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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL0 VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 13 19071 NO 82 I rResolutions of Respect Crab Orchard Lodgo 108 I 0 0 F Whereas our beloved brother and chaplain W H Smith has been rcl moved by death therefore bo It rcsolv cd 1st That In the death of Bro Smith tho lodge has lost ono of Its most use ful and zealous members who by his purity of mind and sincerity of purpose endeared himself to all The commun tty has lost an energetic and loyal citizen the church a powerful and influential member tho family a loving and Indulgent husband and father 2nd That we oxtend to tho bereaved family our tcndorest synpathy- 3rd t That theso resolutions be spread r on the minutes of thin lodge a copy sent to the sorrowing family and nlso published in tho iNTEUion JOURNAL 4th That the usual badgo of mourn ing bo worn for 30 days and tho chap 1lains station bo draped in mourning Jl II L Wells W Jay Edmiston A U Bastin committee Crab Orchard Lodge No C3G F A M Whereas It has pleased Almighty God to call from labor to rest our beloved brother W H Smith Dec 6 1007 therefore be It resolved tat That in the death of Bro Smith this lodge loses a worthy and valuable member and the community a citizen whoso moral character and habits were worthy of commendation and Immita tlon his family a loving husband and lather whoso life and character word nnd deed won him universal love and esteem for ho was regarded by men In nil tho walks of life as an honorable man and by tho church as an aggressive ni well as a progressive Christian 2nd Tho heartfelt sympathy of this lodge be tendered tho bereaved family and that we commend them In this hour of trial and sorrow to tho care and guidance of tho God of tho widow and the Father of the fatherless Srd That a copy be sent to the fam fly one spread on our record book and ono be published in the INTEUion JoUK SAL and Masonic Homo Journal Dr M M Phillips Gus Gleszl Gco D Lyne committee When to Go Homo From the Dloflton Ind Dancer When tired out go home When you want consolation go homo When you want fun go homo When you want to show others that you have reformed go homo and let your family get acquainted with tho fact When you want to show yourself at your lieu go homo nnd do the act there When you feel like being extra liberal RO home and practice on your wife and olilldren first When you want to shine with extra brilliancy go home nnd light up tho whole household tL To whloh we would add when you have n bad cold go homo and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy and a quick euro Is certain For sale by all druggists At tho end of this season America will send at least JfyOOOOOO to Europe us a token of her appreciation of musical art Tho estimate is conservative I and probably too low The two opera companiesthe Metropolitan and Man hattenaro composed chiefly of for signers who will go to Europe next Spring with 1250000 in their pockets The concert singers pianists and violin ists excluding Paderowskl and Kubelik will carry nway another 500000 The royalties paid to foreigners for operas nnd shoot music by Americans in Europe mean 500000 more Tho 6000 000 tribute to musical art too ia quite independent of the hundreds of thou sands of dollars paid by Americans for musical comedies and popular songs of foreign origin A bindHappy by Cham berlains Cough Remedy About two months ago our baby girl had measles which settled on her lungs and at Inst resulted In a severe attack of bronchitis Wo had two doctors but no relief was obtained Everybody thought she would dlo I went to eight different stores to find u certain remedy which had been recommended to me and tailed to get it when ono of tho storekeepers insist ed that I try Chamberlains Cough Remedy I did so and our baby Is alive and well today Geo W I Spence Holly Springs N C For sale by all druggists 0 In Mason county n mob refused to f allow two tenants to deliver 10000 pounds of tobacco they had sold to a buyer for the American Tobacco Com pany nnd Insisted that they sign it over to tho Equity Society Tho men appealed to told protection itie claimed he them they would havo to swear out warrants be fore the court could act o 0 For any of the ordinary diseases of the skin Chamberlains Salvo is excellent It not only allays tho Itching and smarting but effects a cure Fort sale by all druggists BRODHEAD Born to the wife of Dr Gravely n sonMrs Mary Albright sold to Charles Debord a farm of 70 acres Consider ation not known Meeting at tho Methodist church did not begin last Sunday owing to Rev Curtis not arriving in time The meet ing will begin Friday night A carload of turkeys was shipped ti Lancaster and a carload of hogs to Lexington from hero this week The turkeys brought lOc and the hogs lie- N G Carter who has been acting at assistant cashier in the bank hero lert for Friendsvitlo Tenn last Monday night where he has accepted a similar positionIn language of Phil Woods nn old blind tiger Negro of Corbin big mcctln circuit court is in session nt Mt Vernon nnd somo of our boys are feeling shaky Charles Lyons of tho Lyons Lumber Co has bought tho Hucy Johnson tract of timber three miles north of here paying 3600 for it Lyons will place n saw mill there in n short while Uncle Matt Owens who was the oldest person at the Old Folks Day ser vice at Freedom some time ago re quests us to say that ho is 72 years old instead of 68 as stated last week We noticed In a recent issue of the I J that Dr E J Brown and others of Stanford are mentioned as having been visiting in the Hiatt neighborhood and Incidentally shooting birds We presume you meant accidentally R II Hamm ono of our merchants who knows a good thing when he sees it has just had installed In his store room three very fine lights put In by the Eureka Gas Light Co Herman Frith will do likewise in a short time We would like to see a telephone wire along every county road but we are not in favor of having the pretty shade trees along tho roads cut nnd disfigured as some have been recently It Is a small job and not a costly one to Insu late the wire whon it passes through the tops of trees We think tho coun ty should look after this n little Banker M B Salin and wife visited Banker Hutchcson and wife here Sun day Mr and Mrs W K Shugars loft for their new home in Stanford last Sunday We wore loath to give these good oplo up but our loss is Stan fords gain Mr Waterbury who has been clerk In the bank here left for Pine Knott Wednesday night to act as assistant cashier in the bank there Ho mer Wallcn fireman on tho Q C C was visiting here Elbert Wallcn of Oakdale Tenn spent several days with his family here Albert Albright of Lebanon Junction was hero Wed nesday Manly Albright Is visiting A C McClary at Troy Woodford county ARABIA A great deal of sickness in our com munity at present H H Padgett formerly of Kings ville is now located hero and is carrying a nice stock of goods In his new store roomrA G Coffey and family will leave soon for Oklahoma They carry with them tho best wishes of their many friends here everyone feeling the loss of such a good family Cornelius Montgomery the fireman who was smothered in Kings Mountain tunnel is able to bo out again He came very near passing out The en gineer also was In n very serious condi tion when rescued Farmers are very late gathering corn in this section on account of tho scare ity of hands All laboring men in this community are in the service of the railroad company Corn Is selling at 225 and 250 in the field Arthur Martin a signal foreman liv ing near here has small pox at Blanch ett Isis family receives a telegram every day regarding his condition Ros coo Leach who is now an engineer running between Somerset and Oak dale Is at home for a few days Will Lucas and wife of Middlcburg spent a few days with thcirson Alvah Lucas French Marlow Is very ill with grip L D Jones continues ill A Real Wonoerland South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanzaarms wide ranges and strange natural formations is a veritable wonderland At Mound City in tho homo of Mrs K 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 live minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr Kings Now 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 el Trial bottle free About 170 pressmen who were em ployed in job offices in Atlanta went on strike for an elght hour day NEWS NOTES Cullman nnd Walker counties Ala voted for prohibition by large majori ties Tho postoflice at Central City wa dynamited and 1500 in stamps and money stolen Heavy rains are causing much dam ago in the Lehigh Valley coal field In PennsylvaniaWilliam Wilkerunn a Lexington business man died at Deland Fla of Brights disease Andrew Carnegie has added the sun of 2000000 to the 10000000 endow ment fund of the Carnegie Institute Alvah IL Martin Edward T Lamt and W M Geddes have been appointed receivers for the Jamestown Expo sition Company States Attorney John J Hcaly has announced publicly that ho will enforce the laws so as to close every saloon ir Chicago on Sunday The Executive Board of the Western Federation of Miners has called off the longpending strike in the Cripple Creek district of Colorado Seven men were killed and nearly a score injured two probably fatally by the collapse of n bridge at Mifllinvllle Pa due to heavy rains The Census Bureau issued a bulletin showing that the total cotton crop of this years growth ginned up to Decem ber was 8118854 bales Two men who had attempted to rob the postoffice at Wlnlock Wash were chased by a posse surrounded in the woods and shot to death Everything is In a trust except acorns nnd persimmons declared Sena tor JelT Davis of Arkansas in aspeech against trusts in the Senate Oscar Schultz of Chicago a globe trotter arrived at the Hotel Walton InI Philadelphia with 10 trunks nilof which ho said contained clothing tort himselfWilliam A Dechamp a traveling man of Henderson fell In the street at St Louis cutting a gash in his head and died In an ambulance on the way to a hospital Fire Marshal Mott Ayres proposes to establish a movable Court of Inquiry into the Hopkinsville raid as soon as witnesses are convinced there is ample military protection- Navigation on Upper Green river has been suspended 01 a result of the clos ing of the locks at Glenmore Several leaks have been found and it may be necessary to do much work to repair tho damage At Hopkinsvillo William P Winfree a prominent young man shot and prob ably fatally wounded Policeman Charles Hord who had arrested him for intoxi cation and sent him to the lockup in a patrol wagon The Amalgamated Window Glass Workers of America have obtained a 12 per cent increase in their wage scale from the window glass manufactures as n result of a series of con ferences in Cleveland Warning having been given that night riders would raid Mt Sterling an armed guard patrolled the town under command of the jailer the other night Precautions were also taken at Owensboro and Paducah At a meeting of the National Execu tive Committee of the Grand Army of tho Republic in Toledo tho date of the national encampment of the G A R to be held in Toledo next year was set for Aug 31 until Sept 7 Adolphus Busch the millionaire brew er of St Louis is quoted in an inter view at Kansas City as favoring local option and partial Sunday closing He would like to havo the saloons close at midnight Saturday nnd open at 2 r M Sunday Mr Busch says that Okla homas going dry cost him a million Tho Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Undue Wls Youdont have to boll it 20 or 30 minutes Made in n minute says tho doctor Health Collco is really tho closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced Not a grain of real Coffee In it either Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grain with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an export were ho to unknowingly drink It for Coffee Sold at Pennys Drug Store A gigantic tray of solid silver weigh ing more than 10000 ounces has just been made by a firm in London for an Oriental potentate The tray is seven feet in diameter and is said to be the largest ever executed It has been in the hands of the workmen for over a yearNotice To Our Customers Wo are pleased to announce that Foloys 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 as a safe remedy for children and adults G L Penny IMR W K SHUGARS This will intraluce to our readers Mr W K Shngars who has taken the responsible position of pharmacist in the Stanford Drug Cos store Ho is a prescriptionist of much experience having worked in J E Stormes drug store at Lancaster for many years and having conducted drug store at Bred head Bryontsvillo and other points Mr Shugnra is an exceedingly clever gentleman and he and his excellent wife who was Miss Lillian Tanner of McKinney will prove valuable acquisi tions to Stanford IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Edward Conant formerly of Pineville Is dead at Colorado Springs W D Weaver formerly of London is dead at Tulsa Oklahoma Albert Murrell a prominent farmer Adair county is dead aged 65 Miss Lizzie Murrell the aged sister Charles II Murrell of the Adair News is dead at Columbia Jeff Davis a young miner at the Mt Morgan mines in Whitley was fatally injured by falling slate Last Friday night tho stables of the Pittsburg Coal Co were burned Five fine mules were lost in tho fire Dempsey West who killed Esrom Lawson an innocent party while shooting at General Williams an ex convict who was shooting at him as he was trying to make an arrest in Laurel county was pardoned by Gov BeckhamMrs Gover n fine old mother in laurel in her 88th year died at her home at Cedar Grove Monday John Goggin and family go early next week to take poaession of a large bluegrass farm in the Hedgeville and Hubble region of Lincoln county Mr Goggin is ono of our most energetic and pros perous farmers and his many friends in Pulaski give him up with reluctance Somerset Journal Mrs Rachacl Sparks widow of the late James Sparks who was shot and killed Nov 18 in the London courthouse has filed suit in the Laurel circuit court against Robert Boyd Jr tho slayer of her husband for 30000 damages The suit was brought by Attorneys E H Johnson and D K Rawlings who have also been employed by Mrs Sparks to assist in the prosecution of lloyd who is indicted for murder When tho Stomach Heart or Kid nay nerves get weak then these organs always fall Dorit drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a proscription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Sloops Restorative The Restorative Is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquid and see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test Sold by Pennys Drug Store A special from Columbus Ga says The depot of the Central of Georgia railway was burned at Ft Mitchell Ala The loss is about 25000 including freight and other property It was very evident that the building was fired after being robbed as there are indi cations of such action about the charred structure The station is anllimpor tant one and always has a lot of freight of an expensive sort Millions ofbottlesof Foleys Honey and Tar have been sold with out any person over having experienced any other than beneficial results from its use for coughs colds and lung troubles This Is because tho 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 O L Penny Y Tho Department of Agriculture esti mates tho total cotton production for the year 190708 at 5581968000 pounds equivalent to 11698000 bales of 500 pounds each W H MuellerSTANFORD KY Shoes and RubberJ Goods Our stock is complete Now is the time to get your Footwear We have nil kinds of tho best brands High Top Shoes 8250 to 8400 We have the best brands in Rubber goods 1Come and see our stock of Slices and Rubber Footwear before you buy elsewhere nnd get prices SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoos Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc r iNw UI Our Christmas Goods are All in Come and See Us tssa TIw HIGGINS II Stanford Kentucky NJ Books Wall Paper 1FoorinishW B McRobertsSTANFORD J Asti PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded The Interior Journal V c WAITet4 JOHN J MOSER ii a eaadldnte for jailer of LIncoln county inbjcot to tbe nctlon of lilt Uemocrot 0 party- M BRUCE li ft candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count unblect to the ndwn of the JuroocruUc party JAMES C HAYS 2i it candidate for Jailer of ttlOflln county subject to the actMn oft e Uoiuucrutl party D C ALLEN It candidate rot tsnrewrol Ltiioolivcontv ty unbjectto tho action of tbo Dcmcrerntl party Democratic Ticket For United States Senator J C W BKCKHAM Gov DECEIIAo1 is now an ex but he wont bo such long for along about January 10th ho will be elected U fi Senator the CourierJournal and leis other enemies to the contrary notwith standing That he has made a good governor even his enemies are com pelled to admit while his friends and they arot legion rejoice over the good work he has accomplished Well done thou good and faithfulservant Is theI plaudit he is entitled to and we might add with no attempt at sacrilege thou hast been faithful over a few things we willnow give thee a seat in the Sen ate wbere ye will be ruler over many things and many men AUGUSTUS E WlLLSONof Louisville took the oath of office sa governor of Kentucky at Frankfort Tuesday The inauguration ceremonies were simple and were witnessed by a large crowd The new governor made a speech in which he pledged himself to uphold law and order in Kentucky The retiring governor was presented a chest of sliver by the people of Frankfort WE were so rejoiced at the appointment of our brother Mr W P Wal ton as Railroad Commissioner by Gov Beckham that we forgot to make men tion of it He hardly remained in office as long as Pat staid in the army the four days he was in he made presence felt and as the saying goes acquitted himself creditably Gov BECKIIAMS first official act as governor was the issuance of a proclamation to the people telling them of the assassination ofGov Goebel was on Feb t 1900 His last official act was the appointment of II P Morris as justice of the peace of Barren county He did the latter just before going out of office LAST fiscal years production of dis tilled spirits of every sort was 24 602020 gallons in excess of that of the year before and the production- of beer was 3897449 gallons greater than in the previous fiscal year With the water wagon traveling all over the country what will become of all this stuff MR W P WALTON editor of the State Journal at Frankfort while intently watching the republican governor sworn in was robbed of a 200 diamond Mr Walton should have remembered that when mingling in republican gatherings it is best to leave ones valuables at home WE have as much State pride as the next one but we cant think that Louis ville is the place for the next National Democratic Convention since we read the election returns from the Fifth district a few weeks ago- POLITICAL Gov J C S Blackburn has left Panama for New York on a six weeks vacationIt there is no chance for a Rivers and Harbors Bill at the present session of Congress Congressman Kimball has introduced a bill repealing the internal revenue tax of 6 cents on leaf tobacco Robert Latham Owen and Thomas P Gore were formally elected United States Senators by the Oklahoma Leg islature The vote was taken in sepa rate sessions Senator Culberson introduced a bill to prohibit corporations from making con tributlons in connection with elections and to provide for the publication of lawful contributions- In a hard fought election Tuesday Boston went republican by about 2000- r Postmaster George A Hibbard republican defeating Mayor John F Fitz democrat Worcester elected a republican mayor A Washington dispatch says that Louisville has a fair chance to secure the National Democratic Convention The chief adverse argument advanced in Washington is that Louisville has not sufficient hotel capacity to care for the guests Senator Tillman introduced reso lutions directing the Committee on Finance to investigate the recent proceedings of the Secretary of the Treasury in connection with the financial and also to make inquiry con cerning clearinghouse certificates The Delaware Democratic State Com tnittce adopted a resolution Indorsing Judge George Gray of Delaware fo the presidency J N Sharp Commonwealths Attorney of the 28th5udicial district has resigned Hon B J Bethurum Qf Somerset will likoly be appointed to succcecd him- President Roosevelt has issued a statement repeating his declaration made on the night of 1901 election tha he would not again be a candidate or accept another nomination- In an interview in Now York Gov Hokc Smith of Georgia said that the feeling is general among Southern Democrats that the time has com when they must do their own thinkini and not accept the leadership of others A T Siler was elected chairman of the Kentucky Railroad Commission with the understanding that at the end of two years the commission is to be reorganized by the election of Col L P Tarltan the other republican mem ber as chairman Louisville can get the Democratic National Convention if a certified check for 25000 or 30000 Is wired to the committee by noon today It is announced that twothirds of the mem bers favor Louisville If the money is not forthcoming it is believed Denver will get the convention Thursdays CourierJournalSenator B McCrearv in an interview in the Washington papers says he thinks Mr Bryan will carry the Democratic National Convention and will be nominated by acclamation He says Mr Bryan is by far the strongest and most popular man in the party today and that ho will carry Kentucky next Novembnr by 15000 votes- MATRIMONIAL James IL Chasteen and Miss Ida B Phillips were joined heart and hand last weekAt Webster 0 Charles Rankin aged 78 was married to Miss Lucy Smith 19 E F Padgett and Miss Nettie G Padgett were married at Rev Cooks a few days since George C Graddy of Woodford and Miss Katherine Davis of Mercer were married at Harrodsburg Dee Pollard and Miss Lettie Adams and Ledford Slier and Miss Ada Adams yesterIJ S Owsley Mr George B Ellis of this place was married at 730 A M Wednesday to Miss Iris Ratcliffe at Cunningham Kansas Mr Ellis is a son of Squire- John Ellis of this place is a fine young man aid a successful traveling sales man bride is said to be exceedingly pretty and attractive They will visit the homefolks here during the hol idaysWill V Dunn the clever young son of Mr and Mrs A C Dunn and Miss Catherine Redd the pretty and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs C A Redd of Crab Orchard drove to Lancaster Wednesday and were united in marriage The groom is an industrious energetic young man and is liked by all who know him His bride will make a helpmeet fond and true and we congratulate Mr Dunn on winning her Miss Tevis Carpenter was a brides maid in the swell wedding at Bryants ville Wednesday of her cousin Miss Mattie Mae Leavell to Michael Robert Smith of London The church was beautifully massed with Laurel countys holly spruce and running fern The bridal party entered by the strains of Mendelssohn wedding march rendered by Miss Stella Brown of Danville Mr Robert McKee of London The bride entered with her sister Lil lian the maid of honor and met the groom and his best man Mr Geo W Smith at the alter Rev Homer Car penter of Lexington performed the ceremonyMr Lynn B Coffey and Miss Myrtle OBannon drove to Danville yesterday afternoon and were joined in wedlocks holy bonds at the home of Mr Bland Ballard Eld H C Garrison jf the Christian church performing theI eremony The groom is the clever young son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Coffey and is popular with all classes IliffI bride is an exceedingly pretty young woman well educated and accomplished to a degree She is the eldest daugh ter of Dr W B OBannon the well known physician They were accompanied to Danville by Miss Ella May Saunders and Mr R H Coffey sister and brother of the groom The INTER IOR JOURNAL joins with their many other friends in wishing Mr and Mrs Coffey a long happy and useful mar ried life Mr Coffey has the promise of a good position with the L N and they will remain here until his appointment comes According to a decision handed down by the Court of Appeals Tuesday whisky cannot be sold as a medicine in a local option county in this State James Huteon was fined 60 by a jury II in the Carlisle Circuit Court for selling whisky on a prescription which was to be used for a child of Lucian Carter who was threatened with and and the evidence of the physician and father of tho child showed that the liquor was used as a drug Thomas E Paul who was a promi tent druggist of Columbia is dead ar FARMERS DEPARTMENT Grant county has four creameries In successful operation- A twoyearold Jersey bull for sale W H Rigney Stanford J S Reed of Lexington bought of C W Robinson of Mercer county 20 acres of land for 10000 A Bath county tobacco buyer who attempted to make a shipment was stopped by a mob and forced to rotun his tobacco to the warehouse- A black Berkshire sow and two shoats came to my place Owner can gel same by paying for this notice and their keep F M Yowell Huston vllle Ky A crowd of masked men broke oper the Louisville Nashville depot at Valley Hill near Springfield and dcI stroyed six tobacco hogsheads Thei hogsheads were billed to James L Moore and were intended to be used to ship his tobacco There Here about 20 men in the crowd and they created no disturbance of any kind except to break open the depot nnd build a bonfire out of the hogsheads Here and There Harry Qrchard was called as the first witness in tho trial of George Pettibone atBoiseThe of the otter under water is lightninglike No fish can get away from them J Fire destroyed the Elkins W Va Hotel causing two deaths and probably fatal burns to a third person Three thousand dollars in 20 gold pieces have been found by T J Jones on his farm near Minford Conn Fiftyfour actors were Indicted at Kansas City for violating the law last Sunday against working on that day John G Jenkins formerly president of the First National Bank of Brook lyn and his three sons were indicted by the Kings county grand jury on charges of conspiracy and perjury GoodO S Woolover one of the best known merchants of Le X YI Sa8uJf you are over troubled with plies apply Bucklons Arnica Salve It cured me of thorn fur good 20 years ago Cures every sore wound burn or abrasion 26o at Pone nys Drug Store m HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States pare nut heard of the Courler Journal Democratic In all thlcg fair In All things clean In all things It Is essentially a family paper lljr a sptclal arrangement we are enabled to of tot the WEEKLY COUKIKKOUltNAL ono year and this paper for the price named above Baud your subscription for the com bination to usaot U the CourierJournal Druggist Takes His Own Medicine The man who sells remedies for most of tho human ills and bears day afterday the opinions of people used these remedies naturally comes to know the superior from the inferior and when the time comes that he hrs to de cldo on which remedy he will take he- of course selects the one he ls heard the most praise of His own opinion coupled that of his customers aught to eo far In convincing the layman that the remedy the druggist selects U tbe best la he field CityKansyean and when finally he himself began to healtancyIIIPepsinYowUawKlDI writes us that It justified his blah pinion and be Is cured It was the same with Druggist LexlDRtOD Ill lie was not very robust oieD- bad constipation and such troubles so going what his customers who had used It told him he took Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and has been a well man ever since anydrulrRlltveils Syrup Pepsin for obstinate constipation Iyspepsia Indigestion flatulency biliousness diarrhea jaundice and other liver troubles rhether tbo disease Is In an infant child woman or man Ids the best family laxative It Is gentle and Elective pleasant and sure The proprietors uasantee It absolutely both as to purity end esults to be expected Usually one or two loss will bring about a complete change for the better and as It Is only cents or a bot tie sure relief can be had fora few cents liuy a lottle so you can see what It will do for you Those wishing to try Dr Cud buyiniaddressing the company Thli offer li to prove that the remedy do as we claim and only open to those who have never taken It Send for It If you hive any symptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest oldfolksPUBUO VERDICT Laxative So Good and Sure as OR CALOWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product bean putty guarantee No 17 Washington D C PEPSIN SYRUP 00 119 Caldwell Blda Montloello III fNSURANCE Fire Lightning WIDdRtormlIUt and kcwjldent None11U and U Companion Hepresontcd Lowest 1os Ibis hates Uurnnto d oii Paying Koo and Unequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 Mochnrgo tor examination orsripntltl nl ly testing eyes by uptoUnto method lw scrlptlonKlnMo umltuunleretliianvSt- yleltn11nonr skeleton mountings won mill liUiiruutiHil tbfuctnr charges mat iiti Permanently located in Control IVleplione l ultdni HustonvliU1 Ky I I1 POWKU irailunttM Optoim trvil I THE MIDWINTER TERflV- liUli is the rush term ox n Jan II Ikiyou wnnt to lwn working unit In tile llvcst most nmbltloiiK nUiuilnstlr and gatlaenritogetherIt so rev your County Hurtnhndlntn- 01lIbout mi nppoliitment to ins tuition If you hove not nlmitly done llIlonll writs to the PnvldIlt or UIt R K H for n cntnloKtellliiK him whist studies you de tin Addrtts It N ItOAUIC Illchmoud Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A ono blue grass form for ante situated on new pile near Point nv ll and six inilvi south of Ijitiriutir containing 20 lIorA well located In good ntlthltorbod belutl part of the John Wlllaer tract with II hand omo new twostory sevenroom residence thvroon recently completed with nil out bulldlniisnnd good new turn taxi Well wntenxl nix never ailing spring and ontrunning through TKUKS K CIIIIIIII hand balance OUt am two martiny of suit bvnrlng siz pet palilPeiton rush nlnoc please write K M mud Italwlle Walker farm at mint or O Walker Stanford Ky Isnlx tleiIIanti W U Wntker Point Iavrll Ky DEAD GAME If you will bring your Jutuamt Ilevolvei to me ml let me put them In flritelacondition I hare had your experien t1 In that butlneu I put new handle on Razor Blades Ferrets on Walking Canes and Repair Umbrellas Make a IJMcllllty or nttlng nil kinds of kTto all klmdsof lucks nil kinds repairing on bicycles mid kpcll in Itod all kinds of life ell repairs Ulve me n trial and you will A untuned UllllK MA- Y1VNTidrdMtInnvllle Ky MBIE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Drugget Rugs attiugs Pic tore Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper r E T Beazley has charge of tbe Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 1G6 or 133 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No Ialncres oq tho Wnynetburg pike near Highland 8 room home barn nmf Otll er outbuilding nice orchard Thli proper ty Is nenr chure anti schoolhouse U worth th rice No S lOBcrefSmlleiHotith of Crab Or chard on tho Htnte road hUI n twoitory house good barn orchard and U well watered about Ito acres of this land U bottom land and produces tine crops A bargain nt- IIJAn1S cash In ono and two your NoalWacrcion Iluck Greek near Way t room house barn and other out ulldlouplvntyo water Cash price Yo4latucres near Level Green tock inttle faros has it now 5tory frameliousewould cost to build now 1fHM good turn crib Ac located near church and school This li a nice home nod cnn IM bought for SlO per aero cash re nalnder In li months No 5150 acres the nbove farms 00 acras In cultivation Dwelling oUroollli good lawn and other outbuildings or hard Ono of thu best Illtlnglln hits cotut ty Irlca VJOQ linn cash balance and 2 yours No 621 acres adjoining farms NOl nnd 1W acted In cultivation linlnnco IliUm- her Good white oak hickory nnd soma than cedar Jilts 8story log huso nnd Stood orcli- ml well watered Oath price a No 7 ZSOncres near Mnretsburg Kyltai- cresln cultivation good dwelling house jam nnd necessary outbuildings lino water and school church H It station 1rlcef- iJMi 1 cash balance III one nnd two years NaySit acres near Oonway Ky nearly nil of tide farm U bottom land title for corn ind meadow very good dwelling housonew horn und other buildings on county road 6 miles from lloren College Cash price f1 IloNo9nacres on Drakes Crock 3 miles from Drab Orchard This farm adjoins thu plko and Is a part of the leo Kvans turns Lhls Is tine loud and In good condition all necessary buildings This Is a bargain at tJO per acre No J0711 acres near Htanford Ky In nice shape with necessary hulldlnglJtc cun ire ought worth the money For full particulars In regard to nil the shove farms see or write I It Hughes or nuiesl White Htunford Ky L jIEAFOOJNtSOLD B Y I H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY r et Tim ponon who DESERVES TUB DEST is the ono who labors nail the laborer who in oxpOMJtl to tho WET and COLD must have the boat foot wear polble Wo Ixtllovo beyond question that n quarter of a COnturyV experience gives tu the right to My WE KNOW A SHOE we know n good ono and WK BUY THE VERY BEST Honest Hike you nil know him Wo have thorn in Boots at 8400 High Top Show ut 8100 and MOO regular Top Show 8260 You Mk hnre they hotter Sm ply bccuuBo they are mmlo of laaUnr Inunttl tho OLD FASHIOKBD COLD LIQUOR any and they are the ONLY Shoos sold here today of oo1t1Iliquor tannod leather LEVEL BEST0 is nnathor Shoo made by wine iMOplWtlio lost boys ovary day Shoo I know teday a little lghUr and a little neater looking than tho Mike Wo carry them in lays gfrw 10 to 61 Irico 88 8296 and S250 aceonliiig to size Boys High Top Shoos a good ono at 8280 Early Choice Means best Value For best Values in All Christmas Presents You Should Make Selections Early Now Stocks are New Fresh and Complete Select Now Books Dolls Novelties awsas PENNYS DRUG STOREA- ennfnrd Knnntrv When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGE When you think of ALDRIDGE N think of Roofing The best ROOF PAINT furnishedII i and put on f S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat 1 Try It Only 25 Cents STANFORD DRUG CO r t t 3 SILKSt jYou can mail n nice Silk Waist very cheap 09c per yard far SI Silks 3 ardBihakcSd wai t UNDERWEARtr JrJJriJcrear Counter has sonic good tinge on it Childrens Teats agiVPariUTc each Childrens Union Suits llc Ladies Vests and Pants ICc ABOUT TWO WEEKS Until Christmas when this pale ends Dont wait until the last weok Conic nOwi SEVERANCE SON STANFORD BrAN FORO Ky Duo 18 1907 TRY somo of our Imported Pure Ollv Olh a5c and Mc a bottle Pennys Drug Storo Tim Contract Gc cigar sold at Pen nys Drug Store is sure to please you Try IL- WHEN you want to make your selec tion from the largest and most upto line of post cards go to Pennys J kDrug Store PERSONALS MR G B COOPBR was In Louisville this week HUIIERT CAnra TEn Is over from LexingtonPROF W IRELAND was In Ash land n few days ago MRS JAMES G CARPENTDR JR is very HI of typhoid fever MR KINDRICK S ALCORN was In Somerset a few days since Miss MOLUB BROOKS of Crab Orch ard was hero shopping yesterday Dn J E TYLER of Eminence Is hero mingling with his many friends MISS ELLA LEACH of KIngsvlllc is the guest of her sister Mrs J M Mc Carty MR AND MRS W M OWBNS of I ilurr Rockcastlo county were here this week MRS SUSAN YBAOHR is spending a Jew days with friends at Frankfurt and Sholbyvllle MRS T J PRICE and MIss Tommy th Franc tlj of Garrard spent Wednesday with Dr A S Price MR Join N MENEFBE JR of this place was considerably bruised In a wreck on an Interurban oar five miles Weft of Versailles Miss PEACHIE BAUGIIMAN is over from Sjiyro Institute Lexington to at tend the bedside of her brother in law Mr Forest McClary Mn AND MRS WILL JONBS who have lived in this county for tho post year went to London Wednesday to Reside Mrs Jones Is a sister of Mrs U S TraylorMR FORBST MCCIARY who has ty- phoId fever is In a very critical con dition and tho worst Is feared If prayers and good wishes of our people will help him Mr McClary will soon II be restored to healthy manhood PETE KEMP universally known and + liked was in tho city the first of tho week Mr Kemp is now located In Annlston Alabama where ho holds a responsible position with the Louisville Nashville rail road Middlesboro Record caLSrtV- Eare the Candy Kids at George D Hoppers HEATING stoves at cost to make room for Xmas goods Farris BROWN Leghorn tars sale at each S II Aldridge Stanford HOUSE and 35 acres of land for rent M F Lawrence R R 4 Stanford Go to Rowland for frt clnss photos- at GOc per dozen during holidays Frank l Cordier MAMMOTH Bronzzo turkeys for sale Pure stock Mrs G C Lyon Huston ville Ky + LOST In Waltons Opera louse a brown kid glove Return to Miss Mar tha Mcnefee FOR veraalcone pulleys c J small imposing stone lot of second t handed type typo cases stands and other printers supplies Write orphone this ofllce IF you get caught with in selling whisky dont ask us not to publish it I Quit selling and you will have no fear of the law nor tho unpleasant notoriety of your name appearing in the court t reports in this paper t HOLIDAY RATES Ia Queen ICrescent Route Tickets on sale Dec 23 24 2Ci30 31 and Jan1 with final limit Jan 6 Ask Agents for particulars or write II C King G P A Lexington Ky TUG insurance companies represented by Mr R B Mahony have settled CornW K Warner for tho firo of Saturday morning They will put tho machinery in as good condition as it was before tho fire and will pay the 300 carried on tho building SEE W II Muellers ad SEE the Jnction fencoat Singletonsj STOCK and ry food tons FRMII supply of hems products at Geo D Hoppers TUB magistrates are called to meet Tuesday Dec 17 to finish up the years business A NEW furnace Is being put in the Christian church not before It was needed however PLEASE return our grain sacks before Jan that you may receive credit for them Hustonville Roller Mill Co THE Christian church Sunday school will have a Christmas tree but the ex act date has not yet been decided upon AN old fiddlers contest will be held at Waltons Opera House on Friday evening Dec 27th Six prizes of money will be hung up MRS GEORGE C GIVENS has placed us under additional obligations to her by sending us a bountiful supply of her delightful sausage WORK of repairing thelaundry has begun in earnest It wont be many days before washing and ironing will bo going on as of yore SAM GENTRY killed an immense eagle the other day When the large bird fell to the ground Sam thought it was corning down to fight him TilE the Christian church of Crab Orchard will have a bazaar in the new Masonic building there on Satur day week 14th Go and help them DONT forget the Presbyterian ladies Bazaar tomorrow Saturday on Lancas ter street in tho church room All sorts of nice things for sale open about 10 oclock Mn II S DODGE who married a daughter of Mr S E Owslcy former ly of this county but now residing at Hazel Patch died at Duquosne Arizo nu a few days ago Tilt C W B M of this place has had a neat booklet printed at this office containing a program for the year 1908 and considerable useful information Mrs William Severance is president of tho Stanford Auxiliary which is doing a great work for humanity A GOOD crowd attended the rink Wednesday night and skating was en joyed until a lato hour The next rink will be held on Friday night Dec CO when It will be known as n necktie rink The person wearing tho largest and smallest neckties will be awarded premiumsPLEASANTSMrs Joseph Pleasants died at her home at Crab Orchard Wed nesday night aged about C5 She died of heart disease from which trouble she had long been a sufferer She Is survived by her husband and son and three daughters Deceased was a Miss Pollock and was a good Christian woman The burial will occur today but the hour had not been decided on when we went to press THE brick work on tho big Odd Fel lows building was completed yesterday afternoon and now the carpenters and plasterers have it in hand Besides the two storerooms one of which is 27x100 feet and tho other 23x100 feet there will be a hall or lodge room 34x50 feet and 10 good offices It will bo a very handsome and convenient building when completed and will materially help the appearance of Stanford We need a half dozen or so more such buildings Who will be tho next to put up one 7 Tim question of thehour Is who will be Stanfords next chief of police 7 Wo understand that there are threo applicants Messrs J T Embry B D Carter and A C Alford and we under stand further that each has the prom Iso of two votes Two votes can not elect of course and if tho mayor could break tho tie tho man who would get his vote would not have a majority as three is not a majority of six So it will bo seen that somebody has to got more votes and who will It be 7 We do not know we are sure but we do know that wo hope tho successful candidate will pledge his support to suppress blind tigers in Stanford and make good that pledge A man who is not willing to enforce any and all laws should not be considered for tho marshals place Sale Still Goes On Our SemiAnnual Salo is in full blast Hundreds of people arc finding just what they want in this cleanup of odds and ends Why not you FANCY ARTICLES Suitablo for gifts Useful and pretty at small cost and are always appre ciated Look at our Linens Towels Baskets Pin Cushions Laundry Hag Hat Pin Holders Fancy Boxes anti hundreds of pretty articles not mentioned here IWe have opened our Xmas line of that tastes like more Gcorgt D topper SILVKULACB Wyandotte Roosters ol pure strain for sale Mrs A J Rice- R P D Moreland Ky Dn PBNNINCTON found a boys over coat Saturday and owner can get same by paying for this notice DONT lot the new year catch you owing for your homo paper Pay up now Now is the accepted time THE Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs B D Carter Saturday afternoon at 230 TUB Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale ut a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices Fill ENDS lionJesseAlverson of Lincoln county are claiming tonight that he has secured a sufficient number of pledges to assure his election as as sistant clerk of tho Senate Frankfort Cor CourierJournal MR AND MRS CLINTON invite you to be present at the marriage ofI their daughter Dorothy to Mr Lemuel Morehead of N Y City Friday evening December 13th 1907 The wed ding will tako place at Mr J M Phil lips store at 730 Mr Santa Claus will be present and perform he ceremony Everyone come and bring the little folks THE will of I D locker this city who died in Lincoln county several days ago was filed for probate says a Lex- Ington dispatch The testator bequeaths to his sister Mrs Sallie M Good of Lincoln county 500 to his sister Mrs Nunnio It Good 100 the remainder of his estate to be equally divided etween his brothers and sisters or their heirs His brother James however is to receive none of the estate because he has already been given more than his share The testator states that he leaves more to his sister Mrs Sallie M Good than to the other heirs because she had been more solicitous for his welfare A BELL BOY delighted a large au dience at the Manring Thursday night This is the second time within a few weeks that this estimable attraction has appeared at the local theatre and Its popularity with the Middlesboro theatre gocrs was attested by tho en thusiastic andience which greeted the play last night Johnny and Ella Gal vin kept the house in an uproar and the other members of tho company were not lacking as fun producers The songs and other features were also well received Middlesboro Record of Dec See this splendid show at Waltons Opera House Thursday Friday and Sat urday nights Dec 12 13 and 14 CHURCH MATTERS Mayfield is to have a 40000 Presby terian church Services at the Methodist church Sun day Dec 15 Subject at 11 A M The Foolishness of Preaching Sunday night tho pastor will preach a sermon for the benefit of young men All are cordiality invited young and old PASTOR Rev Clyde Dnraio preached two ex cellent sermons at the Christian church Tuesday and Wednesday nights He greatly pleased his hearers both as a preacher and a Christian gentleman Rev B A Reese will fill the pulpit of that church Sunday morning and night At the Presbyterian church on next Sunday at 1045 AM the subject of discourse will be Idealizing the Real and Realizing tho Ideal Man At 7 p M tho subject will be The Lost Book Thislwill be the first of a scries of addresses on Tho Bible Its Origin and Nature which will be delivered consecutively on Sunday nights A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend HIGHLAND Our merchants are receiving their Christmas goods Miss Fannie Hatflelds school at Mt Moriah will close Friday Hyatt Young will put up a shingle mill at tho spring near Hardin Cooks in a few days F A Rogers has moved to his farm tear Mt Moriah lately purchased of- T W Hutchison- J S Young is still crippling about on his lame foot Arthur Young is assist- Ing him in tho store Mrs Mamie Chestnut is visiting at Somerset Oscar Berry who has been at Burnside for some time is with the homofolks J H Butt has gono to Louisville Rev John R Howes of Barbourvillo was hero today- C R Cook has returned from New Al bany Ind Mrs C M Young and Miss Serena Young have been visiting her sister Mrs It W Godbey in New Al bany M 0 Bryant of Burnside is spending a few days with her friends and relatives here Eld John M Long has been engaged as pastor of the Christian church for the next year Rev Bradley Ashley a student of Union College Barbourvillo will preach at the schoolhouso on tho evening of the 20th and Rev Elbert E Young at the same place Sunday 21st at 11 A and at night- OTTENHEIM This neighborhood is undergoing an epidemic of measles but so far they seem to be in a light form Elmer Adams of Kansas but for merly of this place Is visiting relatives here and will stay until after Christmas Judging from the way some of our young men are improving old houses and renting others there will be some weddings in this neighborhood soon Mrs Skelton Coleman who has been very low with pneumonia is improving John Bowen who has been employed at New Albany has returned home to stay About iDigestion It is not tbo quantity of food taken but tho amount digested and assimi lated that gives strength and vitality to the system Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets invigorate tho stomach and liver and enable them to perform their functions Tho result is a relish for your food Increase strength and weight greater en duranco and a clear head Price 25 cents Samples free For sale by all druggists Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tho stockholders of the First National Hunk of Htnnfonl will held nt tholr banking house tho second Tuesday In January for the purpoie of electing directors for the ensuing year JOHN JJIrltnauarsCne- hlorStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the IJn coin County National llnnk of Htnnford will Iw held nt their banking house tho second Tuesday In January Itsn fur the purpose of elrrllni directors for the ensuing year W M imiailTCnihler Stockholders Meeting meeting of tho stockholder of the Na tional Bank of Hustonville will be held nt their bnnklni house In llnstonvlllo the sec and Tuesday In January lists between and It A x for tho purpoftb of electing directors tu serve the nlulngYlrJ HOCKKU Cashier 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get ray Rates be fore Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre seated Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY NECK TB SKATING RINK Fri ay Dth Stanford Rink IubI FURS Greatest fur season in years and to buy at onefourth off is u great bar gain CLOAKStThey are going fast at onefifth oil the pri- ceSKIRTS Help yourself to one of theio pretty Skirts You can buy no better and at oue fifth off the price South East Corner Main and IDepot 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 House STANFORD KENTUCKY 25 PER CENT OFF We have Reduced the Price 25 Per Cent on All of Our Ladies and Misses Cloaks tlntltttttaall W E Perkins Crab OrchardI The Lid l The Lid I The Lid I It ioff on prices nt the Emporium at Huston ville We are price fighters Your Lid Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected tho cream of the market for you Come and be convinced in this line Wo undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can pleaso you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lut to select from suit nil We carry n general line Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a 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 before you freeze Buy before they are gone Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky The Interior Journal Xnleredin tiie PottOffice at Stanford 01 ttcondclaa matter WVBL19IIAD TUKHDAVS AND rnmY- AT 500 PER YEAR CAS IVWfata not 10 paId WOO will be charged L N TINE THBLEM- o SI Houth til PM NoSlHouthllWH No North A No n North 21T P JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky NOTICETAnyone needing UnIon Jack and Ire Stretcher can leavo their order with T D Newland at Htnnford He hat one lie will ihow you and take your order and will nil tbe same on short noticeD T LUNSFOnD 6e D CARTER Now Livorv Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store inI the Owsley BuildingI Joseph 3244 Vol I It bred and has been accepted for reg- letryInthe that Volume of The American Hwlne Ueconl Association Hook under the ruleiof the antoclatlon and will be Ko 8211 as above Sire Edward No Slrt ctom Alpsnmlrn No Hire of Hire Maple OGllfT Hruce Nonof HlreUanadlan XellleJan Hereof dRill KlntuckyDo No li53 dRill of dam Golden Us No Ipel It Is well known that the Tamworth Hwlno Is the nrlcodwlne on the market Jill sin dwardwelghtij15nt4yenraold sold for kl ruiOhtstlfiiii Alexandra 0 sold for 11IX Ills weight nt months He crosses well with every breed I will tend him nt cash Stanfonl Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone M Home Ihone Si POSTED Ve whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting Hilling or any kind of troi pairing on our places und wilt prosecute vi olator to the full extent of the law Alex Cooper Mr Mary Iepple Mr Walter Warren Mr llItUe White- HUnVsonltros Tlntley Hpooniimore Hen Martin 3L K f wrence Jtuulwn Curtis J Mocker J hL 1ettus T A Rice Morgan Uhappell Amanda HcbnetTer Green Kerrlll J I Holuclaw O W Htr-Mr J K Iullliiin It li rulllam- 1etvr Italiner Mrs KatherIne Ador 18ier I 1axton Ashley OUannon Jellies NOah J Kevin darter O M Hark Joseph Hallot M II JHI lUilnei IYUe1MrsJ D O Carpenter Mrs Uobucca llOariMntcr W1Martby AM J H Thompson Kerrlll Jul ItHkldinore- David Hurton J H launch MC KlcUnnlhon IteleneuhutchMlsa Mottle llewci Bro Fred VonOruengan It K Oiilnoj Albert VonUrueugiiii AT Truylor Mllmrn Clooch N 11 riuiiuner Fred Huunmiin Ulcliiiril Heitor Owsley Dunn Henry Hester Will Hester It 0 Kunneliey WO Floyd JW ok nJW DCloocli B UnderwoodiSon Mrs JlfaryUJwI11 John Martin Alcorn John Qameulacln WinCordlor Dan Traylor M D Klmoru Mr N U O K Tate R ohnJufOetotllb PUck KINGSVILLE W L McCarty of Stanford WIlS hero Sunday Town Marshal John Roland made a number of arrests last week J L Johnson is in Frankfort this week Mrs Claude Hester was in Sam thlNMiss Bcrcia Wallace Horton and Asaford Dishon were married in Tennessee Sunday and returned home Tuesday The bride is quite a handsome young lady and the groom is a deser ing young man in every respect Mrs Will Dye and daughter Miss Margaret spent a few days with Mt and Mrs James Dye at Pleasant Point Manfred Gooch of Somerset was here Saturday J T Butler was in Somer set Saturday Dr R L Davison and J W Acey of Stanford were here Friday and Saturday Dr C M Thomp son was called to Sloans Valley Tenn to attend Fount Dishons children who have been very ill Mrs Edmund Murphy is at Sloans Valley Little Miss Pearl Webb will go to Somerset to be with her sister Mrs Clarence Dunn and attend school Deputy Sheriff Hester of Stanford was here last week W W Walter and son Joseph were in Stanford tho first of the week Mon zo Rigney is at home suffering with a sprained ankle A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoop1 Cough Cure And It is so thoroughl harmless and safe that Dr Shoot tells mothers dverywhero to give It without hesitation even to ery young babes The wholesome green leave and tender stems of a lung healinp mountainous shrub furnish tho cura the properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heal the sore and sensitive bronchial mom brancs 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 usesliThe Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Shops Cough Cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store After J C W Beckham bade fare well to the governorship and to the people after eight years of service In the Executive chair he and Gov A E Willson stood Tuesday with clasped hands in the presence of thousands of people gathered from every section of the Commonwealth They stood as the leaders of the two great political parties in the State and made a picture that was good for people who witnessed the riotous scenes of 1000 to look upon It meant the dawn of an era of better feeling and the cheers which greeted the retiring Governor land the new Governor shook the old buijding on the Capitol grounds Badly Mixed Up Abraham Brown of Wlnterton N Y had a very remarkable experience ho says Doctors got badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the fourth blood poison and tho 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 pre scribed Guaranteed to cure blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by Pen lys Drug Store 60u After leaving his wife and son in the family room Bruce K Eddings aged B8 years the first settler of Fulton when that city sprung up after the Civil War entered his rc om adjoining laid down upon his couch and placing on old revolver in his mouth shot his brains out Death was instantaneous Passed Examination Successfully James Donahue New Britain Conn writesIII tried several kidney reme lies and was treated by our best physicians for diabetes but did not Improve until I took Foloys Kidney Cure After the second bottle I showed improvement and live bottles cured me completely I have slnco passed a rigid examination for life Insurance Foleys Kidney Curo cures backache and all forms of kidney and bladder trouble G L Penny Arthur Wilcox of Burlington N J- in an eating contest disposed of 33 ham sandwiches four dozen small pickles two pounds of cheese and 12 cups of coffee but was defeated by a stranger who went him one better through the whole menu Trial Catarrh treatments arc being nailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Ilaulne Wis These tests are providing to the peoplewithout a pennys costthe great value of this clentlllo prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug Store A hog weighing 240 pounds fed in Brooklyn N Y on beer and whisky by some jokers knocked over two policemen boarded a trolley car and caused a panic and was finally caught by a reserve force of 20 policemen How Diphtheria Is Contracted Ono often hears the expression My child caught a severe cold which developed into diphtheria when the truth was that tho cold had simply left the little one particularly susceptlbli to tho wandering diphtheria germ When Chamberlains Cough Remedy is given it quickly cures the cold and lessons the dangc rot diphtheria orany other germ disease being contracted For sale by all druggists About 225 bodies have been recovered from tho Monongah W Va mines In which nearly 500 miners lost their lives 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 Lifo Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed satis factory in overt case or money back at Pennys Drug Store 25c Mme Patti plays tho guitar paints well and docs the most beautiful em broidery and knitting 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 Orna mental Trees S Shrubs Grope Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Cat alogue on application If F HIIIKXMKYKR it Sobs- Lexington Ky RheumatismI lnattaml Not a remedy that lUtorted limbs of chronic cripple nor turn bony rrowthi Ceth inln That Impoulble hut I a nbnowtsu kiU the pa1u and penp of It Udrploraliladlirue In Oernuny with a Chralit In the City Dnrmstadtl found the but ingredient with Which Dr Stoops Rheumatic a perfected dependable prescription madeI MUtt Ingredient I any oua of Rheum tltm but now at heretoforeIormly cute all curable tea of this ouch drcadM disease That undllke IranDlr raitefoundlnRheumatlcDloodM mtodlwoUe and pass away under the action remedy at freely as doe when added to pun water And then when dlMOlred these polsonou waits freely pas from the yttem and the cause of Uientnatltm is rone forever There is now no real nffdnq actual exciue roller longer with out helP We sell and In CIInlldenoe reconunll1d Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy 250For Information that will convict nny one truipniitng on my tarn Hunter take IHTKVIH- Hliolby City Ky McKINNEY MARILE tGRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors IAmlera In and manufacture of Onuiltu and Miirtilo Monumentii FlratolIRu Work at ItfiuoimhlH Prier Ollleo anil Works McKinney Ky Hliop closed on Hatunlay HOUSES AND LOTS SALE IN CRAB ORCHARD I I havo for inlo two house and lots on Fair Orouml Htrvvt Terms Hindu known on ap iillcatlon Good Business for Salc M ami mral itock of mvr finIJOnINn 1IOOI- KMnrkiburyKy HOTEL FOR RENT I I otter for runt for the year t01 III botol In known ai Mnnon llot l or Haines llouto The ImlMIni It wull Inontrtl and unJ0181 good pntronnge A goal op IHirtunlty fur the right man Apply atone MUM B J MASON Uincatter Ky GILBERT CREEK IARGAIN STORE Take no goool sold Rt reducetlprlees31entindLa die underwear alto Kublior too tort at sue We ones for nsot scukei of Genoa Wolvvrlnv soot for We J Idrunt Mcnn Linen Collars for lV Mens Hwratrri for 1tronnJuGIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy ready mado clothing when titers ti to dlfrerenra In the price of realty made suits and a suit made to your tnraiure taken by an sateritmnrl tailor I have n handsome line of Kail and Winter Rood con mats from a low price tm tncM suit to the nnvtdrvi ult AIM Overcoats TruIII Ire and Fancy Vests The rep tent ls second to none Hf lit lLl The Tnllor Htanford Ky h TRADE DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone eodtngaketebsnddewetp4kmes- ventrl7ueertun our opinion free uip lf1ommDDtlo- llulrldlnlldentLaL on fairau Sent free lIdHt scene toronngptate Ihtente Mean A Co recclv Jrt lath Scientific Htticrican A hnd omelr Illaf trIM weekly lrnt rtr a byalinwdelrMUNN breach Offloa G5 F lit Wihlnmon 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 FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS I 6 VIA I Winter Tourist Tickets REWARD warning FOR CIIAH111I10111ItUrnh Inncnster coniiany IEXPERIENCE MARKS WITHOUT CHANGE QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE On Sale November 1st Good Returning May 31st 190711 For Information and list of fioel adJreii D C KING C P ft T A 111 Made Sc Lexington Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED WantedBlue Grass Farms t j If you want to sell or your Farm Store Mill or property write to us V otheaIthe oldest and most advertisers of any real agency in Kentucky and are in touch with buyers all oycr the country and we cnn sell your property It costs nothing to i list with us Wo ask no charges v unless property sells Wo also slake a specialty of ollcctil1g1I0tC8 and accounts If you line any for collection Iwrite to us Address Reference First National Bnnk Fanners National Bank and Citizens I3in- ikSomerset Real Estate Agencyt Somerset Ky TO HOUSEKEEPERS L The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED t t Celebrated Lamp Oil lf FIRE PROOF Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is suIperior in every respect to the SoCallIed Fancy Oils for which more money Try it and be convinced For sale by all uptodate dea- lersXmasOpenio j III J The grandest display of China in Table Ware Novelties and ever shown in the city LampsjBavarian Haviland American Ware will be display Dont miss i- tGEORGE H FARRIS First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 500001 Thll institution was originally etablUhee ai the Deposit Dank of Stanford In Ills then reorganlted as the National Dank of Stanford In 1815 and again rearganlied uthe Flnt National Bank of Stanford In till having bad practically an uninterrupted eilsteneo for 43 year It Is better supplied now with facllltlei for transact promptly and well than ever before In Itl long and honorable career 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