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CLOAKS
Wn can xurcly please you in this department as there are so
many styles to select from the Empire the Paddock the Au
to Coat looso and tight fitting
RAIN COATS
This very practical and stylish garment is more populnr than
ever Wo now have u larger and prettier lino than at any
time this season You like others will bo surprised at what
pretty coats we have at 89 810 81250 and 815 Misses rain
coats at 81575 and 8750
OUR READYMADE GAR
MENT SECTION
TIio ever increasing demand for readymade wearing npparel
for Indies lias forced im to enlarge this department We have
now a very complete line of tailormndo suits cloaks rain coat
skirts waists pjlticoats furs and childrens cloaks We are
thowing the very newest styles from the very best maker Wo
have beet congratulated by those who have looked upon the
variety and beauty of our goods and last but not least the rea
sonableness of tits price
FURS
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This seasons fura arc the best and prettiest we have ever
shown All shapes andfurs at 8150 to 815
New Silk Waists in Black Solid and Changeable at 81 to JO
CHILDRENS CLOAKS
Wd carry all kinds and sizes from the infants to girls 10
years of age Wo call especial attention to the bear skin
cloaka and the real email cloaks for girls 8 to 14 years old
I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I
BTANFOUD KY Nov 17 1005
JUST received a fresh supply of Im
ported Olive Oil nt Pennys Drugstore
Nowl Its Pennys White Pine nnd
Tar See our window Pennys Drug
j Store
ยต
if PERSONALS
MR E D KENNEDY is back from
Lexington MRS ANNIE LASLEY of Orange
Tex Is with friends here
i MRS ADAM PETIIY of tho Ottcnhcln
section is ill with pneumonia
liONS K L HunuLE and J M Al
verson were in Ixnilsvlllc this week
1 MK WALTER GHEENINO of Lexing
ton was here on business this week
MAYOK A B FLORENCE returned to
the oil fields of Wayne county Wcdnes
day MR A C SINE went to Eubank
j Wednesday to organize a Tent of Mac
cabeca
l cabecsMIS9 MOLLIB BROOKS of Crab Orch
ard was hero yesterday with Miss Tev
t Is Carpenter
pII MANIEY ALBRIGHT of Urodhcad was
L here Tuesday on his way to Mlddloburj
to visit relatives
t JUDGE R C WARREN and wife nt
tended the burial of Dr James M Hoi
loway in Louisville
MR A C ALKORD and wife will move
next week Into their pretty new cot
Uge on Logan Avenue
l OUR friend J Wesley Hughes fell
from his barn loft in tho West End the
other day and was badly hurt
MRS JOSEPH COHKEY returned to
9London Wednesday with Mm W II
Dillion who has been her guest
MISSES KATIE DENTON and Hatt <
Upplngton of Lexington will arrive
today to visit Miss Minnie Woods
H CLAY TIIOMISON JR who has
been seriously 111 for the past three
weeks ls rapidly recovering london
Local MR OSCAR HUFFMAN son of Mr 0
P Huffman of this place will son be
gin tho erection of a handsome home In
Danvlllo
DanvilleHoN S OWSLKY Sn and Mlssw
yjHost
Miss
< Linda and Emma Owsley went to
Nashville Wednesday to visit the famll
of Mr W It Mnnler
EVERKTT STONE who has n good 110
altlon on tho Lexington Herald Is
spending a few days with his parents
Mr and Mrs Leo II Stone
Mu M CRUTCIIKIELD of West Ha
den Ind Is hero attending tho trial
of James Carter charged with killlni
his nephew Cecil Crutchficld
MISs PATSY PREWITT entertained a
to few friends Informally Wednesday eve
nlng at her homo on East Maxwcl
Street with a card partyLax Herald
DR P W LOGAN of Martinsville
id is hero with Mr J S locket
Ho says that his wife Is still n great
sufferer from rheumatism but Is some
what better than she was
MESSRS CARROLL U AND LESLIE M
REll who have been with their run
ners nt nil the prominent race track
in the country this year nro at homo
nt Hustonvillo for tho winter
DR AND MRS CAM WIIKELBR pass
ed throu h Icxll ton Sunrlny momlnJ
fromtNewnYorknwhen
on their way from New York where
Dr Wheeler Is taking a special course
SheUoville having been called thereby
to
by tho death of Mrs Wheelers father
Heraldw
LOCALS
SILVER novelties at Muellers
TUB town cock Is on strike that h
it has quit striking
SALT sago and pepper for hog kil
ling T D Newland
SEe our Japanese ware for Xmas
rSEE
I r presents L M Hucy Co
GUNS gun coses shells cleaning rods
etc W N Craig pharmacist
Ii FRUITS of all kinds for cakes good
eating apples etc T D Nowtand
NOT a bit too early to make your se
lectlon now W H Mueller jeweler
nESn canned nml evaporated
fruits just received at G D Hopper
TnV a load of our BIuo Gem coal
Makes no clinkers J H Haughman
LOT Co of pure bred black Langshan
roosters for sale E II Bcnzley
Stanford
I NEW lines of goods r arriving at L M
Huey Gos this week Call and In
spect them
NEW line of belts and neckwear at
L M Huey Cos
liitmo your prescriptions to Dr W
Ni Craig for low prices and best ser
vice
LAP robes horse blankets blizzan
storm fronts for buggies etc J C
McClary
THOSE owing mo for threshing or lor
goods aro urgently requested to settlo
at once James N Cash
CAM and sea ono of tho grcatcs
lines of overcoats nnd suits ever on
sale In tho East End W E Perkins
Crab Orchard
LKT tho Central Kentucky Real E
late Exchange Title Co help you sell
your farm or buy ono If you should beI
in tho market for such
I WILL have a display of fancy work
at my homo tho first week In Dcccm
her The ladles are invited to call am
soolt Mrs C L Carter Stanford
Foil SAIB House and a acres of
land one mile south of McKinney on
Mlddlcburg pike property of Mrs Lu
cy Lewis For terms apply to J F
Cash Turncrsvllle
THE Kentucky taS Journal Frank
fort has a sixcolumn quarto press
In good condition for sale very cheap
Write at onco to W P Walton Lex
Ington or Frankfort
Juuus HELM Negro was w
rested Tuesday charged with robbing
John Proctor of his watch The grand
jury indicted him and tho chances arc
ho will go over the road
I
CArT UOYIK 0 Hopes president oi
tho Boyle National Hank and ono ol
the wealthiest men In Danville is dead
Ho was a splendid gentleman and as a
citizen Boyle county had no better
Peace to his ashes
T
WILL T LOGAN has bought the Iovl
Hubble farm of D Mack Phelps at 55
Tho place contains 257 acres and is ono
of the very best farms in tho Shelby
City section Wo hopo Mr Phclps will
buy another farm in this county
Mn M E PKUITT of Morcland who
has embarked in tho hotel business at
Burnside orders hi I J sent to him
laying I want to keep apace with the
news of Lincoln county while here
He is also doing n livery and undertak
ing business
BuowNProf I N Brown of
Lcycl Green Kockcastlo county isdcad
after a long illness Ho was n well
known school teacher and newspaper
correspondent having written for say
eral weekly papers over the nom do
plumo of Buck Varnon Ho was a
brother of Attorney John W Brown of
Mt Vernon
DIDNT VonMr A W Carpenter
is ono of tho few Lincoln county people
I who did not indulge in the right of suf
I rage on tho 7th I vote neither for
democrats nor republicans and as I was
running alone on tho pmhibiton ticket
I decided to stay at home said he
Mr Carpenter Is very much gratified
at receiving the good vote ho did
CIRCUIT CouuTMost of Tuesday
and Wednesday was taken up securing
a jury In tho case of James Carter
charged with killing Cecil Crutchfield
a lance near Ottonheim in July last
After tho regular panel had been ex
hausted CO men werO summoned to se
lect n jury from After considerable
trouble and delay tho following gentle
men wero accepted James IL Pruitt
C Y Hanson Crate Tarter C P
Brown Wm Epperson D M Llpps
Jerry Briscoe Arthur Carter Carroll
Shanks L P Weaver McKee Hiiro
N Mh Buchanan The Commonwealth
lias a large number of witnesses and
nil of yesterday was taken up with the
examination of them While the evi
dence adduced was damaging in tho
extreme it is hard to oven guess what
tho verdict will be as Carter has never
shown his hand Ho Is defended by
ludgo M C Sauflcy and Messrs Hob
jrt Harding and W S Burch Mr J
S Owsley Is assisting Commonwealths
Attorney Charles A Hurdin and Coun
ty Attorney Harvey Helm in tho pros
ecution The case will not likely reach
the jury before Saturday Tho grand
jury was allowed two additional days
to complete its labors Dick Chandler
und Elmoro Slier and Misses Lena Sta
n and Ethel Delanoy charged as ac
cssorics in tho killingof young Crutch
Held were not indicted
J
RAKE up your leaves and notify Weed
Smith who will haul them away fre
of charge
LoSTA ladys silver purse Fim
er please leave with Mrs Richard C
Warren and receive reward
I AM readyto slaughter your hog
Give mo a trial Will guarantee satis
faction J A Estes Stanford
AN exchange and bazaar will bo giv
en by the ladies of tho Christian church
on Wednesday before Thanksgiving
DONT forget the Columbus Dlshop
sale at his late residence near McCoi
macks church next Saturday Nov 18
WANTED A reliable man to take
charge of farm Single man preferred
For information address J W Eu
I
banks Hubble
A SOCIAL will be given at the home
of Mrs Steele Bailey on Friday 17th
between the hours of 1 and 5 r M
Come and bring your lOc See your
friends and help a good cause Candy
extra YOUK attention is called to tho odvcr
tiscmcnt of Hugh Murray the Danviil
jeweler and opthalmologist which op
pears on our first page Read it Tues
days and Fridays and you will find thnt
it will be time well spent
IN your list of those who did good
work for tho democratic ticket you
should havo included Jones Baughman
said a West End democrat to us the
other day lie worked like a Turk on
tho day of the election and for a wee
or so before and his work counted he
added heI
addedNOTici
NOTICE TO TAXrAYFltSl or ono of
my deputies will be at Crab Orchard on
Nov 18th at 0 K Nov 21st Waynes
burg 22nd Kingsvillc 23rd McKinney
24th Hustonville 25th for tho purpos
of collecting taxes Penalty will be addei
Nov 30 Will havo road claims with
mo M S Baughman S L C
OPEN SESSION There will be an op
en session of tho literary societies of
tho Stanford Graded School at their
building on Friday Nov 24th A nom
sal charge of 10 and 15c will bo made
I Reserved seats 25 cents Will the
friends and patrons come and show the
pupils the appreciation duo them 1 I
BOONE Mrs C W Boono died at
i her home in tho Maywood section Wed
nesday of malarial fever aged 52 Shi
Is survived by her husband and the fol
lowing children all of whom aro grown
J H Morgan Ohio and Charley
Boone Mrs N W Hughes and Mia
Sallie Boone Mrs Boone who was a
Miss Faubush prior to her marriage
was n devout member of the Christian
church nnd a splendid woman The bur
ial occurred at tho family burying
ground at 1 oclock yesterday afternoon
after services by Eld J G Livingston
A good wife and kind and Indulgent
i mother has gone to her reward May
I realize that their
those who weep soon
loss is her eternal gain
HOLLOWAY Dr James Montgomery
lollowoy who married a sister of
edge R C Warren of this place died
nt his homo in lonisvllle aged 71 Of
him the CourierJournal says in part
In addition to attending to his private
practice which at ono time was prob
ibly larger than any other physician in
Louisville ho found time to write sci
entific articles for the leading medical
ournals of tho country lie has held
hairs in several medical colleges of
Louisville and was ono of tho organ
zcra of tho Hospital School of Medicine
During the last few years of his life he
had devoted the greater part of his
time to writing having given up much
or his private practice Ills health had
been failing rapidly for the last three I
months but he had been confined to his
bed only one week Death was duo to
ntorstitlal nephritis Dr Holloway was I
born in Lexington July 14 1833 When I
12 years of age he went with his father
to Grand Gulf Miss where his father
m ono of tho prominent merchants of I
the South At tho ago of 16 Dr Hollo
way entered Oakland College Miss
inhere ho remained two years Ho next
entered Centro College at Danville and
was a member of the famous class of
1855 notable for the number of distin
guished men graduated In it among
hem having been Gov Crittenden of
lissouri W C P Hreckb ridge Judge
ontaino Fox Boyd Winchester and
T Z Morrow Dr Holloway issurviv
ed by his wife and a number of child
rent
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A NICE selection of signet rings nt
Muellers
BUTCHER knives sausage mills lafl1
pressers at Farris
JONES On tho morning of Nov 9
1905 God in his infinite wisdom tool
to Himself Mrs Bula Jones wire oC
George B Jones and daughter of Mrs
Lucy Holtzclaw She had been a pa
tlent sufferer for almost a year While
her sufferings were intense she bon
them patiently About five weeks ago
thinking she might Improve by the
change she camo to the homo of her
mother but her strength gradual
grew leas until the lest All was don <
that kind hands could do to alleviate her
pain but to no avail She was a memo
her of the M E church and had lived
1 a devoted Christian lifo for about 10
years Her faith never faltered She
said while nearing the end Jesus is
with me Jesus is so precious I an
almost home and urged her loved
ones to meet her in heaven She was
happily married about four years age
to Mr George B Jones of Winchester
I where they made their home Much
sympathy is felt for the brokenhearted
I
husband bereaved relatives and friends
who mourn her loss The remains were
laid to rest Friday morning in the Win
chester cemetery after services at the
M E church by Rev J R Savage
A SISTER
Additional Local on Second Page
For Sale Privately
My home and JO acres of land situated
Just outride u town limit on the Somcnet
pike Home has 7 rooms kitchen and ter
rants room good cellar stable and all
accessary outbuildings Water hydrant In
the yard and one for stock
J P BAILEY
PUBLIC SALE
As executor of Alfred Klnipi > on twill nt
hla Into residence mnr lloneyvllleon
TirKrtDAYNOVarril
k1Int publlcouter Lle purfconnl property
conilHtini principally of n Y horse wagon
wheat drill twine binder mower tiny ruke
cutting harrow nil In excellent condition
ID shunt 6 hogs nndy to butcher I yrnrllnu
lonh1 heifer 2 milk rows X splendid
lirood mnrii 111111 work horsere Imrrelii
of corn I M shocks sugarcane lot of fodder
17 fat turkeys Ac
Terms will In announced on day of sale
MILTON HlMlMJN Executor
Sale Of Personalty
h
I will sell nt my farm known ns the cims
Ormnn place nUmtiimlleK from Stanford
on Danville pike on
TUKMDAY 1 > KO 6T1I
Tho following iiipouml cattle 1 pair
UKM mules 1 Syenrolit mule 1 yearling
mule l family horse 1 brood mure ISstncks
of liny 1 straw rick 1 hors power 1 binder
1 mowers 1 hay rakt 1 norse WOKOII 1
tprliiKwiiKon iKrnln drill I corn planter
plow harrows Imrnesx and n numlivr of
IIrtlell usoful to filmier
Torms made known on tiny of Mile
JII 3IcIhiTtm Hit
J 1 ClmlHllor Aucr
PUBLIC SALE I
On Hntlirday Nov IS I will offer nt one
lion tilt tollowIII1 One SOhorse power cen
tre crunk llrownell engine 1 steel tulnilnr
Killer have lately put In It M new lines The
machinery IK In A 1 condition iilwi the nec
essary machinery for cuttliiK spokes and
lathes nil now 1 islnrh Kreneh lluhr Mill
Iomplet1 cow II lit eotnahellerlnouso
hold furniture etc unu other thing too
mimiTou to mention At2v M ut court
house I will otter for ode n lot of silver tad
plated ware knives and forks Also n lot of
Imndimlnted dlnhex which will IH > on exhi
hit Ion until day of snlent Lync llrot Drug
Blore Imdlessuet oatwrlnlly Invited
Will also rent nliont 10 acres of liiiut for
rnsh when xnesslun Is clvon
JII JIljKKHrtONOrnbOrclinrd
JaI Traijlor t
mIALn IIC
BHlsln Branflu Wines Beer
Guars Etc
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Jsrptnter House
OlOSM to Depot
DepotSTAfIFO KY
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Prompt ttiiscitt ollie nil on Nothing tout III tc >
oJrnH Wll phone tr t l < grsph orJtrs > celve
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Hi1ie6t Mike
Boots SJ50
New Stock I
All Sizes
Cummins tcCJaryr
S Stanford
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Our Offer To The Public
The stock of Dry Goods that we bought of
Mr John P Jones is one of the cleanest and
most uptodate stock of goods to be found ti
anywhere And after filling in with a few
Staple and Fancy Articles which were need
ed we feel safe in saying that we are offering
asNice
Nice a Stock of Dry Goods y
and Notions as Can
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Be Founda
In connection with this we have a full line of
I5aJlcl lOc Goods k
I M1
If Which will be to your advantage to inspect
Also a small stock of Shoes which we will
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close out at Cost We respectfully solicit your
I patronage and guarantee our goods to be ex y
actly as represented
L M HUBY CO
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