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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h J r rq r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r 1 JVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 12 1905 NO 78 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Lot of fat hogs for sale J S Murphy McKinney FOR SALK Twentyone yearling cat tie R II Crow 3t Isaac Shelby sold to A W Carpenter 113 owes nt 650 75 extra good sheep for sale R C l Hocker Stanford J S Murphy sold to p C Allen 25 200pound hogs at 4c J M Cress bought of various parties 400 barrels of corn at 160 delivered Mrs James bought of J M Adkins hIs farm of SOl acres near Highland for 1300 FOR SALBFour 000 to 1000ponnd ntccra one Jersey bull 30 to 75lb shoals Dr J 0 Carpenter For solo nt a bargain acres of land with small house In suburbs of Hus tonvllle Ky Mrs P II Barnett fon SALKFIVO twoyearold mules and five threeyear old mules In good shape Apply to P M Ware McKln ney Frankfort will have a big poultry show Dec 19 to 2 and It will bo one highest clans exhibitions of tho 4kindever hold In the So- uthIT A Rico sold to M J Farris 21 1 pound cattle at 31c and bought 30 extra good yearlings at 31c He bought of Arthur Barnett a mare for 1100 EsTRAY Hod steer about 18 months old came to my place two months ago Owner can get him by paying for this notice nnd his keep J C Spratt Ot tenhclm J G Cecil of Danville has rented tho old racetrack and stables at liar Thompsontpaold catray since April was by me Owner can get him by pay lag for this notice nnd his keep T J Culton Crab Orchard Watercress n brown otalllon lt years old by Springfcllow Wharfdalo bred by Lord Falmouth in England was sold at auction in New York for 71000 to J U Haggin who already owned n half Interest in tho horse Tho latest weather prophet predicts that there will he very little snow this winter lie says that when two crops of vegetables arc produced In one summer as was tho case this year tho snow fall the following winter will be light The largest farm deal made in Mont gomery county In years was closed when II Clay Turner sold his farm of 403 acres on Maysvillo pike to Frank Boyd of Octhol Bath county for 10 000 cash Tho farm Is one of tho lost in tho county DAY There were about 600 cattlT on the market yesterday and n largo number of them sold Some good yearlings went as high ns 31c but 2c to 3c were tho ruling prices Good horses were high and Uioro was n de mand for mules of nit ages 1 J E Druco delivered to Dick Gentry of Boyle 20 27f pound red hogs at 5c For n number of years Mr Bruce has been furnishing Mr Gentry with kill 1 Ing hogs TIle latter having gotten n taste of Mr Drucos famous red hogs will have no other for his meat W H Lilian sold to Koger Lillard of Lawrcncoburg 115 slop cattle which averaged 1000 pounds at 325 to 365 M J Farris purchased from John Ends of Lincoln 40 feeders that aver nged 1000 Ibs at 350 He also sold a car load of 200lb hogs at 125 to John VcbbAdvocate The Kay that Unlocks tho Door to LongLiving Tho M and M years of ago are nut tho rotouml well fed but thin spare men who lire on u slwidor diet liens careful as ho will however u man past middle ago will occasionally out too much or of somo article of food not suited to his constitution and will need n doso of Chamberlains Stomach mill Liver Tablets toeleanso anoN In vigorate its Rtomnchjand regulate his liver and bowels When this Is done there Is no reason why the average man should not live to old age For Halo by nil iliugirlsts If thoso newspapers that are contin 1ually howling for more railroads for Kentucky will lay aside their clubs and quit pounding the companies now in existence possibly capitalists will think of putting their coin in such en terprises A railroad compnny stands about as much show In Kentucky as does a clnwlesa cat In perdition Con tral Record The First Requisite of Beauty The first requisite of beauty Is a clear complexion Orlno Laxative Fruit syrup clears a sallow blotched complexion as it stimulates tho liver and bowels and the eyes become bright and clear You owe It to your friends to take It If your complexion Is bad Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Penny Drug Store A DIFFERENT EXPLANATION Concerning Honest Mike Boots We have handled Honest MikoI boots ever since we have been in busi ness For several years we were solo agents here until Mr Edelen because wo bought better goods in all except this one article elsewhere without notice and leaving us at the time with a supply of the hoots placed the boots in other hands and attempted to turn the effects of the advertising we had given them to the other party During the time we wore agents for the line wo spent money advertising it and through this advertising succeeded In creating quite a demand for tho goods Despite Mr Edclcns base at tempt to take from us that which through our efforts wo had created we yet enjoy our usual demand for tho bootsJust because Mr Edclcns hair Is gray it docs not follow that via young sters are in tho wrong or unworthy of confidence The fact Is Mr Edelens ac tion toward us has been far fron right Because wo continue to handle tho boots without his authority he attempts to make It appear that they are not genuine That In itself shows his purpose is to place us In n questionable at titude before our customers and friends Our controversy is only with Mr Edclen Wq have many more than 12 pairs of Honest Mike boots in stock and shall buy more when they ore sold Set if we do not- Meanwhile Honest Mike boots get well advertised Buy them of Cum mins McClnry IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William Bourne son of Samuel Bourne died of typhoid fever In tho Bcttis section of Garrard- J M Sklpworth a Cumberland coun ty farmer committed suicide by hang himself to a rafter in his barn ling Commercial Club has been organ at Richmond with Bon L Banks as president and Clarence E Woods sec rotaryJohn M Walker n leading farmer of the Buckeye section of Garrard died at his homo In that vicinity aged nbout 70 years Comer James was killed in tho Blue Gum mines at Jcllico by the accidental discharge of n blast and Mitchell Mor ton was seriously injured Shelby Thompson n wellknown war veteran of near Somerset was run over nt Greenwood and his body was cut in two Ho was crossing tho track to board ho train Mrs Brummitt victim of an acci dental discharge of u gun in her hus bands hand recently died at the hose pital after much suffering She was tho wife of lard Brummltt who lives n short distance South of the city Somerset Journal Charles Knchttry of Somerset a con ductor on the Q C was killed at Nicholasvillo while n car was doing switched from tho J A to tho QI d c track Just how the accident oc curred is not known but he was dragged n 100 yards and tho body was badly mangled He was 27 years old and leaves n wife nnd two children Torture of a Preacher The story of the torture of Her O D Mow pnstorof tho Baptist uhuiuh uf Hnrpersvllle N Y will interest you lie says I sulfured ugonlm because of a perslstentcough resulting froniihf grip 1 had to sleep slulug up In bed tried many rcmcillts without teller until I took Dr Kings Nw Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely oared my cough and saved mo from consumption A grand OliN for dU eased conditions of Throat and Lungs AtG L Penny Stanford Lynollros Crab Orchard price Sat and el00 guaranteed Trial bottlo free rqt f Gen W J Palmer and Dr W A Bell have presented the Colorado Col logo the extensive estate known as Manitou Park located 20 miles west of Colorado Springs The park consists of 16000 acres of land twothirds of which is covered by forest and the gift includes a fine hotel und n number of cottages tho entire property valued at 150000 Tho purpose of tho gift is to establish n school of forestry for Colorado Springs I a Grippe and Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows la grlppo but never follows tho use of Foloys Honey and Tar It cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption As for Foloys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Mr G Vnchcr of 157 Os good St Chicago writes My wlfohad a sovero cusd of la grlppo three years ago and It left her with a terrible cough Sho tried a bottle of Foloys Honey and Tar and it gave immediate relief A cent bottle cured her cough entirely Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store c NEWS NOTES Frank IIllbers died of a wound re ceived while hunting rabbits Fire nt Buffalo N Y destroyed property worth over 200000 Mrs Mary M Rogers was hanged at Windsor Vt for the murder of her husbandThe situation in Southeast considerablyImproved John Huddlcston a wealthy farmer of Muhlenburg county dropped dead at Central City Dr Zadoc Kohn Grand Rabbi of the Central Consistory of Israelites in France died in Paris Tho grind jury at Evansville returned 500 indictments against saloon men for operating slot machines Pat Crow who has been on trial at Omaha on tho charge of shooting with latent to kill a policeman Was nc quitted Capt Carter B Harrison n brother of tho late President Benjamin lIar rison died nt his home near Murfrcos bore Tenn Leo McNally a young football play er of Bridgeport Conn died from In juries received while playing on Thanks giving Day Will Bullock 20 years old of Orange burg died from hemorrhage of thejaw An abscess developed after having n toothextracted The formal dedication of the Pennsylvania monument took place at Amlcr sonvillc Ga Coy Pcnnypacker delivered an address The Reading Railroad Company has decided to discontinue issuing passes Similar action has been taken by tho Norfolk and Western Eight masked men captured and locked up two night policemen Reading Mass then blew open and robbed tho safe of the Mechanics Bank The coal car shortage is being seri ously felt in the mining districts of Southeastern Kontucky Southwestern Virginia and Northeastern Tennessee Gov Ionnypaekor of Pennsylvania accepted on behalf of his State the monument to the 100th Pennsylvania Volunteers on Orchard Knob near a 100 indictments against Fletcher Ferguson charging him with selling liquor contrary to law have been stolen from the Edmonson county courthouse at Brownsville Mrs Philip Vaughan was shot and killed in hor bedroom at Culpupor Va by her fatherinlaw John J Vaughan who then committed suicide by shooting No motive is known for tho tragedy The towboats Raymond Horner and Charles Brown were struck by a storm near Hawoeville and lost 32 barges of coal The coal fs valued at 120000 and tho barges nt 61000 No lives were lost The 210 list continues to grow Miss Idaho 2091 by Nutwood Wilke Is the attest addition The perform ance was made in the fifth heat of a winning raco at Los Angeles a couple of weeks ago At a meeting of representatives of 13 colleges and universities held in New York a resolution to abolish intercollegiate football was beaten by a substitute amendment to reform tho rules of tho game Thomas Walker an old Federal soldier and w oll known man of the Ball Town community of Washington coun ty was found dead by the roadside He was at Ball Town the evening be fore It is supposed that ho fell from the mule ho was riding and suffered With but one guard whom he picked up on the way Capt M II Gammon Warden of the brahch State prison at Pctroa Tenn after n circuitious trip of over 40 miles escaped a threat ened mob nnd landed three convicted murderers in the jail at Knoxville Tenn Tho suit brought by J R Mount of Lancaster against tho L N Railway Company for damages because or- an alleged injury sustained by Him in falling from the steps of a passenger coach and suffering a severe lameness resulted in a verdict for tho plaintiff in the amount of 400 Failed All efforts havo failed to Und u better remedy for coughs colds and lung troubles than Foloys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals tho lungs and prevents serious results from a cold JN Patterson Nashua Iowa writes Last winter I lad a bad sold on my lungs nnd tried at least half u dozen advertised cough medi cines and had treatment from two physicians without getting any benefit A friend recommended Foleys Honey and Tar and two thirds of a bottlo cured me I consider it tho greatest cough and lung medicine In the world Pennys Drug Stow guileFromThe town of Washington awhile And give the land a rest HUSTONVILLE F M Sims proprietor of Olympian Springs Is hauling lumber with which to build eight or 10 nice cottages which will be completed In time for the com- Ing season At the Relchenbach sale Saturday corn in crib sold at 180 Live stock and farm implements brought fair pric es A good crowd considering the bad weather was present- Arrangements are about completed for an attractive entertainment at Ai corns Opera louse Christmas week the full particulars of which will be giv en later D ftit miss It Rev S B Lander will preach at the SundayIthe Lost Tho evening will be devot ed to a Christmas service The Casoy county court has leased the turnpike roads of that county and all toll gates are down and out for the present at least thus avoiding long delays for free roads and toll gate raid ersVeritable Santa Claus depositories are the stores of Mrs McCarty and Wm Wheat at Mt Salem Their displays excel all previous efforts and their enterprise deserves a liberal pa tronageSupt Garland Singleton visitedall tho schools of the West End lost week and his numerous friends here gladly welcomed him Val Morse and Jones Baughman are visiting Miss Jennie Claxton Louisville Another good gas well was struck at Mt Salem on Friday at a depth of 66 feet This is encouraging to property owners there who should either form a home company or lease to some compa ny that would develop the territory ful ly which would nccessitote going to a depth of at least 1000 feet as the strikes made are only seeps from low er reservesC has begun break ing his splendid crop of hemp F M Poavyhouse Sons will ship to Louisville this week about 5000 pounds of their splendid crop of tobacco for which they have been offered n good price These gentlemen are expert handlers of tho weed and their crops bring top prices Their next shipment will be made Feb 1st J W Lockridge the stave king and former citizen was a guest of Hotel Wcathcrford Saturday Miss Nettie Co gan will spend the winter on the Gulf Coast slopping after the yuletide at Birmingham to visit relatives W D Stagg and family of Liberty desiring to take advantage of our educational facilities will move this week to tho property of Hiss Bcttie Logan They will be gladly welcomed to our cityJames Reid sold Sam Harris 20 1150 pound cattle at Ic Cownn McCor mack sold to M E Allen 21 800poUnd butcher cattle at 3c They alsoshipped a car of butcher stuff to Cincinnati Fri day D C Allen and Y W Burton shipped each a car of cattle and hogs to Cincinnati The aggregate sales and shipment of cattle from this vicinity in the past 30 days is 1421 with a good supply of feeders nnd an abundance of feed on hand Ours is not only a cattle producing locality vicing with the best but we haw a horse and mule raising country that is attracting the largest sugar and cotton mules and horse buyers of Georgia Alabama and Mississip pi to our place for good stock Three buyers tho past week from the South have made a number of purchases C T Bohon bought of W C Floyd 25 good cotton mules 10 from William Burton of Garrard 15 from Fox Co at prices ranging from 125 to 160 Al so a pair of broke mules from J P Riffo for 280 nnd a number of horses from various parties ranging in price from 100 to 160 Mr Bohon having moved to his stock farm near Lebanon willcontinue his purchases of mules and horses in this locality and requests his friends to drop him a card or call him up when they have stock in his lino for sale In Mad Chase Millions rush in moll chase after health from ono extreme of faddlsmto another when if thoy would only eat good food and keep their bowels regu lar with Dr Kings New Lifo Pills their troubles would all pass away Prompt relief and quick cure for liver and stomach trouble 25c guaranteed at G L Penny Stanford LynoDros of Crab Orchard A Washington dispatch says that Booker Washington paid his respects to the president but If the president paid his respects to Booker by eating pos sum and sweet testers the fact does not appear Teddy has learned a great deal In the last few years Frankfort Journal Ten persons were killed and 11 train employes and eight passengers injured in a collision between a limited passen ger train and a freight on the Union Pacific near Rock Springs Wyo i r Td Christmas Goods IN PROFUSION W t ore now ready for tho Holiday shoppers with more than double the stockever shown in Danvillu in the richest and most exclusive designs ofrJewelry Watches Diamonds Cut Glass Silverware Goldfjlled nnd Solid Gold Goods Handpainted China mill Hundreds of other Novelties ami Works of Art and merit The Beauty and Richness of our goods could not ho better illustrated than by the repetition of n remark made byu distant customer JcstercluJIIr would come 15 miles to see this store just for tho pleasure of seeing it Such expressions are heard every day and we thor Highly appreciate this spirit of goodwill and manifested gratitude in our giving Central Kentucky the greatest store in tim State Bear in mind that we Engrave Name or Initials Free of Charge r upon every article we sell Seven grand prizes are offered FREE to those guessing nearest the number ot seeds in the big pumpkin on display in our window First prize Fine Hand Engraved 14 Karat Solid Gold Watch Fitted with 15 Jewel Elgin Movement Optical Department If your eyes bother you consult our optician No charges HUGH MURRAY i Danville Kentucky Winter Goods r Lap Robes Storm Aprons Blizzard Fronts Meat Cutters Sausage Stuf fers Lard Cans Butcher Knives and Hog Box Bottoms Carriage Heaters sl lS W H HIGGINS I STANFORD KY JTTh f S H ALDRIDGE The Tinner Plumber Furnace and Pump Man can furnish you any size shape or price handmade Stove Pipe that you may want See him S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky ATTENTION The place to buy Staple and Fancy Groceries Cakes Candies Fruits Vegetables best makes of Hardware Tinware Qucenswnro Blacksmith told Wngon Makers Supplies Sewer Pipe Salt Etc Complete stock best goods satisfactory prices George Ds Hopper Stanford Ky r- fr The Interior Journal E C WALTON Ex SPEAKER KEIFEK who was raised from the dead in Ohio and re turned to Congress after an interim of 20 years declares that ho intends to bring in a bill to reduce the number of Southern Representatives in Con gress whenever the whites of that re gion rob the Negroes of the suffrage and that ho will insist on the passagi of the measure This has been Representative Crumpackers speciality but when it comes to this species of demagogy he will find that ho is no match for tho veteran exSpeaker But while the proposition was Indorsed in the Republican national platform or which President McKinley was nomina ted neither he nor any other Republican statesman of influence has over made an earnest effort to realize it in the legislation of Congress fho shrewdest Republican politicians have no notion of endangering their Congress sional representation in the North by a warfare of sectionalism in a futile at tempt to reduce the representation of the South rrSYLVE5TER LAMB recently elected to the State Senate from Toledo 0 as an independent is the envy of the Leg islature The Senate is a tie between the democrats and republicans and Mr Lamb holding the deciding vote can get anything he wants He has been offered everything in sight by each side to enter into caucus but ho refuses to join either Wouldnt there be picking for him if a United States Senator had to be elected which unfortunately there is not TEXAS in the fiscal years 1906 and 1907 will pay 900000 to Confederate veterans for pensions besides expend ing 154538 for the support of the Confederate Home Kentucky and other Southern States are aiding in making the last days comfortable of those who fought for the cause they loved and money could not be better expended TilE hanging of Mrs Rogers a fiend incarnate will raise a great howl and try over the country against capital punishment Hanging is about as poor a use as a human being can be put to but there are crimes that can only be even partially atoned by it and when they are committed women as well as men should feel the halter draw A ISPATCR says that Gen Basil W Duke headed a delegation of Louisville republicans to Washington to ask that Postmaster T H Baler of Louisville be reappointed Shame on the old ex Confed HON REED EMBRY of the Danville News and Representativeelect of Boyle has announced for Judge Payn ter for U S Senator and gives a col mn or so of good reasons for doing so POLITICAL Peyton Randolph has been appointed postmaster at Vanhook Pulaski county Col John B Thompson of Harrods burg will probably be a candidate for governor Senator Gorman was reelected chair man of the United States Senate minor ity caucus The House voted an appropriation of 11000000 toward the construction of the Panama canal Much opposition is in store for the proposed 11000000 appropriation by Congress for the Panama canal Senator John H Mitchell of Oregon died at Portland as the result ofa hem orrhage which followed the extraction of four teeth A delegation of 225 representative men qf Oklahoma has arrived in Wash ington to push the Statehood bill in the new Congress Representative Hopkins of the 10th Kentucky district has been decided Upon as the Kentucky member of the Democratic Congressional Committee- W M Howard defeated democratic candidate for Representative in the LaurelRockcastle district served notice of contest on James G Yadan republican I Confederates at Washington have adopted a resolution thanking the Pres ident for his recommendation that neg lected of Confederate soldiers be given attentionIIt is believed Secretary Shaw is giving serious thought to the question of making temporary deposits in some ofI the banks of the larger cities with a view to relieving tho financial situation Senator and Mrs McCreary arc dom iciledas last year at the Hotel CochI 1ran and arc decidedly the most sought guests in the house The Senator f was cordially received by the President a few days ago says a Washington dis t patchShackelford of Missouri and Lamar thetto agree with a crats of the committee in caucus at the last Congress is said to be the explana tion I Here and There R L Albright sold to Dr Hughes 25 acres near Crab Orchard for 100 Maj George Watts formerly of Mud ion county died at Alexandria La David Street rented to Thomas Ray his farm near Crab Orchard for 050 Denny Bros twayear old filly Val encia won a race at Los Angeles last ThursdayJas bought of James Robinson 18 yearling mules at 95 and eight at 90 Miss Maggie Scott was burned to death at Campbellsvillo by the explosion of n coal oil lamp The Federal grand jury at Topeka returned 24 indictments in connection with public land frauds Capt Samuel S Brown multi mil lionaire coal operator and wellknown horseman is dead at Pittsburgi M B Eubanks bought of John Spoon amore a pair of mules for 250 andof James McKcchnie a pair for 240 No official action whatever will be taken by the Senate relative to the death of Mr Mitchell of Oregon The Presidents yacht the Sylph is practically in quarantine because of the discovery of a case of smallpox on boardSamuel Epperson a merchant of Hen derson county was killed by the accidental discharge of a shotgun in storeAdmiral George Dewey and Gen Horace Porter were guests of honor last night at a banquet given by the Merchants Club of Chicago With liabilities amounting to 87000 and with only 287 in the treasury The Peoples Life and Accident Insurance Co of Louisville assigned The overalls factory of OBryan Bros Nashville was destroyed by fire entailing a loss of 75000 Lyles BlackCo were also slightly damag edThe Chinese Guilds at Hong Kong have drawn up a series of demands which they insist must bo granted before the antiAmerican boycott is de clared off Tho barn of John E Thompson who resides near Loretto Marion county was burned together with 17 young mules and a lot of feed The origin of the fire is unknown The estimated loss is 3000 There are 5000 fewer postoffices in the United States now than four years ago This might look like a decrease in the postal business but that is no the case for it is the rural free delivery routes that have shoved the little post offices out of business Deputy Sheriff Grant Holliday of Breathitt county was shot and killed at Jackson yesterday afternoon while endeavoring to arrest Jako and Jerry Noble Jake Noble was shot in the face by Holliday and is seriously wounded but probably will recover- MATRIMONIAL J HiKing and Miss Jennie E Tar ter will bo married at Moreland Thurs dayDudley E Denton and Miss Lena Smith prominent young people of Sam erset were married last week Willis Bishop aged 18 and Miss Clara Bishop 14 will be married today at W W Menefees in the East End There will be a double wedding in the Mt Xenia section Thursday but we are sworn to secrecy concerning names Parents of a young lady married at Eminence published a card of thanks to members of the Christian church who took time to attend and tho very efficient manner in which the minister performed the ceremony The epidemic of matrimony which has raged so fiercely fall all and made such extensive inroads upon this seasons crop of bachelors has added to its list another pair of victims Miss Lillie Peyton one of the very finest young women Middlesborough hM ever had the honor to claim and one Samuel Houston Fulkerson of more or less local and furrin notoriety Old Lady Rumor has been throwing out hints that these young folks were about to break out with matrimonialitis which we have heard is not as dangerous as smallpox really and it is definitely announced that the wedding is to take place next Thursday evening December 14 at the brides home Twentieth street and Amesburyavenue Middlesboro News Furious Fighting For seven years1 writes Geo W Bortman of Harper Wash I had i bitter battle with chronlq stomach and liver trouble but at last I won and cured my diseases by tho use of Electric Bitters I unhesitatingly recommend them to all and dont Intend In the future to Bo without them In the house They are certainly a wonderful medicine to have cured such a bad case as mlno Sold under guarantee to do the same for you by O L Penny Stanford Lyric Bros of Crab Orchard at 60c a bottleI Try them today MR PRYOR YOUNO assistant cashier of tho Commercial Bank of Liberty will retire from the institution about the first of tho year and move to Burn side and take the position as cashier of the Burnside Banking Company Mr William Hoskins of Casey county will succeed Mr Young with the Somerset Mountaineer CHURCH MATTERS- Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Lo gans creek or Halls Gap church at 11 A M Sunday Rev W C Swearer who is on his first furlough after seven years service in Korea reports n most remarkable movement towards Christianity among the Korean people Rev J 0 A Vaught received into the fellowship of the Methodist church Sunday 61 persons who during the late revival conducted by Dr Harney and himself signified their desire to identify themselves with his congrega tion Frankfort Journal e teeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HnrnessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY OfBce Phone 1ST nome PbooeSJ is L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsItugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give EighttSTANFORD KENTUCKY PUBLIC SALE of Real Etato and Personal Property HarliiK determined to quit farming will ut my furor two and one Inlt milts of IeadtlgfronaCmbOrchard honrotleoclockAxTLKHHAY MM W teal sell tho following described property The farm contains l7 jiuTvn a good dwelling of roouna n good burR nndothcr outbuilding mid n neverfalllntcwiJIln medical water and also tJI youiiKiipplu trmui In yard nod garden Most of lurm It Order Ctkh- ottollllllnd which Is known to bo tho leftcorn maid In tho Htati Thero are 12 acres of this land Howvd In wheat and the out thatbuy thu plnco will gut half of thowhratand U alto Rowed In gnus Thl fnrm Is convene lent topchool nnd churches and la a good neighborhood lion It F l1 No1 Terms on Ihitl taleOnwhnlf to Iu paid cathi remainder to run ono and two year with equal Installments heisting 0 per cent Interest from flute lulu to Iw retained on moneyIVrnonal extra milk cow M barrel of corn U shocks of fodder lwtltlllndlee of outs m chickens step cooking stove hentingtove6dlniilg room chairs goal n new rockers lot of other chain 7 l ed leads l sewing machine A harrow lot of farming tools nice dresser 8 carpets ta byes 3 safes lot of dlhc nod lamps and ninny other thing loo numeroiu to men thin Terms on personal projwrty will be Hindi known on An 1Ilrfnj to look lit thll flltll cull on lrN1lSItittatberhtrmorJ P Ohamller bI1lH14I1VI1ITT- Cal J Chandler duct THE COLUMBIA Greatcoat for young men is mightily well named Big louse garment with all the grace dill Bwaggernceu that belong in a young fellows coat The shoulders lapels front uudall the wcnrtelliug parts are hand work ed The manufacturers outdid them selves in the making of the garments but hardly did themselves justice in the price Weve pussedour advan tage on to you worth SI 2 Itis marked 910 W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky for Everybody and Shoes In our vast assortment of Shoes we feel sure we ought to suit EVERYBODY The Ultra 350 and the 3 for Ladies in the new swing lasts in Patent LeatherButton and Lace are fit for a queen Our cheaper Ladies Shoes from 150 to 250 are Stylish and Good The Manss and Walkover for 350fBlack Tan solid as iron at 3 350 4 and 450 The Hocker Bootee the best of all in different styles doubled from top to toe at 5 Cheap goods and Felt Boots in abundance 0000003IO O U OOOUOO U I H J MROBERTS STANFORDi tar PARKERS HAIR BALSA- MC1nadf fcontUVt hste I Itooota a JaiariM I NTtr hllo to BMtorB Orayl Hair to II Youthful t ItUUij btnJINM flea For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated lust ouulde of town limits on the Somerset pike louse hat 7 rooms kitchen sod ser rants room rood cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant IDI tbe yard and one for stock J P IIAILEY INSURANCEFire Accident Nonu but UIt HKHT Companies llepresentedUiweit Pos sible Ilntes l on Ilc ordUneoualfcd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky lltsldence Phone No- ssDaz1 Traylor DKALIR Id WHlsk Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc KYclosePrompt snl attention Ncthlnr tilt ibs tee bidet rUt cr UliEripb orders iscslr liomptsttintloD HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I de lre to wll prlvalolv my hotel proper ty and livery tll 01111 Ing can lie as hotel or prlvatervnldimco and Is w llarranK d for two bliilms t etnlie and Is In gas ripalr Plenty water at barn nod hotel If hotiee Is not sold Jan let will rent It for onw llIr- JlouoIlIltIIMlrllllllr ctFor turtherllurtiin- afar Oraded Hchool district cull on or addre- nl CAIUJoNTtH 11uIIOlWIllI Ky EXTENSION I In order to make room for coming goods wo will enlarge our store nt once but we want to move tome of our goods quick andwill give some good bargains Latest style in rugs carpets and furniture Call and tee us Livery Millinery and undertake ingPruitt BrothersMoreland Ky T Do You Want a Home If SOWD Gnu furnlnh you one any kind roil want Wu liuvo for sain n great ninety of furuedweliiug houses business houses and business propositions If You Want a Farm irlto us what kind of n place you are look- Ing for what size what Improvements when located how much you nor willing to Invest and any other a rttnent Information VII have taro of nil sizes character nod pried and wu anti certain to Interest you If you aru on the market A postal card will bring you one of our printed lists OENTRAL KY HKAf KHTATK 00 R KYoc President Lebanon Ky SHOES for every Foot and r T x1t t t tr J Holiday Presents r Wo have exhibited nice Jfoliday Displays before but none that come pare with the one wo now ask you to inspect Watches Fine Jewelry Sit ver Novelties and Silver Tableware iFirm JlnmMainted China Cut Glass ftc Etc High Quality Goods at Low Prices Come nml ho convinced j t W H Mueller fT J Watchmaker and Jeweler r7E STANFORD KENTUCKYif 1A i t iKrxt tj r IJ Holiday Goods SANTA CLAUS Wagon has overturned and the entire loud is now on display at PENNYS DRUGSTORE rho load includes tome beautiful things suitable for Holiday Gifts and you are cordially invited to mnko a visit for inspection t IJQJE3QOQE3 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky New Plaid Silks We have just received o new lino of very swell plaid iilklt for wftist Something not eliOwn in this market before Ono pattern pft cnclrkind 76e 81 and 8135 per yard y v 1rINSPECT the lino of Christmas GooJs at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS A G EASTLAND of Loulsvill M SAUFLEY is up from Iout a tow days hereiWM SEVERANCE was in CorlJln on business W S llURCH rheumatism is threatened with E D KENNEDY has secured a position at Lakeland Asylum MRS Louist ADAMS of Cincinnati is with Mrs J S Owaley Jr IRVINE NEWLANU is now drummer a fur J H Boonun livery stable MR H D PHILLIPS has been at Mt Vernon doing carpenters work MRS MILDRED BEAZLBY of Lnncnf ler is visiting her children hero Miss BESSIE DKNIIAM of Williams burg in with Mrs W It Denham MR JAMES T CARSON was hero Sat unlay selling our gcnta sisterI Mit W C SHANKS is with his Mrs H K Bourne at New CnsUeI 1 MESSRS I A POTTER and W C Boone were in Somerset last week JESSE F COOK of Lexington II hero looking after his farm interests Miss ELLA MAY NEWUAND camo over from Danvilla Sunday to visit her moth cr I JAMES T MKNEPKK leaves Thumb for Now Orleans to resume his position there Qt MRG B COOPER and son Jamc f Cooper were in Louisville Friday and f Saturday t Miss NruE WARREN is assisting W Wr VB McRoberts during the Christina a trix season MESSRS BUD DUNN and Jake Collins i look of Ing for catlliMESDAMES G It WILKINSON and S G Elliott of Liberty were hero shop ping lest week MR P W GliKKN and wife of Lex Ington are visiting at Hotel Weather ford Hustonvillu MISSES JOSEPHINE SANDIDCJB and Suo Taylor Knglcman spent last week with Miss Ophelia Chancellor MR FRANK WILKINSON and wife or Burgin spent several days with Mr Ed Wilkinson and family HEV L M OMER U in Union count visiting relatives but will be home In time to fill his pulpit Sunday OLUB MURPHY of Rowland has se t cured a job of breaking on tho C boo r tween Danville and Chicago arrived at tho A L1TTIB daughter has t home of Mr and Mrs L W Fish Hci name U Clara Doty Elizabeth Fish who travels the MR A T NUNNELLKY Star State for Harbison Gath 1Lune1 Louisville is hero with his pat tittll W T WRST R II Bataor MESSRS Duncan of Lancaster at Malian tho burial of Mrs Martha Da S A WALKBR of Garrard i hero while his brother Mr W 0 c Walker is killing bear down in 11151 ytitssi pL and little son t v MRS J S CoRWBR f ave returned to Lebanon Junction of- her parents Mr and Mrs ter a visit to fB P Martin of tho MayJOILV G LYNN fMElsns nndJ 1l Collier of Cral f KOrchard are at Martinsville Ind try J lnJt to rid themselves Oj rheumatism r ltn CIJAnLES TINSLKY atcnographc I ref the Federal court oOico at Coving Ii ton attended tho burial of Mrs Mar Urn Davison He Is a great friend off Judge G M Davison i MRS T C WILLIS and little dmigh from visit tohomo atf tcr Nancy aro fi relatives in Richmond Mr and Mrs of Hustonvillo who were J C Neal f called hero by tho death of their sister Mattingly have re inlaw Mrs Mary Jessamine Journal Ir formerlyMofI Is minglinjtwith late Champ Carter who was ts n or the court somoLincoln county ic1erl of tho hou Oanowoccupied who by CountyClerk Cooper LOCALS 3 STANFORD souvenir spoons at Mud Iu 1ers Da er forget the Craig 900ch sale ext Thursday 14th CALL and see our lino of Xmas pros cnta Tribble Pence BrAUTIfUL lino of pocket knives just received P G Warner Son WANTEDTo exchango lumbcrlaUIS and fencing posts for com P M Con der Crab Orchard A croAK suit skirt or furs bought at our December clean up solo means a saving Severance Son FOR KENT Storeroom we now occupy Possession Jon 190C Desti tSoncomes n se lection of high class jewelry in rich do signs is found at Muellers in abun danco and at right prices EXCHANGE OR SALE 130acro gool improved farm in Mercer county for n farm near Hustonville W T Ewing real estate agency HarroddbUrg Ky THE music class of the Graded School with the assistance of some of tho other pupils will give n Christmas enter tainmcnt Wednesday evening Dec 20 Tile ladies of the PrPryterianchun made 75 on their bazaar held In the old Commercial Hotel building Satur day They sold almost everything In dock Tin ladles of the fistchurch wl1 have a bazaar and exchange Saturday 16th in Odd Follows building cornel Main and Depot streets All aro Invited to call A LITTLE son ofJames or Rowland was badly burned Saturday morning by his clothes catching frog tho grate The little fellows condition is critical STORE RouuruCrntoTatters store it Morcland was broken into Saturday Tight and robbed of 9 a lot of bacon lour etc An effort is being rnado tc locate the guilty party TATEH Leo Tate sheriff of Rock astlo county and mighty clover man died at Mt Vernon after a long illness Ho married a sister of Squire W D Vallin of tho East End PROF HAROLD KIRON eminent clair oyant and palmist of Now York fame Is visiting Stanford by special request lead carefully his advertisement which ippcars In another column LADIES dont forget to meet Mclnz reserve man at W Higgins next Thursday Chase Sanborn will servo hot Moca aad Java coffee Kenton tracker Co will furnish cakes BELLE SUTTON colored died at her homo in Columbus 0 and tho remclns vcro brought hero and interred Sunday She was n daughter of Walker Sutton was 28 years old and died of consump lion AT tho sale of bank stock belonging to tho estate of Columbus Bishop do ceased yesterday Lincoln County National Hank stock brought 51CO to 151 Fit National Bank stock 130 June ion City Bank stock 100 MESSRS J W PEIUUN and R L Warner will consolidate their stocks and do business together under the firm lamo of Pcrrin Warner As both of tho gentlemen carry big stocks of groc cries queens ware glassware stoves etc they will havo n daisy store to supply their customers from when they hey get together FIFTEEN fiddlers participated in the Old Fiddlers contest at McKinney Saturday night Tho first prize was wbn by T J Edwards of Casey 2nd by Vrmsptcad Dawson of this county 3rd by Larkin Hicks of Brodhcad 4th by Vnrrcn of Pulaski Tho young fid die m contest was won by Jesse Ed rnrds of Casey A big crowd was present and everybody had u good time HORRIBLE Robinson Cook seven earold son of Mr Will U Cook of ancaster was shot in the eyo and ably fatally wounded by his young or brother Valentine who innocently took tho pistol from where it was kept nnd fired it at his brother Dr Grant or Louisville was sent for and ho removed tho eyo and later took Robinson to Louisville to probe for the ball which lodged in his head It was a horrible ccidcnt and much sympathy is felt for the parents in their trouble SILK LINED KID GLOVES For LiiditjS ana Gentlemen These nro fitmiathjug new arc Vr fV crviccnllg find comfortable The kid wears well and the silk lining innkce them warm Como let us show you Tho prices are 1 8126 and 8150 FROM now till myline of hats will go nt cost Misses Straub SEE V11 Muellers big selection or jewel boxes brushes combs mirrors otc I HAVE received n consignment oCthe genuine Virginia saddles J C Me Clary HOMINY Buckwheat flour kraut nnd all kinds of fruit for the holidays at T D Nowlands FOR RENT Cottage near depot just vacated by Capt Richards Posses slon at once P P Nunnelley THE ladies of the UuplistAld Solciety aro requested to meet in the Odd Flows building on Friday 15th at 230 P M Cifirisr candieshave arrived Young men we have fancy boxes or candies for the yomg ladies W II Higgins TUB teachers the Stanrord magisterial district will meet at tho Graded School building Saturday Dec IGth at 10 A M G Singleton supt Fon SALE One house 2 fnmily horses 1 cow carriage 1 buggy 1 buckboard and somo household and kitchen furniture Apply at once to J K VanArsdale FOR SALE House and 16 acres or land one mile south of McKinney on Middlcburg pike property of Mrs Lucy Lewis For terms apply to J F Cash Turncrsville CEDARCREEKThere will be an en tcrtainmcnt and Christmas tree at Scar Grove school house on Saturday Dec 23 beginning at 1 v M Everybody invited to come and bring pres ntsREYNOLDSJames Frank Reynolds aged 44 died in the Wnyncsburg section last week Ills friend M G Reynolds left at this office yesterday n splendid tribute to him whIch will ap pear next issue JOHN P JONES of Stanford was in tho city his week looking for a dry goods store Mr Jones expressed him self as being well pleased with tho city and would probably como if ho could find a suitable roomSomerset Journal Tim teachers thou Graded School enjoyed their visit to the Lancaatc Traded School Friday afternoon and feel well benefited as well by their trip Each of our teachers spent an hour In tho various school rooms and they speak In complimentary terms of tho mnnnci In which tho Lancaster school is con noted Prof Ireland made an excellent talk of 20 or 30 minutes and Prof W C Grinstead of Danville also ad dressed the school for a brief period A number of tho high school student companied tho teachers as did Trustee and Mrs H J McRoberts DAVISON Mr8I thaFletcher Du vison relict of Mr Ed Davison died at- ti oclock Friday afternoon after sew eral weeks illness of a complication of troubles which begun with grip Sho was 70 years old and was n Miss aughan sister of Mr Geo Vaughan cccascd A devout member of tho Methodist church a consecrated good woman an indulgent mother and most repent neighbor it was Well that she was spared to a ripe old age Tho fu icrat services occurred at tho lato home at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon after which a largo crowd followed the remains to Buffalo cemetery where all that was mortal of tho good old mother was laid to rest to await the resurrection morn Tho funeral services were onductedby Rev P J Ross and wore peculiarly appropriate Mrs Davison h survived by the folldwing children Judge George M Davison Mrs J C lorcncc Thomas Davison Miss Lizzie LoIganmother to tho grave n number of years shortly before Mrs Davison lapsed to unconsciousness she called each of her children to her and spoko to them words that will ring in their cars for lime to come They were words of encouragement and counsel just suchus night have been expected from the godly woman the deceased was Sho has gone to a rich reward may those who are left behind emulate tho excellent example she set during her long sojourn on earth r u1Yt WINTilE colored teachers will havenjolnt magisterial meeting in Stanford Saturday Dec IGlh beginning promptly nt P M G Singleton supt IN tho county court yesterday will of Viney Green colored was pro bUSI1nessrefused distillers license on the ground that his quart house situated in a pro hibition district WILLIAM WARD charged with killing Henry Pattison at Arnolds livery sts bleat Lancaster about two months ago was indicted by the grand jury at the present term of the Garrard circuit court for murder in the first degree The case was adjudged unbailable Ills trial is set for today Judge M C Sautlcy of this place will assist in the prosecution J L Jarvis sold to F Reid a milk cow for 10 FOR SALEI toIHiirmof KSacm gootl Muu grnn mid Imrco Inndhnil ucrrs of lump on It thll yeiir the Imlixnco In Krnn Knrm one lilliI from Iluntnnvllle land odtolua lkn hou of room kitchen bock torch nml cUtir nor kitchen lint mw ImrnffiXtfwt Yor UTIIH apply to J H MclIAIiniJK- Jluttonvlll Ky Stockholders Meeting A nuttliifi of tin stockholders of tlio Int National Hank of Htnnford will ho hold ot thvlr tanking houw the second Tuesday III Jnnuary n w for tho purpose of vltctlni illrtctori foryearJOHN Uacbler Stockholders Meeting A ineetlnc of the stock holderi of the Xa loud ItankofUiuionrllle will IR held lit their banking hoii t In Iltutonvlllw till MC end Tuiwlay January rrcn Iwtwitn ant IS AM for tho purpose of electing dire tori to verve the viiKtilnu JW lioeKrnaah- terStockholders Meeting A trotting of the stockholders of the Iln coin County National Hank of Htnnford will lit held nt their Uinklnx house tho MCOIII Ttii lIIln January Hurt for till pnrK of ulectlng director for the tluulnu year WM HllHlIlT Cashier PUBLIC SALE Aa admhilatrutnr of Craig I Hooch I will nt his tutu nllclfiice near HlbertM Urwl Iollullllcoln county on TIIUHHDAY HKC II U4 nill lit outcry hlsx rsannl proixrtj coniliUnit principally of t work mil rail limn mill a yearling cattle I rnlviM S helfern i sown nod shouts treks of hay shocks of fodder vultlvn tor corn planter twine limiter hay ruke wheat drill plow cutting harrow Ac J U IAXTON AdnUnUtrator CELEBRATED Clairvoyan t And Palmist OF NEW YORK Is Visiting in this City by spe ci requestTo prove his wonderful Powers he will give special Readings 50c For 1 WeektIUlo- utnakingasingle ciilectlnn ho tells who you urew hear for what youcanie Jr Klron H u Kcntlemnn wonder ully Kitted tho most refined need trot henl ato to 011 Ills oserhlt medlunuhlp III lerlted through unnvriitlons he lint victory over uhi others truthful prcdtci Ions f you would know till future a ml IlIcctIrulln liiulneiis iKculiitlonn love nml nil things do not full to see in no matter vluit your tMt urieucewlth clarlvoyuntu Leon will trent honestly Ifins nro not MitlslUU It will ifter rrndingvna He Ullsyou how toOrtT win the man or woman you love how to ontrol thOM you with even rodeo invny fell to remove domestic troubles health reties tleIrlnkhnbttrestoresto cure locatenthe upnmttliln ohi estates oaior bdlllculttSthint ssAutord- ollvnndMuhdny KyerytUlnK conp Mars You melt no conIIIIOlltlloCIl1 at Nunnvlley brlchor on Lancaster occupied by Qeo rwndletonTakB Prof Klrons chnrKCSi will ttftvr next Monday l eo istltltlvoly tue tl tu Fine Linen Covers Scarfs Theo will appeal to the lowers of fine haud drawn line- ngoodfable covers at 817C 260 84 mill 8150 Drew scarfs at ilTC to SJ The work is done by Japanese artists and it is well done j i Great Bargain In Underwear Mens Heavy Fleece Lined 35c Per Garment the Kind that Usually i5h Cost You 50 Cents CUrIrI INS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky holiday GooDS I at mesa Before buying your Xmas gifts it will be to your interest to inspect our stock of suitable presents We have a large and carefully se lectedline of goods bought at low prices and we know we are in a position to save you money on your purchases An elegant line of Furs Two handle Umbrellas the newest thing Hand Bags Galore Toilet Sets Jew elry a Large Assortment of Neckwear Etc Greater bargains represented in our 5 and 10 Cents Department than ever before shown in Stanford Call and inspect our goods and we can show you better than we can tell you of the many things that we have for sale and the great bargains represented in the same L M HUBY CO Dry Goods and Notions Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky ia t ar 1i t h Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Compan- yStanford Ky No Siaill farm S7 acm mtlca from bun ford Uouieof fuurgood rooms back porch and veranda hood turn other building good repair Cut In ilx field well fenced acre In one ten In fruit treea Teat In rau Ilou htatcemmlaatoterIasllat bargain and can be IOld al bargain Close to school and ehurch Price 188 acre Land adjoining told for gtoant Hi Tbltliabirxiiu No 63 382Oacmolcwalandtlmlwrland loci etl la lorr Nunl on Sine C tributarvof the Notlb Fork ot Kentucky river Four Tlr of coal varying In thlcknen from SJ leet to alx fevt Hirer to the mouth above creek Araiboadtasurroyedwithin thrc mile of ulil property the oak etc Title perfect Wilt Mil or exchange on easy term No 69A nlco twoitorr eight room frame In SIn lorI JIM t11 good cella- rwltbcouereteaoorgood garden well In kitchen rents forEl ermonth- a Thedae111ngreobfore1Spermonth This prop erty ii In good repair can for 310u No 4JtVm 875 atrea ipknilld blacgrau land In Lincoln county Two nory 9 rooia tone reslJf 3 tenant bonus barn room for OTer 200 head of ttock and all other outbuildings all In Close to church achool poitoffic rilUuedanti In eood celghboroood 400 eerie In cuIUraUon rftt In grau and etc Thla Is an deal country home u all canTenlenm place csioe etc wt red with U never letting Price reasonabl- eNobt9O cre ollnd one mile Irom Somerset Kycutln even fields Forty acre In cultlva tlon 40 acne In paiture balance In timber Dwell Inc oontalni Mwn room barn find all nee outbuilding Fences and buildings In splendid Meary repair Well Price 52800 No 28160 am of land In Ford county Kai six mll from Arianiai river Beventypereoflatiis rlrer bottom li aret land in gnu laud la tot tale 1oreachango tarn In Lincoln county Three good dwellings 8goodbernsandother out buildings house tarn etc C8 ter of 100 acres All on county rod tnlle from church school and posto lce Lara well aud well watered Thli II a good tobacco farm and would suit two or thrre forallle that might want to come atoryframedwellingofiaroomstwo Price reasonable necessary shop fiOx0 and ibrdi lull length or shop and fuel wide Tills properly will b sold it a very low price No tA turn of acres four mile from Bun ford on bet In the county well watered fencing Od dwelling fronu pike all necessary Atiillnn A blue grass farm and only 20 mlnutei drive from county teat Owner ol lice lirnx adjoining this has recently refuted 113 oer acre Wo offer this at M750- Ko MFlfty acre near Plraaant Point Hy Frame house 3 rooms cod Barn and other outbuilding 8 acres In cultivation rot in Urn bee Well yardi from postoffi wMboo endeburch b11 well oa Ilke and In 1100 cow umalty 1r1cel650 boulIHltwohigh nap of cultivation urn land good fencing fruit etc Price 13750 an acre No A nice farm at lilglllaniICwelt In rov- 3wellwateredetc Price hoo 7t 262 actes of land on Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about vi acres In timber and rest In grass Urge new frame dwelling also an old dwelling on place A new tam and two old ones It is well watered anl the fencing Is Rood On public cowl Price tiouo No it 150x100 acres ol cotton land In Mlsslsslpp There Is no section of country which offers so man opportunities for profitable Investment as the Usals1 slppl Is now fitly described as Prosp- erltyValley The timber It beCOming more valuable the time for the reason that lumber IIOlle from the North where the supply ol timber Is las are constantly Increasing their pur I chasesottlmberlanlslntheSouth w lien the tin beds removed the land Is for agricultu rat rurpo es It will product a bale of cotton to th e acre or will crow ao other klnl of crop reined In the temperate zone The soil needs no fertilisers gives a yield which cannot be excelled taxes are low II Ih title Is perfect and the mm who buys Delta farm 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 11000 acres to the tract and prices from sa per acre to 3e6 per acre according to location etc re authorized by the company who owns these lands to state that as other ponies are considering the ot these lands that we otter these tracts ectlopriorsitewithdrawal from market or change n price however when notified aathey will hold any tract out of market long enough purchaser la make an Investigation About i jjooo acre of this land has been sold by the Com pany since we received this option for further par Iculars call abut office No Mi farm of 105 acre in ear county Ky One and one tslf torj dwelling with six rooms barn and other outbuildings Sixty acres In cultivation 45 acres In timber fruit trees eta well on county mid close to church school etc Price only 10 Alan a 69 barrel mil In Mercer county Kyon Salt River Steam power now up to In every particular and dwell Ing with Improvements 20 acres ot fine land clow to Southern railroad Price to 000 Ko 19 90 acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap No 70 Four terra ofUnd and a nice one Iory ala room rime dwelling In McKlnn y Ky wale works In kitchen and family room Good barn and all arcenary outbuildings Place well fenc cod In good repair House alone ever JMO and II oomparatpely new and we only ask for the whole property Ho M Farm ol IIS acres in Casey county Ti a story frame dwelling two barns and otber outbuildings in good repair Splendid tobClO land and In good community A bargain at 19t0 No67 Farmof 113 acre In Casey county A new two story 8 room frame dwelling and old dwelling In lair voudlllon Harm and other outbuildings On county road splendid tobacco land well watered two wells spring etc Ibis bad ilrable home NceII641O No 6SFann of 73 acre near Wavneiburi Dwelling good brnto Well watered fencln in repair ProdUCUTO lime stoneland In good nelfhlxirbood close to and on good road Price f700 No Seven room dwelling good cellar and acrealand erer aUlell well nd prln Jndllg and outbuildings In fair condition seep place close to town will nlt a small family No 4Two story tram dwelling 7 rooms hall and veranda Good garden fencing and house In repair For sale or rent Price reasonable NolIOFrm of 160 acres situated near Kings vllle Ky acres In cultivation 89 la limberre In grass well watered two good barns and other outbuilding good repair Dwelling comparatively new is within 800 yards of tore churches school posloOc and C 8 depot Property lies ct pike and county road and U the roost tam in that section Wa will sell the whole rarm eultpurchaerThLlscertainlycheapproperty to No 21 Dwelling of rooms with 20 acres land In Moreland stood barn and necessary outbuild Ings2 wells in ard splendid orchard and 2 acres la strawberries Immediate possession Price No 89Twoatoctsotpmds for sale For par Real Estate Ex Wnebur1Kycondition one watered ocrer tiling Spring Irln1600 No SSllaue and five acres of land in McKIa ney 1 Nrceasary outbuildings Fencing good and well watered Will sell this place on eaT 732J sera of good land six rooms twe story dwelling well watered good fencing Iiithe suburb of the city ot Stanford dOle to Grade school and churches This is desirable home Price reasonable Na874room frame cottage and one acre 0 land In Ky lArge barn smoke home Ac All buildings and fencing In good repat Price 1100 No joTea acre of land two story front rot tage seven room halls etc House Is new a good garden and orchard of l 4 acre fenclnll good two stablestbuggy boos smote house etc A good bales a good min 01 the place a goo crusher In mill it is run by nat ural power which Is a great economy aud the dim Is In good repair Wilt sell the property at a low figure or lease it 26 Frame hotel large rooms double verse 1Nohallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom street leet from hotel up stairs suits ble fordw log 2 nice cottage nicely furnished Alargegarden Vacant lot feet deep Allot this property lain London Ky and Is a fine chance fur someone to iiiske money PoprUlor has refused to rent property for IM per month On account of ill health of wife only reason for selling proprietor desire to exchange for farm In Lincoln county No aA nice four room cottage water It kitchen A good lure coal bouse etc and a good garden Price IIo 73A small Gem of 75 acre of good land located close to low n lrlce M2SO 35 acres in Allen county Ky on roll road and pike about 50 acres cultivated about 125 in timber and grass and about 150 In grass Timber on Is cut to 18 inches but will mako barrel timber sblng lea ties and cord wood enough to pay lot the place twice over A large part I fenc ed There are four dwellings ot 4 room each and one store ot two stories with room above has wells and springs of water Is in 3 miles of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 3200 Oneball cash Mouranddrlst Mill Anderson county Ky15 barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 years ago Steam and water power the latter 8 months of the year It U an up todate roller mill with burrs tor corn and meat bolt The engine Is of T years run U acres with the mill Including what is with the house of 5 rooms All for 6250 or SJ 500 for the mill and acres One halt cash lias fine trade No mill In 10 miles No jGrO acrrs of land near Junction Cltycut In seven fields 23 acres In tultlfaltuJJ rest In graw a nice orchard and one of the best grape bar hors In Kentucky Party sold papeAlast year Well watered and fencing good GlOM to and churches A twostory six room nine dwelling good barn cribs etc all In good repair Price SSZSO o8680 acres ol unimproved land In Iron ounty Mo Ij miles from Station oa Mountain route Will sell or exchange tot pertyin Unconcounty The Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky li7 tD GUiiRIJ Only Daily and Weekly Published at the Capital anti the only quo that ever took the Associated Press Reports has recently been enlarged and greatly improved It makes u specialty of LOCAL NEWS including that of the Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Court It is es pecially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 4 Send remittance to W P WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentu- ckyHOLIDAY GOODS My Stock is Large and Complete Choice Gifts for Old and Young Items too Numerous to Mention Call And Inspect W B MoRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD EVERYDAY Its ChridmasnextI Youll buy your gifts Tho night before As just last year You bought them nil And year before If you recall Twas just last year And year before You raised your f And sadly swore That if you lived Till this year you Would plan a different Way to do Youd have the whole Blamed mess put by Before this Christmas Day drew nigh But did you Nit Not you youll shop This year till Santa Makes you stop Youre ta near broke Today you know As what you were A year ago And next year Youll mix in the crush And make the same Old football rush Houston Post A Certain Cure for Croup When a child shows symptoms of- croup there is no time to expcrlmc with new remedies no matter how highly they may he recotnmcndc There is one preparation that can always bo depended upon It lias been In use for many yours and has never been known to fail viz Chamberlains Cough Remedy Give it Dud a quick euro Is sure to follow Mr- M P Compton of Market Texas save of it I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in severe case of eroub with my children and can truthfully say it always gives prompt relief JJ For sale by nil druggists Ray Vancttisch State service elUtorI of the Pueblo Col Chieftain broke the worlds typewriting record for both the 30 minutes and one hour test taking 2600 words during the first 30 minutes and finishing the hour with 4617 words The dictation was re eivcd over the long distance telephone from Denver a distance 120 mile The previous hour record 3830 words direct dictation was made by Paul Munter at Madison Square Garden New York November 11905 lectors Could not Help Her I had kidney trouble for years JJ writes Mrs Raymond Conner of Shelton Wash and tho doctors coultl nut help me I tried Foleys Kldn Cure and the veryflrst dose gave mo relief and I am now cured I cannot say too much for Poleys Kidm Cure JJ It makes the diseased kidney sound so they will oliminato tho pollens from the blood Unless they do this good health Is impossible lon rays Drug Store tAttorney General Mays of Kentucky has been notified by United States District Judge Cochran that Judge Cochran has called upon Attorney General Moody to represent him in the mandamus proceedings pending before tho Jnited States Supreme Court to compel Judge Cochran to remand the case of Caleb Powers to tho State court on the ground that the United State Circuit Court does not have jurisdl ion A Fearful Fate It is a fearful tutu to have to ondui the terrible torture of Piles I cat truthfully say writes Harry Oolsoi of Masonvijlo la that for Dliiu Heeding Itching and Protrudln Plies Bucklens Arnica Salve is tho- bost cure made Also host for outs urns and injuries 2So at 0IrPenny tanford Lyne Bros of Crab Uruh ntO Ah sweetest sighed ayoungman kneeling at the fcetof his dearest own does thou know what of all things Is arest my heart Really I cant say she sweetly ipiied but in this cold weather I should think it was a flannel shirt She was to practical that it broke the engagement Must tie Quick Pains In the stomach and attacks of- tho colic como on HO suddenly and ar IW oxtremoly painful that linmcdlat rollof must be obtained Thuro Is no necessity of sending for a doctor In- inch eases if a botlloof Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Dlurrhpo Remedy 18 ut hand No doctor can prescribe u better medicine For salo by all tigglsts Londons municipal indebtedness now 355000000 while the County Council is committed to further capital outlay of 105000000 This enormous expenditure is rendered necessary because Londons municipal management was until 1888 in the hands of reactionaries and corruptionists Twomen are dead one is dying and- two others are in a serious condition as the result of being overcome by the- fumes of coal gas in the tar paper mill of W H Rankin at Elizabeth N J q t Col William J Bryan was dlscussi OyamaIasked tho warrior MNo General answered tho Ncbrai kan but Ive been over one mar timesThey were talking of national instill tions Wo have an order here said the Mikado called the Samurai who fight and never give up No one has ever succeeded in getting the best of them Is there anything like it in your coup tryY Yes answered Mr Bryan bul we call them life insurance companies With such badinage they whiled the hours away Portland Telegram When you want a pleasant laxatlv take Chamberlains Stomach antI Live Tablets For stile by all druggi- stsUMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made nlmoi M Rood u new for a amount t can fix your umbrella better than the tram repairer and for leai money Dire mo a trial FRANK ATKISS Stanford NEW LIVERY STABLE BOBSS CLAn SOH inn JUNCTION CITV KY iMtClcm Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Trawling MOD Grain and lIar For Bale The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHU3AS3 Proprietor Electric Lights la every room Refurnished and under tntlr New Managem- entA S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over jrcRoberta Drug Store in the Oweley Building H F HILLENMEYER I SONS Blue Crass Nursorlos Lexington KY- OlTr for tile Knit of ItnSn full tock of fruit nod ornamental tree grape vines tiinrn KUt iiniill fruits rhuluirli hrul elf wo employ no iigPiit but soil direct to the planter CatulOKueon tippllciitton E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford eareJ H BOONE COe Proprietors fllYERY fiND FEED Stanford STfiBbE1 good Livery Service at Iteaionable fates Jail on us on Depot Street Also Dealers in Mai Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR ivory Food and Salo StaWo Lancaster Ky Iorscshcell fed and cared for Up to date rill at reasonable rates BD CARTER Successor 10 Bruce A Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANKOKD KY pedal attention to Commercial Men Your patronage if icicite Horse on commission took Ports In Connection RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY physicalmentaliwrjoaal DUffncttimi the true type of perfect manhood beallhyNaryaevelopmant aru mko Ilf4 worth llvlnff Hltneuk flea Prtrtlonsl cpl iinn end otliortruu Jui to over work mnking drug ti and other cauate hake rich healthy blood cod rrraln wasted DO- nelrlcelrroS women liooklctfrrfi Sic for with a gear ebtee torrrnndlt not curt or nchd rerren MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u rot SALE AT rCfNYB OKDO STOnE sTipWo whole narioii appear tAllow strictly forbid hunting lulling or any kind of trcs passing on our places And will prosecute violators to the toll extent of the law MM Kate Ador Itelchenbcch fir Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruonlgan Fred VonAllroau Fred llaumann Allred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mettle H llewe Ketchenbach Ohurlci Cumrotn Joe iiallnu A O Dunn S M Holme W E Amon W U Daugherty M J Hoffman D Klroore Peter W barter J Nevln Garter J E Bruce w P HhomtUer Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll P J Conn John 0 Oamenlich Bam Trnwbrlde AI Hoot Charles Eniiltn Prank Cordlor Mrs M Hayden Welch Peter Balmer John Meier Samuel LIndsay Jacob Gander Mri Alice Lytle David Stephens Mary noffmann L P Nunnelley JW Baugbman- Obrlitena Qrayion J O Carpenter r J h BARGAINS t A fow Bargains that will bo of interest to you when you coino to my store Moiia Overcoats SOfiO and up Boys Overcoats 8250 and up Men Suits 84 and up Youths Suits 8U 0 nail up Boys and Childrens Suits 81 nUll up Meaa 83 Corduroy Pants cut to 225 Mens 8250 Corduroy Taut cut to 82 Mens 82 Corduroy Pants cut to 8150 Mews 8150 Corduroy Pants cut to 8125 two pair Corduroy Kneo Pants for IOc Mens Duck Working Copts 81 Bed Comforts 75o nnd up Wo have just received n largo shipment of Silk Mulllcrs and Neckwear A complete lino of Shoes and Dry Goods Our motto Is To Sell tho Best Goals Per the Least Money Come see and IH convinced SAMROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Directors Deo Bright i9ccDIAMOND EDGE TOOLS the favorite toots of goodwork men Their all around goodncw ruts made them so nil ever used them them cant use any other kind il you to do the work HATCItCTS OIMLLt3 SAWS 8113 ml5 l71 GEORGE H FARRIS I IStanford KentuckyI First NationalSranforrf Kyi BankCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally eitablUbed a the Delimit Hank ot In 1IM tbeu reorganUed tti tile National Dank of Stanford In IBM and reorganized u- be First National ilaik ot Stanford U 181 having had praetltllr nn nnlnter rnplel cilitrnce fur 41 yer II II better supplied now with faellltlvi for transact lnc Dttilnew promptly and well than eves before In III long and bon rblo career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited CAPITAL J n Faitoc J 0 awlpr- S n Shank w0 Walker W Carter n Foster L O Ooocb W Il eummfa W M n L Hobblo w U Shank Are and who sweat You want bcA again Buccrmor to The Farmers Bank A Trutt Company and under same management oontluaotnlj for 16 year We YOUR BAN nopingucb bttilneii rulavion will prove mutually beneficial OffloBrs I J HOOKER Prods IT ItxiiMtit V Pies J J UoUOIlKKTS Obi W U wnAUSHAMt Chi r Held Utntlll 8 T tennis Btanford J Uotknr Stanford K It Tanner SloKlonay U U Kiruore Stanford MaltbmanIHanfcr4T Jai Robinson lIubble J H Itiazhnian Stanford J M Tnttu Stanford a K Tate Stanford I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ISTOCK 80000r j SOLICIT K- ACCOUNT Directors Officers a 81IANK President J B Paxton Vice 1rolJent W N UKIQHT Oubltl- w o WALHJH Alit Oasbla prepare for Xmas I CannelCOAL AND WOOD Wliito East Tounosco JelliroIIB G Tellico Mountain Ash Jcllico Barren I orkj PJ EDIllieftt Straw Millet Tiny Millet Straw nmothy Hay Mixed limy Corn Until Bran Shipstulf Big4 Mixed Barley BEST coW PKED ON TILE MARKETIligI Mixed Fowl Ground Corn Oats limn cold Barley for 7Cc per slick till dual Wo have n Crusher and can grind anything in tho feed liiie Give us your order before tho riiih A Merry Xmas with your bin fulluf Goal and Feed Wlrfi youIa Merry Xmiw L GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE I1Y WINDOW GLASS i AAT r WILL NCRAIGSDruggist and Optician Regular Sizes Kept In Stock Odd Sizes Cut to Order F tit