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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n rl H t J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXJU1I STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1905 u NO 74pKINGSVILLE t Drummers galore A number arrive everyday W It Campbell of Lexington Ma here looking after his lumber interests Much bird hunting aRong on hereby our own boys and a number of hunt 11cra from a distance Rev Wm Warren nod son of Aus tralia was the guest of Dr C M Thompson anti family Mlw Dora Rigney was pn the sick t list but Is much better Mm Robert Smith continues very shk Mrs Dora Hicks is ill The addition to our school house will soon bo completed Frank Kcnoy of Nicholaavillc has the contract and fo making rapid progress James Acy of Science lUll was here t Monday Tom Payne fs at homo from Hurnsldc Eugene Mcado of Corinth is thee guest of friends hero Mr 0 T Bradley who sold his farm at this place recently will remove with his family to Winchester This good family will bo very much missed here Uov Anderson of Science Hill preached at tho Christian church Sunday morning and evening Thd Chris tlan church here is still without a rcg ular pastor The C S Is going to build a now see lion house at Wayncsburg three miles youth of here A now telegraph office Is soon to be installed and a tower will be built at the water tank south of the depotA jolly crowd chaperoned by Dr Warren enjoyed a hay ride without pay hay Thursday evening They went to visit the Pleasant Point school and engage In a spelling match We are under the impression that our school wonMr ISnatln of Science is our new night operator Tusco Waters I who has been with his mother and sis tens hero for a month left Saturday t for Shreveport la Tusco aa ho ik familiarly known Is very popular ow ing very much to his good heart and Jo viil manner Mrs Meredith Francis who fell and broke hot right limb at Lexington dur ing tho State fair amfwho lias been ir the hospital for several months was brought to her homo hero Tuesday pier daughter Mm W McCarty who has been with her mother In lexI- ngton the past fpw days returned home Tuesday Uncle Joo Johnson it very ill and not expected to live A number of Christian ladios of our town are giving the patient the necessary care and attention G A Walter and bride will sjHJnd r4 Thanksgiving with his relatives at Stanford Mrs Dr Bradford Warren a id little Blanche have returned from n visit to her parent at Woodstock Clarence Dunn and bride of Kudlow are the guest of hla parents here Dr and Mrs C M Thompson will go to the city to spend a few days The later t will purchase winter millinery Mrs Win lane spent a few days in Cincinnati last week hopping Mrs tam o went to Science Hill Monday to attend 1the funeral of Rev George Thompsons son wbo was killed by a train at flow en J D SWOJKS and Mr Wright in surance agents of Lexington are here Hanlup Ill never go to that res s waIhis in its place Welotf Rut the proprietor wasnt to blame was hoT No but I might meet the other manNo Poison in Chamberlains Cough Remedy From Naplfr Now Zealand Herald t OJTwo years ago tho Iharmaey Hoard of New South Waloa Australia had un analysis made of all tho cough medicines that were sold In that market Out of tlio entire list they found only ono that tht1 y declared wns entirely free from all poison Thin exception was Chamberlains Cough Itemudy rondo by tho Chamberlain Mcdlelno Company Des Molns I own IT 8 A The absence of nit narcotics makes thin remedy tho safest and best that van bo hud and It Is with a feeling or security that any timtliAp can girt It to her little ones Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is especially recom mended by Its makers for coughs colds croup and whooping cough When taken in time It prevents pneu monia This remedy Is for sale by nit druggists a JohnsonIs it really true that your wire has left you JdmesonYes and thats not the f worstWhy what do you mean Ive just had a letter saying shos coming back Mrs Nannlo Wright VerityWhIte side of New York has filed sUit in Cincinnati charging her brother George M Verity of Middletown 0 with improperly securing her signature Jo a d cod of trust other entire estate Here and There The First Notional Hank of Linc vlllo Ala has closed its doors Tho post oIDcu at Constance Boone county was robbed by burglars One new case of yellow fever was reported at Havana milking a total of eight cases under treatment Dr Daniel SheppcrdHon formerly assistant of President Harper of the University of Chicago is dead in hone lulu Fortythree thousand tickets for thoc YaleHarvard football game had sold hours before tho grounda were opened All the participants in the annual thankdftiylng debate at Vanderbilt University Nashville this year will be Kentuckians Indianapolis Jews celebrated Ihq 250th anniversary of the advent of tho He brew raco in America Gov Uanly de livered an address Tho Nashville Chattanooga and Stt Louis railroad will erect a monument on the battlefield of Stones river near Murfrccsboro Tenn A Missouri Pacific passenger train collided with a freight train near Leeds a few miles east Kansas City and a number of passengers were injured Contributions jn New York to Jewish notional relief fund for tho beDJ efit of tho Jews who have suffered InI Russian atrocities amount to Thomas W Lawson says he has ro ceived so many proxies that his control of both tho New York Life Irisuraffco Company and Uio Mutual Life Insur ance Company is absolute Peter T Barnes an employment agent of Philadelphia wns held in t000 bail on charges of conspiracy and kidnaping Alexander Robinson of New ark N Thomas 1L Ochlltrco of Rushvillc Ind was found dead In bed at Indianapolis and his death is believed to bo duo to chagrin caused by a fine for spitting on the floor of a street carIJudge ODohcrty in a suit for orvc ices with counterclaim for damages decides that docking horses tails Is unlawful coming under tho statute against cruelty to animals says a Louis ville dispatch- A special grand jury has been sum mono to meet In Jefferson City Mo January 2 to investigate the outbreak of convicla in the Missouri penitentiary Gov Folk and Warden Hall ore also making an Investigation The Executive Committee of the Na tional League of Womens Organize tion has a petition signed by nearly one million women to bo presented to the United States Senate demanding Senator Smoots dismissal The New York World mentions as a more coincidence that on November 30 1001 when Governor Odoll aban doned his opposition to Senator Do pews reelection ho received J75000 In settlement of his claim against tho Mercantile Trust Company an ally of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society bf which Mr Do cw was a director and legal counselor Conclusion can easily be drawn Mrs Francis Burton Harrison wife of former Congressman Francis Bur ton Harrison of New York was in stantly killed Saturday in an automo bile accident in Long Island city Mr and Mrs Laurence I Scott of Sa Francisco who were riding with Mrs Harrison in the automobile were jured Mr Scott had n rib broken Mrs Scott was slightly injured Charl liS T Crocker brother of Mrs Harrison and the chauffeur were slightly hurt Mrs Wassoll of Chicago has se cured a divorce from her husband and surrendered the custody of her two children In order that she might de vote hcrcsclf to music Heros 10 to 1 that the husband didnt enter his ap pearance when the petition alleging these facts were flied Kentucky State Journal tans Unreasonableness Is often as great as woman Bu Tho S Austin Mgr ol thoIIHe publican of Leavcnworthi li1l1wns not unreasonable when ho refused allow tho doctors to operate on 1i wife for female trouble Instead ho 8aSIIwe concluded to try Electric Hitters My wife was then so sick sho could hardly leave her bed and five 15 physicians hind failed to re love her After taking Electric BIt- ters sho was perfectly Cured and can now perform all herhousoholddut1es Guaranteed by O L Penny Stanford Lyno DIOCrub Orchard Irlco 50- 0Arens you ashamed to go aroun begging with a boast pipe that Its the best I can afford Begga- rcant use champagno for a Lreath per fume aaDuring the 10 months ending with October the United States exported to China merchandise Valued at 50104 767 FARMERS DEPARTMENT TA Rico bought of L R Hughes some jennet Stock for 15 E P Wools ought of Dr Hugh Reid 21 light shippers at 4c W A Coffey sold to Montid Fox of Danville 19 1000pound cattle at 3Jc I have two or three good fat hogs for sale JOB Ballou Few pure red Berkshire boars for sale S T Harris Stanford Secondhand two horse power for tRIo cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford YEARLING Polled Angus bulls for sale J W Baughman Stanford J 0 Tarkingfon of Boyle sold a 10 months old Jack for 3jO to Mr Key of Tennessee J C Dohoncy of Columbia sold three yearling mules to Curt Yarberry last Ve kror2l5 Coney Bros 4c Young ought last week seven mules ranging from 100 150Adalr News Bay work horse of Doyle Reeves of Burgin turned gray In a night The whole community surprised For sale at a bargain acres ofland with small house in suburbs of Bus tonvillc Ky Mrs F B Barnett A L Miller of Roachdalc Ind bought carload of S00 pound cattle different parties at good prices- F B Fisk of Montgomery Ala bought Senator J W Baileys weanling trottingbred colt for 1000 Turncy Smith of Cynlhiana purchased of R P Hopkins of Little Hock Ark eight yearling mules at Hoggard of Cairo sold a pair of mules three and four years old last week to J D Raleigh at Dixie for 300Fleming Jloyd of Georgetown have killed and shipped to Eastern markets 60000 pounds of dressed turkeys for tho Thanksgiving market G Murrell Middleton of Sholbycoun recently soul to Mr William Green San Marco Toxas his prize winning yearling boar Premier Baron 77887 for 500 Many Mules changed hands at high prices at Lexington on court day Mature mules sold from 5216 to 400 per pair Sucklings brought from 40 to 00 There wore no yearlings on the marketAt solo of Angus cattle held at Dos Moines Iowa Nov 24lh by Silas Igo of Palmyra Iowa 37 females averaged 20906 ami 8 bull averaged 130 making a total avorago for the 45 24444 The farm of II M llorndon one milo from town on tho Barnes Mill pike was sold yesterday at public outcry to James Bennett of this city at 115 per acre The tract consisted of 52 acres Richmond Register Rod Warfieldor Elizabethlown sold to J R Hicks IP mules to bo shipped to Macon Ga They brought 173 each R B Park also of Eliza bothtown sold a polo of gray premlqm mules to J It Hicks of Macon Ga for 500 A E Hundley sold yesterday morn ing to S 0 Milton of Mercer county his farm of 113 acres on the Hatreds burg piko near Cove Spring at 11G per acre This place adjoins tho main thenHcadlcy place which now contains about 400 acres Frank Tamme the 1well known tobacco man purchased yesterday the Waters place containing about six acres and situated on tho Stanford pike about five miles from towm Advocate v Son Lost Mother Consumption runs in our family and through it I lost my mother writes E Hold of Harmony Mr lIor the post five years however on tin Tightest sign of a Cough or Cold I have token Dr Kings New Dis coyer for Consumption which has saved mo from serious lung trouble Ills mothers death was a sad loss fort Mr Held but ho learned that lung trouble must not bo neglected and how to outs It Quickest relief and euro for coughs and colds Price 50c sand 8100 gunrantcd at G L Pennys Stanford Lyno Bros Ctnb Orchard Trial bottle frees The Philadelphia capitalists who re cently bought the Lexington street railway system and other properties in Kentucky will organize a company un der the laws of New Jersey with cap Ital of 1000000 to operatoho ac quired enterprises Lordldnt Hock Buckamy ful running sores which nothing else would heal and from which I had suffered for 5 years II It Is a marve lous healer forcuts burns and wounds Guaranteed at G L Pennys Stan ord Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 25o NEWS NOTES Fire at Cleveland 0 destroyed property on Lake street valuclat100 000 The plant of the Decatur Milling CompanyDecatur was destroyed by Ore Parrish Arnctt of Magoffin county has had a bullet cut from his hip after carrying It 22 years Baillardroute to a business mission A physician says70 per cent of the human body Is water Probably the rest is olcohol Lou Tines TJ Daniel E Bandmann once a leading Shakespearean actor dropped dead on hisranch near Missoula Mont One trainman was killed and five others injured in a wreck on the Penn sylvania railroad at Thompsontown Pa Whisky tax will have to bo paid Over before certain patent medjcincs may be sold hereafter says Commissioner John W Yerkes Mrs William McWilliams and hoc five children were murdered In a farmhouse near Independence Ia and her husband is under arrest charged with the crime Tho fastest battleship in Uncle Sams navy Is said to bo the Virginia This is quite in contrast with the noblest product of the Old Dominion who is said sometimes to be frisky but never fast The indications are that the peculations of George Edward Adams cashier of the United States Assay Office at D2ooOAdamsfrom his bond and he is in jail Todays statement of the U S treasury balances In the general fund exclusive of the 150000000 gold re servo shows Available cash balances 135555470 Gold coin and Mullion 87350351 Gold certificates 44147 4SO Newton C Dougherty former banker and president of the Board of Educa tion of Peoria pleaded guilty to fivo ofthe forgery charges against him and was given a sentence of from one to 14 years on each count the same to be concurrentBishop M Turner of tho African Methodist Episcopal Church in his address to the Macon Ga con ference sold no man hated the nation more than he and ho denounced the United States Supremo Court hs having robbed tho Negro of every vestige of human or manhood rights At the courtmartial of Midshipman Meriwethor for the death of Midshipman Branch in a fist fight Judge Ad vocate Marix challenged Rear Admiral McCormick The challenge was not sustained The court determined to ask tho Secretary of the Navy for an order to exhume Branchs body that an autopsy might be made Four convicts made a desperate at tempt to escape from the penitentiary at Jefferson City Mo by blowing up tho prison gate with nitroglycerin A running fight through tho streets followed nll four of the prisoners finally being captured Two prison officers were killed and n third officer was wounded Two of the convicts were wounded one of them fatally A SUGGESTION To The People Of Stanford The articles appearing in some of our leading publications have created agood of discussion in Stanford in regard to advertised medicines their reliability and power to cure and as local drug gists we Pennys Drug Store want to say to tho people of Stanford that we believe ono of the most reliable medicines that we have known In our drug experience extending over a long pe riod Is Vinol the cod liver preparation made without oil Vinol is not a patent medicine every thing in it is printed on the back label of every bottle and it actually docs contain in a highly concentrated form all of tho medicinal curative elements of cod liver oil taken from fresh cods sysItemcloggingand retard its work and thisis why it is fast superseding oldfashioned cod liv er oil and emulsions Inasmuchas Vinol is therefore the latest scientific improvement of an old and standard remedy it is the greatest strength creator in the world for old people weak sickly women and child ren nursing mothers aril after a severe sickness It cures hacking coughs chronic colds and all pulmonary trou bles We positively guarantee to return money if it fails Pennys Drug Store Laziness according toan Atlanta physician is a germ disease contracted by walking on tho ground Still you havent observed that the man who travels on a street car pass more en ergetic than his fellows Louisville Times GtTN A Few words To YouJt W visitaour store Never befilreTiavd we rind sod mauy off the thoroughly artistic things Our store room lips beep hmtdrially cnlirgeiland our stock of goods especially suitable for holiday gifts has been doubled We are repute t cd to bo the biggest dealers of the kind in Central Kentucky and it is our pnrposo to supply the people of Bnylo mud adjoining counties with n class of goods that can not be elsewhere gotten outside the largo cities andon nc count of fur comparatively small expen cs we can andwill sino you money on highclass jeiyclry nud novelties Our optical department has been improved mid better equippednnrlpa tients suffering from eye defects aro especially invited to visit this brauch of our business HUGH MURRAY Danville Kentucky George D Hopper J Successor to J Iv VnuArsdale Denier in Hardware groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds i I ask a jxirtiort of the patronage of the people of Stanford and Lincoln county promising the best goods at the most reasonable prices 4 George D Hopper Stanford Ky First National Stanford Ky BankCapital StocK 50000 Tm institution was originally esubllsliae M the Deposit tank of Stanford la est ben reorganized the National uenkof sad again reorKsnUecl n the Klnt xHtlonal Batk of Stanford lu US2 uarlng had practically an uoloter njjitoJ dxlitnnRe tor 48 year It N hettrr Ulllled sow with faclatle fur trinf4vt tig Daslncij promptly and wen than OTII before In e long and honorabin carwt Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and tilt portions Solicited rl J n Paxton J B OuMAT U Bhankt W 0 Walk Oeo W Oftrtor B Foster L O Qooch W R Outpmlnn W M Bright K L HubbU w n Shank 0mceon to The Farmer HinV A Trust and ender We Unplug such bUslnrm rnlaUon lll prnva mutually bnnrflclal 3 0 HOOKER Ire ST HAiuita V Pre r J W D WKAUKN Asst Chr v V Hold DunrllU T Harris Stanford J S llocber Stanford KD Tanner McKlnuej nimore Stanford Sii nugbmao JUnnft rd t T R Ulll Stanford Ju RabicBaa Rubble 111 namrhman Stanford J Pnttus fltanfor4 0 E Tate Stanford Honest Mike Boots and i High Top Shoes w E Pellcins CAPITAL STOCK 550000- i Directors j Uornpinjj1 taini- inaiiftgomout contliiuously- forSftyonr SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Officers MCHOUERTSbhi Directors orchardIKentucky LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK J Officers S Ir SHANKS a Preeldent- I Paxtont Vice President w u niuonr 0 ibli t n W O WALKER Au t Oaiblt GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY Are Extensive Dealers and Manufacturers of Doors Windows Blinds Sash Rough and Dressed Lumber Lime Ce mentPortland and Acme Washington Red Cedar ShinI k gles WRITE THEM FOR PRICES r r r t The Interior Journal i E C WALTON if t TIIUHSDAY Nov 30 has been designated by the powers that be as the day of annual Thanksgiving This custom was brought by the Pilgrim Fathers from their temporary place of abode i n Holland when thoy abandoned their homes in civilization to sow the seeds of liberty in the wilderness With it 3 has become universal and one of th most important holidays on the calendar and it is well that it is thus I our ancestors surrounded by danger and obstacles of every variety soul devote a day of grateful thanks for th privilege of sowing the seed surely their descendants of this generation e who have lived to see the full grown tree and partake of its blessed fruits should emulate their example with heartsof grateful praise So let us come together on the designated day I and give thanks to the Lord for His t many blessings and remember the poor with a substantial donation for the Lord loves a cheerful giver If this is done it will prove a more palatable seasoning to your turkey than cranber ry sauce THE friends of Mr Joe T Embry throughout this the 18th Senatorial district have urged him to becomo a candidate for doorkeeper of the Senate of the next General Assembly of Ken tucky and after a careful survey of the political situation he has decided to let Senatorelect R L Hubble place his name before the democratic caucus on Jan 1 1906 Vo want to see him get there with both feet and if he is as fleetfooted as Took has proven he ought to land the plum Joe is one of the best democrats in Lincoln county and has done more hard work without reward than any democrat in the coun tyHe has shown what he can do for the party at several elections and at the last November election his work for the ticket was unparalelled inStanford and every democrat throughout Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Casey counties should bear his race in mind and aid in every honorable way to elect him He will make an ideal doorkeeper being courteous capable and cour ageous and heres hoping he will 11a hands down TilE sophomore girls in the Univer sity of Cincinnati have issued an edict that the freshman little sisters must not appear with their hair twisted in knots but must roll loose down their backs Outside of the fact that the girl sbphs are meddling in a matter that is none of their affair it reminds us of a Kentucky story of two older sisters who declared that the youngest sister must sacrifice one inch from the end of her skirt each year until the older sisters were securely married and the poor child had to wear tights before therterm of release rolled around DOES the candidacy of Mr Haldeman for United States Senator nip in its bloom the candidacy of Tommie Drew cry for speaker or does the metropolis like the late Judge Unthank want both of them offices hisself 1 Insatiate monster would riot one suffice Kentucky State Journal The repre sentatives of Kentucky will not forget when Tommie bolted William Goebel for governor in 1899 and paraded the State speaking for the Hogjaw Taylor Aid SocietyJohn Young Brownfor governor His famous Lebanon speech will never be forgotten IF the democratic representatives of this grand and proud old Commonwealth of ours will carry out the wishes of their constituents they will select as the speaker of the next House a demo crat and not a bolter We want to ask for information if the Hon R W Mill er of Madison didnt bolt William Jen nings Bryan for president in 1896 7 We also ask the Hon Thomas Drewery of Louisville if he didnt in 1899 bolt Wil liam Goebel for governor IT is a pity that such an astute politician as W B Haldeman is said to be would allow C C McChord Co to use him as a catspaw in the U S Senators race Mr Haldeman is a fine fellow and would make an ideal Senator for Kent tucky but his boon launched by Chord Lewis Shackelford and Wood son will die a horning Judge will be eclipse in the race and the restla nowhere BERRYS plurality for treasurer of Pennsylvania has just been ascertained to be 88260 He is a democrat Roosevelt republican got a plurality of 605t C19 in the State a year ago The for mer vote showed the popular disapproval of republican methods by State boss es the latter confidence in a man trye ing to do his dutyct SMITH has guessed again He fDAVE some time ago that he i would not stand for reelection to Congress from the Fourth District and i just as the rising young politicians were beginning to look longingly at l t the plum Dave shattered their hopes by changing his mind Naughty f Davel L EVANGELIST SAM JONES was given a farewell ovation in Cincinnati says an exchange which adds that 1500 were subscribed by those present If Sam were better known in Cincinnati tho farewell benefit would have been muc larger if they could only be assured it was a farewell forever GOVEnNOKELECT PATTISON has in obedience to the wishes of the goof good decided that there shall be no dancing at the inaugural ball The new governor ought to go slow His wings havent grown enough for him to fly Ieyet Men angels are few in this world the otherIfor TilE Louisville fusionists have brought suit to have the entire vote of Louise villo at the recent election thrown out and held void These purificationist who represent all classes from Rev Powell to Buckingham Whallen are fighting windmills but seem to like job theIi MORE than half the Federal offices i Kentucky are held by men who left the democratic party for the partys good It is a good thing for the party but its toughon those republicans who have for years borne the heat and burden ofI tho day Tim democrats will have 107 in both Houses of the next Kentucky General Assembly which will convene on Jan 2 1906 Pretty good for an off year There will only be 31 republicans in both Houses to act as wallflowers IT is reported that turkeys will sell for30 cents per pound at Thanksgiving but rabbits are plentiful and cheap Besides Thanksgiving is several days off yet and why fret about tomorrow if today be sweet TURNING traitor tothe democrats party and his friends has been rathe remunerative to U S Marshal Steve Sharp We hope he is as well with the bargain as his satisfiedI elates are- MAnsE HENRY WATTERSON and the 1Rev Powell are doing the Gaston and Alphonse racket in the C J It would not be surprising if the editor an preacher should exchange pulpits pret ty soon AN Ohio man bet that he could drink quart of gin He won the bet but it did not avail him anything for the undertaker took charge of his remains ANEW YORK man has invented a drinkometer to tell how many drinks a man should take but in this State the knee joint is sufficiently accurate POLITICAL Judge Lewis McQuown latest drone out of the Senatorial hive joins the quartette intent on stinging the publicChicago and New York political re form organizations have agreed to promote a national conference of such organizations throughout the country W W Huffman former secretary of the Indiana Senate was indicted fn Indianapolis on the charge of soliciting contributions on Government property Perry Belmont of New York has appointed a committee of prominent men to urge legislation providing for publicity In all matters relating to campaign contributions Mr W B Haldeman who fights reporters on other papers and who fails to defend his own reporters when unjustly attacked is gross material for a Kentucky Senatorship Herald Thomas Taggart chairman of the Democratic National committee hasI appointed August Belmont of NewI York as treasurer of the committee toI succeed George Foster Peabody reoj signed After a careful investigation said Representative Southall I am contiI dent that a majority of the Christian county are for Judge Paynter for U S Senator and I shall vote for him in the democratic caucus The canvass of the official vote at the late election in Ohio was finished by the Secretary of State and shows the official plurality of John M Pattison the Democratic nominee for Governor to be 12647 Tho total vote cast in the State was 961605 against 1026229 last year The following democrats have con tested the election in Magoffin county John F Cooper county judge W P Carpenter county clerk Shepherd tole county attorney Charley Hdw rd sheriff and Martha B Arnett ounty superintendent of schools They liege fraud and illegal votes in several precincts Poor oldwhiskybcsotten Savoyard comes to tho rescue of his erstwhiln enemy Senator Blackburn in a two column article in the Washington PostI and tells a long and rambling story the Senators career in andout f Congress Time was when the pen f Eugene Newman wielded influence n the State of his birth but like manyI other brilliant men he worked his own downfall and now hawks about theI iroduct of his one brilliant genius to whomsoever may buy And tis that the theme of his song in this in stance has also passed the day of hisI usefulness Blackburn slapped his face once He is now doing tho spaniel act of licking the hand that smote him Kentucky State Journal IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Berry Wallen was called to tho doo of his home in Laurel county and fearfully wounded by an unknown as sassinAt Richmond the little five year oli daughter of John Thorpe was so badly bitten by a vicious hog that she wil die Tho child was carried several hundredyards to a thicket and would have been eaten had not assistance come Tho hog had to be killed bofor it would release the child- MATRIMONIAL Mr William Simpson aged 18 and Miss Ida Belle Smith 17 will be mar ried on Thanksgiving day at Hu ton ville Eight divorces were granted by Louisville courts the decrees being equally distributed between husbands and wives Francis Hildcbrand or Louisville who was sued for 10000 by John marriageIwas on the ground of privileged communi cation The American National Bank of floe ton has closed its doors The United States sold Canada last year exports to tho value of 166000 000The Armours are said to have cor nered the Central Kentucky turkey cropFifteen people were killed and more than SO injured in a railroad wreck near Lincoln Mass Two Japanese steamers collided near Shimonoseki and the Ikutn was sunk Eleven persons are missing The damage suit of Pat Snarkey against R W Knott and the Evening Post was dismissed on motion of the than 100000 people lined the streets of New York to witness the fu neral procession of Nathan Meyer Shaikewitz a Hebrew novelist President Roosevelt has removed from office William S Lieb Assistant United States Treasurer at Philadelphia for constant and persistent violation of the civil service law while in officeAccording to the annual report of Secretary Wilson wealth production on the farms of the United States in 1905 reached the highest amount ever attained in this or any other country 6415000000 Office BoyThere arc two men ou there sir who want to see you one c them is a poet and the other is a deaf manEditorWell go out and tell the poet that the deaf man is the editor Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This is tho mos successful medicine in the world for bowel complaints nail Is tho only remedy that will cure chronic diar rhoea Every bottle is warranted For sale by all druggists Keeper of the Asylum showing visi tors around Where is the room where the automobolists are kept But where arc they there is nobody in sight They are all under the beds tinkering with the slats Herb W EdwardsInjured Herb W Edwards of Dos Moines own got a fall on an icy walk last winter spraining his wrist and brills ng his knees The next day Iii says they were so sore and stiff I was afraid I would have to stay in jed but 1 rubbed them well with hamlK rlalns Pain Balm and after a few applications all soreness had Hsappeared I feel that this bottle of Pain Balm saved mo several days time to say nothing of tho suffering This linlinent Is for sale by all drug fists GOOD for OLD and YOUNG August Flower keeps the children healthy and troDKPull and frolic the whole day long Bo when Mamma needs more they off In high glee And shout to the druggist Please give It to metInability to get up brisk and fresh In the morning lack appetite pallor muddy complexion r these indicate a disordered stomach and bad digestionin adults and children too They also tile urgent neea regu1arllindigestiondyspepsia a t Two sizes are and 756 All druggists For Bale at Pennys Drug Store C rOf STYLE AND FIT No matter the Quality of the Gobds if they do not Fit they arejfailures and you are dissatisfied Our OVERCOPtTS PCexAre made of the Best Material obtainable and their Style and Fitting Qualites are Simply Perfect We do not claim the cheap est stuff in town but we do claim the Best Fitting Suits and Overflcoats Put one on and see if our statement not correct H J MROBERTS STANFORDI I KE HAIR BALSAM Ctcuur fcrautiT ktlfc ttvmaut a hioiUnl north Krrr Fallo Atorlisle to It Youthful Colo- r01rNp dirs n lf talilu antIherbU UMBRELLAS toCorered end repaired and made almost u Rood ai new for a mall amount I can ax your umbrella better then the tramp repairer and for lose money Ogre me a trial PRAMK ATKIKR Stanford SONStBlue Crass Nurseries Lexington KY OnVr for the Knit of MA n fait cluck of troll trw vines u pnrn tguauallfeulUrhttharhhrubs rte We employ the planter Cntnlogueoneppllcu- llonDar Traylor DIALIB WHlsk Brandu Wises Beer Gloars Etc Carpenter Houie Olote to Depot A od Ux or no to STANFORD KYI Prompt and pollt atttntlon rlotbtnt bsl Iht to n drink Mill phone cr telegraph crd rs tangs irooputuntlon y Y HOTEL PROPERTY AND STAILE FOR SALE St de lro to sell howl proper tynndlhrp stniluIn lluntonvlllc lux cnn Iw u pa hotel or private residence and li well arranged for two families Mill hie hut 30 stall and U In cood repair 1lun ty water at faun mid hotil If iouao U not old by Jan lit will runt It for ono your llou nml Ixirn niwly cnvvrttl lintel In iriulutl Hcliool dUtrlct For further partlc flora roll or nddm- eUHt AitlENTrIIJlulonvllle Ky EXTENSION I In order to inuko room for coming goods wo will enlarge our store nt once but wo wnnt to stove tsomo of our goods quick null will give some good bargains Latest ctylc in rugs cnrpets and furniture Cull mid we us Livery Millinery und undertak lug Pruitt BrothersMorelnml Ky Do You Want a Home If so wo cult furnUh you one nny kind you want Wo liovo for Bnlu a grant variety of fnrma dwelling hounvn ImxIneM IIOUMU and business proposition If You Want a Farm wrltoui what kind of n place you art look lug for wind aim what Improviimiita where located how notch you lire willing to Invest and any other ixTtln nt Information We have farms of all sizes character and priced and we am certain to Interest you If you are on tho market A postal card will bring you one of our printed hat CKNTKAL KY IlKAL EHTATK CO It K YoDNOlrealdent Lebanon Ky It I ifl 4 l Holiday Presents If We have exhibited nice Holiday Displays before but none that com pare with the one wo now aek you to inspect Watchw Fine Jewelry Sit vcr Novelties and Silver Tableware Fine Haudlniutcd China Cut Glair 1 Etc late High Quality Goods atTLow Price COIHO und bo convinced r t WIH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKYr 4 Good Weather to Paint Dont put off painting till next spring Do it notf- Weather l conditions are good no long spring rains to soak into the lumber and jeopardize good results no gnats and flies fto stick to the fresh paint the paint put l on now gives protection against winter t storms SIIERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT PAINT i NBUILDINGS WITH useft at rhlhe smallest cost 1 oure going to paint this fall let us talk to you about S W P LSOLD 4k Pennys Drug Store Stanford Kentucky r f j j NEW FURS Just in All grades elf prices nil Btylcfc Our tockuf C61I1111JtOIr i f IRIBTJXVOWD KY Nov 28 1005 riII TRV true Vanilla for flavoring 1 for your Thanksgiving delicacies SoII1I in 1cnnys Drug Store t PERSONALS ETHEL W rof Lancaster la t tllMI8 Myrtle OBannon sirs M C WILLIAMS of Somerset Z liI hero with her many friends Mil M C WIUJAMS of Somerset joined his wife hero yesterday t DR J MORGAN SIMS returned to his SundaykkiIs Miss DOLL CAIHICLL of Hustonvillc v was among thoshoppcrs here yesterday Danville News II sins MARTHA DAVISON tins been quito sick for a couple of weeks but Is 1improving slowly It COLEMAN and family have moved Into their pretty new homo on Lower Main Streety Mil AUJERT GoocH of Versailles attended tho burial of his brother Mr Craig L Gooch Sunday t 4 MR WALTER S WARREN and family are moving Into their recently pur chased homo on Lower Main Street v JACK Goon left for Danville III yesterday lie has accepted a place there with his cousin in n grocery store Miss ALMA PARROTT of the Tele phone Exchange will leave tomorrow Pi for Lebanon to spend Thanksgiving with the homcfoUcs MISSES SUSAN FRYB and Florence Spragcns of Hustonvillc visited Miss ff v Mayme fowling Wednesday and Thurs dayAdvocate DR J P PIJYTON went to Louisville i yesterday to bo present at an operation tQbo performed on Mrs It sL Black erby formerly Miss Florence Myers of this place Mn AND MRS A H SEVERANCE and little son Heath went up to Corbin liyesterday to make their future home the regret of their many friends hereS- ENATORELECT It L HUUIILB roo turned Saturday from Louisville where f ho has been under the treatment of Dr Win Cheatham for his throat and Is much improved SlIEIHFKKLECT T J HlLL ttWS rented of M D Elmoro his dwelling now occupied by W H McKinney and will move to it the first of tho year with his excellent family MRS JAMES K HELM anti Missea Maggie and Ophelia Owsley of More land went up to Urodhead yesterday f to see their father Mr Franklin Ows Icy who is dangerously sick MR Most PARKS the erstwhile pop ular Parksvillo merchant has sold his mercantile interests to Mr Wails and has now engaged with tho L C Ewing t Roller Mills us traveling salesman He AJIs a hustler and will land the orders nnvllle News REV 0 M HUKV and his family left today for their now home in Somerset where ho takes charge of tho Baptist church We feel sure that tho best wishes of nil the good people of our town follow him and his excellent Tam lly to this now field of labor LOCALSI SILVER novelties at Muellers ALL kinds of fruits for Thanksgiving T D Newland OUR mill will bo closed Thanksging day J H Ilaughmnn Co COUNTRY hams sour kraut and Buck wheat Hour ntT D Newlands NEW stock of Chase Sanboms cof fee Best made W II Higgins bBaiwC your prescriptions to Dr WI N Craig for low prices and best ser vice tTt1E penalty will go on nil taxes not Nov 30 I have no favorites M S Baughman S L C FOR RENT Cottage near depot just vacated by Capt Richards Posses 1sion at once P P Nunnelley TRY a can of Pcndcnnis coffee for your Thanksgiving dinner Oysters white plume celery cranberries fancy dried fruits George H Farris TilE ladles of Hustonville will have a a Bazaar next Wednesday afternoon 29th for the benefit of the rebuilding of the Mountain Hindman school which was recently destroyed by fire L 4 IIWNZ preserves apple butter bak ed beans etc W II Higgins GUNS gun cases shells cleaning rods etc W N Craig pharmacist LAP robes =kbllZ7rdstorm fronts for buggies etc J C McClary LOT of purebred black Langshan BeazloyStanford I CAN furnish you with pica cakes ThunkagivinlMrs celerylIalngagiving W II HIggins WANTtUA Nol farm hand Will pay f1760 per month and board him John Y Jones Danville TilE Graded School will take a holi day from Thursday till Monday in order to let tho school children cat turkey ARTHUR UARNETT sold his farm of 2G acres to Walter Hiatt for 1750 The farm lies on the Danvillo pike near Stanford fur ladies of tho Christian church will have an exchange and bazaar at J L Bcazlcys store on Wednesday 29th before Thanksgiving WEDNESDAY Is alastfor pay ing your graded school tax After that date per cent cnalty will go on W 0 Walker collector EXCHANGE OR SALE ISOacre good improved farm in Mercer county for a farm near Hustonvillc W T Ewing real estate agency Harrodsburg Ky I WILL haven of fancy work at my home on Lancaster street the first week in December Tho ladies are invited to call and see It Mrs C Leslie Carter Stanford JUDGEELECT 40K MAma of Crab Orchard Is tho boss gunshot in Lincoln county Ho went down in tho edges of Uockcostlc and Pulaski counties and in two half days ho landed 86 partridges out of 100 shots Who can beat the genial judges record 7 WB received of Mr Eph Pcnnington of Phoenix Arizona formerly of this place a catalogue of the First Annual Arizona Territorial Fair which will be held at Phoenix Dec to 9 It shows liberal premiums for stock etc and large purses for races of every kind THE place to buy Staple and Fancy Groceries Cakes Candies Fruits Veg stables best makes of Hardware Tin ware Queensware blacksmith and wagon makers supplies sewer pipe salt etc Complete stock best goods sat isfactory prices at George D Hoppers Stanford Ky Mn WM SEVERANCE has bought Mr John P Jones dry goods business lOUt at Corhln and his brother Mr A II Severance of this place will mango it for him A new stock of dry goods is now being opened and it will be one of the best in that thriving moun air city We commend Mr Severance to tho eople of Corbin as being a gentleman In every sense of tho word and a splendid upright business man and hopo and believe that ho will bo liber ally patronized WARNING On account of tho great reputation and wellknown merits of our lines of Honest Miko and Level Best loots arch shoes crude imitations are springing up throughout the country represented as tho same or just as good Tho public is warned that H J McRobcrts Is our solo and exclusive agent nt Stanford and that we will note responsible for material workmanship or brands on souvenir goods not passing through his hands Len G Edclin with the James T Wood Co Ware Mass OLD FIDDLERS CONTEST There will be an old fiddlers contest at McKinney on the night ofSaturday Dec 9 1905 at the McKinney Bank Hall and prizes will bo offered to the best old fiddler over 40 years old as follows First best fiddler 10 second best fiddler 5nndto any fiddler under 10 years 350 Judges to be picked front the audience Performance to begin at 7 P M Spec- Ial free banjo and fiddle music Admission 25c children under 12 years IGc All fiddlers Invited For further in for mation address W J Duncan manager McKinney Ky i December RemnantaYY Sale- Wo are preparing for the greatest IJcmiiant Sale we liaVc 9vcr hold Wo will ofTor remnants of goodsRcloaks suite skirts furs underwear c OUR house will be closed next Thursday Thanksgiving W II Higglns TRY a load of BlueGem coal Makes no clinkers J H Baughman Co FARM SOLD Walter Hiatt sold his farm of about 15 acres adjoining T A Rice Price private TUB Warren Grigsby Chapter U D C will meet with Mrs T J Foster this afternoon at 230 oclock ALL kinds fruits candies cakes figs dates prunes fresh nuts Fresh Lowneys on hand Mrs WS Jones LOST between Newlands store and P P Nunnelleys a pocket book con taining small amount of money Re ward Leave at this office DISSOLVED PARTW RSlrThe firm of D C Sipple Sonof Jumbohas dis solved partnership Mr C M Sipple the junior member retiring from tho firm UAKERYMrs SJones has installed a bakery nt her confectionery with Giddy Wade as baker and he is furnishing the public with cakes bread etc Fort SALE House and 4J acres of landone mile south of McKinney on Mlddlcburg pike property of Mrs Lucy Lewis For terms apply to J F Cash Turnersville A NUMn outer people took advan tage of the cold dry weather lastwcek and killed hogs Spare ribs sausage and tenderloin are tho orders of the day and my they do tickle our palate OFFICIAL announcement has been made that tho Danville extension of the Southern railway will be opened on Friday The new schedule shortens the time between Louisville and Southern points nearly one hour MANY thanks to Attorney R G Williams of Covington for the invitation to attend the banquet given in honor of tho democratic committee for the val uablo services rendered by it Nov 7 Mr Williams subject was How It Happened COLLAISEDThe old warehouse on the St Asaph creek belonging to Mr J S Murphy collapsed Friday about noon and 800 bushels of millet seed and several hundred bales of straw belong- Ing to Mr James N Cash went thro into the water but only about 15 bushels of seed were damaged Mr Cosh tells us- BunRzsMr Burris a prominent at torney of Zion City III who had just returned from Mexico where ho hud been with Dr Alexander Dowie died very suddenly says a dispatch to IIus tonvillo relatives last week Mr Bur ns son married Miss Mary Carpenter one of Hustonvilles pretty girls sever al years ago as many will remember GOES MRCARPENTER BETTER Mr John K Baughman the West Find goes Mr Sandy T Carpenter one better on the large cushaw which was Braised by him Mr Baughman reports one raised by him that measures 85 Inches in length 39 inches in circum ference and weighs 37 pounds Who will bo the next to report and then we are ready to make good our promise warding three months subscription to the I J 7 ACQUlnEDlIr Homer Wallin sop of Squire W D Wallin of Crab Orch ard was acquitted lust week at Jacks boro Tenn for the killing of Tandy Ray at Lafollctte Tcnn The evidence introduced showed plainly that Mr Wallin acted in selfdefense In discharg- Ing his duty as a policeman and that when he fired the fatal shot that Ray was advancing on him with a knife and that he had to fire the shot that he did in order to protect his own life It Is certainly good news for the young mans fronds in tho East End of this county where ho lives A Disastrous Calamity It Is a disastrous calamity when you loso your health because in digestion and constipation have upped it away Prompt relief can bead In Dr Kings New Lifo Pills They build up your digestive organs and Cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaranteed at G L Pennys Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 25o CIRCUIT COURT After taking up five days of circuit court and holdin night sessions also the case of R E Leo Sims charged with tho killing of Mr John R Farris last September came to a close Saturday The speech es on both sides were all pronounced good and at 7 oclock the jury was given the case by Judge Bell and after two hours and n half of deliberation tho jury reported to the court that it could not agree and that it was hopeless ly hung After n few remarks to them by tho court they were discharged and Judge Bell fixed the ball of Mr Sims at 0000 which he promptly gave with Judge Alcorn and Geo L Penny as sureties The decision of the jury was a great surprise to many standing from best information that could be obtained one for life two for 10 years imprisonment and nine for acquittal At the February tern of court there will be the same four murder cases up for trial and a large docket ot civil and equity business which had to be continued at this term of court on account of criminal business that had precedence over It Court qdjourncd at 10 oclock after a three weeks term GOOCH After an illness of about three months with a complication of diseases Mr Craig L Gooch died Saturday afternoon about 1 oclock at his home near Gilberts Creek Mr Gooch was a son of the late William Gooch and was about 29 years of age at the imc of his death Mr Gooch In 1S99 married Miss Ella Holtzclaw daughter of Mr Alex Holtzclaw of this place a most excellent lady This un ion was blessed with three bright children ono boy and two girlswho with the wife are left to mourn the loss of an affectionate husband and father Mr Gooch joined the Christian church many years ago and had since lived up to its teachings in every sense of the word He has always borne the reputation of a sober honest and upright citizen The funeral was conducted by Eld J G Livingston at Goshen church Sunday at 1 oclock P M after which the re mains of the splendid Christian gentle man and citizen were laid to rest in the Goshen burying ground in the presence of one of the largest crowds ever assembled there It was a sad day for Eld J G Livingston because of the fact that nearly six years ago it was his good fortune to unite Mr Gooch in the holy bonds of marriage and on Sunday it was his sad privilege to preach his funeral For his family sisters brothers and relatives much sympathy is felt and may lie who doeth all things for comfort them in this sad hour of afliiction One of natures best and noblest sons has gone tohis reward Peace to his ashes Services at the grave were conducted by the Odd Fellows of which he was an honored mem ber for many years J M A TUB poor policy holders in the old line Insurance companies may regret that their money has been swiped by rascally managers but they are doubtless grateful that they are not compelled to sit on the hot griddle of an un eeling investigating committee and answer embarrassing questions C T Bohon of the West End sold to Kibben Co of Jackson Ga 30 mules and one mare at satisfactory prices When you want n pleasant 1h she try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other un pleasant effect Sold by all drug gists j Excited Fisherman to country hotel keeper There isnt n bit of fishing about here Every brook has a sign warning people of What do you mean by luring anglers here with the prom Iso of fine fishin- g1I0telkeepcr1 didnt say anything about fine fishing If you read my advertisement carefully you will see that what I said was Fishing unapproach able The Exact Thing Required for Constipation- As a certain purgative and stomach purifier Chamberlains Stomach and Llvor Tablets seem to bo the exact thing required strong enough for tho most robust yet mild enough and safe for children and without that terrible griping so common to most pur gatives say R S Webster Co Udora Ontario Canada For sale all druggists New Goods 3See the Mcrcericd Poplin rein Plaids for waits 50c New Plaid Ginghams I2ic New White Wnistings 15 to 25clNew Neckwear 25c to 2S Our Swagger Double Breasted Overcoat j It promises to be a great favorite i loose and boxy fancy fabrics See our full line of Overcoats You will be pleased with the style and fit of our garments The prices are attractive i too We show many styles CUnniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky i y r y Watch this space L M HUE CO Dry Gooos Notions Five aul1 Ten Cent Ware Etc J 1- dt J i J lJInterior Journal t Entered in the Post 0fce at Stairford as condcIa tnatkr PTJIIMSIIHU TUESDAYS AND FIUDVY8 AT- 700 PER YEAR CASH When not lo paid MOO wilt be cha- rgedINSURANCE Fire lndFltorm1Ufo and Accident None but nnd JiKST Companies Jt imsetiUHi Ixjwcitlot itblo Rates Paylngilleo ordjUncqunllcd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Ihone No Si Thar New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Kv Wm SHUOARS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished anl under entire New Management NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBKB k CLA3ESOH Prcn JUNCTION CITV KYV- lritGlaai Turnouts at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to Traveling Uen and Day For Sale Jesse W Sweeney taoral6TOR Livery Food Ana Salo Static Lancaster Ky Horeeslwellfed and cared for Up to date rie at reasonable rates J H IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Serviceat Reasonable Rates Call on ni on Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal E D PeytonDE- ALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BOGARTSRSuccessor to Bruce tit Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable r Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patrlnageIseolicited Horses on tock Pens In Connection FOR RENT lilnckmnlth shop tools houso and garden cnr beglnlng Jan man cnn ilo well iV1t111tStOOround Hubblo Ky iI For Sale Privately My bouse Bad 10 acres of land situated Jut ouulde of town limIts on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ear Tanta room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard and one tor stock L P DAILEY McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kontucky Manufnctururs of Jeans IIns6YII1InmI Illnnketn nnd Yarn tyvnuut your wool 1Vo tnku wool In for work allowing themnrkotprlcu Hatlafnctlon gtmrutdeed or 0 prices mud Inforuintlon Agents wanted PUBLIC SALE Aa executor of Alfred I will ut his Into renltlenc0 near lIolwlIie on TUKHUAYNOVMTH outcry Ills property HullntIlUhUu It3 or u Shome wagon wheat drill twlnu binder mower hay rill cutting harrow nil In excellent condition shoats S hogs ready to butcher yearling eiittlw 2 milk cows broad more t thhy l work horse I barrels of corn JHnliocki sugar cum lot of folder hit turkeyskc- Terns will on day of Kale MIITON SlMlHOX xecutor POSTED WII whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting fishing or uny kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Itelchenboch Brs Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred liaumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mettle II Ilelchenbich Charles Oummtns Jos Hallo 4 A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W EAmon W R Daugherty M J Hoffman M D amore Peter W Jarter J Nevin darter J E Druce W F BUomalrer Thomas Ferrlll Green Kerrlll F J Conn John B Oamenlsch Ham Trowbrldge A D Root Charles nulin Frank Cordler Mrs W O Welch Peter Balmer t John Meter Samuel Ltndsey Jacob Older Mrs Alice Lytle David Stephens Mary UolTmann L P Nunnelley J W Baughnian Unrlstena Qrayson i rr f Sale Of Personalty I will sell nt my farm known ns tho Ohn- sOrmnnplncuuboutSmiles from Htmifonl on Iaaclli pko on- TUESDAY IIKO The followings 6 in ipoiind cattle air aged mules tytlIro d In imilel fllllll horse brood mnrol5stnrks IIllIdorl21110wrsiprlng wagon drill corn plmlter- Plows brainharrows and n ullllllltr 0 articles useful to farmer Terms nuulo known on dAt of safe TII lIIe1IIHTtJItHn- J I Chandler Au- erPUBLIC SALE Mu will soil nt auction nt our place two inllus North of Crab Orchard on the Unib Orchard and Imuenster pike on KHIDAY DKOKMIIKIllST 1M3 The splendid tarn known ns till Whites place connlitlnc of cents of Rood land All In n good sillto of cultivation line It thrill houses and n spitmild Orlst 111111IIltlItln D mad WII HM ITII Crab A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McllobcrU Drug Store in the Owsley Building Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy rendymnde clothing when there Is little difference In tho price of high enttakenlllganmrgwdCncMhinhlont Winter Roods I can make from n low price business suit to the finest dross suit Also overcoats trousers nnd fancy vests The coulter ny l represent le ono of the IJtost IL CROPLEY the Tailor RESTORATIVE CUR- ESERYOUSDEBlUnf pby1eadtmentalpononal mquetlllDl tae au type or pertret manhood beeithyNarnbderelopmentan matette worth Inlt NansbCursnub Pr trAlJon Slctplcitnf Ri Other trouble dc to ofer work wnoklntrUrui limblu and other aeaLakes rcJmood and rtitln vut d Dom woolen naoklet tree ITimlJaabax 8U for 1300 postpaid with a enw ante to rrfnnd If not raiwl or l rneOt pErreit MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s A Tog SALE AT PENSTfl DRUG STOOL JLBeazleyCo f UnilcrbiKere uud Eiubalin ere Also DuuleiB in Fur niture MattiugaUugit They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY 1tC aT j Undertaker Emblmnndj Dealer iu HarnessSaddlery a STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone Home ltluno 35 Resolutions Of Respect Whereas it has pleased an overrul ing Providence to remove from our midst our brother Craig L Gooch a man of such genuine worth ns to cause not only our town but the community as well to feel keenly the loss of such a staunch and worthy citizen and whereas brother Craig L Gooch was for several years a member of Stanford Lodge No 15G 0 0 F and where as every member of this order respects our brother because of his courtly per sonality and intrinsic character therefore be it- RESOLVED 1st That Stanford Lodge No 166 I 00 F extend to tho rel atives of the deceased their heartfelt sympathy ih their bereavement and be cause of ties of fraternity and deep re spect wo do enter into their sorrow and feel with them the loss they have sus That these resolutions be spread upon the records of Stanford Lodge No 156 L 0 0 Fa copy presented to the family of our brother and friend and also that the INTERIOR JOURNAL be requested to publish these resolutions Respectfully submitted 1ECom W IL BRADY A gentleman rides innn Irish man came within sight of nn old gal lows and to display his wit said Pat do you see that To be sure 01 do replied Pat And where would you he today if the gallows had Its due Oid be riding alone replied Pat There will be no flowers in either house on the opening day of Congress Speaker Cannon issued a prohibitory order last session and tho Senate adopted a resolution barring flowers Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky No Small firm S7 en8 Stalin from Man fund llouMol fourgooj rooms back porch and I veranda tlooj tern sail other building In good rrralr Cut ails Selds well traced acrrt la cuitlTillon oop era In fruit tanse rest In craw llougbtatammlutowrsmile IL 1irgiln sod a- be said at bargain Clous to Ktuxil soil church Price 513 sr acre Land adolnlagsold fur trio lid It TaUUaUncain No afS520acreolcoal andtlmh rlied lora rd la ferry county Ky oa Oripe Vine Cre ka- trlbuUrvuf the North Fork Kentucky rinr tour reins ofcoal in thickness tom mnr IITlpLlo to the mouth A ralboed UiutTeted within ibiwLabotecrtt protnit lbe tfuilwr contUK o nbeprrrect Will sell or tiehacje on terms No AA nine two story eight room frame dwelling la StiotorJ Ilea two halls fowl rcllir with concrete floor nrdpn will in kltckrn N ctln on wbfcb rtbtfor1lprrmonlf- hvdellingrenlafurtm3permonth This prep cull ti la good tvpitraaa can be l for IJluo No 4S Farm 973 eerie splendid bluegrass laud Uoclu county Too story 9 room stone rnldtni tenant houses barn room foroTer heat stock sod allot er Dr1 outliuIUIogi all rrilr tobool pstotSce rallruad and lnugood ntlgbborbooil 400 acm culilratlon rest lo grass sod timber He TbU li au deal JUuDtry bouie M all cnnrenlcDrts plan calll etc Welt watered with li nervr filialprlogs etc fates reasonable No 8150 scars of laud via wile Souienwt In seven hello Forty um In eultlia Ua 40acrnlnpasturelulanreInumber IJwrll lag contains seen rooms and all Dec emarr outbuildings fenlOl aDd bulltllollln pieD did repair Welt watered l rlre S 1tU No IfiOacmof IsndlnKnrl county Ku lamllnrtomrallroadsent inUx from Arkanaai river Sercnty acrtaof land It rim bntiom II fintclau laud end In grass This land la for sale or exchange No Sl farm of 300 acre lo Lincoln county Three goal dwelling S rood bUD and other out building each house tam etc about the center of acres on county rod 4 mile from church school slid Lays well and wrll watered This U a good tobacco farm and suit two or liar e families that might want wouldI ruin theaamo nefgbborhood 1rlce of six rooms two bellaerrandatowrllatdoor and all umber nreasat ouibulidlngt Also large lilackiuillh ahopCOiSOandthedt lull length of shop and feel wide property will be soldat a ftry low price No DA farm of 122 sera four miles from Ktan ford on tail pike In Ibe count woll watered dwelling root pike ill naervou- tbuildings A splendid blue gran firm only Mmloulcsdrlre from county real Owner of hue firma adjoining this baa recently rtfuaed It per acre Wor r tbli at J37JO No o8KlftT acre near Pleaaant iVIntKy Frame liouw o rooms and torch Ham and other I1I4jlerKy Urlck dwelling 8 ruomi two tenant house- two bun well suit spring near ilwelltnic aim In high slats ol cultivation 150 one deer bottom lent good fencing fruit etc Price U70 au No itA nice farm at IllghUnJ Kwlllmrror eJ well watered etc Price lieu ofDunnvilletimber and reilln grass Alarge new hams dwell Inc also an old dwelling on place A new torn anj two old ones It Is well watered and the fencing Iv gad On public rood Price Jjooo No ijoxxj acres of cotton lanj In Allstlstlpp There Is no section oi country which offers so many opportunities for profiUMe Investment as the Missis slrpl which Is now fitly described as Pros rerity Valley The timber Is becoming more valu able all the time for tile reason that lumber people iron the North where the supply of timber Is last diminishing are constantly Increasing their pur 1IIIyield which cannot be Is perfect and the man whobuysDetlafaarm and timber lands at present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never ioracrestort land Is di vided Into tracts ranging from tract 17000 acres to the tract and prices from f8 per acre to fl6 per acre according to location etc We are authorized by the company who owns these lands to slate that as other parties are considering the tubIlecttopriorthey will hold any tract out of maiket long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About 13000 acres of this land has teen sold the pany since we received this opUonFor further par call at our office KyOueandonegood barn sod other outbulldlngi Slxtyacrsela cultivation 45 acres In timber frull trees eta Lays well on county road doe to churches school etc frice only countyKytodltte In every particular and good dwell Ing with Improvements and 20 acres of fine land close to Southern railroad 1rlce 59 W y acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap CHURCH MATTERS Tho Kentucky Conference of Chari ties and Correction will ask tho next Legislature to make desertion of family a felony Tho State Baptist Young Peoples Union which had been in session nt Elizabeth town adjourned to meet next year at Owensboro Judge Field of Louisville held that n communication in good faith from u member of a church to hto pastor was n privileged communication and could not bo made the basis of a suit forslan der Thanksgiving service of all the churches in town will bo held at the Baptist church Thursday at 1030 o clock Hov L M Omcr of tho Christian church will conduct tho service and it is hoped that a largo congrega tion will greet him Last Sunday Rev 0 M Iliicy closed a very successful three years pastorate with the Stanford Baptist church At night services were dismissed at all tho other churches and a very large au dienco composed of representative people of all denominations was present to har the farewell sermon of this pop ular minister Tho subject of the dis course was Brotherhood and Mr Hucy handled his theme in his usual earnest and vigorous style After tho invitation hymn Mr Hucy expressed his thanks to all tho people of Stanford for their many kindnesses to himself and family during his ministry here The audience then sang one stanza of Blest Bo The Tie That Binds after which Mr Huoy in a very tender prayer closed the service There is n shortage of wheat in Mex ico and high prices are prevailing The rebuilt L d N station in Louisville will bo opened to the public one week from yesterday No Four acre oflsnd and a nice one story all roo frme drlltatilbIeKlaaeyKy wits works la barn and all necessary outbuildings liar well fenced and In good repair HOUM alon cost tfM sod It tbiIHo MFarut IISacrKlnCavy county Tw story fratuit two good taros aod otnci outbulldlrpi In goal rvpau Splendid toWn land sad In good rummuuity A bargain at 3w0 loo 1armufllaaerrs III tiery new two nor t room frame dwelling aD1Did outla alrable hewn Irlcv II 5i miesburgDwellinggun ror lI amt stobeland 10 goal eif bur hood close to school and on good n i trlr f No U Sfn room dwelling good collar and acmlaud Aereffdlta well and aprlee Few ng paceIhallaNo M r Fariu or of IWacrvs or iltuaed nepar kmRa rlllr Kyi 60 rnIA ctiltltstlun 39 In timlvrmi In gram well watered two nmd terns and other ouiliullllngsipMnl repair 11IIII1I1lOollral now ad Qf litre Cherieschool sriol6co and 0 depot lfIIlrt lire plkuud county rued and It the mist dnlnble linn In that section will sell Ihc wbole fjna lor n ao or la parfli of Put than 30 acre ti aultpurchaaer This u n rtalnly cheap provrly llo1 Dwelllntof naimi will W urn land In Moreland Hood ban end nary uulbulld lng 2 wells in yards plrndlduirhard ami 2 srrc Initrswlxrrlrs lu mrll iiir 1Powtga- tlrulanaddrwCeatral No JJTo stocks olgooda toe slrkrulucky Real fUtaU Ea cS n eSTltlelle No 60 Ninety acres of land pear Wynenburg timber dwrllln and fibriug In louthmllso0pltrwltrtdhynctenfsllingpring No Ilous and fin fnf land In JIcKIn nay k Nrcevmry outbuildings Kmrlug good and well waletfj sell Ib plan on eas terms No 73L acres of gout land ilx rooms two II watered good tenting U theeuburiwulrtime city ol Htanfxnl clote to Uradtd howefatsNo S74 room frame rottige god on acre tland la Klngsvlllc Ky lags barn tiuok repelIricoNo 7oTen acre of land two story hoot rot tags airrn roouii lulls etc lI Is new a ganli u and splendid orchard ol IS urN fenclnt gad two stables bUlgy boule Iluoh house etc Arzo well nn pare there b slaw I good soul ue the plac s odcruihtrln mill It li run by nat ural mower which Is a great economy and the dam lowfigureNo 26 Frame hotel large room double reran storeroomirontlagnrcetblrforuw log 2 nlColcollllU nicely furnished paffrMlpol painted rooms cad veranda each A lar barn en same lot used ulivey table Good gander Vacant lot fret treat b 20 feet dllefthhpropertyulnlundonKy moneyioprletormouth On account of health ulhli wife oul uebDIforNo 71A nice four room cottage water In goodgarden landlocated32C acres In Allen county ICj road anti pike about acres cultivated about 125 In Umber anti grass amid about In grass Timber on piece Is cut to 18 Ihlnglethe tITleD over lar part Is fenced There urn tour dnolllngt of rooms each and ono story ot twastorlts with rooms above has wells and springs IIfater It In 2 miles ot couutv sent and grows tollacco corn wheat grass etc for 2UO Onehalt cash countyIybuilt 8 years ago llIam and water power upk1dllltlmeal bolt The engine In of 7 year runs acrrs with the mill Including what is with the house of 6 rooms All for WJl or f for tho tom and acres One Imf each has line trade No mill In 10 ullea No 7CCO acres of hand near Junction Cllycullu seeps trldt acres In cultivation rest In grass a brIIfIrlIWlIClooeroom frame dwelling good barn cribs etc all In good repair Trice f3250 No8480 acres ol unimproved land In Iron 00Ironproyert In Unroncounty HeadquartersFo- rMens Overcoats 81 to 81250 Mens Suits 84 SO to 815 floy 0 antih Childs Suits S to 84 Mens High Cut Shoes 2 to j4 liens Fine Shoes 12to 84 Ladies Flue Shoes 81 to S2fil and n most complete T Line of Childrens School Shoes Prices 1 to 2 Dry Goods Cloaks Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc t Felt Bouts for men niul boys llubbers for mOll women nnil clitldreii Py 4 business has increased that I had to get an experienced salesman anil you L will find tho wen knowti Mr W A Carton with me s SAMROBINSON fl Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY I winter Goods Lap Robes Storm Aprons Blizzard Fronts Meat Cutters Sausage Stuf fers Lard Cans Butcher Knives andIIHog Box Bottoms Carriage Heaters tlttt altri W H HICCINS STANFORD KY l Y DIAMONDLSllllllllllll EDGE TO Arc the favorite tools of goodwork men Their all around goodness less made them to and all who ever used them swear by them You cant use any other lint if you want to do the Left work BAiLIILjOOHS r o GeOROE 11 FARRis Stanford Kentucky dhd S H ALDRIDGE The Tinner Plumber Furnace and Pump Man can furnish you any size shape or price handmade Stove Pipe that you may want See hime S H ALDRIDGE r Phone HO Depot St Stanford Ky WINDOW GLASS AT WILL N CRAIGS f Druggist and Optician Regular Sizes Kept In Stock Odd Sizes Cut to OderIW B McRobertsISells KurfucH Heady Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed Then it none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead und Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer t- t i a toil