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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r a i i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY tUESDAY AUGUST 22 1905 NO 49 IBobbitt Throws A Bouquet Or Two CitAti OnciJAttD AUK lGthAn ele gant wedding In high life occurred in SUnford nt tho homo of the Mcthodtat niniiit 1ltoSs The ceremw yWM moat beautifully pronounced that mndo ono the rich Southern widow MrtI Anno Austin of Mobile and the hrl- lVNant young law student I1 P Kenne gifted and youngest son of G Mrs Jennie Kennedy At first of the groups thought that ho was to be congratulated because of thd brides great wealth but upon a moro Intimate acquaintance they found that the bride alone was u priceless jy w cl and peerless gem This union of two souls with but n single thought two hearts that beat ns one was most stub bornly resisted and opposed by differ ent ones male nnd female The en emy contested ever inch of ground burnt every blade of grass nnd tho lat entrenchment of opj osilion was their grove und In gnmo chicken parlance there is now more than one doud cock in tho pit Tho battlo on our side wad most gallantly fought the victory most gloriously won A garlhnd of glory now encircles the noble brow of the gallant groom and a dlndoin of delienU myrtlo garlands tho bridaa lovely brow r Jio ablst lawyer Col Hill that over h nt In the foremost ranks of titu Ken ttECEbur woes half c ntury nccumu lating a ltoo000 fortune but I F Kennedy by four month study of law ornamented with n few verses of choice poetry bus duplicated his princely for tune in ono short hour What tncour ngcment fur the young to read under Yesterday evening when the great dlurnalluminnrytvnanhnoytrcady to pillow trio weary bend upon the hrolll bosom of the West the elegant rubber tircil buggy left the lately Kennedy mansion with the prospective bride and groom They Icft as two but returned f ns one and the regal bancniut wiw en joyed in tho Kennedy halls and is still going on with noisy revelry have given the student a wellearned vaca lion until Monday nnd then he will re sumo the serious trading of law Tho writer was called upon who quoted Lord Ullina Daughter etc Ho nUo said this case had been agitated dis cussed and procrastinated tillnil had put on mother hubbards and he hoped tho bride if not wearing ono now would npj enr nt the breakfast tablo with a mother hubbanl gracefully wrap ping her lovely form ThQ bride wore so many different silks from China and lovely Cashmere shawls from Persia that I shall not at tempt to describe her apparel nnd as for Faulkner till know that ho is n per feet Apollo of manly beauty and halt n hundred maidens were sighing for his love May their future dots bo successful glorious and prosperous Is the sincere desire noel earnest prayer of a true friend FONTAINE Fox HOIIIIITT Pessimists who declare that the world Is growing worse and that there err no honest men are cited ton case rr in Barren County In 1S17 W W Ialmoro loaned Martin SkagRa of Ed 1180 Sknggs wasman on county quite n young man nnd at tho begin ning of the Civil War enlisted Pal more heanl that Sknggs wns killed and gave up his 180 as lost The in cident had passed out of his mind till n day or two ago Skaggs appeared nt the home of Ialmoro nnd said ho was ready to pay that Wale Inlmore didnt know him nor dill he recall the loan Sknggs insisted on l tying it with 10 per cent Interest but Ialmoro declined to accept moro than and that rte of interest was finally agreed on Tho note with interest for 48ycai amounted to 693 nnd It was paid SkoRgs patronymic Is not a very euphonious one but it deserves to bo written in letters of gold and pictures of silver Kentucky State Journal Thoy Appeal to Our Sympathies The billions and dyspeptic urn con Htant mitreroiH and appeal to our Bympnthles Thoro Is not iino ofthom- M I however who may not bo brought luck to health and happliuiss by tho use of ChumberlnlnH Stomach and Liver TubMs Those tablets Invlgor ute tho Stomach and Liver anil strengthen tho digestion Thoy also regulate tho bowels For sale by all J drullllli tH Y Baron Kuncko Japans confidential representative in the United States made his fourth visit to Oyster Bay for n conference with President Roose velt While nothing was given out it tisbelieved that his visit had relation to pence negotiations in progress at Portsmouth The open work stocking And peekaboo waist So says the mosquito Shows excellent taste Smith PO you bolievo 7 JonesNo I married oneLesllosI Weekly tINburg of consumption W Nealor Lawrenccburg Is JeadjitAflLejdll lC 1 In n drunken row nt Htirrodsburg harry Graves perhaps fatally cut Charles Thomas James Bmdlhnwwn9 appointed by Judge Roach of Mercer to fill the uncxpircd term of Assessor John 1Ivine deccsaed- Elza Jones was arrested at Williams bury charged with burning his ownI store und two others Junes wits the only one Insured Dr N Ah Scales u wellknow physi ciao of Laurel county fs dead nt an ad vanccd ago Ho was a gallant Confed erate soldier and it splendidcitizen Tho contract fur the erection of the Odd Pellowi Temple at Harrodsburg has been awarded to Charles Bond for 13600 and ground was broken last weekWlx Dlllion lifted too much meat off hU hands whilo attempting to make his settles balance in the butcher shop and U laying off a few days for thorn to heal up London Loral Tho Knox county communion hnvo ordered an election to bo hold in November to vote on tho question of Is suing bonds to tho amount of tOOOOI for the erection of A new courthouse thoroIA highwayman hold up Attorney E L Stephens Wont Wlllinmsburg nndI Oral ono shot which hit his horse In the neck The horse ran away proba bly Having Stephens life Robbery is tho only known motive There were nearly 13000 paid ad missions to tho Old Positioned Pair despite tho heavy rains This does not include 10000 or 15000 children who wero admitted freo We are told that the association will come out about even Hurrodsburg Herald The Southern Mutual Investment Company of Ielngton has combined with tho North American Investment Company anti tho Colonial Security In vestment Company of St Louis and will remove to ChicngO The new con cern will bo known ns tho American Deposit Company or the American SeI curities Compan and will capitaliz ed at 500000- News of the death of Will W White In Dallas Tex was u great shock to the parents and host of friends of tho young man hero in his old home He had boon suffering from heart trouble for sumo time but his condition was oat deemed serious The end came Priday and us stated shove was n terrible shock to the family Funeral services wero conducted in Dallas Sun dayCentral Reconl Mr White was H son of Mr Prnnk J White who worked in this office some 15 years ago Last Saturdays CourierJournal printed a fine doublecolumn cut of our com osltor Miss Katharine Warren showing very well she looks tho typical BlueGrass belle All that havo seen samples of her ability nnd speed in u printing ofilco can attest to her fullest elficiency ns n typesetter Miss War ren has been with tho Mountaineer sov eral weeks and is popular with those in Somerset who have been fortunate enough to Jet acquainted with her She comes to Somerset from Stnnford and Is of one of tho old lint well known uIont of that countys wealthiest citizens It is a secret not generally known that wo arc to lose her soon to a prominent voung attorney here but such is to be a fact Somerset Moun taineer u HlntsTo Housoworkers Nothing is more Important tw tin hardworking housekeeper than to keep her liter properly working other wise that pain sallow look and tired fooling will make her look as sick us a dug Nothing will keep you up to tho mark without Injurious stimula dons so woll as Dr Caldwolls laxa tive Syrup Icpln It Is a pure liver tonleu euro for Constipation IllllouSiiPSH nnd Indlgostloiv Sold by G L Penny Stanford C W Adams Hustouville at ROo and tt100 Money Luck If It fails IFted Miller John Miller and Fred were shot from ambush near llnrrriman Junction Saturday morning The shooting is to have been tho result of a feud and members of the nlwlin faction with which the men shot have had trouble of longstanding arc suspected of the crime Stop Bablos Tours Ninety per cent of babies troubles ILl e caused b disordered htomacli or bowels Thoy nun all bo quickly cured by u few doses of that great digestive medicine1 Dr Cnhhrolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It digests cured milk sweetens tho breath re daces fever und relieves pain Abso inlet harmless to mother or child Sure relief In teething Sold by G L Ponny Stanford C W Adams Hus tonvlllc at 60o and x100 Money back If It falls t INEWS NOTES of yellow fever has bcccn discovered in Broooklyn Bud Gibbs un Allen county farm mi eommliled sulcldo bt shooting James Peed ofnear Mnysviile was lund dead on the floor of his home with his throat cut Dr Lewis II Saudy professor orI chemistry at Columbia University died from apoplexy lien P Miller n farmer fell down n flight of steps at his home near Vine Grove Ky and broke his neck Columbus Bowcn in jail nt Wibann 0 for subornation of perjury ins muc der case committed suicide in his cell lion Henry St George Tucker of Virginia was elected president of tho Jamestown Exposition Company to suc ceed the late Gen Fitzhugh Lee In n 15mlnuto between tho MullinsFleming factions in Piko coun ty Munroe Soward was shot to death nnd Henry Mullins dangerously wound edOn June loot Kentucky had 120I rural routes in operation On Juno 80 1905 she had M4 routes in operntionn- gain during tho fiscal yore of 224 rural routes Prank Ward steel works foreman nt Pubelo Col forced his 10 year oldI daughter to swallow jxrfeon enough to kill her then killed himself with tbo same drug Copt Lymnn Hail of Atlanta presi dent of the Georgia School of Tech nology died in u sanitarium at Dans vllle N Y after a long illness of nervous prostration tray Duncan aged 10 was stabbed to death by George Bevcrs at Dycus burg this State Rovers who is much older than his victim made his escape Peeling Is very bitter against him While answering hia old mothers pleading to return to his homo at Kan ass City Mo J L Anderson who had lean tramping over the far West was beaten td loath near Bonnoville Oro Bon A dispatch from Hllo says that liana the Hawaiian wife of Knilua nChinesc gave birth to one child last Thursday two Sunday one on Monday two Tues day morning and one Tuesday night All uro dead An excursion train carrying Negroes plunged through an open drawbridge ryar Norfolk Va and it is believed that 60 persons were drowned Two white men promoters of the excursion were among the victims An infernal machine capable of doing great damage was sent by mail to Ju cob Ih SchifT ono of the wealthiest bankers of New York City The in tended victim was at Bar Harbor and the package was turned over to the po lice According to a report just made by Srato Superintendent Fuqua of the deportment of public instruction there are 730340 children of school ago in Kentucky The report shows n de crcaso of 15421 as compared with lost year Tho school fund Is given nt 2 42087980 From injuries recieved by the ex plosion of n toy cvinnon on the Fourth of July 29 years Ergo Fred Bashang of Newport has undergone n serious surgical operation and Is in a critical condition at his homo Cincinnati The wound healed but n year ago com menced to give him trouble R H Ellistbn of Williamstown was chosen president of the Kentucky Funeral Directors Association W G Dunlap of Danville first vice presi dent E A Gcrnnl of Bowling Green second vice president John C Schildt of Louisville secretarytreasurer V N Booker of Franklin sorgeantat armsOn a bench warrant issued by the Breathitt county circuit court J B Standafer has lean attested and taken to Jackson where he is under indictment for conspiring with Ain es Pelt nor und others to kill Judge Hnrgis and Sheriff Cullahan Standnfcr in usigned statement implicates several prominent Breathitt county men A Warning to Mothers Too much onto con not lw used with small children during the hot weather of thoSummor months to guard against bowelVtroublcs As a rule It Is snit necessary to give tho obits u doso of costar oil to correct any disorder of tho bowels Du nut use any substi tute but glvo tho oldfashioned costar oil cud sco that It Is fresh us rancid oil nausimtos and has a tendency to gripe H this does not chock tho hostels glvo Chamberlains Colic Cholera und Dlurrhau Ilemcdy nod then a doso of castor oil and tho die ease may bo checked In its Incipiency and all danger avoided Tho castor oil and this remedy should bo procur ed at once noel kopt ready for instant use us soon as the first Indication of any bowel trouble appears This is the most successful treatment known nnd may bo rolled upon with Impllolt confidence even In cases of cholera In fantum For sale by all druggists HUSTONVILLE Mlsa Talbot of Paris is tho guoit of Miss Angle Carpenter Hemp and toliirco cutting have be gunjn earnest and the cnipg of each wore never better The West End won almost depopulate ed Friday the occasion btiqg tho Lib arty fair All report u pleasant day A raid was made last week on n toll gate near Liberty This is tho begin nlng of the and of toll gates in Casey countyCowan McCornwclc shijped a car of butchor cattle and one of lambs toI Cincinnati and want twomore cars forI which they will pay mother price Our base ball team goes to Somerset to play next Priday nnd Saturday against the rlmpions of the till tllsI trict It ft expected a hard battle will be fought Mrs Roy Rose and son Oklahoma are with her parents Mr and Mrs V B Morse Rufua Llpps foot was badly injured Saturday Ly n wagon load ed with wheat running over It A good crowd attended tho sale of L C Dunn last week Farming imple moots sold very low whllo live stock brought fair prlcek A good three yearold horse brought 205 and a mare trot colt Frank Lush of Baltimore is here for a short visit Misses Fannie nnd Georgia McBroorn of Virginia who are visiting their sister Mrs Shumaker in this county were guests of Miss Julia Stagg Sunday A good 120acrc farm two miles from town with eightroom houso barn with sited for 100 sheep tenant house buggy and smoke house granny etc 112 acres in grass Will sell at a bargain if sold in 30 days Address W R Williams Mrs P W Green and MiSs Alice Campbell of Lexingtoh are guests of friends und relatives here Doc Drye Iqf t with his string of horse for Lon don From there he will go to Somer set and thence to the Monticello fair and balance of the circuit C T Bohon bought of W H McClure four broke mules four from Sam Bell and two from Wesley Hughes for all of which he paid good prices lie bought several in Somerset Monday and will buy anything from a mule colt to the best broke sugar mule Plans have matured for the building of another business house on Main Street on the V B Morse lot adjoining Hunn Bros lot Work on the building will begin in a few days nnd pushed to an early completion in order to be ready for occupancy with a stock of goods for fall and winter trade Mrs Mary Cook andchildren of Knoxville who have been visiting A B McKinney and family havo returned home Miss Nettie Waller of Lou isville Is visiting Marshall Herring and family Mrs Fannie Cabbcll and Miss Dolltc left Friday for a visit to friends andrelatives in Lebanon From the mountains come encourag ind reports of the improved condition of Dr Alcorn He Is expected home in n few dots Misses Leila and Anna Belle Wheeler ore visiting friends nt Bristol Tenn From there Miss Lelia will go to Macon Ga anti Miss Anna to Birm ingham Ala to visit friends There is nothing that improves n count like good roads We have the ma kraal to make them at prices fully to 75 per cent cheaper than machiue made roads in Fayette or Woodford Wo only need n Willipus Wallapus with which to put the roads in good shape for driving making it ovnl arts solid thereby preventing the metal washing off as is the case now Given Up To Die H Spiegel 1214 N Virginia St Kvunsvlllo Ind writes For ovor live years I was troubled with kidney and bladder Directions which caused mo much pain and worry 1 lost flesh and wax nil run down unit u year ugo bad to ubnndun work entirely I hud thrtx of tho beat uhyslciuns who did mono good and I was practically given up to din Foleys Kidney Cure wus recommended and tho first bottle gave mo groat relief and after taking tho second bottle Iwasentlrolycured Pennys Drug Store Hugh Watt a financier and former member of Parliament from Glasgow has been arrested on a charge of at tempting by u bribe of 25000 to hire a privntc detective to lure his former wife with whom ho is having some property disputes to his apartments might mUr ler her roform Sick headache results from u dis ordered condition bt the Stomach and Is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach arid Liver Tablets For sole all druggistsice It is reported that the use of blood hounds has the officers at Lawrenceburg with a valuable clew to the of James York W H Bastin has been appointed postmaster at Newell Pulaski county Great Clearing sale I This sale is tho begluuinp of a scried of sales winch will give the buy tug public of this locality the greute t bargain opportunities they ocr had This is nut the Ordinary Sort of Clearing Sale My purchases lust Spring were very large the accumulation iif Odds and Ends nod broken lots Is naturally larger than ever before My unalterable rule is not to carry nay goods over from our season to another We inaugurate this great Felling event and invite every one within n days rids of my store to come aud join in the greatest of bargain feasts Tell your friends nod neighbors that Mens 815 Suits ore cut to 81008 812f0 Suits to SStlB SIO Suits to 748 S7f 0 Suits to 8548 Sri Suits to 8398 Also Youths cart Boys Suits Odd Punts Dry Gooth Shoes Mats curl Cap Ladies nnd Gents Furnish ings will go Iccordiug1t1I t SAM ROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY We are Deeli hted With the White Lily Mealamw D Collier Polly Palmer Win Martin Jus White Cyrus lesser W P Grimes James Messer lint Woodsou Crit Kulmnks A G Faulkner W H HIGG1NS STANFORD KY 250 NOVELS 250 A Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Reading Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILL NCRAIGDruggist and Optician The Gibraltar of Rockcastlc County Financial Institutions CITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Oilers to the People n SystemAccounts Individual Firms and Corporations Solicitedr Give na your husineas and wo guarantee u plcnsant and profitable relation Pay a percent interest on all deposits of 8100 or more when loft in the honk Ems not checked upon for n i period of six mouths of J W HUTCHESONCashier j Hello McKinney When you need Roofing of any kind think of Aldridge also Mill Supplies Brass Goods Pipe all sizes Guttering Buckeye or Myers Force Pumps put in any depth S H ALDRIDGE Phone lift Depot St Stanford Ky r il ir d ij The Interior Journal EC WALT- ONDEIIiOCRATiCt TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For Kcpretontnttve J M ALVERSON For County Judge H7CTWARREN IFQr County Attorney s W S BURCH For Nberl2 T JEFF HILL SR- i 4For County ClerK GEORGE COOPER For Aeor W A CARSON For Superintendent of Pchoolt GARLAND SINGLETON For Jailer W HERRIN PHILADELPHIA is known the world over for its staid and lazy Quaker ways but there Is one institution there that always has a move on it The Baldwin Locomotive Works keeps 17000 men busy furnishing the locomotives for half the world It is turning out eight locomotives a day r though it requires eight days to complete one from the rails up For the Pennsylvania Railroad there have just been completed and delivered 325 locomotives and 200 more for the same road are being turned out as fast as t possible Out of a second order of 15G k locomotives for Japan 12 have been acfinished and orders are coming in fas ter than they can be filled The locomotives are the best in the world and of the thousands made a year there are no mistakes or rejection k FOR the benefit of the thickheaded editor of the Middlesboro News who got mad because he did not get free board while with the press gang at Crab Orchard Springs we will state that we were not there during the meet ing we have no Frank nor compli mentary ticket to the good things Man aver Willis gives his guests and own no stock in that or any other summer resort We took issue with the editor postmaster because he showed his tem per and lack of good judgment when there was no occasion for it and furth er to let him know that such insults to Lincoln county men and enterprises shall not go unchallenged long as the INTERIOR JOURNAL remains under its t present management TUB Florida supreme court has decided the Jim Crow car law unconstitutional because there is race dis crimination in the statute on the ques tion because it abridges the privileges or immunities of the Negro In compelling him to take and use separate cars provided for him in contravention of the 14th amendment As the Ken tucky statute is similar to the Florida enactment a Chicago paper grows hi larious over the fact and says it willI have to go But we predict it wont go just yet awhile Tim commissioner of internal reve nue John W Yerkes has acceptedan invitation to deliver 25 lectures to the students of the law department of Georgetown University at the ensuing term By the time Mr Yerkes gets through there will be enough republicans in the above institution of learn ing to materially decrease the democratic majority of good old Scott coun tyA MISSOURI State Senator was tried on an indictment charging that he ac cepted 1000 as a bribe The proof showed that it was only 250 and he was acquitted The inference we draw is that it is not unlawful to accept bribes amounting to less than a coolc thousand in the State where it isc necessary to show people THAT distinguished prisoner the Hon Caleb Powers has engaged a stenog rapher to assist him with his large and growing correspondence A very unusual thing for a person who might be dubbed a jail bird to do but then lIon Caleb is a very unusual prisoner THE three candidates for city clerk of New Albany Ind are each one leg ged Taylor and Finley are not in the race to be sure The clip they struck in leaving Kentucky would in dicate that they are quadrupeds LOUISVILLE is growing at a break neck speed at last There were 103I births to 57 deaths there last week At this rate in a few years the Falls City will be as large as Danville people think Little Britain is POLITICAL Mary V Gre has been appointed postmaster at Marydell Laurel county The democrats of Rockcastle elected Jonas McKenzie chairman and Editor E S Albright Secretary of their committeeThe State convention of Pennsylvania endorsed the republican governors forludge of the and declared him its Cah dilatetIj l Coddled conventions and crucified in Congress was the terse summing up by Gov Cummins of town of the treatment given the question of recl procityCommissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes is favorably mentioned in the discussion in Washington of asuccess r to Secretary of the Treasury Shaw when the latter retires next February Chairman Shonts of the Canal Commission proposes to arrange a system of coldstorage transportation wit refrigerating plants on the isthmus order that provisions of a proper char serer Ttiay be kept fresh for the use the employes Hon John Barrett United States minister to Colombia who spent years in the Orient addressed the Iran Mississippi Congress at Portland On He predicted that China would eventually startle the world as has Japan by her progress and said that the yellow peril was more likely to prove a yellow blessingAttorney Harvey Myers acting for Robert Jameson in his injunctio proceedings against what has becom known in Covlngton as the Democral ic Big Five served the defendant with notice that he had changed his base of operations from Covingto to Louisville Jameson was a candi date for county clerk and on the fac of the returns was defeated by 75 votes Jameson charged fraud Here and There Two of a party of five campers were drowned in Allegheny river at Godfrey PaTwo precincts in Graves county went Udry Saturdayone 214 to26 the othe 172 to 4 An 11 year old boy was arrested near Detroit charged with murdering a sevenyearold girl Harvey Mise of Bennett Tenn shot and instantly killed his wife mistaking her for a burglar C L Malvin the Kansas joint dynamiter was sentenced to six months in jail and to pay the costs of the case The Treasury Department is making an investigation of suspected frauds in importing Cuban tobacco by cigar manu facturers Upson Andrews a wealthy business man and mine owner and formerly treasurer of the Pittsburg Coal Com pany died at Cleveland Mrs John Lynch while in a dying condition at Bloomington Ind con fessed that she had poisoned her three yearold daughter 20 years ago Frederick Ireland official reporter of the House of Representatives has been elected president of the National Association of Shorthand Reporters During the laying of a cornerstone in Pittsburg a platform collapsed and 5000 people were precipitated 15 feet into a cellar Many were hurt but none killed James York 86 years old a venerable philanthropist of Anderson county was murdered by unknown persons at his home near Fox Creek five miles from LawrenceburgThe railroad has an nounced sweeping reductions in grain rates from points in the Northwest The reduction amounts to as much as five cents per hundred in some cases In a desperate fight in Powell county near Clay City Saturday night Tom Morton was slashed 17 times with a knife by Campbell Anderson and instantly killed Anderson and Cale Morton were also probably fatally hurt The telegraphers strike on the Northern Pacific railroad was called oft having lasted 20 days The men have accepted the terms offered by the railroad before they went out The strike on the Great Northern ended onI FridayIThe health officers in charge of the fight against yellow fever at New Or leans are optimistic In justification of their confidence that the fever is now inder control they point to the remark ably low death rate and the absence if any material increase in the number if Walsh a son of Thomas F Walsh of Washington was killed and four other prominent members of the Newport Summer colony were injured in an automobile accident near New port The machine which was driven ly young Walsh struck a bridge railing and plunged into acreek Unless Commissioner Garfield makes a respectable showing of results in the investigation into the methods of theI Standard Oil Company in Kansas it is believed in Washington that resolutions will be introduced at the next session of Congress calling on him for a thor ough report of what has been done under his administration of the bureau The Fear of Death Oflen haunts the miserable dyspeptic bilious patient who suffers from heart palpitations chronic cough melancholy etc No need to fear for In Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin you will find a safe pleasant and perfect cure for all this pain distress and worry It clears the brain purifies the blood and cures all forms of indigestion and bowel trouble Try h Sold by G L Pen ny Stanford C W Adams Huston vllle atv50c and 46100 Money back Hit falls 141 LANCASTERI One of the most delightful feature of tho musicale given at Lancaster lust week was the whistling numbers by Berta Jean Penny of Stanford Her gift is a peculiar and delightful one herI notes beIng clear and ringing ye strong and sweet Her violin Illaying was also well received her presence 011 the stago so full of dignity and child tsh grace quite captivated the audience 1and it is the wish of the people to havi come again that all may see ami SpoonsCsuccess evening John Coxw skllltb a train nt Barbourville John N Turner cashier of the Bank of Campbcllsvillc is dead The Controller of the Currency has closed tile Western Bank of Louisville J H Riker one of Mercer county oldest and most prominent farmers is dead B M Beebee at Los Angeles shot and killed his halfsister and committee Suicide Hon John Sam Ovvsleysold his entire lot of black smile to B D Holtz claw at a good price- A brother of James II York who was murdered In Anderson county has been arrested charged with the mur derNine persons were killed and many others injured in a collision between a street car and n freight train at Butte MontNews comes from Toledo 0 that Howard Camnitz of Hustonville is to marry Miss Bessie Johnson a vaude ville actress now playing in the Ohio cityOfficers started from Ogden Utah for Guthrie Ky with Percy Luster the confessed wife murderer Luster will be kept handcuffed to the officers for fear of an attempt at suicide Colic and Diarrhoea A Remedy that is Prompt and Pleasant Tho prompt results produced by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy together with its pleasant taste have won for it u place In many households Mr W rjTaylor a merchant of Winslow Ala writes I Ijave used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy myself and also with men on my place for diarrhoea and colic and it always gives relief promptly and pleasantly For sale by all druggists FOR SALE Iure bred llcrkhlr hogs and Houtldown Hheep Alto high Krnde yearling lluck J HUarpcntertlluMonvlllc K- yCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court John HGoodeet al rialntltT v JUIIICI Uoode el ill IXfcndanU Notletof Male Ilimmnt ton judgment of the IIl1eolllc Circuit Court rendered in oho action at the Juno term the undenlKU Commissioner of wild Court will on HATUKDAY HKPT J About the hour of 11 Xllt the residence on tho farm hereinafter detcrllwd near the town of Huslonvllle Ky Mill at public outer to thu highest and Ixnt bidder the Mild real otatc which IideocrllKd follow I1Iof the said real catate In ultuatcd In Lincoln county Ky uml ioinliU ot three tract of mud which adjoin each other The llratctract thill iKmmledt nglnnitgutulxlnt- n tilt center of the Danville A llu tonvlllt turnpike corner to l harsh lot thence X to a ttonu corner to Iltlgeslaneitt4Mi W S3 jxiles v link tau done corner to nami iliac N ISJi W olr 2 link to a ktone corner to amt thencu rtMt W HiIe in link to a Atone corner to Jenkln snow Hliarpi thenci H FNpxlrtoastnkoIntheerreklhrnurStPl Jraln thence rt 23 Kill IHIUK llukn to a white oak stump thence Kid iolet to II stake corner to Jenkln now Hliarpi lat thence 11y K M IMIol llnUn to the u yEllinlnu coiitainlnitKlacre and 5 iiole of land The Mcond truvt In bouiiditl Slut II lnnliiK nt Hiiiirpnnd Allenx fence thence ncrosx the crrrk- wIettoatoteuttlwlr fence thence wllhtodd fence or their original line H 47 oler tliviieo JS Kant to the IxKllinlni con A inlfiliiK two rood and nix lair The third not U thu iKiundetli 1IlllIlIlnl lit a nyc inioru near the creek and tin1 lutonvllle A llradfordsvllle pike thencu wlththe pike U4 WafpoUK ton utoiie corner to J M lnok1I tour In or near the turpd Illliken vltli wild pike N W a1xlr M to ornerof Mrx Alice Drye thence her lute N illji K II pole to the corner of Mime thence Ilieof wim N t i W lulus II to corner of J M Cook and cemetery lot hence line of Mild lot Nil 25 ai uke to corner of MUIID lot chance N j1 W pole Ihtnkto Mr W UryeV IlIlItIc hencti her Unit N IseF Itl pole to her cor ler thence N HI xlen 12 link to a tone nryus nod KIITeH corner In 1oxlwr- tie thence N 13h K 21 pole to a nniplxll and Coojier corner thencu tFl- iMllxlc5hhnkto where thne Hycnmore ree tood on tho of the rreek thence Iii K IIlIIIHIlllllk toil toile thenc H l K SI iHle It Sink to n white oak thence Iwgluuingcouuduhtdl11crtuad rom till foreuolni boiindiiry air hnlf lien vhlch It V HluirpMild and conveyed to J Allen Thl U one of the ma tilelnble farnm In he Shun UtilI It U well watered liv tIIIlaiiKlnn Fork and hr stock water In exeept on IMAllir a lute uevrr rut iihg rave Kprliiu The land I In a Hplendld 11110I 01 cultivation and produce tin very rol of curl when hemp anil IhllorlarKu iMirllon of tho turn Ix In the IIf1 or 1It11I1111101 the town of Iluatonvllle U of itone iiixl contain oven roomn with cellar he lull nlze ot house The wall are Inch t thick and the whole hou e J In good con lltlon On till farm a barn Wxai twt with It box Ntall two mule tiled with water lit thl dour good albs Impleinent houses and ill the oulhulIII1Ilhllt are fulmd on a will ordered farm Two uood orchard on the HIIII1IIhlilKbth of a mill from tha renlilcncohouw on bu farm Mr Jame r Uoodo Iliutoii Ule will bt glad to ohow the tlrlll to any mo desiring to It Thlsiuile will lie made or air xrexof dlvlIun among the heir of Hlllliu oodtiiliceaBed Tho salo will bo mailo on a crtdltof nlxnnd 2 month onehair of the purchaKO price to Mcome due and 10lIhlllIt the vxplratlonof tell of thb ixirloil of time aforeiild The mrchaner will a required to loud for ho mirchiuM money with ttood security uiyablu to till Coot iIAslonrr and heit ring ntereit lit the rate of DIRT cant per annum rom this date of ado until paid and having hu force and effect of judgment A lien will iilno be retained on the land for thu mild IlOlInlllrWGEO B SAUFLEY M CL C C 1 I A Good Chance to Get I Summer Clothing We have a pretty fair stock of TwoPiece Suits left and we want to make a price that will maker them go to do that we cut them as follows i 5 Suits Reduced to 375 750 Suits Reduced to5t 10 Suits Reduced to 7 1250 Suits Reduce to 8 A few pairs of boys long pants in the oldfash ioned Blue Cottonade reduced from 50 to 35q 1oldtH J MROBERTS STANFORD a i 50 REWARD I will give llr ward forlnformallonlend lux to the recovery of two j ritr ohli dnrk oral gelding 1M hand high llomannow black inline and lull which Will Molt n July nml conviction of the thief or wlllRlyoIIlhj for the return of hiUtonersnstnndhgrewant of Mo lion thief It will Iw onen tllii to look nltir thl oar J KroOK- KunKltUtnnoelhouoll ltxingtony NEW LIVERY STABLE 131X1 tt CLABE80N Inn JUNCTION CITY KY flntClui Turnooto Kessoaabl kit IpecUl Attention to TrftTeltBR WeD Grain sad Hay For Balm FARM AT PRIVATE SALE Farm contain M acre of Innu In good Stott of cultivation attki trout drab Or chiirdonlancnterplkiVMncre In mimi owwiicnMi In cultivation Kardcn orchard etc Tho Improvement conilut of hotiM of six room newly nml In very good repair CMitern nt door Mervunt 100111 numerouutnd in good eon illtlon Mpkndldtnhleandtwocrib will ellnrlvntely toxTjrllOrctlinrdtKy Small Farm For Sale I dcidro to HclI farm of II acre of land ri yard from Vrunk Hliiu Olympian HprliiR It him lln well of mineral water nn tho following nimly l by Mute College will The water contain JWI isniliu nollil matter lwr gn putt cothiing main 01 chloride s and nlphiili of Kodlumral cjum and ma nelum sour calcium carbo nn ti truer of Iron xtnlulu stint lithium nt n bargain Wrlle IttsKGnll HirKH Hiilem Ky McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnnoy Kontucky Manufiicturer of Jenn Mnwy Klannrl lllanket and Yarn Hend imyourwiKil lu wool In xchiinite for work HatUfncllnii runet d Cull or wallfor price tad Information tents wanted Dripping Springs P 0 Crab Orchard Ky This delightful old Hummer retort U now xntnguete The bullillaK are In gual IhIiiwUlewItterlhilt and the table lint Ua aln In clnirKO of furtItxxlUlblKate 17 IMT week K K1HII Kit Crab Orcliurd Ky McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS McKinnoy Ky 4 IlavliiK iHiimlittho McKinney ItollerJ II U Mcllntl that Kervlee of Mr W bud dorar an oxperliiicvd miller I fwl warrant to- nulllugrluthlhgorworkofStnykhuh machinery ti all In pro The duct of It itniuli neconil to nono In Ullo wo lieu custom a Kixclalty I will dokeeponhandcoat tofallkhids which I will Mllnt market price Hay dItenlwinsIiitaek 111111t to buy your wheat ami will put Putt the ii hghtet eln11irkr MjrV sicKnncy ICy THE VERDICT I Horeelidoor window fcrceiu nail ncreun VlckleM till Mow taeu IcettCarpetthttigcilMattlfUeslPurtiernn Ourtliin Hriulio to removo water etc from floor HCUOII Ullrlet lit lIullllllll 1iipur hours Window lulr 1lIll1ts Vurnl i Htnlift lint KnameU flagglce Kramed Host Now and Furniture Oonu nod see you can nniiie doniethlnp wade not keep Good IIP 1h trod buuule and feedry Kxcellent undrrtnklmgequlpntrnt- 1Ieuty of hone nnd feed Tlrlnif done Pruitt Brothers K L r Our stock of School BooksTablets School Bags Pens Ink Slates andrall kinds of School Supplies is ready for you We are headquarters in this iline STOREat4 PENNYS DRUG Stanford ECcntucUy dKENTUCKYS BIG 6 STATE FAIR I AT LEXINGTON September 1823 SIC DAYS IN PREMIUMS 25000 6JIN PREMIUMS r THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky STANFORD MALE FEMALE SfMINARYi a a jr ItrongJFirst term begins MONDAY SriPT 4 1905 Our faculty in equipment firstclues surroundings comfortable college work done on college principles work accepted by tho best institutions in the State ratCH very reasonable Dont send off to school when you have its goodor better advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLI8 President SUnford Ky Jjr i ia i a Uh ht 11f r j New Fall Ginghams Wo Imvo just received and placed on onto liOO11n8 of new Fall tylon in a tho well known Toilo du Nord Ginghams They como in dark rich plaids mud small check nnd figure nil designs not heretofore shown You rte Hover disappointed about the wear of GlnghiunH Tho price is only 12 12c per yard Wool Remnants When looking for something to make n school skirt dont forgot about our wootreJUunnu n 11 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I SVANrOltn Ky Aun 22 19051 WB hnvo n now stock of box papersI that will interest New shapes am qualities Pennys Drug StoreI PERSONALS Mn JIH J TRAYLOU Is at West He den Springs Miss LUCUK COOPEII is with Dan silo friends LUCIEN DUNN is clerking for r u Warner Son Mn J McRouKRTS in nt Tathan Springs recuperating DAN TIUYIOK at West Baden Springs for his health MIss ConDiA nAY of Oarrard Is with Mian EulahTottcn- Mn1 M F EtxiN of Lexington Is 7hera with friends and relatives A U FLOIJKXCB left this morning for Cumberland county Miss FRANCES COOPER is the guts of Mrs Salilo young in Louisville DR AND Mns N H MCKINNEY of Carlisle are nt Mr W M Url hts MINK SAUIB TAYLOR WOODS Is visit Ing Mrs S M Allen at Millcrsburg MRS NKRLGY STONB and Miss Haze Stone nro with relatives in Cincinnati Miss EUZARGTII FKKNEY of Lexing ton III the guest of her uncle Mr J S RiceMegsnsSAat AN JOIINL FOHSYTHK of HarrodsbuaR were here yesterday on business Miss NKUJI HONNKSS of Clinton 1 IlL is with her uncle T W Hutch son at Highland MESSRS IL 1 HunntB and M U Eubanks attended county court at Mt Sterling yesterday MESSUS W II THAYUMI and LaUn Withers spent several days In d Whitley county on business- Ma CIIAS GAsTINEAU of Kansa City U visiting his relatives Mr nnd Mn J H Reynolds at Moreland MRS J LEON Host of Shelby City is at Waycnenvllle NC for her health which has been bul for several months MR WILLIAM McKINNEY of McKin ney fell from his barn yesterday sustaining severe Injuries to hi limbs WILLIAM MASON Monuis wife am sun of Crab Orchard are with Mr W A Reynolds and family at Junctior f CityMIt I S TKVI3 unit family have returned from Rockhridge Alum Springs Va greatly Improved In health wo art glad to say MB JOSEPH G HACKLKY of the Western Electric Company Now York l City U visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J T lIackley Mn HENLKY V UASTIN and bridt IW after a delightful sojourn at Ningrs Falls Canada and tho Lakes havo returned homo Central Record MRS M H COLLINS and children the summer with herwho are spending sister Mrs S M Owens went up U Kenseo Saturday to visit relatives Miss CALUB HOHTON of the East s End gave nn elegant dining on the 20th which was greatly enjoyed by those whc were fortunate enough to bo present MRS G REYsoins und sons Jas and Paul of Middlosboro were bore look lag after her farm on Logan Creek I Miss Annie Spoonamore returned homo with her- MIt ANU MRS J S RICH entertained n few friends at a delightful C o1 in honor of theThursdayt t clock dinner lattcrB sister Miss Mary Garnett of Cave City pleasant call from Mesdames WE HAD n II L Stegar of Crab Orchard and John C Illloy of Henderson The her brothers the latter to visiting I Messrs Lyne at Crab Orchard Mil J A CARPENTER und daughter Adidas Mary Carpenter of Perryv ill j Dr J G Carpenter r1 tare here to ace old Stanford man l Mr Carpenter Is an nnd is doing well at Perryville Mn ANd MILS ALEX WALKER and k Miss Bessie Guilty of Lancaster Miss White of Richmond nnd eft Margaret f of IllinoisHardinIearlJennie and wore guests nt Mr P G Warners MESSRS VR BECK J L Totten Sam Lovitan W P Anderson i Henry Robinson B W Gaines M F Lawrence M H Bcazley S Goldstein G W Goodrich and others took advantage 1 the low rates to Louisville Sunday innnr a of Louisville MIss PATTIE ill with typhoid who has been dangerously fever is on the road to recovery Her many friends rejoice with the two devoted sisters who have watched so Miss Moores- is faithfully by her bedside little girl with rare per eo fortunate a toknwyhery who Ere r t tllflFs sita i fY LOCALS CALL anti see ournewclectric ranges George II Ferris IMPROVED Typewrite r for sale J W Ireland Stanford RKAI In another column the adver tiscmcnt of the Tonlon School for Boys Till person who 1my fens stretchers had better return same o trouble will be in store for them Gco IL Farris YOUR Graded School tax Is due Please call nhd settle at once W 0 Walker treasurer 3t CANNBL coal Glen Mary and Jelllci coal See mo before you buy W S Wighnm Moreland TUB Baptist Missionary Society wil meet with Mrs John F Englcrnan Fri day afternoon nt 4 oclock DAN CALOWELL a wellknown Ne gro died suddenly Sunday night Ills illness begun with hiccoughs YOUR city taxes are now due M ollicc Is with Garland Singleton Ca- In anti settle R G Jones city mar shah TUB Currey storeroom in Danvilli was sold yesterday to dissolve a partnership J A Qulscnbury bought It for 8000 DR A M CARPENTER of Barnes 8 Medical College St Louis will nddrcs s the Casey county Medical society a Liberty next Thursday NICK HKOKEN William French WM struck by a train In the tunnel six miles north of Livingston and his neck was broken A widow and 10 children survive SKULL CRUSHED Robert Graham colored n near May wood had his skullcrush Friday by It handcar running over him and ho I now in a critical condition flU box suppergiven for tho benefit of the Masons at lrer hersvllle Sat urday night was largely attended and there wassomo spirited bidding for the 36 boxes sold The snug sum of gG 5 was cleared The occasion was nvery enjoyable one- FJIIICIIT trains 35 and 30 collided at Grthscmnno Sunday night Engineer Reynolds was killed and several other trainmen were more or lens injured The fault seems to have been entirely with the train crews One engine was badly damaged and several cant slightly wrecked HACK Foil TRIAL Deputy ShcrilT Johnson of Lctchcr county started to Whitesburg yesterday with William Shoppnrd who has been in jail here for safekeeping a year or more Shcp pard was given n life sentence formur der nnd was granted n new trial by the court of appeals DROPPED DRAO Mrs Chelf tho ned wife of Mr Peroy Chelf ono of the best men In Casey county dropped dead at tho Liberty fair Thursday afternoon of heart trouble Her sudden death cast n gloom over tho fair crowd and many of the visitors dill not return Friday Judge William Myers of thus tonville who knew Mrs Chelf well lays she was one of the best women ho ever knew Much sympathy is felt for Mr Chelf in tho loss of his help- meet of nearly n half century Liberty fair was u success tlnan IImand otherwise Good crcAds utI daily while that of Thursday wall n recordbreaker The rings were most all well filled and the troU nit running races were interesting In some cases exciting As usual Lin colV county horsemen carried oT ngood hero of premiums Thoso most sue icssful wore Messrs D S C C EI P and John Steelo Carpenter W S Drye Dbdd Uohon R S Scudder S M Owens and G M Givens Mr Scud er won tho sweepstake saddle ring the best of the fair with his iplcndid twoyearold Bowman Owens or this county defeated his father and icvernl others in the fancy turnout ring ties Julia Stngg drove with him N II Bishop nnd Miss Jennie Wilcher both of Lincoln got the red tie in the love ring The high diver was a free falrIHe 1 All Eyes and All Efforts Toward Fall nod Winter 10050 from this time forward in this store For the paH three mouths wo havo been fonrching the markets for the newest and heat goods to bo found in this great America of ours Toy are beginning to arrive and wo will offer now goods for early Fall wear and school clothes front this date TRY our 1904 Washing Machine for best results George H Farris WANTED Two No1 house carpon tees at once J A Allen Stanford Ky OLD QUILT Mrs JIronton hU8 a bed quilt which was made over 00 years ago and which is still ingoofl con dition It has been in constant use lnce it was completed nearly a century ago rA MT VEUNON man advertises n railroad ticket for sale That is almost as bad as the Arkansas brute who advcrtsed his wife the btggist to bacco chewer and spiller in thi country I HAVB you a 1904 sliver dollar If so you can get n premium for it or tho INTERIOR JOURNAL for a year Dut beingI1905 silver dollars havo beeh coined FRIDAYS CourierJournal contained a picture of Maj E W Lillard and his start taken at Paducah Mr Rowan Saufley of this office who Is adjutant is In the picture but the cut Is so badly bareiSorts scoundrels ought to bo doing time In the penitentiary have cut up a number of sets of harness during the meeting which is in progress at Rubble A detective has been engage ed to look into the matter and our Fridays paper may announce a few ar rests t TUB Frankfort Journal gives a true diagnosis na follows You cant In suit some fellows more than by asking them for the money they owe you Bui the fellow who gets mad when asked for on honest debt is a thief at hear nnd would be ono in reality if not for the fear of being caugh- tPJNDLEroNMr Arch P Pcndle ton familiarly known to his legion of friends as Uncle H died at 2 0 clock Sunday morning after a protract ed illness of a complication of troubles aged 72 The burial occurred at 10 o clock yesterday morning at Goshen church At the request of Mr Pendle ton funeral services were conducted by Mr J C McClary Few if any kind erhearted man ever lived in this sec tlon than the deceased and many then aro who are grieved that his familia face will be seen no more lie was a member of tho Christian church but his poor health prevented his regular attendance in latter years Mr Pen dleton was twice married his first wife being a Miss Hiatt who died a numbs of years ago One child Mr George F Pendleton was tho fruit of this un Ion Some five years ago ho married the widow of Mr James Pepples who survives him and she nnd the son have much sympathy in their loss He was n Confederate soldier anti n gallant one Peace to his ashes MATRIMONIAL Paris Dugger aged 45 and Miss Mary Vaughan sweet 16 were married at London last week Thomas Cloyd of Bohon nnd Miss Myrtle Yeast of Cornishville anti John Sauce and Miss Maggie Anderson of the westend of trio county were mar ried by Rev Dr W F Vaughan at tho Methodist parsonage at Harrodsburg An announcement of much interest to the people here is the engagement of Miss Flora Lillard VanArsdall of this place and Mr James Burnsido An derson of Lancaster tho wedding to take place in tho early fall Harroda burg Herald Handsome announcements have been received by friends hero of tho mar riage in Covington of Miss Edna Letch er Baughman of Hustonville to Mr JosephIof the bride performed the ceremony at his home on Sanford Avenue and the wedding although a very quiet one was both elegant anti pretty The bride is a daughter of Mr J K Baughman and is a charming young woman She Is a queenly beauty and is as popularas she is handsome Mr Penny is a well known business man of St Joe and is very distantly related to his bride They have been sweethearts for a number of years but each having kept the secret well few knew of their intentions Af ter a stay of several weeks in the East they will be at home to their friends at 610 Bon Ton Street St Joseph Mo where the gOOd wishes of their hosts of friends will always be with them ICHURCH MATTERS Rev John Klingman of Sellersburg at Christs church last nightIsession A Catholic Bishop and two mission aries brother and sister were murdered by natives In German Eat AfricaIat Providence church in county There have been 20odd addi tionsSLarge crowds are attending the meeting at the Christian church Thi singing led by Prof Leonard Daugher ty Is the best heard in Stanford for long time Plans have been prepared for the new Methodist Church North at Barbour ville and most of the money for the construction has been subscribed Work will commence at once There were between 800 and 1000 people present at the Childrens Day exercises held at the school house near Orlando Ninety children were In the march and of the good things eat there was enough carried back home to feed as many more as had eaten to their full satisfaction Mt Vernon Signal How to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cure chronic constipation by stlmulatln tho liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orin Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild nn pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Small Farm Wanted I I tletlm to rent n small fnrin of A to 35 ncrtn not oxcfwIliiK or 3 mlltn from eltlu Htiinlonl or Diinvlllf Fn rot must Iw wvl Improved and r It being on pIke Hpur peon Hympson MliklMiurK Ky Farm For Rent My farm of ncre onn mile from Urn Orchard kllOWllnl Whll MOIIIIOlIllrYJllllce 14acrescan go In corn wliout Kiich tlplil watered tonkeuilo JonI IJAVIU HTKKKT Urnb Orchard Ky Small Farm For Sale J will sill privately my farm of 35 ncre more or less on UIb its rrrk 5i mile fron llllHTUOreek Htiitlon mood 5rooiu dwell lug unit outbulldlni Kvcrlastlnn water Fur further particular write to or cull on J W lONOUIII erUUlxek Ky u Farm at Private Sale I Kiirm containing M acres land In coot utato of cultivation nines from Huston rule on MlddlclnirK pike good dwelling rllNllrClooJIIIICUOlIlHI1KsuiH M K Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale I deitlro to sell privately two houses III trilb Orchard One In n house of 0 roosts with of romind rWO good rings splendid outbuilding The other lias IIOUM of a rooms ami nlxiut omit acreof lapd Htitblx hen house etc liotli rellenceH art comixtrallvcly new Wimt Moore Crab Or chard Ky FOR SALE I The Jim Walker Olvein farm of IS liens of fertile land with good Improve inentKaiul plenty of water year round Alxmt UU tlclihuteynudlolustholnntis- of mile Went of Ham Owens K L Tanner A II McKln 11OnIhKlulit of a MhooIlioute tmrgalnforiionui Tirni easyKI Agcntllustoltvllu In tilt District Court of the United Htateu for the Kiistcrn District or Kontucky In the mutter of John A Chappell Htanford Ky IW5 u meeting of tin creditor of till uliaie named who luis Ittvn adjudged luinUriipt will ln held at till otllce of the Iteferee In Htanford Ky on tho t tit tiny of 1111111forS7oftht Itankrupt Act concern nl proof IN1IIlIoWIIUefercv In Itankruptcy PUBLIC SALEI will sillat publlo wild at my born opi o oIl the Joe UolTey place scent Jlllledtfevllle THUnHDAYHKPT 111105- Phe following KHcrllxHl proiKrty Housn nnll lot In Mllledguvlllu with acre of and store or ltiN also u ttororooin In unellun City now occupied by the potrtlce telephone oxchnnge te 16 acre of two- enrhhlgsnodonenlttecolt8brool mares ntllkvows Bsheep IAIlwnuktulimiter Dlso Drill Mower UOItlvntor Oliver Ohllll TurnIng flow and oilier too lumerou to mention Term made lily of sale kllonIW 1It L14 JONKH Ool J P Otiaudler Auctioneer JZeigler Shoes t Ladies desiring fashionable footwear should seo the now Fall styles itI Tthfe wellknown make of shoes The kind that dont ditnppoint you Cottons and Sheeting If you are going away to school you will need Sheets Towel Spreads Underwear Hosiery Gloves Corset Jacket Fall Weight Shoes Remem ber our stock embraces all these nnd the prices are low and qualities are best u uu I The Famous Shoe forw Women tsltetlttl FALL STYLES ARE IN SEEiTHEM We have never before seen as fine models of Shoemaking Many styles many leathers Queen Quali ty Shoes 3 and 350 We shall be glad to show the many styles CUfiniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky i r To popularize their new bngiuega in new buildings with New stocks and New Lines being added I G Weatherford Co r HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to gill anti you will bo convinced that they can I feather your ncstum DANVILLESHOE STORE The New Firm Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well LanlorSDANVILLE KENTUCKY Your fall trade solicited Complete line of Boots Slices Gents Furnish ings Trunks and Suit Cases Wo can save you money 1hor E Tilt SJ150 null time Nettleton 85 for men are the best in the world Wo alsothandle tho Honest Mike Shoe that hover wears out Call und see IIP I Georgo P Crow Salesman Wind Up Sale Of our splendid line of Oxfords and Slippers All from the best manufac turers in tho country All new stock nnd stylish sa 00 Oxfords Retraced to 2 Gp 2 50 Oxfords Reduced tol00 2 00 Oxfords Reduced to t 1 oG 1 00 Oxfords Reduced to 120 These nro rare Bargains Call at once in order to get choice of slockIPerkinsalt S i t = J4 Crab Orchard K i z IL r I The Interior Journal t Enteretl in tIlt PortOjfice at Stanford pf ucondclati mofhr- ptrlL1NlttD 1UUMUAYH AND FUtDVYI A- TIOOPER YEAR CASH t When not no paid 1200 will be charged NOT1C El Sw A K OrlniP and P Hnliu for nil klmlsof CiirHiUirlriR Iulntliitf nod lhilwi JlnliKliift Roof lilt u Wixelnlty lust Infliction flUarniitocU Box Kj UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost at good at new for a amount I can BX your umbrella bettor than the tram a repairers and for less money Give me a trial FRANK ATKIH Stanford For Sale Privately QMyhouso and 10 acres of land situated just of town limits on the SomersetI pike IIuue haw 7 roums kitchen rant a room guod cellar stable aud aU neceeeary outbuildings Water hydrant In r the yard wad one for stock J P itM- LEYINSURANCE Klre Lightning ltInd Htortn Itfe and Arclilent Oll tlto HTUONOKHT and 1ol 1teprrstttttIL 1ayIngQalbln hates Ouiirnntivtl onltnionnll l Talk with t MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilrsldincv IliOlu No 82 The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wn SHUQASS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished and unJer entire New Management Dotlhe avoriu porter meets all trains ReA JONES Dentist8- TANFOnDKENTUCKW Office in Myers House Parlor Pnouc No 1 J Hr BOONE t COerr Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery at Keinonable Hater Depot Street Also Dealers In Call on ni on Coal Ee D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men- Your patronage is solicited Horses on communion tock Pens In Connection WeH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The Itt In Jewelry Hllwr Out tlnsv Slntchrs and Clock in Htock IDar2l Traylor iUEAUR IK Wlilskn Brandu Wlnps Beer i Gloars Etc I HouI STANFORD KY Prompt an polite attention Nothing but the belt drink Mill phone cr telegraph order rtcelvt- wompt attention Training School for Boys at North MiddletownBourbpn County Ky 1lulldhige wll ndu Ptah lilt Ixiiutl ful mill hinltliful liilhiincvii the is tIIIIt itiitntluii Haffit plnWitnKunlun ky for toy Mllltiiry drill aj IIIll1ul linlruitloii thorough DUclpllne kind IIrur Not Mtihool IlI1ftntlillhutt Ile lays lint a ilirl tiiiu JIOIIH fur goal IKIJH Onlvn limit r ml iitiiiilMT tiikin tvMKloti iHgliiK Hipt 6 lttL5 Forpmrttcularaoddre MIITON KIMOTT lrlnclUlJ- UfiiviiP s Judmm91t1Mnndeyplnronce- Tate uml William HtVoriums Hliijjloril Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there ii so little difference in the price ol high grade ready mado suits aid a eull made to youi measure taken by an ox yorlencod tailor I have a bandtome Ilne of goods I can make from e low pVlce bUilnt88sut to the finest drew suit Also Spring overcoats and trous ere The company I represent Is one of the best I also bave a line goods I sake m lffnrthnaa who orAfr It OBUPLEY the Tailor tHt fl t 7 LV A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McKoberts1 Drug Store in the Owaley Building Jesse W Sweeney rRoralETonI Llverj Feed and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky Uorses wellfoil and cared for Up IP date rigs at reasonable rates CURESipbytcamIo beltyNanadeeslopmentsfl make it lontl ng Nrv1Ito over work amoktnr dour tublta and otter rarer nemIPCFFER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CIUCAaO US A lOB SALE AT PESNVS DRUG STORE POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting tubing or any kind St tres paatlng on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Urea Fred VonQrucnlganiAlbert VonOrueolRin Fred VonAIlman Fred Bnumnnn Alfred Simpson o Holmes Miss tattle 11 peweeF nelcheubncli Charles Cummins Jos Ballnu v A 0 Dunn 9 M Holmes W E Amon W It Daugberty J Hoffman M D FJmore Peter W barter J Nerln Carter J E mute w F ShoraiVer Thomas Kerrtll Greco Ferrtll F J Cone John n Oaroenlsch Sum Tronbrtdee A D Hoot Charles Knsslln Frank Cordler Mrs W O Welch Peter Halmer JLBeazldyCo UndertaKers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture Mattiug3Rugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e ICeear y Undertaker Embalmer and Denier in Hnrnes38ndillery rnN STANFORD KENTUCKY UIHce Phono 1C7 Ilotnc PlionoSS THE SUCCESSFUL BALL PLAYER Keeps Himself in Good Condition By Iho constant use of flint footiilnir cooling lioullni remedy Iaruuimpli First 4Md to tho Injured Ml ntliletos constantly Bubjoft lliemsolvo to llruix te airnin Cuts etc wlileli vmhta fropcrly treated often times interfere to n great extent with their work Aa a quick sure relief for mieh troubles there Is nolliln that compare with rarncmnnli It not only relieves pain CUICkIYlbllt Iieals wounds promptly leaving tisly wars Pnrn cnmiili Is endorsed by hundreds of ball players boxers blejcllsts Dull athletes countryMAmlrIcal doll only In 2Sc roc and 100 bot tics at all good drug stores The Furu Camps Co Louisville Ky IT So A loa sera BZ i W N CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford KT FARMERS DEPARTMENT JERSEY =ow for sale Box 162 150 stock ewes for sale E P Woos Son Forty stock hogs for sale S Cou- lter White Stanford E P Woods Son have some fine Southdown bucks for sale FOR HENT 65 acres of grass lam until Jan 1 P L Beck Stanford H G Lutes sold to Lexington parties 550 bushels of blue grass seed at 75c A 200acre farm near Crolx Qrchan for sale Apply to J H Collier or W Perkins Crab Orchard 4k- U IE G Fox Co of Danville bought 10 mule colts tit Lnwrenceburg and 26 Int Danville yesterday at 25 to 60- M H Molen bought the farm known as the Conts Stigall farm on Cumber land river in Pulaski containing acres for 7000 To HORSEMENI am now prepare to break and train your yearlings am other thoroughbreds at reasonable rates Firstclass training track H II Bro naugh Crab Orchard KyaWe will be at George Cunninghams near Ellisburg Casey county on Wednesday Aug 23 and Moreland Thurs day 21 to buy 100 mulo colts and ro yearlings B G Fox Co Danville Ky DANVILLE COURT There were only a few cattle on the Danville market yesterday and there was little demand for them A few 850pound cattle sold at ale Mule colts wore in demand at 30 to 70 and aged mules at 100 to 140 Foil Dead A man fell dead in Chicago UiuoUiot lay from heart trouble nndlthoutianth the every day In tho sumo way Ilul the canto ot nine out of10 of such eupoe of heart trouble is indigestion Tin cure is Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin Tho explanation Is that the svollonlnllame and engorg ed stomach presses right up against the heart and pro vents it from working1 your heart flutters palpitates pains and you are short of breath some lose It forever Just try for thoso symp toms ufo doses of Dr Caldwell syrup Pepsin and see how quickly It vlll cure you Sold by G L Penny Stanford C V Adams linstonville at 50e and SI 00 Money baok If It ails Tlie Universal Belief They say that cleanliness is next To godliness forsooth Were it reversed the maxim would Be so much nearer truth For who is there of all of us The temperance or the wet The Protestant or Catholic The orthodox or not Who wouldnt chose to dwell with one Not yet escaped tho wrath In preference to a godly one Who never took a bath- William J Lampton President Roosevelt is exerting every risible effort to prevent a rupture of the peace conference at Portsmouth tad to induce the envoys to compromise heir differences Ho has elicited the ordial support of Great Britain France and Germany and tremendous pressures being brought to bear on the Goverr icnts at St Petersburg and Tokio not to allow the coference to fail of the object Baron do Rosen at the Presidents equest visited Oyster Bay Saturday anll the President presented to him u reposition which it is hoped may moots over the ditfcrences that have risen between the conferees On the result of its consideration it is believed tho fate of the peace conference depends Kansas City wasunanimously selected by the TransMississippi Congress as the convention city for 190C BY THIS SIGN j YOU MAY KNOW THE SINGER STORE- IIVHEREYOU ARE OF Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A J Nu baum Bateavlllo Indiana writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer toll si distressing that it Interfered with my business I had many of the symp toms of hay fever and a doctors did not reach my case and I took several mcdluines which seemed to only aggravate my eMu Fortunately I insisted upon having Foleyfl Honey anti Tar null It qulcklj mired mo My wife has Since mcli FoIlS Honor anti Tar with the same success1 Pennys Drugstore Spain boasts probably the longest law suIt in the worlds history It be gnn in 1517 nnd is still sub judice The case which toners n pension is between the Marquis do Vistas and the Count Torres do Caprcra and the ac cumulated sum in dispute would have reached fabulous millions had not four centuries of attorneys barristers and court officials taken considerate mcas ures of to prevent thc sum becoming m p p Another Good man Gone Wrong He neglected to take Foleys Kldm Cure at the first signs of kidney troll bio hoping It would wear away anti howassuou n vlutllll of Hrlghts disease Thero is danger In delay but LIFoleys Kidney Curo is taken at once the symptoms will dUappeaV the kidneys are anti you urn soon sound and troll 4n links of Mor gantotm Ind hind to gut up 10 or 12 times in the night and hUll n orebaoknolvo timid pains in the klilwjs and was cured by Ioleys Kidney Curt Pennys Drugstore The State Revenue anti Tnxtttio Commission concluded its fourdays session at Owtmsboro Much impr ont information was Rived to the Commis sion Commissioners Sale I Itiuoln circuit Court Hi rr mini Moorv IlnlntllTvit SL V More mlinrx ft nl iKffiuluntii Notlciof Wnli Pursuant to n JuiluiiHjit of tin Iliiidlii rlrcult court riiulrrvtl In the nlxnv itvliHl union rat asjetIll Augut Inns l4thpun 1rIII1 fdininlMloniT of mid mart will on- MOXlKVYHKIT IIIUO IlutwifRl a lid pI li front or tit vaut hoiiu door In Manlonl Ky all lit HIIO outcry to Ilk h h mill Iwst lilddr tin rollowlllg described real f tnte nltUHtnl In tilt town of MoKInnny Ky ton Whin In coinuiDiily known tin Vrnindn lintel theloundnrcorner Orator N rah nhout Ida f t t In K M Wares property Ihfiuv R W 9W rtt- o the tack Ktroft V nlxnit till fitt toltubhlrlrornertlnnrnNlnyy W n brghutniKThrob U 10JlIltt hiss ilil t adjudged the plniutltl liHrvlii which K for tho iininiint 0l t liittrvnt tlitnon at fliMTctnl front AUHint IHUhiuid tln cost of tills notion Thfiuili will rind on n fn llt of ptt inoiitlu Dud lilt purulinMT will la ri ililr tl toKlv for tin purrlmw prier with good security luiyulik to tin tominl loiiir uiul UtirlliK liiUrinlnt the nitfof d wrev art IMTIIIIIIUIII from Into of wile UIIIIIIlhl OKO H SAUKLKY SI C L C C Commissioners SaleIliHolulIrrult Court 611 1liilntllTi vnH II King ft ill DeIelflalla Notice of Hull Iuriuiint to n Itidniiiciit of the Iliuoln clrcult court ntnilfptl In tin nlKivi xtylinl uctlon tit the Keluuiiry tiriii IUA tlnuiulir Mintc totiitnlMloiuT of pout eiitrrt- wllllon MOMIAY SKIT II IIiG lift wwn the lathe or nod S r In front of thi coiirthoitM door III Hlnnlord Ky ell at public oiitrry to th hlehot nml Utt bidder thr rend itnti which U hlllnftr- rllIili Tho odd niil mtutc con lte of harm and brick rinlilinri thcnoiiJiHiitril In n tertlli imrtloit of Lincoln county on the wntirnof lIunuliiK Kork nlxiut tour tullca front Htanronl nnd uUitit nix inllen from Dillivlll Ky The Mile of thin In lid Will ill en il for tin purlac of division u tin iiwnern Tin land N Ixmndcd cm the North hy tin Htuiifonl Jt Iiiiiivlllt turnplku road nn tin Kimt liy tlu llinitfliiK Fork of l lx Itlvir on the Mouth liy till Janus of White unit HhiMinukxr anil on till 51rt liy tilt InudeIf H lIiiwUlii contiiliiliiillliirri two flKlolllltl U jiolpn of Iii nd for inorv parllculiiriliKcrlptliiiiof wlileli riftnnci h iniidc todxl 21 iliiil Untk irsnnddllulwgenillnIIan attics al In n rt The iile will niiil on crvdlts of 0 It and K f III pureI nee prlco to Iw our mil lnpilitr nt tin r rod of oiuli of thi lwrlalla- of ton III0rIII mid th purplmiwr will ii r iulr il 101411111111 fur tin lntpretr- at tlih upprovfil citrty and IHIICIIIK th rn or d ic r v ul In r iiliiuini front tint of alt pea niili to tin Coniinlsiiloner- OKO Ile HAfFLEY M C L CCC c WHEN YOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST MACHINE MADE IN YOUR OWN TOWN ASSURED prescription appropriation btrenglhequd FAIR DEALING BY YOUR OWN TOWNS PEOPlE BACKED BY THE SINGER GUARANTEE SOLD OR RENTED AT Singer Sewing Machine Cos Office Opposite the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Ky II 0 FLOWERS Manager r Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company- Stanford KyNil Small firm lcni Imtln from ford lloiu ul WutglwJ ruum bark larch litjrranl lkekl hart olher bIIIII1JLIII rryaidilnill1i tl U rultlTiiloo One acre Irult trm TNt In grau- IWuahtatcnmmltoersuleat bargain and tat be lOt at bargain Clore to and church Irk Ja rr acre ltnj aJJotnlDg aoldfur101cud fIV TblilialiriUlQ No 4i JltMacrraolcaaliruttluilwrlaiM toes- ed In ferry roiintr Ky on Otape Yin CIt a trlbutanrof the North totsrat Kentucky her Four Trims ortv1 rllIlIln thickness train I left to atz ft lllrtr Dxlgatile tu lb luoutb oJ aboT frett A rillioail Ii turff jcil within thru tulle of MM property Hi thuWr runiUii ol otketc Tilts perfect Will Mil or txtbacgt on ray terms No 69A nIce twoitory right room frame Jorlllof InStanforJ Ilaamo halt uosl cellar with concrete hoer good ginltn wlIn kitchen cabin on which renlifur II per mool- hTbedeelllflgrentaforCISprtuonth This properly la J repair and can fur tlW No l3 Farm IS acre iil njl4 bluf raID In Lincoln county Two story rooia Hunt retblrnc Itenant hoiiMi birnrovui forofer had ol all JOtlnlljrallroacountry a tales etc wurs1with H ester railing prlnjietr 1rlce eawnalile- No 31 00 icna of land oDe rail trout Sotuenet KyeutlnerenAdJt Forty fetes tn culiUa lion 10 arrca paiture balanc In ttiuUr Dwell leg contalna aeun room ansIbundingtlueAeaeuary outbulldmn KenrM lId rIIJlr tVellwalerell trtesS2J00 No iilnlre oentf Ku- III tunes from nllroal sad lades brew Artanu- rleer leoloflrtt ilrer SGNou lit ant ciau tact ted In grass This land Ii for Sr excban e ltHIDtffbrlsnll4ingIewb beau barn eta atuul renal tt JW acre All on ejunly roil 4 mile from church school and ITI wall and well watered Thl U a Jroot tobacco farm and would suit two or Ibrve fimlllea that intgbt want to come Iron Ibeesluensigblurhood 1rlra rra unable No 09Two torT frame dwrtlleg of III rooua two ball Tttanda lcwlladoor an l all inner nctwarjr outbulMlnr Ala Leg UaiVimlth bor 0 Iutl lnUI of ibup am fatwlde ThhprOisItrwill be sold at a very low pries Ko 9A farm ol acre four tullca front She fordanbett lki In the counlr welt watereJ rmiJ hrtIllD fronta Ill tit ornoutbulidlb t A aplcDdid blue rax farm auj t Dilnutea drlTf freiu couoly frat Owner fir sue farm adjoining this bat rereatl refuted f U ocr acr 5e thb atHI50 No Mnrty acre nest llcaunt Point Kj Prime boua 6 room ins rrb Kato and other outbuilding Strtvaln cultltallontrot In tile lire Well watered aou yarda from iIIO9Iboo1 and thereh lays well onplt and munlty IrlrctAM No ISorIO acre farm i mile of Crab Orchard Ky llrtck dwelling S niomi two Unasl houses two bra rlDg near dwelling eartn In high tale ul culiUailon IW sell I riter lotion 101id101 fcnclnr fruit are Irk tSIM an acr- eNottAekeareat Illihaihl Kt a3tcveJ well walereJ etc lrka5p- ali1UiSIef Ui4 no Jamfkwa rod sots of Dannvffie ion acres In caiavalhuSuet ti acres la tlmter and rot paw A tart w trare dirall leg also an olJ dxillne place new Kim aoJ twooUnnei Ili aid aimed and till fencing good On ruMk rust IrKe bx 00 Nb fj toouo acres at tenon fiat la Ml Uilrr Then no e tlon of country whkh oases v man- yoipatunluaforprotatlalnvtitmentaslba MKilt Pmt penry Valley The timber U becoinlnc aote valu able all the time fur the reason ttiatlumterreorl from trio North where th aurry of Hater Isfail re conitjntly Increasing their pu- tchuuofllmIeranidInlhSouth hen Ihe tha let tremoreJ th UnJ U oo ua1 lot arrkultu ral rurpotei It will rroJuc a tal of cotton to the acre or will grow any other kln4 of crop ratted In th template tone Th soil need no fertlllter ant Civet a yield whkh cannot lie eaceildfixctrlowi- h title U rerlree Ins he man who buys Delta fire ant timber UnJi at rrtttnt rikct It nlllllorn In vettment that ht will never repel This IanJIsdi vlJei Into tracts ranting from 40 antS to the tract 1100accea to the trar anj rrket hem 1 ret acre In Ji6 per acre according to location eU We are authorlied ty the igmrany who owns Diet lanji to tau that at other partlet are cuntklerlng of these landt that a e olin thete tracts sub rurch prbrulswtthUwar tram maiket or Chang wlthont folk However when notified they will holt any tract out of market long enough for the purchater to makt an Inveilltallon About iioooacrnol thl UnJ hit teen told by the torn since It e received this option for further par Iculart rail at out mice Nu MA and ol tOJ acres In CHl suety K- yItandon hill dwelling with til ruout 1euiLeywell on county md eke to cburcb ichnnlete Irltfl nol y 100 Also R 10 barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Salt River Steam power new up lodateln orrrr partlcolnr and dwell log with lniirovrmcntii 50 acres nt lino land clo o to Bout her ir rail ro 0 Irlcctl 000Ne19 9015 arret of land near Crab Orchard Play lloryIxwuikilu klicben sod amity nvm 1000 barn aaj ml nimur nnirui3iuK 1 Pate riT fineand Is HiuMaJucetoat idl0 sod la wholeunprviKrty bewand weon j uk 11M for No M Farm ol afro In CJ county Two story free dwellllK two good and other tobaccolandNo 57 Fatiuof 113acrr In Cwy county A olddwIlinglnftlrcodltuon P bulldloc On ruunly rotdrplendlJlolaccolaud welt watered two welli iprlug tc TbbbadialrabU bow lrice1160 we1aeburiDwellingand bulldlDft In good repair Iroductlr ito OIoDIod In good elrbborhood clot to school and on and road Irlc7i0No U5nen room ilwrlllnr CoJ cellar sad II Fenclnasmioulbulldlogaclose to town Will roll a small family No 4Two story tram dwelling room hail and veranda tool garden tenting and bout la WNo J thatrrrulinrolllrIIIT onIkerrOlJuraultpurcbaier Tbla It twrtalnly cheap properly No TL Dwelling or room with N arm land 6abunJlegsIII IrkklXiONoilcnlan aide Central Kentucky kcal Vitae Kx ehinf d TtileO WotlburtKylllatrID byneverNo taelieu and eveeres or land In MKln i ney Ky Nmwr7 vwlhtdLttngw Kenvlitg good rsyarmsNo n2I area V told land tit rook two dory IeIIlDlwelt waned gaud Moving It li the el Statfuiu clues to railed homeFriesNast5 roots frahi rolt gand on acre land In Klnsttlllr Ky Iauge barn Nh bones npslrIwoNo t0Tnacrrcoflandn two Ior front IQ- ttar nen room halls etc 1101 new a good emcee and ttrhllol of Ji era teasing guo1 two IIblI gy Soups uootp boou eta Acoot well nn psntheesLalua gad mlll bw place a g eruolur in mllilt Is rue by nit ural tower which It a great ecvbuniy and the dim It In goal rr tlr Wilt tell Ibe property at a low rfigure or lratlt No Pram hotel large riluia double w fslat hallway We A large 3 story tlorerooui Irontlni ttrtt Ie ltet Iruiu hotel up tlalrt suitMc fod lng IIlIe cottagn nlrel fuinUbed pspfrel and paiD ltd I room and errands each lift iNrnn same Ut used at lliery stable cd pHive antul feel front lor see fret Allot bliiroprrtyultrfnndon Ky moneyPopnelrmonth trmarcuhtofIllbeepsofhiswit only nbDUforNo 71t nit tour room colas watt IB kitchen A goo4 lain coal bouwetcsedagoot Arden file ftiuo illonlrd31 acre In Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about 59 acres cultivated shout ItS In timber and gram and about 130 In grass Timber on place Is gut to II inches but will make barrel timber tilog iaforthepiccetwiceThere urn four rooms each and one store of twoMorlee with rooms above lies welts and springs of water la In 3 mile of countr seat and grow tobacco corn wbeat grass etc for IJIOO Onehair CIecountyKIlOwertIelaHerAlodato taller mill with burrs forcdru sad meal bolt The engine It of 1 Jar ruoi II withthotoo tar the mill and II acre One hni feat b Rime doe truJi No mill In to n flee- N01e60scrnof land near Junction Cllyiul teten Beldt 15 acre In gratt a alN young orchard anSoseoftbelust gala bar J11fI4 tulle from htlula canon on Iron 3lounuyn ruUIa Will all of aching tn rI roifruln Unrolnrminty i Gall nnd see tiio points of superiority in our Electric Mango over nuy 1 thing ever shown in the city You can not afford to be without one of these if you want good baking with littlo labor Bo sure to see it before you buy t XGGEORGE H FARRIS a COIo Stanford Kentucky j