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I THE INTERIOR OURNALrV VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY 0 TOBER 24 1905 NO 07 IVIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES E L UrUUvell an ased citizen ol Tuyloravllle dropped dead as ho at tempted to Iciwu tho dinner table t Robert Mcllvoy one of tho beat known funncra of Washington county died of blood poison after n short illnesH at his homo t Charles Itnnkla of Junction City has been appointed substitute In the railway mail uervlcc Ho Is n son of Post master Hankla- Hobert Goff a Richmond printer c who was locked upun the charge of drunkenness committed suicide in jail by butting his bralnH out against tho iron barn Mrs Mary A Cozatt widow of the lato Captain Jacob Cozatt died lit Jarksvillc aged 80 years from infirm tics incident to old age Seven children aurvlvo her- ClrcultJudgo II C Faulkner In his charge to the Laurel county grand jury on the lynching of Virgil flowers tie nounccd tho mob a gang of murderers and sued they were infinitely worse than tho man thoy hanged Judgo Virgil P Smith of Somerset who was elected Grand Junior Warden of tho Grand Lodge of Masons of Ken tucky won n victory that any man In tho State should feel proud of He had oiht opjwncnta In tho race all ofwhom were men standing high in masonry in KentuckyA hotelnnt restaurant is nmong the possibilities of the Now Year Humor hus it that a local stuck company Is forming with L capital of 80000 to erect u fireproof building on the site of tho Old Masonic Hall corner of Second i and Main streets Tho hotel will bo run on tho European plan with first class restaurant attached Somerset Journal United States Marshal W T Short together with Deputy John C Mulllngs who went to Heron returned this afternoon hiving in charge six nun alleged operator of Wind tigers says u Rich mond dispatch They wore Harry R Prather formerly deputy sheriff John Walker EtL Canfax R U Doc C Fay Hanson manager for the Hell Telephone Company and George Thacker Vie Pine Mountain Railroad Corn pany of Jefferson county 10000 capital stock and the incorporators lire H H Smith W L Ma olher and W W Thompson of IroUlvllle has been Incorporated The company will build u line from a point on the L N railroad two miles south of Williams burs up the Cumberland river to a point on tho Cumberland Valley division of tho L N North of Pincvllle a distance of 40 miles Till Law and Order League of Mid dlwboro has decided to run a ticket for Councilmen nail other city offices The following have been chosen for tho Council A1 Miller C E Miller J D Underhill Richard Hoyland George A Peyton and F D Hart Jr The Republicans have nominated lion J G Fitzpatrick A T Smith Roger S Oaks Herbert M Halston Charles D Hall anti former Mayor W H Turner The normal Republican majority Is 300 but many think this will bo overcome For the Conscience Fund Sir said the earnest man approach Inj the dock of landlord of tho uumiur hotel I have a confession to make undalson request Never mind tho confession replied tho landlord What is tho request Hero are 1016 I wish you would take the money and keep It I feel some way it is yours I dont understand you remarked tho landlord pocketing tho money- I topped at your house n month last summer nnd went away with that much money in my purse which I had concealed in my inside vest locket When I pall my bill I took the money from my trousers pockets and thus gave you the Impression that you were getting till I had Since then this de ceit has weighed upon my mind to such on extent that I cannot sleep nights s nnd so- But the landlord had kindly laid his hand on tho others shoulder and sped his departure with u first of lhe season smile Judge Life Is Embittered Life U too often embittered by the grievous pains and tiering caused by dyspepsia In ono or other of Us many forms No gather disease covers such a wide range of symptoms causes such varied miltirlng to Itsl victims Stomaehachi headache dizziness nausea biliousness constipation fewer etoull uro duo to this one dreadful disease No wonder that thousands arc so enthusiastic over tno euro of tholr disease by Dr Coldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a most marvelous potent anti universal euro Try It Sold by 0 L Penny Stanford and C W Atlanta Hustonvlllo at 60o and etoo Money bank If It falls CHURCH MATTERSIUncle Joe pastor Dr Waller In series of meet ing at the Presbyterian church tit But na Vista beginning Nov Rev S M Logan closed a very suc cessful meeting at the Elm Corner church in Woodford county Sunday night Several united with tho church Jessamine Journal- A great revival will begin In Cincin nati Nov C Rev Sam Jones who conducted tho most successful revive over hold there 20 yours ago will do the preaching A grand choir of voices will bo gathered for theoccasion and will be led by E 0 Excel of Chicago tho groat song writer The Prat quarterly meeting of the Stanford charge for tine conference year IMGIOOO will convene tit Stanford next Saturday and Sunday The first service Saturday mornltig at 1030 oclock Tho Presiding Elder Rev J W Simpson will be present All arc invited to attend tho services P J ROM Last Sunday at tho Bethel church a novel subscription was taken up for tho oeiuo of foreign missions says a liar rodsburg dispatch Thoro ware about 300 women pro nt and nearly nilof them are chicken raisers Tho sugges tlon was made und adopted that the women give to foreign missions the proceeds from the sale of all eggs laid on tho Sabbath The repairs on the interior of tho Christian church were completed n few days ago and tho usual services of both church and Sunday school have been resumed A transformation has been ef fected in tho appearance of the audito rium and all are loud in their praise of the ladles of the church to whoso hart work and generosity tho Improvement Is due Middlcsboro News Rev J It Owens pastor of the Ba list church at McKinney writes There will be u Fifth Sunday meeting at the Baptist church heretho 23th and 20th of this month with an introductory sermon on the evening of the 27th by Rev W R Davidson of Shelby City Tho public la cordially invited to attend anti partfcipate On Monday following pro tracted services will be begun with Rev J W Rnwles of Somerset Jn charge MATRIMONIAL The marriage of Miss Sallie Stone Pinkerton and Dr Forrest baton Car Punter was quietly celebrated nt 10 oclock yesterday morning at the home of tho brides parents Prof and Mrs B J Pinkerton on Hodes avenue The father of tho bride was the officiating minister and only members of the lam ily ant n few intimate friends were present Miss Camille Hopper of lIus tonville the most Intimate girl friend of the bride played the wedding music rendering the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin as the bridal couple entered The bride is the youngest daughter of Professor and Mrs Pinkerton and is an attractive young woman Sho is the granddaughter of Dr L L Pinkerton u resident of this city and widely known as n distinguished minister writer and educator of tho Christian church Her mother was Miss Salllc Walker daughter of Mr and Mrs Wil liam Jason Walker of Richmond and belonged to ono of the wealthy and prominent old families of Central Kentucky Dr Carpenter is n member of ono of Kentuckys aristocratic famines und has a host of friends both in Ken tucky and South Carolina where ho is now making his home After congrat nations the young couple left for their Southern home Lexington Herald Dont He Imposed Upon Foleyo Chicago originated fanny and Till an a throat and lung remedy and on account of the groat merit and popularity of Foloys honey and Tar ninny Imitations arc utTered for tho genuine These worthless imitations havo similar soundfng litmus Mutate of thorn Tho germ ine Foleys honey anti Tar Is In a yol low package Ask for It and refuse any substitute It Is the best remedy for coughs and colds Pennys Drug Store i Of nil tho tobacco consumed in the civilized world statistics show that the United States burns up more than two thirds a total estimated at 440000000 xnmdd Tho per capita consumption is B4 pounds which is exceeded by the natives of Belgium who uscG21 pounds per annum each Mystery Deepens Mystery deepens as to why HO many millions persist In suffering from such fearful infliction as dyspepsia con stipation etc when thoy could so easily get rid of every ono of their troubles by a tow doses of Dr Cald wells laxltlve Syrup Popsln Havo you tried It If not do so today Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvlllo at 60a and 1100 Money back If falls 7 t NEWS NOTES William H Wanamakcr died at his homo In Philadelphia Tho ashes of Sir Henry Irving wero deposited In Westminister Abbey Heavy snow has fallen in Northern Nebraska und in Southern Dakota New Orleans passed 1U fifth consecu live day without any fever deaths Sam Hislo was hanged at Winchester Friday for criminal assault on Mrs Jasper Case The Nebraska Supreme Courtsustaln ed the constitutionality of the null cigarette law Steps arts being taken to organize n permanent Kentucky State Develop ment Association- F D Underwood president of the Erlo system tilts been elected president of tho C H nnd D railroad Marvin Hart accuses Jim Jeffries of conspiracy to give him the worst of the decision in his fight with Jack Root Judge Evans in tho Federal district court sentenced Howard C Irwin to three years In the Atlanta penitentiary for passing raised bills BrieIwon ashoro four miles East of Lbrain Tho Sheldon will be a totalwreck The Nashville Chamber of Commerce adopted resolutions asking secretary Shaw to admit Miss Alico Roosevelt collection of souvenirs free of duty Tho police have recovered 9700 more of the money stolen by Edward expressIed to return any Indictments as to the assassination of James B Marcum The Wportaald that tho evidence Lwas In sufficient Creditors representing 3180303 due from the C J Devlin estate at Tope ka took up a collection to pay the claim of the Standard Oil Co which amounted to 00 cents Gov W D Jelks of Alabama by proclamation raised the Alabama State quarantine against three Mississippi counties Jones Green and Perry Eighteen Mississippi counties remain under the ban Leo Anderson filed suit in Lexington against James B Huggin and Charles II Berryman for 25000 damages for prosecution in connection with burning a barn nt Elmcndorf Anderson was indicted but n Negro confessed to the crime Moso Fcltncr and Ruck Cottongame were Indicted by the Brcathitt county grand jury for conspiracy in connection with the killing of D Y Combs The Marcum murder inquiry was ordered to be resubmitted to the next regular grand jury The Daughters of the American Revolution elected tho following officers Mrs J N McCormack Howling Green State regent Mrs Sallio Marshall lardy Louisville vice president general Mrs Nash Paducah vice State regent Tho United States grand jury has re turned nn indictment against W B Smith former president of the Western National Hank of Louisville charging him with making false entries mis appropriating funds and embezzling the funds of tho bank in the sum of 168 01727 Smith is in Porto Rico and his attorney says ho will bo back to stand trial USEFUL FACTS About toughs Colds and Bron chial Troubles Given to the People of itaniord by Pennys Drug Store In conducting a large drug business wo naturally meet a great ninny people at this season of tho year who suffer from coughs colds and bronchial trou bles As these troubles are easily controll ed If the right means is taken we want to say to the people of Stanford that wo guarantee our cod liver oil prepara tion Vino will tyro hanging on colds stubborn coughs bronchial and lung troubles quicker than any preparation we have ever sold because it Is tho most perfect preparation of cod liver oil over compounded It contains no oil or grease to clog the system and upset the stomach yet it docs contain every ono of the 50 odd medicinal clements actually taken from fresh cods livers in u highly concentrated form IiverpreP1aratlon ent medicine everything in it is named on the back label of the bottle and you know what you arc taking so without reservation wo indorse and guarantee Vinol to strengthen every organ in tho body to do Its work as nature intended to cure coughs colds bronchial trou bles increase the appetite build up the run down tired and debilitated and create strength und renewed vitality for the aged If Vinol fails to do what we say wo will refund every dollar paid for It You know us and know we will do as we agree Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE Candidates galore are giving theI West End the shake Mr and Mrs Allen Burris will leave for Colorado In a few days A teacher of vocal culture could gel a class here for the winter Work on the Peacock cottage with a fujl force of workmen is progressing Business in tho police court was brisk Monday the marshal reporting the sweater full Misses Maud and Dollie Williams have returned from an extended visit to relatives in Georgia and Alabama JaR P Frye our coming base ball star has signet n contract to play with Montgomery Ala In the Southern LeagueCounty Superintendent of Schools Garland Singleton and Prof Ireland of Stanford wore pleasant guests of our city SatunlnyIAlthough the season is over Mr F M Sinn proprietor of Olympian Springs reports the sale of 40 boxes of his famous water last week Mrs Nell McCarty of Mt Salem is having a well drilled for gas on the lot adjoining her residence At a depth- less oC than 20 feet a small flow was struckT Carpenter has completed barn for thoroughbred horses exclusively It is a model of convenience and pattmec after the most modem structures now used by breeders of thoroughbreds- C P Brown sold Lutes Co a lot of 1000pound cattle at 3c per pound D C Allen shipped 33 good cattle to Cincinnati for which he paid 21 to 3c Young Bros of Cumberland Co are here with 90 assorted cattle for sale For SaleA splendid 88acre blue gross farm all in grass but one field that In hemp with good dwelling barn etc one and onehalf miles from town GO per acre Also a very desirable building lot in town Call on W R Williams The wintry winds come fast In llustonville While the street fair in full blast In llustonville Did their utmost all to please The large crowds about to freeze Altogether it was tough And we know when weve got enough It llustonville II Montio Fox W H Lillard J IL Ad urns and M E Allen of Danville J Boyle Stone Miss Amanda Stone F 0 Bnrger S D Murphy C H Hattie Miss Bettie Tilford of Liberty S C Camp W G Pruitt Pcrryville G W Gilmore Lebanon and H Y Bo hon of Louisville were among tho numerous arrivals at Hotel Wcatherford Saturday Doctors said would Live Peter Fry Woodruff Pa writes After doctoring for two years with the best physicians In Wnynesburg and still getting worse tho doctors advised me If I lad any business to attend to I had better attend to It at once as could not possibly live another month as there was no euro for mo Folcys Kidnoy Cure was recommended to mo by a friend and I Immediately sent my son to the store for It and after taking three bottles I began to get better and continued to Improve until 1 was entirely well Pennys Drug Store Visitor YoiT seem to have a lotof intelligentlooking men in that tier Warden Yes thats bookkeepers rowVisitorThose men over yonderseem to have comfortable quarters Warden TThats bankers row Visitor I notice you are fixing up a new tier- WardenYes and it will be a top notcher Thats to bo life insurance row To The Voters Of Lincoln County I have bcenselected by the republican executive committee as the repub bean candidate for sheriff I accept tho nomination and respectfully ask tho sup port of tho voters of Lincoln county As to my qualifications to conduct the business of this Important office I refer to my former record as sheriff Respct JOHN N MENEKEE r Insomnia and Indigestion Cured Last year I had a very severe at tack of indigestion could nut sleep tit night und antlered mostoxerueluting pains for threo hours after each meal I was troubled this w ayfor ubouttbreb tenths when I used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets anti re dived Immediate relief says John Dixon Tullamoro Ontario Canada For sale by all druggists Highest of all trees in the world is a specimen of the eucalyptus colossea in tho Dandenong mountains near Melbourne Auslralia It has a height of 494 feet exceeding by 25 feet tho highest of the big trees in California You Are Invited To pay my store a lengthy call that you may inspect the many nw and uptiMlate and desirable things I have carefully bought for this seasons v selling n My Stock Was Never So Complete As it Is this season I have never owned quite ait handsome n lot of good thiags nt ono time Ian sure I can plcaso your taste I am positive Ienn save you mosey Dont buy one coots worth of goods until you have gone thoroughly through my stock of Full und Winter Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Boots Hats and Caps Ladies Skirts and Cloaks La dies and Gents Furnishings IRubbel4 Footwear Etc A Dollar Saved Is A Dollar Made SAM ROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY n P Peters Loaded Shells at W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Stop and See His Win DisplayIL I I argaiDS Y j 3 Copper lined Bath Tubs your choice for 3 I No 28 Box Stove for wood at 6 I joint of Pipe and Damper free I large Can non Stove second hand for 5 Come Quick S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky The Gibralter of Rockcistle County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Oilers to the People n Safe anal Conservative Banking System Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your business and we guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation Pity 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 8100 or more when left in tho hank and not checked upon for a period of six mouths f J W HUTCHESON Cashier I The Pennsylvania Linest 1 Will have Very Low OneWay Hates to points in California Orcgoif Washington ct and interme diate points every day from Sept 15 to Oct 31 Full information can bo obtained nt City Ticket Office Fourth tad Walnut Sts Station Pearl and Butler Sreets Cincinnati 0 Abbotts office COy ingtou Ky or write Geo W Weedon A G P A Cincinnati Ohio S l l JounalfC WALTON 1E1DBftlOfRATIC TICKET tForSenator HUBBLE fForRepresentative f ALVERSON For County Judge h R C WARREN For County Attorney i W S BURCH rot Sheriff t j T JEFF HILL 8R 4 For Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Assessor WA CARSON ribr For Superintendent of Pchools GARLAND SINGLETON i For Jailer W It HERRIN FOR MAGISTRATES Stanford District Jas A Duddcrar Hustonville a W M Dudderar Crab Orchard D J Smith Waynesburg Dave R Adams THE slaughtering season is upon us both in hog killing and man killing on the gridiron A Chester Pa paper referring to the manly game said The foot ball murder season opened at Chester last Sunday A young fellow three months married was tackled thrown kicked in the stomach jumped on by the players and died within 10 minutes The players bride was an onlooker cheered his brilliant 50yard run is left a widow with a death scene she can never erase from her mind This is sport with a vengeance President Roosevelt will send his name still furthur down the corriders of time if he can have the slugging and unnec essary cruelty cut from the game IT is not thought in Washington that the value of the gifts presented to Miss Alice Roosevelt will amount to an excess of 20000 All gifts to noted persons are generally largely exaggerated The duties on these gifts will probably amount to 5000 and as Miss Roosevelt is said to be rich in her own name she will be in no wise embarrassed by the payment Rulers and potentates treated her like a royal princess and lavished magnificent presents upon her among them being rich ornaments presented by the empress of China valuable bricabrac presented by the mikado u of Japan and the king of Korea and large pearls presented by the sul tan of Sulu- COLLIERS publishes a chart showing that Richard McCurdy and son drew 271766 from the New York Mutual Life in one year which is 36666 more than the governors of all the States drew in salaries The president of the United States vice president Cabinet officers and chief justices combined only draw 143000 McCurdy and son could not in any way earn the amount paid them The rest was pure graft and absolute theft from the policy holders JUDGE FAULKNER of the London cir cuit doesnt mind calling a spade a spade He denounced the mob that lynched the Negro condemned to life imprisonment as a gang of murderers infinitely worse than the Victim himself and said that each would wear the brand of Cain on his forehead the rest of his life He called on the jury to indict every man composing the mob THE present editor of the INTERIOR JOURNAL had been at its helm five years Sunday He is duly grateful to a liberal constituency for courtesies and kindnesses received from the best lot of people on earth He will try to show his appreciation of the good things that have come his way by giving them a better paper in the future RICHARD A MCCURDY president of the Mutual Life Insurance Company told the Legislative Investigating Com mittee in New York that he had no in tention of resigning Of course not Who ever heard of a man throwing away as good a graft as the office of president of the Mutual Life Insurance oIs1 MR ROOSEVELT on meeting the widow of the immortal Stonewall Jackson said itwas worth his whole trip to have the chance to shako her hand The President is both gallant and diplomatic There is no surer way to the hearts of the people of the South than by honoring those they hold in loving esteem WHILE Teddy Is touring the South he should not fail to break breadwith 1 Booker Washington He did it in Wash ington and certainly it would be no worse in Alabama By the way it is Bookers time to set up to lunch anyway THAT good clean paper the Harrods t burg Democrat has just celebrated its 22nd birthday May it continue to live and prosper illong ballot under the rooster you will have done a good days t l 7r POLITICAL Former Congressman Jerry Simpson died at Wichita Kas Gov Folk of Missouri is to make a speaking tour of Ohio traveling by special train B B Comer president of the Alabama Railroad Commission will enter the rase for the Democratic nomination for Governor Some of the politicians responsible for the failure of the Enterprise National Bank of Pittsburg are paying oft their notes in the hope of concealing their identity The republicans of Marion county in convention nominated C R Warner for the Legislature Former Gov W 0 Bradley was indorsed for United States Senator W R Day republican nominee for State treasurer in 1899 was indicted by the Breathitt county grand jury on the charge of forgery Secretary Tafts object in making a trip to Panama is believed to be to ac quaint himself with the isthmian situation in anticipation of congressional resolutions of inquiry James G Yadon Republican nominee for the Legislature from Laurel and Rockcastlo counties was acquitted of the charge of emmbezzling 250 belonging to the London lodge of Odd FellowsAtlanta gave a wonderfully enthusiastic greeting to President and Mrs Roosevelt A notable incident of the day was a visit by President and Mrs Roosevelt to Roswell the old home of motherI at Akron 0 by repudiating the Cox machine and declaring that the Republican State platform was not written with proper care He warmly indorsed Gov Herrick The Court of Appeals through Judge Settle in the WhittakerSwanner case from Laurel county held that a defeat ed candidate who fails to make a contest before the party committee cannot assert a claim in the courts for the nominationThe of the late Senator Quay in New Mexicos admission to the Union is explained by the disclosure at Pittsburg that Cashier Clark of the Enterprise National Bank had lent more than 100000 to Quays confidential agent Andrews Col Jacob T Child a well known Mississippi journalist who held the po sition of United States Minister to Siam and United States Consul at liar kow China respectively during Grover Clevelands first and second Ad ministrations is dead Jess Howell was nominated by the Republicans of Bath and Rowan counties for the Legislature against W A Young Democrat It is claimed that Thomas Barber Republican nominee by petition was prevented from leaving a train that he might go to Owingsyille and formally resign his candidacy Here and There A bank messenger was held up and robbed of 3000 near Herryville Pa The Imperial Brewing Company of Kansas City has been placed in the hands of a receiver Francis B Runder cashier of the St Louis postoffice is short in his accounts and has been arrested William Waldorf Astor is asking for a review of his tax assessments in New York claiming they are exorbitant At Edelins sale near Burgin shorthorn cattle sold at 27 to 55 saddle horses 120 to 385 jack stock 190 to 325Property valued by the Surveyor of the Port of St Louis at 18830 was abandoned by its owners at the Worlds Fair Prof Sylvester Dwight Judd a form er prominent biologist committed suicide by hanging at his home near Bal timore Senator John Dirge a prominent Republican and wcll known manufacturer at Bristol Conn was killed in a runaway Saloonkeepers in the District of Columbia are greatly disturbed over a proposed increase of the annual license to 10000 1The United Dank and Trust Company of San Francisco has been closed by order of the State Board of Bank Commissioners It is announced that the B 0 road will expend 250000 in Louisville for the purpose of increasing the terminal ChiIIcagoHawley interests have secured control of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad Joseph Turpis of St Louis was stantly killed at Chatsworth Ill by coming in contact with an electric wire while chasing his hat which had been blown off by the wind The present year has been a record breaker for Louisville as regards the holding of conventions of It is estimated that 250 000 strangers have visited the city in the last 10 months After discoverin rich deposits of native copper followingweeks of pros pecting Schenectady N Y was found dead from star on the plains west of White Oaks George Gordon son of Judge Thomas R Gordon and a civil engineer on the L N together with W Cornell head brakeman and E R Walker fireman was killed near Duff Tenn by the derailing of the engine Additional Local Tim following is the program of the Fifth Sunday Meeting of the South District Association to be held with Stanford Baptist church Friday evening October 27 continuing Saturday and Sunday Friday evening 730 Sermon by Rev W II Robinson Saturday 10 A M Devotional exercises led by Rev W M Wood Purposes of a Church Rev T II Coleman Duties of Members to their Church T B Las ham How to Become Interested in Our Church I M Gray and Goo Cook Sermon Rev C S Ellis 130 to 2 P Meeting of District Board Dove tional Exercises led by Dr Wm Shelton Duties of a Christian to the World W J Price and Rev W B Briscoe Motive for Giving to Missions Garland Singleton Womans Work in Missions Rev RB Mahony Progress of Our Foreign Mission Work Rev W H Robinson What Missions Have Done for Our Country Rev W L Dorgan Kentucky as n Mission Field Rev R R Duties of a Deacon Rev W M Wood 730 Sermon by Rev W L Dorgan October 29 930 to 1030 School Mass Meeting 11 Sermon Rev W M Wood Made a Hit When Dr W U Caldwell tho sago of Montlcollo first prescribed Ms great remedy for indigestion constl putlon and biliousness now known Dr CahhvolPa laxative Syrup Pep sits its success was so great that it made an Instant hit Sipco then It has been used all over the world and has never failed to duplicate its first sue cesses Try It Sold by OL Penny Stanford and C W Adams Huston vllle at boo and 8100 Money back If It falls It is said by the president of the defunct Enterprise National Bank of Allegheny Pa that the shortage there may reach 1500000 George B Woner who killed Pulaski in Louisville and who was later HopkinsvilleThe Executive Mansion at Jefferson City Mo was damaged by fire to the extent of 10000 Twelve ships and 17 lives were lost during storm on the great lakes PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to quit farming I will on TUKHDAYOOTaiHT IWfi Hell nt public auction nt nyfnrln Ik miles lcrlboIlour good milk cow yearling cattleficalves S brood marts work horses I extra good family horse work mule McTor muck binder comparatively new I McCor buggy1buckbowheat drill 3 turning plows hnrawi roll llohornflIder Macrt stalk field I straw stack iron HombouollOld litlUoclockPUBLIC SALE I of land tank cad crop Having determined to go West I will on HATUUUAY OUT S W6- at my form y mile West of Omit Orchard on the county road leading from Urali Orch fithranti11nwnkbotlOIllIeIolulesundliii In1I0thyard This farm Inc n No I grist mill on It wrlaqand mill will lit sold together This farm If publiclyTKHMMtuna and two year with equal Install ment IxiirlngGiier cunt Interest and Ionretained on farm for remainder of purchase money 11041IIUIIIIcows two huggle nnd harneis wngon and grel1tendookstoveIlargeairtight healer I wood heating stove I organ folding ed I suit of furniture IS chains and two rockers safe IlIru1I carpet I rag cnrlwt sewlnu machineIwhaglotofcorhua1lutyIgoN1 cane mill and H huthels of cod clock lvlncheskr rllle nil kinds of dlsheannd Juts lot of canned fruit and hratrIanTerms on personal made known ull tiny or sule 1401511IIITT- CUIJ T Chandler Auct CONSUMPTIONS WARNING Inside facts soon become evident In ouUlde symptoms OK G G GREEN QTlie aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can readily noted by anyone of average in telligence QThere is no disease known that gives to many plain warnings of its approach ai consumption and no serious disease can be quickly reached and checked if the used is Dr Boscheei German Syrup which is made to cure consumption4It early stages that German Syrup should be taken when warnings qwtthethe gradual weakening of the lungs ac expectorationButcough even if dread consumption has already attacked your lungs German Syrup surely effect a cureas it has apparentlyhopeless fNew bottles 250 Regular 75C At all druggists For Bale at Penny Drug Store k J i OWRCOFTS Vwv TJ I This first cold spell reminds us we must have an overcoat we are especially prepared in this line They are made withrbroad shoulders long with or without belts perfect in style Little fellows 250 to t 5 boys sizes 15 to 19 years t 5 to 10 Mens sizes 750 to 1750 Our stock of Cravinet Rain Coats is good Beautiful styles and wearings and a range of prices 10 1250 15 and 1750 We feel that lines will you Look at them H J MROBERTS STANFORDI I e1ehTHE VERDICT I window screens and scijn Inll illuoVlutfUWlckkrOllHtotca irtiilm Hhades Poles llrnck iortiern- CurtntnrunetcbentlnrWIMtretcbcrs acrid Ilrushes to remove 1Iy Cnrt and Itoors- section litnln +sodttEnaio plS Joints Varnish nullO Inn Itugglet New anti MoulIl1l1ltllIt Joint and Mw you enli name something w do not keep Good Liv nnd buggies teed Kxrellcnt Undertaking equipment Plenty of horses and feed Tiring donePruitt BrothersMorelmnd Ky PUBLIC SALE BLUEGRASS FARM- wBIINFHItYOYFOllEltT111l 5 At 10 oclock AM nt my farm threw miles trout Itlivllle Oil the Ihanrillu and Hlnll ell tho following drscrlbttt UrnsIwldIteglstered Hhortfour cowcalvet Ktc This land will ralH hemp toluicco cori wheat tc Is well watered ilfttrnJon irig two never fulling wells nunler ot ner falling spring tw- orreekthntfrond wntr the year roulld dwelling with rooms porches kitchen cellar pent house hen IIOIIMI 3 rooms huggyhuuwcnbinYrtwtul stock born fttiti 1J for rattle I la INco Irll Ilxt hot III lull of touicco t tcneulenl on lrllIIIllIltspring a roolllllmllch ouch I will nloo Ill phntoll1 buggy I pring wnlloll nod twohur wugnnNa lot of farad rig ltnptr manta such us muwers ptowtcI- n IIrnkI sorghuut pill wain household furniture nt 100clek wedneMlnykll1a tW4M TII T II Engllshtuet 111111 PUBLIC SALE A olnlbdtnt of the rstatf of Mrs Iluvlx Julio Tlulor lIcd I will otTer for sale to tho hlllhlt cud INtsl bidder the rul lowing iltkcrllHil property on HATUKI1AY OCT Ill A certain tract of land lost known as the ofeUlllr farm containing about its IIC- rtaltlllltctlllllllleoill county and iMmlerlng on Dlx lllver farm Is situated ndunt midway 1t11 Ijineaster and Htanford Moat SinllrK Unto other place Hald tract of land II very fertile Inn mite of cul tlvatlon and In uvery for fur iKittomland Well wn osesallpur tereil nnd good NOUN Imrn nod nil outbuildings All one dishingKarv to t II rtnu resides on Inlo at tho Mmi tluue 11111Idoro the folio hloldlllbig rty I mug null 1110411 Jersey row IImlllIlI your unit hra tilt foil bred nerkhtfe MW and pigs land will Iwold on the fol- lowllll teriat Ilnlf ul the purchno mono due iMiynblo lees al INtS ulnnco on months time IurchnMr will Ie equlrcd Stellrltto Ifcarlng aIrgaltlntereattfrtIlitJll II Lion rutulnetl on UIHI purchne Moony U haul Terms for Mlie of stiick known outlay of Nnlc11111 AIIIIIN ldnlr AM bourne Auctioneer Do You Want a Home If KOWO cnn furnlth you one any kind ull want Wo hifvo for Mlle a great variety of irnNdwelling houses business hope cud business If You Want a Farm write us what kind of u plnce ore look pig for what sire what Improvements ore IIIwhere locnled how 111el nnd othlr lertllllIlllllonulitloll wt hnu Irlll of III Izescurncter and we urea curtain to IlIttCtlt you on pn1ce are on the market A postal card will ring you one ot our printed IIltl OBNTHALKY 11KALE8TATK CO n KYonwn President Lebanon Kr t W H Mueller i s Watchmaker and Jewder STANFORD KENTUCKY Thersiatrst In Jewelry Hiker Uut Ota- sWatcheinndglockln Htock rr- k f PENNYS DRUG STORE THE OTHER DAY 1 I got my feet wet The next morning 3hadn hail CQtlglJ kept n bottle of Pennys White Pine and Tar On my desk niul every time I felt like coughing I took n sipjust neigh to 4wctmy throat ami by night my cough wns gone 25 Cents a Bottle 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE 1Scanford Kentucky TO THE LADIES Wo have lust groin the Cities with a nice line of Fall and Winter hats Will be to havu tho ladles call and ox uiulne our stock MRH KINO ANn MIHB Hinnix Ural Orchard Ky LLz MILLINERY IINew Fall and Winter Millinery lust re ceived consisting of Uago Hntltwltll sever al other lending mllklllInd la dha of this section lire cordially Invited to call Rod we then Mrs Kite Myers Hustonville II J x THE PRICEIIE No lady wont to pay more thnn nn article i worth even if it in pretty The workmanship and stylo of our suits nro all that n stylish dresser could desire but the prices aro rcafouablc Wo have nhont 12 sntnplo suits that wo offer at 10 and 1250 Tho long Coat Suits at 81160 SIGfiO 820 nnd 125 Coino mud look whether you wish to buyor not SrANIOltU KY OCr 24 IUOS Now Its Whlto Pine and Tar See our window Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Miss KATE DAVIBSS RANEY is III MUll J II WILLIS Of Crab Orchar Springs was hero Saturday Miss JKNNIB HUIIDLB of Mlddlebunr is very with typhoid over Miss MAnGAnnt LEWIS Is suffering an aggravated C0 of tonsllitis MnsIL H HOUKIOAN of Marion county Is with her parents hero REV S M LOOAN of Wilmore at tended the burial of Mrs Emily Sauf Icy Mn E D KENNEDY has resumed hla position as guard at the Lexington Asy lumMRS W H SHANKS rcturnedyester Jay from a visit to her parents in Mad icon MR G A McIloiiEUTS and wife of Covington aro with her parents In Garrard WILLIE O MunriiY of McKinney t las entered Cherrys Huslncss College at Bowling Green JUDOFJ BOYLB STONe and daugh- teri of Liberty attended the burial of Mrs Emily Sauflcy CHAR E Cox of Corbin nccompn nled the remains of his grandmother to this place for burial MR II K SworB of Middloburjc was hero Saturday on his way to Gar rard to visit relatives MRSDAMRS WM MORRUND and Roland Drake of Lexington aro guests of Mrs tf C Shanks MB AND MRS A A McKiNNBY of Louisville arrived Saturday to visit friends hero and In Garrard MRS G A SIIRR and son A B SI ier of High Cliff Tcnn are visiting relatives In Lincoln and Garrard MRS AUIA Pore CARR and little daughter Miss Lydia Carr of Danville were guests at Mrs John Bright Sr MRS GlVBNS the handsome wife of Dr Jackson Givens of Pittsburg was on Fridays train returning from Loins villc OUR good friend Mr II C Bright councilman in DanIs a candidate for ville Wo hope ho will win by a thou sand MR W A DOTY who has been re siding at Pueblo Col passed through yesterday to visit his parents at Lan caster CAr r J II WlUJS rind wife of Crab Orchard Springs spent Sunday with their son T C Willis Jessamine Journal Tile Ladies Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will meet with Mrs George D Wearen Friday afternoon ala oclock MR THOMAS II SHANKS left this morning for Kansas City Mo where ho will locate for the practice of his profession tho law MRS LULA ALLFN COUMNKY has moved to the home of her parents Mr and Mrs J A Allen Mr E C Gor man anti family will occupy tho cottage she vacated MR GEOIHJB HELM of Clifton Tex ns has been here on a visit to tho aged Mr Samuel Helm of tho Turncrsvlllo section and other relatives and friends It was his first visit in 35 years and It WWI enjoyed greatly both by Mr Helm and his many friends Ancil HtrTB and handsome wife have McKinney rom been visiting her sister Mrs J Clnunch J M Carter or Moreland Is hero on business Iavo Allen Is In Pulasld this week buy- Ing live stockSomerset Mountaineer LOCALS 1ANICE lot of Timothy seed T D Ncwland BUY your coal while the weather Is good Wo can suit you in price nnd quality Northcott Buck Rowland Ky vPILE L N will ran Itlast 160 roundtrip excursion to Cincinnati Sunday 29th Train leaves Stanford depot nt 5 A STOREROOM tho best In Stanford I for rent Possession Jan 1900 Now occupied by J P Jones and splendidly located S H Shanks Stanford Tie election is justtwoweeks off Better stir your stumps if going to do anything for tho splen ticket the democrats nominated I nearly a year agoG r RAISINS currants citron etc fo cakes T D Newland NICK lino ladies skirts jackets and childrens cloaks W E Perkins Crab Orchard AT Stanford ouses bulbs all kinds iruw ready John Chrisman proprietor LOST gold pin withIII L W en gravel on It Leave at this office and get reward SENATOR spoke nt Lan caster to n large crowd yesterday Ills speech was a telling one SEE our turquoise nits tho nicest and at tho lowest prices ever shown George H Farris LOST Pocket book between Stan ford and Jako Robinson Return to this oflico and get reward I HAVE added a cleaning pressing and general repair business Suits made now Give me a trial Ed Wilkinson r TUB Stanford High School eleven de tented tho Central University preparatory foot ball team 21 to 0 on the grounds hero Friday afternoon While the game was onesided it was very in teresting nt timesD- EMOCRATS should work overtime between now rind the election for the splendid ticket that will appear undo tho rooster Any man with a spark of democracy ought to want to see the re publlean ex democrat layout hurled good and deep OUR display of Japanese hand painted china ware is conceded to be the bet ever shown by us These goods arc sold now at an Immense saving to you Have you bought your Xmas goods If not why not now We leave next month John P Jones MR A W CARPENTER of tho West End who seems to be dally on run ning for office will make tho race for Sty te Senator on tho prohibition ticket Of course ho has no show of being elected but he no doubt thinks he needs exercise nnd Is going to have it NOTICE TO EnssI or one of my deputies will be at Crab Orchard Oct 28 Mt Salem Nov 3rd 1 p M at Waynesburg on Thursday Nov 2 Hustonvillc Nov 4th from 7 A u to 12 oclock to collect taxes Will have all road claims with me that have not been called for M S Baughman S LC EILERS Rip Van Winkle Co pleated a good sized audience at Waltons Opera House Saturday night Harry F Home who took tho role of Rip was exceedingly good and his support was far above tho average The music by both brass band and orchestra was greatly enjoyed Mr Eller has a first class show and is deserving of the lib eral patronage he is receiving FRIENDS of Dr Styeeele pre sented him with a handsome gold watch and chain nt tho meeting of tho Kentucky State Medical Society in Louis ville last week Dr Bailey served tho society as its secretary for 19 years and president several years The magnificent remembrance came as a surprise to the genial doctor who is as proud of his present as the average boy is of his first boots ACCIDENTALLY KILLED Mr Mack Henry Gooch aged about C5 years and ono of the best citizens of tho Waynes burg section was accidentally shot and instantly killed yesterday by his son John Gooch aged about 25 We were unable to learn how the accident occurred Mr Gooch is survived by a number of grown children including Mrs It Y Ballard of Wnyncsburg and Mr G T Gooch of Somerset cost n gloom over the ThoklllinghllsI of the county where Mr was very popular SINCE our last issue twocandidates have como out for State Senator against Mr It L Hubble First Mr 112 Carpenter on the prohibition ticket nnd later Mr Hood Worthington of Boyle on tha republican ticket The more the merrier and Mr Hubble will win all the saute Mr Carpenter will not and this time ought not to gut a corporals guard while Mr Worth- Ington who was a democrat until a few years ago will not faro a great deal better His is another case of joining the enemy and running for office which should be rebuked In no uncer tain manner TAILORMADE SUITS We now have opt sale 50 of tho very newest styles 1n long Coat Suits These goods ore mule by artists in this line and in the most sanitary shapes in tho country They Aro not the over done kind but are the kind that you will not tiro of Wo are careful to select such materials as will give ser vice yet their appearance when worn does not show it ALFRED SIMPSON a clever old dar key died Friday and was buried Satur I day Six per cent will be added to your city tuxes If not paid before Nov R G Jones collector CALL and see ono of tho greatest lines of overcoats and suits ever on sale in the East End W E Perkins Crab Orchard YOUR attention called tho sale advertisement of Louis Whitt The sale will occur at his home in the East End next Saturday Oct 28 WILL pay the highest cash price for your eggs turkeys geese guineas and nli fowls also beef hides and ginseng 11 B Northcott Stanford Ky ISOMC PUsMrrmp Petrey tells us he has a pumpkin vine with 17 pumpkins on it the largest of which weighs 55 pounds I WILL sell on Monday Nov coun ty court day 20 shores of stock in the Hustonvllle National Bank A dividend of five per cent will be declared on this stock Jan 1900 George D Weath crford Hustonville Ky ALL parties having valid claims against the estate of the late Geo W Evans are notified to present them tome properly proven at Hedgeville Boyle county Ky by November 15th 1905 James H Hutchings Executor of Goo W Evans CLOAK Snow One day only Wed nesday Oct 25th we will have on dis play in our cloak room a manufacturers line of fine cloaks and furs Those desiring a coat unlike any one elses and want a big line to reelect from should see this line Severance Son HAINCS wife Mr John II Raines died Saturday after a protracted illness The burial occurred Sunday Mrs Raines who was a most excellent Christian lady is survived by a hus band and several children Mrs Jeff J Beldcn of this place being one of them Much sympathy is felt for the members of tho family in their great loss TilE republicans of Lincoln county will have two former democrats on their ticket this time and it remains to be seen what kind of support they will give their new converts A few years ago both Mr Mcnefee and Mr Worth ington the latter just nominated for State Senator against Mr R L Hub ble were shouting democrats now to their shame be it said they both find their political homes in the log cabin of the republican party Give them both- a black eye by voting the democratic Emily Chrisman Saullcy who for some years had been a resident of Stanford diet at the home of herson in law Dr C A Cox at Corbin last Friday aged 84 Her death has removed from earthly scenes one of tho purest and noblest of tho Masters work for since early lifo she had been- a devout member of the Christian church and her long and useful lifo had been spent in Ills cause Mrs Saufley was born in Wayne county Oct 25 1821 and made Montlcello her homo un til the death of her youngest son some 15 years ago When only 16 she was married to Henry R Sautley and to them were born seven children three of whom survive her Judge M C Saufley of this place Mrs C A Cox of Corbin and Mrs J II Grady of Co lumbia Her husband died after their removal here Mrs Saufiey possessed those traits of character which won the esteem love and admiration of nil who know and understood her Self sacrificing highly intellectual of gen erous impulses and tender sympathies sho was the recipient of unbounded love on the part of her family and friends up to a Sho wasof strong attachments not only to her family but to her native land and in 1801 gave to tho cause of tho Confederacy two sons ono of whom was spared to her On Saturday evening the body was taken to the home of heron and at 1030 Sunday morning after n short service by Eld Jos Ballouut the grave the remains were gently laid beneath the sod to await the call at judg ment morn Truly she has entered now unto that reward which Is promised the good the faithful and the true h SEE our line of heating stoves George H Farris ATTEND A W Smiths sale in Boyle tomorrow Wednesday and Hoffman White Sons sale near Moreland theI next day Thursday Tim bringing o will have n splendid effect In the county of Boyle solidifying the democratic party says n Danville dispatch LECTURE AT LmCASTrltCol Geo W Bain will lecture at Lancaster nextI Friday night 27th on Tho New WOol man and the Old Man IIHcar him Tim Kentucky State Journal Frank fort has a sixcolumn quarto press In good condition for sole very cheap Write at onco to W P Walton Lex- Ington or Frankfort TilE ballots to be used at the election two weeks from today will bo begun on this afternoon by this office Including town elections 20 books of bal lots will be required Tim republicans did ofget out an other installment of candidates Satur day as was expected Probably they realize they have bitten off already more than they can masticate TELL your friends neighbors that the election is only two weeks off Nov 7 Insist on them voting for the straight democratic ticket nnd letting the rooster do their scratching MARK HARDIN and Al Florence are rival candidates for mayor of Stanford while Judge W A Tribble and J Bled see Bailey are contending for the honor and emoluments of police judge A ticket for councilmen composed of the old board with the exception of John N Mencfco will be voted for Nov 7 Walter 0 Walker will take Mr Mene fees place on the ticket Tit largest mortgage ever recorded In the Pulaski county court clerks of fice was that between the Union Sav ings Bank and Trust Company of Cin cinnati and the Cumberland River and Nashville Railroad Company for 2500 000 This amount will be used in build- Ing a new railroad from Corbin to Jamestown Tenn The route taker will be Starting from Corbin down the Big Laurel river through Whitley and Laurel counties to New Burnside through Pulaski and Wayne counties to Monticello thence through Clinton county to connect with the Tennessee Central at Jamestown This will develop some of the richest coal and tim ber lands in Kentucky and will be one of tho biggest tonnage and passenger routes In the South The citizens of Somerset are working very hard to get the road to run into that city The road if built will be the result of many years effort on the part of Mr L Frank Hubble late of Lancaster but now residing near Rockcastle Springs Ho was hero Sunday in high spirits over the prospects of building the road Additional Local on Second Pagei A CardIThis is to certify that all druggists aro authorized to refund your money If Foleys Honey and Tar falls to euro 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 andconsumptlon Contains no opiates The genuine Is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Storo h For and acres of land situated pas of town limps on the Somerset plko Homo hm 7 rooms kitchen and servants room good collar stable and nil necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and use for stock J P ftA1LEY H F HILLEN MEYER ft SONS Grass Nursorios IBlue tcvngfon KY Offer fur tho Full of lliOSn full stock of fruit mid orniiimtntiil tnid grape vines n imrn muni fruits rliuUirl shrubs etc Wo employ no ellts lint sell Ulruct to the planter Woolen Mills McKlnneysKentucky LlnseyaFlnnn bfnnufneturereof J llankots und Yarn Mend us yoarwool we- nko wool In exchnn for work thl market price Satisfaction Kunrantve and ndormatlonfall or prices Agenti wanted r OJ t 3Silk And Sateen Petticoats Sco our leader a black silk petticoat at 85 others at SIJ50olld 750 Made as only thoao who are artists in their line can make them A LoosYou can not know of the variety and magnitude of our stock unless you let us show you I I SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY I rsYWCLooganWtoodshas y- oufare ticketSAUFLEYbI NotwithIHwndlng 2GthI SalePrivatelyiM- yhouu CAtnlugteonnppllcu- tlunMcKinney fashionable Suitsj for gall i Give nny 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 the high standard ot quali ties and workmanship maintained and exemplified in our gar meats i For Good Clothes See CUrIrI INS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky Great ClosingOut Sale Wo have rented n business house now nearing completion in Corbin Ky which we expect to occupy at an early date Rather than move any stock from this place we have decided to closo our Entire Line of Merchandise at a sacrifice This stock consists of not only the Cream of Dry Goods such as Silks Satins Fine Woolens Wnietiuge Fine Table Damasks Underwear Hosiery Outings Etc Etc but also contains tho largest assortment of handpaintcd Japanese China nod Hricabrac Novelties ever shown in this section Wo anticipated heavy Holiday Trade soul bought very lnrgelof this line These goods have just arrived fresh from Japan and will go on ealo at once In addition to the above we havc a 5c und lOc department that is now loaded with good usefulmoney savers This will be our lust opportu nity to supply tho warts of our friends and customers and we deem it necessary to further remind you of the character of merchandise you now hue an opportunity to purchase nt sacrifice Owing to the short stay we have in your midst we mo compelled to stake this Strictly A Spot Cash Sale to One und All aud wo ask those who have already made little tickets to please settle StanfordJKy Oct 3 15- 05JOHN P JONES GENTRY KENNEY 1 DANVILLE KY Are ExtensivelDealers and Manufacturers of Doors Windows Blinds Sash Rough and DressedLumber Lime Ce mentPortland and Acme Washington Red Cedar Shin gles WRITE THEM FOR PRICES l f The Interior Journal Enltrtd in lilt PUIOffi at Stafford ai vcondClast matter ANI PHIDAY TtJllU HMU TJOUSOAYB AT 100 PER YEAR CASH will bo charged T3T Whin not oo paid KOO INSURANCE lahtnlna WindWorm lto nndI Nono11It Ih THON OJoHT nnd jIrll MiUIIIRhI JlelrelntI lnlng 10WCt101 111eo iunlled Talk with Stanford Kentucky Uosldonco riioueXoSS r t The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Win SHUaABS Proprietor EfectrlcUghWlmvery room Rtfurolshei anJ unJ r entire New lIaniementi Bok the livorlt porttr mem all NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBSE CLASS30N Ircri JUNCTION CITV ICV Rfct g 1 UeascmableTurnoutsY1ft lau MenTrnellngAttention toIpcclal ln and For Slo Jesse W Sweeney rnorwKTo- nLivory Food n4 Solo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for UP to date rlesat reasonable rates I J H BOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STftBUc Stanford Kv KatesSerrlce at ReasonableGood Llrery OaU on UI on Depot Street Aho 001- r E DPeyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your Is solicited Hones handled on commisiion Stock Pens In Connection POSTED We whoso unmos appear below strictly forbid hunting fubtQB or any kind of tres and will prosecutepatslnB on our place Tlolators to the full extent of tho law Uelchenbtcu Bros FredVonaruenlgnnAlbertVonOruenlRanFred Allred SlmpRon Oeore MIlS attle newel h Itelchenbach Obarlet Oummlni Jos Uallou A O DUDnS M Holmes W E AmoDW H Daugherty M J Hoffman M D Flmore Peter W Barter J Nerln Carter J E UruceW Jothomaker Thomas Kerrlll Orcen lerrll- lFJConn John n Oamentich Sam Trowbrldge A D Root Charles Ens lln Frank Cordler Mrs W O Welch Ieter Rainier John Meier Hnrauol Mndsey Jacob Qucder Mrs Allct David Stephens Mary Hollraann DIrectors J B 1 H O eo W Carter j B Foster L O Oummlni II W H L t A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mcltoberta Drug Store iu the Oiralcy Building Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy remlynindo clotlilnu whinthiro Is o little In tho prlcu of lilliKrmlit rfiidyniiuk Mill iilul u ult iiiiido to your men in iiit tnkvii by mi wijHTltiicwl tiillorT I Imvon Immlsome llnuof JlrlrehIl5111tverconl nnil fnncr vcstn Tlio compnio I n ir si iit Is one or tho 11 11 CKUPLEY the Tailor RESTORATIVES ph1olra1IDellclpnooal truo tn 0 rrt aba troPEIEftS Nirunua DUUII mn VIII tluoIIlilt rlo 11111 blsaD ltO f in llr pool lor women llnckltt frr llUfojantFOB BALE AT PENNYS DBUQ BTOBC J LBeazleyCo UndertaKers nud Embalm ers Also Dealers in niture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e e tC aT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery r u STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofllca 1ST Homo 35 First NationalStlJnfO Ky BankCapital StocK 50000r t ThlB Institution was originally established as the Hank of in 1SS8 then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford In 1685 and again reorganised as the First National Bank of Stanford In 1682 baring bad practically an uninter rupted eilttence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for Ing promptly and well than ner before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor i poratlons Solicited I JB Paxtoa Owsley Shanks 17 Walker Oooch WH W Bright KL Hubble Shanks iIIITiriiici nt trntiHTs CURES InifnUam UJe lIn rrln Fur Give rhone 1hone transact Officers 3 8 HOOKER Frest ST HAHHIS V Pre J J MoKOBGRTS Ohr W H WEARENAsst Ohn Directors K Reid DanTllle T Harris Stanford J Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney M n KImoro Stanford H Baugbman Stanford T P DIll Stanford Jss Iloblnson Hubble J H Baughman Stanford 111 Pettus Stanford 0 E Tnte Stanford I LINCOLN OHM NATIONAL BANK CJIPITAt STOCK 80000 Successors to The Farmers Bank Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping inch bnslnesi relations will proTO mutually beneficial Officers S B SHANKS President J B Puxton Vice President W H BUIOHTOashtf W O WALKER Asst Oashllr 1 rC FARMERS DEPARTMENT Secondhand horse power for sale M S Baughman Secondhand twohomo power for sale cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford Henry Logan colored has ntno hogs weighing from 150 to 300 pounds for sale C E Miller of Rochester 111 bought in this section 100 cattle at about 335 FOR SALEA Poland China Boar registered 15 months old and n good one W 0 Walker Stanford William Doolin has sold to Davit Rankin his farm of 100 ucres nt 50 Mr Doolin wants to buy n small farm in this county Mrs John Hooe Russcl cousin 6 Mrs W M Bright of this place bought the Estill farm of 280 acres near Richmond at 70 H II Bourne of tho Hedgcvillo Bcc ton has sold to Mr Sloan of St Louis his 63acrc farm for 3900 Mr Bourne h in the market for a small farm N W Savage owner of Dan Patch has bought Ed Patch 2031 from Edgar Deeming of Danville Ind for li 000 Ho has proved the fastest of the get of Dan Patch Dr Hammond has n cow which two months ngo dropped a premature calf Last week sIlo gave birth to another large well helter calf Cow and calf both doingwellAdair News ESTIUY A 700pound red mulystcor left Hustonvillc fair ground iwisturo about two weeks ago Will give re ward for recovery or information lead ing thereto Josiah Bishop Huston villc LANcAsTeR COURT A big crowd at tended Lancaster court yesterday but business generally was slow Cattle vere dull but good horses and mule colts were in demand Several mule colts changed hands at 50 to 85 WI S Embry sold a threeyearold mulo to Den Bright for 150 Col J P Chandler sends us the fol owing report of W B Bennetts sale The homo farm of 120 acres sold at J5- the other of SO acres went at 40 pairs of mules 240 to 260 pair of horses SSI cows 20 to 25 eight cattle 400 10 steers 1C3 heifer 10 five steers 130 50 hogs 440 to lie 12 acres of hemp 300 baled hay 35c corn 1S5 per shock The plea of Carroll Reid with the proprietors of tho Wnldcck Stable Uessrs Middleton Jungbluth for permission to keep The Picket in train ing has prevailed They have agreed to let the Kentucky horseman try to win a few big races next season with the Falsetto horse The Picket will come back to the races In 1903 in as good shape as he ever was beforeI ikmrier Journal The sale of the farm and effects of T C Brons ton was made yesterday by T D Chenault The farm of 400 acres vas sold to Mr Joe Collins at 90 an acre Dig cattlo brout 7210 a head 10 head of 2yearold cattle brought 10 per head yearling cattle brought 37 50 fat heifers and cows 25 to 37- a bunch of eight heifers sold at 14I mules ranged from 110 to 165 horsesI 30 to 99 Richmond Register Family Skeleton Many a persons famll skeleton IJ a state of veak digestive organs InherIted from careless ancestors Tho skeleton can bo laid to rostby Dr laldwclls laxatlvo Syrup Pepsin JcttQf do so at once otherwise It will log you dally and taep you in con stunt misery and in danger from worse Complications Syrup Pepsin Is u pecltic for indigestion constipation lOadache nUll biliousness Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford nnd C W Adams Hustonvlllo at fiOc and 100 Money back If it falls Celery originated In Germany The chestnut came from Italy The onion originated in EfYptITobacco is a native 6f Virginia The nettle is a native of Europe The citron is a native of Greece The pine is a nativeof America The poppy originated in the East Rye came originally from Siberia Oats originated in Northern Africa Parsley was first known in Sardinia The pear and apple are from Europe Spinach was first cultivated in Arabia How to Cure Corns and Bunions First soak tho corn or bunion in warm water to softun it then pare it down closely as possible without drawIng blood and apply Chamber ains 1uin Halm twice daily rubbing Igorously for live minutes at each implication A corn plaster should ho worn a few days to protect It from the shoo AH a general liniment for pialrm bruises lameness and rhcu latlsm Ialn llalm is uncqiialcd Ior sale by all druggists I am not much of a mathematician said the cigarette but I can add to a mans nervous troubles subtract from his physical energy multiply his aches and pains divide his mental powers take interest from his work and dis count his chances for success Sick headache is caused by n disar l1ered condition of the stomach and Is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stoin chan Liver Tablets For sato by druggists I OTTENHEIM White Davis have a bean on cxhl bitioh in their store that measures ovci 14 inches long James Bros hnved moved their sav mill to Mr W F Dishons on tho Ot tcnhclm and Stanford pike A little girl arrived nt Richard Dye house Thursday night to tho joy ant delight of all and especially to Ephrain Manuel who will be called grandpa Robert Harris while wrestling got his nnklo sprained very bad but is get ting along all right with it now MIss Maggie Livingston is improving mud to tho delight of her host of friends A Judicious Inquiry A well known traveling man who vis Its tho drug trade says ho has often hoard druggists Inquire of customer who asked for a cough medicine whether it was wanted for a olif hi or an adult and if or a child they almost invariably recommended Chamber lains Cough Ilemcdy Tho reason for this U that they know there is no dan ger from it and that it always cures There U not the least danger In giving it and for coughs colds and croup it is unsurpassed For sale by all drug gists A Negro Baptist convention in Texas has eulogized John D Rockefeller as on inspired giver Itfhls may or may not be so it sounds like Booker T fish ing for another dinner hut nobody doubts but that John is certainly an iaspircd getter Middlesboro News Makes Homely Women Pretty No woman no matter how regular her features may bo can becalled prot if hot complexion is ball Urino Lax nth Fniil Syrup aids digestion and clears sallow blotohod complexions by stimulating the liver and bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Hemcmber the name Orlno and refuse to accept any sub stitute Pennys Drug Store Everett Keckley reputed to be from Lexington committed suicide at Kenosha Wis PUBLIC SALE VVr will rll nt ut llu Hiiclloii oil tint nlil lluwkliii luftti iiiiv mllr Mutt vf Morvtuml Koll mHoThullowlllj Milk t o 3urmli l jvnrlliitf livlfers t ywirllntf lt tn tfixxl our flit Ktivr weight I3D cnlvrt Mirnml Spiv s KtKxl iirtxxl nave with lilgl I heavy work horswi t ionle 0 ytiirllnu mules I ymrllng Illly Mcior inlofc lilmtfr iuowiiii iiiiHliiiHf x riding rulltvntorxX Oliver plow liny ruke I corn pliiutrr twn Jliorw wIINon1 mgxj blltl- kIllInl1 ptiniton Ih uuitKy wullhwiigon liuriiM uprlnn WUKOIII WHRonlNil tuKI ilnw mini Imyrnuiif aO tliookii oicorn nnil fotlilvr Shi Imlv at ttriiw tu lKirtiau butliflii whvtit inmrkc liutlml of fyt itrnw rlrkn ftUllJIIIII11 or finnml iinilrr cnih orir thut niiioiiiitiMmllt orlx innnllu on iMiikabltf noto Uiirlui Inlcn t nt n ur olit Hnli nt o lock JloPrMAS WJllTKA MUNH AN ORDINANCE An onllunnre to rwtiulati thv comtruc tlon nlt nitlonrt iinlriiiu nnil r iu iviil of hulldlnll nlld t I eUINIIII tltd ol trlll1 tOil 0 1f11i pml nllvy In tin i Tforni nnru of wiinv- Thf lty Council of the Oily of Ntuiifonl ilo oriliiln in followm No btillilliiKot niiy chnriictcr ilinll l rct il or nmUTlally nlt rnl or nuiln l within tli corKiratt Iliultt of tilt city of itHtifiirtl without the iMrniUtlon of thu rlly council 3 Tli Olty Counrll khall not Krunt nuoli iMriiiU lnii iiiilt it written application iliuretor IM Illwl with tU nlty Irk thrvw UnyiliuforxnrrKUliiror rnllcil inntliiR of thf council wtilrh Hal the looitloii nml of tho liot rt ot1111111111lroIMI1110 til nltfmlur to ln thi kind of nmf anil rlilinnvyi nnil the purio v for which It U to In uwtl The Irlllblollulllniriital to thi bftlllllllOot of tlu city orany of lt iroticrty ifililwni to do o to Any liullUliiK liiniiftrr rirlitl within th roriMiratc Ilinltii of tin city of Htiinfuril In violation of the provuion of thl orill mi net may In rvinnvitl by lilt lty Cniinrll iiiilmlf nml no iiiort of thf h nml nlliyg of tin city may olntruclitl with tht mntiTlHl for vnvtliiK allcrlriL or rr mlrln iHillillnmi an livrtln proviilnl for ilurlnii tin llnif 111 for tho work pro vlilnl tu tittrrx nml wwtrsi un not rtructnl V All vlolatfcn of niiy tit HIP prorUloim of Ihl url lit hlllll Ilixtl not li thlili Vti nor more than lu for wirh ollmw- n Thin orillnancr khiill In form from nnil nftrr IU inibllfiitlnnA Mayor I nIltlIIKI4 Irk Good dressers choose our Overcoats because they meet their most exacting demands Come in and look them over Iteinember we are allowing the largest assortment ever brought to this market WE PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky ih 4 PAINT THIS FALL Theres no better painting time than the fall Weather conditions are usually very favorable to good results J No heavy rains to soak into the lumber ns in the spring No gnats and files to stick to the fresh paint Its best to protect your buildings ngain t winter leather Youll get a good job if you paint now witn r f I Jr fN 11o 1o1fI Come to ui for color cards J SOLD BV WILL N CRAIG I Druggist and Optician DE ITC ptMEFs DEWs DEfilES GEORGE H HARRIS o Stanford Kentucky I George D Hopper I Stifccf Or to J K VniiArMlnlc Jcn1or in Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field SeedsI I ask n portion of tho patrunngo of tho people of Statiibrtl and Lincoln county promising tliti lPt goods at tho most rcnfonnlilo price George D Hopper Stanford Ky j DANVILLE SHOE STORE WoodsonSnlloo Successors to Cald well Lanier DANVILLE KENTUCKY When in town ECO our lino of GUll Metal Shoes for Wumoii Mim and Children Our Grovern cant lx Initt Thoy caro for tho under poU Our Dr ItntHlti Shoe with ciuliioii sole fur mon make die rough places easy Kvcry thing in Gents Furnifihingt Splendid lino of Trunk liagn nnd Suit CIIMW Keep in touch with us Goo I1 Crow Sal lIuUl W B McRoberts Soils IvuiIccs Keady Mixed Paiute Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper Whitp Lead and finsced Oil Also A Tested and SureBed Bug Destroyer UMBRELLAS Rocororcd and repaired and made almost ts good as new for n amount I can Bz your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for lens money Give me a trial FHAMK ATKIKS Stanford Rich Hanging Fork Farm For Rent oiHlsUorjID known us till iriniin nliiri uiiir tin1 old DiiWMin mill with X or iiiiTi of hiinp luiiil nnil ncrvH of friith rorn liinil 3 iirro for ojitu iilKiut tho MIIIIH In inviulow mid thn rriunliulcr Mun IIrllllll ImiiroTcmiiitii nml plucu will wiitiivil Will for rent for Hvvfrulyvim Apply to T J KiMtiT Htiuiforil Ky DaJ Traylor DEALCR IN Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc KYII IISTANFORD TO THE LADIES I linvr opcnoil n DrcMiimklni Kitnlill h iiiciitnt my liomvoii fnll Aviiiiniiiiulii thiiru ulhPINllroruljt of thn Imlliii of IhU roiiiiiiiiiiltv proinUliiM Mitltfactory work llv nicii Minn UnoiiA WiitTf Htanlonl Ky PUBLIC SALE I Iliivlnit solil my farm nnd lIIhlllll to 111 tliI coulIIy lit UIIC I will III II- IIlhlt 110 mllm North of CVnh Orcliiinl plkooitVtHlnuwlnycommnncliiu rolllltb at tin rol hllKIIi liiti toiioii Hot liariic nUnit iNirrili corn In Ilic IliidCkl Inilo of liny M oiilciiulotroom milt cont llIl onu elicnut curly lllrch llptOdntu Uilrooni sultcott ITUionu uooU IXIwnnlroU Ilriitiivlii carpvtn niiu InuraVn fiiriHit nm llridfliux oak rpfrlKcrntor cnliiiut riiiiKUKiiMliiuintovt itiiiniiir clmlrit oak hilt ruck iiinhoimiiy Ithrury clnilr rollortoii hook ciiso lot of rockcra Inllrlotlave irurtnliu wlmlor similes old KimlliliMtniul tnhlunml mnnyothcr things too to btJltlollTvrnm nuicle known on clay 0 uu fIIII1I CDpfClally Invltvd JIHH J II JONKH Uol J t OliiuidliT Auut Crnb Orchard