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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3 1905 NO 07 First Things In Kentucky The first womlwn n trnct of a land In Kentucky was Susannah Boone 2who very early obtained a patent for n tract In Madison county Tho first marriage In Kentucky was Henderson to Elizabeth dnuJhjllerwhite child In tho State parents married In Kentucky The fret plow manufactured was made by William Poguo at Hnrnxls burg In 1770 Ho also made his first loom while hla wife brought tho first spinning wheel to the State and wove from the lint of nettles the first piece of linen manufactured and from buffalo wool the first piece of lliuoy Tho first grist mill in tho Slnto run by water dower was pcrhajw tho ono built by Capt John MeMurtry nslr J Shnkertown in Mercer county In 1782 Tho Hrat paiwr mill In Kentucky was erected by Elijah Craig near Georgo townjin 1792 ThG first apple seeds were planted In Mercer county by members of the Mc Afee company in 1776 Ur Walter and his companion planted tho first poach seed and raised tho first crop of corn cultivated by white mon nonr Uarbour villo In 17M Tbo llret wagon ofwhich history gives nn account was run over Smiths wagon road from Lexington to Mnysvllle in 1782 by n man named Smith The first itonmboat or model of ono In the world was constructed by John Pitch at Lexington In 1786 Tho flrat inllroad about one mill In length was built by James Van Meter In 1832 The cars wore drawn by hors- f w t The first horses wore brought to tho State In 1760 by Dalkor the first cattle and hosts by Boone and his companions in 1775 fho first lawyer In Kentucky was John Williams manager of tho Tran aylvnnla Co The lust Englishmen who vUlted Ken turk wore those under tho leadership of Col Wood who In 1761 explored tho northern boundary of tho State The first Frenchmen to visit tiny per lion of the State were a small band of fur trappers who In 1073 traveled in cAnoes down the Mississippi as far as the mouth of the Arkansas Tho first white native American to visit Kentucky was John Salting of Virginia who in 1730 was carried aa n prisoner through the State by the In Mian Tho first white woman who ever saw Kentucky was Mwa Ingol who In 1756 was carried a prisoner by tho Indians t to Big Hone In Boone county The flrat Dutchman to visit Kentucky were n small company who es tablished the White Oak settlement In Madison county Tho first settlement of Frenchmen in the State was established nt a point 010I iwslto the Scioto river In 1760ITho first house built by Englishmen was Dr Walkers cabin on Cumberland river in 1lWITho first permanent English settle meal was at Hnrrodsburg In 1776 The first court In the State was held s at Harrodiburg In 1771 The lint road In the State was Hoonca trace The first store In Kentucky was that of the Transylvania Company at Hnr rodsburg Tho first school at Hoonesboro was taught by Joseph Donlphan In 1779 Tho first sermon preached In Ken tucky was delivered by tho Nov John Lythe of tho Church of England In 1775 Tho first ferry was established nt Hoonesboro in 1775 Tho list count scat In Kentucky F was that of Lincoln county established at Harrodsburg The first law for the establishment of public schools was passel in 18ISEx change A Disastrous Calamity It Iii u disastrous calamity when you lose your health IKXJUUSO In digestion and constipation have supped It away Prompt relief CUll bo hud In Dr Kings New Lifo Pills P They build up your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc fliinrnntecd at G L Pennys Stanford Lynn IJros Crab Orchard lace Tho Shelby County Colonization Co recently organized to secure a desira blo class of foreigners to supplant col ored labor has settled 25 Swiss on tho 300acre tract of land purchased a mile west of Shelbyvllle J IL Maddox and nowIraoo Swiss When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other nn pleasant effect Sold by all druggists PREACHERSVILLE Mrs Dan Naylor who has been sick Is some better Mrs Mollie Lodford is quite III of pneumonia Mrs Jane Hell la at tho Stanford Infirmary to be treated for blindness Hov Wm Coldiron who Is teaching Iroachersvillo school Is giving per CCtsatisraetion and Is liked by pupils as well as patrons When this school term is ended he will have walked mare than 000 miles Ho has not missed being at his post on time although ho has to crow Drakes creek where the stream is not bridged Wm Curtis and family of Walnut Flat were guests of I F Thompson and wife W B Bennett unit family loft Tuesday for Oklahoma Our peo pie regret to give such good citizens up Itov J S Itagan Is with homcfolks U Hutchlns is teaching the remaind er of Miss Bottle Hcnnette school nt Harmons Lick Tho protracted meeting closed nt the M B church Sunday night There were no additions Hcv Davidson preached some excellent sermons and U u noted evangelist doing much missionary work in tho mountains of Iulaski county He Is a member of the Soul Winner Socie ty which has a nice mission school nt Mt Victory 17 miles from Somerset- J H liaughman bought Zone cattleJ of John Horton nt 3c also n W H Cummins at same price W D Eimoro bought n sow and pigs of Ceo Spanglcr for ga D F Thompson sold OS 170 pound hOlts at 155 J Mi Cress has a monthold jack for which ho reIfused 2flO J L Hutcliins bought I00 pound hogs of P K Parrlsh atI176 to be delivered the IDth S Carpenter sold a bunch of shoats to W Elmore utc for Christmas delivery F F Cummins sold u bunch of shoots to W D Eimoro at 130 lion It C Warrens article in the Issue of Oct 27th gives an excellent position of affairs relative to our system of roads In tho county Tho turnI pikes should bo managed very ditrcrent ly from what they are now When tho pikes were owned and controlled by n corporation It was then we had wellI kept roads and bridges which were regularly repaired and banlstercd Not tOI now Slowly but steadily our onco famous pikes are returning to dirt roads Thoy are almost entirely with out ditches Overseers of dirt roads should be furnished with tools and UrnI hers for culverts Lincoln county has as fins natural resources for road or pike repairing as any county in the State Wo fall to see any reason why nil rightthinking republicans and dom ocrats should not heartily approve of the policy advocated by Mr Warren KINGSVILLE Tho sick arc Improving Mrs Dr C M Thompson has n lull line of fall millinery Sho will go to tho city soon and buy winter styles Miss Iela Murphy has n nice line of millinery at Sarah Smiths on Main streetThere will bo services nt tho Christian church tho 3rd Sunday in this month A splendid Sunday school has been organized nnd much good Is prom ised for time church this and the ensu log year Tho report is current that the help er or hill engine is to bo again put on hero It is tut the purpose of help Ing heavy freight trains through tho tunnel and is certainly very much need ed A freight train ran into the water column hero a few days since badly de molishing same Mr Pye of Ludlow was called and assisted by Mr Wm Lane they soon hud it repaired Mesdames Moppen and Skilhnan of Paris rod Winchester respectively have returned to their homes after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs GT Bradley W G Wolf our station agent went to Nicholasvillc this week to reg ister lion Wm S Burch was here Tuesday and Wednesday electioneering Messrs T J Hill and W L McCarty were hero Saturday talking election Messrs Smith liaughman and Jesse Lynn of Stanford were hero Monday Tusco Waters Is at homo from Texas torn visit to his mother and sstcrs Postmaster L Johnson has returned from Hood River Ore and Holdcn Mo where he visited relatives Mans Unreasonableness Is often us great as womans lint Thus S Austin Mgr of thoHlto publican of Lcavemvorth Ind was not unreasonable when ho refused to allow tho doctors to operate on his wife for femalo trouble Instead ho says we concluded to try Electrli Bitters My who was then so sick she could hardly leave hot bed anti live 161 physicians had failed to relieve her After taking Electric Bit ters sho was perfectly cured anti can now perform all her household duties Guaranteed by G L Penny Stanford Lyrio Droll Crab Orchard Prlco 60o fi NEWS NOTES Mayor Jones of Minneapolis an nounces that ho will close the saloons and hotel bars on Sunday Dr J W Oswald a leading surgeon of Chicago was stricken with paralysis while at tho operating table Five persons wore killed in a freight collision on the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railroad at Casey la The play Mrs Warrens Profession has been suppressed in New York by order of Iollco Commissioner McAdoo- J II A Brooks u prominent Philadelphia business man was killed In an automobile accident near Absecon N J Tho trouble growing out of an attack on Admiral Train and his son by Chinese in Nankin has been amicably It settllllIcontrol of tine Illinois Contraband Southern railways on Dec 1 The Appellate Court hold that un insurance company is exempt from paying n policy when the holder while Injils right mind commits suicide The comptroller of tho currency has ordered an assessment of 100 per cent against the stockholders of tho Enter prise National Bank of Allegheny Pa Figures compiled by the Enumeration Bureau show that there are 8006072 persons In New York State Tho pop ulation of Greater New York is given as 401430ScA note written by Cashier Clark n few hours before he killed himself has matte public in Pittsburg In it Clark said he had been shamefully rob by W II Andrews Tho deAth sentence recently passed upon James Ezell of Mayfield Ky at Uniontown Pa for the murder of n fellow telegraph operator is to be com muted to life imprisonment Edward C Bearden money order clerk in the postoffico at Augusta Ga committed suicide after being asked by inspector to turn over his cash drawer and books for examination Iteports from Itussla show that while there Is general rejoicing over tho promise of freedom serious disorders have occurred at many large centers and the list of dead and wounded is department of superintendence of the National Educators Association will meet in Louisville February 27 28 and March 1 The meeting is one of the most representative gatherings of educators in the world About 2000I teachers will be presentICounsel Charles E Hughes of the Now York legislative insurance investi gating committtec says he has no idea of conducting any criminal prosecution as n result of his investigation his onlyI function nnd purpose being to get at the facts Involved in tho conduct of life insurance business W B Smith former president of the Western National Dank Louisville who was indicted by the October Federal grand jury on the charges of falsifying entries misappropriating funds and embezzling funds of the bank surren dered himself to the Federal authorities Ho gave bond in 5000 Smith said he had just returned from Porto Rico and was Innocent of the charges made in the indictment BRONCHITIS Pennys Drug Store Tells The People Quickest Moans To Cure It Asked one day in their store thoqucs tion What is good for bronchitis 1 Mr Penny of Pennys Drug Store an swered For years old fashioned cod liver oil has been known to possess the most remarkable curative and healing properties for throat bronchial and lung troubles of any thing known to medicine but on account of tho grease which enveloped its curative principles It has been impossible for many people to take enough of it into their systems to combat a thoroughly settled disease withoutclogging the system and upset ting tho stomach Now however continued Mr Pen ny we have Vinol which contains in a highly concentrated form nil of the medical curative elements of cod liver oil actually taken from the freshcoils livers without n drop of oilor grease to upset tho stomach and retard Its work and physicians agree that it h the greatest cure for all throat bron chial and lung troubles known to medi cine Miss Anna Ray writes us that after suffering for five years with bronchi tis and trying all kinds of medicines without relief Vinol cured her and we have hundreds of just such letters We wish every person suffering from chronic colds coughs bronchitis and every aged weak or convalescent per son who needs a healing strengthcre ating and bloodmaking tonic would try Vinol on our guarantee to return the purchase Drugstore money if it fails Pennys I PAVLT ADAMS Dtjmorniiic rnmiiue for Magistral in the Wtyncsburg district A good- man citizen and democrat just the timber for Spuire Vote for him and you will never have reason to ro fret it IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Brantley Smith was shot to death by an unknown poison at Pineville Solomon Griffin has been appointee postmaster at Cooksburg Rockcastlt William II Lewis n Southern brakeman was killed while making a coupling at Lawrcncoburg Ambrose Ruhl indicted two weeks ago for killing Ed Walsh was giver two years in the penitentiary in tht hell circuit court Austin L Reid an aged London aw yer was stricken with paralysis while attending court at Manchester His recovery is doubtful As an aftermath to Halloween at Centre College the upper classmen forced the plebes to haul them through the streets in carriages The Cumberland River and Nashville railway has planned n line from Corbln to the Tennessee line through Laurel Whitley Iulaski Wayne and Clinton countiesThe of Wm II York charged with the murder of his brother waa continued at Lawrenccburg until the January term of court on account of the prisoners weakened condition William King of Danville has been awarded the contract for erecting the two story brick graded school building at Monticello It will bo the same size as the Danville public school Fred Watts is in jail at Somerset charged with assaulting Mrs Waddle and Mrs Lytton at Stearns He is also said to have attempted to assault u sixyearold child of Mrs Sarah Grifns Watts barely escaped being mobbed n To The Voters Of WaynesburgMag isterial District Tim democracy of this district hno entrusted me with the nomination Cor the office of justice of the peace Economy toward tax payers and hon esty toward every citizen rcgardlesi of party affiliation shall be my rule of conduct in the event of my oWtion The furnishing of tools by the count courffor 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 membe of the fiscal court I would use ever legitimate means which would not lead to extravagance and wastefulness oj county revenues to place all dirt roads in the best possible condition and tho administration of my office would oppose excessive taxation In ever form D R ADAMS I Thank The Lord cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock Ark for tho relief I got from flock lens Arnica Salve It cured my fear ful running sores which nothing olsi would heal and from which I fin suffered for Ii yours It is a mare lout healer forcuts burns und wounds Guaranteed at G L Pennys Stanford Lyue Bros Crab Orchard 25c In honor possibly of President Roose velts theory 30 women at New Or leans gave birth to as many babies th day he was there Of the youngsters 19 were girls and 17 boys This birthrate is double the usual number Frankfort Journal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This is tho most successful medicine In tho world fuf bowel complaints and is tho only remedy that will euro chronic dlar rhooa Every bottle Is warranted For salo by all druggists When a life Insurance fellow Meets another of his set You are apt to hear him bellow Been Investigated yet Newton Scearce aged 70 diedal Versailles of cancer You Are Invited To pay my story n lengthy call that you may inspect the many new and uptodato nod desirable tiling I have so carefully bought for this seasons telling My Stock Was Never So Complete As it is this season I have novor owned quite as handsome a lot of good things nt ono time I am sure I can please your taste Inm positive Ican save you money Dunt buy one cents worth of goods until you have gone thoroughly through flystock of Fall anti Winter Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Boots Hats and Caps Ladies Skirts and Cloaks La FurnishingsII s A Dollar SavedHs A Dollar Made SAM ROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY iU qa wi1 Bargains In Buggies On account of having to give pos sessionof our Buggy House on Jan 1906 we will close out our stock at Reduced Prices You can afford tofbuy a Rig now for next Summer W H HIGG1NS STANFORD KY 1 nil and Se- eThe 20th Century Laurel Fine latest improved Heater on tho market Will do niln coke burner will do You can use the remnants of your coal house savingwhat is usually thrown away oG GEORGe FARRIS OIStanford Kentucky Bargaios n Y I3 Copper lined Bath Tubs your choice for 3 I No 28 Box Stove for wood at 6 I joint of Pipe I and Damper free I large Canfnon Stove second hand for 5 Come Quick S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky Be kind enough to remit us the amount of yourdues atthis officer t r IThe Interior Journal I E C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET r For Senator RUBBLErFor Representative J M ALVERSON For County Judge RC WARREN For County Attorney W S BURCH For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For County ClerK GEORGE B COOPER For Assessor W A CARSON For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON- For Jailer W I HERRIN FOR MAGISTRATES Stanford District Jas A Dudderar Hustonville W M Dudderar Crab Orchard D J Smith Waynesburg Dave R Adams OURLASTAPPEAL Before another issue of this paper is printed ballots will be falling into the boxes at the 12 vdting precincts in this county and the INTERIOR JOURNAL desires a confidential talk with the demo crats of Lincoln county right now First place unless every democrat does his whole duty democratic success is far from certain The republicans have a big campaign fund we are reliably in formed and if they get that class of Toteis known as floaters and moneyI can and does get them Lincoln will for its first time in history have a Herepublican sheriff It is no secret that Mr Menefee the exdemocrat nomi nated for sheriff by the republicans is a strong man a good campaigner and an indefatigable worker He made a toad race four years ago for the office he now seeks and being older in republican ranks and in better fellowship with the party he has recently cast his lot it is reasonable to believe that he will run a better one this time It is true the majority against him last time ran up to 218 but for the sake of argument let us say that he is 100 votes stronger when he is four years older n in his adopted cause and then what will the result be dangerously close We believe as firmly as we believe any thing that Mr Hill will win but we think the race will be close and that it will be necessary for every democratic voter to not only vote but see that his neighbors do likewise to make Mr Hills calling and election sure A par tisan republican sheriff could and would break up the democratic organization in Lincoln county and as recent con verts are always the most partisan we might naturally expect Mr Menefee to raise heaven and earth in his effort ti itstroy democracy and democratic enterprises We can not afford to turn down a good democrat and man like Mr Hill whosiffitncss for the office is questioned by none but on the contra ry we can afford to take a day or so off and use our every effort to elect him by a majority so decisive that willcause his opponent to cease from troubling for a season at least In the race for Representative it looks to us as if Mr Jesse 11 Alverson is an easy winner but that should not keep the democrats from working ands voting for him Nothing is absolutely certain except death and taxes so take nothing for granted but do all you can for the splendid young democrat who can do more in a day for his constituen cy than Pedagogue Hubble his republi can opponent could in a month of Sun days Experience is a great advantage to members of the General Assembly and Mr Alverson will profit by his and will be able to make even a better record this time than last Mr Hubble is said to be a very clever young man but we can not believe ho id of the stuff statesmen are made Mr W1 Herrin is about as certain to succeed himself as jailer as elcc tion day is to come but he will appre ciate your support just the same for his pride makes him want to roll up as big a majority as possible against Peter Straub whom the republicans pitted t against him That Mr Herrin has made a model jailer not even his re publican opponent will gainsay Give him another term as an endorsement of his splendid record For State Senator the democrats nominated a splendid gentleman in Mr R L Hubble whose democracy is un questioned and who has done yeoman service for the party ho loves He is one of Lincoln countys best citizens and mij4t extensive farmers pad traders n man of affairs and a very levelheaded one Ho will carry Lincoln by a good majority but that alone would not elect him In his district are three other counties Doyle Garrard and Casey Lets showour appreciation of htm as a man democrat and citizen by giving him at least 400 majority It ought not to be hard to do this against the kidglovedautocrat from Boyle Mr Hubbles name is the first on the ballot Mark in the CIRCLE just over it and under the rooster and your vote will be recorded for him as well as the rest of the democrats who arc running- In this connty For magistrates Lincoln county dem ocrats nominated Messrs J A Dud derar in the Stanford district W M Dudderar in the Hustonvillo district D J Smith in the Crab Orchard district and D R Adams in the Waynesburg district Vote for them They are good men all of them and the countys affairs will be safe in their hands Messrs It C Warren for judge Garland Singleton for school superintendent W A Carson for assessor George B Cooper for clerk and W S Burchfor attorney are given no opposition by the republicans but you should votefor them just the same thus show ingour appreciation jar them as nom incM democrats and citizens As a last appeal let us insist that every democrat in Lincoln county go to his respective precinct next Tuesday Nov 7th and vote the straight democratic ticket by stamping IN TUB CIRCLE UNDER TUB ROOSTER Do this and you will have spent the day well and profitably and will feel better for it in after years A DENVER jury has decided that it is not libel to associate the name and photograph of a life insurance genius with those of notorious burglars This is tough on the burglars many of whom are too honorable to make a business of robbing widows and children IT cost 124730057 to run the navy for the year ending June 30 last Mast of it was money thrown away The Rooseveltian theory that we must carry a big stick is a costly one OWEN McINTYRE is making the local columns of the Danville News fairly shine with local lore Owen is a genius of his own class POLITICAL President Roosevelt has appointed Charles A Stillings of Boston pub lic PrinterA for the grave of the late Vincent Borcing is being placed at the Pine Grove cemetery Its cost is about 2000 London Local Charles H Berrvman became post master at Lexington Wednesday and will turn over the salary of the position to the widow of H Clay Elkin A petition hasbeen circulated in Mt Sterling calling for the resignation of Earl W Senff as chairman of the Democratic City Committee and of three other committeemen- A party of Hearst supporters stormed the city hall in New York to forcibly interview Mayor McClellan Failing to find the mayor they made a few speeches and observed a police order to disperseBy vote of 2 and 2 the New York City Board of Elections rejected the republican partys request to place William T Jeromes name in the republican column of the official ballot as- a nominee for the office of district at torneyThere never has been and never will be a fairer way of registering a mans vote than by the open ballot The voter stands and sees tho clerk of the election write his name and a figure in the column of every candidate he votes for in the ballot Glasgow Times The fusion tickets of Pineville and Middlesboro nominated by petition against the republican tickets for coun cilmen were denied an injunction by Judge M J Moss of the circuit court which sought to force the county clerk to place their names on the official ballot Herb W Edwards Injured Herb W Edwards of Des Moines Iowa trot a fall on an icy walk last winter spraining his wrist and bruis ing his knees Tho next day ho says they were so soio and stilt ras afraid I would have to stay in bed but I rubbed them well with Chamberlains Pain Balm and after u few applications all soreness had disappeared I fool that this bottle of Pain Balm saved me several days time to say nothing of the suffering This liniment is for sale by all druggists To The Voters 0f Lincoln County I have been selected by the republi can 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 toiny former record as sheriff Respct IOHN N MENEFEE All grades of refined sugar were reduced lOc on a 100 pounds Here and There South Kentucky College at Hopkins ville was destroyed by fire Tho Columbia Box Factory St Louis valued at 175000 was destroyed by fireNewland Jones sold his splendid 200 acre farm near Richmond at 100 per acreThirtyseven persons were killed and f 81 injured during a street fight at OdessaProperty worth 250000 in tho bus ness section of Pensacola Fla was destroyed by fire Safe blowers made a haul of 1000 from the bank of 4bont Ind NI- troglycerin was used T J Jackson of Newton Kas chief ofstaff of the Kansas G A It died as the result of an accident Seventeen joint keepers at Inde sentItory l Marshal Fred Thompson who was charged with murdering ins fatherin law hanged himself in his cell in the jail at Delphi Ind Lewis Lebus Harrison countys wealthiest citizen died at Los Angeles Cal from injuries sustained by being thrown from a buggy =Mrs Henry J Evans wife pf a wealthy Chicagoan committed suicide by hanging herself to a bedpost She had long been in bad health For a consideration of 14000000 it is said the immense La Belle Iron- Works of Wheeling W Va will bo acquired by the so called steel trust Liquor dealers are protesting against the ruling of Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes requiring the payment of a tax on packages shipped C 0 D When You Have a Bad Cold You want a remedy that will not only give quick relief but effort a permanent cure You want a remedy that willrelieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy You want a remedy that will COlin tract any tendency toward pneumonia You want a remedy that U pleasant and safe to take- Chamberlains Cough Remedy meets all of these requirements and for the speedy and permanent euro of bad colds stands without a peer For sale by all druggists TO THE LADIES I I have opened n Dressmaking Kstahllsh ment at m on fogim Avenuoiind link ilinre of the patronage of thu Indie of this community promising fatUDictory work Give lilt n riot Alta ii1r Htnnford Ky For Sale Privately My hotise and 10 acre of land situated rat outside of town limit on the Bomenet pike House has 7 room kitchen and aer rant a room good cellar liable and all leceuary outbuilding Water hydrant In he yard and one for stockJ P BAILEY IIfyour feet could speak would cry forI so loud that you would have to buy them Your shoes will never be URFIT unless they lie MANSS Theywill slip up and down at the heel and wear holes In your stocking gap at the sides and collect the dirt wrinkle twist out of shape URFIT device in retains the fashionable shape and dressy appear ance prevents sides gap ping or wrinkling and heel slipping roe PALE E- THJ McROBERTS ft d1 i UNDERWEAR + No part of a mans dress is more necessary in winter than his Underwear Our stock isIiiespecially fine this time In the 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 VVrights HealthIwool fleeced at per garment I have the agency for Robert Reis Royal Silk Plush the nicest and most pleasant Underwear on the market today and 150 per garment or 275 a suit All sizes J I sI H J MROBERTS STANFORD 1 PARiCtsR HAIR BALSAM Clrumt w a fcraottfr tli ITomrtw huuiiM rmtX- Kter Fall to lutlore 31atr to if routaNI Color sIndliu anv tune UMBRELLAS Recorered and repaired and made aluoit u good aa new for a amount I can 4 1 your umbrella tatter than the tramp repairers and for le t money Ole me a vial KRANK ATKim Btanford H F HILLENMEYER I SONS Blue Crass Nurseries Lexington ICY Offer for the Knit of 1W8 n full stock of fruit and ornamental tree srn e vino uiptim guxnnullfruitrhultrhlutuw vie 0 employ no agent to the planter Catalogue on nppllciillon Rich HftnflhHi Ftik Farm Fir Rant of 110 acres known III tho Orlnn- lplaceneurtheoldDwonjl11nwIIII or a ucrei of good hemp tar of frculi corn land ml twit for wt tout tho same In meadow end hit remainder in lilun prims Improvements nnd pine wi ll watered will Iw for nt for neveral year A pply to TJ Kontir Hln nford Ky PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to quit farming I will on TU KH ttA YlXrraIHT1Inl- Hllllit tmftllc unction at III tern li sane eitstof Morelund Ky thnlollowliiKUcicrlb ntyFbour milk caw2S yearling cattlea CRhel hrootllllllnl l o3lni good ltore5 work lIIuII 3fcllor muck hinder coinphnttlvfly new McCor muck mower I twohone wagon buggy IntcklMMtrd aU of harness 11c pluw7hurow1roll-crtdaublehovclplow wiiKon harness swtmrrel of corn ml shocks of fi d derNacrxstiiJk field Mrnw tnck run furnish good pluco to feed fodder tonne household and kltclun furniture TYrnu nniilo known on diiy of sale Hair Ix plant oclock prompt J31AIITEIIlt11 THE VERDICT I Hcreen door window screens end semen ing lllueKluim wleklcx Oil Htove IMCU tlurtnlnx Nlmde I okx txlcnlon IIrllk- cu UllrlMltl Itug Matting Iorlltrn Curtain Htri tcher Oari elHlretchers Hcrub HruMies to from floor by section Cari et endltulfdlng Iuper Door Window wnll llilnti VnrnUh Htnlii bud Knnmtili Picture framed Mouldinga Mate ilni Hulks New unit Old Iurn Iliro lorue and sO you cam nniito somuthlnic wo do not keep Good Liv ery 1lllIt of horwH end bUKKlc ford Excellent undfrtiiklii Miilpinciit Plenty of horses and fwd lltlblwr Tiring donol Pruitt BrothersMoroland Ky Do You Want a Home If so wo am furnlkh you cm any kind- you wont Ve buto for nlo u gnat vnrlety- II unit dwelling huuseg Inulncwi lnnurn nnd btinlnosi pro ltloii If You Want a Farm write UI what kind of n plncw you urn look liiit for what llzo what lmprovim nt how much ou lire wllllnc to invert anil ueyother wrtlnentInformation We hiivo germ of size diameter and ricealandwotire certain toInterest you If you nro on A qstiil card will ring you one of our printed 111 CENTRAL KY IlKAL KBTATE CO 11 K Lebanon Ky II i t 0 Holiday Presents IilWe have cxbibitcil nice Holiday Displays before but none that corn 91 pare with the one we now atk you to inspect Watches Kino Jewelry Silo ver Novelties and Silver Tableware Fine HandPainted China Cut GiauaEtc Etc High Quality Goods at I Low Price Conic nnd Iw collviaCetII WaH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler KENTUCKYJ I I PENNYS DRUG STORE THE OTHER DAY I got my feet wet The next morning had n bad cough I kept a bottle of Pennys White- Pine and Tar On my desk and every time 1 felt like coughing I took sipjust enough to wet my throat nnd bynight my cough was gone 25 Cents a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky TO THE LADIES Wo have lust returned front the omen with u alto flue of Fall Rill Winter hllta Will be glad to IIIIYtJ the ladle call and ex amine our stock Mill Kuell AND MISS IIIGOIHM Crab Orchard Ky II 0 MILLINERY I Nw Fat and Winter Millinery lust re celled conHlitlnK of Cage lint with sever Tllolnallcall nwl see thorn Mrs Kate Myers Hustonville e VTy w s Severance J 4 and Son L i 3 f VSrANFoni KY Nov 3 lOOi 1owl Its White Pine nnt Tar See our window Pennys Drug- Store + PERSONALS k1tu J W PKRRIN has been quite C V GENTRY ipontzovcralday Jn IouIsvllle Rev GILHHIIT GLASS went to Louis vllle yesterday BORN to the wife of Idly P J Ito last night n non IJITTIB GFORGIA CAUIIELI is threat cned with pneumonia MR W C BRYANT of Casey WM hero on business Wednesday CKAIG GOOCII of tho Gilberts Creel section Is very ill with typhoid rover DIR CIIAS CAiiritKLL of St Louis has been the guest of Miss Pearl Camp bellFriends of Patrick Gulloy broke Inlo f the jail at Mlddlcitboro and released him 1 Miss RllODA WiliTK has resumed her 1 position as saleslady in Severance Sons MR GEORGE n SAUKLEY spent set- H oral days In Wayne county on legal business MRS L M OMER and little Virgin went to Louisville Wednesday to vial relatives MR AND MRS W II SHANKS hay taken rooms at the St Asaph Hotc for the winter MRS It S BRUMKIELD of Cincinnati is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J II Reynolds at Moreland ALBERT GOOCII who Is doing well In tho mercantile business at Versailles was here with old friends Tuesday alias SUSAN WOODS is back from a visit to her sister Mrs S M Allen at Mlllersburg Little Margaret Allen returned with her MB M F ELKIN of Lexington was hero Wednesday to regUtcr He will be hero again Tuesday to stamp In the cit cue under the rooster DK L S McMURTRY of Louisville was here yesterday with his cousin Dr tIHugh Held Ho went from hero to Hustonvillc to visit his uncle Mr Sam uel Itehl- stn M 0 VANDFvrEii and daugh ten have moved to the cottage on Wes Main recently vacated by Mr and Mrs Barnes Wenren Mr and Mrs Wcarci are at tho St Asaph MR J H WATTS of Harriman Tenn who watt here on business Wed needay showed his faith In the cheap est and best by paying his subscrip Ie lion to It to Jan11909 Let others oC our patrons emulate Mr Watts uplen did example Miss POLLY TRAYIXJU of Stanford has been In Danville several days foi the purjwso of organizing a class In dancing In case n suitable room can 10 secured Shu is said to be nn export RS on Instructor in this accomplishment Danvillo News LOCALS DRY goods boxes for sale John P Jones MY store is crowded with a finer ant larger line than ever W11 Mueller NICK lino ladies skirts jackets am cloaks W E Perkins Cral OrchardSONLY three daysuntil tho elec tion Spend them working for thedem ocratic ticket Tile members of thou dancing school and others enjoyed a masquerade dance Tuesday evening School taxGradedBETTEU pay your t now Penalty goes on Dec W 0 4Walker treasurer I HAVE added a cleaning pressing and general repair tsdenew Give mo a trial Ed Wilkinson GALL and see ono of tho greatest lines of overcoats and suits ever on salo In the East End W B Perkins Crab Orchard Tile 242 acre farm of Mr A W from Danville on the Smith 2t miles pike was sold at public sale LStanford to C It Anderson of Danville at 7230 ft Journal Frankfort TilE Kentucky Stato has a sixcolumn quarto press in good condition for sale very cheap Write at once to W P Walton Lex ington or Frankfort i IT IS YOUR MOVE Y Dont 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 of 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 Shoes Dress Goods Comforts Carpets Rugs In fact everything in stylish and comfortable winter goods Yours will be a good move if you come now NOT a bit too early to make your selection now W II Mueller jeweler Joni SHAW KDMISTON formerly oC Crab Orchard has opened n Candy Kitchen in Danvlllo storIonce John P Jones GOOD things to cat for sale in drug store window Saturday at 11 oclock bj Mrs W B McRobcrte TllOSi owing mo for threshing or Cor goods are urgently requested to settle at once James N Cash U D CARTER the uptodato livery man has added a large handsonv wagonette to his already good outfit TIIOSK indebted tho estate of Columbus Bishop deceased are requested to settle with J B Paxton at once S P Marcum Samuel Bishops admrs LOST Dark brown fur scarf between S P Grays store and Mr Goodrich store at Rowland Return to John L King Crab Orchard and receive re ward 1noK iOTNTEtt republican nominee for Representative of Boyle has withdrawn from the race leaving Editor W Reed Embry the democrat ic nominee a walkover MEREDITH E PKUITT of Moreland has moved to Bumside andopened a hotel and livery stable Ho thinks his prospects in that mountain village un usually good at present I WILL sell on bi Nov county court day 20 shares of stock in the Hustonvillo National Bank A dividend of five per cent will be declared on this stock Jan 1900 George D Weath crford Hustonvillo Ky FROM tho amount of whisky being sent from this county to Rockcastle a gay old time may bo expected there election day Some 60 or more two gallon jugs went Wednesday and yes serday another big lot left here TIIKIIK are five Thursdays in this month and a dispute has arisen oa to which ono should be Thanksgiving day the 23d or the 30th Suppose we set tie It by having both We can not give thanks too often or too much for the great blessings we enjoy as n nation and as individuals A LITTLE son of Mrs Belle Marct of Elizabethtown died of heart trouble and tho remains were brought hero and interred in Buffalo cemetery yesterday afternoon Deceased was a grandson of Mrs Elizabeth Lewis formerly of tho McKinney section TllR usual Hallowccn pranks were played Tuesday night and movable signs boxes and gates were placed in unlooked for places The boys imagin ed they had a good time but when the years creep on them they will wonder how they worked themselves up to tho pitch to do such foolish things HAD tho Republican who sent us a good political letter from Casey sign ed his name he would have read his clever effort in todays paper Again wo will stato that under no circum stances will wo print anonymous com munications Wo must know whose writing wo are printing before we give it space BKUNA VISTA COMITON the holy ter ror of Moreland and Milledgeville our neighboring villages still runs at large though sought for by blood hounds officers publi and private Pinkerton sleuths etc gays Dr Ed Alcorn in the Danville Advocate Bcuna lives on the fat of the land rides the freight trains and sleeps in the woods Uo has been twice in Frankfort yet not 20 years of age If caught and sent again it means n life sentence and he is fully apprised of tills He will not surrender for the outstanding reward NEw FIRMLD1 Huoy S Co will bo the style of the new firm to succeed John P Jones in the dry goods business here L R Hughes and Judge W A Tribble are the other interested partners The invoicing begun Wednesday and their doors will be open tomorrow morning for business L Manly Huey who will have charge of the business is a splendid dry goods man of pleasing address and has a host of friends Wo predict success for the new firm Mr Jones who is ono of the very best buyers in the State will assist them for awhile in their buying t c W II HIGGINS Is having a concrete pavement laid in front of his store u ON Wednesday afternoon at 230 at the Methodist church Miss Sarah S Hart of Louisville will give her first of n series of lectures to the ladies oC Stanford All ladies are invited HILL Alverson Herrin and Hubbl seem to be the target of tho rcpubli cans which means wo suppose tha their democracy is too good A good reason why all democrats should give them hearty support IN a personal letter from Mr R E Gaines at Hulen 0 T he says Cot ton picking is progressing slowly nave out 23 bales Crop not very good Will gtt through about Christmas Is worth about lOc Corn is worth 22 to 25c per bushel here ALL parties having valid claims against the estate of the late Geo W Evans are notified to present them tome properly proven at Hedgcvillc Boyle county Ky by November 15th 1905 James II Hutchings Executor of Geo W Evans ttllslmelhodneighbors who were so very kind and helpful to us in our dark hours of sor row May God bless them all and lead them through this life that at last we may all be gathered around Gods throne in heaven is our prayer Ollie Spratt and family TAYLOR Sir George P Taylor one of the most prominent business men of Pulaskicounty is dead at Burnside lie was president of tho Burnside Banking Co proprietor of the Taylor Poultry and Produce Co of Bumside and Som erset and also a director and principal stockholder of the Cumberland Grocery Company of Bumside and Somerset Mr Taylor was about 50 years old and leaves a family ON account of n rusesof work the Lancaster Record could not print its city ballots and the job was given us Mr Ed Bishop is the only candidate for mayor but there arc three candidates for police judge D W C Armstrong G B Swinebroad and A T Anderson There are two tickets for councilmen Those on the Peoples Ticket are Jno E Stormes S C Denny S G Hasel den J B Conn C D Powell J B Kinnaird Those on the Protection Ticket W B Burton J R Mount John A Stone J C Hemphill D D Gel ger UNDER a picture of the gentleman the Danville News says Prof Jos W Ireland who has been visiting Dan ville friends for a few days is making n fine record as principal of tho Stan ford Graded School Under his princi pnlship tho enrollment of the institu tion has reached the high water mark the present attendance being the larg est in the history of tho school The enrollment has almost reached 300 pu pils and that will doubtless bo passed later in the year Prof Ireland has seven assistant teachers among whom is an art teacher and a music teacher He is a graduate of Centre College lad had some years cxporicnco as a teacher in the Harrodsburg Academy and is in every way splendidly equipped far tho important position STAMP IN Tilt lneThough large majority of the Republican votes cast by colored people they show much more intelligence in the act than white people Ono reason is that they stamp only under the log cabin and let it go at that In tho last presidential section tho Democrats lost thousands of votes by wrongly marked ballots where tho Republicans lost hundreds Do not mark in the squares in tho topbutthat will tako in all the nominees Then if you want to hit the secret ballot a solar plexus blow and you will very likely stamp in thesquare marked Yes to the right of tho act and you can give your ballot to tho ofllcef with a feeling of consciousness of a duty well performed MATRIMONIAL T 11 Cupp aged 64 and Mrs Ellen Cupp 50 were married at London Rev R L Brandenburg and Miss Nora Noland both of Madison were made one Wednesday James Hayslett and Miss Susan Francis were married at the court house yesterday by Judge Bailey c Dulin Moss formerly a reporter onI tho Lexington Democrat was married in that city to Miss Mildred McCann a inostfcharming young woman CHURCH MATTERS Dr Donald McDonald has established a church on Indian Creek in Owsley countyEld II C Garrison of Danville is assisting in a protracted meeting at EminenceRev C Molloy of Maysville has accepted a call to a Presbyterian church at Memphis I will preach at Soapers schoolhouse next Sunday morning at 11 o clock writes Eld J G Livingstoni May 11 1900 has been selected as the date for the meeting of the Southern Baptist convention The place of meeting has not yet been decided on Harry Shaw colored son of the pas tor of the Hnrrodsburg church has been admitted to the Methodist minis try lIe is 13 years of age and weighs poundsMrs o Adams wife of Rev T B Adams who is presiding elder has been assigned by the Free Methodist conference as pastor of the Gallatin Tenn church of that denomination Rev Dr John K Mason rector of St Andrews Episcopal church is men tioned in connection with the election of a coadjutor to Bishop A1 Ran dolph of the Southern Virginia diocese Complaint is made that fewer and fewer students for the ministry enter the colleges each year This is not to be wondered nt when a Virginia minis ter was suspended six months for kiss Ing a maiden who did not object FOR RENT Hliirkinlth shop tools house and garden nt rent for year beglnlng Jan III nUhlllejtor nllrou man can tin well with It M HPOONAMOIIK Hubble Ky Sale Of Personalty AindmlnliitrntorofCalmnliu llltliap we will nt his lute residence In Lincoln county on HATUHDAY NOVKMBKtt 1STII 1KB household mill kitchenlurnltureUtrntng utenidls sheep hogs n lot of hay i3 bushels witent5luv rels corn SJ shocks of fodder two horses n cow koine heifer and other tKrsonnl property Torn announced on tiny of IHI MAIirUM HAMUKI lilHHOP Ad ministrator PUBLIC SALE We will MIlfil public nuctton jut our place two mile North of Cruti Urvhnnl on the Cnib Orchard und Lnncnttcr pike on KIUDAVDKCKMHKIIWT The fnrm known an the 1Vhlte- sMlliptnceconslstiuof1t34 acne of good loft All Inn goal lint on It three Rood houses and n splendid Grist Mill Will HMI sell it lot of funning Imple ment Term made known on day of situ Ml n nod W JlHMITHlnib Orchard McKinney Woolen Mills McKiunoy Kentucky MnnufncturerH Jcniw Lluseys Flannel llliinkiU mill Yarn tend us your wool Wo tako wool III uxclmniiH for work nllowlll tho Hntlsnictlon guaranteed Jail or write for prices anti Information Agents wanted HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I doidro to veil hotel proper ty nod livery stable In Iluntonvljle Build- Ing can used an lintel or prlvnte residence and U well arranged for two families Htn bio Inn 9 stalls and In In good repair flan ty wnterot barn nnd hotel It house Is not sold by Jan 1st will rent It for ono year pause nnd Imrn newly covered 1101118 In Inulid school district For further partic ular cull on or nddn UHitttstonvllle Ky Public Sale O- fSORTJIORNS I At Wildwood Stock Farm Thursday November 9th I will three tulle troll llnrrodstiitrj on tutu about M heed of raw and lielrersa5of which are registered shorthorns They nro ull rtxU most of them dehorned all old onouKhnrii bred to calve nuxt spring They lire In hue condition huvo out been over fed They are principal of Young Mary aunt Young lb fuml tire Come and buy them nt your own price Write me for catnlogueT- KIIMH ov sum under L- 5cnh55 and month time with iJrinK six centlnterest NnluleBtnsnt1OAMGLAVtIODiAItliLung Hnni J s Severance and Son ft j See Our Large Stock oc It tiIPVERG0AT5 J e i Latest Styles And Nrw Patterns 1 s i Paddocks RaincoatsBelted i Both Single and Double Breasted I NN 1N1NN1 I 1 Xet Us Show 2ou i 4 CUMMINS MCLARY i Stanford Kentucky i I George D Hopper ISuccessor to J h VanAndale Dealer in Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds I ask a portion of the patronage of the people of Stanford and Lincoln county promising the best goods at the most reasonable pricesiGeorge D1 Hopper Stanford Ky GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY Are Extensive Dealers and Manufacturers of Doors Windows Blinds Sash Rough and Dressed Lumber Lime Ce mentPortland and Acme Washington Red Cedar Shin gles tWRITE THEM jFOR PRICES The Pennsylvania Lines IWill havo Very Low OneAVny Ilatcsj to points ill California Oregon Washington Ac and interme diate points every day from Sept 15 to Oct 31 Full information can be obtained at City Ticket Office Fourth and Walnut Stsj Station Pearl and Butler Streets Cincinnati 0 Abbotts oflice Cov iugton Kyor write Qeo W Weedon A Q P A Cincinnati Ohio i The Interior Journal Entered in the POll Office a1 Stanford U Hcowlchut tnaiter- pd1WSIUflJ TUESDAYS AND vmuw 8 AT 100 PER YEAR CAST will be charge SFWhen not o paid 1200 INSURANCElmAtorlnlUlt IInd Fire nnd2cone but the RIdttinlliiirnutsed aeIAss1uying jlte ordJUn ou5ltf U with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Uosldonco Phone Xo Si The New Mason Hotel RATES 1200 PER DAY i Lancaster Kv Wm SHUQABS Proprietor Electilc Lights In every room Refurnished end under entire New Manageraen NEW LIVERY STABLE BBSSE CLABK80H Inn JUNCTION CITY It Y- VbatCflasi Reasonable RateTurnouts at Men Attention to Traveling Special ln and For Sal Jesse W Sweeney J iRormirrou Fcocl and Slo Stable tLivery Ky wellfed and cared for Up date l Horses rigs at reasonable rates J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fIND FEED STftBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Also Rates la StreetCall on us on Depot Coal E DPeyton DEALEU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars ands Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTER Successor to Bruce Oarter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Kv tlpeciat attention to ollcited Commercial Men Your phandledon commission Stock Pone In Connection POSTED itrietlbelowWe whose names appear kind ot resny turbid ontlour place oar 11 prosecute passing ot the law violators to the full extent BrosMrs Ador Fred VonGruenlganAlber VonGruenigan Fred VonMlman Alfred tllmpsoa George Holmes ch Miss Mattlo n Rowe19hno11 DunnS M HolmesAe W EAmonW U Daugherty 0 FI moreM J Peter tYJartarJ Nevin Carter J E IIruceoN F Sbomaker Ferrlll DBKomenhchSam Charles Ensslln Mrs Ieter Balmer John MelerSamuel Llndsey Jacob Oacder Mrs Lytle David Stephens Mary Hoffmann JBJ I Shanks W Walker Garter a Foster Oooch Cummins W M Bright K Shanks A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Drug Storo iu tho Owelfcy Give Me Your Order I Can Please You AVhv Imy romlvinnilf rlotlilng vluntlirro lino little illlTiTfiicv tlu price of high urnilp sureInettttsktmby nuatlwrlonr to your nt Itnllor liiiveiiliiimUoimi lino Fall pricebuelneaovcTrrmts trousvrg nod fancy teats Ilio company I represent lion of the brit H C KUPLEY Urn Tailor Rvo5IDEBflITY phyakalmental11OOM11nJDIWnI the true tn e of prfrrtaaaboed thIUllHimdlolmntanhnakdlf1fOrt trine NlrCUni PreetrtlenUqeanundothrrlrou bin to over work amoklnir drug bablta and other caatea take Hen healthy Lion repair WMtetl ncrrea- KanAlly poc l for woTnrn ttno let tree K1srnleloPEER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO A FOR SALE AT PENNYS DBUO BTOBT JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e1rCecary Undertaker Eiabalmer and Dealer in Hanies3Saddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone Homo Phone First National BKyanCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Dank of liSI then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganized ai the First National Balk of Stanford 1862 hating had practically an unlnter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing business promptly and well than ever before Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car- porations Solicited II Paxton B Owiley H O Beo W B L Q W0 L Hubble W H In of du ana 35 in In In Officers J B HOOKER Preai BT IlAKHia V Prep j j MCROBERTS Obr W H WEARENAsst Ohn Directors V Reid Danville S T Harris Stanford J S Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney M D Elmore Stanford 8 H lUuzhman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J U Ilauehman Stanford J M Pettus 0 E Tate StanlordI URDU COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK BOOOO Directors McRoberts Building Successors to The Farmers Bank it Trust Company and under same management continuously- for 36 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Moping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial i Officers H SHANKSPresident J B Paxton Vice President W BRIGHT Oashlei W O WALKER Asst Oasbltr IN MEMORIAM In memory of Bottle Spratt who died at the home of her brother in Lincon county on Oct 1st nged 21 years had been an invalid for tho last year during which time her young life slowly but surely ebbed away All thRt tender loving hands could do and henrts devise was done First to stay and then to alleviate tho attack of the dread disease which had claimed her for Its victim Hers was a sad death in that she was taken away In the early dn8 of her matured womanhood Her 8un went down while It was yet day Yl1t her death was a happy one in that sho died the death of the righteous Call ly and bravely she met the messenger of death As her poor shattered Ixx y grew weaker seemingly her spirit grew stronger but towards the close of her life her suffering became so intense that all who knew and loved the dear girl could but rejoice when the spirIt was freed from its prison house of paii Just beyond in realm of glory In that city out of sight In that home where is no sorrow Where the Savior is the light She has gone to be with Jesus Loft the pain she sweetly bore And she waits to give us welcome On that happy Canaans shore But how sadly do wo miss thee And how often for theo sigh But wit hope soon to greet theo Some sweet day bye bye A SisTKn FARMERS DEPARTMENT Secondhand horse power for sal M S Baughman Denny Bros Santon won u good meat Latonia Monday Secondhand twohorse power for sale cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford Monte Fox bought of Thomas Gentry and N1 Buster of Boyle 77 1611 pound cattle at 4Jc Nino good steer calves for sale Good color and in good shape J M Itey nolds Wnynesburg It is said that per cent of the tobacco growers of Bracken county hac agreed to raise no tobacco next year Mr J W Bales has sold his handsome chestnut bay Lycurgus to Ncw York parties for 750 Richmond ReF ister Red heifer short horns weight abou 600 pounds has been at my place sine May 1st Owner canget her by payin for her keep and this notice B F Cain Turnersville J F Cook R Co of Lexingtor bought of W S Gibbs of Willisburj the yearling stallion Miller Mc for 258 George F Anderson sold to H G Fox a span of 5yearold work mule for 3GODanvlllc News Coffey Bros Young sold to Bright f Fox of Danville 21 head of cxtr good mules from 151 to 16 hands high fat for 3300 This is probably the best bunch of mules that has been ken from this county for many months Adair News No Poison in Chamberlains Cough Remedy From Nnpler New Zealand Herald 1wo years ago tho Pharmacy flours of New South Wales Australia has un analysis made of all tho cougl medicines that were sold In the market Out of tho entire list tlioj Found only one that they declared was entirely free from all poisons Tliii Deception was Chamberlains Cough emedy made by the Chambcrlnlr Modlolne Company Des Molts Iowa U S A The absence of nil narooUw takes this remedy the safest and IMS that can be had and it Is with a fooling of security thai any mother can give It to hoi little ones Chamberlains Cough Remedy is espeolally rroolll funded by its makers for coughs olds croup nnd whooping cough When taken in time it prevent non nonla This remedy is for salo by all druggists A quart bottle of whisky was placed in the outstretched hand on the statue oC Gen John C Breckinridgc which dorns the public square at Lexington and although the sight has been seen by hundreds none have volunteered to remove the bottle Tho act was the work of some Halloween pranks and has caused much indignation The Exact Thing Required for Constipation As ti curtain purgative and stomach urljlvr Chamberlains Stomach anti Ucr Tablets seem to bo tho Oct thIng required strong enough for tho most robust yet mild enough and safer children and without that terrible rlplng so common to most pur tathosII say It S Webster V Co Mora Ontario Canada For sale ull druggists G E Smith and J W Wood and twe unknown men part of the gang of burglars who attempted to rob the bank at Willard Ky arp now in jail at Grayson Tho two men who es sped are being followed by a potso and bloodhounds Raz Barlow ruined a now hat Friday night by forgetting to take it off when- he went to bed It is always impolite to go to bed with your hatonIIo wallow News But 24 cases of yellow fever remain under attention at New Orleans Son LostotherIConsumption runs in our family nnd through It I lost my mother writes K 13 Reid ot Harmony Mo For tho past eve years however on the alightest slgn of a Cough or Cold I have taken Dr Kings Now Dls artery for Consumption which hat saved mo from serious lung trouble Ills mothers death was n sad loss for Mr Hold but ho learned that limp trouble must not bo neglected anti how to cure It Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds 1rico WK and 8100 guaranteil at 0 L Penny1 Stanford Lyno IJros Crab Orchard Trial bottle free The Salvation Army industry in wastepaper provides some astonishing fig Urea Every morning horse vans men with hand trucks and men with bags go the round of tho London busInesS premises and collect the accumulation of paper and rubbish of all sorts 1 It Is taken to tho armys settlement where tho unskilled workers arc set to sorting It The waste paper so collected Is sorted into no fewer than 52 different classes Last year the army collected 7035 tons of waste paper obtaining for it a sum well over f50000 The Court of Appeals decided thai no one can maintain an action for removal of structures placation n public highwny except the public or some ont who had suffered special damage Oaf1 Tray lor UHAL1R IN Whisk Brandy WinGs Beer Gloars Etc SWoT STANF511WKY Prompt nd rolls attention Nothlnr but the be a drink Ma phoo it Ultgrtpb otttn rnatr- e tap attention Columbia Good Clothes lilt young reel tire clothes that will appeal to di erinlinatinjslntiers who appreci accurate fit ting W E PERKINSCrab A FAMILY SAFEGUARD h Pr Creen rral1 es w hfawoifUncleof Greatnchce to handle her s Throat and LUIII Cure The best family safeguard is a reliable household that will cure coughs colds chilly sensations running eyes and nose sore throat and bronchial affections that will keep the children proof against nil contagious diseases 4Such a Boschees German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh an all lung and bronchial troubles The fame of German as a con- sumptle cure since its purchase by Dr Green the niece of the Dr Boschcc has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere to 4two sizes sjc and 75CAn For Bale at Pennys Drug Store as Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company T Stanford Ky t 1 No Small farm 17 acrte mllra hOlD Man ford PfouOS fourgood roomttiack porch aud trranda Hood barn other bulldlcgt goo Cut lasts geld well fenced tU acre In eultlTatlon one acre In fruit trees riot In grau Ilought at cmumlstloaert tale at bargain and rn besot 51 bargain Clo to tchool rhurtb Price t13 prr sate land adjoining told fur Ito an 111 Tula la a bargain IDtI CealIrlbularTIroin 011atlOeerotkmile of said prvptny be v oak eta Tltio privet Will tell ur exchange Cal r terms 00I No 69A ales twoaiory eight room In Slaalord llu two balls got ells with coanetetborgoatranlenwell In kitchen nrgro cabin on place which nat per tuonth Till dwelling reatt rot IU pr month This rrup erty It la good repair and cia be bought fur fllM No u Farm 878 acre iplenilld MuvgrM Lund It unrein county Two ory1 room ttune realdrnrt 3 tenant houit turn roan for seer ftw heed tuck and all other nectMirr uuttMilMlngf all In gold reialr low to church Khojl polofflre railroad anJ tn coat Deighborbood 400 acret In eulllratlon rrat In gnu sad Umber etc Tbl It an dMI country home aa all uonrenleucva on placet rile etc watered with X natcr fainni Ie Pileereeonibls- haSICOaerraofhanJonewlle from Sonterttt KyeutInietnSells Forty Pert In culttti LIon 4o acre la balance In Umber Uwtll Ing coutalni IIa Lane barn and all nee ewaryuulbullilingt enetndbiilldlngilrtinlen relay lrlc 125W- NazihGOarrw of landlnlori couutr X at tls mllulroru rallruad sod U maw from Artanui rlrer seemly oeflaolh user bntloiu li IIntdUlland and lu grnat This land It for kali u pxehanar No5l lana nfSOiacrM In Uonln reunty Thne good dwellings good bun ud other out bllllllelCb bouw tarn etr stout lisp renter of 100 acre All on county road H mile from ebareh drool anol poaUiiDr L and will watered This li a nwl tabtcra farm and would comejIntimvarjt onilxitklluit Alo large hop MaI nehd lull lengthsit bci slid K rllde Tbli praptriy will be mid t a art low pk- Na 9A turn of tnern Irwile Mw pt5o- foNonlest In tbt county wrll aerfen imgpewl dwelling front pit Ill nrri +ue utbuldings A tplendld blue graaa fUll aid onlj Mmluutcf drhu from county teat tiwner nf nni lartn adjoining this eat recently reluted tU MI acre 0 r list al WW1 Ho MHftr mi oar Ileatant Point Ky Frets bouw3roomlandporch Uarn and pthei I tIO rnt In tint ber lteltwaterMOdyardruin imtofflca Knuol sat church hy well lute and In cute munlir Trie tCM- Nolleiuacnifanii i tnllet of Gab Orchard Ky illicit dwelling ruoiat two tenant bcea two barn welt and spring near dwelling errs In highttaU ol culiUallon IW arm rirer bottom tatid guwl fencing fruit err trIte 8780 an aero Ni t AnkeUrmat IlichUnd K well Ita prov ed win watereJ etc Price froo- i t6t at let of tint on Jamtitmm rod twuth ol DunnvUle roc acres In cultlvatluR atoui e1 acre In limb Sal rOIl in gtait A Urge new tram bell- nlf a IJ oaplac A new barn IIJ tw Mil It twelfwabted ai J the tracing It gout On ruMc rsJ Irk f ooo No i anllf cotton land In Mlttlttlpp Thurs it no tectlon of country uhkh olfert to many rtunltlet lot prufiliM Inrettaent at the 5151 sip IMtawhkh It now fitly detcrtbeJat Pros petltyVaHey Tbetlntcrlt teconlag nottvalu able all the time lot thertaton Ihttumbrpepif- rom trie North where use turply of timber It tae dlnlnlthlng are cmttantty Increattng their ret crates of timber knelt In the South hen the lim ber It removed the Uni It uneqoaiej for agrkultu ral purpu et It will produce a tale of cotton to the ore or win grow 0 other kind of crop raited in the tempwrattmu Tilt toll ne Jt no fertlHiers and rivet a yteU hkhcannot be excelled taftlllllow the title It petted and the nan the buy Delta farm anJ timber Lands at present prices It making an ina vestment that he will never regret Till tanJ It tfl vUed Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to Ihe tract to trDoo acres loth tract and ptk from sa per ant lift per acre according to location tic W alf authotlied ly the company who owns thei tan Jt to IlIle that at other pinks are contldcrlng th purchat ol then Ian Jt that we ont these trtctt tab Icctta prior M wlthJrawti ram market or stung In rlke wlthont notk However when nell they will told any tract out of market long enough lee the rUler to make an Invetttgatlon About itoooacratof this land Las teen told by the Corn pant lint we recelrJthloptbn ror further rar kale callataut erect No MA inn of are In Casey county Ky One and onebill atory dwelling with fix main good barn and other outbulldings Sixty acres In cultlrallon 43 sore la limber hull trrei etc Lara well on ooDnl road dOM to cburcbea ichouletc riteonlytttO Alan a 80 barrtl mill In Unrccr county Ky on Salt River btoam power now up todnte In crerr iartlcalar sea dwell log with Improvement and 20 acres or flue land close to coutliern rallrum Price 2e 000 No tIOU are of land sear Crab Orchard cheap No 7010Ilralnlotland and a nice ont dory all room frame dwelling In 3loKlnnuyKypate r work In kitchen and entity roooj and all uereaury oulbtilldlagi J1ar well fenced and la goal re air J1ul4lll00I fHO nd li lure ralhelynewandteensy ask 7M fur the whoelroj erty Wo 08 Farm of tiS acre In Casey TwoJtery frame dwelling two good barns and outbullItiD In rood rrpalr Bjilrndld asaeeo- tandanJingmxlrotcmunlty Abargain atVio0tNo 6t frnteafilAarrrs In Carry on two story room frame dwelling and 014 11dwi111ngIn fair OtIllIon hums and ollurout buildings ln county roadeplenJWlotarroland e welt watered two wclli aprlug eta This had ilrabl bow Price IIWW No 63arm of 73 Bear VYayneeburg d Dwrlllnt goal bua1e Well wlrrt treeing and In goal repair lroIuclle Ihoe itontland In KIIOh1bLoboo l de to school and on tout Irk27oNo It brven room dwelling good relUr and II etra land terfslhe well atdaprIr Kenrlnj CoIHIllatCNo4Two ilory hramedwelllnt7rtom hall sad feranda Uuod ganlen fencing and huuingood repair For Ml or rent Irlc roatonabla IInly new U within MI thru courtou tiaol poetotBc sod C 5deloL Iropettypike and county road and It tn rawilinn In that wctlon Wa 1111 Mbe whol tor ft 400 or In ltrrt or Iolllhn M Itr to suit purchaser fbu Ucvrtalnljr http prorlj 4INo 2t Dwelling of rooms with 20 arrce land In Moreland iond taro sod Bemiary outbutM Ingf 2 welts la yeah ple ndld obI cod 1 atree la r IriratXdNeUeultniuKlrettCVnUal Kentucky KnU lUttle Ui oho d 11tlalx 1VgntaebarKtseatesin In film rollIoa one fouli retie oapltwatered ty nerd toll181 Spring lrlc xa No DlIouDd fire atrN of land In UcKln ney Ky Iar outbulldlngi Keoclrig good easyteemNo 7529area cf goml liod sirroeue two t story oIlIlofwill waterrd good knelng te U tbe el Slaalunl clove to UradKl Kbonl anti ehiirtbea This It drtirablti home liltreatonaMe Nn S76roost frame cotlign and on arland la KlnirtTllle Ky Ijirm burn amok bout ttlrfileNo iUTaanofhadlwo story front tot Uge seen ruomi balli etc lleuee la new I good garOin and tplendtd orcbetdet II sees fearless good two IIH buggy bouts mule bout etc good well on Ic there It also a gout mill oa the plea aOtl cruihtr In mill U It run by nat ural whirs li a great and the diu jetsagueNOW tram hotel large roomidouMe reran duo hallway Etc A large S atory tlorereoo stint Subset from hotel slut suit a blnfurJwe tog 2nlvecottagveulalyfurnished palnMitroomsndTrandakAisrge tardO Vacant lot adlolnlmg feel front by ftdep Alt oflbtprottyIinLondon Ky torllIprlflor r tuonlh amount of UI brush hi lesson for arlllrtgl proprietor desire to eithanie muntyNo cottage water la kitchen A rood trio coal bOw io and t good gtrdtn filrelttOV- Ho 7LA small fares of 79 arna of foe t lan- dloeatJelnttolewn Prim 13 HO 321 ricrtMi in Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 50 term cultivated about US In timber and Rraei and about grass Timber on place U cut to is 115010 but will f05kv barrel timber stingqand curd wood enough to the place twice over A Urge part it fenc ed Thetwuro tour dwelling of 4 room each and one store of twoatorle with room above ha wells and aprlng of water It In S mites of county seat and tobacco corn wheat Rrau etc for fro Onehalf Cash countyKtbuilt 8 year ago Stcurnand water power tlH latter 8 months of the year It In an todate roller mill with burrs for corn and t meal bolt The engine is of year runt 14 acres with the mill Including what It with tbe house of S room All for 16250 or IV too for the mill and 11 acne One hat cash Man fine trado No mill In 10 ullr 40tFroarmofhndnice JanrU nCttytutla wtea geld Se crrt fulllrallOotrllt In gnu t nive young orchard and o her Lou in Anluk Tarty old poundttf- Katwlail year Well watered and fencing good hool and rburcliee A twottory tit room fume ilwillorituol Lara rrlbll etc silk govd repair lllcelMW No 3dt0 wens ol unlinprorM Und In Iron county Me 11nll hOld Station oa iron Mountain route Will bells eicbttefr proj rtjln Uncoln county PAINT THIS FALL Theres no better painting time than the fall Weather conditions ire usually very favorable to good results No heavy rains to soak into the lumber as in the spring No gnats and flies to stick to the fresh paint Its best to protect your buildings against winter leather Youll get a good job if you paint now witn THE SliERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT l Caruso toosrsr wuwoat west 00rCome to us for color card J SOLD BY WILL NCRAIGDru- ggist and Optician W B McRoberts DRUGGISTI Sells Ivnrfees Ketuly Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested dod SoreBed Bug Destroyer I