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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a wJ1 J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 28 1906 NO 81 = h CHICKENS A few Ingle cmnl Jlhun iitanil Il toi krili from n Miltct ixiifor wilo M I OOOK mniiford Ky PUBLIC SALE I ultln1400111ofTurneretllhontileold Miir tlnplnciuuHATtMlWAY HKO Ian lJotlock n tilt lollu1acivrjlutpruiiory Four young hurlnit one broiNl ulna In foul to milk 1IiyiMirllnii livlfer liounulioM furniture a Inirrul of rum 71 hocks of MliliT wagon surrey and n lot of Itirmlnu Uniitiiutiit JVrm nuui kiinwn r on dof uil It U MAIITIN It V It No n Htiiufuril Kv P J OMidullcr A- ndCommissioners Sale I yllnoln mrolllll ltourt =John McCllnnU iiilinT plolntllT v Ittniiin IllKHln et nli Uefiiuliinu nfunirruKudiit Ion udment of I IIP Lincoln r OlnUII url III tll Ion ltylydnetlun Ih nter Ulllllllulllllr O- ilMONIIIASIIIII llctwofii I and n v lit front the court hour door In Htnnfonl Ky nvll nt Iluhl- ltIIlln to tin hlKhcRl and IU bidder tint n nltut 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old GEO U 8AUFLGY M C L C C CommissionerFSale I Lincoln Circuit Court K Owftloy rinliitlrr v J K Fnrr1et HhI1I1I1 Notlcuof Mule of tlio Linrnl- nOlrcuhtleirtnntlerrttIn the nlxitv ityjrcl notion of thus lual dvrslRnnl ytnstrr OoiiiinlMloiinr of mild court will on MONDAY JANllIW nnilS v In front of the court Ii mutdullrIaMtnnfonl Kv aril lit lUhllt emery to tilt hllh undirof hhhr the- rrnltutu which It hlrrehllafturllolotllwl ntltfy n olitulnwl In hut riforjNuiltl rout liy plnlutlITipnlnit for oho runt of 1MI0ndho Inter t then nt front Aunt bti furtli relit lnti ri tor rult of f WW with tIn rran from Nov Iwi and tilt fnrllllrS- IIIII of thll Clitlnt IIIdehltIuo ac nrllrt iild Inlhl to n crodhi of t1Ihrr- wllh Nov IO9 and IT11 ti 0111 of tli lolliThI until rn1 PIIlo ls luCnttrl In Ltu0111 rou0ty iCy town of Mllleduovlllu nnd houndodanldocrhlri follow nrglu nliiK In the cuiitcr thu street or rand tlioncuHTH K 1511UIlIlIlItlk ton auto post thuncc N 74 K W to the Kiinlcn follre N anti it ale1 it JlnkN to It 10010 thunce H nv K Y Y paler Crimln tow hrundh IIl1k to Mn1 iHiiiloi tiieiicn til line H tJ al 1It r lino thilice low Him N Iaypoletotheeornerof tho fence thPnco K m tliniicn N 87 W al Hlin15lluki to tlul CllIltr of tlio Htrotit or road tliemo H W S3 p01ete1hlk1tothello ucrvxS 6 formerlyIrdopplprocetlcr lwr nnniini from dntii of ante until pnjd nod twins tho forco nnd efToot of n Juaunient To further secure the of mine a lie n will Iw rttaluwl on thu hood told OEO B SAUFLBY M C L C C L r Here and There An automobile occupied by the Loit ers ran over and killed a boy in Wash tonMrs Alice McWlthey and two children were burned to death In their home in Now York City Christmas gifts aggregating more than 500000 were distributed by Chicago employers among their employes Race rioting has broken out afresh in Mississippi and Gov Vardaman bos odercd troops tS the scene of the new troubleA of mull mutter from Tex ill points and consisting principally of Christmas packigcs was burned near Muskogee I T A prfper manufacturing plant nt Marietta Ga was burned causing a loss of 250000 and throwing 300 men out of employment The Navarra building at Lexington has been bought by J D Haggin for 0000 lie will replace it with a mammoth livery and food table Fire which broke out in the shipyards at Newport Now Va caused 200000 damage A fireman was fatally InJur- ed The Old Dominion liner Jefferson was damaged puring a country dance in Brcathitt county a general fight was started in which Tom Gullctt was killed Walter Cole was shot in the right arm and Dill Little in the back Resisting with forco of arms the col Ice lion of taxes to pay bonds for n railroad which was never Tniilt a mob of 1000 men marched into Olive Hill and retook from tho tax collector a stock of goods which had been levied on to bo sold for taxes Tho mob dispersed after firing many volleys on the streets of the town KINGSVILLE Kid J U Livingston will preach at Kingsvlllo Sunday next The entertainment and box supper will occur this evening 28th It U Mahony of Stanford was hero Saturday C M Gooch has returned from Somerset Mrs Ed Gooch of Somerset is visiting relatives here Mrs Claude Hester has returned from n brief visit to her mother at Somer set George Dlack of Floyd was the guest of Wm Lane Mack Williams of Somerset was hero recently Lawrence Williams of Eubanks is the guest of W M Mtjeks and family Ed Leach of Tennessee is with his par enta here Marlon Williams wife and children spent Xmas with Mr and Mrs S n Chevolcttc Mrs John ilorton is critically D C Allen nnd Uslie Reid will arrive Thursday to bo guests of friends here Montie Dishon and Miss Sallio Walls were married at the brides home near hero on Christmas night The bride is an unusually pret ty girl and possesses a sweet disposition and the groom is quite handsome and a fine young man We extend congratulations to this happy couple CHURCH MATTERS The Catholics dedicated their church at Lebanon Junction Sunday Tho bell of the Christian church nt Kcenc Jessamine county said to be oVer 100 years old sold for 96 at auc ion With the idea of building a handsome parsonage at once Rev W L Dorgon and the building committee of the First Baptist church have raised about7100 Danvillo Herald Public Speaker Interrupted Public sporkers are frequently in terrupted by people coughing This would not happen if Foloys Honey und Tar wore taken as it cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia and consumption The gonuluo con airs no opiates and Is in a yellow package Pennys Drug Store Curtis Jett serving a life sentence for killing J B Marcum at Jackson admitted on the stand at his trial at Cynthiana that ho killed Marshal James Cockrcll and the jury gave him another life sentence Danger In Asking Advice When you have a cough or cold do not ask soino 0110 what is good for It as there is danger In taking somo un known preparation Foloys Honey nnd Tar cures coughs colds und pro vents pneumonia Tltogenuhlo U In u yellow package Hofuso substitutes Pennys Drug Store While attempting to drive her only cow off the railroad track Mrs Sarah Brafford was struck by a freight train near Alford and died from her injuries within a few hours Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup tho now Laxative stimulates but docs not Irritate It is tho best Laxative Guaranteed or your monoy back Pennys Drug Store i Dr Columbus R Giles onoof At lantas most prominent physicians Is dead I NEWS NOTES Gold in paying quantities has been foundin Estill county Thirtyseven thousand of Now Yorks poor were fed by charity Eight pcopln were killed in a railroad accident near Enderlin N D For the first time since last August Cuba is now free from yellow fever There is only case of yellow fever in Havana and none in the interior of tho Island Hug less dancing and waterless swimming are to be taught in the Chi cago public schools Capt Macklin U S A was shot and dangerously wounded by a Negro near Oklahoma City Okla Thirteen thousand steel mill workers in Chicago Milwaukee and Joliet to receive Increased wages Guesta in the Lucilo Hotel at Mad Isonvillo had narrow escapes when the building was destroyed by fire The Torreon branch of the Bank of Coahuila at Torreon Mexico was robbed of 30000 In gold and bills Will A Youngs handsome home at Morehead was burned and it is believed that an enemy applied the torch Just as he presented a Christmas girt to his wife Thomas Cardin of Philadelphia dropped dead of heart disease E R Thomas of New York presented his fatller ln law W P Lee of Louisville with 50000 for a Xmas gift Ari express messenger at Dayton 0 lost packages containing 10000 in checks They were scattered all through the streets A Cincinnati boy shot his stepfather to death with a pistol taught with money he hud saved to make his mother a Christmas present President Roosevelt has again de clined to pardon J M McKnight the Louisville banker now serving a sen tence in the Federal prison at Atlanta Tom Wilson a painter ran amuck in Bowling Green with a repeating shot gun Ho wounded six persons during his wild dash and two of them may dieIn accordance with an annual custom the married employes of the White House were presented with turkeys Christmas day with the compliments of the President Nicholas Gaines a Negro prisoner who was being taken to jail jumped Into the Ohio river near Paducah and swam across in the icy water making good his escape Three children In Paducah were shot with toy pistols and one has developed a caso of lockjaw which may cause his death It is believed that the powder contained tetanus germs Gov Higgins of New York has commuted the sentence of Albert T tat rick who has been In the shadow of the death chair for nearly five years convicted of the murder of William Marsh Rice an aged millionaire President Roosevelt has complied with the request made by Mrs Lulu Glover before she killed herself in New York and her body was cremated urf dcr the Presidents directions hot two cats havo been forwarded to the White House John R T Darbour was acquitted at Shcphcrdsvlllo of the charge of murder ing Francis lingua at Hubera Station in August 1004 Tho jury had the case but little more than an hour standing on the first ballot seven for acquittal and five for conviction- In a fight between mine guards and union miners at Sturgis three men were killed outright and several others were wounded two of whom may die The riot was an outcome of the strike against the West Kentucky coal mines which has been in progress for the past year King of All Cough Medicines Mr K G Case a mall carrier of Canton Center Conn who has been In tho U S Service for about 10 years says We have tried many cough medicines for croup but Cham berlains Cough Remedy Is king of all and ono to bo relied upon every time Vo also find It the best remedy for coughs nnd colds giving certain results nail leaving no bad after ef fects For sale by Stanford Drug Co Thu will of former Senator Arthur M Brown filed for probrate at Salt Lake City Utah expressly provides that no part of his estate shall go to the children of Mrs Anna M Bradley It will be remembered that Mrs Bradley killed Senator Brown in Washington a few weeks ago LonpTennessee Fight years of Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrh Ho writes Tile swelling and soreness Inside my nose was tearful till I began applying Bucklons Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the sore ness aud swelling to disappear never te return Best salvo In existence 2ooat Pennys Drug Store and Lyre Bro HUSTONVILLE Rev SB Lander is spending the holidays with relatives in Princeton Joe B Williams has returned from a visit to Knoxville friends D C Allen and Col Josh Swopewill move to the Gooch place near our city and engage extensively In poultry rais- Ing and live stock dealing James Richards of Ludlow and Miss Oda handsome daughter of Y W Burton were married in Cincinnati on the 26th Mr Richards holds a good position with the Q 0 and after a short bridal tour they will make their home in Ludlow The union Christmas tree at the opera house was the occasion of a full house and many hearts were made glad Santa Claus was at his best and among the several hundred presents were a number of handsome and ex pen save ones To Miss Margaret McCor- mack is duo the honor and praise for the success of this enterprise Miss Ada and Mr Carlisle Alcorn from Chicago and Lexington respect- Ively are at home for the holidays Mrs Mary McAfee left Wednesday for her home In Baltimore Miss Josfe Goode of Loulsvilje and Calien Goode of Covington arc visiting their parents Mr and Mrs J P Goode J F ConI wry of Wichita Kas is visiting Mrs Samuel Reid and family James Yow ell and Harry Frye attended the hop at Lebanon Thursday evening and report delightful time C C Carpenter has returned from Zion City George Routt and family have moved to the Kennedy place N II Bishop and family have rented for next year the Jano Cloyd farm and moved to It Bailey Hill and family will move to the elegant home recently built by Mrs McCarty Miss Grace Goode is back from an extended visit to friends and relatives in Texas We ex tend the glad hand of Centuckys true welcome to Mr G J Bohon and faro fly who come to the Mrs Bettie Car penter place lately occupied by Bailey Hill Mr Bohon is a brother of our for mer countyman C T Bohon both of whom are natives of Wayne county whose loss is our gain On Saturday last at 2 r M while onr streets and business houses were crowded with Yuletide shoppers Mr John A Wright aged 50 on Dec 2G was instantly killed in the Hustonvillc Rollef Mill by his overcoat being caught on the end of the main driving shaft throwing him against shafts and pul leys in rapid motion The machinery was quickly stopped dad Drs Alcorn and Barker were summoned but found life extinct from a compound fracture of the cranium spinal column and other injuries Ho was burled Monday it Hustonville cemetery in the presence of a largo crowd of sorrowing friends and relatives lie was a bachelor and a man of the strictest integrity ant held in the highest esteem by the en tire community Ho leaves several brothers and one sister who inherit his estate consisting of a large bluegrass tarot one mile from town A Texas Wonder Theres a Hill at Howie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder Is W L Hill who from a weight of pounds has grown to over 180 Tie says I suffered with a terrible cough nnd doctors gave me up to dlo of Consumption I was reduced to pounds when I began taking Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump Ion Coughs anti Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured It Only sure Cough and Cold euro Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store and Lyno Bros CCc and 81 Trial bottle free Uuknown men e volleyafter volley of rifle balls Into the home of Hiram Mullins in Breathitt county seriously wounding Mullins and his son y Gov Luke P Blackburn whose reputation ns a physician and philanthropist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper ient known to the medical profession and will euro more diseases than anyone remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond rond Crab Orchard Water For sale by all druggists and country stores James Hazel and lies Lela Berry of Sturgis were forced to go to Evant villo to be married on account of the riots and unrest in their home town E N Covert a wealthy Indiana farmer shot and killed Charles Tharp his neighbor following a dispute over a line fence The President and his family have gone to Mrs Roosevelts country estate In Virginia to spend the holidays Tom Crutchfield died at Paducah from lockjaw resulting from a wound on his hand caused by a toy pistol Christmas Greeting a Are You Ready or Have You Thought ofXmas We send this to sound the alarm Thatanother year is closing nail to to11uFORM YOU THAT THE CHAS WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTON VILLE is the proper place to buy your CHRISTMAS GOODS Yes we have purchased large line oi XMAS GOODS from THE OLD MAN nnd not his BOYS consisting of everything to tickle everybody from the LittlesTot to the Grandma TOYS GALORE BIBLES and Books for the young and old Everything from a Jumping Jack lo a Hobby Horse Jewelry giftsthl1tGeneral Line Everything that is kept in a general store We have u special sale on in Clothing day 10 per cent oft on Overcoats and Suits LADIES and qUIDREKS CLOAKS Every one a Bargain New stock MILLIN per cent off to clean up for the season New stock A large stock of Shoes at the old Prices Notwithstanding the advance on Shoes we willcontinue to sell at old prices 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 Hustonviiie Ky A C DUNN J R BEAZLEYj GREAT COMBINATION SALE l At Stanford Ky on Jolt 16 and 17 07 TI WILL SELL 160 Head of Stallions Jacks Mares and GeldingsCo- mposed of the finest and best bred both Saddle and Harness Stallicns ever oflered for Sale in Kentucky Some well mated and handsome High y Class Teams a lot ofGood Business and Show Horses good enough for the ptirsIAmple Accommodations for Stock and People a BSyWrite for Catalogue DUNN la BEAZLEY Stanford Ky COL T D ENGLISH Auctioneer J- t DIftMONDSand Reasonable Prices We Cordially Invite You to Visit our Store While in Danville HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Why we succeed I We sell good goods We have tile right price We give you n square deal We dout want it nil Wo like to have other people dosomo business We give fair treatment to everybody An inspection of goods and1 comparison of prices is iu itedl 07 Qeo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries c 1 1 The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH Ii it cnndldnto for fepretontntheofLtnco county unblcct to tlio action ratio party y J T ROBERTS Ii ncnmlldiito for Mn Htrnto In tho Cmb Orchard MnRliterlnl District nubjoct to the action of the democratic party JOHN D ROCKEFELLER in speaking t of large fortunes said I am not prepared to discuss the ethics of large for tunes but this much I can tell you Great wealth is a great burden a great responsibility It invariably proves to be one of two thingseither a great blessing or a great curse We are only stewards But every man has to give an accounting of his stewardship continued Mr Rockefeller seriously and those who possess great wealth should have to show that they are competent to use it properly should pass an examination and be judged perhaps by what they do with their money JAMES G DUANE wrote his name high on the pages of his countrys history as a statesman and a lawmakc His son who bears his name seems be seeking fame in another line of endeavor that of marriage and divorce Ho has just been legally separated from his second wife on the grounds of desertion and nonsupport She is a daughter of Rear Admiral Hickbon and a very lovely woman far too good for the degenerate son of a noble sirs THERE are now 103 counties wholl under the local option law in Texas and 49 others pre partially so making a total of 162 out of 230 These tour ties contain about onethird of the population of the State and abou onehalf of the domain Ninetysix or Kentuckys 119 counties are dry and others are falling over each other to get in line The time may soon come 4 when we can get red liquor only in speak easies and blind tigers Tim almost unending march of the pension procession Js shown in tho fac that until recently one widow pensioner of the Revolutionary war survived f There are still three daughters of revo lutionary soldiers on the rolls Of the war of 1812 no soldier survives bul there are 660 widows of that war on the rolls Of the Indian wars then are 2173 survivors and 3367 widows of the Mexican war 3984 survivors and 7488 widows A MAN out west has sued his wife for a divorce on the ground of true and inhuman treatment because shi threw a hot beefsteak at him The dispatch does not state whether it was because the steak was hot that objec tion is raised but it strikes us that a fellow should be glad who had a wif able to use beef steaks for missiles at the present ruinous prices of the article GETTING out a paper on the cold gray dawn of the morning after is not the u funniest thing we ever tried Frank fort Journal Havent been trying to figure on the number of drinks in a gal Ion have you 0 TWENTYSIX men in Louisville got good Christmas gifts Each got Ii lovely woman for ajwife At lease that was the number of marriage II censes issued JUDGE OREAK having read the hand writing on the wall very sensibly de clines to become a candidate for gover nor on the republican ticket a POLITICAL James E Stone is tipped forsecretary of the campaign committee Interstate Commerce Commissioner LarTe is receiving hundreds of letters from Western farmers making com plaints about the car shortage Women suffragists of the South in convention at Memphis formed a per manent organization Miss Laura Clay of Kentucky was elected presiden- tIt is not likely that the forthcoming Rivers and Harbors Bill will carry any appropriation for the improvement of the Big Sandy and upper Cumberland riversJudge Richard Henry Davenport of Midway aged 95 who holds a position in the revenue department is tho old est employe in Uncle Sams big army of sets of brothers and four Smiths will be among the members of the Ala bama Legislature shortly to convene If they pool their Issnes they may hold the balance of power The newspaper correspondents at Washington who saw Senator Thomas H Paynter on his recent visit to the Capital say he is more like Secretary Taft than his twin brother Frankfort JournalAfter trying women legislators for several sessions the people of Colorado decided that they are n g and turned down the four candidates at the last election So there will be none in the General Assembly- Prohibition as a political issue is making slow progress in Minnesota The candidate for Governor on that ticket last month only carried one precinct in the State and that by the bare majority of one I Additional Local A ConniN man is Uuilding a skating rbk 72 x 120fect It will be a dalsY1 BROWN Leghorn hens and roosters for sale Ed Hubbard Stanfor Ky FOR RENT Mrs Lottie Holmes cottage on West Main Street W A Tribble AM absent from my office now but will be in Stanford Dec 31 for sometime W N Craig FIFTEEN extra good meat hogs 300I to 400 pounds for sale B D claw R R No 1 Stanford IT was an ideal Christmas day Snow on the ground the sky cloudless and the atmosphere dry and bracing The veriestlhypochondriac and pessimi could but enjoy it OUR Hustonville correspondent teUs of the horrible death which Mr John A Wright of Hustonville met He was one of the very best citizens of the West End and his awful taking away has cast a gloom over that entire sec tionNANCEWilliam Nance aged 22 died in a Cincinnati hospital Monday or pneumonia Ho was in the employ bC the Rt C with headquarters at Luc low The remains were brought to the home near McKinney and on yesterday they were laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery HOUSES FOR RENTI desire to rent for the year 1907 the Helm resident on Danville Avenue There are five acres of land in the lot and the home Is a very desirable one Also the brick cottage on Somerset pike now occupie by George T Wood II Helm Stan lord Ky ELEGANT Geer41rS Shank bought of Mr W L McCarty his farm of 230 acres one mile from town for 20760 Ho bought the place for his daughter Mrs C E Tate and made her a Christmas present of it We ar glad to state that Mr McCarty will not leave the county CORNS CI REDCorn Exit will posi Lively remove corns in tour days Thi treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costa II cents and nothing if a perfect cure Is not speedily effected G L Penny ruggist Stanford Ky IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Edward Messic aged G5 is dead at Danville George Brown a prosperous Jessa mine county farmer is dead Brent Hail of Somerset was drowned in South Fork of the Cumberlanc river James Hamilton of Boyle had the sight of one eye destroyed while work- Ing with a haybaler Near Salvisa Mercer county Ton Cunningham poured the contents of hit pistol into Elgy Harris but strange U lay it did not kill him- ChcstnutSalter Hardware Company of Boyle county with 30000 capital las been incorporated The incorpora- tors are G W and J A Chaithut and R L Salter Miss Georgia Holian shot and killed icrself while alone in her home at Wil lAmsburg and her body was found by ter mother upon returning home Nc cause can be given for the deed The Anti Saloon League has filed a ontest asking the setting aside of the ocal option election in Middlesboro on he ground that gross fraud was perpetrated and illegal votes cast in the City Hall precinct- In the suit of Mrs Kittio Woods gainst the New Livingston Coal Co for 6000 the judge gave peremptory instructions and the case did not go to the jury Her son Ed Elkins was killed while at work in the minesMt Vernon Signal MATRIMONIAL Ten couples were married in Richmond Christmas day Reuben Melton and Miss Nellie Burge were made one on Xmas day W B Bough and Miss Anna S Walls were married at Henry Walls Monday W F Lay and Miss Angelina Peck lebrated Christmas by getting married Clay Bruner and Miss Dye Hollcy were married at Taylor Chaatccns on- the 26th G E Huston and Miss Vndio Walls were joined heart and hand at S Walls on the 25th James Walls and Miss Laura Denham were married at Rev J M Cooks by th pt gentleman Wednesday C C Howell of St Louis and Miss annie Lee Yaden of Brodhead were arried at the former place Walter Owsley son of S E Owsley or Hazel Patch was married last week to Miss Julia Brenner of Louisville James R Ward editor of the Greens burg Record was married last week to- Miss Elizabeth Huxley of Louisville Justice and Mrs John M Harlan ebrated the 50th anniversary bf day marriage in Washington City theirI 1 Air uua alto it m iuio or oonitr set announce the marriageof their daughter Miss Zeda R Tate to Capt Vola G Trimble on January 8th Friends here have received announcement of the marriage of Prof Leslie Carroll Bosley to Miss Lillian Forsythe at Hcndersonvillo N C on Christmas day They will beat home to their friends after Feb 1 at 412 South Fourth St Danville Prof Bosley formerly lived in Lincoln county where he has a host of friends Ills bride has been a frequent visitor to this place and is wellknown and much loved by her many friends here V Sm t7ull Cull a to Kex GKYNl1tNST4 Elrohlolull11 ree- lItoeltookaandnoardlofamlrsluut t 5OtTa1ID TIrrRajmg a 1ILLiYlfafKf rEI1LTlCI sTh CnUenllr Plrlom ucrtor sal- swrdedsrsdoatt Literary unsfrcIfdnhrlJVuvacnllon Enter now Urdul8ncful-I order to AIM pear Irtttrt r 4 6 I noWI- LRUR R SMITH Lexington Ky N imtiend- ladaarJyiNMJwiwear FUMFSTttttsorst All all prices depthI ROOFINGAll S ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky TinDer Jesse W Sweeney PBOFKIKTOH Livery gaud and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky Look Out for Bargains Auld bo Sure to go to the Right Place to Get Them Ilet brands of Cnllco nt 4e all iilpci In proportion Nuns ollif IlojVOloth ling cut half In two Workln Hupendenoti- 5C Ilatesio and upwnnl Ilto yarn socks tae Huicuriu pounds for l Brown sugar lkstsyrup Z5c Olirtittinii BHKII and ninny pretty provm Fire WurUK and iiniill toys for thu children tJome Como for the next ltdnyH and lid the Utiollt ul low price D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky Commissioners Sale 1 Lincoln Circuit Court II Holtzclnw pliilnttIT Clans Dutli defendant Notice of sale InrHiiiinl ton judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rvndoml la the nbove sUIlC1 action tlittiinderilcnnlinuitvrcoinr will on MON DAYJou14 lUit ctwen 2 v In front of thecourt house door In Mtonorfl Ky sell nt public outcry to the lilalntt ond- 1Ht Milder tho roaliitnto which is hcrvln after dcscrllied or so notch thereof as mnq lie nocviuiry to satisfy the nun of t161ft1 with Inturestthercon nt thc ritte of 6 per cent per froll1 Htpt a lain until nml the costs of tlilt action Thu said rent entitle Ii nltunUM In Lincoln h unliMl on the North h OIlIlIYIKyII1I1 N rho htln on the Huulh l W Ii Hmilh land on tho Snit by Wilson nnd on the Wont by Hmlthi wad U II part of tllC land uf the IIlx Itly crfnrin of th lute O SY Jniiien on the North side of thu Hlcliinoiid rood nbout three inllc North of Unin Orchard und oin brucratlot ten iicren of land more or loss on whIch thero lsa dwelllllg lOu e and 011 buildings The uilo will ItHtnndo on n credit of fclx month and tho nurchnittr will Ut retinlnnl to Rive liana for flit price with ap proved Roourlty pnyiihle to thocommlilon er and bearliiR Interest nt thu rule of 0 per cent nuiium roni date of inle until paid the bond to have the force aid effect of n judgment and to further kecure tho innien bo rotnlnrilon the Innd told CEO B 3AUFIEY II C L C C IHENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal tiAND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150drew people In the United States have not heard of the CourlerJoarnsl Democratic In all thlogi fair In alt things clean la nil hlngs U If essentially a family taper By a special arrangement no are enabled to offer the WEEKLY OOUBIEBOUBNAL one rear and this paper for tbe price named bore Send your iiibicrlptlon for tbe com dastfootousot tj tlia OoarlarJoornal d In UPraIse of Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no other medicine mBnutllo turcd that has rccelovod so much praise and so many expressions of gratitude as Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is otTectlvo and prompt relief follows its use Grateful parents everywhere do not hesitate to testify to Its merits for tho benellt ofothers It Is n certain euro for croup and will prevent the attack If given at tho first appoarancp of tho disease tit Is especially adapted to children as it is to take and contains nothing injurious Mr E A Humphreys a well known resldont and clerk in tho store of Mr p Lock of Alice Capo Colony South Africa says I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy toward oil croup andcolds in my family I found it to bo very satisfactory and it gives me ploasurclo recommend it For sale by Stanford Drug Co What promises to bo the last hearing in the suit brought by the State of Missouri to oust tho oil companies Is to be held in St Louis on Jannary 7 Kinds any H and Plumber LAYING IN COAT should now t 0 thu oc ciimtlou of the thrifty forth 1It fowilnyi We will make HeduceU Prices ouConl AI wo ore presoetl for room Wo carry eompletx line tif the lest Clnidui ron UtlnK of iem IlflleJelllco MUetl Cnnnel Ritz nt tenth Htnnfonlnnd lowland yard Our cool In nicely icrevited and all burnt up II1 WSEB DENHAM Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Oral Orvhnnt UnnklntfCo will bo held at their bunking mouse the first Monday In Jan unry IW7 for the purpose of electing dlreo ton orthlluulnlJ year J V UAIIEYns- hlerStockholders Meeting A mecllncof the stockholders of the IntI Nattnnnl mink of Htanford will lie held at the second Tuesday In eketlnKdlrectonJonI J ttcltotixatdCas- hierStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the IJn coin Count Nutloiuil ItankofHtanford wil- liehetdattheir Imnklim house the second Tuesday In January for the purK o of electing directors fur the ensuing 1enrIW M lllIII IIT Cash- ierStockholders Meeting A inwtlnnof the stockholders of the No tlnnalllunk of Hustonville will Iw lioltl at their dunking house In lluntonvllle th ec ond TuoMluy in January IB Iwtwiin end 11 AM for the purpose of electing direc tors to servo true ensuing year J wllovKraCa- shierVIT1E OREI Mothers Natures for the litof Mankind Inln Killer derm Destroyer Dlwusti Ilnn Isher Blood VltalUer and Btrengtli itestorer- N II Bogie Slarksbury Kentucky ic ncrnl Agent BlOe Grass Farm for Sale wish to tell my farm UK miles West of Hustonvlllo mile from pike and Uar iii terMHtatlon contlitliiKot 15 acres of rich blue or tobncco it grills Thlefurcanti equally dhlded to vantage no as to have a goodoutbuildings each piece also necessary The farms lays almost Inn iunro ono ingle In lines There ere three stock barns tobacco Imrn t stables I tenant- Inusogoclwaterlneverytieldtslx lastln springs streams through whole truck J HTKKLK OAUPKNTEU Jlustnnvll- loKyPOSTED Wawlioio Inflow strictly forbid hunting lulling or any kind of tres uisslng on our place mind will urosvcutu vl ilntori to the full extent of till law Fred VonOlruonlgnn Uclchcnbacli Bro Kred VonAllnmn Vondruenlgaii Fred Ilnumnnn leorgo Ilolnuj- K ItelchenUielii Unllou A Dunn M Jlfoftuntni- MrstlIniydenWelch M It Innore- David Marlilorrmnnn L Nunnelloy Ilnughman- OhrlstlnnUrnyiton J O OllrlKJlltcr Jacob JuMwaln Hum Iameron MrtIJAshloek IGoverFred llnadurf MrsMleridleton- W L Uonller J Nuvln Carter Voter Hnlmer J UCnmenlsch Green Kcrrlll W It IJnllgbcrt J K Bruce Dink Farmer Anderson Carr JU Hprntt J F lover W K Anion J W 1enlc H K Martin Metser A 1uxton W O W P Martin Kiunuol LIiulsny M K Uonller Moses Alex Cooper Mrs Mary Iepples tire Walter Warren Mrs Mattlv llros Tlnsley Hpoonamoru- J W nrterBen J Miirtln M F Lawrence I FRBSBNTS The time has come when people no longer buy for presents articles that are not useful and what can be more useful than things wett wear from our stock of Overcoats Suits Hats Shoes Underwear Shirts Neckties Suspenders Mufflers Um brellas Suit Cases Handbags Fancy Vests Silk Handkerchiefs Collar Buttons CufftButtons c 1S You can select the most useful arIticles and as handsome presents as one would wish See our stock and maybe we will have just what you are looking for sawti H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY ChristI mas Stationery Dolls Books Pipes and other goods suitable for Holiday pickedIover rapidly so you should buy early Our line ofIMEDALLIONSand PICTURES at a moderate price as well as hand especialIlystrongPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Pioneer Wire Fence Square incsli and tho Best Wire Fence Model For tIe by E T Pence Jr Stanford Ky Dealer in Farming Implements Buggies Surreys Etc GREAT BARGAINSIN HOLIDAY GOODS h CALL NOW W B MoRoberts ISTANFORD PERSONAL supervision giveri to all Prescriptions compounded t y 0 V DONT WORRYWell be right here next year with the best that money can buy Vile don9 want to get away and wouldnt ifwe could We have tried to treat you right Our Motto is Do Better t SEVERAPtCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY KY DEO 28 190G t1A1UOIUJ ju t received a big supply leather Post Cords Pen nys Drug Store PERSONALS Mn W W HAYS to quite sick t Miss GRArB GRINSTEAO la with her parents at Versailles L M HUEY spent several days with tho homcfolks nt Somerset MR L R HUGIIBS and wife njwul icvcrnl days at Mt Vernon Miss ELLEN UALLOU Is visiting Dr Guy M llallou at Toledo O MR W C PETTUS the Wllmoro druKgt WM hero last week W IL HOCKUR and wlfo are up from Somerset with tho homefolks MIss STELLA MCCLARY Is with tho Mlsies Thompson nt ML Vernon MISS LUCY PETERSON Is spending Christmas with her parents at Paris JAMES D SHBLIIY of Junction City was here on business a few days no Miss VIRGINIA UOURNB is at homo from tho Cincinnati College of Music G A McRoiJRRTS of Covlngton was with his brother 11 J McRoberta DR W PENNY and family of Danville were guests of his mother heroMRS T F SriNK and children of foal Creek Tenn arc here with her IldonMRS E II DrAZLEY nnd little daulth visiting relatives at tcr Josephine are Nicholasville MBS JANE CHEATHAM of Washington of her brother county was tho guest Mr Sweeney MR JAMES MKRSHON and wife were up from Lebanon Junction with her mother Mrs Hale MR E A RiciiBNHACH and family of Louisville have been visiting rel atives In this county MR J C RlNKHART of London was hero Saturday He is doing well in the livery business there WARREN has returned f Miss KATHERINB from Somerset where sho has lived for n year or so MIss IDA MOORE came homo from CampbolMIagcrman College Lexing ton to spend the MR JAMES IIALL and sister Miss Katherine Hall of Hustonvllle went to orbln to spend the holidays Ron WESLEY of Middlcburg went up to Brodhid Saturday to spend Xmas with his grandmother BRONAUGH of Lox Miss KATHERINE to Crab Orchard ington pawed up l Wednesday to visit her parents MR R C ENGLEMAN SR suffered partial stroke of paralysis a few days been confined to his bed ago and has HOPPER cameWALTER WILL AND University and Mt home from Central Sterling respectively to spend Christ masREV It J McMULUN who Is attend Seminary In Louis lag the Theological t of his Christmas yule spent a portion hereMIss SUSAN VANARSDALE who has been with Miss Jennie Lynn returned the first ofLouisvilleto her home in the week V MR A T NUNNELLEY carne nil the from Texas to eat Christmas din way and Mm PMr nor with his parents P Nunnclley of theMcWHOHTERMiss SALUB Stanford Male Femalo faculty is pending Xmas wlth her parents at Crab MRS C P HARVIELLE and daughter Isabella arrived from Mammoth her parents Dr and Utah to visit Mrs Steele Bailey PEYTON of Musko- gee MASTERSONliON I T has our thanks for an Invitation to attend a reception to be given by tho Kentucky club on the 2ith SALLEB ofBARNES Miss MARIE with Mrs John H Shanks Ml8sIlalIoldamofCrabOr chard was also her guest a days MR AND MRs J W MOOR of Cns- dJ parents of Mrs Ed Wilkinson of celebrated their golden wed this ding Wednesday It was delightful JAMES T MENEFEE who has with the KinlockIIIbeen at Alton Telephone Co for some time Is here pith his parents His headquarters will rho Terre Haute Ind hereafter SWNHOWER closed a sue Miss MAUD ccssful school nt Rowland with an old fashioned candy pulling which was enjoyed by both pupil and parent after which she returned to her home In Upper Qarrard MR J R NUNNEUEY has joined his wife and parents here- J N PARSONS agent of the L N at Halsoy was here Sunday MR II F MARTIN and family are visiting relatives in Lyon county Miss KIT HUFFMAN of Louisville is with her sister Mrs James Carpenter MRS W A TntuiiLE and little daughter are at Richmond visiting Mrs D H Brcck MR AND MRS E T CARTER of Ev ansville Ind are with Mrs Julia Hughes MRS A M PENCE returned Sunday from n visit to relatives nnd friends in Cincinnati HIGGINS WOODS of Cincinnati Is spending Xmn with his mother and sister here lioN J M ALVERSON spent Xmas with his mother Mrs Mnttio Alvcraon at Richmond PROK AND MRS W C GRI STEAD of Danville arc with Prof J W Ireland and wife- Sucnwv T J HILL and W T Smith went up to MIddlcsboro Wednesday to visit the Peyton MR J W MOORE of Brodhcad was on Sundays train en route to Nebraska to visit his mother MISSES HATTIE DFNTON and Halllo Upplngton of Lexington are with Miss Minnie Woods Miss ETTA BELLE ROOT who is teaching at Moline III is with the homcfolks during tho holidays P W Wiiirr of Liberty is work ing in tho Stanford Drug Cos ntoro while Dr Tyler is visiting at Eminence SATURDAYS Louisville Times con armed a good picture of Hartwell Shanks who won a prize offered by that paper GEORGE CHANCELLOR who holds a responsible position with the Dow Drug Store in Cincinnati Js with his parents for a few days SAM JOE BURCII of Boligce Ala Is spending Xmas with his homcfolks here Ho is doing nicely in his adopted home wo are glad to state MRs WILLIAM WALLACE of Paint Lick and Mr Salem Wallace of Lex- Ington were with Mrs Adelia Woods who has been quite sick Miss REBECCA WILLIAMS who is in a big dressmaking establishment in Knoxvllle was here Sunday en route to Garrard to visit her parents MISSRA BESSIE HURDLE of Turners vllle and Katharine Murphy of McKinney are spending the holidays with Lexington friends and relatives REV R R NOEL was joined by his two daughters from Danville Wednes day and they all went to Garrard to visit Mr and Mm James Woods Mil M C WILLIAMS wife andsons John nnd James of Somerset were nests of Dr and Mrs E J Brown They went from here to Mt Vernon MRS J W COCKING and children of McKinney have been visiting Mrs Clark Moore Lloyd Hucy is at homo from school at Georgetown Somerset Republican EVERETT STONE who now operates a Mcrganthator for tho Lexington lien ald camo homo Tuesday to spend a few days with the homcfolks His friends are delighted at the rapid stride he is making In tho mechanical department of tho newspaper business LOCALS FOR RENT Nico cottage JC Mc Clary BUY a robs I Xmas at J C McClarys PRICES right on nil kinds of fruits at Singletons store STORM fronts lap robes horse blanks etc J C McClary BLACK MINORCA roosters for sale Mrs M J Speare Moreland OUR good friend Robert E Thomp son of the East End has our thanks for a turkey as big as a small sized ostrich Sam Robinson one of tho cleverest merchants in Stanford or any other town also remembered us with a present that wo duly appreciate HUMOR Is never so intensely enjoyed as when brought in direct contrast with pathos Such is tho humor in ladam Sarah Bernhardfa great play A Woman of Mystery which Mgrs iValters Way will offer at Waltons Opera House this Friday evening with Miss Courtenay Morgan in the part of Ayosha FLOUR at Singletons store will mokoI good Chrlstmasvcakes Danvilleavavenue tor rent Possession Jan 1 A R Wai lace SOMETHING NEWSouvenlr letters eight views of Stanford at Cummins McClnrYI4IALONG TilE KENO doa splendid rural play will hold the boards at Wat tons Opera Rouse on Jan 9 I FOR RFmTho Harris homo oC eight rooms on Logan avenue All modern conveniences Houso is It splendid repair P P Nunnelley tR M NRWLAND agent for the Mutual Life Insurance Co settled in full the Insurance carried by James B Green who died suddenly a tow weeks ago FOR SALE +OR NTThe J W Per rln cottage on Lancaster street This place can be bought at a bargain For particulars apply to In R Hughes Stanford Ky teleIrapheryule N C whero ho went for his health Ills home was at Mt Vernon and he was about 21 years old TURKEYS Beck Gooch bought 4200 turkeys In Casey and Lincoln at cost of 6006 Tho total weight wi aI 61000 pounds They sold them to J E Buck manager for Northcott Co TilE theSt Asaph Hotel made Mrs Mark Hardinli present of a 610 gold piece in appreciation of her kindness to them Sho greatly appre elates the kind motive that prompted the gracious deed e WANTED Gentleman or lady to travel for Mercantile Houso of large capital Territory at homo or abroad to suit If desirable the homo may bo used as headquarters Weekly salary of 1000 per yeo r andexpenses Ad dress Jos A Alexander Stanfor- DEAR Ky t OLD SANA Please bring Uncle Sam some mail clerks who will be care ful with their work nd try to get the dally papers to Lon aster nt least with- In ten days from date of their publica tion Lancaster Record Brer Lan dram should have also asked Santa to hove the postal clerks take a little more care with local papers e BADLY IIURTMr W H Murphy was badly hurt Sunday night in attempting to stop the runaway horse be1 longing to Harry Frye of Hustonville Tho horse had gotten away in Stanford and Frye phoned Mr Murphy to stop It In his effort to do so tho animal knocked him down hurting his back and cutting an ugly gash in his temple FRANK PETREY KILLED Frank Pc try son of Adam Pctrcy of Ottcnhcim was killed In what tho railroad men call a sideswipe at Habersham Tenn a few nights ago The remains were brought to the homo and interred HeI was braking and had been In tho em ploy of the L N for nearly two years He leaves a widow who is 0I daughter of Mr Uriah Albright They had been married less than a year GRiNSTEADOn Saturday lost at 3 M Mr John T Grinstead only son cf Prof and Mrs W C Grinstead of Danville died of pneumonia He was sick only four days and was never ful ly conscious from the time ho was stricken He was universally liked and none knew him but to call him friends was a favorite on tho athletic field and numbers a wido circle of friends in oil walks of lte His genial disposition made T Grinstcad a friend to nil who knew him He leaves a moth er and father and sister Mrs J W Ireland of this place to mourn his loss besides his myriad of acquaintances The departure of this lifo has left void which neither empty words nor earthly glory can fill for storied urn or animated dust can not bring back to its mansion tho fleeting breath or silent dust No voice can soothe the dull cold err of death May He Who tempers the wind to tho shorn Iamb tempers affliction to tho bruised hearts of the devoted parents and loving sister Is tho sincere petition of all who know them The funeral services were conducted last Sunday afternoon at the residence of tho parents by Eld Jos Ballou of this place and Dr VIDorgan of Danville A FRIEND L 1LOCUST posts for sale D C SIpple McKinney Ky JOST Main et a new pair of black undressed kid gloves Leave at this office REV WALTER LACKEYthe well known colored preacher is dead after a long Illness He was a prominent Odd Fellow and was buried by that order Tile dressed actress on the American stage Miss Courtenay Mor gan will appear at Waltons Opera House this Friday evening in a grand production of the celebrated Bcrnhardt drama A Woman of Mystery FIRE Tho largo store of The Rey nolds Coy at Waynesburg AL G and Theodore Reynolds proerietors burned at midnight on the 21st causing a loss of fully 0000 It is not known howl tho firo originated but it is believed that the building caught from tho stove or flue The Reynolds Co had fully 4 OOOs worth or goods and their loss was entire They carried 2000 insurance The Maccabees owned the building which coat about J150D They had a policy of 1000 The postofllce was kept in the store and the mail stamps books etc were all dcstroycd At present Postmaster Taylor Wesley is keeping the office at his home The Reynolds are not decided what move they will make- Additional Local on Second Page PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Cite I sIU aubIrrivrItatr to Or7IJICut rp at IlrumoU Pay Up or 1s Advertised J H Kdinlitonof Oral Orclmnl has uiyhtindsforUIM7 I watt tulrrrtbe each and every tier tons ncoount fur snk nt public mivtlonl oUi In the iNTKRioit JOTHXAI nnd on posters which will ln posted In public plum T II HIM shorn Waltons Opera House FRIDAY DEC 28TH Special Engagement The Society Event of the Season Messrs Walters tC Way Present tho English Actress Miss Courtenay Morgan In a magnificent production of Mlle Ikrnbarde Bcautiltil Romantic Piny Uno Female MistcrieiiFc A Woman of Mystery A strong Oast A Hcmitlful Ploy A Items tlful story JInmliomely Mounted sloe gpounly Gofttuiuwl gowns are ipeclnl Importations frollllurllduljned and nmili from orlglnnl dates n used b tho fiimoui Horn unrclt nt but theater In farts A ilniciin of wealth and tpleiulor HvnUoti sate n Mi Koberti Urui Htore 1rlce o v1rN1N1NNsl altit satia s r 1 OVERCOAT PRICES REDUCED t iInsufficIent cold weather Sales manyi i 25 Overcoats for 1950 r 20 Overcoats for 1650 1850 Overcoats for 14 15 Overcoats for 1150 1250 Overcoats for 10 10 Over icoats for 8 750 Over for 5 5 Overcoats icoats i SPOT CASH ONLY Pf CUMMINSMCLARY i f STANFORD KY tIIIIIIIII +lt++++ + + + + + + III + I + IIIltlIIIIII 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 fol lowing prices 5o each G fur 25c lOccuch tor 25c t lfc each 2 for 25c 25o and 60c each Both plain arid embroidered Also a new assortment of Pillow Tops at 15 25 and 50c Drawn Linen Scarfs Table Covers and Center Pieces at from 50c to 250rA beautiful new line of Umbrellas with plain and fancy handles nt BOc to 8900 Ladies Felt House Slippers in Black and Colors at 75c125 and 8150 Fancy Back Combs nt from 25c to 8225 Belt Buckles at 25c aud 50c Scarfs aud Silk Shawls from 50c to 8150 Ladies Rid Gloves in Black and Colors for 81 8150and a 8200 Every pair guaranteed Come to see us for the rest of the good things that we have for you r LMHUEYCODry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY t 1ttI The interior Journal Entered in the POt Ojjfce at Stanford c- umdol4 mater PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND TlUDaVX AT 500 PER YEAR CASK When poto paid ISM will be charged TURKEYS I Mammoth Tlronto bretl iron prize winning poneFont la to rl Ions U lull an or RIIIlrlu Mr W Whlte Fair View Poultry KnrmllteRCbersr- 1I1O hy- NEW LIVERY STABLE lUail ft CLUE ON be- nJUNCTION CITY KY nraVOlasa Tarnonte at Reuonable Hatei Special Attention to Trarellng Man and Hay For Sale For Sale Privately MT house acresof land altuate ouuido of town Jlmltu on the Somerae irte House bas 7 rooms kitchen and ter atable and all aceeearyontbutldlagua Water hydrant In 1V yard and one J P RAILf- iYA S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY 0eeover lcll6bcrte Drug Store in t J CtSo Owaley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Uaing determined to quit terming Iwill tell prlvntely my fnrin of 215 CI near Mortlnndon the OB Itallroail m Uatrom EanT111e2h tulle front JllIstolllIItJ well altcatrd Orespconelsts of corn hnIhorslS Wood mod cats Itockltnnetl n iMirguln If lllndI B buyer In the next an or 40 day B KINO Morelnml Ky INSURANCELife and lflre Lightning andddenl None the HTKONQKHT JBJtOTOompnnlei Kvpretentrd Loweat Ioa Rntei d Paying Kec orHTJnequalltKl Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone Mo 82 BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce tit Carter Limy Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY ftdal attention to Commercial Men Your ii solicited Horace handled on commission tdck Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale- S 1 wish to soil prlvntely my fnrm of 170 asm 5 mllea West of Lancaster on the loOn tBton pike It la well Improved and hat of water and tlmlwr fellced- ioBI1Julldlllgsln Alto an unIm provedfarm of 100 acres fete midway between nnd Lex s nV nptke Good outlet Well feared Turin retuonnble TlllKUniNO Maikebury Ky liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU thereIwllttledlnerunce1n 79aeenita and n suit mnilp to your Vifcmliy nil uxperhmcld tailor have nl tawttome lino of Fall Winter goods wau laiike froll1l low price business slIlt to 3fc fluent dreai suit OflII t Trims nand Fancy VesU Tho coui any I rep tetmt Is second to none HO ItUILEY The Tullor Stanford Ky e MeeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness addlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY OfflccJPhone It7 Home Phone 35 JLBeazieyCo Undertakers and Embalm m Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingaRugs They irill exchange Furniture for a Kinds of Stock Give i 3keaaCall Prices Right Vv ITANFORD KENTUCKY r t1 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Sheep are now in greater demand for mutton than In many years IDeard WHhtte of Boylo sold to O J Penial Atlanta eight horses at 150 J M Cress of the Proachersvi section had a fine jack colt to die a few days ago T B Hammonds bought of R J Hubble a pair of threeyearold 153 mules for 300 The top price for Burley tobacco was reached in Mt Sterling when a largo lot was sold for Hi cents Col W H Dudderar sold to J D VanclcayC of Arkansas his 3ycarc jack Prince Hubble for 1000 Tho jack Richmond owned by J R Knox and the late W L Caldwell was bought by W A Terry of Darren tor I860 One hundred horses and 400 mules burned in a fire which destroyed Harp Bros and Bragsdale d Carlisles stable in AtlantaMack of Danville Bold to lion C G Ogden of Withville Va a fancy four year old gelding by Marlon Squirrel for 400 M J Farris sold to J T Jessee 98 acres on tho Stanford pike for 750i He also sold the Dick Martin farm for 2500 says the Danville Herald- E P Woods has on display in the Lincoln county National Bank a sample of his fine White Burley tobacco whichI is hard to beat He has 15 acres of itI The Harrodsburg Heralds Tobacc lad Corn show will take place Monday January 7 For the best three pound of cigarette tobacco it will give a premium of 5j for the best thre pounds of bright leaf it will pay a premium of 3 and for the best tore pounds of red leaf it will give 2 Outwits The Surgeon A complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bow- es had reduced MrsThos S Austin of Leavenworth Ind to such a de ilorable condition that her docto id vised an operation but her hus and oaring fatal results postponed this to try Electric Bitters and to tho imazement of all who knew her this medicine completely cured her Guar mteed cure for torpid liver kid ey disease biliousness jaundice chill ind fever general debility nervous ness and blood polsAning Best ton 10 made Price SOc at Penny sIlDrm Uoro and Lyne Bros Try it r5Given UpTo Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St 2vansvilc Ind writes For over flve rears I was troubled with kidney and ladder affections which cauSed me much pain and worry I lost fics tad was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best pbysiulnns who did no no good and I was practically gi- cn up to die Foleys Kidney Cur vas recommended and the first bottl rave me great relief and after taking thesccond bottle I was entirely cured ennys Drug Store Gov Beckhatn has offered a reward of 500 for the arrest of Tom Wilson the painter who ran amuck in Bowling Green wounding six persons S S a No Opium in Chamberlain Cough Remedy There is not the least danger In glv ng Chamberlains Cough Remedy If mall children as contains no opium or other harmful drug It has antes ibllshcd reputation of more than 30 ears as the most successful medicine In use for colds croup and whooping ough Ittalways cures and is pleasant to take Children like it Sub by Stanford Drug Co 1Benjamin Brown financial manager of the American and United States Express Cos shot himself with suicidal Intent in Brooklyn Dealers say that those who hao- used Chamberlains Stomach and Llv er Tablets are quite loyal to them ahd can not bo persuaded to tako any substitute Get free sample at Stan ford Drug Co give theiji a trial Ind- you too will want them In preference to any other They cure stomach troubles biliousness andconstlpatlon Harrison Parkanhe man who first brought alfalfa from South America it in the United States is andllanted Kansas New Cure for Epilepsy J B Wutormun of AVatortown 0- Rural free delivery writes liMy- daughter aflllcted lot Several ears- with epilepsy was cured by Dr KingH- NeV Lire Pills She bas not had an attack for over two years Best body cleansers and life giving tonic pills on- earth 25c at Pennys Drug Storoand Lyne pros rho in the United States Treasury on December 31 will be 25 000000 three times amount at thd- same period last year Famous Strike Breakers Iho most famous strike breakers in- the land arc Dr Kings NewLlfe Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle the troubleand tbe purifying work goes right on- Dest cure for constipation headache and dizziness 25t at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab OrchardI f Central Kentucky Real Estate Excise XITJLE CO JSo IWNlr room collage and acre of land looted about I mile Iron Hhtlhr Clly The home alone cost tWV We will Mil tbli plan for Ito 1102060 acres lmliceIron Junction City 2 atorr 6roumlramedwelling good barn alb Imtke DIUte elC All In gos repair Incudlog feocing30aerIngrauand23 acne In eulnva- tloo I IumapplueteA- plandldgrapeearbor25U0 Ibi grape sold In l cnurthtt tip cod watered medlcaled wrll at Douro aDIl stock well at Urn etc 1rlnt 560- 0blourandGrlst Mill Anderson county Ky 31 barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 years ago Steam and water power the latter 8 month of too year It li an todate roller mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt The engine U of Tynan runt acres with the mill Including what li with the house of 5 rooms All for 14250 or U 500 for the mill and 14 acre One half cash Km One trade NO mill In 10uilo No srmA farm of HZ a hanjaon nioJ era 2 tarp brlct naldena nlCelr rUfDIhtd and up to date In eery panlcuiar hmre room well located In rents Thle propiity U close to Khool In a gook community and le one ot the nicest In county Large the place well wteroot and well not a hill on It TIn la only bout20eretocultlnllena- ndnatIngrua Pleat of Tale It an ideal home and apieodkl tarlQirlce fOIl oaabl No llA farm of 800 core one aad onchatf mile nmh of Huitnntltl on the banrllle pike Two story Iramo dwelllnz seen room reranda halKetc Fine yeung orcnard bearing all klndaol hull well watered Dem falling 1bulldlD1 and fence are In rood repairtfhta ter- mbdtuatednlbbest of Unculn cmmty ac111 an Ideal how l odld Ice boui j Iuo- Rlld nil other nccvainry outbuilding No 7S6Q urn of land near Junction Cllcut BeMa 2vaenIn cultlraltod rtllin grau a nice young orchard and of the Mt enl bar bon In lioeDtuckl arty sold JSOO pound o- fgrspntutycar Well watered and fenclllC good loeto and cnurchta A twoaiory ill room frame dwelling good barn etc allill- COO repel Prim 3M- No Twoalorr tram dwelling of all rootna to ball Tranda e well at loan and all otarr leceaiary outbuildings Alto large blackimltb hop and abrdi length of shop eel etwlde Thla property will be sold t a very owprlce No I1SA farm ol 311 arm situated about oils from Stanford and 3 nilleefrom Crab Oreha on the t ra of Cedar Critic Toe plan U sat In bout dldl aDd en auhdlfldrd About 2JO acreelt In cultivation timber tufficltnt to kip up ilace ne and onebait atnry frame dwelling u room ballllporcheaetc Two good Ice bows bnnrnDtrrl corn etc llactU well water ltbne barn bodng fair 1100 acre Term aTNe121Two houav and loU situated to Crab trchaid with alx and onehalf sera ol land at acbcd lloth are frame Cottage one conilitlne of 6andtheotberol a rooms Stable two goal pringa Hc The building ate new and the enclng It ordliary Two lood gardtni and er e Lcm U laature Will each place separately whole Price on the aa a whole 11300toNo IIM acm of land In tbe town limit or lowland about as ecru bottom land ana M acm ID woodland The piace la well fenced and water Id water wokawell and bum I dory fume back poich aura erkitclenandguodnnar Uood barn and tit ither necessary Including crib murr1e In good repair Itnclog In tint laaa all wire fm re la a braullral ptace a dulrabl boml clew to town and will roll heap moo on ally urn Bank HOGS KILLED I Linn to kill hOJlnllll will dell er to tutyonewithin onu idle of my pine ntcoovitckItAYOKK HIIAXKH Kowlnml Ky For Sale Privately Om tloublo ativtrd carriage with poluj I auwlnit machine I rvfrlHcnttor Iron ante I lutlr Icltlos1 A burrow t nnn clntrob or Kim I Imlatenil mnttrvii wish kliiuil Will sell cheap If weld nt onus P5ItA1Htnnfunl Ky Poultry And Eggs Wanted urketI will pay hlnliwut fur fur keys Guineas land all other imuttry Also rnliblM Will hu found can tnntl5 nt opted OlllollnCftllerHt J Ib lluek loca- lmntugcrHII Nortbcott JflMES MI PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DtiLEB U- THulldlnp Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nail Build tiers Hardware Paints Oils Kta I nanufacturo concrete blocks for bulld Ing purposes and do all kinds of con ireto work Prices on application rltt6ata6irs torsD- OLLS DOLLS IFrom 5c to g6 I IVIToilet Genuine sits HhnvliiR French Hta StagIII t Mirrors and oil the Ira 11Ol nr for the Indira Title line l the vt rlnteot Novellloa nllll hi T t tllltfYtIrlluonlIIIIIOI lIrrorll Alit the richly clerk trliiunil to show In I Mirlntmnn Ilne of Mnv srtnI nnil do oft nut forget tl- mDOLLS I Stanford r Drugcoll ON THE CAMPUS M N C The best year in the hstury of MIDDLEBURG NORMAL COLLEGE IJesolve plan come CALENDAR Winter term opera Tan 1clocs May 20 1007 Spring term opens March 21 closes May 15 1907 Entire expenses 84250 to 856 for fire numtlis depending on grade COURSE OF STUDY Primary Intermediate Advanced High School County CertifiCAte State Certificate State Diploma Pedagogy llookKccpitig Shorthand bug Instrumental and Vocal Muric Elocution For furthor Inforllllltionl address J S LAWHORN President Middlcbur Hy First Nationalot Stanford Hn Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit flank of Stanford In IISi- tben reorganised as the National Hank of Stanford In 188S and again reorKanltoi ai the First National Bait of Stanford U 1182 having had practically an unlnm rupted existence for 4J It la butter supplied now with facilities for transact Inrncslness promptly and well than oven before ID Its long and hooorabl carp Xccouob of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers 1 t HOOKER Praat T lUuius V Pre I J MOKOIIKUTS Ohi W U WKAKENAsst ChI Directors I Reid DanrllU 9 T Hauls Stanford J ffocker Btaoford K L Tanner McKinney 0 Kltnore Stanford nuthmaDlitanfodT lu Ronlnron Hubble L U Rauzhman Stanford J Peltbs Stanford O R Tate StaDfordI the Dncoln County national Dank Of Stanford KentucKy CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 =OFFICERS n S H SHANKS PRESIDENTMW 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK s a DIRECTORS J II Owaucr Stanford H SIUNKH Stanford O W CAHTEH Turnoravllle W n CUMMINS Proacheravllle L O Ooocil Wayneabutjf W n TIIAYLOR Gilbert Greek RL II cnobc Lancaster W O WALKER Stanford J li FOSTER Stanford W II SHANK Stanford J n PAXTON Stanford We rJOoUullyaollclt the accounts of Individual Flans and CorporntloneDank and 1JnklJrI lire JrtlpRrt to furnish nil depositors such as are onalttent with safe banking Modern SafotyvDepoilt Hexes In our vault for use or Jour Ouitoinori i4 I n jRirrosMl CLOTHES Grifon Brand Overcoats and Cravenette Rai Coats Best Try one SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY f 1 IOur store will be close JAN 2 AND 3 at whic time we will take an inven tory of our stockY W E Perkins rtKentucky Our Christmas Candies Fruits Etc are Ready for You in Quality Quantity Prices Come and See Us weN6 HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Gut Your FeedGrind Your Corn Pump Water Saw Wood USE THE MAN GASOLINE fNGINf j They are the simplest and best 1 SIZES FROM 2 TO HORSEPOWER l50J Hagan Gas Engine Co 1 Winchester Ky X Fo- rXmas Goods SEE Come toME 4 GEQftGE H FARRIS y- V