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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE INTERIOP JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 24 1807N085 Resolutions of Respect Cofltlo Hall Diadem Lodge No 81 Knights of Pythias- Wftcrcas the Supreme Ruler of the Universe has soon fit to call Bro Forest S McClary from his earthly to his heavenly homo Whereas his family has lost a loving and faithful head Diadem Lodge No 81 has lost a good upright member and Stanford has lost one of her first rill zens and Whereas ho was one whose high sense of honor and consistency at all times characterized his public and private life therefore bo it Resolved that wo record Our deep sense of tho loss which the community and this lodge in particular has sue tanned and- Resolved that we extend our heartfelt sympathy and sorrow to the bereaved family and let them remember that ho that hath light within his own breast may sit in the center of night and en joy bright day and be it further Resolved that these resolutions bo spread upon our minutes published in tho INTERIOR JOURNAL and that a copy be sent to the bereaved family- T W Pennington J N Menefee Jr W II Wearen committee KINGSVILLE Squlro Adams was desirous of holding court Saturday but he hadnt any coun tyattorneyHarry Stout general manager of the Greenbrier Polo Co Charleston W Va was hero last week James Engleman went to Shelby City to visit his homofolks D B Fox of Bowen was tho guest of J A Englcman Wal ter Milburn of Stanford was with his uncles here Miss Corinno Johnson the pretty sister of Mrs G A Walter is her guest Mrs Clara Beagle of letBI Miss is with her parents Mr and Mrs F S Dunn Eugene Gooch of South JJcnd Ind was tho guest of relatives here Adloi Moss and wife of 0 K were hero this week Miss Birdlo Brown of Pleasant Point is with Mrs Green Murphy Mrs Simp son of Wayne county a boarder at Mrs Chcvolottes is quite ill of meas les E W Crelghton was In Mercer county this week James Dye and wife of Pleasant Point were guests of her sister Mrs Wm Dye Wallace Lin thicum of Burgin was here last week Whon to Go Homo From the UlufTton Ind planner When tired out go homo When you want consolation go home When you want fun go home When you want to show others that you have reformed go homo and let your family got acquainted with tho fact When you want to show yourself at your best go hone and do the act there Whon you fool like wing extra liberal go homo and practice on your wife and children first When you want to shlno with extra brilliancy go homo and light up the whole household To which we would add when you have a bud cold go homo and take Chamberlains Cough Homody and a quick euro is certain For sale by nil druggists A Homo Made Happy by Cham borlains Cough Romody About two months ago our baby girl hud measles which settled on her lungs and at last resulted In a severe attack of bronchitis Wo had two doctors but no relief was obtained Kvurybody thought she would die- I went to eight different stores to find II certain remedy which had been recommended to mo and failed to got It when ono of tho storekeepers Insist ed that I try Chamberlains Cough Itomcdy I did so rod our baby Is alive and well today Geo W Spence Holly Springs N C Fort snlo by alldrugglsts- Advance Agent Our show has avery large repertoire Uncle Den Well youll havo to putt t up somewhere else We aint got no accommodations for wild animals Trial Catarrh treatments are being malted out free on request by Dr Shoop Raclno Wis These tests are providing to tho people without a penny a cost tho groat vnluo of this Bclentlllo prescription known to drug gists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug Store Ono comps in In hap under cultivati6n 1450 acres while another has 1303 acres It costs to produce tho tea and placo it in tho market at Calcutta from 7 to 9 cents a pound For any of tho ordinary diseases of tho skin Chamberlains Salvo Is excel lent It not only allays tho itching and smarting but effects a euro For salo by all druggists China imported 1500000 worth of American cigarettes last year besides an increased amount of American pipes and tobacco L IIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Rocllla Lowder Is dead at Mt Olive Casey county W P Knight a prominent Jessamine county citizen is dead Charles W Metcalf of Pincviilc will start a bank at Middlcsboro Thomas Mullins ono of the oldest farmers of Anderson county is dead Mrs Louisa Gullcy of Garrard died at tho homo of her son J D Gulley in Lexington Tho fiscal court of Washington county has appropriated 1000 to protect property from night riders and other attorneys have filed suit in tho Casey circuit court for T J Jones against tho Chicago Veneer Co of Burnside for 10000 on account of personal injuries MATRIMONIAL Harvey Jones and Miss Gertrude liar ley of Mercer drovo to Lexington and were married John Potts of Lexington and Miss Minnie Eastham of Danville will be married early in January Miss Mattio Scott daughter of E Scott and Claude Prcwitt both of Gar rard eloped to Jellico and were married James Bailey of Knox county was given two years in the penitentiary for killing L R Campbell of tho Flat Lick section of that count- yMrlsaacShelby Jr of Arcadia and brother of Mrs P M McRoberts of this place and Miss Madge McAtee of Owensboro will be married next Saturday It will be a quiet homo wedding Mr Shelby is a prosperous young farmer and is a son of Maj Isaac Shel by Sr of this county while his bride tobe is a hansdome accomplished and most lovable young lady Mr Shelby has rented the R G Denny farm on the Knob Lick pike and will go to house keeping soon The INTERIOR JOURNAL extends best wishes for a happy married life and that they may enjoy all the good things that this world can bring to them A tickling cough from any cause Is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And It Is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tolls mothers everywhere to give It without hesitation oven to vury young babos The wholosomo green leaves and tender stems of a lung bealing mountainous shrub furnish tho curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals tho sure nnd sensitive bronchial mom branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Simply a roslnous plant ex tract that helps to heal aching lungs Tho Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor usos Tho Sacred fJurb Always demand Dr Shops Cough Cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store At the annual dinner of the New England Society of Cincinnati Gov Augustus E Willson of Kentuckywas tho principal speaker responding to the toast A New England Woman A Real Wonderland South Dakota with Its rich silver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural formations Is a veritable wonderland At Mound City In tho homo of Mrs K D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occurred Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr KlngV Now Discovery tho great medicine that saved his lifo and completely cured him Guaranteed coughs and colds throat and lung trouble by Pennys Drug Store COc and 81 Trial bottle free To any young man expecting to at tend the Eastern Kentucky State Nor real School Richmond Ky Write to I H Boothe president Y M C A Richmond Ky at as early a date as possible and ho will mako arrangements for meeting you at the train and finding a suitable boarding place You can then coma to the office of tho president who will assist you in making out your course of study I A Dangerous DeadlockIthat sometimes terminates fatally is tho stoppage of liver and bowel funct ions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed satis factory in every case or money back at Pennys Drugstore 25o TeacherNow Johnny why is it moro blessed to give than to receive Johnny Because when you receive youve got to give something better New York Sun I I It is estimated that there aro 51000 breweries in the world and half of them are in Germany NEWS NOTES Mrs Susie Shultz a bride of two months was burned to death at Owens boroWm Beavers probably fatally cut Hubert Lewis in a fight in Washington county By a vote of 14 to 10 the ordinance fixing the saloon license in Louisville ul 500 was tabled Gallatin county voted against saloon by n majority of 90 after a warm fight extending over several weeks While repairing a house in Frankfort Nita Singleton carpenter fell from the building and broko his neck Fouryearold Claude Wheeler of Boonoville Ind fell lute a kettle or boiling lard and died from the effects John Bennett of Hart county is the father of 25 children He has 100 great grandchildren and is hale and hearty at 85 years J N Hubbard of Carter county a now witness testified at Georgetown that he was told by Youtsey that he Youtsey would kill Goebel Action is being taken in Tennessee tc test the right of the State Firo Marsha to summon witnesses and compel them to testify during an investigation of firesTho temporary plant of tho Presto lite Co in Indianapolis blew up Elmer Jessup and John Vangorder were fatal ly hurt and O II Skinner was serious ly injuredMen attendance at the conference of the tobacco situation generally express the opinion that tho governors plan will have good results even shout a sale of the Burley crop in pool not be Jackson with two compan ions was carried over Pawtuxet Falls in a canoe Jackson froze to death standing on a rock under the falls while a crowd of 200 persons unable to reach him watched him die The two NQrmal Schools of Kentucky and tho State College have united in their efforts to better the school system- In Kentucky and alto to build up a great State College At a meeting of the re gents legislation that will bo asked at the next session of the General Assem bly was agreed upon A Negro woman was shot at Hopkins vllle in some manner at present un known but Howard Sullivan one of the Louisville militiamen who firedon a skulker near the womans cabin is held pending an investigation A squad of the soldiers exchanged shots with three unknown men who refused to obey the orders of the picket Attorneys for George S Loft us are preparing a bill of complaint against the Pullman Company charging that the company has grown so powerful and arrogant that it has become a menace to transportation interests and the general public alike and asking an investigation of tho rates charged and the profits made In an address at Cleveland before the Merchant Marine convention Senator Foraker flayed the Roosevelt adminis tration which he charged was respon siblo for tho present financial troubles in which the country finds itself Ho condemned the railroad rate bill also and urged a movement to establish a greater merchant marine Col Jouett Henry commanding the Third Kentucky infantry of tho State Guard sent his resignation to the gen eral commanding and from there it will go to Gov Willson Col Henry feels that his services have been ig nored In the recent use of troops at Hopkinsvillo and is offended by tho lack of consideration which he thinks has been shown him Sensational scenes marked the con ference of the tobacco interests held in Frankfort on the call of Gov Willson but as a result of tho meeting the Anerican Tobacco Company has agreed to send its head of tho leaf department to Winchester to look at the Burley stock now on hand and this may mean the purchase of the entire 1906 crop and tho distribution of 19 000000 among the farmers of the State At a conference Chief Justice ORear condemned the sending of troops to Hopkinsville and was sharply rebuked by Gov Willson but loudly applauded by tho planters present A letter from the head of the Burley society threatening the use of salt in preventing the growing of acrop was read The Dark Tobacco Growers Association declined- to send representatives to tho meeting The gun that killed Goebel has been produced in court and the man behind the is in the penitentiary But tho men behind the man tho gun are still unwhipped of justice Frankfort Journal Notice To Our Customers Wo are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tat for coughs colds and lung trouble Is nut affected by tho Notional Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults G L Penny HUSTONVILLE There have been 32 applications fo the pastorate of the Christian church here but no selection has yet been made The BazaarMusical last week included a soprano solo which deserved the prolonged applause received from the large audience All of the Christian church ladies who are interested in repairs on the church are requested to meet with Mrs Emi mett McCormack Thursday afternoon at 230 to discuss tho advisability of purchasing a new carpet etc There will be preaching at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night Night subject God Trying Ills 0 vn A vocal solo at the morn ling service will be rendered by ono of Miss Evans advanced pupils in voice culture All invited Thomas J Bell and family for some years residents of this place have mov ed to Liberty Mrs Pattie Drye and daughter of Covington are visiting Mrs W D Hocker James Frye of Lexington spent a few days with old friends here F B Twidwell former ly of this place but now living in Tex as is with friends here A musical and dramatic entertainment under direction of Miss M Evans will be given at Alcorns Opera House Wednesday evening Dec 25th This entertainment will be unusually good being led by professionals and assisted by advanced elocution students and de serves the patronage of the entire com munity They will play Danville and Stanford next week At 1030 Sunday morning a tho home of Mrs Sue Jones near town Miss Wil lie Bohon was married to Mr Russell Palmer of Pittsburg la in the pres ence of a largo gathering of relatives mid friends The Impressive ceremony was performed by Rev S B Lander After partaking of a most delightful repast the bridal party left for Knoxville Tenn where they will be entertained for a few days after which they will leave for Pittsburg where Mr Pal mer has large business interests Among the moves that will take place this week we note the following Mrs Sue Jones to the Dunn property Danville Ave Mrs Mag Dunn to her farm near Mt Salem N C Hicks to the Carpenter farm near Dr Becks John Burton to the farm bought of W P Carson W P Carson to the Jen kins place recently bought of E M Mc Cormack Frank Vaughn to the residence of Mrs Sallie Bailey Walter McKinney who has been witha sur veying party in Arkansas for about six months is at home D H Skinner is at home from Stonega Va for the holidays CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Rev Geo W Mills formerly pastor of the Hustonvillo Christian church w rites us as follows from Madisonville O The INTERIOR JOURNAL makes its regular trips to my study It is always read with pleasure I want it to con tinue its visits for another year En closed you will find 2 Cincinnati money this is what we use over here If it is not good coin of tho relm in Stanford return it and Twill send you check The church at Hustonville ask ed me to return for the year 1903 It was very hard for mo to decline a call to live among and labor for the best people on earth Tho great needs of the work hero was all that kept me from returning to old Kentucky my native State Withlnll her faults I love her still When tho Stomach Heart or Kid ney nerves get weak then these 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 Restorative 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 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 ExPresident Grover Cleveland and Mrs Cleveland both lost money in the Knickerbocker Trust Company failure which may havo led them to sell their real estate property in Omaha says a telegram from city Millions of bottles of Foleys Honey and Tar havo been sold with out any person ever having expert enced any other than beneficial results from Its uso for coughs colds and lung troubles This Is because the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar In the yellow package contains no opiates or other harmful drugs Guard your health by refusing any but the genuine G L Penny W H MuellerSTANFORD KY Shoes and Rubber Goods Our stock incomplete Now is the time to get your Footwear WVliave nil kinds of the best brands High Top Shoes 8250 to 8400 We have the best brands in Ilubbcr goods Come and see our stock of Shoes nUll Rubber Footwear before you buy elsewhere and get prices SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc rOur Christmas Goods are All in Come and See Us weH HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky Christmas Goods FOR EVE FR BODY W B McRoberts DRUGGISl STANFORD 4 The Interior Journal B C WALTONI JOHN J MOSER li a candidate for Jailer of inblect to tbe action of the Democratic party L M BRUCE It a candidate for Jnller of subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES Co HAYS li a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county snbjfct to the action of the Democratic party D C ALLEN of Lincoln coun li a candidate for Assessor ty subject to tbu action of the Democratic party Democratic Ticket For United States Senator J C W BECKHAM UNDER the profit sharing plan of the United States Steel Corporation theI employees will receive handsome Christmas presents this year in the shape of 10000000 which will be distributed between now and January 1 190S The payments represent dlv idends to holders of the 7 per cent preferred stock a bonus of 5 a share each year on every share of stock and extra dividenta incident toI the operations of the plan Since the plan became operative approximately 47000 employes have participated in the profit More than 10000 employees have held stock from the begin ning of the plan This is one of the trusts that is making itself popular Gov has Room NoI 1 at the Capital Hotel for temporary headquarters where he will meet his friends who come to town and others interestad in his candidacy as the dem ocratic nominee for the United States Senate Edward 0 Leigh who was the governors secretary during his term of office will be on hand to wel come visitors and attend to routine mat ters that come up Call at the exgov ernors headquarters when you visit the capital city TimE Italiangovernment through its ambassador at Washington has made a demand for indemnity for tobacco be longing to the Italian regie which was burned by night riders during the raid in Hopkinsville The tobacco was val ued at 12000 The demand was made on the State Department and Secretary Root is also asked to intervene to prevent further destruction of the property of the regie in Kentucky Gov WILLSON is besieged by appli cants for State jobs but has laid down the rule that no appointments will be made until after the people of the sec tion affected by the appointment have had a chance to express themselves either for or against applicants He also announced that he will require members of fhe Board of Equalization to agree not to draw pay except when they attend meetings Tim Frankfort Journal and the Som erset Journal take issue with us in ref erence to the publication of childrens letters to Santa Claus but as the editors of both of those publications have reached second childhood we wont quar rel with them Children are more or less alike in their taste and that ac counts for Bros Walton and Campbell enjoying Santa Claus letters Tim Louisville Times admits that Hon Henry Watterson of the Courier Journal would have taken the guber natorial nomination in 1903 had it been tendered him but from I other authori ties just as reliable comes the news that he was reaching for the nomina tion with both hands You may pay your money and take your choice as to which report to believe t FIGURES complied by the Journal of Commerce of New York shows that in January a total of 185600 000 will be paid in dividends and interest by va rious corporations against 180900000 in the same period a year ago This ought to materially keep the money stringency familiarly known as hard times OUR Congressman Hon Harvey Helm of this place was given the fol lowing committee assignments in Con gress Insular Affairs and Expendi tures on Public Buildings A MERRY Xmas to our readers one and all That they may enjoy to the fullest extent the happy yuletide is our sincere wish POLITICAL Senator Culberson offered a resolu tion for a Congressional investigation 1ofthe present financial stringency f j Senatorelect Thomas A Combs of Fayette county has announced his cant didacy for the chairmanship of the Democratic caucus The Governor of West Virginia wIlT I call an extra session of the Legislature for January 28 for the consideration of rsmore stringent mining laws Gov Willson has appointed B J Be r thurum of Somerset tJommonwealths ex attorney for the 28th Judicial district to succeed J N Sharp resigned t u The chaplain of the Oklahoma House offered a player that William J Bryan might be the next president of the United States The Nebraskan was given an ovation by the General Assem blyThe Taft forces who control the re publican State central committee of dnio will probably force a convention in February for the selection of delegates to the National convention The Foraker supporters are seeking delay Gov Willson has offered the appoint ment of Assistant Adjutant Gcpcral to Maj E E Bassett of Hopkinsville as- a mark of esteem and in recognition of his services at Hopkinsville following the raid of the night riders Maj Bas sett probably will decline I Judge John E Cooper the widely known jurist lawyer soldier and poll tician of Mt Sterling died at Hot Springs Ark where ho had gone for the benefit of his health Judge Cooper was 71 years old and was Circuit Judge for 18 years and formerly State Sena torFor the first time in Colorados history and perhaps in the history of the country a jury composed entirely of women served throughout a lawsuit finally rendering a The suit was tried before Justice Carlon and involved the question whether a garment purchased by a woman from n local merchant fitted the purchaser The jury decided that it did fit If a movement started by women voters of Colorado succeeds two women will be among the delegates to the Democratic National Convention and one will be Mrs Ruth Bryan Leavitt eldest daughter of William J Bryan Some advocate Mrs Leavitts selection- as a delegate Mrs Lcavitt has been- a resident of Denver five years and is president of the Jane Jefferson Club of that city She is now in Europe with motherWe it as straight as straight can be that Senator McNutt of Louisville who some claimed would not support the Democratic nominee for U S Senator unequivocally declared n the presence of several persons that ho would vote for Gov Beckham as sure as the roll is called The Senator says he is a Democrat and believes that it is the duty of Demo crats to support their nominees Frank fort Journal Gov Willson has announced that the first duty of the new State inspector will be to investigate the management of the State charitable institutions and it was also announced that no man tigers of political campaigns will be al lowed to serve as members of the Board govern1orwill not wait until after the Senate has aijourned to do this By an almost unanimous vote the Republican Committee of New York county refused to consider a resolution indorsing Gov Hughes for the Republic n presidential nomination When the resolution was offered a motion was immediately introduced providing that the resolution go over for consideration at the next meeting of the committee In January This motion was adopted with a shout that could be heard outside the committeeroom ITUE following dispatch issent from Omaha Neb W B Lock of Foun tain Col formerly of Lincoln county Ky killed his divorced wife Mrs Leonard Collins and then committed sui cide near here last night Mrs Collins obtained a divorce from Lock three weeks ago and a few days later was married to Collins with whom she lived on his ranch near here Lock came here yesterday walked out to the Col lins ranch and there committed the dou ble crime There are no Locks in this county that we know of and there must be a mistake either in the name or the former residence of the bloodthirsty fellow Mrs Morgan a thehostess at a delightful musicale and reception given at the roof garden auditorium of The Seelbach on Friday evening The programme was much appreciated bya critical and well pleased audience Mjp Bruces daughter Mfcs LaVerno Watterson Bruce who played several delightful violin solos and a number of Louisville children perfectly at ease on the stage gave some most Interesting songs and dances All numbers on the programme the solos choruses dances and readings all were given in a delightful manner Mrs Bruce who yore a charming empire chiffon gown was a delightful hostess and is being requested to arrange for a similar musl cale In January About Digestion- It is not the quantity of toed taken but the amount digested andassImI lated that gives strength and vitality to the system Chamberlains Stom ach 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 durance and a clear head Price 23 cents Samples free For sale by all druggists A joint reolution an limitinghepresident to six years was introduced n by Senator Cullom How Diphtheria is Contracted One often hears the expression liMy child caught a severe cold which do veloped Into diphtheria when the truth wajj that the cold had simply left the little one particularly susceptible to the wandering diphtheria germ When Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is given it quickly cures the cold and lessens the dangrof diphtheria orany other germ disease being contracted For sale by all druggi- stsStockholders Meeting AiiHMtliiKof the stockholder of tbe Na tonal Bank of Itustonrllle will bo held nt their luniklnc house In Hustonvlllo the sec ond Tuesday In January lot between u and A for the purlose of electing directors to serve Iheoiuulngytiir J W HOCK Kit Cashier StockholdersMeeting A meeting of tint stockholders of the First National Hunk of Wanton will U held at their iHinklng house the second Tuesday In ultctlngdlCtoraJolts J MtIlouann Cashier StockholdersMeetingA coin County National flunk or Stanford will txi hold attheir hanking hou o the sueonil Tuesday In January iwn for the puri ose of electing directors for the ensuing year W M1UUUHT Cashier Gooo Business for Sale My property and generalstock of mer chandise at cot will tell at once and alto furtherinformntlouN itiio n- MorkburyKy GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no ones word but coupe and sw illgoods sold at reduced prints Mensand IM dies Underwear oho llufolort Sfic fiiclna tors at Sc ones for MciSciikesof Ixnox Wolverine soup for tar i lucent Mens Llneu Collars for 13o Mens 8w caters for lntronngtCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court V F nobbltt Plaintiff vs Jestu finest t nl Hllhiununllt the Lincoln Circuit Court thu undersigned Commis sioner will on- MONDAY JANUARY lietween land yPdlnfront of tilt ttmrt house door In Htunford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the real estate hereinafter described for tilt debtlmllldunod Interest from Feb 2 Itwi plus IJ and the costs of tide action Maid land Is In Lincoln County Ky two and one fourth miles Mouth of LriibOrclmnt on the Homerset road adjoins the lands of Uobbltt on the BaL Owsley on the WIt Nelson on the Mouth and guest on the North and U bounded follows llcgln nlng at n stump mentioned In the convey ancvof J K lloldainand wife to Ann Nol son thence IS K 7 poles links to n riot tree thence H75 W I poles 31 links thenre N ai K 10 pole US links to the beginning containing about thirty txiuaro poles The ante will made on n credit of six mouth and the purchaser will he re iilml to give bond for the prior with approved security payable to the Commis sioner and liearlng a per cent Interest loon the date of sale until paid to b further secured by R lien on the 11In sold GEO U SAUFLEY M C L C C Weak Women To weak and tiling women there U at least one way to help nut with that war two treatments must be combined One Is local one U constitu tional but both are Important both essential Dr Shoopi Night Cure is the Local Dr Shoops Restorative the Constitutional Tbe former Dr Shoops Night Clueia topical mucous membroaa suppository remedy while Dr hoops Iflstoratlre Is wholly an Internal treat went The Restorative reaches throughout the entire intern peeking the repair of aU nerve all Ul5l1ft ana all blood aliment The CUre a its name implles does its work while you sleep lesoothessoreandineam- ed mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and discharges while the Restorative eases nervous ambltlonlbuildDr Shoop- iRestoretlveTabletaorueuldart general tonic to the system ror positive local help use as well Dr hoops- Night Cure Kiep Your Bowels Open It Is a noticeable fact and one which any doctor will verify that people who suffer most often from disease are the ones wJio have the most difficulty in keeping their bowels open Regulai bowel action is half the battle of health ncy to con- stipatlponmustotnecessity use something to help nature along This should nol be a violent aid like salts or purgative waters cathartic pills or powders but a syrup liquid that will oil the intestines and membranes that it comes in contact with Children women and weak people generally should never be given a strong physic as It weakens tbe system And II kt futile for the strongest person because the relief If simply for that day and then tbe reac non seta in and you are worse off than before What Is needed is a prompt but gentle laxa PeplnPeopleand It U being better liked by more people every rear The reason Is that It tills a want It li unlike anything else Results are so sure In constipation dyspepsia Indigestion liver trouble biliousness flatulency sour stomach weak stomach bloated stomach and such Ilia that a cure of any of these ailments Is absolutely guaranteed A bottle costs but W teats orl and Is worth a hundred times that to any sufferer Wise mothers keep It constantly In the bouse for emergencies because It Is needed at some time or other brevery member of tbe family auperlntendenthas kept her cbal1lelllnllerfec health by tbe use of Dr Cald whenever a atom ach complaint was brought to her attention No other laxative Is used In the Home Buy a bottle yourself today and watch the prompt and per manent results FREE TEST IwellInc can have a free tamplt battle sent to their home by addressing the company This Is to prove thatthe remedy will do as wa claim and It only open to those have never taken It Send for It It you have any symptoms of stomach liver or disease Gentlest yet most eaecbve laxative for children women and old folks guaranteed permanent homo cure THE PUBUO VERDICT Laxative So Good and Sure at DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product bears purity guarantee 17 Washington 0 PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Caldwell Bldn Montleetlo III HOTEL FOR RENT I otter for rent for the year IUN hotel In IJinciistcr known at the Mason Hotel or lalnes house The building Is well located and wnjoyx a good pnlroifiiKU A good op portunity for the rlllht man Apply at mice MUM K J AHON Lancaster Ky INSURANCE lire Lightning WlndRtorlllLit and looldent None bU and BKBT Companies Hepreiented Lowell Pos tlbleRates Loss raying nee tea Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No SI 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest In Central Ken tuck Get my Hates be fore Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Itcprc scuted Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Mo charge for examination scientllicnl ly testing eyes by uptodate methods Prtf crlptlon glasses ground to order set workstyle frame or skeleton mountings anti material guaranteed alllrllctoO charges moderate Permanently IUCllhClllI Central Telephone 1 Ky L f POWKIL- Jr ml unt oil uptometryst THE MIDWINTER TERM Whlrh is the ruslr term Oni Jan II Ito you want to lwn working unit In the llvest mot nmbiuou enthusiastic and professional boov of tea In is v r million together for study in Knstcrn Kentucky if so see your County Hupeiltitondent now lhuut an appolntnn ut to fnt tuition If you have not already dow o and write to the President of the K K H N 8 for a catalog telling him what studies you de sire AddressIt UiiVKK Itlchimmd Ky IRIBBtE PENCE Undertakers and- EmbaImors STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All lauds Carpets Druggets Rugs ittiup Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Plume 28 Ni ht 166 or 133 11IIncolll MV IIIRIrllnlntllT vs Otis Cole ct nl Defendants Notice of sale Pursuant to a of the Lincoln circuit court the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY JANUARY 13 heel lietween I cud PM In front of the court house door In Htanlord Ky sell at public the wad lest bidder the IlKhoutCrab orchard Ky containing acres Hald land Is known as tho John Pollard land and was Inherltedxby Anne H lover from her fattier Iltinley Hln and it bounded on tie West by the lands of K K itapleton on tho Mouth by the landof J V Uuet and on the Ynlt told West by the lends of dutnmns help The debts to satlslled from of this sale aro as follows To MSMlgler IInd Interest fron Jan plus 300 rellllllnderiiuanycourt The salewill be made on a credit of six months anti the purchaser will be required to give bond for the purchase price with ap proved security payable to Commis and lH at tlalt rate of perannuwIromvlatHOfInieuntil paid The will IM furl a on tho land sold GEO D SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court L O Lee PlalntllT vi Ham Leeet nl De fendants Notice of Made Pursuant to a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court In styled action the undersigned Master Cotnr 0 Court will on MONDAY JANUARY law between and r In front of the court house door in Htunford IYiaell at public outcry to the highest bidder the real estate which In hereinafter descried Hald real estate consists of n house and lot In the city of Stanford Lincoln County Ky which Is bounded thus Heginnlng at a stake feet from the center of the Knox vlllo branch of tie Lt N IL It thence corner to J A Carpenter thenco N W feet to a stake In thu side of an al ley thouce with the extension of the lino of the Mouth side of said alley Nny 1157 feet to a stake corner to other lands of the grnntorthence H K lots feet to stake In tho North of of of the Knox vlUo brunch of the etNIiltthencewlthsame W feot to the Iwglunlng con taining half of one acre The sale will be mode on a credit of six months and the purchaser will bo required to give bowl for proved security mable to thebonnml sinner and bearing Interest at the title of six per cent per 0unwnifrotndate of wile until paid sutlt bend to into the force and elTect of a judgment Tho of this sale Is the reinvestment of the roectdathenofnnd no of tho bond fur tho purchase price shall be paid except such miwlll sulllco to tho cot of this action the court shall have approved the uulnvestment of the pro coeds of this In real estate In which It Is proposed to reinvest same CEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C Christmas J 0 n PresentsI If youare going to give a present why not give one that is USEFUL such as the arti cles named below A handsome Umbrella i forfa lady or gentleman 5 75Q and 1000 Af4Silk Scarf 2 3 and 350 Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs 25 and 50c White Hemrstitched with initial letters 50c v Mens Ties all Styles 25jf 50 75C and 100 Large Plain White Silk Handkerchiefs 50c and Mens Half Hose 25c to 150 Ladies suiHose 1 150I2 and 3 Per Pair I Scarf Pins Collar Buttons Cuff Buttons Gentlemens Initial Linen Handkerchiefs 1 packed 12 dozen to the box 150 a box atsa H J McJROBRTS 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 eta PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing I a think of ALDRIDGE When you think of ALDRIDGE think of Roofing The best ROOF PAINT furnished and put on S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky E C L IaYIf 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 latest styles in WRITING PAPER A bottle of choice PERFUME would make a nice Xmas gift STANFORD DRUG CO 4 s n Jti Waste Paper Baskets 50c to 8125 Raflier Straw Handkerchief Boxes 1l8c Rnfiier Straw Olovo Boxes iScj Wash Rag Bogs Hoc Fancy Handker jlfchicf Boxes 25 to IHc Fancy Glove Boxes 25 to 48c Handkerchief Bags ffOc Shoe Pockets 25c Broom Pockets 25 nnd 50c Brush Pockets GOc Pin- Cushions r lllc to 81 Calendars 25c MaJcb Scratches 25c Tic Racks 89c Mending Sets 25 stud 39c Embroidery Sots 81e Rugs 98c to 8350 Back Combs lOc to 81 Beaded Bags 81 to 83 Silk Petticoats 85 to 810 Silk Scarfs GOo to 8350 Silk Shawls 82 to 85 Itox of Ruchiug 25c Work 1Baskets 25c and up MCUH Mudlcra 25c to 8150 Fancy Hand kerchief and lOc STANFORDri BrANrono TRY some of our Imported Puro Olive Oil 35c and COc a Drug- Store n PERSONALS Pnop WALTER HdrrHR Is at homo from Mt Sterling GEOKGH MENEFEB Is at home from J lolin Mo for Xmas ROBERT WATERS of St Louis is with tho homcfolks hero MIss KonunTA OlUNNON is nt homo from college at Oxford O 1Mitg W S DUNHAM will spend Xmas 1with her parents In Doyle Imi WlooniiMANN of Cincin nati Is tho guest of Mr M M Sweeny Mn W T MILLER and wife of Middlcburg were here shopping Satur day LESTER McIUnnuE and Otis New from Georgetown Colland are at home legsMnJ EBucKjnnd family have mov i ed into their nowJlhomo on Lancaster streetMR ERNEST CARTER of Evansvllle Ind joined hill wife and ion hero Saturday I BEVERLY Kourjand Hays Foster are at home from State College for the holidays MRS A DKOOT returned Sunday from a visit to MM Etta Belle Root at IllVM Vf THRFinLn nnd children of Livingston were with Mr and Mrs Elmore MRS JOHN H WONBR has been visiting relatives at Lebanon Junction and Louisville MRS JOHN COUUTBR and children of Yosemite left for Naihvllle Sunday to visit relatives DR L G SINOLBTOV of Bowling Green Is with his brother Supt Gar land Singleton Miss STELLA ADAMS of Mt Vcrnon is visiting Mrs Patsy Brown and Mis M M Sweeney MIss SUSAN FISHER WOODS has re turned from a delightful visit to Mends in MillcrsburR and Richmond Miss BEULAH CARSON who is attend ing the State Normal School at Rich mond is at homo for tho holidays REV J W HACIN of Covlngtonj joined his wife and children at Mr F Cashs last night l Miss DAISY VANDEVEER who is temporarily located at Clifton Tenn is here to spend Xmas with tho home folksWILLIAM CARSON has a mild case of typhoid fever Ills sister Miss Lottie Canon who has tho fever is doing as well as could be expected Miss PEARL WEDD is here from Kings Mountain to make her homo with her sister Mrs Clarence Dunn and to at tend school Somerset Republican Miss MARY REm has returned from a delightful trip to Fort Riley Kas She came by way of Chicago and spent a few days with her sister Mrs Henry BanfordAdvocateMR of Corbin who has been the guest of Mr Ed Bat lard is downjwith typhoid lever at his home in the country His mother Mrs Carrie Shelton is at his bedside W J BROWN has returned from Ok lahoma Ho was very much pleased I with tho new State and intends to lo cato there as soon as he can dispose of his property here Somerset Journal Mr Brown married Miss Cora Jones of this places MRS BESSIE REID MCKINNEY will occupy tho cottage on Lancaster street next year Mr WO Speed and wife will move to their farm in the West End J T Embry nnd family will oc cupy tho residence vacated by Mrs Mc Kinney REV L M OMER orders his paper sent to Sandcrsville Ga where he has accepted ncallto preach Sandcrsville is a town ofl3500 inhabitants and tho Christian congregation there has just built a handsomo20000 church and Rev Omcr will be tho first pastor to occupy its pulpit Tho Omega have been in Richmond Vaslnco they left here SENATOR TOOK HUDDLE of Lin coIn county was on hand last night but simply as an interested spectator I dont raise any tobacco as I have found that at tho price it brings now it keeps the people who do raise it on the ragged edge nearly all tho time j Senator Hubble is in sympathy with the growers in their fight for living prices Frankfort Journal MRS Wix DILLION went up to Lon don yesterday MR W A YEAGBR of Middlesboro was here Sunday MRS STUCKYof Louisville is with Miss Salllo MRS DudlorarIparents at Bardstown Miss EMMA WEWT of Lancaster is with Mrs W B OBannon JUDGE GEO AL DAVISON of Coving ton is hero for a few davs Mns ERNEST WARRBN of Middles born returned home Saturday Miss ETHEL DUNN Is spending a fe days with relatives in Garrard MR GEORGE EALY and wife have taken rooms at Mr J B Goochs REV A A HIGGINS of Hart county is with the homofolks for Xmas REV It B MAHONY and little Vir ginia were in Louisville last week J N MpJEFEE JR will go up to Ashland Friday to attend the dance Miss KATHERINE WARREN of Somer sot is with tho homefolks for Xmas MRS P M McHoBHKTS spent sevor al days with her homefolks at Arcadia MISSES VIRGINIA BOURNE and Mary Higgins are at home from the College of Music Cincinnati MRS J W HAGIN and children of Covington are with her parents Mr and Mrs John F Cash MR CEO B Ewe and bride of Cincinnati arrived yesterday to tnend Xmas with tho homefolksR- EIRDSIINTATIVE HflLM will spend tho Christmas holidays in Now York says a Washington dispatch Miss SALLIE TAYLOR WOODS will leave Friday for Ashland for a visit to Miss Fannie Miller Preston MRS NANCY LOGAN has gone to Prairlo Home Mo to see her daugh ter Mrs Kate Davit who ia very ill Tim Editor his wife and two chil dren Miss Lucy Lee and Clalborno C Walton aro in Cincinnati for a few days sightseeingLOCALS SEE W H Muellers ad SEE the Jnctlon fence Singletons STOCK Poultry food at SIngle- tons No paper Friday but well come ou as usual Tuesday 31st D V BROWN Leghorn roosters for sale at each S H Aldridgo Stanford TAKE your clothes to Cook Farmer and have them cleaned and pressed fo Xmas XMAS presents which will make your friend think of you forever at W H Muellers CoME and make Xmas selection while we have a good stock to select from Farris IK you want to make home happy Christmas let us sell you a doll Stan ford Drug Co y ALL the old fiddlers will take part in tho old fiddlers contest at Waltons Opera House Friday night Dec 27 DONT forgot that children of the poor will be looking for Santa Claus too Dont let them feel the anguish of neglect ye who have plenty I HAVE again opened my cleaning and pressing department and all work thankfully received and will be given tho best of attention Ed Wilkinson GIFKORD Elisha Gifford aged 87 died at Middtcburg Friday Jle was tho grandfather of Clarence Coleman a frequent contributor to this paper TilE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange sit Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars nnd prIcesrWE have tho latest assortment of writing paper in Stanford Buy a box and write your best girl a letter ex tending Xmas greetings Stanford Drug Co- TILE Lancaster city council has de cided to elect Luther A Herron chief of police The Stanford council hasnt arrived at a decision yet and may not for somotlmo GET your seats to the old fiddlers contest at McRoberts drug store Waltons Opera House promises to bo crowded for that attraction Friday night next 27th Can We Help You To decide the vexing question of what to buy for a Christmas present Carefully scan theso lists and you Avillno 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 rind you may want a more eubstan tint gift We are giving a reduction of 25 per cent on all Cloaks Suits Skirts Pure ROOMS for rent over W H HIggins i store MASQUERADE rink morrow night nth Din cut In Chlnaware Buy while it lasts Geo D Hopper CLOTIIBS cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers harbor shop NEW stock of Hoinzs preserves In 10pound stone jars at W II Higgins LoganwBUY a heateror a saddle for your boy for Xmas J C McClary Tun the Baptist church wide 08 on their bazaar held Satur day RICHARD COFFEY colored died of ty phoid fever in Dooleyvillo Saturday night DONT forget the masquerade skating rink tomorrow night Wednesday 5 In gold given away BUY your Xmas fruits nuts and can dies and chinaware from Hopper and you will get a square deal SILVKRLACE Wyandotte Roosters of puro strain for sale Mrs A J Rice R F D Moroland Ky LOST a plain gold ring at laundry fire with given name Inside Leave at this office and receive reward 2t You might get the 5 in gold by masking for the masquerade rink tomor row night 2oth Try for It Go to WSJONES for a basket of fruit box of Lowney nuts oys4 ters celery etc for Xmas Tim treeat the Christian church tonight promises to be a thing of beauty and a joy to the children JOHN J DURIIAM has been appointed carrier on Rural Route 2 from More land James Lvans is his substitute KEEP in mind the Old Fiddlers Con test at Waltons Opera House on Fri day night Dec 27th Six cash prizes to the best fiddlers closedttomorrowXmas day The post office will observe Sunday hours THE Tennessee Telephone Co has notified its patrons at Harrodsburg armighty howl is being made FOR SALESeveral cone pulleys small imposing stone lot of second handed type type cases stands and other printers supplies Write or phone this office A TWOYEAROLD son of Walter Rice of Lebanon Junction was buried hero Saturday afternoon The little fellow W3t grandson of Mr James H Carter of Halls Gap SOME broke a glass in Geo H Farris show window the other night and helped himself to a lot of fruit etc We need a night policeman One man can not watch day and night too IGo to Sam Goldstein for your Xmas presents Buy a handkerchief muffler necktie hand bag gloves suit case shoes suspenders towels etc from him lIe has a fine asortment to select from ASDURY SMITH a student at the State school for tho deaf at Danville was struck by the fast mail train of the Q C at Junction City Saturday and Instantly killed The young man was en route to Bowling Green his home to spend the holidays A FAIRLY good crowd attended the necktie rink Friday evening and a num ber of beginners were on the floor A half dozen Maywood boys came in and did pretty well for novices James Pickett Tribble got the prize for wear ing the largest necktie and Prescott Brown was awarded tho premium for tho smallest Each little gentleman was given a box of Lowneys Mes dames H J McRobcrts and L M Westnrfield and Miss Elizabeth Higgins were tho judges On Wednesday night a masked rink will bo given and 5 in cash will go to the best masked person By best masked is meant the most ar tistic representation as well as the best effort to hide ones Identity r men have a dance at the opera house Thursday night AN examination for appointment to State college will be held in my office Saturday 28th G Singleton Supt SELECT a nice chair picture rug or something that will please the children for Xmas at Tribblo Pences IK you want to make a nice and inexpensive Xmas gift buy a mufller necktie handkerchief pair suspenders hat suit case glovos umbrella pair of shoes at Sam Robinsons TILE Middlesboroan is the name of a new publication at Middlesboro Our old friend and townsman Mr A A Warren is its editor and it is as bright and breezy as you please POCKET knives cutlery salad bowls cake plates stickle plated tea kettles coffee pots and carvjng sets make handsome Xmas presents You will find them at Geo D Hoppers No PAPER FRIDAYThe INTERIOR JOURNAL will take a little Christmas and will not come out Friday The of fice will be open each day during the holidays however and if you want job printing done you will be accommo dated CALL onCummins 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 halfdozen handkerchiefs pair of gloves pair of shoes suit of clothes umbrella smok ing jacket etc etc Come in and see TilE Old Fiddlers Contest at Waltons Opera House Friday night next 27th promises to draw em from the lead mines There will be probably a doz en contestants and five cash prizes will be awarded The admission prices are 25c for children 35c for adults and 50c for reserved seats Tho latter can be secured at McRoberts Drug Store StockholdersMeeting A meotlng of thu stockholders of tho IVo pits Thank of Huilonvlllu will IH held at their bunkIng hoiuo In lluiloiivlllu be tween land on the Urit Saturday In ohcUngdlrletonJ W HfiHKINSCfMbler Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Funny Hutchison 1UilntlH vs Ruth ItutchUonetal Defendant NotlcoofHnle Circuit Pursuant Court Intheabovestyledaction the umlerslgiuHl Commlniioner will on MONDAY JANUARY I9IW between I end it r In front of tho courthouse door In Htnnford Ky toll lit public outcry to thu hluhcst und best bidder the real estate which Is hereinafter described for the purpoio of rolnvtutlnp the proceeds of the sale Tin In Lincoln the town of Cran Orchard on thoLincII8hr plk on which It route adjoining theUrnu Orchard Spring prop end Is bounded ns follows llVtflnnlng ul three whlto oaks growing from one root thence N f7ti K poles to n stake corner to the Keeley Instltute lit the South edge oft he Lanraxter turnpike thence along wild pike N at W Kl poles t links to a black oak and stake thence N W 89 Yltllnke to a stake ul the edge of sold WlooV IJo poles to n stake In theold with snmu NII is 3pollto thu beginning containing ncros more or less The snit will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will bo required wltbIsioner nnd bearing Interest at the rate of 8 cent per annum from ditto of sale until byellenwhlchGEO B SAUFLEY M C L C 5I00 IN GOLD Given away to the best masked person at the Masquerade Rink tomorrow t Wednes = day night Stanford Rink IubI Furs 75c to 812 Cloaks 85 to 825 Towels Co to 8150 Linen Centers lOc to 8150 Ribbon Trimmed Glove Boxes 7 c to 82 Tint Pin Holders 25 and 50c Shoo Pin Cushions lOc to SI Handkerchiefs 5 to 7flc Ladies Linen Initial Handkerchiefs lOc Hosn Supporters 25 to 50c Pillow Tops 25 and 50c Umbrellas 50c to 8750 Gloves 81 to 8350 Table Covers t 25c and up Dresser Covers 25o and up Chatelain Pockets 25c to 82 i Dozen Hose 8150 and 82r Dozen Socks 8150 anti 82 Mens Sirs genders 25c to 81 Mens cloves 25c to 81 Girls Caps 25 and 39c Chil drens Furs 81 and up Fine Blankets 8350 to 8750 Fine Comforts 250 South 11DeP9tor SEEiOur Silk Shawls from 125 to 250 Xmas Baskets from 15c to 325 Ameri can Beauty Corsets 50c to 2 new Auto VeilsDoilies Kimono Handkerchiefs and Linen Toweling Buy your Holly Ribbon here We have both wide and nar ro- wTRIBBLF HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 i House Block Opposite Court House i IOpera STANFORD KENTUCKY i tiWe Wish You a Merry Xmas Ali W JB Perkinsi the Lid I The Lid I The Lid It is oft on prices at the Emporium at Huston vine We are price fighters Your Lid Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected the cream of the market for you Come and be convinced inthia line We undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Mifeee and Childrens We can please you Quality nnd price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all We curry n general line Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a pair of Shoes I dont wonder that you have been so disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our Fall and Winter stock is now full and complete Come and inspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fig- hterSTOVESGIFT 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 the price may be We have all styles andsizes I Prices 3OO and Up Stoves held for delivery at any desired time Geo D Hoppers Stanford KyR r The Interior Journal Bnlertdinthe Pod Ofice at Stanford w tt6ondefau matter- pVYLranrD TtUI8DAYIi AND 1RSDAT- AT I JLOO PER YEAR CAS when not 10 paid S09 will be charge L N TIME THBLE No Mouth lltfl P No S South 1JW PM No U North 4SI A Nott North S1I v JOS S RICE Agont Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Sale StAble r Lancaster Ky BaD CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phono 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY Joseph 3244 Vol I Ii pure bred and has been accepted for reg the first volume of The America Talnworth8wlneheconiAssociatot Book undertheruleeof will be No MUns above HIre Edwnnl4okf dim Alexandra No Hire of Hire Maple O Cliffdam of Sire Canadian Nellie Sire of dim Kentucky nor No KM dam 01 dam Golden Uari hlghestprlceewlneonthemarket Hwlnesis that the the Ills sire sold for soldJtor JImcrosses well with every breed I will tund plat nt tl cash J Stanfordy Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Cat alogue on application H F HILIEXMEYEU it SoNs- Lexington Ky Je L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Je Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone Home Phone 33 POSTEDI We whom mimes appear below strictly forbid hunUiiu Hilling or any kind of tree patting on our places and will prosucuto olators to the full extent of the law Alex Cooper Mrs Mary epple Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mattle Wlllte- Hlmplol1Uros Tinsley Hpooniimore P w Carter Hen I1a rUn M P Lawrence Uuubtm Curtis 3 rocker J Mlettus- T A Klce Morgan ell AmumltHchunlTer Green Kerrlll J L HolUclaw O W Hatty Mrs J K 1ultlum U I Iulllam Ieter UOlmorllIra Katherine Ador M3sr UUaunonJ- HIIKMI NOauti J Kevin Onrtur JoseplLBNllouM Carpenterd1ThompsonThomusDavid llurtou J H Hunch 5L C lUclmriUoii Joepb Eruct Miss Mettle Huwes IlelcmmUich Bros Fred Votiamengnii H E Inline Albert VonOruwigiin A T Trnylor ILIlununerFredOwiley Dunn Henry Nester unnelleylvaFloyd Tl Jnrvl J W ISnugbmni- iJ K Bruce J O W DOooc 1VIIItlguey f Underwood ASon Cdlveiu Soliii M Carter Martin Alcorn John Wnt0on11er linn Traylor M D Klmore Mrs N HUoode OK Tutu XDavId Htaveui John Jufll- rRO Durban W D Rout Uotllb Click = ST Fred liaadorf- r FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE70 good owes Must go at once A R Matheny Stanford RL F D No1 LOST a couple of brown mares on Green River Thursday night Reward C C Terry Stanford Ky countyt1f fromdher 800acrc farm FOR SALE1O thoroughbred Duro- Jersey gilts 4J to 6 months old t fino and subject to register R II Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky Strawberriesred ripe and luscious the first shipment of the season from Floridawere on sale at the fruit stores in Philadelphia Tuesday at lG a quart There came to my place Nov 17 red sow pig with white face hole in right ear smooth crop in left Owner cnn get same by paying for this notice and keep II H Hatfield Highland Ky Gov W B Hojrgatt of Alaska in his annual report to the Secretary of the Interior estimates the population of Alaska at 31000 exclusive of 6000 or 7000 people of mixed nationalities em ployed in mines canneries and railroad construction during the summer The police at Colum 0rescued a Negro who had confessed to an as sault on a white woman from the hands of an angry mob which was bent on lynching him and landed the Negro safely in the police station Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup the new Laxative stimulates but docs not irritate It is the best Laxative Guaranteed or your money back G L Penny Do you enjoy your new automo bileNot much answered the nervous man When it runs I am apprehensive and when it doesnt I am annoy ed Washington Star Heres Good Advice O S Woolever one of the best known merchants of Lo Raysville N YI says If you are ever troubled with piles apply Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured me of them for good 20 years ago Cures every sore wound burn or abrasion 25c at Pen nys Drug Store Mothers buying diamonds And sister trinkets fine And brothers buying shares in A salted copper mine Money fades like magic It almost gives one thrills And father poor old father He has to stand the bills S a Badly Mixed Up Abraham Brown of Wlnterton N YM bad a very remarkable experience ho says Doctors got badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the fourth blood poison and the fifth stomach and liver trouble but none of them helped me so my wife advised trying Electric Bitters which are restoring mo to per feet health Ono bottle did mo more good than all the five doctors pre scribed Guaranteed to euro blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by Pen nys Drug Store 50c Ollie James from the State of Kentuck Is just the right kind of a buck For moving pianos Or picking bananas Or loading pig lead on a truck- Washington Post Passed Examination Successfully James Donahue New Britain Conn writes I tried several kidney reme dies and was treated by our best physicians for diabetes but did not improve until I took Foleys KUlnoy Cure After tho second bottle I showed Improvement and five bottles cured mo completely I havo since passed a rigid examination for life insurance Foleys Kidney Cure cures backache and all forms of kidney and bladder trouble G L Penny Counties named for prominent men range in number as follows Washington 31 Franklin 25 Jefferson 23 Lin coIn 22 Jackson 22 The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont havo to boll it 20 or 30 minutes Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee 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 expert were he to unknowingly drink it for Coffee Sold at Pennys Drug- Store Young men and women educated for profit at Smiths College Lexington Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting and Telegraphy taught Refers to thousands of successful graduates Greatdemand for graduates of this college at fine salaries Reputation as cheapest and best college Write for particulars to Wilbur R Smith Lex ington Ky Sheriffs Sale For Taxes Monday Jan 13 J908 Being the 1st day of the January term of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of 9 oclock ofethe courthouse door in Stanford Ivy sellat public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand the following lists or so much as will pay taxes cost and penalty As fast as payments are made tIle names will disappear The amount act opposite each name includes G per cent penalty and cost of advertising T J HIIL Sheriff STANFoni WHITE Bright J WIt r 150 acres 852 55 Elliott Win 25 acres G 80 Farris JEn r 2 years 22 acres 20 GO Flangcr Jack 114 acres G 15 Fcnzcl Mrs Rhoda house fc lot 10 85 Gill Mrs Bertha 1acro 3 10 Hasty Nannie u r town lot 4 25 Harrison II P 59acres 39 55 heath Thos u r 55 acres 5 60 James W H 25 acres 5 GO McMulliug Logan 2 J acres 5 10 Peacock Luella 150 acres 52 f 5 Stratton Mrs Nancy 2 90 Walls J B 89 acres 11 00 8TANFORDCOIOuEn- Iiarrow Manuel 1acre 3 G5 Bright John n r 1 acre 3 10 Crnig Flgm town lot 6 60 Givens Kate n r 10 acres 3 10 Lytlc Robert 2 acres 7 60 McMulliug Logan 2 acres 3 40 Ray George town lot 9 80 Rout Pattie G acres 2 95 Stewart Harrison 8 ncros 3 40 Wade Davidson 30 acres 4 60- 1VATNESIlU1tOWWI ITK Ashley W B 56 acres 8 35 Abt Casper Agt 20 acres 3 00 Bough Silas t2 acres G 85 Baugh Isaac 4 acres 9 00 Bastin S B 155 acres 7 70 Brown G L u r 3 ncrca 3 40 Byrd Joseph 30 acres 6 40 Cog Ie Tim 2 acres 4 70 Cunningham I 4 acres 4 80 Oumzick J E 50 acres 5 30 Dewitt J II 221 acres 13 20 Green II Ln r 25 aoroA 3 25 Griflin S 18 acres 5 90 Harris John S 37 acrca 5 20 Harris Mrs Lottie 24 acres 3 45 Hilton Thomas u r 1 aero 2 75 Johnston tk Bastin 148 acres 4 25 Leach Geo W u r 40 acres 3 45 Leach Mrs Martha 25 nerd 2 85 Mullins Miss Nellie 4 aero 2 80 Parker Joe 100 acres 4 85 Rctncr John 65 acres 7 10 Robinson Win 10 acres 5 60 Russell G W hrs 325 acres 8 30 Sluder Chas 35 acres I 10 Speak 0 G 57 acres 33 GO Smith Mrs Eva 200 acres 5 30- iheplcy August n r 100 acres 3 70 Ihollstoll B F nr 50 acres 4 80 Stephens Ed iir 40 acres 3 90 iudduth A 0 lira n r 50 acres 3 70 Shoop Mia Ellen 42 acres 3 35 Vacant Land Co lad acres 6 15 Young Nannie It 1H acres 2 fIj Young Clark 11 Acres 5 55 Yocum Elms 1 nero G 30 WA1NISIIUfaCOLOli6n- Jones Eddie 20 acres 4 26 Martin Lucy 55 acres 4 80 CHAll OltCHAKI WIIITK Anderson John 5acres 5 35 Davis Martha 5 acres 3 10 Delaney Mrs Kato 50 acres 3 10 Dishon Frank 20 acres 5 60 Gover Annie 10 acres 4 8 0 Guest J W 175 acres 2 years 133 83 Holmes D V 190 acres 37 04 Hatfield Mrs Lucinda 20 acres 3 00 Lcasurc Joseph 35 acres 6 5Q Pettus Mrs Kate town lot 5 85 Singleton Clara hrs 168 acres 21 25 Sniith Ariuina 135 acres ti CO Severance hrs 1 aero S 10 Steiucggcn Arnold 35 acres 4 50 Turubull Faunio 111 sera 13 65 Turnbull John 709 acres 49 15 Turner lira 10 acres 3 10 Weaver hrs 50 acres 3 10 CISAII OKCHAIID cotx nm Lackey Ike six acres 5 68 Lackey Ret 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