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O Tff I i rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 11 1906 NO 77 nn II Best People on Earth The responso of the citizens of Frankfort and of the State officials to tho call for them to go over to Law rcnceburg to prove the character of the creature who is attempting to annoy General Italy and us with libel suit makes our heart glad and fills us with gratitude to them for leaving their bust ness and taking so disagreeable a ride at so great a discomfort It shows the t value of friends and proves that our good opinion of tho people of this good town has not been misplaced Over 30 of the best people In the city including the Governor Adjutant General bank presidents merchants water companys president and men of nearly every avocation and of tho highest standing went at great personal discomfort over 28 miles of very mean road to prove that no matter what the charge the plaintiff In this case could not be libell ed in any sense Jt was a demonstra tion that would make any man feel proud and repay him for any annoyance that such suits Involve We thank tho gentlemen and the lady stenographers who went to Lawrcnccburg Wednesday afternoon from tho bottom of a grateful heart qnd promise that come weal or woe wo will ever stand ready to serve them Frankfort Journal In Praise fChamberlains Cough Remedy There Is no otficr medicine manufac tured that has rccelovod so much prattle and so many expressions of gratitude as Chamberlains Cough Remedy It Is effective and prompt relief follows Its use Grateful parents everywhere do not hesitate to testify to lu merits for the benefit of others It Is a certain cure for croup anti will prevent tho attack If given at tho first appearance of tho disease It Is espwiallf adapted to children as it Is pleasant to take and contains nothing Injurious Mr K A Humphrey a well known resident and clerk In the tore of Mr K Lock of Alice Capo Colony South Africa says I hare used Chamberlain Cough Itcmedy to ward off croup andcolds in my family I found It to be very satisfactory and It gives me pleauuroto recommend For sale by Stanford Drug Co C A Davis New York millionaire and clalmcnt of 86000 acres of mineral and timber lands embracing onethird of tho total area of Hnrlan county has located offices and a clerical ford at tho town of Harlan to facilitate the settlement of the land claims Tho tracts in question are occupied by native claimants who have from time to time resisted efforts to have tho land surveyed Here and There Benjamin Smith a wealthy planter formerly of Philadelphia was assassi nated tn his room at Luna Ark Fire at Lynn Mass destroyed 14 buildings causing a loss of more than 500000 Eleven persons were Injured At Helena Ark a boy was bitten two years ago by a pet dog Friday ho was taken with rabies and died of hy drophobiaTwentyeight Chinese who it is al leged had been smuggled across the Mexican border were captured at LOll Criccs N M Eleven weeks time and 20000 in money have been expended in securing n jury in a labor case at Chicago and the end is not yet Tho yellow fever situation in Havana Is satisfactory There is only one case in tho city at present and two cases In the interior In an explosion of gas in tho Balti more mine of tho Parrish Coal Co near WllkesDarrc In two men were killed and five others injured Supposedly because he was short in his accounts us Town Treasurer of Port Fulton William J French 4C years of ate Oral a bullet into his brainA at Cornell is said to have laid 225 eggs In 10 months At that rate she is more valuable than tho fabled goose that laid the golden egg Nineteen dozen eggs at 35 cents beats ono golden one all hollow Logan Whitley and Bollard counties j and tho city of Vanccburg voted against saloons Saturday tho victories being comparatively easy In all four places Tho drys carried Ballard by over 3000 and logan by 2000 Former Senator Arthur Drown of ataIlY1woundedAnna M Bradley of Salt Lake City Brown and Mrs Bradley were Involved In a scandal In Salt Lake several years Tho aKoIIfence have been executed at Valdosta wllllrcI their father J G Hawlinn Negro Alf Moore were hanged for tho same crime last week No Opium in Chamberlains Remedy iTheresmall children as contains no opium or other harmful drug It has an es tnbllshed reputation of more than 30 years as the most successful medicine In use for colds croup and whooping cough It always cures and Is pleasant to take Children like It Sold by Stanford Drug Co Mens JOOO Suits and Overcoats goat NEWS NOTES Falmouth went dry 30 Todd county gavo n majority of C50 against saloons The postmaster at Hazclton Pa has just resigned after 38 years of con tinuous service The State Department has received advices to the effect that millions of people are starving In Central China Bids for the construction and operation of seven new subway routes In Greater New York will soon be adver Used Four students and three Fireman lost their lives in a fire which destroyed tho Chi Psi fraternity house at Cornell University N Y The pica of emotional insanity will bo made In defense of Mrs Angle Bird song now on trial at Hazlehurst Miss for killing Dr T II Butler The police of East Liverpool 0 are looking for a stranger who stole a street car ran it four miles collected fare from all passengers and then de campedCol II Crump selected a site for Jamestowned himself as highly pleased with the location secured James Vanderpool who from fear of being kicked by an ox had bought a pair guaranteed not to kick was kick ed in the stomach near Torrent and died while being taken to Lexington for treatment By the decision of Special Judge W 0 Harris in the disbarment proceed ings against Judge W M Beckner of Winchester ho Is suspended from the practice of law for twoyears An ape peal will be taken It L Mooro and A B Jarvis Independent tobacco handlers with plants at Marion have withdrawn from the market following tho receipt of anonymous letters warning them that their plants would be destroyed if they continued in business atIwine superintendent of tho Eastern Asylum charging that Kettercr was killed by attendants in the asylum MedlclnosIIn tho U S Service for about 1U mauyIand ono to bo rolled upon every time Wo also find It tho best remedy for coughs and colds giving certain re sults and leaving no bad after ef frets For sale by Stanford Drug Co IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES DronsItonF M Hunt aged 75 is dead in the Maretsburg section of Rockcastle Mrs Nancy Crane May is dead in tho Brumfield section of Boyle aged 75 Alex Sevier a popular young man of Batbourville Is dead of consumption- Mrs John Baughman until recently a resident of Lexington died at the homo of E W Morrow in Lancaster- In a fight on an L 8 N train near Parisian Laurel county M Hersch berger of Barbourvllle was danger ously stabbed- Mrs Sarah Anne Mullins aged 70 Is dead In Clay county She was a sis ter of M V Bates tho Kentucky giant who Is seven feet 11 inches tall John Ward a wellknown farmer was fatally injured by being struck over tho head with a billiard cue by Eldridge Kane a horse jockey at Rich mondCharles Fife a Richmond Negro Is is in jail charged with attempted assault on Miss Bettib fate daughter ofa prominent Madison county farmer But for the request made by tho father of Miss Tate to let tho law take its course Fife would have been lynched Judge Moss has handed down a de cision jn the Bell circuit court holding that tho act cf the recent legislature in providing where circuit courts may be held in cities other than the county scat of a county Is unconstitutional This is a blow to MIddlesboro where under the law half the courts were to have been held Final bettlement has been made of the estate of the late Col D G Colson at Middlcsboro V G Colson a broth er sued his estate for 65000 alleging indebtedness to that amount By tho compromise Mrs Ethel Colson widow of Col Colson receives 11000 The remainder of the estate about 65000 goes to tho brother Gov Luke P Blackburn whose rep utation as a physician and philanthro pint is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water Is the best aper ient known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than any ono remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites DiamondlBrand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil drug gists ana country stores The Krupp Company has decided to increase its capital stock by 5000000 and to erect new buildings to cost about 15000000 at Essen Prussia Jack Adamson fell from a barn loft in Lexington and broke his neck n Christmas Greeting I s si Are You Ready or Have You Thought of Xmas Wa send this to sound the alarm That another year is closing and to make others happy you want to put on your studying cap to know what to buy and where to find it We ARISE TO A POINT OF ORDER TO IN FORM YOU THAT tilE CIIAS WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTON VILLE is the proper place to buy your CHRISTMAS GOODS Yea wo have purchased largo line of XMAS GOODS from THE OLD MANand not his BOYS consisting of everything tQ tickle everybody from the Little Tot to the Grandma TOYS GALORE BIBLES and Books for the young and old Everything from a Jumping Jack to a Hobby Horse Jewelry We have n line to please everybody A special line for handsome gifts that no one would be ashamed of Firstclass aud strictly reliable General Line Everything that is kept in n general store Wo have a special sale on in Clothing every day 10 per cent oil on Overcoats and Suits LADIES and CHILDRENS CLOAKS Every one a Bargain New stock MILLIN ERY 25 per cent oil to clean up for the season New stock A large stock of Shoes at the old Prices Notwithstanding tho advance on Shoes we will continuo to sell nt old prices Pay no I1tcntion to wljtt others may say ulxjwt advances Just come to us we will convince you Wo will save you money if you will let us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Ky Why We Succeed I We sell good goods We have the right prices yn We give you a square deal Wo dont wanf it all Wo like to have other people dojsoiue business We give fair treatment to everybody An inspection of goods and comparison of prices is invited Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries Ac CONTINUATION SALE 298- antinuatonhLo m H T LOGIN SoUth 5ide Square LANCASTER To Copfe e tlis Great Price Reduction Sale Boys Suits and Overcoats Mens Pants Worth 3 go at 98 Cents- Continuation Sale II We have just concluded what has been the greatest 10 days of merchandising that has ever been held in rthis vicinity The volume of our business has been immense and we have been more than satisfied with the results WE HAVE BEEN BESIEGEDOw- ingto the fact that hundreds of people among whom are great numbers of our regular trade who ware unable to attend our great sale we have been besieged to continue our sale a few days longer This we have resolved to doI10 Days More of Incomparable Bargains stock of Clothing Shoesjand Furnishing Goods and prices will undoubtedly magnificentFor 10 days we will continue to slaughter our reach the lowest limit Our stock is still i i and we will make the second 10 days greater than the first ones Remember all advertised or money refunded OUR GUARANTEE We assure each and every purchaser satisfaction We guarantee every goods as and statement here made and we will taKe back exchangeor refund the money on any purchase factory garment every any reason price whatever every Every article and every garment in the house marked in plain figures One price to all H T LOGAN Mens Shoes Worth 3 Now 98c Mens Heavy Underwear Worth 50c now 1 9c EK r LaGANI Iancaste rI K37for radius of 25 miles Money refuned on all Unsatisfactory Goods South Side Square Railroad fare paid to purchasers of 25 or over The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH II candldato for Repreentnttveof Llneoln t oonntv Mibjcct to tho nctlon Dome ratio party J T ROBERTS ti for Magistrate In tho Ornb Orchard Magisterial Dlntrlct subject to tho action of tljp pnrty A TEXAS representive Mr Slayden in view of the disgusting acts com- mItted by Negro soldiers in the lone star State has introduced a bill which provides that on or before the 30th day of June 1907 all enlisted men of the army who are Negroes or of Negro descent shall be discharged from the service of the United States and there after no Negro or person of Negro descent shall be enlisted or appointed In the army of the United States Mr Slayden says that his purpose is to give the Congress of the United States an opportunity to purge the army of nn admittedly dangerous element A FRANKFOT dispatch says thatI Judge Frank Peake may give up his scat as circuit judge in the Shelby dis trict to accept a law partnership in Louisville We dont suppose it mat ters very materially with the public generally what the jedge does but well wager he will swing on to his certainty as long as the people of his district will let him By far more circuit judges die than resign HARRY MCCARTY the Jessamine Journal says that a Baptist preacher in that section has walked off from the Methodist preachers with laurels for chicken eating He made a drum stick meatless at one bite and got away with more than the editor had time to count When it comes to putting away chicken the good Methodist brothers have been in a class by themselves heretofore LEXINGTON said have a democratic daily and so mote it be If two republican papers like the Leader and Herald can grow rich there it does seem as if a democratic paper might live In fact Mr W P Walton now of the Frankfort Journal clearly dem onstrated the fact that there is ample room and business for a white mans paper in the Blue Grass capital- POLITICAL There are three applicants for the Harrodsbnrg postoflicc J W Cook James II Stillman and Thomas Card well According to the report of Paymas ter General Harris itcost19604749 to maintain the ships of the navy during the last fiscal year Speaker Cannon advised the National Rivers and Harbors Convention not to- expect too much from Congress and to try to do but a little at a time Thousands of Democrats are said to be deserting Senator Bailey in Texas i and the indications are that he will be defeated for reelection a dispatch from there says The Senate will pay especial atten tion this week to the report of the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections on the right of Senator Smoot of Utah to retain his seat 1Among other recommendations in General Cortelyous report is one that his office be given the ap pointment of second and third class postmasters instead of the President as at present- Attorney General Moody in his annual report in calling attention to proceedings under the Elkins law says that the practice of rebating by the railroads was a powerful factor in the formation and building up of the trustsThe Richmcnd Va Negro League has adopted resolutions denouncing the lily white movement in that State and commending Senators Foraker and Penrose for their course regarding the dismissal of the Negro troops from the army The close personal and political friends of former Governor William 0 Bradley assert that he can be induced to accept the Republican nomination for Governor if it be given him in the proper spirit and as coming from the rank and file of the party and not die tated by the machine bosses and Fed eral officeholders It is also claimed that tho former Governor should he happen to be elected Governor againI would become a candidate to succeed James B McCreary in the United States Senate CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will post tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and a perfect cure is not speedily effected G Penny druggist Ky By the recent closing down of factories 30000 persons are without food in Miller night policeman at was by a NegroIWhitley and Saturday by enormous majorities HUSTONVILLE Dr James dfamily left for Erlanger Monday Misses Ethel and Nell Ellis have returned from a visit to Mrs 0 M Hue atSomersetThe meeting at New Salem church conducted for three weeks by Eld Shouse closed Sunday night with 16 additions- T L Carpenter Carrol Reid John Morris Leslie Reid and D C Allen spent last week hunting quail in Rus sell county Phillips Bros of Stanford have tho contract to remodel the home recently bought by Charles Lutes When corn pleted it will be both pretty and con Effio Drye lost between Wheelers store and the postolfice a gold necklace with 5 gold piece attached bearing initials M A L Reward for recovery Starling Co our local tobacco buy ers bought several crops the past week the largest being of C K Mc Clure which will amount to about 10 000 pounds The near approach of the holidays is evidenced by the attractive displays of Santa Claus good to suit all tastes and and purses by our merchants A good crowd thronged our streets Saturday and business was good The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will hold its annual Christmas bazaar next Saturday in the room opposite the Peoples Bank lately vacated by M Herring Give them a call and help a good cause Rev Clarence Daniels of Maysville was called to the pastorate of the Christian church hero Sunday Ho is well and favorably known and is not only a preacher of ability but is a mu sician of rare attainments Plans are complete for another splen did building on the South side of Main Street to occupy the vacant lot next to Charles Wheelers Work will begin in the Spring This will cover the remaining area laid waste by the fire The turkey crop in this vicinity was very large this year as Tom Gooch Co continue their Inweekly visits and gather up several hundred each time They report prices good and the supply even greater than the demand a very unusual condition Rev S B Landers subject for Sunday morning is Fadeless Mansions Evening The Forbidden Fruit The union prayer meeting Wednesday evening at the Christian church will be led by Mr Chas Wheeler Subject Tho Resurrection All are urged to at tendMiss Melle Hopper entertained at an elegant luncheon Thursday evening in honor of herguest Miss Kaiser Among those present were Misses Lou Hock er Catherine Alcorn Julia Stagg and Edna Camnitz A B C Dinwiddie 0 S Williams Thomas Starling Val Morse Howard Camnitz and James H Morris and W S Hopkins who accompanied Messrs Reid Allen and McCormack to Russell county hunting last week had a fine outing and were treated royally by tho good people of Russell and nicely treated by the host ane hostess of the Kimble Hotel whose kindness was highly appreciated The club will return there for their out ing next fall Mrs H R Camnitz has gone to Cin cinnati to remain until after the holi days June H Reid of Corbin spent several days with his family here Miss Edna Kaiser has returned to Home City 0 much to the regret of friends here Miss Cora Gooch and Mr Boyd Weatherford spent Sunday with friends In Danville Misses Mattie Alcorn and Georgia Newburn will be at home from Chicago to spend the holidays The beautiful Queen Ann home of Mrs Darling McCarty is nearing com pletidn and will be ready for occupancy by tho holidays When finished this will be the handsomest home in our city It is beautifully situated overlooking the classic hills and verdant val leys for which historic Hanging Fork- famous and would be a suburban or nament to any city Mr Bailey Hill and family will occupy it next year Miss Cora Peacock ane Mr Alfred Russell were married Wednesday eve nlhg at oclock at the home of the bride on West Main Street by Rev G W Mills in Jan impressive ceremony The parlor was beautifully decorated with palms ferns and mistletoe The bride was the recipient of many elegant and useful presents After hearty congratulations by the guests the bridal party drove to the home of the groom where an elegant spread was enjoyed by all present Thieves are doing a thriving business around Kidds Store and the following lossesjare reported in the last few days From E S Vowel was stolen a saddle and bridle from Smiley a quarter of beef and 25 sticks of tobacco from Ed Powell sovcral sticks of tobacco nearly all of Mrs Jesse Riffes chIck- ens A prominent farmer was forced to dismiss a preacher workman who was so busy with his Sunday sermon that he failed to shuck half the corn Ini the shocks when he was being paid by shockIiday one car of hogs and cattle to Cin cinnati for which they paid 5c and 2Jc respectively Charles Lutes shipped a A QUARTER OF THETIMK usually Btwiit in the selection of Jew Iry can bo saved if tho selev n simade hero And a quarter ofthe price too The assortment of WATCIiisSPlArONUS AND FANCY STONK RINGS CHAINS JEWFLTIYGOLD AND SILVER NOVELTIES Is re markable In many ways biit the most interesting feature is tho very modest prices at which these really beautiful and excellent goods are sold weN HUELLERJeweler RUMPSaststa All Kinds all prices any de- pthROOFING All kinds all prices S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber double deck car of sheep and lambs to Cincinnati Saturday Morris Carpen ter sold to Harry Payne Whitney of New York their brood mare Break down by Riley and out of Square Dance for 1500 This mare cost 150 at the Haggin sale last fall and they sold her yearling In New York for150 Hopper Carpenter bought the follow ing in the FasigTipton sale Imported Defose six years old in foal to Broom stjck 1050 Liletn 2nd by Hindoo in foal to Stanhope 950 and Raglcttc out of Brambolette in foal to Stanhope 500 Nothing but the best is the mot to of our raisers of horseflesh and that coupled with close attention accounts for the success that attend their efforts MATRIMONIAL Bert Gwinn of Paint Lick and Mist Adelia Baker of Lebanon Junction were joined heart and hand Friday- A couple 71 and 70 respectively married at Sterling Ill that together had 34 children It is not likely however that the newly wedded can ever say to each other your children and my chil dren are fighting our children Frank fort Journal HOGS KILLED I p I rim prepared to kill hogs mid will dilly er to wry 0110 within ono mile of my place at too torch IItYntY HIIANKH Ilawlnnd Ky Jesse W Sweeney FBOFBlKTOli Livery Foot and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky PUBLIC SALE I I till ofTernt publlntluy place ono mile Mouth of Turncravlllu on the old Mar tin place onHATUKDAY DEC JIJtI followIngdecrlhlliroperty ono brood smut In to jock milk I yearling hulfer IS beep household and furniture a barrels of corn 73 uliocka of raider and n lot of fndtlniv IftttiljitttMittu Term mud known on day of wile It U MAHTIN It K D No 3 Htanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will offer for saloon tho fsqulrit Murphy place three nukes Wed ol Htmifurd on tho Ii Utollt tile plkoon- TIIUHHDAY DEC 13 tbo following perMinnlty Ono mure mule good family bone marc cow heifer latwirollerI wugonIof household aunt kitchen furniture and nu 1lllIprumptIJI Chandler Auct OOAkMiould now the oc cupation of tho thrifty forthouext fewdnyn Wo will lunko itedurvd Trice onConliuwo are pruited for room We terry complete Urn of the Best rndo comdntlng of lllue lorn llolln Jelllco MUrd Cannel Hex nt lolls Stanford nod Howlnml yard Our cool li nicely screened and nil burnt up rail WSEBDENHAM StockholdersMeetingA National Hunk of Mlanford will IM held nt InJnnuarydirector for the rmulng yntr Jour J McUoiiKMTM Uathler Stockholders Meeting A mooting of the utorkholdcr of the Iln willlieTuesday In January for the purpote of electing director for the enunng year W M lliumirltafhler Copyright 1906 by Hut Schaffner f1 q hITTliEIts f I GS THINGS we sometimes forget and we want to remind you that in ad dition to Clothing Shoes c fj we carry always the little things necessary j to a firstclass Mens Furnishing Establish ment Trunks from 26 to 38 inches Suit- Cases I in Rubber Japanese Straw and Leath er Telescopes from 14 to 26 inches Hand X Bags in Rubber Sheepskin and Cowhide 11 fromlI2 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 t 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 Woolt Soles Dress Gloves Work GlovesEar Muffs Suspenders from lOc to a pair Fancy Vests c These we can show you any time H J Mel OBE RTS STANFORD I KENTUCKY YOUR WANTSJN Drugs Paints and Oils Window StationeryWallWill be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts ISTANFORD PKIWOXAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded THE YOUNG MAN Who desires to be smartly Dresssed at a nomical cost lKl Should Buy His Clothes Here ftherefor any other sentimental reasons We offer them clothes that in charac ter and value we know are impossi ble elsewhere at our prices We maintain a standard of ALLWOOL others are significantly quiet on the subject ALLWOOL Clothes are better than cotton mixtures you are bound to know It is up to you what kind you want If you prefer ALLWOOL our store is the place for our line of Hart Schaffner Marx make is the only line that is guaranteed to you strictly ALLWOOL no Mercerized or any other cotton mixtures in this goods When you buy clothes ask if they are ALLWOOL get the assuranceour guaranteeOur reflect the newest cut and fit just what smart dressers wantInspect our stock always a pleast ant welcome for you CUMMINS c4c MCLARY j z r 1 CloaksC To Rinse wlm have waited for thin wile and those wlto hull not conteiuplat cd buying a Coat wo nro now ready to overcome all difficulties Wo have just returned from n visit to tho makers where wo nwfle a tcii strike ing Coats Wo saved three to four dollars on ufo garment and we proposal to give this to our customers Tho styles uro ai bratty us any chown this reason and the prices ore astonishingly low 8650 Coats 84 75 S8JO and 8900 gouts 81100 81250 Coats 8075 Etc 25 Suits at 8075 and 127 iEveryone this Bensons styles und fabrics and worth 83 to 85 more c t SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY IBrAwronw Kv Drc 11 UJOG We have just received a big BUlply J of Comic nnd Leather Post Cards Ici nya Drug Store PERSONALS MIHS Drunu NEWLAND is very aid L AI IIUEY was in Cincinnati Inst week buying goods MCKENZIE BROWN of Mt Vernon was hero yesterday Miss MAMIE WIUIOT is threatened with blood poisoning MR JOHN II SHANKS went to Hai riman Tenn yesterday MR THOMAS AUSTIN of Lancaster was a caller at this office yesterday Mn T II SMIUCY of Lexington WI10 hero yesterday looking for good lionci Meta LYDIA CAIIKICO of Louisville attended tho burial of her father Mi F G Brady Tim family of Squire John Ellis havo moved to their handsome new home on Danville Avenue KEKNE LUTES and children oC Paris were guests of John Lutes nncl family last week MRS JOHN LUTRS was painfully hurt by her horse scaring and throwing her out of tho buggy MR W T COULTER wife and prctt daughter ot Middlcburg were hero t shopping Saturday Mis OriiEUA LACKEY has return from a visit to her brother Mr W G Lackey In St Louis MIss EurjuiFrnt LUTES left Frida for a protracted visit to relatives of Paris and Lexington HARRY WEST TUAYLOR of tho Gtl berth Creek section was tho guest or Master Morris Bruce MR J It MOUNT and wife of lan cuter were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs II J McltobcrU MRS ED WALKER of Upper Gar rani was here Saturday returning fron a visit to relatives In Mississippi MRS SHELTON M SAUFLRY returns to Frankfort Saturday after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs S II Itaugh man MR E J CUNNINGHAM and wife ot Mercer and Mrs William Hcnriott and children of Danville are tho guests or Mr and Mrs M M Sweeney MRS S J TATe and Miss nettle DcUord of Crab Orchard arc in Lou fsvillc buying Christmas goods for S J Tatems opening next Monday- A PICTURE of James Edward hand some little son of Cashier J W Hutch of tho Citizens Bank redhead p3eson in Saturdays Courier Journal MR H C BAUGHMAN cane up fron 1Harriman Tenn Saturday night to days with his boys Ho Is delighted with his prospects in his adopted home MR J C BAHFY and family will move to Crab Orchard this week The loss from Stanford of this excellent family is tho occasion of general re Bret lion G A Lackey and Miss Ophelia Lackey will accompany them MRS LUCY ST CIAIH had the misfor tunn to slip and fall on tho pavement In front of tho home of Dr Steele Bat ley Saturday and break her hip Ow ing to her advanced ago tho prospects are that tho accident will shorten her days MR G L PENNY tho prominent Stanford druggist and Knight Templar was in Danvillo last night to attend a special meeting of Ryan Commandery While in tho city ho was tho guest of his brother Dr W B Penny thn den tlst Herald Miss LUCY MILLER GIVENS entertained tho Thursday Afternoon Club in an elegant manner at its last meeting Her hospitable homo was beautifully decorated and the charming hostess did all in her to make her e have a good time Mrs W A Tribble won thd at euchre and Miss Sarah Dunn tho consolation prize LOCALS FOUND a bunch of keys Call at this office TnY Everybodys Tee Single tons store BUY a dinner set of 100 pieces at Sin gletons store LOCUST posts rale D C Slpplo McKinney Ky Tim trial of Sam Jennings for killing Mace Miller is in progress at Lancaster DIAMONDS in rings in brooches in studs in cuff buttons etc at Mu ellers ae COAL is cheap from us for a few day W S E B Denham BLACK MINORCA stern for sale Mrs M J Shears Moreland L i J3ROWN Leghorn hens and rooster fur sale Ed Hubbard Stanfor KyRESIPbt0EOn Dnnvillo avenue torrent Possession Jan 1 A R Wa lace SEE W 8 E Um if you want to save money one your wintc coal AneNT called tho sale adsl of W L McCarty and George D Rob InsonTHERE will nspelling match at Mt Xenia next Friday night Every body invited LOST at tho stock yards court day a roan heifer 760 to 800pounds RIo Ward E T Ience Sr e NEW patterns and new flosses Come and get your Christmas stamping done Mrs C L Carter Stanford TilE ladles of tho Presbyterian chure will hold their annual hazaarjncxt Saturday Further particulars next issue STANFORD souvcrnir spoons with pictures of Courthouse Graded School and Male Female Seminary at Mucl Icra EXAMINATIONS for appointment to State College will be held in my office Dec 14 and 15 G Singleton superintendent THE licenses of tho Somerset saloon expire Jan after whlcn Pulaski will bo In the largo and growing list of dry counties AN examination for appointment to State College at Richmond will be hold In my office Dee 16 G Singleton au perintcndent Wn need tho room You need the coal We will only sell five can at the reduced price so come curly W S d E B Denham I WILL privately at my residence all my household and kitchen furniture also one upright Harvard piano nearly new Mrs Sue Holmes Fort RENTThe Harris homo ot eight rooms on Logan avenue Al modern conveniences House is In splendid repair P P Nunnelley THE fiscal court of Mcncfco county met at Frenchburg and decided to build a new courthouse We move that the fiscal court of Lincoln meet im mediately and do likewise SATURDAY was payday with the county teachers who received 331 per cent of their salaries The totdl amount paid tho county teachers of the State on that day was 625000 IN order to reduce my stock of bug lies to make room for others I will jive some rare bargains in the buggy line for tho next 30 days It you need a vehicle of any kind now is the time to buy E T Pence ASSESSOR W A CARSON tells us that ho has about completed tho work of assessing Lincoln county but asks that if ho has missed anybody that they will ileaso notify him or ono of his depu ties that tho list may be taken at once MONEY Trustee of the Jury Fund W 0 Walker tells us that he has the nancy to pay the jurors who served at the moat term of court and that they will please call and get it The filthy ucru will como in good time to buy hnstmas trix with NOTICETho Fiscal court of Lincoln ounty will convene in special session on Thursday Dec 20th 1006 and all turnpike contractors who have completed their contracts and want any Christmas money will file their claims rith the clerk on or before that day It C Warren judge Lincoln county court Nov 19 1900 PntcEMrsV A Price died at her home In Garrard county and was buried- t Lancaster Friday after funeral services by Rev Ellis of the Baptist hurch Her maiden name was Bur dett she being a sister of Charles urdctt a prominent farmer of Garrard Mrs Price is survived by her husband who is a brother of Dr A S Price of his place and ono son She was a plendid woman and a consistent church ember Fursc r rtaw Wo call your attention to our Furs ns they are especially priced for this closing out ante ofnil Winter goods Keinenibcr the saving on thceo from jOY 8300 Big lot ot Childrens Fur Sets Drummers Samples Iat wholesale price 3 RATS John V McKenzie of the Maywood section caught 16 rats In ono trap at one time He set tho trap again and got M RAVING sold my stock of general merchandise I desire all those owlng me to please call and settle W M Wheat Mt Salem 3t FOR ReYrTheoo office In tho INTEl Ion JOURNAL building now occupied by J S Owsley Jr is for rent for tti e year 1907 Call at this office LECTURE Rov J W Xockarr or Lexington will deliver a free tempo onco lecture in the Union Sunday schoi building at 7 oclock Thursday evening Ion S ReNT The W Per uin Cottage on Lancaster street This place can be bought at a bargain For HughesIK 0 T AiAfull attendance ot the members of Stanford Tent No 7 is desired at regular review Monda evening Dec 20 A R Wallace Com- A C Sine R K COME to sec us substantial prt4 cote furniture of all kinds carpets rugs wagons carts sleds bicycler velocipedes Irish mails pictures arid statuary Tribblo Pence LIFE SENTENCE Dill number who killed Policeman George Bollard at Lan caster In May last was gIven a lire sentence Eight of the jurors were tor tho death penalty three for life and one for 21 years Five Lincoln count men sat on tho case HOUSES FOR RENT deslro to rent for the year 1007 tho Helm rcsidcnc on Danville Avenue There are five acres of land In tho lot and the home Is a very desirable one Also the bricl cottage on Somerset pike now occupied by George T Wood H Helm Stan sord Ky TILE automobile Mr J M Keane the Junction City baker uses to dcliv er bread to Stanford and other towns got uncontrollable Friday and ran down an embankment through a hedge fens- and into a pond on the Knob Lick pik- between James Messers and J B Fos ters The chafTcur was not much hurt but the automobile was badly wrecker and bread and pies were thrown helter r skelterNEwLANDAt r an early hour Satur day morning Mrs Otis P Newlandi soul took Us flight to the land that i s fairer than day She had been in fee Use health for several years but her fatal illness began about three weeks ago Tuberculosis was her trouble Mrs Newland was Miss Sallie Ovvslcy laughter of the late Jonathan Owsley and was an excellent godly woman Many years ago she joined the Baptist church and since had followed the teachings of that faith She realized that her end was near and expressed lerself as being fully prepared to meet her Maker She was 51 years old had been married since Sept 1873 The husband and too childrenAlbert J hvsley J H and 0 P Newland Jr and Miss Delphia Newland survive the good wife and mother May Ho Who loeth all things well sustain and comfort them in their irreparable loss The funeral was preached at the late home on Cedar Creek at 10 oclock Sunday morning after which the remains were laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery BRADYMr Fleming G Brady one of Stanfordsa oldest inhabitants died at the homo of his son Mr W II Drady Friday evening after a linger- Ing Illness of kidney trouble Deceased would have been 74 years old had he tivcd until noxt March and fully 50 years of that time had been spent in tanford His wife who was a sister or Mr M D Elmore died some 30 years ago and but two children survive him Mrs Lydia Carrico of Louisville and Mr Brady above referred to Mr Irady was an expert shoemaker In his dlY and hla fine work was greatly sought after Ho gave up shoemaklng somo 10 or 12 years ago however and- o greater portion of his time since has been spent In his room at his sons home lie never mado a profession of religion but his honorable lire and indncss to his fellow man should merit a reward in the land beyond Dr W F Vaughan preached an appropriate metal discourse at the late home at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon after which all that was mortal of the good man was interred in Buffalo Cemetery 1I0NEYEd Hubbard has 500 pounds of honey for sale Ho will sell in any quantity SOME 25 or 30 good meat hogs forIsale B D Holtzclaw phono 53 Stanford AM absent from my office now but will be in Stanford Dec 31 for sometime W N Craig THE young men of Stanford Dane Club are requested to meet tonight G L Penny president LOST yellow shepherd dog with glMs eye Last seen at Rowland Rowan J W Williams Stanford I WILL have open in the comer store room at Crab Orchard by Monday nlxt a full line of Christmas tricks Including suitable presents for old and young You are cordially invited to wait and see my stock before you buy Prices lower tljan the lowest S J Totem Crab Orchard Ky KEEP mindthe solo of H A Pleasants near Dawsons mill on the Hanging Fork on Wednesday 12th and that of Author Carter at the old Murphy place on the Hustonville pike on tho day following Thursday 13th See elsewhere in this issue what they have to dispose of- NonoYgaMrs Mildred Nordyke the aged mother of Mrs W L Bell of Crab Orchard died there and was buried Thursday after funeral servi ces by Rev W T B White Mr Bell and his wife ask us to thank the good people for their kindness to her and them during her illness SUGAR School was burn ed Saturday night and it is generally believed that the building was set or fire Tho schoolhouse was located near Cedar Creek in the East End Mr Will White was teacher A tenant house belonging to John Turnbull not far away was mysteriously burned the night before THE good women tho Christian church at Crab Orchard served oyster and coffee in tho Ed Peyton storeroom ytsterdayetoward paying for the improvement being made on their church Tholadio worked like Trojans and we are glad to state that their efforts were well rewarded Tim COMBINATION SALE Messrs A C Dunn and James R Bcazley have contracted with us for 500 catalogues to contain the description and pedigree of the stallions mares teams ponies and mules they will sell in Stan ford aboutJan 20 Over 150 animals have already been entered in this sale and probably 50 more will be secured before books close Our people should take advantage of this opportun ity to dispose of anything they may havo a surplus of Mrs Josephine Tewmey aged 70 Is lead at Danville Pay Up or Be Advertised J H Kilintkton of Omit Orclinnl Ky him iluced nil of Ills Ktoru accounts lit my Imtuli or collection mill If not paid before Jnny 111111 I will mlvertUe vncli nml every per ons ticcount for sale nt public nuctlonlKith In tilt INTKHIOK JoniNvt nnd on posters whIch will U posted In public places T H HIM HherllT Sale of Personalty I will on WKDNKHDA Y DKO la held nt ly residence ly mites trout llustonvlllo on tnnford plko Nell at public auction the fol tw A lot of inuchlnery cUltl101Ilcllltlng I- IcOlnllllnhr a lhorso WIiItOIl lows good Ilulul hnraess lluokbound gentle faintly home two milk owl0lut or shantsa or tltuuthy hays lutes millet Vc Knlu will Iwitlnat lu aL and term will HHtnnouncixl lit UIB tlmo- OKO II HOniNHON Hustonville Ky Col J P Oluimllvr Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I will tell at public auction on HATUIIUAY nEO rr lieu lit farm one tulle West of Htnnfnnl on tho liuktonvllle nlkw till following deirrlb d Two pair gOOII work J cTfyenni olda good brood mare bred to Illlya years oltln nlco cOIllhlllll1Illcl nlgulty UIIIO lilly years oldhigh actor unit very fancy too xxrep loimlly good fnmlly inure ayi iirold stat lion by Iautbetta lIkll out of Annlu IIml tally piHllgrovd yearling stallion by Mason ho by I lIkll millo WInk 1 Ill It lllly 4yenrold Jnck iJi hand pleaded breeder a inuln colts ono yearling colt good milk COWAIII1 milkIng Lot of brood sows vz tmOll1 bonr lot chtokeim Jill shocks of xlderHM boles of hay lot of corn In urili lot lumlHir and r horse wag ItSbuggleslm wsurreylot of pluweuew hider unowur wheat oullllloll e lot or buggy harness single and dou hlo 01 or wngonharness cnrt and wellbroken pony saltablefor children Three inunH and two ladles sod lesTtrnn mndo knownon day uf sole W L 3AKTYHtuufordKy t Christmas Novelties Wo have just put on Eale a beautiful line of serviceable articles Ibc Christmas gifts Pin Cushions Handkerchief Boxes Glove Boxes Baskets Drawn Linens Pillow Tops Neckwear Gloves Newports Scarf Tics Togucs Pillow Hatulkorchiefs Linen Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Initial Handkerchief and hundreds of other pretty things in our Christmas corner Congo and see Belts Collarsf Combs S Buckles We have just placed on sale a corn plete line of the above- A new lot of belts including a wide range of all the newest patterns at from 5Oc 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 HUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House 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 Pioneer Wire Fence rSquare mesh and the Best Wire Fence Model For sale by E T Pence Tr Stanford Ky Dealer in Farming Implements Buggies Surreys Etc The Interior Journal 1tdin the PotOffice at Stanford IUI mdclcw matter VBLrbUKU lRIDAYslAT 500 PER YEAR CASH I ltiWheo not to paid UOO wilt be charged I TURKEYSrMn- mmothlrronzeTrkeyftorenlo From I IMrtT K a ribbon warm For pnrtlculnrs write mo Mrs J E Lynn Box U Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE STOSSCLABSSOHPrcn JUNCTION CITY KY tOUn Tutnonti at Reasonable Rates Attention to Traveling Men Grain and thy For Bale For Sale Privately bouse and 10 acres of land situate ant outside of town limit on the Bomerse Joule bas 7 rooms kitchen end ser pints room good cellar stable and an outbulldlnp Water hydrant e yard and one for stock 1 P BAILEY r A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately laying determined to quit farming I will sell privately my forms of u acres near llcrslnndon 0 IImllcs from DanylllerY miles 11 ultonlIIe wIll sstnated on pike Crop coneltofcorn and hay and outs stock ennets horses brood wares Will sell 1 a bargain If 1 Und a buyer In the next 00 or W days II B KINGMorolnnd K- yINSURANCE WindStorm Mfe and jirtaentgfoneTmt the and d foest os JUt8T bU Rates Guaranteed irltLoss Paying Bc rUnequalled d Talk HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce 6 Oarter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Btreot bTiroBD KY pedal Attention to Commercial Men Yeur natronaK Is solicited Hones handled on commission heck Pena In Connection Two Farms For Sale f3 wish to alt privately my tarn of 170 Mresft miles West of loIInc ster on the Lpxs It 1s well Unproved and 5nty of water nnd timber fenced ad b til Also an unimproved Irvin ol 100 acres between Lancaster and Lox MM midway tIIiIV pllte lood outlet each TIHKUniNU II Veil Jtmted Terms reasonable J jrk bury Ky GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASEjYOU mr readymade clothliiR when there UUlo dllforcncoln the prlco of ready corkynneix I inrasure have a fcaixfcMMiw line goods I Miniike from a low price business suit to the ftrastdrosi suit Overcoats Trous errand Fancy Vests The company 1 rep agent t strand to none 1IIC UUPliBY The Tailor Htnnfont Ky- ed tCc lary Undertaker Embalmer and lerm HarneseSaddlery S7AJ1FORD KENTUCKY Cfice Phone 167 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm an Also Dealers in Fur aiture aiattingaRugs The will exchange Furniture for rii Kinds of Stock Give Taem a clan Prices Right 1TANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT B D Holtzclaw sold the hogs advertised last issue at Gc Sam G Castello sold to B F San 4tcISBros at 6c Dan Traylor has sold to Mrs Melee Lawson his farm of 109 acres for 2 800Durham Cecil Mahan bought of John II Knox of Boyle a bunch of 1400 pound cattle at 480 ESTRAYA white sow weighing tro to 175 pounds left my place about a week ago Reward for her return J L Bcazlcy Stanford LOST red steer showing a litt J brindle and streak of Alderny stock weigh about 750 Reward for re covery J H Swope Stanford At HarrodsbUrg John S Robinson bought 45 850pound Cumberland county steers Monday at 3Jc J H Bon sold W J Hanna 80 fat hogs at 5Jc A black boar weight about or 70 pounds came to my place Dec 2 Owner can get him by proving propertj paying for this notice and his keep F W Davis Stanford STANFORD COURTThere were 300 cattle on the market yesterday the most of which sold Prices ranged from 2 to 365 About hogs sold as high as 635 The horse and mule business was quIet- LOST county court day one yearling steer weigh 450 to 500 pounds some white on hams and horns 2 to 4 Incite long Also a red stag weighing abou 825 pounds Reward for recovery T B Hammonds Massmeetings held by the Law and Order League and the Tobacco Grow era Association at Princeton declared in favor of the enforcement of the law and denounced the burning of the tobacco stemmerios at that place- J R Carter bought of W M Vaughl a small farm near the city at Cliffy Crossing 32 acres for 1200 A yeti ago this place sold for 600 J C Sil vers sold to A R Humble a pair oi horse mules for 390 Somerset Jour nalAt a mass meeting of over 500 farmers held in the courthouse at Cynthi ana anngreement was entered into and 1500 acres of tobacco was pledged to bo held until a minimum price of 1C cents per pound could be secured for it This is over one fourth of the countys acreage the past season C Lebus the largest grower of tobacco in Central Kentucky signed 400 acres W B Moss of this city has had patented a device which will not only bring him good reward but will prove a great help to the farmer It is a device for thinning corn and has proven a success beyond all doubt It consIsts of a gripper or tongs which by a device operated by one hand grasps the stalk to be removed and pulls it out without interfering in the least with the stalks to be left The best feature is the operator does not have to stoop but uses the implement with as mud or more case than he can a corn jobber Lancaster Record CHURCH MATTERS The Baptist and Christian churches at Mt Vernon will give a Christmas ree together You are invited to attend the sing- Ing at Logans Creek church Saturday light and Sunday next Revs Hutchins and Beard conducted an interesting meeting at Harmons Lick Twelve were baptized Sunday The Christian church at Lancaster has given Eld F M Tinder a vacation and he is traveling in Oklahoma and Toxas Rev J Randall Farris who preached at the Christian church at Crab Orchard a year or so has accepted a flatter- Ing call to South Bend Ind Rev G M Davis of Plcasent View wlll preach at the Baptist church at Crab Orchard Sunday morning and evening next at the usual hours A Roman Catholic cathedral for Cincinnati to cost over a million dollars is one of a group of buildings planned by the Diocesan Building Committee Rev J F Claycomb who has been Teaching for the three Presbyterian churches at Junction City Parksvllle and Caldwell will preach his farewell sermon at Junction City the fifth Sunday in this month He goes to Columbia and will serve the church there and at Greensburg Dealers say that those who have used Chamberlains Stomach and Llv Tablets are quite loyal to them and can not bo persuaded to take any substitute Get free sample at Stun ford Drug Co give them a trial and- o too will want them in preference to any other They cure stomach roubles biliousness andconstlpatlon Thomas Cavanaugh an aged man who lived in an old street car converted into a house was burned to death at Ashland and an unknown Oman also lost her life in the fire Mystery surrounds the whole affair and the Coroner will conduct an investigation Three of the discharged Negro members of the 25th infantry have applied for reenlistment in the army and the matter is now squarely up to the President DOCKET Special Term Lincoln Circuit Court Beginning Jan 7X07 ORDINARY 1 Logan Guests admr vs L N- nncoij J C Harris vs C N 0L T P R U Co 3 Arthur Harris by tc vs Same 4 Georgo Smith by Ac vs Same 5 Tom Davis vs L N R H Cot Van Davis byc vs Same 7 The Commonwealth Ac vs G Ploasants 8 T O Lovelace vs P M Ware 9 M J HolTman vs Isaao White 0 10 Jano Herzog vs J U Horzog 11 B D Iloltzclaw vs W II Duddc ar 12 O L Richards vs A Dengo c 13 John Traylor vs J A Amon 14 L R Hughes vs J T IHngainan 15 B El Horlno vs C M Thompson 10 R R Gentry vs Montlo Fox 17 Mary S Warren vs J N MenO fee Ex i e 18 A E Kirkpatrick vs E P Bailey iVc 10 Harry China vs United Brothers of Friendship 20 J N Saunders vs lames Green 21 1st State Bank Junction City vi D C Sipple 22 August Zwlntzko vs Dan Brough ton c 23 Hoffman Berry vs W S Wig ham 24 John Turnbull vs Kdmlston Bros 25 C Bishops admr vs G SShelby EQUITY 1 Carter Dry Goods Co vs JK Carson 2 J I Case Threshing Machine Co FS 0 G Speak 3 Serena Owgley vs Walter Ovvsloy 4 A E Kirkpatrick vs H J Kirk Patrick c 5 G S Carpenter admr vs I M Bruce 6 A J August vs John Horton 7S J Williams vs S B Caldwell fee 8 W T Stephcnsons admr vs WT Stephensons heirs 9 J A Dunaway vs R F Dunaway tc 10 J F Peyton vs Bell V Dunn D C King Ac vs S H Kingc 12 P0 Dunns heirs vs P O Dunns heirs 13 Maggie O Holmes vs E E Burge Garr Scott l Co vs A P Bark lett OTTENHEIM Hog killing is the chief work of the layFloyd Morgan has moved to the farm he bought of John Turnbull Wm Landgraf killed a 280 pound hog hat had no brains whatever Leslie Anderson who is teaching the pound Knob school spent a few days vith the homefolks Santa Claus is going to make his leadquarters at John Wcntzcia See hIs line of Christmas goods Charles Ensslin has put in a flouring mill and is prepared to give the people the best of flour He gives 35 pound of flour and 17 pounds of bran to the bushel Bert Kidd moved to Rowland last week but through a misunderstanding between him and the landlord about the rent he did not unload his things but moved bac- kOutwits The Surgeon A complication of female troubles with catarrh of tho stomach and bows had reduced MrsThos S Austin of Leavenworth Ind to such a do- lorablo condition that her doctor dvlsed an operation but her husband fearing fatal results postponed this to try Electric Bitters and to the amazement of all who knew her this ledicino completely cured her Guaranteed cure for torpid liver kidney Isease biliousness jaundice chills and fever general debility nervous ncss and blood poisoning Beat ton made Price OOc at Pennys Drug- Store and Lyne Bros Try it Stockholders Meeting A meeting or the stockholders of the Nn 1I01al liauk of Ifustonvlllu will lw held nt thllr banking hnuse In Hustonvlllo the ami Tuesday in January 11R between 1 mod AM for thu purposu of electing dlrec lord to servo the uiinuliiK year J W HOCKKK Cashier JflMES Ms PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEALEB in ulldtnjr Material of all kinds Sash DoOls Blinds Cement Nails Build den Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for buIld- Ing purposes nnd do all kinds of con cre to work Prices on application ITAEOiEMothers of Mankind Inln Killer Germ Destroyer Dhensu Ran Isher UlooU Vltiillzer Health mid Htrongth Restorer N II Bogie Markebury Kentucky General Agent t FOR SALE I lloautlful aprtu dnte little home l1e wntrrlOWouthouse In good condition I nrijo with water In town and cuiivonlent to All churches W MvlloiiKUTX HtllnfolllI Poultry And Eggs Wanted will PitY hlglwst market prlre for Tur keys KKK ilulnens anil all other iKiitltr Alsorabulls Will io loiniil lit my utllco on InncatterHt J H hock loelll manager HII NortUcott ia Look Out for Bargain IleUOasteelHoapn rakes for tot rlOI1I taxes matches for Home mud uet our iHtvs suits nt W rand pt now Jtfti mid 1 11l11t prices for produce D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish In sell my farm aw mill West or Hustnnvllle mile from Luke anti Carpel Iorl Hlntlon conslttlnit of M acre of rich Line grits CIIII ur tulaicco III l1IIs Ttds linn cull be equally dhldda- dvnntagoiomatoliavuagood to dwelling Oil imch piece ii MI necessary outbuilding The form Inys almost In a Hijunre only HIIKH In lines There tlirve stock bern goat tobacco barn t bibles lanai house good water III every Hold t six lastly springs with 3 streams ruimlnil through whole track J BTEKtK 0 mIr 1 It lluttonvlllu Ky PUBLIC SALE tI will offer formic five miles front Mm ford on Hanging Forkon1- VRINR8BAY DKO UIIl the following personallyi 5 muarva hrs nndnnfalnfcHil I imlrnt work mules i cow loxtm milk cow with young tlioroushbrixl Duroo I till wdSflor75ntce Ilyiiaoulh Hock hick ens I twohorse wncon unit banes x hug Kles und hnrneM tilmlvr I mower tin hllrroll1Iiliovel hug lax feed cutter 1 icniHT hiinp reiiMr nnvllnnd vlwKrlnd tone lines hay forks hovels I air ugh Jtoore heater with hentplpufor room ahoy sewing machine Xtt litocks of foddei lout at bushels nice winter npplvs Iut houtvlioM nnd kitchen furniture am numerous other thing Hale to Uijli promptly nt 10 o clock i x- 4TKUwyLJu and under each aver Ihllt IImouns1 note nt 6 j er cunt II A ItiMiiAMrn J IOhnndler Auct POSTED We whose nomeii appear Iwlow strict orbldhuntliiR llshlnKornny kind of trvs sing on our pleura and will prowcute vi lntors to the full extent of till law Hre l VoiidrupiilKnu Itelchrntnch lire Km VonAllman A Vondruenliiitn- Kred llnumnnn George Holmes Itelchenlmch Joseph IMIIou A U liiinn il J Ifotmnnn- MrsMHayden Welch 31 H Klmorv 11J1olTmnQnIChristina umynon JdUarpunter Jacob Jrssweln Ham Dameron Mrs IJ Anhlock H V lover Fred Handorf MrsM rendition W LUonller J Nrvln Carter Peter llalmer Jll Oamenlsch IIlIullhrtJUNprotlJFlurorJ W 11ak HVMerlin- 31eaerh Iaxton WO IKiltl W Martin Hninunl Ilnclsay M KUunllcr Mows llerry PopplesMrsHlmpson Sins Tlnsley Hxmnamor I Wynrter Hen Martin aeserraweI DOLLS DOLLS IFrom Gc to S5 ells We have tin larKint nnd moit crow exhmIbitrdyou to call mid Intpecl We have u completo line of Conuino French Stag Toilet Het HhitvliiR Hets HiiKiker I Mete Mirrors mid all the accessor let iieiiMMiry for the Indies dresser This line U the very Intett In Christ tone Novelties We also have Hoys nml dirts toN of every description Pianos Wagons Engines Trillin Tea Bets looks liimus Drums Horns Autoinoblles eta otcond meclonlcnl to Ihnt lire marvels of Yankee We tiny lnultYjFrames and nn Mirrors richly trlmmeil In green nnd olr A Ask the clerk to show you our Christum line cif tine Htatlonery mud do not forget theIW DOLL- SStaofordDnyCo P I PUBLIC SALE I oFI200000 STOCK OF reneralt Merchandise I will on TUKHDAY HK 111101 sell my ock of goods mud stun Uxturvsii n whole to thohlglie bidder ThU stock of gotMls h new mud clone none of It having Ixen lilY house over 11 months This stock con 1lIIor Dry loiidx Notion Hhots Ilurd Lire Tinware Groceries Onohiilf stock Inillo groceries This clockf goods h II- IIIrYllutnlJle Unrrnrd uuid this IIJIIOJ has always lieen consltiered tho boil olut In the count to sell goods I did n nlnei of tUt0lht pnst ear and I will IllY there U no hatter stand anywhere My of Is In the nurse tttiiruhoiiafl KrIIlIdI sill say that there U not n better In Kentucky Ilumember this Is u iilden opportunity for some one to gutu big iirijaln this will ho n positive 8nll on tho above named lute Hole will take acts promptly nt oclock p Deo isth IIrlIlItl nine gulfs from nny town IIIIIi Is surrounded by tho iiKrlciilturnl IlIlIdlll tine mate mllkln U n splendid point business For fllrlkrlIrllcuIIIlllolIlIoll rnddrou A THOOIT Ilryuntivlllo Ky GRirrosKM CLOTHES Grifon Brand Overcoats and Cravenette Rain Coats Best Try one SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY A Xmas suggestion Give Him an Overcoat and as he wears it in If the warmth of hiswear 1 ing he will feel thelgood sense of the giver We will assist you in choosing one r cassia W J5 Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky All Kinds of Hatchets 1 and Axes 041 OEOROl FARRIS I 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 presN ents W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky CHICKENS A few slimlo oomh Jlhtwlu Island lied Covkrels from n select wnfor au MUM L llOOOK BtnnforOKy J TURKEYS Iv Mtimmoth Bronze Turkeys pure hurl SIIhonlWhileFulr View Ioultry Farm Trenchers r