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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v e I THE INTERIOR c JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 6 1905 NO 62 Clever Bert Shewmaker Hunting Deer Bear Etc In The Far West CAM COKFBY OSAGB NATION I T pct lit Wo Igft Cleveland Tuesday and traveled over sweeping prairie thick forests and majestic divides At 0 rI on leaving the main trail we found ourselves on tho hunks of Turkey creek It was ono grand panorama Tho creek was plainly seen like n long thread of sliver In n lovely cloth of green The rapture of tho water the cooing of the doves was like some paint ed picture some well told tale of love Vfo could see the black bass playing and while ROino of the boys put up the tents and built a camp fire Hob Lyons and myself caught enough fish for breakfast The campers consisted of the following L 1 Coffey wife daugh ter and son of Cleveland 0 T Kobt T Lyons Orville Mentzer and W It Kinwncchter of Pawnee 0 T At T Sloan our faithful guide and a French cook H P Shewmaker wife and daughter and Miss Della Coffey of Moreland Ky The outing was given In honor of tho last named parties anti I take this means of thanking them through tho columns of your paper The trip was planned and managed by Mr ColTey and his good wife who did not stop at trouble nor expense to make It what It Was a success After a good nights rest we arose with the first peep of Old Sol and I will never forget tho music of wild birds While standing on the banks of Turkey creek We could hear flocks of wild turkeys calling their young and getting ady for their days picking In the b tl forest The first thing worthy of V noto was a joke played on us boys by a livery man I dont remember any name only Slim Ho was to take ono of the teams back home and about IGI minutes after ho left camp ho returned very much excited saying Hoys I ran right into n big Hock of wild turkeys before struck tho main trail Every boy grabbed his gun and four of us piled Into a surrey and told him toI lead the way We soon caught on to hli racket Ho could not find his way out of the woods and camo hack with tho turkey yarn in order to get the boys to help him find tho main trail The flat day was spent In hunting fishing and taking pictures by the boys and girls At night we built a big log heap and tho crowd was entertained by Profs Lyons Mcntzcr and Klnwacch ter who gave us several laughable dramas Tho second day was spent by most of tho boys hunting deer There were eight deer seen in all but as the law Is not out it would not bo advisable to say how many wo killed Bob Lyons was the most successful dear hunter In the bunch There were two of them In camp which occupied most of his time On leaving camp Friday morning we were forced to empty several pounds of nice fish back Into the creek as wo had more than wo could take care of This has certainly been an enjoyable visit but such pleasure can not last always We leave for Kentucky Wednesday This has boon the longest and most on joyablo vacation have spent in my 10 years service with tho tj t C rail road and am now ready to fall into lino much Improved in health n P S Full Of Tragic Moaning are those linos from J II Simmons of Caaov la Think what night have retuiua from his terrible cough If he hud not taken tho nvdlolno about whkh hi writes I had n fearful cough that dUturbod my nights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured mo to Instantly relieves and perma nently ruren nil throat and lung dl seases prevents grip anti pneumonia At G U Pennys Stanford Lyno IJros Crab Onhard 6Pc road 81 Trial bottle freo Tho annual meeting of the stockhold ers of tho Louisville and Nashville rail IJMU was held the principal office nf 0 4o company in Louisville Wednesday The number of miles operated was 3 826 The gross earnings were 88 617 07072 and net 12027H97G The road is in a line physical condition and to date The old tjthe equipment up board was reelected Plans To Get Rich are often frustrated by sudden break down duo to dyspepsia or o onstlpa lion iii ace up and take Ur Kings Now Life Pills They take out the materials which are clogging your en orgies and give you a now start Cure headache and dizziness too At G L Pennys Stanford Lyno HIOB Crab Orchard 25c guaranteed After making an unsuccessful at tempt to kill Ms wife and motherin law August Fielders committed suicide at St Louis by taking carbolic c acid FARMERS DEPARTMENT D U Tudor sori Sidney Dunbar a mule colt for 100 Fon ItiHr40 acres of grass land Mrs E E Harris Hubble Dairy Cows wanted Von Allman Non Grucnigan See us court day George Simpson of tho Shelby City section threshed 1000 bushels of mil letW B Bennett fcold to Henry Sutton 120 acres of land near Proachorsvillo at 15WantedA Second Hand Horse Power Address box 52 Wayncsburg Ky Foil ItuxrA desirable Boyle county farm of 90 acres three to five years to tho right man Enquire at this of fice J B Honakor of Hustonville sold 900 bushels of lied Fultz seed wheat at A small advertisement in this pa per did An immense crowd attended H C Baughmans snle in the West End Tuesday and good prices were realized throughoutI and M J Hoffman have bought a number of bulls lately at 2 to 2Jc They will stop them at W H Traylors distillery Lightsome won tho Futurity for two yearold trotters at Lexington Best time 214 i Ed Custer the favorite was behind tho money Miss Adbcll won the Kentucky Fu turity for threeyearolds at Lexing ton defeating Susie N thor hot favorite Best tlmo 209 For seed wheat tho very best varieties home grown yield 18 to 31 bush els per acre this year Also Northern seed wheat Order samples Phone or write Marksbury Son Lancaster Ky ESTIUY A 700pound red muly steer left Hustonvillu fair ground pasture about two weeks ago Will give re ward for recovery or Information lead ing thereto Josiah DUhop Huston vllle The line jack which was recently sold by Hubble Eubanks to Mr Larabic of Montana for 1100 died in Lexing ton The animal was a very fine one and had been shown with much success in the Kentucky fair ringsIA Brooklyn special says Mrs IL ti N Chinn wife of Col Jack Chirih1 brought suit here against the Bonding Company of Baltimore and Sheriff Hestcrbcrg of this county In 1904 Eugene M leo sued Jack Chinn to re cover 2000 in a horse deal As Chinn was a nonresident became necessary to levy upon such proj crty as he owned in this State Sheriff Hestcrbcrg at ached horses said to belong to Chinn in the stables of Fasig Tipton at Coney Island Tho horses were sold for about 1000 and the money was taken possession of by the Sheriff Mrs Chinn claims that the horses were her property HiriiLAM VIEW STOCK FAUMThe home of Norvin W n sire of highclats horses and good sellers Chester Dare Jr winner of 20 ribbons out of 22 shows in 1905 Alert n son of the great Allcrton and Onward The former home of Gazette 2071 Norvadine 218 Beauty Spot 2141 Nine of Norvin Ws colts sold for 1350 Messrs Wade Richards Lebanon Ky owna threeyearold colt by Norvin W brok en January last stepped onehalf mile 113 He is n great individual and one of the greatest prospects in the State They value him nt 2500 Will again offer to the public a grand and choicely bred lot of trotting and saddlebred horses consisting of weanlings two three and fouryearolds and sortie royally bred brood mares nut of producing dams and In foal to Norvin W Cabolls Lexington n grandly bred and hand some saddle stallion weight about 1300 pounds 16 hands high Had n colt that sold for 1000 and was shipped to Eng land Also n select bunch of 20 long yearling Shorthorn steers weight about 1001 pounds all desirable colors Will also sell some calves heifers and cows several largo work mules from 15J to 1CJ hand high n good twohorse wagon and farming utensils Tho above sale will be heM nt my farm one mile west of Lebanon Ky on the Camp bcllsville turnpike Wcdncseay Oct 11 beginning at 930 A M Terms Twelve months note with approved security per cent Interest from date Notes negotiable and payable In bank All amounts under 10 cash John B Wath en Jr Lebanon Ky Some Seasonable Advice It bo a piece of superfluous advice to urge people nt this season of the year to lay In a supply of Chum berlains Cough Remedy It Is almost sure to bo needed before winter Is over and much more prompt and satisfac tory results afro obtained when taken as soon as a cold is contracted and before It has become settled In tho nys tern which can only be done by keep ing the remedy at hand Thin remedy Is so widely known and so altogether good that no one should hesitate about buying It In preference to any other It Is for safe by all druggists f C c JNEWS NOTES D Tipton of Mt Sterling is dead Brig Gen William Slnclatrc U S A retired died In Washington Five hundred men arc on strike at Morea colliery at Mahony City Pa The Kentucky Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows will convent at Shelby ville Oct 10 John R McLean has purchased con trolling interest in the Washington Post The public schools of Petersburg Ind have been closed because of diph theria Fire at Portland Oregon destroyed an entire business block valued nt 11000 Fire destroyed a large store at Bran denburg causing a loss estimated at Roberts was fatally shot on the street at nardstown by Charles M over tho death of his wife Charles J Heller a Philadelphia hat ter killed himself The strike of electrical workers in Berlin Is growing The total number of men out is about 33000 Tho Overland Flyer on the Great Northern railroad was held up trod robbed by three men and two boys v Two men wore blown into fragments by an explosion at the Aetna Powder and Glycerin Works at Millers Station IndIt is understood in St Petersburg that the position of chief of the now Ministerial Cabinet has been offered to M Witte Miss Aimee Blonde a lion tamer was terribly mutilated by a trick lion during the performance of a circus at Gilman III A stormy meeting of policy holders of the Western Life Indemnity Co was held in Chicago the factions almost coming to blows Two women and four children were burned to death in a cabin home at Ed gington W Va The husbands of the two women escaped New York detectives and police say they are satisfied Harry Leonard the boy who stole 359000 worth of securi ties had no accomplices Charles E Shivcley Suprume Clara cellor of the Knights of Pythias holds that an Indian is not eligible to mem bership in the Pythian order The disappearance of Miss Edith Stafford from Lexington Is explained In a letter from a theatrical manager who says she signed with his company Albert Herndon and Cam Shepherd prisoners in the State penitentiary at Frankfort had a bloody fight while locked in a cell The former is proba bly fatally injured The recent rains in and about New Orleans have so filled the swamps as to raise great obstacles to tho visiting of yellow fever patients A box contain ing a body had to be floated six miles to reach a dry spot x i Judge William Lindsay has been re tamed as associate representative the Commonwealth in the investigation of charges against all railroads in Kentucky which are accused of exacting exorbitant freight rates The Chesapeake Nashville railroad which was sold Saturday to W A Northuutt of Louisville was bought for the louisville Nashville Rail road Co the formal transfer papers having been filed in the county clerks olllco at Scottsville Ky BENEFIT TO MANKIND One oi tho Greatest Discover los of the ioth century There is nothing in the way of a discovery in the nineteenth century that has proved of greater benefit to mankind than that of two eminent French chemists Morgues and Gautier by name who discovered a way to separate the medicinal curative elements of which there are about 50 different kinds in the cods liver from the oil and give to modern medicine all the tonic bodybuilding and curative prop erties of that grand old remedy cod liver oil unencumbered by the oily greasy part which science had proved of no value whatever either us a food or medicine Thus they produced Vinol Vinol is guaranteed to contain in a highly concentrated form all the me dicinal elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers and wherever old fashioned cod liver oilor emulsions will do good Vinol will do far more good for being without oil it is delicious to the taste easily assim ilated and wont upset tho weakest tones up the digestive organs creates a hearty appetite makes rich red blood and creates strength for old people weak women puny children and after sickness and for all pulmo nary troubles it has no equal So strong is our faith in Vinol that we freely offer to return money In every case where it tails to give satis faction Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE Miss Lutie Eubanks is visiting friends in Anderson countyIService on rural route No 2 from thlll place will begin Dec 1st Dave Prewift bought i mare mule colt Tuesday from A B McKinney for yioo W D Clocker is assigned to work at Tyrone this month and left Sunday for that places The stork left u beautiful ninepound girl with Mr and Mrs Alfohzo Rich arch last week- Hustonville will have a big street fair during the week of Oct 16 Ev crytody invited lists off to the mayor of Kiddvillo for uodtBLOTvod boquett and may his shadow nfr grow IBM Quite u number of rheumatic patients say they are being greatly benefited by the baths at Olympian Springs- F M PcavyhoiMO has rented the Jas Yowell house barns and garden for next year and will get possession next month Mr Fount Sims lias about completed a beautiful twostory front to his home making it the most attractive home in thpt vicinity Crit Rifle has rented C n Bohons farm and will move there soon Misses Kate Blain and Katherine Hall visited relatives this week at Shelby City Why is It that a single gentleman or two of the West End will hitch up and drive pass blacksmith shops galore to have a shoe put on at Mt Salem Cowan McCormack shipped a car of 200pound hogs to Cincinnati Friday for which they paid 4Jc per pound They also sold Riker Cull 75 good stock ewes at 4 A petition to Gov J C W Beck ham is being numerously signed asking his excellency to offer a suitable re ward for the arrest of one Buena Compton who is terrorizing Moreland and Millodgeville citizens Again the season is on for new fea tures in ladies headgear and our two millinery establishments are now run ning full force night and day in order to supply the large and increasing trade in this line in our city Every new shape and feature from the largest importers are in evidence here and judging from the number of patrons from surrounding county seats the prices must be right as well as the goodsSam Mounts and family of Missouri are visiting friends and relatives here H R Camnitz was called by wire to Cincinnati to accept a lucrative posi tion in a printing establishment Rev- S B Lander the popular pastor of the Presbyterian church here is on n two weeks visit to Princeton the scenes of his boyhood days where he meets a brother he has not seen for 15 years Dr Clay Carpenter f Texas who was born and reared in our midst is visit ing relatives here Mrs Mary Jenkins and daughters will return to Texas with him and spend the winter Mr and Mrs Allen Burris spent several days with friends in Paris returning they met Mrs Jennie Carpenter in Lex- Ington and together spent this week In Louisville Tho Pythian Grand Lodge in session nt Hopkinsvillc elected officers for the ensuing year as follows Grand Chancellor T G Stuart of Winches ter Grand Vice Chancellor M H Mc Lean of Covington Grand Prelate George D Young of Louisville Grand Keepcrof Records and Seal John W Carter of Owcnsboro Grand Master of Exchequer Jule Plummer of New port Grand MasteratArms 0 H Pollard of Jackson Grand Inner Guard C A Saundersof Franklin Supreme Representatives Jouett Henry of Hopkinsvillc and T B Matthews of Covington Dont Borrow Trouble It Is u had habit to borrow anything but tho worst thing you can possibly borrow Is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and wornout by tho pains timid poisons of dyspepsia bit iousness Krlghtft disease and simi lar Internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but lly for relief to Khetrlo Bitters Mere you will Hnd stun and permanent for getfulness of all your troubles and your body will not IK burdened by a load of debt disease AtO L Pen nys Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Or chard Price lOc Guaranteed Lexington Lodge of Masons No 1 of which Henry Clay was once Master has decided to call upon Masons throughout Kentucky to unito in an appeal to the next Legislature for an ap propriation to repair the headless mon ument to the statesman The life insurance managers =are green with envy of the rascal that stole 359000 in securities from the New York banks He gavo them near ly all the points in the game and then beat them badly Frankfort Journal cl QualityA LatestIl PPU1AR STOREis known liy four important characteristics The superior quality of its An eagerness tor lute styles and novelties Always the lowest Perfect service to its patronsrThis M the Jbiindation of my business and I have strictly hell to tho above principles That U the reason why my store has grown tp he known an the best store in town for VALUES that you receive here for your moiicy laving just received the finest stork of Frill and Winter Goods in town This includes n selection of new and stylish Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc c Of course everybody known that thiais headquarters tor Shoes aq I have the exclusive sale of tho All Amurica 1110and 84 Shoes the best for the money in the U S Game and try a pair We invite everybody within a days ride to conic nUll inspect our stock of goods and see the BARGAINS we have for you Lowest Prices IPerfect SAMROBINSONNext STANFORD KY T Peters Loaded Shells at W H HIGGINSt STANFORD KY l Stop and See His Win= Idow Displays L a TillS IS PATRICKr Y iJ He is a warmnurnr ber He will keep the coldchills from running n down your back See write or phone S H ALDRIDGE 1 Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky George D Hopper Successor to J K VnuArednlo Dealer in Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds I ask a portion of the patronage of the peoplojof Stanford and Lincoln couutyf jiroiuiaing tine best broods at the most reasonable prices George D Hopper Stanford Ky r 1 J iIt 11 1 The Interior Journal E C WALT- ONDEAIOCR4TIC TICKE For Senator iRL HUBBLE For ItepreieututlTU r J M ALVER8ON i For County Judge t RC WARREN For County Attorney r W S BURCH For gberllT T JEFF HILL 8R For County Clerk GEORGE COOPER For APesor- W A CARSON V For Superintendent Schools tGARLAND SINGLETON J For Jailer W I HERRIN i Tile Department of Agriculture rc ports that from 75 to 90 per cent of the corn is safe from frost and the rest will be in another week Seer tary Wilson adds as the result of his own observation that the reports of enormous crops are not exaggerations In the Dakotas the small grain crops are the best for six or seven years and in half a dozen of the Northwestern States the corn crop is the best ever known The total corn crop of the country is estimated at the unprec dented r figures of 2700000000 bushels The farmers prosperity will make the whole country further prosperous Tile grand jury of Fayette has again urged the necessity of a hospital at the Houses of Reform and adds that the crowded condition of the institution demands an enlargement of the buildings It joins the board of trustees in the recommendation that the Legislatu appropriate 50000 for these purpos and certified a copy of same to besent to Gov Beckham with a request that he suggest the appropriation in his message to the Legislature It is hoped that the Legislature will make a sufficient appropriation to relieve the distress of this laudable institution I WOULD rather be John D Rockefeller divested of his wealth and with his lovable personality than any of the crew saints or sinners who are at tacking him says Dr D K Peat = eons of Chicago Can it bepossibe that the doctor is a beneficiary of some of Rockefellers tainted coin Surely not Dr Pearsons just admire the oil magnate because he is of love bte personalityso he says IMMEDIATELY on the announcement that John D Rockefeller had paid over Mss gift of 10000000 to the genera educational board comes the further announcement that the Standard Oil Co has made an advance in its prices After all the consumer makes the immens donation but John D gets the credit all the same- OREGoNs representation in Congress is liable to be wiped out She has two Senators and two Representatives One Senator and one member have been con victed of criminal violations of the land RepresentaItlve trial for like offenses POLITICAL The Democrats made a gain of 20 in the registration at Danville The condition of exCongressmanJer- ry Simpson is said to be much im proved Capt Ed Farley was nominated foi Representative by republicans of Me Cracken county Brand Whitlock the novelist was nominated by the Independents o1 Toledo 0 for mayor William R Hearst was nominated as a candidate for mayor at a municipal ownership mass meeting in New York Maryland republicans nominated Hen ry M McCullough for State controller Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte pre sided and delivered an address District Attorney William T Jerome was nominated for the office of District Attorney of New York by the filing of a petition bearing 4000 signatures Arrangements have been completed for the exchange at Washington of the ratifications between Russia and Japan of the Portsmouth treaty It is said that President Roosevelt will tender p the White House for the occasion William Hepburn Russell acting as attorney for several policyholders she asked permission of Attorney General Mayor of New York to file suit against John A McCall and George W Per kins for the restitution of 150000 the contributions made by the New York t Life Insurance Company to Republican campaign funds Harry Jones 11 years old arrested for petit larceny at Richmond admit ted his guilt and was sentenced to the House of Reform by Judge Turpin for five years Fire in the lumber district of Rhine iMtfertWis destroyed property worth UIl1ia tt J JI Here and There Mrs W Champion of Salem Kj was instantly killed in a runaway The safe of the Blink of Springfield S D was blown open and 5200 stolen Ethels Pride won tho Transylvan at Lexington yesterday Best time 2062The jury in the Polk Flether assault case at Russellvillo returned a verdict of death The Daughters of the Confederacy arc holding their annual convention in San Francisco The sum of 250000 Is fedid to be mysteriously missing from the Ala mom Col Bank which was closed on Monday Trustees of the Peabody education fund at a meeting in Now York decided to postpone for a time the matter of granting 1000000 to the institution atI Nashville owing to tho technical co siderations Young Reed who was arrested In Louisville yn the charges of bigamy murder and who was dismissed in tho police court filed suit for 50000 IInm ages alleging malicious prosecution His late wifes kinsmen arc named as Carlton the bigamist wns attacked by a mob upon leaving tho court room in New York where hew sentenced to an aggregate term of 19 years in prison Judge Aspinwall said he regretted ho could not send Carlton to the electric chair Surgeon White of the Marine Hospital Service in New Orleans has returned from a trip of inspection extending almost to the Texas line lIe expresses the opinion that the quarantine restrictions over a large portion of the State will be lifted by November 1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Jack Bolen a barber at Middlesbon while sitting in his shop was assassinated by an unknown man The Kentucky W C T U held Its closing session at London Tuesday Mrs Francis E Beauchamp of Lexington was elected president- D P Rowland one of Danville prominent and wellknown citizens has accepted a responsible position with the American Guaranty Fund and Mutut Fire Insurance Company and will be located in St LouisAdvocate Mary Stockton 10 year old daughter of Ed B Hume died last night of scarlet fever says a Richmond dispatch A sister of the child is also very low with the same disease There arc many cases throughout the county and at Union City thn public school has been dismissed An indictment has been returned in the Laurel circuit court against Virgil Bowers a Negro charging him with the murder of George Farris a prominent timber merchant of Knox county md he was taken back to London for trial from Richmond where he has been In jail for safekeeping Police Judge Bond Stewart and DC puty Police Charles Gurley of Jcllico are here under arrest charged with hooting and mortally wounding Wm lartlett at Jellico Stewart denie eking any part in the trouble Gurle claims Hartlctt shot at him frst and he selfdefenseWiIliamSbUrgldispatch Andrew Stapleton and Miss Myrtle lason were married Wednesday Miss Kate England and W M Dish man were married at Barbourville Rev J T Chasteen will begin a protracted meeting on Harris Creek on- the second Saturday in this month G W Ellison of Casey and Mrs Ella Deatherage of this county were joined in wedlocks holy bonds here W Letcher a leader in Richmond society daughter of Mr and- Mrs William R Letcher was married there to Albert McKay a prominent business man of Macon Ga J H Williams and Miss Catherine McKinney both of the Mt Salem section were married at Danville Wednesday The groom is a prosperous young farmer and an excellent young man His bride is a daughter of Mr J J McKinney and is as pretty as she is popular Could Not be Better The uniform success of Chamber tins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea emcdy has won for it a wide reputa tlQn and many people throughout the country will agree with Mr Chas W attlson of Milford Va who says It works like magUt and id tho hest reparation I know of It couldnt bo ny better Ho had a serious attack of dysentery and was advised to try a bottle of this remedy which ho did with the result that Immediate relief WI1S obtained Fflr sale by all drug gistli James Whitcomb Riley was looking over a fence on his farm at a field of- rye when a neighbor who was driving by stopped his horse and asked Hullo Mr hows your rye doing Fine fine replied the poet How much do you expect to clear to- the acreOh about four gallons answered Mr Riley soberlySuccess Magazine HUBBLE J C Eubanks bought 17 mules iron Green Moore at 82 J M and A L Rankin bought 30 mules from Price Bros at 80- Mrs James Robinson has returned from a visit in Chattanooga Hoy Mc Clure of Somerset was the guest of his sister Mrs J A Hammond last week J N Sloan of St Louis is vis iting relatives here Mrs E B Miller left Monday for her new home In Leba non Ind Mr Miller will go later J A Hammond Is in Cincinnati this week buying fall and winter goods Mrs W A Martin of Turnersville was visiting Mrs R G Bratton D G Spoona more of ColTcyvlllc Kansas is with his parents Mr and Mrs A M Spoon nmor 52 1Thethe property of a Scandinavian farmer The old fellow has turned from n gray to as nearly white as horse hair can become and last winter was bereaved by the death of his juvenile mate n horse that died in the full bloom of thatIon bread baked for his benefit with an additional ration of sugar each day Ills owner is proud of him and money would not tempt him to make a sale It is said that all the signs of great ago are present Ills coat has not been shed for several years and his muscles have lost their power to such a degree that his ears lop like unto those of a hog Say pawl VWell son What is frenzied finance Frenzied finance my son is the way your mother goes after my pay envelope every Saturday night Now run along and play Beg pardon but are you a waiter No Private detective No What are you then Oh Im only the man who is giving the party A Judicious Inquiry- A well known traveling man who visits the drug trade says he has often heard druggists inquire of customers who asked for a cough medicine whether it was wanted for a child or an dull and if for a child they almost Invariably recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy The reason for his Is that they know there Is no dan ger from It and that it always cures There Is not the least danger In giving It and for coughs colds and croup it Is unsurpassed orsale by all drug fats For Sale Privately I otter for wile prlvntuly my mill homo nix mrf of Inml near Crtilimslstlnigof on the Mull Lick IlIlIe from town Thero li on It a gatedorch IInl anti fruit Qf nil kind My hoop ron Insalx room mill UMJ n tenant hoe n oocl well niul it iHKxl cittern nt thelloor und II mrcftoaryoiiUmlUllniiii Ittufntlnn ulv nntonce SIuaOMIATsr Ornb Orchard Ky A FAMOUS REMEDY feared MY with German Syrup P He wrote to Ur O G Green An as true ae I tell doctor dear Im feelln finer than ever Ive been V QThe consumptive should not be the victim of experiment as he often is but the moment the disease mani fests its presence be should be given Bo Ichees German Sympapure non alco bolic medicine that mgde for the cure of consumption and has a world wide fame as a remedy for catarrh colds sore throat ana ill bronchial affections in old and young fit is sold in all civilized countries bu been famous as a consumption cure for almost half a century TYia1 bottle Big bottle 750 At all druggists throughout the world For Bale at Penny Dragwtore FOOTWEAR T L r lftltfltfI ++ If titers is ono brooch of our ImslnchS that ilcrve mOro credit than nil other its our SHOE STOCK mid just now in tho tlmo to consider where you cull best lit yourself or your family in ecrviccablo solid and sightly Shoes The Hooker Hootco I bellovn tlio BEST AN11made today u genuine Goodyear sewed bottom niiulo of tho old hisliuned wax cult that will not pick or t kin up Also mailo in salt leathers price 8fi A inch high top tan shun Qootlyoir welt bottom us near water proof ns nay tingle leather an AWFUL GOOD one price 813 n Ittindi high top tun shoe prico 81 n 14inch BOX CALF high topshoe for glili0 n 12lneh IIIClv OHY CALF n very tough serviceable stock for J UlIr WATKIf KING 10 inchiM high doubled through the loot snaking it juttn little nearer water proof than nay of them price Hoys Level Ilcsl school NHOCS in till gizpjv You nil know them and really if you have use l them YOU KNOW they nrc better than ANHOUYt IfIIII H J MROBERTS STANFORD A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McltobcrU Drug Store in the Owelcy Building Two Houses in Oral Orchard For Sale dtMro to wll privately two house In Cmb Urchnrd One U n of 8 room 1I1t1l ocr of nlllllli Two good iplng outbuildings Thu other dos hOIl spkndld of a roomallDd Bl out ncnof Inni HtAblt hoe houae etc Both noldlnl Are eomparntlvefy new Ward JloonOrnb Or chard Ky McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Mnmifnctunr of Jeans IlnMiy Klannil ItlimUiu and Hind ui your wool W tnknwoot In for work ullowlu 1IIIfllIlt tr4lthfactiontill markdIrll IlIlornutJoDOnll prices and Agent wanted THE VERDICT I Hcrln donUt window nnnd srccut tatlug Itluu Yluntu t1leklrOilMluvr tirtnl HhucU 1ulra lstlialon lortltftv- uurtntnhllrrtchrnIartHtrrteherr Urnek Crul r lij removellrunliot iwctlon Uiirrxitnnd HulldliiK spur IKMiri Window Yn IUIMT Ialntu Vnrnll IUUIIIt Ictllrcl rllnltdMtlllni nn tilns Buggies vrw and Old Furniture tome and re you Inn wu do not kwii Ilvnnine alt nnd ftitl iry Ilellt horMi nut biinulo Kxcvllcnt undfrtnkliitf v Ul mtnt- 1lvnty of horalllid rd ItiiliU r Tiring done Pruitt BrothersMorelnnd Ky 1P Si D We whoa o nuraf appear below trlrtly forbid hunting tubing or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute violator to the run extent of the law Mn Kate Ador Hro Fred VonGruenlftanAlbvrt VonGruenlgan fred VonAllmao Fred Alfred Simpson George Ilolior Miss Mane II liner K KelChenbach Cumtnlni Joe llallou A DunnS M Holme W EAmonWit Daugherty Flmore ShomaCanerJThomas Ferrtll e F J Conn John tl Oiimenlich Sam Trnwbrldge A U hoot Charles Ennlln Frank Cordler Mrs Peter Ilnlmer John MeterSamuul Llodiev Jacob Gacder L1tle David Stephens Do You Want a Home It so we run furnUh you ow kind on want WII Unvn for wlu n Kriiit vnrlttY- I ruriniitwullliiit liouw biHliHn nmiMK IInli business propolltlon EIIW faYouWant a Farm wrllt us what kind of o pluco you nro look- Ing for what Hue what dwre iucnled how much you nro willing to Invat unt nn otlllr Inrormlltlon Wo he farm or III slat character ouureondthainar eel A postalcurd will ring you one our printed lists OENTUAI KV HKAIKHTATK 00 It k Presldent- Lehanon Ky 1 t- g j W H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The Latest In Jtwrlry Kilter UutOlau WittcheinndUiockiln Hick 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 it1N 1 1NNtiN PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Be kind enough to remit us the amount of your dues at this office J G 2IL v r IaSTANronu KY OCT 0 1905 VK have a new Mock of box that will New shapes qualities Icnnyti Drug nndI PERSONALS I t AlR E IL HUAJXKY is very sick Di W H OllANNON was at Hrod head on professional business JAMES WILLIAMS left yesterday to visit relatives at Richmond Vn Nit J W ADAMS was in Cincinnati with n carload of cattlo this week MR J S YOUNG returned yesterday from a visit to relatives in Kansas MRS J M BRYANT of Somerset in with her slater Mrs E H lioazley iMu It W UOCKKR of Kansas City his brother Mr J S Hockey J B HONAKEK anti June II Held were here from lluatonvillo Wednesday MR A A HIGGINS returned to the Theological Seminary in Louisville yes terdayMR AND Mns E T UBAZLEY of 1Inrrod burg were KUcsU of his broth ers and sisters here MESSRS G COUGH li SAOKLEY and Thomas II Shanks spent yesterday at the Lexington trots MISSES HELEN HOCKER and Mabel Dryc of Hustonville were guest ot Miss Minnie Taylor Woofs Junco W M MYERS of Hustonville WM here Wednesday en route to lon- don to look after his timber interests MRS SAMUEL TATEM and Mrs L C Smith of Crab Orchard were on Wed needaya Louisville train for a shopplnK trip MRS A H MCKINNEY returned yes terday from Knoxville where she had been to visit her daughter Mrs II G C A Cox went up to Corbin Wednesday to see his son Charles E Cox who had the misfortune to sticks nail in his foot MR II II GENTRY of Indciwndcncc Mo brother of C V Gentry here and reported very ill last issue Is some what improved COL JosEiii GARRARD orders his IN TERIOR JOURNAL changed from Manila to Presidio Gal lie has been in the 1hllippines a year or so Dn STEKLK BAILEY is back from Mammoth Utah where ho owns a large infirmary He is delighted with the West and may return soon Ms It D IAixurrr of Waynesburjr is here in the Interest of the Waynes burg Marble and Granite Works for which he has been traveling several months MRS II C THOMPSON was elected a delegate to and will attend the W C T U National Convention to bo held nt Los Angclos California October 27 London Iocal LOCALS SEt our line of heating stoves George II Farris e PLAIDS for waists in Wool Silk tad Mercerized Severance Sons 0 EVERY every price everybodys underwear at Severance Sons 0 TilE sale of the farm and per sonalty will occur Oct 28th Attend Mr I M BRUCB ispputting n roof on his stock pensa decided improve ment e FOOT rub gamo at Graded School grounds this afternoon Stanford vcr Danville 1 0 FOR HBNT erhouse with garden barn and lot Somerset Street t Nancy VanDeveer e Ann duo deliberation W II Muel ler has como to the conclusion not to remove but to stay in Stanford e FOR UrrReshence occupied by Mrs Walter Warren on West Main F Possession Jan Mark Itt HardinSWORK widening Depot street is on in earnest Joo Upthegrove the expert concrete worker Is making beautiful pavements f 4 MR A W Stern of Hoyle will sell at public sale on Wednesday Oct 25th his splendid 242I acro farm a lot of l stock etc See ad next Issue r I COALLet us fill your coal house with good coal while the weather is favorable Quality and prices tc suit everybody JJI Baughrruin Co a r r NEW FURSJI Wutch tho fur fly when the first coldslap once You had bettor come in now nod make your selection niiil bo ready for the cool day which al ways have como We are showing the new shapes from the finall ascot to the howl collar in Coney Opossum Iibella Fox nail Squirrel These goods arc from W II Miller Co the well known furriers and they are all they arcrcprcscntcd to be Prices 150 to 20 1ii SEVERANCE SON ISOIlOOL shoes and rubbers at Sever IJcm RF4rNlco cottage in Stan ford J C McClary TUB L N Is giving a 2 roundtrip rate to Lexington during the trots BEST yard wide Moire Velour or Tar fete Silk in tho country for at Sev erance Sons I HAVE added a cleaning pressing und general repair business Suits made new Give me a trial Ed Wilkinson I WILL sell on the street next Mon day county court day the Iwst Jersey milk cow in Stanford Geo n Wcaren DAN hasbought T C Balls stock of groceries etc and John Jones will run the business for him at Mr Balls old stand MRS KATE MYERS the Hustonvillo milliner has just received her tall and winter hats bonnets etc See her advertisement elsewhere e IF your farm is for sale list it with the Boner Real Estate Co Somerset Ky We ore in touch with the Wayne and Pulaski county buyers e STORKROOM the best in Stanford for rent Possession Jan 1 1906 Now occupied by J P Jones and splendidly located S H Shanks Stanford Five THOUSAND rolls of wall piper net styles and designs twodozen A minster Tapestry and Ingrain Drug gets special prices on all Trlbble Pence STANFORD registered 29 democratic Lets try to make the best town on the map go democratic at least CO at the November election We can do it If we will try I TUB Graded School foot ball team will play the Central University Sophomore eleven at the Graded School grounds at 3 oclock this afternoon A good game may be expected 0 WALTER LEACH aged 28 brakeman on tho C N 0 T P between Lex ington and Somerset was crushed so badly while switching cars at Bower station that he diet an hour later WE would remind customers that our line of furs came in only last week also our line of holiday goods and all will bo closed out in this sale rather than move them John P Jones Tim L N will run another 175 excursion to Louisville Oct 22nd Train leaves Stanford depot at 615 A and arrives in Louisville nt 1025 AI Returning It leaves Louisville at 615 r M Six per cent will be added to your town taxes if not paid before Nov 1 I have moved my olllce to T C Balls store Call there and get your receipt It G Jones tax collector and mar filial SHERIFF II LEE TATS of Hock cas- tlc was on yesterdays train returning from Frankfort where ho had been to take Arthur Dollins who got five years for horse stealing at the term of court recently ended at Mt Vernon TUB Court of Claimsallowed claims amounting to between 18000 and lOOOOIr1OO or 2000 less than last year A good showing for our fiscal court composed entirely of democrats Be sure that the next fiscal court is of the same political complexion e HEW WITHOUT BAILit E Lee Sims for killing John R Farris some 10 days ago had his examining trial before Judge James P Bailey yester day The testimony introduced by the prosecution was very damaging and Judge Bailey refused him bull The defense did not introduce a witness A largo crowd attended tho trial many ladies being interested spectators MR J W PERRIN the grocer has bought of Mr J C Florence Iris store room and residence above on East Main Street and will get possession lec16 Mr Perrin will move his stock of goods there and his family will occupy the rpoma on the second floor Mr S P Gray who now uses the storeroom is selling out his stock at cost in order to quit the mercantile business He will give some rare bargains for the next 60 days Mr Gray will after he disposes of his goods devote his entire attention to tho manufacture of brooms and will enlarge his plant for that business r displayW j NEW fall skirts in Panama Serge Herringbone Cheviot and Broadcloth etc at 3 to 10 Severance Sons DAVID THOMPSON fGarrard bought tho George W Evans farm in the East End yesterday at S3310 A goodcrowd attended the sale REWARD FOR CojirroxSheritr M S Baughman has offered a reward of 10 for Buena Vista Compton of tho West End Compton has been terror- Izing that section for some time but has succeeded in eluding our vigilantsherifT A LITTLE daughter of Berry Buries on of tho Wayncsburg section died of membraneous croup and was buried HeyIwas she was tho brightest little child he ev er knew PUBLIC SALTiI will sellat public auction on Wednesday Oct 11 a lot of household and kitchen furniture farm ing implements buggy and harneflx cow and calf poultry etc Will also rent home place of 30 acres Mrr Monroe Curtis I HAVE just opened up n front of the court house next door to W B McRobcrtfl Drug Store a stock of groceries etc Every thing bran new just bought in the markets and iU the right stuff Will add to my stock every week until complete I willappreciate your trade so please call for you can buy them right T D Newland APPLICANTS of the M B A Lodge will meet for organization at the Odd Fellows Hall tonight Oct 6 at 716 Campbellthe Modem Brotherhood America We request all applicants to be present and bring their friends All who art interested in fraternal societies are cordially invited Wo want them to hear this lecture and know what we by our united efforts are doing for the benefit of man in this fraternal work Remember this is not for men only Ladies are especially invited Mrs Ida M Kersey PLEASANT OCCASION Mr and Mrs Anderson R Nunnelley gave an elegant dining at their home in the Turners vine section in honor of the Both birth NunnelIleyand great grand children were present and the day was delightfully spent The aged Mr Nunnelley and his excel lent wife are justly proud of their child ren who do everything in their power to make the last days of this estimable couple their best A liberal sample of the good things sent to us from the birthday dinner place us in position to know that the repast was a splendid one PROGRAM of the Annual Convention of the Eighth District of Christian En deavor to be held at Stanford Oct 6 and 7 Friday evening Oct 6 715 Song Devotional Eld L M Omer Song 730 Welcome Address Rev G Glass Response Mr George Watson 815C E Possibilities in Ken tucky Mr Clyde E Vander Maaten Oct 7 9 A MQuict Hour Eld F M Tinder Report of committees 930I Music Christian Endeavor and Mis sions led by Mr J R Faris The Great est Foe to Missions Mr Lyne Starling Awakening the Missionary Spirit Mrs Ben Helm Practical Missions Mrs F P Frisbie I030Heport of Societies CnrIllenterthe Prayer Meeting Lancaster Christian Church C E How to Win and Hold Young People for Christ Mr R J McMullcn How to Deepen the De JamesItional 115 Junior Work Miss Alice Burgin 215Personal Workers Eld G W Mills 315Practcal Hints and Helps in C E Work Mr C E Van tier Maaten 345Farewell EM F M Tinder Tho sessions of the conven tion will be held in the Presbyterian church The public is cordially invited to attend allof these meetings and those who are interested in young peoples work can not afford to miss tho discussions and addresses There will be good music and the spiritual tone of these conventions is always fine A good many delegates are expected from surrounding counties NEW COATS The new rants are much longer than last reason and the styles nro Bloch prettier yet the price is no higher Tho coats we tell at 8i 810 15 nnd 820 are the prettiest we have over shown The picture on the left repre Bents one of our new Empire Coats nnd is the seasons favorite Come in and try one on look at yourself nnd you will want one sure We show quite a number of special coats only one of n kind no one will have one like yours nt 816 8UO and 825- A SEVERANCE SON MONDAY is county court day Dont forget us I WILL sell at public auction on court day Oct 9th the two brick storeroom on Main Street Stanford occupied by J W Perrin nnd Cummins Mc Clary Terms made known on day of sale J S Owsley Sr Stanford Emmet W Roach teacher of Fulton county was shot from ambush anti died 30 minutes later Twentyeight breweries of Central Michigan formed a combination with 6000000 capital Senor Carlos Walter Martinez one of the most eminent men of Chile died atSantiagoThe peace treaty has arrived at Toklo TO THE LADIES Wo ast returned from the Ultlcn with hlll lilt of Full uncl Winter hatx Will IWKlad to Imvu the ladle cull bind ex iiinlne our stock MHH KINo Ann MIKM HinoiSK Crete Orchard Ky MILLINERY I New Hull nnd Winter Millinery lust re oelrIIIIdleiuf this srullon lire cordially inrlUU to cull nnd we them MrsKate Myers Hustonville PUBLIC SALE As nilinlnlntrntor of the mtnte of Mrs Ihielm JHIIH Tudor decXJ will otter for MilototliH hlKhentnnd at lildder tilt fol lowliiKdencrllied property on HATUIUlAYOOTHTU A certain tract of land IKHI known on tho Moonlit farm containing ntxiut 1O news aituatrtl III Iducoln county lull llOrdlrlna on llx Hive Wild fnrm U iitunti nluul midway Utwvn Iimcaster und Htnnford unout a miles from either place HiiUI tract of hind U fertile In it high state of ctil tlviitlon dud excellent In every for fur inlmn urppiMMiiill liottomliuu Well wn tent and hoe e born nod al- lntcvstlrv outllllhIII1KI Any unu dtlrllllf to wu mrm can cull on 1111 Tudor who reside on tin pluce will UMI offer for In tit ttiOHiimii time nod chit the follow thoroughbred Ilolatelncow 11n1col1gsxolJrrwgvOwuad1111f2lwlr IUIg stunsS lilt hogs wow lid I nnd will Mild on the fol lIIomidillI montlmtlme Ilircliuwr to executu note with upprovinl security UurliiKii lesul Interent iron Itssl Lien retnlnid on tnnd until nil of purchase money Is paid Terms for sale ot stock nuidc known on day ofmiltv W I HAHIIIN Admr A M UourucAuctloutrrPUBLIC I I will ut my place of roldenre on tho Full Mckit Springs Turnpike milt Hunt of Ireueuenvllle nix mites from Cnvli Orolmnl mid Laiiriitler and eight mile from HtanrordonTil Y OCT U ll to tile liluhiKt nnd lient Milder my turns IVi urns of tlr tclues Innd o acres of Itlwlitguawlnhemp Also at the mnnii Umtiand place cell nil of my horneii milieu intlli flit on Ihgt work horses In inraan- eountynlsnnuexlrnuoodolrolnodesto gather with farmliiK uf Mlle new hickory never n ilii pal of hemp Utl iHirreU of corn nod many other things ton nuinerouH to mvntlon- TKIIMH OK MALKTh nal estate will lie hold for onethird cnsh lialanco In one twoand thrtM nr tune with Interest on- krvrredpnyuantsunlllIll with leln ru ii mil to securo fullowsUnmud proiHrly will U told tier IA riii hand over that amount n credit of U month will lie given with Inter est until paid For nil deferred payment n note wit security will lie required imyalile at the frill Orchard HiinkliiK Co Thlils u splendid opportunity to secure n wrlIt lii ruled UrstClass It will sold without reserve und no h1I1 will ixriiilttod have concluded to go West and for that reason nor hnvlni this sole W n 1IKNXKTT rreacher vllle Ky CoIPIUBaLIC1SALEof I Havlnil determined to West will on HVTUHIUY INTut ito5- at my farm udles West of Crab Orchard on the county fomlllUlllllj from Crab itch anl to o11lwoOlI COlli 1I1lc1 nj promptly at the hour of lOoVlock mil the lollow IIIK dwerllKil proiwrtyi My form of 70 acre more or less nun two gavel dwellings bind three never fulling wellsand one never fall 1art of fnrm Cedar Creek- lodtolusworth Ilu per acni tend Joins tin hiniU of Dr John it Owsley and Ocorge 1I01llus and U on Intrnl llnuto No 1he fnrm U under loot fence most of It wire llotli 11 Ihlogslaare never falllnu welU In This farm hits n No grist mill on It t1 hotseloworculmcltlnnd2l0lushrs per aid mill Host will sold together This farm If not sold privately will lio soldnrbllcly- Tg1UIMtht estnte remainder In ono and two years with iiial Install ment urlngfl per cent Interest and leln retained on farm for remainder of purchase rorsonal property eOIlblll of one good bUKgv horse ycurs old two good milk vow two buggies harness wagon and hllrlllS4 good hOlo1U chllkelllll grrse l stand bees lot of plows and gear good look stove largo air tight heater wood arullustoteIrguu1 folding lied suit ot furniture It chair tad two rockers IIlrl1 llrinsels rag carpet machine 1uwingbolotcornnnl hll1 good en no and about bushels of onl1 clock Winchester rifts nil kinds of dUhetand lot of canned fruit nnd many other things too numeroun to men ionTennison personal property made known mdnyof mile Wit ITT Ool J P Ulmndler Auct Custom Tailoring Suits To Measure iCcurry samples from the very hest Cnetoin Tailors in the country and show as great a variety of pat terns as one would taro to look at READYMADE CLOTHING IS OUR MAIN LINEB- ut t we carry samples for those desiring special service and those who can not get fitted from ready rnndl stocks We know how to take measures properly j we know when a garment is properly made andwe guarantee every garment to fit perfectly Wj give you the latest fashion touches Our prices will save you several dollars on u Suit or arr Ove- rcoatCUnniNSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky Great ClosingOut Sale Wo have rented It business house now Hearing completion in Corhin Ky which we expect to occupy at tin early date Rather than move any stock from this place wo have decided to close our Entire Line of Merchandise at n sacrifice This stock consists of not only the Cream of Dry Goods such as Silks Satins Fine Woolens Wuisling Fine Table Dnmasks Undeiwcnr Hosiery Outing Etc Etc hut also contains the largest assortment of hand painted Japanese China and Brian brub Novelties ever shown in this section We anticipated heavy Holiday Trade and bought very largely of this line These goods have just arrived fresh from Japan and will go on sale at once In addition to the above wo have n Oe and lOc department that is now loaded with good useful money savers This will be our last opportu nity to supply the wants of our friends anti customers and we deem it necessary jy to further remind you ofithe character of merchandise you now have nn opportunity to purchase nt sacrifice Owing to tho short stay we have in your midst we are compelled to make this Strictly A Spot Cash Sale to One nnd All and we ask those who have already made little tickets to please settle Stanford Ky Oct 3 10- 05JOHN P JONES N DANVILLE SHOE STORE Woodson Salleo Successors to Cald well Lanler DANVILLE KENTUCKY Irll FALL IS ON US Wo are ready with the goodsf Snappy stuff for Men Women mill Children Our school shoes cant bo beat Edelens Level Best nUll Honest Mike need no introduction SPLENDID LINE TRUNKS DRESS SUIT CASES ETC Everything in Cents Furnishings Make our store headquarters when in Danville George P Crow Salesman I Q ab yWt7rl fl- luuImiJii l The Interior Journal Entered in tlt PotlQffice at Stanford IU tttonddati matter- prfITNI11711 TOKHUAYH AND NItt11AY AT 100 PER YEAR CAST V When not no paid JIOO wlllbe charge UMBRELLAS Jleco ercd and repaired and made almos aa good as now for a Amount I can Jj your umbrella batter than tbn tramp repairers and for less money Dive me trIal FRANK ATKINS Stantord For Sale Privately rMy house and 10 acres of land situate jut outside of town limits on the Soraerse yjke House hoe 7 rooms kitchen and sera rants room good cellar stable and all Bccrstuxry outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and oDe ror stock J p BAILEY H HILLENMEYER i SONS Blue Crass Nurseries tnngron KY Offer for the Kiill or liWin full stock of frill IIOt tiv T vines etcprn fruitus inuill rhulmrb shrulM employ no nu nts hut sell direct to tin planter Cntaloguron nppll- CntlonINSURANCE ire Lightning WindStorm IIfn and Accident nao tlw HTIIONOKHT nnd BKST Compnntpa lUpresentetl Lowe dbl Uates rnrontet d lhahtug tiled ortljUnwitmllrit Talk with l MAHONY Stanford Kentucky r Jlealdenco Phone No 8J The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Win SHUOA3S Proprietor i Berate Lights In every room r Refurnished and under entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meets all trains NEW LIVERY STABLE BBBES k OLA8S80SSKn UNtrriON CITY KV t TtrsVOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Katei- Bueclal Attention to Traveling Men- Gratnand Hay For Sale Jesse W Sweeney rSOFBIKTOIt Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Bones wellfed and cued for Up to date rllslt reasonable rates J H IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Serrlce at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Btreet Also Dealerln Coal Ee D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Garter Livery Feed andSale Stable J Depot Streol STANFORD KY 16peclal attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is toUched Horse on commission Stock Pens In Connection unlnter i I JB Paxton J B I Shanks O walker t Foster LOOooch W Oummlnl W M Bright B L Hubble W Shanks TO THE LADIES I I Imvo openoU n Divsvimklim KstnhlUh nuiH at HOllle on IAIKIIII Avcmioniul lisle share of the Imtronngeuf tho Indleaof this sutlifiictorv workeOllnIlUIlItIlrollllollll HIIODA VIIITK Htnnford Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy reedy rusde clothing when there ii 10 little difference In lira price ol high grade ready made suite nod a suit made to out measure taken by an ex bandeomeIlselow price business stilt to the finest dress suit Also Spring overcoats and troun ers The company I represent Is ono ol tho best I also have a line gods I make up mrcrlf for those who prefer 110 KUPLEY Tailor RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY phybramentalreonall11ajfneum Ulruetype or terteet manhood To MUln tul the tint rumuiu Nary whkO gte hyalral54mental dvetOpmehlem make rumnb g NrwCurenil Proitrtlwi SlipKtini amt other tniublodto arerworkmoNnadrva litbill end othrr ranra lab rich healthy blood ud npaln wasted nerves Kaaallr pool for vmnra Ikwkltt tree JrIIntPErrCR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO S A Km BALE AT TEXNX8 DBUO 8TOBC J L Beazley COij Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture Rugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY I e 1itCeaT Undertaker Embalmer and DenIer in IlarnessSaddlery rite STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofllce Phone 107 Homo 1Uoue 35 J First National iBanksr Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was established as the Dank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In 1B6S and again reorganized as I the First National liuik of Stanford In 1882 bating bad practically an ruptes ezitence for U years It is better supplied now with facilities for transact- Ing builntws promptly and well than ever before In Its tong honorable career t Accounts of Individuals Solicited Fiduciaries and Corporations Owsley Hi 8eo Garter the J S OOOKKK Presl HARRIS Pres J J MCROHERTS Ohr WKAllENAsst Chr Directors Reid Danrllle Ilarrli Stanford S Mocker Stanford Tanner McKlnney Elmore Btadford S IlauKhman Stanford Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J Ilauehman Stanford J Pettus Stanford Tate Stanford r to LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 50000 Olrtcten W W B H H it Officers T V W n F T J K L M D II T P H M 0 E Successors to The Farmers Hank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial IOfflura B J B Iaxton Vice President WI II BB10BTOsshUi WiOWAtKEB ssst oeaar Lincoln Countys Pedagogues STANFOItO lAQISTKIUAtt DlSTIHCT Prof J W Ireland Stanford Ky Prof K J Molu1llnI Miss Mlnnlo Rupky Mrs H D PhllllIiIMiss Annie PlltlHps Annie McKln1cIAnnie I Frances Adams I OeorglllLcwlsI I Mnud HntOeld I Lucy MusIMr Ira Adams Eubanks Ky Miss Laura Dye Howland Ky Miss Stella McOlary Stanford Kj Nora Phillips U llberts Greet Mr I n Chestnut Wulnut Flat Miss Jennie Kewlnnd Stanford K II Uiinle Coffey Arabia Ky Cordla Hubble Turncravillc II Susan VanArsdale Stanford Mary anArsI11leI 1 McKenzie May wood Kj- IIUSTOXVIUK MAOlSTKIttAL DIS TIUCT Proto U S Kubank HustonvIHe Mrs U S J ubnnkII Miss Kato Bople Mrs Uetllo Oooch Turnersvlllo Miss Lois Hubble McKlnney Ky It Snlllo Carter Moroland Ky Lula Hopkins Moroland Ky Mr W B nubble Milledgovlllo It K 0 Martin Mt Salem Ky Miss Kvelln Carson Minxland Ky Mary D Curter MoKlnney Blanche VanDovcer Stanford Mrs Luttc Gooch McKlunoy Ky Mr N w Hughes Aloreland Ky Miss Fannlo Slx are Moroland Ky Miss Stella Hubble McKlnnoy 1IMrs nettle Newell Jumbo Ky CRAB ORCIIAUD MAOISTKRIAI Dis- TttlCT Win Coldlrou Preachorsvllltv Ky Miss Nan Ncwland Stanford Ky Tsabclle Hon Crab Orchard Isabel Kynolds h Mr K L Gooch Miss Emily McWlllIams It Mr Lamar Thompson Bee Lick Mr ins A Hays O K Ky E O Gooch Boo Lick Ky Took D Lay O K Ky Miss Hebecca Mullins Ottcnhoim Mr M Mulllns Ottcnhelm Ky Miss Fannie Hatftyld Mayxvood Viola Brady Stanford Ky WAYNKSHURO MAOISTWIIAU DIST 1UCT Mrs M J Cochran Wayncsburg Miss Nannlo Adams Waynesburp Mr M G Colson Eubanks Ky Miss Ora 111111115It Mr Morris Thompson lieu Lick Dr Bradford Warren KIntfsVlIIc Miss Della Slier O K Ky Ethel Adams Waynesburj Iluchol Slier O K Ky It Annie McKee highland Ky Mary Wilson Mr Caleb Newell Jumbo Ky I E Glllland Pleasant Point Ky Miss Eliza Lay O K Ky Mr Hendrlcks Hays Waynesbuiv Miss Fannie Young Hljjbland Ky h Laura Lie Kingsrlllc Ky Mr C Grlllln Pleasant Point Ky GARLAND SINGLETON SUIT IN MEMORIAM Little Mary Elizabeth Spratt dies Sept 29 It is hard so hard to realize little Ellzabetn is dead Only 11 shore months was she spared to brighten oui lives The loss of one whose presence was such a joy can be realized only bi those whose hearts have been mad desolate by the presence of death but we know she is now sweetly sleeping in the arms of Jesus for she has gone where sorrows can not come liar spir it puts and spotless as the white winged dove wings its way through para disc beckoning to us to come thou art happy tis we alone art IOh sad Sleep softly then for wo will come and greet then by and by Fhe spring will come tho daisies bloom Upon her little bed And softly will the robins sing Above her sunny head But in the sleep that has no dreams Shall rest nor heed their call Her soul has shaken oft the dust The grave received its all The mysteries of life and death Her spirit pure has tried With senses new many scenes untold With angels shes allied shes safe within her fathers homu Shes standing at the gate adoh Father I pray the ways not long- Darling Elizabeth can wait FATHER AND MOTHER New Cure For Cancer All surfaco cancers lire now known to Iw curable by BucklenN Arnica salve Jas Walters of Dullield Va rites I had a cancer on my lip for ears that seemed Incurable till Buck lens Arnica Salv healed it and now It is perfectly well unranteed cure for cuts and burns 2Jc at G L Pen lys Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Or chord rAn explosion in the county commis ioners office in the Cincinnati courthouse killed George Zimmerman tho chief clerk to the commissioners and Russell Blair an assistant clerk Two other men were painfully injured The HalfBack Auction What nm I offered for this prim New England halfback asked the auctioneer briskly of the assemble managers and alumni Fresh from his prep school A fine line bucket Follows his interference like a leech Weight 170 strippedl Come nowl Free tuition during his whole college course cried the manager of the Ynlevard eleven Free tuition repeated the auction eer during his college course Do I touChjdowns years shouted the Princelvanla man ager and well toss in tho college agency for Dopers cigarettes The auctioneer waved his gavel in preparation for tho final bang Tuition board and an agency ho shouted Do I hear free clothes nei memberl Halfbacks are scarce ono is guaranteed for four full yean and a postgraduate course Going nt tuition board and an agency Going I nm astounded going go There was a rustle In the throng A breathless man burst through Free tuition board and an agency cried the newcomer free clothes rent free in Vandergould Hall free text books free trip to Gone shrieked the auctioneer Hes yours What name Manager lisle University Last June by graduating we lost our whole back field and six of the Ijnemen The honor of our alma mater Is at stoke Report for practice he said to his purchase next Saturday In the gym lotIuekItoast lovely K8 Whose charms few maids canduplicS Heres wishing her a happy f8 And health and wealth and high eats And may she not have long to w8 Before the right swain doth rc3 A plea like thisune thou my mS Dont hesitnteS say yes sweet 181 Insomnia an4 Indigestion Cured Last year I had u very severe attack of indigestion could nut sleep at night and BUtTeredmosUxcruolutlng pains for threo hours after oauh meal I was troubled this way f or about throe months when I used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets nUll re aired Immediate toilet says John Dlxotf Tullamores Ontario Canada For sale by all druggists Secretary Shaw has notified his Iowa friends that he will resign Feb 1 and again that great and good man John W Yerkes is mentioned for the succession We very much fear that the commissioner of internal revenue Is working his press bureau too much ov er time Frankfort Journal Sick headache Is caused by u disordered condition of the stomach and U quickly cured by Chamberlains Stom neb and Liver Tablets For sale by nil druggists The Pythian Grand Lodge in session at Hopkinsville decided by a vote of 133 to 90 to sell the site for the prorxfl ed home at Lexington P Qarl Traylor OIALIH Wlilsl Brandy Wines Boor Cigars Etc Osrpcntsr Olom to DepotSTANFORD KY Promplndonlattention Nothing but thbeI reCOIYljtrompt HEm s n suit for u young Ulan The semi man us it were The fellow who has plenty of time to thinkof clothes tind only n bit of motley with which to bu them Columbia Good clothes are just built for him are tailored just to his liking with style kinks that make cm Belt Clothes The workmanshiji lives up to the cleverueiw of the designers styling Handmade wherever fingers can better machinesW PERKINSCrab sor a Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON OCTOBER 314 Webers Famous Band I Daily Grand J is concerts k IiI 2 J000 Futurity Oct 3 Great 204 Pace Oct 7 r I 5000 Transylvania Oct 5 3000 Walnut Hall CupOct9 s r 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct II ONE OR MORE TAKE DAILY Half Fare on All Railroads The Gibralter of Rockcastle County Financial Institut- hunsCITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY OHcrs to the Peojilo u SyetemAccounts Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give u JUIIICMandeluumnteoaplcul1ntRoitProfitahlorelationlny left in the hank nnd nut checked upon for a 1- l criotlof six months s J W HUTCHESON Cashiera 250 NOVELS 250 A Choice Selection of Light Literature for Summer Reading Come in and buy three books for 25c and enjoy yourselfe WILL N CRAIGDruggist and Optician Diamond Edge Tools I The Standard of Perfection Sold mulct elrlot Ktmrnntoe Saw axes hatchets enamors chisels braces bits automatic boring tools that evqry good workman could desire Tlio quality is rtimcnilxjrcd long alter price 5s forgottun You are cordially invited to oomo and wo the lino whether you huyor not xj GEORGE FARRIS D Stanford Kentucky The Pennsylvania Lines Will hove Very Low One 1Vny Bates to points in Cidiforniii Oregon iVaahinglou de tind interine dints points every day from Sept i to Oct 81 hull information can bo obtained at City Ticket OHicc Kourth and Walnut Ste Station Iearl null fuller Streets Cincinnati 0 Abbotts ollico Covt iugton Ky or write r Geo W Weedon A G P A Cincinnati Ohio Lr W B McRoberts ISTANFORD Sells KuiToug Heady Mixed Paints Every I gallon Guaranteed Thorn is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and SureBedBug Destroyer I