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I 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL fVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1905 NO 59 a1 CEDAR CREEK Elds Livingstonand Rogers will boo gin a protracted meotlnK at Pine Grover Monday night and continue through the weekThe Sunday school at Sugar Grove has been changed from 2 r to 9 A J M so as to give the jkoplo the advan tago of the Sunday school at Pine Grove Everybody Is Invited to como next Sunday morning nt 0 oclock anti N bring their friends with them Y Mrs Thena McPaddcn better known as Grandma McFuddcn has been on the sick list but IB reported as much better J C Kerr was In our vicinity Sunday to lice a young lady Klclmn Chandler was with tho home folks Sun day James Chandler has been nutter J ing with a sprained kneo as the result of his horse falling with him Miss Maggie Livingston is ill of ty phoid fever Mrs Calvin Whitt left last week for Columbia Tenn to spend the winter with her daughter Mitchell Whitt has moved into his mothers house and MosS Soard has rented the house vacated by him Mrs G W Edwards and children visited her daugh ter tn Stephen Wilburn at Corbin JamiJ Manuel of Lebanon Junction II with his father hero Mm Mollle Turn bull is very sick with malarial fever 4 Let It Pass He not quick to take offense Let it pass Anger is a foe to sense Let it pace Brood not darkly oer a wrong Which will disappear ere long Blather sing this cheery song Let it pass J Echo not an angry word Let it pass Think how often you have erred Lot it pass Any vulgar souls that live May condemn without reprieve Tia the noblt who forgive Let It hags IJCfur Rood youve taken III Let it pass Oh be kind and gentle still Let It pass Time at last makes all things stnilt Let us not resent but wait And our triumph shall be great Let it pass Bid your anger to depart t Let It pass Lay these homely words to heart Lot it pass Follow not the common throng f Better to be wronged than wrong Therefore sing thecheer song Let it pats let it pass The Kentucky Court of Appeal has decided that n dead man must bo tried on charge of shooting to kill In a decis ion handed down Friday the court sustains Judge Shaw of Kenton Circuit Court who ruled that when George Woefel shall bo released from Lake land Insane Asylum ho must stand trial for shooting Richard Stewart a millionaire In Covington Woefcl pass t cd beyond the power of courts more than a month ago when he committed suicide by cutting his throat in Gin tjhnati He was at that time under land having been released from the tisylum as cured No record of the mans selfdestruction reached the Court of Appeals and in tho ordinary routine of that court the Woefcl case j was passed upon the law alone being considered 0Dr Finns Testimony Interesting Dr ThomiU Finn of Uoonsboro X Mo who bus practiced medicine for I years says ho tats used every pro fr Hcriptlon known to the profession for i treatment of kidney and bladder dl f senses mod says ho has never found anything effective in both chronic and acute kidney and bladder trouble us Folcys Kidney Cute It stops Ir regularities and builds up tho whole system Tertnys Drug Store Cobbler My shops burnt down I stuck to it to the last but it was of no use I lost my awl Saintley Alas Then you didnt have n sole Youll be on your uppers for awhile but time heels all and I hope soon that youll be pegging away again and make up your losses and something to boot Cured of Lame Back Alter 15 Years of Suffering lit hUll been troubled with lamebiiek for 15 years and I found a complete recovery In tho uso of Chamberlains Pain lialm says John 0 BIshoi Olllam lad This liniment Is also without an equal for sprains and bruises It Is for sale by all drug fitsts Wilbur U Smiths Business College Lexington Ky opened with students in attendance from 16 states several being from this section Others from i this county are expected to enter later Enjoyable And Profitable Sunday School Convention The first meetingof tho Internation nTSundnySchool Convention of Lin coin county was held in Crab Orchard at tho Baptist church there on tho 22nd 23rd and 21th Inst with large and en thusiastic audiences On Friday evening tho large number of delegates nnd home Sunday school workers present were addressed by lion W J Brown of Somerset tho Stateprcsidcnt of the association He y on Civic Righteousness speaking regretfully of the money made Americans and the terrible graft which is practiced by tho politicians of our large cities but commended very highly the workpf Gov Folk of Mis souri and Mayor Weaver of Philadel phia who in tho face of thoso powerful lallticalrings had the manhood to down their movements overthrow their leaders une establish civic righteous ness Instead To the workers in this movement it is gratifying to krtovv that the politicians and professional men of our country are so much Interested in this worM wide movement the International Sunday School work On Saturday quite number of dele gates from the county were present nnd great interest was shown by prominent men in all walks of life in this great and Degressive movement The Rev E R Fox of Ixniisville who is of na tional renown in this work was pres ent and gave help and inspiration in the organization of a permanent associa lion Mr W J Vaugh the field worker was also present and gave very help ful talks on tho Sunday school work and especially interesting were his own experiences in the mountains of Ken tucky In which field he is earnestly working Revs Glass Bury and Omer minis ters to our Stanford churches who are always so consecrated and active in all good work gave splendid discourses and added greatly to the success of tho convention Officers for the ensuing year were elected Rev 0 M Hucy was elected president lion P M Mc Roberts vice president and Mr J C McClary secretary and treasurer The officers were wisely selected and it is felt that this great cooperative work will bcsuccessfuly carried on under the management of those chosen The closieg session of the convention was held Sunday night and was indeed n delightful feature of tho meeting Rev Fox who had recently returned from the Holy Lands gave interesting descriptions of the sacred places he vis ited and made his lecture very impres sive by the use of stereopticon views taken on his recent trip Tho hospitality of the Crab Orchard people to the delegates present was very pleasing and every person there was indeed grateful to the good people of the town for giving them such a great nnd profitable conventionVANA YOSEMITE Hon Charles Montgomery of Liber ty was in town on business F E Kelsay our enterprising druggist is having lots of trade We had a downpour of rain the other night which lasted for several hours As a result the weather which had been intensely hot is now cool and pleasantOur are all astir since Nath Hicks of MIddlcburg caught n cat fish last week that weighed 1CJ pounds and measured 31 inches in length Ho caught the monster at the famous High think just below Middleburg I notice your Hustonville correspond ent failed to mention tho ball game played between Middleburg and HUB tonvlllo at tho picnic Saturday which resulted in n score of 16 to 2 in favor of tho former How about that Bro Wil liams 2 Miss Ettio Leo Kelsay left for Mon ticello to visit her brother J P Kel say who Is an uptodate druggist in that town W C McIntosh and lam fly will locate in Monticello Cowan McCormack were in town buying cattle and sheep Mrs B Lawhorn is in Cin cinnati paying in her full stock of goods Glanccy McWhorter and wife have taken rooms and gone to housekeeping at Ho tel Short oHard to Find It would bo hard to find u more feet curative medicine for clIolderedII digestive organs than that digcthant anti torpid liver 1C known as Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin No other medicine has its speclllo power over these delicate and important organs of your body upon which you have to depend for energy to carry on your dally work It cleanses digests stimulates anti cures Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville at fiOo anclit Money back If it fails Thomas Johnston was literally sawed In two at a sawmill at New Washing ton Ohio NEWS NOTES Gen I N Walker formerly com tnander in chief of tho G A IL died In Indianapolis Francis IL Jeuboda millionaire banker of Boston died suddenly of heart disease Pythian Day at the State Fair Lex ington drew a crowdapproximated nt nearly 20000 Emil Work the Cincinnati million wire soup manufacturer died at his hunting lodge near Detroit Mich Miss Elizabeth Whitaker was given n verdict of 3500 in her suit at Cyn thlana against E K Rcnakcr for 25 000 for alleged slander Five men were killed and eight in jured in a collision on a branch of the Philadelphia and Reading railroad at Mount Holly Springs Pa George Ford while insane murdered his wife and three children with a hatchet near Vevay Indand they cremated the bodies by setting tare to the house w R Rison son of the president of the Bison Bank Company at Huntsville Alau was found dead in tho bank building under circumstances indica tive of suicide Tho increase in crude oil prices has led to marked activity in all fields Kentucky under present conditions is regarded as one of the most promising fields for development Eightytwo attachment suits were served on the Heck Carnival Company at the Lexington fair by creditors from Mayficld and Frankfort The total indebtedness of the company Is about 1000 Freeland Cnrr while acting as peace maker was shot and killed at Elkches ter Fayctte county by George Kellum who was having a difficulty with John Frye Kellum and Fryo are from Leslie county syndicateIn Lexington and other points in Cer tral Kentucky was completed by the payment to the former owners of over 1000000 in cash Former United States Senator Wil liam Linsday of counselor John E Madden in Mm Maddens suit for all mony in his argument before Judge Swing at Cincinnati said that if Mr and Mrs Madden were loft alone they would settle all differences Love of racing and unsuccessful bets are at the bottom of the troubles of Mrs Erie D Gregory a handsome widow who is in jail in Louisville charged with giving worthless checks She says she was Assistant Postmistress at Hot Springs Ark for 10 years A number of indictments were returned In tho Franklin county circuit court against the Louisville Nash ville Illinois Central Cincinnati New Orleans and Texas Pacific Kentucky and Tennessee nnd Southern railroads for failing to report fatal accidents- In a conflict between political factions at Cienfuegos Cuba six persons were killed and many wounded Among the killed were Congressman Villucndas and Chief of Police Illancc Villucndas was the leader of the Liberal party and tho most able orator in tho lower house The National Fox Hunters Associa tion meet will be held nt Bardstown week beginning November 13 Tho committee composed of Owen Tyler Ferd Bohne Woods Walker Sam Wooldridge Roger Williams and R J Finck appointed by President Nat Hal DardsiCritically Ill Many people um critically ill us a result of disturbance of their dlges tiro functions owl dont know it If you lire Buttering1 from dizziness heart burn wind loss of appetite irrita bility headache nausea colic consti wasto no time but take Dr CuliWolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It may be tho means of warding oil a dangerous sickness At any rate it will surely make your distressing ills pqrio symptoms disappear It is safe certain and pleasant Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford nnd C W Adams LIustonvlllo at 60o and Money back if it falls SheI dont understand this wireless telegraphy lieIt is very They just send messages through the of over the wires SheI know but how do they attach tho air to the poles How to Live Life after all U never very happy If a person Is constantly sick How to live Is largely n question of how to Ira well Tho answer to both Is keep your main healthcominunlcatlons stomach liver and bowels in good order with Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a reliable safe and pleasant cure for headache con stipation colic and all symptoms of tho digestive trouble Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Uustonvillo at GOo and 91 Money back If It falls 1RDDLEIZION R L The above is a splendid likeness of Mr It L Hubble familiarly known to his legion of friends as Took Mr Hubble is one of Lincoln countys staunchest citizens and most successful farmers and stockmen He owns two fine farms and maker both of them yield n good profit He has never before asked for office but certainly no democrat in this section has had more right to demand political preferment for since ho was old enough he has worked valiantly for the party of par ties Mr Hubble is the democratic nominee for State Senator from the counties of Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Casey and although the district is republican he is about as certain to rep resent it in the nextSenateasany thing can be His extreme popularity and good political strategy make him a sure thing in the race against Mr Davis of Boyle on Nov 7th next Mr Hubble was born Jan 16th 1862 his ancestors having come from Virgin ia a large and influential relationship now being in this and adjoining coun ties Ills wife was Miss Sallie Logan a refined and cultured lady belonging to one of the best families in the cour ty one son and one daughter being born to bless their home His experience as a farmer and trader has given a knowl edge of the relations existing between that and other clas os and the legisla tion required to protect the rights and interests of each Believing in frater nity he is a member of the I 00 F and the K P lodges and a member of the Christian church His fidelity to the democratic party has been frequent ly manifested by the part ho has taken in many heated campaigns by contributing funds aiding in organizing the party and bringing out the vote He made the fight before the Senatorial committee at Danville which resulted in giving Lincoln county the right to name the Senator for the ensuing term His zealous efforts in behalf vf the par ty when the lamented Goebel was a candidate resulted in an indictment against him and two others on the charge of violating the election laws they being taken before a Federal court which dismissed the indictment He has served ns election commissioner for Lincoln county and filled other lilac es of trust Ho was a member of the democratic county committee for four years and no man did more for the suc cess of the party In fact to him is due a great deal of the credit of bring ing Lincoln county out of tho slough of republicanism Individual success has generally been the standard by which a mans ability to discharge the duties of a public trust is measured and when this test is applied to Mr Hubble ho meets all tho requirements having been very successful in every enterprise IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES At meeting of the Hume Cooperage creditors at Richmond Waller Bennett was elected trustee Claims aggregat ing several hundred thousand dollars were approved This company which was the second largest of its kind in the United States went to the wall some two months ago owing nearly 400000 A number of suits have been filed by the Humo interests in the Madison Circuit Court The general shifting and changing around of things in Livingston indicate that there is still something in store for that town We are reliably informed that an order has been made to move the depot back some 30 or 40 feet so as to give room for two more tracks all sidings are being supplied with new ties and the coal are being repaired It is the general belief that- as soon as tho yards at South Louisville can be put in readiness that Lebanon Junction be dono away with and all freight trains run from South Louis to Livingston making Livingston the terminus of the K D trainsMt Vernon Signal Cause of Insomnia Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep more or less and Is often tho cause of Insomnia Many cases have been permanently cured by Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists i QualityA Latestl POPULAR STOREi-s known by four important characteristics The superior qualityof ifs goods 2 An cngerneis tor late styles fwd novelties r Ahvais time lowest prices 4 Perfect service to its patrons This is the foundation of my business and I have strictly held to tho above principle That la the reason why my store hits grown to be known as the best stare in town for YAL17KS that you receive here for your money having just received the finest stock of Fall and Winter Goods in town This includes a selection of now and stylish Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc 01 course everybody know that this is headquarters tor Shoes ns I have tho exclusive sale ot the All America SJ550 timid 84 Shoes the best for tho money in tho U S Gore and try n pair We invite everybody within a days ride to come nod inspect our stock of goods anti see the BARGAINS we have for you Lowest Prices 1Service J SAM ROBINSON ISTANFORD KY J Buy your Superior Grain Drill Oliver Plow tiger 1 Disc Harrow and Armour Fertilizer from a Iw H HIGGINS STANFORD KY 11 t jIur THIS IS PATRICK 1 He is a warm number He will keep the I cold chills from run ning down your back See write or phone S H ALDRIDGE IPhone flit Depot St Stanford Ky The Pennsylvania Lines IWill have Very Low OneWay hates ill points in California Oregon Anshington fie and interme dime points every day from Sept 14ito Oct 81 Full information can he obtained nt City Ticket Office Fourth and Walnut Sts Station Pearl timid Duller Streets Cincinnati 0 Abbotts office Cow iugtoii Iyor write Qeo W Weedon A G P A ICincinnati Ohio W B McRoberts ISTANFpRO Sells Kinfees Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is cane better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested dud SoreBed Bug Destroyer The Interior Journal JI E C WALTON fDBftlOCRATIC TICKET j For Senator R L HUBBLE For RPprecutallve J- u J M ALVER8ON t For County fudge R Q WARREN t For County Attorney t WS BURCH For Sheriffy T JEFF HILL 8R f For County Cleric GEORGE Ii COOPER i For Aie for WACARSON- For Superintendent of Ecnooli GARLAND SINGLETON- For Jailer W HERRIN TUB republicans have made their ticket aud now tne democrats know t with whom they must lock horns Lethe latter buckle on their armor and begin at once the building of such an organization that will make their repub lican opponents grow sick at heart and throw up the sponge Because several of the democratic nominees have no opposition is no reason why they should stand back and let their less fortunate running mates do all the work The rads may name a full ticket yet so be ready whatever may be done Lincoln is a democratic county and it should be managed by democrats It hasnt a re publican in office now let the same be said after January 1st VIRGINIA has just tried the primary method of nominating State officers and while it works satisfactorily it developed that the expense made it so that no poor man need apply Thomas Martin nominated for the United States Senate spent 11000 the main items of which were clerk hire post- aget and traveling expenses Claude A Swanson nominee for governor spent nearly 10000 W H Mann also a candidate for governor expended near ly 6000 and there was hardly a man whose expenses were not in excess of a years salary of the office he sought THE Democrats of Ohio opened their State campaign Saturday to a great outpouring of people at Newark John M Pattison nominee for Governor de livered the principal address The Republicans opened their campaign at Bellefontaine with speeches by Gov Herrick Vice President Fairbanks and Senator Foraker THE Governments holdings of gold is now 730000000 against 179000 000 eight years ago It is just that sort of argument that knocks out free silver and makes the revival of the issue impossible THE Danville Advocate has declared for Hon R W Miller of Richmond for Congress Mr Miller is a fine gen tleman and has many friends in the Eighth district who would like to see him honored FOUR beef trust officials of one con cern plead guilty of extorting rebates from railroad companies and paid fines aggregating 100000 Let the prosecu tion have free course and be multiplied Tills country is not going to lack for sweetening Over 10000000 worthof sugar arrived at the Philadelphia port last week from Java and the Hawaiian Islands POLITICAL United States Senator Thomas C Platt vigorously denies reports of his illness and says he expects to continue to be a factor in New York and nation al of Pulaski in massmeet ing mominatedfor two offices only tor be voted for in November Daniel Bor den county clerk and J W Colyer county attorney The Democratic primary in Frank fort resulted in a tie vote for City Judge between Judge W C Herndon the incumbent and James T Buford present CountyAttorney- Senator Forakers speech in the a opening of the Ohio campaign is reIf gardcd as foreshadowing a defeat of President Roosevelts railroad rate leg islation at the next session of the Sen atetThe Republican campaign in Hopkins county was formally opened at the courthouse in that city Saturday For mer Gov W 0 Bradley was the principal speaker of the day and a large audience greeted him Chairman Taggart of the Democratic National Committee says that no member or agent of the committee ever asked President McCall of the New York Life Insurance Company for a contribution to the campaign fund f The Republicans of Madison county in convention only nominated for f Sheriff Jailer and Surveyor George I Todd of Brassenfield was nominated for Sheriff L 0 Sihearerlfor Jailer and S S Finish t Here and There The license of Vincent Foy theI jockey has been revoked for bad ductMme Gallic Marie the celebratedI opera singer died at Nice of ChasjiT The Kansas City State Bank W O Cox cashier failed to open its doorsI Marksberry of Owen county was shot and killed by his fatherinlaw John Ogden At n dance near Maysville Henry Edwards was shot and killed by Clarence Turner M C Hutchins was nominated Representative by the republicans Mason county Peoria was selected as the meet ing place of the National Rural Mail Carriers in 1906 Walter Colkins an automobile ex pert was killed at Chicago when his machine ran into a heavy wagon M C Cox a sufferer from rheuma tism committed suicide by jumping of a thirdstory window in Louisville The storehouse and stock of general merchandise belonging to W R George of Titus Laurel county was destroyct fireMayor Combs of Lexington awarded to the Hill Gayrard Company of East St Louis the contract for the new sewer system The firms bid was 76 712 A crowd estimated at 18000 attended the first anniversary at Guthrie of the Dark Tobacco Growers Protective Association AH the old officers were recommended for reelection The elections in Cuba resulted in a complete victory for the Moderates the party of President Palma Except for occasional fights and a few shooting affrays there was no disorderIThe stockholders of the Central and other national banks of Lexington have decided to consolidate The new organization will have a capital stock of 500000 with trust feature addedI Engraved because his fellow Macedonians would not contribute toward getting him back to Europe Cantra Wassili at Indianapolis shot and kill ed one man and mortally wounded two othersThe State Fair Association of Texas wired James Galcomb owner of Audu bon Boy and M W Savage owner of Dan Patch offering a 10000 curse to the winner of a match between the twoI if the race is held at Dallas in Novem berAn effort will be made by the Inter national Brotherhood of Electrical Workers now in session in Louisville- to remove its executive headquarters from Washington D C to some city more centrally located in the United States MATRIMONIAL William Kastor of Chicago was married last evening to Miss Cecilia Beatman of St Joseph Mo Two brothers of Kastor arc husbands of two sisters of the bride Mrs James Wesley Smith of RIch- mond announces the engagement of her daughter Katherine Smith to Julian Proctor Van Winkle of Danville The marriage will be celebrated today at high noon in the home of Mr and Mrs Newton Combs on South Broad way Lexington Mrs Richard Cobb announces the engagement of her grand daughter Florence Cobb Meyers to Mr Robert Mc Donald Blackerby of Louisville Ky Miss Meyers is well known in Stanford where she has made her home MrI Blackerby who is a son of Dr Black erby a prominent physician of Fal- mouth is teller of the Kentucky Title wedeldingtake place Oct 18 at the home of MrI and Mrs Wm M Bright o The Voters of Waynesburg Meg isterial District MY FELLOW CITIZENsIn answer to the many questions that have been asked me as to how I stand on the road question I will answer by a card in the Cheapest and Best by saying that I am strictly in favor of a good road system system that will give us better roads I think good roads enhance the value of our lands tam also in favor of complying with the law which provides that the fiscal court shall furnish tools t work the county roads If elected to the office of I promise to discharge the duties pertaining to the office to the best of my ability Respectfully D R ADAMS The Original Foley C Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered 3 for tile genuine These worthless iml tatlons have similar sounding names Beware of them The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar is In a yellow package f Ask for It and refuse any substitute lethe best remedy for coughs ahe coils Pennys Drug Store tl IREAL COMIC OPERA The people 01 Kentucky will have n rare op portunity to see aspic ndld comic open at the Danville Opera House next Mon day evening October 2nd whci the Herald Square Opera Company will present Said Pasha The DanvilU Opera House Is now under new manage ment and has been completely romodele and beautified The opera to bo presented Wednesday evening is made fo laughing purposes but withal contain many of the rare exquisite vocal gems tJactsrquartets ndtnsemblewhlel has made it so popular everywhere The adventures of Haydad in search 01 ap imaginary long lost daughter to b recognized by a porus plaster betwcer the shoulders Is very ludicrous Th burlesque three cornered duel bctwecr the two montebanks and the Pasha is r laugh producer of high water mark Squpearlyihtel fall kind which is now termed refine burlesque and in this capacity it reputation for clean wholesome musical comedy is a very envious one Stanfon people who wish to attend this perform ance may have tickets reserved by ad MgrstPrices 75c 50c and 85c CHURCH MATTERS Services at the Christian church will begin at 715 r herereafter instead of State convention of the Chris tian church in Kentucky is being held atMaysvllc Rev M W Hiner has been called tt the pastorate of the M E church South at Middlesboro Mr Hipcr has been located at Jackson Breathitt county for the past four years Chamberlains Cough Reme dy This is u medicine of great worth and merit Try it when you have a cough or cold and you are certain to be pleased with the quick relief it affords It is pleasant to take and can always be depended upon For sale by all druggists First Tramp Say 11 wots do wheels of industry AnybodyS A mob took a Negro from jail at Williamston W Va and whipped and presumablydead William Royston sold to R L Hub ble four at SO and a suckling for 41 Somerset is in the throes of a printers strike TOTHE LADIES I IIhave opened n Dressmaking Kutnbllnli mint nt my home on Logan A venue mid ink hare of the patronage of the lutllri of tlili community promlalng satisfactory work Jive lie II tr nl Minn HnoriA WIIITK Htnnford Ky A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRqberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Dar2l Traylor DK4LIR WhlSkll Brandy Wines Beer Clears Etc KYliesI Prompt and poll mention Nothing but the tts e drink Mill pbon tr telegraph orders rtcttvt irompt attention POSTED We whoe names appear below ntrlctly urbld hunting nsbing or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute violator to the full extent of the lea Mrs Kent Ador Kelchenbccb Iin a Fred VooGruunlgttn Albert VonOruenlRan Fred VonAllman Fred Ilnumnnn AIred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mottle II Hewes E Kelclienbach Charles GummlDS Joi Uallou A O nunn S M Holme- iWEAmon WK Daugherty J Hoffman M D FlmOre Ieter W arter J Nevln Carter J E Ilruce W F tfhorntker Thomas Ferrlll Green Kerrlll F J Conn John II Oamenlsch Sam TriVbrldEe A D root Charles EuMlIn Frank vordler- MM W 0 Welch Ieter Ilalmer John Meier Samuel Ilndiov Jacob Oander Mrs Alice Lttle David Stephens PUBLIC SALE I I will veil at my place 1 miles West alIlueollvIlle on tliu lllii pike on TUKHHAY OOTOIlJoItmUlIUI Tlie following demrllied pruwrtyr Four yearling hone colts yearling mule colt Buckling nude collNI lIcklllllr horse roll 7 broke milk1 S to years old liroo l mart nil bred a Jennet Jersey rows JJ shout mid brood tows good Muddy horse lot of IMilttl hay acres of corn In shock 6 acres of xorghum lot of shelled oats MiCormaok binder 2 Mctormack Ulsc heir row mauleLlg tonrrnv Hllirerlor Ulu drill pllllIMdoubl60118 used very little low wheel farm wagon tett wagon careqee several nvtt plow gear- et double buggy harness i setsvlnglebug gy harness one rublwr tired carriage good as new buggy pole Frazier curt corn heUerlhort power ret d cutter J feed cutter gnus seed sower ihorso corn center seven youdg lack ruiing I1l1plellltOtI lot of tnllIld lumber Term mule known on day of suit lulu begins lit oclock H O HAUmiMAN yrf Ladies Shoes IIIt L The Ultra cEnDDoJ iYou nil know ij It U innilo tliHoraiit luitlt Iwothink hotter than any other Indies high grade shoe It hilt a Putout Intuit which makes U Very Sofijto the Foot Very Kloxl bio It is doubly stayed through tho vniiiji 1lIIuking it almost impossible for it to lore or its Ihulo Price to nil 8Uf 0 ujipoiirniico j balsJII shoes with or without patent tips perfect leather andigood styles 200 shoe is especially fine swell 1Itary heels heavy soles fit for any one who doesnt athigh price tH J MROBERTS STANFORD 3 Small Farm Wanted II I detlre to rent u mull form of SS to XI act suet tXCI1I lit tor s 111110 trot elfin Htunfonlor Improvetl Farw must lo wlI und It being on pike spill geon Hyinptuu 1It1t1Ithur Ky FARM AT PRIVATE SALE Kami contains M acne of land In good otnt of cuttlvntlon inlles from Crnlt tr chnloll IAI COr plkJ c In nua- Cow5acres In flue gnnlr II orchard etc Tin ltnprovemcfUcuudsnI- L home or MX rooms np r In tlrtrrn lit door servant- rtwlnuuthousesnulnrromnndln Naalcon soil prlvulely31aaJ1Jurr Ky McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnney Kentucky Manufacturer1 rnnsllnsryhFianceeII- nnkelsunit Yarn send Us yuurwteoltl take wool In tor work ullown tint market price Hxttfndl4n guiinntceei- Unll or wrl prlrcs and Agents wante l FOR SALE I The Jim Wnlker nllIo farm of IK of fertile land with goet Improve IIl1ntllmllllolllt701 wetter the yeir rl1l11l- Aherut If I- cndlcwetof now Itiii nons l Khlceyad1Julna hehind K TIIIIr McKln lntillsight of u whoolhouw our Term KIINVAlllr AUMIUN Agen- tIUuttmlllle Ky McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS KoSinnoy Ky tKitight the lcIIIIW ItoUer MIIU andsecundtheservice of Mr11lhod dernranexlxerleaee lndllerlrtwlwarrant td tn oirerlll to IlulJll1 In rlll1I111 work oy klml The- mllchllltry nit orIngooI repair lice pro duel of It 510114 Mrond to clone In tills we tint Cimtom grinding u sLtIIIIIY will also ktt111I1I hand of nil kind which I wrkel Jlay hlgh0Ucnlh tnnrkt rlcr for J it MtItlIIY McKldney Ky THE VERDICT I Bcreeii doors window creen und screen lug Hlue Klnmo Wlckletn Oil Mloven Uicrt Uirtalns Hhaden Pole Kxtenslou Itnick lorlivrru- urUnluMlretchersfnrputStretchers semi Ilrushea to rIIIOO Icy aetloll CnrlIIlid llulldllll lnlvUattW- lndawa 1lIllOr Htllllli uud Et1a111e1 Picture Jorllllltd fuss Jllllflltl New ailed Old Furniture Uocne null WO yuncun name Mimethlng vm do not keep Good Ilv lhlIt of liorwn and liuggloH nnd fwd Excellent undertaking e tilpinen- tIlcnty of horses and feed Itubber Firing late Pruitt BrothersMorelnnd Ky +PUBLIC SALE of Lund Stock mod Amtecutor of leorge Kvan deceits dl will Mtll nt pulillo nlt on- TIIUUHDAYCKITOllKUBKlS nt Ilia Into residence tic rea bills North of rub Urchnrd m tho IjimaMcr plko In Idle oil county Ky u spleiulld Urns III rill alxmt KII acres und w11- ImllrOII with IlIIOlI 1rlKliu louse large cunt other building This Turn Is well wiiured and U u lino stock laid grata farm Abo lit tho nmu time uml plnco hind of f luttlo lot of cowsRood cnhl JlWIIIKtlllIl uculestalocresofcorn leat shock hllonhl also farmlntf Itii dements household kitchen furnture tilt myself atfllrlllioriedgevflluicy will In show IlIg the rand Iwrstns wvluting to sew the and hefon dry of Plenty or tlllIllIr on the for everybody Js N Hutchln8Kx- ecutorT I g1ohAu c ttvansdeceased I s l I The Brock portQOQCQOOC 800 for any style nIH11leather mndo Ptho y vUltrn i o6ilo in nil the newest huts and leathers in Mutton tACO nod UlucliOr out porfout In fit and nappy in choir stjlos and 0110 ur tho liot 8800 sham of tho F dav T are and all Our lasts and want shoe Crop eOlltnllllll1 ground Our stock of School Books Tablets 1- i andI4 for you We are headquarters in this line A PENNYS DRUG STORE Qj 1eStanford Kentucky 111- 1IfM1ItIMfnIIeIs1I R B mM11I irLaI iJsI MJiV Call and see tilt points of superiority ill our Electric Mange over any thing ever shown in the city You can not affordto Ito without one if you want good baking with little labor Be sure to fee it before jmu buyV GEORGE H FARItIS 0IStanford Kentucky I s r B1Nroltn Kv SKIT 20 1005 u Wl5 have n new stock of box papci that wilt Interest you New shnpos an qualities Ienny s Drug Store w I PERSONALS Mns 311 GIIBER sulto sick W B PORTMAN is here with friends Mns ELIZA BLAIN is visiting rein lives In Tennessee Miss SARA HACKLKY is in Richmond VIt visiting friend Mil P11 CORMNBY is up after nn i illness of several weeks MHS A C GREEN has returned trom a visit to relatives at Berca- Hr BnifiiiT FEKUIU went to Whitley county yesterday on business Miss ALVIRA VANARSDALB is with Miss Mollle Brooks at Crab Orchard MISSES MADOI AND ROSE HACKLBI have returned to college in Tennessee Mil S P GRAY went to Harbou evil Friday to look otter his store at that place MISS MAUDE CARTER left this morn ing for Indianapolis to attend an oral t J H SworE and little Virginia Swopo are at Crab Orchard with friends 1 MR S D YowElA wife and son at t Hustonvillc were here with friend SundayMns Lou JONES of Pulaskl Is visit Ing relatives here Including Mr L B NunnelleyMIss PICKBTT of Shelby county Is with her sister Mrs Will Severance MR J A BBAZLBY wife and child ren of Lancaster spent Sunday with relatives here TilE MP S Club will meet with Mr and Mrs Will Shanks Friday even ng at 8 oclock MR Jolts W MoonE wife and Mrs Lucy Napier of Casey were guests at Mr Ed Wilkinsons Mns W A BUROB of Maywood l at Lctnnon Junction nt tho bedside at her granddaughter little Flossie Hn ley who is critically ill G A PEYTONS new house on Edge wood road is going up rapidly and will be quite nn addition td that part of the city Mlddlesboro News MRS U S TRAYLOR and Misses An- nIe nnd Willie Belle Traylor attended the burial at Winchester of the infant of Mr and Mrs George Jones MR SIIELTON M SAUFLBY of the Frankfort Journrl spent Sunday with his mother and wife here Mrs Sauf ley who came over last week return with him MR J Y GooniASTER of Jessamine is here with old friends Ho will re main until after the reunion of the Blue and the Gray near Kingsville be- pining Wednesday and continuing until Friday LITTLK VIRGINIA daughter of Mr and Mrs L B CJvens gave a birthday dinner to n number of her little friends Saturday Misses Nancy New 4 land of Stanford attended the Van Arsdall Andenson wedding Hnrrods burg Herald m LOCALS a of i LOT of pure bred Sllvcrface Wynn dotte roosters for sale and good hemp ground for rent G A Swinebroad Hcdgcvllle Ky r IK your farm Is for sale list it with the Boner Real Estate Co Somerset Ky We are in touch with the Wayne and Pulaskicounty buyers 4 Tim democratic county committee of Lincoln county is called to meet Satur day September 30th at 2 11 A full attendance is desired J F Holdam clerk DR B I WALT of Lancaster has opened a dental office hero and will be glad to have you call on him Ho has r and will had 25 years of experience gaurantco his work to give satisfaction Casey County News r SHOOTING AT IANCASTEnIn Ar nolds stable at Lancaster yesterday afternoon Will Ward shot and more than likely fatally wounded Henry Patterson one of Garrards best men Tho trouble is said to have come up over a servant A message at 7 oclock this morning states that Patterson can not live- S t 4r There Is more goodness in oUr 800 shoo tlmn idly other thoo nuulo nt tlio price All the now toon and heels You get ull choir is coining to you in the Flexible Weltd Turns in Kid with patent tip or Ideal patent kidor Gun Metal tip for SIoo L 1 LoWNEYg chocolates and Hon Hons nt Farris L60excursion over the K C to Cincinnati Sunday ITm ladles of theBaptist church wl1 hnvo n bnzarr and exchange on Dee 22d old T C BALL has rented to Dan Tray lor his storehouse and residence combined near thu depot Possession Nov 10 e NEW Fall Matting Axmlnistcrs Tapestry and Ingrain Drujrgela Bug Miter Squares Ingrain Carpets Tor tierres Tribble Pence e Fon SALT OK KnNTMy twoator residence in Stanford with lot garden fruit trees and nil necessary outbuild Ingd Address J K VanAredale M LOCKOWITZ wife son and daughter charged with burning the home ot another German named Honakcr near Ottcnhcirn were acquitted at their trial Saturday eerJOlt SALETwo large brick storerooms on North side of Main Street In the beat business block in the town ot Stanford Ky occupied by two prompt paying firms J S Owsley Sr TUB remains ofThomas Robinson which were interred near Ly tie 44 yean ago were exhumed last week and rc interred in Buffalo Cemetery Stanford Tho body was buried in nmctaliccaakel and was in high state of preservation HAYMir 1 F Hays brother ot Mr J C Hays of this place died at Honey Grove Texas Sunday aged 806 years His illness began with grij some months ago Isis wife had been dead many years hut four childrcnsur vivo him Mr Hays left Kentucky near ly a quarter of u century ago TRAVELERS REST HURNED Travelers Hest the historic old country home of Mr J Shelby Tevle in the Shelby City section burned Friday afternoon An effort was made to bUn a wasp nest in the nttic when the fire caught and in an instant till famous old house was ablaze The building was erected in 1782 and was once the home of Isaac Shelby the first governor of Kentucky We are told that Mr Toy is had 3500 iwiurance- LEO BROKEN Richard Iennyo Denny Bros turfmen was removed to Graystreet Infirmary this morning suffering from a fracture of the right leg above the knee While holding wo yearold on Taylor boulevard OJH posito the race track the horse reared and fell on Mr Denny Dr T lIunt ituckyIs attending Mr Denny Louis ville Times Mr Dennys many friends in this his home county sympathize deeply with him in his bad luck and wish him an early recovery TIm Alfalfa and Special sent out by the Agricultural Department and with Commissioner Hubert Vreeland in charge arrived yesterday afternoon and was met nt tho depot by 100 or more of our people who enjoyed the lectures by Joseph Eo Wing on alfalfa and P G Holdcn on corn Prof Wing Is an enthusiastic believer inalfalfaand ho impressed many of our farmers with tho fact that alfalfa can bo grown most profitably here Tom P Archer repre senting tho Courier Journal was with tho party e e ION of the most elegant social func tions of the season was n six oclock inner given by Mrs J S Owsley Jr on Friday evening Sept 22nd in honor if Mrs Thomas Ovvslcy of Bowling the decorations in the dining room were ot white and green Covers were laid tor 12 and the table was very elaborate with smilax and white China astors Phe color scheme was canned out thro tho entire dinner of eight courses the green candles being used in tho hand iomo silver candelabras and the cakes whIch wero served by Miss Benedict ot Louisville were iced in white and green Handsome place cards were at tho plates of the guests and the entire dinner showed originality of taste and design further adding to Mrs Owsleys reputation as a charming hostess Those present were Mesdames Thomas Ows ley Wm Severance Clarence Tate Tames Baughman J S Rice J B Foster T A Rice W H Shanks JBP- axton and Misses Emma and Linda wsley Ladies High=Grade Shoes Tho flay IIIIH pawed whet the just aN good kind of shoes will do There is no experiment in buying XoigW Bros dependable footwear They havo tho best of solo leather tho finest upper stuck to be obtained ore put together by skilled workmen and the designs are nil that n etylieh dresser could with If your new Fall shoes are Xe5glor8 your feot will be well Iret atulnur walk ivi1111o tatEy r c SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I MUrjJlhy libraIr jFon SALE Two good milk caWII ono will be fresh Nov some calves plows harrow good 2horse wags and harness J F Cash Highland COALLet us fill your coal house with good coal while the weather Is favorable Quality and prices to Bult everybody J H Baughman Co nAve BURTON ays our Kingsvil correspondent is wrong in stating that In little daughter recently arrived athls home All his children are democratic Joys he says Ills brother James Burton is the lucky man with a new daughter TUB Casey County News says thnt tho editor of this paper was at tho Jones Kelsay picnic pleading with tho people to vote against tho republican nominees and free turnpikes BreI Thomas manufactured this little white lie out of whole cloth We did neither Always anxious for and glad of democratic success we would like to see the magnificent ticket headed by Mr Lafe Sharpe win and had we any influenc with the voters of Casey county we would use it in behalf of that splendid lot of gentlemen Anent the turnpik question we care not If we lived In Casey we would vote for the continua tion of the good pikes that county now has n right to be proud of The only thing we recollect to have said on the pike question was in a little discussio with a gentleman we did not know Ue was an arrant free piker and we suggested that his ardor might be cool oj a little if he would drive from the Casey line to McKinney which is we truly believe the meanest piece of road in Kentucky In this Mr Thomas ac quicsced and from what he subsequent ly said we came home believing him an advocate of good roads and against the free system Possibly he has change his platform since Lincoln Wells de featcd him in the beauty ring at the picnic mentioned above Tit REruuLICAN CONVENTION Tha nil is not harmonious and beautiful In republican ranks was plainly shown lit the convention held here Saturday nf ternoon It was a cut and dried affair and the fellow who was not on the slate to win had about as much show to do or to carry his point as n bobtal bull in fly time The convention wai called to order by county chairman Dr It L Davison who was made permanent chairman Thomas W Na pier was chosen permanent secretary Strange as It may appear the cart was hitched before the horse and instead of nominating candidates for the more Important offices first the minor ones wore given consideration Sam F Rey nolds nominated Gus Geiszl for magistrate in the East End Ben B King named Matt J Reynolds for magistrate in the West End and C L Ashley presentIistrate in the Stanford district nnd W A Horton that of Wash Cook for rang istrate in the Wadncsburg district and ill were declared the nominees of the rand old party Peter Straub and Ik Terry were then voted for for jalleranc Straub won easily Mr Straub is a rotherin law of Dr Davteon Mr George D Florence read a resolution indorsing the nomination of George R DavIs for State Senator condemning tho present road and pike working system and incidentally declaring for Joe helps postmaster at Waynesburg for judge Sidney Dunbar of Hubble for sheriff nnd W Baker Hubble n school etcher from the Waynesburg section tor Representative Tho resolution curried with n whoop and the ticket was completed A yell nominate a full ticket went up antla popular lord having been struck the convention in an instant was in an uproar but a quietus was put to tho demand by the chairman declaring tho convention ad ourned Tho ticket is not a pleasing one to many republicans and if it is not opudiated at the polls to a great extent what is being said about it now vill have to be forgotten or taken back Nobody believes that Mr Dunbar who who was not at the convention will ac cept the nomination and many do not ako Mr Phelps nomination for county judge seriously It is generallycon cede l that there is more desire on the part of the republicans to get the fiscal court than the county offices They are also said to be anxious for the scalp of Hon Jesse M Alverson the democratic nominee for Representative but its ollara to doughnuts they will not get It t l iFon RENT VanDeveer house with barn and lot Somerset Street Nancy VnnDeveer TUB Ladies Aid Society of theI Baptist church will have an exchange at E L Reinharts store Saturday 30thltnIEn1lin the reunion of the Blue and the Gray near Kings villc be lnningI tomorrow and continuing over The old soldiers are looking forward toI a great time MR D R ADAMS democratic nom nee for magistrate in the Waynesbur district states his position concisely onI the road question in a card this Read it and see if his views on that l subject are not about right JESSE D WEAKEN representing the Home of New York paid William Hughes his loss by fire in full Mr Wcarcn for the Hartford paid Mrs W S Jones for damages caused by fire and water when her husband was fatally burned TilE 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 nil in my effort to continue my husbands 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 Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale I deilro to tell privately two house In Orub Orchard One a houne of 0 roonm wIth Sacres of ground Two good springs plendld other tins a house of 3 rooms nmdalanit one 11cre oFIn0- 1Htuhlehealloustete Iloth reildencen lire comimnitlvely now Ward Moore Crab Or chard Ky H F HILLENMEYER I SONS Blue Crass NurseriesL- exington KY OITT for tin Hull of lUfin full itock of frull mill orimiiivntnl tars Krni vines iinpiirn frulti rhiiluirb etromgiluytpn IIKOIIU Imt sellrdlree t to the planter CutiiloKiiuon application RENT AND SALE i HiivliiK taught the- et Klnnry Holli rMlll will cut HlIIAYHITII1Isail ill of my g hlllIIIIlItK IHT Miiml lrolrtlcolIl1I1I1 of twovnir old from lAitollttt iKiumln also 25 Fining cattle weluhtaUmt nl out al or nuirr calvK wclKht ill or W pound muter bor cows and cnhes imltd nnd large hay TlUMMOrfdlt until Jan 1I6 oil nil sums over Necotlulilc note iHnrlnit Irtent r oe lIIrchllor J MUKPll Y McKlnny Ky T D KnullKhAuct Do You Want a Home If so vMinii furnish you out nny kind you want We hive for cnlta pnut vnrlity of forum dwelling IIOUMK liunlntui butts iiiullnHlnos projioiillloiis If You Want a Farm wrltt us what kind of a plncu you art look ing for what size what Improvement Lore located how rtlneutlnformatlonInvent and niiv other lVehne farms of nil slxrs oharactur and prlce mid we nre certain to InUrtst you If an On oathelnnrkel A pottal card will ring you one of our printed 1U- ICKNTHAI KY IlKAI KHTATK TO It K Yot a1retdntLeluiubn Ky PUBLIC SALE will at my plate of retldonce on tilt 1111I Iekt ugs Turnpike tulle Kant of Inacheritvllle lx lines Ironi Crab nnd Ijineiister and tilght inlle romHtunfordon THUHSDAY WrII riS tell to the highest and lK at bidder my farm ontatnlnK IM aeres of llr tclais land W of It IKIHK now In hemp Also at the nmetlmeand plaeo I will sell all of my 011Inew hickory wagon never iMd a lot 11tf 1m rn gout Turn many thliiR too numerotu to mention TKKMH OK HAITh real estate will ohl for ollthlr1 ciuh Imlnnco In one thrcu Cllf tine with Iiitinut UI- IIIrrrtllllIIII1I111I1I1I1 paid with ItIll re ulned to neturn iMiyment The tier onnl property will lie mid an lertacnli hand over that 11ntonntn tatltof U month will be given with Inter t For ull deferred payment 1I0h uutllluld urlty will bo 11Iulllt lit the tJrub Orchard Knnklni Co to secure rllImpraveI plindld opportunityhis n It will bo Bolli reserve and no hhllhlllll will fIllIUI I hove concluded to go WI1- 1l Tr that reason urn b vlnB thls sole W BKNNKTT- rreachrrnvtlle Ky Col J P Chandler Auct 1 l At ea flO we give you the acute of style fit anti comfort We dont believe there is a hotter shoo made than these at even more money The walking boots are I1b flexible us a light bole Wo luivo customers who have h worn these in Ideal kid for 12 months We have these in several styles Our New Suits for Fall i Stand out from other makes like a superbly clacj man among the commonplace t Until you have seen them or better yet enjoyed the luxury of wearing one of these new models you can not realize the tremendous progress made in the manufacture of our suits in a single season Men who heretofore have worn the quiet commonplace suits but always with a regretful sigh for the more fashionable styles will be glad to find that our suits the smart style and CUr1r1INSMCLARY Stanford KentuckyjU h h u Au AU U George D HopperISuccessor to J 1C VanAredale Dealer ill Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds r ask n portion of the patronage of the people of Stanford and Lincoln county promising the best goods at the most reasonable prices George D Hopper Stanford Ky DANVILLE SHOE STORE Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald well Lanler DANVILLE KENTUCKY w orPALL IS ON US Wo are rendwith the goods Snappy stuff for Hon Women and Children Our school shoes cant bo beat Kdelenu Level Host and Honest Mike need no introduction SPLENDID INK TRUNKS DRESS SUIT CASES ETC Everything in Gents furnishing Muko our store headquartershen in Danville George T Crow Salesman Fall Hats For young1 Men We are IallW E Perkins k42Ywi eai4dZi4lyYd4Lli Crab OrchardKy Iy- r L The Interior Journal Entered in therosf office at Stanford at ueontlClatt matter fVlltlKHKU TUKMDAYH AND FKIDATr AT 100 PER YEAR CASH IWWhfln not to paid KOO will be charged FOR SALE 1 i Vare4 r Mt IWrkalibaiJumniid Bputhilown Mhmp Alto high Rnulri lnrllns a i HQllrpenllr Jlutulwllle S- yUMBRELLAS j Reconred and repaired and made almolt aa good RS new for a in amount I cal umbrella better tban the trampyourt GIve me a StanfordfIFor Sale Privately r yhoule and d0 acres at land ltuated just out ot town limits on the Somerset and loruonse has 7 rooms kttchen Tints room good cellar stan e Rod DI1 la i seeMsary outbuildings Water hydrant the yard and one for stock J p MLKy INSURANCELife and Piro Lightnlng HTHOOoHT end Accident Nam thu I LENT olllplnIII ltlprslntlod uunrun withes luyIIlSAItlO r ordjjiivquniivd fliilk MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Itesldtnco 1bone No 83 The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Kv Wn SHUOABS Proprietor ElKtilc Lights In very room Refurnished and under enUre New Management Bob the favorite porter meets all trains Jesse W Sweeney raoruiEToH 1tiVlllty Food and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rales t t J H IOONE ft CO PropriotorsaLIVERY STABLE Stanford Kv Good LlT ry Service at Reasonable Rates Street Also Dealers In Call on us on Depot Goal B DPeyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCAFtTGRSuccessor to Bruce k Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Ports In Connection WIH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The Intent In Jewelry Hllver Cat Ginas watches uiul Clocks In Hock First National f l Bank Stan-t r Capital Stock 50000 Thin Institution was originally established as the Deposit flank of Stanford In 1855 I then reorganized as the National Dank of and again reorganized ai the Pint National Oak of Stanford in 1882 having had practically an unlnter t rupted existence fur 43 years It Is better uppllad now with facilities for transact i ing business promptly and well than over bofarn In Us bang honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited J B Paxton J B Owsley L H Shanks W O Walker Ova W Carter B Foster L O Gooch W H Oummlns W Bright K L W H Shanks d Two Houses For Rent Vo cleil rr to rnt our place 54ndlo from TuriUrsvlIle Ucxxl ioiii und of liiinl Also home and binoksmlth slllJInTurner vllh with nero of ground Stoner James Me lift Turnvrxvllh Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there Is eo little difference In the price ol high grade ready made suits nod suit made to join nitasure taken by an ox perienced tailor I have a handsome 1 ne tprloggoc4i1 oannakafrntua low price bualdtss cull to the finest dress suit Also Spring overcoats and troun ers The company teprrsent is one of the best I also have a lino of gods I make up tnrielf for those who prefer it C KUPLKY the Tailor RESTORATIVE1 CUR- ESNERYOU5DEBLmr Pl112rolmentalpersooiklnujnietliinitbatruetjpoolinrfrrtnwnbonl halmINrvHtmCuresnttlt r trtn3l tpllnt i and other trouble du to orer ork klnir lrua hablu and other eaaea aeneetptlwldwithagearanrrPCrrCR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO U1 FOB BALK AT PENNYS DRUG BTOSE J l Beazley Co UudertaHers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Furniture MnttingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them n Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY mceAar Undertaker Embalmer and jf Dealer in IlarucjSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Oftlco Phone 1ST Home lhorAO 35 Officers J 8 HOOKEU Prest BT HAKKig V Pres J J MoROIIEUTS Ohr W H WEAR NAt Ohr Directors f Reid DtnTllle T Harris Stanford J Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford S II Ilauehman Stanford T 111111 Stanford Jss Robinson Ilnhble U Hauzhman Stanford J Inttui Stanford U E Tate Stanford I a LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITA STOCK 000000 Directors i I 6 J Successors to The Farmers Bank Tru t Company and under same management continuously for 3t years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoplnt such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Officers I n SHANKS Presldtai J B tattoo Vlra President- W M BRIGHT Oashlsi WO WALKER Asst Ossblcr FARMERS DEPARTMENT Col Underwood has brought 30 mule colts at 50 to SO I ICol Underwood raised a pumpkin that 62 pounds FOR RENT40 acres of grass land Mrs E E Harris Hubble reston Beck sold to will Robinson eight yearling mules at 118 Clayton Arnold sold two mule colts at Lancaster yesterday for 200 Wanted cattle to graze on 100 acres of grass Plenty of water Mrs F B Barnett Hustonvilie Ky Plans artrbulfig Tlmdabye Lexington business men to secure an appropria tion from the Legislature to establish a permanent fair in that city Many legislators are said to favor the plan For seed wheat the very best vats bushM KyInear Calgary Alberta bio has been bought for 400000 by President Smithof the Mormon church and the land will be colonized by Mormons S LANCASTER COURTThe cattle mar ket was dull and few were offered Mule colts were in demand at 10 to 100 yearlings at SSO to 115 aged mules at 100 to 110 Good horses sold at 125 to 150 The State Fair at Lexington closed with an immense crowd and the of ficers claim that the net profits will be over 10000 They will endeavor to se cure an appropriation from the next Legislature looking toward securing a permanent home for the fair at Lex entry book for the Ascot Park meeting to be held at Los Angeles Cal beginning November 30 and continuing for 90 days has been received here There arc 18 stakes to be run during the meeting The added money in these stakes ranges from 1000 to 2600 J W Brooks manager of the Jockey Club predicts great success for the coming meeting Mr Brooks is an old Crab Orchard boy who is succeeding admirably in the far West =Men Past 60 in Danger More than half of mankind over fin years of ago suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlargement of prostate gland This is both painful and dangerous and Foloys Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger as it corrects Ir regularities and has cured many old moo of thug disease Mr Itodm y lint nett Rock Port Mo writes I suffered with enlarged prostate gland and kidney trouble for years anti after tak ing two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure I feel better than I have for 20 years although I am now Ul years old Penny Drug Store Tim LEXINGTON TROTS Commence Tuesday Oct 3rd and continue for two weeks Every day a great stake is trotted and the races are filled with all the sensational horses of the North South East and West meeting at Lex ington for the first time this year The entry list is the largest ever received by any track In United States and Kentuckys Great Trots will be the ever known Ex roundtripand the best racing ever known in Ken tucky will be the attractions Remember the dates Oct 3rd to 14th Escaped Death It is not an uncommon experience for us to get u letter describing how the writer escaped death by taking Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin for Home violent and dangerous stomach or bowel Intlumatlon The gentle soothing curative puriflcatlvc action of tits pleasant syrup Is without any equal in the science of medicine Sold by O L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Ilustonvillo at fiOc and U Money hack if it falls Build HIGHLAND John G Baugh has bought the Hum phrey farm at Maple Swamp and will move to it Oct Rev Clarence Sipple preached at the Methodist church Sunday at 11 A Stand Rev Cannon preached his last sermon at this place for the present conference year that night Mrs John Reidof Indianapolis is visiting relatives here J S Young has gone to Kingman county Kanto visit his mother and other relatives Mrs James of Talmage Mercer coun tftls herevisitingher e8ATGIJ- ames Mrs Margaret Young has gone to Jessamine county to visit her daugh dnughjterarc sick An infant of Mr and Mrs H G Young was badly scalded by the over turning of a bucket of hot water but is doing very well under the clrcumstanc es John W Spires has his new house almost completed John Cash will move to Liberty next week where he sv7tl open a branch office for the Singer SeW- ing Machine Co Wo regret to give up Mr Cash and family =A Clear Complexion and Bright Eyes- In most ease it sallow blotched complexion nod dull heavy eyes are due to poor digestion and an Inactive liver Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels and makes tho complex Ion smooth and olenr Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does notmuiseatcor gripe and Is mild und pleasant to take lie fast substitutes Pennys Drug Store todayMrs BodyIf had Watched him n few minutes you would have seen him going into another one a A Remedy without a Peer I tint Chrmberlalnri Stomach and Liver Tablets more beneficial than any other remedy 1 over used for stomach trouble IISI4J P Kioto of Kdlna Mo For any disorder of the stomach biliousness or constipation these Tablets nrw without a peer For sale by all druggists DotS yo belieb dat Jim Johnson am reolly converted visitinhisdey hasntt had a mouthful ob chicken l Thomas L Johnson was renominated Cleveland STRANGE ADVICE v Dr C O Green rites alert lIal atlcntloa to liLa ircathulDluJtarLan contract gin our Almanac for many years pest we have iven unusual advice to those afflic lungtroubles specialbenefitbottle of German Syrup to consult their is the case in the advertising of many other remedies Our confidence in Ger man Syrup makes it possible for us to give such QVe know by the ex tierience of over 35 years that one Mcent bottle of German Syrup will speedily reo lIeve or cure time worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troubles that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup work wonders JXcw trial bottles ajc reg ular size 75c At all druggists For Sale at Pennys Drug Store TrotsILEXIN07ON GOTOBER 3141pfeFfwfrAvo7T17C ICGS SD Teber- sPaious urgethem Daily Grand Concerts 21000 Futurity Oct 3 Great 204 Pace Oct 7 5000 Transylvania Oct 5 3000 Walnut Hall CupOct9 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct U ONE OR MORE iTAKES DAILV Half Fare on All Railroads r Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford KyNo 8nisllfriu slier s 8 mllrs from Man ford limit u fuurgooJ nwmi talk Torch snj t ttranj flood tarn aid other building In good repair rUllo1 5ldwell fenced 30 aim In otl1tIlluo oniact to fruit tree rat rave Iioughtitcomblla irssail U largtn ant ear iotd artrzrs ras toukont st r9settr- tics M sere land Adjoining told for lId and fU TblslsBUrtslo No M 3StttrrtoleoslmltlulirUnd torn r la Irty count Ky on data Creeka- tributanuf the North Port of Kentucky river four relit ofrotl Titjlngln tblckoeM how 3 to ilx heat Hirer to the Mouth OfI sbavsereek A raUlollllunlt within wiles of tild rorty the limber rontlilt ok if ft Will tell ur fxcbtnga on Mir l No ItrrIconcrete flw Irda well la ktlcheu 111001111Tbecrtjr la gout repair ant can IK u No 43 rtio 11 sera i lendld Wage Und la IJ nroln county Two story a room ttune reel lhe I tenant boui s turnroom fororrr vu head of itMk luj til other o vutbulMlup all In goad rlr Clow to hutch shot Iaalomce nllnwd and In gsod neljhboriiool too atm In culllrtllon cot In and Umber etc This It an dial countrr home u all canTsnltncot on plat- ecdntte Well watered with II ntter fIIID Na31voany of oooblIK7cut In te en lion 40 arrt In pulura btUnro In lltnlr Dwell lag conUInt MTtn IIIIUI Large tarn and sit ore cuarvoutbulldtugi FnMnd buHdlngtlniplcn did Well 1rlreTM- uNotifdamollandlnFord count KM tlx mtlMlrura railroad nol 4t mile from ittaut river 8t eni7 armofttnd U river twliuni It IIntcIIoll and In pan TAIe land It for stir or cachings Naab lirnofUMaertt la Unroln nUllty Tbitw 1CUOlIIID1 a gout bimi and other cui- bullelopeaeh tiouo tarn etc abont I tie trnltr of tin acre All on musty road iI ills and La weld and well 0uljlullSo Twottorr framdwllrgof tin robe Iu ball Viranda towill atduorand all utter neccttar outbuilding Alto Urge bUcktmllb ibopCUHOandibMi length oftbop and ire vIIe pr nr will W Mid t a very low prim No eA farm ol Ir1crea four blla from xitu ford on rt pit lu the unIY well rnt OrnI dwelling INn all nryeulbutl logo Aplodldblugraufarm aid only 7emtouedrltfromcountyai Owner of line laro1IJololo thus bit moll rtluted ILt PDt acre Wao5rtbltalt17JO No U flay acm near ileatant Point Ky Krtma 6 roont and porch Harm and otb f outbiilMlngt I tla rulllf ttlon cot U tint txr Well witrd yardt Iron po toHc Khool and cburch lirt well on pike and In good com munltr IrtcolMO- No ISUOacn form milt of Crab Orchard Ky Britt dwelling I two tenant boute two bum well and prlng oar dwelling f aru to high Halt ol cultlratlon 149 acnt rlrer button Und rood fencing fruit sic lrlcw tl7 an trr NotA ilk firm it IllghlaaJ Kwell Improv eJ wets wtlereJ eU Irk To- oscp6aaeloflanloniamertuwn nu4 south of Dunnrlll too acres In culilntton thuut vd acrea In Umber an j teat In grips AUrg new Inn dwell Inealto an oU dwelling on pUc A new ton tic ones Ills well wttertJ anj the ftntlnr K rood On public rod i1klaooo- No I 111000 acres of cotton land In Mlttlttlrp Then It no section of country which offer so many orpoitunltlet fur rrohUbl Invtureent at th MIls a Del which It now hay described Prow tlrlhMUatn thalluumerrM Iron the North whets the urplyot tlmhrrlt tail Jtmlnlihlnr are contunily Incrnvlnr their per thaws of timber UnJs In the South HMrlthtlm- bee It removed the lint it une iuie4 for agtkultu Ml purpose s It will produce a tale of cotton to tM scr or will grow an other kind uf crop raited In the Ilm l1 tone The toll rirelt no fertllliert in j gIves aykliducheannotH aeledtiara anPew- M U perfect nan who buya Delta lira and timber UnJ at present prket It making an vestment that be will never regret This landltdl vUej Into tracts ranging from 40 acres toms tract to 11000 acres to Ihe start inj riketlrocijl per acre to 16 per acre according to oration etc We at authorliej by lhe company who owns thet UnJi to sui that at other patties ate contUerlnf tM rcNs of brae lands that w5 offer then tract sub- ttoprineUIeIthsraalfrom market or china In pike wlthont folk when notified they wilt hold any tart out of mirket lone tnough fort purchaser to make an Invettljritkn Atone 11000 aero of this lanl has ton soll Ih Cons rlny since w recdvd thlt option Ior further par Iculars can aloe ofNo MA Inn ol tat tftIIla Coy coualy Kj Onll and onhtll ttoty dwelling with sit room gooit barn and acres limbermelt acre lo rultltailnn n In tr t lc 17w1I on county real elom to churchMi etc Trie only 100 C0l1oIY1IUidateln rivrrr particular cue good deell Ing with linpruretncnM JO ncntt of fine Und close to Southern railroad tries ID 000 19 yditacretofland our Crate Orchard cbeip House J senlceaofn tnld lli HKvd whlto woiiinii to do work for fumlly of two Him must Iw mast and ro Goal home and WJUM to Sire A l Underwood Box iUorhin Ky No 70Fouraemdfland and a ale 01 gory ilx rmm franidwtlllngln McKlonryKytwarC works In kitchen and ra ni mull Dar outhullillog 11at well febud b and In goo l repair tluue aloniit ii t sod la newaiid waony ak list1 for lb wjwlerwrwtjr No Mranu ot 111 arm In Ct r county Two itery frtmt dwelling two gwl harm I ntuer oulbulldlDgt In gout rrralr t ul ndlu tobacco tMNonw lea story I loom mm dwelling and old dwUln In lair condition liana and other out building On county rood tplenilld Inbacro land welt watered two wcllt spring etc this It a do itrabl Dams lrlf IISJ WilanburgProllingl tiontland la 8ellIIrbood clIMe to Kliool I70UNo snob cellar and II acrrelandIerllllat well and tprlPg ntllli rlatclcNo1Two dory brim dwelling 7 room ball ant rtranda garden facing sad bmss 1- 0ICI renalr For sal or rent lrlc reawcabl No 0i Ftrw of Ito tree illutied near King Till Kyt to tcrea in outlttilon sy In timberitst In tee a well wslercJ two roool barns sod other Uwelllopruopntlvrlyschool puiloRlr C n depot 1roceltr net on plktand county rotd sad It the must firm In that tectlon WI will tell the who farm lor R 400 or la ptrclaofnotlee tbtn rift to tultpunbiicr TbU U certainly theapproren No 51 Dwelling of room with to acts Und In Moraland Oool turn sod Dar out build lop t IIln In1I4 orchard t acre in twmwllaltueuloulrltsfy00Na tlculir addr riCVnUal Kentucky Real 141st Ks th sgA T1rlI Ky No W7aburlIll1tla fa Mr Nndltloal oo toullh tulle on 1101 watetel nrnr falling tiprlnf lritw 0 tit M HouMinu Siemof 101111 McKln 03k MtctMirj oulbulMlntt Keorlni food wiurrd Will sell thli place on raiy 7b29 tcrrt of gas Isnt ill ronint two lIor ilvulllof well watered fowl lacing It t1eubutbaofahec11yo1Slaaford the tallrailtd trhoni an l rhurebn T h rabl hm Vrttt rnuontl No 37en mfnmfrottyand on acts land la KlDntlll Ky bars barn imok bout rplrldrNu 7oTnernoflaodteo story front tilt tag oven rooms bill vie llouw new a goal ganlcn and ipltn4d orchard ot Lets tcncloi noil twattablM bun boo smut bout vie A good wll on ritre then It aio a tool mill th plate a g cruihtr In mill U U run by nil urII ewer which It i Crest tnlDOIII ma tbll dosJIe In lood repair Will it a Of ut or lea INoC Kramn bOIIlarca room double versa Kit A late 3 story itorcrooa fronting M let tram haul np ililrt lulls ttorw nmins 2nIcecollagnnicely lurnttktJ AlirRpNa Yscant lot stloinlrlM rt rent 10- 0htdeep AlloUhl property lato Lobon Ky monyloprtnor r month On srcaunl of health hit wlf only rraton fortelllog proprietor detlret to tbiDi countySa rolltge wsltr kitchen A good taro coal bout vie and a good garden frtcvlAN- Ho 3A until firm ons acre of good lead located close lo town Price tj 3S Mrc In Allen county Ky on tall road and pike about 60 act cullivaed about 113 la timber and trait and about ISO In grass Timber on place b cut to 18 inches but will make barrel timber shins lea lira And cord wood enough to pay for the place twice over A Urge part bi true ed There are tour dwelling of room rich and one st4rl of IwoKtorli with room above has wells and spring of water Is la I ranee of countv seat and crows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for f2000nebaltbcast countyKbuilt years ago Hlrnmand water beerIlia latter month of the year It la an up loiUte ruder mill with burn for corn and meal bolt The engine U off vean run II acre with the mill Including what Is with the bouc of mobs All for HS30 or IV 500 Inc the mill and 14 acres One half cash Hat Due radii No sold In 10 n lie Jio TsVCO srr t of Und rear Junction Cllfrul IOIdT3acminculdnllon nstlognaanl- ceyoungorrhardml oeoftaetoil grape br Uiri In k told 1 wo iwindi entlad year Well watered sal f oilsg goodtllwe lo Km and curcet A Iwo tory us room feulUrn crlU etc all in good repair 1rlco IJJW No MIi Len ol unimproved land In Irea count Mol4nillra rIO Stilton en Iron Mounliln rula Will aell ni Caching fatjproiwrt IJncolncounty The Gibraltcr of Rockcastle County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK- OF BRODHEAD KY Ollerl tn the People n Snfo nUll Conservative Hanking Hystcm Avconntfl nt Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited fj Give IIi your liiisincss ntul we n pleasant atilt irofltnblo relation Iny a per cent interest on nil deposits of S100or more when left in the hank and not checked upon for n period of six months 6 J W HUTCHESON Cashier 250 NOVELS 250 A Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Reading Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourself WILL N CRAIGDruggist and Optician Woman Wanted Idoelrutoengngohit speotablunnd- without Incumbrnncu 1I11oIrolll FOR SALE ThriK 40xrn feet ttandnnt Oulle- ewhlteTnrllaulluabtxbluforwogols cover tenth tc II or bv puce or cln III wugon sheets ISxsl fort for toes than wholcsule cot Onll on or nddrrai J H COU1KU Crab Orclmrd Ky a y