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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 I THE INTERIOR JOURNALt VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 1906 NO 76 KINGSVILLE Mlsa Bertha Gooch of Somerset Is with relatives here Bud Haggard houso burned Friday together with all tho furniture except a sewing machine and organ No in surance Rev Bradford of tho Methodist church delivered a beautiful sermon at tho Christian church Thanksgiving ove r nine to a largo audience He was edu sated in Boston and is regarded as a very Ono preacher Mrs Belle Burgess and son Fred of Lexington Mrs Carrie Shelton of Rowland Mr John Burgess of Atlan ta and Miss Mary Elizabeth McKee of Danville spent Thanksgiving with the family of Mr J A McKee Miss Nan nlo Dunn has returned from n visit to relatives in Cincinnati Virgil Bastin and Miss Dora Rigney their friends by going to Stan 4font Tuesday nnd being united In mar riage Mr Bastin whose home Is at ftSclenco Hill is a Q C operator and an young man while the brido is a pretty blonde petite of fig ure and possessing it sweet disposition which makes her very popular The happy couple have our best wishes for nllfetimc of happineasM Rev W C Mitchell delivered an in teresting lecture at thgMcthodistchurch Monday evening Ho entertained his audience with moving pictures of the magnltlccnt scenery at Ycllojv Stone Park with n comprehensive description of same Rev Mitchell is a highly ed ucated cultured gentleman of exten sive travel principally In tho Western State spending three years In Colorado He is a highly entertaining and in tructivo lecturer and tho Methodist el I r tiers are to bo congratulated on secur ing for this community a treat In tho way of lectures County Attorney Burch was hero Saturday F M Dunn has gone to Grant county to visit relatives Wm Lane loft Tuesday for Cincinnati and DaytonS 0 on business Rovel Gooch this week taking up ties Mrs Dee Baxter was tho guest of relatives here Little Miss Della Rigncy visited her sister Mrs Craig Butt at Somerset and aunt Mrs Marlon Williams at Eu banks Mrs Lillie Frisby of South Fork visited her brothers fatally here last week Mrs C D Evans went to Lexington Wednesday Little Miss Marion Evans went to NlcholaSvllle Wednesday to visit relatives Died on the 27th Miss Bertha Jen kins aged 19 of a complication of trou Lies Sho was the daughterof JooJen kins and a granddaughter of Rev J A Singeton of this place and a lovely Christian being a member of Pleasant Point RapUst church and a Sunday school worker She had many friends among the young pOpleln fact allI who knew her loved her A large con course of Borrowing friends and rein fives followed tho remains to their last resting place Tho funeral service was conducted by Rev W R Davidson orI Danville after which the remains were laid to rest In Pleasant Point cemetery In Praiso or Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no other medicine manufac tured that has recoloved so much praise and so many expressions of gratitude as Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is olTecllvo and prompt relief follows Its use Grateful parents everywhere do not hesitate to testify to Its merits for tho benefit of others It It a certain cure for croup and will prevent tho attack If given at tho first appearance of tho disease It la especially adapted to children as it Is pleasant to take and contains nothing Injurious Mr K A Humphreys a well known resident and clerk In the 4 store of Mr K Lock of Alice Capo Colony South Africa says 4II have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy to ward off croup undcoldx in my family I found it to bo wry satisfactory aui It gives mo pleasure to recommend it For sago by Stanford Drug Qo Did you marry mo fog money or my good looks If your mirror wont answer question for you I shantIfousto Post Now Curo for Epilepsy J 1J Waterman of Watertown 0 Rural freo delivery writes My daughter aflllctod for several years with epilepsy was cured by Dr King s t Now Life rills Sho has not had an attack for over two years Best body cleansers and life giving tonlo pills on earth 2Jo at Pennys Drug Store an d Lyno pros They pay per year 400 plunks said Parson Jones In tones morose And Mrs Jones unpacked the trunks That call quoth she much too close Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup tho flaw Laxative stimulates but does not Irritate It Is tho best Laxative Guaranteed or your money back Pennys Drug Store j CRAB ORCHARD Mr David Street has moved his stock occupiedbyThere will be a union Christmas tree at tho Baptist church Christmas eve There will be preaching at tho Baptist church Saturday evening and n busl ness meeting after tho services also preaching Sunday morning and evening at tho usual hours After an Illness of several months Mrs Grove Cook passed away Thurs day evening Her funeral was preached at the Baptist church by Mr Wm White Friday morning after which tho remains were burled on Cemetery Hill She Is survived by her aged hus bandand one son Mr S Cook and one daughter Mrs S Estes Dr Doorcs has returned from Paint Lick where he went to attend tho bed side of his brother Mr James Doorea who was paralyzed Mrs Kittle King is visiting her son Samuel King at Birmingham with a view to locating there Miss Mattie Estes of Lancaster is visiting relatives here Mrs Anna Greer of Denver Col is a guest of her eister Mra Emma Payne Sam uel Hfggins wife and little daughter of Somerset wore hero with his moth er Mrs Rhoda Higgins Mrs B Duke and little son have gone to Thomas vile Ind to visit relatives Mrs Alice Ncwland and daughter Miss Annie vis ited Mrs Henry Newland hero Sunday Tho most enjoyable social events of the week were two church entertainments given for tho benefit of the Christian church at the Springs Hotel Tho ladies and gentlemen who arc guests there contributed greatly to the success and pleasure of the evening Music recitations and a delightful luncheon were included in tho program Misses 0 B and E Young and Johnson of Richmond Bessie Elkin of Louisville Dove Embry Edna Schlegel Lexing ton Messrs Ike Shelby Shelby City M Nowland and T M Pennfngton and Heath Willis Crab Orch ard all performed their parts perfectly Mr and Mrs Willis Dr and Mrs Dick Mr and Mrs Monk did all in their pow er to make everything pass off pleas antly for tho largo crowd present PREACHERSVILLE Tho Masons met last Saturday night Mrs Dan Nnylor is convalescent Miss Nora Smith is quite ill of throat trouble Oliver Naylor continues in a precarious condition Word has been received here from Texas that Mrs Susan Green relict of the late James Green is dead at the homo of her son She left hero two years ago Ierry Ballard had a fine 130 horse to die very strangely J S Turpin sold some corn to B D Holtzclaw a J2 and bought a Jersey heifer for from same party John B Anderson sold his corn at 2 Hog killing is the order of tho day n present Levi Bell has two hogs s large that it will require an extra sized box to scald in These porcine prodigies aro estimated by competent judges at 900 to 1000 pounds each The Baptist brethren at their Saturday meeting called Rev II M Shouse of MIddlcburg lie is said to be a most excellent divine This church has been without a pastor since tho resignation of the lath Rev John C Carmlcal Miss Katie Payne visited tho family of her brother Mr J F Payne Mrs Mcncfce Elmoro visited her mother Mrs W 11 Cummins Master Spoon amore of Rowland visited his brother George Spoonamore Thos Lunsfo returned homo from Illinois to visit parents Mr and Mrs B T Lunsford Mrs W P White had as her visitor Mrs George Spoonamore No Opium In Chamberlains Cough Remedy There Is not tho least danger in giv ling Chamberlains Cough Remedy to small children us itcontnlns no opium or other harmful drug It has an es tablished reputation of more than 30 years as tho most successful modiclno in use for colds croup and whooping pleasnant to take by Stanford Drug Co Secretary Wilson has rendered a opinion to the effect that mixtures com posed of whisky and neutral spirits to gether with coloring matter can not le gaily bo labeled either unblend whiskies or blended whisky Danger In Asking Advice When you have a cough or cold do not ask some ono what is as there Is danger in taklt bosomorun known preparation Foloys Honey and Tar cures coughs colds and pre vents pneumonia The genuine Is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes Ponnyto Drug Store p The president in his special message on Panama call attention to the inadequate salaries paid skilled tetra there NEWS NOTES J G Rawlins and Alf Moore a Negro were hanged at Valdosta Gh Terry McGovern the erstwhile great fighter has become mentally dethroned Peter Hoffman a prominent Cleveland 0 politician dropped dead In LouisvilleEight were seriously burned by an explosion In a paper match factory at Indianapolis James Wilsons barn near Owensboro burned entailing a 15000 loss 32 mules and horses were burned to death The L g N hasgivcn an order for 30 giant locomotives at a cost of 16 000 each They will weigh 173000 pound Three persons were killed and 11 others injured by the falling of nn ele vator in a machine shop at Chambers burg Pa It is rumored in Washington that Sluyvesant Fish may succeed the late Samuel Spencer as president of the Southern railway The House has passed a bill of great importance to tho West permitting national banks to make loans on real estate as security A Russian political prisoner of Siberia arrived at San Francisco this week Ho escaped from tho prison concealed in a barrel of sauer kraut W W Finley second vicepresident of tho Southern Railway was elected president of that company to succeed Samuel SpencerdeceaJIoo- Fireman George Shehan was killed in a freight collision on tho C 0 near Spencer Both engineers and one brakeman were badly hurt Judge M M Rcdwlnc in a decision rendered In the Morgan Circuit Court has declared the Croan dog tax law to be unconstitutional and void Eighteen lives are known to have been lost in the flood nt Clifton Ariz and the death list nay go higher when additional details arc received Tho Corporation Commission of Rich mond Va has decided to investigate the wreck on the Southern railway In which President Spencer was killed In Montgomery county Sam Stone was accidentally shot and fatally wounded by tho discharge of a gun in the hands of his brotherinlaw Tom Rollins A rigid investigation into tho cause of the wreck on the Southern which resulted in tho death of President Spencer and a number of others has been begun behind closed doors at Washington J A McGuire clerk in a country store at Elk Chester returning home with his wife found two strange men in his house and engaged in a pistol fight with them The men fled lean- Ing a trail of blood thetChesapeake and Ohio stock to Kuhn Loeb Co of New York The pur madeoponies having risks in the socalled trust tobacco plants have cancelled the policies in tho western part of Kentucky by telegraph and no more will be issued until the present disturbances sub side The jury in the case of Chester Gillette after five hours deliberation returned a verdict of guilty In the first degree at Herkimer N Y Gillette is charged with murdering his sweetheart Grace Brown and throwing hr body into Big Moose Lake Evidence was received in the inves Princeton going to show rdthatmembers of the Dark Tobacco Growers Association had taken an oath to shed blood if necessary to further the cause of the growers who aro fighting tho tobacco trust iKing of All Cough Medicines Mr E G Case n mall carrier o Canton Center Conn who has been in tho U S Service for about 10 years says Wo have tried many cough medicines for croup but Chnm berlains Cough Remedy is king of all and ono to be rolled upon every time Wo also find It tho best remedy for coughs and colds giving certain te- suits and leaving no bad after ef foots For sale by Stanford Drug ICo At Ellzabethtown tho services of Dock Aubury for ntno months were put up at auction bringing just one dollar receivededevidently fearing Auburys counterbalIance Long Tennessee Fight For 20 years W L Rawls of Bolts Teen fought nasal catarrh Ho writes Tho swelling and soreness In side my note was tearful till I began applying tiucklcns Arnica Salvo to the sore surface this caused the sore ness aud swelling to disappear nave r to returnVuBest salvo In existence- r 25c atPennys Drugstore sad Lyn Brosl IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tim Bradshaw aged 73 is dead at Brown colored who claimed- to be 117 years old is dead at Lancas terMiss Lola Adams aged 16 died from an overdose of morphine at East Bern stadtJohn Traxell was killed by his half brother George Traxell in Wayne countyThe handsome new home of William Hisle near Richmond burned causing a 4000 loss The will of Col Shelby Irvine pro bated at Richmond leaves an estate of 300000 to two sisters and a brother Mrs Carrio Nation has arrived at Corbin and enlisted her services In the fight of the temperance element which will bo decided this week George Aarons of Junction City has a pair of single barrel gold mounted dueling pistols that are a curiosity They are more than 100 years old On account of a flaw in the bust which is to surmount the Francis foun Lain at Richmond the dedication exer cises which were to have been held to morrow have been indefinitely post poned After being unconscious five days as the result of injuries received In a runaway accident Miss Maude Can troll of Greensburg has Been operated on at Lebanon successfully and is re ported on the road to recovery Mr R Luke McDougald has resumed hU old position with the local office of the Southern Express Company and will be stationed at the depot Mr McDougald was injured several months ago while in tho employ of this company and was forced to resign his posi tion Ills many friends will be glad to learn that he will remain in Danville Advocate MIDDLEBURG McClelland McAninch has taken charge of the hack line and is said to be the most polite driver ever on the lineThe Teachers Association here Sat urday was not attended as it should havo been But little or no interest was taken by our people This ought not to have been so There will be quarterly meeting at tho M E church hero Saturday and Sunday Rev II M Shouse reports 13 additions to tho church as a result of the meeting at New Salem The meet ing will likely continue till Sunday Miss Iva Yates was seriously hurt in a runaway at Grove last week She was on her way to the postofllce when her horse became frightened and dashed off at breakneck speed throwing her out of tho buggy When found she was unconscious and remained so for several hours Stanley McIntosh attended the teachers association here Saturday Misses Della and Bessie Combest and Oda Hansford of Boyle visited the Misses Hansford Saturday Miss Willie Foglc who is teaching at Ellisburg was at home Friday to see her mother She was accompanied by Miss Coffman Miss Cora Weslev of Liberty spent Saturday and Sunday with her grand mother Mrs J G Wesley Miss Lu la Benson come down from Danville and spent a couple of days with he parents here Texas Wand Theres a 11111 at Dowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This won der Is W L Hill who from n weight of 00 pounds has grown to over 180 Ho says I suffered with a terrible cough and doctors gave mo up to dio of Consumption I was reduced to 00 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump Won Coughs and Colds Now after thafn am cured Only sure Cough und Col euro Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storo and Lyno Bros boo and 81 Trial bottle free Arent men the limit said young Mrs Wheel When 1 told my brother this morning that baby had just cut a tooth ho asked me savagely why I had allowed it play with knives And my bachelor uncle said Mrs Whoa when he heard that my baby had begun teething wanted to know if it would begin hairing soon Gov Luko P Blackburn whoso rep utation as a physician and philanthropist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is tho best aper ient known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than any one remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites DiamondBrand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil drug gists and country stores Twentyseven persons were injured one of whom probably will die in a Camobria Ind I DIMONDS and Fine Jewelry at Reasonable Prices i cs As the HOLIDAY SEASON approach our displays in nil departments reach tho zenith of completeness nnd especially is this noticeable at this time in the showing of new and beautiful designs of artistic SIL VER and GOLD JEWELRY anti DIAMONDS f Novelties in Jewelry that have never before been exhibited in a cjty of this size are to be found among our disIpasEve-n if you are not ready to make your purchasewe would ap preciate inspection of this splendid 1 display Then when you are ready you will have an exact knowledgeas to where the best values and Choic est designs are to be hadiWe Cordially Invite j You to Visit our Storet t While in Danville t HUGHiMUFlRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Christmas Greeting I Are You Ready or Have You ThoughtofiXmasW- esend 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 FOIIM YOU THAT THE CHAS WHEELER EMPORIUMHUSTON i VILLE is the proper place to buy your CHRISTMAS GOOD Yes we rantrnot his BOYS consisting of everything to tickle everybody from the Little Tot to tho Grandma TOYS GALORE BIBLES and Books for the young and old Everything from a Jumping Jack to a Hobby Horse 1J Jewelry We have n lint to n8c everybody A special liuo for handsome gifts Unit no one would be ashamedof Firstclass and strictly reliable General Line Everything that is kept in a general store Wo have n special sale ou iu Clothing every day 10 per cent oil on Overcoats and Suits LADIES and CHILDRENS CLOAKS Everyone a Bargain Now stock MILLIN largodwill continue to sell at old prices Pay no atcution to what others may say ulwut advances Just como to us we will convince you Wo will save you money if you will let us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Ky r Why we succeed I We sell good goods We have too right prices We give you Square deal Wo dont want it all j We like to have other people dosomo business Wo give fair treatment to eeryhodIAn inspection of goods and comparison of prices is invited Geo D Hoppers Stanford Kyt ili t r f VW IIardre G OCerlC81u tr t 4 4 f AN V The Interior Journal lEC WALTON M F NORTH It a cnndldntc tor ReprrMtntnttvrof Lincoln county lubject to tho action Demo iratlc party J T ROBERTS It acnmlldnte tor MnRlitrnte In the Crab Orclmnl DUtrlct iul Ject to the action of the democratic party IN DIXIE LAND Georgias Capital Forging Rapidly to the Front The Gate City of the South a Great Metropolis I have written so much about Atlanta during my dozen or moro visits there I fear the I J readers will think the subject worn out but such is not the case Tha magnificent Gate City to the great South furnishes an almost inexhaustible theme to write on so rapI- dly is it coming to the front as ono of the metropolitan cities of the U S Since I was there in April last many business buildings and residences have gone up and still the work of improve went goes on I venture the assertion that there is more building and genera impovement being done in Atlanta than any city of its size East of the Missis sippi and either North or South of the Mason and Dixon lino The completion of the Candler build ing on Peachtree street makes it one of the handsomest office buildings theI South It is built entirely of beautitult white marble is 19 stories high and is modern in every particular The cost of the building alone was 1250000 and the ground on which the massive struc a ture stands was bought for the snug sum of 150000 Mr Candler whoI owns a big interest in this great pile ort marble is president of tho company which makes coca colathe delightful and refreshing dope To keep pace with the city Uncle Sam has agreed to give Atlanta a new post office A whole square has been purchased for the site at a cost of 25000 and it is expected that tho postofTice building will cost a cool million It is only a short distance from the old post office The present structure will used for a Chamber of Commerce There are two branch postoffices Sta tion A and Station B making the mall facilities firstclass a The new depot or Terminal Station as it is called is worth going to see It and the covered car sheds together cov er an arear almost a third as large as Stanford The depot is strictly Southern in build and is indeed a thing of beauty and a comfort and convenience to the traveling public The Louisville Nashville Railroad now runs freight trains into Atlanta + but passenger service has not yet begun A magnificent ticket office has been installed and a number of clerks were as busy as bees when we called It is hoped that passenger trains will be operated to Atlanta by Jan 1 Georgias capital has a magnificent street car system It is owned by East ern capitalists to a great extent am means has not been spared in making it excellent in every respect The en tire city and many suburban towns some in adjoining counties can be reach ed by the electric cars for the small price of a nickle An idea of the building that is being done in Atlanta can be had when it is has been ex30000000told that over pended in erecting residences and busi ness houses in the last decade The temperance wave has struck the South and the advocates in Atlanta want to vote whisky out The newspapers are all against local option and are expressing their opinions freely in their editorial columns It is thought that the city council will increase tho t nrm to S5BOO in liquor license from order to reduce the number of saloons and at tho same time appease to some extent the temperance people Atlantas fire chief Mr Joynor known over the South M Chief Joyner has been elected mayor and will bs in due unl intoQ ice the first of tho year chief by Mr He is succeedod as fire Cummings who has been one of his able lieutenants for years There are COodd churches in the Gate City the Methodists leading with 20 churches The Baptists are next In strength and numbers the Presbyte rians third and Christians fourth There magnificent edifices and the are some cost of some would open tho eyes of our readers For instance the First Baptist church sold its site for 100000 amount for another and paid a larger and built on it a 300000 house or wor ship The Methodist church on Peach more Trinity has tree cost membership Dr Lee a the largest Methodist divine is its pastor famous intimate friend of Sam He anwas tribute by him in the Atlanta Jones and a Is said to have been al I attended Suninspirationmost an day school at Trinity and saW 695 pupils absorbed in and 41 teachers deeply the study and recital of their lessons to gray haired Babies In long dresses grandfathers were there and everyI clock work The mu wentthing delightful feature to me All sic was a the music could sing did so and who they made assisted by an orchestra of 10 pieces was closely bordering on the divine By the way Trinity church col lected for all purposes last year a little over 24000- Uptodate in everything Atlanta is ahead of tho procession in newspapers She has four democratic dailies that arc newspapers in all tho word implies They are the Constitution Journal News and Georgian The edition of tho Journal of Sunday was 96 pages and the rest were almost as large Only newspaper men can appreciate the work andI cost of such editions Atlanta is a charming place to live Tho climate is neither too hot in sumI mer nor cold in winter and almost anything found elsewhere can be obtained there The city is peopled by n progressive cultured population and few of those who live there for a while move away In short Atlanta is one of delightful places Where Every thosoI pect Pleases and Man Alone ill I am glad to tell his old this section that my brother Mr T R Walton is prospering in this good city Ho is still in tho grocery business but devotes some of his time to real estate of which he has acquired somo good holdings He and his splendid wife are comfortably domiciled at 54 Whitehall Terrace where I was the recipient of much genuine hospitality E C W nO POLITICAL i George A Bell has been appointed postmaster at Slavans Wayne county Representative Slayden of Texas has introduced a bill providing for the discharge of all the Negro troops from he army There is a question as to whether the Democratic Senators will support the Algeciras treaty in regulation of Moroccan affairs Senators Bailey and Tillman have given up the idea of opposing the con firmation of Attorney General Moody to tho Supreme bench- Representative Sherley has introduced a bill to give Federal Courts jurisdiction over cases where treaty rights of foreigners are affected The Democratic members of the House believe that the President preached some good Democratic doctrine in his message to Congress Justice Harlan says he positively will not enter the gubernatorial race in Kentucky This ought to settle the question and the old man should be given a rest C C McChord says ho has no idea of succeeding General Counsel Murch and of the Interstate Commerce Commission and further that he will be a candidate for Railroad Commissioner of KentuckyUp present Justice Harlan has showed remarkable selfrestraint if the charge be true that he is nourishing a desire to be tincanned in his old age with the Republican gubernatorial nomi nationLouisville Times Senatorelect Bob Taylor of Tennessee in an interview at Owensboro declared enthusiastically for Bryan for President in 1903 but said he did not believe in the Nebraskans attitude on ownership of tho railroads of the coun tryThe presidents message is a voluminous affair touching on all other subjects than the allimportant tariff Those who have carefully read the document say it is democratic in tone and altogether is creditable save a few omissions MATRIMONIAL A Nebraska woman who has married her husband three times and divorced him twice is now niter a third divorce Dr Thomas S Hubert president of the Barbourville Institute and pastor of the Baptist church has resigned and will leave soon for Georgia Henry C Gooch u widower of 01 and Mrs Lucy Holton a widow of 40 were made one fit Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman yesterday W C Bastin sob of A II Bastin Garrards telephone magnate and Miss Bessie May Loar the pretty daughter of Wm Lear word married nt LancasterOutwits thoSurgeon complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bow els had reduced MteTJios S Austin of Leiivenworth Intl to such a de plornblo 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 know her this medicine completely cured her Guar anteed cure lor torpid liver kidney disease biliousness jaundice chills and lover general debility nervousness and blood poisoning Best ton ic made Price OOc at Pennys Drug Store and Lyne Bros Try it IN order to reduce my stock of buggies to make room for others I will give some rare bargains in the buggy lino for the next 30 days If you need a vehicle of any kind now is the time to buy E T Pence Noel Gaines damage suit against W P Waltol1and the Kentucky State was in the Anderson circuit court and continued until the March term The Louisville postoffice has just received 9000OQO postage stamps Mrs W A Price is dead in Garrard vt j TURKEYS Mammoth llroniu Turkey for uilc From Mri T K llnlilwln tlirtoyenrbluu rllslion wnrori For jinrtlcuinn writ mo Mr J K Lynn lox Htmifcml KIStockholdersMeeting IA inwtlnij of till Ilockhold of till Nn tlonnl llnnkof llutonvllli will Im livid nt their Imnkliitt Inutile In lliiitoiivtl the and Tucucliiy In Jammry luff totwveu J and IS AM for the purpose of fleeting direc tors to torvo the entitling your J W HOCKKK Cnihler StockholdersMeetingA Nntlonnl Hnnh of Htnnfonl will Iw hold nt their hnnkll1lt ben e the tocuud Tuoiliiy In IhllInK1IlrlclorllJotix J MclloiiHKTMCnuhlcr Stockholders Meeting A motMuff of thn ktockholilori of tho Lin willJoeTnnulny In January for the purpose lit oloctlng directors for the ensuing your W MltuU ITnhler r PUBLIC SALE I will olTr nl citofto place ono ndle South of Turnersvllloon the out Mar tin platy on HATlTllDAY 1KO II IWrt Begin ing nt la o lock t the follnwln- gdecrlhvlpropertyt Jour youo hurMllInllI out brood more to jack llIIlIk crows yoiirllUK heifer ihoop household nfm KIllIIUIl lUlllltMIV u lstrrois ot corn 75 shack of fur surrey and a lot of farming Implements Term iniulo known day of Mile It O MAUTItt- U K n SoJ Htnnfonl Ky PUBLIC SALE I for milit the Murphy thuIUutonvIlkTIIUjmiMY DUO 13IUXJ tutu following iHTMinaltyt Ono maro mule family homo marts 1 vow holler twoluirno wiiiin buggy mowor hay rnko corn plnnler wheat l Mh ndlet cultivator plows dotililu shoe- elsYhay fnuiifK hay lurks t MU uiigon Imriio plowicoar lourlmliu vinh kvt Ilelhcntlugu1r t cook ntovt hop lad etpvat KIIUURN Riilo ImiilT to mako n Rut I cvtllts 1Wl Uilo of hat lot of l hoiiMliolii anil kitchen furllltllrtl and nu blfllftllllllIlynlllloI A QUAKTKR OF TIn TUn usually spent In the selection of jew Irycan be saved if the selection is made hero And a quarter of the price too The assortment of WATCHKSDIA MOXDS AND FANCY STONK RINGS CHAINS JKWELUYGOLD AND SILVER NOVELTIES is re markable in many ways but the most interesting feature is the very modest prices at which these really beautiful and excellent goods arc sold WI If MUELLERJcweler Pioneer Wire Fence Square mesh and tho Best Wire Fence Yodel For sale by 12 T Pence Jr Stanford Ky Denier in yarning Implements Buggies Surreys Etc First National BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 This Institution La original eitabllihed n the Deposit Rank of Stanford in 1691 then reornnlied as the National Rank of Stanford In 1865 sad again reorjtanlaed as the Pint National Utiik of Stanford IB 1885 hayIng had practically an uninterrupted existence for 41 years It Is better inpnllod now with facilities for traniaet In bmlnews promptly and well than ever before In IU long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers J I nOOKKU Pret T HARRIS V Pre J J UcROIIEUTa Obr W n WEAKEN A t Cbn Directors f Uelfl Danwllltl- T UarrU Stanford J Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnn y n Klioof+ Stanford S II IIavgb flan HUnforO T P ainoford Jai Robinson UuQhle J II UauEbman 8iAnfo J M IeWu Stanford 0 B Tate Stanford tbe CiucohiZounw national Bank Of Stanford dentnchy CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 = OFFICERS 00 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIERJ W ROCHESTER CLERK DIREOTORSIJ B OWSLKT Stanford II BIUNKS Stanford O W OAKTER Tarnorivllte W II CUMMINS lreache vlllo L a Ooocn Waynesburg W II THAYLOH Otlberti Greek U L HDOBLE Lancaster W O WALK 1m Stanford J B KOSTKII Stanford W n HIIANKS Stanford J n PAXTOK Stanford We respoctfully solicit the accounts of Individuals Firms sad Corporations hank und Iliiiikorn und nre prepared to furnUh nil ilopoaltors such nccommodntlons as are consistent with into tanking Modern Safety Deposit lloxvs In our vault for uio of our Customers YOUR WANTSN Drugs Paints and Oils Window StationeryWall a Will be supplied for low cash prices by F W B McRoberts DRUG GISI IPERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compoundedj i e t o I1ITTltE T11IGI- ts the LITTLE THINGS we sometimes forget and we want to remind you that in ad dition to Clothing Shoes lcwo carry always the little things necessary to a firstclass Mens Furnishing Establish ment Trunks from 26 to 38 inches Suit Cases in Rubber JapaneseStraw and Leath er Telescopes from 14 to 26 inches Hand Bags in Rubber Sheepskin and Cowhide from 12 to 20 inches Cuff Buttons guaran teed for Three Years if broken in that time we will replace free of charge Collar But tons 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 I Dress Gloves Work GlovesEar Muffs Suspenders from lOc to a pair Fancy Vests I c These we can show you any time tiltIltlllt PI J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY HAIR BRUSHES 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 COALern If von took one tdrlra lull HUIIIIIK r iiiHl liltl In yourluuuatlads furtu I ante If you lid nut tut It In now avoid i aytll tho blirh i prlcet Cal you- have stir pbL whnreeaaolvnrlI ttII laM fIX VII tJASNEI J JlltlI atutaearuflAfi tSKI Try dna land of tun It wpt tel- Yytl nioiwy end flw you M SNI Of that yon tutvv lrhad ts t WBEBDENHAM r RUMPS 1IAll- Kinds all prices any depth F ROOFING 1 f All kinds all prices i t a tltl etar j S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber y f Skirts There is no skirt like tho city tniWnwtle skirt lu iliU wilo you can i buy them rcatlymndt tor the coat of material Our LOft ofler in this snlo is tiny 8050 skirt for 8176 mack 1iiiwmas ami Invisible Plaids 25OO Yards dark outing 10 to 15 ynnl lengths nt 3e per yard until nil Hold Thejc goods nrc worth lie nncl arc much hotter than Calico for dresses 1500 Yards Good Brown Cotton nt fie per yard worth today OJej 10 yards to n custom erISEVERANCE cr SON STANFORD KENTUCKY IISrANFOKO KY Due 7 1000 i IUIJplyotnys Drug StorePERSONALS Mu F G BBAOYllivery sick MRS W S Joins has been very sickGUY BRADY is clerking for T D Newland MR J H Biniii of Lexington was hero Tuesday Mns W G McBBB Is visiting her eistcra at Richmond LITTLE Miss MAHOIK LYNN Is visit ing Danville friends MRS O P NEWLAND of tho EDIt End continues very 111 KEV K II MAIIONY was In Casey on t Insurance business this week MIls Sw MANTIS of Indianapolis Is with her sister Miss Bcsslo Ynntls- MB W D SNOW of tho West End is visiting his children at Parnell Ill MISS NOLA KEI8UNO of Brodhcad is with Mrs Hayden Shanks at now landMRS L M GOODKNIGHT and Davy i Goodnight spent several days In Danville bits J CABUOIL BAJLKY has been confined to her bed by Mines for several days MRS II D CAMPIIKLL nnd children of Wilmore are with relatives In this county MKSSRH A C DUNN and J R Beazley attended court at Richmond Monday MR MAUY BnoNAimii of Crab Orchard has been with Mrs J N Mcnefcc J Fox DUDDEBAB of Louisville spent several days with his parents at Rowland MR S P STAGe of Fayctte county was here this week shaking panda with his many friends DR W N Ciuiowlfo and two child ren went to Middlosboro Wednesday to spend tho winter Mns En L DunnuiiAB and son of Birmingham are with the family of Col W H Duddcrar ELMER G GILULANU writes from Wnynesburg that a fine democrat has just arrived at his home MESSRS CLAY RUPLEY and Earl Coleman spent several days hunting with Dr Hourigan In Mercer i JAMKS MrBci and James Hubbnrd have returned from Richmond where they have been visiting relatives MB F K TRUIHLU formerly of this county has bought of T II Coleman Ins residence in Danville for 3700 f MB FRBO GAKNBTT is with his moth or at Cave City Mr Warren Hughes is working nights during his absence MB JOHN BUCHANAN has returned home after an extended stay in Atlantic pity greatly Improvod In health OurirrJournal lassos It C BNOLHMAN L Davison und John SWdrooro arc back om London where Uwy have be- enrae f Fwlersil Jurors ViiliK AsitUKW who had one of hliof his leg broken by being m over by K wllOl1 It doing as well cmUl be expected MR SUB HOLMES will move to Mar e Ala in n few day much to thevn friends hire liar Ire if hr many WKhtor Mrs James Miller lives nt I Marion fut INTKRIOK JOURNAL twice a ark is like a visit to my old Kentucky ante writes Mr H G Bndgawatore- omLongview Aln as he onelosus oncy to pay for his paper to August Ouiix Mr II is a former West End ty SENATOR U L HUBBLE J T Em- bay and W L McCarty of Lincoln were in the city yesterday on business Senator Hubble Is one of the holdover Senators Ho says that ho hopes ho wont havo to como back hero In session until 1903 Frankfort IIC FARRIS who has been visiting her sister Mrs John Woods returned to her homo at Stanford A box party In honor of Miss Sarah Baughman of Stanford was given Friday night Those in tho party worn Miss Sarah Baughman nnd Phil Taylor Miss Lina Kennedy and Fred Clothier nod Mr and Mrs Woodson May Miss Baughman has been tho guest of Miss Kennedy Somerset Journal Tho paper also says that Miss Llna Kennedy gave a delightful 6 oclock dinner in honor of Miss Baugh man Mn ZAN DUDUERAB of Louisville is with his parents nt Rowland MRS SALLIE GASTINKAU of Lexing ton is with Miss Salllo Duddcrar- MR D R CARPENTER of Nashville passed through to Jellico yesterday JUDGE W M MYERS of Huston ville took yesterdays train for East Bern WILL SEVERANCE went to Cor bin yesterday to look after his Interests there MBS JB PAXTON and son James have returned from a visit to her par ents In Lancaster MB GHORGB ZIMMERMAN and wife of Cannellton Ind are with Mr and Mrs Charles E Cox MRS W S JONES proprietress of h01l1ourSpring Ga to take the oral training instead of to visit her slater as stat ed last issue Mit GEO T Woon and family will movo to Oklahoma or Indian Territory in a few weeks Mrs Woods health necessitates n change of climate wo are sorry to say LOCALS THY Everybodys colTco at Singletons store BUY a dinner set of 100 pieces at Singletons store LOCUST poets for sale D C Slpplc McKinney Ky GOOCH BECK are paying the high est market price for turkeys DIAMONDS in rings in brooches in studs In cuff buttons etc at Mu- 1IONFYEd ellers has pounds of honey for sale He will sell in nny quantity AM absent from my office now but will bo in Stanford Dec 31 for sometime W N Craig FOR SALE 5000 ginseng seed at 5per 1000 Also 400 ginseng plants A P Brackctt Stanford Tim Stanford lodge of Odd Fellows will give an entertainment at Waltons Opera House on Jan 24 LOST at tho stock yards court day a roan heifer 750 to 800pounds Re Ward E T Pence Sr STANFORD souvernir spoons with pic tures of Courthouse Graded School and Male Female Seminary at Muel lers EXAMINATIONS for appointment to State College will bo held In my office Dec 14 and 15 G Singleton superintendent i I WILL soil privately at my residence all my household and kitchen furniture aUo ono upright Harvard piano nearly new Mrs Sue Holma HAYDBK SHANKS has opwunl a butch er shop at Rowland and is selling the tendweat beet beef you ever tasted We know whereof we speak FOR RIINT The Harrtr home of eight rooms on Logan avenue All modern convenience House is in splendid repair P P Nannolley K O T MA full attendance of tiw members of Stanford Tent No 7 ia duired at regular review Monday waning Dec 20 A It Wallace Com- A C Sino It K DONT forget the good dinner tho Indies of the Christian church of Crab rchard will sot in the Ed Peyton store room hero Monday next court day Oysters coffee etc Patronize them and help n good cause COOK GoldGoldsmithCook died nt her homo In Knoxville of consumption Wednesday Sho Is survived by her husband and several children De eased was a daughter of Mr A B McKinney and was born and reared at lustonvllle Sho was a most excellent roman a devout member of tho Presbyterian church and a loving wife and kind Indulgent mother Sad indeed is it that tho husband children and mother ore made to mourn tho loss of ono so iseful and who was so near and dear to them Tho remains were brought to lio old home and this morning will bo ltd to rest in Buffalo cemetery May no Who tempers tho wind to the shorn amb comfort and sustain the sorrow ng ones In their dark hour of trouble P W THE POINT IS THIS nna We are always needing room unit money and the close of each season finds us with many broken lines that wo like Half Their Price and the i rmco they occupy better thnn wo do the goods eo they have to get out That nccounts for the special offerings at special prices on this page TAKE a look at W II Higgins Roch1 ester ware window It is a beauty FOR SALETwo dozen young Brow Leghorn hens someof them laying A P Brackett Stanford HAVING sold my stock of general merchandise I desire all those owing mo to please cull and Bottle W M Wheat Mt Salem 3t OUR papers of Tuesday had not reached Ottcnhcim up to yesterday It looH e lr ivy will hn forcod to kill nn other postal clerk or two LOST between my home and the Christian church a black cnamcllc culT pin with gold back Return t A1rra W P Tnto and rerplvn rownrd COME to see us for substantial pros ants furniture of nil kinds carpets rugs wagons carts sleds bicycles velocipedes Irish mails pictures and statuary Tribblo Pence MARK HARmS is converting the office portion of tho Myers House Into nn uptodate storeroom It will bo fully 100 feet deep and the front wil be the newest and prettiest in this sue tion TilE cut sale H T Logan the Lancaster merchant is attractini Immense crowds to his store The unprecedented bargains are going rapidly and if you want some of the good things that are offered you had better go at once CASEY county has bought the Brad fordsvillo turnpike 12 miles in length at 3 per W share which is considered a bargain Tho county has also bar gained for a number of hares in the Carpenters Creek pike at 10 per 50 share Tim local optlonista scored another big victory yesterday when Somerset went dry by a majority of 131 Doth sides made a strong fight tho wets it is said having spent an Immense hmount of money Eld Jos Severance formerly of this place made a number of speeches for the temperance people NOTICEThe court of LIncoln county will convene in special oessio on Thursday Dec 20th 1906 and aU turnpike contractors who have com pleted their contracts and want any Christmas money will file their claims with the clerk on or before that day n C Warren judge Lincoln county court Nov 19 1906 SIIOT RUT NOT IUDRTAs Judge W L Dawson was making his round on Rural Route No 2 yesterday some thing struck him on tho knee Invest gation showed that a bullet from n 22 caliber weapon had about spent its force and after striking his leg foil to tho bottom of his wagon Save a slight bruise Judge Dnwson no inconvenience Ho thinks bullet came from a hunter and asps not an effort to hurt him ELEGANT DISPIWVY Tho annual dis play of Christmas goods brought large crowds tb George 11 Parrls store yesterday afternoon and evening The dig play was one of the best ever seen in Stanford and Mr Fanis Mrs Mark Htifdln Miss Mary Moberly and Mr R D Keanedy aro deserving of much for their artistic arrangemont of tho pretty China ware and other things peculiarly suitable for Christmas tires onte The store was beautifully doe orated and was made almost as light as lay with The Stanford Colored Orchestra discoursed the sweetest of music Mr Farris knows how to make the ladies fee abhomo in his store as well as ho does how to buy and display appropriate presents for old and young THE SILENT WITNESS Mrs James I McKinney of Montgomery Ala who is well known here has written a novel The Silent Witness by name which has been accepted by the Neal Publishing Co of New York und is now about ready for delivery Under tho penname of Katydid Mrs McKinney has already achieved an enviable reputation as a writer of poetry and song and the acceptance of her work by a leading New York publisher proves that she is also an adept in fiction Its a Kentucky story we understand and this and the further fact that the authoress and her excellent husband are native Kentuckians as well as the aresurosection t Isom 25 or 30 good meat hogs ror sale B D Holtzcluw phone l341 Stanford REV L KELLEY of Loulsvlll will preach at tho Baptist church Sunday morning MONDAY is county court day Drop in and give us some news or some money or any old thing you may have a su pcrabundance of FOB RENT The office in the INTER inn JOURNAL building now occupied by J S Owsley Jr is for rent for the year 1007 Call at this office FOR SALE on RE 7heJ W Per- air cottage on Lancaster street This place can HP bought at n bargain For particulars apply to L R Hughes Stanford Ky IT pays to advertise Mrs John Tray lor advertised for a package containing a hat and two veils which dropped out of her buggy as she was returning home Mr Josiah Datson found the articles and left them at this office yes terday HOUSES FOR RENT desire to rent for the year 1007 the Helm residence on Danville Avenue There are five acres of land in the lot and the homo Is a very desirable one Also the brick cottage on Somerset pike now occupies by George T Wood H Helm Stan sort Ky IN Judge Warrens court Tuesday William Burke of the Shelby City sec tion was acquitted of the grave charg of killing a dog belonging to William Farmer Farmer sued for 75 damage but tho jury found for the defendant This was the third trial of the case there being two hung juries before HONOR ROLL of Stanford Graded and High School for the month ending No vember 28 Grade 1 Tildcn Cooper Barker Foley Hugh Reid Foster Homer Kidd Lee Mershon John R Mc Kinney Logan Raney Rachel Hill Minnie Hardin Bessie Miller Nancy K McKinney Anna R Powell Grade 2Morris Bruce Hartwell Shanks El la RIgney Roy Goodrich Ada Mobley Martha Raney Clarence Cooper Char lie Pendleton Huston Gentry Lottie W McKinney Nellie Wilson Mat sy Grimes Sarah Wood Clinton Coleman Aleno Boone Katie Land Ethel Powell Mary li Johnson Lewis Omer Grade 3Linnie Kidd Walter Kidd Simmie Davis Herbert Davis Irvin Brock Everitt Brock Frances Brack ctt Elizabeth Stagg Bessie Pcndleton Tlllio Goldstein Bessie Brackett Pollj Lund Bessie Moore Grade 4Ethel Brackctt Mary Cook Anne Gray Docia Hardin Anna McRoberts Mary Raney Vcrnu Rout Mamie Singleton Willie Wilkinson Bessie Wilkinson Gertrude Wilkinson Kate L Wood Fred Brack ett Ewalt Givens Jamie Owsley Hobart White Grade 5 Catherine Gen try Mary Gray Marion Grimes Wil liam Grimes Lena Traylor Matthew Fenzel Georgia Cabell Carrio Brock Walter Carter Howard Newland Ruby Jones Minnie Mobley Grade GJas Cooper Annie L Gentry Harris Har din Arnold Foreman Joseph Hill Katherine Kennedy Virginia Mnhony Elizabeth MeKinney Lucy Lee Walton Marietta Wallace Oakley Holtzclnw Grade 7 Morrison Bright Harris Cole man George Downer Joseph Hopper Will McCarty John Waters Lorraln Campbell Elwaboth Betas Willie Moore Maud Stone Maggie Stagg Anna Warron Maranda White Grade 8Lilllo Euds Sallic Burdette Waltor Milburn Ellen Mooro Teddy Braokott Sadie Eads HIGH SCHOOL FreshmanGradyTuckerThos Bright Sjphomore Berta Jean Penny Marga ret Warren Junior John Downer Bessie Yantis SeniorGeorge Hop ptr Nays Foster Robprt Waters- J W I8 LAND M A Supt HOGS KILLED I p I mil prepared to kill hours anti Will dent er to nny ono within 0110 hilts of my place nlGOccnchHAYDKN HHANKH Howlnml Ky Jesse W Sweeney raOFBIXTOR Livery Feed and Solo Stable Lanoaster Ky FursNow is the time for furs and now is the time to buy We have n largo variety of furs and wide range of prices The prices arc cut deep on these nnd range from GOc to 81275 Suits Take your choice of 20 Ladies Suits that soldat 81150 to 815 for only S97G These are nil this seasons goods and correct styles not last seasons long coats but new hip length jackets 1275 for nay ladies suit tliat sold nt 81650 to 820 Some swell suits in these CLOAKS are in great demand nnd we have had a large stock but we cant carry n single ono over 8550 coats cut to 8215 650coats cnt to 8475 810 coats cut to 88 1250 coats cut to 975 Finer goods cut in proportion and among these are some of this seasons swelleat goods I sulTeredI r 1 Fancy Vests i Are Fashionably far Fall and Winter WearL i We have just received manyi new patterns in Fancies t and Whites Pricesi1 toe f CUMMINSMCLARY i STANFORD KY tNtiN 110 ti1111ti11 a M1 r + 4 + + f + +thH + FFii + ++ 1 Belts Bags Collars Uj Conbs a Buckles I EWe have just placed on sale a line of the above cQmI new lot of belts including a IA of all the newest patterns at i r 50c to 200 each lBags in Black and Colors in the latest styles at 25cfto 500 each i t new Alligator Bag = tThe largest and best selection of wini jt Also see our window for the new line of Combs at 25c to 225 each Pearl and metal Belt Buckles at 25 and 5Qc 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 LMHUJ3YCODry Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY ttttttt4 tlttlItt 1 i The Interior Journal Xfiteredinlhe Po t0jjlceat Stanford a- ieiddais maU DBLIBIIU TOESUAYH AND JllUDt111 f- tSl00 PER YEAR CASH pWhen not 10 paid 1JOO will be charged PARKERS HAIR BALSAM CleiiKt and boutf1cf tin bar IronKjttt a lot url nt I Never cans to Restore Oniyl uiiriipre bite Color lining I tne Dni d I VIEW LIVERY STABLE JTOKfflACLABKSONrrtri JUNCTION CITY KY- kitOUurI Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and tiny For Sale For Sale Privately I fcduso and 10 acres of land situated Wl outside of town limits on the Somerset like House has 7 rooms kitchen and ler stable and all Taat room good cellar joeceasarr outbuildings Water hydrant I- na1atd and one for stock J p BAILEY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale PrivatelyI Having determined to quit farming I will- sell lilY front of It ncrr mar Fonvtl244luthe aH frolll IIuatonr well d on Cropconslsts of corn boy nlld ennetsbrood ntbnrgntn K I find sbuyer In the n or days U B KING Morolnnd Ky INSURANCETire None 3MWT Companies Ilepresented Lowest POII tale natel d se Paying WCnequalled Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce h Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOUD KY liteeial attention to Commercial MH- rour patronage U solicited Horeea on commission teck Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale 3 wish to sell privately my lure of 170 wIrNCo miles West of on the Lexs Surton pike It Is well Unproved nnd ha Venty of water and timber luncld- aa4 Also nn unimprovedfarm of luo acres Jfing midway between and Lax irtjton pikes Good outlet each Va Well fm red Turms reasonable TlIIEURINO arkaburyKyIVE ORDER I CAN PLEASEYOU 1i by buy readymade clothing when there Jta so little difference In tho price of ready rondo suits and n suit made to your meusure takun by an iXHrlenveil tailor I have n Aindsome line of Winter goods nn make front Blow prlco buslnese suit to 0 OoeAhlrl lult Also OvercoatsTrUna orsnnd Fancy Vests The company I rep nratnt Is second to none IU C UUPLKYTheTilllor manfnrd e e1cAaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneasSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY iOztce Phone 167 Home Phono 35 Jl Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm are Also Dealers in Fur ahure MattiugsRugs The Trill exchange Furniture for dl Kinds of Stock Give ahem a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 f In Loving Memory of Little Myrtle I Lynn Gooch Ion the night of Sept 16 the angel of death entered the home of Mrs Ella M Gooch and took away her eldest child her darling daughter Myrtle Lynn aged six a bright and beautiful little girl and the idol not only of her mother but of her grandparents nnd annts and uncles as well Happy dutiful and affectionate in health and patient and thoughtful In illness she was her mothers grcatc comfort in the dark trials thro which she had passed when tho husband nnd father C L Gcoch was taken from his loved ones and now ere they have had time to fully realize what that blow means to them a shadow falls over the home again and the next best beloved spirit takes its flight into the great be yond the land of sunshine and flowers It seems sad to think we can see her bright face no more on earth but In Gods beautiful and boundless garde there is no fairer bud than the soul o our little Myrtle We shall hear her sweet voice as when she was with us no more but we know that at the feet of the blesse Jesus she is singing songs of praise and joy making sweet music forever and aye We miss the patter of her little feet for they have ceased to tread the stormy path of life and are pressing the sands of gold The little arms that clasped mother the last thing while or earth are robed in shining white am raised in joy as she beholds the face of her Savior bent In tender loving kindness toward her and basks in the sunlight of His smiles for lIe has said Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven So though we miss her and tears of loneliness will come we will not weer- and mourn as those who have no hope for Myrtle is at rest and we will gath er up her playthings precious treasures Oh so dear I And well put away her little dresses in each fold a moth ers tear and we will wait praying God to help us live so we may spend eternity with her Murmur not moth er nor repine but put your trust ini Jesus and comfort yourself with the thoughts of that day when you too will cross the dark river and shall beI hold your darling waiting to be the first to welcome you in through the pearly gates for Myrtle is Safe in the arms of Jesus Safe on His gentle breast There by His love overshadowed Sweetly her soul is at rest Safe in the arms of Jesus Safe from corroding care Safe from the worlds temptations Nothing can harm her there Free from the blight of sorrow Free from our doubts and fears Myrtle knows never a trial Will never shed any more tears Mother just wait and be patient Wait till the night is oer There you will find your darling Safe on the Golden shore For there Jesus the sad hearts refuge Jesus WhQ died for thee Jesus the Rock of Ages Will give Myrtle back to thee AUNT NANNIE Given Up To Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Kvansvile Ind writes For over five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused mo ouch pain and worry I lost flesh md was all run down and a year ago md to abqndon work entirely I had hreo of the best physicians who did no no good and I was practically glt en up to die Foleys Kidney Curt was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and after taking the second bottle I was entlrelycuredI ennys Drug Store- CHURCH MATTERS Rev J S Yandle will preach nt the Presbyterian church next Sunday naming and evening Historic old Falls church in Virginia from which the village of Falls church derived its name and at which President Washington whorshiped for years is to be restored This work is to be undertaken by the American Scenic nnd Historical Preservation Society Evangelist Billy Sunday has closed a recordbreaking revival at Kewanee III For two weeks he exhorted sinners to enter the fold and at the close there were 2762 additions to the church Billy Sunday now an evangelist was formerly a National League baseball player Dealers say that those1 who have lsed Chamberlains Stomach and Llv or Tablets are quite loyal to them and can not be persuaded to take any ubstltute Get free sample at Stanford Drug Co give them a trial and rou too will want them in preference to any other They cure stomach oubles biliousness ant constipation The Christian County Committee of the Dark Tobacco Growers Associa tlon at a meeting in Hopkinsville denounced the burning of the Princeton temmeries and offered a reward of 200 for tho apprehension of the guilty persons Luther Ware and Miss Lottie Scott popular young people were married onday FARMERS DEPARTMENT M J Farris sold to 1 C Brown SO 940pound cattle at 3Jc Herald Carroll Dudderar sold to J L Deaz ley a six year old harness mare tor A Swinebroad sold to Robert Shearer 156 acres three miles from Lancaster at 550 June Gayle of Owen county sold a pair of twoyearold mules for 500 and refused that price for a pair of yenr lingsESTRAYA white sow weighing 150 to 175 pounds loft my place about a week ago Reward for her return J L Bcazley Stanford There were 2000 cattle on the Richmond market Monday The Regist says they sold from lie to 410 Mul sold for 250 to 350 per pair LOST red steer sWwing a litf brindlo and streak of Aldcrnystoc weigh about Reward for recovery J II Swope Stanford LOST county court day one earling steer weigh 450 to 500 pounds some white on hams and horns 2 to 4 inches long Also a red stag weighing nbout 825 pounds Reward for recovery T B Hammonds Robert and Morris Farris sons of Joseph E Farris have gathered together a choice lot of race horses in eluding troters pacers and runner and will spend the winter in the Soutl taking in all the principal meetings held In the Southern StatesAdv1 vocato Earl Furguson a Bourbon county farmer bought 71 feeding cattle last January which weighed 930 pounds and cost 3Jc They were fed corn till time to turn them on grass and September 1st the feeding of corn began agair November 20th they were weighed up and weighed 1443 pounds and brough live cents Public Speaker Interrupted Public sperkers arc frequently Interrupted by people coughing Thi would not happen If Foloys Hone and Tar were taken as It cures coilgh and colds and prevents pneumonl and consumption The genuine con tains no opiates and Is In a yello package Pennys Drug Store The Secretary of Agriculture places the value of this years farm product at 67SH000000 an increase of 485 00000 over last year and an averag of 85 for every man woman and chin In the country Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings NewLife Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle the trouble am the purifying work goes right on Bust euro for constipation headache and dizziness 25o at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyne Bros Cral Orchard CORNS CURED Corn Exit will peel ively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every custome whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle o his great preparation only costs cents and nothing if a perfect cure Is tot speedily effected G L Penny IniRgist Stanford Ky JflMES MI PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DtAUB Ut folding Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nulls Build ders Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build- Ing purposes and do all kinds of concrete work Prices on application VJTAE ORE r Mothers Natures forthe Ills of Mankind Ialll Killer Destroyer DUcam Han Inlier illood VltalUtr Health and Htrungth Restorer N II Bogie Mnrksbury Kentucky Oenernl Age- ntPUBLIC SALE cO- K2OOOOO STOCK o eneral Merchandise I will on ru1s1Av DKU H sell my dock of goods nnd store llxtures iit n whole to Ibo hlghett bidder This stock of goo 1IIIlW nnd clean none of It having been In lilY liouu over months This stock eon alMta of Pry hoods Notions Hhoes hard Wllrl Tlnwnn Uroeurlos One huhfof stuck II groceries This stock of goods H hi- tryantsvlhloOnrrnrdCount Ky and this nice has tho best point In the county to sell goods did n usIiuiHsof tJIIOI past year and I will lilT there ls no better stand any where My Mock of gOt U In the large storu house owned bv Ictttis llros of Momereot IImt this houu con ire tanglit or leatxl rol J will say that there Is not n letter business IHllue In Kentucky llememlier this Is u goldclIlIlIJOrtuIIII for sonic one to gut n big irnnln this will bu it tosltlve the above nil date Halo will take lacu promptly nt oclock PM Dee farm v none tulle from any town anll Is surrounded by tho test agricultural hind In the Htate making It splendid point business For furl lierpurlieulnrs cull on address ATBOOTT- llrynntsvllle Ky FOR SALE little home tlO JlIlIuttrulltotlate lath lights woturlnewly layered suet lutlultrl oulllllio outhouses In ool condition Large tlble with aster In town oml coiivonltiit to churches 1P11MclloxarnHhin- hrdPoultry And Eggs Wanted 4 will pay lilRhoit innrket price for Tur iuiiniu niui nil niliur pouitr Alkorafililtfi Will ho fnuml ounttnntlr my olllco on IiitncuiterHt J K lIucklocal unuuagcr HII Nortluott Look Out for Bargain 11111111SD J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to still fnrni SW miles West of lluiUinvllli fife trolll tElko and Ullrptjll tvrs Htntlon rousUtliiii of 1S acres of rtcl blue grits or tobacco III grass This farm nut bu equally divided to iiilntiitntfu 10 as to 1m veil iiooil welling on each plea also iuct wnry outlmllilliiKi The farm lays almost In a square only tingle In linen There are thtvv itotk INIlII good tolwcro Imrn stables I tulinn liouu1 god wilier III every Holds six Instln Hprlngs with 8 streams running through Whole track J HTKKlU OAIUKNTKH Iliutonvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE I will offer for ante live miles from Htnn ford on hanging Fork on WKDXKtWAY IIKP 15 lfc i tin following iMrionattyt 6 utnresS barand safe In foul pair of work niultnl cow CUt1thoroulllthnllIurOta liotrs 73 nice tms I twohorsc wntfon and hnrnesY bug Kin and harness hinder mower hll1 niko corn plnnter wheat drill disc linrniw Cultivators s turning plows t doubt hovels lion lax ford cutter I digger scniH r hemp rrnprr anvil n ml vl v grind utonc hoc lacy fork shovels nor Ugh Moro healer with heatplpefor neat alxivc new mxchlne stn I ocks of fodder lahouseholdnumerous other things Halo to begli promptly nt oclock TKUWH fai nml under ciuh over the nmount good note at her vent Itt riiCAHAxT J I Chandler lIetfPOSTED Wo whose tome appenr below strict forbid bunting tuning or iinr kind of trvs pasting on our pines mid will prosecute vl ulntors to the full extent of the law Hml VonClrnenlgan Itelchenlmcb Ilro- Km VonAllman A VonOruenlgan- Kntl Itatimann Ororuo Holmes Helchenbnch Itallou- AO Dunn MJ Ilolmann Mr MlInyl nVlchM U Klniorc llnvld mephen Marrllorfmann- It Ntinnellry J v llatighman- Chrlitlnn Umynon JOOariHinter Jacob Jossweln Mam Danieron Mrs IJA block UVldover Kml Ilandorf ItrsMtVndleton vICondler J Kevin Carter IVUr llalmer JIt Uatnenlscli- CJr n Kerrlll W It Dauahrrty J K Bruce rook Farmer Anderxon Curr JU Hpratt J K lovif W K AIIKIII JW IVuk It KMartin- M M r Paxton 11lItouttW P Martin Huniuel Mnduiy HerryAlex Iles Mm Walter Wnrrvn Mr llItllll White Hlmpson tiro- sawtaw llattt11 5Try Our Diamond Brand Cough qtlP1 I syrUPWhnecom1 I 1- I For Men and Woiuon nnd ea Childrelllof I Sanford Diug LSntt Co I I C 6mmissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court 1001 A Koleyn helm rinlntllTs lev heir etc Ikhaulnnt Inllce of Halt rurxuant to n Judgment the Lincoln Ircult court n ndt ml In the nl ove styled utlun nt lie Novemlier term tin un unlgncd Mn tcroiniiiU liiiT willow NONIAt1E071ti IVn rtwaminndl31bt front of the court IlIIu lollr In Htanford Ky well at public utcry to thn highest and Ixst bidder the iiltitnte which Is Imriliuiftir diicrllMHl hltsiile ud t reed for list piirHMii ofdl Ulou Tin said recd vstittu consists of two trllctl of loud situate In iilncoln county Kv nesr till town of IrnbOruliunl Tin tlrst trnciU bounded on the West and IIUChlllllnIhllrltol1 road known the Harris roud containing four IIcn snore nr less It Iwlng llio land un to thin decixlent A II 1rnlg and ndjolns tin tmct next dcserlltl- The second tract U bounded on the North Ilul Knit by the llarrlt proixrty on tilt Houth by the lands of It end II Fonts cud on the Went by tint heirs of John lluclianim containing 6Sj hero lIIoru or less It iKIng the laud conveyed to lenfonsnlddecwlent by his hither oley This property hors not embrace the- dx acres morn or on which thu Uc fond lint llnrvo Foley now resides Thu sule will bo made on n credit of six lIIollths and the purelnmer will be required iglvn Ixind for the price with iprovod security payable to Coinmls oner hearing Interest nt the rate of 6 tier mtpcrniinum from duteuf Rnle until paid id tilt forco nnd effect of it Judg 1IIlIt ulanwhieh execution limy Issue nt uturltyif not GEO B SAUFLKY W C L C C d si Grifon Brand Overcoats and Cravenette Rain Coats Best Try one SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY A Suggesilope t Give Him an Overcoat and as he wears it in the warmth of his wear ing he will feel the good sense of the giyerI We will assist you in choosing oneaetloltttts W s Jerkins Crab OrchardI M Kinds of Hatchets and Axes J GEORGE H FARRIS Q J Something new in our show window Stop and see the Rochester Table Ware Chafing Dishes Serving Dish es Serving Trays Crum and Tray Brushes Sugar Bowls Butter Bowls Cake Baskets Coffee Pots Tea Pots c De signed for Christmas pres entswe H HICG INS Stanford Kentucky CHICKENS IS A few single coiiib Inhale Inland Itch CockruU rom n Ioct penorsniu illta IlCOOICHtnuforaKy n TURKEYSa Mammoth Ilroiie Turkeys punt lirtxl 1hbensWhite Fair View Poultry Farm Trenchers vlllo Ky I a