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G THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i y 4H0VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 29 1905 Iuwere married In William Thompson and Miss Ida Drown wero married at Bryant Browns yesterdayJohn and Mia Susie Owens secured license here Wednesday to mar prry in Boyle Luther Garner and Miss Dora Gar ner of tho East End were married nt Danville Wednesday JY David Shannon aged 18 and Miss Gertie Chambers 1C both of Boyle wero married in Danville Miss Fannies Doty daughter of Coun ty Clerk J A Doty and J B Jennings son of Mr and Mrs 11 C Jennings of Lancaster will bo married Jun 3 iiit A double wedding look place at tho residence of Squire Bourne of Garrard when his daughter Miss Aggie was married to Morgan Sutton and his ulster bliss Aggie was married to J T lloltwlaw a widower of Preachers vlllo A very quiet home welding with none but n very tow friends and rot ntlvesbf Uio contracting parties present ill was that o Mr Joscph Ireland and- Mluilwth Grinstead which was sol emnized last evening at eight oclock nt the residence of tho brides parents veryIpotted plants ferns and cut flowers and tho color scheme of green und white was carries out in the decorations There wero no attendants it being the wish of the bride and groom Tho ceremony was performed by Rev II C Kcndrlck of Hngcratown Mary land and was followed by an elegant bulfct luncheon in honor of the guests and Mr and Mrs Ireland Miss Edith Moore presided at the organ and played IrfOhonjcrlns march Mr and Mrs Ire land left this morning for Cincinnati will of their honeywhere they prase part moon They will return to Lexington Tuesday whore n reception will bo tend crcjii them by Mr and Mrs Phillip Grliutead Those who attended from r n distance wore Mlftsea Anna and Ella Brumfleld Mrs Ed Thompson Mrs Ella Bartlett Mr and Mrs James Glszcbrook nail Wm Glazebrook all of Louisville Advocate ProC Ireland is superintendent of the Stanford Graded School a splendid instructor and an excellent gentleman Give your boycoto become n successful honored and wealthy man by attending tho Commercial College of Kentucky University Lexington Its course is practical and cheap Near ly 500 young men attend this college annually from 20 States Illness shorthand and telegraphy s 65 has paid for lOani for many who are now receiving 100 month salary before attending only Vor large catalogue free address Wilbur It Smith Lexington Ky Torture of a Preacher I Tile story of the torture of liar O D Moore pastoruftltollnptlstchutch ofllarpoMvilte N Y will Internet you Ho says I sufferwl agonies Ix cause of a persistent cough resulting from hgrIp I had to slop fllttlnff up In Intl triad ninny ramedlus without relief until Itoote Dr Kings Torn DitKovery for Consumption CniiKlw sad holds which entirely oared my eoutfh and saved mo from tI consumption A juand euro for dis eased conditions of Throat und Lungs At O L IVnov Stanford Lynullros Crab Orchard price ljk und elm inmrantutxl Trial bottle free 1 stood on tho bridge close of day Attired in football clothes The bridge Id further say To the halfbacks nose The Childrens Delight AVlum you consider tho terrible times you used to hMO In childhood under tho IntlUtlon of castor oil salts and senna brimstone and treacle and other horrors you can perhaps np preciate tho childrens delight with medicine for Impuresu jh a pleasant i blood stomach or bowel troubles us Dr Caldwell laxative Syrup Pepsin Besides being pleasant to- taktlit Is unequalled by any other medicine In tho wide rnngo of Its ouratlvu powers for nearly all child rens diseases Sold by G L Penny Stanford O W Adams llustonvlllo itt 60c and ei00 Money hack if It falls Look Santa Claus has lost his whiskers Yes dear he has just been through the insurance district Must He Quick Pains In the stomach and attacks of the colic como on HO suddenly and are so extremely 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 anti Dlarrhoo Remedy Is at land No doctor can prescribe n hotter medicine For Halo by all druggists L POLITICAL recepUotoJudge J L Manring was elected city Judge of Mlddlesboro Thomas Griffin has been appointed postmaster at Baldock Casey county Ephram Rays member of the Leg islature session of 1000 dropped dead atSomersetSenator will Introduce a bill to provide n Southern port of entry for Immigrants- It is reported nt Indianapolis that Gov Hanly is about to issue n call for an extra session of the Indiana General Charles B Ecton of the MontgomcryClark Bourbon district has declared for Judge Payntcr for U S Senator Representative Russell of Todd county announces In signed statement that ho will support Judge Payntcr for Unites States Senator Gen ChnfTco was tendered by Mayor McClellan the appointment of Police Commissioner of New York lie de clined the proffers honor Preliminary stops has been taken nt Frankfort toward the formation of new county from the counties of Ohio Krcckenridgu and Grayson Gut Hnnly of Indiana has asked for the resignation of Secretary of State Daniel E Storms ono of his closest i cr8onal and political friends The request was made after the re port of an Investigating committee CHURCH MATTERS Bid J G Livingston will preach at Kingsvfllc Sunday morning and night Rev M A Dean of Lexington is conducting an interesting meeting Rowland atj Mrs A B Dibble first president and one of the founders of the National W C T U died at Grass Valley Cal Thu Cumberland Presbyterian loyal 1st Council at a meting in Nashville adopted resolutions protesting against the proposed union with the Presby terian church On Tuesday night about SO jHX plo made their rsvuy to the Baptist parsonage and unded lire Huoy and family m n way that would make any pas tor feel good These kind friends brought with theta nil kinds of good things to cat such as dressed turkeys chickens fruits and groceries of all kinds that first class preachers and good wives use Somerset Moun taineer HUBBLE John Robinson sold his l400 pound cattle to J N Johnson at tie The entertainment given at the Chris tian church on Xmas night was a site cess in every particular and was great ly enjoyed by all Morris SjKwnamore of CotTcyville Kansas Is visiting his parents here Miss Ethel Carman who is attending tho conservatory of music in Lexing ton Xmos with tho homefolks Graver McKechnie and Harcn McBeath ire visiting relatives in Wane county Florence and Ada Spoonamore will en tertain Tuosdny evening Miss Jennie Stigall of Perryville in her Bister Mrs J S McKitrick Miss hazel Stone or Stanford Is the guest of Miss Jewell Spoonamoro Miss Nol lie Kincaid of Danville been the gucstof Mrs M B Eubanks Ion SLtA nice large store room and dwelling above consisting of soy eral nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and nil necessary outbuild ings Tho property is in good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in the business portion of town The property will be sold nt a bargain and is a splendid opportunity for some one desiring to go in business for tho store and dwelling combined will be a great saving in rent etc Possession given immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L It Hughes Stanford A Happy Home- Is made perfect when perfect health reigns within its doors 1hls Is pest Insured by always keeping Dr Cold wells laxative Syrup Pepsin on hand tail father mother and chllercn talc ing a few doses at tho least sign of stomauh liver or bowel trouble Always relieves and cures Sold by G L Penny Stanford W C Adams Hustonvillo nt 50o and 8100 Mon ey buck if it falls Eight men were killed the fall of 1000 tons of ore from a slip on the 800foot level of tho Newport mine Ironwood Mich A Fearful Fate It Is a fearful fate to hove to ensure the terrible torture of PliesIII can truthfully suy writes Harry Colson of Mnsonvlllo laIthllt for Blind Bleeding Itching and Protruding Piles Bueklens Arnica Salve Is the net olive made II Also best for cuts burns and Injuries 25o otGL Penny Stanford Lyno Bros of Crab Orch IUd NEWS TESIBowling Green Elks bought a 17800 homeThe Chtna Japanese treaty has beenI officially signed Two brothers were burned to death nt Johnstown W Va At Tyrone Hugh Martin probably fa tally stabbed James Shryock Two persons died at Columbus Miss from wounds inflicted by highway rob bersA seat on the New York stock ex change sold for 93000 a new high re cord price At Ukiah Cal an insano man shot and killed Sheriff Smith and fired nt Judge White Scores of indictments charging gambling were returned by the Davies county grand jury Two men were killed during a quarrel in which 25 were involved on a railroad train near Sims III George Lunsford who killed William Manus was given a life sohtence by tho Irvine circuit court Miss Missle Spears daughter of a prosperous farmer neJr Scnttsville committed suicide by hanging Len Hardlsty n young drug store clerk at Paducah ended a spree by committing suicide with carbolic acid Martial law has been proclaimed throughout Russian Poland and 10 temporary Military Governors appointed Fred S Harlow of Saratoga N Y and his wife are dead as a result of a mutual agreement carried out by shoot ingTho jury ut Irvine In the case against Moses B Fclkncr charged with the murder Jf Jesse Fields returned n verdict of not guilty An aged man who said ho was a con vert to Dr Oslors theory committed suicide at Sherman Tex by throwing himself under a train Richard A McCurdy late president of the Mutual Life Insurance Company has transferred his country estate in New Jersey to hU wife Tho steel vault of the Corinth Deposit Bank was blown open with nitroglycerin by expert cracksmen who secured 2500 In cash and escaped Alex Little accused of killing Deputy Sheriff Mack Roberts in Leslie was captured and says he will be able to prove ho did not shoot Roberts The womans workhouse on Black wells Island was destroyed by firo and but for heroic work by the male prison crs many women would have perished Mrs Alfred Wiltse of Albany N Y is the mother of a threo days old laughter which she insists was born 116 days after she had given birth to a son Mrs Florence Watson wife of Henry Watson n Mt Sterling lawyer wits mortally wounded at a dance by Jubn Flaherty a young farmer with whom she refused to dance As a result of his unsuccessful glove contest with Jack OBrien Robert Fitzsimmons will return to the stage and according to his latest statement will not again enter tho ring At the Mosc Foltner murder trial at Irvine Former Gilbert a lite convict from the Frankfort penitentiary testified that ho and Fcltnor had made a compact to kill Jesse Fields for whoso murder Fcltnor is being tried Prohibitionists at Flemlngsburg are up in arms against tho speakeasy whisky sellers there and many arrests ire expected to be made Cincinnati detectives are said to have been ems ploypd to work up the cases against the liquor dealers eFailed All efforts have failed to llnd a better remedy lot coughs colds and lung troubles than Fo leys Honey and Tar It stops tho cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold JX Patterson Nashua town writes Lust winter I hall a bad cold on my lungs anti tried at least half n dozen advertised cough medi tines und hud treatment from two physicians without getting any benefit A friend recommended Foleys Honey mad Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured mo I consider It time greatest sough and lung medicine In the world Pennys Drug Store Firo in tho roof of the Jefferson County Courthouse at Louisville raged for two hours It was confined to the upper part of the building and nil the records wore saved The loss Is estimated from 10000 to 30000 There was no insurance In Mad Chase Millions rush In mad chase after health from one extreme of faddlsmto mother when If they would only cat good food and keep their bowels regu lar with Dr Kings Now Life rills their troubles would all pass away Vrompt relief and quick cure for liver and stomach trouble 25c guaranteed at G L Penny Stanford LyncBros of Crab Orchard vy41 HUSTONVILLE James Yowell bought a nice three yearold Galton gelding from Cnarles Burton for 150 Geo Dinwiddie who has been in the hardware business in Midway has sold out and come home saying ours is tho best town on the map A large audience attended the Santa Claus reception and Christmas tree at Alcorns opera house Nearly 1000 presents were distributed and the pleas rtntoccasion will long be remembered- All our merchants report the most satisfactory holiday trade inycars The remainder of the season will be devot ed to house cleaning prices prepara tory for room for still larger stocks in tho Spring On account of a confusion of dales the Fiddlers and Jig Dancers contest has been postponed until further notice Full particulars and date will bo giver Ifi next notice which will appear in these columns soon Mrs Robert Dell presented her hus band with a substantial Christmas present in the person of a llpound boy Robert Boll Jr James Frye of Lex Ingson is with friends here He re ports the brick business booming and expects to increase their capacity by the opening of Spring trade Will Cabell and wife of Lebanon are guests of Mrs Fannie Cabell Miss Mattie Alcorn of Chicago is at home for the holidays Charles Burton leaves this week for Augusta Kits to accept a position H R Camnitz is at home from Cincinnati where he holds a good position with W B Carpenter Co Miss Nell Wright of Liberty is the guest of Miss Allie Stngg this week and was the recipient of several handsome presents on the Christmas tree Miss Blanch VanDeveer of Stanford is the guest of Miss Ella Barnett for the holidays IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Thomas S Ellis aged 85 is dead at Bottom aged 93 is dead at Perryville Perkins store in the West End of Boyle was destroyed by fire J T Evans was accidentally shot in the hip while hunting with William Moore in Laurel- Edward Pennington one of the best known men of the Kentucky mourt kilos died at London Green Wiley Burton shot and killed the son of William Tartar at a Christmas tree celebration at Nancy Pulaski countyDeputy Sheriff Holloway of Pulaski shot and badly wounded John McGee who was running a blind jack nail resisted arrest Anthony Broughton was shot and probably fatally wounded by Assistant thief of Police Joel Smith nt Pineville Smith was attempting to arrest him Jas W Moore has purchased property at Berea and his family moved there Monday Mr Mooro will spend the larger part of his time on his splendid farmMt Vernon Signal Miss Jennie Baker of near Eubanks churges that Arthur Vaughan of Somerset attempted to assault her while thoy were buggy riding A writ has been issued for Vaughan who skipped out Furious Fighting For seven years- writes Goo W Hoffman of Harper Wash I had n bitter battle with chronic stomach and liver trouble but at last I won and cured my diseases by tho uso of Electric hitters I unhesitatingly recommend them to all anti dont In tend in tho futuro to bo without them In the house They are certainly a wonderful medicine to hove cured such a bad case as mine Sold under guarantee to do tho same for you by G L Penny Stanford Lyno Bros of Crab Orchard nt 60o a bottle Try then today Deputy Sheriff Mack Roberts and Jos Wilson were shot and killed during a general fight on Big Fork In Leslie county On Goose creek in the same county James Creech was killed by Bill Vanover in a fight over a banjo The First Requisite of Beauty The lest requisite of beauty Is a clear complexion Orlno Laxative Fruit syrup cigars u sallow blotched complexion as It stimulates the liver and bowels and tho eyes become bright and clear You owo It to your friends to tuko It If your complexion is bad Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup lilies not nauseate or gripe and Is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store r John K Grested and Kenton W At well were blown to atoms at Cedar Bluff W Va by the explosion of 12 cans of dynamite which they at tempted to thaw When you want a pleasant laxative take Chamberlains Stomach und Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists The Big Pumpkinf Contained 510 Seed Sirs T T Jones won the gold watch n R Brinton woo tho ladys watch W K Johnson won the Parlor Clock Mrs Allio G Farris won tho Ladys Set Ming J B Nichols won time Comb Brush and Mirror Set Dr Fayetto Dunlap won the split Gold Cult Buttons Mrs It II Grow won tho Cut Glass Sulne1110wl The Biicccesful ones are requested to be present Saturday at 12 oclock We have enjoyed nit unprecedented Christmas Inigincts for which wo are very grateful and desire to thank our many customers Wishing each and mill a Happy Christmas anda prosperous Utiw Year and soliciting share of your future patronage we beg to remain Yours most respectfully HUGH MURRAY Danville Kentucky y Uji Get on the CASH BASIS withus next Monday w H HIGGINSST- ANFORD KY fvr Iu M- YpFepille101COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cannel East Teuacsseo Jellico B G Jellico Mountain Ash Jellico Barren Fork FEED Wheat Straw Millet Tiny Millet Straw Timothy Hay Mixed Clay Corn Oats Bran SliipstufF Big4 Mixed Barley BEST COW FEED ON TIlE MARKET =Big4 Mixed Feed Ground Corn Oats Bran and Barley for 75c per sack till Xmas Wo have u Crusher and can grind anything in tho feed line Give us your order a GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY Pure Water a I CUll furnish you n Filter Unit will make Pure Water in your cistern You had better fix up gutter and one of tbeso Filters so as to get tho Winter and Spring mittsaS H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky GREETING y I desire to express my thanks to tho people of Stanford nail Lincoln counT ty for their generous patronage extended me in tho past and ask for a con tinuance during tho coming year Being letter equipped than over to meet the demands of my increasing business with tho best goods to bo obtained in the markets I shall always strive to please my customers both in quality and price Wishing you all a happy and prosperous New Year I am Very respectfully George D Hopper Stanford Ky i n J i f The Interior Journal E C WALTON BEFORE another Issue of this paper is printed tho year of 1906 will have been ushered in and let all join in hoping that it will bo a prosperous and good one Tho year now rapidly draw ing to a close has treated us all pretty well thank you and few of us havo cause for complaint Monday next is the day for good resolutions Make a few good ones and stick to your pledge Let one of the resolves be your assistance in elevating the morals of the community in which live and in helping mankind whenever and where ever you can These kept you will find 1906 the happiest year of your life AN Episcopal clergyman at Fitch burg Mass has raised a storm in his church by declaring his disbelief that prohibition can promote tho cause of temperance He goes still further in expressing the opinion that the proper use of beer and light wines conduces to congenial and healthy companionship and intercourse and he cites the beer gardens of Germany as positive forces for good in the social life of that nation The Fitchburg parson maybe putting it a little strong in the latter proposition but only fanatics are con vinced that prohibition is the proper remedy for the drink evil DEMOCRATIC members of both houses of the General Assembly have been called to meet Tuesday in the House of Representatives at 8 oclock forth purpose of organizing by the erection of a chairman and a secretary A call was also issued by Mr McQuown for a caucus Monday night of the House Democrats and the Senate Democrats each to elect a chairman and a secretary The chairman of tho State Committee has no power to calla caucus for the nomination ofa Senator but it is claimed that he has the power to call the caucus for the purpose of organization TilE Somerset Journal The Moun taineer The Jessamine Journal and The Mt Mernon Signal all issued creditable Christmas numbers but that of the latter was a thing of beauty It was t an illustrated edition containing pic tures and a writeups of the most prom inent people and interesting places in Rockcastle county and a complete his tory as well We congratulate Brer Albright on his splendid effort TUB Commissioner of Immigration reports that 1026499 foreigners found abiding places in the land of the free during the year A vast majority of them are undesirable people and will add much to the growing discontent felt by a class in this country Con gress must do something to restrict the growing influx of foreigners but some of the bills proposed arc absurd and puerile TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL desires to thank its patrons for the liberal patron age it has received and to solicit a con tinuance of it in the year almost hore No paper ever had a better constituency nor was a paper ever published in n better town and community For these bless ings theIJ is duly thankful and it feels to congratulate itself during this gay and festive season ANOTHER for Paynter At a mass meetingof the Democrats of Mercer county called by Representative J T Royalty he was instructed to vote for Judge Paynter for United States Senator by an almost unanimous ex pression of sentiment He was also re quested to vote for Lawrence for + Speaker TilE Henry Clay statue at Lexington is without a head and the one at Lou isville had a finger knocked off by the falling debris of the burning court house Seems like the old Commoner is playing in ill luck now that he can no longer help himself FROM present indications Judge Thomas H Paynter will be nominated for U S Senator on the first ballot nnd have enough votes to spare to throw a few each to candidates Black burn and Haldeman Tire Kentucky Prison Commission ers make a pretty good report but they are not in those Ten nessee They show a clear profit of CS2328u666 on their convicts this year Tim new blue book shows 27481 per sons in the employ of the government at Washington draw 27145700 annually This is a great country es pecially for office holders La Grippe and Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows la grippo but never follows the use of Foleys Honey and Tar It cures la grippe coughs anti prevents pneumonia and consumption As for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Mr G Vacher of 167 OA good St Chicago writes My wifehad a severe case of la grippe three years ago and it left her with a terrible cough She tried a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar and it gave immediate relief A 50 cent bottle cured her cough entirely Refuse substitutes 1ennys Drug Store t ifx f r v Additional Local LOST between J E Lynns and town a ladys tan rain coat Leave at this office REV W S GRINSTEAD will preach the Methodist church Sunday morning and night r W PERRIN has moved his stock of goods to the store room he bought of J C Florence OVEPTON ADAMS a good citizen of the Dripping Springs section died suddenly a few days ago LOST between Rowland and Me Cormacks church a black laced boot No 9 Leave at this office TilE Graded School will open its doors Tuesday morning Pupils should bear this in mind and be on hand in time Tim secretary of the Waynesburg lodge of Maccabees has received a check for the insurance J Frank Reynolds carried TilE Stanford Male Female Seminary closed for the holidays Friday and will not open its doors again until Tues day morning next Jan 2nd P P NUNNELLEY has sold to P G Warner the cottage on Logan Avenue occupied by his parents Mr and Mrs L B Nunnelley for 1200 LOST between T M Penningtons and J W Alcorns residence pair of black undressed kid gloves Leave atI this office and receive reward CIIILDKILLEDNear Grove Casey county an eightyearold son of Rev Lee while handling a Winchester rifle accidentally shot his fiveyearold sister in the head killing her instantly THERE were never prettier days for Christmas than the first three but yes terday was a bad onerain and hail both falling Late in the afternoon old Sol showed his face fora little while THE schools of Misses Stella McClary at White Oak Susan VanArsdale at Saufley and Mary VanArsdale Preach crsvillc closed Friday Each of the teachers treated her pupils to candies fruits etc a D J SMITH of Crab Orchard has bought G T Ashlocks stock of goods and residence at Gilberts Creek and will take possession in a short while He will have a sale at his farm in the East End Jan 10 Tim Xmas tree at the Methodist church was a thing of beauty and the presents on it carried joy to many little hearts All of the Sunday school child ren and many others were substantially remembered ROBERTSMrs JRoberts died at San Diego Cal She was formerly Miss Lettie Leo Rochester of this place and was an exceedingly bright handsome and lovable woman She was a daughter of the late Col C H Roch ester TilE Lincoln County National Bank directors met yesterday and after carrying goodly sums to surplus and undivided profits declared a 3 per cent dividend The First National Bank directors will meet Saturday and do likewise Tim Waynesburg Maccabees had a big musicale and box supper Wednesday night and a snug sum was realized A prize was offered for the ugliest man and Hickory Bill Singleton won it in a walk Mrs M G Reynolds was decided tho handsomest lady present e RESIGNEDMr 0 G Harrison who has made the McKinney Deposit Bank a most excellent cashier since it begun operations bas resigned to accept more lucrative position elsewhere The directors of the bank of which Mr Ed J Tanner is president would be glad to communicate with a good sober reliable man to succeed Mr Harrison EALYMrs Littie Ealy the aged mother of George Ealy died at T J bodes Saturday of pneumonia She had intended making a visit to Somerset but was taken with the illness that proved fatal Mrs Ealy was a splen did woman and her death carried sadness to the hearts of all who knew her Rev L M Omer preached her funeral at Mr Goodes Sunday morning at 930 oclock and the burial took place in the McKinney cemetery two hours later DEAR INTERIOR Please say that Mrs E H with Rev S Grinstead and family desire to express their gratitude and offer sincere thanks to the many friends who showed so many acts of kindness to Mr Bcazley in his sickness and death especially to Dr Carpenter for his faithful untiring efforts to save his life to the K Ps for their special acts of kindness to his brothers and Jim for their unbroken devotion and love indeed and truth Bro Grinstead says he is so glad that it was Lices happy lot to set sail for the glory land from dear old Stanford The Family Three persons were killed in a collision between a Lehigh Valley freight train and atrolley car at Girardville Pa Lee Jones Has been appointed postmaster at Burning Springs Clay coun ty Walter B chancellor of the University of Georgia is dead n Here and ThereIGround has been union depot at B Smith Gentry formerly of Danville is dead at Lexington Judge J M Green one of the oldest citizens of Bell county died at Pine villeDr James Frazier Davis was drowned in 18 inches of water near Bardstown Junction Chris Anderson his son and his motherinlaw were killed at a railroad crossing in Alma Kas Four persons were killed and a fifth is dying as a result of poisoning at a banquet at Torrcon Mexico James E Martin prominent in New Yorksociety was instantly killed In an automobile accident at Flushing L I William Van Dalsen sentenced to be hanged January 19 has constructed nickelintheslot scaffold and drop with which he is collecting money by hanging himself effigy erBetter Late Than Never It would of course bo best for you to bo so careful about what when and how you catas never to suffer from any dyspeptic or bowel trouble But if you do slip up and begin to suffer tho cousequences of indiscretions In diet It is betterto begin then although late to look after your digestion At this stage of the game the best thing to do is to take Dr CaldweHs laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a purr digestive tonic and acts on both stomach liver and bowels curing permanently and without bad aftereffects such dangerous diseases as constipation biliousness dyspepsia headache dizziness etc Try it Sold by C L Penny Stanford C W Adams Hustonvllle at liOc and 9100 Money back H It fulls Miss Ida Ray and Henry Arnold both of Garrard were married at Dan ville Wednesday Miss Carrie Thompson and Hayden Leaven also of that county were one at Little Britain Appeals Protection Your digestive organs appeal loudly for protection when attacked by the microbes fermented food engendered In your stomach and bowels by dys pepsin blllousncsJ and constipation Tills protection you can very easily extend to them by taking a dose or two of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Will you do it Sold by G L Penny Stanford C W Adams Hastonville at 60c and 8100 Money back if it falls Willie Gasway three years old of Louisville drank laudanum and was walked for nine hours He may recov erJames Bain a young farmer of Knox county was mistaken for a burglar and tilled by a small boy John A Wood of Boyle sold a load of big mules to R A Dodd of Wilmore at 1CO PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Cluon cod btmmlfk th tail liumotc t luivrUot rowtn f r Fall to astor Orty Hair to Its Youthful Color Av r r UUicc aeo1Uest IkocM W Hn Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUC- KYStockholdersMeeting A mooting of tho stockholder of the Lin coin County National liiink of Htanford will lie hold nt their Uinklnx house the second Tuesday In Jununry Hurt for the purpose ol electing illrvctor for tho ensuing your WM HKIOIIT Unshler For Sale Privately My bouse nod 10 acres of land iltaated Just outside of town lima on the Somerset pike HOUJO has 7 rooms kitchen slid servant room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant in tbe yard and one for stock J P UAILEY HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I prortIng can used us hotel or private residence mid Is well arranta for two families Htn blo stalls and Is In good repair 1leji water at burn and hotel If housu Is not otd tiyJnn will relit It for ono year House and Worn newly covered Hotel In traded school district For further panic ilium vail on or address II CAltlKNTKlt Huston vllltf Ky Compliments of the Season Wo want to thank our patrons for their liberal patronage Having ex tended our building wo will be better equipped to satisfyour trado than ever before Our aims are to satisfy our patrons ntul give thou goods worth the mon- eyPruitt Brothers Furniture Livery and Undertaking MorslondKy t and In our vast of Shoes we feel sure we to suit The Ultra 350 and the 3 for in the new lasts in Patent Lace are fit for a queen Our Shoes from 150 to 250 Good The and for Men are to you allin Calf at 350 are as good as money today buys Our Patent in both Button Lace are at 5 High Top Shoes in Black Tan solid asiron I at 3 350 4 and 450 Bootee the best of all in from to toe at 5 and Felt r 3 O H JI 1 A SSurgeon Dentist Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the OwMey Building INSURANCEFire Accident None but the UKHT Companies Keprusentetl lx wtrstios ilblc hates UU ts Talk with Stanford Kentucky Residence Ihone No81 A One hundml nnd sixty ncro fiirm nbout a mllos Nortwist of dixxl twostory 12marl dwellIng a splendid sloe kbnrnoni of tbe heat wutentl fitrins nwissiiry outbuildings In blue never Iaeti Tile whole tarn layiWtll nod there Is not wasteland on It Five milts from Ilnnvlllo nnd In n splendid This Is n ntut 1e sold within the next ij days gotten oft of fnrin Vor iIrthrntnr nlllt IIught Htanfont Ky Traylor UIALKH IX Whlskn Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Osrpsntsr Close to KY Prompt pd polltt itttntlon Nothing tut Ibs 0 dunk Mall phone cr tsltfrspb ortm r bIprompt attention Greatcoat for young men is mightily well named Big loose garment with all tho grate sod vnggerne6 that in a young fellows coat The shoulders lapels front and nil tho weartelling parts are handwork ed 1ho manufacturers outdid them selves in the making of the garments but hardly did themselves justice in the price Weve our advan tage on to you The coat is worth 812 It is 310 W E Crab Orchard Ky i e J SHOES for Shoes for every Foott t1 assortment ought EVERYBODY Brockport Ladies swing Leather Button and cheaper Ladies and uManss Walkover familiar ViciBox CalfAlaska and beauties and and TheIRocker different styles doubled top Cheap goods abundance SUOOOOOOOOO9J MROBERTS STANFORD IJ PRICE STANFORD KENTUCKY Payfngltea- ordUnequulled MAHONY Special Bargain Hpleudlordinal- uncros community IIroUIcadonplrrutdoun DaxJl OspolSTANFORD THE COLUMBIA belong passed marked PERKINS Everybody WHEN ARE DRUGS PURE When you get them nt this store Wo never handle any but Fresh Pure Full Strength Drugs and Chemicals It pays to handle Pure Drug and Pure Drugs only Our friend and patrons approbation hiugcii on Pure Drugs We drive for tho one by handling only the other Pure Drug r PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky POSTED IIWe whose names appear below strictly bunting tubing or way kInd of tree prisilDft on our place and will prosecute violators to the full intent of the law Mrs Kato Ador Italchonbuch lire lied VoBOrucnlgan Albert VonOruenlgan Prod VonAllmitn Prod llsutntnn Alrea tlmp oti Ooorca Untrue Mls Mattlo II hoses Itelchf nbacb Olmrles Cummins Jos Ration A O Dunn llolmri- W E Amon WIt IMugborty- M J H oilman M IJ Klmoro Peter W Jarter J Norln Carter J K Omen W K ShomsVer Thomas Perrlll Orecn Kcrrlll F J Conn John B OarnonUch- BatnTrnnbrlrtge A f Hoot Charles Rnsslln Frank Cordler Mrs M Uajden Welch Peter Rainier John Meter Bimnel Lindsay Jacob Qucdfr Mrs Allen Itle David Stephens Vary HolTmsnn L P NuonHllry J w Ilaughman- Onrlitnnn Jrnjion JO Carpenter JaeabJtasWCJn Barn Jume- ronCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court U W Kunco ot III IliilntlfTn vii John Jfnncu ot nt DufPiuliintB Notice of Hnl- c1iimuiint to u liiiltint nt of the IJncoln circuit court ronilvnil hv Iho IIH stylod nation tit lie NoviinlKT ttriu iwfi the mi durelgned Muster roiiinilimlonir of wild court on MONDAY JAN slat6- In front of till rourthoiiMMloor In Htnnfonl Ky niNiut tho hour or II sell ot public outcry to tho hlnlicnt and lest blildiT ht rvnlmtiito lieiwliinller ilrscrllxtl The snlo will to tie for the purpoM of division Thi sold real pstiitt U IHmt d In Lincoln oounty Kvoii the wntursot lliinulnu York Mini Uboundfd follows Hugh iiiiliiK at the centorof tho lirlditu over tho lltuiKlnu IlktllllIeln htonii thiiuo u Htonn for lUTto II unn tlneucuHlly4ISa2 nii links to n Stall iorn rto nuu told Airs tic Kilo iieytliiMtvo Kffj n leech on the Imiiks of the bnwcllthotcu N I6V a links to n stono thencu H K aj 16Dukelleplkuthnce with soul H M W links to thoudegiIinlugcollnlohngDiucree of Intel TIlt siilo will mll on n credit of six months nnd tot JllrCblltir will required to Klvo laud for the purclmm prlciwlthnp eraonul security puyubln to the- Connlulssiunorlund iMiirlnn nt thu rate of nor cent annum from Into of Knlo until paid Allen will ho retained on thu laud for thin purchnxo price CEO B SAVFLEY M C L C C i FOR SALE I toiNltlittletronlllustonenlrhlindedloluPike rooijis ixirvh and cUtern Yorhrlllllllllr I llnstonvllle Ky Stockholders Meeting SilotlolIlIltheir iHinklnu house In Jlimtonvllle tho sec nail12stor to nl tilt unulllg year J W lincxranh- lerCommissioners J Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court JlInkcrtouHale 1ursuant to n udiziiient of thu Lincoln stylednctlnnutIiiderslvned Mnsjer Coiniulislontr of suit court will on MONDAY JAN lithe In front of till courthouko door In Kliui ford Kynlxnit till hour of Pat soil at t public outcry In till hlKhent and best tier th rllI estate hcrolniiftvr tIcrllflit amount to lx renllzed from thli 11111ttho sum of 12 r715 and InteixKt thereon lilt rnlu of o her eerie her nnnuni Juntil paid which wan ndjudu I tlhplaIii herein iiKiillikt than dernatl ofsGtlt6Judued ncaliut W 1lnkerton nnd tillcosts of this nvtlon Thu sold real wdatu ronsUtsof it house sad lot In tho town of Iltiittonvllle Ky told Is liounded on the North by the lanolHOf tohn Hoodoon the West by the property td Mrs Hunry Wall and iiHtruitrunnlnK from the pro arty to IIWIIIcIIon Rest by duo sheet ruiintiiK IromilaliiHtreot to tilt Clirlstlnn church lot contalnlilK I jIlIrllour will reiilriHl to give hunt for thud pur chase price with approved security paya IrCllltpaid TftiMlefnmlnnt herein W Tinker AprilolirklIook SoII pllltt 26 GEO B SAUFLEY M C L 0 0 j- s The Short Ends I r of WoulclI Cottons Giughmus Ierc9des White Goolle me 4must get out to make room fr note full bolts of neW goods tyr whito ocwiug So we have mnrlced tho price so tow that it I deli tnko you long to get on good terlllS with n nico hlillch of reuuuulte- L Ie tlllU 4 IIINSPECT the lino or Christmas Good i Tonnyi Drugstore I PERSONALS MRS J T BIN UiN was In Louisville test week jihi J W SWOPB of Mlddlcburjf was lien Saturday MRS EUZAIIETII FISH U visiting her daughters at tandem LLOYD HUKY and Richard Williams of Somerset are here Miss 1UCHFL ALUSON of Lexmfjton r Is with her sister here Miss SARAn DANIKLS of 1nris li with MIllS Jennie Lynn MR It M Moss of Lancaster went- up to Mlddlesboro Friday Miss IEAUI GENTIIY Is visiting Miss Mary Portman In IoulllvilleiMR W L MCCARTY wife and son are at Corbln with his brother Misses DETTIB MITCHELL and Susie Cooley visited Danville friends Miss MARY Roan of Crab Orchard was with Mss Sue Beth James C L COVER and wife of Corbin passel through to Danville Sunday Muss NANNIE WOODS KSCLEMAN is at homo from college at Mlllersburfr MISSES RIIODA WHITE and Miranda McKenzie am yisitlnB in Rockcastlc Miss PATSY PHEWITT of Lexington II tho Rue tof MIll Tevis Carpenter MRS MAnu NEVIUS is with her sister Mlts Llllio McCIary In Knoxville MRv W it SHANKS and wifo spent V several days with her parents in Madi son Mis MARTIIA M fEE of tho D a Danville is at homo with her par eatsi B ELLIS of Cincinnati spent Xmas with tho old folks at home MRS WM MORELAND of LcXinRlon Ia with her daughter Mrs W C t ShanksMarion Jones and Esther Elder each t 17 years were married at John Elders yesterday Jurmi J CJIIEMPHHA a valuable 1citizen of Lancaster will movo to Lou isville Jan liON HARVEY HELM of Stanford r was stopping of Hotel Ramsey Mon ticcllo Outlook MRS ANNIE DOTY and little son t James or Millersbnrg are with the 1Misses Newland A nov arrived at tho home of Felix White a Christmas present for him and his better half MR AND MRS J It NUNHLLEY who y havo been located at Lincoln Neb are at home with his parents MRS A S THOMPSON of Fayctte and U G IcnninRton of Danville are hero with their father MR W G LACKEY formerly of this was elected a director of the 4place Society at St Louis Miss COOPER FELAND who is tench Ing in tho oral school nt Morganton N C spent Xmas with her parents GEORQE MENEFEB came homo from Georgetown College Friday to be with tho homcfolks during tho holidays Miss KATIIERINH WARREN of tho Somerset Mountaineer Is with her par 4 cnts Mr and Mrs Walter Warren- D H SPOONAMORE who Is employed in a Veneer Mill at Indianapolis Is s spending tho holidays with relatives MRS W II STOVALL of Cleburne Texas has arrived to visit tho homo folks E S Spoonumoro and family Miis JAms P THOMPSON and little Lebanon Junction spent tho t I sod of holidays with her parents Milton Wart ren rind wife Miss CORA WESLEY of Liberty took Fridays train for Urodhead to spend tho holidays with her grandmother Mrs Durham MRS Vic OWENS of Leowood W Va and Miss Grace McCall of Rock castle are spending Christmas with J Mrs W Herrin DURING the hunt of Mr W 0 Walk er and party In Mississippi they killed five deer and a wild turkey Mr Walker had tho honorof brinKiiiR down a JC BARKER of Hustonville 1deer in tho city this week Tho Doctor popular In Somerset There Is a flno baby boy at Dr J B Becks Somerset Journal MISSES EUNICE JOHNSON Geraldine Moore and Mr James E Hudson Of Boone county Miss Edith Walker and C of Junction City and John Howe or lIarrlman Tenn Lucile spending Christmas with Miss Johnson at Kingsvllle Il Louisville WEARKN HUGHES went to Livingston yesterdayMiss COOPER is with Lancas JONES Is working nights at- New Haven SAM AND DUD LEE of Knoxville are hero with friends- MISSSALLIECOOKE of Danville Is with her sisters here ABIIIJY M WARREN Is up from Mobile with tho homefolks Miss AGNES WHITE of Richmond is with Mrs W B OBannon Miss LIMA KENNEDY of Somerset is with Miss Sara Baughman MRS Conn and Joe II McAlister ar visiting relatives at Richmond Rev W T Tibbs of the Christian church is dead at Mt Sterling JESSE TRAYLOR is at home from Leb nylon Junction with a strained back HUGH BURDETT of Grccncastle HI was with his relative S L Burdett Miss EVELYN EASTLAND of Louis ville is with Miss Margaret Hopper MR E P OWSLEY of Columbus Ga has joined his wire and daughter here MISSES MARY HIGGINS and Mary Mc Roberts are at homo from Sayre Insti tute MRS JESSE STAGC will occupy a portion of Mrs Harrietts home on East MainC H SINGLETON and family have moved back to Crab Orchard from In diana MR II GREEN and wife of Mt Sterling are with Rev P J Ross and S II ALDRIDGE and family spent Christmas day with relatives In GarrardMiss RIIODA LUNSFORD had the mis fortune to fall and break her hip a few days ago TUB MISSES MOUNT of Lancaster will arrive today to visit Mrs H J McRobcrU MRS J H SUANKS entertained n number of her friends at Dr Cooks last evening JOB J SPEARS of Moreland has rented the Charles Or man farm on Hanging Fork MR E T BEAZLEY and wife cnmo up from Harrodsburg to attend the burial of E H Bcazlcy MR HORACE BROWN and wife gave a dinner party at Tho Scclbach Tuesday CourierJournal MRS J G RIDDLE of Crab Orchard was the guest or her parents Mr and Mrs W I Hcrrin- MR AND MRS T J FOSTER spent several days with the family of Mr C T Bohon at Lebanon Mn T W JONrs and wife of Key West spent the holidays with his par enL in the Mnywood section- ED AND BOIEY McKECHNiB and Leslie Sloan of tho Rubble vicinity will attend collcgont Harriman Tenn LITTLE KATIE AND SARA WOOl entertained some 40 or moro of their friends at a delightful party Wednesday afternoon MR SHELTON M SAUFLEY and wife of Frankfort and R C Saulley of Cleveland 0 spent the holidays with their parents here BUD HOLDERMAN the clever freight man at the depot stuck a nail through the fleshly part of his left hand while unloading a heavy box Mn II C RUPLEY visited his daugh ter Mra In Marion county and incidentally showed the of that county how to kill birds MR P M McRotiERTS and wife have moved into their homo on Somerset Avenue Miss F lorenco Shelby of Arcadia is with them MISSES MARY ANn GEUTHUDB NOEL of Danville and Rev R R Noel of this place went up to Paint Lick yesterday to spend tt few days with Ar J It Woods and wife LOCALS SWEET Mangoes stuffed with India Relish at W 11 HIggins FOR SALESecond handed Radiant tome heating stove In good onlerI E C Walton FOR SALE Jersey cow with young calf strictly lrst class W B McKinney Stanford Ky Fort RENT Tho storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office i FOR SALE OR RENTDr J K Van Arsdalos residence Possession given nt once Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford KyI L aJ Our Customers olio ono thing needful to the incrclmntlico business have made tfio year that is now closing one of the rtry boat in the history of our business We have put forth our bent efforts to get wlintyou want and nt the price you want and you have done the rent Without you our courts would have been in vain What cnn wo do for you Wo will do this wo will try to do cvcir better in 1 Jon Again thanking you for your liberal patronage we ask you to call again T D Newland BEAUTIFUL lino of pocket knives just received P G Warner Son BRING your prescriptions to Dra W N Craig for low prices and best service FOR RENT Cottage near depot for mcrly occupied by Mrs Pnttio Hays P P Nunnelley To FARMERS return our sacks or call and settle for them J II Baughman Co PHONE your orders In and bill will be sent by driver If you want to get bot Itom cash prices W H Higgins IJOliN F TARTER bought of William Sheen his propertyM Millcdgoville for 225 and will materially improve itr JAILER HERRIN gave his 18 or 2Opris oners a splendid dinner consisting of turkey and many of the delicacies of tho season W R GAINES an experienced hotelman will take charge of tho Mason Hotel at Lancaster Jan 1 He will make an A rmine host WHILE near Liberty George C Montgomery was accidentally shot in the fnco and painfully hurt The wound is not considered serious Tim Stanford Lodge of Odd Fellows elected S L Burdett Noble Grand J A Bates Vice Grand Ed Wilkinson Secretary nnd Ed Peyton treasurer IN order to close our stock of ladies jackets and misses cloaks by Jan 1 we have made a 25 per cent reduction in prices W E Perkins Crab Orchard DR P W LOGAN bought five bus Incas houses in Corbin at nn outlay of close to 8000 He has faith in the place and believes it will be n city some tiny Miss CORDIB HURDLES school closet Friday and she returned e to her home at MiddleburgtSh- e gave her pupils a delightful treat Miss Hubble has given entire satisfaction as teacher of that school rTim C oclock dinner given by Mr T M Ware of McKinney Monday afternoon was a royal feast ns well as n most delightful occasion A dozen or more of his gentlemen friends were present to help the clever has celebrate his 29th birthday and partake of the good things his excellent wife had prepared The menu was most elaborate A DISPATCH says that the postmaster general has decided to recommend to the president the reappointment of J C Florence postmaster at Stanford Ky This is indeed a reward of merit Mr Florence gives almost as much satisfaction to the patrons of his ollico as Capt E M Drano docs to those of tho Frankfort ollice and n higher compli ment no man could ask than that Frankfort State Journal IIEAZLEYMrBeaBerley fa miliarly known to his legion of friends ns Lige dicdat 5 oclock Monday af ternoon of a complication of troubles aged 32 He is survived by a wifo and sweet little fiveyearold daughter Josephine The burial occurred in Bulla ly Cemetery Wednesday afternoon af ter a funeral sermon at tho Methodist church by Rev P J Ross and prayer by Eld L M Omer Tho services were most appropriate and an Immense crowd was present The officers of tho church acted as pall bearers and the Knights of Pythias as an escort Mr Beazley was n splendid young man and was ful ly prepared to meet his God He wasI a consistent member of the Methodist church and a good substantial citizenI He loved right and hated wrong and hoI was over found battling for what he deemed would bo pleasing in the sight of tho Lord A good husband and fath er has gone to n rich reward may the splendid example ho set be n heritage to his friends and loved ones Mr Bcnzloy was n son of the late Allen Bcazlcy Ills mother Mrs Mildred Beazley survives him as do three sis ters and four brothers For them tho widow and little daughter unbounded ympathy is felt and many a prayer has gone up for them in their great trouble May He who moves mysteriously His wonders to perform help and sustain them all while their cup of sorrow overflows penter nt of inlaw Col T P Hill at 8 oclock Fri day night of apoplexy after an illness of several weeks She was the wife of Mr John Steele Carpenter a prominent citizen of tho West Endnnd a daughter of the late Mr Speed Peyton Mrs Carpenter was a gentle kind and good woman and a consistent member of the Christian church She is sur vived by her husband nnd two children TampaFlaof the West End As both of the child ren are married Mr Carpenter is left at home alone to bear the great loss he has sustained May Ho who tempers the wind to the shorn lamb help his dark hour of trouble The burial occurred nt Hustonville at 11 oclock Sunday morning after short services at at the grave by Eld G W Mills Additional Local on Second Page Doctors Could not Help Her- I had kidney trouble for years writes Mrs Raymond Conner of Shel ton Wash and the doctors could JldncyIcannotIsay Cure It makes tho diseased kidneys sound so they will eliminate the pois ons from the blood Unless they do this good health Is Impossible Penn s Drug Store For Rent for 1906 Nice new cottage r four rooms nil lire ctiiry outbuilding No garden good or chard andgnisulot of two stems bltuntcd ou my fnriu on Dnnvlllu nil Htnnford road nillv from Danville W It TKWMBY Danville Ky r PUBLIC SALE I will ell nt inibllc lion lit my farm on tho Htonford S Cmli Orchard pike two miles from Crab Orchard on WK DNKHKAY JAN tree Ono got work mule combined bors mllk cow froth n lot nul rlhtgcuttisleeruudllell IU lotinrrels or corn lot of try stacks of mixed liny timothy nnd clover lot of fodder farming Implement comUtlng of n mower cultivators plows etc n surrrnndlutrnessbuggylOt of lioiiMhold nnd kitchen furniture tc If not sold privately infore I will nlio toll my fnritiof in litres Hood residence and out house on It IJIIH In nil In KI but eight ncres Huh will begin nt ItI oclock sharp Turin Hindu known on day of mil- eDJHMlTir teal Orchard Ky J IChnijdler Aucr Sale of Franchise For Traction Railway Jan 8 1906 IHIIcllIl Term ncounty Hlscol Court 1114 Hon Jiimei 1 Itulley Judge Trending with tile following Juntl cenol tholViiee tOWlt L Wnllln J A Dudilernr K It ConIptol C I Hcniley ThtsdayJmnes I White cnmo Into court nndiipplled for n frnnchlse permitting the construction of u Trnetlon or lino of mllwny over tho turnpike road of Lincoln county the court lx lng ndvlled an inot101 V J lvnliltn rs srcond tit byO It llentley It U ordered nnd nd judged by the court tlnit n franchise for the puriHJsen heretofore stated Iw grunted and 80h Oil IJincimter A Htnnford turnpike rend from tlio Unrruril and Lincoln lino to the coriximte limit of tint elt of htiinford and nlMton the HttnifonlDIx lllvurdnrrnrd County Whllo Oak turnpike rood to till corporate limits of the town of Rowland 100011 the 0 Cmu Orchaid turn Iitwvenalso on the Htnnford e rond from tho corporate Unite of the rely of Htnnford to till COIIKlllIt iimltnof the town the HilstonvlMollrndfarotsvllleiurnplkt road frftm tin cor toI11eusycountyItntalsoon vllle A Inrpenters tho roriMirato of the town of Huston vlllo to the takoy county line nlto over the Tnrncrnvllle MolClnneyt Mt Halem turn rood nnd the A COlr Sllll turnplku rouil from Mt Hiilem to the Casey county IliUjnUo over thw Htnnford A hells inp turnplku mad from thocorixinite HmltH of tilt city 0 Htnnford to the former terminus or hnlroiidthenceovr the IIlgh- hllllllt turnplko road to till rlahtofWiiy of 11wOluclunutlYuwOrlennt- t Texnt IMclllo Unllroad nt Wnynenburg also over the county rand nt or near IteulM n Oiirtls to the IHilntkl county llnontornear Kubnnka Tho frnnchUo reh granted shall lie wild m nn entirety or whole nt pub lie nt the courthouse door In the city of uliiilfonlj Ky fur cash to the high eat mill bust bidder lifter having advertised tho iime by the clerk of this court by pub lication tho ISTKUIOK JIIUIIN AI the only newspaper nt thin date published In Lin county four consecutive times preced lug the tilts of sale of sold franchise nod by printed notice posted nt tho courthouse iloon h v of the Lincoln court Hald sale to made nt the reguhir Jnnuary term last of the Lincoln countv court the tithday of Juiumry roclock r time It In oxnreislvunilefttood that till purchnxor or nlre11ars shell is ght work In gnat faith wIOtht months onl thedato of wile mud pro ecul MIIIIO Wit diligence In good faith to Iho completion of tho work mid to complete slue within a yenrx from dateofule the fulluro of the pur e11nser or Pueclinon of snhl frnncldso to complete Mild us above Ktnted wild boom null nnd void lint furthernuroexllrtsuduitilUnderstood that If the or fruit chUo purchaser comnleti J the ronstruetlun of n hut of rood ii nit lints sunw IU 01111 till limit or time aloft sltcl IteLfrutnstaufordKynto the rljilitorwny Texan Iiof clllo IMIlroadtho fallur to coi tmct nlliiu or nil of tho routes hreln- Irslguutelshanuotopernteas ft forfeiture of rrullchls over routes oil had been constructti ileandly the clllk or report hits net Ion to the next term of this AttrtaUCatrtrttOi erk By K D IVniiliigton 10 o Those Who Wait 9 To buy Cloaks Suits Skirts or Furs dont have as largo nine to select from but the big cut in price compensates for tins lots t of great variety In many cases the price is just onehalf These are just as good and ttylish as any shown this season but our unvarying rule to carry none over calls for a small price j ek tent l greeting to all of our customers and friends that we have erected thisklittle tree following the merriest season of all the year anti we deem the privilege of acknowledging our appreciation of your friendship as great a pleasure as the time is opportune In thin year just now drawing to a close we have made many new friends and hope by fair and j honest treatment to retain them Our goods have gone into more homes during the past year than in any previous one and we are confident it has given the satisfaction it so fully war rants We have plodded along for six years not boasting or bragging doing or trying to do what was right and in the year just ushering in wo hope to add manymore customers to our already long w list and as in the years past it will always be our purpose and our pleasure to cater to the interests of our customers to the best of Durability We wish you nil a happy audit prosperous New y N A It CUrIrI INS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky Continued Cost Price alSale i ON f Japanese Ware Furs ago1 Shoes We have a small stock of the above named articles left and while they last they will be sold exactly at cost Buy them now and SAVE MONEY ii v L M HUE Y CO Dry Goods NotionsFivefandJTenlCent Ware Opera House Block opp CourtHouse lStanfordKentucky r The Interior Journal Entered in the Port Ohice at Safford- a us weondcla malltT rmuisiiBn TUIHI AYH AND IMUUAYB AT 100 PeR YEAR CAS +Vben not no paid ItOO will be E D11 Peyton 1 DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro caries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford JH IOOHE I COres Proprietors UVERY flND FEED STI1BL Stanford Kv goad Livery Service at Re onblo Rate- Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Deal BDCARTJER Successor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD Special attention to KyIYour patronage U elicited on commission Stock Pona In Connection NERVOUS DEBILITY phrdeatta11JllBl1tllml II true tn4 r porf manhOO thWirydr lopeienti male tiewortht ng NsrnCureae ftrNlenflselnlnpand otber troublMdu uKKnaallrirooarorwnnirn ll U fr cuanrn r rcrren MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u A roi a ALE AT PENNYS DRUG BTOEK JLBeazleyCo r e Undertakers and Embalmer Also Dealers in Fur- nituree MattingsEuga They wilt ex lange Furniture for all KijU of Stock Give ThehaCall Prices Right i htIirANFORDr KENTUCKY t k LCeC tar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarncESSaddlery ro UA a STANFORD KENTUCKY Olllce Phone 107 Home hone 35 IANAD V E 100 Green alert perionaiattenUo to his great huaaultartt contract 4In our Almanac for manyyears wee have given uwusltal to aillic ted colds throat or lung troubles or consumption We have told them if Uiey did not ehe any special benefit after the uSe of one 75cent size bottle of German Syrup to consult their doctor 4Ve not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles as ia the case in the advertising of many ether remedies Our confidence in Ger man Syrup makes it possible for us to give such flfwe know by the ex1 ence of over 35 years that one 75cent OStle of German Syrup wilt speedily re or cure the worst colds Voflchal or troublesand that ofronsumptiononelaige woaders tlNew 250 reg wue 750 At all druggists 1For Sale at Pennys Drug Store r t t FARMERS DEPARTMENT The Abridge Been faun nca Winchester Sold a15O J B Foster sold to W II Lillard a lit of 1060pohnd cattle at385 FOR SALEFive twoyearold mules RigneySoHAE Hundley bought of Monte Fo x 12and Granville Cecil Foxy Curd 207 for 3000 FOR SALC21 cotton mules two yearold past ready for market E T Pence Stanford C C Saunders livery stable Nicholasville burned Two horses perished in the flames- For sale at b bati ainCAacres oftan d with small house in suburbs of Hus tonville Ky Mrs F B BarnctU Henry Kuhlman sold his farm of 342 acres near Camp Dick Robinson for 15000 to Lewis Brown Nicholasville Gen E A McAlpine of Ossining fociEstock farm paid 750 for one hen The Khedive of Egypt owns the most made of black leather though more gold than leather Is visible and it cost 70000 Afflicted with spinal meningitis more than a score of horses dropped in the streets of Williamsburg and at leas half of them died before a veterina coild reach them A bull between one and two years old astray since April last was taken up by me Owner can get him by pay ing lot this notice and his keep T J Culton Crab Orchard N K Tunis sold for D N Prew fromII T and T S Lanier JerseyIj subject to register Price 510 per sin gle pig 15 per pair or 20 for three ordered at one time Order at once an get the best R II Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky Wilson Bros of Cave City of Coffey Bros a combined gelding for 200 one gaited gelding for 225 from CofFey Brof S Mosaic one combined horse rIG and from W R Knifley one harness horse for 200 Adair News FOR SALE About 41 acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky o Lancaster pike A good dwelling well all necessary outbuildings Place land on pike This is a good home a cheap place The owner of lives at Henderson Ky an has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at a bargain Forprice etc see or writo L R Hughes Stanford Ky A Certain Cure for Croup When a child shows symptoms o croup there is no time to experiment with new remedies no matter how highly they may bo recommended There is one preparation that can always bo depended upon It has been Jin use lor many years and has nererbocn known to tail viz Cham berlains Cough Uemedy Give it and a quick euro Is sure to follow Mr M F Compton of Market Texas says of it I have used Chamber lains Cough Remedy in severe CUlSI of croub with my children anti can truthfully say It always gives prompt relief It For sale by all druggistscr At a Christmas dinner given by Mat Barrett at his homo near Beattyville for the purpose of restoring family harmony Barrett was wounded probably fatally and his soninlaw James Rsbjrts was killed The Key that Unlocks the Door to Long Living The 85 and 90 years of age are not tho rotound well ted but thin spare men who live on a slender diet Be ascareful as he will however ti man past middle age 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 cleanse and In vlgprate hit stomach and regulate his liver and bowels When this Is dono there is no reason why the average man should not lire to old ago For sale by all druggists PUBLIC SALEI Two Houses and Lots and 33 Acres of Land in Stanford Ky Wwlll on MONDAY JAN S 1w twcrn ttnlioiirsof IR 2 v x In front of the courthouse door In Htnnfortl nt iiiililU nuctlnii to tliu lilKliont 01MIII IIoiiMnnU Ixit In Htnurnnl Kv ItIneat count wlllrnlx ruoins Also the house and lot now occupied by J K Waters on till North sldt of host Main HtrvOt luljolnlns the lot of Sim hail nes Anil nlxiut JI acroe of loud on the North nidi of Frost Main Htrvet adjoining tlm Melds of Mrs palsy IltitTiiinn oud others The house ml lot occupied by J K Waters nnd the tot lien of nrst be TOlrtII nejmnitily audlhcn na a whole and thi hid or bids thentost will nccN ted Theliousu and lot occupied by I M llruce will Iw sold liyltwlfT- KUMH Onethird dish remainder In two Nqunl liutiillinvnts paynliloln 0 and mouths on lauds with icciirlty hour Ing Interest from dute of sale mynl ie to I1 M hltotrt1IK nllcnt Hlld cund by lieu cotnllInllcjhvroH eslon to on or lly I5IM KOHKKT V PUKDOM nO Warren Attrliijnct MAny M MltUCK I lI lInuUJ Ii StockholdersMeeting nlt ot the stockholders the Kir t National Hunk of Stanford wilt Iw held nt their linking tho aecond Tuesday loot for the purpose of elects dliVctori for tluivimilng vear Jour J MoltonrHTS Taxeni On Monday Jan 8 1906 Being the 1st day of the January tern atof the Lincoln county court I will be tween the hours of oclock AM an 4 oclock i h In front of tho tour hoaso door In Stanford Hyl sell public outcry to tho highest and be bidder for cash In hand the following lists or so much as will pay taxes cost and penalty As fast as payments am made the names will disappear The amount set opposite each tram Includes Q per cent penalty and uo of advertlslng M S UAtWHMAN Sheriff STANFORD WIUT1 Brady J D 20 acres C liruwncr OK 450 acres 13 l SHrummett Mlsa 4 acres 4 CHhnCs Mrs K A 28 tiers 2110 3 00 4t5 7ryFhuelett John 10 acres 3 75 llozelett Mrs S helm 14 sores 2 M- Jazulett Wm 23 acres 3 Haselett Jack 18 acres 41 S Helmcr Wm N U 34 3l1rcs0 75 Martin T D Sr lot C W McElroy F F 100 acres 835- Merthon MM A E lot 114G Heed J S X U OS sons 23 00 Russell F L 1 acres 30 Scarbough John 0 hereX 370 Tipton J N 1 acres ftfl ft 05 SUNfOftDcoromD Anderson Ullci lot Vv 3 gj 4doi 25 Crow Ann 22 acres 245 3t85 45 larrU Martha lot 0 30 lays Will lucre 380 Higgins Squire acre 2 45 Hill Wyatt 1 nero 3 70 IockerAnderson lot 615 oitL5tMorrison WinO acres 3 05 dual Sum 4 acres C 15 37d0 iimpaon Chas 3 acres 4 35 Simpson Milly 1 acre 2 25 Stewart Annio 2 acres 2 40 anArsdalo Dan 4 acres 4 50 Wallace Tilda hrs lot 3 40 3I85 75- CKAII OUCIIAIIDWHITK Adams lies 70 acres 3 00 Adrro Johnson leO acres f 35 Bob ltt FF62J acres 10 20 Jolttti Ube 8 acres 4 80 Brown Mary 30 acres 2 4 b Cooper Mrs J S N R151 acres 27 00 Daughertv Wm 45 acres 405- Dougherty Dan 70 acres 4 25 Delaney Mrs Kuto 00 acres 2 5o Delaney Franklin 12o acres 3 15 Delaney J B 20 acres 3 SA Denny A J 2o acres 4 3o Edwards T B 4oo acres 13 oo- Oooch Mrs Matilda 32 acrecs 2 Co Grillln D C loo acres 5 oo Haggard Hrs So acres 2 Leo Hays Mrs Mary 1G7 ucros 3 Do Hinds G Addisbn 12acres 3 85 Holmes Mrs M O lot 2 75 Holmes D V 103 acres III 23 lIutchllon J M loo los 10 3o- Juckson Win lol acres 3 Oo James Alford uoros 4 65 Luusure Too Sr Io5 uulCyr 8 So Lafovcr John 105 acres I Lcwls 0 P N It loo acres V 3 lie McDonald J J 400 acres i 0 11 Purrish GeoJ8 oars 405 Itigttby D J 35 sees C oo Rogers J P 2 alrCII 2 tip Shupo Jask acres 05 Singleton W J 2o acres 4 M Singleton lira 4o acres 2 4o Smith Mrs Aramqnia I3o urns 3 25B Smith Frank 3o acres 2 Sprinkles G W 4o agres 4 00 Stephens John lo cress 3 85 Stephenson G L 82 acres 7 85 Stringer Tom 3 acres 4jop Stringer Arnold Io5 acres it 6 25 Thompson Chas 5 acres t 3 05 Uurdlow W N It 4 acres 2 3o weaver w ir N H Co acres 2 05 Weaver I M N It 5o acres 5 oo Wren Stephen 5o acres 4 o5 AbrahamsW II hrs 2J acres 4o15 CRAB ORCHAItDCOtxJltKU Anderson John 1 aero fl oo Lackey Ike 0 acres 4 oo Perkins helm f micro 2 75 Smith J H X It 2 acres 2 50I Sutton Wm 5 acres J 30o Williams wade 2 acres 600 Cruse Emma 2 acres 2 25 NAVNESIIUROWHITE- Actors J lot NR 100 acres 3 90 Bastin A A 150 acres 8 45 Baugh Isaac 4 acres 5 50 Baugh Silas A 30 acres 4 Oo Brown M SNit 102 acres 770 Bird Joseph 50 acres 5 00 Carrollton J M 206 acres 7 30 Chambers Jas 14 acres 5 15 Cook W R N R 35 acres 3 45 Coon Ollle 50 acres 7 jo J 85gDavis George iSq acres J 45 Dewitt T H N R 210 acres II Sogg5rFalconer E P K R 90 acres 4 BS Falk George N R tog neros 4 JS Floyd RMS acres 4 JS Gilliland A is acres J 00 Green II L 25 acres 4 05 Gosley Mrs Sarah 40ncres a 65 Gibson W D 25 acres 5 00 Goodpaster Mrs Maggie 48 acres 4 15 godlliartr 25IIacres J Hillock AT 60 acres 2 g Morton G W 8 acres 100 soup Thomas ji acre 4 05 Hughe JU17 acres 3 ss Jordon S Sturgeon too acres 80 50ILeo W BNR 25 acre J ga r tloij Morris N R 40 acres t Si 80llolclClntfClAt cnenlle A J tqt acres 1 tin McLaughliq Lumber Co 63 acres I GS McMullen Elber ib acre J go Moore DaVe 15 acres 4 05 Morgan his 129 acres 4 35 Morgan Wm 100 acre 5 e3 Myers AG 65 acres q so Mnllins S S N Itit9 acres S 76 75ParkhillPulliam Georgo R so acres 3 SS Bright Mrs Cathiryje 15 acres Riley Mrs BvF NI4C acres q 70 Robinson Wm l 90JRogers J A alo acres 5 Go Rouland AVA 4 acres J So 95SimJ11sSkidraore Dan 36 acres 85 Smith Frank 49 seers n 5 75 Smith James SrCo acres So Smith Mrs Erna 206 acres 4 86 Stringer A N R Go acres J qo Trisler Wm N R fio acres I oo Trowbridge D L 35 acres ij St Vaught Milfred 10 acres B M Ware W H 5o seers 3 48 Warren C U K R 9 acoes a JO Waters lira 2 75 While T W N R 1uacresa 7l Woods M H N R jd cres 0 77 Young George N R75 acres go Young MorroWiV gy 10 acres a 35 ClarkfibTcresfYoung 370 Young MrsRuhanylacrc 390- b Young Mrs Lizzie 2j acres a 75 Xeuler Jacob N R 30 acres a W YNESPl1llnCOLQED Daughman HI Iia i acres t au Owsley Sallle N R 65 acres s IIIUATONVIIM AIda Georgo acre J5 10 lIaagett W n 8arise 8 Uakcr tint Kitty lt ncrc 433 laker Cltflf O aero litloi Fin Iin S seers 250 Horton A J acre S 00 lonJner Tbomai Tvj 55 Carpenter lltrtaorr 0- 0EdwardFdN It12 Iota J Ifnrp W II ISO acres 20 luon Dr Wm wit lot r S0 Huitonvllto V Green RlrerTflephona Co Tel lieu V U Jackson Jces U acres bS Jackson Luke acre r Of Knoepl David 7 acriu a 59 fanlism 0 0 lot t liS Lay John 3J acres 4 Ieler o tI NIi 8klaae bS Leare Murtli agrrs a 2 25 Lucas W A 3 acres s J n MeAnlck ben Lucy N R IS acre z 50 McCIiord Mrt Mary K R lOalrcit 4 McCormack Will l acro 2 70 Moran In VloU lot 55 Morgau Roy 114 Nance Mr Margaret dnOrrs 16 30 Napier J U IirllrJ acres 20 81 Owens AIr M W Nit lot 1l1i0 Owsley MM V N it 1Jacrct 22 IfnUrtou Her lot RS Reynolds Milton 25 arms S ltlclmrd Felix 40 sans T 40 Sandldge John 58 acre 1100 Blogliiton Malttit 3 acres 3 b Walden John N KIT acrei f U AVIlspn 1 W acres S 50 Peyton It 111 acre fi 25 IIGBTuxVILtaCO1nhlYn- Adams John Sr15 acres b 20 Alcorn Fannlu acru 2 25 Caroline hrti acres I 11 right Eva I acre I Brown Malt lot I 55 Ilrnwn John aero 315 IHirOett John 34 acres I 45 fiurdctt Sarah 1 acre I 25 t Ilurton Dave 3 seers a 20 Oupp Merlon nerd 1 Oloyd John liowsey 5 acre Ilurton TftlltUa hrs 0 acres I 40 Durham Ovorge N U 35 acre 00 Durham Dun 3 iicrel 20 Conch David hrs 10 acres t u Ooodv Frank tat U raves tcottlot Qreeo Lucy I acre I Oooch Cam acres a iD l Hnrrl Andy S acres t OS Hockur Harrlion N UI acre 3 ker Green 8 acres 55 Tone Anderson N It tnerii McOortnacU 35 Saw N K acre j 2 McOormack George Sr 4 acrei McKlnnay 30 Orcur lot Moreland Robert Ore acre S ID Owen Wlllli S acres 6 00 Patton Newman 3 acreS 3 sS Powell Kittns 1 acre Ross 30 Henry N RIot 2 75 Smith Paratce hrs lot 2 Steele Charles 1 aero 25 GOITrice Mitchell 1 sera 405 Wilkinson Clay I acre 4 bi 1M S DAUGHMAN Sheriff t UflBARGAINS H A for JkrjjniiiH that will bo of interest to you when you conio to my store Jlciftf Overcoats 8JJ50 and up Boyd Ovcivouts i0 nnd up Mens Suit 84 niiil up Youths Suite 810 and up Boys and Children Suite 81 Raft up Mens 83 Cnhiroy Pants rut to 6220 Men a 8250 Corduroy rnti aPantsWorking Coats 81 lied Comforts 75o aiul up NVo hnvo Ju tlCchcda large shipment of Silk Mulllcrs and Neckwear A complcto line of Sbo 1 and Dry Goods Our motto islIj Sell the Best Goods for the Least Money Coino sec and bo convinced w- tltllr SAMROBINSON INext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank t STANFORD KY t DIAMOND workrmeamade so all ever them we any if you to doth UiSUStftArtlllT5 airs FlUS- Alts 1StanfordFirst NationalStanford Kyi BankCapital Stock 50000 Thla Institution was originally titablltht u the DojoiH Hank of tnfonl lo till then roorRantted a the National Hank of Btaofgrd In taU sad rrorcanlied athe Vint National Raik of Stanford U Wit having bad practlcallj ao ailitence It It supplied now with facilities tar transact IneDuilneti promptly and well than ever In It loaKaDd honorable career Recounts of Individuals and Cer poratlons Solicited Ie LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL It J R Parlor J R Owslet shapkt4 Qeo W J R Foster L a W H OummlDi netghta w II Shank EDGE TOOLS them who wed sweat them You cant other kind want bcft work again nnlntcr rnpteJ better before Fiduciaries Carter Conch and 1ccenotl to The farmers Hank A Company add under same IITrut SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT lloplnp such business relation will proro mutually beneficial Officers J 6 nOOKKK PMII BT IlAUKtm V Irev J J McHOIlERTS OhrfW II WCAHENA R Directors J r Reid Danville TMIarrti Btabfora J 8 tlockeri Btanford K t Tiinter UcKlnaejr D Ktmore Stanford 8 II flRUglitnan ftanforfl T P Stanford Ji RobInson Hubble J U llauehman Stanford ltaDfordO BANK CAPITAL STOCK WSOOOO Directors contlnnouilyfor I Officers H ailANKUPreitdeni J B Paxton Vice tre ldent- W lU aliT Oaihlar W O WALKER KVl Curie YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD J PERSONAL supervision given tu nil Prcwriptinnaroiiiponmleil l UNRIVALED DISPLAY of Mechanical and Musical Toys Toy Books Dolls Doll Furniture Etc a- tWILL N CRA JG S Druggist 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