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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905 NO 91 r I Business Opportunity1 fI At oloek P M ou A Wednesday Dec 271 Wo will sell nt public sale to tlio highest 1010our entire stock of Mcrclmn disc consisting of Dry Goodi Notions Slues and Furnishing Goods UIN iti8ro Iixluros We will odor the stock ns n whole and also in lots which plnu brings the most we will accept as n sale We have about jJ 5000t ofh stock well assortedclean ull111n good condition fhis hn good fJ 1uIJlortulllt for tlOllle ono looking fur u location t rrJJ JffiWe Must Sell at Once on Account of Other if J tr Business Demanding Our Time v and Attention JfTliU lithe l Mt opening in the State The hu inc H U not over done only three Dry Gulp Storm in the town Wo lire in the blue grass section of 10 tho State good rich fanner that prodneo Hemp Tobacco Wheat Corn Olts liny nod flue stock of nil kinds Our people always have the CASH to pay Tor their goodi A good live merchant can IIdl 810000 worth of ttj1 jncrclmnditc per nnnuin the party Imyiug the stock can get the slore room t jl low price for one year or longer if they want it Tho ptore room in J brook nod practically new 15 feet front by 70 deep two Morien nice stair trny loading up from the iiiBide Storeroom i5 heated by furnace and pier l ty of light and the best location in town Terms of sale will be nnnoiinn il on day of wile 9 The Logan Dry Goods Co Lancaster Ky h ft MATRIMONIAL Henry Elam of Tennessee and Miss fLtztic HutcliLson were married hero I Wednesday James Ross n widower of Cl and MM Rosa Smith u widow of 30 were married on the 19th A double wedding was solemnized at Columbia Wednesday the contracting parties being N M Tutt and Miss Ma A George Stints and Mist Myrt Staples nil of that city Mr Charles A Hardin of Harrods h Lburg and Mr Ida Sha w of Woodford were quietly married Tuesday afternoon in Hotel parlor lit I the Rev If II Folk ofIHarnxisburg officiating A few tives and friends gathered for the cere and tho couple left Immediately afterward for a S trip and will then go to Harrodsburg to their future home Tho bride formerly Muss Hoi loway of Woodford a wo man Mr Hardin is Commonwealths attorney in this district and is well known and popular over tho State Only n few intimate friends and role were present nt the marriage n The Childrens Delight When you consider the terrible times you uwl to have In childhood under tho Initiation of castor oil salts and sunny brimstone and treacle and f other horrors you can perhaps up preelato the childrens delight with such a pleasant meillelno for impure blood stomach or bowel troubles us Dr CnldwoUs laxative Syrup Pepsin Haslde being pleasant tot ttake it It unequalled by nay other tnai in the wide range of its curative powers fur nearly all child rons diseases Sold by 0 IV Penny Stanford C W Adams Hustonvlllo at 0c and 1C0 Money back If it i fails Everybody shops but father Ho works all day- hustling round for the coin Christmas bills to pay Mother rushes counters So docs Sister Ann Everybody shops at our house Hut my man A Happy Home 15 mudo perfect when perfect health reigns within Its doors rids Is best insured by always keeping Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin on hand anti father mother and chllcrcn tak ing a few doses at the least sign of stomach liver or bowel trouble Always relieves and cures Sold by O L Penny Stanford W C Adams Hustonvlllo at COc and 9100 Money back U It falls r The Judge Bobbitt And The Bull Judge Wowned a brindle breathy namiman Honest whom he occaI5I0115classics but ho would sometimes In tho presence of company get oft n big word Ho had directed Bobbitt to put Big Urin in a lot which thing was done but grin did not stay there When tho judge discovered firms absence and company being present Judge W demanded of Bobbitt why Big Brin had not been impounded Bobbitt replied did Impound him sir but with all the impetuosity pomposity animosity and abatropulos ity inherent in appertaining to con tracted and absorbed by his bovinlty ho prcponsely and maliciously ignored your nmndatorial edict and transcended the Impound of the incarceration und scattcrsophisticated all over tho ex panse of the forest When the company departed tho judgo asked Honest Hike the interpreter what it was that Bobbitt said Oh says Mike Bob bitt said Brin jumped tho fence and went to the woods ONE OFTIIK BOYS A PATHETIC CHRISTMAS POEM Tho scenoit was a mansion grand A bankers home no doubt Tho snow was softly falling and The folks had all gone out A burglar man broke in to rob And found n little child Who begged him to forsake his job In accents meek and mild Oh please sir lead another life And cease abroad to roam The child implored Think of your wife And little ones at home The burglar man assured tho kid Another life hed lead And so in truth he really did Ho immediatelywent in the life in surance An Emergency Medicine For sprains bruises hurns scalds and similar Injuries there is nothing good atf Chamberlains Pain Balm It soothes the wound and not only gives instant relief from pain buy causes tho parts to heal in about one third the time requited by the usual treatment As It is an antiseptic all danger from blood poisoning is avoided Sold by all druggistsi NEWS NOTES Revenue officers captured six moon shiners in a cave In Russell county Va Two men were fatally injured while preparing nitroglycerin to shoot an oil well near Casey III August Ruchnewicz a Chicago brick layer shot and killed his wife and fa tally wounded himself One man was killed and 40 persons were injured in a collision between two passenger trains on elevated tracks in New York The main building of the Boys Re form School of the District of Colum bia just outside of Washington was destroyed by flro Tho Supreme Court of the United States decided to hear argument on the questions involved in the Caleb Powers case on January 15 Imports of diamonds and other preci ous stones have reached the remark able total of 37000000 at New York for tho present year Frank A Gay Jr receivlngtellcrof the Monroe Bank New York was arrested charged with stealing two 5 gold pieces from the bank Six men were killed and several In jured by an explosion in nn excavation for a new building opposite the Wal dorfAstoria Hotel New York William G Crawford was convicted in Washington Tuesday of complicity in postal frauds Pending a motion for a new trial he was released on bond of 10000All have complied with the order of the State Railroad Commission for new rates on lumber and logs the last of the tariff sheets being filedTucs day at Frankfort The State Board of Valuation and Assessment at Frankfort Tuesday fixed the assessment on whisky in bonded warehouses at 8 per barrel the same as last year Supreme Chancellor Charles E Shlv eley of the Knights of Pythias has designated Feb 19 180C ns the time for celebrating the anniversary of tho founding of the order The case of Muse Foltner charged with killing Jesse Fields five years ago was taken up at Irvine having been removed there from Brcathitt county- on n chango of venue Robert W Rutherford and M C Murray lath of Philadelphia were HutherfordsIother men were wounded by same gang Martin C Evans of Shojbyville Tenn has been in Colorado for sometime arranging to purchase one of the mountain peaks in the Green Horn range to leave it as a monument to his nameThe second trial of the noted Walls will case in the Bourbon Circuit Court resulted in a verdict in favor of the infant heir the daughter by a second marriage Cut oft with 1000 by the will by the decision just rendered she shares equally in tho estate valued at 50000Attorney General Moody has rendered an opinion to the effect thatno midship man can be removed from the Naval Academy without process of court martial In view of this opinion Secretary Bonaparte has informed tho chairman of the House and Senate Naval Committees that ho deems it proper that legislation should bo en acted enlarging his authority in suds casesThe Chicago National Bank the Home Savings Bank and tho Equitable Trust Company in nil of which insti tutions John R Walsh was largely in terested have been compelled to sus pend business border of the Con troller of the Currency nnd will go into liquidation Other banks of Chi cage have come to the rescue to avert a panic nnd it is stated that depositors will be paid in full Heavy loans to enterprises In which Walsh was interested caused tho trouble Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ngo during tho severe winter weather both my wife and myself contracted severe colds which speedily developed into the worst kind of In grippe with nil its miserable symptoms to Buys Mr J S Kglcston of Maple Lauding Iowa Knees anti joints itching muscles sore head stopped up eyes and nose running with alternate spells of chills and feVer Wo began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy hiding the same with a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and by Its liberal use soon completely knocked out tho grip It Is a good plan to tilko u dose of the Tablets when you have n cold They promote a healthy action of the bowels liver and kidneys which is always beneficial when the system Is congested by a cold or attack of tho grip For sale by alldrugglsts- Christmas coming Hullygeo Mothers on her Shoppin spree HUSTONVILLE D II Skinner is at home from Ston ega Va to spend the holidays James Yowell sold a bunch of 800 pound cattle to D C Allen at 21c Dont forget tho big Christmas tree at Alcorna Opera House Saturday night Dec 23rd Everybody come As bad and unpropitious as Saturday was a stream of Christmas shoppers thronged our business houses until the twilight began to wane The fiddlers and jig dancers contests nt Alcorns Opera House Thursday night Dec 23 promises an evening of joy unconfined for young andold A Christmas tree at the opera house is being arranged for Saturday night Dec 23 This promises to be the larg est affair of the kind ever given in our cityOur bank will soon installa large number of individual safes to properly systematize the keeping of valuable pa pers c for their largo list of patrons P W Green and D S Carpenter re turned from a weeks hunt in Casey with a dozen birds J H McIIargue sold two cows to E L Slier of Pulas ki for 570 The carrier on Rural Route No 1 from our city desires through these columns to graciously thank thepatrons who have kindly and substantially remembered him and he wishes them a a merry Christmas and prosperous and happy new y car A Fiddlers and Jig Dancers contest at Alcorns Opera House Friday night Dec 29 interspersed with musical ren ditions comical character sketches etc making altogether the greatest laugh producing prrgram that ever came down the pike and at nil popular prices Secure your seats early at Yow ills Thomas Green of Springfield Ill is visiting Evan Lyon and family and oth er friends and relatives in the land of his birth the West End Miss Sara Baughman of Stanford was the guest of her uncle J K Baughman and fam fly the past week Mrs M T Wil hams has returned from a protracted visit to friends and relatives in Lexing ton We undoubtedly have the champion wing shot of not only Kentucky but the entire South in the person of Mr Emmett McCormack who killed 45 straight birds at 45 shots and the fail uro of his gun to fire let the 4Gth bird escape A number of reliable gentle men were with Mr McCormack and will testify to the correctness of tho above The former record is 32 Mrs Sophia Carpenter gave an ele gent dinner on the 17th in honor of her mothers 7oth birthday A largo coterie of relatives were present and friends and neighbors were substantially remembered No Parisian chef can equal the cuisine art of Mrs Carpenter whose fame for years while hostess of the historic Weatherford Hotel brought thousands to our midst who truly sing her praises with us today From personal interviews I find that a majority of the Board of Education of our graded school favor building a home for the school instead of buying one not adapted to their wants and bad ly out of repair They have plans for a building that is nearly perfection the rooms of which have folding and clos ing partitions when opened the entire floor except cloak rooms is thrown Into a large auditorium A slack horning furnace will heat the entire building to which there will be only one chimney and the cost will be a saving and the building a model for the purpose- A Commercial Club will be organized in our city this week Prominentnmong tho many things of interest to our city and community to be looked after by this organization will bo an organized effort to induce the location of a rail road line by our city that is to be surveyed down Green River valley pass ing tho newly discovered coal fields on Goose Creek which are destined to bo developed in the near future besides penetrating n timber country abounding in Immeasurable quantities of walnut ash poplar oak and pine and connect ing at Scottsvillo with the linoto Galla tin and Nashville Also to assist in organizing a local company for the pur pose of developing natural gas that un doubtedly lays beneath us awaiting an outlet Many years since a well was drilled for water on Main Street and at a depth of about 100 feet a good flow of gas was struck and the well was plugged Inducements to manufacturers such as a woolen mill broom factory tobacco factory handle factory dog wood and gum strips ifor shipment to Germany for mill shuttles etc There is no reason why thisJTcant be done through the efforts of our commercial club which has the interests of our city and community at heart and will make along and strong pull and a pull all together is sure to succeed When you want a pleasant laxative take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For solo by all druggists yu Christinas Goods r IN PROFUSION t We are row ready for tho Holiday shoppers with more than double the stockover shown in Danville in the richest and roost exclusive designs of Jewelry Watches Diamonds Cut Glass Silverware Goldfilled and Solid Gold Goods Iiunil painted China and Hundreds of other Novelties and Works of Art and merit The Beauty nod Richness of our goods could rot he better illustrated than by the repetition of n remark made by u distant customer yesterday I would come 15 miles to see tide store just for tire pleasure of seeing it Such expressions are heard every tiny and we thor onghly appreciate this spirit of goodwill and manifested gratitude in our giving Central Kentucky the greatest store in tin State Bear in mind that we Engrave Name or Initials Free of Charge upon every article wo 8ell8cen grand prizes are offered FREE to those y guessing nearest the number oi seeds in the big pumpkin ou display in our window First prize Fine Hand Engraved 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 Our U r stock for Christmas Holidays is now complete Call and usW H HIGGINS T Our business will be run on a CASH BASIS after Jan 1906 Come and see what you can save by paying Cash ae seo IIe HIGGINS KY 1 IPure Water I cnn furnish you n Filter that will make Pure Water in your cistern You had better fix up your gutter and get one of these Filters so as to get true Winter and Spring rains S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky ATTENTIONrt The place to buy Staple nod Fancy Groceries Cakes Candies Fruits Vegetables best makes i of Hardware Tinware Qucenswarc Blacksmith and Wagon MnkerslSupplies Sewer Pipe Salt Etc Complete stock best goods satisfactory prices r t irITiJIR tom George DP Hopper Stanford Ky f f The Interior Journal E C WALTON f CimiSTMAS the gayest of all thesea 1sons is almost in sight The INTEnlon JOURNAL hopes all of its readers anti fncnds will spend the good week hap pity and profitably and that they will be prepared to enter into tho new year t filled with good resolutions which they will endeavor to keep sacred Let us- I try to celebrate the birth of the Savior fittingly and do nothing if wo can help it that will bring sorrow to our loved ones and chagrin and humiliation on ourselves It is much easier to give vice than to accept it and our patrons i will pardon us for thesuggestions made In giving presents remember the poor to whose home old Santa Claus maynot go A small outlay for this unCortu nate class will cause many little hearts to fill with delight and make them tor get for tho while that poverty and adversities are theirs The rich will be abundantly remembered but thepooi only the truly good will keep in mind Tim speech of Congressman Owslev Stanley against Federal controlof insurance published in full in the Congressional Record is a very strong one and was received with applause and commendation by the democratic mem vcrs The country needs more democrats who will sturdily resist the present tendency of abolishing local self government and concentrating all power in Washington There Is absolute nothing in the administration of tho Federal government that Indicate3 that it would be more efficient than States are in regulating insurance A NEW JERSEY bank discharged a clerk who disregarded its prohibition against any of its employes marrying who received not more than 50 a month and he brought suit The court gavo judgment in his favor holding that restriction upon matrimony was void and against public morals On the same grounds another court gave judgment for the widow whose husband will provided that she should receive but little of his estate if she married again WOMEN are constantly forging to tho front in gainful occupations The last census shows that 600000 are soengag ed As a general thing they are mor reliable than men and sumo of the largest New York firms in advcrtisin for help say No man clerk need apply So satisfactorily do they do thei work that they are forcing men out all the time making as President Roosevelt says in his message one of the gravest questions of the day Miss ALICE ROOSEVELT has sentto the Georgetown Custom house her personal check for 1206 in payment for duty assessed upon the presents from various personages and potentates of the Orient received upon the occasion of her trip of last summer What a sham it is that Sweet Alice should have to pay such heavy duty on the worthies gifts she received while abroad The whole layout is not worth 500 we are clerks in Washington have succeeded in finding a Congress man fool enough to introduce a bill re ducing their working hours from eight to seven hours Why not pay these overworked creatures to do nothing and have somebody else to do their work 7 IT is not often that as many widows are made at one fell swoop as there will be when Blue Beard Hoch feels the hal ter draw at Chicago February 27 Fully 25 or 30 will be widowed by the fall of the trap A LOUISVILLE man was given 10 days in jail and fined 25 for smoking a r cigarrette In Jeffersonville Ind In Hoosicrdom cigarette smoking is a much graver offense than harboring criminals POLITICAL In the course of n debate in the Sen ate Mr Teller of Colorado took oc t casion to express his belief in the honesty of tho late Senator Mitchell of Oregon Former Gov W 0 Bradley in a letter to a Cincinnati paper denies that he is a candidate for Congress and stamps the author of the report as a designing person Leroy P rl agent of the Isthmian Canal Commission who is in Louisville canal Is built 15says if a Sea level years will be required to finish it If the 90 foot lock is adopted the work will be finished in six years Fifteen thousand men are employed on t the canal onefifth of whom are ed Americans i The following indictments for alleged- bribery in recent Republican primary election were filed by the county grand jury F D Sampson Judgeelect B E Parker Superintend ent of elect George Buchanan Jailer elect ii Green John W Hemp hill Leonard Woolum Dr P O Petry Dan Slusher The last five named are party The result of the Investigation has created furtherwith greatest tion will be and it is be ved there that other indictments will follow r r Barbourville is excited over reports of aleak from the grand jury room in connection with the investigation of alleged briberies in republican primar IesGovernorelect Pattison of Ohio has appointed as his secretary LOuis UI buck who was the democratic noml nee for lieutenant governor on the ticket with Mr Pattison- It developed that Daniel E Storms Secretary of State of Indiana was forced to place his property in tho hands of a trustee last October to make his settlement with the State Bobbitt Preaches To The Convicts At Frankfort And Makes Many Of Them Weep FHANKKOUT Dec 17I am yet at the Capital and spoke today Jo 1300 convicts in one chapel for one hour anti 1U minutes I made many a poor fellow cry and many came up and took mo by the hand and said If I had only hnd you to defend me I would now have been at home I was really sorry lor some of them and could not refrain CronI weeping with those who wept In that vast audience there was only one whom I defended Alfred Bright Your broth er W P Walton gave me a nice no- tIce in todays paper I saw big Jesse Lynn J T Roberts Eb Cooley and others who are guardsand then repaired by invitation of Bro Olliver the regular chaplain to the womens department and addressed them 25 or 30 minutes I commenced by telling them that their sex was so noted for gentleness and lovliness that I knew they could not be in there for any atrocious crimes That I would venture to say that love was the basis of all their woes and the very substrata upon which their crime and conviction rested And when I preached to them about the power and love of Him who shook open the prison doors and knocked the fetters off Paul and Silas many wept with bowed heads in silence and many wept aloud The chaplain said I divined the cause of the crimes of three ourths of them One woman an un natural mother had murdered her three hildrcn to get a man who said he would have her if it were not for herchildren I asked the chaplain why illicit lovo was so much stronger than lawful love 7 He replied by saying Why will the blind idolatrous heathen be crushed be ore the ponderous wheels of the juggernaut for his false religion that had no foundation but superstition 7 Neither of us did neither could answer I told the male convicts that there was emporal hope for them for I dont seo Sid Lewis here who murdered his father to get his farm I dont Beo Ferrell here who mnrdered and robbed Dr Sutton near Crab Orchard Certainty none of you are guilty of so black and atrocious crimes as they coin ditted Yet they are out but thei nurdered victims still sleep in thei bloody shrouds Many people here arc much displeased with the site of the new Capitol and I think the people all over the State should remonstrate against it I saW the fatal window and the blood spot where the lamented Goebel was shot and fell nearly five years ago and no man hung yet I No wonder George Holmes says there is no law I said yes George plenty of law Then he said Why dont they bringThyloram- them to just punishment 7 Because base vile governors perjure themselves Mount Durbin and Hanly all- took oaths to the constitution That constitution says Fugitives flee- Ing from justice in one State to another shall be delivered on demand of the executive authority of the State from which he fled to removed to the State having jurisdiction of the crime But those governors sympathy with theassassin wont the law George will never cast another radical vote FONTAINE Fox BOBUITT IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Anderson was killed by a falling tree on Martins branch in Bell county John Houp who lived in Mercer coun near High Bridge committed sui- cIde Ernest Webb son of J H Webb of tchelllsburg was run over and killed by a train at Latonia Jerry Quinn aged 76 years was founU under an old buggy In a vacant lot in Harrodsburg Edward Pennington aged 74 father of Dr Pennington of Hustonville is at the point of at London Chief Deputy Burnside seized the remainder of the Middlesboro Distilling mpanys plant They carry about 10000 goods A former seizure was made a week ago The Hume Cooperage at JUch- mond was sold at auction and- was bid in by Thomas S Burnam for JOOO Mr Burnam was acting for- Hiram Blow Co of Louisville The tat Js a large one having a dal Iy capacity of 1500 barrels and em 200 men Attached to the plant IS a handshop with a capacityof 300- barrels per day- Appeals L Protection Your dlgestiveorgans appeal loudly for protection when attacked by the microbes of fermented food engendered In your stomach and bowels by d pepsla blliousnesj and constipation 1lIls protection you can very easily extend to them by taking a dose or- two of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Will you do Iti Sold by G L Penny Stsnfqrd C W Adams istonvllle atSOcand 8100 Money back If It falls 1ByOf Danville Adam Wilson my first partner in thei mercantile business was one of the best men I ever knew A man oCmuch honorIlIeLincoln was treasure of Lincoln O ty Board of Internal Improvements building the turnpike road from t10 county line then near Danville to CrabI Orchard Thomas Helm clerk of county and circuit court was a good and faithful official of the public for n number of years lIe like Wilson was one of my best friends The bar at Stanford was considered an able one The man who stood at Its head was John KincaiJ one of the ablest lawyers in Kentucky at that day lIe was ono of the bondsmen in my shcrlfFa Thalus Huston Logan Huston Iont Fox John L Ballenger and others James Harlan and C M Cunningha of Harrodsburg attended Lincoln court Simeon Anderson of Garrard was al there The old merchants wero JnolBG Camden was a man of big heart Aill the Camdcns moved to St Louis Snm uel Finley had charge of Buffalo Springs church When I was a little boy Lap Icy Yantis had it for years Timothy Rout had charge and officiated at myI marriage Could mention others Is useless The firm of Wilson McI Roberts took in as a partner G Bailey Afterwards they sold out to X P T McRoberts who carried ho business for some years Here and There At Olympia Reuben Swartz stabbed William Smith fatally wounding him George Rock Paducahs wealthiest esident died there of Brights disease The safe of the postoflicc at Vine Grove was blown open and robbed of a good amount President Roosevelt has appointe oseph Bucklin Bishop as a member or the Isthmain Canal Commission Near Paducah Mrs Ella Gibson shot and killed Wm Pryor because he would not permit her to have a tree cut down on his farm Libbic Garrabrandt the Paterson N J murderess was granted a parole by the board of pardons She has been In prison 34 years- J D Harmon of Lexington was arrested in Memphis on a charge of embezzlement He is said to be short 400- in his accounts with Pythian lodge Fire destroyed the new Lackawann terminals and the ferryhouso of the entral Railroad of New Jersey In New York causing a loss of more than 500 000 No lives were lost Directors of the New York Central Lake Shore Michigan Central and Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago St ouis railroads havedecided to establisl a pension bureau for veteran employes Gov Beckham Attorney Genera lays and Insurance Commissioner rswitt have been invited to attend l iceting of State executives at Chicago ebruary 1 next to discuss the genera subject of Insuranc- eBettor Late Than Never It would of course bo hest for you to bo socarcful about what when and- hOlv you eatas never to suffer from jy dyspeptic or bowel trouble But If you do slip up and begin to suITer- the consequences of indiscretion In- diet it is bettortobegin then although late to look after your digestion At this stage of tho game tho besting to do is to take Dr Caldwolli ixatlvo Syrup Pepsin It Is a pure gestive tonic and acts on both stomach liver and bowels curing nnancntly and without bad a ftJ offects such dangerous diseases as constipation biliousness dyspepsia headache dizziness etc Try It- Sold by 01 Penny Stanford C W lams Hustonville at LOt and 3100 Mono back If It falls OUTH FOKK Our little folks as well as tho larger set are looking forward to Santas next visit which will be on Christmas day at 230 r M at South Fork schoolhouse Everybody invited to come and bring presents helping- the old fellow out Teacher J D Murrell aged iedead at Co mWL SILVER novelties at Muellers Whisky And Brandy- For Christmas nbtmdlorJ horn an AVIiUhv and of the lw t variety for rlirlit 1Vrlteorenllonusv lit my Nton on poflruilslap J HOAIITBH Stanford Ky tockholdersMeetingt Nlltlonull1ullk of Htahford will Iw li- ttblr bunking liouso tho Mvcoml Tiusdiiy In- Junllury lew for the purpose of vlvctlni IlIrcclor foryinrJOHN rn Onililcr Stockholders Meeting A inoctlni of the itockholdcra of tho Jln- rolll Oounty National Hank of Htanford will- 1111ld at their Imnklnx hoiuo tho econd- TuMlo11i January IIOlllor fie purpoito of lecttng directors year W M UiuoiiT Uathlcr SHOES and for In our vast assortment of Shoes we feel sure we ought to suitIEVERYBODY The Ultra 350 and the Brockport 3 for in the new swing lasts in Patent Leather Button and Lace are fit for a queen Our cheaper Ladies from 150 to 250 are Stylish Good The Manss and Walkover for Men are familiar to you allin ViciBox CalfAlaska Calf at 350are as good as money buys Our Patent in both and Lace are beauties at and 5 High Top Shoes in Black and Tan solid as iron at 3 350 4 and 450 ThetRocker Bootee the best of all in different styles doubled from top to toe at 5 Cheap goods and Felt Boots in abundanceI O UO JOUOOOt000n0at H J MROBERTS STANFORD I 1 v A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrtV Drug Store in the Oweloy Building INSURANCE Fire Lightning WindStorm Mfo and Accident Nonnlnltthn HTUONOKHT and llKHT 00 III nil ItvprcivnUd IowrtOot ilblo llntei lunrnnlfttl l o i Iaylngillvo onlUncquullcU Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No B- rA Special Bargain Onu liuntlrr nml Mxty new farm nliout b illicit Nortwost of llwxl twoAlor- 1fOOIll dwelling n plvndldntocklxirnionb of the lest wntemllllrlllllll Uit ni- l1Ilonroutlllllhlllll Hpltfiullil urelinnl roam In bluvttrHm never livnn 1110wII- IThe whole fnrin lay well and thtrw U no vnitv liiixl on It Flee mile from imnvlllo and In u plundld coiiiiiiunlty Thli U n lnrnlll amt tlin pine unlit tw wIll wllliln tin uextu dnyt IJni locus ran lx inttenolTot farm lomw loiiKlveiuit one Yor iwirtUiilnrjK4Iiiiiicn White or L IL unglue Htiinforil Ky Dar 1 Traylor OCALin IK Whlslil Brandu Wines Beer Etc Oarpntr Olom to DpotSTAHFOAD KY IPrompt THE COLUMBIA Greatcoat for young men is might ly well inured Big loose gnrnicnt with nil tho grace and swnggerncsa that belong in young fellows coat Tho shoulders lapels front mill all tho wear telliug ports lire handwork ed Tho outdid themselves in tho milking M tho garments but hardly did themselves justice in tho price Weve rasedour VII II tags on to you worth 81 2 It is marked 810 W E PERKINSCrab u f for Everybody Shoes every Foot Al Ladies Shoes and today Button Gluars manufacturers T1 I h t Holiday Presents I 1Wo1iUvcr and Silver CnblewnrerJino IlnmMnintcd Chiiin Cut Glnll8tEtcKtc High Quality nt Ix v lricc Come and Iw convinced a W H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler p STANFORD KENTUCKY J If j Holiday Goods SANTA GLAUS Wngon has overturned and the entire load is now on display at PENNYS DRUG STORE Tho loud include seine bountiful things fcuilnblu for Holiday Gifts nnd you arc cordially invited to make n visit for inspection DEEEJOQEH3 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky I FOR SALE Kurmof tHnvri good liluu gnu sad to- ltccoluudhusd acres of hemp on It thU nineyearrrOIllIlIl of room kitchen hock porch and cistern near kitchen lIuIII w luirii42xUfept Nor ternla Ullpl to J IIMclIAUHUK IluutonvlllB Ky Ju Stockholder Meeting itttheirKstdlreotorsJ W loeKIIHOuhltrI 4I L r to New Plaid Silks ti j jti Wo mvojuttrcccivcil n new lino of vory swell plaid silks fur wnUte Something not shown in this market before Ono ciiL Tqa pattern of each klnd75c 81 and 8135 per yard I r r STANFORD KY lro 2 1005 1 INSPECT tlio fine of Christmas Good at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS W S Ranch Is improving C0I T P HlU Is considerably Im proved EH BBAZLKYs condition remain unchanged FRED COOK ts at homo front Harri man Tenn MR AND MRS JAMBS GIHONKV or Danville were hero Tuesday t MIKH ILA HOIDAM of Crab Orchard Is with Mrs John II Shanks MRS It D CARTER and son Carl aro visiting relatives in Boyle ATTORNEY I H HUGHES was In Ixulsvlllo yesterday on business R H COY Is assisting In Dr W I N Craigs during the busy season MRS W IL DIIUON of London Is with her sister Mrs Joseph Coffey Alas J II YKAOKR of Kansas City is with her mother Mrs Woodfo Hale Miss KATE PENCE left this morning to visit Miss Allcno Curren of Cincinnati A MRS HOBKRT IANIIAIIor Casey was the guest or Lan ham MiBsJKNNiu LYNN is the guest ot Iherslater Mm W Logan Wood In l M O WINFREY of Middles boro was on Wednesdays train bound for Louisville Miss SUE PAWIJNO of Greenville- has been the guest of her relative Mr W P Grimes MRS I C SMITH and Miss Annie lIronaugh nf Crab Orchard were hen t shopping yesterday MR F M WARS of McKinney will entertain a number of his friends at a oclock dinner Monday MRS J H BROWN and daughter 1G Dora Brown of Casey wen Ul at Col Lanhams MRS L M WESTIRKIEU and children of Livingston arc at Mr M D 1 Elmoroa for Ida8 T K WATSON of Lexington passel Wednesday to Xmas with the homcfolks at Orchard Mn J L MINKS of Wayne county has rented and moved to the J Wesley Eubnnks farm near Hubble HILLY WADSWORTH schoolmate am friend of John Owslcy Reid spent sev era days with him this week HUBERT CARPENTER who has beer school at Lexington is will t the homefolks for the holidays BORN to tho wlfo of Mr C AL 1cn nybarkcr of Somerset a girl The mother was Miss Katie Mershon Miss NELLIE MURPHY will probably visit her sister Miss Whltlyo i at Staunton Vn during the holidays Mil ANn MRS 12 T CARTER nm baby of Evansville Ind are hero to spend tho holidays with their parents MRS Jour STEELI CARPENTER if critically Ill at Joseph Price Infirmarj and her doctor thinks she cant hvt lone MRS GARNBTT and daughter Miss Mary Garnctt of Cavo Cify ar rivo tomorrow to spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs J S MBSDAMIM W K SIIUOARS of Bred- illsncnd of Middlosltoro tho hoI with Miss Flor enco Tanner at McKinney Miss DENIIAM who is attending col o at Loretto como up yesterday to spend tho holidays with Mr and Mrs W It Denham Mils E P OWSIKV and Miss Mattii Hays Owslcy arrived from Columbus Ga Wednesday toapcnd the holidays with Mrs Conner and Pearl Burn aido Mn S D EADS has rented the J S Hockerfl farm in tho West End and moved to It Mr Arthur Rarnott and wife now tho cottage on tho Dnnvillo plko they vacated MR AND Mns E A Kotchenliach of tho Mt Salem section took Tuesdays train for Uutavllle where they t e the winter They will likely goto Montana in the Spring with n view Dit locating P W LOGAN wife and Miss 1to LoRan arrived from Martinsville yesterday to visit tho family of S Mrs J Mrs Logan Is 1 greatly troubled is to walk at Mn D MACK PHELIS has bought tho farm of 200 acres four miles from Richmond for 10000 and will re much to theto Madison countyti turn many friends ho has short sojourn in Lin coin LOCALS FINE assortment of fancy and mixed candles G Dllupper- SEE our lino of fresh fruits and nuts for Christmas G D Hopper r assortment on our 6 and- 10ccountcr SEE the new L M Bum yCo C SEE Wll Muellers big selection of jewel fioxea brushes combs mirrors 4 4 etc n LOOK nt Higgtna fruit window COME and see my line of cook stoves T D Newland OVSTKUS celery cranberries Satur day George 11 Farris ill tutlEUI line of pocket knives just received P G Warner Sop BRING your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best ser vice r JUST received n now lino of fancy side and buck combs at L M gluey S Cos I HAVE received consignment of tho genuine Virginia saddles J C Mc Clary T B CULTON oICrab Orchard has sold three bird dogs in tho lost few weeks at 20 to 00 To FARMERS Please return our sacks or call and sottlo for them J II liaughman Co WILL run two agotoday and tomorrow Phone your orders for prompt delivery W H Higglns A CU AK suit skirt furs bought at our December clean up sale means a saving Severance Son Tin christmas andentertain ment at tho Christian church last night was very enjoyable especially to the little ones WHEN It comes to lidaygifts a selection of high class jewelry in rich de signs is found at Muellers in abundance and at right prices NICE lino of teary pictures wagons sleds carts rocking horses tricycles velocipedes and handcars nil for Xmas trade Tribble Pence IN order to close our stock of ladies jackets nnd misses cloaks by JanI wo have made n 2A per cent reduction in prices W E Perkins Crab Orchard TllEHH will bo a box supper at thoI court room Tuesday night Dec 26 for tho benefit of the Christian church Ev erybody invited to come and help in n good cause writes Mrs Curtis Cover of Crati Orchard n splendid worker in that church DEPOT HoniiKi cash drawer in the C N 0 T P ticket oflico at the Junction City depot was broken open about oclock Tuesday momingj nnd 7950 secured by the entrance was gained by prizing open the door that lends from tho ticket once to the mens waiting room A small yel J S Rice Tuesday noon MAUKStiUKV After lingering many weeks U A U Mnrksbury one of tho most prominent mon in Lancaster died Tuesday For 25 years ho conducted aII hemp and wheat business buying all the adjoining counties Ho is sur vived by his widow and several grown children among whom are Mrs How ard Rice of Louisville Mrs Louis Lan dram of Lancaster and Mrs Dr Stnughton of Covington Mr Marks bury was a good man nnd he will be sadly missed in Gnrrard county The burial occurred in Lancaster Cemetery Thursday after services at tho Chris tian church conducted by Rovs F M Tinder and C S Ellis THE present fiscal court held its last sitting this week when tho balance due hose who had furnished rock and gray el for tho plkos was allowed A fran hiso for a traction or interurban line to- run through this county was ordered to bo sold next county court day Jan 8th It was nt Mr James I Whites olumn Several members of the court undo short talks including County At orney Helm who spoke nt length on tho good feeling existing between tho members and the work dono by them The court is entitled to no little praise lor tho good service it has rendered luring tho past four years Tho affairs of tho county have been carefully and udiciously managed and tho retiring members can feel that they have nc cptably served their constituency Tho present court is composed of tho allowing gentlemen Judge James P Bailey Hnrvey Helm Magistrates W D Wallln C L Hensley J A Dudderar F R r Dud dernr is only hold over In the lot SILK LINED KID GLOVES t For Ladies and Gentlemen These nro something new are serviceable and comfortable The kid weara well and the silk J lining makes them warm Como let ua tdiovv you Tho prices arc 8125 gild 160riim SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY madcduVinghis purIchascd allnjn STANFORD souvenir spoons at Muol lerB CARRIAGE heaters robes horse blankets etc J C McClary FULL line of useful and ornamental Xmas gifts Tribblo Pence FOR best oranges bananas gropes fruits etc go to Ceo H Ferris DROWN Leghorn roosters thoroughbred for sale Mrs W F Dishon Stanford Fon SALE Second handed Radian Homo heating stove In good order E C Walton FOR candles fruits nuts and other good things for Christmas call at P G Warner Sons FOR SALE Jersey cow with youn calf strictly firstclass W D McKinney Stanford Ky COME nnd get your Lowneys and Wescotts chocolate for the least mon eyat G toppers WANTED To buy or lease n desira blo lot in Stanford to build n broom fac tory on Address S P Gray Stanford Ky FOR SALE OR RENTDr J K Van Andalos residence Possession givei at onco Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky TilE enterprising of Cummins d McClary are giving their customers the prettiest Christmas card wo havo seen for along time SEND in your order for Christmas Coal Flour Etc today nnd tomor row Wo will be closed down Monday J H Doughmnn Co WANTED Bright honest young man from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Mall Service Box One Cedar Rapids la EXCHANGE OR SALl8aacro goo Improved farm in Mercer county for n farm near Hustonvillc W T Ewing real estate agency Harrodsburg Ky Fort SALE CHEAP thoone who applies quickly almost new rubber tire buggy and organ with plain Walnu case but a splendid instrument Apply at this olllce EDITOR BAKEJI the Somerset Mountaineer and Miss Lelia Carter formerly of the Moreland section but now of Somerset were married at Som crset yesterday 4 W 0 SrEEu got part of the big pur chase of brandy mado by George D Weathcrford of Hustonville of a Rus sellcounty distiller and those who have tasted it say it is fine Gov BBCKHAM appointed lion J S Owsley Jr Special Judge Wednesday of the Knox circuit court to sit in n civilcase in which the regular judgi was barred from sitting The govern last week appointed Mr Owsloy to sit in a murder case in the Oldham district but ho had to decline Tie practice mewdfclno the country should be divided as it is In all cit ies Into surgery and medicine This will give tho physician that branch of medicine he is most proficient in and at tho same time give the people better service I have gradually year alter year as my practice Increased and I be came moro interested in medical discuss given UP surgery and female discus es I shall therefore in the future limit to medical diseases and midwife cases and not do surgery or exeeppIonI have formerly done L B Cook Tilt Christmas Recite by Miss Ellen Ballous music class at the Graded Wednesday evening was heartily but poorly attended on account of which fell in torrents Allof those who took part did well but the vooal solo of Prof Ireland and tho whistling solo of Miss Berta Jean Penny were so good that they were culled VirginiaUournewhich were loudly Miss LeGrando readingTho Lin fields Christmas Dinner was most creditable as was the recitation of Miss Annio Lewis Gentry The others who took part in tho splendid entertain MarySheppardAlbert Katherine Mc MahonyMnryCrow Vanhook Miss Ballou had splendidlassmid her by those who saw and heard her pupils play t Ji I MR JAMES C FLORENCE The many friends of our clever and efficient postmaster Mr James C Florence will bo glad to know thai Postmaster General Cortelyou has de for reappoint ment as postmaster at this place Th decision suits us to a t CALL and see our line of Xmas presents Tribble Pence yesterdaylorTuesday Jan 2nd Tim round rate to Louisville is 435 beginning today and until day continuingI IN order that wo may enjoya little Christmas we will skip ono issue next week moro likely TuesdayI IF it is your tenthonto pay fat your INTERmIt JOURNAL before old year is gone you had better get a move on yourself SARA daughter Mr and Mrs Thomas Hurley of Lebanon June tion died of pneumonia The remain were taken to yesterday fat interment In thv District Court iiftlio United stnto For the Knitvrn District of Kentucky III the nmttur of HII Hlmpson- Htiinforil Ky Dec II 106 A meeting IIf the of the 11000 nninril who lint glen mljuilRtMl ItimUrupt will held lit till olllco of tho Ittfvrce ut Hln nfunl Ky on therlttl of tecvm l er nla truitiv for Il- islnteorhudtlkutkruptundt for the trims lie I of other ImnlneM II may eotie IK torn the meeting Comply with section 87ol the llnnkrupt tot coucrrnliiK proof al clnlinn otherwise your cliilm cnn not Iw nl liiwett JN HAIIMIKKH Iteferoo In Hunk ruptey Sale of Franch ise For Traction Railway Jan 8 1906 HiMtliillVrni IJiicolnruiinty FUcolOour hrlil mc IS Hun JIIIIIOH l illllel- Judgelttsldlagwithth following Juot- sus of thw Pence town D Will II AIludderurMItCumptuuCfIiii Icy Thin ilny Jiunon I Whlto CIIIIM Into cour mid npplttHl for n franchise permlttliiK tin coiihtmctlonof n Trnrtlun or line of rnilwny over the turnpike romU of Lincoln county the court Ixlng addled unon loll 0 W D WiiltlnKniuMComl iu byl HenKlcy It h orilereil mid ml Judged t y tIIe court that a frnnelilw for tin par poop heretofore Miitnl iiniiileil soul on tlir niiciiitir it Htnnfonl turnplki roiultroiu the Onrniril und Lincoln line to tilt rnriKinitu HmltMOf the Htanfon and nlMion tin HlnnfonlDIx lUvrarrnnCounty A Whlto Oak turnpike road to tin corporate limits of tin town of tow In ml iilsoon tin Htiintord rriib Urrlniril turn plktr rand oil Unit portion of tin raid Ik the towuo of InwlRIIlI nlll Htunfuni iiUoon tin1 HtunforiK llusionvllletuniplk rood from the cor ornU limit of tin city 01 Htnnfonl lo tin coritoriite limits of tin tows of ilintonvllle tiUo on tin Hiistonvnlu tllrnilfonljvllle turnplki road from tin cor leItiu0wiiirt Cunllnhr8lrk turnpike rood froii tar corporate limit of town of llunton vlllt to tin Oiisev county hut nlro over tau- TurtersIIIMeKlnneyR Mt Hiilrm turn pike rand anil the Iliutouvlllo t Corfuy1 Mill turnplki road from Mt Stili m to the Onsoy rounty lino over till Btniifonl A llullHdiip turnliikurund front the corporate limits of lo tint armor tvrmlmuof Iasi rat tthenceorrtlieIIigh InnilA turnpike month to the rlulitofwiiy of tliKnincliiinttlXow AlVxin INnIIU Hiillronil at Vaynelmrn iilnu over tin taunts maul nt or near Iteulx n IurtIstoflueiiimt k1cooatvIlnentorear KulmnkK Tin friinrlilsi hercliy granted NIIIIIIoohlllM an entirety or whole at pule court hotsO door In the of Htnnfonl Ky tot ciish to the high IIIhrll11Ih 0111Icoln ronnlvi pnee Intf the tlllhot sale of mild fraiichUe and by printed nolle posted nt the courthoiue door by tin Irk of the Uncotn county court Hn id inle to imidi nt tIlt vitnliir Juutuiry term IKO of tin rincoin county court th xthihiy of Jminary UOli ntl oclock r ti tnlidnixl linn It In ozprviKly tinili ritiHNl tint tilt purchawr or of l liU franchise shall lwgil work IlIIrdrM within lMHOithsfrom tar dub of Mile null Iroscultuuu with diligence III cood faith to tin completion of the work and to complete inline wlthlu I yearn from tutu of stile son the fnlluro of tin pur rlm or or purcimVur of sold friuiclilxe to complete sold road an lose ktnttd nolil flllllhill to beeomn null iintl void bet U furthermore expressed and muU ritoo l Hurt If the piirchnserorpiirchiiier of lilt frnn iipttOiil consiriietlon tlf line of ra0lnnd hire wimo In oxra MIItelIlltO1of rond on any or till of tho routes herein ilealKtintcd shall not olwntto ai u forfeiture of a frniiPhlMi over till lines or routes on which a hut of road had torn cotutructeil Hald wilt fihnll Iw tmidu Itluclerk of thU court who U directed to report hU action to tin next term of this court BOooiKU clerk Lincoln County Kltcnl Court ByK rennlngton IM Fine Linen Covers Scarfs t These will appeal to the lovers of fine hand tlrnwn linen goods Table corers at 8175 8250 U and SlGO Dress scarfs at dl75 to 84 Tho work is done by Japanese artists and it is well done t I Gift Certificates a help you sensibly to decide what to give You buy the beautifullyengraved Certificate and present it as a gift The person receiving it nay come in at her convenience be fitted with just the style and size which best suits her and exchange the Certificate see below for the shoes What can give a woman more genuine pleasure than perfectly fitted stylish boots And what can be more stylish than theshoc that sets the style npcn Oualitv boots come in all leithcnor dress for street for skating for all other services Let your choice be a sensible one Queen Quality Gift Certificates 350 A 300 Cummins lMcC- laryIkTCOST We will sell our entire stock of Japanese ware consisting of a splendid assortment of Chocolate Sets Cups and Saucers Cream and Sugar Sets Vases Dinner Sets Puffs Boxes Hair Re ceivers Punch Bowls and Numerous other articles suitable for Christmas Presents ex actly AT COST on Friday And Saturday Also our large Stock of Furs consisting of the Newest Styles and Best Qualities at prices ranging from 225 to 20 Buy now and save money as our stock at these prices will not last long L M HUBY CO lR Dry Goods and Notions f Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky jhe Interior Journal Entered in the PostOffice at SlMford at ucond class matter- 3VHLIMIIED TUKSUAVS AND riUUVYB AT Soo PER YEAR CASH pWhen not paid IJOO will be charged E DPeyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J He IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealer In Goal B De CARTER Successor to Bruce Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable STANFOHD KY MenlYourhandled on commission Stock Pens In Connection CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY phrleameatatnonal ngnetlan the true type or perfect manhood To attain thu the ant rojuultd red bttlthr pidcNereaOureau Protrallon SUcplftaanca other trouble Jua to OTerworkHiioklnicdrui babltt and othereaua Hake rich healthy blood and repair wuted nerrca for vomen Iinoklet treeIuallrJtOO 81x for Soo postpaid with aQnarantee to refund If not cured or heneilted PCrrCR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO A Tot SALE AT PENNT8 DBOQ STOnE JeL Beazley 8 Co Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers iu Fur niture MattiugaRuga They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY s e eeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HnnieesSaddlery o STANFORD KENTUCKY OQIco Phono 107 nome lhono 85 A FOOLISH PLAN TIs a Joy to lIItt welcome m dinner hour fiecauie I rout indigestion with August Ilowerl indigestionbiliousness celfVpolsoaing anemia emaciation uric neuralgia in various of the system catarrhal inflammation of the in canal and numerous other aU theydoi Itn bound in the bowels is a corn mon of who look mis persistinWhat a foolish plan when nature could lie aided the use of Greens August Flower which is natures own remedy for constipation and all stomach ills August gives new life to the liver and insures healthy toolsaTwo 4es 250 and 750 All druggist For Sale at Pennys Drug Store FARMERS DEPARTMENT Mrs Sara E Winns farm of 12 acres near Mt Sterling sold at 95 W C Floyd of the West End sold to Atlanta parties 20 aged mules at 150 FOR SALEFive twoyearold mules ready for market J F RigneySon Stanford J K Baughman of Hustonville bought a car load of brood mares at the Lexington sales Fon SALE21 cotton mules two yearold past ready for market E r Pence Stanford H G Lutes bought a bunch of heifers in Danville at 21c and sold 0 P Huffman some buther stuff at 3c For sale at a bargain CO acres of land with small house in suburbs of Hus tonville Ky Mrs F B Barnett At the S P Whitt sale Tuesday the farm of 17J acres located in the East End was bought by Abel Bryant for 1000A between one and two years old cstray 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 J B Foster representing E F Spears Son of Paris bought of J D Eads 48 acres of hemp ofJ W Baugh man 25 acres of William McCormack 20 acres and of Sam G Castello 21 acres at 4Jc per 100 pounds Fon SALE Improved Duroc Jersey red shoats 20 from 60 to 90 pounds subject to register Price 10 per sin gle pig 15 per pair or 20 for three ordered at ono time Order at once and get the best R II Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky N K Tunis sold to Dr S 0 Eads of Danville Ill the A E Hundley farm situated on the Harrodsburg pike and containing 387 acres for 48375 The farm formerly contained 500 acres but a few weeks ago Mr Hundley sold 113 acres for 13000 The place is known as the Headley farm and is one of the finest farms in the StateAd- vocate FOR SALEAbout 41 acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky on 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 nt Henderson Ky and has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at a bargain For price etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford KySA PARENTS BEST GIFT TO A SON Is a business course shorthand type writing or telegraphy at Wilbur R Smiths business college Lexington Ky This famous college has educated thousands of successful young men located all over America among whom are marchants bankers officials and others in this vicinity A course at this college prepares one at the least to manage or his own business or to get a position For write to Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky The Key that Unlocks tho Door to LongLIving1 The 83 and 00 years of ago are not the rotound woll fed but thin spare men who live on a slender diet Be as careful as ho will however a man past middle ago will occasionally eat too much or of some article of food not suited to his constitution and will need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to oloanso and invigorate his stomach and reguluto his liver and bowels When this Is doco there Is no reason why the average man should not live to old ago For sale by all druggists OBrien knocked out Robert Fitzsim mons in the 13th round at San Francisco = T Sheriffs Sale for Taxes On Monday Jan 81906 Being tho 1st day of tho January term of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of 0 oclock A M and 4 oclock p M In front of tho courthouse door In Stanford Ky soil at ubllo outcry to tine highest and best bidder for cash In hand tho following lists or so much as will pay taxes cost and penalty As fast as payments are made Urn names will disappear The amount set opposite each name includes 0 per cent penalty and cqsl ot advertising M S UAUOIIMANSherllT STANFORD11IILTE Batnett W C town lot 4 CO Brady J D 20 acres 5 Jrawner C F450 acres lt Jrummett Miss JJgttlo4 acres 4 85 Palmes Mrs B A Nacres 21 10 lolllnsi Kitty 2 acres 3 Ol- tlanlgan Mary lot 3 00 Soode Mrs Kate lot 3 45 llar son W P 69 acres 28 47 lazelett John 10 acres 3 75 lastleu Mrs S heirs 14 acres 2 30 Iaelctt Vm 25 acres i 85 lazektt Jack 18 acres 4 15 lelmor Win KR 34 acres 0 75 lunn Dr Geo heirs 103 acres 20 00 Jennings T J 38 acres 7 25 Martin T D Jr lot 5 90 Martin Mrs Dora lot 2 75 McElroy F F 100 acres 8 35 Merthon Mrs A E lot 13 40 s 50RecdRussell F L 1 nere ltScarOURh John tI acres a 70 Tfpton J N acres 5 tw OaKs Mrs Mary lot 4 40 Boone J M 60 acres 8 80 STANPORlJCOJQI Anderson Miller lot I 85 Anderson Dave 3 acreS 4 05 Bright Henry 5 acres 5 Crow Elizabeth 1 acre 2 2j Grow Johnson lot 2 W Dawson Sam aero 4 05 Crow Ann 22 acres 2 45 Knjilemun Harry 39 acres 12 00 Givens Anderson hrs 1 aero t 85 Givens Kato 10 acres 2 4I Harris Martha lot B 30I Hays Will 1 acre lUdtflnB Squire acre 2 45 Hill Wyatt 1 aero 3 70 Rocker Anderson lot Jackmun 1i Suml aera 5 OS Lackey Walter at Meilicraon hrs 11 acres 1 2 55 McMullln Joe L 2 acres 385 Morrison Wm 0 acres 3 DI Rout Sam 4 acres 5 Rout Dick 7 acres 751 Rout Sam and Rick i acres 2 10 Simpson Chns 3 ac sf 4 35 Simpson Mill 1 acre 2 Stewart Annlo 2 acres 2 40 Stewart Ilarvo 1016 50 VanArsdale Dar 4 acres 4 ro Wallace Tilda hrs lot 3 40 Walking Henry acre 3 8j- WllhoU Celia hrs 20 f jij Yeakey John aero 4 30 CltA1J OItOlIARth1v1IIT1 Adams IllS 70 acres 3 00 Adrms fc Johnson ICO acres i ai Anderson Chas and Dave J4 j a 2 ro Babbitt F F 52J acres 10 20 lioltcn Ole 8 acres 4 80 Drown Mary 39 acres 345 Duchanan W K 229 acres 41 50 Carpenter Sam N R 75 acres 10 2j Cooper Mrs J S It 151 acres 27 00 Daujjhcrty Win 45 acres I 05 Ddufrherty Dan 70 acres 4 2j Delaney Mrs Kate 50 acres So Delaney W S 12o acres I 15 Delaney J U 2o acres J 85 Denny A J 20 acres 4 3o Edwards T II 4oo acres HI no Estes Joe 2 acres 0 15 Gooch Mrs Matilda 32 aurcos 2 Oo Grlllln D C lou acres 6 oo Haggard Hrs 80 acres 2 8o Hays Mrs Mary 107 acres J lo Hinds G Addison 12 acres t 85 Holmes Mrs MO lot 2 75 Holmes D V 103 acrej m 25- Iloward1I II 128i autos 13 05 Hutchison J M loo acres 11 3o Jackson Wm lot acres I Oo James Alford 4 acres I 55 Jcowetzsky AupX R llo acres 5 45 Lawcrin Sam 80 acres j 16 Leasure Joe Sr Io5 acres S 8o Lafever John 165 acres 0 45 Lewis 0 P N R loo acres 3 Oo McDonald J J 400 acres 6 77 Parrish Goo 03 acres 4 55 Petroy Geo 28 acres 2 05 Iligsby D J 35 aoiU oo Rogers J P 2 acres 2 Do Shupe Jask 01 acros 6 iSingleton W J 2oo acres 455 Singleton Hrs 4o acres 2 4o Smith Mrs Ammonia Ito acres i 2J Smith Frank 3o acres 2 3o Sprinkles G W 4o acres 4oo Stephens John lo acres 3 85 Stephenson 0 L 82 acres j 85 StrInger Tom 3 acres 5 oo Stringer Arnold lob acros G 25 Thompson Chas 5 acres 3 IJj Turner llios 2 acros s 8j Wardlow W N R 4 acres 2 3o weaver W II N It 60 acres 2 Dii weaver D M N It 60 acres 5 oo wren Stoplion Co norosI oS Abraham w II hrs 229 acres 4u 16 CRAY OKCllAUDCOIvOiB Anderson John 1 aero 6 oo Lackey Iko 0 acros 4 oo Perkins Hob t auto 2 76 Smith J II N R 21 acres 2 So Sutton Win 6 autos 3 Jo Villiuins Wlldo 2 auros S no Cruse Ijmma 2 acres 2 25 wAYvKsnuua AVIIITK Aetna J M NH iooacrcs 3 90 3astin A A 150 acres S It laugh Isaac 4 acres 5 So Jaugli Silas A 30 acres J rX Drown M S NH 102 acres 7 70 Bird Josjph 50 acres 5 00 arrolllon J M 206 acres 7 30 Chambers Jas 14 acres 5 15 Crisler J A 97 aires 3 15 Christopher D V 62 acres 4 8o Cook W R N R 35acres 3 45 Cook Ohio jo acres 7 50 fuller Ir N U 85 acres 0 85 Crooms W R N R 160 acres 3 55 Davis George 160 acres 3 Dewitt T II N R 220 acres 1155 Doolin S H 2 acres 2 SO Eastman Robert N R 67 acres J 2e LubanksMrsAE Leach hrs qo a 2 95 Falconer E l N Jl 90 acres 4 85 foley II L 10 acres 4 rG ragaley U L 37j1 acres Ii IS Falk George N H 119 acids 4 35 Floyd K 18 acres 4 35 Gilliland A 12 acres 3 eo Green H L 25 acres 4 oS Gosley Mrs Sarah 40 acres 2 66 Gibson W D 25 acres 5 00 joodpaster Mrs Maggie 48 acres 4 IS Hamm Milton 100 acres 3 90 Harris J W N R 57 acres 4 35 Hart John N R 47 acres 22 35 loup J W ft acre 3 8o louion J W I75acies 8 25 Iiitchinson B D 30 acres 4 S5 Harris W II 49 acres 3 45 i t J f Hillock A T So acres 2 95 Horton G 1V 8 acres 7 00 tloup Thomas acre 4 o5 Hughes J H 17 acres 3 2S Hunn hrs too acres 2 73 Hutchinson J W 26 acres 4 8S Jordon Sturgeon tOO acres C So Leach Mrs Matlie 25 acres 2 50 Leach M 20 acres 4 35 Lee W U N R 25 acres 3 90 Long H G N R 96 acres 6 50 Lytton Morris N R 40 acres 4 85 McKee W 11 180 acres 5 8o 25tMcKenzie 192 acres 7 40 jSIMcMullen filbert 10 acres 3 go 05I351Morgan 301SlulliasPadgett W II hrs 25 acres 5 75 Patkhill Dr N R 12 acres 3 15 8sI7I100 acres 4 Bright Mrs Catharine 15 acres 2 io Rlley Mrs U F N It 46 acres 9 70 Robinson Wm 13 acres 3 go GoISimms JJltT 25 acres 3 95 Simms Hayden rah acres 3 g3 Skidmore Dan 36 acres 4 8S Smith Frank 49 acres 3 75 Smith James Sr 60 acres 4 So Smith Mrs Hrna 200 acre 4 85 Stringer A N R Go acres j 9o Trisler Wm N R 60 acre 6 oo Trowbridge D L 35 acres 5 8t Vaught Mltfred 10 acre 8 55 Ware W 13 60 acres 3 48 Watren C E N 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lot 41- Irnves Scott lot 180 Ireeu Lucy aero 2 50 loocli Cam acres 3 iO larris Andy 2 acres 05 locker Harrison N It li acre 3 00 locker Green acres 55 Jones Anderson N H aero 2 35 IcOorniack Sam N It 1 aero 2 60 IcPormack George Sr acres 5 30 JcKlonor Oicar lot 41- iloreland Robert eve acres S 10 Dwells Willis 2 acres 3 60 Patton Newman I acre t ss Powell Kittus 1 acre 6 30 Ross Henry N R lot 2 75 Smith Paralce hrs lot 2 95 Steele Charles 1 acre 6 25 Stokes Tom 4 acres 3 50 Trice Mitchell 1 nero 4 05 Wilkinson Clay 1 acre 4 55 Williams Henry N R lot 3 65 M S BAUGHMAN Sheriff n 1 1 d N4 BARGAINS 1 I A few Bargains that will bo of interest to you when you conio to my store peas Overcoats SflfiO nml up Boys Overcoats 250and up Melts Suits 84 and up Youths Suits 8JJ50 and up Boys nud Childrens Suits 81 cull up hens 8 3 Corduroy Imits cut to 8225 tens 8250 Corduroy Pant cut to 82 Mens 82 Corduroy Pants cut to 8150 Mens 8150 Corduroyn Pants cut to 8125 two pair Corduroy 1lice Punts for DOc Mens Duck Working Coats 81 Ued Comforts 7lic nUll up WeImva just received a largo shipment of Silk Mufflers anti Neckwear A complete line of Shoes and Dry Goods Our motto is To Sell the Best Goods for tilt Least Money Conic see and l o cIJ1IincellI I SAMROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KYt LfrDIAMON1EDGE LS Arc the favorite tools of goodwork men Theft all around goodness has made them to and all who ever used them sweat by them You cant use any other kind ii you want to do the be l work cntsm turciiETS OIHtt tS SAWS sitsAZj1LCS o GeORGE FARRIS e Stanford Kentucky Prepare For xmas I COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cannel East Tcnnasco Jclliro IJ G Jcllico Mountain Ah Jcllico Uurron Fork FEINWlioat Straw Millet liny Millet Straw Timothy lay pixel Hay Corn Oats Ilrmi Shipsttiif HigJ Mixed Barley 1JKST COW FKEI ON TUB MARKET Uigl Mixed Kml Ground Corn Oats limn nml Barley for Tflc per sack till XlnnpPo have a CruacruIIIICllgriutnnthlnginthofcllliucious your order before the rush A Merry Xmas with your bin full of Coal and Feel Wich you a terry Xm1JiIGENTRY 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 WIB McRoberts DRUGGIST UNRIVALED DISPLAY J t I of Mechanical and Musical Toys Toy Books Dolls Doll Furniture Etc a- tWILL r N CRAIGS 1 Druggist and Optician I PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ClMim awl bnuiirm Uu hair Trommel d tuiurl nt road Werrr Tall to Ilrttori Oroy hair to Ua YoutbfnlVeiny Guru N1ont m at IJroJItt For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situated Just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser rants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuilding Water hydrant lathe yard and one for stock J Pt BAILEY 1 STANFORD 1 EXTENSION I l In order to make room for coming goods we will enlarge our store at once but wo wont to move Komo of our goods quick anti will give some good bargains LatCBtetylo in rugs carpets unit furniture Cull and see us Livery Millinery and undertak ing Pruitt BrothersMoreland JeT o