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I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL w VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 15 1905 NO 19 Business Opportunity t t At hock M mi Wednesday Dec 27 We will soil at public stile to the highest bidder our entire stock ot Merchan dise consisting of Dry Good Notions Shoes nnd Furnishing Good nleo Store Fixtures Wo will oiler the stock an u wholo nnd nlso in lots whichever plan brings the most we will occult as a sale We have about 5000t worthof stock well assorted clean nnd in good condition This U n good opportunity for sumo one looking for u location We Must Sell at Once on Account of Other Business Demanding Our Time and Attention t I onlyLv the State goollrich pro Oats Hay nnd Gus stock of nil kind Our people nlwayo have tho CASH to pay for their goods A good live merchant can tell 810000 worth of mcrchnndiio per annum the party buying the stock cnn got tlio store rami nt low prico for one year or longer if theywant it The store roau is brick and practically new IS feet front by 70 deep two stories nice stair way leading up from tho inside Storeroom a heated by furnace nod plen tyof light and the 101 location in town Tdnns of solo will bo announcul on dayof sale N The Logan Dry Goods Co Lancaster Ky sMARKSBURY Kcv Robinson preached nt the Fork church Sunday morning Homer Pence returned to college at th01homefolks Pleasant Grove next Come and hear a good sermon Miss Bessie Bolton baa Leon the guest of Miss Annie Perkins for n few days Miss Elizabeth Simpson Is visiting rela tives nnd friends In Lexington Mm Minerva Beddow formerly of this place but now of Lancaster cola orated her 99th birthday nt the home of her grand daughter Mrs Ophelia Dunn Dcc 3 She was born in Garrard and has spent most of her life here She is In remarkably good health May she live to enjoy many more happy birth days Rev W L Dodge preached at Pleas ant Grove Sunday morning lie was the guest of Miss Georgia Dunn while here Rev F N Tinder State presi dent nnd Mr Clyde E Van derMaaten held secretary of the Kentucky Christian Endeavor Union will address those interested In C E work at Pleasant Grove Friday evening Dec 1C at 7 oclock at Paint Lick Saturday eve ning Dec 10 at 615 Fnirviow Sunday afternoon Dec 17 at 3 oclock nnd Lancaster Monday evening Dec 18 nt 730 Everybody cordially invited to attend wOTy Hog killing and sausage grinding arc nbout nil over for this season Gray Boone who has been sick with malarial fever Is able to bo out again Charles Ensslin is running his grist mill on Buck creek below Dock Rus sells W T White and James Grayson are t two of the happiest men we have in this section Tho former has a sweet little girl and the latter bouncing boy John Wentzlos store resembles a toy factory You should sea them before buying your Christmas presents and Whito Davis for candy and lire worksEldon Silcr is moving to T M Boones house near Boones shop Hlxon Bow en is talking of going back to Virginia- his native State two daughters of James are very low consumption Whon you want a pleasant laxativo take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists t 4 HUSTONVILLE Tho aged mother of Rev G W Mills is dead at Bradfordsvllle Asa Peyton of Casey sold a Dig pity Dare stallion to Cain Weddle of PulaskI for 350 F M Pcavyhouso sold a lot of 120fl pound cattle at 3Jc John Lynn sold u bunch of ewes at SI J W Alta bought n lot of hogs in Casey at 3J to ic Miss Frances Adams of the Stanton Graded School spent several days with her mother here Mrs J Boyle Rend and daughter Miss Elizabeth Read oC Danville were guests of relatives here Juno II Reid will travel next year for the American Tobacco Co Ho should make a capital drummer T IL McAI Liter of Mississippi is with relatives of the West End after an absence of two yearn Mr and Mrs Rodman Keenon of Frankfort Miss Frances Adams of Stanford and Mr A J Adams of this place will visit Mr Sidney Adams at Birmingham during the holidays Tho Key that Unlocks the Door to Long Living The 8i and years of age are not the rotouml well ted hut thin spar men who live on u slender dlul tic as careful us he will however u man past middle age will occasionally eat too much or of some article of food not suited to leis constitution and will need n dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets louluanso ands in vigorate his stomnclijiinil regulate his liver and bowels When this Is done there la no reason why time average mat should not live to old ago For solo by nil druggists I hear Bumps hall given 1000 to the conscience fund Cant be true Why not never had 1000 worth of con scienceDetroit Free Press Appeals for Protection Your digestive organs appeal loudly for protection wjicn attacked by the microbes tormented food engendered In your stomach and bowels by dys pepsia biliousness and constipation This protection you can very easily extend to them by taking n dose or two of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Will you do ItV Sold by- G L Penny StsnfordC W Adams Ilustouvlllc at COc and e100 Money back If It falls- Lewisport went dry by nine votes INEWS NOTES Potter colored atScottsvIllc John Mchause of Huntingburg Ind fell downstairs at his homo and died sustnincdI were n fi vestorj apartment house in Now York City Mrs James Holdersulcldcd nt Hnwcs ville She had been married only 18 months and had an eight months old babyWilliam T Woodward a prominent and wealthy cotton man of Waco Tex as was burned to death while starting n fire Riley Hilton of Chattanooga Tcnn engaged in a fight with John Edgeman receiving a fractured skull which caused his death James M Eckford at one time UK lending criminal lawyer of San Antonio Texas was found dead in a cell of the jail at that place- Incompliance with Gov Hanlyt orders gambling In tho casinos at West Baden and French Lick Ind has been suspended Mrs Lizzie Halated an aged nnd widely known philanthropist died Bud denly and unexpectedly nt Lexington while at the breakfast table Roy Walker six years old of Knox villa was killed by Jesse Barber n seven year uld playmate with a toy pistol containing nflobcrt cartridge Tho little gunboat Wasp came Into port at Newport R I after a terrific battle with n hurricane during which sho sprang n leak and was kept afloat only by handbailing Gov Bcckham has offered a reward of 500 for tho arrest and conviction of Jake Jerry and Green Noble said to be implicated the killing of Grant Holiday a deputy sheriff In Breathitt county Messenger McLcar who runs on the Southern between Danville and Louis ville fell through the elevator opening in the Southern express office in Louisville and sustained a broken back nnd other serious injuries Homer B Hurlburt special messes ger from Korea who is now in Wash ington has received a message from the Korean Emperor declaring that the agreement with Japan is null and void because It was obtained by force On a sworn statement that his men- tAl condition is such as to preclude a court trial at present the hearing oi the case against David E Short ick the deposed Auditor of State of In diana was deferred until January 8 nextA was sprung in the Cir cult Court at Lexington Tuesday when Judge Parker urged the grand jury to fully investigate the charge that an attempt had been made to bribe a petit juror In the Hargis case last spring Robert Williams of Greenville Tenn hearing tho sheriff was about to ar rest him for wifeboating barricaded his home and defied the Sheriff and his men to enter Following a fight ir which moro than 100 shots were ex changed Williams was mortally wound edThe Catholics of Cincinnati and vi cinity have practically completed ar rangements for an International Greg orian Congress to be held during tho week following the May music festival The object of the congress is tho fur therance of the use of Gregorian music in the Catholic churches The court martial sentence in the case of Midshipman Meriwether was made public In Washington Mori wether is to be confined to the limits of tho Naval academy for one year and is to be publicly reprimanded by the Secretary of tho Navy Ho killed James R Branch another midshipman in a fist fight at Annapolis The latest and most sensational de velopments in tho contest between the Dark Tobacco Growers Protective Association nnd the buyers for tho trust wore the dynamiting of a factory at Elkton nnd tho bonrding of a train near there by armed nnd masked men who stated that they were in search of tobaccobuyers Fortunately they round no buyers Before the Supreme Court of the United States a motion was made in the Caleb Powers case for leave to file- t petition for a writ of mandamus commanding United States Judge Coch ran of the Eastern district of Kentucky to remand the case to the State courts nnd restore Powers to tho custody of the Sheriff of Scott county The Court took the matter under advisement An Emerge Medicine For sprains bruises burns scalds und similar Injuries there is nothing HO good as Chamberlains Pain Balm It soothes the wound and not only gives instant relief from pain but causes tho parts to heal In about one third the time required by tho usual treatment As it is an antiseptic all danger from blood poisoning U avoided Sold by all druggists t MATRIMONIAL Mrs Mattie Dasch of Noble III but 23 years of of age was married to he r third husband at Vincenncs Ind Prof JW Ireland superintendent of the Stanford Graded School and a polished elegant gentleman will be married next Thursday to Miss Bush Grinstead the beautiful daughter ot Prof W C Grinstead of Danville Rev W 11 Kendrick of Maryland uncle of the groom will perform the ceremony The wedding will hen quiet home affair only the close friends and near relatives of the contracting par tics being expected After the cere mony the young couple will leave fora short bridal tour to Northern Kentucky for a visit to the grooms relatives and will return the first of the year to re side in Stanford Mr Henry A Plq sants nnd Miss Sarah E King were married at t1e Christian church parsonage in Danville at 230 yesterday afternoon by Rev H C Garrison Tho wedding was a very quiet affair only a few close friends and relatives being present After the marriage Mr nnd Mrs Pleasants enjoyed a delightful repast at lion and Mrs Robert Hardings Tho groom Is one of Lincoln countys best men sober industrious and the soul of hon r Ilia bride is a handsome brunette high ly accomplised and very popular She is a daughter of the late S H King and is Indeed a most excellent young woman Both Mr and Mrs Pleasant have lived in the Mt Xenia section for years and no citizens in that splendid neighborhood stand higher We hearti ly congratulate Mr Pleasants on the jewel he has won and wish him and his all the pleasure that can come theirs wayAt the beautiful home of lion and Mrs Robert Harding in Danville at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon Miss Sadie Lee Stagg and Mr William M Riffs were joined in wedlocks holy bond The bride is the charming daughter of Mrs Jessie Plcasanta Stagg of the Mt Xenia section and is accomplished pretty and popular The groom who is a son of Mr Jesse P Riffe of the West End is a splendid young man in dustrious and moral nnd is most liked by those who know him best He Is to be congratulated on winning the heart and hand of so excellent a young lady as his bonnie bride After the mar riago ceremony the bridal couple and a few friends were delightfully entertained at dinner by Mr and Mrs Harding Tho menu Which was very elaborate was prepared by Klein of Louisville The INTERIOR JOURNAL which Includes Mrs Riffe in Its listof special friends joins her many friends and those of her old man in wishing them long lives filled to overflowing with happiness The bride was handsomely gowned am her natural beauty showed to its best advantage The occasion was a most joyful one and that tho union will prove- n happy one we have every reason to believe HUBBLE L G Hubble has returned from n trip to Wayne county- M B Eubanks bought a jack of J N Phelps for 400 The hemp machine is doing some fine work on T C Rankna farm Three new cases of typhoid fever art reported in the Bettis vicinity Albert Sloan sold four hogs to M B Eubanks nt 4Jc It L Hubble bought a jennet of James Messer for 100 Elder F M Tinder will preach at the Christian church Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Instead of 3 tho usual hour Richard Orr and George Rogers have moved to Boyle county Mrs Emma Tarter and son Clarence of Minton villo were guests of the formers sis ter Mrs J A Hammond Miss Artie Bastln of Yosemite is the guest of Mrs A C Carman Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during tho severe winter weather both my wife and myself contracted severe colds which speedily developed Into tho worst kind of la grippe with till its miserable symptoms II says Mr J S Egleston of Maple Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching muscles sore head topped up oycs and nose running wltt alternate spoils of chills and- over Wo began nsIngChamborlalns Cough Remedy aiding the same with a doso of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets nnd by Its liberal use spon completely knocked out tho grip II It Is a good plan to take a doe of tho Tablets when you have a cold They promote a healthy action of the bowels liver and kidneys which la always beneficial when the system Is congested by a cold or attack of the grip For sale by all druggists Of course Christmas comes in Dec That fact is not hard to rcm On the first of the year All the bills will appear Try to have them all paid by Sep Christmas Goods IN PROFUSION We nre now ready for the Holiday shoppers with more than double the stock ever shown in Danville iu the richest and most exclusive designs of Jewflr Watches Dinmonds Cut Glass Silverware Goldfilled and Solid Gold Goods Haul painled China and Hundreds of other Novelties and Works of Art und merit The Beauty and Richness of our goods could not be hotter illustrated than by the repetition of a remark made bya distant customer yesterday I would come 15 miles to see this store just for tho pleasure of seeing it Such expressions are heard every day and we thor oughly appreciate this spirit of good will nUll manifested gratitude in our giving Central Kentucky the greatest store ill the State Bear in minI that we Engrave NYFree of Charge upon every article we sell Seven grand prizes nre offered FliKE to those guessing nearest the number ot seeds in the big pumpkin on display in our window First prize Fine Hand Engraved 14 Karat Solid Gold Watch Fitted with 15 Jewel Elgin Movement Optical Department H If your eyes bother you consult our optician No charges HUGH MURRAY Danville Kentucky r 1r 1Our stock for Christmas Holidays is now complete Call and usW H HIGGINS trs e Our business will be run on a CASH BASIS after Jan 1906 Come and see what you can save by paying Cash H HIGGINS Iw STANFORD KY Pure Water I can furnish you n Filter that will make Pure Water in your cistern 7 You had better fix up your gutter und get one of these Filters so us to get the Winter amt Spring rains S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford K- yATTENTION Ir- s rho place to buy Staple and Fancy Groceries Cakqu Can lies Fruits Vegetables best makes of Hardware Tinware Queenswarc Blacksmith and Wagon Makers Supplies Sewer Pipe Salt Etc Complete stock best goods satisfactory prices r1 fB George DP Hopper Stanford Ky i The Interior Journal jEC WALTON I Now that Christmas is mighty near here the subject of candy is an ab sorbing one with the young people at least who will be surprised to read these figures In 1850 there were 383 manufactures listed for the United States with a total invested capital of 1035671 a total of 456904 paid in wages and a product valued at 3080671 The figures for 1900 according to the 12th census show 4297 manufactories 33583 employes earning 10867687 a year in wages an invested capital of 33155361 and an annual product valued at 8129054 The best experts put the value of the present output at from 100000000 to 125000000 but this as before intimated is far below the mark because some very large concerns some oC which have sales of more than 10C 000 a year are not scheduled as manufacturers as they make candy only for their own retail trade and sell none of it to other dealer 120000000 worth of candy or near two pounds to every man woman and child in the country Now is the time to get your share MRS JEFFERSON DAVIS wife of the President of the Southern Confederacy still keeps her residence in New York although she goes South 9uring the winter months Mrs Davis IS now 81 years old and very feeble aI though not ailing Mrs Davis is supported by Editor Joseph Pulitzer of the New York World who keeps her from feeling that she is a pensioner on his goodness by paying her for articles that she rarely writes It is one of the noblest deeds of the great editor and one that endears him to every Southern heart WITII Congress in session only a week over 10000 bills have been introduced in the House alone Of this number 5373 are known as public bills and 5963 are designated as pr t vale measures for the reason that they are in the interest of individual ot corporations Of the latter class pension bills constitute the great bulk of the number presented The members are evidently working over time to fool constituents who will neve hear of most of the bills again A BILL introduced in the House by Representative Humphreys of Mississippi strikes a body blow at blind tigers in prohibition States It compel the Federal government to make publi the identity and location of the holder of Federal liquor licenses A splendid bill and we hope it will pass We have always contended that government li censes should be prima facia evidence that whisky is sold by the holder DEATH rich harvest among men who play games during tho year now coming to a close As usual football leads with 21 victims Base ball is second with eleven fatal strike outs and the running turf tnjnl with nine fatalities Boxing supposed tube the most brutal of all sports recorded only six deaths which is only one more than the total for the year previous Tim Jamestown Exposition should be one of the most interesting from a his torical point of view that was ever giv en in this country It is in section made famous by two wars and every inchof i it is filled withhistorical memories It is hoped that Congress will bo more liber al than usual with such enterprises and vote a big appropriation The event is scheduled for 1907 TilE press boys all over Kentucky sympathize with John A Baird city editor of the Louisville Times who fell down a flight of steps at his home and fractured his skull The chances are against his recovery J B DISMUKE of Lee county Tex th is a man after President Roosevelts own heart He has been married three times and has 31 children all living POLITICAL byJames A Todd a retired dry goods merchant has been appointed assistant postmaster at Lexington Col Joseph Pugh of Covington says every vote from the Sixth district will get in line for Judge Paynter State Senator Brent Spence of Campbell county claimed by both Blackburn and Paynter announces for the latter Former Congressman John F Fitz gerald Democrat was elected Mayor of Boston by a plurality of 8380 over Louis A Frothingham Republican Senator Blackburn introduced bills to reimburse all drafted men in Kentucky in the amounts which they severally had to pay to hire substitutes in the civil war period Gov George E Chamberlain has an nounced the appointment of John M Ccarin of Portland to succeed the late John H Mitchell as United States Sen ator from Oregon Senator McCreary introduced a bill to secure free trade between the Uni ted States and the Philippine Islands It provides that from and after the approval of the act the products of the islands shall be admitted free of duty 1dnItNnv GrCr sttliiYllW uL William T Martin a Democrat who was a Major General in the Confedera army has been appointed Postmast at Natchez Miss A Floyd Byrd of Winchester has announced for Congress in the 10th district Mr Byrd was Commonwealll Attorney of the Breathitt district and a year ago moved to Winchester At Frankfort n satisfactory test of a voting machine was made before the State officials It is said that a bill favoring its adoption by the State will be presented to the General Assembly President Roosevelt has surprised the Alabama republicans by appointing Erastus J Parsons district attorney at Montgomery The influences of James S Clarkson of New York is said to be responsible for the appointment- The New York court of appeals decided that it could not issue the mandamus asked for by W R Hearst to order the reopening of ballot boxes and a recount of the ballots cast at the recent mayoralty election in New York The President sent to the Sedate the names of WG Dearing of Fleming burg to be Surveyor of the Port of Louisville Thomas H Myers to be postmaster at Grccnup and John N Kennedy to be postmaster at Monti celloRepresentative Gilbert offered ares lution to have spread upon the desks of members a printed record of the hearing at Manila before Secretary Taft and United States Congressmen relative to the importation and exportation of sugar tobacco and other produces and the Philippine tariff The Kentucky members were assigni to the following committees by Speaker Cannon Elections No I Ollie M James Judiciary David H Smitl Banking and Currency Ollie M Jame Merchant Marine and Fisheries Swagi Sherley Agriculture South Trimbl Territories A 0 Stanley Insular Affairs George G Gilbert Mines and Mining A 0 Stanley Labor A O Stanley Invalid Pensions D C Edwards Pensions Joseph B Bennett J M Richardson Private Land Claim G G Gilbert Revision of Laws J n Bennett Swagar Sherley Ventilatio and Acoustics David H Smith Expenditures in the Treasury Department Frank A Hopkins Expenditures in the War Department Joseph L Rhinocl Expenditures on Public Buildings Bout Trimble Industrial Arts and Exhibit J L Rhinock IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Pal Carnes is on trial at London for tilling John Miles The Odd Fellows of Barbourville will build a brick block in their town Hardin Pipes an exConfederate soldier of the Gravel Switch section is C Hackett a bachelor aged 84 lied at his home near White Hall Madison county He was said to be wort 1100000 which will go to an only sis erA clock over 100 years old has beet placed on exhibition at Edward Flaigi ewelry store Dogs got into W H illards flock of sheep and killed 10 of the finest ewes Danville News John Muymes a 15yearold boy while attempting to board a freight rain at Wildie Rockcastle county fel under the wheels and was instantly killed Ho and his brother were engag ed in the Wildie quarries Sheriff Rice W Johnson and Cap taln George W Albrecht of the State uard have scattered dodgers all over the country offering 800 reward for- the arrest of Frank Ball The dOdg- ers contain Balls picture It will be membered that Ball is charged with illing a man named Bolen at Middles boro The Childrens Delight When you consider the terrible times you used to have in childhood uOIler the infliction of easter oil salts and senna brimstone and treacle and otbcr horrors you can perhaps op rcclato the childrens delight with surin a pleasant medicine for impure blood stomach or bowel troubles as Dr Caldvells laxative Syrup Ppsln Besides being pleasant to- take It is unequalled by any other medIcine in the wide range of its irative powers for nearly all child rons diseases Sold by G L Penny Stanford C W Adams Ilustonvllle at Wo and 8100 Money back If it falls You remember old Duckets daughter who married a foreigner with a tieYes Well she has got a divorce from- him On what Fraudulent representationsOn aching Europe she were soiling for less than onefourth of what she paldSan Francisco Call A Hapyy Home- madeIs perfect then perfuct health igns within Its doors This Is best Insured by always keeping Dr Cald wills laxative Syrup Pepsin on hand and father mother and ch Heron taking a few doses at the least sign of omach liver or bowel trouble Always relieves and cures Sold by L Penny Stanford W C Adams ustonvllle at 50c and 8100 Mon ey back if it fails Here and There Andy Willison a fisherman shot and killed his 16yearold son at Rockpor Ind mistaking him for n coon they ha treedAs the result of an explosion at the powder works of the Dupont Powder Company near Boyles Ala five men were instantly killed The Kentucky Home Association to build in Denver a 100000 resort for Kentucky consumptives has been incorporated in Denver Advocates of the Ship Subsidy Dill fear that Speaker Cannon in making up his Merchant Marine Committee has given them a rough deal The Federal grand jury in Chicago has indicted the Chicago and Alton railroad and two of its former ofllcia on the charge of granting rebates The plant of the Middlcsboro Distil ing Company at Middlcsboro was raided by internal revcnuoolllccra who confiscated all the apparatus and 14000 gallons of whisky Carter H Smith a Government gaugcr was arrested n an alleged accomplice in assisting the distillers in disposing of their whisk without payment of the required tax Mrs Henry R Noble slstcrinlawc the three Noble brothers charged with the killing of Deputy Sheriff Grant Hoi liday of Breathitt county declare that despite the 1500 reward offerci for their arrest she will defend them with every dollar she has and will not betray their hiding place She lays they will not surrender as long as Jim ilargis is Judge CHURCH MATTERS REV L M OMER will fill his pulpiti at the Christian church Sunday Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at tails Gap church at 11 oclock Sunday morning Rev Joseph Cheney formerly of Anderson county died of heart failure at his home in Dallas Tex FOR SALEAbout 41 acres of land aile mile from Crab Orchard Ky 01 Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is a good home and a cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky ant has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at a bargain Forprice etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky Janitor We allow children rumLadyWhy of such is the kingdom of heaven Janitor Ycsm Ycr see even de lible admits dey wuznt intended for ats Judge TillyI wonder why women dont make good bill collectors BillyOh on account of the old say- Ing I suppose Till What old saying Billy A womans work is never dun Judge A COMPETITIVE examination for appointment to Normal course at Lexing- In held in office Dec 23 incoln county is entitled to four Must not be under 17 old Garland Singleton Superintendent TilE L N will give reduced rates to all points Dec 22 23 24 25 30 and 31 and Jan 1 good returning Jan account of the Whisky And Brandy- For Christmas an abundance of VhUkv and IIrnl1ll of the very tarot variety for Olirlnt Vrlto or call on nil at my More lOp of Hulls Onp JHCAHTKIl Htuuforil Ky THE COLUMBIA Greatcoat for tig men Is might ly wel1Ulullelfl Big loose garment grace and 8vnggcrue that belong in n young fellows coat The shoulders lapels front and nil the wear tolling parts are handwork cdlhc manufacturers outdid them selves in tho making of the garments but hardly did themselves justice in tho price Weve passed our advan lagoon to you The coat is worth 812 It is marked 810 W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky for and for every Foot In our vast assortment of Shoes we feel sure we ought to sui EVERYBODY The Ultra 350 and the Brockport 3 for- Ladies in the new swing lasts in Patent Leather Button and Lace are fit for a queen Our cheaper Ladies Shoes from 150 to 250 are Stylish and Good The Manss and Walkover for Men are familiar to you allin ViciBox CalfAlaska Calf at 350are as good as money today buys Our Patent in both Button if and Lace beauties at 350 and 5 High Top Shoes in Black and Tan solid as iron at 3 350 4 and 450 TheIBootee the best of all in different styles doubled from top to toe at 5 goods and Felt abundance J J00000JOOOO Q000 s H J I I f Dar l DIALIR IK WhlsI Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc Jarpwt Hous Slot to Otpot STANFORD KY Prompt a4 attention Nolhlnf bat th bea to drink Mall pboo tt till IIIIII orders rtcdvi troHpUtttntloo INSURANCEIIre Accident None nut tho HTIIO UKHTUompnnlvi lUpreiented ilbln Hate o Unylnglteo ordjUnequallrd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 HOTEL PROPERTY AND STAILE FOR SALE I dllro to nell rlvntel7 III hotel or trnndltvorythhleln Huttonvllle IHilld Inu inn iw uned ns reih1lnco nod Is pill arranged for two fiunlllei Htu blubns5Malta ii ud III good repair flea ty water nt tmrnniul hotel If home la not told by Jan 11 will rent It for ono year House and horn uvwljr cnxvntl I lulu Ii In Unlllrd Hchooldltrlct Korfurtlicr jmrtlc nrnddrii-MIHOAIlIKNTKItlIulonvllU Ky Undertakers nud Embalm ore Also Dcalcre in Fur niture MnttingflRuga They will exchange Furnituro for all Kinds of Stock Give Them n Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY PUBLIC SALE of Hciil Kstntonml IVrnmnl 1roiHrty Crab on Orchard to Mnywood on the wutuniof Owlnr Urvuk coinniiiiclng promptly at the hour of utoVlock A on- TtTKHDAV EO nr5 Mll tho di crllicd proiHrtv The turn ca tulnsl7yacrcaIIgood dwullinK of O born outbulldlngK iiudiinevorfnlllnttwHIln yard of invdlcul wiitor nnd nlo younit In yard and lo1 of furni U Oinliir Otllkh- ollUIIIIIIIIII which U known to be tlw 11c- orn land In tin HtuU Thre urn aero of thin lundhowod hit whnt and the out that buy thf gut half of Ihuwlitutulid 11 nUo sowed IlIlrll ThU fiirin U COIIVHII lent to KCliooU and churrhiii and In a good iKl hliorho lion It V H No Tema on Hwil K tntoOm hnlf tf ho paid conk to run ono and two yenrA with lllIlIllIulllllll1lnll bonrlnKO par rent interest front to ln rutalnvd on ronialmlor of purchase money Ono extra lenonuiImtxrtYcunIsts Ahneka of odder irtbundlee of oats n ehlckini rniittd cooking Iillll Peaking stove waling stove dining rotnn clialm goad nv newY rockers other chairs 7 bd- ItelldI suwing maclilne I A harrow lot or- rnrmlllg toots nice dnwior carpets In ilci I safes rat of dUliin and lamps mill 11huyoilier too nuinvroiu to inen lion on iwnioiml pro rty will Iw mnddkuuw no1tayofsiii ny ron dlllrlnl to took nl this tnrlll std on Whllt lit her Airin or J C of J PChmrdlerA40SHtlVllilTn SHOES Everybody Shoes C are Hocker Cheap MROBERTS STANFORD Traylor JLBeazleyCoM Willinl1II1 A Holiday Presents I We have exhibited nice Holiday Displays before but none that com pare with tho one we now ask you to inspect Watchw Fine Jewelry Sil von Novelties nnd Silver Tableware Fine Handfainted China Cut Gins Etc Etc High Quality Goods at Low Prices Como and bo convinced WIN Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY r I Holiday Goods SANTA CLAUS Wagon hiss overturned and the entire load is now on display at PENNYS DRUG STORE fun load includes some bcautiful things suitable for Holiday Gifts and yoii Vro cordially invited to make u visit for inspection 00000000 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FOR SALE Knrm of Macros good blur grass and to bacco land has i acre of hemp on U tide year tho balance In gnus Farm ono title from IIUDtonvlllo land tidjoln pike house of name kitchen buck had cistern near kitchen lRuflew bnrnirx35fM For terms apply to J1I r jA Stockholders Meeting c A meetlim of tho stock liolderi of tho Nn tittheirIInelItor to servo the 0taul J WTlIooxKii Omblor t New Plaid Silks WcllIc just received n new line of very swell plaid silks for teaidtPt womeiltiug not shown in this nmrkct before Oiiftv pattern of each kiiulTfic 81 mid 8100 per yard I SrAxtonu KY IKO 15 1005 I INSPECT tho line of Christmas Goods nt Pennys Drug Store J PERSONALS DH It L DAVWON went to Coving ton Wednesday Juoau GKOHGE M DAVISON is III of a nervous trouble Mn C E TATE hUB gone to Marion county to hunt blab Miss MARY MOIIIEY U saleslady at George II Farris store MRS W IL Coons and son BonnJc are visiting In Lexington MR H C UAUOIIMAM returned from a business trip to Louisville MlBS 1EAUU CAMPIlEUj Is visiting tt Miss Lydia Malone In Casey i Miss FANNIK THOMPSON of the East End is with Mrs E J Brown JUDOB JOHN W HUGHES of Mcrcer was hero yesterday on business Miss MARY PIIIUIPS has returned from n visit to Lexington friends Miss LINA Kc Somerset watt the guest or MissAddle McClary MRS LKANDEH DAVIDSON of Lancaster Is with her sister Mrs W A Car son Miss SOTIF ALCOHN returned ster flay from a visit to friends at Birming hamMRS W J EDMISTON of Crab Orchard was tho guest of Mrs h J SAnRA McCitmn and Clara Collier of Crab Orchard were guests of friends hero MR It E GAINKS Is back from Ok ho has been looking af liihoma1where MRS JOHN DOWNER and little Jaugh tor Mildred are back from a visit to Richmond friends Miss VIRGINIA PICKETT Is saleslady In tho jewelry store of W H Mueller during MR AND MRS B J ncniuRini of Mt Vernon were on yoatcrday trait bound for Louisville MESSRS PIEAS TUCKER and Robert Harbison of were here Wednesday buying cattle Miss STELLA UUILBY left yesterday for Fulton Mo where she ulate at an oral school MRS JENNIB CARPENTER of Burton vllle spent several days with her sister Mrs H Swope MESSRS S M OWKNS J T Embry and C V Gentry are attending the horso sales nt Lexington MRS EIIZAIIETH FISH and grandson Montcz Fish went to Crab yesterday to visit relatives MISSES FLONNIB HAMMOND and her guest Miss Nannle Rogers of Garrard wero callers at this onico Wednesday Mns J S OWSLKY Ju entertained Informally Wednesday evening In honor of Mrs Lawrence of Cin cinnati MrsJane Evanslof Chattanooga are visiting friends In the GilbcrU Creek section MRS W H SHANKS entertained Monday evening very beautifully In honor of Mrs Lawrence Adams of Cincinnati MRS CLEO BROWN and Misses Anna Thompson anti Koca linker wore on train hound for Louisville to do Christmas shopping IhV L M OMBR nrnved nt his sis ters In Union county aftor ono of her little had accidentally shot and fatally wounded his brother MRS J S Wee gave n swell rccop tlon Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs Lawrence Adams of Cincinnati There were 20 guests present DR W W BUIKJIN ono of the lead lug dentists of Richmond will move to Lexington where ho will practice his profession and mako his future MRS S E BROOKS and Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard leave tomor row for Cnrtersville Ga to spend the winter with Mr John IiBrooks who Is in the mercantile business there t LOCALS IButyour wife an Electric range for Xmas George Farris FULL lino of useful nnd ornamental Xmas gifts Tribble Pence i BEAUTIFUL line of knives just received P G Warner Son WANTED To exchange lumber laths and fencing posts for corn P M Con- der Crab Orchard A CLOAK suit skirt or furs bought at our December clean up sale means a I saving Severance Son PUPILS of tho thirdgradewill hang up 25 stockings next Wednesday night but you arc not expected to fill them NICE line of statuary pictures wagons sleds carts rocking horses veloclped e and Pence re all afortXtmas trade SILVER novelties at Muellers MY sale K VanArs dale Tin most useful presents for Xmas gifts are at Farris FROM now till Xmas my line of hats will go at cost Misses Straub SEE W H Muellers big selection oi jewel boxes brushes combs mirrors etc THERE bonSanta Onus at the Graded School next Wednesday eve ning I HAVE received n consignment of tin genuine Virginia saddles J C Mc Clary HOMINY Buckwheat flour kraut and all kinds of fruit for the holidays at T D NewlandH FOR RENT Storeroom we now oc cupy Possession Jan I 1900 Best location in town P G Warner Son J B SARTINshorsso loose from a hitching post near Baughmahs mill yesterday and running away tort tho buggy to pieces WHEN it comes to Holiday gifts a selection of high class jewelry In rich do signs is found at Muellers in abundance and at right prices Rococo specialties for the Hell day just received yesterday Tho floral decorations are tho finest French dccatcomanla patterns W H Hig gins THERE will bo an oyster atthe Turncrsvlllo school house on Saturday night Dec 23 Everybody Invited Ad mission 2i c Proceeds to go to a good causeTni ladies of tho Baptist church will have a bazaar and exchange Saturday lath In Odd Fellows building corner Main and Depot streets All are invited to call FOR SA Citl ttTo the one who applies quickly almost new rubber tiro buggy nnd organ with plain Walnut ease but a splendid instrument Apply at this ofllcc Tim Lincoln County Reel Estate Ex change Title Co has sold for Mr J Marsh Coffey his farm of 200 acres in the Walnut Flat section to Henry Catron of Rockcastle at 1250 FINED FIFTY James Tall for drunk enness and cutting up generally was fined 50 in Judgo W A Tribbles court Will Lee for breach of tho peace caught a tine of 10 and costs BY an error the name of Marion Grimes of tho fourth grade of Stan ford Graded School was not on the hon or roll published last week Wo beg tho young mans pardon and gladly set him aright NICEST lino of fruit over brought to Stanford Oranges 16c to 50c per doz en Candies of every variety Black cakes cooked to order at 30c per pound Fresh oysters and celery on hand at all times Mrs W S Jones AT Craig L G8111e a brood mare sold for 210 aged work mule X42 fouryear old work mule lC5heif ors 1750 yearling cattlo at 22 mule colt 75 sow and four pigs 1760 sows i9 to 925 hay 8r0 to 950 a stack shoats 425 steer 533 Machinery brought fair prices A CHRISTMAS entertainment will be given at the Hubblo Christian church on Monday evening Dec 25th towhich nil are invited It will consist of recitations solos both vocnl nnd Instrumental choruses etc The proceeds will go to mountain mission work Go and help a good cause Admission 25c for adults and lOc for children under 12 MYSTERIOUSLY MISSING Cornelius Robertson who was an assistant section foreman at Hazel Patch has been missing sinco August 13 On thntday he left his homo at Lebanon Junction say- Ing ho was going to his work nt Hazel Patch and would return tho following Saturday Since then no word has been received as to his whereabouts Ho left a wife and one child in Lebanon Junction Robertson is said to have left homo on a previous occasion and was absent for several months lIe returned however and made satisfactory explanations as to his absence SILK LINED KID GLOVES 7- n For Ladies and Gentlemen These are something hew are VSw serviceable and comfortable The kid wears well and the silk lining makes them warm Come let us show you The prices arel 81i25 and 8150 STANFORD souvenir spooks at Muel lers CARRIAGE heatersrobes horse blank ets etc J C McClary SEE our line of candles for Xmas be fore you buy George Farris SV11 HIGGINS will adopt the cash system Jan 1st lie has notified his customers by circulars to that effect WANTED To buy or lease n desire blo lot In Stanford to build a broom fac tory on Address S P Gray Stanford Ky TUB creditors of Craig L Gooch arc nsquested to file their claims with me verified as required by law J B Pax ton Admr IF you toknow what Santo Claus should bring the cnildren go to tho entertainment Wednesday evening and the children in the first grade will tell you FOR SALE and 1J acres of land one mile south of McKinney on Middlcburg pike property of Mrs Lu cy Lewis For terms apply to J F Cash Turncrsville THE Christmas forAmerican Beauty roses in Louisville is 12 per dozen And yet 10 a week clerks will manage by theft or otherwise to supply their girls as usual Tim trial of Will Ward for killing Henry Patterson was continued by the Garrard Circpit Court until next term So much trouble was experienced in trying to get a jury that sufficient time was not left to try the case A LARGE number of ladies and gentlemen enjoyed the good things served at W II Higglns store yesterday by Mr W T Riddle representing Heinz the great pickle preserve and soup man Mr Higgins is agent for these splendid goods and Mr Riddle took lots of orders through him for them yester day FOR SALEA nico large store room and dwelling above consisting of sev oral nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and all necessary outbuild ings The property is in good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in the business portion of town The property will bo sold at a bargain and is a splendid opportunity for some one desiring to go in business for tho store and dwelling combined will be a great saving in rent etc Pos session given immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford REYNOLDS At his home on Fishing Creek Thursday Dec 7 1905 at about 930 A M James F Reynolds breathed his last after a two weeks illness of pneumonia and heart trouble His death was a shock to the entire com munity for although he had been very sick his many friends thought him bet tel and when it was announced that Frank was dead a gloom was cast over the vicinity for we realized that ono of our best citizens had gone lIe lacked just two months of being 44 years of ago He leaves besides a heartbroken widow who was Miss May Mercer seven children six boys and ono girl tho oldest not yet 21 years old and the youngest scarcely four lIe was a member of Waynesburg Hap list church having joined in 1882 and had since been a consistent member In politics ho was a true blue democrat always voting and working for the best interests of his party Ho was hardly nblo to sit up on Nov 7 but went and cast his vote for tho splendid ticket elected that day saying that ho did not feel satisfied to stay away and not vote Ho was a charter member of the Mac cabees of Waynesburg und also of the Modern Woodmen holding a 500 lifeI and sick and accident policy in the Tier ands 500 lifo certificate in the titter Ho was born just n short distance from where he died and had spent most of his life in that vicinity and was well respected by nil who knew him A largo crowd attended the funeral ser vices which were conducted at the church on Friday afternoon Rev J L Owens after which the body was laid to rest in tho Waynesburg cemetery A good man to his re yard entire neighborhood joins in extending to the bereaved family their heartfelt sympathy and them not to give way to sorrow but lean on the strong arm of Jesus and look forward to the time when can meet the husband and father in that home where sickness and death novcr come M G R FnulTs of all kinds for Xmas Ilt OMliver McRob erts who celebrated his 90th birthday Dec 4 died at his homo in Danville Tuesday evening lie was a native of this county many years and was born near Stanford Ho entered business when u young man with his cousin the late Thomas McRoberts of Dan vine and for many years conducted a dry goods store Later he moved to Nashville where he carried on a real estate business He went to Danville from Tennessee about 20 years ago where he resided until his death Two children survive Mr McRoberts Miss Mary IMcRobcrts and Mr Oliver P McRobcrts Jr both of Danville His wife who was Miss Mary Hunton of Lincoln county preceded him to the grave many years ago He was a close relative of Messrs John J W B and 1101 McRoberts of this place byterian church preached the funeral CARTER Shortly after 9 oclock yes terday morning Mrs Elizabeth Logan Carter relict of Mr Edward Carter breathed her last after months of suffer ing from a nervous trouble She is surviv ed by ono daughter Mrs ins H Baugh man and a half brother Mr Hume Logan of Louisville Few if any better women ever lived in this section and her death carries sorrow wherever she was known Many years ago Mrs Carter joined the Christian church and she hat been a consistent member since She was a member of the congregation at McCormncks but some four months ago united with the Christian church here Her home was ever the stopping place of preachers and scarcely ever was there services at McCor macks church that she did not entertain the preacher Mrs Carter made her homo with her daughter and the two were almost inseparable In fact the good mother almost worshipped her only child and her love was fully reciprocated Deceased was 59 years old and was born in Missouri She moved to Kentucky when quite young however and the greater part of her life had been spent in Lincoln county Truly a godly woman has left this world for the eternal home wherepain is not felt and troubles are unknown May those who weep soon dry their tears in realization of the fact that their loss is her great gain At 2 oclock this af ternoon Rev L M Omer will preach a short funeral sermon at the late home Eld Joseph Ballou will offer a prayer a song or two will be sung and then the remains will be taken to Buffalo ceme tery and laid beside those of the hus band who preceded her to the grave only about 1C months Thus another good mother is taken from earthly scenes to bask in the sunshine of the land that is fairer than da- yCELEBRATED And Palmist- OF NEW YORK I Visiting in this City by spe cial requestTo prove his wonderful Powers he will give special Readings 30c For 1 Week Without nKkliiK n lngli question lit tolls who Oil nrowliince mill for wlmt you enIlIo Mr Harold Klrou U u Kentlfiiiiiii wonder rnlly gifted tho most rellned need nut hol Iulc to cull Ills powfrful timid hunsldp U nr liorltod through KeiiomUoiiH tin Inu unhurt Ii victory uvvr III otlutrn in truthful predlc tlunM if you would know the futtiroiiml Is IKllSsflll lit llUXlllOMVUVCUlllUOIWIOVtUllll ill things do not hill town him no matter ivlmt your arhvtcewnitclarlvoyanls IIII beun llo will trout llonvxtly If ifter muling roil are not uitNtUil It will 10ST YOU N TIUNCI IIu tells you how ivlnthti or woimm you low how to ontrol those you with won miles nxrny fulls you how to remove domestic troubles 10 euro till drink ImWt restores lipnllli ru tnltes thu ftcpnruted In tuvun locales loot or utolfti iiroiwrty recovers oho cetiites Nothing ItilllTouIt to hint Hours HA Jlto rldully nail HundI nrythlng Ion uunwetnoother callers Iar oust ou Umciistfr street IVnillfton Tiiko NoticeProf Klroiis charges will KMltlyely Iw t niter noxt Monday IKc 18th r Fine Linen Scarfshr r V Tlieso will appeal to the lovore of fine hand drnwn linen goods Table corers nt 8175 8250 8t and S45 Dress scarfs U X175 to iI The work is done by Japanese artists and ins well done s I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 prose FarrisMcR0UERTS DanvllleyesI Clairvoyant orirpiivcnlentlylociiteUntNunnulleylirlclc Covers A A D M1 R IO see them is to admire To wear them is to grow enthusiastic Ten thousand pairs of Queen Quality Shoes would not be made and sold daily did they not furnish the fullest measure of style comfort and economy We present here one of our endless varieties But the newspaper cut can not do justice to the shapely toe the soft Gun Metal leather nor the clever shoemaking You must see this boot to appreciate it But remember this is only one of many We have Queen Quality styles for every taste and for every need many new ones received this week 350 and 300 CUMMINS McCLARY STANFORD KENTUCKY r HolidayGoodsltllaal Before buying your Xmas gifts it will be to your interest to inspect our stock of suitable presents We have a large and carefully se lected line of goods bought at low prices and we know we are in a position to save you moneyion your purchases An elegant Furs9j Twohandle Umbrellas the newestfthing Hand Bags Galore Toilet Sets Jewelry a Large Assortment of Neckwear Etc Greater bargains represented in our 5 and 10 Cent Department than ever before shown in Stanford Call and inspect our goods and we can show you better than we can tell you of the many things that we have for sale and i the great bargains represented in the same L M HUBYL CO Dry Goods and Notions Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tilt stockholders of the First- National Uuukof Htmiford will lx held nt their bunking house thu second Tuesday In Junmiry 1W0 for the purpoftu of electing director for the ensulniryeiir JOHN J rcltollrHT Ootlilcr iiI j StockholdersMeeting A oieeting of tho stockltoltlers ot the Un coin County Natlonnl unfit of Htnnfonl will condTlltn1lnllIlIIlIlrW M lliuaiir Uusnler u e4tru I atx lrThe Interior Journal Enteredin tIle foilOffice at Stanford 01 Mtonddau matter- PVfLIMITED TUESDAYS AND ruiuw- sflOO AT PER YEAR CASH p When not paid 1200 will be charged H E DPeyton DEALER IN t Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J H IOONE ICDI Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates hall on us on Depot Street Alia Dealers In Goal BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOBD Ky Special attention to Commercial Men t Your patronage is solicited Horses on comml8llionI Stock Pane In r RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY Tee world admires men who are strong In phrilc mental and nerve tome men of ambition energy peronNmgnetnmt We true type oprteetmeaoal Toatuln tb tint n ler ameni1- develOpmehtandtuakeltfenorth lltlne Nennut PrtrUm Slcplno and other trouble du to ortr worktraoklnirdnja habit and other caaMA ll tm rich hnltby blood repair wasted Equally good fur OTimn IlrtoKlel free IlenecIJTIc 1100 a hot x for BOO postpaid tntra to rernmt If hotsor PCrrCIt MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO U X A rot BALE AT PEKNTfl DB00 STOat POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting tubing or any kind of tres peseing ou our places and will prosecute violator to the full extent ot the law Mrs KnIt Ador Uelcliunbicli RrNI Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllruan Fred Danmann t Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattle II lewes E Relchenbach Charles Cummins Jos Ballon A 0 Dunn R M Holmes W E Amon W R Daugherty H J Hoffman M D Elmoro Peter W barter J NeTln Carter J IJruce W F Pbomaker Thomas Ferrill Green Ferrill FConn John n Oamenlscb Sam Trowbrldgf AH Hoot Chariot Knstlln Frank Cordler Mrs II Hayden welch Peter llalner John Meter S muel Llndiev Jacob Guttler Mrs Alice Ltle David Stephens Mary HotTmann L P J W lUughma- nCarlt nn Oravion J C Carpenter racobJsskeln- e e1 eenT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer iu HarnessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Ihono 107 Home 1toneSS c DO IT TODAY tt i And to think that ten months ego I looked lllci t this I owe It to German Syrup QThe linte worn Injunction II Never put off til tomorrow wbat OU can do to is now generally presented in this formII Do today terser advice we want to give about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for sev eral days perhaps weeks qTake some reliable it TODAY and let r that remedy be Dr Boscfcees German Syrup has been in use for over c A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold use for a few days will care you completely qNo matter how j your even if dread consumption attacked lungs 1 German Syrup will surely effect a cure M it has before in thousands of ap troubleNew7ScAtaU druggist a For Sale at Pennys Drug Store 4 k FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fon SALP Twentyone yearling cat tie R II CroW 3t 75 extra good sheep for sale R C Rocker Stanford Joe II McAlistcr Jr bought a good bunch of yearlings at Sic The Fayetto County Humane Society at Lexington has suspended opera tions Foil SALE Pair threeyearold mare mules good ones G W Moore Mc Kinney Fon SALEFour 900 to 1000ponnd steers one Jersey bull 30 50 to 75lb shoats Dr J G Carpenter For sale at a bargain acres ofland with small house in suburbs of Hus tonville Ky Mrs F B Barnett FOR SALEFive twoyearold mules and five threeyear old mules In good shape Apply to F M Ware McKin ney ESTRAY Red steer about 18 months old came to my place two months ago Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep J C Spratt Ot tenhcim A bull between one and two years old estray since April last was taken up by me Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep T J Culton Crab Orchard C P Cecil 92 1428pound export cattle toSimon Weile C Carpenter of Hustbnvillc bought n bunch 650pound cattle of J J Allen at 3Jc Better Lute Than Never It would of course bo best for 01l1 to ho so careful about what when how you eatas never to suffer from any dyspeptic or bowel trouble But if you do slip up and begin to suffer the consequences of indiscretions in diet it is betlerto lKgin then although lute to look after your digestion At this stage of the game the best thing to do is to take Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It is 9 pure digestive tonic and acts on both stomach liver and bowels curing permanently and without bad aftereffects such dangerous diseases as constipation biliousness dyspepsia headache dizziness etc Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford C W Adams Ilustonville at 50e and 8100 Money back If it falls Sheriffs Sale for Taxes On Monday Jan 8 1906 Being the 1st day of the January tern of the Lincoln county court I will be tween the hours of I oclock A M and 4 oclock t M In front of the courthouse door in Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and beat bidder for cash in hand the following lists or so much as will pay taxes cost and penalty As fast as payments are made the names will disappear The amount set opposite each name includes per cent penalty and cost of advertising M S BAUUIIMANSheriff STANI bltD VH1T- KHarnctt W C town lot 460 Brady D 20 acres i11i Brawner C E 450 acres 13 M- Hruminett Miss Bettie 4 acres 4 85 Burge Brent 7 acres 5 35 Calmes Mrs E A 28 awes 21 10 Caldwoll Mrs K B aget Julia Hardin lot II 45- Cormjney John lot I1i5 Crutchfield Mrs Iloliccca lot I 00 Conn J T lot 9 Dollins Kitty 2 nora 3 00 Fltzwater W W lot 4 55 Flanlgan Mary lot 3 00 Goode Mrs Kate lot 3 45 Harrison W P f9 norm 2S 47 Hazelett John 10 acres 3 Hazolett Mrs S heirs 14 acres 2 30 HazelotU Wm 23 acres 3 85 Hazelott Jack 18 acres 415 iiolinur Win N It 34 acres 9 75 Hunn Dr Goo heirs 103 actus 26 CO Jennings T J 38 acres 7 25 Martin T D Jr lot 5 00 Martin Mrs Dora lot 2 75 MoKlroy FF 100 acres 8 33 Mcrthon Mrs A E lot 1340 Miller J W 70 acres 3 40 MOSCH FF 14 acres 8 ro PerKins Sim 51 amos 9 30 Heed J S N II 68 acres 28 00 Russoll F L acres s 30 Scarbougli John It acres 3 70 Tipton J N acres 5 Daughcrty J UNIt 53 ucrus 4 85 OaKs Mrs Mary lot 4 40 Boone J M 60 acres 8 80 STAXFOIUI tiOURKU Anderson Miller lot 185 Anderson Dave 3 acres 4 05 Bright Henry 5 acres 5 no Crow Elizabeth 1 acre 2 25 Crow Johnson lot 2 50 Crow Kly 8 ucres 2 SO Dawson Sam aero 4 03 Crow Ann 22 acres 2 45 Knglemnn Harry 39 acres 12 00 Givens Andersonhrs acre 3 85 Given Kate 10 acres 2 45 Harris Martha lot 30 Hays Will 1 acre 3 80 Higgins Squlro 1 aero 2 45 11111 Wyatt 1 acre 3 70 Hocker Joo t acre 4 05 Hocker Anderson lot 515 Jackman Sum 1 acre 505 Lackey Walter at McPherson hrs 11 acres 2 55 i cs MoMullin Joe L 2 acres 3 85 Middleton Ceo lot G 85 Morrison Win 0 acres 3 05 tout Sum 4 acres Hi Hout Dick 7 metes I 75 stout Sam and Rick 3 acres 210 Simpson Chus 3 aeros 4 35 Simpson Milly aero 225 Stewart Annie 2 acres 2 40 Stewart Harye lot Ii 50 VonArsdalo Dan 4 acres 460 Wallace Tilda hrs lot 3 40 Watkins Henry aero 3 85 Whitley Lily 21 acres 2 50- Vilholt Celia hire 20 75 Yeakey John 1 acre 4 80 CKAII OnCIIAIttl WlllTK Adorns Hrs 70 acres 3 00 Adnns Johnson 100 acres 35 Adams Andrew 2 acres 2 8o Anderson Chas and Dave 2H a 2 ro Bobbitt F F 621 acres 10 20 Boltcn Obo 8 acres 4 80 Brown Mary 39 acres 2 45 Buchanan W K 229 acres 41 Carpenter Scam N R 75 acres 16 23 Cooper Mrs J S N R 151 acres 2i 00 Daugherty Win 45 across J Oj Daugherty Dan 70 acres 4 25 Delaney Mrs Kate 50 acres 2 Go Dolanoy W S 12o acres 3 1l Delaney J B 20 acres a 85 Denny A J 20 acres 4 3o Edwards T B 4oo acres 13 oo Estes Joe 2 acres 15 Kstes T M 30 acres 3 35 Gooch Mrs Matilda 32 acrees 2 60 Cover It G 3o acres 485 Grlllin D C loo acres Ii oo laggard Hrs So acres 2 So hays Mrs Mary 117 ncres i 10 Hinds G Addison 12 acres I 85 Holmes Mrs M O lot 2 il Holmes D V 191 acres 31 2j Howard II B 1281 acres 13 1Jj hunt Nary 134 acres 8 40 lulchison J M lou ucres 18 3o Jackson Wm lol acres a lo fames Alford 4 acres 4 65 feowctzsky Aug N R llo acres 6 45 awerlng Sam 80 acres 5 16 licasure Joe Sr Io5 acres i 80- r afovcr John 105 acres IJ 45 Lewis 01 N R loo acres 3 lo arrish Goo 98 acres 4 jjj ctrey Geo2S acres Ui ligsby D J 33 acres oo togers J P 2 acres 2 Da hiio Jask 01 acres II Iki Singleton W J Zoo acres I G5 Singleton Hrs 4o acres 9 4o Smltlr Mrs Ammonia 13o acres t 2 Smith Frank 3o acres 2 3o Sprinkles G W 4o acres 4 oo Stephens John lo acres v I sStephenson G L 82 acres i sStringer Torn 3 acres li oo Stringer Arnold 105 acres u 25 Thompson Chas 5 acres I fj Turner Thos 2 acres I swardlow W N R 4 acres 2 3o weaver w II N R 5o acres 2 05 weaver D M N It 60 acres Ii oo wren Stephen 5o acres 4 tw Abrahams w II lies 225 acres 4o 15 CRAB OICHAni COURUU Anderson John aero 5 oo Lackey lke fl aClCzil oo PerkIns Bob f nero 2 7j Smith J II N R 2J acny 2 6o Sutton Wm 6 acres n Do rllllains wade 2 acres 6 oo Cruse Emma 2 acres 2 25 WNFsIIUnTWIII1 Acton J M NK too acres 3 90 lastin A A ISO acres 8 45 laugh Isaac 4 acres 5 So laugh Silas A 30 acres So Drown M S NH 102 acres 7 70 Bird Joseph 50 acres 5 00 Caldwell A K lot S o0 Carrollton J M 306 acres 7 30 Chambers Jas 14 acres li IS risler J A 97 acres 3 25 Christopher D V 62 acres 4 8o oilman W D 200 acres I Cook W K N R 35 acres 3 45 Cook Ollie 50 acres 7 So Coomer Griffin Co acres 75 Coulter K N R 85 acres 6 85 Crooms W R N R 160 acres 3 55 Davis George j5o acres 3 H Dewitt T H K R 320 acres 11 Doolin S H 2 acres 2 So Eastman Robert N R 67 acres 3 20 ubankar Mrs A li Leach hrs 140 a 295 Falconer E P N R 90 acres 4 85 Foley II L 10 acres 4 h6 agaley L 37 jf acres S r5- Falk George N R 119 acreS 4 35 Floyd R M acres 4 35 Gilliland A 12 acres 3 00 Green II L a5 acres 4 oS Gosley Mrs Sarah 40 acres 2 65 Gibson W D 25 acres 5 00 Gooch Reuben 14 acres 4 55 oodpaster Mrs Maggie 48 acres IS lIamm Milan 100 acres 3 90 Harris jW N R 57 acres 4 Hart John N R 47 acres 22 35 Loup J W H acre 38o ouson J W 175 acresS a5 lutchinscn B D 30 acres 4 55 405I0 acres 9S Morton G W 8 acres 7 00 Hoop Thomas H acre 4 01 Hughes J II 17 acres 3 Hunn hrs too acres 2 75 Hutchinson J W 26 acres 4 8g- Jordan fi Sturgeon 100 acres i So Jacobs Hugh 42 acres I 93 Johnson F G i acre 4 05 Leach Mrs Mattie 26 acres a 50 Leach M 30 acres eeW B N R 25 acres 3 901 85IMcKeeMcKenzie M D 42 acres 625J u McKenzie A J 191 acres 7 40 McLaughlin Lumber Co 63 acrcs565 McMullen W U diG acres q 75 McMullen Ulberc 10 acres 3 90 Moore Dave 15 acres 05 Morgan Mrs Minnie 4 acres I 25 Morgan hrs 129 acres 4 35 Morgan Wm 100 acres 5 95 Myers A G 65 acres 4 80 Mullins S S N R 118 acres 5 73 Padgett W II hrs 23 acres S 75 Iadgett H II 42 acres I oS Parkhill Dr N R 12 acres 2 Pulliam George R 20 acres 3 851 Reed Wm 172 acres 5 70 Reynolds G T too acres 4 85 Bright Mrs Catharine 15 acres 2 40 Riley Mrs B F N R 46 acres I 70 Robinson Wm t5acres 3 90 Rogers J A 210 acre 5 6o Rouland W A 4 acres J So Simms Tipton toy acres 5 6o Simms Ziff 25 acres J 95 Simms Hayden 134 acres 3 95 Skldmore J S 6 acres I 95 Skidmore Dan 36 acres 4 85 Smith H W 3 acres 4 oS Smith Frank 49 acics 5 75 Smith James Sr fio acres 4 So Smith Mrs Hrnaiob acres 4 85 Stringer A Nit Co acres 3 gcr Trisler Wm N R 60 acres 600 Trowbridge D L 35 acres j 82 Vaught Milfred to acres S ill Walls Mrs Mary i acre 00 Walls J 1125 acres 06 Ware W B 5o acres 3 4s Warren C E X R 0 acres 2 30 Waters braa75 White T W N R 70 acres 2 75 Woods M H X R 180 acres 6 7 Young George X R 70 acres 4 10 Young A D 30 acres 5 02 Voting Morrow Peggy 10 acres 2 35 Young Clark 10 acres o Young Mrs Rubany acre 9o Young Mrs Lizzie Zj acres a 5 Peltier Jacob XR 39 acres I 45 VAYNKSBURC COUIKBII Baughman Eliza a acres 2 2S Dwsley Sallie N R 65 acres 293 HUSTON VILtt WHITE Ikln George acre 1s 1o ladgett W n 6 acre 60 taker Mrs Kitty 13 ucrvt- laker 33 Chris 0 sere Os Uilln Pin hrs S acre I 60 Icddloger Vlntop 53 aero lartoa A J acre 00 londncr Thomas I Carpenter Albert 3 sores 00 llilionJ WES acres is i tollln Miss Sue S acres I U unUp Clarencu lot Edwards Ed N It 12 loll FUu George Jr 31 acres 53 Farms Joe 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acres 260- Trice Mitchell 1 acre 4 05 Wilkinson Clay 1 acre 4 55 Williams Henry N R lot 3 65 M S BAUGHMAN Sheri ITI i BARGAINS T A few Bargains that will bo of interest to you when you cotno to my store MOMS Overcoats 8050 and up Hoys Overcoats SliO and up MCIIM Suits 84 mud up1oulhd Suits Si50 and up Boys and Childrens Suits 81 and up Mcua 8fl Corduroy Pants cut to 8U25 Yeti 82CO Corduroy Pnnli cut to 8 2 Mens 2 Corduroy Pants cut to 8150 Mens 8150 Conluroyea Pants cut to 8125 two pair Corduroy Kifeo Pants for OOc Mctia Duck Working Coats 81 Bed Comforts 75o anti up Wo have just received a largo shipment of Silk Mufflers and Neckwear A complutu line of Shoes and Dry Goods Our motto is To Sell the Host Goods for the Least Money Come see null bo convinced 1 SAMROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY 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 kind if want to do tIle belt work clIlsnstIIAfCnns IITS FlUS AIlS GEORGE H HARRIS Stanford Kentucky Prepare for XHBI COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cannel Knit Teuaekee MHca It G Jellico Mountain Ah Tellico Darren Fork FEI D1Vlieat Straw Millet liny Millet Straw Timothy hay Mixed Hay Corn Oats Until Shipsttilf Hig1 Mixed IJarloy BEST COW PKED OX TUB MAIlKKTBiKl Mixed FeedGround Cons Oat limn anil Barley for 7 5c per Mick till Xitin 1Ve hun it Crusher mid can grind anything in the feed line Jive us your order lxToro the rush A Merry Xmas with your Inn lull of Coal mud Feed Wi li you a Merry Xuiag GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY HOLIDAY GOODS My Stock is Large and Complete Choice Gifts for Old and Young Items too Numerous to Mention Call And Inspect 0 wo McRoberts nL HAIR Clttiuej the halt a laiutUnt relic 10 Amore Ony lUlet house and 10 acre ot land situated of town limits on the Somerset pike has 7 rooms kitchen and servant s room good cellar table and all necesiary Water la the and one for stock J P ISTANFORD WINDOW GLASS ATy WILL N CRAIGSDruggist and Optician Regular Sizes ItoPARKERS BALSAM VoterCueealp For Sale Privately JuitouUldo outbuilding hydrant BAILEY EXTENSION I In order to make room for coming goods we will enlarge our store at once but wo want to move pome of our goods quick and will give sortie good bargains Latest style in rugs carpets anti furniture Call and tee us Livery Millinery and undertak ingPruitt Brothersr foreland Kjr a