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T d i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL xxxiv STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 14 1006 NO 78 CHURCH MATTERS Rov Ben Holm Danville will re enter tho evangelistic field Bishop Charles McCabo was stricken with apoplexy In New York Rev J L Yandlo will preach at tho Presbyterian church next Sunday Brooks Brothers closed a revival at the First Christian church Louisville which resulted In 813 additions Epworth Leaguers convinced of his innocence have raised n fund tt de fend Anton Lambert to be tried at Laporte Indon a charge of murder Lnmbtrt has a record but recently pro fessed conversion and denied a con fession made at the time of his arrest The members of tho First Baptist Church have determined to build a 7 000 parsonage Tho matter was brought up before tho congregation on last Sunday morning and 5700 was raised there and then which bespeaks fo that church a beautiful parsonage News Rov L J Reynolds one of tho bes known men in the Christian church In this section after a life spdnt In tho service of the Master has decided to retire from active work and this week made his last trip in his official capacity to this county For many years ho has had charge of several churches In this county and is regarded with feelings of tho deepest love and respect by his devoted parishoners Richmond Register Tho cost of collecting forwarding and managing mission money is as follows among tho various denomina tions United Presbyterians 4 per cent i Northern Methodists per cent Southern Methodist 0 per centi Southern Baptists 6 per cent Northern Presbyterians per cent South ern Presbyterians 7 per cent Reformed church 8 per cent American Board 10 per cent Episcopalians 11 J per cent Northern Baptists 11 per cent KINGSVILLE Our clover neighbor Henry Leach surprised his friends by getting married last week to Mrs Lucy Holdcn Mrs J W Acton has been ill but has about recovered John Burrius has ro turned to his homo nt Atlanta accom wiled by his lovely wife who was Miss Annie McKee C J Jones Q C superintendent of signals was hero Friday G W Thomas tho Knoxville shoo drummer was hero Thursday S M Owens of McKinney was hero lost week Dr Bs F Walter of Lancaster was hero last week J L Johnson has gone to Hood River Ore to spend tho holidays with his family Miss Mary Burton of Somerset Is visiting her homofolks Craig Butt and wife who have been living In Somerset have moved back to Kings ville Virgil Dastln end wife and Mrs George Rigncy spent a few days in Cin cinnati In Praise orchamborlainsC- ough Remedy Thero Is no other medicine manufac tured that has recolovcd so much praise and so many expressions of gratitude as Chumberlains Cough Remedy It U ollectlve and prompt relief follows tu use Grateful parents everywhere do not hesitate to testify tq its merit for the lament of others It is n certain cure for croup and will tho attack It given at the first 1lroent of tho disease It U nsprclully 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 store of Mr K Lock of Alice Capo Colony South Africa says I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy to ward oil croup androids la my family t found it to b0very satisfactory and It gives me pleasuroto recommend It For salo by Stanford Drug le y Were goin tet have intrcatin services up to the church today said tho first farmer during a Kansas drought tho parsons goin ter pray A fur rain S01 grunted the other Quito a crowd o yo gain alntt thar7 Yeh Weve got a deal o faith in our minister So I aint seen nono o yo carryin umbrellas Public Speaker Interrupted Public sperkors Bro frequently In terrupted by people coughing This would not happen If Foleys honey and Tar were token as It cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia and consumption Tho genuine con tains no opiates and Is In a yellow package Pennys Drug Store a WearyI hear dat Rhodlo was hurt right bad week He jumed oft a train 40 miles an hou- rDustyWot did ho want to do dot furl WearyWhy ho heard de conductor say dat it wuz to Watertown W C Pettus Is delivering corn in town at 2 y Babbitt Mistakes Herzogs Home for Switzerland BERNEs SWITZEKIAND Dec 10Iarrived in this beautiful rugged wild romantic country yesterday and I feel secure with tho mailed tyrants of Eu rope all round mo and Mount Symplon looming up grand and gloomy In front of ma with a fleecy veil upon his stern savage brow and around whoso sterile summit tho bird just bolow the eagle is now performing its gyrations How wildly grand How sublimely beauty full While here Isolated from the busy marts of men I want to write two books The Law As It Is and R history of the United States They willspeak a language never breathed by coplo before East of mo are such cultivated neighbors as Sampson Mor ris Jarvis Lynn Mathcny etui while upon the mountains lofty summit Jim inrhis carle Halos Well hard by and tho white cone of Loaf gleams cold treestHere not annoyed by clients I can write 10 printed pages a day in each book What a delightful place l Tall grand oldfashioned house two stories hIgh and an ell running back and two oldfashioned tire places and a good wood tire cheerfully burning How lu ridly bright I You notice I havo not paid my taxes yet I told the deputy that when 1 was a poor man I could and did payt but now I owned BO much real and personal property I could not afford to pay It took too much But I had two 1000 horses and a herd of good cattlo at the Barony and to go out and help him self to such as he liked best But ho said they would havo to send somo ono else I told him not to be afraid the Kennedys would treat him nicely if they did not kill him That fs the way we do That is tho way we have always doneWhen get an opportunity to stroll half a day through the woods amid tho Druidical oaks I shall write again I am still a Druid I would if I could uproot all tho railroads and reroot all tho giant oaks that have been felled and go back to pristine glory and beau ty FONTAINE Fox BOUWTT N BLast night I passed all alone ta my castle I read 193 pages yester day and last night and though the win dows rattled drearily I was not alarmed There are some men and women too that I am afraid of but a ghost is not ono of them When I was county attorney I prosecuted a man who after wards died here but ho never thought ill of ma for that nor I of him More anon F P II CRAB ORCHARD Rev W S Coakioy a student from Louisville delivered excellent sermons at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening V Lyne Bros havo a beautiful selection of Santa CIuus goods on display nt tho drug store something to suit both the little and grown folks Leave your orders for the daily Lou isville Post and tho Kentucky Govern ors Wall Chart all for lslx months 2 with Miss Hcttic Harris Out of town and rural route subscriptions so licitedMr Spears Fisher nnd family of Dripping Springs fame will move to town Jan and open a new boarding house on Lancaster street Mr Harve Foley bought tho farm of his father tho late Andrew Foley paying 27 There are G2 acres Mrs Klttio King and family will leave soon for Birmingham Ala to make their homo much to tho regret of their many friends Mrs Martha Fish is visiting her daughter Mrs David New land Miss Bcttio Bclden has returned from a weeks visit to her parents at Shelby City Miss Fannie Redd who has been on a protracted visit to Lou isvillo relatives is at homo again Mrs Sabra McClure has returned from a business trip to Danville Rov R B Mahony was hero from Stanford a few days since Will Brooks is with tho homofolks for a short visit No Opium nChamberlains Cough Remedy Thero Is not tho least danger In giv- Ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy to small children as contains no opium or other harmful drug It has an es tablished reputation of more than 30 years as the most successful medicine In uso for colds croup and whooping cough It always cures and Is pleas ant to take Children like It Sold by Stanford Drug Co From an authority that should bo ab solute John D Rockefellers annual in come was told to day for tho first time authentically It Will bo 60000000 when the year 1006 closes All but one of the prisoners in tho Whltesburg jail escaped in some manner which the remaining prisoner de clines to tell v NEWS NOTES In Mason county Mrs High was burned to death in the homo of her son Mason High A little daughter of Neely Cook of Franklin county fell into an open grate and fatally burned- A thrce year old daughter of Gcorgo Gray of Bath county stood too near bUrnedjThoyear has been awarded to President Roosevelt by the Norwegian Parlia ment The annual report of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General shows there are 639 rural freo delivery routes in Kentucky Frank E Grimes former treasurer of Kansas has paid to tho State 9 33125 to settle an alleged shortage in his once for four years prior to 1903 The jury In the case of Mrs Angio Birdsong at Hazclhurst Miss returned a verdict of guilty of manslaughter and recommended tho defendant to tho mer cy of tho court Chief Engineer Stevens who arrived in New York this week says 17000 men are at work on the Panama canal There has not been a death since July and there is very little sickness An Omaha Neb woman swallowed a chameleon two years ago and died from the effects the other day Before she was buried a number of little chameleons crawled from her mouth Secretary Shaw has announced that he will come to tho relief of tho money market by depositing 10000000 in va rious banks and also by purchasing Government bonds to tho same amount Miss Mollie Bishop was fatally burn ed In Clark county her clothing having caught tire from an open grate In extinguishing the flames Mrs George Rupard was painfully but not seriously burnedThe American Sugar Refining Com pany and tho Brooklyn Cooperage Company both pleaded guilty to the ac ceptance of rebates on sugar in the United States Court in Now York Judge Holt fined the Sugar Refining Company 80000 and the Cooperage Company 70000 MIDDLEBURG Thomas Gritton has moved to the James Wells farm ono mile South of Yosemite Rev J R Richardson a highly respected citizen of the Willow Springs section died Monday He had been in ill health for some time Mr and Mrs J W Fiero of Cat skill N Y parents of Mrs II M Shouse arrived Monday to spend tho winter with their daughter Rev Shouse has resigned the pastor ate of the Baptist church hero to ac cept a call to tho Fork church near Marksbury Garrard county It is not known who will succeed him here The church will take steps at once to secure a pastor Charley Sluder and a young man by the name of Royband were arrested at Yosemite charged with disturbing religious worship Thero is a new rplig ious sect lately sprung up on Knob Lick known as Fitzwateritcs and they were holding services at M F Bostina when the disturbance occurred William Burgin and wife of Cincin nati returned homo Tuesday after a vis it to tho latters sister Mrs Clel Mc Aninch Miss Lynn Hansford has returned from Liberty and in consequence thereof Dick is wearing a smile as big as a dishpan Big hearted Ed Sweeny the popular grocery drummer was here this week H King of All Cough Medicines Mr K G Case a mall carrier of Canton Center Conn who has been In the U S Service for about 10 years says Wo have tried many cough medicines for croup but Chamberlains Cough Remedy is king of all nnd one to be rolled upon every time Wo also find it tho best remedy for coughs and colds giving certain results and leaving no bud after effects For sale by Stanford Drug Co The dispatches say that Chester Gil lotto spends hlslimo in jail singing and dancing Admitting for tho sako of argument that ho Is not guilty of mur der of his stfuctheat ho might show enough sorrow over her death to keep him from such performances A crea turn so devoid of feeling should on general principles bo made to danco at the end of a rope or a wire Frank fort Journal Long Tennessee Fight For 20 years W L Bawls of Bolls Tenn fought nasal catarrh Ho writes The walling and soreness Inside my noso was fearful till I began applying Bucklous Arnica Salvo to tho sore surface this caused the sore ness aud swelling to disappear never to return Host salvo In existence 25c at Pennys Drug Store and Lyno Bros Something About Oregon SlMNASlio OREGON Dec GSlnce leaving home last August I have been living in tho far West Where rolls the Oregon and hears no sound savo his own dashing A little more than 100 years ago Lewis and Clark led by the Indian woman Sacnjawea floated down the Columbia and thus laid the foundation for tho exploration of the vast territory of tho Northwest Tho journey by boat from the Dalles to Portland Ore Is one never to be forgotten tAt every bend in the river tho scenery changes like the shifting scenes of a panorama Along the shore in the lowlands It is summer Tho air Is heavy with the odor of wild roso and honey suckle A little further up in tho foothills thero are great pines hoary with age When the lowly Naz arino was upon earth theso same pines were upon guard as they are today Looking still further up one beholds Mt Hood and Mt Adams so tall and snowclad that they resemble great white clouds reaching up Into the heavens By a mere shifting of the eye the observer is transported from the land of summer into tho regions of perpetual snow As our boat passes a mountainous cliff we catch the glint of a wondrous cataract which falls for a distance of 800 feet four times further than fa mous Niagara Dut no artists brush has ever caught the beauty and sublimity of tho Colum bia which Is larger and more beautiful than a dozen RhInes neither can such a pen as mine describe It Oregon is truly a great country vast and unde veloped The one great drawback is the lack of transportation facilities The entire railroad system of the State is held In the iron grip of Harriman Uutil he speaks the word the State will remain undeveloped LUCIEN M LEWIS MORELAND Varnon Wilkerson one of our home boys now agent for the L A at Hcidlcburg Ky surprised his friends by bringing home a beautiful wife who was a Miss Johnston of Panola ills many friends hero wish them a long and happy life- Twentyone hundred dollars Increase- in business for the Q C railroad at Moreland in the month of November as compared with the same month of 1905 The Increase would have been double that amount if wo could have furnished cars Like other roads we are very scarce of cars The coal famine was partly relieved last week by receiving two carloads which were licked up in a few hours Mrs E K Showmaker has returned from Lowry Va where she was visit ing the family of George Ira Ford She came very near being killed In an explosion which occurred about 30 min utes before sho left the place Every window in tho house she was in was shattered and sho was knocked down and covered with the debris But for the delay of a little boy who was dress ing to go with her to tho depot she would have been on n bridge at the time of the explosion and which was torn into kindling wood She came home without a scratch but very nervous and says dont get me any more passes Careless contractors caused the explosion by putting down blasts too near where a quantity of dynamite was stored and tho whole thing went off demolishing the depot and every thing nearby Mrs S could not ascertain whether or not any one was killed as she loft just after the explosion oc curred but saw n number men with bloody faces and bleeding woundsB S A Texas Wonder Theros u 11111 at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This won der Is W L Hill who from u weight of 90 pounds has grown to over 180 Ho says I suffered with a terrible cough and doctors gave mo up to die of Consumption I was reduced ro 90 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump tion Coughs und Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough and Cold cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store and Lyno Bros 6Cc and 81 Trial bottlo freo Greenup county went dry In the separate town elections granted by County Judge Harden who holds the County Unit Law unconstitutional the town of Greenup went 19 wet Spring ville went 14 dry Gov Luke P Blackburn whoso rep utation as a physician and philanthro pst is too welt known to need further comment onco said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water Is tho best aper ient known to tho medical profession and will cure more diseases than any one remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil drug gists and country stores DIMONDSand i r Reasonable Prices As the HOLIDAY SEASON approach es out displays in all departments reach the zenith ofcompletetiosand especially is this noticeable at this tune in the showing of new and beautiful designs of artistic SIL VER and GOLD JEWELRY and DIA MONDS Novelties in Jewelry that have never before been exhibited in a cityof this size are to be found among our dis Play- sEven i if you are not ready tb make your purchasewe woui appreciate inspection of this splen did display k Then when you are ready you will have an exact knowledge as to where the best values and Choic est designs are to be had We Cordially Invite You to Visit our Store While in Danville yIThe Jeweler DANVILLE KY Christmas Greeting I Are You Ready or Have You Thought ofXmas Wa tend this to sound the alarm That another year is closing and to make others happy you want to put pnyour studying cap to know what to buy and where to find it WII ARISE TO A POINT OF ORDER TO INFORM YOU THAT THE CIIAS WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTON VILLE is the proper place to buy your CHRISTMAS GOODS Yes we havo purchased large lino ot XMAS GOODS from THE OLDt1fAN and not his BOYS consisting of everything to tickle everybody from tho Little Tot to the Grandma TOYS GALORE BIBLES and Boos for tho young und old Everything from a Jumping Jack to a Hobby Horse Jewelry Wo have a line to please everybody A special line for Imiulsomo gifts that no ono would bo ashamed of Firstclass mid strictly reliable General Line Everything thut is kept iu a general store Wo have a special sale on in Clothing every day 10 per cent oil on Overcoats and Suits LADIES nnd CHILDRENS CLOAKS Everyone n Bargain New stock MILLIN ERY 25 per cent oil to clean up for tho season New stock A largo stock of Shoes at tho old Prices Notwithstanding the advance on Shoes we willcontinue to sell at old prices Pay no ateution to what others may say about advances Just come to us we will convince you Wo will save you money if you will let us CHARLES WHEELER HustonviHe Ky Why we succeed I We sell good goods Wo have tno right prices We give you a square deal Wo dont want it all Wo like to have other people dojsome business We give fair treatment to everybody v An inspection of goods and comparison of prices is invited Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries c 1 The Interior Journal E C WALTON k M F NORTH It a candidate for Ilepresentatlveof IJncoln eonnty subject to the notion or IXino ratio party t J T ROBERTS Ii a candidate for Magistrate In the Ornb Orchard Magisterial District subject to the action of the democratic t ACCORDING to the annual report of Secretary Taft of the War Depart ment the actual strength of the rcgu rlar army was 3709 officers and 54659 enlisted men In October Yet there a I wero but 368 deaths from all causes 1 during tho year or six and a fraction f to the thousand Army life seems con ducive to health though it must bo tak en into consideration that none but young and healthy men are permitted to enlist The death rate per thousand in cities runs from 15 to 25 persons SENATOR BAILEY is having the fight of his life for a return to the Senate from Texas His enemies in the State are doing everything to encompass his i1t defeats and a representative from ltp Texas has introduced a resolution con f A sidered a slap at tho Senator providing 4r for fine and imprisonment for any i1I member o Congress who accepts money or office from corporations We hope the Senator is wrongly accused and further hope he will triumph over i those who would destroy him REV JOHN QUINCY MCANTER of Philadelphia was shot and probably fatally wounded by his daughter who v says she did the shooting unintentionally Her neighbors tell a different story however They say that W McAnter was drunk and trying to throw his wife into the cellar of their p home when the daughter used the weapon personspassengersis DURING the fiscal year ending June f the railways of the United States and 86008 injured This terrific slaughter- is inexcusable The railroads are not using the safety appliances that are at hand if they would t Tim Republican papers are making much ado over Mr Hearsts statement that his election expenses were a little over 250000 As he paid it himself it is nobody elses business but where did the Republicans get that two mil lions it cost to elect Hughes THE Danville Advocate is evidently v hard up for news when it devotes three or four inches to tho death of a cat The feline family must be short in Little Britain POLITICAL Samuel Swanner has been appointed postmaster at Abel Laurel county The Presidents new Cabinet has j struck a number of snags in the Sen v ate The Senate Wednesday received the election certificate of Thomas H Payn te4 as a Senator from Kentucky Senator McCreary of Kentucky pre dicta that Roosevelt and Bryan will be the opposing candidates for President- in 1908 Opposition has developed in the Senate to Secretary Bonaparte as Attorney General by reason of a speech he made at Chicago in 1899 10Thf American artists of Rome have a signed a petition to Congress asking for the removal of the United States tariff on work of art Judge R Frank Peak has announced that he will not resign from the bench although he Had received an otter to en ter a law firm in Louisville When Gen J M Leo retires from the army on January 2 it is expectEd that Brig Gen J Franklin Bell a Kentuckian will be promoted to Major GeneralIIt is believed the bill being framed by the Rivers and Harbors Committee will not be reported before the middle of January and that it may carry as much as 70000000 Mr Root went all the way to Cincin nati to favorably mention Mr Taft for the presidentcy and Mr Joseph Benson Forakcr has been in the sulks ever since Bryans Commoner Congress at this session may limit the hours of railroad employes It is understood the opposition to the enact ment of this law is likely to be with- drawnt4 by most of the railroads them t selvesVresolution considered a slap at- 4 Senator Bailey was introduced In the I House by Representative Randell pro viding for fine and imprisonment fo- r1RnY member of Congress who accepts money or office from corporations 1I owing to the condition of his health it is believed that former Senator Cock l yell will resign his place in the Inter 1 state Commerce Commission before t Jan i and among those who have been mentioned to succeed him is Senator BlackburnGov has appointed Attor William Carnes of Wllliamstown ney Judge of the Breathlt circuit special court to preside in the trial of the murder cases of the Commonwealth j James nd Elbert Hargis Wil against Smith and AIliam knero m J t Jtiif IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Cot N D Miles is dead at Nlcholasvllle John A Black will build a modern threestory brick hotel at Barbour villeDr Fayetto Dunlap was elected president SocietyH of the Boyle County Medicalj Bright sold his on Maple avenue Danville to II K Hay for 7000 Thomas Hammonds a prominent Knox county farmer committed suicideI because of business reverses realjestatein as a partner a ling firm 9 SamuelRector of the Dunnville sec tion of Casey has announced for the republican nomination for representative of Casey and Russell counties Robert Witt only son of Robert Witt Sr or Buckeye died at the homo in Garrard after an illness of several months aged 27 years The interment took place in the Lancaster cemetery- F P Combest sold the Exchange Hotel to Frank Bell Monday for 2500 It will still be run by Mine Host John W Wilkinson who will continue to make this popular hotel a welcome place for the publicLiberty News Gov Bcckham has pardoned Mack Yonts of Bell county serving life sentence for murder Yonts wi- sent up in September 1901 The circuit judge before whom Yonts was tried and the lawyers who prosecuted pet ioned for executive clemency H K Hay of Perry ville was in the city today in the Interest of a new pike that the Louisville Nashville railroad proposes to build at onco between Parksville and Mitchcllsburg Tho present road between these two points crosses the railroad tracks in two dangerous places it is proposed to build the new pike on the South of the tracks so as to make a straight road between the two places without cross the tracksAdvocate Here and There Chester Gillette was removed from thejlerkimer N Y jail to Auburn prison The Shah of Persia has rallied slightly but his physicians agree that thero is no hope for his recovery John Warner Hardin one of the best known men in Central Kentucky died at his home in Shelby county Joseph H Andrews identified for many years in Chicago building and commercial enterprises died suddenly of heart disease The vegetable canning factory of the J T Polk Company at Greenwood Ind was destroyed by fire The loss is estimated at 220000 Caustic criticism of President Roose velts position on the Japanese question was a feature of Senator Rayners discussion in the Senate of tho constitutional questions involved Among the nominations sent to tho Senate Wednesday by President Roosevelt was that of Leslie Combs of Kentucky to be Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Peru By agreement of the various inter ests State Superintendent Kelsey of New York will appoint five Inspectors to supervise the coming elections for directors of the Mutual and New York Life Insurance Companies With his sons dead body tied tightly on his back the remains of Charles Hedrick were taken from the Hiawasse river near McCoys Tenn They were drowned In a sudden flood in an effort by the father to save the son Former Senator Arthur Brown of Utah died in Washington from the effects of the wound inflicted by Mrs Anna Bradley of Salt Lake last Satur day The woman it will be remembered followed the Senator to the capital and demanded that he marry her and upon Senator Browns refusal she shot him In anobscure but picturesque little village of far off Germany there is a place called the Chocolate Cure where thin people go to become stout The patients eat and drink cocoa and chocolate all the time while they rest admire the scenery gossip and grow fatter every day The true secret of the great success of this treatment is the happy way chocolate has of fattening just the right places setting in the hands the arms the neck and tho shoulders making the fair patient prettier and all the time The niheffectivepartof this cure may be tried at home by any persevering women and the medicine is so ble and the method so simple that there is actually it seems no reason why all should not be of just thedesired weight London Chronicle New Cure for Epilepsy- J B Waterman of WatertownO Rural free delivery writes My daughter aflllcted for several years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills She has not had an attack for over two years Best body cleansers and life giving tonic piUs on earth 25c at Pennys Drug Store anti Lyno Bros Good crowds attended the sales of II A Pleasants on Wednesday and Arthcr Carter yesterday and satisfactory prices were At the latter at 71c per 100 and horses at 195 to 131o S4111 tIt r rtd fi A QUARTER OF Tm usually spent In the selection TIMlIItry can bo saved If the made hero And a quarter of the prlcb too i The assortment of VATCHESDIA MONDS AND FANCY STONB PINGS CHAINS JKWKLRYGOLD AND SILVER NOVELTIES Is re 1 mnrkablo In many ways but tho most 14r interesting feature Is the very modest prices at which these really beautiful and excellent goods are sold W H MUELLERJewelcr R RUMPSwssr All Kinds all prices any depth ROOFINGAll S H ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckyT- inner and lumber HOGS KILLED I am prepared to kill hogs and will I1nU1 er today one within OliO mile of my lit Ow uebIt HIIANKB Uowlnml Ky VITAE O r E Mothers Natures forthe Ills of Mankind Pain Killer Otfrm IVstroyer Disease linn Isbar Vltnllzer Health nnil- Htrcngth Hestorvr N II Bogie Markebury Kentucky General Age- ntPUBLIC SALE I will offer at public snlo nt my place one mile Mouth of Turnersvllle on tlio old Slur tin place on HATUHDAV DKO cue eglnnlllg Rt IOoclock AX the followln- d crllproperty Four young tWflilSRIIII one brad mare foul to milk cows heUlr 19 Iiep houholl1 line ienrllni furniture Iwurols of Corr U shocks uf fodder wagon surrey and n lot of farming Implement Terms ninth known on day of wile It MARTIN H F D No 3 Htnufonl Ky Col J Chandler Auct Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to sell farm I tulle West of II uttonvllle radio from pike and Onrpnni ter motion confuting of acre of rich blue grill nemp or tobmeco land nil In grass Tali farm cnnboequally divided to advantage so in to haven good dwelling on each piecat nlso necessary outbuildings Tho farm lays almost In a square oifly ono anglo In lines There UfO thrvo stock barns good tolHicco lawn 3 stables tenant bouse good water In every fluid six springs with a streams running through whole track- J HTKKtK OAUIKNTKK Hustonvlllo Ky PUBLIC SALE I Or 2fOOOOO STOCK oF General Merchandise I will on TUKHOAY KO IS IM soil my stock of goods amt aura flxturea m u whole Iothu highest bidder This stock of good Is new mud clean none of It having been In my house over It mouths This stock con sists of Pry Goods Notions Hlious until ware Tinware Groceries Oma half of stock U stupid groceries This stock of goods U In llryantftvlllo iarrard county Ky and thin pluctt has alwnyit been considered the best paIn In the county to sell good I did n uslnesiiof V past year and I will suy there Is no better stund anywhere ily stock of goods Is In the large storoIiousu owned Iettus Hros of Homenot Rnd tills hou can IJo oolllJht or lensed mud I will say that there Is not n better hutlnes house In Kentucky Kemcmber this U a golden opportunity for man ono to get big Uellllml er this will lx II x litho IMhlIIrYlilltlvfJ10 for un address ATHCUTT- Bryontsrllle Ky Lt nuJJUJIITJ ll LJIHI LAPIN IN OUAI should now Im the true cupatlon of tho thrifty for the next few days We will make Ilvdiiced rHresnnCoalnswo are pivssvtl for room 11e Curry compute HIM of tho Ilist Grade connlttlnic of Ulna Oem llelleJelllco MUed Cannel Rex nt both Htimford and llowland yards Our coal Is nicely screened end nil burns up WISEBDENHAM Stockholders Meeting- A meeting of the stockholders of the First National Itnnk of Htnnford will Iw held nt their banking house the second Tuesday In January for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing yenr Jour J MrltoiiKiiTM Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of time Iln coin llount Itnnkof Htnnfonl will txi held at heir Uinklmt house the second Tuesday In January for the puriwwe of electing directors for the rnmilng year- N at llllKtllTCHIiler ltITTltE TMGSI- ts 1 the LITTLE THINGS we sometimes forget and we want to remind you that in ad dition to Clothing Shoes ac- we 1 carry always the little things necessary to a firstclass Mens Furnishing Establish ment Trunks from 26 to 38 inches SuitaCases in Rubber Japanese Straw and Leather Telescopes from 14 to 26 inches Hand Bags in Rubber Sheepskin and Cowhide 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 MufI flers almost any size and color to 3 Collars 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 f Soles Dress Gloves Work Gloves Ear Muffs Suspenders from lOc to a pair Fancy Vests c These we can show you any time H J McROBBRTS STANFORD I KENTUCKY YOUR WANTSs INr 1GlassW B McRobertsDRUGGIST IPKKSOSAL supervision given to all Frcfcriptioni compounded J THE YOUNG MAN Who desires to be smartlyyDresssed at a nomical cost t Should Buy His Clothes Here byHart We dont ask young men to come here because their fathers did nor for any other sentimental reasons We offer them clothes that in characIter and value we know are 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 upto you what kind you want If you prefer ALLWOOL our store is the place for our line of Hart Schaffner Marx make is the onlytline that is guaranteed to you trictlYtALLWOOL 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 cutrand fit just what smart dressers want Inspect our stock always a pleascant welcome for youwCUMMINS M CLARY t A 1n CloaKs To tliofo who linvc waited for this silo nUll those who Iiuil nut contcmplnt lrvof4just returned from n visit to the makers where wo nmdo n tea strike in buy ing Coats Wo HIVLH three to four dollars on the garment and wo propoeo to give tills to our customers The styles ore as pretty as anysbiown this Benson nod the prices are astonishingly low 8050 Coats 84 75 8800 and 8900 Coats 8000 81250 Coats 5075 Etc 25 Suits nt 8075 and 41275 Every one this seasons styles and fabrics and worth M to 85 more I STANFORD KY DIf II 1001 e nya Drug Store PERSONALS Mn J D EADS was at Paris 01 weekMiss SUE YEACER has been III ror Rovcral days Miss EttUN BAUOU went to Cinch nati yesterday MR KiNunicK S ALCOIIN loft Wednesday for New Orleans ATTORNEY SAM C HAKIMS of Lori don was here yesterday DR J W ACTON nnd wife of Kings vllle were hero yesterday Mns P It HOY mother of Mrs M G Kcynoldi of WayncshurR la very ill Mils WILL SEVERANCE is all stlnl in her husband store during the busy I season Miss JEWELL FRANCISCO of Brod j head won tho gust of Mrs W I Herein MR AND MRS II P HAWKINS returned Wednesday from a visit to rcl- ntlves in Indiana MR DEXTER UALLOU wife and children of Lexington arc with Eld Jos Hallou and family MR JUNE H HElD returned to Corbh yesterday after a visit to his wife am children at Hustonvillo Miss JOSEPHINE HAYDEN who haa been with relatives here returned to her homo at Paris Tuesday Mn J E HotUAN wife and hand somo son Daniel left Wednesday to visit his brothers at Mobile Ala MR AND MRS Cot LANUAM of Stanford were guests of Mr and Mrs G IL Wilkinson Liberty News MR C L CARTER has rented the Or Craig residence on West Main soon to be vacated by Mrs Mollie Wray MRS LINDA HAYUEN STONE has ifom to Fort Worth Texas to visit Slu will spend tho winter at Ardrnore IT Mn E W BOURNE and sister Mia Ida Lee Bourne of Lancaster were guests of their sister Mrs W K War nerMRS W A MOOLEY is at Jclllco nl tho bedside of her brother Mr John Murphy whoso condition Is considrrct very dangerous MR AND Mtts J A DUDDEIIAR and Miss Bessie Ynntis of Stanford attended given Mr anttho reception Rosa Baslin Lancaster Record MR G T ASHIOCK and family who have mado most excellent citizens here moved to McKinney Tuesday Mr Ashlock will engage in merchandising WALTON and MESDAMES CLOY Samuel Phelps and Master William Phelps who have been the guests of returned to RichhaveMrs T J11111 mond Pilot J S LAWIIORN president of Mlddlcburg Normal College was hero Wednesday and loft the advertisement of that institution which appears else GEORGE II FARRIS and wife have moved to Mr George D Woarcna Mr James F Brady and family have moved to the cottage on West Main street they vacated DR J W COOK and wife of Hope Ind passed up to Crab Orchard yes terday to see tho lattcri mother Mrs Gormleywho suffered a stroke of pa tralyslsa few days ago LOCALS FOR Xmas gifts go to Farris Fort Xmas candles go t Farris lies got them t a FOUND n bunch of keys Call gat this office A TRY Everybodys tlco nt Single tons store I LOCUST posts for sale D C Slpplo McKinney Ky hens and roostersBROWN Leghorn V for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford- Ky p RESIDENCE on Danville avenue for rent Possession Jan 1 A R Wallace I t SEe W SE B Denham if you want to save money on your winter coal JUDGE ALCORN REMEMBERED his will which was probated at London Monday Judge Robert Boyd left Judgo J W Alcorn of this place 500 as a token of his friendship for him FOR lamps go to Farris Fort Xmas goods come see mo Lee II Farris BUY a lap robe for Xmas at J C McClaryn Toe best line of holiday goods to select from is ntFarris COAL is cheap from us for a few days W S E B Denham BLACK MINORCA roosters for sale Mrs M J Spears Moroland AM absent from my office now hut will bo In Stanford Dec 31 for some time W N Craig NEW patterns nnd new losses Comi and got your Christmas stamping done Mrs C L Carter Stanford STANFORD snit spoons with pictures of Courthouse Graded School and Male Female Seminary at Mucl lers WE need the room You need the coal Wo will only sell five cars at the reduced price so come early W S E B Denham I ANOTHER attempt was made to break into tho freight depot Tuesday night Wo need a night policcnfan Mr Mayor and City Council Fort RENT Tho Oil Farris homo of eight rooms on Logan avenue All modern conveniences Mouse is In splendid repair P P Nunnelley STONEWALL COQ has been appointed postmaster YamacrnyrWhit ley county Mr Conn a dent of Rockcastlo county and a might good man MATT WOODSON formerly of this place has bought the interest of his partner laugh Allen in the Middles boro Supply tonnd will conduct the business alone JOHN IlERZoa howas fined tSO for running a disorderly house near Hales Well is laying out the fine In jail lion Fontaine Fox Babbitt tuning his store and business during Hcnogs Incarceration YoUR attention is called to the advcr tisement of Middlcburg Normal College at Middlcburg Casey county whicl appears elsewhere this issue The winter terms begin Jan lit and a thorough normal course is offered IIUNOThe jury in the case of Samuel Jennings for killing Mace Miller at Lancaster hung Six thought it a cue of voluntary manslaughter and six believed it Involuntary we are informed Tho jury was discharged Wednesday afternoon WEtJlilddlcs llarorho exMagic City went wet Tuesday by the mall majority of 19 The drys claim there were CO Illegal votes cast bythe oppos- Ing side and it is possible that the elec lion will bo contested Thuro was no disorder during tho day but both sides worked like Turks TilE Lancaster greenhouses recently rested by Mr Christman arc proving a great succcsss and of greater con rcnlcnco to the Lancaster people He rows many pretty flowers and the andiomo designs recently furnished rove that he understands his business Lancaster Record pe NOTICE Tho Fiscal court of Lincoln ounty will convene in special session on Thursday Dec 20th 1000 and all urnpiko contractors who have corn ileted their contracts and want any Christmas money will file their claims with tho clerk on or before that day n C Warren judge Lincoln county court NoV 19 1900 Tim directors of the McKinney Deposit Bank met Tuesday and elected Mr R H Metcalf of Paint Lick cash- Ier Mr J W Sauce of Horrodsburg was offered the place but declined it At Mctcalt was endorsed by Mr J W lutchcson cashier of tho Citizens Bank of Brodhcad who went to McKinney with him to attend the meeting Tim members of tho Presbyterian congregation who will contribute to the bazaar will please bring tho articles hey will give to Mrs Mattie Withers this Friday afternoon The bazaar wl1 be held In the E D Peyton store roOm tomorrow Saturday and opens at 10 A M Contributions must be by 9 A The Ladies Aid Society Furs WOCall your attention to pur Furs as they are especially priced for this closing out ealc of all Winter goods Ilemembcrtho saving on these is tram 815U to 8300 Big lot ot Childrens Fur Sets rfriiilimcre Samples 0 nt wholesale price PHONOGRAPH records for Xmas at Farris BUY a dinner set of 100 pieces at Sin gletons DIAMONDS in rings in brooches In studs in culT buttons etc at Mu o IcrsJ TilE weather Is still warm and unsettled with flattering prospects for rain or snow CHRISTMAS is so close ono can alma feel It With a great majority of people it is the happiest season of the the holidays I will make the latest and best styles of photographs at We per dozen Frank Cordier Rowland lA SICKLE lamp was unintentional taken from my home on tho day of tho sale The person who got it will pleas return It H A Pleasants REV JAMES W ZACHAKY paeach at Turncrsvillo at 11 oclock Sunday morning and at McKinney at 3 and 7 Sunday atternoon and evening HOLLY and holly wreaths Xmas bells brides and bridesmaid roses and carnations Leave orders for your Xmas flowers Stanford Green Hous cals THE mtrchanti all their Christmas goods and have them on display Come in at once and make your selection before tho stock is picks overFort J W Per ain cottage on Lancaster street This place can be bought at a bargain For particulars apply to L R Hughes Stanford Ky COME to seefogsubstantial presents furniture of all kinds carpets rugs wagons carts sleds bicycles velocipedes Irish mails pictures and statuary Tribble Pence WARD MOORE Ilhave sale of his homo at Crab Orchard on Saturday Dec 22 Ho will also dispose of a lot of feed household and kitchen turn turo good family mare etc r I lUCRE will be a neighborhood Christmas tree in the Christian church at Turncrsvillo on Monday afternoon Dec 21 at 2 oclock Everybody vited to come and bring presents HOUSES FOR RErI desire to rent for the year 1907 tho Helm resident on Danville Avenue There are fivo acres of land in the lot and the homo is a very desirable one Also the brie cottage on Somerset pike now occupies by George T Wood H Helm Stan sord Ky I WILL have open in the corner store room at Crab Orchard by Monday next a full line of Christmas tricks ifalud ing suitable presents for old and young You are cordially invited to wait and see my stock before you buy Prices lower than the lowest S J Tatem Crab Orchard Ky GEORGE DRYSwho poultry eggs etc in Casey for H B North colt Co J E Buck manager tolls Wednesday that ho had bought over 10000 worth during the present year Ho brought between 150 and 200 worth of chickens and eggs with him and said he had lots moro to bring WHITE Capt rank J White who used to set typo on this paper died at his home in Lancaster after a protracted illness aged 88 lie was born in Madison county in 1820 and went into a printing office in Richmond when only nine years of age Ho came to Lancaster in 1817 remained several years and then moved to Somerset where ho resided till the close of the Civil War when he again moved to Garrardb capital Capt White whent through tho Mexican Wart Company G Col Humphrey Mar halls command and was the only retaining Garrard veteran of the conflict of 47 The last year of the venerable captains life was ono of unusualsad ness as in that timo he has lost not only his wife but also a son and daughter Ho was a kindhearted gallant old mado during jero with regret of his demise A futile effort was made by prisoners to break out of tho Bowling Green jail Ashland Boyd county suffered a 15000 fire Charles Oaks were joined in wedlocks holy bonds at Mr Will Stones by Rev R R Noel Tuesday Mr W D Kender and Miss Nanni Reynolds both of Boyle county were married at tho residence of Rev R E Mahony by that gentleman yesterday afternoon Nelson Case and Miss Amanda Corn also of Boyle accom1 panted them Thegroom is working on the telephone exchange at Crab Orchard and he and his pretty prospects bride came down on the 217 train CORNS CURED Corn Exit will posi lively remove toms in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns ore not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing If a perfect cure III not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford A few ilngltt comb Hli xl Itlnnd 11t1 CofkriU from n tflect Iwnorsnh- Iltt I II COOK Htnnford Ky I Mnmmoth Ilronic ere l from grin winning pensToms ft to 1htnN Sf Cull on or address Mrs W White Fair View 1oultry Farm 1renctiert vllle Ky For Sale Privately One double trntid carriage with pole owing machine rcfrlnerntor lImn wife I pair scales tA A burrow new church or gnu ixHlnteiul nuittrtM unrlngi wool stand WHUell cheap If soul nt once HI OHAY Htnnford Ky A iiiwtlnc of tin stockholders of the Nn hems llHiiknf Huntonvtllo will tw held lit thilr banking house In IIu touvlllo the sec rind Tuesday in January IWT between v lld 12AM for the purpose ql vlcvtlng dlrvc tort to serve the ensuing year J W IfWKKHCahier Pay Up or Bt Advertised J It KiliiilBton of Crab Orchard Ky hila ISIts1Iwill advertlwoeocltland every ens account for slate at public auctlonlxit In the IXTKKIOH JoniNAi and on poster which will IM pottctl In public plucei T U HILL Hherlff Sale of I will on WKDNKHHAY DKO iuwr lit my residence 1J nines from HuMonrllle Oil Htaiiford pike sell lit public auction the fol owing t lot of nmcldner tollbllng principally of two cultivators n cutting Imrrow twine binder wheel drill eon planter otc good Shorse wagon 2 good rows good w hurtless lIukhollrd pbRlon i gnU ritually hone two milk cows lot uf shouts ii lot of timothy lull bale millet Ac Ac Halo will begin at IDA atul terms will liu announced the time OKO n UOII1KHOX Iluxtonvllltt Ky Col J I Chandler Auct I will tell nt public uuctlon on SATURDAY DEC 29 1W- farm one mile West of Stanford on hellutouvllie tIkethoroHowing descrlb years tolllhinetl noire l Digldty Dare filly yens- Idhigh nctor unit very fancy One uxcep lonally family inure a yenr old utalgoal Ion by wllkes out of Annlo II uul fully pedlgreeil i yeiirllnp ntnlllon by Dr Mason by VIkes ladle Winks yearling Oily I t year eld jack 5Ji handi breeder 3 mule colt nl1l1 ono yenrllng Hattie colt goal milk COWl all milking Lot ot brood sows o- xn01Uliner ot chickens no shucks of older bales of hay lot of corn In crib lot lumber and locust posts 2Iiorto wag n2 buggies l new surrey lot of pluwLnew- huter mowor wheat drills cultivators tulot of buggy harness single nod dou hlelot of wagon harness nice tlIrt and well breken pony suitable for children Three meni ladles sad dips Terms made known on day of tale W It McOAHTY Htnnfonl Ky Col J Chandler We whole names appear bolow strIctly orbld hunting nahlng or kind of tres uisslng on our places nnd will prosecute vl ilators to tho full extent of the law Fret VonOruenlgan HelchenlHich urns Krwl VonAllman VonHruenlgan Furl naunmnn George Holmes K Ilelchonbacli Joeepl Hallou Dunn M J llofniann MrsMlInydenWelch Ii Klinoro IlsvhlMlepbens r llaffiimiin- Vt Nunnelley J W llaughmnn- dliviltliiii Urayson J O Carpenter Jutoh Ham Dameron M jVAshlock CUOover Kredllundorf Mrs i1lendlelon W UCordlcr J Novln Carter Peter Italmer JI Oamanlsch green Kerrlll W H Daugherty J K Hruce Dink Fanner Anderson Carr JO Hprntt JII lover W K Amon J W Peak UK Martin Mes crPaxton W O iloutt W I Martin HUIIJUellIIIIIIO III50n liros Hpoouiinioru I W URrlcr lien I Martin I F Lawrence NDChristmas Novelties We have just put on sale n beautiful line of serviceable articles for Christmas gifts Pin Cushions Handkerchief Boxes Glove Boxes BaskeU Drawn Linens Pillow Tops Neckwear Gloves Newport Scarfa Ties Togucs Pillow Handkerchiefs Linen Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Initial Handkerchiefs mud hundreds of other pretty things in our Christmas comer Come and eee n SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I sUllplyor storeS year1IIOTOGIIArllsDuring RENTThe heI MATRIMONIALI K- yCHICKENS TURKEYS StockholdersMeeting hnnirreoltrctlonnlui Personalty PUBLICSALE1 1II111slI A- uctPOSTED ileppLesdrs WATCH This Space and Our Windows for Attractive and Suitable Christmas Gifts LM RUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes and 5 and JOc Ware Opera House Block Opp CourtHouse Main Street Stanford Kentucky We have a large line of Christ mas Stationery Dolls Books Pipes and other goods suitable for Holiday gifts but the stock is being picked over rapidly so you should buy early Our line of MEDALLIONS PICTURES at a moderate price as well as hand some FOUNTAIN PENS is especially strong PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Pioneer Wire Fencetra l Square mesh and the Best Wire Fence Model For sale by E T Pence Tr Stanford KyvDealer in Farming Implements Buggies Surreys Et J v LfiThe Interior Journal Entered at Stanford cu ttcondclats matterITOBUHHitD TUKSDAV8 AND FHIDAT Ar 100 PER YEAR CASH WWben not to paid f 100 wilt be charge TURKEYS MAinntothfrouaTurkeys for snle From Jlra T K Jlnhlwln blue rllilm wcnrers For particular write me Mr J K I jnn llox Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOStt k CLASSaOK Frcn JUNCTION CITY KV- VintClati Tarnonti at Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and nay For Sale For Sale Privately bouse and 10 acre of land situate Jart outside of town limits on the Somerao 1Ie House hat 7 rooms kitchen and ler liable and al eeeenarooutbuildinells Water hydrant and one fortie yard J P BAILEY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist t STANFORD KENTUCKY- Office over McRoberts Drug Store it the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Iiaving determined to quit farming will m rllrm or f5 nerl near 111 prlvntely OHltnllroml Oiles fromyore aHdon well UenvllleIK miles front altwdedonplke 01011 cOlIslsts or corn hft andhorsesand brood ont mare stock Will lonmU sell at n bnrgnlu If I find a buyer In the next or 40 Unys- It B KINO Moroland K- yLNSURANCE WIndHtorm Uf and BEST llle Companlea Repraeiettd Paying Lowest Heo 10 and udTwithMAHONY Stanford Kentucky 1 Residence Phone No 81 BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD K- j t dal attention to Commercial Men Your patronage it solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale 1 wish to sell privately my tarot of the LextWest on relllmltelIton It li well Improved nnd hu yltinty of water and timber In repairsad Also an unimproved farm of 100 acres nnd Lox between LancastermidwayIsIng bigton pikes Cool outlet each Well ltltlNGfcmoed Terms reasonable TIJJ Msjrkibury Ky lYE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASEYOU- Why ready nindo clothing whun there taBOllUliMlllTtrenfit the price of ready made suits unit a to your measuru 3nkun an expcrliiieitl tailor have Dantlsanellneof Fall nl1l Winter goods I von make from n low price business milt to the finest dress cult Overcoats Trous around honey Vests The company I rep accent Is second to none J1IO ItITIL1Y The Tullor Mtnnfonl Ky e 1iCe lar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IlarnessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Cftko Phone Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm an Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for art Kinds of Stock Give jttem a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT J H Swopo sold to A P Sloan three yearling mules at 95 A P Sloan bought of F L Thomp son 20 calves at 650 D M Anderson sold to James Mc Kechnie a cotton mule for 95 James MeKechnio bought of J M Rankin 23 cotton mules at 130 J J Thompson Preachereville has a number of good meat hogs foreale- WANTEDTo buy a small scrub cow fresh and good milker M C Saufle LThomas C Rankin shipped a carlond of mules to Neunan Ga Wednesday Rome Hcspcss is said to have ro ceived 14000 for the good marc Martha Gorman LOST a Poland china boar weighs about 175 pounds left a week or10 dnys ago Adam Pence Jr Durham Cecil Mahan bought of John R Knox of Boyle a bunch of 1400pound cattle at 4SO LOST red steer showing n little brindle and streak of Alderny stock weigh about 750 Reward for reo covery L H Swope Stanforde Russell Walter bought 40 900pou steers from Charles Robinson at 3c and 80 fat hogs from Thomas Marks bury at 5Jc Harrodsburg Herald A black boar weight about 60 or 70 pounds came to my place Dec 2 Owner can gethimby proving property paying for this notice and his keep F W Davis Stanford Goodrich a noted stallion sold by Hops Laudeman to Elliot C Cow den has been presented to the New York Breeding Bureau and is en route from Lexington to the East The Department of Agriculture esll mates the total production of cotton in the United States for the present year at 6001726000 pounds equivalent to 12546000 bales of 500 pounds gross county court day one yearling steer weigh 450 to 500 pounds Borne white on hams and horns 2 to 4 Inches long Also a red stag weighing about 825 pounds Reward for recovery T B Hammonds Darn Devil the most beautiful ligl harness horse in the world who only a few years ago cost Thos W Lawson 50000 was knocked down in the dls persalsaloof the Dreamworld Stud last Monday for 9700 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of little Truman Elmore who was taken from usSu day morning Oct 14 The death angel came and took rtimlfus our little darling we loved so much These mysteries are hard to understand but God knows best and docs all things well The bible tells us that where our trey ures are there our hearts are also and when we have treasures in heaven our hearts go there so often Jesus sal Suffer little children to come unto Me and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of heaven- I have a little angel Far above the dark blue skies She is just as sweet as ever With golden hair and dark blue eyes Fwas hard so hard to have to part It seems to almost break each heart Jut God in wisdom knoweth best And so He took her home to rest She was only 15 months of age It seems that I can read each page Her life was short and mostly pain Till God took her and made heaven her gain Our home is often lonesome and sad But Jesus comforts and makes us glad There are so many sweet promises in his word That it seems that one is always heard I know she must be happy there For Jesus took her in his care Oh if it were in my power I wouldnt call her back not for an hour We gather up garments and place them with loving care Tis sad to think that these no more shell wear But God knew best and took her in His care And now shes in heaven so bright and so fair MOTHER Given Up ToDale B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Evnnltllc Ind writes For over five- years 1 was troubled with kidney and bladder atTevtlons which caused me- much pain and worry I 10stl1esh- and was all run down and a year agoh- l1l1 to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did- me no good and I was practically gh- en up to die Foleys Kidney Cures recommended and the first bottle gae mo great relief anti after taking esoond bottle I was entirely cured Pcnnys Drug Store Edna Arc you going to get one of- those pancake hats 7 Ethel Yes just as soon as I can r tee the dough Dealers say that those who have used Chamberlains Stomach and lh- er Tablets are quite loyal to them and can not be persuaded to take any bstitutc Get free sample at Stanford Drug Co give them a trial nnd- you too will want them In preference to any other They cure stomach troubles biliousness and constipation asrtG Outwits The Surgeon A complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bowels had reduced MrsThos S Austin of Loavenworth Indi to such a deplorable condition that her docto advised an operation but her husband fearing fatal results postponed this to try Electric Bitters and to the amazement of all who knew her this medicine completely cured her Guaranteed cure for torpid liver kldno disease biliousness jaundice chill and fever general debility nervous ness and blood poisoning Best ton- Ic made Price 50c at Pennys Drill Store and Lyno Bros Try It In upholding the jurisdiction of the Oldham circuit court in cases involving violations of the Sunday law the court of appeals sustains what is believed to be tho contention of those interested Inputting on the lid in the cities In Kentucky The L N Railroad wa fined for working men on Sunday Danger In Asking Advice When you have a cough or Cold di not ask some one what la good for It as there is danger in taking some un known preparation Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs colds and pro vents pneumonia The genuine is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store By simple silence one displays Great wisdom here below It is by speech a man betrays How much ho doesnt know Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr KiagsNewLito Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle the trouble and the purifying work goes right on Bust euro for constipation headache mild dizziness 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Rhyolite Nev offers 50000 for a ight between Jack OBrien and Tommy burns the contest to take place between April 1 and April 15 1907 Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup tho new Laxative l stimulates but does not rritatc It is the best Laxative juarnntced or your money back ennya Drug Store optionthe drys 802 majority Bank FOR SALE I llonutlful uptoilnle llttltf home fly rooms rovontlon hull hull light wntti newly jmk rett nod pnintttioit Illrll lot All condition Inrgo Itnhh with venterIn town and convuiilimt to churches WILMCHnnaaTMlltitn- fordPoultry And Eggs Wanted pwill pity highest nutrient price for Fur keys KKS liulnesnutl nil other poultry Also rahulls Will IH found continuity nt my olllcooii IxinoaiterHl J K Uuoklocu nmimitcr II Nortbcott Look Out for Bargain III It Oiltl1 take for So closet U boxi ri eullintteiuidpnown20andFIylklII t price for lrOlIlle- cD J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky JflMES Ma PHILLIPS STANFORD KY Dcxixa is Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build tiers Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build tug purposes and do all kinds of concrete work Prices on application ra ss DOLLS 1 DOLLS II U From 5c to 5 hnv the Mild IWI lln of Itoiltutu tiv IIIlIdtIII11I In Htunfonl nml mil nod Inipvct IIIITC n complete Toilet Conulno HrU HhnvlilK Fronch 1410 StagII HoU Mlrron and nil tin 1ei nelrffnr Ilio r Itct ludlm mile Nuvclllv Wc nl tt I nil flirt toys til IVtry Ilnnot Tin Hot ricliirn Drumn llnriu A htrJltlnnletc nnil mtclmnlrnl to nmrxU of Yniikvt We linvt Mnlnlllon I IIIunllolu I Stanford Drug Co I et ltita a I ON THE CAMPUS M N CIThe best year in the histoyof MIDDLEBURG NORMAL COLLEGE Resolve plan come CALENDAR Winter term opena Jan lcloses May 20 1007 Spring term vpcns March 21 closes May 15 1U07 Entire expenses 84250 to 850 for five inuntliH depending on grade COURSE OF STUDY Primary Intermediate Advanced High Scholl County Certificate State Certificate State Diploma Pedagogy BookKeeping Shorthand Typewrit ing Instrumental anti Vocal Music Elocution For further itiinrnmtion address J S LAWHORN President Middlebur f Ky i First NationalStanford aF Capital Stock 50000 This Institution wu originally eitkbllibed ai the Deposit Bank of Stanford In U3I then reorganised ai the National flank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorgantied ai the Flnt Nitlonal Bask of Stanford U 1613 having bad practically nn nobler ruptoJ viUtence for n It It better lupplled now with facllltle fug transact lug buslneii promptly and wllI han erei before In Its long honorable carrnr Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers 1 9 HgOKKK Pro I 9 T HARRIS V Pre J McKOBCKM Cibi W H WRAHRNAiUChr Directors r Held Uanrllle I T llirrli sanford J Hacker Stanford R L Tanner McKlnnej II Elniura Stanford 9 II lHUrbmitn ftanurd T P 11111 Stanford h Robinson Rubble J II Uaurhanmnlllanfor4 J Pet u HtBnfoH 0 K Taste Stanford the Lincoln bounty national BanK Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 J SURPLUS 2000000 = == = OFFICERS a r S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B OWHIBV Stanford S iL BIUNKS Stanford 0 W OAIITKII Turncrtrllle W n OUMUIN PreacheriTllle t O Ooocu Wayneiburg W II TnAYton Gilberts Oroek n L tlDnnir Lancaster W WALKKH Stanford J D FotTcit Stanford W D SHANKS Stanford J D PAXTON Stanford We respectfully iollclt the nccounti of individual Firms and Oorporntlont hanks and Honkers lire prepared to furnish all depositors such accommodation ai are connlstent with safe buiiklng modern Hufoty Dupojlt lion In our vault for use ot our customers GRIFFON nRA WD- cLOTtiE9 4 Grifon Brand Overcoats and Cravenette Rain Coats Best Try one jSAA ROBINSONSTANFORD KY A xmas suggestion lVc 2 J- s l1 A Suit Case flakes an Ideal Gift We Have a Full Line Prices 125 f to 650 W Be Perkins IKentucky 1 Something new in our show window Stop and see the Rochester Table Ware Chafing II Dishes Serving Dish tl es Serving Trays Crum andtTray Brushes Sugar Bowls Butter Bowls Cake Baskets Coffee Pots Tea Pots c De signed for Christmas presents W H HI Stanford GGINSI Cut Your FeedGrind Your Corn Pump Water Saw WoodtUSE THE HAiAN dASOHNE ENGINE They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 TO 50 HORSEPOWER Hagan Gas Engine Co Winchester Kyp r Fo- rXmas r s Goodsr Come to 5IMJ- I GEORGEH FARRIS D