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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f t t t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL T VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1905 NO 68 r About Beer and Whisky An Expert Talks Robert Thomson n wealthy English capitalist who has been looking thro tho United States for the pursue of J making investments in In Washington on his return to his home Having read 4 some recently published olllcial figures f indicating tho great increase in the con r flumptionof beer In the United States l some attention to breweries in r different ides nail to tho liquor and taxation laws of tho country studying the Internal revenue laws of the treas ury To your correspondent ho expressed some mighty Interesting views Con dttioiu in America uro far different to- what they nru in Great Dritnin so far lu the consumption of alcoholic drinks f concerned I have noticed few plO plo over hero who are tho worse for drtiik and thoio were In saloons amt In nearly all instances thoy wore drinkers of spirits Tho method of Drinking liquor without water and then I drmlring a little water afterward loads tz drinking moro than would bo the ca4o In England where tho spirits and writer Bro mixed together Hear drinking In this country from my observation seeme l to ho without drunkonnes I understand tho Amer t ican beer contains only about three per cent uf nlcohol Wo would consider this a temperance drink in Rngland our teem being much heavier and contain ing a higher percentage of alcohol I do not understand why temperance rOo formers In America mako objection to the beer of this country while elders and similar drinks containing far moro alcohol are not objected to I presume T r 7 it is because the true facts are not knownThe way we look at those things in England Is that the objection to n drink Is in tho amount of alcohol it contains Ily this we make n light against the drinks containing high percentages of alrohoLflrat not class ing them nil together like tho torn peranco people here do I should think that If the temperance leaders of America could educate the j copo to the milder antI lighter drinks ta booing the strong ones they would ac complish more than they do in advo eating prohibition Another thing that struck mo fur cibly Is tho heavy government tax up on beer It Is the drink of the workingman by reason of IU cheapness purity and food qualities It Is bettor that this Is so us the American work Ingman Is unexcelled the world over If he drank stronger drinks ho would ho less useful nnd reliable The working people of Great Britain would be up In arms If such legislation existed in that country Alcohol is taxed heavier In my country than In any other in tho world but the taxation Is In accordance wits the proof strength It appa to mo that the rich mans drinks should boar as hoavyaprojKNrtion of tux as tho poor mans but that is not so In the United States whore beer pays a much heavier tax than tho strongOlltsllrlts JohnDuncanA tow weeks ago Mr got hold of a Bfjuarobullt Western pony with lowing manu and tail says the Hancock Clarion Uo thought ho had u treasure until ho attempted to put the Naragansolt to Homo practical use Tho animal was an enemy to mankind and when a member of tho genus homo would go near ho would raise his hoof and sight like u boy with n mugkot When ho believed his airs was good h would lot go and perforate tho atmos phere If the horse failed to strike a man after taking careful aim he would become so enraged that he would scream like a panther UlIIIIItlewn and really grieve Two days ago ho died because ho missed a follow when kicking at him A Disastrous Calamity U Is a disastrous calamity when health because Indigestion you lose your and Constipation have sapped It away1rutnpt relief outs bo had In Ur King1 New rte rills They build up your digestive organs nnll cure headache dizziness eollo flconstipation etc Guaranteed at G Stanford Lyno BIOS Crab Orchard 25e The amount required for the com pletion of the existing project on the Falls of the Ohio river is estimated In tho annual report of the chief of engineers at 17756979 Tho balance available on July 1 last was only 78U9 Tho Government has steps to prevent the importation Into this coun try of egg yolks mixed with borax n k product coming from China and used it is said by wholesale bakers when American eggs are high When you want u pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other un pleasant effect Sold by all druggists c 1IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Dudley Burnett U adat Uryante yule from tho infirmities of old age A wife and 14 children survive him Tho lank of Mt Vernon has declar ed Its usual 10 per cent dividend be sides putting u nice little sum to the surplusI11L Vernon Signal In n fight at Richmond over a bar bill Anse Harris a saloonkeeper was stabbed and J L linker former candi date for county assessor was shot In the leg Neither man was seriously in juredMrs Walter Stotts whoso husband was killed in a street fight at Harroda burg by Policemen Hritton and Herron says sho will fight the case to tho bit lot end Tho ofllcora were acquitted of tho killing of Sam C Hlack which oc curred at tho same time Middleeboro Is practically at the murcy of u lot of ruffians led it is said by Frank Hell Indicted for tho murder of Jack llolen The new mllltiu com pony Is patrolling tho street but this is not deemed effective liuslnestt Is paralysed mid the Western Union man ager has been warned not to send out any more prate domicile Sheriff Ty rus Howard has notifies tho county aathoritlue that ho will resign his office Claud Crubbts and Klvln Mays of Kldds Store loaded with mean whisky went to the homo of J II Pcmberton and acted so unmanly that Iomlrarton began on them with an ax tho only swans of defense handy May reed y ed an ugly wound in the held neck and shoulder and Grubbs one In the back 14 Inches long severing two ribs from the backbone Meanwhile Mays regained consciousness and opened fire upon Iombcrlon one ball entering the right lung and lodging In tho left arm pit and another taking effect in the loft arm making an ugly flesh wound It U believed that Pemborton will die of hla wound Mays and Grubbs have loft for arts unknown It Is report ed Ca soy News C U Candler alias James n Smith has been arrested at lied Lodge Mont QJ a forger charge at the request of Somerset Ky officials Candler who is in poor physical mlltlon not only admits his connection with tho forgery saying It amounted to only 30 but also states that he Is implicated In a killing in Kentucky lie admitted to Sheriff Potter that he had killed u man in Somerset and had escaped from jail He declares the net was committed in selfdefense Ho had brought suit against John Stangor who aa a result essayed to out him with a knife and during n scullle he shot Stanger He was convicted of manslaughter but es caped He says ho now wants to re turn to Kentucky One Recompense Nows the doleful Time of year When the leaves are Sad and sore All the skies loom Dark and gray Whilst most people Feel that way Drear nnd irksome Is the tall Time of wormwood Titno of gall Hut theres one wee UnoC light Piercing through tho Inky night When the bleak wlmls Strip tho trees Then the darned m- ossefreeze Mans Unreasonableness Is often as great as womans Hut Thus S Austin Mgr of thuIIltO publloun of Loavomvorth fad Wits not unreasonable when ho refused to allow tho doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble Instead ho anys wo concluded to try Electric Hitters My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her led and live lft physicians hud railed to re hove her After taking Klcctric Hit lets she was perfectly cured and can now perform all liar household duties Guaranteed by G L Penny Stan ford Lyno Hros Crab Orchard Price rife Tho stork ono day lint lost its way Was tired and full of rancor And asked the child That at it smiled Where It would like to anchor Tho kid was wise As youll surmise And murmured to the birdie Just take mo down To New York town To dear old PaMcCurdyPuck After n quarrel with her husband Mrs James Brcnnan of Minneapolis shot and killed two of her stepchil dren fatally wounded two others and mortally shot herself Rev 0 M Huey preached at Somer sot Sunday INEWS NOTES progress in a coal mine at Amsterdam 0 Gov Luke Wright has sailed irom Manila for San Francisco Mrs F M Turner of Pensacola FlaM shot and killed her husband Henry Schnull known ns tho father of the Indianapolis wholesalo district Is dead Nineteen persons were injured in n wreck on the Southern Pacific railroad at Santa Margarita Cal Four former officials of the North weatdrn National Life Association have heed indicted at Minneapolis- Mrs Maude Uromlwick wife otan aeronaunt full from balloon ut Ander son S 0 and was instantly killed President Roosevelt has issued his proclamation naming Thursday No vember 30 as a day for thanksgiving- In Muhlonburg county Tom Middloton was killed by Postmaster Tom Tho former was mistaken for a burglar John Mitchell spoke to 18000 people at Linton lad and urged tho miners to take n determined stand for better payDr Percy D McLeod n reputable Boston physician has been arrested in connection with the dross suit case murderA has been flied at Gadsdcn Ala convoying the Oneonta nnd At talla railroad to tho Louisville and Nashville The proposed consolidation of the First National Third National and Central Banks of Lexington has been de clared off- Louis Levy a distinguished French architect either jumped or fell from a flat window in San Francisco Ho was instantly killed Steps have been taken which may lead to a new courthouse for Frankfurt within a year The Fiscal Court now has a plan under consideration The Louisville nnd Southern Indiana Traction Company has decided to extend its lino from New Albany and Jof fcrsonville to Charlcstown Ind The heading and dry kiln department of tho Paducah Cooperage Company burned last week entailing a loss of 150000 with but slight insurance Deputy Sheriff Walter Wilson formerly a Sergeant in tho Fourth Ken tucky volunteers was fatally shot by William Oaborne in Owsley county William Astor son of William Wal dorf Astor was compelled to pay 2 alien tax before being allowed to land in New York from the steamer Cedric Chief Justice Hobson ruled that Congress did not give tho Federal Courts jurisdiction where the plaintiff and one of tho defendants were citizens of the SlateS en miners are dead and a number of others seriously injured as the result of an explosion in ono of the Tidewater Coal and Coke Companys mines at Vi vian Va- C E Smith one of the Willard Bank robbers died at Grayson from the wound he received during his flight Before dying ho made a circumstantial statement of tho robbery An effort to organize a mutual insur ance company to writo insurance on distillery property will be made by Louisville distillers if the rates on quick aging warehouses are raised Tho Lexington chapter of tho United Daughters of the Confederacy has sent to Charles Scott proprietor of the Lex agolnslthein DRUGS ORE Tells Why They Endorse Vlnol So Highly First Vinci contains In aconcontrat ed form all of tho medicinal curative elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers but without a drop of oil to nauseate and upset the stomach and retard its work therefore where oldfashioned cod liver oil or emulsions willdo good Vinol will do far more good Second Because Vinol is not a patent or secret medicine it contains no Injurious drugs to react upon the eye tern and you know just what you lire taking us everything it contnius is printedon tho back label of every bot tic Third Because Vinol acts first upon the stomach creates a healthy appe tite tones up tho digestive organs pu rifles and enriches the blood and in a natural manner health is restored and strength is created Fourth Since we first put Vinol on tho market our admiration for it has steadily increased because it rarely disappoints a customer in fact we can truthfully say we never sold a medicine strengthformothers and to build up strength after a severe sickness Again Vinol Is endorsed by eminent physicians and guaranteed by over 2000 of the leading druggists of this country These are some of the reasons why we believe in Vinol Pennys Drug Store L 4CoI HUSTONVILLE Major George Handy of Mercer spent last week with Dr Bohon J W Allen is grazing and feeding 100 big cattle for Morris Farris of BoyleW G Cowan shipped three cars of heavy cattle to Chicago last Thursday and went with them He reports their sale at satisfactory prices Mr John T Newton of Campbell vllle for 16 years jailer of Taylor county has resigned his position and come to makd his homo with his son Abe Newton Quite u number of boys some of whom are wdll grown and all well known on Halloeun night committed acts of vandalism In the willful and de liberate destruction of personal proppr ty An some of the grand jury at the next term of court are from this local ity the probability is that the mutter will be Investigated by that body James Frye und his excellent family leave about the 15th to make their homo in Lexington whore Mr Fryes greatly increased business demands all his time With much regret we give them up and hope Dame Fortunes smllo may meet their every want and in tho near future having acquired a sufficiency of the ever needful gladly will we welcome them home again mid the scenes of their childhood in the West End The spirit of vandalism seems to have reached the limit in the vicinity of Kidds Store as well as here and the in dignation of the good people there is intense Some weeks since a Magda line of Long Branch was brutally assaulted and the matter of wide publici ty line never proved the drastic legal measures so eminently demanded Rath er has there been virtual condoncmcnt by measures of arresting justice white certainly encouraged the path invasion of John Pcmbertons home with tragic resultsElvin Mayca and Claud Grubbs were reasonably drunk and forced John at the muzzle of a pistol handled by Mayes to feign drinking from their bottle of whisky to lie down on bed and perform some capricious evolutions Then Maycs grasps a girl of 12 or 13 years dragging her out the door in the dark while Grubbs with a razor held near tho babys throat making an indecent proposal to the young frightened mother Then Grubbs followed Moyes and his proposed victim out of the house Pemberton fished nn ax from under tho beddcalt Grubbs a cut in the back which he hoped had killed him then attacked Mayesdealing him a lick on the head which failed of its design because of a bullet from Mayes faith ful 44 disabled an arm and lodged near the hurl and ho lays now in a very precarious condition Grubbs arid Mayes have sufficiently recovered to flee the country The outrageous brutality of this affair is unfit for publication From reports tho officials of Casey county were derelict in their duty or the van dals would have been captured HI Thank The Lord cried IIannah Plant of Little Rock Ark for the relief I got from BuCk leas Arnica Salvo It cured my huff ful running sores which nothing else would heal nnd from which I hno suffered for fi yours it Is u mane Ions hoalor forotits burns and wounds Guaranteed at 0 L Pennys Stan owl Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 2uc All argument in favor of the secret ballot is overwhelmed by tho indisputable fact that there have been moro frauds more contests more heated partisan fights and more buying and selling of votes under the 12 years of secret voting than in the preceding generation of open ballot casting Every good citizen what ever his politics should turn this fact over in his mind and vote as his con science appeals to him Glasgow Times Mrs Arthur Massillof Wayne county started a fire in the kitchen stove with crude oil An explosion fop lowed and sho was burned to death and her husband and sisterinlaw were probably fatally burned Tho house was destroyed by flames Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This is the most successful medicine In the world for bowel complaints and is the only remedy that will euro chronic diar rhoou Every bottle U warranted For sale by all druggists Police and soldiers are said to have led the mobs which committed the re cent atrocities in Odessa Tho city is now fairly quiet Tho casualties are said to aggregate 5740 Clay county man weighs 308 pounds and his wife 230 A daughter 23 years old weighs 90 pounds nnd her two yearold brother half as much Saloonkeepers of Falmouth have signed an agreement to cooperate with the grand jury to prosecute all who violate Sunday liquor law 1ftf 0 You Are Invited To pay myetore a lengthy call that you may incpcct the many now andauptoilnle and desirable things I have so carefully bought for this seasons lolling P My Stock Was Never So Complete As it is this season T have never owned quite as laud onto a lot of good things at one time I uni sure I can please your taste I am positive Ican save you money IWt buy one cents worth of goods until you have gone thoroughly through my stock of halland WinterrcNDry Goods Clothing Shoes Boots Hats and Caps Ladies Skirts and Cloaks Ladies and Gents Furnishings Rubber Footwear Etc l A Dollar Saved Is A Dollar Made SAM ROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY ff nIFI Bargains In Buggies t On account of having to give pos session of our 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 HIGGINS STANFORD KY I DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS Arc the favorite tools cf good work men Their all aroundgoodness has made them so and all who ever used them wear by them You cant use any other kind if you want to do the best work CD1SELStOAreIiErS 61iSAILSILES GEORGE H FAfRIS Stanford Kentucky rg iI1s 3 Copper lined Bath Tubs your choice for j 3 I No 28 Box Stove for wood at 6 I joint of Pipe and Damper free large Can non 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 your dues at this office 7V c l s i The Interior Journal i i E C WALTON DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator R L HUBBLE For RepreicntaltTO J M ALVERSON- For County Judge R C 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 i W HERRIN FOR MAGISTRATES Stanford District Jas A Duddcrar Hustonville W M Dudderar Crab Orchard D J Smith Waynesburg Dave R Adams INVESTIGATION shows that there are I millions of copies of bound volumes of printed matte absolutely thrown in the dump pile in the public printing office and utterly worthless Mr l Ricketts the new Public Printer has made a cut of 907022 in the esti mates of the cost of the Government printing in the next fiscal year For the last fiscal year ending June 30 the cost of the public printing was 6760256 There is no doubt that o this enormous total might be reduced onehalf by proper changes in the printing laws without public detriment GOVERNOR HOCH in a speech before the Womans Christian Temperance Un ion Conveution at Topeka Kan said that he will depend to a great extent upon the prayers of Kansas women in his coming contest for renomination Prayers are good things in their places but they dont generally win elections The governor is a goner if he doesnt apply the usual methods MAYOR POWELL and President Roose velt are in conflict The former who has made some reputation as a Thanks giving proclamation writer since he has been mayor of Henderson proclaims the fourth Thursday as the day to give thanks and now comes the president 1fixing the fifth Thursday The matter ought to be taken before Judge Coch ran for adjustment SCORE another for Theodore HeI went to Wilkes Barre Pa recently and addressed the Catholic temperance workers Immediately afterward the Grand Division Sons Temperance of Pennsylvania in the headquarters sentr workers into thecoal fields and as areri suit 22 divisions of the organization have been formed with a membership of 2000IREPOIITS from all over the county in dicate democratic success but unless c democrats do their full duty that success is not assured Work vote and talk for the splendid democratic ticket v and last but not least vote against the secret ballot system or in other words vote in the square markede yes is Tim awful news comes from Wash ington that Commissioner Yerkes was too busy to come to Danville and vote Is Mr Yerkes getting careless politically is 7Ii POLITICAL J G Scott who was the democratic nominee for sheriff of Jessamine coun ty died at Nicholasville- Louisville sports are offering to bet five to one on Barth being elected may y or but there are no takers Many prominent Democrats in Mary land are lined up in opposition to Senator Gormans constitutional amendment plan Prince Louis of Battenburg was received by President and Mrs Roose velt at the White House He deliver ed to the president a message of good will from King Edward The prince was behind time in making his official call on Secretary Bonaparte and apolo gized for the delay The Owensboro Messenger charges that J H Rowland postmaster atI Cloverport asked for the printing of a lot of dodgers in connection with the Senate and legislative raceS in Meade Breckenridge and Hancock counties having for their object the defeat of the democratic candidates i Secretary Taft has inspected the lo cations for fortifications at the Pacific terminal of the Panama canal Col D B Henderson former speaker of the National House of Representa tives is at the point of death at Dubuque Iowa- Chief Justice Hobson decided that the Fusion ticket in tetchcr county must go on tha ballot but under the Democratic emblem Senator Morgan in an interview sums up the three great pending polit ical issues as railway rate regulation Federal control of insurance and the tariff question Here and There Col J Smith Hurt a veteran of the Mexican and Civil wars is dead at Mt Sterling Tho post officcs at Glasgow Junction and Smiths Grove were broken into and robbed At Verner Wisn Chicago High School football player was fatally hurt while at play One death and one new case of yellow fever were reported yesterday in New Orleans For the first time since 1888 the saloons in Minneapolis were cldsed Sunday by order of the mayor John H Yancey a wellknown Louisville tobacco malT died at Horse Cave after a brief illness of pneumonia John Vaughan a farmer of Bedford county Va and his wife and niece were killed in a runaway accident Jacob Haugh his wife and son were burned to death in a fira which destroyed their residence near Dayton 0 Dr Z Test a prominent educator of Richmond Ind died of injuries resulting from falling down a flight of stairsLast year 92 Christian Sunday schools observed Boys and Girls Rally day and gave 51742 This year 1000 is persons were killed a number of others injured and many buildings demolished by a tornado at Mountain view Okla Henry Morton night mailing clerk at the Owensboro postoffice has been ar rested on the charge of removing val uables from letters He was held to answer to the Federal grand jury in bond of 1000 The Middlesboro militia company and a posse of deputy sheriffs made an at tempt Sunday afternoon to arrest RI- ley Frank and Shelby Ball leaders of the party of outlaws which has been terrorizing the country around Cumber land Gap Two men were discovered in the mountains and there was a running fight in which three men are believed to have been wounded The shack used by Balls friends was riddled by the bullets of the militiamen- MATRIMONIAL Albert Drown and Miss Cora Ellis of Casey were married in Danville by Rev W L Dorgan News comes by way of Somerset that Miss Alice Roosevelt and Congress man Longworth are not engaged fhis ought to settled the mooted ques tion Herman Mand 17 years old and Samantha Rogers 14 years old of Carter county got married Mands father recently married the widow Rogers she married her first husband at the age of 15 Mr J C Colson a prosperous farm er and Miss Polly Eubanks a splendid lady both of the Hubble section were married at the home of Mr A C Car Sunday Dr William Shelton of this place officiating Ws are not acquainted with the groom but his brides a splendid friend of this paper and ts editor and we congratulate him on winning her heart and hand She is a laughter of Mr J Wesley Eubanks one of Lincoln countys best men Mr G A Walter the clever Kings ls marchant was married Sunday to Miss Birdie Johnson a charming young woman of that place The groom is an exresident of this place and is one of the very best citizens in the county He a brother of Messrs James and Jesse Walter of Stanford and has many friends here who heartily congratulate him on the jewel he has won His bride both pretty and popular and will prove we believe a helpmeet fond and true The INTERIOR JOURNAL joins the legion of friends of the happy couple In wishing them all the good things that an come to them Herb W Edwards Injured Herb W Edwards of Des Molnes Iowa got a fall on an icy walk last wlntellssnralning his wrist and bruising his knees The next daIhesays they were HO sore and still I was afraid I would have to stay in bed but I rubbed them well with Chamberlains Pain Balm end after a four applications all soreness had disappeared I feel that this bottle of Pain Balm saved mo several days time to say nothing of the suffering This liniment Is for sale by all druggists FOR SALE House and 4J acres of Ind one mile south of McKinney on Middleburg pikd property of Mrs Lu Lewis For termsapply to J F Cash The wages of Alabama union miners will be advanced two and a half cents a ton 29tlt CHURCH MATTERS Revs R R Noel A J Pike n Thomas Smith begun a meeting at the D nightThree13 people injured by an explosion which wrecked a bank building at Ishpeming Mich The Christian Womans Board of Missions is trying to raise this year 200000 the amount last year was 17442380 Salvation Army Gen Booth is active in his old age and will raise S5000000 to send 5000 emigrants from England to AustraliaTho Mi Obrecht abbot of tho Trappist Monastery at Gethsemanc has returned home after 11 months absence in South Africa Rev F 11 Hill formerly pastor the Methodist church at Lancaster has just closed an interesting and success ful meeting at the Methodist church at Richmond There was an oldfashioned love feast and shouting at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning when the pastor Rev Gilbert Glass announced that he had declined to accept the position recent ly tendered him of assistant editor of the Louisville Christian Observer When You Have a Bad Cold You want u remedy that will only give quick relief but effect permanent cure You want a remedy that will relieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy You want a remedy that will coun tract any tendency toward pneumonia You want a remedy that Is pleasant sad safe to take- Chamberlains Cough Remedy meets all of these requirements and for the speedy and permanent cure of bad colds stands without a peer For sale by all druggists FOR RENT lllnckmiiltli shop tooU houw unil garden at lcglningJnntltsswith It NJMlOONAMOIthllubhleK- yTO THE LADIES I Iheveopetcd u lrr f making KttnblUh ment nt 11111I0llle on Avenue u ml ntk a share of the ladle of thU community proinUlntf satisfactory work live men trial Miss HIIODA WlIlTro For Sale Privately acreMy horse land iltualed Juit ouulde of town limit un the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen audler ant room good Cellar stable and all sensory outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard and one for tock J P BAILEY n r0II8luuvlfcKTGiavY Vwstiisnv uenQTon K- YItrCtrtmt Award at Icmttit World Eiro positionbsorraltRooks all411oar llll family abOlit IA sntULnDrTbjrtlrtilJVutUrfMtwiyWILBUR 4Wwrty If your ffft could speak they would cry for so loud that you would have to buy them Your shoes will never be URFIT unless they are MANSS They will dip up and down at the heel andwear boles 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 Ira BAIX BX HJ McROBERTS 1 1 dI I UNDERWEARt t j DNo part of a mans dress is more necessary d J winter than his Underwear Our stock i- setespecially fine this time In the IBalbrigan color we have a nice quality ribbed at 50c i r per garment and a very fine one indeed at per garment A cotton fleeced very heavy and a good one at SOc Wrights Health wool fleeced at per garment I have theoagency for Robert Reis Royal Silk Plush the nicest and most pleasant Underwear on ora275 a suit All sizestr t d H J MROBERTS STANFORDI I iIq PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Mid Utatlfit to hair a lnmrt nl pwtX fTtr Fill lo Anton any trslr lo its Youthful Cur tlx filUnc UMBRELLAS HcCovered and repaired and made almott u Rood ai new for a amount I can it your umbrella batter than the tramp repairers and for IMI money Give me a trial FRANK ATKIIU Stanford H F HILLEN MEYER I SONS flue Crass Nurseries Lexington KY Offer for the Hall of ll fin full stock of fruit and ornamental tars grope vine iikparn gill ininll fruit rhulNurb shrubs etc employ no agent lull sell direct to the planter Uutulogueoti application Rich Haflgtiif Ffrk Farm Fir Hint t of JIO netts known us the Ormu- npluCtIIrtlloolllnwaonllllll w1UrID or III ncr w errs of fresh cornllnod urn s for uets about the sums In nipiidow nnil Km mniHludcr In blurs plneo will wulendlYnlsfurrentfor K v jrrnr Apply to T J Foster Htnnford Ky HOTEL PROPERTY AND STAILE FOR SALE I Oolru to lrhutlh my hotel or tynml llviry tonvllle llullil lug used ua hotul or privaterrddene0- nud lawrtlnrnngrdfurtwofninhIks hit lists M ntnlli unit Is In Ilcn ty inter lit torn and hutrl If tousr Is nut sold by Jan lit will rent It for nut yenr Ilouse nod horn newly rovontl Hotel U In Uruilf l HclKMil Ulitrlut For further nrtlc Mara mil on or address II IAHPKNTKIt Iluitoiivlllo Ky THE VERDICT I Hcrojniloor window nciwni nnd screen 1Vlckless OII Mlovea lmc0 Uurtuin Hlindig Ioten Kxtfllitnn llruck ts MnttliiK 1ortlernn furtnlnMtretchers1nrlwtHtndchen Herb llriuhf to riiiiovn wnter etc rolll ectlon Onrprt unit lliilldlim Iiper IkHlrMI Window liiH r Ililnt VnrnUh HtiiliiH unit Kiminitl Ilcture Iriinud OliiM Itnggloi New nod Old Furniture lomo and sre yon can niunu keep Oood IIv cr 111 of liorstul luiunli and feed Excellent undurtakUiU eqnlpiiient- 1lunty of hones and tvvtl llulilKr Tiring donePruitt BrothersMorulnnd KyI Do You Want a Home If do we sun furnish you one nny klllilIyou want Wn liuv for sole iiKrent of anus Ihn II hilt IIOUMH biulucks liount and butlnvK IIrollollllulIHI If You Want a Farm writ us what kind of n pliico you are look for what slru what Itnprovpmmt lwsrtlnentlnfornustlnYe yyoutireonthoiinrk A nottul card will one printed listsbrtag you ORNTItAb KY IlKAIj KHTATK OO tt Lebanon KY Jf t I I e I l1oliday Presents 1 r t t fWe have tXhibitClt nice Iiulidny- Uisplaye before but none that com pare with the one we now ark yOU to i11r11ect WatcJlCtI Fine Jewelry SilYver Noveltks and Silver Talllewnre line llalld Painted Chlno Cut Glass Etc Etc IIigh Quality Goods at r Low JlritCft Come nnll be 011 vincec1r WIH MuellertWatchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY sif PENNYS DRUG STORE THE OTHER DA- YII my feet wet Tho next morning had ft bnd cough I kept a bottle of Pennys White Pine and Tar On my desk mid every time I felt like coughing I tookIIlIipjullt enough to wet my throiit and by night my cough was gUile 25 Cents a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky TO THE LADIES Wo have lust returned from too Oltlei with nice lino of Full and Winter hat Will la Iod to havw the ladle cull and ex amine our stock MllH KINO AND MlHB IIiadlNH Grab Orchard Ky MILLINERY I J Now Kali nod Winter Millinery Just re celvedcotnlstingofOngehuts with nover ill other Ieuding mnk1 find atJI Thu In din of till lectlonnro cordially Invited to call unit sce them Mrs Kate Myers Hustoiville t vry Severance Soni1 1 1 J SANrada KY Nov 7 1905 f uNoVl Its White Pine and Tar See our window Pennys Drug t Store PERSONALS t MR E1L BEAZLBY remains very III i a jvBRiaiiT HAYS is drumming for H D Curter i IR MOROAN SIMS of Collinsvlllc is here MR J E PORTMAN is up from Lake land to vote L MRS W S GRINSTEAD Is with her daughter Mrs E II Beazlcy Mn KARLES COFFEY of McKinney mado a business trip to London MRS II C WRAY haa returned from a visit to friends nbNicholasvillc t Miss LEE Boiinirr of Danville was with Mr and Mrs W T Smith Sun t day MRS J T BINOAMAN returned Sun day from a protracted stay in Louis ville GEORGE MENEPEE of Georgetown College spent Sunday with hU parent here STEVB WALKER of Garrard was tho guest Sunday of his brother W 0 Walker X I Mn AND MRS JAMES MERSIION of Lebanon Junction were guests of hllr- I mother here J LEE MURPHY the merchant prince of Hcdgcville has been quite sick but 4 Is improving MRS J A DUPDERAR and Miss Bes sie Yantts spent Saturday with Lancas relativesMRMRS WALLACE WALTER of Klngavllle were here with his broth 1crtlast week MR AND MRS J E BUCK have mov ed to the homo of her mother Mrs Mattle Nevius MR J D DEIP of Hustonvillc re turned yesterday from a visit to hit father at Glasgow ELI C E POWELL of Lexington was hero with his slater Mm W G Withers last week Miss LILUE PEYTON and friend Miss Veal of Middlcsboro were guests of the formers relatives here MR J M MCCARTY mine host of Hotel Corbin at Corbin is down to vote and work for the democratic ticket MESDAMES MOLLIE MILLER and J K Carson of Oklahoma are guests of Miss Mollie Brooks at Crab Orchard MR STEUIIKN GODIIEY and sister Miss Della Godbcy of Casey were guests of Mr and Mrs J F Rigncy- WM THURMOND son of Mr and Mrs 0 J Thurmond is recovering from a severe attack of appendicitis Danville 4News MRS J S MURPHY and daughter Miss Berta Murphy of McKinney were guests of Mr and Mrs L B Nunncllcy MRS WILL JONES Is at the bedside of her sister Mrs G B Jones who is seriously III at the home of her mother i Mrs Lucy Holtzclaw MRS J It BEAZLEY and daughter Eloise aro visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Mershon on Vernon Avenue Somerset Journal Dn HAWKINS BISHOP formerly of Huatonvillc has formed a partnership with Dr Gamblin for tho practice of medicine at Burnside and orders the I J sent to him there- I MOVE to San Antonio Texas next week and not wanting to miss a copy of the I J will ask you to change my paper Hope my next move will boj back to Lincoln county writes Mr K Shelby Carpenter from Seguin Texas MR ISAIAH WHITES family is mov ing to the Minks property Wo aro always glad to welcome such good citi zens to our midst Mr White will run the blacksmith shop on upper Main rt Street and will doubtless secure a large share of public patronage Moreland cor Advocate Mn Louis WHITT and family of the East End will leave Thursday for Stroud O T to locate Their many friends nil over the county will give them up with much regret Mr Whitt would have moved several weeks ago but wanted to vote the democratic tick et In Lincoln county again MR CAL NEVIUS and family loft for Crab Orchard this week to reside where tTthey have purchased property Lancaster regrets giving up this excellent family Miss Pearl Aldridge of Stan ford Is visiting her aunt Mrs J R Htwelden Mrs Geo D Robinson of Lincoln county visited her mother WalkerLancaster Record Mrs Dorcas t SR 1rp 5 IT IS YOUR MOVE T Dont procrastinate for you know the game well enough to realize there isY 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 Slit AND MRS A D PAIISONS have moved to Corbin tin T K WATSON who has a good position with tho Lexington Street Railway passed up to Crab Orchard yesterday to vote LOCALS Dnv goods boxes for sale John P Joncd LAP robes and carriage heaters at W II Higglns NOT a bit too early to make your se lection now W II Mueller jeweler BltlNO prescriptions Dr W N Craig for low prices and best ser vice THOSE having tickets at my store will greatly oblige mo by settling at once John 1 Jones n Those owing me for threshing or for goods are urgently requested to settle at once James N Cash I HAVi added a cleaning pressing and general repair business Suits made now Give me a trial Ed Wilkinson Mn G T HRADLKY ofthe Kings villo section will sell a valuable lot of personalty at public auction Wednesday Nov 22 trolley line will bo eight miles long to begin with ays the Somerset Journal Hut when Is the dog on thing to begin TIIOHB indebted to the estate of Co lumbus Bishop deceased are requested to settle with J R Paxton at once S P Marcum Samuel Bishop admrs PENNYS DRUO STORK has just re ceived and placed in use the handsom est cash register ever brought to this section Go in buy a bill and see how it works AT tho councimeeLingthe other night Mr John N Mcncfco resigned as councilman stating that ho would be high sheriff after Jan 1st Wo shall see what we shall see IP you have not voted by the time your eyes fall on these lines lay down whatever you are doing go to your pre cinct and stamp under the rooster Do this and your days work will bo well done A SLUSH fund of 5000 which was sent to Lincoln and Casey counties by Doyle county republicans would buy a nice sized slice ofT of a Blue Grass turn piko farm but it wont buy a seat in youllIAT Moore Offutts public sale of town lots in Corbin last week over 3000 worth changed hands They will hold another sale Nov 21 and 22 Mr J M McCarty bought for Whipp Stone of Liberty a lot across from Hotel Corbin at 30 per foot Messrs Whipp Stone will build a handsome brick storehouse at e once TUB editor of this paper is in receipt of information of tho death of Mr Luther B Vaughan of Richmond Vu a distant rplativo and beloved friend Of all tho great sons Virginia has lost none has diet whoso record as a man n citizen and n sincere friend is cleaner than that of this splendid gentleman Peace to his ashes and sympathy for the ones whoso hearts bleed because of his taking away STOUT BUIINKD I B Rambos store at May wood burned the either night causing an entire loss Ho had 2000 insurance in a company represented by Jesse D Wearcn As the firo started about midnight it is merely a matter of conjecture as to its origin Messrs J C Coulter and W1I Myers who had a largo lot of staves plied near the store house lost about 100 worth of them by tho fire- ACCORDING to an agreement entered into at Danville Saturday between Profs J W Ireland of tho Stanford Graded School W C Grinstcad of the Pnnvillo Graded School and J E Man pix of the Lancaster Graded School rots Grinstead and Mannlx will address the pupils of our Graded School in tho auditorium at 230 Frjday after noon next On the following Friday afternoon Profs Ireland and Mannlx will address the pupils of tho Danville Graded School and on the next Friday afternoon Profs Ireland and Grinstead will speak to the pupils of the Lancaster Graded School GUNS gun cases shells cleaning rods etc W N Craig pharmacist FRUITS of kinds for cakes good eating apples etc T D Newland r MY store is crowded with a finer and larger line than ever W II Mueller NICE line ladies skirts jackets and childrens cloaks W E Perkins Crab Orchard LAP robes horse blankets blizzard storm fronts for buggies etc J C McClary e CALL and see one of tho greatest lines of overcoats and suits ever on sale in the East End W K Perkins Crab Orchard iFourr DISIIONS home at Kingsville burned Friday together with all of ita contents Mr Dishon is left in very needy circumstances LET tho Central Kentucky Real Es tate Exchange Title Co help you sell your farm or buy one if you should be in the market for such TILE Kentucky State Journal Frank fort has a six column quarto press in good condition for sale very cheap Write at once to W P Walton Lex ington or Frankfort J B GlLKERSON will sell at public auction at Crab Orchard on Saturday Nov 18 a 20 horse power engine a boiler a s8 inch bush mill a lot of household and kitchen furniture etc I WILL sell on Monday Nov 13 coun ty court day 20 shares of stock in the Hustonville National flank A dividend of five per cent will be declared on this stock Jan 11900 George D Veath erford Hustonvillc Ky IF every democrat docs his full duty today the republicans will not attempt to capture the county offices again If they should win even one race they will give us more trouble next time Vote in tho circle under the rooster and you will help give the republican party a black eye MR J L Jones whoback from a prospecting tour of Oregon showed us yesterday a lot of apples he brought back with him and which were raised near Hood River they are the finest lot we ever saw lie also has some Oregon grown Irish potatoes which are as largo as small pumpkins GIVE us more local news and less politics writes a Kansas subscriber The request came at just the right time and wo will comply with it Af ter next Issue we hope to eschew politics for a season ntleaat and our en ergies will be devoted to making the I J the best local paper in the grand old Commonwealth We take this method to thnnk those friends and customers who have pat ronized us while in business in Stan ford Many of you have given us friendly encouragement that has en deared you to us far more than the mere purchase of goods has done and we do sincerely regret that wo have found it necessary to leave you Our successors Messrs Tribblc Hughes Busy aro too favorably known to all to make it necessary for comment from me Mr L M Huey will havo full charge of the business and although quite a young man manifests that good taste and judgment that certainly stamps him aa a merchantand wo would like to askof you to give him that same liberal encouragement you gave uSi and our word for it you will have a store In Stanford you will be proud of John P Jones CIRCUIT COURT convened yesterday with lion W C Bell on the bench The following grand jury was empanel ed 0 J Crow W T Tucker Walter Martin S G Costello B D Carter Edmond Murphy N W Pipes It II Bronaugh foreman T J Robinson II F Nowland James C Hays and J A Givens The following compose the petit jury J F Holtzclaw Evan Lyon fhos W Napier J N Carter John B Foster G A Gaddis J W Powell John Engleman II B Davis T W Hutchison Frank North Wm Hester James Thompson R R Gentry F M Yowell McKee RIffe Arthur Carter J K Helm W C Shanks J T- Spllamor J W Moore W R Dil lion Jr Fred Gooch Luther Weaver After a comprehensive charge to the grand jury court was adjourned until after the election IibutterAFTER todayletscut out politics and get down to business pay our debts and try to make an h nestIiVlngl DONT forget the sale of Wcatherfortls stock In tho Hustonville bank on next Monday county court day BRIGHT PAXTON have rented to E F Spears Sons Paris their ware house on Danville Street for a term of three year- sLosrDark j brown fur scarf between S P Grays store and Mr Goodrichs store at Rowland Return to John L reIwardON tomorrow Wednesday afternoon at 230 at the Methodist church Miss Sarah S Hart of Louisville will give her first of a series of lectures to the ladies of Stanford All ladies are invi ted Sale Of Personalty AtadmlnUtrntorof Columlmt Bishop we will at Ills late rc ldenc In Lincoln county on HATimilAY NOVKMHKH 1STH a ut public outcry hit household and kitchen furnlture Bunning nteasll fdiecp hogs n lot of 111115 InuheU wheat 25 Iwr reIN corn M liockii of fodder two horses a cow soma hllIen and other nenonnl prop crty Term nnnounred on till of sale H P MAItOUJ1HAMCLL 111HIIOl td mlnUtrntori PUBLIC SALE We will sell nt public unction at our place two tulles North of Crab Orchard on the Orub Orchard and Inncaster pike on KHIDAV IJKOKMHKIUHT 190 Tint tiilendld form known as the White MIIIIIMlconlttlnlt of ln acne of good lutist In a ot cultivation lies homes and n QrUt 1111111IIlInl1J II and MIHMITH Crab McKinney Woolen Mills McKInney Kentucky Manufacturers of IJnaeyaFlannel IHiinkeU and Yarn Head u yourwool we toko wool In exchono for work allowing the Satisfaction guaranteed halt IIIlIrkptllrlt prices and Information Agents wanted OfSHORTHORNSI At Wildwood Stock Farm Thursday November 9th I will three tulles from Harrodslmri on the 1ostiiKton pike tell about Lend of cow and heifer S3 of which aro registered shorthorns They are nil reds moat of them dehorned all old enough are bred to salvo next uprliiR They lire In line condition have not barn over fed They are principal Young Mary and Young Iliyllls fami tea Come buy them at your own price Write me for catalogue TKIIHM HALK ilium under 25 cash and up MX mo in time with Imnknble note ilx r cent Interest Hale trains nt 10t01AVKOODmttnI- ong Phone ent llnrrodaburg Ky sum W Kldd Auctioneer Severance and Son See Our large Stock o- fOVERCOATS Ii Latest Styles And Nrw Patterns Je Paddocks Raincoats Belted Coats Both Single and Double Breasted NN K vNN1 Lol 2lschorv- CUI111I 2fou NS MCLARY StanfordUKentucky George D Hopper Successor to J h Vane rsJale Dealer in r Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds I ask n portion of the patronage of the people of Stanford and Lincoln county promising the heat goods at the nest reasonable prices George D Hopper Stanford Ky GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY t Are Extensive Dealers and Manufacturers of Doors Windows Blinds Sash Rough and Dressed Lumber Lime Ce mentPortland and Acme i Washington Red Cedar Shingles t WRITE THEM jFOR PRICES The Pennsylvania Lines Will have Very Low OneWay Rates to points in California Oregon Washington iSrc and interme r diate every tiny from Sept 15 to Oct 31 Full information can be obtained at City Ticket Office Fourth and Walnut Sts Station Pearl and Butler Streets Cincinnati O Abbotts office tCov ington Kyor write Geo W Weedon A G P A 1 1 Cincinnati Ohio 1dI tIJ The Interior Journal Entered in tIlt Post Ofiee at Stanford a Dudcla tnaler r01 MHHI8U TOBSMAYM AND FIUUW AT SlOOPER YEAR CASh frvthrn not so paid S200 will be cha- rgedINSURANCE WInd Rtorm Ilfe nnd HTIIONOKST nnd AKHTComtutuleltepree alblo Ilntcs t VaylngilUc ordUninunlliHl Tlllk wIth MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Roaldenco Ihonc oSt The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Kv Wn SSUOASS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Rtfumlshel an J uni r entlr Nw Manageratnl NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBEE 4 CLASKSOH Ircri JUNCTION CITY KYF- lirtoiasa Turnouts at Reasonable RAtel- lSpecIal Attention to Trvellbg lien rain and Jay For SAle Jesse W Sweeney rsoraETolt Livery Food and Salo stablo Lancaster Ky Horses welled and cared for Up tot date rigs at reasonable rates J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fIND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Service at Reasonable Rates Good Livery Also Dealer inStreetOall on us on Depot Coal ED peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTER Successor to Bruce latter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial is solicit Horsee- a handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection POSTED We whose names appear below atrlctly forbid hunting nthlng or any kind of tres and will prosecute plullnk on our places of the taw violators to the full extent Mrs Kate Ador Itelcbenb ch Bros Fred VonOruenlganAlbert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllrnan Alfred Simpson George olmes Miss pewee Eo Helchenbach Charles CummlnlJOI Mallou A C DunnS tl W E ArDonW K Daagberty- Jl J IlofrcanM D Klmoro J No ln Oarter omakeJThomas Ferrlll F J jonnJohn B Catnenlsch Bam TrIbrldjte A Root Charles Eoeslln Frank Cordler Mrs W O Welch Ieter Balmer John MelorSlmu1 Llndjer Jacob Oader Mrs Lj tie David Stephens Mary UolTmaun- I P Nunuelley First National Ban StanCapital Stock 50000 This Institution war originally established as the Bank of In 1858 then reorgnnliod as the National Bank of Stanford In 188S and again reorganised at the First National Balk of Stanford In 1882 hayIng had practically an uninterrupted existence for U years It Is better uppllod now with facllltles for transact Ing business promptly and well than over before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Directors JB Faxton J B Owsley I H Shanks W O Walker too W Oarter i B Foster L o Gooch WH Onmmlni W K L Rabble W H ShanksA- l r A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building Give Me Your Order I Can Please You AVliv rpndjrmnilu rlotlilnit when there Is m little tUITortiici In till prlco of high Knule reiulyinndf milts lilt n salt hind your iiicnauninent tnkeit liy nn lxlrhmc1 I linvou ImmUome llnoof nor Winter goals I ran tnnko from n low price business suit to the llnctt du suit ovrrrtmt trousers niul fatter cats The ionipiio I rqut scat It out of tho lest H O RUPLEY the Teflor T s RE5TORATIVEiCURE5r phydestmentalprrtonal mnpuf llim u truo tIre ot pert rt ruanliano bK1l1tTHorndonlornunhnAb r w ertn 1lnlr NarvsGurunsPrttrun sucplttinti and otuer trouble ttao to over work vmnklnirdrutc and other c aMa Ukei rlrb healtny II ajirt repoln wand nerve iQKllr rood roc women Itooktet ere hit a hoi Bn fur 300 1ld with a gnar ante to rrrtin1 f not cnml orWneAtr- dpcmn MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u roe BALE AT TENNTS DBUO BTOBE J L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm erStAlso Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Givo Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY l e LceAar = Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harnes3Saddlery c KENTUCKY Ofllce Phone 1ST Home Phone 35 Officers J HOOKER Preal T HAitnis V Pre J McROnEUTS Ohr W B WRARENAtat Obr Directors F ReId DanTllle S T Harris Stanford J Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKInney M U Elmore Stanford U Ilaughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II Raughman Stanford J M Pettut Stanford 0 E Tato Stanford I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK I CAPITAL STOCK 98OOOO Successors to The Farmers Bank iTrust Company and under same management continuously for 36 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial e Iitf0YtAas s yas NERVOUS DEBILITY STANFORD Officers H SHANKS President J B IaxtonVice V II BRIGHT Oaihlu W0 WALKER Astt Oaibli e FARMERS DEPARTMENT Secondhand hOOSpower for sale- M S Baughmnn Dud Holderman bought of Ike AI Potter a cow for 25 W AL Bright sold to M J FarTis 25 1100pound feeders at 3Jc Secondhand twohorse power for sa cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford IW D Hanson bought of W Hllur ghy a bunch of 925pound cattle at 36c Nine good steer calves for salts Good color and in good shape J M Rey nolds Waynesburg FOR SALE Three sugar mules four cotton mules and five taco horses S M Owens McKinney Ky SALEA thoroughbred Bcr IFORboar weighing 150 pounds J Carter Turnersville IR H Crow sold to Durham tC Cecil Danville 20 Polled Angus cattle averaging 1400 pounds at 435 I A pumpkin six feet in circumference and weighing 150 pounds was grown by G W Adams of Elizaville James Martin of Richmond bougl the Zack Elkin farm of 213 acres ncar Camp Dick Robinson for 20 000 IW W Yeages corn crop so far runs seven barrels to every six shocks or 14 or 15 barrels to the acre says the Dai villc News J C Hays bought n small bunch of yearlings at 2Jc and sold to B DHolt claw 50 hogs at lie Mr Hays has o 100pound shoats for sale J T Mardis a prominent Pondloto county farmer has reasons to boast over the record of a Poland China sow owned by him In a few days over 10 months time she produced 40 pigs IS follows On November 3rd last 15 pigs April 15 11 and on September 14th a third litter of 14 This fine record for the mother BOW has been supplemented bone of her gilts of November 3 farrowing ten pigs on 10thIbelonging to the estate of the late W S Lawwill lying about 36 miles from Danville on the Ilustonvill was sold in two tracts for an aggregate of 17800 cash One hun tired acres of unimproved land Iing about a mile back from the pike wr sold for 28 per acre to W B Jones of Shelby City The other tract of 315 acres including the home was sold to Henry M Herndon of Madiso county for 15000Advocate- The writer spent Wednesday at the Houses of Reform in company with Mrs R L Stout another commission er and made a thorough inspection of the Institution which is doing so great a work in the reformation of youn criminals We found everything in good condition with but little sickness among the children In the girls de partment in which there are 43 there has not been a case of sickness in 12 months Quite a remarkable incidcn occurred while we were at the institu tion A young man who hadserved a term there has since been made a des uty sheriff and came in with three little fellows who wo trust will be as fully reformed as he Hiais not un isolated case Others sent out fror the Houses ofReform have done well and most of them have turned out to be good citizens and doing well at the trades taught themW P Walton In Frankfort Journal No Poison in Chamberlains Cough Remedy From Napier New Zealand Herald Two years ago tho Pharmacy Doan of Now South Wales Australia hat an analysis made of lilt the cough imodiuino Unit were sold in that markot Out of tho ontlro list they found only one that they declared was entirely free from all poisons This exception was ChamberIn In Cough Homody made by tho Chamberlain Medicine Company Dos Moms Iowa U S A Tho absence of all narcotics makes this roniudy the safest and boat that can be hud and It is wltha feeling of security that any mother can give it to hoc llulo ones Chamberlains Cough Ieirwdy Is especially recom mended by its makers for coughs colds croup and whooping cough When taken in time it provosts pneu monla This remedy Ix for sale by all druggists A schoolmaster after having punished one of his scholars for speaking un grammatically sent him to the other end of the room to inform another boy that ho wished to speak to him The oungster determined to be exact thus addressed his fellowpupil- A common substantive of the mas culine gender singular number nom native case and in an angry mood that sits perched upon the eminence at the other side of the room wishes to articulate a few sentences to you in the present tense The Exact Thing Required for Constipation- As certain purgative and stomach purifier Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets seem to be tho exact thing required strong enough for the most robust yet mild enough and sate for children and without tHat terrible griping so common to most pur- gatIves say U S Webster Co Udora Ontario Canada For sale ill drug- gistsrThe at El Paso Tex was destroyed by fire I- Son Lost Mother l Consumption runs In our fatally and through It I lost my mother writes K n Hold of Harmony Me For the past Jive years however on the slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I have taken Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption which has saved mo from serious lung trouble Ills mothers death was n sad lost for Mr Held but ho learned that lung trouble must not bo neglected nnd how to euro it Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price COc and 100 guarantcd at 0 L Pennys Stanford Lyno Drot Crab Orchard Trial bottle freo What do we get from petroleum 7 asked the teacher Light replied the class in unison What else Heat What else 7 There was no reply Finally little Johnny Wiseboy raised his hand Can you tell us Johnny Yesum Colleges nn libraries Louisville Courier The mule traffic has become a lending mind extensive industry of far in coun ty Fifty car loads of mules go to the Southern market from Elizabethtown even season bIJ Traglor t IICALln IK WhtslJJ Brandy Wines Beer Glnars Etc Olet aarpcnter to DpolSTANFOftD KY Prompt and xlti attention Nothlnt but th bet ojrlnk ptmne rr tiltcraph orjtit rclv- coopltttntkin oltiinbiii CJomI IlothPo fur young men are clothes that will appwil to crd who apj roci Ito perfect tailoring and ueaurnto lit tiilgw E PERKINS Crab Oroliunl Ky A FAMILY SAFEGUARD h Dr Green estranges wllh the Niece of Dr Ho achce to handle her famous Uncles Great Throat and Lung Cure The best family safeguard is a reliable household that cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations bronchia- affectionsthat nose sore throat and will keep the children proof all contagious diseases qSuch a medicine is Boschees German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh and all lung and 4The fame of German Syrup as a consumptive cure since its purchase by Dr Green the niece of the famous Dr Boschee has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere ta Two sizes 350 750 druggist For Sale at Pennys Drug Store Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford KyNo Small form 37 sea a mile I plat ford llouxot fotirgowl rooms luck porch lat I veranda Hood barn std other liulltllugt in goo rtpalr Out In fa delis well ftnnxlj 30 acre In cultivation ons acre la butt trees rest In eras UoughlattnuiinlMlootrauUal ant tao be told it iMTgala Close to Khoul and church Pries f per acrt fond adjoining told for lid its Tbl In ballldn No CSSLOacresolcoat sultlmhrlend Inca lta ferry count Kyon drape Vine Crmki tbutanol the or Kentucky tier four fIr ortvll r11 In Ihkkuo Irani IV- Itll to tli It litter nulIlo lbs inoutb n sUivecmk A rlltnd laurvr within lute miles of MM rrup rtr the tfinber con ti oik etc Title rfecl Will sell ur ucbUILe ou easy term No VJA nlte l roiU rr eight room dweltingIn8Uoford HMIWO lill rvo1 irlla with concrete liner good garden well In tlkbeu- negrocabin on 1lac rent for II fwrmonth Th 1JUllr rents for513iermonth This property li In EwJ repair and ran W fur ttluo No ISKami acres UndlJ l l iegr u land 10 Uuraln county Two story room atone rnlJene 3 tenant houue bun room forever fou heed tock and all other iirnwarr outliulldlnni all III good reilr ClUM to church shoal poiUffir railroad end In rood neighborhood sores li cultlrallou nn In gnu and timber elo This li III dal rounlrr home at all conveniences oa plan caletito Wall water with II new failiui pringt etc lrksealoaabta ho 11100 ivrta or Un J one mild Ireiu Somerset KJruthlaeeengddt Forty seers In cultist lion 40 acres In paiturv lalinr In tlialwr Dwell la cunltluf Mvvii eturrotitlHilUlibgi Ftuecesmgbulklingslnpuce- dhtrspur Wllate triesMu Non IMarrMof land In It Billrafrom rallroaj arxl Ji emilsslrortrhau deer 6creatyscrnoflcc to deer beut II flntclaulandaadlntraM TtilllinJ if for tat oroirkaDce No faun of tat urea In Lincoln stout- Thnnguoddwstlingetgoodbsrusaedothcr Ml tI1lIu Neb bent barn etc of lie awn All on county road h mlle rem church Hbool anti pottoffle Lays well and wel watered Thto U a firm and would suit iwaar tar e ulll4 that Ml at weal fr m uewhbca4 Pta eeanshl Nu 6u r 9 Hurt fnMd 11ttf u s moms tub t reach sU atdvieaixl M lea nerwari ouibuUdlon Ainu 1fCW hlMlMlll aho and Ielb vt bp ae4 J8 fnlwid ThUproptrijr will be 101al a Ttr low price No 9 farm ol 122 sea four wllnfrou Stanford on brit lu the nuHir veil wren leliring al dwelling front pit all necs ui- eutoulldings A sdundlti Was gray form mod ant iMininutciilrltafraui county Seat Uwner if dm larui dliolntug this has recently nfusrd lit art acre ollrthl atri7JU No M Hny acre niwr PlMaanl 1olnl Ky Kriroo name I ruouu and portb llarn sod othe outtiutidlnei Satrrtln cultlrallvn rrtt In tint Ur Wll teIOU yards from prlot3oiuand church lays well on pike ant In gouu oem oiunlly 1rlce Ho tlKnacraftrui 1j mile of Crab Orchard Ky Uncle dwelling Crams two tenant hears Iwo barn well and tprlng nor dwelling hem Ir biiihitat of cultlTatloo 1M sent titer batten land good fencing IrulU e lrlc 11150 sees No rA mu Urn at IlichUnJ wtwlfv 11 watered tic Irk bmo vt seaacIetdfbedu0JameWwn rod tootk o DunnvuM actef In cuiuvalioa ataut t acres timber ani ml in grass A bugs saw frame dwell Ins also an oU Jmllne on place A stew Ian oil ones lilt wen witcred and the fctxlflg goof On puWtc rod INks taus Nu tj 1010 acres ol cull leaf la MlstHUr These Is no MtUon uf country whkb oB ra W ma- nerportualtsletprutubtinstAmenlaltbs Miser Pmt perity Valley The timber Is bewinHig moiev aN all the tot the reason thJtfanberr or4 t Iron the North whtr Ux aufply of timber Is Ut jlmlnlshlnc are constantly Increasing their put chatt of tinrer Unit In the beulh hen the tin IttIremte1theleai Is uneu1tj far 4tkuKu a bate of cotton thi acre or will grow an other klnJ crop raised li the temperate tune The toll re Jt no fcrtMmt aiv eke a yield whkhcannot cellJUx r knr the nil It nIIctanl the mast wt buys IHIU ra and lmber UnJt at present pikes it making an In vestment that he will never reent TbW U 4ltdl vUed InU tracts rtnglne from 40 urn to the tract t ITOOSarreslothS lure anj rrkeshse35 peracri ta Jit per acre aciorJIcc le toutlen etc W are authorlieJ Ihvconpiny hoowntthftUnJi to state that at other parks art comklcilnj the purchat ef these Unit that we offer these trace tab KIlo trlorr ul wlihJnwil tam tuikcl or clum n prke wlthonl notice However when natlfied they ttMboU any tract out of market Mae erosth for the purttustr to tasks an Investigation Ahoni uooo aNn e thltltnjhat been s Ury the pany since we received thus orilon For lumber par leulal call out office No MA farm of IOJ Ktn In Casey county Ky Onr and oDe bait story dwelling with sir mot gwxl barn and uthiroultiultdlngt 51t17arts In tqltlratlun arrra In timber troll Inca sea Lays well 09 county ro d air M to churches icboolete Irkeoaly8550- Alan a M barrel mill In Mercer want Ky on wait liver Steam uwcr new up todnte In every particular nno grad dwelt leg with IroproTeinenti JO Kcrm of tine land close to Southern railroad Il lee fe 000 No It W sire of laud near Crab UrtbarJ cheap No Kouracretof land anti a nice one liory tU room frame dwelling In McKlnney rate works In kitchen aud wally room load barn end all nnratary oulbulMlDtct flan well fcrictd aod In good rr alr llbuialonrt t HBO and It tom atatleelynewandwsomy sit ta eta blllrolotriY No 81 Farm ol terra In Catey county Two story frame dwelling two good barn and other outbuilding S lendld tobacco land and In gcodsummuutty tirgaln at fvoo No 47 rxiinof l acrt In Casey county new two story 8 room tram dwelling sad old dwelling lair condition nuns sad other out bulMICRt On county rood tplendld tnbacco land well watered two wellt spring etc This It a de WNoDwelling harDte well fencing III Kw rspslr 1lucII Iud In gouleeihlorhoaldoe to school 11117110No god cellar act II acrraland h Utf rallD udspriel VDClrg IteclotNo I Two tlor frame dwelling room ball anti veranda flood gtrden fencing and house la Ltgo rrNonroberdnlIiitvrlllnroowpsrtlhmlyschool imtomc and a d4ltIroprtl lie coIIh and county road moat term In that section W will tell tb whole falu Ur 8tt0orIsraruelofDotlnathan 38acrnto ltolI1NoIIisMooUn1 Oo d barn and neotury outbuild f Ins 2 well to yanjtplendid orchard and 2 acre tthestrioNutlculan WIre tkntral Kculmky Rr1al Ci hag ITIU Cu tVcynnburAKyenantlu byoererftlingtprtogNo fIbwtmatbreufnot lash In MrKln- ty Ky Nieewary mtbulldiRgt fcuHna eood ratyterwa c a No nw cc poI land tUronuit Itsry daelllnt elf watered gooil ksilug 1Itl11I1 of th ol Bee fenl des a to retool and ektinhM ThtaUcenirable home t 1rus retwtahl- Na 17 d room rruecolta end on err g land In Klnntlllr Ky lArgs bate smote hone ielalrPriesNu UTtn arm of Iitul two story front rot It new a god- prJeamirplaqlldrchardol sins feuelna two stable burar bout smol hous11-A gout well NI rte i er1s alto s gsel aIII nl- ho place a kl rubn In mill It la by hat ural power which It a grr l exeiwray tnd the dew It In rlfI ILtfigure or lease No 34 Iran hlel large ruotat ilotikl reran da hallway Kl A large 2 awry fronting attest M l wt Irow hotel OroolllIk4fordv leg letocotUgeinkcJy sad slate 4 rr sod veranJt each A UrreUracn tawlot uurdaalltery pull OooJ gtrden VanelklaIJolatsgselest frent by 2W feel s All tblt protest It labdon Ky moeeyIttptislormourn Ilntatouptsflllbnlrbothlacit I aachangfurNtt aA our Ian room eolitg water U kitchen A good barn coal home ne ant a rood garden trln 1550 Ilo 114 tmall farm of Tf acne uf good land lotatciletosetotowD Irkwlixu WJ acre In Allen eountr Ky on rail road and pike about acres cultivated About 1M lit timber and traa and about IH In grass Timber on place It cut to 11 incbM tint will make txrrvl timber hlnt v leo ties and cord wood enough to isfend t the places twice over A Urea part ed There nrw four dwelling of room each and one store of iwoaiorlra with rom above hiss wells amtprlugi uf water U S tallrauf cnuntv test and fro tobacco corn wheat grnua etc for S200 Oab halt oathlioursndGrist Mill Anderson county Ky M barrel capacity covered wIll iron hunt6years ajo tloSltI and water power the Utter month of the year II I an up loUalo roller mill with burrs for corn andtmeal bolt The engine la of 7 year rub acre with the mill Including what Is with the haute of I room All for ItSiO or 15 SW fur the tclll and II acrtt One half each lIaa One trad Nu mill In 10 bolln No u Mrrr nbd JiindtonCllyriitin seven delft J rm In uhhllDIna grewa- alts ouo Iucbarl a1 ua grata bar bw katekr In toM 2Nt round gyatelutyesr Wellwatredanti rIMIDI IIUl uwtfl fjcnool sod rkurrkea A twotlury sin II frame dwelllnitgood tarn cute eli all getel n pair ltkwfeiW iipNo IWIN urn nl unimproved land In Iron rcuntr Mo tulle frnrn Station oe Iron Moiinlaln rout wilt wed ti cxbtrtf r pr erlrlu Uneolnrounty r p The Glbralter of Rockcastlc County Financial Instftut- ionsCITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Ofrers to Jim People n Safo and Conservative Hanking Syotcru Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your business milt we guarantee a pleii not awl profitable relation Pay 0 per cent interest on till deposits of 8100 or more whoa left in the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months 5 J W HUTCHESON Cashier II WINDOW GLASS J AT 4 1 WILL N eRA ISDruggist and Optician Regular Sizes Kept In Stock OddiSizes Cutve tL to Order 1r