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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 5 1906 NO 94 MRS J S CARPENTER A gentle loving spirit left its frail body when that of Mrs Mattic Carpen ter took Its light to the house of many mansions We who havo known and loved her and have seen her In all the different phases of life sorrowfully realize our loss but mingled with this feeling is one of joy for what she has gained As n girl her lovely character drew around her a host of friends and there nro many who will never forget i the happy hours spent In her fathers hospitable home at Peytons Well tier married lifo was quiet and retiring and it was in her horns that the fine qualities of mind and heart were devel oped One beautiful characteristic her life was hur steadfast and devoted friendship how loyal she was to those whom alio loved and now freely she gave them her hornfa purest affection i Husband and children mourn the loss oft a faithful wife and tender mother and very precious will bo her memory to IItho relatives and friends who loved her so Green bo the grave above thee Friend of my girlhood days None know thee but to love theo r None named theo but to praise A FiUBNO Huftonville Jan 1st 1000 Resolutions Of Respect l ViiKUUA8it has pleased our Heavenly Father to cnn from our midst unto Him self our beloved brother knight K It Hcazloy and whereas our brother wns one of our most devoted and faithful members therefore be it resolved that Diadem lodge No 81 extends to the be ronvod family of our brother our heart 2Inlt sympathy and sincere condolence their hour of dbttroM ltd It rwolved that In the death of our bfBtlitr knight this lodgohas lost one of Iw mot oAcbnt and oanioit workers In the work we have to do In the ulovn t lion and betterment of utandkind and further i UK it resolved that a copy of those Irratetatiwu be es bodied In the minutes r Utb twig and copy be published In the INTXRIOK JOUKNAI nnlla tran t strlpt sent to tit widow WOe the undersigned spoctal commit tee do hereby nubecribo our names this 28th dayof December 1906 0 E Tate J C McCIftry J S Rice John S WiN in responsible for ti story of a banquet of humorists at I which one man refused so much as to smile at the beet jokes which were offeredf Why dont you laugh man one of the party remonstrated I How ran laugh when I remember that ovary time I breathe some one txiasos into the Grunt Beyond The humorist looked at the gloomy ono a moment then remarked DW you ever try ctovatf A Bargain If you wish to buy a bArgain ill you have to do U get IniUle of Dr CaMwMls laxative Syrup lVntn and use It at Uw tract alga rd bead lnaio AteiliHtSfi connllpftUon biliousness IndiirrtUun eta This small InvdoU meat will Iw the licit binRain you overbought for It vrlll bring you health nt n nomlunl east Try tt Sold by U LIVnny Stanford nod C W Adams Husionrilto at Me Mod 91 Money back If It falls An American scads on an average 1lron year for food u Frenchman 48 a Ge an 15 n Spaniard g83 nn Italian tJl find a Russian 10 The American oats 100 pounds of meat a year the Frenchman 87 pounds the f German G4 pounds tholtnlianSS pounds and the Russian 51 pounds Of bread tho American consumes 380 pounds lthoFrenchman 560 pounds the German pounds the Spaniard 480 pounds tho Italian 400 pounds and the Russian C55 pounds Interesting News It will Interest all reader of tho In terior Journal to hear that at last a genuine dire for Constipation Indi gestion Liver Complaint Hoadaeht anti IHHousness has been found In Or j CahUvoll8 laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a pleasant tonic purifying syrup with a mild action and no had after olTcetH Sold by OI 1enny Stan ford and CV Adams Hustauvllle at fOo and l Money Mick If It hills A Charleston woman has shot her husband because he would not give her a kissOh well ho is better oil now so Well If ho had given her a kiss the next thing would have been a new bon netSmithWasnt the audience shocked 1when who speaker presented the naked JonesNo You see ho clothed It in pretty warm language Who uponVa lark t night Should note of warning A lark at night wont prompt a wight t To rise with It next morning t I Mrs Whitt Writes Entertainingly From Her New Home In The West STKOUD OKIWV DEC 291 will ac cording to promise write a letter to tho I J In regard to our new Western home We left Crab Orchard Nov 8th and did not arrive hero until the evening of the 12th We Were delayed by a wreck just ahead of us In Arkansas which made us Into Upon arriving wo found this a very prosperous town of 2500 inhabitants The climate Is line Have not had any cold weather since wo have been hero We had worse weather before we loft Kentucky than we have had here Hut very few have killed hogs the weather not being cold enough to keep the meat Cotton is the principal product there being more money In cotton than anything else Vegetables do well Everybody raises two crops The cotton is not nil picked yet Some fields are white whllo sonic have been picked gellfroma worth fl60 to ft per 100 pounds in the seed corn J50 to UGc per bushel best grade of flour 240 per 100 pounds po tatoes 120 por bushel meat sugar coffee lard and other groceries are about the same as in Kentucky There is lots ot game hero such as wild ducks turkeys jack rabbits quail squirrel sonic few doer and wolves Louis and John Turnbull old Lincoln county boys took a hunting trip to tho Creek Nation to n largo lake of ICO acros and killed nine ducks one turkey and crippled a deer but of course they let the big game get away I have hoard this country spoken of is being very windy I do not see any difference In It and Kentucky onlYlo much nicer weather and I novor met nicer more social people in my life It has also been said that this is a heath en country There are five churches in town nod In the country there are no churched but all the school houses are built to bo need for devotional services The general health of tho people is goed except In tho lowlands where it ovorllowH and where there is malaria and chills Louts said they had to kill u man to start u grave yard We are still living in town but have bought a farm and will mono to it Tuesday E O Singleton and family have rented a farm and will try raising cotton Indians are very numerous horn but they are civilized Some aro highly educated They have a school at Sac d Fox It la amusing to see tho Indian women with their babes on a board or plank under their arms and when the babes gut older they fasten thorn on their backs They all go bare headed and none of them will work Somo of the old men wear rings In their ears and nosy Wo have rural routes here Everything Is up to unto for a now country As It has been settled only eight years tho houses are not very good in the country except the ones very recently built Tho people who came hare at the opening of the country built huts to hold tholr land and not many have built and where you sue n new house you will see a cabin nearby whore they had first lived This Is sold to be a groat fruit coun try but for tho lust two years It has been n failure on account of the ox tromoly cold weather The winters as a general thing are very mild but last winter is said to have been tho worst since the opening of tho country Pea nuts grow fine hero Nearly every one raises them and they sell at per bushel eggs are 25c per dozen and but ter 20 and 25c Cream soils by the pound They uo cream separators and sell the cream at 20 and 22c per pound This is a line day It looks like one of our spring days in Kentucky I wish nil of my friends a happy New Year MRS LKWIS WHITT Contracted roniaDiarrhoea While in the Philippines Whllo with the U S Army in the Philippines I contracted chronic diarrhoea I suffered severely from this terrible disease for over three years and tried tho prescriptions of numerous physicians butfoundnothlnjr that did mo any good until I tried ChfimhorlntnB Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy two small bottles of which entirely cured mo and I have slnco hud no return of the disease Herman Stein 212 X Union Ave Pueblo Colorado For sale by nil druggists The marriage rate Is higher In England than elsewhere being 15 per 1000 In most other countries it varies from 7 to 10 per 1000 Tho highest birth rate according to a volume of statistics referring chiefly to foreign countries a sued by the British Board of Trade is In Roumania 39 per 1000 That coun try also has the highest death rate 277 per 1000 The lowest marriage rate is in Sweden where it is 9 per 1 000 r NEWS NOTES For the first time In 20 years pro hibition is in effect at Sharpsburg Burglars blew up n bank building nt Bainbridge 0 but secured no booty Germany placed orders last week for 20000 freight cars at a cost of 850 000000 The street car strike at Paducah declared four months ago has been called oil- Twentyfive lives were lost in tho cyclone which swept over the little town of Albany Ga The American Bible Society is in debt and asks aid from all churches Sunday schools and friends of good causes Several white men were severely beaten at Savannah Ga for attempt ing to cross the line of n Negro parade Fright throw a boy who witnessed a murder nt Northport L I into such a deep stupor that he is unable to give testimony in court While serving on attachment Consta blo D T Boldon of Scott county shot and killed Ross Cook colored it is al leged In selfdefense In the will of the Date Charles T YorkoB in addition to the bequests to his family provision is made for nn art gallery and a hospital in New York City Mrs W L Hall of Louisville paralyzed with fear watched two burg lars ransack the room in which she and her husband and children wero sleeping The burglars got little of value John A McCall resigned the presi dency of the New York Life Insurance Company and Alexander E Orr was appointed In hie stead at a salary of CO000 a year McCalls salary was 100000 Caleb Powers some time ago sent papers to the Department of Justice with rOltumlodquestion was outside UK provlncoof tho department Tho United States SuprempCourt approved the decision of the Kentucky Court of Appear in the case of James B Howard charged with the murder of Gov Goebel Howard is under u sentence of life imprisonment Circuit Judge Parker of Lexington yesterday appointed B L Southgatc act as Special Commonwealths Attorney arid aid the grand jury in investi gating former Mayor Duncans charges against Fnyctto county olllcials Commander Lucien Young wijl re coke a letter of reprimand from Secre tary HonnpnrU1 tho courtmartial hav log found him guilty of n part of the specifications alleging negligence of duty In connection with the Benning ton disaster Jake Jerry and Green Noble brothers charged with the murder of Deputy Sheriff Grant Holliday about three weeks ago true to their promise surrendered to tho authorities at Jackson as soon as Judge James Hargis had retired from the honcho They had been in hiding in the mountains over since the killing OTTENHEIM Eld J G Livingston will preach at Pine Grove next Sunday They are putting a now tower on the Catholic church which will add greatly to tho beauty of the building Some sneaking cowardly scoundrel tore S M Chandlers and Wm T Whites mail boxes oil the posts and throw thorn In tho rond u few nights agoJohn Bowen and family loft for Now Albany Saturday with the intention of making that place their home We re gret giving them up Flem Cummins of Preachorsvillo paid this place a vis Saturday Mr Cummins is not much of a man to talk but we judgo from the way ho looked he admired our little town very much Leslie Tucker and Miss Margaret Holmes were married last week The bride is both handsome and popular and Mr Tucker is to bo congratulated on winning such a jewel for a helpmeet The groom is n clever and industrious young farmer nnd stands well in the community and his host of friends wish him a long and happy life Charley Russell of Indianapolis is visiting tho homefolks James Dye house of the Dripping Springs section was here with relatives Mrs G M Ballard after a weeks visit with her friends and relatives has returned to Somerset Miss Mangle Livingston has been able to make her second to Sunday School and resume her work as organist and Sunday school teacher Chamberlains Cough Remedy Absolutely Harmless Tho fault of glvlngchlldrcnmcdicino containing injurious substances Is sometimes more disastrous than tho diseases from which they aro suffering Every mother should know that Cham berlains Cough Remedy Is perfectly safe for children to take It contains nothing harmful and for coughs colds anti croup Is unsurpassed For sale by all druggists FRANCIS WEATHERFOUD The handsome nnd manly little son of Mr nnd Mrs J G Wtathorford of Hustonvillc who was appointed a page in tho House at Frankfort by Speaker Henry Lawrence IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ed Rochester aged 37 is dead of consumption at Nicholasville The wife of J II Hoskins presi dent of the Lebanon Junction Bank is deadJames Bass charged withmurdering James It York is on trial at Law renceburgDick was elected president of the Boyle National Bank Danville to succeed Boyle 0 Rodes deceased Seven horses and nine cattle were burned In tho barn of Henry Riley which went up in flames in Knox county W A Berkele formerly of Garrard but now a resident of Mobile Ala was thrown from a car and seriously injured Marlin Welch has tokl his grocery interests to Mr Josso Embry who will continue the business at the stand Danville News While hunting In Rockcastlc county Edward Sterry son of a wellknown man of Cincinnati accidentally shot and killed himself Gov Bcckham on the recommenda tion of Circuit Judge Moss of Bell county has withdrawn the offer of 500 reward for the arrest and conviction of Frank Ball charged with the as sassination of Jack Bolen n barber at Middlesboro Balls brothers say he will surrender in n few days RUBBLE Kelley Bros splendid blacksmiths have opened up their shop here and are ready to serve the public EMr F M Tinder will fill his np pointment at the Christian church Sun day afternoon at 230 oclock- T C Rankin and Robert Sloan arc in the South with n load of mules M B Eubanks has returned from Louis ville Tho party given by Misses Flqrence nnd Ada Spoonnmorc at their new country home Tuesday evening was a very delightful occasion Delicious ro freshments were served after which each guost was informed as to his future destiny ba noted palmist At u late hour nil returned to their homes delighted with the hospitality nnd the graceful way in which it wns extended Mr Wm Rivers of Franklin Ind is the guest of his sister Mrs W J Spoonnmore Mr Jas McKechnie nccompaled his sons Bona and Edgar to Harriman Tenn where they have entered college Everett Stone and Miss Sallio Mock of Lexington are visiting Miss Florence Spoonamore Otis Tarter of Mintonville was the the guest of his aunt Mrs J A Hammond MATRIMONIAL Humors that William R Hearst has decided to have a newspaper in Cin cinnati have been frequent but it is now understood that the plan is to bo consummatedFrank and Miss Matilda Elliott and Mack Elliott and Miss Stella Tombs all popular young people of the Mt Salem nnd Middlcburg sections were married by ono ceremony performed by Rev Gilbert Glass at Mr II C Baughmnns yesterday afternoon nnCORNS CuiiEOCorn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple nnd pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the 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 PennyI+ Of the 381982 members of the Young Mens Christian Associatin in America only 151126 are church members Musical Merchandise BanjosClarionetscordeons Concerlinas Harps Har TalkingMachinesUptoDate Records r A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B Finleyi Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky J gallons oil II Will send amount bv driver Exchange Jiio 10 plea e Hello Mr Rout is this ouIm for cash now are you esm That suits me exactly Send me JO pounds granulated sugar 100 2i llw No 1 flour 70 7 packages Arbuckles Colleo 100 7 cakes Brag Soap 25 i 25- SL20 J hanks call again at Corner Min and Depot Streets IW H HIGGINSCASH HOUSE I KENTUCKYL PFepreFor 1906 COAL AXD WOOD White Otk Cannel East Tennessee Jellico H G Jellico Mountain Ash Jellico Harrow Fork FEED Wheat Stnuv Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy Hay Mixed lily Corn Oats Bran Ship toil Hig4 Mixed Barley t BEST COW FEED OX THE MARKET Big4 Mixed Feed Ground Corn Oats Bran nod Barley for 75c per sack till Xmas Wo havo a Crusher and can llllnnthiug in the feed line Give us your order w GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY pm Pure Water I can furnish you n Filter that will make Pure Water in your cistern You hail bettor fix tip your gutter and got one of there Filters so us to get tho Winter and Spring rains 5 H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky GREETING I desire to express my thanks to the people of Stanford and Lincoln coun ty for their generous patronage extended mo in tho past and ask for a con tinuaiuo during the coming year Being letter equipped than over to meet the demands of my increasing husinei with tho bet goons to ho obtained in tho markets I shall always strive to please my customers bath in quality and price Wishing you nil n happy and prosperous New Year I nm Very respectfully George D Hopper Stanford Ky d m 0 tc I r7j- r rtc the Interior Journal E C WALTON GreenIIupceed J C S Blackburn receiving 59 votes to Blackburns 31 and W B liar demans 10 Only ono ballot was nec essary to bring about the result The administration made a terrific fight for Mr Paynter and won for him the Senatorial toga It also retired to private life Mr Blackburn who has wage war on Gov Beckham and his official acts for the past year or so The election of Henry Lawrence the administra tions candidate for Speaker of the House presaged the nomination of Mr Paynter but neither Messrs Haldeman nor Blackburn gave up the fight On the contrary they contested every inch of ground until the roll was called in their race The fight at times was very bitter and from the speech acknowl edging defeat Senator Blackburn Is not In a pleasing mood to say the least Following is a brief biography of Sena torelect Paynter Born in Lewis coun ty Dec 9 1851 and was in his youth a farmers boy He was educated in the common schools and at Centre College Danville though he never received his degree He was admitted to the bar in 1872 and in 1875 was elected county attorney of Greenup and served six years from 1876 to 1882 He was elect ed to Congress from his district in 1888 and served from 1889 to 1895 resigning two months before the close of his third term He was elected to the court of appeals in 1894 and in 1902 he was elect ed for a second term On May 26 1876 Mr Paynter married Miss Elizabeth K i Pollock Judge Paynter has two child ren one a daughter the wife of Mor ton Yontz assistant city attorney of Louisville and a son unmarried CONGRESSMEN are the last men who should accept passes from rail roads The Government pays them a liberal mileage rate and there is no excuse for placing themselves under suspicion In order to use their expir ing passes it is said that many Congress men hurried back to Washington before the close of the year Some of them get mileage enough to pay their f board while at the capital For in stance the members from Washington State get 141240 the Texas Congressmen an average of 800 while Prince Cupid who hails from Hawaii gets 231530 Tim Government supply ship sent to Panama by the Isthmian Commis sion took 36 work tables for ladies a packing case full of silver 5 oclock tea sets 20 dozen ladies night robes dress shirts suit cases toothpicks and finger bowls galore There is no mention of a steam shovels picks and other neces saries for digging the canal They will doubtless go later Money is flying in the canal zone at the rate of two shovels of it to one of dirt HATS off to that good democrat Joe T Embry who won a great race for Doorkeeper of the Senate He gavel his opponent McWaters an unmerci ful drubbing He was backed by splen did workers in Senator Hubble and Representative Alverson SENATOR BLACKBURN says he will dedicate the balance of his life to try ing to smash the machine at Frank fort Some of the Senators good friends should tell him how dead he is and that silence especially on his part is golden THE Manufacturers Record of Balti more finds that the value of farm j land in the South has increased 500000000 in the last few years The r South is destined yet to blossom in beauty and flourish like the green bay tree Gov BECKHAMS message is the at lest of the several State papers issued by Kentuckys model young governor POLITICAL t James W Wadsworth Jr was elects ed Speaker of the New York General 1 AssemblyA introduced in the State Senate to prohibit appellate and cir cult judges from taking an active part inpolitics All the election contests in Breathitt county have been withdrawn and in honor of peace a big ball was given at Jackson A bur to regulate tho investment of money collected in this State by the insurance companies is to be introduced in the Legislature at Frankfort The annual report of the State Inspector Henry B Hines just laid be a fore Gov Beckham shows the total amount in the State Treasury to be i 79912929The for jailer of Clay county between Peter House and Joe Lewis was decided in favor of the former as an independent and won i House ran 106 votes iGov Vardeman in his message to the Mississippi Legislature opposes the I spending of public money for the edu cation of the Negro holding that the Negro becomes more criminal as he ac quires education I v i i l o J hc4 President Roosevelt shook hands with 9052 persons at the New Years recep tion at the White House qt resolution was offered in the New York State Senate yesterday calling upon United States Senator Chauncey M Depew to resign After consider andIprobablysessionSecretary of State Daniel E Storms of Indiana refused to resign as requested by Gov Hanly because of al leged irregularities in his office The Governor forthwith ordered the Au ditor of State to withold the salary due StormsThe honor that has come to Judge Paynter is the culmination of a political career in whose vocabulary failure has had no place Ho has moved forward from one success to another until his largest ambitions have been realized by by a seat in the Senate as the successor of Joe Blackburn To the performance of the duties that are to devolve upon him Mr Paynter has pledged his best efforts and given his assurance that no act of his will bring discredit 6n the fair name of the State Louisville TimesJudge Thomas II Paynter was nominated for United States Senator by the Democratic joint legislative caucus in Frankfort Tuesday night on the first ballot The vote stood Paynter 69 Blackburn 34 Haldeman 10 David H Smith 2 Representative Barry voted for Ollie James afterward changing his vote to Blackburn The nominee accepted the honor in a brief speech and Senator Blackburn and Mr Halde man by invitation also spoke lIar vey McCutchen and Eli H Brown were nominated for Prison Commis that it Is all over we want to say that the only grounds for the report published in the Louisville Herald and copied in the Lexington Leader which said that a special Sunday afternoon edition of The State Journal was because of threats that deIfeatMiller for his political record was some idle talk by a member of The State Journal force who said it would be issued The facts are that no special edition was ever contemplated and the writer never heard of the matter till it appeard in the Louisville paper The State Journal never goes off half cocked If it had Intended to Issue such an edition nothing could have prevented its appearance Will the Herald and Leader please correct Frankfort Journal Some Recommendations in Gov Beckhams Message Abolition of local asylum boards and the establishment of a central Board of ControlThe of an addition to the Feebleminded Institute Appointment of the Board of Prison Commissioners instead of electing themEstablishment of normal schools if that can be done without trespassing on the school fund Abolition of tho school trustee sys temEncouragement for the Geological Survey and the department of Ag riculture Labor and Statistics Adoption of the recommendations of the Railroad Commission Establishment of a home for the treatment of persons aflllcted with appropriations for the Capitol buildingEmployment of a practical printer to assist the Board of Sinking Fund Com missioners Appropriation of 55000 for the His torical Society- Examination of State banks by the State Inspector and Examiner Prudent and conservative legisla tion as to insurance companies Change in the criminal law so that the trial Judge shall inflict the penalty Decrease in the number of challenges allowed the defense in criminal trials Restricting the right of appeal in criminal cases- Infliction of the death penalty in the Frankfort penitentiary alone Stomach areFor It may seem queer to you that most colds begin In your stomach but ita true Many a weak stomach chronic indigestion obstinate constipation etc weaken you all over and mako you an easy proy to any disease that may bo stalking around To cure a cold take a good dose of Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin u hot bath and a 1901 nights rest To prevent colds keep your digestion in good order with Dr Caldwolls lax alive Syrup Pepsin Quick relief for constipation biliousness etc Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Ilustonvlllc at SOu and 81 Money back if it fulls CARD OF THANKS We desire to humbly return our sincere thanks to the many friends at Pleasant Point and Highland who administered a helping hand thus through the sickness and death of our dear daughter Maggie Hutchison May God bless them all John A and Mary Singleton Kings ville l HUSTONVILLE Y W Burton bought 500 bales No 1 timothy hay from Rufus Lipp at 111 per ton Y W Burton will open a first class feed store at Moreland Ho expects to cater strictly to the demands of the trade and keep a well assorted stock himIdrcdsof Lincol will bo presented to tho honnrable fiscal court on Saturday next asking that they may have a voice in some affairs in this magisterial district as set fourth briefly in said petition Dont miss the Fiddlers and Dancers Contest at Alcorns Opera House on popularithe fiddlers and two to the dancers The judges are to be selected from the audience All entries must be made early as possible Address Manager Opera House Tho firm of McCormack Peacock has sold their stock of groceries and hardware to Rufus Lipns and Rowland Bishop who will continue the business at the old stand under the firm name of Lipps Bishop These gentlemen arc wellknown to patrons of our city and they ask a share of the trade will replenish their stock and TheyI the wants of the trade Messrs Cormack and Peacock will in the early Spring open a complete line of farming Implements wagons vehicles field seed etc These gentlemen desire to return their heartfelt thanks to their friends for their patronage and beg a continuance of same in their new line Events You can tell you are in for a dan gerous sickness as soon as you begin to sutler from headache constipation biliousness etc unless you quickly take Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin This most successful cure for all disorders of your digestive organs never falls to give relief from nil tho irritant poisons kept in by clogged byIMoney back If it falls George D Robinson of Garrnrd sold to Lemon Turner of Boyle a threeyearold Chester Dare stallion for 524The exact date of the next Worlds Sundayschool Convention is May 2025 1907 at Rome Italy- QUAItrERLY REPORT Of TIE TlE COED OJWH RD O NKING at the close of buslnes on Pre 10th 1003 RESOURCES 01Overdrafts 75DueooDueoMor1r3Itu tanking House anj Lot t51 to o0OtherSrecleItI W VJExcungeforllearingsItems carried as Cash tji00onFun3tuayTaxesrCurrentExrcn S 15110 fur lout ijuamr K5 In i t ra1Irl 6 1Oisl Give description location value sad how long owned all leal male nttttbanklg house and lot If any ownJ longer than live years LIAtllLITinS Capital Stuck paid In In cash JISCOO Surplus Fund 115300 UnJivMeJ Profits IDue Depositors as ollowsvlz Deposits subject lo check on which Interest Is not palJflllll aDeposits subject to check on which Interest Is paU 04000 Demand certificates of deposits on which Interist Is paid ouooocu Time certificates of deposits on which Interest Is paid ooooo co Savings deposits on which In terest Is pIJIH oco oo rtlf Checks ooooo oo 4tII IS Due National Hanks 181 li Due Stile Banks and Hankers oocoo oo Due Trust Companies ooooo oo 18 t Cashiers Checks outstanding a oo Hills rediscounted oo Unpaid JlvAtanlsr ooooo Taxes due and unpaid Caplul stick not paid 00 SlPPLGAIDNTARY Highest nount of Iitdebte4ness of any stockholder person company or firm On cluding In the liability of the company or firm the lIbllltyof the Individual mem suchIndetattuacamountHow Is Indebtedness staled In abase Item tuortgsge2101Jioval notrt See Sec sir Ky Statutes anyIlltclurdebtedness exceeds toper cent of palJ up capital stock of bank Note See Sec Kentucky Statutes How Is same secured Murtfate on real of Indebtedness of any person company or firm Including In the liability of company or the liabil ity of the Individual members thereof tx ceed u per cent of paidup capital an3- actual surplus to If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend I Were all expenses losses Jnterelt and taxes deducted Iherefrom lore d lag dividend and was not lest flan per cent otnet profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend Carried the surplus fund before salt dividend declared Yes 10ISee Sec Kentucky Statutes STATE OP KJNTUCKYfGMlSS County of Lincoln thankingCotown of Crab OrliarJ In said countybelng duly sworn says the foregoing retort In nil respects a true statement of the condition of sail tank at the close of business on the Win day of Dec cal to the best of his knowledge ant belief and further says that the business of S4ld hank lias been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice re ceived from the Secretary of SUit designating the 30th day of oo3 as the day on which such report shall be made W 31 MOKKH Uaiulir 1KRKINU CUKTIS OOVKK J II CoLMKR Directors lasonMorrisJOHN EIIMISTON Notary Public In ant for tlnoln county Ky My commission ex pyres Feb s6 1906 I rtehtir 1 I 1 19O5Is a thing of the past its only a memory and its said we are only remembered by what we have done To my friends patrons let me say I remember you kindly for what you haveJdone for me during the past year You have made it pleas and and profitable and what more could I ask I hope Ill be I remembered by what have done and that those memories will be pleasant ones I have tried to make it pleasant andlprofitable for you in our business relations and I hope I have succeeded as well as you 1908Of it we can yet say but little but we promise you our best efforts our most careful attention Once more let me ask you to make our place your headquarters when in town leave your packages do your writing and resting with us We do not want you to feel as expect you to buy every time you come in We do not expect you nor do we want you to buy when not in need but we want you to know that if you want CLOTHING SHOES FURNISHINGS GOODS ETC we would be glay to show you OUR TERMS are as they have been We will charge goods to you but we reserve the right to ask you for the money when ever we need it Asking your good will your good words and your patience in all all matterstiI remain yours 3 0 00000U0000000000 H J MROBERTS STANFORD l U A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrU Drug Store inI the Oweloy Buildi- ngStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of tin First National Ibink of Htntiforil will lie held nt their IxmklMK liuiinu tilt tvcoml Tuesday In Jiimmry for the puriow of electing dlrtCtur for lie Jour J icltonxursCns- hlerStockholders u Meeting A inootliiitof thmtockholiUrsotllie lln coin County Nntlonnl Ilk of Hluntonl will Uiliulil lit tliflr Uinklim houso the MCOWI TuitMltiy In January lMit for tilt purpoM of vlrctlnit Ulrrctor fur the vimtlng jnnr W M llitiiniT Cntlilcr For Sale Privately My house tonurm of land situated- Itnt outside of town limits oo the Somerset pike House bus 7 room kitchen aid ici allta room good cellar enable and an necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard nod one for stock J P ItAI- LEYINSURANCE Fire Mghtnlne WIndHtonnt1Ats and Accident None cud HKHTDomimiilci Ilvprcawntid lx wfst Pos siblo lUitcsj rss 1uylnBllrc ordjUiiwiunllfU Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky KiMiluncn Phone No Hi W Ha Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY A Special Bargain One Ilunln1 am sixty here form about n mlluii Nortwttt of Htiuuurd loot two tory room dwelingapiendidstOUklutrnoni- of tlm IYst wiiturtd fnrniHlti thu county HpUiulId orilmrd11ecessneIuutbulldings never lies it plowttl Tim whole form Fnyn well nml thtni Is no wimtu land on It Klvo tulles from Hanvlllc and In n unloudld community This Is n hllrgnllllllll tliuplnrc mimt Im Mild within the nest n days Itva loetiHt Posts run IK 1oeesslonltlwouutolterForIIugheiiHtiinrord Ky INSURANCEYour nro pure to die See antI talk with K M Nowland tt hwill show you tho policy bet udnptctl to your mlo and circu instances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid mutually or defer redit M NKWLAXD Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 18- 43Dar71 Traylor DEALER WtilsKn Brandu Wines Beer Claars Etc OarpnhSr Hous aloe to pot STANFORD Ky1 Prompt and polite attention Nothlnx but the txi lo drink Mall phone cr wltzrspb order ticdvi tro pttU ntlo WHEN ARE DRUGS PURE Wlicn you get them nt this store Wo never Imiitllc any but Fresh Piirc Full Strwigtli Drugs anti OliCtuicnlft It pays to hantllo Pure Drugi nnd luro Drugs only Our frlciuh t and patrons approbation hinges on Pure Drug Wo strive for tho one by handling only the other Pure Drugs S t PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You whealurnIagrml rwmljiimi salt uud n lull turnip to IrlIC1t1tlillorpricebUhiiSOILorrriuHtn tniiiMrn end fancy vost The oomixiny I ivprtMnt Unii uf tliobmt II C RIJILEY the Tailor PUBLIC SALE 111111 nt pulillo million nt my form on tin Hlnnfonl Drub Orilmnl JIlt twoufllr from Vali Orclmrd on REiNEs AYJIN10lHs1 Dtio work mull combtiut liorMnillk row Irish n lot of hog i yfiirllin nuili Minto VilirlliiK cuttle steers lull lulf ors Imrrf of corn lot of holed tnllltit liny hock of tnlxni bay timothy and cluvdrlot nf folder fnrtnlnii 11I1IlomuoIII- IIIIlIlihtllllt of ii niowir wiiuoiit tcii IIrr nnd lniriii hugUlot- of lifiuiuholil ntul kitchen furniture ttu If lilYfllrlllolhUIIWII Oil It IJIIKI iHllll III but IlKllt sharpTwruisfriib Drolinnl Ky J phn11dlrr tu- rrPOSTED trletlyfurhltiprotcuteIolaloMr Kato Ador Uclcbnnbach Rr a YonOruenlJanFredAlfred Simpson Qrorpe Uoltnei Miss II K Itelchenbach ClinrlM Cumuilns Jos Halloa A 0 Dunn M Holmes WIttaugbottyillPeter W barter J Nevin OArter J E llrurfe w V Bhomalcer Thomas Ferrlll Orson Ferrlll F J Conn John n Omenlich Sam Tr1wlrldjte A D Hoot Chariot Knsslln Frank Cordle- rNra1 Uaydtn Welch Peter Ilalnior John Melon Samuel Llndier LytleOavldL P Nunnellvy J W Itaughman carpenl1Jacob e =PARKERS HAIR BALSAM I ruin ail Uimintt tie tttel thalfCwo YwpilaIhhvM t FOR SALE Font of inaihll grass nml tIUKCO land lint lien of hemp on It tlili milIrolllof riHinia klt licn luitk txirch nml cUlrrn Forten115oppl0HunUmvlllo Ky StockholdersMeetingf ottbralcekh0ldnotheNatlliilr luinkliiK hlotReIaIIuslonlHlitheeemill TiifMliiy Jiintmry HIM iKtwrun 0 a nil IllnottllraJ lloiXKitCnshler PUBLIC SALE a Two Houses and Lots and 33 Acres 4 of Land in Stanford KY We will on MONDAY JAN IHnl tWffti tin hotirHOt lass and t v in HIIlIlIurdlbt the llotlMniid Lot In Htiiiiford Ky Ittroute t niiit rottiiKu with nix room Alai tin horse and lot now occtipifil by j F Writer on the ndjolningthu limnttnitIIufTumn III Piirnt nnd otlicm Thin hotito and lot ooouiiliil by J F Wutiri nnd NIIIIIrtbelruorrtllulrutuiylipid IlrueewillIntNnegtinl Irlstllriing conouptllnncuby Jli Fqb15lnel J IlyllOWnrrinAttyinfoct IIIIUOK I M IIHUUK 4 r rTT r The Short Ends of Woolen Cottons Ginghams Lercnlc White Goods Etc i unlit got out to innko room for new full bolts of now goods lor while towing So wo luivo marked the price so low that it v dont take you long tfj get on good terms with a nice hunch of t these roiiiiiantg Jtt SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY ISTANFORD KY JAN ft UJOl INSPECT the lino of Christmas Good at Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS H J O TERRY lP from Somerset with friends BORN to the who of Lilburn Goooh a son William MR J It BEAZLEY has been down with a severe cold L WEARBN lluoiins Is working fur tho L N at Rlleys- MR J U HotnnuMAN and familj are up from Somerset SENATOR K L HUIIDLE came over from Frankfort yesterday Miss PEARL BURNSIDB spent several days with Lebanon friends MRS IATY ST CLAW left yesterday for Rome Ga to visit relatives WALLACE T GOVBK of Crah Orch and has entered Georgetown College CARROLL CROW has returned toSton cga Va where ho has a good position COUNTY ATTORNKY W S Bunch con tlnuos III with Inflammatory rhcuma tlsrn Miss LULA CHRIHMAN spent several with relatives In Danville this 71Ilaya ANti MRS CIJFTON FOWLER hl1ve to town and are domiciled at the Sl Asaph Miss MILDRED PARROT of Lebanon has arrived to assist in the tclephon I exchange MR KISBR representing E F1 Spears Son hemp men of Paris was here yesterday MRS It M OMHR and children to- turned yesterday from a visit to rein lives at Richmond Va MR GRIMES BBAZLEY and Miss Alter Boazley have rented Mark Hardin house on West Main Street MRS ANTI Mns JOHN W MOORB am Mrs Lucy Napier of Casey are with F Mr anti Mrs Ed Wilkinson Mn AND Mme ARTHUR HILL arc visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Mershon Somerset Journal Miss GEonurA KINO XmRs with her mother at Crab Orchard reo turned to CampbollHagcrman Colleg Tuesday E WALLACE of Blue thfWallace MRS GARNBTT and Miss Mary Gar nett who have been with Mrs J S Rico returned to their home at Cave City yesterday Miss MARY Lotinn BAILEY will enter tain a number of her little friends at a party at her homo at 230 to JSW top morrow afternoon- JASIrs T MBNBFBB writes us that In is now traveling for Montgomery Parker Co sugar rice and coffee deal ers of New Orleans t TUB married peoples club will meet with Mr and MM II Higgins next Friday Jan 12 instead of tho evening tho regular time for meeting TUB Ladies Aid Society of the Chris t tinn church will moot at the lecture i room or tho church at3 P Sat unsay A full attendance U desired JOHN CHADWirK who has boon clerk Ing for it J Meltoberte has returned to home at Crab Grchard lie made many friends during his sojourn here MRS 011 llatonJLKOKO Itohertsf landhIIIuare visiting the family of their unc e T Roberts at Or I eland ANO MM C E Bowen of IicllefontaineOhloaro with her parents Mrs for a emofMiss SARA HACKIKY has J G from a visit to Virginia Was New York CityVwho on business in WahinKlon Christmas down In Virginia to with her JtinaK E B UitrniE who is now Palo Pinto county Tox farmtof us n New Years present an the r to iJWcheck forn Annie Men Judge Ritchie mnrraell1tas8 efeo of this place Miss FBANCW ADAMB of Stanford of her sister Mr Rod was the guest of Keenon Mrs II K Bourne man New Castle Is with her husband lit the the Legis to remain during lature Frankfort Journal LOCALS I IEASB return fence stretches George II FurdsB- 1AUTIFUL 1 line of pocket knives just received P G Warner Son HOUSE of six rooms tobacco and corn land for rent J S Murphy McKInney I J1 T the time to buy an overcoat Theiweather Is right W E Perkins Crab Orchard f a MONDAY Is county court day Drop WANTEDTo loan 1000 on real estate See L K Hughes Stanford nj NBW line of 5 itnd lOc ware just re cclved Host value ever shown L M llucy Co FOR ItKNT CotUiRO near depot for merly occupied by Mrs Pattle Hays P P Nunnclley Foil KENT Tho storeroom on I ih caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office BRING us your caah Monday anti if wo dont sell you wo will help you to get bottom prices W II Higgins W A CARSON has bought an int orIest In P G Warner Sons store the work of invoicing In In sIFort SALE OR DK Van Aradales residence Possession give at once Apply to I IL Hughes Star ford Ky SHERIFF T J hassecured the services of Mr George T Wood to assist him for a while Mr Wood made ExShcrifT Haughman a most excellen deputy aldelightful Richards JESSE PERRIN has launched Into the the watch and clock repairing business for himself He occupies one of the windows In his fathers store on East Main Street THERE will be nn examination for graduation in the common school branches In my office with It B Mahony on Jan 26 and 27 Garland Singleton Supt THE speech of lion J M Alverson nominating lion 11 R Lawrence for Speaker was the gem of tho evening It was highly complimented even by the opposltlonrnnkCortJoumnl GRIMES BBAZIRV has bought an interest in J R Bcazleys livery feed and sale stable and tho firm name hereafter will bo Bcazley Bros Mr W W Hays will remain as manager for a while if not indefinitely THE city council lost night granted liquor licenses to Dan Traylor and Dan Hester renewed the citys contract with tho Stanford Water Light Ice Co and elected J C Bailey treasurer In tho pinto of Mr John J McRobcrU The other olficcrs were reelected A NBW rural route from this place has been asked for and we very much hope tho authorities at Washington will grant it The route Is ax follows Out the Goshon pike to tho end of it thence up Gilberts Creek to the Lancaster anti Crab Orchard pike thence to Proachcrsvillo und the Proachorsville pike to Stanford Till remains of Miss Costello Dud derar arrived from LeRoy III Tues day and wero laid to rest in Buffalo Demeter after services at the grave by Hev L M Omer She received a fall from the effect of which abe never recovered Miss Duddcrar who was 18 years old was a daughter of Mrs Kate Dudderar formerly of this place and n halfsister of Mrs T D Raney She whs sweet dutiful daughter and great Bympathy Is felt for the family in their loss of her- WALLACnMr hen1V Wallace died at his home on Danvillo Avenue nt 7 oclock yesterday morning after n long illness ofacomplicationof troubles aged 61 He is survived by his wife and thp following children Will and Mack Wallace of New Albany John Wallace of Springfield anti Albert R and Miss Marietta Wallace of this place Deceased was born in Boyle county but moved toStanford some 35 years ago anti for a long time was en In tho blacksmithinfr and repair- Ing business His health begun to several years ago and he was compelled to and has since been at homo confined to his room a portion of In his youth Mr joined the Presbyterian church Ills removes one of theolder residents place and ho will bo sadly missed by friends and relatives Funeral Services will be held at the homo at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon after which the burial will occur In Buffalo Cemetery t Our Customers The ono thing needful to tho merchandise business have made the year that is now closing ono of the very hest in the history of our business We have put forth our best cflorts to got what you want and at tho price you want ants you have noise the rest Without you our oilbrtii would have been in vain What can we do for you Wo will do this we will try to do even bettor in I flOG Again thanking you for your liberal patronagCtWo ask you to call again TilE Stanford Male Female SemI inary had six new pupils Tuesday BRING your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best service HEREAFTER laundry will be cash I now have to pay cash for it and must collect as I go Ed Wilkinson settleIcr Grimes Beazloy and must get my books straightened up J R Beazley FOOT BADLY MASHED Engineer J R Orndorff known to his legion of friends as Pan had ono of his feet badly mashed by an engine at Corbi Tuesday A number of bones were crushed and the member was fearfull lacerated Dr Peyton who drcssci tho wound thinks it will not be ncces sary to amputate the foot unless complications set up but he admits it will be a long time before the clever old gentleman will be ablo to use it again Tim Louisville Times which knows all about our popular Senator says R L Hubble Senator from Lincoln has been named R L only in the last few years since he has been old enough to know how to write it that way The first name Mr Hubble ever had was Took and by that name only he was known for many years Then after In came to sign checks he decided that it was too much trouble to write Took out in full every time so he adopted the Initials R L and as such he is now known He is fat and jolly and will one of the most popular men in the Senate COAL LAND DEAL Mr C R Cole man has secured 600 acres of valuable coal land In Bell county on the extension of the L N railroad from Pine vllle and has organized a company am filed articles of incorporation with a capital stock of 25000 The name of tho Incorporation will be the Colonial Mining Company with headquarters at Straight Creek Ky Mr Coleman has for his associates the ScanlonJonei Coal Co of Louisville and Gee Land of Lexington These two firms are the largest retail coal dealers in their respective cities Mr Coleman has been elected general manager of the company and will begin to develop the property at once and hopes to be able to produce coal by June 1st RETIRING OFFICERS The splcndit twtimonihls passed last Monday and printed in Tuesdays paper leaves us little to say about those excellent ofll vials Judge Jamos P Bailey and Coun ty Attorney Harvey helm That they served the county wcll ovon their enemies if they have any will not deny It was during their terms of office that tho pikes were made free and their work in the purchase of them and in Arranging for payment of them was lone so well that the taxpayers have felt little or no burden from the amount expended Their other official acts have been just as satisfactory and they go out of office with the good iIlof nil who love justice and right Mr M Smith Baughman who has served the county most satisfactorily for the past four years as high sheriff is also a pri vate citizen Lincoln county has had no better peace officer in its history than Mr Baughman who has fearless ly served every paper placed in his hands and done well tho other work incumbent upon a shoritf His books arc in fine shape and after his sale of de linquents next Monday his business as sheriff will bo wound up doing in a week what many exsheriffs have taken a year or so to do As his successor Mr Baughman has a splendid gentle man in Mr T J Hill Sr anti if he will emulate tho good example set by his predecessor his regime will also bo pleasing to his constituency and satis factory to himself Mr M G Rey nolds assessor for the past four years is another gantleman who has served the people well Rent IIis n fine judge if land and the Supervisors and Board of Equalization have had little or no trouble with his work lie is a good clever man and leaves the office he has lllcd so acceptably with friends by the hundred who will stick to him through thick and thin Mr W A Carson sue lens him and a man of fine sense and judgment he will no doubt make a cap ital officer We congratulate all of the gentlemen on their excellent official ca reer and trust they will enjoy the little rest they are all so much entitled to Tim Lincoln County National Billlkl always progressive and in the lead has installed 52 Safety Deposit Boxes which will be rented to the banksI customers at u small figure prove a great convenience to those whoI have valuable papers they want safely kept HONOR ROLL FOR DECEMBER STAN FORD GRADED SCHOOL Senior Miss cs LeGrande Jones and Ida Moore Jun ior Misses Claudia Eaton Mattie Me Clary and Robert Waters Sophomore Walter Singleton Freshman Miss Bcrta Jean Penny 8th GraM Misses Mary Brackett nndI Kate Newland Tom Bright and Wallace Singleton 7th GradeEugene Goode teddy Brackett Mary Burdette Sallie Bur dcttc Ellen Moore Elizabeth Lutes Kittle Huffman and Vera Totten 6th Grade Maud Stone Will Moore Lorraln Campbell Maranda White Lisa Holtzclaw Kate Kennedy Annie Milburn Theresa Ross Lottie Carson Harris Coleman Morrison Bright Jno M Hail Waters Joseph Hopper 5th GradeHarry Hardin Speed Orr Charlie Dunn Virginia Mahony James Cooper Irma Carter Anna Lewis Gen try4th GradeLillie Perrin Nancy Yea ger Lena Traylor Mary Gray Cather- Ine Gentry Mary Greer Marion Grimes Milton Powell Wm Grimes Ben Goode Dan Brackett and Nannie Mobley3rd Grade Annie D McRoberts Mamie Singleton Fred Brackett Ethel Brackett Mary M Docie lIar din Kate Lynn WoodsI2nd GradePrescott Brown Everett Brock Irvin Brock Bessie Brackett William Carson Sam Embry Ruth Hardin Linnie Kidd Annie Lee Perrin Bessie Moore Raymond Traylor James Tribble1st Nancy K McKinney Eth el Powell Clarence Singleton Patience Calmese Matsy Grimes Morris Bruce Charles Pendleton Huston Gentry Jew el Mcnefce Mary H Johnson Joe T Embry Clarence Cooper Claiborne Walton Sarah Wood Coleman Ada Mobley Hartwell Shanks Lettie W McKinney Burnside Huffman Ed gar Brady Sale of Franchise For Traction Railway Jan 8 1906 hiHoliilTvrm IliiroliHoinity Hl col Court InIll Ikc IS tt lion JiiiiKK I Itjilliy jiulKu Jrenlillns with tin following Jinll c v of tliv IVaco toxvlt W ll Wiililn J A liiuliliTiir K ItCoiiiiilunr I lUiKloy- TliU ilny Jiuiuit I White curve Into court iincliiiipllid for n trnnolilw xrmlttlMK Iho 100hlrllCuOIIOr n Trnitlou or IntcriirUiii it lie or rnllwiiy aver tlio turnpike motto ill Lincoln county the court lot ig mlvlliil niMin niolhm of W II orderedandliy C Hiunify It h nu luilK liy the court that u frmirhlw for tin nuriKist heretofore ntutiil bo KriiiitMl not oll on tin IjinciiMiT A Utiuifonl turnplkr road trout tin dnrnml and Lliuiilu nov 10 tin iornornti humus or tin city of Htnnfonl 811 1111111 the MbudonLlllx IttviTdiirriiril Ciiuntvt White Oak turnpike rand to thi rornorutc limit of tin town of Itowliinil tiln on tin Htimfor t Cnili Orchard turn iilk rood nn that portion of tin roml bt worn tin town of nnil Cord nl oon tin Hiunforil lliutonvlllrturiiplkp road from the coriKirute llmllN of tint ilty of to th corxirnti limits of ho town of lliutuiivltli 1110 on tin Ilustonvlllf J HnuUonlavlllv turnpike roml from th cor iMiniti limit of tin town or Hiutonvllle to lliunl n on tin Iltntton vlllcAIiiriMntirNfriikturnplkiroiullroni tliiioriKirnti limit vllli to the Unwy county lino also over tho Tnrnirsvlll lc IIIII A Mt Haliin turn nlko rued mid tin Iluatonvlllu A Coffiv1 Mill turnplko and from Mt Ithm to the Jnnv county lntouloovorthr Htnuford A HnllH lop turnplku road from the ioriorato llmltn of the oltv of IIIIIIfoniio tin Cornier tprmlnuuof wild roiidthiiicoovortholllRh and WnyiifiibiirK turnpike rand to the rlBlilofwny of 01 II t rents Inclllc ItnllriNiil nt WnyniBlmrB nlso over tho road lit or mnrHiulion Jurtlfi to th IuliiBkl county lit or IIlMr Kiil iinkn Tho franchise lisreliy grin nbd 8h1l1l1M old tin intlroty or whole lit IlIIhI court houu doer In the hllhlrMention In tho IXTKUIOU on vnewiiiiHTiit thlddntopulilUhod In Un coin ooitnly four ionwwitlvo tlnii s prwijl Inu the dnto of NIly of said frnnchlne printed nonen pouted nt the IOurt house our by the ilork of tho Lincoln count yours Mold will to made nt the gulnr Jnnuiirv term of the Mntoln ot Jiuiunry liimn IntYoeinckeIItntulnrt time It U DxpriHsly umlrtoo purchaser or- arehusers of thUfninchliH slat II livKlii work lInod fiillli within isuiontlmfroiii tilt lllt uf wile mid winie with dlllgeiictMn 10011 full Ii tn tin complitlon of slut work IIl1d to complete within a yours from Into of wile tit fnlluro of tlw pur luiMr or purchiiNor of aid fninclilw to oniplete Milil us iiUivi Htntcil Mild coua null mid void but i- mrthemurcczpnstdoidunderstotnl ttmt the purchaser or run chi e kliiill huvi completed tho conntrwtlon or u line of road nor sumo In op rii llon within the Iliiilln of time nUive MHII led K to the rlalitofmiy jf t leOlnclnimtlNewOrloniiMAIVxim Pa 3lllo llnllrondthe n line if road on tiny or nil of the routes herons lenlKiintid Khali not opernto im n forfeiture jf frmulilito over the shies or routes on which n line of had Iwiii coiutructwl utluoMrntluu Wddstileskulllkliuuty liy the cerk of court who In directed to- rllOrt his salon to tho next term of tills I Attustta ifalrrlt Olork KUcnl Court liy K IcnnlnKton UO r r Those Who Wait To buy Cloaks Suits Skirts or Pure dont have as largo a line to select from hut the hig cut in price compensates for this loss of great variety In ninny cases tho price is just one half These are just as good and stylish as any shown this seasonI but our unvarying rule to carry none over calls for a small price NEW STORE We have secured the store room adjoining our present quarters and shall in about ten days connect the two and use the new room for a SHOE STORE This additional space will enable- us to carry larger stocky in all our lines In Clothingaespecially we shall enlarge With larger stocks and hotter facilities for waiting on the trade we are in a position to give our customers the heFt possible service We otter the best goods obtainable for the prices nrkedand with our new stocks shall show by far tine largest and best as r ffc t sortment o- fCLOTHING SHOES HATS and FURNISHINGSIN We bespeak for ourselves a liberal patronage during 190C CUMMINS i MCCIARY Continued Cost Price I aeI t t r v ON t Japanese Ware Furs aid 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 r now and SAVE MONEYi M L M RUBY COr- y Goods NotionsFive and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block opp CourtHouse r Stanford Kentuckys The Interior Journal Entmd in the Pod Office at Staitford at ucondclaunatter rc11Lt911at T0KJM1AYS AND FUIIJW AT 100 PER YEAR CASH When not so paid 200 will be charged Ea D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J H IOONE t C01 Proprietors LIVERY AND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ui on Depot Street Alto Dealeri In Goal BDCARTRSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Strict STANFOBU Ky Special Rttentlon to Commercial Men Your patronage li idllcited Horses handler on commission Stock Pont In Connection t ERYQU51DE8IL1TY Tee worvr admire mm wbo are JtJonf tD phys a1 meDIaeD Deo torre meD or ambition enm aDd 1BoodbeeithyNarYILdTelopmcnt makelte worth Irng NryCurent PtU fiSlcple in and otbr d andothercueaalkeaKiaally Rood tar woman Itooklrt free gashantePErrCR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO A ro BALE AT PENNYS DUCO STORK is L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY s e teea11y Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneisSaddlery 0 STANFORD KENTUCKY Offlce Phone 167 Home Ilione 35 THE SECRET OF SUCCESS No Sit t You cannot pilra off any substitute on me Ive been using August Flower since I was a boy and Ill have no other JForty million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone since its introduction And the demand for it is still growing Isnt that a fine showing of success Dont it that August Flower lies had unfailing success the cure of Indigestion andIlspepslathe worst enemies of health an happiness 4Doea it not afford the best that August Flower is a sure specific for all stomach and intestinal that is the best of all liver regulatorsIAugust Flower has a matchless of over 35 in curing the ailing mil lions of these distressing complaints a lfTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For Sale at Pennys Drug Store IL Comes To Womens Rescue Does Mr Carpenter The press generally seems very ex ultant over tho enforcement of law in tho execution of Mrs Mary Ma bel Rogers of Vermont The great Courier Journal even notices it in a half column editorial alluding to her as a murderer and wanton Among other things it says There was exhibited remarkable activity in her behalf bmen whoso duty it was to standby tho lawf Instead of going to the uttermost parts of the earth why docs not the C J come nearer home to ad vocate tho enforcement of law7 I cite one case among many A few years ago in Breathitt county n young girl was attacked on the highway by a drunken demon And in order to preserve womans priceless jewel she fled when the fiend incarnate fired a bulle into her innocent form and took her precious life Instead of hanging the demon 12 men did have courage and patriotism enough to send him to prison for a term And after a few months confinement Gov Beckham pardoned and restored him to full citizenship- I challenge the C J to produce one line where it has condemned such proceedings I am in favor of tho execu tion of law to the letter as much as any man Yet sympathize with theunfor- tunate friendless woman who was tried and executed by a lawshe had no voice in makingIn cases out of 10 where women murder some demon of a man is back of it And such chaps are generally strongest in denouncing womans mis deeds Gods law says to man and wo man alike Thon shalt not commit adultery But man has made a law un to himself whereby he jumps the fence and plays the devil in general and is re warded for his base conduct by being elected constable Congressman or to some other high position and is called honorable He demands of woman sons and daughters and she goes down into the valleyjof the shadow of death to bring them forth and then he makes laws that places the saloon and broth el next door and draws the lino at the yard gate and says to her Thus far shalt thou go and no further but your children can go on destruction When the scribes and pharisees brought tho woman taken in adultery to tho Mas ter claiming that the law of Moses do manded her to be stoned and asked her what she had to say lie said to them He that is without sin among you let him first cast a stone at her After they sneaked away and loft the woman alone Jesus said to her Hath no man condemned thee She said No man Lord Jesus said unto her Neither do I condemn thee go and sjn no more Truly Lord Byron was approaching the doors of inspiration when he wrote Oh man thou feeble tenant of an hour Debased by slavery or corrupt by power Who knows thee well must quit thee with disgust Degraded mass of animated dust Thy love is lust thy friendship all a cheat Thy smiles hypocracy thy words deceit By nature vile ennobled but by name Each kindred brute might bid thee blush for shameA CARPENTER FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fon SALE 4700 bales of Timothy hay Josh Jones Stanford Ky Fon SALEFive twoyearold mules ready for market J F RigncySon Stanford FOR SALE21 cotton mules two yearold past ready for market E T Pence Stanford W L Caldwell of Boyle sold to Al len Edelin of Mercer a yearling colt out of a Rex McDonald mare for 100 Josh Jones sold to Monte Fox and others 43 1050pound cattle at 3J to 4c and 40 turkeys to Northcott Co for 9180 One extra good cow with calf three weeks old will be sold on the street Monday next court day W C Shanks J W Moore Rockcaatles boss farmer raised 2CO barrels of corn on 26 acres his wheat averaged 21 bushels and oats 30 bushels Logan Denny now racing In California has written to friends in Danville that his good horse Santon has broken down and that ho had fired him M J Farris sold this week to Rubel Rubel of GarraYd county 80 slop cattle averaging 900 pounds atSJc Advocate FOK SALE About 41 acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is a good home and a cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky and has made up his mind to sell It can bo bought at a bargain For price etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky J F Cook Co of Lexington have sold their wellknown two year old saddle stallion Lincoln Squirrel to Charles Railey for 1500 Other sales made by this firm for the week are as follows Fiveyearold stallion by Ashland Wilkes to Auburn W Va parties 350 yearling jack Motgomery Chief brother to Dr Hartman the Worlds Fair prize jack to B D Jeff coat North S C 650 Danville News FOR SALEA nice large store room and dwelling above consisting of sev yrr- t Q 1 i eral nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot aijd all necessary outbuild- Ings The property is in good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in the business portion of town Tho property will be sold at a bargain and is a splendidopportunity for some ono desiring to go in business for the store and dwelling combined will be a great saving in rent etc Possession given immediately For particulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Stomach Troubles and Const patlon Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are tho best thing for stomach troubles and constipation I have over sold says J II Cullnmn druggist of Iottervlllc Mich They are easy to take and nlawys give satisfaction I tell my customers to try them and It not satisfactory to como back and get their money but havo nover had n complaint For sale by all druggists A wise father will educate his son at the famous and responsible commercial college of Kentucky University for 30 years under the vucccssful presidency of Wilbur R Smith A course of book keeping shorthand or telegraphy nl hi3collegcfor y ssos good ta aI farm a store given to him asit wilt produco more Address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky T Totnlcr My friend water is Heavens best gift to man ChalkerYes old man I know it Im a milkman Ail agreeable movement theboxvols without any unpleasant effect Is pro doted by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For salobv all druggists Sheriffs Sale for Taxes On Monday Jan 8 1906 Being the 1st day of tho January term of tho Lincoln county court I will be tween tho hours of 0 oclock As and 4 oclock p M In front of tho court house door in Stanford Ky sell at public outUry to tho highest and best bidder for cash in hand tho following lists or so much as will pay taxes cost und penalty As fast as payments are made the names will disappear The amount sot opposite vault name includes 0 per cent penalty and cost of advertising M S BAUOHMAN Sheriff STANFORD VIHTR Brady J D 20 aoros 6 Urummott Miss Bettlo4 acres 4 85- Culmos Mrs Et 23 acres il 10 Goode Mrs Kato lot 3 45 Harrison W P f9 acres 23 47 Hazolett John 10 acres It 75 Hazolott Mrs S hairs 14 auras 2 30 Haxelett Win 21 auras I Elaelett J nek 18 nuns 415 Martin T D Sr lot fi 00 Kussoll FL1 acres 4 30 Scarbough John 6 acres 3 70 STANPOItDOOMMWD Anderson Miller lot 3 t Anderson Dave 3 auras toi Crow Kllzabcth aero 2 25 Crow Ann 22 ncros 2 45 G Ivcms Anderson hrs aoro 85 Givens Kato 10 auras 2 45 Harris Martha lot 0 Hays Will acre 3 80 Higgins Squire aero 2 45 Hill Wyatt aura 3 70 Hooker Anderson lot C 15 Jackmun Sam nero 5 05 McMullIn Joo L 2 aoros 3 85 Morrison Win 0 acres 3 05 Hunt Sam 4 aoros 6 15 tout Dick 7 acres 3 75 lout Sam and Itiok 3 acres 2 10 Simpson Chas 3 acres 4 35 Simpson hilly 1 aero 2 25 Stowart Annie 2 auras 2 40 Wallace Tilda hrs lot 3 40 Watkins Henry 1 auto 3 85 Vllholt Colin hrs 20 6 75 CHAII OUOIIAItDWIMTI- tMo us Johnson ICO awes I ilobbltt P P 02J acres 10 20 Uoltin Obe 8 acres 4 80 Cooper Mrs J SNIt 1CI noros 27 00 Daughorty Wm 45 acres 4 05 Daugherty Dan 70 acres 4 25 Dolanoy Mrs Kate 60 acres 2 fio Delaney Franklin 12o acres 3 Ooluney J li 2o acres 3 85 Denny A J 20 acres 4 3o Edwards r It 4oo acres i 13 oo Gooch Mrs Matilda 32 aorcos 2 Go laggard Hrs 80 acres 2 80 lays Mrs Mary Ifl7 acres It linds G Addison 12 acres 3 85 lolmes Mrs M 0 lot 2 75 Holmes D V 103 acres 31 25 lutchison J M loo auras 10 llo Jackson Wm lol acres 3 Do Jutnes Alford 4 acres 4 55 insure Joe Sr Io5 acres 8 80 jafevcr John 105 acres 0 45 Lewis 0 P N It lee acres 1110 McDonald J J 400 acres 77 t arrlsh Goo 08 acres 4 55 llgsby D J 35 acres 0 oo Rogers J P 2 acres 2 Oo Shupe Task 01 acres tM Singleton W J Zoo acres 4 55 Singleton Hrs 4o acres 2 4o Smith Mrs Ammonia 13o acres 3 25 Smith Prank 3o acres 2 1o Stephens John lo acres 385 Stephenson G L 82 acres 7 85 Stringer Arnold Io5 acres 5 23 I eta Thompson Chas 5 acres 3 05 3oI00IAnderson Jolll aero 00 Perkins Dob 4 aero 2 ijj Smith J II N H 2J acres 2 Go Sutton Win 5 acres 10o Williams wado 2 acres Ii u0 111 ilS1tUit0w111Th OIBrown 102 acres 7 70 Bird Joseph 50 acres 5 00 Carrollton J M zoo acres 7 30 Chambers Jas 14 acres r IS Cook W It N R 35 acres j fS Cook Ollie jo acres 7 50 Coulter F N R s5 acres 85 Crooms W R N R iGo acres 3 55 Davis Georgo 100 acres 3 45 Dcwitt T II N R 220 acres it 55 Doolin S H 2 acres 350 Haslman Robert N R 67 acres 3 zo Hubanks MrsA K Leach hrs 140 a 9 95 Falconer K P N R 90 acres 4 85 Talk George N R 19 aero 4 J5 Floyd R M 8 acres 4 35 Green H L 25 acres 4 Goslcy Mrs Sarah 40 acres z 6G Gibson W D 25 Sorer 5 00 Gcxxljwstcr Mrs Maggto 4C acres 4 15 llamrn Milton 100 acres 3 90 Hart John N R 47 acres 22 3S Houson J W I7jacie S 25 Harris W H 49 acres 3 45 Hillock A T oo acres 2 9S Horton G W S acres 7 00 Houp Thomas ft acree 4 o5 Hughes J II 17 aero 3 25 111LeachLeach M 20 acres 4 y5 Lytton Mortis N K 40 acres 4s5 10I42 acres zq McKentie A J 192 acres 7 fo McMullen lllben to acres t go Moore Dave 13 acres 4 o5 Morgan hrs 129 aores 4 35 951Myersu acres Padgett 7oi W II hrs 25 acres 5 Parkhill Dr N R 12 acres j SI Pulliam George R 20 acres Bright Mrs Catharine 15 acre 2 JUicy Mrs U F N It 46 acre 70 Roblnnon Wm 13 acres yu Rogers J A 2lo acre 5 bit Simms Hayden iaH aero j 95 Skidmore Dan 36 acre 4 S5 Smith Frank 49 acres 3 73 Smith James Sr Co acres 4 So Smith lira Bras MO acres 4 85 Stringer A N R 6e acres 3 9o Trister Wm N R fio acre C 0o Trowbridge D L 35 acres bIVaught Mtlfred 10 acres S rWare W li Co acres 3 4S Warren C H N R o acre 2 JO Waters bra 2 76 White T W N R 76 acres 2 7b Wood M H N R 180 acres 0 77 Young Morrow Peggy to acre 2 35 Young Clark 10 acres 3 70 Young Mrs Rubany I acre 3 90 Young Mrs LUzIe 23 acres 2 75 Zetsler Jacob N R 39 acres a 46 W K1111 ORG COWJKB- UDaughman Eliza 2 acre a 35 Owsley Sallie N R 55 acres 2 95 IrLLEWIIIt- Akin Oeorgo t aero it- llatlln 10 Flu hrsS mire 2 At Barton A J acre S M Carpenter Albert 5 auras N Uarp W II acre 20 IlunonvlIIo ft Qrvoa HIverToleplione Co Tel line Jaebson II Jess IS Saes jHokfOD E0 Lake aers Knouplr N KntldT acres N Ianliam 0 U lot W Lay John 21 acres N Lenper 0 8 N It It acres IR Loute Martha S acres 230 McAnlek Mrs Lucy N It M acres 2 5e McOhord Mrs Mary N It 40 norun McCormack Will aero 2 70 Moran Mn Viola lot 185 Nance Mn Margaret M MrcSC It Nnplcr J It lira 83 acres 20 III Owens Sirs M W N H lot Oimley 80 Mrs V N It 17 Sere aI- lnUcrton Rev lot M 80 Reynolds Milton Si acre 0 U Richards Felix 40 acres II- Sl1odldKO John S3 acres 17 Singleton Jlallsia 3 acres 2 75 iViildcn John N It l7 acres C- 5le ton U II I aura S 35 lllTttTONVILIE COUIHKI- lVdami John Sr 15 acres S 20 Alcorn Fannie ncre 3 25 Acorn Caroline lire 3 acres 21 Bright Kvn pare 3 Brown Matt lot 55 Drown John acre p as llurdctt John 31 acres i 4 45 lurdctt Sarah I acres 2 Burton Dave 2 acre iJapp 2G Merlon aero 51 Hoyd John Rowaoy S acres 03 lurton Talltba hrs 6 acres a III Durham George N It 35 acres 4 o0 Durham Dan 3 acres 0 20 Gooch David hrs acres 55 Goode Frank lot 61 Brave Icott lot 80 Green Lucy aero 2 5o icoch Cam acres 3 locker Harrison N It 14 acres 3 00 locker Green 8 sere 55 Jones Anderson N It acro 3 35 IcCormack Sam N It acre 3 50 McCormack George fir acre 3 30 IcKlnner Oicar lot 05 Iweiis Willis 3 acres 60 Patton Newman acres 3 85 Henry N R lot 2 76 Smith Paralee hra lot 2 95 Steele Charles 1 acre 5 25 Trice Mitchell 1 acre 4 05 Wilkinson Clay 1 acre 465 W S BAUGHMAN Sheriff 4 a9a BARGAINSIN 4 UNDERWEARWHILE Heavy Sanitary Fleeced that sold for 50c a garment we will sell at 35c a GarmentI WHILE THEY LAST f SAMROBINSONr Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY use to do It I J R Pastes J B Owilej 8 II Shanks W 0 Walker Qeo W Oartsr i II Foster L U Gooch WU Oummlni W M nrlcht R L Hubble w II Shanks t DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS Arc the favorite tools ofgood workmen Their all around goodness has made them so and all who ever used them wear by then You cant any other kind ii you want thebelt work turcntTS OIN1LtS S4MS- e1 AXLS1LLS j GEORGE H HARRIS Stanford KentuckyI LINCOLN COUNTY NM1AL BANK CAIITAL STOCK WBOOOO Directors n lIarelIIorl to The Farmers Itaek A TruU CoaptuT and under soma management cnntlnuoUily for 35 years WII SOLICIT YOUR BAN K- ACCOUNT rioplnf uch bualnlu roUllon Mill prove mutually beneBelsl First NationalOf Stanford Ky BankCapitol StocK JSOOOOj ThiS limitation was original asuMl h a the Deposit tank of Stanford In USA then reorgaulred as the National Hank of Stanford In IBIS and again ruiirgmilied at the First National limit of Ic lilt having had practically an uninter rupted existence fur 42 pears It Is better supplied now with faelMtlo for transact log prompt and well ban ever before In 1U long and hunorabl career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Ollieenl 4 SHANKS Creildsat J Paxton Vice PresidentrW llltlOHTUaiblsi W O WALKER tat Officers J J 8 HOOICKH Prrsi 8T UAUBK V Irei J J llollOUEUTB Obi W H WRAUENAntcbr Directors V Held Daifrllle T lUrrli Stanford J HiMikrr Stanford K L Tanner McKlnuer Rlmore Stanford 811 llnughinan Stanford T Hill Stanford Js Robinson Hubhle J llaujrhman Stanford J M Iettui Stanford 0 R Tate Stanford YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass ToiletArticles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by weB McRoberts DRUGGISTI UNRIVALED DISPLAYI of Mechanical and Musical Toys Toy Books Dolls Doll Furniture Etc a- tWILL N CRAIGSDruggist and Optician