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J THE INTERIOR JOURNALr p iIVOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 1908 NO 88E f1 MIDDLEBURO An effort le being made to securo i the services of EM J Q Montgome as pastor of tho ChristIan church nt uemito Tho ladles of the Christian church at Yosemite will Rive an oyster supper Saturday night Dec 19 Tho proceeds will go to the benefit of tho church John Coultor bonght the Cowan property of J P Hubblo for 800 and a small store room occupied by thn telephone exchange of F L Jones for 1150 McClellan McAninch who took Mar thai Lair and his bloodhounds to RUB sell county to trail Elmer Hill who murdered Mamlo Womack returned Sunday J C Foglo went to Lakeland last week to see Robert Fogle who Is seriously ill It was his purpose to bring him home but found him too low to be moved News of his death is ex petted at any time Mrs Amelia Wall of Arabia and Mrs W T Trimble Kingsvlllo visited their sister Mrs T S Benson last week Rev W G Tilford cams over from Eubnnks and filled Ms appointment at Daptlst church Sunday morning and evening Rev J L Owens preAched at Calvary Sunday Rev W W Hun closed a very successful meeting at SB lem Sunday Rev J L Owens will 4 organize a teachers training clue at the Baptist church when he takes charge of the church on Jan let Rev l Owens object is to bring the Sunday schools of the churches of which ho Is pastor up to a high standard and this can not bo done without trained teachers Politics Is on the move in this count just now Candidates are thick and busy Judge Raines is on the politics war path and says he will make Well and Wesley live hard boforo tho present preliminary campaign Is over Mr Wells is taking thins easy and claims to have the nomination won and it does look somewhat that way though there are those who think otherwise S G Elliott is making on active canvass for the nomination for sheriff and it looks like ho will be our next lax collector Almost every day a nice candidate bobs up for jailer and there are now some 12 or more scrambling for that oltleo Matters tire likely to become interest Ing before Jan 16 comes and wd dem ocrats are placing ourselves in position to get all the fun out of the fight we can as that Is all we aro expecting HUSTON VILLB You will make a mistake if you buy your Xmas presents before you lee the splendid selection of C W Adams 110 has the most comprehensive line over brought to Hustonvlllo and you can find in It a suitable present for you tether mother sister brother sweet hearts or friends Call at once and leO for yourself Tho Hustonvilla district conventIon assembled in tho Baptist church hero Dec G Rev Willis conducted tho long service Rave Barker and Taylor lee in prayer and tho convention was fa vored with an address on Sunday School Organization by novo Barker He woe followo by J F Holtzclaw with a talk Dr Barker T J Robinson and John A Blain were appointed a committee on nominations and reported as follows For president Charles Wheeler vice president George L Carpenter secre tary and treasurer Mrs David Skin ner superintendent of teacher training- C K McClure adult bible class Mrs J C Barker house to house visiting Mrs A J Adami homo department Miss Anglo Carpenter cradle roll Miss Mottle Lipps Tho address of Rev Taylor on The Essential Qualifications of tho Sunday School Teacher was a splendid effort and showed much study D C McCollum and Rev Jones made splendid talks and after a collection was oIrtaken up tho convention adjourned Marked For Death Three years ago I was marked for death A gravo yard cough was tearing my lungs to pieces Doctors failed to help me and hopo had tied when my husband got Dr Kings Now Disco cry says Mrs A C Williams of Dae Ky The first doso helped mo and 1m provcmont kept on until I had gained OS pounds in weight and my health was fully restored This medicine holds the worlds healing record for coughs and colds and lunglndtbrolltd1 It prevents pnemonta Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug 8tore360o and 81 Trial bottle free Charles M Schwab testified at the tariff hearings and asserted that the tariff is needed to protect the steel industry Mr Schwab was ly questioned about a letter ho wrote to Henry Frick saying that steel rolls were made in this country for 7 less than in England 4 Japan Is about to hake her first real census Heretofore the population has been estimated on the birth returns y Chicagos City Physician estimates there aro users of op ium and morphine in that city KINGSVILLE The Q C inspection train pused through hero Tuesday JTho debate at tho school house Friday night was postponed on account of the rain Ernest Flint is clerking In Walters storo Wallace Walter spent Sunda and Monday with his brothers at Stanford Will Carey spent Sunday with family hero He IB breaking on a local between Danvillo and Ludlow Attorney W S Burch was hero on the lOthand 11th telling the democrat voters how much he loved them andt trying to find out how much they loved him Nicholas Charles of Oakdale Tenn signal engineer for this dlvlalonI was hero doing some repair work for the Q C Ed Rlgncy is working as operate and agent for tho Q C at Waynes burg lie will be there until after the Christmas holidays Dr Acton attended the meeting of the medical society at Stanford He was selected as a del egato to represent the society of Lin coin county in tho State Medical Convention which is to meet in Louisvlll next October- C D Evans is building some additional room to his lumber mill Mr Evan rays he will erect a twostory upto Jato furniture factory upon the lot ad- Joining his mill if the people of this vicinity will take enough interest in the enterprise to purchase the lot and donate it OB a site for the furniture fac tory Such an establishment would benefit the town very much and should recclvo encouragement from all enter prising citizens Victor C Gllliland who is toachin the school near Duncan spent Sunda with his homefolka at Eubanks Virginia the tltree year old daughter of Morris Wall has been very sick but ome better J G Devaur of Wood ford and J II Yarnall of Jessamine were hero on a prospecting tour They ire Interested in the cultivation of tobacco and are thinking of locating In his section They drove the entire rip In a buggy in order that they might ice oil the country through which they lasted Miss Eva Francis is visiting cur sister Mrs W L McCarty al StanfordTho and business men had a nteting in Thompsons flail on the light of Dec 10 The question of rais- Ing a crop of tobacco next year wac die CUlled Quito a number of farmers ex reseed their intention of raising crop is the prices that are being realized now make tho cultivation of the weed very profitable Wo understand that Dr Thompson offered to give the lot If a tobacco warehouse should be built and operated for tho benefit of tobacco tale its here Tho object is either to form- a homo company or induce some indl ridual to build the warehouse This netter will be decided upon at some future meeting OTTENHEIM F L Davis Son have a nIce selection of choice Christmas candies and fireworks Anderson Nickttla bought a good bunch of yearling heifers from various parties They also bought a bunch of boats from Mack Petrey There is a new stock buying firrr horo It is Anderson Nickula and hey buy anythtng from a knob scrub hog to n thoroughbred trotting horse W T Whites school will be out Friday and ho will then be able to devote his entire time to his store and any ono ranting Xmas toys and goods will find hem to their satisfaction at his and John Wcntzela stores Both havo nlco selection- M F Boone who has been living at omeraot for three years has moved to this place and is running a blacksmith hop on an up to date scale Ho solic Ita a share of the public patronage Mr none It will bo remembered is a not ralborn genius and rarely ever meets an obstacle that ho can not remove He will be assisted by his brother Gray loone Medicine That is Medicine Ihavosuffcred a gooddeal with malaria and stomach complaints but I eve now found a remedy that keeps mo well and that remedy Is Electric Dlttona medicine that Is medicine for stomach and liver troubles and forrun lowncondltonssays WC Kiestler iHalllday Ark Electric Bitterspuri fy and enrich the blood tono upi tho crvc3 and Impart vigor and energy to tho weak Your money will bn re funded if It fails to help you GOo a ennys Drug Store Why dont you go down Mill treot 7 Well you see on one side of it lives my tailor and on tho other aido my loemaker while a canal rune through tho middle Meggondorfer Blaettor Provontlcs thoso Candy Cold Cur- eTabletiwlll safely and quickly check oall colds and the Grip Trythcm nce and see 4825c Sold by Penny rug Storo BRODHEAD Rev Pike flliedW appointment at Freedom Saturday and Sunday but on account of tho smallpox scare did not preach at Mt Vernon where ho also has of tho schools in this county willclose this and next week It Is claimed there has been more Interest taken in the common schools both by pupiland teacher this year than ever beforeTho next fifth Sunday meeting of the executive board of the Ilockcastle Dop ist Association wilt bo held with Freedom church Saturday and Sunday Jan 30 and 31 The program for the exercises has not yet been completed but will be out soon Mrs J W Newland of Lebanon Junction was with her parents Mr and Mrs G E Painter first of week Mrs Nowland will leave for Melbourne Fin soon after Christmas where she will spend balance of winter in search of health Mrs Newland says her condition noq is not near so bad as pople try to make It Every farmer who pretends to be a farmer and has not all his corn Bathe ed and cribbed should sell out and give way to a eure enough farmer Thero has hardly been a day this fall but work on the farm could bo done If there are not larger and better crops raised next year It will not be tho fault of tho country There is no timber to fool with and no public work of any const uencenothing to do but dig and wby not dig The night riders have note heard of these parts and a crop of tobacco would stand a good show Rev T M Smith after serving as pastor of the Baptist church hero three years preached his farewell sermon Sunday night Ho has made a splendid pastor endearing himself to the pcopl and has not failed to contend earnestly for the faith which was once for all delivered unto the Saints Rev Smith Is a young man was born and reared In Whitley county near Woodbine graduated in the Williamsburg schools afterward completing a course in tho Theological Seminary at Louisville EIo is in poor health and will soon move with his fatnlly to NorthwesternTexas naking that his home and try to ra rain his health This part of tho country is somewhat stirred up over a contagious deseasr which Is spreading very fast and colic by most of the physicians smallpox Ibo some of them claim different At any rate whether it be smallpox chick enpox as is claimed by most people It Is best to avoid coming in contact with So far it Is of a mild nature and those who have taken it claim it docs not sicken very much and all soon get lOver lU Drs Gravely and Carter contend that it Is genulno smallpox and are very vlgllcnt in trying to prevent It spreading Whether or not the diseas now prevailing in and around Mt Vet non is the same as that through this part of the county is hard to say Christmas week will in all probabilit bo a lively ono here Several attraction aro booked The Christian church Sunday School will give a free entertain vent consisting of songs recitations ele The Baptist people or a few members and others will give an entertain tnent on Dec 25th in the way of a play entitled Josiahs Courtship which promises to be full of laughter Jhe proceeds of this entertainment will KO toward paying for tho chairs in thi church Several socials are booked perhaps a wedding or two and judging from the amount of booze already com- Ing in and more which has been ordered it will be a lively place but w anticipate no bad times for our little own has the name of being a quiet ono This Is Worth Reading TAO F Zollnski of 68 Gibson St Buffalo N Y says I cured the mat annoying cold sore I ever hud with BucKlens Arnica Salvo I applied this salve ones a day for two lays when every trace ottLo sorowa gono Heals all sores Sold undo guarantee at Pennys Drug Store tact A little widow now and then Plays havoc with tho single men She smites our hearts with glances bright aware 0 men the widows smite Houston Pos- tGuilty Of Counterfeiting Passing counterfeit money Is no orse han substituting some unknown orthicss remedy for Foloys Honey and Tar the groat cough and cold remedy that cures tho most obstinate cQU1s and heals the lungs Now tantord Drug Co To The Democrats of The 13th Ju dicial District 1 am a candidate for tho Democratic minatlon for circuit judge of this district composed of the countiesof Lln colot Garrard Boyle and Mercer Mf C SAUFLEY LANCASTER Lack of water still prevents furnish- Ing the plant enough water to run lull timeAll the churches will unite and have ono immense Xmas tree at tbo court houseAs Christmas approaches attendant at the Sunday Schools is greatly hi creasedMaster Ccommlssioner J M Roth well who was accidentally shot is stil confined to his bed bnt is Improving rapidly Much more hoglrneat will bo saved than was at first expected That klllei during the first cold spell will nearly all savedThe club will give a swell hop at Armory Hall on the 22nd Smlttlei Harp Orchestra of Cincinnati will fUr- nish the music Tho Sweeney store room is undergo Ing extensive repairs including the placing of a plate glass front It will bo occupied by Smith Herring Tho Lancaster brass band will plaj for the Christmas tree at the court house Those in charge aro working hard to make the event one of great pleasure for the urchins Dr E II Pearce pastor of thi Methodist church delivered a most excellent address Sunday evening on the gathering of tho Council of American churches in Philadelphia All other churches discontinued their usual ser vies the congregations going to heat Dr Pearce We have heard much favorable comment upon the splendid work done bj County Attorney Joe E Robinson dur- Ing tho recent term of court Mr Rob neon is a good lawyer and an absolutely fearless prosecutor who gives his best talents to his duty He has made a splendid official T S Elkin who has conducted a neat market in Lancaster since the memory of man runneth not to the contrary has moved to Danville and opened a similar establishment Lancaster Friends wish him much success lib son Robert will continue business at he old stand in Lancaster Mr W B Burton shipped to Wilson N C Monday 19 mules and sixhorses lie paid an average of 180 for mules and 165 for the horses He sold a pair of mules to Pony Beazley for 320 Ur Burton is one of themost successful dealers in the State as well as being a mighty straight clever fellow Mrs Juliet Gill Rogers and Mr Ed ward Canard were married at homo of the brides mother Mrs Pattlo D Gil1 in this city Wednesday at one oclock h the presence of immediate relatives The bride is a great favorite with the social circle of Lancaster and is a lady- of many accomplishments Mr Banard is in the employ of tho U S Government surveying department his home saving been in Now York until recently when Washington City was made his headquarters The couple will reside in Washington After a brief illness Mrs Lucy Sutton died at her home near town Saturday Funeral services were conducted it the residence Sunday afternoon and oncluded at tho Lancaster Cemetery Mrs Sutton was tho widow of the late Henry Sutton and mother of Mr Clay Sutton She was widely connected and greatly beloved by all who know her ler pure Christian life mado many riends who deeply deplore her death She was a lifelong member of tho Fork ihurch and a woman whoso many noble deeds will live after her Mrs W S Elkin of Atlanta Ga Mrs John G South of Frankfort and Mrs Lottie Warren of Stanford attended the BanardRogers wedding Miss Jennie Lackey has returned from a visit to friends in Paris and Lexington Miss Mayme Ballard of Bryants vllle has been the pretty guest of Mrs Emma Higginbotham Mr and Mrs tanks Hudson have returned from Cincinnati Mr Leslie Herndon and bride havo been visiting relatives in this city edge and Mrs W C Bell have returned to Harrodsburg Mrs Bell is a great favorite In Lancaster society MIss Annell Tomlinson has returned rcm a visit to Lexington relatives Monday night thieves entered tho warehouse at the Pilgrimage Distillery property and bursting the head from a barrel took about 15 gallons of whls ky As there is no nightwatchman tho loss was not discovered until Manager T E Waterfill went on duty early next morning No clew has been obtained but as Uncle Sam never gives up on a case it is safe to say tho pars will be found Tho Pilgrimage is under able management of T E Wat erfill who is a splendid man for the place and who looks after every detail or tho property but as it is far from town and not under a nightwatchman tho wonder Is that it has not been entered before Ben Herndon is the orekccpergauger and is only on day James Carlisle aged 90 and a ellknown woman of Bullitt county dead coMMciM j H SENSE I Teaches you that it is wise to remember your friends with a gift that will be of service Se lect one from this list and make no mrs s Yt keit Alligator Handbag Gentlemen Suit Case Umbrella from 50c to 1250 A neat Overcoat A pair of Kid Gloves Box of Silk Handkerchiefs A dainty Muiller Silk Hose latest colors Patent Leather Shoes for Lady or Gentleman Silk Suspenders Silver Bucklcs A stylish Coat Sweater Late Neckties 25c to 200 A Vesttwo something new Box of Shirts UptoDate RepTop Boots for the Boy A Suit of Clothes Might Make Him Smile A Stetson Hat Would Improve His Looks Cummins Wearer STANFORD KENTUCKY to 00- o 0- c cr OO Q Q 0 J 0 0sp W O JIdU 0J rt nIr C h 1 4aU C N- n cr 00P Q C 0 JnP UU aonr a r nc- s s rtV 00 0 Of- Dt C 00 U C 0qC- o s J 31 0- C ii- a t7 v s I t7 arAtit 4- J r0 n Ca 0 1a a zt Z2 4 ZrcRri 0s v r d idI W H Higgins I Christmas Fruit is Arriving See his Window Display of Rochester Ware Fancy Lamps Bananas Oranges Grapes Mixed Nuts cr DQQQGQGG WeH hfGGIHSfIStanford Kentucky 4srr f l17 1The interior Journal E c WALTON THE following from the Elizabo town News expresses our sentiment 1cOlNlselyand wen that we cheerfully give it the most conspicuous publication possible The News took a firm stand and earnestly protested in the State campaign against Prohbiti being made a Democratic doctrin- The News is just aa much opposed only a little more so to the Demo cratic party being run as an asset the liquor interests The sym toms that such is the purpose of son toNopen and offer a protest before it is late The defeat on a prohibition pla t form wont be a marker compared the defeat that will follow if the liquor interests dominate tho party in i hoto next campaign FOLLOWING the reading of the pSes i dents special message on the Browns ville affair in the Senate Senator For aker spoke at some length and read several letters from Negroes discharged froni the service Senator Foraker advocated putting tho cases of tho troop ers in tho hands of a board of three retired army officers and sharply critic h ed the manner in which detectives have followed tho Negroes since their discharge r 4 OLD Virginia still wears the palm for furnishing presidents with Ohio a close second She has given seven and Ohio t five The Virginians are Washington Jefferson Madison Monroe William- H Harrison Taylor and Tyler havin been born injthat State Ohio has giv en us five Federal executives Grant Hayes Garfield Benjamin Harrison McKinley and Taft THE Kentucky Issue is authority for the statement that the whisky people j will abandon their fight in Tennessee having read the handwriting and that their attention is now turned on Kentucky THE anti saloon people seem to be on the increase in Boston That city voted saloons by a majority of 8000 Ifor a 25000 majority three years ago IT is said that the brewers and th wholesale liquor dealers have decide- to abandon Kansas and withdraw from a a losing fight to stem prohibition POLITICAL Senator Thomas C Platt isto pub lish a series of personal reminiscences s in a New York magaz5ne4 rThe republicans of will nominate a county ticket by a primary on the second Saturday in June Congressman Hobson has sued Con gressman Keliher of Massachusetts for slnndeivfixing his damages at 820 000 h Dr A D James has very sensibly decided not to contest the election R f Y Thomas for Congress in the- Harris issued a proclamation sailing a special session of the Ohio Legislature to meet in Columbus at 10I oclockon Jan 4 The Senate has adopted the House 1ment providing for the adjourn of Congress for the Christmas holidays from Dec 19 to Jan 4 Attorney Phil J Beard will be declared the democratic nominee for State Senator in the ShelbyNelson district M t all opposition having withdrawn Efforts on the part of the republican insurgents to revise the rules of the 5 House came to naught when a test vote showed that but 20 republicans would vote with the democrats It was authoritatively announced in New York that the offer of a cabinet position to Congressman Theodore E Burton of Ohio had been withdrawn and would not be renewed Mrs William H Taft wife of the presdent elect was elected honorary chairman of the womans department of of the National Civic Federation at its executive session in New YorkcPresident Roosevelt sent to Congress a special message on the Panama canal of purchase in which he roundly scored Joseph Pulitzer owner of the New York World The reading was greeted with laughter in both Houses Frank H Hitchcock is expected to solve the delicate problem of how much at of the Federal patronage in Kentucky Senator elect Bradley will be allowed to distribute Already there are seri ous disagreements in prospect among ed the Kentucky republicans over tho at pie Democratic Legislators aspirants for the Senatorial toga and the speaker Is ship of the House of Representatives at the coming session of the Indiana Legislature and applicants for appointf ments under Govelect Marshall held a conference and love Iy feast in IndianapolisIC That Jailers race was a recordS smash r Think of a difference one between the first two men of six between the leader and the third man and only about 150 between the winner an and the last man in a race where there were six entries and a largo vote to polledlTodd County Times IK NEIGHBoRING COUNTIES Cornelius Terhune a prominent cit- son of the Nevada section of Mercer county is dead 81on county is dead The president sent to the Senate the name of George W Hutcheson to postmaster at Lawrenceburg adyingcondte on result of a saw mill others were badly injured The sawmill was owned by Andrew Foley ve haod one of the Welsiger store rooms on Fourth street and are preparing loop XIup a meat market and grocery Advo cate toMrs Thomas Bolin fatally another woman near Jelllco She wo tho house and found her husband talking to the woman and struck he twice in the back with a butcher knife Mrs Bolin escaped At Nicholasville Archie White aged 16 was accidentally shot by his 14 yearold brother Ed In a soma Arch ie stood behind a tree telling his broth cr to shoot at the tree The bullet struck him in the shoulder inflicting flesh wound The boys are ophans MATRIMONIAL Nathaniel Weaver and Miss Lottie Myers were made one a few days ago 11 Arthur Lanham and Miss Mary W Pendergraph were married in Case Wednesday George B Dunn and Miss Cyrena Belle White both of Junction City weekgCounty Clerk Cooper issued marnageI license to Ed Willson of an Miss Minnie Ham of Madison McCarolthya successful merchant with his business in Crab Orchard Ky He was named for Gen George B McClellan who was visiting at the Harris home on the day of his birth Mrs Linnie Harris is ono of the numerous members of the Kraft family Her father and Mr H Kraft the president of our congrega tlon were brothers She had been ma vied before her first husband havin died a little over a We all enIeour church whenever they come to Lou isville Our Church Greeting CHURCH MATTERS The Baptist Association of the Uni ted States composed of churches not in accord with the Southern Baptist convention and Its mission workers convened at Fulton this State for a three days convention The union revival at the Methodist church rolls on with increased interest There were never four pastors more un tiring In their efforts to help a town than those we have in Stanford The UuiceHarbin meetiug is drawing large crowds and the singing is sweet indeed They seem to depend greatly on prayer for success Quite a number have been saved and new altars are being erected The program for Sunday services is as follows Preaching at all the churches Sunday morning by the pastors Young people union prayer meeting at the Baptist church at 3 P M Womans prayer meeting at the Methodist church at 3 p H Services for men only at the Presbyterian church at 3 P Rev Harbin will preach Union rally services at the Christian church at 7 P M NEWS NOTESIThe banking power of the world is estimated at 45750300000 the United States heading the list with 17642 700000Robbers dynamited the safe of the First National Bank at Eufaula Okla and escaped with a sum said to be at least 16000 The body of Chief of Police Biggy San Francisco who was drowned on the night of Nov 30 was found by the rew of a freight steamer James Walden a prominent farmer Monroe county dropped dead while saying grace over the sacrament at a Christian church in his county John P Ramsey a native of Coving ton Ky was elected president of the Chicago Alton and St Louis railroad the annual meeting at Springfield Charles Stoddard a watchman was burned to death in a fire which destroy the Southerh Oil Companys plant Monroe Ga The property loss was 50000IA Dangerous Operation the removal of tho appendix by a urgeon No ono whotake Dr Kings nile Pills is eversubjected to this frightful ordeal They work so quiet you dont feel them They cum- conatipatlon headache biliousness malaria 25o at Pennnys Drug tore Mrs James Bennett president of the J Kentucky Equal Rights Association in open to President Roosevelt shehopesan enthusiastic supporter of woman ty Is suffrage s Tho cleverest imitation of real Coffee HeattIa Made in just one minute No tedious fromlDrugIIeThe committee appointed by Gov of New to investigate Wall street expects to have Its report ready in time for the governor to avail- a himself of its information in drafting Inhis message to the Legislature in Jan uary Foleys Orloo Laxative cureschronlo constipation and stimulates the liver Orlno regulates the bowels so they will act naturally and you do not haven to take purgatives continuously New Stanford Drug Co atdntat Maysville as the result of the burst ins of a blood vesael whila blowing into Ira lungtesting machine Patna of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o Box Sold by Pennys Drug Storo IFour persons wore killed by the col neaburg W Va killinghisbegun at Irvine Wednesday Wt MCARTY It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coot dentocrauy IMBAUGHMAN loun7lubJect 1JOHN J M03ER- ti a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county Democratnr 0 par J M BRUCE counti1 o party JAMES C HAYS countAparty FARMERga candidate for the nomlna tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the actionof the democratic party WILLIAM J DUNCAN Iin candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic par ty- D C ALLEN U a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun lymbJecttotheaction of the Democratic party J W FOLEY li a candidate for Assassorof Lincoln coun tyiubject to the action of the democratic party J A DUDDERAR U a candidate for aueuor of Lincoln Coun ty subject to the notion of the democratic party W D WALLIN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon ty inbject to the action of the democratic party S M OWENS Ii n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon ty subject to the action ot the Domoerntlo party W S BURCH colamcountytesttttijecct totothelactionoof Democratic party M F NORTH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lln coin county subject to the actlongof the Democratic party T J HILL JR Ii a candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic path JOHN SAM OWSLCY JR Ii a candidate for circuit fudge of this the Hth district subject to the action of the democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer county Is n candidate fur Otmi roonwealthi Attorney of this the lath Ju dicial district subject to the action of the democratic potty PEPPLESJJOHN C Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to tho action of the democratic partyaIIWIs a candidate for Assessorof Lincoln connp ty subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES P BAILEY Is a candidate for Judge of tho Lincoln county court subject to the nation of the Democratic party W H SHANKSIIs n candidate for re sentattvuot Lincoln action of the Democratic party gIssubject to the action of tho Democratic party GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for Hunorlntendont of Public 11pcllollJAMES F HOLDAMtIs n candidate for circuit olork of Lincoln county subject to the notion of the Demo erotic party J D SVOPE thscounty subject to the notion of the Demo erotic putty A R WALLACE n ciimlldntefor Coroner of Lincoln coun subject to the action of the Democratic primary Feb II 11M NOTICE I The creditors of Mrs J Morton theirIHEV IlOltOHTON It Thomas KY FARM FOR SALE I a RralondlylnKthe pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water and troll Also izJ acres of tlmlwrrd land one mile Knit of MoKlnney half under fenwj plenty of water and good tobacco land tIe grow lag crop JAOIVNHAKtlItlcKIIUIV The Truth Every person In this city who iuuf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis atcuecanfindreliefandbepermanen ly a external use All durcuists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro ceries and lni it good bUll ness Will Invoice about ttJUM Reason health OKO D HOPlKltHlnnfonlKy PUBLIC SALE I I will on SATURDAY DEC M 1JW sell to the highest bidder some household and kitchen furniture some farming Imple menU about or locust wire fence posts good I horse dolt some loose nay clover and timothy mixed Rood family n lot of Hun Urphlngtou anti Plymouth Hock chicken two wagon harness Ac and other things not nametl I Terms made known on day of sale Nail will begin at o J It IIIUGIITNtantordKy Adorinas Fox Is a handsome large young Jersey Hull de scended from a and unbroken line o tbe most noted bulls and cow on the Is land of Jersey inland and America Jill sire II one of the best bulls ever Imported and his dent Is a show cow that has given pounds of rich milk In one day Ifyoube ll Like begets Like or the Likeness o some Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his service He will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for a fee of sendlnIcN 11We have to offer three extra choice bull calve that will be sold at right price CONCRETING We are In position to do all kind of eon cretins as Work larvmenl and In fact we can make any thing from a house down to a fence post We can curve you promptly ROIl ftnurnnUo rimemi pntelbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I laying rented my farm nnd decided to move away I will on- KIUDAVDKO IS 1RH plnrrknoxtulle Southeast of Hustonvlllo One pair mare mules 6 years old Id hands r brood mares good buggy horse two Hue lalton mnreeolu horses thrra milk cow yearling follad Angus bull r lilt of oblckenland urkl1I 16 good yearlings IlIIpemt1nllIIall1ekufha end kltch UtarreiearuntnTKKMH OF HALKHIX months credit given bearing 0 percent from date of sale on all amountdover under that ontli In hand Hole will commence at 10 oclock A M Y W BURTON Hustonvllle Ky ColJ r Chandler Auctioneer Mahony Rank- inINSURANCI3 Fire Life Accident and Tornado 4 s Farm Property a Specialty Eight of the leading companies of the orld represented Uompete rotes with ollpllIngtilt In the history of this agency Losses paid anti without discount No aiting to liArs for your money Before in lurIng call o- nMAHONY 8 RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stanford Heart Strength NeroBtrengthornot one weak heart in a hundred is In it ahiddenNerveImplgoverningdrm haTetbHeaDUDrBboopIforweak and allloic hearts Dr first IO M palIllallnzIU1fatInpopular prescription is alone directed to these OOlldllIIf you would have strong Hearts strong di mUon strengthen lboIiO Dane J8eiUb11II1 em as needed with Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS r USEFUlt T PRESENTS You nrc going to give presents of course Christmas and why not give Something Pretty Something Good at tho same time Something Useful A SILK MUFr- r If FLERIs good every cold tiny in tho yenr nnd we have them from 5Oc to 350 A Handsome Plain or Gold or Sil- ver Mounted Umbrella priccsffrom 1 to 10 A NICE NECKTIE for GOc or 1 ntSTETSON lInt at 350 or 500 A pair of Ladies r ULTRA SliDES 350and 1 or a MANSS WALK OVERSHOE for 53 50 dand 5 A beautiful Silk Handkerchief or n dozen linen ones Wo will bo glad to show you these at any time H Ja McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Our Holiday Display i At tho Emporium Ilustonvillc is now ready for your inspection Wo have gathered this lino from all points of the compass Sec our guessing contest in Window Display beginning DECEMBER 14 for one week Money to you For the LITTLE FOLKS wo have a SANTA CLAUS q LETTER BOX All arc invited to mail their wants Wo guarantee de livery All letters must be in box by Dee 18th in order to reach Santa Claus in time for his Secretary to award your request Give your pMtuflico addressCUT RATES IN CLOTHING AND MILLINERY Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER HUSTONVILLE KY Headquarters For J Xmas Goods j Queensware Lamps BricaBrac Silverware Carving Sets Foreign and Domestic Fruits Candies and Nuts HGEORGE FARRIS Stanford f XMAS H t Chinaware Nickel Platecl Carving Sets Packet WaretTable Cutlery Any of make a good Xmas presentiQeo D Hopper Stanford Ky i + ewes Thirigs to Bem mlber Iil 1001 Substantial and useful suggestions in our store This store is brimfulof pretty Christmas tricks Smoke HoU Handkerchief Bags Laundry Hags Waste Paper Baskets Sewing Boskets Embroidery Baskets Embroidery Sets Pin Cushions Hat Pin Molders Stray Hair Holders Match Scratch en Mail Catchers Bed Room Slippers Fancy Suspenders and Hoso Sup porters Boxes Iluching Handkerchiefs of all Kinds Silk Scarfs Silk Petticoats Pillow Tops and many other imported novelty goods Shop early and avoid the rush and jam I The f9 STANFOItD KY DEC 18 1908 NEW assortment of local view post cards at Pennys Drug Store SOME very special bargains in Box Paper but the Is Ask to eco them Penny a Drug Store PERSONALS Mns JUUA HUGHES Is quite sick MR FRANK LEE of Mlddlesboro was hero Wednesday TUB little daughter of Mr and Mrs E B Denham is quite sick G S PnocTOR of Rockcastle passed through to Louisville Tuesday MISS DOLLY GOODS of Boyle Is with her slater Mn B D Carter GRADY TUCKER is rea ting easier than ho was when we last mentioned him MR H D ALDRIDGE who has typhoid fever Is thought to be improving Mh C S NIELD of Wilton was a passenger on Tuesdays Southbound trainMRS RODMAN KEENON of Harrods burg came up Tuesday to visit her mother and sister MR E P WOODS spent spent several days with his daughter Mrs S M Al len at Mlllorsburjr t JOHN D SWEENEY and wlro of Wash ington county have been guests of M M Sweeney and family Miss SUSAN FISHER WOOrAr has returned from a protracted and delightful visit to Richmond friends MR AND Mas ANDREW DIUJON and Miss Susie Dilllon of Crab Orchard are with Mr Ed Wilkinson and family Miss HATTIB FARMER who has been the guest of Mrs Maudo of Dan yule has returned to her Rowland homo W J BROWN and Sam Boone leave today for Texas and Oklahoma for a few weeks prospecting trip Somer of Lebanon Junction and John C Stephenson of Louis vile have been with the formers par ents at Maywood Miss LENA NAPIER of Crab Orchard who is spending some time In Denver Col in search of health write that she is doing nicely JUDGE AI C SAUFLEY has been en gaged to defend Hugh Thompson who killed Fred Garrison in Casey county a Iand will go to Liberty Monday to take part in tho examining trial MR CE MILLER and wife who have been with relatives here returned to their homo at Rochester Wed nesday Mr Miller having received a message stating that his mother had died suddenly LOCALS ENGLISH teapots at Hoppers J GENUINE Virginia saddles in stock J C McClary a Xmas Chlnaware Hopper your Christmas fruits candles call at T D Newlands you read about the South Bend watch t W II Mueller handlbs them CAR of crushed deliver in any amount wanted J II Baughman It Co SOLID silver spoons forks etc in larger quanitles than ever W II 1 Mueller l T S STARLING Co Stanford will not receive tobacco Thursday Friday l t aDd Saturday Dec 24 25 26 QUITE a crowd attended G W Lot gans sale yesterday Farming tools e went high one horse sold for 5145 and a pony for 55 sheep 465 and a cow for 20 i r Tim Modern Woodmen will give an Old Fiddlers Contest at Hunn Cof toys hall in Moreland on Wednesday Dec 23 All fiddlers must be 40 years old or more 7 will be given tot the winner 4 to tho 2nd and 260 to tho third Attend wr MR JOE S RICE tho efficient L N agent here declined the Lebanon agency of that corporation which is a considerably bigger thing It in hard to pull cm away from Stanford and f 4 Mr Ricos friends are glad that even promotion would not induco to leave the good town TRY some of Singletons 20c coal oil FOUND gold cuff button Will Sal ter colored WANTED Good turkeys Eggs 29c this week II B Northcott Stanford OWL brand pure meal Car just arrived J II Baughman Co FOR of bcatty and which will be a joy forever see W H Mueller the jeweler WALTER MARTIN sold TW Hutch ison the A C Martin farm of 150 acres near Saufley for 3000 LET mo tell you he or moro points of superiority of tho sowing ma chino I handle W II Mueller A GOOD crowd the Horton sale In the East End and everything sold well Corn in crib brought 275 FOR SALE Premium Narragansett and White Holland turkeys Phone WiA Mn Richard Cobb Danville Ky 3U GEORGE W LUNSFORD of Turners vlllc will pay the highest market price for bones iron rags and junk of all kinds Get his prices before you selL HOLIDAY RATES VIA QtiteN CRES CENT ROUTE Tickets on sale Dec 18 19 23 24 25 30 31 and Jan limited Jan 6 1909 Ask agents for particulars IF you want to a good meal while in the Southern end of the county stop at Clark Jordans hotel at Waynesburg Rates per day and accommadations pocket book containing a 5bill and somo small change Purcell Okla printed on the purse Reward for Its return to R II Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky TUB ladles of tho Christian church wilt have a bazaar In the Owsloy storeroom on Dec 22 Those ladles who propose to denatjp to it will kindly send in their donations NOTICE Mn Catherine McClary will have an exhibition of handpainted China at Tribble Hughes store from 2 to 4 oclock this Friday afternoon Bo sure to attend It TilE Chicago Salvage Co which bought S Goldsteins stock of goods will conclude their great sale tomor row Saturday Road their ad on our fourth page telling of tho bargains they are giving OYSTER SurrERTho ladles of the Christian church at McKinney will give an oyster supper at the Maccabee Hall in McKinney on Dec 26 proceeds to go for the benefit of tho church All are cordially invited Admission 25c Doors open at 7 r- M To all parties holding certificates of county claims You aro notified that the money is now in the county treas ury to pay your claims and that you must therefore pay your taxes at once otherwise I will have to add the penal ty T J Hill S L C HILL HANGED the fiend incarnate who assaulted and murdered 12yoarold Mamie Womack near Rus sell Springs and who was trailed and caught by bloodhounds belonging to William Lair of Hustonville was take en from tho jail at Monticello by 26 armed men and hanged Wednesday night Tho men rodo into Monticello where lull had been taken for safe keeping and olng to the jail drew Winchesters on the jailer who turned over the keys Hill was then taken to a lonely spot on Greasy Creek six mlles lstant and hanged to a tree The mob was an unusually orderly one TUB new train service to begin Mon day next Is as follows No zt will leave Louisville at 815 A M and pass Stanford at 1108 No 27 tho accom modation which will run between Louisville and Richmond will leave Louisville at 7 A M and pass Stan ford at 1055 No 22 the North bound passenger will pass Stanford at 529 r M and tho Louisvlllobound train from Richmond will pass at 255 r M This train is No 28 No 21 tho Southbound night train will pass Stanford at 1130 P M ffnd No 24 tho morning Loulavillobound passenger will pass here at 440 five mlrujtcs later than at present This may not be the exact scholulo but tho time given is very closo to correct Train Master Dil ly Informs use y a SINGLETONS for good candles CHRISTMAS preSents W II Mueller FOR XMAS Curtains dono upon patent fancy washing Cyn thin Cook WANTED shares of First National flank stock Phone or write this office MR JAMES N 6 crop of tobac co brought him about 5500 Ho had probably tho largest crop in the coun L will tickets to Winchester Dec 29 30 and 31 limited to Jan 1 at 245 account of the State Teachers Meeting EACH member of tho Christian churcl is requested to contribute to the exchange to be given Tuesday Dec 22 in the Owsley storeroom Everybody invited RIFFE JONES the McKinney produce men have shipped three carlone- of turkeys to Lexington so this season They paid about 280 for them I HAVE bought AI Wallaces interest in the livery firm of Bcazley Wallace and also the books Those owing the firm will please call and settle with me G G Beazley FOR substantial Xmas presents cal on Tribble Pence Beautiful mante mirrors pictures library parlor and dining tables hall trees etc Big lot of tricycles for children SUPT GARLAND SINGLETON agent for the Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Co received yesterday a check for2 000 amount of the policy held by Mark Ilardln in that company WE thank the good women of the Ladies Aid Society of the Prcs byterian ahurch for a largo and beauti ful cake It looks too good to cat and we shall keep it as long aa wo possibly canSIR A R WALLACE a good democrat and a chsvor young man announces this isstio for Coroner of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party He will greatly appreciate your support UNCLE DINK FARMER asks us to remind the voters that ho wants to be jailer and that ho will appreciate any thing done in his behalf Ills name will be on the ballot in the primary election Feb jand he wants his friends to look for it and stamp opposite it A BLACK and tan fox hound bitch showing her age considerably and wearing a collar on which was Hot Springs Ark left Crab Orchard Springs during the meet of the fox hunters A reward of 10 will be paid for her return to E II Walker Paint Lick Ky IN Judge W A Tribbloa court Joe Hayden was acquitted of selling whis ky Babe Hansford was fined 50 and given 30 days for selling booze Bill Blakcly and John Green also colored are in jail awaiting the next grand jury for accepting money to buy whisky and not delivering tho goods Tim ladies of the at Hustonvillo desire io thank the pub- lIc for its patronage which assured the success of their annual fair that paid all indebtedness obligated by them The function was a auccess financially and socially long to be remembered Their next annual fair will be held Dec llth 1909 Our success largely is due to the INTERIOR JOURNAL which gave the use of its columns for our notices to the public Ladies of the Presbyterian church THE New Stanford Drug Co changed hands Wednesday when Mr Pat W Whipp of Liberty bought the stock of drugs etc of Messrs W K Shu gars and J Randolph Harris Mr Whipp took immediate possession but Mr Shugars will remain jith him a month after which ho move to Winchester where ho has bought an interest in the Martin Cook Drug Co tho biggest and best concern 5f its kind in the hustling capital of Clark interesting manly little son but wel como Mr Whipp to tWo best town on the map Mr Harris is undecided as to his future but we hope and believe he will remain in Stanford Presentre a discount of 20 per cent on any Cloak Suit Skirt Fur Baby Cloak Childs Cloak This oflcr is on this seasons very newest and best goods The continued worm weather at tho beginning of Winter has caused us to make this literal offer Come let us show you The saving of several dollars is certainly a substantial gift tISEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY IInterior Journal JournalW 4TAKE our rockWIIJ 4night ottonseed presents firstclassa EImerHill profusion Btretchersjalso buyoareral tyTHE roundtrip yterianchurch giveup Our for You ATTEND Y W Burtons sale near Hustonvillo today See elsewhere what he has to sell NEWTON LANE was fined 50 in Judge J S Owsleys court for flourishing a pistol on Mrs Salllo Hazelwood Ho will appeal PENNYS STORE put in whichfpretty storeA- PPROPRIATE giftsLadies cult kid gloves fur top gloves New stock of our famous 1 and 150 kid gloves Severance Son THE cottage on Hustonvillo avenue owned by the heirs of Mrs Fannie Green was bought at public sale by Mr E D Kennedy for 800 A MORE careful investigation of the will of Col T P Hill shows that the Colonel made better provision for his widow than was stated In our Tuesdays Issue Ho not only left the Peak farm to his wife during her life time but the John Bailey farm as well Also in June last Col Hill gave Mrs Hill some valtble securities n All the Birmingham night rider cases were continued until the April term of the Marshall Circuit Court FOR SALE I ti horse power boiler and engine and sawmill for sale toll either or both Oil KiixiUXOttonbolm Ky louoQlc Waynesburg Ky FOR RENT I Holme and lot acres of land at Has tonvllleajaares In Timothy 2 or 3 acres and barn for tobacco the rust to go In corn Ioitesslon Jan JlI TATIOK BODINE Route Not WIIII lJurg Ky StockholdersMeeting A meeting of tho stockholders of the First National Hank of Stanford will be livid at their banking boutx the second Tuesday In January for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year Joux J McltonxnrsOn- hlerStockholders on Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Lin coIn County National Hunk of Btantord will held at their banking house the second Tuesday In January 1IU for the tpurpoio of electing directors for the ensuing year WI liKioiiTiCaihler StockholdersMeetingA tional Kank of HustonvtllowlH lie held at their banking house In lluttouvllle the sec oral Tuesday In January iwti between and It x for the purpose of electing direc tors to serve the ensuing year J W lIocVKH Cashier a MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No M Ft A if will meet Instated communication on each tint and third Monday nights of each month at 780 oclock In their hall on Main street Stan ford Ky Members of Dlster lodges are Ira ternally Invited to be present G L Fenny 1VbfT W ronnlngtonHec Eczema is Curable ZBMO scientific preparation foi external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and I- Epermanently cured by remarkable medicine A1 Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co SuLouisJvIo Pennys Drug Store B D CARTER NowLIverv Dopot StrootPhono 96- 8TANFORDKENTUCKL When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex Then your clothe whr them low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they wore made to your measure I will alto take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Fall and Winter earn plea on hand ready for your Inspection II O UUlUSY The Tailor Stanford Ry We Buy FURSHides Weol Feathen TaUu Clateac CoUen SeaUYcSowRocO May Apple wild Ginger etc We Ire dealers BUlEAJ b IB56MOrer bilf century la LouiniIIeadCIII do better rw you than tttti ct eooipJiBca DcrcKuU Rdcitoce siy Buk to LpumQe Writ rot wctUr pan lid ssd iffaint Up M Sabel A Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILIE KY A Chance to Buy Xnjas Presents at Your Own Price Extra specials in Womens and Childrens Handkerchiefs Where will you find tho person with more handkerchiefs than they need Where will you find a gift that is more certain to be appreciated by the recipient than a dainty box of handker chiefs We handle nothing but tho best that money can buy Our goods pleases the people It is selected for our customers meets their requirements and ia its own sales force We keep constantly on hand a fine lino of Ladies and Childrens Shoes Wo also carry the newest and best in Ladles Dress Skirts Pet ticoats Underwear Hosiery Gloves Umbrellas Ribbons and little things often overlooked by other stores Our prices are not only reasonable but unusually low Call and see us I TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes I STANFORD KENTUCKYt t Your Brother or Father would appreciate nothing moro than he would a dozen of LION BRAND COLLARS and a nice NECKTIE lor a XMAS present We have so many pretty styles that you can come and select until your hearts content A nice line of Cuff Buttons for 25 and 50c Stick Pins from 25o to 8100 Watch Fobs 25o to 100 andmany other pretty presents SAM ROBINSON j STANFORD KY Overcoats At Reduced r Prices We are offering a Clean Nice Stock of Overcoats at Greatly Reduced Prices If you need an Overcoat we will certainly make it tolyour interest to see our goods and get our Ji prices before buying J W E PerkinsCrab Orchard Y f ii I- Lj SATURDAY THE LAST DAY OF THE GREATEST BARGAIN FEAST rCIX1crrcwvIISat1 daY Q C L9J0 f Positively Closes the Biggest Clothing Shoe Dry Goods and Furnishingi 1 s j Goods Sale in the History of Lincoln County T c cL Ctlrr CCJDIE4 aI 1 Before it is too late We still have a large stock of Dry Goods Shoes Suits Overcoats of all the worlds finest makes to select from at less than the cost of manufacturing Everything in the house must be sold tomorrowf Te f ftDVICPIBuy when the market is down and it is down SATURDAY is positively the last day of the finest V Record Breaking Slaughter Sale ofiDry Goods Clothing Furnishing- S Goods and Shoes in the history of Lincoln County will be a thing of the past Every article marked down in plain sell ing figures So if you want your share of them you WILL HAVE TO HURRY Bring the ChildrenJ and all clothe the whole family at the unprecedented sale at an average of ii Twenty Seven Cents on The Dollar n I P SMake no mistake Be sure you reach the right place Look for the BIG BLACK SIGN The Interior Journal Xnleredin the Port 0frce at Stanford at tuondclau matter k wr cures Tobacco and Tobacco iiI Nothing Earns But Insurance F Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Ihono 3d Omce 86 JLBeazIeyCo Insure with protected me and be fully Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Furniture Mat ngsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Fricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Deafer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY JMeefene1OTI Home Phone 35 t 1A FARMERS DEPARTMENT It took 8000 cars to move Maines po tato crop this fall- Eightythree horses were burned in a fire in an Indianapolis livery stable Reid Brothers sold a pair of draft horses to Lewis Morton for 35OAd SALEFinely bred Plymouth Rock cockerels Mrs R H Crow R F D No2 box 28 Shelby City Harvey Mitchell has sold his farm of 200 acres near Perryville to his son John Mitchell for 10500 Advocate Two trains of 40 cars heavily loaded with tobacco from Harrison county passed through Lexington to Louisville FOR RENTThe 0 J Crow farm at Turnersville of 100 acres for the year 1909 Apply to J F Gover Turners ville 2t The Cornmlssloner of Agriculture says the total value of his crops Is 7 778000000 Corn is king and valued at nearly a billion and threefourths Near Penrod this State night riders burned the tobacco factory of Lewis Kirkpatrick and 25000 pounds of tobac co owned by a Louisville firm which was stored in it Farmers of Christian county met at Hopkinsvllle and organized dn Independ ent tobacco society Resolutions were adopted condemning the officers of the Dark Tobacco Planters Protective As sociation ESTRAY CowRed white spot In forehead dehorned came to my place at Kingsville last day of October Owner can get same by paying for this notice and her keep Thos Houp Kingsville The Board of Control of Charitable Institutions will replace the scrub cows at the three asylums with pure blooded Holsteins The difference in cost is ex pected to bo moro than made up by the increase in milk- Declaring that David R Francln Murray Carleton James Campbell Judge Henry Priest Brown Brothers and other stockholders of the St Louis Transit Co owe that corporation more than 10000000 as a result of the sale of the companys common stock In 1899 J Brooks Johnson has applied to the circuit court of St Louis for a receiver for the company Dont drug the Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is the weak nerves that arc crying nut for help Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoopa Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to you again Teeth and see Sold by Pen nys Drugstore ICRABpupils ORCHARD were neither ab during the month of NovemberFirst deIla Hunter Evelyn Bas taln Foster Bastain Willie Rutledge Thos Steenbergen Morris Steenber gen Raymond Bell Loyd Hamilton Second GradeFanny Wells Mary Bailey Isom McClure Hundley Napier Floyd Reynolds Harvey Estes Mor rison Harris Eugene Edmiston Third Grade Oacar Lillie Bastin Martha Broughton Benny Duke Joe Tom Edmiston Mary GaInes Lucy Gross Anna Monk John Rutlege John T Stephenson Fourth GradeRussell Frazier Rho da Gross Ethel Gieszl Mamie Holman Birdie Perkins Albert Tilfrcy Fifth GradeMelsadla Chadwick Aaron Frazier Bessie Reynolds Sixth GradeEdward Edmiston Seventh GradeDave Anderson Hu bert Collier Abberdeen Frazier Chas Jones Kate Napier Fred Holman Eighth GradeJoe Anderson Earl Baker Nellie Newland Superior Scholarship Abberdeen Frazier Loyd Martin Mclsadia Chadwick Fanny Wells Mary Bailey Sam Per kins Harvey Eates Isom McClure Mrs HcRaneys Experience Mrs M McRaney Prentiss Miss writes I was confined to my bed for three months wlthkldncy andlbladder trouble and was treated by twoijphy aicians but failed to get relief No human tongue can tell how I suffered and I had given up hope of over get ting well until I began taking Foleya Kidney Remedy After takingJtwo bottles I felt like a new person and feel it my duty to tell suffering women what Foleya Kidney Remedy did for me New Stanford Drug Co WarrRnts were issued at Jackson for the arrest of Ed Callahan the noted feudist and several of his followers charging them with banding together and shooting Rash Sebastian several days ago Hoarse coughs and stutly colds that may develop into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foloys1 Honey and Tar as it soothes intlamed membranes heals the lungs and ex pels the cold from the system New Stanford Drug Co Donald Grant Mitchell known to the literary world rs Ik Marvel died at his homo in Connecticut A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoopa Cough Remedy No oplumnochloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo give instant relief and permanently cures any form f Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE 10 REWARD I persontnpatsing publielands of other people This reward refers to past present and future I olio offer a spec ial reward of iM for particulars tee me I alto otter two special rewards of tiO and lloo64ohJOVarpenter A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Special line of Rugs Druggets and Rock ers for the Holiday TradeG Moreland POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting Hiding or nnr kind of tress passing on our places und will prosecute ri olntori to the full extent of the law Mrs Walter Wnrren Mrs Mettle White I W Carter lion I Martin tM K lawrence Tlnsley Hpoonamore JH Hocker J MIettus T A nice Joseph llallou J I llolticlaw Hasty Mrs JK 1ullluin U L MOAler d Slulon Mre H L Williams James N Cash J Nevin Carter M11 Mrs Jas Ilctnei OarpenlerThomaaDavid Burton A Thompson Klchartlion J M Hirt Mattle Jlwe UolehlnlJlch Drol Fred Itaumann A T TraYlor Mlliurn Cloocb N II Hummer Will Hester U U Nunnelley- J W llaughman JW IE Bruce David Hteveni John Yamentech WmOordler Inn Traylor M D Klmore noUltiOllck Kml Hnruiorf J J Thompson IMAnderton J K lloscr Mr and Mrs Jas It Kods A Kllnsn MrsN J Horton JJ Klllott Mrs Geo W it Dougherty Frank CorJlr Rev Father 10 DrOalorryII HIUuqbmun WoalnflsiH D Hoot Mrs Margaret Oooch Jacob Gander leoO VII Traylor Mom Roberts John Jufvr Amend Kchnefor M J Hermann K T A U Matheny OwsleyMJHTItarrls itC WtkSna JOHundley U if Crow Mrs Nannlnll Good O K McClure Anderson Oarr Anton Itonecker- W M DUhon OURChristmas Goods are now displayed We have many suitable gifts for old and young but we offer in par ticular a line of Books and Dolls that we think will please you See our line of Christmas Tree Ornaments PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Ptrst 91ational Hanlf Stanford Jy Oryantxttt 882 Capital Jock SSO 000- Surplul and Wndivfdid Profit SJ9OOO- 7fas paid in EioiJtnds since Organization 21 SOO- fnvito 7atv jfacounts on Our 9lrll i1Ili OFFICERS v J S Hocker President b S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier n C Biughraan Asst Cashr W WSauadersBookkeeper DIRECTORSIF Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus S H Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker C E Tate THE SAfEST AND QUICKEST WAY TQ TRANSFER MONEYI LONG DISTANfiV TELEPHONE M FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER z EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY 1 IMCOHPOnATCO t