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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Iv XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 8 1905 NO 77 AT EIGHTY YEARS Tho following beautiful poem Is froit tho pen of Mr D M Creighton who died nt Klngsvillo a month or moro ago It la found In a book of poems by William Trimble McCllntfck n friend or Mr Creighton grayt decay My young heart with my mind conspired To klndlo never dying tires I nm not old but only gray Mere callow youth can only my Ill try While ago may say tis done Tho battlo fought tho victory won I am not old but only gray Youths fancies on thu earth may play Entranced but ago may reach on high And with Its long arm touch the sky I am not old but only gray I waive put Borrows far away And bid my stricken soul bo glad Welcome tho goodreJect tho sad I am not old but only gray Years art but milestones on tho way Fresh youth may go a quicker pace l But STAYING ago will win tho race I am not old but only gray My youth held out a promise gay But broke it to tho hope at last Ago sits in triumph on the past I am not old but only gray I sit and muse I dream I pray I build mo castles in the air And jteoplo them with beings fair I nm not old but only gray Sweeter than oer before this day 3Are hum of bees and song of birds lisping childrens earliest words am not old but only gray My youths sweet love Is sweet today t As at the first so now we dwell In love nor wish to break the spell O Father let me not decay And drivel through a weary way Until tho end that comes to all Shall wrap my bones in funeral jU f But to the last not old though gray- J Give me dear Lord the gentle ray Of thy dear love Ill all resign To Thee and place my hand in Thine CHURCH MATTERS The new Holy Name parochial school I nt Henderson was dedicated by the Kt Rev Bishop William George McCUa key Rev Henry Dakar an aged Baptist t prcachqr was found frozen to death near Waddy Ky He disappeared Im- mediately1 after preaching his Thanks giving day sermon in Beech Ridge church In Shelby county l The first steps in the Presbyterian Church of the Northern Church looking to a separate territory for the Negroes J was taken at Knoxvllle when the Northern churches of tho Synod In dorsed a memorial to the next General Assembly to allow a separate Synod to bo formed for Negro churches in the samo territory as now covered by the Synod of Tennessee s IN NEIGHBORINTIES t Articles were filed with tho Secretary of State incorporating The Boron The purpose Is to publish a newspaper and tfa job printing at Bcrea S E Welch stockholderst Min orva Beildow lira two of Danvilles old cst residents if not in this whole see 1 I vtlon who celebrated their IKJth and 99th birthdays respectively Monday Both I were born on Dec 4th Mr Mcllobcrtu in 1816 and Mrs Beddow In 1600 Both enjoy comparatively good health and Lid fair to live out many more years Mr McRobcrta is a relative of the Mc t Roberts of this place The Key that Unlocks the Door to Long Living The 85 and W years of ago art not tlro rotounil well fed lint thin spare men who live ou u slender diet Bo- n careful as ho will however ti man past middle ago will occasionally oat too much or of some article of food not sultcd to his constitution and will need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to cleanse undnln t vlgorato his stomacbjand regulate his liver anti bowels When this Is dono there Is no reason why the average roan should not llvo to old ago For sale by all druggists In tho estimates of appropriations transmitted to Congress by the secre tar of tho treasury nro these items For Kentucky river improvements 174000 Cumberland river below Nashville 200000 Tennnesseo river below Chattanooga 240000 Nashville public building 40000 Big Sandy river 40 000 to operate snag loats in the Ohio river 60000 Mark Twain was +tho g of honor at a dinner in New York given by Col George M Harvey in honor of the humorists seventieth birthday About 170 authors were in attendance nearly onehalf of whom were women Being EXPLANATORYI ers aside our agcn were selling Honest Mike boots at Stanford with an eye to the protcctioi of our goods our agent and at the same time to avoid unnecessary cmbar rassment to tho parties interested I caused to bo printed In the iNTKiuou JOURNAL tho following lines WAnNiNC On account of the great reputation and well known merits of our lines of Honest Miko and Love Best boots and shoes crude imitations are springing up throughout tho coun try represented to bo tho same or just as good ThoVublic is warned that II J McRoberts is our solo and exclusive agent at Stanford and that wo will not be responsible for material workmanship or brands on similar goods not passing through his hands Tho above words were put in this form in order to allow tho young and indis erect boys of the firm of Cummins McClnry a convenient loophole through which to make their exit without call ing forth unpleasant specifications That they did obtain 12 pairs of lion est Mike boots smuggled by mail order through a concern at Flat Lick is not denied that they will as they claim continuo to sell them in tho future I am absolutely certain that they will not In as much as business is to a great extent based on confidence it seems unfortunate and am sorry that these wellmeaning young men have in this instance placed themselves in so ques tionable a position before their friends and patrons Cummins McClary arc not bad nor arc they pioneers in this old stereotyped scheme the same means having en resorted to quite often in tho past In or der to break down popular lines In the hands of successful competition Sim liar schemes in the past have almost in variably resulted in disaster to the ag gressor and are morally certain in this instance to bring the same results H J McRoberts is our only authorized agent at Stanford Len G Edelen with the Joseph T Wood Co Ware Mass HUBBLE have Hankin has gone South with his mules i W T Doolin bought the Burdetto farm near Marksbury for 3200 The young people are planning to give a Christmas entertainment at theChris tian church Mrs J M Plummcr of Franklin Ind is visiting her sister Mrs W J SpoonamorcS namorc has rented his shop to Kelly Bras fornextyear They come highly recommended as blacksmiths- M B Eubanka and R L Hubble bought n lot of slop cattle at Richmond Monddy at 31c Sam McKittrick sold some hogs to Johnson nt 4c- Eld C W Dietrich of hazel Green preached nn excellent sermon on State Missions at the Christian church Sun day afternoon Rev Nelson wlll fill his appointment at tho Methodist church Sunday morning +Dotter Late Than Never It would of course bo best fur you to le souaroful about what when and how you oatus novor to milTor from any dyspoptlu or bowel trouble But it you do slip up and begin to suffer tht consequences of indiscretions in dirt It is bettortolwglnthen although late to look after your digestion At this stago of the game the hest tiling to do Is to take Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is n puro digestive tonic and acts on both stomach liver nod bowels curing permanently and without bad after effects such dangerous diseases as constipation biliousness dyspepsia headache dizziness etc Try it Sold by G L 1enriyi Stanford C W Adams Hustonvilk at i0eand 8100 Money back If it fails TilE WHOLE STORY A little fun A little play- A little daughter Day day A little school And well confess A little bit Of waywardness A little grief A little woe As down tho lIter Years we go A little love A little strife A deal of hope And this is life Pittsljurg Post The cotton bulletin of the Department of Agriculture estimating tho cotton crop at 10167188 bales of 600 pounds gross weight caused great ex citement on tho New Orleans cotton market There was a net advance of from 63 to 69 points t IHUSTONVILLE Rclchcnbach P W Green of Lexington was with friends hero this week James Yowell wants to buy a car load of heifers weighing 650 pounds or moreCapt R II Young of Louisville and party returned from a hunt in Casey with 100 birds on their string Skinny VanArsdalo and wife have moved to tho C P Brown farm eight miles from hero in the State of Casey Mr George Routt and family have moved to the Jenkins property which place ho has rented for the coming year I want to ask would a party who wanted rent for the use of a lOc kodak for three or four days ever dio with enlargement of the heart Misses Helen hooker and Mabel Drye are visiting friends In Lebanon this week Carlisle Alcorn has returned to college in Lexington after a weeks stay at home Rev S B Lander will preach at the Presbyterian church the fourth Sunday Ills morning subject will be Seeking tho Lost The evening will be devot ed to a Christmas service Damo Rumor says that Mr William RlfTe will be a benedict in the near fu ture to the surprise of his many rel atives and friends in the West End The name of the handsome lady will be given later Thomas Best has sold his farm ad joining J K Baughman to Samuel Ford at G5 and bought the Shewmak er Hotel at Moreland for 2200 and will move there at onco and prepare to entertain the traveling public At the monthly meeting of our city council Monday night that honorable body passedan ordinrnce requiring all dilapidated side walks to be replaced with new ones acceptable to tho board Also a new system of lights We have had none for two or three years C T Bohon sold to Wells Smith of Carrolton Ga 31 good cotton mules at prosperity prices Cowan McCor mack shipped a car of good butcher cattle to Cincinnati this week for which they paid an average of 3c G W Burton shipped u clr of cattle and hogs of his own fattening to the Cincinnati market Tuesday Coal of a very fine quality has been recently discovered on Goose Creek In Casey county and in a convenient local ity for shaft mining A sample was exhibited here by Mr John Brown of Casey who says the quantity is un doubtedly Inexhaustible for the next 60 years and n railroad from here down Carpenters creek to tho mouth and down Green river valley can reach the mines without n tunnel or any heavy cuts Wo may bo happy yet who knows About 7 oclock Tuesday night ablaze was discovered beside tho home of Mrs Mary Brown who lives in the Dr Brown property After it was extinguished it was discovered that coal oil had been used A message to Wilmorc brought Mullikcn and two bloodhounds that struck the trail leading through back lots and alleys finally stopping at the back door of a Negro cabin in Rifle town Tom Owsley Claude Bailey and Will Cooper all colored were arrested and nt their trial Judge Goode held thorn over to circuit court in 100 Nearly 100 persons attended tho nup tints of Rev W G Montgomery and Miss Ida King on Tuesday at the home of tho brides parents lion and MM B B King The ceremony was per formed by Rev J Q Montgomery inn most impressive manner After a sumptuous feast the bride and groom left for a trip to Cincinnati The bri dal presents were elegant and numerous The narrtago of this young cou ple beams with that brightness for the future that love and happiness alone can give two hearts that beat as one George D Eldridge vice president of tho Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Company testified before the Arm strong committee that his company had paid out 20000 in holdups 15000 of which was paid to a Philadelphia lawyer to drop a movement for tho organization of policy holders Overcome by ammonia Mrs Ina Barry who had for days defied the authorities at Girard Kanein the toilet room of a sidetracked railway coach was finally put under arrest Sho has been fully identified as tho divorced wife of James F Barry of Lexington Ky As tho result of a misunderstanding of the advertisement tho two bids made for tho hire of convicts in tho Eddyville penitentiary were rejected by tho Pris on Commission and new bids will be solicited When you want a pleasant laxative take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists Seven men were suffocated in a mine I at Horton W Val Jt XMAS DISPI1BY NOW ON I J Come Early While the Stock is Full v i We Have The ggesfLine of Real Artistic Goods Ever Shown in Central Kentucky Dont fail to Guess attthe Number of Seed in the Big Pumpkin The Following Prizes are Offered to Those who Guess Nearest the Exact Number r Second PrizeGents or Ladys 20 year gold filled Watch value S20 Third Prize Handsome parlor clock value 8x avJ f Fourth Prize Ladys Set King value 8 10 Fifth Prize Silver Comb Brush and Mirror set value 10 Sixth Prize Pair Solid Gold Cuff Buttons value 810 Seventh Prize Eightinch Cut Glass Salad Howl value Sil E H Murray Danville Jeweler and Optician What Roosevelt Would Do Would abolish the rebate Would admit Territories as two States Would give Alaska representation in extend citizenship to residents of Porto Rico Would regulate life insurance bus iness for peoples good Would make the navy far more effective than it is at present Would punish all those who handle in any way rebates and bribes Would fortify and perfect great im provements in island of Hawaii Would eliminate all immigration that brings undesirable foreigners Would welcome the betterment capital would bring to insular possessions Would give Indians more schools Would make Grand Canon and Ni agara parks Would protect public forests and im prove levees Would pension retired members of lifesaving service Would have target practice and an nual army maneuvers Would make impossible delays inl process of civil and criminal law Would let no pull be felt in any office in gift of civil service Would reduce number of needless volumes printed at government expense Would try to check increase of wom en engaged in various forms of indus try Would endeavor always to givo everybody n square dealno more and no less An Emergency Medicine For sprains bruises burros scalds and similar Injuries thero is nothing so good us Chdmberlalns Pain Balm It soothes the wound and not only gives Instant relief from pain but causes tho parts to heal in about ono third tho time required by the usual treatment As it is an antiseptic all danger from blood poisoning U avoided Sold by all druggists Sergeant Where are you going SmithSmithTo fetch water SergeantIn those disreputable trousersSmithNo sergeant in this ere pallTld Bits Wakeful WillieMammal Tired MammaWell dear Wakeful WillieWhen Santa Claus was a little boy who filled his stocking Mrs Elizabeth Catching mother of WB Catching is dead at London 4fr = Winter Goods Lap Robes Storm Aprons Blizzard Fronts Meat Cutters Sausage Stuf- fers x Lard Cans Butcher Knives and Hog Box Bottoms Carriage Heaters IIW H HIGG1NS STANFORD KYfI S H ALDRIDGE The Tinner Plumber Furnace and Pump Man can furnish you any size shape or price handmade Stove Pipe that you maylwant See him SIIIILDRIDGErPhone 116 Depot St Stanford K- yATTENTION T The place to buy Staple and Fancy Groceries Cakes Candies Fruits Vegetables best makesxof Hardware Tinware Qucehswarc Blacksmith and Wagon Makers Supplies Sewer Pipe Salt Etc Complete stock best good satisfactory prices IJ fill George D Hopper Stanford Ky 09 0 The Interior Journal E C WALTON Tills mans name should be written in letters of gold and pictures of su vor and himself given a niche in the Hall of Fame ns a patriot of the purest type William Elliott of Kokonro Ind was recently notified that an accumu latcd pension of 15000 awaited him at Washington but ho refuses to accept the money saying I was a soldier aU through tho war but I merely did my plain duty nothing more and am not entitled to a premium for that FOOTBALL is not tho only deadly sport All records for casualties wero broken during the Wisconsin and upper Michigan hunting season which came to a close on Friday last The dead number 26 and the wounded 00 Those who go to the woods to shoot seem to be mistaken for deer even moro frequently than gridiron gladiators are mistaken for punching bags WALTER COAKLEV a democra clerk in one of the Louisville precinc testified while giving a deposition in tho fusion contest that Col Albert Scott who is chairman of the republican city and county committee had offered him 100 to testify for the fusionists Who would have thought that the purific tionists would have done such a thing JOHN W KERN who ran for govern t o or on the democratic ticket says that in one Indiana county alono there are 3000 purchasable votes in the 4000 cast there We dont think the proportion so small Our information is that at least ninetenths of the Hoosiers regard the ballot as their most valuable asset Gov LAFOLLETTE of Wisconsin In addressing tho Legislature of his State announced that he would accept the United States Senatorship Good The governors many friends will now no doubt feel better that ho has condescended to serve them in the dull old Senate of tho United States A LARGE crowd was present at the opening of Congress The Senate was in session only 20 minutes The House session lasted more than three hours Preliminary steps to organization were taken by the election of Speaker and other officers and the adoption of the rules of the last Congress Tim Senate adjourned Immediately on assembling Monday in memory of Senator Platt of Connecticut whose seat had been vacated by death No reference was made to the vacant chairs of the two Senators that are doing time for crime although they are dead ones too CAPT W H SWEENEY uRoaring Bill has resigned as chief deputy under Col C M Barnett surveyor of the port He says he will practice law says a Louisville dispatch Something t wrong somewhere This thing of are publican resigning always arouses our suspicions SENATOR BLACKBURN is in Washing ton but we have heard of no fiery in terviows being sent out by him The Senator is growing wiser as he grows f older The last interview he had sent from Washfngtori acted as such a boomerang that he will soon be put out of business TilE Danville News wants Paynte and Blackburn to withdraw from the race for U S Senator and Editor W B Haldeman elected by acclamation but up to the hour we went to press no t such arrangements had been perfected AFTER all it is said there will be no fight in the Senate over the bill to reg ulate railroad rates An agreement or a reasonable measure is said to have k been reached at a conference between Senator Aldrich and Speaker Cannons TilE insurance men say that busi ness was never so poor When the people can be convinced again that the companies are determined that honesty is the best policy they will begin to take them out once more TilE State of Ohio has pnly gone Democratic eight times sino the Re publican party put its first ticket out in 1853 It will be seen therefore that no one need get excited over the Hurry of this year TilE unusual and sad sight of a moth er and two sons handcuffed together on their way to the penitentiary was w- itdlin Indiana the other day But then you seo most anything over inn osierdom A CHICAGO man used a pedometer at a ball and found that tho average girl dancer covered 1G miles an evening Suppose she had to walk 16 miles in a dead shed doubtless stretch out dead THE management of the Pennsyl vania railroad has decided that all forms of free transportation shall be suspended after the first the year This sad news for the press t boys Tilt Presidents message is a good sound democratic of great length We elsewhere the more important recommendations made therein POLITICAL Republican Senators hold a caucus at Washington and authorized Senator AI lison to select a steering committee The annual report of Secretary of tho Treasury Shaw for the fiscal year end- Ing June 30 1JOo shows a deficit in revenues of 23004228 Record for the introduction of bills were broken by tho House Four hundred and 31 public bills were olTered and private bills were so numerous that employes had not counted all of them up to a late hour Former Congressman McKenzie Moss of the Third Kentucky district is In Washington in tho interest of Neal Murray for postmaster at Bowling Green William Henry Jones of tha same district is also there in behalf or W R Speck for the same office President Roosevelt sent to the Senate the nominations of George W Long and Stephen G Sharp to be Marshals for Kentucky J H Tinsley and R D Hill to be District At tonic J Sherman Cooper to be Collector or tho Eighth district and C H Berry man to bo postmaster at Lexington At the opening session of Congress John Sharp Williams Introduced sev oral measures looking to a reduction of 20 per cent of the present Dingley bill by which action as Mr Williams expresses it the majority is put on the defensive thus giving the country an opportunity to seo who are tho actual reformers Mr Williams also introduced a bill looking to the imposition of an income tax George Peed was tho Republic candidate for Judge of Bath count and was beaten by 650 majority His brother J R Peed was Republic nominee for Sheriff of Montgomery county but Prewitt Democrat beat him by 345 Another brother Dan Peed failed to connect with the Jailers office in Bourbon county by 862 Still another brother Henry lacked 545 votes of beating Gilson for Constable in Mason county Cynthiana Times George 0 Spoonamore son of Mr John Z Spoonamore and an exception- ably fine young man was married at Lancaster Wednesday to Miss Susie 7n none a beautiful and popular young lady of that city The wedding was a quiet one only a few relatives and friends being present The happy cou pie drove to the home of the groom parents where a delightful reception was given them Mr Spoonamore had previously rented Walter Warrens farm and he and his bonnie bride went at once to housekeeping Additional Local TilE new twohandle umbrella at L hL Huey Cos FOR SALE Second handed Radiant Home heating stove cheap This of iceTim teachers of Stanford Graded School will go to Lancaster in a body his afternoon and hear Profs J W Ireland of their faculty and W C Grinstead of the Danville Graded School address the Lancaster school HONOR ROLL FOR NOVEMBER 1905 SeniorMiss LcGrando Jones JuniorRobert Waters- SophomoroWalter Singleton FreshmanNettie Bogie 8th GradeMisses Allio Brackettan Alice Akin 7th Grade Walter Milburn Alfre eiser Eugene Good Sallie Burdctte Ellen Moore Hattie Rice Elizabeth Lutes Kittie Huffman Mary Burdette 6th Grade Misses Annie Milburn Grace Brady Maud Stone Theresa Ross Willie Moore Joseph Hopper John Waters 5th Grade Misses Annie L Gentry Kittle Jones Virginia Wlltcher Lucy Lee Walton Irma Carter James Coop er Harry Hardin 4th Grade Catherine Gentry Susie Akin Mary Gray Nancy Yeager 11a- mle Mobley Wesley Embry Lena Tray lor Lillie Perrin Mary Greer 3rd GradeAnnie D McRoberts Do- CIC Hardin Verna Rout Ethel Brack ett Annie Gray Mary M Raney Josephine Carpenter Fred Brackett Mary Shepherd Cook Mamie Singleton 2nd Grade Bessie Brackett Ruth Hardin Linnie Kidd James Tribble 1st Grade Burnsido Huffman Den ny Kidd Sarah Wood Ethel Powell Claiborne Walton Joe T Embry Jr- Ella Rigney Hartwell Shanks Clarence Cooper- In deference to some who have done- weU it is but justice to state that tho- law which entitles any one to get on- the honor roll is this Every one must make an average of more than 90 percent and bo absent at no time from classes or from school without an cx- cuse No excuse is accepted for this rcpt sickness Visiting or any other excuse will exclude one from the hone or roll Many more pupils have done- very well indeed but have been absent from school once or twice during the month This statement is made in justice to those pupils who have done this splendid work but who have been absent John R Ward adjutant general of Indiana resigned on the demandof Gov Hanly He is charged with being short in his accounts Nora Scoville has been appointed postmaster at Raccoon county Here and There The Jewish relief fund total is now Clark was killed by the accidental discharge of his gun while hunting near Cave City Kentucky made 20848701 gallons of whisky during tho year and there are 20 good strong drinks in every gallon The National Ginners retort indi cates a total crop of 9623000 bales with 8480000 bales ginned up to Dec 1stMaurice Grau the impressario and former manager of the Metropolitan Opera Company is seriously ill at his home in Paris e McCary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IIaruessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 187 Rome Phone 29 J L Beazley COt Undertakers had Embalmers Also Dealers in Furniture MaUingsJvugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Givo Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Natures Great Invention On de banks ob de Amazon tar far awry WharDr Green clti Iloweratodliday Ah picked dose flower in August in ole Brazil Ln aldo Ie a Yankee th longs to be dar still August Flower Is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a and of digestion se ration and ab sorptionfor building and rebuilding by AW Irregular or causes which interrupt healthy and perfect natural processes result in intestinal n catarrhal affections causing appendicitis of the duct of unhealthy foods nervous headache con and other complaints such sf colic biliousness jaundice eta gAugust Flower is natures intended reg uLUor Two me ajc 750 All druggist For Sale at Pennys Drug atom w r Ior and for Foot In our vast assortment of Shoes we feel sure we ought to suitfEVERYBODY The Ultra 350 and the Brockport 3 for Ladies in the new swing lasts in Patent Button and Lace are fit for a queen Our cheaper Ladies from 150 to 250 are Stylish and Good The Manss and Walkover for Men are to you allin ViciBox CalfAlaska Calf at 350 are as good as money today buys Our Patent in both Button and Lace are beauties at 3bO and 5 High Top Shoes in Black and Tan solid as iron at 3 350 4 and 450 The Hocker Bootee the best of all in different styles from top to toe at 5 Cheap goods and Felt Boots in abundance J r 001J000JUUOOOOOO U- t H Ji I rA K HAIR BALSAM ctaa bu tU1r tau mnuj lrulnt Nr to Bwtec oryl- air to Color IJhrt Wn- luahddl Di u I UMBRELLAS 6e co tred and repo rand made almot u good as new for a small amount I can az your umbrella totter than the trio- repairer and for less money Olte me a trial PIUXK ATKIMS Stanford H F HILLENMEYER t SONS Blue Crave Nurseries ledltlto KY OflVr for the Fall of ISOSn full stock of frlllt vines aspari gusnnnllfrulisrhulnrbshrubrtc N 8 Uemploy no planter Catalogue on application Dar l Traylor DIAL1B IH Whlsril Brandu Wines Bee Clears Etc Osrp ntrHouss STANFORD KY Ole to OpolP- romptandpoIIIannhIOf Nothlof but th H drink Mal pbon ci c rdas relrp- rompt iltintiOll HOTEL PROPERTY AND STAIL FOR SALE JI ilctlro to sell privately my hotel prprxr ty and Ilvery llle liie ran lot used us lintel or private resldonc and UwllarraniftU for two fllIII Hta bits asbtlls ami la In rtlalr rliin ty water nt Intro and hotel If huue Is not noldtiy Jan lit will rent It for ono year llouiw nlllllwlrllllwl covered llotol Ii IraiUxlHcuool district For further piirtlc ulur cal Oil or uddres II HfAlllKSTKIl HustonvllU Ky EXTENSION I In order to nuiko room for coming goods wo will enlarge our store at once but wo want to move ionic of our goods quick null will give fcomo good bargains Latest style in rugs carpets and furniture Call mid tee and undertakus Livery Millinery ingPruitt BrothersMorolmid Ky Do You Want a Home if to wo con furnish you one any kind you want W 01110 for side iiumit variety of Iurllll dwollllll houses Imnlnms houwn sad builiws proposition If You Want a Farm writoul what kind of a place you are look IlIg for what sloe what 1uqrovenwntsn- lVClIt how lIIuch OU Urel to uIiIilny otlwr Itrtlnont InforllluUolI- Vo huva anus of nil ze nllli wo are certain to lntcrestyou ouuruonthumarket A postal card will bring you ono prlntedllsts OBNTHAMCY UMALKHTATK 00 It EYounOiIreildent Lebanon Ky SHOES Everybody Shoes every itr i 110 k Leather Shoes familiar doubled MROBERTS STANFORD j c r t 4 t ier i 1I7h Holiday Presentsclq w tciJWe have exhibited nice Holiday f1 Displays before but none that com q t Para with the one wo now ask you tQh 4 inspect Watclice Fino Jewelry + f t twIiEtc Etc High Quality Goods at rte j Low Price i Conic and bo convinced i ql i 4WI H Mueller ihh fl i ri Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY It I Jt t It t Holiday Goods SANTA CLAUS Wagon line overturned and the entire load is now on display at PENNYS DRUG STORE Pita loud includes seine hCllutiful thlug8tJltnhlo filr Holiday Gifts and you arc cordially iiivited h f to liiuke n vifcit for inspection 0 DEDJQIJIJO PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky TI December Reduction Sale I rThose who have attended our former SemiAnnual Clearing up Sales need no introduction to them i but to those who have never reaped the benefit of one should by all means attend this from our stand t point necessary evil to merchandising Big cuts on all Winter goods Odd lots and Remnants marked r at about half price If in need of a Cloak Suit Skirt Underwear Blankets Comforts Shoes c come I tp this sale early and often Sale begins WEDNESDAY DEC 6TH k S SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY ISTANFORD KY DM fI IDOl i iNsrKCT tlio line of Christmas Goods atTjcnnya Drug Store a 1 PERSONALS r a fv IJoitN to the wife of W Dozier a eon Justin Pence bin HENRY FIELDS is clerking in Sovenufco Sons Hills LUTHER Giuns of Carrard is with Mrs J C hays Mss MYIITU COUMNEY of Garrard fa with Mrs Lula Cormney Miss KITTIK GOOCII is with Miss Mary mien Duddcrnr at McKinney MR SAM W MKNEFER of Alton III was hero Wednesday to see his parents MRS IJn COOK and Miss Clara Cooper spent Wednesday at Huston yule ttoiiN N WENEKEE JR Is now deloI uty county clerk under Mr George It C JCrIMRS MARY mother of Judge G M Davlson is very sick MR W It MURPHY hat been sever f ly pumpkin annoyed by a carbuncle as big as a Mn AND MRS ERNEST WAHREN of I Mlddlcaboro aro with tho latter p41I eats here DR J K VANARSDALK end Miss i Alvlrn VanArsdalo spent several days in IxKilsville this week Miss FLONNIB HAMMOND our preUyI Hubble correspondent Is visiting Misa i Ada Carson in tho West End DICK HAurroN Is back from Barren countywhere ho with a couplo of friends bagged I50 odd quail t MB AND MRS J K JOHNSON of Atlanta Ga are guests of Mr and Mrs George I UrighlI MESDAMES J W ALCORN andJ N Saunders and Miss Sotio Alcorn went to 1oulsvllle Wednesday to spend n few days v Eli F ML Tinder of Lancaster is conducting an interesting meeting at White Oak school house preaching each fi night MR W J DOZIER arrived Tuesday with his wife who to spend a few days Mr and Mrs E- THoncc is visiting her parents MRS MARY F URADIEY of AnnisI ton Ala has our thanks for some of tho beautiful flowers that still grow In I the yards of her sunny ho- mefA LETTER from Mr Louis Whitt who from tho East End to Strom some weeks ago states that ho pleased with his new home J It NUNNEUEY orders his pa tho Great Com per sent to the homo of ironer W J Bryan lie is gutting pretty far from tho best town on tho i map Hazel Patch MR S E OWSUKY of J1 was hero yesterday returning from Danville whore ho had been to see his daughter Mrs W It Rice who U l somewhat Improved MR It B MAHONY who attended fCourtnt Liberty Monday tells us that t n goal crowd was present The docket 1Itr tills term is a small one ho says and tho court will likely be n dull one I MRS J S KICK spent several days atiEebanon the guest of Mrs M T Matson While there slw and Mrs U 01 Creel of Chicago were entertained ntl n swell reception and Mrs Rico won handsome ivory visitors fun u Mil W O WALKER will join the following gentlemen and leave this afternoon for Mississippi for a protracted Mint Miessrs ftI Stove and Woods Walker of Garrard and Col Jack f Chlnn of Mercer They will go pro I pared to kill anything from an humble sparrow to a t DIJ K VANAttSDALEand family Louisville about the iKfi wtl1m tovo homen nicehavingthe doctor friends of this The legions of hire with will them up good fatally VanArsdale Is undo much regret Dr cided 1s to the business ho engage It will not ho long bo- input IItrikel8otnethlng good l LOCALS lOc counter L 1lluey ktSEI our S and Co y ECnANOt OR SALE1Sancro good unproved farm In Mercer county for a lfustonvillc W T Ewing linn near real estate agency Harrodsburg Ky i Is informed by r 3UMSINDLETON will not be rca dytopay Supt the teachers Saturday but thatit be hero to pay out Saturday week 16th t SILVER novelties at Muellers STANFORD souvenir spoons at Muel lers TilE colored Uaptist church Is having baptistry put in FROM now till Xmas my line of hatsc will go at cost Misses Straub SEE W II Muellers big selection of jewel boxes brushes combs mirrors etc HRINO your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best serI vice IlEMEMnER the Old Fiddlers contest at McKinney tomorrow Saturday night LAP robes horse blankets blizzardI storm fronts for buggies etc McClaryWANTEDTo exchange lumber laths fencing posts for corn P M Con Crab Orchard FOR RENT Cottage near depot just vacated by Capt Richards Posses sign at once P P Nunnclley THE Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet In tho lecture room of that church at 230 Saturday afternoon WHEN it comes to Holiday gifts a se lection of high class jewelry In rich de signs is found at Muellers fn abun dance and at right prices LIME rAnumber gentle men headed by Mr James I White of this place have leased a lot of land from Mr II D Newland of the Cedar Creek section and will establish a limo plant As administrators of Columbus Bish 01 wo will sell in front of the court house door at 115 r M county court day Dec 11 41 shares of stock In Lin coin County National Hank 2 shares in First National tank of Stanford and 3 hares In First State Bank of Junction City Marcum Bishop THE Stanford Dance Club met Wednesday night and elected the following officers for tho ensuing year President George L Penny Vice President It T truce Honorary Vice Presidents Joo Lynn It Coffey and George H Sauflcy Treasurer John N Menofce Secretary J M Alvcraon Musical Director WH Wearcn It was decided at the meet- Ing to have a swell dance at Walton Opera House on the evening of Dec 29th with Wohrlcys Orchestra of Louisville to furnish the music A SuccessGeorgo II Farris op ening of Holiday Goods yesterday was a thing of beauty and a joy while it lasted The large store was packed with pretty things tastily arranged and tho decorations wero both artistic and pretty Hlakclya orchertra sat in the rear and discoursed the sweetest music While every lino exhibited was well filled and beautiful that of decorated chinawaro was tho handsomest and most extensive Tho opening was a success and a splendid method of ad vertising the magnificent stock Mr Farris carries Hundreds of ladies and gentlemen attended tho opening and many of them congratulated Mr Far ris on the success of his enterprise Those assisting Mr F care for the guests were Mrs Farris Mrs Mark ilardin Miss Mary Mobley and Messrs H C Farris Mark Hnnlin John Bright Jr and Robert L Porter Jr WOOIFOLK MAYOR After a stormy session Mr II E Woolkfolk editor of tho Danville Advocate was elected mayor of Little Britain but it was not until Mr Sam W Menefee formerly of this place was elected and had resign Mr Menefee it will bo remember cd was nominated for mayor In n hot primary but since has taken a loan live position with nn immense St Louis telephone concern This necessarily caused him to move from Danville and ho of course could not servo as mayor There was a hot scramble for the office but Mr Menefee showed his good po litical acumen by having himself elected against great odds and after resigning putting In his friend Mr Woolfolk It was a downing of tho ring to a con siderable extent and Mr Mcncfeos friends warmly congratulate him on his work By tho way after Mr Wool folk had been chosen tho mayors salary was cut from 5COO to 300 annum and other city salaries were lower ed FOR Xmas presents see IJM Hucy Co FOUND on street buckskin gloveI gauntlet Owner can get it at lice AnOUT the only thing done by the city council lost night was tho payment of claims which did not aggregate a great deal TilE stores present a gala appearance now and the urchin feels Christmas in his bones The yuletide is almost here sure enough THE Presbyterian Sunday School at McKinney will give an oyster supper Thursday evening next 14th Go and hull n good cause FOR SALE House and 46 acres of land one mile south of McKinney on MIddlcburg pike property of Mrs Lucy Lewis For terms apply to J FI Cash Turnersville AN anonymous letter writer is get ting in his work here Of all cringing cowardly curs that over lived thcanony mous letter writer is the dirtiest Even the plutonlan regions are too good rorI sucha filthy skunk SENATOR R L will make a strenuous effort to place Casey county in this congressional district Tho State of Casey did so well Nov 7 that she is deserving of anything good that may come her way TilE ladies of the Presbyterian church will have their Bazaar Saturday Dec Oth In the Odd Fellows building corner Main and Depot streets Fancy and useful articles will be on sale suitable for Christmas presents All are invited to call 2U Lexington KyDec C 1905 W H HIggins Stanford Ky DEAR SmJInvQ all the ladies to come in Dec 14th Tell Jack to bo sure and have a crowd In and make it the best we have ever had W T Rid loll with II J Heinz Co NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS I will adver Use in the INTERIOR JOURMAL on Tues day Dec 12 1005 all taxes on my books unpaid This means you as I will not have any favorites I must settle on Jan 1st oa my term of office expires then M S Baughman sher- Iff JOSEPH T EMRRY of Stanford has decided to make the race for doorkeeper of the Senate at the next session of the Legislature Ills name will bo presented before the Democratic caucus by Senator R L Hubble Mr Embry Is well known and widely connected in Boyle and his friends here hope ho will land the plum Advocate OUR Huatonvillo letter tells of an at tempt to burn Mrs Mary Browns home The night following n little girl who waits on Mrs Brown was struck by a rock thrown through tit window Bloodhounds were again brought to the scene and a trail of some 15 miles was made but lost just as the town limits were reached Things are in n chaotic condition at the West End capital and if something is riot done somebodys going to get hurt COMPTON IN IfocBuena Vista Compton at last languishes in durance vile Ho was arrested in Cincinnati where ho was working and Deputy Sheriff Wood went for him and turned him over to Jailer Herrin Wednesday morning Buena has been a bird in his day but seems to us his troubles have now come in earnest Ho has already served two terms in tho penitentiary and another sentence which he is sure to get carries with it a life term Hells barely 23 years old but hero is his cord Indicted in two cases in Feb 1901 for petit larceny and given u jail cntenco of six months each sent to pen for one year November term 1901 for breaking into depot March term 1001 given another year for house breaking At the Juno term 1001 ho got six months In jail for throwing dy namito under a bull and blowing him to atoms There are dozens of charges against him now and at least three dictments for felony will be returned at the next term of court Compton has run roughshod over the people of the Millcdgevillo section Cora long time but unless ho escapes jail or penitentiary tho chances are ho will trouble them no more We will try to give a picture of the young desperado as soon as we can catch his shadow FOR SALEOno house 2 horses 1 cow 1 carriage 1 familyI toJjKAdditional Local on Second Page p A Hapyy Home- Is made perfect when perfect health reigns within Its doors This Is Insured by always keeping Dr bestI wells laxative Syrup Pepsin on and father mother and chllcren tak- Ing a few doses at tho least sign of stomach liver or bowel trouble Always relieves and cures Sold by O Li Penny Stanford W C Adams Hustonvllle at COo and 6100 Money back if it fall- sPUBLIC SALEI AnndiiilnUtrnturof trig IOoocli I will nt Ids lulu residence near Hluorli Crwk depot In Lincoln county on TJIUIIHUAY EC erlloonlAlInlirtxHl mllnlIIult rout n g cnlvr 2IwHt kows and plus shoats ntncki or liny lu shock of fotlikT cultiva tor corn pliintor twine binder liny mkv wheat drill plow cutting burrow AC J II IAXTON Administrator BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pena In Connection POSTED We whose name appear below strictly forbid bunting tuning or any kind of trea paulug on our places and will prosecute violators to the lull extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Kelchenbccb Urea Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAIlman Fred Itaumann Alfred Simpson George Uoltaes MM Mattle U Howes B Helcuenbacb ObarleiOummlni Jos Ballou A O Dunn S Holmes wEAmon Wit Uangberty- M J Hoffman M D Rlmore Peter W Curler J Nerln Uarter- J E Bruce W F tihomtker Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Fcrrlll FJ coon John n Otmenltcb Sam Trowbridge A D Root Charles Ennlln Frank Cordler Mn Hayden Welch Ictcr helmet John Meier Samuel Llndsoy Jacob Oacder Mrs Alice Lrtle David Stephens Mary lloflinann L P Nunnelley J Kaughnmn Oorlstena Orujson J 0 Carpenter If your feet could speak theywould cry for w so loud that you would have to buy them I Your shoes will never be URFIT unleS5lheyare MANSS Theywill slip up and down nt the heel and wear holes in your stocking gap at the sIdes and collect the dirt wrinkle twist out of shape t URFIT device in retains the fashionable shape and dressyappear ance prevents sides gap ping or wrinkling and heel slipping 101 BALI BT HJ McROBERTS a Great Bargain In Underwear Mens Heavy Fleece Lined 35c Per Garment the Kind that Usually Cost You 50 Cents i Wt It CUMMINS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky A Few Items of Interest to be See at L M ljuey- S Cos Store anltEes 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 tine of Neckwear ranging in prices from 25c to 1 Also a new lot of Chinaware in our lOc department which is extra good value Besides the above named articles we have complete line of Dry Goods Notions 2 andg Ladies Furnishings at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES We respectfullysolicit your patronage L M RUBY CO r Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky 1 t YH 4 r f t one It of of of It to i I J B J B H W 0 Walker Oeo j B L 0 WH W M B L W H DIAMOND IIIIIIII EDGE TOOLS Are the favorite tools of goodwork tmen all around goodness has- made them so and all ever used them by them cant use any kind if you wont to do the work IIArtlltTSt- OIMlE S SAWS lilTS filESAItS i GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky tOnly Daily and Weekly Published at the Capital and the only that over the Associated Press Reports has recently been enlarged and greatly improved makes a specialty LOCAL NEWS including that the Court Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Court is es pecially valuable Lawyers Subscription yearly 84 Send remittance to weP WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentucky 0UNolNcJ COUNTY NATIONAL BANK STOCK SO000 Directors Paxtoa Owley Shanks WOarter Foster Gooch Oammlni Bright Hubble Shanks Their who swear You other best CnlSElSt took ors toThe Farmers Hank tt Trust Company and under name mana emeut contlnuouily for 34 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping inch buslnes relation Kill prove mutually beneficial GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY Extensive Dealers and Manufacturers of Doors Windows Blinds Sash Rough Dressed Lumber Lime Ce mentPortland Acme Washington Cedar Shingles WRITE THEM FOR PRICES s First NationalOl Ban Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit flank of In 1858 then reorganised as the National Bank of I Stanford In 1H65 and again reorganized the First National DInk of In 1882 having had practically an unlnter rupted existence for 43 year It le better supplied now with laclllties fat transact lug business promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers SHANKS Preildent BRIGHT Aiat Cubit Are and and Red HOOKER Puss ST HAttKia Pres J1 McROBERTS Ohr WEAREXAist Ohr Reid Danville Harris Stanford Hooker Stanford Tanner McKinney Elmore Stanford Baughman Stanford Hill Stanford Jus Robinson Rubble Baughman Stanford Pottus Stanford Tate Stanford Honest Mike Boots and High Top Shoes I W E Perkins PaxtonVice Directors Crab Orchard Kentucky Look out for my Holiday Display in a few days Dont buy till you see itt W B McRoberts 0 B H J B W M Oaibls- WOWALKER r e a Officers J S V W II F 8 T J S K L M D H T P J H J M 0 E I DRUGGIST STANFORD NEWS NOTES Fifteen men were badly burned In nn explosion at Chicago Three probnbl will die- Fire swept the business section of Manassos Va destroying property worth 100000 Four new cases of yellow fever are reported in Havana There are now 22 under treatment Gov LaFollettc of Wisconsin announces that he would accept the Unit d States Senatorship Senator Chauncoy M Depew has resigned as a director of the Equitable Life AssurancoSociety The safe in the poatofflco at Salt Lick was blown open and robbed of 100 In cash and stamps worth 200 H Clay Stewart a farmer living at Conncravillc dropped dead while maV ing n fire in his kitchen stove It is said that Charles A Peabody has been selected as the next president of the Mutual Life Insurance Co The State Board of Valuation and As sessmcnt at Frankfort increased tho tax on whisky from 8 to 10 per bar relPatterns valued at 1000000 wcredc stroyed by a fire in a building belong ing to the Illinois Steel Company in ChicagoThe Committee for the relief of the Jews in Russia has decide to raise for them at least a million dol lars more Jo A Smith was shot and Instantly killed on the street at Campbcllsville by James A Shipp who used a shotgun The Coroners jury the killing without pronouncedI Many shops and factories villo have been forced to suspcn operations through inability to get water owing to damage nt the waterworks plant caused by the flood The State Federation of Labor in session at Covington decided to send u telegram to Gov Beckham requesting that only union labor bo employed in the construction of the new Capitol at FrankfortThe conference of representatives of various State Governments and civic organizations to consider the question of immigration which was called by the National Civic Federation is in session in New York FARMERS DEPARTMENT Lot of fat hogs for sale J S Murphy McKinney FOR SALE Twentyone yearling cattle IL H Crow 3U 75 extra good sheep for sale R C Hocker Stanforde Few pure red Berkshire boars for sale S T Harris Stanford J L Beazley sold to a Danville party a high stepping bay mare for 190 J M Tarkington of Boyle sold to Key of Jackson Tcnn ufouryearol stallion for 400 James Yowell sold ill export cattle to Johnson of Boyle at 435 The average weight was 1400 pounds For sale at a bargain acres of Ian with small house in suburbs of Hus tonville Ky Mrs F B Barnett Fort SALEFive twoyearold mule and five threeyear old mules In goo shape Apply to F M Ware McKii ney C S Brent Bros of Paris hud 1000 pounds of turkeys condemned by the Boston Health officers Many other big shipments for Thanksgivin were rejected The bad condition of the turkeys was due to the poor refrigerator cars Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during the sever winter weather both myutto and my soU contracted severe colds whlol speedily developed Into the worst kind oC la grippe with all its mlsorabli symptoms says Mr J S l glostot of Maplo Landing Iowa Knees lull joints aching muscles sore heat topped up eyes and noso running vlth alternate spoils of chills nil over Wo begun using Chamberlain1 Cough Remedy aiding the same wits a dose of Chamberlains Stomach am Aver Tablets and by its liberal use icon completely knocked out UK grip tt It is a good plan to take u dose bf ho Tablets when you have u cold Flioy promote n healthy action of tin jowels liver and kidneys which Is ihvaya beneficial when the system It congested by a cold or attack of UK grip For sale by all druggists ManagerNow for this position wo require a man who has a large actjuain anteApplicantWell Im acquainted with the secretary of war Mr TaftJudge Appeals for Protection Your digestive organs appeal loudly tor protection when attacked by the microbes fermented food engendered in yourBtomuch told bowels by dys lopsio biliousness and constipation This protection you can very easily extend to them by taking a dose or two of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup epsln Will you do it Sold by G L Penny Stanford C W Adams lastonvlllc at 60c and 9100 Mono 3 back If It falls Judge Frank Daugherty of Bards town announces that he will not mak e tho race for Congress tr r MATRIMONIAL Miss Llllio Peyton the charming Peytonluow Mr Samuel Fulkerson n prominent young business man also of that city Mr Bowen G Goode and Miss Pearl Raines both of this place wore mar ried at Lexington Sept 20th Mrs Goode left for Pennsylvania to visit her sister and having just returned the an nouncement of their marriage is made It has been a wellkept secret Mr Goode in n prosperous farmer sober and industrious und a splendid young man Ills bride is an exceedingly attractive young woman and is as pretty as she is popular The Childrens Delight When you consider the terrible times you used to have In childhood under the inllictlon of castor oil salts and senna brimstone and treacle and other horrors you can perhaps a1J preciate the childrens delight with such n pleasant medicine for Impure blood stomach or bowel troubles as Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Besides being pleasant to take It Is unequalled by any other medicine In the wide range of its curative powers for nearly all child rens diseases Sold by O L Penny Stanford C W Adams Hustouvlllo at tOo and 9100 Money back If it CallsIINSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndRtorm Ilfo and Accident Nonu tht HTUONOKHT and HKHT Iteprewntvd Ix weityo alblu Unla Ouarnatecd Lose 1a ontjUncqunllnl Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky HfslJcneo riioneXoW NEW LIVERY STABLE BraSS fcCLABSSON Iron JUNCTION CITY KY Tintdais Turnouts at Reasonable Ratell Special Attention to Traveling Men and Ray For Sale For Sale Privately house and 10 acre ot land situated Just outside of town limit on the Somerset pike House has 7 room kitchen and sere Pants room good cellar table and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for tack J V BAILEY The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOASS Proprietor Electric Lights In tvtry room Refurnished and unJtr entlr New Miaitcnnl A S PRICESu- rgeon Dontist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mcllouerte Drug Store in the Owsley lluilding Jesse W Sweeney rnoriiiiaoii Livory Feed and Sale Stablo Lancaster Ky UorsesKellfetl and cared for Up to date rip at rca E D DEALKU INiStaple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J Ile BOONE ft COt Proprietors VERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv good Livery Service at Reasonable Bates Hall on ulan Depot Street Also Dealer In Ooal Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why hay rrmlynimlc clothing when tlicrv U 51 llttlf ilKTirviui In of high tolourin or I hiivun Imiulsomo llnoof Kiill and Winter goats I rim niuku front it low prlcu Imilnrm milt to the Uncut ilrens ulttloowrcoiit trousers nml fniiuy lUt The coiiipiiny I rtiirisiiit ta ono ol the heat II ORUPLFA the Tailor RESTORATIVE CUR- ESNERYOUSDEBIUTT pll81r1mntalptnonAl niaffnetlmi jjie truetype ot Mrfrctmanhood Nnru tntigOTIopmeol a lu lit wortb In ln PEPPER HMVIOOHBikM Irnf Calm Nmi It1anandothertroubladuto Yaks rich bealtuy blood sad ivpftln waited nerrra Iygoodt or wnmrn Itookltt Jrf SUiA raluJI AT nornTB HUt STOW y rRealTitle Company Stanford Ky j No Small farm STacni Smiles Iron bUn ford llbuiiot rourtooxl room back porch and IIveranda Good turn and other bullJUit h food repair Cutluilx Briil well ftncvJ to steel InI oneacre Inlrult tree reel In iirau IlouthtatcOBiialailoaeraaaltat bargain and can be at and church lrteoM per acre Land adjoining sold for ltd and 144 Thlalt bargain No tS 5820 aereaol coal and tltnl rlinj Inca M lolrr county Ky on tUslu Vine Cnxka trlbuUttuf this North Fork ol Kentucky river Four telna of coal In thickness Irom 3 trot to tit feet ltlr r navigable to the taotth ill above crmk A rallioad li tIIff wltbln thie roll of sail property the limber consul ol oak ate Till pwncct Will i or cscbang onI raiy tarsus C7A nice two siory cliht room Pram- sdwelllotintttauford llaewe halls cellar eonenl door rnton wail In kitebro negrocabin onplurwhiebractsfor51prnnoStb- The dvelllng tents for pr erty la In gout repair and tan be taught for Jloo No I3 Farm S73 acres blnrjr n land In Lincoln conntjr Two story emowstuneretlaea S tenant houut barn room over dead ol olber ntar outbuilding all In rJtolll1fllroagram deal country home an all conveniences on plac- calerote wn wsterel with II never failing etc Price reaoosbiL No 31 90 tcrea orland on mil Irou Somtraet KCOi In seven Belda Forty aem In cultlra thou to acres In ruture balance In UII ea1IUdsix mil a root river ritTenty acrraodana It river bottom la Sntclw laud and In grass This daod la for isle ortrh nc No5t Afarmof300acmin IJofoln county Tbre rood Uwalllngi I good barns sad other out buildings each house barn etc about the trnur of loo acre All on county road j tulle from church school and l iwell and well watered This la a good tobacco tine and would suit two or Ibr a 6mlllee that might want lo come from the same neighborhood Irlr reasonable six coons lwobailraodicwailtdontnd all other nrcraiary outbuIMIngi largfl blaclnralth borGOaJO sod III lull length of shop and 10 feel wide Toll rop rly will be utd at a very low price No tA tam of in acre four mile from Nun lotxlonbeat In th county well watered food dwelling fronts pit all necrve- ulbull ll A fplnJI bins grass farm mod only SlralnutcadriTa from county real Owner ot tin arm adlolnlog ibis has recently relused IU Mr acre W off r this at U780 No MHfty erN near riewant Polish Ky From house 1 rooms and harp and other outbuildings 85crwln cultivation teat In Um ber Well watetd too yards from po tofflcMhool and church lays well on pike sal la good cum munll Irtcvteao No 123ountkna I mile of Crab Orchard Ky llrick d t mum two tenant hou two barns well amfprlng near dwilllng Farm In high slats ol cultivation scres river Inttora land good tenting fruit eta rice 11780 an acre Nor Anlfarmat Highland K wIIIDlrrov tJ wllwatertj etc fete hoc vt6ides of Un4 on Jancitoirn roal Iulh of Dunnvllle ton acre In cultivation about tj acres In ttmbtr and re t In gmt AUrg new Inna dwell hag also an oU dwelling on pUct An w Nm anj two old one It U will wltreJ and ms fencing u goat On pvblk rod Pike aouu vj itoxio acres of cotton land In Miatlitlrp There It no section of country which oiler M man- yoppoffunWtsforpmBUNelnnstmentaslb il ilfpl Delta ahkh now a Pros penty Valley Th JloiNf It tconlns aortvalu able sit tIM lira for tb reason thAI lUNr plc from the North isbets the supply 0 tlrahirit Utt Jlolnlihlnc ar constantly Incrutlng fitlt put chases ol Umbtf land In the South Wb n thl tim Mr It removtJ the Und It unequaled for agrkultu ral ruipotta It will rroJuc a the of cotlun to tM acre or will grow abet kind of crop raised In the temperate coos The toll nflJ no ftitMter anJ gives a yltkl wbkhcannot t4 exnlwUstarslow Ihlln It perfect and Unman who buys Dtlta larn and timber tams at present frktt it nuking an In vettrwnt that ht will never regret This land It Jl vlded Into tracts ranglne from 40 acrutotha nacho itoooacreitoth rut and rtkllS from U ref tree to Ji6 per acre according to kKJtkm K W ar auVrtlJtJ fry the company who owns the huh to sum that as other rinks are nmtUtrlng lhe purchase ol thew lnJt that at oOtr thew tracts sub- ecttoprioruiwithdcawal from market or chart n price wlthoat notk Iloaver when notlhed they will toil any tract out of marktt long enough for the purchaser to make an lnvc tli tk n About taooo ants of this hat teen said by the Con pany Since we received this option rOt furthtr par Icolart call at out onict- No MA farm of 10 rla C countyKy OUt and onthilf ttory dwollUg with aid room goal born aol ol bar outbuilding Hlsly acm In cultivation 45 acnt In Umber hull trees etc lays well on county rood COM to church tcbooletr mcvonlyfouO Alto A 50 barrel mill In Mercer county ICy on Salt River Steam power new up tUdnta in every artlcolar mod ood dwell lag with Improvements and 20 hoes of tine land dose to Southern railroad Price eO It BOX icrtt of land par Crao Orchard II cheap storysixworkt In kitchen and family room duoil bus sod all necetiary outbuilding has writ fenced and In good repair house aloucroat tM and It tbbolropUrNo M riirm ol acres In Casey count Two story frau dwelling two burns and sitar outbulldlrgs In good spar lcnJM tobacco qNoolddwellinglurlreoudhaoobuildings On county rod aplendld tolacco land well watered two wells spring old bl1I a do tlrmbt home Iriw f INu No 33rarin of H acm nest Waynnburg r DwlIIootlltood barn Sic Well waUrcd freeing in gaol repair l llitoeeland In soo1 neirhlwrbooJ cow to school 1704No gal cellar sod II acres land layer failles wll and iprlcg Kenclog Illrc10aeNo Two atory ram dwelling 7 room hall andvtranda CJood girdtn INitial sod bout In re aIr Korwliorrent lrlc reatontbt- N o Farm of lncar Klngu vlll Ky acre In cultivation Si In luurit t In gram wellwalarelIwo josh barns uol othtr- IwtlllngOlllbull Itood ralr tow ISrall eburche- sschoolpntomceand1ttdelotlrnlwslvlee on pIke an county la the most detlrabl farm In that section 1Ys will sell Ibs whole farm tat tl 400or In parole of not Ices than mil purchaMr This wrtaluly cheap Noil Dwrillng oM room with M In Mortland Goal burn and crccMary log 2 wells In tpltndld orchard rIVItlIn itrawtpenl Impellatalaaanlop No Twoalockaolgowl for sate titulars addict Central Kentucky KM change l Till Co WaynesburgC5Oatesp flr condition one fourtb Wild on watered Iatr tailing Sprint Price No U UOUM and five acre ItCoIny Ky Nnwary easyternsNo 7351 urea of goal laud tltroomi two I story dashingwell watered good hrnclng Is li tb ot IoNclosetoirJ1sc- hool and church Tkla U a dwirabl hem lrlc reasonable No sre room frame cotUg mod ou acre o land In I barn smut bous rrylrLMceNo 70Tn acre ol land two story front C- ilttlefln room ball IIlc Ilou It new a good garden and tpltndld orchard ol lt attn foncing good two stsblalbuggy house amol bout etc II rrs is also s tool mill oa the plate a g od crutber In III111a run by nal +urtl power which li a great economy and the dam 1ln good repair Wilt sell the property at a low figure or lcue lt Fvameholllsrjra0odoublrerandosbslway Ii anlVJlcetironbotsupstalnsuhahie Alirt00eeeland It a fin chanc brumon 10 mat lOprtelor baa RfuNd to not IlOr air perjmouth OnacrouBlbf itl health of his wife utlsesgforNo TIt ukv lour room cottage water IB e kltcheu good n coal bouwetcsodagood garden lrtcKUi- JIo 7LA small faro of 73 are of good Und located dOMIO town Irlr StS eerie In Allen trIOIroad nod pike about 10 about Hi lo timber and grata nod about 150 In grata Timber on lac b out to II Inches but will makb barrel umber blaKr fArI There are four dwelling of 4 rooms each and one store of iwoitorlti with rooms above has well and tprlnppi of water lain 1 mtlns of counlraoat and crow tobacco- cornrwheat grass etc tot UldO Onelmll cash lour ud Ort81 Mill Anderson county Ky sA barrel capacity covered with IronAhunt years ago Steam and water power 0 + the latter 8 month of the year 111 an up Wf ate rultrr mill with burr tar corn and moat bolt The engine la of 7 yucca runs U acre with the tulll Including what le with the house of 5 rooms All for 16350 or IS fur tho mill and II aorta One halt oath Haa floe trade No mill III 10 u liis No Oaerf of land nor JunelloaCltyctilla tve IIA use It ulrlulwo rat grati niceyvunguatbstdsodoeeoftset grriw hertbon In tltu griwt lot year Well watered and tenting Clow lo aeboul and rburcbr A 1tor1room frame dwllluit good barn Csllaete all In goof repair I rice- NaJ6 carve ol unimproved lied In Iron follol from nebula Ktallnn 3louhtathrouu 1Ylnssll of caching to r rtln LlnroDcouuly BARGAINS 1l A fow Bargains that will haul inlorcst ty you when you como to my store Melts Overcoats SUIO and up Boys Overcoats Ufil nod up Bells Suite 54lIIel up Youths Suits l5U and up l3oys stud Childrens Suits 81 and up Minis sa Corduroy Pants cut to 822f Monn 850 Corduroy Punts cut to 82 Mens 82 Corduroy Tmits qut to 110 Mens SlOO Corduroy Pants cut to 8125 two pair Corduroy Knee Pants for ItOc liens Duck Working plats 81 Bed Comforts 75c nod up Wo have just received a k largo shipment of Silk Mulllcr and Neckwear A complete Bile of Shoes und Dry Goods Our motto k To Sell tho JJwt Goods for the Least Money Conic sea and ho convinced tegtstoo SAMROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank J STANFORD KY WINDOW GLASS J DAT a WILL NCRAIGyScol Druggist and Optician i iiRegular Sizes Kept In Stock Odd Sizes Cut to Order f a fL I tr