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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r u w U THE INTERIOR JOURNAL N I VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 18 1905 NO 48 1 IN MEMORIAM On lost Friday afternoon tho Goshen Christian church was crowded with re latives friends and neighbors of Mr und Mrs James Dalton the occasion Lein lhoo funeral of their only son Walter Duddcrar Dalton allergist arc lovely boy of 12 years of age who died nt his homo in Gnrrnrd county Ky August 10th 1905 after an illness or about flvo tiny The services were con ducted by Bro Livingston assisted bj Elder F M Tinder of Lancaster the remarks of each being appropriate tender and consoling to the bruised hearts of the bereaved parents The loved form was borne to tho cemetery nnd laid to rest beneath a mound or flowers tho loving tribute of friends whose hearts went out to them tin aged grandparents the two little ads leis the almost brokenhearted father and mother friends who sorrowed with them yet could not realize the depths of their grief Walter war such u good boy so studious and obedient In school endearing himself to teacher and playmates was such a helpful boy In his home idolized by hk mrenU And when I gazed on his Innocent tare As still and cold he lay Irt And thought what lovely child ho had been And how soon he was called away 0 death thou lovest the beautiful In tho woo of my spirit I cried For sparkled the eyes nnd the forehead was fair Of the little boy thatdled I shall miss him when the lowers come In tile garden where he playtdl I shall miss him more by tho fireside When the llowers have all decayed I shall see his toys and hill empty chair And the hone he used to rido And they will spoak wlU llcntlltCtCh- Of the little boy that dlOtL I shall see hU little sisters again With their playmates about the door And Ill watch the children nt their bports Ai I never did before And If in tho group I see a child Thats dimpled and Inughingcyed Ill look to see if It may not be Tho little boy that died We shall all RO home to our Fathers house To our Fathers homo in the skies Where the hope of our souls shall have no blight And our love no broken ties We shall roam on the banks of the river of pence And bathe in its blelllirul tide And one of the joys of our heaven will be The little boy that died GRANDMOTHER Kentucky Fair Dates Tho following are tho dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for IWtt as far as reported Columbia Aug 224 days Shelbyville August 224 days Springfield August 234 days London Aug 2 13 days Somerset August 294 days Nlcholasville August 29tf days r Bardstown August 304 days Florence August 304 days Elizabcthtown Sept Ia days Glasgow Sept 13t days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 1SG days Henderson September 26C days Falmouth September 271 days Owcnsboro October 1ob days They Appeal to Our Sympathies The bllllouH and dyspeptic are eon stunt Hutrorern and appeal to pair sympathies There Is not ono of them however who tinny not he brought hock to hunlth and happiness by tho use of ChamlKirlalnH Stomach and Liver Tablets Those tablets Invigor ate the Stomach and Liver and strengthen tho digestion They ulna 4 regulate tho IwwJils For satin bye nip druggists 4 lIe Why do you persist In your re fusal to marry mo when have de elated my Inability to live without youShe Because you have aroused my curiosity I want to see how long you J will be ablo to survive Because the recent lynching at Sulphcr Springs Tex the Negro Hap tilt Sundayschool and Baptist Young Peoples Union convention will be held In Louisville instead of Sulphur Springs Jf Sick heudacho results from a Ills ordered condition of tho Stomach and I9 quickly cured by Chain erlnlns Stomach nnd Liver Tablets For sale all druggists Grandmas worried Papas pale Mothers at a Bargain sale t Resolutions Adopted By The Teachers Association At Junction City KKSOLVUD that the teachers of Gar card Lincoln und Boylo extend most MiJlvlretlianks lo1huCommcrclaLCluh of Junction City for their magnnnimou entertainment on Tuesday evening We heartily appreciate their efforts and bespeak sure success for such u club Kiisowu that wo express our high appreciation of the soulstirring music BO delightfully tendered by Prof Ire land and other musicians also to our faithful organist Miss Kate Bogle UKSOIVED that we extend thanks to the Christian church for use of the houso nnd to the pastor of same for helpful services Isoivin that wo highly appreciate the kindness hospitality und favors shown by the citizens of Junction City especially to Mr Henry Hnnkla post master for his painstaking mail dis tribution among tho teachers also to the little children for the pleasure they afforded The greatest wealth of n State Is found In her children und her highest duty consists in the cure exhib too toward them In no way Is this cuio so thoroughly shown as by the schools furnished nnd the training given to her youth This training In its highest state can bo furnished only by those cultured and especially trained for tho purpose of giving instructions This instruction can only be obtained In schools organized equipped and main Uilned by the State Since this Is true it becomes the sole cacti duty of every teacher and citizen to see that tho State does her duty toward her children Therefore be jt resolved that we the teachcas of Boyle Lincoln nnd Gar rani counties assembled in institute pledge our Influence our means und our time to the spreading about of the pres ent educational conditions and further more wo declare that we will not knowingly support or assist In any way members of the State Assembly who will not pledge themselves to supjwrt a Normal School measure or who do Aot show themselves disposed to give the best of everything to the life and wel fare of every child in Old Kentucky Furthermore be it resolved that If the teachers of this State are required to pay Institute instructors and equip professional county libraries that they demand the General Assembly that the time spent in the county institute be made n part of the school year and the attending the full time be paid his regular salary from the county funds KgsoiAKD that the institute elect two teachers from each county to as sist the superintendents of the three counties in selecting instructors time and placo for holding next Institute UNSOLVED that we say amen to the manner in which our worthy chair man has conducted tho work and for the harmonious spirit he has helped to hold and a vote of thanks to Prof Hcndrlcks for his untiring efforts in se curing homes for tho teachers UNSOLVED that the institute express its heartfelt thanks to and deep appre ciation vf our most worthy instructors ProC Kourk and Mrs Olcott und as a token of respect and approval of their earnest efforts und clliclcnt service HKSOIVKU that we have u tricoun ty institute in 1900 to bo conducted by till same instructors if possible IlESOtVKn that we heartily indorse thu work of our able hslruclorsnndde- sire that they may go on in their great work und be blest In their labor of bless ing others und God bless the Educe tional Improvement Commission KISOIVII that a copy of these res olutions go to each county paper for publication Public is Aroused The public Is aroused to a knowledge of the emalive merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters fur sick Htomuch liver and kidneys Mary II Walters of old St Clnlr Ave Columbus 0 writes For several months I wits given up to lId I bad fever and ague my nerves were wrecKed I could not sleep canal my Htomuch was so weak from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon utter beginning to take Electric Bitters I obtained relief and In a short limn I was entirely cured It Guaranteed G L Pennys drug store Stanford Lyne BIOS of Crab Orchard prlco 50e The following officers were elected at the reunion of Morgans men at Car lisle Gen Basil W Duke Louisville president Cupt J W Bowles Louis ville vice president Judge il C Sauf loy Stanford ijecond vice president Major O S Tenney Lexington third vice president Green R Keller Cur lisle secretary John G Roach Louisville commissary Rev Dr E O Guer rant Wllmorochaplain Judge Thomas Curtin a distinguished Tennessee jurist died at Bristol NEWS NOTES Typhoid fever is spreading in Wash ligton City Fifty Indians were killed by u land slide in British Columbia Stephen Caldwell a fortyniner was killed bjrtheTraroT5trMiddctovmNiY7 Fireman William Daytdn of New York was killed while answering a false alarm One hundred thousand laborers in Spain ore said to be without the no ccssaries of life James Showley und Ernest Campbell of Peru Ind were struck by lightning und killed Sam Hislc is in jail at Lexington on the charge of assaulting Mrs Jasper Chase in Clark county Logan Hall n department of the University of Pennsylvania was damaged by fire to the extent of 10000 Twelve men were killed and six in jured at the quarry of the Lehigh Port land Cement Company at Ormrod near Allentown Pa by the sliding of a moss of rock weighing thousands of tons from the side of the excavation Harris Lindsley Deputy Police Com missioner of Now York und Miss Evelyn P Willing of Chicago were instantly killed In u collision between un nutomobilo in which they wore riding and a locomotive near Rutland VtDr Charles E Reacts owner of the Esculapia Springs Lewis county shot and killed W II Luhman who it is alleged had been trespassing on Dr Benchs grounds and threatened to as sault the proprietor when told to vacateThe Kentucky Funeral Directors As sedation decided that advertising cut rates on coffins and funeral goods was contrary to tho ethics of the business und that no advertising should be done by members of the association beyond u plain business card in the papers The Coroners verdict in connection with the Lake Shore wreck ut Men tor 0 June 23 in which 19 lives were lost holds that Walter F Minor the telegraph operator at Mentor opened the fatal switch but whether of his own volition or under orders has not been ascertained Tho fact that the number of deaths daily reported at New Orleans has not risen is considered an important sign indicating improvement in the yellow fever situation Dr White of the Marine Hospital service who is in charge of the campaign against the epidemic considers the outlook bright Iostmaster F Clay Elkin of Lexing ton died ut his home In that city of rheumatism of the heart He was taken ill Monday afternoon His appointment as postmaster was made in Mny1898 since which time he had been prominent in politics as a Republican lie was about 30 years old and leaves a wife and three children- Sujwrintendent of Compulsory Educa tion Bodjjie of Chicago created u mild sensation at tho convention of factory inspectors at Detroit by declaring that the competition of women children and machine labor was driving the men out of the cities to fields of heavy manual later and that women would be the ruling sex in industry John E Madden the wellknown turfman has been sued in New York for 0000 damages for slander Tho complainant is Laura D Simons who alleges that Madden made derogatory statements concerning her on two oc casions once to her husband Madden was served with the notice at Saratoga anti gave hail in the sum of 3000 W R Raymond the man arrested in Cincinnati and charged with the burning of S L VanMcters house und barn near Lexington was lodged in jail When arrested he had in his pocket a duplicate of the threatening letter received by Mr VnnMetcr before tho fire Raymond says he was born nt Patterson N Y and was intimate with the anarchists there The State Capitol Commision set tied with Balke S Zchndcr Louisville contractors for the work of excava tion done on the site for the new State Capitol paying 32C100 The bid of the company was 19SO the rock extra The sum of 70 was allowed for extras increasing the bid price to 2050 For rock taken out the company was allow ed 150909 A Touching Story Is tho saving from death of the baby girl of Geo A Kyler Cumberlunil Md Ho writes At tho age of 11 months our little girl was In declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up Wo were almost in despair when wo re solved to try Dr Kings New Discov cry for Consumption Coughs und Colds Tho first bottle gave relief utter taking four bottles she was cured und Is now In perfect health Never falls to relieve and curon cough or cold At G L Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros of Crab Orch ard 50o and 1100 lfuarnnted Trial bottle free rf k1lJi Jij CRAB ORCHARD Messrs Powell and Elkin of Lancas ter were here Sunday to see two pret ty girls Old Dripping Springs is full anti a crowd still at Crab Orchard Springs Oror200 people took supper at the lat ter place Sunday evening Mr Andy Turnbull who died last week of typhoid fever was liked by almost every one as he was strictly hon est and fair in all his dealings Much sympathy is felt for his aged mother in her loss Mrs Em Farris has moved into Mrs Barkers cottage Mrs Stephen On has moved into Mrs Pettus house Mrs Newton Tinsley of Barbourviile is vie Itlnr friends nnd drinking our health giving waters Mr Hill Buchanan wont to Louisville Sunday to accept u position in u manu- factory John Chadwick was with the homefolks Sunday John Carson of New Orleans has joined his family here and they have rented the home of Mrs Pettus until the yellow fever abates in Louisiana Mrs Sinclair of New Or leans is with Mrs Curtis Gover Mrs lit E Fish has moved to Stanford Mr Will Pettus und family have moved to London where he has engaged in the livery business with J C Rinehart Miss Elizabeth Payne has been sick but is letter The infant of Mr and Mrs John King died Sunday of cholera in fantum They have the sympathy of the community J D Willis returned to St Louis Monday Mrs Grove Cook hadanother stroke of paralysis last week and Is quite low Clarence Col lier is able to be out again Mr R H Bronaugh who has been threatened with typhoid fever is better Miss Katherine Bronaugh has returned from n Lexington hospital She is studying to be a trained nurse Wm Watson is some better Rufus Johnson is no bet ter and the chances are against his re covery Miss Margaret Culton celebrated her lath birthday Friday which was one or- t e swellest occasions the younger set has enjoyed About invitations wore sent out nnd by 10 oclock the beautiful parlor the sitting room and hall were filled with us pretty girls und gallant boys as any town can boast of The guests were entertained by cards and music Miss Margaret was assist ed in receiving by Misses Eddie Bailey Chadwick and Katherine King Six teen Japanese lanterns lighted the out side while upon the beautiful dining table 16 candies gave a mellow light Punch was served in the hall by Mrs Ward Moore and nt 11 oclock the mer ry party assembled in tho spacious din ing room where ices cakes fruits and candies were served and as the table was presided over by Mrs Culton it is safe to say each felt it was good to be there Miss Margaret was the recip ient of many costly und useful remind ers of her birthday and as 12 oclock sounded the happy young folks reluct antly said goodnight All join in wish ing many happy returns of her birth day for she is bright jovial and lova ble and a general favorite t with told and young POLITICAL Out of 321353 votes cast in the Nor wegian referendum only 161 were mop position to the dissolution of the union with Sweden The democratic county committee of Laurel nominated Tames M Feltner of McWhorter for county superintendent and Jack Wiggins of East Bernstadt for jailer Chairman T P Shonts of the Pana ma Canal Commission states in an in terview that the severest task before the commission is that of housing and supplying the 20000 men who will be necessary in building tho canal It is stated that on the recent trip of the President to Chautuuqua the of ficials of the Erie railroad were alarmed for his safety and as a precaution di verted the Presidents special so as to bring it into New York in a roundabout wayPresident Roosevelt has cabled Sec retary Taft definitely that no extra ses sion of Congress would called this year The message was read by Secre tary Taft ut a luncheon anti was received with applause by the congres sional members of the party Citizens of Lexington regardless of party have united to secure an ar rangement by which Mrs Elkin widow af the late postmaster F Olay Elkin receive the salary attached to the oflice until the expiration of the term for which Mr Elkin was appointed The police of Philadelphia after a second canvass for fraudulent names on the voting list report a total of 60 093 such names At a previous Investigation 31479 fraudulent names were butMdyorWeaver was not satisfied with the report ordered the second canvass Two men were killed and three others Probably fatally injured in a collision ctween apassenger and a freight near Macon si A4o it1 c 4 Great Clearing saleI This sale is the beginning of n series of sales which will give the buy ing public of this locality the greats bargain opportunities they ever had This is not the Ordinary Sort of Clearing Sale Sly purchases lust Spring were very large the accumulation of Odds chub Ends and broken lots is naturally larger than ever before My unutterable rule is not to carry any goods over from one season to another We inaugurate this great selling event and invite every one within n days ride of my store to come and join in the greatest of bargain feasts Tell your friends and neighbors that Mens 815 Suits are cut to 81098 81250 Suits to 8808 810 Suits to 8748 57 flU Suits to 8548 tu5 Suits to 83H8 Also Youths nnd Boys Suits t Odd Pants IrJ Goods Shoes Hats anal Caps Ladies and Gents Furnish ings will go accordingly SAMROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY We are Deelighted With the White Lily I Me dtimcies D Collier Polly Palmer Wm Martin Jus White Cyrus Messer W P Grime James Mes er Mat Woodsou Crit Knbauks A G Faulkner I W H HIGGINS STANFORD L KYII 250 NOVELS 250 IA Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Readinga Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILL NCRAIGDruggist and Optician The Gibraltcr of Rockcastlc County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK- OF FBRODHEAD KYIOilers to the Peoplo n SystemAccounts a Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give its your business and wo guarantee u pleasant anti profitable relation Pay per cent interest on all deposits of 8100 or more when loft in the hank natal not checked upon for u period of six mouths t J W HUTCHESON Cashier Hello Hustotiville Black Jake and Aunt Hanna were at the fair They tried to show you what I have to sell while they were there S I ALDRIDGE t KyI f The Interior Journal E C WALT- ONDEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator f R L HUBBLE a s For UepieicntnttYu- J J M ALVERSON For County Judge = R7 C7 WARREN For County Attorney W S QURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL Sft For County ClerK GEORGE B COOPER For Assessor W A CARSON For Saperlntentlentof Pchool r GARLAND SINGLETON For Juliet t wl HERRIN TUB United States Census Bureau places the commercial value of rail roads in this country at 11214852 000 of which 155772000 are credited to Kentucky Pennsylvania leading all the States with 1420GOS000 The valuation given does not include the value of Pullman cars or private cars The value of this epuipment inde pendent of the commercial use to which it is put is estimated as fol I lows Pullman cars 51000000 pri vate cars 72000000 The publication is intended to show the estimate placed upon the railroads for business purposes and it purports to give their market value rather than the tax val uations In a note it is explained that the value submitted was determined not with a view to discover t f ing a proper purchase price for the railways of the United States nor as a basis for taxing these railway properties but as one step in ascertain t ing for the Census Bureau the total wealth of the United States Eleven billions and a quarter worth of rail roads The figures stagger the im agination IN her lecture in Louisville Mrs Carrie Nation denounced President x Roosevelt as an anarchistandtraitor- on the ground that he does not exercise the power in his hands against evil to the proper extent Carrie and Teddy should settle their differences in private rather than in public places if they can settle them at all SEVEN suits for divorce were filed at Louisville in one day Why dont the husbands of these women just take an outing in the yellow fever district of New Orleans and that will settle the matter without cost and prejudice At last but not least it amounts to the same thing in the long run rTUE South African gold miners have recovered from the effects of the Boer war and for July the output was 9 031250 nearly a million more than the record before the war With gold com ing in from every quarter the white t metal may soon be at a premium A FELLOW who claims to know whereof he affirms says that lager beer is made of malt hominy glucose some hops and much water and costs 50 cents a L1barrel And yet there are said to exist men who wilt drink the vile decoction A KANSAS farmer is making good money by renting a flock of 2000 turkeys to his neighbors to devour the grasshoppers Truly there are many jways of killing a dog besides choking him to death with buttertIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES c Dr John W Holloway is dead at Nicholasville aged 82 Jonas Stodgill a Spencer county farmer was waylaid and robbedC Robert Ewell a brakeman was runI over by a freight train at Lafollette Tenn and killed He was a son of Col R L Ewell of London At Mt Sterling Harry S Bittenger postmaster was arrested at Stepstone Bittenger is charged with fraudulently increasing the cancellation of stamps in his office l The proposition to establish a Grand Central passenger station in Louisville was referred to a special committee at the conference of officials held at theI t Board of Trade At an enthusiastic meeting of the Somerset City Council Godfrey Hunter purchased the franchise for waterworks electric light plant and street railway system Work is to begin within 20 days and Dr Hunter will make hisI home in Somerset At Harrodsburg Coroner Gibbs held an iqnuest into the deaths of lIon Sam C Black and Walter Stotts who were killed in the tradegy last week Only who examined the j the physicians wounds of the dead men were examined by the Coroner and the verdict was to the effect that the two men to their deaths from pistol balls Jcame by some one unknown totjiejary examining trials of Officws Her ron and Britton are set for today be fore County Judge Roach cV V L In a storm at Harrodsburg Tuesday lightning struck the cupola of the First Baptist church knocking almost all the slate off it The building waa set on fire but the rain which was coming down in torrents extinguished the flames The damage is placed at 200 to the church and about the same to the livery stable of I C James which was struck Henry Bottom colored was struck and knocked n distance of 10 feet and rendered uncon cious for some time Several horses were injured and one disabled so badly that it will have to be killed The home ofIliary Jordanr coToTed was struck and completely wrecked Several members of her family were stunned Bobbitt Goes AParty And Plays A Heavy Role Tuesday night Mr John Kennedy gave an ice cream supper and lawn fete by the beautiful silvery rays of the moon that was the most delightful gathering of beauty and chivalry I have seen in many a day During July and August I have been introduced to more than half a hundred beauties at the grand old summer resort Crab Orchard Springs but for rural beauty and angelic sweetness and innocent purityI this excelled any party I ever attendee Some of the guests were from ufar some 1000 miles from home as you will see from the list The widows letter from Alabama created much interest here and Mrs G W King started her INTERIOR to far away Oklahoma These Preachersville people like myself believe in the dear old INTERIOR The young folks engaged in the fascinating game or dance called SkiptumLoo or some such name and even I took part in some game where you talked one of corresponding number I drew or rather the lady drew my number and as soon as I was introduced to her I saw or rather felt my fate was seal ed but the torrent of poetry had not flowed but a short while until she told me she was married Then I thought of what n beautiful widow once said to me You are more like Bonaparte in your unfortunate love affairs than any man I ever knew Before break ing up the audience salted for speech in lieu of which I quoted about 200 verses of poetry and the happy crowd dispersed with loud clapping of hands The following is a list of those present Misses Lillie Edmiston Louisville Laura Cummins Kansas City Mo Gar nett Scott Eliza Mary and Fannie Carpenter Olga and Lucy Cummins Mesdames W H Cummins G C Ken nedy G W King Minnie Cummins Jordan Mr John Kennedy and lady Mr M 0 Kennedy and lady Mr P F Kennedy who before this is printed will be a benedict Messrs PhilThomp- son Ollie Johnson Farley Scott Carl B King David Lunsford F F Bob bitt John Colson W F Kennedy J W Cummins and Woods Carpenter Why did I let the student beat me out of the widow and her fortune Because I can marry any time and any body but this is the first good chance the student ever had to marry a queen and a fortune at the same time FONTAINE Fox ROBBITT KINGSVILLE Mrs F M Dunn is at home from Grant county Our public school did not begin on Monday as we understood it would much to the regret of many The smallpox admitting that it is such was never epidemic in this dis trict and the children would be in much less danger of contracting the disease at school than running about town and around the depot This aside from the fact that bad weather usually beginning in November will keep many of he younger children from attendance especially those who can not afford to purchase shoes and sufficient clothing throughout the winter months seems to be an erroneous idea Mrs Sam McKeithan and baby have rented the rooms occupied by J1IlIc Carty and family J M McCarty is at ome from Whitley county Mrs Amanda Thompson of Woodstock is the guest of her daughter Mrs C M Thompson Wm Lane and family have moved to the cottage recently by W It Campbell and wife vacatedI Mrs Sylvan Privitt will move low in a short while Mrs Manfred Chevolette spent a few days with her mother at Highland Ed Carey of the L N is with the homefolks here D M Creighton is suffering as the re suit of a fall he sustained a week ago His right limb and hip are so badly injured that he can not move without as stance and then only with great patti He is under the care of Dr Thompson who has hopes for his recovery but his natienta age 81 is against him in the final recovery Mrs D M Creighton is confined to her room with Intermittent fever Mrs E W Creighton has ecn quite sick with malarial fever but improving Your correspondent has een suffering with a sprained wrist r Warren has returned to Woodstock Why did Ethel turn down young Blgwadd Oh she had a better offer Why he has20000 a year iYes but Ethel received a proposal from the office Joy of a lIfe insurance ffW1pan S t lv t tot Here and There Mrs A J Whanger aged 19 died at Maysville She in the second wife Mr Whanger has lost inside of a yeas his first wife being killed by n train With the Kentucky funeral directors in session and Carrie Nation n more or less honored guest life in Louisville had u touch of spice in it yesterday TimesHenry Clays head was one of the greatest In the country The headless statue in the Lexington cemetery is a standing rebuke to Kentucky Louis vilteTimes The officials of the Marine Hospital service at work in New Orleans while unwilling to be quoted are known to entertain hopeful views of the yellow fever situation Fifty privates of the troops stationed at Fort Snelling deserted because they were called upon to do hard manual labor in leveling and grading the new ri fie range at that place Francis B Loomis Assistant Secretary of State declared In an interview at Springfield 0 that he expected to resign his present position and to bo given a diplomatic position lie said he knew nothing definite of the report that Col W C Sanger was to bo his successor CHURCH MATTERS A Sunday School picnic will be giver by the Neals Creek church on August 25 Everybody is invited There will be a ladies prayer meetfng this afternoon at Mrs T J Fosters at 4 oclock All ladies are invited Rev J W Simpson will preach and hold conference with members of the Moreland Methodist church to night at 730 All members are requested to be present writes P Walker pastor On the Sunday before Labor Day which occurs September 3 7000 Presbyterian ministers throughout the United States will preach to the working classes on some phase of the labor question A protracted meeting will begin next Sunday morning at the Christian church by Rev L M Omer After Sunday the services will begin at 10 A and at night at 745 Prof Leonard Daugh erty of Louisvslle will conduct the song service Mr Daugherty will be glad to meet all the singers in town at the church tonight at 745 Everybody is cordially invited to come and help make the meeting a successful one Peculiar Disappearance J D Uunyan of Butlervlllc 0 laid the peculiar disappearance of his painful symptoms of indigestion and biliousness to Dr Kings New Life Pills Ho says They are a perfect remedy for dizziness sour stomach headache constipation etc Guar anteed at G L Pennys drug store Stanford Lyne Bro of Crab Orchard price 25c but will serve under you PARKERS HAIR BALSA- Mclnns tcftuUTiti th tub Iromout a teiuraH pwrth OrynlrCw rep slungthuaJf LEAD ounciln Slmrle t lyebut express bllh- thesehoesl controlhem hey dont control your feetIthey Jtnl under you I The patent UR FIT holds your shoes and feet together so that the weight of your body does not shift around and twist your shoes out of shape are the only shoes good enough to carry the IURFITMade calf or kid or genuine colt with eollduniformRussian oaktanned oltr r FOB BlUC BY VHJ McROfcRETS i f A Good Chance to Get I Summer Clothing I I We have a pretty fair stock of TwoPiece Suits left and we want to make a price that will make them go to dp that we cut them as follows t 5 Suits Reduced to 375 750 Suits Reduced to 5 r 10 Suits Reduced to 7 iItt 1250 Suits Reduce to 8 c Ji Aifew pairs of boys long pants in the oldfashJIioned Blue Cottonade reduced from 50 to 35c t These are clean new fresh uptodate goods No old stuff at all t tH J MROEERTS STANFORDJ 50 REWARD I will glue U rewnrd Information hMcl Init to tilt recovery or R tOotrold dark orivl lie hand high KOMIUH now lilnck mime nod toll which Mnlrn July Mhiuul conviction of the tlilvf or will givo n IliK riil rvwnril for the return the rolt An the Htnte ofleri n utamllni rvwunl of HO fur n horn thief It will worth omii time to after th1 om J F lUOK IxmKlilntnnrvlhonell Lexengtonh NEW LIVERY STABLE IDBMfcCLABSSOlTInn JUNCTION CITY KVF- irstclass Turnout at heaionablt Han Epeclal Attention to Traveling Mco and Hay For Sale FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Knrm contains rA acres of In ml In od itiueof cultlVHtlon J mills from Crntt O- rchunlOlltmcutcrplkeSiurn In mend ow vu ncTf In pirdt n orclinnlvtf The Improvement contltt of n house of nix room newly lord In very good rlpllir Uhhrn nt door Iw rvu lit room numerous and In goof con Illliun Hpkndldstnhlenudtwocribs Will iTlviitely UoxTS llrnbOrchnrtl Ky Small Farm For Sale I denlre to lell m of Kncrrn of Inns yams from gunk Him Olympian HprliiK It lots n fine well of mintmi water the following nimlytU l y Htnt CollrKC will shows The water contain IM grains or tolld mutter per 1111011 comhllll main ly of chlorides and tulphate of toclliiiucnl slum and same cuiclull carlo nate trncv01 Iron potassium and lithium c0uqound will evil nt n 1trnt- to UKOIUIK IIUKH Mt Malem Ky McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Manufacturer of J Un eyi Klnnnnl Blanket unit Ynrn Mend tu your wooLws- take wool In ezchnnge for work nllowin6 the market trlrekttldnctlotl Ktutrnnteru Kail or write for price Trod Information Agents wanted Dripping Springs P 0 Crab Orchard Ky Thl delightful old Hummer resort Iv now are itt goal- t1utIKtlewntrrlxtutu nnd the tulilu lint Lens liiiuulii In charge of thtr kitchen which mum goal eatliiK Hood ttalilu and ollr horte well cared lor Raft S711tr week Write to K KIHHKHtrali Orchard Ky McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS McKinnoy Ky Ilnvlnit liouBht the McKlniiey Holler Mil nnd tecuredthu service of Mr W M Iniil diTariinox erlenced miller I feel warrant ed III uRurlnK to slut public mill s coed to turn Hi nrlnUiiiK or work of any kind The IIIl1chlncr Is gKnt repair nnd the pru duct of It ktandtf second to none In Ihlw MC Jon Oustom grlmllmt n niiecliilty I will oho keep on hand of all klmln which will Ill nt the lot market price Hay Feed Ktcatwiiy In ktock I want to buy your wheat null will duty you the hlghent cIIh J14MttltlIIY McKlnney Ky THE VERDICT I Hcrren doors window scrvons nml tenon n it Jlluo Flume Wick e Oil Htoves Lace Ourtnlns Hlmuvs Poles Extrados Itnick Ilu s MnttliiKs 1ortlerree- lurtalnHtretcheDCaritettilretchers scrub iiruHhcs to remove rctlon Ollrlt and Jntlf ling lnper Door Wl Hlow Wall IlimT 1st nt VarnUh Htalns and Knamels Pictures Krameil MouldlnnsMat Hlnn HuBgles New nnd Old Come and ee you can name somethlni we do not keep Good Mv ery llent of horllellnll buggies and feed Excellent undertaking equipment plenty of horses nod feud lubber Tiring done Pruitt BrothersMoreland Ky NM i Our stock of School Bodks Tablets I School Bags Pens Ink Slates and I all kinds of School Supplies is ready I for line youve are headquarters in this PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky first National BankStanford Ky JI Capital Stock 50000 ertablihledathen reorranlted as the National Hank of Stanford In IHS and again reorganised as the First National llaik of Stanford to 18t7 baying bad practically an uolnter rapted eilstence for 3 year It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing Business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Directors J B Piston J D Owsler II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter II Foster L 0 Gooch WH Jummlni W M It L II Shanks r n1 M Officers 1 J e nOOKKK Prcsl T HARRIR V IruIJl UcKOIIEKTS w u WEAUENAMI obn Directors tr Reid Danville P T Harris Stanford 3 Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKlunev M D Elmore Stanford BtantordrJiltobineon Hubble StanfordJ0 E Tate Stanford I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 980000 j j Ruble Successors to Tbe Farmers Bank Jk Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT loping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial I Officers H SHANKS President J B yViceW M nUlOHT Cashier W O WALKKU y Asst Cashier STANFORD MALEtrFirst terra begins MONDAY SEPT 4 1005 Our faculty is strong equipment firetclaes surroundings comfortable college work done on col lego principles work accepted by tho best institutions in tho State rates tlatlYlntngesOSCAR B FALLI8 President Stanford Ky tt 1 fNew Fall Ginghams If 1Vo Imvc just received mud placed on sale 500 yunlH of now Fnllstyles in the wellknown Toilodu Nonl Ginglmm They Como in dark rich plaids nml Binnll checks nnil figure nil designs not heretofore shown Yon arc never dimppointed about the wear of Ginghams Tho price is only 12 l2c r per ynnl Wool RemnantsJWhen looking for nomcthlng i wuuVfiiiiuiifitir 1 thnt will interestyou New hnJlos and qualitic Penny s drug Store =PERSONALS MRS 11 C WlUY continue quite i rtck ftli U L DAVISON in attending the Liberty fair t Mn AND Mlis W H SIIANKj aro at Crab Orchard Springs MR AND Mns E 0 SINGLETON nml children ore viiitinR in the Knst End Mlis P M McHOHKiiTS Is with the 4 homefolks at Arcadia for a few days MRS AtAUV HocKKR went up to Iittaburg Wednesday to visit her son Mns W A CARSON and children are visiting her totem In Garrard county MR W II HAOIIY of Covington has joined his wife nnd son at Mrs Rockers MESSRS K C ENOLKMAN and W W Saunders are attending the Hrodhcad fairMiss FLORENCE Myna of Stanford It the guest of friends relUchtnond Register MR JOIN L TANNER of McKInney paused through to tho Hrodhoad fair WednesdayI DAISY AND NANCY VAN DEVESR are with Mm W K Shu ans- I at Brodhcad MISSES JENNIK AND MATTIB WHXII ER are visiting at Liberty and are taking in tho fair MR AND MRS S W MENKKIH of Danville were tho guests oj Mr and Mm J N Mcncfee DR IlAMSEY ulf Sayro Institute Lexington WM here Wednesday looking for matriculates- MR M E IRUITT of Moreland Is attending tho State Funeral DIrectors Association in Louisville Miss LUIA CmiWMAS spending her vacation with friends and relatives in Cincinnati and Louisville MISHKS MjNNin STRAUII and Margaret Florence Daviwm have returned from n visit to terryvlllc relatives MRS J H STEPHENS who has ben visiting relatives at Cedar Creek returned to Lexington Wednesday Miss UIIODA WHITE and Master Hobart White aro visiting Hockcastle friends and attending the Hrodhoad fair Mn J M MOUNT who is now lo In Southern Arkansas was the I MCHOb1ert8 SHANNON and Master Ustcr and William j OBannon are at Urodhcad with rel ativesIMiss MARGARET MCUOIIERTS Pueblo Cal who has been with Miss Mattie Hopper left for her home Tuesday MR U L HUHHLE our next Senator l from this district is mingling with the good people of Casey during the fair this week CHARLES LUTES of llustonvillo and brother Keene Lutes of Paris were In the city a few days on business Somerset Journal MESDAMBH V T MUILIKIN of WIN more and T S Stuart und children of Lexington are visiting Mrs U S Traylor and other relatives here ME8DAMBS LlZIB McFARLAND of Lexington and Mary Crow of Niche las ville nro visiting their sister Mrs Lucy Holtzclaw in tho Gilberts Creek section MRS MATTIB NBVIUS Stanford and Miss Lillian McClary Knoxville Tenn t left for their homes Tuesday morning visit to their uncle V after a pleasant 1 Mr Z L Samuel Adair NewsI MRS E R RITCHIE and handsome little son George left yesterday morn ing for their home nt Palo Pinto Texas after having spent a delightful sum Mr and Mrs Jmer with her parents I 4NMcnefce JAMES H NORTON of Montgomery AlajntS resigned his position chief clerk to Supt J I McKinney and has taken tho position of Assistant Manager of the Southern Oil Cotton Co ini the State of Alabama MR AND MRS LOGAN WOOD chaper 1oned a jolly crowd to Dix riveryes terday where bathing was LUla11Maelard Louise Batterton Taylor The young ladies compose a party ambitious to become proficient In the art of swimming and will taker wgular trips to the riverAdvocate I yesterdllYDrippingSprll1Jrs Mns JUAN S BAUGIIMAN and baby are nt Dripping Springs Mil GliORQB D WllATIICRFORI Ilustonville is seriously ill Miss GEORGIA DELHI of Louisville is with Mss Lizzie Davison LAWRENCE VANARSDALB of Louis ville Is hero with the hotnofolks- MK ALFRED PKNCB went to Law renccburg this morning to attend the fair MRS MAGCIE EIus and daughter of Butler have been the guests of Mr A C Sino and family MR A K WALKER and family of Rolling Fork Miss passed through here yesterday en route to Garrart from the yellow fever scare MRS C W HOFFMAN and Miss lint tie Hoffman will arrive from Louisville tomorrow to bo tho guests of Misses Sara Duddcrar and Mary Mobley Miss BERTA JEAN PENNY went to Lancaster yesterday nnd gave several violin numbers at an entertainment given by the ladies of the Christian church at that place lust night Miss Allio Hoffman played Miss Pennys accompaniments LOCALS WANTED Two No1 house carpen ters at once J A Allen Stanford Ky READ in another column the advertisement of tho Gordon School for Boys CARPENTERS S new diamond edge hand saws guaranteed at George H Farris YOUR Graded School is due Please call ahd settle at once W 0 Walker treasurer 3t CANNEL coal Glen Mary and Jellico coal See me before you buy W S Wlgham Morelnnd e YOUR city taxes are now due My olllcc is with Garland Singleton Call in and settle R G Jones city mar- sha It II HAMM bought the interest of the late J Harvey Dunn In their store at Brodhead and is running thcbusiness alone Mil L G GOOCII of Wayncsburg left at tho Lincoln County National hank an apple which weighs 21 ounces It is of the 20 Ounce Pippin variety JUDGE W BEMcLof Harrodsburg was here yesterday for a short while and sat in tho Moore case for which he called n special term of the Lincoln circuit court POLICE COURT In the police court yesterday Judge Tribblo fined George Wallace 5 nnd costs for disorderly con duct and George Owens colored for breach of tho peace 5 and costs Mil W A MOIIERLY secretary of the Rand Powder Co has our thanks for an Invitation to the opening of the companys works at Knoxville Aug 22 Mr Moberly is nn old Lincoln county boy who is growing wealthy in his adopted Tennessee home Tilt defense In tho case of James Carter Dick Chandler Elmore Slier and Misses Ethel Dellney nnd Lena Stn ton charged with the murder of Cecil Crutchflcld offered no testimony when the court convened Tuesday morning but speeches were made on motion for dismissing tho accused Judge Bailey declined to discharge them however and ordered Jailer Herrin to take them in charge Later in tho day Misses Delaney and Staton and Chandler and Si ler gave land in 150 each and nro now enjoying their freedom Carter is still in jail ROYSTON Alias Fannio Royston aged about 21 died at the homo of her father Mr William Royston in Gar card and was burled nt Lancaster nt 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon She had been ill of typhoid fever for several weeks tier mother who died a number of years ago was a daughter of Mr and Mrs George II McKinney of this place who have also gone to their final home Miss Royston was a splen did young woman and was fully prepared to meet her Maker Friends here of the father and sisters deeply sym pathize with them in their great loss All Eyes and All Efforts Toward Foil and Winter lOOIiG from this time forward in this store For the post three months WI have been icarching tho markets for the newest and best goods to bo found in this great America of ours They are hegin ning to arrive nnd wo will offer new goods for early Fall wear and school clothes rill this date a fine Water melon raiser left at this cilice tho other day a fine sample which was enjoyed by the whole force CHANG OF TIMETho K C train that formerly left Richmond at 820 A now leaves there at 916 AI and arrives at Rowland at 1225 P M TilE L willrumen an excursion to Louisville Sunday morning Aug 20 at 176 for the roundtrip Train will leave Stanford at A and two coaches will be reserved for white peo pieSWEENEYMr Reason Sweeney aged 73 died in tho Kingsville section Tuesday of stomach trouble He was a splendid old gentleman and had been sick some time He was burled Wednesday FRANKFORT housekeepers who are having trouble keeping cooks will send a delegation to the Swiss Colpny in Laurel county to induce Swiss families to locate In the capital city that their daughters may be given situations as domestics THERE will be a box supper at the the old Baptist church under Masonic Hall Preachersville Saturday night next given by Derrick Warner Lodge 661 F A M Everybody invited J W Cummins J M Cress A J Thompson J S Pettus J B Hutch ins Committee PROMPT PAYMENTS Mr A C Sine showed us Wednesday drafts for 2050 amount of insurance carried by Mr J C Cormney who died less than three weeks ago Mr Sine also tells us that he drew over 200 in sick benefits and had only paid into the Order about 100 since he became a member of ite PUMPING OILSheriff M S Baugh man is pumping the oil into a 10barrel tank that was struck on his farm when tho oil fever was on In Stanford It is a good grade of oil nnd he can easily dispose of It at 5 per barrel to farm ers who can use it to a splendid advan tago with stock he tells us RESIGNEDMr John Bright Sr who has been county statistical corre spondent for 30 years resigned some weeks ago writing Commissioner of Agriculture Vreelandas follows Hav- Ing long since passed tho mile post of the journey of life at which Dr Osler wants ull men chloroformed Iam prompted to hand you my resignation as statistical correspondent for Lincoln county after 30 years of service Mr Vreeland accepted his resignation with much regret and appointed Dr Ed Al corn of Ilustonville in his stead A good selection BRODIIEAO FAiRGood crowds are attending the Brodhead fair splendid order is preserved and everybody Is having a good time The show of stock while good is hardly up to theaverage The balloon ascension each day by Miss LaVerne of Chicago is n decided fea ture and the womens and agricul tural departments are the best in the history of the association Mr W T Tucker of this county took a half doz en blue ties on his splendid Hereford cattle yesterday morning lie got ev erything ho showed for Ills herd is a magnificent one The Crab Orchard band is furnishing good music and tho hotels and boarding houses are taking excellent care of the visitors This is the lost day of the fair and tho indica tions are that it will be the biggest of the three MATRIMONIAL The engagement of Mr Denny Goode an old Pulaski county boy but now of Louisville to Miss Josephine Tarleton marIMrs Martha B Adams extends a general invitation to tho friends of the family to the marriage of her daughter Nelle to Mr Rodman Kecnbn which willoccur at the Presbyterian church Hustonville on next Wednesday morn ing at 10 oclock A pretty home wedding was celebrated here at 6 oclock this evening when Miss Mary Payne Harris former ly of Abingdon Va but for the past several years a teacher in the Bristol schools was married to Mr Horace M Lyman of Selma Ala Tho nuptials were solemnized at the home of the brides mother Rev W H T Squires F ed here as n teacher in tho College some years ago and made many friends while here who wish her unbounded hnppi ness Mr P Faulkner Kennedy and Mrs Anna Austin were married at Rev P J Ross residence by that gentleman Tuesday evening and left Wednesday morning for Mobile Ala the home of the bride Invitations had been Issu for the marriage to take place at edI Ojclockgent telegram from the brides attor ney in the South hurried the matter a day Mr Kennedy is the youngest son of Mr Grove C Kennedy and Is a promising young attorney being the junior member of the law firm of Bob bitt Kennedy of Crab Orchard He is a bright young man and an exceed ingly affable one The bride Is a very handsome woman of Mobile and was here at the Springs when she met Mr Kennedy It was a case of love at first sight for the two have known each oth er less than a month She is said to be Tiry wealthy Fiendish Suffering- is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Wm Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says I have used Buekiens Arnica Salve for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It is the best healing dressing I over found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 25o at G L Pennys drugstore Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard guaranteed FOR SALE I Iurohrrd licrkililrehogmind Houtlulown Aiw high grade yearling lluck HlIrplnterlIultollJII Ky Small Farm Wanted I I dash to rent n mnnll farm of S3 to 35 Here not exivttlltiK Sor milts trout cither Htiinfonlor Puiivlllr Knrin must 1w wit liuprovnl and titlcr It b lug on pike Hptir on Hympoon Mldclklnirtf Ky Farm For Rent My to rill or i4lncro ono unto from Crab lIoIIIIOllwrYfllIceUOlIlnlIlIn wlivilt Inch Held watered lo ei hlon Jim 11AVIIIHTKKKT Drub Urchurtl Ky Small Farm For Sale I wIll Kelt my fnrin of 3S acres more or leson1iIlvrlsCreekly mite from UIIIrl irOOIll dwell IIIK and out hili loll Kverliiktlnt wilier for lurtlier particulars writ to or cull on JAV IONO llll erUUrfk Ky Farm at Private Sale I e Kami containing 04 acres In good utalw of cultivation mile from Huston vlllo on MUUIUlmri pike good dwelling containing nix room Invvryitood repair Hood cittern nil necenry oiitlnillclliiKx CityKyerJlmire FOR SALE I Having ld my farm I have for suite sev cral of AlnTilifnAiltfllii rnttlv tovlt Fort young cows and ciilvcs tiood year ling laelferx1 registered a yenr old hull yearling deer alto work nudes all initrrs and S yenrn old J OWHLKY Hit- Stanford Ky Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale +I desire to sell privately two horse In Crali Orchard Out Is n house of 0 roosts with ancns of rolllltl Two goal niirlngt kplendld oiitlmiUllni The other mm a house or room and Imut ono hereof hux- lNtnblehenhousete lloth rrsldonees urn comparatively new Want Moore Orali Or chard Ky FOR SALE I The Jim Walker Given farm of 1W acres of fertile land with Improve ment nnd plenty of water the year round AlHiut let aiTtH In pram now It lien lJmllcii West of McKInney and joins the land of Ham Owen K I Tanner A It McKln ulxatthesight of a fcclioolhoUKe A tmrgaln forborne mil 1nnsvery 1iuv EO VAItDtfcOltNtcentIIti y PUBLIC SALE I will Hell nt public salo at my Isprn oppo site the JOt Casey place near Mlllodgcylilc on- TIltMHBAYHKIT UlltiS- TUe dcucrllxd property House and lot in l1I1IIlglIIo urns of land more or less also u storeroom In junction City now occupied by the pot oUle ate is acres of sovmpuuiesfait twonrold two sl3milklawaIleeplpisu Urlll Mower Turning Ilowi and other thingi tooLJIIIllfU nunivroui to mention Torms nuuli known on duty of sale L n JONKH Mlllodgovllle Ky Cot J POhnndlerAuctlouoor LiflotM IL i JJZeiglerLadies desiring fafchionable footwear should sco tho new Fall styles in this well knowu make of shoes Tho kind that dont disappoint you t Cottons and SheetingI- f you aro going away to school you will need Sheets Towel Spreads Underwear Hosiery Glove Corfct Jacket Fall Weight Shoo Itemcin her our ttock embraces all these and the prices ere low and qualitipt Mare beet i 1ISee Our Windows Yes gentlemen the graceful curved lines in my Waistcoats mean something mean your exact fit Exclusive patterns in Washables Flannels Silks and Worsteds My representatives are now showing two ofmy newest creations a two button Double Breasted Vest and a four button Single Breasted Vest Just ask Cummins VlcClaryx Stanford Kentucky DANVILLESHOESTORE IThe New Firm i Woodson Sallee Successors to Caldwell Lanier IDANVILLE KENTUCKY Your full trado solicited Complete line of Boots Shoe Gents Furnish logs Trunks and Suit Cues Wo can save you money The J K Tilt SJSO and the Xettleton SS for men are tho best in tho world We also handle the Honest Mike Shoe that never wears out Call mid see us i George P Crow Salesman Of our the best manufac 811 00 stylish S2 GO 2 10 2 00 2 00 MoRobertsWind 1 fir- lliO l20 x to get W W 1JyDRUGGISrI t Sells Kuriees Keady Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better Now Spring patterns of Wall Paper White w Leadand Linseed Oil Also A Tested M Sure Bed Bog Destroyer i rtto v IThe Interior Journal Entered in the Poit0jfict al Stanford at Mcondclati mattrr XTJltUHllBU TUK PAYS AND FUIDVYH AT 100 PER YEAR CASH When not paid 1200 will be charged NOTICEr Kcr ATK Orlinj KHta lluliioi lot nil tlruUof InriKiitiTlnn rnlntlng nml IMpvr i IIIIIIIUH n r 4nt Ufnctloiifluimiiitivd loxJ 8Innrord h UMBRELLAS BecovoreJ and repaired and made almost M good as new for a amount I caD- Iz umbrella bUer than the tramp xepklrero and for less money Give me a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately OMy house and 10 acres of land situated rust out lte of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser room Rood celar stabln and Jlec08saryoutbulldlngs Water hydrant In Jhfl yard and one for J P HAlLEY INSURANCE Hlrt Lightning wlndMtorln1Iif and ccident None nnd IiIts t1Inslnll Lowest P0JDICI slble llntos iuiirnittwd laylng 1ltcC ortrntimlliil Titlk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky lUsklcnc Phone No Si The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Kv Wn SHUOABS Proprietor Xitttrlc Lights In every room RefurnlsheJ anj under entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meets sl trains R A JONES Dentist c 5TANFORDKENTUCKY Office in Myers House Parlor Pnono No 1 J H IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on as on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal ED Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOKD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Homes 7handledon commIssIon Stock Pone In Connection WIH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The Latest In Juwulry Hllwr OutGlasj WiitclifH stud Clock Hi Stock JDa711 Traylor DEALER IK Whisk Brandy Wines Beer Cigars Etc 8Wour STANFORD KY Prompt and polite attention Nothing but the bet drink Mall fhone ct telegraph orders receive prompt attention Training School for Boys at North MlddlctownBourbon County Ky Jlulldlntt vfll mlotitfd Hltuntlon Ixnutl r rul nnd healthful inttiivnivn till Ihstuo milooiis or pliuf cif temptation Mutest iilaei In Kiiitikky for l oy drill rJ niliiiitfH ilnlly Instruction thorough Dlnclpllliu ki tel IUlrtlU11I11hilI unit Not n Holiool of buys hilt a clirltttiiu lionif ror good inly a limit cd iiiiiulxr tiikiii Heitslou luegiuza tIjut KorpsirtUiiliiMnildriKMIITON 1rlllvlpJl nufrrttiicoHt Juilitp MOHiiiifleyClarvnrp Tat and Wllllniii vPritniM Htimforil Ky t Give Me Your Order I Can Please Yout f Why buy roadvtu8le clothing when there is so little difference In thu price ol high grade ready made suits and a suit made to joui measure taken by an ex F irienced tailor I have a handsome Moe of Spring goods I can make from a r low price business suit to the tinest dress stilt Also Spring overcoats and trouii Ire The company I represent is one of The bet I also a line goods I akeuprn 1f for tho wboprefer H OBUPLEYj the Tailor A SPRICEISurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McKoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Jesse W Sweeney rROrlUETOIt Livery Pod and Salo Stable Lancaster1Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates r R5TORATIVt CURES u1ERVOUS DEBILITY ptuyslcamentaliwnonalnuffnelljniitliatruttypnof pertert rauibeal tlUa lbs arse reuIauI jIl Z troarICalm Ncrvit Ntrveua DeDitltr railing vittl Wick sIneta fnttrtVon Sl plinc troublexlue to out orl oldndrulf ti blu and otbrr cause stake tit healthy blood ant rrpalrt acted nerve freehrlce with a guar ante to refUnd If not cured or Mnerted- PErrCR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO L roB SALE AT PENNYS DRUG STORE POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting tubing or any kind of trr pAssing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kato Ador nelchtcbach Hrs Fred VonQruenlgun Albert VooOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred lUumaan Alfred Simpson Oeoro llolncs Miss Mattie II feats K Relclieiibach Charles Cutumlnt Jot Ballon A O Dunn S U HoltDEJ W p Amon Wit naugbcrty 11 J Hoffman MDKImore Peter W arter J NftTln Garter J Eo Bruce w F homiker Thomas Ferrlll Orecn Ferrlll F J Conn John R Oamenlsich Sam TrllrhrldKe A Root Charles Enlin Frank Cordlcr Mr W O WelchI Peter Ralmer JLBeazleyCo Undertakers nud Embalm ore Also Dealers in Fur niture Matting Rug8 They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e1eAaT Undertaker Embalmer antI Dealer iu HarnesaSaddlcry trc STANFORD KENTUCKY Cfllce Phone 107 Homo Ihoue 35 HAY FEVER INSTANTLY RELIEVED By a Simple and Safe Treatment lliousiinfls of people who Buffer with that annoying anti aggravating ailment Hay Fever can got Immediate relief by using frooly that soothing healing remlr lnrncnllllih Title scientific preparation contains no opium co caine morphIne or poisonous drugs but Is n combination oC pleasing IOOth lug luitllng oils nun It used ns direct ed will prove n pnnt Iwon to all Buf ferprfl from Hay Fever Summer Ca tfcrrli niul Throat Troubles Dont hes itate try Fnrncamph today It has relieved nml cured othcrx why not you Dont stiffer this summer Try Iarncnmph nt once It it falls to do what Is claimed for It your money wilt be refunded Sold only In 2 IC COc anti 100 bottles Thu Iaracumnli Co ul3TlUe Ky U Sut FOB BAtE BT WIN CRAI8 piiarmerst Stanford Kf FARMERS DEPARTMENT JERSEY cow for sale Box 1C2 160 stock ewes for sale E P Woods SonSE P Woods Son have some fine Southdown bucks for sale FOR RENT C5 acres of grass land until Jan P L Beck Stanford Bud Dunn of Madison sold 40 1180 pouni cattle to an Ohio man nt Sic A 200acre farm near Crab Orchard for sale Apply to J H Collier or W E Perkins Crab Orchard 4t Uesirftloscll40JoJMLncrcapf my place in the suburbs of IIustorvillc Mrs G B Barnett Hustonville Blue J by Blue Eagle and having n mark of 217 had n leg broken in 1 race at Richmond He was owned by Walk pair er Sid CollinsIMyers sold J n Boone a pair of sor rcl ones for livery purposes B G Fox Co will be nt Danville next Monday court day to buy 100 mule colts CO yearlings und some horse colts See them before you sell To HonsEMFJr I am now prepared to break and train your yearlings and other thoroughbreds reasonable rates- Firstclass training track R H Bru naught Crab Orchard Ky R E Tandy Son bought of Jo and Ed Young 342 sheep wethers lambs and bucks at 363 to 200 per hundred They bought of Charley Herriford 20 lambs at 375 per head From R K Young 12 lambs at 4c per pound From A Hunn 14 head of sheep at 325 Adair News PREACHERSVILLE We are going to have a box supper Saturday night at Masonic Hall W M Coldiron our excellent school teacher gave n water melon treat to his pupils Tuesday Simeon Blankenship killed n black viper near his home This snake is as poisonous as the rattler or copperhead We have dinings almost daily nnd hay rides every few nights to say nothing of water melon feasts Truly this is a land of plenty the garden spot of the Marinda Blankenship visited at Brodhead last week Miss Katie Payne of Goshen is with relatives and friends here Robert Duvall of Keokuk la EugeneI of the Methodist Sunday school take his pupils to Dripping Springs the fourth Sunday Rev Jordan preached a good sermon to n large congregntionSunday evening Corn and wheat crops are said to be better than they have been in years Arch Dyehoise bought a horse of lien ry Miller for 110 Andrew Thompson sold to B D Holtzclaw some good cat tie Sam Carpenter has a splendid colt which he took to the Brodhead fair IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance of Cecil Crutchfield who departed this life Au gust 16th 1905 In childhood we played together But now Im so much alone Since Cecil my dearest brother Has left our once happy home It seems so lonely without him We miss him everywhere We miss him at the table When we see his vacant chair Twas so uad to part with Cecil Oh so sad that he must die But we hope to meet him again Some sweet day bye and bye From his lonely sister l3Essia A little forethought may save you no end of trouble Anyone who makes it u rule to keep Chamberltiltii Colic Choleru und DlarrobeaKumiHly at hand knows this to b a fact For sale by all druggists BY THIS SIGN I pOU MAY KNOW THE SINGER STORE WHERE YOU ARE I1 ASSURED OF BIG LAND SALE An area of 6000000 acres forming part of the public school domaIn w111 be disposed of on September at the first public land sale ever held by the state of Texas Provisions made by the legislature last winter for the sale under direction of the Land Commission er are designed to eliminate speculators and dispose of the land to actual settlers There will be no land rush such as is characteristic of the opening of Federal domain because the lands to 1JJ slseA Lt1e noUn n solid block but are situated in every section of the state The larger portion is close to the western and northwestern frontier The area involved is twice as large as the State of Connecticut and larger than Massachusetts New Hampshire or New Jersey Some of the lands are located in East Texas along the Sabira and Lower Red Rivers or their tributaries and some of them in West Texas on the Rio Grande more than 900 miles further west Some are In the northern part of the Panhandle nnd others down close to the Gulf of Mexico sections so far apart that a difference of more than 100 degrees in temper aturo has been registered at the same hour of the samo day After the 000000 acres have been disposed of there will still be 12000000 more acres in the public school domain all at the present under lease to cattle mento say nothing of the State university lands Nothing on the Market Equal Chamberlains Colic Chol oraand Diarrhoea Remedy This taut Is wellknown to druggists everywhere anti nlue out of ten will give their uustoinorii this preparation whoa tho best In tisked for Mr Obe Winner u prominent druggist of Jop Un Mo in a oltxnilurtohis customers says There U nothing on tho mark In the way of patcntmcdlclno which equals Chamberlains Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints We gall and recommend this preparation For sale by nil druggistsCrayceCladysnever talks about anyone except herself George Well she has one good pointCrayceVhats that George You never hear her speak ill of anyone GOOD for OLD and YOUNG August flower keeps the children healthy tot tronJt Pull of vigor and frolic the whole o60 InhlehAnd bout to the druggist Pleat live it U met Inability to get up brisk and fresh in taIlormuddyn stomach cbill1reu1too regularlyindigestionIYSPePSIS a natural for body and mindit JTwo sizes 2jC and 7Sc AH druggists For Sale at Pennys Drug Store WHEN YOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST 1 MACHINE MADE IN YOUR OWN TOWN IFAIR DEALING OWNJ BACKED BY THE SINGER GUARANTEE SOLD OR RENTED AT Singer Sewing Machine Cos Office Opposite the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Ky H 0 FLOWERS Manager 4 Central KentuckyI Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky So Buiallhria tiara Static trout blab tutu tloutol Iour out uvula back porch sod I tcnoU Ooo l barn and ulher bulMtugi In guuj r atr Put laililMJ well fenced 0 acre laJ taillTilloB MoHnottHrl Uses 4rt In r lloughi at romuiluloicra alt at bargtlo adj rati Iw 01011 bargain Clow to chi acut church Irlw 10 per acre Land aJioltiloit told fur f tad fIX TbUltibawIn No M 380acre toal and littler land Iwa ed la Irr rounlr Kron Oral Vine Crcska- Irthutirvuf hue ol Kentutkj iltrr Four Telrtotcoat tjrjluitln trout 8U mt six test Ulr r ii4tl ll lo the mouth ol bon trttk A ralltoad UtuiTtfcd willIn Ihiw miles of aald priitrty Ibt timber ronibti uUttc Tint pttfttt Will tell or cicbang tSalT tntNo 55A nice twOilorjr clilbt room train dwelling In iJtanlord IWo balls good cellar with roncnte Soot oodianlrD welt In kluhtn negro rabln ou pUc which rrntilor par month Ta dwelling Tents furl U prr mouth Thlt pro eily U In repair and un bought for fJICU No 41 Kami 87S irrrt irltndld MuritraM land la UnrolD county Two ttorn room stunS rnldrnr Suuant bouwi burn room fur over Ill bud ol cork and all other nrceuar oulliullillugi all guoi rhait Close chuirh Khool iwtivfflct railroad la rood nrlghlioraoud atm In tulllratloo ml In 5rsla aud ale Tbla Iu- dI rountrr bout uU ronTtnlencct on lilac Inll1IDpKytut InMttn OfUt Kotty acrra Iu collies lion 40 acre In puturai baUnc In lluber Dwell log roDlalnt seven room Law barn and all nee enarr outbuildings ftniva and bulldlngtla iplrn dldr air Well watered o2lCOacnwut lanJ 1rlrtlIus miles 1mm rallnMd and rlw SitCitty aeresSiland ti uivsf Uitiout It Cntc4it Land ltd la grail Toll land tor ult r rxcbang NoMA Urinofjtwacrw Uuroln rountr Three cood dwelling good birDs sad other out IaiidihtP each house bun tie abuut Ih eenttr of tee acres All on omnty eat Milt from church acbuolnd poitotBre Lays well and wen watered This It t px tobacco and would cull two or thr Jialllrt that mltht want Iu come lrm r nnable roolO1IwothopGQx Oand tbedi lull length cf shop and tetl wide This lrJfrt7will be auld al a very low price Ko PA farmot macro four nulls tNia Stan lord on beit In lbs ovunir well watered IDClUIt r dwelling font pike ill usccrvo- utbuhldIngI A plehlI Wuac rum only ri wlllUlt oIrh front untrral Owner nt tune UrutadlolnlDg this Sac mvnUr nlutrd II net- acre W oil r tlal1 IflW Mo Mriny acres near Pleasant IVInt Kj Franz bttuv 5 rooms and Hun and ether outbulMIati rla IUUoa ml In tint Uer Well waleted ou varvlt trout pmtodlc anuichurtb hywlIoutlIke and in tout uiunllj IrlreJSS- ONolftt oacrefarut nutie of Cub Orchard Ky ItrkkdwelllDicf nouns two tenibl house two bUD welt ind ipilog near dwelling t arm In bleb stat ol culllTatlan 110 arrn tire bottom laid fpod tentIng trail etc lithe fJT Win r- cNiAakiarieat lllhU J toIItnne- 1 wtnw t rej Sic 0Iuh Icatl ol UnJ un J r DynnviRe acres In ItIIIotvut t acres lit Iktr and rest grass Iaat e MM Ifwoo hlII- nr alM n olj twelllflg on plaie new torn awl two uU ones Ii It veil waisted ant IM fencing It good On puktir rotJ Puke IsnNo TI 10000 lent of cutinn In MIIIIUtr There It no te tlon of country whkh often v many orpottunltltt fur frohUNe Invettraent at the Mltihj sire which It now fitly JetcrlbeJat Pros peiltyVaHey The Umber It becoalae mote valu able all the tint fur theiejiwin that lumber people from tile North cliii the iiipply of llaNr It fut Jlralnlihlnt art coatuntly Increatlne their pu- tchsesoftlmtwrtlrtllfl the South hen IIIe llta bit It renoveJI ihe tanS It une uileJ for agricultu ral Burrow It will rroJuce aNI ol cotton to tile acre or wilt ifOw other kin J vI crop raltej the temperate tone The toll nreJtno ftlllott awl rifts a yteli whkhcannot be etcetleJ are low title It perfect waS the nun who tay Delta fjrm and timber UnJt at retent prlcrt Is making an In vettnent that he will never regret This UnJ It ill vUed Into Iraclt ranging from U acres to the tract to acret to the trI anJ prices from l per acre w Sit per acre according to location etc In authurlieJ ty the coniuny who owns thete Unit to lute that as other parties lee con U rlng th- effchnOI theM awl that we ellen this tracts tub silo withdrawal from maiket or chinri nolke However when noliheJ they will holj any trxt out of market long enough for the punhater to make an Investigation About IIAOO acres of thIs bitS hat been tolj by the Corn n since we rKefveJ this option 10 r further par Iculartcallatour So ftVA farm of acre In Csy twenty Ky Onuandonehtll ttory dwellln with tit room vod turn and olhernatbullitlnitt blxty acre In cultltallon 41 acrn In timber fruit Inca etc Layt well on county raid close to churchea Khoolelr rrIeennly Ktfl Alton barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Suit Hirer Steam powir new up loddie la overt partlcaUr ood dwell lug with Impriivetnenta 20 crca of floe land ciol to foutbern railroad 1rlceO 000 Orchlrdlrbra No 70 Fotif acreaof Und iul a bitt cite iloty tlxruutu frame dwrlilDUlu MiKlDOr Kr water l work In kitchen and ftiulli tow u od barn tad all DtreMiry nulbulUllDgt Place well tnee- donIttl444r 1tui4a1tn n tcla aroinparallteiy newand weotiiy ask 55t tar tim whole property No MKanu ol til acris In Caiey rvuBly Two story tame dwllll1lr Iwo ru 46W outbuildIngs In good rujair tobacco Und and In good community bargain at No o7Firmofll3acre In Cate rvunty A new two atory t room frame dwelling acd old Lbulldllfwelt watered two welli iprlng etc a de tlrable hOWl 1rlce ftlClOInMburlDwlllnllIood Itooolanol Ingood elrhl rhoodcioM to achool 1711No good cellar td II a i1c1111Mclue to town Wilt inlt a email lauilly No Two story Iran dwelling 7 rooms hall anti nra04 loUd arulen Itln and house In rettonableNovllle Kyi tern In cultivation W In iluberrait In graM well watered two nnd barns and other eraOuIschool puttolOc ant C StiijoI rrorly lie on 1lte ail county riwl end It lb bust tnIIlortultpurebuer Tnliti certainly cheap property No 24 10111ut ruoum with 20 acre Itnd oulbuildtogsIn wNollculinaddmaCVnlnil Kentucky kiwi lUuie Ui chtngedTltlaCo WajneturgKy byncrIrKin5e7157tithtaIwotryto dUutl 01110rlt7 ol SunfurJ cltII rsItd howeltcNo 17 4 count franiKutttgeind outi acre a land In Klogsrliie Urg biro amok bGUM refahehitNo TeTwaereohlandtwo story tenet 01n goodganiro tIcAtim plate a f tItI crusher la Mill lIlt run j lilt oral 1evSgueelower which It t great etonuuy and the hlil versetattooling e11V leet Iroui hotel up ttalrt tulta nleeiyfuftbswipapetediaft butt vu lain e used u livery stable Mod snefeettnonityloprleor t month l uam UDtof bejltbuf bit wife tll neburrNo 74A me tour moist railage water la goodgardin landlorttdUS acre In Allen county Ky on rail roadand pike acres cultivated about IIS In timber anti gras and about ISInucheIpo tlet and cord wood enough to pay for feacdeach and one tore of twoklorlet with room above haa writ sad pringt of water Is In 2 mile of cuuiitr MtlL and crowt tobacco corn wheat grass He for IJSC9 Ocelialf cmh t1Kpowertluelwttirtoiliite roller mW with burrs fur corn and mtnl bolt The engine Is of yearn rum II acre with the untIl Including what Ii with tint house of 5 room All for MS50 or f 500 for the mill and acret One haf ratb lisa nile trade No mill In 101111INo 5GO ear of Und near even belie IU acreS la culllTalttn rest In grax a ales young rcbcei auth oa of true bet grape bit hors In kentucky Irty told zaco iounlt ol grtjw lilt year watered and IrMlit gocd 1o school and ehurci r l o iorr litroom fratnodwelllnKgirfHl Urn trite etc alt In IJI repair Price I55u- MsGNo acre ol untniproted land la Iron reunty Mo IKuUet front haliult Hittlou on Iron Mountain rout Will sell cachIng ta pro rlln Lincoln manly To iiitilirize their now Inieiiicei in now liuildingH with New Sknd Now Linns liciiigmldcd J G Weatherford Co IIUSTONVII4LE KENTUCKY A ks yoi to Ciill und you wilt lie convinced that they cnn feiithcr your iiffitiiin i ThiswonderfulRangeis at our store and a look is all we ask to convince you we have the best the market af fords CEORGE H FARRIS A CO Stanford Kentucky 1