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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Th r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 31 1905 NO 60 OTTENHEIM Hugh Sprat Is touching up Pine Grovo church with n nice coat ol paint Up till this writing Joe Colemun has not unearthed that pot of gold ho has been digging niter mention of which was made In our last letter M Mulllns who Is teaching school at Sugar Grove and lives half n mllo bo low Ottcnhctm has u walk orJ J miles night and morning which makes a ills tone of oycr 100 miles during his sos slop of school J P Shaw and wife of Preachers vllle were In this section Sunday with relatives Mrs Margaret Griffin and Miss Maggie James both daughters of Ephrnlm James are very low with con sumptlon Andrew Johnson who has been making Oklahoma his homo for tho last four years It visiting the honicfolka Tho Sunday school pupils ut Pino Grovo church gave a treat Sunday evening of a variety of goul things such us cake candy banana lemonade etc It will bo U day long to bo remembered by the little children who ato to their hearts content of UM daintlos prepay ed for them About 100 people partook of the feast Will You love Mo When Im Old I would ask of you my darling A question soft and low That gives me many a heartache As the months como and go Your love I know Is truthful Yet tho truest love grows toll It is this that I wouldask you Will you love mo when Im oldT t Down tho stream of life together Wo are side by side Hoping some bright day to anchor Soft Uiyom the surging tide Today our sky Is cloudless hut tho night may clouds unfold And Its storms may gather round Will you love me when Im old IIWhen my hair shall be like snowdrifts mine eyes shall dimmer grow I would loan upon some loved ono In tho valley aa I go I would claim of you a promise Worth to mo a world of gold It Is only this my darling That youll love mo when Im old t Contributed Dont Bo Upon Foloy Co Chkago originated Rout y and Tar as u throat and lung remedy and ou account of the groat merit and polarity of Polcyn honey nml Tar many Imitation tiro uttered for the gonulno Thtwo worthless imitation have similar sounding tames lfewaro of them Thu gunu Ino KoloyV honey and Tar la In yel low nckaKC Ask for It mud mfiuo any substitute it lit tho lost remedy for coughs and uiildH Pennys Drug- Store A man who Is fond of working out statistics and astronomical calculations figures that tho cotton factories of Lan canshlre England at present spin about 155000000 miles of thread n day so that In six seconds they can make enough to go around the art In one month thoy con spin enough to reach from here to tho moon Tho product of 18 days would reach from the sun to Neptune Counting 310 working days in the year it would take them at this rate 600 years to spin onough thread to roach tho nearest star- Mystery Deepens Mystery ditptns ns to why HO many millions persist in suffering from such fearful Intllotlou as dyspepsia eon Htlpatlon etc whon they could so easily get rid of every ono of tholr troubles by a Vow doses of Or Cnld trolls Inxlttvo Syrup 1opsln have you tried It If not do so today Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adam Ilustonvlllo lit fiOu and 100 Money buck If fats No break has appeared in tho Rus- Sian strike and the situation is more acuto than ever It is believed that Czar Nicholas will formally yield nnd Rive Count Witto full powers Gen L Troi oir has become hia ally There are 00000 troops in Petersburg and 200 000 Idle me- nInsomnia and Indigestion Cured Last year had a very severe ate tuck of Indigestion could not sleep lit night and suffered mostoxcruelatlng pains for three hours utter each meal I was troubled this WilY for about three months when I used Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets and re ceived Immediate relief says John Dixon Tullamorc Ontario Canada For sale by all druggists Pa whats a bank examiner rA bank examiner 7 Oh hes tho man who goes around and examlnea thebank after tho cashier has looted it Orleans Lee 8V was killed by a train near Shephordsvl1le MATRIMONIAL Guatav Jcntsch and Miss Sophia Hal mcr will be married today Hobert Harris and Miss Julia Winter each 16 were married at Columbus Ind It is said that Mine Lillian Nordicn tho prima donna Is to bo married to nn Idaho millionaire mine owner Mr Will W White ti prosperous farmer of the Moroland section will bo married tomorrow to Miss Sullle Chris man splendid young lady of tho Went EndMr Hartwell Pickett wellknown and wellliked here was married in Loukvltle to Miss Lizzie Hokc of Spen cer county Mr Pickett is a brother of Mrs Will Severance of this place and Is a prominent young farmer of Shelby They will reside in Spencer Mr William Whcrltt and wife of Lanonatcr will celebrate their golden wedding Wednesday Nov This oc casion will not only bo tho 60th anniversary of Mr Wheritts welding but the 80th anniversary of his birth as well lie cornea of a long lived family Mr and Mrs William Warren of Hoylq announce tho engagement of their daughter Joan Hamilton Davies Warren to Mr John J Hutchison of Lexington The marriage will bo cole brand some time In January at Mr and Mrs Warrens country home Warren wood near Danville Miss Warren is un exceedingly handsome and lovable young woman highly accomplished and very popular Mr Hutchison a prom inent young business man of tho Blue Grass capital The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Alex ander Moores and Mr Arthur F Har nett was solemnized Oct 25th at Seel backs Hotel Louisville Dr E L Powell pastor of the First Christian church officiating Miss Moores is the eldest daughter of C C Moores the wellknown lumberman of Shclbyville and is a charming young woman Sho U n social favorite in her home town and her graciousness has made her a welcome guest in many Stanford homes Mr Barnett is a son of tho late G It Barnett and is ono of Lincoln countys most prosperous young business med Immediately after luncheon which was served at the residence of Mrs F P Rddlcnmn tho brides sister tho happy couple left for home A PniKNi We heartily agree with tho Danville Advocate when Itsny8UThnt n law should be in force whereby n minister is entitled to a certain amount for per forming the holy rites of matrimony was forcibly illustrated yesterday when a young Harrodsburg couple was mar tied in this city by ono of the leading ministers Tho clergyman was put to considerable trouble in being taken away from his study for the Sunday services to perform the ceremony and when the task was finished tho groom in a manly way took him by the hand and with his face all aglow with happiness said Brother I certainly do appreciate whatyou have done for me Tho minister looked somewhat pleased but was unable to say a word and the groom with his new bride walked out the front door while the clergy man was left to think about tho fat fee he didnt get- Wednesday last as tho clock struck tho hour of noon at the residence of Mr II P Shewmakor at Moreland in tho presence of 25 relatives and friends Miss DoliuH Coffey and Mr Madison Englunmn were joined in the holy bon of matrimony Rev W G Montgom cry olllclaUng The bride Is the orphan daughter of Mr and Mrs IL B Coffey both parents dying when she was quite young She inado her home with her aunt and cousin Mrs E K Shewmaker and son and wo will leave it to the friends who know her to say what u picky prizo Mntt has drawn Mr Englcman Is a son of the late Sam uel Englcman of Shelby City having been in the general merchandise busi ness at that place for several years un til lately when he accepted traveling position with tho Forward Shoe Co of Cincinnati 0 Immediately after the ceremony the guests were invited to tho dining room where n bountiful re past hind been prepared and although tho rain was coming bown In torrents the happy little crowd wits merry until lato in the afternoon Mr nnd Mrs Engleman received several handsome and costly presents They left More land on the evening train for Paducah where they will visit tho family of Mr and Mrs S G Logan who are rela tives of tho bride After a few weeks visit they will return to Moreland and board with II P Shewmaker and film ily for the present The many friends of tho happy couple wish them n long useful nnd happy life S Plans Inoue been accepted by the Lin coin Savings Bank for the erection of a 12story building at Fourth avenue and Market street Louisville to be completed within 18 months The Federal fever fighters In New Orleans regard the victory as practi cally won NEWS NOTES James Hlackctcr a farm hand was run down and ground to pieces by a train ncar Frankfort King Oscar has formally recognized tho separation of Sweden nnd Norway Ills title will bb King of Sweden nnd Goth Wends Howard C Irwin of Louisville in prison for three years for passing rais ed bills has confessed his guilt and may be indicted for perjury The towboat Sprague the most pow erful steamer of tho kind in the world will leave for the South this week with the largest tow of coal ever handled by a towboat W D Coker of King and Queen county Va shot and killed his wife and two children nnd laid out their hod ies after killing H E Gressem lie also killed himself A fruit steamer collided with tho lighthouse tender on which was Presi dent Roosevelt All escaped injury nnd n revenue cutter took the party to tho cruiser West Virginia Mrs Mary Thacker widow of Wil liam Thacker who was hanged by n mobat Flcmingsburg has filed suit ngaiirt wellknown citizens of Flem ingsburg for 0000 damages Thomas W Lawson has sued Horace J Stevens of Hancock Midi for 20 000 damages alleging that his reputa tion has been damaged to this extent by reason of libelous statements made by the defendant A verdict for 10000 was returned in the Shelby circuit court against Ginn Co of Chicago in tho suit brought by K A Burton county school superin tendent for alleged breach of contract in the solo of school books Mr Roy McKinney was elected pres ident of the United Daughters of the Confederacy over Mrs James P Tar vin of Covington nnd Miss Caby Pro man of Ghent Mrs Basil W Duke was elected honorary president for life The suitcase mystery of Boston har bor of Sept 21 when the torso of a woman was found was revived by the finding of another suitcase containing the arms and logs of a woman supposed to bo the missing members of the tor so Definite steps were taken at St Louis for inaugurating the operative plans of tho United States Independent Tele phone Co It was decided to have two equipment plants one at Rochester and one at St Louis each with a capital of 6000000The St Charles saloon at Mays villc known from Pittaburg to New Orleans and incidentally the only sa loon in that section of the State where a court had convened is to pass out of existence a reading and reepetion room taking its place- Strenuous opponents of race suicide are Mr and Mrs Fred Hcise of Owos so Mich whose 20th child is just born All the score of youngsters from Fred Jr who is 21 and the oldest down to tho last little girl who has just opened her eyes to the world are healthy and happyWhile temporarily deranged ns the result of a severe nervous attack of several days Maj Marmaduke B Bow den shot himself in his room at tho Wil Inrd Hotel Louisville The bullet pass ed through the loft breast missing the heart by u narrow margin It is be lieved that ho will recover FREE IF IT FAILS Pennys Drug Store Say They Do Not Charge Anything For VInol Unless It Gives SatisfactoryResults When nsked by n reporter of the JOURNAL how ho could make such a broad otter in regard to any medicine Mr Penny of Pennys Drug Store re pliedIf Vinol were n patent or secret preparation It would be another thing but it is not everything it contains is named on the label- Vinol Is simply tho uptodate form of administering cod liver oil which for centuries has been recognized as tho grandest of all body building agents for wasted human strength nnd vitality and during tho last five years we have seen it produce such grand results that we are now willing to back it with any kind of n guarantee- In Vinol wo have simply done away with the useless systemclogging oil and have given to the people all the medicinal bodybuilding elements of cod liver oil in n highly concentrated and deliciously palatable form and we have never sold in our store a medicine of more curative and strengthcreating value than Vinol and if the people of Stanford only realized its value we would not have clerks enough in our store to supply tho demand for It Inn natural manner Vinol tones up the di gestive organs makes rich red blood and creates strength We can only ask the people of Stanford to try it on our guarantee Pennys Drug Store- I t HUSTONVILLE Some very desirable farms contain ing from 75 to 2 0 acres of blue grassland for sale Write for particulars to W It Williams Old Honest Mike nnd Level Best For 20 years have stood the test For comfort health and wearendurance Theyre better than n life insurance See Woodson Sallee Prof It S Eubank and Chas Wheel er attended the annual meeting at Lex ington last week of the Imperial Grand Lodge of Royal Eagles of the World Mr Wheeler was elected supreme em peror for the ensuing year A Hunn and Robert Hudson of Co lumbia are1 here with 23 good cotton and sugar mules sold to Fox d Bright at Danville Uriah Dunn loft Sunday for Barn well S C where he expects to be busy in the horse and mule trade for the next five months Miss Ida Twidwell beloved daughter of Mrs John S Johnson died of heart failure at tho home of her sister Mm Lizzie Porgy at Elkton on Friday Af ter a most impressive service at the grave by Dr Green of Danville the remains were laid to rost on the family lot in the cemetery here Sunday after noonTrado with our merchants is better than for several years and their large stock is being augmented daily keep Ing pace with the increased demands and with uptodate goods November is again with us and with it comes the sail recollection of our baptism of fire that swept nearly the entire business portion ofour city and which was believed to be a calamity but was a blessing in disguise Ed C Hopper nnd daughter Miss Mellc leave Saturday for n six months sojourn on the Pacific slope Miss Tu lia Stngg nnd J G Wcatherford spent last week in Cincinnati buying goods for their greatly increased trade Unusually interesting among their many lines replenished nnd purchased is an exceedingly large and varied stock of Christmas goods Miss Amanda Stone and George D Wcatherford accompan- Ied them to the Queen City IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Emilcnc Dawes of Buffalo left in her will 5000 for Berea College George Pope a wellknown merchant of Bell county died from an overdose of morphineW Hcrndon of Lancaster was badly hurt in n wreck on the South ern He is apostal clerk Plans for n large hotel to be built near the C N 0 T P depot for the use of railroad employes and the traveling public may be drawn in a few days says the Advocate Sheriff George Chinn of Harrods burg was appointed by Gov Beckhnm as one of the 30 Kentuckians as dele gates to the National Mining Congress which is to be held in El Paso Texas from Nov 14 to 18 William Young of Middlesboro was given a life sentence in tho penitentia ry Young killed Geo Love last Feb runty nnd with five others hauled the body into the woods where it was found three days afterward covered with snowMrs Annie Mount of Lancaster through her counsel lion Robert Hard ing has filed suit in the Mercer circuit court against the Cincinnati Southern for 2000 damages says the Danville Nows Mrs Mount claims that she was compelled to remain several hours in the waiting room of the Burgin depot without fire which experience seriously impaired her health The city council of Somerset passed an ordinance ordering an election to be held Jan 21 for the purpose of taking the vote on the Carnegie Libra ry matter Mr Carnegie has offered to give 16000 for the establishment of a free library in Somerset provided the town will donate 1600 per annum for the sustenance thereof The town has agreed to pay onehalf of this and the educational board the other half Doctors said He would not Live Peter Fry Woodruff Pa writes After doctoring for two years with tho best physicians in Wuynesburg and still getting worse tho doctors advised mo it I hind any businos to attend to I lad better attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend and I Immediately sent my son to the store for It and after taking three bottles I begun to get better and continued to improve until 1 was entirely well Pennys Drug Store H Grumpier of Tampa Fla was robbed of 200 in money and a draft for 6469 by pickpockets in Louisville The draft was found a short time later in tho rear of a Market street saloon A largelyattended thanksgiving serv ice was held in New Orleans In view of the abatement of yellow fever You Are Invited 1 To pay my store a lengthy call that you may inspect the many new mud uptodate and desirable things I have so carefully taught for this seasons sellingMy Stock Was Never So Complete As it is this season I have never owned quite ns handsome n lot of good things at ono time I am sure I salt please your taste I nm positive 1cm save you money Dont buy one cents worth of goods until you have gone thoroughly through my stock of Pull unit Winter Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Boots Hats and Caps Ladies Skirts and Cloaks La dies and Gents Furnishings Rubber Footwear Etc A Dollar Saved Is A Dollar M- adeSAMROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY rBargains In Buggies On account of having to give pos session of out Buggy House on Jan 1906 we will close out our stockat Reduced Prices You can afford to buy a Rig now for next Summer W H HIGGINSST- ANFORD KY LrIThe CountyFinancial CITIZENS BANK- OF BRODHEAD KY Doers to the People a SystemAccounts Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your husiue8s and we guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation Pay 8 per cent interest on all deposits of 8100 or more when left in the haul mid not checked upon for a t period of six mouths 10 J W HUTCHESON Cashier t The Pennsylvania Lines Will have Very Low OnoWny Kates to points in California Oregon Washington e timid interme hate points every day from Sept 15 to Oct 81 Full information can bo obtained at City Ticket Office Fourth tad Walnut Sts Stutter Pearl and Butler Streets Cincinnati 0 Abbotts office Cot ingtnn Kor write Geo W Weedon A G P A Cincinnati Ohio W B McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD It Sells Kurfecs Heady Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper VhitohLead and Linseed Oil AlsoiA Tested and Sieged Bug Destroyer aefdv 1 J tThe Interior Journal t tE C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For UoprcsoutntUe- It J M ALVERSON Judgefynyi R C WARREN For County Attorney W S BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For County ClerK GEORGE COOPER For Assessor W A CARSON For Superintendent of Schools Y GARLAND SINGLETON ti For Jailer i W I HERRIN FOR MAGISTRATES a Stanford District Jas A Dudderai Hustonville W M Dudderar Crab Orchard D J Smith Waynesburg Dave R Adams No man with a spark of democrat can afford to do otherwise than vote the straight democratic ticket this time First place a better lot of men were a never found on a ballot and secondly the democrats deserve to win on their splendid record of the four years tha will end Jan 1 The county is in bet- terI shape than it has been for a long time and the endorsement asked by the party in power and the party responsible for the flourishing condition of the r countys affairs should be given in no uncertain tones The republicans an making all kinds of promises the democrats have shown what they can do Mark your ballot in the circle under the rooster and your vote will be recorder for a party that does things and which does not exist by foolish promises ai does the party whose emblem is the log cabin IN the rightcorner of the ballot to be voted at the election Nov 7 iaa copy of the act submitting theques tion of changing the constitutional manner of voting from the secret ballot to the viva voce and manly method of vot ing Stamp in the square following the Yes and help relieve the State of a cumbersome as well as fraud breeding method of voting Most of our election woes have sprung from the secret bal lot Lets return to first principles by r adopting the viva voce system GEORGE W ALBRECHT editor of the Middlesboro News was unanimously chosen captain of tho Middlesboro Com pany of State Guard just mustered in A good selection Now let CaptAI brecht march his company after Frank Ball and the rest of those charged with murder who have been defying civil officers and keep the boys marching until the last one of the culprits is safe behind jail bars This done Capt Al brecht can have anything he wants from a scat in Congress down PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has appointed former Gov David R Francis of Mis souri a special commissioner to visit 43c foreign governments and extend to them the thanks of tho United States t for taking part in the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition held in St Louis last year Why not write a letter to each and thereby save thousands and thous ands of dollars TUE editor of this paper acknowledges with thanks his appointment as well as that of Mr J B Paxton as delegates to the Southern Conference on ar Immigration and Quarantine to be held at Chattanooga Nov 9 and 10 The delegates were named by Gov Beck ham THE Casey News speaks of Mr Hood 0 Worthington of Boyle as Mr Wet hingtqn Brer Thomas should learn the name of the recent convert to re publican ranks before he promises such h hearty support IF Judge Parker carried a life insure r ance policy as all provident men do he was running against his own money in the presidential contest No wonder he got left POLITICAL 1S Cantwell late speaker of the House of Representatives is itIndianaB Parks of Garrard county himself as a prohibition for representative i Former President Grover Cleveland has written a letter indorsing Mayor McClellans candidacy for reelection in New York Owing to Illhealth Senator Ioraker of Ohio has been compelled to cancel all speaking dates for the remainder of the campaign Former President Clevejand attt1ndctl the unveiling of the monument erected in tho memory of J Sterling Morton Secretary of Agriculture under Mr ClevelandGov I Cox has formally un nounced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for governor of Tennessee and made his opening speech ut Shelbyville District Attorney Jerome announced that if reelected ho will ask an appro priation for the retention of Charles E Hughes as special counsel to prose cute the insurance scandals Federal Judge A M J Cochran of Maysvillc has announced the rcup pointment of J H Cook of Somerset as United States commissioner of the Somerset district for another term of four years The monthly statement of the collection of internal revenue shows tlmt during the month of September 1905 the total receipts from this source were 21224573 an increase as compared with September 1JXM of 1212317 Here and There Bishop Berry of Buffalo N YM snys Methodist ministers should be better paidWholesale cuts are expected in all the government departments as a result of the treasury deficit- Commander Eva Booth of the Salvi tion Army is critically ill in New York duo chiefly to fatigue Edward Bethel after making an attempt to kill his wife at Munsinf Mich drowned himself Miss Geraldine S Shaw of Louisville figures as the victim of a 3000 diamond robbery at Oakland Cal Frank C Bostock the lion tamer was attacked and badly lacerated by a lion during his performance at Paris FranceOfficials of the Southern railway Md Illinois Central are in Nashville arrang ing for the takipg over of the Tennessee Central Capt James G Wright 85 years age and formerly a wealthy banker of Southern Indiana shot and killed him self at Indianapolis The great Shinto rites were held in a okio cemetery Admiral Togo addressed the departed spirits eulogizing heir deeds in battle The cruiser West Virginia with President Roosevelt aboard was picked up from Washington by wireless u distance of 1100 miles In a fire at Raliegh N C that de Itroyed the priests house at Nazareth Orphanage three persons were seriously injured one perhaps fatally As the result of the bursting of a water main in one of Chicagos principa streets three persons lost their lives and property to the amount of 160001 waS destroyed To The Voters Of Waynesburg Mag isterial District The democracy of this district have entrusted me with the nomination for tho office of justice of the peace Economy toward tax payers and honesty toward every citizen regardless of party affiliation shall be my rule of induct in the event of my election The furnishing of tools by the county court for working dirt roads is a wise measure and was first suggested by n democratic Legislature and enacted as- a law by the same body As a member of the fiscal court I would use every gitimate means which would not lead to extravagance and wastefulness of county revenues to place all dirt roads In the best possible condition and in the administration of my office would oppose excessive taxation in every form D R ADAMS Some Seasonable Advice- It may be a piece of superfluous ad- vlco to urge people at this season of- tho year to lay In a supply of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is almost sure to bo needed before winter Is over and much more prompt and satisfactory results are obtained when taken as soon as a cold is contracted and before It has become settled in tho sst- em which can only be done by keepI- nJC the remedy at hand This remedy Is HO widely known and so altogether good that no one should hesitate ahout buying it in preference to un- other It Is for stile by all druggists FUN for everybody Halloweec party tonight in the house just vacated by- Dr W N Craig Come Admission to all the fun rdrefreshments Chocolate and candy extra A Card Tills is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If foleys Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents srlous results from a cold Cures la rlppe cough and prevents pneumonia consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in a yellow package efufte substitutes Pennys Drug 8tlJre y q 4CHURCH MATTERS The Christian churches aTe preparing for a fouryears crusade to culmlnatoj in tho centennial in 1909 at The Tennessee Methodist Confcren adopted resolution calling for the ex pulsion of Senator Reed Smoot from tho United States Senate All members of the Baptist church are requested to attend a church meet- Ing at their church hero on Wcdnead evening Nov 1 By order of tho deil consTho meeting at the Christian church if still in progress and growing in in tores every day Eld J Q Montgoi cry expounding the scriptures with great power Adair News The Christian church extension boards 17th annual report shows unnu al receipts 4665482 also 50000 In real estate and interest anti loans ro turned 3442357 total 18103333 The total annual contributions of the Christian Womens Board of Missions were 20479715 Three new mission ries were sent to Jamaica three to South America three to Porto HICO Tour to Mexico and five to India According to the report of the general Secretary of the International Sunday School Association there ure now 14108305 Sunday school scholars in the world There are 151583 Sunday schools and 1522473 teachers Dr E L Powell closed his series of meetings at the Christian church Ww ncsday night Isis stay of 10 das here has been one greatly enjoyed all who heard him No one is able to put an estimate on the great good accomplished by such a broadminded IInd remarkable thinker as Dr Powell Jcssamine Journal- A series of meetings will begin at the Christian church Sundry morning say i Cynthiana dispatch The church has been preparing for this meeting for sev ral weeks The pastor W E Ellis has preached a number of sermons to stir up the members of the church to greater interest and has also made a personal appeal to every member of his congregation to leave off the social gath rings during these meetings in order to make this a time of spiritual earnest nessto think and work and pray for he unsaved To The Voters Of Lincoln County I have been selected by the republican executive committee as the republican candidate for sheriff I accept the nomination and respectfully ask the support of the 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 MENEFEEI Life is Embittered Life Is too often embittered by tho grievous pains and suffering caused by dyspepsia In one or other of Its many forms No other disease covers uch a wide rango of symptoms or causes such varied suffering to Its victims Stomachache headache lizziness nausea biliousness concil iation fever etcIall are duo to this OM dreadful disease No wonder hat thousands are so enthusiastic iver this euro of their disease by Dr taldwells laxative Syrup PepsIn It in a most marvelous potent and nlversul cure Try It Sold by G- L Penny Stanford andC W Adorns tustonvllle at COc and dlOO Money back if It falls I Four persons were killed and 26 others injured in a wreck on tho- Fe Santa railroad near Kansas City TO THE LADIES I I have opvmtl n DrestmaklnR KitnlitUh lIIent nt my homo on IogllnInliollnIIIMk- u stare of the imtronacu of the ladle immunity promising sntUfnctory work lvemoutrnl Mix KIIODA WIIITK Htnnford Ky For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated Jut ouuldo of tuwu limits on the Somerset pike Rouse has 7 rooms kitchen and icr nts room good cellar stable and all cestary outbuildings Water hydrant tbe yard and one for stock J P BAILEY McKinney Woolen Mills McKinnoy Kentucky Innufncturorsof LhtseysFInnnel nnketsondYarn Mead us yourwoollu tllk wool In oxclmiiKu for work nllowlni c Htitlifitctlou gtarantced- II or write for prices and Inforiuntlon AgCIIIK wllnted Rlell Hanging Fork Farm For Rent e iinUIiot 210 known us the Ormnn 1111111111 the old Dnwion nulls with a ov acres Kood hemp hind anti 40 acre rrollb corn mml Winre for outs iilxiut illlllO In jnendow nnd thu rctniiliulcr blue IInl8o Iinprnviiiients Hood mid plats well wlltlItI will Iw for rent for nxveriilyenrn AIIII to T J Konter Hlanforil Ky OTEL PROPERTY AND STAILE FOR SALE I I desire to privately my hotel proper ty anti livery stable In lid- Ing can be used HS hotel or private residence IInd Is well arranged for two undue Hta has 20 stalls und Is In good repair 1len ty water at turn iind Ifbouto Is not by Jan 1st will runt It for one year wee and burn newly covered Hotel Urudcd Hchool district For further panic oddrelstD lluitonvtlle Ky rterI I UNDERWEAR J l t No part of a mans dress is more necessaryIin winter than his Underwear Our stock is especially fine this time Inthe Balbrigan color we have a nice quality ribbed at 50c per garment and a very fine one indeed at per garment A cotton fleeced very heavy and a good one at 50c Wrights Health wool fleeced at per garment I have the agency for Robert Reis Royal Silk Plush the nicest and most pleasant Underwear orr the market today and 150 per garment oty 275 a suit All sizes J H J MROBERTS STANFORDI H F HILLENMEYER C SON Blue Crass Nurseries tr ngon KY over for the Kail of IWSn full stock of trult and ornamental ttvs n tines mtpnri gun small fruits rhutarbshrubs He W employ no agents but sell dlnxst to tt planter Catalogue on application PUBLIC SALE I Having decldtd toqult farming I will TUEHfttYOCTSIMTJUG Hell lit nurtlon at my farm Ii east of UorelantlKythfollowing ltr11 ed property Four good intlkcowi23 yearling IRttlra calves z brood mares 3 work horses utn good family horeIwork mules MiCo muck blather comparatively new MrOo mnck mower twoliorsa wagon buaR bucklioard sets of buggy harness Wc tbiirows roll IIOWhurnltier 8acrv stalk field straw furnish good to teed miller Horn botuehoid and kitchen furniture Tvrm month knownentiny ofade Male brglna 10 oclock prompt J 1lItTJoU HII THE VERDICT I Hc doors window screen nml screen lug llluoHlumoWickleiis oil moves Lee Uurtnlni Hhmlei Voles llnick rte Carpets Hugs Mattings Iortlerrei lurtnin Vnrfwi Hlrctehrlrull llruihes to remove witter etc from floor by section Ciirpetund Uulldluc PnfnrIBoon Windows Wall laKr Paint Vnrnli Htaln nnd Knnmels Pictures Kriunei kind liuggics New nml Old Furniture ionte hind hie you nn name ordethln we do not keep Good Uv pry of horses nnd buggies sad feed Kxcellent undertukingequlpaptntg- l7enty of burns und fwil Tlrlni donci Pruitt BrothersMorelnnil Ky MOORE OFFUTTS Second Ixjt Sale at Corbin Ky on Nov 1 At 1 oclock A Good Lot Free to the Public rhtzo LoU are Desirably Located on Barbourvillo and Ilainlin Streets i 5room House on Corner Lot J8x 125 foot with good Well e EASY PAYMENTS tMooro C OlTult AglB Do You Want a Home If o wo can furnish you one nny kind on Want 011110 for niloa trriit viirlety or fnrmn dwelling houses bushes Louse nlld butlnets propositions If You Want a Farm write us what kind of n place you nro look- Ing for what size what Improvements there located how much you lire willing to nvent and any other pertinent Information Ve havu forms of und and we are certain to Intercut you If price ou are on the market A postal card will ring you one of our printed lists OENTKAliKY HKALKHTATKCO H KYOONO President LeBanon Ky e t c jt W H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler 4 J STANFORD KENTUCKY t The Latest In Jlwflr1 Hllnr OulcliJWntchelnndClock o r I PENNYS DRUG STORE THE OTHER DAY 1 gut my feet wet The next morning had a ball cough I kept a bottle of Pennys White Pine and Tar On my desk anti every limo I felt like roughing J took n sipjust enough to wet my throat und by night my oughWOII gone 25 Cents a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky TO THE LADIES Wo have returned from tho Cities with n nlcu line of Full and Winter tints Will Rind to have tho ladles call und axe online our stock bran KINO Ann Miss II Kin INK Crab Orchard Ky MILLINERY I New Full and Winter Millinery Just reo calved consisting of finga lints with sever Thelnediescall mind see them toIMrs Kite Myers Hustoiville c F Severance u and Son STANFORD KY OUT 31 lOOi Now Its Pennys White Pino am DrugStore PERSONALS MRS J C HAYS Is with relative In PrincetonMiss MYRTLI OBANNON is with friends at Brodhcad Mn L B NUNNELLEY is out utter a Revere but brief attack MR HuneiiT CARPENTER is hero from State College Lexington MRS I S Buituirrr of Crab Orch ard was hero yesterday shopping MRS SAMUEL HELM returned from n visit to Knoxville relatives yesterday MISS LlLUB MOOKE of Casey has been with her sister Mrs Ed Wllkin son Dn R It HOURIOAN of Marion joined his wife and children hero Friday MRS J W JAms of Crab Orchard was on yedtenliys Louisville bound train MR G A BENEDICT and wife of Washington county are here with friends MR W C SwiNFonu and wife of Brodhcod were guesta of Dr and Mrs V R Beck MESSRS SHELBY TRIIUILE and Chas Greene of Jcllico spent Sunday with friends here MR JONAS McKENZie of Mt Ver non visited his brother John V Me Kcnzlc last week MRS M F ELKIN and daughter Mrs E P Moritz of Lexington aro with Mrs Kate Miller MRS JOSIK RANEY left last week for Pikeville Md Sho was detained hero several days by Jllneas MR J M REYNOLDS the merchant prince of lieu Lick went to Louisville yesterday to buy goods MESSRS M F ROUT and T D Chestnut of Canard spent Saturday and Sunday with friends here MESSRS JOHN R Wntpp and Will S Stone of Liberty went up to Corbir yesterday on a prospecting tour JOHN BECK of Lincoln county was visiting his many friends In Russell county Jamestown Cor Adair News Mn SHBLTON M SAUKLEY of Frankfort spent Sunday with his wife hero They returned home yesterday morn ingMRS E J WILLIS and daughter Miss Mary Burnham of Carlisle arc spending the week with Mrs J F Co ver Miss FLORENCE TANNER of Mc Kinney went up to Brodhcad yester day to visit her sister Mrs W K Shugars DR W M Doones of Crab Orch ant was here yesterday Ho uayn the democratic party is In fine shape in the Fast End MRS ANNA HOLTZCLAW left yester day for Spear Fish South Dakota to look after her interests She will be absent several months MESSRS M F ROUT and T D Chestnut of Marksbury attended the Cth Sunday meeting and were guests of Mr Harry D Aldridge TUB Warren Grigsby chapter will meet with Mrs W IL Higglns at 230 this afternoon instead of with Mrs J C Hays as stated last issue MRS RERAN and daughter MinrMuv ale B Regan of Cincinnati have ar rived at Ottcnhcim the former to take tho position of housckeepcrfor Rev A IIcllin eINbrn lays It of Crab Orchard having been hero waiting on Mrs 11 C Far ris when of course we meant Mrs Sa bra McClure Miss MINNIE MORIARITY of Louisville who hall been visiting friends at t Ottcnhcim was a pleasant caller at this office yesterday Sho returned to Louisville at 217 P M MR S II MARTIN has returned from Va feeling slightly better fLynchbur his son Willie anddaugh ter Mrs Sandidgc who used to bo Miss Berda Martin are both enjoying good health and aro happily located j Aft Vernon SignalIMR AND MRS J M CARTER Moreland take charge of the old Mor row residence on the corner of Main and Columbia streets Nov and will keep a firstclass boarding house Mr J R Edmiston of Crab Orchard was hero I for Mountaineer several days this weekSomerset HALLOEEN Look fop gates t IT IS YOUR MOVE ItDont procrastinate for you know the game well enough to realize there is nothing to be gained by waiting You have no idea unless you are in touch with the market pf the enormous advance in Leather Cotton and Woolen goods We made a good move when we purchased three months ago our arge stock at low water mark prices and marked them accordingly Now it is your time to move as we are right at your door with a good force of salespeople to wait on you and the largest stock of goods ever shown in this section See our Cloaks Suits Skirts Waists Underwear Blankets Shoesj Dress Goods Comforts Carpets Rugs In fact everything in stylish and comfortable winter goods Yours will be a good move if you come now LOCALS SKIHTSWC have an especially line showing of 5 skirts Severance Son TUB C WBlIi will meet nt the Christian church at 230 Wednesday af tornoon NICK line ladies skirts jackets am childrens cloaks W E Perkins Oral OrchardSAT Stanford Green louses bulbs of nil kinds now ready John Chrlsrnan proprietor LOT withLL W en graved on it Leave at this office and get reward NEW ARRIVAL coals Suits and Cloaks Some brand new styles Sev crnnco Son BRTTKH yourGrate School tax now Penalty ROCS on Dec W 0 Walker treasurer ATTEND the sale of MCarter Sr near Moreland today He has Iota of things to dispose of Six tier cent will be added to your city taxes if not paid before Nov It G Jones collector WE kept some of the prettiest coats from our cloak show Como and set them Severance Son I HAVE clewani pressing and general repair business Suits made new Give mo a trial Ed Wilkinson CALL and see ono the greatest lines of overcoats and suits ever on sale in the East End W E Perkins Crab Orchard WILL pay tho highest cash price for your eggs turkeys geese guineas and all fowls also beef hides anti ginseng II H Northcott Stanford Ky Quit Great Sacrifice will last just two more weeks We leave about the 16th Your opportunity for purchasing the best merchandise obtainable Is now Hurry John P Jones lido ONFMr W H Lewis the clever section loss on the May wood division has our thanks for the biggest pumpkin raised in Lincoln county this year It weighs within u fraction of 70 pounds IN campaigning this district tho lion Worthington is reported to have tem porarily abandoned his patent leather shoes He ought to stick to his colors and let his constituency see his usual attire Danville News CAR OK TIIANK Mrand Mrs J P Hubble of Middleburg extend their heartfelt gratitude to tho neighbors and legion of friends for their many kindnesses and sympathy shown them during the sickness and death of their daughter e HY the way wo forgot to state last issue that Joe Phelps had withdrawn from tho race for county judge lie waited until the last moment to do so however thus shutting off any republican who might want to run for tho empty honor TUB attention Marshal Jones and his deputy Mr William Mershon is called to the promiscuous shooting on Lancaster street Hardly a night pass es that sonic aonofagun docs not empty his pistol in the bottom below Mr T Cr Balls TUB Louisville Times is kindenough to remark E C Walton ot the Stanford INTKIIIOK JOURNAL is one of tho distinguished survivors of Kentucky journalism Ho has been at tho helm of the INTKKIOH JOUltNAL for five years enjoys good health carries no lead in his anatomy and displays his optimism by expressing the hope that in tho fu ture Ifo will bo ablu to grind out a paper which will satisfy every one The iNTKiuoii JOUIINAB is by the way ono of the best papers in the State DUNN Tho funeral of Mrs Phoebe Dunn widow of Mr Charles Dunn whose death was mentioned last issue was preached at the Christian church Saturday afternoon by Rev L M Omcr and the burial followed In Buffalo cemetery In the presence of a large crowd of sorrowing fi and rein tives Mrs Dunn was a Miss Over and she Is survived by two sons William G find Owsley Dunn tier husband died a number years ago She was a Christian woman and her death has caused sorrow wherever the was well known She had been sufferer from dropsy for a long time aI STOREHOOM the best in Stanford for rent Possession Jan 1006 Now occupied by J P Jones and splendidly located S H Shanks Stanford + A WEEK from today and the battle of the ballots will be fought Looks like the party having the game cock for Its emblem will be eclipse in tho race So mote it be LOSTPurse with spectacles on the county road between Kriger Post office and Ottcnhcim Postoffice Liber al reward to the finder Return to W Link Ottcnhelm Ky KILLING AT asset Tom Mitch ell u section man shot and killed John Stnphens his brother iniaw at the sec tion house in Livingston Mitchell is in custody and claims justification VOTE talk and work from now until 4 oclock the afternoon of tho election for tho splendid ticket whichappears under the gamo cock on our second page A stamp under the rooster will fix things I WILL sell on Monday Nov coun ty court day 20 shares of stock In tin Hustonviilc National Bank A dividend of five per cent will bo declared on this stock Jan 1 1900 George D Weath crford Hustonville Ky ALL parties ha valid claims against the estate of the into Geo W Evans are notified to present them to me properly proven at Hedgcvillc Boyle county Ky by November 15th 1005 James H Hutchings Executor of Geo W Evans e Tim republicans are making a terrif ic fight to win this time and if demo crats do not do their whole duty they may succeed in doing so Help give the rads a black eye by voting in the circle under the rooster and seeing that your neighbors do likewise THE INTERIOR JOURNAL moves that the city or county authorities which ever has the authority to doso straighten the figure on the fountain in front of the courthouse and tear down the old speakers stand which has long since been an eye sore to the people generally LINCOLN county used to have a perennial candidate in the Hon Four tame Fox Bobbitt Ho subsided long ago and Adam W Carpenter seems to be following in his footsteps Ho Is n candidate this time for State Senator on tho prohibition ticket Ho has been a candidate for numerous and sundry offices but he never gets even to the quarter pole In the race a fact that doesnt seem to phaze him in the least He gets up smiling every time and picks his flints and tries again Frank fort Journal This time his defeat will bo so terrific that he will never have the nerve to face the flag again TWIDWELU Miss Ida Twidwcll for merly of Hustonviilc but for the last decade a resident of Elkton died at the homo of her sister Mrs S Walton Porgy in that city Friday Sho had been in bad health for a number of years but oven those who attended her did not think her so seriously The remains were brought to the homo of another sister Mrs J B Adams at Danville Saturday night and nt 2 oclock Sunday afternoon they were laid to rest in tho Hustonvillo cemetery Dr E M Greene of Danville delivered a most appropriate but short funeral dis course at tho grave friends sang two of her favorite hymns after which all that is mortal of tho most excellent young woman was consigned to mother earth In her younger days Miss Twid well was a frequent visitor to this place and the scores of friends she made hero mingle their tears with those of tho mother sisters and brother who are now bowed down with grief She was a most lovable woman and when in good health was extremely cheerful and bright She was gentle and kind and to know her well was to love and admire her It is indeed sad that one so full of promise and who bide fair to do so much good should bo overcome by infirmities and taken away in tho very prime of life Miss Twidwcll is survived by her sisters mentioned above and one brother Mr Felix B Twidwcll Her mother who is now Mrs John Johnson of Boyle is also left to mourn the loss of an affectionate and dutiful laughter May He who tempers the wind to the shorn lamb help them all to bear their grief and to make them soon realize that their loss is her eternal gain WANTED to buy four or five dozen Plymouth Rock pullets W C Shanks e PUT In your order now for sodding graves no more sodding after Nov IGth John Christman Costa to tho Hallowecn party to night The witches will be on hand and you may get a peep into the future BUY your coal while tho weather is good We cdn suit you in price and quality Northcott Buck Rowland Ky VOTE against all of the republicans but be absolutely sure your vote is re corded against thu two exdemocruta who will bo found on your ballot +1N Tim Young Ladles Missionary So ciety of the Presbyterian church will bo glad to meet you this evening at the residence of Dr W N Craig at 7 o clock CIRCUIT COURT will begin Monday At least five men will be Indicted for murder by the grand jury of the com ing term to Lincoln countys discredit be it said TilE Kentucky State Journal Frank fort has a sixcolumn quarto press In good condition for sale very cheap Write at once to W P Walton Lex ington or Frankfort NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS I or one of my deputies will be at Crab Orchard Oct 28 Mt Salem Nov 3rd 1 r M at Waynesburg on Thursday Nov 2 Hustonville Nov 4th from 7 A 3L to 12 oclock to collect taxes Will have all road claims with me that have not been called for M S Baughman S L CSIT Is reported on good authority that the republicans got from a big republi can in Danville 2500 yesterday The money it is said was sent to Huston vale It will be remembered that the treasurer of the State campaign com mittee lives in Little Britain Democrats should take warning and go to work TilE Stanford Graded School began the work of the present school year with the largest attendance In the his tory of the school The new superin tendent is J W Ireland formerly su perintendent of the Harrodsburg Graded School R L McMullin of Midway has charge of tho high school Both gentlemen are graduates of Center Col lege The assistant teachers are Miss es Annie Dunn Minnie Rupley Annie McKinney Georgia Mrs H D The music department is in charge of Miss Ellen Ballou Miss Charlotte Warren is at the head depnrtmentSouthernSchool Made a Hit When Dr W B Caldwell tho sago of Monttcollo Jlrst prescribed his great remedy for Indigestion consti pation and biliousness now known as Dr Caldwell laxative Syrup Pep sin Its sues was so great that It made an Instant hit Since then It has been used all over tho world and has never failed to duplicate Its first sue cesses Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Huston ville at tine and 8100 Money back If It falls rHAIR PARKERS BALSAM Rlriuo and ttrtatlflcf the titlr 1niniout a iuiurUnl povth treyUitrCum jtMwi tt cilr IrndaIlUat Prowto- PUBLIC SALE Wi willNMI nt public auction nt our pines two miles North ol Crab Orchard on tin Crab Irchllrlluod Uiuciiitvr pike on KKIDAY DKPKMIIKH 1HT 1KB The splendid farm known n tho Whites tlllllhl of nerve of good Innd All Inn good tnto of cultivation Him on It Hint good house and u splendid Irlxt Mill Will nlho tot of farming Inipk intiitN Term Hindi known on tln of tali H Dud WIIH ITI Crab Orchard OfSHORTHORNS At Wildwood Stock Farm Thursday November 9th I will threo miles trout Hnrrodslmrit on tau hood of cow sniutliclfcrstt505wldch are registered reds most of thcut- dultornrdniloltttenough orelim to calve are In tine condition 1fllleIINIIYlies Conic and buy them at your own price Writ me for catalogue TKKMMOP HALKI sums under tlcn hs3S and up six months time with- Iwnkubgtenote bearing six iwr centlntrrest JAlng JII lhone 10 dalflKral blurb KIHam W Kldd Auctioneer tt SeveranceM and Son J r Winterit I Footwearit i j ijigh Top Shoes j Boots Bootees I i Shoes that give Wear Choice Assortment of Styles Largest shoe stock in Stanford Honest Mike Boots i For Mud Splittling New Stock All Sizes Price 350 i i Save Money By Buying Winter Foot Wear ofiCUfirilNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky Great ClosingOut Sale Wo have rented u business house now nearing completion in Corhiu Ky which we expect to occupy nt an early date Rather than move any stock from this place we have decided to close 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 Waistings Fine Table Damasks Uiulcivrear Hosiory Outings Etc Etc but also contains tho largest assortment of haiulpnintcil Japanese China and Hricabrac Novelties over shown in this section Wo anticipated a heavy Holiday Trade anti bought very largely of this line these goods have just arrived fresh from Japan nnd will go on sale at once In addition to the above we have a 5c find lOc department that is now loaded with good useful money savers This will be our last opportu nity to supply the wants of our friends nnd customers and we 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 havo in your midst wo arc compelled to make this Strictly A Spot Cash Sale to Ono and All nnd we ask those who have already made little tickets to please settle Stanfonlilvy Oct 3 10- 05JOHN P JONES GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY Are Extensive Dealers and Manufacturers of Doors Windows Blinds SashJRough and Dressed Lumber Lime Ce mentPortland and Acme Washington Red Cedar Shin filesrJI WRITE THEM FOR PRICES If u r 1z 5xtA MiM rtl llitt ifie Interior Journal Enltrtd ill lit PostOjfice at Stafford 1 Mcondclan mailer- PDILIMIIIH TUISSOAYB AND FIUIJA AY LOOPERYEAR CAST jyWhen not so paid 2oa will be charge INSURANCE WindStorm Lift Rnd Vlre Lightning the HT nnd Accident Lawest11- iihtoRnteetuarnuLte11 locoPByIngR ord with MAHQNVStMtordKcntucky llesldciico Phone No 83 The New Mason Note RATES 200 PER DAY LancastoreKy Wm SBUQABS Proprietor Bctric this In every room Manager NEW LIVERY STABLE BDBBE t OLABSSON Ercn JUNCTION CITY IV J1Je lau TurnoUt At elingl6lonte A AtteaUon to Grain and lily For r Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livory Food and Salo Static Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates J He BOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STftBLE Stanford Kv Reuonable Rotel- Oall Oood onlnI tai 9erTlcea Depot Streets Also Doalen In Doll B D Peyton DEALEIt IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY IPCommercial Men Your handled on commission took Pena In Connection POSTED below strIctlyWe whose name appear forbid hunting IItblDg or any kind of tres and will prosecute using on our places of the Uw loletore to the full extent BrosMrs Fred VonoruonlganAlbertVonorueolgan Fred VonAllman Alfred Simpson George lIolmes Uewes l Uelchenbllch OhrleOumminIte0 Dunng It Dugberty JMD Femora Peter W artor J Nevln Carter J E DruceW F Shomiker Ierrlll Green Ferrlll P J CoonJohn B Oamenlscli Sam TrllbrlJge A Uoot fJharlut Ensalln Frank Oordler Mrs 0 Welch Peter Balmer John MeierSamuel Ltndey Jacob Gander Mrs Lytle David Stephen Mary Hoffmann having transact 1Olncton Paxton Owsley Walker 60 Garter Foster Oooch Bright Hubble Shankt AS PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrts Drug Store in the Owsloy Building Give Me Your Order Can Please You Why buy niljriniul clothing when tluro little tlllTonMiiv tlil jirlco hluh Krrtile rtiulymmli Milts ami suit ninilo oxlwrlancttllnllorrpricebuslnesssulttoovercoats troiiMrn nuil fnncy vistn The coitiiHiny represent MUIIV of thp best II RUPLEY the Tailor RESTORATIVES DEBILITY mWtlonteoerg7tenperonat rentdereloebentendmakllrworta NtCurSUepltrenuean4otbertroubleaduto nertaElnallgearantePEFFER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO U roe SATE AT PENNT8 DRUG BTOUt JLBeazleyCo Undertakers anti Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Givo Them Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e 1 CeaT1 Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer iu IiarnessSaddler- ySTANFORD Ac KENTUCKYO- ffice Phone iGr llama Phone First National Banks Ky Capitol Stock 50000 This Institution was established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized the National Bank of J Stanford J865 and again reorganized the First National Beak of Stanford 1882 bad practically unlnter ruptej existence for year It Is better supplied now with facilities for Ing promptly and well than ever Its long honorable career 4beforefAccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited JB Shanks- w Oummlns CURES Stock Officers HOOKER Preit ARitiB Pres MoKOBEKTB Obr WEARENAsst Ohn Directors Reid Danville Harris Stanford Rocker Stanford Tanner McKinney Elmore Stanford Baughman Stanford Hill Jis Robinson Hubble 111 Bauehman Stanford Pettu Stanford Tate Stanford if iithEiiiiiiuNATIONALBANKCAPITAL n i I J B I H 0 W f i B j L O H W X L V H a I n h so In of n to I C l S A a 35 t as In as In an 43 II J 8 B T U V J J W H F T J K It M D S H T P J M O E Successors toThe a kTrust Company and under same management continuously for year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will proTe mutually beneficial t NERVOUS Officers H SHANK President J B PaxtonVice W M BRIGHTIOashlei WOWALKERAI r FARMERS DEPARTMENT Secondhand horso power for Bnle M S Daughtnan J E Bruce has sold several of his red boar pigs listed at 10 Secondhand twoliorso power for anle cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford Henry Logan colored has nine hogs weighing from 150 to 300 pounds Cor sale C K Turner of MHleraburg bought n fiveyearold jack of Josh Barton for 500 Coffey Bros Young bought eight head of mules at prices from 100 to 135Adnir News Nine good steer calves for sale Good color and in good shape J M Re nolds Waynesburg IFive trotters won over 11000 apiece Grand Circuit this year whllo not n pacer reached the 5000 mark- S G Cull has bought 2000 head of sheep the past fall mostly in Lincol county at 450 and 57lilIurrods burg Herald Henry Catron has sold his splendi farm near Level Green to some Harla county people Price paid 5OOOMt Vernon Signal Simon Well purchased of W T Hot inson 53 export cattle at 450 He also bought of N I Buster SO exporters at same price The lot will go forwar about the 10th Advocate A cropestimating bureau has lleen established in New York by a man nnd woman whoso connection with the Ag ricultural Department was severed af tel the cotton crop scandal ESTRAYA 700 pound red mulystee left Hustonvillc fair ground pasture clout two weeks ago Will give reward for recovery or information lend- Ing thereto Josiah Bishop Huston villc A portion of the old Logan farm consisting of about 152 acres was sold Sat inlay by Master Commissioner Hatha vay of the Clark circuit court to Leslie Dos Icy at 5325 The land is unim proved J E Bruce sold to Will Robinson or Dole a mule colt by S T Harris Bll Iy Kcnno for 125 Mr Bruco say hat Billy Kcanes breeding qualities are greatly enhanced by the splendid care his owner takes of him Mr liar ris sometimes spending hours rubbing md grooming him MIDDLEBURG In the 23rd year of her life Miss Jennie Hubble eldest daughter of Mr am Mrs John P Hubble of Middleburg lied Thursday after a severe illness of icveral weeks of typhoid fever during which time she had the best care loving carts and hands could bestow upon her God has willed to take from our midst this sweet spirit and her family home and community are indeed bereft She was born near Turnersvillc Nov 22 1883 When 15 years of age she united with the Christian church nt Purncrsville and her life has been a dally testimony that the love of her Sn viol filled her soul All who knew her emember some kind word or deed and to her family she is one whose daily ministrations will be sorely missed It Is hard to say Thy will be done but lie who gave His only son to be crucifiet will not ask of us more than we car five What greater comfort can there- be than to know that she died in the with and in our sorrow to believe that she is now where there is no moro sorrow pain or sin- Family Skeleton Many u persons family skeleton 19 a state of freak digestive organs Inherited from careless ancestors Tho skoletou can bo laid to rostby Dr aldwolls laxatlvo Syrup Pepsin otter do so at once otherwise it will og you dally and seep you In constant misery and lndangorfroin worse nmplications Syrup Popsln U u silecltlc for indigestion constipation headache aud biliousness Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C vv Adams Ilustonvillo at fXto and 6100 Money back if it fails The labor pqlitical troubles in St pe reburg have reached such a critical stage that slaughter is now feared the civil populace evidently considering conflict with the troops The strike is- reading rapidly in all directions How to Cure Corns and Bunions First soak the corn or bunion in warm water to soften it then pure down as closely as possible without drawing blood and apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twice dully rubbing Igorously for fivo minutes at each appliclLtion A corn plaster should be worn n few days to protect it from the shoe As a general liniment for trains bruises lameness and rheu matlslll Pain Halm is unequaled POI sale by all druggists A bulletin issued py the bureau qt utistics of the department of com mcrce estimates that the foreign commerce of the United States for the cal dar year is more than 1000000000 Sick headache is caused by a disor dored condition of the stomach and Is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets For sale hy- all druggists As the result of an explosion in a Pennsylvania mine five minor officers were killed A Judicious Inquiry A well known travellogman who vie its the drug trade says lie has often heard druggists inquire of customers who asked for n cough medicine whether it was wanted for a child or an adult and if for a child they almost invariably recommended Chamber lulus Cough Remedy The reason for this is that they know theta is no dan gel from It and that It always cures Tore Is not the least danger in giving it and for coughs colds and group it is unsurpassed For sale by all drug gists Tho dismembered bow d ofawoman found in two valises in Boston harbor has been practically identified as that of Ethel Durrell Morris Nathan to whom the girl was engaged was ar rested in Pittsburg Makes Homely WomenPretty No woman no matter how regular her features tray be can bocalled pier If her complexion is bad Orino Lax atlvo Fruit Syrup aids digestion anti clears sallow blotched complexions by stimulating the liver and bowels Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nuuseato or grlpo and Is mild und pleasant to take Itomomlxtr the nntno Jrino and refuse to accept tiny sub itltuto Penny Drugstore Walters School at Richmond defeat Mi Kentucky University 22 to 0 in n raine of foot ball Da1J 1 Traylor etALN IN Whlsln Brandy Winos Boer Glaars Etc Oarpntr HOIIe alone to Depot STANFORD KY PrompIindPoutattention Nothlnc but the tti rnrh orJiri receive CICHH lothoA fur young mon are clothes that will ajipeal tu icriminatiur dressers who npjreci mite perfect tailoring nod accurate fit tiugw Ea PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky- THE LIVER QUARANTINE TAKWO HIS STEALS our Hurried eating has mined a man stomach The digestiondestroying pro cess is gradual often unnoticed at first But it a short time until the live balks the digestive organs give way and almost countless ills the man win endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health tA torpid liver causes a quarantine of the system It and body and affords them full playfnvitlng some serious illness IIIn families August Flower ia used a sluggish liver and constipation are un known so are all stomach ailments Ii well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn Jtt and Wader affcc lions No wellregulated family should be without this standard Two sizes aye and 750 All druggists For Sate at Pennys Drug Store r IiY PAINT THIS FALL Theres no better painting time than the fall Weather conditions arc usually very favorable to good results No heavy rains to soak into the lumber as In the springNo gnats and flics to stick to the fresh paint Its best to protect your buildings against winter breather Youll get a good job if you paint now witn j THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT eUN MOT 100 f Vim lONIt MoatCSMIaa- Come to UI for color card SOLD BV tI WILL N CRAIG Druggist and Optician dill and Se- eThe 20th Century Laurel Tho latot improved I cater on the J market Will do nil n coke burner trill do You can mo tlio remnants of your llal house leaving what in UMinlly thrown away oG GeORGe FARRIS Stanford Kentucky George D Hopper Surcctmor to K VnnArwlalo Dealer in Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field SeedsoJ I ask n jmrtiou of the patronage of the people of Slnnfonl and Linoolc county promising the liost goods at the most renwinablo pried George D Hopper Stanford Ky araains Y 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 ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford K- yDANVILLESHOE STORE Woodson Sauce Successors to Cald woll Lanier n DANVILLE KENTUCKY rWhen in town our line of Gun Metal Shoes fur Women Vises mid Children Our Groves cant bo bent They cure for the tender spots Our Dr Heeds Shoe with cushion solo for men make the rough jilncca easy Every thing in Gents Furnishings Splendid lino of Trunkn Bags null Suit Care Kecp in touch with us Geo P Crow Salesman Be kind enough to 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