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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 9 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 21 1906 NO 80 KINGSVILLE Our townsmen arc very extensively Improving tho side walks Rev Bradford bought of Dr J W Acton a small tract of land for OTho Christmas displays In the stores hero are qulto elaborate and our mcr- hnnta are doing a rushing business Tho watercolumn at the pumping station South of Kingsvillo fell a few days since causing an explosion and quite a delay of trains It was soon re placed by a new pump Mrs Moore of Arkansas was the guest of tho family of J A McKee Mr Konln of Ottawa Ontario tie In apcctor for the Dig Four was here a few days this week C M Goode op erator at tho Tower is spending a few days in Cincinnati- An entertainment and box supper will bo given at tho close of mho pres ent term of school Friday evening and is expected to bo well attended Mrs Laura Leo and Miss Laura Dyo havo succoisful term We aretaught a very not informed as to who will teach tho Spring term Eld J G Livingston will till his last appointment for this year Sunday but we feel confident that ho will be called and trust that he will consent to preach for us the coming year Lid Verko of tho Bible College Lexington preached two good sermons at tho Christian church Sunday Ho Is a native of Aus tralia The burial of John Yocum who was instantly killed by No2 last Saturday afternoon occurred at tho family bury Ing grouud near hero Monday after noon and despite tho Inclement weather was largely attended A number of Maccabees from Junction City accom panied tho remains here TJio widow is a daughter of Mrs Sarah Waters Mr Wesley King wife and son of Louisville will spend Christmas with tho formers mother Mrs T K Taylor Miss Uertha Thompson went to Somerset Saturday to spend a week with Dr and Mrs Bradford Warren Virgil Bastin and wife spent a few days with his mother at Science Hill Born to tho wife of John Horton a line boy Claude Hester Is able to walk about in his room on crutches Mrs Mildred Smith and children of Burnside Are visiting her mother here CRAB ORCHARD The ladles of tho Baptist church will give a coffee and oyster supper at Ram scya storeroom on tho evening of tho 27th for tho benefit of tho church Irof Nat B Sowoll will leave Friday to spend Christmas with his parents at London Tho Ladies Aid Society of tho Baptist church were guests of Miss Hcttio horns Wednesday- Mr and Mrs J B Willis are visit ing relatives at Nicholasvllle Mrs Hannah L Steger spent several days with relatives at Mt Vernon Miss Georgia Lewis will spend tho holidays with her parents at Stanford Mrs Margaret Gormley who Will stricken with paralysis recently continues very Mrs Emma Farris who has been seriously ill with inflammatory rheuma tism is improving Andrew Tucker and family are hero from Hustonvillo to spend tho winter with Mack Holmes and family Dr J G Carpenter and W A Carson were hero from Stan ford to sco the Tatters brother who is very ill of dropsy In Praise of Chamberlains Cough Remedy There Is no other medicine manufac tured that has recclovod so much pralso und so many expressions of gratitude as Chamberlains Cough Remedy It U effective and prompt toilet follows Its uo Grateful parents everywhere do not hesitate to testify to Its merits for tho benefit of others It Is a certain euro for croup and will prevent tho attack If given at the first appearance of tho disease It Is especially adopted to children as It Is pleasant to take and contains nothing Injurious Mr E A Humphreys a well known resident and elork in time t store of Mr K Lock of Alice Capo Colony South Africa says I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy to ward oil croup undcolds In my family t found it to bo very satisfactory and it gives mo ploasureto recommend Itll For sale by Stanford Drug Co Great excitement prevails in Mc Lcansboro III over tho big oil well which was struck there several days ago and tho town Is crowded with oil men and speculators Land values are going up rapidly CORNS CunEDCorn Exit will posl lively removo corns fn four days Tho treatment Is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottlo of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing If a perfect euro Is not speedily effected G L Penny t druggist Stanford Ky Temperance in Religion Arc you a temperate person otcourse you will answer Yes Possibly to provo it you will state that your are a deacon in tho church Tho fact that you are a deacon in tho church undoubtedly argues for your re spectability but It does not necessarily mean that you are temperate The excessive drinking of alcoholic liquors Is not the only intemperance It is just one sort of intemperance- You may be intemperate In your re ligion as well as in tho matter of im bribing too freely And carried to excess It is just as dangerousnot only to yourself but to tho community at largeThere has been a tendency since tho world began among tho truly religious to make religion the one and allltn porUttit thing in life This is no doubt a good tendency but It is not properly carried out Instead of making re ligion tho true simple religion which consists in a belief In a Supremo Being and tho living of a righteous upright liftithe goal of their efforts there are many people who attach im portanco to tho forms of religion only There are many who become so thor oughly concentrated upon this ono sub ject that they cannot think rationally of anything else rake any ono of the many peculiar cults existing in this country every little congregation of fanatics has contributed its share of patients in tho homes for the mentally unsoundTo religion to run away with you to such an extent Is Intemperance in ono of Its most dangerous forms Tho case of tho Holy Roller cult in Seattle is a glaring example of the evils of that sort of religious obcrvance which brings about intense mental excitement and emotional Insanity- A brother killed the leader of the cult for leading his sister astray and after having been acquitted of the charge of murder was slain by time sis ter whom ho sought to vindicate So great a hold had tho priest of this order secured upon tho girl that she shot her own brother in cold blood to avenge him- Peoplo who are normally kindheart ed and broadminded have often been led to commit acts of extreme cruelty in following what they conceived to be their religious duty Tho first duty a man owes his re ligion is to bo just to all To forgive even as he hopes to be forgiven To tolerate oven as he expects to be toler atedA religion which makes one selfcen tered and heartless is a vlco A religion which prompts crime is madness In Brussels Malincs and other Del gian towns a novel method of not only getting rid of smoke but turning it to good account has recently been em ployed Tho smoko is driven by a ven tilating fan into a filter filled with porous material over which a continuous stream of petroleum benzine alcohol or some liquid hydrocarbon flows Tho result is that the smoke is entirely suppressed while the filter yields a gas of great heating power which can bo used for domestic purposes and for driving engines The filtering material itself also becomes a good combustible during tho process Public Speaker Interrupted Public sparkers are frequently In terrupted by people coughing This would not happen If Foloyn Honey and Tar were taken as it cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia and consumption The genuine con tains no opiates und Is In a yellow- package Penny Drug Store Man in Congress Great chap Voice of thunder leap scrap Caught in landslide Clean sweep No more Congress Scrap heap Danger In Asking When you havo a coughor cold do not ask somo ono what Is good for It as thoro is danger In taking somo un known preparation Foley s Honey and Tar euros coughs colds and prevents pneumonia Tho genuine Is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Harry Taylor formerly first baseman of tho old National League Club of Louisville but who has been a lawyer for some timo past has been appointed judge of a Now York county p Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup tho new Laxative stimulates but docs not Irritate It Is the best Laxative Guaranteed or your money back Pennys Drug Store In a fight between William Brown and a man named Inman in Whitloy county bott were dangerously wound edI NEWS NOTESIThe first cent States in 1793 sold 82IcountyProf W W Borden a millionaire philanthropist and educator is dead at Borden Ind- Randall Blair aged two years drank carbolic acid at Owensboro and died two hours later A jury has finally been secured at Cynthiana to try Curtis Jet for killing Thomas Cockrell at Jackson Admiral Dewey in an Interview ex pressed great concern over the stagna tion of promotion in the navy Maj Gen S J Wilkins command ing the United Confederate Veterans of Oklahoma is dead at Norman John Armory Knox at ono time widely known ae tho editor and proprietor of Texas Siftings is dead The wages of thousands of cotton mill operatives in New England have been increased from 6 to 10 per cent Mayor Eugeno Schmitz announced in court at San Francisco that ho was through with delays and was ready for trialMrs Fred T Dubois wife of the Idaho Senator in an address at Wash ington declared that Mormonism Is a curseThomas Jeffries of Hardin county was kicked in the stomach by a vicious mule After lingering a few hours he died of his injuries Gov Folk has sued the city of St Louis for 583333 which he claims is duo him as back salary during his term as Circuit Attorney Greater Lexington has a grand total of assessed city property of 22012 10G which shows an increase over last year of upwards of 3000000 Mrs Howard Powers an actress whose stage name was Dollie Powers suicided at Cincinnati by shooting She came from a prominent Lexington fam ilyDeer halls in tho several branches of time National Home for disabled volun teer soldiers netted profits to the Gov ernment aggregating 165454 during tho lost year Tho New York grand jury began an investigation into the New York Life Insurance Companys affairs as brought out before tho Legislative In vestigation Committee Time responsibility for the wreckon the Southern by which President Spen cer and six others were killed has been fixed on Operator Muttox by the offi cials who investigated the matter A pickpocket in shopping crowds at Philadelphia cut a secret pocket in the dress of Mrs Ella V Kober securin 6000 she had received for the death of her husband killed in a railroad two oldest banks in Georgetown the Iarmers and Deposit Trust Co have filed articles of consolidation and will continue business at tho Farmers stand under the title of Farmers Dank Trust Co Mrs Jane Dowio formally signed away her dower interest and any claim she might have on any Zion City prop erty receiving in return a deed to the Dowie summer homo on the shores of White Lake Ballots were cast in New York Tues day for the trustees of tho Mutual and New York Life Insurance Companies Some weeks will be required for tho official count Tho two companies claim that the administration tickets have won by large majorities This is not conceded by the Policyholders victoryva King of All Cough Medicines Mr K G Case a mall carrier of Canton Center Conn who has been In tho iJ S Service for about lei years says We havo tried many cough medicines for croup but Chum berlains Cough Remedy is king of all and ono to be relied upon every time Wo also Und It tho best remedy for coughs and colds giving certain re sults and leaving no bad after effects II For sale by Stanford Drug Co You young scamp roared the old broker rushing in unexpectedly I thought you told me you didnt smoke cigarctea read dime novels or whistle while worked Well yawned the office boy la conically youdoingyou me ing SLong Tennessee Fight For 20 years W L Rawls of Dells Tenh fought nasal catarrh Uo writes Tho swelling and soreness In sldo my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklons Arnica Salvo to tho sore surface this caused the sore ness aud swelling to disappear never to letUln1I Best salvo In existence 250 at Pennys Drug Store and Lyne Bros IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs E H Johnson is dead at Lon don J E Gray formerly of Grays Sta tion Knox county was assassinated near Shreveport La James Miller 1C years of age a driver at the Excelsior mines near Middlesboro was run over by a mine car and instantly killed Columbia Grocery Co of Adalr coun ty with 10000 capital stock has been Incorporated The Incorporators are A II Ballard E L Sinclair and Braxton Mosaic all of Columbia- A committee of Danville ladies have engaged the opera house for the even ing of Dec 2Gth and a big celebration with Santa Claus will bo tho program which will bo given for the poor of the city especially the children says the AdvocateThe of Curt East and the two Simpson brothers charged with killing Bud Kaiser and Nath Taylor at Buck eye Garrard county and then burning the dwelling containing the dead bod ies was continued until the next term of circuit court A big firm of Chicago has leased the magnificent brick structure on the cor ner of tho public square and Mt Vcr non street Somerset and will install a largo clothing store about the first of tho year The building is now being used as a saloon At a meeting of the AntiSaloon League of Middlesboro a committee was appointed to Investigate the recent election and determine whether tho election should be contested It is claimed by many that there was fraud at the polls on December 11 Dr Frederick W Hinitt president of Central University Is In Louisville today Dr Hinitt is busy raising the sum of 30000 from friends and alumni of the university and when this Is raised Andrew Carnegie has promised Aadd another 30000 the whole 60 000 to be used in the erection of new buildings at Danville in conjunction with the college Louisville Post CHURCHMATJERS There are In Kentucky about 400000 children who do nut go to any Sunday schoolBishop Charles C McCabe of the Methodist Episcopal church died of apoplexy in a New York City hospital Danville friends have received letters from Rev H C Garrison who is in Hendcrsonville N C and he is gain ing flesh and doing finely The Ministerial Endowment Fund of the Presbyterian chnrch now amounts to 5003012 It Is desired to raise 125000 by June 1908 in order to receive from Mr Inman an additional 125000 Mr John Stites at the Federal Trust Co building Louisville will receive contributions There will be preaching at the Pres byterian church Sunday by Rev J L Yandle Subject at 11 A M The Prince of Peace Subject at7 r The Prince of This World Christian Endeavor service at 630 p M Sunday school opens at 930 A H A cordial invitation Is extended to all to attend these services The Christian Womans Board of Mis sions has in charge 2790 organizations with a membership of 50000 boys and girls During this year these children have collected 27215 about half of this is used for the support of 500 or phans in orphanages in Porto Rico and India The other half is used for build ing homes churches orphanages and hospitals A Texas Wonder Theres a 11111 at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This won der Is W L Hill who from a weight of 00 pounds has grown to over 180 lie says I suffered with a terrible cough and doctors gave mo up to die of Consumption I was reduced to pounds when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubted in weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough und Cold cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store and Lyno Bros GOo and 81 Trial bottlo free There are a great many mean men in the world but the fellow who is en titled to the palm for meanness has just shown up at Cleveland Ohio Ho secured the savings of his brother who had deserted tho army and then sur rendered him to tho military authorities for the small reward offered Of such is the kingdom of the wicked one Frankfort Journal Gov Luko P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthropist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water Is tho best aper ient known to the medical profession and will euro more diseases than any one remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites DiamondBrand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores Christmas Greeting I Are You Ready or Have You Thought ofXmas We send this to sound the alarm That another year Is closing and to make others happy you want to put on your studying cap to know what to buy and where to find it We ARISE TO A POINT OF ORDER TO IN FORM YOU THAT THE CIIAS WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTON VILLE is the proper place to buy your CHRISTMAS GOODS Yes we have purchased large lino ol XMAS GOODS from THE OLD MANand not his BOYS consisting of everything to tickle everybody from the Little t Tot to the Grandma TOYS GALORE BIBLES and Books for tho young and olds Everything from a Jumping Jack to a Hobby Horse Jewelry giftsthatGeneral LineEverything that is kept in a general store Wo have a special sale on in Clothing every day 10 per cent oil on Overcoats and Suits LADIES and CHILDRENS CLOAKS Every one n Bargain New stock MILLIN ERY 25 per cent off to clean up for the season New stock A largo stock of Shoes at time old Prices Notwithstanding the advance on Shoes we willcontinue to sell nt old Pay no atention to what others may say about advances Just come to us we will convince you We will save you money if you will let us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Ky A C DUNK J It BEAZLEY GREAT COMBINATION SALE At Stanford Ky on Jill 16 Mid 17 07 WILL SELL 160 Head of Stallions Jacks Mares and Geldings Composed of the finest and best bred both Saddle and Harness Stallions ever offered for Sale in Kentucky Some well mated and handsome High Class Teams a lot of Good Business and Show Horse good enough for the best markets Good class of big hone Jacks and Jennets Also 15 pairstof tho best mules in the State Ample Accommodations for Stock and People B3T Write for Catalogue DUNN gl BEAZLEYStanford DIAMONDSand Reasonable Prices We Cordially Invite You to Visit our Store While in Danville HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Why we succeed TL We sell good goods We have tne right prices Wo give you n square deal We dont wnnf it all We like to have other people dolsoma business We give fair treatment to everybody Au inspection of goods amid comparison of prices is invited Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries c tTr tt The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH II a candidate for Representative Lincoln county subject to the notion of JUIUO ratio party J T ROBERTS It ncnmlldntu for Mniilfttrntn In the Omb Qrchnnl Mnglstorlnl District subject to tbo action of the democratic party TilE Southern Railway under tho supervision of Its new president W M Finley is arranging to revise the schedule of tho entire system with the tention of making the service more sat isfactory to the people served by this great system This step contemplate the making of slower time but is to be done for the purpose in the long run of complying more nearly with the shed ules a condition now impossible both the freight and traffic departments on account of the heavy traffic The mov is a most excellent one The public can stand slow time much better than itca waiting for delayed trains Other road should emulate the good example about to be set by the Southern MASTERED by his passion to aid the work of the Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist church starving him self to give to the cause and donating more than 100000 in cash to promote the work Elijah Hays 87 years old n friend of Bishop McCabe was taken h the home of the aged at Edgewater Ind Save an annuity granted by tht church Hays is penniless and completely broken in health His life is a story of sacrifice for the cause to which ht was devoted His one ruling ambition was to aid foreign missionaries A rich reward surely awaits the liberal old gentleman IF the proposed license on every line of business in Somerset is put on there will be some lively getting away from the Queen City of the Mountains From our perch in a tree it looks like the wet contingent of the city coun cil is trying to pay back the business men who dared to vote against the sale of red liquor in Somerset We hope however that we are wrong in our di agnosis of the case A PITTSBURO judge has decided that- a man cannot compel his wife to live with her motherinlaw and even It she did agree to do so before their r marriage she has the right to break the agreement Most married women who have similar experiences will see where the judge is right and that his decree could become universal Miss MARY HAYDEN a man hater woo lives in Chicago has bought 5 OX acres of land in Refrigeo county Texas and will establish an Adamles E len Its dollars to doughnuts that if peopled at all it will be by old maids who arc ugly enough to stop a clock a id clear outside the pale of matri mony IT is a cold day in this December when President Roosevelt does not send- a message to Congress He seems to have contracted the habit of writing a message a day and cant quit Hispic- torial effort was hugely enjoyed by the Senators and Congressmen who really 1liked the innovation A MERRY CHRISTMAS to our readers and patrons Be good to yourselves your neighbors and your neighbors neighbors and dont forget tho poor POLITICAL Yet another message may be sent to Congress by the President after the holidays on the car shortage question- W D Clark editor of the Barbour ville Advocate wants the republican nomination for Commissioner of Agri cultureSenator Morgan made it plain in the Senate Tuesday that he is still skeptical regarding the future of the Pan ama canal Judge Henry B limes was chosen campaign chairman by the Democratic State Central Committee A secretary will be elected next month The Senate may act at this session upon the bill allowing farmers to sell stemmed and twisted tobacco without the payment of an internal revenue taxDuring a discussion over Army and Navy matters in the Senate Senator Warren asserted that there were three guns to every man on our seacoast for tificationsThe of members of Congress to their homes before adjournment has moved Representative Gaines of Ten nessee to introduce a bill providing that when they are absent their pay shall be deducted President Roosevelt in a special message to Congress transmits Secre tary Metcalfs report on the Japanese school question and reiterates his de termination to accord the natives ofI that country full enjoyment of all their rightsTwelve of the Senators who have been elected were nominated by the voters in primaries The growthof the sentiment election of U S Senators by the people is so fast that it may come to pass that the house of lords may to the subs mission of a constitutional amendment to that end h PREACH RSVILLEIMr John Okla returned home with Mr W H Cummins While here ho will visit his brother S D Carpenter- A big crowd surprised Mr and Mrs J L Hntchina at their home here a few evenings since by giving a farwi candy pulling Eeverybody had a most enjoyable time John Million of Cartcrsville while passing through our city a few more ings since about daybreak had tho misfortune to become entangled in one of the Bastin Telephone Cos wires which was down Ills horse became frighten and caused the wire to wrap around his body and arms and as the horse went on it resulted in his being seriously jured A few nights ago two boys still in their teens had a fight on tho highway After two or three furious blows had becnpassed between them hitting only empty space they clinched and hugged each other in a bruinlike embrace How long they hugged and gritted thel teeth at each other is only a matter of conjecture suffice it to say that they were separated by a blind man who was passing by and parted good friends Oliver Naylor who is sick of congestion of the brain continues ill with slight hope of recovery John Bel was badly hurt by a sack of wheat fall ing on him Miss Ellen Blankenship Is troubled by a painful felon Mrs Sarah Naylor is about well Mr and Mrs J L Hutchins have moved to Atoka much to the regret of their many friends here They had lived hero several years and it is hard ti have to lose as good citizens as they were Lincoln countys loss is Boyloi gain Messrs W H Cummins and J L Anderson and wife and little daugh ter arrived Sunday to the delight of their relatives and friends They had spent several weeks in Oklahoma and Kansas and report an exceptionally fine time Prairie chickens and a jack rabbit are some of tho things which they brought with them which are all eagerly discussed by amateur sportsmen and veteran Nimrods- MATRIMONIAL William Godbey and Miss Pearl Hill both of Perryville were married last weekWilliam P Booker aged 85 was married in Louisville to Mrs Amanda Chap lain 60 In Toledo there has been one divorce in every five marriages during the last 20 years John Hubbard and Miss Dona Hop- tIns both of this county were married at Danville on the 19th Claude Trimble aged 21 and Miss I Sis Hibbard 18 were married at Rob ert Hibbards near Kingsvillo yester dayAnnouncement is made of the approaching wedding of Miss Hallie Er minie Rives the authoress to Post Wheeler at the United States Embassy at Tokio Japan- Invitations have been received by her friends here to the marriage of Miss Bessie Walden Sampson the handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs C B Samp son of Mercer to Mr Charles W Se monesalso of that county The wed ding will take place at 2 r M next Thursday Miss Nannie Brent New land of this place will be one of the bridesmaidsMr George W Coulter an nounce the engagement and approach Ing marriage of their daughter Deira to Mr Joseph W Irvine of this coun ty The wedding will take place on the afternoon of Jan 2 at Thornhill the homo of the bride It will bo a very quiet affair with only the immediate members of the two families present Danville News Tim following clipping is from the New York Herald Actresses are born not made Genius is essential to success before the footlights and in making the statement that Miss Courtenay Morgan is an actress the Herald accepts the meaning in its fullest sense Sifted by nature with all the attributes necessary to success in her chosen profession she has added to this a careful study and experience which laces her in the lead See her in A Woman of Mystery at Waltons Opera House Friday night Dec 28- WANTEDGentleman or lady to ravel for Mercantile House of large capital Territory at home or abroad to suit If desirable the home may be used as headquarters Weekly salary of 1000 per year and expenses Address Jos A Alexander Stanford Ky Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in- tho land are Dr Kings NewLifo Pills When liver and bowels go on strike thoy quickly settle the trouble and the purifying work goes right pn Jest cure for constipation headache and dizziness 2oo at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lynq Bros Crab Orchard FOR SALE OR RENT The J W Per rin cottage on LancasterJ street This Inca can be bought at a bargain For particulars apply to L R Hughes tanford Ky There will be no currency legislation at this session of Congress A QUAUTEK OF TUB TIME Usually spout in the selection of jew try can be saved If tho selection U made hero And a quarter of the price too Tho assortment of WATCUESDIA r J MOXDS AND FANCY STONE lUNGS CHAINS JEWKLUYGOLD AND SILVER NOVELTIES is ro mnrknble in many ways but the most Interesting feature Is tho very modestYprices at which hesc really beautiful and excellent goods arc sold W H MUELLERJewelcr PU M F S T tlta All Kinds all prices any depth ROOFINGAll S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber CHICKENS A few tingle comb Khotlo Island lied OockrvU from n select pvnfor snl v IllS Ih COOK Htnnfonl Ky HOGS KILLED I HIII prrpnrvU to kill roue will ilvllv rrtpuny ono within one uillo of my place ut Mo each HAYOKX HIIANKH Howliind Ky VITAE O E Yt Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Inln Killer norm IVstroyur Olwam linn Islwr UlooU Vltnlliir lUulUi and Htrengtli Restorer N IT Bogie Mnrksbury Kentucky General Agent PUBLIC SALE I I will otTer uf publlle lit Ill place one tulle Mouth of Tiiruersvllle on tliu old llIr tin place on HATUHDAY 9 1W- KJBcKlnnlnunt 10 oclock At the followlni described pro erty Mouryounghorsenuld- one brawl iiiuro In to cows 1 yearling heifer 18 lieup household nod furniture Sll barrels of corn 73 shock of odder wagon surrey and u lot of funning Implements Terms mule knotfn ou tiny of sulu It O MARTIN U K U No Btanfonl Ky Col J IOuumller Auct Look Out for Bargains And bo Sure to go to the Right Place to Get Them Kent brands of Cullco nl Jc nil pluco goods In proportion Mens unit lioynOioth lug cut hull in two Working Huniwndttrsut Uc hints iluo mid upwunli ilust yarn lock IBc Hugurtt pounds for fl Drown auger 4u Item syrup 25c gallon Ulirlslnms goods and many pretty presents Fire Works unit small toys for the children Come come for tho next days and gut the uenvtlt of low prices D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public unction on HATl11I DAY UKOS1 Wad at my farm one mile West of Htanford on tho llUHtonvlllti pike tho following describ ed personulty Two pulrgood work mules 8 to 7 yenta II good brood nmrui bred to 1rnstun lilly a years oldes nlce- cotubincd inure Illirilltv Unru lilly J ycur- oldhigh actor mid very fancy Vile uxcep tlonully good family mure 13yeurold stul lion uy Umnbcllu Wilkes out of Annlu byHrJileknand yearling mule colt good milk co cs nil milking lot of brood sows ox trno lU lour lot chickens W shocks of fodder bales of hay lot of corn In crib lot u in Ui r and locust posts jMiorso wagon 1 buggies new surrey lot of plowsnew blinder mower wluut arllls cultivators etvilotot buggy harness single ttnd dou blelot of wagon harness plow gear nlco curt and well broken pony suitable fur children Three mens and two udles sail rm made known on day of saUs W L MtUHTY Stanford Ky Cot J P Chandler Auct IMYINO IN COAI should now bo the oo ciimtloii of the thrifty forthonoxt ftlwdlll- w will make Hrduevd rrlrvsonCiulniw5 lit pr iiHl fur room Wo carry romplp lino of tlioltint flrndes coioUtlnn of Hluu leis llelluJelllco XIUwl Cnnnel ntlW at Iwtlv Htiinford and Ilowlnnd yenta Our coal M nlcel screened and nil burns up ti WSEBDENHAM Stockholders Meeting- A mcotlnit of the stockholders of the Kirs National Hunk of Htunfortl will Iw held al their tanking house the second Tuesday It January wn for the purpov of elvctlnt directors for the entiling year Jnlls J Mcnourarana- ldvrStockholders Meeting A meetliiR of the stockholders the t ln coin Notional Ilank of Htnnfonl will to held lit their Iautking llousu the second Tuesday In JllllullryIIII1 fur the puns of electing directors for too iiMilng year WM nilJUHT Cashier Pay Up or Re Advertised Jlt KdmUtonof Crab Orchard Ky bna- fllllttlllll of his store accounts in my hand and If not paid before Jelly 151UI7 will advertlmxiicli nnil stay wr sons account for mile lit public auctlon ladlr In the IBTKal JOIIHKVI unit on iMwitnrs which will Iw poitcd In public places T IL HILT HherllT StockholdersMeeting A incotln of the stockholders of the Na tional Hunk of Ilustonvllli will Iw held at their banking house In liutonvllle the sec ond Tuesday January Iwtween 0 std x for the purpose of electing direc tors to servo the ensuliiK year J W llorKKK Cashier HOLIDAY GOODS OF ALL KINDS AT John Wentzels Store The only store at Ottcnheiin Our motto la Quick sales nnd nmll prof- Its We null nil kinds of TOYH Come to sun us and bo convinced Blue Grass Farm for Sale I with to soil farm 84 miles West of Ilustonvllle mile from pike and Carpen ters Htatlon consisting of IKi acres of rich blue ur tollllcco laud all In TUlsfnrmcunIn equally divided to- ndvonhigusosatohavengood dwelling on each pleat also necessary outbuildings The farm lays nhnost in a square only one angle In lines There are threw stock barns tobacco luirn 3 stables tenant hUll u watcrln every Held six III ring with 3 streams running through whole truckJ HTKEIK OARPKNTKIl Uuitonvlllc Ky POSTED We whose statues nppeur below strictly forbid hunting llihlnn or kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the luw Fred VonOruenlgnn Helchenbach llros- Kred Von Allmnn A Von lrueUlgnn Fre l llnumann George Ho mcs lloliihenbncht JOSep Ifaillou Dunn M J Hofmuiiii MrsMHaydenWelch M lJ KlmoreI- MVIiKHtophtms Munrllorrniniin J I Nwwolley J W lliiuithinuii JOtJuriwiiter IhunoronMrsIJAshlock Fred Hnndorf W IiCordler J Nevln Carter Ieter JlMlm r J II CnmenUch Oreen Kerrlll W It Iiaugherty J K hence Dink i urntor Anderson Utirr J U Hprntt J K Hover W K Anion II K Martin toutlV ay M KCordler Alex Cooper Mrs Story foplea Mrs Waiter Warren Sirs Mlttlu Htnipson lime Tlnsley Hpoonnmoru p W Carter Dun I Martin M F Lawrence J1DSDNTS icy The time has come when people no longer buy for presents articles that are not useful and what canIV be more useful than things we wear from our stock of I Overcoats Suits Hats Shoes Underwear Shirts Neckties Suspenders Mufflers Um brellas Suit Cases Handbags Fancy Vests Silk Handkerchiefs Collar Buttons Cuff i Buttons c You can select the most useful ar ticles and as handsome presents as one would wish See our stockt I s and maybe we will have just what you are lookingforat HJ McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY We have a large line of Christ mas Stationery Dolls I 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 MEDALLIONSand PICTURES at a moderate price as well as hand some FOUNTAIN PENS is especially strong PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Pioneer Wire Fence iSquare mesh anti the Best Wire Fence Model For stile by E T Pence Jr Stanford Ky Denier in Farming Implements Buggies Surreys Etc BARGAINS e IN l ti HOLIDAY GOODSaCALL NOW W B McRoberts ISTANPORD PciwONAfc supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded f i It Handkerchiefs Go Embroidered or Initial Linen Hdkfs lOo Linen Initial Hdkfs IiiDoxof Six 8Ss Kmbd or Loco Hdlch 25c Pillow Handkerchiefs 10 and trIO lack Combs Ufii76o to WW Fancy Baskets 16 2R COo to Sl21 Cloak Scarf We 81 8lnO PIn Cushions 50 ilio 8100 and 82GO French 1mll11 IIl1krs Oil BIOS Drawn Linen Table Cover and Dresser Dresser Scarfs net ez and 260 Scarfs 25 CO 75c 8100 up to too Drawn Linen Dalles lOc to 13 Gold Poor Handle Umbrellas 82 to 85 Zephyr Shawls 25o to 8200 Silk Petticoats 5 to 89 Ladles Coats at cut prices Ladles Suits at out prices Childrens Coats at out prices SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 9PAJCTOWD KY Dw 21 100 r sUlplyofnys Drug PERSONALS MRS Sun YRAOER is convalescent MR J 11 VANIIOOK of Hurnsid was hero Tuesday JOHN OWSIEY REID Is at homo from Central University Miss IDA MAY CRIM of Salem Ind i3 with Miss Ella May Saunders MRS C E DlSIlON of Mllleihjevill is visiting relatives at Akron0 Miss IKAHL CAM IM ELI will spend Xmas with CnmpbclUvilta friends Mist MARY D KUNNKDY will spend Christmas with Hustonvlllc friends MRS W J ASTON went to Mon tgoe cry Ala Tuesday to spend the winte MR J H loWELL is hobbling around on crutches tho result of a lover sprain LiiftcN DUNN has returned from III nots where ho has been for severe months HOIIERT FENZEL JR of this offic i i will spend a few days In Iouisvill next week MRS EUNKHT WAIWBN of Middles boro is with her parent Eld and Mrs Joseph Inllou- MR JAMK8 B COOK and bride or Nashville will spend the holidays with hut sisters here N MORRIS Is back lrom T for h brief stay with his wlfo and son MKSSRS JAMES C Robinson arc In Atlanta with sever al carloads of mules MRS ALICE NEWLAND of Crab Or thard Is with Mr and Mrs J M Bal lay Danvlllo News MR JOHN REYNOLDS Is moving back to Lincoln from Garrard Ho will 110 on the John Gooch place MR F L THOMPSON JR of Mt Vcrson won down yesterday to see his sister Mrs L IU Hughes IRor S D KESSNBR of tha Grade School will leave tonight for Ablngdon Va to spend tho holidays MRS W M MYEK5 of Hustonvllle brought her husband down to ink Wednesdays mountain tram ERNEST MARTIN of the Soulley section went to IMttaburg Tuesday to tako a position with the Laurel Coal Co Miss DOLUE GOODB who has beer tho guest of her sister Mrs B D Car ter returned to Icrryvillo Tuesday A MISSES SMK TAYLOR AND NAKNU WOODS ENGtEMAN will go to Ashland Monday to visit the Misses Kitchen MRS OPHEUA JENKINS of Rome Ga Is with her aunt Mrs Lucy St Clair who continues in a critical condition NEWS comes from Hustonvlllo that Mr James C Reid has been very Wo are glad to state that ho Is convalescing E E YOUNG who Is attending col legs at Barbourville carne yesterday to spend Xmas with his parents at Highland GFO G MENEFEE is at home from Georgetown College for the holidays r Ho has as his guest Mr H C Taylor of St Louis MR W E PERKINS and wife and Misses Ha Holdam nnd Annie Bro naugh of Crab Orchard were here shopping Wednesday Miss STELLA MCCLARYS school at White Oak will close this afternoon with an entertainment An interest Ing program will be given MISSES MARGARET AND AVARILLA LIVINGSTON of Crab Orchard will f spend Christmas with Mrs Tlnsley Spoonamore and Miss Saute Smith HEATH WILLIS of Crab Orchard was q hero catching on to tho ways of a tole to takingphone exchange preparatory charge of the exchange at his town DRS E J BROWN of this place and J T Wesley of Middleburg attended the meeting of tho Rockcastlo County Medical Society meeting at Brodhead Wednesday MR W II SHANKS is now a full fledged lawyer Ho got hie license at Mt Vernon the other day after passing a highly creditable examination by At torneys C C Williams and L W Be hurum MRS J II HOCKER of Kansas City fa the guest of her sister Miss Lily Messick Beccher Adams is out after a brief illness FellxITwidwcll who IS traveling for one of tho big tobacco concerns in Virginia is spending tho holidays in DonvilU with Mrs J Beecher THE aged Mr Isaac Hamilton Is crit- Ically ill E D PENNISQTON Is back from tour of tho West Miss MARIE MAIIONY Is visiting the Misses Collier at Crab Orchard MRS W K WARNER will go to Iex Ington Saturday to visit relatives MRS L M WBTTCRFIELD and children of Livingston are with Mrs M D Elmore MISSBS SARAH SMITH and Maggi Horton of Wayneaburg r were hero shopping yealuiduy MR JOHN BRIGHT of Redford Ind Is with Messrs John and George 1 BrightMR ASHIIY M WARREN of Mobile will arrive in time to cat Xmas dinner with hiii purunU MISSES ROIIERTA AND KATE EIlSI ore visiting lelativcs at Mill Springs Wayno county MRS nETTlE McKiNNEY of Stan ford Is with her daughter Mrs Will Yniter Louisville Times LOCALS Tins is the shortest day in the year FOR RENT Nice cottage J C Me Clary Buy a lap robe for Xmas at J 0 McClarysSPRICES right on all kinds of fruits at Singletons store STORM laprobes hone blank ets etc J C McClary FOR RENTMrs ttiofolmcscol tagooa West Main Street W A Tribble SEE our line of ladies and gentle mens Initial Handkerchiefs Sever anco Son AM absent from my office now but will be in Stanford Dec 31 for som time W N Craig FIFTEEN extra good meat hogs 300 to 400 pounds for sale B D Bolts claw R R No Stanford MR S T HARRIS has had put in place a 15horso power Hogan gasolin ngtno lie uses It for cutting feed itcPnorocnarnsDuring holldaj I will make the latest and best styles or photographs at COc per dozen Frank Cordier Rowland MRS KITTIB KINO will have aside or her household and kitchen furniture am millinery supplies at Crab Orchard on Monday next 24th TwENTY rivi dozen neckties just re ceivedi CO cent patterns we otter for 39c to tho Xmas trade They make ex chant gifts Cummins McClary SEE ad of tho great combination Bolo which Managers Dunn and Beaz ley will hold hero on Jan 1C and 17 Some highclass stock will be disposed at SOME GEEsiJ E Buck manager ror II B Norlhcott Co brought in a drove of 300 geese tho other afternoon They were bought in West Lincoln and CaseyE- VERYIIODY pull for great combination salo to be held here Jan 16 and 17 When writing to your friends East West North or South dont forget to mention It You quoted coal too high in Tuea ays paper said Mr J H Baugh lan to us tho other day Our prices are 13c to 1Gc per bushel Wo bought irlysorno coming In now that was argulncd for four months ago BAUGIIMAN Mr Thomas Baughman aged 83 died at tho homo of Mr Ben right In Boyle Wednesday night after a protracted illness Ho suffered a stroke of paralysis some months ago- and had been confined to his room since lie lived for many years in tho home near Walnut Flat now occupied by Mr doll Chancellor and ho held his membership in tho Cumberland Presbyterian church near by up to his death Mr aughmans wire was a Miss Dunn and- she died some 1C years ago They had no children but partly raised Mrs M S Baughman of this place and took Mrs J W Baughman when a more child their mother having died when- the latter was very young Tho deceased was a kindhearted good man and his many friends sorrow at his taking away The burial occurred In ellovuo cemetery Danville yesterday ternoon alder short services at Mr rights r J You Cant Eat Them You cant break thorn but you can keep and uso them because they are ser viceable and sensible our endless urray of Holiday gifts We Submit this List for the Convenience of our Customers Cine and tools whether you wish to buy or not Hundreds of other Items not mentioned here 1 I MuskoBeoT McKeciiNiEandJoh AdamsAdvocate CHILDRENS cloaks at cut prices at Severance Sons FLOUR at Singletons store will mnke good Christmas cakes GIVE Furs fur a Xmas present i off the price at Severance Sons RESIDENCE on illsavenue t- rent Possession Jan A R Wallace DIAMONDS in rings in brooches In studs in cuff buttons etc at Mu ellcrB SOMETHING NEW Souvenir letter eight views of Stanford at Cummins McClary INEW patterns und now flosses Con your Christmas stamping done Mrs C L Carter Stanford Sin in your orders this week Wo will close down Monday lath fora few days J II Baughman Co ALONG NflE1IECn splendid rural play will hold the boards at Wa tons Opera House on Jan 9 STANFORD souvernir loons with Jllc tures of Courthouse Graded School and Male Female Seminary at Mue lets COCKING TRUE at McKinney hnve bought of Mr J II Vanhook his store house and dwelling at that place lor JlCOO NEW supply of fish fantail fish globes and acquariums immortelle and green moss wreaths Stanfor Green Houses TUB Ladies Aid Society or tho Bal List church will hold an exchange In the Ed Peyton storeroom Saturday lack cakes a specialty FOR RENT Tho Harris home or clint rooms on Logan avenue All modern conveniences House is In splendid repair P P Nunnelley HOUSES FOR UENTI desire to ren ror the year 1907 tho Helm residcnc on Danvillo Avenue There are five icres of land In the lot and the homo is- a very desirable one Also the brick cottage on Somerset piko now occupied by George T Wood II Helm Stan lord Ky IN order that the INTERIOR JOURNAL once may enjoy a few days rest no paper will be published from this office uesday next Wo feel cntltled to II brier lay old after getting out 102 issues during the present year and hop hat our patrons will agree with us tha we did the right thing In taking a recreation as well as giving them a little est FOURSCORE AND FOUROn Dec 11th Mrs Edna E Hill mother of Sheriff T J lint celebrated her 84tl birthday liar only daughter Mrs P W Carter and her children were with her also two great nieces Mesdames Sam Pholps and Claude Walton ol Richmond She received a number of pretty and useful gifts from relatives who were present while letters and ubstantial tokens cf remcmbcrancc were received from absent relatives A SUMPTUOUS production of Sarah lernhardtfl famous play A Woman or Mystery with Miss Courtenay Morgan in the role of Ayesha is blUed for Waltons Opera House on Friday evening Dec 28 Managers Walters Way have surrounded Miss organ with an especially able company Special scenery is carried for each and every act and the costuming is Buch that the title the best dressed nc- tress on the American stage is more fully deserved than ever before This should prove to bo one of the dramatic events of the season and a crowded house Is predicted THE enterprising firm of Cummins McClary has gotten out a beautiful Souvenir Letter giving eight photograpic vlows of Stanford The first is a picture of the city from cemetery hill the- next Main Street on a busy day and- the third tho courthouse Tho other viows are the graded school Cummins McClarys store Stanford Malo Female Seminary Water Works lake and Buffalo cemetery It Is a fine piece- workof and the gentlemen had to go- down pretty deep in their pockets to have it done They sell them nt lOc each or three for a quarter Get a few and send them to your friends and let them see what kind of a town you live in IIIMcKinney IVISIT our Christmas corner for useI ful presents Severance Son LOST on Main Street a new pair or black undressed kid gloves Lcav at this offlee NEW Ribbons Fancy Stocks Kid Gloves Veiling Chatelain Purses eU at Severance Sons TUB L N wills sell roundtrip tickets to Louisville Dec 20 to 25 and Dec 30 to Jan 1 at 4 Do good returning Jan FRED PAYNE an aged citizen of the East End fell from his porch and dislocated his shoulder He was otherwise badly hurt DONTFor goodness sake dont let the new year catch you owing lor your home paper Como in and settl or send the amount due by mail Do it and do it now COME to see us for substantial pres cnts furniture of nil kinds carpets rugs wagons carts sleds bicycles velocipedes Irish mails pictures and statuary Tribble Pence MR Hix BOURNE aged about 75 am a resident of the East End was dcI clared insane in Judge Warrens cour Wednesday and yesterday Guard J II Alcorn came up from tho Lakeland Asylum and took him back with him CoRUlNIf you hinkCorbin is not a hustling town your opinion will beI changed by a visit there Just thinkI of a city of 6000 inhabitants and only a dozen years old That wouldnt be much to wonder at in tho Western country but here in Kentucky where people take their own time it is something out of the ordinary for cities to spring up so quickly Corbin is also a hustling place from a business stand point The town is full of good big stores and the merchants are always busy Tho L Ns pay roll of 30 000 to 40000 monthly Is a big help Tho greater part of this money is spent at home and the business men reap a harvest from It Two banks flourish in Corbin and their stock is hard to get at any reasonable price There is a first class graded school several private schools and churches of various denominations At present Corbin is very wet with 10 saloons within a stones throw have been voted out but some of the licenses do not expire un ail October of next year The place is splendidly lignted two electric plants turning into almost day One Is owned by the L N and the other by Mr Jesse Mershon formerly of this dice By the Mr Mershon sold his home some months ago to Dr P W Logan and is building another splen did one It willbo one of thohandsom pst houses in tho city when completed- rho firm of Severance Son H Severance formerly of this place man ager has a store and Is doing a hriving business Joe Payne an old grab Orchasd boy still runs the Cot ago Restaurant is doing nicely Juno Reid and Roy Rose of Huston ville are Corbins latest acquisitions from this county The former is with- 1r WI a pioneer merchant and tho latter holds a clerical po ition with the L N Mr Roses emily has joined him and they are coping house One of the pretty lugs is the Railroad M C L It is also a popular with both railroad and town Richard H Logan who used to live in Lincoln but ater a resident of Missouri has a bak cry in Corbin and i doing well with it Mr J F Gover was busy In Worsham Cos pretty grocery when wo called on him is new in the business but seems to be well onto it His son nlaw Mr C E Bower is running his farm near Turnersville during his temporary sojourn in Corbin Altons Opera House FRIDAY DEC 28TH Special Engagement The Society Event of the Season Mes re Walters Way Present the English Actress Miss Courtenay Morgan In a magnificent production of Mlle icrnhanls Beautiful Romantic Play Unc Femme Mistcricueo A Woman of Mystery A HtrongOuit A Ueuutlful IMny A Ivau tllul story Handsomely Mounted lor eoualy Cu tunlld are IleC11l1 Importa tlonl fromPurisdraigndd and innile from orlJlnnl dates us usd by the famous llvrn hllrdt lit lwr thllItlr lu A drwuu of udth and splendor Pilvsts on suit at ltobertl Drug Htorq Irle76c Childrens Fur Sets 75c to 8100 Ladles Fur Scarfs GOoIto 81260 Ladles Muffs 83 to 85 r Fancy Stocks 25 and COo Leather and Fancy Belts 23e to 82 Leather Bags 2iJ to 83 New Wesley bags 8 and e260 Beaded Chatalain Pockets 25o to 5 Fine Towels 25c and hoc Chiffon Huffs 8125 to 62 Windsor Ties 25 Newports SOc to 150 Laundry Bags hoc Fancy Center Pieces Zte and COc Mens Linen InltlalHandkcrchlefs 20c Box of Six for 8100 Mens Silk Initial Handkerchiefs hOc 8 LN1N NNN 1N1 11tN1sr USEFUL HOLIDAY GifTSt1 Arc the kind that are a lasting remin des of the giver Our stock of Holiday Gifts consists of ninny useful articles for men nmi boys and house slippers for women and girls For men and boys we would suggest Suit Cases Hand Bags Umbrellas Hats- Neckties Suspenders MuHlcrs Handkerchiefs Watch Fobs CuftButtous Scarf Pin v Leather Collar Boxes Sweaters Pat 1i cut Leather Shoes Gloves Smoking Jackets White and Fancy Vests House Slippers Fur Caps Walking Canes Etc Slake our store your 4Holiday shopping place CUMMINS MCLARY STANFORD KY 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 to make goodHandkerchiefs make very suitable and the most useful presents We have a large line of same at the following prices 5c each ii for loc lOc each 3 tor 25c 15c each 2 for 25c 25c and COc each Both plain and embroidered Also a new assortment of Pillow 15 25 and 50c Drawn Linen Scarfs Table Coversrind Center Pieces at from 50c to 8250 A beautiful new lino of Umbrellas with plain and funny handles at COc to SJOO Ladies Felt House Slippers in Black raid Colors at 75cS125 md 8150 Fancy Back Combs nt from 25o to 8225 Belt Buckles at 25o and 50c Scarfs and Silk Shawls from 50c to 150 Ladies Rid Gloves in Black and Colors for 81 160 and 200 Every pair guaranteed Come to see us for the rest of the good things that we have for you L M HUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Dpera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY Ilii The Interior Journal Bnlertdin the PottOffice at Stanford c- uMcl4N mailerIVtTBtJHUBD TU08DAVS AND imlDVS ATE 3100 PER YEAR CASH When not to paid SlOO will be charged TURKEYS I Mnmmotu Bronze Turkeys pure bred ron winning pt to otOR U Unll on or nddress Mrs W I White Knlr View Poultry Knrni Trencher illle Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE lUlU ft CLABKSON Pren JUNCTION CITY KY Vbit01a Turnouts at Reasonable Dates Bpeclal Attention to Traveling Men and Day For Bale For Sale Privately XT house and 10 acres of land situated yet outside of town limits on the Bomerse Its Homo has 7 rooms kitchen and ser rants ternary room goodWater hydrant and the lard one for stock J P DAILE- YA S PRICE Surgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Having determined to quit terming I will wll my fnrm of 2IS ncres near nlIrod1I miles fromon1nndon mils welliMnrllle from Ilustonvllle snooted on pike Crop consists of corn hay lzoodvmmnreiu Will bellat Jocks n bargain horse It I llml nnd a buyer In the next 30 or 40 days B KIND Morelaml K- yINSURANCE WlndHtorm Life and teek1en Tire oinanl5LRepresented Lowest Pos Rnd- BIJ81 miNe Rates Guarnnt Paying nee octVnequalled Talk with 3JAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J BDCARTER8ucce overt Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY acyalsttedtioa to Commercial Men our patronage it solicited Horses on commiaslon Stock Pone In Connection Two Farms For Sale 3 wish to sell privately my farm of 170 am5 mites West of on the Lox ejcton pike It Is well Improved and ha Bieaty of water and timber fenced aaa4 In good repolr- Alao an unimproved form of 100 acres Bjlag midway between incaster and lox on Ikes Good outlet wnv Wel- l3aoedTermereasonable TIHKUR1NO Xwrksbury Ky lYE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU why buy readymade clothing when there i suilttludnrerenceln the prlco of ready suitnsults nod a unit mndo to your measure taken by an experienced tailor have a laaJoiuo line of Winter goods I nu make from a low trice business suit to ab9 finest dns suit Also Ovorcoats Trous ers Rod Fancy Vests Thu coniiwny I rep Dent Is second to none 110 KUlLKY Toe Tailor tCeaTj Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HnrneHaSaddleiy c 3TJ NEORD KENTUCKY CfllcePhone 167 dome Phone 35 t4 l Beazley Co UadertaKora and Emb lmIan Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for a8 Kinds of Stock Give 3 aaCall Prices Right akTi FORD KENTUCKY MIDDLEBURG Our merchants are displaying a beau tlful line of Christmas goods- J A Winfrey of Boyle this count has rented the J S Gaylor property and will movo to it this week Nearly all the schools in tho county will close this week and the teache will take a well deserved rest The Turkey Knob school taught by Miss Lula Adams will close Monday with a Xmas tree Miss Lula is a most excellent teacher and has given almost generarsatisfacUon Prof M H Judd had to head Carpenters Creek Monday to get to his school at Liberty E J Godbey was down from Hustonvillo Saturday 110 is well pleased with his now home At a business meeting of the church Thursday night of last week a committee was appointed to secure a pastor for tho Baptist church It is understood that tho committee has sever preachers In view and will report on the second Saturday in January Henry McAninch went to Phil Saturday to hunt birds but owing to the condition of the weather and other matters engaging his attention while there ho did not bag any game of the feathery persuasion Tho truth is Henry was more in pursuit of dear deer than any other kind of game It came near raining out all service at the churches here last Sunday Ther were 15 present at the Baptist Sunda school while tho Methodists report 17 Rev U T Willis preached at tho Methodist church to an audience of 21 and the evening services were called oft on account of the rain Kev H M Shouse who went to Rocky Ford reports that he held no services becaus of the inclement weather Green river was higher Monday that it had been in three years Our malt were thrown out of joint and are stil 10Twodays of high water brings about a chaotic condition at the post office hero that is trying to the patient of the postmaster and assistant and wt presume it is the case at other places where similar conditions exist When things are straightened out the general lamor which is now almost unbearable will all be over p HUBBLE Lee Rankin sold his mules to Bower Fox at 140 Most all of tho turkeys in this com mnity have been bought at llic Grover McKechnio and Logan Hubbl Ire expected home from Lexington this week to spend Xmas with their parents David Rankin of Wayne county is visiting relatives here Mrs Samantha Hubble of Stanford is with friends and relatives here Miss Lucy Spoona more has returned from a protractei visit in Indiana Bona McKechnie at home from Harriman Tenn Rosco C Tartar collector of Internal Revenue- in Danville visited relatives here this veek Ben Underwood of the Louisville Medical College is the guest of his parents here Given Up To Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Ivansvllle Ind writes For over five years I was troubled with kidney an bla dec riions whlcb caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh und was all run down and a year ago lad to abandon work entirely I had three of tho best physicians who did no no good and I teaspractically giv en up to die Foleys Kidney Curo vas recommended and tho first bottle gave me great relief and after taking llosecond bottle I was entirely cured ennys Drug Store CZ3 Representative Edwards called at the Postoffice Department Wednesday and recommended J D Tuggle for postmaster at Barbourville and Wil Iiam Catron for postmaster at Somerset The nominations will be sent to tiiSenate next month No Opium in Chamberlains Cough Remedy There Is not the least danger in Ah- Ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy to small children as itcontalns no opium or other harmful drug It has an es ibllshcd reputation of more than 30 ears as the most successful medicine In use for colds croup and whooping cough It always cures and is pleas nntto take Children like It Sold by Stanford Drug Co President Roosevelt Wednesday sent to the Senate a vigorous message in defense of his action in dismissing the Negro troops of the 21st ipfantry at rownsville Tex Lively debates followed the reading of the message Dealers say tt who have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are quite loyal to them and can not be persuaded to take any substitute Get free sample at Stanford Drug Co give them a trial and- you too will want them in preference to any other They cure stomach oublcs biliousness and constipation A boat containing als overcoat and a womans handkerchief covered with blood and with blood over the- seats was found floating near Paducah and the police are investigating T Kirby Heinsohn cut his throat with a razor while attempting to shave himself while asleep at Sylves Ga FARMERS DEPARTMENT bL J Farris of Boyle bought 100 hogs at 6Jc A bunch of 1520pound export cattle sold at CJc at Winchester G A Swlnebroad bought several bunches of hogs at 6I to 6c At a sale in Nelson county corn sold at 2 oats at 50c and wheat at 75c Uriah Ellis of the Powers section of Casey sold his farm to Wallace Ellib for 1600 Fort SALE Fivo red thoroughbred Berkshire boar shoats Z P Smith McKinney C L Halley of Lexington has bought for a fancy price Judge Cant rill the great show gelding owned by Brock Bros of Georgetown Outwits The Surgeon A complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bow els had reduced MrsThos S Austin of Lcavcnworth Ind to such a do plorablo condition that her doctor advised an operation but her husband fearing fatal results postponed this to try Electric Bitters and to the amazement of all who knew her this medicine completely cured her Guar anteed cure for torpid liver kldnoy disease biliousness jaundice chills and fever general debility nervousness and blood polsonJng Best ton ic made Price COo at Pennys Drug Store und Lyno Bros Try It The steamer W T Scovell was destroyed by an explosion at Golddust Landing on tho Mississippi river 17 miles south of Vicksburg Four white men were killed and four others injured Several Negroes were killed and the total death list may go as high as 10 New Cure r Epilepsy J B Waterman of Watertowu O Rural free delivery writes lf daughter afUlctcd for several years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Klngtt Tow Lifo Pills She has not had an attack for over two years Best body cleansers and Ufo giving tonic pills on- sarthGic al Pennys Drug Store and Lyno Bros Poultry And Eggs Wanted TurklIIItItlAlso mhblt Will be found my utnce oulIIIIIfrHt 1IlIuckIOtulm- onnglr ir II Northcott For Sale Privately OiuMloiililc sviiUM cnrrlnev with polrj lewliiK machine refrlKeriitor Iron into I Pair stoles A A barrow now church or nun IxxlttiMul mattress waul liinil Will sell cheap Utdontonc- eH1IIt Y Hlimfiml Ky JfWES M I PHILLIPS- STANFORD KY DEAUB IB Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build tiers Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build Ing purposes and do all kinds of con cretp work Prices on application PUBLIC SALE I I will aril nt imlillu auction lit myhonivlit Urnb Orclnmt ou- HATUUUAY ll0 SIWH ly resiliunco lilt olNut Anctvs of Intiil If nut Mihl prlvutely twforu ThIousaofsix rooms h In good reldr A Imrii and other nntlmllilliiKt nrv un tho plnco wllIiiIellx- abarrels of corn In crlli of hey 75 docks of fodder ono gosh llllllll r fur wonien and thlllIn cow carriage wnuon harness etc pat of Ilou o hold nml kltclivii furniture iiltitm new fell In Isvl Etc Male will INI n at lu ITerm uinilf known ou tiny of sale WAltn IOOIthIntOOrrhn- nitrla taatr aaiilr- DOLLSI DOLLS I From go to 5 1 you plrti 1eConulno French Stag Toilet SoU Hlmvlnu Met HmokorV 11 HvU Mirrors iititl nil the nerenKir IPS necessary for the Indies drtMr This lux Is l Intent In Olirltl mns Novvlltrs Wiilo Imru l- bandOlrlIoysofevery I Plnno 1tn1un Inglne Tea Hut IMcturw look Drums llonx Automobile etc nail nicclinnlrnl toys niiirvilit of Yankee liiKruulty- Wo linn Mt liilllnii I 1AlltI11 1 I tJg CO 1 ON THE CAMPUS M N C The best year m the history of MIDDLEBURG NORMAL COLLEGE Resolve plan come CALENDAR Winter term operlkJaa1 closes May 20 1907 Spring term opens March 21 closes May 15 1907 Entire expenses 4250 to 850 for five numtli depending ou grade COURSE OF STUDY Primary Intermediate Advanced High School County Certificate State Certificate State Diploma Pedngogy IlookKccplug Shorthand Typewrit ing Instrumental and Vocnl Mtuicr Elocution For further information address J S LAWHORN President Midclloburg Ky First National Bank rllIII1I11 Stanford Stanford Kyi CapItal Stock SSOOOOi This Institution was originally esUbltiheC M the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1851 then reorcanlied as the National Dank of Stanford In leell and aglllD reorltanlled ai the First National Dark of Stanford ID 1383 having had practically an unlnter rnptod ezlsiouca for 43 years Jt Is bttn supplied nun with facilities for transacting business 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