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Tfo f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I IIVOL XXXIV 00 y STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 25 1907 NO 89 t t YIJlDlE N W ITl Thus nlwvo is n tarlv K tvI likeness at Judge N W ltIy of FMdyvtlle who is holding the ipoHnl term of tho Lin coin circuit court Judge Utley has made n most favorable lmpr a ion hero l t during his brief sojourn nnd he will re turn to hIs homo in Iyon county with the best wishes of many worm friends t jTho lawyers ere doliKhutl with him n o nl well as n Kenlleimn He I was tducnted tor a minister of tin gnu J pet and served as a missionary In Japan for seven years npresontinc the Methodist church When reaching tho ago HUBBLE tNelson Uurdctt lust a fine ltorae from Miss Jewell S oonnmore has recov ered from an attack of pneumoniaI A number of mining men have re turned and resumed their work here ElderJ M Lunger of will preach at the IcXlngtonj Sunday morning and night Miss Lucv Spoonamore Is list James Robinson Jr left WedI nesday to enter Kentucky A P Sloan Is back from reports a fair sale of hU mules John Underwood sold omo heifers to J T Johnson at 3c Ed McKechnie shipped his black horse 1 to Southern parties for 200 Senator a R L Hubble Is back from Tennessee with some jocks and jennets T y Rankin shipped the last load of mules this community South Tuesday 1In Tho Grip JJoforo wo win sympathize with others wo mufti Itavt fciilTeml our solve No ono can realUo tho suffering attendant upon an uttnelc of i the grip unlws ho hun had the actual experience Thoro In probably mulls ease that causes so much physical and mental agony or which so successfully deflo medical aid All danger from tho grip however may bo avoided by the prompt nsc of Chamberlains Cough Homedy Among th tons of thousands who hlo used this remedy not one case hM over been reported that has resulted In pnoumonla or l that hay not recovered For sale by tho Stanford Drug Co- A child murderer in Germany hast been scntericd to death having been convicted on two separate counts The verdict condemns him to bo beheaded twice while he is given two years im prisonment upon the third clmrgo of murderous assault Finally he is to suffer loss of his political rights Ant Irish verdict could hardly equal this in absurdity A Jamaican Lady Speaks High ly of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Mlohaol Hart wife of tbo HUperlntendcnt of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West Indies Islands nays that she has for some ettra used Chamberlains Cough IJemedy for coughs croup and whoop Ing cough and has found It very bene ficial Sho has Implicit confidence In it and tfould not ho without a bottle of it In hot hQlUe Sold by tho Stan ford Drug Co It is not what people eutbUI what they digest that makes them strong It Is not what they gain but what they 1save that makes them richjnot what they read but what they remember that makes them learned not what they pro fess but what they practice that makes them gbdd i of A ho turned his attention to the law and since receiving his license short whilo nfrcnvard ho has enjoyed n lu crHtivo practice lie has never olfered for office but once and way then elected ns a Stat Senator from Lyon Trigg Livingston and Calloway counties and wan president of the Senate in 1902 lie was n warm friend of the lamented Goehel nod is nn ardent admirer or Gov acquaintancei thatIKINGSVILLE Elder Verke of Lexington Ulblo Col ChristianiOur Maccabee Tent has increased Its membership 15 The following is a list of officers S D Chevolette P C W M Meeks L C M G Murphy U K and F K i J U McKee com mander W C Dye chap D U Flint M A i G II Jenkins P C C PiM D Padgetts wire Is not expected to live Mrs It Dishon is very III J L Johnson has returned from Hood River Oregon Mrs W L McCarty and son of Stanford have returned home after a visit to her sister Mrs Ada Gooch C AI Gooch went to Som erset Saturday Roscoe Gooch of Er langer was here Sunday tho guest of Miss Ucrtha Thompson E W Creigh ton has returned from a visit to rela tives at Nicholas ville Mrs Mary Van aradalo is visiting relatives at Danville Mrs Laura Dye is attending Normal school at Bowling Green Miss Marlon Evans has returned from a visit to her grandparents at Nicholasvillo C 0 Evans went to Lexington on business W Jr Sullivan of Somerset was hero Sunday Miss Nancy Mitchell has returned from u visit at Harrodshurg Miss Ruby Loach is visiting at Somer set Miss Zora Daugh of Highland Is boarding at Mrs C M Thompsons and attending school here Will Flint of Somerset is with his parents here Ollie tauten was hero from Somerset Sunday Mrs George Itigncy visited friends at Somerset S M Owens of McKinney was here Rove Gooch tie inspector for L S M S was hero this week C Jones of Lexing ton is here Ed Roland was here this this week Mr H W Harris claim agent for the Q C was here this week posllivelytreatment is simple we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky While returning from their work near New Martins villo W Va Howard Es top It is charged murdered his sonin law Clarence Calvert by driving a nail which was in the end of n board through his head at the baso of the brain Ho died three hours later from from loss of blood in the barn of lien ry Briggs where ho took refuge Largo increases aain t valuation of coal properties in Hurlan county have been made by thu County Hoard of As sessment and many protests have been made It being argued that the in creases will tend to keep out foreign capltulI NEWS NOTES Tho National Farmers Union Is hold InK its annual convention in Atlanta Indianapolis was selected as the meet- Ing place for next years convention of the United Mine Workers Temperance people of Paris want an election on the whisky question There arc 21 saloons in that little city In a collision between n light engine and a caboose near Albany N Y four men were killed and 12 seriously injured William Wnrfleld the wellknown breeder of thoroughbred cattle whose home was In Lexington died In Easton PaIt is said that probably lr00 lives wero lost in tho tidal wavo which dc vastcd some of the Dutch East Indian Islands on Jan 11 The Tobacco Growers Hank at Grit tenden Grant county was robbed The thieves got away with 150 in silver which was in tho safe John Puski and Mike Lysakc shoot era in Willow Grove mine near Clinton Ind were killed by a dust explosion This is the 12th accident this month American refugees from Jamaica who have arrived in New York com plain bitterly of the treatment they re ceived from the British authorities at KingstonCapt G Mullikcn of Wilmore will join Lexingtons police force and use his famous bloodhounds Nick Carter and Ivy in helping him run down Is causing the officials of Henry county a good deal of worry About 30 cases have developed In the vicinity of the village of Fallis In the cast end of the county- It Is now known that 28 persons were killed and 32 injured In the explosion and wreck of a passenger train at Sand ford Ind Saturday night The cause of the disaster is still a mystery- A printing paper mill syndicate capitalized at several million dollars and including every newspaper mill in Wisconsin Michigan and Minnesota is in process of formation at Appleton WisJanuary 29 is the anniversary of the late President McKinley birth and the Carnation League of America has sent out an appeal for all to observe the day by wearing tho presidents favorite flowerResidents of Lawrcnccburg Ind were thrown Into a panic when a30foot break occurred in the levee there After a struggle lasting many hours the break was repaired in time to prevent a great loss A dynamite cartridge was foundon the steps of the courthouse at Mt Ster ling and It is believed an attempt was mado to blow up Judge Young or the grand jury which is now investigating certain violations of law The British government is much irri tated over tho action of Gov Swetten ham of Jamaica In refusing aid from Admiral Davis It is considered prob ablo that Swettenham may lose the governshlp in consequence Fire in tho Williams building Rich mond destroyed the Richmond Light Infantry Blues armory and equipment the Southern and Adams express offices and a branch of the Surburg Tobacco Company entailing a loss of sdme200 000The case of Harry Thaw was token up before Justice Fitzgerald In New York Wednesday and the work of selecting a jury was begun Two jurors had been accepted out of 19 talesmen examined when the court adjourned for the day Two of the Negro troopers of the 25th Infantry who were discharged from the army by President Roosevelt In the Brownsville Tex affair are un der arrest for introducing whisky into tho Rosebud Indian Reservation and for selling it to tho Indians at Valen tine Neb The fight which was begun two years ago by a woman to rid Ohio river steamboats of the liquor traffic is nearing a successful issue at Cincinnati F A Laidley president of the Louisville Cincinnati1 Packet Company operating foursteamers between the two cities has announced that the bar privileges on the Lizzie Bay the LeviJ Workutn and a small boat ply Carrolltonhad Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid Them More fatalities have their origin in or result from it cold than from any other cause This fact alone should mako people moro careful as thero Is no danger whatever from a cold when It Is properly treated In the beginning For tinny years Chamberlains Cough Remedy has been recognized as the most prompt and effectual medicine In use for this disease It acts on nay tures plan loosens thecough relieves tho lungs opens tho secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a Lealthy condition Sold by tho Stanford Drug Co IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Frank Hannigan aged 50 is dead at Danville Woodward Saunders a venerable cit izen of Somerset is dead L P King has been appointed post master at Buzzard Pulaaki county The residence of Ambrose Cobb of Jessamine county was destroyed by fireThe New Albany Club defeated Central Universitys basket ball team 26 to 6 The Adair CountTurnpike Road Co with gSSO capital stock has been in corporated E W Reed J M Russell and J N Coffey arc snaking a hot fight for the Columbia postofllce A Commercial Club with 100 mom bers has been formed at Columbia The membership fee is5 Fourteen shares of stock in the Citi zens National Bank sold at auction at 19950 per share Danville Herald The traffic has been so very heavy on the Queen Crescent road during the last few days that an embargo has been placed on carload shipments at a number of points Burnsido is working toward a consol idation of her light and water utilities constructing streets and sidewalks and generally putting on metropolitan airs says the Somerset Journal The saloon keepers of Lawrcnccburg have asked for a vote on the temper ance question which will be held March 25th It is said they want to get in ahead of the vote of the county- A dispatch from Pittsburg Pa says that 16yearold Beatrice Leasure of High Bridge Ky caused the arrest of Earnest Heath of that place She claims that Heath performed criminal abortion on her Mrs J H Hocker leaves today for her home in Kansas City after visiting her sister Miss Lillie Messick Miss Polly Traylor will return from Stan ford today to continue her visit to Mrs A S RobertsonAdvocate- Judge W T Moren sends us word that ho has seen 82 Januarys and none of them has been as warm as this one Bige Eversole bought the fine resi dence property near tho depot formerly occupied by II C Thompson paying 2500 for It London Local Corbins notorious suburb Hells Half Acre will be abolished by officials of Knox and Laurel counties In a recent raid on that community a number of gambling games were broken up and seven convictions made Warrants are out for 20 others The conynunity is on the KnoxLaurel border and has long been a center of crime several murders having been committed within the last two years Twas Friday when Columbus first Set foot upon our soil Twas Friday when the rivers gleam Rewarded Hudsons toll Twos Friday when the Pilgrim dads On Plymouth sat them down The Mayflower on a Friday morn Sailed into Provincetown And Friday was the natal day Of our George Washington Of Martin Luther Winfield Scott And famous Stephenson Of Gladstone and Disraeli too Of Isabel and me 0 Friday seemed the lucky day Of days in history And yet though backed by sober fact- I cant believe it boy For twas on Friday cvexlikewise That Isabel said No C W R in the Century An official report from flay Island shows that at the conclusion of the her ring fishery this year the total catch amounted to 110233 barrels valued at 452144 Of this 65 American vessels tookaway 70346 barrels valued at 268596 while 43 colonial vessels gath ered in 45887 barrels valued at 183 518 An Insidious Danger Ono of tho worst features of kidney trouble Is that It Is an Insidious disease and before the victim realizes his danger he may have a fatal malady Take Foleys Kidney Cure at the first sign of trouble as It corrects irregu larities and prevents Brights disease and diabetes O L Penny A man dictating a letter to another man with whom he quarreled wrote thus Owing to the fact that my stenographer is a lady I can not say to you what I think of you and as I am a gentleman would not But you being neither can readily guess what Is in my mind Disturbed the Congregation lho person who disturbed the con gregation lust Sunday by continually coughing Is requested to buy a bottlo of Foleys Honey and Tar O L PennyIThe plant of the Honduras Lottery Co at was raided bo- YJtovernment officialsIts contents und Its employes arrested January Clearance Sale 8150UlcnsOvcrcoat8 Cut to 1148 1250 Mend Overcoats Cut to 048 1000 Mens Qycrconts Out to 748 750 Mats Overcoats Guitito 908i 650 Mens Overco its Cutoi 448 500 Mona Overcoats Cut tliJUS1800 Mens Suits Cut to dJ 98 1500 Mens Suits Cut to 1108- lr 1250 Mens Suite Cut to n9S 1000 Mans Suits Cut to 7U8 1 SrO Mens Suits Cut to 508 750 Mens Suits Cut to 548 500 Mens Suits Cut tcnl 798 The above prices are only on a few of our goods Come in before you buy elsewhere and get our pric- esSAM ROBINSON STANFORD K- YD1MONDS and Fine Jewelry at Reasonable Prices We Cordially Invite You to Visit our Store While in Danville HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY 1 Special Prices on Heating 2Ir If Stoves at fJlr t Geof D Hoppers Stanford Ky I Hardware Groceries c the Lincoln eomuy national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2300000 =OFFICERS = Y S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT WD WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B OWSLET Stanford a H SHANKS Stanford Q W OAKTEH Turnenrllle W n CUMMINS Freacheravllle L 0 Ooocu Waynesburg W H THAYUW QlloerU Oreek It L HCDDLI Lancaster W O WALKER Stanford J FOSTER Stanford W n SHANKS Stanford J B PAXTON Stanford We r pectfully olclt tho accounts of Individuals Firms und Corporation Banks and Bunkers allllnro iiripaivil to furnish all rteK itor such accommodations at are consistent with tutu bunking Modern Surety Deposit lloxua In our vault for use of our Customers First National BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 550000 This Institution was established M the Deposit Hank at Stanford In 1896 then reorganlted as the National Bank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganised as the First National hack of Stanford In 1888 having had practically an un Inter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing Business promptlyand well than ever 1before In Its long career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cora poratlons Solicited Officers J 8 BOOKER Prees S T UAHHIS V Pre J J MoKOBBUTS Obr W U WEABGNAsst Ohn Directors If Reid Danrllle 8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore S Q Baughman Stanford Tt P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble I II Baugnman Stanford J Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford If SThe Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH II a candidate for Ilnprmontnttvoof Lincoln ivmno eouflty l1hlect to thu ratio party tJTROBERTSfor In tho Ornb OrebnVriMaRiitbrlnl Dlntrlct utject to tbe i action of the ll1lny Democratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Beck hamFor Governor S W HOKCIV a For Attorney GeneralJohn K Hendricks For State Superintendent of Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman Ior Lieutenant GovernorSouth Trimble For AuditorH M Bosworth- For Secretary of StateHubert VreelandFor Ruby Laftoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault Tim Philadelphia Record points with pride to the fact that small pox has been practically wiped out within the limits of Pennsylvania There was only one death from the disease in 1900 Any recurrence of the scourge must have its source outside of tho States boundaries With such a record it is strange that any man could be found to want the vaccination law to which the result is due repealed There are freaks in every legislative body and the Pennsylvania body is no exception One of the freaks has introduced a bill to repeal the law which has done so muchI good SENATOR TILLMAN was reelected from South Carolina without the least effort on his part The Senate voted solidly for him while in the House one member Rev Coke D Mann of Oconeo county declined to vote TilE House Committee on appropriations has reported the pension bill car rying an appropriation of 133138500 for 1908 Think of this when the civil war has been over 42 years HURRAH for Senator Joseph W Bal ley lie was reelected by the Texas Legislature by a vote of lOS to 45 In the House seven members refused to vote and two were absent- POLITICALI The falls of the Ohio are allotted 314000 in the Rivers and Harbors bill The Tennessee Senate adopted a joint resolution indorsing President Roose velts action in the Brownsville affair The Arkansas House refusedto adopt a resolution indorsing President Roose velts action in the Brownsville affair The substitute Foraker resolution providing for another investigation of the Brownsville affair was passed by the Senate Secretary of State Root received an ovation at Ottawa when he made a speech at a luncheon given him by thc Canadian Club The president will be asked to suggest the machinery through which a national memorial to Gen Robert E Lee may be accomplished The bill to abolish a number of pen sion agencies including that at Louis Iyule will strike a number of snags when it is reported to the House Representative Scroggin of Ohio has introduced a bill appropriating 25 000 to erect a monument to the late Gen Grant at his birthplace Clermont OhioThe right oCSenator Smoot of Utah to a seat in the Upper House of Con his colleaguegress was defended by Senator Sutherland in a speech in the SenateThe first separate vote in the two houses of the New Jersey Legislature left the senatorship in a deadlock Senator Dryden received 36 votes and 41 are necessary to elect Under the new appropriation bill pos omce clerks railway mail clerks and letter carriers arc to receive sub stantial increases in their pay The raise will cost the government 5000 000The socalled political purity bill prohibiting corporations from making contributions in connection with elec tions passed thTS House after the members had indulged in a campaign of stump debate The House Committee on Judiciary has decided to make a favorable report- on the Littlefield Bill which makes liquors in interstate commerce subject to the laws of the State into which they are shipped During a spectacular session of the Senate Senator Tiilman in the course of a reply to Senator Spooners speech on the Brownsville affair characterized that body as a minstrel show He afterward apologized for his satirical remarksSenatorial elections were held in a number of State Legislatures Tuesday Among those reelected are Morgan and Pettus of Alabama Cullom of II MOle Elkins of West Virginia Nel son of Minnesota and Warren of Wyoming t Lljijlr J+ a iiIbll It is stated that Chairman Norton Fitch of the Democratic Committee of withIIntee to meet for the purpose of arrang hg the time and manner of selecting a candidate to succeed Commissioner Charles C McChord Here and There Tho Indiana Senate adopted a resolu tion to investigate mine explosions- J W Bendick a blacksmith at May- field has inherited a fortune of about 100000 from a cousin who died leaving an estate valued at 1000000 Mail advices from Hawaii tell of a brilliant eruption of the volcano Mauna Loa January 9 The spectacle was visible at night for a distance of 100 miles in every direction Chairman Shonts r of the Isthmian Canal Commission has tendered his resignation the president lie re signed to assume charge of the Ryan Belmont rapid transit interests in New YorkPresident Stevens of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad is in personal charge of the work of repairing damage to track on the Cincinnati division as a result of the flood and the heavy rains along the valley The Society of Equity of Mercer county held an enthusiastic meeting at the courthousc =The building committee reported that 12000 had been subscribed for the purchase of a rehand ling house there A deal was closed for the Cogar warehouse at the Southern depot for 11500- CHURCH MATTERS Rev W B Estes a noted Baptist divine is dead In Laurel aged 70 Rev R B Mahony will preach at the Baptist church at 11 oclock Sunday morningRev AndrewJJohnson of Wilmore is conducting an interesting meeting at the Methodist church Moreland Dr W F Vaughans subject nt the Methodist church Sunday morning will be Tho Relation of Sunday School the Church evening Self Destruc tion Reports from Hendersonville N C concerning Eld H C Garrison say that this beloved pastor is rapidly and will return to Danville the latterII part of March Advocate The Presbyterian church of Spring fieldhas tendered a call to Rev R E C Lawson of Henderson Dr Lawson was formerly pastor of that church andhas a host of friends there Presbyterian church Subject at 11 A M Man Trying to be as God or Trusting in God At 7 P M A Slandered God Christian Endeavor service at 630 P M All aro cordially invited to attend the services- MATRIMONIAL Henry Onkst aged 78 and Mrs Martha Chumley 59 were married at LondonMarshall Hutchison aged 20 and Miss May Dawes 14 were made one at Highland Tuesday U G Bruner and Miss Tina Phelp of Middleburg drove to Liberty and were made one by Judge Sharpe Mrs George Land has been granted a divorce from her husband at Lexing ton Mrs Land was th6 handsome Miss Mary Rowland daughter of Nelson Rowland- C L Rogers of BarboUrville and Mrs Lula Brady of this place were married at Williamsburg Thursday after which they went to Corbin to spend their honeymoon with Mrs W W Wade the brides sister A Muskogee I T dispatch says that a number of young lady clerks in the government serylce there have presented a petition to the authorities at Washington asking that they be allowed to don trousers until the streets become passable The petition states that whereas the city of Muskogeo has not risen to the distinction of sidewalks and mud in the streets is many feet deep the young ladies are forced to pin the tails of their skirts to their waists and wear long raincoats to conceal their condition when walking on the main thoroughfares In view of these facts these government clerks request a permit to wear forked garments crying give us streets or give- pants e An Irish lad on the East Side was obliged recently to seek treatment at a dispensary On his return home from the first treatment he was met by this inquiry from his mother An what did the docthor man say was the matter wid your eye He said there was some furrin substance in it- Shurel exclaimed the old woman with an Itoldyouso air now maybe yell kape away from thim Eyetalian boys A Card This is to certify that all druggists aro authorized to refund your money if Foloys Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals tbo lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine Is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes G L Penny 1 t i 1 A rat poison is said to have been dis covered which is guaranteed to kill rats prIpremises and at tho same time not to effect cats dogs or human beings It is claimed that the preparation is a sort of bacteria culture and when spread on bread or biscuit is eaten without suspicion by the rat Later the animal is troubled with liver complaint of Which ho eventually dies and then his relatives gather and eat up the remains They are also infected and also die of liver trouble until finally the entire rodent community is destroyed It is not said what becomes of tho last remnants of the tribes whether they eat them selves or perish in solitude but that is neither hero nor there If tho poison does half that is claimed font the hap py time is approaching when the pestif erous little rodents will be n memory and known to have cxistcdfily by their stuffed pelts in the Smithsonian or some other institute May tho good Lord hasten the day Cut tills out and take It to the Stan ford Drug Co and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets These tablets are far sup erior to pills being easier to tako and more pleasant in effect They correct disorders of thu stomach liver and bowels The bill establishing a subtreasury in a Southern city has been hung up in the committee op account of differences existing in the reports to be made by the cities interested Control Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO xIoutbuilding term In culiltstlon rut in tim ber Well witeixl yanli from po lolDcJcbool and church ISTS well on pike and In good corn inanity Price KHU rountyoLibertylotion place Uttldence 8 room story Rt weatberlMirdtd linod Urn Alioui 800 acm In cultivation Building In modern thai and toeIng good loud timber Well at Bouie springs all over plan and 2 creeks running thioujn It Will Mil the pltN ai a whole or II tOW oneaty lena or will d1vlJ plat to lull purchaser No 215A nice luCia S loom rottaie All ntairy oulbulldlbg and a good nirjen Alwut wile from Stanford lblI a cheap pa ce Price cash No A turn of 100 acre about 4 tattti from porIdwelling and a large tarn This property li on a tplendld pike clue to tcbo l etc rIte fit lfr- acre counl3gybuilt 8 jenrs ago Steam and water power uptodatemeal bolt The engine li of 7 yean run H acres with the mill Including what U with the house of 5 roomn All for tflIJO or IS 500 forHbe null and II acres One half cast Has flue trado No mill In 10 ulles No OIOacrcoClandtwostory Iront collage room l ttc li new a good glides and splendid orchard of one sue one lull CM f twj sublet buggy bouw tiuuk bouu A guod well on pucv I bore II a good mill on tbe plire a too eriuher to will t it run bj natural lower which li great economy prollrIIbo county about wilt fruui Stanford there U alwan a ready isle lor Ibo dour sad meal ai soou at ground will sell thU place for Sl It Its bargain ttebuildlngialoue could out be put up for tul money No nA lana of 242 cri handwme niod era 2 iiorj brick r l Knre d1i furnltbei cod up la date In cTcry particular store ruoin on yIsot the olcest plce In Lincoln county large be place to writ watered and pP well nut a bII on Th ralxinlr about 20 acm In culilraii n and reel In gre I lenis ufttuII trexii Tat It an Ideal now aids pleodld farm lrlce flea onable Mo 181A farm of acres oDe and one bill pikeTohall etc Fine young oicntrd betrlngail kmiliol Irult welt watered netcr Iprlngs etc All building and ftncet are In good relr Thu firm Itiltusted in tbe beot Mellon of Lincoln county acd It an Ideal home Hplendld Ire houw luun nod other neomtury outbuilding ofRowland ferdbuilding rooD hall reranda back porch turn lace kltcntn and good cellar hood barn and all other necessary outbuilding Including crib SreIiaaiubupanoooNo 227 About 41 acres of land I mile iron dellIlIecaaplicuton Ky and bit madeup bis rnlud to tell this place reeerflng mineral water rlghta on place 1- can be bought at a bargain be ui lor a price No76CO acres ofland near Junction Cltycutlo- eve said M arae In cultlralton nit In grati a barboragoodioaeroom frame dwelling good ban cribs etc all In good repair Irlce I3i50 roomtwoblacJllmllbbop veryINo 131 farm ol 31 acre situated abouti cues from Stinfoid and 3 mIles from Crab Urcha on the witers 01 Cedar Crtek Tneplacels cut III about Delds and can be About 2M uplaceVroomt bill porchesete Two good Ice uoum birnt gran ry corn crib etc Place It well water ed two good cisterns at the door running ttream through farm All buildings In goodshape except one barn fencing blr Pleu per aero Teriut eity CrOrebardconalstiugI6audtbeolberoi tbelenelueseparatelyrasawbois IlldIoealfdaloes COlt 1500 We will tell this place for lice Ho noco acres 84 crlliIactngS3acr slagrassan12a acre n culuva A etcsplendidone riace close to aajckfoinneyoa pika No1 barn is box stalls shad oa 1 J eae tide and lrt eway in ctnttr 2 other barD and 2 tenant houses orooin brick reililnuce and kitchen ant all other neaotry out bulldlDM HulKing cliii rDclhID good rvoatr place welt wMvrvd clreru aibun Cud house iwnj tprinn ee About cerN In gnus and the real In cul tlvallon Irlce 1900000 No isiioo acre term about mile this tide of lib Illy ell room cottage 2 porchti No good cellar under the kitchen loud barn u- fstilcrtbew ulldllllllr 10 repair siiiil the fencing are moderit itlDgt aull good pond on pice Abjnl 4S acres In timothy and rioter ruetin wooolaod lriceSSOOUU No IMA sai acre IULIIllDfou ulx river uar rail Otcbard AwuI cultivation od 45 cID pasture real Iu llood timber Awut 73 bearing SuIt treason tbe place 2 tory 8 rom dwclslng IIniln yabie and aud a rr tenant houtu ffhe building are In tcr bare but the IfhMt art not Jholl C- ewaleird ti nfer filling tprlbgt goo1 sieck Latin aDd IsolTercd ci a allI lrlce WNo lVSI0 acre fitm Dear lIuttoLTllle llood dwelling anti barn a good portion of ttii Ihre could be told tot town U Is wiunu ad the fencing cud building rc In good XJlldlll This is oe of the test arm in the wuaty coIl II rIch aid will Irudure hint Im J13000 4Twottorj traino dwelling rooms ball and gtrdeo ftnclng cud houte In good repair For eel ur hll iviro mtanable No Si lloutwand nvescreiof Lint lu JliKlo net Kr lIar oiitbulldtnKt Fencing good ulell watered Will sell this place on rai j terms No iI29 aciet of good land six rooms two story dwelling writ wstervd Iud lenclu ts It the suburb ot lice city ol SuofoW doe to llradrd Mbool and curclics Till is a dcsble bOIllL Price reitouaWe No 57 6 room frame rottige and one acre o land In KlngtTllle Ky Large barn smoke boute- Ac All bulldlolll aad fencing la w1 rIa 67yacres ol land cottage of 00101 pM halt jooJ ant ueCreeary uiIIlding eucng autbulidlrga tn 5111 repair Ilice well watered a iindit at n houo etc Liad It all level and produces well Young apple and reach otchaitl lbl It abiut intiolrvin ben licl5500- xoiotA 220 acre firm In the Wayniilxug rciloaatioul2Hrolltt iron 2 all road station doN to P0l otnce storet cbutrhf etc La xtvrrn i ouctr road Kuril tftt IIlurttt- oUI by place Four room log bagel a iplendld bun usia Ian Loxlug and bit two good the It watered with neTrrUIUng iprlcgt and a tar slag branch through the p are hat good fvnc Ing and outbuilding Price II Termteiiy rio 2tJ6tOO sera firm situated on the Wajnit roon road aKiel satlts call of Wiynetbiirg its a 5rooui cottage Pie Thlt lace ScIonS 10 a gentleman In Olliornlt and he wilt tell cbrap aud un easy Uiua 1IJA nice large store room and dwelling abore ranilttlngot tunl nicely tarnished roam JOod Irfl sad lot aId all Dry auIbuiidI- Tht properly Is in iool rrlr situated on ts In ttrwl sll rd right In lhebsiLt loorlloa town ibIs properly wllllxioldof a tiiuttn nd lie splendId opurIuoit7 to some one dralring to in baiincn 0 r the store and dwelling lln comiliied win lie a great suing in rent air Nw IWH acts t laud near Crab Orchtrd cheap No One vacant lot in Junction City at Soutbwit comIc of lucui and Urofion ttreeu fronting feet on heRon ttreet ash running Siutbun Lucas street feet Price 1110 cash No rjlHou eand lot on Login lIt In IUD ford Unod garden etc Eteryihlngla good pair Irlce flCOO No 11210 screeof UnJ2JwellIrKiof4 rooms each Large tobacco barn lad It long nut to best Mrn la lincoln county 2 tuiallttnck barns Thli leji between 2 good county rood ardl leading turnpikes All the buildings and fetring are In good repair Place It well watered by god alngs creeks etc SlendI4 tobacco Ilnd mi vii rats l barrels of corn to tbe acre lbls NttI LIIkea the owner from 25 to per rent on Imminent It tone ot if not the rpeapetl pieces of land la IJncoln county If you are iog for a bargIn this is your chance Puce tbtaJ No H9100acrefaroist out3 miles Irons lows tills nlendldlr mostlY In cultltatlon well wnter rdetc coltnge of fourrooini large burn Pro erty well fenced etc Price 110 ret acre No SeTea room dwelling gnod cellar and arm land loner fallIeU and prlll Fendt and outbuilding in lair COMp plan tics to town Will nit a smell lamily No 21791 acre arm In I mile ibII I ory sauna dwelling Clot house amok boo wet house crib etc All the bulldlsgt and fencing Sri lafalf condition tlood apple orchsrd shout tseres In cultivation real In g o l timber Watered by a never falling well tail waters ol South Fork rrlc rWW No 81 A tnrm of nlout 100 acres on oDe ot loe test turnpikes ID the county A handsome two ttory frame nod ole of the larjM nod best tarn In tha tuunty This lncw It well watered nnd trerytblDC about It Inrludu f frne lug Is la iplendld ID n good conituunlly close to schools alout 20 minute drive stoic Stanford This n tery desirable home Trie- i 150000 acres of cotton land In Mltilttippt There It no section of country which offers so many opportunities for profitable Inveitment the Mini slppl Delta Is now filly described UoIros perity Vslley Th timber It becoming orvalu ibis all the time for the reason trut lumber people tram the North white the supply of Umber a fatS diminishing are constantly Increasing their par chases of timber Ian J In the South v hen thellDl bet Is removed the land It unequaled for agricultu ral purposes ll will produce a ble of cotton to liii acre or will grow n other kind of crop raised In th temperate tone The soil needs no fertllliers and Clres a whkhcannot N excelled taxes are low the title It perfect cal the nan who buys Delta lana and Hotter lands at present prices It making an In vtllment that h will never regret This Und dl WitS Into tracts ranging front 40 acres to the tract to acres to the tract gad prices tram U per acre to lit per acre according to location etc We are authorized by the company who owns these lands to state that a t other partlct are considering the mrchat of these lands that we offer these tracts ecttoprloruiwithdrawal from maket or change n price without however when otlfIeJ they will hold any tract out of market long enough tot the purchaser to make an Investigation About 11000 acres of this land has been sold by the Corn since we received this option For further par Scalars call clout office No 1S230 acre farm mile of Crab Orchard Ky llrlck dwelling 8 room two tenant houiet two barns well end spring user ivtlltng hrll1ln hleb U ot cultlrailon 160 acres river bottom land good fenclug fruit etc IVIc f1000 an sen No vpA nlc farm at HIghland well Improv ed well watered etc Price lo- oi63 cies of land on Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle zoo acres In cultivation about acres In timber and rest In grass larg new tram dwell Ing also an old dwelling on place A new barn and wo old ones It Is well watered and the ftnclng Is rood On public road Price Iuooo Also a 50 barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Sail Hirer Steam IlOwer new up to dateln every particular ana good dwell ng with Improvements acres of floe and close to Southern railroad Price IB CotUg In Laccatter 711Mt front and feet deep All necasasry bulliulldlogs except bsrn Eerjthlug It new sndln good shape Cut tage contains 4 room ball reDdtbaCk porch and bueinxnt Close to etc Irlce Mo 70Ten acre of land two story front col tae seven rooms halls etc lions It new a good garden and splendid orchard oIly acres fenclnf good two stable1buggy house smoke house etc good is also a good mlii tbe place a eoo crusher In mill It run by nt ural power which U a great economy and the dam it lu repair WIlt sell the property at a low flgureorleaeltNo hotel Urge rooms double versa das hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom fronting street 80 leet tram hotel up stairs cults 2 nice cottages nicely furnlthed ArIrge gardeD Vacanlioladjoining36 feet trout b see AU of Ibis properly In Loadon Ky for some one to make money Isndliafluecnince to rent property for 350 per of wife 1ItUOn proprietor desires to uclleDI farm In Lincoln tounty- flo75AslilIllfarUlOf7S seres of good land located close to town 12850 No MIIO icres of land one mile train Somerset Kcutn seven 8eldi Forty acres In cultiva tion 40 acres la patture balance In timber Dwell ng contains seven rooms Iarge lIam cad all nee s sary outbuildings Fence and buildings In spun Well watered Price 280- 0No2l60acresOf land In Ford Kai ilx miles from and J miles from Arkansas rher beventy arofIan is f wtf bellow firstclan land sod la griM This land Is for tale or exchange 325 acre la Mien county Ky on railroad and pike about 50 acres cultivated about US In timber and grass anti about 150 In gras Timber on place Is cut to II Inches but will make barrel thing lea lies and cord wood enough to pay for the place twice over A large part I teac ed There are four dwellings of rooms each and one toro ot twostorle with room abOTe has wells and springs of water It In 2 miles of county sent grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 2200 OnehaU caah a Tyt Dry Feetjll There is no part of ones dress so necessary to be well cared for and looked after as theI li S C E l I f we wear It is a great temptation these daysf of high priced leather for the manufacturer to take a little from the quality and the con sumer never be able to detect it until he has worn it We have been Exceedingly Cautious lin thismatter and I doubt if there is anotl1et stock of Shoes in this section as free from COMPOSITION insoles and counters andfcutoff vamps and tips as ours We BE I i CANDIDLY that TheaiWalk Over andiManssV for fine shoes 350 to 5 and the J T Wood heavy goods like Honest Mike Level Best c are built today of better sole leather better upper leather than any goods on the market today Try them t and compare them with any goods at same t price and see if we have not told the facts We sell them r a 4 l c r H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKYi No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky GREAT BARGAINS IN HOLIDAY GOODS CALL NOWft W B McRoberts IPERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded NOTICE liftilgJacklurriiril countlvv Any out mttlliiK otto am order of luau rrtiiclifrnvlllv Ky It Klvrs inoploiuurc to unto that I liuvo known Mr Iuiuford for yours and that b thoroughly rtttlsflIdiblO and truthful Wlint lici tl1 you ii bout tho wonderful suit chine bu rulltU on K U VA ITON Poultry And Eggs Wanted TurkeysAlso rabbits lii isa found constantly ut lilY Olilcu out lUIIlltorHt J 1 tiuck loctil manager U JJ Northcott aiu da DRUGGIST STANFORD For Sale Privately Otto united cnrrlngc with hem setting iniiililiH i rcfrlitornlur IlroluIIIII I jinlr stitits A A harrow i tiew clttirli or washstitadHl OKAY Htnnfonl Ky t 3500 Range IAn okKttiit stioMmund range a cup nil vessels go with It with each II purchase for cash only I will glvo n tlckot to each pur chaser of Merchandise at liiy store Homo Otto will get this elegant rnngi Uoino Set It Just received a nice Ilnoof JInni 1 burgs Ecl lng Calicoes do Phone 25 Oum tIU rlnnd G B UAUUI8 Orob Orchard Ky Cottons Wo made EOIUO fortunnto purchases in Cottons nnd nro silting sonic brands nt what thoy now last nt tho mill Buy early to secure at low prices LONG CLOTH Wo carried n limited quantity of Long Cloth front last season and nro IIIoffering a bolt of 12nls for 8115 worth 8151 n bolt of 12 yards for Worth SljLINEN SHEETINGS This is tho time to buy nail workupour linens Special IiO inch Linen SliOcUiiBH nt K9c 8100 mod 8150- I NEW LACES SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I STANFORD KY JAN 25 1907 t BUllplyofnys Drug Store PERSONALS Miss CARRIE PORTER continues very f f ill tints wMit JAMBS F BRADY has been quite hero yesterday HORN to the wife of Mr J L Jar vli a 10 pound boy BORN to tho wife of Oscar Huffman a son Morris Elkin f Miss KATIE CONN of Lancaster Is j with Miss Lottie Carson Miss SAUJB HAWKINS of Corbin is i visiting tho Misses Kilts Mns W O SPEED visited Mrs B D McGraw at Junction City MIWI S Bunninr of Crab Orch f and was the guest of friends here MRS SAM FULKEIISON of MidJIcibo I boro la the guest of Mrs W T Smith MR SINE DUDDRRAU of LeRoy III t is here with his sister Mrs T D Ha fey 1Mn SAM P EAUS find family have moved to tho J W Carson farm near fI Hustonville MR AND Mus a K TATB will bo i host and hostess totlio Married 1coploi iIrt Social Club this evening li on- Miss M M DUNN and daughter EuRcnin Dunn of Hustonville were callers at this office Tuesday- M C TANNER left Sunday to Join his family at Somerset where they will live In the future Casey County Newt A HANDSOME little son has arrived to further bios the union of Prof and Mr J W Ireland Ho has been named for his father CHARLES MARVIN tho wellknown trainer and driver of Lexington Is at Olympian Springs for rheumatism and Is doing splendidly MR M S RAOOHMAN wife and children ElHe and Morgan Smith left Wednesday to visit relatives at Paris and Van Alstyne Texas Dn R It HOURIOAN brought his two daughters Misses Leonora and Luclle Hourigan up from Marion county and entered them in the Stanford Male d Female Seminary Miss SUSIE THOMPSON who has been with her sister Mrs L H Hughes rc t accompanjled I CANT very well get along without tho homo news Tho INTERIOR JOUR NAL is always like a letter from home writes Mr W T Dodds of Downs as he sends money for his paper to Jan 1908- MESiRS J n CONN and Charles Poindexter of Lancaster were here yesterday to testify in court We are under obligations to them for some timely assistance on one of our presses which was not workiug as nicely as it should have LOCALS SUNNY Monday at W H Hlggins r BoY you a pair of wire stretchers at E T Pences posts for sale D C Sipple JLoCUST Ky t some of that good molasses at Singletons store t MENS neckwear We patterns for We at Cummins McClarys IOST soft back Dible between Mr George D Wearens residence and my homo This office TilE houso on David Streets farm near Crab Orchard burned Wednesday night It was unoccupied Tim Ladles Aid Society of the Bap tist church will meet with Mrs P P Nunnelloy at 230 this afternoon i FOUND pair gold spectacles Owner can get them by calling at this office paying for this notice and reward R H WIGGINTON eno of tho pioneer business men of Corbin died there af ter a short Illness Mr Juno H Reid of Hustonville had been clerking for him for some time ROSE The wife of Conductor L M Rose who had been visiting near Prenchcrsvllle died of consumption last night Her remains will be taken to Knoxville today for interment FRANK BARNETT the Sunny Monday man SEVERAL cone pulleys tor sale at this office FOR KENT Nice cottage J C Mc Clary NEW patterns In stamping Mrs K P Miller Stanford GOOD letter Press orsalo at your own price This office Ion SALE Tho house I now live in E C Walton Stanford SEE PMiller before having your stamping done MY harness fortl spring is In Como look at It J C McClary Rock roosters cheap for tho next 10 days C C Withers TUB Stanford Telephone Co has treated itself to a brand new wagon J R EDMISTON teOrchard has extended his sale of store accounts for a short time by request of several cus tomersPnINTEItA good job printer who can feed a rapid cylinder press can get a steady job at this office by Immediate application TilE members of tho fiscal court will not forgot that they were adjourned to meet the second day in February R C Warren judge DONT forget the sale of John A Wrights effects which will occur at his late homo near Hustonvillo on Wednes day next 30th See advertisement JUDGE JAMKS P BAILEY is soliciting funds for tho Kentucky building at the Jamestown Exposition but he is not meeting with the success ho should If you want to contribute to a good cause see tho judge and advise him as to tho amount you want to give Goon SALFHMr William Fields has sold to an Estill county man his farm of about ICO acres on tho Somerset pike four miles from town at SO We hope Mr Fields will buy another farm in Lincoln or at any rate that ho and his splendid family will not leave tho county Nw REAL FSTATFIRuJudge James P Bailey and Mr A C Dunn have formed the Lincoln County Real Estate Agency and they will do a general buying and selling business In farming lands town property etc They Invite correspondence from outof county people wanting property MURPHY ACToNMr M Green Murphy the wellknown Klngsville merchant has sold to Dr J W Acton of that place a halt Intcnest in his store and the firm name is now Murphy Acton Both are popular good buss iness men and they should do a big business Tho new firm has our thanks for a good order for job firinting CIRCUIT COURTIn the case of M J Huffman ngainst Isaiah White Sons on a note the jury found for the plaintiff Huffman Derry sued W S Wigham on a carload of coal and came out victors Several suits against rail roads were compromised Wednesday The case of tho J I Casts Threshing Co against 0 G Speaks Is now on trial Mr Speaks bought a traction engine of the abovo firm and it failed to give satisfaction IF the Louisville Timea and tho Dan ville News will take tho trouble to study the map of Kentucky they will find that Livingston is In Rockcastlo and East Bcrnstadt in Laurel county and that tho skeleton tho finding orI which they are making rich ado over was unearthed between these points and not near Crab Orchard Lincoln county Tho dispatch about it was BentI from Crab Orchard and like so many other people these newspaper men justI supposed the find was made near there CARSON James H Carson aged 44 died at his home at Crab Orchard at 230 Wednesday morningafter a protracted illness of a complication of troubles Ho was a son of the late Arch arson and a brother of Mr W A Carson of this place Deceased was a kindhearted clover man and his friends are saddened at his untimely death Ho was prominent in Masonic circles and was burled by that fraterni ty in tho Widows and Ophans cemetery at Crab Orchard at 11 oclock yes terday morning Its a Fair Question ratetoaek why we do not nek the advance on Cottons or hold them for higher prices ns we bought them before the advance The reasons are these 1st We arc not speculators We nro in the dry goods business 2nd Wo would rather be busythnn idle even if not quite ns profitable at present 3rd We have always made it a rule to eharo our advantages with our best friends our customers These area few of the reasons wo arc busy all the time REDUCED rates on lap robes E T Pence =Fisil celery and oysters at Mrs W S Jones t STANFORD will have n crackerjack fair this year The boys have already begun talking and working it up- MONEY Supt Singleton tells us that he will pay the county school teachers their January draw tomorrow Saturday LOST small black pocket book or purse between homes of Messrs Geo D Wearen and J W Alcorn Con tamed small amount of money Liber nl reward This office CLARENCE WADE aged 21 son of Jerry Wade died in Macks ville Wednesday of pneumonia Ho came from Louisville a month ago and had been ill over since A wife survives him MR ED HuntiARD ourthanks for a brace of squabs which were most toothsome By the way Mr Hubbard who is the boss gardener has an abun dance of lettuce onions and radish DONT go to the expense of register Ing small sums of money to us Put a one dollar two dollar or five dollar bill in a stout envelope address it plainly and well get the money or know why WANTEDGentleman or lady to travel for Mercantile House of large capital Territory at homo or abroad to suit If desirable the home may be used as headquarters Weekly salary of 1000 per year and expenses Ad dress Jos A Alexander Stanford Ky HOUSES FOR 1desire to rent for the year 1907 the Helm residence on Danvlllo Avenue There are five acres of land in the lot and tho home is a very desirable one Also tho brick cottage on Somerset pike now occupied by George T Wood II Helm Stan surd Ky A MAGNIFICENT crowd witnessed a splendid presentation of tho intensely Interesting play Tho Good Samaritan given principally by local talent under the auspices of Stanford Lodge No 156 I 00 F at Waltons Opera House last night A more extended notice of it will appear in our next Is sue EDITOR ED WALTON of the INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford was in the city interviewing his patrons and making new ones by the scores Once his unique and always readable paper finds its way into a home it seems to stick forever Somerset Journal Editor Campbell will please accept our profound thanks for his kind words Sotn OurMr B D Carter who has successfully conducted a livery sta ble on Depot Street for several years sold out lock stock and barrel Wednes pWnllswhobusiness Mr Carter has tho West ern fever and will more than likely settle in Oklahoma Btu 7Slocccr presI dent of the Cumberland Valley Land Co has sold to T J Asher 766 acres of the companys coal and timber lands for 15700 The land is In Harlan county Ky and the price per acre was 2050 Onethird of the purchase price was paid in cash A dividend of six per cent will at once be paid to the stockholders of the company This makes 1C4 j per cent this company has paid to its stockholders WE take pleasure in acknowledging receipt of a draft for 1000 from the kmtincntal Insurance Co of New fork represented by Mr R B Maho nv of Stanford Ky that being the tuU amount of insurance on our stock of goods carried by that company The mount was paid In full and without discount and wo take pleasure in recommending both tho company and the gent to the insuring public Respect ully Tho Reynolds Co CASH DtscouNrIt is with pleasure that we accept draft for 000 delivered by Jesse D Wearen the Insurance man Stanford Ky for his portion of our loss of Dec 20 lost on nerchandise For prompt and liberal lottlement of losses we commend to property owners Tho Queen Insurance 3o of America represented by Jesse- D Wearen Stanford Ky Settlement cash no discount Tho Reynolds Co iVnyncaburg Ky Jan 7 1907 r IVanDeveerMYERS barn door hangers the be t1 At Singletons store LOOKS like we are to have more rain after the several days of beautiful Winter weather YOUR attention is caked to the display advertisement of TrIbble Pence They tell of their new departure into the undertaking business Once more wo pause to mourn our fate Tho ice appears we Pain would weep Our hearts grow glummer Enough to tempt the boys to skate But not enough to snake it cheap Some time next summer PARKERS HAIR BALSAM- IClanwad Uwtlfitf hair frmuoftrf latujitt trot- hrer rails to Micro Bray Ilair to til YoulhtulCololQuoealp 0TarxIIIuiaf DrurriiU Farm for Sale or Rent Stood fnrinof gionrrm near Turnrrivllle for iuili or rent Nlco new rvililcnco and all necoMary inlmll lliiR In no xl repair 1crmsprlvutc Aillre aji iIiUVEltSlur- bur or cull on r K flower on tint place Olympian Springs Water You are to Olyuiilnn HprliiB Water for lUItllIInthllliXlnouIIl ss gctlon miJ lllmlcliT Trouble Nothing tatter Auk Uiouwliolmvo used It K M Slats 1ro nrletrUlretpiaut Hprlug rostortlco Hun NOTICE I We want every person that nllllcted with rheumatUm Kidney trouble or nay from blood to try n ItentOhmfarlug to direction or your will bo ro fungal Each wickaie contain a l down with n rpuUtfirrd guarantee PrtroflAU For wile liy It Vllllniui Agent McKlnney Ky Auctttfn I Auction I Oreat Ckarnnce Hale On HATUHUYY JANSfl hail I wlllsell at auction n Uenoral Linn of Merchandise coii l UllK of Midi tlililKithut do not suit to curry over Such as Men Fall mud Winter ciotmiiK Overcoats tanner and huts Un derwear Odd and odIis Shoe and Fell moots ulJrhool LIIdICs tubber JiCO unit Stay l Int11151 mun other thing too uumeroui tomentlon ThU will be a itruil opiiortiinlly for you touteuro bargains mud Rit ciKHliat your owls price Hale will lie Kin at J hMITII illberU Creek Ky PUBLIC RENTING I will rout to the highest and best blddvt 11111 on HATUUDAY FEU IIIt IbrtIthrlnnnn farm of acres lying one IIIlhtJlnt of Moreland htatlon lor the year IIi Tho Improvement are good cU tern orchard big horn and the land llmt cluv Hlxteen acre logo lu corn tho bill mice IIIIOW In Dover Timothy and Itlue Urnu Th meeting will take place nt Hunn A ColTV I store In More land at l JODWAiin ALCOHN Kxor AUChrUman ViTAEojg Ii Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Inln Killer Derm destroyer Disease nan Ither liloodVltallzer Health and Htrength llestorer N II Bogie Murksbury Kentucky General Agent TRIBBIE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Cur pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Pape- rTRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 Batiste For Shirt Waist j very desirable for shadow embroidery It is 46 inches wide and costs 35 and 40c MERCERIZED MULL JI Kspeciiilly suitable for dainty Embroideried Shirt WaigU 46 inches and costs 35 and 40c SHFER LINENS These goods stand the wash tub better titan anything and get prettier with constant washing 30 inch nt 25c 28c 40c 50c and 75c NEW EMBROIDERIES 2i++++ + + +++41IIftt + + +IJIII I It is Your Good I Luck Cold Weather and ReducedI 11that on Winter Merchandise reach at the same time This is our first Real Winter Weather and i theiGreat Slaughter Sale is now on We have greatly reduced prices on Outing ClothsFlannelettes FleeceDowns Knit Shawls Woolen Skirts Ladies and Childrens Under wear Dress Goods Corsets Fleeced and Woolen Hosiery Shoes Over shoes Etc- Come and let us show you We can do that better than we can tell you New line of 5 and lOc ware LMHUEYCODry Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House KENTUCKYt tt Pioneer Wire Fencetithtsr Square mesh and the Best Wire Fence Model For sale by R T Pence Jr Stanford Ky Dealer in Farming Implements Buggies Surreys E- tcSIAwzxTooth Powder Purest and Best We Recommend It Inported Direct from Japan PRICE 25c STANFORD DRUG CO Let This Office Print Your StationeryS 44- i r The Interior Journal fnlmdinthe FoilOffice at Stanford aleondclaal matter 7XUIUUIIHU rui pArS AND IUDATS ATE 100 PER YEAR CASH wben not so pall ItOO will be charged TURKEYS 1 ilanimotli Ilroiito Turkeys pure hrl CrW prIze I IllontioradatMn W to III I WhlletFtdr View Poultry faros 1rencbcrs v NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOSB dt CLAllESONl- rcnj11NCTION CITV KY Tdrnouti aTraellagMennateeSpecial Atteoton to ln and nay For Sate For Sale Privately u house and 10 acres of land iltuat d outllde lImltl on the 80merset ut ba and lerDousQ 7 rooms kitchen PIke cellar stable and a- Ulecrr Taite room outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard and one for J P BAILEY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately flaying determined to quit farming I will Mil privately fnrin of 2I ncrin near udlee troutOBllallron a7tiorelandon weltDanvllleryy ndles from Jtoated on pike Crop consists of corn Hay Dad wood atire W Jennets II 1 bargain ifI find s buyer tn the next 30 or 40 days B KINO MorelnndT K- yINSURANCE WlndRtorml Lift and Jire LIghtning OISST andAooldont Nono albbieRatepaunrantred yLose VuylngHeo loweI Ol WfllUnequalled with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY SpecUl attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission tack Pene In Connection Two Farms For Sale J with to loll privately my farm of 170 Mt16 mile West of on the Lest IIou ofkwater landtlmtberWell lenced ha repairAUo of 100 acres ding midway between and lex Dlwn Good outlet each Well Laced Terwsroosonnbl TllI lt1UNJ Kkibury Ky LIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buyrundyItmdeclothingwhenthere- b to little dIlTftoI1Lt made suits and a suit miule to your measure taken by an experienced tailor have n iaudsoiiiH line of Winter goods I on make from a low price business cult to the flnesttlrellult Overcoats Tn us on and Fluky Vet The company I rep 3asvat II second to none iltO UUlLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky Ce tcClary Undertaker Embalmer and Der in Harne8s8addlery kli STANFORD r KENTUCKY Office Phone 187 Home Phone 19 J t Beazley Co Undertakers and Eiubilm ars Also Dealers in Fur aalure MattingsRugs Theyg sill exchange Furniture for ail Kinds of Stock Give teens a Call Prices Right 171NFORD KENTUCKY ou FARMERS DEPARTMENT Richard Alexander sold to B G Fox 11 cotton mules nt 130 Advocate 58 acres of hemp land for rent Mrs Rebecca R Carpenter Hustonvillc Two pair of gray mare mules won sold at Mexico Mo last week for 050 FOR SALESix red Berkshire boars ready for service J C Lynn Stan ford Richard Hester is bringing a lot of corn to town for which he is receiving 2X0 E C Holliday bought n saddle horse from Wm Murray for 176Londe LocalTwenty good threeyearold mules for sale Will sell tn pairs B G Fox Danville Mrs Bettie Broaddus sold to a moun tain party a carload of corn at 240 on the car here Pair mules five years old this Spring 15J hands high for sale Hugh Thomp son Chilton Ky William RatcM sold his 129acre farm in Washington county to Timothy Kerns for 13000- F M Sims proprietor of Olympian Springs sold to Grant Elliot 29h acres in Casey county for 1300 Pair red sorrel mules three years old this Spring and 1C hands for sale Powell Depp Hustonville Ky W A Horton of Wayncsburg kill ed tho largest hog ever butchered in that section It weighed 525 pounds Henry S Caywood of North Middle town told to Brutus J Clay CO feed ing cattle averaging close to 1000 pounds at S3 George W King bought the Wash farm of W H Hankla for 2500 Hawk Wilkinson paid 110 for 11 white oak trees in Russell county Liberty NewsW S Gibbs sold his Englowood Stock Farm at Willisburg for 19000 He then purchased tho McElroy place in the suburbs of Springfield consisting of 356 acres for 23000 Lucien Lyne has wired to his father- S C Lyne at Lexington that his deal to ride in England this season in the colors of Lord Clonmell is off and that he would start for home Tuesday morn ingESTRAYA twoyearold heifer weighing about 700 pounds came tc my place two months ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep Clel Reynolds near Shelby City Auctioneer English gave this report to the Advocate Messers Dunn Beazleys sale was one of the best attended sales held in Kentucky in a long time Prices were good and bidding spirited throughout the two days About 175 head of fine business horses urderKnowledge in a Nutshell A cubit is two feet A fathom Is six feet A space is three feet A span is 10J inches A league is three miles A great cubit Is 11 feet There are 2759 languages Bran 35 pounds to the bushel Oats 35 pounds to the bushel A days journey is 321 miles Barley 48 pounds to the bushel Two persons die every second Sound moves 743 miles an hour A square mile contains 640 acres A storm blows 3G miles per hour A tub of water ways 84 pounds A barrel of pork weighs 84 pounds An acre contains 840 square yards A barrel of flour weighs 196 pounds Slow rivers flow 5 miles per hour A firkin of butter weighs 56 pounds Timothy seed 45 pounds per bushel A hurricane moves 80 miles per hour A hand horse measure is four in hesThe average of human life is 33 years A rifle ball moves 1000 miles per minute Rapid rivers flow seven miles per hour The first lucifer match was made in 829 Gold was discovered in California in 18Electricitymoves 228000 miles V per hour r A moderate wind blows seven miles per hour- The first horse railroad was built In 820 The first steamboat plied the Hudson In 1807A is 5280 feet or 1760 yards in length Wise Counsel From the South I want to give somo valuablo ad lco to those who sullcr with lame lack and kidney trouble says J II ilankenshlp of Meek Tenn 1 mve proved to an absolute certainty that Electric Bitters will positively Hire this distressing condition TheI first bottle gave me great relief and after taking a few more bottles I was iomnletely cured so completely that It becomes a pleasure to recommend this treat remedy Sold under guaran teo at Pennys Drug Store Price 50o Dont let your troubles make you sighTheyre certain to disperse You will have others by and by And maybe theyll be worse T Owing to very strenuous work in the Senate Senator McCreary had to cancel his engagement to speak at Richmond Va at the Leo Centenary He however sent in the following exprcs slon on the great leader Tho world has never known a great er soldier than Robert E Leo Hewai a hero of the greatest struggle ever made by devoted men in behalf of the cause they loved Whether ho Is voted as the greatest General executing his fearless purpose to do what he bcliovct to be right regardless of results or ns tho peerless citizen or as the college president training young men of the South or as the humble Christian all who love courage patriotism Integrity devotion to duty and Christian resign tlon must honor his memory nnd accord hire a place in history with the greatest Generals and the most con spicuous citizens As tho years pass his life nnd achievements arouse more and more admiration respect and pride and with the disappearance of sectional asperities and the restoration of friend ship and fraternity he has taken his proper place as ono of our country greatest noblest and best beloved men Dickey nidtho teacher what is the meaning of the word diadem Dunno answered Dickey A diadem is a distinguishing mark of royalty Think you can remember that Ycsm I guess so Give me a sentence in which diadem is used I cant remember any maam Well make one yourself Id ruther not Why Dickie I dont think its a nice word But it is It is a perfectly proper word I am waiting for that sen tenceWell then if I eat toadstools Ill diadem sight sooner than if I let em alone Cured of Lung Trouble It Is Prow 11 years since I had a narrow escape from consumption writes C O Floyd n leading bustncs man of Kershaw S O I had rundown In weight to 135 pounds and coughing was constant both by day and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and Ion tinued this for about six months when my cough anti lung trouble were en tirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thous ands of persons arc healed every year Guarnteed at Pennys Drug Store 6lc and SI Trial bottle free Dont write a story too short Dont write a story too long Dont write a paper report Dont write a tale overdrawn Dont write a commonplace theme Dont write a story unreal Dont write of how things might seem Dont write what you do not reeL Dont write a story too drear Dont write of treasure trove Dont write of people whore queer Dont write a story of love Dont write a tale full of lies Dont write of the trite and small In fact to be very wise Dont write a story at all How to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis ort those who arc habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores thu natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not neau seato or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take tltofuse substitutes GL Penny The mill of John Lovely on Quicksand creek in Breathltt county was dynamited by unknown persons who placed the explosive in the hopper It exploded as it passed through the millstones A son of Lovely was severely injured The Right Name Mr August Sherpa the popular jverseer of tho poor at Fort Madison 10 says Dr Kings New Life Pills are rightly named theyact noro agreeably do more good and nako one feel bettor titan any other axatlve Guaranteed tocuroblllous eat and constipation 25c at Penny s Drug Store SS0Owing to a shortage of cars in Eastern Kentucky many of the local mines are obliged to reduce the production of coal and it is said that more than 1000 cars arc on sidings along the lines of the Louisville Nashville How to Cure Chilblains To enjoy freedom from chilblains writes John Kemp East OtisOold Me I apply Bucklons Arnica Salve lave also used it for salt rheum with excellent results Guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles mrns wounds frost bites and skin Useases 25catPennys Drug Store At Greenwood Miss the home of- Gov Vardaman who has taken a decided stand against lynchings a mob strung up a Negro charged with criminal assault on a white woman Three large business houses were de troyed by fire at Phillisburg Kas The loss is 100000 i rjL CHICKENS A low single comb Illitxlo hili lid lied OurkrvU from n sulict Dvnfor siile MUM I It COOK Htuitnird Ky HOGS KILLED I I nut l to kill hug ami will dolls- ertonnyouuwlllUu one hilly of my pine lit tkoenchItAYIns HHANKH Uowliilwl Ky FARM FORSALEIi wluh lo peel iirlvntcly my farm of 111 lucres lliunlil Iho O- thllIllIIlllkI Uydleetrontilrnb Orchllnl of luvuu rooms Oultmllil lug lit fairly goat repair Poll lit kitchen door undnureprlnfta on the Irma Tormi 1 rill on leI dirt road In law county J 0 lIVYKSHtnnfonl Ky 111 I ol I Jesse W Sweeney lltorKIETolt Livery Feed and Salo Static Lanoaster Ky JAMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEALER IIT Building Material of nil kinds Sash lJUlhljding purposes and do all kinds of run oroto work Prices on application Blue foriSale I with to invfnrin 8W tulle test of- 1Iu101IIIIllnI1 from unit Cnriwn tars Mtntlon iontlntlng of1II acres of rich blue tulocco Ingnus or grass Title fsruu rlll ho equally dlrided to mlvniitnunkons tolmvon Rood twIII on 1iicli plwe RIo iwccssnry outbullillnK The farm lays almost In nunn unl bareangle In llnvs Then are threw stork good tobacco hUll t stable truant hmuo good water In fvry Held six tasting springs with 3 11lIml running through whole truck J HTKKIK UAUPKNTKll lluitonvtllt Ky Sale of Valuable Farm and Personalty ti atlmlnUtrator of John A Wit ht w II UII VKHNKHIIAY JAN III nt his Isle ruolttiincv one mile nun Ita- tallvllleonIhItiV111epikehl IIIMMIIII roun ills RTIOIIH Jruptrttnll of wlileli wxceptloiially good tiuilnly of the following any- igd stallion I Utrreyeur old stuitlon 7 brood innrvi two Jyearold Illllvs three yearling fillies yearling cult three wean linK colts nil well brrtl one pjilr of Work mules 71 shiHp w hog nOw pigs und mr7 ytarllng cattle milk cow i tin w yiarolil bull lotof ImyalioutMilmrn1 of Turn lit shocks of balder iiuui touieco Ueks farming Implements stud tool of nil kliuls and varieties In KouiUomllllonlmiiM holtl and klUlieu furniture uilr 01 tuck caldrOf motible llowesraieii roll of win fence aim fencing HppuruliK hsw gum wagon gears lmrnei HKII tumble natlon gun two Vtililivster HllleH etc At the lUlle ttiiu unit plane ai the gent of the heirs of John A Wright I will offer for wile nt public outcry the farm of touttmuhunUnhuulelghty MWIIIITM lying linmetllately the Imnvlilc A llns tonvllle turnpike alMUt one iinielrtini fill Umvllltt LIneolu county Ky lid nllOlll tilt Mime illstnnco xiliu on the Iliiclnntitl outherulUtllwuy It U all lilRnin lIIt 7 acre lIIuI of 111It Is TIrI a huge Iwelllnir on the land live goof stock ntceuiry outhuht ago and It I well encixl It 1111 short out of the mint de- IrublufnnusIitthetouutynnd ronvoninnt i nix I nrhool4 clitiniif rill rOI1 tu lout Mr teorer Wright will show prueI sate lurrlniMrn ovr tie farm mad tin 111 nxs of the lion can In ohtaliiiil rum ilmTine terms wilt lit lImullli1 on the duty of Hale J II PAXpiN Admr Ktc trol J IfiiuiKller Auct loridaNew Orleans Cuba reached in comfort via- OflEDUBBEDn ROUTE AND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY ChlcoKo Florida Special In Stnlu luuuj lib IWS Solid Iullinsn Train Lure CINCINNATI 038 V M LKXINdTOH IliO V aL DANVILLE 1240 Mains and Ob rrvntlon Cars for Jack Konritle and Aujusimo Tla Oialta nooiraand AUaoU Florida Limited Solid Trsln Lowe CINCINNATI Bi30Alt LEXINOTON 100ft A M BANVILLH Tian Day Cnntlio IlTJ Jaarknuvltlr- SL ttbnaml Dlnlnu for Aiiru ilnpHhravrportnnd New Orleans VUChattADooea Atlanta and I Irm tim Queen Crescent Special Holla train Clnrlnnit Lexington Din vllle la New Orleans rkt Chattanooga and liirmtniharo alo Ihroiuli Pullman nodNavannahWinter lourtst tickets now on ate at rrdueed rates For Information apply AlClnclnnltJft01IIITT C RISI1IUOI Curl5fiePurAtC1cIVFtTI tw 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