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Jr THE INTERIOR JOURNALSrVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1905 NO 70 UBV o M HlFV 1astor of the Stanford Bapliut Char 9t who has nciipcJ a flittf rng mil to the HaptlKt Church at Som T it Upon Invitation of the deacons Hov fJ Huoy cumo to this city tost Friday and conferred with thorn In rejrnrd to the matter and fllUd the pulpit of tho church Sunday morning and owning and alto at the chapel In the afternoon Our peoplo wore greatly Imprewwl with his threo Mormons hsre At the cl MO of the night ionIce u meeting of the church was hold mill by a rising vote Mr Huoy was called lie is a vigorous preacher and a strong character In or ganization He hi n worker earnest and untiring and will accomplish much good In this city Only a few dnys be fore ho was called hero tho church nt Harrodsburg had extended a call to him to come to that city to succeed Hov W M Wood who has resigned there to accept a call to tho first Hap tist church In Covington Mr Huey after carefully considering the two Paynter Beyond Peradventure It seams to be all over but the shout ing Judge Payntor will be the next United Status Senator as sure as guns iron Of the 100 democratic members of the Legislature he has S8 irrevoka bly pledged to him Ho will bo nomi nated on the first bullet in the caucus If indeed his nomination Is not made by acclamation Many claim that Sen atr Blackburn will snake a virtue of n ncnMty and gracefully retire from the lunttiu while other recall the toitittwith Cm Uortlo Williams when lit Kturuxi out with only a hand fut f votes MHi won out finally What loan been dune thoy say can bo done again but thoro are exceptions to all rules TIll game played 20 yoore ugo tan not bo played successfully now and Judge 1aynter will not be robbed of a r victory before tho people as the hero of Ccrro Gordo was by getting a num her of men to enter tho race nisi after excitement and bad fooling Is engendered switching thorn to Blackburn Tho Payntcr managers have the goods nnd they are going to bo delivered Tho Judge wilt succeed Mr Blackburn In the United Status Senate and thats all there is to it Further fight on Mr Blackburns part will be futile Frank fort Journal BETHAYED The weakkneed repub Beans of Casey fall in lino with the democrats and sweep the majority from most of the party nominees W C Cundiff only gets there by 40 votes while Lincoln Wells majority will be about CO M L Sharp tlofeata Judge Uains by 100 majority Chas F Montgomery defeats J C Lay for Attorney and J Sherman Lnwhorn defeated Henry iiiuiuua for Superintendent hy r similar majorities The democrats make wholesale use of money and whisky and control the float Tho truebluo republicans believe their majority was destroyed bolters and floaters Envelopes transfer pa ter was used unlearned Casey County News Brer Thomas seems a bit sore Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley it Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as n throat and lung remedy and on account of tho great merit and populnrlty ofFoloys Honey and Tar many Imitations are offered for tho genuine These worthless Imi tations have similar sounding names Beware of them The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar is in a yellow package Ask for It and refuse any Jiubstltute It U the remedy for coughs and colds Tennya Drug Store twJ place decided that tho field in Somer set WM more in need of hlssorviccsiind that he could accomplish grontar things hure Mr Huoy will be given a most onlyIple in general Ho sal Isle fatally will occupy the parsonage on College Street At the service Sunday night there was one addition to tho church Mrs Frank Cover who was converted under the powerful sermondeliverod by Mr Huey Somerset Mountaineer FniKNDS hero of Mr Samuel M Wll ItlndIas oCIlouilvlllothere has been no question of retaining him if he so desiros says tho Courier Journal MATRIMONIAL Mr and Mrs NTwTpipOfl of Boyle celebrated tholr golden welding last week Melvin Hays Judd and Mtae Jessie Lee Folly both of Middlttburg were married hero Saturday The engagement of Miss Clara Boll the wealthiest woman in Lexington to Julius W Walsh a SU Louis million aire is formally announced Helen rope and Randolph Johnson of ItffwuiniM N C who had been married the night before ware found havlingcide Miss Lithe Moore tho pretty daugh tar of Mr and Mrs John Moore ofCa liley was married last week to Mr An- Dillion an industrious and clever young man of Crab Orchard The bride who is a most excellent young lady is a sister of MetdamoB Ed mad Booker Wilkinson oi this place She has Ire quently visited thorn hero and has scores of friends and admirers in Stan ford She te n handsome blondo and very lovable of character Mr Dillion is to bo congratulated on winning such a jewel They will stake their homo in tho Hast End whore tho good wish es of many friends will be over with themJason Wesley the popular and rim dent clerk of the Casey circuit court was married last week to Miss Lou King also of Liberty The bride who is exceedingly pretty is a daughter of George W King a welltodo farmer Mr Wesleys friends in Lincoln as well as in Casey congratulate him on winning the heart and hand of excellent a young woman The groom is one of the youngest circuit clerks in the Stato as well as ono of the best He is a tine young man and we join his host of friends in congratulating him on the sensible move ho has taken nnd wish him and his a long life full to overflow ing with happiness Sluggish Liver n a Foe to Ambition You cannot accomplish very much If your liver in Inactive as you fool dull your eyes are heavy and slight exertion exhausts you Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup stimulates the liver and bowels and maKes you feel bright anti active Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is mild anti very pleasant to take Orlno Is more effective than pills or ordinary cathartics Itofuso substitutes Pen nys Drug Store d Bobbitt On Circuit Court And The Recent Election Circuit court Is now in session Tho regular judge Ball being indisposed lion P M MqRoborta has presided most of the LImo with much dignity and signal ability The attendance on tho court has been Jnto every day There art many important cases civil and criminal W will not get through in throe weeks Great surprise in expressed nt tho tromunJnu + democratic majority The rtpubluanH tire toad all over the county especially at Crab Orslmrd Way nc iirtr and highland Tho rank aid tile of the party wanted a full ticket nominated and when they conldnotget it many of them to my eorUtin knowl chf vutwl the democratic ticket l scully at Crab Orchard I have not voted till ticket complete in a county raw before in hJ yours This time I and my jeorgo Holmes friends voted it frum Alpha to Omega and it was this independent vote aided by the mad anti disappointed republicans that ran tho democratic majority beyond the high wnUr mark of all pest time Now I hopo tho democratic officials will glvo service ao faithful and acceptable that elections in this county and State Will hereafter be moroly formal Why dtdnt you all servo the people like Cooper so well and so faithfully that neither wllhoutIbo impartial bo in your office when hunted for Democracy como from two Greek words demothe people and cratos power Power in tho hands of the peo ple There is where it should reside forever Look at the people even In the mean State of Ohio how they rose in their majesty and shook oil the tyrants and turned n republican majority of 250000 into a democratic majority of 55000 Look ar my native county Pulaski turning a republican majority of 2000 into a democratic victory of more than 300 Look at Whitloy with an astounding majority of 2800 elect ing nn independent ticket and defeating the rings and bosses This shows that tho peoplo can and will correct all wrongs They sometimes are a long time about it but tho mills of the Gods arc always grinding and grind very fine FONTAINE Fox BOBUITT TO WEAK WOMEN Of Stamford We make the Fol lowingProposition There are hundreds of women in this vicinity who are dragging them selves through life in pain and misery without vitality strengths or health said Mr Penny of Pennys DrugStore They get no happiness out of life and arc just in a condition to bo attacked by almost any disease They need a vitalitymaking nnd strengthcreating tonic Now nt our expense wo want to ask every such woman in Stanford to try our cod liver oil preparation Vinol whichcontains in n highly concentrated form all of the medicinal elements of cod liver oil but no oilor grease It is delicious to take creates a healthy appetite makes pure rich red blood and gives strength nnd vigor to every organ of tho body bettor than any medicine wo have ever sold in our store and when n woman is in poor condition it makes lifo worth living When wo say at our expense we moan that if tho medicine you buy from us and pay for does not benefit you we will refund every cent pail us for it Miss Mary A Woodward says I think Vinol is tho best remedy in tho world for a weak tired warnout system I was just in that condition when I commenced to take Vinol It gave mo new lifo nnd energy I feel well strong rind better than I have for Ityears Wo can only ask Stanford women to try Vinol on our guarantee Pennys Drug Store James Speyer of New York has giv en to tho trustees of Columbia Univer sity 50000 to endow the Theodore Roosevelt chair of American history and institutions in the University of Berlin The German Government will in turn establish at Columbia Universi ty a professorship of German history and institutions Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Heinedy This Is tho most successful medicine In tho world for bowel complaints and Is the only remedy that will euro chronic diar rhoea Every bottle Is warranted For sale by all druggists The board of visitors of the Virginia Military Institute have decided that tho food furnished the cadets was of the proper kind The third class which has taken a very positive stand is In danger of dismissal Science Hill Academy at Shelby ville had a narrow escape from destruction by fire MR CHARLES F MONTGOMERY Who WWI el ctH County Attorney of Casey courtly by 144 majority Mr ia an exLincoln county young man who is praeperintr in the Sate of Casey IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES T E Hobbard ha been appointed postmaster at Scalf Knox county Mutt Coulter aged 76 died at his home near Elliiburjp Casey county The troops will remain at Miildtabo ro until nil the warrant In theeoldiors hands have been served Dr D M Godboy of Mlddloburg has located at Perryville to practice his profession medicine A recruiting station has been established at Richmond with Lt Fred W Hershler lieutenant of the Fourth Cav alry in charge Alexander Avery a distiller und far mer of Clinton county was found dead near his home undor circumstances in dicating murder Tho work of buHding the new Q C shops in this city is progressing with great rapidity About 1000 men are now employed on the building Som erset Mountaineer Tho infant of Jas Kirtendalt was burned to death nt Middlosboro The child was running after a small dog and stumbled falling in the grate Death ensued before a physician could arrive Midshipman Meriwether was held to await trial by courtmartial for the fatal fist fighOvith Midshipman Branch at Annapolis Meriwether was class mate of R Caswcll Saufley of this placeJames B Hall a wellknown resident of Shelby county shot and killed himself at his home Mr Hall was the fatherinlaw of Dr Carl L Wheeler formerly of Hustonvillo but now of Gully wanted in Bell county for robbery and complicity in the at tempted murder of an L N watch man at Mlddlcsboro was arrested in Virginia and sent to Middlcsboro Frank Ball is still at large Rewards of 250 for the arrest and conviction of each member of the mob which lynched tho Negro Virgil Bow ers at London a month ago have been offered by tho Commonwealth No indictments have yet been returned in connection with the affair When You Have a Bad Cold You want a remedy that will not only give quick relief but elTMt a permanent cure You want a roinodv that will relu v the lungs and keep expectoration cutty You want u remedy that will eoun tract tutu tendency toward pneumonia You want u remedy that is pleasant and stile to take- Chnmberislns Cough Iomedy meets till of these requirements and for the speedy and permanent euro of bud colds stands without a peer For sale by all druggists A Scots minister had forgotten to bring his manuscript to tho church and on going Into the pulpit gave his con gregation this explanation I am very sorry my friends to have to tell you that I have mislaid my manuscript I must therefore this morning just say to you what the Lord has put into my mouth but I trust I small come this afternoon better providedTat Icr James ages 11 years be cause he was promoted in his classes in the Homestead House School at Pitts burg Pa was assaulted by his class mates and had three ribs fractured and was Internally injured Later he died front the effects of his injuries When yon want pleasant fphyslu try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver au1produco gists Arc you superstitious 1INot on your lifcIm not It Then let me have 13 until next Fri day will you A drunken man burned himself to death in the county jail at Newark N J You Are Invited To pay miry storo n lengthy cull thht you may inspect the many new nnd uptoMlnto nun desirable things i Imvc so carefully bought for this seasons Welling t My Stock Was Never So Complete- A it is this season I lute never ovvnipl quite M liniaUfliHO a lot of good things nt ono time I nm surd I can iiUiaso your tastofj am positive Ican Pave you money Dmt buy one cents worth of goods until you have gone thormijlily through my stuck oi Fall and Winter Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Boots Hats and Caps Ladies Skirts and Cloaks La FurnishingsI J A Dollar Saved Is A Dollar Made SAMROBINSONNext STANFORD K- YrMnLiBargains In Buggies On account of having to give pos session of our Buggy House on Jan 1906 we will close out our stock at Reduced Prices You can afford to buy a Rig now for next Summer W H HIGG1NS STANFORD KY LMN =II 1 t DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS Are the favorite tools of good work men Their all around goodness has made them so and all who ever used them swear by them You cant use any other land if you want to do the left work cniSEts HATCHETS GIMLETS SWS jlilTS fiLES AXES GERGE FARRIS N Stanford Kentucky u Y =argaiI1s3 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 Cane non Stove second hand for 5 Come Quick S H ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky Be kind enough to remit us the amount of your dues at this office i iThe Interior Journal E C WALTON WHILE wo regret that a republican was elected mayor of Owensboro we are glad that so excellent and decent a ono as W M ODrynn was chosen We have known him for yearn and can testify that ho is honest and inorruptibte and a gentleman in all tho wont Implies Mr OBryan wan agent for the L Nat Crab Orchard for many years and while stationed there married a Miss Dillion who has since died Mclgs as ho is familiarly known iJ a fine fellow and his friends here ir respective of politics send congratulations to him on his success in the polit icalarena Mayor of Owensboro is no small office but Mr OBryan is big enough to fill it and fill it creditably OHIO is a peculiar State Last yea it gave Roosevelt 255421 plurality and elected by large majorities nearly every republican who ran for office This year John M Pattison is elected governor by 40000 or more with all the democrats who ran with him Locally this means much for the Buckeye State but so far as the country is concerned it docs not amount to much Ohio never goes democratic in late years when a president or a United States Senator is to be chosen The democrat ForjakerTHAT the republicans of Massachusetts are for a revision of the tariff is shown in the vote for governor He was elected by a plurality of 23110 while the candidate for lieutenant governor who is a standpatter only got 1996 and would have probably been defeated had not the democratic candidate been personally unpopular The railroad vote and the tariff question promise to disrupt the republican party Gov HERRICK says he has iy apologies to make for his record a Governor of Ohio None is necessary The fact that he was elected by over 113000 majority and defeated for reelection by a majority in the neighborhood of 50000 shows that the people have sized his record up pretty accurate and that an apology for it would do no good POLITICAL William R Hearst offers 27000 for the conviction of the first Tammany man for election crookedness The Federal grand jury at St Louis returned another indictment against Senator J R Burton of Kansas Judge H Clay McKee a prominent republican of Mt Sterling has announced for Congress in the 10th dis trictGov Wallace Hoch now the chief executive of Kansas the State of sunflowers was born and reared in Boyle countyMayor Tom Johnson of Cleveland has appointed an antisuicide commis sion intended to check the carnival of selfdestruction in Cleveland On the ground that he suspects fraud i Sheriff Chrisman of Jessamine county refuses to sign the election certificate in one of the wards at Nicholasville Gov Pennypacker of Pennsylvania has issued a proclamation calling an extra session of the Legislature for January 15 to consider reform legisla tionWilliam R Hearst is said to have spent 500000 in his campaign forI Mayor of New York and it is believed that Tammany spent almost a round millionIn statement given out at Atlanta Richard Cheatham says the latest cot ton report is the result of spitework and hints that startling exposures willi be made by Congress Tammany insists that a former decision of Judge Alton B Parker pro hibiting the opening of ballot boxes is still the law and this prevents William It Hearsts attempt for a recount Munnejl Wilson of Madisonville who was elected to the Legislature by the democrats of Hopkins county last week has announced himself as a candidate for Congress in the Second district Practically complete returns from the Ohio elections show that the Republicans have elected all the minor State officers Both Democrats and Republicans are still claiming a ma in the Legislature result of Tuesdays elections all honest Kentuckians of 1Ol1e politics can rejoice is the of Jim Hargis and his gang in Not only that county but the entire State is to bo congratulated on tho expulsion of this crew from the offices which they have so unscrupulously perverted to their own desperate randdepraved ends Courier Journal county Rachel Tye Jack and L D Sullivan indepen JIHamblin certificates as School Jailer and Assessor John Lovitt M B Jones Republican nominees received certificates for Judge and Sheriff The Courthouse precinct was thrown out for fail I ure of tosign the certificate It would change tho result in theJudges and Sheriffs race electing R C Browning Judge and W B Croley Sheriff f I r 5ol s Dunne announces that he will IMayoranother ordinance to tho Chl for the purchase of the street car lines by the city NEWS NOTES Alfred P Wells coroner elect of Shelby county is dead Bedford Graves n Monroe county farmer was killed by a mules kicks Gustav Fuchs a well known sculptor made his will and committed suicide In New York Two friends one aged 81 and the other 87 committed suicide in ulTalo by hanging John Gibson and Frank Marion 011 hers were instantly killed by failing rock at Beattyville W II Pedigo of Glasgow who was pushed from a street car and suffered fractured skull is dead A fireman was killed and eight persons injured in n wreck on the Texas Pacific near Aledo Tex Edward G CunlilTe express company robber was sentenced to six years In prison yesterday at Pittsburg Mrs George Bowne was frighten to death in a struggle with a burglar In her home at Washington N J A T Thompson probably the best known man in Mason county and prominent in secret society circles is dead Tho grand jury at Boston has returned a number of indictments in con nection with the dress suit case mur derWith interesting ceremonies the Matthew T Scott Jr Institute was dedicated at West Liberty in Morgan Laura Clay of Lexington was elected President of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association at the Newport meeting The United States Steel Company has bought the Solid Iron Mountain at Durango Mexico the richest of its kind in the world All Southern States will be naked to participate in a jubilee meeting to beheld by Pythian lodges at some central Southern city Fire destroyed 110 cottages with their contents at Acton Park 14 mile southeast of Indianapolis Tho loss is estimated at 50000 Miss Margaret Curran and Mrs Anna Kimbrel sisters died within eight hours in Louisville They had nevi been separated during life Gov Beckham has offered a reward of 500 for the arrest of Geo B Warner slayer of Puloski Leeds who recently escaped from the Western Asylum at Hopkinsville ShubertBelascoFiskes new playhouse to be built in Louisville and ready for the season which opens next September will be modeled after the Lyric Theater in New York The prisoners in the jail at Kishineff Bessarabia revolted in a body and demanded their freedom Troops fired a volley into the mutineers of whom 24 were killed and many wounded After December 1 the Frankfort opera house will cease to handle Klaw Erlanger bookings and will be furnished attractions by the Schubert FiskeBclasco independent syndicate 101 Years Old And Rejoices She Never Wedded Miss Eliza Williams of Kokomo Ind the oldest unmarried woman in the United States was 101 years old Wednesday She is confined to her bed with a crushed hip the result of a Calla few days ago Until this accident she was able to walk about with the assistance of her cane and the first to nrise about the household generally dressed herself unaided Miss Williams did all her own sewing until two years ago when she was persuaded to give up everything of that kind she being assured that she had done all that was expected of her She performed all the duties of her household until five year ago Miss Williams is as clear in mind as ever in her lifetime and to prove that she was not growing childishcommitted a hymn to memory She is now at the home of her fa rite nephew 0 A Somcrs whom she taught his letters She made the journey to his home late in the summer by carriage and rail She had hoped to be able to return there soon but probably will never bo able to has always prided herself that Inow never went with the same man in her life Sho received one proposal An admirer obtained permission to call on her once and proposed on the spot but was rejected lind never allowed to call again Miss Williams says God never intended her to marry She cares for the men only who arc relatives Some time ago she refused to attend a because she would have to be assisted in an out of- the buggy by strange men The Exact Thing Required for Constipation As certain purgative and stomach urlller Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets seem to bo tho exact thing required strong enough for the most robust yet mild enough and safo- for children and without that terrible griping so common to most purgatives say It S Webster it Co 11dora Canada For sale all druggists a i i Here and There A L Reid an aged member of the London bar is dead Wren Wilson n young railroad man was crushed to death in n cinder pit at PaducahIn Mr M C Covington sold to J W Bales 75 head of 1400 Ib cattle at 140 The L N Is to build a 34 mile ex tension in Bell county Preliminary work Is under way Another Japanese merchantman has been blown up by a floating mine adrift off tho coast of China Henry Scott tho third of the mu tineers from the schooner Harry A Berwind was sentenced to death at Wilmington N C A big crowd is gathering at Bards town to participate in tho annual meet ing of the National Fox Hunters Association The Derby will take place today Coroner Scarbough rendered a verdict at Mt Vernon 0 in tho Pierson case lIe holds that tho young student was tied tothe railroad but says it is impossible for him to determine who are the guilty parties CHURCH MATTERS Bishop Stephen M Merrill of the M E church of Chicago is dead of heart paralysisThe Bible Society is got ting into financial trouble Its reserve fund has been exhausted in meeting de ficiencies and its collections and bequests continue to decline No Case Pneumonion Rec ord We 10 not know of a single Instance where a cough or cold resulted In pneumonia or consumption when Fo leys Honey and Tar had been taken It cures coughs and colds perfectly so do not take chances with some un known preparation which may contain opiates which cause constipation a condition that retards recovery froth a cold Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Pennys Drug Sto- rePUBLICSALE piecetwoCmbOrchnnl and Umcmtcr pike on Fill DAY DKOKMIIKIt IHT lull Thu splendid unit known in the Whites Mill plnco constating of 173 acres of gnat laud All In ii good state of cultlvntlon linn on It three good lOullnd n splendid Urht Mill Will also sell ii lot or funning Imple menl Terms made known on day of sale It U and W ILttMITll Crab Orchard Sale Of Personaltytudn- tlnhtrntorofColumbulllhop we will nt his Into residence In Lincoln county 1aHtTUIIOAYNovMltIti Tlt haft sell nt outcry his household nod kitchen furniture farmlnMiten lls ulivtp boglII lot of huya5 Implicit whtiit 25 bar rels corn M shocks of fodder two horses u cow foine hvlfvra mid other personal prop erty Terms announced on elnv of ode P MAKUUMHAMUKI llIHIIUI Ad 11lnltnllorCORBIN KY jrd Great Auction Sale Nov 21 and 22 Improvedand Unimproved City Property Business houses residences and va cant lots in all parts of the city Write Ui for particulars Moore it Omit eel Estate Agents Corbin Ky GOOD for OLD and YOUNG nl August Flower keeps the children healthyred irongPull and frolic the whole long Bo when Mamma needs more they rush off In high Rice to the druggists Please give It to me- lqlnabilitr to get up brisk and fresh in the morning lack ofappetite pallor muddy complexion poor these a disorderedstomach childrenttooof taking Greens August liver regu larly for a few days fit a reliable old remedy for nil stomach never fails to cure indigestion dyspepsia and chronic constipation is a tonic for body and minda tTwo sizes aye and qs Alt druggists For Sale at Pennys Drug Store r STYLE AND FITa I No matter the Quality of the Goods if they do not Fit they are w failures and you are dissatisfied O- urOVERCOATS SUITSi Are made of the Best Material obtainable and their Style and Fitting Qualites are Simply Perfect We do not claim the cheap est stuff in town but we do claim the Best Fitting Suits and Over coats Put one on and see if our statement is not correct H J MROBERTS STANFORD I I h PARKERS Cteeod HAIR tnotlRct ti till IronttM t lara rnnrth xvsr ralla to ardor erq lUIr to 1U Youthful Color Cune rrainui inal UMBRELLAS Recorered and repaired and made almot for a amount I ti Rood at new tz your umbrella better than the rllmp repairer and for lest mousy Olre me trial FRANK ATKIM Stanford H F HILLENMEYER t SONS Blue Crass Nurseries Lexington Kr Oder far the Inn or ICiOn full stock of frlllt and ornamental tree Ernp vines iiinm smell fruits rhulslrb s etc Vo Ku employ no gems but sell direct to tht planter Catalogue on application McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky L Mmiufnctiinrsol Jtnns Ilnwys Flannel rIlilanketsho market Jlrll t4Atlllnctlon IIlInrulltHo Utili or for prices snd Agents Wnntwl HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE 1 hotel nrto sillIIIIIretynudllvery al 11111 iluelonvllie Cain u rl na hotel or uto rlIIItlCII for two fiimlllon ma and U will nrmnll ami Is In ROOt n Hilr Ilnihit hits 3 dtiills U notwater nt lain and hot huue old liy Jnnlut will rt nt It for ono yens hotel Is Innewly coveredHoiiM and Itarn InuhMl Hohoolillntrlct For jmrtlc utnr 14CAIIPtNrniLllustonvlllc Ky EXTENSION In order to iiitiko room for coming goods wo will enlarge our store nt once but wo want to move ono of our goods quick and will givo some sod bargains Latest style in rugs carpets anti furniture tall lull ice and undertakue Livery Millinery ing Pruitt BrothersMorelniHl Ky Do You Want a Home If fco wo can iirnlnh you onw nay klml ou want Wo duty fur Kiiln n uriat varlfty 01 fnrmlllwl1II1I1 Douses llUllllekD houses uul lU6liH propositions If You Want a Farm write UI what kind of n place you uro look Inl for wltlft size what luglruvonumt vhHrt located how wrllnentlnrorntnllon nvest and any other iVo have farms of all ilzis charactvr rind ricer and we are certain to Interest you If A istnl card will lrt all tho IIInrket ring you one of OKNTIIALKV prlnted UKAIj KHTATK CO It K YODNO PreslUent- n K- yawx4et 1 J Holiday Presents I WU ItO exhibited nice holiday Displays before hut none that oar pnro with the one we now ukou to intltcct WntcltCJ FineTcwelry SiI vet Novelties and Silver Tableware Iine llnndlaintcrl China Cut OIalll Etc Etc high Quality Goat nt Low Price COllie tllltl be convinced W H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY f tt r i PENNYS DRUG STORE THE OTHER DAY I got my feet wet The next morning had a bad cough I kept n bottle of Pennys White Pine and Tar On my desk nUll ivory time I felt like coughing I took u sip just enough to wet my throat and by night my cough was gone 25 Cents a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky a r i = CLOAKS Wn can surely please you iu tills department ns licio arc so 1II01lI108t0601eotfrom the Empire the 1nddock tho An 1w4to Colt Ion tight fitting I LtRAIN COATS Thif very practical and etylisli garment is morn popular thane over Wo now havo a larger nnd prettier lino than at any titan this season You liko others will he surprised at what T I pretty coats wo have at 81 810 81250 and 815 Misses rain coat1 at 8075 and STfiO STAxrottD Kv Nov 14 OOj JUST received n fresh supply of 1m ported Olivo Oil at 1cnnya Drugstore Nowl Its White Pine dnd Tar Sco our window Pennys Druj Store PERSONALS MilS W H SHANKS haa been Clulto sick Mn U L WAUNBn was at Kichmom Friday At it FRANK LEE is hero from Mid dlesboro Mu W IL WADULB of Pulaski WWI hero with stock yesterday Mn J T CONN of Somewet attended court here yesterday PnOK J W IRELAND spent Saturtlnj and Sunday with Danvillo friends K G DUATTON of tho Hubble sec lion has a fine new girl nt his home Mns W HIGGINS and Miss Ceo gin Lewis spent Saturday In Danville Must s ELIEN HALIX U and Bert Jean Penny went to Cincinnati Friday J MRS S W MUNEFEB of Danville l f was with Mr and Mrs John N Menc 1 fee MR SAM W UUIIKK Junction City clever liveryman is III with typhoid fe vcr vi MESSRS M J KAURIS and U G Ev- Ans of Dnnvllle attended court here yesterday MRS N J HORTON went to Millers burg yesterday to visit her son Rev B C Horton HON G A LACKEY returned Saturday from a protracted visit to his son e at St Ix uls- KAKLKS COPPKY of McKinney went up to tandon yesterday where ho will 4t open a restaurant MRS WIIXIAM WARREN and daughters of Boyle were guest of Judge It- t C Warren Saturday I D J ItlGSHY and family are back from Indiana BUll are again good citi zens of tho East End SHERIFF AND MRS SL S BAUOIIMAN spent a few days with Capt and Mrs I M Dunn In Gnrrnrd Mns U M BLACKEHIIY of Louis Jvllle spent a few days of last week with Mrs W M Bright I MR W J PRICK of Danville who was hero on legal business yesterday paid this office a pleasant call Miss UKTTU HICGINS of Crab Orch and was on Sundays train returning from a visit to friends at Parksvlllo Miss EUZAIIETII M CRKIGIITON our faithful and pretty Klngsvillo corre spondent Is with Miss Lena Reynolds MRS J W JAMES of Crab Orchard was on Sundays train returning from n visit to her sister and brother in Louis ville L M IIL1Y has returned from tho city where he and Mr John P Jones bought lots of dry goods for L M Huey Co MR J B Goocil has rented the El l kin property recently purchased by Mr I Dec P P TUB Nunnelley und will move to ItI i Young Martial Peoples Club I was most delightfully entertained by Mr nnd Mrs John S Baughman Fri day evening t l Sits C C PARRISII of Clifton Forge i p v Vn who was Miss Mildred Lewis of this place is visiting an old schoolmate I at Nicholasville MR S A GANN orders his I J flichange1 from Jamestown McKinney v where he will shortly move nnd take t charge ago of his farm bought some months Mu TIIEO POWKIL of Joppa Adair s 31icounty is hero mingling withold a friends who are glad to see him Wo 1nro glad to know that ho Is prospering In his new home JUDOK W C BELL returned from j Hnrrodsburg yesterday where ho had been sick since ho left court hero Thursday Ills handsome wife and lit r 42Q tie son camo up with him MR WILLIAM LONG and family havo d moved to their home on Logan Av r tenue Mr James I White and family now occupy tho residence on Seminary 11c1 lull recently vacated by E 0 Single tonNEws comes from Lancaster that an p iother son has arrived nt tho homo of 1Dr J B Klnnaird nt Lancaster mak The mother was Miss ring five boys Flceclo Cook who has n number of rel r atives In this county Miss CALLIE HORTON who helped us during rush of work for the last t month returned to her homo near Sunday Miss Horton holds the for tho fastest lady + typesetter In Kentucky t 1 I BUTCHKK knives sausage mills lar prossors nt Farris GUNS gun cases shells cleaning rods etc W N Craig pharmacist FRUITS of all kinds for cakes good eating apples etc T D Newland MY store Is withfiner nnel larger lino than ever W H Mueller TRY a load of our Blue Gem coal Makes no clinkers J H Baughmai Co o NKV linos of goods orrivlng at L M Buoy Cos this week Call and spect them I AM ready to slaughter your hogs Give mo a trial Will guarantee Balis faction J A Eetcs Stanford AN exchange nnd bazaar will be given by the ladies of tho Christian churn on Wednesday before Thanksgiving WALTER CAnsovhas been np pointed regular nnd William P Cnrso substitute rural carrier on route No 2 Hustonvlllo Mn J L JOHNSON of Kingsvlllc has our thanks for some of the deliciot apples ho brought back from Oregon with him- Smnipv BAUGHMAN Ismaking his lost round for taxes Better pay him before Dec or your property imgh be advertised 1-WANTED A reliable man to take charge of farm Single man prefers For information address J W Eu banks Hubble CIRCUIT COURT has done very little since our last issue no cases being tried Saturday or yesterday but it will buck to down to business In earnest today MR W A CARSON is now a sales man in Sam Robinson store which is crowded with new goods Call on him and see what bargains ho will give you BE sure and attend tho sale at Cral Orchard Saturday afternoon at 2 o clock of silver and plated table ware hand painted dishes etc See J B Gilkcrsons ad this issue WE are glad to publish church Herns meetings of societies and the like but wo Insist that such bo given us in abun dant time nnd not phoned a few minutes before the hour of going to press lOur forms arc locket up nt 7 oclocl Tuesday nnd Friday mornings NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS I or ono ot ny deputies will bo nt Crab Orchard on- Nov 18th ntO K Nov 21st Waynes burg 22nd Klngsvillo 23rd McKinney l2Ith Hustonvillo 2T th for tho purpose collecting taxes Penalty will be Nov 30 Will have road claims with ue M S Baughman S L C Tim tacky danco given at the lancing school Friday evening was nrgely attended nnd greatly enjoyed Ml of the participants were exceeding Iy tacky but Joo Lynn Coffey and Miss 5allio Taylor Woods took tho cake tor being tho tackiest James T Men fee and Miss Mary Mobloy got tho boob prize GEN GENTRY of Lexington went up to Dripping Springs Sunday to spend n tew weeks hunting Tho general lived In Lincoln county many years ago and vas a schoolmate of Mr Spears Fisher proprietor of the above springs He lived on tho farm now owned by Mr John B Foster and his father Mr Jo cph Gentry Is buried in tho family urging ground on tho place JONES Mrs G B Jones of Winchester died at the home of her mother Mrs Lucy Holtzclaw on DIx river md the remains were taken to her late homo for interment She was 25 years old and had been a sufferer for years 3ho Is survived by n husband her only child dying about two months ago Mrs Jones was a member of the Methodist lurch nnd n splendid Christian woman PROFS W C GRINSTEAD James Bo ling and James Wingatc of the Dan rillo Graded School came over Friday md tho former gentleman delivered an threshing and welltimed address to tho students of tho Stanford Graded School Prof J E Mannix of tho Lancaster Graded School could not till his engagement and Prof Ireland was greatly disappointed Tho trustees of our schools and a large number of pa wns heard Prof Grinsteads good 1- kda OUR READYMADE GAR- MENTSECTION The ever increasing demand for readymade wearing apparel for Indies hM forced IIH to enlarge this department AVo have now a very complete line of hulur made mitt cloaks rain coats skirts wnistH petticoats furs and childrens clunks Wo are showing the very newest styles from the very best makers We have been congratulated by those who have looked upon tho variety mid hearty of our goods and last but nut least the tea sonableness of the price SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY IILOCALS l A GOOD crowd attended court hero yesterday but business was not extm good LOT of pure bred black Langsba roosters for sale E II Bcazlcy Stanford RAKE up your leaves and notify Wee Smith who will haul them away tree of charge W P RODINSON tells us that ho got six pounds of butter from three galls of milk at one churning DONT forget the Columbus Bisho sale nt his lato residence near McCor mucks church next Saturday Nov 18 CALL and oneof greats lines of overcoats and suits ever on sale in the East End W E Perkins Crab Orchard l THE 20 shares of Hustonvllle Nation Bank stock sold by George D Weather ford at public auction hero yesterday bought 175 to 170 Tm Kentucky Growers Insuranc Co settled in full with Mr I Shelby Tovis whose home was destroyed by fire some time ngo LET the Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co help you sell your farm or buy one if you should in tho market for such I WILL have a display of fancy work at my homo the first week In Decem ber The ladies are invited to call am sec It Mrs C L Carter Stanford o FOR SALE House and 4J acres ol land one mile south of McKinney or MIddlcburg pike property of Mrs Lu cy Lewis For terms apply to J F Cash Turnersville Tim Kentucky State Journal Frankfort has a sixcolumn quarto press in good condition for sale very cheap Write at once to W P Walton Lex- Ington or Frankfort J M JOIINSON record keeper of the Maccabee lodge at Waynesburg has received check for 1000 the amount of insurance carried by Malan Gooch a member of that order Tim offthe Christian En deavor Society of the Christian church will give a social at the home of Mist Alvira VanArsdale Thursday night All tho younger peoplo of the church are Invited BIG BUNCH Mrs oodie S Jones proprietress of the restaurant received a bunch of bananas Saturday that weighed 200 pounds It was five feet two inches long and there were 375 bananas on It Mu W L MCCARTY Is making n pret tyhome out of the old residence on Pink Cottage farm which ho bought a year or so ago Until Its completion Mr und Mrs McCarty will make their home at Dr W B OBannons Our people lire glad to have the good family locate in our midstF- OLLOWINO is tho result of tho can vass of tho election returns made by tho commissioners Friday R L Hubble for Senator received 2010 votes and Hood Worthington his republican pponent1852 giving Mr Hubble a majority of 688 In the sheriffs race T J lull received 2049 votes against John N Mcnefeos 1427 giving lull a majority of 622 J M Alverson for Representative received 1958 votes against W B Bubbles 1459 giving the the former gentleman 499 majority W I Herrin for jailer got2075 votes and Peter Straub 1382 majority for Herrin C93 The following gentlemen had no opposition but they received a good vote R C Warren for judge 2000 votes G B Cooper for clerk 2018 W S Barch for attorney 1933 SV A Carson for assessor 1994 Garland Singleton for superintendent 390 J A Dudderars majority over A C Carman for magistrate in the Stanford district is 188 Smiths over 821DudderarsEnd 218 and Adams over Cook in Way icsburg 109 Dr W L Lowder of McKinney was elected surveyor and Dr C M Thompson of Kingsville oroncr In the race for mayor ofStan ford A B Florences majority is 3 and W A Tribblos for police judgp is tho jamo figure A W Carpenter prohibition nominee for State Senator got L4G votes For constitutional amendment to return to viva voce system of voting 859 against 471majority in favor of change 388 z i iNew line of belts and neckwear nt L M Huey Cos NOT n bit too early to make your selection now W H Mueller jeweler BRING your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best service Hie CRAIG and Hamilton Gooch both colored boys have died since our last issue LAP robes horse blankets blizzard storm fronts for buggies etc J C McClary THOSE owing me for threshing or tor goods are urgently requested to sett at once James N Cash YOUR attention iscalled to the advel tisement of LM Huey Co the new dry goods firm They will keep on hand at nil times the best goods the market afford A SOCIAL will be utthe home of Mrs Steele Bailey on Friday 17th between the hours of 1 and 5 P M Come and bring your lOc See your friends and help a good cause Candy extra IN the county court yesterday the wills of D M Creighton and Alfred Simpson were probated The following gentlemen were appointed supervisors by the county court John Bright Sidney Dunbar W P Grimes Joseph Coffey J T Brown This was the extent of the business transacted THOSE subscribers have received statement after statement from us may not be surprised to find their paper dis continued and the account In the hands of Attorney L R Hughes for collec lion This does not mean you if you havo never gotten a statement from this office However if you aro behind with your paper you might send along your dues and save us the trouble of writing to you There is a bitter fight on between the L N and Cumberland railroads over rights of way in Bell and Whitleycoun tiesClarence Coleman private secretary for M Taylor of Danville has resigned to take a position with Swift Co FOR RENT Illaek mlth shop tool housu and garden nt IIulble fur rent for year beglnlng Jim hq itl ood nilrmm tuna Ilin do well with It M HIHXINAMUHK rubble Ky For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated use ouulde of town limits on the Somerset pltce Route has rooms kitchen and ser rants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hjdrant In the yard and ono for stock J P BAILEY PUBLIC SALE I On Hntunliiy Soy IS I will offer nt nuc tlon the following One athorw power cen trt crunk Ilrownell engine steel tubular iKiller j have lately put In It up now nut1hemachinery Is In A condll Lou nlso the ntc iKsnry iiinclilnery for cutting spokes iiiul lathe nil new 4Slnrh French Ituhr Mill complete cow nmlcalfcoriishcllerhouse hold furniture etc mm other thing too numeruiiH to mention At II nt court house I will oiler for stile a lot of sliver and howl ware knives and forks Also n lot of dishes which will heed exhi hit Ion until dnyofstilcatlyue liro Drug lure 1IUllesareceixclnlly Will alto rent nl out Acres of lund for cash when xnsesslon Is given- J II UILKEIfMUNCrnhtprc- hnrlDar l Traylor DeALER IN tfiiisKn Brando Wines Beer Gluars Etc loin toe Depot STANFORD KY Piorajiunl touts attention Nothing tot the rts a drink Mall phone cr tiltctiph orders recihre iwnputuntlon FURS This seasons furs era the best and prettiest we have ever shown AH shapes and furs at 8150 to 810 Nev Silk Waistu in Black Solid and Changeable at 84 to 80 CHILDRENS CLOAKS We carry nil kinds and sizes from the infants to girls 10 years of agcj Wo call especialattention to tho bear skin cloaks and tho real small cloaks for girls 8 to 14 years old II Honest Mike Boots safg High Top Shoes 82 to si- Dependable Foot wear Cummins cC McGlnry Stanford Our Offer To The Public The stock of Dry Goods that we bought of Mr John P Jones is one of the cleanest and most uptodate stock of goods to be found anywhere And after filling in with a few Staple and Fancy Articles which were need ed we feel safe in saying that we are offering as t Nice a Stock of Dry Goods and Notions as Can Be FoundI- n connection with this we have a full line of 5 find lOc Goods a Which will be tolyour advantage to inspect Also a small stock of Shoes which we will close out at Cost We respectfully solicit your patronage and guarantee our goods to be ex actly as represented L M HUBY CO u Yr4c r The Interior Journal Enleredin the tOffict at Stanford at ttcondctati matter PU11LTRIfI n TUESUS AND vnln H AT 100 PER YEAR CASH Hf Whrn w t no paid 200 will be charged INSURANCE Fire Lightning 1Viud nnd Accident None till HTltOifOKHT fttid BKHTOompunli lle rosi js slblo IlntfS d Loss lalnGlI teo ordUiiuiunltal Tiillt with MAHONY Stanford KentuckyIl- Mldence Phone No 81 The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Kv Wm SHOOABS ProprUtsr electric Ughtt In every room Refurnished and under entire New Man gem NEW LIVERY STABLE B1JSSB 1 CLAlU SON Ircri JUNCTION CITY JKY- FlntOlau Turnouts at Reasonable Rat Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Uay For Sale Jesse W Sweeney PROrBlBTOB Livory Food and Scvlo Lancaster Ky Horses wellcd and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates weeJ H BOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good LWery DepotSteeteaAlaoDeaeree1 Call on tie on Goal E D Peyton DEALEU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford = BD CARTER Successor to Bruce k Oartert Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STAXronn KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting cubing or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Kelchenbuch Bros Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruonlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Ilaumann Alfred Simpson George Holme Miss Mattie II Hewes K Kelcbonbach Charles Uumutn Jos llallou A O Dunn S M Holmes W KAtnlm W H Daujberty M J IlotTmiD M D Flmore Peter W garter J Nerln Carter J E Bruce v V Sbomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn John II Oamenlach fiiiraTriwbrldge A D Hoot Charles Enssltn Frank Cordlur Mrs W O Welch Peter Balmer SJcobDavid Stephens Mary Hoffmann L P Nuuneiley J W IlaughniaD Cbrlstena Orajscn First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital StocK 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Dank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized as tbe National Bank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganized as tbe First National nark of Stanford in 1882 having bad practically an uninterrupted existence for U pears It I better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited J B Pazton J B OwiUy H Shanks IT O Walker Ho W Garter l B Foster L 0 Oooch 1711 Oummlni vp BrightR W H Shank A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mcltoberta Drug Store in the Owslcy Building Give Me Your Ordert I Can Please You Shy hay rontlytnnilp rlntlilnu wln n there 1110 little illlTerrnoo In the prlceuf high ttnule ren Iyinnilc sulh iind n cult mode to incnsuroiniiit taken by nil nxfivrltMicnl taller I ImviMi ImmUomo II Ill 01 Bull n Winter BotMW run nmki front n low prlri liiijliiisisiilt to till finest dross milt AlM OT rcoati trousers anti fancy teats TIlt conipiiny r IInt Hour of the lient- H C RUPLEY thn Tailor CURE5 DINERVOUS DEBILITY admlrns men o are rtrot to phyueI rlltalDelTO lorr ma or emhltleh n sneytaetlme tie true hype of perfect rJrt afenyNerveilerilopmentMKlniklir wonululnjc NervesCuresntti Pr ottrtlon aterpleltnae and other rraubhd5 to over work anMtklntrdrutf liabit and other ruhL1kInrDienDybltandtrpatntNatrralitnall rrlevflmoboi eurr with a antrotntnWIfnot ciirw or1mlltd- PrrCR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO US ma SALE AT PENNYS DRUG STODrI JLBeazleyCo 0II UndertaKers and lUba1mt ere Also Dealers in Fur niture Mattings Rugs They will exchange Furniture forrall Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Righty STANFORD KENTUCKY e 1tCeSTg I Undertaker Embalmcr and Dealer in HarnessSaddIery c a KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 llama IlionoSS Officers J HOOKER Press 8 T HARRIS V Pre J J MCKOBKUTB Chew t H WRAKRNAist Ohn Directors F Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J S Shocker Stanford K L Tanner McKInney M D Elmore Stanford n Baughman Stanford T P Stanford Robinson Hubble J II Ilaugbman Stanford J M Pettu Stanford O E Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK l CAPITAL STOCK BOOOO r IDirectors Successors to The Farmer Bank A Trust Company and under same contlnuouilyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneflclal HipI Officers n SHANKS President J B Paxton Vice President W M BRIOHT WI 0 Aiit OiblirA u r1 FARMERS DEPARTMENT W E Amon has bought a lot of corn at 2 delivered Secondhand horse power for sale- M S Baughman J M Rankin sold to E P Woods 25 150pound hogs at lie Dan Patch paced a mile in 158 with out a windshield at Memphis Few pure red Berkshire boars for sale S T Harris Stanford L A Farris sold to Elam Simpson a threeyearold marc for 100 Secondhand twohorse power for salo cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford Tho condition of cotton for tho entire crop of 1905 is officially given as GSS Total corn yield in United States preliminary estimate 2707093000 bushels John Webb of Perryville has bought 500200pound hogs recently at 4c to 190 FOR SALE Three sugar mules four cotton mules and live nice horses S M Owens McKinney Ky A dark red muly heifer came to my place 10 days ago Owner can get her kccprjA dark brown horse mule qoltloft my several days ago Rowan for his return or information loading to his recovery J B Satin Stanford a William Sprinkles bought in Jessa mine county of W It Cobb an eight yearold jack by Caldwclls old Giant for 800 He will stand htm noxt Spring toJohnIsorrel geldings that won mnny prem iums at tho Kentucky fairs The price received was 3750 S T Harris had on exhibition here yesterday two of tho best twoyearold mare mules seen in a long time They are by his great jack Billy Keene He refused a handsome offer for them ESTKAY A sow came to my place Aug 23 She weighed 125 pounds but now weighs about 300 Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep J G Riddle Crab Orchard COURT DAYThere were about 200 cattle at h M Braces pens yesterday a good many of them sold Prices ranged from 2 to 3Jc The mule market was good and there was a steady de for good horses Gen John B Castleman has resigned as president and director qf the Louis ule Horse Show Association lIe has been succeeded by W J Hogan who was vice president It is probable that Mr Hogan will be permanently elected- to the position S M Owens sold to James Woods three yearling mules for 215 and to W B Burton a pair of twoyearolds for Sam Moores sale In Boyle 65 cat tle of different sizes and ages brought from 17 to 4512 horses 50 to 135 and seven acres of sheaf oats 215 per hundred machine bound bundles Two thousand seven hundred bales of hay was knocked down at 50c per hundred G Be Burhans Testifies Aftor Four Years O II Hurlicns of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago I Wrote you stating that I had been entirely ctiroil of u severe klilnoy trou btu by taking loss than two bottles o loleys Ktdnoy Cure It entirt1 stopped thq brIcK lust sodlmont nud pnln and symptoms of Kidney illsoaso disappeared I bin gina tosay that I havo novor hlllia return of any u those symptoms during tho four years that have chipset and I am evidently cured to stay cured and heartily ittommond Foleys Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Pennys Drugstore Columbia Goal Clothes fur young mOil tiro clothes that will appeal to liscriminatlmr dressers who npprcci ute perfect tailoring and accurate fit tingW E PERKINS Crab OrclmnI Ky George D Hopper Successor to J K VaiiArsdnlc Dealer in Hardware Groceries Queehsware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds ask a portion of the patronage the of Stanford anilJJJncoln county promising the licst goods at the must rcnoonablo price George D Hopper Stanford Ky GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY Are Extensive Dealers and Manufacturers of Doors Windows Blinds Sash Rough and Dressed Lumber Lime Ce mentPortland and Acme Washington Red Cedar Shingles WRITE THEM FOR PRICES The Pennsylvania Lines Will have Very Low One 1Ylly Hates to points in California Oregon iVnahington tic and interline diate points every day from Sept 15 to Oct ill Full in formation can ho obtained at City Ticket Office Fourth Walnut Sts Station Pearl and Hutlur Streets Cincinnati 0 Abbotts office Coy iugton Kyor write Geo W Weedon AsG P A Cincinnati Ohio W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD Sells Kurfees Ready Mixed Pili Ills Everv gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Vull Papcr White Lead and Linseed Oil Also Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer f t Ft yv i Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford KyNo 8mellfum 37 cni tilln from bUn fool Hoiuol fourgowl rvumi bt porch and Terinila Good Lain and other butMlnp rtiwlr Cal lndx 6d1ss wl fcnoxl 10 acre In cultlMllon acre In fruit urea teat gnasa- Ilou htatemmluIoersebt bargain andean lioUIt Uriiiln Clow la school and church Price 813 ivracrt Lend adjoining old for IM and JIV Thllubargdb- No 66J82Oaernofcoalaud11mIrrlmJ Inca rJln Perry count Kyon Urges Vino Crtvka ricerfofymile of add pmprrijr he timber conilitt ot oat etc Till jvrlvct Will Mil or thlUe on ray terms No lIIJA nice two rlory right room Into InkltebnfIyroathTnerty It In gaud repair mud cu Ix bouqbl for JJJW No 43Kanu 87S cr Unrein county Two notySoomttunreekienn 3 tenant houtc barn NIIIII OYlr 104 brad ol dock mod illottruecfMarr oullralkllnp alt In g lrtnlr CloM to church kcnojl iwitoffloc rallruad and la good Dtlgliborhaod 400 lens In cultlrailon rwl gnu mud Umber etc Tkl to an dlcunotr umltonvenlmcveeeplace- osleasto Sven II utter rrlDIl Ste Iriroreuaonable SlHMIfMlK7llomlaerralnputurebaiantrintlmW Dwitl InfooatalDaMfinrMm Larrt bun and dlee ilirndidNu 5Sl8acreeof landln runt Muntr Kai tli title Iron nllroajaBd mlefroM Ailana deer Sennl af Una li river bourn Ii ent tduttaodmbdingrue Tkletaud II Sec or aaesege UncolnraaatyThreetxilUlpgreh hews barn rlA about the water of meta All on vanity rod H uem teem diirab acbool and pot lam eU med wlwatrnd This l a reel i Men farm ant would m lb m tur e Mltt that mittut wan some from tnm wkbiurhnd 1s see rohaW TwoHurt rmMiIwrlllMvl l rooml two baua r ra 4a lc IIi aidw and all olbrr nrmiart OHiUilldlBd Abw tarts Mwkmlih bI MIlO aniltkrd lull Imjih of Hop and feet whie This prelenyvtll b soldat a ury low rllINo am ur toM on brit Ilk In tilt ctuuiT writ watrrnl dwtlllpg fronts plkt all ncarvou-tbuildings A ipUndld Wue gran firm aud only 20 mlnutcidrlT front county uat Ovntr of fin taru adjoining Ibla bu rrootly rtfuirU ft r acre od rtbltalttMNo Mnity acre ear Tlraunt Pole Ky Frame rooms mad pant lUrn Stud olbr outbuilding tarncln culttritlon rttt In lim Let Well wataitd yard from polumnschool anil church lari wllonplk and In good runt uunlty Iric650- No13 23oarafarm Jj mile of Crab Orchard Ky Urick dwlllog nwnit two tenant bouts two bun well und spring ueerdwdnnt tono la high atats of culllfailou arm drat Imttor laud good freeing trull Me Irlr 1761 an am NotAnkfarmat IllthUnJ rltMpruv eJ watt walertd etc Brou t m nei ol Union J Jimlawn rod south t DunnvHl zoo acm in cultivation ttwi timber an j realty geese erg new fran dweltl Ine also an oU A iww barn and two oU ones Itwetlwdered and the fencing It On puNk toil Prtce hIMntlstlppThenOrrortuntllll for rrofttiM tevenment IS the Atrtjlj hkh U now hay deirrlbeda Imt relit VIIIy The thabef li becMntae nonvahi able all tlmt for thtrtaMin tlui lumber peopl from the North wherein aurrlyof Umber Is last JlmlnHhlne Ire constantly Increasing their pur chaste of ester nJlln the South then the tin bar removed tbe land It une ualej fur agricultu eel purpose It wad produce a toile of cotton la the aceor will grow may other kind ofcrup ialtJ In the temperate lone The toll neds no frrtlMrtri and civet a yield tthkhcannot ti eicellrJ tarn are low he title Is reCInJ the man who buya Dent farm and timber Ian4t at present prices It making an In vettnent that he will never regret Thlt land di vided Into tractt ttnglne from 40 apes to the tract t Oaenlo the trart and ptketfromM per acre la f16 per act according to Vxailofi etc We are authorited by the company who owns Ihete lands to ttate that at other panics are considering the ChaW of these lands that we own these trash tub jecttoprlorule withdrawal item naiket or chantS n pcke notke However whew notified they will hold any tract out of market King enough for the purchaser to make an Invetllgatlon About 11000 acres of this land hit ten sold by the torn- penyslnawsr received Uilt option Ior fuithtrpar Icutata call lour office No MA farm of IOJ acrra In county Xy floe and onehalf lory dwelling wills tit rooms good barn other ontbulldlngt lusty acres In culllTailon 41 arrrc In timber fruit 1He etc Lay well on county road eta to cburchre Khouletc IVlcoonly WW ouatyICytOdnte In errry and Ro log with Improvements and 20 acre of tine land oliKO to Southern railroad IrkelV U MX acre of land near Crab Orchard cbcap No Four ami of UnJ ami snbtonestory e ilx roust fraiii ilwilllD In y vat work In kitchen mud that room elm ismmad all nnvwary outbuildings Bate well fenced sod la RiwJ repair lluuwai n roll tHO and Is ctiuiiwratltelr n wnJ vtomr aik 1760 tor ths whole prolny t o6 Farm terrain Casey county Two story tram drlilnr to barns and other tobaccolandNo 47 VannofllemcnIn Casey county A olddecilloginlairbuilding UII county rod ipttndld tobacco land well watered twft wrllt iprlug tiC This lmdastable homn 1rtco f 711burl1plllncand tHilMinn In Rood repair 1roducilTo limm none land In tOO tieirhtiorhooil else to boot tmiNol33e grodrellar and hlltlDIfudnow to town Wllltnltatmalllauilly No 4TwotUirylraudwtlllng room hall sad load garden ftocla ami been good rn I- rFirwrof160sremaliuth1pearppNo NI vlllr Ky acre tinfctcuit hiwelllm1teorper13eIr school 1l lao an p K depot Property lite on tarnsterrftitNond sntltwImpin tMsnEhufnfile I nUll mog prlDg lifeIStu Kaymnd wl wsterat Will sell tbll plunlarva a7JtwoetoryUnlduhoollitre 1KO0all olandtelalrINe0fNo oTo arrr of land two stony front tOt goalgnlnsodllendtdorehardol troal two etaulr WirY bout ttuoko bout etc 1 a osthenrti lower wkltblt a grail 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JucdlonCltymtlii tereo Betdi l n geese a Dice orvhudaodoecoflblist gappe bill In rotiKkr Party told two ivuadt cf goal13e t rtCram dwelling root UrnrrtU rlt aliagwd reluir Irlr fMM No S4SIi mere ol unlmprore land In Iron county Mo IHmllct from Sabina Slalttn oa Iron teal San n aubartefor prolwttJInUseiuwsly The Gibraltcr of Rockcastte County Financial Institutions 4 CITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Offers to the People n Safe and Conservative Bunking System Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your business and we guarantee n pleasant and profitable relation PitY a per cent interest on nil deposits of 8100 or more when left in tho baud and not checked upon for a period of six months eJ W HUTCHESON Cashier oI WINDOW GLASS v AT WILL N CRAIGSe Druggist and Optician Regular Sizes Kept In Stock Odd Sizes Cut V f toOrderV f L