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HI t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 7 1908 NO 88 Notes on a Trip to Frankfort Delayed Letter My first trip to Frankfort tho capi tal and I thought 1 would write a towlines for tho benefit of thoso who were not there and have never been there On Tuesday Dec 9th In company with I J L Anderson JL Kennedy W C Cummins and George Condor I boarded t tho train at Crab Orchard and arrived at tho capital city at CCO r M and found it decorated from center td cir cumference Wo went to tho Capital Hotel and there wo found tho merriest crowd I ever saw They were there t from all over tho State to see the new governor inaugurated Everybody was happy and good feeling existed all I round There was no political feeling us for as I could see After supper our 1crowd took In the town I lot George take tho lead With his dudciih dress and quick and clastic step he look ed every Inch a city man and J L Kennedy with his over ready wlt kept us In a good humor and bighearted Will Cummins ever ready to do his I part and lend a helping hand and J L Anderson with his commanding appear ance saying thou shalt lead us so far and na further I felt quite safe from snipehunters Well the next morning we went to ace the new capitol which wereIrom every aide and will say it is a building that every Kentuckian should see It is a thing of beauty ahd a joy to be hold It is a credit to any State in tho union We went buck to the old capl tol and viewed the spot where Gov Goebel fell from a shot fired by an as sassin eight years ago Well at 9 o y clock tho town was full of people With two good bands of music and the sol dier boys and Lexington cadets in full Itdrl4s marching and keeping perfect 4 time it recalled to my mind scenes in the GOs At 11 ao the outgoing gov ernor and the incoming ono marched arm In arm through the crowd with broad smiles amid all the shouts and hurrahs from tho throng and it made our heart throb with patriotism to be permitted to livo in a country like this Gov Beckham appeared on tho stand to bid the people goodbye as governor of Kentucky and thank them for their loyalty to him and to bid the new gov ernor Godspeed with that grace and dignity that becomes a statesman sub mitting to tho majority Then A E Wtllson and wife appeared on tho stand The newly elected governor took the oath of office and after a short but very appropriate talk It was all over The people commenced to disperse to quiet themselves down for four more years My crowd took the train for Georgetown to hear some of tho Caleb Powers trial We went at once to the courthouse and found it packed with people Judge Morris tho trial judge is about 70 years old but well prctervcd 1 In body and mind Ho Is tho very pic turn of intelligence I sat thoro and listened to his rulings and I must say I never heard fairer firmer nor more impartial rulings in my life Ho Is a judge in every sense of the word They had Youtscy on tho stand and kept him thero nearly all tho time I was in the city Well I must come to a close for fear I weary the readers of the I J I will ring olT B T LUNSFOKD When the Stomach Heart or Kid goy nerves got weak then these organs always tail Dont drug tho Stomach nor stimulate tho Heart or KIdnoys That Is simply a makoshlfL Get a proscription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Snoops Restora the The Ujistoratlvo Is prepared ox pressly for those weak inside nerves Strengthen theso nerves build thorn 4 up with Dr Snoops Uostoratlvo tablets or liquid anil seo how quick y Help Will como Free sample tost sontTDn request by Dr Shoop Racine WIs Your health Is surely worth this simple test tcnnys Drug Store- The Host Now Freddie what part of the turkey will you have 7 I Freddie Ill take a wing the neck some whitu meat off the breast a drum stick the gizzard and some studio Ma oldro not to ask fora second helpin Simple Remedy for La grippe La grippe coughs are dangerous as thoy frequently develop into pneu monia Foloys Honey and Tar not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens tho lungs so that no serious results need bo feared The genuine Foloys Honey and Tar con talus no harmful drugs and Is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes GL Penny Americans spent 11000000 less for precious stones and pearls during 1007 than they did during 1906 according to tho figures given out by the collector of customs In 1906 the importations amounted to J357348 q The First National Hank of Kansas City was dynamited but the motive for the dastardly lacking 4 MATRIMONIAL The marriage of Miss Evelyn Hargis daughter of Judge James Hargis to Dr W P Hogg was celebrated In JacksonAs are 80000 more women than men in Massachusetts leap year cant do them much good unless they leap out of the Stato The Countess of Yarmouth who was Alice Thaw of Pittaburg and a sister of Harry Thaw has appealed to a lint ish divorce court for an annulment her marriage to the Earl of Yarmouth- It has just leaked out that one of the pastors hero tied tho knot in n secret wedding in Stanford on Thanksgiving Tho groom is a Buckeye State resident and his bride has recently cast her lot among Lincoln county people Guess who they are A marriage license was issued to a young applicant this week who had walked to tho clty20 miles Im polled by Dan Cupids darts for the precious document He Immediately started on his return to meet at tho niter that night his fair partner for Hfos journeySomerset Journal On Wednesday Jan Alvin Adams and Miss Avarilla Livingston a popu lar young couple of tho East End drove to Stanford and were quietly united In tho holy bonds of wedlock in tno parlors of the St Asaph Hotel The bride and groom were accompanied by Leslie Anderson and Miss Ethel Hollas and Pottus Ib yes and Miss Wngio E Hol las who with a few other close friends were the only ones to witness the marriage The marriage ceremony was performed at 130 r M by Elder J G Livingston father of the bride Tho wedding is a happy culmination of a lengthy courtship that know nothing of lovers quarrels After receiving hear congratulations from all present Mr and Mrs Adams drove to tho home of somo relatives where they are spending a few days They will go to housekeeping soon and the best wishes of the entire community go with them Tho bride is the handsome and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs J G Livingston and is very attractive She is popular in church circles and a devoted worker for the Pine Grove Sunday school Mr Adams is to be congratu lated on winning the heart and hand of such n charming young woman and ono who will make an earnest helpmeet for life Tho groom is an excellent young man of 20 years and is esteemed by all who know him Industrious energetic and upright he possesses only those traits of character which belong to a noble young man The writer can voice tho sentiment of a host of friends In wishing Mr and Mrs Adams a long happy and prosperous married life May their joys be multiplied and their sore rows lessened may their future path of life bo bright and inspiring may it be strewn with flowers and not with thorns with pleasures and not with sorrows may nothing mar their happiness or obscure their enjoyment as they travel along the journey of life may their hopes and aspirations ever be as bright as they there on their wedding day L A Special Announcement Regard Ing the National Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce that Foloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles Is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no o latQs or other harmful drugs anti we recom mend It as a safe remedy for children anil a hilts 01 Penny At a conference between Gov Wil son R K Smith and II A Walker representing the American Tobacco Company held in tho Governors office Mr Smith agreed to arrange a meet ing between the Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Society and President James B Duke of the American Tobacco Company State Senator J W Newman has prepared a reso lution which will be Introduced on the first day of the coming session of the General Assembly for the appointment of a committee of seven members to Investigate the tobacco conditions thoroughly and report the causes for the recent disorders It DoosTh Business Mr E1 Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of Dupklens Arnica Salvo It does tho business I have used it for piles and it cured them Used It for chapped hands and it cured them Applied it to an old sore and it healed it without leaving a scar behind 2 o at Pennys Drug Store Beginning yesterday the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia will run on an eighthour of u 10 hour basis Tho reduction In timo will affect 15800 men and boys and is equivalent to the suspension of more than 3000 persons E T Wooten an aged citizen of Bar ren sounty dropped NEWS NOTES Mt Vesuvius isinactivo eruption again Muncie Ind has been placed under martial law owing to the street car strike Miss Lizzie Myers aged 1C is under arrest for picking pockets In St Xaviers church in that city Assistant State Mine Inspector Spill man has condemned the Royal mine at Madisonville He says it is a death trapKlto flying as a cure for the nervous ills of people who devote most of their time to the labors of society life is ad vocated by Dr J B McKenzie of New Wlllson issued a statement de nouncing the night riders raid on Rus sollville Ho offered n reward of J500 for advance information of tho forma tion of mobs W R Beaumier editor of the Han lettavillo Herald was shot and killed by his wife as he was entering his office Mrs Beaumier was arrested and placed under 2000 bail At Brookhaven Miss a mob took a Negro charged with murder Trom the officers by throwing a lasso about his neck Ho was then shot to death in the central part of tho town At Richmond Judge Pritchard of the United States circuit court appointed R Lancaster Williams of Richmond and S Davies Warficld of Baltimore receivers for the Seaboard Air Line Railway Garrett Redden a desperado who six years ago murdered his brother in Polk county Tennessee was shot and killed by Sheriff Biggs of that county lied dens 18 years old son was shot by members of the Sheriffs posse Miss Eliza Owens who was prevent ed from delivering her crop of tobacco several days ago took advantage of the burning of a tobacco barn at German town and moved her crop to Maysville while the crowds attention was attracted by the blazing building Circuit Judge J JtV Sandidge of Rus sollville says if it is necessary he will call a special term of the Logan Cir cult Court to Investigate tho night riders raid on Russellvillc but ho hard ly thinks this is necessary as tho regu lar term of court convenes the first week in February Judge Garland of the Federalcourt at Sioux Falls S D issued a tempo rary Injunction restraining the State Railroad Commission from reducing passenger rates from three to two and onehalf cents a mile The temporary injunction follows a similar restraining order issued last October The special term of the Christian County Court called to investigate the raid of the night riders on Hopkins vine was convened in that city Friday The grand jury was chosen by lot and in a vigorous charge Judge Cook told the jurymen that they must agree to enforce the law or step aside George A Pettibono and Charles H Moyer president of the Western Federation of Miners charged with complici ty in the murder of former Gov Frank Stcunenberg of Idaho were set free Saturday Pettibone was acquitted by tho jury and the charge against Moyer was dismissed on motion of the State Two carrier pigeons reached Boston Thursday from Minneapolis a distance of nearly 1200 miles one of them bear- Ing a message from Mayor James C Haynas to Mayor John F Fitzgerald Tho birds wero owned by Louis Thiel of Roxbury and reached their loft at 916 SL having left Minneapolis on Saturday A tickling cough many cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it Is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tolls mothers everywhere to give It without hesitation oven to very young babies The wholesome green leaves anti tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish tho qura tivo properties to Dr Shoops Cough Iluro H calms the cough and heals thosoro and sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injulro or suppress Simply a resinous plant ox tract that helps to hqal aching lungs Tho Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor uses Cho Sacred HerbIAlways demand Dr Shoops Bough Buro Pennys Drug Store r HUSTONVILLE Farmers AJmlfor 1908at C W Adams Services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night by the pastor Rev S B Lander Morning subject Absalom the Prodical who never Returned Evening subject A Man with a Measuring Line Disturbed The Congregation The person who disturbed the con gregation last SundayUiy continually coughing is requested to buy u bottle of Foloys Honey and Tar 0 L Penny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES lObo Harrison seriously wounded Taylor Delph In a shooting scrape at East Bcrnatadt Burglars entered the hardware stqre of Brownlie Arnett of Pineville bu got nothing Paul M Goodloif of Richmond lie at Alexandria Vs and his body wa shipped to his old home Napier Adams clerk of the court of appeals has given C S Wilson of Williamsburg a clerkship in his once I F Stono Sons Co of Louisville made an assignment to John P Davis formerly of this place The assets an liabilities are not known The aged Rev Martin Owens of Rockcastle has suffered a paralytic stroke and has lost his speech This excellent old gentleman has been preaching for nearly 50 years Dal Donaldson of Knoxville who is charged with killing General Douglass- at Tunnel No8 near Hazel Patch on Christmas day returned and at his amining trial was held over to th grand jury in 5000 which he gave A Parkersburg W Va dispatch says J W Francis of Lancaster Ky fell from a fourth story window in the Commercial Hotel to the ground and escaped with a few bruises about the face Francis Is recovering from an operation from appendicitis and was leaning out the window to get some air He fell 60 feet and was not rendered unconscious An engineer for the Q C Railroad- In this city said to a Times reporter that his crew was expected to soon be put to work on estimating the cost of rebuilding High Bridge There has been a four mile order of this bridge for sometime and the company is very anxious to begin work at once on its reconstruction Ho said that it would cost in the neighborhood of 900000 and that it would take about a year to com plete the work Somerset Times CHURCH MATTERS The Twentieth Century Fund of the Free Methodist church in England has reached 500000 An old Dutch Bible found in the Hu mansdorp district of Cape Colony has a frontispiece depicting Cain shooting Abel with a blunderbuss- On account of the arrival of Rev Walker Capt D H Goyen did not preach at the Christian church Sunday morning as advertised but he will preach next Sunday morning At tho Christian church Sunday morn ing 99 of the 144 pupils enrolled were present and 13 of the 15 teachers were in their accustomed places Mr C E Tate was elected superintendent of the Sunday school for the steenth timoIThe Regular Baptist Church of mond having sold their half of the church property on Main Street InItend to erect during this year a church building Meantime they secured the use of the houso haveII to the Second Presbyterian Church servicesRegister The subject next Thursday night it tho Methodist church will be the book of John All are cordially invited Come and join In the singing Sunday morn ing the subject will be The Word was God John 11 Sunday night the Ep worth League opens nt 630 with Mar shall Stone leader Preaching at 71Q Subject The Authenticity of the Scriptures Pastor FROM THE ANTILLES Chamberlains Cough Remedy Benefits a City Councilman at Kingston Jamaica Mr W OReilly Fogarty who Is a member of the City Council at Kings ton Jamaica West Indies writes as follows UQrio bottle of Chamber lains Cough Remedy had good effect on a cough that was giving me trouble and I think I should have been more quickly relieved if I had continued the remedy That it was beneficial anti quick in relieving mo there Is no doubt and it Is my Intention to obtain anoth er bottle For sale by all druggists L After having been totally blind for 12 years Mrs Julia Strove 76 of Cov Ington suddenly regained her eyes sight Cataracts had formed over the 1anow for the first time in many years she is able to read newspapers The finest Coffee Substitute over made has recently boen produced by Dr Shoop of Raclno Wls You dont have to boll It twenty or thirty min utcsN Made In a mlnuto1 says tho doctor Health Coffee Is reallyl tho closest Coffee Imitation produced Not a grain of real Codec in It either Health Coffee Imitation Is made from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expert wore ho to unknowingly drink it for Coffee Pen Sny oroII Sweeping cm Price r aSIesI MakeRoomin soon Now is your chance for Bargainsd825 Mens Suits cut to 81398 f1750 II 1248 lQ48I1000i i i II 748 408XII 048 81500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 81008 848eIf 608 750 it 850If 408 A 500 600If if If 348 1500 Mens Cravinetto Rain Coats Cut to 1008 1250 If If If 898 1000If If If If 648 All Winter Goods go correspondingly low prices Come and be convinced of the Bar gains we have for you SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies anti Gents Furnishing Etc r 1iI Christmas has come and gone Thanks for your liberal patronage Now lets go to work Try an OLIVER PLOW first The bestlmade All claim as good as Oliver but none better W Ha HGGINSI L Ii 1 LM Great Reduction In order to make room for my Spring stock of Buggies I will for the next 30 days sell what I have now on hand at a great reduction in price Call and see E T PENCE STANFORD KY If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts Central Kentucky Estate ExcliaiiiSe TITI E Co- Nottgncree on the Wnynesburg pike near Highland Sroom house barn ail oth outbuilding nice orchard This proper tylnear chllre nlld 81hoolholle i 1s worth the prIce IJlII No 215 acres tulle South of Oran Or chard on tho has Iwo etory home good Imrn orchard and Is well wate- redabout lull acres of tide land Is bottom land and produces line crops A bargain nt yearsifoHnesburg room Louse lotto Im out hulldlnitsplentyo wilier Cash price tClUJNoI1OSacres near Level Clreen Itock castle county Ky This term has u new x story triune would cost to build now lUI good Imrn crib tc located near church and school This Is n nice home and bo bought for tto per acre h cash re mainder In ti months DRUGGISJI tart10acrasIncultivation t good barn and olher outbuildings nlco or clmrcl Our of the springs In the coun ty IrlcetViuO half cash Imliinco i and 3 nllttIyears a her foal white oak hickory und lome Una cedar Has Sitory log huso iiud good orch ard well watered hash price pltno No acre near Mnretsluirg Kylro r househnrllllud IrlceIjue l IIllirlyILmrnand other buildings on county roail f1IInllesfromOrnbOrchard fi IlIrnThlaatt011xrncreNo 1075 acres near Stanford Ky In nice shape with n oeeeasary hUlhllllllletc can be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to nil the above farm see or write L It Hughes or James Vliite HtnnforU Ky ii The Interior Journal K C WALTON J 3HN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county abject to the notion of the Democratic- ps ny e M BRUCE Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county abject to the iictlou of the Uetnocrnl party JAMES C HAYS for Jnller of Uncoln county oabject to the nctlon of the Uemocrntlo I party t 1 D C ALLEN t U candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- T 1 subject to the nctlon of the Democratic party Democratic Ticket For United States Senator t J C W BECKHAM k F Till jury in the Caleb Powers case could not agree and was discharged Saturday morning Ten stood for ac quittal and two for conviction Imme diate application was made for bail but Judge Morris refused to make such an order This was the fourth trial of the t celebrated case two juries heretofore giving Powers life sentences while one stood for hanging Powers his law yers and friends are now seeking relief from Gov Willson petitions for his pardon already being circulated in many counties and States We have always believed that Caleb Powcrs was the head and brains of the conspiracy that brought about the assassination of Gov Goebel but since the election of Nov 5 we have had little or no hope that he would be punished further than his confinement in jail The end of a case that has attracted almost worldwide atten tion seems to be in sight Gov WAKFIELD of Maryland in his message to the Legislature at the close of histerm advocates an amend mint to the State Constitution fixing a higher standard of qualification forth exercise of suffrage He would eliminate the ignorant unreflecting thriftlesa Ncgro voter It is dollars to doughnuts that Gov Willson will not embody even a suggestion along that line in his message to the general assembly which convenes today Without the Negro and ignorant voter a republican in Kentucky would stand no more show than a bobtailed bull in fly time and the governor knows it WE hope the Harrodsburg Democrat dies not speak with authority from Senator McCreary when it says McCreary is watching for a chance to use his dagger on Nominee for U S Senator exGov Beckham In fact we are confident that it does not Sen ator McCreary is not the kind of a dem ocrat the dyspeptic editor of the Har ro jsburg publication is In other words the statesman is a democrat and the ed itor isnt Tim message of Gov Willson to the General Assembly will not urge any extra appropriations for the State edu cational institutions notwithstanding the fact that education is one of the things the governor believes should be built up inthe State atalmost any cost The governor says that he can not take up the question of recommending ap propri itions for the institutions until he has them further study and- consideration TilE deaths from mine disasters in the United States for 1907 were 30SC The number of seriously injured was 2721 Over onefourth of this slaugh tr was accomplished last monthI Comparison with the loss of life in other countries shows that mining in this country is made extra hazardous by reason of gross neglect of suitable precaution Tim stork made 125126 visits in New York City during 1907 according to statistics prepared by the Commis sioner of Health This is an increase of 13354 over the previous year when 111772 births were reported The new figures give Now York a higher birth rate than London and a lead of more than 40 per cent over Paris TIlE people seem to be beginning to put more confidence in the courts The number of lynchings materially decreased in 1907 there being only 51 as to 63 in 1906 All but four of the 51 cases were of Negroes and 190fI the cases were those in which the charge against the viqtim was assault on white women or girls f TilE industrial edition of the Louisville Post was a hummer It contained 70 pages of interesting reading matter 4profusely illustrated It was a great paper and save congratulate Editors Knott and Boyle on their superb effort thefexcellent wife is filling the editorial chair most acceptably She is almost with tho pencil as her accom plied hus and POLITICAL President Roosvelt accepted an invi tation to attend the dinner to be giv t WashingtonJsnuary l A petition signed by a number of Lancaster citizens has been sent to the hoIis said that Judge H Cook Faulk IIt of Barbourville will oppose Judge E ORear for the republican nomJ nation for appellate judge A sweeping prohibition bill is to be presented to the incoming Louisiana Legislature and strong efforts will bo made to secure Its passage The president has expressed a wish that Kentuckys republican Congress men should attempt to agree on a can didate for the Louisville surveyorship Gov Willson has appointed W L Brown of London to serve as special judge in the 27th judicial district in place of the regular Judge M L Jar vis who is unable to serve Gov Willson said in a warm letter ad dressed to a citizen of Christian county that ho had no intention of going to Hopkinsvillo to confer with the lead ers of the Dark Tobacco Association and strongly resents the suggestion that he do so Plans were made at Albany by Republican leaders in New York to organ ize the State for Gov Hughes and car ry the delegations of that State for him at the Republican National Con vention when it is expected that hp will be nominated for the presidency Is Blackburn Correctly Quoted On a dark miserable night in January 1896 a pale young man just returned from the health giving cli mates of the Southwest drove furious ly through the zero weather of Central Kentucky on his way from his home to the scat of the State Gov ernment There was no time to lose for the seat of a Democratic United States Senator was at stake and it was necessary for the young man to reach Frankfort in time to answer the rollcall else a Republican would be elected No stop made he for rest or sleep or refreshment Horses were changed at intervals for the young man while not sparing of his own strength was merciful to his beasts All night ho rode and as daylight peeped over the Eastern hills he reached the Capital and secured a few hours of much needed rest That morning when the roll was called young Crepps Beckham answered to his name and cast his vote for lion J C S Blackburn the caucus nomi nee for Senator and thereby savdd the day so far as his vote could do so participatein privltwho arose from his death bed to cast the vote and then returned only to be taken to the cemetery For this and on all the subsequent ballots Beck ham cast his vote for Blackburn Lat er on the young man became Governor of Kentucky and had the privilege of issuing a commission as Senator to Blackburn who otter six years of re tirement due to party treachery came into his own again Bolters could not control the memorable General As sembly of 1900 nor renegades thwart the will of tho majority This is a true story not in the least youngmanThe political life of Senator Black burn is now the Democratic nominee for the United States Senatorship Therefore we are at a loss to under stand what purports to be nn author ized interview with Senator Blackburn In which he vigorously denounces Gov ernor Beckham and expresses the hope that he will be defeated by the Legislative Further the exSenator pays his compliments to Republican Governor Willson and fails to conceal his joy at the defeat of the Democrat- Ic ticket regularly chosen in a primary in which the exSenator himself participated Can it be true that this oldfashioned Democrat who has denounced bolters and bolting and who was himself the victim of a bolt in 1896 and 1897 now be cheek by jowl with this very same class of traitors and renegades 7 Surely he has been replyFrankfort Bad Stomach Troublo Cured Having been sick for tho past two years with a bad stomach trouble a friend gave me a dose of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets They did mq 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 Senator J B Foraker says he will not be bound by the conditions of the call for the Republican State conven tion of Ohio name a State ticket and select delegates at large to the national convention Senator For aker says the conditions for the selec tion of delegates ara illegal and arbi trary Why Suffer from Rheumatism Do you know that rheumatic pains can be relieved If you doubt this just try one application of Chamberlains Pain Balm It will make rest and sleep possible and that certainly moans a great deal to anyone allllct del with rheumatism For sale by all druggists Rank Foolishness When attacked by acough or a cold or when your throat is sore it is rank foolishness to taKe any other medicine KingsNewvDlscoverysassC have used Now Discovory seven years and I know it is the best remedy on earth for toughs and colds croup and all throat and lung troubles My children are subject to croup but Now Discovery quickly cures every attack Known the world over as the King of throat and lung remedies Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store boo and 81 Trial bottle free The receivership of tho Knickerbocker Trust Company has been extended two weeks Good Business for Sale lIIr1chllmbriberlnfonnntlouN H loonIury 7 StockholdersMeeting SIItlonllltheir banking house In Hiistonvlllu tho nee Unllliltto erve the vnsulntf yonr J W IlorKKliCnuhler GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no ones word for It but tone anil see All goody sold nt reduced price Min nod fpadleat tnderweor und IlulUrn Mens gnatlulU JHMITlf McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris ProrsI Dealers In and manufacturer of irmilte and Marble Monuments Klr ttln Work nt Ilen onnblc Irtreo utllce and Works McKlniify Ky Hbop clo M on HHtiinluy GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rendyinadeclotutnuwhon there jio little dlfferunco In the price of reiuly undo cults and n suit made to your mesa taken by an experienced tailor I have a bnndtome line of Fall and Winter Roods I tau make from it low price bunluem suit to the tlneitdrest suit OnreootlItTIIub in and Fancy Vests The company I rep eient is second to none 1Ie ItUIL1Y The Tnltor HUinforJ Ky Nocnnrge for examination ortcicntlllonl ly testing eyes by uptodnte methods Pre surlptlon ihmes ground to order set In ntij style fmine or skeleton inountliiRs work and material guaranteed nntliactor charges moderntv located in Central Telephone lauding Itiutonvllli Ky L t POWELL Iradunted Dptoiuetryst SKATING RINK Fria y Night Stanford Rink Cl- ubPAIN camePainelse usually At leait s Dr fihoop and to prove It he her created a little pink tablet That UbletcalledDr Bhoop1 Headache Tablet eoaxe blood 4 resiure away frompain centers lydellgbtfuGenllithough Allon it you haTe a headache its blood pressure museIfcongestion blood presium That surely Is a certainty for Dr Shoop Headache Tablets stop distributetheBruise your finger and doesnt It set red and swell and pain you Of court It does Its con painlhJ1eU at 23 cents nd cheerfully recommend 15hq9PHeadache Tablets Commissioners Sale I LlncolnClrinilt Court etofPursuant to n JudKiiiouv of the Lincoln Circuit Court the undersigned Coinmls loner will on- MONDAY JANtAHY between I und t f In front of the court pabllcoutcryreal estntt herelnufter for tne jiurposoof sutlsfylns the following debts 113nlnndthe encl of this nctlon Said lend Is In Lincoln County 1 two sill one fourth miles Houth of Oral Orchard Oil till lIolIlIflll road adjoins tho land o Uobbltt on the East Owsley on thu West Nelson on the Houth and Oueit on tim North and is Inundid follows Ikgin nlnK lit a stump mentioned In the ronvey nnceofj K Holdam nnd wife to Ann Nel pinetrethenceN1k K poles IJ4 links to the be lnnUm contalnlnK about thirty square poles The wilo will U numdo on n credit of six regttredtounproved security payable to the Commls slonerand earliifi Ipercent Interest from the date of sale until to bu further seturll1 hy a lien Oil the land sold GEO IJ SAUFLEY JH C L C C fNSLSRANCEl Tire Lightning WindWorm Life and tioldent utthe HTHONUKBT and SX T Represented Ix weit ros ilbla Rates Guaranteed n 1nylng ltao ua Unequalled Talk with V1AHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Kentucky Get my Rates be fore Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Ilopro seated s Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Mm Phone 36 STANFORD KY StockholdersMeeting A in oo II oftlii stockholder if the First National Hunk of Htnnford will le liuld at tlnlr Uinklntt house the second In January IUM fur the purpoio of electing directors for the eniuliiK year Jons J 1lcllunnntsAU- blerStockholders Meeting IA meeting of the ttorkholdvrs ot tint Lin louuh NutlonaIinukofMtnnlonlwill Ix held nt their banking holme elm second TlleIII III January IMP for t1w purpose o- fielclingdurtarsfortii nsuiim year LIItIGIITIhchlrr THE MIDWINTER TERM Which Is tin rush te m oimnt Jiui lH want to u working unit HI the INrImust niuhiiioui iithutlHttle and proletnlonitl IxKlv or teachers ever gathered together fur tlJt y lit Kimtern Kentucky It sit see your LSmnty Hupvrlnt deatnovrnlMiut nn ii pontnienl to free tuition II you move oat ulreudy dOll1OtluwI writs tit the resident nf the till n catalog UllliiK him whet ttmlleA yea Ar sirs Address It N UoAIIK IlkJliiHOWl Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Coot Funny HutebUon Vlnlntm vs llulh IhUbhOIl tit nl IwfiMulHUt NOtlNOtale- 1utetmnt to n Judgment of the UMotu CIr ItClIrt III Ibell1tQto tltti UlUtUI 1- MunderIIIt tbllllslaler Olt MONDAYJVNUAHY UHO betw wn nnd J P in front of the courthouse door In Mtnuford Ky Mil Ht pubtlr outcry to the hlihet best Milder ttt rent estate which u heivlmitler ihMrrtlMl for the purpxsseof relnr Mtlnf be poeewU of the said tend u In Itneuln bounty r the town of ImoiUvUMrtl on the Lancaster pike on widen It Trull adjoining tile 11m irrhnnl Hprlnm pmi ertyarxlls touixtelhsfollown- lteglnningat three white oako tironlnw from one rout thenc N 77S K you s lu stake corner to the Keeley Inttltiitrni tin Ioulhedllortbl nen ler turnpike tinner along shut pike N W W M Iolr llnk to n hlackuak hid stake tttene S t ap nnu to stake at the d5of suit WlutW poles to n stake In theold line tlienn with Stt Elwpoles to the lirglniilnn containing a acres more or Ise The iiilf will Is miide on n credit of six months ail the piirrbnter will to required to give lend for the Hir huse price with approved security imynbie to the rommii onerend bearing Interest Ht the rate of tper cent per nnnum irom dntv of wile unti Thn fond will lie further Mtenml i v n lion which will IK retained on the lund old GEO a SAUKLKY M C1 C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court II V HlKlor Ilnlntirr vi Otlicoleft nl Defondnnii Notice ot sate Iurmiant tou juditment of the Lincoln circuit court till undertlKned roinml Ionrr will on MONDAY JAN 1t ItY la 10w between nnd 1 r In front of tilt court house door In HtntuordKycell nt public outcry to the hluheit and lest bidder the real tlllIh which JI Lincoln county Ky nlxlUt Olt and otte half pules south tnht I Grub Orchard Ky cuntiiliiliiK about ll acresHntdlandls known us the John Iollnrd Innd nnd wn Inherited by Anne H fiorrr from bur father llunley Hlneleton and hounded on the Went by the land of K K UolJhlU stud I tnpleton on the Mouth by the lands of J WrJ1I11t and on the Knit nut Weil by utiimni heirs Tloddbl to bocatlltled from the proceed of thlsshlearc follows To MV Mliiler and Interest from Jan I1IU plu tVHl rtlIIuIIUhrilfnllYtale will Iw iniidoon n credit of six monthinnd the or will bu reuulred to give bond for the purchase iric with approved security paynble to the Commit loner II Interest nt the rate of pernnuumlroiiitubeofpaleuntil trend will he a lien on Time lime lund told GEO B SAUFLEY lot C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Otrcutl Court LO Leo Plaintiff vi Ham Ixeet ill Defendants Notice of Male Puriunnt to n Judgment of tW Lincoln Circuit Courtlii noovo styled action tho undeMluned Master Uomr of said Court will on MONUAY JANOAIIY in 1UK between and r 1111 trait of tho court tout door In Htanford Ky nt public oUlcr to the ldghest and lest bidder the- rchlostatowhloh li hcrtilimfter duncrlbcd Hnlil real eetoto conclate of IIOIIIH and lot In the city 6f Btanford Lincoln ounty Ky- which Id hounded tllllflf lIell nt itnke M feet from tho center of thu Knox vlllo branch of tlm L A N it it thence corner to J A tlionco N W lag fIt to a stake In Ibo HOllth side ofiin ill ley thence with tho eslimllOi of tholIno of the Houth tide of said alley N77j41157 frat ton itnko corner to nude of the grantor thence U K RrJ feet hnlnko In the North do or the rlllht of way or the Knox vlllo branch of the 1t N K It thence with Seine HTVk W foot to the beutnnliicoii mining bu1f of one ilcre The silt will IK mode on n credit of ilx months and tho purchaser will bo withto Rive bond for pries ap proved security payablo to tho Coniinl Ioner and Iwiirlni interest nt the rate ohlx peltailtiibond to III hIII fromiliitoof tilt force and offal of n udKJnellt Thu oiJect olthluulo 1s the reinvestment the irOc tIerlJofulld no shalttocosts oftldntluu tiulll the court shall IlroeeldIIs proposed to reinvest snpie GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C I JHNKYOU I te r r I TA those good niul loynlwuU who liiivo stood by mo the ninny y enaof e rico I desire to fhy J ItANK V6u To those new osiers Into our millet niil to those new ciistoniew in our business WE now IX GUATITUDB because you Intro inndo our htlsillcea luring 1007 the lIIo profitnlile year of urtlift Wo believe this has been mutual for we feelwe have given you hotter eervico and bettor values Of that howovot1 you iniift judge Of course ovorythiug hits not been just ns you wanted it nor na wo uxitcotml It but wo have TKIHI to be PAW nml PATIENT How well We Imve guccwlcd you must Kiy- NOW lOn 1003 wo nk your sanio good will your wiuo confidence nod patience Wo ask you wo bog you elioulil anything enid or done or anyttilng purelmHtd disploawj you wont you ho oonsijlorate ondiigh of its to uoino and lot us it and not your neighbor They am not help you in the knowItor Wo can Wo roiioiw our proinUo to do our host for you I itMs your Wo ngatn oxnrosa our gmtiludo fbr tlio IRtIl We Thank You LZ IIN talarOelM I H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY NO BETTER OUill REMEDY is made than our Compound Syrup- of White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle I PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGEj When you think of ALDRIDGE think of RoofingI The best ROOF PAINT furnished and put on SeH ALDRIDGE Stanford t Kentucky If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from 41v07vYm 0 STANFORD DRUG CO 1 1Half Price t 30 Latlicq Goal Black and Colors All new goods bought tills ten ton You can take your choice nt just half price One Third Off the price of any of our Raincoats All new and of best material Buy ono of thoMS alUlicycaMouml garmenU at a saving of ONETHIRD II BTANFOHD KY JAN 7 1908 TRY omo of our Imported Pure Olive Oil 85c and Wc a bottle Drug- Store R h PERSONALS Miss DETTIE PAXTON has typhoid fe ver JESSE WALTER was In Lexington t Saturday En OAKS has moved to Stanford from Lancaster IBOF S D KBSSNEK of Springfield was hero last week LITTLE Miss BESSIE HOLTZOLAW Is with fever t Y of Somerset was a call yesterday 1Mns WILL UIFKB of the West End wan with her mother hero WINSTON DARKER went to London y cstorday to enter college Miss UETTIK PAXTON has typhoid fever we ore sorry to state MRS W S DUNHAM Is back from a f visit to relatives at Danville FnANK WILKINSON of Uurgln was the guest of his brothers hero HARRY V STAGO of Knoxville is with hU mother and sisters hero k MRS SAM GOLDSTEIN has returned from a visit to Louisville relative MR JAMBS WRBN who has been very III with typhoid fever is improving i MRB W II PENNY and daughters of Danville are with Mrs Mary Penny MIIH HENRY D HOLDBKMAN is con valescent from a several days Illness MIN HOPE ItontNSON of Perryvllle passed through to Richmond yesterday MR E T CARTER wife and son loft Friday for their homo in Evansville lindMln ElFin WAIIB pf the Snuflcy section bM entered the Graded School here MINER LOUBLA AND Hntax WIIITB left last week to enter Asbury College at Wllmore MRS WILLIE DUNN and Mlea Fannie Ilcdd of Crab Orchard wore callers at this office yesterday MR E A Human brother of Mr W I Hcrrin of this place is very ill at his home in Uockcastlo county Miss ANNIE BRONAUGH of Crab Or chard leave today for Muskogee Okla to visit Mrs Mason Morris MRS DENNY and Miss Hello Denny have moved from the Shelby City section to Dr W N Craigs residence MR J M ALVBRSON is in Frankfort waiting to bo elected assistant clerk of the Senate which place ho has a cinc- hJon MRS JOHN COULTER and children of Casey returned Saturday from n pro trotted visit to her parents at nash villa MR A L MCANALLY of Shelby City orders his sent to Frankfort where ho has secured a position as guard in the penitentiary MRS J L JAHVIS and little son re turned Sunday from n visit to relatives at Lebanon The little son Is only 11 months old and weighs 291 pounds MRS WM BROWN and boys Masters Lewis and Willie Douglas of Mill Springs have returned home after a with her parents Mr and Mrs J D Ends- SrnAns FISHER of CrabOrchard has located in Somerset and will probably lease the old Rockcastlo next summer Till Tuttle of Turncrsvillo is visiting his son in the South End Somerset Journal LOCALS SEE the Jaction fence at Singletons ROOMS for rent over W H Higgins store LOST between Orchard and Stanford a walking cane Dr A S Price I WILL continue to make photos at 50c per dozen for 30 days longer Frank Cordicr Rowland ROOMS on aeconrrent suit able for light housekeeping Mrs Bet tie Harnett Stanford SILVKRLACE Wyandotto Roosters of pure strain for sale Mrs A J Rice- R F D Moreland Ky IK yqu need nn overcoat suit underwear shoes etc buy same at cost from Cummins McClary Tim special term of the Lincoln cir cult court began yesterday with Judgo N W Utloy of Lyon county presid ing FOR SALEDlg tcap double ov 1en range good for hotel Used onlyI I two weeks Will sell at a bargain D B Rambo Brodhead It h it J4 CHICKEN POX is raging here Have you had it- CLoTIIEs 7 cleaned and repaired- at Cook Farmers barber shop CUMMINS MOCLARY nro soiling their entire stock of goods at cost for tho next 20 days WE will try to do a cash business this year Please call and settle your last years account Bcazlcy Bros WILLIAM HARNESS holived on the Lincoln and Rockcastlo line dropped dead of heart disease last week LOST White female hound withI black spots on back and clouded oars Reward If found J T11 Jr Box 14 It F D 2 Stanford Ky WHILE in Florida Mr Woodford Spears of Bourbon county sent hisI hemp agent Mr J D Ends of thin place a very fine box of oranges POll SALE Several cone pulleys small imposing stone Clot of second handed type typo case stands and other printers supplies Write or phone this office LOST a ladys large leather pocketbook containing small amount of mon ey and a ticket to Bowling Green Keep the money and return the book andI ticket to Ed Ballard Tim county supervisors Messrs W P Grime John B Foster J M Cress and John B McKee begun their labors yesterday We congratulate Judge J S Owsley on his selection of such an excellent board HON F P Fox BouniTT of Crab Orchard spent a few days In this city to the Intense enjoyment of those who wore fortunate In meeting him Few men are hie equal In tho art of social conversation Somerset Journal MR Mllum Is engaged to lecture on the famous Cincinnati Unity Course February 6 which makes his Uth consecutive season before one of tho most exacting audiences in America Hear him at Waltons Opera House Thursday evening next Anna staying in jail since Dec 20 for refusing to tell from whom he taught the whisky he had on his person William Elkin on Friday last admitted that Solon Craig colored sold him the booze and at his trial Craig was given 10 days in jail and fined GO Tim management of tho Stanford Water Light Ice Co are dally expecting a report on tho water sent to State College Lexington for analysis It is believed by many that the epidem ic of typhoid fever is caused by tho wa ter and the result of tho examination of it is awaited with Interest NEAR Flatwood In Garrard county John Mason shot and instantly killed Speed Nuckcrs It is not known what caused the trouble Nuckers wife shot and killed a woman named Back nt Bcrea in the presence of n thousand people about two years ago She claimed tho Back woman had ruined her home Bia CORNMr S K Duddcrar of the Gilberts Creek section showed us yesterday seven ears of Tennessee white corn ho raised that weigh 111 pounds Ho had 12 cars that tipped tho beam at 18 pounds Ho will give a years subscription to this paper to the farmer who can beat his corn but wo fear ho will not have to give tho leap year rink Friday evening was well attended and greatly enjoyed Tho young ladles who brought gentlemen provided for their every comfort and pleasure Several of them brought candles and other good things to munch on while they were not skating The rink will be open as usual next Friday ovenlng Tho attraction for tho oven ing will be announced In our Fridays W II WEAKEN has bought tho merest of the late Forest S McClary In the gents furnishing firm of Cum- mins McClary but will not take barge until Feb 1 Mr Wcaren Is tho ifilcicnt assistant cashier of the First National Bank and it will bo hard to find a man to fill his place in that InstlI ution Ho and Mr James F Cum tins will make a strong team and we predict for them a splendid business jarcor For the present Cummins MtClaryaro disposing of their stock at cost t 11 An Expensive Hobbyt r is ours to not curry any goods over but we are going to ridq it this time even if it docs cost us something So here go w any Cloak or Fur in the house for HALF PRICE I With three months of weather before us requiring the use of heavy wraps this looks like n Blcmlil offer Corns in and look at these extra special values SEVERANCE SON STANFORD 1threatened STOCK and Poultry foodr at Singletons I AM agent for a city florist and can supply the public with cut lowers for weddings funerals etc J C Mc Clary Tim 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 tho suplus skimmedand buttermilk to July 1 1903 will send in scaled proposals before Jan 8 to H J McRoberta Stanford Creamery Co MR MILLERS isoftho finest order sharp and searching but delicate and refined and is always used for n purpose He will be at Waltons Opera House next Thursday evening 9th TUE Free Press II Carrol 0 says Give us an annual lecture by DoWitt Miller as long as life lasts II Mr Miller will be the Lyceum attraction at Wal tons Opera House next Thursday night Hear I himIshares with some good Lincoln or Boyle county farmer Reference W S S E B Donham tho Stanford coal deal ers J Y Goodpaster Paris Ky R F D No 1 Box 82 THE moving picture presentation of tho Passion Play of Oberammergau at Waltons Opera House Saturday night was splendid but as usual n small crowd was present It looks as if our people are going to compel tho management to close the opura house WE wish to sell privately our stock of roods at Turnorsville or will sell the goods store and 8 acres of land if pur chaser prefers The location is the host in tho county being in a good section and at the forks of the McKinnoy and Hustonvlllo pikes For further infor mation see J F Cash Stanford or J It Harris at Turnersvillo MIt W H SIIANKS of Stanford new member says that ho has no bill of tiny kind to introduce arid is not Inter ested in any legislation He was at the Old Inn last night and said regarding his work at tho coming session of the Legislature I think that I can best serve the interests of my people by killing much of tho legislation that Is offered at this session and by not intro ducing any bills myself I do not in tend to put in any bills and I am not interested in tho passage of any This is considered unusual in a new member who usually comes to town with his pockets full of bills of all kinds to be poured into tho hopper at the first chance Saturdays CourierJournal NEW LAW AS To NEWSPAPER Sun SCRIPTIONS An order promulgated on December 4 denies to publishers the privilege of sending copies to subscrib ers as such after a specified term following the expiration of tho subscription Hereafter publishers of weekly newspapers can not carry subscribers in arrears for more than one year semiweekly moro than nine months triweeklies longer than six months and dailies longer than three months For each violation the publisher will bo fined one cent for each four ounces Since tho average newspaper weighs four ounces or less each paper sent to a subscriber in arrears for n longer peri od than indicated will cost tho publisher one cent fine Our subscribers will see now that we ore compelled to do something of a cash business and they will please govern themselves accord ingly Tile old city council held a meeting Thursday night and reelected the of leers which will servo only until the new board goes in on February 6 The rate for collection of city taxes wascut down from 10 to five per cent which was a good move Until a year ago the tax rate was 40c on the 100 and now its 75c It is no more trouble to collect tho present than the former tax so it will be seen that had tho rate of 10 percent been continued it would have proven a veritable gold mine We are informed that the Incoming council can raise the per cent but if they aro the good business men we tako them to be they will leave it where It is If tho city marshals salary is too small let the council increase it Pay him for his services pay him well and expect good work in return We are expecting big things from the new council and rather look forward to watching their procoedl ings THE Reveries of a Bachelor is the subject of T DeWitt Millers lecture at Waltons Opera louse Thursday evening next Oth Hear it CLAngr STURGEON who was hung in Louisville Friday morning killed the husband of a former Lincoln county girl James Blackerby one of tho three men ho killed when he ran amuck mar Tied a daughter of John Yeakoy of the Hubble section ueAT Livingston Sunday Dick Pike shot and killed Joe Mize who three weeks ago shot his own brother to death at that place They were playing cards and were well filled with booze Pike shot Mize five times and he died instant ly lie gave himself up to tho authori ties What to do in Dyspepsia Dieting has become a great fad in America and just as years ago we nil a nation overate so now wo are under eating The one is as bad as the other Man needs food and plenty of it to sus competcIIt is not however the fact that you may eat too much that hurts you but that you dont digest what you cat And If that results In dyspepsia you will not cure the trouble by cuttlnu down your food supply If your dlgcxtlve organs were creating the proper amount of cattrie and peptic tubes you would hare no dyspepsia To euro the disease you must create an abundance those necessary JuicesThleoononly done by a reliable tonic laX tire and us Its name Indicates Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin contains the very Intrredlcnu needed to do this Talte It regularly for nnhlle according to the explicit directions on oath bot tie and you will soon be cured of dyspepsia and soy of the accompanying symptoms such as heartburn sour stomach bloateu stomach hives pimples tallow complexion wind on the stom sad eta livery bottle carries with It ah abso lute guarantee t6 do what we claim It Is a pen Ue pleasant effective laxative and you will like it taste and be pleased with Its salonOne of the great friends of this remedy Is starry F hector a iltuicnant In one of the Chi cage companies that fought at the battle of Somlaco While In the wet trenches and eating the rough food of a soldier be contracted severe dyspepMa and lost weight rapidly A friend In tbo regiment railed his attention to prompUbepobut Increased his weight pounds Your druggist will sell you abottle at cent or tl and you will sad It worth a hundred times that to you II Tbott wishing to try Dr CaU uYInlluttrtislngtne company This offer It to provetlutlhe remedy will do ai claim and It only open to those have never taken It Send for It If you have any lymptomi of stomach liver or disease Gentlest yet most eflecuvs laxative rot chlMren women aid old folkS ruaranteed permanent home cure THE PUBLIC VERDICT tsxatlre so Good and Sure si DR CALDWEUS SYRUP PEPSIN This product heart runty purjntee 17 Washington c PEPSIN SYRUP CO 110 Caldwell DidO Monlloello III Financial Standing of The City of Stanford Ky To the Gly Council of Stanford L R Hughes would submit the followiug ai my report for the year ending Dec 31 1907 vii RECEIPTS Cash on hand Jan I1907 372 25 Received Irom Licenie 425 00 Fines 424 55 Tues 6299 94 Opera House 62 40 8584 14 EXPENDITURES Paid for salaries 5111896 water and lights 3496 25 sired work 2295 84 extra police 22 00 supervising 18 00 serving notices 28 25 hose drainage 8 25 printing 19 60 pauper aid 7 50 30 pet cent uses 97 96 Lumber 110 Election blanks etc IS 00 collecting tues balance 427 24 rye of prisoners 19061907 379 30 interest on overdraft 84 23 street from depot to Maxville 150 00 tax refunded Dr Fowler 24 70 miscellaneous accounts 69 05 Balance in treasury 320 91 8584 14 ASSETS Fire department 1200 00 Interest in opera howe 1000 00 City hall building 425 00 Cashon baud 320 91 Due from opera house estimated 65 00 Due from L 6r N R R 280 00 Due from concrete pavement 125 92 3416 83 LIABILITIES Due Stanford Water Light Ice Co half year tent 1670 80 Due marshals December salary 33 33 Net amount over and above liabilities 2712 70 3416 83 Respectfully submittedL HUGHES Clerk Half Price Any childs Cloak in the house These are nil excellent values anti this is an opportunity seldom offered Half Pricer for any Fur in the house About twenty five pieces left nndjyou certainly should own one at so small n cost TEN LADIES SUITS nil block good staple styles at87GOformer price 81350 to 820 South East Corner Main andIDepot Streets Spring Is Coming I But Our Spring Goods Are Already Here I Now is the host time to do your Spring and Summer sowing andwe have the material yon are in need of Como in and let us show you and supply you with Ilumburgs Laces Cotton Goods and Linens We have colored Linen in Plum Tnn Pink and Gray nt 25c per yard White Linon in 55 inch at 5 nnd 60c per yard Pcrssian und French Lawns at 25 and 35c Bleach Cotton Lonsdale Long Cloth and Nainsook in abundance Buy now while our stock is now and heavy TRIBBLE HUGHESj Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseISTANFORD KENTUCKY Money ForYou Big Reduction in Clothing and Hats to make Room for Spring StocK Choice of my 8 and 10 Overcoats at 5 All 12 and 13 Suits to Clean Out at 8 9 Suits at550 8 Suits at 4 Also Special Prices in Shoes nnd Heavy Underwear Produce taken in exchange at hfghest market prices Please call nnd examine utystock MATT BNGLBMAN Mt Salem The Lid I The Lid IThe Lid t- It is oil on prices at the Emporium at Huston vine We are price fighters Your Lid Dc sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected the cream of the market for you Como anti be convinced in this line Wo undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses sad Childrens We can Please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit nil We carry n general line Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn n pair of Shoes I dont wonder that you have been disappointed Try lIE21cnr8 selling Shoes Our Fall and Winter stock is now full and complete Como and inspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter f The Norleig Diamond Rotary Washers a Washer which pleases every one Come in and let us show it to you Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY i IS YS LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE j FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE B0KPAK j INCORPOnATCD The Interior Journal fitkred in the Poil0iceol Stanford ai lOOMclew matter rcBiaanno TOESOAVB AND FHIDAT AT 5700 PER YEAR CASH IIIrWhln not to paid 1100 will be charged L N TIKE TABL E No SI Mouth 1121 P x No SJ Houth 1230 PM No Jl North 4SI A INo22North21T P x JOS Se RICE Agent IiJesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livory Food and Salo Stable r Lancaster Ky B D CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY Joseph 3244 Vol I Ii pure bred and lint been nccf for reg volume of The American nlertlseruiesolthenevOActntonlnnctwill IallHOIIITNellie JIHire of dam Kentucky Boy No 17M dnm of dart Ool It Is well known that the Tamworth Hwlne U tho hlghelt prlcoswtno on the market His sire dwartl el nt yens 0ld1so1 for dnu Alexandra sold- tor1JXO Ills welllbt Int It months lie crosses well with every breed I wilt stand him nt JI cusp JOliN Blnnrord OOOK y Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shrubs Grope Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Gordon We employ no agents Catalogue on application H F HIUEXMKYKII SON- SLexington Ky I JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for dl Kinda of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right ISfANFaeD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Iliouo Homo Phone POSTED We whose nnniei appear below strictly forbid hunting Halting or kind of tress passlne on our plucen und will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law Alex Cooper Mrs Mary Puppies Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Multi Simpson Hroi Tlnsloy Hpoonainoro P v Curter lien V Mnrtln M K Iawrence Ueiiben Curtis- J Hooker JMlutttuT A Rice Morgan Onnnnell- Amandt Hchnotler Oroen Kerrlll J L Holtzcluw O W Ituty Mrs J K Iulllum It L Pulllnm- Ietcr Itnlmer Mrs Kntlierlne Atlor- MetM rA Iuxlon Ashley UJliinnon- Jnni s N Onsli J Xovln Carter O M Hack Joseph Ilnllou- M Jus llnlneaJytlOIlIIrsJ B O Carpenter Mrs Rebecca U Cnrptiilnr W1 Martin AM Jorve J H Thompso- nThonmrerrlll Jus It HUlilinoro Burton J It Hunch 1MO KlalmnUon Joseph Krnst Miss Mnttla Hewed lira Fred VondruunKun It K Oiilnev TraylorLllhurnKreil Uauiiinnn Hlcliarilllestur Owkley Dunn llwarr Hosier WO Will Hester NunnelkyJW TIJllrvh JW itauKhman J K truce J O Kprotl W U Ooocli W HIllBtmy 111 UmlcrwootUtBon Mrs Mary Udivuns oIIllMOorter Martin Alcnrti John WmOoldlerIvan Traylor Mrs N HOoodo OK DAVid Bteveiu John TntIItO UurhiMit W n iotllbOllck Fred Adullnu Craig FARMERS DEPARTMENT LOST five sheep Reward T A Rice Stanford R B Park of Hardin county sold 100 mules to a Georgia dealer at 160 i J D Eads Sons bought 23 800 pound cattle in the West End at X62 to 4c Ison Bros of Mercer sold 11 mule to the Tennessee Horse Mule Co at 16250 EsTRAYA small white pig left about two weeks ago Reward W 0 Walker Stanford FOR SALE10 thoroughbred Duro Jersey gilts 4y to months old extra fine and subject to register R II Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky From a recapitulation made it i shown that the White Burley tobacc sold last week on the Lexington break broke the worlds record for loose leaf stuff 1800000 pounds selling for ai average of 1038 The best previous record was made there the week before Christmas when 1460509 pounds sold at American Tobacco Company of fered the Burley Tobacco Society 12 cents a pound tor 10000 hogsheads ai Winchester The offer was refused thesociety demanding 15 cents Thi society issued a statement declaring the American Tobacco Co to bo the enemy of the growers and announcing its in tention of proceeding against it in the courtsMr John H Bell has just killed the biggest hog we have heard of in the county This porker tipped the scales at nearly 800 pounds and when laid out to bo cut up resembled a small elephant When the hams were dressed they weighed over 53 pounds each while the sides pulled the scales at 125 each From this big hog 160 pounds of lard was made Midway ClipperThe American Tobacco Company closed a deal with the Green River District Association a branch of the American Society of Equity for 3000 000 pounds of tobacco This is the third purchase made by the American from the Green River Association the other two purchases being of 3000000 and 600000 pounds respectively mak ing a total of 6500000 pounds recently purchased from this organization Chamberlains Cough Remedy a Safe Medicine for Children In 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 thero is no better medicine In the world for these diseases It Is not only a certain cut o for croup but when given as soon as tho croupy cough appears will pre vent the attack Whooping cough is not dangerous when this remedy is given as directed It contains no opium or other harmful drugs and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by all druggists Wont kiss her 7 Why you Are a chump if you wont Shell scream if you do But shell cry if you dont- Philadelphia Telegraph A Cure for Misery I have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says R 11 Tames of Louellen S C Its called Electric Bitters and comes In cent bottles It breaks up a caso of chills or a bilious attack hi almost no time and it puts yellow jaundice clean out- of commission This grout tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief In all stomach liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame bank Sold under guarantee at ennys Drug Store The New York Tribune says the republican leaders of New York State nave decided on Root Mack Cortel you and Woodruff for delegates at large to the republican National Convention How to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis are hose who are habitually constipated Mno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures ihronlo constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores tho natural action of the bowels Orlno laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau seate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes G L Penny It is said thatanonymous letters have been sent Judge James Breathitt Attorney General elect warning him that he is a marked man on account of his activity against the night riders Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wls These tests are proving to the peoplewithout a pen iys costthu great value of this scientific prescription known to drug glsti everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by G L Penny Gov Willson informed the attorneys for Caleb Powers that he has not the time at present to consider the appli cation for a pardon for tho prisoner IUncle Sams postoffices collected 183000000 in 4W A Higher Health Level I have reached a higher health level slnco I began using Dr lIngs New Lifo IMlls writes Jacob Spring or of West Franklin MainoliThe keep my stomach liver and bowel working just right If thoso pill disappoint you on trial money wlllb refunded at Pennys Drug Store 250I When friends invite You to a flagon Say No Im on The water wagon Detroit Free Press The Price of Pence The terrible Itching and smarting Incident to certain skin diseases Is almost instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Salvo Price 25c For sale by all druggists ICity Marshals Sale For Taxes ltwrlOn BATWU1AY KKI1 between tboI and 4 oclock P MtRn1tortltat and twit bidder for rash In beIfollowing lUtior so much as will pay cost and penalty Tile amount set opposite each name In eludes ptJrcentIOnaltr1I11l1 cost of never Using MnrilinlS- TANKOKIt WII1TK- Konitfl Mr Rhoda town lot 7 lIulTmnn r Mrs Daisy town lot STAYerotneCoIOUE- ntognn 1IHenry town lot Illnkely town lot It O JONES Clly Marshal A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist sTANFORD KENTUCKY lBce over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owaloy Building QUAltTEULY KElOUTOTUE McKinney Deposit Bank at the close of business Dee 31 1907 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts JK1H9 uOverJratts secured Overdrafts unsecured M 30 Due from National 1nksSI8tJ SI Due from State Banks Binders 11 76 4181 rR Due from Trust Compaales I Banking House 219 eo Other Real Little sae eo Mortgages Ow re U S Bonds erw 55 Other Stocks and eBs uuooN Specie I VI uCurrency 4auo W 471 tlExchange for Uearlngs OtherhesosearrladasCash 1009 4 Furnllumand Futures 55 Kuotl lo pa Taxes Current xpebses last quule 418 to 1retleus unitir 100 77 Give description location value end how long owned aH seal estate except banking house ash lot If any owned longer than live jrtars LIABILITIES t Capital Siock path InIn cuhflOOO tSurplus FunJ ell Undivided Profits ts If Due Depositors as followsvtt Der slts subject to check on which Interest Is not rakl 1161 48 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is patho ooe or Demand certificates of shs on Khkti Intertst Is pall oaceoui Time certificates of deposits on which Interest Is paid ooooo 00 Savings deposits on whkh terest Is palJoo 00 Certified Checks Due National Banks Due State Hanks and Bankers Due Trust Companies Cashier Checks outstanding Hills rediscounted Unpaid dividends oe e ooTaxes due ani unpaid w waer Capital stock not pall SUPPLEMENTARY Illijhest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm In cluding In the liability of Ue doss tsy si firm the InJMJwal meat bers thereof directly or Indirectly If swh ndebledness exceeds o per coaL of sap tat stock actually paU and actmount of surplus of the bank tow Is Indebtedness stated In ate liNn ecureJ See Sec 51 Ky Statate llghest amount of tndekteOiwM of any Urecter or oflktr amount of sdi In efctedMSS exceeds so per cent of paid up capital stock of bask See Sec si i Kwtucky Satste low Is same secureJ Does amount of IndeMtdntts at any- wrsn company or twra Inrtodlng In the iWIHr of the com yerInaIkePabN Ity of the Individual mbers thereof ex M percent of paidup capital and ctual surplus If so state amount of Indebtednw Amount of last dividend o Were all expenses losses InterKt- anJ taxes deducted therefrom beftre do UilBg dividend and was not lest than to rer suet of net profits of the bank for the rerlos covered by the dividend carried to he surplus furl before said dividend was lared See Sec yfo Kentucky Statutes 8occd 7f STATE OP KENTUCKY iJss ounty of Lincoln U H Mtioalf Caibltr of McKinney Deposit lank a bank located and doing business In the town MoKlnne In said county being duly sworn lays the foregoing report Is In all respects a true state neat of the condition of sold Bank at the close luslnesson the Htit day of Ike roo7 to the best of his knowledge and belief ant further says that the susinessof soil lInk has been transacted at the ocatlon named and not elsewhere ind that the above sport Is male In compliance with an official notice reo reived from the Secretary of State designating the Hit day of Utr tqo7 as the day on rhlch such report shall be male Subscribed anti iworn to before me by n H MrtcaU the lit oilY of January IJO- TKJ Tanner N I Mr cotumlulnn expiry Jan So ISo It M liir Caihler K M W are K L Tim ner S Murphy Ulnctori Sheriffs Sale For Taxes Monday Jan J 3 1908 Being the 1st tinyof tho January term of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of U oclock v M and oclock p M in front of the courthouse door in Stanford Ky sell atjmblic outcry to the highes- and best bidder for cash in hand the pa1tnxellR tts payments are names will liEappel1rI t ITho amount set opposite each name includes G per cent penalty and cost of advertising T J HILL Sheriff BTINFORlW111T- IBright J Wn r 150 acres 852 5I- Elliott Wm 25 acres 0 8C Flanger Jack 114 acres 0 1I Fenzel Mrs Rhoda house it lot 1085 Gill Mrs Bertha 1acro 3 H Harrison II P 59 acres 30 5 Heath Thos n r 55 acres 5 0C James W II 25 acres 5 tiC McMulling Logan 2J acres 5 1C Peacock Luella 150 acres 52 5v Stratton Mrs Nancy 2 nor Walls J B 89 acres 11 00 STAXTOIHJ COIOIIKD Barrow Manuel 1ncro 3 6G Bright John n r 1 acre 3 K Craig Flem town lot G GO Givens Kate n r 10 acres 3 K Lytle Kobcrt 2ncrcs 7 GO McMulling Logan 2 acna 3 40 Itout Pattio G acres 2 05 Stewart Harrison 8 acred 3 40 Wade Davidson 30 acres 4 GO 11llN IsIIUIOWItlTU O5lBaugh Siln J acres G 86 Baugh Isaac 4 acres 9 00 Bastin S B 155 acres 7 70 Byrd Joseph 30 acres 6 40 Cogle Jim 2 acres 4 70 Cunningham I 4 acres 4 80 Damzick J K 50 acres 5 80 Dewitt J II 220 acres 10 20 Green II L n r 25 acres 3 25 Griilin S 18 acres C 90 Harris John S 37 acres 5 20 Harris Mrs Loltio 24 acres 3 45 Hilton Thomas n r 1 aero 2 78 Johnston it llostin 148 auras 4 26 Leach Goo WII r 40 acres 3 45 Leach Mrs Martha 25 acres 2 85 Mullins MSsa Nellie i acre 2 80 Parker Joo 100 acres 4 85 Hetnor John 05 acres 7 10 Robinson Wm 10 acres 5 G- OIluseoll G W hra 826 acres 8 30- Sludur Chas 35 aorta h ip Smith Mrs Eva 200 acres 6 DO Shot toll B F r 50 norus 4 80 Stephens Ed n r 40 aoros 3 90 Sudduth A 0 hrs n r 50 acres S 70 Shoop Mis Ellen 42 aunt 0 9C Vacant Land Co 130 acrus 16 Young Naunio H 18 acres 2 95 Young Clark 11 corm 5 55 Yocum Elias 1 nero 0 30- CKAII OIICILAItDWIIiTH- Anderson John 6J norm 5 35 Davis Martha 5 acre 3 1Q Delaney Mrs Kato 50 acres 3 10 Dislion Frank 20 acres 5 60 Cover Annie 10 notes 4 80 Guest J W 175 acres 2 years 133 83 HolmteD V 190 acres 37 01 Hatfield Mrs Lucinda 20 acroa 3 00 Lcasurc Joseph 30 acres G 50 Pettus Mrs Kato town lot 586 Smith Armina 135 acres G GO Severance lira 1 aero 3 10 Steineggen Arnold 36 auras 4 50 Turnbull Fannie 111 aoros 13 65- Turnliull John 703 aoros 40 15 Turner hrs 10 aero 3 10 Weaver lira 60 acres 8 10 CIJAll 0 CHAH1 COIOI1IU Lackey Iko six acres 508 Lackey Hot lira 27 acres 8 G6- HU3TOXVHIB WIIITlf Burton A J town lot 10 86- CasUy Kebscca town lot 5 95 Dayton Stint J gdn 30 acres 1110 Gaines Matthew 12 acre 6 55 Russell John 15 acres G 20 Reynolds Milton 2G acres 8 25- Minks Mrs Eliza town lotS 05- Snlisou Frank 100 acres G 40 Wagner Thomas IOC acres 6 95- HtHTOXVIUU COLOIIKI Bailey Moscow town lot 4 80 Brown Tinsley town lot 4 80 Bright Eva 2 acres 4 75 Brown Ed 1 nero 4 GO Cloyd John L u r town lot 3 10 Frye Bcttie n r G acres 3 70 Gillispie Jane town lot 2 90 Hooker Harrison 14 acres 4 90 McKinney Kate 1 hero 4 25- Vandcrman Henry town lot 4 85 Wade Delphia u r G acres 5 95 Welsh James town lot 7 10 T1 HIM S L C 1GO t TRADE MARKS DESIGNS OPVnlOHTO C ending a ketch and description may quickly 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This Institution wai originally eitkbllibfed si the Deposit flank of In 1898 then rtitanltod at the National Bank of Stanford in 1865 and again reorganleed as the First National Baik of Stanford la 1S83 haT1Dfbad practically an uninter for 43 years It Ii better supplied now with facilities for transact- Ing Dullness promptly and well than ever before In its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers J t HOOKER Triii T UAHHII V Pre J J McKOnKUTB Ohr W Q WKAHKNAsst Ohn If Keld DJr T Harris otof3tJ rocker K L Tanner U D Elmoro H IIaaJ H DauRhman J U Fettus 0 E Tate BtanfordI the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Rentu kYICapital 5000000 Surplus 3000000 r S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER 1 J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J D Owsloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walk er TraylorGilberts t H Cummins 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