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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Yv t IVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1905 NO 54 J A Fatal Runaway Published by Kequost of Family Ono of the saddest deaths to occur in Columbia In many years was that of Miss Dollio Vunoy of Stanford Mon stay Sho and her slater Miss Mary had bccnvIsitinjt1hlr tmcle Mr Thurman near this place and at tending the Fair Monday morning accompanied by Mr Twyinun Atkins they drove out to the residence of Mr John H Coffey to bid Mm Coffey goodbye before taking the euq for homo MIIII Dolllo unit Mr Mary went In to see Mra Coiroy and during her absence the horse became r frightened find made a dash in the direction of town Mr Atkins clung manfully to tho lines und would no doubt have succeeded in Rotting the homo under control but ost his balI ance and was thrown from the buggy Feeling no further restraint on the reins tho now thoroughly frightened horse plunged wildly onward When near the rosldunco of Mr arsons it Is thought by those who S witnessed the nlTalr that Miss Vu noy attempted to jump out At tiny rate site fell violently to the ground just in front of Mr Parsons residence Mrs Gel CofTcy and Mrs Parsons and several other ladies ran to her imme diately and were horrified to lad life almost extinct They tenderly carried her Into tho house and dispatched n runner for Dr Grady who at qnco re ponded However before ho arrived the gentle spirit had taken Its flight It developed that tiro young lady was Instantly killed by tho terrible full tier neck was broken and her right t limb was also broken just Above the ankleThe parents of the unfortunate young lady were immediately telephoned by Mr John IS Colfey and ar rangements for the removal of the remains made Many of Columbias no ble hearted women laid aside every thing and hurried to the scene of deAth Motherly hangs washed the blood stairs from thu pure white brow and prepared the silent farm for its last journey home Motherly hands and voices sought to comfort tho pros trated sister while their hearts throb bed with emotion and tears welled up to their eyes Everything that tender hands could do was done for the comfort of the grief stricken sister The remains were placed in a beautiful white plush casket and tho hearse fol lowed by tho sister and uncle and a number of friends from this places took up Its 65 mile journey to Stanford which was unbroken during the night Interment took place near Stanford Tuesday afternoon In tho presence of a very large crowd of friends and re lativesDeceased was n beautiful young lady about JO years of age and during her visit here won a host of friends Next week she would have returned to Col logo and would have graduated next year Wt deeply deplore her untimely taking away und our profound sympa thy goes out to each member of her family in their sorrow What a vast differenco in tho nnttcl ntod home going und tho real ono I The former would have been bright and joyous Tho lat ter was extremely sad and created n sorrow in the hearts of her loved ones that time can not erase Columbia S Spectator To The Memory Of Dolly There was never a golden sunbeam That fell on a debolata places Hut left some traco of its presence That time can never efface On Monday Aug 28th the sad news t swept over the country that Dolly Va The pictures ofnoy was dead very health and happiness laughing and chattingwith her friends she was snatched away without n moments warning verifying that In the midst Death when of life we are in death p it cornea to the old und Infirm Is indeed sod but when it comes to a noble young woman how piercingly sad und heart rending it Id to those who loved her so devotedly In life and they realize that the grim monster chooses a shining mark The light of tho household the youngest there Dear ones weep not but look forward to tho lloautiful t Some Duyor the song sho sang much nnd when cares overshadow you k and hands arcyour eyes are heavy your tired remember that some day when you shall bo happier n day when rest and peace and sweet content shall take and sorrow and wopainthe placQof at the gate shall lay down the burden on the other side of which we all 4hope to find rest and joy in heaven Dolly loved her friends Gentle and unassuming she gained their love ever forgetful of self In contributing to the happiness or others Truly did her friends over her lifeless form tShe was n sweet girl i There is no death What seems so is transits on Sho lives today and stand ing on tho battlements of heaven she calls to her loved ones and friends to bo comforted Sho has left them but they shall meet again DBVOTEO FUIEND HUSTONVILLE Cowan McCormack want toil cur loads of good butcher cattle at once for tho Eastern market George Itoutt has rented tho Jenkins farm nnd will move us soon as posses sion can bo given him Mrs II R Oldson and children uc compunlcd byf Misses Maul und Dollie Williams loft this week for Roanoke Ala J G Weathcrford Co have re ceived another car load of salt nnd are prepared to salt down any competitors on prices W G COwan refused 1000 profit on the Wimthurford farm Gill wants to live on tho piko und convenient to the schools etc We nro glad to announce that W S VnnArsilalt has rerented tho Cloyd furor nnd he nnd his excellent wife will bo with us permanently wo hope Newton I1ros dusiro to return their thanks to their hosts of friends from Lincoln and Casey conntie who lib orally patronized them nt Somerset dur ing the fair Horn on mornlg of the lnatcclip8e of tho sun to the wife of E A Itichen back of ML Salem an 11pound boy EA Ulchonbach Jr for which many thanks uro extended by the happy father and mother to Dr Alcorn T J Robinson has sold his farm of 120 acres to F M Ieavyhouse und suns nt 75 Iossesslonin 30 days This is more evidence of what our graded school is doing for the fortunate owner of pro erty within the Iwundary of the districtAn attractive home of iUO acres of all hemp und tobacco land Ij miles from town on turnpike Splen did Improvements well watered and fenced Must sell in CO lays or not nt nil Not nn acre of poor land in the tract Call on W It Williams Contracts have been let material taught and work will begin in a short while on another seven room modern cottage on the corner of Western Ave and West Main Street by Thomas Peacock The building is n model of architectural skill and la to bo ready for occupancy by Dec 1st The manager of the Southern league wired James Fro to name u price oal which ho would play the balance of the season und come nt once Mr Frye de dined on account of fever in the South Ills record this season with the Frankfort team shows he participated in 15 games winning 12 nnd without an er rorJ Sid Adams has quite a lucrative position on tho road for n wholesale house In Hirminghnm Ala Miss Isabel Ross of Dripping Springs was with friends hero this week Mra Inttio Williams and family have taken rooms at the College for tho convenience of her children who will attend the Graded School A feature worth hearing will be the speech of Mr Chas Wheeler at tho opening of our graded school next Monday to which all are Invited Mr Wheeler is president of tho ward of education and has traveled this country from ocean to ocean nnd although ho hasnt u child now to educate in his years of trawl he has seen tho necessi ty of u bettor education so evident that ho is ready to give his time and means to help those who arc willing to accept On Tuesday evening at the horn of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J C Coulter near Middlcburg their hand pome daughter Miss Jessie was mar riot to Mr Jason Taylor of Lust Bench New Mexico After the cere mony by Rev J Q Montgomery tho 100 or more friends and relatives pres ent wore given u bountiful feast of all tho delicacies of the season Tho costumes as well us presents wero elegant The bride und groom wore given nn elegant supper lit tho beautiful homo of tho grooms father Mitchell Taylor in Danville on Wednesday evening and left for their homo in New Mexico on the midnight train Are You Engaged Knguged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels can lag avoided by keeping their di gestions in good condition with Klee trlc Hitters S A Brown of lien ucttsvllle S 0 says For years my wilt suffered intensely from dys pepsia complicated with u torpid liver until she lost lace strength und vigor and becamo u mere wreck of her former self Then sho tried Klcetrlo Hitters which helped hOI nt once and finally malls lice entirely well Shb is now strong und healthy 0 L Pen ny druggist Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard sell und guarantee them at 50o a bottle Atlantas only yellow ever case re suited fatally k INEWS NOTES is being wrought by forest fires about Wallace Idaho A nephew of Madame Witte killed a woman at Moscow and committed sui cide Aa a result of dissatisfaction over- the peaco terms rlotlnsfhas Begun at Tokio Kosguth Clubb shot und seriously wounded his brother Cash Clubb at Plensureville Three persons were killed and several injured in a wreck on the Burlington railroad at Brush Col fatallyhurtlightning at the county fair at Richfield Utah Brig Gen Thomas T Crittenden Colonel nf tho Sixth Indiana regiment during tho Civil Wnr died lit East Gloucester Mass Clem J Whittemore noting for State Auditor S W linger will dismiss the backtax suits against the national banks in Paducah A St Louis hassyndicate I just pur chased flOOO acres of coal and tim ber lands in Leslie county the consid oration being about 160000 The explosion of a poanut roaster at a Labor day picnic at Evansville Ind resulted in tho fatal scalding of the owner nnd the killing of n boy oxpertfromwhere has he found as good indications of diamonds as in Elliott county Ky An effort to obtain the Lincoln birth place for tho United States Spanish war veterans to be preserved byjthcm has been started by Louisville veterans The work of counting the money in the treasury at Washington is nearly completed About 35000000 in stan dard silver dollars remain to be counted N A Confederate veteran In his uniform of gray received an ovation at the G A II parade In Denver Fifteen thousand men were in the line of march Judge W M Reed overruled the motion for n new trial of Mary Brockwcll who murdered her three children at Pa ducah and sentenced her to the peni tentiary for life Fearing mob violence J K Collins sheriff of Luruc county brought Mil lard Keith to Louisville for safekeep ing Keith is charged with the murder of Mrs Malinda Johnson Arthur Parsons 10 years old of Louisville witnessed u parachute leap Then he took a sheet and some ropes and jumped from n high shed He escaped with n fractured leg Nell Wolf secretary of n Philadel phia Automobile Company and Miss Mamie Hamill daughter ofa prominent citizen of Germantown Philadelphia were killed in nn automobile accident at Atco N J Three hundred mail wagon drivers in NOW York city went out on n strike Tuesday They claim that the New York Mail Company wlilch has the mailhauling contract has failed to keep its promised agreement The City Council of Owingsville de cided to tax every business and pro fessional man to make out the 1000 taxes which will be lost to the town by abolishing the saloon The new license law takes effect January Tho crop report of tho Kentucky Agricultural Department states that there is a full corn crop The yield of wheat is below tho avenge Oats and rye are above the average The to bacco which is being rapidly housed is goodThe storm on Lake Superior proved to one of tho most disastrous in- tn4iny years In addition to the steam er Sevona the Schooners Pretoria the Ingest sailing vessel on fresh water and Olivo Jeanetto were wrecked 20 lives and property valued at 00000 were lost W R Polk Fletcher who nar rowly escaped tho death sentence nt Russcllville for alleged criminal assault on Mary Gladder has made an affidavit denying any relationship or connection with any supposed bribery of N E Christian the juror who held out for n penitentiary sentence of 20 years Chamberlains Cough Remedy Aids Nature Medicines that aid nature are always most effectual Chamberlains Cough Uemedy nets on this plan It allays tho cough relieves tho lungs ulds expectoration opens tho secretions und aids nature in restoring tho system to a healthy condition It Is famous for its cures over a large part of tho civilized world Thousands have testified to its superiorcxcollenee if counteracts any tendency of u cold to result in pneumonia Per sale by all druggists This is a great country We have cholera in the Philippines bubonic plague in Panama and yellow fever in New Orleans Frankfort Journal MR CHAS F MONTGOMERY Caseys next county attorney lie Was nominated by the democrats of the State of Casey and what he will do to his political opponent Mr J C Lay will be n plenty Mr Montgomery is the oldest son of Eld J Q Montgom ery and lived In this county until some six or eight years ago lIe is u grad uate of State College and is one of the host lawyers at tho Liberty bar A year ago ho married Miss Mary Car penter of the West End of this county Mr Montgomerys many friends in Lin coln wish him success In his race and would be deelighted to deaden over tho Casoy line and vote for him if they could KINGSVILLE Dr Bradford Warren opened school Monday with u good attendance Green Murphy wife and littledaugh ter Esther went on un excursion to FrankfortMr M Creighton continues ill Miss Sallie Walls entertained u number of her friends socially Thursday eve ning Meredith Francis will have u G A R reunion at the usual place about 21 miles from Kingsville the lutter part of this month It has been suggested that the Chris tian church be converted into an opera house or concert hall It has long been without a pastor or theleast prospect ofoneThompson Evans have contracted to build a house for Louis Watts John G Walls has traded real estate with Tom lIoupt and the former will build a residenceThe melon season hero is about over T R Taylor claims the chare pionship as he raisedone which weigh veryhestyear Messrs McElroy Kirby Brown and others lire doing splendidly In the sew ingmachine business here They are very clever and popular gentlemen and lave been stopping at Hotel Walter for the past three weeks Mrs Manfred Chevolette spent sev eral days with her parents at Highland This fair young matron so recently made u bride has our apologies for hav- Ing written her maiden name in our last letter instead of the one she now bears z HIGHLAND i Sorghum making has begun Rev Strother Cook of Mercer held services at the Christian church last Sabbath J M Atkins has sold his furor to Mr Thomas of Lee county for 1200 0 G Speaks has sold his furm to a Mr Baughman of Danville nt 13 S M Young wife und baby of Old Landing have been with is brother G M Young Mr Hail of Putnam county Ind is visiting his brother Jeff lieu utter an absence of M years Mrs Chevolette of Kingsville was vis- Iting her mother Mra Faulkner Sun day Mica Moore of Durgin visited her grandparents Mr nnd Mrs King Dr Acton wife und son of Kingsville spent Sunday nt Cl1 Youngs lien Baugh nnd wifo visited the family of W H Graybenl at Eubanks Elbert John Eflie and Gracie Young spent sew oral days with relatives at Science hilt and Somerset Win Griffin of O K visited W G Acton this week Got oft cheap Ho may well think ho has got off cheap who titter having contracted constipation or indigestion Istillublo to perfectly restore his health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings New Life 1llls A quick pleasant anti certain euro for headache constipa tion etc mow ut G L Penny drug store Stanford und Lyno Ilros Crab Orchard guaranteed The Russianand Japanese peace en voys left Portsmouth Wednesday and after brief stops in Boston arrived in New Yorklast night Both delegations were received with great enthusiasm at points along the line of their journey Q All AmericatS3 SO AND S4 SHOESIAro shaped like n foot All the seams ore deeply hurled 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 tho bottom of tho shoe together can not become uneven ridge because between them and tho soft insolo is n hard leather sole Tho It els must always fit because thecoun tor is curved nt both top nnd bottomjthe eyelets are covered on the inside with n soft leather strip No matter how tight tho shoes are laced they can not pinch thofeet All America Shoes are good looking They cost 8350 awl 400 because they could lint he made better nt a higher price SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY II r iI Buy your Superior Grain Drill Oliver plow Tiger Disc Harrow and Armour Fertilizer from W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY I I250 NOVELS 250 IA 1LiteratSummer Reading 1 Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILL NCRAIGDru- ggist and Optician The Gibralter of Rockcastlc County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Ollerato the People n 1AllouulllIndividual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your Iusiness anti wo guarantee a pleasant anti profitahle relation Pay S por cent interest on all deposits of 8100 or more when left in the hank and not checked upon for a period of six months Je W HUTCHESON Cashier s Hello McKinney I11 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 H83D pot St Stanford Ky i 11 r The Interior Journal I IE C WALTON I DEMOCRATIC TICKET tForSenator J R L HUBBLE For HepreientnllTO JJM ALVERSON f For County Judge BC WARREN t For County Attorney- S WS BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR 1FurCounty ClerK GEORGE COOPER i For Assessor W A CARSON fForSuperintendent of Fcbooln 1GARLAND SINGLETON For Jailer W I HERRIN TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL is badly mistaken when ft says that Bro Lucia Robertson of the Pineville Herald is Republican While he is publishing an independent newspaper he would like to see a Democratic Governor froi the mountains of Eastern Kentucky elected next time London Local We take it all back and beg ten thousand pardons The Pineville paper changes hands so frequently we are unable to keep up with its editors but naturally supposed Brer Robertson was a republican as all of his predecessors jr that republican ridden section had been of that faith JUDGE ALTON B PARKER will suc ceed Prof Collins as chief counsel for the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company t at an annual salary of 100000 The judge is a failure at getting votes but when it comes to landing good fees for his legal work he is in a class by him self AFTER thoroughly diagnosing the caseI the Memphis Commercial Appeal handsj out the following The people of tucky seem to be heartily tired of Joe Blackburn and well they may be Black burn is a fluent talker a fireeater and a man of limited intellectual calibre A PRISONER who confessed to have foully murdered a man was let off byaj Lexington judge with a 60day work house sentence Had he been guilty of expectorating on the pavements of the Blue Grass capital he would have bareJ ly escaped a life sentence in the pen ADVERTISING nearly always pays An Oklahoma girl spent 10 in advertis ing for a husband and got one who died in a year leaving her 10000 THE republican nominees in Logan county having seen the handwriting have withdrawn and the democratic candidates there have a walkover POLITICAL Williamsburg is soon to have a firstI class water works system Hon Speed Guffey a prominent democratic politician is dead at Morgan townWilliam W Whitehouse has been ap ii pointed postmaster at Aliceton Boyle countyPresident Roosevelt has demanded the resignation of Public Printer W F Palmer to take effect on Sept 15 Senator Money of Mississippi in an interview in Washington says he sees no hope of railway legislation or tariff revision by the coming Congress Robert W Cole was elected Mayor of Barbourville by the City Council to fill out the unexpired term of his broth er Henry C Cole who recently diedI Judge John M Lassing chairman ofc the Democratic State Campaign Com mittee has announced that heads quarters for the campaign would inr F Bosworth of Middles borohas been nominated by the HepubI licans to represent the counties DellIJ Harlan Perry and Leslie in the next LegislatureMayor F Grainger of Lou isville was elected Tuesday a them ber of the Democratic State Campaign Committee succeeding R W Miller who resigned- In the Republican primary election in Clay county the following were nom inated for county offices Judge D W White Attorney Thomas Webb Sheriff T G Cgndiff Clerk William Marcum Superintendent Luther Hat ton Jailer Joseph Lewis Assessor George Baker There s trouble in de land Wm Elliott colored calls a convention of exclusively colored voters to meet Sat urday afternoon in executive sesI sion to determine who which and what to support in the Republican primary Sept 12 Heretofore these I colorline meetings were held to fix a price of allegiance to the bosses WeI are not advised of the purpose this timeSomerset Journal Three women may a secret keep If as it has been said Theres one of the lot has heard it not And the other two arelead t RtJI sltt CHURCH MATTERS Barbourville is to have u new Moth dlst church to cost 8000 The annual session of the Kcntuck Conference of the Methodist Episcop Church South opened at Covingtoi Bishop Warren A Candlcr is presu ingThe meeting at the Christian church conducted by the pastor Rev L M Omer closed Wednesday night Large crowds attended each service and much good was done CommanrlerEvnBootbLoLth full vation Army will make a tour next spring of the socalled feud district In the Kentucky mountains She will be accompanied by other army officials Clyde E Van der Maaten of Louisville has been appointed field secretat of the Kentucky Christian Endeavor j Union by Elder F M Tinder of Lan caster president of the society Mi Van der Maaten will make his heat quarters in Louisville We are engaged in a meeting of some interest at Holmes Chapel with several additions to date George Cat penter is conducting the song servic andrendering valuable assistance in other ways Will close Saturday night writes Eld J G Livingston Rev Miles Saunders the mountain missionary will be in Louisville next week to Undergo an operation for ey e trouble Ho is blind having lost his physlciansrThe Rev Mr Saunders is now at Shepherdsville He has been associated with the Rev Dr E 0 Guerranl in mountain mission work and is widely knownLouisville Times Rev Snun ders is the father of Hon James N Saunders of this place IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Thompson formerly of Lebanon sHot and killed his wife and fatherin law J D Cooper at Evergreen Ala The Bennett Jellico Coal Company- of Knox county filed incorporation articles with the Secretary of State capital 500000 John Fritz a young merchant of Waco Madison county killed a Negro named Richard Deathcrage who had threatened to kill him George Richardson colored living at Redhouse was instantly killed by an Lat N train He was in Richmond and had started home under the influence of Anderson county grand jury returned an indictment against William York for the murder of his brother James R York Sr The accused was taken from the Jefferson county jail to LawrenceburgDock was arrested at Richmond by the postal authorities charged with robbing the mails on Rural Route No 3 Complaints have been filed with the department for some time of the loss of small sums of money Epper sons arrest was effected by marked coin being placed in some letters The prisoner is only 15 years old Here and There Cholera continues to spread in Ger manyRobert T Lewis sold to Joe Jordan a bay gelding for 130 The last two cases of yellow fever at Natchez Miss have been discharged- D B Ellison died at Shepherdsville- from blood poison caused bya hog bite J Tom Carter a wellknown hotelman formerly of Louisville died at Glasgow A mob at Tokio has burned and destroyed 10 Christian churches and one Mission house A home for letter carriers who may become victims of tuberculosis will be reeled at Colorado Springs Col The 10th district meeting of the Christian Womens Board of Missions i session at Danville is largely attend d A medical journal which has kept tab aye there were 104 less deaths from exg losions last 4th of July than that of will of Frederick P Rindge of ios Angeles Cal written by himself n an ordinary sheet of note paper leaves his entire estate worth 20000 00 to his widow and three children MATRIMONIAL u Frank Vollmer aged 70 and Mrs ebecca White 46 were married at laysville RaymondMcCarty and Miss Jennie Carr of Somerset eloped to Tennessee and were married W L Griffin and Miss Mollie Long were married at Eubanks yesterdaay larriage license was obtained here Mr Ollle Fields a splendid young man and Miss Mamie Anderson the beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs T O Anderson will be married at the rides home on Sept 16 Both are prominent young people of thoTurners ville section Jason iaylor of New Mexico andI Miss Jessie Coulter the handsome laughter of Mr and Mrs James C Coulter of Middleburg were married Tuesday The groom is a wealthy anchman They have been sweethearts for years FOR SALEA good stock of general icrphandiso in best town in Southern Kentucky Box 142 Somerset Ky t Judge James Hargis in the case of B F French charged with enticing Mom Feltner and other winesses out of the State in the damage suit of Mrs James B Marcum for the murder of her husband testified that the 1500 given Feltner was only a loan Judge Hargis was put on the stand over the objection of his counsel- Artful and Sysonby will hardly meet Saturday in the Annual Champion Stakes John R Rogers it Is said feels that the Whitney filly is not equal to the occasion TO THE LADIES I liiiv oHii tI u Dnhsnmklnu K tnhlUh mitil ul my home on IXMUII a ulrnr ui tit patrouatfv o 11tUxllcofhitsI- eotutnuntt proinioini KiiiUfactory work Uiv licit IliuiiiA VICITH ntiinnml Ky Commissioners Sale Lincoln Otrcult Court lltrry mail Mona IiiitnllfTva M V Moons mlmrxet ill IHiumliiliU otlK01Hnl- clurunut to u judgment of tin llmolii circuit iunrt HINIW ttyled 1IlOIt lit 1111111111 Amfmt h l IlKiin diT ltfntdriMiiiuU lomy afakl court will on- MUNHAYHKIT tlU0 lietween nnd laektbfroaltortl11 court Irohlteihttgryfollowing ilecrlihd r u vttntv Mtimtxl in tin1 town of MoKliuuv Ky lowit VliHt commonly known the VYnindu Hotel tloloundurycorner thence rt WS W ntMiut loo fttt to V M WuIfOlllfIYitllIl H Iflt W 110 av It H 1 nlwut lui feel to IIl1hbltOIJrIIlr thence N JAH W u ixglualgThinobltvIof h tOMltlnfythndrlit ulJudRwl the plalntltT hcn 1n hh U for th lit or DUwith Interent thereon IIlltreenl froth AuKunt W6 and the tots Thu Milo will miulo on u credit of lx rrpdredloghegoo1 security urvwhietothelolatntlsslouer uul IicnrlnR Intercut nt the mteof percent MT annum froth data of salt until paid GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C but will serve under you LEAD Slmrlmour Ise- butespress lye You walk with these shoes not In thorn your loot oontroIt-hemfhfy dont control your feet by Jtnff under you I The patent U R F1T It holds your shoes and feet together so that the weight of your body does not shift around and twist your shoes out of shape are the only shoes good enough to carry the IURFITMade calf or kid or genuine patent Russian colt with solid heels uniform bullshldo oak tAnned eolor FOB SALE BT HJ McROBRETS STOUTSHODSWe I l 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 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 tr 12 If there is a better boys every day schoolIshoe than the Level Best we have not seen it 9 to 13 at 7513 12 to 2 at 200 2 12 to ISize at 225 and mens sizes 250 We carry a SEAM LESS SHOE made by the same people as Mike and Level Best in a lower price and a i i good one and made for service A school boy must have a stout shoe and we can furnish them t I f IH J MROBERTS ANFORDI Small Farm Wanted II I desire to rent n miinll farm ot 13 to i ncrex not iicnlln 2 or 8 liillri f rirni clthe llIlIIonlor t HIYtlit Farrar mut tx WIll linprovvtl unit It UltiK on pike Hpur HyiupMin llhllhufg Ky FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Kiinu contain no acre of land In goo thrum cultlvntluiiX inllen from trnli Or chunlon Jjincn lerplke3ncre In mriiil ow aiHcnx In cultivation x tint iinnleim orclinriletc The Improvement coiulit o n house of tlxroonii newly pnwr l and In very good n piiir JUttrn nt iloor Hervunt roots outhoue numerous nnd In good eon dltlon HplendlilitalilMiimltwocrlln Will prlvntly lox n CrntiOrclmrd Ky McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Slanudeturer of JlJunkl Yllfn tkrnfusyourwoollvr- take wool In oxclmtiKe for work nllowln the HiitUfnctlon RUnriintitM Unll or write for prim und Information Agents wnntfd FOR SALE Tint Jim Walker UIJlW harm of iC Derr of fertile land with the improve menu und plenty of water yrur round Alxmt last lira U odicVtof MrKluneynudpdnathtland- oh 41111OwelaKITnnnrA n ney nnd Col Hall AnderMin front UIXH the turnpike and Houthern It It uml li iKitof n ihour iKirKiilnforMimi one TrmscanyKUWAITI lluttonvllii Ky MoKINNEY ROLLER MILLS HcSianoy Ky thin MeKlrmeyfoQrrJIit nun wvunrlthrrnlceof Mr dorm an I 1 IlIfl 1111I miller feel warrant cd In ollerlnu to the public n mill rand to lion In grin111nRor work of any kllld fhu iiiiichtnery In it ii In nood nuilr ii Put Itit pru duct of It utiimU oecond to none In thl ace lion Ciutoin Krlndlim n nixcliilty I will iiUo keep on hiiiiil coal of nil kliidn which I wlIIlIlIt the lowest mnrkct print Frr tlEtcalwuvsintok want to buy your wheat anil will pay you the hlthel LIUI market rh fur It J HMUItiIIY McKlnney Ky THE VERDICT I Henen do ir window Hcreena and creim IIIK llluo Flume NiekleOil Htoven IAte Uiirtiilns HhadiH role KxUnMon Itriick Mattlnit 1ortlirrri Uruhcs JitrtiilnHtrHtcherittiiriKtHlretclier to remove wlllof hour Ioy Mctlon ltrrJwtnnd llutldliiK iuper Drxr Windows 1iilliH Vnrtiloli Ktalim nnd Knameli rictnrei rniined 101I1 Main ilnn llltKKleii Now Dad Old Furniture some anti MO you can nnine Mimethlnic we do not kivp flood llv fY of horse nUll haggle und feetl Kxcelliiit undertaklnueiinlpment- Ilpnty of hormH teal feed r TlrliiK ilonil Pruitt BrothersMorilnmlKy F PUBLIC SALE of Land Stqck and Crop AHOxeeiitorof tiorKe 1Y Kvanx dtcefU il I will soil nt pilhllo sole on- T1IUIIHUAY IMrTOHK n 8 lit hU Into renhlence threu inlltH North of JniliOrchnnlon tilt Ijincnnter pike in Iln coin county Ky u tplendld flue fl- lfllflllIolltullIllIlI ntiout I urns Dud will with goal Tnwini hoUMt InrKu other lull Idiag This furm In wel- lntemdnudlsnntieshook nnd grain fnrin MM at the time dncu IIlwucl 100dlOJllOlIn1 fcedlntf cattle lot of cows muleii Ihucres of corn In ha hock hay oat ic uho farmlnii Ini ileinentK nousehold nnd kitchen furniture al- leafguvilckyw111tukuplcnun In show the farm to pcrons Ie tlu IlIlId Ufont tiny of wile Plenty of dinner 011 the ground for overylxxl- yJ H Hutchlnisxe- cutor George W Kvnns drceotvtl T DKnglUhAuct rJrt r 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 Q Stanford Kentucky BBB 3BBBBBBBBBB Cull and see tho points of superiority in our Electric Knngo over any I tiling ever shown in the city You can not afford to Without ono ofthcso if you want good baking with little labor Be sure toeeoit bcforoyoubuyi j GEORGE H FAHRIS t Stanford Kentucky1rt Cover Coats 0 t J i t Wo nro showing semi pretty tIlill Govcrt Coats fur Clul1nll wcnr Tjicy nro pretty niiil tylifby but not expensive 85 to 87CO t I h SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY W KY SUIT K 1101 1BriolU We have n new stock of lox papers that will interest ou New shapes Drug Storet qualities Pennys t PERSONALS 1 l Fncp COOK has entered school at Halt riman Tqnn iMii C D SAMPSON of Moro was here Tuesday Mil M F KLKIN of Lexington woe hero Wednesday MRS JAMBS J WHITK la visiting relatives nt ML Vernon Miss EDNA CAMNITZ of Hustonville Li with Miss Clara Cooper Ii MISS PATSY IKBWITT of Lexington is with M IM TcvU Carpenter MISS UKCA IlAKBit of MU Vernon I In with Miss Sam Baughman t MISSES LEAVKLI of UryanUvlllc are with Miss Tevis Carpenter Miss LJTTIB CALWVELL of London is with MU1 Ella May Sounders MR ELWOOO K TOTTKN has entered a buslnesss college in Lexington Mus ED 4KYTOS has been sick for cvernl weeks but la somewhat better Miss GLADYS JOHNSON of Junction City was the guest of tho Misses Bur detto Miss ALZA THOMPSON of ML Vernon U tho guest of Miss Addle Mc t JAMKH MlLLHit of A hford Ala is with her mother Mm Suet Holme HON G A LACKEY in visiting his t daughter Mrs S W Givens at Mlddloflboro MRS H C FARMS is considerably better Her condition was deemcdcrit leal Wednesday MRS J 11 AUIRIOHT and son Em cry Albright of Drodhcad were hero shopping Tuesday WAUUACK GOVEK of Crab Orchard has entered Eld Milton Elliotts school at North Mlddtetown MRS J W SAILKB of harrolsburgi- ce with her sister Mrs W M McKin ney In the West End MESSRS T U HAMMONDS of Casey and J D Hammonds of Uusscll are c here looking for farms MISSES DOnA WHUAMB and Mollie Riley of london are guests of Miss Annie Bronnugh at Crab Orchard MRS GKOJMIB UIONBY and our pretty Klngsvllle correspondent Miss Elizabeth Creighton were callers ycstenluy Mu AND MRS J K FAIIKIS of Dan vllle and Mrs G C Keller of Louis ville were hero Wednesday to nee Mrs H C Farris Miss FREDA THHS of Danville is fill ing Miss Nettle WrayV place in the telephone exchange while the latter Is taking a rest pit CARL L WHKBUKR orders his paper changed from Lexington to New York City where ho has gone to attend H course of lectures MIss SOPIIA SAUNDKUS entertained a large number of her little friends very delightfully Tuesday afternoon nt her homo on Dnnvlllo Avenue Dr AND MRS J M BRYANT of Cmiisle are with Mr K H Boazloy and wife They are on their way to Somerset where Doctor will open ndnig store Mil R J McMULUN of Midway who will bo one of tho teachers In the Graded School which begins Monday has arrived and Is ready to enter upon JAms DILIION M U Smith Pearl Clark and Brown of London and C A Carson and C It Smith of Corbin attended tho hop Wednesday evening MRS JACOII xNO of Madison has returned hone after a visit at tho homo of J II Reynolds tit Morcland Mrs James Doolin of Somerset Is visiting Mrs J H Reynold Miss SAIMB McWuoiiTBii of Crab Orchanl who has liad considerable ex lerlenco in teaching the young hilt tho primary department of tho Stanford Male Female Seminary DR AND MRS CLIFTON FOWLER will move to town next year and occupy a suite of rooms in Mr J n Colfeys 4large house The doctor has rented his farm to his soninlaw fr P L Beck MIL H R CAMNITZ and family who 4 became residents of Columbia nearly a removed td Huatonvilleagoyear their old home last week Mr Cam nit during his stay in this place held a position in tho job department of this office He labored under disadvanatges In bad health but thin- gIj considered was folthrul News able to be atthe officeAdair f Miss MANCY WARE of McKinney Is HuhbluI of Rich TUlsIIJlYI Mil OHO D WBATIIKRfORD of Hus tonvllle who has been very ill is im proving slowly MBSSIW BOWMAN OWHNS and Thor Wallace of McKinney are attending a house party given by Miss Rash near Richmond LOCALS WANTEDA good cook immediately Addrego Box lt Stanford IT has every Friday for sever al months and tho prospects fora down pour today are good THE justadded to our land lOc department are wonders Ue sure to see them John 1 Jones TUB I willrun an excursion to Louisville Sept 24th at 175 for the roundtrip Train leaves Stanford at G30 A SL ALL others wishing to order any or the Aluminum cooking utensils will pleax9 notify Harry Higgins before Sept 14th DROP In court day and tell us some news Incidentally you might also renew your subscription to this paper if you are behind with it TUB L N will sell roundtrip tick cU to the State Fair at Lexington at 2 Sale begins Sept 17th and continue until gird good until 2ith TUB Stanford MadeFemale Semi nary has 65 pupils with the prospects of an increase to 75 by Monday next The Graded School opens its doors Monday In CUrTON FOWLER tells us of the death at Alexandria La of his ot friend Capt Charles Overton Harris formerly of Madison county lie died suddenly aged i leaving a wife and a number of children He went to Lou isiana a number of years ago rimilcSALBI will sell at McKinney on next Saturday Sept 9 1905 at my house a lot of plows harness household and kitchen furniture 0 K range cook stove Radiant Home Heater couch and many other things Sale will begin at II Terms cash J W Halley McKinney Ky Mu JAMKS I WHITE one of the incorporators has filed articles of incorporation in the county clerkofllce for Whites Concentrated Water Salts Co capital stock 10000 The other incorporators are H S G J and R C White The principal place of bus incas will be at Crab Orchard YOUR attention is called to the sale advertisement of H C Baughman who will otter at public sale on Tues day Oct 3 at his farm near Huatonville a large lot of stock crop etc Mr Haughman will we aro glad to say move to Stanford having rented Dr W N Craigs brick residence AT the entertainment to bo given at Oak Grove near Yosemite by Jones Kclsay Saturday week 10th premiums will be given for tho best corn tobacco etc There will be various contests for which liberal prizes are offered A game of ball between Mid dleburg and llustonvillo and a frcefor nil trot or puce are some of the sports that will IKJ enjoyed TUB Hop At least 50 couples tripped tho light fantastic to the sweet strains of Storms Military Orchestra at Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening Tho weather was fine the girls were dressed in their best suits of clothes the boys w Chesterfields in chivalry and the music was all that could bo desired It was a delightful occasion and ono that will not soon be forgotten by the beaux and belles of Stanfordand neighboring towns It was almost daylight when the censed and even then it was dancingI luctance that the happy young folks left tho scene of gaiety It would take a column or more to give thonames of tho dancers and spectators but suffice it to say it has been a long time since a more elegant or better behaved crowd has gathered in Waltons Opera House The Dance Club is to be congratulated on their Fall Hop which was a fitting successor to the Summer Dance given in JuneI The Value of a Reputation Just a few words of interest to the buyers oi lry Goods Cloaks Suits Skirt Underwear Blankets and Shoes Every one of you know thnt the succefu of your buying depends entirely upon the quality of goods you buy and the saving on what you buy depends on where you buy MUtnkes of going to the wrong place to buyare usually costly but you make no iiiihtako by corning to us us we make good every article not no representedWo willing to stoke our hard won reputation as sellers of good goods and correct styles that a critical examination of our new lines will prove both pleasant and profitable IHCAD in another column tho aMvc- rtiscmcnt of tho Gordon School for Boys Fou LENTi haveitwo dwellings on West Main Street Possession Jan 1 Mark Hardln WANTEDShetland pony Gontle for littlo girl to drive A T Martin Somerset Ky v MrHughes the herb doctor burned at Needmore about 12 oclock last night CANNEL coal Glen Mary and Jelllco coal See me before you buy W S WIgham Moreland CASPER ART will make application county court day for distillers license to sell brandy of his own manufacture CRAIO CAJoIDI 0Rowland present ed us with a game rooster Wednesday lie says he wants us to hear some re publican crowing now and then PEnsONS desiring a good Bluegrass farm of about 140 acres should attend the sale of the King place county court day at the court house in Stanford at 1 r M THERE is more building going on in Stanford than In years Carpenters are in great demand and good ones wanting work should come here at once I WILL leave Stanford Nov 1 Those wishing old furniture made new will kindly give me the work in order that I may do it before that date Ed Ward Johnson OUR Fridays papers had not reached Liberty at last accounts May the good Lord have mercy on the reckless postal clerks wo wouldnt if we could find the guilty parties Fort SALE Two large brick store rooms on North side of Main Street in the best business block in the town of Stanford Ky occupied by two prompt paying firms J S Owsley Sr REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION Pursuant to an order of tho Lincoln county republican executive committee on July 22nd 1905 a massconvention of the republican voters of Lincoln county is hereby called to meet at the courthouse in Stanford Ky on Sat urdny Sept 23 1905 at 2 r for the purpose of nominating candidates for the various county ollkcs to be vot ed for at the November election 1905 Sept 7 1905 Robt L Davison chair man Goo D Florence secretary DANVJLLK After eluding the care ful watch of the officers for several weeks Lee Daws tho man who com mitted the outrageous assnulton Uncle Bob Mitchell the aged citizen of Mitchellsburg was arrested at his home in the knobs by Deputy liar bison and Constable Montgomery brought immediately to Danville and placed in jail The Danville Business College under the managemtnt of Miss D B Harris opened this morning in tho rooms over the express office Mr E W Lilian has just letn contract for the thorough renovation of the Danville Opera House Advocate 9 TO 8 Stanfordscrackbase ball team known as The Grafters and managed by that veteran of the dia mond Col James T Mcncfce defeated the Lebanon nine 9 to 8 in one of the most Interesting base ball games ever witnessed hero Wednesday The score stood 8 to 3 In favor of Lebanon up to tho lout of the game when Wearers HughiM saved the day by knocking a home run and bringing in two men that were on bases This gave our boys now hopes and they begun to play in earnest At the end of tho ninth in ning the score stood 8 to 8 and remained so until Howard Coleman made a run in the last of the 10th fhe spec tators applauded vociferously the many good plays In tho game that will bo long remembered because of its brilliant ending Joe Lynn Coffey and Karl Coleman pitched and caught for the home team up to the eighth inning and did excellent work They were then replaced by Milt McCormack and Eu gene Dunn who kept the excellent work going AH of the boys played good ball and Manager Mcncfco was as proud of them as the average man is of his first born Mr George L Penny umpired the game most satisfactorily The Lebanon boys kicked on a few ofI his decisions but they had no reason for no doing NOTICE All persons having claims against Lincoln county must file same properly verified in my office not later than Saturday Sept 23 1905 G B Cooper clerk By E D Pennington D C MR M FRANCIS was here yesterday having bills printed for the big G A R reunion that will bo held at the G A R Camp Grounds 2J miles from KIngsville on the Stanford and Somer setpike Sept 27 28 29 Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale I deilro to sass prlvntoly two house In Orl OrrlmrU One U u house of roosts wlthOacrei of round Two Rood Miring tplemlld outbuildings Tin other has n liouw of 8 room anti about one acre of luml HtnliU lien house etc Doth rc deans are comparatively new Wnrd Moor Crnli Or clmril Ky 50 iwiltglvel 50 rpwnril forlnfornmtlon lend Ing to tht recovery of n two yenr old dark Mortal crldltiK 1K hands high Itomnn nose block nmnv and lull which wui ttolvn July conviction of the thief or will glte u Ills rllnl for the rtllrn of tlta toll U the St rte olTlrlllllllmlllll reward of lor n horse thief It will tworth ones to took utter this one J K lOOK 0I Fong Iltaneo Phone C IxlnRton K A S Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McKoberte Drug Store in the Owsley Building PUBLIC SALEI w IU sell nt public wile nt m barn site the Joe ColTty place mnr Mllledgevllle- on THUIWUAYHKIT HIMVS The following drcrrUml property House and lot tn MIIIcdK vllle with news of land morn or less also n itoreroom In Junction Oily now occupied liy the post onicetelrphono exrhanpe Ac IS acres of earl knvtfii niulvn four twoyrnroldi two llIr InlCllnd olle nntecolt broad nmres milk eow10 olllI litiwawokro Hinder IIhe Drill 1 Mower UultlMitor 2 Oliver Chilled Ul I1IIIK flows and other IIIIIIKB too nunieroun to mention Tvrmi iniuli known on day of sale W Iit L II JONKH MllledKCVlIlP Ky Col J Chnndler Allcllontr Training Schtol for Toys at North County Ky lUilldltiKK will adoptiMl Hltuatlon Ixnutl ful and healthful Jnnuenres the bcit no uilooni or places of temptation Haffnt place Kentucky for lays Military drill minutes dully Instruction thorough IIbepllllo killd 1IIr1I11111hut firm Not n Hchool of Iffor lioyn but a chrUtlati homo for glad toys Only a halted numlier taken Hemlon begins Sspt IIi 1WS For particular addrfK- MIITON KItIOTT 1rlncliul- Jltferenceii Judge MOSaufleyClnnnco Tale and William severance Htnnford Ky I I will sell nt mv place y tulles Rest pfdllustonvllle on tin Ulnuk pike on TlTKHDAYOCTOIIKIlSltD Ira The followlni IfurrllHil proixrtys Four yearling horse culls viiirllnK null colt 3 suckling mull foltnil iickllni horse colts 7 broke mules 8 to yearn old II brood mares nil liiT laiiilirti Jersey row S shouts and brood sows fatally horse lot ol loletl hay acres of curt In shuck n iicrtn of sorghum lot of thellrd oiitu Mcrormnck hinder 3 MrCormiick mowers HUo har plow double shovel plows two Old Hickory Wan farm iets plow uiarkctdoulili buggy harneKHSfet ilnKlo us W harness one rubber tired earrlaKo good im sew buggy pole Krailrr curt shellerl horse power Ird cutter hick- fIlIeulhr1 gnus wetl rower 2horxo corn planter and other farming ImplementH Ixit of nixed lot her Terms node known 01- 1Ihlof Mile HC llAlOHMAN Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court- U Klngvt al IlalntllTH v HlI King tt al Defendant Notice of Sale IlirMiant to a ludemnnt of the Lincoln circuit court nnderttl III the above styled tctlonat the Kebiuary tyrmlua the under ilKiicit Master said court w7to- tllUNttYxlrrIIli iDtwvvn the hours of nod r In front Ky Ixst bidder the real e tatu which U lu rvlniiUi r liHCrllied The salt real ettatu consult of a arm and brick rvkldence thereon located In fertllo portion of Lincoln county on the vaterHof hanging Fork nl out four tulle rom Htnnfonl and aliout six tulles from lanvllle Ky The tnloof IhIN hilul wy dc Tfid for thu purposu of illvlklou anton t the owners Thu land uouiuliil on the North by the Htnnfonl A Danvillo turnplko road on the Mast by thu HaiiKlntl Fork of Dlx River on the Mouth by thu lands if Vlilto nud HhiHmakor and on the West by the humus of 111 Hnwklnncontalnlnil41acrei two roads and folks of land for n morn mrtlculardoncrlptlonof which rvfereiicx 1i iiiulu to page ti deed look Itutu nltliM of court The ale will he mule on credit oft 12 mind 1II0111hJJ of the purchase price to bu duo and payablu at time end of each of time period of t lint iiforthnlil and the purchaner will lit the ratty of per cent per unnuni from date of inlu payable to the UoiniuUtlonvr GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C i r New Fall 1attortia and best values Wo have ever elibwn They are jnade of onyIpurge Price 00cto SOO L SON REWARDoi PRICE MiddWownlourbon PUBLICSALE Ilscdrill- ScudttntorsSOlherhlllrtllIndng wngu- naseiasonhsrnesseveral KyTCommissioners Hlllulorliwll twge6nnddeedloiuugeallin lrlcnwith Satteen Petticoats 3 Feed Your Straw i i Hat to the Cow NtiN1 Stylert Fur Hat We have many Shapes and Shades in both Soft Hat and Stiff Hats See our Fall stock CUMMINS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky To popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being added T G Weatherford COt I HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will he convinced that they can feather your nestuni DANVILLE SHOE STORE Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY Our store is now fast filling up with nn elegant line of Mens Womens and 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 1 350 and 4 Per Pair sbnt111Itrtlr Have just received our Fall anti Winter Stock in all the different leathers Young men are especially invited to call and see ourline W E Perkins t 1 Crab orchardrKy The Interior Journal Lif Entereil in the ToilOffice at Staitford a ncondClat nuiter- POIII4MIIW TOISMHAVH AND JIIUY8- AT 100PER YEAR CASH yWhen not so ptId2OO will be charged FOR SALE 1 ruro nil lUrknlilre tfogs mitt Houtlulow Mhwp Also IIrllll yearling Ducks J BCnrpcntor lliutonvlllo K- yUiIIBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almoa as good as new for a amount I can flx your umbrella better than the tramp repaIrers and for less money Otto me a trial PRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately r and 10 acres of land situate jut ontatda of townHlmlts on the Pomerne pIke House haa1 rooms kltcben and eer Tant room good cellar stable and nit necessary outbuilding Water hydrant to the yard and one for JP HAILEYI INSURANCEIFIrE IJahtiilng nnc Accident Noiw but thu HTlloKGKBT onti fl1ST COfliitflh5 ItCIFt5tIIttd1- b1e JowtosUnit Uuarnnto d lIIIIIIIIItC1o- rdjUneqllullld Xulk with MAHONY Stanford Kcntucky Kesldonco Phone o8J P The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOAES Propristor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meets all traIns Jesse W Sweeney raOIRfETOnII j Livery Food aad Salo sttloblO1 Lanoaster Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates I JIH IOONE t CO Proprietors UVERY fiND FEED STflBUE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Ueasonable Rate I Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal E D Peyton DEAL U IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and- TobaccosStanford BDCARTEFtSuccessor to Bruce Oarter Livery feed and Sale Stable Dopot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your is coUched Horses handled on commission i Stock Pona In Connection WIH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The Lutoat lu Juwelry Hllvcr UutOInu Wutchen lint flocks In Stock Directors J B J I Walker j B AtLOGooch W B Hubble H Farm For Rent Myfiirmof Sllnciva ono mitt trout Ornb us Whit MottgoIiry PIltc 1111whlItJain I IlAI HTRKKT- Ornb Orchard Kv Give Me Your Order Can Please You II clothing Is dlflerencw In the ol grade ready and suit madttlfrjoutiufaaure I a fine of Spring goods Jan hlntlomoI low business suit to the suit Also Spring overcoats and trou era The company I represent U one of the best I also have a line of goods II up myself for who prefer It H KUlLEY the Tailor RESTORATive NERVOUSq Tile adralret men who wrong In rhmr t ntrie torrei men ot krxt rua uo true type IottTo attain thta the tint cvotl timlthy Wryg 1111th iIo capaeIt rer byskaI c2ta dTeIopeujafldmLIlfOflh ItTing NtisCurePrstrUonSIsplusnsnlotbcrtrut4e4uto llakn rich blood sod muMra wasted oerre Kmiallyiruaiirorwomrn IloOIilet tire a li00 with a ruar ante ro rrmna hot cured or ASSOCIATION S A FOB SALE AT TEXNTd DRUG JLBeazleyCo Undertakers Embalmers Dealers in niture MattingaRugs They exchange Furniture for all Kinds Stock Give Them a Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY edCeAX Undertaker Embabucr Dealer in IInrnes3Saddlery l c STANFORD KENTUCKY IC7 IhotioSJ First National BKyanCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established M the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized as the National Bank of Itanford In 1666 and reorganized at the First National Itaik of Stanford In 1182 having bad practically an uninter rupte1 existence for It It supplied now With facilities for transact tug DQilacsi promptly and well than over In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor t poratlons Solicited Paxtoa B Owaley H Shanks W O Oeo W Carter Foster WB at Bright L Bbinka 1jY knoll ii buy oadv made when there so little price high made eulla taken tailor have I price make ibose O CURES jrorM are nmtJtlon tvnonal rnetumt ot manhood rciiultlt healthy totpsld Iwnentmt PEPrCR MEDICAL CHICACO STORE and Also Fur will of Call anti Olllce Ihone Home again 43 better rmforo Offloers 3 8 tIOOKER Preit BT HAHIIIS V Pres J J McIlOIIEUTS Ohr W H WEAUENAut Ohm Directors F Iteld Uanvllle S T Harris Stanford J B Hocker Stanford It L Tanner McKlnnoy M D Elmore Stanford H naughmnn Stanford T P Ulll Stanford J3I RoblnKon Hubble J H Ilauehuian Stanford J M Pettua Stanford OK Tato Stanford IlINoLNcACOUNTY NATIONAL BANK STOCK 0SOOOO Suctu ori to The Farmers Hank it Truat Company and under sams continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT I Hoping tuch business rotations will prore mutually bsaeflcUl ti DEBILITY I Officers B H SHANK Proaldan J B Paxton Vice President W II BRIGHT Oaihia- iWO WALKER Awt Cubism FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fon SALE 1000 bushels of red Fultz wheat J B Honaker Hustonville ecurledhere Monday to buy 100 mule colts and 50 yearling mules Have your stock In town ESTKAY Three 75pound shoats two black and one white Also black bar row weighing 140 pounds Has white spots on jowl and side W C Shanks Stitnford Glanders has become so provnlcn among the horses in Louisville arid Jefferson county that an order has bee issued by the fiscal court closing publi drinking fountains fQr three months John Cand George Dodson sold to James Dodson their farm near Steu benville for 8000 They have sine purchased of James Dodson his farm JournalS for which they paid 14250 Somersc Thomas Metcalf of Boyle is an extensive farmer lIe has 100 acres in hemp CO in corn and M in tobacco His hemp is fine corn will average Iii barrels to the acre and tobacco almost six feet high IIn tho model ring there were IG while a great many won disappointed that Dignity Daro did not gt the blue A young beauty son or Dignity property of Sam Owens of Lincoln carried oil the honors in both model rings Somerset Mountaineer Three Jurors Cured Of Cholnra Motbus with ono sinai bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Dlnrroea Remedy Mr G W Fowler of Hltfhtoxver Ala relates an experience he hai while serving on a pHlt jury In a mur act Ilt5O at kdwardsvllle county seat of Clebourno county Alabama Hi says While there I ate some fresl moat anti some souse moat and It gavi mo cholera morbus in u very form I was neverjnoro sick sOeIIlife and sent to the drug store certain cholora mixture but the of nemlcl1much better he would rather send It to mo in tim fix I was in I took oni dose of it nail was better In five minutes The second lose cured mt entirely Two fellow jurors wore uflllcted in the same manner und ono 25 cent bottle cured tho three of us For sale by all druggists 1PREACHERSVILLE Foley Holtzclaw bought a nice bunch of hogs of Joshua Wilson =Lightning killed a pair of mules for J C Pepples and two cattle for Davit Stephens by striking a tree and running on n wire for 300 yards Mrs Jennings and Mr Orand and Miss Nannie Anderson visited Mr and F F Cummins Mr and Mrs Curtis of Garrard were with B T Lunsfoti and wife Misses Linda Miller and Mario Mahoney of Stanford were the guests of Miss Callie Horton Master Howard Carrier of Nashville has been visiting at J T Bingamans Quito n crowd of youngsters enjoyed a hay ride and were a successful storm party atJ T Bingamans Miss Laura Cummins- of Kansas City is visiting her friends at Jellico Your correspondent has returned from a protracted visit to relatives near Cumberland I nd lIe enjoyed himself immensely and will go back again Rev Uarmical is sick and- Re Owens preached Sunday Mr hear Blankenship who has been so ow is a little better Like Finding Money Finding health is ilkI finding money so think thoso who arc sick When votl have a cough cold sore throat r chest irritation hotter act promptly Ike W C Harbir of Sandy Ixivel fa lie says I had a terrible chost rouble caused by smoke und coal lust on my lijngs butafter finding no relief In other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New DJfsoovery for tnlUmption coughs nml colds Oivat cst sale of any cough or lung medicine In the world At O L Ionnys drug stole Stanford and Lyno Hros of rnl Orchard Mo and 81 jriiifanteed Lrlal bottle free Contractor Taylor has notified the Capitol Building Commission at Frankfort that the use of Missouri granite for tho foundation of the building will cause delay of nine months and leorgia or Carolina granite may bo ubstituted Time contract for steel and ornamental work was awarded to iraingcr Co of Louisville J Hacked by a Mob and bvuteii lu a labor riot until cov elel1 with sores a Chicago street car onductor applied Buoklens Arnica ialvu und was SOOn sound and well I use It In my fatally writes O J Velch of Tekonsha Mich anti find It perfect Simply great for cuts anti urris Only 250ut G L Pennys rug store Stanford and LynoUros Crab Orchard The population of the United Kingdom on last was 43152778 England and Wales had 34152977 Scotland 4676603 and Ireland 4390 208 A Remedy without a Peer 1 find Chemberlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets moro beneficial titan any other remedy I over used for stomach trouble says J P Kioto ol Kdjna Mo For any disorder of the stomach biliousness or constipation these Tablets are without a peer FOrsalo by nil druggists Wanted n strong horse to do the workof a country minister is an ad vertisoment which appeared in an En- gUsh newspaper the other day It takes a strong horse to do the work Tieoun try minister and n pretty tough ono to live on what ho gets Frankfort Jour nal Cause of Insomnia Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep more or less and is often the causo of insomnia Many cases have been permanently cured by Chamber Iains Stomach und Liver Tablctw For salo by all druggists NEW LIVERY STABLE BDUKEiCLAaKSOlMnn JUNCTION CITY KY llrleOlan Turnout at Keatunablri Hates Special Attention to Traveling Mn- Irxtn and Mar Fop tal DaI TrjiorDIALCR ID Wiilkn Brandu Wines Bcor GlQars Etc Oarpnlr Hous STANFbnD KY010 to Dpot Prompt and poll aluntlon Nothuig but the tei 04rlnlt Mill phon cr telegraph orJert reclvis- romptallenUon POSTED VII wboe names appear below ttrlctl turbid hunting Bshlnp or any kind ot trr pasalng on our t lHce and will proaecnti violators to the full eitent of the law Sire ICate Ador Itelcheobccu Hro Fred VonOruiDlfian Albert VunOrnenlffai Fred VonAllman Fred Haumann Alred Simpson George Holmes Mist Mauls U howe E Kelchvnbncb Ubarlni Oummlnt los Hallnu A 0 Dunn S holmes W B A moo Wit Daujcherty M J Hoffman M D Flmore Peter W barter J Nerlu Carter J F tInier II Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Frrrlll K J Conn John II OawenUch TmwbrUce A U Root Charl s JaIID Frank Cordlrr Mrs W O Welch Pete Rainier John Mfler Samuel Lint sey Tue- GORDON SCHOOL For Boys in the Country PROF A N CORDON Who u IxMirdinrf school for l ov lm luiig IMCII uotixl In Oiiitrnl Kfiitmkv fur linn illnvlplliif thorough Initnullon inul lofty inonili lini iiqtigli I the itttI flu Jiiok 1IIIlr Knot of Friink fort ir 1inUttiLw5iifriu hug Hilltlnllnt- lw Ii It n1I iittts lUntll who ontltliT hit fontiittlon of ilinnirtir tlm ormrJttoiif Of 4dtlui Roil to ixaniltio thu ilfil vonilltloiunlTonliil liy liU cltiMil friiiL- vvry lnt of Ipu The school opens Sept II J9O5 Vrlto Prof Cordon at Frankfort for catalogue DO IT TODAY And to think that ten months ago I looked Ilk this I owe It to German Syrup CJTlie timeworn injunction Never put off til tomorrow what you can do to l1aIf is now generally presented in tills form Do today That terse advice we want t give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for sev eral days perhaps weeks 4Take some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr Boscheea German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive A few doses of it will- undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure completely fXp matter how- deepseated your cough even if dread attacked your lungs German Syrup will effect R cure as it has done before in thousands ofap parently hopeless cases of lungtrouble 350 regular size 750 At ill druggists I- For Sale at Pennys Drug Store Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford KyNo Siuall farm 87 ten i Bnillri train btan font Ilou4 fourioo l flOutS luck porch pal I trraDiU UooJ barn dotIit building In co1- TifiArfuthalx1leIJao witfacad i iaicrti SCiP tree mt In crui llouiht a l coiomlvlo craaalttt HrgMn and citaaolditt bar ilD CiOM to sat church Irlc td r acre Laud aJJolnluf aola for flu sod U This Iss barsilu No M 3WW acres ol coal smi titular Und loc td In IVrrjr coiintt Kyoa lisps Vine Ureki trllmlarrof the North rotk or lyentuckjr titer- Four TelM ofcoal vaijlnitlu iron 3v leettoali fetU hirer n lo the mouth ol abotecreek A ralliosd iauriyeiwhIhIn three uillea of aald property I ha ot oakrtc flttepifefl Will tell vt eicliar on eaajr terms No C9t Dlco twoalary tight room franr dwelllDit In Stanford llailwo hails ifuotl celUi with concrete Bir goodrarden well In kllclicn aegis cabin on place which rent for II IF month The dwelling renta fur tlS per mouth This prop city l In fwd repair inS can tie toughs for f2luO No Farm 873 acres ipltndld Lliegraw land In Unouln county Two atory room Stuns residence- S tenant houie iota room for our aw iai ol tuck sot sltuthemnrctetfly oulliullllnira ill lu good mlr Clox to church achMl po lulflr railroad ant In neighborhood lUll len lu culllratlon rut In l11OOId IliuUr etc Tbla U aa wuntrir home a ranrnlencnn place rahNsto Well watered with II new failng prlnpetc Irlc nwawable o IIlO Ices of land enlle Irma Somerset cut In oeYfnllH Kortf acm In culllra OICjcourOUlbllildID tlx mllMfruut railroad and 4 tilliCS frotp Aralnest tlernt arrMoflaeil l nver Il oni It antclan land and tu gnu Thli land Ii lur sale or zchance No Alarm of acre In Uncoln conntf Three good dwelling 8 Rood birno td uSher out bulldlnft each house turn etc stout the canter of 100 stIes All on nontr rod J enne from church tchool and puitotcr Ii well and will waitrrd ThIS It a tool tobacco farm and would lull two or thr finllln thiS nUht want to row Irma theism nclihtnrhooil lic reasonable N Twoalorr framd lllaicof ita room Ivo hail r riots So writ at door arid all other nHftarr outbuilding Alto large blaclimllh licpWUM and lfnU ofthop and r riwld Thlipru riy wul to told at a cityl- ow priceo farm of in acres tour mllnfrom Hun ford bet pIke In the county well wilted loD ftOIl dwflllng frontt pike all nrrwnr outbulliTlBp A aplendld blut graaa firm aid only 3 i minuirs trIte from county ral Owner of tin Una adjaiulog this baa rfonllr nfuted US Mr acre Ws Iblet HT60 tit rs i n acrea near ileaunt Point Ky Frame nouH Srooraaand rclt rUrn and ethic outbuilding ser In culiuatlon net in Urn Ur Wdlwat yard fuw iOItOI5t5 cnool and church 1ysweUonplSs sal In f oj com miinllr Irlc MM NolS2311srrefan4 H mile of Crab Orthard Ky Ilrlck dwelllnc s rooms two tenant houss two barn well and prlol near Jwflllnj harm la high state ol cullltallon 150 arms titer tut torn land trad fencln frail fIr Irks 117 M an ttS NotA nice Urn at HithUnJ ciii iwfov JwetlwalereJ etc Irktirao T4s6lsiCsoflaI2un Jimtttnwn roil south ol Dunnvtlle 100 ann In cultivation arout tf mt In Umber an Jrettm tai AUre new Iran dwell lug alto an olj dwelling on rue A new barn ant ooUont ittswtllwatrS sat the fentlnt It goat On rubik roaJ Price liooo No M i acres ol cotton land In Mlttlttlfp There no HCIIon ol country wblch often tu many orpnrrunlutt fbi protiUN Invetlnenl at the Musts tlrri bk Is now lIly dctcrltedat Iroi perlly Valley The tlmbtr It hrconlnc morcvata iMe all the time tot IbStrason that lumber people from the North whir lb tupply of timber It last dlmlnlthlnt ire contttnlly Increatlnr their pur chaut of Umber Ian J In the South w hen Iht ber It removed the Ian J Is unoojllalJ for aerltultu ral rurpOMt It wilt froiu a bale of cotton t the acre or will grow other kind of crop calms In the lemperat ion lbs toll iteedi no fcrtlHsert and Ivet a yleU ohlchcannot excel J tatet are low the till It perfect anj thC man who buys Out farm and timber lanJ at present prkei it making an vement that hi will never regret This land It JI tiled Into tracts ranging frolllo utrktoth tract t 7000 acret to this hart and price from Si per acre to Ji6 per acrt according to location etc ar authortJt by the company who owns theM UnJi to lIstS that at ltier patties are contUcrlng the purchase of these Unit that offer thel lral tub JecIte orhwIthJrasai liar matkel or ihinCe- in rike wlthont noike llavever ctCn notlfieJ they will boLt any tract out of market long enough for lbs putctustr to make in Invettleatlon Atsit i oooacrrtof thlt Und hat been wI the Com ran tine we received this option Ior fufherp er Icutu can al our office No MA loUd of arIes lu Oar Utility K Oaa and onehalf iiorvilwtlilnc with ala rinO- ld Urn and olirouttulMln i Mily stir rultlratlnn 41 acre llml r fruit trees nc ltra well on county mid ck a churches school etc Irlc only VCO Alto n 50 barrel mill lu Mtrctr county Ky on fait Steam power uw up todate In evrrrfpnrtlcular inn good dwell log with liapriijrteirnt 20 acics ofi tInts land clO Ho railroad Inc Ic 000I No It 4f inc of land best Crab Orchard By this sign you will know and can find Small For I dislrn to noil toy fiirni of of liuid HO from Kriink Hlnu Olyin phi n HiirliiKH It n lluu well of niliicnil witter iiNtho tot howl nit nnnlyiU b Htntu ColUKO wlllKhowi Thu water contiiltH ITNl unilnn of HOllil niiittor JHT till linn ii iniilii ly of milphiitcaof llniiiciil cluin n tut iiniKUialuiii loiiu nilcliiui cnrlw null trllcH of und lithium Will silt nt n rtlln Write to OKOIUIKHIOKH f No10Fonucnotlod sot a tic tine tlory 1 tlx rnnin frame dwelling In McKlon j K writer work In n rn ia hoOd lain- aadIruioaiyeotbuDtihrs tcaneti ittxti sad In food r r aloar list l 30 aid tompirilleety new and we ou y iwk K750 for he bnllftItllrtfl ol HI acres In Catrr tvunij Two story tram dwellloc two iVod bArn ant oilier outbulMlaft In impair jItull tuu o land ant in ooJ rommonIly A bargain at JXB No 67 Farm lift acrr in t r cvuntr A new uatory i loviu raid dwelllnc and dwelling In lilt OlIl1lon lIrn soil other OutcbiilMlBct On county iced splendid tobacco well watered two wells spring sic This It a tie 4 tlrabl home Irlc Itoo YsynisburgDwellingsot bull lnll In rcpit ProductIve atone isni In gnoI fltbtrhoo cbs to Mhool- and on roo road Ii Ice ttiO No Stern rome dwelling rodrrltar and SI lefts land rrfallli well and tprluit tencllli sod otitlulldIns In fair roudltlon totsp plate cbs to loch Will pall a small family No4T o story Irani dwellIng 7 room and veranda too garden feoMnj and bwut b1IJoud repair roruUorrrnt Irlcr rrtanal Itrof acre illuatril brat Klnfc tltllt4rIiInoutbuliainsiitoo rtllr lieplilogrumperituls new Is within M101nI orthrr bun fata cbool atolQre C depot Property Uft on plkctnd county road sal the mu1 ubl larlliin thai sectIon Vt will tell the whole flll1- ljfur n 400 or la parcvlt of Dot hise than so atrrt to Mr This li certainly cheep properly si Dwrlllnt of4 room with 20 acrr land Morelanii heal tarn eni nvcrwary oullmlld legs 2 wrlltla yard eplrndld orchard an l 2 ten InitrawiWrrle luiuiedlil rxMacaalon Pytme lAd 1UcalardIWaynbutgKYf r condition one fouith dill oO pIke wklelrd ly n terf4lllnj rrlnx Price tow Nb 53lionasiOd 5eicnsot land la JIcKla ny ky Nnmury oulbalMlnict Kenflrr rood easytermsNo rtsti aur of root Uod tlx room two story d rlllri will walend ruud leuctiiit It Is the eutuuils of thr city ol Stacliirj tlte to U reded rthoul sot ihurchc ThIs a desirable Lotu Pile rruouaM No 41 riwiu fr mroltitDl oae erw e lad In Kielii Ky large barn tnitk house rIr1rINo oTf n acre of land two front rat tax urn loom hall lc hones It Sic a good tnen and HrBdM orchard ol l acret fncltfgood two stables1bIigv houtr smube house te- A pool pace lialwa tool milt ci Ibr place r cruthirlo will It It run ty 1urallr which It mml rcononjy and tbe dam tiln gaol rruir Wilt sehi IhIrtJ at a low Iti or It No 38 rraiD hotel large room doubt rtritdaa hallway tic A large 1 story storeroom fronting ttrret It Irons hotel up italra aulta hUfordw lot SulnrolUfra nicely lurnliard papered tod painted room aol veranda rich AIon llulllot used at lltery stible rNQ Vacant test flIt by Mfret deep Allot this pnprrly It In londva Ky t moneyPiprtetoruontb Cia account oJ hit wit 101 rruon for trllln prvprletor detlre to eachuse for farm In UnrolD ewiaty- No ale tour room rotiai waler la i klUhrn A good baro coal house etc and a tood i Itrdeu ititekt- 75A small farm oilS of rood land lucstmlcloseiotown Irlc riJW- M acre In Allen county Ky on rail road ud pike about M were cultlratrd about UI In timber and grace and about IMMngraa Timber on place It cut to II shioghethe twice over A large tart it hoc ed There sit four dwelling of room each and otis store of twoMorlra with room ntiove baa wrlU sad itlnci of water lala 1 milt nf county seat anti grows tobacco eMu wheat grass rIO for UOO One lialf cashllourand Url l Milt Apdvrton county Kv 31 barrrl capacIty covvrrd with Iron 1lttIetOdatn millet iiilll with butts fur corn sod meal bolt Tho engine b of iyear ran II acres with th rulll Including what It with the liouttt of room All fur i3JO or 35 100 fir the mill and II acres One half cats- ha Uno trade No will In 10 nIle No 76M utile of land near Junction IIIIDY- e 511 n ula tuliUaltan till In grass nlmwougothrii aol oee tltie best talc her Ur In kenlucky lrij Mid Jsco UDI- ttralltrer watrrrd sail frnrlcf guot 114 tcbunl sod rhurc et A twoiirjr sir roow frtio dwelling Mnl Urn crlU tic alt In good repair lrl llJJO No M5 acre ot unliupmTr land In Iron lOUDly Mol 4 nillr from Station on Iron Mouotaln route Will ell etching tar proper In Uocolnrnunly tbrapWhy Send Your Money Away FOR Sewing Machines When You Can Buy the Best in Your Own Town Direct From the MakerJ At as Low Prices and on Better Terms Next to Veranda Hotel Stanford Ky I Farm Sale yiinU consIst clilorlikiinnil lronMitiiMliini romnouiula ItahtlllKy lotsIjuinlrgM DrippingSprings F 0 Crab Orchard T liUildlijIitfiildlcl Hiiiniiur resort li now 0 soil to uiUtH Thu ImllillnKK iiro lu uo xl lIuteIthu kltilum which thou us ttood tuil forItnltK H KIHHKK Ornb OrchnrcJ Ky h 1 I