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T3x hrn 2 yJ nw i t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 29 1905 NO fitu v HIGHLAND Itomlworklng ta the order of the day Inulknen Burton expect to begin awing next week The Greasy Ilidga school begun last Monday with Caleb Newell ns teacher r Wm Fields and Charley Dawcs have bought up a lot of hogs In this vicinity JolmSpire whn bought the Jehn Baugh plactv has torn away the greats pint of tho old housu and is rebuilding Richard Young has moved Into the lien Hnugh property on tho corner J t U Floyd liar moved to tho old Hnugh placo Mrs Maggie McKenzlu whoso house and mast of tho contents burned n few nights since has moved to Mr Foxs house near Pleasant Point Mr and Mrs Foley kayo returned 7rom Bedford Ind J S Young went to London to attend tho fair und visit his son Li It Young Mrs Holiness of Illinois Is visiting her aunt Mm T W Hutchison Miss Annie McKee teacher of our school has gone to visit her hotnefolks nt Kingsvillc Mrs Southworth of Louisville spent a few days with Misses Hannah and Emma Meier who have returned from Corbin The smallpox scare having subsided Bomowhat our churches will hold ser vices nnd Sabbath school ns formerly Rev Charles Evans of Kingsville mire the pulpit of Rev Cannon nt tho Methodist church Sunday Eli Carr will preach at tho Christian church Sunday Eld Owens who served that church as pastor for 40 years or more and who is now about 85 years old will also be hero and take part in UiO seVvlccs Several of our people have been attending revival services atJum ho conducted by Rev A P Jones of london und C Sipplcs of Jumbo OTTENHEIM Prospects are good for u heavy chest nut crop this year Miss Add Gooch assisted Eld Juhn Long in his services at Pine Grove Sun dayThe pikes extending into this section have been very badly washed by tho recent hard rains which makes travel ing very uncomfortable Mrs G W Russell of Cincinnati has been visiting her sisters Meadumcfl G A Adams and A A Crutchfield Victor Hcnson who tilL been employed in tho city for somo time is paying tho homcfolks n visit Edward White Is visiting relatives at Springfield 1 M Boone Li on thesick list Andy Sprntt of Indianapolis is with his grandfather Skelton Coleman FrcJ DyhoUfo has been nil smilei since the arrival of n little girl at his homo MondayT Boonos thresher engine turned over while In the Whites Mill section breaking one wheel completely down but wo are informed that Grillm Gooch hail the wheel ready for service by the time ho got some of his hands quieted from their fright Another Good man Gono Wrong Ho neglected to take Folcyi Kidney tare nt the first signs of kidney troll ble hoping It would wear away and he was toon n victim of fl rights disease There danger In delay lintlf Foloyn Kidney Cute token at once the symptoms will disappear tho kidneys are btrongthoniil nnd you are noon sound and well A It Hns of Mor gantown Ind hUll to got up 10 or 12 tones in the night and had n KOVOIO backache and pains In tho kidneys and was ruicd by Foloys Kidney Curt Pennys Drug Store Prof L C Bosley states that next year he expects to have a largo attend anco at the Centro College Academy notwithstanding1 the fact that he had 18 graduates last year All but one or two of these Intend to enter college und will form n line nucleus for the Freshman class Prof liosley will bo assisted next year by his brother Mr J L Bosley and by Mr F P Cheek rhomas Connelley was halted by two white highwaymen while en route from Junctlon City und 450 in money was secured Mr Connelleys watch was taken but the robbers returned It to him sayinU Its not worth carrying Advocato They Appeal to Our Sympathies The billions and dyspeptic RIO con Ntunt BtilToiers and appeal to our sympathies There is not ono otthcm however who may not lx brought back to health and happiness by the use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets These tablets Invlgor ato tho Stomach and Liver and strengthen tho digestion They also regulate the bowels For sale by all druggist Fire in tho Louisville and Nashville railroad at Howell Ind destroy ed the blacksmith and boiler depart ment causing a loss of 25000 Tins office prints visiting curds at 25c for 25 35c for 50c 100 Lat eat styles Nt KINGSVILLE Horn to tho wife of Robert Smith a daughter M G Murphy has been suffering very much from n tumor which he had removed from his neck D M Creigh ton continues in about the same condi tion since being injured by n fall re cently Morris Walls continues ill with ty phoid over Squire John Singleton and fatally have had tho quarantine lifted from their home There have been no deaths from the disease nnd the sick are convalescing The sad news came that Mrs Houp of Somerset but formerly of this place was dead Deceased was about 62 years old and died of kidney trouble The re mains were brought hero and buried nt Pleasant Point A husband and largo family mourn the loss of this good wife and mother- A member of sewing machine men are stopping at tho hotel here Wm S Burch of Stanford wits hero Monday Elvredn Floyd of Somerset is visiting iiis mother here Mist Bertha Gooch has gone to Corbin to bo with Mrs J M McCarty Miss Mattlo McCowan returned to Lexington today Miss Gertie Gooch of McKinney is the guest of Mrs Etlmund other rel ative here Mrs Major Smith and little son are with relatives nt Rurgin Masters Grover and Robert Hester of near Stanford were with Dan Hester and family Mrs Fannie E Carey and little Mabel Flint have returned home after a visit nt Parts and Lexington Mrs E n Carey und Master Clifford Carey are visiting relatives here Miss es Eva and Sallie Leach of Lexington are the guests of relatives here CHURCH MATTERS It U said that Bishop Galloway of Tennessee has canceled all his engagements and gone to New Orleans to fight yellow fever Ho is an Immune Rev J W Hughes former pre dent of Asbury College Wilmore has withdrawn from the faculty of the school und will not be connected with the institution this year Rev W M Wood pastorof the Baptist church at Harrudsburg has just clotted u revival at Uruners Chapel church which resulted iu 31 additions haptlzedThu citizens of Central City have de cided to otter a situ of 50 acres of land coal for five years nnd 30000 to secure the location of tho Methodist college that is to bo built at some point in Western Kentucky Tho Cumberland River Association has been called oft this year on account of small pox in the Pleasant Point sec tion where the association was to have been held writes Mr Ed H Caldwcll who has been clerk for many years It meetIInginning Tuesday before tho first Satur day In September IDOfi Fell Dead A nisi fell dead In Chicago thuother day from heart trouble andthousandH die every day in tho same way Hut the enutio of nine out of 10 of such cases of heart trouble Indigestion The cure is Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin The explanation In that tho swollen Intlamed and engorg ed stomach presMM right up against tho heart and pit vents It from working your heart flutters palpitates pains and you aw short of breath some lose It forever Just try for those symp toms few doses of Dr Caldwolls Syrup Pepsin and how quickly it will euro you Sold by G L Penny Stanford C W Adams Ilustonvlllo at 60o und 81 00 Money hack If It falls anJudge A M J Cochran of the United States District Court nt Mays vllle adjudged the HumeCooperage Company of Richmond a bankrupt up on petition of the four banks of Rich mond lion It W Miller and Mr Walter Bennett president of tho Madison National Rank were appoint ed receivers and directed to take charge of the cooperage plant and continue its operation- S Hints To Houseworkers Nothing is there Important to tho hardworking housekeeper than to keep her liver properly working other wise that polo sallow look and tired feeling will make lice look as sick as- a dug Nothing will keep you up to tho murk without injurious stimula dons so well as Dr Caldwolls laxa tire Syrup Pepsin It is a pure liver tonlou euro for Constipation Biliousness and Indigestion Sold byG L Penny Stanford C W Adapts Ilustonvlllo at SOo und 9100 Money back if It falls Papa what is the Panama canal My son its a long line of politics extending across the isthmus of Pan amaLifc NEWS NOTES An outbreak of cholera in Manila In reported W R Vanderbilt Is laidup with gout nt Baden Baden There is an epidemic of typhoid lover In Dry Ridge Grant county James Kerrigan of Williamstown was found dead In his roomataCcorge town hotel James Snow of Grant county was crushed to death by the wheels of his threshing machine Mercer county republicans will nom- Inate a cnndidntcjfor Reprentatlvc by mnss convention on Sept 4 Q yellown Negro from New Orleans- A consumption cure discovered at n New York hospital consists of the juice of raw tuLle vegetables- J S Peterson member of the Arkansas Legislature from Dallas coun ty committed suicide while despondent over ill health Mrs Margaret Gladden of Louisville committed suicide by taking carbolic acid She left a note saying she was tired of life- Quantrells guerrillas held their nn nual reunion at Independence Mo Cole Younger the former bandit was tho central figure The examining trial of Cal Newton suspected of the murder of the two Smiths father and son In Franklin county Is set for today The Frankfort and Lexington com panies employed at Hussollville guard MaryGladderMr and Mrs Allen C Depp of Hick ory Run Pa each 40 years oldare tho parents to 23 children their sixth pair of twins having just teen born All records have been broken by the nttendancc nt the military rifle tourna ment nt Seagirt N J When the bugle sounded Friday Gel men entered for the competition Following n race war that has pro vailed for some time nt Carlisle Ind the colored Baptist church of that place was dynamited and totally destroyed Bloodhounds have been placed on the trail of the dynamiters John E Madden the noted turfman lugs been adjudged to be in contempt of the Supreme Court in Brooklyn for failure to answer questions regarding his financial ability to pay alimony and was sentenced to ao days in jail nnd fined 2V The announcement was made by Dis trict Attorney Beach that Edwin S Holmes former assistant statistician of the Department of Agriculture had been indicted as a result of the betray nl of the governments figures on the cotton crop J J C Hack and 0 IL Pollard of Jackson attorneys for McLIn Kil burn of Callcttoburg will soon file n suit for 500000 against the Con tinental Realty Company of Baltimore for alleged breach of contract in the sale of certain timber lands located in Eastern Kentucky Charles Nealis under sentence in tho penitentiary for stealing the pulpit Bible from the Baptist church at Foxford Fleming county escaped from jail by digging through n brick wall Ho escaped in n like manner three years ago and was recently captured at Mt Sterling- J E Guenther and others shippers of Owensboro have filed an amended complaint with the Kentucky Railroad Commission in which charges of ex tortion and discrimination are made against nil the roads operating in the State in tho matter of I freight rates between local points The hearing on the attended complaint will involve a review by the commission of nil local rates POLITICAL Judge C It McDowell has resigned the ollice of City Judge of Danville The Taft party will separate at Hong Kong Secretary Taft and most of the party including Representative Shcrcly will sail for tho United States on September Miss Roosevelt and others of the party will proceed to Pckin where the Presidents daughter will be the guest of the Empress Given Up To Die H Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Evansvllle Ind writes1I For over live years I was troubled with kidney std bladder affections which caused mo much pain and worry I lost llesh nnd was all run down and u year ago had to abandon work entirely I load three of tho best physicians who did mo no good and I was practically given up to dlo Foloys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and after taking the second bottlo I was entirely cured Pennys Drug Store Blair P St John of Brooklyn dorm r student of the University of Ken was drowned at Pittsburg by the capsizing of tt canoe r GEORGE B COOPER There are few ienny more popular men in Lincoln county than Mr Geo B Cooper known by his legion of friends as Thompsy No roan in our knowledge is more obliging or will go further for u friend than the subject of this sketch Mr Cooper is the democratic nominee for county clerk a luo sition which he is filling most accept ably to the thousands of people who have business in the county clerkof fee He had no opposition when last elected and If the republicans know what is good for themselves they will make no nomination for that office when they meet Sept 23 No truer or more faithful democrat lives than Mr Cooper who has given liberally of both his time and means to the furtherance of party interests lie is polite affa ble and highly competent In discharg ing his duties he is always ready to find a record or give any instructions ref erence to the detail work of the office In fact he realizes that he is a public servant arid that his time belongs to the people and he cheerfully gives It to them Mr Cooper is n married manI with eight children and we hope we not speak too frankly when we say heI needs the office Ills wife was a daugh ter of the late Mr James M Cookof Hustonville and like her father and husband is ndyedihthewool democrat Mr Cooper was born January4th 1857 and belongs to a large nnd influentialIfamily Ills ancestors came ginia and he Is the fifth of a family 11 children He Was educated at ofI tonvillo Academy and is n member the Masonic fraternity IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ward Porter of Taylorsville was killed in a runaway The Standard Oil Company was fined 250 in each of the two cases for ped dung oil without license In Garrard county Mrs David Chenault Sr of Madison county accidentally shot and killed a Negro boy with a revolver which tho boy had loaded and handed to her for an old cannon in celebra tion of his birthday Walter Chenault of Madison was badly injured by a premature explosion He may lose the sight of both Louis lIanlJ1ond Deputy Town Mar shal of New Castle shot and probably fatally wounded Lego Gingle who was running from tho officer to avoid arrest on n misdemeanor charge Detroit oil operators will probably buy the property of the Big Five Oil Co in Knox county drill new wells nnd renovate thd old ones The Standard Oil Company continues to pay rentals on immense holdings in various fields A lead zinc anti lluor spar mine has been opened in Jessamine county at Sul phur Well and work will commence at once A company incorporated 50 000 and composed entirely of Louisville men has been formed and will operate it- f n n detailed statement made to the officers of Franklin county William Newton fixes the responsibility for the murder of the Smiths at Elmville on his cousin Cal Newton now in tho Frankfort jail He says Cal Newton related to him and also to his father and mother tho story of the double murder and sought the aid of all in establishing an alibi Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A1 Nusbuum Hatcsvillo Indiana writes Lust year I suffered for three months with n summer cold so distressing that It interfered with my business I hind many of the symp tons of laity fever und a doctors prescription did not reach my case and I took several medicines which seemed to only aggravate my ease Fortunately I insisted upon having Foleys Honey and Tar anti It quickly cured mo My wife has slnco used Poles Honey und Tor with the same success Pennys Drugstore Thirteen lives are known to have been lost in the Colorado cloudburst Great Clearing Sole Tliirf sale is the beginning of n series of sales which will give tho buy ilw W ing public of this locality the greatest bargain opportunities they over had This is not the Ordinary Sort of Clearing Sale My purchases last Spring were very large the accumulation of Odds anti Ends and broken lots is naturally larger than ever before My unalterable rule is not to carry any goods over from one season to another Wo inaugurate this great selling event and invite everyone wiihln a days ride of my store to comeand join in the greatest of bargain feasts Tell your friends and iieighlwrs that Mens 815 Suits arc cut to 8109H 81250 Suits to 8808 810 Suits to 8748 8750 Suits to 548 5 Suits to 83U8 Also Youths and Boys SuitstOld Pants Dry Goods Shoes Huts und Caps Lathes and Gents Furnishings will go accordingly tl 7v SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Turnersvilie Kyf Aug 21 1005 Mr W II Higgins Stanford Ivy DKAU SII1hlle been using with success the White Lily Washing Machine I got from you for about six weeks I eau heartily mad conscientiously recommend it us n laborsaving speedy and perfect washer Indeed consider it u household jewel With a White Lily Washing Machine wash day is devoid of its horrors and consider the machine nn indisiwnablo adjunct to every housekeeper Mos W II MAHTIN W H HIGGINS Stanford Ky L L 250 NOVELS 250 IA Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Reading 3 Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILL N CRAIGDruggist and Optician The Gibralter of Rockcastle County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK- OF BRODHEAD KY Oilers to the People n SystemAccounts Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give ns your business and wo guarantee u pleasant und profitable relation Pay Jl per cert interest on all deposits of 8100 or more when left in the bank mind not qhecked upon for n period of six months 1 J W HUTCHESON CashierJIou Hello McKinney J 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 dept- hSa H ALDRIDGEr i Photo 118 Depot St Stanford Ky i JC511ey q Fi r The Interior Journal I E C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For Kepretentattve i J M ALVER8ON For County Judge R C WARRENt For County Attorney W 8 BURCH For Sheriff VT JEFF HILL Sit For County Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Aiseisor W A CARSON For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON y For Jnller W HERRIN TUB editors of tho Danville News one an orator who would put old De r mosthenes in a jealons frame of mind if he were alive today the other a brass button soldier and a juvenile politician have worked themselves up to a fighting point because the INTERIOR JOURNAL does not think Danvillo the greatest town ever In fact the rage of these two great is so terrific that they can neither recall the name of Stanford nor of this publication Per haps tis fortunate that they can not e they might come to this place and wipe the I J man off the earth But this is neither here nor there We have sal that Danville is not the biggest city in the union and by the eternals we propose to stick to it Tis true it has f great moral engine in the News a pa per known from Willow Grove to Per I ryville and from Junction City to Ato ka whose editors have built monuments to the illustrious dead and fit bled and died for their country but admitting t all this we are yet forced to believe that there are other cities in these United States besides Little Britain which to r Bay the least of it is a good quiet sleepy town a delightful place to rest and recuperate an ideal summer resort t where Dix river water can be had for the asking and blind tiger liquor may be obtained if you know the ropes About Mr Yerkes lectures we know not nor do we care However we know that the News never misses an oppor tunity to blow Mr Yerkes horn loud and long and the umbilical cord between the commissioner and Messrs Embry and Richardson is so tight that when Mr Yerkes takes a pinch of snuff the above famous pen pushers almost sneeze their heads off t THE burning at the stake of TomI Williams a Negro for attacking a white t the Statewoman was commended at convention of Negro Baptists of Texas Rev Jackson of Dallas declared that if any action were taken by the con vention in reference to the lynching a I t resolution should be adopted commend 1ing the whites Other pastors asserted j Negroes aided the whites in thej i icapture of Williams Every lawabid J was said to be in favor of lynch law in cases of the kind The convention refused to adopt resolutions denouncing the burningtf lJAMES G Woodward Atlantas as the ref ItMunicipaltacked Mayor Mayor Woodward has been a source of continual annoyance to the good people of the magnificent Southern city of Atlanta Only a year or so ago het barely escaped being impeached for 1V drunkenness and other unbecoming conduct He should be ousted from office p d q kea A COMBINATION of hotel men whole sale butchers and restaurant keepers i a has been organized at Chicago to fight the beef trust Two plants one CDstf ing 150000 and the other 300000I eare in course of erection and a third f to cost 500000 is contemplated This tisthe surest way to down the trust and it is a wonder the work has not begun t sooner It could pay the same price for the beef as the trust does and make u mint of money retailing meat at a y priceilKACCORDING to the following sent from Sergeant Mrs Carrie Nation is not in it in the saloonsmashing bus iness with this woman Mrs Mary Jones aged SO a mountain woman of the Knottcounty border who has fought the liquor question for years went to a nearby saloon of the blind tiger kind and with great strength turned it over- a 30 foot embankment into the waters i of Troublesome creek Xi Jot BLACKBURN is going to have the fight of His life in Kentucky and the general impression fe that he will be laid away among the moth balls says the Memphis CommercialAppeal which keeps tab on Kentucky politics and knows whereof it affirms The days of old Joes political life are rapidly draw iBcto a closer I TUB State fair to be held at Lexing ton Sept 1823 will issue no compli mentaries and the chances are the crowd will not be up to the average Suffice it to say thedeadheads will not be there and as their room on such oc casions is better than their company we think the move to cut out comps is not a badone Tim republicans ofMontgomery coun ty have nominated a Negro named Botts for coroner and the log cabin vote ers are as sore as boils over it Sambo is all right for voting purposes butwhcn he wants office his white mendS IjY kick like steers WILLIAM A YOUNG was nominated for Representative Saturday in the democratic primary in the BathRowani legislative district Sharp by a majority of 859 Another vote for Paynter for U S Senator- HUSTONVILLE Miss Lizzie Phillips of Liberty was visiting her aunt Mrs Wm Myers Lou Russell was severely injured last week at Stringtown by being struck on the head by Nat Leach Mrs Capt Fidler and Mrs KatoTer hune of Bradfordsville spent several days with Mrs F M Yowell Cowan McCormack shipped one car of butcher cattle and one of shippers last week for which they paid 3 to JJc Mrs Kate Culbertson of Covington was with relatives here Miss Ann El lis of Stanford was the guest of Mrs John A Blain James Williams who was severely injured by a heavy sill striking him in the side is able to be up but is by nor means recovered The next session of the graded school will begin Monday Sept 11 under die rection of Prof Eubank with the same assistants as last year M E Allen Co of Danville pass 1ed through here Saturday en route home with a large lot of butcher cattle bought in this and adjoining counties Miss Mamie Rawlings of Danville U the guest of Miss Susan Frye Mrs Arthur Estes of Somerset has return ed home from a visit to friends in Ca seyThe republican convention of this Senatorial district will convene in Al corns Opera House on Sept 16th to nominate a candidate for State Senator Mrs L A Carson has in her posses sion a ladys black Panama jacket she foundon the black pike last week The owner can get it by calling at her real dence gradedIschool tax is now due and desires all parties concerned to take duo notice and govern themselves accordingly Dr Carl Wheeler leaves this week for a sixmonths study in one of the best institutions in New York after completing which a few months will be spent in Europe thus himself for the most difficult specialties known to the medical world A rare bargain in a 120acre blue grass farm two miles from town with eight room house tworoom tenant house good barn granary coal buggy and smoke house Never failing water in grass but nine acres 52 per acre if you will call in 30 days W R Williams Circus shows draw large crowds They advertise well and long before day Dont wait until Ute people ire ready to buy fall and Winter goods Advertise now and when they are ready to buy they will know what town to goo and when they get to town what tore has the goods See Dr Hawkins Bishop who recently graduated in Louisville was offered and has accepted a guarantee of over 100 per month to practice his profession at he mining town of McGuffey on the C S railroad about 30 miles south of Somerset Dr Bishop left Monday to be ready to take charge Sept 1 Mrs McCarty sold to Sam Bell the Tom Jasper house at Mt Salem and five acrea of land for 1000 This sale indicates an advance of 25 per cent in the pirce of property there caused by striking gas there James Yowell sold pair of threeyearold mules to Bur- ette Powell for 225 and a pair of two yearolds for 240 Mrs J W Lockridge and children of Williamsburg were guests of Mrs Wm Myers Little Louise and Frank Oldspn gave a delightful water melon fete to their friends on Friday evening from 8 to 10 Music games and a cake walk were some of the features greatly enjoyed and will long be re membered Bessie Frye secured the pretty souvenir prize in the cake walk Messrs Morse McKinley have con tracts for the erection of two buildings on Main Street west of the Emporium Work will be pushed to early comple tion One of the buildings the fouuda tion of which is nearly completed will be a twostory business house with office rooms above reached by an outside stairway and the building will be cased with brick or metal The other will be a model of modern architecture for liv ing purposes containing seven rooms with every convenience known forcom fort and health Watch us grow At the Presbyterian church on Wed nesday at 10 A M Miss Nelle Adams of this place arid Mr Rodman Keenon of Frankfort were united in marriage Rev Dr Hunter of Harrodsburg offi elating The musical program was charmingly rendered by Miss Melle Hopper ably assisted by Miss La Verne Bruce of Louisville who is quito a tal ented violinist The ushers were Messrs Moore Robards and VunArsdale ofI Harrodsburg and Adams of Huston ville The bride wearing a love ly gown of tan chiffon taffetas with hat to match and carrying a bouquet of white roses entered the church on tho arm of her brother Mr J B Adams preceded by her maid Miss Frances Adams L who was becomingly gowned In white and carried pink roses She was met at tho altar by the groom who was attended by Mr Chatham of Harrods burg Following the beautiful nnd im prcsslve cerem my an elegant luncheon was served at the home of the bride after which Mr and Mrs Keenon left for an extended trip On their return they will be at home in Frankfort The bride is a charming girl and tho groom a rising young politician Their popu larity Is fully attested by the number of lovely Jlr ents they received among which was u handsome one from Gov Beckham Yellow fever onditiusat New Ori leans continue to improve and it is generally accepted that the crisis there iias been passed- A man to be W Rowen of Sublette Ill committed suicide in a church during services at Minneapolis- Dr Pennington thewell known Lon don dentist was thrown from his rig and badly hurt in a runaway John Williams of Cahokia fell from the trapeze bar of a parachute and was killed The Danville Oil Company of Gar rard county was incorporated with a capital of 5000 John S Wells drug store at Danville was slightly damaged by fire The wife of Wm Milburn is dead at Danville aged 24 James Wilkerson county detective of Fayette is dead Calla and DlarreaRemedy 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 a place in many households MrW T Taylor a merchant of Winsloxv Ala writes 1 have 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 Nor sale by all druggists w l o v 0c2 U tI Qa J = s = CLQ os C7- vQCJ v tw 18 = QaQCJ ICotcr O wmrut i H Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court u O King tit nt 1lalntlir vi H King etal Defendant Notleo of Huh Ill r un nt to a Judgment of tho Lincoln circuit court rendered In the move tyled nctlonnt tliu Keliiuary terinltA tlto under lened Matter loner of tmld court will on MOXUAY HMIT II lists Htitwwn tilt hours of mid i r In front or KylIutt bidder tilt riiil ustate which U hereinafter dCKcrllKHl Tlio xalil real uxtnto coiihlstx of u fnnn mid brick reiddeneo thereon located In Lincoln county on thewntersollluugbsg Fork nliout four union from Stanford mud iilxHit nix Milieu front Danville Ky Tin sale or thIN hind was dw creed for the purpose of dlvlMon among tho owner Tho hind Is lumnded on the North by tilt Htiinrord Dunvllli turnpl Ito rend on thin Hunt liy tilt Hanging Fork of Dlx Hirer on the Hotithhy tliu hind or White mill Huoemiiker und on the Went liy tliu InndHof 111 HitwklniicoiitnlnlnKllliicrei two rood shut toles of hind for u moro particular deHcrlptlon of which reference is mado to hook pago ti deod took pageS lid deed page allIn tlu otllco of theelcrk of the Lincoln county court The wile will lie outdo on credit of 0 nod 18 months of the purchase prlco to ho duo mill payalilo nt tliu end of each of tho period of time nforenald and thin purchaser will be required to give and for the purchase price tvctirlty and bearing Interett nnnllmlromdateGEO B SAUFLEY Me L0C- r I GetiL mnWe have al pretty fair stock of TwoPiece Suits left and we want to make a price that will make them go to do that we cut them as follows t f 5 Suits Reduced to 375ls 750 Suits Reduced to 5V 10 Suits Reduced to 7t 1250 Suits Reduce to 8 A few pairs of boys long pants in the old fasl1 ioned Blue Cottonade reduced from 50 to 35c These are clean new fresh uptodate goods Not old stuff at all V Ir tH J MRQBERTS STRMFORDo j 50 REWARD I will give Kit reward for tnfqrmnUon lend 01 n t dllrk 0rJtIIItldlllllr1alld high Itomiiu nor black Ulant was tolrn July huh and convictimt of thu thief or will s1s- return of the col- A thoHtatPorierittnndlng nwnrd of torn horse thief u win w i oar time lifter tht one J KCOOK IMOSAtttnncelhoneI Lexington NEW LIVERY STABLE IVlII a CLA1UtSONlrcn UNCTION CITY KY flrttCla Turnout at ReatonabU Rattt Attention to Traveling Mm Grain and nay For Bis FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Form contain M acre of Innd In goo cultivation mllrs fruits Crab chnnlOnlrtnenterplke 3ncre In mead In 1 fine pinion o chunlctc Tho Improvement omtUt und very 0 It house or utx room tOOIIIKllr ChJtrn nt iloor Herviinft Rlld III Iuod rOil room Will dllIOf Hptrndldstnbleendlwocribt tell privately nos Cruhorehlnl Ky Small Farm For Sale detlre to tell farm of ffitncrv of land fn vnnu from Frank Him Olympian It has n flute wall or nlhwral Wllter- RI th following nnalyIl by stilt eolllt 174 grub The WIIIlrwill how IIIIIII- Ilyof ur wild lnntter prr gallon contldlug uIII Ill dUIII chlnrldcead send magnrlulu some ctllclulll IIthllllll curio Iron andoototrnccsof p writeImrualn to1OMIhHulslnKy McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Mnnufocturrraof LinteysFlatmr- lalnnketandYarn fiend us your eke wool In eichnnR for work nllowlnl 1lorlllllIonlAKent Dripping Springs F 0 Crab Orchard Xy This delightful old Hummer retort le now In goodTIlt building uroopwn toe writer h flno nml the tublo lintnape nlifirii nfInes HnrrlOJtt MJItr II lInlll tht kitchen which lnlllll toud cntlnK Clood Itllhl nllli horeo well cant bur tutu wick WrIUato KHKIHIIKUerabOrchnrdKy MoKJNNEY ROLLER MILLS McXinnoy Ky having bought tliu McKinney Holler IIIU and keuurtd the kvrvlce of Mr W M Iud I feel warrantcricuced millerIerarnn uxt the public u mill kecond to Ined otrerluggglto Thonono or Irun1themachinery good pro duct It oecoiid to none In this uter cinlty I will tlon OllllOlllllrllllllnrII nil kind which I 110 will tell at the lowest market price Hay ccdEtcnlwny sintook I wont to buy your wheat ami will pay you the hlghot cash for JHMUUlHY McKInncyi THE VERDICTHcre- rndoor I window icreon anti Hcrceii inir Blue IIIIIII 11Ickleut Oil Ntove ljic Curtllll1l Hhudce Poles ExtenIon Portlerre- untalnItlretchenLnrpetMlrelcller lirrick ycruh noor h1 VnfliIndowRIIII MoUldlnllaMllhOlnU JUIIIIIM New IInd strict vu you can nmpsontethln Id rurimuii wo nvriiiM do not keep lOad Liv end niggle and feed Kxcellent undertaking niiilpinent Plenty horses and feed Tiring done Pruitt Brothersilorelond Ky t 1SchoolI all kinds of School Supplies is ready for you We are headquarters in this I linen I iPENNYS DRUG STO- RETStenfor Kentucky IIthingif you want good baking with little hihor Bo euro to it beforoyou hay OEOROS H FARRIS A CO Stanford Kentucky Iifif t i Jo Y Yi New Fall Ginghams We have just receivedtuts placed on sale GOO yards of new Fall style in the wellknown Toilc dn Nord Ginghams They come itt lurk rich plaids niul email check and figure all designs ROt heretofore shown You nro never Pnpplltcluhlut the wear of Cinghnms Tho price is only1212c per yard Wool Remnants When looking far Boincthing to make n phlllJIIIJdrtIImt forgot about our wool remnants 1 nh n h SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY ITANFORv KY Auci 2U 100 rrJI Wr have n now stock of box papc thnt will Interest you New shapes nn minlltle ienny s Drug Store PERSONALS MR L It HtiGHKs Will nt Winches tcr Saturday Mrs DltJ M BLACK of Knoxvlll is with relatives here MR ANn Mns J T HJNOAMBN wen in toubville last week Miss IKAnu HISHFR of Covington with Mrs N W Fowlc- WAUUEN S EUHANK of Hustonville was with his little friends here Mn K M NEWLAND spent hut week working insurance In Mercer Miss BBTTIB HIGGINS of Crab Orch Ir aril Is with Mrs James F Cummins MRS A C SINK and Miss Minnie Sino are visiting relatives In Pendleton MISB ETTA MUELLER who has had typhoid fever Is rapidly convalescing Miss CYNTHIA BECK orders her pape changed from Chicago to Raton New Mexico TilE U D C will meet with Mrs W Alcorn this afternoon at 230 oclockMR AND slits K P FAJIRELL of t 1 Lexington are at Crab Orchard Springs MRS S P STAOO of Fayette Is vis ItlnR Miss Ophelia Chancellor and ot- heI friends here MM JOHN W HASTIN won the blue tlo In the best lady driver ring nt the London fair liON Cit HAROIN Commonwealth Attorney was here yesterday en route to Lancaster aMa JOHN W BASTIN of Pituburg I spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs J D llastln WILL A WELLS of Carlisle aspen ing the week with his cousin Julian Fowlc at Rowland MRS J U HOLDERMAN and children of Somerset were guest of Mr and Mrs Henry HolJcrman Mns D B EOSIISTON of Louisville Iy has returned home after a visit to friend uL Crab Orchard Till Record says that Mr J h Nevius is erecting a cozy cottage on Water street in Lancaster liON G A LACKEY went up to Mlddlvsboro yesterday to visit his daughter Mr S W Givens MRS UU88EL1 DIU4N and children were the guests of Mr and Mrs Win Dillon during the London fair MRS JAMES BELL of Louisville who have been vlsltimr Mrs John 7 Spoon amore returned home yesterday w MRS JUUA FljOYD and Miss Minnie Camden of Eubnnks were guests of their sister Mrs Garland Singleton Miss MARY GARNBTT who has been visiting her sister Mrs J S Rice left Saturday for her home at Cave I City JOB T EmmY attended the Colum bin fair Ho was engaged by thonsso elation ns ono of tho permanent judges Mils U U SIMPSON who has been sick is very much Improved Mr Lee Stone of Stanford was n visitor t hereCentral Record t Mas LUCY GARDNER who has been with Mesdames Luther nnd WII Un derwood left Saturday for her home nt Montgomery City Mo J U MESSRS D H SIOONAMORK Snrtaln Elijah and Sam Spoonamore went to Cincinnati Sunday contained SATURDAYS CourierJournal n handsome picture of Miss Susie Saunders of this place who is visiting Miss Linn Kennedy at Somerset MRS EUNKST WARREN of Middles boro is down to bid her brother Dr Guy Ballon farewell before he goes to f Toledo 0 to hang up his shingle Crab Orch Miss MARY WILSON of aril who Is teaching school at llighland writes us that she opened with 35 nnd that her school Is progressing t 1pupils MR J 11 VANHOOK brought his little daughter01i1 Crow up from Uurnsldo yesterday to enter her at the which be Male and Female NYfriends of Robert Saufley clerk for C I who has been prescription regret to i S Porter for some time learn he has resigned his position with Mr Porter to accept a similar ono In Cleveland Ohio We know of no man who has made as many young timo as has Mr friends In a short Saufleyylie will leave as soon as a nun to flit his lace Somerset Journal I siclIwife and son nt Franklin MRS SIM MIDDLKTON of Crab Or Gray chard Is with her daughter Mrs S1 MR GEORGE D WEATIIERKORH who is III at Hustonville Is doing as well as could be expected UKS REmand lirown operated on Dr W N Craig for abscess Sunday and the patient is doing nicely Mud L E MATTHEWS and children of Stillwater O T are with Mrs Wilcher at Mr Levi Myora Miss NANCY BAILEY will leave this week to attend the Corn mercial College Louisville MRS A G EASTLANU who has been tho guest of Mr Geo D Hoppers family returned to Louisville yesterday MRS W S HBAZLBY and Miss Lizzie Bcazlcy have left Los Angeles Cal to visit relatives here and at Lancaster TAYLOR HOUSE has rented Mrs M E Phillips farm for next year Friends of this good citizen gladly welcome him back to Lincoln MBSDAMES P L HECK and Thomas McHcath and children of Marcellus and Hcdgeville respectively are attend ing tho Somerset rail MRS OSCAR HUFFMAN and little baby of Danville who have been visiting her parents at Highland returned home yesterday MRS J J Joss and children of Brooklyn and Misses Leila and Mar garet Lovcll and Elizabeth Adams ofI Mt Vernon are guests of Mrs V Rock MRS H P HAWKINS has issued in vitations to n card party next Wednesday morning beginning at 10 oclock at her country home on the Stanford pike Advocate LOCALS READ in another column the adver tisement of tho Gordon School fur Dos Tan Grafters defeated Maywood Saturday in a 13 inning game by a score of 9to7FoR hav two dwellings on West Main Street Possession Jan Mark Hardin CANNEL coal Glen Mary and Jcllico coal See me before you buy W S Wighum Moreland TIn home of Micnjah McKenzie near Highland burned some days ago but the news did not reach Stanford until Friday MR JOB E CLAUNCH has bought the interest of his partner Mr W F Tom linson ir the gents furnishing business at Somerset ALL persons having claims agpinst the estate of John Bright Jr Co and John Bright Sr ate notified to present them to mo properly verified atone J B Paxton trustee IDn POWIIATAN P TltUEHEART who used to live here but who is now a leading physician of Sterling Kansas has built a magnificent hospital and training school for nurses there Mn J M MCCARTY formerly of Kingsvillc has rented Hotel Corbin from Mr Cyrus Gover and is now mine host of It Mr McCarty has had con siderable experience in tho hotel busi ness and should do well in the thriving town of Corbin MR H P HAWKINS hasjust corn pleted n tobacco barn 150 feet long and- o feet wide Last Spring he built a stock barn of about the same dimensions Lincoln county has no more progressive farmer nor citizen than this splendid gentleman MR GEQRaK D WEAKEN handed us n Macon Ga paper Saturday contain hnnds1Captford is the new mine host The older residents will remember that Capt Owens ran the Carpentnr House here for several years THE Q C will run an excursion to the Somerset fair Thursday and Friday The train will leave Danville at 730 each morning passing Moreland nt 755 McKinney at 805 Kings Moun air 820 and Waynesburgat826 arriv- Ing at Somerset at 9 oclock Return- Ing it will leave Somerset at 6 r M Greatly reduced rates will be given for the round trip All Eyes and All Efforts Toward Fall and Winter 1905C from this time forward in this store For the past three month we have been searching the markets for the newest and beet goods to be found in this great America of ours They arc begin niug to arrive and wo will offer ndw goods for early Tall wear and school clothes from this date I j CALL and see our new electric ranges George H Farris CLAY HUDDLE n good old darkey or the Turnersvillo section died and was buried Sunday nFOR SALuA good stock er genera merchandise in best town In Southern Kentucky Box 142 Somerset Ky I HAVE received my Kali and Winter samples and will be glad to have yoi call and see them II C Rupley Ta lor 2t TilE Somerset fair begins today and continues until Friday If you cant all four days you had better go the last three any way MR AMBROSE BUFORD an uncle of MM Adelia Woods of this place and well known hero where he lived at one time died at Covington and was buried at Lancaster yesterday afternoon AT Lancaster yesterday the will of Mrs Margaret Woods mother of Mrs J C Hays of this place was probated After making a few minor bequests Mrs Wools asks that her property be divided equally among her three chil dren REMEMDER the John Goode farm will be sold Saturday Sept 2nd at the premises Improvements first class the land the best J milctof Hustonville churches and Graded School Nc town tax for 20 years portion of farm available for town lots MR JOHN DOWNER entertained a few friends at their home on East Main Street Saturday night in honor of their brother Mr Aifrei Downer who has just returned fron the U S Army The evening was spent in old fashioned games and ever ono enjoyed it greatly EVANS Mr George W Evans oC the East End died at the home of his daughter Mrs J H Hutchings in Boyle aged 78 He was born tn Pulas ki but came to Lincoln county many years ago and had since made one of its very best citizens Ho was a gen erous kindhearted man and friends allover Central Kentucky are grieved at his death Besides his daughter Mrs Hutchings two sons Messrs Henry W and George W Evans both of Kansas City survive him The funeral services conducted by Rev W IFDor gan took place at the Hutchings resi dence after which the remains were in terred in the Lancaster cemetery TilE killing of George Farris n lumberman of Grays Knox county near the Laurel county fair grounds is causing great excitement says a Lon don dispatch Virgil Bowers colored of Altamont the confessed slayer is in the London jail Louis Bledsoe colored and Jim Hale have made affidavits that Bowers shot Farris because ho failed to speak to him after ho had spoken to Farris saying Ill make you speak H The men were strangers The dead man was left alone till morning and when found had been robbed but not by his slayer The Negros friends say he was crazy The jail is well guarded to prevent lynching Sheriff Baughman received a telegram Friday to look out for flowers who once lived near Maywood and that officer made a search for him Friday night Bowers was arrested neat Pittsburg Saturday FATAL ACCIDENT Miss Dollio Vu noy aged 24 daughter of Mr C Va counIItylumbia yesterday morning and instant ly killed her neck being broken In company with her sister Miss Mary scvIreturn trip when the horse became frightened and ran at a terrific speed throwing the occupants of the buggy to the ground resulting in Miss Va noys death Miss Mary escaped with n few bruises Lost year Miss Vanoy attended the Indianapolis Oral School with a view to qualifying herself for a teacher and would have returned to that institution next week had not the ruthless hand of death been laid upon her Mr J N Menefee a close friend of her family went to Columbia yesterday and accompanied Miss Vanoys remains to McCormacks church whero she held n membership and where af ter short services at 4 oclock this afternoon they will be laid away in their final resting place TRY our 1901 Washing Machine for best results George H Farris Tim Grafters defeated the Crab Or chard base ball team 6 to 0 here yesterday A COLORED boy named Willio Roe died of pneumonia and was burled Sun day Tim meeting at tho Christian church will continue through this week There have been three additions Rev O ML Huey will preach at the Crab Orchard Baptist church Friday and Saturday nights at 730 GOOD milk cow two years ohl part Hereford and giving 26 gallons of milk per day for bale Mrs Dan Cooley Stanford Tim republicans of Boyle at a meeting Saturday nominated J Harvey Minor of Perryville for county judge A candidate for Representative will be named later A J RICE of Garrard has bought W W Withers interest in the paper business in Lexington and will move over from Garrard The newrfirm will be Sink McCarty Rice Small Farm Wanted I desire to rent n small farm of 25 to 3i acres not eiceedlngZ or a miles from either Htniitonl or Danville Kiirni must Iw well Improved and prefer It lielng on pike Hpur Kton Hymp on Mlddlehurt Ky Farm For Rent Jy farm of ill acres ono mile from Ural Orchard known Wlilt Montgomery dce If acres Corn go In cons and remainder In wheat ranch field watered 1onKesslon Jiill1 IIAVIIIHTIIKKT Crab Orchard Ky Small Farm For Sale I will sell privately my farm of 35 acres moruor less on OllliertH OIihtrluCrerktatlou ioodtinxnndwell liiK and outbuildings KviTlurtlng water for lurthtr jxirtlculiim wrlto to or rail on J W UN IlIherts Creek Ky Farm at Private Sale I Knrm containing nerd land In ROOtI Into of cultivation Ji rally from HiiHton vllli on MlddleburK pike Rood ilwflllnK containing nix rooms In very Rood plllr Hood cUtern all necenwiry outulhlllllli UttyKyTwo Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale I diulro to hell prlvntely two IIOUMS In Cn Orchard Om b n house of a room with 611erds of ground Two Rood luring uplindld outbuilding Tim other a hou of a rooms mutt about ono hereof land HtiuiU hen house etc Moth rc ldencfn tire comparatively new Ward Moore Crab Or ctuitil Ky FOR SALE The Jim Walker liven farm of Ia acres of fertile land with good Improve menu and plenty of water the year round AlMiut Ito iicren In gross now It Ilex 1U milVestuf McKlnney and Join thu lamb of Main OwciisK1TunucrA II McKIn ney and Col hull AnderHin It front mxm the turnpike and Houthern It It mud In Right of n hchoolhoUNe A bnrgnlnforhome one Term very on y liVUI AlrollX Agent llUktoiiyllie Ky y4 PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public cnK nt my Ixirn upo die tho Jilt Colley place near Mlllcdgeville on T11UItSnAY HIlT II The following descrll d proiierty Hoime dud lot In Mllledguvllle wit tiered of land morn or lessj also u stun rooI IuuetlouUltr now occupied by the post tluetelephuneexchntige AC 15 ncrrH of corn seven twoyeiirold two ell Ill and one mule roltSI brood mnre i ml Iketnvs01Iltpltllwnllktrlilndcr1 Chilled Dine fttrldnglIuwsnndutherllligs too nmiieroiiH to mention ml known mtdryof wile W 116111 JOSH MIIKHlgevllle Ky Col J I handler Auctio- neerCommissioners SaleMncotn Circuit Court Horrvman Mooru IMnlntlirvti MVMoore iidmrx ft til iMfendants olleuofHule 1urnuant to n lodgment of the Lincoln court rendered In the ulxive ktyled action at n clhl Angunt term iuitheun iler lgned Comnilisroncr of wild court l I- IJIONUAYNMITIIItt5 Uetween and Irl pMlnfrohtof thy court hun door In Htnnfonl Ky sell lit pullllo tiulcry to thu highest and IKHI bidder the following deBcrlbed real estate sltuattnl In tho town of McKinney Ky towit What Is commonly known as the Verandu Hotel nrutHrty of which tho following Is the lit John M Hubble fSrSnItlience Si 7SH W trout hU feet to K H l84 fee- tnthebnckstrcettllenco jixW about II- UftJt to hobbles corner JllflK W SV eettotholMglnnlng rue object of this nle In toslltlsfitho debt idludged the plalntlll for 0 Interest thereon at costslThe side will Iw on n nonths and the purchaser will required oglvo hand for the price with good security payable to tho Commissioner tearing Interest 0 the rate of percent per annum from date of sale until paid CEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C rMs Zeigler Shoes Ladies desiring fashionable footwear should eeo the new Fall styles in this wellknown make of shoes fhe kind that dont disappoint you Cottons and Sheeting If you arc going nway to school you will need Sheets Towels Spreads Underwear Hosiery Gloves Corset Jacket Fall Weight Shoes Remem ber our stock embraces nil these and the prices are low and qualities are best F r I Fall Styles Worn ens Shoesit We call special attention to our line of 2 Shoes for Women This line is made over the same lasts as our 3 and 350 Shoe They are superior both in Style and in Quality to any other Shoes sold at this price If they are not we do not want your money We show many styles See them and make your own compari sons Ask to see our line of 2 Shoes for Women CUrirHNSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky To popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being added J G Weatherf ord Co HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will be convinced that they can feather your nestum i DANVILLE SHOE STORE Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well Lanier DANVILLE = KENTUCKY jtrrr Our store is now fist tilling up with nn elegant lino of liens Womens and Childrens Shoes for Fall and Winter Wo have just what you want in uptodate styles for the young mid comfort and ease for the ngcd George P Crow Salesman Eclipse Shoes 1 350 and 4 Per PairtI11 Nave just received our Falland Winter Stock in nil the different leathers Young men are especially invited to cnll and see otirline W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky t L Interior Journal I l1V iq tilt Post Office at Stanford a ela natter- PU11LTM10U TUKMUAVH ANI FIUU- WIflOOPER AT YEAR CASK pw When noteo p111 tJOO will be charged NOTICE Hw A Grime unit tl llnlnos for kinds of CRrt1t1ntrrln11lIllIlInll mid lIIlr fussing Knt Ufnctlon UunrunttMtl ll ri taiifor- dXUMBRELLAS ito cocered and repaired and made almoi for a amount I cai- Ex M good as new your umbrella bettor than the tramp repairers and for less money GIve mo a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately OMy house and 10 acres of land situate Just outside of Lawn Umlts on the Sornene house has 7 rooms kitchen and sr j grants room ood colla stable nod aU necessary oatbulldingwater Ujdrant the yard one for InlJ P BAILEY INSURANCEMtorm IU RndFIW IIgblnlng thu HTHONOtcT ant- HIsTContlutnlcelteptesented IoWlt OI 4 ilhlK Itnt iUiiiiri lnlngJIc crdXInequnllMl Talk wWi MAHONY Stanford Kentucky d r HoMiUiiev riioue No 8J The New Mason Hotel RATES f200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOABS Proprietor Lights In every room t RefumisheJAndunderenUreNew Management Bob the favorite putter meet ill trains ReA JONES Dentist- 5TANFORDKENTUKY OHice in Myers House Parlor Pnone No1 r JIHr IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv flood Livery Service at Keasouablo Rate Gall on us on Depot Street Alto Dealers In r Ooal E D Peyton DKALEH IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BeD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Kv Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is foliated Morass ou commission stock Puns In Connection WeH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY Tho Latest in Jywnlry Never UutUlus Watcliis nnil Clocks In Mock Dar1 Traxjlor rDtALxaIK Whisk Brando Wines Beer Gloars Etc Carpenter Oloia to DepotSTANFORD KI Prompt nl pollta attention Nothing but the bt la drink Mall phone cr telegraph order rtcelvi prompt attention Training School for Boys at North MlddletownBourbonCounty Building wfll adopted HlttmtloiiKiiull tut End luMilthfult Iiilliiiiicc thc Ixmt no of Hnfost drillteDUcIplIno klml u Holiool of Reform for vlclolH boys but u clirUtlun hone for good l oyH Uuly a limit ed iniiiilxT tnkiMi Nosslon iMgln Hcpt 5 lOtti For iirtlculiiriiiiddrcx esMIITOSELWOTFlrhwllulaid M NnullryUla rrnce- TatphndPlllhuuMetrrituceNtnuronl Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why tyiy ready made ciotulng when there IB so little difference iu the price ol high grade ready made auiti nod a tuit made to jout measure taken by an ox perlenced tailor I have a handgomo flue of goods I can make from a low pried buainesa suit to the floeet dress cult Also Spring overcoats and trous ers The company I represent Is one ol the beet I also have a line goods I for those who prefer it H OBUPLEY the Taller a t A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oflico over MclloberU Drug Store iu the Oslo Building Jesse W Sweeney raorafETOU Livery root and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to- TJstffTfeiTrtTEHfOnKblo TBteg RESTORATIVE1 CURES Ine NERVOUS DEBILITY world admlrr i men who arc rrreng la pbjilfmental and nrrre tore men of trnbltlon n an rtoaat magnetism the true trr iotirrrrrtmiihorHl H vrtopmeenttndmikirlfewetinhungsal hreltbl unt rcrrwa NERVIGOR Inane i slum Calm HrnNtrxu obllllr rolling Mimrr wo- knw Prtru n stpftant and abet Cronblrdat to overwork moklnircinitf tiblt and other pure Make rich hfUhy blood lidrrplr viutoil taresjinillr root for wnmrn Hooklrt free 11 toho elafnrSoopotreHutlthareua- nteetorrrnotIfhntrnrMoebene tn4 Perms MEDICAl ASSOCIATION CHICAGO 5 A run BALE AT PESNTS DOUG arena POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting belting or any kind of trea passing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Rclchenbcch Bros FredVonOrnenlanAlbertVonOrnenlKan Fred VonAllman Fred Raumann Alfred Simpson Gedr a Uolmes Miss Mattte II tiewesRelchenbaclu Charles Oummtnt Jos DMlou A O Dunn S M Helmet W K Amon W K Dnnpherty M J Hoffman M D Elmore Peter W barter J Kerln Carter J E Bruce W F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn John II Oamcnlich Sam Tr1wbrldlte A D Root Charles Ensilln Frank Conifer Mrs W O Welch Ieter Balmer JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them n Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e tceaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IIarnes3Saddlery tSc STANFORD KENTUCKY Cfllco lbono 107 tome Phone 35 DONT THINK Of Going on Your Vacation Without rnrrylng with yon n bottlo of that genus root II III hcallns rciawly Paracninph First Alii to tho Injured For quickly reltorln Sunburn Clmflns Soro Feet Sore JIuwles Insect Bltai and for Hooping Jlowmltos away from you rjiruwunpli Is unequalled You will find Iaracaiarh far more useful on your vacation than witch hazel lotions and such remedies HUc wiRe tar Letter to t YJtot take along tho bcst 7Jion Iuracaiuph is applied It jwnotrnfjs throurh tho pores to the Interior cells drawing out all fever Boronoss and Inflainumtlon promptly so make your vacation pleas tnt l y taUlnj n bottle of ParacampU along Sold only In tae toe and 100 bottles at all good drugglsts Tho Para jflnjpli Co Loulsvlllf Ky Ur s A FOB BALK BT W N CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford KT t tjJ FARMERSDEPARTMENT F L Thompson bought 65 ewes last week at 3GO Mark Hardin bought eight bcifera oC Bright Fcrrill at 2Jc FOR SALE Sow and four pigs AU good ones This office J C Slays sold to Thompson Mc Alister 43 shoats at tie Coulter White sold to D C Allen n bunch of stock hogs at pjc J H Smith sold to George Spoon more n harness gelding for 150 James McKechnie sold to Burton of Burnside five cars of hay at 10 Foil SALELO bushels of hill onion sets at John T Blanks Hubble Bourbon county tobacco crops ure said to have been badly damaged by recent rains Hubble Eubanks bought 26 cotton mules at Dr Burdett Ramseys salo in Garrard at 11C J W Adams sold the two marcs nnd mule colts advertised in this paper to J M Pettus for 250 Twentyfour horses were killed by 1 Louisville and Nashville passenger train at Kdgcfleld Junction Tenn F L and Frank Thompson huc bought the Sam Duddorar farm neall Goshen at 35 It contains ISO acres Josh Wilson sold to G T Iliggin botham n pair of two year oldmulesfc 240 and to It L Hubble a pair Cor 220 Lightning struck u large burn on Thos Leachs farm five miles from Paris the resulting fire entailing n lOss of 3500 A P Sloan sold to B Gox Con pair of fouryearold mules for 300 and to J C Robinson four 1050pouni cattle at LANCASTER COURT There were oat u dozen or so cattle at LancasterJ yes terday and if they sold we did not hea about it Mule colts and aged mule were in demand at 30 to 60 for the former and 100 to 1CO for the latter Jim Woods of Stanford was in the city this week buying mules J W Boland Burnside bought of Wnlte Flynn a pair of mules for 300 T W Higgins agent sold a farm of 00 acres on Stanford pike for Miss Elizabeth Bengey to Mrs W T Otley for 2000Somcrsct Journal Here and There Robert L Wimberly was shot und killed at Downieville Cal by his year old sister inlaw Mrs Oscar Spicer a bride of onl two weeks died at Cynthiana from a attack of typhoid fever In Brooks county Ga a white man shot and killed two Negroes who were attempting to slay him David Draper Johannesburg South Africa diamond expert will prospect the hills and valleys of Elliott county for diamonds Six companies of the Third Tennessee regiment have been ordered to True r City where striking union miners an threatening trouble While responding to a supposed sick call the Rev Benedict Rossinski o r Cleveland 0 was set upon beater and robbed of 2000 Joseph C Lytle of Louisville Iwa prevented by the bravery of u nurse from leaping from the fifth story of i private hospital in Cincinnatie4 The trial of Polk Fletcher charged with assaulting Mary Gladder commenced at Russellville The jury se cured after 300 men had been exam neil is composed entirely of fodtl ounty men A Warning to Mothers Too much taro can not IHJ used with mall children during the hot weather of tho Summer months to guard against iowel troubles As u rule it is only Accessary to give tho child u dose of astor oil to correct any disorder of tho bowels Do not use any substi ate but give tho oldfashioned castor 011 ami seo that it Is fresh as ranuld jll nauseates and has a tendency to jrlpe If this docs not check tho bowels give Chamberlains Colic holern acid DIarrhia Kemedy and hen a dose of castor nil sad the dls CUliO may bo checked in Its InflplenOy nnd all danger uvoided Tho castor 011 and this remedy should be proour ed ut once and kept ready pier instant iso aw soon us thu lirst indication of ny bowel trouble apours This is tho most HiiccoHsful troatiminl known ind may ho rolled upon with implicit onlldencu oven In cases of cholera In aotum For sale by all druggists Johann Hoch the Chicago wife murderer who was to have been hanged Friday was given another chance for his life by the issuing of a supcrscdcas by a justice of the Illinois Supreme Court which will have the effect of procuring a review of his case in that ribunal in October e Stop Bables Tears Ninety per cent of babies troubles iro caused by disordered stomach or jowols They can all bo quickly ured by a few doses of that great llgestlvo medicine Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It digests cured milk sweetens the breath reo luces fever and relieves pain AbsQ Itchy harmless to mother or child uro relief in teething Sold by O L Penny Stanford C V Adams Hus onvllle at 60c anti 100 Money back If lUaUs Kentucky Fair Dates The following are tho dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 aa far as reported Somerset August 29t days Nlcholasville August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Florence August 304 days Elirabethtown Sept G3 days Glasgow Sept 13I days Tho Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 186 days Henderson September 266 days Falmouth September 2jt days Owensboro October 106 days How to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowel and restores the natural action of the bowels Orino Laxatlvn Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or grlpo nail U mild and pleasant to take Uefnto substitutes Pennys Drug Store Henry Burnett whoso home is said to bo in Covington was picked up on the streets of Pittaburg Pa in n starving condition and delirious from fever Ills ravings aro described an pitiful It is thought that Burnett will die Sick headache results front u Ills ordered condition of the StomuVh aud is quickly wired by Chamberlninii Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale all druggists FOR SALE I rum lirrit lUrkuhlru liOtfa inul Houtliilown Hluvp AIM hlllh uriulif tuck J HUariHintir lluntonvlllv Ky TheIGORDON hSdlOOL i For Boys in tho Country PROF A N CORDON IUIlItIndlucgdltlr thorough luntructluii unit tuft JRlkIfort intniitOK WIIIK Irani liogr Htntlonoi the AN It It JIll luvlti1 lulrnt win eonlolr tliw furiuntlon of clmnictor tin htIrllOllIt ul vlvw Tho school opens Sopt I 1905 Writo Prof Cordon at Frankfort for catalogu- oCommissioners Sale I tlicoln Circuit our- tJobuIaadertuf IlnlntllT vs Jainn piUotiuutullhdrudnnt Nutlet III Kali riiniuiiit to n judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rcmlfntl In tilt upon1e iictlon lit tint JunelegalIiltSttiundreignO- ontod liiiir ot wild Court will un- HATIT 11I1AY MKIT S IKrt- AlHHlt tutu hour of 21 lit the nnliliMIrt nil tin tiirin luTfliuilUr tkMrllHil luur the OlltIrealetueeuhtrh isthMrllkrliii follows Ail of the Mild rtiil vMutt ulttlnttHl lit Uncolll coontyKyOndcun Ut nf tlinv tract ol In in which uiljoln cools otln r Tin tlmt tract H tliua iHiuiuliili ItculiiiiliiKiitii sail iii III tilt OlltlTOf till DllllVllH A llll lllVlll- turnplkf corner to ulmrch lot tin IILI N ll 1P t qNceyiIIuklnulun0 cormr to Ilitlstn thrlirHKti W raIiluDI111k toil utoiic curlier to KIIIIIC 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town of HllHtoilVllle Is uf alone mid entiUln4 l11 riMini4 with cellar the full flze of hoime The wall urt It Inch re thick anil the whole houw U IIII1CMMIIUII th farm iii n bunt TUxVi teit wllI- IIIuxlullStwutuulehrd With sour lit houses anddoorthe till tilt out but Id Ihue ihailire found on n wa ortlireil funs Two goal orchard tilt nlace Tin town of Huntonvlll push alU did unided school which U only iitxiiit irti1 cluhth of n wile from the rasldehrehmier till thUtarm Ir James IUaatof Iliulon vllle will iHiuhnl to how the farm touuy umi lrln to we It ThUiuilt will la mild 1111111111111011 the hvlri of Mllritelaxiiitt tweed Tutu unlo Iwiiiiiduonacrtdltuf nlxaixl It months onehalf of the price to Iarolututh and Inhit nt thttfxplratlonuf of the iHrlmU of Unit iifort alil Th- eourelinerwllla rcyulrrdtoglto land for this urchhw inonev necurlty its to tin OoiiiiuUdloiHT and iKiirlna IntVrent nt tilt ratu of it IMT Mr iinmim tlie datt of nl 0 until paid and havlnil thoforciMiiidftTcct of n Jud mtnt A Hen will alo on the loud for till mild IMrchnserit mint Pre ar with tliCeu term Immediatelyc l to comply GEO B SATJFLBY M C L C C I ftf a efore u n ecuinghlach tes Prices are Good Terms are Setter the BeSt r You are assured of proper Instruction Supplies and Accessoriesto Get a Singer Guarantee Singer Sewing Machine Cos Office Opposite the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Ky II C FLQWKIIS Afnimgor KENTUCKYS BIG 6 Machines STATE FAIR V AT LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG DAYs IN PREMIUMS 25000 PREMIUMS 1 1AND IIFor Catalogue or Further Information lEO A BAIN Secretary AddreI STANFORD MALE SEMINARY First teen bceiii MONDAV SKIT Ifllli Our faculty U strong cquiinncnt first clus MiirrouiiiHnga conilortalile college work ilonu on col legs principles work acrvptcil y the beet institutions in tho State rates very rcawnalilo Dont fIUlolT to school when you have as genii or better r advantages nt home AiMriwiOSCAH JJ FALMS Imktcni Stanford Ky First NationalStanford Kyi dankCapItal Stock 50000 TlilHiunUtuiUjn wan orlpluMly fftmbllibta M the lrKMlt Hank of Stanford 1ISI then ritirpitiiltcd a the National Dank of Stanford In 113 and again reorcnnltrd M the Irt Nntlontl Balk of Stanford U labs having bad practically an uatntcr ruplpJ cxlulrnrn for 43 It Is better mpnlled now with fncllltlci for trttmact lnpnnlne promptly and well limn emi bnfnrit In Hi lung honor a hI parny Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cnr poratlons Solicited Olrictoro JB Paitoo J B Owiley U Bbanki w0 Walker Qeo W Carter j n Foster L Q Ooocb W U Cum mini W II B L Hubble w Q Shanks i to Pha Harmer Bank A Trust Oompuiynd under lame for 56 year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK Hoping lack business relations will preys mutually r r 6 r FEMALE Officers J lOOKER Pres- S T HAHHIH V Iea J J McHOIIKUTB Ohr w ii WKAKRN Atn ohr J Directors P Itfld Dtnrltl 8 T llarrlt Slnfnrd- J Mocker Stanford K I Tanner U Elmure Stanford 9 II Ilaughrnati ttauforO T nan Stanford Jai Uoblnnon Hubble I II llauelimnn Stanford J Inttu Ptnnfnrd O R Tate Stanford LINCOLN CAPITAL ODNF STOCK TlABANK 1 8uccerrsora management ACCOUNT beneficial I Officers I H BHANKbPreildcni r J Bt Paxton Vice President W II BRIGHT Cashier Wi 0 WALKER JMt OMhlcr 1 I q uy