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lliiothtiiri hlit lino K IMII I llnki to M lino tlienru hH II lit NIK 4S iinlcii tu tliv eorittr of thu fonco tliMico V tte7 1t S Iii atone tllrneo t t 415hlukatothattarteroflistMnrtor I afnnlnllrontatningl netrwt nod l IAtllto wns forjiu r ly ownul liy Ilbson Thonl will Iw miiilo tin n In of its1- monthi uiul the turnlr3aur will ruqutred tlu urchllilt prtcowItll np provalee0urltylutyuhlutothuenngnlInnurlplnrulg wr annum lag the forcn and infect of u pudgnanl t To further mecum tho of come a lo n will ho rutiilmtl on lliu land told 1 OED B SAUFLEY 1110 It C C Hero and There Leo county went dry filO to 97 Richmond will vote on tho whisky question March 12 Harry Thaw trial for killing Stanford White in New York City will begin Jan 2lp Three people were killed by an Italian nnd his son in a railway camp near Danville Va S J Ilockce vice president of tho American National Bank of Louisville was found dead In bed Heart disease was the trouble David P Hobb for 40 years grand treasurer of the Grand Commandery of tho Knight Templars Is dead at Ver sailles after a long illness Utcnuso his sisterinlaw was married to Henry Morris against hIs wish es Lewis Wilson colored went to their home near Hopkinsville n few hours after tho ceremony andshot them both probably fatally Shot three times by the man he attacked with a large knife Frank 1ln well dropped by the bedside of his motherinlaw who was dying and expired almost instantly in Itorrcn county The man who shot him was Willis Dearing his brotherinlaw who is n mrnlytlc and cannot speak a work Nashvilles manufacturing and whole solo Interests figure that they have made or sold approximately 140000 000 worth of goods during 1906 This is nn Increase of about 15000000 over tho previous year Tho retail business has also been good showing a healthy Increase during the year It Is put at 20000000 About new concerns of various kinds were started in Nosh ville during tho year This and That Uoumnnia is the most illiterate coun tryA goose will sometimes lay for 25 or 30 years A Spanish bull lighter makes 2500 a performance Sluce the abolition of the slate the tight of schoolchildren has improved An Atlantic liner must earn 80000 n trip before she can reckon on any Now Zealand Government is com polled to supply work at 2 a day to nil who apply Spains average sunshine is 3OCO hours annually eight hours a day throughout the year Two mahogany logs for veneering purposes were recently sold in New York for 3750 apiece The lion is lefthanded So is tho parrot Livingstone claimed that left handednrss was common to all animals Though saccharine a product of coal tar is 20 times sweeter than sugar there is practically no nourishment in IUOrange and lemon trees are very fruitul A single orango tree will produce 20000 oranges a single lemon tree 8000 lemons His IlnshairIlm Didnt you ho cried imperiously when I bought that ring for 5 agree to toll tho young lady it cost 2501 Yes yes said tho jeweler in sooth ing tuna But let me explain I was out at lunch at tho time and it was my fool of a clerk who told her it was only a 6 ring SoyoUseo Nevertheless take that said tho other as bo brought down thu great club Public Speaker Interrupted Public sparkers 1110 frequently ln torrupted by people roughing This would not happen if Foloys Honey and Tar wore taken as it cures cqughs and colds and prevents pneumonia and consumption Tho genuine con tains no opiates and Is In a yellow package Pennys Drug Store Over 100 shots were tired in n fatal affray at a Negro dance at the homo of Leo 1arrish near Glasgow Ben Mun day and John Shannon were instantly killed Chris Uyboo was shot seven times The trouble occurred in a room 10 feet square Danger In Asking Advice When you have n cough or cold do not ask some ono what is good for It as there is danger in taking some un known preparation Foloys Uqnoy and Tar cures coughs voids and pro vents pneumonia Tjio genuine Is in a yellow package Holusp substitutes Pennys Drug Store At his request two coffins wore used in burying John Burke at Columbus Ind One contained his body and the other lllicd with dirt was placed on top of IttOrlno Laxative Fruit Syrup tho now Laxative stimulates but docs not irritate It Is tho best Laxative Guaranteed or your money back Pennys Drug Store Tho officeboy was boastingCQur firms so big he said that tho clerks saved 5000 worth of ink this month by witln Christmas Xmas NEWS NOTES A Montana man illegally fenced 13 107 acres of land and he was indicted for it- On the fifth attempt to vote whisky out of Winchester Tenn tho drys won a victory More than 11000000 pieces of mall went astray last year because of insuf ficient addresses Threo children of Stanley Singleton were burned to death in a fire at Heater Station W Va lliflhop A Coke Smith of the Meth odist Church South died at Asheville N C of pleurisy The Wabash Railroad Company has filed a 200000000 mortgage at St Louis covering all its properties Kit Moore who killed John Kincaid in Frankfort was acquitted at his ex amining trial He established a case of sclfpcfenae Tho spoke factory of E E Bell Sons was burnedat Puducah the fire threatening much other property including n steamboat tied up on the river Alexander Johnston Cossatt presi dent of tho Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany and ono of tho foremost railroad men and financiers in the country is dead in Philadelphia Rev II I Holder n wellknown Presbyterian minister was assassinat ed at Troy Tenn Ills body was found near the railroad tracks There is no clew to the murderer- A revision of tho figures shows that Ohio got 100805 1C32 out of the liquor traffic this year under the high license law which has reduced the number of saloons by tho thousands Business men of Sonora Mexico arriving at Phoenix Ariz say that within tho last two months IG AmeriI cans have been killed by Yaqui Indians at various Mexican pointsILeo county voted against open sa loons in a local option election held un der tho County Unit law The saloon men made no fight but will contest the election alleging irregularities With his clothes in a blaze J I Page fell from tho cupola of an avid factory in Lexington and struck the ground 30 feet below without serious injury either front the fall or the bums Suit was filed at Frankfort for 25I050 damages for the death of a convict in tho penitentiary who was killed in side tho walls Ly a live wire E T Lillard former warden is tho adminis tratorMrs Russell Sage widow of tho fi nancier driven to bay by beggars hAs made public a statement to the effect that she does not intend to make any immediate distribution of the fortune left her William C Anderson former assist ant paying teller of the First National flank of Kansas City pleaded guilty to embezzling 9000 of tho banks funds and was sentenced to four years in the steps are soon to be taken in New York and elsewhere to establish u system of compulsory and accurate records of the enormous number of persons who uro annually killed and in jured in Americas vast army of in dustrial workers The Hillside Coal Company of Muh lonbcrg county has filed complaint against the Illinois Central railroad al leging discrimination in failure to fur nish the requisite number of cars and the case will bo heard by the State Railroad Commission A petition has been filed at firming ham to prevent the Standard Trust Company from doing business in Ala bama on tho ground that it is a lot tery scheme The company which docs business in Kentucky buys homes on tho installment plan King of All Cough Medicines Mr M O Caso u mall carrier of Canton Center Conn who has been In tho U S Service for about 10 years says Wo have tried ninny cough medicines for croup but Chain berlnlns Cough Itemed Is king of nil and one to bo relied upon ovary time Wo also thud It the best remedy for coughs and colds giving certain re sults and leaving no bad after ef fects For sale by Stanford Drug Co Swear oil lyin1 said the older in habitant Ho hugged the redhot stove in tho general store more closqly You boys swear oil lyih1 fer n noor year res olution am an I dont rcc elect ever hevinf told a lie Thats all right said the barber gently We dont expect frobodys memory grand pa to very acrato at 82 Long Tennessee Fight For 20 years W L Howls of Bells Tenu fought nasal oatarrh Ho wrltc3jThe swelling nod aqrcnoss In side my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklona Arnica Salvo to the sore surface this caused tho sore ness and swelling to disappear never to return1 Host salvo In existence 25c at Pennys Drug Store find Lyno Bros f f r IK NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Sol Turpln on aged citizen of Som ers4Is dead Noland Is in jail at Richmond charged With stealing cattle from Dr RC Combs A 30000 fire swept over Columbia and wiped out a good portion of tho business houses Near Shopvllle Pulaski county Andrew Todd aged 14 accidentally shot and killed William Goff aged 11 Mrs Stephen Wooldridgo died at her home in Hnrrodsburg of pneumonia tier husband was a gallant Confederate soldier JnhisMrs Wes K Cardwell at Harrods burg It is not known what disease carried him off Col Campbell Slemp Congressman from the Ninth Virginia district has bought 7000 acres of coal and timber lands in Knott county Col Slemp now owns 27000 acres in Eastern Kentucky The Gotliff Land Company of Whit ley county with 50000 capital stock has been incorporated M H Smith W L Mapothcr and J H Ellis of Louisville and A Gatliff of Williams burg are the incorporators- Mrs Mary B Rice through her at torneys Breckinridge Brcckinridge has filed suit in the Doyle circuit court seeking to recover alimony to the amount of 7000 from her husband roe Rice a prosperous young farmer of the Hedgcville community Boylo County HeraldAt Negro dance near Mill Springs Wayno county Hoot Coffey was shot through the bowels with a shotgun and died and Bled Coffey wasshot in the arm Amputation was necessary The shooting occured during a general fight in which 25 or 30 shots were fired Both men were shot by James Wil son son of the man at whose house the dance was given A Texas Wander Theres a Hill at Howie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L JIm who from a weight of pounds has grown to over ISO Ho says I suffered with a terrible cough and doctors gave mo up to die of Consumption I was reduced to CO pounds when I began taking Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump lion Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and ain completely cured Only sure Cough und Cold cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store and Lyno Bros hoe and 81 Trial bottle free CRAB ORCHARD Tlic Crab Orchard Masons elected the following officers Dr W J Edmis ton W M Dr M M Phillips S W W L Bell J W Dr G B Lyne sec retary Samuel Reynolds treasurer A B Bastin S D J G Riddle J D James Roberts S and T The Odd Fellows elected these for the present year Russell Dillion Noble Grand A B Bastin Vice Grand II L Wells secretary George B Lyne treasurer Gov Luke P Blackburn whoso rep utation as a physician and philanthro pint is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated aperIand will cure more diseases than any ono remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores Higher wages in other callings and tho increased living cost hadq caused such a defection from the ranks of postal clerks nnd letter carriers that First Assistant Postmaster General hitch- cock has recommended more pay and a longer vacation for such employes The cries of his victims threeyear old child in his cars forced the confession of John G Price he says in a statement made to tho Philadelphia police in which ho admits killing Mrs Maurice Lewis who tried to frustrate tho robbery of her home by him Of the coal output of tho United States in 100G amounting according to the Manufacturers Record to 430 000000000 tons Kentucky Is credited with 9250000 West Virginia1 heads tho list with 41000000 tons to her credit President Cassett was the first man to order passes to be cut off and now he is dead Other railroad presidents will take notice and govern themselves accordingly Kentucky Journal Now I lay mo tosleep And tuck me in my little bed If I should die before I wake How would I know that I was dead s p tI During 1906 12 persons were Jkilled while paying base ball nnd nine int foot ball games met death Eight Jockeys wore killed in racer pH jJ a A 0 DUNNJ J K BKAZLKY i GREAT COMBINATION SALE 1 At Stanford Ky on Jan 16 111111A WILL SELL 160 Head of Stallions Jacks Mares and Geldings c Composed of the finest and best bred both Saddle and Harness Stallions ever offered for Sale in Kentucky Some well matcd and handsome High Class Teams n lot of Good Business anti Show Horsesgood enough for the best markets Good class of big butte Jacks and Jennets Also 15 pairs of the best intilea in tho State Ample Accommodations for Stock and People JKerWrile for Catalogue DUNN C BEAZLEYStanford COLT D ENGLISH Auctioneers low Sreelingr We Feud this to sound the alarm That another year is closing und 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 OKDEU TO IN FORM YOU THAT THE CHAS WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTON VILLE is the proper place to buy your CHRISTMAS GOOD Yes wo havo purchased largo lino di xAS GOODS from THE OLD MAN and not his BOYS consisting of everything to tickle everybody from tho Little Tot to the Grandma TOYS GALORE BIBLES and Books for tho young and old Everything from a Jumping Jack to a Hobby Horse Jewelry Wo have aline to please everybody A special died for handsome gifts that no ono would ho ashamed of Firstclass sad strictly reliable General Line Everything that is kept in a general store We have a special sale on in Clothing every day 10 per coot oil on Overcoats and Suits LADIES and CHILDRENS CLOAKS Eye one a Bargain New stock MILLIN ERY 25 per cent oh to clean up for the Benson Now stock A large stock of Shoes nt the old Prices Notwithstanding the advance on hoes we will continue to sell nt old prices Pay no ntention to what others may say y about advances Just como to us we will convince you Wo will Rive you money if you will let us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Ky D1MQNDSi and Fine Jewelry at Reasonable r Pricesr n- We Cordially Invite You to Visit our Store diWhile in Danville i HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Why We succeed l l t Y Wo sell goodf goods Wo have lie right price Wo give you a square deal Wo dont wanf it all 1 We like to have other people doeonie business Wo give fair trcutnientSio eorlod4 Au inspection of goods nnd comparison or pHccfifa invited Geo Da Hoppers j Stanford Ky Hnrlware Groceries tic IF t l tT 0 r The Interior Journal R Co WALTON = M F NORTH II a candidate forKopresontntlveot Lincoln county subject to the action elllo ratio party J T ROBERTS It candidate for Magistrate In the Omb Orchard Ministerial District subject to the action of the party ANOTHER year has rolled around and beginning this morning wo writo it 1907 The year just ended has for tho most part dealt gently with us There has been neither war nor pestilence nor panic but on tho contrary we are tInt peace with the world and the rest of mankind and the country at large is in a healthy condition financially and otherwise The good town of Stanfo has not grown very materially during the year which came to an end a few hours ago but there has been considerable improvement and the capital oC Lincoln presents a better and more substantial appearance than it did a year ago There ia yet room for improve ment and we hope a year hence Stan ford will not only be tho best town ini rr cleanIestINTERItORknowledges his gratitude for the liberal tjktumagp ithas received from the best onailtaency any paper ever had With a circulation twice as largo as the strongest of its contemporaries and I full quota of advertising we feel that the cheapest and best is moving along pretty welt thank you and realizing that a paper so well patronized should bo as good as possible we pledge renewed efforts to make the I J more readable in 1907 than it has been under its present management Some decid ed improvements are contemplated in early Spring but about that wo wiU tell our readers later As usual it wiU be our effort to tell the news and the truth it matters not who it helps or hurts and about city and county affairs we promise to keep the public posted even if it makes ears burn and hearts ache Public officers are but public stt vanta and those who are derelict to their duty whether they belong to the courthouse or city hall administrations must walk the straightand narrow path or let our readers know the reason why Feeling and hoping it will be necessary never to mention them save in a pleas nit way and with the kindest feeling for them all we wish them and the rest of our readers and patrons a happy and prosperous new year and that the present will be the best year of their lives RURAL route carriers are finding their jobs far from sinecures It calls for constant hard work and expo sure to all sorts of weather The number of resignations last year was 4 441 or 12 per cent From the maxi m im pay allowed 5720 a year the car rir must provide a creditable conveyance and at least two horses are necessary An outfit properly main timed costa an average of 250 a year leaving to the carrier a compensation ettimated at from 320 to 5420 or at tha most about S a week a pay much below that received by town car riers though it must be added that the cost of living in cities is larger JOE J SPANGLER of York Pa who it described as a prophet philanthro pist and philosopehr says this country Is to be stricken with a famine great r than now effects China and that the world will come to an end in 1003 He says ho basis his prediction on Biblical knowledge He is a longtime Bible student and he believes that men who make a study of the Book and fail to see the forecasts of fear ful calamities are slow to cath on IK an interview at Topeka Kansas Hon W J Bryan practically admitted that he would be a candidate for the presidential nomination before the next Democratic National Convention While I have not yet announced that I would be a candidate said Mr Bry II have not stated that I would not I do not intend to Such a high kraa the presidential nomination is ing that no American citizen decline RAts JUDCGK9the first man opt government by injunction ndustrial use is dead in Ohio njunction that he issued about 13 s ago in a strike case was not only ething of a surprise to the laity many lawyers regarded it as a new application of an old process and some entertained doubts of its validity The discussion over it however had the effect of sustaining the process GEORGIANS have the wrong idea of celebrating Christmas Three persons were killed and five met death by acv cident on the first day of the festive season A bunch of Kentuckians should be sent to the corn cracker Mate todo missionary vork t A DENVERcoupl brated their 65th anniversaryadmitted they h d been they were marriedT no doubt read be Happy the eymoon Although MarriLearyln their hoc t rk y 1uy1 k F n rJ r t IT looks like Senator Bailey will boI vindicated by his homo people T first special for or against Bailey primary election in Comanche county Texas thought to be the strongc antiBailey county in tho state went for him three to one Ills friends in tho town of Comanche celebrated the victory with bonfires andjfireworkg IT was a bad year for fakirs Dowse pretensions were punctured and the Negro known as the Bronzo Christ who went about barefooted in the coldest weather preaching a sort of religion of his own invention has been indicted at Lexington for rece ing stolen goods JOHN D ROCKEFELLER whose it como a minute is more than some peo pies a year has ordered oysters cut from his bill of farojbccause they aro so expensive It will be no fault d f John Ds if ho dies in the poor house TilE dispatches say that President Roosevelt killed many birds during his hunt near Charlottesville Yn The exact number Is not given but the impression prevails that it was somewhere between one and two TilE Montgomery Ala man who seriously wounded his daughter while attempting to shoot his wife is a fit subject for Judge Lynch and ho will likely sit in his case if tho brute is caught TilE Baltimore Sun talks horse sense when it says this country Is more in need of box cars than battleships POLITICAL Sherman Chastecn has been appoint ed postmaster at Disputanta Rockca tie county It is likely that the Philippine Tariff Bill will strike a rocky road in the Senate at the next session Former United States Senator Donel son Caffery is dead at his home in New Orleans He was a veteran of the Con federacy and one of the best known men in the South An interchange of visits between President Roosevelt and King Edward is proposed by Capt Edward Kincaid M P who has reached New York on a tour of this country To get around the troublesome ques tion of precedence in the matter of the Speaker of the House at public fund tions President Roosevelt will give a special dinner to Mr Cannon The Bureau of Insular Affairs has made known the fact that moro steno graphers are needed in the Philippine service Another examination will be held January 28 by the Civil Servic CqmmissionSecret agents have had their attention called to an inflammatory pa per published in Berkeley Cal by Jape anese in which the assassination of the Mikado President Roosevelt and othI era in authority is advocated The statement of the Secretary of War recently published is taken it Washington to mean that unless he can succeed Chief Justice Fuller or the Supreme bench Mr Taft will bean avowed candidate for presidency A vote in the Texas Assembly would result in the return of Senator Bailey to Washington by a good majority ac cording to a St Louis staff correspon dent who wires his views of the situa lion in the Lone Star State from Ft Worth Delay may be dangerous he adds for it allows the putting of ques Lions as to ethics which may hurt the man under fire CHURCH MATTERS There will be preaching at the Baptist church Sunday morning Also ommunion services Rev W B Yandles subject at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning next will be Some Temptations of a reacherRev B Lander writes from Louisville as follows Thero will be the usual services in the Hustonvillo Pres ytenan church next Sunday morning nd night to whicn all are cordially in H A Northcott who held a protracted meeting at the Christian church here during Rev F W Allens istorato died a few days since at his- home in Knox City Mo He was one of the most successful evangelists the Christian church CORNS CURED art will positively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and- re absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of- this great preparation only costs cents and nothing if a perfect cure is- pot speedily effected G L Penny uggist Stanford Ky A trolley car at Cincinnati turned turtlo while rounding a curve and one assenger was kllled and the remainder 110re or less seriously injured Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers In- tbe land are Dr KingsNewLlfePills When liver and bowels go on strike- they quickly settle tho trouble and t4 purifying work goes right on lest cure for constipatlen headache and dizziness 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard J v 14 Vi ISt- 1 1 Cut Your Peed Grind Your Corn imp Water Saw e USE THE HAGAN GASOLINE ENGINE 4 i They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 TO 50 HORSEPOWER Hagan Gas Engine Co Winchester Ky Pioneer Wire Fencett D Square mesh and the Best Wire Fence Model For sale by E T Pence Jr Stanford Ky Denier in Farming Implements Buggies Surreys Etc Jesse W Sweeney PHormrroK Livery Peed and Solo Stable Lanoaster Ky Look Out for Bargains And bo Sure to go to the Right Place to Get Them Hot brandortlonMenandlloyClotht- higcuthnlflntw u Working Hiwiwmlors 15c lint 310 ami YllrllsIk 15c HURnr 20 pounds for llrown sugar U licit nynipffio ChrlSuwe grade and many pretty present Fire Work alai smalt toys for children Come com for the li days and get the Iwnvlll of low price D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court 111 Holtzclnw plaintiff va time Marls defendant Notice of Mile Iurnuunt ton Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered In the above styled ecUou the undersigned inuitercomr will on MONDAY Jun II Mi7hetwecn and S P In front of tho court house door In Htnnford Kye11 nt public outcry to tho highest nnd best the real estate which Is herein nfter described or no touch thereof an may lt nucoe to natlsfjr the sum of J 0170 wltulnterestthereouat tho ado of o percent per annum from lheptII lima until paid the 0011 of this lIeUolI- Th said real estate U situated In Lincoln county Ky and le bounded on tho North II of W N Uurllllllla airs on tnVHouthl v AV u Hnlllh land ou thu Kast by Wilson anti on the Wet by Hmlths land and lea part of the hind of the Ills Klv T tarot of tliti Into n W James on tbo North slilo of the Itlchmond rood about three ml lew North Of Vrul Orchard and em bras ten acrid of land or leu on which tbcro III a dwelling house und out buildings The sale will be made on a credit of six mouths and tho uurchnicr will Im required to give bond for the wI hap proved security piiynblu to thecommlsslon er nnd bearing Interest nt the rate of 0 per cent per annum from dato of sale until to have tho force and uffec- tufajuiginert and to further secure the k lied be retained on tho 10111 add GEO D SAUFLEY M C 1 C C HENR- YATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal ANDIThe Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR oN1Y 150Fcwjeojile In tt e United States have not Jus CourierJournal Democratic In all thing fair In all things clean In all thing It Is esseatlally a family paper By ipccUf arrangement we are enabled to of fee the WEEKLY COURIBROUUNAL ono yur and this paper for the pride named bojft Bend your subicrlptlon for the com bin tlo1to UtDot tlth CourierJournal Stockholders Meeting A tncetliiK of the stockholder of the Onb Orchard llauklnit Co will Iw held nt Shall banking house the first Monday In Jan unry iwff for the purpose of electing dire tots ior th unsulug year JC HAILKYCnshlrr Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Kin National Hunk of Htnnford will tt hold It their luinklm bouse the second Tuo dny III electtugdirectorJolIK J McIloiiKHT ashler Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders the Lin coin County National llnnkof Htanford wll held at t lelr tanking houw the secom Tuesday In Jauunryluc for the purpOM of electing directors for the cniulng year W M ItKKillT nhler Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tho stockholders of the Nn tlunal Itnnkof Iluslnnvllle will IM held sit their banking house In lliutonvllle the eec mad Tuesday In January It betweon Bnnc IX A it for the purpose of electing direc Ion to serve tho ensuing year J W UO KKH Cashier r VITAE O E Mothers Natures forthe Ills of Mankind Ialn Killer dorm Destroyer Disease Hull Isher Hlo xl Vltallzer Health and HtreiiKth Itestorcr N II Bogie Marksbury Kentucky nenernl Agent Blue Grass Farm for Sale I I wish to sell farm SJ4 mll iwAVcit of lliutonvllle mile from pike and Car en ttlrll tat Ion eonslting of ihS store of rich blue grass nCIIII or tobacco laud till In grace This tuna can be equally dhd1 to idvantage so ai to 1m von good dWlllIng on each place iilso necessary outbuildings Tile farm lays almost In a square only one ingle In lines There are three stock barns good tobacco bun 2 stables tenant kouic good water In every Held six lastlni curing with 3 streams running through whole track J HTUBLK OAUIKNTKH llustonvllle Ky POSTED strictlyforhldasslng on our ponce and will prosecute vl ilutors to tbo full extent of the law Fred VonGruenlnan llvlchcnlmch Bro Fred VonAllman A Voiidruenlgail Fred Hnuiimnn leorgellolmeii- K llelchenliach JOlllih Dillon A U Dunn M J Hofiimnn- MrsMHuydcnWelch MII Klinore 1I11ld Htephens Mary llofmmnn INuiinelley J Ituughman J 0Carpetur Jacob JlJlllwIII Ham lInmeroli- lIra MJAshiuck tJC Ooor Fred Handorf JIr MlVndleton- W L Cordler J Nevln Carter 1eter llalmor J Camenlnch Green Kerrlll W It Dnughvrty J h lIrllcJ1JUnk Hprutt J FGover W K Ainon J W 1eak II K Martin Meiser it 1uitou W O Itoutt- W 1 Martin Kumuel Lindsay M F Cordler Mose Herry Alox Cooilr Mrs Mary lepple Mm AVnlt Warren Mr Sluttlo White Hlmpion lIio TlnilnyHpoolininuN Hen I Martin M K Lawrence j rRiSENTSJ Thetime has come when people no longer buy for presents articles that are not useful and what can be more useful than things we 1wejIJi s Overcoats Suits Hats Shoes Underwear Shirts Neckties Susjpenaers Mufflers Um brellas Suit Cases Handbags Fancy Vests Silk Handkerchiefs Collar Buttons Cuff Buttons c J aUfIIas one would wish See our stock and maybe we will have just whatr you are looking for tl r Ji H J McROBRTS t STANFORD KENTUCKY We have a large line of Christ mas Stationery Dolls Books Pipes and other goods suitable for Holiday gifts but the stock is being picked over rapidly so you should buy early Our line of h MEDALLIONS PICTURES at a moderate price as well as handsome FOUNTAIN PENS is especial ly strong 4 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Along The4 Kennebec A Beautiful Rural Comedy at Wal tons Opera Stanford on J Wednesday Evening Jan 9 GREAT BARGAINS- HOLIDRY r IN J GOODS CALL NOW W Br McRoberts DRUGGIST II STANFORD ER80KAL supervision givep to all Prescriptions compounded l ir Looking Forward All signs point to higher prices for nil kinds of merchandise While you busy with your nllaira dont forget that wo are leaving no stone unturned lIoreoffer you goods with ns little mlvnnco IIH poMiblo without letting the quail ty eutlcr Wo Imvo already undo larger contracts for mcrc1lall itO at low prices nod wo In vito you to take advantage of these fortunate purchases Trade with us in 1107 No gUMsing Ill to quality no gaino of chance as tO rice y ttfi r I SEYERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 t 1t STANFORD KY JAN 1 1007 3 eUIplyfJnyMtore f PERSONALS n Loulavllleei on U J 1 businessMR M NEWUND went to LouU villa Saturday Dn J Gt CARPENTER wont to Lex hJtion Saturday DK SV N Ciuio U down trom Muldlesboro for n fuw days MIss MARY GAnNtrrr of Cave City is with her sister Mrs J S Rico Miss CATIU ZUNI MEHHITT of Dnn villc in with Miss Loraine Campbell Miss JANie WOOD Fox of Danville U the guest of Mltfl Catherine Lynn- E C Mooiin of Liberty was the guest of his slater Mrs Ed Wilkinson Mn A A McKiNSBY of lx uUvillc was hero several days with old friends MRS J H HOCKKR of Kansas City is with tho family of Mr J S Hocker UON J S OWSLEY SR of taxing ij ton is with his son iron J S Owslcy Jr k MIss MAGGIE SACRAY of Danville pent several days with her sisters L hero V Mn TAYLOR HKJKS of Columbus k Kansas ti viaitin rclativca and friends F heroMR LOGAN Sworn of Henderson was tho guest of the family of Mr J L Totten MRS ANNIE DOTY and son James of Mlllorsburg are visiting Mrs J W Baughman Miss LULA CIIRISMAN isnthomofrom MU Sterling to spend some tlmo with her parents CAtT Taos UICIIARDS has rented Mrs Lottio Holmes cottage on West Main Street- JlOt JOHN E PATRICK of Jackson was tho guest of Capt Thomas Rich ants and family f- Misa LINDA MILLKR who has been teaching at Vancouver Wash Is expected homo this week MRS W K SllUQARS who has beer l with her parents M McKinney returned to Brodhcad Saturday MR AND MRS L N Howling and r little son of Warren havo been tho guests of Mrs Monroe Curtis SENATOR It L HUBIILE Mcssrr M B Eubanks A I Sloan and U L Sloan are in Atlanta with mules MRS WILLIAM MORELAND returned to Lexington Saturday after a visit to her daughter Mrs W C Shanks Miss HALUB BUTTON of Lexington and Mr Joe Kenton of Alabama wero tho guests of the Misses Lutes MR C C Goocit ono of Waynes burgs clever merchants was here yes terday having Dr OBannon treat his eyesMRS W B McKINNEY and daughter Miss Nancy Katherine returned yesterday from n visit to Mrs Craig at MIddlcsboro TUB Warren Grigsby Chapter will meet at 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon with Mrs W II HIggins A full attend ance Is desired- MtsaFst SARAn BLAND and Jewell Spoonamoro spent a part of Christmas week with aunts Mesdames L H and Will Stone MR AND MRS JAMES B COOK who spent last week with relatives hero and at Hustonvillc returned to their homo In Nashville yesterday MR W M OWENS wlfo and Miss Lizzie Mulllnd of Burr Kockcastlo Dr R L count wero hero having Davlson do dental work MRS JAMES F HOLDAM accompanied Mr and Mrs W Mason Morris to their new home at Muskogee I T Sho will remain several weeks MRS JENNIE DANIELS and baby and Mr James Daniels and family of Scam I mon Kos nro visiting her father J f Bland and other relatives Mr L II Stono and Mrs J H Raney ALBERT JOHNSON has rented tho Har- i ris residence on Logan Avcnuo and will movo to it soon Mr A II Holtzclaw his fatherinlaw will live with him MR JOHN SNIDER and wife have re- turnedj to Cincinnati Mr A C Cor nett of that city has succeeded Mr S as manager of tho bottling department of W H Traylors distillery I MRS J S CORDIER and son of Lebanon Junction spent Christmas with her Mr and Mrs B P Mar Un at Rowland George and Russell Proctor of MU Vernon ore guests at Mr Martins jp y Ar NEVIUS is over from Winchester JAMrs CURTIS went up to Pmovillo yesterday to visit friends Miss FLORENCE SIIEUIV of Arcadia camo up yestcnlay to visit her Bister Mrs P M McRobcrts Miss VIRGINIA WARREN who hasj been visiting in Louisville passed through to her homo at Middiesboro yes terdnyIDR JACKSON GIVENH wife and daughter Miss Mary Glvcns of Pitts burg wore passengers on yost mluys Southbound train MR JOHN BRIGHT is up from Somer sot whoro ho is connected with the Waddle Grocery Co He likes tho Queen City of tho Mountains so well ho has dccldeded to tako his family there Stanford people In general will gill them up with much regret LOCALS GASOLINE engine oil at W II Hig gins Ix cuT forsal D C Sipple McKinney Ky Iaicna right on all kinds of fruits at Singletons store BROWN Leghorn hens and roosters for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford Ky UBSIDBNCB on Danvillo avenue for rent Possession Jan 1 A R Wal lace LOST in StanfordFriesday speckled hound pup seven months old Reward This office Mn J B PAXTON has been appointed administrator of the estate of John A Wright FIFTEEN extra good meat hogs 300 to 400 jtounds for sale B D Holtz claw R R No1 Stanford SAVE money tlmo and trouble by ordering papers and magazines from Miss Mettle Harris Crab Orchard Ky A NEW book entitled How to be Happy Though Married Is on tho market Looks like it out to have n big solo Tilts hasabout completed a 38pa catalogue for Messrs A C Dunn aid J R Beazleys combination sale which will be held hero Jan 1C and 17 A cholco lot of stallions geldings mares jacks mules and ponies aro advertised e A SMALL crowd witnessed the per formance of A Woman of Mystery atWaltons Opera House Fridayeve The show was above the average but hardly as good as was expected The absence of music the fault of the company in stead of tho opera houso management as charged by tho show people de tracted no little from the performance Tug attention of Messrs Cicero Reynolds and John M Stone who com pose tho street committee is called to tho terrible condition of tho streets in Stanford Main Street Danvillo Street Lancaster Street and Logan Avenue ire all in a deplorable condition and need repair at once Wo trust this hint to the wise will bo sufficient but if not more ano- nSnrnRoNMrJohn W Sherron aged 67 died at a late hour Thursday avenlng of consumption after an Illness of six weeks Ho Is survived by his wife and seven children Including Mrs J S Campbell of this place Mr hen was a devout member of tho Christian church and a clever honorable citizen Tho burial occurred in Buffalo cemetery Saturday afternoon after services by his pastor Rev L M Ome- rllAMILTortMr Isaac Hamilton aged 75 died at his homo in the country of pluropneumonia Thursday night af ter a protracted illness The burial took placo in Buffalo cemetery Saturday morning after services at tho homo by Rev R B Mahony Deceased was twice married his surviving wife bo ing a Miss Poppies Three children sur vivo him Mr David R Hamilton of Louisville by his first wife and a littlo son and daughter by his second For many years ho was n merchant at Rowland and ho amassed a considerable for tune there Ho was a kindhearted clover man and many friends aro saddened by his death Ho was a member of the Baptist church for many years Mr Hamilton was born In Bullitt coun i but had been a resident of Lincoln EOHBtyfor many years To Our Customerst oa We believe thanks are always in order especially go at this timo when wo arc again reminded that you by cooperating with us have made the past year one of great satisfaction to us We have put forth our best efforts to please you in quality and price If wo havo unwittingly slighted you or made an error we are here to right it Wo arc contemplating ninny im provements for 1007 and ask you to share the many advantages which will come to you and us jf you continue to favor us with your patronage Again thanking you for your patronage and wishing you all the prosperity and happiness that 1907 can bring We arc yours for Internets FOR RENT Nice cottage J C Mc Clary BUY a lap robe for Xmas at J C McClarys STORM fronts lap robes horse blank eta etc J C McCiary IT has rained for the last five dnys- anc the end of the wet spell is not yet sight ALONG TUB KBNNEHRC a splendid rurli play wi11 hold the boards ul Wal tons Opera house on Jan 9 PLEASE call and sottle your account with mo at once Will be hare for a few days only W N Craig DID the new year catch you owing for your home paper t If so shame on your Wipe out the obligation at once MR D F LOGAN opened a livery table in Danville His Lincoln county friends should remember him when In Little Britain VOR SALE on RBNT The J W Per rincottago on Lancaster street This placp cull be bought at a bargain For particulars apply to L R HugKus Stanford Ky r IT has cost the Jung Brewing Co of Newport just 2150 in fines and set tlements for Galling beer in Danville which is a dry town under the local option act The money was paid over last week Mn SARI ROBINSON asks us to extend his profound thanks to the good people of Stanford and vicinity for the liberal patronage they have given him He asks a continuance of it during the year just begun WRECK In a bad Q C freight wreck near Sloans Valley Pulaski county Brakeman E D Cassidy and Fireman Charles Craig warp killed The fireman and engineer of the second engine were badly scalded An open switch caused tho wreck Do what you can to make tho Combi nation sale to bo held in Stanford Jan 1C and 17 a success It is a home enter prise and deserving of your help and cooperation Over 160 fino animals will go under tho hammer Capt T D English has been engaged to cry the saleHOUSES FoREIrI desire to rent for tho year 1007 tho Helm residence on Danville Avenue There are five acres of land in the lotJind the home is a very desirable one Also tho brick cottage on Somerset pike now occupied by George T Wood H Helm Stan sord Ky Tim Lincoln County National Dank declared its usual three per cent dividend paid current expenses taxes etc and carried 3000 to the surplus fund The First National Bank paid allex lenses declared a dividend of three per cent carried 1000 to surplus hind and 1600 to undivided profits MR A T NUNNELLEY has bought of Mrs Mattie Nevius a goodsized lot back of her residence on Lancaster Street and will improve It Wo are not advised on the subject but believe the town could buy a portion of this ground and extend Depot Street to Macksville which would prove a great convenience THE returns from all parts of the United States show that Christmas day was never moro generally or royally observed Tho generosity of the giv- Ing was proportioned to the unparalleled prosperity of the people The only blur upon the celebration of tho great est of holidays was tho terrible record of crimes mainly tho result of riotous indulgence in Intoxicating drinks MATRIMONIAL Verne Jones and Miss Pearl Goodo were married at Moreland yesterday James Meredith and Miss Ida Oaks will bo married at Stanford tomorrow Jonas Smith and Miss Catherine Avoy were married at Crab Orchard yesterday Neal Warren and Miss Susie Bucha nan were made ono at Moreland yesterday William Morris aged 16 and Miss Louisa Tinsley 13 were married In Boyle Martus Lieber and Claudia Boyle of Morcland were married in Danvilo by marledliliaDoIolloyandnotClay as our ypos us say jwEf MCICartyset surprised their friends by gettingI married License was Issued yesterday to Ar thur L Young to marry Miss Mamie E Oaks the wedding will take place here tomorrow Alleging alienation of his child wifo affections Hubbard Vandiver filed suit against the girls parents Moses and Mary Marcawltz for 10000 damages at Covington Tho wife who is 15 years old is now confined in a convent Vandiver claims Mr and Mrs Marco witz poisoned her mind against him Mr George E Huston who Jast week married bliss Vadio Walls lbe pretty daughter of Mr S G Walls was a caller at this office Friday Mr Huston is a banker at Hominy 0 T and is an exceedingly pleasant man 110 felMn love with Miss Walls when she lived in his homo town and not long after her return to Stanford he ar rived to make her his bride A pretty wedding took place Thursday afternoon at Woodland Home res idcncc of Mr and Mrs C B Sampson near Harrodsburg Miss Bessie Wai dca Sampson daughter of Mr and Mrs Sampson Vas married to Mr Charles W Somonea Tho brido is a charming young woman and a favorite among a largo circle Mr Scmones is a prosperous and substantial young farmer After a short trip they will make their home in the country Louisville Times Miss Rhoda White daughter of Mr James I White of this place and Mr J II Colyer of Rockcastlo county were quietly married yesterday after noon at the residence of Rev W F Vaughan that gentleman performing the ceremony The bride is a lovel- and attractive young woman and haa a largo circle of admirers For some months she was a saleslady in tho dry goods store of Severance d Son and the extended acquaintance that position gave her made for her many friends all of whom wish her well The groom is a prosperous young farmer and is to Ira congratulated on winning such a worthy helpmeet After a short sc journ in Louisville the happy couple will return to Rockcastle where the best wishes of their friends will attend them In Praise YChAmberlain Cough Remedy There is no other medicine nmuufuc turcd that has receleved so much praise autlso many expressions of gratitude as Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is effective and prom relief follows its use Grateful parent everywhere do not hesitate to testif to its merits for the benefit of others It is a certain euro for croup and wil prevent the attack If given at the firs appearance of tho disease It Is especially adapted to children as It Is pleasant to take and contains nothing Injurious Mr E A Humphreys a well known resident and clerk in lbe store of Mr E Lock of Alice Cap Colony South Africa says I hay used Chamberlains Cough Remedy to wart oil croup undcolds In my family I found it to be very satisfactory and it gives mo pleasureto recommend For solo by Stanford Drug Co Dr J D Smith who made the rac for Congress on the prohibition ticket against James is dead at Padu cah h For Sale or Rent I homo on Whitley Avenue In Htnnford Ioasisslon lit once Goal venrooni cot tugu anti all iifofmary oulbullUInK Includ ing goal barn Urn nero lot uiul eiinlen Will tell or rout ALKX II HOLTZtIjAWBtiinronlKy MARE STOLEN A tiny mare about 16y hands high Will stolen trout my plncu Maiunlny tight IKc roth Hut Is n fuotity uiiiri shout yuurn old nod liariHiK iiiiirUn on Imtli laps Hliu u list u little windbroken llewiinl JOIN M KyItPay Up or Is Advertised J It KdmUton of drab Orchnnl Ky linn deadllIlIor Ills nloro nccounU In my minili lor collection unit If not paid before Jitny 1W7 I will udvortUuLncli unit ovary pur 5114 Hicount for It lit public udctlonboth In tlio iNTKition JoiTiiNAi unit on posters wliloli will bo lasted In public places T II HIM Hhorlfl Nice Home for Rent I deilnttorvnt for too year MW my place Of 7 acres of ground one mile from Htun nrtf on UauvllleHtreut It contains two residence of live roonii two mills cU o rvunti room and oil outbuild 1rnlllllr e lon given Hinuedlntvly Ap hunts wilt plvuio apply to J u baton JOJlNDRIOllTiJlt i z Present Advantages Wo Mils great assortment of many lines of Winter goods that must hs sold to make room for new goods now arriving Cut prices on Suits Cloaks Skirts Blankets Comforts Underwear Outings Furs Childrens Union Suits lOc Childrens Pants and Vests 5c J Outing Skirta lOc Ladies Vests and Pants lOc Brown Cotton 5c Call toes 5c Childrens Cups and Toques Any needs in Winter goods come to us and save money SON OVERCOAT PRICES REDUCED Insufficient cold weather has made Overcoat Sales light We have too many and must sell them To do so at once we offer I 25 Overcoats for 1950 20 Overcoats for 1650 1850 Qvercoats for 14 15 Overcoats for 1150 1250 Overcoats for 10 10 Over coats for 8 750 Over coats for 5 5 Overcoats for 4 SPOT CASH ONLY CUMMINSMCLARYSTANFORD Tis as old as the world yet we know of no better way than to begin each New Year with new and better ResolvesThis to be our plan for the year of1907 and we ask your kind encour agement that we may be able more fully to carry out our new Resolves We are Resolved IstNTo give our friend and customers still better and more efficient service than we have in the past 2d To show a wider range of patterns better styles and still better values in all departments than in the 0past i We also take this opportunity to thank our patrons for their liberal patronage during the past year and assure you that it is most highly ap preciated We now solicit your pa tronage for the ensuing year y Very respectfully L M HUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 OperaV House Block Opposite Court House 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY UMJ a I i11fr1t tw8 + J The Interior JournalEn- eredinthePot Oficeat Stanford U ttwnddcut malterITTJBIIBIIHD TOBSDAVM AND FRIDAY 100 PER YEAR CASH IWhen not so paid 1100 will be charged TURKEYS I JInminotli Bronze purr bred srom prize winning penstutus SI to bur It pall on or rll W 15 Whit Knlr Vlow Poultry Farm Irenchera yule K- yNEW LIVERY STABLE BTOSa CLABKSOK Frcn JUNCTION CITY KY TlntOlas Turnout at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale For Sale Privately My house and 10 eras ot land situated jltt outside of town limits on the Somereet pike House has 1 rooms kitchen and eer Tanya room good cellar stable and all jecMsary outbuildings Water hydrant In 1l1e yard and one lor ltock 1 PBAILEY A S PRICE Surgeon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over ItfcRoberts Drug Store in the Owsloy Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately JlOTlng determined to quit fanning I will sell privately my farm of 813 acres near Xorelondon the 0 H Rill rood I miles front Danville miles from Hustonvllli well altnatrd on Crop consists of corn hay t to klenneU Jncks borioi nnd brood mare Will sell nt n bargain If I find a buyer In the next or 10 day RD KINO Morelnnd R- yINSURANCE lire Lightning WindWorm Life and A None the BTHO GKHT and lEST Oompsnletltcprelented Ixwe t Poi Bible Rates Paying nee erdUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY pedal attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U solicited Hone on commission Stock Pone In Connection Two Farms For Sale rt1 wish to toll privately my fnrm of 170 JTM5 miles West of Lancaster on the Lei Jncton pIke It U well fmrvoved and hu of water and timber fenced rupnlrAlao of 100 acres lying midway between Lancaster and IxJltcton pikes Good outlet each way Well 2oucodTerm reasonable T11iF IItINO 21 rk bury Ky GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU TTlir Imy roadyinmle clothing wliou there Is to little difference In the price of ready undo anlta and n unit mndotii your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have n bnndsoiuo line of Fall Winter uoods san make frollll low price business AUIt to the flnestdress suit OrercontH Trous lira and Kunoy Vests The company 1 rep vwvnt II second to none II 0 nUPLKY The Tailor Hlnnfortl Ky Se CeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Denier in HarnesaSaddlery Ac STAMFORD KENTUCKY DfllcejPhone 107 Rome Phone 85 q4 Beazley Co UndertaKers and Embalm an Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingaRug8 They mill exchange Furniture for aft Kinds of Stock Givo Tkem a Call Prices Right TAKFORD KENTUCKY t Te FARMERS DEPARTMENT Corn in the shock sold at 220 at Ia McCartys sale Hubble Eubanks sold to J B Van cleave of Arkansas three splendid Jacks for 2700 Thirty mules horses aud jacks burned in a fire which destroyed Polo Pea leys barn near Nashville ll is said that C L Railcy pnld Brock Bros of Georgetown 3500 for the great saddle gelding Judge Can rillKentuckys mineral products In8t year were valued at 14971811 accord- Ing to a summary issued by the Unite States Geological Survey It is conservatively estimated that the turkey crop of Pendleton count this year has placed in the hands of the farmers wives closo to 50000 The farmers of inncsota will ro ceive 20000 this month for tree plant ing The State pays a bounty of 230 an acre for land planted with trees Joe McDowell purchased of J C Bailey of Lincoln a 5ycarold con bined mare by Red Leaf dam On Time for a price said to be near tSOAdvo cateThe acting commissioner of the General Land Office has announced the withdrawal of 537920 acres of lan4 for forest reserve purposes included with in the Sacramento range of mountain in South Central New Mexico ESTRAY CowA light redcow giving some milk about four years old and showing little Jersey come to my place three weeks ago Owner cat get her by paying for this notice ant her keep H C Walter Hubble Ky The bones of Highland Denmark the famous saddle stallion will soon be mounted and take their place in the animal husbandry department of Kentucky State College whero his skele ton will be used to illustrate to thi students the physical structure of the American saddle horse Outwits The Surgeon A complication of female troubles with catarrh of tho stomach and bow ils had reduced MrsThos S Austin of Leavenworth Jnd to such a do plorablo ccyidltlon that her doctor advised an operation but her husband rearing fatal results postponed this to try Electric Bitters and to tho amazement of all who knew her this medicine completely cured her Guaranteed cure for torpid liver kldno disease biliousness jaundice chill and fever general debility nervous ness and blood poisoning Best ton- Ic made Price 50c at Penny sDru Store and Lyne Bros Try It Nearly two score were killed and al most 100 injured in a wreck on the Baltimore Ohio railroad three miles from Washington A loaded and ai empty passenger train came together one telescoping the other Given Up To Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over five years I was troubled with kidney J ant bladder affections which caused mi much path and worry I lost flcs and was all run down and a year a o had to abandon work entirely I had three of the boat physicians who dli mo no good and 1 was practically given up to die Foleya Kidney Curt was recommendedand the first bottle gave me great relief and utter taking thesecond bottle I was entirely cured1 Pennys Drug Store Miss Lilly Melton committedsuicide by swallowing carbolic acid at Norton rille when she learned that her Fiance to whom she was to have been married during the holidays had married mother woman No Opium in Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is not tho least danger injglv ng Chamberlains Cough Remedy tto mall children as contains no opium or other harmful drug It has an jcs ablished reputation of more than 30 years as the most successful medicine In use for colds croup and whooping ough It always cures and is pleas ntto take Children llko it Sold by Stanford Drug Co Dan Taylor a porter on tho L N Is under arrest at Richmondcharged with drawing a revolver on two promi nent business men of that city while on a train from Cincinnati to Knoxville Dealers say that those who have used Chamberlains Stomach and Llv T Tablets aro quito loyal to them and can not bo persuaded to take any ubstituto Get free sample at Stan ford Drug Cot ivo them a trial and you too will want them in preference to any other They cure stomach troubles biliousness andconstipatlon lr Allan McClane Hamilton the famous alienist declared in an inter view that in his opinion Harry rr Thaw Is mentally Irresponsible Now Cure for Epilepsy J B Waterman of Wutertown 0 ural free delivery writes iMy aughter afflicted for several Vears wlth epilepsy was cured by Dr Kings NcwLlfo Pills Sho hafhothadlm at lack for over two yearfPjjhBestlfbody cleansers and Ufo glving on StroandjLne f r Central Kentucky Real Estate EuhaDij do TITLE CO rto JJJHlce 4 room cottage anti acre of Un located about I mite from Sbelbr Clly Tb houi alooe tort We will sell this plan for f lou No oJ6C acres st mllM Irom Junction CUr Irame veiling good barn crib amckeIteua tie All oat repair Inctudloi fenetngt3lcc Sin srai and 23 acre In culttT of arbr pluw alpha Apleodktitnpeharbor2t00lhA grape In churchei etc cad well watered medicated well at nouie cud stork well at tarn eta lrlce 1600 llour and Qrlst Mill Anderson county Ky barrel capacity covered with Iron bulls 8 yearn ago Steam and water power the latter 8 months of tbe year It Is an up to date roller mill with burnt for corn and mual bolt The englno U of 7 years runt It acre with the mill Including what la wltb the house of 5 rooms All for 10250 or 85 500 for the mill and It acres One halt cash Iliu tine trade No mill In 10 wiles No 2 9A lean of242 acrr handwtoe rued era lltor brIck rwllence nicely rurDlohN end up to due In erory particular Hton room on propwreyILCSclottochoollhagoshcommuallyanti blrnlIbeon It Thre li onl about W semi In cultivation and rIID grass nedtTOffralt treca tc Thil li an Ideal home and a splendid farm Price row enable No UIA firm of lino acres oce anti onehill man north of lluitanvllle on the DanTlll plte two oozy frame dwelling senD rooms veranda ball etc fine joung orchard bearlnc all klndi ol 111bulldlnpli limited In the beat vtctlon count and lain Ideal borne tfplenilld Ire houses burn nod nil other necettiiry outbuildings No 6CO acre of land near Junction CltTculln seep Said 2 acrea In cultivation rest In grays a nIce orchard nd or lb Ire bar bora In Kentucky rarty sold Z500 round ol gripe laat year WIIlrland fencing good Clone to school soil churches A twoatory six room frame dwelling rood barn crib eta all In good repair 350 No ea Twoatory frame dwelling of ill rooms two hill veranda sc well at door and all otner neceur Outbuilding Also larg blackimltb shop COaO andahedi full length of shop and feet wide This property will be aold II a 10I low price No1I3A farm of SM acre altuated about tally trout Stanford and a mllea from Crab Urcha d on beAer8 OoiarCrtek Tnt place la cut In lout Colds and can be iiibdlTliltd About 2M acre U In cultivation timber uilUclent to kep up place ace and onehill tory frame dwelling ol u room hall porches etc Two good Ice house birni graniry corn etc flat dwell water ed two good cltttroa at the door running stream through farm All buildings In good ships except one barn fencing fair lrlreU per acre Term CUT Me 121Two house anti Iota situated In Crab Orchard with air and onehalf acre of land at ached Both ara frame cottage one conalatlne of I and the other 3 room table two good spring U The buUdlnga are new and th looting U ordinary Two good garden and bee acre la 1aature Will sell each play separately or u a whole Trice on th properly aa a whole 85 acre of land In the towp limits of Rowland about id acres bottom land and U ions In woodland The piace h well fenced and water water works well and cistern story fume hall veranda back porch sum met kitchen and good cellar Good barn coil all other necessary outbuildings Including crib ynbery etc All in good repair unclog In lint claia liNer all wire ferce Thus li a Uautlful place a dealrabl hOI close to town and will Nil chap ono on say tents Bank HOGS KILLED I Silts prepared to kill lions and will doliv or to niiy one within one tulle of III place Sit mollHaltKy For Sale Privately Quo doubts grilled fnrrliiKu wltli polo t ewlnit ninchlut rvfrlRvmtor I Iron safe pair settles l A A harrow how church or wnal ttntid NllistillceapltaukluteheeH1OttAY Ky Poultry And Eggs Wanted S will pay ItlRliPit nmrkrt price for Fu- rkIEqgr tiiliifii iiiHlnllotlnr oultry Alao rnliblt Will tx foutxl c in tnntly lit lily ottlce Oil follllnlr tit J luck local uuuutgar n It Nortbcutt JnMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY OEAtEB Hulldlnrj Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Dulltl dors hardware Paints Oils Kto I man u fact tiro concioto blocks for building purposes and do nil kinds of concrete work Prices on application I 111taerata DOLLS tr DOLLS II From 5c to S5 I llIIostrolll1ItLI I Tolha Conulno Hells Hlmvlni French Htta StagIHclH Mtrron niul all the h iiicwiiry for the Inilli This lute la tin very Inttsl suns NovtltUa 11e also rhcrllIIII1lhUlot I n111Rnd I Stanford Drug col ON THE CAMPUS M N C The best year in the history of MIDDLEBURG NORMAL COLLEGE Resolve plnn conic CALENDAR Winter term opens jail closes May 20 1007 Spring term opens March 21 closes May 15 1007 Entire espouses 84250 to SiU for five uiuiiths depending on grade COURSE OF STUDY Primary Intermediate Advanced Ifigh School County Certificate Ktnte Certificate State Diploma Pedagogy BookKeeping Shorthand Typewrit ing Instrumental and Elocution For further information address J S LAWHORN President Middleburtf Ky First NationalStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 This Institution wa originally established as the Deposit flank of Stanford in 1811 then reorganized as the National Drank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganUed a the First National liaik of Stanford to 1882 hiring bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 year It Is better supplied now with faclllUee for transact Ing business promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers J hOOKER Preee T nxnitid V Pre J J UcKODKUTS Ohr W n WEAUKNAittOhn Directors Reid Danrlll 8 T Harrl Stanford J L Hockar Stanford R L Tanner McKlnney M D Elmore Stanford II Daughman HtanforA T P Hill Stanford Jill Robinson llubbl J n Itauebuan Stanford J M Pettu Stanford OE Tate Stanford OK Lincoln CounW national Bank Of Stanford KentucRy CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 c = = == OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WO WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B OwsMsr Stanford 8 n SIiANKe Stanford O W OAUTEII Turocrivllle W II CUMMINS Preichenvllle L 0 Ooocit Wayneaburg W H THArtOR Gilbert Oreek It L OonBLC Lancaster W 0 WALKER Stanford- J DFOSTEII Stanford W H BIIASKH Stan ord J D PAXTON Stanford We roHix ctfully solicit the accounts of Individual Vlrnuund Oorirarntloni Ranks nnd flanker and are to furnish nil deit uttors such accommodations as nre consistent with lafe banking Modern Safety Deposit Boits In our vault for u aof our OutolllonJ1t1I1t f r f January Clearance Sale I d8- 1i ijilcnt Overcoats Gut to SllX 11 00 Mans Overcoats Cut to l118- t 1000 MOHH Overcoats ditto 748 760 Mens Ovorcimu Gut to LOS iM Mens Ovorconta Cut to 441- i 500 Mens Ovcrconta Cull 898 r risOO Mens Suits Cut tQr t 18 8 Jr 1500 Mens Sails Cut to 11bJ 908tetiti OO Melts Suits taut to 1I8 7f0 Mens Suits Cut tort 50g 0 Mans Suits Cut t06froOb Mmes Suit Cut r The above prices are only ona few of our r goods Come in before you buy elsewhere and get our pric- esSAM t ROBINSON f STANFORD KY Our store will be closed JAN 2 AND 3 at which time we will take an inven = r tory of our stock v j Istar = t rW E Perkins Crab OrchardI A Happy New Year To You Allow us to thank you fur your liberal support in the CASH BASIS ayBtoin of oniiductiiig our buslnew We like it and know you do or you would not vontinuo giving uu the cncouragcmont you lave in the past 12lUouthl We will continue on tho sane BASIS and kindly tusk you to give your highly appreciatedorders Wo can not AL WAYS 10 on the spot with our delivery but real usmurwl you conic next in lino nnd will reach you won an possihleIW II iIiGilrS till fl PUMPS T less ffaerrta All Kinds all prices any dep- thROOFING All kinds all prices w S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Fo- rXmas 1 Goods Come to SEE MFJX3 GEORGE H FARRIS