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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i tr yx an rye S i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL rVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 1905 NO 66 1 Revelations of an Old DayBook There are few people If any who nro not deeply interested In uvcrythini pertaining In any way to the dea long ago and wo find a growing hobby among the Indies of Uio present is to collect old China and pewter dish es thut did service to the grandmother of tho past Old furniture trough and after raving tho mold and cobwebs of tho old garret which has been IlB resting puce for a century removed Is given the best plnco in the grand reception rooms of tho present Care Is token not to disguise ono feature Ilnl1 the rougher and moro unshapely form and style tho moro valuable it becomes Ilclng n lover of tho old myself has led mo to give a few articles of tho ttntClwfllnm Jays and tho price paid for same to tho public thinking It may Interest merchants and others of today to see what changes article still sold have undergonorI have ir my possession an old daybook of 1841 and tho owner Matthow Huchannn was n merchant of tho ancient city or Crab Orchard Ky Tlioru was no roll road running through tho place at that dato and nil goods wore hauled in wag ons from Louisville In looking ovor its musty pages I find flour was 1at 52CO per 100 pounds lord at 4c poi pound sugar at ISle n Pound coffee was only 12lc a pound bacon 3ic per pound meal 2Gc bushel salt ic pound pcp cr black 25c pound chickens 76c dozen eggs 4c to Gc dozen soda 25c pound Indigo 17c an ounce anti us c1as ink tobacco Site twist needles 12Jc pet dozen tucks 12Jc per box paper 25c per quire pins 25e jwjwr and the dame who went to tho country church paid 25c yard for tho calico or gingham dress she wore white tho man just across tho way enjoying his morning dram on ly paid for his best whisky the low sum or SOc per gallon when his wife made her cotTeo she paid Sic for tho pot to tall it in anti the thimble used to darn his trousers coat her 12c and each spool of thread cost tho sane sum nails brought 12c pound and a wash pan cost 88e No vegetables of any kind arc on these pages as everyone had their own gardens and raised their meat Tho people whoso accounts I am looking over with much interest nro nil beyond tho dark river and are not at nil interested in the sales made on this old would of ours while tho ink has not faded that told how much they were like tho present class of jwoplo living hero who grumble at paying Gc for cat ico or 5e for needles and who are quite willing to givei to S for a gallon of whisky that makes them see sights beheld by tho tOlcoe 1841 BKTTIE A HUCIUNAN Court day gatherings nro of Virginia origin says the Richmond Climax and date back to the good old colony times when we were under a king and our Virginia ancestors were wont to consul or attendance upon the monthly meet ings of the county court as n bounden duty which no citizen would be justi fled in neglecting no matter whether he had any business there or not In Kentucky from Immemorial times nearly everybody of tho male jxiraua slot has been in the habit of going to town on county court day They go because they have always from boy hood attended court and because their fathers and grandfathers and great grandfathers and great great grandfathers always did boforo them It Is a custom which nobody in lar originated but which always existed among our Virginia ancestors for more than 150 years the begin ning of the Revolutionary war Could Not bo Better The uniform sum ss of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea namely hut won for it a Wide reputa plion and many people throughout the country will agree with Mr Chas W Mattison of Mllford Va who says It works like tangle curd U tho host preparation 1 know of It couldnt lilt any better It Ho had a serious attack of dysentery and was advised to try a bottle of this remedy which ho till with the result that immediate relief was obtained For sale by all druggists t To The Voters Of Lincoln I have been selected by the republi can executive committee as the repub lican candidate for sheriff I accept the nomination and respectfully ask the sup r port of the voters of Lincoln county A As to my qualifications to conduct the business of this important omco I refer to my former record as sheriff Kespct Jolla N MENEKKB Plans To Get Rich are often frustrated by sudden break down duo to dyspepsia or o onstlpa tlon Brace up nail tako Dr Kings Now Life PlllH They take out the materials which are clogging your un t orgies and give you a now start Cure hoadacho and dizziness too At G L Pennys Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 25c guaranteed f Bobbitt On The Long Ago Looking at the calendar there blaze out to view the 19th of October tho an nlversary of the surrender of Ionl Cornwallis to Gen Washington and tho French Memorable immortal day Declaration of independence had been proclaimed and made good Tho bnttl of Lexington had been fought on April 12 1775 Six long years of revolutio had rolled their bloody wheels ncroa tho track of time Uoston had been taken and evacuated Warren had died for freedom at hunker Hill Sarntog had been fought LuPaycttc und Bcnc diet Arnold had been wounded Bur goyne had surrendered Doknlb had fnl len on Camdens bloody field Count Pu laskl had died at Savannah Shelby hnd won immortal renown at Kings Moun Lain Washington had crowed tho Cro Zen Delaware taken lOOQ prisoners nt Trenton heat tho British at Princeton Arnold had exchanged his ragged Con tinentnls for tho golden tinsel of the British uniform The soldiers of the patriotic army had starved and frozen nt Vnlley Forge and Morrtstown What suffering what privation what co pious streams of patriotic blood hat stained the gory Holds of tho Revolu tion I What a change has been born on the wings of 124 years What n great country What a jwworful na Lion What a present and a future What a great Potato crop this year May wo be wise and watchful of out liberties and prove ourselves worthy to receive and enjoy and transmit to our posterity this glorious inheritance be queathed from our illustrious forefath era and sealed with their blood May the sun of liberty never sink behind the gloomy cloud of despotism FONTAINK FOX BOIIIIJTT ORCHARD Revs Omer and Livingston aro hold- Ing n protracted meeting at tIle court hoarse Two additions to date Judge Ramsey who lives near thede rat has a new well on his Iliad and the water is fine sulphur minus the snit Mrs J II Jones will have a sale her household effects the 25th A A McKinney has sold his property hereto J F Holdam and Sam Tatem now occupied by George It Harris Miss Hettic Harris will be pleased to send in subscriptions for all the lending periodicals either new or renewals Call or send them to her at her homo 01 Postoflice Box 33 Crab Orchard Mrs Eliza Sinclair is visiting Mrs Jack Kempcr in Danville Mrs L G Mauldin and children of Selma Ala arc guests of Mrs Curti Cover Mrs Allen II llicey of Kansas City who has been the guest of her grand moth er for the past two weeks is now in Louisville with friends Mesdames M Stapp S Higgins and S Scott of Som erset are visiting relatives here Dr W J Edmiston Is attending the Mason ic Grand Lodge in Louisville and solic iting funds to rebuild the Masonic lint here which was burned last February Will Guest of Louisville anti M T Donahue of New York were guests of Co Guest Sunday IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES C W Jones is deed nt Corbin aged 55 George was acquitted at London of the charge of conspiring to kill Bill Miller Mrs Cloe West formerly of Gar rard county died nt the home of her ton S It Burnside at Danville James Garnctt Jr of Columbia was chosen Grand Master of the Ma sonic Grand Lodge at the meeting in LouisvilleThe of laborers at work on the- J N 0 ST P railroad shops ntSorr uraet has increased to i00 Tho shops when completed will have cost over half a million dollars At largely attended meeting of cit izcns nt London tho hanging of tho Negro Virgil Bowers by u mob was Jcnounced as nn infamous outrage and the grand jury was called upon to make B rigid investigation Adjt Gen Percy Italy acting under rdcru from Gov Bockham has ordered 3ol Roger Williams to proceed to Mid llcsboro and there organize a company of troops The object is to arrest Frank Ball indicted on the charge or murdering Jack Bolen Full Of Traglo Meaning ire those lines from J II Simmons of Casey In Think what might have cBiiltod from hits terrible cough If ho md not taken the modlelno about which bo writes I had n fearful ough that disturbed my nights rest I tried everything but nothing would cllevo It until 1 took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs ind Colds which completely cured no Instantly relieves and perma nently cures all throat and lung ill teases prevents grip and pneumonia M G L Pennys Stanford Lyno Ices Crab Orchard SOo and tl Trial bottle free g INEWS NOTES said to have been 110 years old died in Clark coun tyThree thousand miners arc on n strike at the Jeddo collieries at Hazelton Pcnn William T Hevlns at Trenton N J in defense of his mother shot and kilt cd his father J Andrew Carnegie was installed as lord rector of the University of St An drews Scotland y Work has begun on Lexingtons net sower system for which tho city voj n bond issue of 100000 The Commercial Trust Company with n capital stock of 500000 vas incorporated in Louisville Tho Nicholasvillo football team de feated the Lancaster team by n scot of 10 to 0 at Nicholasvllle Howard C Irwin was convicted inthe Federal court on six counts charging him with pawing raised bills Ten men have been indicted on the charge of conspiring to stool 1712587 from the Denver Savings Bank A new Wave of strike disorders is sweeping over Russia anti outbreaks are reported In a number of cities Mose Fcltner was arrested in Winchester on a Hrcatliitt cotinty warrant requiring his presence before n grand Jury J T S Brown Sr one of the most widely known whisky dealers in life country is dead at his home in Louis- Ville i Miss Alice Roosevelt will have to pay the duty on all presents she brings home from abroad It will amount to oo Tho first car on the Interurban line i from Lexington to Versailles was oper ated Tuesday being drawn two miles mulesContracts have been closed In Chica go for the building of 1300 miles of electric and steam railway lines In TennesseeRival of the Southern and the L N railroads are having a lively race for right of way on Greasy creek in Bell county France has reached a complete un derstanding with the United States and VenCzuelanAs the result of a scandal in the quar termasters department nt Governors Island Post Quartermaster Sergeant Arthur R Alexander is under arrest John Gund of Lexington was elect ee president of the Kentucky Brewers Association at the sixth annual conven lion which is being held in Covington James A Simmons promoter and contractor of New York has mad a petition in bankruptcy with liabilities placed at 495474 and nominal assets of 4000 T Lee Clark cashier of the Enter prise National Bank of Allegheny Ia committed suicide after nn investiga tion had developed that the bank was insolventTho of Buffalo have discovered a mammotli bunco game which they say has been worked extensively on the Niagara frontier by an organized gang of swindlers Howard C Irwin on trial in the Unit chargeIthe fact that he wore n mustache last spring and alleges mistaken identity Andrew Carnegie in his address at St Andrews University discussed hopefully the outlook for universal pence and declared that five nations or even three banded together in n league of peace could banish all war The announcement that no more patients will be received for treatment uceepteelIns Hospital authorities believe the extinc tion of yellow fever in New Orleans is near at hnm- llresldentllng of Oberlin College has made a statement concerning graft that is attracting much attention In the course of his remarks he says that graft has reached the colleges ns it reached municipalities and States and villages He regrets to see graft taint ing administration of American uni varsities Insomnia and Indigestion Cured Last year had n very severe at tack of indigestion I could nut sleep at night and Hutferedmostoxcruclatlng pains for three hours after each meal I was troubled this way for aboutthree mouths when I used Chamb6rlains Stomach and Liver Tablets und ra qeived Immediate relief says John Dixon Tullamoro Ontario Canada For sale by all druggists Creditor For the last time I tell you rou must me that bil- lDebtorIs that sot Well Im glad its the last time Familie Journal i Sick headache Is caused by a disor dered condition of tho stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stomp ach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists n r Qw3 b jf PJrAr DANVILLE KY 1 J Whether It Be Suit Coat Fur Waist Or SKirt y We Can Please You Tii rsi We have now on sale the most complete line of Ladies and Children readyto wear goods ever shown in ouo store in Central Kentucky Our bny or has just returned from a second trip to New York made especially torc plenish our stock of Suits Coats etc and to look out for anything now hi the ladies wear limiep He placed orders for a great many entirely tow styles in Suits Coats F etc and secured somo very special bargain in sample Suits Coats etc We now have in stock over JJOO Suits to select from and styles to suit every figure and prices for every purse Very elaborate and dressy suits severely plain tailored suits Chic Mannish Walking Suits Suits for older ladies suits for school girls and children any price from 87 to 00 Misses and Childrens Suits We have a most complete lino of Suits for girls from r years to 10 in ail the best colors such ns Wine Navy Greens mid all the stylish Grays mid Mixtures Prices nro very reasonable and a grout saving of time andtrio hie to busy mothers The ManofWnr Suite are 85 to 812 and Coat Suits from 87 to 825 New Wraps Wo will call special attention to our tine Silk loots und Broadcloth Coal from 812 to 841 These are copies from time latest Parisian models while the prices are about onefourth tho imported garment Fancy colored cloth Wraps in white green reds Alice blue etc Tourist coats amid many other now shapes in every day wear wraps lit modest prices Raincoats T We have always made specialty of Ilaincoats and this year we arc doing Letter than ever before We oficr at 8UJ50 two exceptionally good styles made of fine Cravannetted Paiinnm cloth in grey black rind tans Several very new and attractive styles in finer Raincoats nt SW to 82250 in allj tho cnivcnelto shades Shirt Waists Wo ore showing n great line of now Waists in Lace Silk arid Wash ma tennis ill exclusive styles and very reasonable prices Allover Lace WRists silk lined nt S5 SlIlIlIcl 8750 Allover Itaby Irish Lace Waists lit 812 hml 815 Plaid and Solid Color Silk Waists at 84 5 SO and up Great variety JJluck Silk Waists from 84 to 810 y Embroidered Mercerized and Linen Waists nt 8150 82 8250 Hand Embroidered Waist Patterns from 4 to 7 Fancy Waist Silks Wo have just receivedan entirely now line of handsome Plaul Silks in nil the new combinations of Grey trod Black Itcds Greens lams etc at G5c 75c 81 anti 125 New line Gun Metal Greys with Pompadour ami Dres den flowers in colors at 51 and 1J5 Fine Furs Our line of Furs is now complete and now is tho best time of the year to select yours while Lou can take pick Prices are nt the lowest und wo have n full assortment of all tho new chapes ranging in size from tho cravat size to largest pelerines All the best Furs such us Minks Foxes Squirrels Er l mutes lytixtVulf Marten etc and at any price to suit your ideas from 7Coto857 Dress Goods While we have a great stock of black and colored dress goods army ono of which is worthy of special mention we cull your attention to only four lines that are very scarce in the market and which you should buy early trt eeciire Five styles rich woolen plaids at 50c Four styles of imported Silk und Wool Plaids at The New Gray Worsteds nt 81 8125 5150 and 2 Fun Broadcloths all colors at 81 8170 told 250 Outing Cloth Night Gowns This is our first season for this line and to givo it a good pushing start wo r are making the lowest prices ever named any where Each garment is ex ceptionally good value and are mils in full size and in the very bust man nor while prices are very reasonable being front 50c to 8150 Misses sizes in a number of styles Please examine there and we think you will decide to buy them readymade anti save all tho bother of making Jl f f eierda The Interior Journal E C WALT- ONDEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For Representative g J M ALVERSON For County Judge R C WARREN For CountyAtVorney W S BURCHi For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For County Clerk r GEORGE B COOPER For Assessor W A CARSON For Superintendent of School GARLAND SINGLETON- For Jailer W HERRIN NOT very many men give up as for love as Grand Duke Cyril muchI Russia Because of his the divorced wife of the Grand Duke of Hesse ho has been dismissed the service and deprived of fromI and decorations He is also of the right to bear the title of Imperial Highness and his entire Russian income which is derived from tho 52500000 set aside for each Grand Duke at his birth and which has since been augmented in various ways The principals are cousins and their unison was prohibited by the tenent of the Russian orthodox church TUB friends of Mr Ed 0 Leigh private secretary to Gov Beckham amI they are legion sympathize with him in the loss of the truest of all earthly friendsa mother Mrs Mary Leig died at her home at Paducah of pneumonia after a brief illness aged T She was the widow of Rev William Leigh a prominent Methodist divine A MINER returning from Panam says that the gold in that country will prove to be richer than the deposit thus far found in California He predicts a great rush to that feverridde land as soon as the fact is general known that gold exists there s PRESIDENT MCCURDY of the Mutual Life sets in a 2000 chair at a 60 desk on a 12000 rug while the dupe r who hold policies in his company stint and deny themselves to pay their r premiums THE young fellows who went to the Spanish war are somewhat of pension fiends themselves They have alread drawn over thirteen millions of dollars LOYALTY commands every democra to vote for the nominees he has helped to make Prove yourself loyal POLITICAL The Chicago city council defeated a municipal ownership proposition 37 to 27Gov Folk of Missouri spoke in Phil adelphia in favor of the reform munici ticketWm Bryan delivered an address in Tokio and was Count Okumas guest at luncheon Boyle county republicans nominated Prof T C Poynter of Perryville for RepresentativeRhode republicans nominated a State ticket headed by George H Ut ter for governor Assistant Postmaster General Robb of Washington is making a personal examination of the charges against Federal Judge Baker of Indiana President and Mrs Roosevelt were extended an enthusiastic greeting in Virginia and especially at the StateI capital The President was everywhere cheered to the echo William R Hearst the Municipal Ownership League candidate for mayor of New York has declined to accept aI challenge of William M Ivins republi can nominee to appear in a joint debate on campaign issues Gov Joseph W Folk of Missouri isI not going to speak in Louisville HeI f draws a wide distinction between the socalled fusionists of Louisville and the real article as represented by the fusionists of Philadelphia The republicans in the 11th District are so anxious to be rid at the Negro that they lynch them even after a life sentence has been passed on them Ev idently they think that the only good Nero is a dead NegroFrankrort o Judge A M J Cochran in the Uni ted States District Court at Covington continued the contempt cases against Mayor Helmbold and Patrolmen Flynn and Batican for alleged interference with the disposition Caleb Powers until the should pass on the question of jurisdiction President Roosevelt has amended the civil service rules a sweeping order to the effect that hereafter a officer will have the power to remove summarily and without hearing any civil service in his department who to the personal knowledge of head of the department has been guilty t of misconduct or is inefficient in the performance of his duties MATRIMONIAL Alexander Ross of Lincoln county and Miss Allie Harlan of Boyle were married this week Eugene Leach aged 21 and Miss Myrtle Privitt 17 were married at the courthouse yesterday by Judge James P Bailey James Ramsey aged 5C and twice a widower was married to Miss Dessle Singleton sweet IG at the home of Thomas Singleton in the East End last SundayThe wust thing about this marry infer money remarked the Pohlck philosopher is this The old codger the gal marries most nearly alwt s plumb refuses to deliver the goods 0BANNONWAnNERDr W B 0 Bannon and Miss Lillian Warner were marriedat the brides home on Logan Avenue at 1 oclock Tuesday Cternoon Rev R B Mahony performing the ceremony Only a few close relatives wit nessed the marriage which was a ver quiet affair An hour later Dr and Mrs 0 Bannon took the train for Louisville to spend a tew days On their r turn they will be at home to theirmnny friends at his pretty residence on LUn caster street The bride is the charm ling daughter of Mr and Mrs P G who recently removed hero from Garrard county She is both pret beautllulIleading physicians and very best almost substantial men No man in the community stands higher and his legion of friends are glad for Kim that ho has captured such a jewel for a helpmeet May their union be one of supreme happiness is the sincere wish of the writer whose admiration for the groom who has proven his frieridshl for him is great A number of friends gathered at the depot and showered rice on the happy couple as their train pulled out- DLACJERBYlIYERSA pretty home wedding indeed was that Wednesday at high noon of Mr Robert McDonal Qlackerby of Louisville and Miss Florence Myers of this place The handsome home of Mr W M Bright on Danville Avenue was the scene Rev L M Omer performed the ceremony which was brief but beautiful the ring being used The bride who is as lovely of character as she is pretty of face wore a plum colored cloth suit with hat to match and carried a huge bunch of brides roses She was indeed a harming bride and he who had won her heart and hand must have felt proud when the right was given him to call her his own The groom who is a prominent Louisville banker made a splendid impression here by his gentlemanly and courteous mien He is a Inc young man and our people are de iirousof seeing more of him and know- Ing him better Before the ceremony Mrs N H McKinney of Carlisle sang in sweetest cadence 0 Promise Me1 and later exquisitely rendered Lohen grins wedding march on the organ On entering the parlor which was profusely decorated with potted plants mistletoe and cosmosgreen and white pre vailingthe bridal party was precede by two sweet little flower girls Misse Virginia Sue Omer and Janic McCon locker The man of God was alread in position and in a few short minutes the two were happily united After a short while spent in congratulations Mr anc Mrs Blackerby were shown the way tt the dining room where the brides table was literally covered with good things Seated at this table with the bride and groom were Mr James Bush and Miss Mabel Blackerby Dr A S Price and Miss Nancy B Gallo way Mr J H McAlister and Miss Fannie Bright The brides cake was Dutifully decorated and in the cutting of it Miss Nellie Murphy got the ring and Miss Galloway the darning needle The guests numbering about 75 were served with a most toothsome lunch prepared by Klein of Louisville in the several rooms which by the way were- all thrown into one large one After lunch and a brief period spent in conversation Mr and Mrs Blackerby drove to Danville and took the Northbound train for a bridal tour which will consume several weeks During their absence they will visit Mr Blackerbya parents at Joplin Mo and be at home 1710 Edward Street Louisville after Dec 1 The guests were Mr J P lackerby Bowling Green brother of- tl1e groom Miss Mabel Blackerby Fal mouth sister and Miss Nancy B Gal Ioway Falmouth cousin of groom Mrs James W Caperton Miss Mary James Caperton Mrs John Hooe Rus sel of Richmond cousins of bride Mrs Wm J Yager and Miss Vassie Shouse of Louisville Dr and Mrs N U McKinney of Carlisle The bridal presents received by Mr- and Mrs Blackerby were both numerous and costly- Abboth Woods and his wife Mary E Woods who arc alleged to have defrauded street railway companies roughout the country by pretended cidents were sentenced to three and- two years imprisonment respectively at New York- Policemen Herron and Britton are on- trial at Harrodsburg for killing Sam Dlack and Walter Stotts Paducahs first horse show was n cd under the most auspicious circumstances PREACHERSVILLE Wheat sowing is nearly finished and corn husking has begun Revs Tighe of Villiamsburg and Baird have just closed a successful meeting at Harmony which resultlln 18 additions 17 converts being baptized in Harmons Lick creek Sunday Miss Annie Dishon gave a most de lightful dining in honor of Misses Hattie Anderson Lou Cox Conn und Messrs James Jones Joseph Prather and Cleveland Bowen The guests speak in highest praise of the harm- Ing hostess and the pleasant occasion Misses Carrie and Mary Thompson and Ida Cummins ahd Hoyden Leave Cephas Morgan and Phil Thompson vis- Ited Miss Miranda McKenzio at May wood Carl n King left Monday for Norman Okla Miss iCato Payne Is with relatives here Mist Annie Dish on will visit relatives at Lebanon June tion Miss Maggie Hester of Manse is visiting Mrs Joe Lunsford U RfRobert C Bottom and Miss Nellie Hobbs accompanied by friends drove to Stanford Wednesday and wero tinted in wedlocks holy bonds by Rev 1 J Ross The bridesmaids were Miss Ohio Hatcher and Cornelia Hobbs who is a sister of the bride The groom attendants were Carl B King and Joe Thompson of Mackville The groom is a prosperous young merchant oC Mackville and one of Washington coui tys best citizens The bride is a daugl ter of Rev Hobbs who was pastor here a few years ago and Is as pretty as she is popular We wish them along and happy life together New Cure For Cancer All surface cancers are now know to bo curable by Hueklens Arnica salvo Jas Walters of DutUeld Va writes I had a cancer on my lip fOl rears that seemed Incurable till Duck ens Arnica Salvo healed it and not Is perfectly well Guaranteed cur for cuts and burps 25c at G L Per tys Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard At the second annual convention of the National Tobacco Growers Association now in session at Owcnsbora President Davenport urged the members to hold their 1905 crop for the prices to be fixed by the convention The Iowa Catholic Congress adopted a resolution demanding the recall of James T Smith a member of the Philippine Commission- A tornado swept through the village of Sorento killing four and Injuring 35 people Forty houses were de trpyed A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Oweley Buildi- ngPUBLIC SALE Wti will sell at public auction on the old awktns farm one Kasl of Moreland Ky onTIlUnHIIAYIXrroUKIlSdTII Tht following property 7 good grade Milk owxt graded yearling halters J ycarllnii uers good ones l flit nicer weight m live l sow and pigs i good brood M WI arlngtIIIlck hinder mowing inn Illviitor tOliver plows hnlnlkt cor I- I1llIlItlr two horse Wagons buck phaeton it sets buggy hnrllllIllIetaW- IIIOIi hariiea t spring WHKOII wagon Ixd t foal anvr Inline liny frame s0 shuck or corn anil folder SM title ot straw In irnit huthel wheat Iniacks Ifn bushels or rYtt straw rick TJult4AII sumsofllti cud undue CIIKI er that mount a credit of nix months on fer- ClIt Commissioners Sale I Clark Circuit Court nilC Rent tllb v Caroline Ix KitnVc IItIfnlllnh llv virtue of n Judgment and order of sale or tin Clark Circuit Court rendered at the ptemher Term thereof lt In the aliove for the mini ot Ucvtjni with interest frolll June hug lrin with Intvrvkt Iroin uuZIiuundhlu614with Interest frolll- Ullut 17IIIIIIIIIIco t herein I shall Ilrod to outer for mile on the preniUen In 1llIcolli county Ky to the lilKlicat lildiler lit jiulillo auction on HATITUUAY UCTOUKIl 8STJI two oclock v or thercnhouti UIMIII cnlIh or sex ISiiud IS inontliH till follow descrllMil rent citato towttlA certain tract or parcel of lund situated InlllIcolli county In tluHtntiuf Kentucky the road IcadlUK Htunford Turnpike to the Danville and Htonvlllf Turnpike and on the Htiuth IIld t of mild cross turnpike and dencrllicil an folloW81 liegltuthtg lit u jMiliit In thu iiiMdlu of snld cross jurnplko nt tliocoutliwistcom lr of u tract of In nil In Mncoln county con yetl to Ann 0 Logan etc liy HI 101111- 11atcllncl rnnnlniitlinncu with Mild tract H iiuiuitherconctrtoeihltriptlcou cytd aforeiuild hY U II IAlun utc thence with Adams Ilse tl j11I1 chiilm edam corner thunco H W chulnM with Adam to McAfoon corner theIHl with McAfee N3I W I 5I chains to ciiriKrtomune thince with maw H W 21V1UI chnlru corner to mint thcnu with mine N ii WSBtHUlclialiiHtocorner Miniii thence with wine N 71111 StlOU chilI to a walnut tree corner to ante thlllIU with name M CTi W chaliiH to Atits corner an oak tree In u lice of Kd Hhlvel thence with her line N JIH K luucliKIng to her corner thence with thu- lmuNltI WiitJ china to the mid dlo of add cross turnldku thence with the Iddluof llllle U iciIiu chains thlIICU with the middle or winui N llii K Chlll1l8 to the Klnnliiiind ifil 1 Hi acres and luliiK the menu trnctof hind which wan conveyed to Ij Logan Ivy n I IxiKiin Huld tract of land will lent end In two tracts and will then hc olTureil as a whole Ono of mid separatM trnct will coniUt of about lot acre of mill honndllry cud thu other tract hull hu the rllIldul of lillhllllllcrClljwhlcb dlvUlon will lit mete nod houllds on day of sale 10r tin purchase price thu purchaser or purchillpr iiuut execute laud or bonds wtth upproved security or nccurltlcs lust legal Interest from tho day of sale until Id and having thu force and effect of a Judglllont and with u llenretulneduponsald petty to secure tho p UltlIt thereof LKKLANI HATHAWAY faster Oornmlulonlr Clark Circuit Court I I IOVERCOPTSTJ 1 andIj This first cold spell reminds us we must have an overcoat we are especially prepared in this line They are made broad shoulders long full back with or without belts perfect inrstyle Little fellows 250 to 5 boys sizes 15 to 19 years 5 to 10 Mens sizes 750 to 1750 Our stock of Cravinet Coats is good Beautiful styles and wearings and a Raintprices 10 1250 15 and 1750 We feel that these will suit you Look at them 1 H J MROBERTS STANFORD J THE VERDICT I Hcreen door window screens nnd term n lug ethic Klumu 1VIekles Curtain Hhades roles UtlulonflrCk Mattings Pottlrrr- CurtelnNtretchrrCarywtMtretcber IIrUlhel to rtUlO1IlItr etc floor h Mctlon CnriHtaml llulldlng 1nperluo WIndow Wall IajKr Iulnt Htnln and Enamels Ilcture Kraiiu IOnIlUllltillnhUI s 1luggler New n see you cnn name we do not keep Good 11 try of bores and buggies mid ftttt Excellent undertaking equipment Plenty of horses nnd feed TIrIng donePruitt BrothersMorelnnU Ky PUBLIC SALE BLUEGRASS FARM WKDNKHUAY OCTOIIKKSSTH 1W6 At Kioclock AM at my tuna three mil from Ihmvllle on Chia Kiinvllle and hla I sell thu followlllg Ihcrllld nrojiertyiiSlUuiicreiof loud lllu Ira Land u Iiorseentllu hoc lour Iteglttvred Hhort Horn lot of IIIlIk cows calves This land will ralsehen- ttobnccocontwhent Ac Is well wnteni fulling wells cliteri n numlMT of purer falling spring tocreeks that afford water the year aroum dwelling with tt rooms 1 rche kltche nnd cellar meat houw hen houre n room houwj cllhlnI room stock burl SSztn12stalls and Imxnient for cattle to Imcco bunt llxfcf fet built lull of tolmcci farm mew Inst lcprlnI tenement houses oh I will also i nmltwohuorsewagona I menu such liS binders mowers c brakes sorghum mill 1I01IIt household furniture Halw to Itegln promptly at oclock x WnedllOc A W HMITII T II KliKlltli Allot Danvlile Ky PUBLIC SALE AH ndmlnlktmtor of tho estate of ctrl riuelx Jniiu Ttidor deed I will otter ror uilotothe hlllt it nil ls ht bidder the lol lowing dcfcrltMHi iiroperty on H1TUitDAYOCT aiTH certiiln tract of Itinil lnst known us thl McClary farm containing about lei iicni iltnatrd in Lincoln county a lilt Imrderlni rte lilx Itlver Haldfnrin cltuated alwu jincnster and Htunford toistlxluttiiullcfromor land It fertile in a nod excellent In every wuv for fur inlng purponcsiall hotlom Well wa crcd and house tutu until lecesMiry outlmlldlngs livl1Tudurwhu to see snld wirm can cull on the I will nlko otter ademttliesumluetlnsunull0nre the follow srty i IloUtelncov Ind cIIUIIWKI Jersey cow and calf t your lug lltou1I fat hogs full bred Itcrkshln and Ijiiiid will IM sold on the rol 1110111duI nontliH time Ilirchiikur tn execute note wllh approved security Harlng a legal Interest from IBM IIIn retained on land until nil of purvlniM noney U uild Term for std of tock lands- mown on day of sale W 11IAHIIIN Adinr A M llourne Auctioneer Do You Want a Home If ko we can furnish you one nay kind ou want W have for salt a great varlet or farms dwelling houses bustnes house Inislneiii proj osltlons If You Want a Farm write us wont kind of iijilacoymijiru look- Ing what BIzfor are willing to ttnfonuntlunnvestandanyother Ye have tautI rice nnd we lire certain to Interest you It you are on tho market A postal card will IJrlng you one of our printed list OENTItAL KY IlKAfc KHTATK 00 n K Yonj avrreihlpnt WH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The Ialest In Jewelry Mllnr Outih i1- Ynlchrsnndglocksnl Htock b- t 1 DRUGSTOREI THE OTHER DAY- I gut my feet wet The next morning hml n had cough I kept n bottle of Pennys White iPine and Tar On my desk and every time I felt like coughing 1 took a sip jiwt enough to wet my throat nnd by night my cough wns gone 25 Cents a Bottle iPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky TO THE LADIES We have fut returned from the Ollles with a nice line of lull and Winter huts Will glad to have tho ladles call und ox amino our stock Mica Kind ANn Miss Irmains Crab Orchard Ky u MILLINERYNew Kail rand Winter Millinery ro calved consisting of Cage lint witJust al other leading nukes and stylos The la dies of this section are Invited cull and tee lkeiuriMrs Kite Myers rlustoRville r J THE PRICE jrnrjciBOOMS No lady wants to pay Iaro than nn article in worth even if it is pretty Tho workmanship and stylo of our suits arc nil that u stylish dresser could desiro hut the prices arc rearonalJle tro have about 12 Fampla suits that we oiler at 810 and 812GO The long Coat Suits nt 31150 81C60 820 mid 125 Conic nod look whether you wish to buyor not STANIOIU Kv OCT 20 1005 Now Its White Pine at- Tar See our window Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Mu S H SHANKS is slowly improv ingDR C A Cox of Corbin was hero this week- J N PARSONS was down from Hal sey this week DR J F PEYTON was in Louisville this week on business MR JOHN L GIIUNDY of Lebanon is with Mr C E Tate MR W W WITHERS of Lexington is here with old friends MR E 11 BEAZLEX who has been ni is about convalescent MRS S GOLDSTEIN is back from a visit to Louisville friends Mns LIZZIE DILUON of Uncaster is with Mrs Mottle Ncvius MASTER WILLIAM WESTEHKIELD who has pneumonia is improving MR JOHN H WONER is clerking nt Mrs W S Jones restaurant Miss SARAH IKAL LEWIS of Coving ton is with the family of Dr Lewis Miss ANNIE HERNDON of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Clara Cooper MRS J IL WILLIAMS left Tuesday to join her husband at Jacksboro Tcnn REV GILBERT GLASS attended n meeting of tho Synod at Louisville this weekJUDGE WM MYERS of Hustonville took Wednesdays train here for the mountainsMRS J YAGER of Louisville attended tho BlackcrbyMyora wedding Wednesday Miss CLARA COOPER loft Wednesday to vUll relatives at Nashville She will be gone several months Miss SARA BAUGHMAN of Stanford is tho guest of Mrs Shelton M Saul Icy Frankfort Journal MR S W GIVENS returned to Middle boro Wednesday Ho left his moth er considerably improved Mn G A DENHAM and wife of Wil liamsburg spent several days with his brother Mr W R Denham Dna STEELE BAILEY and J G Car penter went to Louisville yesterday to nttend the State medical meeting Miss MATTIE HAYS OWSLEY who has spent the summer with Miss Pearl Burnsldc left Tuesday for her home at Columbus Ga- MESDAMFS J W ALCORN and J N Saunders and Misses Tattle and Sophia Saunders went to Alcorn and Sophia Louisville yesterday CAIT THOMAS RICHARDS and family have moved into tho house just vacates by Mrs Puttie Hays Their many Stanford friends welcome them back MESSRS WM L SOPEB of Paris II T Johnson Lexington and Mrs Ralph L Crutchfiold of WinstonSalcm North Carolina were guests of Miss Alice BenzleyME H COLLIER and Miss Clara Collier of Crab Orchard left yester day morning for Martlnsville IniL where Mr Collier hopes to get rid of rheumatism MRS W S BEAZLBY nnd handsome little son who have been with relatives Lancaster will leave top here and at morrow morning for their home at Los Angeles Cal MRS W bL DomE Mrs Will Her kelo and daughter Miss Alma of Mo bile Ala passed through Tuesday en route to attend the golden wedding of their parents Mr and Mrs W II Wherritt at Lancaster o MRS P M McRoiiEiiTS of Stan ford is spending n few days the guest Isaac Shelby at of her father Col Tanner reArcadia Miss Florence turned to her home at McKlnnoy after a visit to Miss Effio ThurmomlAdvo LOCALS rail to see old Rip L SEE our line theating stoves George II Farris e4 bulbs of- allkinds Green housesAT Stanford noW ready John Chrisman proprietor I coal while the weather is BUY your andIn price good WNorthcattu Duck Rowland quality Ky J sent us aZURBURGML ARNOLD twik from one of his apple trees with green apples on it He has several trees juafblooming J 1 SAUFLCY defeated Highland In agar of base Lan the other day by a score of 14 to NICr line ladles skirts jackets and childrens clonks W E Perkins Oral Orchard LOST pin L L W en graved on It Leave at this office IInd get reward AFTER days of rain n heavy wind blew all last night and it is chilly and damp this morning GET your seats for Hip Van Winkle tomorrow night They are on sale at McIlobcrU drug store LOST Pocket I between Stan fordand Take Kobinsons Return to this office and get reward YPiUN sewing dono and comforts made to order by Mrs T 0 Anderson of Turnersville Give her a trial I HAVK added a ce pressing and general repair business Suits made new Give me a trial Ed Wilkinson I LOST tan colored pocket book con taming 5 in paper and check signci by Charles Lutes Leave at this office and receive reward S STORE IIOOU the best In Stanton for rent Possession Jan 1900 Now occupied by J P Jones and splendidly located S H Shanks Stanford FOOT BALLTheoCentral University Prep foot ball team will play the Stanford High School eleven on the grounds hero this Friday afternoon at 330 oclock e TUB Kentucky State Journal Frank fort haa a sixcolumn quarto press in good condition for sale very cheap Write at once to W P Walton Lea ington or Frankfort Your attention is calledtho advert tiscmcnt of Gentry I Kenney tho Dan villa rough and dressed lumber dealers They make a specialty of doors windows sash blinds etc KKSKUVKD for Kip Van Winkl at Waltons Opera House tomorrow Saturday night are on sale at W U McltobcrU drug store Secure yours before they are all gone SrKAKlNO lion qWarren dent ocratic nominee for county judge will speak at Crab Orchard at 21 M tomorrow Saturday You arc most cor Bally invited to hear him Tilt L N will another 171 excursion to Louisville Oct 22nd Trai leaves Stanford depot at fi15 M and arrives in Louisville at 1025 A sL He turning it leaves Louisville at 615 r A GENUINE will asac riflco for his party The most accept able sacrifice is a vote cast that involves inconvenience loss of time etc How much sacrifice are YOU willing to make for democratic principles 7 Tilt engine of tho Cincinnati and Knoxvillo passenger jumped the track ono milo south of East Hernstadt early yesterday morning badly injuring En gineer William Manson nnd Fireman hake Nono of the passengers Were hurt It is not known what caused the engine to leave tho track 4 TiiEitE is no question but that the late Joseph Jefferson was the greatest Rip Van Winkle that ever played the part W A Eliot whose company will produce Rip Van Winkle at Walt tons Opera House Saturday Oct 21 plays the same version as Mr JotTer son did and in addition to that has an excellent military band nnd orchestra HELD William re Faulkner Ken nedy charged with inflicting wounds on James Shupea which caused his death had their examining trial before Judge Bailey Wednesday and were held over until circuit court in 1000 each which they readily gave Tho defense was represented by lion Fontnino Fox Bobbitt and Mr W S Burch County Attorney Harvey Helm represented tho Commonwealth HUNG nv A Mon Virgil Bowers tho Negro murderer of George Farris a merchant of Knox county was taken from tho jail at London nnd hanged to an apple tree Bowers shot Farris to death during tho last Laurel county fair because tho latter did not speak to him as he passed Ho had just been given a life sentence in the peniten tiary Bowers formerly lived in tho Halls Gap section of this county S TAILORMADE SUITS Wo now Mire on tulo M of tho very newest tylcs in long Coat Suits These goods are made hy artists in this line and in the most sanitary shapes in the country They ore not the over lone kind but lire the kind that you will not tire of Wo are careful to select such materials ns will give service yet their appearance when worn docs not ehow it RIP VAN WINKLE at Waltons Opera House tomorrow Saturday night Foil RENT Cottage I now occupy Possession Nov Mrs Pattio Hays SEE our turquoise granite ware the nicest nnd at the lowest prices ever shown George H Farris FliEE concert nt noon by Filers Mil itary Band with Rip Van Winkle at Waltons Opera House Saturday October CAL nnd see one of the greatest tunes of overcoats and suits ever on- lIalo in tho East End W E Perkins Crab Orchard I WILL pay the highest cash price for your eggs turkeys geese guineas and all fowls also beef hides and ginseng II B Northcott Stanford Ky I WILL onMondayNov count ty court day 20 shares of stock in the Hustonvillc National Bank A dividend of five per cent will be declared on this stock Jan 1900 George D Weath crford Hustonvillc Ky WITH election only 21 weeks ofT- It behooves every democrat who lovm good local government to get to doing something A day spent in helping elect the magnificent ticket that will appear under the rooster will be a day well spent IT is thatMMrJ Swopc now wants to be county judge and that ho may bo put on the republican ticket when tho rods get out their third in stallment of candidates We do not vouch for the truthfulness of this report and merely give it for what ft is worth ALL parties having valid claims against the estate of the late Geo W- Eans aro notified topresent them tome properly proven at Hcdgeville Boyle county Ky by November 16th 1905 James H Hutchlngs Executor of Geo W Evans e TilE nomination of Mr J N Mcne fee for sheriff has put the democrats to work in earnest Not that they rear that he and the rest of tho republicans will win but because they wantto bury the republican party deeper than ever now that some exdemocrata ere take ing such a hand against the party that made them WE open today our entire line of Holiday Goods in handpainted Japanese and China ware bricabrac novelties etc The immense saving that is otTer ed you now on theso goods should induce you to buy to say nothing of their beauty and excellence The line is undoubtedly superior to any you will sec in this section John P Jones BISHOP Mr Columbus Bishop one of Lincoln countys oldest und best cit- Izens died at his homo in tho Shelby City section Tuesday nnd tho remains wero taken to his old home in Pulaski for interment Mr Bishop never mar ried but lived with an aged sister to whom his devotion was beautiful Ho leaves a considerable estate Deceased was a straightforward honorable man and his many friends sorrow at his death I I WHEN you go to you will find under tho rooster on your ballot the names of the following good democrats R L Hubble J M Alverson R C Warren W S Burch JcfT Hill George B Cooper W A Carson Garland Singleton and W I Hcrrin A single tamp in the circle under the game chicken is all that is necessary to have your vote recorded for all of them Make only one stamp on your ballot and bo sure that is in the circle under the rooster CHURCH MATTERS It is Rev John Lovcll instead of Lowell who is holding n protracted meeting at Halls Gap Rev W M Wood closed a meeting nt Bethel There were 20 additions nnd 35 backsliders reclaimed 1700 was raised to help build a new church Harrodsburg Herald Rubusana a fullblooded Kaffir a saVaga until his 18th year is today a poet a pastor nnd a patriot a scholar who has mastered English Greek Lat in nnd Hebrew and is engaged in Lon don in completing his fifth authentic translation of the Christian Bible into his native tongue Elder Tice Spear a veteran minister of the Christian church is dead at his home in Peytonsburg Ky aged 101 years lie was tho ollest Christian minister in Kentucky and doubtless tho oldest In the country He was 101 years old the 24th of last September on which day he had intended to preach his fare well sermon but was too feeble to leave his room A C and J Y Robinson sold 70 cat vidson sold 19 to same at 450 Cent tral Record h Waltons Opera House Saturday Oct 2Jst l S J Eilers Big Rip Van Winkle Special Scenery Uniformed nand Operatic Orchestra New and Novel Specialties Big Free Concert nt Noon Scats on sale at McRoberte PUBLIC SALE of land Rock nnd crop Having dtttrmlnrd logo We fil I will on HATUKDAY OCT as s lit my term 1J4 inllvi Wont of Crab Orchard on th county rued IcudliiK from Cnifo Orch lint to tnywoaLcouui sieIng prompt lit the hour of lonetoekAMi It the follow lug ilenrllf d property My farm of acres mono or Ion two dwellings and thrin never rolling well nnd one mvir full Ing prlne Part of harm Is Parlor Uivnk liottouu worth tilt IMT ncrw and loins the farm Is under goal fence most of It win lIotlidKilllngn n vep InllliiK well In ynnl TliU farm has a No grist mill on It and mill will hold together Thin farm If In out and two yearn with equal Install mint l arlHKB Iwr cent Interest and loin retained on farm for remainder of purclutM money stand Isis lot 01 plows and iieur goa- sleolktorellargnlrtight heater wood hntlhglovcIoritun2 folding bed I stilt furniture chtilrN and Iwo rotkiT safe llriunelii carixt rug lIrJIotl sewing machine IswIilglotofcurl and hay pood cane mill unit evaiKiriitor nlKiut flu bushels of 01111 cloek Winchester rune nil kind lot of canned fruit and0111115111111lrH too numerous to men lion Term on iHTtoiiat property made known on day of MIlk Ixitrirt VlllTT Ool11a RECORD The best for your tn digestion mailamisGreens August Flower I know 0 several other physicians who pre scribe it regu1 rIy- QIndigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beating heartfailure in its ghastly harvest QVou read Its the papers dailyof appar healthy and even men being suddenlyattacked with acute indigestion a meal and oftheir dying in cases before a physician could be called in qthis should be a warning to you who suiter with or periodical attacks of indigestion If these unfortunate vic tims of acute indigestion had taken a small doss of Flower beg fore or alter their meals they would not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures August Flower prevents indigestion by creating good digestion It also regulates the liver purifies the and tones up the entire system in a natural tjTwo we 350 750 All druggist For Sale at Penny Drue Store Silk And Sateen See our lender n black silk petticoat nt 85 others at 8050 and 8750 Mmlo as only those who nrc artists in their line can make them A JooiYou cnn not know of the variety and magnitude of our stock unless you let us show you uu u iI SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I catDoNT JosephBales AmRTWENTYYEABS Ulorlt1I0In1I1I11 pordllpuhllclyTKKMH goodhuggyuwwtwoinlggIsundhnncnsIwngoutindhnrovs handlertu- ctINDIGESTIONS Petticoats fashionable Suits rPor i Give any man conscientious service on matters upon which he is not posted and he will appreciate the protection of his interestsThis does that by selling garments which are above the standard of the usual readymade Lasting satisfaction is assured by tho high standard ot quali ties and workmanship maintained and exemplified in our gar ments For Good Clothes See CUnniNSMCLARY P5r3i Stanford Kentuckyi Great ClosingOut Sale Wo have rented n business house now nearing completion in Corbin Ky which wo expect to occupy at an early date Rather than move anystock from this place we have decider to close our Entire Lino of Merchandise at a sacrifice This stock consists of not only the Cream of Dry Goods such as Silk SatinS Fine Woolens Waisting Fine Table Damasks Underwear Hosiery Outings Etc Etc but also contains the largest assortment of hand paintcd Japanese Chinn and 13ric n brae Novelties ever shown in this section Wo anticipated heavy Holiday Trade nnd bought very largely of this line These goods have just arrived fresh from Japan nnd will go on tale at once In addition to the above wo have n 5c anti lOc department that is now loaded with good useful money savers This will bo our last opportu nity to supply the wants of our friends and customers and wo deem it necessary to further remind you of the character merchandise you now have an opportunity to purchase at sacrifice Owing to the short stay we have in your midst wo me compelled to make this Strictly AjSpot Cash Sale to One and All and wo ask those who have already made little tickets to plcaso settle StaiilonlJKy Oct a 19- 05JOHN P JONES GENTRY KENNEY r DANVILLE KY Are ExtensivelDealers and Manufacturers Doors Windows Blinds Sash Rough and DressedfLumber Lime Ce mentPortland and Acme Washington Red Cedar Shin gles jf WRITE THEM FOR PRICES s r i tThe Interior Journal Entered ir tl e PodOffice al Stafford III HCondclast matttr r ruULtSUIU TUKHUAYH AND FHIUAYI AT lQOPERYEARCASi IV Rhea notYio paid 1200 wilt be cbar- geiUMBRELLAS fiecorcred and repaired and made Imolt as good as now for a amount I can fiiTOur umbrella butter than the tram repairers and for leas money Give me trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately 1MyhOU8 and 10 ofland situate lust of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and icr rants eccwary autbulldingsuWater hydrnnt all In the yard and one for IDC- J R MLEy HeF HILLENMEYER A SONS Blue Crass Nursorlos Lexington KY t Offer fur tho Full of Iis11 a full stock of rut unt ornamental tfeea vine uetmrn fruits rhubarb shtuba etc to Ihu ylatttrCafuloguuonitppllcituit V INSURANCE lndlorIl111M nndFire lightning Accident None T not JJKWT Corn s Ufprosntcd loweatoi sable llntes 1uarllnl ruyingAilee ordjUnwiuiilUil Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Uestdunco Ihonti No SJ Tho New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SSUQASS Proprietor ElKlrlc lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Man eraent Bob the favorlU porter meets all trains NEW LIVERY STABLE BTJBZE Jt CLABSSOH fieri JUNCTION CITY KYI firstGlass Turnouts at Reasonable en- Grain Special Attention to Traveling and Hay For Sate 4 Jesse W Sweeney PBOPB1ETOR Livery Food and Sal Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates t J H 100NE ft CO Proprietors IIVERY fIND FEED STflBbE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ni on Depot Street Also Dealers li Goal E D PeytonDE- ALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTERSuccessor to Brace A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STAFFORD Kt Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection First National BankStaffCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established at the Deposit Bank of In 1831 then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In 1863 and again reorganized as the First National Kaik of Stanford In 1S8S haYing bad practically an unlnter existence for U rears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact- Ing business promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Directors JB Paxton J B Owsley I B Shanks WO Walker Qeo W Darter l D Poster L O Oooch WHOummlni W II Bright L Hubble W B Bhanki TO THE LADIES I lhntnopenCrl a Prvumnklntf Kstnbllsli nicnt nt HIT Uomo on Iiognn Awnuunml nk- n 1Ufl of the pntrolingo otfthu Indlr of tlili community promHInK witlsfiictory work tllVtMIKll triul MIII4 KlIODA WllITK- Htnnfonl Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy nmlymmlu clothing whonthcro In no little illtrorvnci In tlio price of lilgh rmlo tviHlyumdtj mils anti n suit mmlr to your incimirvMiriil taken h111 ix rliiienl tnllor I liiivv n Imiultomu llnu of Full und pricebtlelneoren ortt trousirg and fancy vet The roininny I represent Uont of the best H C UUILEY the Tailor NERVOUS RESTORATIVE EBIULm eoelllaplIOIlllIIajlntUnITo attain tale the lint Kuuttlla li coalbMlthr tutaW rfrPErrERS C Hu UIIWst WedutouerrraIJehforateepatawwlthagaatants FErreit MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO A FOB SALE AT PESKTfl DRUG BTOBE J l Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur uiture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e MCeT Undertaker Embalmer andjgj Dealer in HarneasSuddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 107 Homo lhune 35 Officers J HOOKER Press BT nxuiiis V Pros L J MCHOBEHT3 Ohr W n WKAUENAiat Ohn Directors F Read DanTllle T Harris Stanford J Mocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney M n Elmore Stanford Bauehman Stanford T P Ulll Stanford Jai Iloblneon Hubble J II lIault man Stanford JMPettut Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford IiSuccessors to The Farmers Dank k Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will i proro mutually beneficial 4 JxX I Officers S H SHANKSPresident J B Paxton Vice President W H BRIGHT Osshlsj WiOWALKEB Aisi Catiitr FARMERS DEPARTMENT decondhand horse power for sale- M S Baughman W M Mathony sold in Cincinnati a carload tof hogs at BJc Alan A Dalo will not race ngain but will be retired to the stud Secondhand twohorse power for salt cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford James White of ML Sterling pait fJSC for four mulo colts all mares In Bourbon Joe Frakes bought of W W Haley Co 54 1500pound export cattle at I75 J H Thompson of Prcachersvllle has a lot of yearling mules and two yeal old cattle for sale coitsIjack Major Donnell IAt W B Bennetts sale yesterday sold at 4U two horses for 1281 hay 35c per balo und corn 161 per shock Jacob Embry of Texas bought the Duvall farm of 116 acres six mile from Lexington on the Delong pike for 1096760 Mayor Charles F Grainger heads i syndicate which has practically completed a deal for the purchase of fa mous Churchill Downs for 135000 ESTOAY A 700pound red mulysteet left Hustonvlllc fair ground pasture about two weeks ago Will giye reward for recovery or Information lend ing thereto Josiah Bishop Huston villc Archibald Stuart of tho White Burley Tobacco Growers Association claims that the Burley willibe from IGO000000 to 170000000 pounds lie says tho present crop Is about 60 000000 pounds- A new racing firm Is announced Ed win U Thomas owner pf Hcrmis and a number of other racers has joined interests with Sidney Pagct who has been campaigning a number of the llaggin horses for years TIle combs nation is a strong one both men being heavy bettors and having considerable knowledge of the turf Jack Joyner will handle the horses HUBBLE C E Miller of Illinois Is here buy- ng cattle The home of Mrs S E Rice at ledgeville burned to the ground Friday night Mrs Mamie Hansel of ML Vernon Is with h9r father Mr EfcU Miller for a few weeks Mrs Henry Baker has returned to her homo nt Burgin after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J W Anderson T B Hammond was up last week with hands from Casey sewlnlwheat on the King farm some weeks ago Our farmers have about completed their work of sewing wheat A good season and good crops have meant pros perity and nowhere is thrift health comfort and the pleasure of living bet ter exemplified than in and around our little city Mr J L Sloan and Miss Lucy Miller were married Wednesday morning at the home of the bride Eld F M finder officiating The wedding was a very quiet affair u few of the most intimate friends being present After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Sloan eft for an extended visit to relatives Iin Somerset Miss Martha Tillett of Lancaster visited Mrs Eliza Harris last week Ur and Mrs Albert Sloan are rejoic ng over the arrival of a daughter Dr and Mrs W F Hickle are in Louisville attending the State Medical Asso elation Mr and Mrs C E Miller of Rochester III are guests of the lat ers mother Mrs Sarah Eubanks H Burton has gone to Wayne for a ew days A REGULAR CIRCUS Trying To Give A Little Girl Cod liver Oil An interesting incident was told in cnnys Drug Store the other evening- A man came in and bought a bottle of Vinol and while waiting for change ngaged the clerk in conversation Said he We are told to givo our little girl cod liver oil I bought a hot tic and took it home We had u regular circus trying to get the child to take It Then it did not agree with her at all the oil upset her stomach She did not get any better so I told the doctor tow we had failed and he at once recommended your Vinol saying that it contained all of the curative healing and strengthening proportion ofcod liver oil without a drop ofoil and that children all love its taste 1 took home a bottle and we began to give it to our child right away She said it was delicious and wanted more Almost from tho first dose we noticed a change and she gained flesh strength and appetite and sleeps well every night I dont believe any one should givd a delicate child oldfashioned nauseat- Ing cod liver oil or emulsions when Vi nol Is so delicious and whop it will do SJ much more good than any other ton- Ic It is simply a wonderful medicine for weak puny children and I am recommending it to my friends Wo guarantee Vinol will make weak puny children strong robust and rosy strengthen and Invigorate old peo pIe and buildup the run down tired and debilitated as nothing else can If it falls we willingly return every dollar paid for it Penny te Drug Store Some Seasonable AdviceI It may be a piece of superfluous advice totirgo people at this season If the year to lay In a supply of Cham bcrlalna Cough Itemcdy It Is almos sure to be needed before winter Is over and much more prompt und satlsfac tory results are obtained when takei as soon as a cold is contracted am before It has become settled In tho system which can only bo douo by keep Ing the remedy at hand This remedy Is so widely known und so altogcthci good that no ono should hoitlaU about buying it in preference to an other It U for sale by all druggists A movement beenSstarted in At lanta t6 raise by popular subscriptioi In the South 60000 or n sum sufcien to pay the duty on the presents bestow cdupon Miss Alice Roosevelt daughtci of the president during her trip thro the Orient Tho plan is intended to show the appreciation of the South foi his recent efforts in behalf of pence between Russia und Japan In Inaugurat- Ing the construction of tho Isthmian Canal and other acts of his mlministrn tion which have endeared him to the people of nil sections without regard to political affiliations Dont Borrow Trouble It is n baillmhlt tobprrow anything but the worst thins you can posalblj borrow Is trouble When sick soro henry weary and wornout by tit pains anti poisons of dyspepsia bbl lousnesH Bright disease nUll slid tar internal disorder dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but lly for rollof to Klectrio hitters Here you will timid sure and permanent for cotftilncss of nil your troubles and your body will not be burdened by a load of debt disease At O TAPen nys Stanford Lyno Tires Crab Orchard Price COc Guaranteed John Pearl the editor has been seri ously ill all week The remainder of the force hopes and believes ho Is spir itually prepared for whatever may come but is apprehensive as to whether or not under existing financial conditions his departure would be feasible Lon don Local In a tornado which passed one mile west of Mannford Okla two children of E II Anderson were killed and Mrs Anderson and Miss Maudo Root were seriously injured H Rich Hanging Fork Farm For Rant Con hl of 10 ncr known in tin Ornmn ilnco iHnr tlionlit IhiWMin null with ror ofInsun In titrndow nmHhv rtMimlndrr tit btu Brnm linnroviimMitt Rixxl nml plan wrll ytrtrsApply bat7 1 Traylor DIALIR ism Whlsl ii Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYOrosPrompt ml rill ttHnUon Nothing tat the kit a drink on cr tcltfripb orltrt rtclvi troBptttUoUoa PUBLIC SALE I lliivliiK ooltl III fnrtii and wl liln to leave the county nt once I will nt niy plate two mIll North of yeah Onlinnl iHiir hlluA Mill on the IdtiieitKtxr pike nil wrtIDeulny tin Kith tiny of Octolxr leieoiiuiieiielim iiroinptly nt III tin ful lowing tlcalrl MtlllfoIMrt1 Ono 111111 hug inure NUltnlile fur Jody to ilrlve one iilinetonoini wt litiUKy linnnmj uUiit 11Ilrlhllot of luinlxT oar tip to tlntt wnlnut Ixtl room suit rot slap one clftnnt curly March tiptodnttflMdrixini stilt rod f7i onc good ttiwiiiit tniiililni imi old Kuslltli foot rx tiMiilnii toblrleguutlda iMuinl to inntuli one Ingle wiinlrolK ont vh guilt tnrgf wiinlroU3 IlriiKHU enriwtt one Initniln car rugs llrxtflniii oak rcfrUcnitor IIIIMIIIII 110 d dlnlnK nano- chnlronklint riink i iniiliouiiny llliniry ik cane Int of nM ker- undotltrrtileclinlr ilootrlf oil limttr lot or dtrlu liiinp rlntIUlI lump cluck Inc Iurtiilm window shades Kimlltli ntniul tiililc unit ninny other 1hllll oN it dlou to mention Till U out of the ln nl 10lA of furnltnn IVIT tad In the county T rinmniide known on tiny or wile IAII oinoclflllv invltwl MUM J It JONKH Ool J Chundlor Auct Onllt Orchard Good dressers choose our Overcoats because they meet their most exacting demands Como in nail look them over Remember we are showing tho largest assortment ever brought to this market W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky re Best Quality A lJLatest POPULAR STORE 11is known by four important clmrnctcrintics 1 The superior tlunlityn1 its goods J 2 An engcriiCM fur late styles nut novelties Ii Always tlio lowest prices 4 Perfect service to its patronsS 11 jlnhooDry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc Of course everybody knows that this is headquarters for Shoes us I have the exclusive Kilo of the All America 8350 fund 81 Shoes tlio beet for the money in tlio U S Como niul tryn pair Wo invite everybody within a days to come and inspect our stock of goods and see tno BARGAINS we have for you za Lowest Prices ji Perfect IService a SAMROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY i DE lTCrETS DES I1PMMERS TillS IS PATRKKI He is a warm number J He will keep the coldchills from run ning down your back See write or phone S H ALDRIDGE IPhone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky DEWs w DEf oG GEORGE H FARRIS Do Stanford Kentucky George D Hopper It Successor to1 K VanArwlalc Dealer ill Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds n I ask it jiortion of tho patronage of tho people of Stanford and Lincoln county promising the best goods at the most reasonable price George D Hopper Stanford Kyv DANVILLE SHOE STORE Woodson Snlloo Succossors to Cald woll Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY of a When in town see bur lino of Gun Metal Shoes for Women Misses and 1DrBe kind enough to remit us the amount of your dues at this officea j J =