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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j Il1 r if THE INTERIOP JOURNAL rr VfLXXXVISTANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 8 1908 MO 80 Golden Wedding I DUNNVIUK KY Dec 2Tho 50th anniversary or golden wedding of Thos Doll and his wife Elizabeth Rich Bell was this day celebrated at their homo hero Mr Dell was born Jan 19 1832 and is 77 years old Mrs Dell being born Feb 11 1840 Is now nearly 69 years old They were married Dec 2 1858 and from this union nine childrenI were born live boys and four girls all of whom arc living The oldest is 19 and the youngest 28 They are all marI clod and havo had 30 children 34 of whom aro living and these havo hud 11 children who aro great grandehf ren of Thomas and Elizabeth Hell mukv ing a total of of from thisv union of 50 years agoIAt 10 oclock M the hosts ofchild ren grandchildren and great grahe children friends and neighbors alliemI bled at tho Christian church whero services were conducted by lion Wm Hobson of Campbellsville who was aJ near relatlvo of Gen E II UobsonI with whom Mr Bell served in tho Fed oral army and for whom ho cherishes fond memories The theme for this occasion was Matrimony and tho scriptural lessons taken from pen 218 21 tho marriage of Adam and Eve and Matt 194 being tho language of Jesus to the Pharlses The discourse lasted one hour and was delivered in a very forcible manner Whllo the first part was received In a joyful way thoI latter part with tho renewal of thoso sacred marriage vows of 50 years aKot was very pathetic and tears flowed CreoC t ly from nearly every eye After handshaking and congratulations for tho dear old father and mother the er announced that a marriage tealtI awaited those present and that feast which awaited them was emblematic of the feast which was prepared for us long ego by our blessed Master JtIUIIt Tho following is a list of tho valuable golden presents which were presented to the dear old couple Derry spoon by Wm Hobson and wife sugar shell by Claud Hobson and wife butter knlre byWG Smith and wife watch fob by L W Cundift and wife watch fob and tea sot by J A Winfrey and wife cream ladle and gold frame by George Purdy and wife cream ladle by Fred Carson and wife gold plates by Ed Pel ly and wife gold plates by Dr L F Hammonds and wife 6 In gold each by G A CUndllT and wife H E Harmon and wife C C Jones and Mia Ada Bell P C Bell and wife W C Cun dllT and wife U G Combest and wife Frank Bell and wife 2 In gold by J W Bell and wife 20 in gold by S J Bell and wife fruit basket and butter knife by L M Combcst and wife ondI many other valuable articles too nu merous to mention Strange to say although very pleas- Ing to Undo Tom Bell with all thoI multitude present there was but onoI democrat present he being Mr J AI t Winfrey Mr Bells soninlaw DutI as Mr Winfrey is a Jeffersonian democrat believing in tho majority ruling ho was bound to tumble Now it must not bo construed that this was a lican convention for it was tho goldenI anniversary of Uncle Tom and Aunt Elizabeths wedding Thp following was offered by William Hobson and dedicated to Mr and Mrs Thomas Bell Just 60 years ago today Did wo on Hymens altar lay Ourselves with what we did possess Henceforth each others lives to bless Along tho way weve had to meet Much that was by no means sweet But by sharing each others load Havo helped smooth each others road Nine children to our homo have come Much for our happiness havo done Tho they havo been a caro Havo done us good boyond compare Our powers are now giving way Wo have not long at best to stay But when this earthly lifo Is oer Wo hope to live on Canaans shore J i Dear children to our GQd be true In all you think and speak and do And let us meet beyond sky- Whcro we shall never sa goodbye Several decadeaugo thcro lived In Charleston W Va a Judge noted for his boorish A very nnlcal lawyer whom he especially disliked was once trying a caro him and all the while the barrister spoke tho judite sat In front ofhiding hasface ied Exasperated by tills the lawyer quer May 1 ask which end of your honor- I am to address choose II drawled ti the JudlteIWell was retort I suppose there is as much aw In ono end as other Philadelphia Ledger ttlATRIMONIAL Hopkins each 20 years old will bo mado one at Joseph Hopkins today A woman Is suing for divorce because her husband persisted in wearing a red woolen shirt to a ding and an Eastern woman wants ono because her husband has forced her to move 12 times In less than a year Tampa Florida Whllo the people In Lincoln county Kentucky aro expending their energies providing fuel to keep warm some thoughts of a warmer climo may servo to make the cold seem loss intense As nil students of geography know Florida has a great length of coast line almost 1200 miles which is remark for the great number of bays making the coast accessible and con taming a number of the finest harbors tho world The Gulf of Mexico on which tho E sat coat borders is a warm body of water and the Gulf Stream running close to the coast of Florida is warmer than It U at any other point it touches land In this country or Europe It Is the greatest naval stores produc- Ing State in the country tho State not for its cigar manufacturing and the homo of tho yellow plno and citrus fruit As to the climate winters passed are a succession of pleasure de and joy Tho gentlo touches of the breeze from tho great Gulf mingled with tho breath of tho pines fur fish healing balm to weakened throats and lungs These health giving winds toss tho pine needles stir the placid waves of the streams which lie as gem like settings In tho highlands of this section and play with tho orange trees laden with the beautiful golden fruit A most interesting feature of Florida s tho largo number of springs of great of depth and size While tho fame 0- 1hose P springs docs not equal Hot Springs r Saratoga they possess many cura lye powers indeed there is a time III honored legend that ono of these won derful springs was sought by Ponco Do con as tho fountain of perpetual youtha Tampa the place wo call plcture qnely situated on Hlllaborough Day an arm of the Gulf and Is ono oCIr o busiest cities In tho State It s the most advantageous shipping pointh of tho Gulf and Its foreign and tic cxpotts of cattle lumber fruits vegetables naval stores and phosphatea run Into the millions It has tinction of having been chosen as port on of embarkation for tho invasion of Cu ba No American city has a greater wealth of foliage gigantic oaks mag at noliaa and palms with hero and there banana and orange trees and a great profusion of beautiful shrubbery adorn Ing tho streets It has long been noted for Its mild salubrious climate and is quite u resort for tourists and home seekers A significant feature of Tam pas commerce is the amount of bust ness derived from its fishing industries The total valuo of the fish product reaches about n million dollars each year and furnishes employment to hun dreda of men This city Is tho home of the Havana cigar industry and has justly earned the title Havana of America It boosts of 100 cigar factories and sends out some of the finest cigars In the country Is especially suited to Epicureans Frosh vegetables and all kinds of fruit aro grown In Winter just tho same rls Summer Tho climate all of tho year is suited for hunting and fishing The good street car system gives easy access to parks and pleasure places while steam ers make frequent trips across the bay to places long noted for their surf bath- Ing and fishing places If our brilliant Lincoln county writer Fontaine Fox Bobbitt for whoso arti cles Kentuckians watch with Interest were hero to bask In the Land of Flowers no doubt but his writings would bo scattered all over the land Among tho points of interest in Flor- Ida Is the Swanco River a few miles out from Jacksonville where Fos ter wrote tho celebrated old song Very tow of Its thousands of admirers have seen tho Immortalized river or realized the quiet beauty of the stream withes bending over Its bosom festooned with tho long gray moss for which Florida is noted Way down upon tho Swanco River tho old trees seem to wave it In tho evening air and the bright plumed birds join the imaginary chorus Hero were the Old Folks at Home II with no thought of care The beauty and sunny peace of all this were just what suited the sentiment of that touching and tender air which has been wafted all over tho world Yet I was not moro Impressed with these scenes than when looking upon tho spot where tho some writer silt when writing My Old Kentucky Homo A Kentuckian may travel from North to South and from East to West yet when ho hears this natlvo song ho becomes enthusiastic and feels that his own land Is tho Garden Spot of the WorldFtONNIB H McKECHNIE Tho House Ways and Means committee has decided to extend the tariff hearings to Dec 19 Authority will be 81ked from Congress to subpoena witnesses and put them under oath r NEWS NOTES F Y Pattersnn an aged citizen of Wurren county dropped dead Tho sheriff of Bullitt county paidI over to Auditor James 1200 dog tax John D Armstrong Co brokers of Pittaburg havo made an assignment Tho business section of Bcckville Tex was destroyed by fire Tho loss is estimated at 200000 Rear Admiral Joseph Coghlan in dead nt his home in New N Y Ho was a native of Kentucky Robbers dynamited tho postoffico safe at Sylacauga and got away with 1000 In stamps and cash The special grand jury to investigate alleged election frauds in Chicago has returned 114 indictment to date Tho wife of Conrad Hotopp prey dent of the Hardin is dead at Elizabethtown aged 74 Tho Standard Oil prosecutions in Hancock county 0 came to a Rudden termination when all the indictments against the company were nolled Francis J Hcnoy has so far recovered from the effects of the wound in flicted by Morris liens on Nov 13 that ho has left the hospital at San Francisco M C Southworth familiarly known as Cooney If was found shot through tho head and almost frozen to death near Georgetown Ills case is a mys teryKentncklltame laws wero cd ineffective and useless at a meeting of sportsmen held in Louisville An or ganlzation looking to moro satisfactory law Is projected After causing an actual property loss a about 160000 and an estimated do reciation in values to adjoining property of 500000 the Arkansas river at Pine Bluff is falling James OHearn an editor of Peoria asked the county judge to commit him to an Insane asylum saying that niese ho was locked up he would kill n attorney and then commit suicide Ills request was complied with Judge Matthews at Nashville in rul ig on tho applications for writs of ha eaa corpus by alleged night riders old that the arrests and court proceed ings had been illegal but said that in imuch as the defense had expressed willingness to give ball ho would require it The men will bo rearrested new charges Gov H ask ell Issued a proclamation declaring that tho State Dispensary System had been abolished by the vote the recent election which leaves the citizens of Oklahoma without any lawful means to purchase inside tho State liquor for medical purposes This situation will continue until tho people or tho Legislature provide some scheme for the sale of liquor for medical purposes Tho majority against the dis pensary was 16000 Gov Willson Thursday commuted tho sentence of Robert Rocker the Negro who was to have been hanged nt Lex In ton Friday morning In giving his reasons for cum muting the sentence of Hocker to a lifo term in tho peniten tiary Gov Wlllaon said in a long opinion that ho did not think that Rocker had prcmcditately committed the crime and that the story of the killing was probably not told in Its entirity to the jury Tho commutation of Hooker erei ated some excitement in Lexington although there was little of mob spirit expressed FARMERS DEPARTMENT E P J II Woods lost by death last week a valuable jack R C Arnold sold the bluegrass seed ho advertised to J II Baughmanat75c Several fresh Jersey cows for sale Good ones J B Camenisch Stan rdOver 92000 pounds of tobacco sold at Springfield Saturday at an average of York Elks aro to spend 1000 000 on a new clubhouse hotel and theater in that city J E and J C Robinson sold their crop of tobacco about 30000 pounds nt IGc Lancaster Record In Nicholas county corn is selling from 3 to 3 25 r barrel in the field or from 360 to 375 delivered Tho twoyear old trotter Robert C by Peter Great was sold by the Iatchen Wilkes Farm at Lexington to- GG Moore of St Clair Mich Robert T Bruce tells us that W B Burton of Lancaster bought a carload of extra good mules in Marion county at 180 and that he and his rather have sold 60 hogs lately at Cc this will seen the announcement of Judge M C Saufley of Stanford for tho of fice of Circuit Judge of this Judicial District composed of tho counties of Mercer Boyle Lincoln and Garrard positionIeverybody in the district and needs no encomium at our hands Harrodsburg Herald To The Democrats of The 13th Ju dicial District I am a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for circuit judgo of this dis trict composed of the counties of Lincoln Garrard Doyle and Mercer M C SAUFLEY His Ma WHlio whero have you been hair Is suspiciously we- tWillleI fell In the river His MaBut your clothes aro not wet W A MOBERLY Under a good picture of the splendid young man tho Knoxville Sentinel saysMr W A Moberly the subject of this sketch came to Knoxville from Stanford Ky his old home some 12 or 16 years ago and was an official of the Southern Railway Co where ho made many friends especially among the business men of this and other ties He is now general manager and stockholder of the Rand Powder Company of Tennessee having assisted in the erection of tho powder mills four years ago located on the Southern Railwayand Louisville Nashville railroad at Marlow Tenn The Rand Powder Co of Tennessee havo their own power plant for light as well as furnish log power to operate all of their differ ent mills some 15 buildings and is one of the most modern manufacturing plants in the South and under the su pervision of Mr Moberly the business has gradually increased and notwith standing the business depression of last year ho has been able to place on the market quite a nice business In his The capacity of this powder mill is 1000 kegs per day and can be increased as business demands They not only manufacture ono of the highest grades of mining and blasting powder on the market but keep in stock at their plant full tine of all grades of dynamite and blasting supplies of all descriptions Their motto is to fill orders Immediately and give the same proper attention until it reaches Its destination and the most courteous attention is always giv en their customers Mr Moberly is prominent in social circles and fraternal societies being n member of the Cumberland Club and Royal Arcanum and has always been interested in tho welfare of Knoxville IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Robert Ball formerly of Lancaster was shot fend killed at Corbin- J S Skinner has been appointed postmaster at Marcellus Garrard coun ty George Vaught ono of the oldest cit- Izens of the Dry Branch section of Pu laski is dead at an advanced age Charles Sandlin in tho employ of the Richmond Cooperage Co had a leg broken and was lacerated about the hip by a piece of machinery break- Ing A fiveyearold child of Z R Howard a prominent Laurel county farmer was to death by its clothes catching from an grate before which the child was playing- D M Bissett one of tho bestknown voung men of Mercer county died at Lawrenceburg of consumption Ho arrived there night before from Denver Col where he had been for the benefit of his health Mrs Mary Johnson of Fonde Bell county was accidentally shot and killed while making up a bed A Winchester rifle concealed under the mattress was thrown out and the weapon discharged with the above result His many warm friends In this county regret very much to hear of the untimely death of Prof W C Grinstead ProC Grinstead has conducted several institutes in this county and among tho Rockcastle teachers had many warm trlendsSlgnal One of the largest real estate deals made here in a long time has just been closed between A R Humble T V Ferrell whereby Mr Humble trans fers to Mr Ferrell eight twostory houses on Griffin Avenue and two in Ferguson the consideration being 10 600 Somerset Journal While searching for n burglar whom ho believed was lurking in his cellar Dr Charles E Brown Jr a prominent physician of Springfield accidentally Dr Brown had been aroused from sleep by a noise in the basement of his house Revolver in hand he went in search of the intruder When ho reached the cellar he became excited and dropped the weapon The bullet penetrated the lower part of his body death within a few hours MATBRS Remember there aro three services each day at the Methodist church at 1030 A M 330 P M and 630 p The afternoon service is a special ser vice for children The missionary societies of the Meth odist church will havo an all dav service Friday beginning at 1030 Preaching hv Rev Gutce or Harbin at 11 A M All are cordially invited to bring small baskets preachlinghave car ant the congregations wore largo both at tho morning and evening service Sunday Rev Guice Is a very popular singer and Rev Harbins sermons arc pronounced very fine Little Freddie was told bythe nurse ono that the stork had visited the houso during the night and left him a little baby sister asked if ho would like to see her I dont care nothing about the ba said little Freddie but I would like to sea the stork Delineator That a Negroes skull is a hard proposition tho following dispatch from Paris John Case a tenant on the Leach farm was shot In the forehead with a 38 caliber bullet but sustained no injury the bullet rebounding from the skull Willson Jones committed suicide at Sharpsburg aged 65 w OVERGORTS UITABLE ERVICEABLET TYLISH t FOR Little Young Handsome and Old Raincoats SlickersRubber Coals Top Coats and Regulation OVERCOATS From 2 to 25 Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY o O- r4 0 O 00 O0 3 O 0t7J CDcfrn fl 0 3 0 tS l5srZ g o 5- su C 0 c3n J P SLg o 08 UI 0ir 000 p 1 ts ZN 0o 030 OCL0 a C i o 0 C Io 3 0N n U ro x t7 o aar8 t7J tf Lt t7on iliaZ2j IIIsi4 t7rI- IQ riP I ANOTHERiNew stock of Rochester Ware I for Christmas Young Men Come in and See our Chafing Dishes froml450 to 15 Young ladies likethem Serv ing Dishes Coffee and Tea Pots Tea Trays c E3JJEJOt3OO W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky U I The Interior Journal lC WALTON IIILLCo1 Thomas Peyton Hill calm ly sank into thn eternal sleep at 8 o clock on Sunday evening Dec 6th lie had been in declining health for sometime and his death was duo to the in familyfrommembers of the colony of Lord Balti Marylandachieved national reputation as lawyers statesmen churchmen and philosophers lie was born Aug 30 1826 and his homeIs Well section of this county his father having died at the early age of 26 af ter promise of a future as bril rIlant as that of his illustrious son Ho thrice married first before attain ing his majority to his kinswoman Miss Maria A Peyton next to Mrs Fanny A Fowler nee and last ly to Miss Mary L Peyton Thero were eight children of the first mar riage of whom are dead save his talented daughter Mrs Benedict Spald log of Lebanon Mr T P Hill an em inent lawyer of Buffalo Wyoming and Mr W B Hill a farmer of this coun practiceKincaid a famous lawyer of this section in the early days who greatly fluenced his subsequent career He be gan the practice of in Monticello and from there went to Somerset but soon removed to Stanford where his fame and name were made He was associated for a number of years with Judge J W Alcorn under the firm name of Hill Alcorn and later until his retirement with Mr P M McRob erts as Hill McRoberts As a law yer Col Hill was easily entitled to a place in the first class With knowl edge and understanding of original prin ciples and in the powers of analysis reasoning and expression he was the equal of the best Beginning his ca reer when the work of the lawyer con sisted not so much as now in searching the books to find out what the law is but in exercising his reasoning powers to demonstrate what it ought to be he cultivated a naturally brilliant mind up to the point where it was almost im possible to tell where his logic ended and his sophistry began His knowledge of the law was that of the fron tiersman of the wilderness With no paths blazed to show the way he is yet able to find his bearings and fix his course because he knows that the moss grows on the North side of the tree as well as the other laws of the woods His greatest fame among the masses though was as u public speaker and he always held his hearers spell bound appellatejudf Being before the Federal Court at R presidentialfcrsonville one night to hear Blue Jeans Williams After the speaking he was called for and so electrified the immediatelydrafted compelled to canvass the whole State of Indiana in connection with Williams He was always in demand as a speaker at college commencements and celebra t tions of all kinds He was the same charmer in the so cial circle He had no superior as a conversationalist His fund of reminiscences enlivened with brilliancy and humor made him the chief spokesman 1ofevery gathering great or small He l the society of the young as personficationof his character is that those who knew him best were drawn to him with hooks of steel During the whole of his ac tive practice there were students in his office many coming from a distance preferring his instruction to that of the nest law schools These students today are scattered all over the country many of them having attained eminent success in life and it can be safely said that there in not one of the number who does not have for him the affec Indulgentfather saidisence whether friend or enemy what presenceHe of the young man and rendered him the great est of all help teaching him to help himself But his help was not confined to precept and advice The destitute to him in vain and if he knew of their condition they were sppealTougb was humble and unassuming and nothing for himself In speaking of his death head that he hoped friends would wostpo money in purchasing flowers lot hlm but appropriate their cost to thepoor He himself to the church in life and never saint or expressed more willingness thane to meet Maker be the bloom and sweet the fragrance of the flower oh his grave The burial will occur in Buffalo Cem etery at 1030 this morning STANFORD loses heavily by the deaths of Col Thomas P Hill and Mr Mark Hardin Both were thoroughly identi t fied with the material interests of this goodly little city which is now in gloom over taking The one a great oratorical powers lawyerlwh day the other a big hearted plain business man buried in a few hours each other May God stay the hand of death until wo shall have partially recovered from the fear ful the past two days It will be a long time before men can be found who will take their places as mod el citizens iTup Indianapolis News and New York Sun are denounced by President Roosevelt in a letter to William Dudley Foulke as being mendacious and untruth ful newspapers and their editors term ed liars ho charges are repeat edly guilty of printing untruths which they know to be untrue when they are published In reply Mr LnfTan of tho Now York Sun says Mr Roosevelt has been guilty of acts which would lead to his expulsion from any club of gentle men LYNCHDURO VA voted against sa loons This will be bad news to lion Watterson of Nodemocrat canbeaprohibltionist fame REPRESENTATIVE CRAMP CLARK of Missouri was chosen minority leader of the House Saturday night at a caucus of the democratic members of that body lie was placed in nomination by John Sharp his predecessor TUB editor of the Somerset Journal Mr Woodson May is making a fight on comic supplements in Sunday papers A child or two cause a of human kindness to find place in his breastPOLITICAL Baltimoro already has a Bryan Club to boost him for In 1912 F P McGarvey has announced for the nomination for Repre sentative of Mercer county Judge M J Moss claims he has won in the judicial race in the 26th district but W T Davis his opponent says it will take the official count to Moss carried Bell and Whitley and Davis carried Harlan John D Pringle a Pittsburg labor leader is to be given a fat Federal of fice by President Roosevelt Mr Prin Gompersininfluence to TaftIRepresentative Barthodt of Missouri said that the people of his State want to be represented President Tafts and are favor of the appointment of Charles Nagel of St Louis as Secretary of the Interior Democratic Congressmen arriving at Washington say it is too early to dis cuss the next candidate of the party for president but generally agree that Mr- Bryan will never run again A mild boom has already been started for Senator Culberson of Texas Gov J C S Blackburn of the Ca WashIngtonKentucky announced to his friends that he is ready to resign his position should Presidentelect Taft so desire Gov Blackburn says that work on the alonglines toDras a mild advocate of woman suffrage saying that he did not fear any great evil from it and also that he did not look for any great good He expressed the opinion that when any great num ber of women really want the right to vote they will obtain their wish JudgeHprimaryheldcarried county in the district and his majority is about 2500 Caleb Pow ers got his revenge when Capt B B Golden was defeated Common CaptGoldenKnox ofJudgoic nomination for Judge of this district Hill official life as Judge of the district for 11 years is an open andjudgmentsciples of right and justice and favor ing law and order He is an eminent lawyer possessed of a strong will and a high sense of honor never favor ing any compromise when questions of morality and public good are being con sidered He many friends who will exhaust all honorable means to secure his nomination Lancaster Record BUILDING LOTS I have for sale eight nice building lots In Morelaml Kjr They are level and situated near the For particulars tee Abe Minks Moreland Kjr NOTICEI All parties boldlng claims Mn I Oompton of Mlllrugerllle Ky mutt Silo them wltn mo property proven ny nee IS else they will be barred Thole Indebttd to her must pay by thnt date or the claims will be placed in the bands ol nn officer for collection KDWAHU ALCORN Aulgnee Stock of Merchandise Ifor Sale tny stock ot Ito caries And Hardware IH lmi n good bUll ness Will invoice nbout tat UeRlon1 III healtbIItching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form- f Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE i Good Home For Sale I oclockSaturdayDKOKMI1KU 19 Middloburgthe oflandtownTermsslot at once jr p iirunLK Turnemvllle Ky Admr Isaac Oowan Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stop Itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and Is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggist Write forum pie E W Rose Med Co at LoWe Mo Pennys Drug Store FARM FOR SALE I RrnIAndllnl s the Htaiuont plko Improvement fencing good plenty of water fruit acres of Umbered land one mllo Kast of McKlnney Imlf under feiico plenty of water nnd good tobacco land Hte grow lug crop J A GIVKNH AItmt MnKlnnoy Ky The Truth a Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid fot external use All durgeists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE Adorinas Fox Is ft handsome largo Jersey null descended from n and unbroken lino of the most noted bulls and cows on the Is land of Jersey England and America 1111 sire Is one of the lest bulls ever Imported and dam limit cow that has given M lelilevoiIkosome Anciwlor and have n strictly cow you should AVAil yourself of ser vice lie wilt be allowed to servo n limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for feo of ISeuch Make engagement before sending cow to bo bred A OTTKIt Telephone Htanford Ky N ILWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices Tooth Brushes If you want a Tooth Brush that will give perfect satisfaction try one of our 25c Guaranteed Brushes We have all sizes and shapes PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky fiOfl IU6 J RETIRING FROM BUSINESS The Magnificent StocK of ugh Murray the JeWeler TO GO UNDERTHE HAMMER Xmaepresentsfinest in this part of Kentucky Watches Diamonds Jewelry Rich Cut Glass Sterling Silver Silver Tea Sets Umbrellas Etc In fact every thing carried in an uptodate Jewelry stock Come and just tell the auctioneer how much you will give and the goods are yours There will be two sales at 230 and 730 until everything is sold Beautiful presents given at each sale SALE OPENED TUESDAY EVENING AT 73 r HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler MAIN STREET DANVILLE KY UNDLRIVERR i I I 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 foryo- uRoyal Silk Plus a medium weight beautiful NEVER FAD ING never SHRINKING soft garment at 3OO Per Suit WRIGHTS wool fleeced a very heavy warm garment a- tS2OO r PER SUIT COOPERS balbriggan a medium weightIsoft pretty garment all cotton at 2 per suit 50c stuff we have in abundance sev eral different colors and weightsI DRESS SHIRTSTHE FOUNTAIN youknowis the stand ard Most shirts are cut too high just under the chin and make the collar uncomfortable THE FOUNTAIN fits soft negligee in white and colors white and colors in pleated bosoms all of course with cuffs attached 1 and 150 If you WANT A SHIRT look at them and you will buy H J McJROBBRTS STANFORD I KENTUCKY j Our nOlldag Display I Whaecontest in Window Diiplnjr beginning DECEMBER 14 for one week Money to you For the LITTLE FOLKSice have a SANTA CLAUS LETTER JJOX All are invited to mail their wants Wo guarantee delivery All letters must be in box by Dec 18th in order to roach Santa Claus in tuna for his Secretary to award your request Give your poetuttico address O CUT RATES IN CLOTHING AND MILLINERY Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER HUSTONVILLE KY Thursday bee 100 will be the day for Xmas shoppers Greatest and grandest display everlshown in the city All the styles and designs in Dinner Ware BrioaBrac and Novelties Galore Prices way down You can not af ford to buy till you have seen this lin- eGEORGE H FARRIS Stanfordf Our ijeating StovesI reafare serviceable and are sold at sonable prices only Save the difference Geo Da Hopper Stanford Ky e You Can Buy Any Cloak Suit or Skirt at 20 per tout off the prico At 1O Cents ftYou can take jour choice of 75 Corduroy Cloth Bear Skin and Aetraolmt I Cape Juit the thing for school girls the former price being 25 to 50c ToquesjAt 101x 25 null 35c Tlicso Ira Bold usually at 10 to Ific more I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD The Interior Journal BTAHFOUD KY DEC 8 lUOB NEW assortment of local view postcards at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Mn JOHN LUTES spent several daYI In Laurel county Mns L B IIILTON Is visiting her parents at Urodhcad Miss FRANCES COOPER visited Miss Allccn Bourn at Lancaster CHARLIE AND GRECLEY LUTES wero in Richmond at court yesterday ARCIIIB TRAYLOR and Frank Sheron aro each III with pneumonia fever COL It G EVANS of Danville attended tho burial of Mr Mark Hard Miss MADOB H ACKLEY has returned from an extended viilt at Cleveland Ve CAW D II GOYBN U spending a few weeks with his family at Lexlng tonMiss JENNIE LYNN HUGHES of Blackstone III is with tho Misses Tot tenMRS R C WIIITB and little daug ter of tho East End spent several daYI with friends hero TUB Current Events Club will meet with Mn W H HlRRins at 2 oclock Thursday afternoon liON AND MRS C A HARDIN eamo up from llarrodaburg to attend tho bur sal of Mr Mark Hardin MR Taos E BALDWIN of Madison spent several days with his daughte W H Shanks lost week MRS MARY ADAMS returned Sntu day from a visit to her daughter Mr Jl W Keenon at Harrodsburir MISSES SARA AND MATTIE HACKLE left Tuesday for San Antonio Texai where they will spend tho winter Ma FRED GAKNBTT Is back at hla post at the depot after a protracted stay with his mother at Cavo City MR BENEDICT SPALDINO and wife of Lebanon and Mr Hill Spalding o t Louisville arrived vesterdny to otten tho funeral of Col T 1 liill- Ma Jowl UND nwOOD and famil have moved to Boyle county much to the regret ot their many rhwlII here We commend them to tho good peopl of Boyle LOCALS GET Singletons prices on stoves i CHRISTMAS presents in profusion W II Mueller GENUINE Virginia saddles In stock J I C McClary See our new line of Rochester war W H HlgRins RBMEMIIKK the entertainment at Graded School Friday night SOLID silver spoons forks etc In larger nuanlties than over W H Mueller DONT forget to attend the sale ot Mrs Geo W Logan on Thursday Dec 17th instead of the 15th DR L B COOK did splendidly with his Single Comb Rhode Hed chickens at the Frankfort Poultr Show In fact ho captured nearly ov ery premium he showed for MONEY Garland Singleton tells us that he will be ready to the teachers their second or November draw next Saturday The vouche 1came yesterday 1Mn GEORQB B SAUFLEY who hall a most master com missioner of the Lincoln Circuit Court has resigned and Judge W C Hell has appointed Mr J B Paxton In his place is an excellent one SINGLETON the clover superintendentIand this issue flee foroveraltermsdlandllwilllhbeor hard man to beat for JONEsEben Best Jones died at the homo of his daughter Mrs J Marsh Coffey near Icrryvil 0 aged about 75 Ho was born at Camp Dick Robinson t Garrard county but much of his f lifo at the homo of his daughter Mrs Coffey when she lived In this county r Mr Jones had a number of staunch friends in this section I SOME ofthe candidates for county of ficers aro said to favor the nomination of a democratic ticket by tho county committee but tho majority of those with whom we have talked a pri Tho committee might bettermary t distribute the candidates but as all good onlrtrue men to mary It ti j withland tho the members of tho committee would t have advantage over the other follow In a primary ell have an equal show Henca a is what should be do madid aid IXlctlll1 BUY that Christmas present Dec 10 at Farris I HAVE a nlco lino of mourning veils Miss Ella May Saunders nAVE you read about the South Bend watch 7 W H Mueller handles them FOR SALEA good fat hog weiltht about 300 pounds Mrs W B McHob erts Stanford r WANTED to buy several shares ot First National Bank stock Phone or wrlto this once GOOCII BECK will pay the highest market price for your turkeys fro now till Dec 20th GREAT reduction In tips and fino feathers 4 plumes now sell at 3 Rnd so on Misses Straub WE have several tons of good fee- ing wo aro selling at 4lte a bolt J H Baughman Co LOST n good buggy rug between Olympian Springs and McKinney He ward Y W le CHEAP Our prices on Xmas good this year will surprise you You will wonder how we can sell them so cheap Farris D W MAliAN of Danville will succeed R P Adams deceased as drummer for Bryan Goodwin A Hunt In this territory NICK lino of rockers center tablet now rugs matting picture frames and mouldings Call and see thorn at Tril bio lentos TUB Kentucky Growers Insurance C settled the damages on Miss Mary Pcp pies house entirely satisfactorily are requested to state CllArPBLU Thomas Chappelllaged 20 died at Crab reo trains were interred at Lancaster 110 ftci formerly of Garrard We will mako eppecia on ull linos of millinery especially children goods from now the holidays Misses VanDevccr 2t ALL hats at and below cost feather and all trimmings at greatly reduce ricem from now until Xmas Mis Rolls Arnold Crab Orchard milliner THE shortage In the Citizens Nations Bank at Monticello Is 63000 Thi cashier Judge Charles W McConaghy Is still in Jail at Nowport Ills friend have made no effort to bail him out THE ladies of the Crab Orchard Christian church will hold an exchange am bazaar in the vacant store room of Mr Curtis Cover next Saturday Dec 12 Help a good cause by patronizing them WE will give away noon on Christ mae ova a S20 doll as a first prize and a music box Xmas tree 2nd Each pewo givenonce a New Stanford Drug Co Tim Frankfort tints a plc Lure of lion W II Shanks candidhte countbuts most intimate friends would hardly recognize It as a picture of him JAMES F HOLDAM who has made a splendid circuit clerk Is announced fo again No cleverer man nor better democrat lives than Mr Holdar and his legion of friends will be gold to learn that ho will stand for the office again SHOE STORK FOR SALE Dandy loca lion in a nearby Kentucky county seat High class cash trade Good prospect Excellent reasons for sell ng Estate lock box 133 Ky TilE ladies of tho Christian church will hold their bazaar Saturday Dec 2th in the Owsley store room AI Contributing to same will please bring In articles the day previous to sale Everybody Is most cordially MR THOMAS WCooc11ofthe McKinney section announces this issue fo jailer of Lincoln county Mr Gooch a hustling democratic worker and asks his friends to support him lie tells us hat he will make an active canvass and has lots of friends who hope he will bo ucccssful a TilE pupils of the Stanford Graded chool their first semiannual ntertainment tho Graded School chapel Friday night next Dec 11th hem entertainments are given for tho benefit of pupils patrons and general Improvements Eevery patron and riend of and improvement is ordinlly invited to como of admission Proceeds for benefit of iraded School apparatus A FRANKFORT special says A largo rowd of spectators women and men tonieht saw n grey game cock ot the Grist strain owned by S M Saufle- yf this city outs tho other cocks ot the annual State Fanciers and Breed ers Poultry Exhibition and win the hampienshlpand a silver loving cup as- a took place in the grand room In thecourt house where the poultry exhibition Is in full blnt 1 Are You Getting Your Share of the special offering at thie store This is not n clean up of undesirable goods but of the Lest to be had The CloSkg Suits Skirts Underwear Hosiery etc are this seasons most dcsirabln goods Tho Remnants are short lengths of this season best selling materials such as Skirt and Waist lengths in Woolens White Goods Cottony Calicoes Percales Qiughams Table Linens Flannelette Outings Dont let this opportunity get by you These special offerings until Dec 2fflh 1 satisfactory Nlcholasville WATCH for Farris display of Xmas goods Dec 10 DEC 10 Dont fail to visit my store George H Farris RMEM CIt goods oro now going at cost Miss Ella May Saunders WE are opening our Christmas oods this week Come and see us W H Higglns ALL trimmed hatsgoat sacriflco this week Miss Ella May Saunders milliner FOR SALE Some choice meat hog Will weigh 250 pounds A At Felan Stanford Fon Xmas presents of heanty nnd which will be a orevtr see W Mueller the jeweler 1I WILL begin to yenreduced sale on- hats 260 hats now go at 175 and so on Misses Straub LET me tell you of the 25 or more points of superiority of the sawing machine I handle W H Mueller SEE the splendid Webber wagon on salo at Coffey store Mor land Best farm and road wallon made LOST between Dr Carpenters nud Christian church a gold stck pin with diamond in center Rowan if left at this office LOST between Yosemite and McKinney a valise Contained n ram coat other things Clel McIntosh hackman on the Yosemite and McKinney route NOTICE FENCE BUILDERS I havo for sale on Shelby City short pike about locust posts and stakes Will sell cheap at once i M Baucom Junction City Ky To all parties holding certificates ot county claims You are notified that the money is now in the county treasury to pay your claims and that you must therefore pay your taxes at once otherwise I will have to add the penal tv T J Hill S L C PUBLIC SALEOn county court day Doc 14 I will sell my house and lot on Hustonville street at 11 A M in Iron if tho court house The house consists- of four rooms with good garden and large lot Possession Jan 1 For fur her information see W A Tribble Mrs G P Taubman HARDIN Stanford lost one of her best and most progressive citizens when Mr Mark Hardins spirit passed Into tho great beyond at 11 oclock Saturday night Ho was ono of those whole ouleil wideawake men who help push things along and who never know sue a word as fall Some 20 ale he came to Stanford from Monticello a penniless youth but hard work ond frugal m thods he had becomo the holder of some of the best investment In this city Tho St Asaph Hotel and Myers House Flats are some of the val uablo pieces of Stanford property he owned About 18 years ago he married Miss Bessie Farris daughter of Mr and Mrs H C Farris and she is let to mourn the loss of a kind attentive and devoted husband May lie Who cares for tho widow and orphan com tort her and give her strength to beau her great burden Mr Hardin joined tho Christian church a score of years ago and he so lived as to be ready when the final summon camo Deceased hat been in bad health for several years and it was decided some 10 days ago to take him to Dr McChords hospital ot Lebanon for an operation wa performed last Wednesday The slcians him in even worse condi ion than they had believed and held out no hope for him after the knife hat been used The remains were brough an the noon train Sunday and hundred of friends were at the depot to meet them In fact nearly every family In town was represented all desirous to Jo something for sorrowing wle and brothers who accompanied the remains After services at the late home bv Rev D M Walker the burial occurred in Buffalo cemetery at 230 yesterday afternoon The Odd Fellows erlensnumbers Each order sent a beautiful floral tribute tho boarders at the St Asaph Hotel tendered an Inv tense while warm per anal friends sent flowers in profusion The city council chamber is raped in lack on account of the taking away of one of its best and hardest workers for tho advancement of Stanford In fine the town is in mourning over tho loss of ono whose every effort was for the ipbuilding of this good littl city The vritor loses a truo friend in Mr liar din whom he has known for two decades and whoso friendship he will over cherish Tho poor of the community lave been dealt a severe blow in h1- 8deoth Mr Ilardin did more to alleviate suffering humanity than any man in Stanford He gave tiber oily of his moans to help them and no- person it mattered not his condition or osltion was deprived of a seat at his table Truly a man has gone and the question comes will his place be filleWe fear it will not Mr lardin leaves five brothers and two sisters and tho sympathy of tho commun y also goes out to them in the loss of a YretherIn all the term PleaaI The Development of West Texas KENT TEX Nov 25 With a tide of home seekers turned toward the territory lying between the Pecos and Kit Grande rivers West Texas is fast becoming developed All this land unti bylarcents an acre but as fast as the leases expire tho State refusing to lees them again puts the land on the mar ket for the homeseekers The largest ranch In this territory is the X Ranch owned by the Reynolds Cattle Co of somethinglikehave 100000 cattle on it Different sec byhomescekersout Tho State is certainly right in re fusing to lease her lands any longer as one good home for one child is worth more to a country than a thousand cows upon every hill and in every valley the cry of one child is more civilizing than the bleat of 10000 calves and thosmoke from the chimney of one good homo is worth more than all tho fires of all the brandIng While this Is a broken country with soil not very uniform there are localities where grapes apples cotton corn and forage or do well The rain purposeshuting as tho country is settled Water for stock purposes is procured from wells and surface tanks and the terri tory is destined to be a great stock countryThe is open here now and hunters are flocking in from all Guadalupehillsas bear deer panthers and a few Mex ican lion The writer had the luck to kill two deer and a bear and ienced an exciting time in dispatching the latter With best wishes for the I J and its many readers H R JONES NOTICE The creditors of Mrs Nancy J Morton ore rrqueslnl to Immediately moll their olnlnii Ittgnlly vcrlllcd to the 11EV160 RxeeulorI Kt Thomas- uyNOTICE n Notice Is hereby given that the undersign nl who was Ht the February term of the penntlnrvtorlug VH Yooum will Hake IIlllllle8t10n to the Board ot Irtlon a nrole lit their meeting Tuesday jnn W UUUWA- LL8PUBL1CSALEI ON TUKHDAY nEO 8 108 I will offer at sale on my premises X mile from lliistonvllle Ky on llrad myhousaholdandUtchen ell kinds two horae wagon buggies lurrcy cart 100 barrels extra corn x milk- ows yenrllne steer wagon hnrnesi bug gy homes pow gear quantity of preserves canned goods brand new range mnretwojenriitgouM hayJOOArVTINKAU IIuitonvilleKy folJ r OhnmllerAuct PUBLIC SALE On WK1 NK9DAYDKO IftTII t Rlnntng U 10 JlI at her late reMdenct on Du lllTcr Lincoln county near Preachers rllle kr I will sell to the highest and beet blduer the household and kitchen furniture ind personal property of Nancy J Merton onslstlniofthe household nece iltleanml equipment new nud old Terms madtt known on day of sale U U nORTON Kxor At tame tune nnd place John U Horton will otTor for lalecottleshvep horses mules hog chickelliworm Implememts and the crop for this to be made Known on day of tale JOHN U IIOUTON- Ool J PChondler Auct PUBLIC SALE I I will tell at auction on my fnrm bout ono hnlf a mlln from Walnut Flat between Ireochersvllle and Crab Orchard tikes on TltUHHUAY DEOimilW8 QFglnnlngnt oclock the following UscrlUd property Oho good mare In foul hy Lincoln Hqulrrel good looker nnd good Irlver gentle Jersey cow fullblood rd with heifer POt by her tide five 100lb hoots Buggy and hnrneasl l new Ihortevagon drill with fertilizer attach nenl cutting harrow cutting box mow- Ing machine rakerorn shelter several Plowseider mlllllnllllOmehoueholll furnl ureAlso have 40 good ewes 2 stocks of bny bny frame for sale Terms made known on day of sale JIH8 C1KOHOK W IXMJAN Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and TornadoIarm Property a Specialty of the lending companies of the worll1 represented In rates with nil the companies of the world Loss pny Inlt record unsurpassed Never had n law ault In the history of ngwnoy Losses romptly paid mind without discount No ailing for your money lieore In viugcallon AHONY 8 RANKIN Tin Insurance Men of Stanford Christmas Novelties We will have on display December 10th the largest and most attractive Hue of Novelties and useful presents we have ever shown Remnant Countert You willremember how quickly the Remnants went in our July sale NufTBed KY Womens House Co forts r Pretty Practical and Comfortable Gifts that women illaI preciate Felt Nullifiers extra good quality heaver felt black fur trimmings color Black Red Brown nnd Grey new goods for kimonos with Pereian borders in all colors Novelties shown byus in Neckwear are extreme and exclusive being different to styles offered in other stores A nice line of extra heavy bleached table damush 72 inches wide comes in polka dot or fleurdelis patterns 8125 values we arc offering at 7Cc and 81 per yard With these thoughts in mind come andsea s expecting the biggest values ever received You willnot be disappointed I I TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Who Said Green A young man is never so well dressed as he should be until he has one of the latest styles of oqrV Green Hats Our stock consists of the lovliest styles man ever saw in r Telescopes Pashas Crush saand many other styles too numerous to men tion Prices from Bl 00 TO S35O See our window A fine line of Clothing and Shoes In styles they are right up to now Give us a call and see our line SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Shoes Shoes Have you bought Winter Shoes for your family If not let us reason with you We have 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 Remember we carry a complete line of Mens La dies and Childrens Shoes I t ir1 W E PeVkinsCrab Orchard i r AISTANFORDI A MIGHTY PUHca E il 20000 Worth of high grade tailor mado Clothing Dry Goods Furnishing Goods Hats and Shoes to bo distrihu ted into the homes of the people for less than the actual cost ot tho raw materialat S GOLDSTEINS on Main Street Stanford Ky t GOLDSTEINSDry Goods Goods and Purchased GOLDSTEINS THE CHICAGO SALVAGE CO THE WORLDS GREATEST BARGAIN GIVERS At 27 Cents on the Dollar The Building on Main Street is Now and Will Open for Business Thursday December 10 1908 At 9 A MV And Closes in 10 Be sure you are right Look for the CHICAGO SALVAGE CO Save This and Till Thursday Dec A M The Entire 20000 GOLDSTENSBARGAINcost of raw material in days The Chicago Salvage Co is a compl1nyof capitalists under the laws of Illinois whoso special aim it is to buy entire stocks for Spot Cashat loss then tho actual cost of the raw material to manufacturer as they have done in The immense building is now closed to remark and rearrange tho stock and will open again at 9 A Mat S GOLDSTEINS ON MAIN STREET STANFORD KY for 10 days This immense stock consists of Mens Women and Children Clothing Dry Goods Hats Furnishing Goodi triflingcostTim sensation of the day the wonder of the hour Goldsteins on Main Street outfitters for Men Women and Children Entire 820000 stock to be eold in 10 days by tho Chicago Salvage Co Hero RcwUOlothingstock is to ho slaughtered at such low prices but nevertheless is Is tho Truth and we merely IJjkou to come and tort our statements Thu oponing trill be made It gala day Bring the children there will be music all day It will pay yea to come 100 miles to visit this sale Excursion ratos on all railroads ml1tcridlIlirCLOSEDOurRead Read Prices Wrecked In Every Line Mens Suits Mens flue suits cheviot and Scotch plaids worth 812 or your money refunded at any time during this sale if you are not satisfied 8205 d sDtens splendid suits in velour finished Caasimeres all sizes This is positively worth 815 or your money back 405 Satin lined Dressed Suits in plain checks and stripes This suit is positively worth 1650695- At 8998 Each You are free to choose a Suit or Overcoat worth 822 to 2250 from 20 lots of as finely made and elegantly finished SUIts and Overcoats as the most fastidious dress er could desire in home and foreign suitings and of style and tone and in a great variety of effects tailored into garments of faultless fashion 008 IT Overcoats Mens fine 810 Overcoats sale yrice 285 Mens fine 812 Overcoats sale price 365 Mens fine S15 Overcoats satin I lined sale price 545 Mews fine 820 Overcoats silkand satin lined 52 inches long sale price 745 r Pants Mens fine dress pants worth 350 or your money refunded78c trllens fine Trousers for Sunday stripes7ositively pr money refunded 130 Furnishing Fine dress shirts worth 75c at 19c atlOcIKnox shapes worth 350 and none less than 250 at 98c Mens good Winter Underwear all sizes worth 50c at 19o A few Boys Hats and Caps worth 81 at lOc Mens fine silk embroidered suspenders worth 50c at 6c 3cvuuuFor Rent All store fixtures for sale Must be sold in 10 days Chicago Salvage Co 20 000 tackOf TailorMade Clothing Shoes Has Been By Wait at Over 500 Neckties in all shades worth from 60 to 75c at13cM- ens Handkerchiefs worth 25c 30 Overalls best goods worth 81 39c Trunks good size worth 85 at 153 Sweaters worth from 75c to 7- 50at19c up Mens Work Gloves and Mittens 3c Mens fine silk hose worth 50c 7c Boys and ChildrensSuits 1000 pairs of Boys knee pants worth 50c at 9c Thirty distinct effects in Boys ultra fashionable knee suits in all tho swellest novelty nnd staples worth 88 1000 and 1200 all go 198 Boys Suits worth 83 at 98e 1000 pairs Boys knee pants worth 75c at 29c Twill toweling worth 8c linen toweling worth 12c8o Turkish toweling worth 25cl2Ac Lot 18x36 towels 20c values fc One lot towels 40c values1Do6- 6inch red table linen yard100 Unbleached table linen 75c value yard 39c- Halfbleached table linen 50c val ue yard 39c- 68inch halfbleached table linen 81 value 43c Dress Skirts Our entire line is strictly up to date mau tailored skirts in the pop ular fabrics Meltons Plaids Vene tians Serge Broadcloth Lustres Mo hairs Panamas Voiles etc in light and medium weights andall the wanted colors have been grouped together in the following lots Our 300 to 4 00 skirts goat 98o 500 to 000 skirts go at 195 600 to 750 skirts go at 390 800 to 1200 skirts go at 485 300 wrappers all colors and sizes worth up to 150 for 79c Corsets Easy graceful formfitting corset in all the celebrated makes in military and straight front Our price 23c up Dress Goods Slaughter Lot 150 and 125 finest all wool dress goods solo price 89o 20 pieces dress goods assorted kinds worth 125 and 135 ydsale price 71c 25 pieces woolen dress goods in all shades and extra width includ ing 75o and 85o goods all at 29o Childrens Underwear Fleeced lined pants or vests worth 35o a1OuRib- bed and flcecetl lined vests worth 25e8cDomestics 1000 yards best 8c blue black and gray prints sale price 4Jo Splendid turkey red table linens worth 80c sale price12o5000 yards muslin sold at this sale per yard 60 5000 yards best Amoske and Belle Haven ginghams sale prlce40 Flanneland Flannelettes Shaker flannel in plaids and stripos yard 41c Extra heavy striped Shaker flannel yard 6Jc Silkoline plain colored and widths yard 7c Figured silkolino for draperies and quilts 710 Ladies UnderwearC- orset covcrs5worth 81 sale pricc43c Fleecelined union suits vests and Jlrice2110Pleecedlin 50c sale prico 16o An immense reduction in table lin ens towels ginghams flannels mull line eheotings lace curtains bed spreads laces ribbons 40 inch lugh grade Sicilian worth 85o this sale Mo- 42inch Voile black worth 815079c 3G inch Mohair blackworth 15070e 22in Black Armuro worth 8150 69c 36in 81 heavy black Taffeta for59c A fine line of dress trimmings velvets laces etc Embroideries all stylos and widths very rent patterns at just ONKHAIV what other stores ask Amoskog apron ginghams comfort calicoes unbleached muslin bleached shcotlugHockdalo of above of domestics in bolts Come ahd pick them out at this mighty sale Ladies handkerchiefs worth 60 lOc 15c anti 25c at Ic 80 40 8c Lace Curtains Fine curtains 81 yds long 100 value pair 89c Fine curtains 66 curI79c Cotton Goods MOO yds calicoes all colors 4oyd800U1000 yards Turkish towelsSoC- rash toweling worth 10c4o yard 6000 yds light and dark percales at 6c Ladies and Childrens Hosiery Childrens ribbed cotton hose value a pair 7c Ladies Dislo hose worth 35c per pair marked l4c Ladies heavy fast black hose 15 cent values per pair 7c Mens cotton working hose 15 cent kind per pair 7c Ladies 50 cent lace and silk em broidered hose per pair 28o Notions Hooks tend eyes 2 dozen on card 20 Pins Ic needles Ic best elastic per yard 5c Ladies and childrens hoso ers 7o Crochet cotton 2 spools for thim bles lc tape roll Ic darning cotton Ic Wire hair phlslo500 leather bags worth 8250 Sale price lOc anti 39o Blankets 10 quarter colored blanketsworth 75o at 48c WAIT WATCH WAITLincoln Countys Greatest Sale will open THURSDAY DEO 10at 0 A M Do not confound this with socalled other sales Make no mistake Look for our Name Above the Door Railroad tare Paid on all Purchases of 825 and over within radius of 20 miles S cOxDSrEIJSTANFORD KENTUCKY Positively no Goods Sold and no One Allowed in Building until DEC 10 Look for tho Largo Black Sign CHICAGO SALVAGE COMPANY x 4y S Entire stock now owned CAUO SALVAGE COsubo opens THURSDAY DEC 10 nudlaits 10 dnys Closed Days Name to 9 10 incorporated THURSDAY DECEMHIR Gospel Silkand overcoatings Mens Goods hundred Store Hats at of Linens at4cP- ure Sicilians go embroideries Nottingham Nottingham Hump support THURSDAY byjthoOHI ridiculously 11 quarter colored blankets worth 81 TOo 12 quarter superior colored blankets worth 8160 Itt 700 Bed Spreads 8125 and 100 values solo lingo 79ei9JJc82COShoes Almost Given Away An enormous stock of fine shoes at greatoatlions single and double solo ball and lace Show London oap exten lion soles ovary pair guaranteed for good wear Many of this lot were sold for 800 none worth loss than 080YouthsMans Shoos for businoea wear that Manystylesworth 860 our price 119- Mens fine drew shoos rondo from selectedcalfskin and viol kid heat MoKayand actually worth 400uow818985 Shoes our pricc82 39 Hero tho greatest chance in the thehestcertainly equal to any 550 or 600 mnllofromkid Those shoes compare with the most expensive shoes on the market All go in this sale at280La- dies and Misses Shoes Ladies hue vici kid shoes buttonttipworthOver 2000 pairs of the spring sea son goods hand sewed lace or button pntentleatherfar the best of any shoes brought to this market all sizes and widths well 8185One 8138Lot88pInfantsworth 75c Price 39c Wanted J 25 Salesladies anCiI25 Salesmen Apply at Once 0