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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 I VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1905 NO 55 KIDDS STORE Miss Blanch VanDovccr of Stanford Is principal of Kliro Academy our high school It5 Bohon of Decatur Illywasit- lying visitor to our town having stopped oft to escort home his son Cecil who spent the summer with kinsfolk After canvassing the popular educa tlonal Institutions of thocountry It has been determined that there la no better place for our boys and girls than Stanford Muy It ever be thus Thomas Raines a minor of Hurt well nnd Miss Stella Maycs sweet 1C of this place surprised their parents und friends by slipping over tho State line Into Tennessee und obtaining marriage license They refrained from taking Into confidence even attendants and their plans evince veteran tactics Our censor of matters social eco nomic religious und political national and international have finally reached a harmonious decision of tho till last week paramount subject of ItussoJap nncso war and ns soap boxoa and nail kegs are shifted to assure benefit oi heat shade the absorbing theme now is Henry McKlnnoys rumored diiiguil with celibacy reaching beyond the me radian of life and hU determination to risk uxorial legibilities HenryM se lection U commended and his temerity admired Tho conventional charavarl is assured if Madame Gossip touts the Smiley is in tho predicament of a noted biblical chanlctcr whose farm products demanded additional store 1 houses After building the best tobac co barn in tho State In anticipation of an average crop of tobacco he finds It Imperative to provide utmost n dupli cate for his big yield So of many oth er growers on a smaller scale Farm ers have been forced to construct neries from which to locate tho milk cows when browsing in thickets of colossal ragweeds which cover the pastures If they chance to bo ruminating fit milk- Ing time search parties uro deployed in absence of serviceable aeroplanes George Tucker and wifes periodical census of poultry disclosed distressing Inroads promising early extermination without relief Aroused by n commotion in the hennery they hurried to the scene Hushing a brace of men Instead of tho us ected marsupial anti three charges of lamentably small shot from n pump gun penetrated only deep enough to stimulate a speed which a champion sprinter might rival Reaching their horses they dashed up the pike at n clatter which awoke sleepers and betrayed their course on taking a bypath along which the trail was cos ity followed and the thieves Identified Learning that tho sheriff was In pur suit they skipped after directing n friend to their depot in tho woods with instructions to turn the chickens out of the coops in which they wero watered and fed till convenient to sell them to j i hucksters Mr T was guided to the depot and recovered his property The thieves have joined Kentuckys colony t of fugitive felons under Indianas man tic of condoncmcnt and protection A vote of thanks to Mr Tucker for his services to poultry raisers of the vicin ity are due especially na he made the campaign in night shirt und barefoot CowThree Jersey cows u popcorn booth ti u reaper nnd u planter A 240 pace ten patchwork quilts a fakir with his bunter A ulxlegged calf two special cops 12 sheep just bred for mutton The dining hall u pony race the prevalent photo button A patent churn red lemonade a band In mixed regalia A 100 teams glad candidates ti salve for nil that ails ye- A man who sells you county rights some poultry thats in cages The county fair Is hero lignin und on nil sides it rage- sCritically 111 Many people ore critically III us u result of disturbance of their dljjfrB tlvo functions and dont know it If you ara HiilTerlng from illxlnessheurt urn wind loss of appetite Irrita bility headache nausea colic consti lotion waste no time but tuko Dr Cnldweir laxative Syrup Pepsin It may bo tho means of warding olt u dangerous sickness At any rate It willsurely make your disttesslng Ills i peptic symptoms disappear It is snit certain und pleasant Try It Sold by O L Penny Stanford und C W Adams Ilustonville ut tAu und 61 Money back If It falls L B Welsenburg who several years ago left Frankfort owing banks ap proximately 50000 has settled with his creditors and will return to Frank fort to live- Samuel Horn the 13th member of tho family of Abraham Cripe In Fulton county Ind to meet with a violent death was killed while hauling logsb IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J C Bigger of Harrodsburg in u fit of despondency committed suicide at Richmond Lca Doss for assaulting IL1LCMitchell in Boyle was held in He failed to give bond There was a hung jury in tho case of Powell Carroll for tho murder of John Fannon In Whitley county- J E honk has sold his interest in the Htock of general merchandise of Houk Adams to his partner J T Adams Mt Vernon Signal Marvin II Adams and W Reed Em bry have leased the Danville Opera House from Maj B W Llllard for this season and will take charge im mediately The Anderson county grand Jury withdrew tho indictment against Wil liam H York for tho murder of his brother James R York und returned n joint Indictment against William H York and James Bass alleging con piracy A special term of court will be called In October to try the case The home of the late William Stigall near Pcrryvillu was burned to the ground together with nearly all of the contents Tho fire originated from n defective flue The loss will probably reach 3500 with 1000 Insurance A new building will lx erected at once on the same site where the old one stood Advocate HUSTONVULE C C Carpenter is in Zion City for n months stay- Ilustonville defeated MIddleburga ball team on Saturday C to J I have for sale n good water mill ca pacity 175 bushels corn 75 bushels wheat per day with dwelling storehouse und land to suit purchaser Price and terms right Call in or address W It Williams Mrs Charles Wheeler of the Emporium and Mrs Naomi McCarty of Mt Salem have gone to Cincinnati for the purchase of Fall and Winter goods for their respective houses Mrs Virginia Owslcy of UruJfordsvillc died Saturday and was buried Sunday at Danville Win Dodd lost a fine 4 year old Gal ton gelding last week nt Danville by pneumonia This was one of the most promising of the Gallon family and was valued at tWO lie was out oCa Thornton mare 2091 and had made his mile In 2191 and quarters In ttO Mfssnt Dodd Middleton feel the loss keenly HuLi1 A CHILD TO FIND A hotsTho Kentucky Childrens Homo Society has grown to be one of tho greatest child saving agencies in America The success of tho work is due to the good people of our State who have opened their hearts and homes to the homeless destitute children under our care Sixty or 70 bright sweet children are sent 110 us each month and it is necessary in order to provide for other neglected little ones to find gtfod homes for tho children now under our care Have you a child In your home 1 If you have do think you could take another little one to raise and rear into good citizenship Will you not help us by giving a home or finding u home for a child of any age from infancy to girls and lays of 12 years of age The Master said In is much as yo have done it to one of tho least of these yo have done it unto Me If you are interested in the work write for particulars to George L Sohon State superintendent Room 115 Masonic Building Louisville Ky Men Past 00 In Danger Moro than half of mankind over I yours of ago suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlargement of prostate gland This is both painful and dangerous nod Foloyn Kidney Cure should be taken nt tho first sign of danger as it corrects Ir regularities und bus cured many old mon of this disease Mr Itodnoy liar nett Hock Port Mo writes I std lured with enlarged prostate gland und kidney trouble for yours und utter tak ing two bottles of Fuleys Kidney Cure I tool better than I have for 20 years although am now 11 years old1 Penny Drug Store The man who Is mean enough to give his baby sleeping powders in order that he might get a nights sleep Is almost as mean as tho man who takes his coun ty paper und then refuses to pay for it when his subscription is duo and says he does not want the paper spy longer says an exchanger Finns Testimony Interesting Dr Thomas Finn of lioonsboro Mo who hits practiced medicine for 12 yours says ho bus used every pre scription known to tho profession for treatment of kidney and bladder di eases and says ho has never found anything so effective In bath chronic und acute kidney anti bladder trouble as Foloys Kidney Cure It stops Ir regularities and builds up the whole system Pennys Drug Store i NEWS NOTES Corporal James Tanner was elected commander in chief of the G A R Minneapolis was chosen us the G A Jk naUonal mcampmentcUyIn 190Cf Standard Oil interests have acquired tho San Francisco Gas and Electric were lost by the explosion of the Rand Powder Works near Union town Pa- William Colletto and his two children were suffocated in n New York tene ment fire Two persons wcro killed nnd nine ir jtircd by a tornado 20 miles South of Lawton Okla Work is to begin at an early date on a million dollar passenger station nt Birmingham Ala Mrs Maggie Kohn of Louisville committed suicide after brooding over her own infidelity The Georgia State Board of Health hats quarantined against all yellow fever infected territory Alonzo A Lewis of Indianapolis killed his divorced wife withII razor nnd cut his own throat Tho earthquake in the southern mitt of Italy wrecked many villages and tho last reports show a death list of 370 Maj Charles R Miller of Cleveland 0 has been elected Commanderln chief of the United Spanish War Vet urn ns Tho Rand Powder Mills at Fair Chance Pa were destroyed by an ex plosion which killed 19 of the 32 men ut work In the plant Two Illinois freight trains collided on the bridge over the Obion river Tenn killing four men and probably fatally injuring four others The salt marsh mosquito at New Or leans Is declared to be u more bother some plague than the fever itself aside from the fatality Involved The Capitol Building Commission adopted tho Woodbury Vt granite in place of the Missouri stone for the foundation of the new Capital Figures just compiled by the city physician nt Pittsburg Pa show a startling decrease of births in spite R largely Increl18ltllOpulalion- William Milton Bowman of Eddy vlllc died of heart failure Mr Bowman was n great nephew of Betsy Ross who made the first American ting Louis Rogers Browning more famil lady known as Pete Browning for merly a wellknown base ball player died nt the City Hospital in Louisville Mrs Nolle Rose and Albert Harry were indicted by the Lewis county grand jury charged with poisoning John Rose the husband of Mrs Hose M Witte the Russian Peace Envoy declares the two greatest countries in tho world are America and Russia be cause they produce men and materials Adam Rapp of Windfall Indwas awarded damages in his suit against W C Legg In a horse deal while the court costs to Legg will aggregate 182 Mm IL Buckner Allen sisterinlaw of John R Allen Commonwealths Attorney of Fayette county committed suicide by shooting hereself through the heartSteve Davis a Negro 20 years old was burned at the stake at Waxahat chie Tex for assaulting Mrs S P Norris lie was identified and con fessedJudge Evans declared the firm of P J Potters Sons Company Bowling Green bankrupt after the bank had withdrawn its response to the original petition The Executive Committc of the Board of Trustees of Kentucky State College decided they had no jwwer to make an appropriation for n depart ment of domestic science While dressing to attend the wedding of her sister Miss Kuto McVey to Judge John G Park of Kansas City Mrs Ed McVcy of Des Moines In dropped dead of heart trouble The Lexington General Council pass ed an ordinance authorizing tho Mayor to sell to tho higcst bidder the fran hire for piping natural gas through tho city Eastern Kentucky is the supposed source of tho supply- B F French was fined 5000 in Clark county for contempt of court in tho al leged enticing of witnesses out of the State In the damage suit of Mrs Jus B Mnrcum for the murder of her husband A similar charge against Alex II Hargis was filed away James liar gia und Ed Cullahuna cases nro set for Sept 25 A Clear Complexion and Bright Eyes I n most oases u sallow blotched complexion anti dull heavy eyes are duo to poor digestion und un inactive liver Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion anti stimulates the liver and bowels und makes tho complexion smooth and clear Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup docs notnauseutoor gripe tad Is mild and pleasant to take Reuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Jr1V IRELAND M A Superintendent of the Stanford Grad ed School TUB Graded School opened Its doors yesterday morning with 210 pupils pres ent the largest first days attendance In the history of the school Prof J W Ireland the superintendent nnd all of the teachers were on hand ready ti begin the years work in earnest The trustees Dr W B OBannon Messrs J D Ends II J McRoberts T D Raney and G L Penny and a number of visitors honored the opening with their presence Rev Gilbert Glass af ter rending a few passages of Scripture offered a devout prayer which was followed by entertaining talks by Supt Garland Singleton Dr OBannon and Prof Ireland The opening exer cises lasted about nn hour and were enjoyable from start to finish Prof Ireland then made a brief address to the teachers and pupils and the scholastic year of IDitfOfi begun with a zest The faculty of the Graded School this year is as follows Prof J W Ireland superintendent R J McMullin high school Miss Annie Dunn 7th and Sth grade Miss Minnie Rupley 5th and Gth grade Miss Frances Adams 4lh grade Mrs H D Phillips 3rd grade Miss Annie McKinney 2nd grade Miss Georgia Lewis 1st grade Prof Ire land Is graduate of Centre Cofegeand- has taught four years first in the Pre paratory Department of Centre College and three years as superintendent of the Ilarrodsburg Graded School Prof McMullin whose home is at Midway is n graduate of Centre and is wellequip ped for his duties as teacher of the advanced students The other teachers are wellknown here where they have very satisfactorily taught for several yearsMiss Ellen Balloii who has charge of the music department is a splendid teacher of several years experience Her success with the younger pupils is remarkable Miss Charlotte Warren is at the head of the art department and is more than equal to the occasion Hard to Find It would bo hard to find a more perfect curative medicine for disordered digestive organs than that gentlo tonic dlgestant and torpid liver regulator known as Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin No other mcdleluo has its speolflo power over these delicate und Important organs of your body upon which you have to Depend for energy to curry on your dally work It cleanses digests stimulates und cures Sold by G L Penny Stan ford und C 1V Alums Hustonvillo ntfiOe and Sl Money buck If it falls The tremendous crop of wheat In the West may be imagined when it is told that railroad men estimate that it would require a solid train 11970 miles in length to transport the grain that will be marketed this year Minn esota und the Dakotas will send at least 190000000 bushels of wheat to market out of a total crop of 326000000 bush els and with tho other grain and pro duce that will be hauled it will take 100 trains of 40 cars each every day in the year to clean up the work The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar us a throat und lung remedy and on account of tho great merit und popularity of Foleys Honey und Tar many Imitations tie uttered for tho genuine These worthless pail tutions have similar sounding nunles Ilcwuro of them The genuine Foloys Honey and Tar Is In a yellow package Ask for It und refuse any substitute It is the lest remedy for coughs ono colds Pennys Drug Store Director of the Mint Roberts esti mates an increase of 7000000 In gold production in 1904 over the previous year Ho estimates the increase in sliver at 3 486 000 fine grains The oil production In Kentucky has not been up to the expectations for the past few weeks owing to the cessation of drilling in some of the smaller fields u t IIAre shaped like u foot All tho seams are deeply buried in the leather tho thick soft lining prevents uneven surface the insole which is next to the foot is soft and smooth the stitches holding the bottom of the shoo together can not become uneven ridges because between them and tho Holt insole is u hard leather solo Tho it eli must always tit because thecoun ter is curved nt both top anti bottom the eyelets are covered on tho inside with n soft leather strip Xo matter how tight the shoes are laced they unit not piuth ihe feet All America Shoes are good looking They cost sa5n and 8400 because they could not he made better at n higher price SAM 01STANFORD rI i Buy your Superior Grain Drill Oliver Plow Tiger Disc Harrow and Armour Fertilizer fromss W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY t 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 Gibralter of Rockcastle County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Osiers lo the People a SystemAccounts Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give its your business nod wo guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation Payi per cent interest on all deposits of 8100 or more when left in the batik anti not checked upon tar n period of six month J W HUTCHESON Cashier s Crab Orchard Brodhead If you hove any size job of Tin Hoofing Gul vanizitig Guttering Hot Water Heating Plumbing Warm Air Heating or reelu Pump of any kind itwill pay you to see S H ALDRIDGE Phone f 18 Depot St Stanford Ky Mt Vernon th Living ston i P t 4 J IThe Interior Journal jEC WALTON i DEM 0 CRA TIC TICKET For Senator RLHUBB For Kepreientntlte J M ALVERSON t For County Judge R C WARRENJ For County Attorney t W S BURCH For Sheriff t T JEFF HILL SR f fForI GEORGE B COOPER i For Assessor 1J fJ W A CARSON f w ForSuperlntendentotFcnools- Jul t l It JJIt GARLAND SINGLETON y For Jailer W I HERRIN t TilE following is M Wittes private t opinion publicly expressed of our versa tile president From a moral stand point the president of the United States is a statesman of large calibre Born inn time when politicians are more children of their century than of their history he owes his high position which he fills more worthily every day exclusively to his personal qualities as revealed inactions requiring decision and clear vision The world recognizes this When one speaks with President Roosevelt he charms through the elevation of his thoughts and through that transparent philosophy which permeates his judgment He has an ideal and strives for higher aims than a commonplace t existence presents In the stubborn struggles of our day men like Mr Roosevelt have no leisure for they are j soldiers who cannot be relieved from the danger line THE Danville News is the worst quitter in the business Instead of hit- tingr back in a controversy which it be gun and which we werereally enjoying the yellow of that paper is shown in the following feeble and nonsensical response Some people are so warped of soul and narrow of mind that they can easily look straight through the eye of a needle without squinting With such it is a waste of time to bandy words 20 we consign the editor of the INTERIOR JOURNAL to the guardianship of his elder brother of whom he is so qlproud trusting that his paucity of concerning the location of the educational institutions of this country may yet be relieved by a more intimate personal acquaintance It is never too late to do good THE amount of money per capita in circulation is larger now than in the history of the country It is 3140 per head and if you havent yours it is your fault Because of the outpour of gold money is also becoming cheap and the thing for which money is ex changed relatively dear One of the- vagaries of the present monetary sit uation is the demand at the Federal Treasury for silver dollars The Southern planters want these dollars i to pay their Negro cotton pickers who find more substantial and joyful re muneration in metalic money and plenty of it than in paper currency t which has not appreciable weight nor responsive jingle TilE dying embers of hate engender i ed by the civil war are nearly burned out as is evidenced by striking in stances of frequent occurrences The exConfederutes of Georgia have just extended an invitation to the Grand Army of the Republic to hold their next annual encampment at Atlanta A wonderful change indeed have 40odd years brought when the Yank Army went marching through Geor gia before it did so without invitation and with considerable resistance offer ed EDITOR LANUHAM of the Lancaster Record has placed us under additional obligations for courtesies extended For general cleverness he is in a class all by himself JOHN D ROCKEFELLER fears a period of hard times and industrial depression in 19078 following overproduction in all lines If John D is in fear of a panic the rest of us ought to be scared almost to death POLITICAL The governor of North Carolina and the governor of Virginia are touring the New England States The Virginia Republicans are trying to tap the National Republican Committees barrel for funds for their State i campaign A fusion county republican ticket headed by S S Taulbee for county judge was nominated at Jackson by mass convention Vice President Fairbanks delivered an address at Westchester at the gold en jubilee celebration of the Republican party of county The Tennessee Democratic State Committee In session at Nashville ordered that primaries be held through out the State on to nominate a candidate for United States Senator 1 u Additional Local Tim Graded School at Husftonville opened yesterday with 110 pupils A niG crowd attended courlyestcrday but business generally was not satis factoryWANrEnShetln pony Gentle for little girl to drive A T Martin Somerset Ky 1 CANNEL c TjITe lfamriellico coal See me before you buy W S Wigham Moreland READ the sale advertisement of H C Baughman lie has added seven young black cattle since last issue jAMES JEKFIHES of the West End has a Shepherd dog which can worm as much tobacco in a day as an ordinary mani1rJ RICK wille have a sale of per sonalty nt his home near Marksbury Garrard county on next Thursday 14th You should attend the L It Jones sale near Millcdgeville Thursday Sept 14 See in another column what he has to dispose oCIliON P M McRonERTS has completed the foundation for a handsome twostory residence on his lot on Somerset Avenue MR J S MURPHY will have a sale of personalty at his farm in the West End on Wednesday Sept 27 See sale ad in next issue THE L will sell roundtrip tickets to the State Fair at Lexington at 2 Sale begins Sept 17th and continues until 23rd good until 24th FOR SALE Two good milk cowsI one will be fresh Nov some calves plows harrow good 2horse wagon and harness J F Cash Highland r 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 Edward Johnson DONT forget the Fall Entertainment to be given by Jones Kelsay at Oak Grove near Yosemite Saturday It will be an enjoyable affair and thousands will be present SPANGLERWalter Spangler aged 26 and a son of Mr George W Spang ler of Crab Orchard was killed by a train near St Louis The remains were brought to his home for interment 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 REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION Pursuant to an order of the Lincoln county renublican 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 Kyon Saturday Sept 23 1905 at 2 P M for the purpose of nominating candidates for the various county offices to be voted for at the November election 1905 Sept 7 1905 Robt L Davison chairman Geo D Florence secretary THE republicans met at the courthouse Saturday afternoon and after the meeting was called to order by Dr R L Davison Mr John Edmiston was made chainnan and George D Florence secretary The following delegates to the Senatorial convention at Hustonville Saturday were selected and they were ordered to vote for the strongest man for the nomination A G Coffey George B Maxey Joseph Reid Ed Hubbard P Straub Thomas Napier John Edmiston II H Logan Joseph Phelps J M Johnson Frank Horton E O Gooch Frank Atkins George D Florence Joe Chenault and A C Carman Here and There A scrubwoman employed by a New York pawnbroker is said to have stolen plunder worth 15000 Twentyseven new cases and seven deaths from yellow fever was the Sunday record in New Orleans At a social party at Morristown Tenn Hiram Sams was shot and kill edIt S Triplett former State Senator from the Eighth district died in Louis villeJake Anderson son of M 1 Antler son of Junction City who left home mysteriously about five years ago has arrived at St Louis and will be home in a few days to spend a short time MATRIMONIAL Miss Louise Park only daughter of Mr and Mrs W 0 Turk of Middles boro and Mr Henry Terrell of Colum bus Miss will be married Oct 11 The item in our last issue that Mr Ollie Fields and Miss Anderson would marry September 16th was untrue Wo were on by some smart Alec who forged Mr W II Martins name to a letter telling of the approaching nuptials and asking that published The may yet find that fun was not SOfuDJly after all John Gosser has been appointed postmaster at Duly Russell county I y CHURCH MATTERS Rev Dr W H Faux has given 000 to Williamsburg Institute Rev Gilbert Glass will preach at Walnut Flat at 330 Sunday afternoon Rev L M Omcr is assisting Eld J G Livingston in a meeting at Goshen Preaching at 1 each evening Fire at Franklin Tcnn destroyed fhe First Presbyterian church and other property the losses aggregating 19 000 Rev William T Capers of Trinity church Asheville N C has been se lected for the rectorship of Christ- Church Cathedral Lexington The conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South at Coving ton passed a resolution calling on candl dates for the ministry to state to what extent they use tobacco Bishop Cand Icr suggested that there was nothing in tho churchs doctrine against the use of tabncco The following appeared in theTablow correspondence of the Hnrrodnburg Herald Rev Matson of Lincoln county preached 11 sermons at Bethel just a week before the Association utGlens Creek Some people think he is far uhead of any preacher they over hoard We think he is a good Christian and does well considering his opportuni ties But its the old darkey told his master when he preached to him alone and asked him what he thought of his sermon he said Well boss I have heard better If Lincoln county haa- lIuch a preacher wo have not formed his acquaintance or even heard of him Must be a mitake Somewher- eEscaped Death It is not an uncommon experience for us to get a letter describing how the writer escaped death by taking Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin for some violent and dangerous stomach or bowel Inflamatlon The gentle soothing curative purlflcatlve action of this pleasant syrup is without any equal in the science of medicine Sold by G L Penny Stanford antI C W Adams Hustonville at COo and 91 Money back if it fails we Ten persons were killed and 30 injured when a New York elevated car jumped the track and fell into the street be lowOne hundred and twenty persons were hurt during a panic at a cattle show at Salmanca Spain- A presumably incendiary fire at Glennville Ga destroyed 11 stores and one dwelling The September term of the Doyle Circuit Court begun at Danville yesterday rChamberlains Cough Remedy This is a medicine of great worth and merit Try It when you have a cough or cold and you are certain to to be pleased with the quick relief It affords It Is pleasant to take and can always be depended upon For salo by all druggists A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store iu tho Owsley Building Jar l Traylor DIALER III tfiiiKn Brandu Winos Boor Gloars Etc KY3iosaPromplancr1I1 atttntlon Nothing but the o cr telegraph order rtcclrt roBpt attention POSTED We whole nnnies appear below strictly forbid bunting nthlng or any kind of tree passing on our ulucH and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law DrollIFred VonAllnmn Fred liauumnn Alfred Simpson George Holmei Miss Mattie H Kelchcnbacb Charles Cummins Joe Ballou A O Dunn 9 Holmes W E Amon WIt Uaufiheity- M J Hoffman J 11 more Ietar W barter J Nerln Garter J E Bruce W V Bhomtker Thomas Kerrlll Green Ferrill K J Conn John H Gamenlscl Sam Trowbrl Jge AI Hoot Charles Enaslln Frank Cordlur Mrs W O Welch Peter Italmer John Meter amuel Llodsev Jacob Gacder Mrs Alice Li lie The GORDON SCHOOL For Boys in the Country PROF A N CORDON Whosu IxjimlliiK school for boys hoe lung 11111 udted In lentnd Kentucky fur llnu discipline thorough Instruction slid iiioriiltt tilts taught tho IxHUtlful Jock Hendrlck ltneuttA miles Rest of Kriink fort tho ond1eonalilT the formation or character the corneritone of education to uxnnilnn tho Ideul conditions ntTordcil by ids school from every punt of Clew The school opens Sept II IOOB WriteProf Cordon at Frankfort for catalogue f IRitf i STOUT SHOES J 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 counterJfor 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 I H J MROBERTS STANFORD 11I Small Farm Wanted II I desire to rent n tniiijl fann of S3 to as tnun lthrIICITB IIU eJlltlIlIfior Yurlll ended hr lulprovedandprferitlwingontdke III Ilur IIOII1 ynlpeatt FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I farm contains ncrcofland In Rood of cultivation miles from rub chanlonluncaterplke OsrreIn mRtI owtQacree In t mine IERnlI1I1 orchard etc The Improvements conuti a holuu of elx rooms o pen d and- very In nl iloor HP minis room outhoueenumeroueandIngoodco dition Splendid stubin nnmwo tell privately Mae J II JOSK- HItoxTXCrnbOrchrd Ky McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Manufacturers of Jrnns Ilnneys Klnnnrl nlamikets and Yarn fiend 1I0Ilr001 takrwool In exchange tor work sllowl the market price Satisfaction guaranteed Oull or prices RaIl Informntloa Agents wonted FOR SALE I The Jim Walker Olvens trlll ot 1tt acres fertile land with good itnprovv munis nml plenty of wilier the year roue lies IJAbout Ile IIn In now miles West ot J1eKUlneynudjoin lhi lnnd K ITsnner A bleKh UllOnthlolllhlol our Terms very ennyceluttonviire Ky MCKINNEY ROLLER MILLS UcSinnoy Xy Iintlag OOllllht the McKlnncy lto11er IIIII of bur W 1IIutl nlleraronexperienceddlit onering to It none In grinding or work of any kllllS Th IIIIehlnry Is Itlloll reludrand the pre duct of It second to notw title ec con Custom Krlmllii n e cctltlty I wll No keep lIot the lowstfitmriii tlthricel liltIII Yd Etc stock I WOllt to hll your whnit hiiif will lmy you the hllehot chili market for It J H MUltrilY McKinney Ky THE VERDICT I Hcrcen doors window creens nnd screw Ing nine Kill mo Vlekk Oil Woven lpci Uurtalns Kliades 1olex Kxtetulon rook Iortlerres OurtalnHtretcherstnriKtMtretcheriiKcruti lruhes to rIIIIOf HCtlllll Unrpt timid ihdldntg Iuper Door Sladowx inlar Iulnh Vurllhll Hloln RlIII Kamnels Ilcttrree Yrllllltl ulna Buggies SW nn Old Furniture tome amid W you CIlII name comethlnit wu do not keep OIXK lit r lItlIt of hon nod Imiiities and fittl xcellrnt undertaking eiuliiinent Peaty of horkcs iind had Hulil T Tlrlnit done Pruitt BrothersMorelnnd Ky q PUBLIC SALE of Land Stock and Crop Ax executor of xnW Kvnnx ilwiim d1 ell nt publlo on- TIIUKHDAYOOTOI1KH residence three miles North ot tit hU late Urllh Orchllrtloll the Ijiticuster pike In Mn Oruss10111 K it Nplemlld 1P4K nnd proveItwithggood7r hOIl IIIrlHI other bulllllnll Thts form leontlttwbnnrnllnleand pand rllin 40 h1II1 tOOlI Ulo lot of COWl IrOlllOunl mules to acres of corn In lIh ulo turlllllll 1lelll Ihe kitchen furniture tihOIIlIolllllnll or myself at HedRevllle Mr Ky will cOlure In show theIIIIt the tarn to praonl wantingto dinnerand before day o on the ground for o4eryba1y r J H HutchlnftsK- xecutor George W Kvans deccaswl T U Auct b1c j Our stock of School Books Tablets School Bags Pens Ink Slates and I all kinds of School Supplies is ready for you We are headquarters in this line PENNYS Stanford DRUG KrntucUy STORE m J r rr rrr Cull mid sec tho points of superiority in our Electric Kongo over any I thing ever shown in the city You can not afford to ho without one of thcW if you want good baking with little inoofDo sure to see it hcforoyou huy l oG GEORGE H FARRIS Do I Stanford Kentucky t t L 1 Vcour Buyer tr u I k 4Is now in the great markets anil will soon have for your inspection the cor Skirts WmstK Dress Goods Silks Wartireel styles iii Cloak Suitsj I pooda Ginghams Drew CohibriO CarpctH Shoe Childrens Cloak- S i Capy r STANFGIUI KY Sirr 12 1905 t WB have n new stock of box papers that will interest you New shapes ar qualities Penny s Drug Store r PERSONALS r MK A G EA8TLAM Is hero from Lbufivlllo- Mh W It DiuxN of London was here Saturday rt Miss ELUJN UALIOU wits with Nichoi- o lasvllto fricmls Mitts MAiiin MAIIONY ill back from a visit to Danville friends V Dn A S Pnice is back in his olds l after a protracted illness Mil II J McltouEHW was In Cincin- j nut last week buying good I f Dn W U PENNY of Danville was tho guest of hls mother here Mns H J McItoiJEKTS spent several weeks at Crab Orchard Springs 1Mn 11 ROWAN SAUKLEY of this office was at Richmond Saturday tItS Ctro BnowN of MU Vernon t was the guest of her many friends hers Mn AinXMAnttN won second money in sn old fiddlers contest at Lexington MISSES MARY BRUCE nnI Kate IInd Pattic Alcorn visited friends at Perry vllloOn WOODS OCILVIK and wife of Princeton were guests of Mr and Mrs J C Hays of Crab OrchPLKASANTSMR J T ant hw joined J A Allens force of- carpenters MBS JULIA CRAIG DUNN who has been with relatives here leftyestcrday for Knoxville MB T E BALDWIN of Madison was the guest of his daughter Mrs W H Shanks Mn J J FINN who hM been with her brother Dr V R Beck went to- I Louikvlllo Sunday and family oC Mn J H HASEUMBJ Lancaster spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs S II Aldridge Miss COOPER FELAND has gone U Morganton N C to teach In the State School for the Dear MRS UrN P MARTIN and children with relatives hero of Rowland are this woekMt Vernon Signal L1l and ling relatives at Mist KATHKRINE WELLS of Junction Saturdays train en route City was on to Crab Orchard to visit relatives Jn will arrive today t MitH T S WBHII from Knoxville to visit her pat entA Judge and Mrs M C Saulley and childrenIIALMUMRS DEXTER are visiting her sister Mrs W u Newlnncl In the Cedar Creek section MISSES DAISY AND FANNIE VAN from Louisville DEvFER are back where they bought lots of stylish mil CAW HOBTON of the lat thanks for a wfctontW End has our remembrance consisting of good thing y to eat of Crab OrPERKINSMK Moimis chant was on Fridays train returning from Cincinnati where ho had been to buy goods Miss SAIUE GIVEN gave n delightful afternoon entertainment Thursday to a party of young ladiesMiddles boro News t MK S B LEVY who Is traveling Cora New York shirt house wits hero Saturday mingling with merchants and Ms many friends of Washington MISS ANNA CAKIBNTEIt D C Is spending this month with her parents Mr and Mrs J A Car I pcntcr Advocate Mu GRANT WIHOIIT editor of the International Ticket Agent published at Philadelphia was the guest of Mr and Mrs J S Rice DU GUY BAI LOU has located nt Toledo Ho Is nmedicine0 to practice fine young man and wo sincerely hopo i to hear good news from him now in the gents MR J It BROOKS L1 furnishing business at Cartcrsvllle was on Saturdays train en route rto Crab Orchard to visit his mother and sister J C HEMPHILL of Lancaster Friday lie told us that his Miss Thco lIe phill would in Madison Female Insti year wife and child MR IL E BURNETT spent Saturday with ren of Boston Mesdames T P and Permelln Brown Mrs Burnett was Miss Dollie Williams of Hustonville and her many i friends and relatives were glad to ceo her looking BO well sT BAKNES WEAKEN Is threatened with appendicitis MR A T MARTIN of Somerset was hero yesterday GEORQU MENEPEE left yesterday for Georgetown to enter college Mn D 0 Goocn of the South End was with his son Mr J B Gooch Miss EIJSE ENOLEMAN left yesterday for Farribault Minn where she wilj tench ELf J G LIVINGSTONS meeting at Holmes Chapel closed Saturday night with six additions TUB Misses Straub have returned from Louisville where they purchased their Fall millinery Miss MARY KANKIN of Hubble is visiting Miss Josephine Roberts Somerset Mountaineer MISSES MARY HIGGINS and Mary Me Roberta left this morning to enter Sayro Institute Lexington MRS ARTHUR SPRAGGENS and pretty daughter Miss Florence of Elllsburg were here shopping Saturday MR KIB OLDIIAU and wife of Little Rock and Mr William Oldham and family of Loanoke Ark were guest of tho families of Messrs C E Tate and T A Rice LOCALS WHEAT ground for rent AI G Huffman Stanford WANTEDA good cook Immediately Address Box 1W Stanford WE have just received our new all mattings and lace curtains Tribblo Pence FOR SALEA good stock of general merchandise In best town in Southern Kentucky Box 142 Somerset Ky TUB King farmof 141 acres lying on Hanging Fork was sold yesterday to Mr T B Hammonds of Casey at W620 DR J K VANARSDALE has sold his stock of hardware groceries etc to Mr George D Hopper Invoicing begun this morning FOR SALE OR I1FNTMy twostory residence in Stanford with lot garden fruit trees and all necessary outbuildings Address J K VanArsdalc THERE will be a shadow sale and sup per at White Oak Schoolhouse on Thursday evening Sept 21st the proceeds to go toward buying supplies for tho Sunday School All arc invited to attend T C BALL has bought of J W Per tin his home on Lancaster Street for 2220 possession in 60 days Mr Ball will occupy the residence and rent out tho building he now occupies Mr Ier rin has not decided on a location A L MORSE a freight fireman fell from his engine while going through tunnel No3 near Pine Hill Sunday morning and had a remarkable escape from death Ho suffered a sprained ankle and n number of cuts and bruises Tilt adjuster for the Springfield In surance Co represented by W A Tribble was hero last week and satisfactorily settled with Mr J M Carter Jr on his recent fire loss Ho recommended that the fullamount of insurance be paid which will be NEW +SnorMr Booker Wilkinson who ran a butcher shop here several years ago has rented the little storeroom next to the Veranda Hotel and will open a fresh meat store this week Mr Wilkinson and family will occupy Mr Withers residence on Logan Avenue THE postmaster nt Eminence adver tises that he will not sell stamps on credit Ho must bo n very unaccom modating postmaster Mr J C Flor ence our clever mail manipulator wont sell on credit either but makes it to the interest of his patrons to buy by selling three stamps for a nickel IN Hoc AT LAST Granvillo Saylor who ia charged with attempting to cremate his wife and tho family of John Stephens In the East End some eight or 10 months ago was arrested at Joncsboro Tenn and brought oho Stanford jail yesterday morning by Sheriff M S Baughman who had gone to no little expense and troublo in lo cating him It is further charged that Saylor shot Stephens as he left the house Any way Stephens had an eye- shot out and was otherwise badly wounded Saylor vehemently denies any knowledge of the crime t i IUp Against the Real Thing Such cnn he said oi the tusk wo uro now engaged in lull tlmt is buying new hall and Winter good Not that which looks like work hut real head work and phelllabor To buy the right kind is to select from the great nuke goods merchandise offered that which will meet the wants of our trade To walk around the poor styles and bad qualities and select the good is no easy task Hut with otir experience in buying we believe wo can select thos- egoodvhialuWLgive1ntiefnctIelk oMerjou evidence of ojir ability to do this what this store has done in the poet 1 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY f visMies IJUDm IRrAO In another column tho adver of the Gordon School for Boys Fon have two dwellings on West Main Street Possession Jan Mark Hardin e TilE L N will run an excursion to Louisville Sept 2Jth nt 176 fur the roundtrip Train leaves Stanford at 630 A u TilE Kings Danghtcra of tho Tur ncravillc church will give an ice cream social at their church on Friday evening next Supper 15c All are invit ed HARDIN Mr Samuel Hardin aged 82 died at his home at Crab Orchar- Friday evening and was buried at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon after ser vices by Eld J G Livingston He is survived by a daughter Miss laura Hardin his wife having died a number of years ago Mr Hardins death rQ moves one of tho landmarks of his town as well as one of its Very best citizens He was a straightforward honorable man admired by all classes because of his sterling worth and le will be sadly missed in the community where he has helped many a person in distress He had been in feeble condi tion for a number of years but not too ill to look after his little store which he ran more for pastime than for profit Mr Hardin was u brother of Mr M D Hardin of this place who is 95 years old Another brother Mr Timothy Hardin died in the West End aged 88 a few years ago They were probably the three oldest brothers in this section of the State and only the eldest now remains Mr Sam Hardin was a great admirer of Col W G Welch also deceased The writer remembers during the colonels illness how interestedly Mr Hardin asked about him when he was at Crab Orchard on one occasion and n little conver sation that followed Said Mr Hardin Welch is the best friend I have on earthand had I only one dollar in this world I would cheerfully give It to him if he needed it or if it would relieve his suffering even for a short while Tears came Into the good old gentlemans eyes as he turned away with head hung down FATALLY BURNED While lighting a gasoline lamp In his store about 5 oclock Saturday evening Mr James T Jones the wellknown restauranter was fatally burned by the explosion of the lamp The supposition Is that he had put in too much pressure and the lamp which was not In good repair gave way just as tho blaze was applied An instant after the explosion Mr Jones was a mass of flames and in his excitement he ran out in the street which only fanned the flames The sight was such a horrible one that bye standers were panic stricken for a few seconds and their delay in lending a helping hand caused Mr Jones to bo al most parched from the waist up Such headway had the fire gotten that it was necessary to turn the hose on tho un fortunate man before the blaze could be extinguished After this was dono Mr Jones was taken to his room over his store where Drs Carpenter Reid and OBannon attended him and nt once put him under the influence of opiates in order to relieve his terrific suffer ings They had littlo hope of his recovery from the start and told the members of his family At about 8 o clock he became partially consciotwand talked to his wife and children but his pains were so intense that it was nec essary to give Ijim more opiates At 5 oclock Sunday morning he sank into unconsciousness his lower limbs began to get cold and just before the clock struck his spirit took its flight The burial took place at noon yesterday at McKinney after service by Rev L MnccabeeIa little children who have great sympathy in their terrible loss lie was a kind and indulgent husband and father and it is indeed a pity that ho should have been snatched so suddenly from his loved ones MrJones was a son of Mr L R Jones of the West End and was about 40 years old He was a tine ner and plumber by trade but launched into the restaurant business several years ago The clothing of Charles Holman who was clerking for Mr Jones caught fire from the explosion but he extinguished the flames before Jie was damaged t B P JONES of McKinney asks ux to state that he has a new son at his home WIIIFOR KENT Von De veer house with garden barn and lot Somerset Street Nancy VanDeveer FORTY yeasagoyesterday Morgans men held the fort in Stanford Mr J E Bruce reminds us LOST spectacles in black case on the railroad between Lancaster and Dan ville pike Mrs C L Carter FOR SALETwo- s large brick storerooms 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 FONTAINE onulrrand his bril liant young law student P F Kennedy will address the people of that part of the county at Masonic Hall in Preach uponIand especially the ladies writes the Cicero of the Mountains SecondAdditional Local Page Two Houses For Rent Nrdesfn torent our mile iron Turlwrlrne flood Iou IlmIIT gars or lulu Also horse and l lnck mlth slopIr Tureicr vllle with ncro of ground MclUf Jnnie McIkiTurntTtvlllf Ky TO THE LADIES I I hnve opiMml n Ilrrniiniklin Kutnhllfch inint ut my liome on Logan Avpmiunml usk- n ilmre of the imlromiKv of the luillfs of this community proinlnltiK natUfnctiiry workI- IVIMIIDM trill MIl HllOIlA WlllTK Htanforil Ky PUBLIC SALE I wlU toll nt public mile nt my tmrn 01110 the tho JOt ColTt y pliiiM near JllllmlgHvlllv on- TIIUHHDAYHKIT llJKO the following cliHcrllRtl property Iloiiv lot III Mllliiicfvlllp wit ncns of Iniiil more or len nlo n tore roonl In Junction City now occupied by tho post otllcf tulrplmnuvxchiinRt Ac 15 ucrvN of corn nevj11 inulfn four twoywiroliU two vfiirllnu umlomt mule roll iilinxxl allures t milk coweaSlop111llwvuktennwhr hiss Drill Mower Cultivator Oliver Alit rl grid other tmnKN too mimerou to mention Tvrma miulit known mill of Mile W It A U U JONKM MllledKevlll Ky Col J Chandler Auctioneer nO Training School for toys at North Mlddlttownlourbon County Ky IlulldliiKK well iidontod Hltuntlon lientitl ful mid heiilthful InlUiencei the txYtrig mUxjim or place of temptation Hafett linco In Kentucky for 111II Military drill a minute dully Instruction thorough DUclplInu kind IlIlr1I1tlllthilt Jlrm Not a Hchool of hut a Christian homo for Kood IKIJII Onlyn limit wl miMilxr takeiii tHKlnit Kept 8 1I0i Forutrtlculnrxuddress JIIITOX KMIOTT Principal ttoforrnee Judge MCKunfleylInnmce Tate and William HiVerance Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public auction at my plait mlloH Wckt 01 UiutonvllltS on the Illnck dkton TITKftOAYOCTOIIKItaun IvnS The following dvu rllxil proixrty Four ymrllni hurts colts yearling mule colt 1 Kiickllnit mule rolls iiuckltnK colts rokvnmlesYlo I1 iirnoldll brood mans nil bad jIItHII Jersey row 31 Hhoatk and liriMHl 015 family horse lot of lulled hay ITacrenof corn In hliotk acren of ftorKhum lot of shelled hits kCormack hinder 3 McConmicW mowers ldxc liar row uuoothingisnrrowNrgxrlor Dim drill IIIIOM Chilled turtiliiu plows doulile xhoyel plow two Old Hickory Wllit linn umil IIIcInM whevl non wiiiona Mtx wllnlllaurll several win plow tear Mt doulile liutuv hiinienK 2 etii h bug- I ImrneM one rulilrfr tired airrliiK good new buggy pole Frazier curt heller 1hnrM power feed cutter hicks feed cutter Kriibx well Miwer 2horn corn planter WII yountf mack cattle rrudng ImplementK Users liimUr lVrm made known on day of mile Rile IxKln lit IdoVlock II O HA1IOIIMAN KyTDo You Want a Home If we cnn furnlili you one any kind you want havo for sale u croat variety uf farmxdwvllInK houses liimlnenH mid huitlneh propositions If You Want a Farm write us what kind of n place you are look II willing1toINInvest and liny other twrtlnent InforlllllUoli- W e have fauns of 01 sixes character unit prices und we are certain to Interest yon If you nru on thn market A petal card will you one of our printed lists OJCNTJAI KY UKAIKBTATK W- It K Youuo President Lebanon Ky 84 Put This at the Top of Your Mem orandum Go Jo SEVERANCES for my Snit Cloak Skirt Waist Shoes Under wear Hose Gloves Ac For Children Dress Goods Cloaks Shoes Underwear Hose For Men Underwear Shoes Socks Shirts ilc- IrJbjniily 4 =IilajnJ Jy1Cj mfnrts Carpets 9IiILFlannclettIL Percales and Calicoes r 1 Feed Your Strawt i Hat to the Cow ELet us replace it with a Fall Style i Fur Hat We have many Shapes and Shades in both Soft Hat and Stiff Hats See our Fall stock ti 1 CUMMiNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky To popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being addedt T G Weatherford Co HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY I Asks you to call and you will he convinced that they can leather your ncrttim DANVILLE SHOE STORE Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY LI ttlt Our store is now first filling up with nu elegant line of Mens AVoiiiens and Childrono Shoes filr Fall and Winter We have just what you want in upto slate styles for the young and comfort and ease for the aged George P Crow Salesman Eclipse Shoes 1 350 and 4 Per Pair 1 rr ay Havo just received our Fall and Winter Stock in all the different leathers Young men are especially invited to call and see ourlinc W E Perkins yrl s3 sitiSs Crab Orchard Ky Y The Interior Journal Entered in the Post Offi at Slatiford cu ncondclaft mater- YD1ILISIIED TUESDAYS AND F1UDAYS AT flOOPER YEAR CASH paid IJOO wilt be charged f V When not FOR SALE I Pure bred Hcrkshlr hog nd nuthdown- hell Also yonrllng bucks J HCnrpcnt T Hustonvllle K- yUMBRELLAS Becoered and repaired and tnadealtnoAt tor a amount I canas newas good than the trampumbrella betterIlx repslron your and for less money Give me tlaL FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately iMybou and acres of land Iituated jultout6lde of town limit on the Somereet- pike kitchen and ler- rantl has 7 rooms good cellar state and all room WIwr hydrant In the yard and ono for mtoct b p nAILEY tINSURANCEAecldi IitglNunu ut tlall HTltO = IoWltIO OtHT nud ltllllalnhodBFH1Compitnttt 11IngI0albl Hat lOC DnUVnwiunlUtl Tiilk MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ku liU nco Phone No8 The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOABS Proprlitor- Htctrlc LlKhti In every room Rtlumllbe and under entire New Mnuseraenl Bob 8I favorite porter meets all train Jesse W Sweeney raorBiEioK Livery Food and Solo StaUe Lancaster Ky llorues wellfed and cared fort Up to date ric reasonable rate JrH 100NE t CO Proprietor- sI HIND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Also Dealers InStreetOsJl us on Depot DosE D Peyton DLIALE1t IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce k Oarter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Ky SAecial attention to Commercial Men Your is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection z VileH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY Tho Latent lu Jewelry Hllvcr Out Glase WiitcluM nnd Clocks lu Htock Directors kiL Shanks Walkir W Oartor i Foster L Gooch H W M Bright X L Bubble Shanks r t Farm For Rent ot ill ncrcsoito note trot Ornli Orchard known M Whit Montgomery nlnvo Imnert scan go In corn and rttllnlne f In wheat inch told vrntorcd iNw owlon Jlili1 DAVID KTKKKT- Crnb Orchard Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why ready wilde clothing when there is little difference In the price ol high grade ready made suite and a cull laade1oyourmeasuretatenby an ez- pedenced tailor I have a liandiomo line of Spring goods I can make from a low price business suit to the finest dtete suit Also Spring overcoats and troun ers The company I icpreieni is ono of beet I also have a line of goads I makeuptHTipf for those wboprefer It H C KUlLEY the Tailor RESTORATIve CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY phyatttttnentlndnereforrermenofambitiontinerI bcIto prr orkmoklntrlruir tuihltl finil other rmara 4 ra lqoall roo IIdOuee Ir IIIanIPEFFER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO rOB BALK AT PEJfNTfl DBUO BTOBE JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers iu Furniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all lauds Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY ecexary Undertaker Embalmer auL Dealer in HnrneeaSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Oltlce Phone 107 Homo IhooeSJ First National KyJScIIIK Capital Stock 50000 ThU institution was originally established the Deposit Rank Ic 1858 J then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford In 1B85 and again reorganized as the Pint Da tic of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an unluter rupted exteteuce for 43 years It Is better upplied now with taclllUe for tranlact Ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited H O Oeo B O W Oummlnl 8 so tho S A of Stock m National Officers J HOOKER Preat 8 T OAKUM V Ires J J MoUOBEUTfl Ohr W n WKARENAest Ubr Directors f Reid Danrllle S T Harris Stanford J S Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford 9 n Ilauzhman Stanford T P Stanford Jis Robinson Hubble J II Rikuebtnant Stanford J Pettuj Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford t LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 950000 Paxtoni successor to The Farmer Rank It Trust Company and under same contluuoutlylor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such basinets relations will prove mutually beneficial tI Officers H SHANKS President J B Iaxtun Vice President W H BRIGHT Oatbls Wi O WALKER r AsstOasbltr FARMERS DEPARTMENT HAVE your seed wheat cleaned by C C Withers WANTED30 or 40 cattle to graze P y Carson Morcland II G Dennys Hoi Pollol won a good race at Latonia last week- S T Curtis sold to W B Burton n bay harness horse for 135 FOR SAIE 1000 bushels of red Fultz wheat J B Honaker Hustonville B W Gaines sold to Robinson of Boyle a twoyearold mule for 145 M O Kennedy sbTcT to JiH Turner a pair of twoyearold mules for 240 Carpenter Bros of Mercer sold a field of corn to C S Vanarsdalo at 75 a barrel Forty acres of good wheat land for ErAbout 150 mule colts changed hands at Harrodsburg last week Prices 90I Chinn For tllrce year old thoroughbreds for 500 D C SIPPLE asks us to state that he TobaccotWarehouse 100000 barrels of flour from the Flour City Milling Interests Minneapolis FOR SALEA very stylish bay horse seven years old suitable for women mid children to drive J C Hcmphill Lancaster Syaonby won the Champion Stakes at Sheepshcad Bay Saturday defeating Oiscau and Broomstick in the order namedSixty acres of blue grass to rent un tit Jan 1 or will graze cattle by the Vend on it till then J M Carter Sr Moreland W H Cobb sold his yearling jack fairIA red barrow weighing about 75 pounds small cut out of left car came to my place about July Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep J J Allen Hustonville E H Beazley bought for J II Tur ner of Jessamine of A 11 Matheny a pair of extra good twoyearold sugar mules for 300 of Middleton Lynn a pair of cotton mules for 100 of John Z Spoonamore a pair for 190 and orT R Wallace n yearling mule for 100 COURT DAYThe cattle market was quiet yesterday and only a few sold A bunch of 700jiounders sold at 3jc and some butcher stuff at 3c Mule colts were in demand and some 50 or more sold at 40 to 10750 tho latter price being for a premium one Aged mules at 100 to 150 How to Live Life after all Is never very happy n a person Is constantly KickuHol to live Is largely a qucMlon of how to be well Tim answer to both Is keep your main hcaltheommunleutlons = stomach liver nnd bowels in good order with Dr Culdwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It is u reliable safe and pleasant cure for headache con stipation colic and all symptoms of tho digestive trouble Sold by O L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvillo at LOc and 81 Money back If it rails Cured of Lame Baok Alter 15 Years of Sufferin- gI hud been troubled with lamo back for 15 years und I found u complete recovery In the uso of Chamberlains Pain Ualnii II says John 0 lllsher Glllam Ind This liniment U also without an equal for sprains and brulsoH It U for sale by nil drug gists A hotelkeeper leas been found in Northern Missouri who is so mean that when a baby was born in one of his rooms ho miile AVKitffHte name on the register and began charging It for room and board A Remedy without a Peer 1 find Chumbcrlatna Stomach and Liver Tablets more beneficial than any other remedy I over ustNl for stomach trouble II says JP Kioto of Kdlmii Mo For any disorder of till stomach biliousness or Constipation these Tablets nro without u pct r For stile by all drugglsta A Negro who had attacked n white man and kept him a prisoner for hours in n barn at Brandon Miss has been found dangling from the limb of n tree Cause of Insomnia luttlgcftlion nearly always disturbs tho sleep ttioro or loss and is of ton the cause of Insomnia Many oases have IHOII permanently cured by Chamber lains Stomach ned Liver Tablets For sale by nit druggists ESTRAY i50Lnt1shoats two black and one white Also black barrow weighing 140 pounds Has white spots on jowl nnd side W C Shanks Stanford The big Santa Fo elevator at Chi cago worth a million dollars was destroyed by fire DO IT TODAY Sad to think that ten months ago I looked like ibis I owe It to German Syrup tIThe timeworn injunction II sever put offtil tomorrow what OU can do today is now generally presented in this fonnII Do today That terse advice we want to OU about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks gl some reliable remedy it TODAYand let that remedy be Dr Boscliceo German Syrup which has been in use for over ears A few doses of it will COldlandcure you completely Xo matter how your even if drad consumption has lungs German Syrup will lurel elect a cure as it bas done before In tousands of ap patently hopeless cases of lung trouble QNew 25c regular size 75C At All druggists a For Snip nt P mnyn Drue Store PROGRAMME OF LincolnCounty Sunday School Convention To Dc Hcld At TIc Grab Orchard Biptiit Church On Friday Evening at 730 Sept 22 I Continuing Over Sunday 00003000 Devotional services led by Rev Gilbert Glass Address by lion W1 Brown of Somerset State President subject Civic Righteousness Discussed by Elder F M Tinder Lancaster SATURDAY MOKNING AT D30 Devotional exercises led by pastor of Stanford Methodist church 16 minutes Roll call of Sunday Schools in county and organization 15 minutes 1000 A M Tho Sunday Schoo its Aims and Work M E Pruitt Moreland 20 minutes Discussion led by Eld Mills 20 minutes The Superintendent W H Shanks 15 min utes The Teacher tt Soul Winner W IL Hopper 15 minutes Tho School How to Interest and Develop Charles Wheeler 15 minutes Twenty minutes discussion led by C E Tate 1100 A M How to obtain the best results In Sunday School work E A Fox- AJoTERNOON Devotional Exercises led by Rev Owens of McKinney The Relation of S S and Home 1 W Curter 30 minutes Discussed by Rev Davidson The Relation of Sunday School to Community John Allen and John Holtzclaw Ireachcrsvllle The possibility of the S S occupying the waste places and how to do it Discussed by Bros Livingston nnd Vaughan Who is responsible for the Sunday School 7 George S McKinney Rev L M Omer Is the Other theory true in S S Work Drs E J Brown and J W Acton A response from one from each Sunday School in the county as to what good wo get out of Sunday School Speeches limited to three min utes Music in charge of Messrs 0 B Fallis J C McClary and T D Raney t Public Sale or Blue Grass Lands Stock Crops Farming Implo meats and HousohoMI Furniture Xi rxVcillur ut1tirUit Wilt mt tBiWUreiU of Mnjor John Ihrrladeceart l the under signed will sell o- nThursday Sept 14 05- on the prantlstc beginning at nine oclock a m Ml of MlilitiCfiiul tock farming ulvuiIU and three hundred acres of com in the field OnFriday Sept 15 1905 twinning at nine oclock n w we wilt sell the tioiiitlioltt and kitchen furniture In the fjfle residence of the decedent Ladlr art tujxcUl ly Invited to bv trelll nt frlrtujr tutu For larticular 1110 the sale of rnounlty refer ence Is hiTv made to separate sU bill On Thursday Sept 14 05 IMMKD1ATKLY ArTKH NOOS IfXClt 1s2- scresoflsudw111beotleredfor sale elpht epasaleteets Tbo traits conpriw the Ur PIT jrt of Ibll of Major John tl Harm 11ecuvpludlah- t ot ferlllv Iil Kri located ou lh Uueaiter and MvnvUn turnpike roads In Uadlion OUI ty KylgulnK three milt front Uleliinuitd 1letformWr will ant offer KOT No 10 on plat contain- Ing IWscrrj On this tract U pleated Ugtbv- woolwhlohisoneofthelwetimprorwl and onpof tho largest and l the moil twautlful KentuckyThereout bnlldlugi and a very large tobacco hitsWe will next otter loOT No Ir plat eon talnlK acre All this Is lu gras except twenty acre In tobacco aud a good brick dwelling houte Itlocalrd Ibvrvfln Then tcuwHl offvr situ lou SuoIlAult 10 to gcther aud the gate will be told lu tine matt moneyWe Jto 3 and I letIIM te arately and then together and will alt the same lu the minuet bringing the most money Thrsc four Iou are known at the Old IMace wise Mijor John II Ilarrlfalhrrllrclt- hey are located three mile from Klchmoml Ky011 the Lanraiter turnpike and av all In bine gran and there arc four house on the same and one large tobacco barn They are to located ai to mtv excellent small firms eon produelleeifaoldpelwrAtlya be retrrrrd betterenald lust Nos and a 10 that Noil ands will have a free sad arajil paiiway to the Laneaitor turnpike rued The e four IoU eomblneil contain sac acrri and together inilo one of the best end mot productive farm of that site In MadUon cotta ly Ky JIlt well watered there being tbertou a iprlngWel lullIlIOU acre Thlp tract hit a half mile frontage on the Mcnelan turnpike rod ll well watered aud Will make a very dctlrable farm either alone or lu connection with any of site other train already referred 10te Mug coiTonleut to ult gooil tuutul house ll lu title on Ibis traeta good pond cud a serer falllngiprlug Via will then otter LOT No at sons TLlls known as the Daucau land and there Ii no more fertile land Iteururn to Duncan uou Hlatlou on Iliu 1t S railroad sad l on a goo l county rout- ThaMleolthtivlaudi will prvMiit one of the lent opportunities arerolTirtNl In Madison county Kyfor life snit profitable lQVc lmeut of capital or the acquiring of splnndld Mile grass home They art all totaled eotiTcnlent tothtwuntysvatarelstundrl by inrtllint turnpike road or on the LA N railroad tbire Lelagtwoelatlunou the firm an convenient lo churches and thv belt school and are tn one Of the grandest farming commiinltltn lu ths Ulr TERMSIoK- CMlou of the Iltythcwood residence yard and garden will be glreli Immedtitely after sale full poneoilon of the residue the properly to be told wilt buglvtuonor otI fort Jan 1t inpurrbaifri will hare right to entry aud tour small KIII and to BIG 6 fence erect bulldlagi or make other Improvea meats on the lands during the fall of Otis third of the pnrrhme money will ho due and payable DcccmberSOth and the re maining purchase money will be duo and pay Able In three e IIIIIIIlalllneIlU In six twclvo and rlghleen month from Dee tOth 1003 slid puroha fr wlllb teiiilreil to execute stoles with good security paySblo to the executor bearing legal Intf rcit front Urn 30th un ill paid and a lien will be retained to secure the unpaid purchase moncj and Interest dool to be executed on first payment ol purchain money Said IAnds will he sold wlthont reserve or bybid nJd the sales will be IIh uliite title good Farm can reached by train leaving JUcJiinaud on Lk N rallroidatgjW a in anti returning leave front yard of renlflence arff jim For further partlcnlsn addrvn C U OUy 1arl KyS II stone Ionl vlllc Ky or T J Curtis Hlchmoad Ky The latter reside upon the farm and would be glad 10 show the miMoall parties drilrius lo Inupcct the land or prriolialty- II STONE U CLAY TJCUKTIH- Kxcoutonof J J Harrlideeeaicd 4 NII Iilue print showing surrey 6t the atiovo land can tit found at all bank InKUhraoud Public Sale op Blue Grass Lands 1 Stock Crops Funning Implo inonts Iiouselioldanti hitches Furnituro The undenlgupdaexecutor of Major Jno i Harris deceased Will ellon Thursday Sept 14 1905 Friday Sept 15 1905 beginning each day at the liaise of t oclock a mnthefollowluir ro tftr U IS work male J yearling mules 0 brood mans IOu b7 UUck BlUlrrcl sad our lij King Richard jcrllnu suit two jearold hone I we nlluc colt Kood tlrlrlDR houun extra cotxl young jack and 20 mullet II milk eostS and valve i yea- rhugbelfrrbvretling ttitrn I Hborlhorn Imll 50 heal of export rattle numerous farming lmpem ut eoniltllnc of wagons MinlfM mower cultivator plows hnie iplowt r harrake also I earrlice JUicitlri t sets of Iwnr bastes rattle seals I platform scale- 2e hemp brake t acre of corn In the Sell 1x Itarhottll and even large rtcktof ttratr Lunch will U rrrcd at 11 oelitek sad tame dlateljr alter the lunch M acres of land rparate parrrl will told from tile InJporeh of the rrtldruce Hoe separate nle bill for the laud sale term O- nFriday Sept 15 1905 attilue oclock II m we will ell the houie hold and kitchen furniture ofsaid ilrcedtnt consisting of bed room parlor sad library arts complete carpel sad rug a very handsome old mahogonr aide board dlnluit tall and chairs also china aud table ware hill srI llodoWIu the furnlmre ef every kind of this mixnlfl cent eonturx heraetlMd- Thl sale will l e iniide without reserve or by hid anti will bo absolute Ladle are purlieu larly Melted for tin second daj whets the household sad kitchen fnrullure will lie tOM The farm can be reached bjr the railroad from Hlohmund Ky The train Irate Hlcb mOBIl Kyat Kilo and reluming luau the front van of reldrlice at s n m TERMSA- llitMf brliigliKtWand less must ire paid for In rah For all articles wee t10 the hue ehater hall execute notes with good scrod ly payable to the executor on Duo M 19tt without lotrrett until tnatntlty Tenna of the sale must be complied with later morlng property UMCLAYH T J CfltTIH Executor For partlilllar as to land tile see separate bile KENTUCKYS 1 STATE FAIR I AT LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG DAYS IN PREMIUMS 25000 PREMIUMS I 1ANDNovel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions I The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 PiecesI 41IIEOWs McRoberts 6 fRUGGISrISClls hulIeCN ItlNl111l Ut l 8111th licry gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer 1 n