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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iT y T E INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 5 1905 NO 76 EETF EElSeven Grand Prizes to be Given Absolutely Free to qttf Customers r V as Christmas Presents on Xmas Day We have placed in our show window a huge pumpkin weighing 71 pounds the largest vegetable of the kind ever grown in Boyle county and to the person guessing nearest the exact number of seeds in this pumkin will be given a Ladies or Gentlemans solid 14 carat gold watch fitted with a highgrade El- gin or Waltham movement valued at 50 and to the next six nearest guesses the following valuable presents will be gIvenISecond Prize ticnln or Lady JOy gold filled Vntcli vnluo 8UO Thlnl Irizc IlantUouie parlor clock vnluo 88 Fourth PrizeLadys Sot Ring value 810 PrizePair Eightinch CONDITIONS OF CONTEST Each customer will be given one guess for each dollars worth of goods bought for cash many guesses as you like if you buy worth of goods for each guess atthe number of seeds The guessing begun Saturday morning Nov 25 I9O5 and continue Dec when the pumpkin will be cut open and the seeds counted by a committee bus iness and professional men of Danville Bear in mind that the contest lasts one month and that every cash purchase carries with it a guess for each dollar Every person holding a guess will have the privilege of seeing seeds counted if they so desire Prizes are now on display in show Windows The largest ana best selection of Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Handpainted China CutGlass c and for less money for r same quality in Central Kentucky HUGH MURRAY Danville Kentucky Leading Jeweler Successor to Murray McAdams NEWS NOTES C li Galloway for years manager of tho Pcabody lintel nt Memphis Is lead Gustavua Charles Koichholm a noted chess player died suddenly in Phila delphia Four lives were lost when the barge Dclawunna foundered olf tho Mnssa chusctts coast Two men who wero riding on n hand car were run down and killed by a Big Four passenger train at Carbon Ind Dr Ambrose L Banner of Bloom field N J an authority on nervous diseases dropped dead of heart dis easeAlmost nn entire block of business Ind was dot houses ut Petersburg strayed by fire entailing a loss of al most 100000 Chajj D Godfrey son of Charles II Godfrey a retired New York banker committed suicide near IaMcsa Cal1 by shooting himself The Now England Company which founded the town of New England Ga 15 years ago has wound up in tho bankruptcy courts In a fit of insane jealousy John Lew is a pocking house employe nt St Jo seph Mo killed Mm Mattie Spance and committed suicide A Detroit paper says 149 lives have been lost and more than seventy ships wrecked during tho three big storms on tho lakes this season before the Kentucky In tho argument Railroad Commissioners It was decided that the sitting should bo coni tined to the Louisville rates only Tho steel steamer Ira II Owen was wrecked during the great stotm on on Lake Superior last Tuesday and it Is believed her crew of 19 men perished A bronze tablet mounted on a gran ite shaft commemorating and marking tho situ of the Connecticut building nt the Louisiana Purchase Exposition was unveiled nt St Louis Town Marshal Tom Warren of Pitts burg arrested Elmer Taylor colored at Pittsburg nod brought him to London jail Taylor Is said to have killed James Monroe at East Bcrnstadt One man killed four dying and two others seriously hurt was the result of of the dash of a fast flying Western ex press train through a construction crew on tho tracks of the Erie railroad in the tunnel in Jersey City A company has been organized to build a railroad from Jackson Tenn to Birmingham Ala It is said to be backed by the Illinois Central Railroad Company This will give the Illinois Central an entrance to the iron of tho South Col Riscoo Hindman has tendered his resignation to Gov Bcckham aa Colonel of tho First regiment The officers of the regiment have taken stepi for the election of his successor William II of Greentown Ind has refused to accept n pension allowed him unlll the amount now to his credit is 10500 lie still refuses to nc cept tho money on the ground that ho is not to it No use for Dioge nes to look any further Dr Robins the city chemist of Louisville found arsenic in the pot of coffee n part of which nearly killed Mrs Katherino Graham Agnes Graham aged 12 and Andrew Mallet nil of that city James Mallet was arrested suspected of having administered the poison One hundred anti three miles of rail road was built in Kentucky during the past year according to the annual re port of the Kentucky railroad commis sion which has been made public total mileage this year is 3374 18 TheI The total assKscment of nil property Is Gi14p914 as compared with lust year of 54181031 Tho L N monthly statement of earnings anti cxpintts for October shows gross earnings 367577180 an increase of 2501095 over October 1601 expenses 2472321 nn increase of 147475 The net earnings de creased 122404 From July 1 to OCt tober 11 the gross earnings increased S077430r expenses increased 11G9 24244 Decrease in net earnings 20149943Caleb the thrice convicted conspirator In the murder of Gov Goe bel spent his fifth Thanksgiving In jail and remarked ox follows This is good Thanksigving weather ho said as he lay on his cot looking out of n window wistfullyfll am grateful for many things especially for the number and loyalty of my friends If I get a trial in tho Federal court I um sure I will ho acquitted but if I have to stay in tho State courts I will undoubtedly be con victed t a andPneumonia Inoumonlu often follows la grippe butuovcr follows the use of Foloys Honey and Tar It cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption AH for Foloys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute uttered Mr G Vachor of 167 Os good St Chicago writes My wifehad a severe ease of la grippe three years ago and It left her with a terrible cough She tried a bottle of Foloys Honey and Tar upd It gave Immediate relief A CO cent bottle cured her cough entirely Refuse substitutes Penny a Drug Store KINGSVILLE lion J M Alvnrson was hero he tween trains n few days since An infant of Dick latter died a few days since and the remains wore taken ti Casey county Little Earl Mudmnn died and was burled nt Pleasant Point The fatal disease is said to have been diphtheria Mrs Fount Dishon us to express her thanks to the people who have been so kind to her since the loss by fire of her home She appreciates their kindness and generosity Rev Green and family have moved into the house just vacated by Robert Curds family who have moved to the house lately occupied by Robert Smith who has moved into his new home on Mrs M II Croightons farm Walter Milburn of Stanford is with his uncles here Miss Isaacs of Woodstock was tho guest of Mrs Dr War ren Mrs Clarence Dunn of Ludlow is with her parents here Mr and Mrs G A Walter are keeping house in the rooms over their store Dun Hester is spending a few days on his farm in the blue grass Frank Kenny nnd little niece Marion Evans went to Nicholas villo Friday Mrs Pye who has been with Wm Lane returned to Lexington Friday Mrs M K Lane returned to Danville last week after a visit to her brotherinlaw Wm Lane The lat ters mother of Garrard county Is tho guest of Mr Lune and wife Train- master Wm Tumey of Lexington was hero n few days since The report Commissioner John W Yerkeys of the Internal Rev enue Bureau Treasury Department shows tho receipts of the bureau for the fiscal year ended Juno 30 1905 to be 234178970 an increase of 1281 195 over last year In payment of internal revenue taxes Kcntuckystands fourth among all the States A train of coal cars running down the mountain from Sagamore mines near Middlcsboro jumped tine track ditch ing seven cars of coal Crccn Barks dale a colored brakeman jumped from the train and sustained n dislocated hip and internal injuries Secretary of State McChesney issued 750 commissions to Justices of the Peace Twentyfive county election commissions have not reported as required by law and have been notified When you want a pleasant laxative take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists John Goss one of the tastknown and oldest merchants of Paris is dead 1 f Fifth Irizc Silver Comb Urusli and Mirror set value 810 Sixth Solid Gold Cuff Buttons value 810 Seventh Prize CutGlass Salad Bowl value So t take as until 25 the our belt Elliott entitled asks Senator McCreary who is In Wash ington for the session says he is rot bothering In the least over the report that the State machine if itgcta Black burns scalp will next go after him Said he It has been the rule of Ken tucky democrats to give n United States Senator two terms and I do not expect to be made an exception to the rule It looks now as if I would have an easy time in my campaign in 1907 More than twothirds of the State Senators who were elected this fall and who will holdover until then are already for me I have always responded to tho will of the democratic party and helped to fight itt battles In 1900 when the State had been going republican for six years I was requested to take charge of the democratic campaign and did so Mr Beckham who was our candidate for governor was elected by a big major ity and the largest vote ever cast in Kentucky was polled that year I re deemed the State and It has been going democratic ever since A Certain Cute for Croup When it child shows symptoms of croup there Is no time to experiment with new remedies no matter how highly they may bo recommended Tharo is ono reparation that can always be depended upon It has been in use for many years and has never own known to fall viz Cham berlains Cough Remedy live it and a quick cure Is sure to follow Mr M F Compton of Market Texas says of IIOIr have used Chamber lains Cough Remedy in severe eases of croup with my children and can truthfully say it always gives prompt relief For stile by all druggists Magistrate to prisoner You say that you took tho ham because you are out of work and your family are starv ing And yet I understand that you have four dogs about tho house Prisoner Yes but I wouldnt ask my family to cat dogs yer wusship Tho hieiressBut how can you love me when Im so crosseyed The SuitorYou arc not crosseyed dear Your are so pretty that- they couldnt helltrying to look Into each other In Mad Chase Millions rush in mad chase utter health from one extreme of fad lsmto another when If they would only eat good food and keep their bowels regu lar with Dr Kings Now Life Pills their troubles would all puss away Prompt relief aunt quick cure for liver and stomach trouble 2ic guaranteed at G L Penny Stanford LynoBros of Crab Orchard PLEASANT POINT Hog killing is the order of tho day in this community Our school is quite a success with El mer Gilliland as teacher Rev R R Noel pastor of our church has been called for another yearTobe Jeffreys house burned last week Elmer Gilliland was living in it and lost all of its contents- It is encouraging to know that wa are to have a new schoolhouse Our su perintendent tells us we will have one soonThe spelling matches between our school and Kingsville proved very inter esting Pleasant Point won two out of three contests The most brilliant largest banquet in the history of masonry in Kentucky was that given Friday night at the Galt House under the auspices of the Ancient Arabic Order of Noble Mystic Shriners Nearly 700 nobles of the order Including nearly 160 novices who had just completed a weary and toilsome march over tho burning sands to kneel at the mystic shrine sat down to the banquet board for an evenings rest and entertainment No inspection of tho fcmalfe ward of tho Central Kentucky Asylum for the Insane at Lakeland was made by the November grand jury on account of alleged discourteous treatment of the jurors by tho officials Jurors say they were given no opportunity to inspect any department except the male ward and were told that their car was about due Dr M 11 Yeamen superin tendent of the asylum denies the charge of discourtesy Doctors Could not Help Her I had kidney trouble for years It writes Mrs Raymond Conner of Shelton Wash and tho doctors could not help me I tried Foleys Kidney Cute and the very tlrst dose gave mo relief and I am now oared I cannot say too much for Foleys Kidney Cure It makes the diseased kidneys soundso they will eliminate the pois ons from the blood Unless they do this good health Is impossible Pen nys Drug Store A stout man who lived In Savannah Was using a blood red bandana In the field where he stood Was a bull of bad mood And the blow was felt clear to Havana The clothing factory of Stahl Urban Co at Terre Haute Ind was destroyed by fire Tho loss on building and stock is 200001 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Eugene Slaughter was run over by a freight and killed near Williamsburg Sheriff Mclncrney of Kenton county says no pool rooms shall be operated there while he is in office l- At Nicholasville Mrs Mollie Matting ly a wealthy widow of four times died after several months illness Col William P Curtis a wealthy and prominent business man of New Orleans La died at Richmond Ky of heart failure Nick Garrison a wealthy landowner of Leslie county was convicted of the murder of Felix Hoskins his cousin and given a life sentence After tho killing Garrison escaped from Ken tucky in female attire That Boyle county farmer who man aged to get eight pounds of gravel into the craw of a turkey that weighed 11 pounds on foot would not do for presi dent of a life insurance company but he is onto tho methods in a rather crude way all right enough Glasgow Times s There are 573 pupils in the High School 333 in the Sixth Ward Building and 139 in tho Fouth Ward Building making a total of 1015 children In Somersets three school buildings Now what has Brer Ed Walton got to say to that Somerset Journal Brer Campbell talks as big about Somersetskschool children as if he had a few At a mass meeting at the City Hall at Corbin tho old Commercial Club was reconstructed and given the name of a Business Mens Association F A Sawyer of Louisville addressed tho gathering In nn interesting way and was followed by D M White City Clerk who is still imbued with the spirit of the State Development con vention J H Mitchell president of the Corbin Banking Company Dr J F Bryant nnd other leading citizens The new organization starts out with something like 40 enthusiastic mom bers The following officers were elected W L Surran president J A Steele vice president D M White secretary and treasurer and nine of the most prominent business men of Corbin executive committee men t A Fearful Fate It Is a fearful futo to have to endure the terrible torture of Piles I can truthfully satt writes Harry Colson of MusonvUlo InIthat for Blind Bleeding Itching and Protruding fi PlIes Bueklens Arnica Salvo is the c best euro made Also best for cuts burns and Injuries 23q atOL Penny Stanford Lyno Bros of Crab Orch ard I r t a The interior Journalj E C WALTON TilE Democrats of the House unanimously renominated John Sharp Williams of Mississippi for Speaker of tho House Mr Williams addressed the meeting making an earnest pleu for harmonious action for tho benefit of the party In his speech ho out lined the Democratic policy especially as being apposed to any ship subsidy and in favor of strong antitrust legislation and railway rate legislation The Republican members met in tpo Capitol at Washington yesterday amI renominated Speaker Cannon and aU the old officers of tho House Mr Cannon delivered a speech of acceptant in which he touched lightly on the desirability of legislation to prevent agreements in restraint of trade an- drtoregulate commerce among the States andwith foreign nations tAsPresident Roosevelts special train was passing through North Philadel- phiat at night on tho return fl9m Princeton to Washington some unknown person hurled a masons plumb a throughone of the windows of the combination car Tho missile fell at the feet of Maj Webb Hayes The President who was in his private car did not know of the incident until an hour later Some good old fellow Mason perpetrated the joke we opine AkBlackburn on the first ballot just as- a compliment to the old man will find y that they wont be able to express another choice for Paynter will be elected on the first ballot Like the answer of the little newsboy to his fellow l ragamuffin who begged for the core of the apple he was eating r There aint going to be ho core H H SIMMS who is contesting the election of H S McNutt to the State Senate testified that he is and has been the postmaster at Worthington andtl t admission shows that he is ineligible for candidacy under the provisions of the constitution For the good Lords sake do the republicans want to hold offices by the dozens 1 A HANDSOME monument with the following inscription has been placed over the grave of Col Craddock in the Paris cemetery John Givens Craddocl August 23 1825December 24 1904 Editor Kentuckian Citizen Paris Ky editor and writer 55 years Mexica War Veteran Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy TUB trio of Lexington politician who are trying to make the Presider reconsider his determination in regard to the appointment of Sam Roberts are likely singing Psalms to a dead horse Come back boys and cut the cards for another deal Sar has won this game TUB St Louis grand jury thinks that t E G Lewis is several kinds of a son ofagun One indictment charges hint with a scheme to defraud by imprope use of the mails and the other charge him with defrauding the government out of postage on his publicatipns MRS CHADWICK the lamented Cas sic hasasked permission to appeal in court and testify at length as to her financial transactions The probability is she will not be granted this privi lege if certain prominent financier can get the ear of the court first u Wfi understand Louisville is working itself up into the belief that it will grab the State College away from Lex ington When the rollers are put un der the State College it will be moved to Stanford and no further mark that Louisville A JEFFERSONVLLE Im couple has been divorced after having livid to gether 37 years It takes soma people a long time to find out what they want POLITICAL These postmasters are appointed Drum Pulaski county Robert L Bray Ritner Wayne county Jerry Jones Mr Do You appeared as interpreter in the United States court for Pong Kee who docs not want to be sent back returns from 100 of the 119 counties in the State of the vote cast at the late election show a democratic ma jority of 37083 The elections in Cuba resulted in a sweeping victory for the Moderate can didates every nominee of that party being elected from President Palma to the Provincial Councilor- sIt is the belief of Senator Beveridge of Indiana that the coming Congress will pass a bill admitting Oklahoma and Indian Territory us one State and Arizona and New Mexico as another- It is said the Senate Democrats have reached a decision not to vote again for Senator Frye of Maine for the Presidency pro tern of the Senate but to vote for one of their own party At Washington Nathaniel T Crutch field of Louisville chief clerk to the commission engaged in codifying the f Federal statutes was dismissed from the and a Montana Republican was appointed in his stead f f What the republican party in K en tucky needs U a head shouts the Lou isville Herald You are exactly rtght sonny exactly right How would lIon William Godfrey Hunter of Somers suit you 7 Glasgow Times Thomas J Scally State Inspector of Labor filed his annual report and in It he suggests more stringent laws governing the employment ot women al1d children in factories He says that 5 3GO child laborers are employed in Ken tuckyFormer President Grover Clevela McClellan and allIIdressesof read trom President Roosevelt and Vicj President Fairbanks Congress assembled yesterday in Washing tan but it is not expected that any great amount of business will be transacted during the present week Todity will be devoted to organization mesjsageSenate will adjourn on Thursday until the following Monday The Bouse may pass an emergency appropriati for the Panama canal this week MATRIMONIAL A man named Booze from Pittsbut Ky was granted license to marry in Washington City a few days ago Mr James Boiling a teacher in the Danville public school and Miss Elizabeth Cox of JunctionCity were married Wednesday afternoon at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs F M CoxAdvocateMiss and Thomps Hill both of the Buckeye section of Garrard county were married at the brides home Elder F M Tinder officiating The groom is a prosperous young farmer and the bride is a handsome young lady who frequently visits Mrs S II Aldridge of this city Miss Nettie W Gover the beautif daughter of Mr and Mrs J F Gover of this county was married in Louisville last week to Mr Walter H Wor sham They were accompanied by Mr C L Gover of Corbin and Miss Jess Edwards of Stonega Va The bride is highly accomplished a cultured and most popular young woman Deloved by all for her sweet disposition and sunny temperament she is a social favorite and will make beautiful the lome that has been prepared for her reception The groom a worthy christian gentleman is one of Corbins most substantial citizens He comes from one af the oldest and most aristocratic families of Virginia Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Worsha left for Pensacola Ncv Orleans and other Southern points They will bo at tome to their friends after Dec lOt X TilE INTERIOR ounxhasircquen Iy stated and it cheerfully reiterates on this occasion that it has the best newspaper force in the State or country The editor was indisposed last week and Messrs J M Alverson H Rowan Jaufiey and Robert Fenzel we name hem in this order for the simple tease heir ages run that way got out both issues and we think our readers wiU agree that they are up to if not above the average did a lot of job printing set new and changed old advertisement did some collecting etc etc They not only did the work well but did it cheerfully and when our fortunes increas sufficiently we propose making each of them a millionaire and supply the latter two gentlemen with firstclass dailies Thinking Mr Alverson had rather havea seat in the U S Senate we repose to provide him with one if we have to resort to having one made and tting it in the aisle of that august body They are great boys all of them and we only regret that our exchequer will not now do for them that which we- arc sure to do later Subscribe for the I J at once and help us hasten the atter Fighting For seven years1 writes Geo W oilman of Harper Wash I hai bitter battle with chronic stomacl- and liver trouble but at last I won nnll cured my diseases by tho use 6 f leclrhs Bitters I unhesitating con mend them to all and dont In- tomln the future to be without then In tho house They are certainly u wonderful medicine to have cured such u bad case as mine Sold under guarantee to do tho same for you b f G L Penny Stanford Lynollros of Crab Orchard at 60c a bottle lry them today Members of a Mercer county church complain because the edifice is full of- lIens and in consequence the minister Is said to scratch and preach to empty pews and the weekly prayer meetings been temporarily suspended L J Jabino wants Sheriff Black well of Muhlenberg county removed from office because he will not collect a railroad tax assessment to pay bonds held by him representing with interest added about 10000 Mrs Ina Berry ofSpokane Wash who has held possession of a passenger car at Girard Kasf for two days shooting at any one who tries to enter Is still control of the situation Here andThere It 13 said that Lancaster Is to have new hotel Nearly 10000 was raised for the Jewish relief fund at a mass meeting in F Black a prominent democratic politician and mayor of Mans field 0 from 1893 to 1895 is dead Mark Pitman head master of tht Choate School founded by him in 189G and a well known educator is dead John Bartlett who complied the world known as Bartletts Familiar Quotations died at his home in Cambridge The mansion built near Rye N Yfi on Long Island Sound by John ADlxI the war governor of New York was destroyed by fire Emergency Medicine fAn bruises burns scalds Injuries there Is nothing as Chamberlains Pain llama It soothes tho wound and not only gives instant relief from pain but causes tho parts to heal In about ono third tho tune required by tho usual treatment As It Is an antiseptic nil danger from blood poisoning Is avoided Sold by all druggists lion T Everett Butler former Representative to the General Assem bly from the Seventh District died In Denver where he had gone in search of health Must tie Quick Pains in tho stomach and attacks of the colic come on no suddenly and are so extremely painful that ImmedIate relief must be obtained There Is no necessity of sending for a doctor In such cases If a boltleof Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhoo Remedy Is at hand No doctor can prescribe a better medicine For sale by all druggists For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres ot land iltiuod lust outRide ot town limits on the Somerset ilko Houso has 7 rooms kitchen sod ser ants room good collar stable and all leccMary outbuildings Water lijdrant In be yard nnd one for stock J V IUILKY i g e 1t eaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IlnrnessSaddlery Ac STANFORDIKENTVCIY Office Phone 167 Home Phone 33 JIl Beazley Co UudertaKers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugg They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Jee STYLE AND FIT r No matter the Quality of the Goods if they do not Fit they are I failures and you are dissatisfied O- urOVERCOTS SUITSA- re madeof the Best Material obtainable and their Style andtFitting Qualites are Simply Perfect We do not claim the cheap est stuff in town but we do claim the Best Fitting Suits and Over coats Put one on and see if our statement is not correctI H J MROBERTS STANFORD ar 1 9 I+ AftKEftS- HAIR BALSAM ClMtun md tMMirw halt rranutM t loturUM mOu I Falls to atorr Grtyl YathNGeolerIo I UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almolt u good as new for a amount I CAn Hi your umbrella hotter than the tramp repairers and for less Olve me a trial FaANZATaiNIatanford- H F HILLENMEYER I SONS Bluo Crass Nursorios Lcxngron KY Offer for the Yell of lAtSa full stock of rnlt trove grnp vines upnr- igusauuiifruitrhulnrbhrulnetc employ no thu planter UntnKuiue on nppllctitloii Dai1 Traylor DSALCH Id WhlsYtli Brandu Wines Bee Clears Etc OrpMr House STANFORD KY- oiou to Depot Prompt andpoUtsattention Nothing buttbs N lo drink Mall phone cr tr pb oiiitrs IIClln iroaptitttnuon HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I tlrMro to sell privately my hotel proper ty and livery ni nyille tug can tw nwd us hotel or prlvntorisltlpnc for two thinbluhnedietallsuudlsiiiIxiilrepnir U not Mild by Jan let will rent It for ono yeni Ilouto and burn newly covtrctl Hotol Ii III llrmliil svlinol dlttrlct For furtlmr xirtlc cull nn or nililnm- DHCAIllKNTKlt IlllstonvllliS Ky EXTENSION I In order to mnko room for comiiif goods wo will enlarge our store at once but we want to movo roine of our goods quick mid will give seam good bargains Latest a tylo in rugs carpets mid furniture Call and IiCOi us Livery Millinery and undcrtak ing Pruitt BrothersMorulnnilt Ky Do You Want a Home If so wo rnn furnluli you ono nny klml rou want V for inlt n Kriiit variety of furuicdwelliug house btislncss IIOUMI inU tni3lliL s propottlt lon If You Want a Farm write us what kInd of a place you ore look nit for what nice what IniproviMiicnU vliiTo located how much you uro wlllluit to nvett ami any other iwrtlnent Inforiniitlon farina of all sizes character and ricesandwenrectrtnlntolnterostyou if ou nre on tho ring you one of our printed lists OKNTIIALKY UKAI KHTATB OO It K YotJNO President LeibunouKyit t a 1Lr Irhi t If ytof AIrcOl i tIHoliday Presents J We have exhibited nice Holiday t YnifJlht s before but none that com r pure with tho one wo now ask you to viiI inspect 1S niche Fine Jewelry Sal r I V Jverv Novelties nod Silver Tableware 4 tJjJf C Fiuo hand Palatal China Cut Glntf sI4 Ktc Ktc High Quality Goods at V t t Low Price Coino niul lie Wnvinceelt W H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler r STANFORD KENTUCKY i fft 4 r S 3Y 1 h Good Weather to Paint Dont put off painting till next spring Do it 111- Wcatber f conditions arc good no long spring rains to soak into the lumber and jeopardize good results no gnats and flies to stick to the fresh paint the paint put on now gives protection against winter storms SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT MADE TO TAINT BUILDINGS WITH is the safest paint to usc It gives the best protection at the smallest cost If youre going to paint this fall let us talk to you about S W P SOLD Pennys Drug StorIft1t Stanford Kentuckyt JDI l t t fvp t tlLat L December Reduction Sale IvTh- ose who have attended our former SemiAnnual Clearing up Sales need no introduction to them but to those who have never reaped the benefit of one should by all means attend this from our stand point necessary evil to merchandising Big cuts on all Winter goods Odd lots and Remnants marked at about half price If in need of a Cloak Suit Skirt Underwear Blankets Comforts Shoes c come A to this sale early and often Sale begins WEDNESDAY DEC 6TH jI SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY r4 BtAFOIID KY UBC r 1905 TRY Into Vnnllla for flavorirr for your Thankrlthlng delicacies Sold Jnbulk Pennys Drug Store r PERSONALS I Mn G L PENNY spent several days InLouiivillo SENATOR U L HUBBLE attended court at Richmond yesterday V A LEAK and family were wltli Mr J A Dudderar Thanksgiving + 11R JOHN G LYNN of the Maywood section is down with rheumatism MR J H MCALI8TEK of Way i bliss Is hero with hIs many friends Mtu W C DAVIS of Lancaster was hero Sunday returning from Somerset t Mil L B GIVKN8 of Harrodsburtr Ito with his mother Mr Mary Givens I HORN to tho wife of John Camen- ted ncarTurncnivllle Sunday n 10 pound girl MR J B CLAUfccii of Somerset baa joined tho wife and children at Mr JI NKVIUS spent several LynnaFbutsher son Joseph Novius at IJoiioN of Lebanon was t hero Sunday Ho Is delighted with his new home MRS JULIA Huoiias is visiting her daughter Mrs Ernest Carter nt Evansville lad MRSJ Fl CLAUNCU and little son of Somerset were the guests of Mr J E Lynn and family 1Juixn JAS P BAILEY spent Thanks his daughter Mrs H D Gregory at Covington MR J C WILKINSON of Augusta I Kansas is visiting hla brother Dink Wilkinson at Morcland Miss FRANCES ADAMS spent several days with her sister Mrs Rodman Kee non at Frankfort last week MR S W GIVENS of Mlddlcsboro Is down to see his mother Mrs Mary Givens who llngerslat deaths door MAYOR A H FLORENCE who is up from tho oil fields of Wayne county says things arc right for a big yield of oil MR AND MM WM FOUR and little daughter Sue Anna of Garrard spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs J A Duddcrar MRST D HANKY and little Leila 1W Cook went to Le Roy III YClitenlay I to visit Mrs Kancys mother Mrs Kato Dudderar MR E Y DUNN and stster in law Mrs J H Dunn of Ilrodhcad were with friends hero yesterday Mr Dunn paid this office a pleasant call MESSRS Eo W WELLS and Jesso Smith of Carrollton Ga accompanied by Mr C T IJohon of Lebanon have I been in the West End buying mules lamMR AND Mns W D WAUIN of Orchard were hero Saturday to 1Crab IL L Tate whose condition unchanged Mt Vernon Sign MRS SAMUEL IIIEUS and Miss Margaret Phelps of Madicon have return l ed homo after a visit to Mr and Mrs P W Carter and other relatives In tillS county Miss UESSIK MAY LEAR of I incas tor und Miss Hossio Yantis of this place havo returned rrom a pleasant f visit to Miss Sadie Daughman at Hus tonvlllc Dn J G CIIINnn has been invited by the Muldraulth Hill Medical Society to deliver an address at Eliza bothtown on Strangulated Hernia and FirstHour Surgery Dec 7 and will likely accept WE wero mistaken when wo stated n few issues age that Mr Thomas I Shanks formerly of this place had formed a partnership with Judge An drew Evans of Kansas City 110 only olllcos with tho judge MR CEO n WEAREN nnd sister Miss nettie stopped oil hero en route to Cairo Ill They accompanied tho romrilns ot Mrs Susan J Harris to ancaster This was Mr Wearens J i first visit to his old home since he left hero some years ago anti his many t friends were glad to see him again II LOCALS FOR SALE OR RENTY homo in I Stanford J K VanArsdale + 4 jIIEgrandest display of lamps will be shown at Thursday 1 sheilsclcaning rodsCurls gun cases etc W N Craig pharmacist SILVER novelties at Muellers NEW line of umbrellas just received See our window L M Hucy Co DONT miss our opening Thursday I Dec 7 from 2 to 5 Ceo II Farris THE Q ChW inaugurated a parlor car service between Danville and Cincinnati W G PREWITTS atPcrryvllle was blown open und robbed of to in cash and several checks IT was reported here yesterday thu Thomas Heat had bought Bert Shew makers handsome projKjrty at More land for 2200 MR W It DENIIAM of this place has sold his 185acro farm in Boyle county to Mr Morris J Farris for 12000 Possession Jan EXCHANGE OR SALE 130acre good improved farm In Mercer county for a farm near Hustonvillc W T Ewing real estate agency Harrodsburg Ky FOR SALEII andacres of land one mile south of McKinney t n Middlcburg pike property of Mrs Lu cy Lewis For terms apply to J F Cash Turncravllle ALL holding claims against the estate of Altred Simpson deceased are requested to leave them with J D Paxton verified as required by law Milton Simpson exor 2U n WILL havo a display of fancy work at my homo on Lancaster street the first week In December The ladles are Invited to call and see It Mrs C Leslie Carter Stanford IP you want to havefun the bar rel attend the Old Fiddlers Contest at McKinney Saturday night No fiddler who isnot over 40 years old can take part Premiums 10 to first and 5 to second Younger fiddlers can partici pate in another contest for 350 FOR SAKK KEEPING Deputy Sheriff Hunn Scovillo and Assistant George A Wrenn of London delivered to Jailer Hcrrin Sunday morning Elmer Taylor who killed James Moore also colored and hail been refused bond lie will remain hero till tho next term of the Lau rel circuit court FINDING their quarters too small Cummins McClary the upto dale gents furnishers havo rented the storeroom occupied by Mr J W Per rin and will unite tho two when Mr Perrin moves down to tho Gray storeroom ho bought some months ago It will be a daisy storeroom when this is done HENRY ROGERS Jutlyear old son of II J Rogers a farmer living on White Oak Creek near Junction City lost a foot Saturday afternoon by the accidental discharge of a shot gun in the hands of one of his playmates Tho boys had been hunting and were shooting at n target when tho piece was discharged Tho load tore tho foot nearloff which necessitated imputation JOHN STANLEY who is in tho Laurel county jail serving out a sentence for shooting his soninlaw has received a yarning anonymous letter stating what the people intend to do to him when he gets out John is so outraged over the prospect of being lynched that ho Juts authorized tho offer of a reward of 250 for tho namo of tho author of the epistle Jonathan dont want any bullets penetrating his hide SUES illS SisTKKJ A Royston of Lancaster has filed suit in tho Doyle Circuit Court against his sister Mrs 12001rhoed in looking after her business and children while en route to California nnd thereafter and thtt ho was to receive tho above amount as compensa tion according to a verbal agreement JOHN C VANIIOaxwho formerly lived near Moreland in Lincoln county and who was well known in this city WM killed by being run over by a train In Cincinnati Monday night Ho Was a ion of Oscar Vunllook who moved from Lincoln county to Indianapolis several years ago where they had since resld cd It is thought that ho was on his way to Lincoln county to visit relatives at the time ho met his deathSomer set Mountaineer GRAND opening of holiday goods on Dec 7 from 2 to 5 Geo H Farris DONT forget the sale of E A Relchcnbach near Mt Salem on Dec 9thWANTEDA NNo1 farm hand Willi pay 1750 per month and board him John Y Jones Danville TilE city board of supervisors com posed of W C Shanks John Bright Sr and H C liaughman is in session BEGINNING Thursday Rural Free Delivery Routes 2 and 3 will leave Stun ford at 71C A sL returning not late than 115 P i Tot ladies of tho Presbyterian church will have their Bazaar Saturday Dec 0th in the Odd ellows building cor ner Main and Depot streets Fancy and useful articles will bo on sale suit able for Christmas presents All arc invited to call 2t NOTICE TO TAXrAYERSI will adver tise in tho INTERIOR JOURMAL on Tee day Dec 12 1905 all taxes on my books unpaid This means you as I will not havo any favorites I must settle on Jan 1st as my term of office expires then M S Baughman sher iff APPLE JACK GALORE Col George D Wcathcrford the popular mine host of Hotel Weathcrford Hustonville has just received from a noted brandy dis tiller of Russell county 25 barrels of brandy which experts say is tho beat ever It is put up in barrels made by tho distiller and the cooperage is al most perfect r Tim Rally Day exercises at the Chris tian church Sunday evening wero delightfully interesting Tho tots did their parts splendidly while tho older ones Bro also duo much credit The solos of Profs J W Ireland and 0 B Fallis were excellent and the quartette singing of Messrs J W Perrin T D Raney O B Fallis and J W Ireland was tho best ever heard in Stanford Tho ladies who got up tho entertain ment are to bo heartily congratulated OWSLEY At the home of Mr Ben Purcell near Maretsburg Rockcastlo county Mr Franklin Owsley aged about 69 died Friday night at 930 o clock after a three weeks illness of a complication of troubles Mr Owsley was torn in the old stone house at Need more now occupied by Mr W A Fowlo and had lived most of his life in Lincoln county with tho exception of n few years at Knoxville Tenn Mr Owsley was married twice his last wife being Miss Susan Rochester which un ion was blessed with four girls and one boy Mr Owsley In religious faith was a Baptist By those who knew him it is said that a more honorable man never lived anti that ho performed many acts of kindness but never dis piayed them Ho was n great man to walk and often would bo seen upon the highway walking to Lancaster Dan ville Crab Orchard and towns of that distance Mr Owsley by hard labor and taking caro of what ho made man aged to accumlate quite an estate The remains were interred in Buffalo cemetery Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock after short services at tho grave by Dr Wm Shelton Tim impromptu dance given at Salons Opera house Friday evening was much enjoyed by tho beaux and belles of Stanford and vicinity The young Indies never looked prettier and the young men wero on their best behavior and tho light fantastic was tripped to the sweet strains of Cook Tilfords orchestra Thoso present were W B Wearen and Miss Sue Taylor Engle man J L B Coffey and Miss Bessie MissIusan and Miss Josephine Brady R L Warner and Miss Martha Menefee A M Pence and Miss Sallie Taylor Woods J bL Alverson and Miss Clara Cooper Reuben Bronuugh and Miss Lovisa lIar Iris George Chancellor and Miss Jo sephine Sandidge L Wearen Hughes und Miss Addle McClary L M Huey and Miss Myrtle OBannon T W Pen fiington and Miss Mary McRoberts John Chadwick and Miss Jennie Lynn ames F Brady and Miss Alma Reynolds Misses Mary D Kennedy and Francis Cooper and Mrs Susan Ycagcr Mr and Mrs John II Shanks Earl Coleman George B Saufley Haynes Smith Robert Root and Harry Hill 4 FROM now till Xmas my line of hats will goat cost Misses Straub BRING your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best service LAP robes horso blankets blizzard storm fronts for buggies etc J C McClary Mn ALVAll LUCAS will furnish us a good letter each week from McKinney hereafter OUR Hustonville letter will appea Friday It got tangled in the mails en route yesterday Tim ofthe Graded School was handed in too late for this issue Twill appear Friday FOR RENT Cottage near depot just vacated by Capt Richards Posses sion at once P P Nunnelley A GREAT deal of corn especially in the West End remains ungathered notwithstanding the fine weather we had during Fall SUNDAY and yesterday were painful ly cold days after the heavy rain of Saturday and Saturday night It is some warmer this morning and the weather is model for hog killing SAM IIELM who went with the Dan vine party hunting saw neither a bear nor a deer They went about 75 miles below Memphis When Teddy was down there a year ago he scared them allout of the countr- yBoIYFYElderJGLivingston writes that Mrs Hixon Bowen aged 78 died near Crab Orchard and was buried in tho Adams burying ground after services by Eld Livingston She was a devout member of the Christian church and a splendid woman Torture of a Preacher The story of tho torture of Rev O D Moore pastorofthe Baptist church of IJarpcrsvllle NV Y will Interest you Ho says I suffered agonies because of a jwrslstent cough resulting from the grip I had to sleep sitting up in bed tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely cured my cough und saved mo from consumption A grand cure for diseased conditions of Throat andLungs At G L Peaty Stanford LyneBros Crab Orchard price SOc and 3100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Judge B F Roach of Harrodsburg will ho married on December 20th to Mss Irene Williams a Southern beauty of Vicksburg n McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Mnnufacturonot Jvanr Lnsiys Klnnnrl lllntikoU nnd Ynrn ttcmliu your wool Wo loke wool In exchnngo for work tlu iimrkut price HttUfuctlon Rimruiitwd Onll or write prices and Information Affbnt wonted BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Doiut Street STANFORD KY Attention to Commercial Men Your is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Rons In Connection POSTED We wliono names appear below strictly forbid bunting ntlilng or tiny kind of tree on our place and will prosecute Violator to the full extent of tho law Mrs Kato Ailor llelchetiuccli Bro Fred VooOruenlgan Albert VonOruenlgKo Kro l VooAllniun Fred lIaumann Alfred Simpson Holmes fleweEMiss Mattlo II Relchenbach Guarle Cuminlm Jos Uallnu A O Dunn S Holmes W E Amon WIt Daughertj J Hoffman M D El more Ieter W Tarter J NevIn Carter J E Uruce W F Ehomtker Thomas Ferrill Green Ferrill- F J Coon John It Oameulicb BamTrawbrldge A D Root Charles Rnislln Frank Cordlcr Mrs M Hayden Welch Peter Balmer Jobn Meier Samuel Llndioy Jacob Gander Mrs Alice M tie David Stephens Mary Hntrmatin L P Nunnelley J w Baughroan- Onrlstenu Orayion J O Carpenter y NOTICE I In the last issue of the INTERIOR JOURNAL under the caption of WARNING signed by Len G Ede lin it seems that he would have it appear that Honest Mike Boots sold by others than HIS representative in this town are imitations We sell Genuine Honest Mike Boots have all sizes and guarantee them We shall continue to sell them as long as our customers want them Fresh stock bought this year no souvenirs 350 Per Pair CU1f1I NS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky A Few Items of Interest to be See qt L MAa Cos Store torte 75c Knit shirts at 59c 125 Satteen skirts at 98c Our entire stock of Japanese Ware at greatly reduced prices also entire stock of Shoes AT or BELOW COST A new line of Neckwear ranging in prices from 25c to 1 Also a new lot of Chinaware in our lOc department which is extra good value Besides the above named articles we have acomplete line of Dry Goods Notions and Ladies Furnishings at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES We respectfully solicit your patronage L M RUBy CO Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky a rq YJR 1 In AI The Interior Journal Entered in the PoitOjfiee at Stanford cu tteondclaH malter- JcnLtHtlRJ TUBSUAYS AND 1T1UDAT AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH When not so paid 1100 will bo charged INSURANCE Fire Lightning Wtnd Htorm Ute and NUllo nrtllte 8TKONGK8T and HTOompnutoaRepresented Iowe tlo ilblo IlnUs elunrmttl s IVtylnc IlvO ordjUnoqunlled Tall with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilosldvnco Phone No Si NEW LIVERY STABLE BU3lSa ft CLASESON Ircn JUNCTION CITY KY FlntOlM Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and nay For Sale Jesse W Sweeney PBOratETOR Livery Food and Salo stablo Lancaster Ky HorsesSwellfed and cared for Up to into riga at reasonable rates i lH BOONE t COe ProprietorsL- IVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Servicesat ReasonableGood Livery Rate Call on ni on Depot Street Alto Dealer In Goal E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J R Paztos J R OwleT- s H Shunts W 0 Walker Oeo W aart J B Foster L O OooQh WH Oummtn W M Bright R U Rabble W n Shank to management Stanford 1Capital Stock 50000 Thin Institution was originally established ai tho Deposit of In then reorgnnlied as the National of Stanford In and again reorganized as the First National of Stanford It having practically an existence 13 It Is bettor now with facilities and than over In Hi honorable Accounts of Individual Fiduciaries and porations Solicited Sale Of I will nt my arm known fit the Ohnn Onnnnplnccnbout3ndha from Ktiiutonl on ott- TITftH1AY DKO STH following 6 1UlIounl1 tuning2yinrold mule 1 mule I flllllll horse htllck gprlng wagon l grnln drill corn plwtter- plnw Imrrowi Imrness and a number 0 articles UJtcful to farmer IVrnu inndu on ltl of unt- oJHMCAIIHTKIIHH JIOlmndier Aucr A SSurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrts Drug Store tho Owsloy Building Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Imy nmdyinndnclotlilnff when there I0little dllTentieu In tho of high irndo ruiidyiniulo suits nnd n suit innUo to your nuiisurtiniiil tnkcn by oil xlrlnccnllor I hnvtin hiindnoino IIn iVIntur goods I can inaku from n low bustuesnult to tho Knot dress suit Also overcoat trouwrs and fancy vests The cougatny I repnsent is one of the ImL H O RUPLEY th Tailor RESTORATIVES I The worn admlree men who are strong In du Equally good for Itooklet tree Paull MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s A itm BALI AT nmna DRUG BTOUC The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUQA35 Proprietor Electric Debts In every room Refurnished and under entire Management u r CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO Directors Successors Farmers Bank Trurt Oompiny undor lame coatlnuonsly for 30 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK I ACCOUNT Hoping Much business relations will prove mutually beneficial Ky flank 18SS Bank 1865 Uailc 1882 had unlnter for for well long career Cor sell The catties aged mart1 in Why prtco women New Tho and Officers H President I n Paxton Vice President U Oatbl W 0 WALKER Aist GENTRY KENNEYi Y- Are Extensive Dealers and of Doors Windows Blinds Sash Rough and Dressed Lumber Lime Ce and Acme Red Cedar Shin gles THEM FOR PRICES First National Bank rupteJ transact- fngbualneepromptly before Personalty blllllri21110wrs PRICE NsryeaGins wlthaterhant BANK SHANKS BRIGHT Oatbirr DANVILLE Manufacturers mentPortland Washington WRITE J HOOKKK PrtlS T lUlims V 1rei 1 J MonOBKRTS ChI W H WKAHENAiSt Ohr Held D iiVlllH g T Hacrln dtnnfnrd- J 3 Rocker Siufox K L Tanner UcKlnitu M D Elraore Stanford B H Baueliman Stanford T P Dill Stanford Jai Itoblnnon Rubble J n Hanzhman Stanford J DL 1ottus Stanford 0 B Tate Stanford Boots and High Top Shoes W B Perkins CUR- ESNERYOUSDEBJUnr salfraonalm1ldenlopmotaDiJ rcntlakea LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL Offlccrs Directors Honest Mike Crab Orchard Kentucky WaB MoRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD Soils KuiTccs Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead anti Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer FARMERS DEPARTMENT Lot of fat hogs for sale J S Murphy McKinney Fon SALE Twentyone yearling cat tie R H Crow 3t 75 extra good sheep for sale R C Hocker Stanford Few pure red Berkshire boars for sale S T Harris Stanford Secondhand twohorse poster forsal cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford YEARLING Polled Angus bulls for sale J W Baughman Stanford Wm Richardson of Breckinridi sold M McKee a suckling mule at 85 W H Shanks sold to Brown Lawson of Garrard 50 1800pound cattle at the Lexington Horse Sales Scott Hudson paid 1000 for the twoyeurold thoroughbred MUlades For sale at a bargain acres ofIan with small house in suburbs of Hits onville Ky Mrs F B Barnett FOR SALEFive two ycar old mules and five threeyear old mules In good shape Apply to F M Ware McKi feyeEtlar Davis a leading mule dealer ot ynnville Tenn recently sold a pail of mules for 425 They were 1Gi hands high and weighed 2700 pounds Ison Bros Harrodsburg bought a pair of 4 yearold horse mules from James Forsythe at 275 also a pair from J T Mountjoy Lawrenceburg- for 27250 The top price for cattle on the Chicago market last Monday was 675on the previous Monday it was 640 and or corresponding day of last year the top price was 730- Nashville men are behind a move ment to establish a goat and duck farm with a capital stock of 20001 fhG goats will be raised for their hides and the ducksfor feathers The farmi of the United States creased in value 3400000 every day during the past five years says Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Young man buy a farm and become a million sire Mules were higher court day at Mt Sterling than last court and sold briskly A large number were on the market Sixtecnhand mules at 175 to ilOO 152 mules at 150 to lG515han mules at 115 to 140 small mules at 90 to 210- Through an agent Thomas W Law sm of Boston bought the show marc American Girl from Gay Brothers oC Pisgah for 3000 The same firms old to Miss Louise Bohannon of St Augustine Fla the show maro Anne Randolph for 1600 Glavo Goddard bought 14 shorthorn cattle of Fred Forsytho at 28 L B Givens has bought 500 barrels of corn within the past 10 days at 2 delivered Because of the large quantities being shipped South he believes it will ad vance in price within the next month arrodsburg Herald Chas Miller Son and Mack Miller oC Bloomfield sold recently to a Tennessee party 80 14 to 15 hand yearling mules for 3000 Gam Hurst sold 28 41 hand yearling mules to a Tennessee party at 96 Same Peters 12 15hani mules at 11250 Bazil Hayden six 15 to IliA hand mules at 11050 A R D Overall seven 15hand mules at 10- 750Farmers Home Journal Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during the severe inter weather both my wife and iOJ contracted severs colds which ccdlly developed Into the worst kind of la grippe with all its miserable inptoms says Mr J S Egleston of Maplo Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching muscles sore head upped up eyes null noso running wilh alternate spoils of chills and roer Wo beganusingChamberlains- ough Honiedy aiding the samo with a doso of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets anti by its liberal use aoon completely knocked out the- grill It Is a good plan to tpko a dose or- tho Tablets when you have cold hay promote a healthy action of tho- bOlolil liver and kidneys which fs lwnys beneficial when tho system is congested by a cold or attack of the rip For sale by alldruggistH Energy said the young man who- had been calling regularly for about year energy and promptitude arc wanted nowadays Yes indeed the young lady with caning just loot at young Mr Wilson He only met Miss Anderson two months ago and now they arc engaged The First Requisite of Beauty The llrst requisite of beauty Is elllIr complexion Orlno Laxative Irult syrup clears a sallow blotched complexion as it stimulate the 1Ior- and bowels tend the eyes become bright and clear You owe it tit your Mends to take it if your complexion Is- ball Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup docs not nauseate or gripe and is very plcasllnt to take Refuse substitutes nnys Drug 5tolb- CHURCH MATTERS The C W B M will meet in the lecture room of the Christian church tomorrow Wednesday afternoon at 230- oclock REV GEORGE W RULAND Restored To Health By Vinol And Strongly Endorses It Prominent men from all parts of the country are indorsing Vinci and strong testimonial letters from four minister of tho gospel and several physicians have been received within a week Such unsolicited testimony as this is thc best proof of merit any medicine cnn haveTho Rev Geo W Ruland of Keene N11 writes I have used your cod liver oil preparation Vinci as a tonic and I do not believe there is any other medicine that can equal it It built mo up and strengthened me when run down nnd overworked Vinol has done for me more than was claimed for It We honestly believe there is no oth crremedy orcod liver oil preparation known to medicine that has the healing strengthening power which Vinol has and if fails to create strength and health for rundown debilitated people old people weak sickly women and child ren nursing mothers and after a lie vere sickness or if it falls to curs a hacking cough chronic cold throat or bronchial trouble or to make those who are too thin fat rosy and healthy we will return every cent paid us for it Is there a sick ailing or aged person in Stanford who can afford to ignore this generous offer Pennys Drug Store NellOh my Heres a telegram from Jack of the foot ball team BellWhatdoesitsdy Nelllt says Nose broken How do you prefer it setGreekor Roman Failed All efforts have ailed to find a better remedy for coughs colds and lung troubles than FolcyV Honey and iar It stops tho cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from avoid JX Patterson Nashua town writes Last winter I had a ball cold on my lungs and tried ut least half a dozen advertised cough inctli tInes and had treatment from two physicians without getting any benefit A friend recommended Foleya Honey md Tar and two thirds of a bottle Hired me I consider It tho greatest cough and lung medicine In the worM Pennys Drug Stow Young Mrs DoughdustOh Jack baby ske his first word today Ho said rakeolT as distinctly as you or father could The Key that Unlocks tho Door to Long Living Tho Hi and 00 years of age air not tho rotouml well fed but thin spate men who live on a slender filet Do- all careful us ho will however n man past middle age will occasionally rat too much or of some nrtlclu of food not suited to his constitution and wll need a ditto of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets toolonniit anti In Igorato the stomaehjand regulate his Ihor and bowels Vlifu tills Is uprio here Is no reason why the average null should nut live to old age oor- InIo by all druggists All the time you stand thinKing it over Ithem That still small voice Is not con science Its feet hurt feet Your feet would look smaller i shoes wouldnt twist out of shape and bulge at the sides i heels wouldn t callous nor stockings get holes from the heel sUpping up and down for VRFIT draws the snugly all around the ankle and adds style comfort and durability Dont think URFIT too good for your feetthey are the best feet youll ever have and Manss Urflt Shoes are the best shoes that were ever built t roil HALL BT H J McROBERTS to I tr f COP r c HeadquartersFo- r w Mens Overcoats 4 to li50 MOils Suit 8lfiO to SHi Bo V and Childs Suits 81 to S J Mens High Cut Shoes 2 to M 1fIIrkFine Shoes 8125 to 81 Ladies Fino Shoes 81 to 8260 and a most complete Line of Childrens School Shoes Prices 1 to 2 Dry Goods Cloaks Ladies anddGents Furnishings Etc Felt Boots for men nml boys Kuhbcnt fur men women stud children My f business has increased so that I hall to get an experienced salesman and you will Hud the wellknown Mr W A Carson with a- leSAMROBINSON t Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY r winter Goods Lap Robes Storm Aprons Blizzard Fronts Meat Cutters Sausage Stuf fers Lard Cans Butcher Knives and Hog Box Bottoms Carriage Heaters weH HIGGINS 1 i i STANFORD KY La I DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS Arc the favorite tools ofgood work men Their all around gOodness has made them so and all who ever used them swear by them You cant use any other lund ii you want to do the best work cnlstts RATCHETS TILES o GlOROE ht FARRIS IStanford Kentucky S H ALDRIDGE i The Tinner Plumber Furnace and Pump Man can furnishf lyousamay want See him salHe tell Lia RID Gw l Phone tiff Depot St Stanford K- y4NTIQN p I 7 Tlio place to buy Staple and Fancy li rOI rid 1 Cakes Candle Fruits Vcgctnblcs hcHl innkci of hardware Tinware QucctiKwarc lilucksnlithtand Wagon Makers Supplies Sewer Pipe SalttEtc Complete stock Lest good satisfactory pri- ceGeorge D Hopper Stanford Ky WINDOW GLASSIf 3 ft f AT WILL N CRAIG Shitri Druggist and Optician t1 Regular Sizes Kept In Stock Odd Sizes Cutsr r i j toOrder r t i W 2t