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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 a r Tht f THE INTERIOR JOURNALs r YOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 1905 NO 64 Republicans Want Mr J H Swope I to Run for Sheriff We republicans of Lincoln countyI Cp Ky earnestly requost Mr J H to become a candidate for sheriff of Ltn coin county to bo voted for at the No vcmbcr election of 1505 y J L Totten J F lloltzcliiw J G Adkins A G CoITey A Carr W C f Camden W S Crow Speed Thurman 1 M Williams George Hays Mack Daw v inn M S Bastln Fee Simpson Isom Elliott Green Clay U W Good Scott Buckner Den Davis lIart Blakely J M Cnpps hart Stewart Thomas Fcr roll J W Cook John Helm Tom Grow Will Bugle Jim Grillln Sidney punbar Sherman Goode Adam Iotrey George Swope lied Pcnnlngton C A Anderson W P Carson James Ross If A Martin G W Givens Jim Trib ble Charlie Delclln August Purtonle verten JIarrlson Helm Elijah Steph ens W Ilusscll Dillion J W Link alum Moso Hill C W Guy Hub hIe II Hatflcld Noill Good Josh Coop er George VanDoveer George Alcorn A Aklnn Brent lays Robert New land J F Delaney W J Saylor Al bcrt Young Henry lvans11 II Giv gnd1J B Alcorn Green Gentry Flem Craig Jerry Gardner Charles Butcher William Tudor S H Uoutt J W I i Young Milton Simpson F J Conner j KIchanI Rilfo Carter Anderson Alex Owsley C M Young John A Chap pell Gus GIoszl Joe G Guider Emil Gioazl J W Carrier Wnlter Lackey Peter Straub C Abt Wits McMullin Alexander Cooppor J H Johnstono Simon Pctroy Alfred Dcathcragc Josh Burdett Crow Dillion Wrn Hyatt Dick Gentry Fred Schrader Gus Her mann William H Lacey J L Koontz 1 Ollie Bailey W D Padgett Matt Rey nolds James KicfTcr James Lochcn burG 014 King Hugh linker Harve Stewart Willis Griffin West Cordon J It Russell hobo 1II llns Sam Cor don Milton Abe Hlggins John Higgins Tom Grillln George Green Lee JohnJackman Tom Sims Arthur Cook Rev Cook David Bind r John EJmiiton Wm Buckner Jasper A Huwt Iete Hice DyeSseohn Dl Speed King B T MilleriRobertHansford Anderson Bailey Willis Ken ned Frank Cordier Will Lewis Met Royalty W L Cordier W R KOJI W C J H White M C Johnson Dan Whttlcy Jack McGinnls Felix Rose Walter Harris C Vanov Dan VanArsdallMilford Hull A BBastlnj lIenrylIerrClabo Penningtqn II S Cook Felix Faulkner George Milcllhn Jim Bur nett Wm Stout William Proctor Fort Stewart J D Pntchett J W Cook F G CaMo T N Butt Joe Reid Ellas Sim sun John It Hobmaon I Vinolis PREACHERSVILLE Rumor says there will be a wedding soonMr Henry Blankenship is out again W C Cummins is Improv1 ing Little Victoria daughter of Mr and Mrs J L Anderson has been quite Gross S Hutchhm soldn route to Cobb Bros of Jessamine for 10750 Cobb Bros bought three mules of A J Thompson for 325 one from IHatt Sti gall for 100 and a threeyearold mule from J Wilson for 135 Corn sold at the Evans Bale at 95c to125pershock Miss Lillie Thompson visited Miss Hallie Brown and other relatives here James Lawrence and little daughter Minnie of lice Lick visited here last week Mrs John It Anderson visited her parents Mr and Mrs John Nay bar J M Cress rood family have re turned from a visit to relatives at Brod headRev Green Todd pastor of the M E church preached Sunday morning and evening to large crowds Ills sere mons were pronounced excellent by those fortunate enough to be In attendance Quarterly ineeting next Satur day Sunday and Sunday evening Rev Simpson tho presiding elder will be presentIf ardent free pikers of Ca sey county could only get to travel over the Preachcrsvlllo pike from the Stan ford pike to this place and from hereto Crab Orchard In the shape the roads are now and have been in for some time we believe they would see the error of their way The pike to Crab yearslainceAccording to American Jewish Year Book just published there are 1418813 Jews In ted States and of these about 750000 are residents of the State of New York In the year ended Juno 30 1905 118418 Jewish immigrants came to this country of whom more than 1W 000 York- Nearly onhaC of the whole Jewish population of the country lives ii New York City which Is the largest Jewish city in the whole world The statisti clan credits New York City with about COaOOO Jewish inhabitants which is more than half the entire Jewish popu lation of the German Empire countries have more Jews the United States Russia 5212805 and- AutrialIuIIgary207637d A New Jersey judge decided that an angry father has no right to horsewhip a youth who tries to run olf with his daughter and him 500 ofthe 50 000 damages asked Considering the satisfaction n man wiuld experience in administering the boding theta the flnc on thrashing an mablc wouldbo son In law is notexhorbitantcithe Frankfort Jour nal fast superseding oldfashioned cod liver oil nodIbecause without a drop of disagreeable feature it contains all the medicinal elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers our process the oil having no value either as a medicine or rABy is separated from the medicinal elements and thrown Unlike oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions Vinol is deliciously palatable agreeable to the weakest stom ach and therefore unequaled as a body builder and strength creator for old people puny children weak rundown men and women after sickness and for all pulmonary diseases A Everything Vinol contains Is named on the label OUR GUARANTEE Wo have snch faith in VINOL that if you will take it we promise if It does not benefit or cure you we will return you your money without question We take all the risk Pennys drug tore lNEWS NOTES has approved the arbitration treaty with Italy In the city of New York there are 92 places of amusement open nightly Patrick McGarry a prominent Chien go man was struck by a street car and killedArrangements are under way for the return of the Japanese armies In Manchuria The first rails of the projected Inter urban line from Lexington to Versailles were laid Tuesday The Kentucky Grand Lodge Independent Order of Odd Fellows is in session at Shelbyvlllu Two prominent citizens of Lima 0 have been indicted on the charge of robbing n bank in 1893 A monument Is to bo erected at Glas gow to the memory of Confederate soldiers of Darren county Charles IlIghchew of Henry county accidentally shot and killed himself while handling a new revolver Dr J W Ordway a wealthy banker of Onawa la died as a result of wor ry over frequent attempts to rob him The readjustment of transcontinental rates makes the Oriental trade partic ularly attractive to Louisville shippers In accordance with the provisions of his will the body of George W Catt of New York is to bo dissected in the interest of science A W Clements of Morgnnfield was elected Grand Master of Kentucky Odd Fellows at the meeting of the Grand Lodge at Shelbyville Robert Newcoinc a Negro ran amuck in Chicago and before he was fi nally captured by the police had killed a policeman and a woman A crowd of 2000 people gathered at the Union Station in Omaha to see Pat Crowe when he arrived from Butte Mont in charge of officers The purchase of tho Cincinnati Ham ilton and Dayton railroad was approved by the stockholders of the Erie railroad at their annual meeting in New York F U Gray cashier of the Commer cial National Hank of Houston Tex shot and killed himself The amount of his shortage has not yet been announc edThe court of appeals of Kentucky in session at Frankfort approved a me morial to the life and character of Judge Joseph H Lewis soldier and ju ristF II Hutchison a reputed wealthy man of Ashland proposes it is said to give 10000 for ahotel building in Lexington provided the city will add 50 000 Dr Oliver B Hart was held to an swer without bail by n coroners jury in Chicago on the charge of having caused tho death of 10 year old Irene returns of casualties in the Japanese army are as follows Killed 40180 died of wounds 10970 died of disease 151100 making a total of 72 450 dead Tho Southern students at Purdue University demand the recall of the in vitation to Hooker T Washington to deliver n lecture this winter during the regular course Great Britain is planning the organ ization of a national army of 250000 for foreign service to be composed mainly of militia supplemented by regular and volunteers An attempt will be made at the com ing suasion of Congress by Representa tive Charles Landls of Indiana to se curo a saving of 1000000 in tho ad ministration of tho Government print Ing office Vice resident Gillette of the Mutu al Life Insurance Company testified before the Legislative investigating committee that the contributed 40000 to the republican national campaign fund in 1904 The jury at Russcllville in the case of Guy Lyon charged with criminal as sault on Mary Gladder failed to agree Eleven were for a 10year sentence while the foreman was for death The foreman was bedecked with colors and paraded around tho town Dr C M Shanley formerly of North Dakota but who owned a plantation near Now Orleans and had done yeoman service during tho yellow feyer plague succumbed to the disease thro devotion to caring for the sick The number of deaths it is believed will reach 500 Some Seasonable Advice- It may he a piece of superfluous ad vice to urge people at this season of tho year to lay In u supply of Cham berlalns Cough Remedy It Is almost sure to bo needed before wlntcc Is over and much more prompt and satisfac tory results urn obtained when taken an soon as u cold is contracted and before it isms become settled In the sys loin which can only bo done by keep ing the remedy at hand This remedy Is so widely kriowu and so altogether good that no one should hesitate about buying it In preference to unyi other It is for sale by all druggists IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James H Matheny aged 70 and one of Marion countys best men is dead Tho State convention of D A Rs will meet in Danville Oct J9 and 20 nIl big preparations are already made Gov Beckham has raised tho reward for the apprehension of the murderer of Jack Bolenat Middlesboro from 250 to 500 JB Landrum n merchant of Pitts burg vas convicted in the Laurel Cir cult Court for the killing of Jell GofF and was sentenced to 10 years In the penitentiaryG ht presidentof the Mid dlesboro Law nndOrder League conferred with Gov Beckham on the crim In conditions in hell county which he says quml those which existed In BreHthitt Ed Chesney nged 20 a son of R M Chesney u prominent farmer of Wayne county fell from a tree and broke his neck Tho deceased suffered from epi lepsy and it is supposed that an attack of this caused the fall Mrs M I Russell of Bloomington III the only woman oil operator In Kentucky has struck a well in Wayne county running 500 barrels The well is 17 miles from Monticello and seven miles from any territory before devel oped The BenettJellico Coal Co a 50000 concern in Knox county has started developments in the new Brush Creek coal fields A mile railroad line is un der construction to their plant which is being built with a view of mining 1000 tons daily E W Johnson a merchant of Ann vllle Jackson county was drowned in the South Fork of the Kentucky river at the mouth of Wolfe creek near Booncvillc Owsley county He and the Rev G W Johnson of Annville were returning from Breathitt county where they had been to attend the fu neral of a relative Hugh Moore and his sevenyearold son Herman were drowned in Laurel river near Bald Rock Laurel county They were fishing with hooks and the boy was seated on a log which over hung tho water while the father was seatedon the bank of the river The boy lost his balance and fell into the water The father sprang into the wa ter which was seven or eight feet deep to rescue him but neither one reached the shore Messrs G A McRoberts and W P Givens filed suit In the Boyle circuit court against the East Tennessee Tele phone Co for the purpose of enjoining them from cutting their farm phones out of the Danville exchange and putting them on the Junction City exchange The plaintiffs believe that they have a vested right to remain with the Danville exchange in as much as they went to considerable expense in fur nishing the wire poles insulators etc for this line Danville News Full Of Tragic Meaning an those lines from J II Simmons of Casey la Think what might have resulted from his terrible cough if ho had not taken tho modtcino ubout which ho writes 1 had a fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest tried everything but nothing would rollevo it until 1 took Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completely urcll lilt It Instantly rolloves and perma nently euros all throat and lung ill scales prevents grip and pnuurtionla At O L Pennys Stanford Lyno Uros Crab Orchard Mc awl 61 Trial bottlo free The Supremo Court charges for printing tho record in the Caleb Pow ers clUe was S05 On receipt of this amount the record will be placed before the court and a motion made shortly after for an early hearing wires Attor ney General Hays from Washington insomnia and Indigestion Cured Last year I hUll a very severe at tnck of indigestion I could not sleep at night and sulTeredmostexcruoIatlng pales for them hours after each meal I was troubled this way for aboutthree months when r used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and received immediate relief says John Dixon Tullamore Ontario Canada For sale by all druggists The court of appeals in construing the duties of a guardian held that they were as broad as a parents and that there was nothing in the statutesrc quiring that the annual expenses of the ward be held within the annual income After a heartbreaking search of eight months Mrs William McGrego- ry a wealthy woman living 10 miles south of Covington found her aged mother in rags peddling pencils on the streets of Wheeling W Va Scott C Bone for many years managing editor of the Washington Post has resigned 4i4n Grand cooking Exhibit op Never Break Ranges Will IIP held at my Store Six Days from October the 16th to 2 1 st Inclusive Coffee and Biscuits served to all callers Months Subscription to The American Wo 4Imans Review given to all Lady Callers Come ami tulk with expert front the factory An education for the house wife Set of useful Cooking Utensils reoith nil Range ordered duriug exhibit worth 750 W H HIGGINS Stanford TillS IS PATRICK aae3s He is a warm num ber He will keep the a cold chills from running down your backro See write or phone s H ALDWDGE Phone 116 Depot tf Stanford Ky r t I The Interior Journal E C WALT- ONDE1t10CRAT1C TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For UepretcntntUe J M ALVERSON For County Judge i R C WARREN For County Attorney W SBURCH rF Sheriff T HILL aRIFor County GEORGE COOPER For Assessor W A CARSON For Superintendent of School GARLAND SINGLETON For Jailer W I HERRIN Tim editor of the Frankfort Journ voices our sentiments to a t when he diagnoses Terrible Teddy as followsI President Roosevelt is a there can be doubt of that but even great men have their weaknesses his is for doing stunts He seems lay awake onights thinking of what toI must do next In this respect he minds one of a child who knowin that he is being looked at endeavors to do all sorts of monkey shines Yesterday Mr Roosevelt appeared in a tenni suit and played all the afternoon with the French Ambassador and in playin he exhibited the same strenuosity he displays in everything he goes at IT has been found out that the Mutual Life Insurance Co of New York has been contributing large sums of money to republican campaign fund since 1896 in that year however the sum was onlY15000a kind of peti larceny game on the widows and orphans fund The company paid outI 72000 last year for luncheons for employes Till Southern School Journal pub lished at Lexington by Eubank Vin son while interesting to all readers is of particular interest to school teach ers who should not be without the Journal Prof Rice S Eubank form crly of Stanford but now of Huston ville is senior editor of the splendid publication REVS J E WOOD Wallace Fish er both colored were nominated for council in the first ward says the Dan ville News Sambo on Little Britain council may be a little put of place but Danville has to do something for the colored brother who is almost if not quite in the majority there ACCORDING to immigration statistic more than 20000 young and blooming Irish maidens landed at New York last year Every one of them deserves a good husband and when she gets time its dollars to doughnuts that she will t him wife and model t make a good a mother of his children W OWEN MclNTYRE has bought the Harrodsburg Herald from Messrs J G Pulliam and D Mack Hutton We wel i come Mr McIntyre back into journal ism in this section but regret that those clever gentlemen Messrs Pul lam and Hutton are to quit the tri t pod IPOLlMayor Dunnes contract plan for for municipal ownership was rejected by the Chicago city council After declaring that Evansville Ind is in need of reform the democrats of that city nominated a municipal ticket Seventeen young Negroes were ar rested in Louisville for stoning a demo cratic parade and wounding four per sonsA Washington dispatch says that Gov Folk of Missouri is going to make a speech in Louisville for the fusion city ticketWhen the purgation of the registra tion list began in Louisville the demo crats presented the names of 153 Ne groes to be stricken from the books- J M Holmes prohibition nominee for mayor of Owensboro who has been dumb for over three years has recov ered his power of speech and has ac cepted the nomination The Catlottsburg Daily Press indors r es a plan for Congress to provide a presidents private car that tho chief executive may act independent of in fluences brought about by courtesies E Hughes has declined the republican nomination for mayor of New York City Mr Hughes says it is imperative that he should continue his work with the Legislative Insurance Investigating Committee and that he should remain entirely untrammeled The republican Senatorial district committee composed of J M Graves of Woodford W L Buford of Jessa I mine and J W Sinclair of Scott county met at Versailles and nominated Judge James R Finnell of George toWn as the republican candidate for State Senator j jw r- aS I J In an interview Congressman Swager Sherley declares that the Filipinos will not be able to goV4rn themselves for several generations The Panama Canal Commission has rescinded the contract with J E Mar kel of Omaha for feeding and caring for the employes on tho canal The contract was to run live years and involved about 50000000 Here and There Thousands of peasants in Korea arc threatenodwith starvation- A JcfTcrsonville Ind girl issued the license for her own marriage The United States is now turning outI over 25000 automobiles a year Kentuckys quarantine against all points in tho South has been lifted Eliza Ueazlevj a Lancaster Negro was given days in jail for selling quorGold shipments from the Yukon territory for tho season of 1905 just closed will run close to 6000000- A fine vein of lead has been discover cd on farms of C N Stone and Hobert Harper near Ewing Fleming county W U Blrton of Lancaster sold to Wiggins Washington of North Cur olina 46 mules at 125 and 21 horses at 125 to 200 carIIThe strike at Moscow threatens to become general though the streets aro comparatively tranquil and there aro no serious outbreaks The Federal grand jury is investigating the sending of obscene pictori cards through the mails One man wus indicted and pleaded guilty Mrs Jim Howard wife of the alleged slayer of Gov Goebel was injured in a railroad wreck while coming to Louisville to visit her husband George W Murray colored former member of Congress from South Carolina was senteuced to serve three years in the penitentiary for forgery The cold weather has greatly improved the yellow fever situation In Louisiana and Mississippi Report from Pensacola are not encouraging The Central Kentucky Natural Gas Company was incorporated at Lexington with a capital of 1500000 The plan is to pipe gas from Menefee county Gen H C Corbin has censured Minister Rockhill at Pekin for social dereliction in not arranging a proper reception at Felon for Miss Roosevel and her party Because the new law providing fora icense tax does not mention license for insurance companies Louisville maybe compelled to pay back to the companies 60000 already collected Frank Leave colored who attempted to force his way into the home of Miss Bright Burrus near Elkton Saturday night was found yesterda swinging to a tree near the scene 1M J Winn Joseph L Rhinock and Campbell Scott have gone to New Yorl and will probably organize a mammotl ompany to disseminate racing news a business which pays 6000000 a year J W Morehead and M D Maines of Sistersville W Va have purchase ifA Floyd Byrd of Winchester and J H Stamper of Campton their gas and oil holdings in Wolfe county for 48050President J R Hegeman of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company as reached Victoria B C en route ome from Japan He says he wit ladly testify before the Legislative Investigating Committee One of the largest purchases of ex port cattle was made at Mt Sterling aturday when C C McDonald pur chased of Waller Sharp and B T Wright 380 head of cattle averaging 1500 pounds at 450 per hundred CHURCH MATTERS Rev W J Dodge of Jackson reathitt county will preach at the hristian church Sunday morning Eld Geo Mills of Hustonville Is inducting a very interesting meeting at the Christian church at Liberty Rev O M Huey will fill his pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday at 11 A and 715 P M Morning subject The Christian the Salt of the Earth vening Look Unto Mo all ye Ends of the Earth and be ye Saved NotBetter The uniform success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea inedy has trop for it a wide reputation and many people throughout the untry will agree with Mr Chas W uttlson of Milford Va who says- It works like magic land la tho best cpuration I know of It couldnt be- any better lIe hud a serious attack of dysentery and was advised to try a b ittlo of this Remedy which ho did- with the result that immediate relief was obtained For salugly all drug gllts Tile L 8 N will run another 175 excursion to Louisville Oct 22nd Train leaves Stanford depot at615 A M and arrives in Louisville at 1025 A M Returning it leaves Louisville at 615 p M COALLet us fill your coal house wtl1 good coal while the weather is favorable Quality and prices to suit everybody J H Baughman Co While PreachlngA Sermon He K lls A Mouse The District Conference of tho Methodist church at Hampton la was Itiv en over to discussion of the adcnturo of the Rev Frank M Sutton pastor of Terrill la who proved himself a lero by betraying no emotion when a moustJ ran up his trousers leg while he was In the midst of a sermon Much fun was had in discussing tho experience but tho presiding elder treated It in a serious light and suld the Rev Sutton had set an example that others might well emulate lie deprecated tho levity of Rev M L Williams who recited a parody on Hickory Dickory Dock t Air Sutton was preaching the wise and foolish virgins and had reached a point whero his voice was reduced ai- most to a whisper in an eloquent up plication of tho lesson drawn from the text when lie felt something run across his Instep Then he felt n tugging and clawing on his hose His face blend d but his voice never faltered as he went on with his sermon He touched the spot where tho disturbance had occur red with the too of his other shoo Im mediately there was n scramble upward inside his trousers leg It was plain that it was n mouse He grasped the situation quickly It would have caused a panic nmong tho women in tho congregation lie reached his left hand down to the seat of trouble while his right hand firm rasped the Bible His fingers stolo upon the mouse and withafinnclutc squeezed it to death It tell to tho floor and ho proceeded with the sermon Not till the doxology was sung lid he venture to look ht tho victim Two Rich ire often frustrated by sudden brew lows duo to dyspepsia or o onstlp Ion Hrace up and take Dr Kings Sew Lire Pills They take out the Materials which are clogging your i irgles and give you a new start Cure icudacho and dizziness too At O I cnnys Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 23c guaranteed IJ E Sims bought 100 barrels of com rom Steve Terhune at 175 delivered 11n the crib Harrodsburg Herald For Sale Privately I offer for mile privately my iminll hon mulstlnx of nix ncrci of land near lrHb rchnrd Xyoii thu Kail Link rood h ol Hie front town There li on It n Rood urnl nl and fruit of nil klndi My Iioiuo run iliuMx room and also u tennnt house ood well Aral n Rood cistern nt tho door IInd nvvty outllulhlllll Pourmlon IIh- en nt once MasGM1tvykChili PUBLIC SALE I I wilt nt my plnc of resilience otx tho Fnl1 Jckit Hiirlngi Turnpike UrnirchnnlIrolll Htiinfiml 02- 1TIIURHDAYOCT191U ell to the hlKhett and Uit bidder III turn mtiiliiliitf ivj acre of llr tclnn lend to creof It IKIIIK now In hemp Iw nt till true nod place I will sell nil of hones muh8 cattle fat langlncluding Oil plllr of the belt work how In liirnii utility un extni pulrof mulrIte- ther with fiirmlnt linpkinittconslstln- fo one new hickory Wagon never uIlllot01 hemp Ilk Uirreli of goal corn und ntiiii they tilings too numerou to mention TKIIMH OK HAIThu real etnte will hI Hold for onethird cnnli iMilunce In on wound thrtr yetis time with Intontt on inferred piiymentt until paid with lean ri thud to necuru their mil proMTty will lie void nil followII IIer 13 unit In hand over thiit amount II editor U mouth will uilveii with Inter it until Kornll deferred HiynieiifH 1I0t with good kecurlty will n iulre nynhleutthe CrMli Orchard ItnnkliiR Co Thh In n plendld opportunity to ecurn II lII1 pWII llr tcla home It will 80ld without riHerve and no byblddlim will rlllltltl I him concluded logo Veol nil for that reason our havliiK this sole Kj Col J ILhnndler Au- ntcommissioners Sale I Clark Circuit Court Usltulnas Admlnlstriitor Ac Tuba lilt Ciirollno IxiKnn Ac IKifendanti Uy vlrtuidf a Judgment und order of suds of tilt Chirk Clriult Court rendered lit tilt pteuIsrTsrnlhena4nul In the 1100- 0cnu1 for th runt with IIIltnatf- rOIll JuiuM IHI IS with Internet fron JUIII 2 Il tinnd Jilldls with Intorent fron mutt 1iilinid JlVicoitu herein I stint oceed to alter for on Icon tho promise III ncoln county Ky to tho hlKhent blddei lit public on- HATUKDAYOOTOHKHSSTH 5 At two oclock p or thenNiltouts lullUofMx Itonti is monthx the follow dcHcrllKd real esUito lo wIt cerlnln trout or pnreel of land ultuaUi III Lincoln county In the Mudoof Kentucky on tint turnpike road leadlnit from DnnvllU IIlId Htunford Turn piko to tin Danville nni itntonvllUt Turnpike and on thu Mouth IIIh of biild cruse nml deiicrllieil in folioWK IhgnmlugnonlaslntInrho mlddli 01 add cross turnplko nt tlll corll- er of u tract of land tu Lincoln 1011 III yi d to Ann O lolfllnele by HlJ loguu Ie and runnltiK tluncfl wild tract H Jo1I1 OhIWchuUutoastunr In AdiiniH 1Itllllollllr corner to sold tract conveyed IIwr II Ixmali etc thence lIh Atlas iii fine 1421w in trII cluilni Aleuts corner thence II huI1l8 with Adiinrx to McAfien corner tholle with McAfeo NB1 MSilll chain 10 cofncrtoamtthcnce with MIIIIU 7 31SHU thalmi corner to name theatre lIh MIIIW N ty ll 2r llcliiiln tocornei to thence with dame N7h1V1 ttnW Chlllll to a walnut trio corner to mimo tlIIOIIC with name N Vf chain to A feix corner un oak tree Inn llnnof Kd Hhlvil thence with her line N 414 K tllIIIO chine to her corner thence with the N uii Wiaa uocliulii to the mid ell of wild crises turnpike then with tin ddleof asnw II ULUll fliulim Ihrllc with the middle of MIIIIU N MA K ilnito tlutlMiEliinliiaiilid coiiliilnliiK jltlluelIIul living thuwinin tnictoflaml which mm conveyed to Jxjunn by D I Logan Multi tract of land will lint oITord In twoMparato Irants one will ttacit- olrersvlusiiho Ono of sushi hepmitu trllel will coindnt of ntiout ha acren of sold jndary und the other truant hull be th- rceldut of said ncrtn which division will hI particularly dehCrlUd by mute and on wile ortliM price the purchaser or chiuerH must execute loud or bonds- Ii pIrovtrldreurlty or neciirltlen tHar legal thednyof sole until and having the force und effect of a UIIIIIIlIt und with u theta retained upon mild pr iperty to Mcum the thereof bKKI ANU HATHAWAY luster Ooinmlnloner Clerk OrcultJonrt 1t- nLar I II OITRCOFTS TJ This first cold spell reminds us we must have an overcoat and we are especially prepared in this line They are made with broad shoulders long full back with or without belts perfect Istyle Little fellows 250 to 5 boys sizes 15 to 19 years 5 intMens sizes 750 to 1750 Our stock of Cravinet Coats is good Beautiful styles and wearings and a range oft prices 1250 15 and We feel that these lines will suit you Look at them H J MROBERTS STP NFORDoII I ii i THE VERDICTttcnrn- donnwlodowcnrnand I crwi lilt Illuu Flume Wick Lea Ourtnlni Hhuden Polen Kitcunlon Ilrnrl els O Mnttlnci Portlern Uurtnln Htntchcnl rpetHtretchfrs Hcru Uruhes to remove water etc seclloa Carpet luau lhdldingIaperhour Windows lnlr Pultun Vnriili Bin tin mid Kiinimli Plcturei Xnimw inns HuKKlci New tin Old Furniture tiohllo And ro you ran nnino oOllletblll w do not keep flood 11 Plenty of hone mid hugglea and fct repent undertaking equipment Ilvnty ol horse und furl lluliiier Tlrln done Pruitt BrothersMorelnnd Ky + M PUBLIC SALEB- LUEGRASS FARM WKONKHDA Y OCTOIJKU S5TII U5 At IfloVlock xnt fiirni Ihrrw mile from Danville on the Dunvlll and Htan followIn tlrcrllsr titueInndfour lleslitered Hlmrt itemrow cnlvrn Ttili lund will rnlsohrlttp- tolstecocorn wheat Ac It well wiit m bnvlnit two never fnllluK well Astern u nunilior of III v r fittlliiK uprlnKC lwt rrcckitthut iilTord water till sent lUlld dwilllliK with room i torchfn kltchet mid cellar nifiit house hen hours I room luicuy houwiPiililn Sroonn dock Imrn boat tllllIIIIIII iHiMinint fortlittle I to Imrrotxirn 1x83 feet iKith full of tolmcco Xteiivment halos Oil Ilrlll inewln tHirlnB 1 room cud porch inch twill IIM M I pbnoton I buggy lrlng wagon niiil t wagon ii lot of fnrniliiK Iwple iiiciitu mlohni lilnder inowvn plow is hemp hnikeii orglmm mill lonx hoiikeliold furnltun Hale to toKin PWIlIItIlIt lOoVlock WidnvMlnyVOrt A W HM1TII T 1ugilhAtlct Dimvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE An udnilnlntrntor of tho e lute of Mr Phiilw Juno Tudor deed I will over fur Mile to the big lund trot bidder tin fol lowing deccrllxd property on- HATUUPAY OCT SiTH A certain tmct of land i5 known in the McClary farm contalnliiK clout HU iipren iltiiatttl In Lincoln county nod borderlnit un nix Itlver Hull farm In ultuiiloxl ulKiut midway lietween nnciutcr und Htanfonl maul 5 tins from either pinto Hall tract of laud U very ferule In u hltlh ntuto of cul Itt utlen wad excellent In every way for fur inlng nil liottoniliind Well wa lerid writ fenced goixl IIOUM Ixirn and nil nonr OIlUIII hllllill Any our dedrlng- o ire wild mirm can cull on D UTudor who fftldet on the place I will nbo offer for talent till innii time und place the follow thoronuhbred tlohtclucow- ahdcull1good Jersey cow und calfS year Inn itoon 0 hit ling I full bred Ilerkuhlre ow und pigs IJIIH will bu sold on the fol owing tornin lialfoflhorclusemousy hue juiyabUi 11 IWttf Iwlnncw on li 1II0lit Iurehiuer will Is remilred to execute note with unproved security enrlnn u legal lull ro t from Jan llml Men retained on of purchase noiiry U lurid Ternw for kale of ntmk made known out hay ofuln iII ttllN Ailinr A M llourne Atlctlotiecr Do You Want a Home If no wo cnn furnish you one any kind roe want We hnvo for Mile u great variety 01 farm dwelling houses liunlnesi hurries tad buslncusproiKdtltloni If You Want a Farm wrllll u what kind of a pluco you are look Iliit for what wlze what httprovnulcuu- rhoru located how much you uro w11Ing to nvest anal any oUr pertinent IlIlorllllltioll Ve have fnrmi of nil sire und irlccnj and we are certain to Intercut you If on lire on tho market A postal cord will you one of our printed lute OKNTUAIi KY IlKAIKBTATK OO It K YoUJifJ Preildent Ky 4 f t rm iI S rt tr JiJ rf+ r I W H Mueller b I Watchmaker and JewclerIar STANFORD KENTUCKY i i w The Ixitctt In Jewelry Hllvrr OutOtau 1ifr Wiitclin mill Qlcxkt In Hock t1 Jt lf 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 7v1 N11ti117- 7NlM PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Be kind enough to remit us the amount of your dues at this ofce I J J t I 7 L I CHILD ENS SHOES f ff Iii Q Klimin linen nro tmuto withn solid leather counter in tole outerg- ok1 U cost for sizes 5 to 8 GOO and 7f5c S vno in Navy Gulf 76c injaJiinox Calf Oflc All the above in fixes 8J to 11at J0c to 8150 Gam in fJ to 2 nt 31 to 8175 Nothing isftjllst us good iw leather There isawnll under of shoddy ku OOlll11l1n Rhoe8IIf 1TT iWE have onJ a new stock or box npersI twit interest you New shapes ai qualities Penny s Drug Store PERSONALS rJ sMiisEl CAUTKII is very sick Itllrli E H HBAZIEY to slowly Improi logbit SHI SIIANKS is down with I1n attack of asthma MiSij usAN PisiiBit WOODS is with Kichmorul friends MH PRESTOS L HicK is clerking ror Cummins McClary Misa FIQRBNCB MYERS has return from a tlait to Ixniisvitlo Miss FANNIE HKIOIIT of Normal is with Mrs W M Wright Miss EuuvToTTEN has returned Crom a visit to Lexington friends JULIAN liouusi bus gone to Kansr City with n view to locating Mq AND MRS J H lUuciniAN returned from Ix ulsvillc yesterday GRANWUK DUNCAN left ycstcrda for Wavcrly where ho will residi FRANK lUnsETT has succeeded Ju salesman at W H Htj + glngIMESSRS MS IA vcy Helm are In the Wayne county all Melds TUB 1111 S Club will meetwith Mi and Mrs K S McClary this Jorldayi evening Tim cutest kind of a little girl hn arrived at the homo of Mr and Mr James Woods MRS M M SWEENEY returned YCII terday from a visit to relatives in Wash ington county who has been Miss ItACHEU AtUSON t with Mn Mary Burch returned to Lexington yesterday t bits I N BOWLING returned to Pine villc yesterday Mrs Monroe Curti I accompanied with her MK TJ NORTH orders the I Json Iadonla Texas where he to him at i will locate for the practice of law RKV 0 M nut has been ill Cor several days but will be ablo to fit his pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday MRS IRVINE DORSEY daughter Meta and sister Miss llcesio Dawson arc up front Loulnvllle with Judge W L Ua 1o80n MRS A K HUSULBY and Mrs wl P Givens of Danville have returned home after iq ending n week nt the Seelbach Courier Journal MK G OESNT of Lincoln who Is at tho Grnyfltrwtlnflrmarynuf fcrlng from a compound fracture leg is improving Courier Journal MRS J S SNOW and sun Willie Aus tin Snow of the West End took yes terdays train for Barbourville MrI Snow accompanied them to this place Mius W It McKoiiKHTS and Mis Elizabeth Higgins went to Lexington yesterday to see Misses Mary Me Rob crts and Mary Higgins who arc Sayrc Institute GAIT THOMAS UICIIAUDS and family who have been in the hotel business nt Corbin have moved to Lexington tc similar business Mrs engage in a Itichards and Miss Rcssla Richards visited friends hero en route MIDSIIII IAN CASWKLL SAUKLEY left yesterday for the U S Naval Acade my after spending six weeks with his parents Judge and Mrs M C Saufley Ills leave of absence expired Oct but he was ordered to remain here account of diph two lon er on theria at Annapolis 11LOCALS stoves AFTKU tho Kurd rain of Tuesday a 1 cold wave struck us and heavy frosts have1 fallen tho last two mornings FREt concert at noon by Eilers Mill itary Band with Hip Van Winkle nt Saturday October House i p Waltons Opera 21 occupied by FOR RENT Residence Mrs Walter Warren on West Main Street Iossesslon Jan Mark Hardin y Youn attention Is called to the sale advertisement of Allen S Edelln It held in this secsalewill be the biggest him for catalogue tion in years Write Tilt Ladles of the Presbyterian church will have an exchange at Mc Drug Store Saturday next 14th beginning of 10 oclock Candies apd shoe a specialty r Tribblo 1 Pence IGOOD stable with a stalls for rent Sco Georgo p Warren TUB L N oferrs another O roundtrip excursion rate to Cfnclnm Sunday I HAVII added n cleaning pressing and general repair business Suits made now Give mo trial Ed Wilkinson IP your forsale list it with the Honor Real Estate Co Somcrs Ky Wo nro in touch with the Wayne and Pulaskl county buyen STOREROOM the beat in Stanfor for rent Possession Jan 1 1900 Now occupied by J P Jones and splendid located S H Shanks Stanford VANTEnA good reliable boy to help milk u few cows and drive milk wagon Must como well recommend Good wages Address H K W Dan ville Ky Tot examining trial of William and Faulkner Kennedy charged with killing James Sbupe was called Tuesday but continued until next Thunday at the re quest of the prosecution FOOT HALL Stanford High School and Iancastcr Graded School elevens will battle for supremacy in a game oC foot ball at Graded School park here this afternoon Admission ICc IN our mention of the death of Mn Alice Veatch our type made us snyshc was a sister of Mrs W II Brady when it should have been Mr Brady Mn Veatch was a daughter of toaged Mr F G Brady ON account of the hard rain of Tuc day tho burial of Mr D M Creighto who diedat Kingiville Sunday nigh did not occur until Wednesday aftc noon Rev L M Omer of this Illace preached the funeral to a large concourse of fricndA HERE it Is in a nut shell We cun save you now from 5 to 10 on a nice fur scarf We have Russian Mink Wended Water Mink Qunaabclla Fox Martin and other desirable fun We leave next month Now U your opjx unity John P Jones PEARSON Mr Isaac Pearson well known in this county tilLat Harrod burg from the cU of u surgical oj ration He loaves a widow and our children Mm Hugh 1 Cover of Lcl anon John Pearson of Chicago and Charles and Clarence 1unrwm of Har- nld burg Out good friend Mr James C Reid of the West Find sent us the line lcrkshirc Poland China pig the other day that mortal titan ever saw The absence of more local news this issui hUeIsending money for his I J anoth IIN Mr W Scott McGuire flow o lorman 0 T says Wo greatly enjoy tho paper It is usually read lIy the older ones and then on down to the oungest ft Aa Mr McGuire has IIn even dozen children there cant bo much news left when the 12th members time comes to rend A LODGE of the Modern Brothcrhoot oC America was organized hero on the Gth with members Albert R Val laco was made president Mrs James I Cummins vice president Mrs Bes slo McKinney secretary Mn Julia Hughes treasurer and Mr John H Bright chaplain V BBcck ccnduct orj J1 Phillips picket Ike Phillips cntincl Tho order carries with it n splendid insurance feature Mr D B Campbell State manager organized tho lodge PROGRAM of the Teachers Association to bo held at Waynesburg on the first Saturday in November beginning promptly at 1 r M Opening exercises Bro W It Davidson Welcome address Mr Hendricks Hays Song by association Individuality in teaching by Mr Caleb Newell Song Moral training by Mrs Mary J Cochran igiene in School Dr B Warren Re cess Music A paper Miss Annie McKee Essay Mrs Laura Lee Song by association A talk by Mr M G lolson Recitation Miss Mary Wilson icneral discussion by all tho teachers Hosing song G Singleton president M G Colson vice president Ora Wil arns secyI tr Godman School Shoes Should have been hero n mouth ngo hut have just come Of coum we cant make tho factories give onr order special service as they tell so ninny good they cant play any favorites and we hnvo to await our turn This delay in forgiven nnd forgotten as we believe they were just making thorn better if possible These goods are acknowledged by the trade to bo the best goods made for the niohoy but they have outdone themselves on the new fall shoes Como in and let us show you Hoppers TOE r county committeol been called to moot wIHAnNirrJudge Willis ng cd about 70 died nt his home at Roland yesterday afternoon after n longI illness of a complication of troubles Ho Is survived by a wife and several grov children The hour of burial had not Mrjllarnettmutt anti his many friends are cd by hU taking away TUB lengthy call on Mr J II Swope to become n candidate for sheriff will make the republicans nominate him or some other lamb for sacrifice It Is uitdily apparent that the republican county committee does not want Mi Swopo to make the raco but we believe he will compel the bosses to do something Meantime let in every hours work thedemocmtsIJutI no notice of the ranks Make the democratic majorityI so decisive that no republican will have the temerity to ask for office again i n yeanTraveling in two Pullman cars ur rived here Sunday and Monday evening gave a performance of Rip Van Winkle The acting was above the uv crage of that found in Western shows Frank Bosworth in the character of Rip and Ida Lawrence as Gretcher deserve special mention The Spccia ties were good The company has 30 people all ladies and gentlemen alld tho very large audience at Jamcstow will doubtless be pleased to see them again Jamestown N D April 5th 1905 At Waltons Opera House Stanford Saturday Oct MATRIMONIAL Frederick Schurch a bridegroom or only two days committed suicide in Louisville Under the new California marriag certificate law the couple must swca that they are not insane Robert C Bottom and Miss Nell Hobbs the latter of Preachenvillc were married here Wednesday by Rev P J Ross- After u fellow has bought candy and lowers for a girl a whole year and hl18 taken her to the theatre once a week und still finds that he has enough left for his lunches ho feels that he con af ford to get married Anna M F Billcr of Louisville laughter of Prof Jut B hillier claims Clod J Brothcrton of Lima 0 fo icr husband He repudiates her but tho records of Oldham county at La range bear her out and show that tho tarriago took place there Aug 7 last Joe Berry aged 17 and Mnttii Chambers 11 the former from Marion and the latter Boyle applied Monda tftcrnoon to County Clerk Nichols Cor license to wed Upon the proper authority it was issued and the youthfu couple went on their way rejoicing dvocatcMiss Allsop has broken her engagement to wed Richard Henstep It is rumored that she was only marrying Richard for his money but he spent it Saturday night and Madam Rumor nnounccs that Miss Fruzie backed out lichard was so disappointed he had a hill Hogwallow Kentuckian Mr Jesse D Wearen the wellknown isurancc agent of this place was married at Lancaster Wednesday to Miss Nellie Dilllon the pretty daughter of 111 Lizzie Dillion of that place The larriago was a quiet affair only a few oC the most intimate friends of the hap- PY pair being present Mr Wearen nnel Miss Dillion had been sweethearts for several years and while it was gen emlly conceded that they would marry the announcement that the knot had been tied caused some surprise here us even Mr Wearcna closest friends had not been made aware of his intentions The groom is a clever young man ands been very successful in his chosen line that of insurance Ho Is tho oldest son of Mr and Mn George D ITeanm and has many friends hero and in adjoining counties The bride is an exceedingly lovable young woman accomplished and very popular She has frequently visited relatives here and- made friends of all with whom she came in contact We are told that Mr and Mrs Wearen will make their home In Lancaster but hope they will decide that Stanford is not only a better town but otters more inducements to young men r mncks section Is n home on tho site of the ono burned several months ago W A Reynolds mana ger of tho Junction City Lumber Co lis furnishing the lumber rAft ERAS II HAIRDKLaAM irr rut f a tnunot Rltivth INcur Tmi to Mrstore Ilny Ir nalriugs Rich hanging Fork Farm For Rent 1nIty of Sin iipriB known the Urniuli plnof mmrtlicnUI Ihiwuin mill with ft or 7lacrrr uf gOtI lirinp land and n uvr s or fivnh corn hind 4tnrmtarond nlxuit Ih1Mane III iniiiUow nod tin In gras Iniiiroviiinnt nKxl unit pliico lItor11 will liP for root for wvirnl Jimrr Apply lo T JKottvr Htiinford Ky Waltons Opera House Saturday Oct 21st Kilcrs Big Rip Van Winkle Special Scenery Uniformed Hand Operatic Orchotrn New and Novel Specialties Rig Free Concert nt Non Seatu ou sale at McKoberts PUBLIC SALE I of liiiulktuck uiui crop II gdchnulncrltogoVet I will on HATlllDAY IKJT ltn5- at my fiirm liinll W tofniliOreljiir uu tliu tuunty Umllnx rrinn Crnli Drrl iiril to lug promptly lit tliu hourof IdoVUKk vsrll tllf Ins iliKfrllKtl proMrty My liiriu olTii ucni Ulan at v IIIIM two jjinnj UwrllliiKH nu thriU never Jnlllnrt will and am VIT full Inn sprig Part ul fiirni In itliir Ork itoaiC SIlt por uetv and loins till liiniH ot I r John Ownlvjr and lioru HoiiiioMiinil Uon Itnriil hour No Ill furni U iiinlcr suet tears newt of It win ItolhtlwellingluIV iivrr fnlllnu IK III ynnl Tlilnfiina limn NolKrUt mill on atliorw Hiwrrcnmollviiiul iin 1 day Itct mill Mnt In tilt county My fnrn old mill will Mld tucrthcr This farm If not wld prlvnttly will Mild iiulillolyT- KKMH on c t t riiimliulv anti two IIU wltI viiuiil hl11- 11n1eh1I1lrnllgnMretatIltlrlt nUll Ira n rttnlnrd on fnrin for piircliiiiu proH rty ooiinUt of om goo buggy hon hyrnr olil two pocxl mill two liUjtKl and InirncBH wnttou iiiu liarucn uooil hoc Id chickens IS VM tund Ir lot plowS mid ntnr Igor- cooksovI InrKoiilr hiiitor wOOl lioiitlii duct organ 10 nit Ixil null of fiirnlttnv U hobs nnd two rcwkirx I Marc I llriixxvU viiriHt rag cllrltI MWlnii iniioliliK Hwliiii lot of corn nnd has I iioocl cniKMitllt nnd tva orator nl out UI liu lieh of ronl I clock WinchvKtcr rlfli ell kind of Ulnhii and Jnrn tot of rnniiiHl fruit nni ninny other things too flu nnruu to miii Hon IVriim olillCroolllll proi rty inndc knows un day of wilts Ixiuirt WIIITT Col J Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE At Glonworth Farm Bur gin Iy on THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 1905 S lief t of HIIOKTIIOHNH olllsllllF of mrohrrd llutci nnd Hcotch ind HiIIiTit In vxlru Kooil condition 20 Registered Saddle Horses among Ilrood mure In foul to MontRom ry Ihluf and young tlilnit h Ilourlwn hkf lllrihlnnd IKiunarlc and Vrlnco llu and driving horitti OUt 110111IlIlIdliiulrrtl iHiiu I ttt nnil jnat hrood iiinres 4 Fine Yearling and 2Yr Old JacKs ilso Jerwy l nl Inc Sliotliind Ponies Young Work Milks Corn In till told fiiacroKt unsung IniplenientH Vvhlclvn ilnncwsi- etc Many thlnijit uus to mention Kalu at oclock sharp Rood norm lunch Hale under over Ilavo nrnuugrt for train to wnlt af tr tale The Hhorthorni Haddlo hors iK nd Jnuk Hock will old Imincillattfly ulhr lunclrut 11HO oclock TKUMHI emus of tin and under cash iver that amount n credit of six iiiontln on ankulilo note iHarliiK Interot at s IKT ent Write for catalogue Dont forget Iht duto October ivthAI1KN H KDKLEN Auctioneer Oapt T U KiiKllHh Pan lIle Hour W Kldd Ixln ton i ILittle Folks Shoes rPJ Parents should bo careful to get tho right shape shoes for little folks lutho wrong shoe nt tho beginning often chases feet annoyance for life Tho Zeig lers foot trainers arc the right glmpe and the workmanship is tho best Buy your infants nnd childrens shoes of us and get the best looking hest wear ing most com fortnhle Jhuo made OUR OVEIICOATS are not the commonplace kind There is something about them that will appeal to you See our Cranenettes Rain Coats and Overcoats CUMMINS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky Great ClosingOut Sale We have rented a business house now nearing completion in Corbin Ky which we Spat to occupy at pi early date Rather than move miystock from this place we have decided to close our Entire Line of Merchandise nt n sacrifice This stock consists of not only the Cream of Dry Goods such as Silks Satins Fine Woolens Wuisting Fine Table IJamasks Undenvear Hosiery Outings Etc Etc lilt also contains tho largest assortment ol handpainted Japanese Chinn told Hricu brae Novelties ever shown in this scctionr nnticipatcd heavy Holiday Trade and bought very largely of this line These goods have just arrived fresh from Japan stud will go on tale at once In addition to the above we have a 5c and lOc department thin is now loaded with good useful money savers This will bo our hitt opportu nity to supply the wants of our friends and customers and we deem it necessary to further remind you of the character of merchandise you now have nu opportunity to purchase at sacrifice Owing to the short staywe have in your midst we me compelled to snake this Strictly A Spot Cash Salo to One and All and we ask those who have already made little tickets to please settle Stanford Ivy Oct 3 19- 05JOHN P JONES- DANVILLESHOESTORE Woodson Sallee Successors to Caldwell Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY tarFALL IS ON US I We are rendwith the goods Snappy stun for ion Women raid Children Our school shoes cant ho beat Edelens Level Best and Honest Mike need no introduction SPLENDID LINE TRUNKS DRESS SUIT CASES ETC Everything iu Gents- Purnishiugs Make our store headquarters when in Danville t George P Crow Salesman i w r t f ittjt q i rrrw rr I LL I TThe Interior Journal Entered in the PottOJfice at Sfar ford III Mttmdclau matter- TOIILINttltf TUKHUAYM AND FIUDWI AT S00 PER YEAR CASH WNhen not in piio will be charg- edUMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made tlmos u good as new for a Amount I can Ix your umbrella batter than the tramp and for ten money Ole me a itr1a1 FRANK ATKINS Stanford Y For Sale Privately to My house and 10 acres of land situated jtoutside of town limits on the Somerset pike Homo has 7 rooms kitchen and ser yanti room good cellar stable and all accessary outbuilding Water hydrant In 4eke yard and one for stock J p BAILEY HeF HILLENMEYER A SONS a Blue Crass Nurseries Lexington KY User for the full of Itett n full stock of Irult and ornnnxmtat trws urn no vines usmrn hgusMimll fruits rhulmrh shrubs ate 110 employ no iiKcnts but Sell direct to tho t plnntor Catalogue on ntiiillciitlon INSURANCEilrp Lightning AVIndHtorni Ufa and Accident thu HTUONOKHT and BKSTCoinpiiiilet lUprvwntotl lAiwstIos alblo Rates Ununllh l IliyiuglUe ordjUnuqualliU Tulk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilooldrnco Phonu No Si The New Mason Hotel RATES S200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky tarn 8HUSABS Froprlttor- Bctrlc Light la every room RtfurnlsbeJ and under entire New Minacentnt Boblhe favorite porter meets all trains NEW LIVERY STABLE Bum a CLASESOH Pren JUNCTION CITY KV Jlr t01ass Turnouts at Reasonable R te8 Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and nay for sale Jesse W Sweeney PBOrBlKTOH Livory hoed and Salo Static Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates 1eJ H IOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ut on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal E D PEytnn- F ALEr IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTER Successor to Bruce k Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOKD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Puns In Connection H First National Bank StanCapital StocK 50000 TnlH Institution was originally established the Dopoilt flank of Stanford in 1838 then reorganized as llig National Dank of Stanford In 186S and again reorganized M the First National flask of Stanford In lass having had practically an unlnter ruptel existence for n pears It Is better euppIled now with facUlties for transact np Dullness promptly and well than nor afr In its long honorable carrrr Accounts of Indlylduals fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited un el directors J B Paiwn j B Owaley- I H Shanks 110 Walker ieo W Carter j B Foster L 0 Oooch W K Oummln W If Bright tL Hubble V H Shanks J TO THE LADIES I IlmvooikMitsl n DrvMimiklliK Kstnbllkh incnt nt my hotneonLognuAtronuonndask- a uliiiro or pittroimgo of the ImllvB of this comiiiunUy iroiiil lnu Niturnctorv work mull rinl MIHH UIIIIDA WIIITR Htnnronl KJ Give Me Your Order Can Please You II buy rcailv 1IcllbIDg when there Is so little difference In the price ol high grade ready niadu suits and n suit made to out measure taken by tin ex handsomeilaelow price business suit to tbe flneit dire suit Also Spring overcoats and trous era The company I represent is one ol the best Ialso bave a lino goads I makeup umplf for those who prefer it H CKUPLKYtuo Tailor NERVOUS DEBIlITY hitltaLment1nunboaTo rlrPEfrERS mental cim NrvL ttveue Obllltr mill Memory Vital Wasb troubIduIsure1irallasearantePErrER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO S A FOB SALE AT PENNYS anus aroma is L Beazley CO Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e 1Ceeary q i rip liLr tf r- JiJ c M t Undertaker Embalmer nndjgj Dealer in HaniessSaddlery tcc STANFORD KENTUCKY Olllco 1iione 167 hone IUono 35 Officers J S UOOKEIt Prtijt 8 T nxnuia V Pres J J McROBEKTB Ohr W H WEARENAsbt Ohr Directors 7 Held DunvJlle T lUrrin Stanford J linker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney M D Klmore Stanford naughmaoStanfordT Jss Robinson hobble J H Henchman Stanford J M Iettui Stanford 0 E Tato Stanford I ee LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK BSOOOO Bacceaion to The Farmers hank Trutt Company and under name management continuously for 38 yean We SOLICIT YOUR BAN K- ACCOUNT Hoping tuck basis relations will prove mutually beneficial r v a RESTORATIVE CURES t i Officers 8 It SHANKS Preilden J B 1axlon Vice President W M BRIGHT OaihUi WiOWAIKIB Atit Oaihlir Bobbitt On His Court Day Speech Knocks On Judge Bugg CRAB OHCIIARD Oct 11ln com pliance with promise I indite a few lines to the best country paper I ever read I did hot havo a large audience Monday but it was the most select I ever saw in that court house Adam Carpenter and his son James McKin nay Squire Boone Mr Naylor James Hackley and the brilliant young lawyer George B Saufley I only spoke an hour and told them that I was confident of one thing I have not cast any pearls before swine I was heartily congratulated by warm handshaking The people could be aroused to fever heat on a billion dollar Congress tariff taxation and confiscation and baggage car trials and conviction I should like to have an audience of a thousand men and Judge Bugg before it upon the charge of extrajudicial proceedings Why if the man whom ho tried on a baggage car had been indicted and plead guilty he would have been entitled to n jury to fix the punishment Where did the judge get his jury What authority has a circuit judge to hold court outside of n court house j What if that culprit ought to have had the death penalty What if ho ought to have been sent to the penitentiary for life Where does he get the law for n soven year sentence What au thority has tho keeper of the penitentiary to receive and confine him ever for a day Look to what abuses and fraud such practices such outrageous conduct may leadl What respect can the people have for tho courts and the judges when a circuit court judge will usurp such outrageous authority Will the grand jury of the county in which this outrage was committed indict this judge If not they will be derelect In their duty and recreant in to their oaths No wonder we have mob law no law and lynch I More anon- FONTAiNE Fox Bonnirr- FARMERSDEPARTMENT Walter Fields sold to W J Aston a threeyearold black mare for 170 ESTRAYA 200 pound hog came tom farm in August Owner can get i by paying for this notice and his keep J H Dalton Gilberts Creek Turley the horse which won the Wal nut Hall Cup at Lexington was sold b N W Macfarlan of Memphis to J E Collings of Boston for 1000 Yankee Consul probably the best twoyearold in the United States and whose value was not less than 40000 died at Lexington Ho was owned by Trainer fob May For seed wheat the very best vari eties home grown yield 18 to 31 bushels per acre this year Also Northern seed wheat Order samples Phone o write Marksbury Son Lancaster Ky ESTKAY A 700pound red mulystecr left Hustonville fair ground pasture about two weeks ago Will givejre word for recovery or information lead ing thereto Josiah Bishop Huston viiie Tandy Young bought in Cumber land last week 70 head of cattle at Il to 2J cents C M Heriford sold to Smith Nell 13 hogs at JJ cents eight steers averaging 875 pounds at 3c Adair New- sSTRAYDFrom my place about Oct 4 1005 a thoroughbred Berkshire boar one year old weight about 300 round A liberal reward will be paid for infor mation of his whereabouts J W Holmes Crab Orchard Ky Matt Cohen has sold to Harbison Jewell Co the mare Eudora who won several prizes at the Louisville Horse Show The price was 3500 The mare will be sent to Chicago and later to the New York Horse Show Monument Jefferson Davis An event of interest to every heart that beats with Southern impulse will occur in Richmond Vu Nov 8 It- will bo the laying of the corner stone of the Jefferson Davis monument under the auspices of the Daughters of the Confederacy those noble women who lavo done so much to keop the memo rica of the heroes of 1861 groan arid sa red Richmond having been the capital of the iil starred Confederacy is pe culiarly fit for tho location of the monument Itwas the scone of many of the stirring events of tho Civil War and already monuments have been roared there to Gen Robert E Lee Stonewall Jackson and other noted Confederates The Davis monument will be located in the west end on Franklin street near the Lee monument and the site has been donated by tho city Tho Daugh ton have had much dilliculty in raising sufficient money but they have at lust secured 90000 and all the arrangements are complete to preserve in stone and bronze tho memory of man who suffered most for the cause he loved and bore indignities while a prisoner of war to haunt his cowardly keeper Gen Nelson A Miles to his dying New Cure For Cancer All surface cancers are now known to ho curable by Bucklons Arnica Salvo Jag Walters of Dufllold Va writesIII had a cancer on my lip forI years that seemed incurable till Buck lens Arnica Salvo healed It und now It Is perfectly well Guaranteed iureI for cuts and burns 25o at O L Pen nys Stanford Lyno Hrofl Crab Orchard a1 f Dont Borrow Trouble It Is a bad habit to borrow anything but the worst thing you can posslbl borrow Is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and wntn out by the pains and poisons of dyspepsia biliousness Urights disease and alml lar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but fly for relief to Elcctrio Hitters lion you will find attic and permanent forgetfulness of all your troubles and your body will not bo Imrdvued by a load of debt disease At G L Pen nys Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Or chard Price SOc Gnarantitul Mr Blackman who has charge of the wool display for Morrow county Ore gon at the Portland Exposition state that last year the county sold 100000 sheep at an average of 217 which means about 245 for every man we man and child in tho county Sick headache Is caused by a dlsoto tend condition of the stomach and Is quickly cured by Chum crll1lnjI Stouv uch and Liver Tablets For sale hy till druggists TO THE LADIES Rehatr lut nttirnwl fn ni the Ultlo with ti huts Will gindtohovuthelnditecall told rs ntnhw our MUM KINO AM Mill IIKHIIN- HtraltOnlmnl Ky MILLINERY I Vvr Knit nnd Winter Millinery Ju t rr eulved onI1l11i1 of ingu huts with Mare III outer lending mikes The Ia 1115 orthl srt UOIl nfl cordially melted to mil iiml MI th tun Mrs Kate Myers Hustonvillc A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McIlobcrU Drug Store in the Ovvelcy Huildinj MillstMcKinnoy Kentucky FhuulhlBlanketstnklf wool In exchange fur work nllowlm thtimnrket bias rtiitlifiictlon Kunnintitxl lull or wrl for prices nml informntlou Age nls wontett Qai1 Traylor ngALat ii BeerrGloars Etc KYClosePrompt and pollu Jtuntion Nolhlne tutthi bee e drink Mill phon cr IIUrh orders rtolri iroBptttttnttoo PUBLIC SALE IIi l htg said my fiirnt and wlililiiu to bawl the county nt uuv I will sll lit my plnetl two mllfK North if tnh Orclmnl tifiir Whlt Mill on thti l4inu lvr Mkv nil WeOntMliiy the 3 lh diiy of tKtolwr lair u tin rut luwitlgdSMrildprotrlyl uiifivnthi buggy iniirt ultiilili for lady to ilrlrc Rlisrreleflilrkein lot of IrUli 1IIIIIlu of onion lot of liuiilnr oil UIlodllll wiilniit ml rot stilt curtImunellgnntcurly lllreli Uil tliit hItlK1II8ulljcul JTiloin guts e wllIl olli Vfoot ex tlnslon tiildf vlcsnnt stir iHinril to iniiteli oiut Kliiuli wnrtlrolx one fli KIIIII wnnlrolH IlriKM curls mar liiijnilii mriMt nig ilrttrlim talk nfrlRrnilor et IttutrongrgusolluttoShciiittq riMin uludra auk nioft iniilioxniiy Illirnry nn lot of rocke- rnndotlurtdrrchairs ilretrlr nil h nl T lot of lItoh Unni Mm hull liinip cluck liuv IlirtMliH window uluulrn I old Ktigll li tnnil Inhli ntxl ninny otlitr tliin fat W clllllllo liHinloii This Ii oar ol the IxMt enuntyTerulantHdrkoownon r1s ebtllt Invltfd MUM J JSIts lot1 kMlliiiiilUr Aurt nth Orolmrtl A Hiiit for tho young man bound to suit tho jtuiiig nmn Columbia GoodulothiB are nut sizeti like mens suits but cut over special patterns They are chockit block with style The coats have exaggerated shoal ders hand worked lapels and fronts old all tIll littler points that give big style Mado with a shape already Vm WeE PERKINSCrab a Ik QualityA Stylest POPULAR STOREis known by four important characteristics Tho superior quality of iU An eagerness fur lute styles and novelties fs pricesd This Is tho foiindation of my business titul I havo strictly heM to tho above principle That is tho reason why my store lUll grown to lw known ns tho lent store in town for VALUES that you receive hero ion your motley having just received tho finest stock of hall lull Winter Goods in town This includes selection of now anti atylUh Dry Clothing Shoes Hats jand Gents Furnishings Etc Of course everybody known that this is headquarters tor Show ns I have the exclusive silo of the All America 85Otoad Slhoelltho best for the money in the U S Como tutu trya pair Wo invito cvcrylmdy within a days rido to como and inspect our stocK of goods and see the HAHGA1XS we hove for you t Lowest a Latest Goods Ladies Prices PerfectI SAM ROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY y1 PAINT THIS FALL Theres no better painting time than the fall Weather conditions arc usually very favorable to good reults No heavy rains to soak into the lumber as in the spring paintItswinter s weatherYoull get a good job if you paint now THE J JKiyJLLIAMS rSe 1eal wltnA Come to us lor color Uhf t 7 al H SOLD BV WILL N CRAIGDruggist andOptician Diamond Edge Tools I The Standard of Perfectio- nSS undoi strict gunrautoe Sawn axes hatchuls hainnicn chisels boa every yes bita luitoinntif boring toul that goal worknmn coRd desire The duality is remembered long niter f price is forgotten You are cordially v t como null sse thr lint whether you buy or not r o GEORGE H FARRIS c Stanford Kentucky George D Hopper Successor to J K Vail trlale Dealer in Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware r Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds a I ask nKrtion of tho pitroimgo of tin podplo of Stniiford full LUuvihi county prdinising the 1J t goods at tho most rcnsfiiiiihlc priit George D Hopper Stanford Ky J W B MoRoberts 1DRUGGIST Sells KuiTeos Ketuly Mixed Paints Every i gallon Guaranteed Tlicro is hone better vow Spring1 patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and SureBed Bug Destroyer j