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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30 1906NO74 Mens Suits Overcoats worth 1000 298 H T LOGAN Lancaster Ky FOROD FORGED- It Has Come but We Could NOT Help IT Save This and Wait Until Mens Pants worth 300 Boys Suits Worth 3OO all go at 98c LOGAN Lancaster SATURDAY DEC 1 AT 9DO A M H T Logan Lancaster Kys Greatest Clothier will inaugurate the GREATEST CUTPRICE SALE Clothing DECEMBER 1ST at A M wJ HIi CVJHSrOC JExAnticipating a prosperous season we bought heavily A backward season stares us in the face right in the heart of the season We will distribute this high grade merchandise into the homes of the valuesthatBoysSuitsMONEY REFUNDED ON ALL UNSATISFACTORY MERCHANDISE E1 XsLQG NIIaI1casterJ I yFifty Salesmen Wanted R R fare paid to purchasers of 25 or over for a radius of 25 miles A VISIT TO STANFORD The writer had ibpleasure Friday of visiting the old town whore ho spent nearly 25 years of tho brat and most pleasant years of his life and of taking the glad hands of those with whom ho mingled and learned to love during that quarter of a century Stanford is not very largo nor yet very beautiful but what it lacks In size and in beauty it makes up in excellence and wo say in truth und candor that its population embraces to a larger extent than towns of Its size the best people on earth Stanford was started on its career of more or less greatness something less than two hundred years ago and whllo it has not grown so fast as some less favored cities it is still slowly im proving there being evidences on many sides of growth and thrift Stanford never has had a loom and possibly never will havo unless tho gas and oil which aro said to underlie the town and vicinity are utilized with profit Roth have been struck but the borers wearied in well doing before either showed in paying quantities- A murder case which attracted great Interest was being argued when wo arrived in Stanford It was that of James Kennedy for tho killing of Milton Estes at Crab Orchard on election day A half dozen prominent attorneys of tho county and section wore on either side Thero have been- a number of homicides In Lincoln county recently with either acquittals- or inadequate punishment and tho people are becoming aroused over tho conditions An unusually good jury was obtained in tho case and the proof being conclusive as we are told the accused was given a life sentence four or five of tho jury standing out for capital punishment Young Kennedy has killed two men In as many years having been acquitted of the first Ills brother is in jail awaiting tho result of his appeal from a 10year sentence for the killing of an old German neighbor They are sons of Grovo Kennedy JuJge Ron F Roach of Horrodaburg is special judge in Lincoln county by appointment of tho Governor and he is winning golden opinions for his fairness and legal ability Wo are glad to know that tho INTEnt OR JOURNAL tho child of our younger days for whom wo labored in season and out for so many years continues to grow and prosper under tho guidance of n younger brother whoso efforts de serve the success it is achieving It is Issued twice a week has 3500subscrib ors and is the best paying property of its size Kentucky I t 9 It was our first visit to the old place for nearly two years and altogether one of tho most pleasant we ever en joyed Frankfort Journal The Moderate Drinker I desire to say a word of warning to the moderate drinker To him who never becomes intoxicated and can stop at any time ho chooses to do so Yet but very few choose to stop for after tho dreadful appetite for stimulants is formed it requires almost superhuman strength of will to resist It Touch not taste not handle not Is the only path of safety and ho who is wise will walk therein There is poison in tho very scent danger in a single glass and pau perism and a disgraceful death in its continued use Oh young man you I now address I As you raise the glass to your lips think of tho thousands of mighty minds that this disgraceful hab- It has destroyed and ask yourself this question Am I stronger than ho 7 Touch not taste not handle not there is safety alone in that Why I can closo my eyes and see a procession of schoolmates and friends of later years who have passed on to tho unseen world and they like you wero once moderate drinkers who saw no danger in a social glass and I say to you if you value your life if you value your own happiness or that of those dear to you if you value your souls eternal welfare not handle not A FriendMRS D B GOOCII In Time of Peace la tho first months of the Iluasla Japan war wo had a striking example of tho necessity for preparation and time curly advantage of thoso who so to speak Jiuvo shingled their roofs in dry weather rife virtue of prep aration has made history and given to us our greatest men Time Individual us well us tho nation should be prepared for any emergency Are you prepared to successfully combat tho first cold you take A cold can be cured much more quickly when treated as soon as It has been contracted and before It has becom settled In the system Chamberlains Cough llcmo dy is famous for its cures of colds und it should bo kept at hand ready for instant use For solo by Stanford Drug Co- Little Girl My mamma Is at homo washing dishes Little Boy We dont have to wash no dishes My mamma keeps a dog John Day was fined 50 at Clarks ville Tenn for swearing over the telephone I J NEWS NOTES A drummer was fined 50 for treat ing some of his customers in Lincoln Nebraska under an old statute in operation for 20 years Three men were killed and five oth ers seriously Injured in a collision In the New York Now Haven and Hart ford yards at New Haven Conn George Athy a barber at Campton was almost ourned to death in his room because of the soundness with which he slept Tho mattress on tho bed was afire when ho was aroused While fighting over the possession of a rabbit near Cynthiana which both claimed to hhvq killed Floyd Benson was shot throught tho stomach by the younger brother John and so badly wounded that ho will die John Rooney a prisoner in the Beat tyville jail stabbed and almost in stantly killed Charles oydn Negro also a prisoner during a fight over a game of cards The dead man was confined under sentence of five years in the penitentiary for criminal as sault The total valuation of the tangible property of tho railroad corporations operating in Kentucky as fixed by the State Railroad Commission for tho pur pose of assessment and taxation for 1900 is 63902085 This is an increase over the valuation by this same body last year of 2783290- A Central City dispatch says Ac cording to reports current a genuine simonpure devil wus born of a woman in Muhlenbcrg county Tho story goes that a preacher died recently and his widow being an unbeliever burned all his religious books Biblo and all and soon after a child or devil was born to her having a full set of teeth horns tall claws and a hideous head and full of talk He told the mother that he was the devil and had come to torment her for seven years and then she should dioand go to hades This information being considered by the mother as high ly offensive and reprehensible in a son tried to smother him but lulling in this she took him to a pond and threw him in with the intent to drown him but ho swam out and followed her to the house hlr-A reliable medicine and ono that should always be kept in tho home for Immediate uso is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent tho attack If given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or oven after thocroupycoujjh appears For sale by Stanford Drug Co HUBBLE Eld F M Tinder will fill his appoint ment Sunday afternoon at the Chris tian church- T C and D F Rankin shipped a car load of mules to Atlanta Luther King and H C Walter sold their crops of baled hay at 12 per ton Mrs J S McKittrick is visiting rel atives at Perryville Richard Bratton has moved to his new home which ho recently bought of S W Moss Elder F M Tinder pastor of tho Christian church here has sent in his resignation to take effect Dec 30 Dur ing his three years work the church has grown and prospered and it is with feelings of regret that we give up this good man as all have learned to love him from the least to tho greatest- L G Hubble is repairing his farm dwelling Mrs Robert Sloan has returned from a visit to her parents In Wayne county We aro glad to know that H C Walter is Improving rapidly Little Miss Nannie Bratton is on the sick list James McKcchnie went to Lexington Tuesday Misses Lucy Go ver and Bessie Rankin of Bronston are guests of Mrs Thomas McBeath Mrs Harry Griffis of Danville has been with her sister Mrs AJ Rice Kinnaird Bourne and wife are rejoicing over tho arrival of a son Grover Mc Kcchnio will entertain a few friends at a six oclock dinner this evening FARMERS DEPARTMENT W H Furr of Garrard has sold his hemp at 6c Wilson Alexander bought 36 yearling cattle at 31c A B Bastin sold to Charles Scott 30 acres near Crab Orchard for 2800 G D Boono shipped to Cincinnati Wednesday a carload of hogs he bought at 5 to Sic S T and B L Martin of tho West End bought 20 800pound cattle of M J Farris at 3ic Danville Herald At the FosigTipton horse sales in Lexington T L Carpenter of Huston ville bought Imp Defosscn brown mare six years old by Jannisnry dam Reformation by Jolly Friar for 1050A eggs should weigh 24 ounces This Is the average weight for Ply mouth Rocks Wyandottcs and Leg horns Light Brahmas Langshans Minorcos Black Spanish fowls and Houdans produce eggs weighing from 26 to 30 ounces to the dozen Mrs Mary Carey who is accused of poisoning five people has been committed to jail in Philadelphia to aw art the action of tho coroners jury H T Ky Christmas Greeting IAre You Ready or Have You Thought ofXmas We send this to sound the alarm That another year is closing and to make others happy you want to put on your studying cap to know what to buy and where to find it We ARISE TO A POINT OF ORDER TO IN FOUSI YOU THAT THE CIIAS WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTON VILLE is the proper place to buy your CHRISTMAS GOODS Yes wo have purchased large line of XMAS GOODS from THE OLD MANand not his BOYS consisting of everything to tickle everybody from the Little Tot to the Grandma TOYS GALORE BIBLESand Books for tho young and old Everything from n Jumping Jack ton Hobby Ilorss Jewelry r Wo have a line to please everybody A special line fdr handsome gifts that uo one would be ashamed of Firstclass nail strictly reliable General Line Everything that is kept in u general store Wo have a special sale on in Clothing everyday 10 per cent oft on Overcoats and Suits LADIES and CHILDRENS CLOAKS Every one u Bargain New stock MILLINERY 25 per cent off to clean up for the season Now stock A largo stock of Shoes at the old Prices Notwithstanding the advance on Shoes we will continue to sell at old prices Pay no ateiition to what others anysay ulxnit advances lust come to us we will convince you Wo will save you money if you will let us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonviile Ky i Prices Rfght on Cooking and R P1 Heating Stoves at u Geo DP Hoppers Stanforo KyaA Hardware Queensware TinwareGro ceries Field Seeds c A11wldosizes sewer pipe just f received r l The Interior JournalI bE c WALTONI M F NORTH Ii n candidate for Ucpwicntntlveof Llueon county lubjcct to thu notion of tbo VIJIIIO t italic puny J T ROBERTS II cnnilldnto tar MiiRUtrnte In thu Omh Orclumi MnitlHtcrlnt IHntrkt subject to tho- acUon of tbudemoernttctu A WASHINGTON dispatch says that at the Capital John Sharp Williams regarded by many Democrats as the most available candidate for the presidency Not that they dislike Mr Bryan but that they think that having been honored with two nOminations he should now be content to work as a private in the ranks Besides they say that his views on government own crahip are not to be admired All this may be true and it may be true that time has wiped out old sectional feelings but we do not believe it The time has not yet arrived when the Northern people will vote for a Southern man for president as much good presidential timber as can be found south of the Ohio river and it looks like useless talk to discuss the matter Our opinion is that Mr Bryan Is the only candidate that can win and that 1he will be nominated and elected to- f highest office in the nation tTilE 50000 libel suit of Noel Gain es against Mr W P Walton of the Frankfort Journal was called at Law renceburg Monday and the case set for 1twas prejudiced in the case but he stub bornly refused to do so As Jud e feiIto the world that his enemies can get justice in his court THEY wont let some of the old fel r lows rest in peace even in the grave At Philadelphia the body of James Wilson a signer of the declaration or independence was exhumed after 108 graveI4000 votes would have served to wipe out the Republican majority in the lower house of Congress Only by this narrow margin was the admin tration sustained notwithstanding the confessed popularity of its chief Tim public always has to foot the bills Railroad managements which have raised wages 10 per cent now announce that they will advance freig rates 10 per cent The hilarity over I the first announcement is likely to sub side when the second is read- Mit W P WALTON has bought the Frankfort Call an afternoon publication and for the present will merge it with the Frankfort Journal He In forms his readers that when occasion requires the Call will be resumed as an afternoon paper POLITICAL Representative S M Russell of Todd county was badly hurt in a run awayPatrick H McCarren the leader of the Brooklyn Democracy In an inter vIew in Denver denied that he scratch I Hearst at the recent election In a congratulatory speech to the officers and men of thu battleship Louis iana upon which he made the trip ti Panama President Roosevelt dwelt upon the opportunities for young men it the navy W D Boyce a Chicago publisher surprised the postal Commission at Washington by presenting a proposition- to take over tho postal business of the country and operate it as a private enterprise under Government control At Washington Speaker Cannon has disposed of the argument over clipt spelling What kind of spelling do you favor Mr Speaker was asked r him Oh hell said Uncle Joe I dont bother my head about either It kind I leave my spelling to the steno grapher Although deluged with letters of appeal the president is still firm regard ing his dismissal of the Negroes of the 24th Infautry The secretary to Book er T Washington and the Negrocollec tor of internal revenue called on the president and were closeted with him in regard to the matter William Jennings Bryan is easily the best man available for the Democrats to nominate for President in 1908 and if nominated he should win Theodore Roosevelt and William Ran dolpk Hearst are eliminated as presidential possibilities by the verdict men dered by New York voters on Novem ber 6th said Senator Blackburn in a Washington interview The Government has decided to drop the prosecution of the case against For mer Congressman W Godfrey Hunter of the Eleventh district of Kentucky who was charged with violation of civil service laws in forcing political assess ments upon postmasters and other Fed eral officers was a candidate for the republican nomination for Con Tiil gress Edwards j It Congressman John Sharp Williams In speech at Wathall Miss declared that Gov Vardaman was a monomaniac on the Negro question and not in ae cord with the sentiment of the Soutl It has become known that Gov Bcckham hnd notified Louisville ministers who desired a conference withI him regarding tho enforcement of the Sunday laws that the Rev Dr E I Powell of Louisville will not be re ceivcd at the Executive office at Cuture meetings The Louisville ministers will go to Frankfort today Pr Pow declines to recede from his position attacking the Governors sincerity Here and There An unknown robber blew open the postoffice safe at Boguo Chitto Miss and got away with 1000 Two buildings leased for a Negro school have been destroyed by fire within two weeks at East St Louis The Federal grand jury at St Louis returned two indictments against tho Waters Pierce Oil Company on a charge of violating the antitrust law A floating mine a legacy of the Rus soJapanese war was driven ashore on the coast of Hondo where it exploded killing 10 villagers and wounding 66 About 500 unorganized employes of tho Arnold plant of the American Window Glass Company New Kensington Pa struck causing n suspension of the works Senator B R Tillman delivered his lecture in Chicago according to announcement Police and detectives were distributed throughout the ball but thrre was no trouble Luther frazier a Negro was sentenced in Atlanta to 15 years 1m prisonment for attempt at criminal assault The crIme was committed just prior to the Atlanta riots The Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company has granted an crease of four cents an hour in the wages of its trainman on the main line from Chicago to El Paso Distillers throughout the country ire much worked up over the recent order of the Commissioner of Intern Revenue relative to the use of wholesale liquor dealers stamps Ninetysix Federal prisoners each a different type and convicted of various crimes against the United State left Washington on a speacial train for the Government prison in Atlant At Beattyville Mesa Feltner of Hamilton 0 formerly of Breathi ounty was dismissed by Judge Riddle in charges of confederating to secure the assassination of Judge James Har tis J Handy Moore and Dr J M White of Hickman while intoxicate feU from their buggy It was raining at the time and when found the next norning both men had died of drown inlt A fine of 18 000 was imposed on the American Sugar Refining Co by Judge Hough in the United States circuit ourt of New York for accepting re bates from the New York Central Rai road Co- Anent the report that Nat C Goof win won 62000 from Theodore Barrel utting cards the actor has been invited to the District Attorneys office to tell the name of the proprietor of this house of high play Six men were burned to death and robably 35 were injured in a fire that ractically destroyed the Lighthous Hotel conducted by the Salvation Army in St Louis Nearly 500 people wer sleep in the hotel Ethel Davis eightyearold daughte of Deputy Sheriff Flint Davis of reathitt county was instantly killed by a bullet from her fathers pistol The officer let the weapon drop on the floor and it was discharged The dead letter sale the most amus inK public function that takes place at the national capital will be held or ecember 17 when nondescript articles from all parts of the world will be knocked down to the highest bidder IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Garrett Davis is dead in samine G Urfer of Junction City died suddenly of apoplexy while out in his cow lotParker White serving a jail sentence made his his escape from the Richmond jail Some careless hunter punctured with- bird shot a fine broodmare belonging t- oIS Tevis a few days ago tobert Rankin of the Hcdgnville section has been elected a director in the Boyle National Bank at Danville eventeerrhead of live stock were burned in James Dinchs barnnear Mid dlesboro Bloodhounds were brought to the scene and as a result of their- trail John James and George Ayers are In Turner of Quarter House fame in whose blind tiger 35 men have- been killed has quit the liquor business- and Is making speeches in Bell county on behalf of temperance in the fight against saloons in that county In the case of Pulliam against Baker requiring several days for trial the jury decided in favor of Bakers claim that Pulliam is an equal partner in tho business of the Mountaineer Publishing Co and not a creditor of plantiirnerset LL ww aa ra JflMES M PHILLIPS- STANFORD KY DEAUB IK Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Bulld ilers1 Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build lug purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application Please remit us the amount you are due on the Interior Journal The label on which is printed your name will show amount due PUBLIC SALE 01- I 200000 STOCK 4W GeneralMerchandise will on THK8DAY KO IWrt sell my stock of Roods niul store llxturviim it vhoUs to the highest lllhllr Tills eloek of goods is new flat skull none of It having boon In my IIOUM over u month This itock ion KlitM of Ilr iloodi Motion Mho hard wureTlnwimHrocrle Onelmlfof lIck Thl stockist goals Is Ilryeutstllloinrrnrdcounty Ky and Slits ilnro him tho 111 oint In tho county to null Knl I tlul u 1IIIIIIlII811f t lI1the wst your unit I will say there is no better ntunit nny wlicns My utork of Rood In In the lnrgt IIturehuliHI- OWI1Id liv IVttut llro of Homumot Ky unit tldshutiacall b liouulit or ttitl unit I will my that their Is not n liottrr liiilnt n UemenilM tills U u IdgIsruidle mi tilt utiuvo tumMHl ulnce lit uVlock r lire IMh llrynntnvlllolftnlnvinllfifrom any town iiKrlcalturiil land In the Hint It nii liiulhlMilnt for Im lneii For furthlrlVlrthulllrllnll on or ntiaris A Rryant vlllo 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 McRobertsPERSONAL supervision given to nil Prescriptions =V7 THE PRESENTi- s the time to think about the future Dont wait until the last minute to lees your CHRISTMAS GIFTS Theres nothing to be gained I postponement and something may lost OUR HOLIDAY STOCK Diamonds Jewelry Watches Clocks Silver and other metal novelties le now complete Why not make lections now Goods purehased will be reserved until Christmas It Honest desired wu H MUELLERJcweler III I KentuckyDRUGGIST The Honest Mike is Bpot Just the for Farmers And Everybody out in all kinds Honest Mike keeps your stands rough wear strong vicea- blePRICE and ser W B Perkins W H HIC GINS iStanford Kentucky y OVER6OTSr Our Stock of Overcoats r t Is Indeed Fine L w I h We only ask those who know and those who care to purchase to give us an opportut nity to show them Of course Greys and Blacks are the only things shown and we t show them in great variety at Prices frorY5- to 20 RAIN COATS In this we think we have them all beaten a block Look at them and see Black Shield Sleeker 250 Black Fish Sleeker 3 The old light colored Rover Coat dry as a powder horn 5 A Boys Mcintosh 3 A Boys Cravinette 5 Our Mens Cravinettes are ideal garments at 10 15 1750 and 20 in neat smooth fabrics in Blacks or Greytwith long center vents H J McROBRTS r 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 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky CO otars tf you look our advice Init Hummor nml Inlil In your Uixil you nro Imlrnl fortu nntn If you did not lay It lu now end avoid pnying thu hlRtict price for hunt you hays fret piiUI Wo IIMo a Rood vnrloly 1UUK OHM MIX Kl OANNKI JKMHK itnl n car of OAN NKfj Try onn load of thin It will saws you inuiipy inn glen you the twit nn that you hnvo trliiul WBEBDENHAM f J P1UMPS rl t All Kinds all prices any depth rr ROOFINGAll t l tar S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky H fTinner and Plumber a h STANFORD KYNov19Ot- i WE have just received a WR supply of Comic and Leather Post Cords Penny Drug Store t PERSONALS rr MR C V GENTIIY attended tliohors isaleIn Lexington O1Ts lion B B KING or Moreland went up to ML Vernon Wednaiday ngellicrab iV vflU bore thU woek with relatives k DICK GBNTKY of LoxliiRton Is wit i Mrs BllmUlain and Mr IL It Gentry 1MR T W JONKS and wife have mov t to Lincoln from Boone county MRS PnunnNcu SIIKWMAKER ot i Mer land Is vfeltlng relatives in Vii Rlnta Mne W L Woon of Danville Is FiMil J S HirriSH and wife or Somerset are with relatives in tbls t county Mils MAUOAftBT KINO of Moreland U with Mrs J 0 McAllister In Lex inRton PROP W C GniNSTBAD of Danville spent yesterday with his daughter Mrs J W Ireland MR J E FARRO and family or Danville have gone to Orlando Fin to spend the winter MRS J E CLAUNCII and little son or Somerset Bra with her parents Mr and Mrs J fi Lynn Mn R M NKWLAND spent sovcra t days at Crab Orchard Springs and was ono of a jolly house party Mnn SUE YKACBU and Miss France Adams spent yesterday with Mrs Rod man Keenon in Frankfort DR CIJFTOS FOWLFR and wife wil occupy Miss Dora Straubs residence oi West Main street next year EMIU MEIBR who has been in bust t ness at Stonega Vat is with his par tents In the Highland section MISS MAUD SrAiNitowEit of Stan ford spent Saturday and Sunday with honicfolks in Upper Garrard Miss JAMBS D SHARP of Sullen burg Ind is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Pruitt ait Moreland Miss NEETA MURraY of Plcasan Point Is the guest of her aunt Mrs Tom Gooch In the West End Tin Missionary Society of the Bap tlst church will meet with Mrs Kato Miller this afternoon at 230 oclock MRS JAMES P THOMPSON and son of Lebanon Junction aro visiting hci parents Mr and Mrs Milton Warren MR AND MRS T S ROIIINSON who have been the guests of Judge W L Dawson and family returned to lou isvillo Tuesday MRS C L CROW and sister Miss Frankio Davidson will go to Lexing ton to spend Thanksgiving with rela tives Advocate MR AND MRS L R HUGHES went up to Mt Vernon yesterday to eat Thanksgiving turkey with her parents Mr and Mrs F L Thompson MRS JULIA HUGHES returned yester day from a visit to her daughter Mrs E T Carter at Evansville Ind Lit tie Earl Carter returned with her- MES R8 JAMES II EADS and M D Shearer of Wayne have been with Mr J D Eads Tho latter gentleman wants to buy a farm In this soction NEWS comes from Utah that Dr C P Harvicllo who married Miss Isa bella Bailey of this place has acquired b valuable and extensive mining interests J MISSES JULIA HIGGINS and Kate Douglass of Richmond were guests of Miss Mary Higglns Tuesday They woro en route to Crab Orchard Springs MR S L GREEN and wire and Mrs Suo M Green and children have been guests of Mr Tom Goodo and family They returned to Lexington Wednes day MISSES JULIA STAGG Mellie Hopper and her friend Miss Edna Reiser of Home City 0 and Messrs James Yowell Harry Frye Joo Will Rout Milton McCormack Howard Camnltz and Val Morse of Hustonvlllc attend ed the hop hero Tuesday evening DR AND MRS W N CRAIG returned Wednesday where from Mlddleaboro the doctor hob been doing a good deal of optical work They are both so well pleased with the exMagic City that they have decided to return in a week or so and spend the winter there Fur Collars In Black and Drown Coney Opossum and IsabellaFox GOo to 8660 Round Boas Both fiilles fur in Coney Fox and Opossum 85 Jio 81050 V Long Scaris In IttiniUomo furs such ns Uliick Coney Brown Conoy Opossum Fox Mink Muffs firveFyMbBORN to the wife of Mr II C Wra a daughter Miss OPHELIA CHANCELLOR spent several days with tho Misses Engli manT E BALDWIN JR of Madison spent Thanksgiving with his slate Mrs W II Shank LOCALS DIAMONDS in rings in brooches In studs in cult buttons etc at Mi oilers HONEY Hd Hubbard has pound of honey for Bale Ho will sell in any quantity AKTBR Dee 1st willbe worth Cc per quart and cream 20c per quart J B Camcnisch 2t GRAND opening of holiday good Thursday Dec from 2 to 5 nnd 7 to p M nt Fans MR GEORGE S ENTER of this place bought the Pettus cottage at Crab Orchard for 300 You are cordially invited to attcn Farris holiday opening Thursday De- cGfrom2tobnnd7to9PM IeSTANFORD souvcrnlr spoons with pic tures of Courthouse Graded School and Malo Female Seminary at Mucl lers IOST between depot and Mr J E Lynns sixyearold hays overcoat Leave at this office and receive reward HAVING sold my stock of general merchandise I desire all those owing mo to please call and settle W M Wheat Mt Salem 3U I WILL be in myStanford office tor the next few days and will bo glad to wait on those who aro troubled will their eyes Dr W N Craig LOST between Stanford and Gilbert Creek a paper sack from Miss Van Dc veers millinery store containing a black hat and two veils Leave at this of lice e AMERICA LOGAN aged 64 and tin mother of seven children died of pneu mania Wednesday and was buried it the colored cemetery yesterday after noon THE ladies of tho Christian chute cleared about 65 on their bazaar in tin Myers Honso storeroom Tuesday Tin money will go toward buying an organ for the church CARD GFTIIANKSMr and Mrs Lemuel Powell wish to thank theii neighbors and friends for their kind at tention during the illness of their be loved son John Powell IN order to reduce my stock of bug glee 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 pf any kind now is tho time to buy E T Pence SAVE postage time and trouble by ordering papers and magazines from Miss Hettio Harris Crab Orchard Now is tho time to order a yearly subscription of a leading magazine as a Christmas present Renewals are solicited of present subscriptions AN enjoyable hop given at Wal tons Opera House Tuesday evening in honor of Misses Lola and Lottie Kitch en of Ashland the attractive guests of Misses Sue Taylor and Nannie Woods Engleman By tho way these young ladles will return to their home at Ash land tomorrow much to the regret of several of our young men THANKSGIVING yesterday was a quiet ono here The banks poatoffico and most of tho stores were closed and business generally was suspended In the morning Dr W F Vaughan preached a fine sermon at tho Methodist church but in the afternoon and evening nothing out of the ordinary vas doing The weather was perfect aril a good many took to tho fields in search of quailTSOLD OUTMr W M Wheat has sold his stock of general merchandise at Mt Salem to Mr Matt Engleman or Moreland Possession given Feb 1 907 Mr Wheat Is undecided as to what he will do but we hope ho will continue to remain in Lincoln Mr En leman is a merchant of considerable xperience He Is a fino gentleman and tho citizens of the Mt Salem section should give him a warm welcome to their midst READ W H Hlggins ad FOR UENTMy gcon Portma Avenue J C McClary TWENTYpoundsof granulated suga for at W II Higgins CAR of canal coal at each of Denham yards Rowland and Stanford FOR SALE 5000 ginseng seed at I per 1000 Also 400 ginseng plants A P Brackott Stanford TRY a few bushels of Dcnlamscanc coal and be convinced that you can have a better fire nnd for less cost than with the cheaper coals FOR RENT Tho office in the INTEI ion JOURNAL building now occupied by J S Owaley Jr Is for rent for tho year 1907 Call at this office FOR ItENTThe Harris home of eight rooms on Logan avenue All modern conveniences House is in splendid repair P P Nunnelley BLACK and tan female hound escaped from crate at depot the 17th WI19 seen on Knob Lick pike near E G Bicklcys Reward paid for recovery J S Rice agent iYOUlt attention scalled to the big on our first page of IL T Logan tho Lancaster haberdasher Ho has 30000 worth of now goods which he Is almost giving away Notice some ot the big reductions in prices ho is mak ing NEW STOREM csss C Moser d Co have opened a grocer store at Moreland and are doing a good bust ness Mr Moser was born in Pennsyl vania but came to Casey some six years ago He has been a resident of Lift coin county several months ISO It of our patrons evidently think we send out statements for the fun of tho thing from the attention they give them Patience is ceasing to be a vir tue with us in somo cases where we have written and written for remittances Next thing you hear of tHesi accounts will be turned over to a good lawyer for collection NOTICE Tho Fiscal court of Lincoln county will convene in special session on Thursday Dec 20th 1906 and nil turnpike contractors who have com pleted their contracts and want any Christmas money will file their claim with the clerk on or before that day R C Warren judge Lincoln county court Nov 19 1906 A ST Louis woman inher petition for divorce complains that her husband had the irritating habit of wadding up 50 npd 100 bills and throwing them at her Some women never know when they are well off The majority or them seek divorce because their hus bands have the Irritating habit of not throwing nny kind of bills at them A DESERVED PROMOTION Mr M II Randolph who married a sister of Mrs Emmett McCormack of Huston villc has been made general agent of tho Frisco lines in St Louis lie has been with the company 25 years Mr R began as agent at Derby Kansas and has received a number of promo tions He was chief clerk in the office at Wichita Kansas for several land has held many good positions with tho Frisco people e AN exceedingly Interesting and en oyablo entertainment was that at the iradcd School Wednesday evening There wero 20 numbers on tho program and each was well rendered The music numbers were especially good the drills were well executed the declamations were fine and tho dialogues and pantomimes were most creditable A paper by Thomas Bright is deserving of especial mention He was living a hair century ahead and his plays on his colleagues and teachers were amus ng and ingenuous Robert Waters ournal was the source of much laugh tor Tho debate was an enjoyable eaturc It was affirmed by John Downer and Miss Berta Jean Penny hat Immigration Should Bo Prohibited George Hopper and Miss Bessie antis took the negative Each of hem spoko on the question and some trong points were brought out on each side The judges Miss Mattie Paxton rof 0 B Pallia and Mr Kindrick Vlcorn after due consideration decided that tho affirmative side had won A large crowd was present andsplendid order was preserved Much credit is- due both the teachers and pupils for heir good work of tho evening You Must Have Them ntaaltaelltl IOuo of the very noticeable features of tho horse show in NoV York won that every lady wore n fur of eomo kind Small neck scarfs wore more in evidence than any other kind We are showing a variety of furs and wide range of pricero also have the large shapes for those who like n warm KY Fort want of space will sell two new sewing machines at cost W H Mueller DONT miss Farris opening of holiday goods Thursday Dec 6 from 2 to Ii and 7 to 9 P M MINE HOSTS FAnnie HARDIN or tho St Asaph did themselves proud yesterday by scrvihg a most elegant and palatable Thanksgiving dinner to their boarders and guests 3418 Hon Harvey Helms major ty over Judge Bethurum for Congress i 3418 by far the largest democrat majority ever given in this district Three cheers for the Tall Sycamot of the St Asaph IGov Luke P Blackburn whose ret Citation as a physician and phllahthrc plat is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrate Crab Orchard Water is the best ape lent known to the medical proCession and will cure more diseases than any ono remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil druggists and country stores A New Jersey boy killed himself be cause his mother would not let him cat all the pie he wanted Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco Js under arrestor an Indictment charging him with extortion CHICKENS A taw tingle comb Illnxle Inland Hell CocktvU from n select pen for mile M I141 II COOK HtnnfonJ Ky TURKEYS I Mammoth Ilrontu Turkrvs pure IIrlfrom prize winning iwiin Tuiiin tS to II hens Pull on or nUdress ilrs W Whltn Pair Vluw Poultry Pnrni Preachers vl If Ky Jesse W Sweeney raorniKTon- Livery Food and Salo StaWo Lancaster Ky ViTAEOIEMothers of IMankindrlnlll Killer term Destroyer DUfiiro Ilan slier health and Htrengtii Restorer X II logic Marksbury Kentucky loncriil Agent PUBLIC SALE I I will otTor for uClp oil the Squire Murpli thiIluatollvllieTHUIWDAY I KO 131106 the following ixnonnlty Out milt mule good family horse l Inure il cows heifer two lhorse wagon l buggy rake corn planter wheat drill Itll1roller I cui lor turn ng plows t double hov eU Sliny frames liny forks S sets WIIROI ImrnosH plow gear log ehnlns wnth ketI tie cook stove hog Ixix I tool chestInouglt gate luml r to make 6 lode of hay lot of hotiseholdaniitkitchen fiirnltiirounu promptIyatluoclockJ IOImiullerAuct HEN Y- WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States hnvo not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all thlngf fair ID all things clean In all hlogs U Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIEBOOHNAL one year and this paper for the price named bore Send your subtcrlptlon for the com ilnattonto usaot ts the OoarlerJouroul Fancy Vests Are Fashionable for FlaIl and Winter- Wear We have just receivedmany new patterns in Fancies and Whites Prices 1 to 400 CUMMINS MCLARY STANFORD KY That An Ounce of Preven tion is Worth a Pound of Cure II Is an old and tried maxim and worthof your consideration Therefore give heed to the above worthy maxim and protect yourself against colds and sickness for the winter by providing withGood Warm Shoes and Rubbers- We have a complete stock of Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Overshoes See our K D Waterproof Cushion Solo Shoo for ladies at 835- 0Ladies Cloth Arties and Half Arctics at 1 Per Pair Ladies Plain Rubbers at 50c GOo and 75c per pair Ladies Toe Sandals at GOo per pair Childrens Overshoes at 40c 50c arid GOo J8COME AND SEE OUR NEWLINKe L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY we The Interior Journal I Enleredin the PottOffice at Stanford cu Seend elau rnnUer- TODLTBIIZD TUESDAYS AND rItIDAY A- TJl0o PER YEAR CASH When not no paid ttOO will be charged n PARKERS HAIR CIruM and taut us h1r Promotei laxurUnl trot I Never rAni to n11 to II Youtbf 4 Color dlrse a r tat cxn6et elt Ihu NEW LIVERY STABLEBT- OKafcCLABSSONrrtrt JUNCTION CITY KY YlrstClasa Turnout at Reasonable Rates Attention to Traveling Men Grain and nay For Bale For Sale Privately and le acres of land attnated- fast outalde of town limits on the Somerset pike house has 7 rooms kitchen and ser stable and all- aecessaryoutbulldings cellarTiinte room good InWater hydrant the yard oue J P DAILE- VA S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building i j Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately i Haying determined to quit formIng Iwill cell privately my form of 215 nerds near IMortluna 01 the O 0 miles from wellDsavllie234 nIles from ilutonvIlle 1alt hd stock OropIncke of hUCOl corn ond- Im Ou II tell ot R It I tlnd- abuyerlntheflextalor4daysIi Ky 1 INSURANCE t alireAccident Lightning WindStorm the Ufa and and Able Rate IwlrantettdLoisPayingtReo ordtUncquallcd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No Si BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce ft Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Ky Bfwcial attention to Commercial Men Your patronage la solicited Homes on commission took Pene In Connection Two Farms For Sale I 1 with to loll printely form of 170 Mrei6 miles West of LanC on tile Lexi Iton Ilke It li well Improved and ba mlenty of water und timber fenced r and In good rlJ1lr Also an unimproved fnrm of 100 acres lying midway between Lancaster and Lex Julton Good outlet wnc Well tented Ttrllureolonuble TIJ1YltnING Markjbury K- yLAND FOR SALE I Will sell 261 ncres of fine forming situated out mllo from Lancaster on- Lexingtonpikenluutloacreelntown lien rim About In grass All under good fvnconnd has plenty of aever falling water house II fowl and tins all necessary outbuildings LoeessIongiven for seeding llUrpot1 titsfarm- sbouldluseentobcnppreciatcd Hlnco thil ejty council In enforcing the lands In the vicinity of I iincuster has lulvitncvd rnp Idlyln prl and good M In great demand W11 Not administrator M lloai Lancaster Ky t rCcea y Undertaker Embalmer and 1Dealer in HarneesSaddlery rJ Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY r Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35t I Je L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm sag AIso Dealers in Fur Tbeytill Kinds of Stock Give Jkhern a Call Prices Right t STANFORD KENTUCKY it Jf cc PREACHERSVILLE Mrs J P Rodgers has gone to Tex as to be with her mother Mrs James Green who is dangerously ill George Spoonamorc will soon move to the Shanks place and Mr Pcpple goes to White Oak Only one vacant house in Pre chersi1Ie and it can ho rented for love hor money Mrs Sarah Naylor Is sick John B Anderson was ill of erysipelas Oliver Naylor is quite ill of congestion of tho brain and a breakdown of tho nervou system James Moser had a horse to paw him which resulted in two ribs being broken Ernest Pepplcs visited his grandmother Mrs Louisa Molt claw Mrs America Sowders Is visiting her daughter Mrs Maggie Lot ford in Owsley county W II Cum mins our popular merchant and efficient postmaster who is sojourning In Oklahoma writhe his family that ho is delighted with the southwest and Is having a fine time hunting Mason Holtzclaw visited relatives here He now lives in Rockcastle E R Holtzclaw bought 28 hogs at Cfc from Crab Orchard parties also a fine male hog from J B Willis for 1260 Evan toley has been to Pow ells Valley on a trading expedition J L Hutchins bought a load of hogs hero at 6c and the rise E R Holtz claw sold a bunch of cattle to R L Hubble at 360 to 31 and bought some corn of John Johnson at 175 delivered Bascom Ragan had a fine filly to die by getting fastened under tho manger Hon F F Bobbitt sold his fine Duke of Crab Orchard B D Holtzclaw much to the regret of our farmers The animal is the finest specimen of the bo vine genus that we have ever seen and his pedigree extends back seven times across the ocean MIDDLEBURG C M McAninch has leased the hack line from McKInney to Hunnville and has taken charge Rev J S Taylor preached an Inter esting sermon at the Baptist church Sunday night The attention given him was remarkable Rev H M Shouse is at New Salem holding a meeting The meeting has been in progress several days and will continue throughout the week Uncle Elbert Wells the aged father of Sheriff Lincoln Wells is confined to his bed with a complication of troubles and his condition is considered very se riousJamesMcVhorter son of Charles McWhorter and a young man by the name of Reed were baptized in the riv er here Sunday by Rev Shouse They made a profession of religion during the meeting at Tqrkey Knob They are both young men just beginning life and the step they have taken is highly commendableMrs Willis went to Bethel Ridge last week Mrs Robert Austin has moved to the II C McWhorter place Miss Sallie Eason of Garrard was tho guest of Miss Ethel Coleman R B Young our new cashier spent Thanksgiving with his mother at Liberty Tom Gooch of McKInney was hero last week buying turkeys for the Thanksgiving market Mrs Charles Carson is very ill at her homo near Yosemite KINGSVILLE Mrs E D Carey of Ludlow attended the funeral of Miss Jenkins Mrs Bertha Jenkins died Wednesday of typhoid fever She had been ill a number of weeks The remains were laid to rest at Pleasant Point Rev J G Livingsnon filled his regular appointment at the Christian Burch Sunday morning and evening There were services aE the Methodist hurch Thanksgiving morning and in the evening at the Christian church Messrs L M Reid and D C Allen of Hustonville spent a few days here bird hunting Dr and Mrs Thompson pent several days in Cincinnati the loctor buying new goods of all kinds and Mrs T replenishing her winter tuck of millinery Rev Jesse H Hughes pastor of the First Christian church at Macon Ga will arrive in a few days to visit tho family of Mrs M II Creighton Misses Ella Leach and Eva Francis are visiting relatives at Stanford S B Chevolette is able to be out again Miss Nannie Dunn is visiting at Cincinnati Sells More of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than of All Others Put Together Mr Thos George a merchant at Mt Elgin Ontario says I have hat tho local agency for Chamber sins Cough Remedy over since it was produced into Canada and I soil as much of it as I do of all other lines I ave on my shelves put together Of tho many dozens sold under guarantee I havcnot had one bottle returned I can personally recommend this medicine as I have used It myself and given It to my children and always with tho best results For sale by Stanford Orug Cu- Jesse Jam essJr son of tho outlaw who is now a lawyer appeared in court at Kansas City to prosecute his brother nlaw for taking his horse without ermlssion and misusing it He urged a fine saying he believed in law enforcement and the judge complied CRAB ORCHARD Thanksgiving services were conduc ed at tho Baptist church by Rev Rofi era The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church gave a box social at tho courthouse Wednesday evening for tho benefit of the church Mr Jeff Stcinbcrgen is busy having the finishing touches put on the Christian church and hopes to have it ready for use before tho holidays Prof Sewell is making an effort to add a Normal department to the graded school the first of the year and his friends hope ho will succeed We have ample accommodation for n great many pupils to board at our excellent hotels and boarding houses J T Chadwick has bought the property of Mr McFarlan on the Lancaster pike and will move his family there shortly Mr Carroll Bailey and family will occupy the Chadwick property in town Mrs S P Gray and children of Stanford spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Sim Middlctor Mr and Mrs Monk and baby of Rockford illare guests of Dr Dick and family MM Dicks mother Mrs Kerr is also her guest Mrs Anna Russel and daughters of Lebanon aro with Mrs W B Jarvis for the winter Will Brooks spent Sunday with his mother and sister here Mrs S E Singleton of Cincinnati is visiting the family of Joseph Pleasants S Montgomery and wife are guests of Mrs A B Bastin Prof Sowcll and Miss Geo gia Lewis spent Thanksgiving with the homefolks Rev Randall Farris was with friends here this week lie is pleased with tho appearance of tho new church Mrs Grove Cook continue very ill at the homo of her daughter Mrs Estes Mrs Otis Newland is III at her homo in the country Miss Echo Smith will begin her duties at the Bell Telephone exchange Dec 1 CHURCH MATTERS Dr Thomas S Hubert pastor of the Baptist church at Barbourville has re signedIn the Jewish colony in Pales tints had 20tXX members Now ther are more than 100000 Rev William Howe a centenarian and tho oldest Baptist clergyman in the world is dead at Cambridge Mass Rev S M Logan of Wilfnore assisted Rev Eo L Wilson in a successful revival at Lees Memorial church Louisville Strom Beakers The most famous strike breakers In the land aro Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle the trouble and the purifying work goes right on host cure for constipation beadach and dizziness 25c at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyno Bros Oral Orchard CSS MATRIMONIAL Elmer Hargett and Miss Susie Will both of Jessamine were married at LexingtonVirgil aged 19 and Miss Dora Lee Rigney were joined heart and hand here on the 27th W G Broyles of Boyle aged 83 and Mrs Langford of Marion county were married this week CORNS CUIIED Corn Exit will Posh tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo 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 costs II cents and nothing if a perfect cure ii not speedily effected G L Penny iruggist Stanford Ky I wouldnt cry like that if I were you said a lady to little Alice Well said little Alice between her abfi you can cry any way you like but this is my way Cut this out and take it to the Stanford Drug Co and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets For biliousness and rtinstt mtlon they are unequaled They im prove tho apctite strengthen the digestion and regulate the liver and towels FOR SALE I lleautlful uptodate little homo live ooiitu Inith lights water newly INlllfttllllllt painted on law lot All utliousosln condition Large stable with water In town and convenient to nil huruhtts W II McKoiiKiiYit Stanford PUBLIC SALE I will offer for sulo on- WKDNKMDAY KI till following lICraoIl II1 n lIIilftIiu bred IIIItI Hutu III font pier ofworkiuulei4 lOW oxtrn goad milk cow with urottgiibrttl iniroi Jersey flogs IHIt IInd Hours 75 nice Iljrnioiitli Hock chick ellll twobone WIIKOII nnd Imrnuiw t bug gls n ml ImrileiM Hinder mower hay like corn planter wheat drill dine harrow it Cultlvatom turning plows 2 douhlu hoviU hell feed cutter 3 UIKKITS eruiwr liviup riii er anvil and vl tono hat i lusty lark shovel nir tight looru heater with liciitilp for rant ulmve newltii inachlno ltjJ stocks of ladder lout 2u bushels nice winter apples lot onachold mill kitchen furniture and umcrou othnr things Halo to Iwutu romptly lit 10 oclock x TEKMH fW not under cash over that mount good note at Ojwr cent H APt tMtNTC L P Chandler Auot Poultry And Eggs Wanted p I will pay highest market prlco for Tur keysgg Uiiliifliishtulnllotliur umltr Also Will ho fottnd constantly lit my oltlco on minuter Ht JB Muck lorn manager 1411 NorthcottIf Look Out for Bargain Ltest Insleel n cakes for 80 dart hoofs IUllllh you yIetsuits nt lloi prices for prtxhui1 D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Is so jhhandsome llnoof Fail ollli Winter goods J can intake from n low rlco buslnesa suit to thu llnestitrtsi suit Also Overcoats Trout wn tutu Knncy Vests Tho commny rep resent is second to none 110 HUIIBY The Tailor Htanfonl Ky Blue Grass Farm foi Sale I with to sell n tarn UK miles Wt of lluitonvllle mulls friun iitkp and Canine tens Mint Ion conshtlllg ol 155 ocnJI of rich hille gins 11111 or luhneco Innd Rhl IInu This farm can 1e equally ttIy dell to mlvnutasv no ni to have n iuod dwelling each plevu also nvcviiary outbuilding The tarn lays nnglo In lines TitereurethnMtockbtne good tolmcco barn S ambles I tunan hot e good water In every tleldlx Instlni spring with a Rlrritm running thniugl whole track J HTKK1K OAlllKNTKIt lluitonvllle Ky i POSTED tiledrortildpas lnK on our place unit will proweute vl olatori to the full extent of the law Free VonflriienlRnn Hclchentxich Ilro VonOruiinUnnKrwlKelclienUich JOIIlill llallau A O Dunn M J llofiiiunn- MrtMllayden Welch II Klinore MnryhlotnnnnI CRrllt1r111lobMrs tlJAhlock 11Ulover Fred llnmlorf MrVM IVndleton W teOonll T J NnvliiUitrtrr lrleritslmer JILnnuudich GnuglrerlyJ SprntlJJPenk II K Mnrtln LlntliayMfeptlelMrsuHlinptoii li- moFARM FoR SALE NnnqITHURSDAY DEC 6 06 it I oclock v x theli fnrm near Point InvellInward county Kentucky contiilnlni 103 ACRESHald farm U In n high state of cultlvntlon r1 ncriK of which is grass It II locate un the Illchmand Ijinentter turnpike 63 miles Knat of Utnca ternnd Is In OIIHOI tilt very best nelKblMirliooiUlii the county nnd on n rural route and only n short distance from totllce IOM SOII will Iw Klver Jnnl IKiTut which tlmeth Hirchn emon ry II to I reserve the right to reject nyand allIId hilt the pruI ert II houlI1- to be sold 1VIIl mull htounhold lurnltun nt hemmi time William PA11- norcommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court A Koleys Iltlrw IMnliitirfi vs A ll Ko SalelurauantIrcult court rendentl In the Above styled IIcllon lit the Novemlier term lurt the un lerilgned MnKierCommloloner will on MONDAY DKOIO lw tween and 1 xln front of thin court lotnwdixirliiHtanfiinl Ky sell nt public iiitcry to the highest mul lust val estate which Is hereinafter described This sale was derretil for the drove of tll Viola The sold real tmtato contlstx of two tints of land situate In ilnroln county K Orchardthe t nilNorth the land of John ItucUiinnni Illlrs Oil tilt Knst by the tnict next herein leserllied and on thu South b the dirt ond known tilt hunts road rontalnlni four acres more or Its s it bring Ube hind onveyediothe ilerttlent A Holey bv rulgnud nd the tnict next deM 1 The seroiid Tract Is Ixmtuled on tilt North Fnt by thin Harris the touth bthe lands of It IIllrunnugh und II K Karris and on the West by the helms of John Duelist tin rontalnlng lit acres 1II0rtl or leM It helnu the land conveyed to In nfon iikl dlC tInt by his father Monee ohy This property dos not embraeH till Ix arrex more or on which thu defend nt Harvu Foley now reHldes The sale will lx miide on u credit of six nonths and the purchaser will Iw required nulve bond for the purchase price with proved seeurlty payable to the Oommls roller 111 rIll Interest nt the rate of 0 xr eiit per annum from dine of sale until paid Imvlnx the force anil tlfect of a JudK utnt which execution may Issue at iiiturlty If not paid OEO H SAUFLEV M C L C C Diamond 1Try 1COllgq S rllP1 I Syrup White Lela Pine Com 1 poundwith Own Mako Tar Our I laltlr 1 For Men mid Women andes I Childrelllof 1StaQ o d D tUg Co I uw ills svial cRirros nit AND- CLOnlCS Grifon Brand Overcoats and Cravenette RainiCoats Best Try one BRIM ROBINSON- STANFORD KY All Kinds of Hatchetsl and Axes o1 GEORGE H HARRIS D u u n 2 Gut Your Feed 1 Grind Your Corn Pump Water Saw Wood USE THE HAdAN GASOLINE ENGINE They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 TO 50 HORSEPOWER Hagan Gas Engine Co Winchester Ky the Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 = OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIREOTORS J II OwsLcr Stanford 8 II SIIANKI Stanford O W OAHTril TurnoriTllle W H CUMMIN Ireachorsrllle L 0 Ooocil Wayneimirg W U TKAYM H Olloort Creek U L IIuiiiiLE Lancaster W O WALKER BtanfordIJ n FOSTER Stanford W H BIIANKU Stanford J H PAXTOX Btnnford I We respectfullyoliclt the Recount of Individuals Finns and Ourporutloni Hanks and Hunkers had are prxpiirtd to tumuli nil dc toiltors stick nccommodntlons us are coiiAlstunt with snfe bunking Modern Safety Jopo lt fluxes In our vault for uso of our Ollitomura First National BankStanford Kr Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was established as the Deposit lank of Stanford In 18J8 then reor anlred as the National Rank of Stanford in 156S and again roorganlied at the First National lialk of Stanford U 1111 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is bullet supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers J d HOOKER Prest T 0AHRI8 V Pres J 1 KcUOHKUTH Obr W IJ WKAKENAntOhri Directors V U tld IlanTlllo BT Harris Stanford J Dottier Stanford K L Tanner M D Clmaro Stanford II Stanford T P lUll Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble 7 n tlaugbtnan Stanford J M Pettui Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford