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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL III VOL XXtfV STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 10 1907N81 I JOHN G AND JAMES E LYNN By one who know them In a recent l sue of tho INTEIUO JOURNAL brief mention was made or l the deaths of John Green Lynn uml James Elisha Lynn Tho lineage tho lives tho habits the mental and mora qualities of these twin brothorseac one a type of tho best citizenship or Kentucky deserve more than a passlni notice They camo of a lino of Scotch ancestry which immigrated to Virginia abou fhe middle of tho 18th century nnd shortly after tho defeat of tho Chcvn Her Charles Edward by the Duke of Cumberland the battle of Culloden In the long and Irregular struggle tween the Stuart and Hanoverian lines of which Cul1 den wall the decisive cul mlnatlon tho Lynns stoutly adhered to tho Stuart dynasty and upon its fall sought refuge In the Colony of Virginia whIch of nil tho thirteen had given evidence of tho most active sympath with that Illfated House By a coincidence tho like of which in those days was not an infrequent occurrence they settled In n part or the colony where the Perkins family with whoso descendants tho Lynns were destined to become subsequently allied had located with other Scotch immigrants who still cherished the memory of Mary Queen of Scots The Perkin people although Gaelic In association if not in origin owned somewhat the aturdy temperament fixed habits of Industry and thrift which betoken the true Scot In process of time descendants fron V both families came to Kentucky and located in Lincoln county Hero Craig Lynn a son of John Lynn was born nnd hero he was subsequently mar ned to Sarah Wood Perkins daughter ot Milton Perkins and sister to the elder Dr George Perkins of Somerset n noted physician who was held In un qualified esteem both as a physician and n member of society Craig Lynn was born lived anti died near Maywood lie Is well remembered by the older and middle aged people of this county lie possessed some ol the well known traits of his Scottish Highland ancestry united to the steadier and more conservative meth i ode of tho Lowland Scot Ills thrift t industry and economy were graced by n hospitality and ease of deportment which distinguished him above his fel lows CralgLynn and Sarah Wood Perkins were the father and mother of the twir tons John G and James E Lynn who were bom November 29th 1848tlu former dying Nov 25th 1907 the lat 4tcr Nov 28th 1907 There are many interesting coined donees connected with these brothers in life and in death Being twins It was natural that they should bear to ward each other a marked physical resemblance In fact this likeness wet y El nearly complete that many who kneW them long and well were ordinarily un able to distinguish one fr m tho other They were alike temperamentally Bott had a touch of tho sanguine which ir early manhood gave them quickness of speech and inclined them to hasty action but which In later life was held In check by a nurtured resolve to tak n sober second thought Doth had ex 1ceptionally lucid minds They reasoned methodically and reach ed definite conclusions Both were prac Itical men In tho best sense of the used term they were level headed Both had a fine order of personal courage restrained in Its natural impulse by social and moral sentiments I Both possessed executive capacity and neither was ever handicapped by sloth fulness in any business adventure Both had much adhesiveness of friendship and neither was over known to be un faithful to a friend or unmindful of his obligations to a neighbor- In the vigor of their manhood they- t keenly enjoyed the delights and elevat t ing pleasures of life Grossness in taste speech or habit was alien to their blood and breeding Hospitable at home unconventional among their associates courteous to a stranger agreeable In conversation refine Iin language and easy of manner always welcome andtheir company was their companionship often sought The excellence of their lives consist el in their moral deportment as the excellence of their characters consisted Ii their adherence to correct principles They carried this love of honor into bus- Iness engagements and pursuits They know nothing practically of tho nigh cuts the sharp practices to gain a point or to make an advantageous bargain They followed the direct line l pointed out by experience and good judgment and their business success the wisdom of their choice jJavouched charitable without ostentation benevolent without boasting r Christians without cant The love of one for the other was something more than fraternal There ever seemed to bo such affinity be tween them that the same thought emotion or sentiment which occurred tt or affected one made Itself felt or known to tho other Each was married the head of his own household and cadl lived on his own farm Yet they visit ed each other on altu mate days unless illness or other efficient cause pro vent ed For many years they had alternat ed with each other In giving Thanksgiv Ing dinners Their birthday occurring on the 29th of November it sometime happened that Thanksgiving day WIIS the anniversary of their natal day Each one had long had a co nvlctio that their deaths would bo practical contemporaneous This could not hay beenH there superstition Metaphysics may carry the doctrine of telepathy to an extreme but human experience will stand no denial that us matter at tracts matter so may that unknowi and unknowable essence we call indif ferently mind and spirit have such at traction for Its kindred essence that the cause which affects one may effect the other This much being conceded why may it not be true that the cessation ot vitalenergies of one shall bo the death of the other Whether true or not true in this Instance tho forcast was correct And when John and James Lynn died Lincoln county lost two exemplary citi zens More of good and less of evil can be ascribed to them than to the majority of men This community was better for having them It suitors by their death It was not lightly written A good name shall be preferred to great riches MATRIMONIAL Gov M It Patterson and Miss Mary Russell Gardner were married Satur day at Union City TeRn Miss Minnie Elliott daughter of the late Dr Milton Elliott of North Mid dletown was married Nov 26 to Dr Robert Dunbar Steele of Bozeman MontanaMiss Roberts Curran and Mr Robert A Adams of Ashland are to be married Dec 18th at that place Miss Curran has frequently visited Misses Kato and horn Ience and Is a nieco of Mr John P Jones formerly of this place but now of Mt Sterling John A Steele recently paroled from an insane asylum shot three labor leaders in the anteroom of Gov Guilds office at Boston fatally wpundlng Ed ward Cohen president of the Massa chusetts branch of tho American Federation of Labor Steele had attempted to enter Gov Guilds office but finding the door closed turned and suddenly drawing his revolver opened fire on the three men who were awaiting an audience with tho governor- It comes as a surprise to the friends of Rev John L Lewis that ho is to leave the ranks of bachelordom and take unto himself a wife on Dec 25th Miss Florence Knox of Shawnee 0 is the young lady who won Mr Lewis heart when he was her pastor last year Miss Knox will be a helpmeet In every sense of the word as she is an excel lent Christian young woman Mr Lew is who is a son of Dr T M Lewis of this place was educated at Kimberlin Heights Tenn Christian University Mo and Bethany W Va and now has a chair in C College of Kinston N C and ministers to the church at New Berne N C When to Go Homo From tho UlutTtun Ind tanner When tired out go homo When you want consolation go home When you want fun go homo When you want to show others that you have reformed go home and let your family get acquainted with tho fact When you want to show yourself at your best go home and do the act there When yoiyfeol like being extra liberal go homo and practice on your wife and children first When you want to shine with extra brilliancy go home and light up tho whole household To which we would add when you have a bad cold go homo and tako Chamberlains Cough Remedy and a quick euro Is certain For sale by all druggists In Paris dogs are treated as well as human beings are They wear automobile togs when they go motoring they have a hospital and they oven have n goodsized cemetery with monuments and headstones Inscriptions and mortuary wreaths A Home Made Happy by Cham 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 We had two doctors but no relief was obtained Everybody thought she would die I wont to eight UitTerunt stores to find- a certain remedy which had been recommended to mo and failed to get It when ono of the storekeepers Insisted that I try Chamberlains Cough Remedy I did so and our baby is alive and woll today Geo W Spence Holly Springs N C For sale by all druggists NEWS NOTES The jury to hear the case against George Pettibono is complete and the trial is in progress ot Boise la Police Officer Manicr was shot and killed by a Negro who was resisting arrest In Atlanta The Negro was cap turcdHenry D Combs and Wm Brannon both lawyers engaged in a fight at Frenchburg and Combs cut Brannon throatTwo men both prominent were rundown and killed by a freight train In tho yards of the Monon railroad at Mitchell Ind The Eaut Cambridge Mass machine shops and roundhouse of the Boston and Maine railroad were burned The loss is 500000 Rico Hall at Washburn College To peka Kan was destroyed by fire volving a loss of 100000 All of the students escaped safely Henry Love a tramp tried to bun his way out of tho Paducah jail by set ting the bed clothes on fire Ho was almost suffocated when rescued The trial of John II Hageman pres- Ident of the Metropolitan Life Insur ance Company on tho charge of per jury has been set for December 16 Harry and William Fink brothers died of typhoid fever in Louisville within seven minutes of eachother They were 21 and 23 years old respectively The jury in the case of Dr T M Hoskins George Sanders dnd James Cross charged with scrapingj tobacco plant beds at Clarksvllle Tenn re turned a verdict of not guilty William Gray was shot and killed by his slsterin law as ho was trying to enter her house in Pendleton county near Falmouth in search of his broth er against whom he had a grudge Gov Beckhum fixed January 3 as the late for the legal execution of Clarence Sturgeon convicted in Louisville for killing three men Sturgeons life had been saved temporarily by an injunction preventing the sheriff from hanging him The Court of Appeals decided that tho fiscal court of Jefferson county did not have the power to make an appropriation to the Citizens Committee for tho purpose of bringing tho Democratic National Convention to Louisville and reversed the decision of Judge Shackle ford Miller Gov Beckham pardoned George Eaton sent to the penitentiary from Whitley county for 10 years on a charge of criminal assault but Eaton will remain in the penitentiary where he has been a clerk for several weeks helping to get out the report for the General Assembly The Bank of Stotesbury Mo a pri vate bank having only 22500 deposits has failed Its funds were on deposit with the defunct National flank of Com merce of Kansas City One other Mis sours bank and one at Abrinm Kan also went into liquidation as the result of the Kansas City bank failure Mrs Bloodgood the actress com mitted suicide by shooting herself in her room at tho Hotel Stafford in Balti more Mrs Bloodgoods body was found lying on the bed with a bullet hole through tho roof of her mouth Nearby lay a book entitled How to Shoot Straight and a 3Scaliber revol ver with three chambers empty The National Bank of Commerce of Kansas City Mo v ono of the largest in tho West with deposits of about 17 000000 closed its doors and was taken in charge by a national bank examiner upon an order of the Controller of the Currency Later three small banks in which tho Bank of Commerce was interested tho Stockyards Bank of Commerce the Unionavenue Bank of Commerce and ono in Argentinealso closed The finest Coffee Substitute over node has recently been produced by 3r Shoop of Racine Wls Youdont have to boll It 20 or 30 minutes Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee Is really the closest Colfeo Imitation over yet produced Sot a grain of real Coffee in It either Health ColTeo Imitation is made from mre toasted cereals or grain with null nuts etc Really It would fool an export were he to unknowingly drink It for Coffee Sold at Pennys Drug- Store r The California State Bank Commissioner has recommended to tho Attorney General that a receiver be appointed for the California Safe Deposit and Trust Company of San Francisco vhich closed its doors a few weeks ago Notice To Our Customers We aro pleased to announce that ioleys Honey and Tar for coughs olds and lung trouble Is not affected by tho National Pure Food and Drug aw as It contains no opiates or other armful drugs and we recommend It as a safe remedy for children and adults G L Penny HUSTONVILLE- A delegation of 12 or 14 from here attended the inaugural ceremonies at FrankfortRev M Burk will preach at the Union church at Moreland the 5th Sun day in this month James Yowell sold to J C Johnston 76 1300pound cattle Saturday at 4c also 49 hogs at 41c The session of our rink on next Sat urday evening Dec 14th will be a most attractive affair A full masked car nival with many unique comical and historical characters Dont niss it The ladies of the Presbyterian church at Hustonville will hold their annua bazaar at the Emporium Flat on Satur day next 14th Buy your Christmas gifts from thorn They will serve an elegant luncheon from high noon unti llr M Oysters in any style and everything to satisfy the inner man in cluding all kinds of ices etc A rare musical recital under the direction of Prof Aelion of New York will be rendered as follows 1 Oberon Over tureWeber Aelion 2 GrandJPolon also Weber Aelion 3 SongSolo Miss M Evans 4 Carman Fantasla Leyback Aelion 5 Poet and Peasant Overture Suppc Aelion 6 3eNoc turne Op 25 Leyback Aelion 7 Selection Hustonvillo Quartette 8 ConcertOp In A MinorGreig Ae lion 9 Recitationby RequestMiss M Evans 10 ConcertoOp llE Mi norChopin Aelion 11 Tannhauser FantasiaOp 61 No 3RaffAellon 12 Selection Hustonvillo Quartette 13 Selection and Variations Aclion14 Old RagMississippi BubbleAelion 15 Rigoletto Paraphrased Liszt Ae lion 16 ConcertoOp 21 in F Minor ChopinAelion 17 SongMiss Katherine Blain Hall Dont miss the mos querade A special affair at the rink Let everybody come and enjoy this musical Free The public is cordially Invited to be a guest socially of the ladies of the Presbyterian church CHURCH MATTERS Rev W T May of Bradfordsvillc will preach at Logans Creek church Saturday night Sunday morning and night There will bo a called meeting of the adies aid society of the Christjan Lurch tonight Tuesday after and the officers and teachers of the Sunday School are requested to attend Rev Clyde Darsie of Ohio will preach at tho Christian church tonight end Wednesday night Rev A B Reese of Paris Tenn will preach there Sunday morning and evening text I Bishop Moule of MidChina brother if the Bishop of Durham has been in charge to 100000000 souls for over 25 years No fewer than 14 of his family are active workers in the mission field J H Hopper has just closed a 10 days meeting at Burnside By his earnest preaching and consecrated personal work the church was greatly itrengthened and built up Two elders Ur James Meredith and Mr C E Johnson were elected and one deacon 3r A M Laird Uncle Joes preach- Ing was characterized by his simple presentation of gospel truth and his intense longing for the salvation of souls Although 78 years old ho works with the eamo vigor and zeal that he has exercised for so many years in the work of tho Gospel There were three additions to the membership at Burn side A FRIEND When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these organs always fall Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get prescription known to Druggists iverywhere as Dr Shoops Restora the The Restorative Is prepared ex ressly for these weak Inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative ablets or liquidand see bow quickly telp will como Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Vis Your health Is surely worth this simple test Sold by Pennys Drug Store Active measures are being taken at Richmond to provide good board and lodging at satisfactory rates for all young men and women may enter the Eastern State Normal this winter All students may go to this School with tho assurance that they will find suit tble accommodations at reasonable ates The attendance from January 21 on will be very large but will be veil taken care of Millions of bottles of Foleys loney and Tar have been sold without any person ever having experienced auy other than beneficial re ults from Its use for coughs colds and lung troubles This Is because lie genuine Foleys Honey and Tara the yellow package contains no opiates or other harmful drugs luard your health by refusing any but the genuine G L Penny W H MuellerSTA- NFORD I KY Shoes and Rubber Goods Our stock is complete Now is the time to get your Footwear We have nil kinds of tho best brands High Top Shoes 250 to 8400 We have the best brands in Rubber goods Come anti see our stock of Shoes and Rubber Footwear before you buy elsewhere and get prices SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies und Gents Furnishings Etc d j sTdt Z X12 attUJjiillt Our Christmas Goods =rnaaHI j r1i Ii1UIIiMb are HAIl in =Come J 1frP and See IUs ar V etaaa W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Varnishes School Supplies BestIFoor Fiuishis RENULAC W B McRoberts DRUGGIS1 STANFORD III 11 PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescription compounded The Interior Journal I C WALTON = JOHN J MOSER JTa candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to tbe action of the Democrat party M BRUCE Is a candidate for Jnller of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democrat party JAMES Co HAYS subjecttoathe action of of ttocDemocrat party D C ALLEN It acandidaloforAsscorof Lincoln cool ly subject to the action of the Democrat partyDemocratic Ticket For United States Senator J C W BECKHAM AN armed and masked body of me captured Hopkinsville Friday morning about 2 oclock and after severing connection with the outside world and holding the police and firemen captives set fire to three tobacco one belonging to the trust one independent and a third containing Association tobacco All three were destroyed The invaders brutally bee- a buyer for the trust and shot and perhaps fatally wounded a brakeman on the Louisville Nashville railroad who was trying to save a burning car A posse followed the raiders andfought a running battle with them Actingon an appeal from the officials of the city Gov Beckham ordered a company of State militia to the scene Two of the raiders may have been wounded one by a citizen of Hopkinsvillo who fired into the crowd and the other in th battle with the posse This dastardly work is the culmination of the tobac co troubles that have been brewing in Southwestern Kentucky for months Gov Beckham is to be congratulated for his promptness in sending troops to put a stop to such fearful outlawry DR ToRREYthb evangelist has jus closed a revival campaign in ChlcagIi covering a period of eight is reported that in that time he made 3000 converts It was the power of his eloquence that moved his hear ers to repentance but it was the power of advertising in the first place that drew them to the meetings 11000 was spent in giving publicity to his campaign principally through the newspapers and the contributors to the fund are said to be well satisfied with the returns The Torrey meetings in Chicago were a notable instance of the successful application of business methods to religion THE press boys had better say as lit tie about Editor Watterson as possible these Winter days He has on his war ptint and will smite hip and thigh the fellow who dares comment on his efforts to defeat Nominee Beckham for the U S Senate We thought th erstwhile mfl4 mannered old gentleman almost incapable of such vituperation is he has recently indulged in It is a case of dying hard Mr Watterson sees his inability to stem the tide to Gov Beckham and is mad at the world atlarge because he can not calla halt TUB most horrible news of the year comes from Monongah W Va where fully 500 miners perished in a mine the result of an explosion and cavein Probably 150 of the dead have been recovered but it may take all the week to find the rest of the unfortunates AI single order for 300 coffins was sentI from Monongah to bury the deadIGov HUGHES of New YorkJsays he will not stand for renomination and that if he continues in public life itI would be because the republicans elect ed him president of the U S He will be rut of the limelight for four yearsI at least for Roosevelt or some demoI crat will occupy the White House for the next term certain TUB bank failure at Kansas City may cost that city the Republican National Convention as many of the committee men expressed themselves as against meeting in a city where such a finan cial reverse had ocurred Chicagos representatives have renewed their ef forts and hope to land the convention SEEMS to us the papers are wasting a lot of time and space in telling their readers to do their Christmas shopping early In this land of the free and the home of the brave peo pIe have a right to shop early or lato as they choose and it is a certainty that they will use that prerogative FOR the steenth time Justice lIar Ian has written from Washington to Govelect Willson that he will not be able to attend his inauguration today We can hardly see how the inaugural exercises will be able to proceed with out the big republican IN the primary Senator McCreary carried 59 Legislative and Senatorial districts while Gov Beckham carried 79 says the CourierJournal And still that bolting sheet says Gov Beckham is not the nominee for Senator POLITICALI ot the Senate dropped dead while enter ing the Capitol The Oklahoma Senate passed the Jim governortoGov Hoko Smith of Georgia ha been invited to aid the Chicago Law and Order Leagues crusade agaInst Sunday saloons The President sent to the Senate the nomination of Maurice L Galvin to be Collector of Internal Revenue for the Sixth district of Kentucky 0But four men over filled the office o Governor of Kentncky twice They were Isaac Shelby JamesGarrard Beckhamoe appointed Assistant State Treasure under Edwin Farley H P Nunn hav ing declined the place on account of private business Judge A S Berry D Linn Gooch and Dr 0 P Hogan of tho sixth dis trict will be candidate a for the demon craticTiomination for Congress to sue ceed lien James Rhinock The Republican National Committee at its meeting in Washington Saturday decided to hold its National conventions in Chicago June 16th Kansas City made a big bid for the convention Harry S New of Indiana was elect ed chairman of the Republican National- t Committee to fill out the unexpired term of George B Cortelyou who re signed when he entered the Cabinet Speaker Cannon in addressing a committee from the plate engravers union paid a tribute to organized laborI but declared himself opposed to one man political leadership and said he did not believe union men would ever accept a dictatorship over their votes An annual tax of 1 on every barrel of beer brewed in the United States fare the creation of a permanent investment fund of 50000000 yearly for tho de velopment of the countrys waterways is the proposal carried in effect in a joint resolution introduced in the House by Mr Acheson of Pennsylvania IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES inotAt Middlesboro Ed Williams shot and killed James Burdell Both men were drinking Miss Clara Mariman a popular young woman of the Rose Hill section of Mercer is dead of pneumonia Mrs Lee Coffey who was Mrs Belle Hiatt is dead in the bit Vernon section of Rockcastle She was a splendid woman After an altercation over a trivial matter Menifee McQuerry of Garrard drew a knife and stabbed his former friend Clinton Ross probably fatally An attempt was made to blow up the jail at Williamsburg Friday night and three men have been arrested on the charge The deputy jailer was thrown down but no one was injured R M Arnold the carriage maker has just completed a buggy for Rev Beard of Woodlawn Ky that is thee largest buggy ever turned out by his concern It is 28 inches wide 53 inches long and has one inch wheels and every thing Is large in proportion Advocate Dr Ross CundifT bought the Colum bia street residence of Dr Bolin for 3000 Dr Bolin will leave soon for his farm near Hustonville much to the regret of many friends here W C Bailey was shot most probably fatally at Paint Rock by Tom StrunkSom erset Journal A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanzafarms wide ranges and strange natural formations Is a veritable wonderland At Mound City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occurred Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery the great medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung trouble by Pennys Drug Store 60c and 91 Trial bottle free Wharton Golden went on the stand in the Powers trial at Georgetown Satur day and told of the plot to murder Goe bel He told all the details of the gathering of the mountain army its movements in Frankfort and talks with Powers in which the defendant said Goebel must be killed as the only way the contest would be settled Golden was the principal witness and his tes tlmony was over stronger than it has been at the previous trials of the noted case Heres Good Advice O S Woolover one of the best known merchants of Lo Haysville N YI says If you are ever troubled with piles apply Bucklens Arnica Salvo It cured me of them for good 20 years ago Cures every sore wound burn or abrasion 25c at Pen Inys Drug Store One workman was instantly killed injuredbyat one of the furnaces of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company at Pueblo y 50 Years An Agency5 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Hates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented WearenlrThe Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY PUBLIC SALE I I will offer for sale at my residence two plklred TllVllHWAY DKCMt Two fresh milk extra mart mules will wolRh IJU wuutlsl tenor 1I1tIIoIlIHie other four all good ones n jail kinds of funning tools consisting o takes plows cultivator wlllfI harrows amid In fu t tools nlN11 farm t vagou harness Ac Two extra horseIfamily horses und good combined IIn oilier n llIrhr nnd elill ho by any child wife In foal will weigh pounds good buggies and other things too tedious to mention Also lone oldtime UrnndKdunre 1iuno- TKKMH All things bringing over 110 good note with approved security with n per coot Interest from tiny of sal Hnle will begin promptly at 10 u O J BO1ION HustonTllle Kv Reporter time Condition of The National Bank of Hustonville at Huitonvlllc In the Htnto of Kentucky ntI the ulost of bulnou1ec3 3IlJjIItnOUacEa Loan and Discounts JlllvWty Ihnlmfhswcurtll and 1I1 Curet 1115 U Bonds to secure circulation laUOU Banking housefurnlturoand fix tllnlSw yu oo hue trout National Hanks not rw- tervu agents tJMl Due front state Thinks A Hankni sss S9 Due froiunpprowdreMirvengonts S3J18 Checks nnd other cash Items IJsI- Noteofother in National Hanks 6000 W Fractional ptiper currency nick elnntl cents 1W Lawful Money llwserve In Hank viz Hpeclo SlMlOOt ll440dO- Legaltender notes Re urarApercentofetreuhttlon ftB W 1liwl LIAIIIMTIH Capital Htock paid in JW0 C- OHurplus fund 15iw W Undivided profits leas expone nnd trio jinld 3121 9 Notional Hank notes outstanding Itjtm W Due to other National Hanks 9 Individual deposits subject check 1IIIiS61111 Reserved for taxIIII IJUI kl til MSI 1- 1Htateof Kentiioy County of Lincoln ss I J W Hooker OiinhlwroftlieiilNjwniiinwl bank do Milemnly swear that time above statement Is trio to the Isolt of my knowl edge and belief J W HOGKKK Cashier Hubsorlbed and worn to before me this 11th day of 11c1I7 J NVMlosklns N My commission expires at end of next s lon of mate Henatu of Kentucky Correct Attest Rtw nnl Alcorn T J Robinson and J W lowell Director Report of the Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK lUHtnnford Rln the Htate of Kentucky at tilt close of business Dec SrdlUiT HHSOUHOHS Loans and Discounts I 2 w4M OverdniftsMHiuridnndiiniMMiiml IUIM U u hued to secure circulation syu lu Hanking house furniture nnd fix tures Sl Due from National Himks not servv agents IJHI VI Due from Htuto Jt Hankers I4 3i Duefromupprovedreserveapents IlkN in Notes of other 410 0- 1Yrnltlonnlllloercurn8nlt1kels nnd cents Nit Lawful Money Reserve In Hank vlx Hpecle HHillI paltender notes tSn lit Itjni lied tmptlonfund with 8 Tns urar5xrctof circulation SfO B73IS1 at MAIIIIIT1K Capital Htock pall In WJn Hur lUfund mitIUft Undivided profits lOll expenses and taxes 3tSI 41 National Hank notesoutstandlng gnrliI Due to other Nat Hanks lttP III Individual dejiwsltuhJect fflP Itl Notes and Hills RidUcounted 1rAmu Reserved for taxes lf3 SrIIltj 34 Htnteof Kentucky County of Lincoln III 111 M Bright Cashier of the nliovenamiMl lank do solemnly swear that the ahoy statemunt Is true to the host of my know edge nnd Iwllof W M HBIOHTCashler- Hubscrllied and sworn to iMforo me th- eoutdnyofDec10l J JMcRobrrtsN1 Correct Attest Hhnllkl J now ley W If Trnylor Directors ltollOr of Mio Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK- at Htll ford In the Htato of Kentucky nt the close of business Dec S Ix nnsnnd Discounts IIS9il Ovvrdraftssecuredand unsecured 10710 U H Hands to secure circulation KjfO Premiums on U H bonds 1510 f- tUondssecurllleeta IJ C- OHanking house furniture and fix tures 611 SI Other real estate owned aa Due front National Banks not re serve agents Ii3d87 Due from Htato Hank A flanker 465 Duofroninpprovedreserveagenta a9u121 Checks and other cash Items at Notes of other National Hanks 2879 fractional paper currency nick ellInl1 cents Lawful Money Reserve In Hank vex Hpecle IIIV U- JLegaltender notes 77W 00 2020 lledemptlon fund with UK Tree urer lS per cent of circulation 2ta 00 IJIU7 to MAIIIMTIKH Capital Htock pall In JVM O in Hurplus fund 16000 Jndlvldeil prone lose expenses and taxes paid lfififl 00 National Haiilc notes outstanding fcl oa hue to other National HanksH l 73 Duo to Htatu Hanks and Hankers 3101 0- 7tndlvldual dei o4tts subject check 15071081 Demand certtllcates of deposit 6710 Notea anti Bills ite dlscountedX071 tillls payable Including certlfl eaten of deposits for money borrowed tfiO 00 2711 Htato of Kentucky County of Lincoln siJohn I McKolKTU Cashier of the iiliovn nimed bank do solemnly swear that the itiovt statemunt Is truo to the best of my Enowlcdgonnd ballet JOHN J MclloiiKHTs Cashier Hnbscrlbe t and sworn to before inn this dth tiny of Dec 1007 W M Hrlght NI Correct Attest JHHocker 8 II DnughI man M D Klmoru Directors INSURANCE Fire Lightning WIndHtorin Lila and tteldent None but the 8TUONOKHT and 1EHT Companies Represented Lowest Ioi ilble Rates Guaranteed Lou Iaylng Heo ird Unequalled Talk with UAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8t Nochargoforexotnmatlonoreteutlllra4lb tjiicrlptlotiKlistes ground to under set in nn style frame or skeleton mountings work and miiterliil guaranteed rnllifuctorv in ItIltoUllIelRy THE MIDWINTER TERM IWhlcb l the twit tt rmarcu Jun 21 Io you wnnt tolx n worklnR unit in tin llrvit ino t ninbltlnus fiiluiilnstl rand ndtu1uethUsn see your County Hu now ntx utni aplwtnuueut to fnN tuition If you liuvt not already done so and writ to the 1rpililont of tin K K H N fur n rntnlou tclllim him wtmt stuillus you tie sire Aildrtss It So ItOAUK lllchnioml Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A one blue grass fnrm for sale situated on Went Iolnt L nvell nnd six miles south of l4 iicn tcr contnlnliiK 4 acres well located In nolKlilHirucxxj being port of the John wnlkrr trnot with u handsome new to tory sovenrooni reslilvno thereon recently completed with nil out a goal new horn WiOrx Well watered six never falllnK springs and lercek- running through Tunl cash In hnml bnlnnceonv nml tw ayannfrumdayof ale lxnring six per cent Interest pleaseIfnrm nt Point Unvell or W O Vnlkvr Ktnnford Ky IsnU lle I K and W O Wnlker 1olnl Lrm ell Ky DEAD GAME It you will brine youruunsnml Hcvolvers to me and let ire put tIm In ant clxau condition I hire had Ai ytttn Hjperleiwe In that business put new Imiidliw on Razor Blados Ferrets on Watkins Canes and Ro pair Umbrellas Maks a specialty of rutlR nil kinds of kY to nil ktrwl rat lock nil klnda 118trtn lilcyclM nnd keep In MotIs All kinds ofNCy ole repairs Ulve tne n trial anti you will lx sntlslleil tllIYo MAY IMNTblrdHt iHinvllliKv IRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embnlmers KYNAlto Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Huge fitting Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper a E T Beazlcy has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE D PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange lie TITLE CO 7Nolroacres on the Wnynestmrv pIke near Hlrlilnnd5room house burn nnil oth er outbuildings nice This proper ty Ix Went cburc and RChoolhou II well worth the price JUl No tIWncrosX miles South of Crab Or chard on till has twoitory house good linrn orchard anti U well watered about 100 acres of this land Is bottom land and produces crops A bargain III pu03 cash balnnoe In one and two years No3liS acres on lluck Oreelc near Way ntburg room bouso bllrn ant pricenftiullUlnns plenty of water Cash U0No4IUSaerel near lcel keen Rock castle county Ky Tints Como lies n now i story frnniK IIOU would cost to build now 110 good Uirn crib Ao located near church and school This Is n nice home mid can drought for 10 per acre 4 cash re matador In months NoIIIKI acres adjoining the nhove farms 100 acres in CIIItIlIt onlIwelllllll oBrooms good other outbuilding ioncoun chard One of the best springs in ty Price sJIAI halt iyears NoOSMI acres adjoining tarsus No nnd 5 IM acres cultivation balance in tlm her Good whlto oak hickory and souse line cedar Has 2story log mute und good orch urd well wintered Onib price No 7 MOacres near Mnretshurg RlriJacres In cultivation good dwulllng house barn mind necessary outbuildings line winter nnd school church and It It station Price pifiJ K cash balance In one and two years No SIt acres near Conway Ky nearly all of this farm Is bottom land fine for corn and meadow trolling hnusejnew barn mind other buildings on county road 6 miles from Baron College Cash price aaNoPsOncre on Drakes Greek 3 miles from Crab Orchard This fnrm adjoins the PIke and Is u part of tbe Oeo Evans farm This Is line land and l condition nil necessary buildings Ted Is a bargain at tea per acre No IG71 aerie near Htanford Ky In nice shape with necessary lIullllhlgseto can be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the above farms see or write H Hughes or James I White Htanford Ky rF- HEAVY FOOTWEAR fIll SOLD BY H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY fJ tiff k l Tho porwii who DBSEKVES TIm 1H2ST is tho ono who lAbfltSif tht i1 laborer who IB oxpoeed to the WET nnd COLD must line the licit Ibot wear possible Wo believe beyond question that n quarter oi a tonturyg experience gives us tho right to fay WJ5 KNOW A SHOlv wo know a i good one and WK BUY TIIK VERY BEST Honest Miko you nil know him Wo have thorn In Boob at 8100 High Top Shooa nt 8400 and 8800 rogular Top Shoci 8260 Yon ask why nro they bettor 1w ply beofuiso they nro mimic of loather tanned tIlt OLD IASUfQNllI J COLD LIQUOR my nnd they ore the ONLY Shoes sold hero twioy ofr byIfnino evory n and n little neater looking than tile tike We carry thom In be3 g if 5 10 to 6i Price 82 S26alll 860nooonling to sho Bays IHgJi Iftjp Shoos n good ono at 8360 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 Cakei 25 Cents the Box PENNYS DRUG STOREi Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGE When you think of ALDRIDGE think of Roofing IIt- sitThe best ROOF PAINT furnished 1 and put oni fe 0 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat I Try It Only 25 Cents r 1 STANFORD DRUG CO SILKSY- ou cats fiwn n nice Silk Waist very cheap 6fo per yard for 81 Silks a yards nmkcB a wnjst UNDERWEAR Our Underwear Counter tae some good things on it Chit lrpna Vests md Pants 7c each Childrens Union Suits lOc Ladies VciUaftd Panto lie ABOUT TWO WEEKS Until Christmas when this title ends Dont will until the last weak Conic nor SEVERANCE SON STANFORD 8rANIORD KY lkl III IUU- Iti TUB Contract 5e cigar sold nt Pen Try ItIlIoloe1lionIt PERSoii LSIMiss FRANC 8 DItACK1T has typhold fever FKASK SPOONAMOHE is at home fron Kansas City Kansas bit T S STAttUNO was in Loutsvll on business last week Miss MAMIE PIIELPS of Fayctte Is with MkIt C Hockcr Miss LOUISE COOK of Danville is with Mrs W S Denham Miss PANSY JOHNSON of Louisville n with the Misses Straub Miss LONNIB GOOD of Groysville Tenn is with Miss Mao Jones Mils W S DBNHAM spent icvora days in Danville with relatives Miis W II SHANKS sjwnt several days with her parents In Madison Mss W E VAHNON Is up from Asheville with her sister Mrs Mattie Kirby MIlS KATK MIDDMJTON of Louisville ii with Mrs Mark llardln at the St Alaph Mn JOHN DOWN R wife and daugh J J ter Mlldrod spent several days In Cin cinnati Mil AND MllS A T TltAYtOR of tho Gilberts Creek section are both quite tick Miss OniBUA LAOKBY of Crab Or chard spent Sunday with Mrs Will Severance MR A II SEVERANCE of CorbIn spent Sunday with his brother Mr Will Severance Miss EVELYN CARWN has gone to Denver Col to spend tho winter with relatives and friends Miss SARA BAUGHMANS homo will bo the meeting place of the Embroidery Club Thursday afternoon at 10- Misatw Sue TAYLOR AND NANNIE WOODS ENGLDMAN went to Frankfort yesterday to visit Mrs S M Saulley bMasED WILKINSON and children and Royalty spent several days with Mr and Mrs John W Moore n Casey DR It L DAVISON Mayor A B Florence and Mr John N Menefee Jr aro in Frankfort to attend the- y4 inauguration J MR S M ALLEN came over from Millcrsburg Saturday for his wife who has been visiting hr parents Mr and Mrs E P Woods Miss DELLA GODREY of Moreland was visiting her brother Mr Q C God bey Born to the wife of A P Young a daughter Liberty News Mn WILL IIAYS who sold his home on West Main street to Dr and Mrs Clifton Fowler has rented the residence next to it owned by Miss Dora Straub CONGRESSMAN HARVEY HELM Is head quartered at tho Congressional Hotel near the Capitol lion W P Kim ball who represents the Seventh dis trict in Congress is also a guest of that DYE of Lincoln county is em ployed in the jewelry establishment of W R Gooch W R Dedman and family and Mrs Howard Garner aro visiting relatives at McKinney Somer t JournalMR MRS CLARENCE E TATS ale visiting his sister Mrs C H Paine in Boston Master William Tato and Miss Frances Tato are stay ingwlth Mr and Mrs T A Rice dur ing their absence IT is with much regret wo note tho determination of Judge J C Hemphill of Lancaster to make a change of res Idenco and move to Louisville Ha has a fine position there and as quickly as ho can dispose of his business interests he will move to the Falls City VERY delightful visitors to Washing ton this week aro Mr and Mrs Hor ace Brown of New Albany and Louisville whoso homo this Winter is at The Seelbach Mrs Brown was Miss Helm of Lincoln county a sister of lIon- Harvey Helm of tho Eighth Mr and Mrs Brown stopped hero en routo to New York to bo present at the capitol when Mr Helm took his oath of once on Monday They wero among the no table spectators In the gallery on open A ing day During their sojourn at tho- 7 f New Willard Mr and Mrs Brown have been enjoying many of tho social rec reations of Washington Washington Cor CourierJournal MR FOREST MCCLARY who has typhoid fever was not so well yesterday MRB EIINRBT T CARTER and little son of Evansville Ind are with Mrs Julia Hughes Mn W K SHUQAKB a fine prescrip tioflUt lately of Brodhead is with tin Stanford Drug Co LOCALS = WE are tho Candy Kids at Georgi D Rappers HEATING stoves at cost to make room for Xmas goods Farris BKOWN Leghorn roosters for sale aL each S H Aldridge Stanford A BELL BOY Co4at Waltons Opera House Thursday night next 12th rentIHOUSE and 35 acres of land for M F Lawrence R R 4 Stanford Go to Rowland for firstclass photos at GOc per dozen during holidays Frank Cordier MAMMOTH Bronje turkeys for sale Pure stock Mrs G C Lyon Huston ville Ky WE have opened our Xmas line of candy that tastes 11kemore George D Hopper SILVHRLACB Wyandotte Roosters of pure strain for sale Mrs A J tiles R F D Moroland Ky Du PBNNINCTON found a boys over coat Saturday nnd owner can Jet same by paying for this notice MRS B P MARTIN bought of S R Walls two houses and lots near V Kennedy Cos mill for 2000 A GOOD attraction hotelthe boards at Waltons Opera House Thursday night next 12th A Dell Boy Co comes highly recommended THOSE 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 A FLOCK partridges seen in Mrs Julia Hughes yard in town a few days ago Nimrods had better do their hunting In Stanford for awhile THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at n bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices It E HOUSE of the Gilberts Creek section has bought an interest in G T Ashlocks storo at McKlnnev and the stylo of the firm now is Ashlock House FOR SALE Several cono pulleys small imposing stone lot of second handed type typo cases stands and other printers supplies Write orphono this office MRS SUSAN verycharming- ly entertained the Thursday Afternoon Club at its last meeting Games were indulged in and Mrs George C Givens won the prize Mrs Mary Adams won the consolation prize Delightful re freshments were served MR J L BEAZLEY dtthe firm of J L Beazley Co undertakers has purchased a handsome black team which ho will work to his hearse They aro half brothers and ere both high steppers They are by Mr F Reids great stallion Doraey Golddust MR GROVE C KENNEDY spent sever al days in Frankfort with the hope of teeing Gov Beckham to present to him in person a petition asking tho pardon of his son William Kennedy The governor was very busy however and could not give Mr Kennedy a hearing TilE Detroit dqilics have doubled the price of their papers owing to the con tinued advance of white paper The INTERIOR JOURNAL is paying nearly double as much as it used to for paper but you can still get it at 1 per year in advance Remember money must nc- company orders for it A LARGE number of people attended corgo H Farris opening of Christ mas goods Thursday afternoon and eve Ing and saw tho prettiest display of China etc shown In Stanford for many a day The store was truly a hing of beauty Tho music by the Itanfprd Orchestra was an enjoyable eature Mesdames Mark Hardin Geo H Farris Jesse D Wearen and Miss Mary Mobley assisted Mr Farris and his clerks in displaying the pretty hinge Sale Still Goes On Our SemiAnnual Sale Is in full blast Hundreds of people are finding just what they want in this cleanup of odds and ends Why not you FANCY ARTICLES Suitable for gifts Useful and pretty at small cost and arc always appre elated Look at Our Linens Towels Baskets Pin Cushions Laundry Bags i Hat Pin Holders Fancy Boxes and hundreds of pretty articles not mention ed here u ISTOCK and Poultry food at Single tons FIIESII supply of Heinz products aL Ceo D Hoppers LADIES will be admitted free nt Lhe rink to morrow Wednesday night LOST in WaltonsOpera House a brown kid glove Return to Miss Mar tha Mcncfce KesEnvKD seats are now on sale lor the Bell Boy engagement at Walton Opera House Thursday evening 12th TUB ladles of the Christian church or Crab Orchard will have a bazaar in the new Masonic building there on Satur day week 14th Go and help them AT G J Bohons sale near Huston villa Thursday next 12th I will Bell tour or five nice buggies a new surrey and five horses and five sets of harness J 1 Murphy McKinney Ky Tim Christian Endeavor Society of tho Presbyterian church will give a so clal at the church this Tuesday even lag at 730 The young folks generally and members of other Endeavors are invited Gov BECKHAM appointed former Senator N W Utley of Lyon county as special Judge of the Lincoln Circuit Court to preside while the regular judge W C Dell is holding court elsewhere This Isgood news to tho Stanford bar A LAttGE Eastern Kentucky Coal Mining Company proposes to open a retail coal yard hero at an early date and the promoters say they will mate rially reduce the price of coal This will be good news to the consumers of the black diamond ON account of the ItoCo show at Waltons Opera House Thursday Friday and Saturday nights Dec 12 1314 the rink will be open tomorrow Wednesday night instead of Friday night At this session of the rink ladies will be admitted free- NortcEOwing to tho death of our beloved brother and chaplain Mr W II Smith the oyster supper for Dec 13th has been postponed until Friday night Dec 27th inst There will be work every Friday night in this month All Odd Fellows are cordially invited LynelNobleTUB members of the Married Peoples Club spent Friday evening very de lightfully with Hon and Mrs James N Saunders at their pretty homo on Dan ville Avenue Progressive Nations and other games were enjoyed During the evening an elegant lunch prepared by Benedict of Louisville and Mrs John son of Paris was beautifully served and heartily partaken of by the large number of guests who were fortunate enough to be present Tho home was tastily decorated with holly and other evergreens It was nearing the wee sma hours when the guests reluctantly took their departure itYLAUNDRY DAMA FIREAt 930 Saturday morning the Stanford Laundry caught fire from a portion of the machinery and damages estimated at 1500 to 2000 was done tho machinery and tho building Tho fire company responded with reasonable promptness but it was some time before the hose was attached and the water turn ed on and by this time the firo had got ten under considerable headway The laddies fought like Trojans for a half hour and succeeded in extinguishing the flames The fire came at a most Inopportune time as the laundry was just getting on a paying basis and work was coming in nicely Preparations for re pairing will begin at once and new machinery purchased to take the place of that damaged Tho laundry is owned by a stock company and 1500 Insurance was carried on the machinery etc The building belongs to Dr W B 0 Bannon and Mr W K Warner and they had but 300 insurance Both risks are curried by companies represented by Mr R B Mahony Jack Hiatt machinist for the laundry and who with his family lived up stairs over it had his furniture badly damaged by water md hasty removal It was only by tho hardest of work that Postmaster Flor aces home was kept from burning Ills loss amounts to considerable as most of his furniture was removed and a good deal of it damaged in the hurled handling of it ISEe W II Muellers ad SEE tho Jaction fence at Singletons TilE magistrates are called to meet Thursday Dec 19to finish up the year business TilE Bell Boy Co gives the best show I ever saw writes John Pearl from London ALVAII LUCAS been appointee postmaster at Arabia in the Souther end of this county Miss MAUDE HATFIELDS school Mt Xenia will close Friday with an entertainment that night GET a seatand enjoy a goo show at Waltons Opera House Thurs day night 12th The Dell Boy Co give a most enjoyable entertainment t trash is accumulating on the street Clean up before the new year comes in and throw you trash in the sink hole behind Council man J M Stones house THE old council started to cut down the per cent for collecting city taxes from 10 to five cents but we suppose their nerve failed them at the last moment They did not cut it down any way TimE plants of the Somerset Lumber Manufacturing Co and tho Somerset Milling Co burned Saturday causing a loss of nearly 40000 with only 13 000 insurance The plants were not far apart and the latter caught fire from the former It is not known how the firo originated SUTIIMr W Smith one ol the best citizens of the East End died at his home near Whites mill of typhoid fever and was buried at Crab Orchard Sunday by the Odd Fellows and Masons Rev Hibbs of Williamsburg preached his funeral Mr Smith moved to this county from Whitley and is survived by his wife and six children MR SAM M HELM who is back from a deer hunt in Cumberland county Tenn has our thanks for a piece of venison With Mr Helm were Messrs G T Helm of Danville Thomas Stewart of Lexington and Joseph Shaffer of Cincinnati Three deer wero killed one by our countyman and two by Mr Helm of Danville IN the county court yesterday the wills of Messrs James E Lynn and James Pepples were probated The former leaves onethird of all of his property to his wife and the remainder to his five children His sons Jesse C and John G Lynn are made exec utors without bond Mr Pepples leaves his entire estate to his daughter Miss Mary Ann Pepples and makes Hon P M McRoberts her guardian NOTICE We find that there are ve ry few pieces of the laundry totally do stoyed All laundry in the building during the fire will be promptly relaun dered at a neighboring laundry and delivered to the owners with the least de lay possible All claims for damage and loss of laundry should be mailed to tho secretary Mrs Jennie Ealy for adjustment We expect to resume bus mess in a few weeks In other words just as soon as the building and ma chinery can bo repaired J T Morris President Stanford Laundry Co About Digestion It is not the quantity of food taken but tho amount digested and assimi lated that gives strength and vitality to tbo system Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets Invigorate the stomach and liver and enable them to perform their functions Tho result is a relish for your food Increas ed strength and weight greater en durance and a clear head Price 25 cents Samples free For sale by all druggists LADIES FREE Ladies will bo admitted FREE to- morroW Wednesday night Dont fail to come and enjoy yourself Doors open at 71- 5Stanford Rink Club FURS Greatest fur season in years and to buy at onefourth off in a great bargain CLOAKS They arc going raH nt onefifth ofl the pri- ceSKIRTS r Help youreolfto one of these pretty Skirts You can buynp better nail at uue fiftholthe price South East Corner Main and Depot Streets Xmas Goods New Assortment of Toys Xmas Belts Harps Blocks Roaming Beetles Crayons Whistles Etc Let us be Your Santa Claus TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD 4 KENTUCKY Housef g o SEtn IiToo = n- m11 o- oao 0rn 0 o = t=g = = en c g= fp- o2 O ovM I uI = = tI Is S tI1 OJ a S O A Qnti nO u I- xr R =oc u r S I A 0m 01 4 y cgs t= CDA o The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is on on prices ut the Emporium at Huston ilIeT are price fighters Your Lid Be sure anil get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Wo have selected the cream of the market for you Come and be convinced in this line We undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select irom Prices to suit all We carrya general line Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods iu endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn n pair of Shoes I dont wonder that vou luivo been so disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our Fullnnd 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 beforeIthey are gone Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky I The Interior Journal JWmtitn the PottOffice at Stanford w Heete4eu natter IIU81UID T17BMDAYB AND rRIDA- YAT J00 PER YEAR CASr- rWhen not 10 paid 1100 will be charge L N TIME THBLE No II Mouth 1111 PM No a Uth12X1 p No tl North 43 A Not North S1T P JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney rPEOPBIBTOn i Livery Feed and Solo StaWo Lanoaster Ky NOTICEIneeding a Union Jock and Wire New nndaaHtnntordII tine onothe iIhow you and take your order and will nil the ante on short notice B T LUNSFORD B D CARTER Now Livorv Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORDKENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building Joseph 3244 Vol I Is pure bred and haslteen accepted for reg htry In the first volume of The American Tamworth SwIne Itecord Association Hook under the rule of the association and will be No 3211 above Hire Edward No clam Alexandra NoSiOT Sire of Hire 3fll10 ouilff Bruce No suoo dam of BlreOanadlan Nellie Sxl Hire of dam Kentucky 110120 1TM dour of dam Golden Dnv It Is well known that the Tamworth Hwlne li the hlghet on the market IlIlalre weight IJM at years old sold for KJXM hit dam Alexandra weight 1000 sold forJUtti Ills weight Stt lit il month He cross well with every breed I will stand him at cash JOHN COOK Stanford Ky J l Beuzley COt UndertaKers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J CeMCClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KYp Office Phone 107 tome Phone 33 POSTEP We whose unmet appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or kind of tret on our und will prosecute vi tbltnWiAlex tpple Mra Wnlter Warren JllrllIInttle Whte i Htmttsonllros Tlnsley Hpoonamore lieu P Martin 111 Lawrence lleuben Ourtls JB Hockor J M Pettus Rice Morgan Ohappell FerrllJMnJ K Pulllam It L Pulllam Peter Itnliner Mri Kathurlne Ador Metstr ration AshloyORannon- James N Cash J Nevln Garter O WIlacU Joseph Ballou M Bo IytlelMrs Jne ltalnel n G Carpenter Mrs Rebecca Carpenter W A f rye J Thompson Thomas Kerrlll Jas It Hkldmore IMvId Hurton J It Hunch JUO illolmnlsoti Joseph Krnst Allt Mottle llewv Jlros Fred VonQruengnn H Kdalnef Albert VouOruen gun AT Triiylor Itlburn Qooch N It PUiinnier Fred llnuiiKinu llleliunl pester Owtley Dunn Henry Hfiter Will Hester NuniielleyJW WO Floyd 1 JarvU J W Haughnmn JK Bruce JOHpratt XV O Hooch II Illgney 1UB Underwood JtSon Mrs Mary OOIveiu Joke M darter Martin Alcorn John WmOordler- J ftTr Tlor MDKhnor- uItriN BOoode n B Tate DITU Jufer ItO DurhamW D Itout GoUlb Ollck FARMERS DEPARTMENT A twoyearold Jersey bull for sal WH Rigney Stanford M J Farris bought hero yesterday a bunch of stock yearlings at 315 The State Fair only cleared 422529 although 40000 more people attended lastH as secretary JdW Newman of Versailles was in his stead Lutes g Myers of Hustonvillc will ship to Baltimore today two carloads o f export cattle and a load of butcher cattle to Cincinnati J S Murphy of McKinney bought a car load of 1000 to 1100 pound cattle at 4c and sold them in Cincinnati at 3Jc Figure his gain A black Berkshire sow and two shoat s came to my place Owner can go same by paying for this notice and their keep F M Yowell Huston ville Ky T E J Madden paid 1500 fo Nancy Hanks the erstwhile great trot ting mare now 21 years old They will bring her to their Fayette county farm to spend her declining days The tobacco barn of Clarence Wilson in Trigg county was destroyed by fire It contained 1625 sticks of tobacco and considerable farming machinery The blaze is thought to have been of incen diary origin Prices for tobacco in Western Kentucky have been fixed by the managers- of the Growers Association which was In session at Guthrie It Is understood that the maximum price is 25 for leaf and 11 for lugs- STANFORD COURTThere were only about 50 cattle on the market yesterday and the demand for them was not great A bunch of yearlings sold at 3I15 Butcher stuff was slow at2 to 2Jc Both tho horse and mule markets wereI dull and the day was a poor one forI business of any kind A tickling cough from any cause Is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harmless and sate that Dr Shoop tolls Imothers everywhere to givo it without hesitation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender sterns of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish the curaI tine 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 ex tract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor uses The Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Shops Cough Cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store There are many indications in Chi cago that the money stringency is near its end The banks report that no withdrawal notices are being filed while many previously given are being canceled Deposits again are on the crease Badly Nixed 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- me so my wife advised trying Electric Bitters which are restoring me to per feet health One bottle did me more good than all the five doctors prescribed tI Guaranteed to cure blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by Pen iys Drug Store SOc The United States troops arrived at Goldfield Saturday afternoon There has been no outbreak and the town is quiet The Western Federation has levied a special assessment for the benefit of the striking miners Passed Examination Successfully James Donahue New Britain Conu writes I tried several kidney remo dies and was treated by our best- hysicians for diabetes but did not improve until I took Foloys 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 kid ney and bladder trouble G L Pen ny y It is Christmas weather It is a Christmas crowd on the streets It is Fairyland in the shop windows Hard times are passing away and Christmas times are Louisville Post Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are providing to the people without a pennys costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Heraedy Sold by Pennys Drug Store Oh stranger by pauseISanta Claus iFor any of the ordinary diseases of the skin Chamberlains Salve Is excel lent It not only allays the Itching nail smarting but effects a cure For sale by all druggists How Diphtheria is Contracted One often hears tho doeveloped Into diphtheria when the truth was that the cold had simply left the little ono particularly susceptible to tho wandering diphtheria germ When Chamberlains Cough Ilemody Is given It quickly cures the cold and lessens tho danger of diphtheria oran other germ disease being contracted For sale by all druggists Ill not to then My woes rehearse Whatecr they be They might be worse A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally Is tho stoppage of liver and bowel funct ions To quickly end this condition- t without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings orLife Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed silo factory in every case or money back- r at Pennys Drug Store 25c Mrs Louisa Maria Taft the aged mother of Secretary of War William H Taft is dead at Millbury Mass Orlno Laxatlvo Fruit Syrup tie now Laxative stimulates but docs not Irritate It Is the best Laxative Guaranteed or your money back G L Penny Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn nUll Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on application H P HIUKXMKYEU it SONS Lexington Ky Weak KidneysWe- ak surely point taweak kidney Stomach Nerves The find thitaess noon ntheeomn guideanda medicine specifically to reach these alooeIIwell If your tack ches or U weak U the trine scsldt oritd rkndttronrlf Jon ha IJlDptonu of Brlghta or other dIJtress I or dangerous kId diseasetryDrahoopsRestnnnreamontna ShoopsRestorative 250 REWARD For tnforinnttun that will convict nut one trespassing on my farm hunters take warning I TBVIM Shelby Oily Ky McKINNEY MARILE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors DonliTs In and manufacturer of Ornnltu and Marble Monuments KlratCliist Work WorksMcKhmey HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE IN CRAB ORCHARD pI have for sale two house mid loll on Ground Street Tvrin tilde known on plication CHAH HlTOlIKlt 1olrICrnh Orchard Good Business for Sale 1Jrolrty ami gimrnl stock of mer t wlllllilt once and gtvo furtherIwnformationN II I1OGI- BJDtrksburyy HOTEL FOR RENT I I offer for runt for the year my hotel In Lancaster known as the Miuon or Unlnes louse The building It well located nnd enjoys a good patronage A goad op tortunlty for mini Apply at once SI 118 K J MASON Lancaster Ky GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no one holcuteandsee All goods lold at reduced prices Slennud dllll mlerwcaral o Ituhlwr sfio farms ors at SX one for ae cakes of Ixmox Wolverine soap for 10c S IDcent lion s Linen illurs for lo Mens Hwvatert for llRtronngtGIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Wb readymade clothing when there i so little difference In the price of ready wade suits and s suit made to your measure ftken by an experienced tailor I have n handsome line of Fall and Winter goods an make from a low price business null to the flnentdren null OercoaU Trou in and fancy Vests The company I rep nient II second to none iL 0 Ht1IKY The Tailor Htanford Ky h EXPERIENCEr TRADE MARKS I DCBIONB COPYRIGHTS AC Anranesending a sketch and dealetlon may Prtaln our opinion free ther an Invention Ipruhablpt fommnlal- lonslnctlyronadentW rUnCOOK on Patent patentPatentapttl4 MIl Ubout cbal1llo the Scientific Jlm rICan A h ndiomtlr Illoitralcd Mk1r 1nttl DN relation of anyetenltde Journal Tormi II a ear fnnrmontbs IU Bouball nandaler Co3BtBrosdwNew York hunch nukeV fit Wahlnton 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 EeT PENCE STANFORD KY WantedBlue Grass Farms If you want to sell or 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