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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n EI r I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1905 NO 53 1Likes Caseys Democratic Ticket And Believes It A Winner t DANVILIE KY Sept 2 DEAR INTERIOR Allow mo on behalf ortbCnAcydumocll to thank you for the complimentary snenUonWfifc1i you made of their ticket in tho last Is BUO of your valuable import Tho INTERIOR JOURNAL IB thu recognized or Kan of Casey democracy which is amply reciprocated n pecuniary way by tho goal people of your sister county Thi ticket as nominated In full in an follows County judge M L Sharp county clerk H D GlfTord county nl torncy Charltw P Montgomcryinhcriir J W Garrison superintendent of pub lie schools J S Lowborn Jnllor Hrnck Godboy assessor G A Tucker surveyor t W S Hogers It would have been next to tho Impossible to Imvo named u stronger ticket All arc sub stantial citizens farmers and businessmen having the upbuilding and bettor ment of their county and people at heart and will command tho support of every voter and citizen of tho count irrespective of party utllllation who be lieve that n changoof parly and of men in tno administration of county iiffyilra to bo for the Lost Tho ticket is corn posed of Rood strong men Christian men and every one of thorn competent nod well fitted for thu office he seeks We confidently believe the ticket n win ning one Stranger things have happened Itockribbcd Pennsylvania hud her Pattlaon Iowa her Roles yes even UockcasUo had her Williams then why not Old Casey her Sharp Gifford et al Editor Thomas In his lust issue of tho Casey County News pays the fol fowing tribute to the men who cnlUtcd In the almost death struggle fbr the re dempton of the county from misrule and bosstsm The ticket ht combed of tome of the best men that could be found In the county against whom but little can be truthfully mid and if they defeat the republican nominees they will make the county good and efficient ollicers Good It will be no disgrace to llrer Thomas to meet detent with the wiled young Lawhorn as his antagonist Success to tho I KLAUKNTZ KOIILHONO Critically 111 Many people are critically rctult of disturbance of thoir Ulgen tlto functions and dont know It If you are MulTerIngfromllsslneiBhpart burn wind loss of appetite Irrlta bility headache nausea voile consti patton waste no time but tako Dr CaKlwolPn laxative Syrup Pepsin It may bo the mauR of warding olT n dangerous sickness At any rate it will sandy make your Ustressing dls pestle symptoms dlappcar It Is safe certain and pleasant Try It Soul by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Iliihtonvlllo at Wo and 91 Money Jmk If H fails MT VcnsosAt n meeting held in Mt Vernon it was decided that a partial independent ticket should be put in the fluid to oppose the repub Bean nominees The following is the independent ticket Judge J H Lair County Attorney J W Urown Clerk Iarkie Scott and Jolter G W Decker There will bo no candidates In the I sheriff assessor and superintendent races Chas C Davis will open n new drug store in the I C Poynter old stand S II Martin will leave shortly t for HotSprings N C to spend oenll weeks for his healthSlgnul- Escnpod Death It In nut an uncommon txperlonco for us to get a letter describing how tho writer escaped death by taking Dr Cnldwolla laxative Syrup Pepsin for some violent and dangerous btomach or bowel Intlninatlon Tho gentle soothing curative purlllcatlvo action of this pleasant syrup Is without nay equal In tho science of medicine Sold by O TJ Ionny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvllle at IOu unit 81 Money buck If It hills Public Printer Palmer has requested bI the resignation of Oscar J Rickets foreman of printing nnd L C Hay eforeman of the job division of the Government Printing Olllce The men have refused to comply on the ground that they have been furnished with no par ticulars of the charges and have been allowed no opportunity for reply I Chamberlains Cough Rome t dy This 1s u mudlclno of great worth and merit Try It when you have cough or coM aril you are certain to to bo pleased with tho quick relief it affords It Is pleasant to take and can always be depended upon For sale by all druggists Diphtheria thatcuroof children and dread of parents seems to have had the terror taken out of it At t Altoona Pa out of 100 cases treated with antitoxin 95 recovered Seven Successful Sons of Dallas GRAD ORCHARD Sept latTho do mlso of George W Evans has taken from tho scenes of earth tho last of seven remarkable mon who were born rabadimo3tlnifsht tJC aeh nth eron Duck Creek near Dallas Pulas ki county Ky For energy courage and perseverance they scarcely ever hacl nn equal The seven accumulated n fortune aggregating almost 1000000 One of them W F Evans left a for tune of 600000 Joseph McAlister a fortuno of 00000 Joseph McAlister J H McAlister and James McAlister were horn in a largo log and framed house on a fine farm immediately on Duck creek Their father was rich owning 30 Negroes but the boys when grown cared nothing for this The struck out for themselves nnd were blessed in their houses and their goods their lands and their stores All did hard work some of thorn engaging In agriculture some cutting corn wood nnd breaking rock on tho pike limb ing higher us they prospered by indus try and temperance neither drinking liquor Joseph McAlister married the most worthy lady Martha piano Ows ley daughter of Jack Owsloy of Lin cola county She still survives her de parted husband J H McAlister mar sled Margaret Whitley daughter of William Whitley of Tccumseh fame James McAlister married Catherine Hays grand daughter of Thomas Sti gallor Stigalla Ferry fame lie mother was also4 mine W F Evans married the daughter of the late Rob ert W Graham who married a Miss Owsley a daughter of Jack Owsley Ills son in law Who is also his nephew Morris J Farris owns 2400 acres of the finest land In Doyle county The late aid much lamented G W Evans also married Mls Katherine Owsley a most estimable Christian lady a laughter of Jack Owsley Joseph Mc James and G W James deceased are the remaining two of the famous seven who hove shown to the rising young men what can be done by energy and industry in this great free country Where no pent up Utica contracts our jKiwero but the boundless universe is ours Joseph Me James married a Miss Saunders a most worthy lady of a most worthy family of Pulaskt county G W James married Miss Lizzie P Bobbin who was the most beautiful woman at that time in Lincoln county and u Christian lady whose contribu tloi a to the poor were most liberal Joseph Mc James anti G W James were porn and raised min stone house and were first cousins to the McAlis tem and were close neighbors to them The Evans family owned the most sub stantial birch dwelling in all North America The plastering on the wall after three quarters of a century shone and reflected like n mirror All these men were descended direct from Vir ginians and the F F Vs of Virginia did not surpass them Their fathers owned slaves but knew that slaves were n dead incumbrance in Kentucky especially In Puloskl where the white boys killed weeds and the Negroes kill seven men did not make and save their property by parsimony They were noble generous and chari table to a fault asked Mr 0 W Evans one day when would there ever bo another immigration from Dallas to Lincoln of eight men who would nc quire the rich land nnd confiscate two of the host offices in tho county He answered Never Fount And he was right They are a different people there now All Is desolate along that shore Tis Dallns but living Dallas no more People to be anything great must come Prom Old Virginia the mother of States statesmen All those taco with the exception of ono or two were taught by my father who was nVirginian My dear friend G W Evans was only last to mo about going to school to my lath er mid said that ho was very fond of him Mr Evans also went to college in Vlr yearPtiter olng to the spring whoso cold bright raters ho hnl drunk whenn veryyoulIg man and there Fount were same little fish I left Homo 40 el1rs ago and some of tho wild geese a neighbor had caught and raised JO years before were still And the old profes sor was still alive anti took him by tho hand and said Evans of Kentucky I 10 ago asked Mr Evans If ho could smell the Pulaski scent on me enough to give mo a bushel of good seed corn 1 Yes Fount I can And ho shelled It himself and sent it to me There are seven little orphans in Crab Orchard to whom ho nover failed togivc n present of each as certain as the anniversary of Christ rolled around upon the axis of time Those seven men were all great and good are now gone to their reward They have shown us what can be done Let us emulate their grand lives anti strive to meet them in tho great beyond after each of us shall have taken our in tho silent hull of Death The lives of all great men do remind- us That wo may make our lives sublime And departing leave behind us Foot in tho sands of Time Which some other n wayworn brother Seeing will take courage again FONTAINE F BOBBITT hT NEWS NOTES The ships of thee world are Insured for a total of 4750000000 Mrs Armond Chowning of Berry Ky committed suicide with carbolic acid Ono case of yellow fever imported from Pensacola has been found In At lanta Eagle Station on the Short Line di vision of the L nnd N was wiped out by lire A Corydon Ind Itoyaarm was torn from the socket nt tho shoulder by machineryNow famous subway barroom has passed out of existence as a san tified saloon Four workmen wore killed by n bursting flywheel In the works of Ito National Tube Company at McKee port Pa- Ten persons were killed at Witham England when n fast express train jumped the track and demolished the the depot Shanghai has boon vlsitcd by its first typhoon in years and the entire city Is Hooded the water rising to a neigh of three feet Fire nt Flemingsburg almost wiped out the business section of the city in eluding two newspaper plants The loss will aggregate 75000 Gen Thomas E Moss of Pnducab formerly Attorney General of the State died Jjt Manila where he had tone in search of health The encampment of State militia at Paducah closed Saturday Intense heat Friday resulted in some pros- trations but none serious Mrs Joclla Hoyless Corbott wife of n prominent Nashville business man fell from n third story window of his residence anti was instantly killed The Lick Observatory expedition which went to Labrador to observe the solar eclipse was a complete failure be cause of adverse weather conditions Thebes Farthing cashier of the State Bank at Hnubstadt Gibson county Indiana is missing An apparent short age of 1000 is said to have been dis coveredA has been formed ut Chi cago whoso object Is to make possible continuous trolley service between Chi ago and New York anti Chicago and Cincinnati An alleged blind tiger drug store and two other buildings at Joliettsville Ind were wrecked with dynamite Seven pounds of the explosive were found under another drug store Ed Timmons shot and seriously wounded his fatber tn law W D Scott near Kuttnwn The difficulty arose from the separation of Timmons and hill wife Timmons accusing Scott of being tho cause F W Golden of Ironton O surren lured himself to the Lexington police saying that he had killed a man named John Williams over a woman while nil three were in n freight car between Williamson and Huntington W Va The city council of Atlanta in exec hive session adopted stinging resolutions of rebuke against Mayor James G Woodward for his conduct at the recent convention of tho American enguoof Municipalities ntTolcdo May or Woodward appeared before the coun cil and defended himsclt but the resolutions wero adopted by a vote of 19 to 2 Tho second trial of Judge James Hargis for the alleged assassination of Jamoa Cockrill in Jackson will bo culled this week in Lexington Judge Hargis will announce ready but it is probable that the Commonwealth will ask for n continuance until the Court of Appeals shall have passed on Circuit Judge Watts Parkers instructions touching the allegation of conspiracy Tho Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton railroad system him perfected plans lor- a through lino from Chicago to Charles ton S C It will cross the Ohio river at Ashland and extend 125 miles through Kentucky where tho railroad has acquired 350000 acres of coal lands resident Zimmerman says that the output from these mines will bo from 2500000 to 3000000 tons n year John E Baldwin an aeronaut of Losnntivillc Ind was blown to shreds with his balloon at a height of 1600 feet at Greenville 0 He was giving an exhibition of the use of dynamite from n balloon for war purposes nnd had six sticks of the explosive with him When ho was 1500 feet the air by some accident the dynamite ex ladel and the balloon ana man were literally torn to fragments Dr Finns Testimony Interesting Dr Thomas Finn of Uoonsboro Mo who has practiced mcdlclno for 32 years says ho has used every pre scription known to tho profession for treatment of kidney and bladder di seases and says ho has never found anything so effective In both chronic and acute kidney anti bladder troubles Foloya Kidney Cure It stops Irregularities and builds up the whole system Pennys DrugStore u P1 W A CAR4 Ilj The rtbmoenilir nominee for assessor is one of the best known men in this count where he has lived nilor his life For many years he was n merchant of Crab Orchard and waspostmaster un der Cleveland during his last term Ho has always taken a hand in politics and his work for the democratic party has been most effectual Mr Carsons majority In the last primary shows what a runner he is defeating one of Lincoln countys best and most popular men over f00 votes Ills majority over tho republican who is pitted against him may not be that large but it will be suf Relent to make him assessor for tour years hence He has been a successful merchant anti his business relations have been such as to give him an ac curate conception of tho value of property without which it would be impos Bible to discharge the duties of the of lice which he seeks as the successful administration of government depends largely upon the work of the assessor in listing property so that the revenue derived therefrom will be sufficient to meet public expenditure In 1890 he married Miss Nellie Yantis u most ex cellent lady they having been blessed with four children He was educated at Crab Orchard Seminary and being in favor of all institutions that elevate and enlighten mankind he is in fellowship with tho Masons I 00 F K P K 0f M and Red Men in nilor which he Is prominent and has held high offices In religious faith he is a mem ber of the Christian church though his views are such as to preclude the opin ions of the offensive sectarian IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ben Turner of Spencer county was struck by lightning and killed Preston Luckett a popular young farmer of Marion county Is dead Fire at Middlesboro which started In Hoylands store destroyed property valued at 10000 Henry Bunch was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of John Vickery in Whitley county The Somerset Water Light and Traction Company Pulaski county capital 300000 has been incorporated Moses Brooks a mail carrier on route No 2 from Ewing Vn was shot nt twice from ambush and was hit in the loft arm He had two registered letters containing 2000 Policemen William Britton and Luth er Hcrron wore each held to the grand jury by Judge Roach ut Harrodsburg in 1000 hail for the killing of Sam C Black nnd Walter Stotts How to Live Life utter till is never very happy if a person constantly sick How to live is largely a question ofIIlww to bo well The answer to both Is keep your main health conutunlcatiugs stomach liver ami bowel In good order with Dr Caldwell laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is n reliable safe sail pleasant ours for headache con stipation coliu anti all symptoms of tho digestive trouble Sold b G L Penny Stanford anti C W Adams Ilustonvillo ut 50e anti 81 Money bnuk If It falls The jury at Rusaellville in the trial of Polk Fletcher accused of criminal assault failed to reach an agreement and wns discharged Eleven were for the d math penalty while one N E Christian of Todd county was for 20 ears in the penitentiary Great indignation was shown in his action After ho loft Russellvillo a warrant was sworn out for his arrest charging him with accepting a bribe to save Fletchers life The Original Foley C Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar ns u throat und lung remedy and on account of tho great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations sire uttered for tho genuine These worthless Imi tations have similar sounding names Beware of them Tho genuine Foleya Honey and Tar Is In n yellow package Ask for It and refuse any substitute U Is thebest remedy for coughs Sine colds Store y itrim I fIIt t iIJL LAll merica1l 35Q AND S4 SHOES Are shaped like a foot AH tho teams mire deeply buried in tho leather tho thick soft lining prevents uneven surface the insole which is next to the foot is soft and smooth tho stitches holding the bottom of tho shoe together can not become uneven ridges because between them and time Bolt insole is a harm leather solo The ii els must always fit because thecoun ter is curved at both top and bottom the eyelets lire covered ou the inside with n soft leather strip No matter how tight the shoes are laced they can not pinch the feet All America Shoes arc good looking They cost 8051 and 8400 because they could not he made better nt a higher price SAM ROBINSON ISTANFORD KY liI 7- Buy your Superior Grain Drill Oliver Plow Tiger Disc Harrow and Armour Fertilizer from asps W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY III 250 NOVELS 250 IA Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Reading Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILL N CRAIGDruggist and Optician The Gibraltcr of Rockcastie County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY 7 r Oilers to the People n Safe and Conservative Blinking System Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your business und wo guarantee n pleasant and profitable relation Pay ft per cent interest on nil deposits of 8100 or more when left in the hank anti not checked upon for H i periodof six mouths jt J W HUTCHESON Cashier j t Hello McKinney 2 When you need Roofing of any kind think of Aldridge also Mill Supplies Brass Goods Pipe all sizes Guttering Buckeye or Myers Force Pumps put in any depth S H ALDRIDGE Phone II8ptpot St Stanford Ky u The Interior Journal I E C WALT- ONDEAiOCRATiC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For itepretcntnttvCi J M ALVERSON loor County Judge- R C WARREN For County Attorney WS BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For County Clerk GEORGE B COOPER Par Assessor CARSONijor GARLAND INGLETON For Jailer W I HERRIN IN a doubleleaded editorial the Dan ville News skins us alive says we have to borrow brains are compelled to get assistance from outsidets in our editorial work and goodness knows how many other mean charges it makes We Mess up on all the charges and especially the one about borrowing brains We got some from the News editors and in their spirit of liberality they left absolutely none for themselves hence the belabored effusion in answer to a few criticisms made by this paper Anent the necessity of outside assis tance it is only when we need flowery efforts monuments built political or war news that we feel constrained ask the help of Brers Embry and Richardson They are adepts in these es pecial lines the world knows it and we unhesitatingly go to them when we need a Moses We duly appreciate the compliment that we are known as a brother to W P Walton Woul that the astute editors of the News ha some brother or other relative who might perchance bring them out of obscurity that their readers might know who they are and from whence they came No no gentle reader we are no bad man nor are we a fighter nor do we aspire to be such but when compelled to lock horns with a fellowman we do not wait until the whole office force is around Stanfords waterworks may be small but the water does not have to be doubly distilled before even a thirsty horse will drink it as is the case with the Dix river product nor do we drink pop made at Junction City because of bad water There is more business done in Danville in a day than in a week at Stanford chirp thegreat editors as they smile at each other and wink their off eyes Too much business is sometimes dangerous and the many failures in Little Britain and Boyle county may be as much due to too many irons in the fire as to the effort of cer tain comparatively poor people imitat ing their rich neighbors The INTERIOR JOURNAL is dwarfed in mind because it doesnt think Mr Yerkes is the whole thing is charged When Mr Yerkes took part in the famous Galt House caucus and later introduced Fugitive Taylor to the Philadelphia convention as a Christian gentleman the I J then and there dropped the kid glove states man as it would a coal of fire If the News wants to cling to its good re publican friend and put him up as its only only after all this it can do so but what have its democratic readers to say about such a procedure THAT there are many ways to become famous the following will show Miss t Zelma Pilson daughter of Mrs B F Pilson formerly of Louisville is given the credit of starting the cheering at Portsmouth on receipt of the news of 1peace Had Miss Pilson missed this op portunity the chances arc that she i would never have been heard of outsider of her immediate neighborhood But fortunately she did not miss it TIlE editor has been in jail He was in the Pineville jail and it was a real pleasure to be behind the bnrsPine 0ville Herald As the above editor is about the worst republican pill in the box and as he was so deelighted to get behind the bars we move that he be given the pleasure of incarceration until after the November election r A ITEM is going the rounds that a woman who chased a mouse found 1000 in the hole into which he ran If by any stretch of imagination you can get to the point of believing that a woman ever chased a mouse you can readily believe any other mon strous story connected with the escapade JNO D ROCKEFELLER is said to get up at 5 oclock every morning and take a walk in the dew barefooted says a dispatch But what of it Nearly every man in Stanford who owns a cow does the same thing and nobody thinks i anything of it IF Christ how would he getoverthecountyroadsrf asks the Mt Vernon self no uneasiness on that proposition Brer Albright the meek Nuarine is not bound in your direction TilE Pittsburg Leader is boomingI Theodore Roosevelt for president in 1908 The paper Insists that no declination shall be accepted and says Isis own will in the matter has ceased to have force Teddy is all right now but many changes can and may come in three years and by nominating time he may be just tho man the republicans do not want- Nicnor s county voters want a doctor for county judge Tho democrats nom inatedDr N IL McNnwjxnd the jads have named Dr John M Wells so its a doctor for that office whether you vote under the rooster or log cabin Here and There Mobile Ala has lifted its quarantine against Atlanta Fire at Joliet destroyed a grain elevator valued at SlOOOfiQ Light frost is reported from several points in Western Nebraska The Iowa Odd Fellows Home at Mason City was destroyed by fire The 39th annual encampment of the Republic begins today in Denver Sidney Greene exSheriff of Wash ington county died of heart failure The peace treaty between Japan and Russia will be signed at 3 oclock this afternoonSeventysix indictments were stolen Saturday night from the Courthouse at Mt Sterling The Russian press and people are said to be taking a more favorable view of the proposed National Assembly The Atlanta Board of Health by a vote of five to three refused to quay antine against yellow fever infected pointsA has been formed in Chi cago with a view of operating an electric railway line between that city and New York A rainstorm ofunusualseverityswept over New York City flooding cellars inundating streets and filling conduits of surface railroads Four young women two of whom were returning from their fathers funeral were drowned in the Hudson river at Hudson N Y William H Venable formerly presi dent of the Georgia State Senate andI one of the prominent citizens of the State died suddenly of heart failure Percy J Luster who killed his wife at Guthrie waived the examining trial before Judge P 0 Duffy at Elkton Luster refuses to make any statement Localoption won a signal victory inI Bath county by a vote of 1416 against 216 The work of women and children against saloons was a feature of the fightCapt Spencer Roan Thorpe former Police commissioner was found dead near Los Angeles Cal He was a native of Kentucky and a Confederate veteranFletcher W Golden who on confess ing that he had killed a man in West Virginia was put in jail at Lexington Ky now claims that he did not kill anyone Typhoid fever is prevalent in Hard in county and nearly 50 cases have been reported but none from Elizabethtown Eight deaths have been reported A general cleansing of the county is in progress POLITICAL An effort is being made to have a con ference of governors of Southern States at Chattanooga Nov 1 Gov Cox of Tennessee is the prime mover The Emperor of Japan has cabled his congratulations to President Roose velt on the result of the Portsmouth conference He says that the treaty is based on principles necessary for tranquility in the Far East Commissioner Greene of the Federal Civil Service Commission states that Democrats in the South as aclass do not participate in the civil service examinations and that this accounts for Southern States not receiving their quota of appointments For the first time in eight years the 11fullfor county judge with L S Yantis for county attorney James a Todd for sheriff Wallace Cooper for county assessor James McConathy for coun ty clerk K G Pulliam for city rep resentative George S Bateman for county representative James A Bar low for Police Judge A full ticket for Councilmen Aldermen and Boardof Education was also named MATRIMONIAL Marshal Field and Mrs Delia Spencer Caton of Chicago each worth many millions will be married in London next Tuesday Mr and Mrs W C Fish of Paint Lick celebrated their Golden Wedding at their home on the borders of this and Garrard counties Aug 27 This aged couple have seven children all of whom were present Register At 4 oclock tomorrow afternoon Mr D K Farris and Miss Bettie Shivell both of Crab Orchard will be married at the home of Eld J G Livingston by that gentleman The prospective groom is one of the East Ends most popular men while his intended bride is a some and lovable woman The INTERIOR JOURNAL extends in advance of the happy event its happy greetings and CHURCH MATTERS Rev George W Kemper of Midway is holding an interesting meeting at Campbellsburg Tho meeting at the Christian church will continue until Wednesday night if no longer There have been 16 addi tionsThe Second Presbyterian church of Louisville has unanimously called the Rev Egbert Watson Smith of Greensboro N C The Rev Wallace M Stuckey pastor of the Advent Christian chufcK of Silver Grove suburb New Albany Ind disappeared from home last Thursday after ho had prepared his sermons for Sunday It is believed he is suffering from mental depression due to overwork Rev G M Moore pastor of the First Colored Baptist church has started a movement to mark the spot on Old Fort Hill where the first settlement of tho State was made He will ask no one to contribute over one dollar Tho shaft he proposed to erect will cost about 503 and ho hopes to raise that amount by Christmas Harrodsburg Herald Dissent in Japan ovw the concession granted to Russia In the peace conference is so deep that a revolution would not be surprising Mrs Ann Jefferson F6 years old died suddenly at her home near Mays yule while at the breakfast yellowfeverThe situation is Improved Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale I de Ire to sell privately two hoinoi In Grab Orchard One h n houte ot 0 room wlthOacre of ground Two good iprlng splendid outbuilding The other nil n house or 3 rooms rued about one acre ot land Htnble hen houte tic Uoth rrtldence rue comimriitlvely new Wnrd Moore ral Or chiinl Ky FOR SALE Thn Jim Walker liven farm of ncriN of ferule land with good Improve roundHautmile Wektof McKlnncynndlolnthohind- of Ham OWIIiK ITrunerA H McKIn uey uad Andero It front tilt tllrnllk IlIId tuIIIrll H II uUllOlI nlltlitnf schoolhouse A bargain fortome one Term very tai y l1VAltn AIcOItS Agent lluttonvllle Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Ilerrymnn Moore Iliilntlffv M V Moore Rdlllrx et III efendiinti Notlceof Kale 1uniuant to u Judgment of tho Lincoln circuit court rendered In the slave styled action ot u pedal Auguit term 1111 the un dendgnedComuiladoner of Mild court will on MONDAY SKIT II ices Relwevn nnd I UB p xln front of the court house door In Htanford Ky tell at public outcry to the highest nnd best bidder the following dcrlhI1I1 estate ittmited In the town of McKlnney Ky towlt What commonly known in the Veranda Hotel property of which the following II the Beginning at John M Hubble corner thence N 7i W about lie fret to K M Varei property thence H WW WIn feet to tho Nick street thence H NYa t about 10 fe t to Hubble corner thence N18J4 W aw beginningThe nte U to tutlifr the debt adjudged the plaintiff herein which U for thu amount of IMU Interest thereon tit a per cent from Augutt ibv5 and the cod of thla action Tile tale will be made on a credit of six month and till purchaser will be required loglvu band for the purchase price with good security payable to the Commliiloner nnd bearing the rate of 0 per cent per annum from date of wile until told CEO U SAUFLEY M C L C C SHERIFFS SALE I liy virtue of Kxrcutlon No Undirected to me which Untied from the clerks oltlce of the Lincoln county circuit court In favor of llo vllle Pottery Coagalnil J K Waters haste W Ililllam or ono of my dep uties will on MONDAY 8K1T II lies Itetween the hours of oclock v and 2 oclock P at the coiirtliouko door In Htanford Lincoln county Ky expose to flllbile to the Iilgheat bidder the follow oro inav b necessary to mainly plaintiff kilt Interest and co tIlolt 1crsonal property von listing of one black mare and her suckling colt alto the following real estate In Lincoln county Ky hounded follow On North by U furor on Kast by Allxrt Hmltli nnd It Cohl on Weit George lhIIl11I1 Dr Ijiwwllf Oil HtJlJlh by Lincoln Jc Boyle turnpike road containing zee acre story o- rsolout10here of which Is In Lincoln county Ky the luilancc being III Uoylo nntyKv Halil sale elng subject to HI Ka No lusj of the Lincoln county circuit court The llclllltftIJ levied upon II the undivided i Into rrt In the Mihject to the dower Interest of Kiirah J Idi Ills mr TKKMH Htile will be made on n credit of tt month wllh approved security re unit llIrlnlC Interest at the rote of n r cent per annum from dU of sole and P11ty it the force and effect of ajiale bond Wltncxn my hand Ihls Sltli tiny of Augugt IWtt M IlAUOJIUAv H L C lly U T Wood D Jit O jI QoLmu 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 f for 150 This old Honest Mike the best full stock 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 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 a SEAMLESS SHOE made by the same people as 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 LHJ MROBERTS STANFORDw I FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Faun contain W ire of land lit good Miueof cultivation mile from Crab Or chnnloii lJtncuterlkeS ncre In men- duwSlucnIn cultivation S One garden orchard etc The Improvement ronolit aIit hotle of olx roam newly unit n lit door ereanl- lrnomouthouenumerounndlngrod con dition Hplendld Wil- l1tlIprlllhI MUM J HJoMr lox 3rabOrchnnl Ky McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnneYIKentucky JinniInuysFlnnnrl Ilhmket1ndYnrn Nendusyour auunlllht11KII McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS HcKiaaoy Sy Having taught tht McKlnnpyJInUerMIII eleruranexperlencwl miller I fcelwwrrtat edln ofTerlng to the a inlll nioiul to none ork of any kltul The IlIlIrlndlllfor potal rclolrnnd the product 01 It hind second to not III till C IHChIt I willlion also keep on hwndcoaltof nil kinds wllllh I will sill at the lowest nnrke price hay- Fred IC 11111 IIItocl I wuat to hllY our whnt and will sty you thu hllllltll- cluh market rlc9 for I- tJR MVIIPIIY McKtnncy Ky THE VERDICT I tcrn rswindow ecrerns and crMn- Ing niuc I IIIIIW Vtcklrss UII love I4ie- Jurtnln IIhlldI Pule lxlon llreck tugs Slattings lortlerres Curtain Stretcher lIrl1 Htretchen Herulr llrunhc to reinuvo water etc from floor by Kctlon Carpet and IliilldlnK Paper Poor Window ra er Iaint Varnlnh Htaln nnd Knamel Picture orll andUlan toggle Now Old Furniture owe and nee 01 can mime om keep IIOIIIh- r IhIII ofhiore1111 buggies and feed Kxcellent undertaking equipment Plenty of liorws and r Tiring doneJi s i in Pruitt BrothersMorelrindKy SHERIFFS SALE I JJy virtue of Kxvcutlon IWOdlrected to me which Lentil from the clerk otllce of the Lincoln county circuit favor of J N Menefee executor of EmitI Dud lernrnguilntt Mary 14IV1rren1or one o- fuydeputlewlllon MONDAY Ht 711110 between the hour of oclock r nnd 3 oclock v at the courthouse door In Htanford Lincoln county Ky exHnu to public III o to tho highest bidder the fol lor o much thereof III may hllllltn81Mtuated on Ills on the Houth klde of the HUmford A 1reachernvlllo turnpike and Iwlng the prv ent residence and home jilacw of defendant Miiry H Warren adjoining land of An demon and other being tamo land convey ett to theidd defendant by of slim An dvr on recorded In herd Hook No page Ml Lincoln county clerks oillce Alu an undivided U Interest In three acre of land adjoining iihove land and on Dix Illver fronting on tilt said turnpike nt the bridge cna the said river In county Ky being that land convevnl to defendant Mary Warren raid waiter Warren by ilovil of J K Oak dated Oct wad re corded In Ixjcd Hook No at page iwiierki otllce Lincoln t Abu life entate of defendant Mary Warren In lid acre of land on Ilx Illver Lincoln county Ky on North tide of the Stanford I Irenchersvllle hill laeIngepnrnted from the two almvu described trnctshy dke and Ing Mime land deeded to Mild defendant for life by Hllan Andurton recorded III IHe Hook 00 tIt clerks oltlce Lincoln county Till ticlng iiiiulo subject to Iho- morlllIltJ of II Hhnuks on thaw tract hind for of tauMi with Percent nlereet from AUIt1I 1110 ind ntortgnra of II Hhnnks gunnlhut for out of tOJIJ with Wr cent Interest from Aug II 1Iold mortgages recorded In mortgage look JlllIge m county clerks oftlce levied upon an the property of Mary H War r1TsnrfsHalo will be made on n credit of 0 1I10nllll with approved sccurlt Ilulred bearing Interest lit rate of 6 per cent per annum from dBlof wile and buy ing the force and effect bond Wltneu my blllld thl2fnd duty of ltrIllUi MNItAUORMANNLU By U T Wood D H L O l Our stockOf School Books Tablets W School Bags Pens Ink Slates and all kinds of School Supplies is ready for you We are headquarters in this line ilw q PENNYS DRUG Kentuckyf3 STOR- Erx1Sfanrord J t Gall and tee tho points of superiority in our Electric llango over anything over shown in the city You can not afford to be without one of those if you want good baking with littlo labor Be sure to see it beforo you buy oG GEORGE H FARRIS Do Stanford Kentucky tf1 Cover Coats t Wo nro spotting wrnaprctty styles in Covert Cflal for curly Fall wear t They are pretty nUll BtylUli but not expensive5 to 8750 l SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY STAMOUD KY SWT 5 1905 Wr have a new stock of box that wlllintercstou New shapfIllnil qualities Penny s Drug Store PERSONALS Max JACK Goon and children have returned from Louisville MISS LtLA BUST of tho West End Is with the Misses Lutes Mn AND Mns JAMES V CUMMINS at landed the Somerset fair Jot LYNN COFFEY has succeeded Frank Harnott nt the depot Miss NANCY YBAGKR is back from a vUit to relatives at Birmingham MK THOMAS AUSTIN of Lancaster went up to Knox county Sunday MM MARY SEARS and children of Louisville nro with Mrs J II Wren GBO B ELLIS now a rull edged drummer spent Sunday with the home folks hero Miss MATTIE PAXTON returned Friday night from a protracted sojourn on the Lakes Miss MARGARET DUNHAM left Friday for Jackson where she will teach mu sic this year MRS W B McKiNNEY and little Nan sojourning at Drip 1 cy Catherine arc ping Springs Mn D M Llrrs the hustling Hus tonville miller took Sundays train for Wise Va F G EnUNO representing PepsiCo la a new drink paid this offlce a pleas ant call Friday MESDAMES J D PETTUS and H D Campbell of Crab Orchard are with Mrs J V Cummins MANLEY AND ILOYD HUEY have returned from a visit to their grandparent in Boone cointyH- UBEKT CARPENTER Is hero from Nashville with his parents Dr and Mrs J G Carpenter HEV STROTIIER M COOK of Uurgin late missionary to Lagos West Africa la here with relatives MRS ERNEST WARREN afterapleaed ant visit toher parents to Middlesboro Friday MRS W P WALTON and Miss Mary y Miller Walton of Lexington are guests at lion J S Owskys MRS JAMBS MBRSIION of Lebanon Junction came up Sunday to visit her mother Mrs J It Hales MRS M E Flail returned to Knox vllle with her daughter Mrs Dr J M Black who Is In bad health Mrs J S OWSLEY JR and James McElwain Owaloy are back from n visit to her homefolks in Franklin REV NATHAN SINGLETON of Way ncsburg visited Mrs J H Gooch and Supt Garland Singleton here MRS MARY F BRADLEY and Mss Agnes Wright of Anniston Ala were the guests of Mrs I P Tatc t MRS J G Flute ancllittlesonJamesI McCreary Frith guests at Dr W B OBannons I MISSES EVELYN AND ETTA LEWIS of Covington are guests of parents Dr and Mrs T M LewisI MR CIIAS F MONTGOMERY democratic nominee for county attorney of Casey was hero last week on business Miss JESSIE EDWARDS of Stonega Vn and Mr II JFox of Valparaiso Ind are guests of Miss Nettie Cover Mil II D GlFFORO democratic n- omet for clerk of Casey county was the guest of his friend Mr Cicero Rey nolds Mus ELIZAUETII BROOKS and daugh ter Miss Molllo Brooks of Crab Orch ard spent several days with Mrs J G r CarpenterMiss COOPER leaves tonight for Morganton N C to resume her Iduties as teacher in the State School for the Deaf Mu AND MRS HUME LOGAN andI children who have been with Mr andI Mrs J H Baughman returned to Lou Isvillo Saturday Mn E W SMITH and son Ned ofj Norfolk Va are hero tho guests of Col- T t P Hill Ned is almost a sixfooter Iand weighs lCpounds REV JOSEPHSEVERANCB and wife of Georgetown and Mr Samuel Sever Iance of Lexington were guests of Mr Mrs Will Severance Miss MAY MARTIN of Stanford and LlnaNaplerofCrabOrhardandMcCluro Napier of Crab were guests of Miss Katie Dustin at Pitts burgLondon Local MR GEORGE B COOPER left yester day for Martinsville Ind with the hope of cured of a fearful case of ecIt zema which has troubled him more or lose for the last three years IMil SAMUEL REID of the West End is 111Iwent to Lebanon Y08terdayIyesterdayMiss STHntt BuncH visited friends at Crab Orchard MRS W C SHANKS is back from visit to her mother in Lexington Mn T J FOSTER was quite ill yes terday but Is better this morning ATTORNEY T J NORTH has gone to Latonla Texas with a view of locat ing MISSES HANNAH AND EMMA MEIER of Highland are with relatives in Dan vine Mn En SinoLD and wife of Lexington are guests of Mr and Mrs W T Smith BORN to the wife of Mr J Carroll Bailey a handsome son Gabc Lackey Bailey Miss JULIA HIGGINS and Miss lien Icy of Richmond are at Crab Orchard Springs FRED COOPER brother of our Mr R II Cooler Is up from Pulaski look ing for a farm Miss BESSIE MCKINNEY and children are spending the week with Mrs John Smith in tho country EDITOR AND MRS S W MENEFEB of the Danville Advocate spent Sun day with his parents here Miss LILLIB FLEMING of Hobart 0 T has been the guest of her relatives Mr and Mrs Joab Rigricy in Casey Miss MARY CARTWRIGIIT of Louis ville who has been with Miss Mattie White returned toLouUvllleyesterday MR W J XAGER wife and son re turned to Louisville yesterday mornin after a visit to the family of Mr W M Bright WILL AND OWSLEY MANIER who have been with their grandfather lion IJ S Owsley returned to Nashville yesterday MRS D G COLSON who has been the guest of Miss Florence Tanner in the West End returned to Middlesboro yesterdayMr R DENHAM took his daugh ter Miss Nellie Denham to Loretto College yesterday und while there sold 11 earn of coal MR J G HACKLEY who spent two weeks with his parents Mr nnd Mrs J T Hacklcy has returned to his homo in New York City MRS T J HOSKINS and children of PIneville who have been the guests of her brother lion M F North In the West End returned homo yesterday Mn AND MRS JAMBS R NUNNELLEY who have spent tho summer with Mr and Mrs P P Nunnellcy left Sunday for Upper Sandusky 0 to remain some time Mn JESSE C LYNN of this place through Prison Commissioners Fcnnell anti Green has secured a guards place IdtIn one one that wheelhorse democrat deserves LOCALS NEW Full goods aro arriving daily at John P Jones TRY our 1904 Washing Machine for best results George II Farris FOR ntNTI have two dwellings on West Main Street Possession Jan Mark llardin CANNEL coal Glen Mary and Jcllico coal See me before you buy W S Wlgham Morcland Ion SALEr1 good stock of general merchandise in best town in Southern Kentucky Box 112 Somerset Ky e LABOR Day was observed yesterday only by the banks and postoflice the rest of us being too busy to celebrate JONES KELSAY will give their J1rstI annual Fall Entertainment at Oak Grove near Yosemite on Saturday Sept 16 Mn J D GULLEY who runs themnil wagon froth Lancaster to this place on Sundays is doing a good business lie most always has a toad of passengers WE have just opened a big shipment of Fleishers Shetland Floss securedat about half price which we will sell as long as it lasts at five cents a skein John P Jones STANFORD and Lebanon base ball teams will cross bats on the Graded School grounds here tomorrow after noon game may be expected and you had better go The Value of a Reputation Just n few words of intcrcU to the buyers of Dry Goods Cloaks Suite Skirts Underwear Blankets and Shoe Every one of you know that the success of your buying depends entirely upon the quality of goods you buy and the saving on what you buy depends on where you buy MUtakoe of going to the wrong plnco to hay are usually costly but you make no mistake by coming to us we make good every article not fis represented We are quite willing to take our hard won reputation as sellers of good goods mill correct styles that n critical examination of our new linea will prove both plciwaut and profitable ICALI nnd see our new electric IL Farris IeMale Female Seminary opened yesterday with a splendid attendance ALL members of the Stanford Dance OpeIclock G L Penny president I takesteps to collect all accounts due me without further delay If you receive n statement cullat m office and settle in full R A Jones D D S THE John S Gooderntof 125 acres part of it in the town limits of Huston ville was sold at auction Saturday Mr C M Bach of Monticello bought 8035IWHEN you want good fresh meat of any kind call on L C Dunn the Hus tonville butcher He is killing three to four beeves a week and of the best that can be raised I I FISH Representative J M Alver son has secured for the Buffalo Springs ofIfilleIMR M G REYNOLDS our splendid assessor has appointed Messrs R M Newland E D Kennedy and A A Crutchfield his assistants and they have begun their work YOUR attention is called to the ad vertisement of Miss Rhoda White who has opened a dressmaking business at her home on Logan Avenue Give her worgk I NEGRO KILLEDAt Milledgeville Thursday night George Farris shot Bill Dunn also colored three times killing him almost instantly The trouble arose over Farris wife it is said Farris took to the bushes and has not been heard of since e PATTEN Mrs Iatten wife of Post master George II Patten of Crab Or chard and a most excellent woman died Saturday and was buried afternoon after funeral services b Rev 0 M Huey A large crowd at tended the burial of this splendid lady IN paying his respects to the democratic nomlness for county offices in Casey Editor Henry Thomas of the News himself a candidate says It Is our pleasure to know every nominee and can say that they are as good Democrats as can be found anywhere But heres dollars to doughnuts that they will be buried in political oblivion November 7th by the Republican nominees with a victory so complete that they will not bo resurrected for years to come as the Republican n majority In the county is from 300 to 500 and but little faction or dissension exists among them The wish Isno doubt father to the thouglit Mr Thomas knows very well there is trouble in republican ranks in th State of Casey and they do say there is so much dissatisfaction over some of the republican nominations that if it were not against party Jaw and prece dent tho primary of April last would be called oft and another held SOMERSET FAIR Great indeed was the Somerset fair which came to an end Friday afternoon Immense crowds attended each of the four days but Thursdays was a record breakerIwhen 8765 admission tickets Including free admissions employes and others the crowd of next to the last day must have been at least 10000 Each days program was good but Fridays was probably the best ever seen at tho good old Somerset fair The rings were all hotly contested tho rac were exciting and the free attractions were numerous and interesting We are under obligations to Messrs F J Campbell and Cecil Williams of tho press committee for courtesies extended The Lincoln county horsemen who were successful were Messrs S M Owens C T Sandidge R C En gleman Bledsoe Bailey D S Carpenter Bohon Dodd and W S Drye The latter gentleman captured two good trotting races with A J Giboneys splendid campaigner Alta Hundreds went from this county and came back more than satisfied Somerset hud lots of fair visitors and she took goodcare of them The Queen City of tho Mountains was very gay socially while from a business standpoint she was as lively as a crickets LOST bunch of keys J II Greer Stanford OUY heaters are arriving See them as they come Geo II Farris WANTED Shetland pony Gentle for little girl to drive A T Martin Somerset Ky MK E T PENCE has bought Mr W 0 Walkers interest in tho Implement store of E T Ponce Co MaggieyB White died at Louisville She was a daughter of the S V Rowland AN engineer named Booker Storks fell from his train at Sinks Sunday and besides breaking his left arm was badly cut and bruised about the fnce DICKERSON Mrs Jane Dickerson mother of Mr James B Gilkerson died at Crab Orchard last week aged 93 She was an exceedingly kindhearted good woman and her death caused uni versal regret jIJIILIC SLEI will sell at McKin hey on next Saturday Sept 9 1905 at my house n lot ofplows harness house hold and kitchen furniture 0 K range cook stove Radiant Home Heater couch and many other things Sale will begin at 111 Terms cash J W Bailey McKinney Ky WANTED Everybody to see tho big ball game between the Grafters and Lebanon also the balloon ascension and parachute leap of that great French aeronaut Foxy Quiller at Graded School Park here tomorrow afternoon at 330 oclock Admission only 25c James T Menefee Manager I I VIRGIL BOWERS the Negro said to have shot and killed George F Farris a prominent lumber merchant near the London Laurel county fair grounds was presented before County Judge Reams and held without bail Bowers once lived in the Maywood section of this county lie has been taken to Richmond for safekeeping A Clear Complexion and Bright Eyesysallow blotched cOll1lllxlonlLnclItUJl heavy eyes are duo to pour digestion anti an inactive liver Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels and makes tho complexion smooth and clear Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does notnauscatcor gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take Re fuse substitutes Penny Drug Store TO THE LADIES I hoc oneiuil n Umssntnkhlg hMahlUh mtiit nt my hums on Ixignn Avenue nnd ask- a sliiire of UK patronaKe of the lodes of this InhllllllllltiIlrllllllollll MitUfnctory work UIIOIIA VIIITK Hliinloril KJ Small Farm Wanted I desire to rent n small ftirni of to 33 nrrvK not exceeding Sor it miles from either Farm lit Spurejron MymiKon Mlddleburg Ky PUBLIC SALE 011110Millon- Til UltHDAY HK1T II m The following descrllsvt proiwrty Homn iiiul lot In Mllledgevllle with ncret of Iii td morn or is oho n storeroom In Junction City now occupied by the post otllce telephone exchange Ac acres of twoIrhllledTuriilim l lutes mid other things too numerous to mention Terms inndu known on day of sale W Ut b It 10SKS Mllledipvlllc K- ytol5 UiiiiutleE Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE of Lund Stock and Crop An executor of leorgo W Kviins deccns td1 will sell at public wily on- TlltWSDAYOOTOHIiHMWU nt liU lute residence three tulles North of limbOrclwrdon the JjinriiMer pike In Lin coln comity Ky a splendid thus Onus fiirmcoiiUilnliiK nUnitWI acres and well Improved with good 7room house lung lawn other bnlldlnt Tills farm Is well wtderrd nod Is stock nod Kraln fiirm Alto nl thu Haniotlinu lint plncu W hud of Hood IStt1lKiund fccdlni cuttle lot of mule It Acre of corn In tilt hoekFniyoiitsAc no furmliiK 1m plementi household and kitchen furniture on the nt ltetlgevlllek will tllku pleasure In show lag the IlIrll1 to person wanting to tt tilt hunt heron slay of wile Plenty of dinner on thin ground for everybody J H Hutchlns Executor George W Evans deceived T Iti l1l1l1lb Auet f Ib ItJrffYt Sa teen PetticoatsI 3 New Fall Patterns and best values we lave ever shown They nre made of good material awl have the uecewrry fullness We cars match ant purse Price fiOc to 8300 Si Fall Styles Wom i 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 compari sons Ask to see our line of 2 Shoes for Women CUrIrIINSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky To popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being added I G Weatherford Coa HUSTONVILLli KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will be convinced that they can feather your nestuin DANVILLE SHOE STOREWo- odson Sallee Successors to Cald well Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY tsst Our store is now fust filling up with an elegant line of MenV Womens anti Childrens Shoes for Full and Winter We have just what you want in uptodate styles for the young and comfort and ease for the aged George P Crow Salesman Eclipse Shoes il 350 and 4 Per Pair 1Have just received our Fall and Winter in all the different leathers Young StockIespecially invited to call nndsee w E Perkins d or Crab Orchard r Ky r 3 The Interior Journal U Elltdd in tile ponOffict at Stanford cu IIconlicm malltr FU1IL1HIIUU TUlCSUAYt AND FlUOWI AT 100 PER YEAR CASH tar When not so paid 1200 will be charged FOR SALE I Pure bn l Jlorkshlro tioKi niirt Houthilow liI AImhIb141uxI dl1lll lIucks J POanicntcr Huslonvllle K- yUMBRELLAS Hecovered nnd repaired and mado almot a good as now for a amount I can Hi your umbrella better than the tramp repairers nd for len money Olre me a trial FRANK ATKIKS Stanford For Sale Privately r My house and 10 acres of land ltuntec jut ouuldo of town limits on the Bomerae pike oOUIO ha 7 rooms klichID aDd er Tanta room good cellar table Knd all necessary outbulldlnRs Wntcr hydrant In tbe Ylnd and one for tock tTrvJ INSURANCE Kire IDlI Ufo nni Acoment Xontlmt tho sTUOsoKHT Iud- IItHTOllllmnhs ItIII8tlItltl lowsl lo IbU llntis 1nylns lwC ortlUnequnll l llIlk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky HcMilc nco Phone No The New Mason Hotel iRATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOAS3 Proprliter Electric Lights In every room Refurnished an J under entlr New AUnageraent Bob the favorit porter meets all trains Jesse W Sweeney FROPRIETOR Livery Feed and Salo StaTjlo Lancaster Ky llorees well fed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates J H IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood Llrery Serrtce at Reasonable Rate Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealer in Ooal B D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce 4 Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U toUched Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection WaH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY Tho latest In Jewelry Silver OutOInss Wiitcliu nnd Clocks In Btouk fJa tl Tray or DEALER if Wfilskn Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc HouI STANFORD KY Prompt nl polltt attention Nothlnif but tbt bti lo drink Mill phon cr tclegripb order flee lvi roopt attention Training School for Boys at North MlddletownBourbon County Ky HulHlliiKH well mloiitiil HltuiitlotilHiiiill Jill ami hialtliMI InllUfnceit tin tout no Milooux ir uliicvH of t iiitntloii tinfII plueo in Kentucky or lioyn Mllltiiry rlll 30 inliiutei dully IiiNtriUtlon thorough DlwIpHnc kind urllIIIIIIbut Ilriu Not u Hctiool of but u ohrlntlaii lioinu for good lx yi Only a limit l luiiillxr tnkoi HCitlon iHHlns Hopt 1808 For urlllulnrlllllhlnlI MII TUN KIMOTT 1rlnclpil JtlfIIII JIIII 1lHIIIII1y OJllrenlI Tutu and Vlltliun Hcvornnct Htanford Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there is so little difference In iho price ot high grade ready mado suit aud a suit made to 50111 measure taken by an ex lerlenced tailor I have a handsome lIoeof SpriDK jtood I can make from a loW price business suit to the floett dress Inlt Spring overcoats aod trout en Tbo company I represent Is ono of the best I also havo a line of goods make up ma for those wbdorefer It H CBUPLEY the Tailor Farm For Rent 5tr fnrmot Sllncre om mllu front Van Orchnrd kuJwn Whit lin acres can go lit corn nitil remainder tit whent Kncb Hold wntered lo esalon Jim IVJIIMrlttITI RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY 111711raLlDetalperonalmae ietUniUi e trutTp ot perfect nutDbcMd To n tI fltirae reuulalt Boolbfllhj mIajIntat Pr tratln SKeplcttnett ana olber troubletdu to over work amoklnirdnifr tuiblta and other cantna alakei rlrh Imllhy blood repair waited nerve inxxl ror womea lioakleirrre iTlcclLOOKhox BUfarUon l wltnaenarante to rernmt If not enreit orUrnented erreit MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s A FOB SALE AT TCNNYS DltUO BTOIIX ITheGORDON SCHOOL For Boys in the Country PROF A N CORDON Whose iKmnlliiff school IKIVS Inis Ions Iwcn notttl In ivntntl Kentucky fur firm dlHCtpllms Ihorouuh luilructloit niul lolly nionils linn oulthl the bfnutlfut InkHfiulrlck riiicetU nillos Knit of Krnnk lorll15 nilinitcsMvn Ik from IIogiHtntlon on n B 11111 1f1nnh who consider till fornintlon of character tlu cnrneratono of education to vxnmlno the lilrnl conditions nfTonlrU by hU school frtnn evtry poliit of Iw The school opens Sept I i I9O5 Write Prof Cordon at Frankfort for catalogue JLBeazleyCo UndertaKcrs and Embalm ers Also Dealers iu Fur niture MattiugaRugs They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e teaT Undertaker Ktultahncr and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY nice hone IGT nome PboooKS Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court H U KIllK t III IlnlntllTii MII King ft ill Ik emliiut Notlio of Hull Pursuant to a ImlKiiUiit of tin IIHIII circuit court rcndcnu In tint iilxivt tylitl nctlnnnt the Kiihiuury tirtiiliiKi tliciindnr Blijiird Master CoiiiiiilKKloiiiT of mild court will on- MONIiAY KBIT U IKfi Itotvifcii till hournof ii ml t v In troll of tin court liouM door In Stanford Kv ull nt public outcry to tin lilKhcat anil IKSI hlddur tlio niil estate which in InTflnnfter ilitcrllKd Tin mild rial IKtati comtlntii of a farm and brick rvalilcncv tlifrtoiikxiitil In a fiTtllf iiort Ion of Lincoln county on the wattrunt llanglni Kork alioiit four inllcn from Htanford and nbout MX inllcn from Diinvlllc Ky Th will of this land wax de creed for tin puriiose of illvlxlon iimonit tin own Tliu liiiid UlMUindedon the North by the Htanford A DiuivlllH turnplko roiid oii the Kiwt by the lliuiKliiti York of Illx Itlver on the Houth by the hind of Whltu nnil HhoiMiinker and on the Went by the land of II HawkliHcontalnliiKl llacren two ro xUiiii II oles of hind for a inoro partlciihir description of which nferencit In Hindi to deed hook a Si deed Iniok puce 8 and deed all In the olllce of IH ehrk or tho Lincoln county court Tho pale will niadu on credit oft It and Is month nof tint purchi t price to due and piiyiibleat tlmeml otcnch oftlu v rlo U of time iiforeiuild and tliii purchaser will IlIIrehIl5Irlcwithlit tho rllto of per co lit per annum from date of sale payable to Iho Commissioner OED B SAUFLBY M C L CC FARMERS DEPARTMENT Leo Rankin bought in Wayne 23 cot ten mules at 100 FOR SALEGO bushels of hill onion sets ut John T Blanks Hubble Fort SALE 1000 bushels of red Fultz wheat J B Honaker Hustonville For SALE One old and two young bucks Good ones price right H C Anderson Stanford S IV Sfogg nnd J F Cook bothfo merly of this county were among the big winners nt the NIcholasville fuir atJNstick Eugene Birch nnd DolfyTfpanke- It L Hubble and M B Eubanks re fuscdl000 for their premium jack Sul unlay Tho oiler was made by n Mis souri party S J Hell sold to C T Bohon four mules for 430 Also to J B Thomi 25 bbls new corn at 150 per barrel In the field Casey News R H Crow sold to J 0 McAlistcr n fouryearold Red Leaf gelding for He should double his money on him In n short time Mr Crow thinK Joseph P Klllcbrew of Tcnncssei has been appointed by Secretary Wilson of the Department of Agriculture as tho tobacco expert of that depart mentESTltAYThreo 7 pound shoats two black and ono white Also black barrow weighing 140 pounds Has white spots on jowl and side W C Shanks Stanford President Zimmerman of tho Cincit nati Hamilton and Dayton railroad has secured an option on over COOC acres of coal and timber land in the Kentucky mountains W H Edwards of Woodford had 1800 bushels of fine wheat which ho threshed last week and sold for seed nt 110 per bushel Four acres of this crop averaged 60 bushels C C McDonald purchased for Swartzchild Zulzbqrger of New York 302 export steers from George C and J C Hamilton at n fancy figure The cattle will weigh 1600 pounds and the aggregate price is 27500 Roy Beazley who handled Col Join B Wnthens fine Chester Dare Jr this year tells us that he won 20 ties on him in 22 shows 16 blues and four red He is n magnificent horse anti Co Vathen has refused some fancy offer for him President W B Hawkins of the Burlcy Tobacco Growers Companj claims that the full amount of 25000 allotted to the entire district will be subscribed by Wednesday Thesucces or failure of the movement will not be known until next week Statistician Holmes of the Agricu tural Department was no cheap John in his grafting business District At torney Beach of Washington estl mates that he cleaned up 173000 by giving Ups on the cotton reports to the brokers with whom he was ope rating Men Past 60 in Danger More than half of mankind over fin years of ago suffer from kidney am bladder disorders usually enlarge ment of prostate gland Tills Is both painful and dangerous and Foleyi Kidney Cure should bo taken at the first sign of danger as it corrects Ir regularities antI has cured many old men of thin disease Mr Hod ney Bur nett Hock Port Mo writes I suf fered with enlarged prostnto gland am kidney trouble for years and after take Ing two bottles of Foloyfl Kldnej Cure I feel better than I havo for 20 years although I am now 11 your old1 Iennvtf Drug Store During the past 15 months Mis Alice Roosevelt has been present at 403 dinners 350 balls and 300 small dances Her 5 oclock teas number 680 and 8he has paid 1700 calls She has been lx times a bridesmaid and shaken hand 32000 times Thus it is nays the New York Globe to have n father who bc lievcs in the strenuous life Hard to Find It voulcl bo hard to find u more JKT feet curative medicine for disordem digestive1 organs than that gentlo Ionic dlgcmtant and torpid livtr regulator known us Dr Culilwells laxative Syrup Pepsin No other mutliulno hat its gpecltlu power ovor those doltnati and Important organs of your body upon whIch you liuvo to depend for fnorgy to oarry on your dally work It cleanses digests stimulates mu litres Sold by G L Icnny Stun ford and C W Adams Hustonville nt tOe and 81 Monoy buck if It tails She Youre not dancing with your wife tonight UcNo its bad enough to have her walk all over me when Im nt homo Yonkers Statesman Cured of Lame Back Alter 15 Years of Suffering J had been troubled with lame huck for 15 years and I found u complete ecovcry in tho u86 of Chamberlains uln Ualm says Jolui O IHsher 3111am Ind This liniment Is also without an equal for sprains and rulscs It Is for sale by all drug lists The man who has to toil and slave Throughout a humdrum lifo Is apt to think hod like to have A Chadwick for a wife A Remedy without a Peer 1 I find Chcmborlalns Stomach null lAvof Tablets moro beneficial tha any other remedy I over used foi stomach trouble II says J P Kioto of Kdlna Mo For any disorder of lhe stomach biliousness or constipation thoso Tablets nro wlthuut ti peer For sale by all druggists Brown claims to have tho most remarkable auto in town Why I dontsee anything grea about It- Well ho says hos had It n year and there nro atill two of tho origins parts left Judge Cause of Insomnia Indigestion nearly always disturb tho sleep moro or loss and Is often tho cuuso of insomnia Many cases havo been itermanently utirvil by Chambvt Iains Stomach and Liver Tablet For solo by nil druggists luport of tho Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANI nt mnnford Ky lu thu Hlutu of Kenturk nt the oloto of lm liu i 36 WO IIKMOIHIRH Jo111111 lUllh to 00 Uvnlrafu ecurMliindun iuiv l 11131 00 Ilonilt lo MOUfH ulrillliitlon ItankliiR IIOUIH furnltitn nnd 11- 1tiir IIHIIU Duo from Xntlonal mnkMnot no rn nlll nIOt7 i1 nile from Htnto lliinkiv liank r tIII Du fromappromlivMrv agftiit Mwr II Cllllk itiilotuiren h ItnlilK 175- 1Noteniif other utiolUll lUinki KriiotluiiiiIi ip roiirrHnaulekl Hi 6J Uiwful Money Ilevrvo In iionk via Hw ltw USTaI 11 Iiciiltlilur note 1iI11I1 ItMltiinptlon fund with U Tnii unr t6 IXT ct of olrotilntloiu XA II I LIAII1IITIK- HUapltnl Htook lililel In 61IJOI m urlllI 13JIlIIU UiullvldMllllrullh le MIW nnd taxes nl U iIIoIOI Nntlonul liank iioto outttniidlnK 1r1 Dui to other Xnt Hunki IOITU DuutoHtato Hank and ILlukira IllS It Individual dIIsuiJict lo check 3H ie J197IW i sm1W Ktalfof Kontucky County of Itnroln 1 lirltzlitCanhlorof UuMiU viuiiimtIxink do wilvmiily nHfiir that thtt nlwv tiilcniciit u triut ti the limt of my knowl wlm and iMlluf W M lliiiiiiiTiiulilirH- ulMorllHil and urn t liofont im th- tht day of AU lUtt J J McItoUrU Corrrct Atttmtl J llOwtliyKHKhnnk WII VnlUvr Dlncloni HilMirt of he Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Stanford In tho Htato of Kentucky nt th ClotOOf ItlUllKVttAUR a tl i II t40 1 t Ixuinnaiid DUcount I III I- NOtJltlmUscuhtlolllullIIMlI 1It1 H Ho mli to Mfiiro rlrculntlon IIJU III rrrniltinu on U H liolidt lJnlltl- Hlook IlIrllllllo m- Itjiiiklnii hoiiov furiiltuni and llx- tUroAMM lIflJllllIIMM OlhiT rrnl i ktatt o vnitl HI Dm from Nntlonnl Ikink4notn noIIIIIlt IwJIItI II Dtiif from Hlnto InnktA Itaiikcri 1m Dm1 from approved rewrvoaxvnu tIIO 0- 1Ohk othlr II h It Ilit t 11I7 Note of other National Hank III fractional paper currunay nick eUnniI rent 11t1 lawful Momiy Itcwrvu In Hank Vlai BHclt 11021573 1KIIIhlllclerlloh 01 111113 Kwltmptlon fund with tTiHTnnc unr tG IMT ul of circulation ur llI M a11el IIAMIIITK- Mrapltal Htovk iiald In WJIO m Hiirplmfund IIIJul III Undlvldinl prollti Iwm XHIIIM hi x 1IlIn 11 Nntlonnl Hank not oulntandlnx UJIII Dim to htnt llankjiand lliinkfr 1104 P DUII toTriit roiiiuinlt and Hnv- IIIK Hankii IIVI Individual dfK ltMMihi rt vlnrk I5IHJI W Notf nml Hill HiilUouuiitnl 111 01 nt1mate of Kentucky IIIt of Lincoln John MrHiilxTtiiriuhlTof the alHiv iiiiiinxl lunik do kolcmnly 1IIlIr that tuf IIH I Ktlitemrnt U true to till Ust of mv knowlfdli and loille- fJoilv J MoHonKiiTHCiuhli HIIMTH and worn to liefore tin tlili Ut day of HooII IHSJ W M IlrlKlit N Correct Alt J H Iliwkor M let tin nnd H T llarrlx Dlnctorii- Heport of the Condltlon of The National BanK of Hustorjville- nt lluntonvlllo Ifi theHmtMof Kentucky n the clone of iHNllluM Ann 35 IttK UIISOUIIlRII- I JI1IMlIIul t 1111 Chnlrntl lIrIRIIIIIIIIYIlln1 lioiiiH tiiMOilre circulation It1 DankliiK liiu fLirnllilri iilulllx III no JJ II Du from Nil Iniik iiot n crv agent 1It II Duwfrom Htatt Hitnksit Haiikerx ijO II tr lllllllllrllOl r 1r llltullb HHO Checks and other cimh Itnin IM Notes of other National llaiikn 8 7 UI Kractlonal pnjxr enrronov niuk 1IIIlIIIIIh 11 I nvful Mdiuy Heoenti In Hunk VUt KH ult iliUWflt WfMU- Hedcmptlon fund with UHTrviKi IIrtr In III tItpll IIAIIIIITIKH Capital HIck utld In JHurpliis fund IUJIll W ITndlvldid prollU vn iXMnm and taim palil apt ill National Hank note ontpttnndlnK lifiu iu Duo to other NIlUOlllllllllllkllH 8171 wuDuu to Htatii Hanks and Hankirn Indlvlliiiildi oilt iiiuhjrct check lil7tt W m Htatnof Kentucky County of Lincoln UI- I J V IIockorOa hlvrof thynhovunamcd ank do notemnly nwinr that tho alxivo itatvmvnt In trim tothii Iof my know duti and iHllef J V HOIIKKII Oaithtir HuhAcrllll llIn1 Aworll III Iroro mil IhlA mh lay of AUI IUlI J I flood NJ My ommtstlon iixplren March 1HM Oorruct Attint Kdw Alcorn T J Hob nson nnd nll Kim Dlrectori Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford KyNo tiniill form S7 ncni mile ram bttn forJ Hoiuo1 fvurgooj roouii lack porch and vmnila Ural b tu ad other bullilltgi la jood rtMT Put 1011 011 wtll fenced 0 arrn cnlilritlou onf atN la fruit Iran rat In cruUoutht at cogiiulMlo rI at Urgtln tall txtolJtt l rn ln CIUM to cbo l abd ciureh rrice tTS rr act liQ t aJJalnlnf told ftr f and flo TUbiTtrrat1t No 611 8W crw ol tOIIlaD I tlmUr Itnl 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In eulUta Ion 40 acm In puturt taltnr In timber liwrllt lot wnUlDi MTro room Larzc Iwrn and all UK cuarr outbulldinn tnl1Id btilMlnrilO i l n Jll repair Wtll watrrrd Irlc 0 tIGlhcno of UndlnKcM1200IIx IIIUoalruna nllro1 rlftr sut ArNorlultl IIr II aritclaulaudandlngraM TbU land It fur taNo8l AUnaofSOOacrr In Uocoln lei Threcoodd Ulnii Sgoodl im a dotb r building Mb bouw IuD etc aluut th of acr All on county road H mil from church acbnol and piMtoDr IATI l and wtll IrrrJ Thla til pmd farm and would till two or thr fiiullln that ml ht want to com Irora theaam oelhtorhn Irlre rMonabli No M Twoatorr frame dlInc of lx ruout Iu ball Tiranda lo wtll at door and all otn r nxmury ontl ulldlu Alto lam blukinillb hop 0ia0and hh lull Ivnith of thop and 10 fmwIJe TbU rup rty will be tuld at a ttry tow prlr- No A farm olIn acrr four mllni from 1lte In tb counir ll ira rONIoat dwtlllnf frooW plk all ottr uv utkuUdlnc A iplaodld bluIIUO firm aid only 21 inlnutcadrlrfrau county wal Dwner of on larui a loluln IhU baa rmntly r luwJ US Mr acre oirTlbUaiM7a No M Fifty acr otr riMunt 1olnl Ky l r mr bouiv room and porch turn and other outbulldlnKa I atrx In cultivation rwt In tlu lift Well walwtili yart frvm pmUfflc and church liyi wHon plka and In food Obi uiunlly rriratCM tlo 11210 ar fum tull ur ereb Orrhnl Ky llrttk I ruotnt two ttnaat boutr two ban well andtprtng DNr oIlIln farm In billb lIt of culllTatlon ISO arr rlrer lullom land gool fencing fruit vie hlclI M74Q aq acr No UA nice Urm at Hlebund elllrarrov I IIllere1 elc nef 11 6tacmof Unjon Jamtttown rod soutti of Dunnvllle IIcrtlln IlIlvIlon bnutt acici In ItaNr anj reit la rail A Uref ntw frame dwelt Inr aloe an J ellwsoc rlIC A new bam anj two ontl Its wellaltre1 anJ the frnclnc It eoud On pubik roaj Prtc l ouo No lioxxv acret of cottun lanj In Atlttlatlpp There it no Mellon of country hkh ottera to many opp rtanllle fir protiuble Invrttnent at the Mlnlt DelUwhklt U noirf My JeKrlteJat Irov rlllValleN The tlnb r li rooming mue valu able all the tine for the ruoon thai lumber people from the North here the aupply of Umber It laU Jlmlnuhlnt an contUntly tncrejtlnr their sr chatet of Umher UnJt In the Houlh ben the lira ber It removed tlie UnJ It uneual 4 for atrkulM ral purport It willproJuct a bale ol cotton to tile acre or will crow all other klnj of crop raltej In the temperate one The toll neJt no lertllliera anj rivet a yleU whlchfannot be euelleJ taI low the title It perfect anj the man who buy Delta fan anj Umber lanjt at pietent pike it making an In vettmentthathe will never regret Thtt UnJIadl vlJeJ Into tractt tan tine Iron to acrei ta the trait to ITIOO acret to the Iran anj prlcetfromtl per acre t Ji6 per a re according to lecatlon etc art authortieJ by the company who owna thet lanjt hi ttate that at other partlct ate cuntIJtrlnj the purchate of thete lanJt that we offer thete ttactt tub mtto prior tale with Jraval torn natktt or cnanr n prke wllhonl notice However when netllieJ will holJ tract out of Rxtdel teng enough AtoolliluoooIculart call at our office NoMA fanoof ecr11I eo1 cuunly K One and onehill tiory dwelll with l ruiui good bun and other o itbull llu Hzty arrva Ir rulllTailon 4S acrrt In limber fruit ir ic Layi well on cuuoty ro d clow In rhurchM tboot etc Irlc noly J 0 Aim it 50 liarrfl mill In Mtreur rountv Ky on Halt Illtrrr Htoain iw r Dew up lodntnln evrr Irtlrul r An Rooddoell IHR with lrairoi menl tnl aCI r of line land cloM Kifouthfrn mlirtmd Irlcofu 000 No 10 90 acret of land our trab Oabard cheap BY THIS SIGN I YOU MAY THE SINGER STORE WHERE YOU liRE ASSURED OF No 70 Four acirt of land and lilt ooe ttory IIx room frel dw lllDlln McKlnbr Ktwlwrwort In kltcben and family win HMo l aro and all nrrtwary Ilaiw wrtl ftired and la 1001 repair HnuMalonMuit f and U i ou parailTly new and weou J k fjftfl lor th wljolnprojrriY- oMrairt til 111 acre lu Ca ry itiunle Two tterjrfraafr ilwellln two jntal litBL mul un llf outbulhllnp III c nr bl ndld bttland and lu j xl romliiunilf lur ulu at HW- Kutniof llacre In 10 count A new Iwu atury ruuiii fraiue Jwvllltig and old dwelling In lair condition Uinn and other out tmlldlort On county nnd tplendld tobacco land well watered two wella tpring etc Till U Je ilralle hou Irlce II6 W0tlburlUtlllalClltOOoI scboolIlIndMo 4iSeien room dwelling rod cellar acd II tret land Ncrer ftlllogwellandtprlrr Vocln and ulliulldlnn in 1lr condition Uuwp place dote to town Will lult a imall laully No 4Twoitory rauiilwellln Troonii hall and veranda Cl0001lCudea fenclnc and boute I- DphI repair ale or o Irlw rMtonabl No M I arm of acrw tltuatrJ bear Klnit Title Ky acne In cultivation In tiuiWrieil In Kraw well watered two rood barn and other OIU1rarUIho 1lom 0 K oIt IrulrtyIk aod WUtll roaol II the Una In that tectlon W will aell the whole farm lot U or la turreti of not M than u arm to ullpurchater TbU U certainly cheap property NoJI Dwelling of ruouii with So acre lind In Monland baro ami DNmaary outdulld lD i t well In allllIoIIJ orrhirj and a thI- n trrrl IniutrJIaUpounaloti Irtc IA No Twoituctiolcooilt lor ule her par tlcnlariad1rr t Central Kentucky Keal Katat Ki chance Till lb WI1DureIy 1nnnNo 11I0UllIot firtacmof laud In McKIn ney ky IIttary oulliulldioia rrnclng good and well watered Will Hell tbU pile on taty Si acre of good land Uroorat two dwelling will watertd guud lendng Ilia lhtuburUoftb cltyolSuafbrilclo e totiradiil rhooliod UadnuaM beta Trie rrawuabl No 97 4 room fram col Ug and on acr o land In Klngtvlllr Ky Lara Urn tniok Uvx uJalr1rtNo Tnacmof land two front rot CoodrlltOKuod two tlablee bufgr houte init1 bout tIC A good wtll on ptr tber ItalM gool mill oe th place t g cruiher In mill It It run l y ml ural wrr which la a great eivnowy nil the dim It In good repair Wilt Mil ibe prupetty at a low fifuteurl IItNo M Krara hotel hra room deuU veran daa ballway tic A largo 2 tlory iloreroon Irontlng ttml feet Iruix hotel up ilain tulu ble ford ing nlc rattagt nlivly lurolibeJ papereiland lntdi room and Veranda etcb A rg on taw lot uwd at livery tiabl Uood rden Vacant 11 IIJoloID r front by 94 foetdeep Allot thltpro rty 110 linden Ky IdOIl7lprllOrwonib On anounlof health of bit wlfr man forfeiting proprietor dttlrr to ncbaf- 4 farm In UbrolD counly Not nlc Jour room collate water la cootNIIIfo 71 A email farm efTS icre of good land located clot to Iowa Irlc IMB- O3s aerrlo Allen county Kj on rail road Anti pike about acre calllvated about 125 timber and ernat and abon ISOIneraiit Timber on place It cut to II blalrIethe place twice ant A large ln I fenc ed Thor are four dwelling of room tach and one tore of twoHorlet with room Hbovr ha well and irlnp of water 1lu lubalCoioDolyICbuilt yarllllcn 1Im And water power tlinlkttvr month tuf Ilid year It U an up titilatri fuller uilll with burr for corn itnd raml Ixtlt Tim engine li of tyrar run arm with Ihn mill Including what U wltb Ilirt l ou i of S rtxitnt All for 0330 or 11 100 for the mill and 14 ncrr Uno ha f rath IU floe IraiW No mill In 10 u Ilea No 8flC arrr of land near Junction Cllrrul u aevo IIId acrrt lit cuhlnllon nil In Irai nlie young orcbatd and oi of IBI I grapn bar ltt In kenlucky Irly old 2Iloll UOdrI- Irl 11 yeer Well watered and fencing goo l IUM to Kln l ami cbutctwe A twotlury tlx rogm fnRl Jflln eli alUa CI rrpalr flic 1tIM tie Ufor crw ol unimproved land lo Iroa ifUnty 01111111 from Station on Iron Mountain rouie Will Mil 01 eicbang fiproprriiln Llncolncounty WHEN YOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST MACHINE MADE IN YOUR OWN TOWN KNOW FAIR DEALING OWNI It BACKED BY THE SINGER GUARANTEE SOLD OR RENTED ATtSinger Sewing Machine Coos Office Opposite the St Asaph Hotel Stanford KyIII c PLOWHIIS Manager STNfRDM ifnMAlf SEMINARY First term begins MONDAY SKIT 4 15105 Our faculty is strong equipment firstclass surroundings comfortable college work done on col lege principles work accepted 1Iy the licit institutions in the State rates very reasonable II Dont send off to school when you have as good or better advantages nt home Address OSOAH B FALLIS Preaident SnnfordKy t