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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 1905NO75 lr FLtf Seven Grand Prizes to be Given Absolutely Free to Our Cusif t J Dayrl fWe have placed in our show window a huge pumpkin weighing 71 pounds the largest vegetable ofever grown in Boyle county and to the person guessing nearest the exact number of seeds in Elgin IL presents will be given u Second Prize Jents or Ladytf JOycm gold filled Wntcli value 80 Third Prize Handsome parlor clock value 88 j Fourth 1rizc Ladys Spt lUng value 810 Eightinch n CONDITIONS OF CONTESTEach customer will be given one guess for each dollars worth of goods bought for cash take asmany guesses as you like if buy worth of goods for each guess atthe number of seeds The guessing begun SaturdayNov 25 1905 and continue until Dec 25 when the pumpkin will be cut open and the seeds counted by a committee of five leadingbusmess and professional men of Danville Bear in mind that the contest lasts one month and that every cash purchase carries with it aguess for each dollar Every person holding a guess will have the privilege of seeing the seeds counted if they so desire Prizes are nowon display in our show Windows 4 The largest and best selection of Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Handpaintect China CutGlass c and for less money forsame quality in Central Kentucky HUGH MURRAY Danville Kentucky Leading Jeweler Successor to Murray McAdams HUSTONVILLE MUs Suile Fryo is visiting MUn Flor eneu 9prnguns Jami Yowoll sold to J C Johnston 1at1400pound cattle nt 4lc Sam J Roll and family have moved Into the property lately bought of Mrs McCarty iu Mt Snlem M K Allen of Boyle bought 17 200 pound catllu of John A Wright at n little premium over other sales thin week Farm ranging in slzo from CO to 2ill ncre of blue grass land for sale For partlculnr call on or nddrcM W It Williams box Si J G Weatherford Co have opened H urge stock of will imorted Christ ina Rood that mnat bo seen to bo properly appreciated W iL Llllard of Boyle bought o f Harrison Simpson 13 1200nouml cattle at 3CO and a bunch of 1100poufJl cat tlo of Bowen Cover At 3Jc Dr Carl Wheeler and wife returned this week to New York city for a three months stay by which time the doctor will have completed his specialty study Mrs Norris of Willow Shade is vis- Iting her parents Mr and Mrs John Beck D S Carpenter returned from Joyce anti Mt Olive with GT birds iw tho result of four days hunting Rufus Lipps hns rented the new Din wiJdio cottage which will be ready for occupancy Jan 1st S D Yowell and family have moved into their new homo recently bought of James Frye 11 Peavyhouse t Sons solda bunch or 1200 pound cattle last week to local buyers at 3Jc D C Allen tishipped to Cincinnati two car loads of hogs for which he paid Hand 41c respectively J W and wife will go to Liberty within a few weeks to make that place their future home Mr Hos kins will take n lucrative position in tho bank there lately vacated by Mr A P Young The realm of our citys trade is extending even beyond tho confines ofour adjoining counties Ono ourentclJlris ing merchants sold n fro range to a Lexington party and orJu to Wilmore besides several closer tj home An Acrio of Roy Eagles of tho World Is to bo instituted here in the near future r has some very attractive features amt is worth inves tigating by parties wanting safe and economical life insurance sick benefits etcCapt K H Young pf Louisville is tho guest of Dr 0 S Williams Thoy have had great sport fishing and hunt Ing along the banks of Green River in h tho State of Casey Mr Alfred Carnrnter and wife leave this week for Tampa Fin where Mr Carpenter h accepted n good position The Katie Williams Comely Co o 12 people all artiste in their linen o character have rondo a big hit with the patrons of our opera house Th management has succeeded in getkln them to finish the week hero No but ter troupe ever hold the boards at thi place A good low of gag was struck Irida in the well being drilled on Mrs Mc Cartys place nt n depth of 65 feet Drilling will continue to a depth of to 75 feet in the hope of obtaining n heavier pressure as tho sand in which oll1Ientacre near Mt Salem for four years to Sam Damcron of Unsay coun ty Possession to be glen Dec ICth Mr R will sell on Saturday Doc 9 his stock crop farming implements household and kitchen furniture to th highest bidder with tho assistance of JP Goode ns auctioneer See hills Inter Mr Relchenbach will move to Kallispell Montana where ho owns some very valuable lands Miss Ohio Weaver of Hronaton is the guest of Miss Mary Walden this week at Violet Slope her beautiful home in the Hlucgrass Judgo Win Myers and J C Coulter our stave kings spent several days in Louisville closing some large sales at advanced prices Mr Clay Peyton und wife and Mrs Dr Murphy of Powers were hero Saturday shopping A P Young of Liberty passed through cnroute to Monticello which place ho will make his futuro home C C Carpenter has returned from Zion City where he went to attend the funeral of tho father of Mr Allen Burris While there ho sold a promising colt of Prospect grand sire Dignity Dare for J250 Tho boom of business In our city continues unabated in every line and with largo stocks and uptodato merchants with sharp local competition in prices sufficient to attract tho closest buyers for miles around This season will go down in history as one of the most prosperous that has been experienced In our city in 25 years The excellent educational facilities of our city under that able and efficient principal Prof R S Eubank plays no small part in tho progress of Hustonvillo and its bus iness The number of pupils enrolled largely exceeds that of last year and tho list continues to Increase Several from a distance will take advantage of tho splendid homelike boarding house of Mr W D on the corner of College and Main Streets and enter school after tho holidays HUBBLE asEggs have roadwd the 25c mark I- nfour city tiThe infant of George White died last thRo f stu Bright i Fox at 170 Eph Woods bought some hogs in this community at tyo at ble sold sonte cattle to Wm Adams at a to 31 W L Dunagan has returned to Wayne where he will make his future home after n sojourn hero of about 12 months S E Owsley was down Hazel Patch last week mingling wit his ninny friends MRS N J Sloan is visiting relatives in Monticello J S Wells and daughter of Crab Orchard were gueats of Dr Hick la last week inohas returned to her home in Danville after n visit to Miss Lucy Spoonnmore S M Spoonamoro is suffering from an inflamed knee having accidentally cut it with a knife Senator Hubble has returned from Louisville having had his throat treated and being much im proved B W Givens is back from n bird hunt in Pulaski county He re ports n good time in the brush Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during till severe winter weather both my wife and my self contracted severe colds which speedily developed into tho worst kind of In grippe with all its miserable symptoms says Mr J S Kglcstou of Maplo Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching museles sore head stopped up eyes and noso running with alternate spoils of chills and- over Wo began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy aiding tho sumo with a dose of Chamberlains Stomach nail Liver Tablets and by Its liberal use soon completely knocked out the grijv It Is a good plug to take u dose of the Tablets when you have n coMI They promote n healthy action of time bowels liver and kidneys which is always beneficial when tho system is congested n cold or attack of the grip For sale by all druggists Mr Carnegie who has en away 139000000 and is unable to count what ho has left says poverty is a good thing Out of of ignorance the mouth speakethTimes When you want a pleasant laxative take ChambcrluinsStomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists Fifth Prize Silver Comb Brush and Mirror sets value 810 Sixth Prize Pair Solid Gold Cuff Huttdus value 810 Seventh Prize CutGlass Salad Bowl value Sl you Hoskins ICRAB ORCHARD Charles Singleton nnd family will re turn from Indiana soon and will occupy their cottage on Mt Vernon Street Do not forget to leave your orders for magazines and papers with Miss Hcttic Harris for Christmas presents It is reported that one of our pretti est girls and a clever young farmer of tho Maywood section will be married II this week Mcsdames Mollie Miller nnd Evan Carson who have been guests of Mrs Brooks and daughter will return to Oklahoma Monday Will Brooks spent Thanksgiving with the homefolks Wallace Cover came spenhd The remains of Mrs Anna Fish Black wore buried here yesterday Her husband Dr Black of Knoxville took her to Las Vegas N it recently hop Ing to prolong her life Mrs Rose Alexander of Owenton is a guest of her brother Mr K Stuart Mcsdames Ann MayfieldEthyl Stuart and Mr Kilburn Stuart spent Sunday with Miss Isabel Ross and Mrs Spears Fisher at Dripping Springs- J II Collier and doughier Miss Pearl Collier left Monday for MartinE yule lad for the benefit of the for fliers health The friends of Mrs J W Guest are pleased to see her out again after a severe spell of rheuma tisn A Certain Cure for Croup When u child shows symptoms of croup there is no time to experiment with new remedies no matter how highly they may 10 recommended There Is one preparation that can always bo depended upon It has been in uso for many yours and has never been known to fall viz Cham berlulns Cough Remedy Give It utldi a quick euro Is sale to follow Mr M F Compton of Market Texas says of It I have used Chamber lulus Cough Remedy In severe oases of croub with my children and can truthfully say it always gives relief For suit by till promptI As CtrainNo was pulling into the station at Burgin a man rushed up to tho ticket window and asked to be given a roundtrip ticket to Loxing ton Agent Isom gave him the ticket just as the train was leaving the de pot and the unknownmnn called back charge this to the company and ran and boarded the train A wire was to Conductor McGraw telling him locatedthe a CHURCH MATTERS Eld J G Livingston will preach nt Mt Olive next Sunday at 11 A Ji Rev Cornelius Moore of Jackson county whb had been a Baptist minis ter over GOyears died nt the age of 96 Ten thousand persons gathered in Tournament Hall Liverpool to hid farewell to Reuben A Torrey nnd Charles M Alexander tho American evangelists at tho close of their suc cessfull revival meetings in the United KingdomThe service at the Baptist church yesterday conducted by Rev L M Omer was largely attended and it is hoped will redound in much goo to the community Rev Omer is an in teresting talker and always delights his hearers Rev John Mason has just concluded a 10 days meeting at the new Mason Gap church with 22 additions eight by immersion and 14 by membership There will be preaching this everyfourtiis m also on Saturday before time regular preaching day Say said tho man who was inning to have a bare spot on top of his head can you tall me what is good fo baldnessYes replied the barber a cheer ful determination to make tne best ro what cant bo helped A Fearfnl Fate It is u fearful fate to have to endure tho terrible torture of Piles I cur truthfully say writes Harry Colson of Masnnville la that for Blind Bleeding Itching and j Protruding Piles Ilncklens Arnica Salvo Is tho host euro made II Also host for cuts burns and injuries 25e utGL Funny Stanford Lyne Bros of Crab Orch art An Eastern woman has sued n motorist for 5000 damages because he killed her child A Western girl has sued for 10000 as compensation for a stolen kiss And yet we hear it said that the necessities of life come higher- In the East Louisville Times p eIn Mad Chaso Millions rush in mad chase after health from ono extreme of fuddismto another when if they would only oat good food and keep theIr owols regu lar with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would nit pass affray Prompt relief and quick euro for liver and stomach trouble 25c guaranteed G L Penny Stanford Lynenros Crab Orchard IS NEIGHBORING COUNTIES E W Weathers fino of Elktons oldest nnd most prominent citizens is dead Capt Bcnj S Drake who fought with Morgan in tho Civil War died at a hospital in Lexington At Barbourville Joseph McCabe on Indian creek a few days ago was ex operated by a jury Selfdefense was proved Charles Glass of Barren county at work on tho Big Four railroad near Danville IIIwas assassinated there while asleep in his tent Myrtle Heath daughter of n well known citizen of Vanceburg Kycoin milled suicide with carbolic acid while despondent over illhealth Suit for 10000 damages lugs been filed at Winchester by E T Woodford against H B Scrivncr and Sheriff Woodson McCord alleging assault and buttery boyita drunken deputy sheriff stating that the latter had started out from Harlan to take him to the penitentiary to servo n 21 years sentence for murder binrmarry outfmet one day when each was looking the other up in Bradstreets The Key that Unlocks the Door to Long Living The 85 and 00 years oJ age mi not the rotound well fed but thin spare nun who live on a slender diet Be us careful as he will however a mUll past middle age wllloecasionully eat too much or of some article of food not suited to his constitution and will need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to cleanse and Invigorate his stomuchund regulate his liver and bowels When this Is dune there is no reason why the average man should not live to old ago For sale by all druggists OLD FIUDIURS CONTEST There will be an old fiddlers contest at McKinney on the night of Saturday Dec 9 1905 at the McKinney Bank Hall and prizes will be offered to the best old fiddler over 40 years old as follows First boot fiddler 10 second best fiddler 5and 360Judges Special15sAllmnnagelMcKlnrey j The Interior Journal E C WALTON TilE fist fight at the Naval Academy was a light of personal animosity and not a perfunctory compliance with an antiquated code of ethics among men i destined for the profession of arms and that is the ugly feature Mori wether said to the midshipman who sat next to him at table that Branch was one fthe few men in the world that he hated and that he had deter mined to make him fight if he had any fight in him The next nistht e MerTwother said it was all fixed Thefight was provoked for the pui pose of injuring a personal enemy During the fight Meriwether struck foul blow and ho offered to stop on that and let the award go to Brand but the other midshipman would not allow this because their code de mandcd that a fight to a finish should KO on till some one was killed or knocked senseless So the two youths who had already severely punished each other were compelled to continue their pounding until Branch got the blow from which he died Perhaps the punishment under the criminal law of every midshipman concerned in the fight would do something to break up the socalled code at Annapolis TUB official canvass of the 93 counties which reported the vote on the constitutional amendment at the recent election in Kentucky shows that 5557 persons voted for a return to the open ballot while 94449 were against it Twentysix counties made no report of the vote cast It was indeed a bad days work when the voters of Ken tucky failed to return to the viva voce system of voting but it is did now and that ends the matter for good r EXSENATOR DEBOE writ a letter to the president stating as how he would like to be Surveyor of the Loui vile port hisself His application got lost in the shuffle and was only rescued after another man had secured the job Detioe does miss that per diem per day he used to get from Uncle Sam THE more the merrier in the Senatorial race Numbers will simply serve to emphasize the strength of the democratic candidate and the weakness of the machine chirps Urey But if the socalled democratic candidate had thought he had a ghost of a show he would not have induced Haldeman to enter the race- KENTucKY raised a sufficient number of turkeys this year to give every inhabitant a generous slice and then send a hundred thousand fat ones to Boston And Kentuckians did not have to lake the leftovers either- WEDNESDAY was a red letter day for the Richmond Climax as its edition of that date was printed in red and show ed off to its best advantage beside being chuck full of good and interest ing news Two United States Senators both republicans are under criminal sen tences The only difference between them and many of their colleagues is that they have been caught TUB story of that Minneapolis boy who killed a blue jay and found a 250 diamond inits gizzard puts it up to the pearl oyster liar r THEBE are 52 Sundays this year which will be memorable in many other ways POLITICAL Hon M B Norflcet has withdrawn from the race fpr Governor of Tennessee and will support the candidacy of Judge Bond Former Congressman Hugh Dins more was fined at Flaycttevillo Ark for carrying concealed weapons and for his assault on Gov Jeff Davis Under a new order of things created j by Postmaster General Cortelyou First Assistant Postmaster General Hitch cock becomes the headsman of the departmentCapt C Clark Representative from McCracken county in the Legisla ture was struck by a street car while crossing the street and badly but it is not believed fatally injured Justice Amend of the New York Su preme Court issued formal orders directing the opening of the ballot boxes in several of the assembly dis tricts of New York City Mayor Mc Clellan directed his attorneys to offer no objection It is understood that Speaker Cant non und Mr Williams have reached an understanding regarding Democratic 1representation on the House committees democrats holding on old 1committees wil retain their places and elected democrats will bo care of counties from which no vote is on the constitutional amend 1Tho are Adair Bell Breathitt Clay Cumberland Ed monson Estill FayettekFloyd Galla tin Hardin Kenton Knott Lincoln Livingston Logan Ma I goflin Metcalfc Owsley Russell Simp son Wayne and Wolfe t NEWS NOTES i Policemen aria on a strike at Grodti Russia Fire at San Francisco destroyed property worth 100000 Charles Stone aged three was burned to death at Salt Lick The American National Bank of Boston has closed its doors The thermometer at Superior Wis registered 16 degrees below zero Two women were killed byaPhilade phiaand Reading train near Langhon Pa The Bauman Jewelry Company of Chicago wasrobbedoC 9000 worth of diamondsMax a leading jeweler oC Shelbyville died suddenly ofpcritoniti after brief illness Dr B FTrabue the oldest physician in Barren county dropped dead at his home in Glasgow Marshall Field Jr of Chicago who accidentally shot himself last week died of his injuries Burglars worked the combination of the safe in a bank at Vallonia Ind and got away with 1000 Various points in the Northwest are suffering from snowfalls the drifts In some places being very deep Richard A McCurdy is said to have resigned the presidency of the Mutual Life Insurance Society of New York Gov Pennypacker on behalf of his State has presented a handsome silver service to the cruiser Pennsylvania Property worth 30000 was swept from the mouth of Kentucky river into the Ohio river during last nights stormClark Winchester aged C4 years was killed by a Southern train in Parkland being struck while trying to cross the men were killed and several others injured by an explosion which wrecked a powder factory at Emporium Pa- Government Lock No 6 on upper Green river was completed and the first boat went through to Mammoth Cave KyIIt is believed that James J Hill is preparing to assume control of the Missouri Kansas and Texas railroad January Revised onI lists of the dead that 16 persons lost their lives in the collision of the Boston and Maine railroad near Lincoln Mass A report from Beattyville says that J Brandenberg shot his mother in lat Mrs Martha Palmer in the right breast fatally wounding her Samuel W Hoffheimer a nephew of Nelson Morris is in jail at Chicago charged with having swindled the fin of S W Straus Co mortgage bankers out of 256000 Thomas F Rice of Grayson while moving his household goods to Arkansas was found dead in a box car containing his live stock at Russell He had been shot through the heart Judge McMahon of New York ser tenced three men and a woman to terms in prison aggregating 32 year for trafficking in girls In passin sentence he denounced the crime as worse than murder Henry Morton formerly a mailing lerk in the Owensboro postoffice pleaded guilty to charges of removing money from letters and was fined and sentenced to jail for 12 months He paid the fine and at once began erving the jail sentence Gen Stephen D Lee called on Gov eckham to ask him to recommed an appropriation for a Kentucky monument Vicksburg which the Governor sal he would do if after investigation the States funds warranted such action Rally day exercises will be held by the Sunday school children of the Christian church Sunday night instead of there uar services A full attendance is requested SSAn Emergency Medicine For sprains bruises burns scaMs and similar injuries there Is nothing so good as Chamberlains Pain Balm It soothes tho wound and not onlj givcs instant relief from pain but fuses tho parts to heal in about one third the time required by the usual treatment As It Is an antiseptic all anger from blood poisoning U voided Sojd by all druggists +Doctor to Pats wife after examining Pat who had been run down by an auto Madam I fear your husband is feebly No I aint dead yet Pats Wife Hush Pat the gentleman knows better than youLlp incotts Magazine i Furious Fighting For seven years writes Geo If tollman of Harper Wash I had a bitter battle with chronic stomach and liver trouble but at last I won and cured my diseases by tho use of llccUic Bitters I unhesitatingly commend them to all and dont intend in tho future to bo without them in the house They are certainly wonderful medicine to have cure sueh a bad case as mine Sold un Iler guarantee to do tho same for you by G L Penny Stanford Lyno Bros of Crab Orchard at oOc a bottle Try them today u Must Be Quick Talus In the stomach and attacks of the colic come on sp suddenly and are so extremely painful that Immediate relief must bo obtained Tlioro Is no necessity of sepding for a doctor In such cases if a Iottloor Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlnrrhoo Jlomcdy is at hand Xo doctor can prescribe a better medicine For sale by all druggists For Sale Privately My bouia and 10 acr of land situated just outlde of town limit on the Somerset plko House hut room kitchen oDd ser rant room good collar liable and all accessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for J l BAILEY PUBLIC SALE Wt will sell nt public mietlon nt our plum two mile North of Orcluinl on the Cn b Orchard and Ijiiicnitor pike on P11I1UY DKOKMIIKU IHT The uplemlld fiirnt known in the Whites Mill place ig of 17r of good In ml All In u tfood stale of cultivation HUN OIL It tlitvo halessad yplemtld Orl t 11111nlU and vILNSIIrii1CntbOrel- mnlMcKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Manufacturers of Jnnllhu ey I Flannel Ulnnkvti Oil Yarn head us your wool W take wool In pxchnnKU for work allowing th market prior Hntlifiicllnn Call or rt price nnd Informntlou Agents wanted C T 1 Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HornessSaddlery 1c STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 107 Home Phone 35 BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage li solicited Horses on commission tack Pena In Connection is l BeuzIey CO Undertakers und Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur Theyiall Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY POSTED S We whoie names appear below stricti forbid bunting billing or any kind of trai- psssing un our place and will proaecut violator to the full extent of the low Mrs Kate Ador Itelchenbcch Brut Fred VooOrunnlgan Albert VonOruenlKS Fred vonAllman Fred llaumann Alfred Simpson Ooorgo Holmes Miss Mattlo II llewea E Kelchcnbach Charles Cum min Jos ttallnu A 0 Dunn 9 al Holmes WRAmon WRDaugherty M J Hoffman n Klmore Peter W Tarter J NoTlo Carter J E Mince W V BhonnUer Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Kerrlll OamenlscbdCharles Enitlln Frank Cordler Mrs M nayden Welch Ieter Balmei John Meier Samuel Llndsey Jacob Gander Mrs Alice Lytle David Stephens Mary HolTroaun L P Nunnelley J W Baughman GnrlUena Orayson J 0 Carpenter STYLEPNDFITNo J failures and you are OVERCOATS SUITS Are made of the Best Material obtainable and their Style andIFitting Qualites are Simply Perfect We do not claim the cheaptIest stuff in town but we do claim the Best Fitting Suits and coats Put one on and see if our statement is not correctt t1 i H J MROBERTS STANFORD v 1 PARK HAIR BALSAM ClMM tad tallio hilt I ITuraom a WT r PtIU to HMtonOnyl lUlr to U Youthful rtcIInrh ioo1Im UMBRELLAS Recovered repsend made almoat u good at new for a amount I caD Hi your umbrella better than the tramp repairer sod for less money Give me a trial KHAXK ATKINS Stanford H F HillENMEYER ft SONS Blue Crass Nurseries LexltiRton KY Offer for the Knit of INtta full stock of frill ami ornamental trws vlues IrllII1S anal fruit rhubarb shrubs He employ no agents hut sell direct to thl planter Uatalogntion application 0a171 Traylor DIALCH IH Whlskn Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc KYoioieuPrompt04rlk Mall pbon ci lonptatttntloB HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I ilc liury ell prlrntHv my itile propor ly nml tll lug can Iw UM U us hotel or prlvnttroddrna well fr two Idal11UJIsill IIatltl111UIlasIrpalr ilart ty vnter nt Istrn and hohl If not old by Jan Ut will rent It for ono yenr IloiiM nml lava iiiWly covered llolol U In n led Kvhrxil illntrlct For further 1rlll1- Mars cullonoriiililriKii II K Ilintoiivllle Ky EXTENSION I IIn order to mnko room for coinhij goods we will enlarge our store lit once but we want to move Como of our goods quick mid will givo tome good bargains Latest style in rugs carpets mud furniture Call and Ice us Liver Millinery nail undcrtnk ingPruitt BrothersMorulnnd Ky L Do You Want al Home If 10 wo run furiiUh you one nny kind wunt 0 hllo for Mulo II IInIIt variety of fiirnndwolllilK houses biulncn hoium und business projositlom If You Want a Farm writ us what klnd pf II place you urn look for what adze what 11II11lItw- hlrtllollIltd how Krtlnentlnformmtloe Invest ml iiny other Wo have faniis of III size character an Interest Ifwro nru Irllllll to you A Iwsbtl earl willyouuruontliojuarket lists OKNTHAb KY UKAL KBTATK CO H KVOOJ President Lob neon Ky t t fr Holiday Presents 4 1 Wo have exhibited nice holiday Dilpln1 before hut none that com pare with the one wo now link you toeinspect Wntchc File Jewelry Sil 11 vet Novelties mil Silver 1ubte Wit IC 1 Flue lInllllPuiutCtI China Cut Glas Etc Etc Iligh Quality Goods attJAW PrilCC Coulo mud lxe colIinced weH Mueller Watchmaker and jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY r e Good Weather to Paint Dont put off painting till next spring Do it lIM1- Weather conditions are good no long spring rains to soak into the lumber and jeopardize good results no gnats and lies to stick to the fresh paint the paint put on now gives protection against winter storms SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT MADC TO PAINT BUILDINGS WITH is the safest paint to use I It gives the best protect on at the smallest cost J If youre going to paint tms tall let us talk to you about SW P SOLD 6J Pnnys Drug Store Stanford Kentucky I f i 1 NEW FURS duet in All grade nlricefij nil styles Our stock of Clunkn Suits Duel SkiftCU very coiniiletc lCtI BTANFOUD KY Dro 1105 r TRY true Vanilla for flavorini for Thanksgiving in bulk Penny Drug StoreI I MR A D ROOT returned from noose vest Okla Tuesday MissNBTTiE COVER went up to Corbin Tuesday to visit relatives MR AND MRS JOHN DOWNER arc Binding a few days in Cincinnati Miss VIRGINIA WARREN of Middles boN ia with Miss Virginia Pickett JOHN OW8LKY REID of Danville is with tho homefolks for Thanksgiving i MR G I PENNY is serving in tho capacity of a Federal juror nt londont UK Aurniii MAY of Seymour In- dtis the guest of Dr J K VanArsdale MRS E P WOODS is with herdauKh Mrs S M Allen at Mllleraburg Miss LINA KENNEDY of Somerset was on Wednesdays train bound for london Miss CLARA COOPER returned ycster dRy from a protracted visit to Nash vllle relatives MISSES SARA DUNN and Mary Hurt spent Thanksgiving with Miss Amanda Stone at Liberty MASTER OFTRAINU WILLIAM WRIGHT of Livingston was with his friend Judge J A Chappell LITTLE Mines Marguerite and Elizabeth Fox of Danville spent Thanks giving with relatives here REV B C HORTON of Mlllcreburg writes us that a brand new girl arrived t nt hid homo last Sunday morning MRS ANNIE ENCLEMAN spent Thanksgiving with her daughter Miss Nannie Woods Englcman at MillersburK loin ANDREW ADAMS of Winchester representing the Hiigan Gas Engine Co was here this week on business MR JESSE C LYNN of Frankfort camu homo Wednesday night In order to spend Thanksgiving with his family MR AND MRS J II PRKWITT ol Morcland have been visiting Mr and Mrs C L Prewitt and family at MId dlcburg News h MISSES MARY MCUOBERTH and Mary Higgins are over from Sayro Institute Lexington spending Thanksgiving with their homefolks Miss MARIE MAHONV accompanied her father to Bradfonlsville yesterday and while there will he the guest of Miss Ethel Batcman W MR AND MRS J ROY B ROSE have returned from a visit to Louisville They will move to the Falls City to re side the float of the year r Mil BRECKINRIDGE JONES Misses Frances and Mary D and Dan Jones of St Louts arrived yesterday to spend n few days with relatives here l SEND you to renew mysubscrip Lion to tho cheapest and hest writes 5 clover D O Lewis from HoodhouslI who formerly liVed burg MRS V It HECK entertained Misses Norn Francis and Ida Morrimco Iettus at ft six oclock dinner a few evenings since and It wan much enjoyed by those present Mn CLARENCE COLEMAN of Louis ville was here Wednesday Ho came r up from MIddlcburg where is visiting Ills brotherinlaw W B Adams ac companied him MRs SAMUEL W MENEFEEWIH leave Wednesday for Alton III to spend Thanksgiving with her husband Miss Sallie Cook will spend Thanksgiving in Hustonvlllo with friends Advocate t THE many friends of Mrs Dolph Rico that she is critiwill bo sorry to learn cally ill of appendicitis at tho homo of Mrs Mary Rico in tho country Mrs Rice has been visiting here for several days and was taken III Monday Ad vocate Sits Taos REST of Lincoln has been visiting her sister Mrs George Farris Randolph Harris and little daughter Katharine of Lincoln were visitors of Mr E W Harris and family Sunday Mrs G D Wearen and Goo II Farris and wife of Stanford will spend Thursday with Mr and Mrs nnootn MaoMiss 1Jesse IS iftmvM Lear is in Stanford the guest of Bessie YantIs and will visit Miss Sadie Baughmun of Hustonville before returning homo Profs J W Ireland of Stanford and W C Grinstead of Danville with they teachers will visit Lancaster and address the High School on Friday December 8 Lancaster i Record J MR C P DKOWN of Hualonvill attended court here Monday K L Tanner of McKinney and S J Dell of ML Salem were herololondnyCa ICY News LOCALS SILVER novelties at Muellers COUNTRY hams sour kraut and Buck wheat flour at T D Ncwlands GUNS shells cleaning rods etc W N Craig pharmacist NEW stock of Chaso Sanbornscol fee Heat made W II Higgins HKINO your prescriptions to Dr W LAP robes horse blankets blizzard storm fronts for buggies etc J G McClory WANTED A No1 farm hand WII1 pay 1750 per month and hoard him John Y Jones Danville I AM now ready to yall turnpike claims Please bring them In at once M S Raughman S L C FOR RENT Cottage near depot just vacated by Capt Richards Posses lion at once P P Nunnelley ALL kinds fruits candies cake figs dates prunes fresh nuts Fresh Ix wncys on hand Mrs WS Jones GREEN UAUGIIMAN colored can near getting run over by the engine of Passenger No 23 Wednesday which pusses here at 1230 dally EXCHANGE OH SALE 130acre goOO Improved farm in Mercer county for 1 farm near Huston ville W T Ewing real estate agency Harrodslmrg Ky MESSRS FAIRIO HAKDIN of thoSt Anaph Hotel over did themselves yes tcrday In sotting their Thanksgivin dinner M It was a sumptuous one and fit for the gods FOR SALE House and 1J acres land cne mile south of McKinney on MIddlcburg pike property of Mrs JM cy Lewis For terms apply to J F Cash Turnersville BURNED The little threcycarol daughter of Mr Marion Johnson of the Gilberts Creek section fell into the fire yesterday afternoon and was several burned about the body but it is not thought fatally H TNt banks were closet yesterday ns tight as Dicks hatband and tho postollico observed Sunday hours In order to give thanks and cut turkey but wo of the office force only get to res on Sunday and sometimes not then ANn STILL THEY COMB Mr John Magco writes from Lancaster that ho raised a cushaw that weighed 50 pound and that his wholo crop would avcragi 37 pounds and asks his Lincoln count friends to deaden over the lino if they want to raise large cushaws Tin Graded School cxhlblton on Fri lay evening w sn decided success Each pupil acquitted himself with lion or It was a high order ofschool enter tainmcnt und not withstanding the night session of circuit court a uplcndic crowd witnessed the exhibition tho order was good and tho numbers interest Ing The musical numbers were wol rendered and the literary productioni showed thought and splendid prepara ion Tlio management deserves credi for the splendid way in which every thing was curried out Tho childrer deserve especial credit for thier lauda ble elTort and the adaptability with which they rendered their several posts It was decided to build the Panamr Canal PENNiNGTONMr John W Penning ton died Monday night of n complica tion of troubles and was interred in But falo Springs cemetery Wednesday in tho presence of a large crowd after fu neral services by Rev P J Ross Mr Pcnnlngton was about 48 years of age and was a son of Mrs J IJ Owsley and was connected with the oldest and most substantial families of this coun sty his grandfather Ephraim Penning tonhaving been for years too leading magistrate at tho time when that office was filled by tho best citizens He was a farmer by occupation and had beer n member of tho Methodist church about 15 years lie leaves two children E D and Miss Mary Pennington His wife has been dead a number of years Tr RemnantL r Sale t J We nrc preparing fur the greatest Itciminnt Sale we have over hail We will oiler remnants of wool goNxh iiRl de cloaks snits skirts fur underwear Ac tl OLD AUNT MARY HAYS who used tu live here died in Lexington the other day DONT forget the sale of E AI Reichenbach near Mt Salem on Dec 9th LOST on streets of Stanford 5 bill Finder please leave at this office anllI receive reward HAKIIIETT CAKSOV a respectable old colored woman died in Lexington Tucs day and was buried here yesterday TilE ladies of the Christian church realized 55 from their exchange nnd bazaar given in J L Bcazley Coi store Wednesday YESTERDAY in Stanford would remind one of the exmagic city of the mountains when its boom subsided it being so fearfully dull People were lIS scarce on the street as hens teeth READ tho advertisement of Hug h Murray Danville carefully and let him show you his excellent Christmas stocl and you will be sure to purchase some thing from him as ho has one of the largest assortments to be found in Central Kentucky HAS MADE A I1E HAn1E IMPRES SION Musicians among the first to ascribe to Veils Band unusual honors concert band ever since the opening of Its present tour on Oct 5th in St Louis Although the present is the first extended tour of the organization extraordinary honors have been thrua upon the modest bandmaster William Weil and his rank and file not alone by wildly enthusiastic and demonstra five audiences but by spontaneous assurances by managers musicians and prominent people in many vocations and furthermore by a surpassing clamor on tho part of managers foran im mediate return The famous organization is to como to Danville Thursday afternoon Dec 7 when a program of unusual worth will put the band at It very best Drive over and hear it Seats reserved on application to the manage of the opera house BLACK Sunday afternoon at 3 o clock at Las Vegas N M Mrs Ann Fish Black wife of Dr J M Black breathed her last from u complication of diseases Mrs Black was united marriage some 17 years ago to tho inI of her choice and that union had been It most happy and lovely one Mrs Black was tho daughter of Mrs M E Fish of this place but formerly of Crab Or hard and she is now bowed down with grief over the loss of a loving and dutiful daughter This had made the fourth winter that she had gone West for her health and it was thought that the trip to New Mexico would be of great ben efit to her but it proved just the reverse and the end came after being at Las Vegas only three weeks as the long trip had worked n hardship on the weakened constiution of this good und noble woman whose lofty traits ol character and high utmsVcrc everdom inant When quito a young girl she united with the Presbyterian church but later placed her membership in the Methodist church and from the hour that she gave to Him the keeping her soul she has proven agodly woman doing what she could to bring erring ones into tho fold and it can be truthfully said of her that her efforts were not all in vain Since her marriage to Dr Black with the exception of a few years they have made their home in Knoxville where the doctor has a very lucrative surgery practice For the brokenhearted husband who was with her at the time of her death and who has ever cared for and watched over her in tho long illness just ended unbounded sympathy la felt and may the voted mother sisters and brothers be ible to realize that their loss is the departed ones eternal gain A loving wife daughter and sister has gone May lie who dooth all things for the best comfort tho sorrowing and heartbroken ones in their Bad bereavement The funeral services were conducted by t Ids Joseph Ballou J G Livingston and Rev P J Ross at the grave yesterday at 1030 AM after which the remains were laid to rest in Crab Orchard cemetery in the presence of a large crowd assembled there to pay the last tribute of respect to tho one who was loved by all who knew her May the sod rest gently over her J M A HEINZ preserves apple butter bakI led beans etc W H Higgins YESTERDAY wasi farthe eoldestI day of the month and overcoats were delightful to have the thermometer registering 30 degrees DONT fail to attend tho sale today of D D and W H Smith two miles north of Crab Orchard on the Lancaster pike They will sell their farm of 172 ALL persons holding claims against the estate of Alfred Simpson deceased are requested to leave them with J B Paxton verified as required by law Milton Simpson exor 2t I WILL have a display of fancy work at my home on Lancaster street the first week in December The are invited to call and see It ladiesI Leslie Carter Stanford tiVARNINCOn account of the great reputation and wellknown merits of our lines of Honest Mike and Levi Rest boots ard shoes crude Imitations arc springing up throughout tho county represented as the same or just good The public is warned that H J McRoberts Is our sole and exclusive agent at Stanford and that we will not be responsible for material workman ship or brands on souvenir goods notI passing through his hands Len Edelin with the James T Wood Co Ware Mas- sIARRISNewswasreceived here yesterday of the death at Cairo Illof Mrsf Susan Harris of paralysis she having died at that place Wednesday at the home of her daughter Mrs Geo B Wearen Mrs Harris came to Star ford a number of years ago from Gar ran and before her marriage to Mr Harris she was Miss Susan Ray oCthe Buckeye section of that county Mrs Harris was a splendid woman and her many friends here learn with regret of her death Her remains will pass thro Stanford today en route to Lancaster for interment MATRIMONIAL The engagement is announced of Miss Elizabeth Sherley of Louisville and Thomas Shevlin captain of the Yale football team Mr Jacob Meier and Miss Laura Hoi somback both of Somerset will be married tomorrow Mr Meier is a brother to Mr John Meier of this city and is n prosperous business man while Miss Holsomback Is one of Somerset popular young ladies Danville News Prof Garland Singleton married th following couples at his residence Wednesday Mr Eugene E Hutchison and Miss Minnie Spires of the Highland section Mr Luke Jackson and Miss Malinda J Clarkson of the McKinney section Mr Thomas Hargis and Mis Carrie Sprinkles of the Goshen sec tion Mr and Mrs B B King of Moro land announce tho engagement ol their daughter Ida Elizabeth to Rev Wyatt Gulnne Montgomery The wed ding will take place at the home of the bride on the morning of Dec 5th The bride is a daughter of Hon B B King and is an attractive and most lovable young lady while tho groom is n rising young minister and a splendid gentler manJustice of tho Peaceelect D J Smith of the East End and Mrs Eliza beth Smith of tho Goshen section were united in marriage Wednesday after noon at tho residence of Mr and Mrs W I Herrin by Eld J G Livingston Mr Smith is one of the East Ends and is a splendid gentle it has always held the groom In the highest of esteem May their lives always bo na happy as if each day their wedding day II orture of a Preacher The story of the torture of Rev O D Moorejmstorof the Baptist church of Ilurpersville N Y will interest you Ho says I suffered agonies bo cause of a persistent cough resulting from tho grip I hurt to sleep sitting up In bed I tried ninny remedies without relief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and colds which entirely cured my cough and saved mo from consumption A grand cure for dis eased conditions of Throat and Lungs At G L Penny Stanford LynoBroa Crab Orchard price oOc and tlOO guaranteed Trial bottlo free hI Goods See tJle Mercerized Popjin Xew Plaid for wuiets5Oe New Plaid Ginghams 12e New White Wnistings 15 to 2c New Neckwear 2c to 82 r V g SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 IPERSON lorIvice December havingI acresI thllthlllI iNew NOTICE I In the last issue of the INTEfclpR JOURNAL under the caption of WARNING signed by Len G Ede lin it seems that he would have itap pear that Honest Mike Boots sold by others than HIS representative in this town are imitations We sell Genuine Honest Mike Boots have all sizes and guarantee themWe shall continue to sell them as long as our customers want them Fresh stock bought this year no souvenirs 350 Per Pair CUMMINS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky A Few Items of Interest to FueyIS Cos Store triptatu o 75c Knit shirts at 59c 125 Satteen skirts at 98c Our entire stock of Japanese Ware at greatly reduced prices also entire stock of Shoes AT or BELOW COST A new line of Neckwear ranging in prices from 25c to Also a new lot of Chinaware in our lOc depariment which is extra good value r Besides the above named articles we have a complete line of Dry Goods Notions and Ladies Furnishings at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES We respectfully solicitx your patronage r aL M HUE Y CO Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky h tJ The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOfux at Stanford a UCO7UIclasg mailer rtJmlHIIICU TUKHUAYH AND FKIUvVl AT 100 PER YEAR CASH tar When not so paid 200 will be cha- rgedINSURANCE Flrx Lightning lndRtorm Llfx and Aectdent 1lt thu HTIll1 OST and BFFr 00111 nl8 tnhl LowT3 t los dble ltnts lUlrlll1tld Loss lalnlhlteco- rdUntIIlIlhtl Trllkwlth MAHONY Stanford Kentucky ttejlilcnco Phone Nos NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOSBCLASESONrrcri JUNCTION CITY KY TlntOlsi Turnouts at Reasonable lUtoa Special Attunttun to TraTellug Men and tiny For Sain Jesse W Sweeney rRorniETon Livery Feed anti Solo Static Lanoaster Ky Homslwelled and cared for Up to date rleiat reasonable rates asJs H 100NE I COSIS Proprietors LIVERY fIND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Llvary Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ulan Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford JB PuttJ B OwaliT H Shanks I W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter B Foster L G Ooocb WII Uammlni W M Bright R L Rubble- R H Shanks Sale Of Personalty I will noil nt my fnrni known as the Ohn Ormiitiiilncv about ilmlltH from Htunfortl on Dnnvllloplki on 1 Y DKO 5TH The following isU round cattle imlr need mutts 3ycnroM In nude family hor801I roo nnllrl1Atnkl- of hay Ktmw horse power mowers hay niku 3lmrso wugon m rlnu wagon grain nlrlll corn planer Imrrowa lsnnlee and a ntontar 0 to furmura Tonne innilc on dns of ant- e1II1IeLIHTFIt148 J Chandler Aucr A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Ollicc over McRoberta Drug Store hi the nltililingI Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy rrsulymmle clothing wiipnthciv lM llltk illlToriiico In tho of high yournnn omoenttukeatbynuulxiwirlrneId tailor Imvoii liiimlsomi llnoot Winter goals I ran mnko from it low prlcu the llnost ilnM suit Alan overcalls trousers and fancy vfita Tbo company I represent Is out of the best H C ROPLEY UIH Tailor r The admire men who an strong In pbralcat mental and nerve force men or ambition energy To atWothl Usml the8rtrue uWtsPIegooca Innbood bralthy Nrna wnlcu Ktr capacity lot piiTUcal aad mwul dTiopmentanu m vertn Mu PrtrUn IKalMln and oU r thIduet-o over orkHnoklnirdni bablta and otbrr cmaio llake rich brltb blood and lre0ncrre perrai MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s BAUD AT rXNJTY8 DBUQ BTOBK The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Ky Wm SHUOABS Proprietor Elctrle Light In every room Refurnished and under entire New Manaeeratnt i t CAPITAL STOCK fcSOOOO Olrectors J urUcllslIMefnl Owslcy liuiltuMiultto wSuccessors to Tho Farmers Dank tI Trust and under same management continuously for 36 years We YOUR BANK Roping such business relations will prove beneficial I1Y Are and oj Doors Sash and Lime Ce and Acme Red Shin gles fI Stanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1838 then reorganized as he National flank ol Stanford In 1665 and again rebrganli d ae tbo First National Balk of Stanford la 1862 having bad practlcdlly an unlnter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing business and well than ever before in Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited B RCSTORATWi CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY NmCaropoeipIdwithageeiante 1Lancaster lINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Oompany SOLICIT ACCOUNT mutually promptly 8 H J B w W O l J S HOOKER Presk ST UAHHIS V Pres J J Chi W U Ohn f Kflld Ilinrllit 1 T Harris Hunt rd J S Hookor Stanford K L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford S Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jss Robinson Hubble J Baughman Stanford J DL Pettu Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford B I Officers SUANKSPreildeni PaxtonVice nUIOUTOashtt GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE Extensive Dealers Manufacturers Windows Blinds Rough Dressed Lumber mentPortland Washington Cedar WRITE THEM FOR PRICES First National Bank MCUOIIERTS WEABENAsst UuKlsnaj Baughman Honest Mike Boots and High Top Shoes I W rkinCrab McRoberts WALKKKAiit Officers Director Orchard I W DRUGGIS7 STANFORD Sells Kurfccs Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better v New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer FARMERS DEPARTMENT I have two or three good fat hogs for sale Jos Ballou Few pure red Berkshire boars for sale S T Harris Stanford Secondhand twohorse power fofr sale cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford YEAIILINQ Polled Angus bulls for Sale J W Baupthman Stanford Dr Hugh Reid bought a brood mare at the Simpson sale Tnesday for 150 James Dunbar sold Van Dunbar 18 cotton mule914J hands high for 1751 Adair News Col W Huff Dudderar bought of Lorenzo Hubble a jack three years old next May 16 hands high for 050 For sale at n bargain CO acres of land with small hoilso in suburbs of Hua tonville Ky Mrs F B Barhett 1 Mr John W Eads of Wayne county his rented of Mrs L M Goodknight her farm on the Danville pike for next year Chas S Brent Bro of Paris have shipped from their several slaughter pens up to this time 10000 turkeys which cost them 13c per pound Coffey Bros t Young bought four mules on Cumberland river ranging in price from 150 to 160 They also bought a span from Smith Nell 250 and a pair from Bennett Hudson for 300AdalrNews- At Alfred Simpsons sale shoats sold at 330 fat hogs at 503 corn nt183 per barrel brood mars from 100 to 160 heifers 15 nine yearling cattle weighing 795 at 2380 sugar coin 55c per shock fodder 5c Farming implc menrs and machinery brought unusually good prices In honor of Thanksgiving day Gov Cox of Tennessee has extended clem ency to 10 convics in the penitentiary at frm 37 crti Smile from hlanI ford HouMOl fourgood rooms buck porch vrrtoila UuoJ ben end otber bulldlogt In goof repair Cut lnslx Gelds well rated acres In culllTillOD one ere In fruit tWO ret In grass lloufhi at coinmlMloi eruteat btrgiln and tat be IOldt bargain Close to school and church 1rIco833 wracre Lic l tJjulnlnc ol for f eU Tblabargla- No 3O crMolco3l aJtlifll land loa ullo ferry counn on trap Vine CIr a JrllmUrrof the North Fork Kfnmckr rive- rFoureelrotcoalvryingin tblckDfM Iron 3j- Iel to sic let lllfcr to the mouth trk A rallioad iurTfje1 within thru of said prcpfrty he timber cnuiUli of oak etc TILepahcl Will Mil or excbiogt ot easy wnin No 69t nice two story eight room frame dvelllog In SUktord llu two hillt with concrete ttujr good Katdrn well Inkitchen negro tibia on plea which rent fur II per month Tbdelllni renlt for 113 Ir monlb Thl prop- ertyr Is la good repair and cm be bought for tIW No 43 farm acm iilendld bluegnu land In Lincoln county Two story room stone rftlileno 3 tenant bona bun room for over 2a head of stock and Iliotber ntnu outhulldlogi all In Kowl reilr Cjo to Kilofflre railroad audio neighborhood acm In culllrattou ml la gnu and Umber sic This Inn- deal country home as ill omfenlenceaonvUce caleaetc Well watered with U otter fInlpringeetc Irlco awnsble o cfrs of laud one voile Stow Somerset KycutlnacTen SeW Forty sores In cultlra lion sties pasturebalancein timber l well loat conlatnl srvuunsuty Line and all Dec ciwarr outbulldinp Fentveantbulldinglnspleb did roan Well watered Price Ko acr cf land In Ford county Ku six mlllrom railroad and HI11IIIn Arlensss river HYtnlcnoflanli No 63 Twoitorr frame dwelling of six rooms twobaliaersnda kcwell al duor and all other nerenarjr outbuildings Also large blektlllllhI sho1rG0a3Oandehetie full length of r will b sold at a very low price No 9A faun ol crt four miles from KUn ford on beat rib In the county well watered dwelling front pike all necmurv outbuildings A apleudl blue grass firm std only minutes ddvefrom county veal llwovr of hne prucdolning this has recently refused tI er WeolT thlaatt3780 No ft8Klfty curs near ilraaant Point Fume noose 5 room and porch Barn and other high state of culllrttlon serf river bottom- land tool fencing fruit nc Price 117M an No eA nice farm at Illchland well ocI eJ well watered elc Price Too log alto an oU dwelling on place A new tarn sal two old ones Ills well watered and the fencing It good On public roil Price No TI 50000 crts of slrri now perity Valley The timber Is becoming more valu able all the time for the reason that lumber rrnpl the temperate lone n gives a yield whlchoinnot excelled taxes are low tire title Is perfect ant tire man buy Delli aria and timber lands at present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret This land Is di vided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to 17000 acres to the trart and prices from Sa per acre to Si6 per acre according location etc We are autliorlied by the company who owns these lands to state that as other parties are considering the of these lands that we offer these tracts sub Erchase sale withdrawal from market or change wlthont notice However when notified they will hold any tract out of market tong enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About t ooo acres ofthls land hIS been sold the pany since we received this option For further pan call at out office No 35A farm of 103 acre In Casy courtly Ky One and onehalf Story dwelling with sit roomi l barn and other outbuilding Slxtyacres In cultiiailon 4t acre In Umber trees tieLays well on ro d dOle to churches cboolete trlceonly f000 todato In every and log with improvements and 20 acres of One land close to Southern railroad Frlce ID 000 No 904 urn of land near Crab Orchard cheap n J r OLDFOLKS TESTIFY All Old People In Stanford And Their Children Take Notice A time comes to every one when the life forces begin to fall We begin to tool that wo are going down hill and perhaps that the end of active service if not of life is near These extracts from some letters re cently received from old people should be interesting reading Mr A J linker of Evansville Ind says I believe there is no other medicine equal to Vinol for old people I would not take 1000 for the good it has done mo Mrs Sarah J Windrom cousin of the late United States president Znch ary Taylor says Vinol is a Godsend to old people I am 7G years old but owing to the strengthcreating qualities of Vinol I feelyoung active and wen todayMr Joseph Bankson of Decatur lit 78 years of age says Vinol has made me strong active and well Mr Penny of Pennys Drug Store 83sVinolOWlS its virtue to the fact that it contains in a highly concen trated form nil the active curative strengthening and bodybuilding properties of cqd liver oil It makes rich red blood healthy body material antI sound steady nerves In this way it repairs worn tissues checks the natural decline of the aged and replaces weak ness with strength Every aged er son in Stanford should try Vinol on our if it pennYslDrug Midshipman Meriwcther testified in his own behalf before the court martinl at Annapolis He declared that ho and Midshipman Branch after their fight parted as friends Central Kentucky NashvilleNo Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky 1111or w1II lImjIofIDunnvtilesooacreslbcuttivallonaboutt hcooI manyjsurptyofllmterIfastI alrlcullujral countyKy No L Fonracmof land and a nice on sled six room frame dw lllnj In McKlnney Ky watt works In kitchen and family room loud ten and all nereuary outbuilding Place well fence and In good refalr lions alone coat sod It whole nllrely property nw and weomy uk Bin for lb 10 MrOl ol tit carte In Casey county Tostrry frame dwelling two rood otbe outbuildings In Splendid tobaro land and la good community A at IXK No M rarni of lift acre In Cssr county new two story a roulu Game dwelling sod old dIlIt1 In lair 1 dtUob Un and otbet out building On cwintl rud splendid toO land well watered two wells spring etc This la a de Untie home tile II ben WInbucDrlllnilstonetand lagottaeuhlotboidClose to Mboo and on gate nun Irlre fTu- uJo 41 Seveoneon dwelling roodffilu and 2 acm laid i nrr ftlllni well and iprlcc morel piacNo 4Twnsorr IrarovdwrltlugImoms bal and veranda UouO tnlen feoelng and house gooil repair Far alor rent lrlni reasonable So 5OFrwf lSOacmttuaetnear King Title Ky to sec s In cultUatloii Ss In Urnbrriei outbuildingsgu1drepelrtwcllingtvmrantne ly new la lblo 1ntor three churcbei chool poatolSoo end C 101 Property lie dealrahhfarmfor f2 400 or li or not IIhan acres to sultpurcbaser This hdnalnlyeWapprol4rty No24 UwellloaoNnnmswilb yurrre land In Moreland Uoud Into and bveeeary outbuild logs 2 wells In yard pendld orchard sat 2 acre In atrawberda huwallaterwe lon IrlrelMXi N u 33 Two stocks ot gnnda kit ale fur Irtlcnlara addrw Central ktnlucVjr kiwi Kitale Ki l Title Co WnburrKyf Jr condition one fou Ih inlleoapUe wtrritlb bverrblisgaprlog Irliw Wu No 84 lloiiu sad fit acre of land In JcKln ney Necessary outbuilding Kereing goot and well watered Will sell this 11IIU rat term No 7325 acres of irunl land dg rooms twi tory dwelling well watered good fencing ft the suburb ol the city ol StaoWNrlceedo Uradt Mhool and cnurche lists la a dmrabl bow 1rlre reasonable Naa74room frame cottage and on acre land In KlngsTllIe Ky Ijrpi bun smoke boo rpellrll8No 70Ten screw of lauddwo story front col- hgeseven room balls elc ibnuabnew a good arien and iplendld houatwotechousefencing IfUnJIo alIlc bUfllY A good well nn Ire there la assns gaol mill 00 the place s oo ruihtr In mill It Is run by nat ural rower which la a great economy lad the dine It In good rep lr Win sell the property at a low ilgure or lea elt No 28 Kramii hotel large rooms doubt Teraa Jai hallway Eta A large 2 story storeroom ranting Street 30 fret from hotel up ttalra suits uforilw lag 2 nice cultagr nicely furnished and painted rooms and veranda each Apapered en fame lot used u livery stable Uond nrden Yacantlotadiolnlog36 feet front by feet deep All of this provrly la In London Ky InooeyIoprlelormonth Oa account III b only reason for proprietor desires to wacbaoge farm Lincoln county No 74s oleo four room collage water In kitchen goo l bun mat hones etc and a good garden friar Ho 75A stash farm acres of good land located clod to town 1rln Ji II2S acres lu Allen county Kj on tall roud and ilkr bout 50 acres cultivated shout 125 In timber and grass and about ISO In grns Timber on iliico le cut to 18 Inches but will make barrel timber slung les tits nnrl cord wood vnnugli to pllV but the twlco over lurpe part la futic ed There art four dwellltiK room each and one HUrn of twof torltn with room ilKvo has wells nod uplines of water In In 2 mile of county cent and grow tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 32uo Unelmlf UMournnil Grist Mill An rim county Kv M barrel caiincltr covered with Iron milt 8 Iearlllllo rtipuriinnd wutcr power ho hitter 8 month uf the year H U un up odate roller mill with burrs for earn lOud nenl bolt The cnslno Is of 7year run lcrrS with time rulll including wheat with the house of 5 rooms All for 8025u or i5 iflO fur tho mill and 14 acre One haf club Hoe trade No mill In 10 n Men No 7060 arrtaof land near Junction Cllyeutln ereu Gelds 35 sere In ciililralton itst In grew a nice young orchard and one of the grape baron In Kentucky Party sold 2100IlIIun of rape lilt jeur watered grid school sad churches A twoalory all oom frame dwelllDggood barn erl etc llln good repair Irlre WVSO No848G acre ol unlmproTfd land In Iron count Mo 1yf miles from Babula Station os Iron propertjln Mountain nwunijll sell or exchsrg fat iil HeadquartersFor Moils Ovcivoots 84 to 81250 delis Suitor 8450 to Sin Hojb antI Childs Suits 81 to 84 Mcua High Ciit Shoes 2 to 04 MnnV Fine Shoe 8125 to 84 Ladies Fine Shoes 81 to 82GO mid n most complete Line of Childrens School Shoes Prices 1 to i 2 Dry Goods Cloaks Ladies and Gents Furnishings EtcIFelt Hoot for Moll Dud rnyt Rubbers for men women Dud ehiliiruti Jfy bueiucjs lots increnscil 60 that I hud to get nil experienced Mlamtrui null you will find the veilknown Mr W A Curwjn with l- iltSAMROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Ai J Winter Goods l Lap Robes Storm Aprons Blizzard Fronts Meat Cutters Sausage Stuf 1Ifers Lard Cans Butcher Knives and Hog Box Bottoms Carriage Heaters re- A WeH HIGGINSST- ANFORD 4 KY k DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS Arc the favorite tools of good workmen Their all around gOodness Ins made them so and allwho ever used them swear by them You cant use any other kind if you want to do the best work cnisttSi iiATcntTS OIHlr S SBNS BITS tCSICCS i GEORGe H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky sTH ALDRIDGE The Tinner Plumber Furnace and Pump Man can furnish you any size shape or price handmade Stove Pipe that you may want See him S H MLDRIDOE r Phone 116 Depot St Stanford K- yATTENTION T TIll place to hay Stnjilc nod Fancy Jrocerie r Crakes Candies Fruits Vegetables heat makes of Hardware Tinware Quconcwaro ItlnckHinith Iand Wagon Makers SupjilicJ Sewer PijclSalt Etc Complctu stock heat good atffactory price Jf George DP Hopper Stanford Ky WINDOW GLASS AT WILL N CRAIGSDruggist and Optician Regular Sizes Kept In Stock Odd Sizes Cut to Order 4f Y