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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a Fl F THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1905 NO 60 Resolutions Of Respect WHEREAS tho Supreme Commander of the Universe In Hit Infinite wisdom has called from earth td that tent on high our beloved Sir Knight Ira Mnlan Gootrr TjrrSept WtV 0903 j ccd2i years Resolved tat That In his death the Waynes burg Tent Knights of tho Maccabees has lost a most worthy member his father a kind and dutiful son his sis ters and little brother n loving nlTec tlonato companion tho Baptist church R devout Christian worker and the com munlty n most noble and worthy citi zen2nd That wo greatly deplore the loss of our worthy sir knight who was taken away In the full bloom of youth while tho pure life he hnd always lived was spreading so much sunshine along his pathway For a good namoU rath er to bo chosen than great riches Dut our loss U his eternal gain 3rd That wo extend to the Ixiroavcil family and relatives of tho deceased our heartfelt sympathy In their great lou and commend them to Him who doeth nil things well 4th That wo shall oVur cherish the memory of our esteemed sir knight and n bow In humble submission to tho divine will of our blessed Master 5h That a copy of thOdo resolutions be prend on the minute books of our tent n copy sent to tho sorrowing tam ily of tho deceased and a copy sent to the iNTUtilOR JOUUNAL and to the Beehive for publicationI11 11 SISOLETON I M G UCYNOLDSi Com R D Jockey Tod Sloan Is Very Particular The following story has juL beenI told by King Leopold of the Bel gians the most democratic of the monarchs to a friend I was dining said his majesty In a Paris restaurant und noticed nt a table next to me Too Sloan theI American jockey whom I Laid often seen on long Champs race course While waiting for my dinner I saw him taste some tried potatoes that had been brought him and tell the waiter angrily to take them away I was n little annoyed added the Kingas I had also ordered fried JK tatoes and when they came up I had no difficulty In discovering that they were tho samo which the Jockey hndI just refused And asked his friend you im mediately summoned the restaurateur nnd had the waiter discharged ClNo said tho King it was true they had been cooked with rancid but ter and were very nasty but I ate them as I thought It would Injure the business of tho place If I sent them away again Which shows ho added that a jockey can afford to be more particular than a KingIThree Jurors Cured Of Cholera Miirbu with one small bottle of Chamberlain1 Colic Chol era and Dlarrooa HellledIMr O W Fowler of Hljrhtowor Ala relates an experience ho hail I Vhlle serving on a petit Jury In n mur I Ocr lao tit Kdwarilsvlllo county stint lot IpboUI11l county Alabama Ho nays While there I ate some fresh moat and some Hutto moat and It gave mo iholcrn tnorbu In n verysevro form I was never moro sick In my lifo and sont to the drug store for n certain cholera mixture but tho druggist sent me a bottle of ChanilH rlalnn r Colic Cholera und Diarrhoea Remedy Instotul Kaylng that he mud what sent for but thud this medicine WUlIiU much better he would rather send It to mo In tho fix 1 was in I took one doso of it and was better In live min utes The second doso cured mo entirely Two fellow Jurors were uallctcl in the sumo manner and one 25 cent bottle cmed tho throe of us For sale by nil druggist IThe Preacher Why If Im not mis taken I married you three years ago p Mr IIlRson know but you see wo have been divorced since nnd now wo have decided to remarry The PreacherYoull have to ItOI elsewhere Im not running n repair shop Got off Cheap Ho may well think ho has got olT cheap who niter having contracted constipation or Indigestion la ntlll able to perfectly restore IIH health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings Now Lifo Illls A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache constipa thong etc 2VJ nt G L Penny drug store Stanford and Lyno Hros Crab Orchard guaranteed r Tho Woodf9rd Fiscal Court has been asked to grant an extension of time on the franchise for the building of tho VersaillesFrankfort electric railroad Fire at Spokane Wash destroyed property worth 200000 HUSTONVILLE Carroll Reid is at home for a few days torJlaInlt llJnttwoGuess who 7 Mrs Lola Matthews and children of Stillwater bklu ore guests of C P Brown and wife Lutes Co shipped to Cincinnati n car load of 235 pound hogs all barrows for which they paid a fancy price D C Allen bought of It C Nunnelley 3S 2CO pound hogs at 4c I have n 178ncre farm of good hemp and tobacco land would divide to suit purchaser Good fourroom house and tenant house Large barn that will hold 15 acres of tobacco well watered and In fine neighborhood Possession in tO days Price O per acre and terms easy Call on W It Williams The Educational Association of tho Eighth Congressional district will meet hero In Alcorna Opera House Oct 20 at II U There are over 409 members of tho association and at least one half of thorn itroux octod to attend Newton Bros 14soat passenger automobile will meet and transport them from and to Moreland At Lebanon on Wednesday the ball game between Hustonvillc and Lebanon was largely attended and exciting throughout Lebanon doubting their ability to defend us secured George Champion of Ixubville one of the best amateur pitchers in the State to make things sure but our boys with Frye In the lox whom they couldnt loach de tented them 11 to Mrs Annie Englcman gave an ele gnat dinner of seven courses last week honor of the following gentlemen from our city James Yowell Henry Baughman Charley Uohon Joe Will Houtt Smith Powell and Milton Mc- Cormack nil of whom report the most delightful evening of their eventful lives the thoughts of which away down lifes dim distant pathway willever servo as the resplendent radium from serene skies shining on Gods people in their old Kentucky home OrchardTo The Voters Of Mag isterial District MX FKLLOW CITIZENS In answer to tho many inquiries us to how I stand on tho different questions that are dc cided by the fiscal court I willsay first I came out In the Interest of and to guard the rights of the taxpayers of Lincoln county and have never pledged myself to any man and am not running in tho Interest of anyone man us to tho road question Second For my purl I will get reports nnd systems from other counties and devised aytems that will be for the least money and will got the best re sults I am In favor of all roads hav ing tools furnished und aa for labor on roads I mean dirt roads although pikes and nil belong to the county while the man who works on the pike gets pay and all our Hast End pewplowho live on dirt roads have to make their own roads and pay taxes to keep up the pikes und I believe they should bo compensated In some way Now I am sure this will bo- n satisfactory answer to my enquirers I will say I have had no little exper ience in courts and if elected to this im portant olllco I will give tho people of this county my best services The good people of Crab Orchard say they will stand by me so this means before the polls close on election day I will say I came I saw and I won RespectfullyD J SMITH HEAL COMIC annTic people of Central Kentucky will hae n rare op portunity to see a splendid comic operant the Danville Opera House next Mon tiny evening October 2nd when the Herald Square Opera Company will present Said Pasha The Danville Opera House is now under now manage ment nnd has been completely remodeled and beautified Tho opera to be pre sented Wednesday evening is made for laughing purposes but withalcontains many of the rare exquisite vocal gems duets quartets and ensembles which hag made It so popular everywhere Tho adventures of Huydad in search of tin imaginary long lost daughter to be recognized by a porus plaster between the shoulders Is very ludicrous The burlesque three cornered duel between the two montebanks and the Pasha is a laugh pnducer of high water mark While In winter the Herald Square Company produces the more pretentious operas tho summer and early full months are given over to tho lighter kind which is now termed relIned burlesque nnd in this capacity its reputation for clean wholesome musical comedy Is a very envious one Stanford people who wish to attend this perform anco may have tickets reserved by ad dressing Adams and Embry Mgrs Danville Opera House Danville Ky Prices 75c 50c and 35c INEWS NOTES tho Fir t National Bank of Orrville Ohio closed its doors Bruno H Goltu wealthy druggist shot and killed himself In n Chicago hotel u The Kentucky Veterinary Association Is holding its annual meeting at Shel byvilleWheeler II Peckham n prominent New York lawyer died suddenly of passengers were injured in a wreck on the Rio Grande road near Glencoe Col Five children were cremated in n fire which destroyed their home at Fort Dodge Iowa David Murray a prominent citizen of Millwood Ga was assassinated while eating supper The eighth annual convention of tho Notional Association of Postmasters Is being hold at Dayton 0 A careful estimate of the losses in Sundays fire at Butte Mont places the aggregate at 600000 Charles Denton a wellknown Nash ville real estate man was shot and killed there by E It Horn Joseph T Carew a Cincinnati capital ist has been appointed a trustee of tho Cincinnati Southern railway The smallest number of now cases of yellow fever in New Orleans since early In August was reported on Wednesday- A JGycarelil girl in New York has confessed to writing Black Hand let ters to her father in order to secure money Cat Newton indicted for killing George Smith and on in Franklin coun ty will not be tried until the January term of court William H Kirkpatrick a prominent insurance man of Philadelphia was found dead under circumstances indica tive of suicide Lexington expects to secure within a year an ample supply of natural gas from Menefco county and the pipe line franchise in the city has been sold Forty or more persons were wounded In n riot on the streets of Budapest After two hours of fighting the police succeeded in dispersing the combatants The highest price ever paid in Lex ington for bank stock was paid for 50 shares of tho Fayettc National Dunk the amount ranging from 25125 to 25260 Walter Ellison proprietor of a store at Emporia Ind was shot in the face by an unknown man who rushed into the building tired on Ellison nnd made his escape Suit will soon be filed to declare Charles G Hcnning legally dead lien ning was a clerk in the Bank of Louis ville and disappeared October 8 1898 leaving n shortage of 8000 Several hundred citizens of Cleveland called on John D Rockefeller ut his homo at Forest lull to express their esteem for him as a citizen nnd a busi ness man Brief addresses were made to which Mr Rockefeller responded The reported discovery of the yellow fever germ by bacteriologists at New Orleans Is positively denied Scientists claim tohavodiscoveredsomcthing that some think may prove to be the germ but no positive statement is vouchsafed Secretary of War Tuft und most of the members of the party which left with him lust July for tho Far East reached San Francisco on tho Korea The steamer broke tho Transpacific record making the trip from Manila In u little over ten days Judge Denton in the Clark circuit court refused to vacate the bench in the contempt proceedings against Judge James Hargis for alleged complicity in tho enticing away of witnesses in tho damage suit of Mrs James B Marcum for the murder of her husband Gov Beckham has ordered the Hop klnsville and Bowling Green companies and n detachment from the Frankfort battery under command of Muj Ed ward Watt to guard W It Fletcher and Guy Lyons at thejr trial in Russell ville for alleged assault on Mary Glad den Evidence before the Legislative Com mittee in New York yesterday developed tho fact that Senator Depew had been u participant in one of the Equi table Assurance Societys syndicate transactions Senator Depew will be summoned to testify before tho com mittee Like Finding Money Finding health Is like finding money so think those who are sick When you have u cough cold sore throat or chest Irritation butter act promptly like W C Barber of Sandy Level Vu Ho says I had u terrible chest trouble caused by smoke and coat dust on my lungs but after find Ing no relief In other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for con sumption coughs and colds Great est sale of any cough or lung medicine In tho world At G L Pennys drug store Stanford and Lyne Bros of trab Orchard 60c and guaranteed Trial bottle free 1s IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Miss Iva Nelson tiged 21 is dead at Bondville Mercer county Kentucky Daughters of Rtbekah are holding their State convention at Rich mond TJio residences orJ P Conway and William Heath situated on Queensbury Heights Middlesboro burned Edward B Hume forjnerly president of the Hume Cooperage Company and W S Hume Co tiled petition In bankruptcy ut Richmond Liabilities 12923027 assets S7291 The following corporations filed arti cles with the secretary of State Pine ville Water Supply Co Bcll county capitol 20000 Harrodsburg Trust Co capital 30000 Kentucky Hardwood Lumber Co Wayne county 80000 William Setxer shot Daniel Woods twice with a shot gun loaded with small shot In Clay county GOehot taking ef feet in Woods body He is seriously wounded nnd may die Setzer was Woods tenant and trouble came up over both claiming apples growing on n farm rented to Setzer- A reunion of veterans of the war of 1861 to 18C5 will be held under theuus piccs of James Huinprey Post 81 De partment of Kentucky on Saturday Oct 7 1905 at Jenkins old voting place Speaking camp fires n museum consisting of war relics etc and n quick dinner of coffee crackers and bacon for soldiers and their wives All citizens with their families are respect fully solicited to attend nnd bring suf ficient dinner for themselves and vial tors This difference in our dinners Is made for these reasons It will be a love feast for soldiers and an object les son for the young It will vividly Illus trate the difference between a soldiers life and a citizens It will showjjn connection with aliCe m the tented field on the march through mudand rain and on the battlefield the great sacrifice made by the soldiers for the union of tho leading power of the world Come with your hearts full of charity and thankfulness for the great blessings of the past year Let us make this a great day in the old soldiers school of patriotism James E King com Joab Rigney past commander and chaplain MATRIMONIAL The Stole convention of the W C T U begins a five day session nt Lon don today Wickliffe Caldwell aged 21 and Miss Nettie Lee 16 were married at Mar tin Middletons on tie 27th It is again rumored that theboy King of Spain is to be married shortly the prospective bride being the Princess Ena of Battenburg n niece of King Edward of England Sarah F McDaniel at Owensboro for the fourth time sued for divorce from Rufus P McDaniel On the three previous occasions the couplo reached an agreement us the separation was about to be granted Judgo and Mrs It A Burnside announce the engagement of their daugh ter Mary Landram a charming and accomplished young lady to William Brent Metcalf n well known and popular young man of Nashville Ian sas Tho wedding will take place the latter part of October nt the home of the bride only relatives of both parties being present and it will be a vary quiet affair Record CHURCH MATTERS The now Christian church at Glasgow will be dedicated Sunday Tho Christian Church State Conven tion is arousing unprecedented interest in Maysville Eld W G Montgomerys meeting nt Bradfordsvillc resulted in 11 additions to that church Rev 0 M Huey is holding a pro tracted meeting at Crab Orchard but ho will fill his regular appointments at the Baptist church here Sunday The annual conference of tho Metho dist Episcopal church South is in ses sion at Leitchfield The Methodist Episcopal conference is being held in LexingtonRev R Noel closed a few days meeting with Olive and Pleasant Point churches of which ho Is pastor Visi ble results 14 by baptism one by res toration nnd two by letter A Remedy without a Peer I find Chemberlulns Stomuuh und Liver Tablets more beneficial than any other remedy I ever used for stomach trouble says J P Klote of Kdlna Mo For any disorder of the stomach biliousness or constipation these Tablets are without a peer For sale by all druggists Examination by the State chemist has developed the fact that adulterated quantitiesinTwentyeight fire insurance agents have been indicted at 0 for alleged violation of the State anti trust laws if J i cI QualityA LatestIStyles POPULARSTOR Ei3known by four important cliaracteriitica The superior quality of its goods 2 An eagerness titer lute styles and novelties This is the foundation prkeptof my hiitiriefei and I have strictly held to the above principle That i11m reusoii why my store has grown to bo known yourUIIIJ fItown This include n selection of new und stylish Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc Of course everybody know that this is headquarters tor Shoes as I have tho exclusive sale ol the All America 8050 ami 84 Shoes the best fur tho money iu tho U S Come and try a pair We invite everybody within n days ride to conic and Inspect pHr stock of goods and seo the BARGAINS ve iiuve for you Lowest Prices Perfect Service SAMROBINSONSTANFORD r Buy your Superior Grain Drill Oliver Plow Tiger Disc Harrow and Armour Fertilizer fromYasp W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY TillS IS PATRICK atass He is a warm num ber He will keep the i coldchills from run ning down your back See write or phone 5 H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky The Pennsylvania Lines Wili imvp Very Low OneWny Kates to points in California Oregon Aushiiigton ive uml iiitenne iliutc points every day from Sept lr to Oct JJ1 hull information can he obtained nt City Ticket Ollico Fourth aril Walnut Sts Station Pearl and IJntliT Streets Cincinnati 0 Abbotts office Coy ington Kyor write Geo W Weedon A G P A Cincinnati Ohio W B McRobertsDRUGGIST ISells Kurlees featly Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil jAlso A Tested iiid SureBed Bui Destriiyef r K e t r r fThe Interior Journal t E C WALTON J DEMOCRATIC TICKET t For Eenator R L HUBBLE tVorKepretlntatlve J M ALVERSON County Judges C WARREN fForCounty Attorney S BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For County Cleric GEORGE B COOPER For Asspstor W A CARSON For Superintendent coolsi GARLAND SINGLETON For Jailer W HERRIN t tiTiii magnitude of railroad mileage1- 1m is simply astounding Re u cent statistics show that the length of the railroads of the world was 537 105 miles on December 31 1901 of which 270386 miles were in America 187776 in Europe 46592 miles in Asia 15649 miles in Africa and 16702 miles in Australia The total value of the railroads of the world according to these statistics is 43000000 000 of which the European roads figI ure for 22000000000 The estimate y for rolling stock has follows in num bers Locomotives 150000 passenger coaches 225000 and freight cars 3000000 t AT the present rate the Panama Canal wont be built in the present century Nothing of consequence has been done on it after three years talk and it is stated that the Commission is spending 650000 a month killing i mosquitoes and building plank hotels It begins to look like we have bitten t oft more than we can chaw TOM LAWSON says that insurance off- icialss have stolen over 150000000 and that at least 100 men will go to prison after the investigation now under way is completed We have little doubt of the first proposition but fear there is little danger of the rascals getting their deserts in jail A MAN who lives at Bowling Green Ky and a woman of Springfield 0 were married the other day after a constant correspondence of 18 years He probably thought it was cheaper to marry than to buy postage stamps HERE it is again A New Jersey Judge has decided that a man must pay the debts contracted by his wife before marriage thus putting another stumbling block in the path of matrimony W OWEN MciNTYRE who changes his business about as often as the aver age man does his shirt will start a new paper at Harrodsburg known as the News The first issue will appear Oct 1 TilE Somerset Journal suggests Capt R M Jackson of London for Representative A capital idea We hope the gallant captain will take the matter under serious consideration A BEAUTIFUL and interesting illustrated Sunday supplement is another new and good feature of that progressive paper the Kentucky State Journal DONT forget to register Tuesday next POLITICAL L R Wharton has been made post master at Mitchellsburg- Secretary Shaw in a letter to a Re publican club at Des Moines announces that he will retire from the Cabinet on February 1 The protocol adopted by the commis sioners of Sweden and Norway provides for a neutral zone on either side of the frontier between the two countries The tie between W C Herndon and James T Buford for the Democratic nomination for Police Judge at Frank fort was decided in Mr Herndons fa vor by the tossing of a coin Gov Beckham has appointed W F Black of Princeton county Judge of Caldwell county to fill the unexpired term of W S Randolph deceased Judge Black is the Democratic nominee for election this fall The County Republican Committee heard the contest between J R Elliott and Joseph Atkinson forthenomination for Magistrate in the Second district of Mercer county and threw them both out and gave the nomination to Jesse Reed HarIrisonasking democratic nominee for Senator from that district This is the outcome of the verdict for 3500 returned against him in the slander suit by Miss Eliza beth Whitaker ter no vote if you live In oreRowland h KINGSVILLE A great deal of sickness prevails fn this vicinity Born to the wife of Logan Walls n girland to the wife of Mr Chambers a boy Mrs J II Hugljes of Macon GaI has arrivedto visit her sister Mrs D M Creighton Mr and Mrs Will Routen lost their infant son The remains were interred in Pleasant Point graveyard- Dr C M Thompson went to Lexington and Cincinnati on business At Lexington ho closed a deal with the American Tobacco Co for 10 car loads of hogsheads Miss Virginia Johnson went to Verona Sunday to spend two weeks with relatives and friends Wm Gooch and wife of McKinney were guests qf George Rigney and family Sunday John Davidson has returned from a visit to Indiana- Mrs Meredith Francis met with a se rious accident while visiting in Lexington during the fair She fell from high porch at Mr Cash Leachs and breke her left limb She is now at StI Josephs Hospital and is doing as well as could be expected Miss Mattic Thurmond who has been the guest of Dr Thompsons family has returned to Somerset Will Mur phy and family have moved to Junction City Miss Anna Murphy is visiting at Junction City Charley Trusty and far fly have moved to Junction City The remains of Christopher Gooch were brought home Saturday from New Mexico and interred in Pleasant Point graveyard Deceased was about 31 years old and had been absent about 12 years He was a conductor on a rall road in N1i1and was assassinated PREACHERSVILLE Some cherry trees at John NaylorsI are in bloom and so are apple trees at J T Bingamans Misses Nellie and Cornelia Hobbs will visit relatives and friends here soon Mr and Mrs Wm Shaw visited at Joe Lunsfords- B T Lunsford lost a mule the other day and spent three or four days look- Ing for it After a reward of 5 had been offered John Colson found the an imal one mile awayat Jesse Foxs Rev R F Jordan was sent by the- M E conference to Burnside He had been pastor here for two years Rev Green Toddof Washington county was sent to this charge Services at the M E church the second Sunday in each month Miss Alpha Naylor has been quite sick Willie and Mary Anderson children of D M Anderson arc sick of malaria W C Cummins is threatened with typhoid fever B T Lunsford has been complaining J T Binga man has blood poison in his thumb- J T Blankenship and family of BarI xmrville visited his father Mr Henry 31ankcnship who continues in a pre carious condition dile to nervous exhaustion Sam Ballard and family and Sam Adams visited at B T Lunsfords Miss Laura Cummins of Kansas City tlo who was the attractive guest of her couisins the Misses Cummins has returned home J Q Naylor will spend a week at Stanford Infirmary to have his eyes treated He has been blind for two years Here and There T Edgar Pemberton the English playwright Is dead Two hundred job printers are on a strike at Buffalo N Y The Kentucky State Liquor League is in session at Bowling Green Thomas Mattingly a Springfield young man was killed by an L N trainMose Mitchell shot James Halley also colored to death in a crap game at Winchester Safeblowcrs wrecked the vault of a private bank at Eldorado Ill and escaped with between 8000 and 10000 In an early morning pistol fight on the street at Columbus Ind William Allen a butcher was killed and George Smitha a policeman wounded At the public sale of property belonging to the estate of Col D G Col son a lot at the corner of Cumberland Avenue and 19th street Middlesboro brought 100 a front foot Large crowds are still attending the meetings at the Baptist church There have been several confessions and much good is being done for the public gen orally Lancaster Record Prof L Eddy wellknown teacher of sign language dropped dead while teaching a class at the State School fore Deaf at Danville lIe was about 75 years of age and has been with the present institution for a number of years lIe was a Presbyterian minister and would often preach to the mutes in sign language A Clear Complexion and Bright Eyes In most eases a sallow blotched complexion and dull heavy eyes are duo to poor digestion and an Inactive liver Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels and makes the complexion smooth and clear Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does notnauseateor griped Is mild and pleasant to take Re fuse substitutes PennY Drug Store t fr I j Men Past 60 in Danger More than halt of mankind over Iyears of ago suitor from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlarge ment of prostato gland This U both painful and dangerous and Foloyuj Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger as it corrects Ir regularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Rodney Burnett Hock Port Mo writes I suf fcroil with enlarged prostate gland and kidney trouble for years and after tak lag two bottles of Foloys Kidney Cure Ifeel better than have for 20 yeas although I am now 01 years old Pennys Drug Store p F P Burrus sold to D L Sims a 2 yearold jack for 400 Squire RoynlttI bought 150 barrels of corn Tcrhune at 160 shucked in the field Harrodsburg Herald Capt Herndon says that if microbes get in our lake wo can send for some InjIM Witte the senior Russian ponce plenipotentiary has returned to St Ie tersburg anti was given an enthusiastic welcome Chamberlains Cough Remej dy i This Is a medicine of great worth and m rltTry It when you have uj cough or cold and you are certain to lobe pleased1 with the quick relief it affords It is pleasant to take and can always be depended upon For sale by all druggists For Sale Privately loHtr for wile privately my Minill home tontlttlrig of six nerve of land near trabl OrchRnl 1011 the Fall Lick rOUlI of hula from town Thrru Is on It u good orch sal anti fruit of nil kind My houo run lame tlx room and also it tenant house n good wvll and n loot cliUrn nt t h door und all necetunry outbuilding 1Oslon giv en nt once MtiG31lAyNrrah A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Oweley Building NEW LIVERY STABLE oaf k ClABSSCS Inn UNCTION CITY KYr- irttCUtt Tnrnonti at Reiooabli aatet Sped Attention to Turf llnjc Men and Day For alli H F HILLEN MEYER I SONS Blue Crass NurseriesL- esingron KY Offer for the Fall of MA n full ttoclc of fruit n ml ornamental trw nllll vines inmr uuutli fruits rhubarb nbrub etc We employ no agent but veil direct to the planter Catalogue on application McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS ICcXianoy Sy Having bought the McKinney HollerMlllii and secured the itrvlcrt of Mr W M Dud drrar an experienced miller I ftfll warrant ed In offering to the public a mill second to none In grinding or work of any kind Thu machinery U II In good repair and the pro duct of It itandt econd to none In this arc LIon Ouitom grinding n ipeclalty I will ill no keep on of all kind which I will c4IUt the lowest market price liny Ke d Ktr alwayitlii itock I want to buy our wlllIIt and will you lbs hlgheel elllh market price for l- lJHMUIUMIY McKinney Ky PUBLIC SALE I wIll wait ilL publteilrnt myplneoknown an tho Martini Martin farm u tulle from Stanford on VKDXKhDAY OUT The fallowings tfiOxhockaof corn and fod der it ktack of huyiOL u heliiof Jrlnh pota toes 3 bUt hilI of tweet Ioluloco 2 home I verse wagon and hnrnen plowxand farm ing Implement generally 2 row good Hhorthornt 15 lIon of elder for vimgar 29 intcrnppirrlcCKKMMHIx till turn over tin hail negotiable note payable In one of the Stanford banks required U UiMMINH Stanford Ky In the MstrUt fourt of tho Inlted Htiiten for the utlrn district of Kentucky In iNinkruptcy In the mutter of John AChappella bank rupt lUo on eonNderingthepetltlonoftheuforr milil bankrupt for IIbchllrjl llledonthe2 Gth day of September A HtIIIG It Is ordered by the court Unit a Lad a rot thu name on the 10th day of Oclolivr llufiIrore onld court lit OOllIlItOIl ht add iIIN trlct ut 10 oclock In the forenoon or in near thereto n prnctlcablivind that notice there of Iw published one time In Tag IXTKUIOH JornvAlii nevipaxT printed In oald din trlct and all known cre lltor nnlothlnro- nwIn Interest may apiKaratwild ti lot ii lid place unit show cau elf any they have why the prayer of sold iivtltloner nhould not be g Inter Wltneti the Honorable A bL J Coclinin Judge of Mild Court and the fceal thereof lit of daySrptrwtJon C KlvsEU Irk WC DES NETT HC Do You Want a Homer to we can furnish you ono any kind of varietytitrnieeiwellingand butlnem proponltlon If You Want a Farm write whnt kind of n place you urn look ingercleatedhow muchyou ImprovemeiiU are to Invest and any other artlnrntlnfonuhtlon We have fauns of all dire character and prlcei and we are certain to Interest you If you pre on the market A postal earl will bring you one of our printed lists OKNTKALKY REAL KBTATK 00 II K Youxo President Lebanon Ky f r Ladies Shoes We are a little later than usual but our stock is now in and ready for you and we can show we think the swel lest styles we have ever offered to you IJttltfllllf t++++++ +++ The Ultra + oonaooaa You nil know tt It is iimtlo dilUircnt nnd we think better tiiun any tthor ladies high grnrlo Shoo It IMS h Intont Insole which makes it Very Softjto the root Vorj Flaxi blc It is doubly Jtnycd through tho vamp milking it almost iinpotfililo for it to logo or change its cluipc Price to nil SSflO jiOoiilo lealHotii J We carry a large stock of cheaper goods ladies bals 150 and 200 in regular lining or wool lined Our 150 kid shoes with or withoutpatent tips are perfect and all leather and t good styles Our 200 is especially fine swell lasts itary heels heavy soles and for one who doesnt want high price shoe 4t++ 14 11 ++ HI FOR SALE The Jim Walker liven farm of 1W acre of tortile Mild with good Improve menu and water tnr roan About uw ncr NcKlniyaiidlnlnsIA IntiIk mllei Wettot K I Tnnr A 1111 UrthIn tight of u one Terntu KliVAlrt A fcOnS lltisloii llleKy Two Houses in Crab Orchard For Sale I delre to tll prlllttl two IIIIUes In Ornu Orchard One U n of s room wllh Two goad siring outbuildings The other nat asplendid hereof landant onelioUMOl I mom residrnee arflhen houertrStable comparatively new 11 nrd MooreUrab Ur churl K- yMcKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Manufacturer of Jean IJnscys Finn n l lIIlInkh and Yarn Scud usyuurwad W- etlk1oot In for work the nmrket price SatbnetlonlufornlutlolCall or write prices and Agent wanted THE VERDICT Scrrcadoors window lerttu nlld scrtwn- lug lIltlll Fluor sickle UII Store bale JurtnlnN Shluiue Ioir tltUllolIIurthrre- lurlalnrIreteheruinrpetatretehrr llrnck door icetlon liru4les to relative Iklor- i4talhs Cnrt end a idwEnaniele IIctiireeFnttncvl cilaM UUlltll New ran- iIld Furniture 1I01luI ohd act 0 rull- nRllle soniethlu e tlo not kp OooKIII m1 yard ll hor 1 equipment Excellent undcrbiklng Ilenty of hornet and lest Tiring done Pruitt BrothersMorelnml Ky POSTEDbelow strictlyWe whose Dame appear forbid hunting baking or any kind of tress pawing on our places end will prosecute of the lawylolatora to the full extent Kelchenbach Urns Mrs Ador Fred YouOruenlgrnAllart Fred VnnAllmko Altred Simpson George lIulme MUi Matte Heweii r Relchenbaclt Jot Uallou A U AnionQaughertyW E M J Hodman Peter W arter J NeTlo Carter- J E liruceW V 8hom Uer- Thom Ferrlll Verrlll H Camentach CoonJohnF J A RootSam Charles EneelluFrank Cordler llalnner John Mrs MeiermuelllndvJacob Guider iarld PUBLIC SALE of Land Stock and Crop of leorge V Kviinx dectii tillITit UIIHIAY 5 lun iiillen North ofthreehli latu runldonceat IJHHNIHIIT plkeln Ilnr trutcuiilulln1gaiboUttllolucres iiid large well Improved building This Linn U well watered barn and other U a toms Itock and W head farm of Alo the muni fMiinuiittlolot of cows Jood IJUllOlllId Mutes teluerea of corn I- nahockinadehc also furlllln Iui u III how sea the Ing the III rill day 01 lIUlltY of dlnurr on innu gbefore for uverybody J H Hutchlna Kvnni deceased sLtOr00UhgA Ia t r il II t u The Brock tortrsDDDLO SSOO AIr sly style and leather umilg by the Ultra in nil the newest lasts and in I tit ton tOO nnllUhJollfr cut jujrflsot in tit tutu dpjennuncttitil1 fn their stylos and one of tho Ijoet IMO iliocs of the tinydOld mil fit any a J MROBERTS STANFORD Stephens 1 COMMENCING Oct I and Ending Jan J t rThe Best Bargains Ever Offered Here On account contemplated removal from Stanford I offerInil my stock ofsJewelry Watches Clocks Silverware Silver and Tinted Cut Glas IlnndPainted China Jewelry UOXPH Ilouwlioltl Goods and Store Fixtures nt Price that must sail them Now U your time to buyas my stock in larger than it crer wns nnd of the highest quality A largo lot of Holiday Goods are on the road ordered before I decided to remove Do not wait no each an opportunity of securing Itclin hIe Good nt such low Prices wont Oflered to you mainS W H MUELLER STANFORD KY 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 i + w + a l PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Be kind enough to remit us the amount of your dues at this once t 7rn i Serges t1t This very serviceable arterial is much in dot a rid this Pall Wo nro showing Steals Sorgo nt COc 48inch Clay Serge nt 81 and 12iuch Mohair Sergo at S JlENItIElJASlhis new but old goods is used by tho fashionable drctiscra We have the 40inch ntCOe 41i iiicli silk finUli at 81 41inch silk warp nt 8120 PINO IdolThis is u beautiful weave for mourning It la 4O inch tint cost 81- IANAJIA CLOTH This goods tccniB ditincd to bo an popular for Fall RI it win in the Spring tco the Win and 81 grades STANFORD KY SKIT 20 1105 WK have n new atock of box paper that will Enter t ou Now aha ce at qualities Penny a Drug Store- PERSONALS 1Mil JOHN P JRU in the city buy Ing goods Mt MATT WOODSON was In Lout vllle this week Mtt II M BAILOU of Lancaster was hero yesterday WILL P LOGAN Is back from a pro pectlnt tour of tho Host MRs Lou SHANKS is back from i visit to Lexington friends MIS3 HOIIEKTA OHannon has enter college Rt Bethany W Va t SAM LEVITAN went to Louisville yes tcrday to spend a few days MR T N AumliHjB has accepted i position with S H Aidridgo Miss MAUY D CARTER has returned from n short stay in Louisville MISS JI ANNETTE PlIULIS of Richmond is with tho Misses Carter WllU KutLKY of Shelby City has twins at his homea boy and a Kit Mns W P GRIMES visited her broth cr Mr L H Givens at Harrodsburp MR SAM C LACKEY of Ilarrodsburjr I was with his father lion G A lackey Miss DEBORAH HOSE of Jellico Tenn is with Miss Arethusa McAlistcr MRS JOHNS WELLS and children ol Danville were truest at Hon J S Owslcys REV B C HoRTON of Mlllcrsburff is visiting his mother and sister in tho East End ELD C E POWELL of Lexington came over to attend the burial of his little niece Miss PEARL RAINES returned to Pitta burg Pa with her sister and will remain sumo time- J C ENrLE tAN came over from Paris to attend tho burial of his uncle Mr John IL Farris MASTER IIARRY MAHIHON DURHAM of Garrard is visiting grandfather Mr D Aldridge MRS J II SHANKS is down from Livingston with her parents Dr and and Mrs I B Cook MRS W 0 SiEEl left yesterday for Lafollette Tenn to visit her sister Mrs D S McKinney MR T G NuNNELLEYof lIeyworth 11114 here with his parents Mr and Mrs Lee B Nunnollcy MIsS ANNE BURTON of Texas hIs arrived to live with Mr A J Astor f and wife at Walnut Flat Mn FRANK VAUOIIAN of Richmond Va will arrive today or tomorrow to visit tho editor of this paper MR CLARK FARRIS came over from Lexington to attend the burial of his Jfbrother Mr John R Farris SALLIE JONES who has been f with Mrs Mnttio Kirby returned to her homo at Lexington yesterday MRS K L TANNER of McKinney went up to Rrodhead Wednesday to vis it her daughter Mrs W K Shugnrs MR A C HIATT of Hiatt Rockcas tie county was on Tuesdays train re turning from Louisville where he drought goods galore Miss V PEARL ALDIUDGB has re turned home after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives at Lexington Dry nntsvillo awl other points Mns GEORGE P MAURY who has been with her parents Mr and Mrs J1 N Menefee nil summer left yesterday for Joplin Mo to join her husband Miss ALICE ALCORN left yesterday for Council Bluffs la to resume her duties us teacher in the Institution for the Deaf there Her sister Miss Rose Alcorn accompanied her as far as Fulton will enter an r oral school LOCALS REGISTER Tuesday THE court of claims meets Tuesday LOST diamond ring Liberal reward p This office LOT of pure bred Silverfaco Wyan- dotte roosters for sale anti good hemp ground for rent G A Swinebroad HedgcvlHc Ky TRAYLOR will start up his big IVdistillery Monday Messrs I M Bruce and M J Hoffman have bought the slop privilege again W G McBEE rented one of his hous es at Turnersville advertised in this paper to L C Manning and the other to Dave Kennedy Ho will move to Stanford and opens blacksmith and general repair shop r CALL and sea our Aluminum display W II Hlggins hbtloxcunion over the K C to Cincinnati Sunday IFOlt RBNTVnnDeveor house with garden barn and lot Somerset Street Nancy VapDovoer TUB Ladies Atd Society of the Baptist church will have an exchange at E L Rtiinlmrts store Saturday 30lh NEW Fall Mattings Axministcra Tapestry and Ingrain Druggets Rugs Miter Squares Ingrain Carpets Por tlerres Tribble Pence CoAfI jtus fill your coal house with good coal while the weather is favorable Quality and prices to suit everybody J II Baughman Co MR W IL HlficiNS has treated his big store to a coat of paint which helps the appearance of it greatly Mr Rob ert Lewis was the artist in charge of the job NEW STORK Mr Thomas D New land Sr has rented Dr J B Owsleys storeroom next to McRoberta drug store and will open next week a full stock of groceries hardware etc I WILL public auction on court day Oct 9th the two brick store rooms on Main Street Stanford occupied by J W Perrin nnd Cummins Me Clary Terns made known on day of sale J S Owsley Sr Stanford mYou should read carefully the adver tisement of W II Mueller the Jeweler who has decided to dispose of his big stockat n great sacrifice and leave Stanford lie Is selling goods dirt cheap and you should get your share of tho bargairn e DAVIS WITHDRAWS Georgo R Davis In a card in the Advocate with draws from tho race for State Senator In this district giving as his reason that he can not spare the time to make the canvass It Is now up to the republicans to make another nomina tion but we predict they will let wellenough alone and lot the matter drop where it is From what we could learn Mr Davis had no earthly show to defeat Lincolns gallant son lion R L Hubble Bio DAMAGE SUIT The adminis trator of George W DcBorde has brought suit against the Fifthavenue Hotel Company Louisville for 25000 damages on account of tho death of the decedent who was fatally injured by falling through tho elevator shaft at the defendants hotel Mr DcBorde attended the Confederate reunion and stopped at the Fifthavenuo Hotel He fell through the elevator shaft and the elevator came down upon him As a result he suffered concussion of the spine from which he died Juno 191 The hotel company Is blamed for accident because it is alleged that the door to tho shaft is similar to the other doors In the house It is claimed that the door lull either been left open or was unlocked The decedent being deceived by the appearance of the door is alleged to have passed through and fallen into tho shaft PATTERSON DEAD Henry Patterson who was shot by William Ward at Lan caster Monday evening mention of which was made in our last issue died of his wounds at 10 oclock Tuesday morning Ho was wounded in four places ono ball entering his mouth two his lungs and ono tho neck The affray is said to be duo to n former grudge and seems to have grown out of a tan talizing remark made by Ward to Pat tersons little nephew frightening the boy and in some way resulting in Ward repeatedly cursing tho child Monday evening Ward indulged in some oaths at the expense of a bystander and Paterson commented that such was the mistreatment Ward had offered his lit tie nephew Ward angrily that he was not cursing retortedI it ta said drew his pistol and bone stated Mr Patterson was exceedingly clever man and very popI ular He was one of Gnrrnrd countys best democrats and n man of some means Ho was unmarried and leaves nn aged mother a brother William Patterson of California and three sis ters Mrs George Brown and Miss Mug Patterson of Gnrrard and Mrs A JIMershon of Texas Mr Patterson was not armed and exclaimed as he fell for ward not to shoot for he was defense less Black Dress Goods A woman is moro particular about the black in the selection of a black dress than anything else This U as it should bo as a good material dyedn good black will always give you value received in service Wo use great cart in the selection of our stack of black goods and only such materials are fashionable and serviceable are recommended hyII If you contem plate buying it black dress or skirt look over this list Come and let show you the goods Blacks are a strong favorite this season SEVERANCE SONSTANFOIiDKENTUCKYMAY infant daughter of Mr pnd Mrs George Hays of Crab Orchard died and was buried yesterday LOST black handbag chain handle containing gold frame spectacles unll small amount of money Mrs E L Reinhenrt THE pretty little daughter born to Mr and Mrs W G Withers some 10 days ago lied and was buried at Me Cormacks church Tuesday C S CUMMINS will have a sale oC farming implements crops etc at tho Martha Martin place 3J miles from Stanford next Wednesday See ad elsewhere All applicants for membership In Modern Brotherhood of America are requested to meet with the commando Friday night Oct 6 715 oclock Class initiation Mrs Bessie McKinney Deputy TUESDAY October 3 is registratlo day and every Democrat in Stanton Hustonville Crab Orchard and Roy land should bear well the fact In mind It is absolutely essential for n voter to register to obtain the right to exercisi the elective franchise CARE or THANKS The sisters nnd brothers of the late John R Farris re profoumIthoughtful of them in their recent bereavement The generous deeds nnd helpful words will long be remembere by those who feel so keenly the fearful loss they have sustained JOHN It FARRIS SHOT TO DEATH BY R E LEE SmsA few minutes be fore noon Tuesday in front of the College R E Lee Sims shot to death John R Farris Six shots were fired and all of them took effect the three more fa tal wounds being in the stomach and side Dr Peyton who examined the dead man thinks that one bullet went through the heart The weapon used was n 38 Colts No one was present when the first shot was fired but it k believed that at the examining trial which is set for 10 oclock this morn ing there will be introduced one or more witnesses who saw the fearful tragedy from beginning to end The cause of the misunderstanding between the two was over some horses owned jointly and which Mr Farris trained The two had quarreled on several occa sions about a settlement the last being a month ago It is reported that Mr Sims claims that when he started to pass Mr Far ris near where the killing occurred the latter attempted to draw his pistol but when we asked Mr Sims if such was the case he declined to talk concerning the affray Mr Farris friends damn that he was not armed and that the pistol found near his body docs tint be long to him It is a 38 caliber ham merless Smith Wesson and there were no empty chambers This pistol will doubtless cut a figure in the trial The killing caused a great deal of ex citement as well as sorrow and has been the one topic since its occurrence Mr Sims has engaged the services of Judges M C Suufley and J W Alcorn to defend him County Attorney Helm will be assisted by Mr J S Owsley Jr and possibly other attorneys in the prosecution Mr Farris was 63 years old and had been n widower for many years His wife was Miss 1l Clark Engleman a daughter of Mr R C Engleman Sr Ho was a gallant exConfederate soldier and a clever man It can be truly said of Mr Farris that he loved his friends und hated his enemies Ho was frankness itself and there was never any reason to doubt his standing on any question he voluntarily made that known Deceased is survived by two brothers Clark Fannie of Lexington and Bub Farris of Arizona and three sisters Mesdames John Engleman and C V Gentry of this place and Mary Engleman of Los Angeles Cal The remains were interred in the Lancaster cemetery at 2 oclock Wednesday after noon after a most excellent talRby Dr E M Greene chaplain of tho Confed crate camp A kindhearted man has been sent to un untimely grave and many are they who weep for him Mr Sims is a quiet citizen and if ho has over been in trouble before we can not recall it We sincerely hope he com mitted the terrible deed in what he believed was self defense Wo can hardly think of him murdering a fellow man ATTEND J S Murphys sale In the West End today SEr ofeating stoves George H Farris Chrison Thanksgiving IK your farm is for sale list it with tho Boner Real Estate Co Somerset Ky Weare in touch with tho Wayne and Pulaski county buyers FOR SALE Two good milk cows one will be fresh Nov some calves plows harrow good 2horse wagon and harness J F Cash Highland reIIunionGood order is being preserved and everybody j is having u good time A FELLOW named Buena Compton has been terrorizing the people of Moreland section by robbing stores theI shooting promiscuously Sheriff man has made several attempt to ar rest him but has never been able to locate j him Compton has done time in the penitentiary There are those who believe he is crazy j PARKERS HAIR DAL3AM- CUicwt tut tl uiiT he hair t IniurUnt grvwth GrayUatrCIIn dl S bolrdlzgnaod1UU a I1 s PUBLIC SALE I will sell nt ptiMlciuictlonnt my pIn ct t mills WtKt o1 Huntonvlllv on the Uluck pike on TUKHDAVOOTOBKHSUD Tliu following ilcscrllnU property Four yrltrl11tg burst cult yearling mule colt a nuukllnx mull col In 3 nuckltne hors colh1 broke miilf S to yrnri old brood liiurcn nil hrwIsjinmUa Jersey cow M shoats inn broad tow good family horse lot of lulled hay 17 ncrin of corn In stock iicren of torKlium lot of iitiilUd oats McOormnck binder McCortuuck mower JIbe liar row amoothingharrow 1Isodrlll- S cultivators Oliver CUillIdl turning plows I double shovel plow two Old Hickory Wag UMHl very little low wheel farm wagon sItS wagon hurlwlS Irul sets plow gear- set dOli buggy hnrll8 Mtssltlglt bug Ky harness one ruulwr tired ciirrlaite goal IK new I ImKKy pole Frailer curt heller Iliorow power teed salter Lick feed cutter ttrum need sower horsueorr ultlck cattleplanterllapletuerlls l otof IIIlxtllnllllr Termi Hindi known on day of sale Kale Ixulnsnt 10 oclock A U O HAUOIIMAN Huttonvlllc Ky T II KiiBlUli Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE will at my plnco of residence on the Fell llck tt Mlle KiiKlof lnuchersvlllesixamtlestrout Orab Orchard and Lancaster and eight mile from Htnnford on TllUItMU5YOcTlet5- sell to the hlg first nnd Ust bidder my farm contnlnlnu lH acres of Itrstclan hind 0 ncremif UlHliiK now In hemp Also lit tin mime time nnd place will hell nil of my horses iniilcp cattle ant hogs Including one pair of the best work horses In larrnrd county Iso nn extra good palrof mules together with funning liiiplemcnttconslstlni of tine new hlckorlwlIon never uwil n lot of hemp Ir corn anil many other thliipt top numerous to mention TKRMfi OK KAKK The rent estate wnl- tssoltl for one thlyd cash luiliincu In one twolind three Uf8 Him with Interest on- deferredlutylllrntsuntilluddwith hens re tained to secure followtnsonal proiHrty will lie sold as dertAcaixh In bund veer that amount n credit of U months will lie tlven with Inter est nail For all deferred pnymenfs note with goat kecurlty will lie required luiynble nt tlie Crab Orchard llnnklnc Co This In a splendid opportunity to secure a welllmprovixlflr tchii It will lit Mild wltnout unit no byblddlnu will Iw iMrmlttid I have concluded to go West and for that raison nm laving this Nile W1I UKNNKTT- 1rincherk vllle Ky Col J 1 Chandler Auct PUBLIC SALE of Innd stock and crop llavlnsiletermlned logo west I will on HATUUDAY XT fluent mv farm IS apes West of Crab Orchard on the county road lending from Crab Orch to May commencing promptly nt the hour of MoVloek AM tell the Ing descrll ed property t My farmof Onereit more or letx has two good dwellings and three never fallliiK wells and one never full Iart of furm Cedar Onkl- sttuntsworth 1m per ncru anti loins the funds of Dr H Owdey and Ueorp Holmes and Is on Kurnl Route No farm Is under good truce most of It wire Hotli dwelling have never fnlllne wells In curd This fiirm hits a Nol grist on It iihorsl ercjipacltvand au bushels pr mill sent In COlll1 fnrmday Kold toetftlier Thistuna If lubhIeiyPatendinIn one and two years iiieiitH iKnrnm 0 l r cent Interest amid help retained on furm for remainder purcluue ullkbungsow harness two goo l hogs chickens 15 geese tnml l lot of plows nnd gear Uood cook Move huge air tight muter wood folding butl suit of fundtureiohulrs mind two rockers I s curlJ ran urlMt1 6lnlIII- IIeillll111 gwliiK lot of cornand hny cowl und evaporator about to bushels of Winchester rifle nil kInds of dUhlsnndlars lot of canned fruit and ninny other thing too numeroiu to men rowsmdayofCol J t Prunella Cloth For real service there is nothing like Prunella 40inch wide cost 75c and 81 40inch wide cot 8100 CHEVIOT The biggest thing for the money is a 42inch Cheviot Serge ntOOcMOHAIKS Arc stilt in great demand at SOc 7Cc and 81 per yard xr BROADCLOTHS Are first choice with stylish dresser Wo swear bylour two leaders at 81 and S150 1 Our New Suits for Fall Stand out from other makes like a superbly clad man among the com monplace Until you have seen them or better yet enjoyed the luxury of wearing one of these new models i you can not realize the tremendous progress made in the manufacture of c 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 an- dCUnniNSMCLARY Kentuckyi i George D Hopper Successor to J K VanAredalc Dealer in Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds I ask n portion of the patronage of the people of Stanford and Lincoln county promising the best goods nf the most reasonable price George DP Hopper Stanford Ky DANVILLE SHOE STORE i Woodson Sallee Successors to Caldwell Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY Ita sslt FALL IS ON US We are readywith the goods Snappy stuff for rj Men Women anti Children Our school shoes cant be heat Kdeleus Level Beet and Honest Mike need 110 introduction SPLENDID LINK TRUNKS DRESS SUIT CASES ETC Everything iuj Gents Furnishing Mako our store headquarter when in Danville George P Crow Slllesm III k Fall Hats For Young Men ssiltDttts 4 We are showing the latest shapes in all the new colors W E Perkins s Crab Orchard ICy ttt KFAhlrtiu r 4 Iigt f L 17The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOjflce at Stanford at Hcvndclan maSter rUUMHIIBtl TUESDAYS AND lHI VYS AT 700 PER YEAR CASH Iit fsrwhen not I paid 1200 will be charged FOR SALE I Van bred Hcrkshlru lionn and Hnutlulown Hhoon AlsohlKhKrmUyunrllug llucka J KOurm1 liter Hustonylllc UMBRELLASt Recorered and repaired and made almost ai as new for a amount I can f y yourumbrella better thin tbo tramp I repairers for less money Give me a FRANK ATKIN8 Stanford For Sale Privately MyhousoandlO acres of land situated i ju out town IlmUl on the Somernt pike House liar 7 rooms kitchen and per 4t Tunta room good cellar ttnbla and all outbuildings Water hydrant In J the yard and one for J P UAILEY INSURANCE Fire Lightning lmlMlortnlUII and andAccident NOflt BoHT COnll IIIs Itt13re5eflttI LOWtIOI Ibln lilll iunrnntntl Joss rziyIng1tvc ordUneciiuillwl Tulle with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky nnldencu 1hone No St iThe New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUSABS Preprleter i Electric Lights In every room Refurnished ant under entire New Management Bcbthe favorite porter meets all trains Jesse W Sweeney rnoiBiKTOK Livery Food and Solo Stalls Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates CJ H bONE t CO Proprietors UVERY fiND FEED STflBUE Stanford KV Ooo4 Livery Service at Reasonable Rate Call on ai on Depot Street Mao Dealer In Goal B D Peyton DEALEU INCn Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSucceeill Ito ltrure A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Mon Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection WI1H Mueller Watchmaker find Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The latest lit Jewelry Hllrer OntOlnss Wntcbf nnd Clocks In lock T First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 TblB Institution was originally established the Deposit Unnk of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized at tho National flank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganized M the First National of Stanford In 1882 having hud practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It It bettor supplied now with facllltlei for transact- Ing uuslue s promptly and well over hnforaln ItO honorable career Accounb of Fiduciaries Solicited Oirectors J B Paxtoa J B Owiley I H Shanks WO Walker 9eo W Carter B Foster L O Ooocb WH Oararalns W II Bright XI RabDle W H 8anks J TO THE LADIES I hnve opened n Drutsmilklng dllhlhh- lIInt ut IIOIIIH on IOXUM Avimieana nnk n shzirt of the imtroiiKne of the of this community proiiilMiiK imtlsfnctnrv work ClIVlMlHMl rinl Jll 1 ItllOllA WllITK Htnnfonl Ky Give Me Your order I Can Please You Why icadv wade clothing whet there Is so little dlllerooce In the price oi high grade ready made suits and a suit mado logout measure taken by an cx- porlenced tailor I a hanileomc IIn of sprIng Roods I can make a lowprice business suit to tbe finest dIets suit Spring overcoats and troun era Tho company I icprrse nt la ono of the best I also hat o a line of goods 1 makaupmTtlf for those who prefer It H O RUPLEY the Tailor RESTORATIVE CURES Imentalrer0OAI mgneUj Ule true type ot manho To attln thU the else Is good WeotJdveIopmeatan4mkIIgworth NyeCureine Pr ttrlln Sulun ana other tnmbtaiiliito orerwork ninjcinir dratf bablt ami other cuel-Mike rich blood and rcrlrawf ted Rerrca- ninallr rood for women itookleC free IrlrallwalioT en for IX a Itlj a narfltee to refund It not eared or NntfUTl MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAOO A FOB BAL AT lEKST8 DRUG BTOBE a JLBeazleyCo j i UudcrtaKcra and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY S ee 1tCeaT Undertaker Embalmer andffiji t Dealer in IIarue Saddlery e c STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofllco Ihuae nome riionu33 Batk years than long Individuals and Cor poratlons 0Co liiUlv buy have from Also grfvct rqu1aJt beUhr hfAlthy PEER Officers J HOOKER Past- S T UAUHJB V Pres J J HoHOBEUTS Obr W H WEAUENAnt Obr Directors F RId Danville 8 T harris Utunford J Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlunej M U Elmore Stanford S H llaughmnn Stanford T P Jui StanfordIJ II J Pettu Stanford 0 E Tate StanfordI LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK t CAPITAL STOCK SBOOOO t Successors to Tbe Farmer Dank Trust Company and under same management continuously for 36 years W- eSOLICITYOIIR BANK IACCOUNT Xiisacb buslneM relations will- 4prove atttulklly be-7 iilfl Officers I H SHANKS President J B 1nxtou Vice PresIdenti WM j Oathls- iWiOWALKIR r Asst Oashl Sr FARMERS DEPARTMEN- TYmrEDA suckling pig This of tlcoSb R Drown of Casey sold a pair of mules for tOO Foil RENTJO acres of grass land Mrs E E Harris Hubble 0IWanted A Second Hand Horso Power Address box B2 Wnyncsburg KySWanted cattle to graze on 100 acres of grass Plenty of water Mrs F B Barnett Hustonville Ky 0 For seed wheat the very best vari eties home grown yield 18 to 34 bushels aero this year Also Northern wheat Order samples Phone or Iseed Marksbury Son Lancaster Ky5 HIGIIIAND VIEW STOCK FAUU Tho home of Norvin W n sire of highclass horses and good sellers Chester Dare Jr winner of 20 ribbons out of 22 shows in 1905 Alert a son of the great Allerton nnd Onward The former home of Gazette 2071 Norvadine 218 Beauty Spot 2142 Nine of Norvin tWs colts sold for 4350 Messrs Wade Richards Lebanon Ky own n threeyearold colt by Norvin W brok en January last stepped onehalf mile ll3 He is n great individual and one of the greatest prospects in tin State They value him at 2600 Will again otter to the public a grand andchoicely bred lotof trotting and saddlebred horses consisting of weanlings two three and fouryearolds anti some royally bred brood mares out of producing dams and in foal to Norvin W Cabells Lexington n grandly bred and hand some saddle stallion weight about 1J300 pounds 16J 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 largo work mules from 15h to 16J hands high a good twohorse wag on and farming utensils The above sale will be held at my farm one mile west of Lebanon Ky on the Camp bellsville turnpike Wedneaeay Oct 11 beginning at 930 A M Terms Twelve months note with approved security 6 percent interest from date Notes negotiable nnd payable in bank All amounts under 10 cash John B Wath en Jr Lebanon Ky Are You Engaged Engaged oople should remember thatf after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their di gestions In good condition with Elec trio Hitter S A Brown of Bin ncttsville S C says For years my wife suffered intensely from dye pepsia complicated with a torpid liver until Mio lost her strength and vigor and became a snort wreck of her former self Then Site tried Electric Hitters which helped het at once and finally made her entirely welt She is now strong and healthy G L Pen ny druggist Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Oivhard sell and guni anteo them at tOe u bottle Kate This would be a good time to ask paw SyWhy Kate Cause hes got a sore foot Cause of InsomnIa Indigestion nearly always disturbs thu sleep more or loss and Is often tho muse of Insomnia Many unset have jcnperatunently cured by Chamber ulns Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Illlllrlllr lstsITwelve persons have been indicted at ienfucgfts Cuba in connection with he fight in which Congressman Villu ndas was killedI Chamberlains Cough Remedy Aids Nature Medicines that aid naturn are always most effectual Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan It allays the cough relieves tho lungs aids expectoration opens the m crctiOns and aids nature in restoring the system to n healthy condition It Is famous for Its cures over n large par of the civilized world Thousand have testified to Its suporloroxeollenee It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia For salt by all druggists At a meeting of the Democratic County Committee of Russell county tho following nominations were made for county offices County Attorney J N Meadows Sheriff C A lIam monds School Superintendent 0 D Smith Jailer J T Benar- dAttackedby a Mob and beaten In a labor riot until coy ered with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklcns Arnica Salve and was soon sound RIll well I tiso It In tity family writes O J Welch of Tckousha Mich and nnd it perfect Simply great fur cuts and burns Only 2e ut 0 V Pennva drug store Stanford anti Lyno Bros Crab Orchard FARM AT PRIVATE SALE lodhlldaunt Idiiinintiir Itk 9iiicri i In nitml ow suirivs In oultlvntloit 8 line KHnlrnt orchard tie The linproveinitt ebustst JIOUs of six rtKjiii iirwlyi Isiiwrl nixl In vtry JtNI rvmlr tiutrrii nt tlimr Hcrvunfi 111011dlllllil Will m wII iirlvatrly tttUoxy Dafl Traylor ucLIA Is Whisk Brandy Wines Beer Glfjars Etc KYOeProapt saC from alintion Nothing but the Wi 0 drink phone tr telegraph oilers receive ir attention THE SECRET OF SUCCESS No Sin You cannot palm oT anr ntbetltntei IlowrrslnceIIForty million bottles of August Plower Itsintroductionistill growing Isnt that a fine showing AugustPlowercure of indigestion nnd dyspepsiatite- worst enemies of health I1nillutpplness qixs it not afford the best evidence that August Flower is a sure specific for all itIsqAugust Ilowcr has n matchless record millionsqTwo sizes 25c anti 75C Alt druggIsts For Sale nt Pennys Drill Store Cull and see the points of superiority in our Electric flange over any thing ever shown in the city You can not afford to IKJ without 0110 oHIieeo t you want good baking with little labor Be sure to see it before you iuy- oil GEORGE FARRIS Stanford Kentucky I l l f Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford KyWo tnuU farm IT ami SnillM trout Stan ford llouaju fuurgood roouu porch and I er nja OouJ barn a tl other buIItIo ia good rtMir Put lulx 811 wU foocwlt o urn In IIr1I0uhlaLco ca- nbeoltst bargain CIOM to Khool suit burch iTlc tM per arts I adjoining nlf1Ir I U TBUIiaUnuln No M 3 820 cm ol coal aa l tlal land lora Jla IVrrj uonntt Kyon UrAl Vie irest- rtbularvut lit North Fork of Kentucky rIcer Four vile of cua In IlilckDMi HUM IU ml ia atx feat Hirer UTlgall la tbl mouth ol crrrk A rlliotil It urejetwithin three wits of situ pIn hi consist o kno TllUiMfKl Will Mil w Ricbaor on urmi No 65A nice twostury tlgat room trim dwelling In ttarifort lis two balls tool reliar- with concrete Uwr gooctarden well In klltb negro cabin on pUc r ott tot IIIr month Th Ulllnz rent for 1311 month prop erty It In fowl repair ant can b ougbl for tIW- No41Kinu SlilatrroplmJUl blurfrtu land In Lincoln rounlf Two story 9 lIlIIlIlO rwlUnw a tenant bouws barn ivdiu fur oter IM h uj ol stock ami all other DNisary otilliuiMl g all In awl rllr Glow to church Khool p010150 railroad and In mod Dtlfhtnrtuml acres lu ruUltnllou mt In grass aud limber Ste This li an a l country SoulS Lull vour nl nc aou purL rile etc watered with H never falling jr1ni etc trln KrirutlnMTendtldi Ko siSoserre of nblIlIon 49 acreS In t iture tug contaIn wren rouuia Law turn and all tire amity outbulliliagi Ene ud buIIdIcts ln siWu dM repair Well WStHed Par 1000 tSo3t IGOaCTwof land In Fwa county Kaa iti muss item nlirouJ and M mil roi4 rSsees i ricer Merenir aercieflani l rUer tatiuut anldUlIoJ and lD cr lbli lad It tot III uroicaiunN farm oflM acres la llrcwU OBt Three COot weUlac a bra sad other eelS btilMlnfSCKb house barn etc about 11 renter of ill acre All on county J9aolI lulU mint church acbnol sad HtonVe Lau well and will watered Thlj It a tood tobaora rants and would lull twa or thr t f nlllea I bat mljlil waul to tONI Irma the aam Ddiblorbond ltbee rewonabla No TwOtturr fraue dwelling of six reese IwuballtTiranda to Hatduurand all omit Divroar outbulldlnn AUo large tU i tullh aboii and tbe l tell Miglh sisbop and fniwld Tbliproptrlf wUl be fOld tl a low reiN 10I No LA tana ol In acm four mitts lions fordonbnt IIh In Ibt ouunir wll wa irc dwIItn fronts Its ill Uesa utbulliilnfi A Uii JI4 blue areaS mae aid only 5Jmloutei Jrlfe frow county seeS Owner of One1 larinadlolulng thli bat rerenUr refuted SO err un WeoffrlhltatllJoo No MKICly acre near Pleasant joint Xjr Fraiu noute 5 room and orcb Kara and otbat milbutllldjt a uheln cullltatlon reel In lira bar Well watetd saj yard trots poololliacbOllI and church lsUeuptk and In corn inuclty Vrkw KId No 1V2SD acre farm tails of Crab Ky brIck dwelling room twe UnaktOrchardI two barna well and spring cur dwelling blgbttaU ol culllatlon 1M ami land fencing fruit etc lilt UJM an acts rlllrrvvlsInC altOn Jwtrllnrtm place A new tarn sat two olJ ones ltiaslIwatettI ant the leerIng It tuud On public teaL Itks Iaoeo lsoISOtrThereopportunities for rrotiUM Inveitntnt at till Mitm curl DelLa lIlh is note fttly dttcrlpeJas Inn peilty Valley The tlmWrl tvcoolne torevalu Sbli all the time for tntrraion that lumber people from the North abate the stirrlyoltlmrerltljil Jlmlnlthlnc are coniUnUy Incrcatlnr their fur chaws ol tlnher Un4s In the South w hen Iho tin ber Is removed the las Is une uilej lor agricultu ral rurro eSi It will tout a tale ol cotton to the acts or will grow n other kind ol crop raiseS In Iha temperate lone The toll neeJt no lertllUers an4 gives a yield huh cannot fuelled tates Sri low the tills Is perted ant tile nun who buys DelU larm anJ limber UnJs at rretenl price it making an In vestment that he will never regret This Lint Is sIded law tracts ranging Iron 40 acres to the tract to u000 sf115 to lb Wit t and Ptcc free 3f percre to tit ret acts according lo location tIC We are authvrliej by the company bo cons these lands to tUte that as other parties VS contlJerlng the cute have ol thea UnJt that nfler these tracts lOt lect lo prior sale wllhJrawjl froSt maikfl or change In price wlihont noUce llowtvir when notlned they will hold any duct out ol market lost enough vrthapcarctaser to ifiiH an Investigation About 1000 acres of this Und hat teen oU by the n lace Wi received this option For lurthcr tar Icuure call at our office KytueandoohIItoot birD and other outbuilding idity aerre In eullirailnn 41 tcret In Umber nail trees etc Lsyi well on rouut mid rlua to cburtbM tcbool ell Yrlcwonly K U- OAloi a barrel mill lu Mrrcrr rountjr UIIland close ta Southern railroad Price Iff 003 No It Vm actst of land near Crab Orchard cheap I desire inldtlln tIed white to work for fnmlly of two Nice lUut newt and and local bouts unit gnod Writ to Mrs A II Box tl Oorbln S r No OFourcrsuflnd set a alee one Hviy clx room frame d IUDln 5fgKInry Kri wurks lu kitchen ant family room loot Urn mil nrrnetry outliulMlnr 1lwe well ffnrrd and In goal rtrtlr H 5leIetirl IGVI nd li ramiitntllrf nwaud wun7 ak Iftu for 1i0 Wtniu ol Ill cln PJTJ ruenty Two tery trace ilwvlllaf two ItUS ttd Clue lpbtqlandt o rliiuof IISicrM In IM county new two glory room tram ilwtlllDK aitd old outbuilding IIalrslWsluMbugUwllingand Iulh In good repaIr Prudutl lime KhoolaDdKolfSTnronrailrliinnnolclUr mcd II tenciogandtints to town Will mil a small builtr 10 4 Two story tram dwelling I ruamt hill toguM1IpSifNo NJalUOr IMacrt iliuaiM ia r II I tIIgWrsutInOUlbuU lniroool rapsir 1elltg ruIOUrsU hotheaIIlur U tlr is ulipurcbr 10TbUtCMtalnlrchnip SI IIUlDC of4r im with 0 acza jm ouibulldhutin IMMWNLxhivge4sib w a aDd teAr Waibctburs lutdrDeter rIlIng tiIsg Irln Kxa N o fit rror lint la MfKIn OT KT liecemery wilUilklimtv Eneu gee4- suit sift waltmL Wilt Mil ibis place on Mir l us Ko W anr oguc4 lied ilirooun two tory dcrlllnc well watcad cIloadn IS tb abatU ci Ib city ol Maklonl close to lrad d meltltealandrhlrtliD 70 TtnacrMi lat to trout cot- tat een 1101111 use a rood garden ant ivl n lld IIfthri ol acrt fndcc sicAthe plan a 5 od crusher lu mill II run by lIt dlbaIaturor Isis ii TitandMullahieu1tIImmonth wt4Ubt of lllbMltbatbli wtroml kbcifurNo 71 nice lour teem collx water la cOOIIInJlatdlocated325 acre In Allen county Kr on tilt road and plkr about 10 acre cultivated about 155 In tImber and grm and about ISO It grais Timber on place Is cut to II shingleaplll8 twice over A large lrt ii Thr are four dnetlloc of 4 room each and one store of l otorlra with room above lii writs and springs Of watt Ie In 2 lntieiotcountlsuat and grow tobacco corn wheat griu me for U290 Unelialf cash countyKtpowertbutatlrtoilali relict mill with burnt for corn and mtal bolt The engine Is Ill year run II sores with tlm mill Including what with Hie huup of room All fur J45S8 or IS WO for the tiilll and II uorc One half Club us line trade No mill In 10 nil Ho 6tO arnaof land i tar JueellanCltf jratln rea Sell tiatmln cultlrtlten real In grist a harbarsf joojinaStootH fraiudcUli e good Urn trIU ek ail in coed repaIr No 54U acres ol HDlropro fJ land in Iros count Mo IVt uillr Irons ahua tuition Iron Mountain ruui WUl ton 0 i etchings titpruprrt In Unrolnrounlr The Gibralter of Rockcastlc County Financial Institutions CITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Offers to the People a Safo tutu Concervntivo S3stoin Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your business and wo a plcucaut and profitable relation laity a per cent interest on nil deposits of 8100 or i left in the bank and not checked upon for a jwriod of KIX month J W HUTCHESON Cashiers 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 House Woman Wanted toontfiiKO tluHoivlifHof woman do rvipvctaliln without Incumlirnnoe Underwood Ky all the- wbulpropnye 410 lloUMaati teems ho free cd filretUW Hunking guarantee more FOR SALE Tune plcuvi foxtn Cut HtniKlard 8ounnu covertClltItC ltthanJ lI00IiLIEROcnbOrelinrdicy