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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 24 1905 NO 73I A Few Words To You Wo cordially inVJto the people of Llnqftlii comity and Stanford 16 visit our toro Never before linva wo liiiil so many of the thoroughly urlutic things Our store room has been materwlly enlarged nntl our stock of g0U especially suitable for holiday gifts linS been doubled We are reput ed to botho biggeat dealers of the kind in Central Kentucky and it Iour purpcwo to supply tIle pcopfe of Boyle nnd ndjoining couiitiut with a class of goods tlmt can not lie elsewhere gotten outMdo the largo cilice nnd on ac count of our cinnprtrativoly email expenses wo can and will nave you money fJon highdaw jewelry and liovoltiu Our optical department has boon improved mid bettor equipped and pa I tients Hulfering from eyo defect nro especially invited to visit this branch of our bilsinos HUGH MURRAY Danville Kentucky HIGHLAND Mrs A 1 Young has been sick for some time Some of our antlers have butchered their hops already Rev Kbright fllled his appointment at thU place Sunday Mw C M Young who accompanied her husband to Klngsvillo last Satur day was tnken while there and was not able to cgme homo for so vend day Etbort and John Young attended the funeral of Luther Thompson at Ku bank Thompson was killed while oupling carl at Bowen Saturday night Uuuoll Haugh has pneumonia Mrs Mont Young ia vUIttnB her daughter MM Walta at Klngsvlllo Wm Grif fin of O K to visiting W G Acton Since our milt report our neighbor hav had quit a moving spoil Char ley Vanhook movctl to Kingsvillo and F J Conn who had mid jwrt of his farm to Burton Spires moved to the house vacated by Vunhook J It Car rier moved last week to Eubanks and II H Walls took poMOMlon of tlio houao vacated by Carrier II P Hor ton hns moved to tho Walls houso und II 8 Cook to the Morton plato Mans Unroasonablonoss in ofun as jftvav as womans Hut f Too H Amtln Mgr of Uio He publican If Loavumvortu Ind waft not upn usoBBkk when lie refused to allow tho doctors to operate on Ills wlfr ft fomubi troublo Instoail hosayi WI eonoludwl to try Ulegtrlo HittviN My wHo was then so nick sin rouid hotiilv Itavo hor bell anil flvelilplivskloiH hall fulled to re lien IUT Af or taking Klootrlc Hit tors Hlu win perfectly ouitd antI can now prfurm nil hor household dIlLle811 lIaruntllI hy O I Penny Stun ford Lyiw Hro Crab Orchard IrUe WJe MATRIMONIAL MUs Annie Hitchcock daughtdr of Secretary Hitchcock was married in A Washington to Lieut Commander W S Sims of the navy A pleasant shock but not a surprise was given out yesterday afternoon about five oclock when it was learned that Mr Milton Durham and Miss Minerva Cobb both of this city had oloped to Huntsvillc Tenn where they had just been married by a justice of tho peace Tho wedding was not a sur prise to the friends of the young couple as It was generally known they wcro sweethearts The groom is a nephew of Mrs Jennie Dillehay and is a pop ular young gentleman Ills bride is tho daughter of Mr and Mrs Kichanl Cobb Jr and is u handsome young woman They will make their home In Danville for tho present Advocate No Poison in Chamberlains Cough Remedy From Napier Now Xealauil Herald Two years ago the Pharmacy Hoard of New South Wales Australia hall an analysis matlo of all the couth medicines that were Hold In that market Out of the entire list they found only one that they declared was entirely free from all poisons This exception was Chamberlains Cough Remedy made by tho Chamberlain Medicine Company Dos Molns Iowa U 8 A Tho absence of all narcotics ofmakes this remedy tho safest and best that can be had and It Is with a feeling of security that any mother can give It to her little ones Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is especially recom mended by Us makers fur coughs colds croup and whooping cough When taken In time it pievents pneu monia This remedy Is for sale by t all druggists NEWS NOTES Tho Standard Oil Company has ad vanced the price of Itagland crude oil five cents a barrel The troops that have been on guard at the mines at Whitwell Tcnn have been ordered homo Four men were blown to pieces by an explosion in a smokeless powder factory at 1nrlin N J The Southern Hallway now purposes to establish in Ix uisvllle tho offices of the Tennessee Control purchased by it ItocauRc of his plucky work on the gridiron Harvard froshmrn are talking of Theodora Roosevelt Jr as a class officer FIro which destroyed Ole city hall and several other buildings nt Shrove port La caused losses aggregating 100000 Miss Maud Kecse of Chicago was shot and killed bn burglar whom she found in her room when aho returned from work Three Americans accused of mur dering two men In Chlhuuhun Mex 8enItencedSixty rifles were soiled by the police in a raid on a house near San Juan do Martinez Cuba A dozen alleged revolutionists wore captured Smallpox has broken out at Pincvllle nnd five cases are reported Tho pub lie school has closed and a number of people nro being vaccinated L P Morgan president of a lumber company and vice president of a bank in Mor head Ky is missing and war rants have been Issued for his arrest A stock company has been formed In St Ixmte to operate a circuit of parks The cities Interested being named as Louisville Kansas City St Louis nnd Memphis St1loulsfendant and the attorney of tho Hialto Grain and Securities Company was of fered in evidence Tho State of New Jersey has 3 000000 in her treasury and is out of debt She made it granting articles of incorporation trusts that have bust the rest of the country At Hnrrodsburg Abraham Donny colored n barber by trade who runs the aristocratic shop of the town shot and instantly killed II W Scott better known as the Red Fox Monday after noon The Commissioners of the Feeble Minded Institute at Frankfort in their annual report ask for an appropria tion for tho enlargement of that in stitution It hns laG Inmates and Is badly crowded The new battleship Virginia in her screw standardizing tests nt Rockland Mo made one dash over the measured milo nt the speed of 1074 knots an hour a new American mile record of ships of her class State Superintendent James H Fuqua in his report to the General As sembly will urge establishing a nor mol school at Frankfort It has been suggested that tho old Capitol build ings bo used for this purpose The indications arc that n majority of tho Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce now considering the rail WilY rate question in Washington will favor a measure giving moro power to the Interstate Commerce Commis sion The courtmartial proceedings in the trial of Midshipman Minor Meriwether Jr on charges connected with the death of Midshipman James R Branch with whom he engaged In a flat fight has begun at the Naval Adademy at An napolis d KIDDS STORE Col W D StuJfg find wife of Liber ty were hero looking over their farm and renewing acquaintance with their kinsfolk A malignant epidemic is going the rounds amongst the swine of this vicin ity and many louses are reported Of course one of tho many ailments called cholera The few hunters In evidence declare unusual scarcity of quail A wise or nithologist emphasizes the great value of quail to farmers in destruction of in sects nnd consumption of weed seed and recommends their protection as if do mestic owls The landslide has subsided and a nor mal state of affairs again prevails A cynical citizen after reading your fra nernol explanation of John Henry Thomas defeat added that u little more time for reviewing Latin and French grammar was n consideration possibly It is current hero that when Judge Haines heard returns from North Lib erty ho scented a Waterloo and like Cox of Ohio declared himself out of politics Another story is that disgusted with party spite and jealousy he has renounced republicanism and aligned with the democrats Miss Rose McCormack visited her na the neighborhood Sunday She Is one of the most lovable products of her favored community Ed and Joseph Young of Cumberland county passed through town Saturday with nearly 100 good mountain cattle headed for a blue grass court day market At a protracted meeting at Fryes creek church a disorderly party when reproved by n venerable member pro duced a gun and flourished menacing ly which provoked party to thrust a knife into the obstrcpeJors individual with dangerous if not fatal effect An bustjheadJudge 7 Elias Kidd who owns tho best bluegrow farm in Casey is quoted as having refused 75 per aero for it When not n member of the board of su pervisors the judge has faithfully goneI before it nnd instated on higher tion of neighboring farms but has nev er succeeded in getting his lands assess ed nt moro than half his cosh valuation John Allen has scriptural assurance of prime favoritism with tho Lord in tho multitude of his afflictions like Job of renown The lost visitation was on his cattle four choice light feeders dying of Paris green poisoning A new tenant in cleaning house dumped a quantity of the poison over the yard fence with other rubbish and the mys tel is but half a dozen of tho herd were poisoned A faithful physician nursed two of the victims beyond tho danger line It is doubtful if tho oldost citizen without reference to a memorandum can toll In what year Fryos crock road had an overseer and was given a hasty and flying inspection by a few of the hands assigned to its service If there is n more execrable thoroughfare of equal length in tho United States the Argonauts will recall some especial Rocky Mountain trail as a fit compari son Mayor Mason Poppluwell long exempt from road service by virtue of patriarchal vcnerability in supreme disgust with local indifference has as sumed supervision nnd begun repairs with a vigor nnd thoroughness which assure him remembrance in tho prayers of all hitherto exasperated travelers and a niche in tho gallery of patriotic publicspirited celebrities All praise to tho grand old mayor whose philan thropy subordinates tho ease old age has earned John Henry Pembcrton declined an anesthetic nnd submitted to the remov al of a bullet which hud grazed his heart with the stoicism of a martyr It will be remembered that Mr Isdwelling was lately invaded nt night by a brnce of ordinarily civil young men frenzied by mean whisky who proceed ed to extremes of Indecency and brutal ity repressing the young husband and brotherinlaw for a while with a pistol When Johns inning camo ho dealt a blow with an ax disabling each of the assailants and the surgeon who attend ed the two declared that each escaped instant death by a hairs breadth That the fugitives could bo transported with in 24 hours and live appears impossi ble If Adam Carpenter had canvassed tho district with eloquent recital of that horrible incident right in the center of tho field Took would now bo imitating Hearst in his efforts for a recount in stead of reveling in honor of a decisive majority I Thank The Lord cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock AIklifoI the relief I got from Buck lens Arnica Sivlvo It cured my fear ful running sores which nothing else would heal and from which I had suffered for 5 years It Li a marve lous healer forcuts burns and wounds Guaranteed at G L Pennys Stan ord Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 25c c1iJ J1rL CRAB ORCHARD Lyne Bros druggists have received a large stock of beautiful Christmas goods They will be on sale Dec 1st Rev 0 M Huey preached his fare well sermon nt the Baptist church Sun day night much to the regret of his many friends here A largo crowd attended the sale of James Gilkenton Saturday afternoon and good prices were realized on the handsome silverware etc Mr Sam Reynolds was auctioneer Mr E 0 Singleton and family have gone to Oklahoma to reside Mrs M P Morgan nnd children of McKinney spent Saturday nnd Sunday with her mother Mrs Gormley When ordering your magazines for Christmas presents do not forget to leave your orders with Miss Hcttio Hal ris Get your best girl the Dplineator Ladies Homo Journal or any lending periodical Mrs Eliza Sinclair of Now Orleans who spent the summer with Mrs Cur tis Cover returned home this week Mrs Lida Estes nnd children left for their homo nt McKinney Monday Luth er A Smith wife and little son will leave soon to make their homo in Ash land Misses Annie Bronaugh and Fannie Redd nnd Messrs Reuben Bro naugh and Maurice Perkins attended the hop at Stanford Friday evening Mrs Charles Speiglc of Shelbyville Ind has returned home from n visit to her parents Dr nnd Mrs Doorcs Mrs J G Carpenter was up from Stanford to attend the Gllkerson sale A SUGGESTION To The People Of Stanford The articles appearing In some of our leading publications have created a good of discussion inStanford in regard to advertised medicines their reliability and power to cure and as local drug gists we Pennys Drug Store want to say to the people of Stanford that we believe one of the most reliable medi cines that we have known in our drug experience extending over a long pe riod is Vinol the cod liver preparation made without 011 Vinol is nut n patent medicine every thing In it is printed on tho back label Of every bottle find It actually does contain in a highly concentrated form nil of the medicinal curative elements of cod liver oil taken from fresh coda livers and without a drop of the sys temclogging oil to upset the stomach nnd retard its work and this is why it is fast superseding oldfashioned cod liv er oil and emulsions Inasmuch as Vinol is therefore the latest scientific improvement of an old and standard remedy it is tho greatest strength creator in the world for old people weak sickly women and child ren nursing mothers and after a se vere sickness It cures hacking coughs chronic colds nnd all pulmonary trou bles Wo positively guarantee to re turn money if it fails Pennys Drug Store HOW IT HAPPENED She Observation He Fascination Result Flirtation Result Conversation He Demonstration ShoAgitation Rqsult Exclamation Ho Declaration She Acceptation Result Osculation Preparation Combination Result Now relation Mrs Crawford Now that the honey moon is over I suppose you find your husband has grown economical with his kisses Mrs Crabshaw Ho has reached a worse stage than that my dear He has grown economical with his money Herb W Edwards Injured Herb W Edwards of DCS Moines Iowa got a tall on an icy walk last winter spraining his wrist and bruis ing his knees The next duIt he says they were so sore and stiff 1 was afraid I would have to stay In bed but I ritbbod them well with Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications all soreness had disappeared I feel that this bottle of Pain Balm saved mo several days time to say nothing of the suffering This liniment Is for salo by all drug gists 1 cant see how young Spuddlekins has ever managed to win the success ho had in business He has a very weak chin nut you ought to see his fatherin laws iron jaw In a fight on the rooms of tho Paul Kelly Association in Great Jones street New York on man was killed and sev eral others wounded u 1 t J r LLi Christmas Opening Fri day Dec 1st 1010IWhen we will ho display the largest best selected and most priced lino of presentation articles over shown is one house in Central Ken tuck Thousands of dollars worth of Silverware CutGlass China Brie nBrac Toilet Ware and Imported Novelties every piece bought direct from makers in France Germany Japan nnd U S10u ore invited to come early nUll often But this is not nil we have to sell nnd wo call your atten lion below to some of the greatest offer ever made viz Great 1000 Sale Tailored Suits Beginning WEDNESDAY NOV 22 we will offer on Special Sale about 75 strictly highgrndcMnntailorcd Suits nt 810 for choioe Most of the lot are entirely new nnd are worth 815 to 818 while there nro some very handsome suits that were carried over hut which are strictly in Vogue now These arc made of the finoaf Broadcloths mill Cheviots and were 825 gJO 835 and 840 Every color is represented Greys Blacks Navy Greon Brown and Mix ture nmdo in dressy Eton halffitted street suits short fitted suits nnd long coat suits nil at 810 choice This ia the greatest oflqring over made in Central Kentucky in really de sirable tmrlH Dont let tho chance slip you ns the quantity is liut great and the price is vorv small N B None of those Suits will bo sent out on approval or taken hack nflor being sold Girls and Misses Suits 55 js ollUlIl Chilslrell Coat Suits nncl Sailor Suits in sizes 8 call to 16 years ill Green Navy Wine and Fancies These were sold at 8750 to 812 nnd are strictly new this season Shirt Waists Wu are oilbring great values in Waists not only low prices but unusually attractive styles and perfect fitting waists Beautiful black silk waists nt 64 and Sti Ilnid silk waist nt 85 Allovor lace waists at 85 SO and up to 816 Mercerized III Linen waists embroidered from 8125 to 8275 Silk Petticoats Black silk petticoats made from 81 yard guaranteed to wear Taffeta at 84 nUll 8iF equal to any nt 86 Fine Furs Do not delay your purchase of furs too long They are selling rapidly at tho low prices we are making We guarantee you a big saving on any pieco yon buy from us no matter what quality While we have nil kinds of cheap furs as low ns 75c and very fine ones too wo cal special attention to our lino of Genuine furs such us Minks Poxes Kt in staple and fancy shapes at from 85 to 810 Wo know we are cheap Come ami see them anyway DANVILLE KY 3 L ili g The Interior JournalJ E C WALTON BECAUSE of the visit of several preacheas to his sick bedside it was re ported that the heathen editor C C Moore had recanted his infidel theories and wanted to join the church he has wronged Ho has now ordered that no minister be admitted into his presence hereafter Editor Moore who used to be a preacher himself is evidently nerving himself to die as ho has lived an uncompromising unrepcntcnt infidel and blasphemer TilE Independept voter is pretty numerous and he shows that he has surmounted the difficulties thrown in his way the official ballot The election of BemIn Pennsylvania Jerome in New York City Moran in Boston and Pattison as governor of Ohio although all the republican candidates except Herrick got majorities of from 27000 1to 39000 proves that he knows how to mark a ballot W B HALDEMAN editor of the Louisville Times has decided finally to enter the race for United States Senator from Kentucky Mr Haldeman makes the race a threecornered one and there seems to be a warm time in store for all of them this winter at Frankfort A LOUISVILLE couple gave a swell dinner in honor of their dogs 18th birthday If they had had some chilhren as they should have had they wouldnt have had to make such noodles of themselves A MOUSE in a womans bonnet broke up a revival at Marion 0 The devil himself could not have created as much consternation among the fair sex as the little rodent A MOUSE in a womans bonnet broke up a revival at Marion 0 The devil himself could not have created as much consternation amongthe fair sex as the little rodent POLITICAL President Roosevelt has sent a message of congratulation to King Haa kon VII the new ruler of Norway Circuit Judge A S Berry held as void an ordinance of Newport giving preference to union labor in all city contractsThe contesting the election of Democrats to offices in Louisville was filed by the attorney for the Fusionists yesterdayThe York grand jury has indicted a man who attempted as a joke to vote illegally under the name of John RockefellerThe State Journal published at Frankfort by W P Walton is decidedly the best paper the capital city has ever hadDanville News Representativeelect Munnell Wilson has agreed for 300 to walk all the way from Madisonville to Frankfort for the Legislatures opening Gov Folk has removed Police Com missioner Andrew F Blong of St Louis and has named George P Jones as his successor Blong is expected to resist the order of removal in the courtsWe would like to see Judge Saufley of Stanford enter the Senatorial race and win it We need men of such high character and preeminent ability to represent us at the national capital Danville News The Kentucky State Conference of Charities and Corrections which is in session at Owensboro will ask the Legislature to establish juvenile courts reformatory for women and other remedial legislation Senator Thomas C Platt was the chief witness before the legislative in vestigation committee in New York He testified that he had collected money for the Republican State cam paign fund from the three big insur ance companies for a period of about 15 years Among the United States Senators who failed to carry their home towns at the last election were Foraker and Dick of Ohio Penrose of Pennsylva nia Gorman of Maryland and Smoot of Utah Pretty soon we will have to print Among the United States Sen ators who failed of reelection was Sen ator Blackburn who while he lived he lived in clover and when he died he died all over- President Roosevelt announced the following appointments for Kentucky to be effective at the expiration of the terms of the incumbents William G Dearing of Flemingsburg to be Sur veyor of the Port of Louisville vice C M Barnett George W Long of Leitchfield to be United States Mar KenIfMarshal for the Eastern district Reuben D Hill to be United States Attorney for the Western district James H Tinsley to be United States Attorney for the Eastern district Internal Revenue CollectorsGeorge W Lieberth at Covington Edward T Franks at Owensboro Samuel J Roberts at Lexington and J A Craft at Louisville will be continued in office Bobbitt On Eloquence And Beauty STANFORD Nov 22nd This is the third week of my delightful attendance on circuit court I would not be very reluctant to establish an office in this great town If I did not live at Crab Orchard I would live at Stanford If I were not Alexander the Great would- be Diogoncsc I have had more civil business this court than I have had for years But the litigants have to stand back and re move their sacks for the mills of justice to grind out the criminal turns Term after term the litigants with civ- Il suits have their cases usurped by the criminal cases that arise between courts and then come in and under the code have precedence and the old tax payer must stand back and give place to the criminals Your county attorney is able and fearless in discharge of what ho conceives his duty to be Judge Sauf Icys speech was a bouquet of classic beauty in which genius and eloquence wove a wreath of classic beauty scarcely ever equaled His magnificent charge of Bonaparte with the tricolored flag of France at the bridge of Lodi the 600 at Balaklava and the 20000 Virgin- Ians at Gettsyburg against a fortified enemy outnumbering them four to and the gallant knights of old shivering their lances against the walls of Asca lon were something for pyrotechnic beauty and grandeur of glory I never heard surpassed Owsleya speech was the strongest argument I ever heard all solid shot and bursting shell not a sprig of rhetoric not a flower of eloquence All stern cold facts and Inflexible law What a pity that the fickle popular wave would cast such a matchless lawyer upon the barren strand of defeat A speaker is almost perfect who can speak for an hour and never say a wrong thing nor omit a right one John Samuel you are a better inter rogater than the great Colossus foryou never ask an1 incompetent or irrelevant question Hardin for the Commonwealth surprised even his greatest admirers I am only writing up the lawyers for the Commonwealth this time I perhaps shall do justice to the other side hereafter if I can ever wield a Pablo enough For your county attorney I want to add that for force of ex pressfon and grandeur of valor you are unrivaled and yet this county has had a Miller and a Bobbitt But let me leave the great warriors wreathed in their glory and pay some attention to Natures fairer flowers In one of my long vespertine peregrinations last week I met an attractive teacher and some little children accompanied by a lady so grand and stately robed in black that in all my reading and wildest imagination I never dreamed of one so grand and queenly If she remembered the fine looking gentleman with his hat in his left hand right full of gold and the literary gems flowing in copious showers from his lips and will address him at Crab Orchard her letter will certainly be answered And the affluent widow in an adjacent county to whom an editor offered 1000 for eight pages I wrote her I say sell it to him and I will write you another worth 2000 One of my clients led me to the telephone the other day and there I was entertained and bewildered in a maze of beauty from which there will never be an extrication I met her if an angel of such rare delicate beauty can be designated by an appellative pronoun of the feminine gender I shall not write her name although she told me to but I shall not desecrate heavenly creatures by exposing their names to the eyes of the profane But this is what I said to her with my left handfull of hat my right hand full of gold and a mouthful of pearls I make my obeisance to the queen o telephone girls I have served written notice on one lady to marry her after court adjourns and to another lassie I am engaged to be married when the Juno roses bloom All may be changed by a telephone soon Tomorrow evening we are to sup at the Restaurant Jones Yours in the misery of delight FONTAINE Fox BOBDITT A Disastrous Calamity- It Is u disastrous calamity when you lose your health because Indigestion and constipation have supped it away Prompt relief can be had in Dr Kings New Life Pills They build tip your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaranteed at G L Pennys Stanford Lyric Bros Crab Orchard 25c Henry C King formerly ofGlasgow was elected sheriff of Sapulpa county Indian Territory Four contests were filed at Scotts ville at the last hour The republicans were granted the certificates of election and the offices of Representative judge clerk and sheriff are the ones in which contest notice is served Chamberlains Grinders and Diarrhoea Remedy This is the most successful medicine in the world tot bowel complaints and is tho only remedy that will cure chronic diar rlioeai Every bottle Is warranted For sale by all druggists Henry So Dewey who was defeated in the recent Republican primaries has announced as an independent candidate for Mayor of Boston IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Uninsured property worth 8000 was destroyed by fire at Germantown Ky R r Warmock a merchant of Car tr county committed suicide with a shotgunThomas Morrisy of Junction City had an eye shot out while hunting near CovingtonThe Bank of Kirksville Madison county was Incorporated with a capital stock of 15000 Luther Thompson n brakeman whose home was at Eubanks was mashed to dath near Somerset while crossing between two cars Sixtyshares of stock in the Anderson County Deposit Bank of Lawrence burg belonging to the estate of the late James R York Sr were sold at an average of 203 At a public sale of lots in South Corbin about 20000 was realized Private sales amounted to over 9000 Investors from different parts of the State were present At Richmond Richard Gilbert color ed was shot and probably fatally injur ed by John Woods white a prominent farmer The two had had trouble over trivial matter Woods was arrested and placed in jail John W Partin deputy sheriff fa tally shot Coley Simpson at Coalport a mining town six miles from Barbour villa Partin had a warrant for Elmer Simpson a son of Coley and in a dispute over his bond the killing occurred Lee Hart one of the proprietors of the Reed Hotel Lexington and a well known business man was arrested on a warrant charging grand larceny sworn out by Thornton Moore a wealthy young farmer Moore charges that Hart unlawfully took a collie pup whose value was 100 Mr Hart im mediately gave bond for 200 and was released If your Jut couldspeak theywouldcry for so loud that you would have to buy them I Your shoes will never be URFIT unless they are MAKSS They will slipup and down at the heel and wear holes in your stocking gap at the sides and collect the dirt wrinkle twht out of shap- eURFIT device in 0a rretains the fashionable shape and dressy appear ance prevents sides gap- ping or wrinkling and heel slipping FOR HALE DT H J McROBERTS STYLE AND FIT l No matter the Quality of the Goods if they do not Fit they are failures andyou are dissatisfied O- urOVERCOPT3 SUITS Are I made of the Best Material obtainable and their Style Fitting Qualites are Simply Perfect We do not claim the est stuff in town but we do claim the Best Fitting Suits and andIcoats Put one on and see if our statement is not correct rJ MROBERTS STANFORD j PA KER HAIR BALSAM Cltliurl asd NuUfltl nkfmnxrl a lannM mth I Never rule to HMtor lryhair toYb Color Cum Uualkurrk end UMBRELLAS Becorcred and repaired and made almost u rood a new far a n U amount I CA- your umbrella better than the tramp repairer and for less money OUe tar a trial FHANK ATKIHH Stanford H F HillEN MEYER I SONS hue Crass Nurseries texingron Ky OtTer for the Full of lifin full stock of fruit had ornamental trees vlnvt nsutnt- gusenmllfruits rhulatrhalaratetc tVH employ but sell dlrrct to the planter ijntnloguoonnppllcotlon Qa7l Traylor DEALER IK Wtilsk Brandy Wines Beer Gluars Etc 7Ios Wour STANFORD KY Prohpuna atttntlon Nothlnr buttes bo 4rlnk phone cr tilcgnpb iiitit rtcthrt tronputuntlon HOTEL PROPERTY AND STAILE FOR SALE I l dlr to sell 1rhlIt III hotel III t gcitnIIery Jits huts IIU510nllIu or for two rlllllllhl Nta mod Is well urrnnga I water oftuirri aril hotIIfUnulwli not lluuaeJun lairs wlyPoi rwlrdoled liiii- UriiIed Meho1 tllatrlct further ulllrI II HOAIIIlNTEIIlluttO ltIIIa fy EXTENSION I In order to innko room for coming goods wo will enlarge our store at once but wo waist to move sonic of our goods quick and will give sonic good bargains Latest style in rugs carpets and furniture Call and fee and undertakus Livery Millinery lug Pruitt BrothersMorclniidKy Do You Want a Home furnish you one any kind If wo rim wont have for sale n great vnrluty of falrlnsdwtInllg houses bualiicm lioiistj und buttress proK ltloin If You Want a Farm wrlto us what kind or It plnco you urn look what size wlllltlug loentrd how IIIlIch you lire wlllllll to wiuaru Inrorlllllllon InIlt IIlId other IItrllllln chnrnctor aml- prlees of IIIfarmsWo hiivo certllln to Interest oU If and wo lire cord willA posOdyou are on tho bring you one or our printed lists OKNTltAJ KY UKAJ KnTATJS OQ II 1 nt ixAianon Ky 4 Holiday Presents We have exhibited nice holidayrDisplays before hut none that comp t f pare with the one wo now ask you inspect Watched Fine Jewelry tIIvcr Novelties and Silver Fine HaixMaiutciI China Cut Glaw Etc hit High Quality Goods atr I Low Trice Gome mill Ira convincer WIH MuellerIWatchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY PI- Good Weather to Paint Dont put off painting till next spring Do it totW- eather conditions are good no long spring rains to soak into the lumber and jeopardize good results no gnats and flies to stick to the fresh paint the paint put on now gives protection against winter storms SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT MADE TO P IN BUILDINGSW WITH A iis the safest paint to usc r It gives the best protection at rhthe smallest cost 1 youre going to paint this fall let us talk to you about S W P SOLD Pennys Drug StorefStanford Kentuckyw t r UNDERWEAR I Dont delay getting into n good warm suit of Winttr Under wear It is time for the light weight to ho laid aside Wo can supply you nt email cost A great yiiricty of kinds and wide range oi prices Union suits 2i c to 8150 vests and pants 2fic to 81 cacfij childrens vests and pants 10c mens shirts nod drawers 25c to 81 childrens union suits 20 nnd SOc I J SEVERANCE Bc SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 BTANFOHI KY Nov 24 1005 TRY Pennys truoVanillafor navorin ICor your Th iving delicacies Sold Penny s Drug Store PERSONALS 1 Mns MAIL STUAUII continues quite sick W W HAYS who hno been quite sick for several days is convalescent MRS TIIEO CUHUEY of Lancaster is with her slater Mrs W A Carson 4 ATTOUNIV JAMES GAnNfrrr of Col umbla wns hero on legal business yes 1todayF PETTUS of Springfield was Tuesdays train en route for Laurel to hunt quail Mns AUGUST HATH after n visit to 1on here yesterday returned to her home in Miss MARY FILEN DUHDEUAR has re turned home after n pleasant visit to Miss Mary Moblcy Mil AND MRS HAUVR McIlotiEim tho cit yesterdayAllvocnteIt t Mss Mum n w ange Texas yesterday nCteradelight- J fug stay with friends here MR JEHSB TiiAYMm returned to Let after severanon Junction yesterday al days stay with his wife MESIUMKS HCLKN HUMAN and It t A Lipps of Hustonvlllc were shop pens in this city ycstcrilay Advocate MR KIHSAR WILKINSON of Stan ford is visiting his father in law Mr J W Moore thisweckCasey County r NewsMiss MARY MOBLEY leaves today fo Lexington to visit friends She wil- f alto go to Louisville to attend n party given in honor of Miss Hattto Edna HoITman Miss ANNA PADGETT of Waynes burg is visiting Miss Doshia and Bertie Gooch T J Gooch of Wayncsburg spent Sunday with his brother W H 1GoochSomerset Journal THOMAS H SHANKS has formed IMitpartnershipwith Judge Andrew at Kansas and writes the tdilihomofotks that ho Is moro than pleMed with tho for him there I Miss OPHELIA CIIANCELIOR returned Wednesday from a visit to Hurnsldc where she has been a guest of her sister Mrs bL E Pruitt proprietress of the Pruitt House better known as the tDuncnn House returned theMit KOIIKUT MoiiKLAND last of the week from New York City where ho has been attending the Ilors- t Show His mother Mrs Wm More land has gone to Chicago to join Mr Moreland and spend tho winter there Lexington Lender A LARGE crowd was presentlosteven ing at the opening of Miss Polly Tray dancing school and the c msslors enjoyed tho music until 1030 About 40 were present Regular des the latter part of this sons will begin I week and a number have signified their intention of joining Advocate LOCALS J SILVER novelties at Muellers t NEW stock of Chase Sanborns coffee nest made W II Higgins prescriptions to Dr W UlUNO your t N Craig for low prices best Bcr k vlce Edcs arc selling t227Per dozen They are too high for tho average rural rooster to cat forte threshing or for THOSE owing mo urgently requested to settle + goods are I at once James N Cash TUB penalty will go on all taxes not paid by Nov 30 1 have no favorites M S Baughman S L C t FOR RENT Cottage near depot just vacated by Copt Hichanls Posses Bionatoncc P PNunnellcy READ A B Robertson Broa ad vcrtlscment which tells of the great 510 tailored suit sale they arp now hold 2 inS r Kentucky Real Es i LET the Central Exchange Title Co help you sell your tote farm or buy one if you should bo in the market for such Pendennis coffee for ofTRY a can t Thanksgiving dinner Oysters your cranberries fancycelery white plume dried fruits George H Farris GUNS gun cases shells cleaning rods etc W N Craig pharmacist LAP robes horse blankets blizzard storm fronts for buggies etc J C McClary LOT of pure bred black Langshan roosters for sale E H Bcazley StanfordNANTIuA No1 farm hand Will pay 1750 per month and board him John Y Jones Danville THE ladies of the Christian church will have an exchange and bazaar at J L Bcazleys store on Wednesday JgMh before Thanksgiving Tim MrRiley orI the Milledgcvillo Section burned other day The household goods were all saved No Ins ceIMISSES MAGGIE AND JENNIE HOOKER have sold their house and eight acres of land on the Hiutonvillc pike to Mr M L Reynolds for 2000 TURKEYS H B Northcott Co have bought about 3000 turkeys for which they have paid 13c on foot They are now paying lie for them You want to know more concerning tho Panama Canal project Go to the Graded School auditorium tonight and find out Sent at Pennys Drug Store THE Sta Dance Club will give a German at Waltons Opera House Thanksgiving night which promises to eclipse anything of the kind ever given here TIlE Kentucky State Journal Frank pressIWrite at onco to W P Walton Lox ington or Frankfort I WILL have a isplay of fancy work nt my homo on Lancaster street tho first week in December Tho ladles aro invited to call and see It Mre C Leslie Carter Stanford TilE ladles of Hustonvillo will have n u Bazaar next Wednesday afternoon 29th for the benefit of the rebuilding of the Mountain Hindman school which was recently destroyed by fire PROPERTY on which taxes arc not paid by Dec 1 will be advertised in the INTERIOR JOURNAL and sold Pay your taxes at once and save yourself the expense of being advertised SI S Baughmun eHmm COKKEY the wideawake Morcland merchants aro certainly salt ing down tho people of tho West End They have sold 617 barrels of salt so fa this year and the best season for the sale of that article has just begun ItA boys of Moso Cloyd of McKinney while out rabbit hunting was standing around while another little boy was playing with his gun The gUn discharged and the contents went through Cloyds leg just be low the knee A II HMVKES special optician Atlanta will bo with W A Reynolds tho Junction City druggist and specta cle dealer on Saturday Monday and Tuesday next Nov 25th 27th 28th Seo him if vour eyes trouble you TALKING acout clever men how docs this strike you 7 Allen Hiatt who is one of tho most wholesoul follows whoever lived any way asks us to please say through tho columns of our paper that till hunters hound runners etc fro cordially invited to como to his place and hunt all they wont to says the Mt Vernon Signal Also put their horses in his barn and feed them well and still further go to his homo and get n good square meal sHEMCMIIJn the school exhibition tonight at the Graded School Auditorium You will there witness n good enter tainment nnd see how the honest efforts of pupils who are struggling for a well rounded education There will bo bright singing spicy dialogue humorous reel tation and drill und n debate on a livo subject Tho Panama Canal You only encourage tho students and teach ers by your presence but you will aid them in securing books for their library and improvements on the grounds for the advantage of the pupil will be open at 630 Program to be gin at 715 Remember time place and late 1 The Plain Blunt Truth Read it A business is like n man or an animal it must be fed if it is expected to grow Wo teal our business on the best goods lowest prices and good service so that it will expand nUll pro gross Wo give it very close attention and ore at nil times looking for something out of the usual order and at an units ually low price to offer our customers Come to our store and ou will find tnnny items at much less than others ask TRY a load of our Bluo Gem coal Makes no clinkers J H Baughman Co FOR SALE House and acres of land one mile south of McKinney on Middlcburg pike property of Mrs Lucy Lewis For terms apply to J F Cash Turnersville AN exchange and bazaar will be given by the ladies of the Baptist church on Dec 1C Will have a number of black cakes baked by Mrs Nunnellcy and others for sale MRS W B McRoiiERTS and Miss Nell Warren will have a candy sale nt- W B McRobcrta drug store next Saturday 25th Hot chocolate will also W served Everybody invited iCmCUlT COUKT Tho three weeks term court has all been taken up by criminal cases and civil suits havo to be continued until the February term ofcourtThe in the case of James Carter charged with the murder of Cecil Crutchfleld failed to agree standing eight for murder and four for acquittal Carter was allowed ball in the sum of 10000 which ho gave The trial of R E Lee Sims charged with the murder of John R Farris be gan Tuesday The whole of Wednesday was consumed in obtaining a jury The following gentlemen compose the jury in the Sims murder case B D Holtzclaw A P Sloan Sam McKit trick Frank North C Ih VanArsdale T W Hutchinson J B Williams J K Helm J F Holtzclaw D J Mc Whorter George Routt and George KingTho evidence of the Commonwealth was introduced yesterday which is sub stantially the same that it was on the examining trial BOYS I HAVE FOUND TilE PLACE Situated on Fall Lick near the foothills of tho Cumberland Mountains known as Dripping Springs This was a fa vorite hunting ground of Daniel Boone and other famous pioneers Many deer and bear have been killed in this section and they gave it the namo of the list py Hunting Ground and now you find quail pheasant and wild turkey nut our favorite tame dishes are mast fe shoat with turnips and possum laid to rest with sweet potatoes Yes our ta ble supplies are all that a hunter could wish You also have the music of the foxhounds and the hoot of the old Virginia owlthe sweetest of music U the woodsman In tho fishing scasor you have Dix River and iU tributaries the game fish is protected by the drift dynaryears of age I know I never miss a quail on tho table The proprietor anc wife of this watering place are well adapted for the situation and it give them pleasure to cater to the wishes or the sportsmen The merits and gQOd effects of the water have long sine been established So taking every thing into consideration this is an ideal spot for the hunter I will return home mynregards to the reader GEN GENTRY Tho Exact Thing Required ford Constipation- As a certain purgative and stolnnel purifier Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets seem to bo tho exact thing required strong enough for the most robust yet mild enough andsaro for children und without that terrible griping so common to most pur gatives say It S Webster 3 Co Udora OntaVio Canada For sale nil druggists The young St Louis millionaire who finds pleasure in sticking pigs for 10 a week has tastes somewhat similar to those of tho Kaiser who likes to sit in a rickly upholstered chair and slaughter game which Is driven before him But the St Loulsan butchers for- purpose Mrs Johnson Do baby am do put fpct image ob his father Mrs Mokcby Yeah hes a regular carbon copy Puck ItTen additional indictments charging agnln3tNewtonBupcrintenent and bank president at Caioo 8aSilks to the value of 10000 were sto len from the Wiltiam Skinner Manufacturing Company of New York f 0 r 1Here and There A general strike of cigar makes went into effect in Key West John Hanna an L N brakeman was killed by the cars at Hopkinsvillc Robert L Crlgler many years iden titled with Kentucky distilling interests died in Cincinnati Kentucky University has decided to withdraw from the State Intercolle glace Athletic Association Contributions to the Jewish Relief Fund by the csmmittce having that fund in charge make a total received of 66075082 Tho conviction of H B Duncan in the United States court at Paducah wipes out the Boatwright band of counterfeitersA in which one man was killed and several others wounded in a New York Eastside saloon is believed to have been caused by a quar rel of the division of election money When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other un pleasant effect Sold by all drug gists FOR RENT n IllnckuMilth thop tools house nnd gnrden nt Hubble for rent beglnlng Jnn Hood nil round tnnn cnn tlu well wuiiitT H II HIOONlIOHt Nubble Kr For Sale Privately My hotiMi and 10 acne of isnd situated rust out Ide nf town limit on the Somerset pike house tins 7 rooms kitchen sod servant room good cellar table end all accessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard Dd one for stock J P BAILEY McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Manufacturers ot Jeans Limeys Hlnnnol ifankets anti Yarn Homluiyourwopl We take wool In exchange for tile market price Hatlifnctlon KUiiranteed Call or or priers anti Information Agents wnnted PUBLIC SALE As executor of Alfred Hliiipion I will ut his Into reHldence near lloneyvlllp on Hell at TIJoHlIiNUV afTlI property consisting prtneipnlly or a horse wagon wheat drill twill mower hny rake cutting liarrow nil In excellent romlltlon lu dlOdtS1i hogs ready to butcher yearling cattle 2 milk cows 2 IxtrrcfhlfllIitbrood work hone of corn its shocks sugar cent lot of folder fat turkevstc Term will im announce on tine of wile MILTON HIMIrtOS KJIculor Sale Of Personalty I will toll nt my tarn known as tin CIms Ornmu place about a nines from Stanford ou lianIll tike n- nTt1sIa lose 5TH Tin following alxtt1opnd cattle l pair nged yenr old nude fancily 1I0neli brood nutrol5sutck- of s bay straw horsepower binder 1 mowers Slior planter string wagon grrttndrill corn plows harrows banu n numlxT or articles eful to farmers Terms rondo known on dnv of sale J HMoVUBTKIt Hit J Chandler All- crPUBLIC SALE lye will sell nt public auction nt our place two mlltH North o Orchard on the Urnb Orchard mud lJincn tor pike on KIIIDAY DKOKMDKU 1KT loo The tuna known ns the Whites Mill place conslxtlliK of lv miens of good mud Inn pool state of cultivation Has ou It three houses and n splendid Grist Mill Will also sell n lot of farmlnit ante- D heals Terms made known on day of Dnnd V11 Hal NAILiBALSAM Never falls to UMtor any hair to its IOUlhIol c ilouttT t a ICUT PRICES ON SUITS Our first season to handle suits has been a very successful ono from a standpoint of quantity sold and the satisfied customers with the style and reasonableness oi the price In order to make a clean sweep we will from now until closed out offer a good lino of clean stylish suits with 27 inch and 45 inch coat at greatly reduced prices Our Swagger Double Breasted Overcoat j It promises to be a great favorite loose and boxy fancy fabrics See our full line of Overcoats You will be pleased with the style and fit of our garments The prices are at tractive too We show many styles CUnrilNS MCLARY Ii Stanford Kentuckyi THIS IS YOUR CHANCE For the next 30 days we will sell at great ly reduced prices our stock of Furs Japanese Ware and Shoes See our window for prices on Furs Ten per cent off on all our Japanese Ware and our stock of Shoes ex actly at COST If you are interested in these articles you can not afford to miss this op portunity We have replenished our 5 and lOc Counter Dont forget to see it L M RUEY CO Stanford Kentucky t I I t The Interior Journal Entered in till PottOffice al Stanford M seconddass matter FOIIUSHKU TUKHUAYH AND IJ1UDAYB AT 100 PER YEAR CASH trVthen not so paid liOO will be charged INSURANCEFlre Accident Notiulmt the BK TComimnlw ttJIInlentttl Lowostros allile Kutcs auiirant ogv IUyng lwc ordjVnrqunllcil Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky ItoMdenco 1liono Vo SJ flip New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster KY Wm SHUOABS Frepriitsr Electric Lights In every room Re urnlshel and under entire New Manictratnt NEW LIVERY STABLE BUUEE ft CLARKSON Prcn JUNCTION CITY BLY- Fl c01ass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For 8al Jesse W Sweeney rnorpiBTou Livory Food and Salt Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates J H IOONE I CO Proprietors UYERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on nt on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Goal ED Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BD CARTE Successor to Bruce Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage le solicited Horses on commission Stock Pena In Connection POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting fishing or any kind of tree pawing on our place and will prosecute violators to the tall extent of tbe law- MrsKate Ador Helchenbacli Bra Fred VonoruenlgeaMbortVonornenlgan- Fred VooAllman Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattip H Hewes E ttelchenbach Charles Cummins Jos Uallnu A O Dunn SM Holmes W EAmon W It DauRherty t MJ Hoffman M D Flmore Petor W Oarter J Novln Carter J E truce W V Bhomiker Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Ferrlll F J OOODJobD B Uamentsch Barn Trviwbrldge A D Hoot Charles Ensslln Frank Lordler Mrs W O Welch Peter Balraer John Motor Samuel Llndser Jacob Oatder Mrs Alice natld Stephens Mary UoIImann L P Nuonelloy J W liaugliman 0raysonh again nnlnter ntsten Directors i R Pazton n Shanks Walker Goo B Foster L O Bright B L W H Shank A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsloy Building Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Vlh mwle wutn tltor hIghIour ituunurvimrit tnkoii fur uxMrloncM tnllor IhaaunhaudsomuhlnoofFail urn flntergoals can timktt from low prIce business suit to tint finest suit Also ovcxcontu trousers owl fiincy vests The company represent In ono of thu best 1U qRUPLEY the Tailor ERV sDEBrLitY phylaLmentl1onallUjrlletllm true t1r or pcrftrt manbood rJl1olopmPlltanil NtrvtiCuresnn Pritrtlon aluplmaY and other trouhlratiui ratueitlakmKwalir haul tot wom n free 1r1IaniPCrrCR MEDICAL CHICAGO S L FOB SALE AT FEXNT8 DRUG BTOBX JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture IattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e cetar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness addlery SC STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Home Ihono SS 7 First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 Thla Institution was originally established M the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 131 then reorganized at tbe National Bank of Stanford in 1865 and reorganized as the First National Bank of Stanford in 1882 having bad practically an rupte1 for 43 years ItS I better supplied now with laclllties far transact Ing business promptly and well ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Sr s I JB Owsley 8 WO WOarter j Ooocb 4 WH Dummies W H 1 clollilnc I n drcst I oUet ASSOCIATION for e than Officers J S HOOKER Frest S T HARRIS V Pres J J McROBEKTS Our W B WKARKNAsst Ohn Directors V Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J S Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford S II Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J H Rauehman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford 4 LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK se l CAPITAL STOCK 1960000 oTheSuccees Farmers Bank 4 Trust Oompany and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial i Officers Q SHANKS president J B Paxton Vice President W M BRIGHT Cubic W O WALKER Aist Cashier I FARMERS DEPARTMENT Lutes Co sold to John Robinson 57 sheep ut 5 S II BauRhman sold to B G Fox a livery horse for 90 W P Tate sold to R B Wilkinson a holfcr at Re Dr JG Carpenter sold to J W Adams 45 sheep at 333c I have two or three good fat hogs for sale JosBallou R B Wilkinson bought of D V Kennedy nine hogs at 41 to 4c HC Datighman Bofd tb TCheo Towell of Adair a work mare for 100 Few pure red Berkshire boars for sale S T Harris Stanford Secondhand twohorse power for sale cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford YEARLING Polled Angus bulls for sale J W Baughman Stanford E P Woods bought of J IL McAI ister 20 1100pound cattle at 3 to 31c J W Adams bought ofLorenzo Hub ble 15 1000 to 1200 pound cattlo at 3 to ISle C A Busick of Zion City 1111 bought of C T Bohon a bay gelding and a sorrel mare for 600 For salcrnt a bargain CO acres of land with small house in suburbs of HUE tonville Ky Mrs F B Burnett Wm Wornnll of Iaris weighed up to Simon Weil on Saturday 41 1654 lb cattle at 5 cents They were purchased in October ESTRAYAn estrny Jersey cow came to my place about n week ago Owner can get same by paying for her keep and this notice S J Embry Sr The Dark Tobacco Protective Asso ciation has sold 5000 hogsheads to the representative of the Italian Government for 385 per hundred The sale will aggregate more than 650 000 The large farm of Eva Clay Prewitt near Mfc Sterling containing 430 acres of land was sold at public auction Monday by A T Forsyth of Paris and brought a total of 4314947 A B Hampton purchased 169 acres at 100 per acre and W B Wills of Clark county 261 acres at 10005 per acre Last Monday court day at Mt Sterl ing was a very large one and a good crowd was in town About 2500 cattle on the market Sales were brisk but prices were lower owing to the demor alized nditionof the fat cattle market 1100 pound steers sold at 3GO and 3G5 a bunch of 10 picked ones but most sales at 310 to 340 yearlings brought 31111d 325 and were in demand The mule market was brisk and prices very high Sixteen hand mules brought 175 to ISO 15i hand mules from 140 toI65 15 hand mules at 125 to 140 small mules at 90 to110 Imillion dollar hotel company is be itg in Lexington with the Phoenix Hotel Company as a nucleus D F Frazcc president of the Phoenix company has bought Garrett D Wil sons stable which adjoins the hotel Five new directors were elected at tho annual meeting of the c N 0 and T P railway in Cincinnati Son Lost Mother tonsumptlon runs In our family ana through it 1 loin my mother writes E B Held of Harmony Mp For the past lire years however On the slightest sign of a Cough or Cole I have taken Dr Kings Note Dls co very Ibr Consumption which has saved mo from serious lung trouble Ills mothers death was a snd loss for Mr Reid but ho learned that lung trouble must not be neglected and bpw to cure It Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price LOc and 8100 guaranted at 0 L Pennys Stanford Lyno Hrps Crab Orchard Trial bottle free CHURCH MATTERS Rev J S Lord aged 97 the oldest alumnus of Yale died at Lansing Mich The Baptist Young Peoples Union is in session at Elizabethtown Owens meetingplacegust 1 2 3 and 4 1903 Tho Memphis conference of the leth odist Episcopal Church South closed Its fiCth annual session at Mayfield af ter Bishop Duncan announced his up pointments The next session will beheld at Ripley Tcnn Elder W E Ellis pastor of the Cynthlana Christian church closed n two weeks nicotine which the Demo crat describes as the most remarkable one In the history of that flourishing church There were 46 additions only 15 of whom were women and 11 joined by letter Mr Ellis was the beloved pastor of the Christian church hero several years ago A GOOD NIGHTS RESt Speak for It the cried to doggie 1or she knew In her little heart That German Syrup homes great trtanr Could health joy Impart 4Thc greatest tonic on earth is a good nights rest nights and the ter rible exhaustion of n me dread dangers of the poor consumptive JBut why this fear of the night when a few of Dr lloschecs German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely free from cough or night sweat Free expectoration in the morning is made cer by German Syrup 4We know oy the experience of over thirtyfive years that one 7 cent bottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs colds or Jung troublesrand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German wonders qTwo sizes 2jc and 750 All druggist For Sate nt Pennys Drug Store Columbia Ooinl tlotluH tor young men arc clothes that will upped tot liscriiniuntiiif drKMra who nppreci ate perfect tailoring and uicunite Tit ting W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky George D Hopper Successor to J K VniiAftdalc J Denier in Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds I ask a portion of tho patronage of tho people of Stanford and Lincoln county promising the best goods at the most reasonable 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 anclAcmei f Washington Red- CedarShin K gles WRITE THEM FOR PRICES r t I rJtt i rt Headquarters t lFur Jlcns Ovprcoats Sato S1UCO Neils wits 8450 to Slfli Boys and f Cluld8 Spits l to 81 JrenuIIigU Cut Shuts 2 to Men Fine Shoes 8125 to 84 LndicFino Slices 81 and a 111051 coniplcto 4Pto42CO Line of Children School Shoes Prices 1 tot 2 Dry Goods Cloaks Ladies and 11 Gents Furnishings Etc9 Pelt Hoots for then and boy Rubbers for merry wotnon nod children My btisincua has illcrcntClISo that 1 had to get mi CIIli lIcit saltanian and you trill find the wcUJuHwn Mr W A Car ui with me t SAMROBINSONNext STANFORD KY illIWiRier GOOdS r Lap Robes Storm Aprons Blizzard Fronts Meat Cutters Sausage Stuf fers Lard Cans Butcher Knives and Hog Box Bottoms Carriage Heaters Ilttne W H HIGGiNStISTANFORD KY I WCDIAMOND EDGE TOOLS 11IIIIIIII Arc the favorite tools of good work men Their all nround goodness has made them to and all who ever used them swear by them You cant use any other kind if you want to do the beA work CIIISlLStHArcnnSo ans flLts AIU I a ol GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky S H ALDRIDGE The Tinner Plumber Furnace and Pump Man can furnish you any size shape or price handmade Stove Pipe that you may want See him SAH ALDRIDGE r Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky t WINDOW GLASS bAT WILL N eRA J q 5 Druggist and Optician Regular SizesKept In Stock Odd Sizes Cutlto Order 1 W B McRoberts DRUGGIsr1STANFORD Sells IvurfccB licudy Mixed Faints Every rJ gallon Gunrantcetl There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lend and Linseed Oil Also A Tested end Sure Bed Bug Destroyer J rr cc 1 A Ir v ct wee ra r