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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i rt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 27 1900 NO 73 Jt Its CLARENCE HOLTCLAW She was tho handsome Miss Mary Amon Atkint Her mum go occurri on Wednesday lut MATRIMONIAL- J W Carrier a widower und Miss Maude Lows wrro tnHrrlcd at HlKh nn Sunday GeorKU W Cable the novelist and Miss Eva C Stevenson of Lexington were married in Christ church Fhila dolphin Promise me If you arc not hanged you will bo my wife was tho request of Ahoy prisoner In Pennsylvania Jail- or u womun accused of murder At Somerset Ellis Gooch son of Judge K S Gooch and Miss Nancy KcddUh were joined heart and hand The bride is a daughter of Dr Reddish Rev 0 M Buoy performed tho cere mony Mm Iattie Enfrlemnn of Paint Lick widow of Butler ntiKlvmnn was mar rind last week to Walter Brown nlso of Garrard They will mako their t home In Dakota The bride Is well known here where she has frequently Visited Sho corresponded for this paper for several years 4 In Time of Foaoe In the first months of tho It u us In Japan war we hail n stroking example of the necessity for preparation and the early advantage of those who no to speak have shingled their roofs r In dry weather Tho virtue of prep aration has made history nnd given to us our greatest men Tho individ ual as well an tho nation should be prepared for any emergency fro you prepared to Hiiccetmfully cpmbat Uio first cold you take A cold can bo oti red muoh more quickly when treated os soon It linn been contracted and before It ems Income nettled In tho AVktcni Chamberlains Cough Kerne dy Is famous for UK cures of colds and It should bo kept at hand ready for Instant use Fur sale by Stanford Drug Co- Drawn by reports that Jesse FitzRer aid tho Negro murderer of Mrs Robert Uroughton would be hanged at Bar bourvillc Friday crowds of people from all over the county assembled there At two points coal mines had to suspend operations because tho miners all left for the scene It is not known why tho retort was circulated Fitz Kernlds case is now before tho Court of Appeals Had a Close Call A dangerous gurglinl operation Involving Uio removal if a malignant ulcer ns largo us my hand from my ildHKtWrs hip was prevented by tho application of Hucklcns Arnica Salvo says A C Stlokol of Mllotus W Va Ieralstont use ol the Salvo completely cured It Cures outs burns and Injuries IMS at Penn Druu Store Stanford Lyn Bros Crab Orchard Tho sudden appearance of E T Franks Collector of Internal Revenue fir the Second district of Kentucky on the political horizon as a candidate f- oP r the Republican nomination for Gov ernor has had tho effect of putting the camp of Republican leaders Into a state of consternation Agency dWe have scoured tho agency for thoOrlno Laxatlvo Fruit Syrup tho now laxative that makes tho liver lively purities tho breath cures head acho and regulates tho digestive organs Cures chronic constipation Ask us about It Pennys Drug Store Louis Shulley shot and instantly kill 1ed11 prominent merchant of Linton as a result of a card game lio then sought refuge in a mine and defied tho officers trying to arrest him A fearful storm held up a Fort Worth Denver train and it arrived at the former place five days late There was much suffering among the passen gers and There IHereformer postmaster of L mtsvlllc Is dead eelorThe express office and tho railroad station at Kayford W Va was looted and burned by robbers Dr Isaac E Atkinson one of the most prominent physicians of Bolt more died of pneumonia Richard Emmett Murphy aged 18 who began editing a paper at 10 killed hfmsclf at Kansas City Mo James Melton n prominent farmer of Cumberland county dropped dead ol heart trouble near Burkcsvlllo Between 50 and 100 persons living in various sections of Buffalo were poison ed by eating Ice cream puffs None will tile Tho United States Census Depart ment is nboutto commence an investigation of the statistics of crime in cluding the prevalence of lynching Several good strikes in the wildcat sections of Kentucky were the features of tho oil situation during the last week Tho regular developed fields did not show any marked activity The big sporting event of tho week will be tho annual struggle for su premacy on tho football gridiron boo tween the army and navy The match will bo played at Philadelphia next Sat urdayTwo million dollars additional each year will bo distributed through the Pittsburg steel district by reason of the increase in the wages of tho labor force of the United States Steel Corporation Three officers of the Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Co who were indicted on charges of grand larceny and for gery following the insurance invest gallon of a year ago are on trial in New York An American born on the wrong tide is tho description of himself given by Rev Charles F Aked of Liverpool Eng in expressing to a New York City congregation his pleasure over a call extended to him The depot and postoffice at Elk Ches ter on tho Southern railway seven miles from Versailles was broken into and the safe blown open Fortunately tho agent had removed most of tho cash from tho safe and the thieves secured only a dollar and a half in money and 400 stamps CHURCH MATTERS Thanksgiving services will be held at tho Methodist church at 1030 Thursday morning Dr W F Vaughan will con duct them Rev W A Bums of Lebanon Junc tion has accepted the pastorate of the Baptist church at Nicholosvilic and will take charge the first Sunday in DecemberNext morning there will be a special sermon at tho Christian church by Rev McLachlln of Shclbyvillc The sermon will bo in behalf of the C W B M work x The protracted meeting at the Bap tist church continues to grow in inter est Rev Coakly is a splendid speaker and delivers his sermons with telling effect to his good audiences Liberty News Services at the Christian church now begin at 7 instead of 715 r M Pray er meeting will commence at 615 Wed nesday evening in order that those who wish to may attend the entertain ment at the Graded School We are glad to see a decided inclina tion on the part of churches to increase their pastors salaries says the flap tilt Argus The cost of living has in creased and tho demands made upon the live pastor of today should insure increased salaries Tho members of tho Christian church at Danville ore delighted to learn that their pastor Eld H C Garrison who went to Hcndersonvllle N C for his health is doing nicely His docto- there gives encouraging reports con cerning his health More soap and water less cheap cologne and powder was the advice given tho Arkansas Negro Baptist convention at Tcxarkana by Rev E M Grlggs of Texas one of the speakers Resolutions adopted censure President Roosevelt for the colored troopers dis charge Happy for Life Great happiness came Wo the homo of S C Blair school superintendent at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was restored fromtho dread ful complaint ho names Ho says liMy llttlo daughter had St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment but grow steadily worse until as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say threo bottles effected a complete cure Quick sure euro for nqrvous complaints general do blllty female weaknesses Impover ished blood and malaria Ouar anted by Pennys Drug Drug Stan ford Dyne Bros Crab Orchard Price 60c NEWS NOTES City Recorder T II Swewart of Nashville blow out his brains Thomas Stout was hung at Lexington Friday for the murder of Sim Lee also coloredM Bcardcn a prominent mill operator at Fayetteville Tenn was drowned In Elk river The Now York Rapid Transit Com mission is to spend 125000000 for four new subways- In Texas a Negro accused or killing a doctor was Indicted tried and hanged all within three hours James Tlilbaut an aged sugar brok er was run over and instantly killed by a street car In New Orleans Tho gap which lies between the high school and collego is the subject of a conference of educators at Charlottesville Va- Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco denies tho graft charges against him and says he will invite tho fullest in vestigation In tho United States Circuit Court at New York Judge Holdt fined the New York Central Railroad Company 18000 for rebating Tho question as to whether a rail road can Issue transportation in exchange for advertising has been raised by the Monon Tho now Constitution of Mississippi provides that Thanksgiving shall be on the fourth Thursday in November in stead of tho last as is the custom Admiral Cervera Is preparing a corps of 1200 infantrymen which will leave shortly for Cadiz whero a Spanish squadron is under steam for Moroccan watersE Harriman and Eastern finan ciers arc said to be planning a gigantic combination of transportation lines light power and telephone companies ofChicagoTwo are under arrest in Maysvillo charged with setting fire to the grocery store belonging to one of them The recent disastrous fire there originated In the grocery Congressman J B Bennett was the victim of an alleged swindler in Huntington W Va when a check for 52 000 was signed by him under the belief that it was drawn for 20 In attempting to kill a doctor who she claims had ruined her by malprac tice a New York woman sent one bul let into tho body of the physician and struck four bystanders with the other four bullets The State Printing Commission rut the bill of the Globe Printing Company for State work from 24000 to 9200 which the company declines to accept Suit for the full amount will be filed The bill was scaled according to the new contract for secondclass work A Year of Blood Tho year 1103 will long bo remem bored In tho homo of V N Tacket of Alliance Ky us a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr Tackcts lungs that death seemed very near Ho writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had Drought mo at deaths door when I began taking Dr ICings Now Dis covery for Consumption with tho as tonishing result that after taking four bottles I was completely restored und as tlmo has proven permanently cured It Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Irlco GOc and 81 Trial bottle free I California joker sent a telegram to his friend who was particularly close in money matters Tho telegram was I am perfectlyiwell and it was sent collect Evidently the telegram set the mean man to thinking A veck afterward the joker had a very heavy package brought to hipi with nearly 5 to pay on it On opening it he found cardrand these words This represents the weight your telegram lifted from m- yheartTho Argonaut Gov Luke P Blackburn whose rep utation as a physician and philanthro pist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper ient known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than ariy pno remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil drug gists and country stores Ernest Keeler of Lansing Mich was killed and Henry Lutton of Philadelphia received severe lacerations of the head in a collision between rac ing automobiles at the Point Breeze race track Pneumonia Follows a Cold but never follows tho use of Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals and strengthens tho lungs and affords perfect security from an at tack of pneumonia Refuse substi tutee Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE Sam Owens sold C T Bohon anoth e jtlr of fine mules for 100 D C Allen shipped two cars of hogs to Cincinnati for which the paid Gc to Die Chas Lutes shipped six carloads of export cattle last week for which he paid 6c Mr Alfred Russell and Miss Cora Peacock are to be married at tho homo bridetobe on the evening of Nov 28th An impromptu dance at Alcorns Opera louse Thursday evening was given by the many friends of Miss Dollie B Williams in honor of her return home from an extended visit in Georgia and AlabamaThe Hop Club will give their annual dance at Alcorns Opera House Thanksgiving evening The finest music has been eugaged and an ele gant supper will be spread by the La dies Aid Society of the Presbyterian churchJ Caulk and Miss Nellie Garhan of Taylor county passed through here Thursday enroute to Jclllco Tenn where they were married They re turned Friday stopping at the New tonian Hotel where they are well known and were handsomely enter tainedOur business houses report trade very lively last week especially on Satur day Two houses report the largest sales In their history while the others had all they could do Our merchants are catering to the wants of a high class trade and are being rewarded by a liberal patronage- C T Bohon of Lebanon was herewith friends D C Allen has return ed from Louisville where he under went a severe surgical operation Miss Frances Cooper of Stanford is the guest of Miss Edna Camnitz Mr Tug Bowman of Liberty was the guest of Judge and Mrs Wm MyelllIRev S B Landers subject at Christian church Thanksgiving eve ningis Banqueting in the Summer Land At the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning The Out skirts of Ills Ways Night Judas in the Night A cordial invitation is extended to other congregations to at tendMr and Mrs John Dinwiddie cele brated their golden wedding on the 21st at their home here Only two persons are living who attended their marriage Mrs Pricilla Dryo and Mrs Kato Mc Kinney both of whom were among the guests who greatly enjoyed the feast and hospitality of this excellent couple All joined in wishing that they may livo to celebrate their diamond wed dingP W Green of Lexington was here returning from Casey and Russell coun ties whero he and Sheriff Wells bag ged over 300 quail Hill Spaulding of Louisville was the guest of friends here last week R K Young of Columbia and L M Young of Burkcsville were here a few days ago with a bunch of cattle Miss Julia Stagg very handsomely entertained Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Edna Kayscr of Home City 0 Among those present were Misses Mello Hopper Lou Rocker Katherine Alcorn Alice and Doll Cab bell Edna Camnitz and Messrs Thos Starling A B C Dinwiddie O S Williams Howard Camnitz Jas Yow ell Doc Drye Val Morse and J D Swope Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers In the land are Dr KlngsNew lfe Pus W lien liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle the trouble and the purifying work goes right on Best cure for constipation headache and dizziness 25c at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard The Court of Appeals finally disposed of tho Bcrca College case by overrul ing a petition for a rehearing An appeal will be taken to the United States Supreme Court CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will posit lively remove corns in four days Tl a treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costa 15 cents and nothing a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky On a charge based upon the recent birth of his 43rd child President Smith of tho Mormon Church was fined at Salt Lake City Cronp A reliable medicine and ono that should always bo kept In the home for Immediate use Is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent theattack Jf given as soon us tho child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears Forsale by Stanford Drug CoI DIBMONDS and Fine Jewelry at 1y Reasonable Prices I As the HOLIDAY SEASON approach es our displays in all departments reach the zenithof completeness and especially is this noticeable at this time in the showing of new and beautiful designs of artistic SIL VER rind GOLD JEWELRY and DIA MONDS Novelties in Jewelry that have never before been exhibited in a city of this size arE to be found among our displays Even if you are not ready to make your purchasewe would ap preciate inspection of this splen did display Then when you are ready you will have an exact knowledge as to where the best values and Choic est designs are to be had We Cordially Invite You to Visit our Store While in Danville eta HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY GRAFTING The Emporium at Hustpnville will permit you to become A PARTNER in his PROFITS VIZ Three per cent on nil Cash Purchases when Buying be SURE and get your CHECKS for they have a VALUE of 3 per cent notwithstanding tho advance on all Comodities Wo are still selling at the Old Price Clothing i Our stock 5s largo and complete Material patterns and style can not be i surpassed 10 par cont oil on Clothing including Overcoats and Suits only Our reason fur doing this at the beginning of the season is we find wo aro overstocked for this market so our mistake is your GAIN Shoes Our reputation is wellknown in this line for handling and selling good SHOES It you have never tested a pair you are tho loser and not we Come and Be Convinced Our J Millinery stock is always full and complete Listen 25 per cent lower than anycity Give you the advantage of the latest Parisian styles We seaichcd the market and give you the benefit Come and be convinced- In every department our stock is full and complete in Ladies and Chil dregs Cloaks Dry Goods Dress Goods Underwear nUll Notions Every thing for Fall and Winter Wear We can do you good Como anti see us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Ky Prices Right on Cooking and Heating Stoves at t j Geo D Hoppers Stanforo Ky Hardware Queensware TinwareGro tceries Field Seeds cQAI1cosizes sewer pipe just y received The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH It ft cnndldnto for IlepnwntnUvuof 1ncoln county lulijoct to thu action 1 1110 erutlo party J T ROBERTS Is ncnmlltlnte for In tho Orab Orchard Magisterial JH trlctlubJect to tho action of the TilE peanut growers in Virginia and North Carolina have formed a trust and if they cannot get tho price now they have fixed for tho toothsome goo ber will hold tho stock which issatd to be short and inferior Until they can This will be bad news to the muncher who disturbs a public gathering with his munching but if that were the only tJ drawback the rest of us could view the situation with complaisance WHILE you arc filling your stomach with turkey stuffed with oysters cranberry sauce and other good things on Thursday next remember that thero are many people in Stanford who havent enough even ot cold corn bread and meat to satisfy their appetites A dinner sent to a poor family will bring cheer and happiness to that household Try it and seo If you dont feel better for having done so IF the Richmond Register not going to support the democratic ticket nominated Nov Cth why doesnt it say s07 The kicking that it is doing on the primary sounds very much like the noise made by a man who is gather up his traps preparatory to changing parties and if Editor Pickles is going over to the enemy let him daso public and at once IT is not a matter to joke about but Methodist preachers are so much noted for their fondness for chicken that it may not be out of place to call attention to the fact that such fondness caused the death of one Tho bone of a chicken lodged in his throat and caused the death of Bishop Tigert of Louisville IT is a cold day when Preacher Powell of Louisville dont butt into public view He is as fond of being in the lime light as the average patent medicine man Ills open letter to Gov Beckham anent the Sunday closing laws is nauseating A SOLDIER in the Philippines is re ported to have been cured of stuttering by being shot through the throat Those who have a hard time sayi what they want to will no doubt be thankful for this remedy AN optimist takes this view of the situation as Thanksgiving day draws 01 apace If turkeys go up to 40 cents a pound there will be fewer sufferers from indigestion the morning after THANKSGIVING is almost at hand but where oh where is that Thanksgiving turkey Some of our friends will please answer THERE is at least one assassin sym pathizer in the 11th district Caleb Powers get one vote for Congress I Tim foot ball record so far this season is 11 killed and 104 badly injured And still the game goes on- POLITICAL Governorelect Higgins of Rhode Island is but 30 years of age Vice President and Mrs Fairbanks are guests of Senator Taliaferro In Tampa Fla- Secretary Shaw and William J Bry an were speakers at the Transmississippi Congress at Kansas City Allison Conley has been appointed postmaster at Bud Wayne county and Henry L Shearer at Mud that county The Interstate Commerce Commiz lion will be in no hurry about bringing the railroad rate law to a test in the courtsSamuel Gompers was elected presi dent of the American Federation of Labor for the 25th time There wti nooppositionMore 700 Republicans were present at a dinner tendered Govelect Charles E Hughes by the Republican Club of New York The Texas and Louisiana delegations in Congress want the possibility of in creasing the market for cottonseed oil products investigated Senator Tillman in an interview in Chicago declared that despite the pro teats of Negroes he W9uld discuss the race problem in his coming lecture It is thought that there will be a congressional investigation of the Pres idents order dismissing three com panies of Negro troops from the army Dr William Carson Black of Bar bourville has announced himself a can didate for the republican nomination for railroad commissioner from the Third district Senator Bailey believes that Southern members of Congress will cordially support tho action of President Roose velt in dismissing the colored troops from the army Frank Hyden killed Dick Lawson in one section of Whitley and in another James Beaver killed Andy Bowlin Yale defeated Harvard 6 to 0 at foot tall I Addithnal Local TilE old firm of Hammond Co t will bo in the market for your turkeys after Thanksgiving and will pay you the highest market price AN idea of the bountiful crop of rab bits this year can be hadwhen it ia told that they arc a slow sale on the Lancaster market at 3c to 5c BUILDING Hon J S Owsley has bought a lot in a fashionable part of Lexington and is having built a 10000I residence This means that he return to Stanford to live which is bad news to the many friends hero of Mr Owsley and Misses Linda and Emma OwsleyNOTICETho Fiscal court of Lincoln county will convene in special session on Thursday Dec 20th 1906 and all turnpike contractors who have com pleted their contracts and want any Christmas money will file their claims with the clerk on or before that day R C Warren judge Lincoln county court Nov 19 1900 PROGRAM of tho regular fall enter tainmcnt of Stanford Graded and IIIgh School in the Graded School chapel on Wednesday evening next 28th at 715 oclock PianoInvitation to Dance Misses Frances Cooper and Mattie McClary RecitationThe Reason WhyVirginia Omer Basket Drill Second Grade SongMy DollLo raine Totten Declamation National InjusticeJoseph Hopper Just Like Grandmama First Grade Girls Dia logue Taking tho CensusRusso Brown and Annie L Gentry Song Grandmothers AdviceMartha Sever anco Raney Harvest Carnival Four Grade Piano Galop Lewis Omc PantomimeComing Through the Ryo Fifth Grade Girls RecltatlonA Fair Connolseur Lillie Eads Dii logueDental Parlor Bessie Pendl ton Henry Messer Elmer Anderson SongWhen the Frost is on the Pumpkin Seventh Grade GlrlsDec tarnation Necessity of Education Grady Tucker Vaticinations Thome Bright Piano Mcnnette Misses Lucy Lee Walton Mary Elizabeth McKinney and Virginia Mahony Debate affirmative John Downer Miss Penn negative George Hopper Miss Yanti PianoMurmuring SpringCarl Bohoi Miss Eaton JournalRobert Water Miss Newland accompanist IN NEIGHBORINGTIES Samuel Wood an aged and respected citizen of Liberty is dead John Pollard a good citizen of Gar card is dead of typhoid fever The Casey County News notes the sales of fat hogs at 530 to 5CO The wife of 0 T Wallace of Gar card suffered a stroke of paralysis The widow of Isaac Daniel died Phil Casey county last week of a corn placation of troubles The large bridge spanning Richlan Creek near Barbourville collapsed as a result of tho floods in Cumberland a saw mill in the Oil Center sec tion of Pulaski James Bray was caught in the machinery of the mill and literally ground to pieces I Shelby Irvine one of the wealthiest and bestknown citizens of Richmond died in Carthage Tenn whero he- was taken from a train ill while on his way home James T Wilson of Mercer county has been appointed special judge of the- Boyle Circuit Court to preside at a special term of that court to begin this week for the trial of a number of- civil cases The hearts of the many employes of- the C N O T P railroad were made glad here Monday when word arrived that a 5 per cent increase In- wages had been granted all office em ployesSomerset Journal Judgment of the Mercer Circuit Court in a damage case of the Southern Railway Company in Kentucky against R E Goddard in which the appellee secured a verdict for 8000 for person allnjuries sustained was reversed by the court of appeals and another trial ORear of the Court of Ap peals delivered an opinion upholding judgment of the Boyle Circuit Court In a damage case of the C N O T P Railway Company against Effle P- Falconer The appellee secured judgment in the lower cburt for 1200 for- the destruction of buildings by cinders- from a locomotive of the appellant company Cured of Bright Disease Mr Robert O Burke Elnora N Y writes Before I started to use oleys Kidney Cure I had to get up- Irom 12 to 20 times a night and I was all bloated up with dropsy and my cyesljlht was so impaired I could scarcely see ono of my family across the room I had given up all hope 01- llvlngwhen a friend recommended Fo- leys Kidney Cure Ono 60 cent bottto- worked wonders and before I had taken the third bottle the dropsy had- gOlia as well as all other symptoms 01 Irlghts disease Pennys DruJr- Store At an auction sale at the home of- John Mullin in Detroit 15000 in gold was found hidden away under a dusty carpet JflMES Mr PUILblrSI STANFORD KY DEALER IK Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build ders1 Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build conIIPlease remit us the amount you are due Ion the Interior Journal label on which is printed your name will show amount due PUBLIC SALE OF 200000 STOCK OF General Merchandise I will on TUKHUAY HKC It Hoi tell my stock of goods and lION tldnreI11I whole to tho IilKhtKt bidder This Hock of good Is now and clean nun ot It ImvltiK vn In my housu ovur t months This stock con alas ot Dry heals Notlun Hliwn lnnl won Tlnwnr Urolrlll inolinltol tock It I This tock ntgoalsIsin- Ilryaotsetlltinrntrdcounty Kynn plico boa n licit sell gads I did n LIIahwSlnftinliho vast your mId I will my them hlln better taml un whcn My stock of good In Ut the Ittrico itorolionio owned liv IVttili pros of HoiiRTKOt Ky und this ninikO cull iNHiglitor Instvl mid I will uiy tIt thn not n halter liuittutt house In Kentucky Keiiwnilicr tins U a golden opportunity for ojiip otto hllt n MR Ixlr lIln IINIIIII IIIf this will ho n tlOllthu unlcon thnnliovOniimrtldntc HnlowlllUikp place promptly at oclock PI Ikea Inth nine mill from any town- nndlssurroundtdby tho bent iiKrtenltiiriil Innd In the Htntc It n For Iniftinrav For turliwrysriIculnnroll urmlilreM ATlUryafltivlllv Ky YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD PERSONAL supervision gives to all Prescriptions compoundcdI 4 A THANKSGIVING feature in Solid Silver Table Ware will be the price at which we ore selling saute for the day of general rejoicing We If also carry a nice lino of high quali ty PLATED Table Ware W HMUELLERJeweler f Honest Mikes The Honest like is a Great Boot Just the thing for Farmers And Everybody out in all kinds of weather Honest Mike keeps your feet dry stands rough wear is strong and ser vicea- blePRICE 400 W J5 Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky Leave your order to day and tomorrow for Thanksgivingdin ner for Oranges Bananas t Lemons Ap pIes Celery c Our house will be closed Thursday weH HIGGJNSSta- nford Kentucky U OVER6OTSOur j Is Indeed Finer tsnaalL r n i We only ask those who know and those who care to purchase to give us an opportuInity to show them Of course tireys and Blacks are the only things shown and we show them in great variety at Prjpes from 5 20RAIN COATS f In this we think we have them all beaten a block Look at them and see Black ShieldiSleeker 250 Black Fish Sleeker 3 The old light colored Rover Coat dry as a powder horn 5 A Boys Mcintosh 3 A Boys ravinette 5 Our Mens Cravinettes are deal garments at 10 15 1750 and 20 in neat smooth fabrics in Blacks or Grey with long center vents U J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY HAIR BRUSHES I A GOOD Hair Brush is something that no family can get along without We have every kind but a POOR ONEAt 25c to 2 each i PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky coAfA If you took our lulvlco Init iintl Inlil In joiirCoil you lire HUlilmerInuto If you did not fay it In llffllft paying the hlglllat price for kayo ever mid WI hMO n Iwelll Vrllty IlUK JUN MIX JolHANNYI JR1dIlO and a car or QAN NKU Try ono lorn or thla It will intro tunnnry8ndgireyou Urn sari are thatyou hart ever liiul t W B E B DENIIAMt PUMPSwlnalttltttl All Kinds all prices any dep- thROOFING t l All kinds all prices s H ALDRIDGE Stanford keHtucfcy e Tinner and Plumber r lflr J We Have Replenished With tho very bout creations our dtoek of Cloaks Skirts Suits nuts Waists theyare very pratt unit dillcrcnt from any yet shownI Silksk v- Wo t 4 order often to slaw the very Retreat in took at all times Plenty of grade in lied and Brown Ali Velvet and Silks in same slmdcs IrCfS STANFOIIU KY Nov 27 WE have Just received a big supply of Comic and Lenther Poet Cards Ten nyfl Drug Store l quite slak of PltUliurg Saturdaj J with relativM at Kirksvllle- MB8 W It Ilici of Louisville wai f thy guest of MM Sum YonRor MltFORD HALl has moved his fnmllj from Rowland to South Louisville Du P W LOOAN of Corbln was hero with Mr J S Mocker Friday MR J J McCAlL of Keckcnstlowai here Saturday to see Dr K J Brown DR AND MRS W A BROWN of i Parksvlllc wore guosta of Dr E J Brown and wife Miss KATH Paves hu returned fret a visit to her sister Mrs Sewell nt Independence Mo Misa EtiA MAY NBWLAND of Don yule spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Annie Ncwland Miss MAIIBL McVViiORTon of Cral Orchard Is with Mlwos Ioachle and Elizabeth Hiughmnn MR J E IXMJLI and wife ol Wayne were with his father Mr J bL Ix vcll in the Sauflcy section MR S II DAUGIIMAS spent Saturday in Lexington looking at tho fine thoroughbreds in and around that city WALLACE FARMER had tho misfor tune to be thrown from his horse the other day and have his crippled leg brokenMit J M KEANK the clever June tion City baker was hero Saturday Ho brought along some Job printing for us to do- GUARD HOMER WALUNof Lakeland spent several days with his parents Mr and Ira W D Wallin in tho East End Miss NETTIB WRAY went to Cincin nati Saturday to spend a tow days She is taking a few days of much need rest MR JOHN W ROUT spent Saturday i In Lexington with his daughter Miss Sue Hout who has a splendid position In that city MR AND MRS W H DAGUY and little son of Covington returned homo Saturday after a visit to her mother Mrs Hockcr- MR J D EADS of this place con tributes an Interesting letter to the Wayne County Outlook published at Monticello his old home Miss EKFIB DAUGIIUAN entertained a number of her little friends at her pretty country homo Saturday after noon in honor of her 11th birthday t MRS SAM EADS and little daughter Pauline of Stanford aro thee guests of her parents Mr and Mrs J B Lanlcr f of Mill Springs Montlccllo Outlook l BRYAN B CARPENTER a Lincoln county boy who is making good as a Kentucky representative for a big I Cleveland 0 hardware firm was visit Ing tho trade hero yesterday Frank fort Journal liON W P KIMIUIL Congressman I elect from tho Seventh district was hero from Lexington Friday on legnlI business He and Congressmanelect Harvey Helm were In close confab iI for a while no doubt planning some special legislation for thecoming season of CongressMiss WARREN who has been engaged as a typsettcr in Somerset for sometime and who has made many friends here has accepted a position as saleslady In the store ot and herMessrs Barnes Conyers friends will bo glad to know she will C still remain in SomersetSomerset Re publican MR W P WALTON and handsome sons William and Owsley Walton of Lexington spent Friday with the brother hero It was MrIformers Waltons first visit for somo 15 months and his friends barely recognized him so corpulent has he grown in that tlmoI Mr W was hero for tho purpose of having his property improved and work will begin on it soon JOHN BRIGHT of Stanford a Chris and expert salesman WaddlehasGrocery Company a will be the guest of Mrs W Logan Woods In Danville for several days Miss Sarah Baughman of Stanford Is visiting Miss Lina Kennedy on Vernon avenue Miss Baughman has just re turned a protracted visit to Ala bama find GcorgiaBomereet Journal rA GEO L PENNY is to his room by Illness Dn It L DAVISON was at London yesterday on business BORN to the wife of Walter C Pet tus on Sunday morning a boy The W C T U will hold a service at tho jail here at 3 r M Thanksgiving day Mil P G WARNER wife and Miss Lillie Perrin visited relatives in Gar rardMR J E JOHNSON of New Orleans Is with the family of Mr George P Bright Miss JOSEPHINE SANDIDGC of the West End Is tho guest of the Misses Englenmn REV U J McMuiUN of Louisville was bore Sunday to see a mighty pretty young lady MR S G WAIIS and family arc back from Hominy 0 T glad to live in Kentucky again MR W II BRADY has been sick for some time Miss Grace Brady has managed his store In tho meantime MR E ScilANZENiiACll and family who have made good citizens of Otten helm left yesterday for Cleveland 0 to reside MRS O D MURPHY has moved to Lexington her husband having n good position on the C 0 with headquar ten there KODKKT M WEST of Garrard was here Saturday to meet his dieter Miss Bcttio West who has been in a Louis hospital for treatment MR H C BAUGHMAN left Sunday night for Harriman Tenn to take tho cashlcrshlp of tho Southern Bank Trust Co at that place TUB U D C will meet with Mrs H J Me Roberta this afternoon at 230 oclock Officers are to bo elected and a full attendance is urged TIlE Misses Kitchen who are the at tractive guests of the Misses Engle man accompanied the Misses Englo man to Danville yesterday shopping MRS T J BALDOCK has returned to her homo at StAnberry Mo after a three weeks visit with relatives in this and Adair counties Liberty Now Mn J W PEURIN and family will move this week to Anderson Ind where ho will go Into tho mercantile business It Is tho source of general regret that this good family leaves Stanford Lloyd Perrin has been at Anderson for some time where he has a fine position LamNE- ty wall paper just in cheap Tribble Pence GET your gun fixed at Burkos 237 Main Street Danvllle Ky A NICE line of stoves and ranges at Singletons store Prices right FOR want of space Isell two newI sewing machines at cost W II Mueller DIAMONDS in rings in brooches inI MullerHONEY Ed has pounds ot honey for sale Ho will sell in anyI juantlty AFTER Dec 1st milk will be worth 6c per quart and cream 20c per quartt J B Camcnisch 2t OUR store will be closed next Thurs day Nov 29th Leave your orders early W II Higgins TRY a few bushels of Denhams canal coal and be convinced that you can two a better fire nnd for less cost han with the cheaper coals A SPECIAL term of tho Lincoln Circuit Court will be held beginning tho first Monday in January Only civil lases will bo tried So crowded has been tho criminal docket that few if any civil cases have been tried during ho past year SAVE postage time and trouble byJ rdering papers and magazines from Miss Hettio Harris Crab Orchard Now is tho time to ordbr a yearly subscription of a leading magazine as a Christmas present Renewals are eo cited ol present subscriptions HURT Willie Dalton son of 11 S Dalton of Rowland was struck by a eight train there Sunday and badly hurt Ho was walking on the track and evidently did not hear the ap reaching train His injuries arc about ho head and legs and while not necessarily dangerous arc very painful h r We Told You Wo told you it was going to get colts Did the weather catch you without tho needed winter clothing Better Get Ready For The Next Ily cooing to us for your winter Reeds Our store is fairly bristling with new and pretty winter goods Lookout For our Bargain Sale in Mens Womens and Childrens Odd Lots in Un derwcar More about it later READ FOR RENTMy cottage on Portman Avenue J C McClary TWENTY pounds of granulated sugn for 51 at W II HIggins CAn of canal coal at each of Denham yards Rowland and Stanford MEAT cutters butcher knives lard presses and lard cans at Farris OUR mill and coal yards will be closet Thanksgiving day J H Kaughman Co Foil SALE 5000 ginseng seed at 5 per 1000 Also 400 ginseng plants A P Brackott Stanford OYSTERS and Michiga celery and all kinds of fruits for Thanks giving Gco II Farris I WILL be absent from my office for a few days Watch for notice of recur in the I J W N Craig TURKEYS wanted week at highe t market price to bo delivered not late r than Saturday H B Northcott J E Buck manager 10 FOR RENT The office in tho INTER ion JOURNAL building now occupied by J S Owaley Jr is for rent for the year 1907 Call at this office FOR RENT The Harris homo at eight rooms on Logan avenue All modern conveniences House is it splendid repair P P Nunnelley BLACK and tan female hound escaped from crate at depot tho 17th wa seen on Knob Lick pike near E G BIckleys Reward paid for recovery J S Rice agent CIRCUIT COURT began at Lancaster yesterday with Special Judge B K Roach on the bench The docket for this term is a heavy one It includes three murder cases ALL persons in Lincoln couqty who desire to secure free tuition in the Nor mal School at Richmond Ky should give their names to mo on or before Saturday Dec 8 1900 G Singleton superintendentGAME Judge R C Warren has appointed that splendid young democratic worker Mr Wade II Per kins of tho East End game warden for Lincoln county to succeed W T Saunders Wo congratulate the judge on selecting such an excellent gentleman and we predict that he will make a splendid official- COMBINATION SALE Messrs A C Dunn and James R Beazley will hold a combination sale of horses mules and jacks at Bcazley Bros livery stable in Stanfordabout the middle of January They have already secured tho pledge of 65 to 75 head and will likely have as many more Further particulars will bo given next issue If you have a good animal to dispose of write them at once ONE of the most pleasing and elegant ocial functions of the season was tho uchro of Miss Lucy Miller Givens Friday evening at her country home com limentary to Miss Josephine Hayden f Paris and Miss Mary McRoberts of this place The ladys first prize was Warded to Miss Peterson while the entlemana prize was won by Mr Ad am Pence Dr Tyler and Miss Hay den received the consolation honors Miss Givens always a royal hostess dded further to her gifts as an enter lincr as those whoso pleasure it was to have been at her homo that evening can readily vouchsafe CIRCUIT COURT The three weeks session of the November term of the Lincoln circuit court came to a close at noon Saturday Not n great deal of business was transacted the greater ortion of the time being taken up with two murder cases The case of James I Kennedy for killing T Milton Estes at Crab Orchard on Nov on trial when our Fridays paper was issued resulted irl a life sentence for Mr KenI icdy The verdict was rendered late Friday afternoon It was a stubbornly ought case and some splendid speeches ere made by the attorneys on both sides A now trial was asked for by the attorneys of Kennedy and on Judge loachs refusal to grant it an appeal was taken We are informed that sovI eral of the jurors were for the extreme salty The trial excited a great deal of Interest tho courthouse being crowded at every session of tho court my ties to make room for others I will give some rare bargains in the buggy line for the next 30 days If you need a vehicle of any kind now is the time to buy E T Pence IUANK SALEII Baugh man sold to Mr K L Tanner of Mc Kinney a block of stock in the Me Kinney Deposit Bank at 10750 This price is an indication that the institution is in a healthy condition BROKE INSome thief Sunday night prized the window of the office In the freight depot open about 730 or 830 oclock Agent J S Rico tells us that n couplo of express packages wer opened but no packages were taken out so far as he can tell No frcigh is missing either Guru SAYINGSA Lexington tour yearold girl was told by her mother to say her prayers but the little thing being tired and sleepy answered Oh mamma I dont want to bother God so much In Stanford a little girl just in her teens insisted that her younger brother indulge in his usual petitions before retiring The young ster worn out from play heeded her not when she remarked Well you must say your prayers twice tomorrow night Additional Local on Second Page At Mitchcllsburg William Gillisplt 1shot and seriously wounded Jerry Math erly Robert Ambler Bruce a hero of fives wars died at Richmond Va last week aged In a fight at Junction City Saturday night John Price was severely cut by Ohio Benedict At Fairview Ind John Bracket killed his wife because she would not get up and get his breakfast A prairie fire in Western Texas has left bare more than a million acres of homestead and grazing lands Watt Jones a notorious bank robber was caught in New York City stealing 45 cents from a drunken ma- nTURKEYS I Mnmmoth Ilrofm pun bra from print winning ptntom F to lit hear Si tfnll on or address W White Knlr View Poultry Farm 1rencheric vi lie K- yJesse W Sweeney rBOFBIKTOH Livery Food and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky VITAE O E Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind fate IsberJllood KlIIlIr Ourm ntroOerjnllol linn HtrviiKtli Restorer N II Bogie Marksbury Kentucky kliorul Ag- vtdHENRY PAPER j Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tIe United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things faIr In all things clean In all thlngt U la essentially a family paper By special arrangement wears enabled to of fer tbe WEEKLY COUBIEKOURNAb one year and this paper for the price named above Send your tubicrlptlon for the com blnatluntoui lot U the OaarlerJoornal IUnderwearThere is lots of underwear but wo have the right things Tho kind that fit and are comfortable No matter how large or small youare wo have the eize Blankets and Laminated Comforts Do you want tho best the softest then buy Ohio fleece Blankets or the Mnish Comforts IJtPERSONALS WATTERSONS 1 ito see them is to admire To wear them is to grow enthusiastic Ten thousand pairs of Queen Quality Shoes would not be made and sold daily did they not furnish the fullest measure of style comfort and economy We present here one of our endless varieties But the newspaper cut can not do justice to the shapely toe the soft Gun Metal leather nor the clever shoemaking You must see this boot to appreciate it But remember this is only one of many We have Queen Quality styles for every taste and for every need many new ones received this week 350 and 300 CUMMINS McCLARY Itltttrlttllltftlllllttttlil That An Ounce of Preven tion is Worth a Pound of Cure I la an old und tried maxim and worthy of your consideration Therefore give heed to the above worthy maxim and protect yourself against colds nnd sickness for the winter by providing withGood Warm Shoes and Rubbers We have n complete stock of Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Overshoes See our K D Waterproof Cushion Sole Shoe for Indies at 835- 0Ladies Cloth Artics and Half Arctics at J Per Pair Ladies Plain Rubbers at COc 60e and 76c per pair Ladies Toe Sandals at COc per pair Childrens Overshoes at 40c 60c and loc aerCOME AND SEE OUR NEW LINE a L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTU- CKYllltIIIttt4t ttlfti NK a 4 The Interior Journal I Entered at Hmdclais matleTI7CBUHUBD FnIDAYB1AT 5100 PER YEAR chargedI JtTWhen not so p ld JSOO will be PARKERS I 1C1H11Never F lll to Hall to Its Clan cup dlraaea a Se ltlda brtoUI NEW LIVERY STABLE t lUBSa ft CLASSSOM Irtn rl JUNCTION CITY KV yjnt471as Turnouts at Reasonable Bates 8p Attention to Trarellng Men Grain and Bay For Bale For Sale Privately My bouse and 10 acres of land situated test eatslde of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ee- rlints and allcellarroom good Water hydrant In tee yard and ono for stock J P BAILEY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Store in the Owslcy Duildingj Farm Stock and Crop fpr Sale PrivatelyI laying determine to quit farming I of 213 acres near 1vrelnndonthuCHltallroad9mlleefrontDnntilley4 itanted on and oats Jock Morse and teMMl Itocklennets u bargain It I find a buyer In the next 30 or 40 days B B KINO Morolaml KyI INSURANCE Kre Lightning WindStorm Lila andI Aoeldent the 8TnO GtBT Lowest Pos fleeMAHONY Stanford Kentucky Rosldenco Phone No Si DD CARTERSuccessor to BrQce 1 JarterI Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KYISpecial attention to Commercial Men Y patronage ii solicited Hone on commlsni- ontteck Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale 1 wish to sell privately my farm of 170 cres5 miles West of on tho Lezs Milton It Is well Improved and ha plenty of water goal Umber Lanced and In repair Also an unimproved farm ot 100 acres tying midway between Lancaster and Lex lagoon pikes Good outlet war Well fenced Terms reasonable TIHEUlUNa Morksbary K- yLAND FOR SALE II Whiten privately acres of tine farming + lend situated one from Jnncnster 011I Lexington about 10 acres In town lim Itnncresln cultivation rest In grass All under Rood fcnconnd hat plenty e1 never fldling water house Is Sood and lint nil necessary outbuildings s Yoseesslon given for teesling purses tide Fallwnd dwollllll first of harms bonld In seen to appreciated Hence the Mty council enforcing the lauds In the vicinity of Lnnrnslvr hat advanced rap HIT In Hood Is In great demand W H lot s lulinliUitrator you Lancaster Ky e eeaT2 I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddleryj Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Once Phone lilT Homo Phone 85yI JlBeazleyCo In OadertaKers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur ZHture MnttingaRuga will exchange Furniture forlall Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right TAHFORD KENTUCKYIr FARMERS DEPARTMENT Isaac Herrin bought of W T Tuckc 18 tat hogs at 5c G A McRoberts sold to Simon Wei a bunch of fine cattle at 5c Twentyfive horses were burned to death in a livery stable fire in Nash villa M S Baughman sold to B G Fox of Danville 15 highgrade yearling 120i of Boyle sold to Rube Bros of Garrard 225 900 to 1000 pound cattle at 3Jc A special train of nine large express cars each containing an average of 30000 pounds of dressed turkeys left Paris last week for Boston and Eastcn marketsDr Reid has sold to an East ern party his speedy Naboth gelding which he has had in training at Lcxing ton for some time Tho price which was a long one is private LANCASTER COURTA fairly goof crowd was present at Lancaster courl yesterday but business generally was quiet About 500 cattle were on the market and probably half of them sold Eight hundred to 1000 pound cattle sold at 31 to 360 Butcher stuff was slow at 26 to 3c The horse and mule market was dull very few of either chang- Ing hands M J Farris took 100 head of 800 pound cattle to the farm of Judge Sum rail on the HnrrodsburR pike last April and turned them out tograze upon the fine farm They were weighed again a few days ago just seven months later and the figures show that the average gain upon each animal wasI pounds Mr Farris says he regards Egypt as the finest pasturage in Boyle county Egypt is a special name for lone of Judge Sumralls best fieldsI Boyle County Herald The Baptist Methodist Presbyterian and Christian churches here have filed claims against Uncle Sam for damages done to their houses of worship by troops who used them for hospitals during the Civil war and a remnant of the congregation of Millerites are also preparing to make claim for damages done on their property by troops following the battle of Perryville October 8 1862 says a Harrodsburg dispatch At that time the Millerites numbered over 40 members in Harrodsburg and vicinity and they held fortnightly meetings in the courthouse In the temple of justice they had bestowed 43 sets of wings and 43 robes in which to attire themselves for ascension when ever they read the signs in the stars that all was ready for their flight heavenward After the sanguinary en gagement at Perryville the Federal troops poured into Harrodaburg and ruthlessly threw the sacred emblems of their divinity into the outer yard where the bleak October wind and rains took the starch out of the wings and mildewed the robes utterly ruining them much to the sorrow of the Mill erites Out of this flock of43 Millerites only four now survive and all are much advanced in age These survivors will put in a claim against the government for damage done to the wings and other paraphernalia Sells More of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than of All Others Put Together Mr Thos George a merchant at Mt Elgin Ontario says I have had the local agency for Chamberlains Cough Remedy over since it was introduced into Canada and I sell as much of it as I do of all other lines I have on my shelves put together Of the many dozens sold under guarantee have not had one bottle returned I can personally recommend this medi cine as I have used It myself and siren It to my children and always with the best results For sale by Stanford Drug Co T Frank Emery proprietor of a second rate hotel at Kansas City Kas was shot dead last evening by one of two drunken would be robbers whom he had ordered from the place when asked to hand over his money Here and There The cheap imitations of Foleys Honey and Tar cost you the same as ho genuine in the yellow package Vhythen risk your health perhaps our life taking them when Foleys loney and Tar will cure your cold and prevent serious results It is guaranteed Pennys Drug Store An aftermath of the recent election New York State is scheduled when a special committee of the New York Democratic State Committee will meet in New York City to Investigate barges of party irregularity a Cut this out and take it to the Stanford Drug Co and got n free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets For biliousness and constl mtlon they are unequaled They 1m provo the apetito strengthen the dl gestion and regulate the liver and rowels sHenry Barker a farm hand was ound dead in a haystack on a farm near Eminence A box of roughon ate indicated suicide and the Coroner a verdict to that effect FOR SALE I Iteautlful uptodate little home art roosts reception hall bath lights water newly papered on largo lot Al outhouses In condition barge xtnblt with water In town and convenient to nil churches W II MlKoliKHTH Htnnford PUBLIC SALE I will offer for silo oil- WtilWKHIlAY URO u Wtf the following iHrsonaltyt marosS bred nod safe In foal 1IIIIr of mules cuts I extra good milk cow with calf thoroughbred Duroo flogs Ullti and lUollrs I nice Plymouth Hock chick Outs twohono wagon nnd humous J hug Kits and hiirneiis I binder mower lilt rake corn plnuterwhrntdrllltilecharrow I Ou thlItorsI turlllllg HhoveU lung box feed cutter J diggers Rcrapor hemp reaper anvil ami Igrllll stone liocn hay forks sliuvelx air tight Moore heater with for room above Kowlmt machine itt shocks or folder about su bushels ales wittier apples lot household and kitchen furniture and numerous other thing Halo to Ugli promptly at oclock TfIIJ1KtI and under cnxh over that amount good noto at 0 per cent IfA ItRAKAMTtl J P Chandler Au- ctCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court A KoleyVj Ko levs heirs etc IIlhlIIIUIIiNOtlCl of Hale rumuant to n judgment of tho Lincoln circuit court alxive ntylftl action at tho Nowmlwr term iwni the un dcralgned Matter OommUIoner wlh on MONDAY KtMOin wl between laiuHv xlu Iront of tho court house door In Htanfonl Ky sell nt publlo outcry to the highest and liost bidder the real estate which Is hereinafter deitcrlbod This sale was dinreed for the purl oe of ill vision The sold real estate of two tracts of land situate In Lincoln county K OrchonlThe t nnd North by the Inml of John lluchannit heirs on the Kant b till tract next herein descrlliod nail on the Mouth b tho dirt road known a tho Harris road vontalnlng four IIcnlI nioro or less It twlng tho land conveyed to the decedent A II by Craig and adjoins the tract next described Tho second tract U Ixnuided on the North nnd Kant by tho lards tho Mouth by the lands of It 11lfronnugh and U K Knrrls and on tho West by the helm of John lluchannii containing ncrt s It wing the land convvynl to tha nforeeoli decedent by his father 3foses Foley This property dOs not embrace the six acres store or Ices on which the defend FclryhowneldeTile n credit of six months unit tho purchnier will lw required to give land for tho price with approviM security payatilo to the Uommls stoner lioarlng Interest at thin rate of a per cent per annum train dateof Mile until Judd and having the force and effect of a Judg went upon which execution may Isnuo at maturity If not paid GEO n SAUFLEY bL C L C C Collectors Salt for Taxes Dm Crab Orchard Graded School District On HATVHUAY DKO I IoM Utwecn tho hours of Intal3FXIn front or the hank building InOrab Orchard Ky I will sell nt oblle outcry to the highest and Ixst bidder the property henlnatter mentioned fortaxe due Crab hoisted School District for the year tux In addition to the amount of tax n sufllclent uniount must he realized front these snlen to n of percent and the cost of advertisements Chnrle DnvKBncrisliind sm A Ml11nttTilneree leoJWIilUWiicrv 19 Mrs Kate IVttus town lot I Ill J W Moore 0 acres 3 W Tho following Is n further list of delinq uents whcxeperiiomil property will be sold at tho xanie time nnd iilnco nl the nlwve ind wwlll bo imrtlcularly ilewrllml III this col ulna IDunys prior to tho dolts of sales Joel Adorns It m John linker I m linker 1111 V K Babbitt ItK K llobbltt Admr AIJJ IH lUlrdett I UI John Unrpwnter In JJI Carson I M31 Cornier 100 J lliyook IIU Clarence Wood T K Wray m T JCulton im- WmCorno Korrcst Foley IK Charles Harris I UI Jhrls Ilutchlnaon in James Henley in Walter Honley I larhiml JIIIIHU I ID nettle KIng I m Ilenn II Ie Shigeo ui- riiomas Imid Jr leorg Inrrlsli John lat uu in Mill lU IMIIltl II- I1It Iettui III Units Hevernnco in lohn Vernon I in- leorge Vnnhook I tu fin Wlliiurn I in lames Wilbnni ui UKOKOK W HHONAllllI Treasurer and Collector for Crab Orchard traded Hchool District 0 loridaNew Cuba i reached jn comfort via QUEEN CRESCEN ROUTEAND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chiccrfo Florida Special In Senlet Jttcstj lib 1906 Solid Pullman Train vo f I OINNATI 0Ca P M LEXINGTON llrtD P M AWVIliB 120A M DIlL and Obsen lon Confer Jack Boarlllo and M Auaustlne vU Ctatunocga and Atlaata Florida Limited Solid Train AesTO CINCINNATI 800 A M ISXINCITON 1039 A U UAHVILLB lliOO M The Coaches Pullman ration and Dining Car forJarleonville- St Aiunis Ine t mul New trimsviiCualtanoosa Atlanta toil Ulrailngtiam Queen Crescent Special loUd train Cincinnati Ltxlneton Einvllle to New OrlKon vu Chattanooga and IllrmlncMm olIO tlitoush lullman to Jacknonvllle vII Asnnlllo and Savannah and Chtrlnton Winter tourist tlckru now on sale itreduced rate For Information apply Chute W Zcll 01 A Cincinnati n c kIag P I T Jullwa 6y aiRRETT allnaaol Octnl aaare Ot Pr t t C1NCI1NATI O a PA IfHAIR BALSAM jnern set besalle0a halt rant leoath qraytheirCunt 111105atsudalIUet 55ACRE FARM FOR RENT Tho Hlchiml Collier III rill of U acres on Cedar Creek near W T Tuckers For jxir tlculars e i Thomas lame or write to Thomas Collier HoiiijTut Hta A Poultry And Eggs Wanted twill highest market price for Tur kuysEggslfuhtensondnllouter itoultry Also rabbits Will IM nt my olllco on tancastcrHt J K Ituck local iiiuniitfiT II II Northcott Look Out for Bargains letCnsteclKonpn cakes fur lie dozen matches Inr Come aunt Ret your Ixiya suits at tYand K now t iiiand H llent prices for product1 D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASEYOU Why buy readymade clothing when Ull 1f- In Ull tl 1IT1tJ In till price lit ready made suits and n stilt inndeto your mensunt tukou by an viperlenced tailor I hnvo n ImmlMiino lino of Winter I can make front n low price business stilt to the llneiitdrest suit Overcoats Trout ers and Fancy Vests Thu romHiny rep resent Is second to none 1IC UUlIKV The Tailor Hlanford Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I I wish to sell III farm 8K miles West ol Ilustonvlllu Onrpen tors conslsting01lIlsSherd of rich blue HllltlOIIE or tulstcco Innd nil In Km is This fnrni can bo equally divided to advantage so as to haven good d on each piece nlo neceauiry outbulldltiRS The farm lays almost in a Hjunrp only out uiiRlii In lines There are three slock barns good tobacco luirn 2 tables tenant IIOUMS good water In every field t six lasting springs 3 streams runnltiK through whole trunk J HTfH AHNNTn llustonvlllo Ky POSTED strictlyforbhlbuntntgnshtngornnr passing on our place and proweuto vi olators to the full extent of thu law Fart VonOruenlgnn He Ichenlmch Itros Kred VonAllnmn VonOruenlgnn Fred Itauiiiiinii leorgo Holme- K Kelchenbnch Joseph Ititllou A U Dunn M J Hofinaiin- MrsMHaydenWvlch M II Klmoro IiavldHtephens falIolTlllllnn llaughmnnChristina Jacob Jrssweln HnnxDnmcron Mrs MJ Ashlock ctOovfrKrvd llnndorf Mr MlYndl lon W U Conner J Nevlll Carter Peter Italmer J Oamenlsch DnugucrlyJHprnttJKJW Peak II K Martin IlitdanyMfeppleeJInMliupoii Hroi To Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during the month of August sell at a discount all FRAMESETCsad isfaction ns before Ollico over Me Roberts Drug Store 9 to 12 A M liM to 4 P M W N Craig Stanford FARM fOR SALE Nnnpyfahner THURSDAY DEC 6 06 at 2 oclock i on the runlses toll their cltunlyKentucky 103 ACRESHull farm Ulna hlRli state of ciiltlvntlon rthorecof which lit In grass It is locnt on tilt lUelllllolld k JJlIIIllIItr milts tIISt ot JnellllrllnlllJt turlllllkllll very best nelghlxirboodsln the county and on a rural route and only n short distance tthellJIIIIIIW1lItey Is to Iw paid I reserve the right to reject and bids hut the IlrtllJtrl Is bound to Kold XVIII self houwhold furniture lit taw name time William Palmer I Diamond ITry I Cough 541tlp1 I Syrup White o Pino Corn I pound Own with Tar Our I Maker 1JFor Men and Women pecially adopted for of nil ages Be cure I ChitdrcnI for the Diamond tle Duly 25c I Stanford L t gco1 GRirroN 1ANnC- LOTHES Grifon Brand Overcoats and Cravenette Rain Coats Best Try one SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY All Kinds of Hatchets and Axes a4 GEORGE FARRIS Gut Your Feed Grind Your Corn Pump Wateri Saw Wood USE TilE HASAN GASOLINE ENGINE They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 TO 50 HORSEPOWER HaanGas Engine Co Winchester Ky the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky t CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 = = Ly= OFFIOERScO S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B OvrgLEri Stanford H PIUNKIS Stanford d W OAIUEH Turncnvllla W II CUMMIN retcliertvllle L O Qoocil Wojnosburgi W II TIUYCOII Ollonrts Ureek U L HOUMK Ltncaitcr W O WALKCH Stanfordr J D FotTtn Stanford W II HIIANKR Stanford J II TAXTUX Stanford We rAlllotrull lollclt tho accounts of hlllnvidllale 11 rill lUd Hunks nnd lliinkcn nnd Ire iirtpnnd to furnish nil depositors such nccotiinioilnlloni in are conilatont with infu ImukliiK Moilurn flafety lt iuilt lioxim In our vnult for mo of our Customers First National BankStanford ICy Capital StocK 50000 This institution was originally eitabllih as the Deposit Dank of Stanord In IBIS then reorganized ua the National Bank of Stanford In 186S and again reorganized at the Flnt National Baik of Stanford In 18S1 baTing had practically an uninterrupted existence for 43 years It U better lupplled now with facilities tor transact laibusinecJ promptly and well than ever before la its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Flduclarln and Cir poratlons Solicited Offloers J nOOKER Pretl T IUHRI9 V fret J J MoltODKUTS Ohr W II WRAUKNAistOhn Directors 1 Reid DinTllIe T lards Stanford A 8 flocks Stanford K L Tnnner McKlnnev D Kimono Stanford II Haughman Stanford T P HIM Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J II naughman Stanford J Pettut Stanford O K Tate Stanford r