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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tr I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 18 1006 NO 79 Pay Up or Be Advertised Crab Oralinnl y1n- enrrlalloftltslorsarrounlsInIfl liniuli lur coli If not or Jitny iv NT I wllUcvirllMHiHlinilil wry ikir win niYoiiiit for wilt lit Wl nu tKuilMith In tin I9Tr JOUIIKAI ant fill potter i which will Ut pobrlIitpublicpItU T JIHU HherllT StockholdersMeeting A iiirottnaof lhuttkhohhrr of tint Nn tlornl Itnnkiil Ilinliviivlllo will IM lurid at tlirtr Imnklnif IIIIUM In Iliiilonvllli1 tho e mill Tuwlny m Jiuumry iwfl Imlwiwi Omul It AM fur tlls tmrpowt of ducting iHrra turn 101wtt the running jnnr J W UOCKKH Umlilcr Commissioners Sale I Miuiiln Circuit Court ad air nlntlfL vt- Llneotnfltgglnrtu1 IIflndnllh Ko41n- fir idle Iuraiiniit Inn Imlgmont of tin Lincoln clrruit court In Ilienliovc ttylii notion taw 1I1111r innntnr roinnilulntiiir will on- t StUNDVYJAN II IliIlotwon I that 8f In rout of the court hon door In Hlnnfonl Ky suit nt public uutrv to the lilKlivtt mill IMIt iiltlilnr rtst iliit which U lipiwlii pillar dutcrlUil tvltllntt thv ulatn of plnrntItigIrcnlent Amnliibi MlmJlim nsI at t Ihrll U but ills nnowiMlrlnlmtoMlttlintof J K McOln nu lorthrunl ot IJIKI Th salt r iil u1111U locUil In flnroln Inuiity Ky ninr this town of Urllll rrhsnl mll Ws t thrrvof fin the turn plkr IfmUncfroinrntliOrvlmriltoHtnnrorU on North Me of until roitil nml It on ID Hnuth liy Mid ronil on ttlu forth by t fir U lumn laiiliiii Ito Knit by Wltllnni fti5 or unit on the Wtit by Allrti Wllllitnu ixiituilnliiK two ucrc moro or IuT4rala will limilc on II rntllt slx month mid till nurcliiwrwlll lsrrtplnri- to iMiuil fur thw piirrlwM prlro 111- 1111IronIMCUfltJIIInhhlos Phu commit rnte of n per- rtest twr nnitunt from Into nf snlntutttl fral- dnn1hntlnutlxntrcaSuit iITii1 of n Jnilic tuint UIHIII which vicculloil mny Ilts Hi maturity If not pistil GEO a BAUlLRY M C U C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Uourt t Cnrtrr tier riool lo 1lnlntllT tw J K Cnriwin vlnl IKtunilnnt Nolle of Mnh IurMiitnl tn it ludgourlt of Ills ltnrolii Circuit Iourt rout slottylydn- cttau the uiulirtlnnnl Mnttvr Commit loner of MI court will un MONDAY JAN II ItC plwrii nnil t f In trout of thin court boss door In HhnlinL h sull nt public the amt hat ItliMxr the i 5IetstswidthIhrrulnatlerdrrrltsiIur no nuuli thurof n5 limy Iw mcciwiry to 1 riniit me of rTCtilogithir with the cods of lilts nctloiiwhlrli uinoutit to sm v- lntskt11glhsrnlhr amount 111 to is rrnllirU III7i Tlc Mill rrul tttale U locatrtl III Lincoln rounly KynndlslouodrlonlhsNnrthbrI- tlr UiHlof 1Wlarsou Ads InrMiii II IM r on JninrtCnrxoiiiontha Enslby tlis lands of JH fur hy on U West liy tin IniuUnf Mrs Mllilmlmulfin tllr Miutli liy tliv Htalifonl lu tonvflK tumplkv roa Uiiilnniinit Tanerr Tbi sale will is iinulv on cmllt ofsix montbtniwl inimhHwr will IM 1111111- to broil fur lhtt Ir Itl- lnllnllIru111IlIhllJ Iu thin INnnniUt rt this mho i f s wr toldtiininl wvun r tuiiitl on thv iHiulvoM OEO U 8AVF1BY M C L C C Commissioners Sales Lincoln Circuit Court f Itobliltt m ml m r Iinlntlrtv Jnn itnt111 llIIrt at NoIlew 01 MnI rnrtmnt to n lnilimi nt lif the Lincoln rirrun Court In the nstrlfIrl nctlott the umlrumil Mitlir ConunUlonor of wild court on MuSDAY JVNILVUY IITH tw UtwcMn I nnd J r In lint of tint mart hoiiM iloor In Htnnfonl Ky toll nt pulillo outcry to the hlahi t snit Iwt lilihtcr rrnt iolnto whlrli U li n lnntlir iliwrllx tl thn 11II1IlIdUIIII1 studfdorTb d iii r ivirixl urn n lUmlNi lulmr of Innl tSK with INT rrutJntrn fromiviMh until pnlil nnil AIM the further awe of JH1S K bib Mil fffTV This Is to III Mill ronl intnti will iniiilH s one Amnmln UoU rt to Jn phllml- IIIsI11tiITYdtslrut slid Is rrconbd In the unit ur I IhA Llcolo Iult court In liH llnKiktmij alb The llimt il In Llnroln county Ky nliout tlirn mil wnitlitiut of frntiorclmnlln whist li known n llloh hallow llwl lsxuultd n follows hgla nlnxpil Mrs Itolirrt rurmr nt n lintnch then North 40 list hnincli thrnoi Wot to tho top of n Ida fiance Mouth Ui tin homl of lhi lint branch thence Ynu around tho tirlnkofthf hill Mr Roberts lint thflieti to th iRKlnnliig contnlnlng 10 nets or lass Thin nli will Iw iniulo on o or lIt ofsix inonthii unit tin pun ha rr will riiilntlto gltt iNiiiil for purohiiir prim with approttt snurtty to till Jnls inliiloniT Ixiirlnn Inlrriit otlr cent IMT nnniini from ilato of solo lIhl ii list ImvliK thv fires nnil caret of n ludgalrnl upon which oxwntlon tiny ont inntiirlty Inol llhl to urllr ur lutriaadof- which a lion will tw rctnliutl on the sold OEO D SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners SaleLincoln Circuit Court H K Owiloy IlnliitllT va J U KnrrU et ill IMtr11dnit5 NotltuorHale IlirmiuiH to n ludmnont of the Lincoln Clrcillt Court renderiHl In this III yin1 notion Bt tho Novemlmrtorm tun taw till dornlgned Jliuter UoniinlailnnHr of said court will on MONDAY JAN II 107 iKtwoon I nudT 1111 front or the court 1 lioiiieilirar In Htnnfonl KytlI nt pulillo uuti ry to tin amt lH it tho real eiituto whlwli U 1IrIIIIInrlIorllIIII In lusty itfudpnnatobadatslintlluafunaldI- 0wr by IIIIIIIUIT re for the suet of plou with n per iont Inter ut thiTfon from April at lHstnndtliH furth er inn of SVHTt with it per cent Into rest thereon hunt Nut 10 nnil the further mi m JMfi tho onlnllllhIIII i afon Mild belllieulgraltoncruIltof tilil1 pnlil Now ivw and odd Isy IJHtni tOKetlivr with tlmcortsof lliU netlim ThHinld rent ettitto U locnted In Lincoln county Ky near the town of MllledKuvllli nnd lioiindid nnd duncrllHHi nil follow DeRln tho cooler of tho utrcol or road- thetlCO14iNRiSlxIutaliiikstoitgaW pott thenco N K U polei to fiMico N IN H I Itolu yl llnkn to it Htnko thuncoHNK K YY polelfthe lirmioh tluMico y M1yIM to M Him till aIl111s them hlIlnu tII E al pelts 17l1l1k 10 ors IInolh his Ilno N 1 tale tu ho cor fir of tho funeo thencu N M n tono thenco N W pole Wl1Ielilo center of tho street or V2Ipotesellnkstotholst- gilltllngcantnlnhl t acres s of real eitnto wilt former IMtlei by Lose Olbson into will be mndo on n credit of six r10l1toproved ocurlty i COIf Interest nt tho rata of par coat studhIeayingTo further locum mimo n Ho n will ho nititliUMl on the hind sold GEQ B SAUFLBV M C L C C t LET THE SOUTH LED under this captain the Philadelphia Record suggests that in undertaking the national task if solidifying am rejuvenating the Democratic party it will not bu tho part of wisdom to ito to either New York or Nebraska for leadership That part of tho Union which furnishes tho electoral votes fob Democratic presidential candidates should bo allowed m 1908 to write the platform and name the men behind whom the party is expected to rally Tho mass of the party throughout the country is thoroughly tired of radl cal experiments Tho South through all the years of reconstruction and reaction since tho closo of tho civil war hus persisted in steady allegiance to tho principles upon which tho party was founded and upon which tho poll cies of tho country were molded dur ing tho strenuous formative years of tho nation It Is clear that South urn Dcmifcrata who made tho early days of tho Republic illustrious though out of power for a generation have not lost the trick of statesman ship There are hundreds of ablo Southerners in public lifo and thou sands in prIvate lifo who are fit for any duty which tho country might do volvt upon them WJiy should not tho Democratic party go South once more where It found Jefferson Madl son Monroe and Jackson and whero Lincoln was bred Thu scars of war are healed The most serious prob lem that confronts tho future of the nation is to bo dealt with and settled 01 a Southern problem In this behalf tho North acting precipitately from sentiment rather than knowledge has made unfortunate mistakes Why should not the States below Mason and Dixons line in the present exigent situation resume their commanding political importance especially now that the line has been erased and sec tional hostilities obliterated In Praise of Chamberlains Cough Remedy There U no other medicine manufac tured that has rccolovcd DO much praise and so many expressions of gratitude as Chamberlains Cough Itemed U is effective and prompt Intel follows Its use Grateful parents everywhere do not hesitate to testify to Its merits for tho benefit of others It U a certain cure for croup and will prevent the attack If given at the first uppoaranco of tho dlsea o It U especially adapted to children as It Is pleasant to Jako nnd contains nothing Injurious Mr K A Humphreys a well known resilIent and clerk in the store of Mr K Lookof Alice Capo Colony South Afrlcasaye 1 have used Chamberlalnu Cough Remedy toward oil croup undcolds In my family t found it to bo very baUsfnctory and tljlve me pleasure to recommend It Fur sale by Stanord Drug Cow The sate stwashaving his shoes shined And is your father a bootblack too 1 he asked the boy No sir replied the bootblack my father is a farmer Ah said the professional humorist reaching for his notebook Ho be lieves in making hay while the son shines Topeka State Journal Public Speaker Interrupted Public sperkors are frequently In terrupted by people coughing This would not happen If Foley Honey and Tar were taken U cures coughs and colds nod prevents pneumonia and consumption Tho gcnulno eon taint no opiates and is In a yellow package Pennys Drug Store Ho walked to save the streetcar tare He often lunchless went Ho wore last winters hat again- A coat which had been rent Ho bought for her with what ho Saved A locket In a case Sho straightway placed within his gift Ills rivals smiling face Danger In Asking Advice When you have a cough or cold do not ask some ono what Is good for It as there Is danger in taking some unknown preparation Foloys Honey andTareurt coughs colds and pro vents pneumonia Tho genuine Is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Are you tho managing editor Yes sir II I suppose then that you are re ijwnslble for that report of our Christ las pantomime that referred to my laughter Mattio as Fottie Take that II Orlnq Laxative Fruit Syrup the tow Laxative stimulates but does not Irritate It Is tho best Laxative juarantecd or your money back ennys Drug Store During a nightmare W W Thomas n farmer living near Hopkinsvilie sprang from his bed fell and received Injuries which resulted in his denthI NEWS NOTES Chicago Marion county went dry Saturday 121 Up to date 74 persons havo been kill cd since the hunting season opened Tho New York Dally News made an assignment and suspended publication According to a French medical jour nal there aro 223234 doctors in till worldJeremiah Curtin master of 70 Ian guages and translator of Quo Vadis Is dead at Bristol Vt With nearly J75000 hoarded away in banks Dr Frederick Gocssling is dead from starvation nt Troy N Y Despondent as a result ofa quarrel with his brother Edward Smith a son of William Smith suicided at Princeton Tho Southern Railway has completed a tunnel through Lookout mountain near Chattanooga a distance of 3800 feet Four of the train crew of the Can non Ball express on tho Texas and Pacific railroad were killed in a headon collisionChairman Shouts has announced that foreign contractors arc to bo barred from bidding for tho completion of the Panama canal- Indictments were returned against four members of a swell club in In dianapolis charging them with operat ing a gambling room and selling whis ky Two officials of the Oakley Convict Farm in Mississippi were idly wound ed as a result of a dcspcraR effort on the part of the Negro convicts to es cape Without being exerted to its utmost tho now battleship Kansas slightly ex ceeded her contract speed of 15 knots an hour on her four hours trial run at Boston The fuel famine in the Northwest is assuming serious proportions and tho President is asked through Senator McCumber of North Dakota to in for a new trial for Mrs Angle Birdsong was denied at Hazlchurst Miss and she was sentenced to five years In State prison An appealwill bo taken Fivo men attempted to rob the girl cashier of a candy company in Chicago Two of them were arrested and the money recovered by the police after a lively encounter Business formerly done by two big tobacco companies in Princeton may be transferred to Paducah and ware houses erected there to replace those burned by n mob R L Athcrton a Confederate vet eran and grandson were killed near Owcnsboro by being struck by a fast passenger train as they were crossing the track in a wagon During a temperance lecture at Bcattyville tome skunk threw a bottle of whisky a knife and a rock at the lecturer The bottle of whisky struck a lady and caused great indignation Tho Louisville Nashville and Louisville 8 Eastern railroads agreed to pay the State 1400 each in settle ment of nil indictments charging tho working of employes on the Sabbath Loud applause greeted the verdict of County Judgo Blaylock at Princeton when ho dismissed the case against William Winters charged with com plicity in the burning of tho Orr and Steger tobacco stcmmcrics on December 1 Andrew Carnegie in an address be fore the National Civic Federation in New York said that he believed thuj the major portion of tho estates of enormously wealthy men should go to tho State upon the death of till possessor of the fortune Mr Carnegie opposed a graduated income tax King ofCough Medicines Mr K G Case a mall carrier of Canton Center Conn who has been In tho U S Service for about 11 years says Wo havo tried many cough medleines for croup but Cham berlains Cough Remedy Is king of all anti ono to be relied upon every tune Wo also find it tho best remedy for coughs and colds giving certain re stilts and leaving no bud after effects For sale by Stanford Drug CoLabels showing that tho contents arc blends or compounds of spirits must be placed on all bottles in which such liquor is sold under a ruling which It was reliably stated in Lexington will bo announced soon by the Pure Food Commission which has been revising and studying standards for whisky and other products Long Tennessee Fight For 20 years W L Hawls of Dolls Tenn fought nasal catarrh He writes Tho swelling and soreness Inside my noso was fearful till I began applying Bttcklcns Arnica Salve to tho sore surface this caused tho sore ness stud swelling to disappear never to return host salvo In existence LJnoI s IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Bland Johnson Isdead at Dan1 yule There are 1225 pupils now enrolled at the Somerset schools Cyrus Langdon has been appointee postmaster at Science Hill- S N Coffees store at Whitley Sta Lion burned causing a 3000 loss The whisky men are talking of con testing the local option election at Somerset because the election was held tec close to a general election J A Dykes accidentally killed his 14year old nephew James Barnes near Somerset Mr Dykes was hand ling a pistol when tho weapon mysteri ously discharged The citizens of Junction City hays organized a Commercial Club Dr J R Steele was made president W A Reynolds vice president Dr H S Chase secretary M D Ransdall treasurerIn Knox Circuit Court the law yers of Fred Stewart charged with the murder of James Higgins offered to accept a life sentence for their client After a conference the prqsecutlon refused and tho trial was called Tho court of appeals affirmed the decision of the lower court in the case of Ben IIufTaker for killing a fellow prisoner in the Eddyville penitentiary lie was given the death sentence At tho time of the killing HuflTaker was serving a life sentence for murder in Iuloski county Somerset has organized a Law and order League with the following officers V P Smith President W J Brown Secretary Fred Curtis J E Claunch First Ward W J Brown J II Allen Second Ward F T Nell M C Williams Third Ward Schuyler Hail John Tuttle Fourth Ward P T Mayhall M F Reddish Fifth Ward Felix Vaught Morgan Crane Sixth Ward Tho object of tho league is to uphold the city and county officials in enforcing the local option and other lawsThe last rail on the electric street railway was laid yesterday morning at 10 oclock completing the line to tho Somerset Sanitarium says a dispatch from that place The poles for the wires have also been completed and the stringing of wires is now being pushed and the manager of the company Dr W Godfrey Hunter says he vill have cars running for the holidays In the spring tho line will be extended out several other streets of the town and a complete belt line will probably be tho final result of the work THE CYNICS CHRISTMAS Same old Christmas As of yore Same old nuisance Same old bore Same bum Santa i Same exchange Christmas givins Very strange Same old holly Same old cheer Same old presents As last year Same old slippers Much too small Same cigars No good at all Same old Omar Same old ties Nothing novel Meets my eyes Same old greetings Same old ills Same old gameness Even bills A Texas Wonder Theres a 11111 at Bowie Tex thnt8 twice as big as last year This wonder Is W L Hill who from u weight of 90 poululs has grown to over ISO Ho says I suffered with a terrible cough and doctors gave mo up to dlo of Consumption I was reduced to 00 I began taking Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and 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 Storo and Lyno Bros 5Po and 81 Trial bottle free Antonio Cassiameno an Italian of Irvlngton N Y is dangerously ill as the result of eating part of a porous plaster Cassiameno had a pain in Dr E J Smith advised the patient to use a plaster Cas siameno after tearing oil a it with the the doctor had prescribed and swallowed tho dose In n few he was taken violently ill Gov Luko Po Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthro gist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper lent known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than any ono remedy I hake ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all druggists and country stores h DIMONDSand if a Reasonable Prices tilt h As the HOLIDAY SEASON approach ftIio IJee our displays in all departments reachthe zenith of corupleteuesiandeepeeialiy is t this noticeable nt this time in the showing ofanew and beautiful designs of artistic SILo t VIm and GOLD JEWELRY and DIA MONDS Novelties in Jewelry that haotnever before been exhibited in n city of this size are to be found among our flip play- sEven if you are not ready to make your purchasewe would ap inspection of this splenr yrf did display Then when you are ready you will have an exact knowledge as to where the best values and Choicest designs are to be had We Cordially Invite You to Visit our Store While in Danville HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Christmas Greeting I 11 w1t Are You Ready or Have You Thought ofXmas wa scud this to sound the alarm That another year is closing and to mike others happy you want to put 011 your studying cap to know what to- buy nnd whero to find it We ARISE TO A POINT OF ORDER TO IN FORM YOU THAT THE CIIAS WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTON MLLE is the proper place to buy your CHRISTMAS GOODS Yes we have purchased large line of XMAS GOODS from THE OLD MANnnd not his BOYS consisting of everything to tickle everybody from tho Little Tot to the Gmndnm TOYS GALORE 131814Esnnd Books for tho young nod old Everything from a Jumping Jack to it Hobby Horse Jewelry We have a lino to please everybody A epcial lino for handsome gifts that no ono would bo ashamed of Firstclass unit strictly reliable General Line Everything that is kept in a general store Wo have a special salo on in Clothing every day 10 per cent oil 011 Overcoats uud Suits LADIES and CHILDRENS CLOAKS Everyone n Bargain New stock MILLIN ERY 25 per cent off to clean tip for the season New stock A largo stock of Slices nt the old Prices Notwithstanding the advance on Shoes we will continue to soil at old prices lsiyno atcntion to what others may ulxnit 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 tno right prices We give you a juuro deal Wo dont wnnf it all Wo like to have other people dosomehusin rWe give fair treatment to everybody f J = An inspection of goods and comparisonof1 prices is iuvited f t t Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Horlware Groceries c u The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH It a candidate for lloprcsentntlreof Lincoln county tubject to tho action IHtuio ratio party J T ROBERTSI- i n cnndldnto for MnKlttrate In the Ornb Orcbnnl rlnl Instruct to the action of thutlemocrntloparty- A CLEVELAND 0 man while riding on an electric car dropped his false teeth into an open pit in the car floor and they got mixed up with the motor A short circuit wasestab lished and the car stopped suddenly The motorman worked for an hour or two before ho could get things in running shape and that much time was lost The fellow who lost his teeth has filed suit for damages against the Street Car Company while the latter wants damages from the man for causing the delay The trial of the case In the Buckeye State will be watched with interest TUB statement is made that about 91600000 crossties were bought for steam and electric railways during 1905 and the steam lines alone spent 30600000 in round figures for this single item At this rate it wont be many years before tho forests are denuded of such timber Iron ties have abeentried but not successfully and it remains for some inventive genius to overcome the emergency apparently soon to exist IT is calculated that John D Rocke feller gets 114 every minute of the day and 69918400 a year not count ing some pennies And yet he would no doubt give it all to be as happy as some of the children in Stanford will be a week from today when they find their little stockings filled with good things Happiness is one of the very few things money can not buy IN a statement given out at Gainesville Tex Senator Bailey claims he will be sent back to Washington by at least 116 out of 163 votes in the Texas Legislature on joint ballot We hope the Senator is right but we fear he is setting his majority at too high figures Ho will do well to win by a scant margin JULIUS PERSKY of Hammond Ind who averaged 100 cigarettes a day has gone the way of other such fiends It is estimated that he smoked over 500 000 during his life time He bought them in lots of 5000 and 10000 DOES a motherinlaw constitute a family all by herself is a question now being argued by lawyers of New Jersey We are not expert testimoney on the subject but wo are rather in clined to think she do THE Somerset Mountaineer has gone up the flume and James R Cook has been appointed receiver In so many cases Mans a vapor full of woes starts a paper and up it goes THOMAS H PICKLES editor of the Richmond Register has bought that paper from the estate of the late R W Miller for 2055 POLITICAL It is probable that the Ship Subsidy Bill will fail of passage in the House Carrie Nation has written a letter to Gov Beckham on the temperance ques tionFriends of John J Barry of the New Haven Echo are trying to get him to announce for State Senator Tho scheme to increase the salaries of members of Congress to 7500 n year was defeated in the House The first social function of the season at the White House annual Cabinet dinner was held Thursday evening Congressmen from the Middle West aro urging the President to use his in fluence for a revision of the tariff Among tho items in the Urgent De ficiency Bill passed by the House was one of 250000 to carry out the Pure Food law It is stated that at a meeting of the democratic State Central Committee in Louisville tomorrow Henry Hines will be chosen campaign chairman The President has bowed gracefully to the Houses objection to simplified spelling and hereafter all public docu ments will be printed in the old way A delegation from Kentucky that is seeking the improvement of the Cumber land river had a hearing before the Rivers and Harbors Committee Saturday The Urgent Deficiency Appropriation Bill which passed the House Saturday is expected to receive the sanction of the Senate before tho holiday adjourn mentSenator Dubois of Idaho bitterly at tacked the Mormons in a speech in tho Senate saying that an aristocracy of polygamists was being built up by the church officials Beth Houses of Congress will adjourn Thursday for the Christmas holi days unless the Senate should change the programme adopted by the House which the younger element the idea of the administration for the extension of the Federal as set forth by Secretary Root in a recent speech finds little support in Congress r HUSTONVILLE At n meeting ofihdirectors of the Middteburg Bank Saturday a per cent dividend was declared The thanks of rural route carrier No 1 is extended to Mr J B Honaker for a substantial Christmas gift Cowan McCormack shipped a car of hogs and cattle to Cincinnati last week paying 5ic for hogs and 2J to 3c for cattle The bazaar of the Ladies Aid Society did a splendid business Saturday despite the inclement weather They think of having another during tho holidays and will announce the date later in case of a favorable decision Sam Burton son of John D Burton has arrived from the West to spend the holidays at home amid the scenes of his school boy days Marshal W H Lair and family have moved into their now home on College Street Dr James Wesley of Middleburg bought the farm of John Martin on Green River for 3000 Ho also bought 150 barrels of corn at 2 25 or 30 stacks of hay a bunch of cattle and a lot of farming implements completing his outfit for farming Ho will take pos session Jan 1st and will bo quite anal quisition to that community We are sorry to note tho serious ill ness of Rev F SL Burk at the homo of Mr J K Helm Sam McKinney has returned from delightful visit to Tampa Flawhere he was handsomely entertained by Mr and Mrs T B Gal lie Emmott McCormack has returned from Cincinnati quite sick caused from overexertion in trying to spring the price of live stock on a dull market An ideal dining on the 16th given by Mrs D S Carpenter in honor of her mothers 76th birthday was a feast that would tickle oven the palate of the Khedive of Egypt The long and suc cessful hotel experience of Mrs Car penters catering with the daintiest qui sine to hungry hundreds of commercial pilgrims for years established for her a well deserved reputation in this line About 20 relatives and friends from Danville Stanford and other points at tended manybringing beautiful flowers for Mrs Weatherford CHURCH MATTERS Rev J Barnes meeting at Hopewell Rockcastle county resulted tions Eld Jos Ballou will preach at Lo gans Creek church Sunday morning at 11 oclockAt Dr Donald McDonald of Danville has just started a great work in the building of a high class college Rev J L Yandle has the call extended the Presbyterian church here Heis a good preacher and should makea most acceptable pastor Senator McCreary of Kentucky has introduced bill to incorporate the In ternational Sunday School t of America Among the incorporators named in the act are of Louisville and W A Eudaly of Cin cinnatiRev Dudley Moore of ntnvuillo Anderson county has accepted a call tendered him by the Goshen in the southern part of Anderson county as pastor of church for the next 20 years lIe has served this church for the last 23 years Rev John Bentz of Covington who has been sued by Mayor Joseph J Moser of that city for 10000 for libel and slander on account of the ministers fight against alleged poolrooms has given up the against gambling Bentz says hedhasubee all that he has to gain illwill be sued and be threatened J Pierpont Morgan has imported the post costly copy of the bible ever brought to this country The copy was made the Monks of Cluny France in the 13th century Pricked in the same box with this was an old English manuscript the original warrant for the arrest John Bunyan the author of the religious book next to the Bible in amount of sale For the two Mr Morgan is said to have paid 25 000 MATRIMONIAL Robert L Ashley aged 24 and Miss Pearl Lane 15 were married at Warren Coffmans Saturday CaseybothDanville The bride is only 15 years old Martha Hunt who claims to be 105 years old wants a divorce from her husband aged 90 They live at Salina Kansas After marrying five sisters all of whom died or were killed James Crav en of Mt Gilcad 0 has now wedded and lasttoW Y Saunders of Bowling Green and Mrs B of Pulaski were married at Munfordsville The bride and groom are each about 60 years old A husband and wife separated since the San Francisco earthquake each believing the other are to be reunited soon as the train bearing Mrs Hattie Politz westward reaches Stockton California Here and There All of the city railways of Chicago have been priced to the city for 50 000000 Gen Nogi the Japanese Commander who captured was thrown from at Tokio and badly hurt J J Lemon a policeman of Now Kensington Pa fatally shot one bur glar and captured another when two proprietorW F Bywaters a prominent Vlrjginia sportsman was killed by thec brothers of his of a day while attempting to leave the house where he stayed on his wedding night A QUARTER OF THE TIME usually spout In tho selection of J6v Iry can bo saved if tho selection Is mado here And a quarter of tho price Tho assoriinentofWATCUESDiA MONDS AND FANCY STO 1B RINGS CHAINS JEWELRYGOLD AND SILVER NOVELTIES is ra murkablo In many ways but tho mostrinteresting feature Is tho very modesty prices at which hcso really beautiful and excellent goods are sold W H MUELLER Jeweler PUMPSltltt r All Kinds all prices any de- pthROOFING Ke All kinds all prices S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Sale of Personalty I will on WKDNKMDAY DKC 19 nt my it ldenro Ijj mlle troy lu toiivlllo on HiiinforU pike will ut public auction thu fol lowing jHTSoniilty A lot of miichlnrry contUtlnif principally of two cultivator n cutting Imrrow twine binder wheat drill corn planter tc Koothone wllgolI goo plawagoutl hnrues Iiukbonrd- I I phiiton i gentle family lioitci two milk- COWO lotuf aIInaUa of timothy liny IU bale let Ac Ac- NalowlllbvKlnallOA and terms will IM announced nt tho tlmo lEO II HOUIN8ON Huntonvlllv Ky Col J Chandlers Mid ViTAE0jgMothers of Mankind Inln Killer nlrm Destroyer Phrase Ilnl- lhherlIlood VltulIlr1 Ililth Inud Htrungth Restorer IX II Bogie Uenerultg- entPUBLIC Marksbury Kentucky SALE I I will ofTer nt public lo tit HIT piece ono tulle Houtli ot urnersvlllo on the old Mar UnplaeuunSATUHDAY DKO lull 1IIIIIIInlllg at Jo oclock x tho following de c rlUtl property Your horMmand onu hrootllllllro In pal to oul1f milk cows nr111tg heifer in sheep hou hold ami kitchen furniture su IxirreU of corn Khocki of fotliltr wagon surrey and R lot of farming Implements IVrmi mado known of wile It U MARTIN KyinLook Out for Bargains Sad bo Sure to go to the Right Place to Get Them llent brand of Calico nt 4c nil plcco tc Jn pro Monn anti UojVOloth HUlpondert11eIfs HugarlU oundi for fl llrown augur 4u Den iyrup2So gallon Ohrlttnmi goods and many pretty present Klre Work nod mail toys for tho children Come come for tho next 15 dayat and get the benefit of low prices D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky PUBLICSALEI I will sell at public auction on- HATUHDAYDKOtt at my farm ono mile West of Htanford on the HuaUmvlllo puke the following deocrlb ed pertonaltyt wo pair good work milieu to 7 yours old 3 good brood inarej bred to IrvHtou lllly a years olda 1111- 0Clllllhlnlt1l11l1ru1 Dignity Ware lllly I yens old high actor and very fancy One excep tionally goal family mnru uyearold mill lion bjr jumbutta Wllkei out of Annlu U hyIIrWliiku yearling lllly yeer old Jock hunch breeder mule colt tub one yeurllllg mule colt Rood milk row all milking lot of brood sows I ex IraOIUboar lot chlckulu shocks of fodder bale of hay lot of corn In crib lot lumber and locust IXItl 2horxe on S buggies l How urrey lot of plow new binder mower wbeut drill cultivator etc lot of buggy harnctc Ingle and dou ble lot of wagon harneis plow gear nice curt mad wellbroken irony potable forI ytdIlesTerms made known on day of tale W L McOAHTY Htimfonl Ky Col JI Chandler Auct a LtYIN01N OOAI should now bo tho one cupatlon of the thrifty forth next fnwttnyfc We will mak ItllIlNIIrllll oiiConl wit are pressed fur room We carry compkto line of the Kent ClradcH commuting of llluu Iviii liolle Julllco MUfd Cannel Ilex nt both Htanfonl mild Rowland yanl Our coal U nlcvly ncrowmil nod nil burnt up WSEBDENHAM StockholdersMeeting A mwtlng of the tockhoUI r of the Kin National Ilank of Blnnford will bo held a their tmnklng bonne the iwond Tueulay III January for the purpo of cltfttni dlrvctoni fur the vniulng year Jons J McltonKHTXCaihlrr Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tho ttookholdon of the Lin coln County National ItntikofHtatitord will nt house the recu- tTuealnyInIanuury11Qfurthe purpose of electing director year W St IIUKlHTtathler Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to limy farm BU mile Writ of Huitonvllle t r Htatlou conltingofiInrnsof rich blue gram hemp or tobacco In gnus Thl farm eau bo e divided In wlvantagu to III to haven good dwelling on each plero aUo necrauirjr outbuilding Tim farm lay alinoil In a wiuare onlifllIU angle In lines There tire threo I good tobacco lama stables tenant house good witter In every Held lx laitln spring s utmimi running through whole track J HTKKIB OAHIKNTKH IluaonvIl- leKyPOSTED We whose names appear Iwlow strictly forbid hunting nhlng or wild kind of tree luiHlng on our place and pro Vutu vl ohitor to tho full extent of the law Fred VnUrll nlchllIblllb Urns KmlVonAllmori VoiiOruenlgun Kritl llauniiiiin leorgo llolmen- K llelchenlmch Jouph llallou AO Dunn MJilofiminnM D Klmoro IIIrll1lTlllnllnIIlhrlstlnaUrnyion J U JurllItrJacob JcHwefn Ham Dameron- Mr IJ Anhlock 0tloverVred JInndorf MrnMlVndlcto- nWL Oordler J Kevin Carter Ieter Italmer J ISCamenlsa- hfinen Kerrlll W H Daugherty 1IlIruc Dink Former Anderson Carr JO Hpratt J K lover W A moll J W IVnk IL K Martin Mealier A Iuxton W l Martin HllIIIIIlmiy M Kdonllur Mow Ilcrry Alex Cooper Mrs Mary lute Mr Walter Warren frs Matilo Hlmpioii llro Tlnsley Hpoonamore I W Curler Den Martin M K Lawrence Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court II D Holtzclaw plaintiff Chat Davis defendant Notice of ak Iuntuant to n Judgment of tho Lincoln circuit court rendered In above tlled action thu undcrtlgnod maitercomr will on MONDAY Jan K IWJ7betwien and i In front of the court houto door tn Htunford Ky Sett ut publlv outcry to the highest nnd- bet blddarthii Ito which Is herein after deecrllwd or ao much thereof to satisfy thu BUIII vt wltblntercitthereonut the rate of n Iw- renbpcranuunlfront W Ifuo until paid co thll action The uald real estate U situated In Lincoln county yII1d U bounded on the North by tho land of W N Durham helm on tho Mouth W It Hnilth mutt on the Kant by Wilson and on the Weat by Hiiilth1 andond Isn purl of thelnudof thu Utx ItIv erfafmof tho title n W Jamm on mo North klde of the Hlchmoiul road about lure title North of Crab Orchard bad em brace het ten acre of hind morn or lcon which thero I u dwelling hoiuo and out building Tho wile will bo made on n credit of nix month and thu purchaser will Iw nxiulred to glvu bond for tho with ap proved ocurlty iHiyahlo to tile cueu11ISsleu ur and bearhng Interest lit the rate of per- eat of male mntllper annum from date to bllothu rorco unit eUect- fajudgment and to further Iecunl the nlllo n en buTItllllll1 on the land mold GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C I FReSDNT5The no longer buy for presents articles that are not useful and what can be more useful than things we oftOvercoats Suits Hats Shoes Underwear Ia Shirts Neckties Suspenders Mufflers Um brellas Suit Cases Handbags Fancy Vests Silk Handkerchiefs Collar Buttons Cuff i Buttons c y You can select the most useful ar Ji tidies and as handsome presents- as one would wish See our stock and maybe we will have just what youare looking for H J McROBBRTS STANFORD I KENTUCKY ChristI mas Stationery Dolls Books Pipes and other goods suitable for Holiday pickedIover rapidly so you should buy earlyI Our line of MEDALLIONS and PICTURES at a moderate price as well as hand some FOUNTAINPENS is especial ly strongPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Pioneer Wire Fence Square mesh and the Jest Wire Fence Model For wile by E T Pence f Jr Stanford Ky Dealer in Farming Implements Duggiug Surreys Etc GREAT BARGAINS I IN HOLIDAY GOODS CALL NOW W B MoRo berfs DRUGGIST I9TANFCViDPLIISONAGtiupervslon II J y t Handkerchiefs 5o Embroidered or Initial Linen Hdkfs 10o Linen Initial Ililkfs ir Box of Six 85c Emhd or Luce IldUfs 2XJ Pillow Handkerchiefs 10 and IGc Hack Combs 2itV5c to 260 Funny Gaskets 16 25 5c to 3121 Cloak Scarfg Wo 1L 8lf 0 Pin Cushions CO jiM3 8100 and 82CO lrenlll1 nlbdIidkIs6075c8tIR5 Prawn Llnon Table Cover and Dresser Dresser Scarfs net 62 and 26Q Scarfs 23 CO 7Sc 8100 up to e 400 Drawn Linen Dole lOc to S3 Gold ft leiiriifnhllo Umbrellas 92 to 85 Zephyr Shawls 2iKi to 2 Mi Silk Petticoats 85 to 80 I Ladles Coats at cut prfccacLadies Suit at cut prices Childrens Coots at out prices STAMrono KYI DIJT IK lOG Wn havo received a big supply of Comic and Leather Post Cards Iun nys Drug Store PERSONALS MRS CICTKO UUYNOIDS is convalc InK PIIOF J W IiiKtAND was in lUch mond yesterday CAIT D H GOYEN Is with his Cam fly in Lexington MR L WARNER returned to In dianapolis Friday Miss ANNIE PHILLIPS spent lovcral days in Lexington Mn W W WITHERS of Lexln ton was hero yesterday Mn A W CUHD and wife of Dur gin were hero Friday MR SAM G CASTELLO U visiting hIs parents In Wayne county Miss EVA BAILEY of Mercer Is with relatives in tho East End MR W II SHANKS made a business trip to MU Vernon Friday MRS F L LUTZ cf Louisville was tho guest os Mrs W S Jones MESSRS JOHN n FOSTER and Chi Lutes were at Winchester Friday MESDAMES J F llOLIMM AND W MASON MORRIS went to Crab Orchard FridayMR CEO T WOOD leaves today for Oklahoma and Indian Territory on a proipoctinR tour Miss DOIXIK McIlOBERTS returned Saturday from a protracted visit to Richmond friends MRS A K TiUYixm and son Zai have returned from a visit to her parents in the country Miss SUSAN FISHER WOODS returned Saturday frnm a protracted visit to Mrs EH Dorion at Memphis TUB Current Event Club will not meet until the third Thursday In January we aro requested to state GUAOPK II BRIGHT FERUIIX who has been transferred from Lawrcnci burg to Iturgin was here Sunday Miss HATTIB FARMER of Rowland is with Parksvillo friends She will go from that placo to Springfield to visit MM KITTIB KINO and pretty daugfc ter Miss Georgia King of Crab Orel ard were callers at this office yesterday Miss SARA DUNN will bo hostess at the next meeting of the Young Ladles Social Club on Thursday afternoon at 2 oclockMn M E IUUNE8 and wife or redhead passed through Stanford Fr a visit to relativeday in Casey Mit J II FADS and family will ai rivo from Wane county to to tako o charge of tho Tribblo farm on tho Don villa pike MR W II CUMMINS of Preachers train returning vine was on Sundays from Oklahoma where ho has been prospectingMiss TANNER of McKin returning from avisitto her sister Mrs W K Shu gars at Brodhcad BURN to tho wife of E L Mays ol tho Kidds Store section a son cia Lee The mother was Miss Ethel Brady of Rowland JAMES E LYNN is tho that hat arrived al tho homeof MraandMrs Jesse C Lynn a few days ago MR AND MRS G T RIDER of Lou Sunday with Mr and Mrs night both couples left Colemantrip to MASTER CIIARLES PEARY CECIL III eon of Mr and Mrs Charles Peary Co cH celebrated his fifth birthday n hands rdayafternoon Itoyhd about down to help 10 of his young friends him make merrY The cake was a thing tie gifts for his young or beauty offriends ho was recipient gifts Miss Llulo Phillips or many the guest of Mrs George P ILiberty Mrs ltan R lIUJches and- Miss Sara or Stanrord were hero Friday villr s LOCALS FOR Xmas kills go to Farris Fon Xmas candles go to Farris lies got them LOCUST posts for sale D C Slpplo McKinney Ky VISIT our Christmas corner for use fur presents Severance Son SoMBTMiNCi NEWSouvenlr letters eight views of Stanford at Cummins w MgClarytf ti- THE ladies of the Crab Orchard Bap tist church will give an oyster supper storeroom on the oven tho Ramsey the proceeds to go to Ing or Dec 27 the church r r II Fon lamps go to Farris Fon Xmas goods como see mo Geo II Farris BUY a lap robe for Xmas at J C McClarys PRICES right on all kinds of fruits at Singletons store TilE best line of holiday goods to so lect from is at Farris BLACK roosters for 831e Mia al J Spence ioroland SEE our line of ladles and gentle mens Initial Handkerchiefs Sever once Son AM absent from my office now but will be In Stanford Dec 31 for some time W N Craig NEW Ribbons Fancy Stocks Kid Gloves Veiling Chatelain Purses etc at Severance Sons NEW patterns and now losses Como and get your Christmas stamping done Mrs C It Carter Stanford SEND In your orders this week We will close down Monday 21th fora lew days J II Baughman Co ALONG Till NNLngca splendid rural play will hold tho boards at Wnl tons Opera House on Jan 9 STANFORD souvcrnir spoons with pictures of Courthouse Graded School and Male Female Seminary at lIuel IcreNEw supply of gold fish fan tails fish globes and acquariums immertell and green moss wreaths Stanford Green Rouses Fon RENT The Harris homo ol eight rooms on Logan avenue All modem conveniences House is In splendid repair P P Nunnclloy candiesand on hand Oranges bananas lemons malaga and basket grapes will arrive toda Watch our fruit window W H 1IIg gins THE Ladles Aid Society of the Chri Ian church will meet in tho lectui room of their church Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock A full attendance is desired THERR were less than 100 cattle on lie Danville market yesterday Stock heifers sold at 3c nnda bunch of old COWl at 2Jc Tho crowd was small and luslncss generally was dull TilE edltopof the MU Vernon Signal raises a kick because coal has been UII anted from 10 to 11 cents a bushel 110 ought to thank his stars the price is nol1G to 20 cents as it is hero MRS L B COOK who has a fine pe n of Single Comb Rhode Island Hed chicken sent four of them to the East onneasco Poultry Show at Knoxvill and got ono blue and two red ties SALES Bear in mind the sale Friday of George D Robinson in tho Wcs End and that of W L McCarty near this place Saturday Ward Moore or Crnb Orchard will also have a sale on sturday next MR McD ROYALTY has bought or Mr George S Carpenter his home on Whitley Avenue for 1250 and is mov tg into it Mr Carpenter and VICe have moved to Crab Orchard much to tho regret of their many friends hero TUB Stanford WaterLight Ico Co lias the thanks of tho public for Its liberality with regard to furnishing lights theso long nights Frequently the in indcscenU burn from 4 r M to 73- sfWlA hours It takes lots of coal but tho management doesnt care for thllt in its desire to give good and sat factory service TEARS and laughter follow each other in rapid succession during tho two- and onehalf hours in which Miss mrtenay Morgan as Ayesha in Woman of Mystery plays upon tho harp strings of human emotions This will be- by all means tho best attraction of Its- kind seen here this season Waltons Opera House Friday night Dec 28 JOHN YOCUM KILLEDJohn Yocum son of Bollard Yocum of the Green riv er section was struck by train No2 on tho Q C Saturday nf ternoon and Instantly was riding a railroad velocipede iookinSaf ter the block occurred Tho train struck him on curve and literally mangled him Ho is survived by hiS wife and five children Mr Yocum lived in Danville I You Cant Eat Them You cant break them but you can keep and use them because they aro ser viceable and scqslblo our endless array of Holiday gifts We Submit this List for the Convenience of our CustomersICmo and look whether you wish to buy or not Hundreds of other items not mentioned here PHONOGRAPH records for Xmas nt at cut prices at Severance Sons FLOUR at Singletons store will make good Christmas cakes GIVE Furs for a Xmas present J ofT tho prico at Severance Sons rings n brooches in studs in culT buttons etc at oilers Tim ladies of the Presbyterian church took In 57 at their bazaar held in the Ed Peyton storeroom Saturday THE L N will Veil roundtrip tick eta to Louiavillo Dec 20 to 25 and Dcc 80 to Jan lot 135 good returnlnJ Jan holidays I will make tho latest and best styles of photographs at 50c per dozen Frank Cordicr Rowland MRS KITTIE KING will have aaale of her household and kitchen furniture and millinery supplies at Crab Orchard nn Monday next 24th MR J F COVER und his sonIIlow Mr W Woruham have opened a troc cry and feed store at Corbin and are do- Ing a nice business TWENTYFIVE dozen neckties just received 60 cent patterns we offer Cor 39c to the Xmas trade They make ex cellant gifts Cummins McClary HOLLY and holly wreaths Xm1s bells brides and bridesmaid roses and carnations Leave orders for your Xmas flowers Stanford Green Houses FOR SALE OR The W Per aln cottage on Lancaster street fhls place can bo bought at a bargain For particulars apply to L R Hughe Stanford Ky COME to see us for substantial pre ants furniture of all kinds carpet rugs wagons carts sleds bicycle velocipedes Irish mails pictures Ilnd tatuary Tribblo Pence ASSESSOR W A Coxfinds that in Lincoln county thero are3925 male 4 009 children between six and 20 year and 1556 dogs Of course many of tho anlnea were not given in as there is a ax of SI each on them Sow OurMr Thomas R Walton who has successfully conducted a grocery business in Atlanta for a doze ears sold out last week and with his wife will spend the winter in Florida It is probable that he will reengage i tho mercantile business in tho Gate City after tho cold season is over THERE will bo a Christmas treo at agans Creek church Monday cveninf next beginning at early candle light The exercises will consist of speaking ialogues tableaus singing etc It the weather permits thero will bo a aloon ascension at the close of the en ertainmcnt Everybody invited to come and bring presents TUB court of appeals affirmed the decision of tho Knox circuit court In- tho case of Jesse Fitzgerald who woe von a death sentence for killing Mrs obert Broughton Fitzgerald and his compute Amy Sopher were hero jail tor Bbfe keeping and tho soldiers companied them to Barbourville tot trial The woman was given 15 years In the penitentiary WELL PLEASED Rev G W Mills- tor a number of years pastor of the Christian church at Hustonville writes that ho is delighted with his new charge at Madlsonville O He says in a busl- ness letter VVc ate beginning to feol- very much at homo here Tho church gave us a big reception Tuesday eve nlng Wo find a number of Kentuck ions and feel very close to them TUB Jamestown New York Press says Tho walls of tho Samuels almost bulged with tho audience gathered to- pl19S upon the performance of a Woman or Mystery by Miss Courtenay Morgan 1l19t evening Tho company gave a fine production of the play Tho stage Bet- tings wero superb Miss Morgan is a beautiful and talented actress Her personal charm of taco and form fitting the character of Ayesha exactly and- tho applause she received was merited genulno She is ideal Miss Morgan wl1 present tho above play a tWaltons Opera House Friday night of next- week 28th s RESIDENCE on Danville avenue torrent Possession Jan 1 A R WIIIj lace TilE Ladies Aid Society of tho Dap1 list church will hold an exchange In the Ed Peyton storeroom Saturda Black cakes a specialty HOUSES FOR HJN1I desire to rent for the year 1907 tho Helm resldenco on Danvillo Avenue There are five acres of land in the lot and tho home is a very desirable one Also the brick cottage on Somerset pike now occuplld by George T Wood H Helm Stan sord Ky HUTCHISON Mrs Nannie Hutchiso relict of Henley Hutchison died at Crab Orchard Sunday night in her 80th year She is survived by two children Mrs J D Steenbergen and Chris Hutchison Deceased had been a mum ber of the Christian church for many years and was a most excellent woman The burial will occur this morning NEW regulation for postofllcc box rents effective Jan let 1907 The flowing schedule will be used in the Stanford postofllce based upon the kind and capacity of boxes Call boxes 20 centsjlock boxes 35 and 45 cents drawers 75 cents per quarter The new law requires a notice placed in each box 10 days before the expiration of quartet and if any holder of a box fails to renew and pay for box by tho date of ex piralion of the quarter the box must be declared vacant and snail placed In the general delivery MR F G BRADY aged 74 years a mechanical genius of Stanford died Friday last He was the inventor ot the art of sewing and turning shot which revolutionized tho shoe manufacturing business and was also the first shoemaker to make misses and ladies shoes without a side scam These discoveries were stolen fron him and patented by an Eastern shoe drummer of ye olden time He was without an equal as a maker of fine boots in the State before tho war and received orders for 20 and 30 boot from the far SouthSomerset Journal A few tingle comb Khodo lilnntl Hltl Oockrvli front n nulrct pynfor Nile KILLED I our pre arm to kilt hoRsnml wilt dItr tn nny ono within one mile of my pine 1116 each JIAYDKN HHANKH Rowland Ky OF ALL KINDS AT John Store The only store at Oucnliehn Our motto Its Quick unlciuml mmll prol Its Wo toll nil kinds of TOYH Como to us unil bt convinced PUBLIC SALE I will coll nt public unction nt my homo at Jrnb Orclmnl on- HATIMIDAY IlKC 22 llttj of liuul If nul koltl houtu of ilx li In Rood repnlr A burro and other lUtbulkllnu nru on the place Will iiUn sell of In crib tot of liny 78 dues hnrnessetc Lot of liouso holtl and kitchen furniture piano new fold WAHI SIOOUK Omb Orchard Valtons Opera House FRIDAY DEC 28TH pedal Engagement The Society Event of the Season Messrs Walters it Way Present the English Actress Miss Courtenay Morgan In n magnificent production of Mlle Icruhanle Bcautitul Ilomnntio Play Una Femme Mistericuso A of strong Oust A Beautiful Play A Ream Uful Htory Handsomely Mounted Gor Lously Cuall11m MU nro special Importn out tram PnrlsdeMgned and innde from orlglnRI plattluI used bY the fumoun tern hnrn oIlier thnhr Ur larll A drenut or eulth and splendor HcutHon unto nt Me oberti Drug Htoru lrlce7l r i t Childrens Fur Sets 75c to 160CLadles Fur Scarfs Go to 81250 Ladles MuITs 83 to 8i Fancy Stocks 25 and 60c Leather and Fancy Dolts 25c to 82 Leather Bags Site to 8l New Wesley hags 82 and 8250 Beaded Chatalaln Pockets 25o to 81 Fine Towels 210 and 50c Chiffon UulTs 8123 to 82 Windsor Tics 25c Newports 50o to 8150 Laundry Bags 50c Fancy Center Pieces 2JOallll 50c Mens Linen Initial Handkerchiefs 20c Box of Six for 100 Mens Silk Initial Handkerchiefs toe I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY FarrisCnILDRENs PRaroanAPUSDuring CHICKENS lNLII000KNInntordIc- yHOGS HOLIDAY GOOD Wcntzles fynIdcncuanditboutancren II1nrInrtlfor NTeams Woman Mystery USEFUL HOLIDAYJ J 1f- i Are the kind that are a lasting rcmin t1t ties of tho giver Our stock of Holiday Gifts coneistB of ninny usefularticles for men and boys and house slippers for women and girls For men and boys we would suggest Suit Cases Hand Bags Umbrellas Hats- Neckties Suspenders Muiilcre handkerchiefs Watch Fobs CulT Buttons Scarf Pins I1 Leather Collar Boxes Sweaters Pat ent Leather Shoes Gloves Smoking Jackets White and Fancy Vests House Slippers Fur Caps Walking Canes Etc Make our store your Holiday shopping place I CUMMINSMCLARYSTANFORD 5 MAKING GOOD The world likes people that make good and as we invited your atten tion in our last ad to this space and our windows for suitable Christmas gifts we are now going to try tp make goodHandkerchiefs make very suitable and the most useful presents We have a large line of same at the fol lowing prices- 5c each G for 25c lOccach 3 lor 25c 15c each 2 for 2uct25c and 60c each Both plum and c embroidered Also a new assortment of Pillow Tqps nt 15 25 anti 50c Drawn Linen Scarfs Table Covers and Center Pieces at from 50c to 8250 A beautiful new line of Umbrellas with plain and fancy handles at 50c to SO 00 Ladies Felt House Slippers iu Black and Colors at 75c125 and 8150- Fnncy Buck Combs at from 25o to 225 Belt Buckles at 25c and 50c Scarfs and Silk Shawls from 50c to 8150 Ladies Kid Gloves in Black nnd Colors for 81 8L60 and 8200 Every pair guaranteed Come to see us for the rest of the good things that we have for you t L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY r t The Interior Journal Unbred in the PottOffice at Stanford ell teeondtlatt matter VUBL1I1H1IID TUESDAYS AND 61tIDAT1- l AT 100 PER YEAR CASK h Wben not so paid HOO win be charged TURKEYS I Mnunnnth It r on to bred from iirlzo winning penstoms to 1 hens J nil on or address rs W P White Kill View Poultry Farm Irenchen Tille Ic- yNEW LIVERY STABLE irUCI k CLARESONlr- cnJ11NCTION q CITY KY yintOla Turnout at Reasonable Ralee- llpeclal Attention to Trayellng Men and Hay For Bale For Sale Priyately MyhouteandlO acres of land situate jut town limits on the Sotnerse pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and sere Itable and aU yantl room cell at necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard one for J P BAILEY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Having determined to quit farming I will tell my of rib acres near O Hltallrollllllmlleli from Y41141 Iluntonvllle wallfromJ anvlilo situated on pike Crop conslnta of corn hay and broodmares W Jennets UJlnt ntaahargntn I find a buyer In the next or 40 days Ib B KINO Moreland Ky INSURANCE Wlnd8tortlJLUe and Tilt Accident None but the and lleprciented Lowest PosBENT Rates Guaranteed Paying nee onyOnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 BD CARTER to Bruce A Carter 3Successorr livery and Sale Stable iDepot Street STANFORD KY t IUel to Oommercial Men i Your rage Is solicited Horse handled on commission task Pene In Connection L TwooFarms For Sale 1 with to sell prIvately my tarn of 170 aere0 attics West on the Lexs plenty Ington ofkwaterland Umber improved fenced In rc Alloan unimproved farm of 100 acres Ting mldvray between Lancaster and Lox Uood ooUet nv Well tencedTermii reasonable TIJuluUNO Martubury Ky GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU bUreRdymnde clothing when therts tssolUtludllTureiiculn the price of ready made suits n to your measure tAken by nn experienced tailor have u handsome line of Fall Winter goods I can make front n low price business unit to the llnmtdresi suit Overcoats Trous ers end Fancy Vests Tho company I rep resent Is second to none 1H 0 KUPLBY Tie Tailor Bltuifoni Ky i e ceAar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesjSaddlery JUNo STANFORD KENTUCKY t Offlco Phono 167 dome Phone 33 JLBeazleyCo d Undertakers and Embalm ors Alao Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right TANFORD a KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT D Tucker bought in Boyle county 50 hogs at GJ to GIc- WANTEDTO buy a small scrub cow fresh and good milker M C Sauflej R II McElroy sold to G L Jlaydon his farm of 400 acres near Springfield at SO EsTRAYA white lamb left ollr place 10 days ago Finder please notify Coleman Lutes LOST a Poland china boar weighs about 175 pounds left a week or 10 days ago Adam Pence Jr McBrayer Moore of Boyle sold to F W Murphy of New York t ltady Marguerite a fine trotting marc for 3000J Cook Co of Lexington sold to A M Illchburg of Fort Worth Texas a twoyearold saddle stamon for 51500 The noted 13yearold bay staUion Ben Holliday by Hanover hat been purchased by the Mississippi Agricultural College Col Wilson Dunn has sold his fine young trotter St Peter to Lawren Rogers for 1000 The colt has stepped a mile in 215AdvocateILOST red steer showing a little brindle and streak of Alderny stoc weigh about 750 Reward for recovery J II Swope Stanford Charles Lutes bought of C E Tat for Simon Weil two carloads of 131 pound cattle at 460 and of S T Harris a carload of 1400pounders at 5c At Winchester Filmore Osborne sold W B Green 54 1310pound cattle at 3c S D Goff sold to S Weil 250 Tex cattle one and two years old at 3i IllS A black boar weight about 60 or 70 came to my place Dec 2 Dwner can get him by proving propert paying for this notice and his keep F W Davis Stanford Members of the Farmers Dark fo acco Protective Association have rok en steps to form an insurance company with a capital stock of 20000 to carry insurance on tobacco warehouses md prizing houses controlled by the as lociation in the dark tobacco district oC Kentucky and Tennessee There are only five voters in a township near Santa Fe N Mex and four of them serve on the election board There is no doubt how the four will vote since two are Republicans and two are Democrats but the fifth man is in doubt For his benefit speech haves been delivered red fire has been burned and campaign literature has been supplied Tho voter declares he will not cast his ballot until the last minute Before the close He believes in makiriji the election officers earn their money a Given Up To Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over fle years I was troubled with kidney and ladder affections which caused a c much pain and worry I lost lIosh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I bad hreo of tho best who lld me no good and I was practically gh- en up to die Foleys Kidney Curt vas recommended and tho first bottle gave mo great relief and after takin ho second bottle I was entirely cured ennys Drug Store The Singer Sewing Machine Cos uilding now in course of construction at Broadway and Liberty street Nei York will when completed be the highest structure ever erected by manor office or business purposes The tower 65 feet square will rise 613 fee above the street level It will be sixI feet taller than the Tower of Babel 651 Ceet higher than the Philadelphia City Hall eight feet higher than the spires of the Cologne Cathedral and will contain 41 stories The height of the mail building from celler to roof will be 195 fe ot New Cure for Epilepsy J B Waterman of Watertown 0 Rural free delivery writes Mj daughter utlllcted for several years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Kings NCv Life Pills She has not had an attack for over two years Best body jansers and life giving tonic pills on- earth 23c at Pennys Drug Store and Lyne Uros Francis Drake and John Woodruff former convicts in the State penitentiary returned to their homes near ipkinsville and it was then learned Cor the first time that they had been pardoned last Tuesday by Gov Beck- ham The men were convicted of the murder of a guard at a coal mine during the strike in 1001 Dealers say that those who have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are quite loyal to them an d can not be persuaded to take any bstltute Get free sample at Stan for Drug Co give them a trial nnd- you too will want them In preference to any other They cure stomach troubles biliousness andconstipatlon egg The Court of Appeals held in a decision by a divided court that the revenue act of 1005 so far as it applies national banks is not effective this- year and banks cannot be required to- pay taxes on Government bonds held at- this time The decision affects every national bank in Kentucky Outwits The Surgeon- A complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bowels had reduced Mrs Thos S Austin of Lcavenworth Ind to such a do plorablo condition that her ddcto advised an operation but her husband fearing fatal results postponed this to try Elcctrlff Bitters and to the amazement of all who knew her this medicine completely cured her Guaranteed euro for torpid liver kidney disease biliousness jaundice chill and fever general debility nervousness and blood poisoning Best ton to made Price GOo at Pennys Drug Store and Lyno Bros Try It In Pike county Eliza Daniels shot am probably fatally wounded her cousin Bud McCoy a member of the famou McCoy family of feud fame The woman claims she shot in selfdefense after McCoy had fired at her with a rifle No Opium in Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is not the least danger In cit ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy to small children as contains no opium Or other harmful drug It has an established reputation of more than 30 years as the most successful medicine In use for colds croup and whooping cough It always cures and Is pleas ant to take Children like It Sold by Stanford Drug Co Louis Thomas shot and killed his sweetheart to whom he was to be untried on December 19 and then kill ed himself at Franklin Ala giving as B reason in a note which ho left that he would not be able to support her Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr KlngsNowLlfo Pllla When liver and bowels go on strike hey quickly settle the trouble and the purifying work goes right on Jest cure for constipation headache md dizziness 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard e The old Long Bridge connecting Vaihington with the Virginia shore over which the panicstricken soldiers treated from Bull Run is to bo destroyed A special dispatch from Washington Is to the effect that the Senate sees allure in the Presidents canal plans pod is disposed to keep its hands off FOR SALE I llciiutlful utitOtlnte little homo Ito rooms rvctfutlon Imll Imtli lights water I1cwlIIIIJeItlnUlI painted on largo lot Al outhouses In good condition large slnbl with wilier In town and convenient to nil churches W llMolloniiiTKHtnnford Poultry And EggsI Wanted will par ninrket furl Turkeys tlIIS lulutiii ami nil other Also rnbults Will bu foiinil contJntl al my otllco on IuiiomlurHt J Jlluekloenl iiiiinngiT It II Northcott For Sale Privately Ono double vented carriage with pole sewing nlnclilnOjt rvlrlKtrntor Iron n eI- pair s harrow l new church 6r gall Irltend notllress s rings Nails ttiml Will sell cheap If solil nt once fi11IIAYtihutfonlK- yJIIMES MI PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEALER W Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build dots Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build tag purposes and do all kinds of cons work Prices on I a DOLLS DOLLS 1 From Oc toS5 1 1Il00tlOIn1flloI Gonulno French Stag +olletlids HlmvliiR Pets Hawkers 11 Htla Mirrors mud sill till OCIsoor- Itl nfcv xArv berthIndldmierT- llsllnIslbo very litltnt In tlirlit mss Noviltle Wt luivu lloyn 1 dlaCrlluonl1lnuol 1 11IIlIIIolu IStaIford Drug ri5s Co 1 ON THE CAMPUS M N C The best year in the history of MIDDLEBURG NORMAL COLLEGE Resolve plan comeICALENDAR Winter term opens Tun 1 closes May 20 1907 Spring term opens March 21 closes May 1C 107 Entire expenses 84250 to 850 for five mouths depending on gradeCOURSE OF STUDY Pririmry Intermediate Advanced High School County Certificate State Certificate State Diploma Pedagogy Book Keepiug Shorthand Typewrit ing Instrumental and Vocal Music Elocution For further information address J S LAWHORN President Middleburtf Ky First National Bank oPllllcatiouI Stantcrtl Kyi t Capital Stock 50000 This institution was eiUbllsfieQ U the Deposit flank of Stanford In JUI then reorganised ai the National Rank of Stanford In 188S nnd again reorganized ai thu First National nark of Stanford U 1833 having bad practically an nnlntor rupteJ cxNtMDCe for 43 jean It Is beltn supplied stow with fl lur trnLCtn- K blllnc promptly and well thou ever before lntti long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor noratlons Solicited Officers J t HOOKER Priit 8 T iAKnts V Proa 1 J McKOnCUTS City W n WRAUKNAiitOhn Directors F Held Danville T Hurts Stanford J locker Stanford McKonelM8 II Rauebmau iitanfnrA T P Hill Stanford Jae Hnbtnoon Hubble H llauihtnan Stanford J PflttU Stanford 0 B Tate Stanford the OncQin outtty national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 OFFICERS = = S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WO WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT JC BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B OWSLEY Stanford 8 II SIIAHKD Stanford O W OARTEII TurnvriTllle W H CUMUINS IreachvnvlUe L 0 Ooucu Wayneaburg W n THAYIXJR Ollberti Creole R L nnuaij Lancaster W O WALKER Stanford- J n FOITEII Stanford W H HIUNKS Stanford J n TAZTOX Stanford We respectfully Bollolt the accounts of Individuals Finns und Oor x rntloni flunks and Bnnkor sure prepared to furnish sill depoiltors such ncconimodotloni nl are consistent with info banking Modern tyufety Uonoilt Boxes In our vault for use of our Customers I ciRIrroN N AND CUOTHE3 Grifon Brand Overcoats and Cravenette Rain- Coats Best Try one SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KYJA xmas suggestion c 2A Suit Case flakes an Ideal Gift We Have a Full Line Prices 125 to 650 VBP rl ins Crab orchard Kentuckya 4 Something new in our show window Stop and see the Rochester Table Ware Chafing Dishes Serving Dish 1 es Serving Trays Crum and Tray Brushes Sugar Bowls Butter Bowls Cake Baskets Coffee Pots Tea Pots c De signed for Christmas pres ents t We H HIGGINS Stanford Kentuckyj Cut Your FeedGrind Your Corn Pump Water Saw Wood USE THE HAGAN GASOLINE tNWNEfl They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 TO 50 HORSEPOWER Hagan Gas Engine Coy Winchester Ky Fo- rXmas Goods Come to SEE MB4 GEORGE H ARRIS to II