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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3 c THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t r VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 2 1900 NO 93 Bobbitt With Ills Ottenheim Friends OTTUNIIEIM Due J2CthI spoke here t yesterday owning and last night in the commodious hall of Charles Ensslin They say they will got mo up a low hero of 100 far month Our 4great friend Simon Ietrcy wns pres paytI deed mnilo the desert liloom as the rose What n change wrought by Industry V and perseverance I saw n young lady In my uudienco who was tho most beautiful German girl I ever saw That does not express the meaning wldo enough She was the most beautiful girl I ever saw nnd she was German My host Ensalin hns for his lrauH tho very quintessence of nil Germany A more veritable never reigned J In the culinary department Mr En s lin la the very embodiment of noble generosity He and his brigade of handsome boys took absolute possession of me and I have made his house my home during this most pleasant trip to tho Highland of Lincoln I am writing those few lines in tho store of John Wentsol n prosperous Gorman mer chant and Simon Petrcy is his clerk my friend and your subscriber and nd I mlrer This la n cold Christmas morn ing and n guy time hero stayed nil night at tho hospitable home ofJohn II Sailor Saturday night and he insisted I should join him in a game of seven up We played 10 sevens and Lent him five times und he beat me live but what as most rcmnrknblo I turned the jack seven times die said ho hud played all his life but never saw tho like be fore do not play even for fun but I not resist the Importunities of a Ercould man in his oni house Church ringing FOXTAINK Fox HOHUITT OTTENHEIM Mrs G M Ballard of Somerset M s Mailing friend sad rstaUvatlnthhse lion Mr Henry Mumta has Uw honor of haf1 the nkc t hsbtnr2s tree In Qt 1Miss Krbocca Mullint who tanfihl theOttenhtim school gave an enter tainnunt SM o trot to her un4ta Fri dayt Woods Iwojjht of Hd Uowwi a fatally mare for iO John Bowen sold a nice comWiwd maro to hoary Jninw for Jloo Some of the boys in this section met on Brummlfs pesk and had a brillltnt dlnplay of Ore works Christmas night It could bo seen for miles Mrs T C Manu gave a tamper anee recitation tllelIneGroruClIrfsl IOU tree that WM very to Wni and every stave to strong drink riwoW have r hcanl it Miss Mamcitt Uvlngsfon who has recently rocuvr1 from a severe spoil of typhoid fever was able to beat Sun day school Sunday inunh to the dtliRht of her hoot of friends Kd Itallard WM up from Somerset for u short vliit dur Mm James Ham t ing the holidays i moods of Itlchmoml is visiting her bUtt J A James Too Christmas tree at Iine Grover rhureh was a decided success The tree Wns Iundlomely deeoratelnd trimmed and the Kood citizen s rYe much cnrd it fur their unceasing elfurts In their noble deeds of charity 7h onlortaln meat by tilt Sunday school pupils was i very creditable Little Myrtle James aged flue took the promtam for the manner in which she recited mid sung and playel J KINGSVILLE All membeR ofti11nt PoInt church are earnestly requested to be present nt our next meeting Saturday and Sunday Jan 6th and 7th moo j It Noel pastor htif Mr and Mrs MeUee of Clmrlaitown W Vu are gtllJllta of her imtXlltS Mr nnd Mrs Grittln Miss llosotta Hicks und brother of Crescent Springs are tho nuo ta of Mu Dora Rignuy Mrs Fount Dwhon and children vlaitod rola tivea at Lexington W L McCarty- of Stanford was here a few day since r Mr and Mra Dutch Gooch and pretty daughter Miss Vornie are guests of 144l1 Daniel Hestor nnd family MissosVie SIn Leona and Tholma Francis of Eu their grandparentsare guests of jicre Miss Move of Cincinnati is vis iting her sister Mrs Lane Cured His Moor Rheumatism My mother has lfon a Buffercr fur many years from rhoumutUin says sVft Howard ol Husband Iunnsyl q ff vanla At times bho was uuublo to move at nil whllo ut nit times walking was painful jiresontcd her with J n bottle of Chamberlain1 1aln Dal- anti after a fow npplleatlona sho de elded It was the most wonderful pain I rollover alto hail over tried in fact sho Is never without It now and Is at nil L times able to walk An ocxaslonul application of Ta In Unhn keeps away tho pain that she was formerly troubled with For salo by till druggists p HIGHLAND Garrett Berry who has been qulto sick with pneumonia Is Improving After a successful term Miss Annie Fridayliveningment which showed careful training rTheteach1crsry Wilson teacher of the public school was an enjoyable occasion to nil present The pupils of each school were kindly remembered with a nice present and n treat of candy and nuts Miss Ora Hutchison has returned from a visit to relatives at Walton hi81childrenholidays with Charles Warfluld and wife Miss Olio James who has a position in the High School nt Anderson end is at homo for a week with her mother Mrs MaW James who hue recently moved hero from Mercer Harley Ad awns and wife have gone to Franklin rill to reside Mason and David Good poster of Urannon aro here and two of Highlands prettiest girls nro wear ing their swcotost smiles Miss Han nah Moicr nt homo from college at Louisville where she is taking n busi ness course Mrs J M Atkins will spend tho winter at Frankfort with her daughter Mrs J IL Milton- MATRIMONIAL Arthur Caldwell and Miss Josephine Gooch were made one here Saturday Muck Hendren and Miss Margaret Hagan both of the Kirksvlllc section were married last week William U IUdgelyt Controller of tho Currency und Miss Kate A Decring wore married In Washington Bright slurring of Hubble and Mrs Mollle Gulloy Swopc of Garrard wore married at Lancantcr by Hid F M Tlndor Mrs Edith Alexander Itroriston daughter of George W Alexander tho wealthy banker of Paris has been granted a divorce from Thomas hughes Uronston of Lexington on the ground of abandonment The wedding of Miss Clara D D Uoll of Lexington and Julius S Walsh Jr of St Louis was celebrated at Boll Place tho homo of her mother Mrs Arthur The wedding was attended by hundreds of guests from a distance and was tho most notable affair in the history of Lexington society CHURCH MATTERS The Hov W II Warren latoof Now Zealand wlllJioId services nt Goshen church Sunday next at 11 oclock Dr William Shelton will preach at tho UaptUt church Sunday morning There will also be communion services Two Christmas gifts amounting to 10000 have been received by tho For oign Missionary Society of tho Chris lion church Tho two general committees repre senting the Northern Probytorhm and Cumborland Presbyterian Churches by unanimous vote in joint session at St Louis agreed on a basis for the union of the two churcli- osChamberlains Cough Remedy tho Bost Made In my opinion Chamberlains COugh Hemody Is the lest spade for enid says Ors Corn Walker of Idrtvrvlllo Cnllfornin Tliew Is no doubt about it bolny the boot No other will euro ii cold so quickly Xo ulbur U Svi Hiiro uprevontlvo of piiou inonla XooUiprls no pleasant and onto to tuko Thoso are good ioasons why U should IK profurrcd to oUuir nIB fact Is tjiut row people uro hatb led with any other mutter having onco user l tills riMnxdy For sale by all druggists Prof Smiths graduates have secured fine positions in banks mercantile and other enterprises receiving 75 to 100 pur month by investing 05 for tuition antI board ut Prof Smiths Collage Before attending they received about 525 Writo him and ho will send you circulars and information how you can do the samo Address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky Tho Original Foley it Co Chicago originated Honey und Tar as n throat seal lung roinody and on account of tho groat murlt and popularity of Foleys lion ey and Tar many imitations are olfur ed for the genuine These worthless imitations hurt ttimilur sounding names Uewnre of thou Time gen uino Foloys honey and Tar Is in a yellow package Ask for It and refuse any substitute It Iii time best remedy for coughs and colds Pennys Drug Store itIWhy not Its a step in tho right direction I was formerly in the life insurance business NEWS NOTES Scarlet fever has been declared epi demic In Hartford William Russells home at Jackson was demolished by heavy wind A contest over the will of the late S S Brown of Pittsburg is threatened George H Kimble president and general manager of the Excelsior Coal Co dead Three trainmen were killed in a wreckon the Chicago and Eric railroad at Disco lad- Assessor Herr fixes the value of prop nt180S08l erty of Louisville and Jefferson county Only 819229 children were born In Franco last year about 1COOOO legs than the berorecRiclllim Washington a hostler on the Mansfield Stock Farm Lexington was murdered with an ax Jack Bryan u 10yenroId boy was instantly killed accidentally near Paducah while hunting Charles W Townsend formerly n wellknown newspaper man of Lexing ton died there of pneumonia Charles T Yerkes tho wellknown railway promoter and financier of Chi cago and London died in New York An attempt to assassinate the Civil Governor of Moscow was made by u boy who on failing committed suicide Peter Lcc Sr ono of the bestknown citizens of Shelby county was burned to a crisp last night while alone at his homeDouglas Sctzcr of Louisville drank carbolic acid while he clasped his little child to his breast lie died in great agony CapU William J Degress former Consul General to Mexico died suddenly in St Louis while on Ills way to Min nesota Tho entire plant of the American Shipbuilding Company at Bay City Mich valued atKO000 was destroyed local option election At Brandon burg resulted in a victory for the drys by the narrow majority of seven vote One man was killed and two others badly hurt in tho yards of the Louis ville and Nashville Terminal Company at Nashville Dr Oliver B Hart convicted of the murder of a 10year old girl in Chi cage has been sentenced to 45 years in tho penitentiary The will of Cecilia A Wolscy a vaudeville actress filed in New York yesterday leaves 15000 for the care of her dog parrot and a cage of birds Frank Hall 18 years old shot and killed Clyde Brown at Terre Haute Ind They ought over Halls object tion to Browns attentions to Halls sister Harry C Blake a Wichita traveling man was tumid cloud and Mrs Maude Tones a widow was found In n dying VicbitaKansasAt Henderson Sunday morning n Negro woman was killed by a blow from an ax in the handa of n Negro man Later In the day n white boy killed an aged Negro in the same manner A Rono Nov club has ottered a 25000 purse for n finish fight between Marvin Hart and Jack OBrien to take place April 15 and incidentally to car ry with it tho championship title The Louisville and Eastern railroad operated between Louisville and Beard has been sold to Indianapolis capitalists nnd will be refinanced An exten sion will be built to Lagrange and to Shclbyville Tho deal involves about 2000000 Walter Wollman the woll known cor respondent has been commissioned by n Chicago newspaper to search for tho North Pole in an airship The idea is to start the expedition from Spitzber gen Norway and to make the round trip in two weeks William Bench and his wife and mothor in law were fatally injured by tho collapse of their home nt Wheeling W Va The house was being moved while tho family still occupied it nnd the accident was caused by the joists suddenly giving way In tho belief that tho boy hadnt ready suffered too much Gov Deck hnm pardoned from the penitentiary Joseph Landis 10 years oldof Chattanooga The boy was sentenced from Grunt county where ho had Innocently pleaded guilty to a charge of housebreaking A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good A II Thurnos n wellknown coal operator of HulTiilo 0 writes I have been ulllluted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel unit stones with uxurucintlng pain I got no relief from medicine until I began taking Foloys Kidney Cure then tho result was surprising A few doses started the brick dust like tine stones and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I fuel like new man It has done me 1000 worth of good Pennys Drug Store layl w 1 Paynter Draws First Blood In Election of Lawrence as Speaker of the House Joe Embry Wins Great Race For Doorkeeper of the Senate Admnistr tlon Will Win All Along the Line FRANKFORT 6 A M Jan 2Henry Lawrence of Trigg county was elect ed Speaker of the House last night over R W Miller of Madison Lawrence got a majority of the votes and his election was made unanimous Joe T Embry of Stanford defeated Me Wa ters for Doorkeeper of the Senate 22 to 8 W J Gooch of Simpson was chos en caucus chairman and Senator Hick man Speaker pro tem of the Senate Eli Brown and McCutcheon will be elected prison commissioners Paynter for U S Senator is a sure winner and there is talk of Blackburn and Halde man withdrawing from the race Jesse M Alverson nominated Lawrence in a splendid speech The administration will win all along the line W P W VILLA D G Fox bought four twoyearold mulos from J C Floyd Saturday A large congregation attended ser vices at the Christian church Sunday morning and hoard a good sermon by Rev G W Mills Five prizes will be given in the Fie hers and Dancers contest at Alcorns opera house on the 13th Come and see the champion clog and jig dancers Emmett McCormack bought of tho Hunn heirs through Allen Hunn the business house occupied by McCormack Peacock for 1037 There will be some much needed improvements put on the building immediately Mr J L Conway of Wichita Kan is with the family of Mr Samuel Reid Miss Josie Goode of Louisville is vis iting her parents here George D and Francis Weatherford returned from n plcasero trip to Louisville Sunday The Fiddlers and Dancers contest interspersed with charnctcraketches and vocal renditions at Alcorns opera houso Saturday night Jan 13th promises effortBIpop- ular prices- F M Penvyhouse Sons received returns from shipment of about 5000 pounds of their second grade tobacco for which they received lljc average These people arc export raisers and handlers of tobacco and always got top prices for their crop C T Bohon sold to Mr Curmicnl of Jacksonville Ga 15 good cotton mules at prosperity prices and a mare fcr 120 He bought from Burdott Powell a horse for 160 from J P Goode u more for130 from McCormack Pea cock one horse for 100 from S M Owens one horse for 140 H C Baugh man one for 125 anti quite a number in Danville at prices from 110 to 185 Roy Gooch of Somerset was the guest of Miss Katherine Hall during the holidays Mrs Wcrdio VanArsdale returned Saturday from Louisville where oho was visiting her parents J H Reid and family have moved to the Charles Wheeler home whore they will live this year Mr Reid has accepted a position on the road for a large tobac co manufacturing company nnd begins his work immediately Alfonzo Rich arils has gone to Whiney county to sell several hundred acres of land belnging to himself and brothers This land for years was considered almost worthless but oil gas nnd coal have been discovered in the immediate vicinity and they are offered good prices W G Cowan elegunthomcently CORNS CUIIED Corn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure Is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky g t The Big Pumpkin Contained 510 Seed f Mr J T JOIIM won the gold watch U S Brinton won time ladys watch W 13 Jolinnn won the Parlor Clo kr8 Allte G Farris won the Ladys Sot Ring J B Nichols won tho Comb Brush mind Mirror Set Dr Fayctto Dunlap won tltoolid Gold Gulf Buttons Mrs II II Cirtnv won thmg Cut GlUM Salad Bowl Wo have cnjoycil mi linprcchtentri l Christmas business fur which we are very grateful and desire to thank pur ninny ousthiilcrA t NVishing each maul all a Happy Christum anti a pmsperoiig Now Year nnd soliciting a share of your future patronngo we beg to remain Yours most respectfully HUGH MURRAY Danville Kentucky 2 gallons JiJ I liltsend ntnomit driver Exchange No 10 pleas hello Mr Rout is this you Coy CSIII Selling for cash now are you Yes m That suits me exactly Send mo 20 ppunds granulated sugar 8100 25 llw No1 Hour 70 7 packages Arbuekles Collce 100 7 cakes Brag Sump 2o 2ii 8320 Thuikfi rail again at Corner Main and Depot Streets I W H HICG1NSe CASH HOUSE N FO RDKENTUCKYL foTA Prepare for 1906 COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cnnnel East Tenuesee Tellico B G Jellico Munntuin Ash Jcllico Barren Fork FEED Wheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw 1imuthy Hay Mixed r Hay Corn Oats Bran Shipstulf Big4 Mixed Burley mST COW PEED ON TILE MARKET Big4 Mixed Feed Ground Corn Oath Bran and Barley for 7oc per wick till Xnms We have n Crusher and etui grind anything in the feel line Give us your order GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY j Pure Water r I cut furnish you a Filter that will make Pure Water in your cistern You had letter fix up your gutter and get oho of these Filters so Dsto get ho Winter and Spring niins SeH ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky GREETING i I desire to express mj thanks tothc people jf Stanford nnd Lincoln coo ty for their generous patronage extended nut in the past nod ask for n OlIo timmiuo during the coining year Being letter equipped than ever to meet the demands of my incrciuingbusines with the best goods to bo obtained in the markets I shall nlvvtiya strive to please my customer 1 both in quality and price Wishing you nil a happy and prosperous Now Year I am Very respectfully George D Hopper Stanford Ky y- owr r Q I The Interior Journal EC WALTON SENATOR ECTON of tho ClarkMont gomcryBourbon district hasnt enough backbone to stand alone He was elected as a Blackburn man and should have supported him but he jumped in the Paynter band wagon and a great howl went up from his constituency H couldnt stand the prodding and cornea out in n card saying ho has changed his mind and will support Blackburn Up to the hour of going to press he hat l not changed his mind again but h may do so before the roll is called In the Senatorial race TilE Railroad Gazette estimates fro reliable data that the railroads of the country spent 260186000 in equipment last year It has proved recordbraking year for both new power and new equipment and the or ders that have been let for this yea- by the Pennsylvania and the New Yor Central systems are said to excee those of all the railroads in 1001 The unprecedented growth of business in th entire country could not be bette- shown than in the figures given by tho paper LIEUT Gov THORNE declared at Frankfort that if his being Lieutenant Governor was keeping Gov Beckham out of the race for United States Sen ator he would gladly resign He said ho favored the Governor for Senator and was confident he could be elected Magnanimous man your reward should be great A FLYER on the Pennsylvania ran 445 miles Christmas Day without a passenger a hitherto unheard of fact It is the most expensive train on the road too carrying a crew of 11 be andImen can for the remarkable occurrence Is it not just a little inconsistent in that good democratic paper the Dan ville News offering such liberal club bing rates with the Louisville Herald the rankest republican paper this side of the plutorian regions 7 Seems to us the News might find a democratic daily to supply its subscribers with MR GARFIELD Chief of the Bureau of Corporations gives it as his opinion that the beef question is too big a thing for one man to handle and the public after recalling his famous report will agree with him if the one man is no better man than he l SENATOR MCCREARY so the dispatch es say has lined up with the Blackburn forces in the Senatorial race Taking hands in a fight with which he should t have had nothing to do will doubtless be remembered against him about two years hence TimE New Jersey Legislature is to- be asked for 350000 to be used in exterminating the mosquito The money will be well spent if successful but we fear that like the poor and the book agent the little pests will always be with us Tim Jessamine Journal one of our very best exchanges celebrated its 33rd birthday last week The Journaland Editor McCarty are the same age Ed itor Stears is a few days older SOMERSET is forging to the front morally A saloonkeeper assigned there last week POLITICAL Gov Terrell of Georgia has made a positive declaration that he will not r be a candidate for United States Sen atorFormer Gov Frank Steunenberg has been killed by an explosion at his home in Caldwell Idaho A dynamite bomb was placed at his gate and exploded as enteredMrs Van Meter State Librarian set at rest the reports that she i will resign her position by appearing in Frankfort and resuming the active per formance of her duties Thirteen contest cases will come be fore the Kentucky Legislature Two are in the Senate and the remainder in the House Seven of the 13 contests are from Jefferson county County Judge H C Smith of Bour bon county who will retire from the of fice tomorrow declined the unani mous tender of a gift of 1000 by the Fiscal Court in recognition of extra aervices rendered by him and for as sisting in getting the new 200000 courthouse at Paris TAt the funeral at denof Deputy Sheriff Roberto who was shot and killed on Christmas day 100 was contributed for Roberts widow and four children Oh Santa Clausl Oh Santa Claus Oer you well make a deal of fuss If in your mad career youll pause And bring a aettled cook to us Thirty persons were killed and many others wounded in a clash between strikers and troops at Linbotin Russia Frank Bonner former member of th- Kansas e Louisville Baseball Club died at City Mo of blood poisoning Testimonials To Judge Bailey And Attorney Helm AT a meeting of the members of the bar and officers of the several courts of Lincoln county held at the court house on Monday Jan 1st 190G called to take action with reference to the re tirement from office of Hon James P Bailey jugde and lion Harvey Helm attorney for Lincoln county Hon R C Warren was chosen chairman and J F Holdam secretary of the meeting The following testimonials and reso lutions were unanimously adopted haying previously been supported by re marks by many members of the bar The retirement of Hon James judgoBailey from the office ofpresiding of the fiscal and county courts of Lin coIn county affords to the members of amfit occasion to express tier of the public service of this official intoathis office on Jan 1st 1893 during the term of four years was re serrvice of a second term He experiencedas an executive and This experience coupled with a sound moralrcourage and inflexible integrity him one of the best if not indeed the very best county judge the people of Lincoln ever had The county owes him a debt of lasting gratitude for his unexampled management of its fiscal affairsThe members of this bar readily at test his patience his courtesy his pro bity and exalted sense of fairness The officers of the court unhesitatingly ac knowledge the agreeable weight of their obligation to him for well guarded and conservative instruction in the line of official duties The severance of these official rela tions does not in any wise mark the end of personal good will In whatever line of business Judge Bailey shall be come engaged the cordial sympathy of each of us will be with him II The term of office of lIon Harvey Helm county attorney of Lincoln coun ty having this day closed the mem bers of the bar and officers of the several courts of the county desire to express their conception of the manner in which he has discharged the duties of his official position Mr Helm has served his constituency for two full terms Without public ex perience in any official capacity at the beginning he readily developed an ap titude for the trust confided to him and steadily grew in the knowledge of his duties as well as in the confidence of the people During parts of both terms he was confronted with exceptional conditions complex in themselves and difficult of practical adjustment The freeing of turnpikes brought upon the Fiscal court of which be was the olllelal adviser responsibilities and du ties of extraordinary and hitherto un known character To meet these responsibilities and to discharge these du ties with justice to conflicting inter ests required the best thought and the soundest practical judgment Mr Helm proved to be a wise counsellor in the arduous work imposed on the court We are assured that his advice contrib uted to the success of the difficult transition from toll turnpikes to free roadsAs the more immediate representa tive of the Commonwealth in the pros ecution of public offenses in the super ior and inferior courts Mr Helm ex hibited zeal courage and a steadfast purpose He had charge in the prose cution of many cases which greatly aft fected this community and in all of them ho bore himself as one who com prehended the scope of his duties and who had the honesty and courage to perform them It is therefore resolved that the chair man of this meeting be requested to have these testimonials to Judge Bai ley and Mr Helm spread at large in the order books of this court and that the INTERIOR JOURNAL be requested to pub lish them It C WARREN chmn J F HOLDAM sccy Chronic Constipation Cured One who suiters from chronic consti patron Is in danger of many serious ailments Orlno Laxative Fruit Syr- Up cures uhronie constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates tho liver and bowels restoring the natural ac lion of these organs Commence taking itto day and you will feel better at once Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or grlpo nnd is very pleasant to taste Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store wns7haskedthountrytacditorrongerCmyhfromBanks Jonas Porkinbinc replied the loafer at the villiage store Well well Why thats the name of one of our subscribers Dont say Whats the name o the other onePhiladelphia Press It is said that John McCall has re signed the presidency of the New York Life Insurance Company Frank Phiscator a millionaire Alaska miner committed suicide in San Fran cisco The street car strike at Paducah has been declared off IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Abljah Skinner was stabed and killed at Alcorn Jackson county by Minter LainhartA llundley bought of II C Bright his handsome home in Danville for 9000 H B Edmonds president of the Marion National Bank and one of Leb anons leading citizens is dead Walter Turpin of Richmond aged 12 years hud an eye put out by the premature explosion of an old cnnnor he was firing Tom Trimble Sr Tom Trimble Jr Tenill Trimble and Sam Dalton were arrested in Pulaski for killing John Barnes a mute- Benjamin Neal was shot and killed at Gap Creek Wayne county by his son Michael Neal aged 18 They had quarreled over a gun Owing to the inability of the lion John G Carlisle of counsel to be present oral argument before the Court of Appeals in the Berea College case set for next Tuesday has been postponed until February 2 Chief of Police Walker of Norton Va arrested Henry Breeding who Is alleged to be wanted in Bell county on a charge of murder Breeding was Frank Balls partner in the saloonI business there and ran his pIa several weeks after Ball was forced to leaveJudge John W Hughes of Harrods burg will file suit at the next term of tho Mercer circuit court to enforce his tax title to the Harrodsburg Water Companys plant Judge Hughes purchased the property for 900 which represented the taxes for five years The company did not redeem it and Judge Hughes was given a deed by the sheriff How to Avoid Pneumonia Wo have never heard of a single In stance of a cold resulting In piioumo nla or other lung trouble when Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken It not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens the lungs Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substi tutu offered Dr C J Bishop of Agnew Mich writes I have used Foleys Honey and Tar In three very severe cases of pneumonia with good results In every case Pennys Drug Store W H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY Stockholders Meeting A tneetlnijof tho stockholders of the tin coln County Xutlonnl lUink of Htiinford will l 0 hold lit their ImnkliiK house Ito vcond Jununry last lor tho purpose TlhAdnrIn directors for tho ensuing yrnr M HitliiilT CuihlcT For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated Jut outvtdo of town limits on the Bomtntel pike Homo has 7 rooms kitchen and ser rant room good cellar ituula and all accessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard one for stock- J P IIAILKY Compliments of the Season We want to thank our patrons fur their liberal patronage Having ex tended our building we will he bettor equipped to satisfy our trade than ever before Our nuns arc to satisfy our patrons and give them goods worth the mo- neyPruitt Brothers Furniture Livery and Undertaking Mortlan Ky Heport of the Condition of the national Bank of fiustonvillt Ky At close of Business Dec 30th 1905 KESOUKCKS Loans and discounts M4G89 20 Overdrafts 1891 21 U S Bonds 12500 00 Banking House 2000 00 Furniture and Fixtures 875 00 Treasurer 625 00 12074 03 17442 21 222000 65 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 Surplus fund 10000 00 Undivided profits 5347 tK Tax fund 961 28 Circulation 12000 00 Individual deposits 143787 38 222090 65 A dividend of 5 per cent was this day declared out of the net earnings of the past 6 months J W HOCKER Cashier and for Foot In our vast assortment of Shoes we feel sure we ought to suithEVERYBODY The Ultra 350 and the Brockport 3 for f Ladies in the new swing lasts inPatent Leather Button and Lace tofMen are familiar to you allin ViciBox CalfAlaska Calf at 350are as good as money today buys Our Patent in both Button and Lace are beauties at 35O and 5 High Top Shoes in Black and Tan solid as iron at 3 350 4 and 450 The Hocker Bootee the best of all in different styles doubled from top to toe at 5 Cheap goods and Felt Boots in abundance j 1eh DJ 000 1JOOOOOOOOOJ t H J MROBERTS STANFORDI 1 A S PRICEiSurgoon DentistISTANFORD KENTUCKY Ollice over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building INSURANCE Kliv Lightning VlnilHtorm fife and Accident the HT11ONOKHT unit UKHTCoimuinlr lleprtsontwl loweitjloi tlhl Itntes Ilanrontl 1d Loss 1ujlng ll c ortijUnvquallvd Tulk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilcildenre 1lionc No 82 A Special Bargain Out Itnndrvtl nml tlxty urn rarer nlnmt mile Nortwitt of lout two dory Itroom dwelling n i finlld utoek him on of the iHnt wntvnil fnrum In tin county 11- 111IIury oiillmllillni Hplendld orrlmnl ncvtT lean ilowid Thrwholet11r11Itiles well RIII ttwre Is no tolnllll on It tlv inllrt from Ihinvlllv unit In n plII1 community This U II UirKiilnnnd tau pine mint l told within tin next tiny Iin lociul notH cnn otUii nil of form rofttHtlun utviiiHl nave For luirtlonliim KV Jniue1 w Idle or U lli KlH Htnnford Ky INSURANCEYour are sure to die See nail talk with ItI M Ncwland who will show you the policy best adapted to your age and circumstance Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer red It M NKWIANII Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 181 QaJl TraHI ort DKALCH IX Whlsln Brandy Wines Beer Glnars Etc KYII Store will be Closedon Jan 2 3rd WeE PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky PI SHOES for Everybody Shoes every WHEN ARE DRUGS PURE ttla lttat When you get them nt this store Wo novfir handle any hilt Fresh Pure FuHStniiigtli Drugs nod Chomienk It jmys to handle Pure Drug anal Ptiro Drugs only Our friend ami patrons approbation Dingus on Puro Drug Wo strivo for the vile liy handling only thu otlior Puro Drugs C PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky POSTED strictlyturbidpanting on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of tbo law Mn Kato Ajar Uelcuenbucli Urn VonoruonlganAlbertVonfruoniganFred Alfred 8lmpOD lloltnei Mint Mattln II llewesh Kelclicnbnch Charles Cutntnlni Joe llallnu A 0 Dunn 6 H llolmet DoughertyMleler Curler J Novln Carter J F truce W F Hhomaker Thomas Per rill Often Ferrlll K J Ollnn John n Oarncnlsch SaraTr bridge A I Root Charles Knitlln Frank Cordlcr Mrs M Hajdcn Welch Peter llalraer John Meter BttuUBl Madtov Jacob lander lire Allen Ljtle- Uatld Stephens Mary Hoffmann L Nunnellpy J W lUuRhman- Ourlntenu Orajron J O Carpenter Jacob Htweln Sum Dam- eronCommissioners Sale I Iincnln Circuit Court O W Nniuw III nl rialnlKTu vii Jolla XIIIILC ut nl lHfi niliintii Notlo of Hiilo Pursuant to of tau MncolnIIfUllIiIIIIIIII circuit court uliow styled nitliin nt its NovmnlMT tirtn Hair tint mi dvritlKiiiHl MiKltT CoiiiinlsiloiKr of sulil court will on MONDAY JAN Mtuxi In trout of ills IOiirtliousUoorln Htnnford Ky moot tilt hour of iti8 ll III tiiihllc outcry til tin hlKhftt iind last hlildiT the lIludll t InrttliinflHr IHTKM Tat h for tlie pnrx of illvlHlon TalrrUl1lii iiiiwiiisiiin lliiPoln Kork IIIII1I11 III Illtanln1111111I1I1Il n rllultiiT thiiicfHmiKJijiolefatlink ton xtonc curlier uiiiK oiiittita H1MlunfuitsI t vliiiniiW ao llnkn to tilt g litnluhlgiclnl Crea of IcfinontliNiind till ptircliiiMr will Idato nKd security Cmruuleiunernnd Iwnrin thlglurest rnto of niIrecntper nniiiim trothsalt untlliwld Allen will oliotill hind for tho iiunlnin price CEO D SAUFLKY M C L C C FOR SALE I 1 Kami of Mum Idiom grass niul toImvoo Hind linn ncnt of IHIIIU on it tars 111110frum elionuwlr 1 leriii inpply to JIIMi IIAItulK Hiiitonvlllf Ky StockholdersMeeting SRUunal t their1onkhl h ot1cillIIaitontllluthr d1txforlorlowrvriuiuimiliiK 1 J W HOCK nit Cntiiirr Commissioners Sale k V fdacolnIrrUtCourte K J1llIknolllulls 111110111elnultiictloiint Its Noviiiilxr term kilt till oil saidcourtION11tyJA8jI MlulfurdHyuleutlhahourpnlillc outcry to tho hlghrtit and Utt Mil derUI11tIhtsumof St 271S nnil Intcrckt threoii nt trolllllIrchdl the pliiliiUir herein iiKiiliift till def au ofSf1whlchwuxudJudged MlnltUIIIIIllrIIiIiimisofJohnlllii on thNorth hy i n till tlnlledMn I1iibat1e rba1t Ire rUllllhl1 rom lnIIlHlr110 uc Clirltliin dutch IocoImNlisiwlI xIIa tl urIII IlIU tlilriitlon of forlthofoluri n MIcurll hl tern1111111IlI1ld AprhJlllSi ldnHookOEO B SAUFLBY JI C L O C y T J Jil h C The Short Ends of Woolong Cottons Ginghams Percales While Goods Etc must got out to inako room for now full bolts of new goods lor white towing So wo have marked tho price no low that it dont tnko you long to got on good terms with a oil o bunch of these remnant If BTANFOUO KY JAX 2 1905 tho lino of Christmas Goods Drug Store- PERSONALS Mil M P KIKIV of Lexington was here last week RKV R IL MAIIONY made H business 1trip to Mt Vernon Mns EHNRST WARREN relumed toI Mlddlcsboro Friday MR JOHN S OWSUIY JR was in Louiavillo Saturday MRS V R BECK and daughter visit ed Mt Vernon fronds I Mn G B CooiKR made a businem trip to IxniUvllle Friday Mns T F STINK of Coal Creek Tenn is hero with her sisters liON J N SAUNDBKS and nmlly- Ipentsevuml days in Ioulsvillo- MANIXY HUBY paid his parents at Somerset a brief visit last week MIIH THOMAS PARKOTT of Lebanon was the guest of Mica Alma Parrott Miss IliJSsu YASTIS spent a portion r of tho holidays with Lancaster friends J MACK WALLACK of Now Albany spent n few days with his parents here MRS I S nunnBTT and little son of Crab Orchard were guests of friend here RKV GILIJRRT GLASS spent a portion of the holidays with his father at Born encl CECIL WILLIAMS and Andrew Wad die of Somerset attended the hop Fri r day night MR FRANK PUMPIIRBY of Somerset has taken a position ua job printer in this office C L Govnn has opened a grocery utoro at Corbln and is starting off nice I Iy in the business WILL ASH WALTBR Horrnu of Cen tral University spent Christmas with their parents here MBSWAMHS EMMBTT ANn C R Mo- CORMACK of Hustonville wore hero shopping Saturday MR Jons Lima and family will move to the Hays farm on tho Huston villc pike this week MISSBS LAVINIA McGRAW and Beasto r Wright of Junction City wore guests of Mm W O Speed MR SAM HARIUN and handsome son Robert of London wore hero with Mr Mark Hardin Sunday GKOIUU CIIAKCKLLOII of Cincinnati spent Xmas with hte parents Mr and Mrs Bedell Chancellor MK G T PROCTOR spent several days In Rockcastlo with his aged nth er Mr Anderson Proctor r Miss KlTTli MrMULUv of SayYe In stitute was tho guest of Misses Mary higgins and Mary McRoberts FRITZ KUUKOKII of Mt Vornon was on yesterdays train bound for Louisville to buy good for a new store ho- I will open at Mullins Station MR ASI MRB W A HATCIIKU of Smiths Grove have moved to Capt B F PowollV Mr ilstchrr will look af ter thu captains farm this year MR A G FAULKNKR who is in the revenue business in North Carolina with headquarteu at Greensboro spent b lust week with his family nt Highland MIBS LOuIs FARRIS of Lancaster gave n delightful dinner in honor of Miss Clara Cooper of this place Satur day It was an exceedingly enjoyable occasion EDWARD Ooonm who has u plea did position in the linen department of J Bacon S Sons big store in Uuts vile spent Saturday and Sunday with rthe bomcfollm here JONBS Margaretasst3 LB GRANDB Hopper and Mary Hlgglns each gave during last weekt enjoyable receptions Those fortunate enough to bo present of the good speak in glowing terms time they had SQUIRK JAMBS A DHPDEHAII is at Shelby City helping Row Hunn with their now flouring mill If those gen tlemen want a nratclais miller they should try to engage permanently the services of Squire Dudderar- HoNS It L HumiLK and J M AI1 r vcnon loft Saturday morning for Lou Uville and thence to 1ninkfort Wo hope and expect to hear good reports who were elect from these gentlemen ed by such overwhelming majorities as Senator and Representative Mn AND MRs RODMAN KEENON of returned yesterday from relatives in Alabama n Christmas spent in the with the roses yet hv j experience for typical Ken- T Journal MRS DAILEY HUTCHISON Is very ill Miss NANNII BAILPY returned to Louisville yesterday Cot D W TRIIIIILK of Richmond was tho guest of his sister Mrs P P Nunnelley PROKJ W IRELAND and brldo ar rived Saturday and have rooms at tin St Asaph MRS A G EASTLAND returned to Louisville yesterday after n visit to Mrs George D Hopper ASHLEY C LILLARD who is comman dent of tho military school at Mexico Mo was here with relatives ADAM PKNCK JR had one of his legs badly sprained while working with his gasoline engine yesterday Mu WILL SEVERANCE wife and Miss Virginia Pickett arc at Corbin with Mr and Mrs A II Severance- IN remitting his subscription to March 1907 Col R M Jackson of London says Send it on I could not do with out the I J Miss V IKAHiAummoK entertained Miu Sara Herring of Dr dinner on Dec 31 LOCALS PLKASI return fence stretchers George H Farris oafpocket knives just received P G Warner Son Tim Methodists held praise service at their church at C oclock yesterday morning Houst of six rooms tobacco and corn land for rent J S Murphy McKinney Fort SALE Second handed Radiant Homo heating stove In good order E C Walton FOR ItESTCottnjte near depot formerly occupied by Mrs Pnttie hays P P Nunnelley FOR SALE Jersey cow with young calf strictly firetclass W II McKin fey Stanford Ky To FARMERS Please return our sacks or call and settle for them J II Baughman Co FOR RKNTThe storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office TUB Misses Van Dcvcor will movo their millinery store to tho corner room in the Commercial Hotel building FOR SALE OR IhNTDr J K Van Arsdales residence Possession given at once Apply to L It llughes Stan ford Ky RKSOLUTIONS passed by the Knights of Pythias on tho death of Mr E H Beazloy wore crowded out this issue but will appear Friday Bio WAununusHMr W II Tray lor tho clever distiller is having erect ed nonr his distillery a big warehouse that will hold 6000 barrels of whisky ANOTHER SALOON The upper room of tho livorystablo occupied by J II Boone is being repaired and improved preparatory to Dan Hester of Kings vlllo opening n saloon In it lie will apply for license Thursday night FOR SAIUA column quarto Cottrell Press in fair order an 8x10 Gordon Job Press n six column quarto older a three horse power gut or gasoline engine threehorse electric motor type stones stands cases nnd chases Printers should investigate W P Walton Frankfort Ky BAUOIIMAN C Baughman of this place was elected cashier of the McKinney Deposit flank to succeed Mr 0 G Harrison who will take tho cuahiership of a bunk In Indiana Mr Baughman spent consid crnblu time in the First National Bank of this place several years ego and ought to bo able to fill the responsible position creditably He is a sober in dustrious and clever young man and his many friends wish him success In his chosen line E J Tanner was elect ed president F M Ware 1st vice pres- Ident Dr J C Barker 2nd vice presi dent and S M Owens secretary Reu ben Williams was elected a director in tho place of J W Bailey J S Mur phy in place of Dr C M Thompson and J C Coulter in Mr Blackburns stead The rest of the old directors wore reelected Tho bank is in a healthy condition and its stock is hard to get at any reasonable price TrC CL Our Customers Tlio ono thing needful to the nicrehatuliso busincs have made the year that is now cloying one of the very best in tho history ol our biuiness Wo have put forth our best cflbrts to got what you want and ut the prico you wont and you have 16no tho teat Without you our efforts would have been in vain What can we do for you Wo will do this we will try to do oven bettor in 1000 Again thanking you for your liberal patronage we ask you to call again Pi SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I iINsrlCT 1llarrodsburg bloomSouth tuckiansFrankfort WP CltosHNMrharry WORK on a new hotel at Lancaster with begin in a few days OLIVKU plows for Spring plowing just arrived W II Higjjins LOST between land and Mc Cormacka church a black laced boot No9 Leave at this office Tttu supervisors Messrs John Bright Sr Sidney Dunbar J T Brown W P Grimes and Joseph Coffey begun their labors yesterday TUB ladles aid society of tho Baptist church will meet with Mrs Cicero Reynolds Friday afternoon at 230 Mrs E J Brown spcy WANTKD Bright oncstyoung man from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids la LOST between T M Penningtons and J W Alcorns residence pair of black undressed kid gloves Leave at this office and receive reward Yoim attention is called to the ad vertisement of Mr R M Ncwlard agent for the Mutual Life Insurance Co of New York one of the strongest and best companies in the world Miss LUCY school at Mc Cormacks closed on Friday before Xmas A nice program of songs dialogues speeches and music was rendered The children received a treat The prizes were won by Misses Eva Moser and Rosa Burk- eItMNESMr James Raines a splen did man and citizen died at his home In the Noala Creek section Sunday aged 69 Ho is survived by a wife and a number of children Mr Haines was a member of the Christian church and a consistent one Ho served one or more terms as magistrate of this county and made a good one The funeral will be preachhd at the home at 1030 this morning by Eld J G Livingston after which the remains will be laid away to await the resurrection morn CUDAII CiiEKKrf The entertainment and Christmas tree given by tho Sugar Grove Sunday school was quite a suc cess John Bowen and family left for New Albany Ind to make their home Miss Annie Ware of Turnersville is visiting her sister Mrs Lena Adams Richard Chandler came from Lex ington and spent the holidays with the homofolks Miss Thusia Gooch of Gil berts Creek and Miss Fannie Hixon of Lebanon spent Christmas with Miss Lola Chandler Fred Bailey is very ill with malarial fever TUB slopThChristmas slop at Waltons Opera House Friday evening was a brilliant and enjoyable occasion and will long be remembered by the 50 or more couples that tripped the light fantastic to the sweet strains of music furnished by the Second Regiment Orchostra of Frankfort The beauty and chivalry of this section was well represented and the mazy waltz was indulged in until the weo sma hours Tho boys have every reason to feel proud of their Christmas hop which was one of the host over given in Stan ford BROOM FAcrouvMrS P Gray has leased of Henry Anderson n twoI story building 20x30 on East Main Street and in a short while will have his broom making business in operation in it Ho will make from 25 to 30 dozen brooms per day and give employ ment to eight or 10 men Mr Gray went to Barbourvillo Sunday to closeout his store and hereafter will devote his entire attention to broom making lie has been engaged in the business hisIchants both wholesale and retail Wo hope and believe his enterprise will provo n paying one TUB following dispatch was sent rom Danville to the Courier Journal and wo give it for what it is worth William Simpson was arrested by Marshal Lair of Hustonvillo on a charge of forging his fathers name to a document authorizing the Clerk of Lincoln county to issue a marriage license to the youth Simpson and Miss Smith daughter of Widow Smith of the Burnt Cabin section eloped to Stanford where they were married Judge Harrison Simpson father of the groom was so angered that he swore out a warrant for the arrest of his son The groom is 19 years of age and the bride 1C and all arc prominent JBRING your prescriptions 0to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best service LOST between J E Lynns and town a ladys tan rain coat Leave at this office Mutts vrnr laundry will be cash now have to pay cash for it and must collect as I go Ed Wilkinson TUB fiscal conrt is called to meet at the court house Saturday morning at 9 oclock to transact important business Tim Logan Dry Goods Cos stock of goods at Lancaster was bought at pub lie sale by Mr J M Logan whose son will continue the business after adding largely to the stock ALL of the county officers elected Nov 7th have been sworn in and they took hold of the reins of government yesterday We shall have something to say about the retiring officers in Fridays paper TUB gross earnings of tho First Na tional Bank for the last six months were 649783 A dividend of four per cent will be paid out of same and the balance carried to undivided profits The surplus and undivided profits are now 151GO A stray dog to my place Xmas day lie is black Water Spaniel part right front foot white and small white spot on his breast Owner can get him by paying for this ad and his keeping Addross T G Bruce Junction City Ky Box 105 UtnnMr Richard Bibb for many years a splendid citizen of the Tur ncrsvillo section of this county died at Nashville Friday of heart trouble The interment took place in the Allensville cemetery Todd county this State Mr Bibb is survived by a wife and three daughters His many friends in this county sympathize with the family and feel that they also have sustained a great loss Deceased moved to Nashville some eight or 10 months ago in or der to be with his two married daughters who live there Sale of Franchise For Traction Railway Jan 8 1906 hixoliil TITIII Llnrolimmnty IlMolourt held IS lliiX Hon Jntuim T llnllcr JiuUf IrcHldln with llio following Jiull ersuf mho Coos towlt W II Wnliln J A Iniililiriir FIICornpton41 Ilcmley Ti istisyJtlots White came Into court nml applied for n franchise ix rmlttlit the coii truetlonof u Truelion or Interurlwn Ilnuul railway over the turnpike roads of Lincoln county tht court IxilnR mlvllfd upset motion of w I h It HoiiKley It is onlrntinod ml indued by the court tint u fnnehl for tin puriKXMk heretofore stated lx granted nod Million tin iJinonnter t Stanford tmnplko roil from the Ulrrnrel and Lincoln llnu to the corporate limit of tit city of Stanford nod ulxoun Stanford l lx IllvcrGarrard County A White Oak turnpike rood to till corporate llmltH of tin town of HowlamI nlMxm tin Stanford Oral Orchard turn pike road on deft portion of tin road lie twwii the towns of Howlnnd and Stanford nlioou the Stanford II u4tnnei le t urn pike rood from the cor rale llmltx of the city of Stanford to tin coriiorutt Ilinltnof tin town of UiKtonvllIc 1110 on the Hitstonvllle t llriulfordivllle turnpike road from the cur iMiniU llmlUof the town of Ilimtonvllle to tlit ns county IIII RIo on the IhiMon vllleV tiirMnterMrwk turnpike ronil from the roriMinitu limit of the town of JliMon vtllo to the lnsey county llneul o over tho TnnuTHVllli1 McKlnniy A Mt Snlem turn pike road and the Hiintonvlllu A CotTuyV Mill turnpike road from Mt Salem to the U11rycotety line nl o over the Stanfonl Ilnllsiup dko roil from tin corporate limits of theca of staufonl to tin former termlniKof Milil rond thencovir the HlRli turnplko road to the rlirlitofwiJy of the OlnclnnatlNewOrlMins A Texiu 191clllc Itallroad nt w11ynshtrg- also over the county runt nt or near ItenlMii rurtuto tin rulniKl OUlll line at or nonr KulMiuk The fninchlM hereby KUHted Khali Mutt as an entirety or whole et pub lic IIUIf at the courthouso door In thu city of Mtanford1 y rill cash to the high rst lIullI lihlder after loving advertised the same th 1v lice mu In the IiTntulIhHHsArlfllln ly newxiMilMr at this date publldhed In Lin coln county four coimecutlvo times priced lute of mile of Mild ranchlm nml by DiTutetl notlei ptshI nt tho court c door kltine by the Irrk of the Lincoln cotintv court Said salt to Iw made at the regular January term Ittt of the Lincoln county court UMIng lit hthdny of Jiinuiiry IliH utl cluck PM standard tlmo Illexprenxly undiTnttxxl that the purchaimr or imrchiuerH of t his franchlo hllll htlllI work u good faith within ismonthstnim tliftlnte of sale and pro route wane With dtllKOIlco In goal faith to the completion of the work and tocomplete name within t yours from ilnlu of solo tTimu the fiilluro of the pur chawr or pure uts rs of Mild franchise to complete Mild road us above utiited sold franchise to iHCoiue null und volt lilt furthermore rxpreii cd and understood tint If the inirchnwr or purchiuer of this friui chlhii itliull hive e0ulet sl construction of road and have MUIIO In oixr- rJinwlthhttltelhtnsoftime rhove hpecl 1vl front Stanfonl rltlhtofwiiy of tieOlnilnnatl New Orleans A Texan 1a clllo llallroad tho fallur to vonstruct a line of roidonany or nil of the routes henln dcMgimtwl not oiKnitoiu n forfeiture of n frilnchUo over tho linen or routes on which n lino of runt had born constnlctvl nnd Inonoriitlon Mulct solo shall Iw mmlo ylhoclerk of this court who Id illrectwl to reixirt to tho next term of this Ousts itiaHCOOIKK Ulerk KUcal Court sly K II IViinlnfiton BC t Those Who Wait To buy Cloaks Suit Skirts or Furs dont have as large a line to select from but tho big cut in price compensates fur thie loss of great variety lit mutiny caeca tho price is just onehalf These arc just us good and stylish us tiny shown this season but our unvarying rule to carry none over calls fhr a small price I NEW STORE We have secured tho store room adjoining our presentqunrterst and shall in about ten days connect the two and use the new room for a SnOB STORE This additional space will enable us to carry larger stocky in jill our lines InsClothing and Shoes especially we shall enlarge With larger stocks and better facilities for waiting on the trade we are in a position to give our customers the best possible service We offer the best goods obtainable for the prices asked and with our new stocks shall show by far the largest nnd best assortment o- fCLOTHING SHOES HATS and FURNISHINGS IN STANFORD We bespeak for ourselves n liberal patronage during 1905 CUMMINS i MCCLARY Continuedt Sale ON Japanese Ware Furs arjd- t Shoes We have a small stock of the above named articles left and while they last they will besold exactly at cost Buy them now and SAVE MONEY i LM HUBY COr- y Goods NotionsFive and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky dH The Interior Journal Entered in tte PottOffice at Staiford at Nfondclau matter J U 1I1H1IKI TUKMUAYH AND KHIDVVH AT 100 PER YEAR CASH 3FWhen not ao paid 200 will be charged E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford aeJ H IOONE I COs Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBbE Stanford Kv Good Livery Serrtcc at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street AUo Dealer In O LIBDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Dopot Street STANFORD Kr Special attention to Commercial fenJYour patronage is solicited on commisnion Stock Pena In Connection RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBilITY Toll world admire men who are strong la pbytlol mental and nerro Corr i men of ambition energy prnooalJragnelllml the true type of vert tct manhood To the cm riuult Ii good bralthr IDOIItalldlopmentaMmer nun Prttratlan alaplan and other trouble due to OTfrworkamoklntrdratf nablt and over lowsllake rich halt hjr blood lid repair vasted no rrf-Knnillr rood for women InoUe free tfitrantefLTfLH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAOO UI A roe BALE AT FEINTS DRUG BTOBB JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them n Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY ed CCeary Undertaker Embalmer and Denier in HarnefsSaddleiy 0 STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone lei Rome Phone 35 STRANGE ADVICE Dr C O Green Its alert yersonal attention to Its gledt huw1ultarfan contraC IIn our Almanac for many years pastwe have hen unusual advice to those ted with coughs colds throat or lun troubles or consumption We have told them if they did not any special benefit after the Use of one bottle of German Syrup to consult their doctor CJWe did not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles as is the case in the advertising of many ether remedies Our confidence in Ger man Syrup makes it tlossiMe for us to such JVc know by the ex Dtrience of over 35 years that one 7 cent bottle of German Syrup will speedily re icye or cure the worst twtmchUl or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrupwill work wonders qNew trial bottles 3505 reg ular size 75C At all druggists For Sale at Pennys Drug Store ryweA yr t lriaia PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ClMturl and mutt the half a lunulnl froth KpTcr Fall s to fleitor Oray Hair to It Youthful fJI I di nwt 6kandoat I UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good an new for u small amount I can Bx your umbrella batter than the tram repairers and for teas money Olre me a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford StockholdersMeeting A meeting of the atockholdors of lhp flrsl Nutloiml Hnnkot Htmifortl will Iw hold III their blinking house the svconcl TttCMinjr InI Jitminry for thu purpose of Ilvctln directors for tho en JOHN J McllnReutsOnshler NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBSE ft CLAnKSONl- rcnJUNCTION CITY KIt ilrl01iisa Turnout at Reasonable Hatei Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Sale Stablo Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonably rates H F HILLEN MEYER i SONS Blue Crass Nurseries Letngron KY Jfler for the Full of 1W8 n full stock of fruit uul ornniiienlnl trees Knii vlnvi iiipurn gu small fruits rhubarb Khmlis etc W employ no g Ills but Mell direct to thu planter Cntnlogue on npiillrutlon Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ronilymnde clothing when then Is so llttlt tllllerenci the price of high IlollotiVInter goals I con make front n low prlci buintseult to the II Ufa t dross suit Also nvroonU trousers and fancy vents The oniimiy I represent Isuneof tho best II C RUILEY th Tailor HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I I iltttilrv to sell rlvotely hotel proper I y anti livery stable In Ilulonvllie log can be tlwtllll hotel or private residence mil Is well iirniiiniil for two families Hta hue lute a stalls mud Is In goal repair Ilen Iy water nt bnrn nnil hotel If hounr Is not old by Jon 1st will rent It for ono year onso and burn newly covered Hotel U In Irnded Hohool district For further pnrtlc linn cull on or nddres- sIIliCKPFNTF IL Iliutonvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE I will sell at imrtlon at my farm on the Stanford A CrabOrchanl pike two mile from Crab Orchard on- 1YNUNKHhAY JAR 101101 One goal work 11111101 combined honomlll row rtvsh n lot of 2 soud yeiirlln mules oiiif ymrlliitf cattlu stoorlId lnll irs 10 barrels of corn lot of lulled mllle hey 3 shacks of mixed hay timothy am clover lot of fodder farming Implumeiitu LonsUtliis of a mower oultmiton plows waoiielc and Imrntvn bumUlo of noiMehold and kltehon furniture Ac Jr not sold privately iMfore I will mho toll nq forum of liMaereg food residence rind out houtoii on It Iind Is all Infract but elijli iicrin Hide will Igln at ocliwk hari Term made known on tiny of sale II JHMITIf tmb tircliard Ky J I Cliniullxr Aucr Do You Want a Home If any o own furnlDli you ono any hind you want We live for axle grnit varlet of fnrnnsdwehIhu- slousts Ituslness lioiue and btishun prop If You Want a Farm wrllt tu what kluld of a place you ant look lug for what Uu wlmt lmiroviin nt where loontedbow intieli are willing to nvest and any othur srtlnentlnfunnnllonI- Pe hnve farms of nil shtee charaoter and prices and we arc certain to Interest you If ore on the market A iHittill wand will 1011 you one of our printed IUU UKNTUAkKY ItKAI KHTATK OO K VOUNO 1nwliliiit l lmnon Ky PUBLIC SALE Two Houses and Lots and 33 Acres of Land in Stanford Ky vwiii on MONDAY JAN Iwttlll the hours of UIA end 2 i in rout of the coiirthonw door In tIlnII fur Jiy tull at nubile unction to tilt highest ildder tilt House nut Iot In Stanford Kv vhlirh In now oifuplftl by J M llrtiue It rcmts the public Miinru The house N ii lent cut ttigt with six riMmm Alan tin hone Ind lot now occupied lIy1 WaterH on the forth side of Kiist IIIIII Htreet adjoining Iho lot of Him Ha mn And alxnit al acres on tho North stilt of Eat Muln UllhItl cresof Inns will llrst lie Ita red separately then aa a whole tied bid or irlnulllK the ntnst will In accepted 1ht house and lot occupied by I M llruce lie sold h llsal- fTIIl51Hnathlyd cnnh remainder in IWo Installments payable In fl and It iionths onlnondswith iKiir Interest from dole of stilt payablH to 1 ii McltolKrts aniiit and secured by Hen propertyDeed to is ntnilt on coinpllancv hv the purchater with terms of sale Iostesslon to on or Is fort Fob 3 ll HOHKHT V 1UKDOM fly HU Warren fact MAILY M ItUIKJK IJMltUUOK a FARMERS DEPARTMENT Hlmyar the noted thoroughbred stat lion is dead Over 30000 was paid out In Mont gornery county last fall for turkeys FOB SAUVFive twoyearold mules ready for market J F RigneySon Stanford The great horse Diamond Jubilee owned by the King of England sold for 150000 W B Hanger of Richmond sold to- G B Parriot of Huntington W Van jack tor 750 Fon SALE21 cotton mules two yearold past ready for market E T Pence Stanford For sale at a bargain 60 acres of land with small house in suburbs of lIusI tonville Ky Mrs F B Barnette The American hen according to Sec retary Wilson laid 181 dozen eggs for everyman woman and child in the United States Steps were taken at a meeting of to bacco growers at Versailles to organize what shall bd known as tho Burley Tobacco Growers Union of Kentucky A bull between ono and two years old cs tray Since April last was taken up by me Owner can get him by pay ing for this notice and his keep T J Culton Crab Orchard J R Whipp has sold his livcrystable- to Murphy Bros who will hereafter conduct the business R L Murphy bought 130 hogs at 31 to 4 eta and 10 butcher cattle at cIiberty News From Richmond 271500 pounds of turkey were shipped during November and December to Eastern markets for which 40725 or an average of 15 cents per pound was paid to farmers wivesB Fox sold this week to Landrum S Nesbit of Spartanburg S C a pair of 5 yearold geldings for 1500 He also sold to Lincoln county parties a four fearold gelding by Dignity Dare for 2G0AdvocateR the Shelby City sec lion has bought of H C Inglchcart the wellknown breeder of Imported Duroc hogs a lot of his best individuals and will devote some of his time to rais ing that popular breed of swine FOR SALE Improved Duroc Jersey red shoats 20 from to 90 pounds subject to register Price 10 per single pig 15 per pair or 20 for three irdercd at one time Order at once and get the best R 11 Bronnugh Crab Orchard Ky Fon SALE About 11 acres of land me mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well end all necessary outbuildings Places right on pike This is a good homo end n cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky and Directors J R Paxton J B Owslej H Shank W O Walker Deo W Cartel t H Foster L O Oooob II Oumralni W M Bright R L nubble w U Shank has made up his mind to sell It cnn be bought at n bargain Forprice etc sec or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky E P Woods has bought for the American Hemp Co the following crops of hemp Bickley Williams Smith 82 acres Win McCormack 18 acres W L McCarty 20 acres D G Cover 10 acres Joseph Ballou eight acres J G Lynn Jr 10 acres Henry Anderson six acres W P Grimes 20 acres Matt Myers 35 acres Embry Bros 15 acres T A Rice 15 acres Grimes Bcnzlcj five acres Price paid 460 to 180 Americas National Champions For 1905e Amateur AthleticsMarlin J Sheri danAutomobilingWebb Jay Baseball Napoleon Lajoi BilliardsCharles F Conklin Bowling Charles Anderson BoxingJames J JclTries Chess Frank J Marshall Cycling Frank L Kramer Golf open Willie Anderson Golf amateur II Chandler Egan Golf woman Miss Pauline Mack ey NicolI C E Orr Skating professional Norvnl flap tie I Skating amateur Morris Wood SwimmingC M Daniels Tennis Bcals C Wright Tennis womens Miss Elizabeth Shooting R U Barber Is tomaohTroublcsand Consti pation- Chatnliorlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets are the best thing for stomnuh troubles and constipation I have over soul says J It Cullman druggist of Pottervillu Mich Thoy aro easy to take nod always give satisfaction toll my cutomors to try them and If not satlslaotory to come back anti gut tholr money but have nevor hail a complaint For salo by all druggists Why do you beat your wife every morning before breakfast Well you see Judge I always feol pretty strong after eating anti Im fraid that I would lick hor too hart If I waited An ugrveublo movuntent of thebowels without any unpleasant oiled is pro duced by Chamborlnlns Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by nil drug glsts v Green Burton killed Banloo Tarter with a thrown rock in Pulaski r II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 96OOOO Successors to The Farmers flank A Trust Company cod under same management continuously for 36 year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital StocK 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank ot In ISSff then reorganized as the National flank of Stanford In and again reorganized as the First National Bulk ot Stanford In 188Z having had practically an unlnter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better now with fllclllties for Uanlllct IDR bUllnenlJromltlyBnd well than ever before In Its tong career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers H SIIANK3Presidm J B Iaxton Vice President w M BKIOHTOaihl W O WALKER Aet Cnlli Officers J 9 UOOKRB Pst8 T HAIIIIM V Pro J J McllOBKUTH Ohr W II VKAUKNAnstOhr Directors r Held Danville T hauls Sanford J Rocker Stanford K Ji Tanner McKinney S1D FHuiore Stanford 8 II Baughinan Stanford T P Stanford Jos Iloblnsou Rubble J n Ilauehman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri hvI MoRoberts DRUGGIST RTANFORD UNRIVALED DISPLAY of Mechanical and Musical Toys Toy Books Dolls Doll Furniture Etc a- tWILL N CRAIGSDruggist and Optician r I Condition of Lincoln County National thetAt Close of Business HESOUUCES Loans and discounts 27GGS 14 Overdrafts 14331 2S U S Bonds 50000 00 Banking house furniture nnd fixtures 3300 00 Due from banks Gl192 52 Duo from U S treasurer 2500 00 Cash 23Gfo 59 3SG28 53 for 1 interest ex change 7oo 48 bent 2i 00 7C3l 48 a LIAIllLlTIIa 1SUl1ilusHank repairs 300 00 tIndividualHank deposits 21132 99 200408 00 382C23 53 KIStatement of Earnings the Past Six Months Discounts und Suspended recovered OK AS FOLLOWS rOISIIosim and fund to pay taxes 2908 47 Suspended debt 332 GOSCharge oft furniture fixtures 200 00 louse repairs 300 00 a Dividend No 15 a per cent 1500 00 Surplus fund 2000 00 Undivided frofiU BO 51 7031 48 Wo invite our attention to the foregoing statement as tho results of our past six months business We would be pleased to have you n an account with us We can olTcr you every facility for the prompt nnltlloarcul transaction DepositBoxesand valuable pnlwrs W 1t BRIGHT Cashier l Condition of tho tl First Natonal Bank of Stanford Ky On Dec 30th 1905 D3OOCE3O3 lUMOUBGHB + Loans and dboountg 100t0918IStooks and bond 9SB5 H Othoc real estate 4900 00tOverdrafts 7833 14 I 18B218UO U S Bonds 4100000- Ircmium w on U So bonds lCOO 00 Honking House und Fixtures 5036 00 Duo from Banks 380570 Duo froiruU S Treasurer S050 00 Cash on hand 2391157 Total 2S7im80U- AIIIIITUB + Capital Stock f 8000000 Surplus Fund 10000 00 Undivided 1rofiU IJ60 SO U ISO SO Circulation 41000 txi Individual Diparite S1CG008 M Bank Deposits 14819 40 7090F- NirHl to pay tauI M1o101 V Total 91161 fa UMOIKIB OroM Kiirhlngs this six menthe 0407 81- Net Earninfea left over lat six month 8Q1B 87 Total 1011880 DISIOSHD p OP A8 roixovxs Dividend 41ar cont 2000 00 Tax s pall 264 S4 Pahl 11 3177 10 tp Reduced Premium Ills Undivided Irofltc 6180 00rJ J Mcllotorta C- uhrBARGAINS 1 i A fow Hargniuu Halt will Ito of ititorast to volt when you come to my stag Moils Ovwrnnts StiO and up Hoys OvorroaU 8SoO und up Mens Suits S 4 and up Youth Suit tiiU nnd up114C nnd Children Suits 81 und up Mens SS Corduroy Pants cut to 8Ua5 Mens SJtO Corduroy Firtt cut to 82 dens g2 Corduroy rants cut to 8130 Mens SlfiO Corduroy r Lants cut to 8126 two Air Cunluroy Knee Iauld for POe MMID Duck Working Coats SI BOIl Lwifurt Tfte anti up Wo suave just received u large shipment of Silk Muillera and Ncokwunr A oompleto Hno of Shuw anti DrV Goods Our motto IK Tn Sell lIt Beat GomU for the Lcact Money Com tee IIIlIt be convinced tt Yslsi 1WI5aJn SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KYI DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS worklinenmade them and all who ever used them swear by them You cant use any other kind if want to do the belt work IIATCiIETS OInLCfS SAYS DliSJiEE81LLS o GEORGE HII FARRIS Do Stanford Kentucky