You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Tuesday, September 19, 1905. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton, Stanford, KY 1905 int1905091901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Tuesday, September 19, 1905. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905). E.C. Walton, Stanford, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL l VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1905 NO 57 r VFor The Viva Voce SrstemI In an Interview Judge W S Pryor V expresses strong reasons why wo should return to the viva voce system of vot ing Tho judge served over 20 years on the appellate bench und suys his in vcSliptiOTi ufu kct lon fraud conUata proved conclusively that more frauds iby two to one are committedunder tho 4 secret ballot plan than under the viva it is jwasible undervoco plan He says llIecrct ballot for u few men absolutely to elections by a few neatly ex hlUllIeenas voter lots his namo recorded and can aco that his name is properly entered IC a contest results under the viva voco ti system tho record shows how each man voted thus greatly lowuiiing tho op ortunlty for frauds Thero could un der this system bo no wholewilo perver sion of the public us under tho secret ballot cast In secret and counted in secret The advocate ot the reten tion of tho present system argue that corporations will bo able to control elections by coercing their employes to vote tta they dictate but oven that t would not bo no deplorable as to have dishonest election officers set aside thu expressed will of the voters as they can and do under the secret ballot The question Is to bo voted on in the coming November election when we hope the nefarious system will be stricken from the constitution and laws for nil time to come Frankfort Journal tOdd Bits of Information One German woman jn about every 27 works In a factory Of tho 7J7 2S inhabitant of Jamaica r at the end of 1901 only about 20000 wore whites Admiral Evans has been asked by the crew of the battleship Missouri to as sign a mule to the ship as mascot Buddie Krupp a Kentucky mountain boy walked 80 miles In two days from Morehcad to secure place as school teacher While pursuing a mouse the other day Mme Dclatour of Paris broke through the Hour of her room and discovered a box containing 1000 in gold coinThe working classes in Mexico are for tho most part content with one s room for a family a room in which the door docs duty for both window and chimney Since tho first of July Korea has had only Japanese jKwtage stamps A special stump has been Issued to com memorate the postal union of the two countriesThe who the other day ar rested Prince Frederick Henry of Prussia for taking snapshots of a buttery at Swlnemunde has received a reward for Ins strict erformancc of dutyMembers of the London stock Ex change are not allowed to advertise Lists of the members are posted at the Bartholomew street entrance of the Hank of England und are to be had on application to the secretary Tho manager of tho late New York Subway Tavern gives his own expla nation of that Institutions failure We never had allowed n succession of many drinks he says and there fore we never got the drinker to the point where he became reckless of his L money and where ho began tapering his drinks wherein lies tho profit In other word just as thu customer was about to become profitable to us wo sent him away And once sent away a profitable drinker never came back Another cause of failure was that tho tavern sold only pure liquors Our profit on actual material sold has been as low as TO per cent whereas tho av erage saloonkeeper could not exist unless he made from 100 to 200 per cent Why a New York saloonkeeper cannot exist unless he makes a profit of from 100 to 200 per cent may not be under stood by those who do not understand i tho part Jto Is expected to play in New York polities but that hardly explains why tho average restaurant keeper cannot or will not exist on less than a tlhnllar prollt Dr Finns Testimony Interesting Dr Thomas 1lnn of Hoonsboro Mo who has practiced medicine fur I2 years says ho has used every pro ficriptlon known to the profession fur treatment of kidney and bladder di ceases und saws ho has never found anything effective in both ell onlo anti acute kidney and bladder trouble us Foloys Kidney Cure It stops Ir regularities und builds up the wholo system Pennys Drug Store An unknown man In Cincinnati whose case was diagnosed as yellow fe ver escaped from his boardinghouse and officers uro searching for him There are now eight cases In tho city 1and 11 suspects Tho conditions in the remain unchanged InUSTONVILLE W S VanArsdale bought of C P Brown a horse for 125 Doc Dryes string of horses will go to Knoxville where very largo purses arc offered 5omrrxtm lltIQll tt identllthe ors speech at the opening of pur Graded School M S Burton of Mt Salem has nearIat present his purchase being forspec onlyI lust week to Cin butcher cattle for which ho paid 2 to 4c und one car of hogs fur which ho paid 4jc lie wants another car of each tills week Miss Mary Logan lost last weekon the Stanford pike between town nnd George Robinsons gate a hand pocket book containing a pair of gold glosses knife alive thimble etc A liberal reward If returned to lintel Weather ford Hy the authority of the chairman of the building committee orour city notice is hereby given Hunn Uros to encase thoir building on Main Street witheither metalor brick workon same to begin within the time prescrib ed by law from the date of this notice John L Ilradshaw of Mt Salem died Friday night and was hurled Sat urday lie was u consistent member of the Baptist church for ninny years and held the sympathy of the entire community by his long suffering with consumption of the bowels He was 77 years of age- Among the many tracks of fine blue grass land I have for sale there is 75 to 100 acres one mile from town beautifully situated on the pike well watered and fenced all in grass It can be bought at u bargain If sold in 60 dasI A rare opportunity for a bargain in a blue grass home Call on or address W IL Williams James Frye sold to SIJ Yowell his splendid home on Danville Avenue for 3200 Mr Frye and family will move to Lexington where his brick business has no Increased that it demands his en tire time We regret exceedingly to loose such splendid people and the best wishes of our entire community will ever be with them The officers of the Presbyterian church here have engaged for the com ing year beginning Oct the services of Hev S B Lander a recent grad uate of Central University His able and efficient work the past summer in our midst has enshrined him In the hearts of tho people who are to becon gralulatcd in securing the services of n man who is destined to stand in the front rank of his chosen profession Wm Wheat tho enterprising mer chant and mayor of Mt Salem is in the city this week buying a large stockof fall and winter goods Mr and Mrs Allen Burris und child of Colorado Springs are with hcrmother Mrs Jen nie Carpenter here Miss Jennie Lynn the accomplished vocalist and pianist of your city securing pupils for n class in vocal und instrumental study Miss Lynn in u graduate of Cincinnati Conservatory and should be encouraged with a full class Gill Cowan is the happiest man in the West End caused by tho successful operation of the Burton compressed air water system just installed on his hill farm by tho can punys agent S D Yowell The work was completed and tho crucial test of the plant trade on Friday evening resulting in sustain- Ing nil the claims made for it by the manufacturers With an air pressure of 15 pounds the water was forced up an incline of 1500 feet und thrown 40 feet over a largo bunt Tho graded school system of today has come to remain for all time und tho sooner wo come to recognize this fact the better it will be There are those in every community who frown upon education who resent any effort made to place wisdom within the grasp of the poor as well as tho rich This Is an ago In which the educated man downs nil comers This is the time in which reason and not blind passion wins tho laurel wreath of victory in any sphere of lifes activities The board of education tho faculty of this in stitution stand for a higher standard of mental culture and reenforced by the thinking part of local citizenship we propose to carry this banner to the highest point attainable This graded school Is being watched by other simi lar Institutions in this section and we Intend to lead rather than follow any of them Wo want tho hearty cooperation of every individual student hero to day in our efforts to this end and your active assistance is imperative in real izing this high Ideal Every student present pledged himself to be faithful in discharging his part of this farreaching plan Dr Bark er of the board of education then dcr livered a strong and Impressive address on Cooperation The army barracks at Hamilton Brooklyn were destroyed by fire a INEWS NOTES delivery was stopped at Kokomo Ind by the sheriff with a shotgunTen wlro injured two fatally by a powder explosion in a colliery at PotUyilleJLJJa Judge G Terryono oftrio oldest and most prominent men of Elkton drop ped dead on the street Miss Alice Hamilton granddaughter of Gen Alexander Hamilton died at her homo in New York aged years The Job printing firms of Chicago are organizing to resist tho demand of the Typographical Union for nn eighthour daySeven white men one in jail at New Madrid Mo as the result of an at tack upon Negroes employed at a saw millThe second advance of tho week for crude oil adds three cents to Eastern and two cents to Western and Canadian products Lightning and fire destroyed the establishment of the flax Smith Furniture Company at St Joseph Mo valued at 200000 Harry Holman of Hammond Ind shot nnd killed Mm Jtanotte at Cedar Luke Ind because she refused to ac cept his attentions Dr N It Simmons health officer at Lexington says Lexington has a hospital screened and ready to receive any yellow fever patients The old Grant farm in St Louis coun ty Mo for years the home of Gen U S Grant has been sold for conversion into an amusement park Claiming that the resort is hers by inheritance Miss Charlotte Early oCI Lynchburg Va has filed suit for possession of Blue Lick Springs Ky Henry Baass Commander of Frank McComb Camp No United Span iih War Veterans says Louisville will get the national reunion in 1107 The body of a man found hanging ton tree at Marmaroncck N Y has been identified as that of William A King son of u Georgia cotton mill dead body of a man supposed to be Ben Ogden a farm hand was found near the city limits of Lexington with a bullet hole In the forehead It is be lieved he was murdered and robbed President Roosevelt will take no ac tion in the charges preferred against Chairman Shonts of the Panama Canal Commission by unsuccessful bidders for hotel concessions on the isthmus David Dropper n diamond mine expert has made a report strongly urging the mining of the decomposed mineral fields in Elliott county Ky He claims the outlook rivals the Kimberley fields The Kentucky State Bankers Asso ciation will hold Its 13th annual con vention in Louisville October 4 and 5 Former Controller of the Currency James II Eckles will make an address Miss Chlo Thompson of Marion Ind 17 years old carried out u compact made with Miss Clew Baugh of Muncie Ind who committed suicide u month ago and killed herself both using arsenicThe Illinois Central railroad will put on n fast train between Chicago and New Orleans to be known as the Cu ban Flyer and other roads are to co operate In popularizing Cuba as a win ter resort Commissioner Yerkea has decided that patent medicines that are largely composed of whisky are subject to the special tax Imposed on rectifiers nnd that druggists handling such medicines must pay retail liquor dealers license- M W McGuire who has been super intendent of the Cincinnati New Or leans and Texas Pacific railroad Som erset and Chattanooga division for n number ot years has resigned his peel tion to take effect Oct to accept the general managership of tho Norfolk and Southern railroad His successor has not yet been named A Philadelphia syndicate has bought tho Lexington street car system and its correlative branches of lighting gas and Ice plant similiar properties at Frankfort and Interurban lines and franchise of same in the Bluegrass The amount involved in the deal is about 2GSO000 but it is strongly sug gested that the real object of the syn dicate is to construct a network of interurban lines connecting Louisville with Central und Eastern Kentucky Critically Ill Many peoplo are critically illus a result of disturbance of their diges tive functions and dont know it If you are suffering front dlxzincsii heart burn wind loss of appetite Irrita bility headache nausea culls consti pation waste no time but take Dr Cal wu1l1t laxative Syrup Pepsin It may bo tho means of warding off a dangerous sickness At any rate It will surely make your distressing dls poptlo symptoms disappear It is safe certain and pleasant Try it Sold by O L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville at 50c and Money back If It falls f1 GAHLANDINl LI TON Superintendent of Schools and nominee for the office again is one of the most popular officials in the State In fact he has proven himself invincible In the several races he has made and realizing their inability to defeat him well wa ger the republicans wont give him op position when they make their ticket hero Saturday Mr Singleton was born May 4th 1864 his ancestors having come from Virginia His family con sists of his wife and four children he having married Miss Phcna Hubble in 1SS9 Being eminently social and fra ternal he is a member of the I 0 0 F K P and K 0 T M In relig ious faith he is a worthy member of the Baptist church He is true to the demo ocratic party and works faithfully to insure its success He is firm in his convictions yet modest and unassum ing which is always a proof of super ior merit and ability No cleverer man lives than Mr Singleton and heres hoping that he will be kept in office just as long as he wants to be IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Dr Hugh II Tobin physician at Frankfort penitentiary died of inflammation of the bowels in Louisville Sam Hislc colored was given the death penalty at Winchester for crim inal assault on Mrs Jasper Case No appeal will be taken Dr George Jean U S A formerly of Danville but who has been at New port R I since receiving his commis sion as surgeon in the army has been ordered to the Philippines The following young business men of Lebanon have announced themselves as candidates on n business mens ticket For Mayor Owen D Thomas for Councilmen A Kelley S A Noe Hugh Murrey John T Carter B J Mattingly and S R Goodin Dr J H Moore of Mercer county died after a protracted illness in his 86th year at the home of his son D L Moore Dr Moore represented Mercer county in the Constitutional Convention and was for years president of the Mercer National Bank Mrs Laura Walker Chenault wife of Thomas D Chenault J and daughter of J Stone Walker committed suicide at Richmond by taking carbolic acid Mrs Chenault was separated from her husband and the immediate cause of the act was the refusal of her little boy to enter the house to see her Hard to Find It would be hard to find a more per feet curative medicine for disordered digestive organs than that gontlo tonic dlgetant and torpid liver regulator known as Dr Caldxvells laxative Syrup Pepsin No other medicine has its specific power over those delicate curd important organs of your body upon which you have to depend for energy to carry on your dully work It cleanses digests stimulates and mires Sold by O L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvtlle at 60c and SI Money back If It fails IlEPunucAN MASS CONVENTION Pursuant to nn order of the Lincoln county republican executive committee on July 22nd 1905 a massconvention of the republican voters of Lincoln county is hereby called to meet at the courthouse In Stanford Ky on Saturday Sept 23 1905 at 2 P M for the purpose of nominating candidates for the various county offices to bo vot ed for at the November election 1905 Sept 7 1905 Roht L Davison chair man lee D Florence secretary How to Live Life utter all Is never very happy if u person is constantly sick How to live Is lurlela qucMlou of how to be well The answer to both Is keep your main hcallhcommunlcations stomach liver and bowels hi good order with Dr Culdwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It is a reliable safe and pleasant mire for headache eon stipation colic und all symptoms of tho digestive trouble Sold by 0 L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville at 53o and 91 Money hack If It falls l DANVILLE KY j Fall and Winter DryA Goods We mire now ready with nu immense stock of all the latest ideas in ladies and chililreua reudyto wear garments und materials all ready for your KcntnckyJTailored SuitsEv- ery desirable style Dressy Eton suits Empire Coat suits Military suits and long coat suits We have them all and you ciin make your own selec lion of style that best suits your figure All are new and ull our suits are Maa tailored and monde ii firstclass sanitary work rooms Prices from 1350 to Sr 0 Junior suits for girls from 12 to If years old in many attractive Styles from 87 u- pRain Coats and Cloaks We make a specialty of rain coats nnd carry a big variety of styles and colors from 81 to 825 All good values and every one new this season Many elegant long wraps iu cluth and silk from 815 to 840 New 45 and 50inch Rain Coats Something new under stylish and practical Fine Furs It mny seem early to buy Furs but you will find the most select speci mucus of furs are to be found in the first lots as we then have choice of the entire output nnd naturally select the best the furriery have We call your special attention to our lines of Mink Black Lynx and American Foxes made in all the new shapes Silk Petticoats Excellent styles made of very best guaranteed Tafleta Silk at 84 85 86 and up Dont fall to examine these as well as our Sattccn petticoats nt 81 to sa You will certainly save by doing so Ladies Furnishings Ladies silk and leather belts nnd girdles from 25c to 8150 in u great variety of new style and colors Ladies Neckwear from lOc to Sl in scores of shapes Hosiery Underwear both Knit nnd Musliu Kid Gloves Etc Our Great JOC Sale Beginning on TUESDAY SEPT lit and continuing until SATUR DAY SEPT 25 we will hold our semiannual lc sale It will pay you well to conic to this sale ns there are hundreds of attractive articles offered at lOc that are always sold at 25c and more We can only mention n few viz MenniiiB Talcum Powder Crystal and Amethyst Vases 14 inches tall silver plated top salt and pepper shakes largo 12 oz bar of pure castilo soap beautiful hut cut glss sherbet goblets set of six glass salt cellars large sio water drop tea kettles 7iuch hilt cutglass candle sticks large size chamois skins s row real bristle hair brushes Turkish bath velspuro white 20x10 inch decorated China tea caddie now styles ol Ladica stocks and collars set of two Jap work baskets with tops and handles special lot of Ilanihiirgs at IOu choice And ninny other things too numerous for our space but all worth your attention DANVILLE KY i j The Interior Journal E C WALT- ONDEbIOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For Kopreeontutlre J M ALVERSON For County Judge R C WARREN countyAttornlJoW For Sheriff T JEFF HILL IR For County Cleric GEORGE B COOPER For Assessor W A CARSON For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON- For Jailer W HERRIN A GREAT fight is being made on im pure foods all over the country In the f lust 12 months six million pounds weigh of adulterated and harmful foods wen destroyed by the health department of New York alone Kentucky is forging to the front in the fight and many groc ers are being indicted for selling impure foods A test of these foods being made in New Jersey upon guinea pigs rabbits Berkshire hogs and dogs 0 Some of the specimens were thin enough to drop over dead and others were sleek and fat the latter having been fed on pure food AN exchange insists that there was no foolhardiness in President Roose velts trip under the water in the Plunger No crank nor interviewer nor officeseeker nor swollenheaded statesman nor scheming diplomat could get at him during that secluded and submerged hour and a half Theres this about it however our strenuous t executive can not say again that he i never took water THE name of yellow fever carries- with it a feeling of dread and fear t but in reality it is not more fatal than i typhoid fever or pneumonia In a total of nearly 2500 cases at New Or leans there have been less than 350 deaths A small percentage compared with the other two diseases both of which are nearly always with us THEY are all in it The Mutual Life of New York confesses through its Treasurer that it loans its money to a New York bank without interest This has been considered one of the most conservatively managed of the j insurance companies but the investi- gationr shows very lax methods of business THE State of Texas is doing a noble work for her indigent Confederate vet erans In the fiscal years 1906 and 1907 she will pay 900000 to Confederate veterans for pensions besides expend ing 154538 for the support of the Confederate Home- MtDDLEsnono must be getting deader and deader A saloon man there has just made an assignment Its the cemetery companys time next POLITICAL joinedymondA square in the canton of Ni nove Belgium was named Place Roose velt in honor of the President Patrick Collins Mayor of Boston and long a prominent figure in national politics died suddenly at Hot Springs VaDavid E Sherrick who was ousted from the oflice of Auditor of State of Indiana by Gov Handy was arrested t on the charge of embezzlement Secretary Taft and party have sailed from Yokohoma for San Francisco Secretafy Taft claims there is no anti American feeling among the Japanese The Chinese boycott he declares to be a failure inrand made an argument in a case involving litigation between two propri etary medicine firms Congressman Babcock Chairman of the Republican Congressional commit tee has announced that he will not accept the Chairmanship if he is re l elected a member of the committee Judge J E Cantrill has notified Chief Justice Hobson that he will not Septemberypects to resume his place on the bench at the January term Judge Cantrill is reported as steadily improving Former Chief Justice Alton B Park er Democratic nominee for President 4ain 1904 charges that the Equitable and Mutual in addition to the New York Life and other corporations made con tributions to the Republican campaign funds He insists that drastic legislation IB needed to call a halt to the practice which measurably places the political party receiving uch contribu tions in pawn to the giver D One 6f the most remarkable races probably ever made in the county was that of W RCoQk for sheriff He came out only n few votes behind the winner and it is doubtless true that there are 400 or 500 voters in tin county now that would have fallei over each other to get to vote for hIm if they could have believed he had a ghost of a chance to win on the morning of election Somerset Journal Here and There Robert Perry aged 20 is dead in Jes samineJ Floyd of Turnersville has n pair of 2700pound oxen for sale Lewis Smith a Whitley county farm er committed suicide by shooting John Brown was crushed to death by a log rolling over him in Breaths countyThomas Burns of Cynthiann was killed at Latonia by falling between freight cars James Bean a prominent citizen dropped dead on the street at White Creek Tenn Up to noon yesterday there had been 11 new fever cases and five deaths at New Orleans Five men were killed and eight or 10 injured by a boiler explosion in a stave mill at Pinconning Mich Two persons were killed and a scon slightly injured in a railroad wreck om mile east of Kimmel Ind Lexington Masons have decided to build a Masonic Temple at an estimated cost of 75000 or 100000 Seven inches of rain fell in 24 hours in Western Missouri All the streams are swollen and trains are greatly de layedCincinnati capitalists closed a contract with J W Riley of Morehead to to erect a modern electric light plant in that city The Canadian cruiser Vigilant fired on and badly crippled an American fishing tug which had crossed the line in Lake Erie The list of deaths by the explosion in the Climax Fuse Works at Avon Conn has been increased to nine two of the injured having died Archibald J Sampson American Minister to Ecuador has resigned and President Roosevelt has appointed Joseph W Lee now Consul at Panama as his successor A formal call has been issued for a conference of Southern representatives at Chattanooga Tenn during Novem ber to discuss immigration and quar antine conditions Judge R L Stout of the Franklin Circuit Court ruled that the Secretary of State had no power to refuse to file andrecord any articles of incorpora tion sent to him for record CHURCH MATTERS Judge Bell Rice clergyman author lecturer and soldier committed suicide by shooting himself through the head at his home near Louisville He had become unbalanced through pain due to cancerAn enthusiastic gospel meeting is in progress at the Christian church Rev W E Ellis preaching strong scholarly sermons with powerful gospel appeal R M Hopkins of Louisville is lead sag the choir says a Shelbyville dispatch The Sunday School convention at the Crab Orchard Baptist church beginning Friday night next and continuing over Saturday promises to be largely attends i and thoroughly enjoyable Delegates will be entertained in the hospitable homes of Crab Orchard A feature of the convention will be President W J Browns address Friday night Secre tary Foxs stereopticon lecture will be given Sunday night Stanfords male quartette will render a number of selections during the meeting Meerschaum is mined like coal said a pipedealer It is a soft soap like stone and in Asia Minor its mining 5i an important industry The crude meerschaum is called hamtash It is yellowish white in color and a red clay coat or skin envel opes it The blocks cost from 25 to 200 a cartload They are soft enough to cut with a knife These blocks in summer are dried by exposure to the sun In winter a heated room is necessary Finally the meerschaum blocks are sorted into 12 grades wrapped in cotton and packed in cases with the greatest careThe bulk of all this meerschaum goes to Vienna There the best makers in the world livePhiladel- phia Bulletin The Original Foley k Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as n throat and lung remedy and on account of the great inerlt and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many Imitations are offered for the genuine These worthless Imi tations have similar sounding names Beware of them The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar Is in u yellow package Ask for it and refuse any substitute It is the best remedy for coughs ane folds Pennys Drug Store- MATRIMONIAL Lansing Lanham and Miss Nannie Goode both of Casey were married at yesterdayt notorious showgirl remarried her fort husbaadhavemer C Martin t lSeptembc The golden rod is yellow The corn is turning brown The trees in apple orchards With fruit are bearing down The gentians bluest fringes Are curling in the sun In dusky pods the milkweed Its hidden silk has spun The sedges flaunt their harvest In every meadow nook And asters by the brooksldo Make asters in the brook By all these lovely tokens September days are here- With summers best of weather Andautumns best of cheer Helen Hunt Jackson A Clear Complexion and Brigh Eyes In most ca cs u sallow lilouhci complexion und dull heavy eyes alO duo to pour digestion anti an Innrtivi liver Orlno Laxutlvv Fruit Hyruj aids digestion it ml stimulates the llvei and bowels and makes the uomplexiot smooth uml clout Orino LaxiUlvt Fruit Syrup does notnausonteorgrlpt and Is mild and pleasant to take Ilo fuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store George W won the premIum on field corn at Jones Kelsays picnic near Yosemite Saturday The 10 ears he showed weighed 17J pounds It is of the Mogul variety Cause of Insomnia Indigestion nearly always disturb the sleep more or less nod U often tho cause of Insomnia Many cases hay been permanently cured by Chamber lamas Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all urugglsts Two Houses For Rent We desk torent our place S mile from unit rnvillc fool house and hve hens uf and Also house and lilncktmlth tints In rurncrtvllle with ucro ot ground u Mclloe Jame Mcliee TurnvrkVllIp Ky TO THE LADIES I I have opened n DretumukliiK KutalilUlf uent ut my homo on Ix gan Avenueand link rhuru of the patronage of the ladlei of tillcommunity promising Butt fncnry work jlvo mo u trial MIRK KHOIIA WIIITK Htunfortl Ky FOR RENT offer my farm of 81 Ilea nt Uruli Orclc ird for rent for 1Ill15 acre for cure 3i ere for wheat IS acre for meadow and II icrei for pasture food nye rtan hotiw ind every necessary outbuilding For lurch er Information call on W K 1erkln Cud Orchard Ky or address me ut ai miring It Michigan City Ind- OHAH HHIMUKTON Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale I denim to Bell privately two houtc Cnb Orchard Ont Is n house of 0 room with ncn s of ground Two Rood Miring plfi Jld outbuilding Thw other nan u oust or 8 room ami stout on hen of land table hen houtevtc Moth retldences are omparatlvely new Ward Moore Cult Or hard Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McIloberU Drug Store in the Oweley Building Da17l Traylor DIALER ID VblsklI Brandu Wines Beer Gloars ftG- Jarpnt r Moun STANFORD KY loto to Dtppt Prompt and polls allnllon Nothing but the kit o drink Mill phone cr tiltgu b orltri rectlvi tempt itunilon POSTED We who e name ppear below ilrlctlj urbld hunting iiihlng or any kind of tree using on our place and will prosecute lolators to the full extent of the law Mm Kate Ador Itelchetibucli linn Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonCJruenlgun Fred VooAlltnnn Fred llaumann Alfred Sltapjon George llolmei Miss Mattie II Howe K Relchenbucb Charles Cumuloi Jot Ballnu A O Iluon a Holmes WBDaugbertyM Peter W barter J Nevln Carter J E Bruce F Shom ker- Tbomat Kerrlll Oreen Ferrill F J Coon John II Gamenlich Sam Trowbrldge AD Root Cbarlut Ensulln Frank cordler Mm W O Welch Ieter Palmer John Mtler ssmuellndsey Jacob Oacder Mrs Alice Lute PUBLIC SALE I I will sell lit puhllc unction ut my place S nllf West of Jluntonvtlle on till lllnck like on TUKHDAY OCTOHKItaill li5t rtio following d tcrllHd projnrtyj hour earlliiihor v colts lyearllnx mule suit a ucklliiK nude colts uckli horiie coltn 7 iroko mulei to year old lirood iiiaren bred Jennet u Jersey sow M shouts ind broil town good family liorw lot of Hiled hay urns or earn In uluwk 0 ucrca of borKluim lot of nhulled aisle McCormack ilnder 2 Mc ormack mower hue liar ro w nlootldng harrow HUIr or 110 drill 1lowdouhlein u ed very little low wheel funs wagon net wagon harlleu erlllllh plow gear- et double buggy harness sets single hllll- Ity harness outs ruhlier tired carriage good III new buggy pole frailer curt allIr hora power ferl cutter I hlcki cornIiirmlnK Implement Ix tof mixed lumber rerun mode known on day of Rale Halo begin at 10 oclock II O HAUOHMAN T D1CngllsbAuctloneertonvllln Ky M++ ++ IltfJ Small Farm Wanted 11 I desire to rent n mull fiirm uf S3 to here not YarumllrInstil MI Mtunfortlor Hnnvlflr Kuriii mu t lw Improved nml r It belne c5 pike Npur neon MympMin MlddlelmrK Ky FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Harm contain 1 uteris of land In good slate of cultivation issue from Crab Or nCrt In mend KIIInlorchrdu hoUM of ilz roomk OUtern ut door tserean- troonuouthnuscuuaunerouundln Rood con dltton Hplendld Will MHH J HJojiitK uipmuuu Jlol73ttrnorcmnKy McKinney Woolen Mills 1McKinney Kentucky Manufacturer of Jeans IJnsyp Flannel tiikewoolhlll rxchxnpfor work hllowIni l411tlorllctlon ntn 1tIC- IIII the or write for prices and IIIOrlIlIlUon Agent wanted FOR SALE I The Jim Walker liven farm of Ut of frtlll hlllll wll h 11001 oundstunt mid plenty ot water lie lIr It It- ondlrlVest dour till hcrw lu gnus now of IeK lousy III11Uoln K T1U1I1r II tKIII Urmtllslght of iicholour rents lDl11tb Il CIt nt litiMoiivllle Ky McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS McKinaoy Ey thl McKlnney ItolUjr Mills ntlneciimltlivMTVlcekut Mr hud dcnrun uclrl I b elwarnust ed in IluIworukof auytkhuly The prohutchduct of It ktuiKU willII Iwtally I urlrllllnitblobs t9utonl also keep on haul or till kinds wtsleh I will aIlnt the lowent nrkt price lun- yFrdltc IIIWII1I InstWk I want to buy your wheat un will Psy 3115 the hlllltc- luh nnirket rll for It J MIItl11Y McKhihey Ky THE VERDICT I HcnyndtrwIndowscreens and creon IRK Jlluw Flume Htove Jnce Curtain IHhades false lxtrnslnss Portlrrrrs UurtalfNlreieherstnrwthltretrlser Haut h iwcttoitCs 1I111111111idillIC KM l1ttlrll Window dull IlHiT Varnish Htalnn and KnameU IlitureH Yrulll1 MoulUlliK tlltl Uluss Ruggles Now RIll Old IIKIIIII Yllrll tlhlugwdolustkePnslldv1 cry hnt liorwn uu Excellent underulkInutcuiulpnurn- tIIcntyof rirlimhorses ami done Pruitt BrothersMorolnnd Ky PUBLIC SALE of Land Stock and Crop AN executor of leorie V IIIIIIIICII- I will snit nt piilillc ale ass TIIUKHUAV IXnOHKlt GIIIO lilt ft hit Ill three e IkeJlotfrig Orchar lon the volii rill ioiitiifiiliiu ntuutIMOiirrnxliliid well rPnnndothT Inil JIngstr111slflurui Ij wjU Iterd and Is a lino stock IIIUIo1II11I1 45 iueah AlM lit till MiMiotliii cIttietltvnUng lot of cnh b mule W IICro of J11the hock outs tc1 also household and kitchen furnituredements fllrlll or 1II1I1t lit owInsland before on the ground for everybody J H HHtchlnAK- xecutor e Ot or lie W Kvuni dewnuil T D Asset FITS+ llflttlttft + + tttt+++ lIt does not matter the quality of the cloth or the beauty of the lining in a Coat if it t FAILS TO FIT you then your Suit is a fail ure We do not claim to have the best of1i everything in the world but we do claim that we have a bettenfitting COAT and one that holds itsiSHAPE BETTER and one CRITEJr RION suit when worn will convince you Prices 10 to 1750 Sold by Jrih IH MROBERTS STFNFORDoI 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 tee the points of superiority in our Electric nange over nny thing over shown in the city You can not afford to bo without one ofthcso if you want good baking with little labor Be sure to see it bcforeyou buy oG GEORGE H FARRIS f Stanford I Kentucky ift Iiwt q f 0 wrY Y J 1 s Plaid Silks for Waistsc In rich combination of colors Browne Blues and llcds 20 inch nt ire PLAID WOOLENS for WniMs Rich combinations nt GOc and S MOIRE SILKS k Snake akin moircH for waists nro ono of the new things for Fall See Jtbelll fhirtyeix inch Black ut 3100 BtANroui KY SKIT 10 1005 WB have n now tock of box impel that wlllintercit New shnpes an qualities Penny Ii Drug Store PERSONALS J F CUMMINS ta in Cincinnati pr business Mn S J EMIIUY and wife are nt UK Lexington fair MRS ANNIC HOLTZCLAW is attending the Lexington fnlr C E Cox of Corbin spent Sundaj with the homofolka here MRM W HAYUKN of Paris was hero last week on business Muss MARY D KENNEDY Is now a saleslady nt John P Jones MR W A FOWLS and wife are vis ling relatives In Covinjjton Miss CLAnA SIIEARIN of Lytle is the KUttit of Miss Pearl Campbell MR H C UuiOHT of Danville spent Sunday with Mr W M Bright SHERIFF yL S HAUGHMAN went over to the Lexington fair this morning MR D lJ EDMISTON of Ixmiavillc 1 spent several days at Crab Orchard SquniB JAMES A DUDDERAR who hM been sick several weeks is out again MRS J It UUBSELU has returned from a protracted visit to relatives in the West Miss STELLA HUPLEY has returned from a visit to Mis Nina Carpenter at Ferryvillc TilE Current Event Club will meet with Mrs J C Hays at 330 Thurs day afternoon MKSsita MARK HARDIN J T Km bry and It C Engleman Jr arc at the Lexington fair Mn AND MRS R G BRIGHT of Normal ill spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W M Bright MRS A II SEVERANCE who has been at Hcndcrsonville N C has join- edt her little son here MISSES LUCILLF MENEFEB and Susie Saunders have returned to Boulder Mont to teach again MESDAMES W A COFFEY and J L Owens of McKinney paid this office n pleasant call yesterday MRS S M LoOAN and little son of Wilmore are with her parents Judge and Mrs M C Saullcy Miss NETTIE BECK left Saturday for Rome N Y where she will teach in the School for the Deaf MR A D ROOT leaves today to join his son at Roosevelt 0 T and look after his interests there ALtlB FIELDS a splendid young mar of Turncrsvillc has taken a position with P G Warner Son McKENZie BROWN and Conn Brown left Wednesday for Central University Danville Mt Vernon Signal MR W M WHEAT wife and son of All Salem went to Cincinnati yester day to buy goods for his store JUDGE W M MYERS and Mr Geo Hughes of Hustonvilie went to Wil I liamsburg yesterday on business Miss LINDA MILLER left Sunday for Omaha Neb where she has engaged to teach in tho School for the Deaf MRS JAMES MILLER and children re turned to Ashford Ala yesterday of re has Kono a big lot of jack stock for the Kentucky marketDR G SINGLETON of Bowling Green continues ill of malarial fever at the home of his brother Dr T H Singleton at McKinney Mus R L BERRY of Sharpaburg is with her parents Mr and Mrs A M Fcland Mrs Poland who was threatened with blood poisoning is much better Mn WALTER FOWLE of Rowland is tho youngest grandfather in this sec tion His daughter Mrs Robert Hem don of Klrksville has recently present ed her husband with a son Mn ROBERT C SAUFLEY who has been with Porter the Somerset drug here last week to bid his mother farewell before to Cleve land 0 to enter the drug business LOCALS WANTED Shetland pony Gentle for little to drive A T Martin Somerset FoaRENTVanDeveer house with 4 barn and lot Somerset Street t e1YMDevMl IAGENT J S RICE sold 33 tickets to Cincinnati Sunday WHEAT ground for rent Al G Huffman Stanford JUJU Plymouth Rock pullets anti roosters for sale Mrs Will Shanks Stun fort LOST spotted liver colored setter Loft Friday night Reward W H Hughes McKInney CANNEL coal Glon Mary and Jellico coal See me before you buy W S Wigham Moreland LOST Gold pin between Warners grocery and Misses VnnDcvecrn millinery store Leave at this office SEED WHEAT New Columbia re cleaned Yielded 33 bushels to the aero this year Also seed rye J H- Baughman Co TEXAS BILLS Wild West show gave two performances fairly good crowds Saturday The show was up to the av erago given by small companies FoitSALKOR RKNTMy twostory residence in Stanford with lot garden fruit trees and all necessary outbuild ings Address J K VanArsdalc FOR SAIeTo good milk cows one will be fresh Nov some calves plows harrow good 2horse wagon and harness J F Cash Highland FOR SALE Two large brick store rooms on North side of Main Street in the best business block in the town of Stanford Ky occupied by two prompt paying firms J S Owslcy Sr NOTICK All persons having claim 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 JUDGE W L DAWSON carrier on Rural Route No2 traveled during the year ending Sept IB 8085 miles handled 36231 pieces of mail issued 43 money orders and delivered 26 registered letters THK reliable nursery firm of H F Hlllentnyor ct Son Lexington make their annual fall announcement this Issue Rend what they say and if you need plants shrubs vines etc write to them for prices TilE Ladles Aid Society of tho Md Kinney Baptist church will give an ice cream supper nnd bazaar at the Mac cabee Hall nt that place next Saturday night Everybody is cordially invited to como and help n good cause Till Madison County Medical Society held n pleasant and interesting session ut tho Elks Club Rooms yesterday morning Dr J G Carpenter of Stanford was the guest of honor and rend a paper Richmond Register DAVISMr George R Davis was nominated for State Senator by the re publicans in their convention at Huston vlllo Saturday Ho is from Boyle coun ty is about C5 years old and is said to be u successful farmer owning about 300 acres of land near Danville Tho convention which was presided over by Mr F P Combcat of Casey was harmonious we nro told George D Florence of this place was honored by being made secretary Dr R L Davi Bon nominated Mr Davis No other name was presented Tim Full Entertainment at Oak Grove near Yoacmito Saturday was not largely attended but was enjoyable throughout Messrs Q C Jones and E 1L Kelsay had mapped out n pleas- Ing program for tho delectation of their guests and it was carried out almost to- letter Tho most amusing contest was that for tho premium hung up for tho best looking candidate Mr Clips F Montgomery the democratic nomi neo for county attorney carried olr tho laurels over the democratic nominees and Lincoln Wells took the blue over his re publican running mates Mr Wells who is one of tho cleverest republicans in tho county is the nominee for sheriff Hie 260 offered tho person who climb ld a greased pole was not won notwithstanding three young men tried manfully to get it The pole was too slick A number of contests in which young ladies took part were very amusing There were two base ball games and other outdoor sports indulged in c errr New Goods Arriving New goods are coming in dully and wo lire showing tho latest New York styles All the big New York houses are showing 1laid Silks Plaid Woolen Broadcloth Serge Moire Silks and arc WP These are rotne ot tho correct materials and when such houecs as Sterns or Mace cr Me Crcry show them you can rest aanirod they will bo popular SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY accompanlctlthemt 11instead ITilE Kings Daughters Society cleared their ice cream supper at Tur- nersville Friday night IPETE COFFEY a respected oM colored man died Friday in Doolcyvillc of complication of troubles POWELL DYE have moved their sawmill from Neals Creek to Mr Jake Robinsons place on Hanging Fork FOR SALE A good stock of genera merchandise in best town in Southern Kentucky Box 142 Somerset Ky MRS JL V MOORE the McKinne milliner is receiving her fall and winter hats bonnets etc Call and Bee them HOWARD CAMNITZ of Hustonvilie fineIwas etiI WILL leave Stanford Nov 1 Thoa wishing old furniture made new will kindly give me the work In once that I may do it before that date Ed ward Johnson PRESIDENT IL H BRONAUGiiandSec retary W D Wallin of the Crab Orchard Fair Association claim they lot no money on their last exhibition The paid all debts they say and are not In financial distress They will soon Issue a statement to the stockholders showing the condition of the association DR T F CLEAVER has sold his handsome country home near town to C T Bohon of Hustonvillc for 12000 Possession will be given November 20 says a Lebanon dispatch If this means that this splendid gentleman and his excellent family will move from the West End we sincerely hope there is a mistake somewhere Mr Bohon is needed just where he is at WILBUR R SMITHS BUSINESS COL LEGE Lexington Ky has educated many young men and women for usefulness and independence and tho greatest success Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting and Telegraphy taught by experienced teachers Kentucky Uni versity diploma under seal awarded our graduates Great demand for graduates of this College at fino salaries Recognized as the cheapest best and highest honored business college This session 600 students from 20 States havo attended Students can begin at any time and receive individual instruc Lion For particulars visit the College- S W corner of Main and Mill streets or address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky JUSTIFIABLE SHOOTING Attorney Charles Mctcalf of Pineville was on Sundays train returning from Valpa raiso Ind whero ho had been to see his nephew Charley Mctcalf who shot n young man at Laporte Ind last week Ho says his nephew w clearly Justifiable in what ho did he having been knocked down by his antagonist who enticed him into a dark part of town for a private talk When they arrived at the scene of the trouble the young man is said to have asked Mr Metcalf if he said certain things about- a young lady and when ho answered that he lead not tho fellow who is much larger than Mr Metcalf struck him u terrific blow It was then that Mctcalf shot Tho wound is not a dan gcrons one Whilo in the doctors of Ice a large shoemakers knife as sharp as a razor fell from the fellows pocket which shows that he meant business arIrestcourts IT is right strange how carefully our good paying subscribers and patrons cad our notices asking for remittances ind how tow of those who owe us nnd tor whose benefit the notices are printed pay attention to them This is not ns it should be and in order to keep in closer touch with our business we vill be compelled to take steps toward collecting the accounts of those whore fur behind We will begin this week to send out statements to this lass of patrons and those who fail to csnond promptly may not be surprised to find their accounts in tho hands of Attorney L R Hnghcs who is one of tho best collectors in this section We dislike to resort to this method but our patience has grown threadbare with those who can pay and wont pay and ve propose to make it hot for that class of people By the way this does not mean those who have never received itatements nor those who pay accounts on presentation IkIt A LOT of farming implements an odds and ends of household goods for sale C A Cox Stanford Tim L N will run an excursion to Louisville Sept 24th at 175 for tin roundtrip Train leaves Stanford at G30 SAILOR JEAN who is pushing a Trot leyette to every State capital in the U S a distance of 22000 miles will be here tomorrow LOGAN THOMPSON left with us yesterday an car of corn 13A inches long on which there are 24 rows of Good grains making nearly 1500 grains ROBINSON Mrs Bettie Robinson mother of Mrs Mattie White died at the tatters home at 5 oclock yesterda afternoon aged SC Revs Joseph Dal lou and L M Omer will preach the funeral at her late home on the Dan ville pike at 3 oclock this afternoon Interment In Buffalo Cemetery hamberlains Cough Remedy This U a medicine of great worth and merit Try it when you have a cough or cold and you are certain to to bo pleased with the quick relit it afford It Is pleasant to take and can always be depended upon For salo by all druggists FOR SALE Thro pieces 40xm feel itnndnnl 8ounc white Tarpaulin nuItHule for wagon cover tentu Ac Will s llnsawholeor l v plea or cut In wagon theft 16x0 feet for Ilu than wholetulr colt Cult on or mMrem J HOOhUKUOrnb Orchard Ky H ous 9 Woman Wanted 1 Idedretoengage tho neivlcopi of n middle lilted white woman to do work for funny of two Hlit murt tie nent nnd renpectnble nnd without Incumtirnnce loot home nnd good BatatH F HILLENMEYER t SONS hue Crass Nurseries Lexington KY Otter for the Hull ot lUfin full stock of fruit and ornamental tree grape vlnci r- tgusauutlafndtrtudsubshrubsetc Wtemploy no upvnt lint the planter Dialogue on application RENT AND SALE I linvingfoughtthe McKinney Itoller Mill I wlllon FRIDAY HK1T S 1106 Mllnllot my far ml Implements nnd per sonal connlttliiK of 31 twoyear- nldruttleetriclly No weighing from I to 1lm pound also 23 yearling cattle wrlilil uliout fret pou nil about 31 or mori cult s weight ftu or no pound mule hones cows and calvt t halt d and loose hay TKIIMH Orwllt until Jnn Illrl on nil IUIIIH over fio NeKotlalilo note lioarlnK percent required ot purchaser J Ky T D KngllKhAuct Do You Want a Home If wo mil furnish you one any kind youwimt Veliuvoforwilon grtiit variety of farms dwelling houses biulnem house and business proposition If You Want a Farm write its what kind of n place you are look Hit wlnit sin whnt Improvement then loentstlhowmachyounrewillingt- outatnndunyother pertinent die have InrniH of III and prlcex and we lire certain to lntere t you If vou aro on till market A postal card will mug you one of our printed lists OKNTIlAb KY UKAI KHTATK OO It K YOVNH Tresldent Ijelmuon Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will nt my place of renldenco on the Fall III1 mile Grtubinfrom Nbwford on THXTHHDAY XT X5 to the lilBhmil nnil hest Wilder my farm ontalnliiK Ii acres of llrKtclata IlIn111l1 era of It UlniS now In hemp Also nmt time and place will sell all of my lories mules cattle flit hoRNIncludlnK ono air of the last work horses In Clarrard oiintv also an extra gooil palrof mules to ether with ruing lmplement contlitlnK of ono new hickory wagon never used n lot of luMiip tat of goal corn nnd ninny ither thing too numerous to mention TKIIMH OK HAIK Thw real estate will Mihold for oouthllll cunli tmlnnce In one woand throe years time with Interest on leferred payment until paid with lei II iy tined to seciiro payment The pir mat nropiTty will IK sold ns Un ler l cnh III hand over thnt amount n redlt of lr monttn will be Kven with litter it until For nil deferred payment a uitu with Rood wcurlty will lie required lIIYllble lit the Crab Orchard Banking IhI8 Is n splendid opportunity to secure rlllot roved flritCliiH It will 1st sold without reservo nod no hybldding wills x ranltird J buvtt concluded too West for that reason um Imving this sale W B BKNNKTT lrenlbr lIIe Af 001 J P Chandler Auct r Girls School Caps 3Many shapes andcolors nt 2oc fOe 75c and 1 LADIES NECKWEAR New line of hall styles in lace collars Black White and Cream at 15c to 2 SCHOOL HOSE Wo are oferillg sane splendid values in school hose at lOc 15c anti Loc See the Buster Brown School Hose with four pair we give youn Muster Brown tablet pencil pen eraser drawing book paints and ruler iU KyS 150 Shoes for WOMENand SCHOOL GIRLS Nice styles and the best wearers to be hadat a low price They are the equal of many Shoes sold for 2 See the values we offer in Womens Shoes for One Dollar and Fifty Cents NtiN1 CUnniNSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky To popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks nnd New Lines being added JG Weatherford Co HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will be convinced that they can feather your nestum DANVILLE SHOE STORE Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY snasss FALL IS ON US We are ready with the goods Snappy stud for Men Women mid Children Our fdioo1 shoes cant bo beat Kdelens Level Best nnd Honest Mike needno introduction J SPLENDID LINE TRUNKS DRESS SUIT CASES ETC Everything in Gouts Furnishings Make our store headquarters when in Danville George P Crow Sal- esmanEclipse Shoes 350 and 4 Per Pair r q Have just received our Fall nnd Winter Stock in all the different leathers Young men are especially invited to call Rndsee ourline W E PerkinsI Crab Orchard xy r 0 en l t The Interior Jol rnalE- nterrdinthePostOftetatSGDpford 4 a Hcondcla matter IMJUlilHHKU TUBSUAYH AND FIUUW AT 100 PER YEAR CASH tST When not paid 1200 wilt be charged FOR SALE I HliMii lur blleohi ligrndojerlrhtdigIluckarN J tcrJLutQIll UMBRELLAS Hecovered and repaired and made door at good ae new for a amount I can fix your umbrella bettor than the tram repairers and for less money Give me rlal FIIAKK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately boue and 10 acres of land situate jut outalde ot town limits on the Sotnersei pike Homo has 7 rooms kitchen and sere stable and allcellaryante room good necessary outbuildings Wuter hydrant In the yard one for J p IiALrk1 INSURANCEFire Accnt Nolte ilhle 11 tote iuarait tl5olnaa1L tnglc orcljtnequullfd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Hesldence 1liono o tB The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHTJOABS Proprietor Electric tights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Mlnaltlllenl- Bobtht favorite porter meets all train Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Salo Statto Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates J H IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv t Good Livery Service at Reasonable lutes Call on ni on Depot Street Alio Uealen In God E Q Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce dr Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Kv Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U ollcited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection WIH Mueller a Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY Tho Ijitist Iu Jewelry Hllver Uutflliu notches and Clocks In hook First NationalOf Stanford Ky Bank Capital 500001 This Institution was originally eitabllibed as the Deposit Rank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganltcd as tho National flank of Stanford In 1665 and again reorganized as the First National Dank of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an un Inter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Directors J B Paito J B Owilej H Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Oarter i B Foster L 0 Gooch H Oum mini B L Hubble W H Shanks 4 i 7 c Farm For Rent h fiirntof illiidrritanf uill from era b Orchiml knows us Whit Montgomery t lnr lit HCIVJ run go corn and rllInlr r lit wheat Knch Held wntrrnl oMeeslot t Jan UAVJlSTHKKT t nib Orclulyd Ky Give Me Your Order Can Please You Why ready made clothing when there li 10 little difference In the price ol high grade ready made Bulls and a sui made to yout measure taken by an ex handeontline a low prIcdbTsineB3Silltnrttreliu 8r Utets- suit Also Spring overcoats Irons ers The company I represent one e f the best I also havo a tine goods 1 make up tnYEIif fur those who prefer It II KUPLEY the Tailor i 5tORATIVEtCURE- 5NERVOUS DEBILITY phJlt1mnlaland II prnonal magnrtumi the true tfv t f Meet monks hrltfpHemsUorelopinf NavesGlues and mat life trorth ming j PrdraanalpnnsndolhertrouWedueto State r r41elthr blood tad rrmln wuteU ntrrtit- tltiillrinxxirorwomrn Hnoklrt rrr IIW nor Fix for BW withaaairante to refund If not tired or bcUIIIL rerrcn MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s A FOB HATE AT rESSJTS DnCQ BTOUC JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY see tteaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer iu HaruessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofllce Ilione 107 Home Iliono35 Officers J 6 HOOKER Press 6T tUniug V Pre J J McKOHEKTS Obr W H WEAKENAtit Obri Directors F ReId Danville T Harris Stanford J S locker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M U Elmore U Baugbman Stanford T PJIII1 Stanford ass Robinson Hubble J H haul hman Stanford J M Pettut Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford I n LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO W W In I C Successors to The Farmers Bank 4 Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relation will prove mutually beneficial art I Officers H SHANKS Preslo n J B Iaxton Vice President- W U BRIGHT Oashlsi W 6 WALKER Assl Oasbltr l FARMERS DEPARTMENT J B Noggin will soon dispose of his 200 or more trotting horses HWK your seed wheat cleaned by C C Withers VANTED30or40 cattle to Knire E V Carson Moreland H C Zurbrugg sold a lot of stool calves to various parties for 33 Foil SALE 1000 bushels of red Full wheat J B Honakcr Hustonville It G Bratton sold to J II Baugh petbarrel J D Ends S Sons bought of various parties in Vnyne county 44TlKMpouh cattle at Sic Forty acres of good wheat land for rent For particulars write to Mrs E K Harris Hubble Fort SALEA very stylish bay horse seven years old suitable for women ami children to drive J C Hemphill Lnn caster Sixty acres of blue grass to rent un tit Jan 1 or will graze cattlo by the head on It till then J M Carter Sr I Moreland President Felix G Ewing of the Farmers Dark Tobacco Association says that the deal to sell the Italian Government 10000 hogsheads will be consummated ESTKAY A black male hog weighing about JC5 pounds came to the Givens farm about five or six weeks ago Own er can get same by paying for this no Lice and his keep E E Troylor IA red barrow weighing about 75 pounds small cut out of loft car came to my place about July Owner can- get him by paying for this notice nnd his keep J J Allen Hustonville For seed wheat the very best vari sties home grown yield 18 to 34 bushels per acre this year Also Northern seed wheat Order samples Phone or write Marksbury Son Lancaster Ky IThe burley tobacco men of Scott have raised 12500 the full amount allotted them for independent handling of the present crop Mont gomery county has raised G000 leav ing 150 shares yet to be taken Hopkinsville is now the headquarters of the buyers for foreign governments of dark tobacco The Italian Itegiel is said to want from 5000 to 7000 hogs heads and it is believed that prices have been agreed upon with tho Planters Protective Association ranging from 650 to Sit The John D Harris arm consisting of 1300 acres was sold at public auc tion The old home place containing 363 acres was bought l y C Coy of Madison county for 12210 per acre Judge A Ilollins Burnam bought 310 acres The entire farm averaged S2 per acre Over two thousand people were present at the sale At Richmond a special train consist ing of 11 cars with 183 head of fine ex port cattle left over the Louisville and Nashville railroad for London The cattle were bought from W R Beasley of Lancaster by J W Hales repre senting a New York firm The lot averaged 1419 pounds and cost 14274 Mr Bales has so far this fall bought in this county alone 2200 head which were all shipped direct to London Men Past 00 In Danger More than half of mankind over 0i yours of age antler from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlarge ment of prostate gland Tills is both painful and dangerous and Folcys Kidney Care should bo taken at the first sign of danger as It corrects II regularities and liaR cured many old men of this disease Mr 1odney Ifur nett Hock Port Mo writes I suit fered with enlarged prostate gland and kidney trouble for years and after tak ing two bottles of Foley s Kidney Cure I feel better than I have for 0 years although I um now 11 years old1 IVnnvs Drug Store My suddenly exclaimed Henpeck with n start I must have been dream ngl Why snapped his wife Why I havent heard you say n word to me for 15 minutesPhili idelphia Press Escaped Death v It is not an uncommon experience for us to gut u letter dosurihing how tho writer osenped death by taking Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin for fjomu violent and dangerous stomach or bowel intlamatlon The gentle soothing curative piiriDOatlvo action of this pleasant syrup is without any i qual In the science of medicine Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvllli at tSOe and Money back if it fails The Australians are the greatest tea drinkers in tho world annually con fuming seven and threefourths pounds a head In England the consumption is bout six and threefourths pounds head and in the United States onlyono pound two ounce Cured oLame Back After 15 Years of Suffering I hud beers troubled with mine hack for 16 yours and I fount u complete ecoyeryIn the use of Chamberlains Pain Balm says John G lllsher 3111am Ind This liniment Is also vlthout an equal for sprains and bruises It Is for sale by all drug Uts t I ih J A Tribute To Miss Dollie Vannoy A friend has paid the following trip ute to tho memory of Miss Dollie G Vannoy of near Stanford who was kill ed by an accident at Columbia Monday Aug 28 The writer is connected with tho Indiana Institution Indianapolis where Miss Vannoy spent last year Though day by day we know that death shall come without dismay we view its slow advanco and go forward unafraid to tho common end of man When In tho fulness of years the great miracle of change is wrought and tho sleep that shall endure unto Gods own Time for waking has fallen upon 0410 of His children our grieved hearts still can cry it is well But when death comes in tho first flush of a young life just as all tho world is unfolding its richness nnd the full meaning and joy of life are coining to their realization neither fortitude nor submission can choke dpwn the cry of tho wounded heart Death oft cornea as tho kindly liberator and its aspect then is that of n gentle friend another time it falls where us it Is given to us to see life should endure Then it is that words nor deeds nor any other thing In mans small power may avail to bring sur cease of pain to the torn fibers of the hearts comfort to the souls of the friends who must remain Sadness and desolation press upon them and it is only In Gods mercy that with the pass ing of time the keenness of griuf maybe dulled It is thus that we must view the death of Miss Dolly G Vnnnoy With tho deep measure of this finite worMs happiness scarce touched the brimming cup of happiness barely feip ped the end has come t Miss Vannoy during her sojourn in the Indiana Institution had impressed all with whom she came in contact by the singular sweetness and purityTof her character her earnestness in high purpose nnd her gentle ways Her aim was to prepare for u life of useful service and to that end she devoted her powers with enthusiasm and fidelity winning encomiums from those who di reeled her for the close attention she gave to her duties and for her rapid development of efficiency Her kindliness and consideration for others hud won for her u rich tribute of love from those who knew her best She was n Christian who followed with love in the footsteps of the Master her Ideals were high and her life in nil its manifesta tlons gave evidence of a fine spiritual quality in her nature Her reward must bo that which comes of faithfulness and the working of Gods will The sad news of her sudden death has brought universal expressions of esteem and re gret and of sympathy for her bereft ones in her Kentucky homeA FniENi A Eemedy without a Peer II I flail ChemlierlalnVi Stomach and Liver Tablets more benellclnl than any other rvinvdy I over used for stomach trouble says J P Klote of Kdlna Mo For any disorder of the itomach biliousness or constipation thcKO Tablets are without a peer for sale by all druggists but will serve underyou ILEADl Simplea 0UHUIriibut ftxprII Ire You walk toltht- hesnahoes not In them your lent 00 n tr 0 II tntm tntf don t control your thsytrta under you I leotI ITIholdstogether so that the weight of your body does not shift around and twist your shoes out of shape are the only shoes lootenough to carry the URFIT Made of jjenclns calf kid or genuine uniform bullalsideoaWlt nod-ktannodtsuten FOB SUE BY f 1J MoROBRETS 1 THE ALL- AMERICA k KIND Tho kind of shoos all stylish wolldrossod men aro looking forthoy are stylo loaders Thoy aro 1 shape holding perfectly fit ting shoos mado on custom lasts Mado In Patent Colt Russia Calf and Velour Calfall soft pliablo and drossy loathers ALL AMERICA SHOES are known throughout tho country for style and wear and soil ovorywhore for 350400 All mon need themyou need them Come in and lot us show them to you Sam Robinson Stanford Ky 1 Buy your Superior Grain Drill Oliver Plow t TigerIDisc Harrow and Armour Fertilizer from W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY 250 NOVELS 250 = A Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Reading Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILL NCRAIGDru- ggist and Optician Crab OrchardsBrodhead If you luive uuy izo jol of Tin Jtooliug Gal vuiiizjng Guttering Hot Wilier Heating Iluiuliing Warm Air IIeatiugror newta f Pump of iiny kind it will pay you to eec S H ALDRIDCE 1 Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky Mtn VernonLivingston t W B McRobertsDRUGGIST l Sells Knrluus Ready Mixvd Paints Ever i gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring piittenm of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also f A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer Y I Jr- t Il II l