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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL T VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 16 1006 NO 61 Something About Decatur 111 This is on ideal little central city of 30000 population rapIdly extending cry Lout doty justly boosting as find a Carnegie library as many moru proton boas cities and grander educational ad vantages than Chicago Eleven ruM schools and the James Millikin Unlver city n magnificent monument to ono of tho grandest philanthropists of the I world whose benefactions are not pr claimed from house tops and street cor new nor limited by his income Tho Sangamon river which Is insur ed classic immortality from association with Kentuckys Abraham 1lncolnI flows icar tho city and IU environment I r reminds one of home except the unduI latjons are lets pronounced and tho woodlands less patriarchal Hero is a freshness and universal neatness of homos along tho beautiully paved ter raced shad VI streets with profusion of flowers and ornamental shrubbery ftwhlch suggest ton vIsItor blending of Arcadian and Utopian blessedness Un remitting struct cleaning assures al most absolute immunity from dust even along business thoroughfares where automobiles contribute as largely to street congestion as buggies at Stan ford on court days A complete street car system has one of tho finest trans I fer buildings In America Several largo railroad systems center hero This is pte eminently a city of churches there being 35 places of worship and it squad of tho salvation army always on picket A protestant cemetery at one side of the city Is a sylvan necropolis of impos ing and Inspiring grandeur whilst n Catholic grove at another side is a min alure of beauty Decatur hat but four banks with 10 000000 deposits presumably as much business as Lincoln and Casey with their eight or 10 banks and individual brokers The Kentucky contingent is largo nndI It is no disparagement for It to leak out that a visitor is from Kentucky Many informed mo with apparent pride lhatI their ancestors were Kcntuckiai and some emigrants from our State after 40 years residence are in closer touch with their native State than thousands of our residents who read dally papers One lawyer who has withdrawn from active life amazed me with his famil rarity with our politics nnd politicians and rather mournfully adverted to the passing away of tho giants of his gen oration and tho largely tin horn regime who aspire to tho saddle Remarking on tho demagoguery of then and now ho laughed outright at McCrcorys taf tying sweet Owen with his love for the Gibraltar of democracy In furnishing him with votes to assure him tho nomi f nation for governor in the 70s when it is known in New Foundlnnd that a heeler was persuaded 7 to Ignore instruc I tions and throw down Cerro Gordo Wil party1I7 Alfred II Love of Philadelphia p whosojjplondcd services to tho cause of peace have been again acclaimed by his reelection to tho presidency of the Universal Peace Union said at Mystic Connat tho end of one of tho unions meetingsAfter wo have abolished war our r next duty will be the abolition of foot ball More and more amazing eac year becomes tho fame of this dangerous sport It Is a mania It is un o b session I was talking to some childre- the other day Children I said ho many seasons are theret Four the children answered Correct And what season I ask ed is this one Tho football season said tho chil- I dren In chorus Wounds Bruises and Burns Ily applying an antiseptic dressin to wounds bruises burns und liko In juries before Inflammation sets In they may bo healed without maturation and in about ono thlpd tho time required by tho old treatment This Is tho great est discovery and triumph of modern surgery Chamberlains Puln Balm acts on this sumo principle It Is an antiseptic and when applied to such Injuries causps them to heal very quickly It also allays tho pain nnd soreness and prevents any danger of blood poisoning Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your homovund It will save you time und money not to men ion tho inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail For solo by Stanford Drug Co Under the auspices of tho Republican Congressional Campaign Committee a supplemental campaign textbook has been issued for circulation among Negroes in the North It represents to them that their brethren in tho South oppressed by tho Jim Crow law and other similar are calling to them to help elect Republican members of Congress who will uphold the Pres ident in his stand on tho race question r A Trip to High Bridge time following contribution to tho Saturdays Post was written by little Miss Josephine Price Carpenter daugh ter of Dr and Mrs J G Carpenter and sho secured 1st prize in tho contest youma sum mer I was visiting my cousins near the Kentucky river and a crowd of us went on a picnic excursion to High Bridge Part of tho way was very rough and I thought we were a long time getting there Uut finally the cliffs carne in view The scenery was so grand and bcautftul that it made me forget how rough the road had been and how hungry I was for tho many good things I knew my cousins hnd prepared for omit lunch The road wound around tho cliffs and every now and then wo would get n glimpse of the river far below and just before wo gotI to where our boat was to take us across a steam launch came up tho rfv cr and frightened our horse so that ho came near jumping into the watorI which frightened mo so I got out andI walked to where tho rest of the party were After feeding and hitching our horses to the branches of some treesI wo went down through a hemp field to our boat which strange to say bore my mothers name LIllie C That I thought a good omen Wo had a delightful ride across to tho other side under tho bridge and when I looked up and saw that magnificent structure towering far above us it made me think of tho wonderful ingenuity orI man and very proud too that Kentucky has the second highest bridge In the world tho only one higher being in Scotland and tho difference is small When looked still higher to tho ever lasting hills and cliffs and the river below und its waters beautiful tho bank and broken bluffs and curves andI waving trees I thought how much more wonderful is the hand work of God It was the noon hour After looking around we found an ideal spot to spread our lunch under a large oak tree near the river but unfortunately too near some hogs that were pasturing there for while the napkins were being passed preparatory to eating some ono cried Oh look We turned to see the hogs running off with our sack of lem ons and apples While tho men of our party were in pursuit of them wo heard a cluck cluck from behind and turned again to see an old hen and her brood helping themselves to fried chicken sandwiches and cake Wo settled our selves once more to cat every mouth ful of which was enjoyed After lunch some wanted to go down to tho pocks and some to climb the tight of steps up tho side of the cliff and see the camp meeting grounds We finally concluded to do both So we began the steep ascent up the cliff and we all were nearly out of breath when wo reached the top but we soon got rested when wo arrived ut the camp grounds with its shaded seats and large swings scat tend about When the time came for our departure we were loath to leave but tho trip up tho river was yet to be made so saving goodbye to the placo where so many noted preachers had pointed tho way to Christ we began our perilous descent How thankful wo were to reach the bottom in safety just in time for the launch that was to take us to the locks There was a piano on board and having several gohal voculnnd ing all tho way Some one pointed to togethern hnwever seen before and every now an then wo would get a glimpse of som lovely ferns high up the side of tho cliffs waving in the breeze But wo were nearing the place from where we started Finally some ono said There are our horses safe and Bound so tho goodbys were said and a nevertobe daygyour forget Nothing to Fear Mothers need have no hesitancy In continuing to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy to tholr little ones us it contains absolutely nothing inju rious This remedy is not only per fectly sale to give small children but Is a mod lei no of great worth and mer it It has a worldwldo reputation for its cures of coughs colds and croup and can always bo relied upon For solo by Stanford Drug Co Tho directors of The Bank of Mt Vernon declared 10 cent dividend plusleavingFoloys honey and Tar cures tho most obstinate coughs and expels tho cold from tho system as it is mildly laxative It Is guaranteed Do not risk taking any but tho genuine in the yellow package Pennys Drug Store The public schools of Roubaix a Socialist town in France not only teach the 11000 Roubalx children but feed clothe them as well NEWS NOTES Thomas Welsh killed himself at New port by swallowing carbolic acid Prof Charles Michaels a widely known bandmaster dropped dead at rains have caused much dam ago in Panama and will retard work in the ennui zone In the District Court of Shawnee county Kos criminal proceedings were begun against tho International Harvester Company of America on CO countsThe old homo of President Roose velts mother at Roswell Ga has been selected as the model for the Georgia building at the Jamestown Ex Agent E D Smith of the Southern Cotton Association stated In an interview at Birmingham that ho did not believe tho total yield this year willexceed 11000000 bales The Kentucky State Medical Society went on record as opposed to any re duction in tho standard of insurance medical examiners and fixed the mInI- mum fee at 5 for each examination Tho big insurance companies were scor ed for an effort to procure cheap men for this purpose Nearly 400 delegates to the State Development Convention at Winchester went to Beattyvillo on a special train where they were entertained with aI barbecue The resources of tho Eastern Kentucky mountains were inspected during the trip hundreds going through- a large coal mIneITho Court Of Appeals in reversing a decision from the McCracken Circuit Court holds that a check drawn on a bank prior to service attachment of funds in the bank but not actually cashed until after tho service must give precedence to the attachment which is held goof The grand jury at Atlanta returned indictments against 2U white menI charging them with participation in the recent race riots Two white men had previously been indicted on tho same charge and bills had been returned against Negroes for alleged complici ty In the killing of County Policeman Heard during the outbreak- A new era in the advancement of Kentuckys resources is believed to have been begun by the fifth State Development convention which completed its work at Winchester Much work of importance was accomplished in addition to tho formation of a per manent orgnization and other work given an impetus which will bring it through to a successful ending Owens bore may bo chosen as tho next meeting place an invitation being expected when the Executive Committee meets within a few days MATRIMONIAL The civil ceremony uniting Miss Bertha Krupp Germanys 100000000 heiress and Lieut von Bohlcn member of the Prussian Embassy at the Vati can was performed Saturday in tho little village of Brcdency near Essen Result of Neglect In most cases consumption results from a neglected or improperly treated cold Foleys Honey und Tar cures tho most obstinate coughs and pre vents hcrious results It costs you no more than tho unknown preparation and you should Insist upon haw leg tho genuine In tho yellow package Pennys Drug Store inJmounetains n n called for this week to consider matters of importance CORNS CURED Exit will peel tively 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 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Sick Headache Cured Sick headache is caused by derange ment of tho stomach and by indigos Ion Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets correct these disorders and effect n cure Uy taking these tablets as soon as tho first Indication of the disease appears tho attack may bo warded otTo Oct a free sample und try them For solo by Stanford Drug CoAt a Pew Ind John Howard a widower of 69 was married to Miss Eulah Smith just 1C Henry E Jones of Tampa Flu writes I can thank God for my present health due to Foloys Kidney Cure It Is a pleasure to recommend It thoso needing a kidney medicine Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE We are glad to report the improved condition of Miss Blanch Barnett who has been quite ill A largo black sow strayed from my place last week Reward for her re covery Mrs Brent Barnett Charles Lutes sold to John Foster 20 750pound cattle lit 3Jc Emmett Mc Cormack bought a bunch of yearlings at 23 A good ball game hero Saturday be tween Hustonvlllc and Middleburg re suited in a victory for tho former by a score of 3 to 2 Joe McWilliams constable of Casey county was tried before Squire Pey ton who after hearing all the evidence discharged the defendant The Graded School tax has been duo since Oct Please call and settle J II Hocker Collector Hustonville Graded School district The thanks of the writer are hereby tendered George W Estes for a nice string of black bass received Saturday and these were not half the string ho caughtW Gill and R K Young of Columbia were here Saturday on busi ness Mrs J Roy B Rose and son Val went up to Corbin Sunday where Mr Rose has a good position with the LNServices at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night by the pastor Rev S B Lander Morning subject Lifes Languor Lifted Evening subject Entire Emancipa tion The general agent for DifTees Liquid Soap has established an office on Main Street for the free distribution of their great labor saving invention A num ber of families have given it a test and find it comes up to the guarantee George Cunningham shipped a car of butcher cattle to Cincinnati Saturday that cost him 21 to 3c Emmett Mc- Cormack sold to John Foster n bunch of 1100pound feeders at 3Jc lie also bought 12 yearlings of Mrs M Jones at claim is made that tho snow oCI the 10th was tho earliest on record There was a light fall of snow on the morning of thebattle of Perryville Oct 8th 1SC2 This can be verified by theI members of Gen Thomas division which was located near tho historical spring The snow disappeared with the rising sun and it was very warm there the rest of the day Cashier J W Hoskins of tho Peoples Bank will move his family hero Nov 1 The hand of welcome will be extended to these good people by our inhabitants who are to be congratulated on their acquisition Thos T Starling of Louisville has located hero for the purpose of buying and rchandling tobacco Ho was attracted here by no ticing in the city markets tho excellent quality of white burley raisedj in this locality lie wants the entirecrop of this and Casey counties He is at Ho WeatherfordMrs is visiting Boyle county friends June 11 Reid came down from Corbin to kpend a few days on account of sickness in his family ErG Enoch of Somerset is visiting D S Carpenter Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford is with Miss Helen Hock er Dr Carl Wheeler and wife of Lexington are guests of his parents at the Emporium flats Mr JohnlDinwiddie is in Louisville visiting his daughters tho Misses Dinwiddie The friends o Mrs M F Bradley pate of Anniston Ala but a native of this place will be glad to know that she is now located at 118 West Chestnut Street Louis ville She is delighted to get back to tho land of her birth from which she will not wander again r Danger from the Plague Theres grave danger from the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unless you take Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds Mrs Gco Walls Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where coughs and colds prevail I find it quickly ends them It prevents pneumonia cures LnGrippe gives wonderful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever nnd makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off Consumption Coughs and Colds f0c and BL Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stan ford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Trial bottle free Miss Edna Parsons of Shelbyville Tcnn was run over nnd fatally hurt at the Tennessee State falrNnshvillo She attempted to cross the track whole a race was progress and was struck by a horse + Advice to Housewives No home is so pleasant regardless of tho comforts that money will buy as when tho entire family is In perfect health A bottle of Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents It will euro every member of the family of constipation sick headache or stom ach trouble Pennys Drug Store r r- 7q17DANVILLE Y Our buyer has returned from a second Full trip to Now York in search of new ideas in Ladies Readyto Wear goods It is our intcntioii to alwaya have the very latest styles in stock nUll this necessitates frequent visits tp New York and in addition we keep resident buyer always there to look out for our interests In this way we keep our stock right up to the minute Ladies Suits We now have ready for your inspection over 250 suits and more coming in every day to take tho place of the ones we sell We begin our suits with wellmade suits in Cloth and Mixtures at 814 and show a wonderfulvariety ot handsome styles in finely tailored suits in Broadcloths Cheviots and Mixtures at 2250 to 830 in all the fashionable shades Also a great assortment of very exclusive styles in French Chiffun Broadcloth suits in both tailor nhndo nnd dressy styles from 3250 to 850 Ladies Coals Over 25 diflerent styles in Plaid and Mixture Tourist Coats at every price from 85 to 820 Different from what you will see elsewhere and we believe much less price Fino Black Broadcloth Cloaks in both plain and embroidered nt every price from 810 to 835 Raincoats in n great variety of styles from 810 to 825 in both loose und tight fitting f Silk Petticoats These have become such a necessary adjunct to every ladies suit that wo have bought them in very large quantities nnd have the prices down to no more than the silk alone will cost you We have two excellent styles in black tit 81 made of fine tnlleta At 85 we show four of the best styles over iniule fur the price Made of hest heavy rustling taffeta withvery deep and full ruilles in black und colors Be sure to see these when in Dan vile Long Kid Gloves Wo advise you to buy nil the long kid gloves you need now Wo are soiling them nt old prices while in the wholesale market they are up 50 per cent We have received 82000 worth and they are selling like the prover bial hot cakes Wo have them in 8 12 and 1C nutton lengths in Black i Brown Grey Red Tan White Blue and Pink Black and Whitjj Undress ed Kid Gloves in 12 button and 16 button at 175and 8250 Ladies Furnishings the latest New York tHchions in Ladies Hand HairfOrnaments Neckwear of till kinds New Colored Irish Linen Handkerchiefs for Ladies and Men at 25c Necklaces of all kinds Bracelets in Gold and Jet t Fine Furs Now is the time to select your Furs Our present stock was selectedwith great care from tho entire seasons lino nnd naturally we selected the flues skins Wo are showing all the popular shapes in Real Minks Grey and Blnck Lynx Blue Wolf American and Russian Fox Real Ermino anti all the cheaper Furs nod all with MulTi to match Furs at most army price you want and good value given every time r 73 EtiwLOTh DANVILLE KY M 1 i t s ytea The Interior Journal E C WALTON 1 M F NORTH II a cnndldnto tor lloproccntntlvoot Lincoln county imhjrct to the action UeIJlO ratio party JT ROBERTS Ii ncniutlilnto for MnfiUtrnto In tho Crnb Orclmnl District subject to thu schuss of thu democratic party 1ODomocratlo Ticket- For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county HAD EDITOR Aumioirr of tho Mt Vernon Signal given a few more excu es for voting for Senator McCreary weI would probably have forgiven him for turning down Kentuckys model got ernor in the Senatorial race We fear i that his dislike for Gov Beckham r more the reason of his support of Ser itatorMcCreary than his love for the county statesman and we be Ilievo a glance at his editorial page will f support us in our assertion Ho has used more harsh terms In his figh against the governor than we have eve seen in his opposition to the common enemythe republican partyIn all tho years we have been reading his Mt g t Vernon Signal Dont bother about our trying to thwart tho will of our constituency Brer Albright We have received enough congratulation from some of our Rockcastle county readers to more than repay us for what we have said or done for Gov Beckham even iC we could be moved by such sentiment- or heeded such flattery Wo admit that right here in Senator McCrearys dis- trictl it is not popular to espouse Gov a Bcckhams cause but wo are not hunt ing tho popular side and unlike a few r fellows who dont live a thousand mile away we did not wait until tho last hour to see to which side of tho fens the horse was going to jump EVERY man should give every other man the same right which he claims for himselfthe right to think and speal his sentiments however there aro some who are so narrow between the eyes as to believe there is only one side to any questionthe way they see it and are ready to find fault with those who take the opposite viewMt Ver non Signal And yet in the same pape you raise Cain with us for being for Gov Bcckham Oh consistency I Thou It art a jewel Brer Albright seems never to have heardoC f TIIERE are two things that Marse Henry Watterson is trying with might and main to impress on the public viz The CourierJournal Is taking no hand in the primary and Louisville must re deem herself and tote fair with all the candidates Marse Henry may not bo doing anything in the several 1races but that his news editor is a Me Creary man and a hot one at that even a blind man can see We will also wager our imitation of a Panama that the CJ Is for Judge S W Ha ger for governor FRANK OLouciiUN the famous American League umpire refused the offer of a Senatorial nomination on the democratic ticket in a New York dis trict The district must have been ov erwhelmingly republican or it would never have gone begging to the extent of offering it to a base ball rooter IMANY of them havo a grievance D Newcomb who Is leading the fight against Gov Bcckham in Lou isville was a candidate for speaker of ItheHouse at Frankfort two years ago was defeated by lion Eli Brown an administration man DONT lets get too much interested in the primary and forget tho fact that a democratic Congressman is to bo elected Nov C Get busy and organize against the enemythe republican POLITICAL 1Charles E Magoon Saturday as sueMagoon issued a proclamation declar ing that the policy announced by Sec adherdfJohn Sharp Williams of Mississippi has been secured by the Democratic Campaign Committee of Louisville to open the campaign of Congressman Swager Sherley and will deliver one address in Louisville The place for the meeting has not been selected Secretary Taft in an addess to a committee from tho former revolution ary element in Cuba declared that the United States would retain control un til fair elections were assured He added in substance that the Cubans themselves might hasten the day oft American departure by a proper line of political conduct be remembered by Cincin nati readers that Charlie Kin caid is tho McCreary boomer on that widely read sheet and that lawyer James B McCreary came to his when he was being tried for his lifo in Washington for taking the life or a fel low man Kiricaid is off an old debt which is commendable but his are not accountISomerset 31 1 IAdditJonal Local noted lecture is dead a liON HARVEY HELM democrat nomlneo for Congress will speak at Burgin Wednesday night at Salvli n Thursday night and at Cornishville Friday night Ho Is making a thorough canvass of Mercer county ON Friday night Nov 2 Mrs Long will give her vocal entertainment tIt Waltons Opera House She is a superb singer and every one should hear her The proceeds go towards buying an organ for tho Christian church r To see Next Door is to be pleases The action is so fast that you are actually bewildered and after the curtain falls and you wend your way home ward you think over all the good things you saw in Next Door and you say to yourself I wonder how they did itPottstown Daily News Pottstown Pa This funny show wll be at Waltons Opera House nextTucs day night Oct 18 lioN HARVEY HELM of Stanford Democratic nominee for Congress ad dressed the voters of Anderson county at the courthouse hero this afternoon at 2 oclock says a Lawrenceburg dis patch There was a large and enthus iastic crowd present His discussion or national isues was clear and convincing and received long and frequent applause Mr Helm is very popular In this county and ho will be given the largest majority over accorded a Con gressionalcandidate CHURCH MATTERS Rev E H Hudson of Shohomish Wash has received call to the pas torate of the Presbyterian church at BarbourvilleRev Karagiozian will lecture at tile Turnersville Christian churcl Thursday evening at 7 oclock Sub ject The Armenian Massacre Ad mission 15 cents The revival which has been in session at tho Baptist church for the past few weeks closed last evening with about a dozen additions Rev Mr Bailey is a 1fine preacherRichmond Register Tho Christian Endeavor Society of 1tho Presbyterian church will hold a meeting in the church at Rowland next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock All members are requested to bo present Rev S B Lander of the Theologi cal Seminary Louisville preached two fine sermons at the Presbyterian church Sunday The morning sermon from tho text Pilgrims Homeward Bound was particularly good Rev Goo T Walden of Australia will begin a protracted meeting at the Christian church at Hustonvillo on Oct 21 It will continue two weeks Rev Walden is a very able preacher and good crowds should hear him HIGHLAND Work on the new Methodist church is progresing nicely at present The recent cold snap and frost caught some tobacco and cano uncut causing a loss to several of our farmers Rev Ebright who was returned by the Kentucky Conference to the Kings ville circuit is expected to preach in the school house next Sunday as the old church has been torn down At the box supper at the Highland school house given by tho teacher Miss Fannie Hatfield 12 was realized Ivan Butt took the prize for tho ugliest boy and Miss Sallie Austin the prize for being the prettiest girl H H Walls who has been sick for some time is improving A little child of H F Hortons is quite sick Mrs Mary Graybeal has been confined to her room for several days Wm Reed and wife visited Rev Carrier at Bethel Ridge a few days since Miss Annie Long was at home from Stanford a few lays since II F Horton has returned from Louisville Mrs Lucy Faulkner has returned from a visit to her daugh ter at Ludlow Charley Cook went to Walton Saturday R H Jeter of Mid Jlcburg was in this section last week looking for agents for the Monarch Book Co of Chicago David Goodpas tcr of Brannon is here PrAt the Supreme convention- at New Orleans this week Supreme Chancellor Shiveley will recommend action enabaling tho Rathbone Sisters and the Pythian Sisterhood to consolidate An Awful Cough Cured Two years ago our little girl had a ouch of pneumonia which left hot with an awful cough Sho had spoils of coughing just like ono with tho whooping cough and some thought she would not get well at all We got a ottlo of Chamberlains Cough Memo ly which acted like a charm She topped cqughing and got stout and utIwrites Mrs Ora Bussard Hruf faker 111 This remedy is for sale by Stanford Drug Co A combination of white burley tobacco growers of Kentucky will be attempted in line with smilar movements in other tobaccogrowing districts the aim being in the end to have all planters united to sell to tho ono buyer on the market A meeting has been called for Winchester the first hree days in Nov tuber j Jlrl1I j j Here and There In Paris tho law requires tho barber to wash his hands after every shay and hair cut Tho prediction that Kentucky toil take tho lead over Pennsylvania In coal producing States was made in an address before tho Kentucky State De velopmcnt Convention at Winchester by Dr George II Ashley who spoke on tho wonderful resources of the Ken tucky mountains A lother at 70 My mother has suddenly been mad young at 70 Twenty years of Intons suffering from dyspepsia had entire disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Bitters which have completely cured her ant restored the strength and activity sin had In the prime of life writes Mrs W L Gllpatrlck of Danforth Me Greatest restoration medicine on till globe Sets Stomach Liver and Kidneys right purifies tho blood and cures Malaria Biliousness and Weak ness Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price 50e Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard LCOOKS GUARANTEE CURE Bone spavin blood salvia cupped honk lump jnv KpllntnprlnKcd awtnitiy Ihorouglipln warts luiivoi and ixill evil JOUXCOOKKtnnforit Ky Wheat Land for Rent AUuit UOniTv mile from courthotlM Iuuf liiuc from unulttl HcllllOl tlrtlnuclturn mid nil mctwisnry outbuilding Sited pond 82 ncrca for wlietit Inml rwl In grass Apply to Mrs I M jixxlkulght Hluufnrtl lit W Wlthoriun Htmjt Blue Grass Farm For Sale I I dvgin to sell privately my Turin of 110 ncivs In the Wot End hunting on tbo Illack pike mid two tulles from Iliutoiivllli Knrni U In Ixcollint itnto of cultivation Improvement liuludu u gaud rvslilcneu ol 8Ix room and In god rwiilrtwo extra good tock born rllIclll In gpUiulld condition Kami has never fulling witter cIMtrn nt nlilfiico and Intro Kurin will told on tnsy lormo c or write to me ut Htnnfonl or McKlimoy Ky 1fc 11AI I1IMAN GIVE ME YOUR OfcbER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rcmlymmle clot Ulnx when lucre U MI lit till difference In the prlco of randy innilB suits mid n suit ulndu to your im n urt taken by an vxpvrlvncvd tailor I love a bandsoine lint of Fall and Winter good tltullnustdresteultAIoUterroatsTrous IIrlt nnd Fancy Vests The com puny np resent Is second to none no llUlfKY The T door Htnnfonl Ky Blue Grass Farm for Salel I wish to sell my farta miles lard of Iluitonvllle mile frolll pUe and Uarpen ternHtatloiiconiHtlnRol 1M Bell of rlcli blue grass or tOIIIO pit Knits Till frlll can be equally divided to udvuntnge to us to hnvea gaud dwelllnK on inch plea ulio necvxnary outbuildings The farm lays almost In it mniire only one miKle In lint There are three stock barn good tolmcco tarn ktablen tenant houegood water every Held six lasting springs with utrvmm running through wholu track j HTKKM OAUIKNTKU Huttonvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE I Having rented out my farm mid decided to null fanning I will on- TlRUItMIIAYOCT3M iww 1II11111Ir oiial property con Utlng of ono guod buggy mare ngte mules t youiiRvr mucus long yearling two yeur lath nIlIrenIplesA yearling steer2cows t licit lr calves 1olled Angus bulks brood sows good IJeerlng binder i good Dhamplon nowera and ono old mower of a set of ilacknmlth tools lot of old iron Kratlcr nrtIhugIIylcheck rOWIrIorll planter vhcat timid I DUc harrow t Double A liar owl No IllckHfevd cutter wheat screen ot of corn and sorghum for heel hog box glrlIharass will otter also about 09 lg hemp shocks for mile Daniel K lk sty rgnn lot ot household mid kitchen furnl turelot of stoves The fiirm on which thUsato will be mode b two tulle Kant of Hlnnford Immediately m trio loshen plkuAVONtol J It Chaudler Auct LAST VISIT Dr G Goldstein wilt visit Stan ford Monday Oct 22 one day onlyat the St Asaph Ho tel Stanford Ky The value of perfectly fitted glasses with regard to health can not be over estimated Their eflcct upon tho nervous system is directnnd through this indirectly upon the entire organism A taw of tho troubles which result directly in this particular ere Neu ralgia Sick Headache and Nervous ProstrationA is made by most people in putting oil tho uo of spectacles too long The old advice Dont begin specs till you have to has done u world of harm Anyone can straining nnd squinting and looking sharp go for u long time without spectacles but lie is Owing the teed of destruction in his eyes Consult tfr Goldstein eyesfrIoOffice hours from 10 A M to 3 P fl1t the St Asaph Hotel Will be onlyMonilay II PUBLIC SALE AilmlnUtriitorH Hnloot- iVrkonnlty will 01 Tiri8iuYooT in mm at tho Into lveltU IU of A M Koliiticl diCducd inset four mile North of Htnnfonl tin the- nunIllcTurnlikeroad soil nl public flue this property pt his citato towlti Five itriTH t lulforc it cnlvit S tOW I work how t inn rot inulo cults n fittillly cnrrliiKo wire touco inn chine 85 hand of sheep and n lot of Inrmlntt lliivintittIUIHtor nil suntsof Ile or e chili and over that nnioiiiit n cntllt nf thno- months on note with good security and I lIrlllg IIIIlnlt rulll Inh or sale MAUY O KKIANI- Admliilitrntrlx i5 DXoS Htnnfonl Ky FARM FOR SALE I I will offer for sntty fnrm of ell ncr located 0 miles Vest ot Nloholavlllo In Jcftxamlno county TltUHHDVV XT IS JKlrt The InlllllM lit state of cultlvntlnn running water emigre length ot farm the two teniint huilies two stock iariatwotulaccohorns n iotsl road near the churches drop Mores mill rural mails TKltMHOnetlilrdciuh balance In and a 1IIU iii S cent on tin tie forred ptiymentsand leln n tnlned on Innd At while tithe will JlII lot of stock crops and farming Implements HIM wishing to seulhu farm can como to Nleliolusvllle and rail lilt by phono O KTHOUTMAX Nloholnsvlllc Ky To Hcduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during tho month of August sell at n discount nil FRAMES ETC and give the same guarantco ofF t isfaction as before Office over Me Roberts Drug Store U to 12 A rj 130 to der 1t W N Craig Stanford PUBLIC SALE I I will roll lit puhllo auction nt ni Loupe aid tulles ut Nlnuford and fi mllei from Viilnut Vial on- WFUNEHnA XTT 111110 Thu following desrrllHHl pro wry Quit htn11ngstalr parlor urgnn I lied rump krt i couch sewing machine I rooklni chairs and other furniture dining tnlil lot of dUhes and kitchen furniture set of wagon IInrll1 wheat drill I corn planter check rower ennui shelter cutting lax I eornrriuluT lilu flllIWlllIltIJltor1l lust harrow I shoe el plow w gear fwd a number of othei farming implements I good work horse IIInrt1lIultlhlbarrel of ipple vinegar lot of shingles etc hogsTerm on day of wale Kale wlllbegln promptly nt oclock A JTHINNAMAV Ireachrrsvllle Ky Col J rObandierAuci PUBLIC SALE Of Land Stockand Crop Having decided to quit fuming I will ou- T1IUHSDAYOCT 111 otTer my hams of imacrvs for mile If nut sold privately before situated 14 miles from on tilt MlUdleburg pike to the hlllld hll IIIIr Forty noes In oull Uuianctt In grass The farm Is In a genii stale of cultivation the Improvements ionoUt of substantial brick house of six rooms upper and lower hall large stock lain U lax stnlls driveway In center anti shetl on each star gixid cistern at the and unit lit rll 4nwul ttunnt house oud nil uee esuary outbuildings The sttHk Cnllsllts ol I pair of mule ycors oidl634hands high i orood mares mare unlit colt horse cull splendid harness horse by alxith milk CII1I1tuek owe tanning Implrmeuts ol nil kinds oats and laity I will take 1llIhutIIIhowlnRtbe farm to one wishing to buy of wile Huge to commence promptly 10 oclock T WAIK1H- McKlnney Ky OaptT DKngllshAuct PUBLIC SALE I Having divided my farms with my chil dren I will on TI IIH BAY NOVH htt sell nt publle auctlnn lit III home miles from Htnnfonl on the Irenchersvllle plke1 nil of my erOlInlllrulrly coniUtlng man to bv In foul wtaiillng 6wilkCOWS wiMnllng calves Jack tlIrloldla hlHlts I nil UirreNoFcorn UU rukll1lIlIwlnlrllllllllll urdrr enrncru os ietof blacksmith tools grinding stoncn 1 bug plows I hillside plow I apple mill l cane mill lot ot gear of tool l mini ncruiKr lot of old Iron rooking stove organ lot of household and kitchen furni ture spring wagon buggy twolmrm wagon ox wagon yokxot oxen wheat fan 2 corn sheller dinner bell and a lot other things too numerous to muntliiii IIfI All sums of tin and under rash In over that amount a crept of u months with negotiable notes payable In the Lincoln County Hllllkllt Htiinfonl with per cent Interest from unto All contends to U compiled with Infoni moving prowr ty hule to beght prompll at VoVloek HIKAH ANDKIISON 1 u Htanford Ky S I PRESCRiPTIONS I THREE THINGSI IIother ingredients because tacit understanding that II are to go in always andofI knows they WILL go in you bring ills order to us lStaff foud iu riifla Cor- mllnitrrilitirr 1 y Overcoats J r This cearanV overcoats are n little closer fitting sad n little shorter than a year ago which you Will too by looking nt our stock which Is complete from tho Sur lout at 82500 tho Chesterfield nt 82000 and nil the medium tale anti styles at 81750 816 810 8750 and 85 1 Cmvcnctto Itainconts at 820 1750 81 and 810 Thofo have been elected with unusual care timidre hclievo will please you tarrrtr JET J McROBERlTS STANFORD KENTUCKY STATIONERY We have just received a new as sortment of Stationery All the latest styles in Box Paper Tablets and Envelopes Box Paper 5c to 100 Tablets 5c to 25 Cents Envelopes 5 and lOc PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln bounty national flank Of Stanford I Cftuckye CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 200006o L a OFFIOERSu vu u S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WO WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIERt J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B OwKtEr Stanford B II BIIAKKS Stanford 0 W OAHTBK Turncrivllle W ii OUMUINH Iro clicr Tlllo L O Goocil WiiyiiBibarjf W II THAYIOII Gilbert Creek U I IlDlintt Lancaster W 0 WALKEII Stanford 1 J n KOITRII Stanford W II HIIANKH Btunford 7 IL VAXTOX Otanforil We rcaiMctfully solicit tlio accounts of Iiullvlilunli Klrnuninl Oorporntloni Iliitiku anil lnllkullml IIrt to furiiluli nil dvasltnn inch nccomniodntloiii IK are consistent with nifu liiiiiklnK JltKlern Hafity lkgasitfoxes In our null for use of r Iollr tuslonltltlIn First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock JSOOOOi Thlfl joitUntlon wai established ai the Deposit hank of Stanford In 1S98 then reorganlied ai the National Hank otIBtanford In 165 and again reorgnlied ai the First National Buk of Stanford In 1881 haying bad practically an unlnter rupted cilitenco fur 43 It Ii butte upplled now with facilities for transact IncDailneu promptly and well than ever before In Iti long honorable career Accounts of Infllyldaals FHudarlis and Car tloBi Solicited t Offlcors- J 8 uooKER Pret 8TBAItIU8 V Pros J JMp1tOitFRT8 Ohr W II WRAUENAn Oh- rDirectors t ReId DD9I11e T natrll StalfOrd J locker Btanforc1 UCKlgaeyM IIBaughmaa 8tenfori- T Stanford Ju Itobimob Uut4le 1 n l1alJlIbUlllnSanford J M PeuuBtauford CE Tate Stanford r kwJ4 n r ti tSrANIOJIU KY kr 10 1900 LET us order you somo engraved cnlling cards everything in tho latcs t styles Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS Mrs JOHN ELLI is quite sick Miss KATR ALCOHN went to Louis ville Saturday Mn A G KASTIAND of Louisville is hero working insurance liON AND MRS J N SAUNDRRS spent several days in Louisville MR E G BICKLEY Is hobbling around with n sprained ankle WAITKK JOHNUQN of Springfield has boon with Mrs N J Horton Miss NELL WARRHN has rcturnei from n visit to relatives In Boyle Miss MAnoAUBT JAUUR of lexing- ton is with Mrs W H Wearcnt MRS WM DILLION spent several days with her slAter Mrs Joseph Cot fey W URN WnARBN who has traveling In tho South is nt homo wit tho folks MRS J B BECK and children of Somerset are with tho family of Mr William Beck MRS SALUE SIIIPMAN of Huston vine Is with Mesdamos W 0 Speed and D V Ballou DR P W LOGAN who hon been to Kansas City was on yesterdays train returning to Corbin JUDGB P D COLLIER will move a Lincoln county the first ot next month MU Vernon Signal MRS CURTIS Govnn and Miss Monte Brooks of Crab Orchard were hare shopping yesterday MRS W t HERRIN and eon James Guest Hcrrin are with her sister Mrs F Francisco at Brodhead MRS HELEN HUMAN and Miss Ca mule Hopper of Hustonville wero herewith friends Saturday afternoon MR W P ROBINSON returned from Chicago Sunday leaving his son William very much Improved In health Miss LILLIB GARNRR who has been J visiting relatives at Junction City re f turned to her homo In tho East End i SundayMESDAMES S LYTLE of Danville and II II Bright of MU Sterling were hero with friends and relatives yester dayMR J G WEATiinnvoRD wife and l son Francis came down from hasten vine Sunday to hear Rev S B Lander J preach MR S J CONN who has been hero under Dr Carpenters treatment left Friday for Stearns where ho has aI good position JOHN MENEFEE JR returned Saturday fJom Cary Bell county where hoI went to take n pair of mules ho sold to tho Coleman Mining CoIMR W H TRAYLOR and Miss Polly p Duano Traylor are sojourning now atI French Lick Springs Mr Traylors health has greatly Improved liON HARVEY HmM is In town to day greeting his numerous friends and laying plans to roll up his majority In November Richmond Register Mils ELLIS HARKLEROAD and Misses Mollio Riley and Lottie Caldwell of Lon don were on Fridays train bound for 1 Chattanooga to view lookout Mountain wl afu qthor points of interest BORN to the wife Mr J K Helm In tho West End a 10pound son Tho youngster has been christened Harvey Owsloy Holm in honor of tho next Con grossman from the 8th DllltrlctIREV R B MAIIONY left yesterday for Louisville Indianapolis and Chica go to remain some time Mr E II m Bycira an experienced insurance nan ore Somerset is looking after his business during his sbsence MESSRS JAKE JOSEPH James R Henry Will West Louis Herndon and Herbert Kinnaird of Lancaster passed through this place en route to Now Or leans to attend the meeting of tho Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias LOCALSr GOLD fish 25c each Stanford Green houses Gov BECKHAM will answer some of Bon Hays charges against him this of ternoon Flour him and get both sides of tho case LAST VlsITDr Goldstein will visit Stanford next Monday 22d for the last time See him at the SU Asaph llSlnoTiavo your eyes fitted with glasses e t s A Supplement We Imvo supplemented our already large stock with recent purchases of the most sought for goodn at present We are showing new Plaid Ginghams 10 to 80c Plaid Woolens 25c to 8100 Plaid Silks 75o to 8100 Now shades of Brown in Panamas nod Broad Cloths New Stripe and Polka Dot Percales Dozens of other Items so much in demand and so scarce we have just received nod want to slimy yone SEVERANCE Vl SON STANFORD HUIIIH of all kinds now on sale Stanford Greenhouses ron SAUL Five tam on Whltloy Avenue Ii D tnyton fon SALB Goi BegondhanuM pi ano cheap ftrs T A Rico Stan ford DiAMONns In rings In brooches in 8tj d In cult buttons etc at Mu ellers TUB L N will run another oxrur soon to Cincinnati next Sunday O roundtrip Train will leave depot her at 6 A lp you want to see a beautiful Chin and QucoMwaro display drop In Smith Yaw olls store at Hustonvllle the lire t oi ortunlty CORDIALLY Invite tho ladles to and examine my nice line of millinery before purchasing Mrs Ah E Moore McKinney Ky Tin Ladles Aid Society of the thishBurch at 2 oclock D L YOUNG has been appointed postmaster at Pittsburg Laurel coun ty Ho Is a eon of J S Young of Highland who has been postmaster there for years TUB farmers are pretty busy just now but wo hope many of them will GovtoBeckham answer some playa charges hero this afternoon NEXT DOOH Is the attraction at Waltons Opera House Thursday night next See it and if you dont laugh calland get your money back Reserv ed seats on sale at McKobcrta Drug Store at usual prices TUB friends this deeply sympathize with Mr and Mrs H M Ballou of Lancaster in the loss of their pretty and bright little daughter Patti linn Ballou The little idol of their household had been In wretched health for a long time and death must have been a sweet relief to her TUB papers in speaking of the sale of a portion of the Thomas Mctcalf farm by H P Hawkins to Newton Lane of Fayette say it Is In Boyle county It Is a mistake This magni ficent body of land for which Mr Lane paid alOU per acre lies In Lincoln coun ty nearly a mile from the Boyle coun ty line TilE Central Kentucky Medical As sedation will convene In Harrodaburg on Thursday Ode 18th at 11 oclock A M Dr John T Hunn will open tho discussion on Serum Therapy and Dr J Tom Price will make report on section of Materia Mcdica and Therapeutics Dr Steele Bailey Secretary tells us- 1VItiu driving in from her farm yes terday Mrs M Hoyden Welch narrowly escaped being killed by a freight train at the crossing at Logans creek near Mr H J Darsts She did not observe the train until it was nearly upon her By whipping her horse she got over the crossing only a few seconds ahead of the train YOUR attention if called to tho following public sales which will occur thisI week T W Wallis near McKinney- on Thursday W E Amon on Logans Creek two milts from Stanford on the same day Mrs Mary C Feland on the Danville pike four miles from Stan ford today See advertisements in this Issue of what they have to dispose To TUB TAX PAYKRS OF LINCOLN COUNTYI or one of my deputies will be at the following places next week to collect taxes Mt Salem Tuesday McKinney Friday Huston ville Wednesday and Moreland Thurs day Tho penalty of six per rent goes to the State this year instead of tho IINovsheriff ALCo NMrvld J Alcorn died last week and was buried at Huston villo his old home Ho is survived by his wife and six children who reside at Bloomington III Mr Alcorn was pearly 60 years old and was a kindI hearted clever gentleman and an upright honorable citizen He married a slater of Mr George B Cooper of this place apd was related to tho several families of Acorns in this county tJL IFINE line of harness and saddles just l in J C McClary FOK stoves go to George IL Farris Hes got em HANDBOMB China in chocolate sets roses etc at Muellers FOR RFItTMy cottage on Portman Avenue J C McClary WANTBO To buy a few shares of First National Bank stock Apply a this ofllcc eYoun city taxes duePlease call at Sheriff Hills office and settle Pen citya1VANTRDTwo good cooks for hotel at Harrodsburg Good wages Job as long as you want it Will tako white 1or colored Write or phone John I Van Arsdall proprietor Commercial Hotel Harrodaburg Ky TRAINING STAIILE MPA T Nun ncllcy is building a largo training stable on tho Elkin lot with all tho modern conveniences Keep up tho good work Tho Messrs Nunnelley will Boon have a town of their own FOR RENTThc comfortable and convenient residence on Logan Avenue known as tho Harris house Large and commodious and recently renovated from cellar to garret Possession at once A T and J R Nunnelley Stanford Ky- CARSUCALRe J C Carmical tho wellknown and greatly beloved Baptist preacher died at his homo at Mt Vcr non after a protracted illness He had frequently preached in the East End of this county whero ho was very popular lie was the father of Mrs Kittle Smith who lived hero several years RErunLlCANS of Rockcastle county held a meeting at the courthouse at Mt Vernon Saturday night tho pur poso of which was to express publicly the appreciation of tho Republicans of the district naming a Rockcastio man in the person of Judge L W Bcthur um as tho nominee for Congress in this tho Eighth congressional district MENU It1rs Johnsons cooking school TuesdayPlanked steak with potato roses Chicken and nut timbats potato rolls cream merringues Wed nesdaySalads Thursdayfish In Pi mento tlmbals eggs a la Turk Brains in a border of rice Chocolate and nut fruitcake Friday Breads Saturday Timbal shells and creamed mush rooms Pastry cruellers chicken cro quettes chocolato Bavarian Monday Oyster bisque Ncuchatcl cheese salad fancy sandwiches angel marshmellow cake Tuesday Oysters a la France tomato jelly with curled celery stuffed peppers cheese balls frozen fruit in orange baskets WednesdayCake- sThursdayIces Cut this out it will not appear again THE entertainment given at tho Grad ed School Auditorium by Miss Nannie Barbco Friday evening was in every respect enjoyable Bcyond doubt Miss Barbco is an artist in her chosen line In tho delineation of the old time Ne gro character as It is exhibited by a faultless imitation of dialect and pro- nunciatIon sho is without a rival Those who are too young to know personally anything of tho domestic relations between master and slave aro bothenter tamed and instructed They aro given something in tho nature of an object lesson which teaches them as was most happily said by lIon P M Mc Roberts in a felicitous introduction of Miss Barbcc that tho institution of slavery though indefensible on moral grounds had its brighter side In the mutual attachments between the white and black members of the same house hold Those whose memories carry them back 60 years had called to their minds vivid recollections of the faith affectionIyoung master and young missus with undisputed sway In n word this community is indebted to Miss Barbeo for an entertainment chaste elevated and enjoyable which will be pleasantly remembered The ladiesof tho Stanford Literary Club un whoso Auspices tho rendition was beforefavoredtwoAilsPenny Underwear fThese damp cold days cnll fur heavier underwear We have all weights and styles Union Suits and separate Pants and Vest Our special is the heat Vests and Pants to be had for 25c Best COo and 8100 Union Suits in the country who famous SetSnug Pauls anti Vests at 50c per garment Childrens Union Suits at 25 and hoe in blench and un bleached medium and heavy weight Conic early while stock is completor n- MY stock of winter lap robos is Inj Call and see them J C McClary Till Domestic Sewing Machines in different styles for sale at Muellers ATTENTION IDont fail to call at Tribble St Pences and see their new Fall lines of furniture carpets rugs v etc I DESIRE to sell privately at once ono matono Aston Stanford R R No1 Tim cordiallyinvited to come out and hear Gov Beckham this afternoon A portion of the room will bo reserved for them OLD NoonMrJohn Bright Sr has on his watch chain a small piece of wood taken from theold Carpenters sta tion fort In the West End The timber was cut in 1779 ho tells us and he has been in possession of a small picco of It for over 40 years DUNAWAYMrs Emma Dunaway wife of John Dunaway died at her home near liaRs Gap Saturday after a long Illness She is survived by her husband and eight children Deceased was a devout member of tho Baptist church and a good woman Her burial occurred at Fairview Sunday afternoon NOTICE To the Lincoln county policy holders of The Mutual Life Ins Co of New York It will bo to your interest to confer with me before sign ing any proxy sent or offered you by any ono in which you aro asked to vote for a certain coterie of trustees at thet coming election of members who will compose tho new board R M New land Agent TilE Royer Brothers in Next Door pleased a largo audience In Park thea ter Wednesday evening The acre batic feats Performed by tho brothers were very difficult and tho way In which they were handled proved them to bo artists Tho entire program was filled by stars of tho profession and everyone went away pleased hoping for the future attractions to be of the same order Shenandoak Pa See this great show at Waltons Opera House next Thursday night Oct 18 u 55ACRE FARM FOR RENT Tliu Ulclmrd Collier turin of M acre on Cedar Orwk near W T Tuckers tour lute tUUliirn see TIi 01 n u Boone or write to TIIIJIIUH Cooper Hoinrr ftHtn A Fine Farm for Sale I l wlthto sell privately my splendid farm onlhe fouur et plk one mile trout Htun ford It contains IIcrel of lino land and U nvll ImprovtU with Rood twostory brick residence nd abundant oulnoimt Novae fulling Rater Turin rvntoniiulo For further ttrtloulnr iijiply to- 31t nAtTUHMAN8tiinIoidKy FthM FOR SALE I The farm of the Intu John W Ililnw U for wile Hiiil tno undtTHlHiietl take pleasure In allowing It to any one Untiring to purchase Minn The farm contain flu- ncnrouudts la Uiirnml county Ky near 1olnt leaviU on the Illctitimiiil A Idtnvnu ter pike ami Is in a high glnto of cultivation Any one having ulalnis iigulnst said 1ul suerceststuwhit protein them tome or my attorney It 1alkur properly proven J W PATMKK Hxecutor Waltons Opera House Stanford Ky Thursday Oct ftth j The fatuous BROTHERS IOY ER- in tho now EXT OORJ The greatest Trick Acrobatic Farco Comedy Spectacular in the World SEE The Beauty Chorus The Marvelous Acrobats Tho Woudertul Dcavilo Tho Great Trick Scenery and the original Royer Brothers j4Dont a i ICopyrightWhen you can get such clothes as this ncr Marx TopCoat reaadyto wear nt an eaeyto pay price thero is no excuse for buying oil brands Allwool hand tailoring perfect style tho little label in the coat guarantees it Three colors Oxford Light Grey andTnnV FIFTEEN DOLLARS S GUMMINSMCLARY t i STANFORD KY it DONTwait until cold weather forces you to buy your Winter goods Buy now r and be ready when Winter comes We have a full line of Ladies and I Childrens Underwear for Winter Ladies Union Suits at 50 65 75c i ILadies50c and 100 per garment Childrens Union Suits all sizes at 25c and 50c Childrens Vests and Pants at 1015 and 20c per garmentrf J Infants wrappers from 10 to 65c perIgarmentAlso j and Childrens Hosiery j in plain fleeced and wool at 101525 40 and 50c per pair Pictorial patterns Eggs taken atJhighest market price L M RUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY ft i nit rtII t rIu h tThe Interior Journal R Etittred at ucond dati materIy0Bunnoo ATI500 PER YEAR CASH JilFWhen not paid fSOO will be charged PARKERSIHAIR BALSAM Clfirwi and tnuitintt th tali llomocct t lniurl nt growth I Merer Fall to Xtntore Stir to ito Yontbry puts a dIvun a eatr Moo- tEkndpmatrnu FOR SALE r farmofnboutYlncrei4nllk8Nnrtl- of llustonvtlle on watered trot uf It In cram acres rtmlv for wheat Want to sell fit m corn anti hay crop with plaeo If tnleou Intho uextSfltlnys o NKAI- Morolnml Ky For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situated lust outAlde of town limits on the Somerset and ser vants pike leerothe yard and one for stock J p nAILSY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Having lleterll1lnro to quit fnrmlnlt l well of rt3 ncree near 3IoreliinloVthpbHllnllroailOinil fromwell DnnIII of corn heyOrop consistshunted on pike und oats nr W tellat oa hnrgliin hbllle8 lend abujVr In tin next 30 or 40 days It B KINO Morctand K- yINSURANCE WlndRtorm Life and tire Lightning MTJtO andthe LowestAccident Heprelented 101 ordiUnneequalhdTalk withes Pnyinilkc MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No et BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men patronage is solicited Horse on commission tock Pone In Connection Two Farms For Sale I wish to mil privately my fnrm of 170 Vest of the Lox acrolllmllea foaliinpro nnd hnInglon puce U Is well plenty of water and Umber Well fenced and In good ro unlutproted fnrm of 100 ncros Also nn and lottx between Lancasterlying midway Good outlet way WellInglon plkci TIHUlUtlNOfenced 7Vrm reasonable Markibury K- yLAND FOR SALE ell rlvntelyIlacnnotline fanning land ultimfIll tile mile cm Lexington ucrvs In town lim its 13 nero In cultivation rest In grass All under goal luncuund hue 1lent houso Is nutimmlliddtngleosteerlon yullnndUwullliiji Bhould U iHtn to appreciated Hlnce the city council In enforcing tlio mini In the vicinity of Imnciister lint mlviinceil rapidly In price and good Is In great denmiul Moss lulinlnutintor Moss Jjinciuter Ky ea 1teeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 1C7 nome Phone SS JLBeazleyCo I UndertaKers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Furniture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Rinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right r STANFORD KENTUCKY i i V FARMERS DEPARTMENT H G Lutes sold to Mr Dalton 16 calves at 1650 Thomas Bright sold to Ed Hubbard a milk cow tor 10 May Earl by San Mateo change hands at 11000 at Lexington Dig Tim Sullivan paid Barney GardnerIcorn field at 150 FOR SALEFour good sugar mules and four good feeding cattle S M Owens McKinney H P Whitney paid 3000 for Eugenic Burch a six ycar old race mare by Ben StromeToHumber Gov Francis son of Arion 207j was bought by W O Foote of Dallas Tex as for 6000 Mr Footo sold him later for 12000 Lunsford Shaw sold to F M Martin of Bell county 153 acres of land in the East End for 3900 The land lies on Dix river ESTRAYED A yellow spotted cow with one hind leg white to her body left my place Monday Reward for information leading to her recovery I Mack Bruce A fairly good crowd attended the sale of the late James Walker Givens effects near McKinney Friday and good prices were realized throughout The land was taken down at 3750 The stock yards at Columbia Tenn together with 115 head of horses and mules 17000 bushels of wheat 500 worth of oats 3000 worth of hay besides a quantity of machinery were de stroyed by fire The loss is 70000 Insurance 45000 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Embry 0 Nelson has been appointed postmaster at Victory Laurel county- A mild case of smallpox has made its appearance at Lowell in Upper GarrardThe Corbin Times edited by Mr Metcalf has been merged with the Corbin Laborer Mr Walker of the latter paper remaining editor This is the season of the year W C Grinstead has been elected for the 18th time principal of the Danville public school Mr Grinstead began teaching in 1860 and has held positions in but three counties Lincoln Barren and Boyle he had attended 143 county associations he has been county examiner for 30 years he has Instructed institutes in 75 counties At present he is President of the Eighth Congressional District Teachers Association Southern School Journal Prof Grin stead is the father of Mrs J W Ireland of this place Gov Luke P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthropist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper lent known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than anyone remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil drug gists and country stores The democratic committee of Trim ble county has announced that no mon ey or whisky will be allowed used in the primary Nov C in that county and that it will not certify the returns for any candidate who uses illegitimate means to win Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove all pois onous germs from the system and in fuse now life and vigor cure sour stomach nausea headache dizziness and colic without griping or discom fort 250 Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orehard- When youthful maids are jolly But then the older ones I fear Are thinking of their folly For theres a pang of secret grief That sours ever blessing Fo find ones self an autumn leaf And none to do the pressing A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Uucklens Arnica Salvo is applied promptly G J Welch of ckonsha Mich says I use It in my family for cuts sores and all skin InJuries and find It perfect Quick cst Pile cure known Dost healing salvo made 25o at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford and Lyno BrosCrab rchard Chalburn Mintootn a farmer of Cooke county Tenn murdered his wire and four children fatally wounded two other children and then committed suicide by cutting his throat It is believed MIntooth became suddenly insane as there is no other known motive for his acts A Card This Is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If Foloys Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la rlppo cough and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no plates Thu genuine Is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store I See What we Have to Offer Then Use Your JudgmentTHE I HOPKINS HELDMAN MAKE II Measured by every standard whether it materials or workmanship whether style or patterns our Suits and Overcoats provo their superior worth Como to us told we will fit you out at n low price i W B Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky We have a few bags Armour Fertilizer that we will close out at goodsIprices to make roomfor other Bone Meal 2650 Per Ton Grain Grower 22 Per Ton Wheat Corn and Oats spe cial 1800 Per Ton To bacco Grower 25 Per Ton W H HIGGINS I KentuckyL I A Large Consumer of Coal will find it is to his interest to consult us before buying Wo have time most complete line nt Coal ever carried in Lincoln count It is njcclyscreened burns helland will plcnsv you Why Not Try a Sample Load iM WBLBDENHAM Say 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 inyour country home at 100 to 500 Satisfaction guaranteed Sv H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky inner and lumber Pi ices Right on Cooking and Heating Stoves at Geo D Hoppers Stanforu Ky Hardware Queensware TinwareGro ceries Field Seeds c All sizes sewer pipe just r received n f IMrEwln Young StoefortIlLCurdbrZmoAnrSeaYTonnnlaeJIlumllalloo ZEMO ANY FORM OF SKIN OR SCALP DISEASE V READ MR YOUNCS LETTER STOXCTOHT Iu April Eo W ROSE MKOjasn Co SL Louis Mo 3 1905 Dear Sirs It is n source of pleasure for me to permitrOIJ to use my pictures before and after cured by JCIiMO and to tell did for mo I doctored this case of Acne pimples for six years and spent several hundred dollars with physicians and The more salves and creams I used the worse my face became Mr Ira ltlack ain recommended ZEMO Right bottles cured me and I honestly believe JakinQUAHANT8SO AND BOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD I have just received ti JUG LOl of the move stoves and nm now ready to furnish you one nt n reasonable figure XI GEORGE H FARRIS The Bride Will Rejoice At the presents the receives no matter what they may be or where they came from lint if you with to ho sure that your ollcring will receive the admiring attention ot everybody get it at n jewelry store Then you lire sum to he right You CANT go wrong by giving jew elry And you CANT go wrong if you get it here Everything wo show you would do credit to your judgment and good taste 11o cite interest you at n dollar or so or as high nn you care to go in figuresAlways trust to ua to intro the right goods a H MURRAY The Jeweler Danville YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD IPERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded