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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 9 1906 NO 95 Resolutions Of Respect WIIEKEAS God in Ilia all wise provi dence fillS seen fit to call from enrth to t that supremo tent on high our beloved brother and Sir Knight James Franklin Reynolds aged 43 years and 10 months Therefore bo it resolved 1st That In his death the Wanes burp Tent ot the Knights of Maccabees has lost one of Its best members the 1 Wayncsburg Baptist church a true 4Christian worker the bereaved wid husband the children a kind and gentle father and tho community an upright and honorable citizen 2nd That wo deplore tho loss of our worthy sir knight and bow in humble Hubmiisiqn to the will of our Master who hath said Come unto M all yo who arc weary and heayy laden and will give you rest 3rd That we extend to the bereaved family of tho deceased our heartfelt sympathies and commend them to God who has promised to be n husband to the widow and a father to the father less4th That a copy of these resolutions r to spread on tho minute book of this tent a copy sent to tho sorrowing fam fly and a copy sent to the INTERIOR JOURNAL for publication W Davidson W it Singleton M G Iteynolda committee WmnAII It has pleased Almighty God to call from our midst our beloved neighbor J F Reynolds who In his grand and noble character an a M W of A of Waynesburg camp No 11018 be it resolved lit That the camp has lost a faithful and true neighbor the Baptist church a devout Christian and the community a jood citizen tho wife a loving husband the children a faithful father 2nd That the members of Waynes burg camp extend their heartfelt sym pathy to the bereaved family and the members wear the usual badge of mourning fur JW days that a copy of these resolutions bo spread on tho min mites of our camp n copy sent to tho Modern Woodman for publication and a copy bo given to tho bereaved family II H Singleton S P Sheep T I William committo and There IHerewore killed and eight In a collision on the Philadelphia and Erie railroad at Horns Siding Pa In tho case at Frankfort against Cal Newton charged with tho murder of George Smith and his son n pleaoCsotr defense was entered Young men are getting Into the po litical saddle everywhere The new speaker of tho Now York House Is just 38 tho age of Speaker Honry Law renceA Republican caucus nominated State Senator Win H Cox of Mays villo to oppose Judge PaynUr for tho- U S Snate The vote will stand 80 for Cox and IDS for Payntor In the election which occurs today and will bo repeated the Tuesday following as the law provides Cured His oof Pheuma- Usm My mother huts been a suiTerwr for many years from rheumatism says W II Reward of Husband ollllyl vanla At tines she was unable to move at all whllo ut nil tines walk ing was I montod Iwv with n bottle of Cltnmisirlnbts Pain Balm nnd utter u row application slio ilo toldsd it was tho must wonderful paint she lied ever tried In faetHlie 14 never without It now anti In at all ICRslol1l1lIIItho pain that was formerly troubled FortinloKv all druggists fMI McCroary wife of theSenator her first reception of tho sea son at tho Hotel Cochran January 25 Sho was among tho guests on Thurs day of a very smart luncheon given by Mrs Southerland in compliment to Mrs Fairbanks Mrs Southerlnnd and Mrs McCreary are oldtime friends Mrs McCreary entertained a few Kentucky friends at dinner New Years night Washington dispatch Half Tho World Wonders how tho other half lives Those who uso Huuklens Arnica Salvo never wonder If it will euro Cuts Wounds Burns Sores and all Skin eruptions t they know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1130 E Reynolds St SintiiRllcld Ill 8111HI regard it ono of thonbsoluto necessities of housekeeping1 It Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Stan atiWhile Rear Admiral Evans squad ron was leaving New York harbor proceeding to sea the battleships Ken tucky nnd Alabama collided and ran aground The Kearsarge was able to j put to sea but the Kentucky was order Ofbook i C03SIE D SUTTON Who accepted a position with Mr11 J McRaborU at Stanford Our town affords no more industrious and straightforward young man than he and Mr U G linker for whom ho has worked the past three years gives him a most enviable recommendation Our best wishes for his splendid success go with him and to his new associates both in business and social circles we heartily commend himMt Vernon Signal MATRIMONIAL Wesley Luno and Pauline Arnold of Lower Garrard were made ono at Bur gin Harvey Leo and Miss Bertha Turner of Garrnrd were married at Lancaster by hid F M Tinder Uncle Tom Stephens of lath county Is hale and hearty and fat ut 93 years old Is four times married and father of six children by each wife The President and Mrs Roosevelt announce that tho wedding of Miss Alice Roosevelt to Representative Nicholas Longwurth of Cincinnati will oecur on Saturday February 17 at 12 oclock noon In the east room of the Whito blouse Emil GalsJl son of Mr F J Gciszl of tho East End and Miss Salllo Dick enwn of Drodhaad drove to Eld J G Livingstons Thursday and wore joined heart and hand A reception was given thorn at tho grooms parents that night Mr Goiral ta a prosperous young farmer and life itiio is ono of Brod hoods most popular young women Shojs n daughter of Prof Dickeraon Friends of the contracting parties WON surprised and pleased at tin nn nouncement of the marriage of Mrs H G Litton to lion Ed Parker at Oklahoma City n few days since In some vague way it is understood that tho couple worn lovers In thoir youth ful hays nnd n renown of theold flame Is quite natural nnd interesting to tho many friends of both Somerset Journal A Modern fciraclo Truly miraculous seemed the recov ery of airs Molllo Moll of thus photo writes J O It Hooper Woodford Tout She was MI wustod by cough lag up Ruse fiom her lungs Doctors declared her end so nour that her family hud watched by her bodsldo 4H hours when ut my urgunt iequost Dr Kings New Discovery was given her with the astonishing result that Improvement began and uontiuiiotl until xhf finally completely wcovered and n healthy woman today Guaranteed euro for coughs and colds JOc and 81 ut Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lynn llros Crab Orchard Trial bottle ire e Huston Ball u brother of Frank Rail who is charged with having killed Jack Bolen at Mid letlboro last October in an interview says In less than n week Frank Hall will have come in and given himself up to county officers as Gov Rockham has withdrawn tho re ward offered by tho State for Frank I will nttampt to have the reward offered by tho Middlesboro Civic Union also withdrawn us I expect to make no claim upon any ono for any reward I will accompany Frank to Pineville The Original Foley ft Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar us a throat nnd lung remedy anti on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley s Hone and Tar ninny Imitation ere alter ed for the gonulno The o worthless Imitation have similar sounding names Beware of them Tho genuine Foloys Honey and Tar U in a yellow package Ask for it and refuse any substitute It Is tho best remedy for coughs and colds Pennys Drug Storo It is said that a deal practically has been completed by which the Central Kentucky Natural Gas Company will take over the Artificial Company of Lexington and thus avert u threat ened conflict of interests LET Wilkinson make your old clothes new He can do it J NEWS NOTES The years cotton crop In Mexico is estimated at less than 90000 dales There was a birthand a death the same day In the family of John P Slai vm of Lexington Four men were killed and seven otM era sdrously injured by explosion of dy namite at Chicago Tfio bodies of nil the 23 victims of the Coaldalc AY Va coal mine disaster have been recovered Fifteen hundred books were burned and other considerable damage done By fire in tho St Louis public liUrary Bennett Morgans rectifying plant nt Marlon N C was destroyed by fire causing a loss of over 200000 The Town Council at Sharpsburg has ordered places of business of every description to remain closed on Sunday- In Lee county an eightyearold son of R A Dunn accidentally shot and killed his sixyearold brother with a 22 ripe John Washburn died in his buggy from a paralytic stroke while en route from Taylorsvillc to his home nt Bloom fieldThe appellate court In a case appealed from Mayfield holds that no one not n manufacturer can lawfully sell beer within local option territory One person is dead and several oth ers are seriously ill from eating highly decorated candy hearts from n Christmas tree nt Two Harbors Mich Twelve small newsboys attacked and almost killed a Negro man in Louisville in retaliation for his having cut the throat of one of their number At their examining trial for killing Grant Holliday at Jackson Jake Noble was held in 5000 and Jerry Noble in 2000 Green Noble was discharged Throe of the nine indictments against former State Auditor Sherrick of Indiana who resigned recently at the r6 quest of Gov Hanly have been quash cdThroe women were burned to death in n fire which destroyed a boardinghouse in SL Louis A fourth woman broke her leg by looping from a win dowA crazy woman was arrested while trying to set fire to a largo New York tenement house Her male companion who was directing her made his cf capo Marshal T H Kirby of Scottsville was accidentally killed by the discharge of his pistol which fell from his pocket while he was working prisoners on tho streetW Moron aged 10 of Chicago shot and killed Robert Collier a com panion aged 17 and placed the body on u railroad track allowing n train to mangle It A petition signed by about 100 prominent men including Grover Cleveland John G Carlisle and Samuel L Clem ens asking for executive clemency for Albert T Patrick has been filed with Coy HIggins of New York Henry E Youtscy serving a life son tence in the Frankfort prison for the murder of Goy Goebol has appealed to the authorities not to bring there Jamos B Howard also convicted of Gov Cachcls murder Youtscy was tho principal witness against Howard and fears meeting him Solicitor General Hoyt of the Department of Justice in Washington authorized tho statement that letters had been received from friends of Caleb Powers asking for Executive clemency in Powers case and that the writers had beun informed that the case was not ono coming under the province of tho President to act Mayor Combs of Lexington on be ing called before tho grand jury and threatened with indictment for mis feasance in office in not closing the Lexington saloons on Sunday is said practically to have defied the grand jury to indict him He said it was im possible to close the saloons on Sun day in Lexington or any other city where the people wanted them open Mrs Minor Morris said to be a sis ter of Representative Hull of Iowa was ejected from the White House drugged some distance on the wet side walk nnd then huddled off in a cab to the House of Detention She had called at tho White House to see the President on business it is said and when on being told she could not see him she declared she would remain till she did see him Orders for ejectment are said to have been given by one of the Executives assistant secretaries A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good A H Thurnes a wellknown coal operator of IJulTalo 0 writes I leave been ulllicted with kidney and bhidder trouble for years passing gravel and stones with excruciating pain I got no relief from medicine until began taking Foleys 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 feel like a now man It has done me 81000 worth of good Penn ls Drug Store t J d y IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Samuel Cook aged 75 is deadat Per ryvllle Adam Bryant one of Rockcastles best citizens is dead Miss Jennie Herr McElroy is dead at Lebanon of consumption- W R Cook having failed to file bond for Road Supervisor as the taw directs Judge Barnett appointed Squire J P Barker Somerset Journal The wife of J S Reppert of Rock castle county is dead of heart disease Prof and Mrs Rcppcrt lived at Hus tonvllle several years The body of Gen J Wesley Jacobs who died in Las Gestos Cal October 12 will bo disinterred and brought to Danville for reinterment The jury at Lawrencoburg in the case of Jamos Boss charged with the murder of James R York fixofl his punishment at life imprisonment Taking no stock in the story that Frank Ball the lieU county outlaw is to voluntarily surrender the Civic Un ion of Middlcshoro has increased its reward for his arrest andconviction from 200 to 800 Johnnie Biggs 13 year oldof Cane Valley Adair county played with an old musket which he didnt think was loaded It was discharged and the doctor picked 35 shot out of his side and nearly as many were taken from his armItis announced hat the Louisville Nashville system will have trackage arrangements with the Southern in regard to the Clear Fork Railroad just put into operation between Jellico and the coal fields of Bell and Claiborne 300 citizens gathered at the City Hall in Richmond to witness the inauguration into office of Mayor Clar ence E Woods and the newlyelected Council The meeting was opened with prayer by Rev George Shepherd a thing never before recorded as taking place there at an inauguration Mayor Woods proposes tostamp out every vice especially gambling dens blind tiger drug stores and dope joints The committee of surveyors com posed of Col Isaac Shelby of Lincoln W B Edwards of Boyle and the official surveyor of Casey has agreed up on the boundary line at the point where Casey Boylo and Licoln counties come together This line has been in dispute many years and three families have never before known in whichcounty they resided Recently the male members have been voting in Boyle believing that they lived in this county The three families which are changed from Boylo to Casey are Hollow Bod ner Florian Wessinger and Henry Schon There are four or five voters in tho Bodncr family and nil of the families are democratic The action of the committee will therefore help to swell the democratic majority of Casey and decrease the majority in Boyle The survey was made from the corner known as the Five Mile Tree at the junction ot Stanford and Danville pikes below Shelby City and extends to the common corner of Lincoln Casey and Boyle in the German settlement Dan ville News Chronic Constipation Cured One who sulTors from chronic consti patlon is in danger of many serious ailments Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates thojivar and bowels restoring tho natural action of these organs Commence tak Ing It today and you will feel btttornt once Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is er pleasant to tatty Iofuso substitute- sPeuus Drug Store ONLY 30 CENTS ldyoubelieve it were I to tell you that the total amount for drinks served in the head quarters of tho three candidates for United States Senator in the caucus during the entire time they kept head quarters at the hotel was 30 cents asked Manager Ed Weitzel of the Cap ital Hotel of a politician Well that is the amount I collected from Senator Blackburn Col Hnldeman and Judge Paynter when they settled their bills u CORNS CuiiEnCorn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we 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 onlcosts 1C cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Judge impatiently interrupting a lawyers carefully selected citations Cant you take for granted that I un derstand an ordinary point of law 1 Lawyer coolly Your honor thats the mistake I made in the lower court where I lost my case Sunshine On orders of Mayor OBryan all saloons and gambling games were sus pended over Sunday at Oweaiboro Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har TalkingMachinesUptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky t SUGAR IS ADVANCING BUT L1 WILL GET 20 POUNDS AT W H HIGGINS ICASH HOUSE KENTUCKY LL I1JpreparefOr 1906 COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cnnnel East Tennessee Jellico B G Jellico Mountain Ash Jellico Barren Fork Pm DWheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy Hay Mired Hay Corn Oats Bran Shipstuff Big4 Mixed Barley BEST COW FEEl ON THE MARKET lVg4 Mixed Fccil Ground Corn Oats limn amid Barley for 75o per sack till Xmas We have a Crusher and can grind anything in the feed line Give us your order GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY Pure Water I CUll furnish you a Filter that will make Iuro Water in your cistern You had bettor fix up your gutter nnd get one of these Filters so as to get time Wjnter nnd Spring guns 5 H ALDRIDGE t Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky GREETING I desire to express my thanks to the people of Stanford tied Lincoln county for their generous patronage extended me in the past and ask fur a continuance during the coming year Being better equipped than ever to meet the demands of my increasing business with thejbet goods to be obtained in the markets I shrill nhYdys strivejto please myjeustomers both in quality and price Wishing you all n happy and prosperous New Year I am Very respectfully George Dr Hopper Stanford Ky dr 1 The Interior Journal tEc WALTON 1 His last days arc his worst poo fellow A few months ago Senator Chauncey Depew was riding the cres of the wave of popularity Now ther t are none so low ns do him honor Since the disclosure in connection with the I Equitable Life Assurance Society he has been regarded with suspicion and knowing it ho has avoided the gaze oC the public His wife too humiliate by the bitter comment on her husband has decided to remain in London and not return to Washingtonto resum her place as leader of the social circle And now to cap the climax of his woe aresolution has been introduced in the New York Senate requesting Senato Depew to resign and return to the State the commission he has sullied Verily honesty is the best policy I SECRETARY CORTELYOU Postmaste General exonerates Gov Beckham of the charge of opening Senator Black ttbums letters unintentionally and says that the trouble is due to careless mail clerks No evidence that the mai had been tampered with designedly in the Frankfort postollice or elsewhere j was found says he We believed all the time as no doubt did Senator Black burn who made the charge that Gov Beckham is too big a man to dososmall- a trick and we are surprised at the Sen ators stooping to such a depth in his effort to discredit Kentuckys splendid executive TilE New England woolen mill owners have raised the wages of their em ployes for the coming year an aggregate of 1500000 About 50000 per sons will reap the benefit This is fine But when one considers the ex tent of the protective ravage upon the pockets of the 75000000 people who either wear woolens or would like to if they could afford it the conces PitiMrSENATOR R L HUDDLE is a member of the following committees Agriculture and Manufactures Charitable In f stitutions Enrollments Immigration Buildtand Morals and Insurance Seems to us our clever Senator is going to be kept pretty busy- ACCORDING to the estimate of United States Senator Teller the Philippines have cost the American people not less than 800000000 up to date not to mention the great waste of valuable lives The question recurs as to how it will take for trade with tho rlong in hemp sugar and tobac co to recover this immense loss hGov PATTISON of Ohio was in such feeble health that he had to be placed yA glass cage well heated in order to ttake part in the inaugural exercises at ofColumbus yesterday It is hoped that the grand old democrat will be spared to bring the Buckeye State out of the mire and slush the republicans have gotten it in HUSTONVILLE Mr J D Depp was called to Glas gow on account of the unexpected death of his younger sister J W Allen has tired of the farmers life and again entered the live stock trade He has 65 splendid cattle ready for market and for sale Our newly elected City Council was sworn in at their regular meeting last Monday night J W Hocker was elect ed Treasurer and Dr 6 S Williams City Clerk- Sam Rutherfords home came near being destroyed by fire last week A chunk falling from tho grate burned t through the floor and was discovered just in time to save the building Prof II S Eubanks was given the entered apprentice degree in Masonry by Hustonvillo Lodge No 184 on Satur day night and T F Murphy of Chil t ton was given the Past Masters degree f Rev G W Mills has entered upon his 5th year with the Christian church here There has been 75 additions to this congregation since Bro Mills has t been its pastor which is good work all things considered Dont miss tho Old Fiddlers and Dan cers contest next Saturday night Dec 13th at Alcorns Opera House Five premiums in cash are to be given three to the fiddlers and two to dancers There must be five entries to fill in each contestf rwThe Glasgow Times suggests that Jim Howard might pply to the Gov of Indiana for a pardon after all Ilernor avenues of escape have been tried pnd closed to him t Clarence Gray and Jesse Bull were given life sentences for the killing of Love at Keg House Middlesbo fHenryTho dead body of E Crane Wilson Chicago man was found at Springsr with assassinat Jack Bolen at Middlesboro has surJ renderedt York for killing his brother is on trial at Lawrenceburg J St John Doyle a prominent Louis ville attorney is dead f t Speech of Representative Alverso Nominating Lawrence for Speaker Mr Chairman Ladies and Gentli men Tonight two years ago in this beautiful little city under the hill as most Kentuckians delight to call It where live the most generous and hospitable people that God ever let tho sun shine upon the Representatives of the Democratic party met here in caucus to select nominees for Its House officials with tho magnificent majority of 76 and tonight in this historical old building a repetition of that splendid Democratic majority is shown upon the roll call which goes to show that the people of the grandest and proudest Commonwealth in nil tho union indorsed the aces of their Representatives at the last session of the General Assembly as well as tho prudent economical and able administration of Kentuckys State officiate headed by J C W Beckham one of Kentucky most illustrious sons and best loved Governors Surrounded ns I am with beautiful womenyes Ken tucky womenIt affords me unbounded pleasure to be with my colleagues ami Frankfort friends again especially so upon an occasion like this when I have tho distinguished honor of nominating tho next Speaker of this House Mr Chairman I hail from old Lin coin county in the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky the dis trict in which I was born and reared a district which today I love cherish and respect where Democrats like to do honor to Democrats who have al ways proved true and loyal to their partyI to place before this caucus a man for Speaker who started his political career as a page in this House and who now desires to reach the highest office within in its gift the Speakership His moral record is as spotless as the snow that falls from the heavens a man who is as modes and gentle as a woman a man who Is possessed of the highest integrity a man who is honest capable and courageous a man who will give tt his colleagues a square and impartial deal a man who will be courteous buy firm brave fearless and loyal tc every interest of the great commor people of Kentucky last but not least a man who has always been loyal and true to old Democracy and to hei nomineesI place before this caucus for your consideration that splendid sterling young Democrat Henry andI Lawrence of the county of Trigg Speaker who has been battling foi Democratic principles and nominee for 20 years and who now comes before you aspiring for that office nol appealing to you in a sympathetic manner but comes on his record as a loyal Democrat and a Kentuckian tc the manor torn believing that his claims should be given consideration at your honorable hands and that as Democrats tried and true will re1 ward a worthy son who has followed that glorious old Democratic banner wherever she has waved under any and all circumstances- Mr Chairman when the Democrats of old Trigg county down in Western Kentucky the home of Democracy the district which gave to William Jennings Bryan the matchless leader of the Democratic party and of the treat common people of this country 14000 Democratic majority were looking for a Hobson to sink the Repub lican party and pot the Merrimac the matchless Lawrence was chosen and how well he proved himself a Hobson his presence hero tonight for a third erm attests to that fact in no uncertain tones Eets honor him who has been down in the Democratic trench with his pick and spade for all these years lets honor him because he has always delighted to honor Democracy and its nominees and like that old story I have often heard together in vie ory together in defeat That truly ean be said of him Additional LocalIFOR RENT Tho storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland ingleton Apply at this office r YESTERDAY was a fearfully bad day but a telerably good crowd attended court Not much business was done however THE Graded School now has 305 pu plls enrolled the largestnumber in its istory Sixtyfive of this number are in the first grade Miss Georgia Lewis teacher Tim Crab Orchard Banking Co W lasoh Morris cashier has our thanks for a beautiful calendar with which that popular institution is advertising its business C D PARSONS aged 41 died at Liv- Ingston of typhoid fever He is survived by three small children Mr Parsons was a train dispatcher and was born at Brooking S SONG BOOKS FREESend 12 names of music leaders and we will mail you a copy of our song book No 4 March 1st or send the names and 15 cts and- re will send a copy of our church book esurrected songs J B Vaughan then Ga L f SNOW three inches deep and the mercury at 6 above zero was tho condi lon of the weather at 6 oclock this morn- Ing OUR correspondents will greatly obtige us by sending their letters in time for publication Our Hustonvillo letter came at 430 yesterday p si too tate to use all of it TilE Bankof is succeeding beyond all expectations It was organized n year ago Sunday and its deposits are already over 50000 It has over eight per cent The stock can not bo bought at less thl1n 110 IK the county court yesterday tho wills of Mr Sim Ain George B Patton were probated lhe former left his insurance of 1000 to his wife and also tho house and lot on Whitley Avenue is to be hers durin Rulleythe property and apply the to a monument to mark the resting at Lancaster of himself wife and mother Mrs Patton left her property to her husband who is postmaster at Crab Orchard How to Avoid Pneumonia- We have never heard of u winkle In stanco of a cold resulting in pncumci nla or other lung trouble wlionFoloy Honey and Tar has been taton It not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens the lungs Ask for Foloy1 Honey and Tar and refuso any substl Into offered Dr C J Bishop of Agnew lIch writes I have use Foleys Honey and Tar in three verj severe cases of pneumonia with goo results in every case II Pennys DruJI Store FINANCIAL STANDING OF City of Stanford Ky To the City Council of Rtnnford I UUHUKhc would submit the follow In as my report for tile year eliding Dec tlt ll ttvU IUrE11T mlioii liniul January Ut 111 Ud Itecelved from License IrI n Tnxra 1rl Flnea Cv i Operation Ilnwlniul UI 1110 tJ KJCIIJVIHTUHK- rnlcl for tlnlllrltI SIKl Wntemndllgets 3211 t HtmjtWork 2712 m Kxtrn Iollco rNlKht Watchman IIIOI HupvrvUIng II Hose Dralnngo I II Hcrvlnu Notices In IS Printing uI Imipor AW a percent of Fines 1J N Lumber t311 Kltctlon Illanks le Ill Collecting Tnxcs lid 1Uepalrlng lump i 10 Cure of Prisoner ytary Mlftccllancous Account 0 llalnncu In Treasury 57a- rsPS AcYT4 Kfru Department ltLD Interest In mil Houn Ipa City lIull tu1Wtttge ifflu Push on hnml Due from O ern lloiisi etlmate II rti tt Duo from I A N II It IIi Due from 1ollce Court Bin- 3ca2 IIAIIIIITIKM Due N110 I A Ice eO for 5 yr rent t1et Duo Marshal forcollectlugdlnhince NIS- Ihue Marshnl for Deo Halnry SIs Due for care of prisoners 111111 Due for llallot Hooks nil tax hook II C- OSt Hint over and above liabilities liiV 15111 St Itenpect fully HUbmltted I IL II tin KH clerk Approvril liy Council Jon Ith PUBLIC SALE Of a BlucGraw Farm Crop and Stock llpvlngtlrclded to yule funilliiR I will on TIlUItHDAY JANUARY ills nt my ivslidiiw neor Manse arnir l toun mylnrmwrtlli land stale of cult tithtIt w11 lll1re1YYL IIR8 goof feilahlg ood cottttxe of lx riKini8oiielmllniul three lorcliHs AlfoKixxl CMllur lasllnu rISLrn loOtI outbulldlugs two IKIIKU two lIulllll iirhiK two goot look Ixiriiit one lOll kaolin liouw m four rooms tutu onu Kirch A9nnut toftill kluUa with u iiiitii lorone good grqr nrlior This turn Inys well mind cnn lie cultivated Ventyelght iicns to go In corn and tnlwic whtntIIt U oneiiiinrter mile of l Hitotllce lhllrchKKI pubtiecbooltoruud hlllk niltlik shop on the IjinonntT mid itlrh loud pfk3 inlUM south of pnl lit llck8 i lilt north ot IWIIICHHKT the qoimty Ht 01 Inrrnrtl Tim coinmunlty fur quietohrlutym- id ciinnot MiriniMed At tile snme time mid plncn I will uUo sell- lot of hogc mind cuttle one extra goof Jer y milch row eight heiid of homo one ood uentle linriici mnro Hired liy llonorii no Hed Wllkii herdnm by MisnitxT rllicnpiieyeiirlinu Illly by Cecllliin Chief out of the mure one four eiiroht rOil mire sired by Hux Hnlliluni IIy Kmjror Wllk n gOl1l1 RBIIIIO driver Iwo combliifd threeyi iirolil Immure Olll iiood comblnrd twoyeurold Illly one ootl family mind r t horse one liroml urn In foul to Jack KiirinlnK Iiiiilemi ats consist of one drill 1111 corn plainer one dine hiirrow ont inootlilng liiirrowone eiiltlviilortwotiirn iH plow one niowlnu mnujilne twodouble shmI111100 twohoi e golf till In Rood Lpulr mid other Ililnus too numerous to Hlitlon AIM unegood rnblMr tire hiiraess on gout brake curt oil rood cortOrollollllbl or three treks of hay ono undo tl tihockMof UKir coil tub hundn d IhOtks of good corn todder nnd llyo hun olltlIJlio fiirm will ho told In ire e payments one third null In nnd onethird In one year mid omthlnlIII two years with six IKT cent Interest omdiiy of h until imldwlth lien on the to IIICUrl tho lust two pnyinvnts mid Merest The took and crop will lie sold on six mouths tlino for nil minis of twenty dollnrx or more with U ier cent Interest rum- of sale until paid under twenty dollars clIh In liiiud nnytlIIWto beKln at a m infill thin SVth day of Devomlivr T It ItAMHKY JInnseKy ft Irowltt Auctioneer Klrksvllle Ky W I I 19O5 I Is a thing of the past its only a memory and its said we only remembered by what we have done To my friends areIpatrons let me say I remember yog kindly for whatyou have done for me during the past year You have made it pleas and and profitable and what more could I ask hope Ill be remembered by what I have done and that those memories will be pleasant ones I have tried to make it pleasant and profitable for you in our business relations and hope I have succeeded as well as you t 1 19O6Of it we can yet say but little but we promise you our best I 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 matters remain yours JODUUOUOOUOOOOO H J MROBERTS STANFORD IL AS PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Outdo over McKobcrU Drug Store in the Ovvelcy Building StockholdersMeetingl A awning of the stockholders of the First Niitloiml ItiinkofHtnnfnrd will tt held nt their Imnklntf hour hue tecontl Tuexlny In Jiuumry for tho inirio v of electing director for the ensuing nrIJolts J StockholdersMeeting A liievtlns of the stockholder of the Mn coin County Nntloiml Itunkof Htnnlord will held nt their Uinklne hoiuv the econd TneMlny In Jnnunry for till piirM H or 1cUni llnocllto fur tfir uulnjl year WM HKIUIIT Ciuhler For Sale Privately toy houso and 10 acres of land shunted lust outside of town limits on the Somerset plko louse hoe 7 rooms kitchen and set ranti room good collar stable and elf oeceMury outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard and one for stuck J P IIAILRY INSURANCEFire Accident None but the NTItO HKHTComimnle IteprfnenUd Ixiwe tlo slbls hues OllJlmnh lI luminglteu ordUne unllcd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilvildencn 1liono SolItI W H Mueller Watchmaker and JewelerI STANFORD KENTUCKY A Special Bargain One hundred wed lxty acre farm about 0 miles Nortweit of Stanford loo l twostory 12room dwelling ill splmtdfdbUwkhumrimorn- of till Inuit watered fnrlllNIII the iioewtaiiry outhulldlniis Mplendld err mni Ulncns III IIllwMnlu mr 111 plawrtT- hu whole Omno III well mind there Is no woctt hind Oil It Fly miles from DiinviH This n borgnhtumltlieplnmtuust tootd wlliiln llJMslonyivItibtoilVor IiiKheH Stanford Ky INSURANCE Your house may never burn You ire sure to die See rein talk with It M JJewlaml who will slow you the wlicy best adapted to your age and irciiinstance Claims paid prompt Iy Dividends paid annually or defer red ItM NnwhAM Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N V Organized 1843 ba22 Tratjlor DIALCH IK WhlsYtll Brandu Wines Beer Gifjars Etc Osrpsntsr House Ole to STANFORD KYI Prompt tat polite stttntlon Nothing but ths u lioBststUotloa drink Mall phone cr telegraph orders bill 4 WHEN ARE DRUGS PURE Whoii you get then nt this store Wo tiuvor handle any but Irwh Pure Full Strmigtlt Drugs and Chemicals It jmy to handle Pure Drug nml Part Drug only Our friend nut patrons approbation Itlngtf on Pure Drug Vc trivo for the ono by handling only tha OlhozPure Irugg r ar ttlt PENNYS DRUG STORE Stnnfortl Kentucky DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS workmenmade them so and oil who ever used them swear by them You cant use any other kmd if you want to do thebelt work IIATCIItT- S81HLttS SAWS ales nLLS- A1ILS o OEORCE I1 FARRIS po Stanford Kentucky JUST THE TIME TO rBUY AN OVERCOAT r The Weather Is Right r w E PerkinsCrab 9 Orch II dIJ v I rL 4t t d ti i f rEI IS paCE E JL C cS11 l t i mSEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY t A STANIOHD Kv JAN II 19011 v DnitRS and Drug Sundries at Pennys Drug Store PER LSD rbins IL I AinuioilT of Rowland h very HI Mil T M BOLLINO of Parksvllle hettlSundnyVii of Eola La Is Jicro with relatives ELD J Q MONTGOMEKV of Liberty attended court hero yesterday DR AND MllS W H O ANNON spent several days In Lexington CiiAHtcs CAMIIIBM of Casey haa been the guest of Miss Pearl Campbell MB ANO MRS CAUMIK DODSON of Vnyno were guesU of Mr and Mrs J D Ends MR W BORTON of IjMicastcr was here Sunday en route to lomlon to buy horse and mules Miss LYDAMALONB has returned to her homo In Casey after sending Xmas with Miss Pearl Campbell Miss GEKTKUDB GOOCII and b11- tloia Hubble of McKinney wcroguests of Mrs Garland Singleton WELCH ROCHESTER Is assisting Cwt ier H C Baughman in the McKlnney Deposit tank for a few weeks Slit B C MoNTCOMKuV of Roose volt 0 T Is hero with his old friends Ho U prospering in his now home ALFRED BADS nnd Grover McKechnlc returned Wednesday from Wayne coun ty where they had ben with friends W T STEiiuiNSON of Lebanon Junction Is with his parents Mr and Mm W P Stephoruon He is ill with rheumatism W G PBTTU8 hits sold his interest in the livery business of Ulnehart Pettua to J C lUnch cart Inurel County Local Miw G D McCouAiM and pretty daughter Miss Katherine Wells of Junction City ore gucsU at the King Hotel Crab Orchanl JOHN W BADS and family of Wayne county arrived Jan 1 and took IlO os ton of Mrs Goodknlghts farm which ho will run this year MIte T It RAMSEY of Garrard was hero Saturday en routs to Atlanta Ills brother B Ramsey Jr accom panied him to this place Mite AND Miut JAMBS I HAMILTON of Lancaster took Sundays tram for Memphis whore Mr Hamilton will dli poso of n carload of horses CITY JUDOB E S Goocil assumed t charge of his ofllco Monday morning and Is discharging the business of the City Court like a veteran Somerset Mountaineer of Miss Clara A srLBNDlu picture Cooper of this place npi oarod in SnG- unlayIF CourIer Journal It was sent from Ialncastcr whore oho wtuvWting x MIwAngia Klnnalrd Mns S J TATBM of Crab Orchard In hack from n visit to her steUr Mrs L K Tanner at Harrinwn Tonn The latter has recently preemttetl hut lau band with a sonRobert Edwin FHUX n TWIDWBLI who hoe been upending tho holidays hero loft vector day for WinitonSalom N C whore ha gill take out a now contract with theR J4 Reynolds Tobacco CoAdvo cafosV Hop J M ALVERUONO and Doorkceit or of the Senate Joo T I mbry spent and Sunday ut homo Fran cts Weathorford who tens appointed peakora pogo by Speaker Lawrence returned with them MR A C SINE stranded this burial Int Butler Saturday of Mr E S Burl Ij gamc who marricd n niece of his Mrs Burllngamo was buried just two Seek ago Both died of pneumonia They leave a number of little children Alns R C FORD was hostess Wed- 1I0llilay liinlcntrtft luncheon nClcrnoonnt n During the afternoon the guests entertained with bridgowhist and were beautiful little favors consisting of fens artificial roses etc wore given to tho winncrsMiddlcsboro News have MR D lth PHELPS family moved Lack to Madison from tho Shelby City section much to the regret or- mnny friends tnndeduring theirsojoum Besides being an excellent fn Lincoln citizen Mr 1holps is n Ono farmer and has done well financially here and family left Mils M E PHILLIPS stenlay for Corbin to reside Their y friends In this county give thorn many with regret but wish them prosper up Mrs Phillips Ity in their now home Mr Taylor will take In a few boarders House of Gnrrard now has charge t of her farm In the Walnut Flatsectlon MRS W S WARREN Is very ilh MR J C LYNN Is tiers from Frank fort JOHN N MBVEFBB JR Is ill with pneumonia FLU B J PINKRRTON of Lexington was hero yesterday DR PEIICV BBNTON of Brodhead was hero ycntorday Miss HILBN HOCKER of Hustonvillc is with Miss Minnie Woods Miss PATTIB MOORBS of Louisville is tho guest of tho Misses VnnDcvoor Miss KATIE MELVIN of tho East- Ind was tho guest of Mrs M F Law rence Miu J A SAUNDBRS of Garrard was the guest of his daughter Mr S II Aldridge MISS AnniK McCLAKY uf Stanford wits visiting Mrs 0 M Hucy Somer set Mountaineer OLUE FIELDS who has mach P G Warner tC Son n splendid clerk has re turned to his home at Turncrsvlllo D1 YOUNG and little son of Pitts burg spent several days with his father Mr J S Young nt Highland ibUL J C McCLAKY went to MU Vernon yesterday to embalm tho body- or a Miss Hunt who died there Sunday night MRS MARTHA HILTON REYNOLDS of Middlesboro was on yesterdays train- en route to Ixmlsvillc whero she will be guest of friends LOCALS CASH business exclusively this year M Wilkinson PLEASE return nC08trC1CiCi George II Farris- BFAUrIFUL line of pocket knives just received P G Warner Son WANTED To loan JlOOO on real estate See L R Hughes Stanford Ky CAM and see our lino of canned grads before you buy George D Hopper Fort SAUX Fancy bred hatred Ply mouth Hock cockerels and turkey hens T A Rico NBW line of 5 and lOc waro just re ceived Best value ever shown L M Huey Co Fort RUNT Cottage near depot for many occupier by Mrs Pattio Hays P P Nunnelley Lose between Rowland and Me Cormacks church it black laced bout No9 Leave at this office and receive reword Foil SAL on ItltvrDr J K Van Arsdalaa rooUloncc Possession given at onco Apply to L R Ilughas Stan ford Ky Till franchise to build an interurban or traction line over uveral plke of Lincoln county WM told nt auction you t rtlny to Mr JnntM h Wilt of tliU place for 17 WILLIAM SIMPSON of the Wost Knd charged with forging hia fathers signa ture to a permit to marry was hold in 100 to circuit court nt his trial Satur day He readily gnvo bond Ho claims ho did not write his fathers name but rofusw to dlvuljro tho name of tho per son who did IN what is sold to have boon a general battle between the Norton and Ar nold factions in Rockcastle county Big JiiA and Harlan Arnold woro instantly killed and Mm Arnold was shot in both urma About do shots wore fired Mitchell Jnmos M and Horace Norton Albert Hnmlin and J L Coop rare under arrest and their trials set for tomorrow Tho trouble arose over tho possession of a child of Joe Norton who married nn Arnold nnd from whom ho had been divorced HELD IN 200 Samuel Sweeney the 12yearold lay who attempted to passenger train No1 on tho Q wreckI had his trial before Judge II C ttiii Saturday nnd was held over cuit court in 200 which his father readily gave for him Tho youngster Is charged with nailing a piece of iron on tho track near Bourn this county with the intention ofwrecking tho train just for tho pleasure or seeing havoc wrought to both life and property De tective G T Helm of Danville worked up tho case and is said to have caught the boy in tho act of placing what ho no doubt wished would prove a death trap Tho case will likely go hard with him notwithstanding his youth Go to Wilkinson for firstclass laun dry Go to Wilkinson and get u hot or cold shower bath Go to Wilkinsons shop for a stylisl heir cut and an easy shave BRINC your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best service Miss ELLS SLAY SAWDERS has opened the Veranda Hotel nnd sake a share of the public patronage CHRISTIAN COLLEGE at Hustonvill was taught at public sale yesterday 1y James Frye now of Lexington for 3 200 TllBRK will ho a social at the Chris lion church Saturday nftarnoon from 2 to 4 to which everybody is invited A good time is anticipated IYANreDilrighthoneatyoung man from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids la D R DISIION asks us to say that tho mail boxes ho ordered for n number IIf his neighbors arc at T D Newland store and that they can call there und get them You are requested to call and sottU your account with me I have tnken in a partner in the person of my brother Grimes Bcazlcy and must get my books straightened up J R Bcazley Mil J B CONK of the firm of Com Bros the expert machinists of Lancas ice has our thanks for good work don on ono of our presses yesterday lie was en route to London when ho was called In to help us out EDITOR THOMAS of the Casey News who is evidently authority on the subject says When a men marries and deliberately invites his motherinlaw to make his house her home ho is either crazy or his wife has indeed a fine nether FARKD WELL Representative J M Alvcnon fared well in the committee appointments of Speaker Lawrence lie is on the Revenue ahd Taxation committee Charitable Institutions and Redistricting Legislative and Congres sional committees The first named is one one of the most important of the committees A CLEVER DEED On account of the small crowd hero at court yesterday ExSheriff M S Baughman decided not to sell the delinquent list advertised for the past month but wait until next court day It was a generous act on Mr Baughmans pert as it will be nee essary to advertise the property four moro timoc nt his expense HUTCHISON Mrs Dalloy Hutchison who died lest week pt Highland was a daughter of Squire J A Singleton n devout member of the Baptiat church and a good woman She had been mar ried scarcely a year and her young hus band is sterol cnwhod by his loss Sho luid Lean ill some time of kldnoy trou bio ItevlY R Davidson preached the funornl at Pleasant Point church in tho presence of a large concourse of sorrowing friends Tim card party gluon by Mrs W J Aston nt her beautiful homo at Walnut Mat Friday evening in honor of Mr layne D Smith was u delightful occn slon and those fortunate enough to bo present will not soon forgot tho good imo they had Elegant refreshments wore served and nothing was loft un lono that would have added to the de station of the guests Mrs Aston who fa n charming render gave several tumbors which wore greatly enjoyed MILHURN Mr Jamos Milburn aged bout 50 died In Danville Friday ove ing arid was burled by tho side of his wife in Buffalo cemetery Saturday uf moon Dr Pierce preached the Ju icral at the homo of his aged mother and Rev P J Ross officiated atthe grave Mr Milburn married Miss Sal lio Walter of this place who died a lumber of years ago Ho is survived by two children Walter and Annie Mil burn who although deprived of father md mother have a splendid homo with their aunt and uncles Deceased had been In bad health for a long timehaving iuffered from both dropsy and Brights disease Mr Milburn was a member of tho Methodist church and a clover nan Additional Local on Second Page ti IBeats The Music Cure To keep the body In tune writeI PlaeclPoujtllkrepslo Kings New Life fills They arc the most reliable und pleasant laxathx II hero found 15oit for tho Stomach Liver nnd Dowels Guaranteed by Ionnys Drug Store Stanford Lync HroH Crab Orchard at i5c It Is said that the Illinois Central railroad Is contemplating an extension into Now Orleans niter the line shal have been completed to Birmingham AlaNineteen persons met violent deaths In Chicago during the past 24 hours up to Saturday midnight AN ORDINANCE An nnllnnncc to Inn dn for nn Klectrlv- orHtriiin Itnllwayln till City of Htnnford- Ktntucky and toa11 n Kninelil p tliorofor Till Ulty Council of tlie City of Htiinfonlilo- mliiln ux followii That tluro U liireby crctitnl nndt IIbIlUhiHl n frnnclilv or jirlvlUKU to iiiiilntiilti and speedo a mllwny 101llrucI1 of Htanfonl to Ix r iHllcil IlcctrldlvoviT and nloiiK Main Htreut boundiiryIt Ion with Dniivlllt aloe nnnclll lfIt trout IleilllrrXlMtlall wit Muln Htntt to the point where It trosic ee the Ixiumhiry lino of the City over nml iiloiiK IliHtonvllIc Htmt to tln ixilutof It lutiTMetlon with stein Htrcet to tln iMdnt wherrltcroxsrq tlie liouiulnry Iliit of tho City IIVIT mill nlon Honiertet Htrtet from the itolnt where it liiurwctii Mnln Htmt to UK ixiliil whom U croswii tho Itouiulnry llneof thu City over unit along l iiunnler Htrert from Jthe xlnt of Its Inter settee with Mnln Htrwt to the point whero It Cityif or- 11IIMrlll1 of front owl aftertwrntylyrurx IToc- The rnllwny triirkn ibull bo located in lienr tho renter of mild stnet iimnuy Ix info and prnctlcnblo nnd the locution and con 11I1rhlollrlghluomettltnndnlotwIn neceHBiiry amt nultnlilo for the con Htructlon niulntvnnnre and operntloti of nn overhead Mnnle roller Kviteinofolcctrlolty Ii Thl fniiRlilM rhnlllx Milil ni nn on tlrety at public outcry to the hluhCKt tux In front of the Court HOUKC door In Htimfonl Kentucky on Hnturdny Jan1I0r Nth IIMI hv W U Wnlker M p Kl luorc and J1S rnxton who are nppolntod n coiiiinltttt fur tlint lIIrllOIlIrllr nn ndror tUeinent In the Interior Journal In lit Issue utJunm n fllhIplnbut wild In slml not Income eliectlve until npprorid hy the Cltv Council the right of reJectliiK nny and nil lililn IxIIlK riwrviilnml odd rule Nliull fur lIIMh In bonds lnlrxx the purclmtuT or purchimerH of IhU friiiKhlie shall In good rill h liocln work liereunder within inontln from the dnte tlmt lliisiililxOoiiUnelTiCtlvejinil complete Mime In three yenm from r IIIcjlllnllIlItllr thUfnuuhlKo Mlnill tut for feited 7 Thin ordinance dull take caret from nut lifter Itx i ulillciitlon In one lrw of the nenxpiiiiorAdopted yfnyarIwAB directed In till niece ordinance wo will on Saturday Jnnimrv lIhJtIIIIII front oil Court House door in Htnnford Ken tucky Mll at public outcry the frnnchlno de crll od In tin nliove ordinance on tile condition imcl term therein xrl forth latCommittee Jn IAXTON J SemiAnnual Statement of the IttcHinitcy Deposit Bank At cloio of business on Dec 30th 1005 RBSOURCK8 Loans ruwl discounU 88003 C- OHanking house and lot 2650 43 Furniture and Fixtures 1S1G 78 Duo from banks 7M6 35- Ovortlraf U secured 19 76 duht aaso6S Item carried M cwh 141 9 i 8095 36 LUUII1T1BS Cupltnltock SIGOOO 00 Surplus fund 100 00 Undivided profits 527 70 Individual deposits 28067 43695 3G Grosa earnings six months end ing Dec 30 1905 835 16 Undivided profits carried for ward 133 30 008 40 DISPOSED OK AS HOLLOWS Current expenses for last six months 11070 Carried to Undivided Profits 627 76 5068 40 ItOllctfully submitted II C BAUGIIMAN Cashier E J TANNER President If M WAUB VicePreaident H 0 BAUGIIMAN Cashier DIRECTORS K L Tanner S M Owens J F Cash John dh Carter W A Coffey Dr J C Barker J C Coulter R J S Murphy BrorB The largest assortment of i Clothing Hats Shoes and Furnishings 3 In Stanford superior qualities and prices lower than you usually have to pay we offer as the best reasons why it is to your interest to favor us with your patronage t SAVE MONEY By trading this year with CUMMINS i MCCLABV Since the rush of the Holidays we are giving Special Attention to our 5 and lOc Department i We have just received a new assortment of this ware which represents THE BEST VALUES in this line ever SHOWN IN STANFORD Come and See and Be Convinced Itlttlwetitetr J LM RUBY CO Dry Goods NotionsFive and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky i uyh t eti ir t Pr a dir3nr t l The Interior Journal Entered in the PostOffice at bTati ford as see ndelan matler- PIJI3Ws1IHD TOKHI AVM AND VHIDVii ATE 100 PER YEAR CASH aWWhen not no paid 1200 will be charged E D Peyton DEALEU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford elseJe IProprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBUE Stanford Kv good Llrery Serrlce at Reasonable Rates ball on us on Depot Street Also Dealer In Coal BD CARTER Successor to Bruce d Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable MenlYourhandled on Stock Pena In ConnectibuIt RESTORATIVE CURES NERY005DEBIUTT The world ataatt men who are rtronit In phjileiLmenui ana nnrre f orrei men ot aoiiitlon enerinr II1J1bondlTonake lfewolU1 dolr HorCI1troubleaduetoWjlin rjch bralthy blond and rrnnin waled uerru for women Iiooklct tree lrUanlperreii MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s SALE AT rEJWYfl DRUG STORE JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e eeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealerin IInrne 3SaddIery aSL STANFORD KENTUCKY OOlco Phone Home Phone 35 A FAMOUS REMEDY 1 GermanSyrupI1IeAn aa true asItellyou doctor dear Im eelln finer titan ever Ive been T 4Tbe poor consumptive should not be the victim as he often is but the moment the dread disease mani Jests its presence he should be given Uo acliees German pure non alco- iloiic medicine that is made speC lly for the cure of consumption and a worldwide fame as a for catarrh colds croup sore throat ana all bronchial affections in old and fit is sold in nil civilized countries and has been famous aa a consumption cure fcenturyTrial bottle 750 At all druggists thron out the world a For Sale atiPenny8 Drug Store UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost M good as new for a small amount I can Bz your umbrella better than the tramp repalrert and for less money Give ton a FRANK ATKINS Ntanford NEW LIVERY STABLE BtraSEJtCLABKSONIrcri JUNCTION CIT V K y Hrit01a t Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling ten Greta and nay For Salt Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Salo StaWo Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Upto date rigs at reasonable rates loridaNew Cuba i reached in comfort via QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE AND- SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special la Smlce Jmirjr tk Solid Pullman Train eNe Cltl CINNATI e 1111 M LEXINGTON llrtO P M TJAKVIlXIi 12i40 A M Ulnlrvr ml Observation On for Jerk r en rnd AuLuetlne via Chatta noata eJ Florida Limited Solid Train Lre C1JICIHNATI tl30AM LEXINGTON 1O3S 455UAUVILLK 1100 AM foicrrav Pullman Plnpert Obxr- rvatau Umlnz curs for JatkMnvlUe Rrl tnrtvn und SOrltaDl v nUlttlnooca MantaandUtrminibam Queen Crescent Special Kolld twin Cincinnati Lexington Din vine to New Orleans via Ouiunuoo and IilrmlRtfiam aim thnusti Pullman crvlce to Jar knl11 via Aibertlle and Bav mnih and Clurtmton Winter tourist tickets now on isle at reduced rata For Information apply Chat W Zen D P A Cincinnati ti G CLp P1 T LUlaztol1 oiRitrrr w r RIXKIIU- OOatnl KiMrr Ctu Mr ittmt- CINCINXATI O TQRiMcKinney Deposit Bank at the eloie of huslDfU on Dee 30th 105 RESOURCES LbansanJ DlsrountsfjlI6iOverdrafts securej It- OverJrafts unsecured 000 rq Due from National Banks s SB M Due from Slate Banks lUnktrs Uf TMfl M Due from Trust Companlesoo 0- 0lIklni House anj Lot JAhi es Estate a M anoooUOther Stocks and BonJs Specie 7e Ai Currency IAWI oo gao as lucliance for Uearinc ono on Other Items carried as Cash Ill ttt Purn tine anJ pictures timKunil toTu fs oaeaeC- urrenhIxpeusesLasQuarttr s nOl S11etla Give Jescrlrtkxi location vakian how lone owneJ ill teAl estate rxcrrt bankir c house ant tot It owned long er than tie yars Capital Stock rU la bleach JIUJKO Surplus FunJ Ito UnjIvUej Profits U7 Due Depositors as folkiwtvli Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not MM 2BU Deposlti subject to chick on which Interest paM no ono on DmaiiJ cerllacatM of JrosIS on which Interest is 1aIJ 00 ono m Time certHkales of JepoiMta on which Intttest Is pU no coo aSavings deposits on wltkh to terest Is pall opooo o0 Certified Checks toooo oo Due National llanks Due State Hanks and tankers oecod oo Due Trust Companies ooooooo Cashiers Checks outstanttaa o oo Ruts rediscounted uo ooa an ITnsCapital slick not raIJoCoo W SUPPLEMENTARY Hfthectmount of IndebteJnes of nay stockholder person company or firm In cluding In the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual mem hers or Indirectly If such IndeMedntss exceeds so percent of cap ital stock actually paid In ant actual amount of surplus of the Ink IIVUU ilemISee Sec Ky statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer ll amount of such In debtedness exceeds per cent of pall up capital stock of bank See See Kentucky Statutes Now Is same secured Does mount of indebtedness ot any person company or firm Including In the liability of the compary or firm thollablN lly of the Individual members thereof ex ceed to per cent of paidup capital anJ surplusIf amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend tea Were all expenses losses Interest and faxes deductedniierefron before dt elating dividend and was not less than per cent ot net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dlvlJenJ was declaredSee Sec Kentucky Statutes 111 dal II STATE OF KENTUCKY i County of Llncnlhi ss VepotltItown of SIcKlonerln said county Nlng duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all respects true state men of of said at the close of business on the Ruth day of Die roo3 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Dank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere ant that the above report Is male In compliance with an official notice re ceived from the eecreary of State designating the Wth day of eke 1903 as the day on which such report shall be male K J TANNER Iresldnt John Carter M Owens W A Conor JI rectors Subscrlled and sworn to ltfuro me F J Tan Der the 2nd day of January tlr F WIHK Notary Public Coinmluloa expires Match 3 FARMERS DEPARTMENTS J Bell bought in Casey 148 hogs at Jc White chester boar for sale II C Hocker Stanford II C Baughman bought of C II VanArsdale a harness horse for 160 G W King sold his Carpenters Creek farm to James Chelf for 3100 Casey News- J S Mobley McKinney Ky wants to buy a good gentlo marc or gelding three or four years old J B Foster and J D Eads Sons delivered the first two loads of hemp ut the new hemp house last week K N Ratliff of Bath county shipped to buyers at Pulaski Tcnn a car load of extra good yearling mules for which he received 150 The King farm between Grab Orch ard and Gum Sulphur has been sold by the heirs to Josh Howard of Bell coun ty for 4000 It contains 800 acres T II Bradley of Lexington bought the walnut trees on the farm of the Harper Bros near Midway 403 in all lumberiCOURT DAYThere were some 300 cattle on the market yesterday and probably twothirds of them changed hands The best price paid was 3ic but a good many sold at 2j to 3Jc Good horses were scarce at 100 to 150 Aged mules were in demand aj 125 to 160 Fon SALEAbout 41 acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is n good home and a cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky and has made up his mind to sell It fan be bought at a bargain For price etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky IFOR SALEA nice large store room above consisting of sev eral nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and all necessary outbuildings The property is in good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in the business portion of town The property will be sold at a bargain and is n splendid opportunity for some one desiring to go in business for the store and dwelling combined will bo a great saving in rent etc POSt session given immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L It Hughes Stanford CHURCH MATTERS Uev H R Mills who has been pas tor of the Methodist church at London has accepted a call to Sommerville S C Rev Wash Tyra n wellknown preacher of Lee county dropped dead of heart trouble while riding along the road Eld II C Garrison of Danville will preach at the Christian church here Sunday morning next in behalf of the C W B M Every member is requested to hear him The sale of Sundaylaid hen eggs be gun last October by the Womens For eign Missionary Society of Bethel church in Mercer county has reached such proportions as to permit the send ing of four missionaries to the Japanese field Rev M Gano Buckner has been call ed to the pastorate of the Christian of Harrodsburg tar the fifth year Dur ing his pastorate tho church has re ceived into its membership 350 new members and during the past year has contributed over 1000 to missions boo aide putting in a new organ and renew ing the interior of the church and hold ing the recent great revival Attention is called to the following notice of services for the Weekof Prayer The topics will be of interest to all our people and of vital importance to the religious life of tho community A full attendance of Christian people is urged and expected The services which will begin at 7 r M will be as follows TuesdayRov P J Ross at the Christian church SubjcctThe Unsaved Aroused to Seek Salvation WednesdayRev Gilbert Glass at the Baptist church Subject Society Evangelized Thursday Rev R B Mahony at the Methodist church Su- bjecthThe Overcoming Life Friday Rev L M Omer at the Presbyterian church Subject Missions be Rein spired and Reinforced Come in a devout and prayerful spirit and come promptly uu May Live 100 Years The changes for living a full Century ire excellent In tho ease of Mrs Jennie Duncan of ilaynesvllle Mo now 70 years old She writes Klcctrlo litters cured mo of ChrouioDyspepHla ifUO years standing and made mo feel as well and strong as a young glrl Electric Bitters euro Stomach and Liver dispases I31ood disorders General Debility and bodily weakness Sold on a guarantee at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyne Broil Crab hxhard Price only 60u 0 George Miller the Louisville cooper who was shot at Frankfort by Jacob Dossenbach also a Louisville cooper died from the wound David Correll has been appointed ostmaster at Ansel Pulaski county and Daniel C Sparks at Kirby Knob Jackson county Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best Made 11In my opinion Chamber In In Cough Ijemcdy is tho best imulo lot colds says Mrs Corn Walker ol 1orterville California Thcro Is no doubt about it being llio best Nc other will euro a cold HO quickly Nc other is so sure a preventive of l twit monia No other is so pleasant and safe to take Theso urn good reasons why It should be preferred to any other The fact U that few people art satisfied with any other after having onco used this ivmody For sale by all druggists A unique organization has been per fected at Perryvllle Boyle county The only qualifications of membership are that the members must have been married more than 50 years So far there are only 10 members M follows Mr and Mrs H N Mitchell Mr and Mrs J L Webb Mr and Mrs Richard Guthrie the Rev and Mrs Joseph Hopper and Mr and Mrs I L Dcbaun All of theso families live in Pcrryville Stomach Troubles and Consti pation- Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets art the best thing for stomach troubles and constipation I Intro over sold It J It Cullmnn a druggist of Pottervllfe Mich They art easy to take and ala vys give satisfaction 1 tell my customers to try thorn nnd If not satisfactory to corny back and get their money but have never lint a complaint It For sale by all druggists Too much drank a jovial baloonlst And saw what he took for n moonist This scare was enough He quit using the stuff And now hes a wealthy saloonist An agreeable movement of tho bowols without any unpleasant elleot U pro duced by Chamberlains Stomach anti Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists J IL Coffey who had been jailer of Green county but four days fell dead from his horse in the street at Greens burg PARKERS HAIR DALSAM nnuuri Md tMvtina bald true 4J hrurt tnnlK I fortyIIalCum rnii alt I hilr t FOR SALE Knrniof MIKTIR tftHMl blur grass fund to Imito in nil linn I ncr of liuiip on It this ndlolrotnttt s room kltrln n Ixick Mircli and cistern JlurIrIllNIIIIIIliiitdiivlllf Ky H F HILLENMEYER I SONS Blue Grass Nursorlos Lexington KY Offwr fur HID Full of Ilittn full Minsk of fruit ulnrngusMinploy ni iigtiU hut sell to tin Jl liter Onluingueounpplleatlou StockholdersMeeting tin tock ImtiliT of tin Nn tluunlltnnkof llustonvlllewill lx held lit their INlllklll boned In lluitonrllli the we emit TunxJiiy In Jinuinrv teat tsvnt n o lull tnor the puriiotb of ulvctliiu illr o tor to war the hlllllKitllrJ fuhlr Give Me Your Order Can Please You Why buy rvnilyiiinil clothlnc when llmr UiiulUtlc tllllerepeu III taw pncw of high lnil ruiiilyiiinilf sultii nnd n iiult mull to our iniHiiiirHiiiciit tnkfii hy mi uxiwrlonoml Inllort I have a liiind oiiu Imo of and IlrlhullIoviTioiitu trouser mil tlllle vwtii The comiMitiy J mprciKiit Uonuof file bust H C RUPLEY the Tailor PUBLIC SALE I will eell nt pulillr nuillon at my fiirni oil thr Htnnforil Urn orclunl plkvtwonilli from Crnl Orrliunl on IYFhN13HDAYJ1Nlelnxt- Iin work nuilu riiiiililiiiriiiir Hnillk row rush u lot of 1 ymirlltiK lillilox YrnrlliiK cnttlr slriim mill hcll ire JIll of corn lot of baud inlllut hey il stuck of lot Soil liny timothy nml clover lot of fmliliT fiirinliiu lmiluiiiunt ConitKiliiK of n mowt r urrI111111 helm s IIIIIIIlot of liotlaohleil If toyrlrtnorinnrrralioiif on It Ijind Unll InnnisH lint olg lit sharp14rhnII J HMIrli Crab Orrliiinl Ky J tutu uultcr Au- erPOSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting aching or any kind of tros on our plnco and will prosecute violators to the full oxtent of the law Mrn Unto Ador llelchonbrch Hrs Fred VonOruenlfiun Albert VonOruenlijan Fred VonAllman Fred Haunmnn Mired Simpson George Holme Mitt Mottle II Uetchrnbaub Charles Cummins Jot Hullou A 0 Putin S llolmei W E Arnou Wit DnuRherty M J Hoffman M U Elmore Peter W garter J Nevin Carter J E Bruno w F fliomnkor Thomas Kerrlll Orson Kurrlll F J Oonn John n Oamenlich Saw Trbrl e A U Hoot Obarlei Ens lln Frank Cordler Mrs M Hoyden Welch Peter Balmer Jobn Meier Samuel LID ser Jacob Oatder Mrs Alice Lytle David Stephens Mary lloirmann L P IlauKliman- Onrlntenu Oroyton J O Carpenter lIamuonI BARGAINSIN UNDERWEARWHILE Heavy Sanitary Fleeced that sold for 50c a garment we will sell at 35c a Garment WHILE THEY LAST ar1 SAMROBINSON NextDoor Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY n TheCKentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky tart Only Daily anti Weekly Published nt the CnI lI1IntHI the oilyone that over took the Attainted Press Itlorts has rucently Iwoii unlarged and greatly improved It makes n epeeinltyof LOCAL NEWS including that of tho Court of Appeal State Hoes Court The Forionil Quirt It it es pecially valuable to lawyer Siilcriptiun yearly 81 Send runiitlnnrc t WeP WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentucky e LINCOLN OUNIY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 10000tn n Olrectorsi I R Patton 7 R OWley I II Bhanki W O Walker Oeo W Oars j it Potter L 0 Gooch W II Uumralni HrtghtIt w n Shank 8ncce 9or to The Farmer flank A Truit Uompany and under taut contlnuuutljtor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such bailneta reUtlaut will prove mutually beneficial First Nationalor rCapital StocK 50000 Tblg Institution was originally eatabllihkA M tho Deixnlt Hank of Btanford In liil then reorganized ai the National Hank of Stanford In lets and again reorganized ai the Plrtt National flask of Stanford in 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted exlsutnco for 43 year It li better supplied now with facllltlri for transact lbg promptly and well than ever before in Its long honorable caruer Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poraUons Solicited Officers 8 U SHANK rrtl4ldllll J 8 Paxton Vice President W H BHIonTOaihiir W O WALKER atQsu n Officers J 8 HOOKER Prri BT IlAHHIH V Pros J J MCK01IHKT9 Chr W U WKAUKNAsldhr Directors r Reid Danville R T Harris Btanfnro J S Hooker Btanford K L Tanner UcKlnner D lilmore Stanford H Ilaugbman blnnforfl T p mil Stanford Ju Kobluion Hubble I H Hauclitnan Stanford J Vettui Btunford 0 E Tate Stanford YOUR WANTS r aIN SDrugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco r Will be supplied for low cash prices by L W B McRoberts ISTANFORD Piitsou supervision given to nil 1regrriptions compounded r UNRIVALED DISPLAY i of Mechanical and Musical Toys Toy Books Dolls Doll Furniture Etc at WILL N CRAIGSDruggist and Optician