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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1905 NO 56 Our Preachersvllle Correspondent In Hoosterdom iNriUNAFOttS iKBr Seltrt2JnJ fulfillment of our promise to the ure of tho cheapest and best we willi now after a long delay tell of some n bur experiences among tho Hoosiers Wo Htlll contlnuu to maku new friends and occasionally run across some of our I Kentucky friends who are in business in this city We had tho pleasure of nee inst our good friend Eugene Sutton who is now working insurance for nil it Is worth Ho is partner with J II Kennedy in a grocery and judging from tho customers are doing a thriving business They are two old Preach eravillo boys In whom Ircachersvillo is much interested Wo enjoyed a drive through Woodruff Ilaco with Mr Robert Lallan who very kindly pointed out tho many beauties of this most beautiful city park The residences fronting on this park aro nmong tho finest in the city ench cost Ing 1G000 none of lower price being permitted Besides this fashionable J rlvo there are dozens of others equally attractive Statues fountains and flow ers are some of Its many ornaments Riverside and II road Ripple pnrks ate on White Hlvcr and afford lest facili ties for boating and bathing Street cars run to these parks and people may picnic there and return to their homos far out in tho country in time for supper Wo enjoyed a visit to the Indiana fitatchousonnd went through tho State museum which contains many excellent specimens ofbirds reptilesand animals I which look very natural and which peak well for the taxidermists skill Next we visited the Indiana insane asylum where IKK male and 1160 fe male patients are taken care of in lav ish splendor This is one of four such institutions in the State nod the Legis lature him made appropriation for still anotherIndiana State Soldiers and Sailors Monument Is another of the impressive landmarks of the Howler metropolis moro than 10 miles a vl1Y lire visible from the balcony of this shaft It is universally ad Ip1lnlY to be the grandest achievement and sculptural art in designed to perpetuate the heroic epoch of the republic and to com memorate the valor and fortitude of In dianas soldiers and sailors in the war of the Rebellion and other wars The monument foundation is G9 by 63 feet and is 30 feet deep being surrounded by a plaza tho diameter of which is 342 feet Tho monument 285 feet from street level to top of statue The hal cony is 228 feet above tho ground is reached by an electric elevator or by a stairway consisting of 32 fllghts324 steps On reaching the balcony visi tors look over a beautiful panorama of Indianapolis and vicinity a delightful view not surpassed anywhere Blow the balcony is u bronzo astragal bear- S ing the dates 1M11WK on the four sides of the shaft illuminated by elec tried Midway tho monument is a second bronzo astragal representing the navy and further down n third bronze astragal emblematic of tho ar my On the cast and west sides of tho monument nro the two largest groups that have ever been curved out ofstone tho ono on the east representing war t Mhc other peace On tho south fron- arc two heroic stattutx each cut of u huge block of stone ono representing infantry the other an ideal cavalry scout On the north front are the nr tillery and navy representatives same as on tho south On tho east and west Hides of the terrace are magnificent i cascades over each of which How 7000 tgallonsof water per minute With eight immense candelabra carrying 48 nrc and 150 incandescent lamps together with tho f00 incandescent lamps I Monument Taco is the most brilliantly I rind beautifully lighted place In this country Above tho entrance facing flouth is the Inscription of dedication To Indianas Silent Victors This monument was finished In 1894 at a cost of f000000 To have looked once upon this beautiful monument is to have its picture hung in memorys halls forever Ero these lines shall have been read we will be again In old Kentucky Very truly yours I HIANKKNHHII1 Like Finding Monoy ti Finding health In like finding money so think those win aro sick When youfiavo u cough emil sure throat or chest Irritation better net promptly like W C Hnrlier of Sandy Level Va lie says I hail n terrible chest trouble caused by smoke and coal Just on my lungs but after findingno relief In other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for eon sumption coughs and colds Great est sale of any cough or lung medicine in the world At O L Pennys drti store Stanford and Lynn Bros of Crab Orchard 60o and II guaranteed 1 Trial bottle free The Russian peace envoy a have sailed for home Dobbltt On Happiness Etc CiiAn ORCHARD Sept 12thI desire to describe j real Impjiy domestic life True happiness not found In tho gild ed palatial hall where wealth abounds Cold formality and frozen pride are found there The rich the powerful and tho great are seldom happy Till not In being a great lawyer a doctor n statesman a Congressman a scientist or a scholar Tis not through ambi lion shutting yourself up in some great temple of science of law of medicine of art and growing ghastly pale and gray by the baleful reflection of n mid night lamp All these have been tried In vain Marrying for wealth where there Is no reciprocating love is but to shipwreck happiness on n desolate shore Where there is no love let there be no marrlngo I was asked at Crab Orchard Springs this summer in n largo assembly of dies and gentlemen if I could be Induc ed to marry for money I answered at once My heart for gold can not be sold I know its value trotter A princely throne whore IOVOH unknown- Is hut n splendid fetter Great applause I will give our read ers a picture of true happiness A neat log house u gourd vine climbing the wall n rude porch covered with boards tho house also covered with boards no loft to deaden tho sound of the falling rain A dozen hens and feathery spur red knight whose clarion voice pro claims the hours of the night one cow one horse or better no horse one ba by or no baby u small garden patch 10 barrels of corn u little hay sticking out of tho stable loft and a small stack of hay or blade fodder on the outside corn laid by dark clouds lowering in the western horizon the lurid light ning darting its forked spires across its gloomy front doctttoneil thunder roll ing across tho corduroy pike of the heavens and you inhaling the odor of the frying chickens listening to the music of the turning coflfco mill and as the big drops of rain begin to fall upon tho boarded root of the cabin to hear a soft musical voice in tho kitchen dining room Darling supper is ready And you go in and find your love has put all the lost pieces of chicken on your plate Then after supper is over if circumstances will permit sit before a good log fire because the evening is so damp and singf Corn in the little crib a dollar in tho pocket Baby in cradle and pretty wife to rockIL This is true happinc this is sublu nary bliss this is terrcstlal felicity Why do not I pursue this plan 7 lie cause Itcuglement Bcuglemong is too large and my two houses in Hobbitton are too fine one being u white framed house and the other having two brick chimneys and too grand to make our poverty sufficiently splendid FONTAINB FOX UoniltTT Are uEngaged Engaged jHopli should remember that after mnrrlagis many quarrels ran bo iivolilid by keeping their dl gesllonx In Rood condition with Klco trli Hitters 8 A Hiown of Bon nltb lilt S C IIIIStlor years my wile suffered Intensely Ivan rays torpidtr vigor two beoumo a iwiv Tik of htr former self Then she tried Itikctrh- iItittrrs which hol ed her at once llnally motile lion entirely wll Sho now strong and healthy O I fen ny druggist Stanford and Lyno tiro Oral Orchard soil and guar nnteo them at 60e a bottle Dresden is one of the few cities pot andsthis was bequeathed to the city by th late Dr Gunt The bequest is u very valuable property and consists of n dally newspaper which irt consequence of its extensive circulation is tho prig cipal advertising medium in tho neigh borhood The profits are applied to the beautifying and Improvement of time city and to charity Attacked by a Mob and tauten In u labor riot until cov aced with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Hucklens Arnica Salve and was soon nouinl and well I use It In my family1 writes O J Welch of Tekonslm Mich und find it perfect Simply great for cuts and humus Only Itfc at G L Pennys drugstore Stanford and Lynn Bros Crab Orchard The Young ManI dont know what to do Im 18 and Im In love withn girl who Is 22 His FatherThats all right By tho time you are 21 shell just be 20 whatgHe cant buy halt For which she yearns John McCartney aged 70 committed suicide at his home near Columbus Ind NEWS NOTES A rich strike of gag is said to have been made in Menefee county lodge T J Simmons Chief sHcc of tho Supreme Court of Georgia died in Atlanta The illness of Baron Kornuru the Japanese envoy has been diagnosed as typhoid fever Jimmy Britt says ho was overtrained mind that a weak heart caused him to lose his battle with Nelson A petition has been filed at Chattanooga asking for a receiver for the Chattanooga Southern railroad Two men were instantly killed and u third probably fatally hurt by being struck by n train at Marion Ind The Japanese battleship Mikasa for merly vice Admiral Togos flagship cnught fire and sank It is said that 599 lives were lost Sixty persons woro injured nine seriously by the overturning of n trail car on the Homestead division of the 1ittsburg Railway Company nuisvillo last month was the second city in the United States in the amount of expenditures for buildings The actual aggregate was 1100000 Lemuel Mahoney of Spencer county shot and killed Will Sutherland at She byvillc after being struck by Suther land with an improvised slungshot The Franklin county grand jury indicted Cnl Newton for the murder of Gee Smith and Smiths son James D Smith The case was set for trial September 26 The Southern has awarded contract aggregating 1000000 for a double track from Morristown to Knoxville and a lino from Chattanooga to Steph cnson Ala The Citizens Bunk which was or ganized at Glasgow Junction August 15 with a capital stock of 15000 has been dissolved tho inconwratora dis agreeing in the organization David 11 McKay and his wife were blown to atoms by the explosion of to quarts of nitroglycerin near Clarks- burg Wu Only the axle of their wagon was found after the crash Eulasa Morgan u farmer near Cor inth while despondent from an attack of typhoid fever cut the throat of his wife and then his own in the presence of their two little children A Negro woman snatched handbag containing 327 from Mrs Pauline Do marto in Louisville The numey had been saved by Mrs Demarto and her husband in hope of returning to Italy Mrs Alice Hegan Rice the author of Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch has made her debut in the commercial world by organizing a new National Bank in Ixmlsvlllo with a capital stock of 350000 Mrs John E Madden in her suit in Cincinnati for alimony testified that her husband had forced her to make false entries to the Jockey Club of then es of his horses A letter from a woman read only by the court was given by Mrs Madden as her reason for leaving her husband KINGSVILLE Trainmaster W M runey and other officials were here Saturday- A revival begun at Pleasant Point Baptist church Monday evening- A now sidetrack is boing made here business having become so great Born to the wife of Joe Jenkins a boy and to tho wife of Dave Burton a sufaI Creighton i about the same condition being confin ed to his bed and entirely helpless J Evorard Creighton who has been work ing days at Richardson on tho C 0 i very ill with pneumonia at tho C 0 hospital at Huntington W Va te Woodstock Monday evening and Mm Warren taught as his substitute Tuos duy Messrs Watson and Albright o Elgin were the guests of Dr C M Thompson Saturday Mr and Mrs John Hart and children of Tennessee are guests of relatives here Your cor respondent entertained a few at lunch Friday evening in honor Miss Mamie Robinson and brother liar ry who returned to their home at Lexington Saturday S C Carter and wife of Solatia Mo ninth Mrs Wm Pealrs and children of Illinois are ex pected soon to visit Mrs Elizabeth and Mrs John this place and other Kentucky relatives Cough Remedy Aids Nature Medicines that ulll nature are always most effectual Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan It allays tho cough relieves tho lungs aids expectoration opens tho secretions und aids nature In restoring tho system to a healthy condition It is famous for its cures over a largo part of the civilized world Thousands have testified to ItsBuperloroxcellence It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia For sale by Ill druggists r MATRIMONIAL David Malone committed suicide at uf1 iLlnd because his wife had secured a divorce Pat McMuIlin and Miss Gertie Sims both of the Waynesburg section were made one yesterday The Episcopalian synod of Canada decided not to remarry a divorce so long as the other member of marriage contract is living Ninety years old six times married and the father of 11 children is the record of Jacob Kinney better known ns Major who applied for and got a license at the Hcnrico Co Va Clerks office to wed one Ann Green who is also no novice on the matrimonial sea and who is years of age In recent years the old roan has been getting nnd lens been supported by his sons When asked what ho meant by getting married he said I need a The holpmateIfor some mnriago of Mr W K Ransom to Miss Daisy McGuire This happy event land Its consummation last Wednesday evening at the Baptistchurch Justthe prayer meeting was being dismissed the bridal party filed into the church mid the soft strains of the wedding March played by Mrs Covington The ceremony was short nnd impressive Rev Forrest Maddox pronouncing tho words that made fast the tie that binds While devoid of ostentation the wedding was a very pretty one and congratulation were extended in the heartiest manner to the young and suitably matched couple Yurkon O T Sun Tho bride is a daughter of Mr W S McGuire formerly of this place and is an excellent young woman HUBBLE As Bro Tinder is In a protracted meeting at Carlisle there will be no preaching at Hubble Sunday afternoon M B Eubanks and R L Hubble at tended tho John D Harris sale near Richmond James McKcchnie went to Monticello to look after his hay trade in Wayne Mesdames Lee and J M Rankin have returned from a visit to relatives in Pulaski They took In the Somerset fair while gone Frank Miller has returned to his work at Lebanon Ind after a delightful vis it to his parents and many friends here who Bro proud of his success in his new field of work John Bourne has gone to Lebanon Ind to accept n job in a restaurant Miss Estello Wilmot has returned to her aunts at Rochester Miss Mary Holtzclaw has returned to her home in Missouri- T B Hammonds of Casey will move to the King place about the firstof next year James Shackelford of Hedge ville has moved to his new home near Harrodsburg Ben Kelly will take his place at Hedgeville until Jan 1 and do all shop work John Bourne and wife have returned to their home in Illinois after several weeks stay with her parents Mr and Mrs J W Anderson of this place An insurance adjuster was sent tond just u loss on n building that had been burned How did the fire start asked u friend who met him on his homeward trip I couldnt say cer tainly said thendjuster but it struck me that it was tho result of friction What do you mean by that asked his friend Well said the insurance man friction sometimes comes from 5000nhouse A small buy was citing inu geog raphy class The teacher was trying to teach him the points of the compass Sho explained On your right is the South your left the North and in front of you is the East Now what is behind uuZi Ifknew it told ma youd see that patch in my pnntsiatiies Home Journal pfgut oil cheap wino after having contracted constipation or Indigestion id still able to perfectly restore his health Nothing will do tills but Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache coast ipti tion etc 23o ut G L Penny drug store Stanford mad Lyno Bros Crab Orchard guaranteed The trial of James Hargis Alex H Hargis Elbert Hargis and Ed Callahan for alleged conspiracy in tho murder of James Cockrill was continued in the Fayette circuit court to await the court of appeals decision on Judge Parkers conspiracy ruling Charged with bigamy and murder Calvin Young Reed was arrested in Louisville The detectives think that Reed deserted his wife who had sup ported him for 18 years and that he poisoned wife No 2 r f VylJ The kind of shoes all stylish wolldrossod styloloadersThey aro U shape holding perfectly fit ting shoos made on custom lasts Made in Patent Colt Russia Calf and Velour Calfall soft pllablo and drossy leathers ALL AMERICA SHOES aro known throughout the country for style and wear and sell everywhere for 350400 All men need themyou need them Come in and let us show them to you Sam Robinson Stanford Ky Buy your Superior Grain Drill Oliver Plow Tiger Disc Harrow and Armour Fertilizer from s H HICCJNS IW STANFORD KY n 250 NOVELS 250 A Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Reading Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILLNCRAIGDruggist Crab Orchard Brodhead If you have a0ysize job of Tin Hoofing Gal yaniziug Guttering Hut Water Heating Plumbing Warm Air Heating or needIt Tump of nay kind it will pay you toj se- eS H ALDRIDGE Phone 118 Depot St Stanford Ky Mt Vernon LivingstonY r IIi i4 The Interior Journal E C WALT- ONDEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator- R L HUBBLE For Representative J Jr M ALVER80N Kor County Judge- RV C WARREN jf For County Attorney vv x W S BURCH 7FoeSheriff r f1f T JEFF HILL eR- y For County ClerK i GEORGES COOPER V For Amewior WACARSON For Superintendent Fcnools GARLAND SINGLETON- For Jailer W I HERRIN JUDGE It L STOUT at the opening of the Franklin circuit court instructed the grand jury with especial reference to vagrancy and carrying concealed weapons He said Vagrancy is o- neiofthe greatest menaces that society has to contend with Outside of those who possess an independent for tune there are but three ways of mak ing a living one by working one by begging and one by stealing I have known and have official information of the fact which is well known by the grand jury that it is difficult to secure labor to raise and harvest crops Notwithstanding this fact there are scores of ablebodied laborers about the cities i and towns who are idle It Is the duty of the grand jury to look into this con dition of affairs and remedy it by your action if possible to do so The charge of Judge Stout is timely Within the history of the State there has not been witnessed more vagrancy than now pre 0 vails in all its towns and cities The word vagrant has lost part of its original meaning Originally it meant a wandererwhat we now call atrnmp It would be better for the industrious class of citizens if that large body of idle dissolute ill mannered thieving class we now call vagrants should begin and keep up the tramp life It would relieve each community at least temporarily of their continuous pesti ferous presence Laborers of all kinds are in constant demand They are needed on the farms as well as in do mestic employment Yet one need only look forth on the streets of any town or village in Kentucky at any hour of the day and he will see from 15 to 50 ablebodied idlers sitting on curbstones or lazily lounging in a friendly shade Barring street loafing the women of this class are worse than the men Not one out of 100 betakes herself to an honest employment Depending whol ly on a friendly climate nightly visita tions to truck patches and chicken roosts small pilfering the small revenues from licentious practices varied only with an occasional odd job these dissolute creatures have become an ab solute moral and physical stench They should be wiped out and that speedily We have a fairly good vagrancy law but it is not enforced No law is ever enforced unless there is a healthy public sentiment back of it It is a hope ful sign that the circuit judges in the State are taking notice of the growing evil Punishment and severe punish ment at that furnishes the only hope orderly people may have that these thieving idlers can be thinned out While the present law does tolerably well it falls far short of being what it should be The last Legislature had a good opportunity to enact a good law a law which prescribed the whipping post for the second offense of vagrancy but the grannies of that astute body of statesmen were frightened from a plain line Cf duty by the apprehension that some longhaired etherialized humani tarian would scream out that Kentucky had gone back to the slave drivers lash A vagrant cares but little for a short sentence to the county jailor the meagre work he does on a rock pile Put the lash to him and he will mend his ways or leave the country I But since this cant be done under the existing law we must be content to susI tain our courts supperiqr and inferior as well as our ministerial officers in ev ery proper effort to rid the country of vagabondage When the rigors of win ter come many of the worthless idlers will come around begging alms and those who dont will impose upon each householder the necessity of double locking his coal house ED WALTON andVernon Richardson have had a spat or two in which the temper of each was shown to be sharp er than their witsSomerset Journal Concerning the following from Mr Campbells pungent pen to show that as a Did ever eat a paw We did In yOu our callow you- tstoryonly that Is another a long time between eats EXQUEEN LIUUOKALANI celebrated her 67t birthday on September 2 A reception by was held at home The list of notables present does not include Senator Black burns name THAT mobs are almost invariably composed Sf cowards is shown in the following sent from Winchester The expected mob to lynch the Negro rapist Sam Hisle formed on the Colay pike about three muds from the city and stood there several hours Want of leadership prevented an attack on the jail which was heavily guarded and Sheriff McCords announcement that he would defend the prisoner to the last extremity probably cooled the nr dorofthemobIJadthepeaceoinccrsof GlarkcouutyshowncflnslessncsiJihaut protecting Hisle the laws of the State would again have been cheated Three cheers for McCord Tim Danville News had another column or so Tuesday about its friend Hon John W Yerkes Drcra Rich ardson and Embry are as happy as big sunflowers when an opportunity presents itself for them puff the como missioner of Internal Revenue POLITICAL The democrats of Cumberland county nominated Thomas J Lawhon for county judge Johnson county voted on the whisky question The rate stood 1089 against the license and 142 for it President Roosevelt has denounced as a fabrication the report of an alleged interview with him regarding the terms of the peace treaty published in a Paris Gov R L Taylor has declined Senator Carmacks challenge to a series of joint debates saying such a canvass is contrary to all precedents in TennesseeK Republican nqminee for Representative in the Legislature from Lexington has notified the Re committee that he will decline the nomination Indianas State auditor has been removed by Gov Hanly He is charged with inexcusable violation ot law and gross betrayal of trust and is said to be 145000 short in his accounts- J E B Stuart son of the Confed rate cavalryman and collector of customs at Newport News has been warn ed not to be so active nor to permit his office force to be so partisan in their political work The Republicans of Pulaski county nominated the following ticket N L Barnet Judge E L Wesley Attorney f J A Jasper Sheriff W R Price Assessor J Frank Hines Jailer C J SI Langdon Clerk L N Taylor Superintendent of Public Instruction M T Freeman Representative The fight was made along the HunterEd wards factional lines and was extremely bitter The Edwards faction won about four out of seven of the nominees and the Hunter faction all the magis trates except one IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Central University opened its doors Wednesday morning with a magnificent attendanceJohn who shot his sonin law Green Mount and badly wounded him in Laurel county was held in 1I 500 bond While taking part in the big dove shoot at Richmond Capt J J Green leaf was shot through the hand and painfully wounded Louis Landram of the Lancaster Record who hasbeen confined to his room for some time past has gone to Atlanta for a special course of treat mentA special term of court has been called at Lawrenceburg Ky for Octo her 30 to try William H York and J James Bass charged with conspiracy and the murder of James R YorkcJohn W Thickstun of Louisville ed and H Quincy Thickstun of Medena Mo brothers mysteriously disappear ed after leaving their homes to look after timber and mining interests in Wayne county Walter Turpin of this placo who has been running a saw mill for M G Aldridgc in Garrard county started for home on Saturday September 2 He boarded train at Crab Orchard that night and nothing has since been heard of him says a Mt Vernon dispatch Here and There Three Iowa farmers were killed by lightning while in a tent at the Indiano fair Rev George H Simmons formerly of Louisville has bought a bank at Peoria John W Gates handed Boots Dur nell a 20000 bank roll and the trainer and former jockey bought u stable of yearlingsIke bought 51 stock hogs at 5 and SIc C S VanArsdale sold to S W Royalty 300 barrels of corn shucked at the shock at 160 Harrodsburg HeraldAt J Rices sale in Garrard yesterday 20 1100pound cattle sold at 3Jc milk cows 18 to 20 horses 100 to 130 mules 100 to 120 corn shucked at heap 158 barley 35c millet hay 5 per ton Cause of Insomnia Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep more or less and is often tho cause of insomnia Many cases haveI been permanently cured by Chamber lain s Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists CHURCH MATTERS Rev P J Ross many friends will be glad to learn that conference re turned him to the pastorate of tho Methodist church here The collection at the Presbyterian church Sunday will be for Assemblys Home Missions the pastor Rev Gilbert Glass asks unto state A new religion in Maine permits the brethercn and sistercn to hug and kiss And they do say the way young people are embracing both thoi religion and each other beats all ords Wiunuu R SMITHS BUSINESS COL LEQti Lexington Ky has educated many young men and women for useful ness and independence and tho greatest success Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting and Telegraphy taught by experienced teachers Kentucky Uni j versity diploma under seal awarded graduates Great demand for graduates of this College at fine salaries Recognized its the cheapest lest highest honored business andI This session 500 students from JO havo attended Students can begin at instrucjtlonS W corner of Main and Mill streets or address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky TILE closed season for squirrel and rabbit begins today and continues two months The purpose of the law is to protect quail from incidental slaughter IF you want fun and lots of it you had better attend Jones tL Kelsays picnic at Oak Grove near Yosemite tomor row Saturday A drummer was awarded damages of HO and cost who was bitten by three bed bugs in an Ohio hotel TO THE LADIES I went fit- olilyhornyurhugnnAninunnuulnth share or Irttronngr of the llu11 of thl work4NHtanford Ky Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale IIIemhwith lncre of ground Two pood ultonoaereofalowlttabtelien WnntytooreCrebOrhard A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY 0fico over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Builil- iugDarI TraylorDIALtH IN WtilsKn Brandu Wines Beer Gioars Etc KYlosso NolhtejbuttheFadrlak folllptallDllonIu Training Scholl for lays atI North Mlddltswnlsurbon County Ky HulMliiK well t d Hltuntlou bcautl tul and healthful Influences tho lestnol- oon or places of temptation Ha frut place In Kentucky for boys Military drill inlnutrN dully Instruction thorough DUclplIno 111II1Jlllrnlllllbut firm Not u Hclimil of boys but n ristlnu hoots for Kood toy Onlyst limit nuiilIxT taken MIon IMgln H pt 15 Kor particulars iiddrcit MILTON KLLIOTT Principal References JudisoMOHjiutleyOlarence Tnt nud William Heveriince Htauford Ky POSTED IWe whose names appear below strictly hunting dining or any kind of tres sstng on our placet and will prosecute tbelaIFred VonAHman Fred lUumann Mired Simpson George Mother Miss Mattie U hewer E Relchcnbach Charles Oummtns Jos tiallou A 0 Dunn 9 M Holmes OiughertyM i Peter W garter J Nerln Garter J E truce W K Shoraaker Thomas Kerrlll Oreon Kerrlll- F J Conn John H Gamenlsch Sam Trowbrldge AI Hoot Cliarle EnsIln Frank Cordler Mrs W 0 Welch Peter Halmer loam Meier Samuel Modtey Jacob Our der MfA Alice Lytle PUBLICSALE I will sell nt public auction at my place 2 lllnekkerrF4ltyNr ltHRaIrOlust Tho followlnt deKcrllittl profHrty Kour jiiirllni horse roll mulit colt i HiicklliiK niiifcoltn1 suckling loran colts 7 nil broaxltstarosbredaJeunelsS mid lirixdl flows good family horse lot ofI hfJorIlIlHk1II1I1IIrrow niiKxitlilni harrow HUM rlor l lnc drillI 11111douIIIwagondiruglurntrasonarublertiredI rockdurter eWIi young lIlck cattle IIIlxtllulllbrTrlllode Ugln lit 10 oclock H KyT I H J I Small Farm Wanted i IdeMre to rent n small farm of S3 to ncrrslint fltherfrontxriH lliiKXoraiitlles tthriunl or annuls Faun must le II- I1IIIIIrmIIIIIIIIftr It 1log ollllkr pllr- IUII Hynlpwn Ky FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Farms contains rb acres of IUIIII In loudI slneof cultivation Chiles front l Lancaster ldketusorts In Imndchard 00 ow acres In cultfvatlon garden orchard elc Tbe IIfproellltnh ronhtand Inn house of six rooms pnpN n repair Cistern fit dour Havantvery outhouses numrrous and In goal rollroom dltloll Kplndhl Iblll and to crlt Will n J H JoMrsell privately lox 3rnhOrchnrdK- yMcKinney Woolen Mills McKInney Kentucky Manufacturers of Jeans Llnreys Klnnnel lIIanket and Yarn t4tnd us your wool W take wool In for work nllolnl the mnrket nattfaennn gunrnotrvl lnfornmtlonCall or write forprlcrs and Agents wonted FOR SALE I furlll of Thv Jim 14nlker then acres of fertile land with the Improve thefts and plenty of water year t IlesIn no olusthe Innd II yleKtn IiiiyutIrnhlkaaSOt4outhurn it itsiutrbargain for tome ftlKhtof u Tctnuvry KHWAIIU rstv IA lluktonvlllv OItS lip McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS KcKinaoy Ky Ilnving bought the NcKlnneyltoUNrMlill- rind secured tlst rvlcssof air nilller I fret wwrnrlt lscons Inell klllli she Intthlifsectlion Ctltonl nil klllll which I hued iofnnIIIRO keep will seilill th lowest market price liny Keed Ktctiilwayn In tock to buy your wheat nnd III pry you the hlKhtul ash market for It JK MIItI iIY McKlimey Ky THE VERDICT toorR window eerrrllN ltnd erII lHiui 111 mows jicorug Uiirtullu Im Itugsu1itttinge11urtlrtrceiru- ahWN t Ollrl t retchem itcto remove water from floor by kectlon Cllrt a lIulld lilt IMjior hoar Window luwr 1alntn VjirnMi IMcture Kranuil Ham IIUKKles New nnd IOUldIIlIUlllIb house sad sev you can fIzcelleit lrtnklnuwrlutpuientnd Plenty of horses stud fIlone BrothersMorelandKy PUBLIC SALE of Land Stock and Crop An nxecutor of leorn W Kvinw deccan Id I veil nt Kiilo on- THUIIHIAYOOTOHKI151W 8 orlh ofthreet hlk late resldvnve 1lkIIIIIIIc- uln malt Orehunlun thin Lancaster courtly st splendid Itll acres tied well- auprovvti containing Aboutfarm large with good 1roolll house wellThis hlnnisbuildingsotherburn uttered stud It st tlllt Ioek IIl1d Imlll farlll anti place laa td oftlnleIMI lit the saute lot of cows Iuod air 1lUJllOund mules4ncresofcornln Ollt e Also kitchen furtnntra JllomltlIt11hOUlohohllllld elf lit will In aho- IIIIt trio tanlto peuoll wauitirlgt o see the of Plenty of dinnerand before tiny on the ground for everybody J N NutchfnlK- xecutor George wl Kvane deceased T II Auct s FITS f L u It does not matter the quality of the cloth or the beauty of the lining in a Coat if it FAILS TO FIT you then your Suit is a fail ure We do not claim to have the best of everything in the world but we do claim that we have a better fitting COAT and one that holds its SHAPE BETTER and one CRITE RION g suit when worn will convince you Prices 10 to 1750 Sold by t t 1111111111 MROBERTS STANFORD tT udleswcstofMchinnNy0111 Inolierhrgtothepublicntutu Pruitt 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 linePENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Call and see the points of superiority in our Electric Mango over any thing ever shown in the city You can not afford to bo without one ofjthceo if you want good baking with little labor Bo sure to see it beforeyou buy QG GEORGEH FARRIS O i Stanford Kentucky i f r I- iit yr i Our Buyert i Ji IIenow in tho great markets and will coon hnvo for your inspection the cor I i reel styles in Cloaks Suits Skirts niats Drees Goods Silks WrtA y I Jrijv j- ri ij Caps Goals GiiighnmOrDresij Cambricc Carpets Shoes Cliihlrcns Cloaks L u l qc Sr Nrorui KY Slur lit 1005 f WB have a now stock of box papers that will interest New shapes an qualitioH IVnnyH Drug Store PERSONALS lilts IL C KAURIS Is convalescing MRS W T TUCKKU has been quite ill Miss MARY HUNDLKY Is with Lexington friends MIL U 0 DBNNY was at IitUburg Wednesday Mns Ancu GIIIIBN is visiting her BIll ter at Heron JULIAN HouitSR U clerking for Mr W Ih Higgins JOHN OWBIXY RKIO has entered Cen tral University MRS H K BOURNr has returned to t her homo nt New Castle JASON WESIKY and Hod Wesley of Liberty were hero Wednesday REv GlUiERT GIA83 attended 1rw bytery at HarnxhburK this week t ME ItS JOHN H FOSTER and W II Shankswere nt London thia week Miss KATIIERINK WATERS is burl e from n visit to her cousin in Danville MR D 0 GOOCII of the Waynes burg section went to Knoxville yester day Mns J S HEED and son of Louis ville are with her mother Mrs Mnttic LANIIAM hu gone to Washing ton to see about getting n patent on his corn planter Cots W H DUUUERAR and E P k Woods attended the Harris sale In Mad lIOn yesterday il MR W II HALL of Hustonvillc t went up to Corbin yesterday to take n position with the L N MR M S HAUCHMAN attended the t Mania sale In Madison yesterday and purchased some jack stock- MRS J W HALL of Lexington is visiting her parents Mr anti Mm J D Haatln in the Highland section DR H L DAVISOS Is the proud father of twin boys The youngsters arrived yesterday looking hale and If hearty Miss JOSKNIINK WARREN left mat night to resume her jKMltlon as teacher inthe School for the Deaf al Cove Spring Ga MR II L GARTEN and wife of Hrndfonlsvillc were on Tuesdays train going to Mldillcsboro to visit his sister Mrs John CorattJ- uiHiKS M C SAUKLKY and It C Warren went to Liberty this morning r to attend the burial of tho formers rel ative Mrs J Boyle Stone A LirrrER from Mr George li Coop er who U nt Martinsvllle Ind for eczema state that he is doing nicely and hopes to be entirely cured in a few l ttMn FHEU UAUMANN returned Wed rnC8day from n protracted visit to rel In Switzerland Fred Graf and tiChrist Uaumanni the latter n nephew I IAeamo with him tMIUf It S LYTIK and Mn W U will entertain Friday evening t complimentary to Miss Mary Davia of Mcdecino Ixxlge Pan san anti Mil1s1l i p man Cnswell Saulley of Annapolis 41 MdAllocato t JUDOK AND MRS T M OW8LKV of t i qBowling Green came up Monday to some weeks with his father lion I i r J S Owsley The judge watt culled Ihomo by telegram yesterday but Mrs Owalcy remained MR WILLIAM HOYSTON of Garranl i madojils 29th payment on lilt subscrip tion to this paper the other day Dur s Ing tho 28 years ho has taken the 1 J ho has never been bobtail with his subscription an hour Mist STELLA WALKKS LEWIS of a this county tailed front San Francisco on the Cth for Osaka Japan where she will do missionary work secured steamship China llasango on the Miss ordered her home papers sent to her Tile of the teleplone ex will be sorry to learn Mrs change who has been u most elli resigned1her01positionngllcr daughter- Miss con nected expLOCALS JUST received a beautiful selection of vases W H Muellers J e A LOT of farming Implements and odds and ends of household goods for i c sale C A Cox Stanford SPECIAL for this week A big as 0101520 and 25c laces 81 Bortment Yopr choice 6c a yard John P Jones ilUltF Plymouth Rock pullets and roe tore for sale Mrs Will Shanks Stun lordWANTUIShetland pony Gent for little girl to drive A T Martin Somerset Ky FOR REWTVaDoveer with garden barn and lot Somerset Street Nancy VnnDcvcor THE L N will run an excursion to Louisville Sept 2Jth nt 175 for the roundtrip Train leaves Stanford nt 630 A MR W K WARNER of Garrard JInS bought of Dr W B OlJannon the residence on Lancaster street occupied by Mr J II Gooch for 1000 THE Singer Sewing Machine Co hns moved its office from this place to Danville Cap Aikin will continuo the agency for the Singer people in thlll county m SALETwlargbrick 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 Ovvsley Sr NOTICE All peons having claim against Lincoln county must file same properly verified in my office not late than Saturday Sept 23 1905 G B Cooper clerk By E D Pcnnington D C Tilt first bale of cotton taken to He bart 0 T this season was raised by- E C Montgomery on the farm near Roosevelt 0 T owned by Mr A D Root of this county Mr Montgomery received 54CI for It THE Ladles Foreign Missionary Society of the Eighth District will hold a meeting at Moreland beginning Wednesday evening next and continuity over Thursday Two returned mission aries will be present and many delegates are expected Tim Hopkinsville Kentuckian make the timely suggestion that there can bo no moving after this date withou loss of suffrage If you change your voting precincts you can not vote In November Voters generally should bear this in mind Put of your mov ing now till utter the election Till Clothing and Shoe firm of Cum mina McClary have just finished receiving their stock of Fall Footwear They carry by far the largest shoe stock In Stanford With their immense stock and variety of styles there Is hardly n foot thoy can not fit anil few tastes they cannot satisfy This firm enjoys a reputation for selling shoes that give good wear STONE Mrs Stone wife of Judge J Boyle Stone died at her homo at Liberty yesterday after a long illness of typhoid fever The burial will occur at Liberty today Mrs Stone was a Miss Napier and was n splendid Christian woman She will bo sadly missed in tho community in whichshe lived and where she was heM In such sigh esteem She Is survived by her husband and one daughter Miss Aman da Stone who have unbounded sympa thy in their great los- sIlooNiMrs Morgan F Boone who was a daughter of Mr R G Collier of the East End died at Somerset of typhoid fever and was buried in tho tam lIy burying ground near May wood Tues day afternoon She is survived by n husband and six little children for whom great sympathy is felt Mrs Boone who was n member of the 11111 tist church was a most excellent wo man and it is exceedingly unfortunate that she should have been taken from her devoted husband and little children who so badly needed her presence and influence A NEW passenger train Iii to be put on the Kentucky Central Monday It rill leave Cynthiana and run through to Richmond arriving there at 940 A to lay over until J250 Jit will leave Richmond at that hour arriving nl Rowland at 210 P SL at which point connection will be made with the train leaving Rowland at 213 P M arriving in Louisville at 610 P M The train returning will leave Rowland at 225 P M going through to Cynthiana making the C and O connection at Winchester and also making connection at Paris for all points on the Maysville branch The train takes the place of hereafter Old Henry which will be a freight Up Against the Real Thing Such can ho raid of the taskwo lire now engaged in and thnt is buying new Fall and Winter goods Not that which looks like work but real head work and physical labor To buy tho right kind is to select from the great Mass goods merchandise offered that which will meet tho wants of our trade To walk around the poor styles and bad qualities and select the good is no easy task lint with our experience in buying we believe we can select those goods which will give satisfaction We offer you as evidence of our ability to do this what this store linn dune in the pat n nu no WHEAT ground for rent Al G Huffman Stanford SEE the large assortment of solid gold and gold tilled watches at Mue lers CANNUL coal Glen 1ind JolHc coal See mo before you buy W S Wigham Moreland READ the sale advertisement of II C Baughman He has added seven young black cattle since last issue e SEER WHEAT New Columbia reo cleaned Yielded 33 bushels to the aco this year Also seed rye J H Baughman Co TilE L N will sell roundtrip tick eta to the State Fair at Lexington nt J Sale begins Sept 17th and contin ues until 23rd good until 24th FOR SALE OR RENT My twostory residence in Stanford with lot garden fruit trees and all necessary outbuild ings Address J K VanArsdale FOR SALE Two oodmilk cows one will be fresh Nov some calves plows harrow good 2horse and harness J F Cash Highland TilE Kings Daughters of the Tur nersvillo church will give an ice cream social at the old storeroom this Friday evening Supper 15c Everybody invited Till JOURNAL will beat Mt Vernon next Monday first day of circuit court when he hopes to meet many of his patrons and others bavin business with this paper WALLACE WALTER sold to Willlan Long the cottage on Logan Avenue now occupied by James I White for 1000 Mr Walter paid 800 for the property some three years ago THERE will he a called meeting of the Lincoln County Medical Society In Stanford Tuesday Sept 19 1905 To retain your membership in the Stat Society you must attend Papers of regular meeting will be discussed Hugh Reid president DIG DEETMr T A Brent brough to this office Wednesday a beet weigh ing eight pounds and 10 ounces He also brought us some of his fine com that would take the blue tie in almos any ring It is a mixed yellow and white corn the ears are very large and splendidly filled I HAVE bought the stock of Grocer lea Hardware etc of Dr J K Van Arsdale and ask a continuance of the patronage given him I also ask a share of the patronage of others who wan good goods at the lowest possible pric cs I will add to my stock at once raking it complete in every detail George D Hopper MEMBERS of the M B A Lodge wit meet for organization at tho Odd Fellows Hall Monday night Sept 18 at 730 Those desiring membership should see Mrs G E Kersey at once and take advantage of the charter membcrehij fee which is considerably lower than tho regular price Mrs G E Kersey at residence of J M Phillips REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION Pursuant to an order of the Lincoln county republican executive committee on July 22nd 1905 a mass convention of the republican voters of Lincoln county Is hereby called to meet ut the courthouse in Stanford Ky on Sat urday Sept 23 1905 nt 2 p M for the purpose of nominating candidates for tho various county offices to be voted for nt the November election 1905 Sept 7 1905 Robt L Davison chairman Geo D Florence secretary r oung man there in trouble which came up over a young lady both were visiting Mr Metcalfs father Mr Thorn nil Mctcalf of Boyle was here yesterday and when asked about the trouble said Wo know only what we saw In the paper A letter from Charley received on Wednesday stated that some young men had entered his room and stolen his clothes lie got out war tints for them and they had threatened to whip him on sight Probably they attempted it and he used his pistol We do not believe the report that jealousy over a young lady had anything to do with the trouble Mr Metcalf Is attending a business college at Laporte i Iat J COnniRNo town in Kentucky is growing faster than Corbin which was less than a dozen years ago merely a flag station It was then known as Lynn Camp It is now n town of 2000 or 2500 Inhabitants with all the modern conveniences and with bright pros pats of becoming a city The L N has shops there giving employment to hundreds of men and with all trains and train crews recognizing Corbin lISI headquarters the monthly pay roll is something enormous At first the houses and residences are taking their places concrete pavements are being made and everything points to a and bigger Corbin Lincoln county hasj sent many good citizens there the last being the family of Mr J M McCarty Mr McCarty Is mine host of Hotel Cor t bin one of the daisest little hotels in the State It is a pretty brick structure and Mr McC and his splendid wife are running it according to Hoyle The house is always crowded and deserves to be Charles E Cox is now a full fledged citizen of Corbin He went there to clerk for Mr Matt Woodson Mr Woodson sold his store to Hagan Larue and now Mr Cox is running it for them His wife children and par ents will soon join him and Stanford will lose some more of her good people Mr and Mrs A D Underwood Mr and Mrs Jesse Mershon Joseph Payne Mr and Mrs C L Cover Capt Thomas Richards and family Jesse Traylor are all Lincoln county people who are now leading citizens of Corbin Alex W Francis of Garrard well known here is the liveryman and general hustler of his town He is getting rich rapidly we ore glad to say Mr Mershon mentioned above owns joint ly with his son inlaw Mr John Hagan the magnificent electric light plantI Stark Fish a Stanford Negro is Mr Mershons right hand man in the run ning of it Messrs Hagan and Mer shon own considerable real estate and will soon begin the erection of a large twostory brick to contain two storerooms and a dozen offices Corbin is on a substantial boom and to us it looks like a splendid place to make money FOR SALE Threo pleCfi Wale fret ntnmliml Notmeo white Tarpaulin suitable lor waiion cover tent tc bell n whole or bv pleee or cut In wagon sheets bait fret for Ies tlinn wholriuiltcoxt Cull oaornddr s JIItOIInItOnlhOrehllrd Ky House Woman Wanted I lokln to engage therIYfrrsof n middle Ulud white woniiui todo work for fnnilly of two Mho must lx neat woe w wctiibl mud without Incumliruncc food homo mid good pay Writ to Mm A II ITndorwood llox Kt Corlln Ky Two Houses For Rent Wodetlretonnt our plnre mllo from TurnirtvlHp ood hoiiM and lYe news of liuul AlMihoiiw and block uutlh hnti In Turiursvlllf with acre of ground W n Mcltw James McllieTurnvrsvllk1 Ky FOR RENT I offer my fnrmof el ncrr nt Irnb Orch ard for rent for lnw15 acre for corn an acres for wlient 18 acre for meadow and II acre for Slur iood ttto room house and every nece Miry outbuilding For furth er Information call on W K IVrklnx Crab Orchard Ky or addreg me nt as tiring Ht Michigan Ulty Ind- CHAM II HI11 roN RENT AND SALE I Itnvlim bought the McKlnnoy Hollar will on- KIII1UYHK IT II1In 1If1I1I1I of my farnilnu Intplcawntiindivr Minnl of 81 Uyoyear ouUutlleKtrlctly No to IIH iilm 1 yearling entile elglat about tan oumU nlmut ai or loon Mtlvm welcht IIn or no pound mules horMM cows nnd cnlvt I lath d borne tu- nPornmilt until Jan man an Or SIll Negotiable unto Iximng iIr cent 1nlrChnerI Ky T I KnglUU Auet Do You Want a Home It o wo can furnUh you ono any kind wont Wo have for nle nureat variety f farms dwelling house bu lnei Itotlxex ind hllhtlleS propoultlom If You Want a Farm llnl nt n tvtfimt Vfltl art lookwhatwrite us nil for what size whnt IlIIprOV1I1l1I1- 8wbere located how much you im Innst and any other pertinent Infonnntron lintWe hove tllrllll ot all to interest you It prlceM willyou brIng rooontItteoftourrprlntedlistscurd ORNTItAL KY IIKALKBTATK CO H KYooNOProldint Joonon I iu t Iii Put This at the Top of Your Mems s orandulllilJGo to KHVKHANCKS for my Suit Cloak Skirt Waist Shoe Under wear Hose Gloves ic For Children Dress Goods Cloaks Shoes Underwear Hose For Men Underwear Shoes Socks Shirts rl c For lamilymnnketflColllfortg Carpets Outings Flannelette Percales and Calicoes SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKyI toI temporaIry See the Beautiful New Styles in Womens Shoes now being shown in i WindowsLadies Should See our Shoes i Before you Buy We have the Larg a est Shoe Stock and Most Varied As sortment of Styles in Stanford There are no Better Values than it we offer Buy Your Footwear of CUnniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky t a To popularize their new hueiuets In new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being added I G Weatherford Co IIUSTOJtVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will he convinced that they can leather your DANVILLE SHOE STORE Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY FALL IS ON US We are ready with tho goods Snappy stun for Men Women nod Children Our school shoes cant be beat Kdelens Level Rest and Honest Mike needno introduction SPLENDID LIN1 TRUNKS DHKSS SUIT CASES ETC Everything in Gents Furnishings Make our store headquarters when in Danville George P Crow Salesman Eclipse Shoes 350 and 4 Per Pair sotrolr Have just received our Fall and Winter Stock in all the dilierent leathers Young men are especially invited to call and see ourline Vi E Perkins rN t t tL + luc t O Crab Orchard Ky rr Ailr h i iL1111i tirioriournalnteEntered at ttccndclati natter1- UDLIHIU to TUEMOAVS ANO V1UDWS j AT 100 PER YEAR CASH When not paid f200 will be charged FORSALEl u r Iuro bml llcrlcshlre hogs and Houthilowi Also hl h nulnypiirlli Huoks J SI nrlwutcrltuslonvllly K- yUMBRELLAS Ke covered and repaired nod made almos for a amount I canas good as new fix your umbrelta better than the tramp Giro me a StanfordtFor Sale Privately r house and 10 acres of land situated jut outeld8 or n llmlts on tbe eier pike 1I0u has 7 rooms kitchen and aDd all U vant nece outbuilding Water hydrant InI the yard and ono for tock J R ItA- ILEINSURANCE Fire Lightning WndStorin UfA and- HKNTouquudes and Aecldrnt None the Ihrenntod l owestIne ilhlb Ihctve wot Pnyingaltva oruUm i ulkHl Talk wltU MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilesidnnce Phone Xo 8i The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUQAas Propriltsr Electric LlghW In every room Refurnished and under entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meets all trains Jesse W Sweeney t FROrBIETOB Livery Food and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rice at reasonable rates J He IOONE g CO Proprietors LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv hood Livery Service at Reasonable Bates OaR on us on Depot Street Alio Dealers In Ooal E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce k Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KT Special attention to Commercial Men Your is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection WaH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The LnUst lu Juwolry HllviT Out Uhtss r Watches uncl Olockfl In Stock Directors JB Owil Shank Carter- S Oooch Bright Shank Farm For Rent My rllrm Sllncrptotin mile from Crab Orcl1nrd known nsthltatontgmuerydarn Rcres can RO corn nod iviimliiuer wheitt finch held wntirtxl llwiswloii Jual DAVlUhTlIRETm Give Me Your Order Please Why buy ready made clothing whet there little lUIImnce In tho price ol high grade ready made suits and suit made joui measure taken by an ex bandeomilnelow price business suit the floeit dyes inlt Also Spring overcoats and troiw ers The company icprreeni ono tbo best also have line ponds makeup mrtrlf for tunic who prefer RUILEY the The world adialrei men who itronc partita mental and rune toner men aiuhldon nonal lIeUJrnI the typ perfect manhood attain the flrtt nautili tmlthy Utrvtf watch tire pbrtieal aiu ountalmwtlfU2development and iiuika fcrrftra HEHVIGOR makes siren Cairn turnNrvou Dbllltr ralllnt Mlmrr vital wtPmtratlon SIn and other troublMdu hablu and other nmtrvtnHubokmokrrdrull repairs waited nerrtiwomen tleidwIWa1rlceLOOS BOJ pant refund cured perreit MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO FOB BALE AT rENTS DRUG STORE J LBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY ee tCeTy Undertaker Embalmer anti Dealer in Hnrnes9Saddlery Sus STANFORD KENTUCKY OIBce Phone 107 Homo Iliono8S First National BaneCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally estibllJhefl tbo Deposit Dank Stanford 18J8 then reorganlxed as the National Rank of Stanford In 18DS and again reorganized ai the First National Italic Stanford 1882 having had practically an unlnter rnptel existence for years better now with smiles for transact ing busioolllromptlyand well than ever before Its lung and career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Paxton 3 y B W O Walker Oeo B Foster L 0 W If K L Bubble- R H of in In I ia so a to a to s I is o I a It C Tailor DE are In of ens an m nil ot To tbl If art nlto Ils for Bu for hto If not or n u S a M of In of In 43 It Is B Officers J 8 ilOOKEU Prest 8T HARRIS V Irea JJ McKOHKHTH Ohr W H Ohr Directors Held Manville 8 T Harris Stanford J Hooker Stanford K L Tadner McKinneyoM D Eluoro S II lUughman Stanford T P Stanford Ju Koblnnon Hubble J II Ilauebman Stanford J M Iettu Stanford 0 R Tate Stanford NATIONAL g9 It CAPITAL STOCK 9eoOOO W WHOummlaa Can You In WEAHENAMt Bncouasor to The Farmer Bank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for 36 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping each business relation will prove mutually beneficial fF LINCOLN COUNTY BANK Officers H 8HANKB President J B IHXtOD Vice President WI M BBIGHT Oa ehiel Wi O WArKBB A Mt Oabir FARMERS DEPARTMENT HAVE your seed wheat cleaned by C C Withers B G Fox bought of James Woods 10 yearling mules for 750 WANTED yo or 40 cattle to graze P V Carson Moreland FOR SALE 1000 bushels of red Fultz wheat J B Honaker Hustonviltc A A Russell bought of J L Murphy n tvlyyenr old Dorscy Golddust mare forSKW Pony Beazley the cattle lUng of Garrard sold lo Joe Bales 150 export cattle at 5c Forty acres of good wheat land for EjFOR SALEA very stylish bay seven years old suitable for women and children to drive 1C Hemphill Lan caster j Sixty acres of blue grass to rent until Jan 1 or will graze cattle by the head on it till then J M Carter Sr Moreland racerIand broke her leg She had to be shot Somerset Journal Tandy S Son have bought in the last week 251 hogs at from Ii to 5 cents Smith d Nell bought in Adair last week lot of butcher cattle at lo NewsAA red barrow weighing about 75 pounds small cut out of left car came to my place about July 1 Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep J J Allen lltistonville For seed wheat the very best varieties home grown yield 18 to 34 bushels per acre this year Also Northern seed wheat Order samples Phone or write Marksbury S Son Lancaster Ky Only a fairly good crowd attended L- It and W B Jones sale near Milledge ville yesterday The Junction city property brought 1155 the homo place was taken don at 70 per acre cows brought 18 to 24 twoyearold cattle 255A deal has been closed at Clarks Governmentof tobacco About 800000 is Involved in the deal which is said to have been made by the Dark Tobacco Growers AssociationIn county J W Bales bought of the John D Harris estate 108 export cattle weighing 1525 pounds- at 490 from Thomas Black 35 extra cattle weight 1600 pounds for5 cents from Walter Park 30 extra good 1500 pound cattle for cents from John W Parrish 36 1400 pound cattle at 5 cents and from M F Arbuckle 65 cattle weight 1425 pounds at 475 A E Hundley McBrayer Moore and Thomas Bright who have been in New York attending the thoroughbred sales have returned home and report very satisfactory prices on all their colts The prices on the Ruskin colts rnn from tOO to 1050 A colt by Ruskin out of a Hanover marc sold for 000 one by Ruskin out of Princess Royal sold for 850 a filly by Ruskin out of the famous Sister Mollie brought 850 Advocate OTTENHEIM Henry Woods sold a cow and calf to J W Soard for 27 Wm Southard and family of Lafayette Ind are visiting relatives in this Wentzle has a new partner in his store in the person of a little son who arrived Friday Andy McKinney of Garrard paid the homefolks u visit on SundayR Collier and wife were called to the bedside of their daughter Mrs M F Boone Miss Julia Wentzle rff Cin cinnati is visiting her brother John cattle lire cheap Wm Anderson Broom Long and Albert Stamplley are taking advantage of it and are fur nishing the people with some of the best beef that mortal man ever tasted T M Boone who has been very low improvingSunday school at Pine Grove a visit and at the close of services gave the school a good talk Three Jurors Cured Of Cholera Morbiiti with ono small bottP of Chamberlains Collo Chol era and Uinrrueu Remedy Mr G W Fiwlor of Higlitowor Ala relates an oxporlonco ho hud while serving on a petit jury in u mur der case al Kdwardsvlllo county seat of Clebourno county Alabama Ho says While thero I ate sonic fresh meat and soma souse moat and It gave mo cholera inorbus In a very severe form I was nover more sick In my life mud sent to tho drug store for a ccrtulncliulorti mixture hut thn druggist sent mo u bottle uf Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Item cdy instead saying that ho had what I sent for but that this medicine URdU much better ho would rather send It tome In the fIx I was In I took ono dosd of it anti was better In five min utes The second dose cured mo entirely Two follow jurors were aflllcted in tho samo manner and one 25 cent bottle cured the three of us For sale by all druggists Congressman James M Richardson typhoidfever At the regular meeting on the 4th Saturday in August 1905 of James Humphrey Post 81 department of Ken tucky these resslutions were passed That we deeply regret the loss of Comrade Eastham Tarrant who died Aug 11 1005 That we sincerely sympathize with his sister and other rela tives and that a copy of these proceed ings bo sent for publication to the IN TEIUOR JOURNAL National Tribune and Casey County News Ho was adjutant of this Post and a member of Co A 1st Ky Cavalry He way u frequent contributor to various papers author of history of the 1st Ky Cavalry Ills ancestors participated in tho revolution ary war and war of 1812 Had an uncle in the battle of New Orleans James E King com Joab Rigncy past commander A French writer in n scientific maga zine tells of the great ocean depths of 28000 to 30000 feet tho temperature tending toward zero tho perpetual darkness ranging below depths of about 1280 feet At that level plants deprive of light cannot exist The ani mal life must be carnivorous The or gans of sight not being used have be come atrophied nnd disappeared Yet there is light even in that sightless world A German exploring ship found a fish with enormous eyes at a depth of 640Q feet A Remedy without a Poor I lind Chcmbtirlains Stomach and Liver Tablets moro beneficial than any other rumedy I over used for stomach trouble says J P Kioto of Fdinii Mo For any disorder of the stomach biliousness or constipation those Tablets are without a peer For sale by all druggists A FOOLISH PLAN hourIlJecaue indigestionbl1lousneMf acid neuralgia in various of the 1ltem catarrhal inflammation ofthe Intestinal canal and numerous other all theydoqIm bound in the bowels is a common expression of pie who look mis persistinqVhat a foolish plan when nature could AugustPlowerconstipation and all stomach ills August Flower gives new life to the liver and insures healthy stoolaqTwo sizes 350 750 All druggist For Sale nt Pennys Drug Store but will serve under you LEAD 1e- 1aouctdiiQ hit nxpreas Iva You walk with- thesehocsnoun thorn your lon- toontrolthem tfiy dont control your loot thiy JtrtJ under you I The patont URFIT holds your shoes and feet together so that the weight of your body docs not shift around and twist your shoes out of shape are the only shoes good enough lo carry the URFIT Made of e no calf or kid nr jjentiln patent Ruedan4orL with solid heels and uniform buUnhlUe oaktanne solar I0Il BALI BY H McROBRETS Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford KyplblaOJfllrJcuUlratloa one aero In fruit tries rset In rasa lloughlalcoutnilMlo ems sale at lurjiln ant on bgldt bargain QIIOI to Khuul and church 1rlce lU prr acre Iiod ajjolnlDf uld for f M and 115 TtaUiiabaryiln No MJ8JO servelotcoal and llmiir land loa eJ 11I1 rry 11r1 4 Vine Ureka tributary wt the North Fork of Kentucky ilrrr Four Telrtuf coal uln In thlcknc from Itto 1I t litter natlgilil to In mouth ol aliorccreek A rallio d u Ublo three mile of Ned pr i rty bo timber rouilni ot o kcte fltllrt Will salt or eitlnott on Stir ttnn No CsA ulco two itory eight room Iraoio dvelllovlniitanlord hiss l o liilla rvllar with rontret flnor goo Harden well lichen eabtn on which real lot HIt moolh The dellingnnufurIipermonth inn prop trip b la good relalr unit can for tJ1W No II Karirt ITS attn i ltlHlld UnrgrtM laud la Uowin county Two lorr1I iiwai Huae rnlilraui a tenant houin b rn tools for orrr Ml heed ot stock and all other 1It oultiulMlnic all In jo d nrlr Clot In church tcluul pottuOlc railroad sad la ood neighborhood 40u acre In cultlraltun real In and tlrator lc Tblao- d1 country bows ualloontnlentetonputs- rnlSetc Well prlui etc Irlra 8ItOcrew loUOlIblIrut InnTen 11111IIICits inllMtrum nllroa1 and rolls from Arkahiai liter Vvntyactnoltaed liter bottom h nntclaillandaadlngraM This land fur tale fir tthange 01111ldldlNCbof loo am All on county roJ H rolls from thatch watered lhlsIIa unit J f rwsiiad would- soil two or thr e b tulllr that might want to come tram tI t flhbob d Peleerearmabl No Twottorr tramdrillbguf15mo- mtwohalbvrindIcwell t JuwranJ sit olner nemtaiy oulbulldlon Alo Isrge Meki nk bol 000 anllltdl lull length orhop tad fret wide Tall propertywtll be sold at a tery low pile farm acne four mllei from Stan alnol1rlleoutballJlnt Aplm td tl1Ir fans nd onl- yuuIauteiddtfromarounlyL Owner of ho UmiaJlololn this has recently refuted 111 Iwr acre vt ottvr thl at SO MKlfty arm near lleaaant Point Ky rraniaaoUM room and portb tiara and other oatbulldlntt t lien In culilntlon test IB Um ber Well wateiedSOxyardiftoialIOOlloIICOI8IlOOl- b1 church well on pike sod to food corn J tnuulty Price 1W0 No 3oacnarm 9i mils of Crab Orchard Ky llrick dwelllnc I moms two tenaot houwa two bunt wH and iprtof nerdwelllo rnu In hub stal ot culllmlon 1M urn char bottom land gout fencing fruit lie Vin f 1M an ac- tNatyA nice farm at MiEliUnJ wen tmrrov- J well waleteJ etc IrWeSruu t4sda ants of land on Jmstuwn mad aauth of DunnvMI too a nt In cultlrallon about tl sent in timber ani retl In grass Alarms new frame Jnell log also an oft Jwclllneon liar A new tam met tO oUonei It is wtUwileieJ anj lbs Itnttat II good On publk road Pike 1ion No ef nojoaa acres of rotten unit In Mlttlttlrp There It no aettlon of country ahkh oSsri so veiny orrorranitle for rronUbi Inveitntnt at the tier Delta whkh U now hilly JeKrlbeJat pros peilty VaMey The Umber It becvnlng morevaki ibis all th tine lot thercaton that lumber people Iron the North whirl the aurrly o Umber It tail Jlmlnlihlne are cuntlinlly Incrratlne their per chases of timber ante In the South tt hen the Um bar It removed the land It unequal for acrkultu nl purpose ll will rrojuce a bale of cotton to the ate or grow any other kind of crop raltej In the temperate lone The toll neeJt no feitlUiert and asarIc1Jwhor5ttnSb eirelleJ Lun art low the title It peifctt and till man who toys Delta farm end timber lands at present Mire la miklnjan In vettnent that he will never egret Thll land It vl Jed Into tech fancier from 40 acres to the tract to nJo urn to the trart and prKet from 11 puma to S6 rep ate according to locitlon etc We reauthorliej by the tenrany wteo owns thus land lUte that at other panle are on Ueilne the putchate dllheM ands that we olin Ihete itactt tub cttoprMxsate IOlIhJraI from mtket or chine In trlc wulonl notice Ilover rhen noOhJ they will bold any met out of market lone enough tot the putchater to eiaVe an Invettlgillan About ttooo acres of the and hit teen std bv the Corn ran since we received this option lur further par Iculait call Stool office No M A farm of 103 acre In Cawy county Ky Oneandonohalf ilory d ellln with iii rums gon1 barn and other oulbulMlnji bitty acne It rultlrailnn 41 acre i In timber frull lr r me I well on county rutd cl to churrhe ichwilelc riotonlyfOJ Alan a 30 barrel mill In Mtrnr county Ky on Salt Klrrr tiitm power vow i to date In every particular Son oililw log with liuprovrmrnl 120 acres of lie land cltto to Southern railroad Price IV 000 Ho ioii acre of land near Crab Orchard their 6 doryoemfnmodwelling lIcbo and ftmlly rntn land h-mIIn cM tryoulbuUJlnci 1iar writ ffUfcd and In food rt lr lloun lust fCM slid li rouparallrely sew and weotit ak tst1 for the whole ruettjr- Ko8 Katiu olllSacreelnCaMf Two story frame dwelling two tool barn end OWN outbulldloit In rood repair bileliJI4 tobacco 4 gy0oNoolddwelling Jbuildings On county tad splendid tobacco land well watered two well iprlo etc Thli li a de ilrabU horn Inc ll6 j WyanburgDwdnhand gr lIooe laud In foul tlhborbuooJ dOlO to Kuool and on good ro rrircfTlio No j Seeen room dwelling i od cellar and tlacre land l mhllniwellindiprlr Fencing lItIrlactloeoloNo Twostortinwedw elling7room b1IIand 10Ilru No eolaruof acre tlluaiel near Kloii fill Ky M acres In niltlTatlon W In Uuberiet gram well watered two coot Lam and other 11UlolIfOWJllullIschoolatoiSce and C deut Properly lies on bike and county road and li tb nut deilnble farm In that Mellon Wi will tell the whole tutu lor n 400 or In parcel of not Ithan 30 acre to propertyMolaUoreland Uoo1 burn and necewary outbuild tanIlbslmbrrrleeSala Fr Ivy IllcuanaJJrcwCnlralkeutucky Keal lUlile Ki urgKflr condition on foul h tulle ma p1kwateted tar meter rlllal eplnb tier 140- No 33unuwantftereof land In ieKIa ney Netrvaary oulbiillillnt Feadag good and wrll wlt 111U ibis place on etty lermv No sssrer of good land ill room two tort delllog wll walerrd good leuclng U la the lubutU 01 the they ol Stanford clae to traded school Bud church This li a ilmrablt boatFries ruiouabl Nair6 room fnmlcoltlgeandens am e land la Klugtillle Ky Ijrie bara rook bout rlmlrIdcNo ruTI urea ef land two story front rot gai lag lloOd1trood two stable buggy houfiMuie house eta A good well on pfirhenIelse a good mill oatthe place a g od eruthtr In mill U It run oral oor which It a great economy the dim It In good repilr Will tell Iblrootrt it a low ngurrleaMlt NoS Frame hotel large room doubt venn das hallway Etc A lance 2 ilory it ieniow roplleg ttnet M lest tram hotel hairs soil blifordw Ing Snleeaottapofuel furnlibnl ptperedand painted Iroopciand terandieach A large barn on tame lot used at liver stable OooJ 700cvit1repand lia chines foranmeoiie to mate money s tnrlior bat rtfujed to rent property fur 1O per month Ooiccounlbf bulb ot bit wife achingfor3o 1IA Dlte four room rotate water la kluliea A good barn real house etc and a good irdin frlcetMK- Ko IA small farm of 75 acres of good lend lorated doe lo town frlrtxZ3u 375 core In Allen county Ky on rail road slid pike about acre cultivated about lU In timber cud grave end about 1301n grass Timber an placola cut to tl obloltIffeaolrach and one store of twontorle with room above tics well cod aprlng of water la la 2 mile of ct untrvat ciow tobacco corn wheat glue etc for tttOO One half cmeh countyIiy n built I team ago tll11I and water power tho latter s month uf thnyrnr Ill an up- toilalc roller mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt The engine is of 7 yenta runt II serve with the multi Including what U with the house of S room All for MSSO or 15 CAlia11IlIaerr sere BelU Wirrr In UIIIllOlIj tot In grew a IIre yuungorchard oh1 grsp4 bu tau In Krnturky i rly sold Ulldol- rloY lluM lo srhTIran1 churchesaAIIwostory dtroom fninedwelllDr gwv etc lIln gwnl npilr Price IHIW No Mo ol untmprored land In lira nunty Mo nilln hoot cbula Station en tarIKENTUCKYS BIG STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON September 18 23w BIG DAVS a 6 IN PREMIUMS 25000 III PREMIUMS 4+ THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 9 Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BANDof40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address CEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky weB McRoberts DRUGGIST t STANFORD Sells KuriucB Utad Mixed PuintH Every gallon Guaranteed There IB none better New Spriiuy patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also 1 A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer w