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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Vt r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 4 1906 NO 75 tMens Shoes 300 all go at98c 1t T LOGAN Lancaster Ky If GftUtI DToThe WflLL WA3z- The Mammoth Establishme- ntLANCASTER KY and and Medium- Weight UNDERWEAR at 19c LOGAN Lancaster LancasterKytobringfi Stupendous Beyond Conception t Merchandise f An Unprecedented Event We had to Lock Our Doors i So great was the rush of eager bargain hunters f i The Big Sale Is Now On hi Full Blast All this week will be a wonderful price cutting bargain event New highgrade Clothing at less than j allUnsatisfactorymiles4t iv nI tiJ nt 1 EI r ECG IEaLDCaLSt rto South side square Look for big canvas sign Be sure you are at the right place MATRIMONIAL J H Smith a widower and Mrs f CorxIIa Richards were married at tho homo of the bride on the 2nd W V Wilkinson telegraph ojKsr ator at Hcldclburg on tho L A Railroad and Miss Addle Johnson a wellknown lady teacher of Madison county were married In Lexington Mr James Hatcher of Lancaster proprietor of tho Danville and Lancaa tcr stage line and Miss Hcasio Pollard of Hedgoville were married Wednes afternoon at Lancaster Tho groom lelho eon of tho lato Capt Hatcher who formerly lived in Stanford Mr A M Ends a prominent young Boylo county farmer and Miss Myrtle Accy the pretty daughter of Mr J W Acey of this piece were united in marriage at tho brides homo on East Main at 9 A Sunday Dr W F Vaughan officiating Tho bride was beautifully gowned and her natural beauty showed to Its best advantage After tho ceremony Mr and Mrs Ends left for a visit to relatives in Tennes see and Indiana and wjll be gone for some time No Opium ChamborlalnsC- ough Remedy There Is not the least danger In Riv ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy to small children as Ucontalns no opium or other harmful drug It has an es tablished reputation of moro than 30 years as the most successful medicine In use for colds croup and whooping j cough It always cures and Is pleas ant to tako Children like It Sold by Stanford Drug CO 1trn TilE Somerset Journal now appears with F J Campbell editor and pro prietor at Its mast head and we congratulate the clever editor that ho now reads his title clear to one of tho best papers in tho State Ills hard work of last five years has been gratifyingly rewarded and his r friends have the satisfaction of seeing lessee disappear from tho columns Heros to him Now Cure for Epilepsy J B Waterman of Watertown 0 Iturul free delivery writes My daughter allllctod for several years with opllopsy was cured by Dr Kings Now Life Pills She has not had an at taok for over two years II Best hotly cleansers and lifo giving tonlo pills on earth 23o at Pennys Drug Store and LynoUros Chis Stewart died at Dugger Ind from tho elTects of a blow inflicted by Frank Launders Stewart is the third victim within a week ot murderous assault in that vicinity t KIDDS STORE Our tobacco men are in the midst of Stripping and find the crop in much bet ter shale than apprehended Quail and rabbits are plentiful and hunters are regulated by light Tho shooting is from dawn till dusk John Lynns address threefourths of tho day la tho feeding pen where the finest fattest lot of cattle in this end awaits date of delivery An anxious inquiry of many a citizen is Who has a few fat hogs to sell I Dr James P wire and family of Erlangcr are with relatives here Mrs Jessie Stagg and daughter Miss Eliza beth sampled Thanksgiving turkey and trimmings with West End friends Miss Nan Newland dispensed a shower of sunshine in the Kidds Store vicinity last week John Riffe is seriously de bating a removal West to garner some of the property afloat whore land val ues are not yet fabulous Every caso of opthalmla along our pike was cured last Friday by eight of John Wilkcrson long time our Jehu of sacred literature and the Ham Monk of Rocky Mountain fame Horace Bohon writes that he will spend the holidays in California in stead of with homofolks Henry McKinney has rented the Stanley farm and will take possession when ho com aloes building Sam McKinney has gone to Florida and Cuba sightseeing if not intending to transplant a senori ta iIn Praise of Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no other medicine manufac tured that has recoleved BO much praise and so many expressions of gratitude as Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is effective and prompt parentseveiywhoro to its merits for tho Donoflt of others It is a certain euro for croup and will prevent tho attack if given at the first appearance of the disease It Is especially adapted to children as it is pleasant to take and contains nothing Injurious Mr E A Humphreys a well known resident and clerk In tho store ot Mr K LOck of Alice Capo Colony South Africa says I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy to ward oil croup undcolds in my family I found itto bo very satisfactory and it gives mo pleasuroto recommend For sale by Stanford Drug Co Two workmen +klllwlother fatally Injured when n steel smokestaclln process of erection at after the high wind had broken a guy rope The great stallion Axworthy brought 21000 at a New York sale NEWS NOTES Rear Admiral Converse has announced a plan for the ready mobilization of tho navy Sir Edward J Reed formerly chief constructor of the British navy is dead in is said to be the wickedest city in tho world This is no doubt the reason many people like to go there R F AI DI tin chief of tho police force and A B Wilson one of his men engaged in a tight at Mt Ster ling Gen L Victor Baughman ono of the democratic leaders of Maryland died suddenly at his home at Frederick of acuto Brights disease President Jordan of Leland Stanford University in a speech at Boston de clared modern lifo to be strenuous complex and democratic William Ford picked up a stick of dynamite near Lawrenccburg and both of his hands were blown ofT Ho also lost both eyes and probably will die Twentyfour persons were killed 90 dangerously wounded and several hun dred slightly injured by the explosion in tho Krupp gun factory in Germany On Monday last the elevated and un derground railroads in New York took in 1486777 nickles beating all records and demonstrating the enormous traf- fiC Max Koch a Cincinnati drummer was wined and dined by tho Four Hun dred of Nashville under the impression that ho was Richard Harding Davis Tho prank cost him 50 Gov Beckham has offered a reward of 500 for the apprehension and con viction of Bert Hudson of Owen coun ty who is charged with tho murder of an unborn infant Another effort to close saloons in all Kentucky cities will bo made under the existing laws regarding Sunday closing before resort is hud to an extra session of tho General Assembly This was determined at a conference between the governor and a delegation of Lou- Isville ministers The opinion was expressed that tho present laws arc suf ficient King of All Cough Medicines Mr E G Caso a mail carrier of Canton Center Conn who has been In tho U S Service for about 11 years says Wo havo tried many cough mediolnqs for croup but Cham berlains Cough Is king of all and one to be relied upon every time We also find it tho best remedy for coughs and colds giving certain re stilts and leaving no bad after ef theta II For sale by Stanford Drug Co HUSTONVILLE Prof McVey will lead the prayer meeting on Wednesday evening Rev S B Landers sermon at tho Christian church Thanksgiving was an able effort and deserved the many com plimentary mentions made of it by the largo audience Marshal Lairs Siberian bloodhounds were taken to Mt Salem last week where they told the tale of who got dem chickens Taking a cold trail they followed it over a mile to a cabin where a sack of wet chicken feathers was found Thero is no denying the truth of the old saying that the end of tho road is best on which the overseer lives This is in evidence on the road supervised by Mr McWhortcr where same with a few hours work could be prevented from stopping the rural route The C W B Mof the Christian church will meet with Mrs T J Robinson Thursday afternoon at 230 This organization will celebrate C W B M day next Sunday All are invited to attend and learn the good it is doing A free will offering will be taken up for the benefit of mountain schools On Dec 28th Mr Harry Frye son of Mr and MrS Arch Frye will attain his majority and the occasion will be celebrated at his home by asocial lone tion He will be presented by his fath er with a handsome gold watch the fulfillment of a promise made to Harry 15 years ago in caso he would not use tobacco nor drink whisky both of which be n sacredly kept The hop Friday evening was one of monryearsIzed 60 supper music was enchanting those from a distanco wore Misses Frances Cooper Mary D Kennedy Sara Dunn Mary Taylor Woods Lula and Lottie Kitchen Myrtle OBnnnon Levisa Harris and Messrs Robert T ColTeyWinfredFred Cook Hubert Carpenter J M Alverson John Men Cec James Wil liams and Dr Tyler Miss Nettle Richards of Danville was the guest of Miss Oda Burton Rev G V and family leftThurs day for Madisonvillo Ohio where ho has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Christian church J H Shamber ger of Gallatin Tenn chief promoter our proposed electric road has just returned frpm Philadelphia where ho presented to a big company looking for a the surveys of and business tributary to our proposed route from Stanford via Hustonvillo and Liberty to Scottsville The committee was favorably impressed with the- showing made Mr Shamberger and 09 soon as practicable will put a large surveyJudgeof spent two week Mens Boys Heavy r H T Ky aEy Christmas Greeting I 1hAre You Ready or Have You Thought ofXmas Wa semi this to sound the alarm That another year is closing nod to sake 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 INFORM YOU THAT Till CHAS WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTON VILLE is the proper place to buy your CHRISTMAS GOODS Yes we havo purchased largo line of XMAS GOODS from THE OLD MAN and not his BOYS consisting of everything to tickle everybody from the Little Tot to the Grandma TOYS GALORE BIBLESalad Books fir tho young and old Everything from a Jumping Jack to a Hobby IIor j Jewelry We have n line to please everybody A special line for handsome giftsythat no ono would lip ashamed of Firstclass unit strictly reliable t I General Line Everything that is kept in a general store Wo have a special sale on in Clothing every day 10 per cent oil on Overcoats sad Suits LADIES nud CHILDRENS CLOAKS Every one n Bargain New stock MILLINER 25 per cent off to clean up for the season New stock A largo stock of Shoes nt tho old 1riccs Notwithstanding the advance on Slices we will continue to sell at old prices Pay uo ntention to what others may say alert advances Just como to us we will convince you Wo will save you money if you will let us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonvilie Ky a Prices Right on Cooking and Heating Stoves atfi Geo D Hoppers Stanforui1Ky Hardware Queensware TinwareGrov IVJR ceries Fjeld Seeds cAll sizes sewer pipe just received r ltY J The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH Ii candidate for Representative ot Lincoln county sulijict to the action of the IKnuo undo party J T ROBERTS- Ii iirnndlilnte for Mnntstrnto In the Ornt Orclmnl llIlIlRterlnlllltrlcti8uhJect to the ctlon of r SAMUEL SPENCER president of the- t Southern Railway and one of the greyest railway magnates in tho United States was killed in a rearend colli sion near Lynchburg Va His private car was burned and President Spencers remains were charred beyond recogni- tiont With Mr Spencer were three friends from the East who were ac companying him on a hunt and they too were killed His private secretary und several others also met death The trouble was with the operator at Man goon who let two trains on the block at the same time He disappeared im mediately after the crash Mr Spen cer was a Georgian by birth and a graduate of both the Georgia and Virginia Universities He spent most of his life in the railroad business and was a suc cess In every one of tho many places ho filled The burial occurred at Wash ington Sunday and many notables were present Out of respect for him every part of the business of the entire sys tem was suspended for the first five minutes of his funeral Mr Spencer was a great man in his line and he will bo sadly missed in railroad circles TUB tariff protected trusts having i increased the cost of living nearly 50 per cent for which the Republican leaders are responsible by standing t pat the voters at the late election gave the G 0 P a jolt just to remind it that patience was ceasing to be a virtue Two or three corporations closely allied with the Republican par ty therefore gave notice that the wages of their employes will be raised f ten per cent and their organ the Pitts burg GazetteTimes boasts Thievery first thing that triumphant Republi canism does is to raise wages all around This open confession tha triumphant Republicanism is close Iy allied with the trusts and corpora tions should be kept in mind by those who only get 10 per cent to pay 50 per cent increase on what they have to spend and prepare to make the next jolt they administer to the party of trusts and special privileges much harder so as to force the corpor ations to make a fair divide of their protected profits iENGLISHMEN act while we talk a deal about trusts When a soap ftgreat was formed there the whole na tion abandoned the use of soaps made by the combining companies Retailers had to announce that they did not dial in Trust soaps or lose their trade The combine fAund itself unable to sell its wares and it has dissolved If Americans hated trusts as much aa they pretend to they would buy no Trustmade goods and thecombinations would dissolve or go into bankruptcy Not one of them is a complete monopo ly Every one has rivals But it is characteristic of Americans to swear at Trusts and make not the least effort to patronize the independent concerns APPARENTLY exSenator Burton of Kansas now serving a jail sentence at Ironton Mo regards himself as out of politics for good His friends announce that he is writing a book in which he will expose President Roosevelt and other public men who have been in conspiracy against him If he is not out of politics for good the Republican party in Kansas will show that it is very short of ma terial A NEW army order requires that applicants for enlistment in the Govern ment service must have at least four serviceable double bicuspid or molar teeth two above and two below so op posed as to serve the purpose of mastication The army man must be fully equipped to deal with the army rations Hard tack and Cincinnati chicken arc tough on the molars A PRESBYTERIAN preacher is on trial at Newark Ohio for peeping through windows at women disrobing to retire and lying about it when caught dead to rights A coat of tar and feathers would make suitable attire for so infa mous a clerical cuss A CINCINNATI church has decided to the pastors wife a salary for what she has to go through with She is entitled to more pay than her husband Being a preachers wife is no small job A MUNFORDVILLE man dropped dead while chopping wood for Let the good women tako warning and not compel their hubbies to do such strenuous workPOLITICAL fined the saloon keepers of Coin for keeping open on a regular school election day The memberselect of the Ifawalian- Legislature will United States F to raise pay to 1000 a session John D Rockefeller gave only 200 to the Hughes campaignby then j John is for a rainy day f Representatives from over 30 States will meet at Des Moines la Wednes day to discuss the question of electing United States Senators by popular vote The YcrkesErnst rule so far as post office appointments in tho Third and Tenth Kcntucky districts are concern ed has been ended a recent order of the postmaster generalITwo full didates for Oklahoma and there is a probability thatono of them will be elected They are said to be fine orators and men of abilityI for Bryan as against any other man in tho democratic party said Ollie James in an interview at Wash- Ington Same here He is the only democrat who can win and we want to vote for a winner once As Republican candidates for Con gress were defeated by the Democrats besides those like Gen Grosvenor who were refused renominations of their party President Roosevelt will have a big flock of lame ducks to provide for The president announced the appointment of John A Mcllhenny of Louisiana to fill the vacancy on the Civil Service Commission caused by tho promotion of A W Cooley to bo assistant attorney general of the department of justice Mr Mcilhenny was a member of the regiment of Rough Riders of which President Roosevelt was colonel during tho Spanish war He is n dem ocratA of the vote cast in the Governorsrace in the recent Democratic primary in preparing to publish the result of the primary increases the total vote of Judge J W Hager by 1 000 votes and increases his majority over Gen Hays from 30881 to 31881 According to this tabulation Judge tager received 87115 votes instead of 86115 giving him a total of three votes less than were cast for the Hon South Trimble who received tho greatest number of votes of any candidate before the primary IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES R Y McElroy Sr oneof Lebanons oldest and best citizens is dead Miss Bessie Ray daughter of Simeon Ray of Stone Garrard county is dead Fred Stuart shot and killed his rival Jas Iliggins at a mining station near JellicoDeputy Sheriff Davenport of Mercer county got his hand mashed in a corn shredder Mrs M S Fife a prominent mem ber of the U D C Society of Mercer county is dead For the first time in years there is not a single murder case on the docket of the Knox circuit court Judge Moss sentenced to the peniten tiary 1C persons who had been convict ed in the Whitley circuit court Miss Nora Brassfield of Burnside was struck by a train and killed while attempting to cross the track at Chat tanoogaThe in the Kentucky oilfields Is lethargic The most important developments of the past week were in Wayne county The 10000 granite and bronze foun tain presented to Richmond by Gover nor D R Francis of Missouri will be formally unveiled on Saturday Dec 8 at 10 A M In a fight at Mitchellsburg Jerry Matherly a young man about 25 years of age received a bullet wound in the breast and aide from the pistol of Wil liam Gillispie Miss Addie Bridwell 16 years old was killed by falling from the new county bridge across Salt river almost in Shepherdsville while leaning over the railing daring companions to go further than she The W C T U settlement school building in Hindman Knott county has again been destroyed by fire entailing a loss of about 10000 The building was completed only recently having been used as a school only a fewI months Outwits The Surgeon A complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bow els had reduced MrsThos S Austin of Leavenworth Ind to such a deplorable condition that her doctor advised an operation but her husband fearing fatal results postponed this to try Electric Bitters and to the amazement of all who knew her this medicine completely cured her Guaranteed cure for torpid liver kidney disease biliousness jaundice chills and fever general debility nervousness and blood poisoning Best ton 110 made Price GOo at Pennys Drug- Store and Lyne Bros Try it Reports from Hindman tell of the heroic work of girl students at the W C T U settlement school there who in their night clothes saved their dormitory frow destruction when one buildings burned last week Long Tennessee Fight For 20 years W L pawls of Dolts Tenn fought nasal catarrh He writes The swelling and soreness hide my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklens Arnica Salve tom sore surface this caused tho soreness aud swelling to disappear never te return Best salve In existence 25o at Pennys Drug Store and Lyno Inns I Q b 1L DANVILLE KY Closing Out Sale of Our Entire Stock Pine- Chillaware1 Our stock of Chinawnre now occupies about 50 feet ot our Eccoml floor nUll the enormous increase in our business iu Ladies lieadyto Wear garments makes it necessary that we have the entire eccoud floor of our building for this department alone For this reason we have decided to discontinue the handling of nilItl1 pie China until we can manage to secure more floor space We have been very large handlers of line China and overy piece in our stock is imported byus direct from the factories in France Germany and f Belgium thus Fnviugnll middle mens profits Wf have now on Hand about 83000 worth of Limoges French China t 1 German and Bavarian China and Royal Copenhagen China Consisting of almost every known piece of table ware from an individual butter plate to n complete dinner set of 100 pieces Prices will lie absolutely less than ordinary wholesale prices We have ou hum 1C complete dinner sets of 100 pieces which we will put in the sale at the following prices viz Bavarian China beautifully decorated in several choice designs usually sold at 820 set our price was 815while sale price will be 810 Fine German China sets usual price 825 our price 81750 rale price will be 81250 Elite French Dinner Sets usually sold at 840 our price was 880 sale price 81950 Haviland Co French Dinner sets pure white with heavy Gold Edges usually sold at 876 our price was 800 sale price 813 Sale comes just in time for Christmas shoppers and you will find that you can make y9ur gift money go a long ways at this sale IT WILL PAY EVERY HOUSE KEEIER WITHIN 50 MILES OF DANVILLE TO ATTEND THIS SALE AS YOU WILL 1IIQBA BLY NEVER AGAIN GET AN OPPORTUNITY TO SELECT FROM AN ENTIRELY FRESH UPTODATE STOCK OF FINE CHINA AND AT PRICES LESS THAN YOUR DEALER PAYS FOR SAME THINGSale Begins Tuesday Dec 4th at 9 AM In the frout of our second floor Qfr DANVILLE KY T r w F fi ltITTltET I GS Its the LITTLE THINGS we sometimes forget and we want to remind you that in addition f to Clothing Shoes lcwe carry always the little things necessary to a firstclass Mens Furnishing Establish ment Trunks from 26 to 38 inches Suit Cases in Rubber Japanese Straw and Leath er Telescopes from 14 to 26 inches Hand Bags in Rubber Sheepskin and Cowhide 1 from 12 to 20 inches Cuff Buttons guaran teed for Three Years if broken in that time we willlreplace free of charge Collar Buttons Vest Buttons Scarf Pins and Fobs Handkerchiefs from 5c to each Silk Muf flers almost any size and color to 3 Col lars in endless sizes and styles 10 to 15c Shoe Polish in 510 and 25c bottles Ties in strings 4inhands puffs and ascots Mens half hose in cotton and wool 5 to lOc a pair Ladies Hose 10 15 25 and 50c a pair Boys and Girls Hose 10 15 and 25c Umbrellas 50c to 500 Shoe Laces Cork Soles Wool Soles Dress Gloves Work GlovesEar Muffs 1Vestsattaatls- t H J McROBRTS 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 L ocry If you took our mlvlco Init Hummer mid Inlit la your Ciml you nrw Indeed fortu tune If you dill not lay It In now mid nvold paying till hlgheit price fur Coal you hnvn ever paid Wo haves n gad variety JIMJK OEM MIX fleANNslJs1rwonlI n cor of OAK NKt Try ono load of this It will unvo you money nail give you tho lat lira that you linve ever hud w WBEBDENHAM RU M P S I r wtlt All Kinds all prices any dep- thROOFING j j All kinds all prices fiJ f fi S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber BTANFOHD KY Dm 4 ID06 n We have just received a big supply of Comic find Leather Post Cards Ici nyt Drug Store t tPERSONALSMiss UKMIK 1Ah71a vtaltotl Lane lair friend j Mn K I KENNEDY is clerking In Gco II Fnrri MR W H MrKlNNBY has been for several dI I Miss POLLY DltANB TllAYUMl is vUf Ing Danville friends Mn G ItaiiNKg WRAHBN and wlCo are moving to Hustonvlllo- MR JOHN UTTKIUIACK of Lcxingtoi WM hero with lr limb Hold MR TiiOMAa HUMBLE Bjxint seven dOS with relatives at Pccryvllle- MISB Uroir Pi 11113 of Illchmom t is the guest of Mrs It C Rocker ATTOUNBY J W HHOWN of Mt Vornon was hero Friday on legal bus nc s ClIARUM IlOHOSf of Lebanon WM hero to see a mighty pretty girl hat week Dn T M IBNNINOTON was at Crab IOrthnrd on professional business yes to day TTm Misses Owslcy are with the of Mr 0 P Nowland In the Past End MR JOHN N MENEFKK JR Is temporarily engaged with T II Uaujih man Co i Prior W 0 Horinn of Mt Stcr e ling spent several days with the home folks hero MR It 1 WAHNER of Indianapolis eM Is with his parents Mr and Mrs P G Warner Miss NILL WARREN is visiting her sister Miss Josephine Warren at Cav Springs Ga SIINATOH H 1 H WHILE and Mr J T Embry spent yesterday at Frank fort on business ItnvW S GRINSTBAD of Versailles was the guest of his daughter Mrs Kathleen Ucaxlcy MRs CLARK MOORB and children 01 s Somerset were guests of Mrs J W Cocking at McKinney MRS W C 1RTTUS and children or Wllmoro arrived yesterday to visit t Mrs James F Cummins Miss LUCY MiuKRGivEN3willcntcr thin the Young Peoples Social Club at her homo At 2 p y6 Thursday MR AND MRS JOHN S BAUGIIMAJ will entertain the Married Peoples So cial Club at 8 p M Friday next MISS ELIA MAY SAUNDERS left Fri day to visit friends and relatives otMt Vernon Richmond and ML Sterling AUIKRT VoNGRUBNIGAN went over to Nicholasvillo Friday with his brother Julius who has been here several days MRS MARY HUNTER who has been the guest of Mr J C Florence and family returned to Crab Orchard Fri- daya Mils louise TATE who has been with her daughter Mrs C H Payne at Boston for some time returned home Friday- Miss TEVIB CARPENTER spent several days with the Misses Lcavcll in Gar rard Sho is now the guest of Miss Patsy Prowitt in Lexington CASHIER D A THOMAS of Middle burg was hero Saturday en rbute to Lancaster where ho has accepted a po sition in the new bank there MESSRS J E BRUCE C E Tate S T Harris and James H Baughman are in Chicago attending the big fat cattle sale which is in progress there MR BOYD WKATIIERFORD and Miss Bee Newburn of Hustonvillc are vis sting the family of Mr J Beechcr Ad ams on East Main Street Advocate J MISSES MATTIE MAR AND LILLIAN LEAVELL entertained Miss Tovis Car penter of Stanford and Miss Patsy Prewitt of Lexington at their country home near Bryantsville Advocate TAYLOR House who has made the Walnut Flat section of this county a splendid citizen for tho past year will move to Garrard tomorrow to take charge of the farm ho recently bought of II B Cox SINCE our lost issue the editor of this paper has enjoyed a visit to his broth er Mr T U Walton and his wife at Atlanta and with the indulgence of the I J readers ho will give a few jottings on his trip in tho Fridays Issuer ALBERT WALLACE who has been with Undertaker J C McClary for a number of years and has made him a splendid assistant has given up his a with Guy Wells the leading undertaker of Shel 4 byville rr r W Fur CollarsLIn Blnck mud Brown Coney Dpofsum and babclla Fox C9c to 8050 Round Boas Until silos furf In Conoy Jtox mad Opossum 85 to 8H150 Long Scarfs In linmleoiuo fur such as Uluck Coney Brown Coney Opossum Fox Minki Muffs To match most of the nicer furs SEVERANCE SON STANFORD MR W II MURPHY is quite sick Miss DORCAS LEWIS of Turncrsvillc has been with Miss Margaret Lewis MR JAMES II SWOPE has bought the handsome Price bomb In Danville ror 512000 DR A S PRICE who has been at tho bedside of his mother in Garrard Is baok at his office Mrs Price being bet ter LOCALS TRY Everybodys codec at Single tons store Soil 25 or 80 Real meat hogs lor sale B D Holtz law phone KM Stanford GRAND opening ofholiday good Thursday Dee from 2 to 5 and 7 to- P M at Farris Los at the stockynlacourt da a roan heifer 750 to 800pounds Re- Ward E T Pence Sr Tim U Cewill havo a called meeting at the home of Mrs J SOws Icy Jr at 230 this Tucsdayaftcrnoor STANFORD mirspoons with pic turcs of Court house Graded 8chool and Male Female Seminary at Mucl Icrs EXAMINATIONS for appointment to State College will be held In my office Dec 14 and 15 G Singleton superintendent Tim Ladles Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs George D Wcarcn Friday after noon at 2 oclock HAVING sold my stock of general merchandise I desire all those owing mo to please call and settle W M Wheat MU Salem 3t I WILL bo in my Stanford office ror the next few days and will be glad to wait on those who are troubled wiU their eyes Dr W N Craig LOST between Stanford and Gilbert Creek a paper sack from Miss Van Do veers millinery store containing a black hat and two veils Leave at this of nee FIVE Lincoln county gentlemen wer accepted as jurors in the case of Dill dumber for killing Policeman Pollard at Lancaster The rest of the jury Is made up of Garrard county men DEPUTY SHERIFF BRUCE LAWSON or Garrard was hero Saturday and summoned a venire of men to select 1 jury from to try the case of William Humbcr for killing Policeman Pollan some time ago IN order to reduce my stock of bug gics to make room for others 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 ti buy E T Pence Tim ladles of the Crab Orchard Chris Ian church will set a court day dinner at Stanford next Monday in the E D cyton storeroom The dinner will conSISt of oysters and ccfTee The proceeds to go to the Crab Orchard church SAVE postage time and trouble by ordering papers and magazines from Iiss Ilettlo Harris Crab Orchard Now is the time to order a yearly sub scription or a leading magazine as a Christmas present Renewals ore solicited of present subscriptions Tim cut price solo ofif T Logan the Lancaster merchant is attracting immense crowds to his store The un ircccdentcd bargains are going rapidly and if you want some of thegood things that are offered you had better go at ice FREE Send 12 names and addresses or music loaders and Sunday school superintendents and get a free copy of our new Sunday school song book for 907 Windows of Heaven No5 Please write plainly with pen and ink uoo do not use postal cards J IL Vaughan Athens Ga AT Elizabethtown the sheriff sold at public outcry a white man who had been found guilty of vagrancy Tho Jury declared he was perfectly able to work but was too lazy and had no visible means of support If the author Jcs in this county would open their eyes a little they would find several jobs for Sheriff Hill similar to the one at Elizabethtown There are many vagrants hi this community and they are by no means confined to the Negro face BUY a dinner set of 100 pieces at Sin gletons store GOOCH BECK are paying the highest market price for turkeys DIAMONDS in rings in brooches In studs in cult buttons etc at Mu oilersIIoNRYEd Hubbard has 500 pounds of honey for sale He will sell in any quantity DONT miss Farris opening of ho day goods Thursday Dec 6 from 2 to I and 7 to 9 r M Fort SALEIiOOO ginseng seed at Ii per 1000 Also 400 ginseng plants A P Brackctt Stanford You are cordially invited to nttend Farris holiday opening Thursday Dec from2to5and7to9Pse FOR RENT Tho Harris home or eight rooms on Logan avenue An modern conveniences House is In splendid repair P P Nunnelley Tile reputation of tho milk Dairyman J B Cnmcniach is selling is becoming almost national He has customers In Louisville and sends them 10 gallons by express daily TilE entertainment at Crab Orchar last night for the benefit of tho Chris ttan church there was such a decided success that tto managers have alreed to present it again tonight with con sidcrable change of program Go and help a good cause NOTICE Tho Fiscal court of Lincoln county will convene in special scsslo on Thursday Dec 20th 1906 and un turnpike contractors who havo completed their contracts and want any Christmas money will file their claims with the clerk on or before that day R C Warren judge Lincoln count court Nov191906- DEruTY t SHERIFF LEE HILL and Ge- T Wood took Buena Vista Compton and Bishop Howard to the peniten tiary and House of Reform respective ly Compton was convicted at the recent term of circuit court and it being his third conviction he went for life Howard Is a mere youth and his olrcns was grand larceny ATIIERTON KILLED Warren Athcr ton was mistaken for a burglar by Charles F Sheppard and shot and stantly killed by him in Louisville Only one shot was fired and the bulk penetrated Athertons heart The remains were brought to Highland Saturday and interred Mr Atherton lived in that section of the county until some live or six years ago when he went to Louisville and engaged in the poultry business Tim INTERIOR JOURNAL is almos half filled with farms advertised for sale The farmers of Wayne county are prosperous and very few farms for sale but if farming is so profitable in the bluegrass we may all want to sell and go where hemp and tobacco grows so that in a very few years we will have all we want and retire Waym County Outlook Farming is profitable when properly looked after and judging from the largo number of Wayne ounty people who have bought farms in this county and aro prospering the land is as good as can be found Tim banquet given by Mrs Woodic S Jones at her restaurant Thursday night to some 30 couples of her young riends was a thing of beauty and a joy while it lasted Tile dining room had been artistically decorated with bunting evergreen flowers etc and when the doors were thrown open at 930 the guests walked in to the sweet strains or the Stanford colored orchestra For nalitywas set aside and for more than an hour the fat of the land was enjoy cd Tho menu was as follows Oysters raw pickles crackers for the first course Tho second consisted of turkey ham salads croquettes olives sandwiches The third neapolitan ico ream and cake and the fourth and last dice and wafers The service was first class It was Mrs Jones Inten lion to have Hon Harvey Helm to act as toastmaster but the Congressman elect was too bashful to do so At the finish of the feast of good things Coun ty Attorney W S Burch made an appropriate talk and expressed his appreciation as well as that of the other odd guests of Mrs Jones clever loss to which all of the young people said amen It was a most happy enjoyable occasion and Mrs Jones reared her self even more popular the young people by her gracious deed You Must lave Them I One of the very noticeable lenturcs of tho horse show in Now Yorkwas that every lady wore a fur of eonio kind Small neck scnra wore more incidence than any ether kind11ro arc showing a variety of furs antI wino range of price We also have the largo shapes for those who likQ a warm fur Your costume is not complete without a fur KY HIGHLAND The sick in this community are 1m proving somewhat- A number of farmers have already butchered their hogs The members of the Christian church have called Elder Corrforanothef yeai making his third year at this place School at Blue lint has been suspcm cd for several weeks on account of tho illness of the teacher Miss Ethel Ad amsTim Hutchison Is building a newI house on his farm near Mt Moriah school house Mike Floyd has moved into his new house Gene Hutchlso will move to the house vacated by Mr Floyd Tin neighbors and friends not forgetting the spirit of Thanksgiving visited II H Walls who has been quite sick for some weeks and left a lot of the necessaries of life clothing etc for his family Rev P II Ebripht and wife have returned from a to friends in Mercer and Marion counties in behalf of the new Methodist church in processor erection here Rev J M Cook has gone to Somerset John Meier of Dan ville and Emil Meier of Stonega Va spent several days with their parents here James Reed and Miss Florence Epperson have returned from Indiana is visiting Miss NellieBallard Moreland Mr am Mrs Waters of Louisville are visiting C D Warfield Misses Fannie Young and Zona Baugh attended church at Kingsville Sunday Thousands of poor were feasted by tho charitable associations of New York City Southern Baptist women will try to make a Christmas offering of 2000 rorwomen in foreign lands The Interstate Commerce Commit lion is preparing to begin an investiga ion of shortage of freight cars Col Theodore Ewert for many fears lssistant adjutant general or lied at the Illinois Soldiers anti Sailor Home at Quincy TURKEYS Mammoth Hronie Turkeys for Kroii Mrs T K Hnldwlirttlineyenrblue ribbon wcnren Fur purtlculnri write me Mri J K Lynn Hox 11 Htnnfonl Ky JflMES H PHILLIPS STANFORD KY otATrn in Building Material of nil kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build dors Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build- Ing purposes and do all kinds of concrete work Prices on application VITAEOJE Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind IDIII Killer derm Destroyer Dlwaso Uau- iKherlllood Vltnlltvr Health mid Htrength Itfitoror N II Bogie Mnrksbury Kentucky ientnil Agent PUBLIC SALE I I will olflr foronlt Oil I lie B Ulro Murplij ilnoo three mIlt weal of Htnnfonl on tin luntonvllle plkeon TJIUKHUA YDEO 13UW Ibe following erunaltyt Onu morn mute good fiunlly horse l Inure n cows heifer I wo horse wagon I buggy1 hay mkl corn planter wlltut I steel rolllr cultivator turning plow iloulilv shot Ill J Imy frnincn laity forks i sets waoll- hurlloolIIOWI1arIOIt chains wash kut stove hog box of chest i gate lun11ier to quake 6 ilea I bits eoythen lIlsl Isles of lot- or houtrhold nut kitchen furniture unit mi icrous other tbtnus Bal to iHirln prompt r nt luoclock AltTIIUItOA ITII J Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I 0 200000 STOCK 01 eneral Merchandise fEe191106I will on Mil my ock of goods mid toro n wholestock10 the hluhekt bidder ThU of good- S mw mitt clean noun of It liavlim been In my house over IS month This stock IBII of Dry Uoodn Notion Miav hard wnre Tinware tlrowrle OllohllOr stock II This stock of goods U yantnvtlleOarrnrdcounty Ky nnd this ice lies Irffi tho heal county to sell goods I did II ulliuliof Di ItjIl your nnd I will III y there U no better maml r My the IlIrllO utoreliousa KYlunIt111111lhllt hirer n In Jlsinemlwr this U H olden opportunity for Home one to get it big uritnln r this will Ie n positive Ie on thoalwvo named date Hale will take oclock v lien IStli pl8eo prollllut unties from town surrounded by the It agricultural lid In tho Htnte It n splendid point rliiulntss Fur turthvrpurtlrulnrscallou or nddre nrynntavllio Ky FancyVests Are Fashionable fbi Falland Winter Wear s We have just received many new patterns in Fancies ee and Whites PricesJf 1 to 400 i CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY Belts Bags Collars Combs a Buckles We have just placed on sale a complete line of the above- A new lot of belts including a wide range of all the newest patterns at from 50c to 200 each Hand Bags in Black and Colors in the latest styles at 25c to 500 each See the new Alligator Bag The largest and best selection of fancy collars at 25c each See win dow for same Also see our window for the new line of Combs at 25c to 225 each Pearl and metal Belt Buckles at 25 and 50c The above are all suitable Christmas presents so call and see them and save yourself the worry and trouble of studying up and mak ing presents L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY The Interior Journal Xfittredin the Poet Ofce at Stanford at wend claw waiter DBIOBUBD TUESDAYS AND FKIUAYB JT 100 PER YEAR CASH wken noto paid IJOO will be chirped PARKERS HAIR w i and lnmUIJei tie lull ProtnctM s Never Fall to 1lto Grtjl Hair to Its Youth bile Color ntseslp dues a Wll- aBeendpat Pru NEW LIVERY STABLE tr ITOUl ft C1ABSSON Pren JUNCTION CITY KY JlnvCUss Turnout at Kcwonable Rates al Attention to Tmrellnp Men Oratn and Uy For Sale For Sale Privately Ii koQae and Ss acres of land iltoatt tut ovUlde of town limits on the Bomene House has 7 rooms kitchen and set cellar stable and all seceiearfeutbalgood Water hydrant U toeyardand one stock J P RAILBY H A s PRICE i Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY I Office over McRoberts Drug Store in 4theOwsley BuildingI Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately IfIlaringdeterminetltoquitfarntingIwill t alonlandon sell hl1 O ltaltro d I mle from lI 1nuaedsod oat clock bacod mares Will Roll at n bargain It I find abuyer In the next or 40 days D B KING Moreland Ky I INSURANCE Ia WlndBtonn Life and 11re Lightning aa16Tlompxnnlel Represented Lowest POI and IMe Rates Paying Jleo sralUnequalled Talk with 3IAHONY Stanford Kentucky s Residence Phone No 81r1 BD CARTER Bnccesaor to Bruce Darter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Ky IfMlal attention to Commercial Men Yeur patronage is solicited Horses on commission Steek Pena IB Connection Two Farms For Sales tl wish to sell my farm of 17- 0aerN1 miles Wost of Lancaster on the leis J8IOB It is well lmprored and ha watT of water and umber fenced aa0 b midwaaybentwenlmncasteraandat sef- tgtartlrta Jeacod pikes Terms renaonahlo TIHKHBINa Marksbury Ky S1VE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASEYOU clothing when there Ysmlltttodlfrerencufuthe price of ready mndo suits and n suit to your meusure taken nn txIKrlncld tailor liavo n 0080111111111001 Fall Winter goods I an mnke from u tow price business suit to Uto flnestdres suit Overcoats Trous nnnJKuncy Yells The company I rep xescnt U second to none 110 UUPLK Y The Tnllor Hla ford Ky 1teeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Earn one Saddlery Ac ttSTANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 4 JLBeazleyCo TJadertaKers and Embalm tn Also Dealers in Fur 39tnre MattiugsRugs The will exchange Furuittlre for an Rinds of Stock Give ahem aCall Prices Right VfTAliFORD KENTUCKY Here and There Benjamin Osborne killed John Bayles with a poker in Indianapolis during a quarrel over 20 cents Mark Hossicr widely known throu lOUt the country as a musical director and composer died in Philadelphia- Gen George W Baird U S A retired is dead at Asheville N C lie was u native of Connecticut and a Civil War veteran The safe in the postofUcc at Calm Miss was blown open with dynamite and several hundred dollars in cash and stamps taken The opcrahouse three large stores nine dwellings and three barns in Gat litzen Pa were burned The loss will reach 250000 It is thought John Sharp Williams campaign in Mississippi to defeat Gov Vardaman for the United States Senate will be successful- In the game of foot ball between the Army and Navy at Philadelphia Saturday the Navy won out by a score of 10 to 0 in a hotly contested game After 30 years service on the force a Spanish policeman has been found to be a Frenchwoman And still people will talk about the weaker sex It has been ascertained that 30 persons were killed G2 dangerously wounded and 180 slightly injured by the explosion in the rcburite factory near An nen Germany Telephone girls at Logansport Ind went on a strike because they were allowed only two hours in which to cat their Thanksgiving dinners They tied up the service for the day Col Biscoo Hindman seems to be playing in bad luck He lost his fat Insurance job recently and now lies is about to lose his wife by divorce According to the petition the gallai Colonel has been top gay with other women one in particular with whom was wont to automobile rides his wife was out of the city as the charges DEPARTMENT E T Pence sold some 750 to 800 pound heifers at 23 to 3c Jailer Isaac Herrin bought of various parties 15 300pound hogs at 5Jc Mr Frank Smith of the Knob Lick ection lost a valuable horse the othc lay being kicked in the head R M Shearer of Wayne county ought of W B Moss the R M Moss arm of 261 acres near Lancaster at 75 Judge Hughes bought five fine horoughbred brood mares at Lexington yesterday They cost him 800 and- are considered a great bargain Fred orsythe paid 500 for a mareHar dsburg Herald- Granville Cecil Sr has returned prom the Southern Circuit with his string of fine trotters Notwithstand- Ing he was laid out by high water for ome three weeks he reports that his rip was a very profitable one Danvill News Plagued by rats the rodents destroy- Ing corn and other grains in large quantities Farmer Brooks of Bourbon began a war of extermination being assisted by neighbors with their dogs When the roundup was completed 900 dead rats were counted rhilo hundreds escaped Given Up To Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St IvansvlHe Ind writes For over Oe years I was troubled with kidney nod ladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost lest nnd was all run down and a year ngo had to abandon work entirely I hat three of tho best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Foleya Kidney Cur was recommended and the first bottle gae me great relief and after taklni the second bottle I was entirely cured ennys Drug Store- CHURCH MATTERS Bitter feeling over the attempt tc drive out blind tigers has culminated in a brutal assault on the Rev II C Riley poster of the M E church at- New Richmond Ind The revival at the Christian church has closed with 33 confessions The services were of unusual power and were entered into with cnthusiasum by l rge audienpes at each meeting Elder lIugh MncLeHan is a speaker ot- Corce and and In Somerset was soulsatisfying nnd- will be of lasting good to the community Journal Dealers thatthose who have used Chamberlains Stomach and Llv erIablets are quite loyal to them and can not be persuaded to take any bstitate Get free sample at Stanford Drug Co give them a trIaland you too will want them In preference to any other They mire stomach troubles biliousness and constipation Attorney General Moody has ordered the institution of suits against a largo number of railroads for failure to use- safety appliances as required by law Danger In Asking Advice When you have a cough or cold do- not ask some ono what is good for It there Is danger in taking some unknown preparation Foleys Honey nnd Tar cures coughs colds andvprp vents pneumonia The genuine Is inn show package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store At Princeton coming from all directions singly and in groups of five or six on horseback walking and driving a mob of armed men took possession of the town shortly after midnight Saturday night and for an hour the town wis completely in their possession All communication with the outside was shutoff and although tires started by raiders were burning in two sections of the town threatening much valuable property no effort was made to fight the flames Tho property loss is as follows The Stegery tobacco stem mery building and fixtures 15001 insurance 9000 150000 pounds of tobacco insured J G Orr tobacc stemmery building and fixture 20000 partly insured 25000 pounds of tobacco Clay Coon residence 1000 F G Wood resident 1000 insurance 700l A Texas Wonder Theres a lull at Unvrlo Tex UlIlts twice as big as last year This won dcr lf W L Hill who from a weigh of 00 pounds has grown to over 180 He says I suffered with a tcrribl cough and doctors gave mo up to die of Consumption I was reduced to 00 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Now aftei taking 12 bottles I have more that doubled In weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough and Colt cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store and Lyno Bros COu and fll Trial bottle free Following a court decision in the matter State Treasurer Bosworth has turned over to tho receiver of the Southern Mutual Investment Company it Lexington the 250000 worth of securities which had been put up with the State as a guarantee fund Public Speaker Interrupted Public sperkers are frequently in irrupted by people coughing This would not happen If Foley Honey and Tar were taken as It cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia tad consumption The genuine con alas no opiates and is in a yellow mckage Pennys Djug Store The Christian Womens Board of Missions has a membership of 47210 and last year employed 362 workers the total contributions were 206553 The First Christian church of Louisville leads in this good work Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in ho land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle tho trouble and he purifying work goes right on 3est cure for constipation headache nod dizziness c at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab rchard James R Gay one of the most promt nent citizens of Woodford county is dead near Pisgah after an illness of several months He was in the 79th year of his age cORNs uREDCorn Exit will post ively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 c ants and nothing if a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny ruggist Stanford Ky A handsome memorial window to the Iate John hay Secretary of State was welled at Keneseth Israel Temple hiladelphia erected bythe Jews Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup tlen- eIV Laxative stimulates but does not Irritate It Is tho best Laxative uaranteed or your money back nays Drug Store Chairman Shonts in an interview In- New York says the Panama Canal work was never in better condition and going ahead very fast George B Nicholson chief engineer of the Cincinnati Southern is dead FOR SALE I uiituilnte little home Ih outioli wRtlrl1I0wlye In good jir with wnter In nnil ruiiwnlnnt to nil churches W 114LitoIIKUrelibtn- iunlPoultry And Eggs Wanted will pay innrktt price for Tur tiununsn11dniloilier IlOultr 1lsomutts Wll Iw fount constantly lilY ottloo nti LanciiilvrHt J nmmiKer 11 II Northcott Look Out for Bargain 11111111lMlXtS D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky Blue Grass Farm foi Sale I wish toKlbniy fnrin 3U mile Writ Hu I tram pike ami Unrpon tor1 s Hlatlon consisting hens of rich blue gross or tolllieco III This rill 1811 m equally worn udrunlagesuaslahnrongtwddwolllag Oil each plan also nicrMnrjr The farm 1111 iilmojt In n square only one mglo In hues There are three tuck born I goal tolmcco luirn tablet tvnnn house gnoil water In every Held six prlnga with 3 itruini running tlirouni hole toirk J MTKKIE OAUIBXTKIt Iliutunvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE I will offer for sale live mile from Htnn ordun HniiKlng Fork on WKDNKHHAY IKO It IIUI till following iH roimltyi S IIlnrlS 3 btvi aid safe In foal mlrol work mulct I rows extra milk cow with lioroiiRhbred aura Jersey flogs jIlt iul31lHirsTSnlco Ily mouth Hock chick ell I lvohore wnllon and harness 3 hug 1111 nod liHrnei iilmlf mower bnj tike corn plnnter wheat drill due harrow J Cultivators 1 turning plows i iloulili hovel boa lox feod cutter J dlRuen miller hvnip rrniNr nnvll and vl l late hoes fork slioriU I nlr tight 31001 h11 Ir with hlO t PI for rOOlll1l hon I tewlnit nmchliip Ii shock of fiMldur lout Su bushel ales winter apple Uit ootchoM and kitchen furn tun1 and umerou other things Halo to Imgln nimptlynt IDoclock AM Tkans9 and under cash over that mount good note at ojwr cent II A IlRAHAMTH J UhandlertuctARM SALE An gent for the heirs of John and jfnney nliiuT I nlllo- nHURSDAY D1 C 6 06 Rt oclock PM on the premises tell their inn tune lolnt Ia rounl- KlIluecOlltltlllll1l1 I 103 ACRESold farm Is In n high state of cultivation Iacrreof which In IIn It is 11iLllio Klchmomlt Ijincnttrr turulllkiII j mill Knit of Inntnslerandcry hest neighborhoods In tilt county and 01111 rural route and only a short dlstnncu rom ociitotllcc lIIlelon will given Jon 171sqat h time the pnrchuM mon oT Is to I reserve the right to reject uny and all hid hut tho property l bound ilHisold Will sell houeliold at lie uime done William Palmer I Diamond moos ITry ICOllgij 5QrtlP1 1 comIpound 1 I i For Men and Women nUll es I 1ofI sra ertar ford Drug rat Co I rrI THE PRESENTI- s the time to think about tho future Dont wait until tho last minute to so lees yourCHRISTMAS GIFTS Theres nothing to bo gained by ppjttppnpmunt and something may bo lost OUR HOLIDAY STOCK OF Diamonds Jewelry Watches Clocks Surer and other metal novelties eta Is now complete Why not make se lectlons now Goods purchased now will be reserved until Christmas If so desired j Jt i Vii u if We H MUELLERJeweler GRlrrON HR AnnC- LOTiICS Grifon Brand Overcoats and Cravenette Rainf J Coats Best Try one I SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY A Ana suggestion Give Hirii ate Overcoat and as he wears it in the warmth of his wear ing he will feel the good sense of the giver We will assist you in choosing one weE PerkinsCrabOrchard All Kinds of Hatchets Axesi GEORG HPRARRIS t 1ril n ff Wadye HICGINS Stanfordf Kentucky J CHICKENS A few single comb Rhoda Iiliinil Rol Oockrtln from n select pen for kiitu- MHH I ii COOK Htimford Ky t TURKEYSIbfn- uuaotlt llrnimt Turkeys pure broil from prize winning 1SOIlU to IIhinu IJ nn or address W Wliltu Fair View Poultry Farm Trenchers vllli Ky