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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r a 1Ir vY i t r r CwyLe r w t j f pif Lr Nr f t II 4J 1 ti 11 1ta I r t ttJ ltnr- 1t7ii IMTERTOPJLJLin J0URN I Lt f 4t I tJ fl hF It f itII r tV r w tit fTI Ii i tu n Y I E r VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JINUARY I 1909 NO86 a i Here and There The State prohibition law In Mlials Jppt went Into effect yesterday Fivo robbers dynamited tho bank nt and with 1 000Itant of Insanity Arthur Trotter his aged mother In New York n 4 City It Is likely that Charles P Tnft will withdraw from tho Senatorial race In Ohio JESSB ENDS and Artlo Uallcy are on trial for Indulging In a Christmas shoot ing with Prank Robinson at Maywood I Former State Treasurer William L Mfttbut died suddenly nt his home at Media Pa Ho was ono of the centra I figures in tho Pennsylvania Capitol b graft trials an had been tho cleverest Imitation of real Coffee over Jet marls II Dr Snoops Health J Coffee It U flno In flavor and Is mado In jilt one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mado from puro parched grains malt nuts eta U Sample free Sold by Pennys 1- t Drug- Storew PUBLIC SALE I twill Mil atpubll auction ul the old I t 1Ilr1I1IJcoonTUlHUAYJANIIIIOJ Tho following t hottft IInd milk cow 1I0r walOIl bal an1 htlrllu 11 tuiirrelsof ootti lot of hnr SO ahooka 0 fodder healelIeld and kltchea furaIWro- ofd II of aalTuralLlI1Uoxnoy J noutJU- 4lacheufllllIS Commissioners Sale i Lincoln Circuit Oourt HTIIorrli IMilntltr v Ool V Lnnlmm Urfemlnnt ffolleo ot HU A utinent rellctuc J nt t the Notentbbrtertnltwlnlheatorutylnlco- urtandMOtlonl Innpr 11101 lu4U J N JlTUlloV et- J bunt of the ounboua tort1wtltuareMlyltnuuale I Tboobyhctofihletats lu Iatliry pInln tilt 0100 Altlllnl lur ti- eIautufauahh 6Mr cnnIJUteret Ultrun t to u er m oi no lareblrahluernndIefurltl 7BIISWThatWwill two on n trodlt of Ihr wniilhs IKnU ood eeurity for JtILl 01111- 11101JIrlurlnlClrecentIlntrnvt frolll Iho dalo IRle Will Le rfQulnJ of the puroba1 IfJ11 TAXTON x clr tO Valuablt Mill And Dwelling For I Sail I i in otwdinr ton judgment of thf JlnCOln Ilrcultuourt rra tae iM enl De Winter term IWH m die OIUII of UMIIpp i hobs ngnnll II it l1pp Mtniinutnitur tote romiuUiloiur will HI 1 ulJlcmSloNlMYJANH ll v la runt of the rnul to be Mlill pl I Kr offer for 1ft nt pualle outcry to the ItUlivtt and bull following prop vrtr in Lincoln county 1 YIrr AlotofthrrenehlbrrdltRlalug U twaJlorjr frAmodwllnE nouw of a roonu j nnd oolinrm wvll S cU largelTill lot to boumlrtl on tho Ttortli and wtnl rn by tielfnrloofJoanhiHlddleundMrUrealhCHouth HECOXII train land otcvMtor onUlpiwU with the mutt modorn utarhlncry caPechlyIftjIrtrreltheoutputufwWehf a txtunU In c1U mill In tho 8lnto Tha locution U eioellout both for Ibo of gruhnudunarkrt forth mill mnnufAcCure The mill lot U bouadvd on tha North by innlii smut on tae tall by this Una of A Yryufonth0tsoitthtiy the AJunu Innd 4uud on till t of John inn wlUdloniia cant tliLinbout two noree The rROliiK Iwlnx tbuta mo property ilttcrlbMt tnth iiJiinatit The object of thoinlA for n a itlimUt of the eltatu of DMMpptana dlvUion of theurpluatoongdi holrt TRaxeTluiinks Iw mnite on ncrttllt ottlx month The urchnior will bii rb qutrtd to gtva boniU with goal cent for s the purch m price wiring e tier la tervit from the Onto of sale until paid imy nbla to tho loinlnUilunur hnvlog lliu lorc nrul effect ot n udiiniont und nl o ocurtitl lIn nnthu IIUMUHt11l1dHpeoluIUonuululolnr rv Commissioners Sale I Itbcolu Circuit Court Ck Aumvr lafnniletP 1lntntlT v HonlyrA1 i Nuplur and etc Ikfvndanu Notlco of- Isle Vernnant to n Judgment of the LincolnY Circuit Court in tha utwvo styled notion rendnrwdM tko November Ivriu this Mutter OommUilonvr whit on Itdllnll1 11TJI Jlxxi btitwuen thu JoVlock r i In front of the snipSLincolnfMouth edgu oMue county road co nor to TIIOIlIrt1IItCIIC1 with the county roml Ne VBfoi i thence N si W II fl10 poles Ill blJI rued ihlnn iiioWatlno H 7JIiiHiKto n ilonvlu line ofDo tlmncn H WU Himloi to it Iciinltel to Tlioj Ilrent eau Sera lot tfienco with wnio N 91ltholdt- itILrUk4lIs tOn tuk corner to mimp Ujuici IolId llIlIklloI tllko of Brents tnonco ills IIno N B K t1 110 to the btgluutng and cOntalnlng lr t or Jaml nnd bliit the nmn hind own I iiVBon rIIUrlui bla IIflIl11l I Triiot crinslitlnu of 41 neren 1 rods 1111Noi Knob Innlln Lincoln county hounrledttuetxglnning ntB whltu loakLit gUIIIcllrnur to till Knit lido of a paUl anU on wont of A branch IboncoH Wvi T two Kplirs on the top of ttolllgl mm iolnturi hl ugthunc- eLsofix sid v with albs wood N 4 J rqMLJMIe4 II Aha to a bunk half wuy down 51 aJge50 oho lttut oaks littdgu of A natlo4n ll1nCO N 4 1 41 poles to u- setnke w Hiitvls biuh chestnut and t iiici upk tars were atlllallllllllng bush oRkllro rOr 11U0 ehousothence his llnuhi7 W lv cJIlute I white oaks nt little road L wlib i line N V 81 hrolel to a- a11 i tt o feet ofiswldteonkftadge a III irked nK pointer up Ii oq W it 1011 llluu to whit1 lie a of BI branch thonoo B 1 W If juradt on tt crerItof six- uo it I will be required nd with approved Personal rayabloIo1hv it DllIbllra of the Infant du H II t two BHMI i u1I1II retufla a- I oaa until tM xeout4on of theWIlt leetloR 4M oftM Utvlls 1 et above m atlcuKd will rPltal It li1WCTONt eL o cIto r If r- 1 Imo i i tt tJ CHURCH MATTERS fho Pint Methodist church building In Lexington has been completed at a dedicatedIMonastery Ho had been In health for toiuo timeIThe collection plates sent to tho Presbyterian church hero by H C Read of Fort Smith Ark were paescntcd to the congregation last Sunday by the pastor Rev J R Crawford The plates are made of Oil vo wood nnd were purchased by Mr Read In Palestine whilo on a visit to that country Adalr New Thd fourth week of tho revivalstart ed out with flno prospects Souls are being saved altars are being erected many men and women aro thinking se riously and It seems that tho revival Is real and genuine Revs Gutcd and Harbin refuse to lower tho standard They bring salvation on no easy terms they do not depend on excitement or clap trap manipulation They preach and sing tho plain old gospel with won dorful power They are Intensely in earnest and men of great ability and strong faith They aro doing great good In our town and the pastors de servo no small share of credit for their earnest and faithful cooperation Mon day morning there were no services but Monday night there was a good au dience a Strong sermon and several saved Tuesday night was tho most solemn service over witnessed in Stanford and tho most terrific sermon ever preached in Kentucky Wednesday night showed tho greatest results of any service yet Watch night was Thursday night with several leaders and tonight will close this remakable meeting Ex McKINNEY Den Coleman of Indiana who is gen oral manager of tho Royal Wheel Co vas hero a few days to see hia son R U ColemanArthur and wife took No C from this place to spend the holidays with his wifes parents at Somerset M S Baughman made our village n flying visit this week Ho seems to be very much encouraged over his prospect of being the next sheriff- I am truly glad that tho holidays are over for I Judge that something like 40 gallons of booze were unloaded at this depot and old and young Imbibed too freely It looks to mo like there should bo some legislation to prohibit tho shipping of whisky to boys 10 or 15 years old If W Rice of Danville Is hero with his brother Vic Rice consoling him in thoabsenco of his wife who is visiting at Danville Rob Cowan of Somerset has rented of G T Ashlock his livery stable and will take charge today Ho will put in a new und uptodato livery Bob Is a hustler in the livery business R H Coleman has about completed his spoke factory and will begin opera tions In about three weeks Mr Cole man Is In every way worthy nnd it is to be hoped that his enterprise will be a success He will put a reservoir on top of K L Tanners hill which will be of especial advantage in case of fire He will also put in a dynamo nnd make his own lights and otherwise help the town MUD POLITICAL John A Stevens formerly chief en gineer of tho Panama Canal says there is no for tho sensational reportsattacking tho design of tho Gatun dam- Representative Henry D Clayton In an Interview declared that tho Democrats of tho lower houso should draft a complete tariff bill and make a fight for its passage ThatMedicine II IhiivcsulTorcl good deal with ma laria and stomach complaints but I have now found a remedy that keeps mo well and that remedy Is Electric Bitters a medicine that Is medicine for stomach anti liver troubles and forrun lovnuoruUUonsfiays W C Kiestlor of nulliday Ark Eleoirlo Bitters purl fy and enrich tho blond tone up4 tbo nerves and Impart vigor and energy to tbo weak Your money will bo re t untied tf it falls to help you OOti a Pennys Drug Store Maam heros a man at the door with a parcel for you What is it Bridget hits a fish maam and its marked C 0 D- Then make the man take it straight back to the dealer I ordered trout Baltimore American I I reventcst110sc Candy Cold Cure abietv VlIlsafolyand quickly check call colds and the Grip Trythem eDruM B PllcherJ one of the cost prominent citizens of ruhvilleb dead t II 0J Jr r a NEWS NOTES Rome Ga suffered a 100000 fire Tho Nations forests this year sup plied 4000000 Christmas trees Claus Sprcckcls the sugar king of the Pacific coast is dead at San Fran ciscoOscar Gardiner aged 15 was acci dentally shot and killed while hunting in FayetteSheridon Barnei accidentally killed hU brother Gaines Barnes while bunt Ing in Hardin county Lawrence county Ind considered doubtful went dry by 1500 putting 17 Biilqona out of business Four persons were found dead in a residence at Chicago having been as phyxiated by escaping gas Gov Patterson of Tennessee extend ed Christmas clemency to 25 convicts Gov Comer of Alabama pardoned 13 The dates for the national encampment Grand Army of the Republic at Salt Lake City will be from August 9 to 13Despondent because ho had no money with which to buy hla wife a Christmas present Thomas Hamline a Denver plumber killed himself Judge Hart at Nashville refused bail to Col Cooper Robin Cooper and John D Sharp charged with tho murder of Senator Carmack John Stormer a Johnstown Pa man shot his wife her brother and wife William Kurtz and wife and then blew out his own brains All of the prisoners serving sentences in the city jail for misdemeanors at Alexandria La were given Christmas gifts in tho shapes of full pardons Three men were killed and one seriously injured Ina headon collision be tween two freight trains on tho Big Four railroad near KlnfeEown lad After repeated notice served upon him not to sell cotton below 10 cents night riders destroyed tho barn of W A Buck in Pottwatomio county Okla By burning hits feet with lighted matches two masked robbers compelled II A Schabow of Curtis 0 to open tho safe in his farmhouse nnd turn over 5180 Nino men were killed and several oth ers were injured In a collision between a freight train and a work train on the Great Northern railway near Great I tTwelvo to bo dead and probably 25 more were entombed as the result of an explosion which oc curred In the Lick Branch colliery near Bluefield W Va Assistant State Mine Inspector Ed ward Flynn estimates that thoAlabama coal production in 1903 will show a falling off of 2000000 tons us compared with the production last year A petition was sent by tho represen tatives of 20000 union workmen in IVilkes Barre Pa and vicinity to President Roosevelt asking him to par don Gompers Mitchell und Morrison Judgo Adams discharged tho jury in tho Beach Hargis case after they had deliberated 24 hours in an endeavor to reach a verdict The jury stood nine for acquittal and three for conviction Arthur S Cheney American consul at Messing and his wife are supposed to have been killed by the earthquake according to advices received by the State department from Vice Consul Stuart Lupton James Leary a brakeman shot and killed his sister Mrs Lida Dutton at a family reunion at his fathers home in Grant county After emptying his revolver Into the body of the woman he committed suicide Brooding over tho fancied disgrace to his family because his father had been whipped by night riders Roy Rogers the 20yearold son of Presley Rogers a prominent Christian county planter committed suicide Willis E Smith tho missing student who disappeared from State University of Kentucky Lexington September 22 last turned up at the homo pf relatives at Owensboro mith tells a tale that would put to bluih a yellowback novel production of his adventures since his disappearance from Lexington WorthReading Leo F ollnski of OS Gibson St1 Buffalo N Y says I cured tbo most annoying cold sore I ever had with Bueitlens Arnica Solve I ap plied this salve once a day for two days when every trace of the sore was gono Heals nil Bores Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 25c One man was instantly killed and an other dangerously Injured when tho day coach and two Pullmans of an L N Cincinnati passenger train jumped tho track and sideswiped handcar on a siding at Sulphur Guilty or Counterfeiting Passing counterfeit money is no worse than substituting some unknown worthless remedy for Foley a Honey and Tar the great cough and cold remedy that cures the most obstinate coughs and heala the lungs New StanfonJprug t IK NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Dennis Sheehan road master of tho Lexington Division of the Q C is dead Miss Julia Shadoan daughter of Senator Sjiadoan la dead at Somerset aged 17- Calvin Hcnslcy of East Bomstadt was killed by an L N passenger train at MIddlcsboro Mrs Emma Gregory formerly of Garrard died at Winchester to which place she had recently moved In a pistol fight at Viva Laurel county a man named Chadwick was shot and badly wounded by George Mullins Sheriff Dan H Wilnmsof Knox county was cxhonoratcd by tho Knox county grand jury of tho killing of Steve Owens Mm Matt Dowd of Louisville nnd her brother William Jones of Somer set each died suddenly at exactly fho same hour Tuesday John C Burke aged 67 was found in his place of business at Bradfordiville with the top of his head blown off He is supposed to have shot himself Mat Young who lives with his mother on a farm in Jessamine county be came demented and ran his family away from home He then shot his uncle Deputy Jailer Logan Young probably fatally wounding him Some of the shot struck Deputy Sheriff Geo HollowayThe term of tho Boyle circuit court will convene next Monday Thero will bo three or four murder trials this year tho greatest number in many years Prof J W Rawlings has appointed Dr 0 B Fallis a mom ber of the county board of examiners for Boyle county to fill tho vacancy caused by the death of Prof W C Grlnstead Advocate CRAB ORCHARD Candidates are plentiful Rov Geo D Verco has been called by the Christian church fqr the third year and will fill his pulpit Sunday Tho ladles of the Christian church will give a candy pulling Friday even ing Jan 1st in Govers vacant store room Everybody cordially invited Mrs James A Carter has returned to her homo in Lebanon Junction after a pleasant visit to tho homcfolks Mrs Dan McCcllum and little daughter of Junction City have been with her sis HotelI was a great success All did their parts so well it would bo hard to say who did best Miss Georgia Lewis is thinking of giv- Ing an entertainment for benefit of the Christian church some time in the near future Heres hoping she will for she certainly understands tho art Mr and Mrs Livingston Andrews of Covington are spending tho holidays with her mother Mrs 0 PJKing Miss Annie Brouaugh has completed her business course at Lexington and is home for the holidays Henry Wells has rented his farm and will move to town Wallace Jj Gover will return to his school in Lexington in a few days The term of the Graded School just closed has been the most successful in the history of the school School will open again Jan 4lh and it is hoped every pupil will be present Pupils outside thedistrict will be accommodated A special class for those wishIng to prepare for teaching will bo conduct ed Patrons are invited to the opening of the school Marked For Death Three years ago I was marked for death A graveyard cough was tearIng my lungs to pieces Doctors failed to help ado and hope had fled when mj husband got Dr Kings New Discos crysays Mrs A C WlllJamsofBac Iye The first doso helped mo and it proponent kept on until I had game 53 pomds In weight and myhealth was rbfitored This medicine holds tho worlds healing record for coughs and col s and lungnndthroatdlsoascs It prevents pncmonln Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store COc and SI Trial bottle free A little brook A little boy A little skate A little joy A little hole A little splash Oh little boys Dont be so rash I Foleys Orino Laxative cures chronic constipation and stimulates the liver Orlno regulates the bowels so they will act naturally and you do not have to take purgatives continuously New Stanford Drug Co Abraham Ruef former political boss of San Francisco was sentenced to 14 years in the State penitentiary at San Quentin prison Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25p Box Sold by Pennys Drug Store r 1 sed43k riiIiIIIIt r c t t f t i a if J It ko elo NUVINE1V I 1r- 5 f iy t i L t A New Year has begun diJhouseisu1 of New Goods and we appreciate new trade and heartily thank o rold customers for their patronage r if 4We f r I Calland See Us- r v r I l 1 4t rj 4 I Cummins Weatenf y STANFORD KENTUCKY d LII 0 S r 14 A I- To OUR FRIENDS For the favors you have extended we desire to thank you and express our wish for a cordial business rela tion during the year 1909 A HAPPY NEWYEAR t Dooooaaa Wa H HIGGINSJI Special Prices 0Y u 4 rQueens ware7 Lamps BricaBrac Silverware Carving Sets Foreign and Domestic 2 V iI y rrf Fruits Candies and Nuts ti j I t GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanfordt If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill lq ed and made from the Best and Pur F i est Drugs Call on met J WJfif B lfG i 1 I j MCRObert5N 1jy8TN ttI jr t 174Wf trr ti yII r c U l j Ii n l1t 1 f 1 I TTF i The Interior Journal Eo C WALTON A WASHINGTON newspaper correspon dent In summing up the situation says Kentucky the second largest distilling State in the Union with 119 counties has not four which aro practically all wet Virginia presents a string of victories for tho antisaloon element as prohibition now exist in 80 out of the the States hundred counties In Texas where more than half the counties have accepted prohibition the voters soon will be called upon to vote upon al constitutional amendment for prohibi tion In Arkansas twothirds of its area or 75 counties are dry and the question of Statewide prohibition will be presented to the voters for decision Florida is partly dry through local option and like some of the other States the sale of liquor is principally confined to the cities The results of prohibition generally are gleaned from reports indicating a great decrease in tho record of arrests for drunkenness an increase in the bank deposits of la borers fewer cases of wife abandon ment and a decrease in criminality gen erally The difficulty in enforcing the prohibition laws however js conceded to be one of the chief obstacles to its absolute success in many States and this phase of the question together with a falling ofT in revenues is to some extent baffling to the authorities TUB situation at Stearns Whitley county is greatly improved but a com pany of boldiers is yet there Berry Simpson who led the miners in their resistance that cost the life of Deputy U S Marshal John Mullins of Rock castle and a miner named Ross who hailed from Casey county is still at large but he phoned Gov Willson that ho would surrender on certain condi tions which were not accepted The Stearns Company wants pay for their hotel which was set on fire by the marshals in their effort to arrest the gang and thinks the government should remunerate They claim their loss is 6 000 The trouble arose over the men ignoring an injunction granted by Judge Cochran of the Federal court prohibit ing union miners from interfering with those miners who did not desire to join the union and kept at work Six of the crowd was arrested ANOTHER rolled and we now write it 1909 God grant the new year may treat us all as well as the old one did and that we may have oven more to be thankful for Janurary 1 1910 than we have today The INTERIOR JOURNAL has had a reasonably good business during 1903 and we take this occasion to thank the best constituency under high heaven for It We pledge our best efforts for the future find promise that our columns will be as lull of the latest local and general news asit is possible for us to make them Thanking our patrons and friends for the good things we have receivedat their hands we wish them all a prosperous happy year and the best of all thats going MY but dont we love candy I There are about 5000 factories engaged in the manufacture of candy and theyI have turned out during 1908 approxi raately667000000 pounds nearly eight and onehalf pounds per capita TheI value of the output is stated at over a hundred million dollars It may also be stated that much of the sickness oCI children is due to the eating of candy much of which is made out of glucose cane sugar and other indigeatibles Fruit sugar is said to require no dlgess tion being ready for immediate absorption and assimilation but large J quantities even of that arc not good forIthe stomach SIN pardoning Jesse Underwood Gov Willson says Because of the condi tion of the Lincoln county jail which is a reproach to civilization on account of 1 this boys youth his enfeebled condi tion of the danger to his life from this place of confinement it is my duty to r pardon him The governor should in vestl ate before he thus slandered Mrs Agnes Herrin who has charge of the jail and who has conducted it in u most acceptable and satisfactory manner Gov Willsons reason for pardoning Underwood as far as that one is con i cerned is the veriest tommy rot and is in keeping with his grandstand performances IN order to help make up the deficit I in the treasury it is proposed to place a I tax of five cents a pound on coffee The House Committee on Ways and Means is considering the question but it is acting cautiously as it is apprehen sive of creating hostile public sentiment which may make itself felt MR JAMES MCKECHNIE who is mak ing a most excellent magistrate announces for the democratic nomination for the office again Ho is one of ourI best and most substantial citizens and should win the nomination without trou bin Tim Missouri court of appeals has rendered a decison that u divorced wo man may seize her former husbands earnings and property to enforce the payment of alimony even though he has married again Aint that awful 7 J lifv MATRIMONIAL A Virginia man has married his moth erinlawJames McGufToy and Miss Dora Watts were married at Highland last week W W Holley and Miss Haley James both of Rowland were made one last weekCasey Crews aged 19 and Miss Fan nie Wilcher 15 were married at Stove Peytons on the 28th Rev Harry H Goodwin of Pontiac III aged 61 ran away with and mar ried a 15yearold girl A G Dunlap of Russell county and Miss Emma Routon of this county wero joined heart and hand on the 27th County Judge Stephens decided at Covington that a couple cannot get married in another State on a license issued in Kentucky- At Washington Pa a widower and his two sons were married to a widow and her two daughters One ceremony tied up tho whole gang Miss Myrtle Hendren and Leslie II Shipp eloped from Lebanon to Louisville and were married She is a daugh ter of John Hendren who used to live heroEarl Withers of the Gilberts Creek section and Miss Nancy Raney of this place drove to Lancaster Tuesday and were married by Rev F M Tinder They were accompanied by Luther Tudor and Miss Maggie Huffman The groom is an industrious energetic young farmer while his bride is an exceedingly pretty and popular lady For some time she has been connected with Severance Sons store and was one of its most popular and efficient salesladies Mr Withers iid his bonnie bride will make their home with her father Mr John Raney on Danville Avenuewhero- the best wishes of many friends will bo with them HOLTZCLAWNOLAND A pretty country wedding was celebrated at Hebron church at 2 p M Dec 24 when J S Holtzclaw and Miss Farie Noland were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Rev F D Palmeter of ficiating The bride who is a pretty brunette was becomingly attired in a suit of blue cloth with hat to match and carried a bouquet of holly and mistletoe The groom on entering tho church passed down tho left aisle preceded by his sister Miss Bessie Holtz claw and cousin Miss Zella Holtzclaw and the bride was accompanied down the right aisle by her sister Miss Stella Noland and cousin Miss Garnett Scott Mrs Sterling Curtis played the wedding march The bride and groom stood under a huge Christmas bell which was suspended from of Christmas evergreens which connectI ed two ladcned Christmas trees The church was lighted by tapers which shone out from the profusion of holly and mistletoe Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs B D Holtz claw entertained at an elegant dinner only the families and relatives being present Our Sam is a model young farmer of unimpeachable Christian character and Fay possesses all the attributes that go to make a helpmeet indeed for her noble young husband They will go to housekeeping at once and will enjoy the many useful and handsome presents so lavishly bestowed upon them by their host of friends May their lives be lengthened into many years of usefulness and happiness nd heavens choicest blessings be upon them T At 10 oclock Wednesday morning in he Christian church the hearts of Miss Stella McClary of this place and Mr Will A Yeager of Middlcsboro were bound together in a pretty ceremony laid by Rev D M Walker of the Christian church The attendants were Ir D G Hinks of Middlesboro and liss Mattie McClary sister of the irlde puss Mary McRoberts presided t tho organ After the ceremony the lowly made pair drove to Danville and were dined at the Gilchcr Hotel by Mr lorgan Beazloy who was accompanied iy Miss Abbie Lutes The bride and groom later took the train for Cincinnati where they will spend their honey noon They will return about Jan 15th and be at home to their friends at Fork Ridge Ky The bride is wellknown md greatly admired at her home here 3ho is a charming young woman and vill prove a helpmeet in all the word neans She wore a handsome travel ng suit of blue and carried a hugo bou juet of brides roses The groom is a prominent young business man of Bell county and is held in high esteem by ho people of his section The popular ly of the couple was shown to some extent by the number of elegant wedding presents they received it taking a good sized room to display them The church altar was tastily decorated with imilax other evergreens and cut flowers and was indeed a place of beauty A largo crowd of invited guests was present Wo congratulate the groom on winning so fine a young woman and wish for him and his all the good things IC life that can come their way A Dangerous OperationI Is the removal of the a urgeon No one whotako Dr Kings New Life Pills is over subjected to this frightful ordeal They work so quietly you dont feel them They cure constipation headache biliousness and malaria 25c at Pennnys Drug Store PUBLIC SALE ITho undonlgned Auditors Agent in and for Lincoln puriunnt to dlreo tions from tbe AUditor 0 the of Ken tuck onMONDAY JAN 18 1909 llnglnnlngntl oclock p u nt tho court house door In Htanford Ky toll nt public outcry to the highest and lest for cash in hand estate hereinafter mentioned The title to sold lands having vested In the Commonwealth Kentucky I HlntutelllbR1lngLincoln county for taxes due said Htnte and county and bid In for tbe Htoto of Kentucky and tbe county of Lincoln and not being redeemed I wltbln time proscribed by Inw Under d reotlonof the Audlto the Auditor geltt Is lIuthorlzld to receive from I the former owner or person now claiming mid Innd by purclinso or otherwise tbu nniount of back taxes costs pennltleseto nt nny tlmo before tho In which event enld property will not be soil Stanford DistrictWhite- Jack Hsytlctt 18acres town lot leD Dswes 2S acre Hubbard lot Wm Lecture 14 acres John Herman 121 acres Scarbrough 66 acres arid E Stone 180 acres j Farugot Menzer 15 acres I W B Barnes town lot Townlotrom i J W Oaks 2 acres i G Yufer 3 acres I Albert Christopher house and lot John W Bright 142 acres Cook 3 14 acres William Chumley 3 14 acres Colored i Solen Craig lot Shelby Woods 4 acres Myers house and lot Hey Stewart 3 12 acres Miller Anderson I lot t Elizabeth Crow I acre Jim Coffey 1 Will Hays I acre Squire Vyan Hifr3acres Joe L McMullin 2acres Wm Morris 6 acres I Sam Rout 4 acres Dick Rout 7 acres Sam and Dick Rout 3 ores acresIBill Jones lo- tWlIaceTudorI s Heirs lot ThaI Bailey 41 12 acres Harriet Carr 14acres Bell Jones lot Oliver Ball town lot Mack Montgomery I acre acresIn Whitley 10 acres iWill Green 5 acres Joe Gardner 10 acres Harrison Helm 2 town lots Monroe Hickman 20acres Will Richardson I acre Lee Stewart I acre Frank Viruon Iacre I E Simpson 3 acres JotHeadleyUrub Orchard District William DaughPrty 43 ncre flan Itaiighcrty 70 acres Mrs Kale Dolnriry to acres AJ Denny a neres Mrs Matilda Hooch Si nor s O Addison tones 111 acres Mm M O Holme lot D V Holme liri aeros n 1 Lewis 1UO ucres W J Hlngletou au acres airs Armtnln rtinlth IDOncres Frank Hull th Macros HIlllhenIORcreArnold Phan Thompson S lIen s W II Weaver W acres II M Weaver W stores J II Smith Colt 4 acres Win Hutton 6 acres Wilde Williams 2 acres Atlanta HeiriO tiers Haggard Heirs W acres Mrs 11eU Hasty a acres TbomponMnerCOlllluodoru acres Hlv Wren Uacres Mrs JintlluUhnppellZ acre Josli Hniltli is acres O A unit IS ncre Win Miller O acre UIIUywllcroalIlutln W II Dye 67 acres J H Gaines 16 acre Win Knlnskey 60 acre llubo Mellon acre O T Itovae BJ acres Hnm Flint town lot K V Fox Helm MO ucre WMHlnnletonSOncresWavnesburg VIIrlct- Rllns nnughiM acres Jo Ilyrd W ncre James Uhnmber 11 acre W It Cook Macros OlIlH Cook 60 acres W HUrnmslOnerel Robert Eastman 07 acres George Folk 119 acre II L Green 26ftere Mrs Harsh Uosley W acre Milton Ilnmm 100 acres Jobn Hart 47 acres nnd I lot Tbo hoop nero WH McKee 180 aero Dnvu Moore IS acres W II lndgett Heirs 23 nero Wllllnin Morgan 100 acres Morgan heirs 129 acre Mrs Catherine Ilrlgbt 13 acres WM Robbins 15 Here J A Roger 210 acres A HtrlngorCOacriS Wm Trlsler K ncre Vaught70oeresW O B Warren 9 GenesW T White 73 Morrow A Peggy Young 10 acre Jacob Zetiler W acre Humuel Hunt In 15 acres James Hnstln 21 acre two tracts Hnstln 23 acre H I Tlnugh racres H C Drown 15 acres John Ilyrd tUner T W Dnlley and Oo9ncrej Morvllle Deatherldge 13 ncre J H Harris IB acres K Jnbez 1ft acres H M Johnson 31 acres Kd W Keniell 619 acre Kll McMullin 40 acre David Moore 10 acres J w Moore US acre Ulnu Moore Macros n II 1ulllam nero Wm Robinson 10 ncrei Mary Htuckler 71 ncrei George II U thegrove40acres 1 aero Elizabeth Wnten 00 acres Jos Whn Idon Ito acres Kohert Williams 80 acres Kill Yocum 14 BeNS Hnrnh Uwsley Cot U ncre It J KrnzlerSnerul Hnlllu Morgan 23nrrei H H Mullins oc acres Frank Hmlth 44 acres AHpnlding25aereaMnrtln Dins Trusty 4 acres J 11 UUulrovu31nores Jntm K Willis 25 ncrei Clark Young 10 i acres UlltrlctWhllonorlOll Jackson W acre U U Lnnunm lot Mrs Mary Mcdhord 40 acres Milton Reynolds 28 acres Felix Richards 40 acres Mallisn Hlngleton acre John Wnlilen 17 acres A J Durton lot Wll HnrpINQ acres George Lay 3 acres Lucy McOormnck S3 acre Hezwkloh Young 10 acres Ira Rnllle Brown lot Jim Florence inoncre Win Kennedy DO acre Milton neynolds MO aero Htero Ituisoll 10 acres Georeg W Trusty J ncres DVnugbtlotHaumel lot I L Adams 11 uterus acreayKWilliam Mason Jncixe Leo Jasper 1 nero Martin 40 acres T H McOormnck acres lteynolda5acreI U A Fox 123 acres Wm Hooch e0 acres Thos Duncan snores W U 1reston l acre Colored Joe Adams IS Gore lCaroline Alcoru ra S ncrei Kva Ilrlgbt acres Jobn Drown I ncre Jobn iiuonsuioyd 1 acre David Hooch Heirs 10 acres O mooch4acre Oscar 3lcKlnney lot WlllOwensSncres Olny Wllkvrson I steno Thus Hmlth 1 acre Nelson Mniterson t ncres Fanny Alcorn 1 nere Iturton M nero George Murtoi 1 net John lUunsey lot Dims Htiwle lot Mitchell Trlcul acre Jill Welch 2 acres Margaret Carter 7 ncre Joule Woods 1 were Minerva Anderson 7 acres Thos Bailey snores Jnkt Carpenters Heirs 1 acre acres Dnn Hubble lot Wilson Maiterion Snore Henry G UIRo S uteru- sAnnloVnrdemnn lot Annie Morton 2 acres Kd Brown 1 acre District JoeActuntacresMra Town lot II W Vaughtacre1- 111o11s4ncro here rt Frazier to acres DO GrlllinlOSacre Will King 1 acre Adam 1etrey ncre Juts Hogvrs UK sere A T HtHwnrt IU acres Will quest lucre Snore1VTom Welch 2 acres j W Aker2iicre Jns Acton UJ here J H llnuKh VI acre H Ituchley to acres MO lunch 40 acrci M Uhlpmun 130 acres SInHACuuden in acre Juo Fnlconlwrry N acres Jos God bey M acre D Grimth ISO acres FGrnbusky 1U acre K W Grubum 23 acres Uutsell mooch 70 acres Dave Hicks ao acre J Jackley 40 acres Will Kuskey W acres Mike Kostlgun ttt ncrei lion tll Slultlus N acre J U Ins 40 acres M O worker 1 steno Mrs Anderson 4 stenos Anton Uender23ncres WM Denliaiuffit acres Jni Godfrey 4 store Jas Lyon town lot James Mason 61 acres H Noel UU acres W J trenton racrea Nancy Wilson town lot George lirown 1 acre HOaulwcllllacresJ Ham mooch 4 acre Jim Jones town lot Hum 3lcCornmck I here J 01 Thomas town lot lcv w11Yaer1- Illobard Wall S acres linnets Gale H acres A HhnnkslOneres- won Ilallnrd 64 acres Drive llnstln ucro Itetlu neatly boUMi and lot John Collins ft none lilsa A J II Penny 10 noses YnuJer ltelra 11 acres J H Harris 18 acre Hlohnrd Jarman 1 nero Oscar MoKlnntiy lot town lot ttttOfrinreniires Itlebnnl Robinson lot Obey H lnolds 16 acres Obn stunt lot Jniiitts Veloas lot John Wlllsou tunoros Aiuil Wade W acres Tho Woods I neres Adam Petrwy Jr Snores Mrs Harnb UnuRh 1M ncrei Andy Ilruslern acre John llrttton 10 acres J H Florence Jru acres Green Gixxlo Heirs 4t acres John W Grlllln lit acres 0 A Ilogue lU acres Mrs M A Jeffries CO acres airs Hell Klco lot J M Robinson 2 acres G W Hlngleton tO nacres Sins M A Tarter I acre Jos Wlllard L1O acres leo IVllrrlslMncns Krnst Id stares Jno1AdntruUacruslien George W Cnrson S ncros Win 2 acres Henry Delaney 3 acres letur Hlce 1 acre lira J L Hmlth 130 uterus Win Curtis Is uterus Thos itcctora5acres Nichols A liohnltt 1 acre W DOrllllnlH acres Huxektnh Crane 10 ncres airs M K Hhlpmnn 16 acresI- L L White 70 acre Green Hrock 70 acres Win H Miller 60 ncres Jerry Wilcher 27 ncre- DO Young 10 acre W It Hoynoldi arsons Herman Hlaughtor A3 acres Alonzo Vlnson es acres Harsh H Uooley 4 acres G Ii nines IS acre Mrs H J likens 00 acres IfincreHoltzclawOhiiH Ilurfew 100 acres J K Hmlth CD acres H H Mullins K7 acres- HnydenGoocb ICO ncres August Miller 75 acres G Ma xey W acres J G Mnstln 74 acre Mike Hpellstur ti acres Fred Hays 8 acres H H Burton 104 none George llrent M ncres James HusterM acres H H GoochU ncres J W Harrison 123 acres- J O Harris Jr in acres JO lards Hr 70 acres Green Kldd SO acres- JobnMcKlnneyk J MoKlnney 23 acres Hill 1rlco town lot 1ctreyflOiioresW Thos Tlmburleson 100 acres luclndaletrey acres 2IJ acres Wm Hcblndlnbnner lSSAcres ncreaJohnJoe Floyd 1 acre G N Htntan Macros J II Yocum 20 acre J It MoWborter TO acres J FJelTrles 40 acres J NGnlne 15 acres Kenler153acreH Will treasure CO ncres James Lawrence 40 acres John Illnlno 1 nero Lewis Dnle 3 acres Inlty IHullH town lot Hen Ferrlll SnrreHenry Johnson GO acres Newman Iutten 2 acres iIllgneytncresllnrrltt Hnggnrd Heirs 40 acres Joins Rogers 00 uterus Dick Thompson nero at1lH J K I more town lot OhAB Hocker 13 nero John Isom 20 uterus K W ryn acres Anthony Ulvens 1 ncro- jamcs u 40 acre- 1ntoKirkpatrick 23 acres W L htrUll31l1cres- CJturge Uwsluy 2 ncrei John Bandldgo 1 ncre lames Stewart 2 acre Wm Lackey Jr town lot Wllllnm liullay 2 acres Coo Onrponter 40 acres h W IUGIIEH Auditors Agt for Lincoln County Ky f usEUh PRESETS FOR NEW YEARt You are going to buy Gents Furnishing Goods why not buy Something Pretty Something Good nt tho same time Something Useful A SILK MUF I FLERII8gool every cold day in the year nnd we have them from e SOc to 350 A Handsome Plain or Goldor Sils ver Mounted Umbrella Good every Rainy or Sun Shiny day at n range of prices from 1 to 10 A NICE NECKTIE for GOo or SI 1 A good pair of Warm or Dress Gloves or n JOHN B 1 STETSON lint nt 350 or 500 A pair of Ladies ULTRA SHOES 350 and 4 or a IMANSS WALK I OVER SHOE for 350 1 and 5 A beautiful Silk Handkerchief or n dozen linen ones Wo will be glnd to I show you these at any timetH jSTANFORD Start the New Year right by Patronizing The Charles Wheeler J 4- e Emporium Hustonville Ky FOR SALE I IVhorse power holler nnd engine and taw mill for 11 e sell either or both UIIAM KxsHMNOttenhclm Ky Ioitofllce WnyneshurK Ky Notice of Application For Par v don Alec Rico who was convicted of murder in the Ulrcult Court of Lincoln county nt the S ovenibcr term of said court ISirt will ark tho governor for pardon nod nil who opjeut will notify the governor and state In writ log nny objection EXECUTORS SALE As executor of Mr Mary CGnddls I will on- TUKHDAY JANUARY 121te- at hor Into residence a mile from MI- Ildgov111elnldncolncounty Ky sell atoutcry I fondly mare i cow nllil calr II lot of corn old fashioned furniture household surd kitchen furniture n lot of poultry Xsboats S tracts of knob Inmlcontnlnlng Uncres each each about1j4 miles West of Slllledgov111o also H tractor ncres of lintclass Innd nlxiut y utile trom leytons Vull Ierm utudu NItOwn oar day of sale ExorJAt McKinney Ky You cnn find our Htnndanl Itomedy the greatest blood nnd liver medlclnoyet known III case or Klieumntlsm Halt Itliinim Kid ney Trouble nnd all diseases arising from Impure blood II hOI no equal It Is manu factured under tho pure food not of Juno lust and guaranteed the atnnafacturer Ii the 101ll00y 1s taken according to directions and If lie or situ Is not Iwnelltcd by tho use of the Hemcdywo will refund your inonoy We can ilo nothing more Kncli pnckngo eontnlll 201 UOHe withi n registered guntnau tee and mallliiK curd with full Instructions Wo sand It to any address by mull on reo celpt of tlnet pntkngo or six piickBBM fpi J5 Bettor order n todR If taken tlmo ou might save n doctor bill Itemomberlfyoutakotho Remedy accord lug to instructions stud rune not benefited find thereiueddollarug stores for will snle 1101 It Is sold only1tUAFNWILLIAMHIAgent s Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exdian e TITLE CO No 1nacres on the Wnyneiburg pike rI mar Hlgliland 5room house barn and 0111 er outbuildings nice orchard This prupor- ty near and schoolboosts is lNpNo Houth of Crab Or I cliard on the Hlnte road has a twostory hnuse good tarn and swell water ednlMiut Idl acres of this land la bottom land nnd produce hue crop A Imrgnln at 1600 X cash bnlanco In one rind two yours n R imncre on TiuckOreek near Way neat urg 4room house bnrn rind other out liulldlni plenty of water lash price tl fnsNo4Itxncre near Level Green Hock castle county Ky This farm ba n new 1 story frame would cost to build now good Imrn crib Ao located antichurch and school This a nice homo can bn bought for f 10 per acre H cash I rooIninlnder In 11 months No 6lffl ucrci ndlolnlnK the nbovo farms i 100 acres In cultivation 4 room t good tMirn nnd other outbUlldlllgslIIleQ or chnnl One of tho ty lrlcuays0 half CIIIII balance I and 3 years No 6211 acres adjoining farm Nos 4 and- S IM acres In cultivation balance In tint I her OOCM white ouk hickory and some unto I cedar lists Story lug huso nnd 10011 orch i strut wall watered mush price aoou f No12o neres near Maretsburg KyJW acres In cultivation good UwollliiK house bnrn nnd necQssnry outhulldliiRS lino water crud school church stud It It tannin 1rlio WfM X cash balance in one and two year NoH511 acres nearly nil of this fnrm Is bottom land hue for corn gooddwullingionsnnowborn y miles from Detest College iloih price Peso mlloII 100 per ecru No 10TH acres near Btnhford Ky li necessarybulldingeetOycan For full particulars In to all tb HURheaJamel o j 1 M i tt 1 Wiijter Goods January 1st finds us with some Winter goods on hand and wo will pfler these at astonishingly low prices The Winter is yet before us Come and ece the great paying at this store Cloaks Skirts Pure and heavy goods imut go KY 1 The Interior Journal STAHFOIUJ KY JAN 1 1900 NEW assortment of local view post cards at Pennys Drug SloroISOME very special bargains In Box Paper but the Is Aak to see them PennyI Drug Store I PERSONATE C E BoilON Is up from Lebanon IIAYS FOSTER was In Louisville this week j MRS S D BAUTLETT Is visiting In ParisR B WOODS attended the hop a- Mt Sterling MARC COLLIS of Lexington visited Mays Foster liON HARVEY HELM has returned to Washington City JOIIM THOMAS McALISTER visited red atives at Lebanon Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS visited Danville relatives J U ADAMS of Birmingham Is with Hustonvlllo relatives ROBERT FENZEL JR of Cincinnati Is with his father here I Miss MARY fit CROW le visiting rel ativcs In Sheffield Ala- i C V GENTRY and J B House were in Louisville this week MRS R C IIOCKER and children vis- Ited Richmond relativesI SAM EMDRY JR spent several days with Loulsvlllo relatives JUOOE J S OwflLKY wire and son I visited hie father at Lexington Miss SARA SINGLEJOS of Ixmlsyillo has been visiting relatives hero PROF J N WIGGINTON spent Xmas with his homefolks at Stamping Ground- J SID ADAMS and wife of firming ham visited his mother and sister here PRETTY Miss MARY RODBRTS of Somerset is with Miss Jennie Pepples ATTORNKY G B SAUFLKV was in Frankfort on legal business this week HIGGINS WOODS of Cincinnati spent a few with his mother and hereT W JONES and wife have moved to lion Harvey Helms cottage on East MainR L WARNER and wife of Ander Ion Ind were guests of his parents hero CAPT AND MRS WORSIIAM of Cor bin were guests of tho family of J F CoverLITTLE SARAN ALLEN COIUIINBY Is convalescing from a severe spoil of pneumonia LancasterIand Will Stono ARMP S BROADDUS and handsome xi little eon of Purcell Okla aro visiting tc his mother here w Miss ELIZABETH CREIOIITON of Bur gin is visiting tho family of T V Fer cirellSomerset Journal if MRS FISH little grandson ol Crab Orchard passed through to Nil more to visit her daughter 11 MISSES MARGARET AND PAULINE HOCKER who are attending college at Lexington spent Xmas at homo WILL TUCKER returned to college at fowling Green this week Ho is study Ing telegraphy and bookkeeping REV D M WALKER and gone to housekeeping In tho residence recently A Walden MRS W A TRIUBLE and little daughter wont to Washington Ind to attend the marriage of her brother RAY FOWLE and sister Miss Bessie visited tho family of their Wells at Carlisle during the holidays SIIELTON M SAUFLEY of Frankfort and Robert C Saufley of Harrodsburg spent a few days with their mother hereWILLIAM P AND OWSLEY WALTON of Lexington are guests of their rela lives James and Clalborno WaltonMiss EMILY GRAVES MURPHY who Is I spending tho winter in Louisville camo up to bo with her parents at Rowland Miss s FRANCES BECKETT of Kan sas City and Nannetto and Lucy Simp r son of Quanah Texas were with Mrs C E Tato I Mns R S HENDREN and children Lucillo and Robert spent Christmas with her fathers family N W Fowle at Rowland t RF AND MRS W G MONTGOMERY of Moreland left yesterday for Men dian Miss where ho will take charge of the First Christian church MISSES MATTIE MCCLARY and Maud Carter who are teaching in the SchoolT for tho Deaf at Indianapolis spent Christmas week t MR CICERA REYNOLDS one of the substantial citizens of Stanford iu hero on a visit to his daughter Mrs Hart well C Lccompto Frankfort Journal WILBUR B GOOD who is bookkeep ing for the Stearns Lumber spent Xmas with his family hero Ho lucky enough to bo away from Stear the trouble occurred Christmas kday LEE RUPLEY attended the hop at Leb anonMIKE PENNY is with his cousins in KnoxvllloWILLIAM MARTIN of Princeton Ind is with T W Humble MISSES JENNIE AND KATE NEWLAND visited East End relatives Miss ALICE RANKIN several days with Lancaster friends MRS RICHARD PUTNAM of Lebanon Is with her many friends here spentChristmasDR W M DOORES of Crab Orch ard Is at the St Asaph for a few weeksMas J W IRELAND and little Lu Gila Ireland returned from Danville WednesdayMR OWSLEY of Columbus Ga spent several days with his fath er Dr J B Owsley MRS HETTIE MCKINNEY Is in Louis vlllo with her daughter Mrs W J Yager who Is very ill L F BOBBITT qf Bloomington 111 visited his brother F P Bobbltt of the Turnersvillo neighborhood DR W B OBANNON was elected a director of tho First National Bank In the place of Col T P Hill deceased It L CHRISMAN formerly of the West End has located at Olalhe Kan sas and orders his I J sent him there Miss MARGARET HOPPER who Is teaching at Providence and Prof W superintendent of the Mt Sterling Graded School spent Xmas with tho folks at homo familyfromHe has bought the magnificent Cedar Wood Stock Farm near that place It was the home of C E Jones formerly of Danvillo Tim Misses Bauchman entertained very charmingly Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Stella McClary who was married on the following day to Mr Will A Yoager Quite a number of friends were present and all had a good time LOCALS TRY some of Singlctoud SOc coal oil CLOTHBS French cleaned Cook Farmer CAR Liverpool salt arrived today J H Baughnmn Co Two rooms over Tom store for rent W A Tribble THE water wagon will be by this morning Better get on HONEY ADAMS agedcitizen of tho Rowland section died and was bur led at Crab Orchard Sunday TilE banks will closed and the postoffice will observe Sunday hours today on account of New Year day HUGHES SWINEBROAD tho Lancas ter real estate men sold for E B Miller to Van Keeton 85 acres of land near Hubble for 3G50 Tim Lincoln County National hank declared a three per cent dividend and carried 3000 to the surplus fund after I paying all expenses THE Ladles +Aid aDYP U Societies of the Baptist church presented their pastor Rev J Murray Taylor with a handsome gold watch for a Christmas present I A FINE hound pup eight months old black and white spotted and slightly lame loft a month ago I will pay a reward for his return J Thomas Hack ley Stanford R F D No2 P W WlHPP left to take charge of a big drug store at Stanford which ho I recently bought His numerous friends wish him success and commend him to the people of Stanford as a high toned gentleman Liberty News JUDGE CARSON Gov Willson has appointed our old friend Charles C Carson police judge of Liberty Ills father Judge W It Carson was po lice judgo hero for many years and made a good one as we predict his son will To all parties holding certificates of county claims You aro notified that the money is now in tho county treasury to pay your claims and that you must therefore pay your taxes at once otherwise I will have to add tho penal ty T J Hill S L C INSTANTLY KILLEDMiss Addle Haggard daughter of Bud Haggard of the Kingsvillo section was instantly killed Wednesday afternoon by No2 the Q C Northbound passenger She was walking over Fishing Creek trestle and seeing tho train coming started to run but her foot caught and she fell the engine knocking her from the trestle She was 21 years old and an excellent young woman n The FutureWe must look to The year just passed has done us all the goodor evil it can In some respects it has been n remarkable year ns it has brought with it the usual unsteadinrca in business affairs at tending presidential years Once more lets put our shoulders to the wheel and work together and success is sure Wo thank you for your patronage in 1908 and ask a continuance for 1000 1b FINE neckwear Cummlna Wear en JACOB SrmOLF suddenly of heart trouble at Waynesburg HATS are still going below cost while they last Miss Ella May Saunders WE have on hand1 kinds of fresh meats See us Wilkinson Lutes NEW line of spectacles Eyes tested free at the Now Stanford Drug Cos 2 store OWL brand pure cotton aced meal Car just arrived 30 per ton J IItBaughman Co ONLY a tcrowdattended the rink Tuesday ni ht Tho crazo seems to have about died out d FOR SALE OK HENTThe Warner storehouse on East Main Street Ap ply at onco to W K Warner 1 W K WARNER wants to see you about your plumbing tinning and guttering also country water works Depot street Stanford ALL accounts are Jan1 A settlement shall be appreciated Prompt payments mean best attention and good prices Geo D Hopper I HAVB bought AI Wallaces interest in the livery firm of Beazley Wal lace and also the books Thoso owing tho firm will please call and settle withI me G G Buazley JOHN TODD charged with forging JakcRobinsons namo to checks on which he got money from R G Jones and J- AI Phillips was brought down from Rockcastlo and placed in jail yesterday PARDONED Jesse Underwood whoI got six months in jail on the charge of writing threatening letters has been pardoned by Gov Willson Ho had served about li months of tho time DIG TURKEY R E Thompson of the East End presented to W P Wnlkt er tho Crab Orchard distilller a tur key weighing 55 poundsthe largest fowl of the kind over raised in Lincoln county F AL WARE of McKlnney and W Garner of the East End have bought of G W Singleton his stock of goods ntI Cedar Creek and will continue the busl ness under tho firm name of Wart Garner MR SAM ROBINSON the clever and up to date gents furnisher remembered us with a Christmas present of which wo are very proud By the way ho did a splendid business last year atjd ho asks us to thank through these columns the many who liberally patronized him He asks a continuance through the year just begun MR W CARSONwho is making ono of the best assessors tho county has ever had announces for tho democratic nomination for jailer this Issue Ho has a strong following and will prove a dangerous factor in tho race which there are already a half dozen entries Mr Carson will have a card in this paper in a few days which aro requested to read THE boys played themischief here Christmas eve as a half dozen broken window glasses some of them of tho finest plate bear silent proof Cannon crackers dynamite pistols shot guns etc etc were used and night was made hideous A conservative busi ness man remarked to us that ho believed that tho merchants lost hundreds- of dollars in sales by the foolish pranks of the boys A court of inquiry has been held but we have not heard of anybody being punished We hope how ever that the thoughtless follows will yet be made to pay for their fun if such disorderly doings can be fun THE directors of the Lincoln County National Bank at a meting held Dec 2d 1908 adopted the following resolu tions With deep regret we record tho fact that a vacancy in the directory of the Lincoln County National flank has been caused by the death of John F Cash For many years ho has been- a staunch supporter of this Institution and has contributed much to its success by his sagacity and counsel In his death this Board loses one of its strong eat and moat valued members and Lin coin county loses a model citizen a Christian gentleman a successful man whose example Is well worthy of emu lation Tho heartfelt sympathy of this Board is tendered to his famllv If I No more hunting The game law is out A NEW stock of Oliver plows plow gear etc on hands Come aad see us W H HIggins GOOD geese Go turkeys 10 to 12c according to quality hens 81 ducks G to 8c H B Northcott Stanford BEAR in mind thJ entertainment at tho Graded School Saturday Jan 9 at P M Admission free Everybody in vited TimE Ladies Aid Society of the Chris- Tian church will not meet with Mrs W I Mt Bright this afternoon as announced but will do so next Friday Jan 8 TilE county affairs are In ship shape Every contract was completed and paid for before the year went out We congratulate the fiscal court on Its good work ACCORDING to Mr John Bright Red the sky was clear enough yesterday morning to see tho sunrise It being the fourth time we have had that pleasure since Nov 1 THE First National flank of Stan ford declared a semi annual dividend of four per cent carried to surplus fund 1000 and had left over about 800 as undivided profits r CLAUDE CAMDEN while drinking shot a Negro named Cam GooOh at Waynesburg Xmas day and badly wounded him He was arrested and placed under a 500 bond NOTICE All those having claims against tho estate of John F Cash de ceased will please present them to me the First National Bank Stanford properly proven and verified by Jan 151909 H C Baughman administra tor IIUNN SWEENEY general merchants of Shelby City Will do a cash business beginning Jan 1 This will enable them to sell at much closer prices and they will be in better shape than over to give you bargains They thank you for past patronage and solicit a continuance THE Christmas tree at the Baptist church was a thing of beauty and the presents on It carried joy to many hearts An enjoyable program includ ing a beautiful vocal solo by Miss Ma rie Mahony was given before the presents were distributed Russell Brown made a fine Santa Claus ICRAIGElizabeth Wearen Craig the of Ur and Mrs W N Craig of Mlddlesboro died of diphtheria and was brought hero an interred in Buffalo cemetery after vices by Rev J L Yandell at W B McKinneys residence at 10 oclock Saturday morning The bright little thing was ill only 18 hours Great sym pathy is felt for the bereaved family Iri their loss 1MISS LILLY P EDMISTON was hostess yesterday at a very charming recep tion given in honor of the young girls 1who are at home for the holidays The house was elaborately decorated in smilax palms ferns and poinsetta Tho dining room was in red and green A tall cut glass vase filled with pain setta and surrounded by silver candle sticks shaded with scarlet shades and holding red tapers formed the center design The Ices were in tho form of snowmen and the mints and confec tions were in white and redrLouls vlllo Herald THE friends of Dr W Harry Higgins will be delighted to know that he is rapidly climbing the ladder of fame in his chosen profession Graduating last year from the Johns Hop- I kins Medical University of Baltimore the most scientific medical school in the States standing high in his classes without preparation for competitive examination he was en titled to internship in his almamater but having signed a contract for one year with the board of directors of the Allegheny Hospital of Pittsburg Pa he felt honorbound to fill his contract While at homo last week on vacation he received a message of inquiry from Dr Barker who is of clinical medicine in the Johns Hopkins to know if ho would consider an assistantship ill his clinic which ho accepted A high compliment a merited honor showing ho has an impression upon the minds of that great faculty which time and distance can not erase With his immaculate character energy mod and honor he is destined to be the idol of his home a blessing to his parents the pride of his birthplace and a benefactor to country J Seasonable Goods tor white sewing next week we will place on sale a big line of whito goods lace embroideries and etc We have some special values for you Come Took Yc t SEVERANCE SON STANFORD To Our CustomersW- othank you for your liberal patronage for the year just closed and solicit a continuance of the same for the year 1000 We want to make the year 1000 our banner year Without your support we can do nothing With your help you can make us what we want to be We ask you for your assistance in helping us to reach our expectation fur this year It is our aim to give value received for every dollar that goes into our cash drawer All we ask for is a legitimate profit We have never deemed it good business to blow trumpets itc and cut a few things to cost and n little under and then rob a customer 11 by extortion on something else An honest value for nn hon est dollar is our motto Again soliciting your business for 1000 w0aretTRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY 7 dfour Brother or Father would appreciate nothing more than ho would a dozen of LION BRAND COLLARS and n nice NECKTIE for a XMAS present We have so many pretty styles that you can come and select until your hearts content A nice linn of Cut Button for 25 and 50c Stick Pins from 25c to 100 Watch Fobs 25c to 100 aud many other pretty presentsSAM ROBINSONh STANFORD KY 8 1 My Store will be closed m sOms January 6 and 7 09 For Invoicing I fI W E Perkins Crab Orchard 1 The Interior Journal Xnteredin the PottOffice at Stanford 01 ttwndditt malkfIEvery person in this city who is suffering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp disI case can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists cell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge NoM Fot A M will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month at 10oclock In their hall on Main street Stan lord Ky Member of sister lodges are frn ternallyInvited to be present U It Penny W MT W PunnlnBtonHec A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Rams Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man I STANFORD KY r iiesiilenco Phone 34 Office 95 Iliauresrithme and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox i a hnndsome large young Jersey Dull do scended from asong and unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cows on the Island ot Jersey England and America Ills I sire Is one of tho best bulls ever Imported I omlhls dam Is a show cow that has given 1- 1poundlof 1 rich milk In one dny If you be- lIeeLlkltbegOU 1 take or the Llkenea 01- fome cestur ndhle n strictly good cowrbouldJ1IU yourself of his ser vice lie will bo to servo a limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own year for a fee of 15 each Make engagement before sending cow to be bred AOTTKH Telephone ttu Stanford Ky N D1Pe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold nt right prices CONCRETING We are In posltloh to do nil klndl of con creting such as lilock Work Tnvements and In fact wo can make nny thing from a house down too fence post Wo can serve you promptly and guarantee llrstolBM work and uta eri U Call and get our before you buy your material nt least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky We Buy I FURSHides Weol FeathereTAowBwax uel1l Golden SealYd7ow Rend MaT Apple Wild Ginger etc We an dealers talIill I856Oyer LaUcnlur1lo LouimDe sad caa do better hryea tliaa sgcoH cf eanmuioa merclitiiX Rdettnce soy Buk in LoumBe Wrilt far WtcU price I in sod ilipcuf tags M Sabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY J L Beazley Co UndortaKera and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingBRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give them a Call Prices Right SVNFORD KENTUCKY JpfldcCIary Undertaker J Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY4 kOmce Phone 167 Home Phone U r it OFFICIAL CALL IOfficial call for democratic primary Lincoln county to nomi offices11BtherebyI voting Satur I day February 6th 1909 between 6 A and 4 r M for the purpose of nom mating democratic candidates for the offices of county jqdge county attor noy county clerk sheriff jailer rep resentative assessor school superin tendent magistrates of the several magisterial districts constables coro ner and surveyor 2nd All democrats who are legal voters of Lincoln county or who will be legal voters on the 2nd day of November 1909 are entitled to vote in their respective precincts and are requested to do so 3rd Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on the ballots to be used in said primary election shall n or before l2 oclock midnight of theI 22nd day of January 1909 deposit the treasurer of the committee the sum hereby fixed as the entrance fee in tho race for the office for which he is a candidate said sum to realized to beI used in defraying the expenses of the primary At the same time the candi date shall give written notice to the chairman that he desires to be a candi date and name the office ho seeks The entrance fee of candidates shall be as follows For sheriff 40 for county judge 10 for county at torney 10 for county clerk 10 for jailer 15 for assessor 10 for representative I 10 forschool superintend ent 10 circuit clerk 10 4th The election shall be held in all respects as required by statute relative to primary elections and a uniform ballot shall be used in all voting precincts The chairman of the commit tee Is directed to cause to bo printed and distributed to the several voting precincts the necessary ballots and all supplies necessary to the legal conduct of the election 5th The democratic county committee shall appoint officers to hold the election In each precinct who shall be selected from lists furnished by all can didates who desire to submit lists The officers shall be as nearly divided as possible as to judges clerks and sheriffs among the various candidates The officers of the primary shall as soon as the polls are closed which shall bo done at 4 r M proceed at once to count the ballots cut for each and every candi date for office and after counting same they will place all ballots voted in the ballot boxes furnished by the commit- S tee scaling up the boxes as required by law and within two days thereafter the sheriffs and judges of election will deposit the boxes wjth the chairman of the county committee at the court house in Stanford The officers of the election in each precinct will make and sign a written statement showing the number of votes cast for each and every candidate for office In the precinct and place said statement in an envelope and deposit it in the ballot boxes 6th The returns are to be made to the chairman of the county committee and should he be absent from the coun ty then to the secretary of the com mittee at the court house within two days after the election On the next day after the election the county com mittee shall meet and canvass the re turns of the election and make certifi cate thereof 7th The secretary of the committee is directed to give notice of this elec tion as is required by law G L PENNY Chmn- J B BAILEY Secy Mrs McRaneys Exporlence Mrs M McKaney Prontiss Miss writes I was confined to my bod for three months with kidney and bladder trouble and was treated by two physicians but failed to get relief No human tongue nan tell how I suffered and I had given up hope of over get ting well until I began taking Folejs Kidney Remedy After taking two bottles I felt like a now person and reel it my duty to toll suffering women what Foleys Kidney Remedy did for me II Nov Stanford Drug Co FARMERS DEPARTMENT Twentyone sheep for sale L P Nunnelley FOR SLE140 good young ewes J J Thompson Preachersville Fore SALE Finely bred Plymouth Rock cockerels Mrs RJI Crow R F D No2 box 28 Shelby City LANCASTER COURTA good crowd attended Lancaster court Monday and considerable business was transacted Of the 250 cattle on the market two thirds were disposed of Some extra gjod 900pound cattle sold at 4Jc Dont drug the Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoop Restorative and see how quickly good health w1l1 come to you again Test it and see I Sold by Pen nys Drugstore It is believed that tho death list in Messina and Reggio as a result of the earthquake wjllreach 110000 and the total number of deaths estimated at anywhere from 150000 to 200000 Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that may develop into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foloyt Honey and Tar as It soothes inflamed membranes heals the lungs and ex pels the cold from tho system New Stanford Drug Co An attempt was made to assassinate Deputy Sheriff Waddell at Stearns One bullet passed through his coat and he was struck in the head with a missile A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store MEAL EXCHANGE I am at all times prepared to exchange meal for corn My milt will run every tint unlay Dick Baker Miller JHailKKUSON Omb Orchard Ky WL MCARTYCIs n candidate for Hhorlll of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action 01 the democratic party M S BAUGHMAN Is a candidate for Hberllt of Lincoln county subject to the action ot the democratic plftyIJOHN J MOSER is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Uemoornllo perry I M BRUCE is candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln county mbjeot to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS countInbjeetjimy DINK FARMER Is a candidate for the Democratic nomina lion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action pt the democratic party I D C ALLEN II a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot the democratic pony J A DUDDERAR Is a candidate for assessor of Lincoln Count subject to the action of the democratic party W D WALLIN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the notion of tho democratic arty SMOWENS- Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party W SBURCH- Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin cola county subject to the notion of the Democratic party M F NORTH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lln cola county subject to the action of the Democratic party T J HILL JR Js n candidate for County Attorney of Lin coin county subject to the action of the Democratic poly M C 8AUFLEY- Is a candidate for circuit Judge of this the mh Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ie a candidate for circuit Judge of this the mil district subject td tho action of the Democratic party CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer county Is n candidate for Com monwealths Attorney of this the 13th Ju dicial district subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN C PEPPLES Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count subject to tho action of tho democratic party W W WHITE Is a candidate for Assestorof Lincoln conn ty subject to the action of the Democratic pnrty JAMES P BAILEY Is n candidate for Judge of the f Lincoln county court subject to the notion of the Democratic party W H SHANKS Ii a candidate for renomlnatlon for llepro sentntlvoof Lincoln cowry subject to the action of the Democratic party THOMAS W GOOCH Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of time Democratic party GARLAND SINGLETON Ts a candidate for Huporlntundent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the Democratic party JAMES F HOLDAM ia candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county luhject to the action of tho Demo cratic party J D SWOP- EI a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln cuunty subject to thenctian of the Demo cratic party LESLIE ANDERSON Is a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to tho notion of the Demo cratic party A R WALLACE h n candidate for Coroner of Lincoln coun the nation of tho DemocraticvlnttuijoNeo 190V W M DUDDERAR Is n cnndldnto lor magistrate or the llus tonvlllu dlstrlctsubjoct to tho action of the Democratic party JAMES McKECHNIE Is a candidate for Magistrate In Btnnford District tubject to the action of the Demo cratic party Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tholtockholders theOr+ b Orchard Unfitting Ooat Crab Orchard will IHJ held at their banking house the tit non day In January limos for tbn purpose or electing directors nnd oflloer for the ensue ing your J U 11AILKY Unsblcr NOTICE Notice li hereby given that Alfred Ilrlght will at the regular January meeting of time hoard of Prison Commissioners of the ante of Kentucky make application to said at Krnnkfort Ky for IIfrom tho State penitentiary nniniiT This Dec 19 1908 fly Hob Ilrlght StockholdersMeeting A meeting of tlio stockholder of the First National Dank of Stanford will he hold At their banking house the second Tuesday In January loom for the nurH o of electing directors for the elllulnLyellr- JOIII JMeitonanrsCas- hierStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of tho tIn Oounty National hack of Stanford will Iw held at their milking house the second Tuesday In January two for the Jimrpose of electing directors fur the ensuing year v fitIlklourCus- hierStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders ot the National Jlauk of IIusto vlllo will be held nt I their banking house In Ittutonvtllotheseo ond Tuesday In January lee between II and 11 AM for the punOle ot electing direc tore to servo the ensuing year J W hoes xn OablerI Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form f Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Mcd Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of HO acres of good blue Brass lacd lying one mile North of McKlnn yon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing Rood of water and fruit Also Its acre of timbered loud one mile East of McKlnney half under fence plenty ot water and good tohuccn land Heo grow ns crop JAOIVKNHARent McKinney hy Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my sloek of Ira cerlennnd Hnrdwnro n fond ball ness Will Invoice about flHw n on III health ORO D HOPIKU Stanford Ky Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fot external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause akin diseases Eczema c sickly and it permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for urn pie EW Rose MedCo SuLoulstMo Iennya Drug Store B D GARTER Now Livorv Dopot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY 0 When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex- perIence Then your clothes whetbern low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and tit watch plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will alto take your tens ure for extra trousers fancy vets top coats and overcoats Fail nnd Winter sain plus on hand ready for your Inspection KO nUILrTallolJtHlinrord Special line of Rugs Druggets and Rock ers for the Holiday TradeG Moreland Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Eight of the lending companies of the world represented Loinpetu rules with lolspnyIng suit In the history of thU Losses promptly paid mind without discount No waiting JJI days fov your money Ileforo In lurIng call on- MAIJONY G RANMBN The Insurance Men of Stanford Weak WomenT- oweak and ailing women there li at least one way to help nut with that way two treatments must bo combined One Is local one Is constitu tional but both are Important both essontUL Dr Stoops Night Cure Ii the Dr hoops Rcitoretlve the Constitutional The former Dr Bhoops Night Core Isa topical mucous embanosuppositoryremedywhilaDro- ehoopsiRsorsdveIs wholly an treatment The KeitorUlTO reaches throughout the entire system joeklni the repair Of all nerve all aU blOOd ailments The Night Cure as Its name Implies does Its work while you sleep Itsoothes sore and Inflam ed mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and discharges WhIle the Itestorattre cases nervous ambltJoolbutldlDr hoo- pKestomtlve4abtetsorLiquidara general tonic to the system VorpotltlT local bslp UlUI well vSHoopsN PENNYS DRUG STORE fr New Ledgers Journals And Cash Books In Great Variety of Styles and Prices In Fact a Very Complete Line of Stationery- Generally PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln county national Bank r Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 I s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSt J 6 Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Oco W Carter Stanford John n Foster Stanford W 11 Shanks Stanford John P Cash TraylorGilbertsII Cummins Ircnclicraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberta Creek last eonct2crnJ1 iStanforct Ry Oryanixttf SS2 Capital Stock Iso 000 Jrerpar and Vndfvidnt iPrafilt S D 000 Jfa3 paid in dividends since Organisation S2t 500 fnuito 9ffut Accounts on Our 9trf r OFFICERS I S Hooker PresMenl S T Harris VlcePretWenl- John h McRoberti Oasbler n C Qaughraan Ast Cufr- w W Saunde re Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J 1I DaughmanMM D Blmore J M Pettut S II Daughraan J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T R Hill J S lookeraC E Tate n If 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