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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL fVOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 20 1907 NO 84 l MIDDLEBURG buggytTho Sunday l their meeting with Prof J S Lawhom Friday night Itev J S Taylor filled tho Methodist pulpit Sunday In tho absence of Rev Hunt tho pastor who was at Bruces Chapel holding quarterly mooting A warrant for tho arrest of ono Sa rah Wall charging her with threaten ing to do violence to person and prop erty was issued and an cITort will be made to have her give bond for good behavior Rov W J Taylor of tho Bible Col lego Lexington will likely bo called to the pastorate of tho Christian church nt Yosemite Bro Taylor Is an Austral ian and preaches well for the very short time ho has been in the business Great preparation Is being made for I tho school entertainment hero on tho night of tho 21st Mrs Laura Lee and f daughter Miss Bessie havo worked hard in getting It up nnd it is hoped that success will crown their efforts This is general closing week for the schools in this county Miss Bcttio Royalty at Carpenters Creek Miss Lula Adams at Turkey Knob Miss Wil lie Fogle at Bllisburg Misses Mar- I Bryant and Etta Gifford at Teak and Miss Stella Compton at Lanhams will closo this week and theso young ladies will spend tho holidays at their homes I hereHenry McAninch has returned from tho Jamestown Exposition where ho had a position In tho admission depart I ment Wm Miller who has been in feeble health for some weeks is still I unablo to como to town Wallace Hans ford and wife nnd George and Wclby his brothers were hero Monday to see 1William Hunsford their fathor who is and Preston Miller nnd Frank Lee who wero powder burned some two weeks ago have recovered and are abjo to attend school again When Go Home From tho DltifTlon Ind Banner When tired out go homo Whoa you want consolation go home When you want fun go homo When yoa want to show others that you have reformed go homo and let your family got acquainted with tho fact When you want to show yourself at your best go homo and do tho act there Whoa you feel like being extra liberal go homo and practice on your who and ohlldrcu Oral Wheu you want to shlno with extra brilliancy go homo nnd light up the whole household To which wo would add when you have a bad cold go homo and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy and a r quick euro it certain For into by all druggists t Every littlo whippersnapper whether of tho press or people who wants honorable 7 and conspicuous men i tlon will now waltz to the front and viciously uttack exGovernor Beck ham or his administration Tho Cour ier Journal and tho Louisville Times will do the rest But mark you and mind you The moons are not man when these mouthing groundlings will bo a cipher with tho ring rubbed out There is ever and always a day of retribution for tho false and the ma licious Somerset Journal A Home Made Happy by Cham berlains Cough Remedy About two months ago our baby girl had measles which settled on hot lungs and at last resulted In a severe attack of bronchitis We had two doctors but no rollef was obtained Kvurybody thought she would die I went to eight clllTerent stores to find n certain remedy which had been recommended to mo and failed to got It when ono of the storekeepers insisted that I try Chamberlains Cough Remedy I did so and our baby is Vyalive and well today Goo W Sconce Holly Springs N C For sale by all druggists Wife Havent you any change about youHusbandNo my dear This morning the president of my bank borrowed my last quarter Lifo Trial Catarrh treatments are bein mulled out free on request by Dr Shol5plHaclne Wta Those tests are providing to tho pooplowithout a pennys cost tho great valuo of this BclentUlo prescription known to drum gists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug Store It lea remarkable fact that the sun haint shono on our old Kentucky homo since Gov Willson took hold of the reins of government Can it bo that Old Sol is as sorry to see him as the Democrats 7Frankfort Journal For any of the ordinary diseases of tho skin Chamberlains Salvo Is excellent I It not only allays tho Itching and smarting but elTects a cure For sale by all druggists BRODHEAD Banker H II Hutchison and wife were in Louisville this week Tho meeting nt tho Methodist church has been deferred indefinitely owing to illness of Rev Carters daughter Rev A J Pike preached an excel lent sermon at the Baptist church Sun day night A good crowd was present Our merchants are making a fine Sis play of Christmas Rood each trying to excel the other It would bo hard to decide who has tho best Several land buyers aro in our midst and real estate transfers aro expected to take place soon Tho price of land In this county is increasing rapidly The Christian church Sunday school will havo a Christmas tree at tho church Tuesday evening We understand steps aro being taken to mako it a union af fair which wo think would bo best Tho ladies of tho Baptist church will give aIplo supper Christmas night Tho most popular young man prevent will bo given a largo pic and tho most popular young lady a nice cako Tho proceeds of the supper arc for tho ben efit of the church Everybody cordially invited A good time contemplated Should a stranger como Into our midst and see tho condition of our county roads just now tho first thought would bo that not much work was done last fall but there was a good deal of it though not tho right kind In some places ditches were cleaned out and the dirt piled in tho middle of tho road nnd now there is no bottom to It In other places ditches were not properly opened and water is allowed to stand in them Now we know of no community that has better and handier material for making good roads than ours and we think the citizens should take a little more pride In making nnd keeping up good roads Our county officials or those whose duo ty it is should look after the matter a little closer There is no doubt that good roads help to increase tho value of land Wake up why steepest thoul FLATWOOD Rev A C d his appoint ment at Good Mope Saturday and Sun dayS L Baird has bought a half inter cat in W H Furrs general store and tho firm name will bo Baird Furr Myatt Huston little son of Mr and Mrs W H Furr has been quite sick with measles but has about recovered We were about to report a wedding but for fcarwo might get mixed up wo will wait until a later date to mako the announcementJames and family have mov ed from our community to Oneda Clay county Wo regret very much to give them up but what Is our loss is an other communitys gain News comes from Carrol ton III that Mr and Mrs N L McQuerry are rejoicing over tho arrival of a son The mother was Miss Sallio McQucrry of this place and a popular school teacher Tho last session of tho Garrard coun ty grand jury got In some very effective work for this end of the county It is hoped that it may do much toward otheryplaces of bad repute Mcnefeo McQuerry who was badly cut by Clinton hose two weeks ago is reported doing well Miss ZIHa Archer has been quite sick but is improving Rev Marcie of Whitley county and Rev J B Parks nnd wlfo wore guests at Rev DalrdsILast Saturday tho church nt GooI Hopo called Rev A C Baird to be their pastor for the year 1903 HevI Baird has been pastor of that church for tho last two years and has labored faithfully in the Masters vineyard and wo are glad to havo him with us for another yearA Real Wonaerland South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural formations Is a verlt able wonderland At Mound City In the homo of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occurred Her son seemed near death with lung and throat troubleUEx hausting coughing spoils occurred every live minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr KlngV medicinegcured him II Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung trouble by Pennys Drug Storo 50c and 81 Trial bottle free It is estimated that people in Chica go spend 300000 a year in keeping their shoes polished Of this amount profits are said to bo 100000 A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally Is the stoppage of liver and bowel funct- Ions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Lifo Pills should always your remedy Guaranteed satis In every case or money back IbO Pennys Drug Store 25c NEWS NOTES Dr Irvine Craig aged CO is dead at VersaillesAt the United States Dis trict Court set Jan 13 next for the re sumption of the trials of the Oregon land frauds With the recovery of five more from tho mines of the Fairmont Coal Com pony nt Monongah W Va the total to date is 331 The creation of n National Tubercu losla Committee to consist of seven members is provided for in a bill In troduced by Representative Smith of IowaJohn E Madden has sued Louis V Bell and Mr and Mrs Albert Simons for 150000 damages alleging that the three defendants conspired to alienate Mrs Maddens affections Playing that he was a cowboy and his lour yearold companion was nn Indian at St Joseph Mo Nod H Star mer aged 11 years shot and instant ly killed George Blakcly the two be Ing alone in a room A doublebarrelec shotgun was used A magnificent stable containing 30 or tho finest box stalls that can be built for his show horses Is In course or erection at Alfred G Vanderbilts farm in Portsmouth R1 The building Is copied alter the stables of King Ed ward with a courtyard In the center Another Italian was killed Sunday morning near Tremont La by Negroes making three Italians to lose their lives on account of the prejudice against their replacing local lumber mill labor at Chathamville La Two bther Ital fans were wounded near Chathamville and 26 were robbed Tho 16 battleships of the Atlantic fleet under command of Rear Admiral Evans sailed from Hampton Roads Monday for San Francisco Tho presi dent in his yacht Mayflower led the fleet to tho capes where he reviewed tho most imposing naval pageant ever witnessed in American waters Ethan Owen of Murray was arrest ed at that place on the charge of at tempted arson in connection with the effort to burn two tobacco warehouses there Rumors were current that 100 had been offered for the destruction of tho warehouses but detectives who worked on the case are reticent and tho examination was private At tho close of six hours testimony In his own behalf Caleb Powers said that the rifle with which Goebel had been assassinated had been found and was in possession of the defense An effort will be nade to trace the weapon directly to Henry E Youtsey Powers denied nil of the damaging statements made by the Commqnwcalths witnesses After receiving a report from Adj Gen P P Johnston Gov Willson or dered one company of the First Ken tucky to Hopkins ville to relieve tho sol Biers now on duty there Gen Johnston in his report said that Hopkins ville was in a pitiful state of demorali zation and the presence of the mili tin was absolutely necessary Ho said there were goqd reasons to believe that if the militia were withdrawn a second attack on Hopkinsvillo would be made A tickling cough from any cause Is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And It is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Snoot tolls mothers everywhere to glvo It without hesitation oven to very young babes Tho wholesome green leaves and tender stoma of a lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the cura tive properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals tho sore nnd sensitive bronchial mem braves 5 o opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or sup press Simply a resinous plant extra tlthat helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which tho Doctor usesliThe Sacred herb Always demand Dr Shops Cough Cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store u HUSTONVILLE Rev W J Cocke will preach at the Christian church at Hustonvillo next SundayChristmas is only a few days oft and C W Adams has a few moro bargains- to offer in the Holiday Line If you have not made your purchases dont fail to see his goods and take advantage of his Panic Prices C W Adams Notice To Our Customers We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble is not affected by tho National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and wo recommend ns a safe remedy for children and adults G L Penny Mr Wheedler Is long stayer- Is heNo he only stays long enough to- borrow some money Oh then with him it is a case of touch and goBaltimore American IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William Brown killed Charles Petty also colored at Somerset James G Phillips one of the oldest and wealthiest citizens of Lebanon Is deadThe L N will build a 5000 pas senger and a 7500 freight depot at London Miss Sallie Patterson the pretty daughter of Mrs J B Patterson or Jamestown is dead aged 21 Nelson Hamon aged 93 is dead at Georgetown He was the grandfather of Rev F M Tinder of Lancaster Scott Keeton was given 16 years in the penitentiary by a Whitley county jury for killing Wright Young at StearnsThe N depot at Greensburg was broken into and in coppers tak en The depot was robbed of 1000 some six months ago Claiming damages amounting to 5 800 for the loss of two fingers David Vaughn through his father J I Vaughn has filed suit in the Laurel Circuit Court against the Womens Home Mission Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church South and J C Lewis principal of the Sue Bennett Memorial School of London Last February Vaughn was a pupil in tho school and while working in the indus trial department his hand was injured in a broom machine and it became nec essary to amputate two fingers G W Coulter sheriff of Boyle coun ty and H G Wingate a farmer of thesamo county were given damages by a Jefferson county jury In the re spective amounts of 37777 nnd 66610 against the Louisville Railway Co The two plaintiffs together with George Fitzgerald jailer of Doyle county went to Louisville Sept 12 1906 to be pres ent at the Bryan reception In cross ing a street they were struck by a car and badly injured The Fitzgerald case was tried several months ago and re suited in a hung jury Coulter was bruised about the body and sued for 6000 while Wingate had his breast hne broken lie wanted 5000 THATS ALL Tho children watch The days go by And watch the one Big day draw nigh That daythe one day Of tho year When stockings filled Up pretty near burstingHang in a row All in the early- Christmas glow Sister has won Drous things in hers Silks laces candy Coats and furs In his the boy Gets guns for wars And whittled soldiers Ships and tars And ma getswell Whdn mamma seeks What she has hinted For six weeks She gets it see 1 Thus Christmas goes With lines of bulging Joyful hose Pas stocking 7 It Dont bulge a bit Pa simply gets His foot in it Houston Post When tho Stomach heart or Kid ney nerves get weak then theso organs always fall Dont drug tho Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restora tive The Restorative Is prepared ox pressly for these weak Inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquid and see how quickly help wilt 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 Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house Not a creature was strirring not even a mouse They all had been shopping and spent their last red And nervous prostration had sent them to bed Harpers Bazar Millions of bottles of Foleys Honey and Tar have been sold with out any person over having experi enced any other than beneficial re suits from Its use for coughs colds and lung troubles This is because the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar in tho yellow package contains no opiates or other harmful drugs Guard your health It refusing any but the genuine GnPeDny Columbia University has a Sunday school in which the pupils pay tuition i W H MuellerSTA- NFORD KY Shoes and Rubber Goods Our stock iscomplete Now is the time to get your Footwear We have all kinds of the best bramU High Top ShoesS250 to 8400 We have the best brands in Rubber goods Come nUll see our stock of Shoes and Rubber Footwear before you buy elsewhere nnd get prices SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Mats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc rMIua Our Christmas Goods are All in Come and See Us mss W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky I Christmas Goods FOR E V ER BODY W B MoRoberts DRUGGISl STANFORD 4 The Interior Journal N Co WALTON r JOHN J MOSER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count abject to the notion of the Democrat party M BRUCE Is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the nctlon of the Democrat per y JAMES C HAYS Is candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democrat party D C ALLEN Ii candidate for Assossor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the actIon of tbo Jioniocrnt I party i Democratic Ticket t 1 For UnltedfStates Senator kt J C W BECKIIAM f fFIVE thousand Pittsburg couples may have to be married over again if a statement made by Judge Disney Rode era of Youngstown 0 before a wo mans c1Ub In that city is true Accord ing to Judge Rodgers who is presidia Judge of ffiej Common Pleas Court of Mahoning county in which Youngs town is situated every couple that has eloped from Pittsburg to Youngstown to be married arc not legally married at all He declares that the law in Ohio is very explicit in stating that the woman must be a resident of the county in which the ceremony takes place am that merely coming to the city for a few hours does not make the woman a resident The statement of the Judge has created all kinds of excitement in Pittsburg In the last five years fully 5000 couples have eloped to Youngstown and Steubenville from Pittsburg r Among them were Fred C Fairbanks a son of the Vice President and Miss Helen E Scott who went to Steuben ville and were married r KENTUCKYS Senators faired fairly or the committees Senator McCreary i gets the chairmanship of Military Af fairs and is second on the Pensions Committee etc Senator Paynter is chairman of Privileges and Elections I is on Claims District of Columbia Immigration and Indian Affairs THE editor of this paper sympathizes with Hon Henry Watterson of the CourierJournal in the loss of his daughter Mrs Alexander Gilmour of Louisville Death came after an illness of only a few days A KENTON county man tried to help the prohibitionists get rid of the quor supply by drinking five gallons in a week but the coroners jury de cided that it is dangerous to be so enthusiastic TilE chances of Gov Beckhams elec tion as U S Senator grow better as the time draws nearer It looks now as if there will not be a dissenting voice on the democratic side of the House And there shouldnt be IN giving Christmas presents remem ber the poorand needy and strive to make them happyjby a little remem brance POLITICAL The Senate adjourned to meet again Saturday to transact routine business Adjournment will then be taken until Jan Rumor says President Roosevelt has broken with Secretary of the Treas ury Cortelyou and that the Secretary may resign It has been suggested to former Sec retary of the Treasury Shaw that he assume the presidency of the Kansas City National Bank of Commerce The delegates at large from Indiana to the republican convention have been agreed upon and Indiana will present a solid front for Fairbanks at Chicago The Brownlow faction of the Tennes see republicans is preparing to organ ize a State Taft Club and expects to send a solid Taft delegation to the Chi convention Waynco republicans are mak ing a strong effort to have Gov Will son appoint W N Flippin of that county Commonwealths Attorney to succeed J N Sharp resigned The President has sent to the Sen ate the appointments of 0 L Barnes for the Elizabethtown pcstoflice and C C Wallace for the Richmond post office Both are reappointments + Gov Willson denied that he had de cided ro remove two members of the State Racing Commission and said he had forgotten that either of the men mentioned were members of that body Former Judge W W Jones of Columbia is being urged to become a can didato for the republican nomination for Congress from the 11th district It is understood that he will be a candi dateSenator McCreary introduced a bill which provides for an appropriation of 600000 to aid the normal schools of the United States The bill provides the secretary of Agriculture shall asccrtaimand certify the amount which each school will be entitled The cretary of Agriculture is charged n Administering the law rt eM4rii A Tribute From Col T P Hill His Neighbor and Friend to the Late F S McClary I desire to supplement what you have so well said about Mr F S McClary in the last issue of the I J From my observation of his conduct from early boyhood until his death I can truthfu ly say that his conduct in every respect has been the most exceptionally fineA I have ever known in any young 1C years of age by the death of his father the burden was cast upon him for the support protection and care of a helpless mother and three sisters To the accomplishment of this task he brought a degree of energy heroism and business skill that would have been creditable to a man of mature years and trained business habits and performed this duty until his mother death lie was a kind obedient affectionate son and brother and husband Just in all of his dealings kind and thoughtful in all of his utterances So line indeed was his character for hon esty punctuality veracity and busines skill that hardly had he arrived at young manhood when Samuel H Baughmai discovered these noble qualities of the boy and proposed to and did loan hin money to set him up in the mercantile business here Ills success in the busi ness In conjunction with his partner has been remarkable and the standing of the firm with the wholesale mer chants is as good as any firm in Cen tral Kentucky He added to the vir tues of a perfectly moral man the ran virtues of a Christian With faith in God faith in man and faith in himself he went to the work of his life full of good cheer confidence and hope am performed Ills duty in a truly heroic manner In the article of death he was the same confident hopeful faithfu and noble young man A few hours before his death true to his noble char acter he sent for his benefactor S II Baughman to thank him for the kind ness and confidence which prompted him in the assistance rendered and did so in terms the most affectionate and tender possible thus showing a degree of gratitude so remarkable as not to be forgotten in the very article of death And so strong were his religious con victions and so intense was he in his relations that he begged them to meet In him the great beyond- I take great pleasure in paying this tribute to the character of so noble and heroic a young man T P HILL CHURCH MATTERS Fourth Avenue Baptist church Lou isville pays its Blbleclass teacherProf W J McGlathlin Rev F M Tinder of Lancaster will preach at White Oak schoolhouse at 230 Sunday afternoon Brazil has 77 presbyterian churches with 6996 members whose con tributions last year were 90000 The congregation of the Presbyterian hurch at Mt Sterling has tendered a call to the Rev Frank B Cleland of Mercer county Eld W G Montgomery has accepted the call of the Hubble Christian church for next year and will begin his duties the first Sunday in January The hour for morning worship at the Presbyterian church is 1045 oclock Is the World Growing Better 1 will- Ie the theme Hfor discussion at that time All are cordially invited to at endRev William Spurgeon one of Englands most prominent preachers and nephew of the great Spurgeon a visitor in Middlssboro He is lectur ng and preaching to immense audi flees America has now over 2000000 Jews nofifth of all on earth 1000000 are in New York 200000 come to America very year Louisville has 7000 divided into eight congregations Six of these have houses of worship and two meet in halls All are flourishing The emple has a fine Sundayschool in rhich the teachers are paid MR EDITOR I do not wish to be egotistical Ihate an egotist but be eying that the Gospel of Christ is the power of God unto salvation to all men who believe and desiring to be honest and earnest therefore I will ask for a mall space in your valuable columns to invite all men and women who are not going to church elsewhere next Sunday norning to please come to the Methodist church If you doubt the history of Christ come If you donbt the di inity of Christ come Lawyers doctors merchants and all thinkers espec- Ially invited Do not ignore the claims of the Bible but come and hear Ser non Sunday night for young men All are cordially invited PASTOR About Dign It is not the quantity of food taken but the amount digested and asslml ated that gives strength and vitality to the system Chamberlains Stom chand Liver Tablets Invigorate tho tomach and liver and enable them to perform their functions Tho re suit is a relish for your food Increased strength and weight greater end urance and a clear head Price 25 onts Samples free For sale by- all druggists yearsinlemon at Corbin last May by the Villiamsburg circuit court J Ar Ww r w + FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALES nice meat hog John B Foster Stanford Angus Pointer 2012 pacing Is dead He was owned by George E Whitney FOR SALEiO good owes Must RO at once A R Matheny Stanford Ii F D No1- Robt Baker a Pulaski county farmer sold his tobacco crop in Lexing ton for 140 raised on 2J acres of 10 dollar land says the Journal FOR SALEI0 thoroughbred Durc Jersey gilts 1J to 6 months old extra fine and subject to register R II Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky There came to my place Nov 17 red sow pig with white face bolo in rightI car smooth crop in left Owner can get same by paying for this notice and keep II H Hatfield Highland Ky How Diphtheria is Contracted One often hears the expression Ml child oaught a severe cold which dc veloped into diphtheria when the truth wits that the cold had simply lute the little one particularly susccptibli to the wandering diphtheria germ When Chamberlains Cough remedy is given It quickly cures the cold and lessens tho dangtrof diphtheria orani other germ disease being contracted For sale by all druggists Association growers of peanuts at a meeting in Crooked Creek Tenn de cided to advance the price of peanuts five cents on the pound after January The growers have an organization which is allied with the American Society of Equity Orlno Laxative Fruit sup the new Laxative stimulates but dOs not Irritate It is tho best Laxative GIfP William Hinters brother of Mrs Charles Trub of theOttcnhaim section died at St Louis last Sunday Frank Britton aged 77 is dead at Harrodsburg ur h Stockholders Meeting nuftlnp of the stockholders of the Na tional of Huttonrtll wilt be lield ut MelOlltdlrtlCInrjto Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the itoekhotden of the Klr t National Hank of Mtanfonl win Iw held nt their luinklng tiouto the second Tumdny In rktingdlreetor N Jolts13tribtnaRTsC- nidtrStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Iln rohl fount National tank of HtnnfoiU will Iffl held nt tlmlr iMinklnK house the tvroiul Tuesday In January lice for the puriKitr of sleeting directors for the ensuing year W MlUlHUtTCnshlrr Heart Strength NervllRtnnrthItJylr not one weat heart in a hundred Is In 1f1f actually diseased It Is almost always a faultThllslmply nerds and must hare moro power more taLlIIIT more rontrolllllil more governing wrength Without that the limn must rantlnuo- o lull and the stomach and kidneys also have hwe same fontrollln nerves TAU cllllrlT explains WhT as a medicine Dr IhooP1 Restorative haln the past done to much oughtheaghrartdistress Dr khoops ncetnnnvethis popular prcucrlptlon Is alone directed to these Teak and waiting nerve centers It builds t helpIfdliPitlon strengthen these nerves nxisutllih hem as needed w- ltbDr Shoops RestorativeHeartburn From the Stomach The heart is an organ that people arc sot inclined to trifle with but a person may have fluttering of the heart heart burn and similar troubles and yet have a perfectly sound heart Nine time rut of ten the disorder comes from the constipaionSo instead of taking heart cures or other such things that contain stimulant and narcotics take a harmless but effective emedy like Dr Cnldwella Sirup 1epsln which will correct tbo digestive disorder and In theraycure the Kupposcd heart trouble Tbe rcroed guaranteed to do this aDdJou can obtain of anydnurglHt In bottles As here are about 150 dotes to tbe latter tbe cure rill cost but n few cents nellTle101Tennf bo suffer f rom heartburn etc She writes that lor five years she suffered from Indigestion and constipation from fainting spells fluttering at tbo heart heartburn She couldnt eat meat or anything seasoned with meat Dr Csldwclli Syrup Pepsin was recommended to her end tier n few doses tbe indigestion and constlpa ton was relieved and tbe fainting spell and cart trouble soon ilsapt eared Hbo takes a dose of the remedy after eating and now octet eels any effects no matter what she cabs would be well for those who suffer In this way to do as she did and be cured There Is no question that Dr Caldw ells Sire Pepsin Is the best tonic laxative and digest nt at the disposal of the American people Is gentle In action and pleasant In taste It never gripes Ills the Ideal remedy for stomach liver and bowel complaints and owing Iltl gentle action Is especially to be rerom to children women and others who ran not stand the violence and griping of salts utltatlvcs and cathartic tablets Those wishing to try Dr wellFREE TEST Syrup Pepsin tutor pus can hive a tree sample bottle sent to their home by mdreitlng fiacomrxtny This offer U to provs thai the remedy do at we claim and Is only open to thou have never taken It Send for It you hen any of stomach liver or bowel dlteata Gentlest oldfolksPUBLIC VERDICT laxative So Good Sure at OR CALOWELLS liD UP PEPSIN Thll product bears purity guarantee 17i Washington o C PEPSIN SYRUP CO 118 Caldwell Bldfl Montlcallo III I NSURANCEfire Lightning WindWorm Life and accident None but the HTHONGKHT and 3R8T Companies llopresentpd Lowest Ioi ilble States Loss 1aytng flea ud Unequalled Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No n 50 Years An Agency50 The shiest in Central Kentucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclnss Companies IteprcE- OlltCll Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Mo charge for examination or ei nlllinil ly tIn eyes liy up to dnte niHthotU Pre scription glasses round to order set style fniiiitt or skeleton mounting work unit material minraiitfrd satisfactory rlinrgv moderate IVrmnmiitly lornttl III Vutrnl Tlpnoiit ustonvltle- Ky L POWKM- ttrnduatftli hun aryst THE MIDWINTER TERM Which In the ruth term cjxnt Jan j Io you want to hI n working unit In th llvp t most iimliltlou eotlupttle nnd professional of teachers ever gnthenHl toprlherfur stay In tlIlIrn Kentucky- If so set your County IullrlllhI1lIn now nlxiut iiliitxtlntiiunt to free tuition If you tin171101 already done to and write to tbto President of the K KH N H for n iaUilou telllnK hint what studies yow IIp stre AtldeM It X IloUtK Itlcliinoml Ky DEADJ3AME If you will bring your iunsnrMt IlTOlr r to me and let mr put them In llritelnii condition I have bud f rats etperie0o- In that buinese put new tjuiMlln on Razor Blades Forrols on Walking Canes and Re pair Umbrellas Make n specialty of fitting nil kinds of kat- o all kllllh of Io kl all kinds repairing on blrlrlN and kI In stock nil kinds of tuty- ole re ads Hive nit n trial and you will bw satisfied fllI MAY lip N Thin1Mt lutnvllle Ky h TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs ullirpf Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Bcazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 Central Kentucky Real Estate Excise TITLE CO No 1mucres on tho Waynvaburg pike 6room house barn 0ndl oth rrautbulldingsnleeorchurd This proper ty ts near Illld houtu Is Oshardonthehouse good ell about UU acres of this land Is bottom and and produces tine crops A bargain nt tfun cash balance In ono and two years No 3118 acres oit IluckOreek near Way nesburglfroolU house barn other out lulldtngaplentyof water Cash prIce 3t Woo No1lodaard nenr Level Green Hock farm lies a now toryframehousewould cost to build now KUJO good liurn Ac located near church and school This Is a nice homo and can l ou htforlO per aero 4 cash reo nnlndur In months No t tul olningthenbovufnrnu 1I01lcrlI In cultivation I welllnKof4rooms good burn and other outbuildings or shard One of the host springs In hilt coon ty Price xljno half and 3 rears No tlJI acres adjoining farms No and 100 acres In cultivation balance In tl-mIr Good whltu oak hickory and some lino cllilir Has 8story log hose sad good orch ird well watered Oiish price 3ltl- oNo7YAacres near Mnretsburg Ky130 icrusln cultivation goal dwullliiK house mrn and necessary outbuilding fine water and school church std it It station Price S1f 4 cash balance In ono and two years NoIIlU acres near Conway Ky nearly of this farm U bottom laud nile for curls old mtiiidow very pooddwulllnKhoU8onaw mrn and other hul nlles from Jlorea College Uiuh price SJ to No ftsi acres on Drakes from Cirali Orchard This farm adjoins the ilko and Is a part of the leo Kviins farm riils Is line land and In goat condition loll leceesary buildings This Is a bargain ut per aero No 107H acres near Stanford Ky In llco shape with nil necessary bulldliiKSetcv inn be bought worth tho money For full particulars In regard to all the ibore farms seo or L It Hughes or limes I Vhltu titantord Ky t t t GbristinasPresents If youare going to give a present why not give one that is USEFUL such as the arti cles named below A handsome Umbrella forla lady or gentleman 5 750 and 1OOO A Silk Scarf 2 3 and 350 Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs 25 and 50c White Hem stitched with initial letters 50c Mens Ties all Styles 25 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 e Scarf Pins Collar Buttons Cuff Buttons Gentlemens Initial Linen Handkerchiefs packed 12 dozen to the box 150 a boxIatao ttN J AtcROBBRTS 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 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGE When IthinkThe best ROOF PAINT furnished ItIand put on S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky IQIaLap SyrIf you want to purchase a hand some DOLL for Xmas dont fail to see the largest line ever brought to Stanford to select from We have the best assortment and l styles in WRITING latestIbottle of choice PERFUME make a nice Xmas giftlSTANFORD DRUG CO J j 1NW M trs r 9e yl I Waste Paper Baskets 50c to SlUfi Nattier Straw Handkerchief Boxes 48c Rafiicr Straw Glove Boxes tHe Wash Rug Bags 35c Fancy Handker chief Boxes 25 to 48c Fancy Glove Boxes 25 to 48c Handkerchief Bngs LOc Shoo Pockets 25c Broom Pockets 25 and 50c Brush Pockets 50c Pin- Cushions llc to 81 Calendars 25c Match Scratches 25c Tie Ilncks 59c Mending Sets 25 und OOc Kmbroidcry Sets 89c Hugs USe to 8350 Back Combs lOc to 81 Beaded Bags 81 to 83 Silk Petticoats 85 to 810 Silk Scarf 50c to 8V 6 Silk Shawls 82 to 85 Itox of Uuching 25c Work Baskets 25e and up Mens Mulllont 25c to 8150 Fancy Handkerchief Boxes 5 and lOc SEVERANCE SON STANFORD BrANFono KY Dec 20 tJOi TRY some of Olive t p Oil 35c and GOc a boltPennys Drui Store PERSONALS ARNOLD BRADY is very sick CArT D H GOYDN Is with his foml ly atl Lexington MR WILL HOITUR b at home frog Louisville for the holidays LITTLE Miss JESSIE LEE PIIILLIN hat been very sick but to Improving MRS M M SWRBNEY has returned from a visit to hor mother at Horrods burg MRS CiiAttLB TRUU of Ottenhelm has been sick with fever for severs J G CARIBNTER JR who hai been very with typold fever is inv ImprovingMiss CARSON who has ty phoid fever is doing as well as could be expected MR M A JOIINsON and family have moved to Mrs I A Farias1 property on East Main Street MR M D GARNBR wife and pretty baby of Corbin are visiting their home folks In tho East End MRS NANNIE Owns of Raleigh N C Is with the family of Mr Sam M Owens In the West End MIl Faux TWIDWBLL of Houston Texas is the guest of hla sister Mrs Hecchor AdamsAdvocate- MONKi C M SAMUBL8 and Howard Garner of Somerset attended the burial of Sam Moore yesterday Mus WALTER MULKEY and children of Oeeola Ark arrived yesterday to visit hor mother Mrs Miller MR AND MRS ROWAN KBBNON ore spending a few days with relatives In HuitonvlllcFrankfort Journal MR Goo B SAUFLKY and Miss Her ta Jean Penny heard McMillan the groat violinist at Lexington last night WE had a pleasant call yesterday from Miss Fannie and Maude Hatfleld two accomplished teachers of tho South End Miss IDA Mooitn came from Camp IjolIHagorman Lexington to attend the burial of her brother Mr Sam Moore Miss ECHO SMITH who has been with friends at Wapoconltn 0 for several months returned to her home at Crab Orchard Wednesday MR S It WALLS and family loll Wednesday for Hominy Okla to re side Wo commend him and his am- fly to the good people of that place MISSES BBRTA MURPHY Cora Nun t nsllcy find Ruth Tanner will return this week from Georgetown College to spent Christmas with the homefolks at Mc Kinney Miss SARAH DUNN returned Tucsdaj from a very delightful visit to Mrs T S Webb in Knoxville Mr George B Saufley spent several days in Knoxvllli and returned with her MR GEORGE B COOPER who was taken ill In Louisville was operated or t at Deaconess Hospital there Wednesday morning and is doing as nicely as could be expected Since his foot was amputated he has suffered much pair and at times it was almost unbearable The stub of his leg was opened and twc large nerve tumors were found lilt doctor thinks the limb will give him nc t more trouble now LOCALS SEE W H Muellers ad 1SEE the Jactlon fence at Singletons I STOCK and Poultry food at Single tons DROWN Leghorn roosters for sale at each S HAldridgo Stanford TAKE your clothes to Cook 0 Farmer and have them cleaned and pressed for Xmas rCOME and make your Xmas selection while we have a good stock to select from Farris r XMAS presents which will make your friend think of you foreyer at W H Muellers tIFyou want to 4 make home happy I StanfLOST a plain gold ring at laundry fire with given name Inside Leave at this office and receive reward 2t r DONT forget the necktie rink tonight Prizes for the wearers of the largest and smallest neckties j NECKTIE rink tonight FOR fruits and ndfeago Farris ROOMS for rent over W H Higgins store Go to Rowland for firstclass photo at COc dozen during holidays rank- Cordier SILVKIILACB t0Itoostare ot puro strain for site Mrs A J Rice R F D Moreland Ky PASSBNGKII train No 22 Northbound gets here one minute Inter than for mcrly It now arrives at 218 r M DONT forget the necktie party at the rink Friday night A prize each to the wearer of tho largest and smallest tics Fon SALE on RBNTMy residence on West Main Street Must be disposed of in the next 10 days J H Uaughman KEEP in mind the Old Fiddlers Con test at Waltons Opera House on Fri day night Dec 27th Six cash prize to the best fiddlers ON next Monday Dee 21 the Lynn wood school children will give an enter tainment Everybody invited It will begin about 10 oclock ON Dec 20 to 26 Inclusive and Des 30 and 31 and Jan the L N will sell round trip tickets at 11 fares plus 26c The tickets ore good until Jan 6 JOHN FBLAND while intoxicated fired oil hjs shot gun on the cut oft pike between Rowland and Stanford Tuesday and was fined 23 by Judge W A Trib ble MONUY FOR JURORS W 0 Walker trustee of the jury fund tolls us that tho money has arrived for the jurors who served at the November term of court Foit SALE Several cone pulleys small imposing stone lot of second handed type type cases stands and other printers supplies Write or phone this office TilE Deposit Dank of McKinney has declared a six per cent dividend and carried 1000 to the surplus fund Good for cashier R H Metcalf and his board of directors SGo to the bazaar and exchange next Saturday Dec 21 for black cake can dies and all kinds of good things Doors open at 10 AI Lancaster street two doors above sheriffs office D WC ARMSTRONG police judge of Lancaster has sent his resignation to Gov Willson The resignation takes effect January 6 Thus far there have been no applications for the place TiiiiuiLE PENCE avejust received the latest and nicest lino 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 these THE fiscal court met Tuesday and did some routine work About 4500 it pike claims was allowed It was the first meeting In which the new magic Crates Squires James McKechnie and J T Roberts served and they deported themselves very creditably TOE court of appeals affirmed tho decision of the Lincoln circuit court which gave R E Lee Sims eight years in the penitentiary for killing John R Farris The killing occurred two years ago last September Mr Sims was tried three times the first two trials resulting in hung juries PARENTS BEST GIFT To A SONIsa course of Instruction at Smiths College at Lexington It will bo an imperish able legacy to him Graduates from this College receive highest salaries four thousand of whom ore bankers officials merchants etc in Kentucky For particulars address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky TRIED ToKILLJoo Holt a Jackson ounty product but now a citizen of Casey tried to shoot John Sneed colored the other day and when Chief of Police Jones went to arrest him he pull ed his gun on him Fortunately Holt did not pull the trigger and the officer finally landed him in jail At his trial Tuesday ho was fined 50 and given 20 days in jail for carrying concealed weapons and held over to the grand jury in 100 for attempting to shoot the men mentioned above Can We Help You To decide the vexing question of what to buy for n Christmas present Carefully scan these lists and you will no doubt find a useful and appropriate presentCome to Our Store and LooK at These and You Will be Pleased Remember our Cut Price Sale is still on unit you may want n more substan tint gift We are giving n reduction of 25 per cent on all Cloaks Suits Skirts anti Furs I LOST in Waltons Opera House a brown kid glove Return to Miss Martha Mencfee ALL the old fiddlers will take part in the old fiddlers contest at Walton Opera House Friday night Dec 27 I HAVE again opened my cleaning and pressing department and all work thankfully received and will bo give the best of attention Ed Wilkinson TilE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices WE have the latest assortment of writing paper in Stanford Buy a box lanJ write your best girl a letter extending Xmas greetings Stanford Drug Co tDONT forget the annual bazaar to be given by the Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church next Saturday Dec 21 on Lancaster street two doors above the sheriffs office POCKET knives cutlery salad bowls cake plates nick Ie plated tee kettles coffee pots and carving sets make handsome Xmas presents You will find them at Geo D Hoppers THE whocontemplate entering the contest which will take place at Waltons Opera House on Friday evqning Dec 27 will please send their names to this office The contest promises to bo a warm one 4 TilE ladies of the Baptist church at Crab Orchard will have a bazaar at that place next Saturday 21st in the Ma sonic building Oysters will be served in any style from 11 A M till 10 P M at lie Go and help a good cause LBT tis spend our money early let us do our shopping now let us pick our Xmas tree out let us load its every bough with delight for all the babies with pink dolls and rubber balls Then a cyclone hole for poor Dad when the old collector callsSom erset Journal CALL on Cummins McClary for a Christmas present for your friends Any of the following would make a good Christmas gift A hat suit case grip trunk necktie muffler half dozen handkerchiefs pair of gloves pair of shoes suit of clothes umbrella smok ing jacket etc etc Come in and sec FOREST MeCtJUiY one of Stanfords most popular young business men died Saturday afternoon with typhoid fever The deceased was married a short time ago to Miss Katherine Baughman who is well known In Danville society where she frequently visited Mr and Mrs Ike Dunn Mr Walter Dunn and Miss Mary Dunn were among the Danville relatives who attended the funeral services at Stanford this afternoon Besides his wife the deceased leaves two small daughters to mourn his loss Mr McClary had been a member of the Baptist church from childhood and was an exemplary young man in every respectAdvocateB- URNED TO DEATH Sam Moore aged 22 son of Mr Hal Moore burned to death In his home on Water Works street at midnight Tuesday The house belonging to Mrs Mary Warren also burned Mr Moore returned from work at a late hour and on entering his home lighted a coal oil stove and retired The stove evidently exploded and he was overcome by the fumes In his effort to get out of the house he wandered to another room where his parched body was found after the flames had subsided Lindsey Stephenson colored was not far away and he heard the explosion As soon as he located it ho went to the Moore homo and aroused the occupants or the fath er and sisters too might have met death In the flames Very little of the furni ture was saved and the loss falls heav ily on both the Moores and Mrs War ren The fire company responded but arrived too late to do any good Mr Moore was a quiet honorable and in dustrious young man and it Is indeed sad that he should meet such a tragic end Ho helped largely toward tho sup exceedinglyI them and the father in their great loss The burial occurred in Buffalo Springs Cemetery at 10 oclock yesterday morn Ing after short services at the grave by Rev J Murray Taylor CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repairs at Cook Farmers barber shop ONLY four more days until mere Christmas comes Dont time fly ILEAsE return our grain sacks befor Jan that you may receive credit for them Hustonville Roller Mill Co FRANK HOLMES was arrested tor shooting Eph Pennington The shoot ing occurred at Crab Orchard last Sunday The ball struck Iennln ton in the ankle but he is not considered badly hurt IF there has been any effort made to ascertain the cause of the several cases of typhoid fever in Stanford we have not heard of It It behooves the council to look into the matter at once A committee of three physicians to be paid by the city might find the troubl without much cost and thereby stop a further spread of the horrible des ase Let some action be taken at once MATRIMONIAL G P Tate and Miss Hattie Barnes MonticelloI day to marry Mrs Ollie Robinson a widow of 40 Dr L C Herren a prominent physi cian of Liberty was married to Miss Dora Beck of Cumberland county The ceremony was performed by Rev A Beck father of the bride in the presence of a number of relatives and friends Heres Good Advice O S Woolover one of the best known merchants of Le Kaysvllle N Y says If you are over troubled with piles apply Bucklons Arnica Salvo It cared me of them for good 20 years ago Cures every sore wound burn or abrasion 2oc at Pen nys Drug Store The citizens of Hopkinsvllle and Christian county have formed a secret Law and Order League for the purpose of restoring and maintaining peace It is announced that officers who fail to execute the laws will have to go The Kentucky Court of Appeals in a Louisville case decided that a dog may not be buried in a cemetery set aside for persons and ordered the removal of a dog buried in Cave Hill cemetery in LouisvilleInformation sufficient to convict men who were in the party whiSh raided Hopkinsville is said the State fire marshal to be available if a special grand jury can be secured to return dictments HOTEL FOR RENT I I offer for rent for the year 1101 laV hotel In Ijinctutfr known n tho Inaonhotel 01 Unlm House The building U well locate and vnjuyft n good pntronuge A goal opportunity for the right nmn Apply at once MHH t3 MAHOV Lancaster Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist iTANFORD KENTUCKY Jffice over McRoberU Drug Store it the Oweley Building r GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no one wontbut come and see All and IM diesLlnderwearalsohtubbers5o fnclnn torn nt ones tat 5c cakes of Wolverine soup for lee t IDcent Meni Linen Collars for 15c Mens Hwenten for 111Iron NECK TIE SKATING RINK- TONIGHT Stanford Rink dub Furs 75c to 812 Cloaks 85 to 825 Towels oc to 8150 Linen Comers lOc to 8150 Ribbon Trimmed Glove Boxes The to 82 Hat Pin Holders 25und 50c Shoe Pin Cushions 19c to 81 Handkerchiefs 5 to75c Ladies Linen Initial Handkerchiefs lOc Hosn Supporters 25 to 50c Pillow Tope 25 and 50c Umbrellas 50c to 8750 Gloves 81 to 8359 Table Covers 25c and up Dresser Covers 25c and up Chatclain Pockets 25c to 82 Dozen Hose 8150 and 82 A Dozen Socks 8160 and 82 Mens Sits genders 25c to 81 hens Gloves 25c to 81 Girls Caps 25 nod 89c Chil drens Furs 81 and up Fine Blankets 8350 to 8750 Fine Comforts 250 South East Corner Main and Depot treesl II SEE t j Our Silk Shawls from 125 to 250 Xmas Baskets from 15c to 325 Ameri can Beauty Corsets 50c to 2 new Auto Veils Doilies Kimono Handkerchiefs and Linen Toweling Buy your Holly Ribbon here We 0 have both wide and nar ro- wTRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 25 PER 4 CENT OFfuT We have Reduced the Price 25 Per Cent on All of Our Ladies and Misses Cloaks ee W JS Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky I The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is oil on prices at the Emporium at lIu ton villeTO are price fighters Your Lid Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected the cream of the market for you Como and be convinced in this line We undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can pleaso you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices td suit all Wo carrya general line Clothing Boots and Slices 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 Palland 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 GIFT STOVES Are appropriate durable and inexpensive Those who contemplate giving Stoves for Christmas will find our immense STOCK anti LOW PRICES great aids to satisfactory selection Our reputation guarantees reliability no matter how little tho price may be Wo have all styles and gizou Prices 300 and Up Stoves held for delivery at tiny desired time Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky a 1 The Interior Journal Eniercdin the PottOffice eU Stanford Uconddatt matter pvmweuIeD TOMSDAVS AND VKIDAY i AT- e joo PER YEAR CASH IWhen not eo pOwill be charged lL N TIME TABLE No2lHouthll21rNo SI Mouth It PI 11NotNorth43IAI w JOS S RICE Agont Jesse W Sweeney rnorBirroB Livery Fend and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY Joseph 3244 Vol I Is pure bred and has been acccptetl tor reg In the drat volume of The American Tamworth Hwlne llecord Association nook under tbe rulelof theimoclntlon alit will beNo3JUnsnbove Hire Kdwnnl No ZM d ra Alexandra No 3W7 Sire of SIre fnple 0OltnBruceNo 000 dam of BlreOamidlan Hellle2201 Hire of dam Kentucky Boy No 1753 dam of dam Golden Unn o It Is well known that the Ininwortu Hwlne li the highest price swlno on the market HU lire F 1M3 at tarl old iotsoldf- or hlsdnmAlcxandrnwelgld110 lltD 1111 weight 3SSat lie crosses well with every breed I will stand him ntjl cash JOHN 0001- stnnfontIy Fruit and Orna t mental Trees t 1 Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus 1 Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ 110 agents Cat alogue on application H F HIIIEXMEYEH t SON- SLexington Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRuga They willexchange Furniture for nil 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 Homo Phone a- dPOSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbla hunting llsbing or kind of tres passing on ourpluces and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law repplcsMrsHlnapsonlires TInsley Hpoonamore Ken P Martin M V Lawrence Keulxtii Ourtls JK Mocker J M Pettus T A moo Morgan Chappell Amnndt HcbnefTer Green Kerrlll JI Holt clow nW hasty Mrs J K Pulllnin It L Pulllum ActorjlisnrJnincs NUimli J Notin darter fIIf Buck Joseph Bnllou 3flllytlc Mrs Jill Italnes J B Ur J U Oariienter Mrs Ilelxwcti Carpenter W P Martin A M JII Thompson Thomas Kerrlll Joe It Hkldmoru David llurton J It Hunch J1U Ulcliunlsoii Joseph Frost Mlsn Mettle Hewvs Bros Fred VonQruenijnii KGnliui Albert VonOruengnn AT Traylor Mlburn Gooch N 11 1luminer Fred Ilaumann Ulchnrd Hester Owslov Dunn Henry Hester NuniiulleyVO4 f It liirvU J llnUKhmiiu JKBruce J O Nprntt D Clooch W H IUKIlO MarUItyeasgDan Traylor dIDElmoro Mri N Ooode O K Tate David Hteveni John Jufer HO Ourlmui W D Rout bulb OIJC Fred Handorf l 1 j 9et4x =Qar xJUIYWI ce Childrens Home Society In Need Of Funds The Kentucky Childrens Home Sock thapublic for financial help The financial conditions that have existed for the past few months coming as it did at a season of the year when the work of the society is at its most arduous and expensive stage has seriously handicapped the work Solicitors who have under normal conditions been able toI supply the needed funds have found It worse than useless to appeal for fund in the field hence the treasury of the institution is depleted The work is or such nature that it cannot be permitted to cease or to lag The winter season forces the dependent children of Kentucky into the hands of charity an from every quarter of the State come the demand for the society to take Into its care the destitute dependent child ren Other classes of businessz manufactory a mercantile enterprise or other line of business may govern Itself according to conditionseven tot suspension or curtailment of activity but the work of the Childrens Home Society upon which so much depends for the suffering helpless children it Is different The society has labored incessantly to interest county officials allover Kentucky in placing each countys pauper children in the care of the Institution and now since the panic is upon the country the society finds itself hard pressed to fulfill its mission These conditions were not foreseen and could not be escaped and since they are upon us some means must be found to tide the work of the society over the crisis Only in dire extremity does the Kentucky Childrens Home Society make such an appeal for help as it is now compelled to make The work cannot be permitted to lag The generous public of Louisville and of the State has always come to the rescue and will do so again if apprised of the deplorable fact that without immediate help not only the work will suffer ir reparable injury but the hundreds of helpless little ones who are clamoring for admission to the care of the home will suffer piteously Therefore this appeal is urged upon everyone who realizes the extent and necessity of this philanthropic work It is urged upon every citizen of Ken tucky whose heart goes out to the help less children of the Commonwealth and it is a plea for aid at once Every sec tarian institution with headquarters in Louisville and at other points of the State have enjoyed a bounty from some sourcebequests benefits and con certed efforts of organizations while the Kentucky Childrens Home Society with its vast task before it has not been so fortunate It has been nearly four years since it was compelled to beg of the public to come to its rescue and it only doss so now because there is no other alternative Those who have the Vandyke spirit of Christmas can cast their bread upon the waters by helping this worthy cause Those who prefer can leave their sub scriptions with MrsL M Goodnight who will cheerfully forward it Badly Mixed Up Abraham Brown of Wlnterton N Y had a very remarkable experience he says Doctors got badly mixed up over mo one said heart disease two called It kidney trouble the fourth blood poison and the fifth stomach and liver trouble but none of them helped no so my wife advised trying Electric Bitters which are restoring me to per feet health Otto bottle did me more food than all the five doctors pro icribed Guaranteed to cure blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by Pen jys Drug Store COc As a horrible climax to sundry family uarrels Ida Holland shot her husband Even Holland through the heart at Fulton killing him instantly Return- Ing home from his days work Holland started a strugtrle with his wife when the seized a 38caliber revolver and fired with the fatal result Passed Examination Successfully James Donahue New Britain Conn writes I tried several kidney remedies and was treated by our best physicians for diabetes but did not Improve until I took Foley a Kidney Cure After the second bottle I showed improvement and five bottles cured me completely I have since passed a rigid examination for life insurance Foleys Kidney Cure cures backache and all forms of kid they and bladder trouble G L Pen fly lL F Parker general solicitor of the St Louis and an Francisco railroad- was found dead in the bathtub at his home in St Louis The finest Coffee Substitute over made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wls You dont have to boll It 20 or 30 minutes Made In a minute says the doctor Health Colleo is really the closest Coffee Imitation over 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 he to unknowingly drink it for Coffee Sold at Pennys Drug- Store lion wt UMArras qty Sheriffs Sale For Taxes Monday Jan 13 1908 Being the 1st layof the Janua iterm oi the Lincoln county court will between the hours of 0 oclock A MT and 4 oclock P si in front 01 the courthouse door in Stanford Ky sell at publio outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand the following lists or so much as will pn taxes cost and penalty As fast as payments arc made the names will disappear The amount set opposite each iiaiu e includes G per cent penalty and cost of advertising T J HILL Sheriff STANFORD WHITE Bright J 112It r 150 acres 852 55 Elliott Win 25 acres 0 80 FnrrisJKnr2ycars22acrcs 20 130 Flanger Jack 114 acres G li- Fenzcl Mrs Rhoda house it lot 10 85 Gill Mrs Bertha 1acre J 1 10 Hasty Xnuuic u r town lot 4 21 Harrison II P 59 acres 39 55 Heath Thos u r 55 acres 5 60 Tames W H 25 acres 5 60 McMulling Logan 2A acres 5 10 Peacock Luella 150 acres 52 5l Stmtton Mrs Nancy 2 9C Warren Miss Mary town lots 8 10 STAFOlnCOIAiWD Harrow Manuel 1acre 3 65 Bright John n r 1 acre 3 1C Craig Flem town lot G GC Givens Kate n r 10 acres 3 1C Hayes Bony 15 acres 8 OC Lytle Robert 2i acres 7 GC Lackey Thomas 5 acres j 50 tlcMulling Logan 2 acres 3 40 Ray George town lot it 8C Rout Pattic 6 acres 2 9li Stewart Harrison 8 acres 3 40 Wade Davidson 30 ucrcs- WAYNDSBUItfl 4 60 WIIITK Ashley W H 56 acres 8 Iii- Abt Casper Agt 20 acres 3 Otl Unngh Silas o2 acres G 8i Baugh Isaac 4 acres pO Jastin S B 155 acres 7 O Drown G L u r 3 acres 3 JO Byrd Joseph 30 acres G W ogle Jim 2 acres 4 70 Cunningham 14 acres 4 80 Damzick J E 50 acres 5 30 Dewitt J II 22U acres 13 20 Green II L n r 25 acre 32il Griffin S 18 acres 5 90 Harris John S 37 acres S 20 Iarris Mrs Lottie 24 acres a 45 Hilton Thomas n r 1 acre 2 75 Fohnston tC Itastin 148 acres 4 25 Johnston J M town lot 8 25 Leach Geo W u r 40 acres 3 4i Lenchrs Martha 25 acres 2 85 Iwllins Miss Nellie i aero 2 80 arker Joe 100 acres 4 85 Jetner John G5 acres 7 10 tobinson Wm 10 acres 5 60 Rll sell G W hrs 325 acres 8 30 Under Chas 35 acres fi 10 Speak 0 G 57 acres 33 GO Smith Mrs Eva 200 acres 5 30 heploy August n r 100 acres ao hollstoif B F n r 50 acres 4 80 tephcus Edn r 40 acres 3 DO uddiith A 0 hrs n r 50 acres 3 70 hoop Mis Ellen 42 acres 3 35 scant Laud Co 130 acres G Vi Young Nannie It 18 acres 2 H i Young Clark 11 acres 5 55 Yocum Ellas 1 acre 300 WAYNES llLIta COIXMlEll Jones Eddie 20 acres 4 25 Martin Lucy 5 e acres 480 CltAII onCIIltUWJUTl Anderson John 5 acres 5 35 Davis Martha 5 acres 3 10 Delaney Mrs Kato 50 acres 3 10 Dishon Frank 20 acres i 5 60 Gover Annie 10 acres 4 80 Guest J W 175 acres 2 years 133 83 Holmes D V 190 acres 37 04 Hntlleld Mrs Lucinda 20 acres 3 00 Leasurc Joseph 35 acres 6 50 Pettus Mrs Kate town lot 5 85 Singleton Clara hrs 1G8 acres 21 25 Smith Annina 135 acres II 30 Spratt J C 136 acres 7 05 Severance lire 1 acre 3 10 Steineggen Arnold 35 acres 4 50 Turnlmll Fannie 111 acres 13 65 Turnbull John 70S acres W 15 Turner hrs 10 acres 3 10 Weaver lire 50 acres 310 diun OHCHAUU coioini Lackey Ike six acres 5 68 Lackey Bet lire 27 acres 3 65 IIU3TONVILIH WHITE Burton A J town lot 10 35 Casky Rebecca town lot 5 95 Carson J K n r 42 acres 13 60 Dayton Sara J gdn 36 acres 13 G Gaines Matthew 12 acres 5 55 Russell Jolla 15 acres G 20 Reynolds Milton 26 acres 8 25 Minks Mrs Eliza town lot 8 G5 Salison Frank 100 acres 6 40 Wagner Thomas IOC acres 5 95 Wilcher Lee 48 acres 4 80 IIUS rONVILLHCOLOItIIU- Bailey Chas 1 nero G 415 Bailey Thomas Sr 1 acre 8 95 Bailey Moscow town lot 4 80 Brown Tiusley town lot 4 80 Bright Eva 2 acres 4 75 Brown E II acre 4 GO Cloyil John Ln r town lot 3 10 Durham Goo n r 35 acres G 4B Durham Dan 1 acre 8 90 Frye Bottio n r 6 acres 3 f0 Gllli lie Jane town lot 2 90 Given John 25 acre C 95 hacker Harrison 14 ucros 4 90 McKinney J Kate 1 aero 4 25 Vnudennau hoary town lot 4 85 Wade Delphia n r G acres fi 95- WcUli James town lot 7 10 T J HIM S L C 250 REWARD For Information that will convict tiny one on lit fnrm hunters tttko wnnlutgSbelbylItyKy McKINNEY MARBLE C GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors IKsii rs in mid manufacturers of OrnnllB mill Murhle Monuments Klr t htss Work nt Hennoimlittf Prlcfv Dlllce mad Works McKliimv Ky Htioi clovil on Hiitunlny HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE IN CRAB ORCHARD I I have for Mb tWOhllUWI anti lots on Knlr round trt Terms nmde known on up pllnitlon CItAHUU7Ollklt frnbUrvliunlKx GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy adyinaile clothing when therft isso dlltrenee in the price of reedy aikda mitt iiurl a suit imiUeto your measure taken by nn experienced tailor have u handsome line of Winter goods oan Hake front n low Irlce buslness suit to Ihetlnest dress suit Also Ocrcontl Troul Sri end Fancy Vfsts The company I rep resent Is second to none Ill nt1tKYTIioTnllor Htnnford 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 EtT PENCE STANFORD KY THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED wIwLtAfOWls atiMfdlbaausae ivst wsFAiN r Claims and Collections We have special facilities for looking up Claims of all kinds Titles Estates Heirs Notes and Accounts Promptly Colleted Real estate and other property sold and exchanged If you have any property for sale or exchange write to us We are the oldest and most extensive advertisers of any real 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