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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ie J TuB INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 14 1908 NO 90 A Small Business Those Democrats who forgot to voto last November and those who bolted their party nominees and voted the Republican ticket will learn with some ourprise that Coy Willson has directed Mr Redden tho supervisor of printing to have new checks printed with tho likeness of tho lato Gov Goe bel eliminated and tho picture of Henry Clay substituted Tho first surprise will be to learn whero Gov Willson got tho authority to do this There Is noth t ing In tho law that makes a Governor tho official designer of printing orI the arbiter of engraving The Governor nover sees any State checks except his own monthly salary The second surprise will be that a non partisan Governor whose aim Is to lift tho State out of tho ruts of par ty politics should seize upon this opportunity to show his hate for a man whom tho peoplo of tho State elected to tho high office of Govern or and who was foully assassinated by men of Governor Willsons pout I ical faith It is a small piece of bUB1 ness that Gov Willson should be asham ed of Frankfort Journal ITho following is from the pen of tho wife of Editor P J Campbell of the Somerset Journal Not mnch change since tho new date Now wo write It Nineteen Eight Not much change that I can see Samo old copy same degree Same old office same old nook Samo old empty pocketbook Same old doings in Somerset Same old hot air you can bet Same old boasting in the land That will surely beat the band b Samo old jokowo used to hoar Lived until this good Now Year Sane old Journal cant bo boat Clean Instructive newsy neat aMoan to take it sure as fate Sign up now for nlnctoonolght Same old taxes nndO gee Same old wrltcrn B c When tho Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves got weak then these organs always fall Dont drug tho Stomach nor Htlmulato tho Heart or Kldnoya That It simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to Druggists vv rywhcro as Dr Shoops SUe tora ttive Tho Hoitorattvo Is prepared ex I r ss1y for thonowoalc Inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build thorn up with Dr Snoops Restorative tablets or liquid ami see how quick y help will come free anmulo host sent on request by Dr Snoop Racine 1ts Your health Is surely worth this simple lost Pennys Drug Store i H NEW LAW AS TO NEWSPAPER Sun 8CIIIITIOSSAn order promulgated on December 4 denies to publishers the privilege of sending copies to subscrib era as such after a specified term lowing tho expiration of tho subacrl J tion Hereafter publishers of weekly newspapers can not carry subscribers in arrears for more than ono year somi weekly more than nine months tri weeklies longerthanslx months an dallies longer than three months For each violation tho publisher will bo fined one cent for each four ounces Since tho average newspaper weighs four ounces orMOM each paper sent to a subscriber In arrears for a longer perl od than indicated will cost till publish or 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 accordingly Simple Remedy for La gripper grippe coughs are dangerous ns they frequently develop Into pneu monia Foloys Honoy and Tar not y only slops tho cough but heals and strengthens tho lungs so that no serious results wired bo feared life gohiilno Fojoys Honoy and Tar con tams no harmful drugs and Is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes G L Penny Now tho season of tho green apple has arrived said the teacher and Ycsaum shouted Tommy quickly You should not Interrupt me Tom my but how did you know about it 1 Ivo hadlnsldo information maam John Fay released from the peniten tiary after serving a threeyear term for setting up a game of chance was rearrested on his arrival at Mt Ster ling on several charges ono of them be ing shooting with intent to kill Robert Vajighan a Lexington boy who was struck in tho stomach and in jured while playing football was operated on It was found that a tumor had resulted from tho injury Its hard to feel when Ilfcis sweet That all Is for tho best lie tried to walk across the street And the auto did the rest Tho slaughter of Russia amounts to 25000000 animals per year Great Britain uses 72 pound of salt per capita per year BRODHEAD Earlo Tharpe aged M son of Mrs P W Tharpe procured a piece of iron pipe plugging ono end and putting u large quantity of powder In at tho oth cr Ho touched It ofT and tho results are ono eye almost If not entirely out the other badly Injured and his face and body badly burned Mrs Elizabeth Owens aged 81 wife of Rev Martin Owens of the Ottawa neighborhood after a lingering illness passed away last week She was an es tunable lady a devout Christian and greatly loved by all Sho was tho moth er of our druggist J F Watson she having been married twice Last Monday about 8 A M Mrs Amanda Sigmon wife of John Sigmon paused away Sho had been a sufferer for a long time and death did not come unexpectedly Shd leaves besides her husband ono son Grant Sigmon of Corbin who is a conductor on tho Cum berland Valley Division Rev A J Pike conducted the funeral services last Sunday preaching an excellent sermon from tho text She Is not Dead IIaC ter which her remains wore laid to rest beside her daughter In tho Baptist church yard- Granville Owens was In Mt Vernon last week Albert Hiatt son of Allen Hlntt of Matt is clerking in tho bank hero Miss Cora Wesley has returned to her homo In Liberty after spending several days with her aunt Mrs Dur ham Several prominent railroad offi dials remained here over night last Wed nesday They came on U special train and the object of their visit is being guessed nt Charles Lyons and wife wero with Mrs Mary Albright Mr Lyons Is looking after his timber inter oats near here contemplating putting in a saw mill soon Capt Joe Doody ono of the most popular passenger con ductors on the L N and runnlhg between Corbin and Norton was hero to attend the funeral of Mrs Sigmon IN MEMORIAM In memory of F S McClary From our midst the hand of God Has chosen a rare rare gem tins robbed his wife Of whom her soul loved best One of the noblest of men Ills dear little babes wishing for him Miss his kind and loving care Out God chooses wisely Wu must not complain That which is our sad loss Is heavens great gain The one He has taken is happy we know And just waiting his loved ones To come to him there Where sorrow Is not known Neither pain nor care Yet our hearts ache in silence For his presence so sweet And wu pray that in heaven donePthat ab sent one Aaa Foolishnessda or n cold or when your throat is sore U Is rank foolishness to tnxoany other madtolno than Dr KinRsew Dteoorary says C 0 Eldrldge of Empire Ga I have used New Discovery seven years and I know It Is the betl tweedy on earth fur coughs and colds vroup and nil throat and Ring troubled My children are subject to croup but New Discovery quickly cures every attack II Known tho world over as the King of throat and lung remedies Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store OOo and 81 Trial not tit free Rev Jnmw A Kayo of Oak Park III charged with having in his posses sion molds with which to counterfeit Government coin with intent to defraud tho Government was found guilty by a jury in the United States court Special Announcement Regard ing the National Pure Food and Drug Law Wo are pleased to announce that Foloys honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affected by tho National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and wo recom mend lt as a safe remedy for children and alults G L Penny The American battleship fleet ar rived at Rio do Janeiro Sunday after noon Tho warships were escorted into the harbor by Brazilian cruisers and tho naval and civic authorities gave hearty welcome The city was illuminated at night in honor of tho visitors A tree which they were cutting fell on John Cooksey and Lewis Harmon of Allen county and both were so badly injured that death followed Oscar L Darling of Amnltyvillc LI I Is the father of 27 children 22 of whom are living NEWS NOTES Drunkards nre maintained In the county prison at West Chester Pa by a tax fund derived from dogs Fritz Zieger n 11yearold boy of Evnnsville Ind fell into a kettle of hot sausage and was fatally burned Tho Illinois Central has discontinued all of its freights from Sunday service except those hauling perishable goods Gov Willson received a petition containing 150 names from Oklahoma Okla requesting him to pardon Cale PowersIt said that the Kentucky Distil leries and Warehouse Company has de cided to remove its offices from Frank fort to Louisville At the request of the Mayor the to bacco buyers of Paris have agreed to stop receiving deliveries after present contracts are fulfilled Thomas E Oldham of Lexington was called from his home on pretense if a mission of mercy and was slug god and robbed of SO Two Negro farm hands were killed by a posse at Hawkinsyille Ga They had assaulted a man and his wire for robbery it is supposed President William W Finley of the Southern railway emphatically denies the rumors that receivership proceed ings arc to be commenced against his his company Sixteen children were killed and 40 others wero injured several fatally in a jam during u rush for better seats at an entertainment in the public hall at Barnsley England George A Pettibone recently ac quitted at Boise Idaho of complicity in tho Stcuncnberg murder is ill at Los Angeles and will undergo a surgical operation at an early date Seventyone witnesses have already been examined during the investiga tion Into tho cause of tho Monongah W Va mine disaster and probably a score more will be examined Four fireman wero killed by falling walls while fighting a fire which prac tically destroyed the Parker building a 12story business structure in New York The property loss is estimated at 1500000 Mount Vesuvius continues to throw out ashes and incandescent material from its crater the cone of which formed by the last eruption collapsed recently the earths tremblings being felt for long distances The jury in the Harry Thaw case was completed and sworn in Friday Court adjourned until yesterday when the prosecution presented its case Assist ant District Attorney Garvan made the opening statement The Appellate Court of California gave a decision which released ex Mayor Schmitz from custody and de clare the indictment on tho charge of extortion void This decision probably affects tho case of Abe Ruof Jeff Savior was shot in the face as a result of being mistaken for a wild turkey while hunting in tho Pine moun twins in IInrlan county Saylor concealed himself in a clump of brush and Floyd Howard seeing SaylorR hat took it for a turkey Tho weekly statement of the Now York Clearinghouse Banks showed a surplus of reserves under the requirements of the 25 per cent rule Saturday for this first time since the financial stringency began in October The sur plus was SfiuiW060 Members of the Society of Equity ut at Lexington have on foot a scheme to go before the Fayotte county grand jury and askindictments against the agents of the American Tobacco Com puny on the grounds that they are violating the AntiTrust law of the State A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stashed by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it Is ay thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation oven to very young babies The wh losomo green loaves and tender stems of a lunghoallng mountainous shrub furnish tho cura Live properties to Dr Shoops Cough Bum It calms tbo cough and heals the soro and sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injulro or sup pross Simply a resinous plant ox tract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor uses Uio Sacred Herb II Always demand Dr Shoops Bough Dune Pennys Drug Store Spencer T Hancock who died on January 5 at Manchester Va aged 86 years wrote out instructions for his funeral 20 years ago keeping a list of pallbearers substituting from timo to time names of friends removed by death Disturbed ThoCongregation The person who disturbed tho con gregation last Sunday by continually coughing is requested to buy a bottle of Foloys Honey and Tar G L Penny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Robert Dennis of Mercer county is ill withsmall pox George Stephenson colored was fined 100 ror selling whisky in Danville O V Vickery has been appointed countydpostmaster at Norwood Pulaski coun ty Ira Peters n well todo cititizen of countybR P Pike who killed Joe Mize at Livingston was held over to Circuit Court in 3500 which ho gave Chas King who killed Bogue Young at Boone Rokcast1e county was held over in 2000 which he was unable to glee Tho wife of Frank E Cleland of Danville died at the home of her par ents Rev and Mrs Willis G Craig in Anna Bright was burned to death at Richmond and her mother was probably fatally injured in attempting to save her The stage running between Burnside and Monticello was robbed of several pieces of baggage which was not mis sea until Monticello was reached L C Storris of Lansing Mich aged 70 secretary of the Michigan State Board of Charities and Correction died suddenly of heart failure on a Queen Crescent train near Somerset The body of Thomas McEwanJ tho Ludlow Pullman shop employe who was sent to Livingston Sunday week was found in Roundstono Creek near that place Foul play is suspected Mrs Dove Grady aged about of near Paint Lick while looking after her stock was instantly crushed to death by a part of the stable crumbling on her See is survived by a hus band who is old and blind a crippled daughter and an imbecile son In an altercation at Shopville Pulaski county between Postmaster Harvey McIIargue and Claude Price McIIargue was shot and killed and Price proba bly fatally stabbed The trouble is said tohave resulted from McHargue ordering Price to refrain from calling on a young woman In the postmasters homeWalter Jones a sixteen year old boy met a strange death at Jellko Ho had climbedan electric light pole Falling a short distance one of the iron steps on the pole so caught his clothing that ho hanged head downward In this position ho was allowed to strangle to death while n large crowd of men and women stooil about afraid to touch him tearing that he was charged with electricityW Owens the Burr merchant began business six years ago on 55 and two yearling calves During 1907 his sales amounted to 1095600 and in six years 3695600 Losses In 1906 one half per cent 1907 one and ono half per cent Eggs handled in 1907 amounted to 92044 W J Sparks has recently added 50 Bulgarian laborers just over from Turkey to his quar ry forces at Mullins Station Mt Vornon Signal FROM THE ANTILLES Chamberlains Cough Remedy Benefits a City Councilman- at Kingston Jamaica Mr W OReilly Fogarty whq Is a member of tho City Council at Kingston Jamaica West Indies writes as follows Ono bottle of Chamber lains Cough Rerajdy had good effect on n cough that was giving mo trouble and I think I should have been more quickly relieved If I hud continued the remedy That it was beneficial and quick in relieving me there is no doubt and it Is my intention to obtain anoth er bottle II For solo by all druggists TeacherWillie what made Colum bus think the world was round 1 Williel guess cause it didnt give him a square deal The finest ColToa Substitute 5 over made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Raclno Wis You dOQt have to boll It twenty or thirty min utes Made In a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation over yet produced Not a grain of real Coffee In it either Health Coffee Imitation is rondo from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expert wero ho to unknowingly drink it for Coffee Pen nys Drug Store W E Estcs general freight ngentjof the Central of Georgia was accident ally nrtd perhaps fatally wounded by his wife who was handingjhim artvolver thinking sho heard t burglar J Will Gaul bert vice president of the PeasleeGaulbert Co a widely known business man and ono of tho wealthiest men in Kentucky is dead in Louisville SLE1iMG CutPrice Sale I All Winter Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost I norde to make room fot the large stock of SpringiGoods that is to come in soon 820 Mens Suits cut to 81398 1750 1248 1500 II II 1148 1250 II II II 048 1000 II II 748 750 II II II 408 85 S6II II II 848 815 00 Moiia Overcoats Cut to 81008 1210II II 818 1000II t 608 75O800 4 08 5110 t IunII 348 1500 Mons Crnvinette Rain Coats Cut to 1008 1250 898 1000 II GAS 84 Melts Higll Cut Shoes cut to 8348 8850 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to S298 sa Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 82 48 The above aro only n few of the Bargains we have for you Come in nUll see what we have SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc 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 B T PENCE STANFORD KYrr s mw f shry rNn atir ei The Interior Journal K c WALTON countyti L M BRUCE Iiacandidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the fiction of tho Democrat party JAMES Co HAYS CO1l1tlIUbjed o party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Ilncotncoun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party s DemocraticlTlcket For United States Senator J C WDKCKHAM RECOMMENDING 500000 to furnish the million dollar capitol and an appro priation for a new executive mansion Gov Willson seems to be anxious to get rid of the surplus the democrats left in the treasury We predict that in less than two years the finances of the State will be in as bad condition nsI they were eight years ago when Ex Gov Deckham took charge of affairs and the belief is not father to a wishI either TilE Kentucky Union of the Society of Equity met at Henderson Speeches were made condemning Gov Willsons charges and declaring that the society in Kentucky was greater than tho Gov fandthat the national organization eclipsed President Roosevelt withI Secretary Taft thrown in Did any body ever hear of anything more ridic ulous AFTER taking six or eight months to make up his mind Pearl Wight of New Orleans has declined the position ofI Internal Revenue Commissioner to suc ceed John W Yerkes The president is finding it difficult to fill the place of kid glove Johnny Tim wicked city of Danville has li censed pool and billiard rooms This with a bucket shop and a tenpin alley will give the young citizens of Little Britain a chance to spend theirs and their fathers hard earned cash TODAY at noon a veto U S Sen ator will be taken when we believe and hope that Nominee J C W Beck ham will be elected Unless there are traitors in the democratic camp he will win on the first ballot POLITICAL W F Neikirk of Springfield was appointed Fire Marshal Lewis B Thomas five times Mayo- of r Bloomington III and a prominent Republican Is dead Justice John M Harlan says ho is out of politics for good and will re main on the Supreme bench Gov Hughes boom for the presiden cy was launched in New York at a Hughes dollar dinner given by the re publicans of the 29th Assembly District Gov Willson will not have a private office in the new capitol preferring to have his desk in a corner of the gener al reception room where ho will be accessible to all callers Republicans of the Seventh Indiana district at a meeting in Indianapolis t adopted resolutions strongly indorsing the candidacy of Vice President Charles I W Fairbanks for the presidential nominationRepresentative W J Jackson of Fulton and Hickman counties draws 102 mileage He resides six miles from MillsiPoint in Hickman countyI and has a long distance to travel to get FrankfortGov refused to approve the appointment of D W Clark of Barbourville as State Labor Inspector made by Commissioner of Agriculture- sM F Rankin Thomas D Davis of Maysvllle will get the place which pays 1200 Senator Clay introduced a bill authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury toI issue on the credit of the United States 350000000 of noninterestbcaring notes in addition to the United States notes In circulation in such form as may be deemed expedientINo member of the lower house of the State Legislature will be unseated it isI said and the Representatives have practically decided to allow both Republicans and Democrats against whom contests have throughout the sessionISignor A Scalvini a representative of tho Italian government is in Frankfort to confer with Gov tobacco situation He has been InspectI ing his governments properties in dif ferent parts of the State and will demand protection from the Governor 1Stanley Milward has declined the ape pointment as Fire Marshal and it is reported will be named by Gov Will I son as a member of the State Board of Control of Charitable Institutions W H Neikirk of Washington county is Raid to have been offered the fire mar shalship by Auditor James and to have accepted C M Barnett declined to accept the appointment as Fire Marshal and also resigned the presidency of the Amer- Ican Society of Equity Mr Barnett said ho realized the Insurancd companies were opposed to his appoint ment and as he did not desire to em barrass the administration he thought t best to refuse the place promised himThe Senate at Frankfort adopted a resolution providing for the appoint ment of af joint committee to thoroughly investigate the tobacco situation In Kentucky The committee is given power to summon witnesses and em ploy legel counsel It will also be structed to inquire into the feasibility causing convict and reform school labor in tlmef manufacture of tobacco President Roosevelt is said to have predicted to callers at the White House that Secretary Taft would be nominat ed for the presidency on tho first ballot The president is quoted as saying that Secretary Taft would have in the convention a solid South a solid West and probably a solid New England that he would have many votes from the Eastern States and probably majority of the New York delegation CHURCH MATTERS- Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning The cornerstone of the new 65000 Methodist church was laid at Lexington Sunday Rev FrankB Clelland of Harrods burg has declined a call to the Presbyterian church in Mt Sterling Rev W 0 Cochran of Bristol Tenn has been called to the pastorate of the Georgetown Presbyterian church Rev Walker of Hinton W Va has accepted the call to the pastorate of the Christian church here and will take charge the first Sunday in Febru ary The Barbourville Baptist Institute which is controlled by the Southern Baptist Convention has been promised the sum of 25000 from an outside surce toward the erection of a dormi toryAn interesting Rally of tho Christian Sunday Schools of this county will be held in the Christian Church here Wed nesday January 22nd The sessions will be held at 10 AI and 130 p M under the direction of Robt M Hopkins ofj Louisville State evangelist No set speeches will be made but helpful conferences and discussions are to be had on vital Sunday school topics that are uppermost in the enthusiastic forward movement which the Sunday school is now making everywhere All superintendents officers teachers and Interestedworkers are urged to attend this rally at Stanford Capt D H Goyen preached a most excellent sermon at the Christian church Sunday morning The weathe- was very inclement or the church would have been crowded with friends of tho ats things that are Caesars and unto God the things that are Gods His sermon was full of good things and fur nhhed much food for thought It was couched in beautiful language and wa an oratorical effort Capt Goyen is full of information on any and all su jects but especially is he conversant with gospel truths We hope he can be persuaded to fill other pulpits in Stonford for it is a real treat to hea the wonderful little man- MATRIMONIAL Thomas Mooney aged 14 choked to death on a wad of tobacco at Vinecnnes IndCharles Blerlein and Miss Sallie Rothwell Garracd were married las weak Terrell Jasper of Mintonville and Miss Bettie Tilford of Liberty were married last week A J Hasty aged 66 and three times- a widower will be married Wednesday- to Miss Fannie Mendix aged 36 Miss Kathhrine Taylor daughter ofI Senator Robert L Taylor of Tennes ec and Matthew H Taylor son of Robert Taylor of Trenton Tenn wero married in Washington Edward Burch at Hampton Va and Irs Meadowing in Winchester Kyhwere married by long distance phonpa Rev H W Stuart officiated from the Winchester end of the lineIDr Edward Alcorn of Hustonville announces the engagement of his daughter Miss Ann Catharine Alcorn o Mr Hill Spalding The wedding will take place in thelopringSundays ourierJournal Thomas C Adams for years editor of the Pantograph of Richmond andp lately identified with the revenue service was married at Lexington to Missd Nellie Peyton a wellknown the public schools of Fayette Rev P F Adams father of tho groom offici sting h Dad Stomach Trouble Cured Having been sick for the past two years with a had stomach trouble a friend gave me a dose of Chambry Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets They did roe so much good that I bought a bottle of them and have used twelve bottles in all Today 1 am well of a bad stomach trouble Mrs John Lowe Cooper Mulpe These tablets aro for sale by all druggists J Why Suffer from Rheumatism Do you know that rheumatic pains can berellocedy If you doubt thIs just try one application of Chamber loins Pain Balm It will make rest and sleep possible und that certainly moans a groat deal to any ono afflicted with rheumatism For solo by all druggists Ah explosion of natural gas in a Jop tin Mo hotel killed the clerk and fatally wounded Mrs John E Stevens GOOd Business for Sale My roperl IIntlfilurnl stock of mer chandlioatcoit one and lhe furtherinformnneatiouN n noaiKMnrksburyKy Stockholders Meetingll Ameetlngof the tlonal Hunk of Himtmvlllo their banking housolnliustonvlllo the see and 1a January llU bet wwii and It A for tho purpose of electing director to none tho ensuing year J 1Ylfockgnnah- leLStockholders Meeting A invetltiK of the utockbolden of the Mn coin County National Rank of Htnnfont will bo hold at their banking hou o the teconi Tuesday In January for the purpose of electing din ctora for thu rusting year W M IIUlUlITCnililor Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office McKINNEY MARBLE 2 GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Iknlorp in mind nianufuilunn of Ornnllo mud Marble Monuinont Klr tt lam Work nt Ri aKOimble Trice Olllcv und storks Mi Klnniv Ky Hhop closiil on Haturtliiy SKATING RINK- FriaayNight Stanford Rink Club a QUVHTERIY HElOUT dTIJR Crab Orchard Banking Coat the close of business Dec 31 1907 RHSOURCES trOrerJtafts ftcwcO tllOvffilrattedDue from iulloiUl Oinkt StM ea DaefromSUlellaaksltmaken Due tram Trust Cemraate 4 1 5 1- 5ankin seanJLaL I0u w Other Real EtUte o rIallag u U Other 1Ibttd 0000 Slake allJ UMdi our II urrency tae W 401 Ie Exchancc for uredmipta u t easuu Fund to Taxes t lot ywncr PreTlosgsnrtrrb r IeJ Sts o Give description kcatlea value and how long owned all teal estate except banking house ant lot any owned long yearsr LIABILITIES Capital Stick pull cash 4H600 Su rMus Fund Mfe cI Undivided Protits 17D- ue Depositors as fnltowsvti Deposits subject to cheek on which Interest Is not pU 4iM5 Deposits subject to check on whkh Interest tlSIJooo 00 Demand certificates of deposits whkhlnteristls easeTime certificates of deposits en entterest Is pod ooooo 00 Certified Checks 4tS5 80 Due National Uanks Due State Uanks and tankers Due Trust Companies qulstanJII1aBills 4000 oo Unpaid dlvtdnds 00600 Taxes due and unpaid Or tea lleterred lot UK 3m on Capital stick not pall SUPPLEMENTARY Highest mount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm In eluding In the liability of the company or firm the liability of the teem his thereof directly or Indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds to percent of cap ital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the bank done How Is Indebtedness stated In above Item secured See Sec Ky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer amount of such debtedness exceeds per cent of paid capital stock of bank JiVw oo Sec Kentucky Statutes How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm Including In the liability of the or firm the liabil Icy of the Individual members thereof ceed percent of paidup capital and actual surplus No If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend oo Were all expenses tosses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before luing dividend and was not less than ro er cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to he surplus fund before salt dividend eclared Yes See Sec 506 Kentucky Statutes JC2878 o7 STATE OF KENTUCKY ss county of Lincoln UanklsgCoof Oral Orchard In salt county being duty sworn tags the furtwlnCle1OII Is In all rtspKts true state ment of the condition of said at the close of business on the Xlit day of Dec tW7 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is male In compliance with an official notice re ceived from the Secretary of Stile designating the 31il day of lw as the day on which such report shall be nade CllntleyJohn KJiuliton N My commission expires Jan 28 Jaus J C Halley Cashier W Perkins Ourtla Oo rer JII leq Directors INSURANCETire Lightning Windworm Wfe and None but tbo HTKONQKHT and BEST Companies Heprwsented Lowest Ios able Hates Guaranteed 1osi Paying IU0 nit Unequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but first class Companies Rcprc rented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Stockholders Meeting theFlrstNationaltlirlr lutnktng house time second Ttlesdti In IMtlnlldlrOttlrJOHN J IdtUK1oI1I8hlr GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy raadymnde olothlng when tfcfrs s so little dllTervnr In thu price of rvnay aindo suits mud a suit mad to your nnviiury token by an wxperUnevd tallur I hnvd han1somelinruf Vail und Winter tcxxti ma make Iron n low nrlco huslrms nll to Ibe Slnrsttlresaatilt Also Oreontl Trout Jrl and Knnoy Vlta The company I represent U second to none II IV UUlLKY TheTallorf mu Mo marge fori xaininitiionor oi nuucal ly teitlntl iyes liy uplmlnti ini tlnxln Pro onkvstyleanti tnutrrtnl Mitlifiiotoryrvrinancntlyrbnrg i iiHMli rule Omtral Tlrltln llull lln llu tonvlll Ky L r JliWKLL JrlllhIAtlIllt rIt THE MIDWINTER TERM Vhlcli U the rub trm open Jmi II t Ixtjou want to bs R unit In the llvnt iniMt ainbtlloiu inthukUwitr aitd prohiwlonal body of icnrh n wr natbrml to ether rr niwly In KHlltrn KrnluckyT- II to your County Hupertntrmlriil now about apH liitiiiiit to frw tuition If you tint out iilremly dun w end writ to IlVdlilriit uf lb K K N H for million tllliii butt what tutllu you il sire lIlItoas itN KiiAItK ItlrbiiHml Ky Cough Caution XeTeMttdUvelynererrolKxiyourlunrt Jfyoa cougli oven from a simple toltl oolou should Iwaythoolsoothe andnuvtba Irrlutol bron chlal tub Dont blindly suppreu It with a stupefying poison Its itrmngo how ym thlnrs Shoopbaamixtures or prescrititloni containing Opium Chloroform or similar olson And nowtl ilttlo tAIJPlfIferyroodIIliereaflerforthlrveryreaanumMhen- and others should Inilst on bitTlngDr fchoopi Cough CUro No poison marks on Dr Shoo a latuls and none In the medicine elw It must by law bn on the label And Its not lysafe but It It Mid to bo by thorn that know It bwt a truly rc nurkablarough remedy Take no charted then particularly with your children Itulit on having Dr Hhoops Cough Cure Compare carefully tlm- Dr Hfioop package with others ml note lledifference No polon mark there You can always be on the taro tide by demanding DrsShoops Cough Curerill SALE AT FONTS DECO TOIL Contral Kentucky Real Estate Excliuiijje TITLE CO Noltncrea on HIH Waynisburg pIke near HlKlilandSrooin bonsu burn IIIIroth uroutbulldlnKnlc orchard TliUiiroiw- rtyli near cllurc and acfool laouso U well IN-ONor1aYuuroSndleaMouth l of Ornb Or clmrdon thu Htata road hex u two atory house good hunt oruliurd and U well water ed about acres of this land U bottom land nnd productit lino trope A bargain at llror K cusp bnlanco In one and two years No 3118 acre on Illicit Oreck mnr Way nvsburg 4room house barn nnd other out 5f2o4151castle molt Ky Tutu torso Inn u new i story frame house would cost to build now jiU good burgs crib Ac located near church mud school Thus Is u nice homo and can bo bought furlO per acre y cash re matador in months No6I acres adjoining the nbovo farms aero In culthlIt un of rooms good barn nnd other outbuildings nlcu orchard One of the best sprlngx In hn coun ty rrlcoJVXJO half cash balance and 2 years No 621 acres adjoining farms Not 4 nod acres cultivation balance tn tim lot Good white oak hickory and some fine cudar line 2story log huge null good orch well whitened Cash price ftuw No 7 SiOiicros near Marutsburg Jlooacres In cultivation dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings water nnd school church and It It illation 1rloe 5355 H cash balance in one and two jears NoK21ner8IIPllrCullwIIY Ky nearly all of this farm Is lIottollllllnd II no for corn elIrwbllrnmites front hereto College Josh price OANoPGtncrea on lrako Creek 1 wallow from Oral Orchard This farm adjoins the Luke and h part of the Oeo Lyons htrm Is line land and In itood condition all necessary buildings Ihll la u burguln at joo pr acre No lo1 acres near Htnnfonl Ky In nleu IIIIIU wIth aecossurybull1111gseto can be bought worth the money For full particular In regard to all the above farms leo or write L U Hughes or James I White Htiinford Ky r Refflindorl1- 1 ft a reel it5s45nic and spurn well spent to ocauifjnnlly loll J t you of the Jinny Little Thing we have in st- ockClothing b Or ovarytlaetription Mens Suits Overcoats 011 Pants t1nuoy Yosts Boy1 Suits milt Old Pit II tI Overalls Work Shirt Drop Shirts Undorwoiir Collars Suspenders Naktiess t Itifllora Silk and Linen Handkerchief Sockj Until Collai Buttons Cull liutlonH Stick ring Gloves Umbrellas Yenta Walking CUll Shoo 1aliili Shew Laces FM sf SijOES FOR MEN Dras Shears Work Shut IJootca High Top Shoes floats Rubber Hoot Rubber Shoos tILADIES SHOESIn f Lading1 Kubboic Chllilrwii Itubban Trunk Rays Suit Qhi Etta Itunonibor that wiwii nwdh g nuy of these article thoro fc but one place to get Ultra you know Come In anil + x we will tell you ami show 011IH J McROBBRTS 9 STANFORD KENTUCKY NO BETTER OUGH REMEDY is made than our Compound Syrup- of White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle wllser in PENNVSi DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing t think of ALDRIDGEtWhen you think of ALDRIDGE think of Roofing yv The best ROOF PAINT furnished t1 I and put onJr v I SeH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky it i If You Want the Purest and Best j VW Drugs get Them from tv lI i STANFORD DRUG CO 7 r Remnants These are taken out of our stock during in ventory and are marked at onehalf and threefourths their value Dont forget to look on the Remnant Counter SON STANFORD KY JAN 11 190 R u TnY some of our Imported Puro OlivoI on cand toe it Drug IPER ALS Is In Casey county VMn J F Govnn went to Corbln Sunday MIss b Orchard Mn T was here l Mil AND MRS W II HIGOINB over In Louisville last week Mi J C LYNN was In Laurel county buying cattle last week Miss BETTIE PAxToN who has ty phoid fever Ie doing nicely Mil ED VAUGIIT of Danville has taken a position on this paper LITTLE Miss JESSIE LHII PHILLIPS h very low with typhoid fever Miss SUE WONKII loft this morning for Deer Creek Ind to rosido MR U II YOUNO of Louisville spent Saturday with Mr G B Cooper ALFRED PUNCC and J W Williams wero nt Richmond on business Sat t t urday MR DALEY HUTOIIIBON of tho + Highland section to very with con sumption MR M D GAMBII and wife havo sired of Cortn and aro farming in the HottBnd Mrt FRANK SII MUM and wife of I IndtonapoHs are With Mr and Airs J R Freeman Muwns PHIL AND WILL SOURS of Louisville are with Col and Mrs W II Duddorar MUM DBMIE PBTRBY of tho East end has returned from n visit to Mt Vernon friends TUB Current Event Club will meet with Mrs W A Tribblo Thursday evening at 280- MIC W H GOOCH tho Somerset jew ear orders his I J gent to him nt Science for a while Mils J S Rick won called to Cave City Sunday by the Illness of her moth er Mrs Mary L Garnett MRS JUUA P MARTIN will arrive this week from Charleston III to- HrMthort sister Mrs T P Hill HANDSOME Miss MARGARET GUITO- and brother Ay Culton of Crab Orch ard wore visitors to Stanford Friday tI loin AND MRS N C JON US and Mr J F Larue of Louisville are guests t tJot Col W huff Dudderar and family MR WALTER WARREN is HI His daughters Misses Annq and Bottle who have typhoid fever are convolesc Ing MRS MARIE WILLIAMS WBARBN o Huston vlllc has returned from n protracted visit to her sisters nt Oknlona- Mips SUNDAYS Courier Journal contained n splendid picture of lion Harvey Helm Congressman from the Eighth t GEORGIA LEWIS of the Crab Orchard Graded School faculty spent Saturday and Sunday with the home folks here MR L E HUNT proprietor of Hunts machine shops Somerset was hero lastI week working on D V Kennedy mill 1Cos JOHN WILLIAMS formerly of has moved his family to tho Walter S Warren form on tho Preach crsvillo plkoIOUR Hustonvillo correspondent Mr W R Williams is suffering from n v slight attack of pneumonia hence tho I absence of his stood letter Miss MARJORIE OTTER who has been with Louisville friends for some time returned Saturday to the homo of herI parents Mr and Mrs J 11 Otter Miss LOTTIE CARSON is rapidly convalescing from typhoid fever while herI little brother William who had fever in a mild form is about ready to get up COL JAMES W GUEST the mayor of Crab Orchard paid the House a visit and shook hands with many old friends Ho got the glad hand from every pnoFrnnkfort Journal MRS C C WILLIAMS and daugh tor Miss Ilisso are in Boston Miss Fannie Thompson of Prenchersvillo a guest of relatives here Atty J W t loft for Oklahoma fVernonREPRESENTATIVE W II SIIANKS As Blatant Clerk of tho Senate J M Alyer Senator R L Hnbblo and Doort of the House A C Dunn iooJ1on and Saturday at home in thisC Mrs W H Shanks returned to Frankfort with her husbands FRED VONALLMAN was in Louisville Sunday MR F J CONN of Garrard was In town yesterday OWSLEY DUNNS two little sons are very low with pneumonia BOURNE VANARBDALB the drummer was working our merchants yesterday COUNCILMAN ED WILKINSON Is on joying a much nestled rest with his wifes parents in Casey Miss MARY MCRODBRTS is teaching in tho Graded School whilo Mrs H D Phillips Is with her little daughter Jos she Lee who is very ill LOCALS SBK the Jnctlon fence at Singletons STOCK and Poultry foodat Single tons MORTAL man never saw finer w into weather than this ICLOTIIBS cleaned dyed and repaired Farmers barber shop FOR SAU1A 60egg incubator and brooder Mrs Henry D Holdorman Stanford CUMMINS McCLAiyr are selling their entire stock of goods at cost for the next 20 days I IIAVB for sale 00 saw logs dnd 80 cords of wood M F Lawrence H F D No J Stanford WB will try to don sash business year Ilomso cull and sotU your tae years account Beazloy Bros tS JAMBS W IBLLV a splendid cltiion and substantial merchant of Liberty Is dead of liver and kidney trouble JAM agent for a city florist and can supply the public with out flowers for weddings funerals etc J C Me Clnry f LOST White female hound with Llack spots on back and clouded oars Reward if founts J T IL Jr Box 14 R P D 2 Stanford Ky DR JOSEPH BECK has opened a dental olllco in tho Woatherford Hotel ot HuAtonvilla and is ready to walt on thojo who wish work done in ills line thisNcounty was cut a railroad man in it Lexington saloon Clark claims that Patterson stole money out of his pock oa Tim new machinery that it was necessary to buy for tho laundry has arrived nn expert will be here today and it is hoped that tho laundry will weekfTHE Casey County News does not know that Jesse D Wcarcn the insur countrydcontinues to speak of him as a resident of Lancaster blockA SPLENDID mare with two bullet holes in her head was found near Mr C C Terrys on Green river- a week or so ago It is not known wh tho animal belonged to or why it was shot to death MR M E PRUITT formerly of More land but for several years n resident of Burnside is one of tho big businessmen in his adopted homo Ho runs a largo hotel an uptodate livery stableI carries a big stock of furniture and is tho foremost undertaker of his town Ho is making money hand over fist WE wish to sell privately our stock of goods at Turneravillo or will sell tho goods store and 8j acres of landjf purchaser prefers The location is tho best in tho county being in a good section at the forks of tho McKinney and Hustonvillo pikes For further infor mation sea J F Cash Stanford or J R Harris nt Turnersvillo THOSE who failed to hear tho lecture of DoWitt Miller and the majority of our people did missed a treat The Reveries of a Bachelor was nt times amusing then pathetic and always in teresting It is n delightful lecture and Mr Miller makes the most of it IIi would have a crowded house were he to us a return date By thoway thet club which brought Mr Miller is losing money right along Tho club has one more attraction which it to be hoped will be better patronized tho three that have been hero It not speak well for our people that high closs entertainers as these have to show to vacant chairs Inventory Is over We have taken out the small lots and they are yours at a big discount We must make room for our new goods which are arriving every day SEVERANCE STANFORD frhmdsI I WILL continue to make photos a COc per dozen for 30 days longer Frank Cordlor Rowland SILVRIILACE ndottoRoosters of pure strain for sale Mrs A J Rice R F D Moreland Ky IP you rived an overcoat suit underwear shoes etc buy same at cost from Cummins McClary Tim Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars an prices Fon Several cone pulleys small imposing stone lot of second handed type typo crave stands and other printers supplies Write orphan this office rTim Wayne County Outlook is already printing the list of premiums to be awarded at the Monticello fair Sept 8 four days Theres nothing like taking time by the forelock- ESInn01DERYWhilo your hand is in begin vpur fancy work for Spring Stamping by Mrs J S Kendrick 216 E Lexington Street with Mrs Ander son opposite Caldwell College DanI vlllo Ky I WANT to put in crop of tobacco on shares with some good Lincoln or Doyle county former Reference W S E B Donham tho Stanford cool doalI RtIT Is good news to u allthat IrolI J W Ireland is to remain at the head of tho Graded School another year If was reelected superintendent by a unanimous vote as he should have been Wo move that at the next election l1eI be chosen for life Ho fills tho impor tant place just right LOST DoosTwo black and tan dogs one wearing collar of E II Walker ono wearing collar of T C Lear Brod head Also two spotted bitches one with collar of E II Walker and one with collar of Woods Walker Disap geared Jan 2 in cedars of Gooch place Will not only be thankful for In forma tfon but will come after dogs and pay liberal reward Woods Walker phone 162 Paint Lick Ex jBankinging directors were reelected for the jCoverP Bailey J S Broughton W E Per kins John W Holmes J H Collier Tho directors then reelected these omIcars J II Collier president W E Perkins vice president J C Bailey cashier This solid institution wench Bred the recent financial troubles 8plenI didly and is on a firmer basis than it has ever been Seo statement elsewhere CARTER ELECTED fAlfSIIALAfte a race that had been extiting from the start Bony D Carter was elected chie of police by the city council at its meeting beenoone cd was not nominated and consequently was not voted for Councilman B Saufiey nominated Joe T Emb and Councilman Ed Wilkinson put in nomination Mr Carter Unfortunately neither of tho city fathers indulged in oratory and the large crowd of tors was sadly disappointed NominnI tions wore declared closed and tho voting then began Councilmen Saufiey McKinney and Hardin voted for Mr Embry and Wilkinson Bcazlcy and Mc Clary for Mr Carter This was a tie and Mayor Florence broke it by voting for Carter The new chief of police is capable of making a most excellent ofcficial and we hope and believe he do it He has courage shrewdness and judgment three qualities that fit him for the omce That ho has a hard task before him no sans person will gainsay but if any man is equal to the occasion wo Relieve Mr Carter is Unfortunately our people do not stick to and back up their peace officers as they should but in this good year we hope they will change for the better and help Chief of Police Carter in the effort to make Stanford the best and cleanest in the State Tho other officers JIItreasurerexcellent selections allot to help tho now council can now get down to busi ness and proceed to make the best town on the map the best governed as well v J tTuE crowd at the rink Friday night was just largo enough to make skating enjoyable The doors will be open us usual next Friday evening county was the worst ever A small crowd was in town and the few who came seemed to have no reason for coming from the amount of business they did WE hope soon to see Chief of Police Carter in a brand new good fitting blue suit with brass buttons and the lates wooldnoth ing but right that ho should wear it TilE mantel in Mrs Jessie Stages chamber caught fire from the grate yesterday morning and the fire department responded quickly By the time putthowas done PREACIIERSVILLE is the latest town to open n skating rink Messrs R G Pettus and John W Cummins are the promoters and on each Wednesday and Saturday night the Prcachersville pee pie and others who may wish can skate to their heart content Mn R G JONES whose term as city marshal expired Saturday afternoon has served this good town well and is entitled to a rising vote of congratula tion and commendation During his cumbency he has never had to use his pistol preferring to quell the obstrep erous fellows with his billy instead of with his gun He has tried to put the businessoreasonably well at it One of his last official acts was to secure evidence by which Solon Craig colored who was serving out a fine for selling whisky was convicted on a second charge and given another 100 days in jail Mr Jones is getting along in years now and it is fitting that he should spend his remaining days in a business not so strenuous as that of policeman We are glad to know that lie has saved up considerable money and that ho can enjoy a much needed rest without fear of the wolf knocking at his door Success to the clever old exI chiefof police of Stanford A BEAUTIFUL PORTRAYALA few ago it would have been hard to a minister of the Gospel who did not hesitate to denounce the great mrfI of plays and almost all forms of theatrical amusement Today thanks to the plays such as Ben Ilur and The Holy City the drama finds in the church some of its staunchest advocates- It is a potent fact that tho antipathy which was once so universally manifested by strict churchmen toward the drama is gradually lessoning This encouraging condition has in no small measure been brought about by the arcanfenITho Holy Cify has been from the first production of the play been most addedryThe above mentioned attraction is booked to appear in this city on Jan 27th at Waltons Opera House and its performance here will be awaited with eagerness It heBusiness- Mr E K Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of Gucklens Arnica Salve It docs tho business I have used it for piles and It cured them it for chapped hands and it ured them Applied it to an old sore and it healed It without leaving a scar behind2c at Pennys Drug- Store It is stated Shahs jewelsj are valued at fifty million dollars City Marshals Sale For Taxes I thhOllrlIn front of the court house door In Htun fonl Ky mill nt puhllooutcry to the hluli pttiiml IKS t for cash In bund the following no much in ulllpayUtxes cost and penalty Ineludeslining KO JOVKHClty Marslml x rn i Dp wi i ITU 5iUIIITIlIIIIIliT AN I nltfCAIAuln RlhlukelyU G 10NKH City Marshal u White Goods Are arriving this weekiNEW EMBROIDERIES Coming in this week New Cottons Nain sooks Tray Cloths South IDepot IeswstWecan show you all you need in Black White Colored Grosgrane Fancies and No2 Wash Ribbons Also have the wide Black Taffeta and Moire for school girls Also see our new and full line of 5c and lOc goods TRIBBLE HUGHES I Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera e jSTANFORD 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 at 550 8 Suits at 4 Also Special Prices in Shoes and Heavy Underwear Produce taken in exchange at highest market prices Please call and examine mystock MATT lENGLEMAN Mt Salem The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is oft on prices at the Emporium at Huston tille We nro price figbtcltIYour I Lid Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have splccted the cream of the market for you Come and he convinced in this line We undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful Jut to select from Prices to suit nil We carry a general line Clothing Boots nnd Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a pair of Shoes I dont wonder that you have been so disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our Fall and Winter stock is now full and complete Come anti Suspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter The Norleig Diamond Rotary Washer Washer which pleases everyone Come in and let us show ittrto you Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY T3 TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED rs tThe Interior Journal J Entered in the Post Office at Stanford a H Ondclau matter PtTBLJBUnn TOKMDATS AND TKtOAX AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH When oat 10 paid StOO will be charged L N TIME TABLE No SI WouthllJl PM No rJ PM- No 24 North 141 A No H NortUXil7 P JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney rnomiETon Livory Feed sad Solo Stable Lancaster Ky B D CARTER New Liven Depot StrootPhono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Joseph 3244 Vol Is pure bred and tine been occupied for reg htrln Ih tint volume of The Tnmworth Swine Iteconl Association hook under the ruin of the nssoclntlon nnd will boMo82Hn abovo Hire Kdwnnl No 1011R1IirueNO Hire of Sire Mnple OJ dUIII of BlreCanndfon- Sire of dnm Kentucky not No dam of dam Oolden nvs o It Is well known that the tiimworth Hwtne Is the highest price swine on the market Hly sire IDoueoldbr1Wcrosses well with every him nt tl cash JOHN COOK BtanforJ Ky Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Wo employ no agents Cat alogue on application H F HIUKSMKYKU SON- SLexington Ky JlBeazleyCo UndertaKen and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Ottlee Phone Home Phone S3 POSTED e names below strlctl- yforbhlhuntbglfhingoranykind of Ires turning on our places vi olator to the full extent of the luw Alox Cooper Mrs Mary 1Mp lel 1 Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mnttle White inn sou llros Tlnsley Hpoonumore r W Ourter lien P Murtln M V Ijiwrence Reuben Clurtli r JH Mocker J M Iettus T A Hlee Morgan Obappell AiiHindt HchBHfTer Green Kerrlll J Holtzelaw GVItety rMriJK Iutlhini It li Iulllam Peter llaliner Mrs KatherIne Adnr lftrl 1mlon Ashley Olliinnon- Jaiiiin N Outili J Nevlu Carter O M1IIlCk Joseph llallou 1M11 IU Mrs Jill llalnes OninenlBcli 1rJCI lartrantur llAtwccii II W P Martin ThoatponIDavid M C HlvhitiiUpn Joseph Krimt Miss Muttle Iluwen llrox Fred Vundruengnii H K Oiilnth Albert VonQriKngan AT Traylor llllnirn Oooch N HPIumiuer Iluuiiiunn Hlchitnl Heitir lleterlaw JIlllrvh JW Hitugbninii J E Bruce J O Hprntt V Udoocli W II Illsney IIJ UnUerwoodiHon Mrs Mary Udlvvnst Murtln Alcorn- JOhllOIlIllUlilsch Wmoordler lor M D K more 0 KTate 4flanTra3 John Jufer Wu Itout jotlltiOllckC Fred Hnndorf Adeline Orulg 1i FARMERS DEPARTMENT Luther and John Underwood sold t John Lutes a ematl bunch of steers ai 31c Buyers of tobacco in Hopkinsvill have signed an agreement not to accept any tobacco which has been the Dark Tobacco Planters Associationd Earl Ferguson of Bourbon deliverer I to Jonas Well of Lexington 53 export cattle averaging 1525 pounds at5c Mr Ferguson also delivered to J B Hain of Fayette county 300 barrels of corn at 250 R A Dodd bought 3000 bushels of wheat this week from Horino Co at also 2000 from Frank Braden lOOC from John Simpson and 1000 from Calvin Blakeman Wilmoro Cor Jes samine Journal STANFORD COURTThere were a good many cattle on the market yes terday but the demand was not great Some good steers sold at 31 to 4c heif ers 3 tf3c and butcher stuff 2 to 3c Few horses and mules changed hands 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 there is no better medicine in the world for these diseases It is not only a certain cure for croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will pre vent the attack Whooping cough Is not dangerous when this remedy is given as directed It contains no opium or other harmful drugs and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For solo by all druggists What did you do James when Edward called you a liar asked the teacherI what you said that A soft answer turneth away wrath replied James Good boy What soft answer did you make queried the interested teacher Why I hit him with a rotten tomato said James 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 50 cent bottles It breaks up a ease of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and It puts yellow Jaundice clean 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 at Pennys Drug Store Thq Republicans propose to send Caleb Powers to Congress when he is pardoned for the foul crime withIwhich he is charged But is pardoned mark our word Commonwealths Attorney Robt B Franklin will yet send him to the try or the gallows penitentI 1a1How to AvoidAppendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orino axativo Fruit Syrup does not nau eate or gripe and Is mild and pleas ant to take Refuse substitutes G L Penny The President has written Gov Sparks of Nevada that the Federal troops will be withdrawn from Gold- field shortly after the Legislature meets The President has made public the re port of the investigating commission vhich declares there never was reason ta call for the troops The Price of Peace The terrible Itching and smarting ncident to certain skin diseases is almost instantly allayed by applying Hiambeflains Salvo I rico 25c Pori- salo by all Doctor druggistsI MnmmaI called to have my little boy accinated He takes everything ho can lay his hands on a Trial Catarrh treatments arfi being nailed out free on request by Dr Snoop Racine Wls Theso tests are roving to the peoplewithout a pen lys costthe great Aaluo of this identifies prescription known to drug- gIst everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by G L Pen jy In pursuance of the call of the governor the Nevada Legislature will convene in extra session at Carson City today to consider legislation for the cor ection of labor troubles at Goldfield A heavy snow and wind storm pu Chic ltos wire communication to other points out of commission Sunday A blizzard is raging in Milwaukee Charles Jackson an actor said to be a nephew of Joseph Jefferson committed suicide in his room at a New York hotel by hanging A Higher Health Lovol I have reached a higher health level store I began using Dr Kings Now Life Pills writes Jacob Springer of West Franklin Malno They keep my stomach liver and bowels working just right If these pills disappoint you on trial money will be at Pennys Drug Store 25c Will you saw some wood for your dinnerNom I dont cat woodIlouston PostA block of factory buildings was burned in New York causing a loss of about 500000 A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building CREEK IARGAIN STORE s Take no ono wont for It but route and toe All goods sold nt reduced price tens and tmllot tIIltrwenr and llulilier Men stud HuyiHults nt Cost will be very grate tul for your ItrollngeI IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac AnreeeendlnQsketebnddeerlknnii cqt4er ommuuka on ltentj rnlfrtn Oldest furiccuilniMUnK Patent taken throuith Jluim to rccdTl nollcr without cburso III Scientific flntcimA htndtomclf lllnntrstM wMklf Tr tit fit a eudeatirewdraler4hUNN Braucb l1IDce fiT COST 1 Owing to achange in our firm on Feb I and in order to reduce our stock 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 and Overcoats Underwear Shirts Odd Pants Hats and Caps Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Rubbers of all kinds Trunks and Suit Cases Remember everything goes at cost nothing reserved Come early and get first choice Terms cash noth ing charged to any one Also a Ha gan 6 H P Gasoline Engine and I Roth 50light Generator for sale CUMMINS McCLARY P S All persons indebted to the above firm will please call and settle HORSE BLANKETS Storm Aprons Carriage Heaters Blizzard Fronts Try Our Adjustible Blizzards W H HIGGINSI aE Ii FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS r VIA QUEEN s CRESCENT ROUTE II Winter Tourist Tickets GILIERT IIOI1Ulrlcllronadel1lrL Clothing WITHOUT CHANGE On Salo November 1st Good Returning May 31st 190711 Fur Information sad Iof hotels adJrtis D C RING C P O T A Ill Male St Lexington KJ tIf you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and mace from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B MtsRaberts LIJ DJJUCCIS1 STANFORD eIMaWLiI For Sale And Exchange INo aS5 Brick manufacturing plant ot 25000 capacity daily steam plant with modern equipments uburban new residence and 12 acres land liaictc resl dente in heart of town and other good property amouting to about 20000 Somerset for sale or will exchange for Blue Grass farm No 0 Fine two slory brick mercantile building with large up to date clothing and gents furnishing business and un- derlakers business operated by same firm doing business of annum also fine brick residence with bath room base ment hot air heat located on Main street in Moniicello This is an excellent oppor tunity for some one wanting an old estab lished business and one of the prettiest places in the town New railroad being built into the town which will soon be completed Write for full particulars for fine Blue Grass property Photo of building at our office No2 Itour room cottage new finish ed in oak at KlnRsville one acre Good location inns poultry farm Pace This was as Dank ot In then as the link ot Stanford in 1885 and agalu as First National flask of Stanford IB 1183 had an uninter rupted existence for 41 It Is better with for transact business and ever before In long honorable career 600 easy terms Not 6 General store at North Wayne doing fine business to exchange for S3ooo or 6000 farm In or Grass section Stock will Invoice about 4000 and will pay on for farm No 3o2 114 acres one mile east of lloyd Switch Somerset Stanford 13 miles from Somerset One frame house of five rooms and one log bouse of two rooms barn outbuildings Land lay well and produces 8 to 10 barrel corn- per acre If bought at once can be had for 1300 It Is a bargain No 294 Stock of general merchandise will Invoice between Sjooo and 4000 which Is doing business of 2o6oo annu ally In Somerset Reason for selling failing health If No 3 90 acres right at Waynesburg a good portion of it being suitable for city lots or can be divided Into suourban farms r of to acres each Price JSoo on good terms Wo Imvo nil kinds of properties for sale anti exchange If intonated write us tolling just what you want or what you have for eule or exchange Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky TO HOUSEKEEPERS The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED 4 Celebrated Lamp Oil FIRE PROOF Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is su perior in every respect to the SoCall edItFancy Oils for which you pay more money Try it convinced sale by all uptodate dealers Buy Your Groceries and Hardware from GEORGE He FARRIS First National Sank starCapItal Stock 50000 Institution orlJllnallyeltablllbed the Deposit 1858 reorganised National reorganised the having practically supplied now facilities promptly well than Its Corporations f Frazier county IuUskl difference exchange and and and be For Officers J HOOKER 1rttV TllAitHtt V Pre J J MoUOBKKTS Ohr W II WKAHKNAsst Ohti Directors V Ir Reid ianvllle 6 T Harris Stanford J Uocker Stanford K L Tanner McKInney M D Klioore Stanford H Ilaughman StanfordvT P Hill Stanford Jan Robinson llnbble J H Ilaucbman Stanford J M Iettus Stanford 0 L Tate Stanford the Lincoln oumy national Bank Of Stanford RcmucKy Capital 5000000 Ii Surplus 3000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT WX WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER 1 DIRECTORS l J B Ovvsloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walkier Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W iy H Cummins Prenchersville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky