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I M4 THE INTERIOP JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 3 1908 NO 87 OTTENHEIM EU B Stler hgs rented tho Kloeha place for 1903 and has moved to It Henry Jame who has had n severe attack of measles Ii able to sit up Elmoro Slier and wife of Paul have returned homo after a visit with relatives beret JoWi llama and Joe Coleman seem to begetting rich off of each other trad n havo made various trades In the last two weeks t Charley Kerr and wife spent Christ mos at S M Chandlers Richard Chandler and wife spent tho holidays with tho homefolks Christmas eve and Christmas night I this place was well lighted up with fire works Tho boys had their fun and the merchants got tho money It was a flue 1ti displayWalter Saunders and Eph Penning ton were visitors hero recently They said they had to como to our place for fire works as Stanford didnot hlveany R W Delaney of Illinois Is visiting relatives and friends in this section It la 34 years since ho left this State Mrs Skelton Coleman who has had pneumonia is slowly convalescing The Pine Grove Sunday school gave n delightful Christmas tree While there was NO entertainment by children in tho way of speeches they had a good selection of Christmas songs Eld J I G Livingston gavo a brief address one Christmas tree motives Tho tree was nicely adorned and wcllladen with pres ents and many hearts were made hap py by the gifts HUBBLE The yuletide passed off quietly in our little city ly Eld W G Montgomery will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning and night Edgar McKechnie of Louisville was hero Xmas with his homefolks Miss Mary Roberts of Somerset was tho guest of Mrs L C King A P Sloan T C Itankln and It P Sloan are in the South with mules C C Sink and wife of Lexington and starry Griffis and wife of Danville and Owslcy Car man of Duluth Minn spent Xmas with Mr and Mrs A C Carmnn Bourne Goggin and family of Somer set havo moved to the G A Swine l broad farm C RL Henry has moved to his form near Kirksvillc Grover McKochnlo has returned to Lexington after a visit to his parents Mrs Sebn t Spoonamore Miss Bessie Rivers and Leslie Rivers of Franklin ladarc guests of Miss Lucy Spoonamore Miss Moymo Uridcrwood has returned from a visit to Hustonville srsyWhen the Stomach Heart or Kid ney nerves get weak then these organs always fall Dont drug thb Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kldnojs That Is simply a makeshift Get a proscription known to Druggists t everywhere as Dr Shoop n sl ra tire Tho Restorative Is prepared expressly for thus weak inside nerves Strengthen those nerves build then- up with Dr Snoops llostoratlvc tablets or liquid and seo Iww quick ly help will come Preo natnplo test sent on request by Dr Shoop Unolne Wis Your health Is surely worth this simple tost Pennys Drug Store At Oklahoma City Okla 23000 bar rels of beer valued at 17600 were emptied into sowers by the United States Revenue Collector The brew was completed after Oklahoma became a State and tho State authorities would not permit its sale and shipment from the State Simple Remedy for La grippe Ln grlppo coughs are dangerous they frequently develop into pnen monia Poleys Honoy and Tar not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens the lungs that no serious results need bo feared The genuine Fojeyn Honey nod Tar eon talus no harmful drugs and Is In a yellow package Hofuso substitutes G L Penny County Judgo Proviso has offered o reward of 200 for the apprehension and conviction of every person who partic pipated in the Christian county raid on December 9 This is to supplement tho reward offered by Governor Will son HoW to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores tho natural action of tho bowels Orlno Laxative Fjrult Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and pleas ant to take Ilofuse substitutes G L Penny Louis SIgone 14 years old was killed and four other persons probably fatal ly Injured in jumping from the windows when a crowded flat building In San Francisco burned yt PREACHERSVILLE J L Anderson had a valuable mare to die Born to the wife of John Colson a 10pound girl John Is all smiles at this of our young men attended tho skating rink at Crab Orchard Tuesday tho exception of one or two so cials a few big dining etc this has bean tho dullest Chrlslmas on record Rev II M Shouso preached his fare well sermon at the Baptist church Sun day evening He has charge of Fork church In Garrard for this year Miss Mattie McClary has resumed her duties with the Preacheravlllo school Her school will close next month She Is Wellliked by pupils pa trons and trustees and she will be sadly missed by the social circle of this com Lucy Massey will close her school on tho 10th She gave her pu pils a nice Christmas tree and with her school gave a most delightful enter tainment consisting of recitations dia logues and songs The graphophono music given by John B Anderson added much pleasure to tho occasion J M Cress acted Santa Claus J D Horton assisted The exercises by the school reflected much credit on both teacher and pupils That this term of school hiss been a good one no one can deny Miss Massey is no wellliked by all and has given such entire satisfaction that the trustees will endeavor to secure her services next term Mrs J M Lunsford Is quite sick Mrs N J Horton has been sick but is better The entire family of S D Carpenter has been sick of measles but Is well now Mrs B T Lunsford has been indisposed Little Ella Rig ney has been quite low with pneumonia J J Thompson is quite sick Miss Ka tie Payne Is visiting relatives here Miss Lillie Gamer of Cedar Creek and Manlcy Albright and Cassia D Sutton of Brodhcad and Mt Vernon respect ively were guests of tho Misses Thomp son during the holidays Mrs T W Jones visited at Judge Collyers F F Blankenship and wife visited the home folks Andy Thompson of Columbus 0 visited J M Bell and family Miss Frances Moser visited at Gilbert Creek BRODHEAD E P Settles has bought of the Say ers brothers all of their black and white oak timber available for plow beams and will move hid machinery there in a short time Union watch services were held in the Baptist church Tuesday night The program consisted of songs prayers and sermons by Revs Pike and Sawyers A largo crowd was present Joe Smith of Hlalt has bought of Mrs Mary Albright a lot in town pay Ing 150 Mr Smith will erect a dwell ing on the lot and move to It Ho contemplates running a grain and feed store He is also agent for the Horse shoe Fertilizer A little son of James Owens is very ill with inflammatory rheumatism Miss Rosa Pike has returned to Bcrca after spending Xmas with her parents here John Evans and M D Howling nro in Louisville on business Dr O stone has returned after spending Xmas with his parents at Tnzewcll Tenn R L Colyer the telegraph polo man of Crab Orchard was hero looking after his In terests Monday and Tuesday Manly Albright has returned from a visit to friends in the Pruncheravllle section While there he attended a house party given by Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson Special Announcement Regard ing the National Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affect ed by tho National 1uro Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recom mend It as a safe remedy for children and a lulls G L Penny Mrs Mollie Desmond of New York who attempted to commit suicide 18 months ago by swallowing a package of 144 needles died Monday after physi clans had made 25 surgical operations upon her ana had removed all but a doz en of the needles rItDoes The Business Mr E E Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of JBucklcns Arnica Salvo It does the business I havo used It for piles and it cured them Used It for chapped hands and it cured them Applied it to an old sore anti it healed It without leaving a scar behind 23o at Pennys Drug Store The Arizona Republican published at Phoenix a card of thanks to a friend who brought the editor in a box raisingStrawberries costly as well as a rare diet here I NEWS NOTES Gov Willson has refused to commute the death sentence of Clarence Stur geon of Louisville and he will hang this morning Nine miners were killed three fatally Injured and two others seriously in jured in an explosion In a coal mine at Carthage N M The total output ut the United States mint In Philadelphia for the year 1907 was 183593943 coins representing n value of 0320310493 Joe Davidson chief of police of Beattyville and Robert Evans a mer chant of that place engaged in a shoot Ing bee in which both were killed Judge John W Barr for 19 years Federal judge of Kentucky is dead In Louisville He was 81 years old Judge Barr was succeeded by Judge Walter EvansWilliam G Reichard 15 old accused of forgery Committed suicide at Plttsburg Pa just as the police were about to arrest him following a chase allover the city Three persons were killed and more than a dozen others injured in a rear end collision on the elevated tracks of the Pennsylvania railway a short dis tance from Camden N J The trustees of the Harrodabur g Graded School elected William S Rob- Inson aged 22 principal to succeed Prof C W Bell who was appointed State Insurance Commissioner- All women except members of Thaws family and tho women reporters will be excluded from the court room during the second trial of Harry K Thaw un der an order by Justice Dowling While carrying out a Christmas tree that had caught fire from candles at her home in Paducah Marjory Mam men 1G years old sustained burns on her left hand that may cripple her for lifeBy the terms of his will John H Hamilton a prominent farmer of Hour bon county leaves his entire fortune of 40COOto the education of poor girls between the ages of 12 and 20 years In that county The campaign for lower rents by thousands of tenants on the lower East Side of New York began to show re suIts January 1 when many landlords announced that they were ready to make reductions The Bank of Morehead which closed its doors three weeks ufjo on account of the money stringency will not open for business again as was predicted J F Knapp president says it has lots of bad paper on its hands Transatlantic passenger service dur ing 1907 was increased by about a mil lion passengers over the traffic of 190C Tho total number of passengers carried both east and west has reached the enormous number of 2937328 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 tells mothers everywhere to give It without hesitation oven tg very young babies The wholasoino green leaves and tender atoms of a lungheallng mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Huro It calms the cough and heals tho MHO and sensitive bronchial men branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injuiro or sup press Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which tho Doctor usosIt The Snored Herb Always demand Dr Shoops Dough Huro Pennys Drug Store Tho makeup of the committees of the House was announced just before the adjournment of Congress for the holi days lion Harvey Helm the new Con gressman from this district is said by those who should know to have fared better in these committee assignments than any new member from this State if not better than any new Democrat in the whole louse lie was not only placed on two committees while the others were given only one but both his committees are among the most important known in House legislation The Committe on Insular Affairs which has charge of everything affecting the Phillipines and our other island possessions was the important com mittee to which Mr Helms distin guished predecessor was assigned during the last term of his eight years service Mr Helm not only succeeds Mr Gilbert on this committee but is also given a place on the equally im portant Committee on Expenditures on Public Buildings It is not remembered at Washington when any new member was placed on either of these commit tees and it is assumed that the mem ber from the Eighth already stands minoritylel1dorsShelby Disturbed Tho Congregation The person who disturbed the con gregation last Sunday by continually coughing Is requested to buy a bottle of Foleys Honey and oar G L Penny HUSTONVILLE Howard Camnitz has signed again with the Pittsburjf base ball team for the coming year at an advance in salary of 250 A largo crowd seemed to thoroughly enjoy the giving away of over 300 pres ents from the Christmas tree by Santa Claus at the opera house Great reduction sale on suits and ov ercoats S2X and 2260 suits for J15 o and 2760 suits for 20 They are the hest bargains I have ever offered in tailoring A J Adams Huston ville W G Cowan shipped a carloadof tobacco to the Lexington market Wednesday Myers Lutes shipped a car of 1000pound cattle to Cincinnati for which they paid 4o and one car of hogs ot4e J J Durham who recently stoodII civil service examination for ter carrier has received notice of his appointment and assigned to route No 2 from Moreland upon which service he has entered James Parks of Madison county has bought good feeding cattle at 4Jc They were shipped from Stanford Mon day This is the best price paid for feeders in this section since the money panic They were bought of J P Rife Miss Lula Edrington the efficient day operator at the telephone exchange de sires through these columns to express her heartfelt thanks to her numerous friends who assisted Mr Gil Cowan in remembering her in such a substantial manner on Christmas day On account of visiting his old home at Princeton Rev S B Lander will not preach here next Sunday his regular day He preached a splendid ser mon to a large audience last Sunday and the solo by Miss Katherine Hall was of rare excellence and highly com plimentedOn night at the home of Joe Fletcher near Richards school house Mrs Bettie Estes was united in marriage to Arch Austin Rev Tilford of MIddleburg officiating Later in the evening a hilarious crowd filled the yard and made night hideous with in struments that were out of tune A fitting tribute of a loving father as he passes down the Western slope of lifes journey was evidenced at the hospitable home of Jesse P Riffe on Christmas day Tho children as usual had been invited to their annual Christ mas dinner at the old home with no knowledge of an agreeable surprise in store for them which was not discover ed until they turned over their plates Under each one was found 100 and joy was unconfined- In tho study of Rev S B Lander on Dec 24 a double wedding ceremony was performed by that gentleman The contracting parties were Miss Eva handsome daughter of F N Sims of Mt Salem to Luther Elliott of Mt Salem and Miss Alice Moran daugh ter of Thomas Moran and Wm Mc Whorter both of Middleburg After the ceremony and congratulations the parties drove to Middleburg where a Christmas feast awaited them FROM THE ANTILLES Chamberlains Cough Remedy Benefits a City Councilman at Kingston Jamaica Mr W OHoilly Fogarty who is a member of tho City Council at Kings ton Jamaica West Indies writes as follows One bottle of Chamber lains Cough Remedyhad good effect on n cough that was giving mo trouble and I think I should have been more quickly relieved If I had continued the remedy That It was beneficial and quick in relieving mo there Is no doubt and It Is my intention to obtain anoth er bottle For sale by all druggists Smiths College assists young ladies in acquiring an education for self support and independence Bookkeep lag Shorthand Typewriting and Teleg raphy taught Three lady teachers in cluded in faculty Good boarding homes Refers to lady graduates receiving as much as 1000 a year and more Ken tucky University diploma awarded our graduates For particulars address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wls You dont have to boll It twenty or thirty min utes Mado In a minute says tho dljctor Health Coffee Is really tho closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced Not a grain of real Coffee in It either Health Colleo Imitation is made from pure toasted cereuls or grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an expertwere he to unknowingly drink It for Coffee Pen nys Drug Store A riot followed the street car strike in Muncie Ind A mob of 1000 row dies took possession of the business district Two street cars were wrecked two bystanders were shot and about 50 other persons were injured Shoes and Rubber Goods Our stock iscomplete Now is the time to get your Footwear We have all kinds of the best brands High Top Shoes 8250 to 8 100 We have the best brands in Rubber goods Come and see our stock of Shoes and Rubber Footwear before you buy elsewhere and get prices SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishing E- tcChristmas 2 has come and gone Thanks for your liberal patronage Now lets go to work Try an OLIVER PLOW first The best made AII claim as good as Oliver but none better aesssss ss W H HlGGJ N 51Stanford Kentucky I iIliJ III III FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS CHANGE VIA QUEEN 6 CRESCENT ROUTE 1907WinterFor Information and list of hotels address B Co KING O P 0 T A dies Sc tell oD Kj If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts Central Kentucky Real Estate ExduDjle TITLE co 0011 acre on the Waynesburg pike near Highland 6room house burn nod oth or outbuildings nice orchard This property fa near uudchoolbouso Ic worth th price mist No 1100 ucrea Smiles South of Crab Or chard on the State rood has a twostory house barn orclmrd and la well water laudandtproducrelute eropelnIeirQuin lit Ad H cash balance In one and two yours No l1I acre on Huck Creek near Way nesburg lroost house bare other out hull ltl1l1s plenty of water Cash price SV UH acres near Level Green Ilock ensue This farm has n new to tory combKy would cost to build now stW goal bourn crib tc locnled near This Is a nice home nodchurchIchba tpscfool Sin per ncre 4 cast re mainder In 19 months WITHOUT DRUGGIS1I No6ISI oerelIlIolnlll tutu above Mints acre In cultivation Dwelling of rooms good barn mul other or chord Onwof the best 1lrlnllnille coun yearsiNottSJl acres adjoining farms Nos and Ii 1W acres In cultivation balance In Um her flood white oak hickory nnd some line cedar lists story log huse and good orch are well watered Caah price taro No 7 ucres near Maretsburg Ky acres In cultivation good house barn mid necessary outbuildings line and school church and It atatlon Price ffaa K cash balance In one and two years No 82U acres near Oonway Ky nearly nil of this lane Is bottom hind tine for corn dweblinghousenewbarn miles trout heron College Cash price 1 ttaNo94lacres on Drpkos Greek S wiles from Grab Orchard This furnt adjoins the farlthThisnecessary buildings Tula la u bargain at doper acre No 167K acres near Stanford Xyln nice shape with nil necessary bulldtngietc can be l bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all tun above fnrms seo or write L II Hughes or James L White Stanford Ky i The Interior Journal L C WALTON JOHN J MOSER It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party h M BRUCE countsubjectparty JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer of DemocraticSubject to the action of the party 0 C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic tl party Democratic Ticket ForiUnlted States Senator J C W BECKIIAM Tits claim made by the Democratic candidates in the recent State cam paign that the present administration would go out of office with over a million and a quarter dollars in th State treasury and the State free from debt has been more than fulfilled On next Monday January 6th the complete Republican administration will take charge of the States affairs Slate Treasurer Henry Bosworth has totaled up the States balance on deposit with the various State depositories and it is shown that on the close of business December 31st 1907 there is in the State Treasury the good round sum of 149290157 which more than makes good the campaign promise made by the Democrats A SUMMARY of the accidents of 1907 shows that 57919 persons have been killed and injured in accidents during the year 35612 having been killed and 22307 injured Some of the larger items of the list are as follows Earth quakes landslides etc 21512 killed 8092 injured explosions and mine dis asters 3086 killed 2721 injured storms and floods 4209 killed 1563 injured railroad wrecks811 killed 2639 Injured p automobile accidents 229 killed 704 in jured firearms 197 killed 3978 injured Among other deaths are 2269 lost in wrecks of vessels and 492 in other drownings THE announcement is made that 18 cotton mills in New Bedford paid dividends of more than 13 per cent list year but it is of hardly less in terest that 13 of the mills paid an aver age of 1735 per cent Two paid 66 per cent one 40 one 381 and one 32 pe cent In 1900 the highest dividends o any one of the mills was 27 per cent and the average for the 13 was a trifle more than 9 It will thus be seen tha the recent increase in the prices of thei outputs was not from necessity but to make more money to pay more divi Bends EXSENATOR BLACKBURN is doing all he can to prevent the election of Gov Beckham to the U S Senate but it will be a case of gnawing the file I the ExSenator knew how dead he is tt Kentucky democracy he would go back Panama and quietly sit down TilE Frankfort Journal will more than likely begin the publication of an after noon edition The paper will also in stall a Cox Duplex press Other Im provements are contemplated allof which go to show the merited success that paper is enjoying GEORGIA is now a dry State all saloons having closed Tuesday The result of prohibition In the corn crack er State will be watched with much interest Atlanta is the largest city in U S wherored liquor is not legally sold t Time Advocate has made Mr George W Doeghy Its city editor and a clean newsy paper may be expected throe times a week i KINGSVILLE Miss Laura Uye who has been teach ing in Garrard county is at home There was a very interesting watch meeting at the Methodist church Tues 1dayevening t Mr Ross of Burnside came up Tues Itday to get his little daughter who has with the family of F M Dunn Mrs Claude Hester is inSomerset with her mother Mrs Gooch who is ill The box supper at the Christian church Saturday evening was a decided success despite the short notice given and bad weather All the boxes were sold and the proceeds will at least go a little way toward making the much needed repairs on the interior of the building It is reported that the Q C willI cut out the tower here and retain but two menagent and night operator at the depot but the concensus of opinion is that the company will Bed the error of its way in a short while and rein state the towermen We suppose it is all due to the panic Eld J G Livingston of Crab Orch ard came Sunday to fill his regular appointment but owing to the inclement weather he did not hold services Rev Livingston has been most faithful in I his pastorate of the church hero and his congregation appreciates it and will make an effort to have him preach an other year Dr C M Thompson is in Cincinnati this week Master Russell Thompson is with his grandparents at Clarence Miss Effie Montgomery of Arabia was the guest of Miss Bertha Thompson Hendricks Hays of Danville was the guest of Miss Nora Singleton The lat ter is now visiting at Waynesburg F S Gooch of Waynesburg was with his daughter Mrs Claude Hester Edgar Rigney will go to Lexington soon to take an examination in telegra phy Mesdames Ann Blankensrilp and Tabitha Davidson visited at Waynes burg this week Sam Rigney wife and children of Somerset are guests of Robin Rigney and family Mrs Lillie Wall of Arabia was the guest of Mrs Major Smith Lou McIntosh of Mem phis arrived Sunday for a visit to his father and sister here Miss Mary Mc Kee willreturn to her school at Danville this week Bud Gooch wife ands n have returned from a visit to her sister Mrs McCarty at Stanford Mrs Colonel Gooch and baby are visiting in Somerset Clarence Dunn wife and baby are with his parents here Ros ecoo Gooch ofSomerset was here this week Smith Turpin our clever sta tion agent will go to Pulaski to workdays while Mr Dunaway of the B 0 will be our new agent J A En gleman will work nights at the depot IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Jako Meece a wellknown citizen of Somerset is dead Obediah Phelps is dead in the Bent section of Pulaski- G W Cain a prominent Somerset man is dead there Wm Gray an aged Negro was fa tally stabbed by his 14yearold son at Nevada Mercer county Mary Emma Hammonds Infant daughter of Dr L F Hammonds of Casey county is dead and the fond parents are almost prostrated Policeman K C Smith of Harrods burg who was shot in the face and breast by a Negro he was attempting to arrest is being treated at St Jos ephs Infirmary Louisville and his recovery is assured He will lose the sight of one eye The body of a wealthy Jew peddler was discovered in the woods near Ringo Pulaski county in a fearful state of decomposition He belonged to a band of peddlers who visited that communi ty regularly each year and claimed Cincinnati us his home Patrick Haggin aged 70 was found dead in a woodland near Sal visa Mer cer county He had been to Lawrence itrandfwandered into the woods and fell asleep from Two or three babytwhen he was found POLITICAL State Inspector Henry B limes whose resignation was requested by Gov Willson has declined to vacate and will hold on until his term expires- t which he claims is not until March 14 Gov Willson refused to extend exec utive clemency to B Fult French for the Cnmmonwealths part of the 5000 fine imposed upon him by a Clark coun ty jury for contempt of court in spirit leg away witnesses during the trial of the MarcumHargis damage suit in which he was a defendant Supporters of Hughes of Now York are preparing to make an active fight for him and will take his boom out of the inconspicuous class in which it has been A fight will be made for indorse ment by the Republican Committee of the State and if this is won it will mean that New York will send a delegation Instructe Hughes Bad Stomach Trouble Cured Having been sick for the past two years with a bad stomach trouble a friend gave mo a dose of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets They did me so much good that I bought a bottle of them and have used twelve bottles In all Today I am well of a bad stomach trouble Mrs John Lowe Cooper Maine These tablets are for sale by all drug gists The jury in the Caleb Powers case had made no report when wo went to press and the impression prevailed that it was hung Arguments were con cluded Wednesday afternoon but the jury did not begin the consideration of the case until yesterday morning Why Suffer from Rheumatism Do you know that rheumatic pains can be relieved If you doubt this just try one application of Chamber lains Pain Balm It will make rest land sleep possible and that certainly means a great deal to any one aflllct ed with rheumatism For sale by all druggists Foit SALESoveral cone pulleys small imposing stone lot of second handed type type cases stands and other printers supplies Write orphone this office withting camp lu Elmore county Idaho George McKenna was frozen to death CHURCH MATTERS As stated last issue Capt David H Goyen will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning Rev H D C Maclachlan pastor of the Christian church at Shelbyville has accepted thacall to the pastorate of the Seventh street Christian church at Richmond Va to succeed the Rev J J Haley who has resigned to go to CaliforniaJ of Cincinnati recently donated a lot in Burnside for a church building for the Holiness people It is stated that the young mans father the late C W Cole donated the sites for all the churches and school buildings in BurnsideSomerset Journal Rev W H Warren of the Christian church of Barbourville will leave Monday for a several years tour in for eign lands after the completion of two years pastorate His tour will take in Europe Asia Africa the far East the Philippines Australia and South Amer ica Rank Foolishness When attacked by a cough or a cold or when your throat Is sore It Is rank foolishness to taxoany other medicine than Dr Kings Now Discovery says C O Eldrldge of Empire Go I have used New Dlscovary seven years and I know it Is the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds croup and all throat and lung troubles My children are subject to croup but New Discovery quickly cure every attack Known the world over as the King of throat and lung remedies Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store tOa and dl Trial bottle free CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop StockholdersMeeting Ameetlugof tho it wit holders of the Na tional Hunk of Huitonvllle will be livid at their IxuiklnR house In Iluitonvlllo the sec oml Tuesday January luti between unnll IS H for the purpose of electing directors to eerie the ensuing yenr J1y11oeKkk Cesh- lerStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholder thilVopies Hank of Huitonvllle Ky will held nt their tanking house In Hustonrllle lie tween u mid U on the tint Saturday rtingdirectorJAV IIosKINHtaihler GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no one but come and tee All good Rt reduced trims 1nIRnIIadies Underwear RllO KUIl ni lie faclna tors nt axs air ones roralc cakes of Ixnox MnLinenWe I will be very grateful for your iia trolmne D JHMITIl McKINNEY MARBLE R GRANITE WORKS J facobs Harris Prors Deniers In nail manufacturers of Granite nnd Marble MonuiiiuniH Klr tCln i Work ut Iteasoimliro 1rlcof OBIce and WorkMuMnneyKy Hhop rlotetl on Saturday setentlaraliyscrlptlonglusiew ground to order set in style framv or skeleton mountings work nail material guaranteed chnrKes nicxlerute Permanently beltedIn Central Telephone UulldlnK union vllle Ky I t 1OWKLL- Orndnated Optometry PAINPath In the head rain nrwhere has lUoansa pmnuenothtntelseurcully prove It he hal created a little pink Ublit That tabletcalled Dr Eboopt Ilaidacbe Tablet coaxes blood pressure away from pain center Itl effect li charmlnr pleasinglydellgbtfuL Gently though safely it drew Ltlon preirureIfIf you are sleepless rcitleas rirrrtiis its blood congestion blood pressure That surely Is a Tablftlll1Itthe unnatural blood pressure BrulM your finger and doesnt it ret red and swell an pain you Of course It does Its con painLsleaWel at Vt cents sad choorfuliy red Dr SHoops HeadacheTablets Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court K F Bobbltt IlnlntlfT vs Jesse Oneot et nl Defendants Notice of Hale Pursuant to a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court tho undersigned Commis sioner will on- MONDAYJANiIAItY IS between I and t P t In front of the court house door In Htunford Ky soil at public outcry to the highest stud best bidder thu real ustitte hereinafter do crll ed for tiui imr o eor satisfying the following debt I10JH with Interest front Kept 81 iwu fluo nnd Interest f rom Fob i plus I lAi anti the costs of this nctlon Maid land Is In Lincoln County Ky two undone fourth miles Haunt of Crab Orchard on the Homurset road ndJolns the land or llobbltt on the lanai Uwsley on the Went Nol on on tin Mouth and on the North and II pounded as inllowar Icgin nlni ntn htiini niontloniu In the convey n net of J K Holdamnnd wife to Arm Nel pIntrlNmUInpoletl24 llnkn to the beginning containing about thirty wjudru poles The sale will lx made on a credit of six requiredtounproved security payable to the Cominls slonernnd bearing per cent Interest from the date of aalo until paid to lw further secured by R lion on till old OEO 1J SAUFLBV M C L C C fNSURANCElr FIre Lightning WindStorm Life and teoldent None but the 8THONGKHT and BEST Represented Lowest Pot tibia Ratei Guaranteed Lou Paying neo rd Unequalled Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence 1hone No 8 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Kentucky Get my Rates before Instlringothingbug firstclaw Companies Repre mutedCJesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Jllht National hank or Hlanlurd will tw told at their iNinkliiK house the second Tuesday In January lto for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing jviir Joni JMcltoiiKKTtsCnshlvr Stockholders Meeting A nuetlnit of the kfrUbnliltri of the ittcoli County National hank nt Hiutitord will Iwheld nl their banking house the second Tuesday In Ja unrylar for the puriioiv of elcvtiUK directors reared I THE MIDWINTER TERM Which li the rush term opens Jan SI Doyou want to tan working unit In the liven must nmbltloui enthusiastic nml professional body ol teachers ever Huttmrwl toKelhcrfor study In ffcintvru Kentucky li so see your Uuuiity Huporlnteiulent now about an appointment to fne tuition If you haw nut ulreatly done write to the lresldent of the K K H fUr n cntoloK lulling him what studies you de sire Addrtt It N UOAUK niBtunofUl Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Knnny HutchUon va- s Ilutb HutchUon et nl Defendant otlolllllPur uunt to a judgment of tbt Lincoln Circuit Court In the aliore styled action the undersigned l Comniliiloner will on MONDAYJAMAIIY 18WX between and p In front of this court Iubllcoutcryreal estate which In + for the purpo or ivlnvestlnBtlt itrueewln of the wile The rata land Is In Lincoln County Ky near the town of Crap Ire henl on the Lnnauter pike on which It trout udjolnliiK theCrah Orehanl Nprlnxi prop eraudls bouiidetlnifolluwi Utglnnlllg lit three white asks urowliiK from one root thence NTJS ri poiin to u slake corner to the Kveliv liutltutf at the iHouthedeortheLAncH t rturuilkiti nc along said pike N W W sa poles link to n hloekoak nud stake Gene S 1 W lades yi44 links ton stake lit the edge of wil l pike corner to lrs Knulwrthf H tiP W umiKlf to n stake turner a new pine H liras W iSi pole to n stoke In theold line tlicnc with mime N It K mhtolesto the UKlnnlUlf contallllnil el acres more or lees The win will Is niiule on u credit of six month and the purcha tr will tw required to give laud for the pun hase tirlre unproved eeiirltymynbi r to the Iommu loner and Iwurlnu Interent at tin rule of juIde1The and will hefurthersecuredis a llenwhlcb will le retalnnlon tilt mini told QEO B SAUFLEY Jl C1 C O Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court M V Hlgler IMnlntllT v OtUloliMt nl Ofendimti Notice of sale Piiniimut ton f the Lincoln circuit court the undersigned coiiiiiiiiilonur will on MONDAY JAStAUY Iwtween stud P In front ol tin courthouse door totanlurdKysoil nt public outcry to the highest mid last bidder the mid estate which U Lincoln county Ky about one and one hap miles sunlit rust Crab Orchard Ky containing about U land U known ai the John Pollard lund and wu Inhorltcd by Auno lover from her father Hunley Hln hands and U hounded on the West by the of K K Babbitt and I ritnplotnn on the South by the lands or J W Inert und on the Kant and Welt by the Inndi of IutiimnM helm The dnbtM to be natUMcd fruits the procetxU ofthliiulourvni follow To MV HUler WM and interest Iron JIaIlIIw plu SIa cosUndludRcd to her and the renlnlntlvrlf any will await tins future onion of the subs will be nmilvon a credit of six montlu and the turchaer will Iw Hundred to give hood for the lIurchlle IJrtce with till proved security payable to thu Coumd iloner and bearing nl the rate of s per annuls from date of sale until lienottitel- and bond wllllJO further secured by n sold OEO B SAUFLEY M C L C 0 Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court L OIoe IlalntllT vi Ham Ioeot at Do fcniianti Notice of Male Pursuant ton of the Lincoln Court In the above ityled action the undersigned plaster Comr of ald Court will on MONDAY JANUARY 13 1IH between and 2 Iln front of the courthouse door lu Htlallrorll AYjllell nt public outcry to the highest bidder the rent estate which U hereinafter duscrlbtnl Hnld real estate coniUtd of n house nnd lot In the city of HlnnfonlIIIJIoIIiICounIY Ky which u from tho centerIt the thenbranchvllle of the L H corner to J A Carpenter thenco N W lag feet to a stake In the side of nn ill ley thence with the extension of the line of the Houth side of mild alloyNTf K 157 feet to n stake corner of the urantor thence 8 K I3J laude ntnkit In the North sldo of the right of way of tho Knox brunch or thelk NII It UlUnewlIh- Inmo VU7toot tothuluglnningcou mining hull of one acre The ado wlllbo nmde on n credit of six mouths and the purchaser will btf required to give lionitfor the purchase price with un proved security payable to the Commis sioner lIuII bearing interest at the rate of six per cent iior nnntini from date ol ulu until paid Imvu the forco anti effect of n Judgment Jho object ofthlisnlo Is tho reinvestment ho proceeds thereof and no halllifehare npprovwl the reinvestment whichItseeds of thU In real estate In Is proposed ts reinvest same CEO Br gAUFLEY M C L C C THNKYOUI To those good nnd loyal fgul who halo stool by Inc tliMo ninny years of serried I desire to say I THANK YOU To those now coinurs into ollr inutst anti to tlioco now customers in t our huiiuess WE now JX GK ynTUDK because you Imvo vu mndc our business during 1907 the most profltulilo year of our lire AVo believe tills has been mutual fur we feel we Imvo given you licttcr ecrvico anti boner values Of that however you must judge Of ooureo everything has not boon just you wonted it nor as wo acpcctelitlbut wo have TIUK1 to hetFAIR PATIENT How well we hare iiicccnleil 011lmust say NOW FOIl 1008 we iisle your same good will your BIIIIO a confidence anti patience AVe ask you wo bog you iliould ftnytbiiig raiil or done or uuything purchased dUploaw you wont you Itt considerate ooougb of us to oomo nnd lot us know it nud not your neighbor They club not holj you in the matter We can Wo renew our promise to do our host lr youlthiiyenr Wo again oxprtwa o ir gmtitudc for tho 11ut We Thank You wedS sots H J caleROBERTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY NO BETTER COUGH REMEDY 5 is made than our Compound Syrup of White Pine and Tar- P 25c a Bottle tats PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGE When you think of ALDRIDGE think of Roofing The best ROOF PAINT furnished and put on S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from 1 Oft N L 4 STANFORD DRUG COi I jl I Half Price 30 Lmliea ConU Black and Colors All now goods bought this Cn- QU You can take your choice nt just half priceI One Third Off the price of any of our Ituincoat All new mill of best material Buy one of them nllthcycnrrouiul garments at a caving of ON1MIIIHD BTASFOHD KY JAS i1fl0N TRY somo of our Imported Pure Olive Oil SC and We a Drug Store S MRS J F COVER is with her daugh ter at Corbin Mn E C MOORE of Liberty visited 11 hit elders hero MRJOIIN II JACKSON spent several days nt London Mn JOSEPH COFFEY was at Mt Vernon Wednesday W W SAUNDERS spent several days 1with C M Rico at Springfield Miss MARIE MAIIONY visited tho Misses Collier at Crab Orchard Mn J II BOONE has moved his family to a farm near Maywood Mn FRANK LEE late of Eminence joined his wife hero Wednesday Mna J E LYNN hoe moved to tile 1Sma co sago on Danvillo avenue- J C ENOLEMAN of Paris spent several days with his parents hero MR HUNTER HOUSE has moved tolls recently purchased farm in Garrard e t CAIT It R GENTRY of Frankfort Mspent several days with his family here Miss SARA UAUOIIMAN attended tho HarkinsBakur nuptials at Mt Vernon MR T J DURHAM of Campbells villc was a caller nt this office Wednes day a MR ANII loins W E AMON of Gar rard were here with oldf rlcndi yester day MR AND Mns JAM 8 RAINS of Leb anpn were guests of Mrs Anna Rus sell JOHN Sinou of Lexington spent days with Mr W T Smith nnd wife HARRY EICHBNIIBROBR will leave Monday for Ada 0 to study piano tuningD SrooNAMORB of Chattanooga spent Xmas with the homafolki in this MARY OXVBNI of Somerset was the guest of her brother Mr John W RoutMR G ScilAUXinBROBR of Galla tin Tenn was the guest of lion liar vey Helm tMI88s MARY AND LILUB HunnAiin were guests of Miss Ma- lle Melee Miss ZERMA JONES or Mt Vernon t was tho guest of Misses Kittle nnd Maggie Jones MR J IL OTTER and family have t moved from Doyle to Mr F Reids splendid farm Mn JOHN B NEVIUS and brldo of Lebanon Junction was the guest of his mother and sister hero Mns JKSSBTnAYLOR of East Bern Btadt was tho guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W P White MR W K WARNER has moved his family to the Nevius residence on Lan caster street from the Coffey House Miss CLAUDIA EATON who spent Xmas here returned to Campbell Ha Herman College Lexington Wednes dayMiss FRANCES BECKETT and Nan netto Simpson who have been with Mrs C E Tate returned to Lexington Tuesday MR AND Mns W 0 SIEED moved to their farm near Hustonville Wcdnes day greatly to the regret of their many friends here MR AND MRS J P THOMPSON and J W Stephenson have returned to Lebanon Junction after a visit to Mr and Mrs Milton Warren MR W F SHERIDAN who is now of Transportation for all that of the L N North of Nash- Ville spent several days with his old friend Mr J S Rice Bill II as his legion of friends call him is a welcome ivlsltor to Stanford at any and all times MRS AND MRs FRANK LEE of Emi nence and Welch Rochester of this place will leave next week for Califor niato reside Mr Leo will likely engago In the drug business While Mrs Leo and Mr Rochester are in reasonably good health they have been advised by their physicians to locate in a region where there aro no such sudden weather changes as we have hero DR GUSSIE M PHILLIPS who has for tho past seven years been a most suc cessful Osteopathic physician in this city will leave on Tuesday for Atlanta Ga where she has accepted the posi tion as Assistant Osteopathic Physician in the Robipson Sanitarium Advocate Dr Phillips is a sister of Mrs J S Owsloy of this place and her many friends hero will give her up with much regret J W ACEY is in Lexington MRS J S OWSLEY was In Danville yesterday MR W 0 WALKER severely cut one of JlIs hands in a cutting box MRS W N CRAIG and children re turned MIddlcsboro yesterday J J MYERS has rented a farm near Marcellus Garrard county and moved to itMiss ANNIE Dun of tho Sonth End has entered the Stanford Graded School MR J A WALDEN of the McKinney section has moved into Mr J H Baughmans property on West Main StreetMiss JEHSIE LEE PHILLIPS who has typhoid fever Is sick Miss Lot tie Canon and brother William nnd Arnold utters from that disease arcdoing nicely LOCALS SEE the Juction fence at Singletons STOCK and Poultry food at Single tons Roosts for rent over W II Higgins store LOST between Crab Orchard and Stanford a walking cane Dr A S Price ROOMS on second Door for rent suit able for light housekeeping Mrs Bet tie Barnett Stanford SILVRRLACE Wyandotte Roosters of pure strain for sale Mrs A J Rico R F D Moreland Ky Tim Lincoln County National lank Is presenting its customers with a very handy noto book and diary TilE boys will learn a lesson at tho leap year rink tonight They will be shown how tho young ladios like to be treated when they go out with them I HAVE again opened my cleaning and pressing department and all work thankfully received and will bo given the boot of attention Ed Wilkinson THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices PARTIES wishing to buy the suplus skimmed and buttermilk to July 11903 will send in scaled proposals before Jan 8 to H J McRoberts Stanford Creamery Co Tim hen walk is said to be the latest New York dictation as to the stride of woman Stanford women havnt caught on to it yeti but they will all the same MR DEWITT MILLER that popular and famous lecturer will give one of his most pleasing numbers The Rev eries of a Bachelor II at Waltons Opera louse next Thursday night Jan 9th at r Be sure to hear him MR R M NEWLAND special agent of tho Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co tells us that he delivered to Mrs John G Lynn this week a chuck for 5000 the amount of insurance carried by her husband who died some five weeks ago WE error wo said in our last issue that the new city council would meet last night and elect a chief of police According to tho charter wo find that the council must bo sworn in the first Monday in January which is next Monday A VERY small crowd witnessed the presentation of Chick IIa Western drama at Waltons Opera House tho other evening It is hard for profes sionals to play to empty chairs and it should not havo been expected that amateurs would do better r WE wish to sell privately our stock of goods at Turneraville or will sell the goods store and 81 acres of land If pur chaser prefers Tho location is tho best in tho county being in a good section and at tho forks of the McKinney and Hustonvlllo pikes For further information see J F Cash Stanford or J It Harris at Turneraville r J N Saunders S W J W Ireland J W T W Pcnnington secretary Sam Robinson treasurer W II Mueller S D J N Menefee Jr J D Cicero Reynolds steward and tyler Tho meeting nights of this order are the first and third Mondays of each month An Is ours to not carry any goods over but we arc going to tide it this time even if it does cost us something So here goes nay Cloak or Fur in the house fur HALF With three months of weather before us requiring the use of heavy wraps this looks like n splendid oiler Come in anti look nt these extra special values I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD fPSR 1portion Mjelected Expensive Hobby PIUOEI LOST between Walter Warrens res Idenco and Mrs Jones restaurant an emerald ring set with six pearls Liberal reward Miss Katherine Warren A term ofcircuitcourt for thn trial of civil cases will begin Mon day with Judge N W Utlcy of Ed dyville judge LOST n ladys largo leather pocket book containing small amount of mon ey and a ticket to Dowling Green Keep the money and return the book and ticket to Ed Ballard OUR Entertainm Committee lost heavily on the last number of the course but hope by the popularity and true merit of the next number peWitt Miller to regain some of the lost coin WELL wager that the young ladies will prove themselves more gallant at the leap year rink tonight than the boys have been They will teach them a lesson that will be of value to them in tho future TnE Richmond Register has raised tho price of its subscription from to for a willistiliprice of but cash must accompany the order TilE statements of the Lincoln County National Bank Tho First National Bank Crab Orchard Banking Co National Bank of Hustonville and Wayncsburg Banking Co appear else where in this paper Read them and see what solid banking institutions Lincoln county has Tim ODD FELLOWS at their nccting Tuesday night elected the following officers N G J W Ireland V G Frank P Bobbitt Secretary J C Mc Clary Treasurer H J McRoberts trus tees Widows and Orphans Fund J A Allen W L McCarty and J L Beaz ley For the first time in 25 years Mr A C Sino ii not an officer in tho lodge here A MAN should not marry until he can provide a a home and a woman should not marry until she is able to take care of a home IIGo to hear DeWitt Miller next Thursday night Jan 9th and let him tell you more about The Reveries of a Bachelor and give you other sound philosophy mixed with fresh and spontaneous hUt mor and full of most refined wit HONOR ROLL tourmonth Stan ford Graded School Grade Hester Belle Anderson El oise Bcazlcy Mary tBrackctt Clara Cash Tilden Cooper Bailey Dawes Rachel Hill Louise Lynn Daisy Luns ford Ralph Meadows Virgil Moore John Reid McKinney Wm Reinhart Nannio Singleton Annete Wewrcn Sa die Wearen Grade 2 Clarence Singleton Clai borno Walton Annie R Powell Minnie Hartlin Florence Dawes Catherine Harris Carrie Anderson Resale Miller Grade 3 Mntsy Grimes Martha Ra ney Lottie W McKinney Nellie W Hill Jean Paxton Myrtle Turner Ade tin Russell Hartwcll Shanks Joe T Embry Huston Gentry Henry Cash Jesse Hockcr Grade 4 Mary Anderson Prescott Brown Bessio Brackett Ella Lichen berger Harry Farmer Tillie Goldstein Ruth Hardin Alva Holtzclaw Bessie Moore Isabol Reynolds James Tribble WillioC White Grade 5 Ethel Brackett Josephine Carpenter Mary S Cook Annie Gray Mary Greer Anna D McRoberts Ma ry bL Raney Verner Rout Mamie Sin gleton Willie Wilkinson Fred Brack ctt Ewalt Givens Boyco Nunn Wil liam Mobley John T McAlister James Owsley Lindsay Rankin Hobart White Grade C La Verne Brady Catherine Gentry Mary Gray Marion Grimes William Grimes Ruby Jones Charlie Murphy Arthur Turner Grace Young Grade 7 Katie Cass Kittle Jones Kato Kennedy Mary E McKinney Lil lian Mueller Lucy Leo Walton James Cooper Arnold Foreman Harris lIar dinGrade 8 Morrison Bright LorraIn Campbell Harris Coleman Elizabeth Estes Annie L Gentry Will McCarty Willie Moore Maud Stone Anna Va ren John M H Waters Maranda WhiteFreshman Sallie Burdette Annie Floyd Elizabeth Higgins Joseph Hop per Wallace Singleton Sophomore Thomas Bright Grady TuckerSenior John Downer r I AM agent for a city florist and can supply the public with cut flowers for weddings funerals etc J CMcClary THE Waynesbnrg Deposit Bank is sending to its patrons beautiful calen dars Our thanks are due Cashier Stanley McIntosh for a very pretty one JOHN BAUCH who was hurt while working with some horses In a car at McKinney has received 3000 from the Q C on a compromise Tho cars bumped together and Mr Baugh was mashed WE failed last issue to mention the Xmas tree given by the Sunday school of Omer Chapel at Rowland during the holidays It was a most enjoyable oc casion and all of the scholars as well as many others were remembered Rev J L Yandle of the Presbyterian church was present and spoke a few words of encouragement MATRIMONIAL Hayden Nailor and Miss Sallie Shaw ShawsIW R Falconberry and Miss Malinda Ellen Gaston were mado one at James Gastons yesterday- At the St Asaph Hotel Wednesday afternoon Mr Alvin Adams and Miss Avarilla Livingston were joined in wed locks holy bond Eld J G Livings ton father of the bride performed the ceremony The groom Is a prosperous young farmer of the East End and his bride is both pretty and popular She will make a helpmeet fond and true and we congratulate Mr Adams on winning herMrs L R Hughes and Miss Sara Baughman who attended the Hark ins Baker marriage at Mt Vernon Wed nesday tell us that it was a quiet but most elegant affair Eld B C linger man under whom the bride graduated said a beautiful and a de lightful breakfast followed The bride an exceedingly attractive young wo man never looked prettier than when taking the marriage vow Mr Harkins and wife passed through on the 218I trnin Abound for tilt Ea- stStockholders Meeting- A sang of the stockholders of theOrnb Orchard Banking Co will Iw held nt their ImnkliiK huge In Iruli drrlmnl the Ilrtt Monday In January Iwtwren v nnd lx forthJ C UAIIKY Cashier LEAP YEAR gKATR1K Friny Night e Stanford Rink Club National Bank of HustonvillcKy- at the close of business Dec 31 1907 RESOURCES Loans and Discount 152280 32 Overdraft 974 58 US Bonds i 12500 Banking HouKFumiluie Fixture 2900 Due rom Bank 4530342 Due horn U S TWr and Cash 21441 83 235400 15 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 Surplus and Profit 17256 Circulation 12500 00 Deposit 155643 96 235400 15 Cross earnings dm 6 months 4510 95 Led over last 6 months 2206 38 671733 Disposedof Follows Current expenses luea 1961 14 00rto Leave Undivided Profit 256 19 c 6717 33 Since organization this Bank hat itt holden in Dividend 106500 00 Surplus and Profits 17256 19 Total Earnings 123756 19 Half Pri ce Any childs Cloak in the house These are nil excellent values and this isi an opportunity seldom offeredHalf Price A for any Fur in the house About twentyfive pieces left rindjyou certainly should own one at so small a cost TEN LADIES SUITS all black good staple styles nV750former price 81350 to 820 South IDepot STYLE 059 Made by Kalamazoo Corset Co Alto Sole Makers tl nrrlcaf Beauty and F C Corsets AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS are the BEST for Style Durability and Comfort of any made Try one of our Girdles medium length or extra length nt 61 SlfiO and 82 and be convincer After one trial we feel sure you will want no other Sizes to lit any one f TRIBBLE HUGHESD- ry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseISTANFORD KENTUCKY The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is off on prices at the Emporium at Huston r ville We are price fighters Your Lid = Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Wo have selected the cream of the market for you Come and be convinced in this line Wo undor ell everybody CLOAKSLuUe Misses and Chiltirens Vo can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lut to select from Prices to suit all We curryn general line Clothing Boots and Shoes j Dry Goods in endless variety UmlerweaV for Everybody If you have never worn n pair of Shoes 1 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 cau do you god Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter The Norleig Diamond Rotary Washer Is a Washer which pleases everyoie Come in and let us show it rl to you Geo D Hoppers Stanford KyI Great Reduction I In order to make room for my Spring stock of Buggies I will for the next 30 days sell what I have 1now on hand at a great reduction in price Call and see IE T PENCE STANFORD KY THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY Tfi TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED The Interior Journal Entered nlhe PotlOffice al Stanford Ifomdcl malUrIi PCBUBHBD TCEBDATS AND 1JRIDV- XJ II A T 100 PER YEAR CAS tWWhen not paid 1200 will be charged rLli N TIME TKBLENo- 21Houthll lPM No Houth 130 r x No r4 North 431 A NoI North 217 P f JOS Se RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney r paOPaIETORI Stablerr Lancaster Ky B D CARTER New Liver Depot StreetPhone 96 t STANFORD KENTUCKY Joseph 3244 Vol I regI li pure bred and hRs been accepted for lrln the tlrst volume of The Tamworth Hwlno Reconl Association Book under the rules of the nssoclntlon and will be Xoimin above Hire Kdwnnl No 2 k e HireOnnadeaFn of dam Golden Dn s No It Is well known tint the Tnmwortu Hwlne Is the highest prlceawlne on the market Ills sire EIward weight nt 4 old sold for- t101 his dRill Alexandra weIght sold for llOZo ltlweight 8SSat It months lIe crosses well with every breed I will stand ttlm ot ll cash JOHN COOK Stanford 3 Fruit and Ornamental e Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Cat alogue on application H F HIUENMEYEU SONS rt Lexington Ky f i JLBeazleyCo 1 d UndertaKers and Embalm erstAlso 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 Once Phone tome Phone 35 POSTED dWewhose mimes appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or liny kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent ofJhe law Jellle1I1raolllire TliuleyHpoonnmore- P w Carter Hen P Martin M K Lawrence Heuljen Curtis J Hockur J M Pottus T A lllce s Morgan Cbappell- Ainnmlt Hchacffer Oreon Kerrlll JI iioltzolnw li W hasty Mrs Jl Pullloin U L Pulllnm Feter IJiilinor Mrs Katherine Ador Messer i Paxton Uliunnon James N Cash JNevln Carter C M Hack Joseph Rallou U Lytle Mrs Jug Iliilnen J B Oainenlsch Dr JTO Carpenter vita Rebecca Carpenter W P Martin ThompsonThotuliavld Burton J Runcu MC Richardson JoseahErntst iMUt Mnttla Ilewei liros Fred VonUruenitan IL KOnlnts Albert VonQruvngun A T Trulor Jlllmrn Ooocli N H IMununer Fred Ituuinnnn Richard Hosier Owslvy Dunn Will Hester It O Kumielley AVO Floyd JW 1eok 11 Jarvis J V ItauRliinnn HprattVACin UnderwooUASon lIra MnryUllholll Ooftn MOftrter Martin Alcorn fohn WitCordier lan Traylur M V Klinorw JlrsN IlQoodQ OK Tate iStaelA Stevens John Jufer U U Durham W l OotllliOHck Fred Hondoit- dellnel1nalg IKIDDLEBURG two hors able Sunday Bro Owens is one of the best of preachers and never fails to interest bls hearers Dr C B Creech of Munfordsville hisIito be the best of people They have SwopesI Mon had fallen and was seriously hurt at his home near Kingsville She dismissed her school and left immediately to see him James Snow and Miss Mase Terry were married on Dec 26th Mr Snow is a clever and iridustrioua young man and much liked by everybody while his bride is pretty and is said to be a splca did young lady A H Royalty of YosemIte has re signed as weather prophet of that town and Hart Coffey has been appointed in his stead Mr Coffey has a worldwide reputation as a prognosticator and will doubtless give satisfaction weather or noweatherMrs Jones the aged mother of C C and Q R this coun ty and Judge W W Jones of Colum bias died at her home on the Liberty pike at an early hour Dec 26th Her death though quite sudden was not un expected She was very old and had been a sufferer from heart disease for several months and her condition was such that her death was no surprise to the family Mrs Jones had been a member of the Baptist church for near ly 40 years and though she had not been able to attend services regularly for some time she was always prompt in the payment of dues for the support of her church She was a kind neigh borly woman and much liked by all who knew her Judge W W Jones arrived on the evening of her death and attend ed the burial at the cemetery here Fri day afternoon Chamberlains Cough Remedy a Safe Medicine for ChildrenI Jn buying a cough medicine for children never be afraid to buy Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no danger from it and relief is always sure to follow It Is intend ed especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and there is no better medicine in the world for these diseases It is not only a certain cure for croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will pre vent the attack Whooping cough is not dangerous when this remedy is given as directed It contains ho opium or other harmful drugs and maybe given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by all druggists FARMERS DEPARTMENT LOST five sheep Reward T A Rice Stanford W H Shanks bought of J H Baugh man 80 925pound cattle at 4c Robert Rankin shipped a carload of mules to Hogansville Ga this week FOR SALEIO thoroughbred Duroc Jersey gilts 4i to 6 months old extra fine and subject to register R H Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky Burley tobacco growers are jubilant over the announcement that practically all of the buyers of the American bacco Company with the exception of those buying at warehouses have been withdrawn from the field A Cure for Misery I have found a cure for tho misery malaria poison produces says RM Tames of Louellen S Clilts called Electric Bitters and comes In 50 cent bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time nnd It puts yellow jaundice clean out of commission This grout tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief In all stomach liver anij kidney complaints and the misery of lame back Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store Secretary Cortelyou is reported as having sal9I have had a rough deal from House But what of that 1 The President does not guarantee smooth deals He specifies only square ones Minneapolis Journal Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wls These tests are proving to tho people without a pen nys cost the great value of this scientific prescription known to drug glsU everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by G L Pen ny IAt Atlanta Federal Judge Newman to grant the prayer for an in junction which would prevent the put ting into effect of the Georgia prohibi tion law The application was made by brewerieLlocatedSnsother States younjtIHopkinsville on the mornipg of Decem ber 7 Eighteen out of Hopkinsvillea 20 saloonkeepers took out licenses under the new 1000 license law t A Higher Health Level- I have reached a higher health level since I began using Dr Kings Now Life P1Ils1I writes Jacob Spring er of West Franklin MaineIIThey keepmy stomach liver Mid bowels working just right If these pills disappoint you on trial money will be refunded at Pennys Drug Store 25c r rIn spite of tho recent financial flurry Colorado Springs has within tho last 20 days raised a total of 137081 to complete a 500000 endowment fund for Colorado College Colorado Springs The Price of Peace Tho terrible itching and smarting incident to certain skin diseases is almost Instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Salve Price 25o For sale by all druggists City Marshals Salt For Taxis On BATtIUUY FKIJ lice between tho hours of oclock AM and oVIock r x In front of tho court house door In Htun fordKysellat pUblic outcry to the high est nnd host bidder for cash In hand tho following lists or much as wlllpnytnxvi pennltyThe opposite pnch name In cludes thIng HtiJoXKHlltyiliirbal KTANKofctt WIIITK Craig Dr W N town lot PKeniel Mrs Uliodik town lot 7 IIj HulTiimu Mrs Daisy town tot UIl1I STAN to110 LlIIi EnIIxignn Henry town lot 0 Hliikely JJoltle town lot 3 sj- U O JONEI4 City Miirslml Condition of the Crab Orchard Banking CoIDecember 31 1907 Assets Loans and discount 50866 74 Overdraft 2215 56 Banking house and lot 1500 00 Furniture and Futures 1500 00 Due from banks 2790 68 Cash 4005 09 62878 07 Liabilities Capital Slock 15000 00 1400 00 Undivided Profits 222 27 Bills Reducounled 4000 00 Reserved for Taxes 200 00 Deposits 42055 80 62878 07 Undivided Profits and Gross Earning 3522 90 Distributed as Follows = Expense for year 1900 63 Carried to Surplus 200 00- Dividend No6 6 per et 900 000 Reduced banking house and lot 100 00 Reserved for Taxes 200 00 Carried Undivided Profits 222 27 3522 90 3522 90 J C BAILEY Cashier yUAKTEULY KElOBT Of THE Watne5biir4 Deposit Bank at the close of business Dec 311907 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 11119975- Overdraftssecured 91 Overdrafts unsecured Due from National tnkstS 931151- Due from State Banks Bankers S Due from Trust Companies t LoJJwOther loco a oa Mottjtice U ZSIO W S bonds sew rrr oooo 00 Other Stocks and UOnJst o ooo oo Specie Currency aOjG 9 jtiExchange tor Clearings Other Items carried as Gash Furniture and Futures 1197 80 Kunil to sTases Current Expenses to dat ill rravlous quarter JWTWfiO Give description location value and how hoar owned all real estate nxcrpt banking house and lot If any owned long er than rite years LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid ln111 cash KOSO 00 Surplus Fund z Undivided Profits IIfj M Due Depositors as fgllowsvlr Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid 2 199 Deposits subject to check nIwhich Interest Is paid Demand certificates of deposits on which Interest Is oooooco Time certificates of deposits on which Interest Is Ud ooooo eo Savings deposits on which terest is pat 0000 rtllieChecks Due National Hanks Due State Banks and Bankers Due Trust Companies Cashiers Checks outstanding Bills re I8CouRleJJMUnpaid dlvldnds oo ooo Tazes due and unpaid W Capital stick not p JMMSUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm cluding In the lI1tllllrot the coopany or firm the Individual mem hers thereof directly or Indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds 0 per cent of cap Hal stock actually pall In and actual amount of surplus of the bankIMow slndebtedness stated In above Item i secured See Sec j Ky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer amount of such In debtedness exceeds per cent of paIJ up capital stock of bank Sec Kentucky Statutes How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person compsny or firm Including In the liability the liabil of the tndivldualmembers thereof ex celd to per rent of paidup caplUI and surplusIf amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before deg claring dividend and was not less than per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was decLtre1See Sec Kentucky Statutes 53176365 STATE OF KENTUCVl ss County of 8lmulyMcIntft hCahl r W yne turj Deposit Hank a bank located and doing business In the town of WnynetlUK In said county being duly sworn uys the foregoing report Is In all a true state ment of the ol said Bank at the close o business on the Bat day of Dec moT to the be of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of salt Bank has been transacted at the reIrelveJlist J1y oMirf spoi as the on which such report shall be Suliicrlbfd lI1eIMcIntosh the M U Mfiirnv N P Klngsvllle Ky My Commission expires at end of next senlon of Senate STANLEY MCINTOJU cubif C C ioocb A K Caldwell and IL Curtis DI lectors l c c Good Business for Sale My property and general stock of Inst Ohftl Ise cost tell at onto and give furtherlutormntlouN HHOdtK Mnrkslmry ky A S PRICEI Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owsley Building GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why rcnilyiimite clothing when there 10 little difference In the prlcu of ready made suits and n suit inndo to your niertsurw taken by an tlxptlrlenlttt tailor I have n linnilsoim line of Fail nml Winter good I ago wake from n low business milt to the flnestdrvss lult AlioOvurconts Trous ers and Fancy Volta The company I represent It second to none HC itUiLEYThoTailogStanford Condition ol the FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Stanford Ky Dec 31 1907 RESOURCES Lon stocks and bonds 194022 96 Overdrafts 7960 49 United Slattt bonds and premium 51500 00 Banking House and other Real Estate 9194 51 Due Iron bank 23147 88 Due from U S Treasurer 2500 00- Cash 26854 02 S 315199 86 LIABILITIES Capital stock 50000 00 17000 00 Undivided profits 1120 68 18120 68 Fund to pay tales 123 91 Orcutition 50000 00 Individual deposits 177340 96 Bank deposit 7715 21 185056 17 Notes Irdcounted 11899 10 315199 86 Crou Earnings thit Six Months 5747 94 Left over La t Six Months 1878 40 7626 34 Disposedof ai Follows Dmdead 3 cent 1500 00 Carried to Surplus Fund 4 per cent 2000 00 Expenses and Taxes 3005 66 Leave Profits 1120 68 7626 34 JOHN J McROBERTS CaihJer Condition of the Lincoln County National Bank Stanford Kentucky At the Close of Business Dec 31 1907 RESOURCES Bilks 262527 81 Overdrafts 8516 40 US Bond 50000 00 Banking House Furniture Fixtures 3300 00 Due from Bank 32879 35 Due iron U S Treat and Ch 31757 66 64637 01 388981 22 LIABILITIESCapital 50000 00 Surplus 30000 00 Fund to Pay Tax 666 52 Circulation 5000000 Individual Deposits 239524 97 Bank Deposits 3789 73 243314 70 Rediscount 15000 00 388981 22 Discount Interest and Exchange 9278 19 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS Paid Current Expense 3237 55 Paid Dividend No 193 Per Cent 1500 00 Paid to Fund to Pay Tax 540 64 Paid to Surplus Fund 4000 00 9278 19 W M BRIGHT Cashier J w How to Cure Constipation Few people altogether escape a disor der of the bowels You may catch cold overeat overdrink too not exercise enough or do a hundred and one other things that result in constipa tion or costiveness When comes it is well to know what to do for it In the opinion of thousands there is no better cure for constipation than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin anyone can obtain cents or at a drug store We all have constipation occa sionally and the sensible thing to do to have a bottle of this remedy theretiringhouse You take It at night on for example and when you wake up In the morning at your usual hour It produces Its result Your stomach instantly becomes lighter your head clearer your eyes brighter you feel active and spry once again your appetlto has returned nod you are ready to work with enthu alarm and vigor All this may not have taken more than a dose or two at a cost not to exceed two or three cents Can you afford to feel bad when you can feel good for so littler Dr Wilson thrown of Metropolis bas no hesitancy In saying that Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Is the greatest of all laxatives ha frankly admits to his patients that If they used it when tho stomach liver or bowels got out of order they would have less need of him It Is without doubt the best cure for occasional or chronic constipation dyspepsia biliousness Jaundice sour stomach lazy liver flitulenoy diarrhea and similar digestive Ills In old orpurfNtivowo thane suitsersagot5tgoatU but surely pleasant to the taste does sot gripe and cures orsjl FREE TEST IwellIns cm hivei tree sample bottle sent to their home by arresting the company This offer Is to prove that the remedy do al claim and Is only open to those have never taken Send for you have any Gentlestycutunteed permanent home cure THE PUBUO VERDICT Unlive So Good and Sure as OR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product bell purity guarantee No 17 Washington D 0t PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Oaldwell Blda Montloello III t Claims and Collections We have special facilities for looking up Claims of all kinds Titles Estates Heirs Notes and Accounts Promptly Collected Real estate and other property sold ands ex changed If you have any property for sale or exchange write to us We are the oldest and most extensive advertisers of any real estate agency in the State References Any Bank in Somerset Address Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky TO HOUSEKEEPERS The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED t Celebrated Lamp Oil FIRE PROOF Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is suIperior in every respect to the SoCall ed Fancy Oils for which you pay more money Try it and be convinced For sale by all uptodate dealers Buy Your Groceries and Hardware fromG- EORGE H FARRIS First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford tn 1883 then rsorganlied as the National Dank of Stanford la 1653 and again reorganised as the First National flask of Stanford In 1883 haYing had practically an uninterrupted existence for U years It la better supplied now with facilities for transact lap blla SI promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer poratlons Solicited Officers J nOQKKK Piest BT HARRIS V Pres J J McHOllEHTS Ohr W n WKAUENAsstOnri Directors Y Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J8 Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney U D Elmore Stanford n naughman Stanford T P Dill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble 111 Ilaughman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 B Tate Stanfordt the Lincoln bounty national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JW ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORS IJ B StanfordJohncr Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Travlor Oil prr Creek R L Hubble Lancaster Wt1i y H Cummins PreacliersviUej L Gs Kye