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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOP JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 17 1907NO 83 Here and There j Tho American schooner Thomas W Lawson from Philadelphia for Lon don was lost off tho Scitly Islands and ol the crew of 18 only three were rescued Mr and Mrs Charles Johnson were found dead in their home at Gladstone bitch They wero asphyxiated by breathing coal gas which escaped fron a defective stove A heavy snow and slectstorm pro vailed from tho Rocky Mountains tothi Atlantic coast and In the lako regions Railroad traffic was delayed telegraph Ic communications Interrupted and at Lynchburg tho electric light wires were brokenTho statement oMho New York clearing houso banks for tho past week shows that tho banks hold 10101171 i ylless than Uio requirements of tho 25 per reserve rule This Is an Increase of 0109175 In the proportionate cash reserve as compared with tho previous weekIn pardoning Thomas Kennedy ol Jackson county Ala for killing a man who betrayed his daughter Gov Comet said This man was convicted of an of fence committed In defense of his home Such offenses as these I think it right to overlook and to pardon tho offender that he may return to tho continued caro and protection of his family William Spencer of tho Roanoke neighborhood Is tho owner of a valuable cow and ono that deserves a premium says tho Laruo County Herald Ono day last week the cow gave birth to triplets Two of tho calves are thrive ing youngsters and bid fair to become valuable animals Ono of the calves met with an accident Monday which caused its owner to have It killed Tho cow which gave birth to tho triplets is of tho Jersey breed and is ono of tho bast milkers in the county Whon to Go Homo Prom tho Blufflon Ind Hannor When tired out go homo When I you want consolation go homo When you want fun go homo When you want to show others that you have reformed go homo and lot your fatally got acquainted with tho feet Whon you want to show yourself at your best go homo nail do tho not there I When you feol llko being extra liberal go homo and practice on your wife and tjhtldron first When you want to with extra brilliancy go home IIShinn ht up tho whole household wo would add when you have a bad cold go homo and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy and a quick euro Is certain For sale by all druggist The terrific pressure brought to bear I I on Gov Ucckham by members of the Legislature and others for pardons and other favors can hardly bo appreciated by those who know little of such things and were not on tho ground Threats j were used when persuasion failed and he was openly told that ho would lose their votes unions certain pardons were granted The CourierJournal which governItho cases were decidedly mcritrious printed a story with apparent ghoulish glee that the failure to grant a certain pardon lost him ono vote We know that the governor acted in the most con scientious manner all through tho trying ordeal and If ho loses enough votes to defeat him ho will bo greater in tho es timation of nil true anti law loving men than If he bought votes with pardons that ought not to have been granted and tho member of tho Legislature who tails to voto for him because ho was J turned down in such n case will merit and receive tho execrations of manly men of both parties Frankfort Jour nal A Home Made Happy by Cham berlains Cough Remedy t ti About two months ago our baby girl hind 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 Rvur body thought she would die 1 wont to elicit different stores to find it certain remedy which had been recommended to mo and failed to get It when ono of tho storekeepers insist ed that 1 try Chamberlains Cough Remedy I did so and our baby Is ullvo and well todayGeo W Sponce yllolly Springs N C For sale by all druggists restaurantSayIwaiter ore you sure this is genuine turtle soup 1 Waiter Course it is It was made from water from a pond in the park in which two turtles wero kept all sum mer Chicago News 9For any of tho ordinary diseases of Chamberlains Salve Is excellent It not only allays tho Itching and smarting butt effects a cure For sale by all druggists MATRIMONIAL Mrs Joseph C Ratllff aged 81 of Richmond Ind has filed suit for divorc against her husband who Is 80 year oldG II Duncan and Miss Nina Spoona more both of Boyle county eloped to Jcllico Tenn where they were mar vied Tho groom is 20 and his bride 1C Jesse A Manning and Miss Eliza Coffey will bo married at tho homo of Row Garland Singleton today Mr Manning is tho gentlemanly carrier on Rural Route No3 out of Stanford and Miss Coffey is a daughter of Albert G Colfoy of the McKinnoy section and Is u very attractive yoUng lady Mr Ed Walker of Garrard brother of Mr W O Walker of thislplaco and Miss Martha Ramoy of Eminence will bo married tomorrow at the homo ol the bride Mr Walker is a progressive farmer and a fine young man while it is said by those who know her that his bride is pretty accomplished and amost lovable young lady Tho INTERIOR JOURNAL extends best wishes and hopes for them all tho happiness that married life can bring Robert Lynn Coffey of Stanford and Miss Myrtle Oliannon of the same place drove over to Danvillo and were married at the home of Mr and Mrs Bland Ballard on East Main Street The bride is quite an attrac tive young lady and is tho daughter of Dr and Mrs W B OBannon she has many charming traits of charac ter and Is altogether a lovable girl The groom is tho son of Mr and Mrs Joseph ColTcy who formerly lived in this city and is a well to do young man who lays claim to a largo num ber of friends in this section of tho State where ho id well and favorably known Advocate On Wednesday afternoon Dec 11th Mr W V Dunn and MissKatherlne C Itedd drove to Lancaster and wero mar ried at the parsonage by Rev J II Williams pastor of tho M E church Tho happy couple were accompanied by Thomas Watson and Miss Clara Collier and Mr Dilllon and Miss Fannie Redd The bride is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs C A Redd of Crab Orchard and has been known to the writer from babyhood and wo know that for amia bility of disposition and high moral attainments she is second to none She IS not only able to entertain in tho so vial circle but Is equally well versed in housekeeping and will bo to the man of her choice a most loving helpmeet in all that term Implies The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs A C Dunn and is a most exemplary young man and quite successful as a farmer They start life under tho most favorable circumstances and that they may always look back upon tho beautiful December day when they were united as tho most sacred of all days and their future bo all that loving true hearts deserve is the wish of their friends B The Boarders Riddle Sink a song of sausage- Unpretentious fare Maybe made of porker Maybe made of bear Have to cat on suspicion Take it anyhow Sing a song of sausage Bow bow bow t Man who fills tho hopper Quiet and discreet Sees to it the mixture Comes out sausage meat Many and suspicious Truth is known to few Singh Song of sausage Mew mew mew In its smoky jacket Brown and steaming hot Who could guess tho answer Or suspect a plot 1 Still tho boarder doesnt Know whats In tho draw Sing a song ofsausage Haw he haw Nashville American A Real Wonderland South Dakota with Its rich silver mInes bonanzafarms wlderanges and strange natural formations Is a verit able 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 Ex hausting coughing spoils occurred very live minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr ICIngs Sow Discovery the great medicine hat saved his life antI completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs md colds throat and lung trouble jy Pennys Drug Store Soc and 31 Irlal bottlo free Tho suit of tho heirs of Dr B D Cox igainst James Hargis and others al eging complicity in the murder of 1 rIfox has been compromised and after tho details or tho agreement have been settled the suit will bo dismissed Tho mount to be paid to the heirs is not livulged NEWS NOTES It is estimated that 10000000 barrels of beer are consumed yearly In New YorkIBurglars visited four stores and thl postofllce at Elkton and made a fairly good haul Three children were burned to death in a fire which destroyed two dwelling at Sturgisson W Va Col A S Colyer aged 90 years dls tinguished jurist statesman and author is dead at his home In Nashville William Bowlder and his wife won killed and his son was mortally Injured when their wagon was struck by a train near fulton On account of the illness of Common wealths Attorney Franklin the tria of Caleb Powers made no progress Fri day and Saturday The Carlisle Indians cleared over 75 000 on the foot ball season just closed And won every game except tho one played with Princeton Three men names unknown were instantly killed near Lucas 0 while crossing a railway bridge They were caught by a train and ground to pieces The report of tho Commissioner Gen eral of Immigration and Naturalization for the year ending June 30 shows that 1235319 Immigrants arrived breaking previous records An extra appropriation of 150i 0 for conducting the trial of Harry K Thaw was allowed in New York by the Board of Estimates This noted trial has already cost over 100000 The bill of exceptions in the appeal of tho Standard Oil Company of In diana from the fine of 29240000 was signed by Judge Landis in Chicago and was filed in the Court of Appeals Capt Louis D Pell aged C2 years a noted river man of Paducah and a member of a famous family of pilots and commanders died suddenly of heart disease He had been on Government boats for many years John Soley under sentence of death at Columbus 0 came near being exe cuted before It was discovered that the papers commuting his sentence had been mailed to tho Warden and were being held for postageIA Trigg county coroners jury found that Waler Gray tho night rider who was killed by the Hopkinsville posse pursuing the attacking party on its return to Trigg county came to his death at the hands of an unknown assassin- C M Colby of Minneapolis Minn murdered hs wife and took his own life because ho could not stand the thought that there were only 10 more shopping days till Christmas and he had no money with which to buy presents Walter Rosenthal of Cincinnati and W K McGrath of Chicago both trav eling salesmen wero mobbed at Union City Tenn by 10 young men and were driven from tho town after being se verely beaten cut and shot at From the story told by the young men assaulted they had been to see two of Union Citys popular young society girls and after returning to their hotels wero set upon by masked young men and terribly beaten Gov Willson has called a conference between tho representatives of the to bacco societies the American Tobacco Company and the independent buyers Governorstho hope of settling tho tobacco war The Governor will insist on prompt ac Lion and says he proposes to see that both sides get a square deal He names the representatives he wishes to have attend the conference including Clarence Lebus president of tho Burloy Tobacco Society and James B Duke president of the American To bacco Company Time finest Coffee Substitute over undo has recently been produced by Dr Shoop o acino Wis You dont save to boll it 20 or 30 minutes Rude In a minute says tho doctor Health Coffee is really the closest 2ofTeo Imitation over yet produced Not a grain of real Coffee In It either Health ColTee Imitation Is made from pure toasted cereals or grain with nalt nuts etc Really It would fool an expert were ho to unknowingly drink It for Coffee Sold at Pennys Drug- Store eatColleges are now regarded as rather undesirable insurance risks and it Is robablo that tho rate will bo generally Increased In 18 years 781 fires have occurred In college buildings entailing andIa vcrage money loss over 13000 Notice To Our Customers Wo aro pleased to announce that toleys 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 armful drugs and we recommend It- as a safe remedy for children and PenDYi HUSTONVILLE James Yowell sold to Jerry Caldwell 24 950 pound cattle at 41c Mrs Ann Bosley of Boyle county is visiting her daughter Mrs S E a number of poung people fror Liberty attended tho rink here Satur day night While repairs are being made on the Christian church that congregation wil hold services in the opera house A son of Tom Sutherland of Maxcyi Valley dropped dead Saturday Year trouble is supposed to have caused his death Services next Sunday at the Presby terian church by the pastor Morning subject Gods GiftThe Messiah Evening subject The Prodigal Who line of Holiday Goods Can dies Fruits Nuts etc in town at C W Adams If It Is bargains you want give him a call He has the goods and will make prices to suit you Tho masked rink Saturday evening was well attended and fully CO of the skaters masked The prize was won by Miss Ella Barnett whoso make up of a Pilgrim evidenced much study of the character represented Among the shipments of live stock from Moreland Saturday were J B RifTe one car of 1300pound cattle to Cincinnati Frank Hunn one car o hogs W G Cowan one car of cattle and J J Allen one car of cattle Dr Bolin and family of Somerset have moved to the Wright farm he re cently bought near here The doctor has rented an office in town which will bo put in firstclass condition and ho- will be ready for the practice of his profession in a few days The bazaar supper and musical given by the Ladies Aid Society of tho Pres byterian church at the Chas Wheeler Emporium Saturday was a success not withstanding tho inclement weather Much credit is due the ladies for their untiring efforts the receipts passing the century mark by considerable- W D Rocker was up from Law renceburg Sunday James P Harper of Salisbury N C is here visiting old friends and relatives and to buy a car load of mules and horses Mrs Dan Traylor of Stanford was with friends here James Yowell will leave this week for Florida to spend tho winter with the hope of improving his health Mr John Boslev and wife of Winches ter have been guests of S D Yowell and family When tho Stomach Heart or Kids nay nerves get weak then these organs always fail Dont drug tho Stomach nor stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restora the The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak Inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquidand see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health Is surely worth this simple test Sold by Pennys Drug Store As a result of the investigation made by AdjU Gen P P Johnston and a conference between the Governors rep resentative and the officials of Chris tian county a formal request for ad ditional troops was signed and for warded to Gov Willson Hopkinsvillo citizens also believe that a special term of the Circuit Court should be held in order that tho judicial inquiry into tho night riders action may be Instituted at once Gen Johnston went to Trigg county Monday to pursue his inquiries there Millionsh1es Ioloys honey and Tar have been sold without any person ever having experl nccd any other than beneficial rc suIts from its use for coughs colds sad lung troubles This Is because ho genuine Foleys Honey and farI In the yellow package contains no plates or other harmful drugs Guard your health by refusing any but tho genuine G L Penny Railroad Commissioner Walton tried to get Judge Moss tho distinguished nountain injunction jurist to give him an injunction against Lew Tarlton to prevent him taking his office from him Falling in this he was last heard from Tuesday trying to get ono of the two overnors to order out tho State Guards to help him to hold on to his pleSom met Journal Trial Catarrh treatments aro being tailed out free on request by Dr hoop Racine Wls These tests are providing to the peoplewIthout a ennys cost tho great value of this cientlllo prescription known to drug gIsts everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug Store lives were lost in a storm along IIFortf coast W H MuellerSTA- NFORD KY Shoes and Rubber Goods Our stock is complete Now is the time to get your Footwear Wo have all kinds of the best brands High Top Shoes 250 to S400 We have the best brands in Rubber goods JCorae and 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 and Gents Furnishinga Etc I r Mi Our Christmas Goods r are All in Come and See Us W H HIGGINS I Stanford KentuckyB- ooks Wan Paper Piunte Oils and Varnishes School Supplies Best FoorFinishis RENULAC WB McRoberts DRUGGISl STANFORD wvs lr PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded 1 The Interior Journal L C WALTON JOHN J MOSER countlIUbltct0 M BRUCE Iaaeandldnteforjnllerof Uncolll count subject to the action of the JemocrnUo petty JAMES C HAYS Is a cnndldnte for Jailer of subject to the action of the Democratic par y D C ALLEN ty It cub ect tothe foraction ofttiolLelnocrallc- party Democratic Ticket Fur United States Senator J C W BECKIIAM JUDGE JAMES S MORRIS who is try ing the Caleb Powers caso at George town has received a number of threat ening letters through the mails but when asked concerning t1 sir contents he refused to discuss them at all say ing that they were simply a few com munications from cranks Judge Mor ris is going to do his duty it matters not who it helps or hurts and tho skunks who are writing anonymous letters are wasting both time and postage KANSAS is proud of the fact that its farm products this year are worth nearly 20000000 more than last year and more than ever before In only one year since 1890 have the farmers of Kansas received so much per bushel for their wheat andonly once in 25 years has Kansas corn been worth so much per bushel The years crops and owe stock together foot up to nearly half a billion dollars and the long whiskered populist is a painful memory THE Democratic National Committee selected Denver as the place for hold ing the next Democratic National Con vention and July 7 was fixed as the date Denver offered 100000 which will leave 80000 as a nucleus for a campaign fund The choice was made on the second ballot and Louisville lost because the assurance that the money pledged would be paid came too late As expected Youtsey is to be the scapegoat of the whole business On the ground that he has gotten what was coming to him and cant be hurt the defense in the Powers case will lay it all on him But it will not be able to convince the jury that Powers was not the head and brains of the conspiracy TimE Courier of Sunday print ed a picture of William H Riker of Harrodsburg a republican who refus ed an office Mr Riker should be in the collection of curiosities in the Smith sonian Institute at Washington He would attract more attention than all the rest of the curios IN the absence of more important reading matter a good many papers are publishing letters to Santa Claus from the children The children and their parents may enjoy such stuff but the average reader feels we imagine that it is too light literature to pay KJod money for TilE Danville Advocate seems to be enjoying prosperity with a big P It came out Friday afternoon in 16page form and as newsy as it could be By the way the Advocate will soon install a Mergenthaler linotype Our old friend George C Keller will operate it DISPATCHES say the funeral of King Oscar of Sweden who died December 8 will be held Thursday We suppose the old saying Better late than never holds good in this case MONEY matters must be close in the Louisville when the Falls City can not borrow enough money to pay off the employes for their November work POLITICAL W T Short general deputy Internal Revenue collector is an applicant for the Richmond postoffice Charles I Ross was appointed Circuit Clerk of Pulaski to succeed Napier Adams now clerk of the court of ap pealsRepresentative Harvey Helm has in troduced a bill in Congress appropriat ing 75000 for a public building at LawrenceburgHon Oates of Alabama has been appointed chairman of the commission to mark the graves of Con federate soldiers- Pennsylvania has 1828 of its citizens employed by the government in the District of Columbia and ther annual salaries amount to 2009425 Representatives Langley and Bennett of Kentucky prepared a bill pro hibiting the issuance Federal liquor licenses in dry districts The measure will be introduced in Congress by Mr LangleyAlabamas delegation in tho House has drawn up a protest against the confirmation of 0 It Hundley for the Fed eral judgeship of the Northern district of will present it to the Senate Judiciary Committee t IMaj P P Johnston of Lexington was appointed Adjutant General by GovWlllson It is said that the ap pointment is only temporary and that later the Governor will name a man in the service of the State Guard Maj Johnston bolted the democratic party some 10 years ago Both houses of Congress will adjourn Thursday or Friday for the Christmas holidays and in tho meantime little business will bo transacted beyond the appointment of committees The pres ent intention is to extend the adjourn ment until Jan G but the dato may be changed Until Jan S IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of W D Chelf prominent Mercer county farmer is dead W H Miller is dead at Phil Casey county after a protracted illness Mrs John S Robinson a wellknown club woman is dead at Harrodsburg Judge James M Posey one of the bestknown lawyers and citizens of An derson county is dead Mrs Charles E Soper of Richmond who was Miss Daisy Harmon of Dan ville is dead after a short illness Adaline Maupin of Russell Springs was burned to death She was alone at her home and nothing Is known of the manner in which her clothes caught fire She wasCO years old Isaac Guflfey and Jacob Marcum neighbors and farmers fought with pistols in Wayne county Marcum was shot through the stomach and died Guffey was arrested but escaped and fledThe Somerset Journal prints a good picture of little Eleanor Beckham daughter of Mr and Mrs J C W Beckham the only child born in the Executive Mansion for over half a cen turyIn the case of John R Mount of Lan caster against the L N Railroad Company the jury awarded verdict of 5500 to the plaintiff He suffered a badly injured ankle while alighting from the train He was awarded 400 at a former trial Through their attorneys W M Jackson and J T Moss the adminis trators of R A Nelson who was kill ed at Crab Orchard two months ago in a wreck on the Louisville Nashville railroad were paid 5000 in com promise of the matter Suit had been filed for damages aggregating 25 000 Campbellsville Enquirer CHURCH MATTERS Next Sunday night there will be a sermon to young men at the Methodist church Eld W F Low a prominent Bap tist minister of Mayfield is dead after a long illness Leighton Coleman Episcopal Bishop- of Delaware was found dead in bed at his home In Wilmington Rev A B Reeves of Paris Tenn preached two good sermons at the Christian church Sunday Warrants have been issued for Wil- Liam Hicks formerly pastor of the Baptist church at Smithland for issuing worthless checks Rev James W Thompson of Louis ville has accepted a call to the pulpit of the Owenton Baptist church ona of the strongest Baptist churches in the StateRev F M Hill Conference Mission ary Secretary preached two excellent sermons at the Methodist church Sun day lie also delivered a very able Ep worth League address Fortyfour additions and a general awakening of the members is the result of a splendid meeting just closed at Harrodsburg in which Dr Lloyd T Wilson of Louisville assisted Rev Roddy pastor of the Baptist church The subject next Sunday morning at the Methodist church will bettThe Birth of Jesus Did He make His ad vent into the world as the Bible teaches 7 Text Isaiah 69 For unto us a child is born etc The Main Street Methodist church which has been undergoing extensive nterior repairs for the past two months vas thrown open to the public last Sunday and vast crowds turned out to attend both the morning and evening services Somerset Herald About Digestion It is not the quantity of food taken but the amount digested and asslml aced that gives streugth and vitality to the system Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Invigorate the stomach and liver and enable them to perform their functions The result Is a relish for your food increased strength and weight greater en lurance and a clear head Price 25 cents Samples free For sale by ull druggists The Relief Committee of which Gov Dawson of West Virginia is chairman has issued a statement of conditions rising out of the Monongah mine dia aster and appeals to the public to contribute 175000 for tho aid of the wid lows and orphans Louis B Sternber a grocer and his Kansas City were brutally murdered by robbers Sternbergs head vas beaten to a jelly with an iron bolt md his wifes skull was split with a leaverInsurance companies are refusing urther risks on tobacco in Western Kentucky and some companies are ordering policies already canceled New Orleans was almost a dry town Sunday Only those known to saIloonsNew York experienced another blue SundaTho police say the sa loons were The only places of amusement open were those protects injunctionsOtto mortally wounded his landlady at Columbus 0 then shot Miss Myrtle Spence in tho arm and putting the weapon to his own head killed himself Heros GoodAdvice- s O S Woolovcr ono of the Des known merchants of Lo Raysvlllo NI YI says If you are over trouble with piles apply Bucklcns Arnlci Salve It cured me of them for 20 years ago Cures every soroI wound burn or abrasion 2c at nys Drug Sto- reStockholders Meetin mooting of tho stockholders of the Nn tlonnl Hank of lluttonvllle will bo held lit their bonking house In Hiutonvlllo the odd Tueslny in JRIIIIIry UIIItwt1I I out A for the purpose of olictliiK director to serve the ensuing year J W IIOCKHII Cllthlrr StockholdersMeeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Klrxt National Hunk of HtnnforU will lx held nt their banking houiu the second Tue dny In ollcllngdlrectoraJOltS J McKoiiKHT fatbler StockholdersMeeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Lin colt 1ounty National llnnkol Wtiinforil will bo held at their bunking house the second Tuesday In January hear for the purpose ol electing directors for the enulna year W HHiailTOaihlcr 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Kepre sentetl Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly CourierJournalAND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Kew people In the United Stats have oat heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all tblugs clean in all things U Is essentially a family paper Ky a special arrangement we are enabled to of ter the WEEKLi UOUKIEKOUIINAL one year and this paper for the price named above tend your subcrlptlou for tho com- bInation to unot tc tbe CourierJournal Druggist Takes His Own Medicine The man who sells remedies for most of the human ills and hears day after day the opinions of people who have used these remedies naturally comes to know the superior inferior and when the time cqmes that he hrs to de cide on which remedy he will take he of course selects the one he lias heard the most praise of His own opinion coupled with that of his customers ought to eo far In convincing the layman that the remedy tie druggist selects Is the best in tho CllyKaDIyears and when finally he himself began to suffer from stomach trouble he had no hesitancy In deciding which remedy on his shelf be would PepsinNowus opinion andhels cured It was tbe same wlthDruggist Kenned Lednrton Ill lie was not very robust alen- had constipation and such troubles so going what his customers who had used It told him he took Dr Coldwclls Syrup Pepsin and has bIoen a well men ever since anyirueglstveils Syrup Pepsin for obstinate constipation lyspepsla Indigestion flatulency biliousness jaundice and other liver troubles whether the dlseiuo Is In an Infant child woman or man It Is the best family laxative It Is gentle and effective pleasant and sure Tbe proprietors tnasantcB it absolutely both as to purity end atolls to bo exiwctod Usually ono or two loses will bring about complete change for tbe better and as It Is only cents or Si abot DuyabollloCDCR TESTThote witting to ty DrCiKJ 115 Syrup Pepsin before buy Irg cm have a tree sample bottle sent to t tir horns by Bfldrestlw the company This offer It to prove that the remedy do ti we claim and It only cpen to those who have never taken It send for It If you lure sty tymptomi stomach liver or disease Gentlest oldfolksPUBUO VTRDICT No Laxative So Good and Sure as DR CALOWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product beau purity guarantee No 17 Washington o PEPSIN SYRUP CO 118 Caldwell Bldg Monlleello til rNSURANCE Win Lightning Windmono Ufa and looldenl None the HTUONOKHT and 3KST Companies Represented Lowest Pos dble Rates Gunruntvvd Lou Paying neo Ud Unequalled Talk with AHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 oehnr tor examination loientltlcnl ly testing Vyes by uplodntu methods Pro iirlptlcm Klaies ground to ordvr iut worksty le frame or mounting anil mnterlnl ullrIlIlU1 MitUfuctory ehnrgllIwlrRte IVrinnnently located In Central Telephone llulldlng Ky Ij C IVKIIGraduated Optometrist THE MIDWINTER TERM Which Is the rush term opens Jim Ita you want to Wn working unit In the lives mot nmbltiou fiithunliitilc and llol1l1 body of ttacher tvvr twtlierwl Kentuckyftnow about appointment to frro tuition If you have not already dour to and write to the President of the K KH N for a rntnloK telling him what studies you tie sire Asides It N IlOAIIK Illchmond Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY IA fine blur grass farm for tale situated on new pike near Point eavell stud six mile Iouth of Lancaster containing wu acres located In good neighborhood being tart of the John walker tract with a 1m mi tome new two tor7 lovenroom residence thereon recently completed with nil out tarn Well wateredaixneverfalling springs and creek running through TKIIU cmh In hand balance one rind two years f of sale bearing six percent untilInterest paid Tenons looking for such place plMiMi write BM and Inrtbull Walker living on farm at Iolni Unveil or W O Walker Stanford Ky IsaUlle P K M and W 0 tlniker olnt Ienyrll K r DEAD GAME If you will bring your Hun and llevolven to me and let me put them In Unitclass condition I have hud yl years experience In that business I put new handles on Razor Blades Forrols on Walking Canos and Re pair Umbrellas Make a specialty of lilting all kinds of keys to nil kinds of locks all kinds repairing on bicycles stud keep In stork all kinds of bicy coo repairs Jive me a trial nnd you will be satisfied OlUKMAY 19 N Third Ht hanvinehy n TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- EmwaImars STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs nttings Pie turn Frames Shades Lace Curtains und Wall Paper Mr E T Benzley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE O PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 1GGor 133 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO- NoItuaeres on the pike near Highland a room house barn mulotli outbuildings nice orchard This proper tllnur cbure DmllchoolboIlIO Is well worth the price 1fXJ No rIfa acres miles South of Oral Or chard on the has u twostory house good barn orcimrd and Is well water eds about 100 acres of this land Is bottom land and produces line crops A bargain IUXI jS cash In one and two years No3IIH acres on Buck Greek near Way nesburg room house barn and other out hulldlnus plenty of water Cash price JJ WINo4I1IlIcrea near Level Creel hock castle tarot huts a now y story frame liuusowould cost to build now tiW good burn crib Ac located near church and school This Is n nice home and can tai bought for I le per acre y cash rw mulnderln months Nol the nliova farms lOOncr In cultivation Dwelling of rooms tool burn and other outbuildings nice or chllrd One of the lest s rings In tho county Irlce FVUO half cash balance and 1 rears No snit acres adjoining farms Not and acres In cultivation butane In Urn lIr Good white oak hickory und some hue ether llns 4story log huso and good orch urdi well watered Oasis price tiWX NoiyaJucres near Marelsburg Ky Mil UCrlM In good dwelling house tarn and necessary outbuildings nile water irid school church und It It station Price rlJUH Yt cash balance in ono and two years No 8214 acres near Conway Ky nearly nil of thus farm Is bottom lid tine for corn md meadow dwelling liouonow urn and other buildings on county road nlles from hereto College Cask price JV IJNoonoros on Drakes from Crab fWoltnril rule fttcin adjoins the lke and Is u part of tho Geo Kvans farm Lhls Is line loud and Kl condition t nil lecussary buildings Tap Is bargain lit 00 per nerd No l0ra fore near Htanford Ky In nleo shape with nil necessary bulldlngseto be bought worth the money 1For full particulars In regard to all tho orlenses Christmas r Presents If you are going to give a present why not give one thatis USEFUL such as the artitcles named below A handsome Umbrellaifor a lady or gentlemany 5 75Q and 1OOO A Silk Scarf 2 3 and 350 Fancy SilkIHandkerchiefs 25 and 50c White Hemrstitched with initial letters 50c l Mens Ties all Styles 25vnm 50 75C and 100 Large Plain White Silk Handkerchiefs 50c and Mens Half Hose 25c to 150 Ladies Silk Hose i 150 2 and 3 Per Pair I Scarf Pins Collar Buttons Cuff Buttons Gentlemens Initial Linen Handkerchiefs packed 12 dozen to the box 150 a box r seta H J McROBERTSIii STANFORD KENTUCKY 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 woo PEININY DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGE p iWhen you think of ALDRIDGE think of Roofing If R The best ROOF PAINT furnishedr and put on t S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Banzai Tooth Powder I Is Hard to Beat 1 Try It f Only 25 Cents tt STANFORD DRUG CO Waste Paper Baskets 50o to 8125 Raflier Straw Handkerchief Boxes J8c Rallior Straw Glovo Boxes 18c Wash Rag Bags 35c Fancy Handker tchief Boxes 25 to I8e Nancy Glovo Boxes 25 to 48c Handkerchief Bags fiOc Shoo Pockets 25c Broom Pockets 25 and 50c Brush Pockets SOc Pin- Cushions lUc to 81 Calendars 25c Match Scratches 25c rio Hacks 30c Mending Sets 25 and 39c Embroidery Sets 89o Rugs 08c to 8350 Back Combs lOc to 81 Beaded Bags 81 to 83 Silk Petticoats 85 to 810 Silk Scarfs 50c to 8360 Silk Shawls 82 to 85 Itox of Iluching 25c Work Boskets 25e and up Mens Mulllcrs 25c to 8150 Fancy Ilondkercbicf boxes 0 and lOc I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD BtANFono KY DKC 17 1907 TRY some of our Imported Pure Olive Oil R5c and GOc a Drug Store PERSONALS i Miss Loam CARSON is quite sick Vuins WHEN is ill of typhoid fever f MR T D RANEY has been sick for several days f MR JAMES WREN remains very ill of typhoid fever MR AND MRS C R COLEMAN were In Danvillo yesterday Miss LYLES COOPER has been very tick with malarial fever Mn J J EMIIRY of Madison Is with his relative Mr T J Foster Mn W II SHANKS joined his wife other fathers In Madison Saturday Miss MATTIE WILCHER is visiting Hustonvlllo and Moreland friends Miss EVA WEST of Nicholaavlllo was the guest ofMlss Lena Reynoldi- MR SAM LEVITAN left for Princeton Ind Saturday to see his sister who is III MR GEORGE PHBLPS of Madison I j 1 Fowler pent several days with Dr Clifton MRS MARTHA ADAMSspcnt last week with her sons and daughters ot Ilus tonvillc iJR R H PBTTUS of Somerset wits s the guest of his cousin Mrs J P Cummin Miss LULA BUGLE MONTGOMERY of Crab Qrchanl spent several days with Mrs T C Dall- MR W L WILKINSON of Hannibal IiMo is with his brothers R D and Edward Wilkinson MRS M F IULUNS and daughter Miss Margaret of Paint Lick are with Miss Eulah Tottcn MRS KATHRYN BBAZLEY was called t to Versailles by the illness of her- r mother Mrs W S Grlnstead i MSUAIFs JUDD P111LWP3 anti Bud CundlfT of Liberty are guests of Mee i dames It B and Ed Wilkinson had a pleasant call Friday from 1WE S M Spoonamoro and her pretty Miss Jewell Spoonamoro THOMAS COLLIER of Somerset ICame up Friday and rented his farm Maywood to Thomas M Boone Mn A G FAULKNER who is on rev enue duty at Sliver Creek spent a few days with the homefolks at Highland AND Mits H J McHoRERTS IIMIt a few Uny with tho family of E Baldwin in Madison county MAY TRAYLOR and Katherine and Margaret Huffman arc visiting Miss Anno Ashlock at Gilberts Creek Mn WALTER CURTIS and wife who havo been with his parents Mr and Mrs William Curtis returned to Nash ville last week Mn AND MRS MORRIS J HARRIS of Louisville spent a few days with his brother and sister Mr George B liar rh and Mrs Hannah L Steger MR G W BRONAUGH formerly ofi Crab Orchard has located at Blanchard Oklahoma Wo hopb tho clever young man will do well in his adopted BRIGHT of tho Waddlo Grocery Co Is confined at homo ill Fred Cur tis who has been in California for tho past two months has returned homes Somerset Journal DR AND MRS XYTLE ADAMS of Parsons Kans are visiting tho formers t parents Mr and Mrs Willis Adams They will bo hero until tho first of the i yenrMt Vernon Signal MR S S ELMORE who has spent tho past year farming in tho Goshen section will move to Anderson Ind this week He has secured a good po with an interurban line MnAl C WILLIAMS was appointed Chaplain of Somerset Lodge B P 0 Elks Miss Grace Grinstead of Stanford is the jjuest of Mr G T Grin stead and wife Somerset Times MR W F SHERIDAN formerly of this place is now inspector of trans portation for the L N for all of the companys roads North of Nashville Tho position is a responsible one and tho salary isjbig- SATURDAYS Louisville Times contained a picture of handsome Miss Elizabeth rimes of EJlzabcthtown Sho is a daughter of the late Joo S Grimes who f lived in Stanford many years and was 1abrother of Mr W P Grimes MRS EDGAR WILKINSON and pretty daughter Miss Gertrude of Stanford t 7 wero visiting hero the first of tho week Mrs C F Montgomery who has been with her sick mother Mrs T L Car enter at Hustonville has returne- dhomoLlbcrty News Miss MARY JEWEL STEPHENSON or Lebanon Junction Ky Is visiting her grandmother Mrs W P Stephenson of Maywood MESSRS W W WITHERS of Lexington Apperson Novlus of Winchester and John B of Lebanon June tion attended the burial of their ret tiVI Mr F S McClary yesterday DR J E TYLER loft yesterday ttor his home In Meade county Dr Tyler has been proscription clerk at tho Stanford Drug Co for several months and has made many friends during hli stay here who wish him success where ever ho may locate LOCALS SEE W II Muellers ad SEE the action fence at Singletons STOCK and Ppulttryfood Single tons BROWN Leghorn roosters for sale at each S HAldridge Stanford BUY a Cloak or Fur at 25 per cent ofT for a Xmas present at Severances COME and make your Xmas selection while we havo a good stock to select from Farris THE magistrates are called to meet Tuesday Dec 17 to finish up tho years business XMAS presents which will make your friend think of you forever at W H Muellers IP you want to make homo happy Christmas let us sell you a doll Stan ford Drug Co SIIEniFFJ Hill will begin the publication of his delinquent list in our Fridays issue LOST a plain gold ring at laundry fire with given name inside Leave at this office and receive reward 21 A GREAT opportunity for buyers of winter goods in tho clean up sale at Severances ono more week only FOR SALE OR RnNTMy residence on West Main Street Must be dis posed of in the next 10 days J H Baughman THE barn of Mr John Myers of tho Millcdgevillo section burned a few nights ago A horse and considerable corn and other feed burned Tile necktie party given at the skat leg rink next Friday night will be an enjoyable affair Engage your skates at once before all are spoken for ON Dec 20 to 25 inclusive and Dec 30 and 31 and Jan 1 the L N will sell round trip tickets nt 11 fares plus 25c The tickets are good until Jan MR JoHN W ono Liberty oldest and best citizens died there las week Ho is survived by his wife or several children including Messrs P W and J R Whipp Go to tho bazaar and exchange next Saturday Dec 21 for black cake can dies and all kinds of good things Door open at 10 A M Lancaster street two doors above sheriffs office J THOMAS CHERRY hr clever Brod head merchant has had a big lot o bills printed at this office telling of his immense stock of Christmas goods etc Call and see his stock and take advan tago of the low prices he is offering THERE is a good deal of typhoid fever in town and many are of the opin ion that it is caused by impure water The attention of the Water Light Ice Co is called to this If there is anything r wrong at tho water works let nothing bo left undone in the effort to right things Others claim that the fe ver is the result of bad sewerage and if such is tho case let the city council act at once In the mean time let us nil clean up and do all In our power to prevent a further spread of the horrible disease R LEE DAVIS formerly of Crab Orchard was fined 20 by Judge Morris who is trying tho Caleb Powers case at Georgetown Davis who is working over time in order to please tho republicans in his reports to tho Lex- Ington Leader was fined for writing an article scoring Guards Longmiro and Clark Ho charged that they gave Youtsey the freedom of the hotel he was stopping at and many other privileges while James Iloward was kept under constant surveilance His excoriation for thein alleged discrimination was very severe Can We Help You To decide the vexing question of what to buy for a Christmas present Carefully scan these lists and J ou will no doubt find a useful andappropriate present Come to Our Store and Look at These and You Will be PleasedrRemember our Cut Price Sale it still on and you may want a more substantial gift We are giving a reduction of 25 per cent on all Cloaks Suits Skirts and Furs Fott fruits and candies go to Farris 25 run discount on any Cloak Suit Skirt or Fur at Severancns Go to Rowland for firstclass phM09o at 60c per dozen during holidays Franl Cordier MAMMOTH Uronze turkeys for sale Puro stock Mrs G C Lyon Huston vlllc Ky- THOSE who have looked at Sever ancos Xmas gooasay they are tho prettiest SILVKULACK Wyandotto Roosters or puro strain for sale Mrs A J Illee R P D Moreland Ky KEEP in mind the Fiddlers Co ttat Waltons Opera House on Fri duy night Dec 27th Six cash prize to the best fiddlers TilE Central Kentucky Real Estat Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices WE have the latest assortment orI writing paper in Stanford Buy a write best a letter exI iDrugDONT forget the annual bazaar to be given by the Ladles Aid Society of the Baptist church next Saturday Dec 21 on Lancaster street two doors above the sheriffs office sPOCKET knives table cutlery salad bowls cake plates nlcklu plated ten kettles coffee pots and carving sets make handsome Xmas presents You will find them at Goo D Hoppers McClvuiY Between 8 and 9 oclock Saturday night there died in Stanford one of the finest young men we have ever known It was Forest S McClary junior member of the firm of Cummins McClary and a son of the late Mr W Frank McClary Typhoid fever was the cause of his death and ho had been ill from it nearly four weeks At first his case was considered very mild but complications set up and for several PhYSICimslrealized ceased was 29 years old a strict mom ber of the Baptist church and a model young man Ho was the soul of honor and a gentleman in all the word means A little over two and a half years ago ho led to the altar Miss Katherinc Baughman eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs M S Baughman and she and two little daughters Elfin Withers and Dora Baughman are left to keenly fee the loss of a devoted husband and fatb cr Three sisters Misses Stella Ad die and Mattio McClary thesecond now in Omaha Neb lose by his taking away a brother who has been brother and father both May they all be giv blowImade to realize that their loss is his eternal gain Mr McClarys lathe died when ho was 16 years old and he immediately set about to take his place He succeeded in this as ho has in hi every other undertaking Some five years ago ho was called on to give up his mother This gave him additions responsibilities but he again proved himself equal to the occasion Thus it will bo seen that Mr McClarys shot life has been spent most commendably caring for his widowed mother and or phan sisters and at the same time as listing in a mercantile enterprise tha has steadily grOwn to splendid propor tions After an unconsciousness 01 some time the deceased came into ful possession of his mental faculties aboui 8 oclock Saturday morning and talker with his family and friends for severe hours He expressed his willingness to meet his Maker but his desire to re main with his family was great Nc man over loved homo anel family more He sent for a number of friends and relatives and plead with them to so live that they would meet him in the land that is fairer than day The scene was a most affecting one and his timely admonition will redound to much good we verily believe Ho again sank into un consciousness and remained so until the end came Rev 0 M Huey of Somerset assisted by Rev J Murray Tay ior of this place conducted the funeral services at his late homo on East Main street at 1 oclock yesterday afternoon after which the largo crowd of sorrow ing friends followed the remains to Buf falo cemetery where all that was moral of the good neighbor and excellent cisizen was laid away to await the resurrection morn DONT forget the necktie party at the rink Friday night A prize each to the wearer of the largest and smallest tics THE ladies of the Baptistchurch at Crab Orchard will have a bazaar at that place next Saturday 21st in the Masonic building Oysters will be served in any style from 11 A M till 10 p at 25c Go and help a good cause TninnLB PENCE have just received the latest and nicest line of chairs pic Lures parlor tables rugs and statuary for Xmas ever shown in Stanford Bring sunshine and gladness into your home by making a present of some of theseKnEMERMrs Charles Kremer who was Miss Eliza Harris and who lived here many years ago is dead of pneu monia in San Francisco She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry T Harris Her mother now lives in Lou isville but her father is buried in Buf falo cemetery CHRISTMAS THEE There will be a Christmas tree at the Christian church Ion Xmas eve 24th All members of the various churches in Stanford ore cordially invited to place gifts upon the tree for members of their families and others if desired The doors will be open at 530 oclock All are invited to come and see old Santa Claus make many hearts glad DROPPED Tile CONTEsTIIon Ben B King who filed notice of contest on Mr W 11 Shanks his successful op ponent in the Representatives race has decided to drop the contest We congratulate the clever and gallant old gentleman on his change of mind We have always thought him too mag nanimous a man to try to oust on ap ponent who had beat him at the politi cal game IT was clearly demonstrated last week that our people are not theatre goers The Bell Boy Co was beyond doubt the best theatrical attraction Stanford has had in years and the gross receipts for the three nights were only 14525 The weather was bad how ever and the management did not expect big crowds but he hoped that the clever performers would not be compell ed to show to empty scats The mana ger of the opera house is not dependent on the receipts of the play house for supportbut ho is not running it for fun and if it continues to be a moneylosing enterprise lights will be turned off in Waltons Opera House and the place used for other purposes The management has endeavored to bring good at tractions and he thinks that the patrons of the house have not been sold certainly not for the lost few years Something must be wrong and ho is delirious of knowing what it is that the trouble may bo remedied if possible That Stanford should have a playhouse there Is no doubt but we can not believe that her people want ono person to act the philanthropist and foot all the bills PUBLIC SALE JInvlne iltcUlrtl to move to Onltrornlii iiiul laving sold my farm I desire to sell on TJIUItSIUY DEC 1W nil of my pertonnlty consisting of tw- ebinders2lmowera 2 rakes x cultiva tors lUc harrow niul two hors wagons and nil kinds of Iuerness t buggies and carts nlso n new hump breaks WJ bides of goodTlnnotlq hay sow and ment hogs 8 horses mule u milk rows fresh In Jam unry also my entire lot of household nnd kitchen furniture nod ninny other things too tedious to mention Mule will promptly nt 10 AI Terms Unsh- MUH OVBY ANDERSON Turnerovllle Ky Col J I Chandler Auet NECK TIB SKATING RINK Pay Stanford Rink Club tD Iurs 75c to 812 Cloaks 85 to 825 Towels Cc to 8150 Linen Centers 8150 Ribbon Trimmed Glove Boxes 7fic to 82 Hat Pin Holders 25 and 50c Shoo Pin Cushions 19c to 81 Handkerchiefs 5 to i5e Ladies Linen Initial Handkerchiefs lOc Hos Supporters 25 to 50c Pillow Top 25and 50c Umbrellas 50c to 8750 Gloves 81 to 8350 Table Covers 25c and up Dresser Covers 25c and up Chaplain Pockets 25c to 82 Dozen Hose 8150 and 82 A Dozen Socks 8150 and 82 hens Sus penders 25o to 81 liens Gloves 25c to 81 Girls Caps 25 and 39c Chil drens Furs 81 and up Fine Blankets 8350 to 8750 Fine Comforts 8250 South IDepot Xmas Goods New Assortment of Toys Xmas Belts Harps Blocks Roaming Beetles Crayons Whistles Etc Let us be Your Santa Claus TRIBBLE HUGHES Goods Notions Shoes IDry Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 25 PER CENTOFFi We have Reduced the Price 25 Per Cent on All of Our Ladies and Misses Cloaks per W B PerkinsCrab OrchardI The Lid The Lid The Lid 1 It is oil on prices at the Emporium at Huston ville We arc price fighters Your tI Lid Bo sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected tho cream of tho market for you Como and bo convinced in this line We undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can ideaee you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all We carry a general line Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a pair of Shoes I wonder that OU have been so disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our Fall and Winter stock is now full and complete Como and inspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter GIFT STOVES Are appropriate durable and inexpensive Those who contemplate giving Stoves for Christmas will find our immense STOCK and LOW PRICES great aids to satisfactory selection Our reputation guarantees reliability no matter how little tho price may bo We have all style and sizes Prices 300 and Up Stoves held for delivery at any desired time st t Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky f I The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford w ttoonddatt matter- TVDLI5UAO TCKSDAXa AND rRIOAT AT 5100 PER YEAR CAS- When not eo paid 1200 will be charged L N TIME TABLE No SI Mouth 1111 p N No SI South HUM PM No North 433 A X Nolf North lIT P x JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky NOTICEAny Ire Hire teller cnn leave H Newland nt Htnnford lie has one he will show you and thke your order and will nil the tame on short noticeD T LUN8FOKD B D CARTERN- ew Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owsley Building Joseph 3244 Vol I Is bred and has been accepted for reg- istryInthe tlrst volume of The American Tnmworth Hwlne Record Association Hook under the rulesof the association end will beNo3 ll as above Hlro Kdword No SV cVim Alexandra No 2M7 Hire of Hire Maple li OUR llruco No y dam of BlreCunadlan Nellie 2 ll Hire of hun Kentucky nOfNo IM darn of It Is well hIgdeatprkeewinounhnmiket Illsiresold no- rZsliledaniAlexnndraweight 1AM sold tot llE lie crosses well with every breed I will stand hIm nt U cash J JLBeazleyCo UndertaKera and Embalm erstAlso Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY JeC McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone Home Phone 35 S POSTED We whose names appear below strictly r forbid hunting lulling or kind of tres passing on our places urn will prosecute vi olator to the full extent of the law Alex Mrs Mary Mrs WnlterWarrenTrsM tleWhite Hpoonumore It Carter Hen P Martin 3L Y Lawrence Keubeu Curtis J Hooker J M Pettus T A Rice Morgan Uhnppvll- GreenAmiimlt Hohuoller Kerrlll JI HolUclnw O W lUsty MrsJK Pulllum HI Pulllam Peter Ilulmer Mrs Katherine Ador Messer A Ililt Oil Ashley OUimnon Jnmes N Omth J Nevln Carter O M Back Joseph Hnllou M K Mrs Jus IliiliiiH- DrJ n Onllltmisch JO Carpenter Mrs HnlHccu HOnriKiitcr W P MarHn A It Kry J II Thompson Tholluu errlll Jus ItHklclmoru David Burton J It Hunch M1 ItloliurtUon Joseph Krnt MUs Mettle lluwes Hros Kred VonOruengan K KHnlntH Albert VonQruBiiijan A T Iillburn looch N II Plumnier Fred llaumaiin Itlclutrd tester Owsley Dunn Will Hunter W 0- 1111tanelley Floyd J W Peck JI Jarvis JW Ilauichman J K Bruce JOHpratt DOooch YIfItlgney- fItUnderwoodHonMrs Mary 0lnveus John Alcorn John UIiUlellllch wru0ardler l an Traylor M I Kliuoru k Mrs N UlIotJtJ O E Tote David Htovem John Jufer Durham W Hltout U ot- llbrf FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE Somo nice meat hogs John B Foster Stanford J H Baughman sold to J B Foster 18 900pound cattle at 3Jc A R Math ny sold to Thomas Napier two cars of corn at 260 100 itNFOR SALE70 good ewes Must goat once A R Matheny Stanford R F D No1 ESTRAV Since Dec 9 a red brood sow weight 200 pounds N W Fowle Phone 182 Rowland Ky A J Hayden of Boyle got 73 bushels and 40 pounds of corn from nine shocks of corn 16 hills square each He sold it at 250 J r Bingaman bought of B D Eloltzclaw nine 1050pound cattle at 4c Mr Bingaman bought them for G W Coulter of Boyle Nearly 11000 sheep were drowned In Mad river in Washington They became panicstricken when the leaders slipped down a mountain and plunged into the riverD- ANVILLE COURTA small crowd attended Danville court yesterday and business generally was dull Only a few cpttle were on the market and nobody seemed anxious for them The horse and mule market wasquiet Cincinnati dealers have sold to M B Lovell a dairyman of Bourbon county 300000 pounds of domestic cabbage Mr Lovell will feed the cabbage to his milk cows as he believes cabbage to be one of the greatest milk producers of any vegetable There is a great revival of the inter est taken in colt racing in the East and more two and threeyearolds will be in training in the Spring than ever before This increased interest is caused by the large number of rich stakes now offer cd for colt trotters and pacers it now being possible for a good threeyearold to win over 30000 in one season The American Tobacco Co is employ ing a full force of men in its warehouse Nicholasville says a dispatch and as much tobacco is being received as was received this time last year A W King the buyer has not attempted to buy any crops that were pledged to the Society of Equity and no fears are en tertained that the night riders will at tack his place fromA tickling cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And It Is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give It without hesitation oven to veryyoung babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stoma of a lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or sup press Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor uses The Sacred Serb Always demand Dr Snoops Cough Cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store A teacher had been telling her class of boys that worms had become so numerous that they destroyed the crops and it was necessary to import the English sparrow to exterminate them The sparrows multiplied very fast and were driving away our native birds Johnny was apparently inattentive and the teacher thinking to catch him napping said- Johnny which is worse to have wotfTIs or sparrows l Please I never had the sparrows Ladies Home Journal Badly Nixed Up Abraham Brown of Wintorton 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 hlood poison and the fifth stomach and liver trouble but none of them helped me so ray 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 Guaranteed to cure blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by Pen nys Drug Store SOc William is getting up a literary club Hickory is the only kind that will ever bring him to his senses said the- old man Atlanta Constitution Passed Examination Successfully James Donahue New Britain Conn wrltcstI I tried several kidney remedies and was treated by our best physicians for diabetes but did not Improve until I took Foleys Kidney Cure After the second bottle I showed improvement and five bottles cured mo completely I have since passed a rigid examination for life Insurance Foleys Kidney Cure cures backache and all forms of kidney and bladder trouble G L Pen ny Mistressto her maid Julie just go- over to the butchershop and see if he- has pigs feet- Maidon her returnNo maam he- has got boots on How Diphtheria is Contracted- One often hears the expression liMy child caught a severe cold which d velopcd Into diphtheria when th truth was that the cold had simply left the little one particularly susceptlbl to tho wandering diphtheria germ When Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is given It quickly cures the cold and lessens the dang rot diphtheria or another y germ disease being contracted For sale Uy all dr glstsIAll concerns employing Negroes a Birmingham Marshall county have re ceived notices from citizens that hereafter no Negroes must be employed In any capacity A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally Is tho stoppage of liver and bowel funct Inns To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings Now Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed antis factory In every case or money back at Pennys Drug Store 2Jc Mrs Ann Sheron has sued fordivorci at Paducah after 50 years of marital life Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup the 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 Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agent Catalogue ou application 11 F HnIENS1I YEn SON- SLexington Ky Rheumatism I have found a tried and tested cure for Khtu matron Not a remedy that will straighten the distorted limbs of chronic nipples nor turn bony growths back to fleih again Th is Impossible Uu I can now surely kin the paw and Panes of Iris deploratJe disease B ChfraUt In the City DarmstadtHound the last Ingredient with which lr whoops Ilbeuraatto Remedy was I perfected dependable prescription that last ingredient I lucctufully mdeI ihny cases of Rheumatism but now at latonnly cure all curable cases of this dreaded disease Those nndllka cranular wand found Inllheumatlclllood teem todtuolre IDd pail away under the this remedy ufreely as doea r when added to pure water And then when dluolred these poisonous freely psu from the system and the wutelI ltheumatlsm tone forever There Is n iu3er lancer withoouttthelp lVa tell and In confidence rccommood Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy I 25O onewarning IHTKVIH Shelby City Ky McKINNEY MAnlLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite 1VortMcKlnney Ky Hhop closed on Hntunluy HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE IN CRAI ORCHARD I have for twoshouse and lute on Fair- Ground Htrwt Terms made known on nn plication CHAH HUTU UK It Crab Orchard Ky GOOd Business for Sale My anti general stock of timer thQIIN IIIIOO1K Mnrkslmry Ky HOTEL FOR RENT I ofTer tor rent for the year llth m lintel In Innnister known ni 10 Mason Hotel or liilnes House Tho building It well located calf enjoys n good pnlronaijo A good op ortunlty for the right mun Apply nt once MllH K J MAHOX Lancaster Ky GILIERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no ones ordi hut come and see All goods sold nt prices25c Ladies Underwear also fuclim tort ut toe oars for Sic Sealers of IJMIOX Wolverine soap for liv t 10cont Moils Ilnon yellers for lAo Menii Sweaters for IntWIIIIIIWGIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there itio dinerenco in the price of rrsdy made sultt mind a suit mnd tu your iiieaiure ken by an expvrlenciHl tntlorT have a handsome lute of Fall Winter good Ian make from n low prloo business suit to the finest dress suit Overcoats Trout irs and fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none I1IIttILFTheTllllor IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI Anyeaecertain a ktolb and dMCll1t1n1l Oulttl onr opinion nee elba InTentlnn tlon ifl ascertain ProblblrlfnCOmmanl anI JIOIaleoll lTS racial notut without chorte la lbe A IaUoneoldbyallnewdealenIiUNN j llraoch Offlo CS F BU Whlmnm JJ C Great Reduction J 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 wITHOUt NEW ORLEANS CHANGE VIA QUEEN 6 CRESCENT ROUTE Winter Tourist Tickets REWARD IIGoodFor Information are list of hotels address D a KINO a P 0 T A 111 Mala St teilafiton Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY SOY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY 1NCOHPORATIO S WantedBlue Grass Farms If you want to sell or exchange your Farm Store Mill or other v property write to us We nrcIthe oldest und most extensive advertisers of any real estate f 1 agency in Kentucky and arc in touch with buyers all over the country and we can sell your property It costs nothing to list with us We ask no charges unless property sells We also make a specialty of collecting notes and accountsti t If you have Lilly for collection write to us Address Reference First National Bank Farmers National Bunk and Citizens I3nnkiSomerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky TO HOUSEKEEPERS I I The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED I e Celebrated Lamp Oil FIRE PROOF Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is superior in every respect to the SoCall ed Fancy Oils for which you pay more money Try it and be convinced jFor sale by all uptodate dealers HOLIDAY PRESENTS JI We have just received the nicesttassortment of Chinaware Queens ware Lamps and Novelties ever HI shown in Stanford for Christmas Come and buy your Xmas gift while the stock is complete GEORGE H FARRIS First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock SSOOOOi This Institution was original established as the Deposit flank of Stanford In tillthen reorganised as the National Hank of Stanford lUll and again reorganised as the First National nark of Stanford In 1183 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing Business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers J 8 UOOKKIt Pr1s 8 T Hiatus V Pre J McKOIIKKTB Ohr W II WKAKKNAsstOhri Directors II V Reid DanTllle BT Harris Stanford J 8 Mocker StanfordtK L Tanner s McRlnneytM D Elmore II Bangbman Stanford f T P III11 StanfordyJM Robinson Hubble J II BauRbtnan Stanford J M Pettus Btanford 0 E Tate Stanford the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 2600000 Is H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W II Traylor tHGooch Wayncaburg Ky