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Afir i aA rT rare rq n Stu rn t 4 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IIVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 19 1905 NO 90 1 Busings Opportunity At J olock r M on Wednesday Dec 27 We will sell nt public tale to tho highest bidder our entire stock ol Mcrchan disc consisting of Dry Goods Notions Shoes und Furnishing Goods i also Store Fixture Wo will oiler till tock na a whole and also in lute whichever plan brings the most we will accept as a ale Wo havo about 5OOO worth of stock welt lIiortod clean and in gnu1 condition Tins is a good opportlinity for i imo one looking fur a location We Must Sell at Once on Account of Other Business Demanding Our Time and Attention j This i tho hal Sn tho State Tho bujinus is nut over lone only three Dry GrwdsStorms in tho town Wo ore in tho blue graJ section of tho State goo riohfhrnw that prodnco hemp Tobacco Wlfeat Corn OtA liny and fine look of all kinds Our people always have the CASH litorOfQOrujGbrick and practically new IS feet front by 70 deep two stories nice stair WilY loading up from tho iuiidc Storeroom is heated by furnace and plOIl1 lyof light and the bat location in town Terms of sale will to nmuuauca on dayof sale The Logan Dry Goods Co Lancaster Ky r LWeather for 1906 W W Marsh tho Winston Place Prophet who rarely misses In his prognostications has this to say concerning the coming year Tho year 1900 will be n very prosperous year in tho commercial line great pros parity prevailing over tho entire countrytho year will be free from wars peace over tho entire worM fho storms during tho year will be tdisastrous both on land and water causing much dtatructlon on the great bodies of water Atlantic Ocean Great Lakes Gulf of Mexico and states adJoining Great storms over SouthernI and Gulf States and tho New England States tho West and Northwest Cyclones and heavy rains will do much damage with floods over tho atatos west of the Mississippi river especially over Kansas Wisconsin lTIII1Inshortage In tho wheat and corn crops on account of early killing frosts dur ing fall months and droughts during the summer months The spring wills ba late and the fall an early one with killing frosta Tho aummer hot with Intenso heat The winter will not bo a Hcvere winter but an open one Tho winter storms will be severe and oc casional cold waves will prevail In nil sections of tho country but ot shot duration During tho month of Jan tiuary1906 severe winter storms will all sections of the country tho snowfall being quite heavy over tho states west of Mississippi the Eastern and New England States and the North Atlantic coast lake regions and tho Northern States Northern Ohio and Pennsylvania and Virginia Traffic will sulTcr over tho East West South west and Northwest on account of blockades February 190C will 4snow The weather dur0 an open month ing this month will bo mild with occasional cold waves and snow but tho precipitation will consist of heavy rains Floods will occur during February and March and very high wa l ter In June The month of March will bo an oldfashioned March with many changes Tho cotton crop dur ing 1906 will be short on account of heavy rainfall and water over the cotton districts Especially heavy rainfall over Centrnl rn andEast ern Texas and Tennessee rWhen you want a pleasant laxative take Chamberlains Stomach andLlvor Tablets For sale by all druggists r PAINT LICK Mrs Pattic Knglcman sold to J W Adams a buggy marc for 100 Rev C S Youngs school will close Jun 1st However ho will teach an other class of young ladies and gentlemen next year It N Iloazlcy is receiving daily sev eral thousand pounds of tobacco He pays the highest market price and the peoplohavo learned where to get the best prices Paint Lick Is on a boom We now have three good physicians and a dent ist in our city three dry goods stores two millinery shops one restaurant and n drug store Miss Elizabeth Dolany of Cincinnati la tho guost of Mrs Minnie Jennings Alfred Clamp was the guest of Mr and Mrs James Champ Mrs RcttioGriggs visited Miss Maggie Patterson in Lan cnxt r Mrs Minorva Pullins is visit ing in Richmond Miss Elizabeth Host who has been visiting relatives in Dan vine has returned home The Misses Todd entertained a number of their friends Thursday evening Mrs Lizzie Shumate who has been very sick is some better Jack Adams of Lancaster visited this place recent ly J W Adams of Donerail was the guest of his sister Mrs Pattie Eagle man Dr Snowden one of Kirkavillea leading physicians will move to his place here Jan 1st Mrs Bob Slater of Indiana is tho guest of her sister Mrs Lizzie Shumate Guy W Rico will leave this week for California whero he will spend the winter for the benefit of his health The Key that Unlocks the Door to LongLlving1- Tho 85 and 00 years oJ ago are not the rotouhtl well fed hit thin spare men who live on Blender diet Ho as careful as Jio will however a man past middle age will occasionally eat too much or of some urtlolo of food not suited to his constitution and will need n dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to cleanse nail in vigorate his stomach and regulate his liver nail bowels When this Is done there is no reason why tho average man should not live to old ago For sale by nil druggists IP you want to feelSanta Claus is near go to tho Christmas entertain ment Wednesday evening The Christ mas decorations happy children sing ing etc will make you feel that the- yuletide shere INEWS NOTES destroyed property worth close to 300000 The L N Is building a handsome now depot at Glasgow Junction Princeton defeated Harvard in the annual debate at Cambridge Mass Three children were drowned while trying to skate on thin ice near Toledo Ohio Firo at Des Moines Iowa destroyed the large Rothwell block valued at 150000 John D Rockefeller drew 5000000 as a dividend on Standard Oil business for the last month- Contributions to the relief fund for Russian sufferers in New York reached a total of 1172639 Lewis Scott of Cumberland county was burned to death In a fire which also destroyed his home Daniel C Oilman of Baltimore was reelected president of the National Civil Service Reform League J Wesley Jones founder and head of tho United States Volunteer Life saving Corps died at his homo in Brook lynThe Baltimore Ohio has unnpunced that after January 1900 no passes would be issued except to officers and employesThe family of Peter Martcll was burned to death by a fire which destroyed the Martcll home tit Red Lake Falls Minn A large limb which broke under the weight of sleet and snow struck Edna Lell of Louisville aged seven years crushing hmr skull Senator W A Clark of Montana has purchased the Union Mine on the Mother lode Tho purchase price it is said Is 1750000 The Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis depot at Sewancc Tenn was robbed The safe was cracked and tho thieves secured tooo Attorneys for Mrs Cassie L Chad wick filed a petition in the United States Court of Appeals at Cincinnati asking for a shearing of her case At Wheeling W Va Mrs Henry Shaminski gave birth to twins and Mrs John Majcski to triplets within an hour They live on the same floor of a tene ment house Nearly 10000 Chinese students now at Tokio incensed at the attitude of the Chinese Minister to Japan Yang Shu in the university troubles have re solved to return to China It ia said that the Pennsylvania Rail road Company will build a 1000000 bridge across tho Ohio river from Turkey Bottoms on tho Ohio side to a point on the Kentucky sidotibovo Day ton A headon collision on the Seabord Air Line at Plymouth near Orlando Fin resulted in tho death of Engineer Lambert and John Lusadder a white fireman and William James a colored firemanThe Court of Appeals overruled a motion for a new trial in the case of William van Unison sentenced to death for the murder in Louisville of Fannie Porter and he will be hanged Friday January 19 next Tho Clark county grand jury refused to Indict Sam Callahan of Brcathitt county on a charge of forgery prefer red by his brother Sheriff EdCallahan The men formerly were partners but now arc bitter enemies During the fall term of the Court of Appeals just concluded 287 cases were decided Of these 21 were dis missed olio opinion was certified 155 oases were affirmed rind 110 reversed Tho court has adjourned until January 1 Failed All olTorts havo r failed to find a better remedy for coughs colds and lung troubles than Foloyis Honoy and Tar It stops the cough htivls tho lungs and presents serious results from ucold J N Patterson Nashua lows writes Last winter I had a bad cold on my lungs und tried tit least half a dozes advertised cough modi clues rind hind treatment from two physicians without getting any benefit A friend recommended Foloys Honey and Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured me I consider It the greatest cough and lung medicine In the world Pennys Drug Store Tramp For lOc Ill tell yer how ter git rid uv all yer water bugs WomanWell here is lOc How Tramp Refuse ter pay yer water bills den do water guys shuts oft yer water an de waterbugs will die uv thirst Judge j a aA Fearful Fate It Is a fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of Piles I can truthfully soy writes Harry Colson of Masonville Ia that for Blind Weeding Itching and 1rotriidlng Plies Hucklens Arnica Salvo is the best euro made Also best for cuts burns anti injuries 23c at GL Penny Stanford Lyno Bros of Crab Orchard William MATRIMONIALII colored married in Laura county Mr and Mrs John J Craig of Dan ville celebrated tho 50th anniversary of their marriage last night- J T Wilkinson and Miss Ada True of Brush Creek Casey county eloped to Tennessee and were married Miss Ida Henry and Thomas Hill both of Garrard county were married at Lancaster by Elder F M Tinder The Jessamine Journal is authority for the statement that Commonwealths Attorney Charles A Hardin and Mrs Ida Shaw will marry this week We were misinformed about the marriage of Mr It A Pleasants and Miss Sara E King They were married hero late Thursday afternoon by Eld L M Omer We regret our error Miss Bessie 0 Marksbury the charm ing daughter of Mr and Mrs If A B Marksbury of Lancaster was married last week to Dr James Staughton of Covington Rev C S Ellis of theI Baptist church performed the monyMiss Laura Clay Bennett daughter of James Bennett president of the CItI- zens National Bank of Richmond granddaughter of the late Gen Cos sius Marcellus Clay was married to Er skine Russell Garland of Huntington W Va The wedding of Mr tongworth and Miss Alice RUbsevclt will be the first to take place in the White House since the marriage of President Cleveland and Miss Frances Folsom in 1886 That was the first time a president was mar ried in the Executive Mansion and the occasion was celebrated in a manner to make it long memorable Tho marriage interval before that ran back to the wedding in 1874 of Nellie Grant to Al gernon Sartoris On Thursday evening at 830 was solemnized the wedding of Miss Lillle Tevis Po ton and Mr Samuel Houston Fulkerson The event took place at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs G A Peyton the ceremony being performed by Rev Buchanan tho Christian minister assisted byRev Abraham of the Episcopalian church Only the brides family a few most intimate friends and tho bunch of irrepres sibles known to fame as the Peyton House Boys were present one of the latter having graphically described the occasion thusly The preacher did a good job allright and then we cat and then had a rice party It was lofelv Mr and Mrs Fulkerson left that evening for a trip to New Or leans via Louisville after which they will return and make this place their home Middlesboro News A beautiful home wedding in all its appointments was that of Mr William Rifle of Hustonville and Miss Sadie Stagg of Lincoln county which was solemhized yesterday at 1230 oclock at the home of lIon and Mrs Robert Harding on West Main street The bride is a cousin of Mrs larding and is n daughter of Mrs Daniel Stagg of Lincoln county Mr Riffe is a promi nent young farmer of near Hustonville Tho Harding home never lookedmore beautiful than on this occasion the decorations in green and white being carried out artistically in tho draperies and ices Long before the appointed hour for the wedding the house was comfortably tilled with guests who had responded to the invitation of Mrs larding Just before the arrival of the bridal party Miss Lillian Leavell sang Cull Me Thine Own in an im pressive manner and her sweet voice seemed at its best Miss Ramsey pre sided at tho piano and played the ever popular wedding march from Lohen grin while the bridal party came in Rev P F Ross of Stanford the officiating minister led tho way to where the ceremony was to be performed followed by tho attendants Messrs George Crow and Stove K Vuught The Matrons of Honor Mrs Robert Harding and Mrs Daniel Stagg crone next and these were followed by the bride on the arm of her fiance The Methodist ceremony was said by Rev Ross after which Miss Ramsey played Annie Laurie while the brido and groom received congratulations from those present The guests afterwards repaired to the dining room where an elegant buffet luncheon was served lunch tho brides cake was brought in and each young lady and gentleman took a hand and cut The thimble went to Miss Adele Poland the ring to Miss Lucy Spears the darning needle to Dr nna the dime to Mr George Crow Tho cutting af forded much pleasure to the assembled guests Ad vocate Must Be Quick Pains in tho stomach and attacks of the colic cone on so suddenly and are so uxtrcmoly painful that immediate relief must bo obtained There is no necessity of sending for a doctor In such cases If a bottloof Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DIorrhoo Remedy is at hand No doctor can prescribe a hotter medicine For sale by all druggists Christmas Goods l IN PROFUSION Wo are liow ready for the Holiday shoppers with more than double tho stock ever shown in Danville in the richest and most exclusive designs of h Jewelry Watches Diamonds Cut Glass Silverware Goldfilled and Solid Gold Goods Handpainted China and hundreds of other Novelties and Works of Art and merit The Beauty and Kichncjs of our goods could not be better illustrated than by the repetition of n rtniark made by n distant customer yesterday I would come 15 miles to see this store just fur the pleasure of seeing it Such expressions arc heard every day and wo thor oughly appreciate this spirit of goodwill and manifested gratitude in our giving Central Kentucky the greatest store in th State hear in mind that we Engrave Name or Initials d Free of Charge upon every article wo sell Seven grand prizes are offered FREE to those guessing nearest the number ot seeds in tho big pumpkin on display in our window First prize Fine Hand Kugravedj 14 Karat Solid Gold Watch Fitted with 15 Jewel Elgin Movement Optical Department If your eyes bother you consult our optician No charges HUGH MURRAY Danville Kentucky rdr7 Tr Our stock for Christmas Holidays is now complete Call and usW H HIGGINS Our business will be run on a CASH BASIS after Jan 1906 Come and see what you can save by paying Cash W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY 11Pure Water I can furnish you a Filter that will make Pure Water in your cistern You hind better fix up your gutter and get one of these Filters so as to get the Winter and Spring rains LB ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky m ATTENTION Ir- s f Tho place to buy Staple and Fancy Groceries Cakes Candies Fruits Vegetables best makes 4 of Ilarilwnr Tinware Queensware Blacksmith and Wagon MakeralSupplies Sewer Pipo Salt Etc Complete stock best goods satisfactory prices TT George D Hopper Stanford Ky II ayt i t i t The Interior Journal E C WALTON r TilE annual report of the Kentucky Institution for the Blind at Louis villa shows what a great work is being done for tho unfortunates The number of pupils in charge during tho year was 122 white and 20 colored making 142 in all Every boy receives instruction in tho uso of tho simple tools of the carpenter and every girl is taught to sew by hand and by ma chine and many of them become skUl ed enough to cut out and make their own dresses Broommaking simple upholstery hammock netting mop making and canework is taught to the boys The advanced pupils are taught becoI1skilled in its use There are nines and an athletic team A football 11 has been organized that has won some games when matched with similar teams from seeing schools i Mn J T EMBRY of this place Is meeting with much encouragement In his race for doorkeeper of the Senate and it looks to us as if he will be a sure winner Backed by Senator R L Hubble and Representative J M Alverso II two splendid workers he gets such a l good start at home that we do not be fi lievo his opponents can any thing like catch him in the race If the Stnte Senators of this grand old Common wealth knew what an indomitable work er for the democratic party Mr Embry is they would elect him by acclaim tion r EDITOR LANDRAM of the Lancast Record is working overtime since his severe spell and he is making his paper even more readable than ever There are few if any better and certainly no more popular country paper in the State than the Record REPRESENTATIVE BENNETT a neW member from New York tries to jump into notoriety by offering a bill to cut off 35 Congressmen from the South because of Negro disfranchisement Mr Bennett seems to be the biggest Hike of the lot t A LOUISVILLE man attempted suicid t because his wife wouldnt kiss his Poor fellow he doesnt know how much he has to be thankful for POLITICAL The House yesterday fixed the hop day recess by providing for adjournment next Thursday until January 4 State Senator Grady of the Todd LoganSimpson district has declared for Judge Paynter for U S Senator The State Prison Commission in its annual report recommends separate cellhouses for prisoners suffering from consumptionTwo normal schools will be provided for Kentucky in a bill which be introduced at the coming session of the Legislature There is much opposition to the San to Domingo treaty in the Senate and it is considered not improbable that it will fall of ratification Judge James E Cantri who wai elected appellate judge a year ago and has been ill since sat with the court Saturday and handed down his first decisiont The annual report of the Fourth As distant Postmaster General shows that at the beginning of the fiscal year Ken tucky ranked third in the number of i postofficesCurtis Burnam State Senator from Richmond is mentioned as a probable candidate for the Republican legislative caucus nomination for United States Senator We have 515 in our inside pocket which says that if he cant do any bet ter Senator Blackburn will trot out Dave Smith again to enter the Senatorial derbyFrankfort Journal Gov Beckham has appointed Judge John D Carroll of Henry county to try the 10000 damage case of Earl Woodford against H B Scrivener and Sheriff McCord of Clark county Representative Bennett of New York City a new member of Congress introduced a bill cutting down the South ern representation in the House where ever Negroes have been disfranchised It is believed in Washington that President Roosevelt intends to place Maj Gen Weston a native of Louis vine at the head of the army upon the retirement of Gen Bates next spring The Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court handed down a decision that a man cannot be deprived of his vote oven though some one else has already voted fraudulently in his nameMr McCreary of Kentucky intro duced in the Senate a bill to reduce the f tariff of the United States by providing that there shall be levied upon all ar ticles imported from foreign countries- a rate equal to threefourths of the present schedule The caucus of the Republican mem bers of the House decided to support bill for the admission of Oklahoma and Indian Territory as one State to be called Oklahoma and the admission oi Arizona and New Mexico as one State to be Arizona The caucus did not consider the question of prohibition for the proposed State Oklahoma J r Former Governor Richard Yates of Illinois has announced as n candidate for the United States Senate A D James will retire Wednesday or Thursday as United States Marshal of the western district of Kentucky Ho will be succeeded by G W Long of Leitchfield IN NEIGHBORINGCOUNTIES Dee Crawford was run over and killed by an L N train near MiddIes boroS Owsley Sons store at Mlddlesi boro was robbed of 2400 in cash and 80 in checks W Randall Cook formerly of thiil county has been made supervisor of roads of Pulaski at 500 per year The fourth trial at Barbourville of Bal Carnes charged with killing John and Clark Mills resulted in his alqult talMaj E S Hcjburn has been elected Mayorof Middlesboro to fill out the unexpired term of W H Turner re Martha Young wife of Hayden J Young died at the home of her grandson E L Grubbs in Junction City aged 78- Burbourville is excited over the reported finding of indictments against many prominent men in Knox county for alleged bribery in elections The decomposed body ofJohn Barnes a mule was found in the woods near Somerset There is every evidence of foul play Some two years ago Barnes shot and wounded Tom Trimble The court of appeals decided in favor of the Cumberland railroad in its controversy with the L N Railroad Co over the right of way through Greasy Creek Gap in Bell county Four men were dangerously injured by the explosion of a keg of powder at the Wiona mines near Middlesbor They were preparing to make a blast when the powder was accidentally ig nitedThe court of appeals upheld the contract between the city of Harrodsbui and the Harrodsburg Water Compan holding that the city is responsible to the Water Company and must pay the 20000 fees which are claimed The firm of G A Peyton which has been doing a big grocery business here for the past few years comes out this month under a new name Peyton Miller Mr C K Miller of the L N being the new partner The busine is one of the best established in Middle boro News The Queen Crescent Route let the contract to the American Bridge Company to rebuild the eight bridges between Helenwood and Oakdal Tenn The cost of rebuilding will be in the neighborhood of 250000 The Q C hats also let a contract for a modern 20000 depot at Danville The court of appeals affirmed the decision of the Boyle circuit court in the case of the L N4 railroad against Wilson Helm in which the plaintiff secured a verdict of 5000 Helm was a section hand on the railroad and WIlS injured in a collision Negligence was alleged by the plaintiff who lost a leg asa result of the accident Here and There Six bank robbers at Suffield Conn blew open the safe of the Suffield Savings Bank and made way with 50000 worth of registered bonds and stocks not negotiable They overlooked 3 000 in cash The Secretary of the Interior has sent to Congress a draft of a bill fixing a maximum penalty of 10000 fine or ten years imprisonment or both for fraudulent attemps to obtain title to public lands Seven hundred men were thrown out- of employment by a fire which destroyed the main building of the Pitts burg steel hoop works at Pittsburg Pa The jury at Dixon in the case against Mrs Emma Roach and her two others charged with the killing of- the womans husband returned a verdict of guilty Mrs Roachs punishment was fixed at 21 years in the initentiary while each of the brothers was sentenced to 11 years imprisonment Furious Fighting For seven years1 writes Geo W ioilman of Harper Wash I hall u bitter battle with chronic stomach und liver trouble but at last I on- and cured my diseases by tho uso o lectrlc Bitters I unhesitatingly jcommend them to all and dont Intend in the future to be without then In tho house They arc certainly u onderful medicine to have cured such a bad case as mine Sold un del guarantee to do tho same for you by G L Penny Stanford Lyno Bros of Crab Orchard at SOc a bottle Try them today THOSE who think an American can not compose any thing really great will be convinced ot their error if they will go tomorrow evening and hear liss Virginia Bourno play Tho Witch es Dance written by Americas great 1cst piano composer A COMPETITIVE examination for appointment to Normal course at Lexing ton will be held in my office Dec 23 lincoln county is entitled to four Must not bo under 17 years old Garland Singleton Superintendent f CHURCH MATTERS Rev W A Montgomery a wel known educator and divine of near Knoxville is dead aged 75 The members of the Brodhead Baptist Sunday school wilt give an entertainment in the Hall over tho CItizens Bank Christmas night Eld J G Livingston has been caned unanimously by the Goshern church for next year which will make about 6 years for him that ho has served thnt congregation and we hope he wilt continue to serve them for many years to come La Grippe and Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows la grlpj but never follows the use of Foley Honey and Tar It euros In grlpj coughs and prevents pneumonia nnd consumption As for Foloys Hone and Tar and refuse any substitul offered Mr G Vacher of 157 O good St Chicago writes My wlfoha a severe case of In grippe three years ago and it left lice with n terrlbl cough She tried a bottle of Foley 8 Honey and Tar and It guru imnieiliat relief A 50 cent bottlo cured lllr cough entirely Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store State troops will beasked for If trouble occurs over the finding of in dictments in tho election investigntioi pending at Barbourvillc Foreman Woodson has asked protection and has been assured that if he should nee protection it would be furnished- M J Farris sold to Simon Weilof Lexington 429 export cattle 1400 pounds at 4 to 41c Ho sold to Rich of Lincoln county 40 1010 pound feeders at 3 c Advocate Charles B Eames founder and vice resident of the St Louis clearinghouse was accidentally killed at his home by m old rifle he was handling Whisky And Brandy For Christmas I luivo un abundance of Whisky not Irandy of the very beet variety hrllt nns write or cull on m lit my store op of HnlU Inp J II OAItTlilt Mtnnford Ky A Special Bargain One hundred and ncru farm about d viler Nortwett ot Htanfont kcal twoitor sroom dwelling n tplcudld itock bnrnoni of the heat watered fiirnu In the lecesHiry outbuilding Hplondld orehnnl snots In bluegrafts never Intti plowed The whole fiirin lavs well and there In no carte land on It Klvo mlle from Ihmvllli md In n splendid community This In Mirgaln o muni Iw sold wlthli ho next u dll Ijn locust posts con b- tpttnttotrof form atserrlon1cnntmtcuMH lughcft Htiinford K- ycommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court O W Nance et nl IlalnllfT vi Join lnnceetnlItefendnnte Notice of Hale ruriuant ton Judgment of tho Ilncoli Ircult court nlI alwvu ttylet IIcUon lit Its NovcmlHT titan 1111 the un curt I Mutter CommlMloner of mil will on MONDAY JAN HIWXJ In front of tho cOllrtho Aodoorln Stanford ynbout hour ot Iji kell at publli outer to the hlgheit cud Ixnt bidder tin enlcHtnto hereinafter dctcrlliod TIll unit will made for tho purpose of division Tho sold real ettato Is tltuiited In Lincoln ounty Ky on the waterenf hanging Fork IInd lit bounded at follow t livglnnlim at tbe center of thin bridge over tho llntmlng orkon the Htanford t llustonvllle pike hence HiirtiW 37 pole anti links to one thenco w Sl iKjIen to a stone cor icr to llunn thencu H nt a llInkl- to nitdjIrmn scour corner to uimu McKIn ty N lcli Oi- lth bank of the branclthcncaN l5 w rteM11 links to It stout 1tbnl tr t tNutonstOuothence It lade Id eke to tlii center of tho tun ford A invllli pike thencn with menu H m W w dta thencoNKi Wttpolei 13 links to the- ghroingcoubiningalnerem of land credit of six otter nnd tho nrchosur will bu reimlred to glee loud for the purchase prlce with np to the miiTlmtionerami bearing Interest at tilt rnto of flixTcent per uiiniim from date of lie until paid Allen will bu retained on 10 land for the purchase price GEO B SAUFLEV M C L C C THE COLUMBIA Greatcoat for young men is mightily well named Big loose gnrmcnl with nil the grace and uwaggcrncss that belong in n young fellow scout Tho shoulders lapels front cad nil tho wear telliug parts are handwork ed Tho nianufacttircrs outdid them selves in tho making ot tho garment but hardly did themselves justice ill tho price Weve paved our advan tago on to you The coat is worth 812 It is marked 8 10 W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky JHt for Shoes for In our vast assortment of Shoes we feel sure we ought to suit EVERYBODY The Ultra 350 and the Brockport 3 for- Ladies in the new swing lasts in Patent Leathet 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- M n are to you ViciBox CalfAlaska Calf at 350 are as good as money today buys Our Patent in both Button and Lace are beauties at 350 and 5 High Top Shoes in Black and Tan solid as iron at 3 350 4 and 450 The fy Hocker Bootee the best of all in different styles doubled from top to toe at 5 Cheap goods and Felt Boots in abundance IH J I Its I J The Now Mason Hotel RATES 1200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wn SSUOABS FrpritorE- lKtilc Uchtt In ever room RtfumlihtJ end under intlrt Ntw Mngeme- olA S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrU Drug Store in tho Owslcy Fire Lightning Wlnd Htortn IIts nn Accident None the MTUONOKHT unit BEST Companles Ilepretellted Ix wettiot Ible hates tientnts t rnyluzIUC ordtUiiequiillfd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Rctldcnco Phone No 81 HOTEL PROPERTY AND STAILE FOR SALE III hotel prttitu- rtynndlttcrytnltleln lutOIlIII Inn can II at or residence and is well nrraneixl for two families Wa hlo hamt ktallii and U In repair Ilen ty water lit Imrn nnd hotel If house It not until by Jan lit will rout It for one year llou annd Imrn newly lintel U in Irndcd Hcliool dlntrlct Yorturthrriartlcr ulnr HCnhIPiNTKltflurtuttvhBe Ky Da1JJ Traylor DIAttll IH WhlsllI Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc Carpenter Houtv Oloin to Depot STANFORD KY Prompt nipollUAtttntlon Noltilpc fcultht bu to drink AUII phone cr tr ph aids ttcilv erompt attention Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Juinei trI et at rinlntllTt II II J Ilnkerton vt ill IlefeiidanU Nolle Iliruuant Hrtle to a JIIIIgmmt of the iJlicoli circuit court In above 11111 action at Ito Novemlter term 1UA tile un ilenditnitl Mutter Camiiilfuloncr of sub court will on MONDAY JAN Iota III front of the courthciuse door Ill Htun ford Ky abut the hour of r mall lit putlli outcry to the highest and Itt bid real entatw lierelnnfttr ileiorlbeil ThennuauittalsrunIIZMdfrom tills sale b the turn of KSitM thereon ut the rate of ptrr cent annum fron Mardi hI which was ed till plulntltJlIllIrllI niziilnit till defend ant II J the further mimol Ji llii iiiul Interest thoreonnt the nlKire rat front llufIh 3 nm until iiaM which Will nil Indeed n l W Ilnkerton nail this costa of this iietlon Tho tiild real entnti ennslitsof a house and lot In the town of Iliistonvllli In boundid on tin North by tilt KYIIIUlI node on tit wcat by the prnpM rte of Mrt Henry tlnl hush a utreet runnliiK from thin JutattnuMain Htreet on thn Houth by the by thin heirs of K IVacoek and also by n lot owned tiy Mlu lluttlu loam and on tin Kant by the vtreet running trout MahiHtreel to the ChrlBtlan church lot eotitiilnlni iilxitlt live acris upon which In located i larcu tchool till aiul other huh ldhtg Tne mile will made on credit ofsix hind IS months onethird of the tnircliax atttohtcrtalofer will Iw with security puya blotothuComnilmloner and Uarlni date of wile until Pinkertonby deed trout II J INK and of record In tho otllre of tit clerk of the Lincoln county court In I eed Hook No page GEO B SAUFLBY M C L CC n r SHOES Everybody and every Foot allin MROBERTS STANFORD Buil- dingINSURANCE 4 JIt 1 iHt1t Holiday Presents I JWo hnvo exhibited nico HolMny Displays before but none that com pare with the one wo now ask you to inspect Watches Fine Jewelry Sil ver Novelties and Silver Tablewire ir Fine HandPainted China Cut Glow Etc Etc High Quality GrxMh Low Prices Conic anti ho 8tiW H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler l STANFORD KYf + f t t Y Holiday Goods SANTA CLAUS Wagon has overturned and the entire load is how on display at PENNYS DRUG STORE The load includes some beautiful things stdUlhln for Holiday Gifts and you are cordially invited to innko a visit for inspection OQOQOQOO PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FOR SALE Kurmof KNucrei Kood bluu grass and to bite o land line s acres of hump on It drib year tho balance In grail Farm one title trout lluntonvlllu land adjoin pIke house of rooms kitchen tack porch and clilin nunr kitchen Jim new barn Qmltrteet For term apply to JII MullAUUUK JIuttoiiTllle Ky d IpiilriflM t StockholdersMeeting A meeting of the stock holder of tbo Na litUlrRlldtli torn to serve the untiling your r IlocKi Camblor- r nf 4 nNew Plaid Silks Wo imvc just received new lino of very swell plaid Finks for scat tr Something not diown in this market before One pattern of each kind 7Cc 81 nod 81Ij per yard 3 SE7IERAlYCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY IJr BTANFOIID Kv Ibc 10 1905 INSPKCT tho line of Christmas Goods at Pennys Drug Store c PERSONiS Miss II BRADY Is ill with pleu risyt T P HILL is troubled with a deep cold KAKLKS COFFEY of London was here Saturday Mu FHEO GAUNETT went to Louis villa yesterday Miss SALLIE DunnKiun spent several LouisvilleJI and daughters visiting at Shetland Va SIMON WEIL of Lexington was hero Friday with Lutes Co Miss SALUK GIVENS Middlesboro is with Mba Ophelia lackey IJOE WILL hour has gone to Denver with a view to locating MR A C ALKOKU is at Corbln work ing on tho L N roundhouse Miis MARY GIVENS who has been so ill la thought to be convalescing MRS ANNA HOLTZCLAW returned Sun day night from Spear Fish S D MIss MARY DAWSON of Louisville is tJ with her father Judge W L Dawson Bss DARrr ot Hustonville WB DenverIJI Iwith her daughter Mrs J It Powell MR GEORGE B SAUKIEY was in Frankfort on professional business Sat I urday JOHN OWSLEY REID of Central Uni versity Danville is at home for tho MOLUK RiLEY of london was tho JtUcsl of Miss Annlo Bronaugh at Crab Orchard- It I DAVISON of Stanford is at the Johtwon Washington dispatch to Courier Journal Miss UACIIKL AUJSON of Lexington has been tho guest of her sister Mrs Mary Burch tho iiustonvillnSection is Infirmary very MR MACK FEWIILL of Baltimore spending the holidays with his motion here MR JOHN FHAKURB of near Knox vllle is hero looking after tho attains of tho lato Franklin Owsley Miss MARIE MAIIONY of Stanford will arrive shortly to Christmas with Miss Elizabeth JciTcreonLouls vlllo Times UEV S GRINSTBAD wife and Miss Nettio Grinstead of Versailles arrive l Saturday to attend tho bedside of Mr E 11 Beazley MR E H BEAZLEY who Is critically l ill of consumption of the bowels rested fairly well lost and those at his belslde feel more hopeful ot his hoeov cryt Married 1conles Social Club will with Mrs J B Foster at 1 0oclock EYverynmegmberais2most cordially invited MR ANn MRS W 0 SPEED attend the elegant dinner given by Mrs D S Ca mtcr at lIuslonvllle Sunday In tho 75th birthday of her moth honorof Mary J Wenthe forll MR S II MARTIN has sold his splen did farm near Maret and will moro than likely become a citizen of Mt Ver non Mr nnd Mrs J M Craig re over the arrival of a fine girl at their homeMt Vernon Signal Miss DILL FELANH attended recep tion given Miss Edith Moore near Parksvllle Saturday evening in honor of Miss Bush Grinstead of Danville and Prof J Ireland of this place who will be marritd Thursday evening next CARROLL Krio trainer for Middleton Jungbluth was in tho city looking after horses at Park Ho found them in fine condition Mr Held spent an hour at Churchill Downs and left for his home at Hustonville Ho returned a few days ago from the Rancho del Paso Stud of thorough j j breds in Now York Louisville Times tiLOCALSSILVER novelties at Muellers I CALL and our line of Xmas pres- r ents Tribblo Pence FINE assortment fancyand mixed candies G D Hopper i ANY EC cigar in our stock at 2 per ti lox Mrs S Jones 1 FuLL tlnoor useful and ornamental Xmas gifts Tribblo Pence BEAUTIFUL line of pocket knives just received P G Warner Son 4 A CHRISTMAS tree will given at Alcorns Opera House Hustonville Saturday night next under tho auspices of tho Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church On account of the expense securing tho Opera House an admission of lOc for adulto and 5c for children will bo charged Every J body invited 0 YanArs11daleS Jones for cut prices on Christmas cigars A COMMERCIAL club will be organized at Hustonville this week SIF our line of fresh fruits and nuts for Christmas G D Hopper SEE tho now assortment on our 5 and lOc counter L M Busy Co SEE W II Mueller big selection jewel boxes brushes combs mirrors etc BRING your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices nnd best ser vice JUST received a now line of fancy side and back combs at L M Buoy Cos I HAVE received a consignment of the genuine Virginia saddles J C Mc Clary B D CARTER the uptodnto livery man has our thanks for the handsomest calendar wo have seen AVOID tho rush Friday and Saturday by buying your fruits candies nuts etc now W II Hlggins Tie whistling artist Miss Her ta Jean Penny will glvo a very beauti ful number Wednesday evening FOR RENT Storeroom we now oc cupy Possession Jan 1900 Best location in town P G Warner Son A MUSICAL treat is in store Wednes day evening for those who want to hear Prof Ireland sing The Sweetest Flow erThat Blooms It A nox of cut flowers makes a very acceptable Xmas present Call and tho choice and beautiful selection at Stanford Greenhouses WHEN it comes to Holiday gifts n se lection of high class jewelry In rich signs is found at Muellers in abun dance and at right prices Till ladies tho Baptist church made C1 on their bazaar and exchange In the little storeroom in the old Com mercial Hotel building Saturday IN order to close our stock of ladles jackets and misses cloaks by Jan wo have made n 25 per cent reduction In prices E Perkins Crab Orchard PLACE your order with us for candles fruits nuts and the many other good things for Xmas and It shall receive the best attention George II Farris MR H D PHILLIPS hasbought of Leo II Stono an acre lot on Logan Av enue adjoining A C Alford and will build n pretty homo on it in the Spring THERE beanoyster supper at the Turncraville school house on Saturday night Dec 23 Everybody invited Ad mission 26c Proceeds to go to n good CnnArTothe one who applies quickly almost new rubber tiro buggy and organ with plain Walnut case but a splendid instrument Apply at this office NICEST line of fruit ever brought to Stanford Oranges 15c to 60c per dozy en Candies of every variety Black cakes looked to order at 30c per pound Fresh oysters and celery on hand at all times Mrs W S Jones PRETTY STORK James Brady nnd Jbhn Chadwick have beautifully decorated H J McRobcrts store for the big Christmas trade that place of busi ness Is receiving When it comes to making things look pretty Shady and Chad arc very near it FOR SAFE KEIriNtcWilliam Shop pard and Willian Caudill of Letcher county were brought hero Friday morn ing and turned over to Jailer Herrin for safekeeping Tho former has been granted n new trial for murder by the court of appeals Cnudlll killed u man on election day and has had no trial Both are white LANIIAM IMrs Link C Lanham died at her home near Highland and was buried Friday Her trouble was blood poison Mrs Lanham had been mar her first husband being a Mr Killlon She loft three children Mrs J S Knoxville Mrs David Barnett andtlliss Bertie Killion of Lexington She was 63 years old and a most woman SILK LINED KID GLOVES Fur Ladies and Gentlemen These are something ncjVfKare serviceable milt comfortable The kid wears well and the Bilk tJlning makes them warm Como let us skew you The prices arc 1 8125 and 8150 1 atTJoseph- Trice STANFORD souvenir spoons at Mucl lers CARRIAGE heaters obes horse blankets etc J C McClary BuowN Leghorn roosters thorough bred for sale Mrs F Dishon Stanford COME and get your Lowneys and Wescotts chocolate for the least mon ey at G D Hoppers ALFRED MCALISTER colored who married sister of Anderson Carr died of consumption Friday WANTED buyers lease n desira ble lot in Stanford to build a broom fac tory on Address S P Gray Stanford Ky WANTED Bright honest young man from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids la EXCIIANGF OR SALE 130ncro good improved farm In Mercer county for a farm near Hustonville T Ewing real estate agency Harrodsburg Ky TIIERC will be a Christmas tree and entertainment at tho Christian church Thursday night for the benefit tho Sunday school children Everybody In vited Tim pupils of the Goshen school will give an art exhibition beginning at 1 oclock Saturday afternoon next This will be followed by an entertainment and Christmas tree at the church Ev erybody invited THERE will bo Christmas tree at the Methodist church Monday night at 7 oclock A cordial invitation is ex tended to tho parents of children of other churches to come and bring their presents if they so desire ON the night of Dec 28th there will be an old fiddlers and jig dancing con test Opera House Huston ville which will bo interspersed with quartettes and character sketches Ad mission popular prices Go and enjoy yourself lioN FONTAINE Fox BOUDITT known at his home In Lincoln County as tho Cicero of the Mountains an ex member of the Legislature and ono tho most unique characters In Kentucky came to the city yesterday to try to get the Court of Appeals to reinstate an injunction against a man who is trying to take a farm from ono of his clients Mr Bobbitt will embrace tho opportunity as says to speak to his constituents in the penitentiary to day On Temporal and Eternal Punishment Frankfort Journal FOR SALEA nice large store room and dwelling above consisting of eral nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and necessary outbuild ings The property is in good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in tho business portion of town The property will sold at a bargain and is a splendid opportunity for some one desiring to go in business for the store and dwelling combined will n great saving in rent etc Pos session given immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford WORTHAM Mr Simeon A Wortham died at his homo on Whitley Avenue Friday afternoon aged 72 and was buried In the Lancaster cemetery Sat urday afternoon after services at tho home by R9V L M Omer Mr Worth am had been in very bad health since he received a stroke paralysis some three years ago and for the last year or so had Inxn almost helpless For many years ho assisted Mr II C Rup Icy in his tailoring business but was compelled to give up his work on ac count of his health Fifteen years ago ho married Miss Jennie Myers nnd she- a brother and two sisters survive him The latter live at Lancaster the de ccascds old home Mr Wortham was a member of tho Christian church and a kindhearted good man He was a patient sufferer and the good wife leaves made his last days as pleasant us possible for him by doing every thing in her power that would alleviate his sufferings and shorten the hours that hung so heavily on him Mrs Worth am is deeply grieved at her loss and her friends sympathize with her in her great trouble Sho asks us to thank the friends who wero so kind to her in tho experiencedmembered in her prayers t OYSTERS celery cranberries Satur day Georgo H Farris HOLLY wreaths and bunches mado on short notice at the Stanford Greenhouses A CLOAK skIrt or furs bought at our December clean up sale means aI saving Severance Son THERE will a Christmas tree at tho Methodist church here for the child ren on Monday night Dec 25th THERE nn entertainment at the Methodist church Hlgland next Friday night Everybody cordially Invited Tim Beaver Creek Oil Gas Co will declare a dividend of 15 per cent Thursday next at tho head office at Hustonville ANNIE WESLEY little daughter of William Sprinkles fell while at play Saturday and broke one of her legs just above the knee gTilE L N will give reduced rates to all points Dec 22 23 24 25 30 and 31 and Jan 1 good returning Jan 4 account of tho holidays NICE of nary pictures wagons sleds carts rocking horses tricycles velocipedes and handcars for Xmas trade Trible Pence THERE will a Xmas tree and enter tainment at Pino Grove church next Saturday evening 23rd Everybody invited to come and bring presents DOORS open at the Graded School tomorrow evening at 630 Entertain ment begins at 730 Reserved seats on sale at the door 25 cents General admission 10 and 15c SPEAKING Hon taine Fox Bob bitt will speak at Ottenheim to the Swiss Club next Sunday 24th For eigners and natives all invited Ladies especially requested to be present To MT STERLINGMr John P Jones has rented a storeroom in the central portion of Mt Sterling and will open In it a magnificent line of dry goods notions etc There is no better merchant in the State than Mr Jones and we predict ho will well from the start When gets settled down will move his family to Mt Sterling and by it Stanford will lose another excellent family FOR LAWRENCE FOR SPEAKER On being asked by an INTERIOR JOURNAL man yesterday who his choice would be for Speaker of the next House of Rep resentatives Mr J M Alverson said I shall vote for lion Henry R Law rence I always have voted for straight democrats and not believe in giving the spoils to bolters therefore I shall use all honorable means to secure the caucus nomination for Mr Lawrence as much as I would liko to vote for the Madison county entry Hon It W Miller I feel that it is a duty that I owe to tho democratic party to do so and that duty shall be carried out by Itme PROGRAM for the entertainment to bo given by the Christian Sunday school Thursday evening at 7 P M Prayer Rev L M Omer The Annunciation By tho Boys RecitationMary Shepherd Cook Recitation Marion Grimes Recitation Clara FalHs Recitation Matsie Grimes Song by tho choir Sacred Night Acrostic by 15 little children Babo of Bethlehem Song Jesus My Savior to Bethlehem Came It Recitation Annie Lewis Gen try Recitation Henry Messer Reci tation Lewis Omer Recitation Lot tlo Carson Recitations by Willie and Bessie Wilkinson and Maggie Huffman Song by the choir Recitation Hattio Rice Recitation King Swope Reci tationGertrudo Wilkinson Song Albert Phillips RecitationLena Tray lor Recitation Willie B OBannon Recitation Virginia Omer Song by the children Santa Claus Treat for tho children In Mad Chase Millions rush in mad chase after health from ono extreme of faddlsmto another when If they would onleat good food and keep their bowels regu lar with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would all pass away Prompt rollef and quick cure for liver and stomach trouble c Iuaranteed at G L Penny Stanford LyneBros of Crab Orchard 6ii J Fine Linen Covers Scarfs These will appeal to the lovers of fine handdrawn linen goods Table covers at 8175 8250 8tnml 8450 Dress scarfs at Jl75 to 84 The work is done by Japanese artists anti it is well done W are of W 7 ell arc W see V W bo of of see de of W of W W of at of he sev all be be of ho be all be do he he do 4 Mens ijats Fashionable Colors Popular Shapes Our Christmas Stock comprises many choice styles in Pearl Grey the most Fashionable Color Fancy Hat Bands Are quite the vogue They can be instantly attached to any hat without sewing 25c each We show them in many colors Treat Yourself to a New Hat from CUMMINS McCLARV Stanford Kentucky olidayGoods1 h 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 moneytonjyour purchases An elegant line of Furs Twohandle Umbrellas the newest thing Hand Bags Galore Toilet Sets Jew elry a Large Assortment of Neckwear Etc- Greaterbargains represented in our 5 and 10 Cent J 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 the great bargains represented in the same L M RUBY CO Dry Goods and Notions Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky r Ii StockholdersMeeting A mooting of the stockholders of the First Nutlumil Hunk of Htanfonl will lie held at their banking house the second Tuesday In Jnnuiiry iww for the purpose of electing directors for the eiiimlng year JOHN J T8 Onsbler t N jA L iI61o Stockholders Meeting A UncoilssecondTuednyinJanuaryof director for tho WALBuluuraashter I4- dl a f The Interior Journal nttrtdinlfie FottOjficeat Stanford at Morulclais matter rnOMHIIBU TUKSUAYS AND PttlAYB AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH iar When not so paid SSOO wilt be charged E D Peyton DEALKlt IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J H 100NE I CO Proprietors LIVERY flND fEED5TRBbE- Stanford KY Good Livery Serrice at Iteasonblo Rates Call on ui on Depot Street Alia Dealers In Goal Jesse W Sweeney rCOPBIKTOU Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Hones wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE 8VBSS k CLASSSOM Inn JUNCTION CITY KV 7lrst01i s Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Mon Grain and nay For 8aln J L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers iu Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY ttt that of Fiscal First Stanford Ky BankStock 50000 a This ai the Deposit of Stanford In then as the National Bank of Stanford In 1885 and again ai the First Baik of Stanford In 1882 having had an uninter rupted existence 43 It ii better applied now with facilities transact ing ouilnoat and well than ever before In long honorable career of and Cor B J B Owsley I B W 0 Walker flea Carter J B Foster L O Oooch V H Cummtoi W U Bright L Bubbly n 8hanki r r t CARTERSuccessor to Bruce t Carter and Sale Depot Street STANFORD KY Special to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited hones handled on commission In Connection RESTORATIVEI CURES The World admire men ura strong In pnyi 1 mental and nerve ferret men of ambition enemy and noDl net1llln1 Ute true t1l otperretttonon enhrNtudneluenehta make Ifewortn Ir WIrYILCuresn f ritrUn aapaanss and other troablndu to bablu and other caUMa U nrair waited nrrtiK- atiAlljr wood for women Rootlet tree alaualiirerren MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO U1 A rOl BALK AT PINNYS DBOO BTORK POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting fishing or any kind of tee passing on our pluccs and will violator to the fun extent of the law Mr Kato Ador Relchenbch Urn Fred VonOruonlRfin Albert VonOruenlRan Fred VonAllman Fred Baumann Alfred Simpson Oeoreo Holmes Miss Mettle U Howos Reichenbach Oharle Cummins Jos tntllou A 0 Dunn M Holmes wEAmon Wit Daugherty M J Hoffman M D Klmore Peter W Tarter J Nerln Carter J E Bruce W F Shomaker Thomas Kerrlll Oreen Ferrill- F L Conn John B Oamenlsch Sam Trowbrldpe A D Root Charles Ensslln Frank Cordler Mrs M Hayden Welch Peter Balmer John Meier Samuel Llndor Jacob Oacder Mrs Alice 1vtle David Mary Hoffmann L I Nunnelley J W Baughman Onrlitena Oravson J O Carpenter Jacob Jtsiweln eatcy Embalmer and in dec STANFORDKENTUCKYOalce Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky r Only and Weekly Published at the Capital and the on I0I1e that ever took the Associated Press Reports has recently been enlarged null greatly It snakes a specialty of LOCAL NEWS including the Court of Appeals State Court The Federal Court It is es pecially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 84 Send remittance to W P WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentucky National Capital Institution was established Hank 16J8 reorganized reorganized National practically for for promptly Its Accounts Individuals Fiduciaries partitions Solicited Olrcctors 3 Pazton Shanks Wt BD Livery feed Stable Attention Stock Pena who prosecute Stephens e Undertaker Dealer Daily improved y Officers J B HOOKER Press S T HAIIHU V Pres J J MCKOBKHT8 Ohr W H WEABENAsst Chr Directors F Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J 9 locker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford 8 H Baughman Stanford T P Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J H Bauebman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK u CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO X iSuccessors to The Farmers Bank ft Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial r NERVOUS DEBILITY onrorkmOklnFcdrulr HarnesSSaddlerjr The Offlcirs D SHANKS President J B PaxtonVice ldont W If BRIGHT CashUi WOWAtKKB Ast Culls Lkti fi1i JIt i3iJiI L KINGSVILLE D B Flint is proving himself a first class salesman for G A WalterIEdmund Murphy will open a livery stable and a firstclass one making two RomeIwhatSebastian very mu improved his storehouse and has replenished his stock of groceries G Murphy is so busy selling goods that he hasnt fully opened up a very extend receivIcddisplays of Xmas goods ever shown In Kingsville Doc Padgett is doing well in his line In fact nil our stores are doing well Dr Bradford Warren informs us that two of the three spelling matches bl tween Pleasant Point and Kingsvil were ties instead of resulting in favorI of Pleasant Point as was claimed In the Pleasant Point correspondence to the I J In writing of the spclltr match we stated that we were undo tho impression that our school won afterwards learning that our impression was erroneous as neither school won The two schools were not con tcstnnts but merely having a soci gatheringnot one school against theI otherMrs E D Carey has been visltin her sister at Waynesburg Mrs Ge Kigncy and daughter Miss Dora visit ed Mrs Davidson at McKmney Mi and Mrs Robin Rlgney and little dangh ter visited relatives at McKinney Samuel Rigney wife and baby have returned to Georgetown after a brief vie it to relatives here Alonzo Rlgney is at home from the C S Mrs Lane and motherinlaw of Garrard have returned from a visit to Eubanks nnd Floyds Switch D C Allen of Mc Kinney was here Wednesday and ThursdayOur will closo in a little more than one week after a very succcssft term Mr Warren is a splendid teach er and our community will be cry sorry to give him up as this is the last school he will probably teach It Is his intention to return to Louisvilli and reenter a medical college when in n few months he will graduate Wo wish him success in his chosen profes lion and hope that he may make as sue cessful an M D as ho is a preceptor Dr Warren his excellent and prctt wife and little daughter Blanche will be very much missed here Torture of a Preacher The story of the torture of Itev 0 D Moore pastorof tho Baptist church of Harpcrsvllle N Y will Interest you Ho says 1 Buttered agonies be auso of a persistent cough resulting from the grip I had to steep slUing ip In bed I tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr King New Discovery for Consumption Roughs and Colds which entirely cured my cough and saved me fron consumption A grand euro for dla eased conditions Throat and Lungs U G L Penny Stanford LynoBros Crab Orchard price OOo and 8100 juaranteed Tflal bottlo free a CRAB ORCHARD Mr and Mrs Robert Collier of Brod head will come to Crab Orchard soon to make their home Mrs Ill Cooper h visiting her daughter Mrs C Stuart this week Miss Ila Iloldam will cave in a few days for Memphis Tenn where she has been offered a lucrative business position J F Holdam and vile will leave January 1 for Stanford to live much to the regret ofv their many friends here Charles Scott and amily of near Goshen have rented AB Bastins farm and will move here eon Mr Bastin will move to town Dr W J Edmiston and wifo will move to the D IL Edmiston property and A Bastin will occupy the house they vacate A mireCroup When a child shows symptoms oup there Is no time to experiment with new remedies no matter how ighly they may bo recommended hero Is one preparation that can ola8 be depended upon It hns- been in use for many years and has nover been known to fall viz Cham nlalns Cough Remedy CJlvo It and a qhlck cure Is sure to follow Mr 11 F Compton of Market Texas Sa8 of it I have used Chamber tins Cough Heme in severe cases or croub with my children and can uthfully say It always gives prompt reUef Fur sale by all druggists Little Jack Horner sat in a corner Eating a Christmas pie For Jack wasnt able to get to tho table Along with the rest thats why ootors Could not Help Her- I had kidney trouble for years writes Mrs Raymond Conner of Slid ton Wash and tho doctors could not help me I tried Foloys Kidney Cure and the very fleet dose gavo me rellcf and I am now cured 1 cannot ly too much for FoleyV Kidney Curc It makes tho diseased kidneys sound so they will ellmlnaUi tho poisons from the blood Unless they do- this good health Is Impossible Pon- nys Drug Store iThere are 234000 telephones in New r p t iit i FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fort SALE Twentyone yearling cattle K H Crow 3t Isaac Shelby bought of Marsh Coke 12 feelers at 31c Pleas Tucker bought of Bledsi Bailey 12 710poundcattle at 3c M B Eubanks sold to Bright Fox 28 two and threeyearold mules aL 170 IFon SALK Pair threeyearold mare good ones G W Moore McKinney FOR SALEFive twoyearold mules ready for market J F Rigney Soi Stanford Joe E Wright the jack and mul man is back from Tennessee where he bought 11 fine jacks ISamuel T Harris and R B Wood Arthur of Brooklyn threeyearold maro for 500 W B Burton of Lancaster sold to Lawrence Jones of Louisville a two yearold colt by Preston for 1500 For sale at n bargain acres of lam with small house in suburbs of Bus tonvillc Ky Mrs F B Barnett T C Rankin bought two pairs or mules at 150 and 250 and one mule for 140 Ho shipped a carload or mules to Georgia Thursday- S T Harris and Robert Woods sold to C S Williams of Versailles n pall 3f twoyearold mules for f100 The were sired by their jack Billy Keene ESTKAY Red steer about 18 month old came to my place two months ago Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep J C Spratt Ot lcnheimIA bull between ono and two years old estray since April last was taker up by me Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep T J Culton Crab Orchard A J Hayden of Boyle who was n caller at this office Friday told us that he raised 512 barrels of splendid corn ind 27 barrels of nubbins on 38 acres ol and Who can beat that yield t DANVILLE COURTThere were about 200 cattle on the Danville market yes terday and most of them sold A bunch or good yearling steers went at 3jc but some heifers went as low as 21c There was a strong demand for good horses md mules at 100 to 200 Tho thoroughbred stallion G W Johnson belonging to the estate of the ate E W Lee of Boyle brought 200 it time Lexington horse sales Lillian- Lee by Lisbon darn Tencrinc also sold for 330 Seventeen others were sold at prices ranging from 75 to 275 FOR SALE About 11 acres of land me mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well md all necessary outbuildings Place Is right on pike This is a good home and a cheap place The owner of this propcrtlIvlS at Henderson Ky and has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at a bargain Forprice etc ice or write L R Hughes Stanford Kythe First Requisite of Beauty The first rvquislto of beauty is n lour complexion Urlno Laxutltc Prull syrup clears a sallow blotched Complexion us it stimulates the liver- end bowels rind tho eyes become night and clear You owe It to your friends to take It If your complexion Is bad Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup hoes not nauaeato or grlpo and is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes onnys Drug Store not until the last prayTakeGut your ahopping done today Are you a married man no I became batdhcaded itrougii natural causes lorida- New Orleans Cuba readied in comfort via- wnui CSCNT1- IETER AND SOUTHERN FIY THREE TRAINS A DAY Clicno Florida Special U Sink Jiicaj rift iP36 6I1J PuLmin Treh- f to i HATt usafttI- iU UNOTOir llrtOX 124OAZLUr vrtm rU Cbatta luxru an1Uarlda iimitejl Train-L 0 CltLtilNAJ1 P110AU LJXHIOTON 03S A M IIAKVILLI2 IlO AN nor oft her Pullman Htrin Olwr PittACd nriOreveportnnlrrwOrleene- vbVhaltanootaMeant and an Queen Crescent Special aJrlntnn ran vlllo in wJ Clint unuutta and HlnakiBtam aim throudi liiiiuuu Hcrvlre to Jackwnvlllr Via Aibcvlll and Havnniuh and Chartnuon Winter tourist lltluu won at reduced rates For Information apply Cfcas Wi ZeB DP AI Cloclwiill c gist P a TA lye w a aiMurrr w r niuoiu 1w OIC eftMr i II I BARGAINS I A fow Bargains that will bo of interest to you when you cptno to my store Mens Overcoats SHflQ and up Boys Overeats 8110turd up Mens Suits 81 and up Youths Suit 550 and up Iloystual Children Suits 81 and up Mens sa Corduroy Pants cut to 225 McuV82CO Corduroy PnnU 3 cut to 82 Mens 82 Corduroy Pants cut to 8150 Mens 8100 Corduroy Pnnla cut to 8125 two pair Corduroy Knee Pants for lOc Mews Duck Working Coats ti Bed Comforts 75c anti tip Wo liuvo ju t received a largo shipment of Silk Mulllcrs null Neckwear A complete lino of Shoes and Dry Goods Our motto is To Sell the Best Goals for tho Leant f Money Come see and be convinced r t SAMROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln Cpunty Nat Bank JSTANFORD KYt41f DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS Are the fayorite toots ofgood work men Their around gOodness has made them 10 and nil who ever wed them swear by them You cant use any other kind U you want to do the best work CfllSELStHArCRns CIrS ur1L5 oIaG GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentuckyt Prepare for Xmas YI COAL ANn WOOD While 0 k Cnnnol Ixisl TenaoMco Jcllic9 fB G Jellico Mountaiu A h Jcllico Barren ForkIFfiliU Wheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Stnnv Timoth Hay Mixed Hay Corn Oats Bran Shipstuff Big1 Mixed parlaytBKST COW FEED OX TIIK MAKKKT Big1 Mixed FeedGround Corn Oata Hrnn and Barley for 75c per sick till Xnm Wn have u L Crusher and can grind anything iu tho feed line Give us your order htJliJroi the rush A Merry Xma with your bin full of Coal and Feed WI h you lye a Merry Xmas GENTRY KENNEYIDANVILLE KYiHOLIDAY GOODS My Stock is Large and Complete Choice Gifts for Old and Young Items tooJNumerous to Mention Call And Inspect W JB MoRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD UNRAVELED DISPLAY of Mechanical and Musical Toy Books Dolls Doll ToysfEtc at WILL NCRAIGSDru- ggist and Optician PARKERS HAIR BALSAM CleuiKi awl Inutini the htlr I Irotiuitcl a laiurlant truth Never F IU to restore any Hitr to Iti Cure rn ryihuteiUw For Sale Privately nacresoflandMy house situated Just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and serant a room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the and one for stock J P BAILEY y EXTENSION In order to make room for coiningtgoods wo will enlarge our store at once but wo want to move sonic of our goods quick ntul will give sour o good bargains Latest style in rugs carpets and furniture Call and see UB Livery Millinery and uudertak lug Pruitt BrothcrsIMoreland Ky s i