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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 17 1905 NO 65 V Sherman Lawhorn for Superinten dent of Caseys Schools There is considerable doing politically to use a slnng phnwc down in tho State of Casey and there promt aea to be more mixed ballots at the coming November election than In any previous contest for years The raco for county superintendent schools hiI waxing warm and to an onlopker the race seems to be n close one there arc always surprises In store ns an aftermath to n polilical campaign Editor J Henry Thomas of the Casey County News the repub lican nominee la opposed by Prof J Sherman Lawhorn Principal of Mid dloburg Normal College The ProfoJ but rite in educalIor Is u young man tional experience and nttainmonU and is fully competent and worthy of tho exalted position to which ho aspires Horn and reared In Casey county he is strictly at home and one of tho boys Ho waa educated in tho country schools andatJanlc Wa h Institute Middle burg and later spent four year in State College Lexington whore ho graduated with honors He has taught in tho county schools h of Casoy for a dozen or more roars and for a number of years waa connect ed in an official capacity with tho city schools of Paris resigning that position to assume control of Middleburg Normal College at Mlddlcburg his native coun ty That he has succeeded in his work at Middleburg is best attested by the hundeda of teachers and students that have pursued Instructions under his teachings Mr Lawhorn Is the most competent man In Casey county for the Important olflco of superintendent of 1schools and scores of voters who would vote for his opponent will mark their ballot for Lawhorn believ- Ing that In BO doing they are assisting in tho election of a man best fitted for a position which is second to none In importance in the county Many of his most ardent supporters disagree with him politically but they recognize the fact that this U not so much a matter of politics but a matter of superior worth to the schools tho children and to posterity A FBIBND r Life Is Embittered Lifo is too often ombUtored bv the grievous pains and suffering oaupod by dyspepsia In one or other of Us many forms No other disease covers such a wldo range of symptoms or cause ueh varied suffering to IU victims Stomaohacho headache dUzlnoK nausea biliousness roiiktl pation fever onealp are due to this One dreadful ilUoaue No wonder that thousands arc so enthusiastic over tho cure of their dheaso by Dr CaldwellV laxative Syrup 1upsln It is a most marvelous potunt and universal euro Try it Sold by G lenaySttuiford amlC W Adam I HuHtonville nl Wo and x3100 Money back If it fails The Laurel county grand Jury has returned about 100 indictments among them being one against James 0 Yayden tho Republican nominee for Representative from Laurel and Rock castle counties who stands charged with having converted the funds of the I 00 P Lodge of that place to his own use How to Cure Corns and Bunions First soak tho corn or bunion In warm water to soften It then pare it down as rlosely as possible without drawing blood and apply Chamber Iains Ialn Halm twice dally rubbing vigorously for live minutes at each application A turn plaster should bo worn a few days to protect It from tho Hhoe AH a general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheu matism Patti Halm is unequaled For sale by all druggists Blusher Is the most bashful man I over knew How on earth then did ho como to q get married lie was too bashful to refuse Chicago Journa- lInsomnia and Indigestion Cured Last year I hud a very severe attack of indigestion I could nut sleep at night and sit iTeredmostoxeruelating- pains for three hours after each meal I was troubled this way for ubotitthreb months when I used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and rc clvcd Immediate reliefsays John DIxon Tullamore Ontario Canada For sale by till druggists r Two children of Jason Comett a veterinarian of Hazhrd Perry county swallowed quantity of corrosive sublimate believing it to be sugar and diedThe Lewis and Clark Exposition closed Sunday The attendance for last day was 66960 making a grand total of 2545509 J J Epperson a prominent farmer of tho Gravel sud- denlyt aged 82 MISS MARY ELIZABETH FOUR Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs W If Furr of Flat Woods Garrnrd county Miss Fore is the youngest daughter of the Confederacy her father being n gallant xConM If KINGSVILLE J It Crvlghton returned to Richardson to resume hits duties lit operator on tho C0T- he county meeting of tho Christian church Is to bo held here next Satur day Everyone Is invited and an enjoyable occasion is anticipated lions K C Warren W S Uurah and T J Hill for whom he was anxious to cast his last vote camo over to attend tho funeral of Mr D M Creighton The two former gentlemen together with Mr S M Owens of McKinney not knowing of the 3tponcmcnt came on Tuesday Mr Burch of Stanford accompanied Rev L M Omer who de livered u must beautiful funeral dis course at tho Christian church Ho is not dead but sleepoth was the beautiful Scriptural quotation that gave consolation to our aching hearts For two months my father had been con fined to his bet and during that time was never entirely free from pain sometimes suffering Intensely Yot ho was very patient often exciting the laughter of those near him by some jest Ills fund of humor seemed Inexhaustible and could hardly realize his trucjronditlon He said he was ready to die and predicted his death wouldoe cur within three days which prediction proved to be true as ho tiled at 820 Sunday evening tho third day after his sad prediction Many beautiful flowers were given by dear friends one handsome floral design being sent from Maysvllle his former home A Judicious Inquiry A well known traveling man who vis Its tho drug trade says hi has often honni druggists Inquire of customers who asked for n cough medicine whether It was wanted for u child or an adult and If for n child they almost invariably recommended Chamber lalnV Cough itumody Tie reason for this is that they know there Is no dungy gee from It ninth that it always runts There Is not tho least danger In giving It unIt fur coughs colds und croup It Is unsurpassed Foisalo by nil drug gists After ploughing through the streets for n long number of years With bare feel in accordance with what he believ ed to be a divine injunction Rev Clay borne Martin tho colored healer of no little fame will don shoes this winter for tho first time since ho was 17 years old It just takes a number 13 to en case this weatherbeaten foot of the man of power The reason of his decision to wear shoes is to gratify his brother who has como to town and who has promised to equip him with a handsome suit of broadcloth if ho will take the shoes and wear themDan ville News Family Skeleton Many a persons famll skeleton Is a Htato of weak digestive organs inherited from careless ancestors Tim skeleton can Inlaid to rest by Dr Caldu ells laxative Syrup Pepsin Hotter do so at once otherwise It will dog you dally end step you in eon stant misery mid in dnungorfrorn worse complications Syrup Pepsin Is a spec fur Indigestion constipation headache and biliousness Try it Sold by O L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Ilustonvillo at l100 and 8100 Money hack If it falls Gov Bcckham has addressed a let ter to Thomas W Lawson In which he expresses the belief that his declared purpose to protect policyholders against the officials of the life Insurance companies is sincere and declares it to bo praiseworthy but declines to act on the committee suggested thinking that precipitate action while present in vestigation is on may impair rather than increase the advantage to be gained by policyholders f 1 NEWS NOTES EnglishILexingtqnMat KishinefT Russia has been assassi nated Three children In tho family of Frank Standlnnd near Mt Washington died of typhoid fever The Grand Lodge of Masons of Ken tucky will hold the annual meeting in Louisville beginning today Mnj W N Bumpus of Owensboro has declined to be commandant of the Confederate Homo at Pewee Valley henvyorderstwo ocean steamers of 10000 tons each A Ore which started In the plant of the Bluegrass Seed Co at Mt Ster ling did damage to the extent of 85 000The Marino Hospital Service believes that yellow fever at New Orleans will have disappeared by the end of the Sophia Wittwcr while nttend ing n funeral hear Louisville was thrown from n buggy In a runaway nnd her neck was broken The Union Central Life Insurance Company has been sued by Hamilton county 0 officials for 2333481 alleged arrears in taxes Nearly every commercial organiza tion In the country will bo represented at the rivers and harbors convention to bo held in Washington In January- A big wave rolled over tho Cunard Line steamship Campanias deck Wednesday and five steerage passengers were swept into tho ocean and drowned The United States has notified Franco that it will not object to a pacific block ade of Venezuela for the collection of claims from President Castros Goverr mentThe court of appeals unanimously af firmed the death sentence given WII liam Van Dalsen in the Jefferson crimi nal court for the murder of Fannie Porter Illinois Central railroad employes tore up a switch track laid by the Illinois Iowa nnd Minnesota at Rock ford and the latter road sued out an injunction Interest in the yellow fevcrsituatlon at New Orleans was somewhat diverted by a run on the Gcrmanla Savings Rank The Institution is said to beper fectly sound General fever conditions- show improvement After a threedays session at Louis ville the fourth State Development Convention of Kentucky adjourned to meet next year at Winchester The closing feature of the gathering was a banquet at the Gait House by the Citizens of Louisville- In tho Circuit Court nl Georgetown In the suit brought by Harry Hatrods administrator against the c N 0 and T P railroad a verdict of 20000 was brought for tho plaintiff Harrod was a brakeman on the Versailles and Georgetown branch of the Southern railroad and was killed by n train Amid the frenzied plaudits of more than 21000 baseball enthusiasts the New York National League champions won the worlds professional baseball championship on the Polo grounds Sjtt Phill1l1elphinAmerican game of the postseason series by tho score of 2 to 0 AH AGED PHYSICIAN Alter Years of Uxperlence Gives the Following fldvico If you have anything to do with youknowPennys Drug Store says this is a strong point irt favor of their valuable cod liver preparation Vinol Every thing it contains is plainly printedon the bottle therefore it is not a patent medicine Vinol contains in a highly concentrated form all oftho medicinal elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers but without a drop of oil or grease to nauseate nnd upset the stomach This is the reason that Vinol accomplishes such wonderful results In curing chronic coughs colds bronchial and lung troubles and there is nothing known to medicine that will so quickly build up tho rundown overworked tir ed nnd debilitated or give strength and renewed vitality to the aged as Vinol Mrs Martha Fraser of Portland Mo writes I was all run down from overwork and had u chronic cough for years I hud tried so many medicines without help that I had lost all faith in medicine My daughter bought me a bottle of Vinol 1 simply worked won ders for mo it cured my cough and brought pack health and strength and I am better than I have been for years Wo can only ask every one in Stan ford who needs such a medicine to try Vinol on our guarantee to return their money if it falls Pennys Drug Store HUSTON ILLEIMr James Givens raised 103 good sized pumpkins on ode vine You are cordially invited to attend our street fair which is in full blast B B Meers of Hardyville bought of McDaniel and Dave Gregory a year ling by Dignity Dare for 100 Mrs Mary Logan has gone to Padu cah to visit her son Sam From ther she will go to Birmingham to spend tho winter Mrs F M Pcavyhouse lost a 5 gold piece on the streets here last Saturday for which she will give n reward if returnedThe squad of the Huslonville Fishing Club goes on its annual trip this week They will camp seven miles below DunnvIUe Rev Arch Mayes n devout Metho dist died nt his home near Roys Mill Casey county Friday and was buried at Middleburg Saturday Foil SALE One twoyearold horse by Gallon and one sixmonths old colt by Dignity Dare and out of a Red Squirrel marc Sallie Chrisman More land Ky- Judge Josh Swope evidently preparing for housekeeping told his friends here of his good luck in securing seed of n new corn tho stalk of which grew very toll and large and when fully ma tured the corn would be found shelled on the inside of the stalk Dr Lafon Carpenter of South Caro lina n splendid young man bornand raised in the West End will be mar ried to Miss Sallie Stone Pinkerton daughter of Eld B J Pinkgrton in Lexington on Wednesday Their host of friends in the West EndJ scnd con gratulations and best wishes for their future happiness There seems to bo a tendency on the part of some miscreants to break into the penitentiary by raising the flags on mail boxes along the rural routes The penalty for this offense is a fine of not less than 100 and imprisonment from one to five years and the parties continuing it should and will wear stripes before they are much older- J D Williams of Casey who has been in the Philippines since the Span ishAmerican war returned home last week surprising his many friends nnd relatives His sister Mrs Wheat of Mt Salem not expecting to see him did not at first recognize him lie goes to Washington City Nov 1 to accept a position J Milford Eubanks is down witherysipelas Mrs E J Willis of Carlisle is vis Iting her many friends here Mrs Sal lie Boshford of Paris once a teacher in Christian College here is the guest of Mrs Alice Lusk A message from Mrs Dollio Burnett to her many friends nnd relatives announces that their voyage thus far had been a most delightful one und that they expected to reach England their future home three or four days later IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tho aged mother of Sheriff Ben and Taller Frank Hincs of PulaskI is dead at Somerset C S Porter of Somerset has been elected president of the State Pharma ceutical Board While in Louisville Jonas McKcnzio either lost or was robbed of 50 and his railroad ticket Mt Vernon Signal Central University defeated Miami University of Oxford 0 nt Danville Saturday with case the scorn being 21 to a general fight near Gravel Switch Roy Dora was stabbed by Ed Wilson receiving eight wounds Little chance for recovery is entertained by the attending physician BrigadierGeneral J Wesley Jacobs United States Army is dead at Las Galos California lIe was a brother of the late Col R P Jacobs of Danville and onco lived at that place Peter Vandivier attempted to kill his wife and son at their homo near Har rodsburg Ho then killed himself af ter having first set the ho seon fire His wife and son escaped Police ex tinguished tho flames before much damage was done W G Hunter Jr has In his posses sion a very fine collection of stamps In all ho has 15000 representing every country In the world The collection is valued at 5000 He also has a fine collection of coins which arc very val uableSomerset Journal John Marshall aged 12 lyears was Indicted by the Mercer county grand jury for killing Peter Crockelt a boy of about the same age The Marshall boy stole a pistol out of his fathers homo and took it with him along with a squad of boys who went out to Salt riv er swimming Young Marshall fired several times at his companions just for fun and killed the little Crockett boy Sick headache is caused by a disor dered condition of the stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists 3 Grand Cooking Exhibit OF XT eseWill In tu M nt may Store Six Days from October the 16th to 21st Inclusive Coffee and Biscuits served to all callers 4 Months Subsc iption to The American Wo mans Review given to all Lady Callers Como and talk with expert fn m the faft ry A n education for the Muse wife Set of useful Cooking lien tls IW with nil Uinjes ordered during exhibit worth 750 W H HIGGINS Stanford 4i 7iiiis IS PATRICK i lIB He is a warm num berHe will keep the coldchills from running n down your back See write or phone y 5 H ALDRIDCE Phone lit Depot St Stanford Ky Jlf r CJ Lu u The Interior Journal E C WALT- ONDJOCRATIC TICKEr For Senator- R L HUBBLE For Representative J M ALVERSON For County Judge no C WARREN For County Attorney W S BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For Connty Cleric t GEORGE COOPER For Aisesror W A CARSON For Superintendent of Fcnooli GARLAND SINGLETON For Jailer W HERniN WHILE the question of changing tt manner of voting back to the good old viva voce system Is not a party quu ticm the Republicans have instruct every voter that they can command to vote against tho change The know that their only hope of carrying an election lies in the secret ballot system when men or rather mice say they will vote one way and then vote another and in stuffing ballot boxes and changing the result and they will vote for it to a man The Democrats are somewhat divided on the question and while no especi interest has developed in it enough has been learned to show that a large majority of them favor the old s si beginIningwant a return to first principles to honest elections and honest expressions When a voter expresses his choice by the word of mouth and seesI his vote recorded as cast little room for juggling the returns The secret ballot is the hobby of those who are afraid to express thom selves publicly and such are worthy of little consideration Let us wipe it from the constitution by a majority that will leave no doubt of the disgust ithas engendered A DOCTOR who is evidently in the pay of cigarette manufacturers says that the socalled little coffin nails are entirely harmless and that they are mad the scape goat for crime and shame He says that in a study and experience of many years he fails to find a single criminal act caused by the use of cigar ettes which arc not so harmful as tea or coffee This celebrated nerve spec ialist as he is referred to in the dis patches is either honing for notoriety or lucre probably both as his theory is against all previous teaching TUB following from the Louisvill Times is calculated to shake ones confidence in preachers of a certain sect After spending the night at Victoria Hotel Father McMahan accused Path er Accen of stealing 110 from him The money was recovered from the per son of the accused Doth were intoxi cated They registered from New York but later said they were from Gethsem ane The hotel proprietor swore out a warrant against the accused priest DEMOCRATS the fight is on Another nomination has been made and more may follow Organize and be ready to meet the enemy at any game they may attempt to play Lincoln county needs no republican officers and if democrats do their duty she will have none THE Somerset Mountaineer is en croaching on our rights The INTERIOR JOURNAL is known far and wide as the MountainImotto in connection with that paper IT turns out that W Owen Mcintyre did not buy the Harrodsburg Herald but has engaged in the insurance busi ness instead We thought Editors Pul liam and Hutton had too good a thing in the Herald to dispose of it williholdday in each month says the Danville News Parksvilles dealer in justice should have more regard for the Sab bath Tim emperor of Russia and the em peror of Japan have signed the peace treaty and white winged peace now reigns supreme POLITICAL New York democrats nominated Jas W Osborne for district attorney William Jennings Bryan and family have arrived at Yokokama Japan The straight democratic ticket was elected in Nashville with the exception of one candidate for membership on the board of public works William M Ivins republican candi date for of New York has an nounced his platform which includes the citys acquirement all lapsed or forfeited franchises the constructI- on of a municipal light and power plantrf t Vix Howard for ears a merchant at Crab Orchard now residing at London wants to represent Laurel Bl1Il Rockcastlc in the General AssemblyI Rhode Island former Coy L F C Garvin for Governor and adopted a platform favoring tariff revision and railway rate regula tionPresident Roosevelt and Czar Nicholas have exchanged memoranda showing perfect cooperation in bringing about a second peace conference at The Hague Armitage Matthews secretary oft New York county republican committee committed suicide by leaping from a window rather than face Indictments for embezzlement Congressman John Newton Williamson of Oregon convicted of conspir cy to defraud the United States gov ernment of its public domain was son tenced to JO months imprisonment- The court of appeals In the case of- M D Lucas defeated candidate for the democratic nomination for jailer in Franklin county held it had no power to compel a recount by the committee however erroneous its action may be As an incident to the WhitakcrRe aker slander suit at Cynthiana the Harrison County Democratic Comm tee has refused to accept the resignation of II C Duffy as chairman Mr Duffy will not be an independent can didate for State Senator Here n and There ExCounty Judge James R Burnan of Richmond is dead The supreme court has refused to advance the James Howard case Miss Ella Caldwell daughter of the late Rev R W Caldwell is dead inI BoyleM Farris bought yesterday 400 Barrels of corn at 150 at the heap Advocate Marquis Ito and Foreign Minister kuma will entertain William J Bryan luring his stay in Japan In a fight over a woman at Middle boroTilman West was shot and nstantly killed by Mark Smith E H Darrow shot and killed his drivIingook his own life Jerry Gibson an aged man living on Stony Fork near Middlesboro committed suicide by jumping in a smnn pool of water His mind has been deranged for some time Virgil Bowers colored was given n ife sentence in the Laurel county circuit court for the murder of Georg Farris near the London fair ground At the first trial a few days previous Dowers had a hung jury10 standing for hanging The last jury was composed of Rockcastle county men CHURCH MATTERS Indiana Baptists will raise 220000 for Franklin College Rev William Fields has been sawin wood for H C Cornett for a few days Hyden Ky Thousand Sticks Rev John Lowell of Wayne count- ys conducting a protracted meeting at the Halls Gap church Everybody is invited to come To The Voters Of Lincoln County- I have been selected by the republican executive committee as the republi can candidate for sheriff I accept the nomination and respectfully ask thesup- port of the voters of Lincoln county As to my qualifications to conduct the usincss of this important office I refer to my former record as sheriff Respct JOHN N MENEFEE Stanford Oct 16 1905 Card From Mr Swope I truly and gratefully thank myI many republican friends who called up on me to make the race for sheriff of Lincoln county I went before the committee last Saturday and made an honorable upright and manly elTort- for the nomination but the committee decidod on Mr J N Menefee to make the race I will now drop into line and- do all I can for my party Very Respct J H SWOPE Makes Homely Women Pretty No woman no matter how regular her features may be can bo called pret If tier complexion is bad Orinu Lax atlo Fruit Syrup hide digestion and cloatJ sullcnv JiloUihwl complexions by ImulnUng tho liver and bowels O1lnu Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Jj mild and leasant to take Remember tho name flUbIstltutoCARD OF TUW wish to thank tho people of Kingsvilie our friends und neighbors for their great kindness to us during our dear husband and futh- cr 3 illness and our recent bereavement We can never forget them for their great kindness Mrs Martha H Creigh ton and children Henpecks wifes name is Marjorie is Yes butho calls her Majority How absurd Not so very you no majorit- yrulesHouston Post Remember Edelinn saw near Burgin Thursday 19th f ya MATRIMONIAL Herbert Price of Danville and Miss Vesta Lackey of Kansas City were married at Jellico last week Madam Rumor says that a prominc Stanford physicinn and a Logan Ave beauty will marry today and the madam usually knows whereof sho affirm W J Webb Pike county school teacher skipped off between school hours and got married lie was authorized to secure an assistant in his school work Ho got one The marriage of Miss Anne D Guer rant of Wilmore and Mr Norvin Green of Louisville will be quietly sol- emnIzed Wednesday October 18 at the home of the bride in Wilmore Miss Anna Fish Cover the charming GovIofrlcd last week to Mr Clement Enrl Bower of the bower Roller Bear byIfavorite Mr Bower is said to ba a tine young business man of the uckee State yenrsI 801Iceremony was said by Rev J W lIa gin in the parlors ot his home The MrIgrace and dignity in the home that awaits her coming Tho groom is tho son of Mr C T Bower one of the most prominent citizens of Lima Ohio He is a young business man of strict and a member of the large and wellknown manufactunnlj firm The Bower Roller of Dayton Ohio W The wedding of Miss Nellie Dillon ar11rcelebrated at her home on Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock The rooms were profusely decoratedin ferr and palms the ceremony being pcrfoi med by Rev C S Ellis Tho brit e was handsome in a dark green broadcloth going away gown and gloves to match The bride is Rn accomplished young lady and enjoys he of a wide of friends in the city while the bridegroom is a popular insurarice man very large number of pretty and costly gifts were received Only the Immediate relatives and a intimate friends were present Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple took a train for Lexington other cities Lancaster Record PUBLICSALE W will ell nt publicauction on the ohl lawkln fnrm on mile Knit of Morvlnm by onTIUMHIUY OOTOUKK SOTH rho following Ilrolrt111l00d grnde Mil Cow HKrndcd yearling hearer i yenrlln teen good onus tilt steer weight Ian CllhI sowend pigs t Kood brood vow with Jbeiivy work hor e 2 ponle eiirllni mule yearllni ally Mroi nick hinder inowliiK nuieliliice 2 rldln ultlvatoii Oliver plow hake corn hunter two Ithorse wnnon hUKlU 11I1jk Kinrtl phaeton a set buggy hiirneMi raKoii hllrllII oprlnit wauon waitonhei t Hood Cluvc tnllll1 buy triune y lllwkll it corn ii ml fodder 23O Uilc of ntniw In rnau bushel wheat In tack W biinhei ot ryei trnw rlrk 1lulIAII ennli of flu n ml n mlcr cost iver that IIIIIOUIII it credit of nix mouths xinkahlu dole iKtirliiK Intercut lit 0 Irrut Made Ixir111 promptly at UMiVlock JlO A HUSH PUBLIC SALE I I will lit my place of reildenct on the Kul Ieka mil iiutof 1rcnchrevillulxmllc110111 Omll rchnrd mill IjineiiHter and rlKht talk rom Mtiiiilonlon Ill U Itd lAY OPT Hi ull to lie ldghut JIll IKHI MildiT my fit ru ontiilnlnit Iff acre of llrntclass land 0 crsof It IwliiK now In luinp AUo nt till alllllll tlnu and pliici1 I will roll all of lilY orwH mule viittlc hit hog IncltiilliiK on Imlr of the belt work JiorMx In unman lusty nlMi an noun goal palrof mulue to ether with hlrud gig IwpleuluntCcalslstIn f now hickory WIIKOII never us nluof hump 11 rclsof KOOt corn ami mini thtr tlilngH too flu nuruue lo mention TKIIMM I IK HAIKTlu mil nliHv will h old lor onttliird club luiliincu In our voaiid thrif jviim time with lilr1 on vforntl imytiniiti until told with Itlu re iilnKl O Bcctlrt tlnlr 8ullnllrolrty will in e01d an followIn urliucmh In hood over Hurt iiinount n ndlt of It iiKintlis will lie hHI with Inter lit until iMild For nil deferred n otn With ooi heenrlty will lie required yahltnt till rub Orchard Bunking Co fhl U tplendld opportunity to wsmru ell Irl cored llrnlelans hunts It will luld without nwrvt fiml no liyhlddlnir will a 1VeslW H HrSNXKTT- 1reachcriivllle Ky Col J 1 handler tac- tPUBLIC SALE Glenworth Farm OurIAt gin Ky on HURSDA1T OCTOBER 19 1905 MJIeiidof HIIOItTIIOIlNH eomdatlliR ol IlIIr lired llnieii and Scolih TopjHd laws ulIHIIIu In extra good condition 20 Registered Saddle Horses YIIIIIOU8 llrood mil res In ono to MnntKom Iry Chief unit young thinsH Bourbon ilef JIlKhland iKnmnrk sad Prince HI- IIrt A tow rllhlg drh lug liorwM Ont IIbuw mare by tlluhlanil Oiiiliinrk A dozen flllldl bred 1lrllul nmrH4 raid Ktnllloiw III u Iilry Queen n prize wlnnor at the iuu Fair Mat or tliwlii show atull Will mll the duels of Itlchmond lulrrol Dean Ieo tad JIlKhland Kloxvvr 111 other Kient brood Warns 4 Fine Yqarlin and 2Yr Old JacKsIs- oJirney Cattle Hliitliind unless Work Jtulrs core In tlu iacrem irmlnn JlllllhIIIlIhlVIblll Ilurnus tc rte too nuttier ou to mention Hulu beitlni at oclock uliarp Uood noon lunch Halo under ccr JlavunrraiiKid for train to wait II- ftr Mile Tho Hhorthorns Huddlu Horse idJaukhtock will IK Mild linmeillately IIIIr lunch nt 111 oclock rKHHrtl All stun of Sill tad under cUN- IIOlr thut amount t credit of slk month on inkiiblu note eiirlnK Interest at 0 nvr orlletillALLEN BKI ELKN utcllomersluptV II linn vIII W Kidd Loxtngton i ilI OVERCOATS iThi andIfirst cold spell reminds us we must have an overcoat we are especially prepared in this line They are made broad shoulders long back with or without belts perfect inIstyle Little fellows 250 to 5 boys sizes 15 to 19 years 5 to 10 Mens sizes 750 to 1750 Our stock of Cravinet Rain Coats is good Beautiful styles and wearings and a range ofOtprices 10 1250 15 and 1750 We feel that these linesIwill suit you Look at them H J MROBERTS STANFORDI j THE VERDICT I Kcreon doors window nand con Ing lltuv Klumo WIckleM 011 Woven IirnclCurtains HliudfR lolr Kxtunilon 1orllrrrc- CurteduMtreleherelinrlwttrrtcherr Horn Bruhelo remote hy ectlon Carpet nnd llulfdlna Inper floor Window PuItt VnrnU Htnliu 01 KmimeU Tlctuiv Krmnei Mouldlngf Mat Oliii lluuitlei New nn Old Furniture IViinn notkeep Cood Mi 1111 nume nomethlnit we do r lInt or borllnnd buciilr IInd td KJcellent undertaklnne nlpment Parity horse und Mtl Tlrln done Pruitt BrothersMorvlnnd Ky PUBLIC SALEI BLUEGRAS FARM WKItNKHliAYOCTDIIKHSSTIIlUC At inoclork Mut my form thny mile Musht ronTpVkVYwlir Xlithifollowlii drcrtltp- rowrty flue UruII lien of hxxl lord and II lot oltlllk horrrCaltlr huge four llegUtoreil Hlmrt Horiu lot of uufl 011 culviK Thin liiiul II nilne livin talelccoconwhenl te Jo well wnhIh- olnll wells hterlltwo nrtrr fnltlnll n numlwr ot never falling twi creek that nllord water the year around t ioreh kltcheitlwilllim wlthN room collar meat Imiie hen houw 4 riMiinn tutu bogey hou ecublnSroom i suiek both lUxm It ktalU and fill cattle nruof tolImcco burn 4lts tftt liolh Sleneinent hoinx on farm lIIW lnhM Jlrllllt I room nnd torch each I will I phiteton buggy prang wagon and I II lot 01 fllrmllll ililt Ac hemp brake or II Cam hOIlbllhllllrlllIU iii iieltak 1VnlnnMlnylkLIMti A wriIITII T II Kntf lUh IMinllleKj PUBLIC SALE Aa iidmlnlntrntor of till tmtatr tit lr IhiU Jan Tudor ilseM I wVII offer foi Kuletotbe tuIUlasttusdllet blather the fol UiwliiK iltMrllMil proierty on t4ATITlH AY KrrttTH of laud licit known it- sikehrsnit containing alNitit urns illiiiited in Lincoln tollts and liordvrlnt on Dlx Klver Huld turn la hlttiatoil alxiul midway lMtw n Uincaiter mill Hlniifurd nlMiiit S mill s from either place Maid tract or loud very fertile In n hluli state of rut UvnilOU tutu excellent in every way fur fist purMMe all IKlttOIll Innll t111I wa tered and houiui barn and nil 1I1l outbultIII1I1 Any one dvnlrliiK H II Tudor who msllrimllhrtphues trllxll alko offer for Mile nt till Mime time nnd place tin follow ing property thllrllll b r1 Holntelacow mid cull Jersey cow mid culf i year and plgifist 1101 II1tliC Mild bred on llerkhlrf the fol lowing tortes Half of tin purrhaoe moinv line iiiiyable IVc IWfl l ilnnct on lIIullt time Ilirchaner wlll re inired to execute note with approved necurlty liearlniSu legal Interest iron llixl Ilen ntalned on hind untlMill of perches money Iu1d Terms for wilo of stock known tin day of milt W llAliitlN Admr A llourne AuctlonetT Do You Want a Home Ifow11 iiuy kind rou want 1cohnyooursatCItgrnlt vnrlnty of formpdwelling hm11ws buslnes houses husdnufci If You Want a Farm crlt11aswhntklndofapkucuyou are look for whet e vhoro located how much you are wlllloK to nveKt and any other urtlucutlnfutmuClout Punts of III rize character and rlceaandwenrocertain to Intercut you ou are on the potal card will irlnii you one of our printed lists OFINTIAL KY HKAIK8TATKOO 1L KYoowarreililent Jxfbanon Ky 1 jt i J f7ojjp W H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler t STANFORD KENTUCKY I Tbe tute t In vr III Jlaoi 1tntohrsnndglorksInMtdckr J l Our stock of School Books Tablets School Bags Pens Ink Slates and all kinds of School Supplies is ready for you We are headquarters in this line PENNYS DUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Be kind enough to remit us the amount of your dues at this office fl qa r i 2f CHILDRENS SHOES WtV Godninn limes nro made with a solid loather counter in sole outer i loS They cost for sizes ii to 8t1 COc and 7fie bamo In Navy Calf 7fic 1anlalu BOX Calf K c All tliontwvo in sizes Ri to 11 at 100 to SlfiO 3an1ftln 12 to 2 at 1 to 8170 Nothing is just as good an leather There nn ounce of shoddy In Goduinn Shoos r 1tIiT i 7i- t WiIrn i1 noJlb Ky Ocr 17 100 t Wn hnvo n new stock of box pope that will interest New shapes ul qualities Penny s Drug Storey i PERSONALS VWOINIA MAIIONY visited In 3 MASft bilk Ignny nt Danville Mot SUE HOUT of Lexington visit y ed her parents hero Sunday DK W IL PKNNY of Danville WI8 with his mother hero Sunday WADB his Miu homu In Hockctuitlo Saturdayi MARK HAUWN who has been throntj cried withblood poison Is out hIlSI Mist AliCTHfrtA NUBhvllloIenterer Wards Seminary rJ Mu AND Miis B C SANDIDOB spent aevcral days In Lexington last week- 1MK JOHN WAIIJVCB and wife of Springneld were with hia parents here YRIm GAltNtTT Is back from a llIlt r to nU mother ind sister at Cave City Mll3 JOSIK ItANKY of Ilkcvllle- Mdt la visiting friends In this section MIt CIIAIUXH F MONTGOMERY Ca 7soys next county attorney was here SaturdayJ DunuKiun of Louisville wai with his parent Col and Mrs W iI Duddernr MH8J II food and baby visltoi lien sister Mrs Wm Dunavent at 1itUbun Mn J C COOLTBH of Mlddlcbunj was here Friday returning from the tnountairaI D CAMPBELL and family formerly of Crab Orchard have locate at Bellevue DR D B SOUTIIARD formerlyof UH Bee Lick section Is now located at Ha Yen Kansas MRS Jons F CASH has gone to Cov Ington to see her little granddaughter Mica Lucy liaR In MR W G McUEB of Turncrsville hoe rented J C McClary cottage on t Hfchcation Street Mn L B GIVKN8 of Ilnrrodsburff was hero Sunday to lice his mother who has been quite sick Miw J S JoiiNSOS ur- Lancaster Ipent Thursday with II U Aldridgo and family MR WILLIAM MASON Monnis wit 1and son of Crab Orchard visited rein tires nt Shelby City Miss MATTU B Tit u has heel convalescing HICKS of Mc gut stq of Mr A rRRTTY little daughter has arrived t at the home of Rev and Mm J W HnRln now of CovingUm MR JOHN B HirTB wife and child rcn of the Woat End visited friirda hero Friday und Saturday Mu Join W 1JA8TIN of Pittahun trait returning from was on Friday1 his coal mines In Western Kentucky WALLACB Goviin who U attending college at North Mtddletown spent sev eral days with his parents at Crab Or chard RnWAlin CooiHK has gone to Kntwas City to engage In business lilt many i friends here gave him up with much rev luctance WALTWiW SAUNDBKS will travel a Tennessee nnd Georgia for the KctthSchraoder Jlarnesa Co of Mayaville MRS EIINBST WAUUEN who has been with her parents Eld and Mrs Joseph llallou returned to Middlcsbo ro Saturday l J U BBAZLBY wife and Eloise 4MR A C Hill and wife spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs John li Men shan at Somerset MRS J H McALlsTBR and children left Friday for Way Miss after spend- ingI the summer with her parents Mr nnd Mrs T J Foster MR JOHN BUCHANAN of tho Courier Journal Job Printing Co Is spending I r few days with his mother Mm Jane Buchannn at Crab Orchard MR V H DECK has moved into ore Halos cottages on Eastof Mrs Woody Main and Mr John Downer and family now occupy the residence they vacated MRS JOHN BRIGHT JR and Miss g Muymo Hnmlleyor Stanford visited relatives here Mrs S M Peacock re visit to herturned to Paducnji after n brotherAdvocateMR has moved his family to the rooms over the store ho recently bought of Mr J C Florence Mr T C Ball wife und baby have moved Into the residence vacated bye them 1 Miss MARCARKT LHWIS has been II- but ia improving MR S W GIVBNS is down front Mill dteslwro to sco his mother TUB Current Event Club wljl moot with Mrs IL J McRoborta lIt 2itt Thursday afternoon MISS LUCY hum WALTON pont cev oral days very delightfully with Miw Com Nunnelloy at her country home MIL MATT WOODSONS family will join him nt Danville today ho having been able to Rot n suitable hougo there t MRS JAB P THOMPSON nnd pretty little son of Lebanon Junction Is visit log her parents Mr and Mrs Mlltor Warren Mn ED C GAINBS of I incastcr was hero yesterday telling about hd Ono boy Claud Itice who arrived II few days ago- LAwfnNcE VANARSIIALB will take Bourne H VnnArsdales territory foi Bclknnp Co nnd tho latter will trav el through tho South for that big hard ware t1rmIMRS PATTIB HAYS and fatally leave Friday for Kansas City where Miss Alma Hays and I rice Hays have secured good positions Many friend of this good family regret to see them lenvo Stanford LOCALS No country sorghum at Goo D Hoppers Fort floor oil cloths and linoleum see Tribble Pence BEU our lino of heating stoves George H Farris CALL at W H Hlggins and talk with an expert range man GOOD stable with3stalls for rent Sec George D Wea enIAT Stanford Green Houses bulbs or all kinds now ready John Chrisman proprietor r ATTEND Allen Edelins sale near Bur gin Thursday See elsewhere in this Issuo what he has to sell IK you want the best stove ever In Stanford call at W H Higgins this week and see it in operation BUY your coal while the weather is good We can suit yoU in price nnd quality Northcott Buck Kowlam K y IK you are thinking of putting on n new roof call at W II Higgins and set n new mineral asphalt cement for roof Ing purposes JOSH JONBS and J J Moser have our thanks for n liberal sample of their Tweet potatoes which are as big as pumkpinit und as sweet as sugar I IIAVK sold my Inierost in tho linn or- Eo T Pence Co to my partner Mr E T Ponce Jr and no longer have any connection with that concern WillI tor O Walker TIIIIHU weeks from today tho battled the ballots will be fought There corns to be no reason why the demo rats should not win easily but changes muy come So bo ready for any imorgoncy HuniiLi Straub nnd Menafee nro tho big three tho republicans are relying on- o carry all things before them three weeks from today The last named knows defeat already make tho other wo acquainted with it as well t MR JESSE D WEARBN nsks us to late that his business at Stanford will be attended tb as formerly although ho will not bo hero nil of the time for tho present He and his bride spent Sunday and yesterday with his parents here TUB seml annual cooporatlon meeting of tho Christian churches of Lin coIn county will b6 held at Kin svil1o lurch on Saturday Oct 21 1JOj bo inrting at 10 A Each church is urged to send delegates to tho meeting roparcd to make reports etc Following is tho program 10 A M Devotion III exercises 1020 A M Address G W Mills 1040 M Sermon Jos Inllou Song 1115 Report of runty Evangelist J G Livingston 145 A Report of Churches pin icr on ground 1 P M Devotional ox srciscs 120 P Address J Q Montgomery 150 p Address D C McCollum Song 220 P 5L Voluntary Talks lead by G L Carpenter 240 P M Address L M Omer 310 M Song Benediction P W Carter Chairman W H Shanks Secy Godman School Shoes Should bravo been hero n month ngo hut have just conic Of course wo cant tnuko the factories give our order special service us they sell so ninny gouda they cant play any favorites and we have to await our turn This delay is forgiven and forgotten ns we believe they wore just making thorn hotter if possible These goods are acknowledged by the trade to lw the host goorls made fur tho motley hut they have outdoiiu themselves on the new fall shoes Como in nod let us sun v you democrat Is ono who stamps under lilts rooster Jessamine Journal INloe line ladle skirts jackets nnd childrens cloaks Vt E Perkins Crall Orchard PLAIN and comfort made to order by Mrs T 0 Anderson lor Turnowvlllo Give her a trial Ion tnn colored pockot book con tinning 5 in paper and check signs by Charles Lutes IORv at this odlci and roceivo reward STOHBROOM the best In Stanford for rent Possession Jan 1900 Now occupied by J P Jones and splendid located S H Shanks Stanford WANTED =A good reliable boy t0 help milk a few cows and drive milk wagon Must come well recommended Good wages Address H K W Dan vile Ky T M hason exhibition in his store at Crab Orchard a gourd which measures three feet eight inches long It was raised on the farm of Mrs Wright Kelley CHASE SANDORNS Moca and Java coffee served free to all callers this week Made on the Never Break Range Dont fail to see this stove W II Higgins TUB game of foot ball between the Graded School team of Lancaster and the Stanford High School eleven hero Friday afternoon resulted in a tie neither side scoring It was a splendid game throughout Dt has done something you think ho ought not tc have done if he has condoned some thing you think he should not havo con doned the time to ilRht him is nt the primary convention not at tho rcRulai election WB would feel extremely grateful t0 you If you would in the columns or your paper express our heartfelt grat Itude to the friends of the family who were so kind to us during our recent sad visit to Stanford and especially do we wish to thank the following gentle men who acted as our dear mothers pall bearers Messrs John Menefee Jesse Walter Uriah Bright William Carson Joe McClary Warren hooker Wo thank you in advance for this cour tesy write Edward M and Daisy Vcatch Louisville RIP VAN WINKLE is n drama fret from offensive comedy and vulgarity yet full of wholesome fun and delicate touches of pathos the whole pointing n healthy moral that makes one feel bet tel for having seen it To both old anti now patrons the management announce this season a production superior in ev cry way acting scenic and musical to the noted high standard of previous years Expense no consideration in making this production ono of the best that will be hero this season At Wal tons Opera House Saturday Oct 21st MBNBKBB NOMINATED KOR SIIBRIFF The second installment of republican nominees for county offices was handed out Saturday afternoon by tho commit tces which held a secret session in Dr R L Davisons office The public had expected a candidate for county judge and sheriff but only the latter office re ceived attention at tho hands of the committee of 12 Mr John N Mcnofco who was ingloriously defeated by Mr M S Baughman for sheriff four years ugo was given tho nomination over Mr James H Swope who lied been otioned to make the race It had been predicted by the knowing ones that Mr 3wope would never bo nominated but would force the republicans to put out a man and in this thoy were correct In short Mr Swopo doesnt seem to jolong to the ring and the plums that iro handed out are fiat likely to comes way Wo dont suppose even the Host sanguine republican hopes to elect a republican ofllcer three weeks from today but it is an honor sometimes to have the party nomination and wo sym athizo with Mr Swopo In his failure o secure the empty honor he craved Mr Menefee the nominee needs no Introduction to tho voters of this county democrats having voted for him repeatedly and tho republicans once lie nado n good sheriff as a democrat but having implicit faith in the democracy of this good county we believe ho will lever have tho opportunity of showing the people what kind ofa sheriff hen make as a republican JILdJ J FOR RENT Cottngo I now occupy Possession Nov 1 Mrs Pattie Hays GALL and sue one of the linos of overcoats and suits sale in the East End W E Perkins Crab Orchard WILL pay the cash price for your eggs turkeys Reese guineas and Kingsville on Saturday Oct 21 1005 to collect tax I will havo all county claims of 150 and less wish me M S Buughman sheriff I WILL sell on Monday Nov C court ty court day 20 shares of stock in the Huston ville National Bank A dividend of five per cent will bo declared on this stocj Jan 1900 George D Weath erford Huatonville Ky ALL parties having valid claims against the estate of the late Geo W Evans are notified to present them to Geo W Evans Tnt Rev James Frank says Ripj Van Winkle is n play that amuses terests and appeals to every class so successfully that many are brought In to contact with its teachings who never enter the House of the Lord At 19th and 20th inst for this reason the Central Kentucky instead of meet- Ing on tho 3rd Thursday of tho month as is our custom will come together on Thursday the 26th inst the A full is Bailey House Saturday Oct 21st J Kilers Big Hip Van Winkle Special Scenery Uniformed Band Operatic Orohoctra New mid Novel Specialties Big Free Concert at Nou- nS nts on sale at Melloborts PUBLIC SALE IIf Inmlotock and crop Having ilxtvrinliiMl to go Vrnt I will on HATITUIIA Y OCT w liia at my term ndlas wrst of drop Orchard on tin smutty roml tumllng Irani rah Orolt promptly nt tln hour IIf lUoVlock n ftng ileKurllxMl iiroHrty My fiirm of TOnoren iiiortor lean two goad Iwulllng mill tunaIwvrrtilling wll olio never full lug spring 1nrt of fHrm U IVUiir Orwk iKittoiiiK ortI llmixr ncrv ami lulus the land or pr John It Owvlvy out ivora e lIolniisniHl on Hiinil Howe No Tm fiirm In iititUr good fiiuw moot or It wtn lothilvllliig Iww uvur fulling wlb lu ynnl Tit fit rat lni nNo grist roil on itI3ilior v wiToin clty nnd din iHuliflN tllI lltnit roil Miit In tlivrounty My Tlil rnrni If TKUHS 4n re lU5 In one and two ycun with wiunl in tnll nuiitu Iwiirlnx 111r lnt Inlciiiit nnd liln rttulintl on rnrmlur niniiludfrof piinlinw consuls of gnc roo l buggy liorwi svfiirnoUI two good milk own two haggles nnd linriifUM wngon und nst III chlrktiiKi IS gusa1 lipiitlm stotn1organI suIt of fnriilturf U chairs nnd two rockers tile UriMiHiU curwt rug nrllI1 howlnu mnclilno Iswinglotofcurntuutiny I uooil iiiiHi nod evaporator nlwut bushels of coiil J nlock Vlncluntpr rill nil kinds or dlslu nlllllU lot of ciiniutl frnlt und ninny too numerous to men non IVrnni on iwrtoiml prowrty miiilo known ondnyofiuilo Wilirr Cot J Auct LY oLittle 1 InrcntB should ho caroftil to get the right shape shoes for littlo folks ns tho wrong shoo at the beginning often anises feet annoyance fir lifo Tho Xcig lers Pilot trainers are the right shape nUll the workmanship istho bet Buy t your infants and childrens shoos uf us and get tho best looking best wear ing most comfortable nhoo made t l SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KEN Ky1 etnteL 11V11nSTERA done ademocrat greatestIi 1lnsonlIH HedgovilleI SatunJayI MyelitisbySec- yWaltons Opera TWENTYYEAflS nltoStiiyvroodeoimniiHIng farm- uudmlllxiIIIssotdtoIether notsotdpriutttlytrlll1oidiiQdltly 1011111Ionk Folks Shoes OUR OVEUCOATS are not the eommon place kind There in something nbotit them that will appeal to you See our flrnnenettes Hum Coats and Overcoats CUnniNSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky iGreat ClosingOut Sale Wo have routed n business house now Rearing completion in Corbin Ky which wo expect to occupy nt an early date Rather than move any stock from this place we have decided to close our Entire Lino of Merchandise nt n sacrifice This stock consists of not roily the Cream of Dry Goods such as Silk Satins Fine Woolon Wnigtingf Fine Table Dnimiskc Undenvenr Hosiery Outings Etc Etc but also contains the largest assortment of handpainted Japanese China and Brlca hraC Novelties ever shown in this section Wo anticipated hauvy Holiday Trade nnd bought very largely of this lino ThEo goods have just arrived fresh Irom Japan rand will go on sale at once In addition to tho above wo have n Ac and lOc department that Is now loaded with good usefulmoney savors This will bo our last opportu nil to supply tho wants of our friends and customers and wo irony it neces saryto furthor remind you of the character merchandise you now have an opportunity to purchase nt sacrifice Owing to the short stay we havo in your midst wo me compelled to make this Strictly A Spot Cnsh Sale to Ono nnd Allnmlwo ask those who have already made little tickets to please settle Siaufonl Ky Oct 19- 03JOHN P JONES DANVILLE SHOE STORE 4 Woodson Snlloo Succosaors to Cald well Lanlor DANVILLE KENTUCKY tltilt etiFALL IS ON US We tire ready with the goods Snappy stuff for a Men Women end Children Our school shoes cant ho beat Edelens Level Best nUtIII Honest Mike need no introduction SPLENDID LINE TRUNKS DRESS SUIT CASES ETC Everything in Gents Furnishings Make our store headquarters when in Danville George P Crow Salesman H t dt l The Interior Journal Enttrtdinlhc Pott Office at Alanord as ttconddaM matter pcnLtHU D TUKHIJAVH AND rUZD +Y8 AT S00 PER YEAR CASH CfWben not so paid MOO will be charg- edUMBRELLAS Kecovered and rep reda mado almost at good as new for a nuall amount I can fli your umbrella batter than the tramp repairers and for lest money Ole me a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately r house and 10 acres of land Mtnatei Just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser rants room good cedar stable und nil necessary outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P BAILEY H F HILLENMEYER I SONS Blue Crass Nurseries Lexington KY Oiler for tin Full of Itfttn hill utook of fruit iiiul trw srnpo vinos n piirii cm smallrids rhuimrb Ill t1II1110 no iipnts hut palleatlon1D l- ININSURANCE ulnntfr Catalogue cm o Fire Lightning WInd Ufa nnd the HTHOXUKUT and IoWlstlOilalbloordtoenwillvd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancastor Ky Wm SSUtJABS Proprietor Electric Uehts In every room Refurnished and unJer entire New ALanacemen- lBobnlhe favorite porter meets all lralns NEW LIVER STABLE BUSKE ft CLABESON Ircn JUNCTION CITY LV- BlrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale Jesse W Sweeney Paora1EToR Livery Fcoi and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates m JeH IOONE i COW Proprietors WVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Llrery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Aluo Dealer In Goal E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford B D CARTER Successor lo Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY MenlYourhandled on commission Stock Pens In Connection First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 TbUtnstltatlon was M the Depailt rank of Stanford In 1858 theo reorganized as the National Rank of Stanford In 188 and again reorganized ai the FIrst National Haik of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an unlnter ruptoj nlsteoco for 43 year It h bettor supplied now with facilities for transact log islnets promptly and well than ever before In Ito long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited n I Directors 3L Paxton J B Owiley In Shank W 0 Walker Goo W Oartet J B Foster L O Ooocb WHOnmrnlai W H Brhrht R L Hubble W B Shank i TO THE LADIES I I 11110 o lit 111 a DrtsMiiiiklnt Kstnbllsh mont lit my homnon IOSJIIM Avmmonml oak n xlmro i itroiutgt of till lull of this community pro iihtng mitlsfiietory work Olvo men Mins Ilnon WIIITK Htmifonl Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You11- Ilyhuyrendytlluuleclothing when there Iso 111th illffemiit lit till price of high Rrmla ronilyinnilo milt nml n suit iiinili1 to your iiioniurvnifiit taken liy iiceil tailor have n hnnilsome line of Full anti IlrhIIIIISIIIovtrcoiits trousers nnil tatty teals The company IrepreentLoneoftheheatH CURES JlholtaLmenUI nlloodICurrs Hcrvou Dblllt rlllnt wcmrr VHI not Pr itrau n aleanlO and oUiertrouhlndit I lnrrcSTKinallrrouKorimnHn oaranteefCrrtH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO A FOB SAUl AT PENNYS DRUG BTOBE J l Beazley COs 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 tCeT Undertaker Embalmer niid 1 Dealer in 3IarnessSaddlery C STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone let Homo Phone 35 Officers J 8 HOOKER Prost BT V Ires J J MOUOBEHTS Ohr W U WKAUENAsst Ohr Directors F Held DaaTllle S T wards Stanford J S Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlpnoy DL U Kltnure Stanford S Rauzhman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jos Itoblaooo Rubble I H Ilaughman Stanford J M lettu Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford e LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK S5OOOO 9ucie iors to The Farmer Dank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping inch business relation will prate mutually beneficial J RESTORATIVE NERVOUS DEBILITY Officers H HI1ANK8 President J B Paxton Vice resident W II BRIGHT OshU- WiOWALKKR AMI Cashier 2 FARMERS DEPARTMENT J H Thompson sold to Hayden Nay lor a yearling colt for 75 Secondhand twohorse power for sale cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford The Louisville Horse Show profits ot the last exhibition amounted to 1500 Cowan McCormack bought in Lou isville a car of feeders at 260 and 2jc Dan P won the Stoll Stakes at Lexington in straight heats Best tin 210J St Bellano won the Belmont Handicap Saturday going the 2J miles in 357 25 M J Farris bought of W P Grimes 30 1IGOpoundcattle at 3Jc They will go Nov 1 J II Thompson of Preachersville has is lot of yearling mules and twqyear old cattle for sale E IL Furgeson of Fayette sold his farm of 498J acres and the crops for 30000 to D F Frazee ESTUAY A 200pound hog came te my farm in August Owner can get it by paying for this notice and his keep J II Dalton Gilberts Creek IGeorge W Bramblctt of Nicholas county has sold 12000 acres of timber and mining land in Harlan county to Eastern capitalists for 152000 J D Ends Sons sold to his J Farris Co 1030pound cattle to go Nov 1 at 3Jc and to D C Allen 20 1215 pounders at 4c and 1 per head The Bluegrass Tobacco Company of Lexington which bought the II N Martin Company of Louisville has in creased its capitalstock from 160000 to Jones has sold his splendid farm of 300 acres on the Jacks Creek pike to Dick Igo and Walter Parkes Part of the land brought 100 and th- rest 90Richmond Register ESTRAYA 700pound red inuly steer I left Ilustonville fair ground pasture about two weeks ago Will give toward for recovery or information lead ing thereto Josiah Bishop Iluston ville STRAYEDFrom my place about Oct 4 1905 a thoroughbred Berkshire boar one year old weight about 300 pounds A liberal reward will be paid for infor mation of his whereabouts J W Holmes Crab Orchard Ky Mr Joe Wright the Jack King who has a splendid farm near Junction City in Lincoln county has just return ed from a trip abroad where he put chased 11 of the best jacks that could be found in SpainDanville News DANVILLB COURTA good crowd at tended court at Danville yesterday but business generally was slow The cat tle market was dull and few sold Good horses were in demand and mules were high An extra good mule colt brought 112Dan Patch the king of pacers went against Star Pointers time of 159J without a wind shield at Lexington Sat urday In view of the stiff breeze which the pacer had to face throug- the third quarter the popular belief was that he could not beat 1591 an that he equaled it was regarded as great performanceDont Upon Foley f Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat anti lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity ot Foley itIIoney and Tar many Imitations are offered for the gqnulne These worthless Imitations have similar sounding names Beware of them Tho germ ine Foleys Honey and Tnr Is In a yol low paekago Ask for it and refuse any sulistlttito It is tho best remedy for coughs and colds Pennys Drug Store Clarence II Mackay head of the pos tal telegraph system in this country of cable lines to Europe and the Groat Eastern cable system from San Francisco to Japan China and the Philip pines and one of the richost men in America has decided to join the ranks of millionaire breeders of thoroughbreds In Kentucky and will locate his at Kingston Stock Farm owned by Baker i Gentry near Lexington Mystery Doepens Mystery deepens as to why no many nllllon poiHlRt in muttering from such earful inlllctlon as dyspepsia constipation ito when they could HO easily get rld of every ono of their troubles by a fun doses of Dr Cald welts laxltive Syrup Pepsin Have you tried It If not do so today Sold by G L Penny Stanford arid C W Adams Hiistonville utCOe and ilOii Money back If fulls iA milliondollar national bank for Lexington is tho object of a deal which is under way of which there is little doubt of its reaching a successful issue The plan which has C J Bronston as its mainspring is the consolidation of Third National First National and tho new Union Bank under tho name of the First Na tional Bank with a capital stock of 250000 A Card This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If Foloys Honey nnd Tur falls to curt your cough or cold It stops the cough heals tho lungs and prevents serious results from u cold Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia Bnd consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug- Store 1 Doctors said He would not Live Peter Fry Woodruff Pa writes After doctoring for two years with tho best physicians in Wnynesburg and still getting worse the doctors advised mo if I had any business to attend to I had better attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for mo Foley a Kidney Guru was recommended to mo by a friend and I Immediately sent my son to tho store for It and after taking three bottles I begun to get better nnil continued to improvo until I was entirely well Pennys Drug Store Frank Okcr of Cincinnati andvJ W Lockridge of London lumber ex ports and W K Shackclford of this city who were appointed appraisers of the Hume Cooperage Company property and who have been at work for the last wee1 finished their work und place all the holdings of the wrecked concern at 70000 says a Richmond dispatch To offset this amotlnt tho company is said to owe over 100000 Made a Hit When DiVW IJ CaUhvoll the sage jot Monticollo first prescribed his great remedy for Indigestion consti pation and biliousness now known as Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pop win its success was so groat that It made an Instant dt Slnco then it has beon usod nil over the world and has never tailed to duplicate Its first sue ceases Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford und C W Adams hasten villo at SOc and 8100 Money back if It rails Tommy aged sevenSay pop greate TO THE LADIES 14 liuv jut relunuil rum tilt Iltlos with Illrr Iliii of Knit nnd Wliitur bola Will Iwijlnd to hunter the Iwdle will and i So lit our 11k Ml KINO Axe MlltM ern It IIlnnlSI MILLINERY 1iNow Frill and Winter Millinery hid re ivlv ilcon withleth Ilolherle Idla5mnkraundalyle Thtllio dlrWlhle54Mtlonnrreordlaliy InvllHt roll and wo them tot Mrs Kate Myers Hustonvlllc For Sale Privately I shirr fur Iwlr prlvutvly my mull homo coimlitlnx of six nat of land nrur Onili UrrlmnlKy on the Full Lick raid of u mile from town Thom la lull It n smut oroh not old fruit of nil kind My hooae cull alas six rooms nut nloo n teimnl hout e u 1111IIrnb iirchnnl Ky Rich Hanging Fork Farm For Rent fonsUts of 2H iicrvt known tin the Ormiiir pliiw near the old mill with aj or riinrrvnoC Knxt h lunil and ueoa of thehg alas hlllruOIloIlOOOIIIIIII pluoe woll yeardPUBLIC SALE I Iliivlnu until my fans IIlIdwhhllll to letive the roomy nt once I will sell two idles Oorth of Prllh brrllunl plkwnn1VtdIIeNhlIy1011ltnenNing rllllllll lit lie lowing deaert proKirtyi One gratis butt ST mare kUltiible for luily phiietonoiip net IIUKKV queatirilloUI luinvU corn III tin IlildW lalts of liny M ehlrkeiiH lot of Irish jioUitocii lot of onion lot of lunilier one iiitoilnti wnlntit IllriHim snll coil ll pill CIs glut curly tire wl1guuu41urouuoldltingllahw fad 7x trllilon tHlile vUuniit ulllf iHMinl to Illltill our ItiRle rHrUrolM one lexiilit large wronlrotapa ilruaaea edrta ts Ore Inlnlill eiirint rigs llmtrlHM oak rfriKrrntor MltiliUt rtIl1IIJOUno ntovettilliilnit room Ilbriirytourlull other nil oluir flrntrln oil Imiter lot of 0IshnIslupelInnhall Inmp iloek luce viirtnliu liulun shed old Kligllftl obuoI tnblv mill manv other thIn a IOn t i illinu to iiintloii Thlilti one of the lees enuntyTernlenpeclallv InvltMl M RH H JOSH oI1 IrimiHllir Aucl CrHlOrolmnl A stilt lor tho young nlRnhounll to suit the joung tuna Coliitnbia Gxidclothes are not sized like mens stilts but cut over wcial patterns They are chocka block with style The coatH have exaggerated shonl tiersland worked lapels and fronts and all the littler loads that give big style Mado with a shape already in tin W Ea PERKINSCrab s QualityA ILatest POPULAR STOREis known by four important characteristics goodsn 1 JJ Always the lowest price 4 Perfect service to its patrons Tliis is the foundation of my IIUAUICA and I have Itrlcth11I1t1 to the above principles That is the reason whlIIr store has grown to bo known ns the heat store in town for VALUES that you receive hero for your 4 money having just received the line t stock of Fall mid Viuter Goods in town This includes a selection of now lull stylish Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc Of course cvoryltody knows that this is headquarters tor Shoes ns I have the exclusive sale of tho All America SU60 nod S Shoos tlio best for the money in tho U S Como and try tt pair Vo invite everybody within a days ride to conio and Inspect our stock of good rind see the JtAItOAINS 11 we have fur you Lowest PricesC PerfectI SAM ROBINSONNe- xt Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank t STANFORD KY PAINT THIS FALLTheres no better painting time than the fall Weather conditions are usually very favorable to good results No heavy rains to soak into the lumber as in the spring paintItswinter weather Youll get a good job if you paint now witn THE SliERWIN WI LLIAMS PAINTc e 7e IUOa Mtaet MOa1110rrea Cone to u tot color card Bws SOLD BY WILL NCRAIG 1 Druggist and Optician Diamond Edge Tools I The Standard of Perfection Sold tinder strict uanintie Saws axes liatolioU liainiuorc ohitcls hat ww hitl1 nutoiaatio Imring tools that ovcry good workman could desire Iho quality is rainoinlHircd long Inter price is forgotten Oil are cordially invited wino tendsee tho line whether you buyer not fa o GEORGE 11 FARRiS Stanford Kentucky q n George D Hopperh successor to J K VanArudalo v Jcalcr in Hardware Groceries Queensware Tihwaref Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds i p I ask n portion of tho pitrouago of tho people of Stanford and Lincoln county promising the best goods lit the most reasonable prices George D Hopper Stanford KYIel W B McRobertsf DRUGGIST STANFORD Sells Kurfeos Koiuly Mixed Points Every v gallon Guaranteed There is none letter New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Load and IniKeed Oil Also A Tested and SureRed Bug Destroyer 1 r