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Digital page images are linked to the text file. q J r1 1r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL y VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1 190F N0 62 CRAB ORCHARD A daughter of John Dowcn died of typhoid fever Much sympathy la felt fur him Peyton King movertlfiVweeJt to hk farm on the Somerset road and W IC Buchanan takes jipsHesslon of tho form vacated by him A movement Is on foot to ship nil tho Crab Orchard loafers to Corbin It only nctdsR second and volunteer to the crowd Who first 1 Corbin will leadj tainly loom Charles HelM has built tin ndditlonul room and extended his veranda In front of hls homo Ho has also built a com t modious barn and has ono of tho bust improved farms in this section Ho is a hustler any way Misses Alllo Ynntti Uettie Walker ilumsido of Lancaster and Mary Ad king of Stanford worn visiting Miss Mabel McWhorter Mrs Lido Maul den and children of Selmo Ala are with Mrs Wnltor Cover J I Andre ve of Cincinnati has joined his wife at tho Ling Hotel horny Camp bell has returned from Chattanooga Mcidamca M E 1rcwltt of Madison and Nettle Howard of Adams Ind visited Mrs Logan this week Oeorgo Islam and family of Garrnrd wcrowith hig father hero Sunday Miss Hettlo HljfUim has gone to Somerset to visit her brother Sam Mrs Allis Kennedy will leave Sunday to visit relatives at Indianapolis Misses Fnnnle nnd Katherine ltedd tit tended the Ixmdon fair Mrs Tanner of Harriman Tenn in visiting her mother Mr Payne A gay party or our youncr society set enjoyed a ha ride to Dripping Springs this week Mrs Ioor formerly Mrs Judge Ows ley and Miss Laura Poor of Lancaster visited Mrs Frank Scott Saturday not Sunday The many friends of Andrew Lasley regret to know that he has typhoid fever and hope for his speedy re covert Quite n number of cases in this vicinity and our doctor are kept busy Xack Carson of louisville is F with his sister Mrs Hrooks Mrs Gormley attended the burial of her brother Ambrose Buford at Lancas ter Monday Mesdames Tatcm and Tanner leave Saturday to visit the latter fatherinlaw at Erlnngor Ohio Mrs Holdam Stuart and baby are with friends at Jcllico Miss Susie Dlllion U visited friends in London and attended tho fair Mrs Kittle King and Miss Georgia have returned from n visit to relatives ut Parksville The latter is preparing to enter school at Lexington RUBBLE t Kid F M Tinder will fill his npK int menl at tho Christian church Sunday Afternoon Misu Kettle Roberts of Lexington is the guest of Miss Ethel Carman Quite n number of our people are at tending tho Somerset fair this week Dr Johns wife nnd daughter of Lex ington arts guests of Mrs C P Under woodLeo and Dave Rankin have gone to Wayne county to buy mules Misses Nettle Waller of Louisville and Fan I nie Euhankft of Lexington are guests of Miss Polly Eubanks Miss Levisa Harris entertained very delightfully Wednesday evening in honor of her vis hors the Misses Englcman of Stan ford A large number of guests were present nmlMIRM lIurnll prove quito n charming hostess Mrs Phil Mei hen of Louisville is visiting her father James HraUon Mrs I1 li Miller and son Frank arc Visiting friends in Mt Vernon Grover McKechnio nnd liar ry McBcath have gone to Monticello to attend the fair Attacked by a Mob and beaten In n labor riot until cov Bred with sores Chicago street war conductor applied Buckleun Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well I use it in my family1 writes l1- Welch of Tckonslm Allah anti find It perfect Simply ifroal for cuts and II1111rn8 Onlyo at G L Pennys drug stow Stanford and Lyno Pros Crab Orchard IoYou have served your country no rlily said the Mikado Anything you may ask will be granted I have but three requests answer ed the Japanese naval heroUdont erect n triumphal arch dont present t mo with a house and dont let the girls kiss mc1VuahingtonStarCause Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep mote or less and is often tho cause of inxoinnlu Many cases have been permanently cured by Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets POI sale by alt druggists I dont see how they find so much to talk about II said a woman speaking t enviously of tho friennship of two er women Neither ono has ever had a surgical operation Industrial dividends payable in ITotal will it la said 14 2000J- I ff Tho PREACHERSVILLEI was attended by a largo crowd Somo hogs changed hands hero Sat urdHjmt15iJrbcnrttnjljestprlce paid here for some time W P White is building a large stock barn D M Anderson has tho largest pool in this section which he has just completed Mary Bell the infant daughter of George hell diet after nn illness of only a few days and was laid to rest in the Preachcrsvillo cemetery Friday nt oclock J G Hutching spoke a few kind words ut tho grave Many friends of Mr George Kvnns drove over to Lancaster Friday to at tend the burial of this kind old mar Mr Hvansxlied at Danville but had lived near hero for n number of years Ho hud been in failing health fur somo timeMrs Silas Anderson Is on the sick list this week Mr Henry Blnnkenship who has been suffering from n general breakdown of the nervous system con tinues ill Eugene Sutton of Indianapolis is visiting relatives here Mrs Mary Elmore and family of Somerset are with her mother Mrs Foley Amos Smith of Mt Vernon Is with his sis ter Mm Susan Cross Mrs Emma White spent Sunday with her sister Mrs James Boone at Maywood The t ainbusiness in the United States is enormous According to Success it amounts to 280000000 n year greater by ten millions than the combined value of gold silver wool and sheep produced in the same time in America That part of the wheat crop used at home which many con slider the most valuable of all our agricultural products was worth 229000 000 The great American hog as con sumed nt home and abroad brough- 1tid52J35 The value of the oat crop was 78031900 Iotatoes grown in the United Stales were valued at nearly as large u sum as were the oats The product of tobacco plantations was estimated to be worth 33BJ22 5 Cotton the dethroned king of staples could show only425DirilClo ah against the magnificent earnings of its tenth ered rival Figuring further ion tho product of the gentl hen tho same publication says the eggs produced in this country annually would fill 43 127000 crates each of the latter holding SCO eggs alson train refrigerator cars to carry these eggs would be nearly IKK miles long Furthermore it would take 107818 such curs to make up this train When we consider the small expense attending the raising of pouf- try and the profit and pleMuro derived from It it Is a great wonder that more people do not engage in the busi nets Kentucky especially offers a splendid field for it with eggs rarely below 15 cents a dozen and chickens selling at 25 cents each and up KINGSVILLE Clarence Dunn is nt home from the C S with n sprained ankle Mrs B C lennybacker and Dr B G Mien of Somerset were hero Wednesday Mrs John Boiling of Somerset was the guest of her father Howard Swee ney Dr B F Walter is expected hero this week to practice his profes lion Misses Fletcher of Science Hill and Cora Carter of Highland were guests of Miss Ottlo Faulkner Sunday Miss Lutic Scott of Winchester is the guest of her sister Mrs Bradley W M Tuney trainmaster was down from Lexington Tuesday Miss Mangle Hob inson and brother Harry of Lexington were with Miss Dora lUgney W S Burch of Stanford was here Tuesday and Wednesday George Wood of Stanford was here Tuesday Mrs John Walls was called to the bedside of her mother Mrs Parsons at Stanford Mr D C Allen of McKinney washers Wednesday Merritt Locust a colored man died on Tuesday of last week He was doubtless the oldest person in Scott county says the Georgetown Times Ho claimed to be 105 years old and- frequently told of the perilous times when tho Indians roamed this section of tho country Ho was born in Owen county Ho was married three times and was tho father of 30 children the lost being born when as claimed he was 93 years of age Y A Remedy without a Peer 1 find Chcmbcrlulns Stomach nnd Liver Tablets snore beneficial than toy other remedy I over used fur stomach trouble says J P Kioto of Edlnu Mo For tiny disorder of the stomach biliousness or constipation these Tablets are without u peer For solo by all druggists Attorney General Hays sued the Louisville d Nashville Railroad Com pany for 1233080 alleged to be due on franchise taxes of 1902 amounting to 32000 which were paid only after a decision by the United States Su preme Court NEWS NOTES Tho price of meat in is said to have reached famine figurlsiEleven Polish robbers were kil- landOweendedlnafight with peas nnts The greatest searchlight In the world was put In service on the summit of Pikes Peak Joseph T Gordon ope of Washing ton countys oldest nnd most substantial citizens is dead One hundred fishing bouts were overtaken by a hurricane in the channel of Korea and 400 men are missing The Palouse country In Oregon has just been swept by the worst wind storm in the history of that section The German National Gallery has bought Muels Court tall Supper of Emil Mcincr of Dresden for 10 000The building anti stuck of the Penn Traffic Company department store ut Johnstown Pa wore destroyed by fire nt n loss qf 500000 Nine suspicious cases at Natchez Miss have been diagnosed as yellow fever by Dr Eugene Wasdin of the Marino Hospital Service Cal Newton accused of tho murder of George M Smith and James D Smith father and son in Franklin cour ty waived an examining trial Jnmes Bass was arrested nt Law rcnccburg on the charge of having abetted with W II York to procure the assassination of Jnmes H York Boyce the fouryear old child of ii King of New Albany Miss was instantly killed by falling over a toml stone while playing on the grave of his brother Lieut W M Mayer of the Chicago Firo Department lost his life in an effort to rescue four children he thought were In u burning building They had cscajKMl before his arrival The record and brief of the Commonwealth in the appeal from the decision of United States District Judge A M J Cochran in the Caleb Powers cose were forwarded to the Clerk of the Supreme Court The birthplace of Abraham Lincoln in l arue county was sold at commis sioners sale to II J Collier of the Collier Publishing Company for 3000 It is expected that the property will be turned Into n public park Gen W W Blackmar late Comman derinchief of tho G A H made a bequest of 3000 to Mrs B M Creel of Louisville because her mother hud tuned him while he was suffering from typhoid fever during tho Civil War The antiAmerican boycott in China Is said to be waning everywhere except nt Shanghai Inno other place has American business sustained blow The bestinformed seriousI licvc the agitation will side Mrs Juno Johnson n magazine con tributor under the nom do Illume of Helen Dixie Johnson was drowned nt Coney Island Before her body was recovered n telegram was received an nouncing the death of her husband plan Johnson nt Little Rock The use of thy bloodhounds in the Smith case in Franklin county und York case in Anderson county and in n number of other murder cases over the State within the lust year has sug tasted that n State kennel should be established by act of the Legislature as lists been done in a number of Southern States in the last few years The next General Assembly will be naked to consider the proposition Terms of pence were agreed upon nt Portsmouth by the Russian nn Japan ese envoys preliminary arrangements for nn armistice were concluded and the nctunl work of framing n trenty of pence was turned over by mutual agreement to Mr Do Martens tin Kussinn lawyer nnd Mr Dennison the legal adviser of the Japunso Foreign Office The treaty is expected to be completed by the end of the week Japan made an ngreecment possible by yielding on the disputed points The articles relating to Russias interned warships and the limitation of her sea power were withdrawn Japan agreed that only that part of the Chinese Eastern railroad south of Chantfu should bo ceded nn agreement was made whereby the Island of Sakhalin is practically neutralized each country not to forthy its half ot the island Like Finding Money Finding health Is like tinning money so think those who aro sick When you have n cough cold sore throat or chest levitation better act promptly llko W C Barber of Sandy Level Vu lIe says I had a terrible chest trouble caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs but after Hndlngno relief In other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for con sumption coughs and colds Great est sale of any rough or lung medicine In tho world At G L Pennys drug store Stanford and Lyne Bros of Crab Orchard roe and II guaranteed Trial bottle free n RICHARD CASWELL SAtFLEY Midshipman U S Naval Academy Ar napolis Md was appointed to that po sltion by Representative Gilbert He entered the academy in June 1904 nrd at the close of the academic year em barked with the entire bodof midshipmen for a three months cruise off the Atlantic coast from which he has just returned Midshipmen are given the month of September to visit their homes and Mr Saufley will arrive today to spend that period with his parents Judge nnd Mrs M C Saufley IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Anton Jonas n widow is dead nt London John Wharton one of the best known business men of Boyle county died at his home at Mitchcltsburg of heart fail ureJohn Trisler one of the oldest resi dents of Boyle countydied at hisbome in Shelby City after n lingering ill nessA man passing himself for Milt Williams who says his name is James Morris was arrested at East Bernstadt charged with forgery and taken to the London jail Prof M O Winfrey will again be superintendent of the Middlcsboro Graded School Misses Lillie Peyton and Sallie Givens both formerly of Stanford will be among the teachers- A man giving his name as Bonus Hnl comp wns nrrestedtiere by Chief of Police Morrow nt AssistantI the act of passing two one raised to tens nnd one ton raised to 20Dr Hinitt announces that three new instructors have been added to the faculty of Central University Dr Frank D Clark will be the professor in chemistry is from the Pennsylvania State University nnd is recognized as one of the best in his profession Prof Morris G Fulton an instructor for the last years in the University of Michigan will be instructor in English The phys ical department will be in charge of Prof W E Johnson He comes from the University of Colorado Gen R M Gnno of Dallas Texas called on Health Officer W R Allen today in company with Gen John B Cas tleman to get a health certificate Gen Gnno came to Louisville to attend the Confederate reunion and has been visiting friends und relatives in Kentucky since the close of the meeting Gen Gano was famous as an officer of Mor gans cavalry and commanded a regi ment and brigade in the Confederate army Ho is now 75 years of age Tuesdays Louisville Times It is almost nn assured fnct that the new interurban railroad from the Cum berland river to n point on the Queen and Crescent railroad will be run to Danviilo instead of Burgin says n Dan ville dispatch The promoter of the new line W K Asbelof Columbia is actively engaged in surveying the new route which will run through Perry villo to Danville The line from Le banon to Harrodsburg is immensely hilly and from Lebanon to Danville it is with the exception of n few miles level ground Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that after mnrrlnlc nuiny quarrels can bo avoided by keeping their di gestions in good condition with RIce tric Hitters S A Drown of Ben nettsvtlli S C SIl KliFoI years jny wife suffered intensely frosts dys pepsin complicated with a torpid liver until she lost her strength anti vigor and became u more wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Jitters which helped her at once and finally made her entirely well Sho is now strung and healthy G L Penny druggist Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard sell and guar antee them at 50o a botile William Van Voorhees a Chicago restaurant keeper was shot and killed by his wlffe during a quarrel 7 All America S3 SO AND 4 SHOES Arc shaped like n foot All tho seams are deeply buried in tIle leather the thick soft lining prevents uneven surface the insole which is next to the font is soft curd smooth the stitches holding the bottom of the shoo together can not become uneven ridges because between them and the soft iiimlo in a hard leather sole Time licls must always fit because thecoun ter is curved nt both top and bottom the eyelets nre covered on the inside with a soft leather strip No matter how tight the shoes are laced they can not pinch the feet All America Shoes are good looking They cost i50nod SIOO because they could not be made bettor at n higher price SAM ROBINSON ISTANFORD KY Turnersville Kt Aug 21 105 y Mr W II Higgins Stanford Ky DKVK StnI have been using with success the White Lily AVnsbing Machine I got from you for about six weeks I can heartily and conscientiously recommend it as laborsaving speedy amid perfect washer Indeed consider it H household jewel With u White Lily Washing Machine wash day Is devoid of its horrors and discomforfures consider time machine nn indispeuiable adjunct to every housekeeper MUM W H MAUTIV W H HIGGINS Stanford Ky 1II 250 NOVELS 250 A Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Readingr- r 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 us your business amid we gunrnntce pleasant mid profitable relation Pay per cent interest on all deposits of 8100 or more when left in the bank cord not checked upon for n period of six months 10 J W HUTCHESON Cashier JI Hello McKinney x 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- hS H ALDRIDGE nPhololld Depot SMStaufonf Ky r t LY- F i The Interior Journal E C WALT- ONDEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator u Rl NUBBLE For Representative J M ALVERSON For County JudgeS R C WARREN For County Attorney W s BURCH Fgr Sheriff T JEFF HILL 8R For County ClerK GEORGE B COOPER For Af8es or W A CARSON For Superintendent of Ecooolf GARLAND SINGLETON 1 For Juliet W HERRIN THE coal oil magnate JohnD Rocke feller isplanning gifts of money for educational and charitable purPoses which it is said will so far surpass any contributions he has hitherto made that announcement of them will astonish the country His method of selecting objects for his benefactions has been changed however and hereafter they will be made largely upon the advice of his son and according to systems learned by the younger man when he was in Europe a few months ago = THE editor of the Frankfort Journal who is an expert on kissing thus dis courses on that subject The Chicago man who was fined 10 for kissing a telephone girl on the back of her neck caught it about right A man who doesnt know any more than to kiss a girl on the back of her neck when pout ing lips are ripe and ready deserves to suffer humiliation and loss of money A VIRGINIA judge has just decided that liar used in a debate on the curbs- tOne or elsewhere is equivalent to the first blow and if an assault follows it is strictly within the law Very right eous judge Youre another dont go in Virginia as in Ohio and the man that calls another a liar must either be ready for a fight or a foot race ACCORDING toieport of Brig Gen Burton inspector general of the United States army the abolition of the canteen leads to sickness desertion aad other crimes as well as to impair ed discipline It is again up to the temperance people to rave and the W C T U to imagine a vain thing DANVILLE has electric lights and Russia and Japan have agreed on peace terms Who says we haventsomething to be thankful for 1 4 Here and There Mt Vesuvius is in full eruption again throwing out an enormous mass t Jones and William Wallace were given five years each in the penitentiary for assault and robbery by a Whitley county jury- Edward A Jonas editor af the Hen derson Evening Journal accidentally shot himself in the breast while searching for a supposed burglar in his house His condition is serious i The will of Mrs Samuel Colt widow of the inventor of the Colt firearm was probated leaving an estate of 3000 l 000 A large portion is left for re ligious and public purposes Efforts to operate the Reed Hill mine at Tracy City Tenn failed although Adjt Gen Harvey H Hannah supple mented the force of Deputy Sheriffs with two companies of soldiers The case of Polk Fletcher charged with criminal assault on Marie Gladder in Logan county was given to the i Wednesday pftprnppn at 340 but noI c l C9untIPolicemen Wm Britton and Luther Herron testified at HarrodsbUrg lit tild trial for the killing of Sam C and Walter Stotts Both men claimedI l selfdefense Yesterday was spent in apgpkingolt tht case- In all effort to take a Henderson Route train MIU Stephensport Albert Uay Was killed and William Was seriously wounded HueI a colored porter on the train is iBl for the shooting j Not satisfied with the report of the f of Inquiry on the Bennington Secretary Bonaparte has or 1 t dered Capt Lucien Young of Ken 1tcky and Ensign Charles T Wade to before a courtmartialI appear Yellow fever has shown itself at Vicksburg Pensacola reports another case The condition at New Orleans remains unchanged but in some of the 1parishes the disease continues to make inroads Chattanooga has established the strictest quarantine A confession said to have been made Bass at Lawrenceburg and tstrongly implicating William H York Uinthe of Yorks brother was to the aged suspect in jail at Louisville He showed great agitation feet was not shaken in hia denial r r CHURCH MATTERS Rev S Owsley the Old Wllrhol1c will preach at Mnrcland Sept 3rd writes the pastor Rev P Walker Eli Joseph Ballou will preach at Me Cormacks church at 11 oclock Sunday morning and at 3 in the afternoon on the subject Hearts and Friends II Rev R R Noel is just back from Olive where he held a good meeting there being 11 confessions Ho will reacrrat Pleasant Point tomorrowand Sunday the smallpox quarantine hav- Ing been raised The general secretary reports that there are 164693 Sunday schools with 1522473 teachers and a total membership of 14138303 in the international field Robert Raikes would hardly recognize his offspring if he could see the Sunday schools t f today The meeting at the Christian church continues to draw large crowds which greatly enjoys both Eld L M Omers splendid sermons and the good music furnished by the choir ltd by ProC Daiigherty Mrs Kersey of Lexington is ably assisting with the musical program There have been 11 confes sions to date- Members of one faction of the Mig slonary Baptist churchat Old Flat Lick Knox county threaten to take legal action against the other faction to re gain possession of the building Ac cording to the reports one faction con stituting the late converts believe in the doctrine of free will advocated by the minister Rev McBlarney and at a recent communion service the freewill members desired the affair to bo participated in by all who so desired while the older members opposed such u stand After several disputes the new members ordered the old ones out of the building and barred the doors The old members proceeded to organize but have not been able to obtain possession of the church building POLITICAL Mrs Emine Wilson was appointed postmaster at Felix Russell county J C Vorhees was elected city judge of Danville to succeed C R McDowell resignedIn county the democrat republican and prohibition nominees for assessor are all from the Cane Valley pre cinctThe 400 inkstand which Fairbanks is to use during his term of office and afterwards retain as a souvenir has arrived in Washington The Massachusetts Socialist party State convention nominated former Representative James F Carey of Haverhill for Governor The Atlanta City Council postponed until today the investigation into Mayor Woodwards recent exploit at Toledo on his plea of indisposition Mayor Woodward denies that any apology is due anyone Many Republican leaders are by no means certain that President Roosevelt has abandoned his determination to call an extra session of Congress to consider the railroad rate question Congressman Townsend says he will introduce new bill covering the private car feature County Sunday School Convention Last Spring Prof E A Fox secretary of the Kentucky Sunday School Union while in Stanford held a confci ence with our Sunday school workers and it was decided to hold a county con vention in the early autumn A committee was appointed to arrange for the place time and program The committee has done this workand a good strong program has been arranged and the convention will be held in Crab Or chare Baptist church on Saturday Sept 23 just before the fourth Sunday The committee is composed of members from each of the churches in Stanford and we are very anxious to have a report and a representative from every Sunday school in Lincoln county I want to urge the Christian church Sunday schools to send delegates and re ports Now let us all fall into line in is good work in which we can do s- olh for the advancement of our Mas is kingdom Remerni r the timeI pnd place llntj let Lis awake to the ltyot cooperation and union In the Lords work whereVer and whenever we can L 11 OMErfi Pastor Stanford Christian Chilfch President velta present attitude in regard to Uc negotiations at Portsmouth Is expressed in the homely phrase Whistle softly we are getting into the thin timber but we are nofyet out of the woods The Pres- Ident while gratified with the results far accomplished realizes that most important work remains to be done and that there is a possibility of obstacles arising which may seriously delay the negotiations or wreck them entirely The 25000 capital stock of the Swiss Colony Company of Shelby county has all been subscribed The acquirement of the colony is expected to have a beneficial effect in an industrial way The board of directors of the Equita ble Life Assurance Society decided to abolish the 25000 pension now enjoyed by Mrs Henry B Hyde the founder of ttie society Dr Hugh Reidrold to J H Turner a pair of twoyear oId mules for 230 I l MATRIMONIAL- Thomas Bishop aged 20 and Miss Lily Menefee 15 were married nt W Menefeea Wednesday 1M Oby Lou Martin and Miss Minnie Me Cowan were married at the courthouse yesterday by Judge J P Bailey Herndon Dudley of Richmond and Miss Annie C Hill of Lancaster droveI over to Danville and were married by Rev JL C Garrison Miss DufffivhoJiaafniqucntly visited the Misses Menefee here was married at Glasgow to Thndeus Dean of Spartansburg S C Charles C Martin and Emma Sebastnin of Louisville began their courtship at Phoenix Hill Park planned their mar ringe at a fish fry and were married after two days acquaintance Kard to Find It would bo hard to ilml u Mote fret iMirntivt metUoino fur dl orcJctll digestive organsthixn that gentle tunic dlgeiitaul antI torpid llvtT regulator known us Dr Caldwell luxallvo Syrup Pepsin No other modiciue has its specific power ovtir thte delicate and Impmtuul organs of your body upon which you have to depend for energy to carry on our work It cleanses digests stimulates and cures Sold by O L Penny Star ford and C V A hi tin HuslonvilU1 at We and 01 Money back If it failr Lewis Renfros residence anti stable at Bowling Green were burned entail ing a loss of atout 5000 with little in Burnnce Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale I dotlro to noil privately two houses In Crab Orchard One houe of rooms with uen of ground Two good print plttmlUt outlmiullnim The other hiss house of 8 rooms and abut one Hereof land Htable hen house etc lloth rrsdrncrs lire comparatively now Ward Moorr Crnli Or chard Ky FOR SALE I TIlt Jim Walker llvnni urns of 11t acre of fertile lain with Improve yrnrroundAloutinlk8 Wectof McKlnney and Jolnithe land of J4uu Owen K L Tanner A H McKIll Ittroutuponhelight of u choolhou e A hfirlCllln for Mum one Term very winy KmVAItlt AIAXWN lliulonvllle Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court llerryman Moore IliiIiitltTVi MVMoore udmrx el ill Defendants Not Ice of Mule Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered In the nlxive ntyled action ut ftpeclnl Augunt term lufl theun deriilgned Cointnluloner of Mild court will on MONDAY HK1T 11110 Between I and UT r nln front of the court hOIl door InHtanfonl sell at public outcry to the hlKhent uta lieHi bidder the following de crited real estate iltuated In the town of McKlnney Ky towlt What U commonly known ai the Vernnda Hotel roltrty of which the following In the boundary lifglnntncnl MIlubbIt corner vlout Ito ft to F M Varell proiwrtyYiheiutt H WU W tit frtto the Ixick start thence N w nlout Jell feet to lluhhhcansrrthenre25183 4 W mi feet to the beginning Tin object of thlnle1tosntlfIhrclehtadjudged the dnlntia herein which U for the amount of l u with Interml thereon at o costsferThesale will to inadH on n cndlt of MX nluln1togood security payable to the CommlMloner and lMarlng not at the rateof Cpercent IMT annum trout dots of sole until uild GEO B SAUKLEV JI C L C C SHERIFFS SALE I Hy virtue of Kxecutlon Xo IMIillriTtnl to me which Ignited from the clerks other of the Lincoln county circuit court In rater of Itosevllle Tottery Co agalnit J K Water depItMONDAY rilJury liKtwouii till hour of oVIock f x and toclock f u at the rourthoiue door In Mtanfonl Lincoln county Ky expose to public HHie to the hIKIt bidder the follow or 00 lIlIh th01 u nutty iiiteH iiry to satisfy nliilntllt debt Interest and yotst towlt IVrional property roll sucklingit SlIrlhha lid Dr stintLawwlllonHoutls prlIicounty Ky the lice Ill ln I In lloyli VIVIIthedlldcdglatcretto the dower Interest of Mauls J frill Inns TKHMM Hale will hi ninde on n credit of n month loud with motored Mciirltr rC ptrcntlwrbondWltnen IIItIl CIlytI COo I IIIIIIt uu u We pay special attention to footwear for every day hard service and our stock now coming in will be as complete as is possible to make it We can fur nish you a Good Coarse Work Shoe for 125 One as solid as iron Leather insole and counter for15O This old Honest Mike the best full- stock W work shoe made at 200 The Level Best not quite so heavy and neater than the Mike in every size from a childs to a mans No I 12 If there is a better boys every day school shoe than the Level Best we have not seen it Size 9 to 13 at 175 13 12 to 2 at 200 2 12 to 5 12 at 225 and mens sizes 250 We carry SEAMLESS SHOE made by the same people as 1 Mike and Level Best in a lower price and a good one and made for service A school boy must have a stout shoe and we can furnish them + t IH J MROBERTS STRNFORDoI 50 REWARD I will give fjJ ruwurtl forlnformntlon lend lug toIsrrrurrrY twoyrurold dnrl sorrel gelding IStZhnnd high to man none black mane unit wu Moleil July xth and conviction of the thief or will give a Illioral reward for the return of till roll An the hint offer standing reward of for n hone thief It will be worth oar fIto look lifter thl one JKCOOK long Dlntance Phoned 1exlnKton Ky j NEW LIVERY STABLE 171X1 k CLAaSSOH Inn JUNCTION CITY KYt- lntOlsnTutnoau at Reasonable Rues Bp cl l Atuotlon to Tranllalliea- Grala and Ray For 81 FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Pants routilin rd here of land tll got tnrof cultivation miles from Crab Or chart on Uinciiiter pike Iacn In mrad ow aiiicre In cultivation 3 Him garden orchard rte Tin Improvement toiuUt of o Itous of lis room nrl and Very good reimir Cttrnust door Hinnllt room ouOlousrI numerous mid Ingooil role liable and two crllw Will lIllrIVIIly3IulIJ nJmOrchard Ky Small Farm For Sale farmof ftfttrrrn of laudI tlcilrotoull my t ynnl frulll rrnnk rout Olynlllnn- Mpringu It 1111 will of hllrl waster stn th following lIy Mlut tollegu- willhowt Thu waster eOlltlllll1 lsl grouse of oolhl matter p rgallon cunlIlug mainly uf ehlorhh IInl toUlIIUltl ul sallunanl- cituu and eutlr rnlclwn elrlo- natotnrro Iron poludutn nod VIII tell u tutn IlthlulIII tolihOlltN McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnney Kentucky IIIIIUfllchlftU of Flnnnrl lllankeUnnd Yarn Hrndusyour wool r mike wool In for work allowing th M4tlfiCtinll lullnmtI r1I1I or wrllt for prier mind intonnntlon Aicenti wanted Dripping Springs F 0 Crab Orchard Ky t IVMrt U now goodfmlwftlluwunr1 dnee Which tuenn KOtKl eiiUnij kUehIItill hors well for iootl name mm your week rIUtoHate per rJH IHII nCnlh Orrluud Ky McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS McKianoy Sty Itoimht the McKinney KuUnrMllln Itiivlnc eervlces of Mr W M ludand xlrhctlmllhr I feel warrant liner slit ed In olTerlmc to of niylkliiit Tlw worknemo In Krlnillnit or anil pro lisleIlosu will wc I ulko kccpSn lowest market price liny will nell at I want to hay Kwtl Ktcalways In cluck your wheat nun will It pay you the highest LHMUIIIJIVMcKiiii yKY THE VERDICT I wltltlnw terrens hnd crcut- ng doors7lctren Iuee- Uurtnll Hit HtuyrWickiemUl Yillmu IIruck- etl Hhttdc Iole 1ortlcrree- lurtaltt nlltl8 MntUnKti r Ktrelchr froth Boor ty IITIdltguaperlriUtittsthlid lQOI rnltCre and e ou can OHI sdonotkeep flood Lly fIlme lIomethlng w and feed- f fieldof h 1ltcelldtttunarrtukl geghtpmentg feud Tiring Ilentone + Pruitt BrothersorelandKy 0 Our stock of School Books Tablets School Bags Pens Ink Slates and all kinds of School Supplies is ready for you We are headquarters in this line PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky rrrrrrtMMrea r Call anti see the points of superiority in our Electric Itaugb over any i thing ever shown in the city You cnn not afford to be without one of thesef tf you rant good baking with little labor Be sure to lee h beforeyou buy f o4 GCOHOC H FARRIS fi Stanford Kentucky J i J New Fall Ginghams We have jufct iccclvcd and placed wt zlle J300 llrllof new Pull styles iu a the wellknown Toilc lu Nonl Ginghams They conic in lark rich plaids and small checks and figure nil dcigit wit heretofore shown Von arc never duMppointed1 about the wear of Ginghams The price is wily 12 l2c per yrtnli Wool Remnants Wleirlnoking lorscmiethlng tun1aknatdpjolekiridotilJbrgoinhJtn our wool remnants BTANVOHD Kv SKIT 1M WB Imve a new stock of box IllIpcra that will Interest you Now nliupc8 am qualities Inn s Drug Store PERSONALS MRS H C FARRIS is improving Miu P G WAUNHR is quite sick MR THOMAS M HOONB is yeYy low- with typhoid fever a MK JOHN Lit ELKLV of Lebanon was here yesterday MRS T C BALL and baby went to Louisville Wednesdayx MR AND MRS A C HiLLareat Some crsot attending tho fair MRS DETTIB HABNKTT has moved to- tho Laslcy home on East Main LEE KUPLKY of Stanford is in the city on businessFrankfort Journal ATTORNEY H J BBTIIURUM of Mt Vernon Is with L Wcarcn Hughes ExGov W 0 URAWRY of Ixwlii between trains Wednesvillc was here day MRS GARLAND Sumti roN and children are visiting relatives at Wayne burjr Miss CALUI nORTON of tho East End spent several days with Mm rt Miller KateI CAPT AWL MRS U F Powell back from n visit to friends In Adair countyMR JUUAN BOURSE of Lexington is with his sister Miss VlrlnlaI Bourn MR J H EADS a substantial dtlIt of Wayne Is with his brother Mr D SAWI It COOKB will arrive from Nashville today to visit her sis tcrs here MISSES llBTTIK AND llALUB SAN DlDGE of Wichita Kansas are vlsitlnx friends In tho West End I returned toMRS Gown LEVITCII Ix ulsvllle Her sister Mrs S Gold stein returned with her MISSES SAKAII CURTIS and Fulsom McGuire of Hustonville spent yentcr day with Stanford friends h MESSRS MARK IIARDIN R CEnRle man Jr Joe and Sam Embry went to the Somerset fair yesterday MESSRS DAN ANt JrIJ9C TRAYLOU are back from Wvxut Baden lad con sidcrabty Improved in health MRS F J FISHIIACK of Ijuisvilie and Miss Mary Ford of Smiths Grove are guests of Mrs J S Rice UKV H C Gibbons of Danville the Christian chnrch Tuesday Miss NBTTH WALLER who has heenI 1with relatives in this county returned to home In Loulsvillo Wednesday MRS SALLIE SIIIIMAN anti Misses Carpenter and Talbott of tho West End went up to Dripping Springs Tutor day DR P W LOCAN orders his pave changed from Knoxville to Mnrtinlvillc Ind where ho has taken his wife for treatmentMRS D GIIEOORY and children who have been with her lather Judge James P Bailey returned to CovlnRton WednesdayMR CHALKLKY representing the Kentucky University law school was hero yesterday with Mr George D Florence MRS W S BBA7LBY and little son and Miss Lizzie Beazley were guests of Mrs W W lays on their return from Lou Angeles Cal MESSRS MARION CUUTCIIFIKLD of f West Baden lm and P Crutch leld of Nlcholasvlllc are with their brother Mr A A Crutchneld GEORGIA AND FANNIB D Mo MRS F P EOUII MAN and handsome little son returned to Louisville Wednesday She loft her ulster Miss Pattio Mopres greatly improved from her severe spell Miss LINDA MILLKR of Stanford was in this city yesterday Miss Mario Mahony will come down from Stanford this week to bo with Mr and Mrs W B Penny Miss Susie Fryo has re after visiting turned to Miss Maymo RawlingsDanville News is hero from MR A H SEVERANCE Aledo Texas with his brother Mr Will Severance He is in line health and spirits and is delighted with Mrs Severance is the Lone Star State Hendersonville N C but will now at Via it here before returning home Mr Wr t5everence is accompanied by his hand dome son Heath lAMKS F Btubv has been quite IIlck but is out again MR JUIuiP JnNia is in Cincinnati buying goods Mil C C McCuwK of London was here yesterday en route to the Somer set fair to and Indian Territory LOCALS LOST bunch of keys J II Greer Stanford CALL and see our new electric ranges George H Farris I JIAVB received my Fall anti Winter samples anti will ho glad to have youI call and see them H C Kuplcy lor 2t J H CARTER will make application county court day for distillers license to sell whisky at his store on top of Halls Gap I EXPECT to take steps to collect nil accounts duo me without further delay If you receive a statement callnt my office and settle in full H A Jones D S isenfrom Lex ington having his residence on Lancas ter Street repaired lie has had sot oral otters to rent and sell it but has de clined all so far THE Stanford Male Female Semi nary will gin Monday next Sept 4 Dr 0 B Falls the president tells us that his prospects fur a good school arc exceedingly bright HAYDKN SHANKS bought out the saloon business of Thomas Fcrrill at Rowland Mr Ferrill will devote his entire attention to farming at which vocation ho Is making money ALL persons having claims against tho estate of John Bright Jr Co and John Bright Sr are notified to present them to me properly verified at once J B Paxton trustee Tin following gentlemen constitute lie election commissioners for Lincoln county Mr Jesse C Lynn democrat Dr It L Davison republican By virtue of his odlcc M sheriff Mr M S Baughman is the third member FOLLOWING are the holidays that are olmerved by Rural Free Delivery Mall Carriers Newyearn day Washing tonI birthday Feb 22nd Memorial lillY May 30 Independence day July 4 first Monday in September known as tabor flay and Thanksgiving Day THE followingLincoln county horsemen are nt Somerset with their strings Doe Drye lilcdsoo Bailey D S Car enter S M Owens and It S Scud dcr It would take columns to print the names of nil of Lincolns population who are taking in tho best fair outside of those held in this county CASEYS NOMINEES At a meeting of the democratic committee held at Liberty the folowing nomination were made For county judge Lafe Sharp county clerk H D Gilford county at torney Charles Montgomery super- Intendent of schools J S lnwhorn sheriff Joo Garrison Good men allof them and if they win and wo hope and believe they will Casey will have five county oflicers of which she will have every reason to feel proud OUR friend Mr A IL Rowe of Rowan Russell county has our thanks for- III copy of the Stanford Banner of date ug 27 ISMS Dun Parker was the fditor and tho paper which Is a six col linn folio is all homo print and well fill cd withnews matter and good looking idvertlscmcntfl Among tho latter are ads of Joseph Severance D W nnDcvccr Baughmnn locker II Rochester Son J If S H Jhanks Hughes McAllstcr Co The taper gives a list of appointments for MrlI T Harris who was assistant Elector for tho Statb nt large makes a pic to was going on and insists that parents send their children to Stanford Male Female Seminary which was soon to open its doors Dr S S Pollock the principal is spoken of as a splendid cd icator Tho local news of that Issues almost as short as it is in this paper just now and the absence of a personal column gives the paper a peculiar appearance f i The of a Reputation Juet a fow words of interest to the buyers of Dry Good Cloaks Suits Skirt ITnderWcar Blankets and Show Every one of you know that tho success of your buying depends entirely upon tho quality of goods you buy anti the saving oil whet you buy dopentfs on where you buy Mistakes of going to the wrung toIII arc usually justly but you iniiko no niittake by coming to nil UP woviilakc good very not as represented We tiro quite willing to Make our hard won reputation as sellers of good good mill cnrrectJtyJts ihnt of our new lines will prove both pleasant nod profitable m READ in another column the adver tisement of the Gordon School for Boys FOR ntNTI atwo dwellings on West Main Street Possession Jan I Mark Hardin FOR SALA good stock of goner merchandise in best town in Southern Kentucky Box 142 Somerset Ky GOOD milk cow twoyearsold part Hereford and giving 2J gallons of milk per day for sale Mrs Dan Coole Stanford WHEN you want fresh meat of any kind call on L C Dunn the Hus tonville butcher lie is killing three to- ruur beeves a week and of the best that gan be raised Ifm Rush Branch school house will- be completed so that school will begin Monday next Sept 4 Miss Maud Hat field teacher Wm Hester chairman Wm Rigney Wm Pepples trustees A YOUNG lady was taken from a dance at Pottsvllle Pa to a hospital where she died of appendicitis before an operation could be performed hav- Ing been suddenly stricken Beware of the ballroom TilE killing of Miss Dolly Vanoy of Lincoln county by being thrown from a buggy while visiting in Adair county recalls the fact that a daughter of Rev J Q Montgomery who formerly lived in the same neighborhood was killed in a similar manner while visiting in Barren county recently Frankfort Journal The young ladies were raised within two miles of each other were school mates and the very best of friends BY the me as chairman of the 18th Senatorial district a delegated convention is hereby called to meet in Hustonville Ky on Satur day Sept 16th 1005 at 2 P M for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the State Senate to be voted for at the November election 1905 A mass convention is called to meet at the county scat in each of the respective counties of the district on Saturday Sept 9th 1905 at 2 r t to select delegates to the district convention The delegates of the several counties will be as follows Lincoln 16 Gar rard 14 Casey 16 Boyle 13 Robt U Davison chairman 18th Senatorial Committee Geo D Florence Secy COLLIEI Mrs Collier relictof William Collier died at the home of her laughter Mrs Sue Holmes Tuesday night aged 80 On Friday last Mrs Collier fell breaking her hip and she had since been in n precarious condition Most of her long life was spent in the East End but some 10 months ago she came to Stanford to spend her last days with her daughter whose kind ministrations to tho aged mother were beautiful indeed Besides Mrs Holmes Mrs Mack Holmes and MessrS J Harvey Collier and RobcrtlG Collier are left to mourn the loss of a devoted indulgent mother Deceased was n de vout member of the Christian church and a good woman in every sense of the word Eld J G Livingston preached the funeral Wednesday afternoon in tho presence of a large number of friends after which the remains were interred in the old Whitley burying ground in the East End TUB following from tho Adalr News shows that the plan of having three disinterested men to act as judges during the fair wits most satisfactory The Columbia Fair Association made no mistake when It employed Rodger Pemberton of Elizabcthtown Joe Em bry of Stanford and Wm Burton of Lancaster as judges in all of its stock shows With but ono or two exceptions their decisions were received with cheers The many grumbles and com plaints both from exhibitors and spec tators so common heretofore as to be troublesome were knocked out of existence and tho three gentlemen above named have proven the worth of competent disinterested men to pass on tho merits of stock when contending for honors and money They watched every ring closely and scrutinizedevery point before making a closo decision They are all gentlemen of honor and came highly recommended They per formed their duty fearlessly and impartially with but few mistakes from the public viewpoint and left for their homes last Saturday enjoyipg the goodwill and confidence of the people and the exMUton t 1tr= TO TRY our 1904 Washing Machine for best results George H Farris ONLY 150 for the roundtrip to Cin- cInnati Sunday min leaves Stanfon nt A CANNEL coal Glen Mary and Jellic coal See me before you buy W S Wigham Moreland LOST between Hustonville and McKinney navy blue Venetian cloth jacket Miss Logan Hustonville SUMMER held her colors the very last Yesterday was not only the last but about the hottest day of the scasoi just ended- BEi ons juries Judge Bailey court yesterday John S Lee was fined in three cases for selling whisky Frank Foley in three cases and F M Dunn in one REMEMBER the John Gpode farm will be sold Saturday Sept 2nd at the premises Improvements first class the land the best 1 mile of Hustonville churches and Graded School No town tax for 20 years portion of farm available for town lots Small Farm Wanted I I cletlre to rent n miuill farm of I to 15 UCftllot 2 ora miles from elthe Htantoril or Diinvllif Farm must well Improved ami prefer It Inlng on pike Hpur Keuu Hympton burg Ky Farm For Rent fiirm ot JH acre ono untie from Crnl Orchunl known n Whit MOIIIOIlltrYJllIeHer ll1 go In corn wheat Knch nerd watered Iasttreslr Jnn I DAVJ D HTUKKT Umb Orcuard Ky Farm at Private Sale Harm containing M ncrvH land In p ood itnteor cultivation miles Irom lluntou vllle on MIUdlelmrK pike good dwelllnc containing six room In very ood n hors cistern sell necf ury outbuilding For particulars cull on mu at Junction City Kyor1 JtllatollIIIt Ky- Mlts M F JtNKINH A S Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY OHico over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owslcy SALEI I wlU sell nt public Bale lit my turn oppo rite tlu Joe Cortey place nvarMllledttevlile set TIIUtHIAYHKIT If ltu6 the following ilrNcrilml lrOIrl1 flour a ltd lot In MllUdgvvllle ncre o nod more or less alto n stop rouut III Junction City now ocriipled by the post olllce telephone uxcpungte arrow corn nVeii mule lour two rnholds two yearling and one mule coltil brood marvt t milk olhbt II1 Mllwimkiv Hinder JIbe Prill I slower Cultivator S Ullvei Chilled Turning Ilowaiind other things tot numerous to mention IVrnu iniuli known outlay of title W ILh L It JONKrt Mlllctlgwllle Ky Col r handler SALE lly virtue of Kxecutlon No IWOdlrected to me which ISMIH from the clerk i oHlce of the Lincoln county circuit court In favor of J N Memfee osicutor or Kmlly Dud dvnir against Mary Warren or ono qdepnllcswill on- MONDAY HK1T IIC tntween the hours of oVInck nod a clock r u nt tin courtliotiBO door In Htiinlord Lincoln county Ky expose to pulllu wile to the highest bidder the fob vtlIg property For so much thereof numny necessary plnlntlin debt Innd tere tand OHtl towftl alerts of minted on IUx Illver In Lincoln county 1 on the Mouth slit of the Wanturd A renehersvnle turnpike Nod living the pres home of difemlantent re JuryN lurrenndoiningWthind of An rsdl IIIItI others wime eouvey 110 the wild defendant brand of flans An lUrwin recorded In Deed look No Ml Lincoln county clerk s olllce Also an undivided Interest In threw seas of and illoli ing irtovit limit nod on lilx Ulver- nmtlimon the sold turnpike at the bridge cross Uiowild river In Lincoln county Ky Ixlng lamo Lund conveyed to dcfeiulnnt Warren Warren by Seed of J F Inks tfIItI In Ihec isook Nonugealldurksi- ke Lincoln countyAlso rife estate of lefon Unit Mary lift acres of mid on Dix Ulver Lincoln COIlIII Ky on orth slue of the Htunford t 1reacliersvlllc urnplkeand Iwlng sep irnted front the two ave truc h odd plko nod lie iKMimn lurid deeded to wild defendant for lIdrloll recorded In needIII r by itiMilc nagu SIS clerks olllce Lincoln ounty ThiN being rondo subject to tho 1II0rllIIItI of s II shanks on snld throe nets land for sum of VfMM with 0 iwr cent merest truth nnd mortgage of HHhankin tuardlunt sum of xIII1- 1willi per cent lnttrest Aug tin mid mortgages recorded In mortgage look Jimgein county clerks olllce ovled upon an the property of Mary War Foliossole will be made on a curl of month bond with approved necurlty re luJreil bearing nt rote per nnnuiu Irom wile and hayunt per tlnrorand effect bond f Alig L0 By MT Wood D I r Tv 5 tt t Ladies desiring fashionable footwear should sea tlio new hall styled in this wellknown iiiako of shoes The kind that dont disappoint you and Sheeting If you nro going away to school you will need Sheet Towels Spreads Underwear Hosiery Glove Corset Jacket Fall Weight Shoes Kcnietii her our stock embraces nil these nod tho prices are low and qualities are llieJL SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I altenl1ltlaervlcl1- ot MrslFrqnk leftygstcrdlfor yesterdaylook y3Ut pLOI Value JuejilicaJLcxnjnJniiUoji PRICESu- rgeon Buildi- ngPUBLIC handlerAu- cllunterSHERIFFS htt Zeigler Shoes Cottons J aulhorityIn Fall Styles Wom ens Shoes 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 comparisons Ask to see our line of 2 Shoes for Women CUnrilNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky To popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being added 1G Weatherford Co HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will ho convinced that they can feather your iicstuin DANVILLE SHOE STORE r Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY rOur store is wow first tilling up witlrnn elegant line of fens Womens nail Childrens Shoes for Fall and Winter We have just what you want in uhto date styles for tho young and comfort and case for the agedtGeorge P Crow Sal- esuuutEclipse Shoes 350 and 4 Per Pair v Have just received our Fall and Winter Stock in nIl the different leathers Young men nro 3 especially invited to call nndeee ourline w Perkins Jt Crib Orchard Ky e r r r L1i1Interior Journal Entered in tilt Po Offict at Staiford at Jtmooddas matter D TUBHUAYS AND VKIUVYS AT It 100 PER YEAR CASH I KVWbtn not sb paid 1200 will be charged tfOTICEl n t r itrtmcannd it tIInQto11I tlwlsot and Iliwrft OllrtMnhrtl1J11III1UI1 Hiinalnu lnlt Hnt aunniutvctl llox MritnnanlKy iOUMBRELLAS Stocorcred and repatreS and made almost ha good an now tor a amount I can Bx jour umbrella batter than the tramp repairers and for lOll Olve me a ATKwtotal Stanford For Sale Privately house and 10 acreiof land situated jult outstde of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser rants room gpod collar stable and all accessary outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard and one for tock J I BAILEY INSURANCE Fire Mghtnlna Wtnd Lite nnd Accident Nurse the HTKONOKHT and VKSTComimnlus llepresenUU 1owostroi s1b1a Itntes Ounruntml raying Kee erdjlnpqunllrd Tallt with Kentucky1UeahlNIOO The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAt Lancaster Ky Wo SUGAR Proprietor Octrlc Lights In every room f Refurnished and under entire New 6tanatemenL Bob the fivorlte porter meets all trains Jesse W Sweeney PEoralxTOR Livery Feed and Salt Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rale t JeH IOONE ft CO Proprietors UYERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers tc Ooal Ee DM Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection WI H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The Latest In Jowelrr Hltvcr Out lllns toyDafDIALER IS Whlskn Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Carpenter House Olo o to Depot STANFORD KYI Prompt n3 polite attention Nothlrgbutthbeg i to drink Mill phone cr telegriph otitis receive prompt attention Training School for Boys at North MlddlitownBourbon County Ky llulldlnurt well ado dcl HUlintlon Ixtuitl ful mid Ji nlthlul InlliUiices thu UHt no milooiiH or illness of tciiiptntlon Hufiit hire lu Kentucky for boys Mllltnrr drill tU iiiliiuUs dolly IiiHtruutloil thorough JHectplIh kIwi IlIlr1I11I11hut llrni Not u H pool of it lays hilt a chrlitlnu liomc for good lays Onlva limit wl nuinlXT tnkiii HtMloti Hcpt 1 IM For PllfUclIJnn IIIll1rlls MILTON KIMOTT lrlncljul JUfiTvnwxt Juiltfo MOHiUittfvCiinMUf Tutu and Wlllliiin Kcverunoi Htaiilord Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please YouI Why buy ready made clothing when there is so little dflerencu iu the price of Ugh grade ready made Bulls sod a suit made to your measure taken by an ex irienced tailor I have a handsome Mae of Spring good I can makefrom a low price business suit to the floeit drew snit Also Spring overcoats and trolls ell The company 1 represent Is one of the best I also have a line goods I sake up mylf for those who prefer It H CBUPLEY the Tailor t f NRERVOUSDEDIUT The worn admire men who are etronu In physical energyM1mewdevelopmentaadmateIrewortily NtveCureatolaaneeitolUkee rich liraltbjr blood and reiwlra artcJ twrree KxiakllT Rood mrnirn luokltlfrre IrUUoantarras MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u L A FOB SALE AT PEKNVS DRUG STORE POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid stunting Baking or any kind of troy passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mra Kate Ador Kclchtnbcch tinFred nlganAlbert VonOrueulgan Fred VonAllman Fred lisumnnti AIred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mettle II Uelclienbacn Charles Oummlni Jos Bolluu A 0 Dunn B M Holmes W E Amon W n Daugherty M J UoITman D El tore Peter W barter J Nertn Carter J E Bruce w FShomaker Ttioinin Ferrlll Oreen Kerrlll K JCoon John n Oamenlscb Sam Trowbrlflre A DRool Charles Enulln Frank Cordlcr Mrs W 0 Welch Peter Italmor JLBeazleyCo UndertaKere and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MottiugaRugs They will exchauge Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e CceaTI Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HnrtiessSaddIery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofllce Phone 167 Home Phone 33 A WELLKNOWN Young Ladya Experience at a Popular WateringPlace A very pretty and pnpninrynnng lady was rdI iirIiircsKTiiKint a certain w hrtuyjiiv ll fluf mill In the ourrv of tU eciivcrrrllon RIVO her frlimlx foine viiluabU iidrliv Tho J ly rnhl f rorr i I suet it pniJt ajy jJstwjit ieIt nml Imil u jhr llijo lust y u lujv Hrls tho stecruil tiny It icr I nrrhell I was out rowfi g icl tsn Iraiy sunhurncd that I cori ict nttnna the tutu that wtMlnit Jy nrnn nrtU and face wore MMrml MI Imty tijt I could hiinlly wrar even my hljiipna I tried Witch Ilnsol and H vornl lilow wMih I livid vlh lid niflvrd no bcnellt But n lady In tlict tirxt room to ale gave mo a iiii mratlon fiat Is wIthout doubt the KriMiU t rcineily I over fun for Sun soothelugtwentyfour hour This remedy girls InJunlyou must never po away for the wnu flier without carrying n bottle of Pant camiih with you 1 aflerwards iwrelmfed n bottle and found It most use forMosquito nllmentsIncidentltlwise now and tarry n bottle of Paracamper with you when you RO away sellParaeamph roe BUll n i N GM4I6 PlliarstStanford Kr FARMERS DEPARTMENT H J McRoberta sold his harness mare for 155 Pon SALC5O bushels of hill onion sets nt 51 John T Blanks Hubble FOR SAlu 1000 bushels of red Fulls wheat J B Honakcr Hustonville endThe SJ Ashbrook farm In Bourbon containing 575 acres was sold at auc lion at 75 D S Carpenter graduated his stock and left for Somerset Friday forenoon Adair News 0 P HufTmun bought of IL G Lute- a lot of hogs at 5c and of J C Rai- some heifers at 3c FOR SALK One old imd two young bucks Good ones price right 11 C Anderson Stanford The wheat crop of Kansas this year will be 76000000 bushels the corn crop 300000000 bushels J TfiomasCherry of Brodhcad sold to James I Hamilton for Mississippi party a combined mare for 300 J W Long writes us to discontinue his advertisement as ho has sold hi farm near Gilberts Creek to n Gamut county man A E Hundley McBraycr Moore Everett Buster and Thomas Bright will ship a car load of thorougbreds to New York Thursday Danvillo News ESTUAY Three 75pound shoats twt blackand one white Also black bar row weighing MO pounds Has whit- spots on jowl and title W C Shanks Stanford Charlton Alexander of Bourbon coun ty sold to the American Hemp Co 125000 pound of old hemp at 5 pti 100 cwt nnd his new crop of 100 acres at the same figure The Burley tobacco growers of Ken tucky Ohio nnd West Virginia will hold a final rally next Saturday in their respective counties in an endeavor to raise the fund necessary to control this years output- UPcmbvrton R Emerson bought about 20 southern horses and mules from various parties ranging In price from 75 to S1GO Coffey Bros f Young have bought mules at 65 to 200 They sold their sorrel road mare tfl Pemberton Bros of Elizabethtown for 500 Norman Christie sold a span of mules to Joe Perry for 100 Flowers Bros solda span of fouryearold mules to J B Lyle for 400 H A Walker soldn span of fouryearold mules to C L Pile for 375Adair News Three Jurors Cured- Of Cholera Morbus with one small bottle of Chamberlain Colic Choi ern and Diarroea seedy Mr G W Fowler of lllghtourcr Ala relates an experience 8he hurl while serving on a petit Jury In n mur der cato at Kihvardsvlllo county seat of Clebourno county Alabama He says Phtlu there I ate some fresh meat antI somo souse meat and it gave me cholera morbus in n very severe form I was never more sick In my life and sent to the drug More for u certain cholera mixture but the drug gist sent mo a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hem edy Instead saying that he had what sent for but that this medicine was so much better1 he would rather send it to mo In tho fix I wax In I took one doe of it and was better in fire min utes The second doso cured me entirely Two fellow jurors wen allllcted In the same manner und one 25 cent bottle cured the three of us For sale by nil druggists WAIT FOR THAT GmLA philoso pher remarked Once I was young but now I um old and Ive never seen a girl who went back on her mother that ever came to be worth a oneeye but ton to her husband It is not exactly in the Bible but it is written largely and lawfully on the lives of many misfit houses If one of you chaps ever run across a girl with her face full of roses who says to you when you como to the door I can not go for 30 minutes for the dishes are not washed you just wait torthat girl Sit right down on the doorstep and carry her oft and then you get an utigcl Walt for her and stick to her like n burr on a mules tall Got off Cheap lIe may well think he hIS got olT cheap who nftir having contracted constipation or Indigestion U still ablo to perfectly restore his health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings Ncr Life Pills A quirk pleasant and certain euro for headache constipa Lion etc 2JC ut O L Penny drugstore Stanford and Lynn Tiros Crab Orchard guaranteed Afternoon callara ut the home of Mrs Duplisso hall just been favored with an organ selection by that ladys young daughter Yes Amelia play ver good said the hostess in acknowledgement of the companys praise Amelia she never took no lesson ncider she play entirely wit her earsJudgeT- here goes one feller who certainly married for love How do you know Why look at her face Because of dissensions Bishop B W irnett of the African Methodist church diocese of New York has re signed f A story is going the rounds in tho courthouse of nn Irishman who recent ly went before Judge Stephens to be naturalizedHave read tho Declaration of Independence the court asked I hov not said Pat Have you read tho Constitution of the United States I hov not yer honor Judge Stephens looked Sternly at the applicant and asked Well what have you read Patrick hesitated but the fraction of replyingdme nock ycr honor S Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for liMKJ ns far as reported Elizabethtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 13I days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington daysedayssOwcnaboro October 106 days Chamberlains Cough Remedy Aids Nature Medicines that Did nature are always must effectual Chamberlains Cough Remedy nets onjhls plan It allays aidseexpectoration open the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to u healthy condition it Is famous for Its euros over a large part of the civilized world Thousands have testlflod toitssuiHirlorcxccllcnco It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result lu pneumonia For sale by all druggists Mrs Whittier LowellIn disobeying me Emerson you were doing wrong and I am punishing you to impress it upon your mind EmersonArentt you mistaken mamma in regard to the location of my mind Fire destroyed two livery stables at Troy Ind FOR SALE I Iurobrwl llcrkliln hogtnrld Hmilliclown Hhwii Alohlgh urmlf yrnrllnit llurk Ntlurixutcriltutunrlllr K The- CORDON SCHOOL For Boys in tho Country PROF A N CORDON Wlioio iKHinlliiK Mliool for lava him lung Ixnii noted in Ointrtil KiiitiicVy fur linn lUclplliir thorough Instruction u loll morals Im the iMiUltlful JIIIk HiMilrluk rinccilS tail 4 Knst of KninU furl 13nIinutrswnikfnnnllogHndlouon thr t N It It lie 111108 Inlrenta WItn connUliT the foriimtlon of rlmnictcr tin rnriiPrstom ol idiiculloii to i tlif liliiil condition ntTonliil liv lil nrlinol from viiry mini of vif w Tho school opens Sept II 1905 Write Prof Cordon at Frankfort for catalogue Natures Great Invention On de banks oh de Amuon faraway far away dayAllLa atdo IM a Yankee ah longs to be liar Hill 4August Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that hat been successful in il1g the entire feet of digestive apparatus in a normal condition and assisting natures processes of digestion 6e ratlon and ab for building and rebuilding by preventing AM irregular or unnatural causes interrupt healthy and per fect natural result in Intestinal indigestion catarrhal affections of the unhealthymodsand other complaints such ai colic biliousness jaundice etc gAugust Flower Is natures Intended reg Mlttor vises 350750 All druggist For Sale at Pennys Drug Btere 6 4 eore 3uy a elPtnHWadillllsJ Prices are Good nun Terms are Better Machines the BeSt You are assured of proper Instruction Supplies and Accessories t Get a Singer Guarantee Singer Sewing Machine Cos Office Opposite the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Ky II C FLmVKHS Manogcr KENTUCKYS BIG STATE PAIR AT LEXINGTON September 1823 DIG DAYS 61 IN PREMIUMS J25000 PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND ACnlCULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN TilE SOUTH 9 Novel AfiractionseMagnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Addrcsi lEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky STANFORD MALE FEMALE SEMINARY First term Ixpinn MONDAY SKIT d 11Or Our fnniltr Is IttrollgI equipment ftret eht s surroundings iiiinfortnhle collide work uouo on cul lego principle work itm plcd liy tin lxt innilutidim Ill the State Ultlif very rcnsonnblo Dont K ntl oil to nclinol whon you Imve ns good or better ndvanhlges nt home Addrusw OSOAU H KALLIS rrtcidcnt Stnnfonl Ky u First NationalOf Stanford Ky Bank Capital Stock 50000 ThlKtuimution was urlfluallr tabllstrC at till 1c1lt Bank of Stanford In USf thru reurganlted an tho National Hank or Stanford lu and again rror nnliuil ai tbf Flat riHtlonal Ratk or Stanford U J8SZ h Tltif hall practically aa uulnttr ruptrJ oxltnnco for 41 rare It It bettel euppllpil now with fHCllltltK for truntart lug builiiMn pruroptly and well than eirr before 1nIta long honorablr Fare Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor oorntlnna Solicited CAPITAL STOCK Directors J B Paxton J B Omley nBrfanke W O Walker Oeo W Carter j B Foster L O Ooocb W H Cummins W If Bright R L Bubble W H Shank to The Karnmrs Han Truit UODIMU and under unImanagement nntleuood Inr SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping inch bunlnesa relations will prove mutually t ft Officers J tiBTJ J MCUOHKUT8 Chi w It wgA RNlot Ohr Directors If ttetd iMiirllte T rUrrls 9t nfnrt J HiMlter Stanford L Tuuoer McKtnnrj D Rlmtire Stanford 4 II IlaueUtnan tUnforC T P lied Stanford Jus Kohlimnn Rubble J H llnurliman Btnofcrd J P MU Stanford O E Tate HUuford II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 8OOOO Buccnisort beoelcUI Officers I H SQANKbPresldon J B taxton Vice President W U BBlOHt Cub Ws 0 WLKBR Aatt OMhllr