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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL XXXHI STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1905 NO 58 4 KINGSVILLE etrBornlho wife of Jack Murphy a son Remember the G A R reunion to bahchinear era Sellt 27 28 and 29 There was on error In our last letter unent the arrival of n son at the homo of David Burton It was tho homo of James Burton Instead of the former that was BO blessed Postmaster J L Johnson U erecting new dwelling on his home lot which rla bo occupied by Mrs Walls lie will ulso soon begin ti neW burn nnd business house on tho lot bought of W L McCnrty Mrs Wm Gibson died of n complica tion of troubles and the remains were interred In Pleasant Point Cemetery Mrs Gibson WIUJ Miss Amnncn Houpe She leaves n husband and flue children- A protracted meeting Mr Green Murphy informs us will begin tho sec ond Sunday in next month ut the Chris tian church Nov Mills will conduct the services and n splendid meeting la hoped for The revival at the Baptist church continues with interest Ed Ulbbanl fell oft tho covered hand car Thursday morning as Section Foreman James Sweeney was taking his men to work Tho car nn over him and several other men were thrown from the car Mr Hibbard was se verely though not fatally injured which Is almost marvelous under the circumstances Thompson Evans have one of tho finest little planing mills in Kentucky t and receive more orders than they cant fill Within 60 days this firm will have I 4q an electric light plant and later we will have tho lights all over town Kings villo is on a decided boom The rail road contemplates a number of Im provements which will be mentioned laterMiss Margaret Uouten returned Lexington Monday MISS Drye of Sci ence Hill is the guest ofrelatives here Mta Mary Burton of Somerset is with her liomcfolks here Mrs Bcttlo How land spent n few days with her sister at Somerset Mile McHlroy was up from Somerset Sunday the guest of Miss Dora Ulgncy W G Wolf our and efficient station agent will go to Nicholasvillo for a visit to his mother lie will also attend the Lex ington fair Cecil Gooch of Waynes burg U Mr Wolfs substitute at the depot Quite a number from here are attending the Lexington fair Among the number are Mesdames P M Dunn Emma Chevolette George Ulgncy Wm Reynolds M Francis Daniel Hester Wallace Walter and Miss Dora Rigney Mlsa Lucy Davidson was the guest of Mrs Dan Hester Miss Bertha Gooch U at home from Corbln Mr D M Creighton has been very low tho past few days but is somewhat better After continuous labor of GS days ex eluding only Sundays and one holiday 25 expert money counters under the leadership of E B Daskam Chief of the Division of Public Moneys Tuesday concluded tho counting of the l28000000 of coin and notes in the Treas- uryf of the United States The counting which was made necessary by tho retirement of Ellis II Roberts as Uni ted States Treasurer and the succes sion of Charles Trent began on July when Mr Treat took office and has cnntinued ever since As n result of the work Mr Treat will ho able to give Mr Roberts a receipt in full for the money which Mr Roberts turned over to him on July There was absolutely no mistake or shortage ac cording to the expert- sChamberlains Cough Remedy Aids Nature Medicines that aid nature arc always most effectual Chuinlwrlalns Cough Itcmcdy outs onjhls plan It allays tho cough relieves tho lungs aids expectoration opens tho Hccretloim and tidy nature Jn restoring tho Hystem to u healthy condition It la famotm for its cures over a Inrgo part t of tho civilized world Thousands have testified to Its superloroxcullenco It counteracts any tendency of n cold to result in pneumonia Female by all druggists I The trend of nil laboV unions Is to reduce the hours of work and increase tho pay Tho Government Is to blame however for in April 1810 Martin Van Buren President of tho United Status Issued a general order making P 10 hours u days work for all me chanics employed by tho Government States was the first Thusofhlabor to establish tho 10 hourffforkday as at n subsequent date 18CS it was tho first inaugurate the elght hour workday A Remedy without a Peer I find Chetnbcrlaln8 Stomach and Liver Tablets more benellclal than f any other remedy I ever used for stomach troublo says J P Kioto of Kdlna Mo For any disorder of tho stomach biliousness or constipation those Tablets nro without a peer For agile by all druggists i B P Shewmaker Writes Entertain- Ingly From Cleveland Ohld We reached this place last Wednesday and find it to be the oil city of the West OitTrasTttoCovcrcd re alwit one year ago and the town has sprung up like wild fire Tho population was from 500 to 800 before the oil fields were open Now it is anywhere be tween 2600 and 3000 Out of 230 wells there are only about three dry ones You can lookout of Mr Coflfoys furniture store and see the derricks on all sides ns far as tho eye can reach TheI country about here is very much likoI that around Moreland high ranges of knobs nod some of tho best oil and jfllSI wells uru on these ranges The gnRI wells ore something wuTidcrful all the machinery of the factory is run by IIIIi Thoaale of oil for light purposes is unknown as well ns for fire of any kind gas being used for nil heating nnd light Ing purposes I visited the ice plant which has u capacity of 1500 tons dai ly The manager showed me in the 111I gine room where I found n large batter of boilers heated by gas to run the plant and ho told me it cost him on an average of J2 cents n day for fuel and lights to run his plant The princi pal business houses and hotels here arc built of sand stone which is plentiful in this locality and makes fine looking are as thick here as Negroes In Kentucky but I will tell you in my next letter about them as I leave In u few days on a hunting and fishing trip dofrn in the Osage nations If they dont get my scalp I will drop you n few yarnsThis is u fine climate I have felt better since I hit the territory than 1I have for 10 years By tho way your notice in tho I J WHS the means of one man finding me C T Owens once our station agent at McKinney Ky but now with the M K T road at Hominy I Tonly 10 miles from thisI point saw in your paper where we were visiting here and wrote me I called him by wire this morning and had III chat and will spend n day with him lido fore I leave for hOlileIHappy Birthday Celebration DANVIIIK Sept 20 A happier or merrier crowd never assembled than that of the little band r relatives orI Grandfather Elisha Gllllm who gllth cred at his hospitable home at Middle burg on Saturday HUh in commemo ration of his 83rd birthday There were some 50 of his kinsmen present which Includedchildren grand children great grandchildren nephews and nieces One nephew was present who had reached his Kind milestone Those assembled repaired near the noon hour to a beautiful shady grove on the banks of the sparkling Green river whercdin ner was served on the ground and for the writer to begin to give n list of the goodies and delicacies served would take entirely too much space but suf fice it to say the spread was nil that the most fastidious could wish The afternoon was spent in songs speech making and reminiscences Tho day was enjoyed by nil present Grandfath er is getting pretty feeble but we nil hope ho may be spared fur at least one more meeting of his kinspeoplc ns two daughters were detained at home on ac count of sickness in their families This years meeting was the second annual one tho first having been held one year ago No one enjoys the meet lags more than grandfather himself and the writer sincerely trusts that he may have the pleasure of attending many more such reunions CLAUENCK COIEMAN Like Finding Money Finding health is like finding money so think thoso who are sick When you have u cough cold sore throat or chest Irritation better act promptly like W C Harbor of Sandy Love Va Ho says had n terrible chust trouble caused by spoke and coal dust on my lungs but after flndiugno relief in other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings Now Discovery for con sumption coughs and colds II Great est solo of any cough or lung medicine In tho world At 0 L IVniiyVt drug store Stanford and Lynn pros of Crab Orchid COis 11111161 guaranteed Trial bottto tree MATRIMONIAL Joseph 1 Delaney and Miss Etta 11 Noaks were married Wednesday George D Mitchell and Miss Mary Winnie Meredith were joined heart nnd hand Wednesday Joseph Magee and Miss Laura liar din were married at Crab Orchard The groom is a clover mnn- while his Is a splendid lady and a daughter of tho lato Samuel llardin Alexander T Wilson of Barbourville has written u letter declaring ho will hunt down the man a supposed army officer who is said to have caused the suicide of his sister Bessie Wilson in New York Cit- yL2 NEWS NOTES Miss Alice Roosevelt was the guest at luncheon of tho Emperor of Korea Mr and Mrs William J Bryan left San Francisco yesterday for their tour of the world Hovcy Smith u farmer of Monroe county committed suicide by drowning in n neighbors well Graton Mullins shot and killed his brother Marshall Mullins nt Bold Camp near Middlcsboro Miss Jessie Rossman of Maysville despondent over her fathers death drowned herself In n pond Georgo M Cooke n leading citizen of Marietta 0 committed suicide by drowning In Muskingutn river The State Pair opened auspiciously Lexington with u larger attendance than was expected for the first tiny The street fair and public meetings in Frankfort have been prohibited on account of the prevalence of diphtheria James W Boyd a clerIc in the Public Health and Marino Hospital service in Washington was arrested on the charge of embezzlement P J Luster of Guthrie who killed his wife confessed that he Is short in his accounts with the Cumberland Telephone Company W If Hunt formerly president of the PanAmerican tank at Chicago has been sentenced to prison for an indefinite term for embezzlement Allen Gray the only millionaire In Evansville was dismissed on the charge of running his automobile into a United States mail wagon ut West Baden Louisville Day at the State Pair at Lexington attracted crowd of 12000 people to the grounds more than two thousand of whom were from Louis ville Robert E Kidd of Staten Island N Y was killed rind S Hinman Birdof New York City was seriously injured in an automobile accident at Hights town N J The Vlncennes West linden and Lou- Isville Traction Company has signed a contract for the construction of the line for 2000000 A lowerhouse will bo erected at a cost of 300000 Dr L H Moody aqmitted at Lex ington on u technicality of tho charge of obtaining money under false pro tenses was rearrested on the charge of being an escaped convict from Geor giaJohn E Madden in testifying in his CincinnutiIsald to live with him as the mother of his children Rain in the Face one of the leading chiefs in the Custer massacre and who is said personally to have killed Gen Custer died at the Standing Rock reservation September 12 He was 62 years old- While waiting to meet his wife nt the 63rd street station of the Illinois Central In Chicago W P Appleyard superintendent of construction of the Pullman Company was run down and killed by n locomotive The last will and testament of James R York Sr who was murdered Au gust 18 last was admitted to probate at Lawrenceburg It contains no bequest for W II York the testators brother who is charged with the mur tier John C Davis a wellknown farmer of Christian county was shot by hisson inlaw James Courtney and instantly killed The trouble arose nt the tobac co barn and it is said that Davis attacked Courtney with n saw and followed him to tho house President Roosevelt notified Mayor Behrmun of New Orleans that ho Is willing to include New Orleans in his coming itinerary in the South provider it is the wish of the people that he come and also provided the quarantine laws of the various States will permit the visit President Roosevelts South ern trip begins October 18 and he is duo to be in New Orleans October 24 President Paul Morton of the Equi table Life Assurance Society makes a report to the Board of Directors in which he declares the society paid out 218261 to the Mercantile Trust Com Turnerloanswithout authority Contracts of the Kentucky Mineral nnd Timber Com puny were used as collateral he says Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage mutiny quarrels can bo avoided by keeping their di gestions In good condition with Eltv trio Hitters S A Drown of Ben nutUvlllo S C says For yours my wife suffered intensely from dys pepsin complicated with u torpid liver until she lost her strength vigor and became u mere wreck of he former self Then oho tried Electric Bitters which helped her ut once and finally made her entirely well Sho Is now strong and healthy G L Penny druggist Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard soil and guar antee them at 600 Q bottlo l W IKE HERRIN The democratic nominee for jailer js a better looking man than the above picture makes him appear He is the present jailer and is making one of tho very best Lincoln county has had in years He is n man of courage firmness and exemplary habits and well fitted for the office he aspires to fill another term He was born Dec 26 1849 his ancestors having come from Virginia His family consists of four bright children He is a membcrof the Christian church mind has fixed convictions in favor of the right on nil public questions In fact he is n fair repre sentative of the sturdy yeomanry of the country which constitutes the basis of good society and guarantees the strength and perpetuity of good gov emment Being cautious watchful and fearless he Li the right man in the right place He guards the interests of tho public with the fidelity of a Ro man sentinel and when his prisoners escaped on one occasion he furnished the money to capture them He is true to the democratic party and one of the best workers and organizers in the ranks having spent time and money for its success Ills popularity is evinc ed by the fact that he carried Crab Orchard precinct by ID votes when it had gone republican in former races and he ran 100 votes ahead of the county ticket Such men are necessary both In campaigns and the administration of government It said the republicans will pit a man against him at their con vention tomorrow but they had as well not do so Mr Herrin will beat any body they name with the ease he de tented the last republican he ran against HUBBLE J M Rankin solda pair of large mules in Danville for 390 Eld F 11 Tinder closed his meeting at Cynthiana with 18 additions- G A Swinebroad sold M B Eubanks 200 barrels of corn in the heap at the shock at 150 Hubble Eubanks have their jack and mule stock at the State fairHubble Eubanks got first money on their aged jack nt the State Fair at Lexington and sold him forl100 They also sold a threeyearold mare mule to Gentry Thomas for 250 L G Hub ble got the blue tie on his twoyearold jackLeslie Sloan was riding a young horse on the pike Sunday evening when the animal became unruly and ran into a buggy turning it over In tho wreck Sloans leg was badly injured and his face somewhat disfigured The lady in the buggy escaped unhurt Tuesday night just ns the rain was pouring down and it was intensely dark the Standard Oil wagon started through the bridge over Dix river from the Lan caster side near T C Rankins when for the lack of banlatcring the team went over tho abutment and had it not been for n tree which caught the wagon and kept it from going over on the team there would have been a serious acci dent I would suggest that tho county authorities see after such places before trouble nnd expense comes Attorney General Charles W Miller of Indiana threatens to bring suit to recover any State funds lost by David E Sherricks deposed State Auditor in gambling The company which fur nished Sherricks bond takes the same position Gov Hanly in speech at Ft Wayne said that if the people backed him ho would close up the Monte Carlos at French Lick and West linden Got oil i heap He may well think ho hits got off cheap who utter having contracted constipation or indigestion Irf still able to perfectly restore his health Nothing will do this but Jr Kings Now Life Pills A quick pleasant and constiparstore Stanford and Lyno pros Crab Orchard guaranteed Miss Laura Meadows aged 23 died at her home near Lancaster of typhoid fever The remains wero taken to Wil liamsburgf for interment k QualityA IStyles POIUL SIOREis known by four important characteristics 1 The superior quality of its goods 2 An eagerness fur lute styles and novelties pricesd This is the foundation of my business and I have strictly hued to the above principles That is the renwm why my store has grown to be known fus tho host store in town for VALUES that you receive here for your money having just received the finttstorkof Fall and Winter Goods in town This includes n selection of new amid stylish Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents Furnishings EtctOf course everybody knows that this is headquarters for Shoes ns I have time exclusive sale of the II All Amdrica Fit o anti 4 Shoes the best for the money in the U S Como nut try a pair Wo invite everybody within a days ride to come dual inspect our stock of goods and see tho BARGAINS we have for you Lowest Prices Perfect ce1SAMROBINSONSTANFORD KY r Buy your Superior Grain Drill Oliver Plow Tiger Disc Harrow and Armour Fertilizer from r- ter t W H HIGGINS F STANFORD KY s 250 NOVELS 250 A Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Reading Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILL NCRAIGDruggist and Optician The Gibraltcr of Rockcastlc County Financial Institutionsc CITIZENS BANKI OF BRODHEAD KY Oilers to the People n SystemAccounts a Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your business and wo guarantee n pleasant mind profitable relation Pay 3 per cent interest on nil deposits of 100 or more when left in the bank nnd not checked upon for a period of six months j J W HUTCHESON Cashier js The Pennsylvania Lines Will have Vcr Low Ong Ray hates to points in California Oregon Ausliington iVc and interme diate points every day from Sept 15 to Oct 31 Full information can be obtained at City Ticket Office Fourth nnd Walnut Sts Station Pearl and Butler Streets Cincinnati 0 Abbotts office Cov ington Kyor write Geo W Weedon A G PA Cincinnati Ohio r Ii ta p The Interior Journal E C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKS For Senator R L HUBBLE Forlteprees to lveLOn J M ALVERSON For County Judge R C WARREN t For County Attorney W S BURCH t f For Sherlir f T JEFF HILL SR iForCounty Cleric GEORGE B COOPER For Assessor CARSON4s1Ifl GARLAND SINGLETON v For Jailer HERRINi5it FOLD TIME VOTING interview with formerChief Jus c Ytice Pryor on the vices of tho secrltt ballot reproduced in the last issue of the INTERIOR JOURNAL is worthy an i attentive reading Judge Pryor has long been an intelligent observer of public affairs It is known that he a stands at the head of Kentucky grea est judges Better than this and above allother tributes which may be justly paid him he is a gentleman of pure character and incorruptible in his public relations He is outspoken in his t opposition to the secret ballot On this subject an additional word may be not amissIn 1890 when the adoption of the new constitution was an issue before the people the INTERIOR JOURNAL under another management opposed the adoption chiefly because it provided for the Australian ballot oystem Many of the evils of this system were even then forecast and to the credit of the discerning intelligence of a large majorit of the voters of Lincoln county the t proposition was overwhelmingly defeated in Lincoln The INTERIOR JOURNAL under the 7present management is still uncom 5promisingly opposed to the secret bal history have not only 4 verified the reasons of opposition orig inally given but they have furnished additional proof of the impolicy and viciousness of the system It was nev er and is not now contended that any system of voting can be devised by the wit of man which will completely ob- viaterf fraud and rascality in public elec tions Nor for the matter of that can any code of laws on any subject b framed which can not be evaded or vi olated The only expectation of anywise legislator is that the system he frames may tend to minimize the evi at which he aims The secret ballot system does not have this effect Ir this respect it is a dismal failure Real i ly it would seem looking only at results that it was specially designed tc enlarge the opportunities of the overzealous and the unscrupulous partisan to corrupt the very sources of the elec tive franchise In former times the voter only was bought Jle became commonly known as a floater and was ever after a disgraced man But at last his vote corruptly procured as it was was counted as it was cast It was recorded openly aud remained for ever on the poll book subject to the in spection of the public Now not only the voter is bought but to the burning shame of oflicera of election they too yare bought either by money orby prom ise of place or office or by unworthy appeals to blind partisanship Officers s of election do their work in secret If they are so disposed they can deface actfcast procure a FAC official signature of the clerk attach it to ballots not voted and mark to suit themselves the spurious ballots and de posit them in the box They can make enormous counts and false returns All 143this and much more has been done in di and more notably in northern JStates The crime does not belong ex elusively to one party Democrats may etr charge and with show of truth that theyyare r own medicine This is a very shabby excuseworse than an excuseno ex tcuse at all The pity is that it is done and isany party the exasperation that the rascality is so difficult of de frttectlon There may be some communi ties plausible reasons may be urged for a secret ballot In Australia I where the system originated a largo per cent of the population was made up either of convicts exported from Eng land for penal offenses or tho descend ants of convicts It was doubtless put in force there to prevent one candidate or one faction from dominating the op position by threats of exposure ofa dis reputable ancestry In Kentucky we are not laboring under such stress of y situation We are supposed to be free r Men proud of our lineage and our pikes As a rule a man who is either MlutirH or afraid to let it be known how he votes is unworthy of the privi L1 lege The secret ballot is a premiu offered t6 cowardice It is a sham t is a disreputable farce No bravo man ought to favor it No good man can condone the villianles that are perpi Crated under the shelter of its wings No intelligent man with opportunities observation has failed to note that it has been the all potent factor to bring the name and the functions of a politiciana name and a function which were originally honest and honorable into common disrepute At thenext November election t people of Kentucky will have an opportunity to vote for a constitutional amendment by which we may return to the old time simple uncomplex method of votinga method which prevailed in Kentucky 100 yearsa method which our brave and honest fathers npprov and followeda method which suits a free born sovereign a method which the moths of returning boards can not corrupt nor partisan thieves breakthrough and steal THE Danville News uses no unnecessary words in its mention of the senatorial convention and its nomine It says George R Davis of this county was given the nomination for tho State Senate an empty honor lnst Saturday by the Republicans at Husto R PAYNE a Negro preacher was fined 50 and given 20 days in jail at Bowling Green for carrying brass knucks The judge wants the old custom of razor totin to remain in vogue judging from enormity of the fine THE Kentucky State Journal now has a private telegraph wire in its editorial rooms at Frankfort Such things come high but the Journal cares neither for cost nor trouble in its determination to give the news while it is news OLLIE JAMES spoke to the farmers of Graves county and told them what to do with their tobacco When it comes to theoretical farming OHieis it THERE are 126 women plumbers in the United States another proof that women are striving for the most gainful occupationsPOLITICAL The Democrats and Populists of Nebraska have nominated a fusion ticket Justice Gaynor has declined to cept the fusion nomination for Mayo bf New York A reform ticket for county officers in opposition to the Republican organiza tion was nominated in Philadelphia Paul Morton says the Equitable Lift Assurance Society will hereafter re use to contribute to political campaign unds The Democrats and Populists of Nebraska will hold State conventions today at Lincoln and probably will ominate a fusion ticket Dr C A Fish was elected prison physician temporarily to succeed the ate Dr Hugh Tobin Dr Fishs election may be made permanent Dr Fish is from the Paint Lick section A full local ticket was nominated by the Republicans and independents a Frankfort headed by Kenner Taylor for Mayor Taylor had been a candi date in the Democratic primary but S W Hager appointed J F- Hawn of Barboursville State revenue agent to succeed George Speer of Anderson who was appointed temporarily to succeed A M Harrison of Lexington Mr Spccr will resume his clerkship in the auditors office CHURCH MATTERS There will be services at the Christian chureh Sunday morning and evening at the usual hours Eld H C Garrison will preach at oreland Union Sunday School build- Ing next Sunday at 330 P M The meeting at Goshen conducted by Elds J G Livingston and L M Omer has closed Sixteen additions to that church is the visible result Rev J H Pence of this county who has joined the Illinois conference left Tuesday for Farmer City that State to attend conference Rev A A Talbot will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning represents the Forward ovement in Foreign and full attendance of the congregation is requested All others are cordially to attend Gilbert Glass Pastor Here and There There was only one death from yellow fever at New Orleans yesterday Five persons were hurt in a railroad wreck on Fe near Newton KanSam Hisle who got a death sentenc- ei the charge of rape will be hung at Winchester Oct 19 Cabcl Doyle Jr of Finchville and- Miss McCown of Harrodsburg were married in Lexington Large crowds are attending tho State fair at Lexington and the show of stock is the finest seen in years iamberlalnshReme dy This is a medicine of great worth and merit Try it when you have cough or cold and you are certain to- to be pleased with the quick relief It affords It Is pleasant to take and in always be depended upon For sale by all druggists Bobbitt At Mt Vernon Court MT VERNON Sept 20Court is in session here large crowd in court house the first day Frost is now on trial for murder Witnesses have forgotten much they testified to on former trial This will bo a dull term The instructions of the court were most learned and exhaustive I miss the face of my dear old preceptor Judge Morro While I was descanting ton large crowd LelchlighterJcameup men all you know No sir should you stand there till I did so you would be dead and I should not be half thro That reminds me of what Judge Morrow said at Lexington There is not nI man in the State of Kentucky who hi any business with Bobbitt on any subI ject on the rostrum and he who asksI him a question when he is speaking Is a dn fool I understand from the candiInatc me for these twootfiee I IIhouldI take the matter subjudice But I be nominated and elected to shouldI county offices from judge downto oner that would not prevent my runjning for Congress The party good chance to elect me to Congress a year ago and did not do On ancient medieval and modern history the his happeniedin the future I know more than three of them and I do not say this allf flatter them or to enlogize myself only say it because it is so Judee Morrow wrote to me from Hot Springs North Carolina two months ago that should I be elected he would go to Washington City to hear my first speech- It would take a man with many years ahead of him to hear all I have to tel them Court is now in session and I shall close FONTAINE Fox BOBBITT FOR SALE Three pieces 40x61 feet standard gounc white Tarpaulin suitable for wagon covers tents Ac III IllIuI n whole or bv piece ur cut III wagon sheets 11x20 tort for Ira lhnn wholesale cost Cull on or address J HCOUJKH Crab Orchard Ky Two Houses For Rent We desire to rent our place t mile from Turntrsvlllr Good house end nee acres ot laiiU Also house unit blacksmith shop In Turnemvllle with acre ot ground w U Mcliee James McBee Turners vllle Ky TO THE LADIES I I havo opened n Dressmaking Kstahll mint nt IIlylionie on Loges Avenueand ask share of the ladles or lull oinmunlty promlilnit mtl fnciory work Jive me u trial MINX HIIOIIA Wiiur Htanford Ky FOR RENT I offer my farm of fll acres at Crnb Orch ud for rent for It i1A acres for corn si Icrelor whlot16 acre for IIIllIdow am II cm lor pasture Good riveroom hour mil every necessary outbuilding For lurth er Information cnll on W K Ierklns Crib rrcllnrdKyor uddrvin me at E1 Hprtng Ht Michigan City l ad UIIAH H HINnI TON A S PRICEISurgeon Dentist TANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McTCoberU Drug Store in the Owsley Building Oa 1 Traylor DEALER lit ftlsKH Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYloPiompisndroiltslientlcn Homing but the tee- o Jilak Mill pbont ci tIxnph srlrs ttctlut bBftstttntioa POSTED We whoe name appear below strict fur bid hunting tithing or any kind of trcs ring on our placer and will prosecute lolalors to the toll extent of the law Mm Kate Ador Ilelchenbccb Roes Fred VonGruenlKuo Albert VonOruenlgkn Fred Van Allman Fred llaumann Alfred Simpson George Holmei Ml i Mettle U Rowe E Ueichenbach Charles Cumulus Jos Halloa A 0 Dunn Holmes W E Anton W n Unugberty- M J Hoffman U 0 Kltnore Peter W arter J NeTln Carter J E Ilruco W H sbomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green FerrillIF J Coon John H Gamentsch Sam Trowbrl JRB A D Rout Charles Eonlln Frank Cordler Mrs W O Welch Peter Balmer John Meier Srmuel Llndaey Jacob Oucrter Mrs Alice Lglle PUBLIC SALE I I will MIll at auction at my place 1 lien Went of Husloiivllle on tw llliick kconTUKHOAY OCTOHKIl 3UI holy fhl folliiwlnt dekcrllxd property Four arlliii liorxveolt yeiirllntt mule colt u ickllnn iuulicolttilliiuckllii horse colts 7Ieke mules 2 tOI years old II brood IIlII- rIIlIlJrld1 Jennets 8 Jersey cows hunts broad town goal family hone lot of IJnhd hay Here or corn In shock 6 acre 01 rKhiiiii lot or shelled oath Mcoriiiiick hlmllr2 McCormack mowlrlilJ IliaC hur row llIIoothlnl hurrow Uhc Ilrlll- t a Oliver ChljlVil turning plows double shovel plows two Old Hickory WIIK onl used very little low wheel farm wagon 1I1I1ta wacon Urnesssevernlets plow Lcar J act lulirv hiirnuu 2 t singiullug IIY harness oat rllhlllr tired carrliige Reel new buggy pole Kjaiier curticornIhllIerIhorll power ecd cutter gyros seed sown horse corn enter seven young black cattle irmlnK implements lot of mixed lumber Trllll made known on day or l1li11Itale begins at 10 oclock H U HAUOIIMAN KyT j I Ladies Shoes I We JreadyThe Ultra QOHGDOOG You nil know it It is luntlo iliHuront hull we think letter than rtiiy other ladies high gnulc tlioo It line n Patent Insolu whioh makes it Very Softjto the Foot Very FloxS ble It is doubly stayed titrougli the vnnip4 making it almost impossible for it to lose or change its thnpe Price to nil 160 OQOQOOOQ style nppenrnncc ennppy f We carry large stock of cheaper goods Old ladies bals 150 and 200 in regular lining wool lined 150 kid shoes with or without patent tips are perfect and all leather good styles Our 200 shoe is fine swell lasts itary heels heavy soles and fit for any one who doesnt andthigh price shoe tH J MROBERTS NFORDJ I n Small Farm Wanted I I desire to rent a smelt farm of S3 to ncrlint exceeding 8 or a miles from lthlr Htlanlord Fine imi l Iw ImprovedlendprrfrrIIIwluRonplke Hpui seen Hyiiipoii FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I Kami contains A acres of land In state of cultivation miles trout CrabIoodI chard on Lancaster S acres In owauncrra In cultivation line orchard etc Thu Improvements consist n house of six room and 0I Yry goal lr Olitern lit door room mfldstubircltnlltwogr11Nf sell privately MBS J Ilox T3CrabOrchard Ky McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnney Kentucky of Jeans IJnsryFlenne- HlankelandYarn nd III take wool in lor Work nllowln Call the or write for prlces Hatlifactlon and Inlorll1l1t1on uaraiiteru Agents wanted FOR SALE I The Jim Walker Olvens farm of It acres of rertlltf land with 1oat Improve Ihe IlIr Chant 1U cr McKtaney11111Jnlnthelase tulles Westot of Ham Owens K I Tanner It trout itlhlitht ot n schrol e Termsone KDWAItl NuslouviiIthy McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS IstoSinaey Sy Having bought McKinney Iloller Mill IlrvlclM II olr w M Dud ierur IXI14rIIIIICIllIIlIlIr1 feel warrantan eiiiml to td In orterlntf to work of nnv vi Tinnone in or IIIlIehlllr 1IIIIIIullood reiuilr and pro duct Ot It stands second to none In this sec willu sn chilty I lion Custom ilto keep on hand coal of nil kind which will sell at the lowest market price Hay Nock I want to buyVecd our lelIlwllfIn uiyail 1IIIIIII0t- ash market for It J oIUHIJI McKlnney Ky THE VERDICT I Bcreen doors window screcns ami screen limo Flume WIekluOil Htove lueo- lurtnllli Hhndes Pulrv Extenelon track ts Ullr tugs 1ortlerres iruhis toreniuvewater tStrutcbers etc rrom floor Hcrub by rctlon cnr t nil Alndows wall 1nper ttalns and Knnmels Gbies llugcles New and IOUldlnlllhIU Come and seu you can do not keep flood liltine ofhorsg and hilKylc and reedry ixcellent undertaking eiUlinent Ilenty of horses and llublivr Tiring donut Pruitt BrothersMorcland Ky PUBLIC SALE of Land Crop AH executor of IroritO W Evans de- cedl will sell at public sale on THUUHllAY OOTOUKH 6 1V8 residence three tulles North ofit his late l lnInOrchard intocotiitotning obouitat0tcicrrxliindikull- mprovtrl good 7room house other bud idlugs This tunic Is wellurn uttered and U a line stock and Brain farm LUo at the same time and place 40 Mend of owl iwu I reedliiE cattle lot of cows alveHjflblp work mules W acres of corn In onl die ultrt fart dng liu kitchen furniturePhJIIWntljhouseholllllnd or myself at fellgevf lll Ky will pleullurln show to person wanting to see the ndbVfbo day of Plenty of dinner all the ground for everybody J H HHtehlBls Yxe utor George W Xvin lIe ased T V KngllhAUC l The Brook port 4 8800 fur nny and leather tend by tho Ultra people in nil tho note t lasts and leathers in Ituttun Lace nod llluclior Jilt perfect in fit and in thulrIIIstyles and one of the heat 300eiiocs jif tho tiny a or Our especially ST the the the lcturesVarnish lld Stocked Our stock of School Books Tablets School Bags Pens Ink Slates and all kinds of School Supplies is ready for you We are headquarters in this line PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Cull arid see tho points of superiority in our Electric Kango over nllYI thing ever shown in the city You can not afoul to bo without ono oftlieeo- if you want good baking with little labor Bo sure to see it Ilellro you buy GEORGE H FARRIS ti5 II litt Jo u Stanford Kentucky ML tt wv f 7 t r Iv SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY ISTANFOKO KY SEvr 22 1905 We have a now Mock of box that will interest you New shapes anti qualities Penny s Drug Store- PERSONALS Miss CALUR HOKTONis attending the Lexington fair Da H A JONES hero from Cincin nail on business MRS L B NUNNKILEY is vigitinff relatives in Iulaski county JAMES MEIUSIION of Lebanon June lion Is here with relatives Miss MARY ELLEN DunnicnAH is the guest of Visa Mary Mobley Mil GKOIICK L PENNY was in Loulu vile buying drugs Uili week Miss SARA DANIELS of Paris Is with Mitts Jennie Lynn nt Lynnwood- DR L U COOK went to Lebanon Junction Tuesday to see a patient MR It M Moss of Lancaster was here Tuesday en route to MIddlcsboro A BEAUTIFUL little daughter arrivedI this week at the home of Mr and Mrs W G Withers MRS L M WESTERKIELD and children of Livingston are with Mr and Mrs M D Elmore Miss MARGARET MOUNT U visiting friends and relatives in Covington and Norwood Lancaster Record Miss MARY BURCII arrived yesterday from Lexington where she has been visiting her aunt Miss Rachel Allison MRS SIIELTON M SAUFLEY of Frankfort arrived yesterday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs S II Baugh manFRED OARNKTT has gone to Cave t City to spend a few weeks with the homefolka his And Wcarcn Hughea is filling MILDRED BKAZLEY of Lancas Mrs W S Hcasley and son 11MRSHays Angeles Cal are with Mrs DUNN sprained his wrist and ankle in jumping from the buggy Sal unlay during the runaway of horses on Main Street 4Mn WILLIAM RIFFE who is farming with Mr H A Pleasant had ono of his hands badly hurt while working with a young horse C C GlLLESPlK has yielded to Ihei pressure of his friends and announced himself a candidate for Chief of Police Journal JONES looking the picture over from Cincipnati for a iSomerlet his friends are glad to l wte tnJtvt i Covington Woofel pass beyond the power of courts more In n month ago when he committed tv 1lido by cutting his throat In Cin MkC JJCohNELWo who has been m the mercantile business in Taylor county has moved to Louisville and with llolbnnn Co taken n position Miss LiLLIE WARNEH Messrs R Warner J W Bauglnnan W W Hays R T Bruce and Dr W B 0 Bannon attended the Lexington fair IfTile editor of this made a brief visit to Mr G B Cooper who Is at Martins end or eczema and was delight fvIIII find him greatly Improved Ho will return home Tuesday COMMISSIONER J C LYNN 1 ELECTION who Is doing guard duty at the Frank fort penitentiary come hOmo Wednes day to assist in selecting the officers for the November election MRS Josh RANEY formerly of Stan ford now of Baltimore Md is spend lIn a few weeks with Mr and Mrs Tate Sr Her son Is one of the prominent educators of Baltimore Somerset Journal MRS JOHN HALDEMN anddnughtcr Miss Jeano Bruce Haldcman who have been spending the past six weeks at Fishers Island New York City and Atlantic City returned home Sunday Mrs Hnldeman will leave today for Crab Orchard to spend several days with her mother Mrs John Buchanan j will return home Saturday ac her children Misses Hes companiedr sic Isabella Haltlemanp urier Journal LOCALS- WANTEDShetland pony Gentle- ti for little girl to drive A T Martin- Somerset Ky a house with FOR RENTVanDeveer garden barn and lot Somerset Street Nancy VanDeveer u A LOT of farming implements and t odds and ends of household goods for leC A Cox Stanford Mr n There is moro goodtlcFA in our 8200 shoe limn any other shoo made at the price All the new toes and heels You get nil their is corning toi1you in the Flexible Wells Turns in Kid with patent tip or Ideal patent kid or Olin Metal tip fur JKLQO WHEAT ground for rent AI G Huffman Stanford LasT spotted liver colored setter Left night Reward W II Hughes McKlnnoy CANNEL coal Glen Mary and Jcllico coal See me before you buy W S Wlgham Morcland pin between Warners IloSTGold ViinDevecrs mill at this office VFon SALK on nTMy twostory garoenTrultings Address J K VanArsdalc FOR SALE Two good milk cows one will be fresh Nov some calves plows harrow good 2horse wagon and harness J F Cash Highland 10 GIRLS John S Lee of the South End sends us word that tho 10th girl arrived at his home Monday night This makes 11 children for him and he is yet barely in his prime TDK death of my husband has Im posed upon me the serious responsibility of maintaining and educating my four small children and my means are quite limited I wish to ask the aid of all in my effort to continue my husband business as a method of support I am receiving a nice lino of fresh goods and shall be very grateful to those kind enough to patronize me Mrs W S Jones THE order of Maccabecu Is the promptest paying Insurance concern we know of Mr James T Jones was burledon Sept 11th and yesterday Mr A C Sine representing that great fra ternal order gave Mrs Jones a draft inIers in the last few weeks and 30000 moro since the lodge hero was organized SAILOR JEAN the man who is walk ing to all tho State capitals In the Unl ted States arrived in Stanford Wednes day afternoon on his way from Frank fort to Nashville On his travels he pushes in front him a sort of wheelbar row which he calls a trolloyctlo and in which ho carries the necessaries of life on the trip Ho has already visited 31 State capitals and has 15 more hay ing walked over 18000 miles up to the 2s1i911ostI13 tires on his trot ileyclte He is four months ahead of lime and has 1000 miles yet to cover JMifore the end of his journey r AIFALFA SrnCiALThe Alfalfa and Corn Special to be run under the aus ices of the State Department of Agriculture will leave Louisville Mon day morning and will be hero from 330 to 4 oclock that afternoon Joseph E Wing of Ohio will be the principal lecturer on Alfalfa tho corn department will bo in charge of Prof P G Holden of Ames Iowa who lost year increased the corn crop of Iowa 10 000000000 bushels Dont fail to hear him on the proper selection of seed corn and other phases of corn growing There will be no charge of admission to hear these lectures and you should take advantage of tho opportunity presented Be at tho depot at 315 r death of Mrs Bet IHOIIINSoNThe mention of which was made in our last issue removed from earthly scenes one of the oldest and best women in Lincoln county earsiwas James Robinson who preceded her to the grave some 14 years She is survived by one daughter Mrs Mattie White with whom she made her homed who has the sympathy of nil in her great loss Her other child Mr Thom agoIjoined the Rush Branch congregation when quite young A largo crowd attended her burial in Buffalo cemetery Tuesday afternoon attesting to some extent the esteem in which she was held in the community she lived so long Her funeral was preached at here homo by Elds Joseph Ballou and L M Omer Aunt Bottle was a great favorite with young people and her taking away has cast a gloom over many of those who loved her dearly y t Ladies High=Grade Shoes The day has passed when the just as good kind of shoes will do There in no experiment in buying Zeiglor Bros dependable footwear They have the beet of eolu leather tho finest upper stock to bo obtained nre put to gether by skilled workmen and the designs are nil that n stylish ilrcEser could wish If your new Full shoes are Xelglero your feet will be well tires cd ami your 11lkWiUo uis t TilE L N will run an excursion to Louisville Sept 21th at 175 for the roundtrip Train leaves Stanford at 630 A M COAL Let us fill your coal house with good coal while the weather is favorable Quality and prices to suit everybody J II Baughman Co Fort SALE Two large brick storerooms on North side of Main Street In the best business block in the town of Stanford Ky occupied by two prompt paying firms J S Owsloy Sr NOTICE peonshaving claims against Lincoln county must file same properly verified in my office not later than Saturday Sept 23 1905 G B Cooper clerk By E D Pennington D C e THE republicans will do their do tomorrow But tho question is what will they dot Some say a full county ticket will be nominated others say there will be only two or three nominee Time will tell YOUR attention is called to tho ad vertisement of Mr George D Hopper who succeeded Dr J K VanArsdale in tho grocery and hardware business Head what he says this issue and each subsequent one and youll profit there byGARRARD county republicans nominated the following ticket Wednesday Judge J M Duncan Clerk Jo Francis Assessor J N Green Jailer liar rison Ray Attorney J T Johnson Representative R F Parsons The nominations for superintendent of schools coroner and sheriff were defer red TILE Clothing and I firm of Cum nine McClary have just finished receiving their stock of Fall Footwear They carry by far the largest shooslock in Stanford With their immense stock and variety of styles there is hardly foot they can not fit and few tastes hey cannot satisfy This firm enjoys a reputation for selling shoos that give good wear GoociL MnlanCouchof the Waynesburg section aged 22 years died at Olympian Springs Sunday of n complication of troubles He was a son of Mr Thomas Gooch and was a splendid young man ofexemplary habits Rev R R Noel conducted the funeral services at Olive church which he was a devout member of and had acted in the capacity of clerk for some time At the time of his death ho was in the employ of the Beally ville Lumber Coy which firm he was held in the highest esteem He was a member of the K 0 T M lodge which order ofllcia led at the grave and was also a K P Tile boarrt of election commissioners composed oi Sheriff M S Baughman J C Lynn and Dr R L Davison met Wednesday and organized by electing Mr Lynn secretary after which the showing officers were selected to servo on registration day the first Tuesday in October and at tho general election Nov 71905- Stanford No 1S J Embry Jr sheriff Aden Rigney judge J Wil mot judge Hart Luce clerk Stanford No 2T A Rice sheriff James Williams judge J E Portman judge J L Totten clerk Stanford No 3C V Gentry sher iff J N Vanhook judge E D Pen nington judge John Ellis clerk Stanford No 4W W Wade judge Will Murphy sheriff Wyatt Smith judge Will Cordier clerk Crab Orchard No IJ W Moore judge H II Logan judge Sam Tam sheriff J T Chadwick clerk Crab Orchard No2Sam Magee judge Joseph Oaks jndge Wade Per kins sheriff Hugh S White clerk Waynesburg No 1Oscar Reynolds judge H C Adams sheriff W D D Hays judge J L Kontz judge Waynesburg No 2DrC M Thompson judge C Jeffries judge J B McKee sheriff It B Smith clerk Waynesburg No 4T W Hutchi son judge Wash Cook judge J P BaughIHustonville No 1 James Goode judge Johnlayers judge W S Drye sheriff Wmr Hocker clerk Huslonvllle No 2Joe B Williams judge J B Honaker judge June H Reid sheriff Grant North clerk Hustonville No 9Jas Cash judge Matt Reynolds judge Ike Tuttle sher iff James F Floyd clerk LOWNEYS chocolates and Bon Bon at Farris MR JOHN H BRIGHT has our thanks for some of his splendid sweet potatoes which are tho largest and best we have seen in many a day NEW Fall Mattings Axministcra Tapestry and Ingrain Druggets Rugs Miter Squares Ingrain Carpets For tierces Tribble Pence B G Fox Co of Danville will be in Lancaster Monday county court day Sept 25 1905 to buy 100 mules colts and 50 yealing mules Will also buy some- horse colts REOISTIUTION Those wishing to participate in the election of Nov 7 should bear in mind that they cannot- do so unless they register Registra tion day is Oct 3 Stanford Hustonville Crab Orchard and Rowland are towns- of the registration class IN liesll Lockowilz wife son and daughter of the Ottenheim sec lion were placed in jail last night by Sheriff M S Baughman They ore charged with setting fire to and burn ing the home of a German named Ron aker of the same neighborhood Their- trial Is set for today The two fami lies have not been friendly for some timeJesse W Sweeney bought of Mrs Dorcas L Walker her large brick liv cry stable on Stanford street for 6 000 Lancaster Record Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale- II clrnlre to tell privately two houses In Ornli Orclnird Onnls n house fit 0 room with5aucnv of ground Two Howl snrlngi uplendld outbI Idlngs The other sex house or 8 room am ulIUI on lIrorlllllll Hlu lilt hen hou e etc Both resldeneen lire roiiiimnitlvely new Ward Moore Orali Or chard Ky H F HILLENMEYER t SONS Blue Crass Nurseries Lexington KY OITer for tin Kail of lUOn lull stock of fruit and ornamental tree cnilxi vines iiipnrn KUI miiall fruit rhnlmrh nhrulw etc Wo employ no aKenU but seal direct to tho Ihnlr l abdugaeon ppileatlon RENT AND SALE I IliivltiR tHiiiKlit the tlcI tnney ItollerMIII I will on Kill DAY fo4JolTI 1111 ell sill of my rarinlnK Implement nnd per Konnl coniUtliiu or ill two yeoi ddcnttlestrietl No weighing from im In 11ft also yearling catt- ivethtalsnit1Ipoursisshout a1 or more calv s welcht flu or no mule tuna sox Bud calvrt tailed and loo e hay TKiiMMOrtHiit until Jan IWII on all ftUliM over Ito Nenotlalile note tearing 9 INT cent rltrtrrhnscrI y Ky T II KiiKll hnct Do You Want a Home HMO wo ean fnriiMi you one Buy kind OU want WolinvoforMilountrnt variety of fnrniKilwilIliiK house lm lnet i liouvt and ImMntss prOasltloas If You Want a Farm wrltuux what kind of n place you sire look liiK fur what slzu what Improvements whuru located how much you NIRIl1 1111111 any outer pertinent Information We have farm of all sizes Btu- rleew15111 we fill certain to Interest you If you are on the market A IststliI card will brims you one of our printed llstx- OKNTIlAt K IIKAI KHTATK TO It K YOUNCI 1reslileiit 1IN11101l H PUBLIC SALE hyI will at my lhll of resllence on the Fall MckA Dripping Turnpike l mlln KiiKtof 1rtiit her mile from Ornh Orchard and Ijincaster and ulRht miles from Htnnfonl on- TIIUUHDAYOCT 19I mll to the highest nml lw st bidder my thrill acres of llrstcla laud W of ItVlng now In lieniii Also at the- ntvNas15111 I will sell nil of my noe mules cltttle flit hOlllilnclUlllnll ono air of the Iklt work horses In iarrard county uo an extra 1l00011Ilror mules to uether with fiinnlnit liiiileiiiBnt Miii l tlng of ono new hickory wrtuon never usd a lot of hCIIIIIIII not corn ninny other tliliie too miiiicjoiu to mention CBItMM OJ NAIVETho nva estate will eotdforone thlyd ellhh INllnllc In one IIU tine with lydenst m- 1tsrredlsryntelttxwttllistitlwith lean Inllitd to sccunt lug The Iii 10Ilulrolrl will 1st sold Its follows der tt cusp lu hand over that IIIIIOlillt a of lt months will Iw Riven with Inter rit For nil deferred IIIIlI1r II unlllllltl hecurlty will Ui nllulrIIIm- YII1II not nt the Onsh Orchard Ilnnkliig Co Bplendl opportunity to secure ll Thin n 11111101 nxl It wIll trr lw permitted wit l hive cmiclutled ggig yestvI and rhOll lUll having this solo wBBKH IfiIT- 1renchertvllle Ky Col J Chandler Auct 5At 8350 we give you the acme of style r fit antI comfort 1Vo dont believe there is a better shoe made than these at even more money The walking boots are an flexible as- a light sole We have customers who have worn these in Ideal kid for 12 months 1VeT have these in several stylesf i UptoDate Dress Is almost as much a matter of the dealers care and taste in selection as in your own In almost every town i and city some one dealer stands head 1 and shoulders above the rest as a e critic of appropriate dress We have that reputation here See our Fall Styles in Suits and Overcoats 1 U CUnniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky George D Hopper Successor to J K YnnArednle DenIer in Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling r Field Seeds I ask a portion of the patronage of the people of Stanford and Lincoln county promising the lest goods at the most reasonable prices George D Hopper Stanford Ky DANVILLESHOE STORE Woodson Sallee Successors to Cold well Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY rFALL IS ON US Wo are ready with the goods Snappy stuff for Men Women end Children Our school shoes cant he beat Edelens Level Ilea Honest Mike need 110 introduction SPLENDID LINK TRUNKS DRESS SUIT CASES ETC Everything iu Gents Purnishinge Mnke our store headfjuarterd when in Danville r George P Crow Salesman Fall Hats For Young Men We are showing the latest shapes in all the new colors W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky hrr I U c R 4The Interior Journal in the PostOffice at Stanford at urondclaM ratter mJllttNIIBO TUKHOAYH ANH K1UUAYI A- Ti00 PER YEAR CASH HrWun not so paid 1200 will be charged w FORSALE1 Pure bft HtTk hlr 1iOffsnnJ Houtlidow AlfO high Krmlp yonrllng Huck J jBOarpontorIUutonvlllt1 Ky UMBRELLAS Hecovered and repaired and made almo ai good as new mount I can IIJI your umbrella- r bate than the tramp ere and to FAN money OIvo me a trial ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately r house and 10 acres of land situated jult outsldeot town limits on the Somerset ylke lioufe has 7 rooms kitchen and ser Dts room good cellar stable and aU- nceyoutbulldlng Water hydrant In the yard and one 1Oc- P RAIGEY INSURANCEWInd Htorm Mf nndt FIM jacclilent Shut the HTHOSOKST nail HIII nhl Lowest los lolng ollCO erdjUnequnllcdntTalLliltlAes MAHONY Stanford Kentucky llesidenco Phone No 8J rThe New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm S3U3ASS Proprietor Electric Llghtt In every room Refurnished and under entire New Management Dobthe favorite porter meets all trains Jesse W Sweeney FROrBIKTOK Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates t J H IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE KyIGood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Ooal E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford e DCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pena In Connection WaH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY It7heWutchuu nud Clocks In Htoek First National PsanfOf Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established at the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized as tbe National Bank of Stanford in 1885 and again reorganized ai the First National Bank ot Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 yean It Is better applied now with faculties for transact log business promptly and well than ever befbrA In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor- poratIons Solicited Directors a J B Paxtoa J B Owiley I H Shanks W 0 Walled Boo W Carter u j B Foster L G Oooch W n Cummins I W M Bright B L Hubbler W H Shank Farm For Rent My farm ot ncrcsonc inllu front inil loUllollllrIIIICllOlIuwheat Kacu Hold watered IossMslon Jim liAVIIt Ortib OrchnnlKy Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there is so little difference in the price ol gtrgradeteadylnadcrnltsand witmade to joui measure taken by an ex perlenced tailor I have a handsome gouda I can make from a low price business suit to the finest dress suit Also Spring overcoats and troun ere The company I represent Is one ol goadt I H c RUPLEY theTailor RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY physlromentallnon1 magnetlanl the tin type or perfect Db1To attain ttili tin lint riuuite bZIInlopmebtlllhoLffioworll vlnlPEPPERS NERVICOHlnakr Strong Calm Nervtt Nervous Okllltr ratting Wemrr Vital Wish Cs i plIon aleeplsunu and ott r IroublnOue to pTcework mnUnirflrui habits and other sure berycatinatlgnanteh PEER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s FOB SALE AT PENNYS STORE J L Beazley Coe UudcrtaKera and Embalmers Also Dealers m Furniture MattiugsRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY I e ireeVlal y Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Haruesa Saddlery dec STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofllco Ihone 1C7 Home Phune 35 Officers J 8 HOOKER PreST HAIUIIS V Pre J J MoRO EttT8 Car W H WEAUKNAsitChrI Directors r Reid IJanrllle T Harris Stanford J S Hocker Stanford McKloneyfoI S II Ilauehman Stanford T P Hit Stanford Jus Robinson Hubble J H Haugbraan Stanford J M Pettut Stanford 0 E Tute Stanford rFI4 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 50000 Successors to The Farmers stank A Trust Company and under same continuouslyf SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping inch business relations will prove mutually beneficial R Sr Officers H SHANKS President J B Iaxton Vice resident W M BRIGHT OaihUi Wt O WALKER rtes Oaiblcr 1 o FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fon nENT4 acres of grassland Mrs E E Harris Hubble WANTED30 or 40 cattle to graze E V Carson Moreland Fon SALt 1000 bushels of red Fultz wheat J B Honaker HustonvJlle aIR T Anderson of Georgetown has sold Teas Over dam of Dick Welles for15000 FOR HALEA very stylish bay horse seven years old suitable for women and children to drive J C Hemphill Lan caster unIMoreland ESTIUY A black male hog weighing about 165 pounds came to the Givens farm about five or six weeks ago Owner can get same by paying for this no tice and his keep E E Traylor A red barrow weighing about 75 pounds small cut out of left ear came j to my place about July 1 Owner cat get him by paying for this notice and his J J Allen Hustonvillc IFor seed wheat tho very best varl ctlcs homo grown yield 18 to 31 bush els per acre this year Also Northern seed wheat Order samples Phone or write Marksbury Son Lancaster Ky At the Lexington fair for the lest horse mule under 1 earJ F Cook Co Lexington premium T R Adams Co Brighton second J F Cook third Mare mule 3 years and over Mudulata Stock Farm Shelby vlllc premium W L Graddy Versailles second Eubanks Hubble Lincoln third Cumberlandf each 20 yearling mules at SO each 125 head of sheep at 3 per head and 100 hogs weighed at Greensburg at 6 cents Hughes Coffey bought eight mule colts Monday at an average ot 47 Five steers at 2J cents Pember ton Bros bought 15 mules at 85 to 15013 horses at 90 to 1175 ColTey Bros S Young bought 21 mules at S5 to 160 2 horses at 115 each Adair News HIGHLAND VIEW STOCK FARM The home of Norvin W a sire of highclass horses and good sellers Chester Dare Jr winner of 20 ribbons out of 22 shows in 1005 Alert a son of the great Allerton and Onward The former home of Gazette 2071 Norvadine 218 Beauty Spot 214J Nine of Norvin Va colts sold for 4350 Messrs Wade It Richards Lebanon Ky own a threeyearold colt by Norvin W brok en January last stepped onehalf mile 113 He is a great individual and one of the greatest prospects in the State They value him at 2500 Will again offer to the public a grand and choicely bred lot of trotting and saddlebred horses consisting of weanlings two three and four year olds and some royally bred brood mares out of producing dams and in foal to Norvin W Cabells Lexington a grandly bred and hand some saddle stallion weight about 1300 pounds 1CJ hands high Had a colt that sold for 1000 and was shipped to Eng land Also a select bunch of 20 long yearling Shorthorn steers weight about 1000 pounds all desirable colors Will also sell some calves heifers and cows several large work mules from 1CJ to 166 hands high a good twohorse wagon and farming utensils The above sale will be held at my farm one mile west of Lebanon Ky on the Camp icllsville turnpike Wedneseay Oct 11 Beginning at 930 A M Terms Twelve months note with approved security per cent Interest from date Notes negotiable and payable in bank All amounts under 10 cash John B Wath en Jr Lebanon Ky Three Cured- of Cholera MOl US with one small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarroca Remedy Mr G W Fowler of Hightowor Ala rotates an experience he hail while serving on a petit jury in a murder ease at Kdwardfivllle county lout of Clebourno county Alabama Ho says While there I ate sumo fresh meat and some souso meat and it gave Ine cholera morbus In u very severe oriu I was never tote sick in my life and sent to the drug store for a certain cholera mixture but the drug Irht sent mo n bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera anti Diarrhoea Hem edy Instead saying that ho had what I sent for but that this medicine wits HO lueh letter ho would rather send it tome in tho lIx I was In I took one dose of it unit was letter In fIve mln utes The second dose cured mo ntlrely Two follow jurors were diluted in tho sumo manner nnd ono 2 cent bottle cured the three of us- For sale by all druggists In an address at a soldiers reunion vigorouslyas a common gambler who had lost thousands of the States money at the gaming table Cause of Insomnia Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep mono or less and is often theI cause of Insomnia Many eases have been permanently cured by Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists r YJ t IN MEMORIAM Again wo are reminded thatjin the midst of life we are in death On last Monday week the death angel visited n happy home and took from it a dear wife and mother It was such a shock she having been sick only a little over a week It seems hard for one bent with tho infirmities of ago to be taken from home and loved ones but when it comes to a mother with a family of lit tle ones it seems most unbearable But TT0BhalHcTtowsomctlry why it was done Hattie was a good woman always ready to lend a helping hand when she could The writer knew her from childhood Besides n devoted husband she leaves six children tho youngest only four months olda heartbroken father and mother two sisters and two brothers to mourn her incomparable loss Oh how hard for mother to betaken from tho little ones butgrand- ma will care for them as best she can but no one can take the place of moth er May the dear Lord heal the bruls cd and wounded hearts that have been made by this awful blow and may they be able to say Thy will bo done Ev erything that kind hearts nnd loving hands could do wa done but nothing we can do will conquer tho work of the Master Deceased was a member of the Baptist church and was truly a good wife and mother She was formerly Miss Hattio Collier and had lived at Stanford since her marriage until about thee months ngo when they moved to Somerset and were living there at the time of her deatlf Though our hearts are sad and lonely And from sorrow have no rest We will see her in her beauty Wo will know that God know best Dear Hattie thou art sweetly resting Cold may be thy earthy tomb But the angels sweetly whisper Come and live with us at home Hattie we hope again to meet thee When this weary life is oer And in heaven with joy to greet theo We will meet to part no more AN AFFECTIONATE FHIKNO Attacked by a Mob and beaten In a labor riot until cov ered with sores a Chicago streetcar conductor applied Hueklens Arnica Salvo and was soou sound and well I use it In my family writes U1 Welch of Tekonshn Mich and find It iHrfrct Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c at G L Pennys drug store Stanford and Lyno liros Crab Orchard House Woman Wanted rI ilrnirr tovntfiiiie the IItI vires of n nildillc nitiil whit woiiiaii to do work fur fmitlly nf two Mhr outs t In ncnt unit n 5puectnhle and without Inciiitilininic nixxt lionit end Salpay Vrltt to 111 A It tltilf rwiKl lies urhlll Ky HEW LIVERY STABLE BDBSEACLABESOHrrtn JUNCTION CITV KV- fr iOl ji Turnout at Reasonably sate ep rlal Attention to Traveling Met 0raln end liar For Sale but will serve under you LEAD S I m rI- Daoundledbut express Ise You walk ivitithetanhoe not In thorn your oo- tconlrothem thty don t control your foot thy jrt under foul The patent UR FIT holds your shoes and feet together so that the weight of your body does not shift around and twist your shoes out of shape aon are the only shoes food enough to carry the URFJT Made of rjonulna catfcr kl b or with solid ticola And uniformbullshldo o ktonnd olvi FOR sits Bt HJ McROBRETS w xd i Ii1I Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange v 8c Title Company Stanford KyNo Small farm slier tmllM Iroin bUn IIan4fW Ir Hut laid Sills well fenced io acre In cultivation one acre In fruit trees rest put Bought at cowmlssloiera 111 an nD- W sold at hirtsiD CJooe to school and cbure- b1lre fi3 per acre Und adjoining sold for fill Itt Tblsliabarxtln auINo M 3 acua ol coal and tlml r liad olla Perry count Kron UrI Vine Irlbutar of the of Kmuckjr ricer Four Telrsoffoal In now IS xtl to six Ittt Ulrrr navigable to the mouth aWereek A rallioad liurTrjfol within thrfl lulks of said property timber roniUls 0- 1oaketo Tine rurfKI nor ucbaoi on easy terms No CIA nice twoitory eight room trllOI dwelling In Stanford lluiwo halls wlthconeretsfMr govt intlD well In0kilchn- nrgro raMn on bldl rent for II err morn Thed fllliigrrnlaforl per month This prop stir U In gum repair and can be Iwught for IJIUO No 41 F nu I7 screlrlendld blif riM Und In Uoraln county Twu torjrD room st n mldtcrc 3 tenant house turn tam braver head ol stock and all olutr necessary oulbulMlnci all In reelr ao church school poiloffit nlllIoIlod In et1o nelhborbooil too Ian In culttratlon rut In grin soil llmUr ere This It an tlal country homo as aaroncealetceonplaro calra ale Well walrrrd with nr falling Trice awnshla- NailU0 acres of land one mile Trow Poratrwt rut to soma firlda City acre In cultira tlon40scrralnpulurctalaoroIntimber vrll Ing contains x rn ronms all rift cuarroulbulldinp Fences and bulllinnln ipltn dldispair Wll IllrtJitWO- Jios IMacrMOf UHHn Fore muni Ka s Its ullMliunt railroad add clalln from ANna river f ulf acrcsof land It rUff bottom Is nntclauIandandlDgraa ibis land Is tor sale or uhINo larmof JODacrM In Uortlo rountf Three uoddeUln 8 jood biroi and other out bulldln iracbhouM Urn aluut the renter of Ito acm All on county road 4 mile from and i l and well 0UIl11U1No M TwollorcCIUltlllle of rams two halls and all other oulbulldlniti Alto large blacbmll- hahuGOl0udsbMt lull len lh ofthop and 1- 0k wile TIIIIIItrl will be add t a very low prlre No iA firm of 1R acre tour men from Mon ford on tint lk In lbs aubsywell ierd dwrlllnc fronts ill n curoutbuilding Aplndl4t4ugawGrmardonlySu- mlapIesdrivefromCeunlyseat Owner bo term sJlolnlog this het rUT nlued 513 set Ica WolIr Ibla lunso No Mnnr IItM seer riraunt JVilnl Ky Fame house 6 rams and Sun and other S arm In cultivation revs In Jim 1011111001Iusually 1rlc No 1J230 icrofarm j mile of Cub Ucbird Ky llrlck dwelling rams lo tenant hOIlI two barns llanlprlp near dwelling Farm In high stat ol cultivation 1M acre river UmIland gout fencing fruit etc rln 137 M an Nofi A nice iarm at IHchUnJ well lmltov iJ well watered etc Peke 6acie olUndon hooIDunnvllte too acrei In Itfran4 rut In Bats A Inc Alton ot1 tattling rueo A new ham and two oU ones It It well wttrreJ anJ the fencing h pool On puNIc road Irke tijuaa No tyijaoo acres ol cotton UnJ In Mlnlnirp- Therisnoaeclbn01country attach oSetsso many e pwwnltleeforpto4uNelnvntanlalb Atlttlf urpt UtIUwbkh It now buy AI Irot peilty Valley The Umber It rvcanlne norevahi abet all the lime for Sar eIon thu lumber people 11Jlllllnlthlchases of Umber land In the South tt bcji the lira her It removed the tend It une1 for agrWultu al purpotet It will product a tale of cotton to the ate or will grow other kind l crop raltd InI the temporal ions The toll neeJt no ft rUIIett rl e a yleU whuhcannot te excelled U et are low he title It perfect end the sun who buys t lID and Umber Undt at r ewnt prke It wuklnc an In vestment that he will never regret This UnJ It di rtied Into tracts ranging from 40 ulo the tract to caret to the hart and pfketfronll per act b lit per acre according to location ett we are autlrarUed llw tompany ho ownt this laoS to State that at other parka sro connderlng the urchat of these UnJt that we ofler these trictt ub k Ito prior salsrrlthJtawal from market or change I0 price wlthonl notice Ilowwerhen notified they 111bollanytract out of nirkel tong enough for the purchaser to make an Invettlgillon out 1000 acres of this anj hat been toM by the Com panr sine we rpcelJ thi option Ior further par Iculart call at our olbc No 6A farm ol tai acrID Cary county One and onehalf story dwelling with li room goal turn and other outbulldlngi liUly acres In ultlvailon 4J acres la timber fruit hires etc Ls well on county rod dw to church rhooletc frlc only 1600 Alto a barrel mill In Mercer county ICy on east ulcer Sham power new up odute ID every particular and dwel- llegwltlImprovements 20 acre of fine laud clooo to railroad Price III MH arras r I1 near Crab Orchard betp No 70 Voiir crofUnJ and i bier toe atoll tit room nam dwelling In McKlubej Ky ute r wottaln kllrhtn anil family fivMu UKV f anII1I necessary outbuildings 19ue well rancid and In good tepalr full and It tornparatlrel new and we ony sk I 50 lot the wholepropeejy Mo MKarm ol acTrots Cawy aunt Two story frntae dwelling two guuj beta and OlDlt oulliulldlnn In rood rei alr hpivudld lobacM land and In good NlultUn lergalb II tMI la 61huutIl6uIM In I wt county new two I fount frame dwelling and old olbefoutbulldlogwell watered two wells eprlng etc This It a de Nrable hours 1rf4t llb4 and VII1IurlllIInlllOOtontland lngoo eirhuurhowlcl M to Kbool n1 on IOOt 1tiro1700 21IIa small NO4 Two sony Irmine dwelling I roots hill and veranda dgsnlenleectug and boute la go rNooutINaslur Ky tetra In cultivation aS In limberli tt In grass well watered two go I taro and other OwllnllIechuul eusto to soil C e depot Irol hal1IIIIInd county road and It th muss detlrtbl forIsuit purchaser Tbli It cerlajnly cbetp Project NnSI Dwdllotof4rooms with 20 err lied uutlulldIapInlrawliertlr IbilurdlileiMMxrealcn irks IXX prlicularaddreCntfuthngt Till tt No t Ninety terMof Und near Waynebul g Ky Soscresln tlmbir dIloe andratiog to LiorNo llouMioj Anurn ot liml la McKln nay Kr Nectwary oulbnlldlngt Fendag tool easytermsNo 7124 acre of good laud tlx meows two watered toed tenting le I- tlhuuburluilhcity ol loOnded eebolinJ Nurchee ThlalaaSnubl hw- rrltw muualile Na S7 e room ffwneevtlg and on acre a land In Klnij nUl Ky large oliO sunk bout r AU ding aid feOa In gal ctelf- ItleNo t litOJtage seven rams bell etc HOUMI new a good garden and iplendld orehirdol It acre fitting lieI eY lbplaCeg odcruiberlo will It Con by oil orallr which It a great economy and lb dam Is to good Ceratr WIt1 Nit the property al a low 5gue or Iweit 1 No M Fram hotel lap ram double Ter n di hallway Kit A large t story loreroom Irontlng asset M tool Irom bole stales suIts bUforiTwe leg I talc Cottages nlrely furnltntd papernl and painted room end veranda rich Irge barn on holol uted at livery table Iced garden Vacant lot adjoining M feet frunt by MIfeel deep All of Ibis property It In Ixtndon moneylmanila Ihb astousl or Ill flbef hl wife tool e mion fur selling proprietor desires la exchange countyNo w toilet water In kitchen A rood barn coat busela sal a good garden Trie ion a 075Asmall firm of 71 arm of good locatedrloa to town IrWefjaw If33S acre In Allen county Ky on rail road nod pike about SO acres culllraled aboutIlea tiP and cord want enough to pay for Ith plnee twice over Ii large part tineuThere are tour dwellings ot rooms each and one store of twoatorlei with room above has wtll and springs ot water la Io 1 miles if county seat and rows tobacco corn wheat grass Tie for J300 Onelialf cashFlourand011 Mill Anderson county Ky aa barrel capacity covered with Iron built I years age 11m anti water puwer the purr S month of the year It la an up loiUto roller mill with burr for corn and meal bolt The engine It of year run II aefys with the mill Including what U with the IIOIKR of rooms All fur U3JO or II 100 for the mill and 14 acres Unit hate catli lies tine trade No mill In 10 lIrINo 10tcirt of land wrir a nIbar I of coodIlIO= 7 Crab Orchard fen IIf you have lilysize job of Tin Roofing Gal vntiizing Guttering Hot Water JrntillgfPliiinliing Warm Air Heating or needa Pump of any kind it will pay you to co 5 H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky Mt Vernon Livingston To pojiiiliirizethcir new Inisiiiens in now 1wiidiugewith New Stocks aud New Lines beiu- gaddedIGWeatherford Co a 1UCKYIIIUSTON11LLE ICE Asks you to cull lull you will lie convinced that they can feather your nestuin WeB McRobertsDRUGGIST 11 Sells Kuriucs heady Mixed Paints Every f I gallon Guaranteed Then in none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and SureBed Bug Destroyer t t N