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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL XXXVISTANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 1 1908 MO 78 KINGSVILLE Roscoe Gooch Is cooking for Fcrg sons bridge crow at McKinney Harvey Acton of Waynesburg IIpent Thanksgiving with his brother Dr Ac tonCyrus Johnson came down from Htgl land to take part in the debate on Friday night School closed hero yesterday to tho teachers cculd attend tho educational rally at Stanford- M G Murphy has finished his work on tho turnpike between this placo ond tho Casey county lino near Duncan L bL Walls has opened a stock of goods at his new store on tho Stanfor pike Ho desires a part of tho publl patronage Give him a trial Will Alford of Lexington spent sos era days with relatives here lie put in good time while here hunting during tho day and courting at night John Leo is working with the bridg crew at McKInney Ho says tho coal chutes for this placo are a certainty and that work will begin on them In tho next six weeks Our merchants regret very much to hear of the death of Dob Adams ales l man for Bryan Day C Hnnt Ho ws a splendid drummer and was greatly liked by our merchants s A largo crowd attended tho polling match and plo supper Friday night Miss Lizzio Dyo proved to bo tho cham pion spoiler and Miss Birdie Brown got the prize for tho prettiest girl Claudo Hester is building a concreti t pavement in front of his residence Lethe good work go on until wo have side that a person can walk over 1walkl being in danger of breaking a ro is a tract of land of 100 acre hero for solo The owner lives In 3near and desires to dispose of his property at a very rcrsonablo price For full particulate call at tho SmIU Hotel Charlie Vest has shipped his houso i hold olTects from hero to Indiana where ho will reside Sam Flint and t family are back from Texas They removed from hero to tho Lone Star State some 16 months ago but have been dis satisfied Mr and Mrs Flint are deal and dumb and that accounts probably for their dissatisfaction among strang ersThe three weeks revival at the Meth odist church came to i close last Wed nosday night with special services foi Thanksgiving There were 28 additions t to tho church during tho meeting The sum of 10 was realized in tho Thanks giving offering for home missions and church extension Eld J G Livings ton filled his appointment at tho Chris 1 tian church on the fourth Sunday Hi baptized four converts at tho Fishing Creek lake Monday MrR t Austin of Washington Ci ty stopped over a short tlmo while passing through to Casey on a buninesi t trip Ho is an employe in the U S department of pensions Although he has been employed under a republican administration for the last 12 years he is stilt an ardent democrat and has novo er lost his position He expressed ar opinion while here that the next Na tional democratic platform would em brace thb prohibition plank Thursday was observed as a holiday by tho graded school and all our mer chants except one Judging from the number of persons who seemed rather f tight thero must have been some Thanksgiving liquor on hand Much of tho fire water used hero is shipped in from Chattanooga I move that we instruct our Representative in Congress to Introduce a bill to prevent tho Im portatlon of liquor into local option ter ritory Do I hear a second 1 Ella Leach of Stanford visited J IMiss Hester Willie Leach is working as operator and agent at Sales Creek Tenn The point is just a few miles north of Chattanooga Will is young In the business and wo wish him totevery success that can come his way Uncle Josh Swope of Hustonvillc brought his best girl over Sunday to sample tho excellent fare nt tho Smith Hotel Ho told a number of his friends hero that ho would make the race for tho nomination for circuit clerk James Barton white out coon hu- ntling Friday night killed ono of the larg black eagles ever seen hero The was found perched on a log near Fishing Creek It first attacked Jims coon dog and mado him burn tho wind The eagle made for the light which Barton was carrying with outstretch ed Barton was alone and ho Isaysho thought at first that it was a bear making for him In his excite ment ho hurriedly fired his gun and struck tho eagle in tho head Ho was so frightened that it was several min utes before ho was nblo to examine his adversary This broke up tho coon hunting for that night Saturday morning he brought tho big bird to Walters store for exhibition It measured sev en feet from tip to tip and is a fine specimen of its kind A largo boy was seen wearing four heavy undershirts on one of the warm eat days last week Wonder what ho will do when it turns cold sure cnougl MATRIMONIAL William Thomas Naylor and Miss An nlo Singleton were made one at Hev Pointers on the 28th James W Hornbcck of New Yorl and Miss Lala Junes of Montlcoll were married last week Mrs Julia Hughes announces the en gagcment of her niece Miss Stella Rusamond McClary to Mr Wllliai Archer V eager of Middlesboro The wedding will occur the last of Dcccn berCol and Mrs William B Haldcma announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Clara Bruce Haldemar to Mr J Frazier Bonnie Tho wed ding will be solemnized on Wednesday January C Louisville Times At Somerset quito u surprise waa sprung in social circles by the announcement of the engagement and forthcom- Ing marriage of Miss Josephine Robert daughter of Mr James Roberts a well known stock dealer to Mr Marcus E Burke of Baltimore Md Miss Roberta bears tho distinction of being ono of tho most beautiful and popular youu ladies In Kentucky and is a universe favorite hero The bridegroomtobe a well known traveling monoThe wedding will occur In tho early part of December Somerset Journal Tho marriage of Albert R Wallace of this place and Miss Mary Etheltoi Clarke of Springfield was solemnize it the home of the brides guardian Mr J W Jarboe at Springfield at 9 oclock Thanksgiving morning Rev W C Williams performed tho ceremony Tho wedding was a homo affai and only a few intimate friends were present The pretty homo was beau Jfully decorated for the occasion Af ter tho ceremony Mr and Mrs Wallace drove to Lebanon and took thi rain for this place where they arrives Ilt 1230 They went direct to the home of Mr Wallace on Danville Avenue where they are now domiciled The iritla Is a handsome young woman ol rood family connection und wo are told ms an abundance of means The groom Is the wellknown liveryman and n plondld young man in every way Cupid Busy In Louisville LOUISVILLE Nov 28Cupid was unusually active in Louisville during Thanksgiving week and many hearts wore pierced with his keen darts Some of the ceremonies wcro solemnized at the homes of tho contracting parties others chose to load their brides to the lymcnlal altar of some fashionable hurch while not a few crossed over the river to the Hoosier Grotna Green lelTcrsonville Two weddings out of the long Us will bo of Interest to tho many friend and relatives of the contracting partlc In Lincoln and Casey counties Mils Elizabeth McAlister Iortman who formerly lived with her parents at Stan brd but who has resided In Louisville or several years was married to Mr C L Anderson of Chicago The ceremony was performed at the homo ol the brides parents at 110 West Chestnut Rev L C Kelly officiating The room who formerly lived in Nash villa holds a lucrative position in the Registry Division of the Chicago post office Tho bride and groom loft at once for Chicago where they will make heir future home On Thanksgiving day Jason C Law horn and Miss Fannie L Cochran were coital in tho holy bonds of wedlock at tho home of tho brides in Park and The bride is a nativeof Casey ounty and is a daughter of W BI Cochran at ono time a leading attor noy of Casey former editor of the Liberty News but now a U S storekeeper and gauger of tho Fifth district Tho groom who has just reached his majority is the only son of Mrs Belle jawhorn of Yosemite and Is a prom nent merchant and business man of hat hustling Uurg Tho young couple will visit Mammoth Cave and other points of interest during their honeymoon They will live at Yosemite CLAn NCE COLEMAN Soven Years of Proof I have had seven years of proof hat Dr Kings New Discovery is the best medicine to take for coughs and olds and for every diseased condition if throat chest or lungs II says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world hos had 33 years of proof that Dr kings New Discovery is tho best remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchitis home rhago of the lungs and the early stages of consumption Its timely use Iways prevents tho development of pneumonia sold under guarantee at ennys Drug Store 60o and II Trial bottle froe Six prisoners broke jail at Hickman and made their escape NEWS NOTES Every hour 14 new citizens are born and older ones die in London Millions of trout died in Massach setts this year as a result of tho serious fall drouth Mrs Barbara Blllek mother of lIer man Blllek who is under sentence ot death at Chicago died at her home In Cleveland At Mt Sterling Wick Simpson a white painter attempted suicide In Whites drug store by drinking the contents of an ounco bottle ofcarbolic acii While out hunting David Shields a farmer of Bloomington Ind was stantly killed by his son The boy was climbing a fence when his gun was discharged in his fathers back Ellen E Peck notorious 20 years ago and called tho Confidenc Queen was arrested In Now York on the charge of swindling a firm out of 20000 Tho woman is 80 years old A tornado passing over Minnesota near Faribault lifted tho house of A J Manley while the family was at dinner and carried it some distance ManI ley was killed but his wife and chit escaped injury W E Kimball of Memphis commit ted suicide by throwing himself Into the river It Is believed he killed himself rather than choose between his wife and a young woman to whom he had been paying 1tlentlonIIn New York the father of nine yearold Milton Gans alleges he woi killed by being kicked by ono of Mrs Cornelius Vandcrbllts horses while boo- Ing led through the street by a servant Gans asks 25000 damages for his son Public Printer John S Leech has sent his resignation to President Roosevelt asking to be returned to service in the Philliplne Islands Samuel B Donnelly of Brooklyn N Y former president ofI the International Typographical Union was appointed to succeed Mr Leech At a meeting of 350 representatives ot shoe manufacturing concerns held in Chicago plans wore formulated for preI lenting their arguments to tho Ways and Means Committee of Congress in Voshlngton The argument of the shoe nen is that the tariff on hides enriches the beef packers at the expense of thoI armor and tho buyer of shoes Judge Charles E Booc charged withc lefrauding the State by false vouchers brgery and obtaining money by a false token waived examination at FrankI fort and was held to tho grand jury enter a bond of fCOOO 6L II Thatcher State inspector filed an itemized list orI Judge Boooa peculations during hisI term as claim clerk under Auditor James Walter E Ammon a manufacturer of buttcrlne at Jersey City who was atally shot by Andrew McGrath In that city November 17 left several hand ome to young women friends of his acquaintance Ho remembered three trained nurses in Chicago who nursed him through a severe spell of yphoid fever in that city six years ago Another big corporation has been armed in Louisville and the organize ion was made complete by the election of Judge S W linger president June W Gayle vice president and Spalding general counsel Tho new concern is the Fidelity Guaranty Company and it is capitalized at 600000 tactically all of the stockholders are Kentuckians All Paris is agog over sensational de olopmonts in the Stcinhcll murder nystery Mmo Stoinhoil who told nany different stories at different times bout the deaths of her husband and stepmother was arrested and charged with complicity in tho murder Back or the killing Is said to bo a scandal in olvlng many men high in public life ind tho name of tho lato President aura has been dragged into the matter while tho Dreyfus affair Is said to have played a par- tNoxamethylenetetramino Tho above It tho name of a Gorman horaical which Is ono of tho many aluable ingredients of Foleys Kid ney Remedy Hoxamcthylonetctramtno Is recognized by medical text books ind authorities as a uric acid solvent nil antiseptic for the urine Take oloys Kidney Remedy as soon as ou notice any irregularities and void a serious malady New Stanford Drug Co Hubby I want five dollars Wont two dot No sir I want five All right Money seems to be Ing in a V shape I guess wintcrjbas- it in Mind Your Business I If you dont nobody will It is your uilness to keep out of all the trouble you can and you can and will keep out- of liver and bowel trouble if you tako Dr Kings New Life Pills They keep lllousness malaria and jaundice ou- tlof your system 25c at Pennys Drug- Store Y IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tho wife of Judge W IL Phillips ot NIcholasville is dead C M Mathews one of the leading grocers of Lexington filed a deed of assignmentTho of tho Wllliamsburg Cloth- Ing Co was burglarized and lot of clothing stolen The progeny of Mrs L A Young who died recently in Davison county N C number 114 Mrs Sarah Langford need 82 years died at her homo in Spencer count Her death was due to senility William Duffy of Louisville WI18 chosen captain of Central University foot ball team for next season An Interurban lino between Frank fort and Lawrenceburg is proposed and citizens of the latter place are whoop ing up the project The Halsey Red Ash Coal Company miners and shippers whose mines are located at Halsey has gono into tho hands of a receiver- C W Lester State Inspector undo Gov Bradley was stricken with paral ysis at his home at Williamsburg and his recovery is doubtful John C Graybeal of London Laure county purchased at auction sale for S1GOOO the ThelketdRltchio farm of 244 acres in Shelby county Mrs George W Robinson wife of Georgo W Robinson president of the State Bank and Trust Company and ono of the wealthiest men in Mercer is deadRoland Franklin son of Commonwealths Attorney R B Franklin of Frankfort had a portion of his hand torn off by tho accidental discharge of his gun II II Hennlngcr the largest merchant and one of the most prominent in Monticello took the bankruptj law Ills assets will bo about vhilo his liabilities will run away up Into the thousands Kentucky State University of Lex- Ington easily defeated Central Univer ity of Danville at Lexington for the State championship Tho final score was 40 to 0 and another case of ono team being heavier and faster than the therC C Williams re dived a check for 4600 tho amount ol the judgment gamut the Gould Coatruction Co in favor of Dr W J Childress the ad ninistrator of his brother Rufus Children who lost his life while in the em bye of that company in building the ailroad bridge across Rockcastle river t Livingston ML Vernon Signal Col Phil D Thompson Sr a veteran of two wars noted lawyer and Nestor of tho Harrodsburg bar died Saturday 1IIs death was due to the infirmities of age having been confined to his room for several months Ho would have been 88 years of ago on January 8 next and for the past three weeks his death baa been expected at any moment Mayor John Skain of Lexington has Issued an order that policemen firemen and other employes of tho city will be uspended if it Is shown that they will not pay their honest debts As the nayor timely says tho merchants who redit them pay taxes to help pay their wages and are entitled to receive their dues The proposition can not bo gainsaid Mayor Skains order is a good ono and wo hope he will enforce it to tho letter Winter blasts causing pneumonia leurisy and consumption will soon be hero Cure your cough now and trengthen your lungs with Foloys lonoy and Tar Do not risk starting the winter with weak lungs when leys Honey and Tar will cure the mot obstinate coughs and colds and prevent serious results New Stanford Drug Cop HUSTONVILLB The Sunday School Convention of the lustonvillo district will meet at tho taptist church hereat 2 r M and 7 P M on Dec 6 All are cordially invited to attend these services Foloys Honey and Tar clears tho all passages stops tho Irritation in tho throat soothes the inflamed mem rancs and tho most obstinate cough disappears Sore and inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened and the collI Is expelled from tho system New Stanford Drug Co At FIcmlngsburg Harry Morgan charged with burning buildings belong- Ing to Dr W B McClure and stabbing homaa Daugherty was held to the grand jury While the trial of Morgan WI18 in progress four prisoners charged with felony escaped from the jail AU- aro still at large I forgot something said the hus andYes pouted tho ife you forgot to kiss me That may be but what I came back- tor was my overshoes Scene from the Third Act of the Devil which play will be presented at Wal tons Opera House next Tuesday Night Dec OVER6OTS I UIT ABLE ERVlCEABLE TYLISH 4tFORLittle YoungHandsome and Old j Raincoats Slickers Rubber Coats Top Coats and Regulation w OVERCOATS From 2 to 25 i Cummins S Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY i M Lincoln county national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 3 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER tit J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H L C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSIitJ B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J U Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Prcachorsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek THE SAFEST AMU PiUKtI Wft Y il TRANSFER MONEYI18V LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOKPOIUTCD The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON WL MCARTY It a candidate for BherlfT of Lincoln count inbjeet to tbe action ot the democratic party M S BAUGHMAN i countyaubJeetparty JOHN J MOSER IemoeratlcFIM BRUCE countysobJectparty JAMES C HAYS countysubjectparty DINK FARMER It a candidate for the Democratic nomina t ion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party WILLIAM J DUNCAN It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county partyD C ALLEN It a candidate for Atsessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun t7 subject to theactlon of the democratic I party J A DUDDERAR It candidate for assessor of Lincoln Coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party W D WALLIN Ig candidate for Atietior of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of thu democratic party S MOWENS It a candidate for Assessor of Llncolncoun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party M F NORTH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR 18 n candidate for circuit Judge of this the LthdietrlctsubJect to the nctlon 01 the democratic party JOHN C PEPPLES Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party ATo The Democrats of The 13th Ju dicial District a I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for circuit judge of this dis trict composedof the counties of Lincoln Garrard Boyle and Mercer- M C SAUFLEY JUDGE CHARLES E BOOE under bond at Frankfort charged with defrauding the State has a past in his native coun ty in Indiana which is somewhat unsa vary He was arrested at Covington Fountain county Ind in the fall of 1889 charged with embezzling funds of Fountain county while employed in the office of William H Miles the County Treasurer As he was under no bond the shortage in the office something like 15000 fell upon Treasurer Miles t which was afterward compromised with the State Judge Booe was also alleg ed to be about 125 short in his accounts while ho was treasurer of the Coving ton Ind School Board He claims this irregularity was due to a clerical error which he afterward settle Notwithstanding his peculations of of years standing Judge Booe took the lead in church and charitable work and thus played the hypocrite to perfection We are told that there are people in Frankfort who will not yet believe that he is guilty of wrongdoing so wrapped up are they in him TUB Census Bureau has just com pleted a compilation of the statistics of marriage and divorce covering the period of 20 years The total num ber of marriages recorded during the 20 years from 1837 to 1906 inclusive was 12832044 Tho divorces for the tame period were 945625 Ac cording to former reports divorces are increasing three times as fast as the population Two thirds of the divorces are secured by women mostly for desertion Only 39 per cent of these who secure divorce have children There is great lack of uniformity in the di vorce laws of the States In some of them divorces can bo secured for al most any reason while in South Carolina only for acriptual reasons can they be gotten A uniform divorce law with the ground lately limited is the crying demand of the day THERE is a lively tcramble on for the office of collector of internal revenue in CooperofofRichmondAll have good backing but as Mr Ben nett and Judge Taft were ichool matesand have been lifelong friends it ofthoA SCIENTIST says he has made a dis bumforamount to much in these diggim as times is harder to coalI ATLANTAS mayoralty campaign has reached a state of bitter feeling tho conflict between tho Woodward and Maddox factions Having become so in tense that the mayor and police offi dials have been urged to prevent the torchlight parades of both sides which were planned on the ground of the pos sibility of riot POLITICAL T D Graham was nominated for Representative by tho democrats of Washington county Tho tariff exactions amount to 140 000000 a year or 3 for every man woman and child in the country Gov Harris has announced that he will call the Ohio Legislature together in extra session to meet on Jan 4 By orderof President Roosevelt na val officers were directed not to discuss tho Newport conference publicly in the J SmithJHays of Winchester has announced hfs candidacy for circuit judge in the 25th judicial district against Judge JM Benton H T Garten the recognized wet candidate for Representative was nominated Iby the democrats of Marion county Hislmajority was 400 Thet Democratic members of the Houso Representatives will caucus on December 6 to choose n minority leader in place of John Sharp Williams Frank H Hitchcock has been offered and has accepted Jtlio position of Post master General in MrLTafts Cabinet This is the firatlCabinet position filled Some Radical argument for tariff reduction was made by tanners and leather menatla hearing before the Ways and Means Committee in Wash ingtonCharles I Dawson was made chair man of the Bell county democratic com mltteeand Joe C Jones formerly of Stanford but now of Pineville was chosen secretary- It was announced that the entire Republican legislative delegation from Hamilton county Ohio 13 in number would support Charles P Taft for Unit ed States Senator Tom Frank Murphy one of the clev erest republicans anywhere is a candi date for Sheriff of Casey and he has many friends all over this section who would like to see him get therey A hot fight is on for circuit judge in the Bell district Judge M J Moss incumbent and W T Davis are the rival candidates Davis is a brotherin law of Messrs W L and J M Mc Carty of this place- Presidentelect William H Taft has accepted an invitation to preside over and address a joint conference of the National f Conservation Commission with the Governors of the States in Washington December 8 Richard Croker former chief of Tammany Hall dined it isaid with State Senator Patrick H McCarren Democratic leader of Brooklyn and the bit ter enemy of Charles F Murphy the present ruler of Tammany The Taft and Cannon forces are lin ing up for a bitter struggle for control of the lower house Republican mem bers are at a loss to decide whether to cast their influence with the Speaker or the incoming Administration Presidentelect Taft in discussing river improvement said he was in fa vor of issuing bonds and pushing the Ohio Riven work to completion He said he believed that future generations should share the cost of tho improve new democratic county commit tee of Mercer has called a primary election to be held on Jan 9 for the nomination of various county officials and a Representative in the General Assembly Dec 25 was selected as the last day on which candidates may enter the primary Morrison Brcckinridge of Danville has written to friends at Lexington asking their aid in securing his appoint ment to succeed Dr MiUon Board as a democratic member of the Board of Control for Charitable Institutions of the State Mr Breckinridge is a son of Hon Robert J Rreckmridge for mer attorney general of Kentucky un der the Beckham administration a cous in of Desha Breckinridge of Lexing tonand is well and favorably known in this commu pity Here and There The Citizens Bank of Rocky Com fort Mo was robbed of 3000 by burglarsThe wood river overflowed at Guthrie Okla and 3000 persons were driven from their homes John H Magann for shooting J D and John Wood in a fight at Central City was given two years The home of Tom Richardson of Woodland Mills Ala burned and his wife mother and three children were crematedIn county Tillman Garrison struckat a burglar with an ax handle and hit his wife probably fatally wounding her William Montgomery former cashier of the wrecked Allegheny National Bank at Pittsburg was sentenced to servo 15 years in the penitentiary- A Danville dispatch says Robert Brewer a prominent young farmer was shot and instantly killed by his neighbor George Brewer at tempted to Gordon in the road when a dispute arose iJ1 CSUR H MATTERS Rev Shouse of Marksbury Is conducting an interesting mooting at New Salem on Green River Rev C C Brown of Lancaster preached a fine sermon at the Presby terian church Sunday morning Jesse W Sweeney moral BTOB Llvoxy Feed and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Central Kentucky Real statenhange TITLE CO NatrOncree on the Waynetburg pike near Ulfbland d room house barn ontioth or Thltproper lylenear churchandsehool house Is welt I18UNo South of Crab Or toitoryhOUIOed about 100 acre of this land It bottom land and produce One crops A bargain at JISOO 4cash balance Inoneandtwoyea- rNoellaacnonRuckOruek near Way nelburg room house barn nnu other out 1rooNo4I08acre near Level Green Rock cattle county Ky Thlt farm hat a new ttery frame house would cot to build now tfOOO good tarn crib Ac located near church and school This It a nice home and reImalndor100 acrat In cultivation acre Dwelling of room good born end or chard One of the best springs lu the coun ty Irlce t3fM half nod 3 years No 6I1 acres adjoining farms No and 5 IBOncwi In cultivation balance in tim ber Good white oak hickory and tome line cedar Hut ittory log hose and good orchard well watered Oath price pduxo NoT SWhcret near MaretiburR Ky 160 nero In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outhulldlugt line water and iflhool church und U Imitation Trice FBOU H cash balance In ono and two year No 8414 acres nmr Conway Ry nearly nil of this farm 1i bottom land flue for corn and meadow dwelling house new barn and other buildings on county road a IIXXINo P8i acre on Drake1 from Grab Orchard This farm adjoin the pike and It n part of the leo Evans farm Thlt U line Innd and In good condition all necessary buildings This It a bargain at toper acrE No li acres near Stanford Ky In nice shape with necessary ulldlnglotc can be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the above farms tee or write la K Hughes or James White Stanford Ky 11111 AXTRAGOOD IIIIICLOTlIES Stein FOR BOrsIIII VIII HERES the boys over coat for which most parents have indicated a prefer ence Its the newest style a mighty sensi ble coat best protec tion from the cold Youll find the ones we XtrarooDtown representing this make Its standard everywhere If you fail to get it youll probably have occasion to with you had Weve a good assortment of this style in the best patterns for ages 7 to 16 Other styles if you prefer H J McRoberts BUILDING LOTS I I have for sale eight nice building lots In MorelHiiU Ky They are level and situated near the For particular st o Alto Mlnkt Moreland Ky Good Farm For Sale I desire to toll privately my 1rn acre fnrm miles Houthrnit of Uuitonvllln It It all Imlrovcdon easy payment For further particulars write to or call on C T Hobo tuition FARM FOR SALE I agrasslandthe Stanford pike Improvements and fencing Rood plenty of water and fruit Alto 123 acres of timbered land one mile Eatt of McKinney hnlfundor1eiplonty growingMcKlnney Ky The Truth Every person in this city who is suf feting from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis case can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fot external use All durggists tell ZEMQ PENNYS DRUG STORE MASONS MEET Lincoln Ixxlge No aI Ft A M will meet In stated communication on neli first anti third Monday nlghtt of ench tiion uut Tta oclock In their hull on Main atrrti Htnn ford Ky Members of sister are fra IIonnyvJLr1v Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form sf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W tote Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Good Farm For Rent I desire to rent for 1KB my farm of ire acres in the town limits of Crab Orchard 40 or acrei lilt in timothy meadow The land II In uplomlld condition Large brick house of eight roomt and out houeet Rood and numeruut Ilentyotwutor Wrlto or call on James K Holdam Stanford Ky When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whether u low price business suit or the llntit evening clothes will hove that Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were mad to your measure will alto take your mea ure for extra trousers fancy vettt top coatt and overcoats Inn and Winter sam ples otrhand ready for your ln x rtlon UO RUrLKVTtie Tailor Stanford Ky Adorinas Fox It a handsome large young Jersey Dull dlo tcended from a Jon and unbroken ill t of the most noted hulls and cows OB the It land of Jersey Knttlaml and America JIll alff bone of the bulb ever Imported and hll dam is a show oow that has given ae beItlevuLlkebeggts cowyou should avail yourself of hit ter vice lie will bo allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for a fee of each Make engagement before tending cow to be broil llltll A OTTKH KyNbull calves that will be told at right pr- iceCONCRETING We are In position to do nil klmli ot concreting at Work Pavements and In fuel we can make any thing from a house down to n fence pod We can serge you promptly and guarantee lintelan prieMbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky IEXPERIENCE TRADe MARKSI Anyone sending a ikttrh and description my ascertain our opinion aa Invention Is probablr Communlr Uonllirict onlairnU tent free Oldest agency fur securing patent Iatenla taken Coreclrtptetal nol la without chart In tbo Scientific Rio ricane A handsome Illustrated weekly Lanest cir MaodbyalinewdoalerrUNN hunch Offlca G3 Y BU Washington D RheumatismI biatfsml Not a remedy that ien dlatorted limbs of chronic upplaa nor turn bony rrdwtba back to flesh agedn 17ial impossible Out can now surely kU the pUns and pup of this deplorable disease In Oemtan a Chemist In the City cI Darmstadt I found the last ingredient with Which Dr hoops Rheumatic Remedy was made a perfected dependable prescription Without that last Ingredient I suuenlu ly many tnanr eases of Rheumatism l but now at last It unl form 7 cures all curable caea of this heretofore much dreaded disease Those sand like granular watte found In RhewnaUqBloodteem to dlttolra and pass away remedy Creelasdaes r when added to pure water ofreelyItheumatltm ls gone now outlhelpVsolandInca malonger with Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE r- pUNDR11R a In Summer we try how little we can wear in Winter we try HOW WARM we can be to do this we first select the Underwear We have done that for you Royal Silk Plus a medium weight beautiful NEVER FAD INGnever SHRINKING soft garment at 300 Per SuitfS WRIGHTS wool fleeced a very heavy warm garment a- t82OO PER SUIT COOPERS balbriggan a medium weight soft pretty garment all cotton at 2 per suitg5Oc stuff we have in abundance sevIeral different colors and weights I11DRESS SHIRTS i THE FOUNTAINyou knowis the stand ard Most shirts are cut too high just underw J the chin and make the collar uncomfortable THE FOUNTAIN fits soft negligee in 4t whiteland colors white and colors in pleated bosomsfall of course with cuffs attached 1Iand 150 If you WANT A SHIRT look at 1 them and you Will buy r H J McROBERTStSTANFORD KENTUCKY The Emporium i ustonville I1avc now thoir Fall stock complete for your inspection Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts ever Attempted in Hustonville pzettyVeLadies Jlissvs nail Children you will find to bo mono tavern to Shoo tcstocksatisfaction and to the trade Try a pair and bo convinced Every depart meat ia now complete anti ready for your inspection Yours for fair ox clmngq CHAS WHEELER HUSTONVILLE KY Thursday Dec 1OO t will be the day for Xmas shoppersIGreatest and grandest shown in the city All the latest styles and designs in Dinner Ware y BrioaBrac and NoveltiesIt Galore r i j Prices way down You can not af ford to buy till you have seen this lin- eGEORGE I H FARRIS Stanford t Our Heating Stoves are serviceable and are sold at rea sonable prices only Save the difference Qeo De Hopper Stanford Kyj iI tThe Interior Journal STANFORD KY Drc1 190 NEW assortment of local view pool card at Icnnya Drug Store PERSONALS Dn T F CLEAVER of Lebanon w t Ij hero Vernon MR Friday II Friday H MAIIONY went up to Mt II I REV J L YANDLE Is confined to his room by Illness MR CIIAS II BoiiON was with L Wcarcn Hughes MR WILLIAM COSBY of Junction City camo over Sunday Miss ELLEN BALLOU several days in NIcholasvlllo IllItweekI DenIJamMISS ANNIE GRIFFIN of Jclllco is with tho family of Dr E J Brown JOSEPH HOPPER Is rapidly convalesc Ing from a mild spell of typhoid fever MR WAYNE WARDEN of Atlanta Is e hero again to leo a mighty pretty girl MRS J L JARVIS ofStanford wai ifl tho city shopping todayAdvocato REV R T ADDOT of Cullman Ala Is tho guest of Father Leo at Otten helm PROFiW 0 HOPPER of ML SterI ling spent several days with his parents here E H WILSON of Richmond was with tho homcfolks in tho East End for a few days MR H II WARNER tho bowling al loy man is visiting tho home folks Mt t Sterling MRS S H FULKERSON who has been with relatives here returned to Middles bo ro Friday MR THEODORE POWELL and family of Joppa Adair county are visiting ref atives in this county i Miss LILLIE MARTIN of Stanford visited Mrs Ada Dawes and family 4Q Somerset Republican ib MR ALLEN INGLES of Mlllcreburg was tho guest of Mr J M Alvcrson for tho dance Friday night MR MARK HARDIN who Is in Dr McChords hospital at Lebanon WBI doing nicely at last accounts MISSES ANNIE MILLER IEYTON o Durgin and Leo Babbitt of Danville were with Mrs W T Smith Misses ANNIE MCKINNEY Annlo f Dunn and Mary Elizabeth McKinney visited relatives at Hustonvillo- JuixsEjUi G WILLIAMS of Coving ton passed through Sunday from a vis- It to his parents at ML Vernon t SIRS MAMIE CATCHING and Miss Pearl Randall of London have been guests of Mrs John H Jackson Miss LENA NAPIER loft yesterday for Denver Col In search of health Mr r McCluro Napier accompanied her JOHN B NICHOLS and handsome lit tie eon of Danville were passengers on Sundays Loulsvfle bound tram J ROY D ROSE of Etowah Tenn spent several days with his wife who la visiting her parents at Hustonvillo ofwLawrenceburg visited relatives in tho East End They returned homo Sun day MBSSRS ALBERT Egbert and T Griffin of Jclllco and Hugji Cress of J tt Corbin were with Master Russell Brown MISSES BBSSIE Inn of Lexington and Marguerite McCormack of llus tonville were guests of Miss Lucy Leo Walton MBSSRS IIULEN KEMPER of ML Sterling and Mack Grimes of Millers burg were guests of II B Woods for several days MR WALTER JONES has been trans ferredj rom Latta S C to Norton Va He spent several days with his parents hero MR WALTER WARREN and daughter Miss Emma Warren havo returned from an extended visit to relatives in I Virginia and North Carolina MRS R E THOMPSON and daughter Miss Tanna of Crab Orchard uro vis iting Mrs Thompsons mother Mrs 0W M PoynterMt Vernon Signal GRADY TUCKER who was accidentally shot on Thanksgiving is doing nicely t and tho legion of friends of tho fine young man hopo and believe jio will pull through all right rI MANLY HUEY has accepted a position t In a mercantile establishment at Cor- Inth Mrs J E Lynn of Stanford is t the guest of her daughter Mrs J E ClaunchSomerset Journal LOCALS I THE Devil tGET Singletons prices on stoves CHRISTMAS presents in profusion W II Mueller GENUINE Virginia saddles in stock J C McClary MORE goad candy just receiv t ed at Farris V SEE our new line of Rochester ware W H Higgins HAVE you read bout tho South Bend watch 7 W II Mueller handles themI LET MGM Sweeney do your fine sowing She is an expert with tho needle A No 1 putting box for solo cheap FarrisSBUY that Christmas resent Dec 10 at Farris RHODE ISLAND Red Roosters for sale Mrs Sam H Helm Turners vllle SOLID spoor forks etc In larger quanitics than over W H Mueller DONT forget J RHarris solo ot household goods at 10 oclock Wednesday morning Dec 2 GREAT reduction tips and fine feathers M plumes now sell at 3 and so on Misses Straub IIE H MURRAY p the Danvillo jeweler begin an auction sale today Ile Is closing out to quit business FOR SALEPurastrain Tur keys and Plymouth Rock Roosters I Mrs J N Cash Turnersvlllo TilE Devil lean exceedingly catchy clever play See It at Waltons Opera House tO night Tuesday Dec 1 CHEAP Our prices on Xmas goods this year will surprise you You will wonder how wo can sell them so cheap Farris NICE line of rockers center tables now rugs mattings picture frames and mouldings Coll and see them at Trib blo Pences Fort RENT Houso with three rooms five acres for tobacco 10 or 15 acres for corn Will rent to right party Lock Box 161 Stanford Ky TRY a load of Fox Rldgo coal A trial will convince you that it is the best coal on tho market No cinders no clinkers and little ashes J H Daughman Co RANKINT J Rankin prominent citizen of Wayne county and a relative of tho Rankins of this county died suddenly a few days since lie is survived by his wife and several child renON account of ram Mr J Randolph Harris did not havo his salo of household goods Saturday as advertis tomorrowfWednesday morning Dec 2 at 10 o clock Attend Miss CIIARLOraWAnRUN will hive on exhibition and for sale a col lection of water color pictures at tho St Asaph Hotel Tuesday Deck 1 from 9 A M to 4 r M The public is cordially Invited to attend BEGINNING Dee Blue Gross Special will run between Moreland and Cincinnati as formerly This train was stopped at Danvillo Oct 17 but the management has very sensibly decided to run it to Moreland again MiDDLBonoRo ThoI J pilgrim spent several hours very pleasantly and profitably in Middleaboro Saturday and was glad to sea tho erstwhile Magic City forging to tho front again For a while it looked as if the town would dwindle to a mere shadow but a few years ago things began to look up and thatonco boom city now promises tobea better place than oven tho most enthu elastic thought it would over be Her population is estimated at 8000 and the citizens say it will bo 10000 by the time tho next census is taken Build ing is going on in every portion of town but tho number of handsome homes uni der construction is most noticeable A 30000 school building for whlto and a 15000 one for Negro children show that tho work of educating4 tho young is not forgotten Middlcsborus hand some churches are also a credit to tho people who so liberally support them Two wholesale grocery firms do a thriving business while a big brick building for a third is under construction There is also a creditable hardware houso thero which keeps several drummers busy Tho town supports two papers the Record and tho News Messrs Charles Cunningham and Dortch Camp bell both fine young men aro tho ed itors Mr A A Warren formerly of Stanford is with tho former publica tion and is making it a splendid man Mlddlcsboro Is ono of the wot spots in Kentucky and between 20 and 25 sa loons do a flourishing business All of them aro shippers a great deal of their boozo going to Tennessee Somo of the best citizens of this thriving little city on tho famous Yellow Creek were furnished by Stanford Among them aro Messrs S W Givens and family Matt Woodson and family Frank Leo and wife G A Peyton and family Ed Peyton and wife A A Warren and family Ernest Warren and wife Dr W N Craig and family Prof M 0 Winfrey Mrs Sam Fulkerson and oth ors They form a happy little colony and no people stand higher Tho iron plant will start up today giving em ployment to hundreds of men The tannery where 250 hides are tanned daily is ono of tho big things of Mid dlesboro One of the most prominent citizens of Middlesboro is Mr R cj Ford wellknown here Ho is cashier of tho National Bank a director in several corporations and is identified with nearly every big business interest In tho busy Doll county metropolis Mr Ford married Miss Emma Garrard who attended college here WATCH for Farris display of Xmlll goods Dec 10 DEC 10 Dont fall to visit my store George H Farris SEE tho Devil ae Waltons Opera Houso this Tuesday evening ALL trimmed hatsgoat a sacrifice this week Miss Ella May Saunders milliner I WILL begin to day a reduced sale on hats 250 hats now go at 175 and so on Misses Straub WATCH wait and look the Devil He will bo at Waltons Opera house next Tuesday night Dec 1 LET me tell you of the 25 or more points of superiority of tho sewing ma chino I handle W H Mueller SEE tho splendid Webber wagon on sale at Coffey Bishops store Moro land Best farm and road wagon mode THE L N will sell round rlp tick ets to Louisville at 410 on account or Military Carnival Npv 30 to Dec inclusive good till 7th I AM doing my stamping at my homo on Danvillo Avenue The ladles are in vited to call on mo there Miss Mar garot Bright Stanford Tim Stanford Danco Club will meet Tuesday night Dec 1st at 7 oclock at Wilkinsons barber shop All members requestedto bo present JUDGE JOHN BR who lived for many years on the Hanging Fork In this county is dead at El Paso Texas to which place ho moved some time ago NOTICE FENCE BUILDERS I have for sale on Shelby City short pike about 3000 locust posts and stakes Will sell cheap at once W M Baucom Junc tion City Ky FOR using a twocent stamp that had been used before a man at Brown City Mich was fined 200 afer lying in jail several months unable to procure bail- Let this bo a warning TilE fiscal court has rented from tho Odd Fellows their lodgo room and four suites of rooms to be used during the building of tho new courthouse The price agreed upon Is V00 EVERY transaction in my store must go through my cash register which throws out a check for every trans action Customers will please take their checks and note the amount In that way no mistake in account can oc cur II J McRoberts IN the Garrard primary Saturday G T Bollard was nominated for sheriff over David Ross J W Hamilton de feated J A Doty for county clerk W B Mason won over Eph Brown for circuit clerk and Jack Adams beat Dave Saunders for jailer Tho primary was hot one KILLED Magistrate G K Vuught of Junction City was struck by the fast passenger train No2 in tho Dan villo yards and instantly killed He was about 50 years of age and had been active as a Republican political worker in Boylo county He was serving his second term as magistrate in the Junction City district WALTONS Opera louse was the sceno of beauty and chivalry on last Friday evening Tho occasion was tho danco given by tho Stanford Social Club and right well did its members sustain their reputation for entertain ing lavishly Saxton Trost with eight pieces made music of melting sweetness and joy was unconfined A handsomer bovy of young ladles and gentlemen was never assembled and tho costumes of tho gentler sex were of exquisite beauty and taste At 930 tho grand march led by Mr J M Al verson and Miss Elizabeth Allen was begun and tho scene was an Inspiring ono indeed A dainty luncheon was served by Mrs W S Jones at 12 o clock and all went as merry as a mar rings bell until tho early hours of morn ing when tho strains of Home Sweet Home reminded those who had tripped tho light fantastic that ono of tho most enjoyable dances of tho season had como to an end Thoso present were Hulcn Kemper and Miss Sallio Taylor Woods J M Alverson and Miss Eliza both Allen C E Bohon and Miss Ara bella Dogie R B Woods and Miss Margaret Bogie George B Harris and Miss Joan Mount Mack Grimes and Miss Margaret Mount R T Bruce and Miss Sue Taylor Engleman H C Car penter and Miss Frances Cooper L J Parrlgln and Miss Josephine Sandidge John Lewis Thomas and Miss Nannio Woods Engleman Joo Will Rout and Miss M Kay Salic Will McCarty and Miss Berta Jean Penny Will Denny and Mrs Susan Yeager Sam Denny and Miss Josephine Harkins James Jones and Miss Dora Pence Wayno Warden and Miss Sarah Dunn Eugene Miller and Miss Lucile Collins Bryan Carpenter and Miss Laura Carpenter 0 S Williams and Miss Edna Camnitz Allen Ingles and Miss Roberta OBan non Robert Rout and Miss Mary Mob ley Robert Ford and Misses Annie Herndon and Polly Traylor Harry Frye and Miss Julia Stagg Wm Stagg and Miss Mray Do Kennedy and a large number of stags BRICK residence on Lancaster for rent Possession Dec 1 streetI Nunnelley FOR Xmas presents of beauty and which will bo a Joy forever see W H Mueller tho jeweler sealsare going for the OperalouseTilE carries 60 pieces of baggage and scenery calling for pay ment of 3000 pounds excess baggage Tho scenic effects are said to be fine DONT forget the Presbyterian ladies bazaar Wednesday Dec 16 In the Owaley building Cokes candies plain and fancy aprons colonial rugs and many other nice things for Christmas will be on sale THE INTERIOR JOURNAL says that the Rev Andy Johnson received 442 votes as the candidate for tho prohibition ticket for Congress in the Eighth dis tract This Is just 440 more than wo thought he would get Frankfort Jour nal GRINSTKAD Prof W C Grinstead ono of tho bestknown educators in Central Kentucky and for 20 years principal of the Danvillo graded school died suddenly at his home in Danville Sunday Ho was a brother of Mayor Grinstead of Louisville and was prominently related throughout tho State For many years he had been a lecturer on educational topics in Ken tucky and other States Prof Grin stead was the father of Mrs J W Ireland of this place and much sym pathy is felt for her in her great loss Ray charge with burning Mrs Belle Gunness in her home at La porte Ind was given 12 years in the penitentiary NOTICE J The creditors of Mr Nancy J Horton are requested to Immediately mall their clnliui legally verified to the Kfcecutor HBV II O il0RTON Kt Tuomai Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro rIM nlld n good lIuel ltMlonIIIOKO D HOPIKIt Stanford Ky NOTICE+ Icomptonl toherwill beplneed In the hands of an ortleer for collection KIIWAIID AIXJOKN Assignee PUBLIC SALE I I will tell atpublic auction on my farm IlntlIftwlenj lke onTHUHMUAY DEC17rlI1115 beginning at oclock AM the following fonlbdriver gentle pony Jersey cow fullblood 14shoalswngon wheat drill with fertilizer attach mowInKplow cIder mtl and some houhod furniture hayhocTermi mnde known on day of sale buts O BOKO K W LOGAN Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Lightning Tor nado Life and- Accident FARM BUSINESS A SPECIALTY STANFORD KENTUCKY Scene in theJSecoud Act of the Devil which play will appear at Wal tons Opera House Dec 1 This Is Foy You ZhD 4ij i If you have been wanting for any reasonland have not tonight your Winter Suit Cloak or Skirt you can now save One Fifth of the real cost of these goods YOU CAN TAKE ONEFIFTH OFF THE PRICE Our stock o- fSuits CloaKs 8l SKirts is very complete Come and make your se lection now at this great saving Splendid values i- nChildrens Cloaks at 150 to 250 worth i to 2 More Never such desirable goods at such Low Prices so early in the seasontMany other Bargains in all Departments iTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT SEVERANCE SON SoutH East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY I Womens House Comforts Pretty Practical and Comfortable Gifts that women will ap predate Felt Nullifiers extra good quality beaver felt black fur trimmings color Black Red Brown and Greynew goods for kimonas with Persian borders in all color Novelties shown byus in Neckwear are extreme and I exclusive being different to styles offered in other stores A nice line of extra heavy bleached table daraash 72 inches wide comas iii polka dot or fleurdelis patterns 8125 values we are offering at 75c and S1 per yard With these thoughts in mind como and seer r expecting the biggest values ever received You will not t be disappointed I I TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Shoes Shoes 1 Have you bought Winter Shoes for your family If not let us reason with you Weihave been selling Shoes for more than 30 years We have made a special study of them We have seen many different lines and we feel satisfied we are offering the public the best values on the market Remem ber we carry a complete line of Mens LaM dies and Childrens Shoes W a Perkins Crab Orcffard The Interior Journal I Altered in the PottOffice ol Stanford cu ueosddau matter WVBLraxaT TUBBDAYS AMD rJUDAT 5100 PER AT YEAR CASH I When not so paid 1100 wilt be chrged fL N TIMETKBL Noil Mouth 1111 PM No s Mouth I223 PM No SI North 431 A No North Il r M JOS S RICE Agont i B D CARTER tr Now Llvorv Depot Stroot Phono 9i r 5TANFORDKENTUCKL y 10 REWARD 1 For the arrest and conviction of any penon nlgbt or doln8lojnryipatocklatrayoling tho put llo or from tbe lands of other reward refer to past present andfuture I also otter a lPOC al for particular ice me I oho offer two special of loO and llCOeachJ Q Carpenter A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Ovraley Building I will give a hand 1some Picture with each bill amounting to 5 or more G B Pruitt Moreland r j Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Ihone 84 Olllce 80 6 Insure with me and be fully protected Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 Idesiretosell privately splendid flue irass Farm of Zed acros situated In the Wet End of Lincoln county one mile North of McKInney Farm ileA on splendid pike as well as on the Q C Railroad Is from Hustonvllle end 8 tulles front the county eat Farm ta well improved and has all necessary building fenced and nn obundnnro of water Convenient to school and churches end especially convenient for traders nod shippers Ono pt the test stock terms In Lincoln county All of the lend II product- Ive and a machine can be run over every foot of It About lOOacrtl InoulUvnUonnnd the crop shows for Itself III acre are being for wheel thus Fall For umber particulars nddres or call on II OWENS McKinney Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Righ STANFORD KENTUCKY t J C McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Deal jJln Kariose Saddlery STANFORD KY Place Phone let Home Phot e 3 FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE40 good yearling cattle J B Foster3tFort SALESO bushels of blue grass seed R C Arnold Stanford ISeveral fresh Jersey cows for sale ones J U Camenlsch Stanford Tho Lawrcnceburg Fair Association bought 75 acres of land near Lawrence burg for a fair site at a cost of 1600 R A Dodd bought 5000 bushels of IIJournalH Carter farm of 203 acres for 20000 and will put in a big eroi of tobacco next year A threo year old red and white steer came to my place last summer Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep Josh Jones Stanford J E Bruce furnished Richard Gentry of Boyle his meat hogs again tbls year They were of the Listed variety 20 in number and Mr Bruco got G- cTwo big feed barns on the farm of June W Gayle in Owen county were burned The loss on contents is 3600 no insurance Fifty mules and 100 young cattle were saved H M Cloyd sold A B Bonta a bunch of 350 pound hogs at 6 cents T T Leonard has sold his fine 3yearold jack Henry Clay to Wm Robinson for 5500 Harrodsburg Herald The Washington County Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co held its first tales Saturday with surprising success More than 35000 pounds of tobacco were sold at an average of 18 cents per pound Decreased receipts in the Northwest aused moderate strength in the Chi ago wheat market but the volume oC trade was small owing to a scarcity of tiering Commission houses were tbe rincipal bidders Tho board of control of the Green liver Tobacco Growers Association bas closed a deal with eight representatives of tobacco companies for the sale of 20000000 pounds of the 1906 crop of tobacco at an average price of seven cents per pound The association comprises five counties and the amount they will receive will be about 14C 000 The growers in the pool will meet In Owensboro December 5 to ratify the sale How Is your Digestion Mrs Mary Dowllng of No 223 8th Ave San FranoUco recommends II remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for tho wonderful effect of Electric Bitters in a case of acute led estlon prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for tomaqh and Ilvertroublos Electrlo Bitters Is the best remedy on the market today This great tonic and alterative med olno invigorates the system purifies the blood and Is especially helpful In- all forms of female weakness 60c at ennys Drug Store From 125 to miners en robed by an explosion in a coal mine at Marianna Pa andit is believed that- all of them are dead The exact cause oC the accident is not known The force of the explosion blew some of the woodwork at the mouth of the shaft a distance of 2000 feet No bodies had been recovered up to a late hour last nlgbt If you suffer from constipation and liver trouble Foleys Orlno Laxatlv will euro you permanently by stimulating the digestlvo organs so tbey- will net naturally Foleys Orln Laxative docs not gripe is plcasar to take and you do not have to tako laxatives continually utter takln Orlno New Stanford Drug Co A Springfield man whose wife was- away on a visit became tired of batch- Ing and hit upon a plan to induco her to return He sent her copies of tbe- local papers with some item clipped out The scheme worked admirably In less than a week she was home to- find out what it was that had been go- Ing on that her husband didnt want her to know abou- tWatched v Fifteen years For fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklens Arnica Salvo- and it has never failedtocuro any sore- bolt ulcer of burn to which It was np- plied It has saved us many a doctor- bl1l says A F Hardy of East WII- ton Maine 25c at Pennys Drug- Store Mrs Algernon Daingerfield wife of the secretary of the Jockey Club of- New York who is visiting her father Col H T Duncan in Lexington was- badly burned by scalding water being thrown over her body by a gas explosion ardinal Gibbons in commenting upon the statistics of divorce recently sued said that unless something was- done to check the evil the United States- would cease to be a Christian country Five trainmen were killed in a freight wreck in a fog on tho Seaboard Air- Line near Silver Springs Ala pp Joe Bernski and John Bardole fired into a can of dynamite near Steuben vllle 0 and were killed NOTICE robeselthI will droll Idles for lIalr nnd wilt tan hide for leather on IhalWill also mnrkot price toe hides Ohare lei IIIII1Ottenbolm Ky Writs 1U F D Waynesburg No Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Malcolm Home on 1otltlon Notl of Puriunnt ton Judgment In the above it notion In the Lincoln Circuit Court tho undersigned Uomr will on MONDAY DEO It 1KH botweonlnndf p In front of the court house door In Kysell at Ilubllo outcry to the highest and boat bidder tho- following described real estate which Is In Lincoln and on LogonIOreok leln bounded thusr eginning at alga- lthecenterofthe Htnntord River ond Oarranl County turnpike it feet Mouth of imnll tbonco up tho branch H 63 t ix poles 10 links to n stoke In the branch thenee H n t to stone corner to Welch thence H1ASl4l R IK8VJ poles to n itone inlelohtsllneth m link to the centi ot 2114pikehnroH W 47 polls IS links to tho begin- containing lot ten acres The vile will be made on n credit of Ix months end for the purchase price tbo purchaser will bo required to give bonI with I curlt payable to tho Joinr and benrlug Interest nt tho rnte of per annum from date of intilpald CEO B SAUFLEY M C L C c Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Wm Hock admr IlnlntlfT v Claude Dlbb Kto Defendants Notlco of Kale Pursuant to n Judgment of the 1lncoln circuit court In the action the underalgnl Oommlloner will on MONZAY DOlt lG- rletweenlend2rxin front of tho court- houe door In toll nt put lIo outer to the highest and test bidder the llowlng described estate which li In Incoln county Ky on tho waters of UanK In Hard g Mork lard In bounded on the North by the Lanford t Uuitomrlllo turnpike on the Eftll by the land of the leo Melts 1I0cker IInd on the Mouth by the land of lo- gar and on tho West by land of W OooOh This lithe same tract of land conveyed to- Jllmes HIbb deed from Daniel Iolnn wblcll deed Is recorded In the otllce of tbe clrk of the Lincoln county court In leed Dook No W page 4M to reference made for an exact description of tho land to booldThe sale will be made on n credit of Ilx ontbs and for the purchase prIce the pur chftler will be required to the wlUb security to tho Ioinin Iloner proved and bearing interest at the rate of per annum from Unto securedstdcent bond will be further by man the land sold GEO SAUKLEY M C 1 C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Clrqult Court 3ollle Hortor Mta Plaintiff vs Snncy Notion- IMrsuant o J llortqn Ktc Dofendanu tlniOl to n Judgment of the 1Inroln In the above action nderslgnadcommlasloner will on MONDAY t0I betWOII 1 and S v In front of the public rourt owwingdherlbdtealesstatetaliloh fat Ix In ncoln hounded county Oil the North by the land or IUVOlr II Cummins on the Host by the land A Houth the Innd of wllIrlmeontbWOIth1thelandolI- f P ilrlmes containing about no acres tbe romljond having been conveyed to John O parcels The tlrat wascouveytdtosaid Horton J II thetmct In ollleancls as appear the Lincoln county court III of the clerk of tHook No Mi the second tract was co- nve1 to said Morton by Hlcbard Ilobtnn of record In the otllce ofore said In UetHllloolcNoSI on a credit of Ilx monthl fhe anddfo the purchase price the wltb pur will be to to the Commprovideeurlty payable nt the rate of Iper Iioner annum from date of vale until centfWr to be further secured b1- lien on the land sold GEO B SAUFLEY M C 1 C C ommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court- Les1e G etc vs Cln enoo Withers eto defendants NotlcoofMa ursunnt ton Judgment of tho Llncolo OIreult Court In the move styled action the designed Comr will on MONDAY DKOKMBKU M 1W8 botween and 9 p Hln front of the courthouse door In Htanford Ky sell at lIUbll- coutcry to the highest end bent bidder the tollowlng decrlbd real estate which Is In flncoln County Ky on the waters of IlIx Hher and bounded as follows On the North by the Inmliof It LTubb on the Knit l v the lands of said Rubble t the Mouth by Dlx Illver and on the West h thOl lands of Mrs Mulllf Idiwion nnd con- tftlnollOut acres being tbe stone IUlid to which the parties to the above styled ao- Uon derived title by Inheritance from th lr- tother L Withers to whom It wits con- oyed by MrsJullu llugheetc by deed rllcordln the ouice of the clerk of the Un- coIn County Court In deed book No pug mil to reference Is made for on exact Hilary of the Innd to be sold 1110 solo will be made on a credit of IIx- mOIlUI8 and the urehaer will be squire to live bond for the purchase price with ni Ilroed vicurity ps to Comr and rho rate of six por semi JlllldTheherln cannot be lien on the land sold until the guardian hond required by section cut of tho civil cod II tven CEO D SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court nthorlntUeazlepgInllnlntlffyeJosine irsuaht to u Judgment clroult court In the above notion tli undcnlgnoo Commissioner will on MONDAY DKO N weenltsndrxin front of the court houso door In HtanforU Ky soil nt publl outcry to the highest and lICit bidder Ihl- remnlnfjr Interest of the defendant Josu- phloe Ul after the expiration of the IIfo of Kntberlnelleazleyln the fol 10lng described property Whll II loollltll- In tbe town of 1nnd lOundtd- al folloWIl ginning at n post on the West aideof tory corner to Top divans heirs- thenco Wet side of mold greet Ly W II- Ipolel 10 links to n post on Vast side of KHO tor street and North side of VanAndal mile thence with North side of autos N ofIdthonce with Yard pole i a links to post corner to Warren tllence S W K poles links to post cornet to alkorHutton thenco N poles Iii IInkl to tha beginning containing 2ucrei roods and 18 Tbo sale will be made on a credit of Ilx- monthsnnd for the purchase price the pur- cbnler will l e required to give bond with approved socurtty to the uOl11r- ood Interest nt the rate of six ter- boondtohovalorcuandcellt effect pnld Bald of Judgment and further scoured by lion GEO B SAUFLEY If C 1 00 Eczema is Curable Zit M 0 a scientific preparatIon rOI external use Stops Itching and destroys the that cause Ikln diseases Eczema euieklyeyields and II permanently cured oy this remar U stf Write for 11m pie EWRosoMedCoStLoul Penny Drug Store Good Home For Sale I I will sell at publlo outcry nt olock Bniurdny morning DKOKMI1KU 19 10W On the premlsoi In the town of l111dloburlt the Isaac Good dwulllnt ftlll necessary outbuildings Over en ar of land In the lot Close to graded school nl1d churches and In n splendid little tOWII Terms made known on of sale Olltll lion M once JPUU1I11LI Turnersvllle K AdmV Isaac Cow- anPUBLIC SALE I ON TpfK DAY DKO 8 IWi will offer nt saloon my prom IK mite from Htittouvllto Ky on IIrnd fonUvtlln turnpike nil of my boutohoU nnd kitchen furniture farmliiR Implomen of nit kinds I twohono wagon Iogglg I surrey cart loo barrel extra corn tcows wagon harness bug gy yearlingsteef quantity of lIre serves canned good brand new ral1l1 cooking stove etc three fatally maNtwo riarllnx coils ax bales of hey tutu l lome looso hayJOOAHT1NBA lIultonvlI1 trCol JI Chandler Au- ctCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court O I Illchard PlIantlfT Tl John Rachs Ktfendant Notice of Melt To satisfy a judgment rendered In fllvor 01 plalniin in the nboro styled notion pend lOll In the llneoln Circuit Joun lOr the of with percent Interest there nfrouApr11P2Inqtogrtherwlththeect 510NDAY HKO U IVH otwcen and 1 v In front of the courthouse door In Htanford Kysell at IUbll utcryto the highest and l est blddrr th xl rftltote which Is In Incoln County Ky and bounded as fol wsiItoRlnnlniiatastake In the Croon tunrcounty road John llfods corner In John outm line and lioKinnlnK corner in lul 110m heirs deed to Id u Whlsun t ttunr by 1ld deld with John heels lint H6SV IB tlpolea to n leech stump cloo on North bank of ranch thence down said branch H 38 K Spoltl to a beech and fallen sugar tree 01010 on the West side of the branth thence W K poles to n stake with InickeyepolnU tbence H IS W 514 poles to n buckryn nna wIlli walnut bolt down In Uoetf field K 74 K IT n poles to a hickory and maple W Oah and John lltwds corner thence with lalh lines H 71 K M poles to n chestnut aud urge fallen chestnut oak N IB K poles to walnut and nib N 71 W tt pol I to a llIk- In branch with buckeye iwlntvrs N f101l1li to a beech thence leaving Caili Nri J ups branch with John Young lines Hi ole to a white walnut stump N 4 tohtoasugar tree end lioevli tbete rof W IlL soiss to It slake to real at mou anethrneewithroadHaeVlBpoless- takeII N 8t4 W IS M poles to the beg contnlnliiRU aerrs The sale will he wade on n credo of alx loath aril for the pun bae Pride tb irehaier will be requltwltoRlvvlmndw allllfOvMlINltrll1 imyable 10 tlnlomricaring Inteivst the rate or all ter r nt- por annum tram date of sale until paid CEO U SAUFLEY M C U C C POSTED We whose names appear below strlc forbid hunting llshlng or kind of tat suing on our places and will prosecute olaton to the full extent of tbo law Mil Walter Warren Mr Mattln WlUt IW Carter lien P Martin M K Lawrence Toile Hpoonami J 8 Hooker J M Iettu T A Klce llnllou J L llotucliiw 0Vihasty alrl JK lulllnrn IL U Pulllam MesjerA Paxton Mrs U L Wllllar lames N Cash J Nevtn Carter M II Mrs Jas Ilaln- eiUrJuiarpontllCanienlieli Thomas Kerrlll JOOrlffln David llurton A I Tlionipson MO Klalmnlton JM Ware Mis Mettle Hewes Ilelchenbach Broi Fred Ilaumann- MlburnGoooh T Traylor N II Hummer Will Hester U O Nunnellry- J W llaughman JW Peck J K llruce David Htevens John nnumllCb Wit Cordler lion Tra1lor M U Kltnore lotllhOllek Krwd llandorf- IJ JThompton M Anderson J F Moser Mr and Mrs Jas II Kadl HortonJJW H Daujjherty frank lonller tor rl o DrOfl Ptrry U W ORln8l1Ii II llftuuliuiat Jrlah D Hoot Irs Margaret ilooeh Jacob dander Jeo 0 Jlveiis W llTrnylor- Johnlam Kobert Juler uimnd Holiaefer 51 J Hofmanr K Matbeny L HOaracrtin Jll liwslry lit J I FI IY iTHarrU II O Watkins i U11 and ley It II Crow In Nannie II Oood r K Mitlure indenon Onrr HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journc AND he Interior Journa BOTH ONE YEAR FOR NLY I5O Few people In tbe United Butt hUll Dot- heard of the CourlerJonrnal Democratic 10 ail things fair In all things cleanln all- thlogl It U essentially a family paper fly It lpeClal arrangement we are enabled to fenhe WEEKLY OOUBIEEODBNAL one rand this paper for the price named- aboTe Send your subscription for the com Inatlon to tonot tc the OonrlerJourna as as t ns to a of r II J 882 4SO 000 in on OFFICERS J S Hocker T Harris John Cashier H C hut Cashr- wwSaundersBookkeeper YOUROVERCOAT J i Never before has our linocof Mona anti Boys Over coats been near complete they are now In Crave netts we can give you Stripes p Plaids fold Blacks fromd10 to 1650- Wo ih also carry n good lido of nilwool coats from 500 to 1500 Give a call Alwusrpleased show my line Also t n complete line of Ia Goods Boots and Shoes e ROBINSONIi Tooth Brushes If you want Tooth Brush that will give perfect satisfaction try one our 25c Guaranteed Brushes We have all sizes and shapes PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky l 4 Lap Robes h t Foot Warmers Horse Blankets Lard Presses Meat Cutters Hog t Box Bottoms Etc OQOQOOQQ e 1Mwe H HIGG1NSI lJIllirL Ipirst 91ational tank Stanford JyrOrganized Capllalrrt Surplus and Itnctividtct Profit S9OOO Jfas paid Dividends sinco Oryanftatton 21 500 fnvito 7fftv Jfccounts Our 91flrllr President- S VicePresident McRoberts Daughman Dry DIRECTORS F Reldi J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus S II Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker 0 E Tale If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me j W B McRoberts DRUCOIS1 STANFORD The Interior Journal Altered in the Post OJfice at Stan ford 01 teeendeiou tnaUe- rltr8IS9a1D rOBBDATa AND 7RIDA AT 1X100 peR yeAR CASH When not so paid 1100 will be charged L N TINE TABL- No 11 Houth 1111 PM No Houth12zy P x No 54 North 485 A X No l2 North 218 r JOS S RICE Agont B D CARTER t tNewLlvervStroot t Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For tho arrest and conviction of any person my farm day or night or dolnglnjurytotocktotrovelhtgthepuUohlghwe lands of other JI to past present end future I also over n spec ial reward of so tor particulars see me I nlso offer two special reward of P and licoeachJ O Carpenter A S PRICE Dentist iTANFORD KENTUCKO- flice over Drug Store in the Owsley Building I will give a hand witIh each bill amounting o 5 or more G B Pruitt Moreland Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 30 Olllce 95 tInsurewith me end be fully protected Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 r UluGrassWest End of Lincoln county one mile North of McKlnney Farm lies on splendid pike as well as on the Qt0 Railroad Is 8J miles from Hustonvllle and 8 miles tram the county seat Kami Is wet a improved and has BII necessary buildings Hplendldly fenced and an abundance of water Convenient to schools and churches sad especially convenient for traders and shippers Ono of the best stock forms In Lincoln county All of the land Is product ire and a machine can be run over every foot of It About lOUncreslncultlvntlonnnd the crop shows for Itself acres are being prepared for wheat this Fall For further particulars address or call on M OWENH McKinney Ky J L Beazley Co UndertaKers and Embalm err Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Karnese Saddlery STANFORD KY Ofice Phone Home Fbot o S5 FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SAtE40 good yearling cattle JB Foster 3t FOR SALE5O bushels of bluegrass seed R C Arnold Stanford nSeveral fresh Jersey cows for sale ones J li Camenisch Stanford The Lnwrenceburg Fair Association bought 75 acres of land near Lawton burr for a fair site at a cost of 7500 buahclaEThomas Butler at 105 0 JournalClarence LeBus bought the Capt J H Carter farm of 203 acres in Fayottc ofltobaccoyeat came to my place last summer Ow er can get her by paying for this noti and her keep Josh Jones Stanford- J E Bruce furnished Richard Ge try of Boyle his meat hogs again th year They were of the Listed variety 20 in number and Mr Bruco got O- CTwo big feed barns on the farm of June W Gaylo in Owen county were burned The loss on contents is 3500 no insurance Fifty mules and 100 young cattle were saved H M Cloyd sold A B Dada a bunch of 350 pound hogs at 6 cents T T Leonard has sold his fine 3 year ol I jack Henry Clay to Wm Robinson for 500 Harrodsburg Herald The Washington County Loose Leaf Tobacco WarehouseCo held its first sales Saturday with surprising success tobaccYe f were at an average per pound Decreased receipts in tho Northwest caused moderate strength in the Chi cago wheat market but the volume 0 trade was small owing to a scarcity o offerings Commission houses were principal bidders rRiverhas closed a deal with eight representatives of tobacco companies for the sale of 20000000 pounds of the 1906 crop of tobacco at an average price of cove cents per pound The association com prises five counties and the amount they will receive will be about 1400 000 The growers in the pool will meet in Owensboro December 5 to ratify the sale J How is your Digestion Mrs Mary Dowling of No 2U8 8tb Avei San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble Shesays Gratitude for the wonderful effect o Electric Bitters in a case of acute kill gestlon prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for stomaqh and Jlver troubIos ElectricBitters is the best remedy on the market today This great tonic and alterative medl cine invigorates the system purifies the blood and is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness 60c a o Pennys Drug Store r From 125 to 300 miners were en tombed by an explosion in a coal mine at Marianna Pa andit believed that all of them are dead The exact cause of the accident is not known The force of the explosion blew some of the woodwork at the mouth of the shaft a distance of 2000 feet No bodies had been recovered up to a late hour last night If you suffer from constipation and liver trouble Foleys Orlno Laxative will cure you permanently by stimub latlng the digestive organs so they will act naturally Foleys Orlno Laxative does not gripe is pleasant to take and you do not have to take laxatives continually utter taking on Orino New Stanford Drug ColaA Springfield whose wife was ti to away on a visit became tired of batching and hit upon a plan to induce her to return He sent her copies of the local papers with some items clipped JInjingher to know about Watched Fifteen years li For fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklens Arnica Salvo and it has never failed tocurc any sore boil ulcer of burn to which it was ap plied It has saved us many a doctor bill says A F Hardy of East WUe ton Maine 25c at Pennys ciStore4pMrs Algernon Daingerfield wife ofb the secretary of the Jockey Club New York who is visiting her father Col H T Duncan in Lexington was burned by scalding water being inthrown sianICardinal Gibbons in commenting up on the statistics of divorce recently sued said that unless something was W done to check the evil tho United States would cease to be a Christian country III Five trainmen were killed in a freight s wreck in a fog on the Seaboard Air Line near Silver Springs AlacbOJ and Joe Bernaki and John Bardolo fired into a can of dynamite near Steuben rille 0 and were killed r c = NOTICE I vrlll dress hides for robo with haIr on and will tan hides for leather on shares Will also pay market price lor hides oho lei huaalln Ottenhalnt Ky Write It F u Waynosburg N- oCommissioners Sale I eLincolncircuit Court NoticeOfo t ton Judgment In thoredactionaIn Courtyt the Lincoln circuit l undersigned Uomr will on MONDAY DEC II JKH between and S P X In front of the trout home door In HtnnforJ K soil at pub outcry to the highest and bust bidder the following described renl estate which U in Lincoln County Ky and on fognlOreokb- eing bounded tnllil lIlnnlng tot astako the center of the Htnnford Dlz lllvvr nl 334nJ cornetCo to M K8S imlei to n stone In Welchs llm N3IW U poles SI link to the center thence acme N G 1j N 1K 1101ts 31Iko N YVSpoles totuntofplkel euco W 17 IS links to tho beginning contahlfnglotent acres The sale will be lundo on a credit of sl month and fur the purchase prlco purchaser will bo required to give bon with approvid imyable to OOI11r aJ1lllxmrlng IlIttrlt lit the rate of cont per annum from date of sale until paid GEO D SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Win Beck lulmr 1latntlff vs Claude Bibb Eta Defendants Notice of Hale Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court In the above styled nation the undersigned CommUiloncr on MONDAY DKOll Km betwaenlnnd2rxln front of tho court home door In Htnnford Ky cull nt publloI outcry to the highest and bed tbe Lincoln cosnttyKyonthewaienofHang non InR York Held land Is bounded on the North by the Htanford i lluitonrllle turnpikes on the Knit by the land of the Leo heirs Hooker tho Mouth by the land of Uo Uf3torganfwhich dyad Is recorded In the olllcc of the clerk of the Lincoln county court In Dwed Book No 20 page 4M to x reference Is for au exact Uoicrlptlon ot the land to o soldpmonth and for the purchase price the put chaser will be to give bond with approved payable to the tommls donor and bearing at the rate of a from date of sale until bynl GEO U SAUFLEY M C 1 C C Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Oourt Callle Horton Hlo rialntirfn vs Nancy n Hortqn Kte Defendants Nolle of Hole Pursuant ton Judgment of the Uncolh circuit court In the above action the undersigned Canuula loner will on MONDAY KOIIIOOI ntopnbllf c e t following desorlbod renl estate U In Lincoln county Ky on the waters of Dlx lUver bounded on the North by the land of W H Onmuilnsjon the Hot by the land of A d of W1irlmeronthetyesthytheland or W P Urlmes John Nullnr rond and containing about no acres tbo snld having been conveyed to John O Morton In two adjoining paroels The UrtItrnct was conveyed to sld Horton by J Krnncls ns appears of record In the ofllpe of the clerk of the Lincoln county Deed nook No IS the second tract was con asnppearsof to odd Horton by Richard Robinson record In the olllce oforetotd 1n lJtoed No SL The sole will bo made on n credit of six months and for the purchase price the pur chaser wllllwmuiiotthe bionunll npprov Intereit at the rate of j secutednUlpGEO B SAUFLEY M C1 C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Leslie O Withers etc plaintiffs vs Olnr enco Withers etc defendants NotlcnofHale Pursuant to a Judgment of tho Lincoln Circuit Quart In the state styled net lout he undersigned Comr will on- MONDAYDBOEMUKHil ltU- 9etween read S r In front of the court ouse door In Stanford Ky sill nt public outery to the highest bunt bidder the following clescrlUd real estate which la In Llncolnountyou the water of lllx Itlver and bounded ns follows On the North by the Inndsof II LTlubble the Kust lauds of snld Ilubblu on the Mouth b blth Itlver and on the West by lands ofMrs Miillle Lawson and con in iilKjut ncrei being the same land which tho potties to the slave styled on derived title by Inheritance from their father L H Wltherajto whom It was con eyfd by etc byderd or record III the otllce of the clerk of the Lilt coin County Court In deed book No pogo to which reference Is mode for an exact boundary of the land to be told TIiu will be made on n credit of six and the purchaser will be required bond for thepurchhse price with np andloaringannum from date shares of the four Infant defendants herein cannot be pnld but will remain ns n lion on the land sold until thit guardians bond required by section of the civil code given GEO B SAUFLEY 11 C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Kntherlne Beazley gdn Plaintiff vs Joj Benzluy Defendant Nonce of Halo Pumuant to u JudRinont of the Lincoln rcuit court In the nborv styled notion the- ndersigned Oonnnlsslonor will on MONDAY IR0 H 1MB lundlrx11t front of the court publlooutcryremainder Interest qf the defetidnnt Jose theIlfeeetateofKntherlneltenxSr lowing deicrltied property wblclIl located the town of Htanford Ky and Hounded ofMactorythenco West side of said street H 634 W in III links to n pot on Wet side of FacTory street and North sldu ofVanArsdnle Avenues thence with North side of value Nal1Vritpoles links to toke In line of rrJlrlllht at ond otVanArlldule Avenue thence wllh add Drlght line N ll IS letelinks to corner to Warren totaetcornertolinks to tho oods and to pole of landtThe solo will be made on n credit of six In months and for the purchase price the purtaser will be required to give land security payable to the ontr a bearing Interest ut the rate of six percent per annum from date of sale until paid YfmentGEO B SAUFLEY M C 1 C O Is Curable IIEczema c preparation for itching Instantly and destroys germs that cause skit diseases Eczema oulckl and U permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co StLoulsMo- Pennys Drug Store Good Home For Sale I oclockSaturday10UKON31UEit 10 ofMlddleburghonecessary outbuildings Over nn acre of nutil0IoosIonTurners vtlloKy idAdnir Isaac Iowan PUBLIC SALE I ONTURt4UAY1HO819i8of 1 will offer nl public sole on my premlicv IIrnlfonllvlllq ofxthllkdUpreservoscooking toe etc thrco family marvstwo yearling colts bales ot anti some loose hayJOnAHTINKAU IlustonvllleKyI Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court SlohDtorendBntTo satisfy n Judgment rendertM In favor ol plaintiff In the nbovo styled notion pond fog In the Lincoln Circuit Court for the sum of m with 8 per coin Interest there- onfro o April a togtitherwlththecosts thli action thu undersigned Cows will MONDAY DKO 1104 tourtbouseoutcry to the highest read lad bidder the InLillcolnlountyowl lYoungslhseasul1lntnbelndeedtollutehlsunthenreUysUti Itomf lino H3v1YtH ditches t IolesJafntenthence in the Weitsldeof the brnnHi thence 4 J Willie walnut both down In teed neld WOlh J lash lines H71K to poles to n chestnut nod in13NIypolesof WM61IhloaklnlOftllntmouthJ nluu M nrnx The sale will be made on n credit of six 1IurolllleerarlnKlnterptnttti rate oflx per nnnuiu from date of sale until paid- GEO antIB SAUFLEY II C L C C POSTED I whow names appear below strictly forbid passing tthetu111eientottbanKutavlala ton i Mrs Walter Warren tn Mattle White W Carter lien I Martin Hpoonnmore1HTAHlee Joi nti Itnllou lustydnlessen Paxton Mrs It L Williams JnmetN Cash J Nevln Carter 3111 lortle Mrs Jas Unities ParlltlItlrThomallerrlll TbompwnfO1UohDntAon Miss Mnttle Itewes Itelchenbach Bros Kred Ilauuinnn fITTrnylor NI1IluIIIIIIrWillJ W Itniigbmnn JW Took J K llrueo David Httvens John Ounenlach Win ortiler linn Trylor M D Klin- OotllliOllok Kml llnndorf J JThompion U M Anderson J K Moor Mr and Mm JON Ends A Klbnsa Mrs N J Morton LoganWI eo Dr O o IVrrr llaughmenUrlahMrs Marenrat Oooch Jacob ilandir HTrnylorHam oflllllnnPoUtwdcyMnJUlIundlMr Nannl Good C K McCIure Anderton Oarr HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior journal J BOTH ONE YEAR FOR It ONLY 150 IfYew people in tbe United States have riot ot the CourierJournal Democratic all tblogi felt In all thing clean In all it U essentially a family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to of teethe WEEKLY COURIEBOUUNAL one 1aboTebination to usnot tc the OourlorJourna of all 882 sinco 2ft 500 on Our OFFICERS S Hocker T Harris VIce Presidebt John J II C Baughman Asst Cashr YOUR OVERCOAT Never before has our of Mens and Boys Overcoats been ns near complete ns they are now In Crave nctts wo con give you Stripes Plaids find from 10 to 1650- Wo carry n good lino of coats from to 1500 jive us a call Always pleased to show my line Also a completo line of Dry Goods Mild Shoes SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Tooth Brushes If you want a Tooth Brush that will give perfect satisfaction try one our 25c Guaranteed Brushes We and shapes PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Lap Robes t Foot Warmers Horse Blankets Lard Presses Meat Cutters Hog I Box Bottoms Etc C F6JsW H HIGG1NSI II l a rsz1c tlon l2ank cslanlordflay Oryanijrttf CapHal Slack S5OOOO Surplus and IJndivfdtd Profits Sff0O0 stair paid in Dioldonds Organisation fnvta 9atv jfceounts 9ljorili President S McRoberts Cashier WWSaunders Bookkeeper lino Blacks also allwool 500 Boots have sizes DIRECTORS F Reid J H Uaughman M D Elmore J M Peltus S II Daughman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker C E Tale you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Purest Drugs Call on meII B McRoberts DRUGGISl STANFORD I