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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h qI I I THE INTERIOR JOURNALp i vol xxxiii STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 21 1905 NO 72 HUSTONVILLE Misa Alice Dryo was nt home Sunday from Danville Drilling for gas nt Mt Salem con tlnuCB with Rood prospects of a strike About 1000 worth of turkeys were sold In the West End last week at 12ic on foot If you want to see something real pretty take u peep at S D Yowells China display Rev S U Lander preached two ex cellent sermons nt the Presbyterian church Sunday Tho Dlnwiddio cottage is nearing completion and will bo a comfortable home for some family G W Burton Is back from Cincinna ti where ho sold a car load of hogs und ono of cattle nt good prices John G Lynn bought of James N Cash 1500 bushels of millet seed for May delivery nt a good price Mr Owen McIntyre the indefatig able outside man of the Danville News spent Saturday here gathering up news etcWith three saloons our people should not want for anything in the drink line T J Dell is the lost to open a bar room here John G Lynn and wife nro delighted with the West End people who they say have been exceedingly kind to them In every way Rev S n Lander Irof Rico S Eu bank and others were guests nta splen did oclock dinner at Mr and Mrs John DlnwJddioa a tow evenings since Mrs Dr Fowler was here Saturday Judge tafe Sharp of Liberty passel i through returning from Louisville where he ought a large very stock of goods Judge William Myers and Dr J C Barker big holders of Heaver Creek oil slock tell us that oil still flows from their wells und that the future of their holdings grow brighter and brighter- A letter from Miss Mollie Hopper stated that shcnnd her father had ar rived in Southern California where they will ep end tho winter She is de lighted with the climate on the golden coastCharles Wheelers Emporium isdoing such u thriving buslnowt that more clerks have loon added Mrs John A Blain and Miss Eille Sandidgo now us eist Misses Maggie Campbell and Aria T Carpenter has the biggest cuihaw that has been raised in tho West End in years It is SO inches long 36 Inches in circumference and weighs Si pounds Show n bigger one and get the J three months free 1A R C Uinwltldlc lIu8lonlIIelI liveryman ia uldlllg new horses and rigs every few days and stilt he can hardly supply tho demand for turnouts If he Unt getting rich there is no money in tho livery business Rufus Lipps is running the Huston ville Roller Mills alone while his father It serving his county ns a juror in tho Carter CMC Ilufe to equal to tho emergency however and keeps tho lid on tight ns Toddy would say I J G Woatherford Co arc doing th tijr buiinuM they deserve and tholr Boro is always crowded An advertisement now and then in taw INTBIUOK JoiRNAl has proven money wolf spent with them They nro also doing con Kiderable fence advertising just now Rural Free Delivery Route No2 will start up Doc with Walter Carson carrier and W P Carson substitute The route is down Uradfontavillo pike to foot of knob down by Nuoleys Gap down Brush Creek to Celeste thence Liberty pike at Steps up Liberty pike t Winter Wrights back by Mrs JOn nio Caq entcra to HuHtonville Our people generally tool sad at los t ing Mr C T Itohon and his good fam ily from our midst This section never had a better citizen than this clever gentleman who has just cast his lot with tho people of Marion county That ha and his may live longand prosper is the sincere Wish of our people irre spective of size color ago or political r limitation A fairly good crowd attended James Fryes sale Saturday afternoon but the prices realized were not satisfactory in l all cases Mr Frye nnd his excellent r family will move to Lexington in a few days and thus Hustonvillu will lose some of its very best citizens It is y sincerely hoped that Mr F will make enough money in a few years and re turn to his old home where ho will bo received with open arms Huaionville claims the best horse market in this section of the bluo grass Ie more good horses are raised and sold hero than any place of similar size It 4 is also the home of some splendid sires two of which are known all over Ken tucky Gallon W M Dodds great son of Gambetta Wilkes and Dignity Dare the best son of Chester Dare and own ed by D Spllly Carpenter Thousands of dollars worth of their colts aro sold yearly over flOOOa worth of the lat tore having changed hands since Jan 1 Two of them sold for 1000 only a few months ago J W Allen and Lud Evans Saturday from Green River returnedI caught 16 bass weighing four pounds Master Francis Weatherford the boy organist of tho Presbyterian church here is the corning artist of his charm ing profession nnd is destined to rank with the masters Ho must bo heard to be properly appreciated The Katie Williams Comedy Co with 12 people will hold the boards at Al corns Opera House on Nov 27 28 nnd 29 nt popular prices Secure your seats nt S D Yowclla now and avoid tho rush to see one of the boat companies on the road An effort will be made to have the next meeting of the National Fox Hunters Association held here Their meetings arc attended by members from all over the country and as a rule are n high class of people Our country is admirably adapted to the sport and Is well supplied with foxes Our hotels are second to none and a hospitable people will welcome them In our midst George Hicks and family of near Mt Salem have moved to IJurnsidc where ho has secured a good position Barnes Wenren and wife are spending a week in our city Mrs J W Hoskins and the AllHsses Cunningham of Iowars store section were among the numer ous showers here last week Charles Lutes and family have moved to the Harry Baughman farm John Gruhtis has rented tho James Fryo farm for next year W D Stngg and family who have ably managed tho Exchange Hotel at Liberty for several years will move to the Logan property and take advantage of our graded school We ex tend to them a cordial welcome Her many friends arc gland to see Miss Katherine Alcorn out again She was with typhoid fever for a month or more Miss Lorn Bohon has had as her fuotit for several days Miss Mabel McWhorter of Crab Orchard They are both students at Stanford Male nnd Female Seminary George D Weath orford and Willie Doc Dryo are at Russell Springs the former for his health and the latter to hunt Mr Weatherford has been troubled with rheumatism since his spell of fever A Jerry Adams and Howard Camnitz went to Taylor county to hunt birds but they saw so many posted farms they returned next day with no game Mrs D J Newburn spent a few days in Danville Miss Minnie Dinwiddic who with her sister Miss Mnttlo Din widdie is doing well with her warding house at 803 West Chestnut Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr nnd Mrs John Dinwiddic Lincoln county people should bear in mind this splendid place to stop while in the Fulls City Mrs Mary Jones of Lebanon is with friends here CHURCH MATTERS E L Morgan formerly of boxing ton now now Police Judge of Lawton 0 T will leave the law to become a Methodist minister Tin Methodists are doing a great work Missionaries of tho American church speak no fewer than 27 lan guages There lire COOO of these work ors and 160000 Christians undor thejn Tho revival meeting which has been in progress at Mt Pleasant Baptist church in Jossamino county for tho past two weeks conducted by Dr J F Williams and Rev J T DoHa has closed Thoro woro 50 conversions as a mult of the meeting There have Lean 11 additions to the M E Church South and the meeting has boon a great blowing to many Christian Rev Grlnstoijd is still preaching with groat susceptibility at 2SIO nnd 7 r each day A number are to be baptized and received into the church Sunday evening Jessamine Journal d When You Have a Bad Cold You want u remedy that will not only give quick relief but olTent n purmnnont euro You want a remedy that will relieve tho lungs and keep expectoration easy You want ft remedy that will conn tract oat tendency toward pneumonia You want n remedy that is pleasant anti safe to take- Chamberlains Cough Honicdy meets nil of these requirements and for tho speedy and permanent euro of bad colds stands without a peer For sale by pal druggists Tho Goebel Monument Commission held a meeting at Frankfort and ad journed without taking action further them extending nine months the time or Charles F Nehause of New York to make tho model Tho bust presented was only four and onehalf while the commission has directeda life aizo statue Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This is the most successful medicine In tho world for bowel complaints and Is the only remedy that will cure chronic diar rhoea Every bottle Is warranted For sale by all druggists INEWS NOTES bales of cotton was destroyed in a fire at Columbns Ga Two men were killed by an explosion in a powder factory at Edwards III Mm Cash Wilson of Davless county was burned to death while cooking din ner Believing he had murdered his wife Alexander Labrie n wealthy Canadian farmer hanged himself Alvin Dlllingham was fatally wound ed while hunting near Nortonvllle His gun accidentally discharged Henry Klnir father of Hon William Klnir of Lcxingtbn died in Louisville ot pneumonia Ho was a tailor Mrs August Scolisc was burned to death and her husband fatally injured in a fire nttheir homo at North Claren don Ia Tho Court of Appeals of Kentucky has ruled that a County Fiscal Court may appoint one and only one road supervisor in the county The battleship Kentucky holds the record for an American warship for having sent a message tho longest dis lance by wireless telegraph Mrs John E Madden declares sho is satisfied with the courts decision in her alimony case but that she has not given up her fight for her two boys The Pennsylvania State Board of Par dons has commuted to lifo imprison ment tho death sentence of James W Ezcll the young Kentuckian recently convicted of murder At a special meeting of the board of trustees of the Mutual Lifo Insurance Company President McCurdy announc ed that his salary had been reduced one half at his own request Believing that her husband Edward II Smith intended calling on Mrs Alice Lowman a widow Mrs Ada Smith of Anderson Indshot and probably fatally wounded Mrs Low manTestifying In a divorce suit in Chi cago Mrs Charles M Weightman said she burned 10000 in cash and securi ties when she reached the conclusion that her husband had married her for her money A number of policyholders in Central Kentucky of the oldline life in surance companies met in Lexington with a view of securing proxies which shall bo voted under Thomas W Law sons directions Following the oldfashioned style of football Palo gave Princeton n 23 to 4 beating the worst in many years but the Princeton team had the satisfaction of breaking Yales clear record by a beautiful 43 yard drop kick by Tookcr George Lnnkin who was in the shoe business in Mt Sterling for manyycara and recently died there told n man on his death bet that his name was Patrick McMurray und that in his youth 25 years ago be had killed in Detroit a man who had betrayed his McMurrnys fiancee Fred Fleck an old locomotive en gineer of the Pennsylvania road says he has received a letter from Andrew Carnegie inclosing n check for 1000 to pay for a luncheon years ago when ho was riding with tho engineer Mr Carnegie it appears was ravenously hungry and gladly lined on tho con tents of Flecks dinner pall He has now paid for that meal PUNY c lTDREN Words of Interest to Every Mother in Stanford Surely mothora aro not to blame for that which they cannot help to said Mr Penny of Pennys Drug Store our well known druggist during n recent interview but when we see so many thin palefaced anti puny children on our streets we cannot help fooling that mothers aro to blame and we wish wo could tell every mother in Stanford what Vinol will do for her children If Vinol is not n patent medicine but it contains in a highly concentrated form nil the strengthcreating and bodybuilding elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers without grease or oil It docs not upset the stomach like old fashm ioned cod liver oil and emulsions and its taste is so delicious that children love it- Vinol strengthens the most delicate stomach makes rich red blood builds strong bone structure creates hard firm flesh tissue and rosychecked sturdy children are tho inevitable re sultMrs Jennie Purse of Mansfield Ohio says that her little boy had over studied and was so run down that he was a mere shadow Vinol made him n strong well boy in a remarkably short time Mr Penny of Pennys Drug Store says For both children and adults Vinol is the greatest strengh creator body builder and healthrestorer we have ever sold and we will gladly re fund the money paid for it in every case where it fails to give satisfaction Pennys Drug Store ox IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Kendrick Kelley has completed the assessment of Junction City nnd finds it about 14300- 0SheriffElect John L Forsythe of Mercer has taken the bankrupt law His debts aggregate 40000 nnd his assets 8600 A report from Knox county says James McNabe shot and killed his son who was drunk nnd was threatening to exterminate tho family Tho ttiree ycar old daughter of John Burdetteof Marion caught fire and was burned to death before assistance could reach her Her dress caught fire from n grate George Sherk an employe of tho Somerset Electric Light Company was struck by a pipe from the engine and instantly killed lie was attempting to shut off the engine when killed George Hunn and J L Rose of Shel by City have leased the new roller mill at that place from Mr W II Hogon The mill is now completed and will begin operation next week as Tho Shelby City Roller Milling Co Aunt Judah Atkins the oldest woman in Kentucky died at her home in this city at tho age of 120 years says a Danville dispatch She was a servant in the home of Isaac Shelby the first Governor of Kentucky when he began his career as Chief Executive nt Lexington in 1792 The Advocate learns not from an of ficial source but from pretty good authority that the Southern Railway has decided to open the Danville exten sion for passenger service on December The Cincinnati Southern is prepar ing a new time card to conform to tho Southern Railway schedule and this in a measure confirms the report that the date for opening the new line has really been definitely determined upon Ad vocate The Queen Crescent will double its track from Somerset to Oak daleD Taylor of Madison county has returned from n visit that has consum ed more than two years He has rime children living in the States of Illinois Missouri Kansas Arkansas and Texas He started from home two years ago in a buggy and drove the entire dis tance from one State to another pay Ing each child a visit of two months or longer until ho had been to sec them all Then he drove back to Kentucky the entire trip covering thousands of miles Mr Taylor stated that ho was 70 years of ago nnd had 27 grandchild ren lie looks young for his ago and is very vigorous Hnrrodsburg Herald SAW FERGIT IT Dont coddle up n woe Dont think about your toe i ocrglt It It only makes you worry And keeps you in a flurry Fergit it to Dont talk of your disaster It makes the tears flow faster Fergitit It only keeps you weeping And hinders you from sleeping Fergit it Dont talk of your mishap Its only one more rap Ferglt It It only can annoy And your ritaeo of mind destroy Forgit Itto Exchange No Caso of Pneumonia on Record Wo do Not know of a single instance where u rough or cold resulted in pneumonia or consumption whon Fo logs Honoy and Tar had been taken It euro coughs and colds perfectly so do not take chnncos with some unknown preparation which may contain opiates which cause constipation n condition that retards recovery from nuohl Ask for Foloys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute of fowl Ioumys Drug Store A young bookkeeper who had not been many years married carefully laid down u picco of bread the other night and said to his wife I wish you could make bread such as mother used to make The young wife smiled nnd remarked in a voice that did not trem ble Well John I wish that you could make the dough that father used to make If A hush as silent as death fell so suddenly that John almost lost breath the bread and dou h question hasnt come up for family dIs- cussion sinc- ePirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley fc Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as n throat nnd lung remedy i und on account of the great merit and popularity of Foloys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Those worthless Imi tations have similar sounding names Beware of them Tho genuine Foleys honey and Tar is in a yellow package Ask for it and refuse any substitute It isthe remedy for coughs and colds Penny 8 Drug Store P sslw A Few words To You Wo cordially invite tho people of Lincoln county and Stanford to visit our store Never before linvo we hindso many of the thoroughly artistic thing Our store room hits been materially enlarged and our stockof goods especially suitable for holiday gifts has bell doubled We are reput ed to be the biggest dealers of the kind in Central Kentucky itudit la our purpose to supply the people of Boy le and adjoining counties with a class of goods that can not be elsewhere gotten outside tho large cjties and ou ac count of our ootiipnratively small expenses we can and will favo you money on higliclns3 jowolry nnd novelties Our optical department lias been improved and better equipped and pa tients suffering from eye defects are especially invited to visit this branchof our businessHUGH MURRAY Danville Kentucky Headquarters For Mens Overcoats Uo 1250 Mens Suits 4M to S15 Boys and Childs Suits SI to 84 Mens High Cut Shoes 2 to 4 Mens Fine Shoes 8125 to 84 Ladies Fine Shoes 81 to 8250 and a most complete Line of Childrens School Shoes Prices lto 2 Dry Goods Cloaks Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc Felt Boots for men and boys Rubbers for men women and children My business has increased that I had to get an experienced salesman and you will find the wellknown Mr W A Carson with me SAMROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Ullili ir r t Bargains In Buggies z On account of having to give pos session of our Buggy House on Jan 1906 we will close out our stock att Reduced Prices You can afford to f buy a Rig now for next Summer H HIGGINS IW STANFORD KY I l= m P S H ALDRIDGE The Tinner Plumber Furnaceyand Pump Man can furnish i you any size shape or price handmade Stove Pipe that you may want See him S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky f weB McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD Sells Knriees Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer a 4 The Interior Journal E C WALTON TilE Department of Agriculturo nt Washington is awaiting tho distribution of 38000000 packages of vegetable and flower seeds to begin December 1 Congress appropriated 290 000 for the purpose and while tho seeds generally are no account they serve to make a constituent believe that his Congressman has not forgotten him and ties him for nnoth r vot The whole business is a fraud used by Congressmen for election purposes A GERMAN statistician has been calculating what part of a womans life is spent before her mirror He begins with six years and ends with 60 and makes the time consumed in all tho intervening periods of 7000 hours or about 10 months of life The statis averjagethe mirror and would spend the other half if she did not want to show other how pretty she is FROM the following dispatch sent from Lawrenceburg one would conclud that heretofore the county judge and county attorney have virtually donated their services to the county At a meeting of the fiscal court of Anderson county the salaries of County Judge John B Shelby was raised to 600 and that of County Attorney W H Morgan t to 400 The dispatch failed to state what these poorly paid officials got before the raise THE Lancaster Record says that the Legislature will stand 63 for Blackburn and 43 for Paynter for US Senator Prof Hughes who is the Records political prohpet during Editor Landramc absence is the worst ever as we have learned from past experience At the lowest estimate Paynter will get 75 votes Any way he will get enough to win in a walk and make Blackburn look like 30 cents e KNOWING ones say that if Senator Blackburn is defeated for U S Sena- tort which he will be he will run for governor In the event he gets the nomination there will be no danger of r his taking the stump for John W Yer kes a threat he made in Cincinnati some months ago Nominating Mr Blackburn might save trouble Suppose we make him the prohibition nom inee for chief executive PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT says that Judge J H Tinsley of Barbourville will be reappointed District Attorney for the Eastern Division of the Feder al court and that should settle the matter Now let him say that Hon George M Davison of this place will continue as Mr Tinsleys assistant and all will be well EDITOR ALBRIGHT of the Mt Ver non Signal is rejoicing over the arrival of a pretty little daughter who with handsome father and mother should make beautiful woman By the way a great many good things are coming Brer Albrights way and we rejoice at- smile bimfortunes on COLLIERS says that several of the patent medicines are nothing but cheap cocktails If this is true it is the biggest ad the medicines ever received People in prohibition sec V tions will fall over themselves in the t rush to get them SENATOR BLACKBURN and his hench men had a meeting at Frankfort Saturday It is not given out what was done but it is generally conceded that the distinguished gentlemen were tryI ing to pick an easy place for the silver tongue Senator to fall on ANOTHER republican paper has turned its toes to the daises The Dover Public Messenger published in Mason county has gone up the flumeIA DETROIT atheist has erected a statue to the devil The chances are he will see how his sata nic majesty appreciates the honor EVEN money W B Haldeman docs not start in the Senatorial race and 10 to 1 he does not reach the quarter pole if he does POLITICAL Lorenzo Cordor has been made post master at Slavens Wayne county Prince Charles of Denmark was x unanimously elected King of Norway by the Parliament The republicans and democrats of the House have each called caucuses to meet in Washington Dec 2 The corner stone of the McKinley monument the gift of the American people was laid at Canton 0 r Mayor Morris of Nashville has ordered the Chief of Police to close the saloons on Sunday if U requires every policeman on the force W R Hearst has certified to the Secretary of State of New York that his expenses during his recent cam paign for Mayor were 65843 A sensation was created in the Supreme court room in New York when it was announced that John Koup ac cured of illegal voting had forfeited a cash bail bond of 5000 and fled r Judge James Hargis and four other nominees on his ticket have filed petitions contesting the election of the Fusion ticket Melville E Ingalls has called amcet ing of tho Municipal Ownership Commission of tho National Civic Federation of which he is chairman to beheld in New York on November 27 Justice Giegerich of the New York Supreme Court rendered a decision on the method at marking ballots which will largely increase the vote of W T Jerome in the recent municipal clc tionThe senatorial campaign in Tennes see is under full headway with Senate E W Carmack seeking to succeed himself and former Gov Robert L Taylor as his antagonist The primary will beheld next May By a vote of 8 to 5 the Board of Consulting Engineers of the Isthmian Canal Commission decided in favor of tho sealevel plan for the Panama canal The foreign engineers are said to have turned the scale in favor of sealcve typeCounsel for W R Hearst will nppl to the New York Supreme Court for an order to open the ballot boxes in the mayoralty race A number of small errors have been found in the tally sheets The grand jury yesterda handed down six more indictments in election cases Here and There Fire in Boston caused a loss of 100 000The relief fund for Russian Jews now amounts to 493651 A prairie fire in South Dakota caused a loss of half million dollars Elijah G Sebree a prominent attor ney of Henderson is dead S C Young one of the oldest and best citizens of Fulton is dead Property worth 250000 was de stroyed by fire at Knoxville Tenn Five Italians were burned to death in a tenement house fire in New York- J A Spoonamoro delivered a lot of corn to J H Baughman CoatI75 J Bledsoe Bailey sold to a Zion City party his fine saddle mare at a fancy figureCharles I Stewart of Philadelphia was shot and killed at Paducah during a street quarrel FOR SALt at bargain 60 acres of land with small house in suburbs of Hustonville Ky Mrs F B Barnett Two torpedo boats collided while ma neuvering near Kiel and one officer and 32 seamen were missing after the ace cidentThe body of Wm Arnold was found in a well at his home at Valley Station and the evidence strongly indicates suicide As a result of the special services at the Danville Baptist church which clos ed a few days ago 2A names were added to the church roll A coroners verdict of guilty was returned at Dayton 0 in the case of Dr Oliver Crook Haugh charged with the murder of his father mother and Brother The Leonora National Bank at MoreI lead closed its doors after being refused issistance from Mt Sterling The capital stock is 25000 and deposits ver 40000 First Lieut Julian M Howard of the iliddlesboro company organized to sup press lawlessness in that section died cd from a pistol would accidentally inflict by himself The Montgomery county Fiscal Court has been asked for a right of way 30 tiles in length by an electric road contemplating the construction ofa line from Paris to Mt Sterling It developed that threats had been lade by anonymous letter writers gainst the life of Prince Louis of attenberg and that he had appealed to the New York police department for protectionIDavid 0 Robinson a guard at the rankfort penitentiary who was shot t the time of the outbreak in 1884 will enter suit for reinstatement to a lifetime position The suit will be based on a resolution of the IegislatureI At the meeting of the National Association of Fox Hunters at Bards town the following officers were elect ecl N W Halstcad president J P Chinn W Wade and Ed Walker vice residents J R Finck secretary and the following directors F W Bohne Claude Meredith Owen Tyler S L ooldridgc Roger D Williams L SIlosseau and Woods Walker President Roosevelt was made an honorory mem be G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years G 13 Burhans of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kldnoy troll ble by taking less than two bottles of oloys Kidney Cure It entirely topped the bricK dust sediment and palo and symptoms of Kidney disease disappeared I am glad to say that 1 lavonever had a return of any of those symptoms during the four years thut have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured and heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to anyone suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Pennys Drug Store MATRIMONIAL John Henry Kirkland an engineer of Lebanon Junction and Miss Pearl Dur ham of Junction City were quietly married at Junction City Judge James B Swing handed flow his decision at Cincinnati in the Madder alimony suit He allows Mrs Madder 250 a month as alimony and 7000 tot expenses of the suit The Madder children are left under the jurisdiction of the Kentucky courU Hunters before daylight found near Barlow City Ky several feet of rail broken from the track of the Illinois Centralextension to Cairo and by- flagging the early passenger train pre vented a wreck When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other un pleasant effect Sold by all druggists LFOR SALEHouse and 11 acres of landone mile south of McKinney on Middlcburg pike property of Mrs Lu cy Lewis For terms apply to J F Cash Turncrsville PAHit UKS HAIR BALSAM b1AION3Halw ralp dliw t hatallizAla CORBIN KY 3rd Great Auction Sale Nov 21 and 22 Improvedand Unimproved City Property Business houses residences and vn cant lots in all parts of tho city Writ us for particulars Moore tC Oflut Real Estate Agents Corbin Ky Report of he Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Htnnfonl In the Htntv of Kentucky nt UK close of InuliHsn Nov KKHOBHCr tioon and Discounts 1Ixs1 Overdraftsecurdstud unsecured 1161011 U H Bonds to secure circulation URl tt Premiums on U H liond tO Ibonds securities etc Yt0Hanking house furniture and fixture 46 a Other real estnto owned lt1U UJ Due from Xatloimllbinkii not re serve agent Duo froth Htato Hank k Hunker Due from approved reserve agents Milt t1 Uhicks and other cash Itonn 101111 NoteofotherNatlonalBunks V511 Fractional paper currency tuckaels nnd cents TIT II lawful Money lleservo In Hank vU Hpecle IIS11 Legnltcndernotcs llto in- 1021 ill leilemptlon fund with IT H Treas urer S JHT ct of circulation t1J II Duufrom U 8 Trcniurer other than S per ct redomp fund 011 IJSS1M MAIIIL1TI- KJapltal Stock Mild In mrlll III surplus fumU lup0 m JndlvhUtl prollti lest eXWHM unit taxes uild er7570 National Hank notes oiitstandlnil- u 41111110 to other National Hank tM Jllle to Htate Hunk and Hankcrit 2 IN ut to Trust Coinpaiilf and Hav log Unn- kIlIdhhlullllltpoltII nuujrct check t1U1I101 rutyc and Hills Hedlscountiil Iy 115i 7t Htateof Kentucky County of Lincoln st John J McllolnTlii Cashier of the altars mniMl tHInk do solemnly nweiir that the iliovu statement la trim to tutu UHt of my atowledgeuud bullef JOliN J MoItoiiKiiTHdi hlfr HuWrllKd and worn to before tau this fclu tiny of Novrl a W II lirlKht X N Correct Atteet J Hooker K Held mid t D Klmorr Directors tcport of the Condition of The National Bank of lustorvllle t Ittutonvlllo In tin rltntu of Kentucky nt the close of luminous Nov 1WJ nExnenx xxiiDiaiul Discounts t 11000 51 verilniltsrsectired and unsecured Yms110 iH Honds to secure circulation LGUIh- ulking hOIlcrllrllllureIIIllIx- tllre JhT5It- uu trout National Banks not ni serve agents 0108 from State Hanks A Hankef 1111111 iiH trout upprovofi reservungiint Slfw II heck fwd other ciiih hulas 0767 Note of other National flank aVJ rnctlonul pnjHr currency nick ul8und cunts 7331- jiwful Money Itvsurvv In Hank Viz HlHClt 1111 ftl 11811 tO Irdemptlon fund with UH Treas urer i 6 1It LUIIIII1Ui Capital Htock paid In I30uu UirpliiM fluid lo JiO- Jndlvldeil prolltit lets exiximtea and tuxes pnld 8181 8J National Hank notes outstanding 12fm U- duo to other National llanki 7721 IIIJu toHtatu Hankmuul Itankern 718 1- 7ndlvldual deposit mibject cluck iHHID ltnjy 21 Halt or Kentucky County of Lincoln un J nabovelntumentttllu and heller J HOOKKK Uimhler I7lhdnyoinmlmilon expire March It Correct Attest Kdw Alcorn J H Mur ihy and T J Kohlnon Directors j STYLE AND FIT 1failuresOVERCOATS SUITS i estandFittingstuff in town but we claim the Best Fitting Suits and Over J oats Put one on and see if our statement is not correct 1IR BALSAM end lb baitHoe I urtnI Nrr talll to ntor Orsy to I Toutdu colo- rxrtldll iugMir Iou UMBRELLAS Recorereil and repaired and made klmoi M good M new for mount I call Ii your umbrella better then the tramp repairer and for less money OUe me a KHAMK ATKIMB Stanford JH F HILLENMEYER C SONS hue Crass Nursorles Lexington KY- OhTr for thu Knll of theist full stock of fruit and nrnnmenlnl vlnet Hiuirn W cut small fruits rhulorbshrubetc employ no agents hut Mil tho planter Catalogue on application Dar1 Tray lor D1ALIR IK Whi5Ylll BranQu Wines B66i Clears Ftc JerpntrHoula STANFORD KY Jlo to o tttmlon Nothlne bQt tb bU a Prolllptan4rUt tdulpb or5r1 tcoln iromptttttnuo HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I denlru to privately my hotel projMr and livery stable Inty ritililtftictiit ls aalU III or Inl can and Illu hits711ei Ile and U IntpeooIfrgwir 1luti Is not t water nt iNirn nnd hlltel sold liy Jan burn nine S cotIrtIlei tee iartlc year I in 0radeIHchooldlttrict DHCAHIKNTKIt or Huntonvllle Ky EXTENSION I In order to snake room for coming goods we will enlarge oar store nt once lint we want to move Koine of- our goods quick und will give solve good bargains Latest style in rugs carpets and furniture Call and see and undertaking us Livery Millinery Pruitt BrothersMoreland Ky Do You Want a Home If k0 w 0 can furulth you one any kind ou wuut 1Se hove for 111111 vurluty hoiiKd of houses bultlnetti ind uuilnuM proiioaitluns If You Want a Farm writ U what kind of a plneo are look IIII for what site wllllt Unprovwuents wluero locntcd how much you tiro Information willing Invett lm1 aity other We unitware certain totiuteret souifprice on tho A postal will lou urn bring you on of our printed llsti- OKNTIlAIj KY UKAL KHTATK 00 H K Youwd President Lebanon Ky i I Holiday Presents Wu ladys exhibittrluicniee IItilidny Displays before but Ilonu that come pare with the one wo now uk you tli- mpect Wntclles Fine Silo kcrFine Ilnnd Ininte1 Chinn Cut Glartt Etc Ite High Quality Goods nt Low lricCl Orno null ho canwiuced w H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE YES 4 We make it Wo SKIL it lots of it Because it removes Cfyrn RUSSIAN CORN CURE TenPennies At PENNYS PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky s f UNDERWEAR t Dont delay getting into a good warm suit of Winter Underwear It in time for the light weight to IKJ laid aside Wo Pstnsupply you at mnll cost A great varietyof kinds and wide range ol prices Union suits 2c to 8150 vests nod pants 25c to 81 each childrens vests nUll pants lOc mcua shirts and drawers 25e to 81 childrens union suits 25 and jOe SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKy1 BTANKOIIO KY 2ov 21 1905 JUST received a Im ported Olive Oil nt PennysDrug Store Now Its White Pine and Tar See our window Iennys Drug- StoreI rPERSONALS quite sick III to Knoxvlllo Eun JOSEPH SEVERANCE of GeorRO town was with his brothers here HORN to the wife of John II Mcir of Danville u daughter Kosa Lee t MRS HOSK ALEXANDER of Owcnton la visiting her mother at Crab Orchard MESSRS SCOTT HUDSON and James J Carter of Lexington were hero Fri l day MR J P JONES went up to Corbln yesterday to open his new dry goods r storeMasM C SAUKIEY Is visiting her daughter Mrs S M Logan at Wil I moreMiss NORA FRANCIS of Richmond Is one of the salesladies at L M Rue Gos MRS II H HRONAUOII of Crab Or chard has been quite sick but U convalescent t i MR CiiARua CUNNINGHAM of Lox ington spent lost week with Mr David hunting ItforImond relatives MR WILLIAM SEVERANCE went to Cincinnati yesterday where he will pur chase stacks of goods MR ANn MRS EMBRY T HBAZIBY of Hamxbburg were guests of Mr and Mrs J R Hcazlcy MISS NtTTII COWER and George Andrew James silent Saturday and Sunday al Crab Orchard Mn J W HOCKER and daughter Miss toll Hockcr of Hustonvllle were here a short while Sunday MRS LUCINDA LUTES of Lexington mother of Mr John Lutes anivcd yes terday to make him a visit MR W C PETTUS who Is doing well In the livery business at London was with his mother nt Grub Orchard MIss SALlJF ELLIS continues quite Her cousin Miss Aria Wright of Hustonville was here to see her last week THEIR many friends are glad lb have Mr George C GIvens and family back from Paris where they have lived for tho past two years MRS ETHEL COLSON gave a reception last Saturday afternoon in honor of her guest Miss Florence Tanner of Stan ford Mtddlcsboro News HOWARD COLEMAN who Is now bookkeeper for tho Phoenix Coal Co at Al tamont came down Friday to spend n tow days with the folks at home MASTER OK TRAINS W W WUIm1T was a caller at this office Friday hoI with him and new position agrees has gained 12 pounds since ho quit train dispatching MRS II C RANSOM of Nashville Mrs Mollio Miller of Oklahoma and Miss Mollio Brooks and mother of Crab Orchard were guests of Mr and Mrs ti J F Cover MESSRS SAM HELM nnd A 1 Nun nelley of tho Turners villo section are members of a hunting crowd which Is and deer nearmaking war on bear Marks Miss- SIIERIFPANt MRS M S UAUCHMAN entertained Judge W C Hell and thee jury In the Cart r case at II splendid dinner Sunday The feast spread was a royal one wo are told IN ordering his paper changed from to Paris where ho has been ILivingston as train dispatcher Mr WIT Merimce says I believe this the best town in Kentucky except Stanford y SATURDAYS Louisville Times con good picture of Hon tI tnlncd a fairly H K Bourne representative from Henry county in tho Legislature Mr Bourne married Miss Annie Shanks of this place TilE Young Married Peoples Social Club will meet with Mr and Mrs C E Tato Thursday evening Tho time is i changed from Friday evening to prevent a conflict with tho Graded School r entertaInmentA Robert Morrow Edwin P Mor waa born to the wife of row Everything good seems to bo coming Eds waySomerset Journal The mother was Miss Katherine Wad t t dIe who has frequently visited here J t MRS PKTER STRAun SR is III with pneumonia LOCALS SILVER novelties at Muellers SALT sago and pepper for hog kil ling T D Newland NEW goods still arriving at L M Hucy Cos Dry Goods Store FRUITS of all kinds cakes good eating apples etc T D Kewland HRINO your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best ser vice THOSE owing me threshing or for goods are urgently requested to cttle- nt once James N Cash TIll penalty will go on all taxes not- Iiald by Nov 30 I have no favorites M S Baughman S L C FOR RENT Cottage near depot just vacated by Capt Richards Posse slon at once P P Nunnelley Tilt ofthePresbyterian church arc requested to meet at Mrs W B McKobcrtV next Friday afternoon at 2 oclock Go to tho Graded School Friday evening Nov 24 and encourage the pu pile in their work Seats on sale at Penny Drug Store LET tho Kentcky Real EsI tote Exchange Title Co help you sell your farm or buy one if you should beI in the market for hiINFANT of Mr and Mrs John Monc fee died yesterday morning in Darst town after several days illness and was buried yesterday afternoon in Buffalo CemeteryIen by the ladies of tho Baptist churchI on Dec 11 Will have a black cakes baked by Mrs Nunnellcy and others for sale MRS W B McRonERTS and Miss Nell Warren will have a candy sale at W B McRobcrts drug store next Sat until 25th Hot chocolate will also be served Everybody invited MR A N McCLARY of Sabctha Kansas a brother of Mr J C McClary of this place shows his faith in the solidity of the I J by remitting enough money to pay for his paper to November 1907 ALLOWED BAiuWilliam and Faulkner Kennedy who were indicted for the killing of William Shupcs were allow ed bail In 2500 nnd 2000 respectively at their trial for bail before Judge W C Dell Saturday 292 VOTES Mr A W Carpenter the prohibition candidate for State Sen ator got 62 votes In Casey 62 in Gar rani 32 in Boylu and 14G in Lincoln making 292 in all He is fully satisfied with his taco nnd says he is ready toI start in another D A TWADDLE formerly of Lincoln but now n Tennessean orders his paper changed from Shadeland to Isham that State to which place ho has moved his saw mill Ills old friends around Stanford will bo glad to learn that ho is doing well He winds up a letter to us ns follows Democracy will bob up serenely every once In a while and am glad It did in Lincon THOSE subscribes who have received statement after statement from us may not be surprised to find their paper discontinued and tho account in tho hands of Attorney L R Hughes for collec tion This docs not mean you if you have never gotten n statement from this office However if you are behind with your paper you might send along your dues and save us the trouble of writing to your AFTER occupying tho attention of the court for a solid week the case of Jas Carter Indicted for killing Cecil Crutch field at a dance near Ottenheim in July lost will be given to the jury nt 830 this morning Tho evidence was completed yesterday morning and it was 10 oclock I M when tho Commonwealth Attorney completed the final argument in the case The others who spoke for the prosecution were County Attorney Helm and Mr J S Owsley Jr Judge Saufiey and Mr Robert Harding spoke nt length for the defense Every inch of ground has been contested and the verdict of the jury is anxiously awaited l 1 c7 P7 J II The Plain Blunt Truth Read it A business is like a man or nn animal it must ho fed if it is expected to grow We feed our husincM oil the best goods lowest prices and good service that it will expand and pro grew We give it very close attention and are nt all times Ilooking for something out of the usual order and at an unus wally low prico to offer our customers Come to our store nnd you will find ninny items at much less than others ask SEE our 75 eta Underskirts for 59 eta L M gluey Co GUNS shellscleaning rods etc W N Craig pharmacist TRY a load of our Blue Gem coal Makes no clinkers J II Baughman to LAP horso blankets blizzard CIMcCloryLOT of pure bred black Langshan roosters for sale E II Beazlcy Stanford WANTKDA No fns hand Will pay17GO per month and board him John Y Jones Danville LOSTA ladys silver purse Finder please leave with Mrs Richard C Warren and receive reward CAPT AND MRS THOMAS RICHARDS have moved to the Myers House where they will take day boarders I AM ready to slaughter your hogs Give me a trial Will guarantee satisfaction J A Estes Stanford shares Citizens Notional Dank Stock of Danville changed hands yesterday at 18650 to 19275 WANTED A reliable man to toke charge of form Single man preferred For information address J W Eu banks Hubble REMEMBER the entertainment at the Graded School building at 8 oclock Fri day evening Nov 24 Seats on sale at Pennys drug store A URAKEMAN named Nichols waa badly hurt near here Saturday night by falling into a coke car It is fears that he is internally injured TimE Kentucky State Journal Frank fort has a sixcolumn quarto press In good condition for sale very cheap Write at once to W P Walton Lex ington or Frankfort I WILL have a display of fancy work at my home on Lancaster street the first week in December Tho ladies are invited to call and see it Mrs C Leslie Carter Stanford PROPERTY white taxes are not paid by Dec will be advertised in the INTERIOR JOURNAL and sold Pay your taxes at onco and save yourself the ex tense of sing advertised M S Baughman THE outgoing county officers will do- a good deed If they will have tho old sjwakcrs stand in the courthouse yard removed and the figure on the fountain straightened We move they do1 both at once BIG FISHER ESTATE Seven persons in Colorado awoke to find themselves rich beyond their fondest anticipation ays the Denver Post Six million six hundred and fifty thousand dollars is the enormous sum of money that has been awardod them by the final settlement of the 100000 000 estate of Adam Fisher who bequeathed an extensive canal system in Holland to his 200 heirs Notification from tho attorneys has just been received Frank S Fisher of Denver n barber will receive 160 000 from the estate but the largest leg acy of all is that of Mrs A G Curtis of Canon City Col Mrs Curtis is one of the seven direct Fisher heirs in the United States and her share is 1000 000 The estate should have been settled 2 J years ago but n provision in tho will was to the effect that all tho heirs must ho found before the division of the es tate Mrs Fowler filed her claim nine years ago but not until Sept 23 last was she notified that 500000 would beer share of Adam Fishers estate There are still 60 other heirs in tho United States who are ignorant of the fact that they aro wealthy Dr W M Doores of Crab Orchard la nn heir to this immense estate and that he will- et a good slice of it his many friends confidently hope and believe Tho Exact Thing Required for Constipation- As certain purgative and stomach purifier Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets seem to bo the exact thing required strong enough for the most robust yet mild enough and safe or children and without that terrible griping so common to most pur dives say IV S Webster Co Udora Ontario Canada For sale all druggists h FOR RENT ntacktnlthrhoptooIYhousennd garden ill llulililo Jim lit iwm inalnilrottndnrnn can do well with It M HPOONAMOHK Hubble Ky For Sale Privately Myhoufo and 10 acres ot land situated lust ouulile of town limit on the Somenet pike House h7 room kitchen sad ser runt room gad cellar table and all aeceunry outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard and one for tock J P BAILEY McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Illnnketstmdlor11Headaayourwool take wool in exchange for work nllowlni the Hittlifnctlon guaranteed Unitmarktrrlc price nnd Information Agent wonted PUBLIC SALE- sA executor of Alfred Hlmpnon I will nt the Into ro ldenc iiciir Honeyvl on Soil sitlubllcoutcrvblarronal property wagon wlient drill twine binder mower hay rake cutting harrow nil In excellent condition IQihonUS bOils reedy to butcher yearling cuUIt milk COWl splendid broad naves l filly t work Irene sr IlIlrrI- I corlll shocks sugar cane lot of fodder fat turkey Ac announced on of wale MIITON HIMIHON Executor Sale Of Personalty I will sell nt my faun known ns tho ihas OrmanplHccnlKiut3mlU from Htanford on tanvlll pIke on- TUKHDAY IEo5Th IWllrIIIIIIIIUInude I horse broad blndrlrprlng wuRonl grain drill corn planter plow harrow narnen nod n numlwr farticle useful to farmeri Terms rondo known on day of axle Jn McVMHTKIl Hn J r Chandler Au- crPUBLIC SALE Wi wilt itll at public auction nt our place two mile North of Crab Orchard on the Ornb Orchard and Lancaster pike on Fill DAY DKOKMHKIl 1ST The splendid farm known liS the lthltea Mill place contUtlni of acres of good land All In a good stale uf cultivation Ilns on It Stun good houses and n splendid Grist Mill Will nUo 1IC1l1l101 of fnrail ng Itopic- Iuenls Term undo known on day of aal- e11and W HM1T1I Crab Orchard Report of thr Condition t LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK COUNTYI State of Kentucky at the elms ot hntlnets Nov n1jOlllllFIIirxuiiiKimd Discount 8131 4- 7Overdrnftshecured nnd unsecured 17512 01 U hoods to teclire circulation mmlooI- Il1nkhlK house furniture and fix ture 3 won Duo from National hunks not rv Migents 8SWS1- Due from Htate Hank A Hanker ail M flue from approved ervongonls 9JKO 87 Checks and othereanh Item 40133 Notes of other National thinks ftO ii Fractional pniHTCiirruiKy nickel 1110 Lawful Money llcxcrro In think Viz Hpeclo fliUUI H- OtAHIlltenikT notes rl 13KU Itedempt Ion fund with MTrcnif- urcr pvr ct of circulation rJSa- tnitsuIIAIIIUT1KH 9 Capital Htock paid In r tofu Hurplu fund 1IHloo Undivided profits less uxpuitscs and taxes paid IIIIS National Hunk notegouUtamllnK t0ettq Due to other Nat llankn KlNtt DuutoHtate Hank and Hanker Si 3 Individual dopoalt tub sect to check JIIIIWI W smR ca Htatitof Kentucky County of Lincoln ss I W MIirlKhtCathlerof the hot natned hank do solennily wear that Situ above statement la true to tbn last of knowl edgo and belief WII Uiii illTCathler- HubMrllxd and sworn to adore me lut- ef5thdny of Nov J J Mcltobert N Correct Attest JHOw lcy JB Foster and W O Walker Director L l kfJ UI1 qtT llo 3ICUT PRICES ON SUITSS Our first season to handle suits has been a very successful one from a standpoint of quantity sold and the satisfied customers with the style and reasonableness of the price In order to make a clean sweep wo will from now until closed out offer a good line of clean stylish suits with 27 inch nod 45 inch coats at greatly reduced prices J f j IH Hcsthkc c BootS 8350 New Stock All Sizes Cummins McClary Stanford THIS IS YOUR CHANCE I IFor the next 30 days we will sell at great ly reduced prices our stock of Furs Japanese Ware and Shoes See our window for prices on Furs Ten per cent off on all our Japanese Ware and our stock of Shoes eX actly at COST If you are interested in these + articles you can not afford to miss this op portunity We have replenished our 5 and lOc Counter Dont forget to see it F v L M RUEY COf Stanford Kentucky a Lk a 1 da- j 1 The Interior Journal Entered in the PotOJice at Stanford w teconddau matkrF- UIIL1MUR1 TUKHUAYH AND FIUUYS T 100 PER YEAR CASH CP When not so paid 200 will be cha- rgedINSURANCE Fire IInd torl11lure and Accident Nonw but the and 1ttIIIlSlItld rowestro itt lliito Junnintiwl r ylngiHco crdUmiiunllt Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Jlosliljncc Phono No 81 The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Kv Wm SHUQARS Proprietor Electric LlRhtt In every room Refurnished ant under entire New Management NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOSB k CLASKSOU Ern JUNCTION CITY KY VlratUlast Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sain Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livory Food and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates JaH IOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Gall on at on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Goal E Q Peyton DEALEU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTER Successor to Bruce OarterI Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOUD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is iolicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection POSTED 1We whoso names appear below strictly turbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our place and will prosecute violator to tile lull extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Hclchenboch Bros Fred VonOruenlRanAlbert VonOruonlgan Tred VooAHman Fred llaumann OeorgellolmeseaCharles Uummlns Jos rlallou A 0 Dunn S M Holmes DaughertyiJ E Bruce w V 81iom lter FerriliCSam Tronbrldge A D Hoot Charles Kimlln Frank Cordler Mrs W O Welch Peter Halroe- rSmuolJohn MIler Lindsey Jacob OaLder Mrs Alice Ljlle t Darld Stephens Mary Hoffmann f L Nuonelley J W Baughman Curistunu Oray on First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital StocK 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganized as th1 First National Balk of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It li bettor supplied now with facilities for transact ing easiness promptly and well than ewer before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited I Directors J B Paxtoa J B Owsley S H Shank W O Walker Beo W Outer t B Foster L 0 Oooch WH Cummins Bright B L Bubble W H Shanks r A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mcltobcrta Drug Store in the Owsley Building Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy rpntlyinmU clothing wlunthoro Is sllttledllTerenc In the prlco of high toIn Winter grouts I can iimko from low prlou InixlilcM iult to the nott clro i suit Alio oxvrcoiits trousers and Riley vcte The coiininiiv I represent Is onv of the bost- H C RUFLEY the TailorI RE5TORA7IVC1 CURES The world adnslres men who sae rrohg to Phy lfaL m1apwaonalmagnetlamtItine the tint naultlte u ood hetthy d IPEtrouWes4utonerreaEgollygearantraPCrrCR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO 0S A roB SALE AT PKNMyfl DRUG BTOBX JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e tCeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Hariicss addlery C KENTUCKY Office Phone 1ST Home Phone 3S Officers J S HOOKKB Pretl S T HARRIS V Pros J J McBOBEBTS Obr W B WEABENAsst Ohr Directors F Reid Danville S T Harris Stanford J S Rocker Stanford K L Tanner MeKInney M D Elmore Stanford 8 H Baurhmkn Stanford T P Stanford Jut Robinson Rubble J H BuuKbman Stanford J M Pettut Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKI CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO W Successors to The Farmer Bank Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping lucb business relations will prove mutually beneficial a f r NERVOUS DEBILITY MattingsRugs STANFORD SOLICIT Officers H SHANKS President J B Paxton Vice President W K BRIOHT OashUi W i 0 WALKER Ant OublI FARMERSDEPARTMENT John B Foster sold to J W Adams six 1400 pound cattle nt 420 Few pure red Berkshire boars for sale S T Harris Stanford Secondhand twohorso power for sale cheap S J Etnbry Jr Stanford YEAKUNO Polled Angus bulls for sale J W Baughman Stanford Isaac Shelby sold yesterday to Montic Fox two carloads of 1400 pound cattle at4Jc The Foster form near outhElkhorn Fayetto county 150 acres sold for 11G per acre John B Foster sold to the Samuels Ray Grain Co eight carloads of timothy hay at 10 J C Fox has sold hiss farm near Prcachersville to Joe Hammond of Knox county for11000a FOR SALE Three sugar mules four cotton mules and five nice horsey S M Owens McKinney Ky James E Kern one of the best known horseman in Central Kentucky 1m made a general assignment at Paris G G J C Hamiltons barn near Mt Sterling containing 15000 pounds of tobacco n lot of feed and machinery burned George C Bennett Fred Cooks crack twoyearold for which ho refused 30000 died at Churchill Downs Lou isville of pneumonia- In Arizonp ranchmen fed their hogs this year on peaches The fruit was so abundant it could not be marketed at a profit and it was converted into hog meat The Columbus Bishop sale was well attended Wheat sold at 85c cows at 20 clover hay at 35c per bale timothy 39c hogs 431 sheep 563 per head chickens SIc per pound turkeys 12ic Household and kitchen furniture and farming implements brought good prices G Murrell Middleton of Shelbyville sold his prize winning yearling Berk shire boar Premier Baron No 778S7 to William Green of San Marcos Tex for 500 which is probably the highest price ever received for a Berkshire boar in tho StateD- ANVILLE COURTA big crowd at tended court at Danville yesterday and a good lot of cattle were on the market but the demand for them was not great and many went home unsold A bunch of good 700pound heifers sold2c Good horses and mules were in active demand J W Newman has bought to date over 300 000 barrels of corn in Wood ford Jessamine and Fayette paying 2 for most of it It is all being de livered at Versailles and is beingshelled at the Southern depot and shipped South at the rate of 1000 to 1200 barrels per day Versailles Sun G A Parsons of Ohion Tenn be lieves he has the largest turkey in the United States It is of the Mammoth Bronze family and weighs 53 pounds It was exhibited at the fairs last year when it weighed 46 pounds The own er says tho largest turkey ever raised in the United States weighed 55 pounds and was presented to Andrew Jackson Parsons says that by Christmas his bird will weigh 58 or 60 pounds making it the largest ever raised Harry Weissinger Son and W and W B Middleton Shelbycounty bought 13 registered AberdeenAngus cattle at M A Judys sale recently held inChicago for about 6500 The stock has arrived and is now on the above named gentlemens farms In the lot are two cows Messrs Weissinger Son paid 1000 each for Among the attic is an exceptionally tine young bull that till Middelton Bros bought to somelimo IN MEMORIAM Miss Jennie Hubble formerly of Tur ncrsyille but for the last few years a resident of Middlcburg died at her homo on Thursday Oct 26 The dreaded disease typhoid fever entered the home and took away the jewel She had been in poor health for some time Miss Hubble had been vis lUng relatives in Somerset and Burn side and on returning from tho latter place took her bed Just before leave ing her home for the last time her fa vorite hymn One of These Days was sung The remains were taken McKinney cemetery and after a shor- service nil that was mortal was con signed to mother earth Miss Rubble U survived by her parents three broth ers find two sisters She was a lovable young woman and to know her was to love her Jcnnio was a Christian hearted girl and will be missed not only by her many friends and relatives but by the church she attended Her many friends share the grief of the bereaved family B It An tlrthat ho had slept or several hours in the bed with a corpse is the experience Andy Perry had says tho Owensboro Messenger The dead man was William Shady at whose house Perry had spent the night Waking up at the usual hour on Thurs day morning and finding his host stretched on tho bid in a natural position he thought him asleep and called him to awaken him There was no response and Perry laid his handon Shadys arm to shake him when he was horrorstricken to find him cold and stiff lie had been dead for hours Sluggish Liver a Foe to Ambition You cannot accomplish very much if your liver is inactive as you feel dull your eyes are heavy nail slight exertion exhausts you Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup stimulates the liver and bowels and makes you feel bright and active Urino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and very pleasant to take Orino Is more elTectlve than pills or ordinary cathartics Refuse substitutes Pen nys Drug Store 0 The safe in tho jxjstonice at Morgan field was blown open and robbed Columbia Good laths fur young mOil uro clothes that will appeal to iliscriiiuimtiiig ilitsser who iippreti nto perfect tailoring ami accurate lit ting W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky George D Hopper Successor to J K YaiiArwlnle Dealer in Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds I ask a portion of tho patronage of the people of Stanford und Lincoln county promising tho best goods at the most reasonable prices George Cog Hopper Stanford Ky GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY Are Extensive Dealers and Manufacturers of Doors Windows Blinds Sash Rough and Dressed Lumber Lime Ce mentPortland and Acme Washington Red Cedar Shingles JJ WRITE THEM FOR PRICES v Ji Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company- SCanFord KyNo iuallform then fitnllts Irons bUn Carl IIou9 ol fourtood runt buck porch and I muni Hood turn and other building la loud rrrulr Cut lu1 fltlJi wltf u Ji sQsties Illu1I0uabchurchtHi This lea l4tv ln No M I82Oacmolcoatsrittmtwrland loo etItnlerryoonutrKyontiape Vine Creek tributary uf the North of Kentucky ilrrr tour vlpsofvosl varjlncln Itoiu SW Itto elxfst Ittvernaripbleto the mouth o- 1aboecmk A rallioaJ lunoJed wlthla Ihreo wiles of said property Ito timber con Ills ol oak etc Title pttfccl Will sell or I1rhlDle ou eujr terms No 55A nice two stury elpht room Irlwft dwelling In tttanfonl liatwobails oat cello with concrete amt good ganleo Il In kitchen eegrocabinonplacywhichrentfort11wrmonthThedwstllugrents erty li In good rpalr anti cu bo bought for 11100 No U Firm JTI act pl ndd Murgrat lead In JncolD county TwoetoryVcoon itunn rraldtnr a tenant house barn room tot over Zl heal ol stock and all other utbulMluiri ill In Kw1 rrialr Clun to church Mbool potonlc- ereUnaIcciin good nelghlxirbood 4vu acne UtitneullhaUont In lralt 0 11Ir Ie Ilacelratetc Irtc imuaaaUa NaIpOsfraorlaalcuemile from Somerset Krrut InMitn Odd Jorl cru In cultU lion wres In paaturr balance In Umber Dwell In rontainseerenloonsa Law tarn anti til net bulhllftllllr1ndidNo 211t0acm of lend In Ford aunty Ka ilx Miles from railroad and i mile rum Arkaowi river ScrenlT acmof land Inr ljtiotu It fintrlui land anti In grass This teal li fur sale or niching Moll Alarm ofSOO acre In LJocoln county Three good dwtlllnt I good born aid other out building each house tern tie atom tbe nUr or acre All on county rod It mite from church school and KMtofflr IAU well and well watered This a real tolxrcv tarn anti would lull twonrticf mlththatrutlcwanttocon- efrotetnewnetchtnrbt Trim mwinaM Nu TwoHorr lIllolr tit rams too hall nnda te well alduuranj sal chef neca ary oiiibulldln AM large blickimlth ihopCOiJO inJihcJi lull length of boji and saylowNo tA talus olin acm four ullr from Hun fordonlwtl pike In tin countr well wdrlo- ulbuhIJinps dwtlling n nrrA tplcndld bl egramtarm aid only minute drift from aunty seat Owtr nf hie tarut adjoining this bai rfcsollj refused ID twr acre We oQ d this at J7JO No MrtHy act deer IlMunt Point Kjr Frtm lIou1I routes and Sara and olbr outbuilding larrvtln cultltatlon ml la Um br Well wla d yard from pu icnool and church lays and In goal tutu Itla4o-Nobs23uafactu SI mile of Crab Orcbird It HrtckdwlllDgl room two tenant bouwa twobariewdlan4spnagnatdwelling farm In blghitau ol cultivation 1W acrt rltrr bultoui lup1 ftnclng roll era Irl W7A an arr lIllIIrlOvdvvs6uclesofLan4onjamestown tout Math of DunnvlHt too sties In cultivation abut vt acres in 111InllThere Is no Ktton of country wtikh offers to many orportunltie lor profitable Invtttmenl at th AlrtiU It now fitly descdOet at Ihurp- eltyVeilCy The timber is bNemlng n rt valu tN all the time for Ihereaton lhai lunter reorl true till North where the apply of Unbtrlt last Jtalnlthku art constantly Increasing Iheir put diaiet of UraUr UnJt in the South Nhenthetlm ber Is renovrj the Sal it unequal fur attkulM ral purpotet It proJucr a tale of Otton la the acre or wW grow any other kind tit crop studt a temperate jene TI toll needs no ftrlHllert iiicivet a ylU hkh cannol escelleJtaaestn law the title Is perfect and the man who buys IMuarin an4 limber tendt at pretent price It making an In vetlment that he will never regret this taniI41 vUed Inlo trattt ranging from 40 acret to the tract to 17lIer stothetrartn4 prketframll per acre to tie ref sue according le location tic We are aithorlteJ by the compete who owns thete tans to stale that at other partlet an contMcefcig the purchatc at tiltM Usdt that we offer thou tractt tub Kll rrlotr withJI1 item market or chair In price vlitKMt Mtcc hiewever when noieJ ttmywlthhuUanyttaci out of market tone enavgh far the purchasu la rake au Investigation Abuut 1Iemr title IsnI his been toil by tie Cooi panv since we received this option for further rat Iculart caN stout olfice No lISA farm liDS arm In Csy county Ky On and oneball story dwelling Ib li rams goal barn and other oiitbullillngi iiizlyarea In cultivation 41 urn In timber Irull ire etc lAys well on county rood cloa to cburtbee tthoil etc JrICt only IttX Abu a 50 barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Salt Klrrr Hiram odato la ever particular ant gooddwohi Ing with Icnprnrrnvnt niidIO ibrr it One Und clan to Southern railroad Irlcc IV 000 No Wit acres ef land near Crab On liard cheap storyhaworks In kitchen ant amply roam lood barn audall DFccMaroutbnlldlnK Place well fenced sal la good rrpalr lloute atone roll f aol It tom astutely new and we oniy sat 1110 for the property Ho Mtartn ol US acree In Ca ey couoly Two story frame dwelling two good barn lUll other outbuilding In pond repair Hulrtidld tobatra waNolddwlUnalntolacro land well witeredtIwowellsrespringeta Thlt 1 de rab tVayntaburgVUlflf001 schoolanlongooitoadNo Uuroom dwlllnirg 4 cells and tl FenelagadoutbullIuigtoclose to town Will loll a small laally No4Two ilorr tram dwelling 7 roomi halt laIJJNoflOor IWatrt alluaied nest Kn tllle grass Ky linbeririiWIn f rowrarsttvaIr ohpikefilmlorpropunyNauulbulldIUK92ln Il1ONoLathenger Wnurlrserer lallllll piUg 1rlw JItKInneyeasytermNo 732J acre of rood land sit taws two Itbahoneltia 0IudteiltlrlaNo 70Tenstmollaojto story front col agoodgarden t oleAthe plate a g od cruther la will II run by lItural lower which a gnat etonvmy sod the dam lowagurrNo 28 From hotel Urge ram double nun ruoteIrontlegblefordw lug 2 nlrejcutlagn nicely urnUhed Alire2GOtmoey1uptlstorbarrefudtorenlproperly account of health ol hit wife only zchangeforNu71A nk four room cottage water In rooJrttlDUo 76A small fltts tern of good land located date to own litre tIO- 3S acres la Allen county Kj on tall rod and pike about M ncrrt cultivated about ttJ lo timber und grass and about ISoingrm Timber on place II cut to tlInch but will make barrel Umber ablop leg lien und oortl wood euough turrthe place twits over A part It tented There are tour dwelllnK uf nxirn cub and one store of twostorlp with rooum above ha wcllt und springs of water It In I miles of county seat and grows tubaaro corn wheat Rroa etc for nm One kklf cash unJKyIowetadoloilato niltar mill with burr for corn and meal bolt The engine Is of 7 jour run U acres wllli the mill Including what la wltb Ibe lioutii uf rooms till for KSM 11111 fur tho mill and II acre UfO hat rash Ilea One trade No ulll ID 19 Ullp Na74eocreofltdnear jHnethwCtlyriiiiti ace Aeldt to gnus nlaynut urbeludoee0tbatwt graph barr hers In keolwk IVrty told ftue inHiodt IlIna ri ail le nuwgfrand trOllIIron Mountain route Will ltd ti n rtge for c pro rtKo Lincoln cunu IT 9 DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS Arc the favorite tools of goodwork men Their all aroundgoodness has made them so and all who ever used them swear by them You cant use any other lead if you want to do the best work lIAtCIICTS- OIMLetS SAWS lilTS FILes AlES j 1Stanford WINDOW GLASS DAT WI LL N CRAIGSt Druggist and Optician Regular SizesJ Kept In Stock Odd Sizes Cut to Order