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L t V h THE INTERIOP JOURNAL =XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 5 1909NO87VOL Jl j HUSTONVILLB r Among the many Xmaa visitors to fIlustonvillo none was more cordial Rev Steven B Land and his charming wife of Bloomflelt who were guests D- Weatherrordati WcathVford Many delightful entertainments woro Riven in their honor On Wodnesda evening Mr and Mrs Chas Whreler entertained at it beautiful dinner with Key and Mrs Lander na tho honored guests The decorations of Xmas greet very effective Covers were 1were Later In the evening Rev Lander In a most manner chris- teneds a loving presented by tho Sabbath to their beloved superintendent Mr Charlei Wheeler and as cup passed fron guest wish for to theheaeach sands happiness i of r Mr Wheeler The cleverest Imitation of real Colic over yet made IB Dr Shoops Houltl Coffcw It Is line In flavorand made in Just ono minute No IsI 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made pure parched grains malt tilts etc Sample ftC Sold by Pennys DruJI Store PUBLIC SALE I 1 wilt tell nt pnhlloaction the old I1 B urrlthplcORTUt Y JNIIIWJ Th followli Ki V bores and mule two nml Imrntn milk 00 T4 tarrelofcorillotut ttiehen uliwki QI alder lioimliolU nn furniture tolo Teruti made known on dn of tone IMlOUKItS 1rrnohrrrtll- iextCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Ulroutt Uuurt H T Hnrrli riMattnt viCoLWIanbam Defemlnut Mollco ol Bale 8 tllriCtwl by n miilcml nt tho November 1IIH11I thunbovettylml notion thsuodersgntsllloulnl4a- lonerw01onMONUAiJAN UTII lw nl nbuut 1 P M In front courtliouie door In HtnntorU Kvnlueky vltr for Mtv IIII public outcry to the lilghmt and l Mit Wddcr two mute trot nlxjut H ran oM cue in Iron grey she uthrr nchotiiutIt li tn Mttlifjr nlitla i titJudgmuntitYnlnsttbtdrfetalalittorthatilt from Jnn lit IMS tulijrcl it 7Jin 01 duI luxutnl Ute Jurllie stder credit ul t7 July lit 1VW nnd UK roiUof inunction- TKIlMrWrh mile wilt IM on n cmllt of throe month lloiul with gout 1 eurily for thi to the Oommlt IOlllrlurll1lt 6Jerrwnllnleregfruits the dllll of unto Will bo torJ 11 1AXTON M c I i C Valuable Mill And Dwelling For Sali- uotndlnelonlUdaut I iilof tlic iJmulii finmi uurl n tu urtd ut the jWVlal IH romlx r tirin lirtt In tlivouie of I M 11 hptri nitnlntt IJ 11 111 dinlnlilraior etc the UII foiiimUtoniir will nt about i r Huii SfilNIAYJANvli W- iiiU front of the null Kyohrtr for tall nt imtillo ouucy 10 tbv liUli it brl milder Ibe following prop Ott in llunlonvlllv llmolti county Kyi 1 Knur Alotuf tbrv nori icinlulnlnit n two tort frame dwulling hove of 8 rosins aporrlier llmlli und cellar n well r oh tern nnll outbehlduig lurntding n lorge- lIarn crib iniokohouio hen huurerlc sill of modern Him in pxevllent roimir Tlili lot II liounilwl on llif North nnd R set It IFetandofJDbn111nwddleulodMrllnniikf4R tnnehtnurIIwth for the purohnto of iirnlu irtid n mark t t for the title munufnciuru Thu mill lot It iKiuiulfil on the North by main utrvut on tin Knit by the hued ot A i M KryviOn tho Mouth the Adnnm land this Wett by tliolnud Ol John Din 1wallsand eont Nos about two acre Tin fi ageing txlnii Uiouuno protrarly du orlixHl In thuJuUKiiuat Thr vbJrut hut silk u for aetlAmtenl- r of tint atatu of HlI liipp and dlvUton of Hi turpUu nmoim ills behrg TKHMK The will txinndo ouuereUlt will be ro fortiletet from tilt date nt Irty ntilato the iioniniliisloner buying the force stud unert ul u Judgaluot lilnt allu Ierareill- he UMII onthp old IIUKUH A laiIHHpyolnlOommlMlonvr Commissioners Sale I Lincoln llruult Court Naplur nOleitodllufandliltiaNotlcu of mse to n nt of the Lincoln auUunlFI MONDAY JAN 11TH IWM Iwtwcvn the bOil rat ot 1 nnd oclock r xln trout of the rourthoutu door in the town of htanford 1y011ntpubllaoutcry to tho htRlmt nnd ngt di crlbud n e i to In lilncoln County Ky Tract No 1 on tho wiitor of OfUiu Creek In Lincoln County Ky boalnnlng nt a atone In the south tHlgu of luau county road co ner to llIoJIIr1I1 thunco with the county rood thnnco N 36 W U fl10 poles thence N 17 w ti polo to n itono on North j side of road thencu n now line H t7 W OJ ton itono III line of lyo tlioiiixHsi K IQ galas to a take corner to Thor llronti onit acre lot thunco with aalo N u U ISpoIii and fO link to 11 stake corner to smite tlnico HS K 11 pole and W link to n take In line of Ilront thence hU lino N g K n Jf10 poles to the beulnulnu nnd cotitaluliiK IT Iil store of Innd nnd being the saute instil own till by lion Nnplvrdnrlnulil llfetlnio I Tract No XcouilatlnK of 41 ncru X taU nnd 6 of Knob land In Lincoln county Kinndbouudedthube lnnlni ntn whlto s onlc nnil tfuni corner t1I8L tide of n path IIlId un t estldo of II brllllcli thenccK- HJi 01 to two popliir on tho top of HllllrIIIUI11IUIODIW HU poles n OAUl rldgo to thrve clie tnul oak ut udgo of jn little hulls I t14oncUN 41 W 4T polo to n itnko whore bush chestnut nnd r book OOltrOlliler wcro culled for tilts bush t sire still con s Dyohou9 thenuo hit lino H 7 W llttlo road thencUwlthhblttuINOWls poles to n1 et u whlto oak nt edgt of abrnnchmnrkertivi pointer thenco up 1111 r T links to whltn tVaJ KI poll to top iHgujuinir The ale Ito wndo on n credit of six uHntii naJ ihe will bo required to xocutun bond with approved ponoual for the purohnii prlco to atffendant will notibo tmld Inn wlllremnln a I the land until tho execution of tho liana required b noction m of the Olvll Oodo The two tract above mentioned wilt p be old sopant JJ lAXTONtHo 100 r Lr I Ji MIDDLEBURG aliiarraJto town Fatarday Tho Spriri term of MiddieburR Normal Collect will open Tuesday Mn Laura Leu will have charge of the tcacl era course Tho telephone exchange has been moved Into Wm Wheats store F L Jones tho operator iias quite a cozy littlo office there Mr and Mrs J T Short have gone t + hoJsokecpinff at Yosemite John S Coulter has moved into tho C wan property he bought of JP Hubble H C Eitea and Miss Uutslo ligg were made one by Hev J S Taylor 011 Christmas eve Tho groom Is a son ol O H Estcs and his bride is tho pretty granddaughter of Capt A D Wil llama of Yosemite Tho meeting at the Methodist church which began some two weeks ago Is still In progress and will likely continuo through this week Tho congregation are small at the morning services but fairly good at night Jesse Fogle spent the holidays with his sister Mrs Spurgcon Simpson near Covington G 1 Foglo returned Saturday to his home at Vlnto Okla C V Montgomery and E C Moore oC Liberty attended magistrates court here Saturday Ebcrlce Martin Is quite low with consumption at his homo ot Yosemite Rev J L Owens is on the sick list George King was here fron Liberty Clever Dick Young has been reelected cashier of tho Farmers Deposit Bank hero for another year Wet or Dry In spite of tho lesson of tho last Stat election In Kentucky the question or Wet or Dry still seems to be an actI- ve forco in Kentucky politics trough rith the same danger to party suttee and carrying with It more bittorncs and more distinctively drawn lines that wtwccn Democracy and Republicanism In Marion county in the nomination of ounty ofllcora in tho Democratic pri nary according to tho reports sent out torn Lebanon the line up was between hole who favor tho saloon and those ipposed to it und the result was herald ed as a wot victory In Warren runty where a primary election was leld by the Democrats last Saturday the awe issue was forced to tho front and Mr Denhardt the dry candidate for county judge wits nominated by a hand omo majority In other counties till onto question is likely to cut a big fig ire in the nomination of county officers In nearly every instance this light Is- blln made in counties that are dry unll they seem to be made without a ulllcient consideration of tho final election next November Where the wets win in tho primary there is a likelihood of the ticket being defeated by the temperance people voting for the republicans and whore the drys win thu nomination they are in danger of tho same fate by the wets voting with ho Republicans Doth sides are fool ng with fire unless they propose to lake the temperance question Instead of politics tho determinating matter In- the selection of county officers Eliza elhtown News A Religious Authors State mont POP several years I was aufllu with Ulnoy trouble and last Winter I oaf uddnnly stricken with a severe pali In my kldnoyu and was confined to bod light days unable to get up wlthou iBslstnnco My urine contained 11 Inuit white Hedlniont and I passed awe frequently day and night I commenced taking Foleys Kidney comedy and tho pain gradually abated anti finally ceased and my urine iccamo normal I cheerfully recom lend Foloys Kidney Uomedy New itanford Drug Co ow Some unknown man shot twice at Attorney General Culdwell as he was go ng from tho depot to his homo at Un- Ion City Tenn He has been prosecut log night rider- sProvontiesthose Candy Cold Cure iblets will safely nnd quickly check sail colds and tho Grip Trythem flee and see 1 4825c Soul by Penny s- DrujC Store Tho Bowling cenMessenger docs not claim to be so much bettor than Its neighbors but it didnt print any fool letters to Santa Claus says Ed 0 Leigh r fInstead of joining the army as heated ho was going to do Thomas Lin ley of Pnducah went to Golconda III and committed suicide More than 4000000 persons living in 100 cities obtain water for domestic nnd industrial purposes from tho great keg Father John of Cronstadt the most poweraul priest in Russia died at St otoraburg from a complication of dis eases INEWS NOTES according to tho Coroners report committed suicide fn Louisville in the year 1903 Beach Hargis who killed his fathe Judge James Hargis at Jackson W lgranted bail in 25000 which he read gaveThe masked highwaymen who held up 25 men near Tulsa Okla were captured by tt posse of officers and landed in jail- The twocent postage rate agreement arranged between tho United States and the German postal authorities recently went into effect Jan 1 In her testimony at Flushing N Y Mrs Rains mother of Thornton Hains on trial for the killing of William E Annie sworo that her son was irration al Tho forthcoming treasury statcmcn of the government receipts and expend itures will show a deficit for the first six months ut tho current fiscal year of approximately 61233403 President William Dewitt Hydn or Bowdoin College announces the receipt of a holiday gift to the college of obou 300000 The donor wishes for the present to remain unknown One third of Atlantas near beer dealers announced that with tho end or tho old year they closed their saloon for all time This action was taken be cause they claim that they can not of ford to pay tho 200 license required Ono hundred opossums with the usua accompaniment of sweet potatoes will grace tho banquet table of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce on tho evening of January 15 when Prcsldentelecl Tart will bo tho guest of honor of the city Statewide prohibition laws went into effect Jan lln three Southern States North Carolina Mississippi and Alaba na Georgia is the only other State wherein statutory prohibition exists the law having been in operation one year The Centcrport cottonseed house ofI the Peoples Oil Mills ut Aberdeen Has collapsed and 1G Negroes who wore at work at the time together with the general manager of the company T M Foster were caught in the debris Police Judge C W Ruclcor of Ed lyville who was whipped by night ri lera last February will move to his cldI home at Metropolis HI and it is said nstituto suit against his alleged assailants for 100000 damages It is said the defendants will number nearly 200 Tho threatened war between the Cal ahan and Denton factions in Breathitt ounty has been called off A compro mise was effected between the belligerents and by the terms of agreement fudge Tuulbeo dismissed all warrants igainst both sides and they retired from Jackson Robert Pcttifrce it carpenter was shot and killed near Hartranft Tcnn In a tragic manner Petrifeo was Intoxicated and mistook the homo of lames Stevenson a Negro for his own EIo tried to enter tho door of Steven tons house during the night Thinking burglars were attempting entrance Stevenson fired through tho door kill- Ing Pettifeo instantly The latter was arrested fpr tho deed Former State Auditor S W Bagel IBS notified Frank P James present state Auditor that lie dues not consider himself liable for sums taken by ludgo C E Booo while Claim Clerk In- the Auditors office during his term nd that the State must look to the banks which cashed tho checks to re over tho money Judgo linger will re list any effort to collect the money rom him in tho courts A Horrible HoldUp About ton years ago mv bl othol vas hoKlupl in hU work hlth and lappiness by what was believed to bo lopoloss Consumption writes W It Lilpsootnb of Washington N C He took all kinds of remedies and treat tent from several doctors but found 10 help till ho used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by sIx bottles Iii Is awoll man today Its quick to relieve and trio surest jure for weak or sore lungs Homor hairos Coughs and Colds Bronchitis Ja Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial ilfcctlons COc and el Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store I The fight against tho Alabama pro- hlbit ion law was opened Saturday Ina petition filed by lawyers of Montgomery in the United States Court The petitioners are tho Cook Brewing Jompany of Indiana who allege that tho law will mean a loan to them of 125000 a year in business If you will tnko Foley Orlnu Laxa Ivo until tho bowels become regular you will not have to take purgatives instantly as Foloya Orlno Laxa- tIve positively cures chronic constipa Ion and sluggish liver Pleasant to take Now Stanford Drug Co i k F1Hqww + t- N K1NGSVILLE Xmas tho quietest in years Alex Dunlap and Miss Emma Route were quietly married by G H Cannon on the 27th Our school opened for the spring term Jan 4th with E G Gilliland as one oC tho teachers If our county officers would visit us as often after they ore elected as be fore wo would have a model town M S Baughman Josh Swope Dae Allen and other candidates too numerous to mention have been here telling the voters what they would like Cor them to do on the Oth of Feb W M Lane came very near meeting death hero by being caught in tho machinery at the pump house at whit he was working but his wife bemj present pulled him out of the machln cry thus saving his life he was badl bruised but no serious injuries were sw tamed M W Allen is working as agent during Dunnaways honeymoon Mr J1Johnson who has been on the sick list for some time is able to be out again Mr C Brown who fell from his housetop and was badly hurt is better Johr Wall has returned from tho far west to visit his parents at this place Prof A II Long and wife of Eu banks visited this place Xmas Mrs J B Gooch of Stanford spent Xmas with her daughter Mrs E G Gilliland Misses Maud and Birdie Brown and Es ther Murphy visited friends at Eubunks T F Dunnaway and Miss Bertha Thompson surprised their many friends by going to Tennessee and being made one The bride is tho pretty and pop ular daughter of Dr and Mrs C M Thompson and the groom is tho clever station agent and operator at this place Miss Addle Haggard aged 24 was run down and killed by the North bound trail train at the North end of Fish Ins Creek trestle Wednesday Dec 30 She had walked the trestle with Mrs Geo Rigney being told before they started across that it would be16 min utes before the train was due They thought they could get across No 2 Icing ahead of time caught them be fore they got across Mrs Rigney got out on the side of track and saved her life by a close call Miss Addle think- Ing eho could get to tho end of trestle by running started to run but was aught at tho end of trestle by getting tier foot fast She was a good girl and loved by all who knew her She was a member of the Pleasant Point Baptist church at which place she was laid to rest on Now Years day Rev J A Singleton preached funeral Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved ones At an antisaloon meeting In Vcrsail les the Woodford Sun reports Rev Jos Severance as aaying that nine out of iverylO in the penitentiary laid the blame of their downfall on the liquor business Curt Jett the Breathitt ounty murderer had told him a few lays ago ho said that if it had not been for whisky drinking ho Jett would in all probability be a free man and an honorable citizen today Re cently Mr Severance asked an audience of 700 convicts how many if they were out would voto to close the saloons All stood up lie then asked how many woro in favor of open saloons and not one stood up They all either told tho truth said Mr Severance or if they were in favor of saloons they were ashamed to acknowledge it Mr Severance in conclusion made a plea for the protection of the girls They need it far more than the boys said he A drunken son is bad enough but a drunken soninlaw is worse I President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of Tho Indus- trIal and Orphans Homo at Macon Ga who writes Wo barn used Electric Hitters in this Institution for nine years It has proved a most ex cellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Wo regard its ono of the best family medicines on earth It Invigorates the vital or anal purifies the blood aids diges tion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weak children ar rundown people it has no equal lest for female complaints Only 60o it Pennys Drugstore Driven to jealous desperation be cruse his sweetheart Ida Williamson ttendcd a party at tho home of Cues Farre near Chandler Ind with Almond Timmons Ed Strickland shot and killed his sweetheart serlonsly wounded Timmons and took his own life The Management Committee of the cnerai Federation of Trade Unions of mat Britain estimates the unemployed ot the United Kingdom at 1600000 of whom 600000 ore skilled workers Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoopu Pink Pain Tablets See ull formula on 25o Box Sold by ennya Drug Store I t I C t I 1 4k t 1 I + Fo 11I MEIVINEVA I 01 of New Goods and we appreciate new trade and heartily thank our old customers for patronageWe V i Give You Value Received Calla d See Us fi Cummins Sc Weareri STANFORD KENTUCKY i t r = r rR TO OUR FRIENDS For the favors you have extended we desire to thank you and express our wish for acordiallbusiness rei during the year 1909 A aIItion YEAR IItVStanford KentuckyI Special Prices ON Queensware Lamps BricaBrac Silverware Carving Sets Foreign and Domestic f Fruits Candies and Nuts 1 GEORGE Hl FARRIS Stanford g If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and madefrom the Best and Pur s I est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts ny n ys DRUG S2 r TANFQKD j y- li nd r 1 The Interior Journal Eo C WALTONi t JUDGE J M BENTON overwhelming ly defeated J Smith Hays for the dem ocratic nomination for circuit judge in the 25th or Richmond district carrying I all except two of the GO precincts In BenIthe judge is held in his home We congratulate Judge Benton on his magniI ficent race and the people of his dis trict on the good judgment they dis I played UREY WOODSON editor of the Ow cnsboro Messenger who has gotten too big for his little pants since he was made National Committeeman makes this unkind fling at the country mem bers of the tripod The really busi nesslike Kentucky papers did not sus pend for Christmas Many of those that didsuspend afforded their readers a muchneeded relief JUDGE A J G WELLS of Calloway county was appointed a member of the Board of Control to succeed Dr Milton Board whose term expired The selec tion is a most satisfactory one to all lovers of law and order No man in upIJ has just been honored by Gov Willson MANATIONAL mass meeting will be held January 7 in New York to express the sympathy of America for Italy In her 1presentldistres Presidentelect Taft has been asked to preside Italian opera stars will sing and moving pictures of the stricken district will be used to il lustrate a lecture by Prof Feraro TUB editor of the Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Mr W P Walton has been appointed a J member of the Lincoln Centenary Committee by Gov Willson This is the second office Mr 1 Walton has ever held the other being clerk of a Sunday school in old Virgin i ii TIlE store of Edward Meyer of Chris I ney Ind was dynamited and partially wrecked Meyer had been active in fighting saloons and is a strong law and order man He says he will spend ev t ery cent he can command in an effort h bring the guilty parties to trialr I Time Missouri Legislature will con vene Wednesday The session promis es to be a warm one as it will elect a United States Senator and a lieutenant governor The contest over these two offices promises some political entanglements p THE Railway Age says that there were 3214 new miles of railroad laid last year against 5212 in 1907 This IIisnot so badwhen we come to consider a panic covered the land like the waters do the great deep TimE temperance people are jubilant over the fact that 41000000 gallons less whisky were made last year than the year previous Mn BRYAN is popular in Borden coun ty Texas He got every vote cast in that county at the November election t POLITICAL At a meeting of prominent democrats at Topeka Kansas Bryans election to the presidency in 1912 was advocated President Roosevelt has sent to Con gress a message urging a liberal ap propriation for the relief of the earthquake sufferers Representative Theodore E Burton was Saturday chosen Republican nomi nee for United States Senator from IIOhioby the joint caucus The election be held January 12 Congressman Theodore E Burton off Cleveland will be the next United States Senator from Ohio Senator For aker and Charles P Taft having with drawn from the contest Mr Burton wille be declared the nominee on Jan 12thThe attendance at the New Years reception at the White House broke last years record over 6000 people be ing present The diplomatic corps was headed by the Italian Ambassador The Chinese Minister was not present ow lag to the death of the Dowager Em I press IMATRIMONIALMiss lIallie Ball and George Hatcher S both of Lancaster were married at the 1Presbyterian parsonage there by Rev John Faulkner and Miss Maude Hat field of the Highland section were popularSIn the 18 years be has lived at Bris Burrhas married 2811 couples A VirginiaThe following dispatch Is sent from Lexington Robert E Moreland well known horseman and Miss Ida OBrien daughter of the late Dan OBrien mar ried in Cincinnati this afternoon Mr Moreland is known by horscshow lov ers throughout the country having ex hibited Edna Mae Bourbon Prince and other famous horses He is connected with the local firm of Harbison Patter son Jewell Mr Moreland is a broth er of Mrs W C Shanks of this place k e IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Jack Price aged 78 Is dead in tho Woodstock section of Pulaski Miss Gertie Pollard aged 17 Is dead at Lancaster after a long Illness Miss Artio Morgan of the Mt Olivet section of Casey is dead aged 60 R M Barry has bought for 5000 the Bosworth Block at Middlesboro Leroy English a wellknown farmer a deputy sheriff died sud denly at Nicholasville promInent to tripletstwo girls and a boy John Riley accidentally shot and dangerously wounded himself while put ting his phltolln his pocket at Fork Ridge Bell county Ray Farmer fell from an L N train at Corbin and was instantly killed He was a soninlaw of John Jones the hotel man of London Bob Stovall was given a life sentence by the Knox circuit court on the charge of killing Officers Smith and Brooks in the fight at Artemus some weeks ago neighbor trivial matter and fought Tyler being stabbed in the lung Ho also was stabbed in the abdomen and left shoulder Much has been very appropriately said of the ablo and manner in which County Attorney J E Robinson injterestsery word of it and give notice that it would be folly to try to defeat him next November Lancaster Record After an examining trial lasting three days George Miller and son Taul bee Miller were held to answer under bonds of 5000 each charged With the killing of Jno Chadwell at Viva Laurel county on Christmas day Ben Miller another son was dismissed In default of bond both men remanded to jail i Deputy United States Marshal Maycs of Owsley county with a posse has gone to Stearns with warrants to ar rest terry Simpson and his lieutenants Mayes has the reputation of being One of the most men in the Ken tucky mountains and it is predicted that should Simpson and hL crowd re sist arrest more bloodshed will fol low The Peoples Bank of Mt Vernon incorporated as successor to the bank of the same name which was a branch openIIedpresident and M B Salin cashier Mt two banks both solid insti tutions CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W Barker will preach at Neals Creek Sunday at 3 P M Rev C W Campbell has been called to the of the Christian church at Mt Rev VernonIence Methodist church next Sunday morning and night He spent five or six years in Japan His sermons will be very interestingDavid Sweets D D pastor of the First Presbyterian church of byville has been elected to the editor of the Christian Observer published in Louisville and it is highly prob able that he will accept The meeting conducted by Rev Har bin and Guice closed Friday night The visible results were not as great as some meetings that have been held here but we believe time will prove that it did more good than many others at there were a large number of conversions There is a better feeling among the pastors of the various churches and church members general Jy have gotten closer together while many who have never professed religion and others who have done so and fallen by the wayside have been put tothinking av they were never before Revs Harbin and Guice are Codlymen The former is perhaps theablest preacher ever engagad in a meeting here while the latter is the sweetest singer in the evangelistic field that we know of His solos were sublimely beautiful while his choir leading was excellent Immense crowds attended their every service and many times standing room was above par It was a great meet ing and the good accomplished by Revs Harbin and Guices sojourn here is worth much to the community They will begin n meeting at Middlesboro next Sunday and the people of that thriving little city turn out en masse at the first service It will be at Mlddlesboro as it was here the longer the meeting lasts the larger crowds Simple Remedy For La Grippe Racking la grippe coughs that may develop Into pneumonia over night are quickly cured hy Foleys Honey and Tar The sore and In flamed lungs are healed and strengthened and a dangerous condition is quickly averted New Stanford Drug Co A posse of United States Marshals and State Militia failed to locate Berry Simpson and his crowd of refugees after a twodays search in the Whitley county mountains It is reported that Simpson and his followers have made their escape There Is no case on record of a cough cold or la grippe developing Into pneumonia after Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken as it cures the most obstinate deep seated coughs and colds Why take anything else New Stanford Drug Co Robert aeputy sheriff of Knox county who was shot last week in u row with Negroes is dead John Ward a Negro who was shot by Smith in the melee is not expected to live The Indiana 0 Legislates willconvene Thursday It will elect a Democrat to the United States Senate to succeed RepublicanS S ofthelie attention will turn now to the sur vivors J c PUBLIC SALE Rmtortions from the Auditor 01 the Htate of Kentucky onMONDAY JAN 19 100 neglnnlngntl oclock p w nt the court house door In Stanford Ky soil nt public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash In hand real estate hereinafter mentioned Tho title to sold land having vested In the Commonwealth of Kentucky under Hoctlon 41M of the Kentucky Htatutes having heretofore been sold by the Sheriftof Lincoln county for taxes duo said mate andcounty nnd bid In for the Htate of Kentucky nnd the county of Lincoln and not being re deemed within time prescribed by law AuditorsAgent the former owner or persons now claiming snld land by purchase or otherwise the amount of back tucot pJnl1l1l1seto lit anytime before the sale In which event snld property will not bo sold Stanford strictWhite acresMorrisI C D Dawe 25 era W A Hubbard lot Wm Lcasure 14 acres John Offerman 121 acres John Scarbrough 66 acres E Slone 180 acres Farugot Menzer 15 acres W B Baron town lot I lotromJ W Oaks 2acres G Yufer 3 acres Albert Christopher house and lot acesLWilliam Chumtey 3 14acres Colored Solen Craig lot Shelby Woods 4 acres 101HIMillet Anderson I lotIElizabeth Crow I acre- I Coffey I Will Havs I acre Squire Hi gina I acre Wyatt Hill 3 acres- Joe L McMullin 2 acres m Morris 6 acres Sam Rout 4 acres Dick Rout 7 acres Sam and Dick Rout 3 acres cuss Simpson 3 acres Grant Iacre Kate Given 10 acres William Jones 2 lots Bill ones 101IWallaceTudors Heirs lot Thos Bailey 41 12 acres- Can 14acres Bell Jones lot Oliver Ball town lot Mack Montgomery I acre Amanda Wood 4 acres Dick Bailey 41 acres Bell Embry town lot Logan Whitley 10 acres Will Green 5 acres Joe Gardner 10 acres Harrison Helm 2 town lots Monroe Hickman 20 acres Will Richardson 1 acre Lee Stewart iacre Frank Vioson Iacre E Simpson 3 acres Thoi Middlefoa house and lot Headier Carson Iacre nhtrletWIIIII1I11Dan DauKhertyTUnores lMiineyGuoresAJIlennvdlncres Mrs CJoachat acres staresMrs1 V IIolmiM 11M acres O P bewls 100 acres W J rtlngleton eO acres Mrs Armlnla Hmlth tOQatres Frank Hmlth 30 nero HIllhenslonorcArnold thus Thompson 6 acre W 1 1 Weaver Oncrcs II M Weaver notes J U Smith Col 34 acres Wm Mutton 6 nnres Wade William Socres Adams II lrs0 ncr Haggard Heirs 80 acres Mrs I Hasty Y6 acres W D Thompson 65 acres ocrfHtpChnppelt22acresJoab O A llrttt 3 acres Wm MllltrOO acres W II alley m ncres- linHtln Heirs acres W U I vfS7narti acreWinIlubo MHtou 10 acres U T Itovse Kl acres Ham Flint town lot K K Fox Helm a l acres W M Hlncleton 5ancres- Wavunahurg District Mlles llllu 30 ucres Jos llyrd CO acres James Uhnmbers 14 acres W It look 25 acre Ollln Cook to acres W It Uravens IC acres Hobert Kastman 87 acres leorgo Folk 118 acres H I Orer lIlIcreA M Ill Hnrah losley 40 acres Milton Hainm 100 acres John Hart 47 acres and 1 lot Thos lloup s acre W 113fcKeostOacre- DAvti Moore IS acres W II 1IHI eU Heir 25 acres William Morgan loo here Morgan Helm 120 acres MriOaMiorlno fright 15 acres WM Hobblns 15 acres J A Hubert 210 acres HtringerWncresViii Milford Vaught 71 acre W U WnroWacrc U K Warren O acres WTWhlto 75 acres Morrow Peggy Young 10 acres Jacob Hauler US acres Hiimuel Ilastln 15 acres Janice Hustln 21 acres two tracts George W Unntlii 25 acres l 22 acres H 0 IlrownlSncre John llyrd lOnerT W Dalley and Co 19 acre MorvlIIa Deatherldge 15 acre J H Hnrrl 15 acre K James liO acres H M Johnson as acres Kd W Kenzoll 618 acres KllMcMullln 40 acres David Moore 10 acres J W Moore V5 acres Clnu Moore 82ncres O Ululllnmauncres Win Koblnson 10 acres Mary Htuckler 72 acres thegrovo40acresh Elizabeth Waters CO acres Jos Who ldon 150 acres Uobert Williams so acres mile Yocum 14 acres Harnh OwI Col 51 acres Kit KrnzlerSncres HnlllB Morgan 25ncres H H Mulling K8X acre Frank Hmlth acres J A Hpaldlng 25 acres Miirtln Owen 74 acres Ohm Trusty 4 acres J 11 tptliegroveJW acres acres Clark Young 10M acres mltrictWlllteOtorlloJess Jackson 4S acres eo Lanhnm lot ncre1IIIIton I FelIx Ululmrds 40 acres Mullscii Hlngleton 2 acres John Walden 17 acres lotvacres tLuoynercsMreJim Florence 10 acres Wm Kennedy 00 ncres J Milton Reynolds 160 acres Htcvo Ihl1110 acres tleoreg W Trusty t acre IJ Vaught lot HnmuelWllkeeon lot I L Adams 11 acres Henry Inlr S acres K Martin 3 acres WIIIIRIII1Inonl acre Lee Jasper 1 acre Martin 40 acres T H McOormncks acres Henry lti ynolds Snore Hmlth town o A Fox III acres Wm Cloocti 80 acres Tho tincan6acres vo Preston r acres Oolored Joe Adams 15 acres rnrollno Alcorn heirs 3 acre Kvn HrlgJit 1 acres John Drown I acre John IucasUIoyd 1 acre David looch Heirs 10 hereCam Hooch 4 acres OncnrMoKlnney lot thIl Owens2 acre lay Wllkerson acre Thos Bmltti 1 nero Nelson Masternan 1 acres Knnny Alcorn 1 acre David Burton U nero lleorgc Mortou 1 nero John lumuey lot Chas Hlittle lot Mitchell Trice 1 acre Ins Welch acres Margaret Carter 7 acres Joile Wood 1 nero Minerva Anderson 7 acres Thosltatley Snores Jake Carpenters Heirs I acre acre Dan Hubhlo lot Wilson Miuterioii Snores Henry G ltltTe 6 acres Annie Vardemnn lot Annie Morton t acres Kd lirown 1 nero District Joe Acton X ncres Mrs move Carrier Town lot II W Vaught Ji nero U 111 Hncro Uobert KrnilerM acres DO Grimn 102 acres Will llnllllle- Ado 111 leue 2 acre IllIcltAWill guest l acre Kd W KacresTHutton Tori WetohSacres J W kerr ncres Jill Acton ril acres J H lUURhv acre liuchuytncresM a M HOhlpnmu IM acre Mrss A Unmden no acres Jno Kalconborry flu acres Jos God M acres- DllrinUli lx acres Kdrabusky 111 acres K W Graham 25 acres Russell Hooch To acres Dave Hicks uo acres J Jnckley 40 acres Will Ku keytu acres Mike Koitliiall 02 acres lien t 11 Mulllns no acres J G Pias 40 acres M 0 Hurber 1 acre Mrs Anderson 4 acre Anton Under 25 acres W M lenham KS stores Jas nod Ire 4 acres Jas Lyon town lot James Mason SI acre H Noel suo acres W J ll ton X acre Nancy wllsuu town lot Ueoriie lirown I acre KOaldwell o acres H DentherldgeXacres Ham Oooch 4 acres Jim Jones town lot Ham McCormack nacres Joe Thomas town lot Lee Yuwnil 3 news Ulcbanl Walls 8 acres Kmncli Gale Snores A Hhunks 10 acres Hunt Ballard SI nary Dave Ilastln IK Nona Rene Realty noiuonnd lot John Collins 6 acre Iilza k J U Denny 10 notes Frazier heirs It acres J H Harris I6nen Klohartl Jnrman 1 acre Oscar Mrs Bnnih Slums town lot It R Olhwr6aures Hlulmnl Itoblnson lot oiwy llt ynokl U acres Ohus IiIUlilot- Jalllfl Welsh lot John Wlllsuu to acres Annie Wade 11 acre The Woods 4 acres Adam IVIrey Jr 2 acres Mrs Hnrnb Ilaugh 138 ncres Andy llrusleraf acres Johns Ilrltton 10 acres J H FlorenceJra stores Green Geodn Heirs 44 acres John W OrllMn 10 acres o A llogue UOnorea MrsM JufTries Co acres Mrs Doll Klce lot J M Robinson t acres G W Singleton 10 nacres llrs M A Tnrtiir 1 store Jos WlllardSMaere Geu P iurrtlllitnoI1l1- Jonllflr Krnst 110 stores Jno P Adams TO ncres Hen lilnnd 71 acres George W Onnion 6 notes Wm KlngXncrw Henry Delaney 3 acre Peter IUfIOI 1 nuro MraJLHrnlthUDncrrs Wm Curtis 9 acre Thoi Hector 35 hereNichols A llohbltt 1 nero W DGrltllnlW acres Huxeklnh Crane 10 ncres Mrs M K Hhlpinan 151 acres Tl1eJIOonWill H Miller W acres Jerry Wlleher 27 acres DC oung 10 acres W II Reynolds 60 stores Herman Hlnughter 15 acre Alonzo Vlnson 65 acres Harah H Cooley 4 store n H lames 16 acres Mrs H J Glrens 00 acres Vnaght A Huchanan H5 acres HoltzclawA Mvnefeo 2 acres Cbas Ilurfew 1UO stores J K Hndth CtlI ncres H H Mulllns 87 acre Hayden Gooch 1W acres Ati ustSflller70acrrs G 11 MnxeylK acres J GMastln 70 acre Mike HpellsterCI acres Fred Nuys 0 store H II Burton 104 acre George Ilrent IA acres James Ilusterl acres H II Gooch to acres J W Harrison 125 acres J 0 Harris Jr M acres J U Harris HrTO acres Green Kldd iO acres John McKinney J W McKlnney 25 acre Hill Price town lot O O Petrey 00 acres W M SI acres ThoiTlmburleson 100 acre A It Wymnn 110 store- sLuclndalbtrebsacre acres J M Oooch ID acre John Collins I acre Joe Floyd I acre G N Htnlau 1114 stores J H Yocum W acres J H MoWhorter acres- J K Jeffries 40 acre J N Haines 15 acres Kd KemperKIncres H II 14fl acres Will Ixtasure 50 acres James Lawrence 40 stores John Illnlne 1 acre I ewls little U acres Dudle town lot Hen Korrlll Snores Henry Johnson ni acres Newman PnttunS stor- eHenryltlgneybstore Harriett Foley w ncres Haggard Heirs 40 stores Rogers SO stores Dick Thompson Snores J D Ilnidy SO acres II T Ends 43acr H D Klmorn town lot llhas Hocker 15 stores John Uom 20 ncros K W Lay ill acres Anthony livens 1 nero Jane bode 40 acres Into Klrkpatrlck 21 acres 1V L Martin 21 acres George Owsley 2 acres John Handldgo 1 acre JameH Hlewart 2 acres Wm lackey Jr town lot William llalloy 2 acres Goo Carpenter 40 acres LW HUGHES Auditors Act for Lincoln County JCy Shoe Shoe a I These are the GOOD THINGS wo have and wo belie just a little better than any ono hero can show yon for tilts same money WALKOVER for Mon in Yici Gun Metal and heavy Alaska Calf ntt350 and 400 KANGAROO and PATE XT at 500 HOOKER BOOTEES in two leathers leather lined from top to toe 500 a pair HONEST MIKE Shoes 250 Boots 100 STANDARD high top Shoe made by tho lIon est Mike people tho DRYEST SHOE I ever saw at StOO Ladies Shoes Broekport at 300 and Ultra at 350 and 4 r in Yici and Patent both Button and Lace These Shoos are made by the best workmen in the laud out of the treat Stock in the market over new and caiiy lasts YOu cant beat them s H J McROBRTSSTANFORD I KENTUCKY QUARTERLY RRPOUT OP THE t Peoples Bank of flustooville At the 0101 of Iluilnoss Dee II 1WW RDtOURCES haans aik DlscIeunltII 18 UU etreetlatlleilWeks tlt- Dtltlrsm 71 tJ M trust Com aDlM ISOM1 tlUnklne Htuse ani Lot lie III Stort ages l4tM 1- VSr Ie I ltII a4raGe 411161 2a1tdtherltemsurrINuCash OJ sa ftimlluic end nutures 11015 Correcttzpecses lot qusrtet1ea II Untreot IsIIlhIo 169501Givehow lone owe e4 all teal estate exertt banklac house and lot If any owned long I er IMIIIW years 1117517575 LIADILITICS Caplul Stoek pall Inln cbfllJOOO 40 Surplus punt 4WI UnJIvIJJ Profits lw3 t1I Due Depositors as lollolvl vpu i uj K to t twhich Interest Is rat pall 4 Mo03 Deposits subject to check on which Interest paid oo ooo oo DemanJ certificates or detosits- TImscerttlfpiesrofde itsonoosooeow- hich Interest Is ptLt co coo 00 Savings deposits on which In 11 ratd 00000 oo- CertlheJCheclit 1 Due National links Due Stile thanks and Unkert- Pu 1720 rd Trust Companies Cashiers decks outstandingIIKIs MdlscounleJ Oboo Unpaid dividend oo OlIO to Taxes due sad unpaid 00 e0 UO- OOOllwrTnl lor lazes 00 Capital ttxk not paLl SUPPLEMENTARY Illeheit amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm In using In the Ilabllltyof the company or firm the lIablllryof the Individual mem bers thereof directly or Indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds to percent of cap ital stock actually pall In and actual amount of surt lus of the bank MtBloo How Indebtedness stated In above Item i a8uWcollateralSee Illehest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer II amount of such In debtedness exceeds 10 cent of paid up stock of bankUMIIIJOS- ee Sec 567 Kentucky Statutes How Is same secured Mortix Doclamounlof Indebtedness of any person company or firm Inrludlnc In the liability of the COlli or firm the Patti ity cf the Individual members thereof ex opercent of paidup capital and actual surplus No If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dlvldend760oO Were all expenses losses Interest sad taxes deducted therefrom before de claring dividend and was not lest than roper cent of net profits of the bank fur tha period covered the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was ded + Ywi rSes See st6 Kentucky Statutes I8S793 7J STATE OP KENTUCKY SS I County of Lincoln J W lluiklni Cashier the Peoplis Raub of lies tonvlllr a bankjocated and doing business In tow- nolluWuxllle In salt county being duly sworn says the report Is In all respects true state melt of the condition of said tank at the clots of business on the aiit day of Dec igo4 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said HAnk has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice re from the Decretory of State designating the 81t day of l ec too at the day on which such report shall be made tiubscrlbed and sworn to before me by J W Hosklni Uaahler the 2nd day of Jan 1909 JII lloeker N P LO My commission expires Jan II 1910 J W Uneklb eablr J C Darker Emmt McCormack W M Siren directors J Notice of Application For Par don Int neklK0rforwill notltylheaoternornldatateinIng nny o JJOt1t1luIIQuarterly lleport cl Tee Wa nesburq Deposit Bank At the olosvof business IkeSIIte Itotourcra tJJTuvtrilriiiu 114Due 112 tf64IOMortgages WHlurreney ltk4 W aA III 01IiiOlvoOWIltInIlItRIstntflluceJlt any owned long than five years S7IJ8 67 Mnhllltlrst- Unpltnl stock paid in in cash I 111101 m DIfwtlvldetiprontIHpodtssunjucttocliickon which littered lc not paid 4011 M lllghetnmountof Indebtedneuof 1111 hllllnulIltindividual invmlMrs thereof di rectly or indirectly It such In ilultcOiif tijcvfdsai vr cent nt nOlictUlIAUlountbatik inabovo e Hoe Hoc 8tlKontuoky statutes hulehtednessofamount of such Indebtedness ex caplitnlHtatktei1HowDoe amount of Indebtedness ofany person company or firsts In cludlnf In the tho com pnny or firm the liability of the In exceedalactual surplutT IndoblIcss t e Amount of last dividend f Were nil expenses losses later heforodeclaringdtvzdendnndwasnot profits of the bank for the period covered by tho dividend carried to dlvldend See Sec WfllCentuciy Statutes 137121 07 Htato of Kentucky of tayinehurgofWaynesburg lfolllKrUllort lIowledgotransnotdandllintt r fromthobnllhIHubscrlhfd and sworn to before me byIStanley McIntosh tho nut of her 1MW o IJ Ooopur Olerk ULI0oochlresldontA O O it Ullrtl Directors 7 9rlw Winter Goods January 1st finds us with soma Winter goods on hand and wo will offer thcfo nitonishingly low prices The Winter is yet before I us Como and tee tliCTgreat saving nt this store Cloaks Skirts Fur and heavy goods must go A t The Interior Journal STANFORD KY JAN 5 loon NEW assortment of local view postcards ut Pennys Drug Store I SOME very special bargains In Box Iaper but the supply fa tmlted Ask to ace them Drug Store PERSONALS Miss MINNIE WOODS U quite sick loo PERRY visited his undo In Mad lion MRS S GOLDSTEIN is visiting In Louiivlllo Miss TJKRtiix JACKSOff is with Lone don relatives HUBERT CARPENTER went to Rich mond yesterday MRS L B HILTON visited her par cuts at Brodhead MR D C SIIILE and wife are visiting their son at London GEO B HARRIS of Lancaster visit ed Mr and Mrs J S Ilc F C HUBHLE and wife left this morning for Homlney Okla GROVER WILKINSON has taken a per sition with a Richmond firm MRS W N CRAIG Is down from Mid dlestoro with tho homn folks MR M B EUBANKS is in Atlanta with a ear load of cotton mules JAMES C ENQLEUAN of Paris spent Sunday with the homofolks hero H C HAMILTON and wife of Lan ratter were In Stanford Sunday MRS SIIELTON M SAUFLEY and son returned to Frankfort yesterday Miss KIT HUFFMAN of Crab Orch ard was with Miss Miry Phillips Miss RUSSELL BARKER of Lebanon has been with Mrs Annie Russell HARRIS HARDIN of Louisville spent several days with his mother here Miss VIRGINIA PEAUCB of Nashville was the guest of tho Misses Cooper Miaa MARY MILLKR of Rich mond Is with Miss Dolllu McRoberts FRANK STINK of Hardln county has been with his cousin John M Wa tersMiss NANNIB KENNEDY of Knoxville spent Xmas week with her parents here GAIT R R GENTRY of Frankfort spent several days with tho homofolks f hero JOHN H WoNER and wife have mov ed to Urn ruumi ovur W H Higgins storeCOR MOSER of London spent Xmas with his parents In the McCormacks section MR C1R COLEMAN of Carey Bell county spent saveral days the homcfolks here MR E 0 GOOCK and wife of Crab Orchard spent several days with Mr and Mrs W 11 Hester MR J M RANKIN has moved his family up from Pulaski to the M ll Eubanks farm near Hubble JESSE AND LLOYD PERRIN of Ander son Ind are with their grand parents Mr and Mrs P G Warner MR JOHN BURCIIELL and family who lived on tho Cook Springs farm have moved to Mercer county MANLEY HUEY formerly of this place Is now located Grant county where ho Is doing nicely lion HARVEY HELM was one of tho speakers at tho biennial convention of the Sigma Nu fraternity In Chicago JOE Me WILLIAMS the buggy and har ness man of Ellisburg Casey county this office a substantial call last weekMiss BESSIE iANTIS very charming ly entertained a number of her friends Saturday afternoon In honor o Miss Allie Yttntls of Lancaster MRS IIENRY CATRON of Lincoln count spent a portion of this week with her Mr Mrs A Maret nearWIldio Mt Vernon Signal- J M MCCARTY has moved to tho Holm and D M V Stephen aan to tho Vaughan cottage on East Main Mrs Jessie Stagg now occupies the residence vacated by Mr McCarty- IT Is ve that Mr J Ran dolph Harris will locate at Kuttawa Lyon county and engage in tho real estate business He wa there last week and was verv much pleased with the place JOHN HALE It rly of this place Is now In charge of tho Memphis department of the Cudahy Packing Co Ho ho likes his now home but that Kansas City whero he resided a number of years and Stanford are the garden spots of creation LOCALS H RINK Friday night Come akaCLOTRES French cleaned Cook Farmer Two rooms over Tom Pences store for rent W A Tribble o Tim Ladles Aid Society of the Christ than church will meet with Mrs W G I Withers at 230 next Friday afternoon 0 MR L M BRUCE asks us to state- n that he is still in tho race for jailer notwithstanding the reports to tho con trary Ho says he is In the race to win and expects to do so t WE have on hand nil kinds of fresh 1 meats See us Wilkinson Lutes NEW lino of spectacles Eyes tested free at the New Stanford Drug Cos storo FOUND near Creek on Gosh en pike a pistol See J B Sartain Stanford OWL brand pure cotton seed meal Car just arrived 30 per ton J H Baughman Co FOR onnRRENTThe Warner storehouse on East Main Street Ap ply at onco to W K Warner ALL Acc areduo Jan 1 A set tlement ihall bo appreciated Prompt payments mean best attention and good prices Gco D Hopper TOM LOVELACE colored was thrown from a horse ho was breaking yester day morning and badly stunned for awhile No bones were broken Tim First National and Lincoln Coun ty National Banks are presenting their customers with handsome leather bound note booksvery useful remem brances J D 110LDR IAN Chattanooga brother of Bud Holdcrman of this place lost his home and contents by fire last week lIe had only a very small insurance PROP E L Gitunus of Shelby City has been elected superintendent of tho Kingsvlllo Graded School to succeed Prof Leslie Anderson who resigned A good selection J L MBEKS has bought of 0 P Huffman his meat business and will continue to sell fresh meats at the old stAndon Lancaster street He usks a share of the public patronage A FINE hound pup eight months old black and whlto spotted and slightly lame left a month ago I will pay a reward for his return J Thomas Hack Uy Stanford n F D No2 6 0 TUB Wayneburg Deposit flank is coming by leaps and bounds Since June 30 last it has increased Its bust ness 18000 Good for President L G Gooch and Cashier Stanley McIntosh Tim county supervisors Messrs T D Best John Winches R H Bro naugh Cicero Reynolds and Wallace Walter began their work of going over Assessor W A Carsons books yesterday AWFUL DEATH Herbert Richards tho tenyearold son of J B Richards of Casey was fatally crushed while playing on z hillside A rolling sawlog which had fallen from a wagon passed over his body crushing It to a jelly IT having been reported that I was oil the track for assessor I desire to say that I will bo a candidate until the 6th day of February at which time I expect to be nominated and I hope my friends will not be Influenced by such reports D C Allen To all par Jes holding certificates of county claims You are notified that the money is now in the county treas ury to pay your claims and that you oncef ty T J Hill S L C TIlE American Book Co was so well pleased with Prof J W Irelands con tribution to this paper Influence of Music on Citlzenshlpthat that concern printed 1000 copies of it in book form and distributed them broadcast This Is quito a compliment to one of Stan fords substantial citizens F Tim losses aggregating 58000 sus tained by the Citizens National Bank of Monticello on account of the alleged manipulations of Judge Charles Mc Connaghy former cashier now in tho Newport jail have been made good by tho stockholders The bank will bo reopened at onco and Abljah Fairchild former County Clerk will bo the now cashier A MONTH from tomorrow the prima ry election will be held and from now until that time something will be doing Every candidate and there are many has taken to the bushes and the dear voter is being visited wined and dined etc February 6th is the date of the primary and a day that will long be re membered by the democrats of the good county of Lincoln Look over the list of candidates in another column and vote for the best man and best demo crat The FutureWe must look to The year just passed has done us nil the good or evil it can In some respects it Las been a remarkable year as it has brought with it the usual unsteadiness in business affairs at tending presidential years Onco more lets put our shoulders to the wheel and work together and success is sure Wo thank you for your patronage in 1008 andask n continuance for 1900 A NEW stock of Oliver plows plow gear etc on hands Come aad see us W H Higgins GOOD geese Gc turkeys 10 to 12c ac cording to quality hens 8c ducks G to 8c II B Northcott Stanford I RAVE Ali Wallaces Interest in the livery firm of Beazley Wal lace and also the books Those owing the firm will please call and settle with mo G G Beazley W L willhave sale of household and kitchen furniture at Junction City Saturday next Jan 9 Among other things a high grado Baldwin piano will bo sold I ON account of raintheof G A Gaddis executor of Mrs Mary C Gad dis was not held in tho Peytons Well Tim taxable property of Lincoln county according to Assessor W A Carsons books is 6201278 or 64 OG6 more than last year The books al so show that there are 4003 males of 21 years and over There are 1778 dogsNOTIccAli 0 those having claims against tho estate of John F Cash de ceased will please present them to me at the First National Bank Stanford properly proven and verified by Jan 151909 H C Baughman administra tor 0 Mit C L EVANS who has been pre scrlptionist at W A Reynolds drug store at Junction City for many years bought a half interest in the business Jan 1 lie is a fine young man and he and Mr Reynolds should do an Increased business TOY TGATERS who has been serving a long term in jail for selling whisky was taken to Danville before Judge Lawwcll Saturday Ho was held over to tho Federal court in 300 and failing to give bond was brought back to the Stanford jail TUB Coleman Mining Co of Carey Bell county C It Coleman president declared a dividend of 10 per cent A good deal of tho stock is held here In tho two years tho company has been organized over 00000 has been spent In Improvements JUDGE 5t C washere Mon day mixing with tho people His nu nxniti fritnils and admirers think that his fences are in good condition and that ho has a good chance to resume tho scat on the bench in this judicial district Lancaster Record FOLLOWING are tho officers elected for 1909 in Lincoln Lodge No GO F A M James N Sounders Worship ful Master J W Ireland Senior War den John N Menefee Jr Junior War den T W Pennington Secretary Sam Robinson Treasurer George P Bright Tyler George L Penny Senior Dea con A B Florence Junior Deacon To TilE DEMOCRACY OF LINCOLN COUNTYI find that it will be impossi blo for mo to make an active canvass of the county for the nomination for jailer owing to tho condition of my business affairs and hence have decided to withdraw from the race I am very thankful to my many friends for their generous support in my race and hopo 1 will some day bo privileged to favor them Thomas W Gooch MR A ADDAMS Crab Orchard familiarly known as Gabe is a candidate for Prison Commissioner and he has friends all over tho State who would like to see him land the plum Ho ia a fine gentleman a sterling dem ocrat and Is well equipped for the posi tion he seeks The democrats of Lin coln county should and doubtless will do all in their power to aid Mr Addams In his race Heres hoping he will win NEALS CREST 61168D se sie Barring ton has closed her school at this place and his returned to her home at Eu banks to enter college Mrs Mollie Roberts entertained Saturday a number of friends in honor of her husbands birthday Covers were laid for 14 Edd Bailey has returned from Illinois Man ulas Green of Lexington has been vis iting his at this place Mrs J T Mundy entertained a number of her friends during the holidays Covers were laid for 18 Jeff Beldcn and Carroll Haines have returned to their place of business at Danville after spending the holidays with homefolks l of High Bridge spent the holidays with his parents Mr Mrs Ben Cooley rd Condition of the Crab Orchard Banking Co At the Close of Business Dec 31 1908 RESOURCES Dill 51847 48 Overdraft 2038 14 Banting House and Lot 1500 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1500 00 Due horn Dank 3610 62 Cash 2245 91 62742 15 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 15000 00 Surplus 1550 00 Undivided Profit 216 97 Fund to Pay Tax 200 00 D sits 34790 18 BUM Rruucoxmirrl 1098500 62742 I Undivided Profit and Grou Earning 3367 01 DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS Exp for Year and Ta 1900 04 Carried to Surplu 150 00 Dividend per cent 900 00 Fund 200 00 Carried Undivided Profit 216 97 3367 01 3367 01 J C BAILEY Cashier Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Stanford Ky Dec 31 1908 RESOURCES Loam and Bond 199402 67 Overdraft 12752 92 United State Bond and Premium 51500 00 Banking House and Other Real Estate 9466 90 Due horn Bank 34805 17 Due horn U S Treaiurer 2500 00 Cads 28166 04 338593 78 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 Surplus 18000 00 Undivided Profit 1395 10 Circulation 50000 00 Individual Drixxiu 196915 48 Notes Rediscounted 22283 20 338593 78 Gron earnings this tix months 6105 21 Left over last six month 1759 27 7664 48 DUpoted ol as follows Dividend 4 per cent 2000 00 Carried to surplus fund 1000 00 Expenses and taxes paid 3236 75 Bad Debts Charged Oft 232 63 Leaves Undivided Profits 1395 10 7864 48 JNO J McROBERTS Cashier Condition of the Lincoln County National Bank Stanford Kentucky At the Close ol Business Dec 31 1908 RESOURCES Bills 244204 0 Overdrafts 12740 63 U S Bonds 50000 00 Other Bonds 3000 00 Banking HoueFurn tune Futures 3300 00 Due from Banks 90896 08 Due from U S Treat 6c Cash 22705 29 113011 27 5426845 9 LIABILITIES Capital 50000 Surplus 36000 00 Fund to Pay Tax 941 II 36941 II Circulation 50000 00 Individ Depos 241683 09 Bank Deposits 18221 73 525000 82 Note 6c Bills Redistd 30000 00 426845 93 W M BRIGHT Cashier Statement of Condition The National Bank of Huslontiille Ky At close of business Dee 31 1908 RESOURCES Loans and discount 141008 16 Overdraft 1339 89 U S Bonds 12500 00 Banking HouseFurniture lie Fixture 2900 00 Due from U S Treasurer 625 00 Due from Bank 44324 54 Cash and Cash Item 18346 33 221043 92 LIABILITIES Capital 50000 00 Surplus 17000 00 Circulating Notes 12500 00 Undivided Profits 531 68 Deposits 141012 24 221043 92 JW Hocker Cashier Y t aal R r 7 Goods for white sewing next week we will place on sale a big line of white goods laces embroideries and etc a- We have some special values for you Come look c I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KYJi postponedI Seasonable 1 jI Special Prices 9 1 4OND M Ladies Skirts a- We 1 I w I have just placed on special sale about 50 entirelynew Walking Skirts made from high priced nilwool materials and in the most approved styles Also a handsome line of Voile Skirtsntn great reduction New things in N ckweurtonu istantly coming in at all prices An unusually pretty line of Fancy Belts and Belting Have your Spring Clothes fittedover one of our now long hipped foreets We have them to fit nil shapes and sizes It would bo well worth your while to comotand inspect our stock of goods now whether you are ready to buy or not We have a great many lines of new goods too numerous to mention and nil priced as low as possible for rclia t blo merchandise Call and see us TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions STANFORD ShoesI JYour Brother or Father would appreciate nothing more than ho would a dozen of LION BIIAND COLLARS and a nice NECKTIE for a XMAS present We have so many pretty styles that you can come and select until your hearts content A nice tits of Cuff Buttons for 25 nnd SOc Stick- Pins from 25c to 8100 Watch Fobs 25o to 8100 and many other pretty presents 3SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY t t My Store will be closed I a =on= = January 6 and 7 09a For Invoicing F I a JiJ tIW E Perkins Crab Orchard p O a j M The Interior Journal Ii Entered in the POI Ofiu at Stanford a- 1edndelate malltr 1Thethis Truth city whoissuf Icring from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanent Iy cured by Zemo a clean liquid fob I external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE MASONS MEET Lincoln No 80 V onen flatmeet communication oh and 1thirdMonday nights of each month nt TaO oclock In their hall on Main street Stanford Ky Members of sister 1Is1ennytcrnnlly Invited to be present wMTw nnlngtonSeo J A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns But Insurance il IiNothing D Wearen Insurance Man KY Residence Phone 3d ounce 65 Insure with mo and bo fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox 2s n handsome large young Jersey Dull de jcendedfrom n und unbroken line of noted bulls and cows on the Is land of Jersey England and America Ills limp is one ot the best bulls ever Imported and his dam Is a show cow that rich milk In one day If you be I ieundaof begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor nnd have n strictly good cow you should avail yourself of ser Tlce He will be Allowed to serve n limited t number of approved registered cows out I our own herd this year for a tel off tSeach Make engagement before sending row to be bred tOTTtIt Telephone tlu Stanford Ky N nWe have to otTer three extra choice lull calves that will be sold at right p- ricesjAt i McKinney Ky Toucan find our Standard Itemedy the Ereatest blood und llvtr medicine yct known KidneyImpure blood It has no equal it Is manu factured under the pure food act of June 30 JKW and guaranteed by the manufacturer 11 ahe IY Is taken nccordln to directions and If he or she is not benefited by the use of the Remedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contulns 501 doses with a reglitPred guaran tee and mailing curd with full Instruction AVesend It to OilY address by mall on re felpt or II per package or six uiikucs tor IV letlerordero tx x today If taken In time you might save n big doctors bill Itemember If you take the Itomedy according to Instrurtlont and are not benefited you get your dollar buck You will not nnd toe remedy In drug stores for sale It Is sold only by our dul authorized ngenls- ItEUBE1I 1LUAMH Agent FURSHides and Wool FckthrnTallowBcMwaz Clnieng AppteIare I eauUiilvd la16S6 Orer biHaetnlunrla 1LcuinilleaDd undo better or yon then es cannunca rchub IMemcr j say Bui o LouiniCe Write for weekly price till and ihlpcua Ud AleSabot A SonsI229 Eo MsrktlSt LOUISVILLE XT i J L Beazley Coe UndertaKers and Embalm j erStAlso Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock live Them a Call Prices RightI tsAi1FoID KENTUCKY iJC McClary andII Denier In Karnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY I CCcc Phone 167 Home Phono K C D r N r NSdt OFFICIAL CALL Official call for democratic primary election for Lincoln county to nominate candidates for county offices I 1st A primary election is hereby called to bo held in tho several voting precincts of Lincoln county on Satur day February 6th 1909 between 6 A M and 4 p M for the purposo of nominating democratic candidates for the i offices of county judge county attor fey county clerk sheriff jailer rep resentative assessor school superin tendent magistrates of the several magisterial districts constables coroner and surveyor 2nd All democrats who aro legal voters of Lincoln county or who will be legal voters on the 2nd day of November 1909 are entitled to voto 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 on or before 12 oclock midnight of the 22nd day of January 1909 deposit with the treasurer of the committee the sum hereby fixed as the entrance fee in the race for the office for which ho is a candidate said sum so realized to be 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 candidate and name the office he seeks The entrance fee of candidates shall be as follows For sheriff 40 for county judge 10 for county attorney 10 for county clerk S10 tot jailer 15 for assessor 10 for representative 10 for school superintendent 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 pro cincts The chairman of the commit tee is directed to cause to be printed and distributed to tho several voting precincts the necessary ballots and all supplies necessary to the legal conduct of tho election 5th The democratic county commit tee 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 be done at 4 P M proceed at once to count the ballots cast for each and every candi date for office and after counting same they will place all ballots vottd in the ballot boxes furnished by the commit tee sealing up the boxes as required by law and within two days thtreafter the sheriffs and judges of election will deposit the boxes with 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 tho county committee and should he be absent from the county 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 tho returns of the election and make certificate thereof 7th The secretary of the committee is directed to give notice of this election as is required by law G L PENNY Chmn- J B BAILEY Secy u FARMERS DEPARTMENT Twentyone sheep for sale L P 4unnelley FOR SALEi40 good young ewes J J Thompson Preachersville J T Shadoan of Somerset wants buy a good young bull Write tom if you have one to sell W L Graham bought a 15hand jack rom J T Veach of Jessamine for il50 Harrodsburg Herald Miller of Pennsylvania bought a arIoad of mules in this county year lings to threeyearolds at 9U to 175 J B Ruble bought 75 900lb steers t 4c Walter Henry sold a harness horse to W S Beazley of Lexington- for 210 Corn at B F Pierces sola ought 255 in the shuck Timothy hay went at 12 to 15 Horses sold at J10C to 161 and cows 30 to G0Lan caster Record the Planters Protective Association after several weeks negotiations clos rda deal with tho Imperial Tobacco Co whereby the latter company is to takeover 15000003 pounds of the pool ed crop of 1908 as soon as it can be delivered The deal will cause much rejoicing among farmers in the black patch who have their crops in the pool D6nt drug the Stomach or stimu late tie Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It is tbo weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize those weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Kpstoratlvo and see how quickly good hcalthwlll come to you again Test it and see I Sold bj Pen nys DrugStoro Plans for a Baptist sanitarium in I Louisville are taking definite shape 4 Brave Fire Laddies Often receive severe burnsI putting out fires then use Bucklens Arnica Salve and forget them It soon drives out pale For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores Bolls Ulcers Felons best Pile cure made Relief is Instant 25o at Pennys Drug Store The wife of Russell B Gardner the wealthy buggy manufacturer of St Louis heard her husband talk over the telephone to a woman and on it he admitted visiting other women She immediately instituted suit for divorce and within 31 hours it had been granted along with an order for 100000 alimony A tickling or drycough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Itemedy No opiumno chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Dr W Lee White aged 83 years is dead in Washington Ho was a native of Kentucky and for litany years had been employed in tho Pension Bureau For the first time In 200 years Biloxi Miss is without a saloon W L MCARTY Is II candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty subject to tbu action ol the democratic party M S BAUGHMAN Is a candidate for Hborltt of Lincoln county subject to the action of tuu democratic party JOHN J MOSER II II cllndldnto for jllller of Lincoln count abject to too actlou of the Democratic any- I M BRUCE is s candidate for Jailer of subject to the action of the Democratic i arty JAMES Co NAYS is II candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Is A candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln couu I r subject to the action of the Demouratlo piety I J W FOLEY Is a candidate for Asuastorof Llncolncoun ty to tile action of tbo democratic party J A DUDDERAR Is n candidate for asseisor of Lincoln Coun ty subject to the notion of tbe democratic party W D WALLIN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln cowl ty subject to the notion of tbe democratic party S M OWENS U n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to tho action of the Democratic party W S BURCH It a candidate for County Attorney of Lin coin county subject to the action of tito Democratic party M F NORTH 1111 candidate for County Attorney of Ian coin county subject to the potion of tbe Democratic party T J HILL JR Is a candidate for Courtly Attorney of Ian coln lornty subject to the action of tbe Democratic partyM SAUFLEY- Is n candidate for circuit Judge of this the UUi Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR II n candidate for circuit judge ot tblll the 18th district subject to the the Democratic purty CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer county Is n candidate for Oran inonwcaltha Attorney of this the Utli Ju dicial dUttlct subject to the notion of the democratic purty JOHN C PEPPLEB Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho democratic arty W W WHITE Is n candidate for Assessorof Lincoln calm ty subject to the notion of tbo Democratic party JAMFSP BAILE- YI 11 candidate for Judge ofthe Lincoln court subject to action of the Democratic party W H SHANKS- Is n candidate for renomlnntlon for Itenro suntatlvuof Lincoln county subject to tho action of the Democratic party GARLAND SINGLETON UncandldateforHupvlntendint of Public Hcliooli of Lincoln county to the actlou the Democratic party JAMES F HOLDAM la 11 candidate for circuit dork of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho Demo cratic purty J D SWOPE Is a candidate for circuit cleric of Lincoln county subject to thouctlon of the Demo cratic party LESLIE ANDERSON Is n candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to tbo action of the Demo cratlo party A R WALLACE Is a candidate for Coroner of Lincoln coun to tho action of tho Democratic primary Kob 8 ltW W M DUDDERAR Is a candidate lor maulstrate of tlia Sins tonvllle distrlctsubject to the action of the T pnn JAMES McKECHNIE Is a candidate for Magistrate in Stanford District subject to tbe notion of tbe Demo cratic party W n FOR SALE I SShorie power toiler and engine and saw mill for sa sell wither or lath OIIAS KsfiMiKOUcnhclmKy 1oilofllco Waynesbure Ky MEAL EXCHANGE I am lit nil times prepared to exchange meal for corn My mill will run every Sat unlny lUck linker illllorJlIniLKKIlHON Drab Orchard Ky NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Alfred Itrlght will nt the regular jnmmry meeting of tho Board of Commissioners of tha State of Kentucky make application to parulfrontALfttKU iwirniT This Dec 19 tOOl ply Bob llrlsht Stockholders Meeting A meulingof the stockholders of lire Firs National Hunk of Htnnfonl will Iw held at their bunking house tbo second Tuesday In January MM for the purpose of electing directors for the ensulim year JOHN JMcltoutnra Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of tIll Lin rolnUounty National ltntik of Hlnnfortl will ho held nt their bunking house the second Tuesday In January HIM for the purpose of olectlng directors for the ensuing year 11yL l4ituurCus- hierStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na tlonnl Hank of llustonvllla will Iw held nt their bunking house In Hiutonvllle the sec and Tuesday III January llsg between S alld It A x for the purpota of electing direc lure to servo the ensuing year J W lIocKKu Cashier itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid lor external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W tote Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of llOncrrs of Rood tine grass land lying on mile North of McKlnnuyon tbo Stanford pike Improvements nnd fencing good plenty of water Dud fruit Also 13 acres of tlmbeivd land ono mile Suit of MoKlnney half under fence plenty of water and good tobueco Und Hro grow nftcrop J A OIVNH IIIMcKtnn y Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my amok at Oro vrlmnnd Ilnrdwnre it go Hl bud nYJII Invoice about IIlo INnsoil OKO D HOlIKU Btnnford Ky 13Eczema is Curable ZBMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops itching iniuntly and destroys the germs that cause sklr diseases Eczema Jiekly and It permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Alt Druggists Write for sam pie EW Rose Med Co StLouisMo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes lave your men +ure taken by a tailor of ex Iurleneo Then your Clothes whrtternluv price hudllltll stilt or the ovelllni- olothes will have that individuntlty And lit which plainly Indicate they worn mode to your mcnsum I will alto take your moos ore fur extra trousers limey vests top coats und overcoats Full and Winter sam pies on hand ready for your Inspection HO HUlLKV The Tailor Httlllronl11 EXECUTORS SALE As executor of Mrs Mary O Inddls I will n TUKHIIYJANIlnIIOIOut tsar late resldene tyy inllo from Mil ItHlgtivllle In Lincoln tHiiinty Ky tell nt publlo outcry I family iimro I work limlo cows nnd calf n lot of corn fashioned furniture lIouholll and kttchnii furniture n lot of poultry shunts X tracts of knot Inml containing 12aeres wieh each ntxiiit IK miles Wet Mllledxevtll0ulso n Intel olio acres of nrntrlass land iitxmt H mile from Ieytons Well Turns niudo known on day of ante uYOIVJ AOADDIS Usor J 1 Chandler Au- ctMahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Eight of the lending companies of the worm represented Uoinp II witi nil the companies of the world Lose pay Ing record unsurpas vd Never had II low suit In the history of tins agency lomoi promptly paid nnd without discount No wultlng days for your money livforo In surlng cull o- nMAIfNY S RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stnnford on Weak Women To weak and alllnz women there is at leait ons WIly to help But with that wa two treatments roust be combined One 1I1cca1 one U constitu lanaI but both are Important both essential Dr Bboops Night Cure is the Local Dr Snoops Restorative the Constitutional Tbeformer Dr Sboops Night Cure Isa toplrat mucous membrane uopo ltory remedy while Dr Bhoopf llsltoralve Is whole an Internal treatment The Itestontive reaches throughout the entire system seeking the repair of ell servo ill tissue all blood ailments Thu N b pore ailU name lmvite4 Its work white ypusleep It soothes sore and Inlau- M mucous autlacee heals local weaknesses and discharges while tha ItestoraUve easy nervous excitement gives renewed vigor and ambition builds up 1 ted tlMUCI bringing about renlwea vigor and energy Take Dr SbooP- 1ItestorauveTahleUorLlQuldJn general tonic to the system For potlUr local help we U win DrrShoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE L New Ledgers Journals And Cash Booksi In Great Variety of Styles and Prices j In Fact a Very Complete Line of Stationery Generally PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Cue Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER OIREOTOFISt J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Ceo W Carter Stanford Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cash TrnylorGilbertsII Gumming Prcachcravillc Lilburn Gooch Gilbert Creek Jfiirst clEna14janirs Stanforddig Oryantxttt JSS2 Capital 3lee SSOOOO Surj lut anti 7naWoW ffrafitt 4s 000 Jfas paid in Dividends since Organisation S2f 500 ytvfff Jew jfceounts on Our 9erJ OFFICERS I S Mocker President S T Harris VleoPiMldenl John J McRobertiT Onhlor II 0 BauRbman Aut Caahr- WWSauadcrsBookkeeper DIRECTORS V Real J H Baughraan M D Ulmure J M Peliut S H Daugliman J F Cummins S T Harris Jno O Robinson T I nfl J S Rocker C E Tate Start the New Year right by Patronizing The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville KyI GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE- To Many Points South and Southeast Tickets Good Returning Until Nay 3Ut 1909 Wilts forratf and folder IL C KING CPA 101 E Main St Lexington Ky THE SAFEST AND HUIGKB7 WV TO TRANSFER MONEY 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY iNcrnrontTto