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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1906 NO 55 I A Scene from A Race for a Widow at Waltons Opora Houao tonight Tho government printing office is now in fact as well as in name an open shop Tho printers who wore expelled from Uio union for failure to pay their assessment to continue the strike for an eight hour day were reinstated and the union will probably make no effort to have them dismissed from the printery because several years ago learned that President Roosevelt 4Awould not tolerate such a thing It will that W A Mlilor an as sistant foreman was dropped from the printing office force because ho had been expelled from the union Presi dent Roosevelt ordered his reinstate mont on the ground that membership in a labor organization did not necessa rily constitute an essential of the qual ification for employment In any branch of the Federal service In other words ho announced that the policy of the open shop would prevail while ho was president Tho affair has created quite a sensation In governmental and labor circles Some of the union men employed in the printing office favored a strike If the nonunlonisU as tho 60 men now aro classed were retained but this proposition was frown ed down by tho majority Labor un ions are not so strong anywhere as they were and not near strong enough in Washington to go up against tho president Starvingto Death Because tier itomnuh was so weak enod by u solos drugging Umt Hho could not eat Mrs Mary II Walters f of St Clair SM ColumbtiA 0 was literally starving to death She writes My stumaah was HO weak from use myIP to dlo was Induced to try Klcctrlc t UUUirs with the wonderful result that Improvement began at once and a I oomplfit cure followed Host health Tonic on i nrth WV Oauranteod by I Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lynn J Bro Crab Orchard tMarshals Sale for Taxes On Saturday Oct 6 1906 II1tlIIHu WI1relN N llaur tk 101081 tpiito tIM ae TIll titMNL I1i Jerr AslRii lit JNHtVIII sn axr4ll UIII Bens win dlatitNil ri r iMefaMMHi Mry J it tlHIMOI I W J II d- Ilr Il- r M N Htiun J ealiaagontOfHt J Nat J f lap nlsn rr W m in w j n uiDniK- Mnrvlml uf CJrnll or- mntrNoTICE1Our mode of advertising Diff Liquid Soap i- to Give Every Family a Sample Free to tOiL its morns and at our oxpcnso Wo ask you not to condemn us with out n trial Wo claim that this is not only A LABOR SAVER ijttt clothes washed in DIFFKES I SOAP will lust 20 per rent longer as there is no Rubbing Required fund not injurious to the fabric For SeruhhingIInd Removing Grcaso Spots it has no wash ill hard water as suit Remem ber FRKI2 to ALL Dont condemn ins without n trial For further iii for mution wo the undersigned i F Cash Gen Mgr Lincoln Co i Trade Mitrk Registered Ifl Will bo at McKinney for the next weeks I want a partner with some money Good investment IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Julin Jacobs Huron died sudden ly at Danville Mrs Hannah Gore Morgan Is dead In Mercer county Somerset will vote on tho whisky question Dec Robert Taylor aged 79 died of pneumonia in Rockcastlo county Mrs Kato Miller sold to J T Eason her residence in Danville for 4000 Henry Vowels son of J E Vowels formerly of Mt Vernon died In Louis vlllo of appendicitis Richard B Young of Liberty was elected cashier of the Farmers Deposit Bank at Mlddloburg A 50000 building will take place of Union College at Barbourvillc which was destroyed by lightning A new banking company has been or ganized at Berca with S E Welch Jr as provident Wright Kelly vice provident and John L Gay cashier Gabriel Preston died at his home in tho Scotts Fork section of Garrard after an illness of several days aged DS years Ho leaves a wile and four childrenTho Telephone Co of Ucrca with 90000 capital stock has been In corporated Tho incorporators Bro E T Fish WJI Porter and M II Clag gott all of Ucrca A man giving his name us J S Thomas was killed in a resort in the Hells Half Acre section of Corbin Rosa Gordon and Jack Newport are In the London jail under suspicion- A petition to County Judge Bingham is being circulated by the temperance people of Middleeboro asking for an election on the whisky question on December 11 There aro 20 saloons in Mlddlcsboro and several In course of constructionSheriff W Johnson and mem hers of his posse who arrested Frank Unit in Virginia were Indicted for the murder of John Lee who was killed In the house where Ball was hiding Lending business men of Middlcsboro and Iinevillo are named as accessories John and Jones Simpson and Curt East charged with murder and arson wore given examining trials Saturday at Lancaster and held to the grand jury without bail Tho evidence against them was all circumstantial but very strong James I Hamilton has been engaged to prosecute them- SCHOOL Say kids What do you think of school By gum Aint it bum 7 And yet youve got to have it Its medicine you see To cure you for the uses Of our futurity It takes your baby knowledge And spreads it big and wide Into a power of greatness That swells the nations pride It makes the feeble potent- It lifts tho strength of man To such an elevation As nothing mortal can It builds you into something You cant at present see And makes you what your Maker Intended you to be So kids Stick to it through thick or thin And youre bound to win nut just now its tough Enough Aint IL W J Lampton ChamberlainsCough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan The must successful medicines arc those that aid nature Chamberlains Cough Remedy nets on this plan Tako it when you hive a cold and It wlllallay tho cough relieve the lungs aid expectoration open the secretions and aid nature In restoring the system to a healthy condition Thousands have tostltlud to its suporloroxcollenco counteracts any tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia Price 2Sc Largo size 60c Iror salo by Stanford Drug Co You look weary commented tho Arctic explorer No wonder replied tho heavy eyed Eskimo the baby has been crying all night IndeedYes thats exactly five months and six days so tar Gov Luke P Blackburn whoso rep utation as a physician and philanthro pist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is tho best aper ient known to tho medical profession and will euro more diseases than any ono remedy I havo ever used Get a bottlo of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water Pur sale by all drug gists and country stores A French scientist says sleep is sim coursotinsober NEWS NOTES Isaac P VanMoter a prominent citi zen of Lexington js dead Tho Savannah Theater at Savannah Ga burned causing a loss of 75000 John Monroe ofLogan county shot his bon to death mistaking him for a burglarEight masked men robbed a bank at White Cloud Mich getting away with from 2000 to 4000 Six trainmen were injured in a head end collision between two L N freight trains near Walton Charles Lawson a saloonkeeper at Lafayette Ind was shot to death in his placo of business by his wife George Slier who refereed the Gans Nelson battle at Goldfield has sued the Dane and his manager for 50000 for slanderMagisterial district No of Mason county Including the villages of Mays lick and Sardls voted dry by a large majority Saturday Grant Waters was arrested in Lex- Ington on a warrant charging him with tho killing of William Crocker in Hunt- Ington W Va in 1905 For tho llth time the case of Her ry Donohew accused of murder will como up for trial in the State su premo court at Knoxville Gen James C Hill a distinguished Confederate oillcer and the first Rail road Commissioner of Virginia is dead at his home near Richmond Abe Denny a Mercer county Negro who got a life sentence for murder and appealed his case has changed his mind and asked that tho appeal bo dropped Investigation of the death of Fred Kettorcr at the Lexington Insane Asy lum will begin under the direction of the State Board of Control tomorrow John Torrey Morse the oldest grad Unto of Harvard University and sole survivor of the class of 1832 died in Boston Mr Morse was 93 years of ageIn Atlanta a riot followed 13 assaults and attempted assaults on white women and 1C Negroes were killed More than 40 were wounded many of whjjjn can not recover Russian soldiers and Japanese fishermen clashed because of alleged poaching and a battle was fought Eleven Japanese were killed and their ship burned and several Cossacks also were killedNearly 3500 physicians In New York State have signed a petition to Gov Higgins asking for a more thorough investigation in tho case of Albert T Patrick the alleged murderer of Wil liam Marsh Rice- Despondent because he was reduced to the ranks Thomas Doherty former ly color sergeant in the Fourth infan try shot himself through the head at Fort Thomas He was promoted for bravery in the battle of San Juan Hill Relatives of Russell Sage who wejre beneficiaries under his will decided not to contest the will on tho condition that Mrs Sage double tho amounts loft them by the document This she agreed to do and the will was admitted to probate without protest n The Breath of Life Its a significant fact that tho strong est animal of its slits the gorilla also has tho largest lungs Powerful lungs moans powerful creatures How to keep tho breathing organs right should 19 mans chlofost study Like thous nods of others Mrs Ort A Stephens of Port Williams U has learned how to do this Sho writes Three bottles of Dr Kings Now Discovery stopped my cough of two onrs and cured mo of what my friends thought consump tion 0 its grand for throat and lung troubles to Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price fiOo and 110 Trial battle free The court of appeals reversed th Garrard circuit court in the case of the National Bank of Lancaster against M W Johnsons administrator The pellee sought to require the bank to ixa over a deposit of Johnson amounting t 12000 including money which had been attached in hands of the bank The lower court sustained tho bank in refusing to pay over the attached mon oy Stop It I A neglected cough or cold may loa to serious bronchial or lung troubles Dont take chances whoa Foley honey and Tar affords perfect security from serious effects of a cold Pen nys Drug Storo A locomotive blew up at Ferriday La and badly injured the engineer an six other persons The wounded two of whom will probably dio were take to tho Natchez Miss Hospital on special train or Interest to Many Foloys Kidney Cure will euro any case of kidney or bladder trouble tha- is t not boyond the reach of medicine No modlolno can do more Pennys Drug Store o M HUSTONVILLE W G Cowan is out after a weeks illnessW VanArsdalo sold to J P Rifle 30 1000pound cattlo at 4c Mr V has 22 more for sale Hand bills are out announcing the speaking of N B Hays at Alcorns Opera House Thursday Sept 27 at 1 P M to which all are cordially invited Miss Lora Bohon has returned from n visit to her undo C T Bohon at Lebanon It G Woods cashier of the Russell Springs Rank was here Satur dayMuch interest is manifested in the protracted meeting at tho Baptist church under the ablo efforts of Rev Dorgan assisted by the pastor Rev T IL Coleman Our school has opened with over 100 students and many more to start in the near future Some needed repairs on the building have been made giving use of the upper floors and relieving the former crowded conditions below Tho large crop of tobacco raised In this locality is nearly all housed In good shape and the quality is fully an aver age The corn crop is out of danger of frost now and being large the work of cutting is being rushed with all speed Rev S B Lander loaves next week for Louisville to resume his studies for the ministry after the completion of which we predict such brilliancy in his career as will attract If not astound the most scholarly minds of his profes sion The Gooch Hotel storeroom and livery stable at McKinney was bought last week by G T Ashlock Co who will take possession Oct 15 E O Gooch who has successfully managed tho hotel will not leave McKinney but will continue with his sisters its man agement Messrs Ashlock Co will open a stock of general merchandise InI the store room next month E O Gooch of McKinney and Miss Olga Leo Gann of Brookshiro farm in the West End the handsome daugh ter of Judge S A Gann formerly of Russell county were married in Lex ington on the 20th and after spendinga day or two at the Blue Grass fair left on a bridal tour Their trip will include several of the largo cities in the Cen tral States Upon their return they will be given a reception and housewarming at tho Gooch Hotel Mr Gooch is one of our successful young businessmen His marriage was a surprise to his many friends Monte Fox D F Logan James Gib ony and Charles Crawford of Danville P W Whipp and W S Stone of Liberty G P Tate and W I West of Monticello wero here Saturday Emmet McCormack and family have moved into their beautiful home recent ly bought of Thomas Peacock on West Main street and is now a full fledged resident of the best town in the country and we extend them the glad hand whose touch speaks no uncertain welcomo to our midst S D Yowell is in the cities buying goods R L Berry and wire of Stanford wero here Sunday Elbert Harper of Saulsbury N C is visiting here tho home of his childhood and greeting his hosts of friends Ho is buying a car of horses for the North Carolina market My subject for next Sunday morning is The Silences of Jesus There will be no night service As I return to Louisville to resume my work in the seminary on Oct 2 our services in the future will bo confined to the first and third Sundays in each month until further notice I desire to express my gratitude to my brethren and other friends in this community for their cor dial cooperation with me in this work during the post months and also to earnestly request a continuation of their noble endeavors In the days before us I desire in addition to ac appreciationIme tor of the INTERIOR JOURNAL and the kindnesses of the local correspondent sincerelyuHow to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowols and restores the Urinods not nau plaitssant to taka nys Drug Storu In an interview with an Owensboro Messenger reporter Gen Hays is said oudt man has a hart row of stumps in politics withasuch men as Hays cavorting over tho State bearing false witness against them and speaking all manner of evils falsely of his betters Frankfort Jour nal For what are the Government statis ticians paid if not to make the right kind of figures every campaign year Zi bs Cor DANVILLE KY elsallarn sfFall and Winter Dry Goods Wo are now fully prepared for all demands for Fall and Winter Dry Goods nail Ladies Furnishings of all kinds We have spent many weeks in New York market selecting our linos and teel sure that they are right in styles as well as prices Wo are the only houso in Central Ky that has a resident buyer in Now York City This enables us to keep constantly in close touch with the market and got all tho new ideas as soon as they ap pearWe would like fbr you to come down as soon as you can and give our new stock a good carofllilookovell if you are not ready to buy Ladies Suits Over IfiO now suits already in stock and more coining by every express Good suits made of fino all wool materials anti carefully tailored and perfect fitting as low us 816 Many very exclusive styles of suits from 25 to 550 different from any that you will see Cloaks Choice line of Fancy Iuuri t Coats from 80 to 81f Fiiio black Cloth Cloaks from 850 to 825 Ladies Raincoats in great variety from 88 to 825 Separate SkirtsOv- er 200 in stock for your selection Black grays navy and brown from 85 to 810 All new this sea- sonShirt WaistsW- e have made a special effort to get together a fine line of silk nUll lace waists at 85 choice They are allsuch as usually retail ut SO and 87 Bo sure to see them early Specially fine line of Plaids Ladies Furnishings The very latest from New York in Ladies Leather Silk and Jet Belts at ovary price from 25c to 81140 New Back Combs both plant and with sets in all tho now shapes from 25c to 85 Ladies Hand Bugs in Bead and fino Leather from 8125 to SitOer 100 styles of Ladies Neekwcnr in every color and eliapo from lOc to 82 Long Kid Gloves Wo told you early last Spring about the scarcity there would be in long glovos and we were tho only house that hull nay quantity of them Now wo adviso you to buy your long laid Glove earlor else you wont get thorn Wo have n good stock of Long Black Kid Gloves at 8175 250 8350 fwd 84 White at sumo prices and Pink Blue Red and Reseda at a50 Piece Goods Magnificent line of now Plnid Dress Goods from 50c to 82 yard Twenty pieces fine allwool Plaid for waists at 50c yd Usual price 59c At 1 yd we nUb a beautiful quality of fine lustrous Tnfleta full 80 inches wide The best ever sold at 81 Great line of new Plaid Silks at 50o to 8150 Muny exclusive styles and colorings Silk Petticoats Wo particularly call your attention to our lino of silk petticoats Wo have four different styles at 85 nil made of very heaviest dress Taffeta with the rustlo to it and with very full deep rulllos Other qualities tip to 812 Bo sure to examine these ct rk zI7DANVILLE KY I The Interior Journal E C WALTON A M F NORTH It n candidate for ntntlvuot Lincoln IIUlllolratioOrchardMtngtwtirial PldrtctiulljtelitoltlalI nctlonof IlIlr Democratic Ticket For Congress HARVEY HELM ot Lincoln county DEMOCRATS in convention at Somerset I Saturday passed resolutions con demning N B Hays and indorsing the wise patriotic and economic adminis tratlon of Gov Beckham and his as sociates in office who have aided him It The convention instructed delegates to the London convention to vote as a unit for Virgil H Smith for the nomi nation for Congress To the resolu tions there was but one dissenting voice FORMER Senator James K Jones twice chairman of the National Democratic Committee and manager of bqt the campaigns for the presidency o William J Bryan has written to Mr Bryan advising him strongly to drop the subject of Government ownership of railroads and take a firm stand in favor of an enforcement of the laws now on the statute books SENATOR BEVERIDGE of Indiana in a speech at Chicago declared vigorously for more stringent Government regula tion of trusts and railroads and predict ed also that at no distant day Cuba must come under United States rule He spoke strongly of the probability of early intervention by this Government How the mighty has fallen Fountain T Fox of Louisville who ran for governor on the prohibition ticket a number of years ago is now a candi date for school trustee in the Fourth and Fith Wards of his city WOODFORD county and Nicholasville were added to the dry listThursday The former went 533 for local option and the city of Nicholasville 18 This ia an off year tor the wets JUDGE HENRY B HINES candidate for auditor has withdrawn from the race leaving a clear field for clever Henry M Bosworth POLITICAL IWhitley democrats declared for Dr A Gatliff of Williamsburg for Con gressWilliam J Bryan spoke in Jackson Miss to a crowd of 15000 people John Sharp Williams who was present also spoke briefly The Interstate Commerce Commission probably will ask at the next session of Congress that its powers be extended to include control over the classifica tion of freight rates W J Bryan addressed an audience of about 7000 people in Atlanta shook hands with several hundred persons at a public reception and was the guest of It I honor at a Dollar Democratic dinner Senator Bailey has declined to give any statement In regard to the 11out in Texas to defeat him for reelection saying he would discuss the matter on the stump at the proper timeIn anticipation of Secretary Roots passage across the isthmus a general cleaning up has taken place along the canal route the laborers houses hav ing been whitewashed and railroad property put in order Delegates to the Eleventh district Democratic Congressional convention were chosen Saturday in all the coun ties in that district the delegations in the majority of the counties being un instructed No one has announced as- a candidate for the nomination but several names will be put before the convention which meets in London to morrowThe Democratic Committee of the Third Railroad Commissioners district declined to call a primary for the selec Ition of a candidate on the Democratic ticket the call for the meeting being declared void by the chairman after more than an hour of argument and discussion McD Ferguson who favored primary expressed himself after the meeting as being willing tot meet his opponents in a convention next spring CHURCH MATTERS The Baptists of Paris are to have a new and elegant house of worship Rev Ed Hubbard will preach at the new Masons Gap church net Sunday at 11 oclock There will be preaching at Walnut Flat at 11 A M Sunday next writes Mr G A Pleasanta Rev Henry Escott suffered the loss of hl church ip the Jellico disaster and furniture Only the also his household walls of his church were left standing Rev Mr Escott Is a Louisville man of the Jellico who has been pastor Presbyterian church for some years L MATRIMONIAL Hayden Skidmore and Miss Fannie- Dunn were married at Highland Sun dayI and Mrs A S Robertson of will celebrate the 25th anal FridayIBastin Welch Miss Annie Traub of Ottenheim and Mr Fritz Krueger of Ml Vernon were married in Louisville Wednesday Daniel Harper aged SO and his wife 82 have just celebrated the 60th anniversary of their marriage in Bath coun ty Charles Bowman of Rockcastlc and Miss Clcavic Hiatt the pretty and popular daughter of A C Hiatt the Hiatt merchant were married last week After 19 days of marital infelicity Mr and Mrs George H Gucrncc are prin cipals in a divorce suit in California The bride was Miss Lillian Irvin Keller formerly of Louisville Miss Bettie Ludwick who resides in the West End of this county and C H Carroll of Horn Beech Tenn were quietly married after having seen each other only a few hours The groom some time ago advertised for a wife and Miss Ludwick answered and a cor respondence ensued and pictures were exchanged and yesterday was agreed wedllipgfThe marriage of Miss Maud Bernice Williams daughter of Mr and Mrs W R Williams to Mr H F Waller of Okalona Miss was solemnized at high noon Wednesday at the brides home at Hustonvillo Dr Green of Dan ville assisted by Rev Lander officiat ed using the impressive ceremony of the Presbyterian church The house was beautifully decorated brilliant nu tumn flowers and foliage being used in profusion The handsome bride wore a very charming gray gown of English over check with hat and gloves to match and carried an arm bouquet of white chrysanthemums She was given in marriage by her father and the groom was attended by Dr 0 S Wil- Iiams The bride numbers her friends by her acquaintances having many at tractive qualities and her popularity was shown by the large number of handsome gifts she received Mr Wal ler is a prominent citizen of Okalona and has made many friends here on his former visits An elegant luncheon was served to the guests at the Hotel Weatherford after which the happy couple left for an extended southern trip before taking up their residence in Okalona The Magazine Farmer- I used to like the old place But now it aint no- nuse Its laid out inartistic And its tacky as the deuce You see Ive been areading Till envy makes me green Of artistic agriculture In a farming magazine It tells you how your pig pen Should be on esthetic lines And your Looey Fourteen henhouse Should be draped in ivejsvines Im going to sell the old place Its architectures bum And Ill buy one of them dream joints In that magazine by gum Ill raise no crops plebian But Ill put in plants and shrubs Ill do no harvest sweatin Leave thatoroldtlmedubs III may not last a season Fore 1 meet the sheriff man But Im goin to be a farmer On the magazine plan I CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will peal lively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs lbp cents and nothing if a perfect cure not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Senator Bailey read the full text of the Harris County Tex Good ernment Clubs attack on him and GovI nounced that he would answer all other critics in writing at Dallas to night To Cure a Felon says Sam Kendall of Phllllpsburg Kan just cover It over with Buck lens Arnica Salve and the Salvo will do the rest Quickest cure for Burns Bolls Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Guaratneed A E Farley of Kentucky shot andI killed Adolph Williams his best friendI near a railrord camp at Pittsburg Moy mistaking him for a Negro with whom he had trouble Both the State Fair at Louisville and the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington claim to have made money Homer Bavghman a Danville law yer has drought an interest in the Boyle County Herald On account of riot at Atlanta Negroes are fleeing from that city Senator McCreary will speak at Lexington Thursday night 0 Small Blue Grass Farm for Rent About llencreNI mile front court Iour hull lull friin inuliil NehooI Klr cbr clMvrti niul nil Minryniithullilliirx pond M acne for vliont luntl rest In sense Apply to ro L M UotKlknUlit Stanford Ky or err Mrs W JonrKnt her rtntHiir out Blue Grass Farm For Sale I loVelrt to sell prlvntfly my farm of 116 thIlbckplkrnnd a Kiirm Ix In excellent Rtntti of cultivation Improvements Include a good ivnlilvnco 110011llIckrlhltnetIIII1 tlrIPUBLIC SALE I InrJIlIIty tllIItwr conlorrwl upon nm by the win n auctiongn suburbtof HiiMonvlila on tilt Ubor MAT17HI1AI ultcriKKiii ut Io clock Octoliur 6th Terim on Uuy of wilu KI11AItII AIC011N lIvelColPUBLIC SALE I publlINksfltulyplflorfldtonugNllgal o urpky in tt l nvoinon- HATUIUUY HIT t0 1KW TwoborII tiere of corn In lioek nlito my luiUMtliolu ami kltelien liirnltnre All uirruuas 110 dlOIlIlOoclIJOIt r yKyJPUBLIC SALE dtcltlllotlllllHHWMHAYOCT 01011IItlls r lollwanmulerycyullugtrrrp t er 1oiled Align nuiil brood rows Ul1l1l11lllol1lIIuwrllnll Ynaslecart1I1Irrow1taroandgoal Old Hickory wagon mid Ltxxl ut o artorgnuuooveThe fare on whlel tills wile will lw made Is two mill Kant ol Htnuford hhhrdlntrl VKAMONCol PUBLIC SALE Of Land Stock and Crop Ha vlim deckled to itilt farming I will on THURSDAY DOT IS Iww notuIIIprhOllhI lhhlghestbuianco IlIlIrn The fern Is In n XI Hate umnlsconltItsulrnfnlbrlckhuusoof of per and lower hall large stuck Iron IS Ixx tncb11thIIIColIor mules 4tlIf1101t1 coltluellI will take pleasure Inshowing the fiirm to saleHoltT W WALMH McKlnney Ky Cllpl T II Engl- hlluctNOTICE A Valuable Lincoln Co Blue Grass Farm for Salo- On I IONIIXY oil the fins Isltlidlon Rue1tApvilitnllm ul end twondlefrmohOrutilrchnNnrpwtuud Y1hrlllllllunnllltollnlMiut rojncre on which n t wo tory brick residence with 0 room and well watered acret0third ciuh In hand remainder In emml pay porctIIIIIIIrtlllrolll LillcoinOOUllt Uanhindncreii will be offered Depurate and then all south of railroad on which II the brick nx Idence The farm will then bu offered is n that bid or bldv offering the highest rice will lie accepted Male to begin at 10 oclock AM- Knlllo Iennlngton Iuclc Hlngleton Kphrnlm 1ennlngton Jennie Iennlngton helm EXCURSION TO- MAMMOTU CAVE Friday Oct 5 p 935 the RoundTrip on Reg ular Train Leaving Crab Orchard at 401 A 5t Rowland 420 A M STANFORD 425 A v This amount pays the Railroad fare also board at Cave hotel from arrival for dinner until after dinner the fallowing day Also caveSee PARKE HAIR BALSAM Clnutiri rod ttuunn th h Id fromdM tuzurltrt mouth tKircr Falls to Ittttora Ilalr to II YouthrulColor Owe cap dlr lt tnilllll l hrutplttj FARM FOR SALEI Having inovtHl to UlberltCreek I tIllre- to sell my farm of UU lucre on tin Stanford A Cnib Orchard lk1 miles from Crab or chard Karm is well with com Allinlookover tilt place can cull nn Mr lieldon who lives on tlie farm I J NtzTilgillcrtOnuk1- C7Farm Stock arid Crop for Sale privately IInIII dytermlned pull farming I will Mill prlviilely my farm of Sli acre nwir troutDnnville5JymulestltnntiHl on pike Crop conl t of corn stud oats lurks horMH null hrOOlllllllrettKklunllll u luirgaln II I find n buyer lit tlje next at or days II KINO Morolmul h rriPUBLIC SALE of n IJnroln Odiinty llliw Omar Knrin 1s ngept and nltorney In feet for nit hvlri ot A O ChrUman deeettke t will on HATUItlAY OCT 1101 at the dwvllln buns on tlie pnniln near Morelnnd In Lincoln county Ky sell at liltlniltMmnn mhlml nt ills lHlli Tha farm to It vvry dttolrnble ont and In In n good Mate of culti vation The Improvement are good TKKMH on fay of Mile Halt to tiefln at inoVlock M oharp- KHWAKU AljfJUllN Agent Col J It Chaitdler Auul PUBLIC SALE decided to loeatw rnmnently IB VlrgidnIkinono TIII7UHIVVYOTT 1N4 at oeloak e at my place 18 mule from IlryiinUvlIle on the Uxlnrton plkv aNll to the highest bidder the following ducrllx liroperly Two milk cow heifer good Jerney bull gentle autawohllsouudnot iilrnld of steam or mi thoroIlKhllllllunIItllnrment tw0 hone wngonl hay fnune tiny baler two home rake l eiitltna marrow miuHithlim harrow two No U vulcnn grindtuheprtwrnlx plnerlhorsed Rood land In high Mate of cultiva thin and III excellent repair A benutlfut newcottnge containing U roomaml kltrh on good burn carriage houne xrviint hour and nil nermwnry outbuilding Term made known on day of wile MAIIY It MCOIIATH dipt I M Punt Auct To Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during the month of August fell at a discount a- llFRAMESETC mud silo the same guarantee of sat isfaction as before OIHco over Me Roberta Store 9 to 12 A M 130 to 4 r 1tfW N Craig Stanford tlillfttl I PRESCRIPTIONS I THREE THINGSI Accuracy Intelligence are a part of every In rip tion wo fill Tho doctor does not write them down with the other ingredients because of n tacit understanding that they are to go he I knows they 1ti IlLgo in when you bring his order to us I S aD f a ord DYU4 orlt co1 PUBLIC SALE I will hell my place iU olluliustottvtllomile Vest and one mile from rnrpentcr Htntlon on- TUKHDAYOOT 2 Ilyb n lot of farming Implementii namely Me Cormlck mower new latent Improveil McCormick rnku lilnimplon mower I Hkelu 0Ut1 two lhuraa wagon I bug lilaglu1lowsBoxnnnlCorn HIIIlIur Net or ttc llouaelaold nmi Kitchen Furniture l good gouglh h Wllrrell Organ Vol Nnddlo horse HtRIaItr nice lot of pure brat fowls hose ounb Nhitu Ughorn Olilcken lolden Wynmlottes strain extra urge Nnrrngnnsutt TurkeyHcn weighing from W to 25 IMIIHUU Gobbler from to 40 pounds A nice lot of Whlto Kerretn bred especially for rut hunt bred broil mare I line r yrnr old coltHrluelYnrbyProswct9s0bylIgnlty Nom 0 8515 full sister to Hrquel I cimiblned colt are out of blue shti farestill fumllll enn ht forced IxHh skies One combined lior e4 venrii old 14 year old non uiule linnil high ono piilr of aged mule hand lh inches hlifli workerst I Jnck Sot I yellTII nsgullmake Hrven cow lot of tailed farm of 1M hens nil In and a land as can be found Ingrass the VIIIOlollccollnt homp land well watered two dwllInlC houses llarru stock barns extra tobacco tenant house If not sold will rent privately- JOHN HTKKLK OAUIKNTKB lluitonvllie Ky 1 MENS1kER t J Men of THIS LOCALITY wear i The our air99Dress Shirt in everyconceivable pattern and style The Choice things are Black and White Checks and Stripes and White Plaited Bosom all with SCuffs Attached Ornstein Rices J Neckwear They use in the Wide end i strings and Wide 4inhands and winsors Plain White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs in 1 both Linen and Silk Collars are Medium lWingTan Gloveseither in the Light Weight Dress Kid or Real Cape in heavier weight for thef t These can be gotten only from N J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY f OiNPEUN MASSAGE CREAM ISummerThe of the skin are responsible for mot troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travel with the grease of perspiration clog and stifle the complexionIthem clear and healthy so that the natural oils work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM tthroulh4Ddthem out to perfect development blackheads and wrinkles 4 JofFREE If yon call at our store we will gladly c vc you free a generous sample of the cream and a copy q of the famous book J Trtttiit tn Fatal Manait I PENNYS DRUG STORE f STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln gonnty national DankjOf Stanford I ntUtkY CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 f = s OFFICERSSS H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B OwftLer Stanford U BlUNKs Stanford O W OAKTEK Turncrivllle W COUUIKH treaclicriville L 0 Qoocii Wajnt tmrt W II THAYUIR OIIDert Creek 1t L CUbE Lancaster W O WAIKEII Stanford J R FOSTCU Stanford W H BilASKB Stanford J II PAXTON StanfordsWo rppectfully ollclt the accounts of ImllvliluaU Firm rind Corporations hanks sad Hunker urn mire uriil to fiirnlih all depositor such nccoinmodatlont ns lire consistent with info banking Modern Hafuty Dvpotlt Dozes In our vault for uo of tour Outower T First National BankOt Stanford Ky Capital Stock 500001 This Initltutlon wn established a the Deposit Dank of Stanford In 1851 then reorganised as the National Dank of Stanford In 1689 and again reorganised ai the First National Dark ot Stanford In 1112 having had practically an uninter rupted existence tot il years It better supplied now with facilities for transact tag business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career icccuats oT lidlyldualt Fiduciaries nd Cir petitions Solicited Officers + J HOOKER BT UAimig V PrillIJ MCKOBKRTS W U WRAItENAsst ObI DlreellorsZ L ReId DaDvllle I L T Harris Stanford 1KM D Elmore Stanford n Bangbman Stanford T P Stanford las Robinson Uu J n Bancbman bletJ M Pettui 0 E Tate SLanfordI r tI I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 11 BTANFonn KY SKIT 20 1900 DELICIOUS Ico Cream Soda at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS n Mu JAMES KRAUT sprat Friday In t hfylkvllla- j DR E H MURRAY of Danville woe here Saturday JACKSON CONN of MU Vernon JIhero yesterday 1 MAYOR A n PLORBNCB went to a rManticclk yesterday y MKMRI Uuncn UUCIIANAN and Arch I leKinney are In Ixnilavlllc MR ANTI MRS FIIANK LSD of Mid dlMboro are bore with relatives DR PURCY UBNTON and wife of Brodhoad wore here shopping Satur f day 1 Mna BLIRA BLAIN and Huston Gen try attended tho Lexington fair Satur HAKUIN and John N Menofco IdaMAliK the Lexington Pall Sat C HAKDIN of London was 5 hero Friday with his brother Mark t Hardin Wayne county democrats Instructed Congress for A C Patterson of Iinovlllc for 1Iin Moon and wife of Lib ir5 with their daughter Mrs Ed BALLOU and children of Lexington are with Eld Jos Hallou nnd family MRS CtAUi E PENNYUACKBII and ba 4by of Somerset are guests of her aid Mrs A C Hill CIIAKLCS M BACK of Hustonvlllc was the guest of his brother Mr M G Back Monticello Outlook MK J N GRIFFIN of MarcUburg I and daughter Mrs Sage of St Louis i are with Mrs E J Brown MRS D S McKINNEY and daughter of LaFollctte Tcnn are with tho formers suitor Mrs W 0 Speed TUB ladles missionary society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs Hooker next Friday at 8 oclock MDSDAME3 J B BOURNE of Gar f rand and Homer Tinsley of Virginia were guests of Mrs W K Warner MR WILLIAM M BRIGHT and daugh ter Miss Llrxle Bright of Normal III aro with his brother Mr John Bright I MHSUAMES WILLIAM DUNAVENT of Pittsburg and 1 H Williams of East Bcrnstadt are with Mrs J H Boono MRs LUCY CARTER of Turnersville y Lincoln county Is visiting her daugh ter Mrs J M CarterSomerset 4 Mountaineer a MR SAM LACKEY of Harrodsbirg formerly of Stanford Is In tho city in tho Interest of a special lighting plant Somerset Journal adeptIcandy case at her fathers slo- refill the prettiest ever GUARD hoMER WALLIN come UII from Asylum and took back with John lemons who was adjudged of unsound mind last week Poor E L GKUIIHS writer from Catlcttsburg that the Graded School at j that place of which ho is Superinten dent opened on the 17th with 209 pu pUst IL C RUPLBY has rented and will move to one of Mrs Woodie Halos this week Mrcottages on East Main George D Hopper will move to the Uuplcy residence which ho bought some time ago MISSES MAUDE AND CLAUDE CARTER left Saturday for Evansville Ind to visit Mr and Mrs E T Carter From Evansville Miss Maude Carter will go s to Indianapolis to complete her course in tho oral college there t t MESDAMES BETTIB HAMILTON and It Stucky of Rowland and Miss Mol Daugherty of this place attended 1tho Lexington fair Mrs Stucky re- mainedT In Lexington and will go to Cm cinnati before returning home I v MR AND MRS C R COLEMAN and and daughtersMrs Annie Englcman Misses Salllo Taylor and Nannie Woods t Engleman returned from a lO lays stay at Cary Belt county Saturday f as valuable mining In MicColemanat plaCo PROF JAMES LOVE of Liberty Mo of Mr J B Pax1 is visiting ton and whoatwasireared vicinity In this Prof Love county went to Missouri where ho was for many years In a I Iromlnent colleKt has traveled ex tensively In the Land and other Eastern countries childhoodnow visiting the scenes of his t Ladies Fine Shoes Zeiglers Those very reliable Shoes for the Fall and Winter 11007 110 by 0 nil OilY former 1 mons production Thoy base that very nCC08Snr snap nau suitltlonessthatnothing else wo could put Into our 83 and 8350 shoes to maku them bettor We show nil tho now lasts und loath ers The now walking boots in button and luce are models of shoo making A 200 SHOE We nro oftch nskod Can I got n pood shoo for 82 Wo honestly be wo give you moro style und more servli0 In our 82 clulor Shoo than any shoo made Let us prove It If wi cant your nionoy buck MR WILLIAM SEVERANCE Is at Cor binBOWMAN OWENS of McKinney is threatened with fever MR J S HOCKHR wont up to the mountains yesterday on business Miss HBSSIE MANTIS has returned from a visit to her mother at Indianap olis DR A D WILKINSON a prominent dentist of St Louis is with his relative Ed Wilkinson WALTRR JONBB who is working far tho L Nat Gcthsemnno camd up Sunday to ECO tho homefolks MR AND MRB JAMES F CUMMINS anti Mrs Pettus returned Sunday from a visit to relatives at Wilmore JOHN DOWNRU JR has been elected assistant teacher of the fifth and sixth grades of the Stanford Graded School MR L G HUIIIUE loft yesterday for Hot Springs Ark to be gone soy oral weeks benefit of his heath MR J A BRCK of Russell county- Is hero looking for a small farm lie- is H brother of Messrs William and John L Beck MR J S Rica returned Friday from an extended trip through the North and West ico left Mrs Rice at Cave City on their return home were very much delighted with their outingMIss GKOUCU LEWIS who is teach ing in the Crab Orchard Graded and High School spent Saturday with the homefolks here Eleanor Lewis of Covington who Is with her grand parents here returned with her LOCALS WANTED To buy a few shares of First National Bank stock Apply at this olllcc DOMESTIC Sewing Machines chain and lock stitch on one machine For sale at Muellers NEW line of cooking stoves and rang es just received Call and inspect Hughes Singleton W J has theremainder of his splendid Walnut Flat farm 133 ncrcs to IJ D Holtzclaw for 5000 CURTIS COVER bought of W A Beazley of Lancaster five shares of Crab Orchard Banking Co stock at 115 Tim Ladies Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will meet with Mrs J W Alcorn next Friday afternoon at 3 oclock I HAVE tho exclusive solo of the Domestic Sewing Machine best on the market Call in and see it work W H Mueller GEO B HARRIS Crab Orchard is holding a big reduction sale at his store lie ill making sonic unheard of prices Call and get a share of tho bargains r TIlEtE will bo a called meeting of the Current Event Club at Mrs J C Hays rooms on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o clock Tho members are requested to be present JOHN FALCONRERRY was tried before Judge Warren Friday on tho charge of cutting his half brother linker Walls with an axe He was held over to circuit court in 100 THE societytho McKin ney Baptist church will give an Ice cream supper on Saturday night Oct Cth tho proceeds to go toward repairing the church Frankio Reynolds Secretary and Treasurer MAYOR A B FLORAINCE named tho following gentlemen as delegates to the State Development Convention at Winchester Judges M C Snufloy and J P Bailey and Messrs J Hocker J N Mcnefee and W II Shanks r DR G GOLDSTEIN who has been coming hero for the past 26 years was hero yesterday seeing his numerous pa trons and has by special request decid ed to return Oct 1 ono day only Dr Golcatein Is one of tho finest optic specialists in the country and you will do well to seo him during his stay here A WINNER A playthat has met with success In England and Franca as well as this country called A Race Cora Widow comes to Waltons Opera House tonight It is a clever blending of comedy sentiment dramatic scenes and specialties Tho play is in four acts and four scenes and goes with a snap from start to finish Pete Baker of Chris and Lena fame appears in the star part supported by a company said to be excellent r- Sr Competitors Talk ate Severance Son ore doing this Severance tfc Son are doing that Yes Severance it Son arc doing something nil the time and endeavoring to do it right We lire always tryin to got the newest and best discarding the poor styles and jtoor qualities Especially is this true in regard to Shoo Wo have been importuned to buy certain linos of Shoos that have the looks but lack wearing qualities We have persistently adhered to our former policy to give our customers shoes that wear This policy will provo very beneficial to you this season when loather if high and the country flooded with imitations SEE those all white granite baking pans at George Farris FULL line of fallgoods prices to suit buyers Tribble Pence we Tim colored teachers of this county will meet at Hustonvlllo nt 1 r on Saturday nextIMR W WATT anaged and respected citizen of Crab Orchard died last week Ho was the father of Mr J W Watson who lived hore until a few years agog KILLRD HIMSELFEdward P Ballard aged 83 a wellknown farmer of Paint Lick walked Into the house andII told his family that ho had tnk large dose of carbolic acid lie died in a few hours No cause is given for the deed Ballard is survived by his widow and two children TimE following letter was received by Mr R B Mnhony agent for the in surance company mentioned I desire to thank you for the prompt and sat isfactory settlement made me by the Continental Insurance Company for my house and contents that were destroyed by fire on tho 16th of this month The settlement is entirely satisfactory and the company paid me in full George Ketron A CLEVER comedy filled with laugh able situations and a love interest not of the wishywashy kind is blended in with various other amusing complica tions in a play that has been successful abroad and in this country also called A Race For A Widow and while it is comedy there is a plot and strong dramatic situations aro dovetailed in making a capital entertainment The company is said to be clever and they wilfappear at Waltons Opera House famouscomctllnn TERRIFIC EXPLOSION AT JELLICO Probably the most terrific explosion of thisjsectionIng about 8 oclock The theory most generally accepted as to the cause of the explosion is that Walter Rogers who had charge of a cold storage ware house there shot at a target on a box car which contained the fearful explos ive Of course Mr Rogers did not know the contents of the car or he would never have done so foolish a thing The bullet it is thought went through the car and striking the dyna mite an explosion followed which cost the life of seven persons the Injury of some 150 others and property loss of from 300000 to 500000 The known dead are John Cook a son of the late Milton Cook of Rockcostlc Jos Sellers Walter Rogers George Atkins James Reynolds John Gordon colored and a Syrian whose name was not learned Some of the injured are so badly hurt that they will die The wri ter arrived at Jellico some 10 hours after the catastrophe and witnessed a scene of destruction the like of which ho had never seen or had scarcely read about At least 50 business houses and dwellings were fiat while a hundred or more were wrenched and badly damaged Window glass by the thousands were broken even in that part of the town a halt milo ftom the scene of the explosion The Kentucky side which consisted chiefly of frame buildings was practically destroyed It looked as if each house had been raised and drooped down hard enough to make the roof and floor come together throwing the sides out The brick buildings near est to the scene appear as if they had been burned out All the windows doors and part of tho roofs are gone Every saloon in the town and there must have been 20 was badly damaged some of them entire losses The district where whisky is sold suffered greatest A dispatch says that the citizens have already begun the work of rehabilitation and it is believed they will bo able to copo with the situation without tho necessity of outside help Where tho car containing the dynamite stood n hole was left large enough to put a small house in One of the car wheels was found some 200yards nwny broken loose from tho axle A train for Corbin left a few seconds before the explosion and a man on tho rear end of it was knocked off The train had been standing by tho side of the car of dynamite and had the explosion occurred a few minutes sooner there is no telling how many would have literallytornsome ofthem having been found ISOME weeks ago a hen belonging to Mrs George D Hopper became sick and Dr W Harry Higgins her neph ew who was at her house examined her lie found a largo knot which he at once began to investigate An open ing was made and Dr Higgins found that her egg bag was torn This he sewed up and then fastened the aper ture Her henship was turned loose to live or die the doctor remark ing that ho thought she would live but layerAview of them all and laid an egg and to their still greater astonishment she laid another egg in a few hours OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Karnivrly White Mill law iNHit thoroughly rviiorntiol anti U offlourouch Tu diiy mid Krldny Will tirlnd for tlllulI formerly Glir n trliil W it HMiTJl rroiCrab Ort heal Ky By Special Request Dr G Goldstein- Will Visit Stanford Monday Oct 1st One Day Only at the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Kentucky The value of perfectly fitted glasses withregard to health cau not be overestimated Their eflect upon the nervous system is dircctnnd through this indirectly upon the entire organism- A few of thn troubles which result directly in this particular are Neu ralgia Sick Headache and Nervous ProstrationA mistake is made by most people in putting oil the use tfspec tacks too long The old advice Dont begin specs till you have to has done a world of harm Anyone can by straining and squinting and looking sharp go for n long time without spectacles but he is sowing the seed of destruction in his eyes Consult Dr Goldstein Scientific examinations of the eyes free of charge Office hours from 10 A M to 3 p M nt the St Asaph Hotel Will be in Stanford for ono day only Mon lily Oct 1 WALTONS OPERA MOUSE Stanford Ky Tuesday Sep 25 The great Comely SUC eE8CIA Race for u Widow with PETE BAKER of CHRIS and LENA FAME and a great cast New Songs New Specialties School Shoes There is nothing else to it a school shoo must bo made of good material and of proper construction to stand the knocks of those perpetual motion shoo testers Bring tho Boys and Girls to and lot us tit than with the right Shoe for strtrlco and com fort Little Folks Shoes You must take care of tho little folks feet Try a pair of our foot trimmers They look olngunt yet are perfect fitters Every woman knows about iThe Red Cross Shoe i Shoe for Easy ithe Weari i Twentyfive Million People read i- S about them every month in the Nai tional Magazines We have them ithe Fall styles are in Should like to i ishow you S CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY t 1Nwigwiv wtirY1N6 tiV1tiA Ilrl++ + + EtElrl + ltlllt + + + IIIItl + + JJIII We are Now Ready Withour Fall Line of flmjnellettes Outings tFleecedowQs Etc to supply your Fall needs We a large range of patterns in haveI ettes and Fleecedowns suitable Waists Kimonas and Bath Robes at 1012 12 and I5c a yard We also have our complete stock of Fall and Winter Underwear ready for your inspection Ladies Vests and Pants regular and extra sizes at 25 35 50c and 1 per garment t Ladies Union Suits at 50 65c and 1 per suit Also a line of Childrens Under wear for all ages from Infants to Misses See our new lot of 5 and lOc ware 1 + U + ++ Iitl uJL M HUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 fThe Interior Journal S lertd in the PostOffice at Stanford QI emddIU11Iattr mXUI8HCI TUESDAY ANU FUIDJLY AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH WW1ann not to paid tSOO will be charge t For Sale Privately konseendlo acres ot land situate jatl outside of town llmtu on the Bomerte Jllrl flouo bas rooms kItchen and er collar stable and aU roomTMili outbuildings Water hydrant In stockA S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY McRoberts Drug Store in Office over IitheOwsley Building INSURANCE WlndHtorn lat oatVat Lfghtnlng the OHT and C compnnlosltlpftIOIttd LoweetoJUtKr lnlngI tro 1Intol rergllnequalled Tolkwlt- UMAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ileitdenoo Phone No M DCARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter livery Peed and Sale Stable B 11Yourhandled on Stock Pens In Connection i Two Farms For SaleI 2 with to soil privately my tnrm of170II autollI miles 1Vest of 1o on th and hn- 1I18DI1 iIIaton It la well ImprovYt ot water and timber fenced In repulrsad of 100 acresunimproved antiAlso nn and LxLtnensterrnldwny botwetn 11011 Hood outl4t laiastonplko Ky TIIIKluUNU Give Me Your Order I Can Please You readymade clothing when thereWhy bUT of high tau little dltlerenci In the mensurenient tokenby n tin experienced- 41lort soar I have a handsome line Hprlnc ga timer good I can make from n tow price suit Alsokaalnett null to thll llneil droll OToiconts trouser and fancy vets The company I represent Isonu of the best H U BURLEY the Tailor LAND FOR SALE I Will wll prlvntHlyailnereiof tine farming oniJUiciutorIt led one LoiIagtonpik0aboutUacres tn town rent In Akan 13 nre All under Rood ftnci iintl has plenty 1itaDoverfalling wnter Dwelling bouse and hurt necessary outuulldings- Vracwston glveh for se purposes this tlrlll of year formYell cud the- cltycouncll t lo iippnhoulil lie best Is enforcing the inws lands Inf t ndvnnced rap Uro of Ijincjutt luis and good Is In great idly In prliH ndmlnlitrntor K M W Moe f Dln rtrtncnatrricy j OarI Tray lor niittn is UlskuBrandu Wines Boer t Gloars Etc ItCarpnt DapolSTANFORD KYI t tt plJIIpun4rill attention et ttltgrs NothlniLtbbe otdtrt rtc t Vwapt attention t t e eeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IlarnesaSaddlery ftc STANFORD KENTUCKY OJBce Phone 167 nome Phone 39 Je l Beazley Co TffndertaKera nnd Embalm era Also Potion in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricee Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Col Underwood sold to Bright Fox an aged mulo for 17750 Dr Hugh Reid sold to Lutes Co 1185pound cattle at 4c FOR SAL250 bushels seed rye C C Gower Lancaster Rural Route Jody Burbridge for killing William McClure in Adair county was given 21 yearsCharles Anderson of Lancaster sold to Mr Rubles a mare mule colt Cor 11250 J N Denny sold a mule colt at Lnr caster yesterday at 105 and three yearlings for 360 J Fleece Robinson n bought of William Clark his farm of 375 acres near Lancaster for 16000 FOR SALElt5 ewes one to five years old and three Southdown bucks B F Robinson Lancaster sV11 Cobb sold to G M Wilson or Wilburn Wash a fouryearold jack for 475 Jessamine Journal FOR SALEBlack Berkshire gilt weight 200 pounds with seven pigs two weeks old Mrs W B Mc RobertsIThos McClintock Son of Paris sold to Chas Thompson of Lexington five mules picked from a bunch of 125 for 1000 Hughes Swinebroad of Lancaster sold the Walden farm of 21G acres near Lancaster to John Wages formerly or Knox county at 73 Carroll Reid has rejected all propositions to train for Eastern turfmen and will race his own stable next season says an Eastern dispatch Over 700 mules are being fed for the Southern market by Hardin county farmers and traders They were at 125 to 200 and the lot- ralued Is at 113000 The Pickett Carroll Reids winner or he American Derby and Surburbar two years ago was sold at auction at Jravesend to Billy Lakeland forl500 It is said that his owners refused 50 000 for him once Horses must be scarce on the Pacific coast According to a press statement In Seattle the United States government was unable to purchase horse enough for the army maneuvers at American Lake and was reduced to the necessity of advertising for horses to rent at 150 per day Immense crowds thronged Guthrie Saturday to help the Dark Tobaici Growers Association of Kentucky fennesse and Virginia celebrate its first anniversary A barbecue was irovidcd at which more than 2000 ersons were fed The old officers or the association were reelected LANCASTER COURTA big crowd attended court at Lancaster yesterda and business generally was good It was mule colt day and they were there Tom the four corners A good nany sold prices ranging from 60 to 11250 Aged mules were also high The cattle market was quiet only a few cattle changing hands The sale of J W Dishon was largel attended and a good dinner was spread Prices on horses ranged from 20 to 89 17 two yearofd heifers sold at 1680 milk cows 21 to 39 calves at 7 hogs at 6Jc Household goods sold high The house and lot was sold to yrL Dishon for 1100 cash The lock of goods was not solid Dr Hugh Reid has a valuable geld- Ing by Naboth dam a Harkaway mare which promises to be a great race lorse He stepped a mile in 216 al Lexington the other day and his drive said he could have gone the distance In 112 The doctor refused a handsome otTer for the speedy fellow but declined it believing he has too good a race horse to dispose of WAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy When my buy was two years old ho had a very severe attack of bowel complaint but by the use of Chamberlain 8 Colic Cholera and Diner hooa Remedy wo brought him out all right says Maggie Hiukox of Midland Mich This remedy can bo de mded upon in the most severe cases fven cholera infunlUm is cured by it Blow the plain printed directions and a cure is certain For sale by Stanford Drug Co Since a man has been found with conscience tender enough to reimburse a railroad for a ride stolen 20 years agq- havewe hopes that those missing umbrellas will be returned eventually Atlanta Journal Pain from A Brun Promptly Re lieved by Chamberlains Pain Balm A little child of Michael Strauss of Vernon Conn was recently in 11 at- 1181n imam it burn on the hand and as- cold applications only increased the lamination Mr Strauss camo to Mr imttsN Nichols a local merchant for something to stop the pain Mr ichols says 1 advised him to use Chamberlains Pain Bam and tho- Urat application drew out tho inliam maUon and gave immediate relief hao used this liniment myself and recommend it very often for cuts burnslstrains and lame back and- havo neerknown it to disappoint For sale by Stanford Drug Co That disaster breeds endurance no ono doubts An Easterner who was visiting in California at the time of the recent calamity fully recognized this fact and gave the Californians credit for It A building had collapsed us n result of the earthquake Besides several Californians confined beneath the debris was a New Yorker As the res cuers began removing the brick and timbers a feeble voice called from a corner of the building far below Help herel I am from the East and am unused to earthquakes Take mo out IlrstYouths Companion The laxative ollect of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agreeable and so naturalyott can hardly realize that it Is produced by a moth cine These tablets also cure Indiges lion and biliousness Price 25c Samples free at Stanford Drug Co Chester Savage the boy who killed his cousin near Maysvillc is declared by an expert alienist insane and the victims family will not prosecute the case FARM FOR RENT II liit niTison Hanging York llno hind 1 RCA for corn nnens fur whmit Host good- IltnotGy end grazing 1pp1Y W the uiultrtfgiKMl on tin farm H A rrKAHAxm House Land for Sale llyacresIn nulRhlNirliood and eloso nail church For W I SlollKn Htanfonl Ky FOR SALE I 11 farm of ubodt tiO ocres14inliUsCurUl- of HuHlonvlllu on witorol moil of It IlIlJnI s M nurvs ready for wheat Wnnt to sell tit ante Will null ram ami buy crop with iilac If tnknn In the nost ell day J 0 NBA tan land Ky MAN WANTED I Homo ono near Htiinfon to assist tie In howlnitnnit oellliiK pro wrth s No oxMtr lunch nttriMinry If will tn let ut teauli you tho rail urtntohulneu Halnry in iwr month to honent mini wlllhiR to devote jam of his time tlllhb Imtlnn- 00OPKUATIVK IANMCO Antlni IlldK Mlnnvnpollt Dunn rW B Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky Cash Basis Business Pays Ye have placed on our uounter ono of tholU at National Cash Registers undo to assist in 11111kiD our Gush UuainoM a success This machine will isstia to each cash customer n cash receipt and when the receipts amount to 810 they will bo discounted at our store It pays to pay Lash Try it and be you vinced wrssre IWStanford Kentucky L ISay dont you think this Shower Bath would be fine on a hot Summer day I would like to give you fig ures on a bath room complete Hot and cold water put in your country home at 100 to 500 Satisfaction- guaranteed S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner mill Plumber DONT LET THIS BARGAIN PASS Itiivlnu iloolilcil to KII InnIs In the M miiittltt niimnoM will null on eatiirnis pad at n iMrKiiln delnlhiu riMliluni on Lanicostor Htreet 1I0h0 If seven roomt In nddN lion good cellar two Inttlee porch roollu ludl and n firstclass kith room good Inrn lioiuu warnlioilso uoiil libUBU mul other outliilll llnifnml u Rule Biiixlen lies- Idencoouthulldingsand Hlclnl In llriitolniii partly now HinldMticn lima loin phone water worknilpctrlo Dalit fwd last hut not 11lullIno location nnd lieit of neigh fare Only twumlnutvx walk from ttio JI N Depot turn mil on orj HAhIthonouddross THOtt O Htnnford Ky r vI AWAY COAL Best Weights TO THE IN I CREASE IJiifcinoss HighGrndo Genus we ltavo Bought Famous Griffon Brand for the Fall andClothesl ter 1906 1 1907 Tho Jlfxlola which ready your Inti ootion nt Sam RobinsonsN- ext Door to Lincoln Coon Stanford National BalikT IPotr lUrrr lUrrlburtlUlnoU Cured brEMO Aflr n Yu Twtur WHY SUFFERTHE TORTURE OF ECZEMA OR ANY SKIN DISEASE WHEN THIS GOOD MEDICINE +ZEMO + HAS NEVER FAILED TO CURE K W MtDinx Co 81 310UAaalaoruo IU h HO THiu llttittintf Out 73N mr mess aeQernIron rcrrmawhttsour wedhendMluru Isernielatruroatmlona- of fCI nu ut bola itrtua I eUt t dlOerrnt duellors aMrher tare ilef r wi my etbsratboMIP 7 r11e laIlD of the time IJ butbabd houhtmeboIUt JKtIlb DI1rIIa lIopl b all I 4aaandsmlwbamrpiNrwill howbeforiandarteruun17KMo 31annwern 11oC1I1olIIKO- Icurol lrd aUInIn 7Kiitt kllar I IIDcunudtr uune n 1 of s mlrarlr wo pdiranteraI nquult ancS mmroUZKMO Walra nsrusrnnefroea S1V1J3iriG tAL J aerItcaiuige n41OUAfANTICO BY tPENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD I have just received BIG TAT of the above stoves cud now b furnish you nt u reaBonnble figure rl1l11t X GEORGE H FARRIS t Stanford Kentuc- kyRefrigerators and Water Coolers at Cost for the Next r 10 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