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U L THE INTERIOP JOURNAL fVOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 31 1907 NO 861STRONG ENDORSEMENT IThecaucus of tho Democratic mem of tho lower branch of tho Kentucky General Assembly which moots next month will bo asked to nominate Mr A C Dunn of Lincoln county for tho ofllco of Doorkeeper during tho approaching session To those who were In the Legisla ture during tho session of 1004 and t to those who visited the Capital at that time Mr Dunn needs no Introduction or word of commendation for his fitness to fill tho office ho seeks It is rather to tho nowly elected members that his friends address their endorsement of Mr Dunns can didacy resting In confidence that his old friends of tho former Houso will leave no stono unturned that may tend to secure his nomination Tho position of doorkeeper Is not so acceptably filled by tho ordinary man ni many may think not that Its f duties call into play tho higher order of intellectual vigor but rather that they require an olcrtncss of mind r and promptness of action coupled with tho gift of meeting In a firm yet courteous spirit tho many small an noyances to wnich a doorkeeper is subjectIlls say that theso qualifications In the fullest measure are the pMjessions of tho Lincoln county man Ills thought is quick and tho resulting act Is prompt and charac terized throughout by a uniform cour tssy His knowledge of tho duties of the office secured during his former cumbency enable him to enter upon the work with a practical knowledge I of its scope and nature lion W II Shanks tho Ileproscnta tivoclect from Lincoln county will be on tho ground in active charge of Mr Dunns race and his friends say that from tho present indications it Brooms that thero is nothing loft to do except to count tho vote and congratulate Mr Dunn Frmkfort Jour t When to Go Home Prom tho IllutTton lad Banner When tired out go homo When you want conolatlon go homo When you want fun go homo When you want to how others that you have reformed go homo and let your family got acquainted with the fact When you want to show yourself at your best go homo and do the act there When you feel like being oxt a liberal go homo and practice on your wife and children first Whoa you want to shlno with extra brilliancy go homo and light up tho whole household To which wo would add when you have a bud cold go homo and take Chamberlains Cough Itumody and a quick euro Is curtain For salo by nil druggistsr Reports called for by tho Banking Department of tho Stato of Now York 9show that there was quick recovery tho shaky conditions of tho last few weeks and that all the banks and trust companies of Greater Now York are In good condition with their capital unimpaired and tho cash reserves un usually large A Homo Made Happy by Chamberlains Cough Remedy About two mouths ago our baby girl had measles which settled on her lungs and at last resulted in a severe attack of bronchitis Wo had two doctors but no roller was obtained Everybody thought sho would die I went to eight different stores to find n certain remedy which hind been recommended to mo and failed to go It when ono of time storekeepers Insist ed that I try Chamberlains Cough Remedy I did so and our baby is alive und well to ayOeo W i Spence Holly Spring N C For sale by all druggists Tho United Hebrew + nritlcs New York the largest Jewish charitable organization in the United States which has annually extended aid to over 8000 families in that city comprising over 35000 Individuals has closed its dooraI for tho first time In its history for lack of funds Trial Catarrh treatments arc being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Raulno Wis These tests arc providing to tho people without a penny s costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to drug gists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug Store IIntho face of financial troubles In the closing the year 1007 was a rec- ordbrellker for industrial development in tho South Texas leads in tho estab l lishment of new industries and Ken tucky ranks ninth with 371 For any of the ordinary diseases of the skin Chamberlains Salvo is excel lent It not only allays tho r and smarting but effects a 1salo by all druggists ItchingI BRODHEAD A wedding and our town will bo ml nus a little school marm Eld J W Sawyers of East Bern stadt Is with Ed Albright Rev Masters filled his regular ap pointment at the Christian church Sun day Mrs Martha Lunsford wife of Wm Lunsford died and was burled near hero Sunday Mrs EdTurpln fell a few days ago and broko her arm She Is suffering considerablyTho folks of tho Baptist Sun day school were treated to candies nuts and oranges last Sunday by the superintendent and teachers Tilman Gilpin road master of the St Louis division of tho L N is here spending a row days with friends and rclatitcs The Christmas tree at tho Christian church and the Pie Festival at tho Bap flat church were both very enjoyable and well attended Lots of presents were on the tree for tho little folks and a nice sum was derived from tho plea It seems that it Is a hard matter to get side walks built n our town as some refuse to build or allow them built preferring mud to a good place to walk It is a small matter to build some kind of a walk and any kind bean such mud we s have now- Brodhcad Lodge F S A M elected tho following officers last week John Robins W M W E Gravely S W J G Frith J WJ R Cass secreta ryJ T Cherry teasurer Fred Dur ham S D John Evans J D Wm Francisco tylcr Per Shelton and Oris flowers stewards Among tho many visitors in town dur ing Xmas we note Grant Sigman and wife of Corbin George Brooks and wife of Williamsburg Rouse and Clove Wilmot of Lebanon Junction Bob Wil mot of Pine Knot Miss Cora Griffin of Mt Vernon John Perkins Junction City and George Frith of Heron Amid the gaiety of tho yuletide our little town was made to put on a garb of mourning Mrs Mary Katherine Hicks wife of Larkin Hicks died at tho homo of her son in Louisville last Sanda and her remains brought hero and burltxl in tho Baptist church yard Wednesday Sho had been a sufferer from cancer for some time and had been in Kansas City for treatment Her condition was much improved and her recovery almost assured but on her return home sho was taken III with pneumonia and had to atop in Louis ville where she died She leaves an aged mother ono sister and a brother besides a husband n son and a daugh tor Sho was 56 years old and a men ber of tho Christian church Sho lived a very quiet Christian life To know her was to esteem her highly A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And It Is HO thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoot tolls mothers everywhere to give It without hesitation even to very young babes The wholesome green loaves and tender stems of a lung hoallag mountainous shrub furnish the earn tivo properties to Dr Snoops Cough Cure It calms the cough anti heals Uw sore and sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or sup press Simply n resinous plant ox tract that Iwlps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call tills shrub which the Doctor uses The Scored Herb Always demand Dr Shops Cough Cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE tGreat reduction sale on suits and ov ercoats 20 and 2250 suits for JIB 25 and 2760 suits for 20 They are the host bargains I have ever offered in tailoring A J Adams Huston Ville A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanza arms wide ranges and strange natural formations is u vent able wonderland At Mound City In tho homo of Mrs E D Clapp n wonderful case of healing has lately occurred lien son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Ex hausting coughing spells occurred every five minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr KlngV Now Discovery the great mOI clue that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung trouble by Pennys Drug Storo 50c and Trial bottle free Henry Clews in his review of tho year in financial matters says the close of year finds the country struggling to emerge from ono of tho worst panics in history The cause of the pays is a general overdoing The worst features of tho panic have been con fined to the financial circles Clews is hopeful over tho future and sees a cloud second trial will begin In New IThaws Monday NEWS NOTES W II Bryan aged 70 is in jail at Mt Sterling charged with horsesteal ingRobert Carter was accidentally killed by William Womback while hunting in Carter county Trinity College Cambridge benefits to the extent of 2000000 by the death of Lady Pierce By n majority of 547 Raleigh N C voted out its liquor dispensary and the city is now dry Tho seven yenr old child of Sheriff A M Durbin of Estill county was burned to death Mills in the Pittsburg district which employ over 40000 men will be placed in operation January 6 The saloons of Chattanooga closed Christmas day The movement origi nated with the saloon men The people of the cotton mill district of Union Springs Ala indignantly re fused to accept Christmas charity The Christmas present of Mrs Wil liam Luck of Roanoke Va to he husband was two boys and two girls at a birth Dr Walter R Amesbury shot and killed his wife at Hyde Park Mass as tho family were about to sit down to their Christmas dinner In a recent statement Gov Hoke announced that the prohibition law wll be enforced to tho letter and time sal of liquor will bo stopped after Jan Levi and Harmon Lockhartbrother were arrested at Boonvillc Ind for robbery of a COOpound safe containing 300 which they hauled into the country and rifled Thomas Sachs died at Cleveland after four aces had been dealt to him in a poker game lie was troubled with a weak heart and had been warned against undue excitement Gen Elliott commandant marines reported to Secretary Metcalf that for the first time in many months tho mar nine corps was now up to its full com plement of 8700 enlisted men Several of the largest railroads in cluding the Missouri Pacific have declared their regular semiannual divi dends and millions of dollars will be distributed to the stockholders Happy that her children for whom she had sacrificed everything even the last scraps of food had at last found friends Mrs Phyllis Prosco died at a Brooklyn hospital of starvation According to the statistics compiled by the Railway Age railroad construe tion in the United States has been nearly as heavy in 1007 as in 1000 which was tho heaviest year since 1SS3 Logan Davis und Hood Gcnrheart met in tho road in Floyd county and shot each other to death There were no witnesses They were neighbors and had previously had slight trouble Crazed by drink and excessive cigar otto smoking Frank S Hopwood of Louisville jumped from tho second story of a hotel in Benton Harbor Mich sustaining injuries which it is feared will prove fatal What Is said to be the worst epi demic of sickness since 1880 is being experienced in Pittsburg and physi clans estimate that thousands of per sons are prostrated by pneumonia typhoid fever and especially the grip John und Benjamin Thomas of Shel by county announced at the annual banquet of the faculty and executive boards of the College of tho Bible of Kentucky University at Lexington that they would give 70000 to the endowment fund of the institution Judge Morris delivered tho instruc tions to the jury in the Powers case adhering closely to the Instructions given at the last previous trial by Judge Robbins He declined to charge the jury on three points as moved by the defense The argument begun Monday at 0 oclock each side being limited to nine hours Tho case will probably go to the jury Wednesday aft ernoon When the Stomach Heart or Kid ney nerves get weak then these organs always fall Dont drug tlio Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restora tlvo Tho Restorative is prepared ex grossly for those weak inside nerves Strengthen those 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 Raolno Wis Your health Is surely worth thlS simple test Sold by Pennys Drug Store A strong stand in favor of the education of the Negro was taken by the Southern Educational Association in resolutions adopted at the days session at Tho selection of the place of the next meeting was loft to Executive Comnittee Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup the now Laxative stimulates but does not Irritate It Is the best Laxative Guaranteed or your money back G L Penny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Miss Emma daughter of W J Sallee is dead at Danville Burglars robbed Russell Cos store at Columbia of 100 Tho Corbin Steam Laundry with 3 000 capital has been incorporated Mrs Manuel Hoffman aged 22 died of consumption at Lebanon Junction Near Hazel Patch General Douglas was shot and killed by Dave Donald son Near Williamsburg John Watson shot and fatally wounded his uncle Leo WatsonE Huguely a prominent merchant of Richmond died after a few days illness Miss Ida Folger died in Garrard coun ty of typhoid fever She was a daugh ter of Fr nk Folger Miss Mary Layton of Garrard a pupil of the school for the deaf at Danville died there The Danville Lumber Manufactur ing Co with 5000 capital stock has incorporatedr Rufus Trammel was held In 5000 bond for killing James Anderson in Whitley on Christmas eve Will Stoxill aged 1C accidentally shot and dangerously wounded his mother with a pistol he thought was empty near Somerset byoturkey shooting near Boones Gap in Rockcastie county King made his es cape James Anderson was shot and killed on Rock creek near the Pulaski county line by a man named Trammel Tram mel was shot in turn by Andersons son and seriously wounded The Hutcheson Clothing Cos store at Owenton burned causing a 20000 loss with 11000 insurance J W Hutcheson cashier of the Citizens Bank of Brodhead was one of the firm W R Campbell who killed Police man Murphy in Lexington on election day was held without bail His son Elmer Campbell was allowed bail in 2000 The Campbells lived at Kings ville some six or eight years ago Stockholders of the Somerset Water Light and Traction Company have filed suit to oust Dr W Godfrey Hunter as manager and ask that a receiver bo ap pointed Misappropriationlof funds and inefficiency are charged against Dr Flinn a farmer of Wayne county shot and instantly killed Cage New a neighbor with a shotgun New was visiting some young women at Flinns home when the two became engaged in a difficulty which resulted in the shooting K C Smith Chief of Police of liar rods burg was shot twice with a shot gun by Charles Reed Negro whom Capt Smith attempted to arrest One charge struck the policeman in the face putting out his right eye and the other took effect in his chest inflict ing wounds which may prove fatal After Reed had been captured by a posse an effort was made to lynch him by Negroes whom he has long terrorized He was spirited to Danville and placed in jail Chief Smith was taken to Louisville for treatment 10000 more telegraphers needed Smiths Business College can qualify you for a good telegraphic position cheap Main railroad wire in college Practical teachers Farm boys and others who received 20 a month before attending this college now receive 65 and 75 per month Recently officials of great railroads have written us for hundreds of our graduates F or particulars address Wilbur R Smith Lexing ton Ky Millions of bottlos of Foleys Honey and Tar have been sold with out any person ever having experi enced any other than beneficial reI suIts from its uso 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 by refusing any but the genuine G L Penny James Simpson paying teller of tho Farmers National Bank of Philadelphia was arrested on a warrant charging him with the embezzlement of 44000 y Notice To Our Customers We are pleased to announcojthat Poloys honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble Is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend it is a safe remedy for children and adults O L Penny Thrco persons were drowned and six barely escaped the same fate because of tho breaking of thin ico on a skqting pond at Coatleton Vt John Beitzer city treasurer and city clerk elect of Covington a wellknown politician died suddenly of heart tr ble W H MuellerSTA- NFORD KY Shoes and Rubber Goods Our stock isjcomplete Now is the time to get your Footwear We have all kinds of the best brands High Top Shoes 250 to 400 AVe have tho best brands in Rubber goods j Come and see our stock of Shoes and Rubber Footwear before you buy elsewhere nUll get prices SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Huts Caps Ladies and Gents fFimiishings Etc A i U rII i Christmas has come and gone Thanks for your liberal patronage Now lets go to work Try an OLIVER PLOW first The best made All claim as goodfas Oliver but none better aessrs W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky NEW YEARS GOODS FOREVER BO DY W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD The Interior Journal f B C WALTON JOHN J MOSER countlliar y M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county object to the action of the Democratic party i JAMES C HAYS II candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count r subject to the action of the Democratic party DCI ALLEN I It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the nctlon of the llelllocratio- ilArty Democratic Ticket For United States Senator J C W BECKHAM partsJand there is no doubt about it being bartered in Stanford The people of Lincoln county have said by a majority of over 1200 that they do not want liquor and the highest court in Kentucky sustained them in the legal contention that followed but notwithstanding all this drunken men and boya are seen in every town in the county and little or no ef fort has been made to ascertain where the whisky is obtained and who sells it Why is this 7 Havo our people so quick ly tired of local option If an election were held on the question now would they vote to have saloons We do no believe they would but they are merely waiting for some more convenient time to begin the effort to put blind tigers and other illegal whisky sellers out of business Why not start the new yea with a determined effort to put a stop to lawlessness of all kinds Resolve to make Stanford and Lincoln county bet eer and keep that resolution and before many moons wax and wane the whisky venders the pistol toters and al who disobey the law will have either quit their meanness or embarked to greener fields Now is a good time to begin a crusade against all forms o vice Make a long pull a hard pull an all pull together and this favored county will be so free of law breakers an evildoers in general that it will be a shining example for the other 118 counties in the great State of Kentucky FIND out what your enemy and do the reverse The Republicans have met and mapped out what they will trv to do in the legislature by voting as a unit The Democrats have thus been put on their guard They are in the majority in both r branches of the legislature and the Republicans can not pass a single in that does not receive Democratic vjtes Democrats were not elected t help enact Republican measures therefore we take it that no Democrat will stultify himself by aiding an abetting the Republicans to further entrench themselves in power A safe proposition is to oppose everything they are for Their measures are for party advancement not for the good The Democrat who becomes a party to their schemes will be suspected of bribery and marked IT is to the credit of the govern ment that it has won its long fight with Green and Gaynor who looted the treasury by government con tracts and has safely lodged them in the penitentiary With the largeI amount of money that they stole m the government they have invoked every loophole and technicality known to desperate and unscrupulous lawyersI and fought the case against Canadaand England as well as in the United States only to finally land where the jury said they must servein the penitentiary Men with money often escape the penalty of their crimes It is refreshing to know that they soonec times fail and get their just prison TIlls Is the last paper of the yearJ making 103 we have published in 1907 Some of the issues have not been as good as they might have been nor as newsy as we would have liked but thanks to a liberal constituency we haveI heard of no word of complaint We are deeply grateful for the patronage we have received and will try harder than ever to merit a continuance during the year soon to begin We trust that oura readers and other patrons have had thej best Christmas of their lives and hope a for them that 1008 will be the happiest and most successful year they have ev er experienced With the compli yments of the season we bid them adieu t for the present good year of 1907 F ANTHONY BRADY is walking from New York to Chicago and further if necessary in the belief that the long jaunt will cure him of the whisky habit to which he has been addicted for 15 years If Mr Brady rids himself ofv i the drink habit other topers shouldc emulate his example r e 2longerSaturday when on cur rency dropped from 1 per cent to one quarter of 1 per cent a AFTER 16 days of married life Arthur Kehr a Chicago musician has sued for a divorce for a very unusual reason He says of his wife She wanted to be kissed in the morning and kissed at noon and kissed at night I could never get away from the pas- o sionate cry Arthur kiss me He says he was so busy kissing her that she wouldnt let him go away so that in one week he made only 420 Tim Supreme Court of the United States decides that the Sunday clos ing law Is not a violation of the con stitution Now let the law be enforced if it requires the assistance of Federal authorities to do it ISENATOR JEFF DAVIS of Arkansas produced figures to show that the sup port of the President and family costs the country 120000 a year Teddy is a costly fellow but we must have him it seems TilE Xmas edition of the Somerset Times was a daisy Hats off to its clev er and hustling editor Cecil Williams AN Indiana man broke his wifes nose becausedinner was late Judge Lynch should now break the brutes neck THAT good clean paper the Jessa mineJournal has just celebrated its 35 birthday CHURCH MATTERS Rev Sheltman of Covington W Va basf accepted a call to the Maxwell street Presbyterian church at Lexing ton succeeding the Rev Hardin Branch Mr D HGoyen who preached a Christiantchurch some months ago will fill the pulpit there Sunday morning next A good crowd will likely be present to hear the interesting old gentleman- r The Christian world is growing more and more liberal The Eplsco palians will now permit preachers of other denominations to occupy their pulpits and a New York Methodist church recentlyjgavo the Jews the IIUse of their church while they were temporarily without a place of worship appreciation of the neighbor ly act the Jews not only passed reso fordsaysdate of the Christian church at Huston 1ville This is a reversal of the olden times told of in the Bible of how great 9was the harvest and how few the labor ers May be however these to place hunters arc of the class tvhohav answered to some other fellows call to preach The Hustonvillians are very discriminating and do not propose to bo caught in their selection of a shepherd Frankfort Journal riFive persons were burned to death in a fire which destroyed the house of John Clark at Watertown a suburb thse Clark family met flames- d The sermon Sunday morning at the Methodist church will be on Conse cration text Exodus3229 Consecrate yourselves to day to the Lord Sun day night will be devoted to the Instal elation of Epworth League officers an- a short address to the young people Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 oclock All are cordially invited to attend these services PASTOR m MATRIMONIAL IEdgar Griffin and Miss Lula Elliott were married at Highland on the 25th John C Lynn and Miss Efiie Lane both of Casey were married on the 28thH L Rigney of Casey and Miss Mollie Rigney of Waynesburg were married on Christmas day- I P Thompson the Lancaster jeweler and Miss Maggie Anderson also of Garrard were married last week Arch Austin a clever old widower of Mt Salem and Mrs Bettie J Estes a handsome widow were married Xmas J W Redd of Farmville Texas and Miss Theresa of Lebanon were joined heart and hand last week Miss Hattie House and Louis Brown both of Garrard were married at the Christian parsonage at Lancaster F M Tinder officiating Robert Vanoy a prosperous young farmer and Miss Jennie Brown the pretty daughter of S M Brown of the Shelby City section were united heart hand by Eld Joseph Ballou We their many friends in wishing them long happy and useful married life At Mt Vernon at high noon Wednes day Miss Reca James Baker a charm- Ing young woman of that place and Joseph Harkins a prominent young attorney of Prestonsburg will be joined in wedlocks holy bonds Elder B C Hagerman of Lexington will perform the ceremony Miss Baker is a beautiful girl and is very popular here and wherever she Is known The wedding which will be at Mr Willis Adams be a quiet but elegant affair We congratulate the gentleman who has won her heart and hand At Squire D R Adams on Dec 6 a number of friends neighbors and kinsfolk gathered to celebrate thetwedding of Delmer Adams and May Bastin There were 70 persons who feasted upon the dainties that were spread before them Everyone seemed to make tho most of life and to enjoy the hospitality of Mr and Mrs Adams We wish the newly married couple a long life May their joys be multiplied and their sorrows divided hope that their lives will always be as as they are at present May the benediction of God rest upon them as the dew from Heaven on the grass Cyrus Johnson About Digestion It Is not the quantity of food taken but the amount digested and assimi 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 Tho re suIt is a relish for your food Increased strength and weight greater endurance and a clear head Price 25 cents Samples free For sale by all druggists A bill will be introduced in Congress providing for the publication of a week to be issued by the government and distributed free giving areport of the work of the States departments and keeping the people posted on what is doing at Washington How Diphtheria is Contracted One often heals the expression My dcIelopedtruth was that tho cold had simply left the little one particularly susceptible to the wandering diphtheria germ When Chamberlains Cough Iomcdy Is given It quickly cures the coldand lessens tho dangirof diphtheria or another germ diseaso contracted For sale by all druJ istsiStockholdersMeetingA tional Itnnk of Hustonrllle will be held tit their bunklUK house In ItitHtonrllle the see and Tuesday In January lIu between wand A for the purpose of electing llrettorii to serve the ensulngyear J W HOCKBU Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the 1eo plus Uank of llustonvllle lv will be helc at their banking boute In lluitonvllle be ten I and L on the tint Oltlunl itngdlreclors1V HWKINHranbier Mo cnnrge for examination orseientlUral ly testing ryes by uptodate methods Pre ordrctInantntldortoneCentral Telephone Dulldlng llimlonvlil Ky L l IjWKIl irnduntedu- ptunietrtdPAIN cuIorainelse usually w says Dr Shoop and Drove It he hal creak a little pink tablet Thtablet called Dr Khoops headache Tablet centItaetfectfrcharmingthough safely It surey cqual1Zes the blood lotion If you have a headache its blood pressure CSUleIfcongestion blnod prcuurn That surely is certainty for Dr Shoops Headache Tablets stop dluriditn Bruise your Sorer and deem It ret red and well and pain rout Of course It does Its con restlon blood Youll sad It where pain U SenseWe Dr SHoops HeadacheTablets LEAP YEAR- SKATING RINK Friay Night 1 Stflnford Rink dub Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court F F Uobbltt IlalntllT vs Jesse heat ftnl Hnlolursuont the Ullcolll Circuit Court thu undersigned Commis alone will on MONDAY JANUAIIY between 1 und t v se in front of the court house door In Htanford Ky soil at public outcry to the highest nnd hues the rciil estate hereinafter described for tne purposuof satisfying tho following debts SUUX interest from Kept SI SIIW and interest from Feb tt lap plus J1X3 and the cost of this nctlon Said land in in Lincoln County Ky two and one fourth mile Houth of Crab Orchard on the Homersct road adjoint the land of Uobbltt on the Kimt OwoHy on the West Nelson on tho Mouth and on the North and Is hOUlllilid as hollows heghr nlng at a stump mentioned in the convey unceof JF lloldamiind wife to Ann Jfol 1llIetneN V polo 1234 links to tho beginning containing stout thirty square poles The milo will be made on n credit of six requiredtoapproved security 1mynbloto the Commis toner nml bearing cent interest from he date of sale until to bo further secmrrd by a lieu on the land sold GEO 1J SAUFLEY M C L C C INSURANCEFire Lightning Wind Htorni Life and looldent None but the HTltONOKHT and iKBT Companies pre nt d Lowest 1os Ible Rates Lou Paving lira trI1UneQuIIIll Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky lletldonce Phone No SI 50 Years An Agency5T- he oldest in Central Kentucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstelnes Companies Repre sell ted Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of till First Notional Hunk of Htnnfonl will lie livid at their blinking home the second Tuesday In otlngdlnocloraJolla J MrlloiiBliTrrnnhUT Stockholders Meetin A nWtliiH of the stockholders of till Lin coin County Nntlounl honk ut Mtnnfonl will be livid ot their linking house the second Tuesday In January hsw for the purpose of detour directors fur the ensuing year W MlIUKlITCuihlr THE MIDWINTER TERM Whlh In time rush terns open Jan Si Ioyou want to lieu working unit In the llvfit mo t niniililou enthusiastic ask i protrslonnl bidp of teaehrrs ever gatherer together for study In Knutvrn Kentucky if 10 Mt your County Huporlntendent now about mi mt to tree tuition It you have not already dUnILRI1 write to the Inollllllllt of tax for 1eutaloRtelllnlp him what studlM you de tin Atldrws KyFCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Vanity Hutohlson Plaintiff vs Kutk ltuteCilaon tit III Defendant NotlwotHnU Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court In t styled notion tt undersigned Commissioner will on- doN11YJANtiAl1Y between land 2 r In front of tho court hume door In Htnnford Ryaril nt public outcry to lbr hlilmt and best bidder the real estate which It hereinafter dewrllMl the purJxlanof rflnrvttlnKtiti i Ifor the tide The Mhl litml If In lanooln the town of Omu Orrlmnl on the Lancaster IIlk on which It irons adjoining lh Crni Orchard Hprlugs pro ertyandli ImundiHlai beginning nt three foIlQ1Ifrom one root thence N tbelMouththong mill pike N lit Win sN links toa iilauk onk and stoke thence N f1V au 11plkeIOIIIlrMiioles ton Make thrnew n new line stnkeIntheotdhnelhencnCcontaining fti acre more or lrsa Tho stile will be iimde on n credit of six rryulnvlCltearapproved ecurlly pnynbie to the Column sloner mind baring Interest at the rote of 0 percent per annum from date of tale until naGEO D SAUFLEV M C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court MV HlRler llnintlff is Oils roleet nl Defendants Notlro of safe Iurnuant to a of the Lincoln circuit court the undersigned commlsiloner will on MONDAY JANUAUY IS IPIN between and 1 r In front of the court house door In Htanford Ky sell nt public outcry to the hlllhlt and best bidder the relll estate which b IIlIclIllI county hY- noolll one and one lmnlf nlller sonthm rust Crab Orchard Ky containing iibout lund Is known RI tho John Pollard land and win Inherited by Anne H Oover from her father Hunley singleton and Is liounded on the West by the lands of K F liobbltt and rttaplulon on the Houth by the Inuda or J W hush and on tile totand West the lands of lumens heirs rrocetdsofthispfJUaiul Interest fron Jan 11101 plus fJn coats adjudged to tier nod tho remainder If any will await the future orders of tne tale will bo made on n credit of six monthsnnd the purchaser will bo required to give bond for price with approved security payable to tho Commis sioner aml benrlng Interest nt the rate of it annum from ditto of sale until The tier will bo further secured by u lien onthe land told GEO D SAUFLEY AL C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court L C Lee Plaintiff vs Bam Ieeet nl De fendants Notice of Hale Pursuant to n Julllllllent of the Lincoln Circuit Court In tllu above dried action the undersigned Master lomr of said Court wilt on MONDAY JANUARY between lands r Mln front of the courthouse door In Htanford Ky II nt public outcry to time highest and heat bidder tho real estate which Is hereinafter described Hald real estate consists of n houso nnd lot In the city of Stanford iHolnCountyKy which Is bounded thus nt n stake M feet from time center of the Knox tulle branch of tho L it N It It thenco corner to J A Carpenter thenco N II W feet ton stake lu the side of an R- Iley thenco wltb the ldulllloll of tho hue of the Houth side of stall alloy N n K feet ton stake corner to Ruler lands of the grantor thence H K feet to stake lathe North I de of tile right orwny of tlmo Knox villa branch of the l S N It Ittlmoncewitl same W feet to limo IIglnnlllgooll talnlng half of one nero The sale will bo III lid on n credit of six requiredtoproved security payablo to the Commis sioner anti bearing Interest at the rate of six per cent nor annum from dale of solo until paid said bond to have the force and effect of Judgment The object of this tialo the reinvestment of I lie pruceld thereof und no shallicosts of this action until tho court shall have approved tho reinvestment a teak of this In real estate In whichIt Is proposed t8 reinvest same GEO D SAUFLEY M C L C C t rfiNew Years 0PresentsIf you are goingto 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 7 SO and 1000 Silkg25 and stitched with initial letters 50c Mens Ties all Styles 25 50 75C and 100 Large Plain White Silk Handkerchiefs 50c land lj1 Mens Half Hose 25c to 150 Ladies Silk Hose i 150 2 and 3 Per Pair Scarf Pins Collar Buttons Cuff Buttons Gentlemens Initial Linen Handkerchiefs packed 12 dozen to the box 150 a box ttttl re t H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY NO BETTER OUGI1 REMEDY L is made than our Compound Syrup of White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle onnnnlnta- PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing t think of ALDRIDGE When you think of ALDRIDGE think of Roofing The best ROOF PAINT furnished and put on S H ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckyI We Wish You alla Happy New Year J STANFORD DRUG CO t DID iou FORGET SOMEBODY If Ollcticlwe have left n few pretty Novelties Towels and Embroidered Lilians Etc SPECIAL PRICES on fine drawn linens bought for tho holiday trade and a few remain unsold to we will cull those beautiful goods at onefourth oft the price I TABLE LINEN Let us show you tomo unmatclmblo values in Table Linens SEVERANCE SON STANFORD SrANrouD KY DEC 11 1901 TRY some of Oliv a 011 35c antI Oc a bothPennys Drug Store PERSONALS Miss ELLEN BALLOU was in Cincinna tl last week MISs KATHEniNE WARREN was UJ from Somerset MRS FRANK LEE of Eminence Is with relatives here- J R BUSH of Lexington was here during the holidays TIIK Misses Hockcr are at home frorr College at Lexington ERNEST WARRBN and wife were dawn from Middlesboro A M WARRBN is up from Mobile with his mother and sisters 0 W LOVELL and family open- Xmas with friends at Somerset Miss LATTIE SETTLE of Bowling Green is with Mrs Ed Ballard Mums J K LYNN has returned from n visit to her daughter In Danville Miss JULIA HEED of Lancaster was the guest of Mrs Jesse D Wcarcn- HIOOINS WOODS of Cincinnati spent Xmas with his mother and sister here MINHA MAUDE AND BBSSIE BAILEY are visiting relatives at Crab Orchard G A McRonBRTS of Covington wire with his brother H J McRobcrta Louis LANDRAM and wife of lnncas ttr passed through to Louisville Frt t day T T MARTIN and wife of Lexing ton spent several days with his parents home Miss MARCARBT Lewis b with the family of her brother A A Lewis In Covington MR W T FLANNAOAN of Lebanon Junction has been the guest of Mr J A Chappell MUSHSJBNNIB PiiBLrs and Luclle Walton of Richmond are with tho 1MIMes Carter Miser ROUBRTA BAD8 has returned t from a visit to relatives at Mill Springs IIand Monticello B F AVRITT and wife of Brad spent Xmas with her parents at Hustonville CltARLBS E BoilON of Lebanon was was the guest for several days of L Wcarcn Hughes MRS W M DROWN and children oft Mill Springs are with her parents Mr and Mrs J D Ends ATTORNEY SAM C HARDIN of Lon don and Sam J Hardin of Louisville t were with Mark Hardin j GEonoe EDWARD Coortn Is at home f from Kansas City for a few days Ho looks as if tho West agrees with him t Inors J W IRELAND and W 0 j Hopper attended the Southern Educa tional Association meeting at Lexing ton MRS KATE MILLER has gone to PIUs burg Pa to take the position of ma tron in the State School for tho Blind thereJ POWELL will occupy the rear denco vacated by Mrs F S McClary S P Gray will move to the cottage he vacates I MISSES SALLIE AND ANNA NOEL of Danville sisters of Rev R R Noel of this place have been very ill but are convalescing MR J F HOLDAM has rented his homo at Crab Orchard to Mr A C Dunn and ho and his excellent wifo will take rooms at the St Asaph JUNE H REID of Corbin passed- throulth to Hustonvillo Friday to pack up preparatory to moving his family to the enterprising mountain city OVEY ANDERSON and family from tho Turnersvillo sec 1MRS Fresno Cal much to the re their neighbors and many L C KELLY and wife of Lout isville arrived In time to eat Xmas din nor at Mr T D Newlands They were accompanied bv Miss Pattio Moores and little Neat Eddleman ROBERT PORTER Cnow who is at tending Kentucky Military Institute spent Xmas with this parents in the- Shelby City section His father Mr R II Crow has been sick for Bome- time but is improving we are glad to state MR T G NUNNELLEY and daugh ters Misses Grade and Clara have re turned from Elk City Oklahoma where- they have lived for several years Mrs Nunnelloy will arrive In n few days I Mr N has done well in the Southwest but satisfied that Lincoln county T I is tho gardonjspot he has KyI remain i u Turn Misses Owslcy have moved to Newmarket Tenn Miss SALLIE TAYLOR WOODS is with friends at Ashland- B D CAUTEH and family visited her homefolks In Boyle Mini J M CARTER of Somerset is with West End friends E L YOUNG of Barbourvillc Is with his parents at Highland Miss LUCY LEE WALTON spent sev eral days with Lexington relatives THE typhoid fever sufferers are all doing as well as could bo expected Mns JAMBS F CUMMINS spent sev era days at Wllmnro with relatives Mn A E GlunoNS and wife of Dan vile spent Sunday with relatives here Mn C C GOOCII and wife oC Waynosburp were In town Thursday MRS L R Huoiias spent several days with the homefolks at Mt Vernon OILIE FIELDS and Irvine Newland are up from Louisville with the home folksMiss JOSEPHINE CARPENTER spent several days with Crab Orchard rein lives Miss PATTIE ALCORN spent several days with Miss Ophelia Lacky at Crab friend Mr SW Givens of Mlddlesboro paid us a substantial call last week MR ROY SimiBVF and wife of Roch ester III arc guests of Mr J C Eu banks and wire DR AND MRS 0 B FALLIB spent Xmas In Henry and Shelby county says the Advocate FRED GARNRTT is with his mother at Cave City J L B Coffey Is working in his place at the depot NEWS comes prom Phoenix Arizona that a son has blessed the union of Mr and Mrs Greonberry Bright MRS WM MORELAND and son Rob ert Moroland of Lexington are the guests of Mrs W C Shanks lioN HARVEY HELM arrived from Washington City Wednesday to spend a few days with his friends hero KUGBNE WILSON who fa located in San Francisco passed up to Crab Or chard Thursday to visit his parents REV It Rk NOEL of this place and his daughter Miss Mary Noel of Dan ville are with Marshall Noel at Lafol lettc Tenn V M Rues a good citizen of Gar rard county has moved to the Ander son farm near Turnersville which he bought somo time ago Miss EUGENIA PULLIAM who holds a position as instructor in Georgetown College Is spending Xmas with the homcfolkj near Shelby City MR Gao B ELLiS and bride spent Xmas with his parents here Mr Ellis was warmly congratulated on all sides on winning the heart and hand of so charming n woman as his wife Is LOCA- LSJ SEE W H Muellers ad SEE the Jnction fence at Singletons STOCK and Poultry foodat Singletons ROOMS for rent over W H HIggins store CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop FOR RENTMy residence on Logan Avenue Mrs Nancy A Logan 2t NEW stock of Hcinzs preserves in l0 pound stone jars at W II Higgins THIS la lastday shooting quail It will be illegal after this date SILVERLACE Wyandotte Roosters of pure strain for sale Mrs A J Rice R F D Moreland Ky FOR SALE Several cone pulleys small imposing stone lot of second handed type type cases stands and other printers supplies Write or phone this office FRIENDS of tho family of J Harvey Moore are building a comfortable cot tage on the lot where his house burned n few weeks ago Sufficient means has not yet been secured and If you want to assist in a laudable cause see A T Nunncllcy or J S Baughman and make a contribution THE officers of the Stanford Water Light Ice Co have sent some of the Buffalo Springs water to tho State College Lexington for examination If it is tho water that is causing typhoid fever hero they want to know it Let tho city council follow tho example and try to find out what caused the presence of the fearful disease To Our Friends Just a Word It is nbusjMvorldMho days go swiftly by counting themselves with the eternity that lies behind and iti the stress of life work we sometimes forget to say the word of love and gratitude that is in our heart But here it is now to you just this little word of appreciation for all the good you have done SEVERANCES You have helped us to build up a large business n store where the ran buy reliable goods at reasonable prices Could we have done this alone Certainly not A business is built up by its pa trons quite as much as by its managers After we have taxed your patience for if there are perfect people in the world wo have so far been unable to find them and in spite of occasional errors you have stood hus and shown your confidence in the only way that counts For such loyalty and consul eration wo thank you The last year in spite of many obstacles has been a very satisfactory one and wo ask you to help us make the next even more LEAP year rink Friday night next AT tho given by the ladies of the Baptist church of Crab Orchard 55 was taken in ROOMS on second floor for rent suit able for light housekeeping Miss Bet tie Barnett Stanford CASHIER BctEYofof the Crab Orchard Banking Co has our thanks for a beautiful calendar FOR SALEBig cupdouble ov en range good for hotel Used only two weeks Will sell at a bargain D B RamboBrodhead LOST between Walter Warrens residence and Mrs Jones restaurant an emerald ring sot with six pearls Lib oral reward Miss Katherine WarrenIT was Eph Pcnnington of tho East End who was shot at Crab Orchard a few weeks ago and not our affable dep uty county clerk Eph D Pennington SOME frIeJ Mr R C En glcman Sr put a beautiful Bible on the Xmas tree for him and he is as proud of it as tho average boy is of his first pair of boots A MASONIC lodge with 11 members was organized here Thursday by Dep uty Grand Master E J Tanner of McKinney Lincoln Lodge was the name decided on and is Ita number TilE young people enjoyed a hop at Waltons Opera House Thursday night We say night because it lasted all night A good many visitors from neighboring towns were present Til ford Cooks orchestra furnished the music TUG Citizens Life Insurance Co of Louisville sent a check to Mrs Forest- S McClary Wednesday for the 1000 her husband carried in that company A check for 2056 was received Friday from the New England Mutual represented bv W H Wearen of this place AT the Mercer County Poultry Show last week where over 540 chickens were exhibited DrL B Cook of this place won first premium In the Rhode Island Red contest on cockerel second on pullet and first on pen The Rhode Island Red Club of America gave him two special ribbons for best shape male and female birds IN the old fiddlers contest at Wal tins Opera House Friday night Alex Martin won first money Armp Dawson second Sam Bishop third John Brcodlove fourth and L G Hall fifth D II Wellington of Casey and Dan Cooley of this place also played The judges were N W Sampson Dink Far mer and W G Me Dee IN N A Tribbles court Thursday Frank Masonheimer was given 226 days for drunkenness lIe had just finished a fiveday fine for disor derly conduct Bill Elkin was given 100 days The latter had whisky both inside and out and refusing to tell who he got it from the judge took it for granted that he was bootlegging it and Imposed the above heavy penalty Tile Severances have enjoyed a delightful family reunion this Christmas at the home of Mr and Mrs Will Sev erance here The family is composed of Mr Will Severance and wife Rev Joseph Severance wife and daughters of Frankfort Mr Albert II Severance wife and sop of Corbin and Mr Sam W Severance of Louisville It was an occasion long to be remembered by the participants Tim Christmas amtthe Christian church was indeed a thing of beauty and the hundreds of presents on it carried joy to many hearts Morrison Bright and Elwood Totten acted Santa Claus and his brother and did their work firstrate The church was crowded Rev JW Hagin of Covington who with his family spent the holidays with the family of Mr J F Cash opened the evenings exercises with a splendid prayer THE masquerade rink Wednesday evening drew a large crowd but not a rent many masked Walter Milburn who represented a rube to perfec DrIes and their decision gave entire satisfaction On Friday night next Jan 3 a leap year rink will be given when the ladies will bo given an opportunity jf showing how they like for the gentlemen to treat them JESSED WEAREN the insurance man has moved his office to the little room next to Tribble Pence Trw ladies of the Presbyterian church presented their pastor Rev J LYan dell with a 20 gold piece for a Christ mas remembrance ATTEND the Lancaster Business College which opens Jan 2 50 good stu dents wanted Positions guaranteed Write for particulars SAM RORINSON the up to date cloth- Ier and gents furnisher has our thanks for a most useful Xmas present Sam is as liberal as he is clever BRAKEMAN T A MASDEN of Leba non Junction had a foot so badly mash ed while coupling cars at Brodhead that the member had to be amputated DR J B BECK who bought the Jno D Carpenter farm in tho West End will open a dental office in Hustonville in a few weeks See ad later I HAVE again opened my cleaning and pressing department and all work thankfully received and will be given the best of attention Ed Wilkinson IP the oldest inhabitant remembers a warmer Christmas than the present he has kept the fact to himself Spring weather has prevailed most of the time TUB 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 FOR SALE Stock fstaple grocer ies and butchers outfit In Shelby City Boyle county Ky Good cash trade Write lock box 198 Stanford Ky or see J B Higgins LOST n ladys large leather pocket book containing small amount of mon ey and a ticket to Bowling Green Keep the money and return the book and ticket to Ed Ballard THERE was an ugly cutting scrape at Hustonville last week but at the request of the participants we withhold a further mention of it However if there Is any aftermath we shall give names and particulars in full THE new council will meet for its first time Thursday when the allimpor tant business of electing a marshal will be done Let the members weigh well the matter and consider each candi dates fitness before stating their choice I DESIRE to thank the good people of Stanford and vicinity for their liberal patronage during the year 1907 I ask a continuance of the kind treatment during the year to come promising fair and honorable dealings with every customer large or small Sam Robinson TilE reports from the police depart ment of Richmond since the city closed 12 saloons last July showed 300 per cent decrease in crime a like reduction in the cost of the jail and 600 percent less arrests for drunkenness 342 for the last half of last year as against C5 for the last half of this year under local option The county will send delegates to Frankfort to work for further temperance legislation dated esday this issue is printed Monday afternoon If you read this paragraph in time go to Mc Roberts drug store and get tickets for Chick or the Two Sisters a beautiful and interesting Western dra ma that will be presented at Waltons Opera House this Monday evening Dec 30 by Miss Morfydd Evans and a company of Hustonville artists Prices of admission 16c 25c and 35c OUR good friend Mrs Will Stone knowing our weakness for cake made the prettiest one we ever saw andsent it to us for a Xmas present It is too pretty to eat and we willpostpone the cutting of it just as long as possible We can not express our appreciation of web evidence of friendship as Mrs Stone has shown but the thought of such friendship and good will makes the burdens life seem lighter We thank her again and again Heres Good Advice O S Woolover one of the best known mercbuiils of Lo Raysvillo N y says If you are over troubled with piles apply Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured me of them for good 20 years ago Cures every sore wound burn or abrasion 25o at Pen nys Drug Store so As we have worked to serve you in the past so we will in tho future endeavor to do So here is a land grasp anda thank you and an earnest hope that you may be as happy as you deserve which is the most generous wish we can possibly express I A FEW WISE GUYS wait until after XMAS to buy CLOAKS and FURS We were unfortu note enough to have n few choice Coats and Furs left it is your good fortune to get one at onethird off the regular price 86 garmentsfor 84 88 gar ments for 80 810 garments for 8607 812 garments for 88 815 garments for 310 Some reductions on Furs Skirts still going at onefourth oil tho price South East Corner Main aridIDepot Streets t 1 STYLE 859 Made Kalamazoo Cartel Coi Also Sole Makers of tntrlcar Beauty and F C Cortell AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS are the BEST for Style Durability and Comfort ofany made Try one of our Girdler medium length or extra length at 8150 and 2 and be convinced After one trial wo feel sure you will want no other Sizes to fit any one TRIBBLE HUGHES tI Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court HousejSTANFORD KENTUCKY Our Store Will be K Closed JAN ANDs a 5TH While we are Taking our Annual Inventory of Stock i x W B Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is oft on prices at the Emporium at Huston vile Wo are price fighters j u jYour Lid Be sure and get it r from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected the cream of the market for you Come and be convinced in this line Wo undersell everybody CLOAKSLadies Misses and Childrens We cnn plenso you Quality and juice guarnnteeel LADIES SKIRTS A UCllUlllUl lot to select from suit nil We cnrryn general line Clothing Hoots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If 011 have never worn a pair of Shoes I dont wonder that you have been so disappointed Try ME2i years selling Shoes Our Fall and Winter stock is now full and complete Come anti inspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter The NorleigljDiamond Rotary Washer Is a Washer which pleases every one Come in and let us show it to you Qeo D Hoppers Stanford Ky I The Interior Journal Enltrtdin the Post Office at Stanford ttxnddatt tnauer- Pvyw9QAD TOEHDAYB AND VRXDXT IT 100 PER YEAR CASH f11When not ao paid 1200 will be charged L S N TIME TKBLEN- oSlHoathlllrMNo 21 Houlli 1290 PM No xl North U33 A NoY2Northrsl7 f x JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney FBOrBIBTOB Livory Food and Solo StAblo Lancaster Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Depot StreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY a Joseph 3244 Vol k Is pure bred anti has been accepted for reg istry In the tlrbt volume of The American Tomwortli Hwlne Ueconl Association Book under the rulciof thonaioclntlon and will be No ns above Hire Kdwnrd No Sol ktmAlexRndrnNox167 Slro of Hire ilnple OOlirr Bruce Noa Wclnm of BlreCanndlnn Nellie Hire of dim Kentucky UoyNo 1753 dnw of dam Oolilen Dnys o It Is welt known that the Tnmworth Swine Is the hleheit prices wine on the market Ills sire Kdvrnnl weight lSMjl yvnn old rf0 his dnm Alexandra weight iOlO60Id Ills it855nt months lie standhi Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn tui Garden AVo employ no agents Catalogue on application- H F HIUKXMKYKU SoNs- Lexington Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaEuga They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Cs McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY MUe Phone lilT Home Puona Its POSTED strictlyforbidpanlng on our places and will prosocuto vi olatori to the full extent of thu law PlllelInHpOOIlRllloreIIl Lawrence Reuben J Hockor LiMeftus FerrlllJpelt Mn J K Iulllnin It L Pulllaui Peter nithnor Mm Katherine Ado r OUOl1l101lJRnl u IlutlouL1srtwnterrThoutpsonTlloille launchLiteldientstuhltros1redVouUrueiiKiin AT Traylor IMUIIIIIHTFredIhiuii lIullr JfunnellrWIlauKlunaiiJ1V Daooch W11 J U llndurwood Hon Mrs lluryUOIvvnt dohnJalschWuiOnMler Mrs N Ildoode fKTnter Uttvld Hteveni John Jufer It O Diirlmiii W II Haul flotllli Ollck KreU Hundorf to FARMERS DEPARTMENT LOST five sheep Reward T A Rice Stanford rFOR SALE70 good ewes Must go at once A R Matheny Stanford R F D No1 IILOST a couple of brown mares on River Thursday night Reward C C Terry Stanford Ky J T Carson of tho Turnersvillo section has bought a 190ncre farm near Lebanon for 14000 and has moved to it FOR SALEI0 thoroughbred Duroc Jersey gilts 4J to months old extra fine and subject to register R H Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky Tho failure of the potato crop in Aroostook county is responsible for the filing of 12 petitions in bankruptcy in the United States District Court in Maine during the last week The Woodford County Beard of Control of the American Society of Equity has filed suits against three farmers alleging that the defendants sold too bacco which had been pooled- J R Smith of the Peaks Mill neighborhood brought to this office seven cars of corn which weighed eight pounds This corn averaged over seven bushels to the shock He raised about 200 barrels of the same sort Can you beat it Frankfort Journal- POLITICAL Secretary Taft was unanimously in dorsed as the choice of Kansas republi cans for the presidency Friends of Elbert Wesley editor of Somersets new republican paper The Herald want him to run for circuit judgeThe Governor of Florida has appoint ed William James Bryan aged 31 years a lawyer to be United States Senator vice the late Stephen R Mallory Gov Glenn of North Carolina has refused to pay millions of dollars of bonds of that State which he says were conceived in sin and born in iniquity The bonds have been repudiated by the State Legislature but the holders arc trying to get something for them President Roosevelt notified Gov Unitedlnow ordered to remain there three weeks provided the Governor will issue n call within five days for a special session of the Legislature to make a formal re quest for Federal intervention BadlyAb- raham Up Brown of Winterton N Y had a very remarkable experience ho says Doctors got badly mixed over me one said heart disease tw called it kidney trouble tho fourth blood poison and the flfth stomach and liver trouble but none of them helped me so my wife advised trying Electric Bitters which are restoring me to per feet health Ono bottle did mo more good than all the ave doctors pro scribed Guaranteed to cure blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by Pen nys Drug Store Oc Adjt Gen P P Johnston held a con fjrence with a United States post office inspector who is investigating the sending of threatening anonymous let ters through the mail in the dark to bacco district and if the authors can be found prosecutions in the Federal Court will follow Mott Avres State inquiryIntomon d 30 witnesses for appearance yesterday Passed Examination Success fully James Donahue New Britain Conn writesIII tried several kidney rome dies and was treated by our Lost physicians for diabetes but did not improve until I took Foloys Kidney Cure After tho second Cottlo I show ed Improvement and five bottles cured mo completely I have since passed a rigid examination for life Insurance Foleys Kidney Cure cures bxokacheand all forms of kid ney and bladder trouble G L Pen ny At Rhome Texas Mrs J W Bram mer administered carbolic acid to her infant child and swallowed a large dose herself Both died almost instantly No reason is assigned for tho act Tho finest Coffee Substitute over made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wls You dont have to boll It 20 or 30 minute Marie In n minute says the doctor Health Coffee Is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced Not a grain of real Coffee In it either Health Coffee Imitation Is made from pure toasted cereals or grain with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expert were ho to unknowingly drink It for Coffee Sold at Pennys Drug Store A largo tobacco barn on W Z Thompsons farm in Scott county was destroyed by fire lie is a member of pooledhisA Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally Is the stoppage of liver and bowel funct Inns To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Lifo Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed satis factory in every case or money back at Pennys Drug Store 2c Sheriffs Sale For Taxes Monday Jan 13 1908 Beiug the 1st lay of the January term of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of 9 oclock A si and 4 oclock V M in front of the courthouse door in Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to tho highest anti best bidder for cash in hand the following lists or so much na will pay taxes cost and penalty As fast as payments ore made tlloI names will disappear Tho amount eet opposite each name includes G per cent penalty and cost of advertising T J HIIL Sherill STANIORlIWJIITI Bright J W n r 150 acres S 52 55 Elliott Win 25 acres C 80 Farris JK n r 2 years 22 acres 20 GO Flanger Jack 111 acres G 15 Fcnzel Mrs Rhoda house lot 10 85 Gill Mrs Bertha 1acro 3 10 Harrison II G9 acres 39 55 Heath Thos u r 55 acres 5 UOI James W II 25 acres C UOI McMulliug Logan 24 acres 5 10 Peacock Luella 150 acres 52 55 Stratton Mrs Nancy 2 90 Walls JB 89 acres 11 00 STN FOIt1COLOitlll Barrow Manuel 1 nero 3 65 Bright John n r 1 nero 3 10 Craig Flem town lot G 60 Givens Kate n r 10 acres 3 10 Ly tic Robert 21 acres 7 GO culling Logan 2 acres 3 40 Ray George town lot 9 80 Rout Pnttie 6 acres I 2 95 Stewart Harrison 8 dares 3 40 Wade Davidson 30 acres 4 00- wtYNhNhllltfwlIf Ashley W 15 50 acres 8 35 Abt Casper Agt 20 acres 8 00 Bangh Silas 12 acres 0 85 Baugh Isaac 4 acres 9 00 Bastin S B 156 ncres 7 70 Brown G L n r 3 njICS 3 40 Byrd Joseph 30 acres 40 Cog Ie Jim 2 acres 4 70 Cunningham I 4 acres 4 80 80oDewitt J II 220 acres UJ 20 Green II L n r 25 ncrei 3 25 Griffin S 18 acres 6 90 Harris John S 37 acres 5 20 Harris Mrs Lottie 24 acres 8 45 Hilton Thomas n r nero 2 75 Johnston it Bastin 148 acres 4 25 Leach Geo W n r 40 acres 8 45 Leach Mrs Martha 25 acres 2 85 Mullins Miss Nellie t aorc 2 80 Parker Joe 100 acres 4 85 Heftier John u5 acres 7 10 Robinson Win 10 acres 5 GO Russell G W hrs 325 acres 8 80 Sluder Chas 35 acres ft 10 Speak 0 G 57 acres 60 Smith Mrs Eva 200 acres 6 CO Shoflstofl B F n r 60 acres 4 80 Stephens Ed n r 40 acres U 90- Suddiith A G hrs n r 50 acros ft 70 Slioop Mia Ellen 42 norM n 35 Vacant Land Co 180 acrqu G 15 Young Nannio It 18 acres 2 15 Young Clark 11 acres f 55 Yocum Ellas 1 acre 0 i0- WAYNIwlILIt11COLOIIin Jones Eddie 20 acres 4 25 Martin Lucy 55 acres 4 80 CIUH OIICIIAIIU WHITE Anderson Join 5acres 5 35 Davis Martha 6 acres 10 Delancy Mrs Kate 50 acres fl 10 Dishon Frank 20 acres C 60 Gover Annie 10 acres 4 80 Guest J W 175 acres 2 years 138 8V 64IHatfieldPcttus Mrs Kato town lot 5 g Q11Seeroncc Steineggeu Arnold 35acres 4 W- Tumlmll Fannie 111 acres 13 GiiI Turnbull John 700 acres 40 Turner hrs 10 acres 3 10 Weaver hrs 50 acres 3 10 CHAll OltCIIMlI COIOIlii Lackey Ike six acres 5 68 Lackey Ret lire 27 acres 8 65- r JIUSTONVinUJ WIIITK Burton A J town lot 10 35 Casky Rebecca own lot 5 95 Carson J K n r 42 acres 13 GO Dayton Sara J gall 3G acres 13 GO Gnincs Matthew 12 acres 5 66 Russell John 15 acres G 20 Reynolds Milton 2G meres 8 25 Minks Mrs Eliza town lot 8 Snlison Frank 100 ncros G 40 Wagner Thomas IOC acres 5 1ItSTONViLLBCOAltlln Bailey Chas 1 nero 6 46 Bailey Thomas Sr 1 nero 5 06 Bailoy Moscow town lot 4 SO Brown Tiuslcy town lot 4 SO Bright Eva 2 acres 4 75 Brown Ed 1 nero 4 CO 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