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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1THE INTERIOP JOURNAL t STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 10 1908 NO 89 u KINGSVILLE lion Fontaine Fox Bobbittof Crab Orchard lectured to an npprcclotiv nudlcnco at the Maccabee hail last WednesdayevenlnltMrs was the guess of hor granddaughter Mrs Alonz lUgncy Little Mss Blanche Bryant of Floyd was tho guest of MM Maw Klfiney Tho latter was the guest or relatives at Floyd last week Mr JOB Walter of Stanford was tho guest or his brothers G A and W W Walter Edgar Rigncy passed his examination in telegraphy with easo and is read for a position Miss Euphemla Taylor returned to Nlcholasvillo Monday to re enter Jessamine Institute Mrs Smith celebrated the 70th anni vcrsary of her birth by inviting A number of friends to dino with her on the 4th Those present were Mesdames Louise Singleton John Lee WicklifT Caldwell M H Crclghton Fannie E Carey Ann Dlankcnshtp Nancy Mid dlcton Tabitha Davidson Mrs Smith is an estimable old lady and her gucsb were delightfully entertained at the home of her granddaughter Mrs Stella Gooch Mrs Smith has 29 grand children and two greatgrandchUdrcn Ed Boland was in Wayncsburg Satur day Miss Glrtlo Gooch is ill of meas les Mist Laura Dyo is tho guest ol Mrs Robert Chappclt at Rowland Mrs Sarah Walters was the guest of relatives at Uurgin last week Mrs Iarsonl of Stanford was tho guest ol her daughter Mrs John Walls Dr Lee Hill and Deputy Sheriff nester ol Stanford were here Saturday Dr C M Thompson returned from Cincinnati Saturday Master Russell Thompson returned Monday from a visit to Clarence LAW AS TO NEWSPAIEK SUp INEW An order promulgated on 4 denies to publishers tho privilege of sending copies to subscribers as such after a specified term fol lowing tho expiration of the subscription Hereafter publishers of weekly newspapers can not carry subscribers in arrears for moro than one year semiweekly more than nine months fd weeklies longer than six months and dallies longer than three months For each violation tho publisher will bo fined one cent for each four ounces Since the averago newspaper weighs four ounces or less each paper sent to a subscriber in arrears for a longer peri od than Indicated will cost tho publish er ono cent fine Our subscribers will see now that we arc compelled to do something of a cash business and they will please govern themselves accord ingly 1 When the Stomach Heart or Kid my nerves got weak then these organs always fall Dont drug tho Stomach t nor stimulato tho Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a r proscription known to Druggists i Jeverywhere as Dr Shoops JUeitora 9 Itestorallro Is prepared ex j pressly fur those weak Intldo nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr ShoqpH Ilestoratlvo tablets or liquid and see how quick y help will como 1rco snmpta test sent on request by Dr Snoop Itnolne Will Your health Is surely worth this simple test Pennys Drug Store Young mnn said tho editor solemn ly as he glanced over tho poem present ed and then at tho high pats brow of tho author you have missed your calling You bught to drop poetry awl get a job as a gas man Why do you soy this 1 demanded the poet haughtily- Because replied tho editor with conviction you can do such wonderful things with tho metro Haltlmoro 4American Simple Remedy forLagrippe t La grlppo coughs are dangerous as they frequently develop into pneu inonla Foloys Honey and Tar not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens the lungs so that no serious roaillts need bo feared The genuine Foloys honey and Tar Ion tains no harmful drugs anil is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes OL Penny Littlo GirlTlease have you a sheeps head 7 Facetious DutcherNo my dear only my own It wont do Mother wants ono 4 with brains in It An Atlanta special Ben D Greene and John F Gaynor arrived at tho Federal prison and were put through tho examination given all prisoners Their work in tho prison has not been decided upon Samuel ndtho man who coin ed tho expression God Almighty hates a quitter Is dead at Stamford Conn Employes of Cuban cigar factories k are entertained by readers while at a work LANCASTER Tho new council entered on its duties the first of tho week A pleightofhand show is billed to give a performance hero Monday night M D Gulley and family have moved back to this placo from Lexington and are now running tho Mason Hotel The hardware firm of Mount Elkli has dissolved R L Elkin retiring The business will continuo under tho nami of J IL Mount Co The Methodists havo been holding n revival hero for several weeks Rev Dawson of Mt Sterling is evangelist There have been several accessions much interest and good congregations Eld F M Tinder pastor of the Christian church is preparing to or ganizo a Normal Bible class and pro poses to make It an unusually instruct- Ive and interesting course of scriptural studyThe examining trial of John Mason for killing Speed Nuckers in the Flat Woods section was called here Wednes day but postponed until Saturday as the Commonwealth was not ready with its witnesses The measles have been quite an epi demic in this locality and as many as 150 children were down at ono time Tho board of trustees seriously consid ered closing the graded school because of the slim attendance The ladies of tho Lancaster W C T U have presented Former Marshal J A Bcazley with a handsome clock in token of his dfllcicnt service In behalf of temperance during his recent term of otllco and his rigid enforcement of tho law against the Illicit handling and sale of all forms of intoxicants Tho friends of lion IL H Tomlinson nominate him as delegate to tho Nation al Democratic Convention for the Eighth Congressional district Ho has made many speeches hero and elsewhere for tho party and spent his means liberally in heated campaigns lie is a good organizer and an able lawyer lie represented Garrard county very acceptably in the Legislature for two terms and he was a delegate to tho Chicago conven lion in 1KH3 when Bryan was nominat ed it is believed it will bo eminently appropriate to send him again hoping that the final election will bo won this yearAt tho meeting of the now council Luther Hcrron was mado chief of po lice tax collector and superintendent of the water works all at a salary of 1 000 a year L L Walker was made W B Mason clerk D A Thomas treasurer and C D Walker treasurer for tho sinking fund Capt Hcrron will make no appointment as deputy as ho feels confident of meeting the demands of the office without as sistance That tho lawless clement is more than ordinarily under subjection is shown by the fact that one man can fulfill the onerous duties of marshal along with those of tax collector and water works superintendent The Garrard County Christian En deavor Union meets at tho Christian church here Saturday morning at 10 o clock Tho exercises open with a Bong service followed by prayer Tho wel come address will be delivered by a member of the local union and tho re sponse by Miss Georgia Dunn Tho Real Mission of Christian Endeavor will be the subject of Mrs F P Frls bios address followod by Miss Addle Arnold In Our Work for Christ in the lleartin the World Miss Nannie Rogers on The Savior at tho Door Miss Bcttlo Royston on How to 89 uro now Members and Miss Carrie Arnold How to Win and Hold Young People Tho round table will be put In charge of Elder F M Tinder nnd other short addresses on Truth Its Place in Our Conquest for ChrlstII U Stansifer C E a Missionary Po- WerJ L Yandell and A Great Op ortunltyW L Williams arc Includ cd on tho program Music will bo an ittractivo feature f tho exercises and Miss Lillian Leavell of Bryantsville will render tWo vocal solos A noonday luncheon will bo served in tho lecture room of tho church peolal Announcement Regard ing the National Pure Food and Drug Law Wo arc pleased to announce that oloys Honoy und Tar for coughs olds and lung troubles is not ufTcct ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or thor harmful drugs and wo recommend it as a solo remedy for children hd aiults G L Penny Papa was becoming impatient at tho lateness of the hour when he remarked cant seo why that young allow who is calling on Minnie hasnt ease enough to go home Its near midnight Tho dear little brother of the fam lIy just then came in heard his fathers emark and ventured some light lie cant go rather sisters sitting on him a NEWS NOTES George Dixon tho Negro pugilist is dead in New York Seven men wero drowned by the over turning of a skin near Kickapoc Kas Robbers got 3000 from tho Stat Bank of McCurtaln Okla and 120 from the Bank of Foirmount some 15 miles distant Between 3000 and 4000 Illinois Cen tral railroad employes havo been drop ped from tho companys pay rolls on account of the financial situation Judge Albert S Berry of tho Camp bell circuit court Is dead In Newpor of pneumonia For many years ho hoc been a picturesque figure in that city end county- F Augustus Heinze the copper mag nate has been indicted by the Federal grand jury in New York for ovcrccrti fication of checks amounting in tho ag greguto to more than 100000 Eighty or moro of Ohio excursionist were injured by the wrecking of a special train on a trestle between Dallas and lliram Ga The engineer wai killed Thme of tho injured will die Tho General headquarters of the telegraph system of the Queen and Crescent route was ordered removed from Chattanooga to Lexington undo the Buporlntcndcncy of W S Mel tonTho United States Court of Appeal at Cincinnati decided an important cast in favor of tho State of Kentucky and against the national banks The banks contended that before paying taxes on their undivided profits and surplus they wero entitled to deduct the amount of Government bonds held by them This contention was not sustained by the courtNight riders have become active in Bath and several other counties in the Bluegrass belt The destruction of property to the value of 25000 in Bath county has caused unusual vigilance among citizens in that and adjoining counties The American Tobacco Company has ceased buying at Mt Sterling and has closed its warehouses at that placeThe Board of Curators of the Ken tucky University of Lexington adopt ed resolutions recommending that the name of tho Kentucky Agricultural and Mechanical College be changed to State University Lexington Ky and that tho name of Kentucky Uni versity bo changed to Transylvania effective on approval of the Kentucky General Assembly The Supremo Court in an opinion by Justice White held to bo unconstitu tional the employers liability law making railroads and other common car riers responsible to employes in acci dents duo to the negligence of fellow servants or to Ineffective appliances Tho decision of the lower courts was af firmed One of the decisions was ren dered by Judge Evans of Louisville Postmaster General Moycr has issued anorder that all contractors for mails upon Star screen wagon messenger or special service routes shall not trans port intoxicating liquor from ono point to another whilo in the performance of mail service This has a direct bearing on the prohibition movement and af fects tho States of North Carolina Florida Georgia Alabama Mississippi Tennessee and Kentucky A tickling cou h from any uauso is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harmless and sate that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to givo it without limitation oven to very young burbles Tho whMosomo green loaves and tender stems of a lungheallng mountainous shrub furnish tho cura tlvo properties to Dr Shoops Cough liuro It calms tho cough and heals thoHoro and sensitive bronchial mem branes Xo opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injulro or sup press Simply a resinous plant ox tract that helps to heal aching lungs 1ho Spaniards call this shrub which tho Doctor uses The Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Shoops Hough Uuro Pennys Drug Store Mr Watterson has gono to Florida but his spirit goes marching on in the CourierJournal office His orders to Givo Bcckham hell and beat him or bust ore being obeyed but it is labor lost Gov Bcckham will be elect cd by tho voters of the unpurchas able unterrificd and true Democrats who believe m party regularity nnd CourierJournalsadice ourier Journal has thrown what little Democracy it had to tho winds and hns no right t r claim to advise Demo rats who regarding its devious ourso despise and repudiate ItFrankf- ort State Journal Disturbed The Congregation The person who disturbed the con rogation lust Sunday by continually soughing Is requested to buy a bottlo 01 Foloys honey nnd Tar G L Penny HUSTONVILLE A B C Dinwiddta sold to Robert Moreland of Lexington a three yeai old filly by Dignity Dare for 275 Charles Brown has accepted a lucre tive position with tho Eureka Light Co of Lexington and left Saturday to begin work Jesse Routt who is now a full fledged knight of the grip for a Lexington firm spent Sunday here- I am requested to ask through these columns by several signers what disposition was made by the fiscal court ro garding the numerously signed petition headed by A B McKirney asking a small appropriation with which to put gravel on a few places on tho pike 7 W C Wolford has accepted a position with the Indian Refining Co and will make headquarters at Danville from which place he will canvass with oil wagons the counties of Boyle Gar nerd and Lincoln He says his price and goods are better than the Standards So mote it be Give him a trialThe splendid tobacco crop raised In this section the past season is being quietly sold at satisfactory prices Jo siah Bishop sold the crop from threw acres 6955 pounds to Peavyhouso d Jewltt at lOc or about 232 per acre W G Cowan sold half of his 20ncri crop at Lexington at 10 75 Other sales are being made at about same prices At the annual meeting of Hustonvilli Masonic Lodge the following officers wero elected for the ensuing year G D Weathcrford W M Everett Car son S W Emmett McCormack J W W R Williams secretary J W Allen S D J G Weatherford J D W M Myers treasurer J P Goode T John Dinwiddie Ch G L Carpen ter B M The regular meetings of the lodge ore held on Friday evenings before a full moon The next meeting will be held on the 17th when work of the order will be done by the new of ficials All members and visiting breth ren are Invited to attend FROM ANTILLES- Chamberlalns Cough Remedy Benefits a City Councilman- at Kingston Jamaica Mr w OHellly Fogarty who is a member of the City Council at Kingston Jamaica West Indies writes as follows One bottle of Chamber lains Cough Uemsdy 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 tho remedy That it was beneficial and quick in relieving me there la no doubt and it Is my intention to obtain anoth er bottle For sale by all druggists Stories of Caleb Powers Immense wealth were renewed during his late trial It is alleged that since he was arrested on March 1900 moro than a half million dollars has been gathered for him by persons living in allj parts of tho United States It is said that there is scarcely a Federal officer in the country who has not made a con tribution tc this fund The claim is also made that Powers has invested in the name of a relative something like 200000 In mountain timber and mineral landsSomerset Journal The finest Coffee Substitute over made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boll it twenty or thirty min utes Mado In a minute says tho doctor Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation over yet produced Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Health Coffee Imitation is rondo from pure toasted ereals or grains with mall nuts etc Really It would fool an expert wero ho to unknowingly drink it for Coffee Pen- flys Drug Store The big suit filed by 0 l1 Waddle and W C Roberts as stockholders in the Somerset Water Light Traction Company against Dr W G Hunter to oust him as manager and place the company in the hands of a receiver was settled out of court just before it was to be called up by Judge Jarvis for a preliminary hearing The settlement- was reached by Dr Hunter purchasing ill the stock of the plaintiffs which mounted to nearly 11000 It Does The Business Mr K K Chamberlain of Clinton laino says of Bucklens Arnica Salolilt does the business I have used it for piles and It cured them Used It for chapped hands and it ured them Applied It to an old sore mud it healed it without leaving a scar behind 23c at Pennys Drug Store Forty thousand pounds of turkey were provided for the celebration of Christmas on the Atlantic fleet which Is on its way to the Pacific The expenses of tho rural delivery for tho current years are estimated at H3793218 hTCOSTIOwing to a change in our firm on Feb I and in order to reduce ourJstock by that date we offer for sale our entire stock a- tABSOLUTE COST Our stock consists of a new and up todate line of Mens Boys and Youths Clothing and Overcoats Underwear Shirts Odd Pants Hats and Caps Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Rubbers of all kinds Trunks and Suit Cases Remember everythinggoes at cost nothing reserved Come early and get first choice Terms cash nothking charged to any one Also a Ha gan 6 H P Gasoline Engine and Roth 50light Generator for sale CUMMINS McCLARY P S All persons indebted to the above firm will please call and settle sweeping CUIPriceS- Ule I All Winter Goods Must Go inOrder to Make Room for the Large Stock that is to come in soon Now is your chance for Sure Enough Bargains 820 Mens Suits cut to 1398 lifiOII II 1248 1600 1148 ILCO 048 I 1001 748 750 II 40J 85 56II II II 348 SloOO Mens Overcoats Cut to 81008 1260II 848 1000 II Gusr 750 850 ti 408 500 000 II 348 1500 Mints Craviuette Rain Coats Cut to 1008 1250 Ie 808 1000II I II GAS All Winter Goods go atcorrespondingly low prices Come and be convinced of the Bargains we have for you SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY l Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Huts Caps Lat dies and Gents Furnishings Etc r1 i HORSE BLANKETS Storm Aprons CarriagefHealers Blizzard FrontsT- ry Our Adjustible Blizzards W H stan HIGGINSJ i The Interior Journal K Co WALTONI JOHN J MOSER II a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count snblect to the RCtlon of the party M BRUCE Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count sunlect to the notIon of the Democrat party JAMES C HAYS XIK candidate f6rjnllor ilf Lincoln count tabjcot to the action ot the Democrat party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln noun tjr nubjrct to tlio action ot the Democrat party DemocratlclTlcket lor United States Senator J C W BKCKIIAM RICH people loosened up con idera bly last year in the interest of benev olence The Chicago Tribune which is a great authority on social stalls tics makes the aggregate close to 150000000 Rockefeller Mrs Sage and Carnegie are given in that order as the three largest donors and it would take a financial earthquake to give them personal knowledge of hard times In round numbers the gifts to education were 70000000 to relig ion over 9000000 to museums art galleries and public improvements over 17000000 and to libraries un der 3000000 But these items only aggregate 100000000 STATE TREASURER BOSWORTH turned over to his successor Monday 1180 05572 which included 16752394 due city schools which has not been paid till January Deducting that amount there is still 101252678 of good hard money for the Republicans to spend there being at present no other claims whatever chargeable to it Pretty good for a democratic adminis tration which found a depleted treas ury when the republicans turned the offices over And besides this they have built and paid for a capitol which coat considerably over a million NOT on a basis of law but on a bat sis of mercy I urge that Caleb Powers be pardoned by the governor of Ken tuckV These were the words of Dr E L Powell of Louisville the worst notoriety seeker in the pulpit of Ken tacky In a sermon last Sunday Dr Powell butts in every thing that comes along and it is not surprising to those who know him that he seeks the limelight in the Powers Lease His attention now will no doubt be turned to the Thaw case- IN a giving Chief Justice ORear a c ear field to succeed himself the Re piblicans act wisely Judge ORear- h made a reputation for fairness and ability which is a most enviable one and it speaks well for his party when it honors such a man The State is to bej congratulated that so able a judge will be retained on the bench of its highest court TUB country press sympathizes with Mr R W Brown managing editor of the Louisville Times who was compell ed to undergo an operation for appen dicitis It is good news to the press boys however that he is doing just as well as could be expected May he soon be at his post of duty hale hearty and happy THERE were 15 more births than deaths in the city of Frankfort during the year 1907 according to reports made by all the physicians of the city to City Health Officer J Lampton Bully Frankfort is growing slowly but surely TUB State Journal which is in posi tion to know says that every demo cratic Senator andRepresentativo will vote for Nominee Bcckham and that he will of coursebe elected on the first ballot Tuesday Somote it be TilE House at Frankfort did the right thing by making the State Journal the official paper of that body The Senate was to have followed suit yesterday POLITICAL The Advocate says that it is highly probable that Judge S W Hager will locate in Danville Gov Willson will appoint Charles Yungblut former County Attorney to succeed the late JudgeAlbert S Ber ryThe Republican Committee of the Ninth Missouri district has adopted resolutions indorsing Secretary Tafts candidacy for the presidency- RepresentativelWillett of New York in a speech on the financial situation delivered in the Blouse indulged In some severe criticisms of President Uoosevclt Legislaturekeepers to 100 and providing for the sale baggage after being unclaimed for 60 days- President Roosevelt sent a message to Congress urging that the 4000 or more additional employes needed for the next census be appointed only after competitive examination under Civil Service I 3 The first bill introduced In the Ken tucky Legislature was for the repeal of the dog tax law Gov Willsons message was read to the General Assembly Wednesday am was generally approved by its members Stokes Jackson Tom Taggarts candidate for chairman of the Indiana Dem ocratic ticket was elected on the 41st Ballot At the joint caucus of the Democratic members of the General Assembly Fin ley E Fogg of Morgan county was nominated for Prison Commissioner defeating his two opponents Fran Kavanaugh wasjnominated for librarian and will make Miss Sarah Mahai assistantW of Simpson was elected speaker of the House nf Frankfort E W Lillard of Boyle withdrawini from the contest Conn Linn of Cal loway was elected president of the Sen ate Everything so far has worked like it was well greased Great hormonj prevails among the democrats who are thoroughmasters of the situation Chagrined at the fact that Kentucky is the 49th State among all of the States territories and possessions of the Union in the scale of education a committee of the Trustees of the Kentucky State College and Normal School has presented petition to the Legis lature requesting liberal appropriation at this session of the General Assembly The Republican Committee for the Seventh Appellate District will meet Wednesday at Winchester to issue a callfor a convention Judge E C 0 Rear will be renominated without op posislon Judge H C Faulkner whc has been mentioned as acandidate has written to Chairman R H Winn declaring that he would not be a candidate and announcing himself for Judge ORear IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Walker Brown is dead at London Mrs Jack Davidson aged 63 Is dead at Danville Mrs W B McMillan is dead of pneumonia at Lancaster John Altaians handsome home nt Richmond was destroyed by fire Mrs Elizabeth Woods Tarkington wife of James C Tarkington of Boyle is deadExGov J Proctor Knott suffered a slight paralytic stroke at his home in LebanonMrs wife of George Pollard who was killed at Lancaster by Bill Humber is dead of consumption The organization of a new banking and trust company at Somerset with a capital stock of 100000 which was temporarily suspended during the recent money flurry has been revived Thomas McEwcn a shopman from the Pullman works at Ludlow was sent to Livingston Sunday but has not been heard of since His hat was found on the banks of a creek near the depotAdj Gen P P Johnson ordered a lieutenant and 10 men of the First Regiment to Lebanon to protect the factor of the American Tobacco Co at that place O H Waddle of Somerset and Robert Harding of Danville have filed suit against the Q C Railroad for 30000 for killing Jell Lovell who was killed while at work in the companys yard at Somerset Circuit Judge M L Jarvis has call ed a special session of the Pulaski Cir cuit Court to convene next Monday which will remain in sessien for 12 weeks It will be the longest term in the history of the county Friends of the Hon R H Tomlinson of Lancaster have started a move ment to have him chosen as a delegate to the next National Democratic Convention Mr Tomlinson was a dele gate to the National Convention at Chicago In 1896 John C Horton who resides at Shelby City while out with his gun and logs coon hunting the other night captured a wild cat which measured 43 nches from the tip of its nose to the- tip of its tail and weighed about 40 poundsAdvocateG Mercer county fare nor has been sued by the American Society of Equity for 500 damages Its claimed that he sold his 1907 tobacco crop to the American Tobacco Co Mr Ballard has also lost a number of valuable cattle by poisoning Bad Stomach Trouble 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 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 druggists Please mum began the agedhero in appealing tones as he stood at the kitchen door on wash day Ive lost ny leg Well I aint got it snapped the Everybodys A Gatling gun manned by expert artillery men guards the approach to the Lexington tobacco warehouse dis jtrict Farmers Bank of Wickliffe has business Why Suffer from Rheumatism Do you know that rheumatic pains can be relieved I If you doubt this just try one application of Chamber lains Pain Balm It will make rest and sleep possible and that certainly moans a great eal to any ono aflllct ed with rheumatism For sale by ill druggists The largest wooden building in the world is said to be the Parliament building at Wellington Now Zealand The largest quill toothpick factory is In Paris It was originally started as a manufactory of quill pens Of thq worlds newspapers 63 out of every 1000 are printed in the English language Nearly 3000000 was spent in the United States during 1907 for motor cars j GOOf Business for Sale My property nml general took ot mer turthrrInformutlouX II noau MarkMmryKy Stockholders Meeting A meeting oatstockholders of the XII of lluMonvllIu will bo held litI their luniklnc house In Hustonvlllo the sec 0111 Tuesday January ltcm between v nod IS for the purloae of electing directors to serve the eimitngyeur J V HoiKKii tusliIiT GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE forTnkenooneiwurd but route nod see II goods sold nt reduced price lelllI and Iadles tlulerwenr pad Itubhers Mens and lloyrsulti nt Tost I will Iw very unite ful for your IqllromllI McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris ProrsI Denlers In nnd manufacturers of Urnnlto and Mnrble Monument HlrsMInx Work nt KeuMMiahl Trice puce anti works MuKlnnvy Ky Hbop elowrl on Haturdny GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU cnndeclothtngwhtuthcre11011tl1IIr node suite mid a null mmte to your measure taken by nn expertencrtl tailor I havo n handsome lint of Full anti Winter good I jon make from u low pritt business suit to the Bnestdress Milt Alto OvwroonU Troui rpJeent No charge for examination oricientlficnl ly testing tree by uptodate nuthodi Pre scription glntaes ground toordir oct In any style run or mountings work and material tiuarantewl nilUfnctorTj charges moderate located In Central Telephone Uulldlng Ilustouvlllo Ky L r IH1WKIU Graduated Uptometryiit City Marshals Sale For Taxes I OH HATUIU AY KK11 111111 Ixtween the hours of 01 lOt and oclock P f In front of the court house door In Htni lord Ky silt nt public outcry to the high estnnd burl bldilur for cash In band the following JlIIlIro mueh us will pay taxei iiennltyTile each name cludes pfrcellt pennltynndcostofndver Using It AS OIUWIIITH Kunzel Mr Ithodii town lot 167 Huniiuin Mm Daisy town lot le S VONHCOJAggp Iogim Henry town lot I lilukely e town lot 8 si- It U JONKHCIty yrn- nhnlPAIN Pain In the head81n anywhere hu Its noose atnIsconxestlon blood pressurenothing elsotsually At frog w says Dr 8hoop and to prove It he has creslcd a little pink tablet That tsbletcalled Dr IhOOpl Ueadarbe coaxes blood presume away from centers thoughsaleheftsurrelytgw l7delUtbtfulGentlr tho blood circu lation II you hue a headache Its blood pressure If UI painful periods with women same If you are sleepless restless nervrus Its blood ll6Stlo blood pressure That surety a Shoops Headache Tablets stop It In 20 minutes and the tablets simply dlsUJbu1 the unnatural blood pressure Bruise Tour anger and doesn t It get red and swell and pain out Of course It does Its con gestion blood pressure Youll find It wbare pain If always Its simply Common tense We ten at 25 cent dad cheerfully recommend Dr Shoops Headache Tablets Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court P P llobllt Ilnlntlir vs Jesse finest vt nlUvfendantsNotlooofHnlelursunnt till Ullcolll Circuit Court tho undersigned loin mis loiter will on- MONDAY JANUARY between land t PM In front of the spurt boustl door li Htmirtml Ky soil at public outcry to the highest nod best bidder the real estate liurtilnafter de crlbed for tnt debtsIolu0and Interest Irum Koli 3 the costs ot this action Hold loud Is in Ilnuoln County Ky two and ono fourth miles Houth or Urnb Orchard on the Somerset rood adjoliu the laud of liobblttou Hi Kant Ow ley on the West Kelson on tho South and Ouost on thug cOIIfly1IIlIetlIlIJI N 31 K Jrllnks to the beginning- contnlning11bout thirty square polun- Tho sale will ire niiido on a credit of six months and the purchaser will In requlretf to give bond for the puruhaiu price with approved security payable to the CommU bf rll celn 11I1tresl front the ditto of sale until paid to la further secured by a lien on the OEO U SAUl LEY IlIlItllollII f fNSURANCEl lire Ll htnln WlndMtorm Life and looidnt Nono but thw HTHONOK8T and 8KBTOompnnle Ilcpresented Lowestttoo itble lUtes Ollarante d ira Unequalled Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 50 Years An Agency50 Tho oldest in Central Kentucky Get my hates before Insuring Nothing but iiretclnss Companies Uepre tented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Stockholders Meeting A meeting ofthe utockholderc of the Klrt InIJmnhryfor the ensuing year JOHN JMcltuuanrstms- ldurStockholders Meeting A ttieetliiKof the stockholders of tho Mil coin Iounty National llankof manford will IH held nt their IxinkKiK houw the etsond Tuesday la January lun for the pnrposu of ilertliix directors fur the on iiliiK year W M IlUUlIITfnshlr UHEMIDWINTE TERN WhUh b the rush term opens Jnn tblUndprotestlonal body of teachers ever tntherwl study In Kastern Kentucky It in sea ollr County HU rlntemleiit now IlIIOU aiiuppoliitmnit to fn 6 tuition If you have not already so end writ to the President of the K K f4 N far n enlalok telling him what studlra yrti II J sire Addnw It N UOAIIK Hlchmoml Kjr Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Cuttru IliilntlfT vs Itutli tIlndunlISotiCtlOIHnhlIunluillt Circuit Court In the lave styli notion umleralRiieU Oomuil louer will ou- MONDAYJANUARY MKWS Iwtween and S r in front of the courthouse floor In Mtaliford Ky sell at public outcry to the hl hat anti bout bidder the real estate which U hereinafter dmrrtlxMl for tin purpoie of ivlnxvitliiB the inicevd of the stile until land w In Lincoln near the town of Onto Orolmnl cotlllt1Ky tike on which it fruits tilt ern tiivhanl HprliiKi prop nyolltllIOUIIIIIIIIollonlnlllng asks ttrnwlns- from one root thence 77 K II polo to u take u the Keelev lnstltute lit the south edgeoftheneaetrturnplkelhencea- long Mild pike N rx black oak and stuke thence N W link to utake nt the ixlgi of oiild m4fatW r W poles to u stoke In ho with lutlll N1I KUDpoleito the beginning conlnln hag do acre more or lets The wile will bo made on n credit of six months and the purchaser will bo required loglvu hood for the price with approved security iiaynbie to the Ioiiiinls at the rnto of nllunwhlchCEO D SAUFLEY 31C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit court M V HlglerllnlntIflt I Otis Cole ft nl Defendants Notice Pursuant tou nf the Lincoln circuit court the undersigned cnmmUsloner will on MONDAY JANUARY lit between nnd 1 MIII front of the court house door In Htanlord Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and twit bidder the real estate which is Lincoln county Ky about ono und ono half mile tonth rant of Crab Urchard Ky containing iibout acres Hold land la known nn the John Pollard land tlnd wu Inherited by Anne lover from her father Hunley Hlngleton and Is bounderlon the Went by th of K K 4tapleton Oil the Houth by the lnmisofJ W luOI IIntl on the tatand West by the tamU of Cutnmiiti heirs fh dht 0 It tIl1ld from SLSHigherof this Nile iirons follows To i1seni Interest fron Jan llin plus tim costs adjudged to her nod the remainder any will await the future order of the court Ira tnndeon n credit of six- monthsnndtlnupttrehnlrwlll IM required to give land for tlb with lip proved security payable to the Commis ot the rib of n TheIKondland sold OEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court LC Lee IlnlntllT vu Ham Ieoot nl De fendants Notice of Hale Pursuant to of the Lbicoln Court nludgbiwitstyled action the uiidurslKiied Muster Comr of said Court will oatMONDAY JANUARY 13llJfI between and S P In front of the court house door InHtunford KrjII nt public outcry to the highest bidder the real estate which Is hereinafter dckcrlbml Hald real estate consists of u house nnd lot In tho city of Btunfonl LliieolnCounty Ky which Is bounded thus lIe IInlllg at a stiiUe on feet from tile center of the Knox vlllo branch of alto L A N It It thence corner to J tUurpunterthence N 11 W fe a to u stake In tho of an al fey thence with the extension of tho io of the Mouth tide of add alloy N 77y K 1ST feet to n stako corner to other liimU of the VrantorthcncoH Kisufeottoiitiikoliitbo North sldo of rtqht of way of tho Knox vlllu bronchi of the L A N It Rth nco with settle H jly W foot to tho egliinliigvoii tuning half of ono acre flu sale will be made on n credit of six mouths and tho urchnserwlll4xi required to glee Ixmd for the purchase price with ap proved security to the Commis sioner anti bearing Interest nt the rule of six per cent annum from ditto of gnlo until paid said bond to have tho force nod elTeat of u Judgment The object of this sale h tho rolnvostment of the thereofaiwl no of the land for the purchase price shall hutid except such will sutlieo topuy the iWtnof tole netlmt until the court shall have the reinvestment of the coeds oftblssnbulnreal estate In which It Is proposed ts reinvest same GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C s ReiMor1 Wo feel it ill time null space well spent to occasionally tellstSOIl ol tlio Many Little Tilings vp have in stock- S Clothing i i Of every lotoription MenV SiiiU Overcoats Odd Iantc Fancy Vests Boya Suits nUll OJd Punts Overalls 1Vorka Shirts Dross Shirts UmlCrwcnr Collar Suspoudera Koektio Mufflers Silk and Linen irnntlkorcliiof Socks IlnUr Collar I let Buttons Cull Muttons Stick Pins Gloves Umbrollns fonB Walking Canes Shoe 1olich Shoo Laces I I SrOES FOR MEN DroM Shoos york Shoos Booted ugh Top Shoos Boots Kuhbcr loots Itubbcr Shoos t J LADIES SHOES J t ItLadies lubboii Childrona Rubbers Trunks Uags 1Suit Orts 08 mOo Ueinpnibor that when needingnay of thoeo nrttalu thoro is but QUO place to got than you knor Como in nUll we will toll you nnd chew you H j McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY NO BETTER OUOH REMEDY is made than our Compound Syrup of White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle sasl t a PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGE When you think of ALDRIDGECI think of Roofing The best ROOF PAINt furnishedMand put on S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky r t 1 If You Want the Purest and Best 4 Drugs get Them from i lvdbd0 t STANFORD DRUGCO a C tiJ Half Price 30 Ladles Goata Black nud Colors All new goods bought tIsIsea ton You eau take your clioico It juet llalf price One Third Off tits price of any of our Raincoats All sew nud of beet material Buy ono of theso nll Ihe year rounl garments at n saving of ONETIIIItD ISTANFORD KY JAN 10 1008 I TRY somo our Pure Olive t t MR JOHN PERSONALS TURNHULL Is yo hero from Stroud Okla tDn J W ACTON of Kingsvllle was I JULIUS yesterday VON GRUENIOAN of Nicholas vllle was here Tuesday JuDaK M C SAUFLEY spent Monday I and Tuesday in Frankfort I DAVID RoniNSON of Louisville was t with his brother Mr Sam Robinson I ALL of the typhoid fever sufferers are doing as well as could be expected t MISS EUZAUBTII Lures is back from a protracted visit to Lexington relatives MISSES ANNA AND UBTTIK WARREN who havo mild cases of typhoid fever I are doing nicely HON J N SAUNDEhs wife and lit tie daughter Sohpla went to Louis J villu Wednesday Miss BESSII LEE FOWLE left Thurs day for n visit to friends in Paris Car lisle and Mnysvillc MR AND MRS M S BAUaH AN were vin Frankfort with Mr and Mrs Shelton M Soufley this week 4 bliss LENA RBYNOLDS returned Tues day from a visit to relatives and friends In Nicholasvillo and Lexington MR It L WARNER and handsome wife of Anderson Ind arc with his parents Mr and Mrs P G Warner Mn CHARLES II NORTH orders his paper seek to Birmingham Ala where ho linn located for tho practice of law W A BltoOKS of Crab Orchard and Jesse Menshon of Corbin were pasI ncngeni on yesterdays Southbound train MR THOMAS H SHANKS alike is now with his cousins lion W II Shanks in tho INTERIOR JOURNAL building JOHN N MI1 FEE JR Is now agent for tho New England Mutual Life Insurance Co See him If you think of carrying n policy MR II C BAUOHMAN was up from Harriman Tenn Wednesday Ho told us that tho banking Institution of which splendidlyi4 H DR A S PRICE dislo cated his kncocap somo 10 days ago was hero Wednesday to see Dr E J Brown Ho will be able to resume his practice of dentistry Monday yf J LOCALS ATTEND tho rink tonight over 1HigginsRoosts for rent store BIG rink tonight Come curly and avoid tho rush MORTAL man never saw finer winter weather than this LOST between Crab Orchard and Stanford a walking cane Dr A S Price I WILL continue to mnko photos at COc per dozen for 30 days longer Frank Cordier Rowland SILVKRLACE Wyandotte Roosters of pure strain for sale Mrs A J Rico R F D Moreland Ky 10 j IK you era in need nnovercoat suit underwear shoes etc buy same a cost from Cummins McClary Supri SINOI TON will pay tho Llrt coincounty teachers their money for the f nth of December tomorrow Satur Jay I WANT to put in a crop of tobacco on shares with some good Lincoln or Boylo county farmer Reference W S E B Denham the Stanford coal deals ers J Y Qoodpaster Paris Ky R F D No 1 Box 82 IWUlLE from Shelby l City section the other night somo ray cal stole a leather bag out of Rev R 11L Mahonyfl buggy It contained a raincoat suit ofjundcrwear etc Mr Mahony will pay a reward for the re turn of the lost articles LINCOLN county democracy Is faring pretty well thank you just now lion Harvey Helm is in Congress Senator R L Hubble Is a Lincoln county democrat Representative W II Shanks is ditto and Assistant Clerk of tho Senate J M Alverson and Doorkeeper of tho House A C Dunn are both Lincoln county citizens nndJemocrats Lincoln usually gets what she goes ufter SEE the Jactlon fence at Singletons STOCK and Poultry foal Singletons DONT forget the tonight Fri day 10th NEXT Monday is tounty court day Drop In and tell us some news CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop CUMMINS MCCLARY are selling their entire stock ofgoods at cost for tho next 20 days WE will try to do a cash business this year Please cull and settle your last years account Boazlcy fires Tile Ladles Aid Society of tho Chris tian church will meet with Mrs L B Cook at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon Los1 White female hound with blackspots on back and clouded cars Reward if found J T IL Jr Box 11 R F D 2 Stanford Ky Gov WlLLSON appointed Elijah E Harris as police judge of Lancaster to fill tho vacancy caused by the resignation of D W C Armstrong DR JOSRPII BECK has opened a den tau olllco in the Weatherford Hotel at Hujtonvillo and Is ready to wait on those who wish work dono in his line 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 priceseFOR SALESeveral cone pulleys small imposing stone lot of second handed type typo cases stands and other printers supplies Write or phone this office YOUR attention is called to tho adver tisement of Cummins McClary ThillI firm Is selling out strictly at cost andI you will save money by seeing their goods and getting their prices EIUnOIDEIIYWhllo your hand is In begin your fancy work for Spring Stamping by Mrs J S Kendrick 21G E Lexington Street with Mrs Ander son opposite Caldwell College Dan ville Ky NOTHING worthy ot mention has been done in tho term of court which bo gun Monday with Judgo N W Utley of Eddyvillc presiding Absence of important witnesses has caused the postponement of most all of tho cases that havo been called MR R E HUGHES son of Prof M D Hughes of Lancaster is to be president of the Kentucky Electric Co one of tho biggest things in Louisville It gives us pleasure to watch this splendid young man go higher and higher in the business world FINgDL D Beagle who was brought hero and placed in jail charged with attempting to exterminate his family at KIngsville was tried before Judgo J S Owsley Tuesday and fined 50 and given CO days in jail He was put under 100 to keep the peace LOST DocsTwo lack tan dogs ono wearing collar of E II Walker one wearing collar of T C Lpar Brod head Also two spotted bitches ono with collar of E II Walker and one with collar of Woods Walker Disap peared Jan 2 in cedars of Gooch place Will not only be thankful for informa tion but will come after dogs and pay liberal reward Woods Walker phono 1C2 Paint Lick Ex LINCOLN county fared splendidly in tho makeup of the omcers at Frankfort Monday night Mr J M Alver son of this office was unanimously chosen assistant clerk of the Senate and Mr A C Dnnn of the East End distanced his competitors for doorkeeper of the House so badly that they withdrew from the race before tho homestretch was reached Good selections boUt of them Tim water works pay have re calved the analysis of the water apd no typhoid germs were found It was found however that one pool was somewhat contaminated by surface wa ter and water users are for the present advised to boil such water as is drinking From time to time analyses will bo mado and otherI phoid germs be found the public notified All possible steps are being taken to put and keep the water supply in tho very best condition Stanford Water Light Ice Co An Hobby ia ours to not carry nny goods over but ive nre going to lido it this timo even If it does cost us something So here goes nny Cloak or Fur in the house for HALF PIUOE With three months of weather before us requiring the use of heavy wraps this looks like a splendid ofler Come in and look nt these extra special values SEVERANCE SON STANFORD Druglbtoro Expensive REMEMBER that the rink will bo open from 7 to 10 oclock this Friday even Ing Better engage your skates early 1 AM agent for a city florist and can supply the public with cut flowers for weddings funerals etc J C Mc Clary WE wish to sell privately our stock of goods at Turnorsvlllo or will sell tho goods store and 81 acres of land If pur chaser prefers Tho location is the best in the county bang in a good section and at the forks of tho McKinney and Hustonvllle pikes For further Infor matlon see J F Cash Stanford or J IL Harris nt Turnersvillo TUB agony will end tonight when the appointIin Monday and at tho meeting that night tho bylaws were amended so as to hold a meeting this Friday night and elect officers Whether or not this procedure is legal wo are not prepared to say but we are informed that the business will bo transacted all the same About the first act of tho new council was td rescind tho order made by the old council to cut tho fee for collecting taxes from 10 to five per cent Each of tho members voted for this propor tion save Councilman J C McClary The old council would have reduced the per cent when the raise was made from sOc to 70c on tho 100 but the charter stipulates that no change can be made In the salary of an officer during his in cumbency and Chief of Police Jones had been elected for two years a year pre vious Mr Jones made between 1000 and 1200 out of tho office last year and to fill tho position of marshal antis factorily it Is well worth it Out the question is can the town afford to pay that much Tho city of Stanford is already nearly 1000 in debt and unless some saving is made we fear it wil get deeper Improvements are contem plated but from what source Is the money to romo The question will aim ply resolve itself into increasing the taxes to 70 cents on the 100 and If that wont run things Impose a tax on the various business enterprises So it will be seen that tho chances for heavier taxation are very favorable There Is splendid material in the new council and we hope and expect good work from the gentlemen composing It Our only fear is that they will let their zeal get away with their judgment in their ef fort to do things There are still three candidates for marshal with votes pledg ed to each and it is hard to tell whether the next chief cf police of Stanford will be J T Embry li D Carter or A C Alford You pays your money and takes your choice CHURCH MATTERS Rev J L Yandlo will preach at Omer chapel Rowland at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon Capt D II Goyen will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning when a large crowd will doubtless greet him Rev Gifford Gordon of Lexington will preach at Turnersvillo Sunday morning and at McKinney Sunday night Rev D W Scott of Lexington has been called to tho pastorate of the Glendale and Ellzabcthtorfn Christian churchesRev New probably the oldest Baptist minister in Southeastern Ken tucky died at Correll just over tho Iulaski county line In Wayne county Tho Christian church has called Rev Walker of Hinton W Va who preached at that church Sunday last Mr Walker has not given his answer yet Services at tho Methodist church Sun day next Sunday school at 945 A M J A Allen superintendent Preaching at 11 A Subject The Word was God John 11 Epworth League ser vice at 630 r M Marshal Stone leader Preaching at 710 p M Subject Authenticity of the Scriptures All cordially invited 19 nttend these services Pastor MATRIMONIAL Tho Corbin Times tells us of the marriage on Now Years day of Miss Maud Davis of Williamsburg to Mr Jasper J Bryant of Corbin I R H Metcalf tho clever cashier of the McKinney Deposit Bank and Miss Lizzlo G Beck tho pretty daughter of Mr J L Beck also of tho McKinney section were married in Lexington yesterday Mr Metcalf camo to Mc KInney from Paint Lick a year or more ego and has mado many friends in hl adopted home lie has also made an enviable record as cashier of tho above institution Miss Beck is a handsorrc brunette and Is exceedingly popular The two have been sweethearts since their first meeting and the marriage is the culmination of a courtship which ran smoothly from the start The INTERIOR JOURNAL joins their many friends in wishing Mr and Mrs Met calf all tho happiness that can come their way HIGH Our schools have closed and there are a lot of children running around who ought to bo studying Old Santa Claus did not forget the homes of Walter McGulTey and Walter Young for In each they have a new boy to mike music these long winter nightsEld Carr in closing his pastorate of the Christian church preached n num ber of interesting sermons during the holidays He went from here to Eu banks and preached Saturday and Sun day Fred Cook of New Albany who had the misfortune to lose part of his mov picture show and household goods lingfire some time ago is again going the rounds with his show nnd gave three exhibitions at the school house last weekMiss Fannie Hatfield and Cyrus Johnson are attending school at Bcrea Miss Fannie Young and John and Elbert Young are at Union College Barbour ville M O Surber has moved to Burn side W C Young has moved to Stan ford and taken a position with the Wa ter Works Co Robert Mnrtinof Paint Lick who recently bought the F A Rogers place has moved to it Sam Light and sons Roy and George of Stanberry Mo arc here to spend the winter with the formers daughter Mrs J G Baugh Mrs C M Young and daughter Serena after spending tffo months in Louisville nnd New Al bany have returned home J A Bry ant and family of Somerset spent the holidays with relatives here Ben Chest nut has gone to Somerset O E Floyd of Nicholas lIIe was here this week A G Faulkner was at home Sunday J 0 Terry of Somerset spentseveral days with old friends here SKATING RINK riar Stanford Rink Club What to do in DyspepsiaDi- eting has become a great fad ia IUIteating The one is as bad as the other Man needs food and plenty of it to sus competeinIt is not however the fact that you may cat too much that hurts you but that you dont digest what you eat And It that results In dytpepsla you will not cure the trouble by cutting down your toad sup ply It your digestive organs were creating tho proper amount of gastric and peptic Juices you would have no dyspepsia To cure the disease you must create anabuudanceof these necessary ulcer ThIs can only be done by arellabletoalolaxati- vea and as lie name Indicates Dr Culdwclli Syrup Pcrnln contains the very Ingredients needed to do this Take It regularly tor awhile according to the explicit directions on each bot tie and you will soon be cured of dyspepsia and any ot the accompanying symptoms such as heartburn sour stomach bloated stomachhlves pimples sallow complexion wind on the stomach etc Every bottle carries with It an abso lute guarantee to do what we claim It Is a ten tie pleasant effective laxative and you will like Its taste and be eased with Iu action IsIcairO companies that ought at tho battle ot Santiago while In the wet trenches and eat- Ing tho rough food of a soldier ho contracted severe dyspepsia and lost weight rapidly A friend is th regiment called his attention to Dr Culdwells Syrup 1epsln whichho promptly began to ue It not only cured his dyspepsia but Increased his weight 42 pounds Your druggist will sell you a bottlo at cent or tl and you will tlod worth a hundred times that to you II FREE TEST Those wlthlng to try Dr Cad wells S Pepsin before buY Ing can have a tree sample bottle trot u their home by addressing the company Ibis offrr Is to prov that the remedy do at we claim and It only open to those who hive never Ukrnlt Send for you have any symptoms of stomach liver cr disease Gentlest ofdfolksPUBLIC VERDICT Laxative So Good and Sure as CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product Deus purity guarantee 17 Washington D C PEPSIN SYRUP CO IUO Caldwell Dido Monticello III Half Price Any childs Cloak in the house These are nil excellent values and this is an opportunity seldom offered Half Pricef- or nny Fur in the house About twentjfive pieces left amljybu certainly should own one nt so small a cost efTEN LADIES SUITS all black good staple styles tit 8760former price 81350 to 820 South East Corner Main andIDepot Streets Spring Is Coming f t But Our Spring Goods Are Already Here Now is the boat time to do your Spring and Summer sowing and we have the material you nre in need of Come in and let us show you nnd supply you with Hamburg Laces Cotton Goods anti Linens Wo have colored Linen in Plum Tun f Pink and Gray nt 25c per yard White Linen in 86 inch at 35 and50e per yard Persian and French Lawns at 25 and 35c Blench Cotton Lousdale Long Cloth and Nainsook in abundance Buy now while our stock ijnew and he- avyTRIBBLB t t HUGHES Dry Goods Notions ShoesiOpera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 MoneyForYou Big Reduction in Clothing and Hats to make Room for Spring Stock f Choice of my 8 and 10 Overcoats at 5 All 12 anc 13 Suits to Clean Out at 8 9 Suits at 550 8 Suits at 4 Jho Special Prices in Shoes and Heavy Underwear Produce taken in exchange at hfghest market prices Please call null examine my stock MATT ENGLEMAN Mt Salem The Lid J The Lid J The Lid I It is off on prices at tho Emporium at Hustonfvillc We are price fighters Your Lid Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected tho cream of the market for you Come and be convinced in this line Wo undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses nnd Childrens We can lileaso you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from suit all We carry a general line Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a pair of Shoes I dont wonder thateyou have been disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our Fall nnd Winter stock is now full and complete Como and inspect our stock I know I can do you god Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter The NorleigQ Diamond Rotary Washer Isja Washer which pleases everyone Come in and let us show it to you Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky THE SAFEST AND QUIOKEST WAYT TRANSFER MONEY IS BY I LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED The Interior Journal Entered in the Post Oficeat Stanford III itoondcltui matter QfLIBII D TUBIiDAVS AND miDi1 T rill 100 PER YEAR CASH IWWhen not eo paid JJOO will be charged L N TIME TKBLE No Houth1121 pM No I south IJso p x No SI North 4tJ A K No a North 5117 p M JOS Se RICE Agent Jesse W SweeneyriOF- BIKTOR i Livery Food and Solo Stable i Lancaster Ky BeD CARTER I New Liver Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Joseph 3244 Vol Ie pure bred and lim been accepted for reg istry In the trt volume of The American Tamworth Hwlne Record Atsoclntlon Hook under the rulesof the association nnd will be No 9214 ns Above Hire Edward No SW ttaam Alexandra No SOT Hire of Hire Maple UCllfr Bruce No sou dana of BlroOnnndfan Nellie Hire of lain Kentucky 1101No 17M dam of dam Ooldon It It well known thnt till Tamworth Hwlne Is the highest on tho market Ills film Edward weight MS at years 0ldl801d to uml hU dnm Alexnndrn forlUHO Ills weight attat mouths Ho crosses well with every breed I will star him nt U cnsli JOHN COOK Stanford Ky Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus anGardend t aloguc on application H F HIUESSIKYKII SON- SLexington a Ky JLBeazleyCol UndertaKers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery I STANFORD KY It Office Phone Home Phono POSTED strictlyforbidassl on our place mid will prosecute vl lowlAIxellples- Mn Wulter Wllrrelt Mrs Mattle White Hlmpion Ilros Tlnsley Hpooimmoro I w Garter lien PMartin M K tAwreiice Heulien Curtis L JH Ilocker J M 1ettui T A lUre Morgan Uhappell Ainandt SohnelTer Ireen Kerrlll JI Uoltzilaw 11V Mr JK 1ulllnin It L IulllomtMrt Katherine Ado- rMessertlaxlon Ashley Ullimnon James N Oat J Nevin Hurter O Mllnck Joseph MItLytle MnJni Itnlnet 0OnrlenterMrslteleccultCnrlsruter yThOIllUDavid Hurton Hunch MO Ulchnnlton dLose KriiHt MU Muttle Howe llelc wnlMlch Ilroi Fred VonOruengan H Kdalnci TraylorLllburnboock J1OWIIWill Helter It O l1l1elle n WO Floyd JWIookSJ U Jarvli GVJlI lr Mary UClYeus flJohnUanTre Ior M U Klnioru Jin N tl bode David Stevens HO uurliain VUllout sotlibQltck Fred Hundorf Adeline Craig FARMERS DEPARTMENT W H Knifley sold his fine two year old Silver King stallion to Robt Allen of Casey county for 200AdatrNews J T Dudderar sold to A M Pence a bunch of 1100 pound cattle at They were contracted for some ago Dogs raided the sheep of Mrs Wm Warren the other night and killed and fatally wounded 10 othersAdvo cate The Frankfort State Journal is still talking about big corn but it hasn told of any that comes up to S K Dud derars seven cars that weigh Il pounds A L Glass brought to the State Journal office seven ears the weighed 10i pounds It takes Lincoln county soil to grow corn The Board of National Directors o f the American Society of Equity in session at Indianapolis offers through its president C M Barnett of Hartford a reward of 100 for anyone wh furnishes sufficient evidence any member in good standing who has taken part in the recent raids of the night riders in Kentucky By the car load tobacco from the dis turbed districts is being smuggled into the Louisville warehouses It is impos sible for the farmers to insure this their only convertible product and they prefer to have it safely under lock in the metropolis Each day the tobacco center is blockaded with wagons load ed with the brown weed for the vaults says a Louisville dispatc- hChamberlains Cough Remedy a Safe Medicine for Children tiIn buying a cough medicine for children never be afraid to buy Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no danger from itand relief is always sure to follow It is intend ed especially for coughs colds crou 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 prevent 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 Epldemecy Unlversialls ILL Name oh Doctor name your fee Name Ill pay whateer it be Skill like yours I know tis high Only do not let me die Get me well of this and I Cash will ante instantlyC- ONVALESCENT Reduce oh Doctor reduce that fee Reduce or not a cent from me I am not a millionaire But Ill do whatevers square Only make a bill thats fair And Ill settle presently WELL Charge oh Doctor charge your lee Charge Ill pay it futurely When the crops all by are laid When all other bills are paid Of when again of death Im fraid I will pay itprobably A Cure for Misery- I have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says RM Tames of Louellen S C Its called Electric Bitters and comes in cent bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and it put yellow jaundice glean out of commission This great tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief In all stomach liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame back Sold under guarantee ai Pennys Drug StorebAt last he sighed were alone Ive been hoping for this chancerSo have I she said very franklys Ah You have guessed wanted to tell you that I love you Yes and I want to say No and get over with How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitijally constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating- the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orion Laxative Fruit Syrup ddes not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleas ant to take 1ofuse substitutes G PdnnySecretary in annual report Congress strongly advocates creased pay for the army His esti mates for the support of the military establishment during the next fiscal year are 11 000000 in excess of last appropriations Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out tree on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are to the peoplewithout a ponIys costthe great value of scientific prescription known to drug everywhere as Dr Snoops Remedy Sold by G L Pen y The water consumed in London each year would fill a trench 2400 miles long and 10 feet deep A Higher Health Level- I have reached a higher health level since I began using Dr King New Life Pills writes Jacob Spring Theyo9 pillcdisappoint you on trial money will be refunded at Pennys Drug Store 23c The residence of Wf3 Bingham and the Northern Methodist church at Pine vilie were destroyed by fire The fire started in the residence and spread tot the smaller buildings adjoining and ig Biting the church The loss is cstimat 1cd at 20000 partly covered by insur once 11The Price of Peace The terrible itching and smdrtln incident to certain skin diseases 1s almost instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Salve Price 23e For sale by all druggists onitwas and Helen It amounted to 3100 pounds which was worth about 15000 at the prices which prevailed at the time egg The widow of John A Baker is dead at Nicholasvilie QUAIirKULV REPORT OF TOE peoples Bask of fIuSrogvill e alille close of business Dec 31 1907 RESOURCES LoansanlDlsteunlsi16ir11Overirs n03 Overdrafts unsecured Due from tanks SleJn 2i Due from Stite Uanks Rinken SI 102121 Due from Trust Companies 5 flanking louse anJ tot 4091 M Other Real Estate eooo oo eeopOther Stocks anj BonJs oooo Specie ll4 fit Currency M9IOU I4IExchange for Clearings 4 Io Other Items carried ai Cash 11000 W Furniture and Fixtures 24 8 Fund to pa i Taxes Current xpeoses lut qusrter2i Previous Quarter 7o96 i87Give description location value ind how Ion owned all leal route except lollfnyolIeJlonltI LIABILITIES Capful StorkuWlnInnsh22000Su- rplus Fund Undivided Profits folbwssisr 8258 Due Depositors as Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid KS Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is paid cooooOa Demand certificates of deposits 06000 onnwhich Interest paid oo cod Q Savings deposits on which In terest l paW oooeo oo Certified Checks Due National Hanks Due State Hanks ant tankers SAW Due Trust Companies SiS W 43I 41 Cashiers Checks outstanding Bills rediscounted IMG w Unpaid dlvldnds po coo 00 Taxes due and unpaid 00 00 Capital stick not paid SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm In cluding In the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual mem bers thereof or Indirectly If sucH Indebtedness exceeds to per cent of cap hal stock actually paid In anJ actual anountof surplus oflhe bank tJ3 0o How Is Indebtedness stated In above Hem secured Morlgwe See Sec sJ Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer amount of such In debtedness exceeds to per cent of paW up capital stock of bank SISW oo Sec sal Statutes MortgagerDoes Person company or firm Including In the liability the liabil ity of the Indlvilualumembers thereof ex ceed to per cent of paidup capital and surplusIf amount of indebtedness Amount of last dividend oo Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before di cUi Ing dividend and was not less than 10 per cent ol net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus funs before sail dividend was YesSee sot Kentucky Stabiles l47as 71 STATE OP KENTUCKY SS County of Lincoln J Peoplestankof HiKtOQvllle in sail county bring duly troves says the foregoing report lslnallrropecbetrue state ent of the condition of rata at the dose 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Kvnnt fiirm This Is line land and In good condition tall nccpjsnry building Thl It n bargain nt tW per acre No 1074 acres near Htnnford Ky In nice lit with nil necessary bulldlngtvtc can bought worth the money Ior full pnrtlrulam In regard to nil the nbove fiirnu wee or rlt iHIt lushes or James I White Htnnford Ky Great Reduction I In order to make room for my Spring stock of Buggies I will for the next 30 days sell what I have now on hand ata great reduction in price Call and seet E T PENCE STANFORD KY f you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me VieJP MoRoberts L onuccisn STANFORD J Claims and Collections t 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 and exchanged If you have any property for sale or exchange write to us We are the oldest ti and most extensive advertisers of any real estate agency in the State References Any Bank in Somerset Address it r Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ivy TO HOUSEKEEPERS L The Standard Oil Cos a f INCORPORATEoIj i Celebrated Lamp Oil b FIRE PROOF Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is su perior 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 t 1 from GEORGE H FARRIS First Nationalor Stanford Kyt BankCapital Stock 50000f This Institution was originally established M the Deposit flail of Stanford In IBIS tben rvorganlted ai the National Hank of Stanford In 1805 and again reorganised at the FIrst National Bask of Stanford in I883 having bad practically an uninterrupted existence for 43 yean It li better supplied now with facllltlci for transact lag Diiilneii promptly and well than ever before In Iti long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car poratlons Solicited Officers J I 1IOOKEH Preit T litmus V Pre J J McHonKura Obr W II WRAUENAt Chip Directors I1fT Harris Stanford J B locker Stanford K L Tanner M D Elmore McKinneyIiHllaugbman T P Hill JI Robinson lubblea J U DauRbman Stanford J FettDi Stanford OK Tate Stanford the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stniiford John B Foster Stanton W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walker TraylorGilbertsII Cummins 1reachersville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky Irw