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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a r = d rTFiR4 in ask a f J l c i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL II 0 VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 25 1905 ff NO 50i HUBBLE Wm Doolin hasfre turhcir from Pulae ki with a bunch of stock owes School has been suspended hero for n few days on account of scarlet fever John Hlank the boss water melon raiser has a fine patch on L G Huh te bles farm Some of the melons weigh 67 pounds Tho protracted meeting nt the Chris tian church conducted by A II Moore and tho pastor F M Tinder dosed Monday night with 28 additions Mrs Sarah Eubanks has returned from Illinois accompanied by Miss Es telle Wilmot John Kourne and wife of Hollflowcr are visltlnR the mat tors parents Mr and Mrs J W An derson Mss Mamio Underwood is with relatives in Lexington Miss Kcttn Slovcm has returned to Ixniisvillo after n visit to Mn M B Banks Jantes Hoblnson of Missouri Is the guest of his grand parents Mr and Mrs Jamie Robinson James McKechnlo has returned from a visit in Wayne Frank Miller of Lebanon Intl is with his parents ftjr a few days Mrs J H Robinson has returned to her home In 3 Chattanooga PREACHERSVILLE f Miss Ada Nuylor is visiting Mrs J H Anderson Rev Mack Hutching preached at the Baptist church Sunday as fro Owens was ill- Itoth the Methodist and Baptist Sunday schools will have a picnic at Drip ping Springs on Sept 10th Tom Howard of the Iusuy Nidge section is visiting Sam Carpenter Fount nnd Wesley Ulankenship drove over to Brodhcad Sunday Mrs Nancy Morgan of Brodhead is with her fath er Mr Henry BlankeiuMp who Is on the tick list- 1otsen AnaOK once advertised said a contractor for a donkey engine I got the very thing I wanted at low price and when I opened tho boiler I found It filled to the brim with smuggled Havana cigars und Jamaica rum I sold the odd cargo for 125 Which proves that unless you go courting you dont get a wife un less you go gunning you dont get a bear and unless you sow ncwspajicr seed you dont raise a crop of custo mere Work un the foundations for the news tate house progressing ns rapidly as could Iw expected The contractors are finding n rock foundation easier than they expected It will bo only u short while before the work will be ready for the concrete and the granite nnd it is hoped that very substantial progress will bo made before the cold weather beginsFrankfort Journal Some praise the man behind the desk The man behind the gun Thojnun behind the this and that Wo laud them every one Now none of these appeal to me hut for a steady job I want to bo the man behind Tho corn upon the cobKaiwa City Times They Appeal to Our Sympathies The billions and dyspeptic lire run slant sufferers und appeal to our Hymputhim Theiv is not ono otthein however who may not Iw brought back to health and hnpplnosw by the use of Chamborlainri Stomach and Liver Tablets Thou tablet invigor ate the Stomach and Liver and strengthen tho digestion Tlmy also regulate the bowels Far sale by all druggist t A Brown county girl recently sent cents to n Chicago advertiser for a recipe to whiten nnd keep the hands soft She received the following rev ply Soak them three times a day in dish water while on mother rests i Kansas City Journal The Louisville Times givoa this de scription of Mrs Booker Washington ls thebiggest Negress of today She Is a decided brunette whoso charm of manner tarries with it subtle suggestion of hot waffles e4 rFirst LawyerIs your ollkc boy- S lazySecond Lawyer Lazy Why lies killed so much time that ho is ashamed to look u cluck in the fuce seSSick heuduuho results from a dis ordered condition of tho Stomach and lit quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomach und Llvor Tablets For solo all druggists r For tho wagon ho waited With patience and zeal An was hit an run down By an automobile Atlanta Constitution Why doesnt Jerrold get married Well he doesnt earn enough to support a wife and he isnt shiftless enough to be supported by oneLlte i CRAB ORCHARD School opened Monday with about ci pupils Mr Gooch Is teacher und we hope will prove a good one Little A Y Culton was accidentally struck In the head with n rock Tuesday and three doctors intended him He is not seriously hurt Mrs D C Payne fell last week spraining her left urm badly Yt She win hardly over tho breaking of her right arm lust year Elizabeth Payne is out again after a siege with malaria Mrs Bottle Adams has been quite sick but is better There are several cases of typhoid fever In our vicinity Mrs Gormley received a telegram stating that her brother Ambrose Bufurd of Covlngton was dying Our people nre saddened at the news of Mr George Evans condition nnd seven orphan girls whom ho has remembered each Christmas with SI are deeply grieved Mrs Em Farris has gono to visit friends in RichmondTwo arrived in our town swat days ago and deserve mention One to the wife of Louis Pillion tho other to Mrs Forrest Foleylwth fine speed mens und pretty as can be Children are great pots with mo and I can ways find lots of good things to say about them At n Sunday school nt Cellar Creek the teacher of the little tots was speaking of the sandals worn by people of ancient days and asked the class where they su poscd those Kople got them All were silent but in the bright face of llttlcShelby New land a quick thought flashed anti up went his chubhy hands Ill tell you they bought them from Sears k Hoe buck Shelby is n fine little sixyear old the son of David Newlund and we think deserves u prize from the above firmMM Josie wife of Mr Chris Hutch Inson died nt 8 oclock Saturday of n complication ofdiseases Deceased was ratoeon Waynusvllle N C und was married to Mr Hutchinson ut Pineville In IbiK Nearly nil her married lifeshe was n great sufferer and the last six months of her life was unable to leave her bed She was u devoted wife und loyal to her friends whom she delight oil to wait upon when able As u neigh bor none was better Generous kind helpful lu the troubles of others she did what she could to make others happy For a long time before her death she expressed a willingness to die und often told her family what joy und relief denth would be To the husband who no tenderly and patiently bore with her and assisted hor in every way wo would say Grieve not for her but rev joke that all pains are done and that Josie is now with the faithful of God enjoying the blessings prepared for them there So spend the remaining years of your life that nt its close you will again be united and death will bo one grand awakening A largo pro cession followed the remains to our beautiful city of tho dead thus silently testifying their appreciation of her many good qualities The floral offerings were beautiful A Story Is the saving from death of tho baby girl of Goo A Kyler Cumberland Mel He writes At the ago of 11 months our little girl was In declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two jihyslchius gave her up Wo wore almost In despair whon we re solvtM to try Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs und Colds The first bottle gave rollef after taking four bottles sho was egad and Is now In qerfeut health Never fulls to rulluvo and cocoa qough or cold AtOL Pennys Drug Storo Stanford Lyrm Hros of Crab ouch act boo and IOO 1 Ill lit Trial bottle hoe A Texas girl advertised for a husband and got him The total for ad vertising wedding outfit etc was 11 Within year ho died leaving her an insurance policy for 10000 With some of tills money she bought fash doable store clothes went to Saratoga Springs N Y married a billionaire und shortly afterward got n divorce from him and 15000 n year alimony IIP long as she lives And yet there are people who effect to believe that it does not pay to advertise Fiendish Suffering Is often caused by sores ulcers und cancers that cut away your skin Win Dedull of Flat Hock Mich says I have used UucklonH Arnica Salve for Ulcers Sores nail Cancers It Is the best healing dressing 1uvur found Soothes und heals cuts burns and scalds uc at G LVennys drug store Stanford Lyno Tiros Crab Orchard guaranteed Two Munich scientists haveby moans of the Roentgen ray succeeded in photographing the human heart between beats Louisville felt an earthquake shock Monday night which lasted nearly a half minute i NEWS NOTES Tile strike of tho Chicago Woodwork ers has been settled The National Hotel at Mt Sterling changed hands at 15000 Diamonds have advanced 30 per cent in value since Jan 1001 Mrs Mary Mapes Dodge editor of St Nicholas Magazine is dead The Detroit Tribune after an exist ence of 70 years is to be merged with tho Detroit News Mrs S E Mize of New York city was shot and killed in a fashionable district of Chicago by a highwayman- In the case of the Commonwealth against Hiram Noe charged with Mi ling John L Jones in Harlan the jury returned n verdict of manslaughter Mrs Henry M Kidder mother of Katherine Kidder the actress died tit Carlsbad Germany from injuries sus tained in tho Iroquois Theater fire at Chicago At the funeral of Mrs John Lynch who on Saturday confessed to the mur der of her little daughter 20 years ago six brothers of the dead woman acted aspallbearersGavin who was a School Trustee for W years and whose work brought about much of the develop ment of tho Louisville public school system is dead Joni the anarchist who was nrrrcst od while plotting an attempt on the life of Emperor praticis Joseph during tho Emperors forthcoming visit to Boston hanged himself in prison William Stickle and Edwanl Perk were killed at Wilmington 0 They were painting ti standpipe when the board of the scaffold slipped precipi tating them to the ground Gov Ileckham has ordered two com antes of troops and a battery to Hus Sfllvlllc to protect W R Fletcher und Guy Lyon who are to be tried on the charge of njwaultjng Mary Gladder in May lust The widow and heirs of the late Philo S Bennett have withdrawn an appeal from the allowance of W J Bryans accounts as executor and it Is believed that all litigation over the es tate is at an end A J AuxIer former circuit judge of the 24th district died at Pikcsville of fever He was prominent in Repub lican politics und served as United States Marshal for Kentucky under President Arthur Philip Kreigh known throughout the West as Indianas 700 voimd man is dead at his home in SUIesvllle Ind Kreigh traveled with a circus for years anti was advertised as the largest man in the world It is claimed ut Manila that a well authenticated case where leprosy was cured occured there After the patients death from another cause bacteriologists examined the remains but could not find a trace of leprosy An Infernal machine disguised as u box of cigars was sent through the mails to Police Captain Miles OReilly of New York The box contained gun cotton with matches so arranged that opening the lid would set the charge off This makes the third infernal ma chine sent through the mails at New York In the last four days William H York aged 70 ono of the bestknown citizens of Anderson county was arrested on the charge of murder lag his brother James It York The accused man stoutly denies his guilt 9fLawrenceburg authorities have removed York to thf Louisville jail for safekeeping W D Archibald cashier of the defunct West Liberty Bank Morgan co lets been arrested on the charge of embezzlement connected with the failure of the bank It will be remem bored that when tho hank closed n short time since companies in which Archl hall was said to be interested had overdrawn about 20000 which closed the Smith and his son James Smith both of Elmville Franklin coun ty were shot to death while repairing u lino fence separating their property from that of a neighbor Carl Newton with whom the Smiths had some trou- bloconcerning tho fence where they met their death has been arrested and Is noW in the Franklin jail He stoutly protests his innocence Public Is Aroused The public Is aroused to a knowledge of tho curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Hitters Joe sick stomach liver und kidneys Mary 11 Walters of 541 St Clair Ave ColumbUH 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I hud rover anti ague my nerves were wrccKed 1 could not sleep unit my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after beginning to tako Electric Bitters I obtained relief and In a short time I was entirely cured Guaranteed at G L Pennys drugstore Stanford Lyno Bros of Crab Orchard price SOc MR T J HILL SR The democratic nominee for sheriff of Lincoln county is onoof the best citi sane in this or any other section of the He Is a moral gentleman n sturdy farmer and a clean man nnd if oleted which we are absolutely certain he will bo will attend to the duties of high sheriff in n manner acceptable to all His running qualities were shown in the primary of Dec sod when bode feated as good a bunch of candidates for sheriff as ever started in n race It is more than likely that Mr Russell Dillion of the Maywood section will oppose him in the final race and what he will do for that clever young gentle man will be abundant Mr Hill is a married man and although compara tivety young has 10 living children He had tho misfortune to lose one about a year ago Mr Hill has chosen Messrs Josh Wilson of the East End and Will Hester a young farmer of this part of the county as his deputies nnd they are really u big three when it comes to get ting votes Messrs Wilson and Hester are both dyed In the tvool democrats and A men Mr Hill has never held office but huts been a valiant worker and contributor to the democratic party and is entitled to and deserving of the good office he is sure to fill after Jan 1st next IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mayor Henry C Cole of Barbourville Is dead Elijah Miles of Knox county has just celebrated lOOdth birthday Hamlet Foster n young Jessamine county farmer dropped dead while working in his tobacco field Dr J W Krichbaum one of Dan villes foremost physicians will leave the latterpart of September for Mont claire N J where he will reside As n result of a quarrel over about 35 cents worth of staves Lige Scott was fatally shot by a man named Miller nt Baileys Switch Knox coun ty Elishu Jones of Williumsburg who was arrested last Saturday on the charge of firing a block of Jbuildings committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor In the Circuit Court at Lancaster Frank Lackey was fined 1000 for violating the prohibition law Grit Evans for the same offense was fined 600 Both are colored A BblT line train left the track on Yellow creek nnd ran through anti de molished four houses at Middlcsboro Engineer Hoover was killed and un un known woman and child were fatally hurt Details of an alleged plot to burn the immense tiphouses of the North Point Jclico Coal Company and the North Jellico Company in tho upper part of Knox county were brought to light after investigations by thecoal concern As n result of tho investigations one Lucas was arrested und tried at Corbin and held over under u bond of 1001 to answer appearance at the next term of court Peculiar Disappearan- ceJ Kunyan of Butler ilk 0 laid the peculiar disappearance of his painful symptoms of 11I1Ig ton sad biliousness to Dr Kings New Life Pills Ho says 1Thoy tire a perfect remedy for dlsxlness sour stomach headache constipation oto Guar anteed at G L 1onnys drug store Stanford Lyno 15ros of Oub Onh ard price 25e William Waldorf Astor loyal subject of King Edward of England is preparing to put up the largest and most magnificent apartment house in New York It will be a city in itself and will occupy the entire block from Broadway tot West End avenue and from 78 to 79 streets Tho estimated cost Is 2600000 A little forethought unity save you no end of trouble Anyone who makes It a rule to keep Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrohea Remedy at hand knows this to be a fact For sale by all druggists Great Clearing Sole Plus sale ill the beginning of a series of sales which will give the buy ing public of this locality the greatest bargain opportunities they ever had This is not the Ordinary Sort of Clearing Sale My purchases lust Spring were very large the accumulation of Olds and Ends and broken lots is naturally larger than ever before My unalterable rule is not to carry any goods over from one SCUMMI 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 fir bargain feats Tell your friends and neighbors that Mens SIS Suits mire cut to SIOJJ8 31250 Suits to 58fl8 810 Suits to 8748 8750 Suits to 8548 M Suits to 398 Also Youths and Boys Suits Old Pants Dry Good Show limits and Cups Ladies and Gents Furnishings will go accordingly tlututntataorus SAMROBINSONNext i STANFORD KY Turuersville Ky Aug 21 1005 Mr W II Higgins Stanford Ivy Djvit SntI have been using with success the 11hitoiLily Washing Machine I got from you fur about six weeks I can heartily and conscientiously recommend itas a labor raving speedy nUll perfect washer Indeed I cousider it u household jewel With a White Lily Washiug Machine wash tiny is de void of its horrors and discomforturcs consider the machine an indispensable adjunct to every housekeeper Mini W II MAirriv H HIGGINS Stanford Ky L1W 250 NOVELS 250 t t A Choice Selection of Light Literature for i Summer Reading Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILL N CRAIGDruggist and Optician The Gibralter of Rockcastle County Financial Institutions t CITIZENS BANK- OF BRODHEAD KY Ollure to the PCIIIII SystemAccounts Individual Firms and Corporations Solicitedt Give us your business hued we guarantee u pleasant fwd profitable relation PayS per cent interest on all of 81011 or store when left in the bank and nut dllckrclIIpllU for u period of six mouth j J W HtiTCHESON Cashier Hello MoKinney When you need Roofing of any kind think of Aldridge also Mill Supplies Brass Goods Pipe allIP size Guttering Buckeye or Myers Force Pumps put in any depth S H ALDRIDCEP- toaa 111 QtpotSt Stanford Ky t The Interior Journal I E C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For KepreientallTe Jf M ALVER80N Couoty Judge 1RC WARREN For County Attorney J r W SBURCH J For Sheriff t ri T JEFF HILL SR Vy For County Clerk JrYtGEORGE B COOPER Assessor W A CARSON ForSuptrlotendcnt of Egboole tzGARLAND SINGLETON I r i For Jailer r WI HERRIN JUST at present the Negro is a thorn its the flesh of the white republicans of Fayette county The Lexington Lead er which heretofore has been the Ne gros friend to such an extent that it has devoted a part of its edition to Negro news is giving the sons of Ham some wholesome advice about wanting y office and is attempting to convince them that they should be satisfied with voting and keeping the white members of the party in office The advice is not taken as the Leader man would have it however and now a Negro named Gar I ner has announced for magistrate and here is the writeup the Leader gives him The Leader publishes Garners announcement as a matter of business and of news but it is bound to express the opinion that if he is sincerely a republican and acting in good faith he is making a great mistake and forcing an issue that if successful in the preliminary stages is bound to be fatal to his party and disastrous to his race in the end Some of these long hot days the Negro will learn who his real friends are and when he does he will no longer remain in a party where the right of suffrage is the only privilege allowed him THE Georgia Legislature added eight counties to the 137 and was still add ingwhen adjournment was called The great State of New York gets along with 61 counties and Ohio with 44 al though thee one has 9268012 popula tion and the other 4157545 while Georgia has but 2216331 The mak ing of new counties is not generally for the public good but to benefit some men who want to hold the offices and localities that want to be county l seats It is an industry that the Legis latures of the State have followed too assiduously for the good of the State which is generally taxed to support them EFFORTS are being made iii New York and other States to abolish the death penalty The advocates claim that it does not deter men from homi tidal acts though they are bound to admit that it cuts short the homicidal j tendency in those upon whom it is in mctedIf MR SOMERSET JOURNAL CAMPBELL has fallen so deeply in love with Gum shoe Hunter that he prints a double column picture of him and refers to him as our most distinguished citizen POLITICAL Judge Alton B Parker late DemoI cratic candidate for President at Maysville September 14 to argue the case of S B Hartman against John D Park Co The Norwegian Storthing by a vote of 104 to 11 adopted the proposals of the Government for the formal opening of negotiations with Sweden for the dissolution of the union Thos E Watson of Georgia former Populist Presidential candidate IsI I negotiating for the purchase of ston Hall a large estate in Fairfax county Va near Washington with the intention of moving there Dr W G Hunter will hereafter make his home in Somerset It is not necessary for Congressman Edwards to make a note of this as he will be re minded of it before the Congressional races bloom again Glasgow Times Chairman J Morgan Chinn of the State election commission has called that body to meet Aug 30 for the pur pose of selecting county commissioners for the several counties The meeting will be held in the appellate courtroom Frankfort Love oneandanother Judge not a bdok by its lover A rolling stone gathers remorse Man butts in a little here below The weigh of the assessor is hard Hell hath no fury like a womans cornDope springs eternal in the human breastIts a poor roulette wheel that wont work both waysJudge The 20th annual meeting of the American Bar Association is being held at Narragansett Pier Jl5 1 a t d a sY 1 MATRIMONIAL Frank Meredith and Miss Nellie Wai ter were married atDC Sinplofl Wednesday James II Jeffries of Pineville and Miss Mary Patterson a society girl of Mt Sterling were married at the lat placeAt Green Hid McAllister aged 1tful Miss Luella Cooper 11 were one Parents of the con tractingTJiarties gave their consent to the union ADAMS KBENONAt 1030 Wednesday morning Miss NoPe Adams the charming daughter of Mrs Martha Bright Adams of Huatonvillo and Mr Hodman Keenon formerly of Harrods burgbut now of Frankfort were joinCilj- in wedlocks holy bonds by Rev J G Hunter of Harrodsbnrg The Presbyterian church at Hustonville was hand somely decorated for the occasion and many friends were present to the happy pair made one The bride wore a beautiful creation of champagne and carried yellow roses and her natural beauty showed to its best advantage The bridesmaid Miss Frances Adams sister of the bride wore white and carried pink roses Mr Cammillis Chatham of Harrodsburg was Mr Keenons best man The ushers were Messrs Gaither Van Arsdale J H Moore and George Robards of Har rodsburg and A J Adams of Huston villa The ceremony over the bridal party took lunch at the brides mothers after which Mr and Mrs Kecnon left for Chattanooga fast train No1 stopping for them lit Moreland After a few days there they will go to Wash- Ington City and thence to the lakes for a lengthy sojourn The brideis one of Hustonvilles prettiest young ladies and is a social favorite in that section TheI groom is a wellknown young businessman and holds a fine position in the office of the clerk of the court of appeals at FrankforterHere and There One lineman was killed and another badly shocked while at Work at Cincin natiThe Russian torpedo boat destroyer Silni sunk at Port Arthur has been re floated by the Japanese Great damage was done by a wind andj rain storm which swept over the Bluegrass section of the State Three persons were killed and two engines were demolished in a wreck on the Union Pacific railroad near Rossvillc Kan Martin Barth aged 72 is dangerously ill at Gallatin Tenn He is a native of Pittsburg Pa and is the first man for whom Andrew Carnegie worked The United States Government buildI ing at the Louisiana Purchase sition costing 500000 has been sold to a wrecking company for 10500 Worsted was the first spun at Worsted in Norfolk England in the year 1304 Stockings made of this material were at first worn only by the common peopleDr WiHan Rininger a member of the faculty of MarlonSims Medical College at St Louis was killed by an explosion of benzine in the laboratory of his home The military guard of Lyon and Fletcher alleged criminal assailants who were in jail at Bowling Green arrived at Russellville with the accused and their trial is in progress Upon the request of Commonwealths Attorney Franklin County Judge Pols grove stopped the funeral of George and James Smith who were murdered near Elmville for the purpose of hold- Ing an autopsy on the bodies Oysters even after they have been brought away from the sea know by instinct the exact hour when the tide is rising and approaching their beds and so of their own accord open their shells to receive their food from the sea as if still ut home The little daughter of Mrs John Lea lately a widow by the supposed suicide of her husband a sawmill man whoI resided near Cleveland Tenn has con fessed to her grandmother at Murray Ga where she had been sent on a visit that her mother and James Hix also sawmill man who boarded at the aI of the Leas killed her father A buffalo bull recently slaughtered in Iowa brought its owner nearly 1t- The head sold for 600 the hide for 300 and the meat for 50 cents a pound In the year 1877 a drove of buffalo estimated at 4000000 head crossed the North Platts river in Nebraska and were worth apiece for the poachers who exterminated them for their hides These Swiss colonies the people are organizing in various sections of the State may solve the scarcity of labor question but what are we going to do with the hundreds of laborers who wont labor asks the Springfield Sun Yes Senator remarked the re porter I suppose you sometimes find it necessary to dodge issues Issues 1 snorted Senator DeGraft Why young man it keeps me busy dodging prison barsDetroit Tribune The Cynthiana Democrat makes this apt observation The Kentucky Fu neral Directors Association has decreed that advertisements of cutrate coffins are not permissible Cutting rates can not make coffins popular anyhow if h rijJ iL I JjW gl z The biggest farm in the world said to be the noted Ranch No 1011- In Southern Kansas and extending into Oklahoma As the big ranch has 87 000 acres it takes two States to hold it all at ono time A yearly rental of 30000 is paid to the Indian owners for a part of the ranch by the government representing Miller Bros About 12 000 acres have been brought under the plow while 75000 are in pasture OverI men arc employed to mind the 000 cattle and 6000 hogs About 300 horses and 500 mules are necessary to do the farm work The whole ranch is connected with the main office by an extensive telephone system They do not houso thejr reapers but let them go as worn out when one has cut 1200 acres of wheat The ranch now grows S000 acres of wheat 2000 acres of corn 500 acres of oats 500 acres of alfalfa and 400 acres of rye CHURCH MATTERS Rev 0 M Huey will preach at the Baptist church here at 11 A M Sunday anil at the Baptist church at Crab Or chard at 8 p Lady of theso1Vhy dont you go to work Dont you know it rolling stone gathers no mass Tramp I know butl never dill like to eat moss FOR SALE luro brvtl llorkitilro hogs nntl Houthdown HhiHii AUo litsli uriitltyfttrtliiR DucJiii J HUurpuntrr UiikUmvlllr Ky Small Farm Wanted I o I deli to rent n Mimll fnrin of 2o to Jtt brew not xc v lliiK Sorainlk from vlUuT Htunford or luuivlilc Knrm niunt Lt well Improved mid pre fcr It Ixliitf on pike Hpur giim IIIIIMHI Mlililltlmrtf Ky The GORDON SCHOOL For Boys in the Country PROF A N CORDON Whose IXMinlliiR school bOAlolIl Ixtn notttl In Central Kentucky for firm ilUclplliif thorough liutriictlon nnii inonils tin the liciiutlful Jack llfiulrlek lIaci H inllcx Kuat of Frank fort 1IIll1l1ttlI wulK from Huge HlHtlon on thol AN It It lift Issue purentx who consider the formation of clnirnctiT the arner atone of education to ttxnmlm tilt Ideal conditions afforded liy hU school from every point of vii w Theschool opens Sept I Ii I9O6 Write Prof Cordon at Frankfort for catalogue GOODNIGHTS REST Speak for It P she cried to doggie For the knew In her little hurt That German Syrup home great trearora Could health and joy impart CTUe greatest tonic on earth is a good rest nights and the ter rible exhaustion of a cough are dread dangers of the poor consumptive fBut why fear of night when a few doses of Dr Boschees German Syrup- will insure refreshing steep entirely from cough or sweat Free ex pectorationin the momlngis made cer by German Syrup eWe knoW by the experience of over thirtyfive years that bottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs colds or lung trouble and that even in bad case of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup will work wonders fTwo asc aad Esc AU druggiita- Tor Sale at Pennys Drug Store J I A Good Chance to Get Summer Clothing We haveatpretty fair stock of Two Piece Suits left and we want to make a price that will make them go to do that we cut them as follows fI r 5 Suits Reduced to 375 750 Suits Reduced to 5 if10 Suits Reduced to 7 f 1250 Suits Reduce to 8 A few pairs of boys long pants in the oldfash ioned Blue Cottonade reduced from 50 to 35c These are clean new fresh uptodate goods No 01 old stuff at all Ii H J MROBERTS STANFORDJ 1 50 REWARD Iwllltlrn rrwunr for lntorlnntlon lug to of a twoyrxr old lurk 1IltllntIM4bnnd Koniuii nau orrel hlllck mnnr wnlolen July 111111101 convlctlou of thr tlllf or wIll gl the return of thr Ai lheMtntroneriialnndingrewtni of IAII tlllf It a tllIlIfur Illflni to look niter thU one JItOOKl- Ang Isxington K NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOXB ft CLASSSOH Inn JUNCTION CITY KY- Tintdate Tnrnouta at Reasonable Ratti- lpeclal Attention to TravellaR lieD and hay For Bale FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Farm contaIn M nerve of hind In lOUtI ndlr from rub ow dill of turrlati uiitisii tI nn h 0tc ThtllmlrOtmntll mind Inof 11 rooml 1Itr Cllttrn lit door fnlltlvery mutt In goad conouthOIIWProom WillniHllworrll aellprtvntrlyy1msJIiJnrra Small Farm For Sale fiirm of CI acre ot In ml I denlre to mlljny Olympianfrom rank Hlmiyfl yanU of mintmi waterHprlnKs It him a linn well anulytU by Htntw CollegefollowtHKIII th cof tithts I gra- bofolidmntlerisrgnllusteonlting main nl of chloride carbonol tome calciumchlllllllld I anil lithiumIron potluolUIII nllte tnlctll 01 WriteII tolIOIUIt IIICKM Halem Ky McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Manufacturers of Jeaim 111111111111 ollr wool tilt tllk lUll like wool flttlecliiWellsfnttlonrpumm it CIIII or wrl for prll a AINIU wantti Dripping Springs F 0 Crab Orchard Ky This delightful old Summer resort U now Hood Tho InitldlilK mitt MXdl to HilfnU the table Bretline andthe water Inlugie ofIn itKiilnHarriett Hnlter gfogtlirntlfgs kltchell w modtnblenndyour horsrawrll Hut 111r week to KH 11hl Flit Jrnh Orchard Ky oKINNEY ROLLER MILLS McSinnoy Sy IxWhtthw McKlnney llollerMIIUHaving nnii nicurxl the crvlcc of Mr W 1lIlId- rlcmed miller I frilwitrrnnbilernr sun xlr Mtoml tomillto notferlliKId In TheorwurkofsstykindIn machinery lion In all In gtmul reiuilr pro In thin HeoKevond to noiuiduct of It willniiecliiltyatlon ou on hand coal of all klndit whichalko keep will wll nt the lowent innrket prier lim- yredhteulwsis aInatoek i want to buy our wllllIt red Wlll pay you the niKiiem ciiHh iimrkut price for It J n iI IY McKinnoy Ky THE VERDICT I I4ctln doora tlwlckksatOllaMluvdrs lret otugsollliutingal1ortlerresutufnMtretcherLnrpotMtretcben 1Irllshel to DoorlUIJlr1I11t1l1ulllllnK clam JllrJIt Vnrnlah Wllldowl 1lIll llcturel Fronsrd- oulding Enamelsulna and New andMitts lllIn IIUIIIlW Qouuu snd you ranOld lientYof lurlllture h roesnnd hUIIKII keel and fed Uv tJlcelient qulpmtl- lel1t of Isom such feed TlrloK don Pruitt BrothersMoreland Ky v tOurSchool Bags Pens Ink Slates and Iall kinds of School Supplies is ready for you We are headquarters in this line tt PENNY DRUG STORE J- JrY1 Stanrord KentuckyJBBm First NationalOt Sttntord Ky Bank Capital Stock 50000i This tmtltutlon wai originally titabllibtd as the Depoilt Bank of Stanford In Its then reoreaolicd ai the National Bank of Stanford in 165 and again reorganised ai the First National Baik of Stanford In 112 paving bad practically an nnlnter rnpted ezliteoce for IS year It II better supplied now with facllhles for trataet Ing ballot promptly and well then ever before In ItI long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals flduclarlis and Cor poratlons Solicited LINCOLN CAPITAL COUNTY NATIONAL 900000 StanfordOfFlcers J Olrtctors J R PaitOD J B Owdlej U Sbnnki W O Walker Oeo W Carter J II Foster L 0 Gooch W lI Cummlm lIrllbtU x H gbunki Bucceiior to The Farmer Bank TrutCompany and under um4 managoment conttnuomly for 3t year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping iueh butlneae relations will prove mutually beneficial Offloira J I HOOKER Prnl LT IlARBii V Pre J J UcKOBEKTe Cur WH WEAKEN Ant Cbr Dlnotors r Reid Danville T Uarrli Stanford J S Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney U D Elmore Stanford S II Ilaugbman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Itoblnion lIubble J H Ilauchman Stanford J Iettui Stanford O E Tate a t STOCK I Cs H SHANKS PrcMtdcut L B PaxtonIW t M Wi 0 Ant 11Oalbla STANFORD MALE FEMALE 5fMINARYl First term begins MONDAY SEPT 4 1905 Our faculty is strong equipment firstclues surroundings comfortable college work done on col lege principles work accepted by the best institutions in tho State rates very reasonable Dont send off to school when you have as good or better advantages at borne Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford KyrJ IS rp New Fall Ginghamsv c I We linvb just rerofve1null placed on caio 500 yards of new Fnll styles in tho wellknown Toile du Nofd Ginghams hey corno inllrkrich plnid ntH small checks and figures nil designs not heretofore shown You are never disappointeil about the wenr of Ginghams Tlio price is only 12 L2c per yard Wool Remnants When looking for nomcthing to nmko n Kchool skirt dont forget nlwiit cur wool remnant d WE have a now stock of box that will interest lOUt New shapes and qualities Penny Store- PERSONALS i MHH II C FAiiiHta quite sick MIss MARY HuNmnv at the Sprint field fair Mils C A Cox hM returned from Columbia NLEDSOB HAIIEY la at the Columbia fair with his tiring jln GFo L PENNY was in Lexington Wednesday on bUlilnellSI Mn AND Mus SrtmcEON SYMPSON of MiddloburK were hero Wednesday NR C C GlUlsilE of Somerset was hero Wednesday looking for horses t i Miss LUCY LEI WALTON Is visiting Mto Mary Miller Walton in Lexington Misses SAUANTIIA JONES and Grace McClure are with relatives at tancas tcr ATTORNEY CEo H SAUKLKY is with his sister Mrs S M Logan at Nil moreMM W H PENNY and Miss Itobbiu Penny of Danville arc with Mm Mary t Penny MRS J H PoWELLondchildrenhave returned from a visit to friends at Per DRYB of Hustonville is at the London fair with A J honeys good f trotter JUDO W A TltlBBLr Is spending a with the wife and children at iweek ANNIE AND HESSIK KKNPALL of Lexington have been guests of Mrs J M Wares MRS F L THOMPSON anti little daughter Ella May are visiting rela tlvCII at Lebanon E 0 Goocil and E J Tanner of t McKinneywere here Wednesday hav ing printing done MRS ANNA D V ANA IlIH1A U is up- t from Hamxlsburg with her laughter Mrs II J McHobcrU- MIB8K8 EUZAIIETII AND LUCINDA S LUTES arc back from a visit to relatives in Paris and Lexington Mrs Rq Joni MENKKEK Will llroad1 dus and Lawrence VanArsdale are at tending the London fair Miss MARY MCKOHERTS of Stanford is visiting Miss Fannie Morton English this county Dan vill News i GAIT J D FEENKY and wife of Lexington are with her brothers Messrs T A and J S Uico MRS MAROAKBT J MARTIN and children of Walton aro visiting her parents Mr Mrs C M Jones v Miss CiiARiTTB WARREN who been with hcrcousins the Misses Warj Ten returned to Somerset yesterday MR F M WARE of McKinney got overheated while working on n barn the other day and has been quite sick since MRS J H COLLIER and pretty daughter Miss Pearl Collier of Crab 1 Orchard were callers at this ofllc Wed nesday MRS GEORCK SMITH of Norton Va who has been with Mesdamea K G Bickley and Frank Shuwmakcr has re turned home KBV J W HAOIN and son ilarlwell nre visiting the formers father in Shelby Rev Hagln came over from Covington Monday I MR D W HILTON who was once a part owner of this paper was here yes terday in the interest of tho Michigan IfMutunllnsurunce J Co WIIITTEMORB of r Frankfort was hero Wednesday check ing up suits that were met by auditors t agents some time ago ti JoilN II WoNKR has secure a rxwi tion as solicitor for Mr Uurton who stable at Hurnside He l has a livery will take charge Monday next J MRS UirrriE BKOADDUS and Misses Ella May Saunders and Kate Haselton went up to London Wednesday to at t 1tend the fair and visit relatives w ANNIE HRONAUGU of Crab I Orchard arrived in London Tuesday for the fair and will be tho guest of the Misses Williams London Local DR LEE F HUFFMAN has been nom inated by the democrats of Lexington for councilman In the second ward Elect him and the Blue Grass Capital V will have at least one good officer We know whereof we speak I MR JOHN G LYNN JR has rented of Mrs R L Williams her form on the Hustonville and Liberty pike two miles from Hustonville and will get posses sion Sept 1 Wo are sorry to lose Mr and commend them to and Mrs Lynn the rood people of the Wet End US I fair J C KVOLBMAN of Paris is with the homefolka- PitoB J W IiiKLArii went to Parks vlllc yesterday Mas W H DUUDBRAK is in Lexing ton with friends DR A S PKIOB is hint the homo of his mother in Gnrranl HORN to the wife of Mr J M1ettus on Wednesday night n 101 pound boyMR It K GENTRY has moved his family to tho Peyton cottage on Logan Avenue MESSRS R L COFFFY Joe L If Coffey and Howanl Coleman are at the London fair- MISSES ANNIB PERKINS and Mao Rob inson of Garrard were visitors of Mr J Crit Eubanks at Hubble Mn GEORUB D WEATIIBRFOUD of Hustonville continues III but his doc tors are not alarmed over his condition DR WILLIAM SIIELTON Rev O M Huey and Mr1 C McClary are attending the Baptist Assocjation at Bur gin t Mil D H SKINNER of Hustonville went up to Stonega Vn yesterday to take a position with tho Stonega Coal Coke Co MRS T A RICK will entertain in honor of Misses Elizabeth Feeney and Mary Garnett at a 7 oclock dinner at her country home today Miss IEVISA HARRIS will entertain at her home Englewood near Hubble on Wednesday evcring next in honor of tho Misses Englcman MISSES BLANCHE MOORB and Helen Thurmond are taking the Ward Ration al System oMeaching from Miss Geor gin I cwis who is an expert in that line Miss Moore is from Lexington Miss JENNIE IYNN of Stanford who has been visiting her sister Mrs Logan Wood will leave to morrow for Somerset to attend tho fair and visit her sis ter Mrs Joseph Claunch Advocate Miss MARY DAVIS of Medicine Lodge Kansas who is spending tho Summer with Mesdames Lytle and W B Penny at Danville is the attractive guest of Miss Marie Mahony She bears the distinction of having been a Sunday school pupil for three of Carrie Nation of saloon smashing fame Mrs Nation lives in Medicine Lodge where hllthlyIttt LOCALS CALL and see our new electric ranges George II FarriseTRY our 10 Washing Machine for best results George H Farris ntAllln another column the adver tisement of the Gordon School for Boys r Tins office prints visiting cards at 25c for 25 Wc for 50 and 60c for 100 Latest styles CANNIIL coal Glen Mary Jcllico coal Seo mo before you buy W S Wigham Moroland Treat is still a good crowd at Crab Orchard Springs and a better pleased lot of boarders was rarely ever seen at a summer resort LIOHTNING struck nnd killed a pony belonging to lIennio Goode It was grazing in a pasture near Mr B F Goodo8 at Turncrsville MR M K HUMPHREY telephoned us from Liberty Wednesday that the fair association would likely declare a divi dend of about 25 per cent OUR friend lion Harry McCarty press agent of tho Knights of Pythias fair at Nicholaavillc Aug 29 30 31 has our thanks for a complimentary MR TINSLBY atoRisent us a lox of peaches Tuesday that can not be beat either for size or lusciousness Mr Spoonamore is not only n good farmer but is an A fruit miser as well RBMBMIIBR the John Goode farm will be BoJd Saturday Sept 2nd at the premises Improvements first class the land tho best J mile of Hustonville churches and Graded School No town tax for 20 years portion of farm available for town lots Tills just printed or the annual meeting of the Christian Womens Board of Missions of this the 10th district which will be held at Dan vile on Sept 7 and 8 Mrs Jennie Carpenter of Hustonville is district manager and Mrs Will Severance of this place is secretary of yite county All Eyes and All Efforts Toward Fall and Winter ll0r5 from this time forward in this store FOP the past three months we havo been searching the markets for the newest and best goods to bo found in this great America of ours They are begin wing to arrive Bad wo will offer new goodafor early Fall wear and School clothes from this lute n good ones This office ALIIERT a colored was flnei 8GO for throwing trash into the creek MRS MARTHA Hour aged 61 died near Somerset Tuesday and was hurled at Kingsville Wednesday y THE person who borrowed my fence stretchers had better return same or trouble will be in store for them Geo II Farris t Tilt Stanford Male Female Semi nary will open Monday week Sept 4 The Graded School will begin a week later Sept 11 THE work of widening Depot street is on in earnest It will greatly im WILL the children of theMethodist Sunday School please to bring their mite boxeson Sunday morning next or send to Mrs T D Raney the following week Mrs Adelia Woods Lady Manager MRS BBTTIE BARNETT has ought through the Lincoln County Real E tate Exchange Title Co Mrs Annie Laslcys home on East Main Street for 2100 The deed went to Mrs Lasley whonow lives at Orange Texas yes terday for her signature ELIJAH SUTTON was arrested by Walter Jones Wednesday night and turned over to Jailer DcBord Sutton and another Negro named Norris en gaged in a shooting bee at Crab Or chard and the first named was taking French leave when caught Till Hustonville lair lost 25 per cent Inclement weather heavy expenses and too many fairs were some of the trou bles that had to be contended with Roth the Crab Orchard and Hustonville fairs having lost money whats themat ter with them giving away next year and Stanford holding a crackerjack one Do we hear a second t HOME BURNEDTho home of Mr George L Carter in the McCormacks church section burned to the ground about 2 oclock Tuesday afternoon Most of the contents were destroyed Nobody was in the house at the time but Mr Carter who was near by saved only a few of the valuable things that were in the house There was 1000 or f1200 insurance which falls fqrshort of covering the loss THE present summer which has been a remarkably cool and wet one is rapI- dly drawing to a close less than a week of it now remaining While we have had copious rains creeks and branches in many parts of tho county are not running and some springs are absolutely dry Where the rain has gone to is a mystery Pastures are the best in years and cattle are fatand tine but low in price The corn crop prom ises to be the biggest in years WRECK account ora rear end collision of freights just this side of Lebanon yesterday morning No 23 due here at 1230 did not come until 5 PM It was a tnil ender aa the railroad men speak of it the second section of No 34 having run into the first section while the first train was waijjng at the C O crossing A flagman was 15 telegraph poles behind his train but it is claimed that on ac count of the fog he was not seen in time to stop the heavy double header Some eight or 10 cars were wrecked and it took most all of yesterday to clear the track Strange to say nobody was in the least hurt t CEDAR CREEK Rev Hutchins will preach nt Sugar Grove next Sunday at 11 oclock Sunday school at 10 Born to the wife of Fred Dyehouse a daugh ter Carlton Hunt while hauling for verybadlyto be taken off below tho nail Some rascals entered Sugar Grove schoolhouse some time during the institute and broke several panes of glass and tore up the organ The guilty parties havenot been found out but will be punished to the fullest extent of the law if caught Mr and Mrs John Ford Lewis Whittand wife Mrs Lena Ad ams and Mitchell Whittvisited the tam ily of C G Ware at Turnersville Rev Gooch preached at Sugar Grove Sunday night to a good crowd Revs Carmical and Owens will preach at Sugar Grove Friday night before the first Sunday in September Everybody invited My iirmof XllncrcMoiii mite from Orab Oranurd known an WhIt Montgomery nlucu Iinuures CIIII go lu coat lrul rl11l1ll1 er In wheat Kach field watered Iowenlon Jan AVII STItKKT Iruh Orchard Ky h Small Farm For Sale I will cell privati my farm of 86 acres more or less onOlllx rtsrreek mile irom htlIIIItfurther IllllI1lUlllrl or on J1v NU HnfUCwli Ky Farm at Private Sale I Kami rontnlnlriK acts tend In gas itnto of cultivation f4 miles Iroiu llutton vlllv on MliMlvburK plkt good duvllliiK containing ilx room In very good repair itwtl clutirn nil necessary outiiuilUiiiKn For particular cull on me nt Junction City Kyor 11 Him Hiutonvllle MIWM K JKNKINH Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale I dvilru to itvll privately two hoiim In Crnb Orchard One Is u houeo of 0 room with acres of ground Two goal prings plendld outuulldlnen Tho other Imi n house or 8 rooms and about one ncre or land Htnl li hen hoiiM vie lioth mlilencv are comparatively now Word Moore Crnb Or chord Ky FOR SALE I The Jim Walker iivnt farm of acres ol ferttlu land with good Improve meats anti plenty of water th your round- About HO here In Krniui now It lies ndteIYetof McKlnney Ilid joIn UIIIllld tif Mine I Tanner A II McKln Rey tad eol loll Anllrooll It front upon the turnplkn and Hoiitliern It IL nnd In nlKhtnf n kchoolhoiiM A Imr nln for some one Terms innyKIJWAlrtl rcOltN Agent Hiutonvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE oppoItton THUKHHAYHK1T UlIlfG The following dctcrlbrd proiwrty HOUMI and lot In MlllcdKovllle will Acres of land moro or less also n storo room In Junction City now occupied by the post office telephone exchange Ac IS acres of corn seven mules four twoycar old two n1nreltIlto Drill Slower Cultivator Oliver Ohlll1 Turning flows and oUllr I Iln1t too numerous to mention Terms made known ondayof gait W ILA I n JONiMM111tlgevlileKy Col J Chandler Auctio- neerSHERIFFS SALE fly virtue of Execution Nol tIIrctcd tome which Irtued front tho clerks otllce of the Lincoln circuit court In fnvor of llustwllle Tottery To ngnlnit J K Waters and I or oneof my dep idle will on MONDAY HKIT II IHO between tilt hours of I oVIoek p and S oclock r nt the rourlhouM door In Stanford Lincoln county Ky expose to to the hlllh1 bidder do follow lag prolwrty or 00 match tlltno nx nutt h- onrMvnrytoatlKfy plnlntlns debt Interest and cottsi towlt rcrtonnl property con tituig of ono Mack nmru and hr suckling colt nli n the following rIll eollliu In Llnco n county Kv founded an follows On North by Ivlnw farm on Kiut by AllxTt Hmlth and It Cobb on West by George livens and Dr Ijiwwlllon Hontli by Lincoln t Itoyle turnplkn road contul iii rig Srtjnens nor o- rlenboul iniiicre of which Is In Lincoln county Ky tilt ijnlunru bring In lloyle county Ky Hnld 5m Iwlng uhjrct to Kl Kn No 3 of the Lincoln county circuit court The Mild Interest levied upon ls the undivided Ik Interest in the whole subject to the dower Interest of Ha rah J 1ulllumT- KIIMH Halo will be of 0 months toml 1prayrtiecurltg re quired lnarlng Interest at the rate lxr- cca6lsr annum from dny of sale and hav the force and effect ofa sale bond AugustItiOfly f T Wood O L SHERIFFS SALE I fly vlrtne of Kxecutlon No IHMdlrecUd to me which lusutdfrom tilt clerks olllco of tile Jlncoln county circuit cOllrlll11 favor of J N ilenefee executor I Dud dernr against Mary Warren or one of my deputies will on- MONDAY HKIT II 1tKi 1Iwe n the hours of oclock P and 2 oclock v at the court hatio door In Stanford Lincoln county Ky expone to followlugnecessary to tuitlsfy plalntlRs terest nnd cost Toll acres of land situated on nix River In Lincoln county K on the South Hide of tilt Stanford A rreachenvllle turnpike and being tilt pres eel residence unit homu place of defendant Mary H Warrvu adjoining the lands of An derMin nnd others living seine land convey ed to the odd defendant by and of Hllas An iltfrsiin reiimletl In IJotlllook No 11e fill Lincoln county clerks olllce Also an undivided U Interest In three mars of hand adjoining above land imt on nIx Itlver friintlim on the wlId turnpike at the bridge uncross the said rlverln Lincoln county Ky being wire land conveyed to defendant Wnrren and 1111r Warren by drat of JFOukhueddOet10ltnndrec- orded In took No page ttlclerks Mice Lincoln county Also life estate of deftndant Mary H Warren In acre of land on Dix Klvor Lincoln county KollNorthldeof the Htanford 1reachersvllle turnpike unit being Kepiirnted from the two nlMvinlewrllM tracts by Mild tike and log land deeded to sold ilefendnnt for lift by Shins Anderson recorded In eked Hook an luige SIT clerks ounce Lincoln county Tills being made subject to the mortgage of H H Hhanks on said three tracts land for sum of fMOU with 0 per cent Intent from Aug and mortgage of S II Hhanks as guardian for sum of prtn with n per cent Interest front Aug II two Mild mortgnges recorded In mortgage book Jiage Lincoln onice levied UHn us the property of Mary Wnr renTKKUH Hale will be made on n credit of 0 months with npprovvd security ri iiulred fearing Interest nt thQ rate of o per cent per annum trout tIlilor sale and hay ing the forM Jind land Witness my hand this 22nd day of Aug utn515 MH lUtJflUMANS LO Hy O T woof U8LO i L t Zeigler ShoesJrules desiring fashionable footwear fiiould see the new HIll stylus in this woll known make of show fill kind that dolls dunppoint you Cottons and Sheeting If yon are going away to school you will need Sheets Towel Spreads Underwear hosiery GluycH Corset Jacket Fall Weight Shoe Remem her our stock embraces all these and the prices are low and qualities are Let n 1WtheI THe Famous Shoe for Women att FALL STYLES ARE IN SEE THEM 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 NtiN1 CUfiniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky 1 andIlTo popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks New Lines being added I G Weatherford Co HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to calhand you will be convinced that they can t feather your iicutum DANVILLESHOE STORE Tim New Firm Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well LanIer DANVILLE KENTUCKY Your fall trade solicited Complete line of Boots Shoes Gents Furnish ings Trunks null Suit Cites Wo can save you money Tlio J K Tilt Stt50 and the Nettleton 85 for ntsn are the best in the world Wo also handle the Honest Miko Shoo Jlmt never wears out Call and seo us t George P Crow Salesman ttWind Up Sale t1Of our splendid line of Oxfords told Slippers All from tho heat manufac turers in the country All new stock nnd stylish ssalhs 3 00 Oxfords Keduced to M 50 2 50 Oxfords Reduced to 2 00 2 00 Oxfords Reduced to 1r 1 50 Oxfords Reduced to 1 20 These are raro Bargains Call at once in order to get choice of stock WJ5 Perkins Crab OrchArd xy- r Ft The Interior Journal I IEnleredin tnatttr tltt PottOffice at Stanford as 1UlltIHH UU TUKHUAYH AND IUIDW AT 100 PER YEAR CAST rr Wbrn nut so paid SJOO will be charge NOTICE iiiul P llitliio for ntfH A K tlrtme Tcntla ironnww r1ng IAinttngatld Yvp HUIIKIng Hoot lnllli ng n Nxvlnlty Mill letnctlon OUllrllllhttl DUx MMtllllf- ordKUMBRELLAS Kocd ered and repaired and made almost M good as new for a amount I can i flx your umbrella bettor than the tramp repairers and for less money Dive me trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately DMyboujo und 10 nerve of land situate Just of town limits on the Homerw House has 7 rooms kltcben and set Tantt room collar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for J P IIMLFV INSURANCEFire AoeliVnt Notn tart llKKTCompniilca Itvprvwntnl lowtl01 tllilt ItnUs UUllr llt o Paying IWO onlriifqualld Talk with iNMAHONY Stanford Kentucky Uosldrtice Ilioue No The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUQABS ProprUtsr Electric Llghti In every room Refurnlthei Sri under entire New Matuceraenl vorltportermeetsalltrainsR Dentist5- TANFORDKENTVCKY Office in flyers House Parlor Pnoue No 1 L J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STfI LEI Stanford Kv ReasonableRatesOood Livery Service at Call on Jt on Depot Street Also Dealers Ooai H D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro- t ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce h Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men patronage Is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection iiWaH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The TAU t in Jewelry Hllvir Out Olnss NSiitchuH nnd tuekeIn Block par tl Traylor DEALER tH Wtl1sKII Bran Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYOlosePrompt ml polite attention Nothing but the boa to drink Mall phew n tlEnph orJin receive eroort attention Training School for Boys at North MlddjQtownBourfoon County Ky lIulUllniiH will mlunt d Situation iMfUiU rut und lltlHllllll InUlUlUf the iKst II- Ijuiloon or pituv of timiitntloti Mutest place In Kintmrky for boys Mllltnrv drill ai minute s dully Inatriutlon thorough- IulplIur kind lartHlrhut Drill Sol school of ID love hut n vhrUtliin lioiiiv fur Oiityn llnilt miinlHr takiii Houston iKgltiH ptFur pnrtKulitrii mlilrwt MILTtINKIrLIUTTIrlnrlpSl- ltuferenc x Juclge 1 Siiuflcy lnrrnco Tats and Ylllbun tltVrllll Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there is so little difference in the price of high grade ready made Hulls sod n suit made to your measure taken by an ox rienccd tailor I have a handtome line of liprioggoods I can make from a lox price business to the finest dresa tnlt Also Spring overcoats and troun era The company I represent la ono of the best I also bavo a line of goods I Make UP me1f for those who prefer it H 0 RUPLEY tb Tailor A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oflice over McIlobcrU Drug Store in tho Owslcy Building Jesse W Sweeney rBOTBIKTOU Livery Food and Sale Stalls LancasteKy Uorees well led and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates ii RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY phynetmentalhealtbrNaryudTelopmentanil make Ile worth Ilvln rIIaerrea11u11Irlce Q a lat his rot 00 portptd wtth a gna rante to oranIlf Dot CIIrfd or et1fA PIttER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO A ron SALE AT rCKKYB DRUG STORE POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of trd passing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Kclchenbach Bros Fred VonOruenlpanAIbert VonOruenlRan Fred VonAlltnan J red Ilaumann Alrrd Slmpon George Holmes Miss Mnttlo H Uelclicnbuch Charlrs Cummins Jos Halloa A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W E Amon W R Daupherty M J Hoffman M D Klmore Peter W Tarter J Nevin Carter J E Bruce w FrShomtker Thomas Ferrtll Oreen Ferrlll F J Coon John It Oamenlsch Sam TrowbrldRe A D Root Charles Eosslln Frank Cordlur INo W O Welch Peter Balmer JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e 51 Ceeary Undertaker Kmbahuer and DenIer in Harnei4Saddleryf 0 STANFORD KENTUCKY Illlctj Phone 167 Home IhoonSS SUNBURN Chaffing and Sore Feet ARE QUICKLY RELIEVED By ilio free nrpllcallon of that Kootli lug coollti Jionlln remedy 1ura cainpli This won lrCul remedy stops Imrnln Htlnslng and nchiiiR by sooth lur and cooling tlio Injured parts and drawing out nil fever soreness old In flanimatlon through the pores of the akin Dont waste your money on cheap salves lotion nut like preparations wlilcli afford only temporary re lief Use Faracnmph uiul be cured It It falls to do what we say your money will be refunded inky n bottle with you on your vacation Sold only In 25c noc nnd 100 bottles nt nil good dniKsInlH Jho rnruvauipU Cu Loula Yllle Ky U H A roa Sera BT weN CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford KT FARMERS DEPARTMENT JERSEY cow for sale Box 162 Forty stock hogs for sao S Cou- lter White Stanford Mark Hardin sold to L C Myers 23 poundshoats at 5Jc J L Totten bought of S II Baugh man a bay pony for 125 Fon KENT C5 acres of grass land until Jan 1 P L Beck Stanton Toe average yield of wheat in Mad isoh county was 20 bushels to tho acre For driving n horse 24 consecuth hours John Harper was fined 75 lath Police Court of LouIsvIlle B G Fox Co Danville will be at Lancaster court Monday next to huy 100 mule colts and 50 yearling mules Sterling Curtis won the blue stringn tho Brodhead fair with his tiny gelding He will likely take him to the Somer set fair next week- Two good brood mares good workers with two mule colts by their side and bred back to jacks Will sell or trade for cattle J W Adams Stan fordeAccording to the statement of Dr L J Allen n Federal inspector mor than 5000 cattle have died of fever In the Cherokee Nation within the last two weeks At last Nancy Hanks 201 is thedam of a 210 trotterAdmiral Dewey The horse in a race against time at Read ville one day last week trotted a mill to rule in 2091 To HoaslainwI am now prepare to break and train your yearlings and other thoroughbreds at reasonable rates Firstclass training track It II Bro naugh Crab Orchard Ky B E Tandy R Son bought a lot ol hogs at 1J to 5c CofToy Bros Youn bought of James Murray a pair offour yearold mare mules 161 hands high said to be the best in the county for 100Adair News So far as the passengers are concern ed traveling on railroads seems to be almost as safe as staying at home They carried 715149032 persons in lOOt The number of passengers killed was 441 injured 9111 one killed out of 1522207 carried one injured out of every 73521 carried When it comes to employes however another tale is told During the year 10019 ofithem were killed nnd 75014 Injured This shows that the business of railroading is very hazardous The wholo number of employes form an army of 12121 persons engaged in an occupation of such superlatiy importance and use fulness as to make imperative better provision against reckless sacrifice of lifeState Journal Frankfort The Fear of Death Often haunts the miserable dyspeptic bilious patient who suffers from heart palpitations chronic cough melancholy etc No nerd to foal for In Dr Caldvvellti laxative Syrup Pepsin you will find a safe pleasant and perfect cure for nil this pain distress and worry It clears the brain purifies the blood and cures all forms of Indigestion und bowel trouble Try It Soul by G L IVn ny Stanford C W Adams Huston mel at 60o and 5100 Money back if It fails There was nman and he had naught So creditors quick sought him They hung around his house all day Their bills collectors brought him taut he got out the house disguised And ere the bunch could find him A bankrupt he had been declared And left his debts behind him How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appemllultlK ute hose who are habitually constipated OIlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures hronlc constipation by stimulating ho liver and bowels und restores tho mlurut action of tho bo vols Orino axutlve Fruit Syrup doos not pusonto or gripe und is mild and plensant to tukf Jtefnsc siibstltutetj ennyfl Drug Storo Kentucky Fair Dates Tho following are tho dates fixed for holding tho Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Somerset August 294 days Nicholasvllle August 299 days Bardstown August 904 days Florence August 904 days Elizabethtown Sept 59 days Glasgow Sept 19I days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September lSG days Henderson September 260 days Falmouth September 271 days Owensboro October 10S day Nothing on the Market Equal to Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy This fact Is wellknown to druggists everywhere and nluo out of ten will give their customers this preparation when tho host is asked for Mr Olm Wltmor u prominent druggist of Top tin Mo inn circular tohls customers says There in nothing on the tune kot in tho way of patent medicine which equals Chamberlains Colic Cholera und Diarrhoea Hcntcdy for bowel complaint Vo sell and recommend this preparation Vor smile ill nil druggists The final steps have been taken in the 7000000 coal merger whereby 20 Indiana coal companies are absorbed by the Vandalin Coal Company with headquarters in Indianapolis Checks aggregating 4000000wereexchanged The new concern has a ca pacity of Ii 000000 or more tons Auditors Agent Lucas hnoUfild 300 persons in Barren county that they are behind in their taxes but Willserve underyou LEAD1 Slmrlo lye V a ii walk tartht- heseshoos not in them your lest oonlroltktm they dont control your feet they urra wntr your The patent U R 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 pro the only shoes good enough to carry the URFiT Mode of Otrzna caJf or hid or genuine patent Ruasfai cntwith WoW I M uniform buH hldo ouhtuniioiJ anlet FOB SALE a- rHJ McROBRETS cB ore uyia ervinyjlaeht7esJL Prices are Good Terms are Better Machines the BeSt You are assured of proper Instruction Supplies and Accessories Get a Singer Guarantee Singer Sewing Machine Cos Office Opposite the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Ky H 0 FLOWERS Manager Central Kentucky w Real Estate Exchange Fc Title Company Stanford KyNo ijuiallfarui STacnt Woos from Man ford IIoui tol fourgood back porchjand t veranda Uuod barn and other pia- rtitr Out Inili fltlJi well furred acre In rultlvitlon outacrvln fruit reerlttIkmiuiairouiimuioaerultai bargain lufcan he told at to sot church Price tw per acre Land adlolumg told for ltd an- dlit The It a bargain No H S8JO arm ol rest ant tlmh r land lora pd In ferry county Ky on Iratx Vine Creeks trlbuur the North Fork of Kentucky river Iour wlnt of coal In thlckaeIem IU eet to ilx fett Itlvernavtgable10 th mouth ol above creek A ralltoad Ii turveyed within thre tulle of tald en Ibt tfiulwr coniblt ol oak lie Tlutpitfwt Will tell or iicbaogt on loUr termi No 69A Dire Iwo dory tight room trtiuc dwelllatlnhUafooL Itatwo ant rails wills concrete Saul goofitden well In kitchen nrfntabinonplace which r nU lor lljxr inooth Ttdelltagrent for114rrmonth property Ii In jowl repair and un be Uou lii for J1W Nil 4SKnu OS acres aptadlJ Murxr Und In Unrulncvunljr Twoaory5bout stuns reIJenn- a tenant houses bun room for over 200 hriJ ol stock aud all oilier nrcttur ouitiulkllDtft all In goolr ilr CI06fI to church abet j nutSM uU and In good ctUhburkooil 4u arm rultlratlodlest Ingnusodtlmheretc Thli ao dMl counttr home u alt eononlr on licv ralaetc watrrol wltU user f uin irlcgi etc lrlc mwnalil- NOSI COirmof Iind on bill Iroui Somt wt n flddi orl acre In collies 1IIjInlNoIOOsrmof IsmlluFurd rauntv Ku elE mllMfnui railroad loll miles from data river tngly acre of land U rUer butiom 1- 1IIntclanlalill and 11 crall This Isnt It fur lilt or a hsot KoA4 Afarmof5ylaemin Lincoln countj Threw Ruod dvelllngi 3 food Ira aad other out bulldlDgt each hoes barn sat aUiiu the cnt r of acres All on tuontr road IP milt from church rchoolsn4lnmSa W1 sail soil well watered Thli ia a unit and would suit two or thr a fjulllm that might want to come Scum otUhtmrhouJ lilt nuuonabl No 69To atorlramdniltogof six rooms IwohalU all oilier nrmiarr outbulldlnta Ala large blactiiulth and eheli lull length of shop sod feetwJJithis prVjariywall lx told al a Trrjr low prla No 9A farm ot IM acre four uilleafroin Stan the valersltouut7welt nec arv fntlogoJdwaUing blu gran firm atJ onlj 2J mloutnUtlfe from county rat Owner nl one laru adjoining Ibis has toUT refusal fly Mr arts W off r thli at ll7Su No Mltn acres nor lleatant IVrfnl Kjr Knmonouw Jroomund lUrn and other oulbulldlogf f acrt In rultleatlon ret In tIn Ler Well watMtd KM yards from palotSr school and church lap well on Ilke and In g rout niunltr IMctH- WNol23uacrrtrtii mile ol Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling I loom two tenant houwa two buns well tprlng near dwelllBg rum In blab at culllitllou 1W arna Curt lullaa land tool fencing roll eta lri fiTiW an irrv NerAntefarmat HighuiiJ wdllmpror tJ wen watered tlt4 16 iacte if tint on Jaaettuwn rod xxith of DunnvllKj too acres In cultivation twit t arcs In test In grist A largw arc frame Swel- lInCalsosnutSJeelllnEOnplace new tarn sal two o4Jonas sal the ethnic it goal On puNk road Irke 1ee No ft MOXW acres of cotton hanks Mlulnlpp Throb no tecttnn ol country which oilers so maay orporrunltlet Icr rroAUW Uvettment at tIM MHilt sire DlU hkh u now fitly aexrltwJat Irai reflty Valley The tlaher It t ointne motevjlu abbs all the time lor thercawn Itut lunbr 011e from the North IMe the alltrlYI timber Is lilt Jlatnlthlne are constantly Increatmp their rur ctuwt ot Umber UrUi in Ihe South lien the tim ber U rcrooveJ the land Is unualed lee agrkultu ral UIJffle It will rroJut a bate of cotton to the acror will gruw other kind l troy raked In the temper tune TM toll nests no fenlnjert Sal glvet a yield whkhcannot uellJ et Ire low the title It perfect and the nan who toys Delta tare and timber landt at present price it making an In venment that he will never legfeL TLlsisnSlfdl vUed Intj tracts nnglnc Iron 40 acres to the tract to 11050 ides to the wart ant rrku from la reracre to 4i6 rr sae accorjlnj to Nation etc Vt ire authortied by Hit Company who owns then iandt to Stile Hut at other parka art contUtrlng Ua purchase of three Iandt that we otter these tractt eett0prior ulewltfiJraval from market or clung n pike wllhont nulke Idmever when notified they will hold any tract out of market long enovgb lot the purchjur to nuke an Inveitlgatlon About i ooo acres of this land hat teen told by the pjiny since e recHveJ tlili option further par Icuurt call aloe office No 8SA farm of arm In Csy county Ky One ant oathalf dory dwelling with sir rooms gust barn and weber outhulldlngt Sixty urn la rultltallon nun In tliulwr felt Irrei sin- Iaya well on county mid clue to churchn school etc trice only IM Alto 10 barrel null In Mercer county Ky on Salt Itlvtr Steam power new up lo date In ever parllcuUr alto R dwelt leg with ImprnvmifnU 20 norm of tine land clots to Southern railroad rIce f No tuJ4 acres of land near Crar Orchard rbeap No T0bear acre of land sad a nice one dory ilx room frauit dwitllDgla McKlnnty Ky waur works In kitchen and faulty room Uvod barn end alt unwary outbulldlnn liars well f ocd sad Is pond lieu alontnst IcW pad IIL co ramif bewaitd itwtouiy ii jiuv7or tu whol pnJe1y ho 66 Farm el US acre In Cawy tountr Two toryfiam dwtlllug two good barns sod olhtt outbulldlugt In good iTMlr OMendld tobacco land and Iti good community A bargain at j rnwdwelling In lair ooxdlUon llarnt and other out bulldlDgt On county rood splendid tobacco land well watered two welle iprlog tic This ludeilralil how Irlte llSa Wlynltbllrl0elllnll11OIn root repair 1nductteIlmeelonalandptu as4hlurhooJdw to cboo- landon t rod road 1rlre 1100 No USa room dwelllug good rellar sad II acres land hirer falling well and i rlbg IVticlog plueINo4 Two ttory Irime dwelling 7 ruoai hall and wand Onod garden fencing and bout In gond retialr For Bale or rent Price rMttonaU- No Mraruior log acre ittutted near Klngt tlllt Kyi acrea Iu culllratlon 39 la 1I1111tIInjinuMi well walereJ two iftwl outbuildings goud repair Ifwtllliigroutparatlet nw le thin Suo tardt of three churcbtt school pwtolflf and 0 b driol rro erly lira on dstnbltarnlor ti or la rrrli of not tree than 10 acrw to lull purcbewr Ibis II c rtinly cheap proftrty No HI Unllla nU mom with 20 acres laid InMoreland Uon1 bun and owe sary outbuild 2 welli In splendid orchard and 2 acts lualrawWrrlM luimnlltt tmufMlon rtICrZ9 parIleuisrsa4teeCentralbOp It Till Coiale Si Irrtl near fJ Kt scmtn Iliuber dwelllo cud trnnat Llr roLolllloaj one fuuth roll oS rlh reload by ncr tolling t ilng frlniiao No W llouMann BvtacrMof Und Io JlcKlo nry Ky Ninwar outbulldinit fencing good NI1lelwsNo ta211 urn of good had elx recess two stay dwelling will walenJ good lenctng lilt the tubutU of the ol Stanford 11110 ItJeO uhool aud ehurchet Tklt It a dNirabtt home Irlct reasonable Na37tteem foraeotupand one acre o u land In Klngivllle Kf ltrg barn amok bout reidPileNo 70 T sera of labd two dory treat tol Use teienjioouit hell etc lieu It new a good gtrtlen and tflendld orthiidol acrw teDclBg tool two iiuoit bow tie A gust welt no 1acehere b also a feet mill on the place t g of crusher In mIll It run ty nit ural rower which Ii a grselwenomyand the San- sbljooJrrpur Ulliiell thero ttj at a low Sgurer lea tt renoIbltfordw tnt 2olerolLsgesnielyfuralahed- pspcrtl aol raIDII l room ant veranda each A Late wra en mime rot trod u lIur 1111 teat- den Vacant lot adjolnlAgM fret trout byX ft deep Allot ibis ptortybin tandon uaoheyPoprisorbeenawdIn101pregeity nun b steaunt only rearm re lng proprietor detlrea to txcbattfur Latin In Lincoln county No 7lA has lour rwiM lotlai waltr It 6 iluhtn A good tiiB rual houate and a good garden hie Ho TLA small farts of Ti acre of good land located edoso la town Pile lr tto- MS acre In Allen county KOD rail road and pike about acres cnltlralcd about IS In timber and grass and about ISO la grass Tirnbur on lace It cut to II Inches but will make barrel timber Ling lee lee and cord wood enough to pay for tie place twice over A large part u teas ed There are taut dwelling of i room each and one ttutn tit IwoMorlt with room alXtiR has writ aDd npilnf of water is la al tnllrnf cuantT seat and prow tobacco curia wheat gratv etc fur Oae half- cash countyKybuilt years ago Slesbi water wr the lattvr month of tho year It U an up lodate roller mill with burr for corn and mcnl bolt TIle rnglne It of 7 Jfart root II acres with the mill IncladlDfc whit Ii with the house of room All for U211 or IS 500 for the mill and II acre One liaf mill Hat One trIOde No mitt In 10 mile No 7460 acrtt of land nnr Junction niy ul In Sects frldltacts 10 grM a nice young orchard ml oflbtrtn bar loon In keututky Iily told 2 round of T4e Ittt year Well watered anti frnting goal- 17uefo Mhool and ehnrrhee A twotlury titoom fraiuei dwelling roc1 Urn rrllaetcallIn tool rrplr Price M2M No NIt arm ol unimproved land In lies ouDly Mn IK tulle from Station on Iron Mountain rout Will toll ttchaeg fu- rpugrIi In Uniolu county Call und tee the points of miperiority in our Electric Range over any thing ever shown in the city You can not nlford to Iw without ono of these if you want good baking with littlolahor Bo sure to hco it before ypu buy oGGEORGE H FARRIS a COi I Stanford Kentuckyr P L C +