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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r tr PVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 1905 NO 69 1 rliON It L iirniuK hod anj Wurthinjftfn was too far behind in the rllt e lu be called u starter Hi inaj rity is over t 1100 Motif JK M M AtVUisoN r rl1Icounty wits endorsed in no uncertain terms nGPi It C WAIWEN Who hiiiJ no opposition but g4t un un manse complimentary voter COUNTY ATTORNEY W S BURG The splendid campaign chairman who is entitled to great credit for tho sue cess of tho democrats Ho should serve the county most acceptably as county nttorney I A Disastrous Calamity It In ii disastrous calamity when lose your health because in Idigestimi und constipation have Happed It away Prompt relief can bo had In Dr tangs New Lifo Pills They build up your digestive organs und euro headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaranteed at O L Ionny8 Stanford Lyno Urns Crab Orchard tic Tho Southern Conference of Quarantine and Immigration la iii seaion at Chattanooga Tenn IIJUliil BrtridIR Pnl4 pnt vii ttc uury clerk Nth er the democrats nor tho republicans pave him u1ayitinn They nil canted clever 111 elm 11 J 1111 SVIII cope t ir t XI for the next four yearn liy r mi j rity of over the democrat Uii k bun he innn for the place Iw rA1 oN Will a s iwy ur property forfour years to com lit will mill a capital au seseor GAULANU SINGLETON School superintendent present past and future Mans Unreasonableness Is often as great as womans Hut Thus S Austin Mgr of the Re publican of Lcavcnivorlh Ind was not unreasonable when he icfuscd to allow tho doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble to Instead ho says wo concluded to try Electric Bitters My wlfo was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and live 16 physicians had fulled to re hove her After taking JUoctrlc Bit tprs she was perfectly cured and can now perform all her household duties Guaranteed by G L Penny Stan ford Lyne Broil Crab Orchard Price 60c l IW IKE IIERUIN Who wilt retinue to enrry the jail keys for twtr a ut IiHit gut tired Minting uj hie majority and gave up the job The pi orlc came near making his election unanimnu UAI1T1MO- Rocktuxtlc went republican by 350 Mercer was in line goal and strong Wayne county went wrong by a majority of Hats olT to Jiidue Ezra S Gooch of Somerset a Lincoln county product and a gwxl one arrant county did prettjnv ll think yMU Democratic majorities from 360 tj 6 0 aro to her credit AP is most always the case Rowland way tho first precinct to report And tho report it made was most gratifying t the democrats 1MI A W Cnrpsnter tho prohibition n trainee for State Senator has fully determined not to contest Hun R L Hubblos election Mr W S Burch stands pretty well ThereIItt got tag of them Hojlo county repudiate Hood Worthington by glvtaig lion R I Hubble lSl majority For county judge Reed S Nichols won by 86 At Lancaster tho courthouse ticket won for councllmcn It was headed by Bd Bishop for mayor KVf C Arm strong was elected police jutlgc The election at Middleaboro passed off quietly There was no opposition to the republican ticket either in city or county The city voted almost unan imously for tho issue of 15OQO bonds to erect u new school building Hurrah for the State of CaseX1 It will be Judge M L Sharpe Attorney Charlos F Montgomery and Supurin tendent J Sherman Lawhorn after Jan Lota all join in the doxology which begins Praise God from Whom all Blessings Flow II If there was any one foolish as to think that Joe T Embry is not n demo crat from head to foot his work horn Tuesday must have changed his belief concerning him Joe is in a class by goodIRevolt against bosgUm in tho repub lican party in Iulnskl county culminated intho election of Color and Bor den democratic candidates for county attorney and clerk by 800 majority overcoming tho usual republican majority of 2000 The following city ofllcors wore elected T R Grillln mayor E R Gooch Judge Edwin P Morrow Attorney Walter Elrod Chlaf of Po liceSquire James A Duddorar wren re elected magistrate over A C Carman by a big majority In tho Crab Orch ard district 1 J Smith won by 40 or 60 votes over Gus Gciszl David R Adams defeated Wash Cook in tho Waynosburg district by 76 or 80 and in the liustonville district W M Duddo rnr ran away from Matt Reynolds like a thoroughbred Tho republicans got a pleasant look but the boys under the rooster got tho votes Cheers again and again for democracys triumph When You Have a Bad Cold You want a remedy that will not only give quick relief but effect a permanent cure You want a remedy that will relieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy You want a remedy that will conn tract any tendency toward pneumonia You want a remedy that Is pleasant and safe to take- Chamberlains Cough Itemedy meets nil of these requirements and for the speedy and permanent euro of bad colds stands without n peer For sale by nil druggists It is said that a mistake has been discovered in the count of the vote in Russell precinct in Greenup county which will reverse the result when corrected and elect Cole democrat to the Legislature The fusfonists won in Brcathitt coun ty and Judge Hargis and his crowd are now sitting way back where they should have been for years IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Aaron Blair aged 21 died of typhoid fever in Marion William Patterson n welltodo farmer of Anderson county was killed by a Southern Jrain na he was crowing its track fatallyrWtJunllea son county Willis M Jones has been appointed pontmnster at Hackley Oarrard coun ty end Jnnper O Ogj at Wallaeoton Madison county Riley naIl WAIl brought to Middlssbo ro by his brother Charlie Ball and Sheriff Johnson Shelby Bell is said to have agreed to surrender allegedhotdgcarters just across the State line from Mid dlesboro was destroyed by fire At Langford Rockeas tic county the byf1roin the flames A neighbor rescued two of the children George R Davl of Boyle suffered hogsInhad boon thrown to them one of tho porkers dashed against Mr Davis throwing him to tho hard ground and breaking his leg in three places W It Edwards of Perry villo official surveyor of Boyle county has made a wonderful record as a bicyclist having ridden 95000 miles during the past 20 years nnd hopes to have to his credit within the course of 12 months more a distance equalling the circumference of the earth He began riding the old high ordinary wheel then took to the safety when it came into vogue and la ter adopted the motor cycle Danville News KINGSVILLE Election day was comparatively quiet IielytoThe home of Fount Dishon was burned Friday afternoon Mrs Dishon was alone with her two small children and could not extinguish tho flames nor get any of the furniture out When the crowd arrived the house was in n mass of flames and nothing could be done ex buildingsMrknew nothing of tho fire which was started by his little son touching lighted match to a lace curtain W L McCarty of Stanford and J M McCarty of Corbin came home to vote Hurve Watts of Harriman Tenn and Mack Williams of Oakdale purposeWmhelp elect a democratic ticket Miss Bessie Meredith of near Stanford was here last week S C Carter of Se dalia Mo made n brief visit to friends hero Mrs Sam McKeithan and baby willreturn to Covington Tenn where Mr McKoithan is employed as sgrnl man on the Illinois Central Miss Dol lie Goochof McKinney was the gucs of Mrs George Rignoy Mr G A Walter and Miss Birdie Johnson formerly of Grant counts wore married Sunday evening by the Row Ebright at the parsonage The bride is a lovely young lady in every respect She is exceptionally bright and pretty and possesses a sweet and gentle manner Tho bride is rather of the French blonde type and is of a pc tite figure She was attired in a lovely white silk costume the groom in con ventional black If it is true as has been said that tho groom is never of much importance i e the bride receives all tho attention comment and praise we really think this groom ought to prove the exception As every one knows ho is one of the best men living He is handsome affable and possesses many good qualities He was formerly from Stanford but has been in business hero for a number of years where he is regarded by all as strictly honorable in all dealings This popular couple is boarding at tho hotel but will go to housekeeping later I Thank The Lord cried Hannah Plant of Little Hock Ark for the relief I got front Buck lens Arnica Salvo It cured my fear ful running sores which nothing elso would heal und from which I hail sulTered for 5 years It It Is u marve1 Ions healer forcuts burns anti wounds Guaranteed at G L Pennys Stan ord Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 2oo Oldwcd Lets celebrate our golden wedding next week Mrs Oldwed But weve only been married 20 years OldwedI know but we need the gold shouldnot look de wine when it am red Well Is not particular about de colpr parson You Are Invited To pay my store a lengthy call that you nine in ptct the many new and iiptotlato and dcMrnble things I have stn carefully bought liar this seasons celling My Stock Was Never So Complete As it Is tliis eodgun I larva nevor owned quite n1 liaiuUoiiic a lot of good things at one time T am sure I can plouto ybifr tasto film 1Oitho Ican eavo yon nuiuoy Diut buyyone cents worth pfouils until you have gone thoroughly through my stock of Falland Wlntor Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Boots Hats and Caps Ladies Skirts and Cloaks La dies and Gents Furnishings IRubber Footwear Etc A Dollar Saved Is A Dollar Made I SAM ROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY m mmlt11 iWieJn Iii Bargains In Buggies IOn account of having to give pos of our Buggy House on Jan 1906 we will close out our stockat I Reduced Prices You can afford to buy a Rig now for next Summer J IW H HIGGINS I STANFORD KY I Y DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS Are the favorite tools of goodwork men Their all around goodness has made them so and all who ever used them swear by them You cant use any other kind if you want to do the belt work ulrtLLtWSntTSOIMLLfS AlES o1 OJOFfce H FARRIS I Stanford Kentucky argains 1 3 Copper lined Bath Tubs your choice for 3 I No 28 Box Stove for wood at 6 I joint of Pipe and Damper free 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 t- I rfr L1 The Interior Journal E C WALTON TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL plead with the democrats of Lincoln county to do their full duty at the polls Tuesday right royally did they do it By their good work they made the best county on the map absolutely democratic all time to come The smallest majority in the county races is over 500 while the largest borders close on the 700 mark It was a glorious day for democracy and every democrat is du thankful for it so thankful indeed that he is willing to celebrate both President lloosevelts and Mayor Powell Thanksgivings and several more If they arc declared Everthing was in favor of the democrats including the weather which was well nigh perfect Ever precinct in the county did ndmirabl but Mncksville or Stanford No2 amI Crab Orchards two led the procession Macksville which has gone as much as 90 republican went 50 democratic and Crab Orchard heretofore uncertainis 150 democratic It took work to bring about the results but the democrats left no stone unturned and let no obstacle bar their way in the performance of their duty It would take columns to give the names ofall the gentlemen who work cd faithfully and effectually and we not attempt it but the work done willII Messrs Joe T Embry Sam Embry rol Shanks Carroll Bailey S James Woods Rowan and B Saufley R M Newland B W GivensII E P Woods A C Dunn u PINewlandW T Tucker S M Chandler Sat Helm Ward Moore Sam Magee San Owens W L and J M McCarty G A Walter M G Reynolds George D t Weatherford J K Baughman W S Drye and others whose names we cannot recall just now stamps them as democrats good and true Their splendid efforts should be remembered and re warded and in the name of the party of parties we tender them thanks and offer hearty congratulations Three cheers forthegallant workers and cheer again for the greatest democratic victory in years We do not crow over fallen foes but we are doggoned glad the democrats won and the republicans lost They should have knows better than to have made the race WHILE Mr Bryan is in the Holy Land he should not fall to locate the spot where Judas got his 30 pieces of silver and erect a monument there sneers the St Louis GlobeDemocrat which strange to say is a Republican paper traveling under false colors and a misnomer The Commoner Mr Bryans paper gets back as follows In the meantime would it not be well for the Republican national commit tee to return to the policy holders of the New York Life Insurance Com pang the 148000 pieces of silver al ready located by the testimony of John A McCall PURE water pays in the prolongation of life and money invested in a pure supply is well spent Portland Ore has just expended about 3000000 in securing a pure water supply brought in pipes from a lake 50 miles distant having an elevation of 3500 feet above sea level and being fully protected from contamination The water previously used in Portland was brought from the Williamette River made filthy by drainage As a result of the use of the pure mountain water the yearly death rate in Portland has been reduced from 27 to 7 per thousand GROUND was broken at Richmond Va for the monument to Jefferson Davis to be erected by the United Daughters of the Confederacy and to cost 50000 Mrs S T McCullochof Staunton Va chairman of the monu ment committee presided at the cere monies which were simple in the ex treme and witnessed practically by the members of the building committee only The unveiling cerembnies are fixed for 1907 and are expected to be very elaborate the whole South partic ipating through prominent representa tives TilE vestrymen of old Trinity church on Broadway opposite Wall Street New York recently refused 3000000 for The site which was wanted for skyscraper office buildings The difference between those figures and what would bo sufficient to build one of the finest churches in the country would leave a big amount to help save the heathen railIwayi Alaska provided the government guarantee the bonds The road will r be 5000 miles long and is estimated to cost fifty millions of dollars The game would hardly be worth the can dIe apace is devoted to politics this issue but the news is so good we cant keep from telling it ITS theslide our way- and quoting good old Brother Barnes raise the Lord for it No more politics for a year What a happy thought I t 4 0 NEWS NOTES Adair county went republican as was expected Fire at Birmingham Ala caused a loss of over 250000 Former Gov Horace Austin of 1111 neaota died from the effects of an operation Great devastation was wrought by a typhoon in the Japanese province of 100 Cossacks are reported to have been killed in a fight with rioters in Caucasia Lottie Lucas aged 12 of Sturgii swallowed a pin while dressing and died in half an hour Four hundred and 12 Jews victims of the massacres of last week were buried at Odessa Louis Fitzgerald son of Gen Louit Fitzgerald was killed by a train at Great Neck L I Gov Jclks has ordered that Ala bainaa only colored militia company be musteredout of service Henry P Montgomery one of the oldest and wealthiest men of Scott county is dead at Georgetown Mrs Pink Head secured a verdict of 15000 against Cheatham Hodge for killing her husband at PmlucuhI After following a woman from California to New York City in the vain effort to persuade her to marry him Walter Herlich of Lindsay Cal killed himselfA which started in Frank Turner restaurant at Stamping Ground burnedI down the Peoples Bank A brick building McKeever and COleI mans barroomIwrecked near Temple Texas and nearly all the animals escaped to the woods Something akin to a panic prevails in the rural districts Sam Lady stabbed Ed King to dent in a drunken row at Logana Jcssamim ounty No cause was assigned for the deed Lady has disappeared with officers in pursuit King lived in a shanty boat on Kentucky river About forty representative and leading business men of Atlanta met and lecided that an industrial exposition of the resources of the South shall be held in Atlanta in 1910 A meeting to form- a permanent organization is to be held vithin a few days Mrs John Dolan with her three ittle daughters while walking on a railroad trestle near Richmond Va were caught by an approaching train The two elder girls were killed instantly The mother with the youngest hild jumped into a canal beside the rack and escaped injury Riley and Shelby Ball are in jail at ineville and Charles Burch and Nei anels said to be members of thegang which has been committing depredations around Cumberland Gap are in- jail at Tazewell Tenn The situation at Middlesboro is less tense and the utlook is good for a season ofquietude POLE Curtis Guild republican was elected overnor of Massachusetts The republicans made a clean sweep in Chicago and Cook county J N Adams democrat was elected mayor of Buffalo N Y by 8981 Clay county a few years ago 1400 republican elected a democratic jailer Bookwalter republican was elected mayor of Indianapolis by 1500 plurality Tom L Johnson was reelected mayor Cleveland and Pattison carried that city by a big majority The democrats carried Evansville in the municipal election by about 2500 a gain of 5000 over the election last fall On the ground of fraud William R Hearst will contest the election of George B McClellan as Mayor of neater New York George B Cox the republican boss df Cincinnati after his crushing defeat gave out a statement announcing his retirement from politics Five persons were killed and several were fatally injured in a wreck on the Delaware Lackawanna and Western railroad near Wilkesbarre Pa Mayor Grainger will retire from office November 21 when Mr Barth will take his place Mayor Grainger will leave office still retaining his popularity George B McClellan was reelected mayor of New York by a comparatively small vote over William R Hearst William T Jerome was reeleced district attorney Democratic Chairman Garber of Ohio believes Pattisons plurality will each 55000 and that the entire democratic ticket is safe Republicans concede the election of Pattison and the- loss of the legislature Herb W Edwards Injured Herb W Edwards of Des Moines Iowa got a fall on an Icy walk last wlntol spraining his wrist and bruIs- ing his knees The next day he flays they were so sore and still I WIlS afraid I would have to stay in- bed but I rubbed them well with Ihamberlalns Pain Balm and after a few applications all soreness had Isappeared I feel 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 d CHURCH MATTERS Rev Leroy W Warren of Monong hela Pa has been called to the Second Presbyterian church of Lexington Of 1662 Baptist churches in Tennessee only 65 have preaching every Sunday The proportion in Kentucky is much better Rev J C Abbott who has been pastor of the Christian church at Dar bourvillo for the past year has resignld and will remove to Virginia The church at Frankfort has csta dished a church extension memorial fund in memory of George Darsie who was their pastor for more than a score of years S W Megginson district field secretary for the Presbyterian Sunday schools was here this week and made some excellent addresses on Sunda school work Rev W M Wood pastor of the lIar rodsburg Baptist church after refusing three very flattering offers to come to other churches in the past year has nt list given in and will go to Covingtoi It will be recalled that when the call was made last year from the Chicago church at a handsome increase in salary the congregation atllarrodsburg busied themselves for a few days and raised the amount and Rev Wood remained His salary at the new charge is said to be 2100- Hev 011 Hucy has accepted n flattering call to the Somerset Baptist church and so announced to his congrc gatlon here Wednesday night It will be with sincere regret that the members here give Rev Huey and his excellent family up They have made many friends during their sojourn who feel that Somersets gain is their great loss Mr Huey is not only a splendid preacher but a most excellent gentleman as well He and his family will leave about Dec L Rockefellers Income In Wall street John D Rockefe- llers wealth is estimated at fully 200 000000 his income at25000000 ayear This income is nearly equal to he entire income of all the crowned head ofEuropeIt that he collects a million dollar dividend a little oftener than twice a month As he rides to church in his auto he is able to reflect upon the cheerful fact that his fortune has grown 18075 since the previous Sunday Rockefellers daily income is 80125 How can any one spend against that This is at a rate of 10015 every working hour if he observes the eight hou lay or at the rate of 333854 ever hour in the 24 Just think of getting 5563 every minute The average respiration for an adult is 18 per minute Therefore every time John breathes he is 309 better off The Rockefeller Income is equal to a tax of 33 13 cents per annum on everyman woman and child in the United statesIf Standard Oil magnate were tc put his fortune into 1 bills he could arpet seven and onehalf acres IOC deep with them Think of walking across a field and kicking up money like that IAVE YOU WEAK LUNGS Do You Fear Consumption When we take into consideration the fact that one out of every seven in this climate die of consumption is it any wonder that it is feared by the people of Stanford who have weak lungs and ironic colds and coughs- A famous London physician has for ears urged his patients when tho slightest tendency to consumption appeared to take the best cod liver preparation they could find and physicians everywhere have recognized that the cods liver contains curative values for coughs colds bronchitis consumption and all wasting diseases unequalled in medicine but unfortunately few could take and derive any benefit from old fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions on account of the indigestible grease which they contain Mr Penny of Pennys Drug Store Stanford says We want every person in Stanford to know the value of our new cod liver preparation Vinol It actnallv contains in a concentrated form allof the strengthening bodybuilding elements of cod liver oil act ually taken from fresh cods livers without a drop of oil or grease to upset the stomach or retard its work Therefore where oldfashioned cod liver oil or emulsions would do good Hnol will do far more good We guar nteo Vinol will improve the appetite strengthen digestion make rich red loud create strength cure chronic coughs and colds and strengthen weak lungs If Vinol fails to give satisfac ion wo return your money without question Pennys Drug Store The fusion executive committee of Louisville announces that the election of Paul C Barth and the entire local emocratic ticket will be contested in a suit which will soon be filed in the circuit court asking that the entire election be set aside The estimated cost of the suit is 30000 The fusion committee asserts that this amount has been practically raised already eCIP SarI I UNDERWEAR t t- et No part of a min s duress is more necessary In winter than his UnJrtyT rV Our stock isc especially fine this time In the Balbrigan color we have a nice quality ribbed at 50cIper garment and a very fine one indeed at per garment A cotton fleeced very heavy and a good one at 50c Wrights Health wool fleeced at per garment J have the agency for Robert Reis Royal Silk Plush the nicest and most pleasant Underwear on tine market today and 150 per garment or 275 a suit All sizes I HoJ MROBERTS STANFORDI l PARKERS rI HAiRDALSAM hrawI 1 laiurtact rrrer 1110 tiri Ora I1lr td Ie YoularuI e01or Cuno iu ThurdI UMBRELLAS ftecorered and repaired and made llIIu- lu good at see for a amount I cat tx your umbrella toiler than the trams renalren and for le money Olre me srtal FRANK ATKIDR Stanford H F HILLENMEYER I SONS Clue Crass Nurseries Lexington KY OITr for tint Kail of 116 n full stock of fruit nnil ornamental trees grape slues aqulra tnmll fruits rhulmrl lurch etc employ no agent but cell dlnct to the planter Catalogue on application McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky eantucycFlmmi IIRnuftUrIIIunketB and Yarn t4 ourwool take wool In xcUantfH for work allowing tho ttutUfactloti gunriintwt Unll or writfur price and Information Agents wanted HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE hotel rIdedr9toaell tny tynml livery MablH In lliutimvllle hulk lug eon IW unit an liotil or private rrtldfiico ami well nrriiiiKetl for two Mln btu hlu M Atnlla and In iHHxl repair Plen ty water at Ixirn and hotel It lion e Is not sold by Jan 1st will rent It for ono year House and iNirn nuwly covered Hotel In Unulixl Hcliool dIMrlct For further nirtlc ular cull on or uddr4- uulrNL1ltlhNr1It Hustonvlllc Ky EXTENSION I In order to make room for coming oods wo will enlarge our store nt once but wo want to move some of our goods quick Dud will give EOIIIO good bargains Latest style in rugs inrpvU and furniture Call and see UB Livery Millinery and undcrtak ing Pruitt BrothersMorelnml Ky Do You Want a Home It we ran furnbih you out nay kind ouwiint V6lmvo for Mile n rent variety of fimitH dwelling hnuMi bunlnoKS 111neg buulntDH proposition If You Want a Farm of II are look lnlpro-yrumgntanvletumtnnyolh nvo Citrus mites and vrii uro certain to Interot you If tho nrltteduicard will ring you ono of our ONTHAJ KY 11KALKHTATK CO n E YOUNG rrealdentKy r f1 t rv 0 Holiday Presents We have exhibitel1nico holiday Iisplays before hill nOllo that corn pare with the one we now uk you to inspect Wntc1ICt1 Fine Jewelry 81- 1ver Novelties anti Silver Tableware Fine IInnclJnintlt1 Chinn Cut GJaAII Etc Etc High Quality Goals nt Low IIICC Count and IIC convinced WIH Mueller Watchmaker and Jewclcr STANFORD KENTUCKY a PENNYS DRUG STORE THE OTHER DAY I got my feet wet file next morning liar a bad cough I kept n bottle of Pennys White Pine and Tar On my desk and every time I felt liko coughing I took n sipjnst enough to wet my throat and by night my cough was gone 25 Cents a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky I r t CLOAKS Ii clue BUrcb Ilc0 you in this department as there nro ninny elyles to select from the Empire the ruddock tho Auto Coat looso nml tight fitti- ngRAIN COATSf r This very practical nntl stylish garment is more popular tlian ever We now have a larger and prettier lino than nt troy limo this season You liko others will ho surprised nt what T pretty coats wo Imvo nt 80 310 81250 and 815 Muses ruin cents at 8075 and 8750 SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKYf I BTANFOUU KY Nov 10 190i Nowl Its Pennys White Pino urnI Tar See our Pennys Drug- Store PERSONALS j BARNES WEAKEN continues ill Miss MAIIIE MAIIONY is with Dan vllle friends Mns II C RUILEY is visiting rela tives in Boyle MKS J F CUMMINS went up to London yesterday MRS J S RICE is visiting her mother at Cave CityIMR SIMON WESLEY of Liberty was hero Wednesday MK J RICHARD BUSH of Lexington r was hero Tuesday MRS A G T SMITH of tho Shelby J City section is quito lick i O MRS W B DlLUON of London is S with Mrs Bcttio Broaddus MR GEORGE B ELUS cnmo in yes terday to see tho homefolks Miss LILLIB MARTIN of Somerset is visiting Mrs W H Brady A 11 SEVERANCE will remain with r Severance Son until Jan Miss SALUE COOKS of Danville was here with her ulsters Wedne- sdayiMRS MARY OWENS of Somerset is with her brother Mr J W Rout Mu J F COOK of Lexington was over Wednesday looking after his farm MK J BAUGHMAN went to Wayne Tuesday to look after his oil business liON C C BACHY of Danville was t hero this week attending circuit court Mn AND MRS M L PIPES of tho r West End are visiting relatives in Kan BU MRS J E HOLMAN and handsome little son have been with relatives In the East End MR C L PRUITT and wife of Mid dlcburg visited his parents nt More land this week MRS W A MOIIKRLY of Knoxville is visiting relatives and fricndq in the Hubble section MR E D KENNEDY camo over from Lexington and helped swell the demo Ieratic majority W J DOZIER of Cooksvillc Tenn is with her parents Mr and Mn E T Pence Man MARX J COCKRAN of Stanford visited in tho city for several days Somerset Journal JOHN P JONES went up to Corbin Wednesday to look after the store he r A will open there soon MRS L C RAMSEY Mrs Baker and XMi s Lyle Baker of Montlccllo are with Mrs L B Cook DR J A AstoN and wife of Lan cuter were guests of his parents Mr and Mrs W E Amon MESSRS JOSEPH ROUT and Wlnfred Portman camo up from Lebanon Junc tion to stamp under ther MESSRS L M HUEY and John P Jones went to Cincinnati yesterday to buy goods for L M Hucy Co TUB Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs S J Embry at 2 is M Saturday Miss MARY POIITMAN who has been with Miss Pearl Gentry for some time returned to her homo in Louisvillo yesterday r Mils F M WARE and pretty daugh ter Miss Mancyo Ware of McKinney spent yesterday with Mrs Samantlih Hubble MISS MATTm MENEKBE has accepted a position in tho D D institute at Danville and will begin her duties on FLORENCE TANNER of McKin ney arrived Thursday evening for a visit to Mrs Ethel Colson Middlcs boroNews I THAT sterling democrat and splendid gentleman Mr J Harvey Vanhookof Burnside camo up and marked under tho game hint Mn B K SWOPB of Middleburg was hero Wednesday rejoicing over Caseys electing three democratic county officers JOHN II SHANKS is at homo from Livingston Ho is temporarily out of tho railway service being threatened with telegraphers paralysis Du STEELE BAILEY of Stanford t wjjj real n paper before tho Madison Medical Society at tho ElksI Club RoomsThursdayafternoonRichY mond Register On AND MRS J DL Tltirtf nf Knnx on Tuesdays train bound for has M to spend sometime Mrs Black who is a of Mesdames J G Carpcnrer and F D Balloii of this place very bad health LOCALS FRUITS of nl kor cakes good- eating apples etc T D Newland NOT n bit too early to make your se lection now W H Mueller jeweler DiiiNa your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best ser vice LAI horso blankets blizzard storm fronts for buggies etc J C McClary THOSE owing mo for threshing or fo goods are urgently requested to iiettl at once James N Cash I WANT a good steady young man to- run my farm on partnership Call on or address J W Eubanks Hubble TilE ladies of tho Presbyterian church- will have an exchange at W B Mc Hobcrta drug store Saturday after P P NUNNKUBY has bought of Mr M F Elkin his residence on Lancaster Street for 1900 and will remodel and rent it- SHERIFF UAUCHMAN is making his last round for taxes Better pay him- beCoro Dec or your property might- be advertised CALL and see ono of tho greatest- IInC of overcoats and suits ever on- sale in the East End W E Perkins Crab Orchard RAG weed tea is said to be a splendid- cure for cholera in chickens and turkeys It is a cheap remedy and it may be a good one Try it LET the Central Kentucky Real Es tate Exchange Title Co help you sell- your farm or buy one if you should be in tho market for such ON out first page give thopictures- of tho county officers who will serve- Lincoln county after Jan 1st Arnt they a handsome lot of gentlemen MRS E 0 SINGLKTON will have a sale Saturday afternoon at her mothers Mrs S B Pcnningtons of a lot of household nnd kitchen furniture etc CANDY SAuMrs WIt McRob erts and Miss Nell Warren will have a candy sale in W B Mcltobcrts drug store at 10 oclock tomorrow Saturday morning LOT SALt Mooro OiTutt will have- unother public sale of lots at Corbin- Nov 21 and 22 The two sales they have already held have been exceeding ly successfulones Tim Kentucky State Journal Frank = fort has a sixcolumn quarto press- in good condition for salo very cheap Writs at once to W P Walton Lex ington or Frankfort W A TuinniK agent for tho Spring field Insurance Co received a draftfor 1400 yesterday tho amount of insur anco carried by Mr J M Carter Jr who lost his homo by flro in August last TUB old council was practically unan imously elected On tho fact of the returns Mayor A B Florence succeeds himself by four votes and W A Trib ble for police judge by three votes There will in all probability be a contest NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS lor one of my deputies will ho at Crab Orchard on Nov 18th at 0 K Nov 21st Waynes burg 22nd Kingsvillc 23rd McKinney 24th Hustonville 25th for tho purpose collecting taxcs Penalty will bo added Nov 30 Will have road claims with me M S Baughman S L C A LITTLE son of W W Andrews of Laurelcounty had all of his clothes burned oft of him but strange to say tho little fellows burns are not consid ered serious Mrs Coly Arnold in at tempting to extinguish tho flames had her hands burned almost to a crisp Wo are under obligations to our old friend Mr J C Green of Keavy for this item COUNTY SUPT SINGLETON is in re ceipt of tho following from Superintendent of Public Instruction J II Fuqua Sr which will not bo good news to Lincoln countys pedagogues Iregret to inform you that your November draft cannot bo sent in time for 11th inst Money not in treasury yet You will receive it in time to pay the teach ers 18th of November a I OUR READYMADE GAR MENT SECTION Tho ever increasing demand for rcmlyiimde wearing npparel for Indies Imi forced IIB to enlarge this department Wo have now n very complete line of tailormade suits cloaks rain coats skirts waists petticoats furl and childrens cloaks Wo tire showing the very newest styles from tho very hest makers Wo have been congratulated by those who have looked upon the variety and beauty of our goods nod last but not least the ren gonnblencM of the price IBUTCHER knives sausage mills lard pressers at Farris FREE turnpikes carried in Case county by about 75 Tort MIDDLETON a good Negro died in Macksvllle last night GUNS gun cases shells cleaning rods etc W N Craig pharmacist MY storo is crowded with a liner am larger line than ever W II Mueller NICE line ladies skirts jackets and r childrens cloaks W E Perkins Crab I Orchard AN exchange and bazaar will be giv en by the ladies of the Christian church on Wednesday before Thanksgiving Mns HART will deliver her second lecture to ladies at the Methodis church at 230 Wednesday afternoon DONT forget the solo of George D Wcatherforda stock in the Hustonville bank on next Monday county court day I WILL have a display of fancy work at my home tho first week in December Tho ladles are invited to call and see it Mrs C L Carter Stanford Fon SALE andacrea of landone mile south of McKinney on Middlcburg pike property of Mrs Lucy Lewis For terms apply to J F Cash Turnersville JAMES FRYE will sell at public auc tion at Hustonville Saturday afternoon Nov 18 a lot of household and kitchen furniture a fine Steinway piano an organ a surrey buggy etc Dont forget it 1 WILL sell on Monday Nov 13 coun ty court day 20 shares of stock in the Hustonville National Bank A dividend of five per cent will be declared on this stock Jan 1900 George D Weath crford Hustonville Ky CIRCUIT CounT resumed operations Wednesday but nothing worthy of mention has been done so far Judge Bell was too sick to hold court yesterday and Mr P M McRoberta was selected to take his place R E Lee Sims has been indicted for killing John R Far ris and the trial set for next Friday THE Casey republicans wanted Editor John Henry Thomas to devote all of his attention to tho News hence they voted for Mr Lawhorn The combined duties of editor and school superin tendent would have been too arduous for our Casey county brer hence we re joice with his democratic friends that no more burdens were added to his al ready great load DEATH OF LEWIS MARRIOTT Lewis Marriott only child of Mrs Belle Mar riott nee Belle Lewis of Lincoln coun ty died shortly after six Wed nesday morning Nov 1st at the fam- Ily home in this city Ho was nine years old lost July and had always been frail and delicate Ho died of organic heart trouble and talked to his mother almost up to tho moment of his death Mrs Marriott is tho widow of Stephen Mar riott and Lewis was her all She is heart broken over his death and has the deepestsympathy of her many friends The remains were taken to Stanford for burial Elizabcthtown News Here and There Judge Paynters election to the U t S Senate looks like a cinch It is said that a massacre has occurred at Cronstadt and that the city is In flames Eight battleships and four cruisers aro at New York to welcome Prince Louis of Battenberg J M Gibson one of Madison coun tys oldest and wealthies farmers died suddenly of heart failure Messrs Morris Farris and Robert Evans of Danville have given 1000 to found tho FarrisEvnns scholarship ut Williamsburg Institute The State department at Washington has been advised of a revolutionary outbreak in San Domingo and a war slip has been ordered to Macoris Secretary Root in a letter to Simon Wolf expresses the hope that tho United States may soon bo in a position to exert a good influence in behalf of tho persecuted Jews in Russia President Ewing of the Growers Protective Association of the dark tobacco district has sounded a noto of warning against acts of violence by members of the organization c MATRIMONIAL William Routon and Miss Bertha Hubble were married at Wm Routons WednesdayRev P Hojcombe who has conducted a rescue mission in Louis Ville for many years celebrated his golden wedding lIe and his wife re ceived hundreds of visitors oddIa student in the city schools has brought suit for divorce and alimony against her husband G B House a teacher in tho public schools in Clay county says a Lexington dispatch They were married last year while he was a student at the State College She says he sodn abandoned her FOR RENT llliickumlth uliop tools hoimt nml Kimleli nt HiiMiIe for rent for year l glnlng Jim iNt11551 Moral Von ml lush run do well with It H1L HlOONAMOHK Hubble Ky For Sale Privately and 10 acres of land ittuated uuoutside of town limits on the Bomeriet pike House Lac 7 room kitchen and ttr ranti rpom good cellar table and all aecenary outbuilding Water hydrant In he yard and one for stock J P BAILEY PUBLIC SALE I will wll nt public auction nt the homo of MrHJ IVmiliiKton1 i mile Iroiu Lrub Orchard on- HATUHOAY AKTK11NOON NOV IMS n lot of household and kitchen furniture mnttniiMi KMyimlnof iimttlnpT chair 1 rockenlJ 1foot rxtvntlon baler rvlrlgera or eoo too and u6eh J baby lot of cannrrl fruit l Jersey of- tarthinglmplementa and other things too numerous to mention All of this furniture U comparatively now MUM K O fH NCJ LtTON Sale Of Personalty AmulmlnUtrntor of Columbus Ilsliop we will nt his lute resilience In Lincoln county on HATUIHUYNOVKMHKHISTH lids kitchenI11rnlturefnaingutefei1ITsherp hOIIlllol of hiiyXt bukhflN whentSabnr rels corn shocks of fodder two horses u cow IIW heifers and other perMiiml prop Terms nnnouncoU on davofnie1- 41MAItOUJiHtMUEL lilHHOl Ad mlnUtriitors PUBLIC SALE Vo will dell nt public unction at our place two miles North of Ortib Orchard on the Ural Orchard and 1niicimter plkt on KllIDAY DKCKMIIEHIBT 1 The splendid farm known ns the Whites Mill place confuting olli ncres of oo l land All In n good tnteof cultivation linn on It thtvo Kood houaesnnd splendid Qrltt Mill Will also will a lot of fnrmlni Implo montfi Term made known on day of t II I mid W1IHM1TH Crab Orchard Darjl Traylor f DIAtIR IK Whisk Brandu wines Beer Gloars Etc grorpWp STANFORD Prompt an4 pollmtttntlon Nothing but tht tt to drink Mal phew cr telerrarh orders rtctlvr I prompt tt ntlon CORBIN KY 3rd Great Auction Sale Nov 21 and 22 Improved and Unimproved City Property y Business houses residences cautt lots in all parts of the city WriteI us for particulars Mooro t Offut Real Estate Agents Corbin Ky FURS This seasons furs are the host and prettiest wo hayo over shown All shapes and furs at 8150 to 815 New Silk Waists in Black Solid and Changeable at 81 to SO Fr CHILDRENS CLOAKS Wo carryall kinds and sizes from the infants to girls 15 years of age We call especial attention to the bear skin cloaks and the real small cloaks for girls 8 to 14 years old I SON rooster oclock Mahoganybed Honest Mike Boots 8350 High Top Shoes 2to Dependable Footwear Cummins fcMcClary Stanford George D Hopper ISuccessor to J K VaiiAredale Dealer in Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds thepeople I reek n portion of tho patronage of Stanford and Lincoln county promising the best goods at the most reasonable prices George Da Hopper Stanford Ky GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY Are Extensive Dealers and Manufacturers of Doors Windows Blinds Sash Rough and Dressed Lumber Lime Ce mentPortlandandAcmeWashingtoniRed Cedar Shin gles iIThe Pennsylvania Lines IWill have Very Low OneWay Rates to points in California Oregon Washington Ac and intermediate points every day from Sept 15 to Oct 31 Full information can bo obtainedat City TickettOffice Fourth and Walnut Sts Station Iearland Butler Streets Cincinnati O Abbotts olice Cov ington Kyor write Geo W Weedon A Q P A Cincinnati Ohio I x r d Jhe Interior Journal Entered in tlusPottOJlce at Stanford at ucondclatt mailerp- DUWMIZI TOKSDAYB AND 1HIIXVYS AT 100 PER YEAR CASH piO charged TWhen not so will be INSURANCE lIulflormt1M nndFire AorliUiit None but the nnd Hrttro lowtloT IIIIP ltntrs Climrontwl lass IliylngiUcc ordUucquallitl Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilcjldonc Phone No 8J The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Kv Wai SHUOABS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Ref urnlthed and unJer entire New Management NEW LIVERY STABLE DJlED tCLAtU ON Irm JUNCTION CITV KY at Reasonable KUoS fenepacl Jesse W Sweeney rBOlRIKTOK Livery Food and Salo Static Lancaster Ky and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rales JaH BOONE R CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Hates Also Dealers InStreetCan on us on Depot Goal E DPeyton DEALEH IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTERSuc- cessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Meni Your U solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connections r POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting fishing any kind of trespassing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Ador Rclcbenbcch Brie FredVonaruonlganAlbertVonOruenlgan Fred VonAlIman Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattle Hewes Relchenbacb Charles Cummins Joe Hallou A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W K Amon Wit Daugherty- SI J Hoffman M D Klmore CarterphiThomas Ferrlll Ore n F J Conn John B Oamenlscb Sam Trnwbrldge A n Root Charles FnssUn prank fordler Mrs W O Welch Peter Balmer John Meier Samuel Llndsey Jacob Gitcder Mr Alloe Lytle David Stephens Nary Hoffmann L P Nunnelley J W Ilauglunan u First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock50000t This Institution was originally established as the flank of Stanford In 199D than reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganized as the First National Balk of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an unlnter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact hog promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Directors J B Paxton J B Owaley I a Shanks W 0 Walker so W Carter i B Foster L 0 Oooch W H Cummins W U Bright K L Hubble T H Shanks i A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Give Me Your Order I Can Please You h IIn rwuljmmli ilothlns when thoro Is so llttli lltTeirnc1 in the prlro tlf high grade rrndynmtli milts mid n suit nmtlr to vonr nioiuuriUHiit tnken by nil exinTloneisI tnllort Imven ImmlsoiiiK Iliipuf Knll WlnliT BCKxU J win ninki from u low price business Milt to the nUtlIt driM slat Al o tivinouts trousira and nary teal The ciiiiinnv I rjitvuMit Isonf of the first H C RUPLEY the Tailor a Rv sbEfBrLfty pIIfltmOl1lalrvonaliiuxn tUmiU tni ityp ot bnrrtmaabah- LNns To attain tblt the lint romiilt ankh tor nntatn- ecelomentam makefife rera lijnl NCIInnu i Pmtntlon 31nullother troumdu eeeahakerirltl good fwwnnea llrotlrtfrre rSttolenaldwlthagnuante PEER MEDICAL AWOCIAIIOM CHICAGO FOa SALE AT TENNTS DBUtJ STORE ii L Beazley Co UndertaKers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsIlugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them n Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e teeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IlarnessSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY OfHce Phone 187 Rome Phone 35 Officers J B HOOKER Prest BT HAUIIIS V Pros JJ McIlOnERTB Ohr W II WKARENAast Ohr Directors F Raid DanTllle T Harris Stanford J Docker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmoro Stanford II Rauebman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble J H Hauehman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK BOOOO Successors to The Farmer Bank Trust Company and uuder same management continuously for 39 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business rotations will prove mutually beneficial r Officers H SHANKS President J B PaxtonVIce W H BBIOHT Cashes W O WALKER Asst Oasblr FARMElfS DEPARTMENT Secondhand hmpower for sate M S Baughman Lutes Co bought of Will Cordlc 13 slop cattle nt3c June W Gayle bought 25 weanling mule colts at Owenton at 110 Secondhand twohorao power for sale cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford Tho Terrill farm of 252 acres near Richmond was bought by Charles Tei rill at 8346 A sorrel gelding by F Reids Dorse Golddust brought 550 at a sale at Mor ristown Tenn H C Terhunc sold Coleman Watt ers 22 1200pound cattle at 3ic Al 32 hogs at l Advocate FOR SALE Threo sugar mules four cotton mules and five nice horses S M Owens McKinney Ky It B Wilkinson bought of J C Reid 10 heifers at from 2Jc to 3c nnd from W M Fields 20 hogs at 5c i FOR SALEA thoroughbred Berkshire boar weighing 150 pounds J Nevin Carter Turncrsvillc IA dark red mulyheifor came to my place 10 days ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and hor keel A C Green Stanford ESTRAY 10 or 12 40imuml shoat left my place a few days ago Rewar for information leading to their where abouts J L Beazley Stanford The livery stable people are buying now corn picked uhuckcd and delivere in their cribs at 2 and have been offered hundreds of barrels at the same price Adair News The railroads are making preparations to ship horses from J B Hog gins famous Rancho Del Paso ranch in California to New York City It will take four trains of 12 cars each md willcost Mr Haggin 60000 M R Jacoby of Hutchinson trough last week of Bourbon formers 900 barrels of new crop corn at 2 per bat rel to be delivered at Hutchinson Tho corn was purchased for Southern parties and will be shipped South Denny Bros of this county were the leading winners at the Latonia races just closed They won in purses al together 3000 and shipped their horse to Los Angeles Cal where they will be raced during the winter months Mrs Mary Berkole sold her farm comprising 170 acres near BryanLi ville to Henry Tomlinson at Iii Mr Marsee sold his farm recently purchas ed of H D Aldridge to Mr Cobb of Jessamine county at SO per acre Marksbury Cor Advocate- T M Tarkington of Parksville shipped this week a fine Highland Den mark stallion to Mr Keyof Tennessee which was sold some days ago at 100 and Mr 3 C Tarkington shipped a 10 month old jack to same party the pric being 35ODanville News The Kentucky Humane Society which met in Louisville will consider a unique plan the like of which has prob ably never been under consideration in any country A plan is to be considers for establishing a retreat for aged am infirm horses During the year just closed the society which now has moro than 350 members has cared for more than 9000 horses and other animals Al present tho society has no funds for the establishment of a homo for de srepit horses but it is hoped that libel il contributions to such a fund will bo forthcoming when required No Poison in Chamberlains Cough Remedy From Naplor Now Zealand Herald V6 years ago tho Pharmacy nostril of New South Wales Australia halt an analysis made of all the cough ledtelneii that wore sold in that market Out of the entire list they Hind only ono thatthoy clcolnrvcl was ntirely free from all poisons This xcoptlon ms Chamberlains Cough lomedj inailtf by the Chamberlain kdiclne Company Des Mains Iowa C S A The absence of all narcotics makes this remedy tho safest and host labuan be had and it is with a feollngr of security that nay mother can give It to her little ones Chamberlains ough Itemed Is especially rccoin landed by its tankers for coughs olds croup timid whooping cough When taken In time it prevents pnou main This remedy is for sale ul1 druggists- A doctor was lately summoned to a ottage at Harwood in Tccsdalo and ounda boy patient in need of his ervicesPut out your tongue said the doctor The boy looked like an owl medalTalk English doctor put in the other and then turning to her son she said Hopen thy gobbler and puT out thy loliker The boy rolled out his tongue in a fomentTitBitshe Required for Constipation As a curtain puratlvounllstollluch- purlller Chamberlains Stomach and ilver Tablets seem to be the exact thing required strong enough for the most robust yet mild enough and safe children and without that terrible grIping so common to most par atlvessayn S Webster ft Co dora Ontario Canada For sale all druggists 2- t tlI thought II said tho young man who was having his first experience as candidate for office that you were going to give mo honest support Yes replied the editor of the Trumpet thats what woro trying to do 1 want to see you elected Well its queer you havent a line in this mornings paper about the speech I delivered last night Not at all my boy not at all I was there myself and hoard it As I said before we want to help youlr every way wo can Son Lost Mother Consumption runs In our family and thtuugh It lost my mother writes E U Reid of Harmony Mo For the past five yoars howovor 01 the slightest sign of u Cough or Cold I have taken Hr Kings Now Dls covery for Consumption vvhloh hat saved mo from Mtrioua lung trouble His mothers death was a sad loss for Mr Held lint ho learned thut Imij trouble must not be nuglcclod and how to cure It Quickest relief and ouio for coughs and acids Irlco 60 pad 8100 jjuanlnUnl at G1a Ionnyi Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Trial bottle tree Tho plans for two muchneeded Improvements in Corbin tho waterworks und an opera house arc progressing favorably Every one Interested in Corblna prosperity should work for those enterprises Their consummation means a metropolitan Corbin Corbh Laborer Piggmus To tell tho truth wo have to treat our conk as a member ot tho familyDismukeaGrunt Scottl That would never go in our house We havo to treat ours as n visitor Washington Life Chumberla CoDe Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This is tho most successful medicine In the world for bowol complaints and U tho only remedy that will euro chronic diar rhoea Kvwy bottle N warranted For sale by all druggists Let old Kentucky raise its corn beansWere here With raising quarantines Now Orleans TimesDemocrat When you wnut a pleasant physic try Chamburlalnti Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other un pleasant olTtHJt Sold by all druggists Columbia UIMH lothes IiiI young uro clotlitw that will appeal to IUoriniitmtiii ilrtveora who nirooi ale porfuot tailoring tend accurate fit ting WaE PERKINS Club Orchanl Ky GOOD for OLD and YOUNG August Flower keeps the children healthy and tronJFull and frolic the whelp day long bo when Mamma needs more they rush off In high glee And snout to the druggists Pleas give It me brisk and fresh In the morninglack of appetite pallor- muddy complexion an x or these i a disordered stomach and bad digestion in adults and children too They also Ute urgent need of taking Greens August newer regularly for a few day i reliable old remedy for all stomach never fails to cure indigestion dyspepsia and chronic constipation anll a tonic for body and mind n fTwo sizes 3jc and 750 All druggist For Sale at Pennys Drug Store 1sf 5 Central Kentucky r Real Estate Title CompanyiT Stanford Ky No Nmallfe m S7cn tmlln Irom hiM ford Homor fuyrgood tome heck coq I rants Howl Urn od other bullJlnplIn goal repair Cut in six flulJi welt tented a sera In culUralloa one sets In fruit trees tot sodran Iloutht at tIImmlulowrllAl bargain beioMat bargain nchoul mil thurch Irlw IM iwr acre Land sdjutniegsoldfur110and- SIs Thlalifttuwlu No Ma acrra at oaal ml ttrnWr lattJ Inta el la Perry ronbl Ky on Ura Vine Crrrka trlbuUrrot the Notlb fort of Kmiuckr rtvrr tour nlfl oft1 tirjluilo thlrkaru tram 81 lect to fwd ulcer to the mouth abortcTMk rallioailUiarrqffil within lhrre runes of Mll proprny In eontltll ot o kelo Tllio pvtf l Will Mil ur cirhtagt on sum lenua No GfA nice two story eight room limit lwtlllnitlnHUtiforl use two halls gaud rrilai with concrete tlur garden writ kitchen on which rentt or t Ilfr iiiooib Tnc4we11inglruuar5lxamonth Tblt Irol erly le lo goal rpalr and can ht for Jtloo No 3la 811 nII1 lend 1s Lincoln county Two srurrCruoluawoerrrldroh tenon houiw bUll roan for ovvr JW had ol took and all other omiairjr uutlmliainpi all In torIIn4Jtultlrallun ratio gnu and timber etc an dual ouualrr home aaall confenlenewoo plea oilM Ho Well watttol with II ulcer Uitmj lirlDgi 8tc 1rlco irtwonabio Noel0gscrra of laud one mile rota Sotnarwt X7ciillnKTin bid forty serve In culllta balIn II Uwdl njCOdroullllllldlOti i rlrrr Httrnly area DlIlftd la liter beliora li amrJau land andIngrw Thl land li fur or flo atrTbrIxilldlDgt each bq use Urn tie atxrol lb ctnur of 100 acre All on wuntyroad t sill from chureh Mbnol and Lays well and well watered Till la a awl itttMom tam and woukl wn lur e f uitlle list slosh want to ome trots uIM n1Yl1rie d 1t trwaoM Ku W tftframadwrlina ix ruddit two kale raoda kr writ at oWr sad all Aap- rnrceevr ouilMlldlugi Alp bras biMkiRiUh abi DiM ed cbttl lull Imjiti ft shop and 18 rId Telpmprywill be MId t a rerr low pile No 9A fani of in aow four wlrfrem titan t pits In th county well wstrrtf- rnrlnqgo id fronts all nroutbuilding AeplrntldWugnufannaidonly 2Jminulesddvefrowcounlyove6 use Urui adjoining thli has recently related SIC err aerw Wooffr thluU17IO No MKlriy acres near 1leaunt IVilnl Ky Fr nbou S room ash tmtb Ham and other outbuilding Sarrmln cultlvatlcn ml In loa bur Well wateied son yard from pmiortJfiwaiol an4 ebllrcbjIa rail on pllll and la gout rout SSt0 No isea ac farm mile of Crab Onhsrd Ky IWtk dwelling I room two lenaat boUMi two barn wall anl iprlog near dwelling ratio In bltlli title ol cullltaUoo ama rlrer broom land gixxl frnrlng lrulrc Irlrc I 7IeI an aer Cf e v1A aka firs at IllsntanJ K well ItIIlfQ eJweMwtWfrJetc Irk Cu- ettMacro af union JaiMitowa rod toalh ol DuniivM Cnl teaivatba a bwtl t terra hi ItmHr and rest grass lire new dame dwetl hie alto an oU dwelling pee A new bull and two 4on1 Itliwell witrred ant tM l nclflc It goad On put k road Price Servo Nosieoo acreaolceimnisndMMlsseetrp Is no tectlqn of country whkb olfert ao e IINselrnpetityVaHey Theforllb thathlmNre able all the tin reason peopla from tW North where the aurrly of timber It fill Jlmlnlthlns are contunlly Increatlne their put chaise of ilaher Unjt In th South hen th tin Irk Is reinoveJ the lanj It unequalej fur acrkultu rat uftOes It will proJuc a tale of cotton to ht acre or gnaw an other kind of crop relied In the temperaM rune The tall nreJ no feittXieri jnj gIYei a yield whkhannet excelled Gars an tow rile It perfect aol the nun ate buys tlolU farm tat timber lands at present prlret It making an In veitnent tlut ht will never tegrtt Ibis land II oil vlJed Into tractt ranclne from w acte to the tract to nou acres to the Iraq and pekes from U pee act 0 Ji6 per ate according to tecatlon etc Wt err authorlted by tr company who runs theelands U Ule ttut at other parties are cwtMerfctr the dU of UMM lead that ws oBor thex tracts nik lectlerferulavtthJrawal tram maiket cluac prke without notice Noses when notnwd tksy wM hoU soy tract nit of maiket tone eeuwgh her It p fthiur to make an IflVfiHgttton About it ooacrftellMt UMhat teen wild by the OPt rallY tine wererlvdthis cptton for further par kuurt can atewr slfic No UA farm of uren la Cavy county Ky On and onehalf alory dwelling with els rooms uod tarn and other ouiballdlngt tilsty lilt In eultlrallun 41 acre ID Umber Nil trrre la well on rd tie to churehM choflleio lrkeonlytt0e- Alen a M barrel sin to Mercer couNty Ky on Nall fiver NInm power new up todno lu every tartlcuIAr and dwell lag with lu irocineinl M sere of Bno land eklee to Southern railroad PrIce SS NaNo It t9t atrta of land near Crab Orchard beat No TaPoitrkmtof ItnJ and a eke one ftorIWIll rr11I8 dwellln5InMeKlnoryKy certain a taro sot all narwatyoulbullIIoll 1Uc well fenced and In unt litn sad li wandaeonq ark 1700 for tht irujriyi olttsmcrrllnCuey county Too Start frame dwelling two ruod bro and other outbuilding In I r Hplenilld toUr land and In gt community A bargain at boo No limnfli acrri In la now two alorr 8 room frame dwelling untlA I dwelling In lair vondtuou hum sad other out buildings 10 county rood apleodld tobacm land well watered two went ipilng tie Tbla It a d Urabl homo Pike flil naburgDwctlhtIfsod It n In In tJuel lime uouolsoL to good ae4htorhuudcturo to school sad fluI road 111 trOll Not tieenrowadelitnggaoltells and SI acres land Yirrrfdlingwell u4grllg Irnriog- xndoutbell4lusc In air CIIluclMtotowti Will Oi a aiaall family No Two dory lrai dwelling 7 roomi 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Meusisinrata Will nl n i cb tefrprprttla UoeolDWOBly The Gibralter of Rockcastle County Financial Institutions CITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Oflura to tho Ieoplo a Safe and Con ervativo flanking Shtom Afcoiint of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your bnMtlcSd and we Kitnrnntcon jilcarnnt anti iroliLnMo relation Pay 3 per cent intorcfit on all deposits of 8100or more who II left in tho bank anil not checked upon for a period of six months 0 J W HUTCHESON Cashiera WINDOW GLASS r LATSc r WILL N CRA I SS Druggist and Optician 4 Regular Sizes Kept In Stock Odd Sizes Cutt to Order J r