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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i h THE INTERIOR JOURNALt VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 16 1905 NO 31 BUBBLE A sly old fox destroyed 52 turkeys for Mrs Yeaky In ono night There will be preaching at the Chris tian church Sunday afternoon T C Rankin and James Bratton are ta Louisville attending the Confederate Blank the boss water melon ralier has yinen covering the patch and melons almost ready to eat Elder A It Moore now of Birming ham but formerly of Lancaster will assist Bro Tinder in a meeting at the Christian church hero about Aug 1st C C Withers sold Mil young mare to Mr Brent for 100 M B Eu banks and It L Hubblo shipped their hlop hogs Saturday for which they will t receive a handsome sum of money as profitIn the absence of the pastor ProC J B Mannix of Lancaster navo an interesting address nt the Mothodtat church Sunday morning lilies Janet I McKccbijIe of Monticello is the guest of her cousin Miss Joaaio McKechnie Eld S Tinsley of Louisville wwi hero last week mingling with his many friends Mlw Mary Roberts of Somerset is the guost of Mla MILl Ran kin Misses Mary Leo and Elizabeth Givens spent last week with relativos in Stanford Miss Ethel Carman hoe returned from Lexington and lute as her guests Mines Elizabeth RoborU nnd Vcrna Sink of that city When You Gome to Think of I- tt As funny a plcca of news as evorI came over the cable was that explain ing the curious position of Admiral No bogatoff who is a prisoner war In Japan Ills captors offered to parole him Ho doesnt want to ho paroled They offered to let him cablo to the- Czar He doesnt want to cable to theI Ctar He likes It In Japan Ile wants to stay there And when you come til think of itI why shouldnt he If ho goe home hoI will be courtmartialed perhaps shot Anyway there is neither fun nor loryI in coming homo beaten vide Stoencsel And Japan to a delightful country tar more up to date thin IusI sia The toms and chrysan themums and geisha girls make life there highly artistic And the Admiral may learn I6ta about naval warfare Who knows but that some future gen eratlon may read of a great Japanese naval victory achieved by Admiral No bogatoffovama It would have been far bettor for Admiral Cervora to have remained with us We admired him his compatriots did notNew York Journal 1 Just What Everyone Should Do Mr J T Harbor of Irwlnvllle GaI always keeps a bottle of Chamber Iains Cohe Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand ready for Instant use Attacks of collo cholera morbus and diarrhoea come on NO suddenly that there Is no time to hunt u 0 to the store for medicine Mr lIathurI says I have tried Chamberlains troll Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which U ono of the best modtelno over saw I keep u bottlo of It In my room as I have had several atttfeks of colic nnd It has proved to lx the host medicine I over used Sold by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky Credltor What do you mean sepding me this draft It has beenI protested you have no nccount1I PoetMy dear SIT I have a big ncI count but Its purely imaginary Creditor Well of nil thewhat on earth PoetBe calm Is it toot a poets privilege to draw on his imagination A Bad Scare Some day you will get u bud scare when you fool a pain in your hOWltIII and fear appendicitis Surety lies InI Dr Kings New Life Illls uHurocurv for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness costive ness etc Guaranteed at G L Pen nys Stanford and Lyno Ilrbs Crab Orchard drug stores only 2xj lIrI them W H McAllister secretary of the American Tobacco Company was ad judged guilty of contempt in the Uni ted States Circuit Court in New York for refusal to answer questions put toI him before the Federal grand jury concerning the business affairs of the corn- Fields pany of golden grain seen from a car window cause the worldworn city man to whistle softly Down on the Farm The same fields seen from the helm of a selfbinder cause the country boy to swear softly down on the farm Louisville Times S TommyBeen afiahin JohnnyUh huhl TommyCatch anything Johnny Dunno Aint been home yet t Here and There Tippoo Tib the noted Arab chief and slavo dealer is dead It is estimated that Louisville has 45000 visitors during the reunion Gordon Belcher was assassinated by an unknown person in Wyoming coun ty W Va- Pleasant J Potter the veteran Bowing 4 Green banker is said to bo at the point of death The Board of Alderman of Lynch burg Va invited President Roosevelt to visit that city A young man was incinerated and his father fatally burned in a fire at Indians Harbor Ind Corporal punishment abolished sometime ago in the New York public schools has been restored James T Harrell ono of the most prominent men of Todd county was found dead In his hummock after a hearty dinner Plans are being made by the Department of Health of New York to build a 30000 lulioratory for the manufac ture of vaccine anti antitoxin- It Is known officially at Washington that three cities undor consideration by Russia and Japan as a location for t peace conference are Washington the Hague and Geneva Prof T C Cherry was elected Su perlnhm ont of the Bowling Green city schools There wore in all nearly a hundred applicants but the fight narrowed down to five Prof Cherry finally winning out The Government has ordered copies of a photograph of the Presidents hunting party doystroycd because the abbreviated skirt of a young lady in tho party revealed too plainly in the picture u pair of very pretty nnklos John C DrLscolI appeared before the grand jury in Chicago in connection with the bribery charges against labor leaders originating in the strike trou lies DriscolUdld not appear until tho throat was made to send detectives after him- Another chance for his life will be given JohunnIIoch tho convicted Chi sago wifemurderer Gov Donecn has assured his counsel that if the sum necessary to pay for the record on ap peal is ready by June 21 n respite will bo given in order that the case maybe taken to the Supreme Court Huge Task It was a hugo task to undertake the cure of such a bad east of kidney di sease that of C F Collier of Cherokee In but Klectrlc Hitters did It He writes My kidneys wore so far gone I could not tit on a chair without a cushion and Buffered from dreadfulbackache huaduuho and dc proiMlon In Electric Hitter howev I found u euro and by them was restored to perfect health I Com mend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or Mtonmeh Guaranteed by G14 Penny Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard drug gists Irlcv fA- a For quick wit tho Irishman cant be beaten Here lain example taken CromI from Smiths Weekly of England A welltodo Irish merchant who was very careless about his clothes got into a fino carriage A Popish fellow passenger was very much annoyed at Pats presence in the compartment and missing his handkerchief accused him of picking hs pock but In the midst of his tirade discov ered his handkerchief in his own hat and made a very lamo attempt at apol ogy which Pat interrupted with Make yourself aisy darlint dont bother about tho matter You took me for a tlmfe I took you Cora gentleman Wo were both mistaken Found a Cure for Dyspepsia- Mrs S LIhdsuy of Fort William Ontario Canada who bus suffered quite a number of years from dyspep sia and great pains In tho stomach was advised by her Tlrugglst to take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets She did BO and says find that they have Juno mo a great deal of good I have never had any suffering since I began usln them It If troubled with dyspepsia op Indigestion why not take those Tablets get well and Itaiwell For sale by Lyno Bros CrubI Orchard Ky WIfcy She left Cher stand week she was married and went back to her mothe- rHubbyWell thats much more sen stile than what you did You sent for your mother a week after we were married Judge Hewitt I wish I lived in Greenland JewettWhyHewittIf dream that you have money its six months before you wake upJudge1he effect of Chamberlains Stomach andLivorTablets is so agreeable and so natural that you do not realize the tho effect of n medicine For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orch ard Ky I JI I x C 11A NEWS NOTES Prospects continue bright Cora heavy wheat yield in Russia Three more cases of yellow fever InI the Panama Canal Zone were reported Mrs Margaret Abrams said to be 101 years of age is dead at Frankfort The Bourbon circuit court adjourned on account of the Confederate reunion A 50barrel oil well was struck on tho Fates farm near Edmonton at 200 feetBaron Nathaniel de Rothschild of the famous banking family died nt Vienna Chnrle wearingen a member of a prominent Simpson county family was killed by a mule The Supreme court of Mississippi holds that the Jim Crow law must be literally obeyedrThe Cuban House of Representatives voted 100000 to Gen Maximo Gomez who Is critically ill The Rio Grande river is again on a rampage and railroad traffic is being seriously Interferred with Mrs George Campbell wife of a New Mexico ranchman shot and killed her five children und herself 5 A Unyvs n bank cgshjcr of Ljex ington Okla was arrested on the charge of making false entries Hotaro Date a Japanese student won the medal for highest honors at the St Louis School of Fine Arts Continuation of the strike is ap parently the keynote of the convention of miners in session at Birmingham Mrs George Campbell wife ofn New Mcxicp ranchman went suddenly in sane and after killing her five children committed suicide At a meeting at Chattanooga it was decided that a handsome monument should be erected in honor of the late Gen H V Boynton A salt water bath is ono among the new conveniences to be provided by the Lake Shore road for travelers using Its special between New York and Chicago In an address to the senior class of Voiwar College the lion David J Brewer Intimated that some day a woman might occupy the presidential chairCarl A Claussen a wealthy New York broker while in a delirium of fear caused by nightmares jumped from a window of his ho ie and was annual encampment of the Ken tucky State Guard will be held in Au gust The point at which the camp will be held will be selected within the next few days It is believed that Indiana Ohio and Pennsylvania merchants have been swindledout of at least 100000 by forgedchecks purporting to have been issued by the Stnndard Oil Company Col William Colville of Red Wing Minn who led the famous charge of the First Minnesota regiment at Gettysburg was found dead in bed at Minneapolis while attending his old regiments reunion- A man in West Virginia has sueda restaurant keeper for 1000 basing his claims on tho ground that continually sawing on tough meat superinduced a severe case of rheumatism which crippled his left wrist for some time All worlds railway speed records were broken by the Pennsylvania special in the run from Chestlino to Fort Wayne Three miles In 1271 sec onds or a speed rate of 1273 miles per hour was shown in the vicinity of Elida 0- Theodore P Delyannis Premier of Greece was stabbed to death at Athens by a professional gambler named Gherakaris The assassination caused great popular indignation nnd gendar mes rushed their prisoner to jail to avoid a lynching The court of appeales decided that only one conviction can be had in each county in the cases against tho Standard Oil Company for violation of the ped dlers license The court held that each unlicensed sale does not constitute a separate offense Fifty or moro yards of the mile and a quarter grandstand surrounding the exhibition arena at the 101 Ranch in Oklahoma collapsed 18 persons being moro or less seriously injured The accident was witnessed by 5000 spectators attending the entertainment- A Cotton Belt special carrying Confederate veterans from Arkansas to the Louisville reunion was wrecked near Golden Gate Illon the Southern rail way and three persons were killed and 30 injured One passenger was killed J J Uhles of Greenway Ark Among those seriously injured were Gen Jas Jordan and Capt John S Bell of Pine BluffA of the Commissioners of the Pan Anerican Trades College Council will be held in Austin Tex July 10x The Purpose of the Commis sion which was established by tho Texas Legislature is to found an institution somewhere on tho Texas Gulf coast where the languages habits needs etc of the various peoples of the taughtt s 14 LANCASTER Victor Lear sold a pair of mules t Charles Scott for 41Q Pony Beaz ley sold a horse to former Auditor Sam Simpsoboujtht32 C A Robinson bought of Bright Herring a lot of hogs at 4Jc J L Hutchins sold a horse to J P Rogers for 100 A J Thompson sold 40 hogs to Dave Thompson at 4Jc Lllburn Ray sold a pony to Ike Montgomery for 00 Mrs McNees of Cynthlana is with her son Dr A J McNees Lewis Herndon of Louisville was with rela tives here Mrs M D Huhges is with relatives in Louisville Mr John W nnd wife and Mrs Georgia Lusk are attending the reunion Mrs Claire Witwer and children of Dallas Texas are with Capt and Mrs White Mrs J R Mount left Tuesday evening for a visit o relatives in Louisville and La Pearl Burnsido Tevis Car penter and Patsy Prewitt and Messrs Jack Rout Alfred and Harry Higgins came over from Stanford to Miss Mounts reception Thursday evening Misses Herndon Paris njul Klflnalrdt were with Miss Clara Cooper of Stanford for the reception given bv the senior class Friday evening Miss Elizabeth Hoover has returned to her home in Nicholasville after a two weeks visit to Miss Margaret Mount Miss Hoover had quite a few functions given in her honor during her stay here among them being Mrs Robert McRob erts garden party Tuesday afternoon which was a most delightful affair Miss Mounts reception Thursday eve ning and an impromptu dance Friday evening The dance was quite a nice affair and largely attended guests from Danville Stanford Crab Orchard Nicholasville and Louisville being pres ent IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES eTplocsuicidedblur is assigned Corbins Board of Trustees has pass ed a curfew law and all persons un der 1G years must be oft the before 8 oclock r it streetsI Eugene Anderson who was been married Wednesday shot a manInamed Wearen at Paint Lick the before and is in jail at IancasterIWilliam Barclay Bluff Ark won the Annual June Ora torical Contest between the Deinologian and Chamberlain literary societies of Central University William Rogers a moonshiner was captured by revenue officers while oper atin a still near Cruise postoflice on Roc castle river The still was cut up and burned and over 806 gallons of beer was poured out Rogers two partners escapedDrs George M Reddish and A W Cain having purchased the Marker Ho telon corner of Main and Columbia streets will at once convert it into a modern hospital at an expense of from 12000 to 15000 The surgical de partment of the Reddish hospital will be removed from near the depot Somerset Journal Work on the new Odd Fellows Tem ple at Harrodsburg to be erected at a cost of about 15000 will be begun within the next few days and will be pushed rapidly to completion It is now proposed by the city to erect in connection with the temple a city hall at a cost of about 4000 nnd it is thought that this can easily be done as the city owns several vacant lots which can be sold for more than enough to build the hall- SA17tC9 OF A CYNICAL BOARDER None but the brave can stand the fare The star boarder takes the cake Where the servants cease from troubling and the housewife has a rest Dontcry over skimmed milk All prunes look alike to me Look before you sleep Whats one mans meat is another mans hash A fish In the pan Is worth two in the brookJudgeA administered to Mayor Weaver of Philadelphia by the Com mittee on Street Railways of the Council when the Mayors measures repeal ing the ordinance granting franchises for railway lines over 110 miles of street were referred to the City Solici tor for an opinion on their legality A repetition of disorderly scenes attending the passage of the gas lease occurred and cries of thieves and crooks greeted the committee A squad of police was called in to preserve order Sc If some of the pretty young ladies of Winchester keep on for the next four weeks subtracting from their wearing apparel at the rate they have kept this up for the last two month we would hate to be a blind man on the Fourth of July Jackson Hustler i i r YOURE INVITED al To pay my Store n lengthy call that you may inspect the many new upto date desirable good things I have so carefully bought for this seasons sell ing Come in look examine compare and price You can buy if you like My goods are all for sale but you are welcome if you only look and price liens suits in black thibets for dress wear fancy Cassimeres and Worsteds in light medium and dark patterns for business wear86 to 816 Young mens suits in all styles 83 to 8750 boys knee pants suits ia all styles SI to 8350 The famous Best Shirt on earth for 50c Regent Best Shirt for 81 All America Shoes 8350 nnd 84 Also a completo line of Shoes Hats Dry Goods and Ladies and Gents Furnishing Ooodet-Good goods at small p- ricesSAMROBINON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bankh STANFORD KY If yoqr Binders or Mowers need any repairs let us have your order early as well have no expert to do gratuitous work this year Binder Twine on hand now Giveus your work W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY I GIBBONS MAY ME COMFORTS Are detracted from if the interior decorations do not properly harmonize Let us aid you in bringing about the proper and desiredeffect The benefit of our experience and our many facilities arc at your disposal WINDOW SHADESnlohnndte Illith Htiuulnnl Ialut ItliniltlCCiiiii Paintersi 1IIrHumlrlps lIllIlIlO round when all Kni1 Mnln Street I aim any DANVILLE KY Paint i Paint Paint For Metal Hoofing Observation is the best teacher I know that tho tinner has the best chance to notice the condition nUll find out what is tho best Paint for Tin See me if you have anyroof to paint or let me sell you the paint Hoofing Guttering Filters Iump and Plumbing S H ALDRIDGE t Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky J Buy SherwinWilliams Paint of For Sale by DR W N CRKIG Druggist Stanford Ky W E Perkins Store Is Headquarters for Fountain Shirts at 1 to 150 nothing better for the money Famous Shirts 50c 4 Have no equal at the price Onstein Rices neckwear uptodate stuff Clenett Peabodys Col late and Cuffs They lead in quality and style W E Perkins Crab orChaidIIKy y1r The Interior Journal I EC WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For UepreicntaUve s J M ALVERSON t For County Judge R C WARREN- s For County Attorney W S BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For County Cleric GEORGE B COOPER For Aiscssor W A CARSON For Superintendent of Ecboolij GARLAND SINGLETON- For Jailer W I HERRIN vTilE15th annual Confederate reunion t was formally declared open at Confederate Hall Louisville at noon Wednes- dayr when Gov Beckham welcomed the visitors on behalf of the State and May or Grainger officiated in a similar capac ityforthe city ofLouisville ExConfed erates are in the Falls City by the thousands and they are getting the best thats going It a a grand time with the old heroes and heres hoping that they will enjoy their reunion to the fullest extent possible May they be spared to attend many more such happy occasions ExEposition appears reports to a grand success but it seems a little previous Lewis and Clark did not ar rive on the Pacific till November 1806 so the fair is opened more than f a year and six months ahead of time Portland doubtless wanted to take time by the forelock so that she would be able to come and bring her kitting to the Jamestown celebration in Vir ginia which is the next big event on the program THE editor of the Springfield SunI who is no donbt deeply in love with some fair damsel pays woman this gushing compliment Shes prettier than an evening star in the shadow of a summer snnset more inspiring than a thousand songs and as bewitching as fawns tangled in the vines of a wilder ness of roses Shes our hope our ro t mance our vine and fig treethe light which enables us to see a million miles y I beyqnd the North star AT a convention of women in Rich mond Va the other day Mrs Arthur M Dodge of New York said The absolute limit of a woihans capacity for taking care of babies is eight and she ought never to have more than six We are not expert testimony J on the subject of caring for children but from observation are inclined to the belief that Mrs Dodge knows whereof she speaks I Mas ACNES MEYERS was convicted at Kansas City of the atrocious mur der of her husband whom she poisoned and then hacked to death with a scissors and was sentenced to be hanged but she will never suffer the penalty It has become the unwrit ten law of this country that women shall not suffer the death penalty no matter what they dot JUDGE GEO DURELLE of Louisville says that If Judge Harlan wants the Republican nomination for Governor of Kentucky he can get it without a struggle and be elected beyond a doubt There is nothing on the judges side of the political horizon in the State of recent years appearing to warrant the last assertion and he is evidently talk ing through his hat THOMAS F BRYAN who negotiated jr the purchase of James H Hydes stock t in the Equitable is said to have planned as part of the purpose of the transaction the formation of the largt est trust company in the world t consolidation of the Equitable Trust and Mercantile Trust and the Morton Trust Company all of New York As Norway is no bigger than New Mexico and had only ra little over two million people in 1900 no one t need got excited over her severance from Sweden which has a little over five million Neither is prepared for war which would prove a very little one if they were to declare hostilities EXGOVERNOR Taylor thinks he is the choice of the people of Tennessee for United States Senator and has ac cordingly announced his candidacy He may be the choice of the men but his matrimonial escapades recently knocks him entirely out with the women THE CourierJournals Confederate Veteran edition was a magnificent ef forton the part of that excellent pat It of work and money to per the out but those things are secondary considerations when that great daily attempts to do a thing THE Danvilte News summer dress is R beauty and fits like Alex jacket n t MATRIMONIAL Howard Cook and Miss Mary Done gan were married at Winchester Miss Mabel Bruner and John Cantor of Gantird county were married hereby Judge F A Bullock says a Lexini ton dispatch and left at once to ask forgiveness of the parents of the bride The marriage license which the groom had with him was dated May 27 and since that time numerous efforts had been made by the couple to get mar ried SiANKSCooKEThe marriage of Mr John Henry Shanks to Miss Anna Lee Cooke at high noon Wednesday was not only a swell social event but the culmination of a long courtship fraught with as little of lovers quare rels possibly as any that can be recalled Rev J W Hagin now ofCov ington performed the ceremony which was short but pretty an elegant six course dinner served by Gilcher of Danville was enjoyed and at 230 Mi and Mrs Shanks left for the East to be gone some time The bride who is a handsome blonde and of an exquisite figure wore during the ceremony batiste creation and bridal veil and carried a large bouquet of lillies of the valley Always pretty she was indeed lovely in her bridal costume Her tray eling suit was a beautiful gray with hat to match She is the eldest daugh ter of Dr and Mrs L B Cook and Isa decided social favorite in Stanford Mr Shanks is the youngest son of Mrs Lou Shanks and is a popular energetic and moral young man He holds a respon sible position with the L NI railroad and is highly esteemed by the head officials of that great corporation Mr and Mrs Shanks were the recip cents of a large number of costly presents which indicates to some extend their popularity and which are highly prized by the recipients The Interior of the handsome home on East Mali street was indeed a thing of beauty decorated as it was with smilax and ferns The colors were white and pink Hartwell Shanks and Miss Mary Sheppard Cooke were the cuto little ribbon bearers It was a pretty and elaborat wedding in its every detail About 60 guests were present many of them accompanying the bridal party to the de potto say a last farewell and wish then all the happiness that can come to them A happy feature of the very happy af fair was the tossing of the brides bou quet to a bevy of young lady friends and which was caught by Miss Olivia Baldwin of Richmond Our young men should not feel discouraged over the story the little event made public Miss Virginia Bourne played the wedding march in her own inimitable way SAUFLEYBAUGHMAN A beautify church wedding was that of Mr Shel ton M Saufley and Miss Chloe Baugh man at the Christian church at 830 Wednesday evening Friends and rein lives of the bride had tastily decorated the altar which was a veritable sea of potted plants evergreens etc A grand arch of evergreens with myriads of candles here and there was arranged in front of the pulpit and In front of this Dr Wm Shelton joined the happy cou pIe in wedlocks holy bonds The attendants were Mr George B Saufley and Miss Virginia Bourne Mr Morris J Farris and Miss Sara Baughman Mr Jones Baughman and Miss Sue Taylor Engleman Mr George D Flor ence and Miss Minerva Embry Miss Reca1 Baker of lit Vernon classmate of the bride was her maid ofhonor and Mr R C Saufley of Somerset brother of the groom was his bestman Lit tic Misses Anna VanArsdale Craig and Annette Wearen were the sweetest of flower girls To the sweet strains of Mendelssohns wedding march rendered by Miss Allie Huffman at the organ and Miss Berta Jean Penny on the violin the wedding party came in and after some evolutions took position with the bride and groom facing the man of God Dr Sheltons ceremony was beautiful but simple and Gmching he being the grandfather of the groom and once a preceptor of the bride Rev L M Omer offered a fervent prayer and he party left the church in the order it entered The bride wore chiffon cloth ver chiffon over taffeta the conven ional bridal veil covered her head and she carried awealth of brides roses and miles of the valley She is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs S H Jaughman is a charming young woman lovely of face and character high y accomplishedand in every way fitted o adorn the high social position she will attain it matters not where her lot s cast Few men have greater reason to feel proud than the splendid young man who has won her and right worthy s he of congratulation Of Mr Sauf Icy too much can not be said He is a gentleman of the highest type full of energy and determination and will succeed at whatever he attempts Hehas apidly forged to the front in journal smnnd is now managing editor of the Kentucky State Journal at Frankfort rle is a son of Mrs J C McClary of this place and still proudly calls Stanford tome notwithstanding he has not lived here for the past five years The maid of honor Miss Baker was lovely in point de esprit over taffeta She carried a basket of smilax The bridesmaids wore white organdies and carried paper hats filled with flowers luring the evening Mrs Julia Craig Dunn and Miss Lillie Lcavell each sang j MesIdamest Rev Gilbert Glass and Mr T D Ra ney rendered several numbers After the marriage Mr and Mrs John S Baughman entertained in honor of Mr and Mrs Saufley and the occasion proved a most delightful one notwithstand ing the showery evening The guests numbered 150 to 200 and each was well cared for On entering the home and meeting Mr and Mrs Saufley and oth ers in the receiving line the guests were served with frappe and later an elegant lunch The bridal table was goodIreluctance The reception over Mr and Mrs Saufley drove to Danville where they spent the night at Hotel Gilcher and at noon yesterday took the train for Lookout Mountain where they will remain a few days after which they will be at home to their legion of friends at the Capital Hotel Frankfort Injunction Is Issued A stringent Injunction has been Is sued against the malignant activity of dyspepsia amongst people by Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin Do not fall to Invoke the powerful aidof this great enemy of all stomach and bowel disorders at the least sign of trouble In any of your digestive or gans It will promptly and surely set them right and make you well Try ih Sold by G L Penny Stanford C W Adams Hustonvllle at Mo and tl Money back If It falls During the winter just past Japans generals along the Shakhe spent their time variously Gen Nodzu according to Japanese newspapers studied typewriting Gen Kurold kept barnyard fowls During the Heikarta engagement Gen Kodama scarcely slept at all for a whole week but did not seem one whit the worse for his experience Gen Oyama was reported as being lithe same robust merryhearted gen U man aa ever S pe No Secret About It It is no secret that for Cuts Burn- Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Boll- etc nothing is so effective as Duck lens Arnica Salve It didnt take long to cure a bad sore I had and It Is nIl O K for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Texas 2V at i G L Pennys Stanford and Ly Bros1 Crab Orchard drug stores The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOASS Prepri trElectric Llghti In tVtIcom Rtfumlshtd an4unou tntlr Ntw AUnigtmtnt Bob the favorite rorttr otttf Its trains NEW LIVERY STABLE EDBES k CLASSS01T Ircn JUNCTION CITY KYr- iritCInn Tnrng ti lit Reasonable Rates jpcciil Attention to TrulInr Men Orate and RaT Pnr Sale All the time you stand thinking it over I 11them That still small voice Is not con scienceIts feethurt feet Your feet would look smaller shoes wouldnt twist out of chape and bulge at the sides heels wouldn t callous nor stockings get holes from the heel slipping up and down for NURFiT draws the snugly all wound the ankle and adds style comfort and durability goodforfeet youfl ever have and Manss II Urflf Shoes are the best shoes that were ever built FOB seta BT H McROBERTS t r j a ARE YOU EASY In your Shoes Are your feet hurting you If so f then you are very Uncomfortable phis is not al ways due to the same cause You can get your shoes too small too large too short or too narrow or not the right shape for your foot and this causes t untold suffering If you will come to us and give J us time to fit your foot we will save you a greatdeal of unnecessary pain and worry In foot wear we have almost anything you want Patent leather shoes high and low cuts for men boys women and children Tans in high and low cuts for men women and children The old ladies house or common sense slipperwide toe and low heelssame in mens A thing of comfort if not of beauty White canvas low shoes in ladies misses and childrens sizes Infants childrens and misses barefoot sandals In heavy shoes for rough ser vice we have almost everything from a dollar Bro gan up tH J MROBERTS STANFOROJi FOR SALE I Pure bad Ikrfcihlrr hog end Kojtljilrw Hhwp AUohlnh Krailiyt lining Huk J Hjl iirMiitrr HiuUinvlllr Ky NOTICEs i I nm ready toiwrvi Uu public wilt roust luinlxT of n kind on thud notlo iIAMFINNMLINOttrnhii h Notice to The Public I UOeliur Rhotlne fur nirctit rimli I nlxi tin JIIII hor prima nuikvii RiMcliiM fifwHKOliiilul ImiiKy work mill luilntliiK iind c III plrnwi you oOlh in work nod iirUV I ink n hare of your trounce J II livvr NxniTwl Ht Mull ford Ky- FRUITS SJUDE TREES ETC Mr J It Ht nhfii formerly of Lincoln county will rnhonthrfurnu rnudrlturul Inrr with n full Mm of Ilrt fruit iirimiiicntnl nod undo trr r The llrni of Drown HronCo of ItixhrMrr N nrr till riHognUwl In thu rams try Alt hoc huMUlultIylra to until nod cnpllnl of over Ijiu 0o with I1tocrre under nctuni niirwry cultivation live him n Irlnl IL will lie In lloyle Jiirniril 1111011 nnd Lincoln during the followlntt few wtvk SALE OF STOCKS AND BONDS The x ri ouiil nan Mntuhra of J Holt ln on dectiiMilIwill nt li v on Hutur duv JiilyK IDA In front of tlierniirtlimi Int neutrr K 4I lit uutrrc Jr Imfexot enpita utockof Niitlonul Ito ok of IjiiicimtiT U idniren of tack of 1Illetl Niitlonul hulk of IjiiuiiMer M oIlIIft of tuck of Mcrcliiiiitmind MtHliuulc llnnkof rolumlni On Unhnnyiof tiHk of Fourth National lUmk of iolnnilni On t 1001- 11SoIIIIIIIIII4IIOr viiluo tViliiicln of lunru ter WiitXT Work Co ANN W ItitniNxoxKxicutnx JC ItoiilMciix Kxfcutor TEMPLE HILL STOGK FflRM- MaecSn Plaza City LlnitJ Harrodsburg Kentucky Heil Unf 4lIrolll record iii In Ill heat overonelmlf mile truck Hlreof S with n r ord letter tlinliZ 1ilntnptou how beta of Kentucky unit leiidlnu Ire of Iii hcla road liorMK mid teiinn Ii lour n llvltiK colt and n one nt thus or tlJA till wn Mill I clnlm It H to the Iwt Interwt of theown ernof inareHOf Mercir nnd mlloliitliK conn lien to lireeil to HIIIfbt llcaiiM lie In Hot fur 1xlwet to kwlldtll nod bawd- nd hnmllilill pnetue vrrv thole III that t will Work for t he ale of all liU rolls ot high prime no matter to whom they IK Inn g Snd HeciuiM hUcoltuhavo n rvpiitn mid liavo old fur lilKher iirlwn unile of any tiilllon In Mercer trluledthu0thM aril lueaiue hU cult hut i taken nion prcinliiuu than thoix of any italllon In Mercer or coun tlii 4th Ileciiu he hui ii IKHIT riconl an n race horse linvlnit won out of 11 rue and n Iwtrr rtlnlll1I chow hors hnt Ink of iflnhown than liny itiilllnn In MrceroriidlolnlnBcouiitle 6th llrrnle l lead It 11 l y a horn 5 larecordof SllH K K tlayi who hn dlrril colt record iMlter than lsll and with n dn01lolly llarti that trrr colt ithe had took u utiiiKlunl record and wa u wlnnerand whow Krnmldam iHoiriino WIII the ureateHt mare In the world hay liitt U In th llt unit wlmMj Ilr O K Clav ivilu finhatlmiltethtl IlkrxvoldrforlJlt1 who hllllf HIl- AUn Ira fora IIIIIf Jloloillt cure oId for UJII end ut II viiirHold forilTTii nnil that linn hlnuelf IrisIdgheeJllf WITH foiliVnJ they nil tiHikrieoriU 7th Hut Ihd uJH colt was cvrr raced and hwntiirUilliilloiWriicfK wlnnliiit llrtt non and ii other III shown v iirlKMlcnii lahowi mile In r 1- 5andwouldIIIWlenotwiiwitlomil Jiprne hiul btu hii lr d Inure high cllIl he lIIIlIlplllIl tennw shun any Miillloii In K Ruicky In pat two yeor tdh ceu allow vriil gUjM of uvrr k1ln for u of thoMi liveiMVfiiiilr I now tlIrli old iiixl mart of them under three Pllroh He I lentNow I say wart n trotter la fired to get tlII11I1 hut IIlrn on of the slrra Xtr ne d inul hU iliiin ttreiitet Droduccr and she liy OJII of thon world Kniit of heed l Hill Wllkcil nmlhl lrniidiiintlio rniteit liriKMl In the world If you wont show hor IIIlIreJ has eon then of thi iiiinlltvil tlinnyiiirold mare by him nljow Ins rollllh In revulur nJt1 wlnning24out of shows er iuall d only by the world IMiiifthlnic n U you want busl chit get then that will ell for the dollur1101 hla nllles are IIlIre to be grout rtOfl nuircf lfthese ute not fncta why nolf 111180 hnve n goal Blnck Jack to hand at 18 to nure flying colt R E vm I 1 t r Walker Deo thank Experience Experience UI said keeps dear school the tuition comes but the IcMont learned therein are never forgotten The wise however ore willing by the experience of the t painterman tells you that Mastic Mixed Paint-TAr mixed botcr ho can mix by that are pure lure and durable that give the belt results In beauty and and will not crack rII or chalk oil hits the voice cxptrltnc the lesson IsII buy Mastic Paint save money Manufactured by PEASLEEGAULHERT CO W LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY FOR YYlPENNYS DRUG STORE First NationalOf Stanford Kyr f lBank ICapital Stock 150000s Th limitation wai orlglnallr ettabltibtfl as the Depotlt Ilaok tt nord In Ittt then reorcHnlted ai the National hank Stanford In Ut5 and reorcaolied ai the First National Dak btanford in UfS having bad practically an ncltUr rupted eilttence for 43 eau It it better plied now with faclutlti for tnnutfag Duilnen promptly and well tban ever In iti loaf and bonorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car poratlons Solicited ee STOCK J B Paxton J R Owiley SlI Ehanki W O W Carter j H Foster L O Gooch W II Ouminlni W M llrlcht R L nubble w a high to profit others When TheN Lmttm than alnts hand they flnUli of Mixed SALE ot of aKID of before Bucceitor to The Farmer Hank Trutt Company and under same for years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such builnei relation will prove mutually beneficial S Son Hedgeville Kentucky Invltoyoti to Inspect their stock of good mid cf t tholr Tluy want n chore of your patronage and jot It II gooo good at low whut youwant llwe- xrleta a call I tatlr r 0 Teaches INCORPORATED StanfordKy off r Officers 3 t HOOKER BT HAHKIH V J J UcllOBEKTB W U PrutI Ft Reid OanvllU T Harrlf SlaDtorIJ S Rocker Stanford K L Tanner M IJ Ettnore II NeKIDDtJJT P Hill Js Robinson J J M Pettui Stanford S 0 E Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL 980000 Directors aanagemect contlnuovtly Murphyl Officers If I H SHANKS Preetdensv J B PaxtonlVice President J IfW l Oath tar W i 0 WALKER Aiit OatbUr McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnney Kentucky Manufacturers Jean LlnaeysFlnnnel Blankets and Yarn Hem uu your wool We take wool In exchurica for work tbo HutUfuction guaranteed Call or write for price and loformMtlon Agenti wanted i r 1 1 i V Children Shoes andv Low ShoesIt Just nt this time w son most tock of Shoes nre badly broken andmany sizes scarce we have replenished our stock nud have n nice variety to show in Oxfords IC rt Ties mill Sjrnj Slippers No mnttor how chubby or slender the childs foot we cin fit it We linvo wIDe new Inns for children that nrc fine fitters White Canvas l Oxfords 3k in ChildVfclzo 8 to mitten size 2 Just tho thing for the children to romp in wr a j SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY IBrANroiiD KY JrsB 1C 1901 JUSTICE to yourself and to materials and 1most careful service in preparing his prescriptions That b the way pre I scriptions are filled at Penny Drug Store PERSONALS MItt M NEWMNU is in Louisville i J It BUSH of Lexington wa here Wednesday MIss BBTTIE PAXTON Is visiting rcla UvfS in Louisville Mua MARY OWENS of Someraet Is With Mr and Mw John W tout MRS W II BACIIV and son of Cov InKton arc with Mrs S G Hocker- Mus JOSEPH COFFEY and Miss Mar Burch went to Louisville Wednesday MISSES BUNCH BAIINETT arid Pat tie Moores went to Ix uisville Tuesday Miss KATIIERIND OBANNON of Dal las Texas Is with the Misses OBan non MRS S M MBCLONE of Lexington attended the SaufleyBauRhman wed dingMR APo Sum Is at Buffalo Larui r bees county putting In a Tent of Maoca Mn AND MftB C U OWBV8of Somerset attcrjdcd the Shank Cooke mar tinge JUDGE JAMBS P BAILEY and Mr CPQ P Bright went to Louisville yotl I terdaypin SIMON WBSLBY Ca oysef fecient and deer county clerk wai this week here JENNIE IIAYS HUFFMAN or Honey Grove Texas In with her uncle Mr J C Hays JUDGE AND MRS J W ALCORN went to Louisville yesterday morning to attend the reunion hiMRe J E JOHNSTON of Birming ham Is with her parents Mr and Mrs George P Bright ELI Josnrn SrIIItANCf1 or George town was with his brother Mr Will I Severance this week MR S H ALIWIWJE went to louIs Iville Wednesday Ills wife nnd baby visiting in Garrard N W M DOORBS and Mr G W of the Fast End were on lDR train bound for the reunion CHARLES TRUII and daughter Magdalena Trub of Ottenheim this ofllce n call yesterday after t1 noon MR J H VANlIooK of Burnslde nnd daughter Miss Ollle Crow Van Hook are visiting friends at Brotl head 1 rMISSES ANNA NEWUND and Mabel of Crab Orchard attended tho commencement exercises of Loretto College MRS BELLE GBNTRV of Newburn Tcnn is visiting relatives here includ ing Mcsdamcs It Gentry and Mattie McClary f MRS J D EADS nnd Miss Knte Ends nro In Wayne county to attend thu mar riage of Mr Carmio Dodson to lIssl Ella Eads n niece of Mr Ends MR AND MRS J E FARRIS of vllle and Mr and George C Kelleranil Miss Josepheno Keller of Lpuisylllo J attended ding the SaullcyBaughman wed DR J B BECK has moved Into his r new home on Columbia street Miss Mary Hijfgina is visiting her cousin Miss Georgia King at Crab Orchard Somerset Journal MR W K DEDMON wife and children of Somerset were here Wednes day with friends They drove up from J Olympian Springs where they are spending a few weeks MR ALFRED A HIGGINS leaves Sat It I unlay for Muhlenburg county where he will do missionary work during his va cation He has three churches or rath er missions in that county MRS H C THOMPSON and daugh ters Misses Bculah and Bertie nnd sot Clay will visit Washington D Ci Old Point Comfort and Virginia Beach and Will be absent about two weeks London Local Miss SUSIE THOMPSON of Mt Ver non got the ring that was placed In the I bridal cako at Mr John S Baughmans- t Wednesdayevonlns Miss Susan Van Arsdale got the thimble nnd Miss Lucille Cooper tho needle MISSES SUSIE AND ANNIE THOMPSON of Mt Vernon who have been guests of the plisses McClary returned to their home yesterday As a consequence a number of our young gentle men are downcast two of very much t t fI LISTeN V COKFEY and daughters Misses Edith and Ruth of Cleveland 10 T are the gycsts of his niece Miss Delia Coffey and Mr B P Shewmak cr nnd family at Moreland Mr Coffey was one of Morclandu first merchant after the Q C was built but left Kentucky 20 years ago and is doing a fine business in the furniture and un dertnklng line at Cleveland and Paw flee LOCALS HOUSE for rent on East Main street Call on E T Pence Co WANTED Pair secondhand comput ing scales Box Cl Hustohville Ky4t- CAllD825 nicely printed visiting cards for 25c for 35c or 100 for 6Oc This olllcc e SPECIAL AGENT G T HELM of Dan yule arrested five Negroes at McKin ney for throwing rocks at trains PLEASE call at my ceand pay yflu bill If should not be there pay Dr Pcnnington It A Jones D D S WE have just received a shipment of now mattings also a fine assortment oi rugs druggets etc Tribble Pence THOSE indebted to hnBright Jr Co are requested to settle their ac counts with me at once J B Paxton DONT forget the sale of the splendi McKinney Milling property Tuesday next Somebody is going to get a bar gain in the mill and premises KEEP In mind the Elocutionary am Vocal Contest at Waltons Opera House June 23 Write Manager E H Beaz Icy Stanford for full particulars COAL Falls Branch from J R Wooldfidge and SemlCannel from the East Tcnnesse Coal Co at 12ic per bushel delivered J II Baughman S Co DONT fall to take advantage of John P Jones 20 per cent discount sale The store Is crowded with choice mer chandise which is soiling rapidly this great owning John P Jones atI WE will open n mnking estab lishment in the Old Nunnelley Brick on Lancaster Street Monday June 5th and solicit a share of your patronage iln Henry Hoiderman and Miss Susie ooley A SEVERE wind storm Sunday is reported near Stanford and to have done onsidcrnblc damage to wires fences nd timber Somerset Journal Wrong you are Good rain a little wind tilt no damaging cyclone Tun following ladies have ens erwl the elocutionary contest at Walton Opera House Friday evening Juno 23rd Misses Clark Blanton of lamxtoburg Miss Letitia Warren of anville Miss Grace Owens Somerset lisa Marie Mahony Stanford Miss ilary France Flomingsburg Tho entries for the vocal contest are Miss Lit ian Lcavcll of Garrard Miss Clara Hazard of Joflersonville Miss Kather- Ine Conn of Lancaster Miss Mattie Nichols Lexington Miss Ethel Bar lott of Richmond CIRCUIT COVET Thomas Evans SOT forgery was given two Sherman Brown was fined 65 for selling whisky harks Baughman colored caught a fine for malicious shooting Russell jooch 50 for selling whisky John Cummins s25 tine and 10 days in jail for tarrying concealed weapons William Taylor 100 for malicious cutting J II Carter 20 for illegal sale of beer William Sutton 200 days in jail for permit ing crap shooting John S Leo 25 for gaming George Owsley was or the charge of taking dope out n car ofII A VERY delightful occaslpn WM tho reception by Mrs T A Rice nt her pretty home on the Dcnville pike Wednesday afternoon in honor of Miss Anna Cooke now Mrs Jno H Shanks md Mrs II Kirby Bourne of New lastle The hours were from 4 to 6 md every minute of the time wds enjoyed Mrs Bourne Miss Cooke Miss Alice Pickott of Shelbyville and- re Rice received and entertained Misses Ophelia Lackey and Jennie War ren presided at the frappe bowls and Mrs Rico and Mrs Severance were in the elegant dining room where a toothsome lunch was partaken of The house was prettily decorated and the occasion was an altogether happy one I r lA ioosk an- SEVERAL secondhanded buggies for sale cheap B D Carter Stanford NEW Mattings best quality prices that will make you buy Tribble i Pence MONEY TO LOAN5000 to loan on first mortgage on real estate Apply at this office WANTED to hire during the Summer a gentle horse Must be good driver ThIs office TilE home of Mr Garland Singleton on Academy Hill has been enlarge and materially improved INVESTIGATE the McKinney Mil property to be sold June 20th It payi well and can be made to pay better TilE enterprising firm of J H Baughman Co is putting in new platform scales which are the most modern made To ALL IT MAY CERN1 shall be greatly obliged to those to whom I have sent statements or those knowing themselves indebted to Dr Bailey if theywill come and settle I need the money Mrs Steele Bailey THOSE who have promised special premiums to the Hustonville Fair July 2 27 23 will greatly oblige Secretary S M Owens by writing out their spec ials and forwarding same to him at Hustonville Bpx 45 at once RUSSELL BROWN celebrated his 12th birthday by having a number of his young friends with him He proved n splendid host nnd made all of his guests feel at home lie received a large number of presents from the 60 or more guests who were so fortunate as to be with him SOME 50 or more Odd Fellows decorated the graves of their brothers in Buffalo cemetery Tuesday afternoon Quite a crowd was present and heard Rev 0 M Hueya appropriate talk Thirtyfive Odd fellows sleep their last sleep under the sod of our cemetery and every grave was decorated DRIPPING SPRINGS Mine Host Spears Fisher of Dripping Springs was here yesterday He told us that a large crowd attended the opening hoj at his Summer report Wednesday night nnd that everybody had a good time He says fried chickens are in abund ance at his place and that ho and his guest arc feasting n them TilE races of the Crab Ochard fair July 19 20 21 include a running race for twoyearolds n running race for threeyearolds n threeminute trot and a mule race for the first day On the second tiny a running race for threeyearolds a pace for three minute class a 225 trot a plug running race and a pony race Third day n running race for twoyear olds a running race for threeyearolds a free for nll trot or pace a mulerace and a gentlemans roadster race Write Jo Secretary W D Wallin for further particulars v CEDAR CREEKItev Carmical did not fill his appointment at Sugar Grove macconnt of sickness Rev Hutch ns of Preachcrsville will preach at Sugar Grove next Sunday at 11 oclock Mss Maud Bailey was with her mother hero last week Mrs E 0 Singleton and children of Stanford visited her nother Mm Sallie Pcnnfngton Mrs Sam Chandler was called to see her nother who was very sick Mrs Chandler Is assistant superintendent at Sugar Grove Instead of Mr Ford as was stat cd In our last letter There was no Sun lay school Sunday on account of rain Mr Wade makes n trip here every Tuesday to buy eggs He pays a good ash price DEADMr nth Wood IFOUND by more people possibly drummer In Kentucky was ound dead in his room at the Tribble louse Junction City Wednesday morn ng lie was 61 years old He had arrived at Junction City from u trip thro tho mountains in the interest of C F Vdams Co wholesalogrocers of Lou svillc about 3 oclock the afternoon efore and having been ill for the past week went to his room and retired The family at Danville was notified and tho remains were taken to his home here The burial occurred yesterday at larrodsburg Besides a wife and two children G B Woodcock and Mrs Morrison Breckinridge of Danville he s survived by two halfbrothers and one halffllster all of Chicago k Umbrella Bargain Colored Silk Umbrellas are very desirable this season because they arc right from a standpoint of style and are serviceable We secured a nice assortment of Red Navy Green and Brown Changeable Silk Covered Natural wood handles Also lllnck Covers with white border They are fast color and suitable for rain or suns They are the regular 8250 kind but by taking a quantity we bought cheap and sell a at 189 each Sprained Ankle Stiff Neck Lame Shoulders These are three common ailments for which Chamberlains Vain Balm Is especially valuable if promptly applied It will gave you time money and suffering when troubled with anyone of these ailments For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky Are You Coming 1 Horwndoori window ierrvn nnd ecmn Ink liluv Flume Wlckler OU Htorrn Lace Curtain Hhuclei Iolfn KxtenMoti Ilrnck rte Onrptti liift MnttlnRi Iortlrrm Ourtnln Hitricher 1iirH tHtrit Miiri HriiKhfB to re move witter etc front door by ectlon Onr1 end Jlulullnl Paler Moore Window 11 all 1alwr rulnu Varnish Htnlnii nnd Enamel Ilcturfs Krnmcd OlHM IlucElci New and Old Furniture Uone and e1 If you can nnine Kjtiu tlilnir we do not leten Oood Llv cry Plenty of hors and huRirlen and Fred equipmentPlenty or Tiring donePruitt BrothersMoreJnnd Ky PUBLIC SALE Of McKinney Ky Flouring Mill and a Lot of Personalty Aimlinlnlfttrntrlxnntl talc h lr of the en tote ofJurnosn MuKlnneydcoeneedI on- TUKHDAY JUNK al ices Jlncolllifounlhighest Milder these nrtlfUiiOf pronulty to wit One loiihk Kiit U e1rrlllpa ill hood condition tniKVy burklmiiru I ket of iloulile rnrrlniti harness nnd pile one hors wncoiiHiid hnrnessIset ot plowirenr S nla of tingle harness u lot of fnrnilliK has pl m nts milk row combined horse I- xllIr0Id1 young hogs a lot of household I ru nn in olorlt1 n lot of rnrpen terV tool Scrcwittut ft IPB of arts straw I oil tnnknnd Hint vnlunhle r tr The McKinney Klour Mills and the res idellee and premUe ndjnrent The will U well Wlulpldandin Rood order Iwrn liiifmclty of sour unit K 0 ImxIielH of 111r dug and hits n Ktornite npnclty of BIUI hnliflH ol wheat alto uapacloun corn lilnnnndcrllm Wagon kcairii oH nite l trout olllce coal lilin and Ice IIOUM nil under root a never water In mill lot The mill Is withinIftlatd of till t Rolls way mud In cuunrcttHl with It by private nld true MiKlnney tilt nearest market to it wheat and corn produplnK territory which nlxo otter u large Custom tirlndlm TIlt col nnd coal liiiolneim connected with the mill hits proved very profitable No trouble to market all products of the mill The residence a twostory frame buIldliiK df seven rooiim with nil onwulent out The pt r onnlty will In ohl on n erupt of thre months on note with rood security twitting interest from dote The mill and prenilwn for onethird cimh re mainder lit i and month on notes with security UltrliiK Interest trout date imyabl lank Title Hrfect Mule to begin at in oVUult JKNMK MCKINNKY McKinney Ky DO IT TODAY And to think that ten month I looked liki this I owe U to German Syrup QThe timeworn injunction Never put ofTtil tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in tliii form Do today terse advice we want to give OU about that backing cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for sev eral days perhaps weeks qTake some reliable remedy for it vand let that remedy Ie Dr BoscVces German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive ears A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for n few days will cure you completely No matter how deepseated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German will effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of ap parently hopeless cases of lung trouble IfNew asc regular aiM 75C At aU druggissi For Sale at PouyVDrtc Btove A Court Tie of Unusual Distinction t One of the swellest creations of the Twentieth Century made of soft pliable patent kid on the famous Gib son last Plain toe and thin flexible sole single large eytlets fastening with wide silk bow High arched in step and high court heel Custom grade and priced at 3 per pair a CUflfllNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky To The Buying Public JWe have bought out the stock of Grocer ies Hardware Queensware Etc of John Bright Jr Co and now are in charge of the stock they formerly ran We ask a share of your patronage promising good goods at low prices square dealing and courteous treatment Try us on an order and we will endeavor to make you call again P G WARNER SON Terms Strictly Cash kM1EABIF rAM roam JTClMALLJiM5 This wonderful Range is now on exhibitioni at our store and a look is all we ask to cons vince you we have the best the market af= fords 1StanfordW Bt McRoberts 1STANFORO Sells Kinfees Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none bettor New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White ILead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested god Sure Bed Bug Destroyer i The Interior Journal EnSered in the PotlOffice at Startford II Hcmdda JIIaUtr- M3l1LlSnJlD TUBMUAYM AND FUIDV1 AT 100 PER YEAR CASH BTWhen not paid ItOO will be chrg- edUMBRELLAS Recorered suit repaired and made almost at good aa new for a amount I caD Iz your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for loss money Giro me rlal FRANK ATKINS Stanf- ordForSalePrivately house and 10 acres of land situated outside of town limits on the Someri erlTantonecessary the yard and ono for stock JP DA- tLEYINSURANCE nnllAlcldtntsiiT HnteslunraiiU l Ix t 1aylngjlle ordlUneqmilleU Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky jtittenc d1ione So 82 R A JONES Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office in Myers House larlor Phono No1 J H IOONE I CO- t Proprietors LIVERY fIND FEED STflBW Stanford KvIOood Livery Service at Kenonable RateI Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal E D Peyton DEALEU IS Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and I Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTER Successor to Bruce OottterI Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection WIH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY Ttw TnUst In Jewelry HJlver GutOhm Wntchva iiml Clocks In Stock PEYTON My line luck IVytun Mxyfiirgold will make the prawn t wnson of IOC at lilY ulnble at Morelnud u living colt Peytons cotllllrllIrltt anil line sold crop of colic lit ITS round four of his colts n ru on my farm which will for themwl vos anti cun ht wen at any JIICIk I will aUoiit tho Knmepliuf tarul lilY Uno HIAOK HAWK Inches high ll will wrve n iiniitd number of nuircsat J tlnNitt1II ItrlniicoU Money Uu when colt fouled or ninrn traded or imrUil with Not reiponslble for accidents or Isciiixn It n KINO Moreland Ky HUSH HONEY DONT GRY I am itlll iiKcnt for The Victor Talking Machlla The Victor h no that It Is non inlitaken for the hunuin voice It hi vrovlux a neverfulling noiircu of ilcllnlit to IhoUMimla u disappointment to none To rJl luveri of good music Victor Is an liLiplnitlou no matter how innchentertiiln wont thertJ 811t hoOio The Victor h niwisys- welcoine You can at all times listen to bandit orchektriix Minx Instrumental mil Ao that tlioinuiiiiln of people Hock to tar In crowded resorts them Is no limit to the variety of selection Tills matchlexs tastrumtiit will reclto to you Can I Inter tst you If no call and neo mimplu machine and lira r It play On exlilhltlonat lilY atom N WOor IhKt Ht THOrt O HAM Stanford Ky Give Me Your Order- I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when Qete Is so little difference in the price ol high grade ready made suits and a suit made to out measure taken by an ex vienced tailor I have a handeome Un of Spring good I can make trout low price business suit to the finest dress t suit Also Spring overcoats and trous era The company I represent is ono of the beat I also have a line goods I Eke up myself for those who prefer it C RUPLEY tbe Tailor Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a twostory front 7 room cottage The house Is new A splendid garden and orchard There Is a large mill on the a good ciuther and the dam Is In good repair and the natural power Is great economy In running the mill vo i4a splendid buslnell Everything loOd repair hu all necellary outbulld log The owners only reason for sellIn- the rush of other business as he has ex tonslre farming Interests to look after This property Is on the Hanglpe Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at l bargain For further particulars ad bell 8 0 Thurmond Jytle Ky or L R Hugbei Stanford Ky p have your cotta case rated by T F GROSS Kythttrator of horses nml tiorto doctor Hntls faction ffiinranteeil eatJ Traglor D1AL1R IN IlUsku Brandy Wines Beer Clears Etc 111I RC5TORATIVE1CURES NERVOUS DEBIliTY Tn wotldaimirHmrla who are 1trnK in lIiel at sniIondhithIHtnraaCurenaa ritratlanSlapi ainaiaaniotiifrtrnublei lu rauiraItakMnallrifooa tat rnrarn IloIoklerr gnarantrcrrtn MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO oi A FOB SALE AT TENNTfl DUCO STORE POSTEDS We whose name appear below strictly forbid hunting fishIng or any kind of tres passing on our plates and will prosecute violator to the full extent of the law Mr Kate Ador Relchenbtch Bros Fred VonOruenlRan Albert VonOruentgan Fred VonAllman Fred Daumann Alfred SImpson George Holmes MlM Mattie II Ilewes K Relehenbach Charles Oummtns Jos Ration A O Dunn S M Holmes W E Amon W R Daugherty M J Hoffman O Klmore Peter W barter J NeTln Oarter J E Bruce W F Shomaker Thomas Ferrill Green Ferrill F J Cone John B Oamenlsch Sam Trowbrldge A U Root Charles Ensilln Frank Cordier Mrit W O pelch Peter Rainier I JlBeazley Co Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture SlattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e MCeT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Oftlce Jhone 107 Home Ihone 3i TAKE A LONG WALK Every Day This Spring It will lining you health find beauty It will put roses Into your cheeks glad iioss and Joy into your henrt Dont neglect It Should It catifo your feet to become tired tore nnd swollen bathe them In warm water nnd apply Faracamplk It will relieve them Instantly Should tho day ho windy dont toll to take n walk nnyway An application of Parncamph upon your return wilt prevent your taco from chapping nnd keep your skin clear and smooth When you npply Paracamph to tho Bkln It penetrates directly to tho interior cells stimulates the circulation oils tho muscles drawing out DRY soreness or Inflammation through the pores of tho filcln Paracamph will give your skin n healthy glow prevent roughness blackheads pimples etc So dont forget your exercise this pprlnff and dont forget to use your Porn camph Tho two together will mako you happy Every bottle is toM on a positive guarantee Sold only In 25e tOe nnd 100 bottles The Luracauiph Co Louisville Kj U S At roa SALE Bt WN CRAIG Pharmacist BtanfordKy r FARMERSDEPARTMENr Henry Logan colored has a gentle horse for saleSLexington citizens have raised 000 for the State Fair 121 H W Reeves barn near burned Three horses perishedI A good Piano Binder for sale cheap Crab Orchard pike at the old Robinson place beyond Rowland J F Miller I have and will have some good young work mules and business horses for sale Josiah Bishop Hustonvilli KySGOOD mare for sale Safe for women and children to drive See or address J Randolph Harris TurnersvilU Ky2tBlack Jersey cow gives three gal Ions of milk per day and is as gentle as a dog for sale W M Dudderai MeKinneySWe will have on sale at the railroad atII1Iany experienced poultrymcn fcel almost useless to try to raise broods of chicks in very hot we thei apt are the eggs to spoil before the can be hatched But an old old lad who has been in the business for year declares that perfect success is attained by setting the hen directly upon the ground She scoops out a little hoUow in the earth and places the eggs in it without a particle straw around 01 beneath them A shelter is provided of course She says the hen suffers less from heat or lice and if the egg have been fresh to start with every lone of them will be hatched even In the hottest weatharNationni Maga zinc for June- SPECIAtR0UND TRIP EXCURSIONS ON TilE C 0 Asbury Park N J National Educational Association Tickets on sale June 29th 8 30th July 1st 2nd limited to July 10th Rate 2180 Tickets may be extended to August 31st- Baltimore Md Christian Endeavor Convention Tickets on sale July 2nd 3rd 4th with limit of July IGth Rat 16 Tickets may be extcnde to August 31st Old Point Comfort Va Summer Excursion Tickets on sale July 14th limit 15 days Kate 12 Atlantic City N J Summer Excursion Tickets on sale Aug 3rd limited to Aug 14th Hate 14 Old Point Comfort Va Summer Ex cursion Aug 12th iimilcd 15 days Rate 12 For full information regarding above special rates call on or address G W Barney Division PassengerAgent Lexington Ky Dying of Famine Is in its torments like dying of con sumption The progress of consumption from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I halt consump libn in its first stage writes Win Myers of Cearfoss Md after try ing different medicines and a good doctor In vain I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured me Prompt re lief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positive ly prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at G L Pennys Stanford awl Lynn Bros Crab Orchard drug stores Price 50c and la bottle Trial bottle free TilE VALUABLE LEMON Lemon juice and salt will remove iron rust A hot lemonade taken before going to bed will cure a cold on the lungs Gargle a bad sore throat with n strong solution of lemon juice and water A cloth saturated in lemon juice and bound around a cut or wound will stop bleedingA unsweetened lemonade taken before breakfast will prevent and cure a bilious attack The juice of half a lemon in a cup of block coffee without any sugar will cure sick headache Lemon juice added to milk until it curds and these curtis bound upon parts wollen from rheumatism will bring reliefLemon juice added to fruit juices that do not jell readily such as cherry trawberry etc will cause them to jell Indianapolis Sentinel The Commonwealth moved to dismiss the warrants charging Judge James largis Alex Hargis and B F French with complicity in the murder of J B larcum when the hearing of the ac used was commenced at Jackson County Attorney Blanton stating that the motion was made at the request of- Dan Aurst fatherinlaw of the murdered man The defendants objected and Magistrate Burton overruled the motIOn Magistrate Combs refused to preside owing to his relations with the HargisesalIsay cabby I want you to drive me doWn to the Union station at noon and call for my motherinlaw You know her Bring her up here and Ill give you a dollar Cabman Very good sir But suppose she doesnt arrive In that case Ill give you 5e Two strike breakers from Detroit were asphyxiated in a small hotel at Chicago jJ Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed tot holding the Kentucky fairs for l005n far as reported 1Crab Orchard July 193 days July 26a days Medlsonvillc August 15 days Danville August 23 days Harrodsburg August 84 days Fern Creek August 154 days Shepherdsville August 154 days Lawrenccburg August 154 days Liberty Aug lG3 days Vanceburg August 164 days Brodhead Aug163 days Guthrie August 173 days Columbia Aug 224 days Shelbyvillo August 224 days Springfield August 234 days London Aug 243 days Nicholasville August 294 days BardstownAugust 80I days Somerset August 29I days Florence August 304 days Elizabethtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 134 days Tho Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 18G days Henderson September 2G6 days Falmouth September 271 days Owensboro October 106 days Whooping Cough in Jamaica Mr Riley Bennett a chemist oh Browns Town Jamaica West Imll Islands writes I can not speak too highly of Chamberlalns Cough Ken dy It has proved itself to be tho best remedy for whooping cough which prevalent on this end of the globe It hus never failed to relieve In any case where I have recommended it anti grateful mothers utter using it a daily thanking me for advising tlicm This remedy Is for sale by Lyno Urns CYab Orchard Ky The St Paul railroad system has In augurated the policy of curtailing Sun day traffic on its line The Is as as possible to make Sunday a day of rest for its empto- ycsNABOTII JR Nndotti Jr to ii txmitirul ilurk luir will luiivy IIIlInIII1IIIIII with 1 IINllwIIlI of alyfr unit llnlsh ami tine rxtrvmr hlxli i tlon nnd II workttl would utiit m rllll in 011 Nnliotli hliMiv il liovr in ImniU wclifli 15 lOUiidtIld only flartitl jut May Hi U IIT tin llkmiwt NnUith Wilt wit trl in witl li8huin tin of Uitltu 11 11 nml tunny othrm In th hut WMI liiuliiiin NiilNitU etrV u n MIII of tlrorer Tlk1 First ilniu Tlnool liv 1o11IrDurix MIII of llitinlilftoHlnn anil ln 01 KlnliH 13 till thus of NorlHliH1 irwirlln twonlfiM lS Nulxitli Jr llrtt uNtil It Mf iiKiTlilff Jr Jiid linn livlrll Ihivl 3rt1 liun thortnighliml ft1 will inifkr tilt ni on of llnSnt tiuv xtnlilr In IMnlonll Ky nt Iii low prle of 11th to h rnIl IIIV due lVIj toIt In fimlwlor ulcer Nirtml with ilnrf trndnl or rftnnrnl fron liliiouiity forfeits tin InmiriiiK IUIII Ito inoiiey It tlu Mrn rctnlnnl on iolt null 11111Ciiolii liy tin ict horwiniM to m the tVSt line In Kfiiturky to l iw l iii for lilalicln luiriirm hor c dim foreyou orrwl J U 1IKAKIKV Htnnronl Ky Public Sale O- NWednesday June 21 At oclock at the re liliic 977 ACRES MORAN FARM Oa Silver Creek MiiUsa Ccutj Eestack This fnrm well frnrml with stout aunt llluf llrai Wlro hViuMnit limply wiitcml nltli tcIuis ft hit riiiinlne wIIIr nil in grits nxcejit nlMint luincif Hllnntiil III th jutir lion tilt Illphinonil mul I uiru tfr nml MlllllrovTiirnplkf riinnlnit hark to nil nr drttk alKiut IVI iiillf from Illrli noiul It is Ot ulI1 liy two 5istory lirlf k rlleiirt Id huiiMvnnil a sutVr mill to which IIItUIII may attnohnl IIloc thrc nrif linnniUliHil for Mmrk or tobacco It divided h ln lili foncK Into llolili run vnlriit for cultivation and iiniilnu tiH k lid luirn lots oni brick r ldinri on the JtnciiUr jilkc ut Mill UroT The ot4roue- f the t brick liouwn III Maill on county Hautlfnlly KttinitMl on roiiimaiulltiK t nil toilet iMintntnlni t rix in nml all llvlmt tllIltIOlit4S two tltttrils IIlItllIlI ulretsJIr flit Ilit the yard full of Minile tnvn flth orchard ndlncont Thon Is plenty of linlxr all over the place Tile fnrm U omlmlf mile from the vllliiue of Hllver Creek on the I t S Knllrond nnd- liout two mile trout Klrkurllle lit both ilacen which then are nchiM and iItot itllcrii and at Klrknvllle three rliurrhe here U mill on the farm ThIs U one thI1 fnrm Iii the IllueOriiiiconntryiinii l iI In the c tutor of out of tllfltleliililMirliiKNlii fioill cit Ii a 1JIIrCllIlslnlllIIHlIIII Thin fu run 1I11IIIYr ii lit pnlilliMinctlon without reerve to the ilKhest bidder III the following lots LOT NO I II ncren more or lem contnlnlnK untie nd mill adjoining and uterus Hlhr Urkf- rnUllnl No y ii nil on u 1lIlInl y road run ilnit from thn MIII drove and Klrkivllle like to the Klchmoml and Lancimter pike iart il ltgt of sIlr CkLOT NO2lucre inoif or keel Oil Ixitli stiles of the illll drove and Klrknvllle turnpike and on tllIJ North iMink of Hllver reek Pontnlnlnii thlllrll brick renldencetwo tenant hoiBen nrnorchanlito Alt In tutu i ra iexceit bout SSncres In cultivation LOT NO3jlSncnH tiiOro or Itm nt the Junction of drove nnd Rich lunuiit nnd Jiiiiriniler urnplke ndlolnliiK Ix t No 2 contli ill 05 t wo tory brick Kiirdtt tl1I1I11 two tenant lionso All In Kra t ex eptalKiut Sucre LOT NO4AVlfti acres more or les on the Mill IrovtMilkoiicroHN from No t and No a nil In itood meadow Tin lI1iOL ileicrllwil lots will offered tely Then lots No a mid No will be Iterid together Then JlltH No J No n Nil will olTered loud Inc a n w tunIc ho otferl lug brlnulnit tilt inont money will declared a sale ro eslon Klvvn to piiriha herJiinunry 11I01lInll veneral warrnnty deed s of roil nItt IIIlIdtl lit that tt inn tutNli complin wIth the term of the Mile TKIIMK Onethlnl of purchano money hJllnl lttw tin hula lie In eq on pay iiunt IIIOIIH and two lurs from Jan hlillrolllhlornolearliiK S per cent lntere t from a lIt to retained In tilt 1111111 wcurp the npnld purchanu money Thin several lots stuIJtet to survey to ncer alii actual quantity further Informa tlon uititlrese W L Shackelford JUolllnond Ky Central4Kentuck- yReal Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky No Smill latin 27 seer mitre from bUu ford MouMol fauroo l room belt porch aud I TcnaJt OooJ barn tail other building In gooj r p lr Cut lailx Sells well fncol iO acts la cuUlftlon one ten In fruit reM rt In trw llaught at tnilinhlMlOOerI eel it bargain and cm he IIGhlt bargain ClOM to Khoul sad church Price MS pr acre In4 nljolnlng told fur tit and 11 ThUU a btrg No 53 810 tern ol coil ant timber lnd loot Jin Perry rouat It on Orwt Vlat Creeka trlbuttrvof the North Fork of Kentucky river Four Tlni ofcoal t ln thlckont from 8K lest to its fto River aullbllo Ih mouth 01 ibve creek A rilliooi li urrtTtit within three mIles of Mil propertr Tb Umber conilit ot otketc Till perfect Will Mil or nclllDll on ujr terms No 69A nice twotory eight room trim dwelling In Stanford IlMtwobilli food cellar with concrete door K arJen well In kitchen nrgro cabla oa place which rent for fI tier month Th wailIng renta IIS per month Thli prop- arty Is la iood tIllr and taD I houelll fr UltIII No 4J tVin 971 acre splendid bluegrtu land In lincoln County Two itorjr V room lion re1Jenr tenant boute barn room for over 300 bead ol Oick ani all other b U oulliulMlnp all In oot repair Clue to churcb Khool paitofllce railroadaunt In rood neighborhood acre In culUullou ret In grw aol limber etc Tbl11 nhome a alt conrenlenrMOn plant rlllalrlbltIng ccnUtai Hun rvoiut barn and all nc etanr outbuilding Fence ant bulldloga In iplen did repair Well watered Irbe llsou No Iro acre of land la Ford iounty KaL ala INUI ntlruat nd mile train Ar anua river Seventy acre oflandli ricer tutioni Is BntclaM land a In grail Tbu land U for ail couatrTbbnlldlDg racb bouM Urn etc about renter of 0111lIrrfrom the aaiu neighborhood irk reawnable No Twoitorr frame dwelling of alx moms Iwo balls Toraada it well at door and all other necessary outlmlldlnn Alw large blatkiwllh sboireasO and shids lull length or htlp sot IS feet wide Tbli property will b aold at t city low piles No 9A farm el acre font mite front Stan In lb county well watered Ienr6ggud dwellIng froalt pike all nrcetyo- uuulI1Ingu A iplendl4 Woo gran firm sod only lu kinutrdrtefrooieeuhtysrst Owner nf bse- tamuiiijointng this bu miscall refused lit Per acre we Oder Ibis at IK M No 6snB serfs near ileaaaot Point IainebouiSmoouisndporch liarS and other outbuildings acre In culllfatlon reel In lim NIUItlIIDIIhlgn atat ol culllillon 1M acre dent land good fene4ng frail tie lrko 5710 INlIII NyAakfarinat IlleliUnJ tIIl tJ watered tk 5ceu TI atoavies f UaJon Jantttawej niJ v vth l Dunnvlll IM acres cnloVaNoji atoul n acre hi limber and rut In grata A Urge sew Iraxt dwell InC alto an old dwelling on pies A sew Seec sat tao oil 0555 II la well watered an4 tie 4ssIn It good On public toLl ttke Ioso No ti ie jfou oonl oIcattoe land hi Mlttlttlpr Them la no aectioa of nuMry hkh Bera to many IIjalill141lromchew of Umber land In the South hen ttie tim bar it removed the land It unequalej for agrtcuttn ral purpotet It will produce a hale of dittan IIM- cr or will grow any other kind of trop ttui in th lenperat reals Th soft neeJt no fertWiert and girt a yield whkhcannt b eacelled tats are low the tOil It redact ant tilt utah who Kyt Delta farm anj timber lands at present prKet II mikHig an In vtttment that hi wilt never regret Tills tint It di vided Into tractt ranging from o acre hi th Wait to ioJo acm to the trart and prices from pet ante ta Jift per acre accorjlne to ocatton tiC are authoriied by Ih company who use thete Linda to State that at other rarttet ai contklertfig the purchase ot these tends that we otter this tractt tub aale withdrawal from matket or ching In pun withont folk hbeer whn mWLiJ Ihy will hoK any tract but of market long enough for the purchaser t make an Invetiigatlon About i acrttof Ihlt Und hat teen sold by the Corn pany stne we received this option For further par Icuura call at our office No WA farm of NH acre In Cawy county Ky Un and onehalf alary dwlllag with all good barn aol other outbuilding fltty roomI rultltatlon 41 arise la timber fruit U tail well on county toool tim to Kbooletc fricooatyKiOO Alton 50 barrel mill In llercer county Ky on Salt River Steam ow flaw op lodnte In every partlcolnr and Rood dwell lug with Improvements 20 acte0 of tine land elate to Southern rallronil Irlce 19 19 904 acre of lint near Crab Orchard cheap Yon should tee ui before out your carriage painting a specialty We from three leading house of the world and un you wall cheaper than you It Eatlmate on ap treat wrIsworki la kitchen ant lainily room bmand all neceuary outbuilding llaru wall fenced aulla good repair House sinfli lost Hio sod It tbobolIroperiyNo MKarm of 111 mess In county Two tram dwlllnz two goat otuor tobOOlaadadNo o7Karniof acre In Cue county A olddwelling l bulldlnga On county road splendid tobacco land dIblWlnllurOlIlnbuildIngs In gool repaIr lmoIuctl lIb1e alone land la goo1 ilhborboOO ito to kbuol 100No good cellar act nelucaIIdclose to town tVlll sail a small family No Two story tram dwelling room ball InI0OINoI0Fatmof IM ocrM illuated near King tiinbanreetinrampantlyly on lrsLIIfmlor n 400 or la parceltof not teal than so arre to cbHIlroftr1INDjngi 2 well yard eplendld orchard sad I acres ItotlCtlIn stlrese Central Kentucky Real Estate Eschange Till nearKyWlItIfIIfencUg ip byitho uiand arre of laud In lleRlnney ky Nerewary outlulMmzi Fencing goal IIIrlll7 story oIl1a wail liniteg It ideal of the rtly of SUihrtl rim to iraJ l Mhouland thuicbta Thlaii5driCit4 Dome Irlc reasonable No 1 room frame rottag and one acre a land In Klngittlle Ky large barn inioU touae repairiilrcottajIaclocIon tnrw a mill a the place a g od rruther In It run by oat ural power which U a great entnumy tu4 ski dim lowSjuiorNoN FnmhtelIsrgroeoetuiI Terao f tOfrOujltOfltiflfbIlor dw tOe 2 nlcw Collage nlwly furalik cfafl4a5acIlint 200featmossylopnlsor titIyreasonfor lames IJBrolnwwot tokitchengarden 1T1UIWW Jo 1A until farm of s ar e of gool land loratej rice to Iowa irK ttS 3SS aorta to AIleD county Ky on rail road and pike about M cent cultivated about 12ft In timber and grass coil about DOlDRraa Timber oa place It cut to II bloltIethe place twice over A part It fellcIed There are four dwellings of t each and one store of twotlorle with room above ha well and springs of water It In 2 mile of county tout and grow tobacco wheat grass etc for 41J304 Onehalf ch countyICybuilt I years ago Jiteant and water jrawer uptodato 1 mufti boll The engine It ort year run II It acres with thn mill Including what with the houtn of 5 room All for I8S50 or IIsoo for the saul II acre halt canh Ha tine trade No In 10 toilet No 6G0acreeofIauud oar Junction City cut In eaves fleldi garret In cultlt rest In gram a IlIlco young and oea of lb test grsj bar- bon In Kinlurkjr ratty sold pounds ol gnattinroons frame dIIIor gooJ barn crlln tic all In pool repaIr Price M 30 No M8G arr 01 unliaprofKl land In Iron xjimtr Ma 1 Mllr from Station on Iron Mountain rout Will atll ot iitbaDf fjr rop rt7ln Uocolnrouat7 L The Gibraltar of Rockcastle County 1 IFinancial Institutions CITIZENS BANK I OF BRODHEAD KY Oilers to the People a Safe anil Conservative IJatikiug S Accomitu of 8telUl Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited 1 Give us your business mid we guarantee n pleasant nml profitable relation Pay 3 per cent intcrcht on nil tleposita of 3100 or more when left ill the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months is J W HUTCHESON Cashier To popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks anti New Lines being added it IT G Weatherford Co HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to call mill you will be convinced that they can feather your nestumI NOTICE you let house and roof Paperhanging paper sell paper can gUlranteedJJ UujI Cay story pac mill corn mill One mill A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over lrcRoberfADrug Store in the Building I Q i