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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 JK zPrse rwao n xR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL u VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 15 1905 NO 47 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Denny Burton 13 year okl son of Robert Burton was killed by a pasacn ger train In tho Somerset yards- J II Hays house near Wilillc with ill Its contcnta was destroyed by fire n taw nights since He Fad no insurance John M P Thatcher the peerless Somerset orator has accepted a iw sition M Professor of Mathematics In TennjUohlrtwon at the Chautauqua Inter Collegiato Or atorical Contest which was held at Parks Work has begun on n new flouring mm which will bo erected nt Shelby City Tho now enterprise will h- oI owned and unrated by Wayne Hogan n weUknown mlllor or Taylor county A great deal of work is In progress in the Kentucky oil fields the bulk of the drilling being in Wayne and Wolfe counties Wayne county is tar in the lead of all other counties in the matter of production Miss hassle Auborry duughrer of Ralph Auborry who ruWtss nonr Hot land Washington county was iicj cidcntly killed by the dwchnn of a 33 caliber pistol the hall entering her I P head killing hur almost Instantly Judge Thomas It Gordon of Louis ville and H C Ford of Mlddloaboro havo taught 2000 acres of coal lands on Straight Creek between Pinovillo and the National Coal and Iron Com panys property They will develop the property ut once Kentucky Fair Dates The following art dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for IWtt us far as rejwrtedc Fern Creek August 164 days Shcphcnlsvllle August 164 days Lawrvnceburg August 15 lllaS- I Liberty Aug 1G4J days Vnnccburg August 164 days Brodhoad Aug 1G3 days Guthrie August 17a days Columbia Aug 224 days Shclbyvllie August 224 days Springfield August 234 days London Aug 213 days Nlchohwvllle August 293 days Banlstown August UO4 days Somerset August 291 days Florence August 304 days Elizabethtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 131 days Tho Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 18fi days HendcrHon September 260 days Falmouth September 27I days Owcnsboro October 105 days r CHURCH MATTERS Rev Gilbert Glass will preach at Walnut Flat Sunday afternoon at 8j0- Rev H L E Luering graduate of tho University of Strasburg Method ist missionary at Singapore preaches In 15 languages and dialects and converses F more or less fluently in 27 Bishop Maes of Covington has re ceived n cash donation of 100000 with which to complete St Marys Cathed Iml In Covington The gift Is said to have been inado by u Cincinnati man in memory of his deceased brother They Appeal to Our Sympathies The billions tool ilyuwptU ate von htuiil KutYeirrs unIt appeal to our 11111 lit h Itl There Is nut tint nflhoin however who inny not ln brought Bark to health and hupplnon by the use of lhumlHirlalnfl Stomach and Liver Tablets Theo tablets Invlpor tile tho Slomitoh and Liver mind strengthen till dlKiifitlun They also regulate tho bowels For stile by till druggist A very singular denth occured at Canlwell Friday nays the Clinton Democrat A druggist who was n sufferer from consumption sent to town for a coffin catalogue end a discount sheet and ufter selecting a jjJIKllIrul metalic ease set a telegram to the company to ship at once by express The next morning he died a few hours before the case arrived This is in- deedw n remarkable instance u Why dont you go to work said u charitable lady to n tramp before whom she had placed n nicely cooked mealIwould replied Jill vagrant if had the tools I What sort of tools do you want 1asked the hostess A knife and fork said the tramp An attempt on the of President Juintana of tho Argentine Republic Is reported from Buenos Ayres The Presidents intended assailant was a laborer He was overpowered and dis J armed by one of the aides before he j could shoot NOTICE Those who hitch by the month at my stable after July 1st will be charged regular prices for hitching I when they have more than one horse in my stable at the same time J R Reazley Prop HUSTONVILLE T J Robinson will be glad to In utruct any one how to got the full ben SpringshKgv S U Lander goes to tho moon taint r Kastern Kentucky tjneckfor evangelistic work and will not re turn for two weeks There will bo no preaching nt the Presbyterian church next Sunday The protracted meeting conducted by Rev G W Mills ut Green Rivetchurch closed Wednesday night with 13 addi tions These meetings were well at tended and much interest manifested in tho earnest work of Bro Mills Talk about cutting and slashing just como in and see what I am doing in Fall and Winter clothing Get ready for the coming season by giving your order now Remember these goods are made to your order und tire guaranteed in every particular A1 Adams Quite n crowd from here will attend tho Liberty fair on Wednesday on ac count of tho bull game between Hus tonville und the host team that Casey can got together Our team Is some what disfigured by sonic of their bust player tint being at homo and there is u strung probability of tholr being do featerl Plans have been completed for the building of a modern uptodate cottage of seven rooms on the lot adjoining the Wheeler Emporium on the West This building will refill the burned block with the exception of the lot adjoining the Hunn building which Is owned toy V B Morse and a building will be put on it by Spring- A rare treat was given the audience at the Presbyterian church last Sunday morhing by that sweet voiced soprano Miss Leila Wheeler who sang 0 Lard be Merciful by Bartlett Miss Melle Hopper whose inimitable touch hits thrilled the souls of thousands prsided nt the organ and added much to the splendid rendition It gives me pleasure to speak favors bly of the painstaking manner in which County Turnpike Supervisor C Dunn Is giving the work on the several pikes in the West End The metal is not dumped indiscrimihatcly now und fre quently not scattered but good judge ment is displayed in locating nnd scattering it in H manner that will give the lest results A much needed half sole of gravel is being given the Cloyd pike Ditching is lewdly needed in many localities and will be done nt once as the overflow easily carries off the newly placed metal The work is being push ed with a full force of hands und teams when the weather will permit Miss Emma Fitzpatrick of Washing ton is the guest of Mr and Mrs C K McClure D C Allen returned from Dublin Ind where he delivered a large lot of stock ewes Miss Bessie Worth Ington is under treatment of u special 1st in Lexington for eye trouble and her many friends are hoping for her early and complete recovery John Grubbs has rented the Bud Dunn farm and will move to it about Christmas Misses Bonn of Lexington and Redmond of Maysville are guests of Mr und Mrs Wm Tammie Misses Orpha Williams Carrie Lee Lipps Evelyn and Murray Adams chaperoned by Miss Kettle V Logan went on an excursion Saturday to High Bridge and down the river by steamer to Frankfort where they were highly entertained Sheriff M Smith Baughman and family of Stanford sjKnt Sunday with Mr und Mrs J K Haughrnan Editor J H Thomas of tho Casey County Newt was in our city Saturday Prof L C Bosley of Central University Danville having just returned from an extended trip in Tennessee spent Sunday with Mr und Mrs S D Yowell Mac anti Sum Peavyhouse with their cousins Misses Martha und Mary Albertson spent Sunday in Cincinnati anti its beautiful sub orbs sight seeing A Warning to Mothers Too much euro can nut bo used with small Children during the hot weather of thoSutnmer months to guard against bowel troubles As u rule it Is only necessary to give the child u iloso of castor oil to vuireet any disorder of the bowels Do not use any substi tute but give the old fashioned castor oil and see that It In fresh us nineId olt niuiKciiteH and has u tendency to gripe If this does nut check tho bowels give Chamberlains lolle Cholera und DIurrhi a Remedy und then u dose of castor oil und the disease may bo checked in Its Inulpluncy and all danger avoided The castor oil mind this remedy should bo procur ed at once und kept ready for Instant use soon us the first indication of any bowel trouble appears This U tho most successful treatment known und may bo rolled upon with Implicit confidence even In cases of cholera fant For sale by nil druggists A trunk containing diamonds worth 15000 is said to have been burned in the Lackawanna depot fire at Hoboken 1 INEWS NOTES Will Elliot were burned to death at Paducah Charles W Henrn of Boston was elected president of the Photographers Association of America Typhoid fever list becotmT almost epidemic in some quarters of the BrooklynDellain mens clothes nnd claiming Louisville as her home was arrested In Nashville William Underwood of Galloway county committed suicide by hanging himself to a limb with his handker chief A dispatch from Shanghai says that tho Chinese boycott of American trade is proving popular beyond the expecta tions ofthnso who started the agitation Immigrants are pouring into this country In record breaking numbers During tho fiscal year they cam lOGlCTO strong exceeding any year In historyPresidentsartdgenornl managers of the ten railroads entering Louisville will moot today nt the Invitation of the Bonn of Trade to dieeuM the Union station movement A Negro charged with criminal assaulting the 14 yearold daughter a widow near Sulphur Spring Texas was caught and burned at the stake i the courthouse square It is stated that the sum of rnonc necessary to enable Hoch the Chicago bigamist to appeal his case has not yet been raised nnd the appeal may fail for want of funds Percy J Luster formerly rnanngcrof a telephone company at Guthrie Kj nnd whose wife was found dead with a bullet in her head just after he disap OgdenUtah publicwas to be made against him Policeman Oscar Benson of Chicago shot and killed one of his accusers severely wounded another nnd then committed suicide The State Railroad Commission has ordered the Louisville Nashville rail road to reduce coal rates from the mines on the Owcnsboro Nashville division to Russellville and Adairville Ky the reduction to become effective at I killed her bought a pow der nt the drug store to make her sleep but she would not Then when she was not looking I put the gunto her head and fired The above is the confession of Percy J Luster who killed his wife at Guthrie The Insurance Commissioners o Kentucky Tennessee and Louisiana held n conference in New York and decided to begin the Investigation of the big life insurance companies on Octo her The New York Life will be the first subjected to scrutiny Mrs Chester Winstandley drowned her eightyearold daughter in a bath tub shot her husband and committed suicide with carbolic acid at her home In New Albany She is said to have been temporarily insane on account of the childs affection for her aunt They are members of one of the lending fam ilies of New Albany Fell Dead A man fell dead InlChicago thoother day from heart trouble undlthousunds die every toy in the saino way Hilt the cruise of nine out of J10 of such eases of heart trouble Is indigestion Tho euro U Dr Caldwells laxative I Syrup Iopsln Tho explanation is that the swollen Inllumed and engorg ed stomach presses right up against the heart und it working your heart flutters palpitates pains and you aro short of breath somo lose It forovor lust try for these symp toms u tow doses of Dr Ctildwells Syrup Pepslrt und set how quickly It will euro you Sold by G L Penny Stanford C lV Adams IlustonvlUe al50 und 8100 Money backlr It faDs The Kentucky State Fall Sept 18 to to 23 has set apart days for the various secret orders Monday September 18 being Masons Day Wednes day Is Odd Fellows und Macabees Day Friday is Knights of Pythias Day nnd Saturday Elks Day Tuesday is Louisville Day anti Thursday is Cin cinnati Day Them is n splendid list of premiums offered in all departments Given Up To Die H Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Kvunsvlllo Ind writes For over live years was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me munch pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down und u year ago had to abandon work entirely I hind three of the best physlulvns who did mo no good und I was practically given up to die Foleyn Kidney Cure was recommended and tho first bottle gave mo great relief and after taking tho second bottle I was entirely oured Pennys Drug Store W v BURilh rtuntyeattorney is a rmr rat in th implies ia a lend livvtr and will till tho responsible otlif h secki with credit alike to himself and his He is u eon of the bite Stephen nurrhl all gallant n Confederate soldier as ever shouldered n musket Mr Burch was Englishf inninytre College in 1802 with high honors and was admitted to the bar for tho practice of law in 1853 He is well versed in parliamentary law and has presided over several stormy conven tions with much dignity promptness and determination He has always been a trueblue democrat faithful to the organization rendering valuable aid in campaign work When called upon to go out in the interest of the party whether to deliver an address or to aid in effecting an organization he cheerfully responds without stopping to count the cost or to consider any sacrifice in volved Mr Burch is a runner from away back and if the republicans should give htm opposition n thing they will not likely do he will heat his man with tho ease a thoroughbred outfoota a coldblooded equine Hints To Houseworkers Nothing is more important to the hardworking housekeeper than to keep her liver properly working otherwise that palo allow look and tired feeling will snake her look us sick as a dog Nothing will keep you up to the mark without injurious stimula liverftonlea curt for Constipation Biliousness and Indigestion Sold by G L Penny Stanford O W Adams Hnstonvllle ut f0e and X100 Money hack If it falls There has been u material change in the views of some of the Republican leaders who are accompanying Secre tart Taft on his visit to the Philippines in reference to the reduction of tariff rates on Philippine tobacco and sugar Senator Dubois und Representatives Hill and Grosvenor now favor the free admission of these products to tho United States Colic and Diarrhoea A Remedy that is Prompt and Pleasant The prompt results produced by Chamberlains Cope Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy together with Its pleasant taste have won for it u plate In many households Mr W T Taylor u merchant of Viuslow Ala writes limo used Chamberlains Colic Cholera und Dlnrrhoon Remedy myselfand also with meld on my place for diarrhoea and colic und it always gives relief promptly and pleasantly For sale by till druggists When Robert Mathely was hanged July 7 William Hemingway u Dnviess county farmer insisted on witnessing the execution Since that time Hem ingway has brooded constantly over the affair finally becoming n mental wreck He was yesterday committed to tho asylum at Hopkinville Attorneys fog men accused of assaulting Mary Gladder in Logan county have again appealed to Gov Beckham for military protection for tho prisoners when their trial begins at Russellville August 23 The defend ants are now in the Bowling Green jail A rupture Is said to be threatened between the President and Senators Platt and Depew of New York over the question of the appointment of a District Attorney The choice of the Senators and of the President differ The Preacher You must love honor and obey your husbandnnd follow him wherever he goes The Wife Not me My husband Is a professional diver FOR SALE Nine Southdown bucks A B McKinney McKinney 6t f iftt eti6Jb iiJ The White Lily Washer is something new Try one and you will wel come wash days Sold on trial Try one W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY rTo popularize their new liiiaineaa in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being added IG Weatherford Co HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY Asks you to call Und you will be convinced that they can feather your nestum 250 NOVELS 250 A Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Reading Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourselftWILL N CRAIGDruggist and Optician Miss LaVerne of Chicago the Queen of the Clouds will make her Thrilling Ascen sion Each Day of the Great BRODHEAD FAIR AUG 163 DAYS She will go nearly u milo high falling with entirely closed parachute mauy hundred feet before it opens Thousands of people front fur and near will go to the Jlrotlhead Fair to see this beautiful lady do the must daring feat ever accomplished by woman rHello Hustonville Black Jake and Aunt Hanna were at the fair They tried to show you what I have to sellrwhile they were there S H ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky u W B McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD Sells Ivurlccs Ready Mixed Paints Every guiles Guaranteed There is Inone better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer p S The Interior Journal E C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE Nor Representative j M ALVERSON For County Judge 4Rc WARREN For County Attorney W S BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SFt For County Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Assessor W A CARSON For Superintendent of Fcnoolf GARLAND SINGLETON- For Jailer W I HERRIN F DURING the last fiscal year just ended collections from spirits came very near the enormous aggregate of 136000000 a very slight increase over the previous year but an increase of more than 11000000 over the fiscal year 1902 It is evident that the tax high as it is is not kill I ing the distilling interest The tobac co collections of more than 15000 000 were an increase of a million dol lars over 1903 The beer tax of more r than 50000000 was an increase of a r million and a quarter over the year before and three millions over the 1903 Withrevenues constantly increasing it would seem that they ought to meet the expenses of government without talking about a tax on coffee and possibly a stamp tax 0TilEleading democrats of the county held a caucus meeting Monday and we are reliably informed failed to find men who would accept a nomination They adjourned to meet at August county court at which time they hope to find men who will be willing to make races for the various county offices chirps the republican editor of the Casey County News The wish is father to the thought Mr Thomas There are plenty of good men anxious to run against you rads but the democratic managers are very sensibly taking time to select the most available timberwith which to bury the Casey county republicans And they are going to bury them MAD no doubt because they did not get free board during the press meeting at Crab Orchard Springs the editors of the Carlisle Democrat and the Mid dlesboro News are saying the meanest things they can about the accommoda tions at that grand old Summer resort Manager Willis would have gotten glo rious writeups had he picked out a few scrubs and given them their board rather than have charged them the paltry sum of per day Men used to cheese and crackers at home are nine times out of ten the first to kick on fare as well r as the most liberal with their abuse of waiters To the demnition bowwows with such creatures A BEAVER FALLS PA groom got so overjoyed when the knot was tied that he hugged his bride so hard it broke three of her ribs Instead of going on a bridal tour she had to go to the hospital He will endeavor to restrain his enthusiasm hereafter while she will insist on his complying with the injunction Love me little love me long AN Italian who came over to this country a few years ago sailed for his old home this week taking 7000 with him after supporting his wife and chil a dren the net profits from handorgan grinding While all organ grinders may not fare so well in many cases they are in better circumstances than the fellow who drops his hardearned nickle into their coffers GIVE baby pure fresh cool water sev eral times a day remarks Brer Camp bell of the Somerset Journal As there has been no baby in his family for nearly a half century the remarkable memory of our 11th district friend is readily apparent THINGS are coming to a pretty pass when a banker cant default without being called a thief says the Berea Cit izen But as that is all the punishment he receives in 99 out of 100 cases looks to us as if he is getting off as easy as he could wish- ChICAGO is the home of strikes and strikers The porters at the Palmer House struck because an order wnsI 1issuedprohlbiting them from taking tips As they amounted to more than their salaries they certainly had a kick coming A COUPLE errorPa have just welcomed their 17th child nil of whom were born within 13 years Help em out Teddy 7 THE illustrated edition ofthe Harrods = burg Herald is a beauty and a credit to that splendid publication r sl1r ed Here and There Fire at Newark N J destroyed property worth 100000 Forest fires are raging in Idaho between Slate Creek and St Joe The battleship Kansas was launched at the Camden N J ship yards Typhoid fever is said to have reached the epidemic stage at Vine Grove A ball was given by the citizens of Manila in honor of Miss Roosevelt The American ship Roanoke was burned to the waters edge at Noumea were killed by a fall of coal in the Truesdale mine at Wilkes barre Pa Dr L J Frazee prominent medical instructor and writer died at the age of 86 in Louisville The Hercules Gas engine Works at San Francisco valued at 200000 were destroyed by fire Edward Perry a wellknown plantation owner of Star Landing Miss was shot and killed by a Negro Seven persons were injured in a run away accident at Cleveland One of the victims a baby will die Adam Lewis Bourbon county Negro giant is dead lie was six feet six Inches tall and weighed 450 pounds At Logansport Ind Joseph Unkefer and William McClaeb brotherainlaw engaged in a fight Unkefer was beaten to death An excursion train carrying members of the Order of Eagles to Denver was wrecked at Lewis Kas and two train men were killed Mrs Lora Hargroves widow of the Rev J W Hargroves was found dead from heart failure on the floor of her room at Maysville- Joseph Garron of Chicago obeyed his wife when she reprimanded him for being drunk and told him to jump in the lake and drown himself Statistics collected in Washington show that the exports of manufactures in the fiscal year just closed amounted to 543620297 the largest on record In attempting to get oft the fast train on the Cincinnati Southern at Nicholasville Mrs Mary Bange lost her balance and fell under the train Both her legs were cut oft Rev Bernard Schulte and wife of New York City were attacked and badly hurt by a Negro at Ballston N Y The Negro was shot and killed at Saratoga while resisting arrest Twelve persons were killed and 25 jurer in a collision on the Nickel Plate railroad at Kishman 0 The wreck was due either to a misunderstanding of orders or failure to obey them At Sparks quarry Rockcastle county a 15yearold daughter of Bud Sexton was accidentally shot through the head and killed by a 10yeur old son of William Moore The girl was holding a baby at the time and in falling the child was dangerously injured POLITICAL lion Brooks Norfleet of Shelby county is announced as a candidate for Governor of Tennessee Lee Turner of Quarterhouse fame has declared himself an independant candidate for Sheriff of Bell county William White of Ballard county was nominated for Representative of Ballard and Carlisle counties at the Democaatic primary Malcom R Patterson Representative in Congress from the Tenth Tennessee district has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor of that State Editor Roberts in his paper the Re publican organ of Lexington says there is no placo on the ticket in Fayette county for Negro candidates Such a move he declares would be party sui cide Mr Roosevelt is the first president to attempt to preach but then we never had such n president as Mr Roosevelt before He will tackle anything from mountain lion to a Mississippi bearor from a windmill to a buzzaw Ken tucky State Journal The President addressed the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America at Wilkesbarre In harmony with the occasion his remarks were a discourse onthe desirability of the sober life especially for workingmen He was accorded an enthusiastic reception and the trip to Wilkesbarre was productive of a number of wayside ovations The indications are that no extra session of Congress will be called this year President Roosevelt has not decided the question definitely and probably will not reach a decision until he shall have returned to Washington the latter part of September but strong pressure has been brought to bear in opposition to the proposed session and the chances are that It will not bo ordered The Fear of Death Often haunts the miserable dyspeptic bilious patient who Fullers from heart palpitations chronic cough melancholy etc No need to fear for n Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup PepsIn you will find a sate pleasant and perfect cure for all this pain distress and worry It clears the brain purifies the blood and cures nil forms of indigestion and bowel trouble Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford C W Adams Huston vllle at GOc and ilQO Money back if it falls u MATRIMONIAL Leonard Powell and Miss Salle Moore of Rowland eloped to Jellico yesterday and were made one Samuel Wilson and Miss Annie Southerland were married at Alex Southcrlands Saturday Martin A Holler of Louisville and Miss Hallie Tomlinson Jones of liar rodsburg were married at Jasper Ind At 5 oclock tomorrow afternoon nt the Baptist church in Preachersville Mr P Faulkner Kennedy the well known young attorney and Mrs Anna Austin handsome widow of Mobile Ala will be joined heart and hand The marriage of Mist Nelle Adams the charming daughter of Mrs Martha Bright Adams of lIustonville to Mr Rodney Keenon of Frankfurt will oc cur at the Presbyterian church Hus tonville at 10 A Wednesday Aug 23rdAngela R Kilbourn and John F Johnson of Winsted Conn were schoolmates and sweethearts 60 years and each married another Death broke in upon their domestic lives lone became a widow the other a widower Recently they met made up the old quarrel and married The marriage of handsome Miss Edna Baughman of the West End to Mr Smith R Penny of St Joseph Mo willoccur at the home of Rev J W Hagin in Covington Wednesday Mr Jones Baughman brother of the prospective bride and Miss Ada Cunning ham a devoted friend will accompany them over A newspaper that has been gather ing statistics states that a womans chance to marry between the ago of 25 to 30 are only 18 per cent while between 20 and 25 the chances in her favor are 25 per cent And yet women do not reach the height of their charms till between the first two ages Nor is she so well matured to marry How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bo elu Orlno Laxativn Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe anti Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drugstore Farm at Private Sale I Knrin containing M nets land In Rood ttatvot eiiltlVHtlon i miles Iroiu Hunion vllle on Mlddlvburu pike Hood dwelling rtlnlrlIoodCnyKyor311tneHutunvlllr MUMM K Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Court Circuit John Hdoode tt ill IliilntlfTi vi Joint 1fotltvtulleleudunls Noticed Mule Iuriuant ton judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court nmltrrd In the slave styled action ut the June term IMfi tilt umlf riunCoinmUMoner ut skid Court will oil HATITKIIAY HKIT 1W8 About the hour of 3 IC ut the rrsld nee on the tnrni hrrrlnnltvr Uocrltxd near the town of Huitonvlllr Ky nellat public out cry to the lilKhnt mutt ut bidder the wild real cstaW vlilcll Uilmcrllwiliia follow All of t hit wild mil rutatt Ii ultimtfd In Lincoln county Kynndeonf 01 three tracts of laid which adjoin iiich other Till tint tract In tliun bounded lieKliitilnxiitu iKilnl In the center of the 1iinvlln t Jitutonvllle turnpike corner to Church lot thence N 174 twt2fadeullnktoiislum corner to HtdKCH thence HMj 1VrtwksIIlink ton tone corner to Non thenci N li W W pule 1 link to a Dtone turner to mime thence rt Nl W JiolenlWIlnkK to u italic corner to jenklim now Hhnrpi thence MJi K XI poles to u utake In the creek thence HtwK pour M link to n take mnr drain thence SI KOI pole U link to a whlttoukstmtplheucPtai4ileakN to MhllrplItllglnulnit continuing hAucrr and 6 ixilw of land he Mcond tract In lioimdrd thus gllulilra Hlmrpaml Allen hues thence JOIn up std acrot the creek twice ton utone at their pence thence with Mild fence or their original lino H K JJ pots thenr Kaht to the IxKlnnlnn onIjig two rood und s1x pole The third tract thus liounded l nlnnliiinit a syc union neur the creek and toe lltutonvllle A llradfonUvllle pike thence with the pike rut W 10111 ton stout corner to J M took n Nlone In or near the turnplkxtheiice with sold pike N 7HH Vttl lxdes p link to cornerof Mrs Alice l rye thencw tier lulu N 1DH K pole to the iorner of iiiine thence line of NuurN7Py W H Ixik link to corner of M Cook and cemetery lot tlunce line of mid lot N K SI poie 91 link to corner or MIIIIU lot tneiice N ivyt 1- Papolt link to 3lrIV irys lund thenru iier line N ISH KBIpole to her corner thence N to W ixilex link to u Cooperhueiiinjilxll and COOIHT corner thence Lt i KNlpolen r link to where three nyciiiaore tree xtood on the bank of the trek thence Mill K IS pours llnkit to n sloe thencu it H2I ie 121lnkN ton whit oak thence 54ItaIairNtothIwgluningemdnilWigI- emicrsund S Nile but there reserved from the forgoing boundary onehalt acre which It K Milan told and conveyed to J W Allen riI iNoneofthe1iutdlrithlefltrntIn lhJibe Irak It In well watered by the HniiKliiK Fork bv stock water In each Held except one betide u line never fnllliig cave uprliiK The loud lInit iplfiHlId Mate of cultivation and produce the very Ivst crops of corn wheat hemp mind tolmcco iuddlpHaiiKlnK Fork The residence which with a IgrguJiortio1101 the farm U In the corpor town of Iiu tonvllle U tone and contaliu sew n room with cellar the full lze of hour The wallH aru Inch thick and till whore house H In good con withItthe minor good crib Implement hOlloM and all the ouilatlidlaitfc that are found on a well order d farm Two uood orchards on the 1111didvlithtli of a mile from till rchldiiicohoiiMon this furm Mr Janus foal of Mutton show the farm to any- murdeIringtusuuii ThUMilu will liuinadu fur imriioueHOf dlvUlonamoiiK tho helrofII It oo The Mile will made on a creditor MX and months onehalt of the purchiiNO price to beconm ilue and payable at tilt explratlonof each of thuIwrlole of time uforinild The to ulve bond for the mirehiiMi money with security yuUle to the OOlllllllulonr and bwnring Interest at the rate of 0 per cent per IInnUIll fluYlnthwill also be retained on the land for the wild 1iirchimere must lIt 1Jlllr- td to comply with these ttflllalllllnoollltvl1 QEO B SAUFLEY If C L CC J 1 I IA Good Chance torSummer Clothing rNN1 We have a pretty fair stock of TwoPiece Suits itand wejwant to make a price that will make them go to do that we cut them as follows 4 r 5 Suits Reduced to 375 75O Suits Reduced to 5 IO Suits Reduced to 7 1250 Suits Reduce to 8 rNN7 A few pairs of boys long pants in the oldfash ioned Blue Cottonade reduced from 50 to 35c These are clean new fresh uptodate goods No old stuff at all w llltlltllllllllllllllll IH J MROEERTS STANFORDoJ 1 50 F W Ri5Iwill give VrtWiirlfor Inn to the recovery of n two sorrel gelding It5 bonus high KonmnnoMi blnck mnne and tall which wni itnlf n July of the thlttf or will give nIliminderulrewnrlfor the return of the colt Aa oIY a ntnndlnK reward of 4u for ahorsethlrtItwI111NiNorthunee tulle to look utter this one tong 1Iumce lbonuU IMxingtonKy NEW LIVERY STABLE IHXXftCLAKiOlMnn UNCTION CITW KVr- tntCUu Turnout at Keuooabl ItaIM- Epeclkl AtteotloD toTrkTrllDc Yn Onto and Bay For Beln Jesse W Sweeney riorcirroR Livery reed load Sail Stable Lancaster Ky Uorect wellled and cereal for Up to date rigs at re ionable rite Small Farm For Sale Idesire toellllny flirinofetacrroflend yards from Frank Pthud HIrlnll It hnA fine wttl of rnlnrnil wNtrr- a the followIlig nnKI1t by totllh College of soul itater per gnltouri UtlMK Mnll tnntn IInd 01 laalluuicmil17 CnrlMOiiinndmngnrduntsouircalclnm unto tmcra01 Iron Kta lithium Coutfxrnnde Will Mllatn Iwrgntn Writ Mt Hiilem Ky McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnney Kentucky MnnufaeturreotJenn LlueeyeFlatnrl II olrlool I1I10WIIlfthtColl or write for Agent wan- tedDripping Springs F 0 Crab Orchard Zy Thin dellRhtful old Huninivr rorl Is now lit gaxltoghosts The hulllllnl areopen the water lx Stile Itlld the futile 1111 tcC II 1IIlltln In 01 tttingthe skitchti4twhich mciina jtootJ lood Hlllinv and j ollr horws well cnrttl for Hate per week Wrltoto K K1HII Kit Crnli Orchard Ky McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS KcSinnoy Ky Holler Mill having and secured the neiliiillle1fveIWitrrntnttleru nit rl ed In ollerlnit to thu pulillc u mill bln l Thuwork anynone l1 duct Jtrlllllillfor cund oo toitmio till tllo isrc tlon buntoin Krlndlnt a niHcliilty I will ulio keep on hand of till klnil which will lInt the lowest market price Hay Feed tcIIIII11I toCk want to buy your wheat and for I- IJHMlTlUUY pay you the hlllllllt McKlnney Ky THE VERDICT I Hereendtorewlndpwscreens and cretin Mures Dicefluelug Rxtenslon BrickUllrtlllll Hi tuinrHlr tcheribartpetFilrttcIieitllicru llrlshes to rumov Arctlon Ourpwt and 11ultdlnIIulwr Vurnhh Dour Window a Kie Ilclurel FrontedHiatus Mouiaini Mats lilac nugglfl New and borne fInd tee you can- floweomethlniwedonotkeep loud Livery 11IlIt and feed undertakingequlpaient- gtlentyof hone and feed Tiring done Pruitt BrothersMoreland JeT Our stock of School Books Tablets School Bags Pens Ink Slates and all kinds of School Supplies is ready for you We are headquarters in this linerPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky First National BankStanford Kyi Capitol StocK 150OLOJ Thlalnitltntlon oriRlonlly ettabltihci M the Deposit think of Stanford In 1191 then rtor anlied ee the National Hank of Stanford In 1865 and Raln recrganlied at the Pint National Betk of Stanford ta 18J hiring had practically an unlnKr ropted exliunce IS It Ii better supplied now with acllltlet for transact nerbeloreAccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratIons Solicited 01 rectors J B Pailoo J B Owilty H Shanks W O Walks Oeo W Garter j U Foster L Q Ooocb wit Cummin M II Shanks Roping such butlneii relation will prove mutually beneficial J noOKER Preil 8T HANIIIII V IrtiJ J McKOIlEKTB Cbr W F Reid Uanrllle B T Ilarrii Stanford J Uocker Stanford Jai Itoblnioo Ilnbbli 0 E Tate Stanford CAPITAL STOCK lirlghtK continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Officers tYEARENAsstOhrlDlroofors McKtnaeyM1 StanfordT Sthtor4r LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 50000t ATruit I Officers L B BHANKBPreildut J B Paxton Vice President W M niUOHT Cashier WiO WALKERAnt STANFORD MALE i FEMME SEMINARY i First term begins MONDAY SEPT 4 IflOfi Our faculty is strongI i i t collegevery reasonable Dont sendoff to school wlien you have M good or better advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALL18 President Stanford y 1pYRrr r 4 r r u New Fall Ginghams t h1jahave just rtwivcd nnil plnced on sale lion yards of new Full styles in the wellknown Toilo dti Nonl Ginghams They come in dnrk rich plaids and Binnll checks and figurop nil designs not heretofore shown You nro lI ieliMllpolntcelnhout the wear of Gingham TIio price is only 12 l2c licr nnl tIWhen looking for something to mnko n school skirt dont forget about our QOHrcIllIlIIllU I SEVERANCE E SON STANFORD KENTUCKY Y BTASFOIW KYM Au i 15 1005 WE have n new stock of box papers that will interest New qualities Penny1 a Drug Store 7PERSONALS elulnlYIIn t Al na W N CRAm Is at Dripping fjpnngiiV business OWKNH was In Lexington on Miu W H TKAYLOR wan in Louis vlltelast week WKAREN HUGHES U hamming nights at Urodhcad Miss ANNIE ASHLOCK linn returned I tf from OlymplagSprings Miss Kimn Goocii spent last week with MINI Mary Ellen Dudderar Miss RACHEL ALLISON of Lexington is with her sister MM Mnry J Jlu- rchIT D NEWLAND JR of Danville Sunday with the homefolks here ALLIB TUIHIILE of Richmond was the guest of Mrs P P Nunnel t IcyMiss JUUA STAGG and A B C Din widdio day of Hustonville were here Sun MRS H J McRoiiERTH spent sev t oral days with her mother at Hatreds burg f Miss TONMIE FRANCIS of Garrard spent several days with Miss Nettie t RUTH UNDKRWOOD and Julia Xanonc of Lancaster are with Alpha WnUE BELLE HOLTZCLAW is with her sister Mrs George Jones at l Winchester r JAMES G WHITE of Lebanon Junc tion is with his parents Mr and Mrs James White I MRS W It MANIER and son Owsley Manlcr of Nashville are with her fath er at Walnut Flat GOTUEII AMOSCHINO and bride who was Miss VonGrucnSgan left Friday for Dome Switzerland MRS W HUMS LOGAN and children of Louisville aro with Mesdames Ed Carter and J H Baughmnn MRS WILLIAM GOOCII of Lexington is visiting friends here She is accom twinted by her little daughter i Misa FRANCIS ADAMS and Georgia Newborn of Hustonville were guests of Mrs J B Adams in Darivillo J Miss AMDROSIA THOMAS who has been with her sister Mrs W B Me Roberts returned to Louisville Friday MRS CAPERS T JOHNSON of Hoyle r nnd Miss Snllie Mae Johnson of Lex- Ington are guests of Miss Alice Benz Icy MR W P WALTON editor of tho Frankfort Journal spent Sunday with his sons William and Owsley Walton who are wltlrtfacir grandfather at Wal nut Flat MISSES ADA AND CARHIE CUNNING HAM of Ellisburg and Miss Claxton of Louisville were guests of Miss Marie Mahony JUDGE R G WILLIAMS of Coving ton spent a couple of days with home folks Judge Is enjoying splendid health Mt Vernon Signal SiiEr AND ROWAN WEBB who have been spending tho Summer with their t grandparents Judge and Mrs M C Sauflcy returned to Knoxville Friday NEWS comes from Upper Garrard that an heir has arrived at the homo of Mr and Mrs J B Woods Tho moth er is a daughter of Rev R R Noel of this place MR WILLIAM BUNN who now reside nt Bedford lml is back with old friends and relatives who arc glad to AfBee him lie likes the Hoosier State Mn SHELTON M SAUFLEVmanaging editor of the Frankfort Journal came over Sunday after his wife who has been with her parents Mr and Mrs S H BauRhmnn SATURDAYS Courier Journal contained n splendid double column half tone of Miss Katherine Warren of I this place who is setting type on tho Somerset Mountaineer R L McKKCHNlE has returned from t Hubble where he visited his friends J and Grace t Misses Flonnle Hammond Deering Our old frlentl A A Lewis of Covington made us a pleasant call last evening Mr Lewis has resigned the editorship of the Searchlight the Socialist paper published at Cincinnati and is in a job printing fflce In Moun S Uineer MK H SINGLETON went to Faris ton yesterday MISS ALLAII MAE TUAYIXJII is with Miss Xadio Zanono ut Lancaster MISS FLOKENCK TANNER went up to Ilrodhead yesterday to visit friends An NBVHI and friend of Winchester lire with the formers mother here HIIYAN CAitiBNTEK of Dayton 0 came home to the burial of James Held at Danville MH ALKKBD DOWNER who belongs to the standing army is with his brother Mr John Downer MR EnNEST WAKIIHN and bride njwnt several days with the latters parents before going to Middleaboro to reside REv JOHN M LEWIS left this morn ing for Bethany W Va to take the position of Librarian of the wellknown college there MESSRS GKOIIOK K BROWN Henry Patterson W G Gooch T A Elkin Wool Walker W IL Burton and others of Garrard were here at court yesterday liON Jt C WARREN William Severance W P Tale J E Bruce and a number of other Stanford friends at tended the funeral services of Mr James Held Advocate LOCALS MRS CIIAIO BAUGII has our thanks for a basket of her tomatoes which are almost as large as pumpkins AGENT Rice you a roundtrip ticket to Atlantic City Thursday 17th good returning in 12 day Cor 1790 BIG races for good purees each day at the Liberty fair Aug 16 17 ane 18 Also balloon ascension Make your arrangements to go I Tilt L N will run an excursion to Louisville Sunday morning Aug 20 at 176 for the roundtrip Train will leave Stanford at G A M and tw coaches will be reserved for white peo pieTHANKSMr John II Engieman the boss watermelon raiser has our thanks for several of his delightful can taloupes the thought of which would almost make a wooden mans mouth water MR JAMES M BAILINGER who was a native of this county died suddenly at his home in Paris Texas a few days ago lie and his brother John L Bal linger were here on a visit to relative just after the last Confederate Reunion BANANA TniA German named Poppenhazen living near Ottcnhcim has a large banana tree from which he expects to get some luscious fruit Mr Poppcnhazen is an expert lemon grower and usually has enough of his own rais ing to do his family THERE will be a box supper at the the old Baptist church under Masonic Hall Preachersvllle Saturday night next given by Derrick Warner Lodge 501 F A M Everybody invited J W Cummins J lot Cress A J Thompson J S Pettus J B Hutch ins Committee belie thatIK you is awakening from her sweet slumber read tho following dispatch sent fro there Both No1 and No2 furnaces are now in operation for tho first time in 10 years Tho Virginia Iron Coal and Coko Company has built 20 new houses the United States Leather Company has built 15 new houses more than dwellings and business parItiesof prosperity Is on in Middlcsboro that is leading on to fortune 1EIDJames Reid aged died a t Danville Friday night of typhoid fever and was buried in Bcllevue Cemetery at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon He wa the oldest son of Mr and Mrs Forestus Reid formerly of this place and was a fine young man Ho had many friends nnd relatives In this county what hearts are saddened by his untimely taking away Mr Reid was a partner in tho Kentucky Supply Cos business in Danville and had proven himself a successful business man It is indeed sad that one so full of promise should bo called hence BO early in life Few young men had more to live for and was more idolized his otlthis All Eyes and All Efforts Toward lnnl1lul Winter 19055 from this time forward in this store For i the pant three months we have been fcnrching the markets for the newest nod best goods to bo round in this great AmericA of ours They are begin ning to arrive old we will offer new goods for early Fnll wear nUll school clothes froth this unto l car WrayyMiKsrs CovingtonSomerset WANTED Two No1 house carpen ters ut once J A Allen Stanford Ky READ in another column the advertisement of the Gordon School for Boys M CARPENTERS See our new diamond edge hand saws guaranteed lit George H Farris ALL members of the Stanford Dance Club arc requested to meet Wednesday night G L Penny president IN the county court yesterday a few settlements were made and the will of Doc Anderson was probated He left his property to his wife Mr Ander son died n year or so ago BADLY 1LuwrScottllamilton eightyearold son of Mr and Mrs Isaac Hamilton fell from his horse while trying to open a gate and the anlmalstepped on him breaking his jawbone The little sufferer was doing as well as could be expected at last accounts Goon CttowuMinoBost Frank M Sims of Olympian Springs was here Saturday and told us that he still has a goodcrowd and that hundreds of people are drinking his healthgiving waters many of them having it shipped to them He is well prepared to ship wa ter to any point TILE Scudder Gale Wearen Company is to be the name of a new wholesale grocery concern in this city with a cap ital paid up stock of 100000 says the Cairo III Bulletin The Wearens in it are Messrs George B and D H Wearcn formerly of Stanford and sons of Mr and Mrs B K Wearen DALTON Walter Dalton the 12 yearold son of James H Dalton of the Gilberts Creek section died of abscess of the liver and was burled Fri day after funeral services at Goshen Heowas a bright dutiful boy and his par ents are almost brokenhearted over his untimely death MR J A ALLEN the contractor and builder contracted yesterday with Mr C R Coleman to put him up a hand some twostory residence on East Main Street adjoining the property now occupied by Mr Coleman The house will contain nine rooms and modern in every particular We are glad that Mr Coleman and family have decided to remain in Stanford WHILE forhis at the depot Sunday night Mr Thompson Browning of College Madison county claims that George Craig a Stanford Negro who has been in court many times attempted to pick his pock et and did get COc Policeman W H Mershon arrested Craig and started to jail with him but the Negro slipped away from him and skllJlcIout WHEN the corm I althhad Introduced its last witness at the examining trial of James Carter Dick Chandler Elmoro Siler and Misses Ethel Delaney and Lena Staton charged with the murder of Cecil Crutchfleld the law yers for tho defense made a motion that the accused be discharged and spoke at length on the proposition They were answered by tho prosecution and when the question was finally orderedmthq prisoners to jail at the same time rescinding his order permitting them guards The trial will be continued this morning Judge Bailey declining to hold court yesterday on account of his duties in tho county court Some damaging testimony was introduced swearingIthat James Carter fired tho shot and that he picked up the weapon which fell to the fiour just after the report was heard Otto Ensslin n German boy was the most damaging witness while John Oaks who was playing tho testismony that must have been displeasing to the defense As the defense has not yet shown its hand it is impost sible to even guess at the outcome of the trial which has created more hr terest here than any in years Mr J S Owsly Jr is assisting County Attorney Helm in the prosecution while Judge M C Sauflcy Messrs Robert Harding R C Warren P M McRob erts and W S Burch represent the accused The courthouse is packed at each session of the trial and many others would hear the testimony it they could gain entrance Tics trade of Somerset will extend n cordial welcome to Mr Robert Rob inson late of Levenson Bros who is as pleasant a gentleman as ever en gaged in business in Somerset says the Somerset Journal lie has one of the prettiest store rooms the old Ogden Son stand in town and is filling it with a carefully selected stock of Clothing Shoes and Furnishings Give him an early friendly call Tub following from the Kentucky SUite Journal at Frankfort shows that the soil around Hustonville is especial ly adapted to the raising of base ball ex perts Jim Frye from the little town of lIustonville in Lincoln county which is noted as the breeding place of good ball players demonstrated Wednesday- that he is beyond doubt without a peer in Central Kentucky as a twirler lie pitched the game of his life yesterday afternoon against the very fast Ver sailles team and beat them by 4 to 31 after 12 of the hardest fought innings ever seen on a local diamond The game was u pitchers battle from the word go and from the fallof the flag until Frye passed under the wire winning easy under a double wrap lie hadall the lest of it Of the 12 men who faced him during the last four in nings of the game 10 of them beat the wind in futile endeavor to con nect with his puzzlers Frye seemed to get better as the game advanced and in the most critical stages when a single bingle meant the winning run for Versailles he retired the op posing batsmen in straight order He was by far the coolist man on the field in the 10th inning when with two men on bases he struck out the next three Versailles batsmen and retired the side amidst the wildest cheering from the enthusiastic spec tators Farm For Rent M farm of acre one tulle from Crub ldnnhuucnsnuwheat Kach Mend watered ItiKHeMiloii Jun1 JIAVIIIHTHKKTJrah Ky Small Farm For Sale I 11111 privately my fnrin of fi5 acre more or le on illtiert Ireek J4 mile Irum lllhertK Cwk Htntlun loooroolllwlIlung unil outbuilding KvtTliittlnR water For further fortlculorswrite toorcnllo- nJw KUNUdlltorUUrok Ky Small Farm Wanted I illHire to rent Miiull lams of S5 to a- sacrtaoutvxnrdhigSorJiiIIt from either Htaiilonlor Dmivlile Form duet well Improved and prefer It LIng on pike Spar BIUII Hympiion MlddlehurK Ky FOR SALE llnvlnu wood my fiirni I have for wilo ev end hand of hrIIIII1Uo cords towll NurtvyoungcowsandcalvtII good year HnKhttKerr rexlktered Byearoid hull 29 yearling KtwrujnlMH work Miuli nil uutrv Mini yeum old OWMiiKY 1o1tI Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale I ih lrel Mll privately two liouse4 In Yiiliilrilinnl One Is n IHIIIW of 0 room wltliilurrei of Kionixl Two ggxl prliiK kpleinlld oiitliiiiKlliiK Tlio other liiiu a IKIIIM of S rooms unit iilmut 0110 nee or liuul Htutile lion etc Roth retldenieii sire iiiiuirnltvely now Vnrd MminsCnili r clnird Ky- FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Kuril contain nn ncrex of lund goal Ntnteof iimlv tlon2 mlleit from Crab Ur vhnnl on Uinuiutor pike aincrvd In mend ow aiiieriH In cult Ivtdlou y lino guriluiiK orflmrd etc Tin ImprovementH coiiklst or a lioiixe of nix roomii newly pitpvrid and In very good repolr tlutini at door Servants nMim outhoiiMM numeroti sad In good cots illtlon Hpieiulltl ktitlilr sad two rrllw Will nellprlvalely Mill JltJoNlilBox 73 CntliOrclnird Ky FOR SALE I The Jim Walker liven farm of las iiprrn of fertile mail with pool Improvo menu and plenty of water tI year round Alioitt 1m nuriH In uriiw now It llea miles Vet of MeKlnney and Joins tho laiuln of Hum Oweii KI Tanner A B MuKln uloath1slglit of achxd llotlsl A ltrgulafornulrl one Teriiu very NIIAIW Auunt llustonvllie KJ PUBLIC SALEI will wit at public Miloat my torn 01 po lle the Jottoily11iit liearMllledKiVIII on IllIIItSDAYi HWr H ions Till following dekrrllxd property House and lot In MillHdKtVtllo inns of land morn or less also n store roonl In JnnittlonUlty now occupied by thv put ollUt1 ttlephont exchange Ac J r o- rcurnlIII11I1IrOlir twoycar olds two colt 8 brood nmrcti 2IMIIU cows 00 sheep Mllwiuikeu lilnder Dlno Drill Slower Cultivator i Oliver ihlllrtlTurning lowsanti other too numerous to mention Ternuniade known on day of sale L H JONKR Mllltllgovllle Ky Ool J Oluindler Auctioneer 2 1 a t Zeigler ShoespLadies desiring fashionable outwear fhMild sec the new Fnll styles in this woll known make of ewe Tin kind that dont difnppoint you Cottons and SheetingvIf you nro going away to school you will need Sheets Towels Spreads Underwear Hosiery Gloves Corset Jacket Fall Weight Shoes Remem her our tock embraces nil these and the prices are low and qualities arer1est IWhite Fancy Vests See Our Windows Yes gentlemen the raceful curved lines in my Waistcoats mean something mean your exact fit ply elark Exclusive patterns in Washables Flannels Silks and Worsteds My representatives are now showing two ofmy newest creationsa two button Double Breasted Vest and a four button Single Breasted Vest Just ask Cummins IflcClary Stanford Kentucky r5he Casey County Fair LIBERTY KY August 16th Three DaysW- ill be the best ever held in Liberty Races each cln Good music Balloon Ascension Get really to attend Write for a catalogue Lincoln Wells Pres Henry Thomas Sec DANVILLE SHOE STORE The New Firm Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well Lanler DANVILLE KENTUCKY Your full trade solicited Complete line of Boots Shoes Gents Furnish ings Trunks und Suit Cases We can save you money The J K Tilt 8350 and the Nettleton 8r for men fire the best in tho world We nleu handle the Honest Mike Shoe that never wears out Cull anti eee us George P Crow Salesman Wind Up Sale esOf our splendid line of Oxfords and Slippers AU from the best manufac tuners in the country All new stock and stylish 300 Oxfords Reduced to 250 2 50 Oxfords Reduced to 200 2 00 Oxfords Reduced to 105 1 50 Oxfords Reduced to 1 20 These are rare Bargains Callat once in order to get choice of stock W E Perkins J LI ttj iih t y Crab IOrchilrdKy t The Interior Journal Entered in the PotlOffM at Slaiford a tteondclass matter PUI1Lll1l1laU PUGiUAtJ AN IIUDAH 100 PER YEAR CASH per When not no paid IJOO will be charged NOTICE A K irlnip ninl P llnlup for nil fcliuUof Onri ntH iH IVJlntltiR nnd 1mxr UnnRlnK IIlIof lulnl lilt n Kt jstnctton tlttnranttwa Hox t1iInrnrdJ4 UMBRELLAS Recoy red and repaired and made almostI at pood as new for a amount flx your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for loss money Giro mo a trial I HANK ATKIBS Stanford For Sale Privately aMy 110ul And 10 acres of land altuated jut outldo 01 town 11m lis on the omenet plko Houe bas 7 rooms htt hoa and ier TantiVoolu Rod colar utiible nnd all necessary outbuildings Water lijdrant In the yard and tlOO tor tock j p JAltjEy INSURANCE Fire Lightning llIdHlorllllUII nnd Aelhlnt Non nnd HKHT lionipnnka Uf roscntf J fawtAl JoiIbl Itnts hllttfthi Ie l1o1ngltec ordjiiititmllfd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Hislii Phono No as The New Mason Hotel PATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wn SRt1 Ansl PrprUtcrE- Jc1rtc Light In every roomIRefurnished and Bob the favorlt R A JONES Dentist- 8TANFORDKENTV KY Office in Myers House Parlor Pnone No 1 J H 10 ONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND fEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Serylco at Reasonable Rte Call on ns on Depot Street f Allo Dealers In Goal E D Peyton IIIEAIEU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Pruce Garter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horse on commission took Pens In Connection W H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY Tint Uitfst In Jwwilry Hllv r utlnss Wulchiff uiidOloukiin Stock i QaJl Traylor DEAnR I Wlrtsku Brandy Wines Beer Clears Etc SaWlSSu STANFORDt KY Prompt ml poilt attention NotMn but Iht teo lo drink Mill phon rr Ultgttph orlert rictlvt prompt attenllon Training School for Boys at North MlddletownBourbon County Ky ItUlUllnux Well mlontiHl HIlunUonlKitutt ful uml h dltlifiil Iit1in iiiv the Itllonutoou or plnces of ttiiiptntlon Huff t tilitcc lo K utiu ky for hoy Mllltiiry drill inlniitii dilly Inxtructloii tliorouuh DUelpHni klllllllllratullIIl1t linn Not u HulKHil of lint n clirlstlnii lioiin or iotKl OnhulJlllltI nuinlHr tnkill Hi loil Infills fJIAIo1 Kor mrtlruliirv mldrfMi MILTON KIJIOTT 1rliifliol lttfraIII JIIII UHallll llIrlIe Tiite tiiul Wllllnm rUVintnw Htiinford Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please Your Why buy read made clothing when there Is so little difference in price ot high grade ready made Bulls aud a bull f made loj out measure taken by an exiIerlenced tailor I have a handsome Iineof Spring Rooda I can make from n price business suit to the finest dress ult Also Spring overcoats and trou i era The company I represent Is one of tho best I also have a line of goods I make up lf for thhw whooreferlt H 0 KUPJBY the Tailor A SPRICEIISurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McUoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Duilt1illgI RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY Tllo world aJmlrcJ men who aw ttrong In phyilcat nwnul nd nrT forr i mm o anitjnion vnonil mirnriumi tua irue ljr or nrct munhood gl n e b1JUeTviopnent ana mike worth Imn NrraaCurran Pritr tlonsl cpl Mn iintlotI rrlrout leailiia to ottr work tanklnc drug tl and otrr mum lltkM rich hralthy blood nl rrpAln wilted nerrea kIUI ll raa PCFFER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO 0 A FOR SAlE AT PENNYS DRUG STORE POSTED We whose names appear below ttrlctlf forbid huntlnp tubing or nny kind of tNpassing on our place and will prosecute rlolaton to the full extent of the law Mrs late Ador Kelehenbcrh ilrn Fred VonOrucnlRanAlbert VonOruenlRan Krrd VonAllman Fred Haumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Mattle II l1e Kclchenbncli IMI Cummins Jos Ballou- A O Dunn S Holmes W E Arnon WttDaughertr- M J Hoffman M D more Peter W barter J Nevln Carter J K llruce W F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green FerrNI F J Conn John R OamenUch Sam Trnwlirldjce A U Root Olmrlos EnstltD Frank Oordlcr Mrs W 0 Welch Peter Palmer J LBeazleyCo UutlertnKera nUll Embalm ers Also Dealers iu Fur niture MattiiigsRugs They will exchange Furniture for nil KiiuU of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e MC aT Uiulertakcr Einltaliuer aud Jl Dealer iii IIarues3SaddIery STANFORD KENTUCKY Olllcc Ihone 107 Home IhouoSS THE PESKY MOSQUITO CONQUERED AT LAST Thousands of people will giro tliuuk tills HiiiiiiniT nnd bo truly grateful tot Itt Kentucky Clicinlst who lias mie 111111 iKrfwllng ii iiripnratliiii Unit will vlien nppllwl fnvlv piwcnt mo qiiltos from MtliiR you Jhicllwivery IH plcnnant to nsi oontaliiH no poisonous limps and la iMTftttly luirin less nnd Known us Pnraniinpli First Aid lo till Injnrwl Jen slionld lln IIIIIJIuJnrnl1I11111h flop llie ItchliiK unit prevent Dwelling llIltoIIlhriangeroiiH fovern for whlelj reason It In till duty of tveryono to protect theni lvt s an far ns posslhlp from the lilies InrllllIlIIphIsoils whlcli when applied iicnetratcs to till heat of the hurt drawing out nil fever Korenera mill liillamiimtlon through tilt pores of the nkln for which reason It Is unequalled for tho relief of Sunburn Prickly Heat Chaf Inc Sore Feet etc Dont KO throiiKh n JlIrllllIlIIlIhIIIwoods lake or feashore without u hot tic of Iaraeainph In your grip You ran use a hundred way to grtod ad vantage Sold only In 2T c rf e and 100 lipttlM at all good drug stores The IanieainpU Company Ixjulsvlllil Ky U S A FOB SALI BT WN CRAIG Pharmacist t 8 ID for d KT Ji FARMERS DEPARTMENT JERSEY cow for sale BoxlC2 WANTED Lot of Rood clean rye W H TraylorISixtystock owes for sale Coulter white Stanford IWllllllatt sold to Thompson Bal at 350 J M Cress sold to J B Sartin n pair of mules for 170 J C Hays sold to MJ Farria 11 900pound cattle at 3c E P Woods Son have some fine Southdown bucks for sale Fun RENT 65 acres of grass land untirJarr LBeckrSt3nfordr Will Chancellor sold to W B Burton of Garrard a sorrel gelding for 140 R L Hubble bought of Lay of Casey n pair of twoea old mules for 210 WE have 100 stock hogs that we want fed or sold either Lutes Si Co Stan ford A 200acrc farm near Crab Orchard for sale Apply to J H Collier or W E Perkins Crab Orchard 4U- E H Beazlcy bought for J H Turner of Jessamine 23 two and three yearold mules nt SO to 1B- desire to sell 40 to acres of my place in the suburbs of Hustonville Mrs G n Barnett Hustonville Taylor House sold to J D Ends SOI1u gray pair of horse mules for 3G7EO They are crackerjacks Ono hundred stock ewes for sale Call at Neal farm near Moreland orseo Hunn Coffey Lincoln Wolli Yaaam ito The telephone and rural free dolivery of mall have increased Georgia farm lands from 10 to 100 nn aero says a dispatch W S Stone sold Monte Fox of Dan ville a pair of mules for 350 S J Dell sold Frank Hunn 500 bushels of corn nt GOc Casey News B G Fox Co will be at Danville next Monday court day to buy 100 mule colts 50 yearlings and some horse colts See them before you sell Carson Cover sold to J H Turner of Jessamine 13 mules for 11150 Mr Turner also bought three of K L Tan ner for 285 and two of S M Owens for 250 The tobacco growers of Woodford county have so far subscribed for 3 000 of the 12500 of stock in the Bur Isy Tobacco Growers Association allot ted to Woodford county To HOUSEMEN I am now prepared b break and train your yearlings and other thoroughbreds at reasonable rateo Firstclass training track H H Bro nough Crab Orchard Ky James R Kecnes marvelous speci men of horseflesh Sysonby won the 50000 Great Republic at Saratoga in a manner to stamp him king of the turf The Teimesscebred Oiseau was second five lengths back while Capt Sam Browns Broomstick was third The time was 207 flat S M Owens bought in Lexington last week of Beard Carithers 10 mules 1C to IGIt hands high weight 1200 to 1400 pounds at 20750 round They arc to be shipped to the Southern Coal Co at Memphis Tenn They are considered to be the finest hunch of mules ever sold at Lexington CounT DAY There was not much lemand for the 100 or more cattle on market yesterday und a good many went homo unsold From 3 to 3c were the ruling prices for from 900 to 1000pound cattle The mule market was fairly good aged mules selling at 100 to 150 and colts 50 to 05 Stop Babies Tears Ninety per cent of babies troubles unused by disordered stomach or lowtilri Tliev can nil bo itukly wed by a few doses of that great llgestlvo medicine Dr Cnhlwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It digest cured milk sweetens the lueen fever and relieves pain AbsIJI lutely harmless to mother or ehllil Sure relief In teething SuM by O JJI tenny Stanford V Adams llus onvllle at f0e und 8100 Money jack If Itfails Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A J Nuabuuin Dutesvlllo Indiana WIlOI1ILullt year 1 suffered for three months with u summer cold so dlstrcHftirig that It Interfered with my bushiest I had many of the symp toms of hay fever uml a doctors prescription did not reach my case and look several medicines whluh seemed to only aggravate my ease Fortunately 1 insisted upon having Folcyri Honey and Tar ttud It quickly cured mo My wife has slneo used FoleyH Honev uud Tur with the saint trll n st1 Attorney General Haya tillS completed tho brief fur the Commonwealth in tho case of Jim Howard which will be heard in the court of appeals in Octo bcr The chief point in the case is the claim made by the prisoner that his constitutional rights were violated lit the trial through the observance of that provision of the Kentucky CrimI- nal Code that decisions on challenges to jurors shall not be subjected to ex ception Another Good man Gono Wrong Hu uogleoted to tuko Foleyi Kidney Cure nt tho first signs of kidney trou ble hoping It would wear away and ho was soon u victim of Hrtghtsdlsiiiso Thoro U danger In dnlny butU Foleys Kidney Cure Is tuhon nt once tht symptoms will disappear Uio kidney are slrongUionml unil you tut pun sound and well A It Bass of Mor ganiovnt Ind hud to gut up 10 or 12 times in tho night nnd hud u severe baokacho and ptilns In tlio khinoys and was curod by Fokiys Kltlnny Cure 1onnys Drug Store Burglar All I want Is your money ladylOld Maid Go oway wretch youre just like nil the other men I know Smart Set Sick headache results from u dis ordered condition of the Stomach und Is qulrkly cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale all druggists FORjSALE I IureVixl Hrrkshliv hoi uit Hoututlown Hluwp AIM lilali arndo yearling llUfki J HJnrXntf r Hmtonvlllf K- yDESIRAILE HOME JFOR SALE PRIVATELY I will sell prlvntiMy my rulilriHt In rttnn lonl Oil iMnvlllu Vvetnii cuiiUtliit of III lit roolllielotsides with l Kk vlontt liflvrd Klcrtrlc lre through the home Wilier III kllcliii and Imth nxim AllnMvsviryoutlMilldltu Hum with totiKue ninl Krmivixl lull Mir Inn atnll riirn crib cnrrln i hoiiw nil unelr Oil nx lixxl Kiinliii Alt 11114111 gootl riimlr Pntaeimloii ilvin lct MUM MAHY I IIUIUIIIHtnnfonlKy The GORDON SCHOOL For Boys in the Country PROF A N CORDON Vliow iHianlliiit Hvhuul fur iHiy him limn Ion tuitMl In Viitrnl Kviiturky air linn cllwlplliii tliorouiili trurtlon ninl loiti inoriili IIIM iKiughl tlitt iMfiiiitlfiil JtuL Hfiiilrluk lliicclS iiill Kiul of milk lurli Unitnm WUIK from llogistiilliiniiit tN It It Jli InvllH IHIlIh who niilnlilKr tin foriiiiilUin iif rliiinirtcr tin ioriH ritdiii of i luuitliin to fXtiinliif tin1 Ulivil tMiiHlltliiiiN iitTonhil iiy lilmMlirail from iVry lnt of vliW The school opens Sept M I9O5 Write Prof Cordon at Frankfort for catalogue t elllnf9RaehllleS Prices are Good Terms are Better Machines the BesT You are assured of proper Instruction Supplies and Accessories Get a Singer Guarantee Singer Sewing Machine Cos Office Opposite the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Ky It 0 FLOWERS Manager it- Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford KyNu Small frm STaene ImlU from man ford Houtoi fourgood rourai tArt porch and trraoJa Hood turn and othr bulldlugi lu gol repair Cut lotlx Qrldi well frGCml acre In cnltlratloo our acta In trult Im r t in grata llouahtalcoinmliulo eraull bargain andean be aold at bauala CIt to KlHiul and thumb TfU T FTrr acre kwt d iviui ui aold tor aud HV Thliliabaritilu No M SWOacriwol roal and Ilinlr land Iota la IVrry county on tltap Vino Crt a IrtliuUnrof Hi North Folk ni Kentucky rlrer lour felM of toal varying IB thlckbett front V6 teet lo all fett lllrrr IICloIe to Ilia mould ol aboTttreek A rallioad Ii urreyot within lime lullet of Mid property he umber toniUli ol oak etc TIIIIrrI Will wllor exchang on aiy termi No CIA nlco twoalory tight room Irawe dwrlllDgln Stanford Hal two btlli rood rilar with concrete floor good cardan wtll In kltchrn nttirocalilnon wlileb rant tor lltwr month Thed elIlngrcntafurfUI Ir month Tbli prop erty Ii la good repair and tan l taught for tJluO No farms acreaiplendldblurgrai land la U nroln eaunty Two aiory room ilooa naldeac S tenant hout barn room for orrr SM head ol lock and all other ntrruary outbuilding all In good rei lr ClIMe to churrli xhool Mlol8e railroad and In good neighborhood 4uu arm In eulllratlan not 10 lrau and llnibtr etc Tbla It an d al country home u all convenient ou plate culeatto walerrd with II nlK filling prlngtetr 1rlco irawnablo No 111110 urn of land on mile Iroa SOMerwt Kycutlnacren arldt Korty awr in uHI baUnroln tlniher Dwell nrelCLUrtfer HiTenty l18r taixl It rim bouou III nnldix land aad in gnu Tat laad U Im III tllalllNo Itnn of SW acm In 11111fTore gooil J tlltus KWd IMItipeMh boiM torn abool Ice r ch 11Indf No f1 ToII r talllooIlIOf tlk two ball Tiranda t well at low and all llIer Mnmary oullwlldlnn Aim Hr Uwkihiltb bopMiSO and ibrdi lull l uf b r h p and II fort wide Tola roptrly will b Mil at a tery low price No IAfarm ot lit am fur wll frntu flan ordontMt IU la tho county wrll Irrood dwrllldic fronti all att +tnoutbuilding A nJIJ ilu jran firm and only nuluutndtlrffromrounir wal Dvctr ol nne 11tno11frmtl r Well lta1011 yanlt freuj po lo Ktinol no1hurchl IIJI 111011 rib and III d cona IlInlll 1rlcoIMO No 1oSOm brui M tulle of Crab Urebird Ky Brick ilwelllnx t rouiui two tenaal bonKi two bull well and iprlog near dvelttig Farm la hljhiUle of cultltailon IM at HI rlter lottou land gooJ fencing rail etc ITU HIM an No JA nlct farm at IllghUnJ df Imfiv tJ wIIatHIJ etc lik ti tacietnf UnJvn Jametlawn rod Mirth DunnvIN tou acre oiWMtton Nelr ti ton m tlnt rani reitln gratv A Urge new fu IC an JwtiltoeonpUi new Mra ami looUone It watered anj Ik fenclns OnrvNkruiJ Irktfi oo Mlttln1rpQItrtat llppt elli hkh Ii now fitly JeKiltwJat Pro peiltyVailey Tht timber It becoming ioivahi ble alt tho tin for thtreaton tlui lumb r reopi Irom lhe Notts untie the tuppfyof tliaUrlf lail Jlalnlthlng aa conttintly Increitlnr their pur chatet of timber linjt In the South ben Ihe tim ber It nrmoTtd tb UnJ K unequal far agrkullu ral purp v ll will proJoc a bal ot toiian u Iht acrtor will grow other klnj of crop ralwj In Iht teapcrat tune The MllnrtJtnafeitUliertanJ tlrei a yl U hkhcannet to icelid IUI aIo1f Iht till It pcilect an J th eun wlwtmya OelU tun anj Umber UnJt at rr ent pilcet It niklng an In vettnent that ht will never regret ThltUnJIidt vllej Into tract ranging from 41 acre la th trjvt ta ifywacrettolh lrarl anJ rrUetlroratl prr crt t Ii8 pr crt according In location etc Wt art authorliej by lhe company wlra ownt Ihet UnJt to sllt that at other paiikt art contUtrtng lhe ol theu UnJt that oBer thew liactt tub IN prior takwlthlrawal Irxa maiket or change In prk wlihont nolle However when nolined they will haU any tract out of market king enough for Iht purchiMr to nak an lnvtllgatk Abuut iixioacretof thltbnjhat been toU by lat Coo faey lisce t rtcelvej lhl option or further par IcvUrt call at out otnct No M farm ot acrr In Catty county Ky On and obU ilory dwelling Ith nwmi un l liarnand otbaroutbulldlcgt 1I11crro In cuUIili U acre In Umber fruit tr He ltji well on county rod clow M cburchM Khoolete IMwonly f0Alan n 50 barrel nil In Mercer county en Halt Hirer Ploain nnw up todate In ererr particular auo1tlJod dwell lup with lmprn eroenta uorr nf line land clow to Southern rallnnil IrlcctU 00No It kcrei of Und near Crab Orchard cbeap Oil irj nweecjtK J No la Four acre ufi lid il a bliw i no ilory Us mint rail dwelling MeKlniw Ky water woikilu klichun aud imlljr ro ui tuod barn 1111 IIcnr miilutlJIuB lltil wll feucvd and good repair IM all l la cntaparallTeiy n watid WBD j uk fvi fur UK whul Iro rlr lfo 4jariu It ns cne eavlI11 Two Iory In dUlInIC lao IIIud rll 01- 11ullilllllnp tn rOO ftllr 1IdI4 toliatoo land and In guwl community fMrgala it sw No 37 Karuitf nil aern ID totititf A niiw two Ior 8 room frame dwelling id old dwdllng In lair condition Harm and tIff out 4UutldlBgi tin rounty rojd iplendld luUcvo land Jwell watered two well ipriurf elf Thti Ii a tit Irabl home Irlte flftiO aJIIburlPatlllOIfauI In awl rllr Iroooell 11- 111I01l01nl In lIood olrhloOrbood do 1001 nl onoo road Irtc No 21IlIdoralllacdOlltNo Two atorr mat Uwtlllcc room hill u1 Tcranda Joud KirUcn lotlDK and buua In rratonablNo MInMitliti lnp t1 ftllr 1111011 f9roalllh iy n sou of Ih kunbu ichool imatomntand O tt Jcjol ffIftlY lira on rounly road u Ibe mutt ilmiillt arm In that Mtilan Wi 1IIfIIllbc tII farm toltJllrcbr IlldInlnr wMlaln ard oftba all 2 urnluatrawbirrlpa luuxllla imwMlea 1ikcfvOU JfUIItatTill IV WJttllIt 1atN llwtM M Ira arrea of hcd In MrKln Mr kr NHwwry MilMldii ha lrslWill Mil till are ot t r Iwol atrr rJ ItnJ all ruuwt two lUrjr dwttllii wrtl walMtdruodWDtltir Ilia 111bIDIrt onaII 0IMIAftJUPrIQIImnlro nol ar4rodld ortbird et IU act fBfUt Rooil two aUbloa buyfr hcmw uu bouM tloood IIIID rar ibtrt ll alM I 10l will 0 UitIIn food Ifl lr Wllta ll iUri rilr at a low lur rUaxlt NON Knur bald tare moat douM rrraa IorerocnarrollUll1tItla frd i lug Zklnmurn nlteiy UmlikeJ AlarjtIogirden Varant let adJolalngM feel front by Ml Wt d eu All of thl proporly lito tendon Ky hlODtIpUtn r Bwnlb Oo ccuol 11 blb of bit wife nit chIOUtvrNo A nit four room totlac wtl r la pJcnlARd1leoSS3 acre lo Allen count y Ky 00 rail road and pike aUmt acre cultivated about US la timber and trio and about ItOlnKraM Timber on place It cut to II ablnrlutile plare twice orer A large part It fenc ed There arc four dwelling of room each and one Uirw of twontorllt with room abovei Ka well and prln of water It In mill tlf count r tat and grow tobacco corn wlieat Kraw etc tor 00 Oovbalf ehI lour and Orltt Mill Anderton county Kr M barrel cauc4ty covered with Iron 1OffliretuiUtn ruller mill with burr for Cor6 and iniiil bolt The engine I of 7 year runj II acren with tho mill Including what It with tbe home of S ruotnu All for WUI or J MO for tin mill and tl acre One half rath IUt Hue trade No mill In 10 u No fa acre of land pear Juo lion Cllynt la Mten Heidi lacrr In lIhl nlrUlln graaa a uurit orcbro1 ao1 0 har loon III rntiH kjr IVrtj Mid I huuoila of tn lat fir Well wattml and friicltg guod HOM In Kboot and rhurtfcra A two tor lIs room frame dwrlllDf good Urn tjlU ie tfw rr1lr 1rlul KzM- No S4Mi arr ot unluprotrd lied In Iro fount r Mo l mlln from Nalrtila Stallon oa Iron lounLo n toUI WIIII ubn fn wrtiln Uncolnrnimlf Great Clearing sale I This Nik1 is the bcKinniu f u tIlril4 nt wtlcn which will give the buy ing public of this locality the greatest bargain opportunities tIllr had This is not the Ordinary Sort of Cluaring Sale My purchases hut Spring were very large tIll airiiinulatioii nf OiM anil Knils anil broken lota is naturally larger than ever before My unalterable rule is not to eurry any goods over from ono seaMJii to another We inaugurate this great telling event and invite every one within a dnya lilof my More to eonic and join in the greatest of bargain feasts Toll your friends and ncighlxini that Mens Sir Suits arc out to 810118 SI2liO Snit to 8808 10 Suite to 57I8 STflO SnitH to 85J8 ttfi Suits to 18 Alo YnuthH and Hoys1 SlIitJOdd Imitf Dry Good Slioec Hals and Cap Ladle nnd Ocnls Ktirnish inga will gII areordingly SAMROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln Nat Bank STANFORD KY THE hg ULE reuu JTIU NJUC Blt 11 Itlkcaitil walrrrd 111I County This wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to convince t you we have the best the market af fords GEORGE H FARRIS A COtStanford Kentucky