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I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 1900 NO 70 HEN Y M BOSWORTH Who was nominated for Stale Auditor without opposition Mr Joe T Embnj ofills place will be Chief Deputy under him Lincoln county democrats should bear this In mind and glee MrBoKorlh a routing tote In November next Resolutions Of Respect At a regular meeting of llustunvlllo Lodge No 184 A F A M held Oct 26 1900 Ilia folio wing resolutions wcro oITolvd Whercua it has pleased tho Supremo Architect of the Universe to remove from our midst our late brother David J Alcorn and whereas tho intimate relations long held by our deceased brother with tho members of this lodge render it proper that wo should place on record our appreciation of his ser vices as a Mason and his merits a man therefore bo it resolved let That while we bow in humble submission to the will of tho Most High we do not the less mourn for our brother who has been called from his labor to rest 2nd That in tho death of David J Alcorn this lodge loses a brother who was a zealous Mason an honest and upright man and That this lodge tenders its heart felt sympathy to the family and rela tines of our deceased brother in their sad nflllctioh 4th That these resolutions bo enter ed upon the minutes of this lodge n copy be sent to tho INTERIOR JOURNAL for publication and a copy be Bent to r the family of our deceased brother- E V Carson G D Wcatherford Emmett McCormack committee In Time of oe In tho first months of the IlusBla Japan war wo hall a striking example of tho ntcesulty for preparation and the early advantage of thoo wIn 11- 0to speak have shingled theIr roofs In dry weather Tin virtue ol prop ar lon has made history utiil given to us our greatest men Tho individ cal as well nil the nation should be prepared for any emergency Are you prepared to successfully combat the first cold you take A cold can bo cured much more quickly when treated as soon it has been contracted and before it bas become settled In the system Chamberlains Cough Homed Is famous for its cures of colds and It should ho kept at hand ready for Instant use For sale by Stanford d Drug Co iThere is no doubt in our mind bu that Governor Deckham deserves the greater part of his success to himself and he did tho work with his manly and fearless manner on the stump It Is u well known fact that when ho came to Nicholas county that his case was hopeless when ho left hero after delivering ono of tho most deliberate and convincing stump speeches wo Jiavo ever listened to his victory was In Uricken and Bath his many friends wrote him not to come to those counties as ho would receive a frost Ho went and not had enormous audiences but carried both counties It was so everywhere ho went nnd we have reasons that the Governors speeches made him thou sands of votes Mercury CORNS CURED Corn Exit will positively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund tho f money to each and every customer whoso 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 Stanford Ky 1druggist CHURCH MATTERS Tho Presbyterian Brotherhood na tlonalconvention is holding its first see lion In Indianapolis Rev J W Hall of Lexington will preach at tho Christian church at flue tonvillc Sunday morning at the usual hourBy resolution the Baptist convention in session at Richmond Va broke off all relations with the American Bible Society and refused to use their publi cations The first shlpmcnt of water from the River Jordan which is to be sold for baptismal purposes started for Now York last Friday 30000 killogrammcs comprise tho first shipment Rev J Randall Farris of this city has accepted a call from the Christian Church at South Bend Indand will take charge of his new congregation Dec lilt Richmond Register The world Sunday school statistics show schools 260905 teachers and scholars 25414757 of these there are in the United States schools 139817 teachers and scholars 12419807 Rev F S Pollitt once pastor of tho Methodist church here has become as sociated with Chaplain Nave in finishing topical reference system for tho Bible His address is 150 Fifthavenue New York Rev John T Brown Associate Editor of the Christian Weekly of Louis vIlie is meeting with great success In a series of revival services ho Is con ducting in Australia In Sydney a city of over 500000 population he had 185 conversions in Adelaide 337 Rev II Cl Garrison pastor of the Christian church became suddenly ill last Saturday afternoon and suffered a number of hemorrhages Upon the statement of the attending physician the congregation hastily voted their pastor un indefinite leave of absence In order that he may spend some time in a climate Ills believed that such a change will restore him to health Danville Herald A New York Presbyterian divine says the doctrine of endless punish ment must be stricken from the con fession of faith because it is not in keeping with tho divine the loving and Mantter even more human mind can conceive It is pret ty tough we admit but how are some people to get their deserts if our Presbyterian brothers go and abolish hell +Cured of Brights Disease Mr Robert O Burke Klnora N Y writes Before started to use Foleya Kidney Cure I had to get up from 12 to 20 times a night and I was all bloated up with dropsy and my eyesight was so impaired I could scarcely see one of my family across tho room I had given up all hopo of living when a friend recommended FO Keys Kidney Curo Ono 60 cent bottle worked wonders and boforo I had ta ken tho third bottle the dropsy had gone as well as all other symptoms of Heights disease II Pennys Drug Store Edio Were you taken by surprise when he proposed dear Why I hadnt even looked up his financial standing The Colyer House at Somerset burned NEWS NOTES Madiaonvillo is to have 20000 Y M C A building Worden P Small former mayor of Owcnsboro is dead of typhoid fever Vincent Moore and his son were burned to death in their homo at Paoli IndTho National Fox Hunters Associa tion Is holding its annual meeting at Bardstown Tho race problem was upermost at the Southern Immigration conference atNashvilleGen Shatter died near Bakersfield Cal after seven days illness ofpneumoniaTwo old boys engaged in light at Erlington and one of them was stabbed to death After locking seven customers in the vault a lone robber looted the Midland Dank or Newton Kas Myrtle Neal an 11yearold girl was accidentally killed by an unknown hunt er near Columbus Ind A San Francisco paper charges tha vast sums were stolen by grafters from tho funds sent in for the reliefof earth quake sufferers Two women whose added ages are said to be 215 years are inmates of the Home of the Daughters of Jacob for Old People in New York City Six men were killed and five seriously injured when a boiler in the power house of the Lake Shore railroad in Collinwood a suburb of Cleveland The sixyearold daughter of James Cannon of Hopkinsvillc died from the effects of drinking whisky She found a fourounce bottle and drained it of ItsI contentsGov Hayward of South Carolina was elected president of the Southern Immigration and Industrial Association at tho closing session of the Nashville conventionMrs Mitchell was found in herI kitchen in Pittsburg with nails driven through both her hands securely fastened to the sink and her husband is ac cused of the crimeIThe grand jury at Findlay 0 returned an indictment against John D Rockefeller in Cincinnati with the recent Standard Oil inquiry Three other prominent oil men wcro indicted By the collision of two trains on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 47 immi grants who were seeking relief in this country from oldworld oppression were eIther killed outright or burned to death Anna Etly aged 14 told the Louis ville detectives that her father John Etly killed her mother with a case knife She nays he held her by the hair while hd cut her throat Etly is in the Louisville jail At FlemlngaburgGcorgo Walllngford a 12yearold boy of near Mt Gilead playfully pointed a revolver which ho did not know was loaded at his mother and sister The weapon went off and the bullet lodged in his sisters head She is still alive and it is thought will recover Tho bullet entered below the eye and has not been recovered A Year Blood Tho year 1003 will long bo remembered in the homo of V N racket of Alliance Ky as a year of blood which lowed so copiously from Mr Taekets lungs that death seemed very near Ho writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought me at deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Din covery for Consumption with tho astonishing result that a ter taking four bottles I was Completely restored and as tlmo tits proven permanently cured II Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 50c and Sl Trial bottle free Tevls owned SL Wooldridgc of Versailles won the derby for hounds a tho meeting of the National Fox Hunt ers Association at Bardstown Th run was made in a blinding snow storm but a large crowd followed tho dogs Gov Luke P Blackburn whose rep utation as a physician and philanthropist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper ient known to tho medical profession and will cure more diseases than any ono remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil drug gists ant country stores Tho total wealth of the United States in 1904 was 106881415009 according to figures issued by the census bureau In 1890 tho total wealth was 65037 091197 in 1900 83528348798 Pneumonia Follows a Cold but never follows tho use of Foloys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals and strengthens tho lungs and affords perfect security from an at tack of pneumonia Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store I MIDDLEBURG The writer did not lose a single vote in the late democratic primary Rev II M Shouse pastor of the Baptist church is preaching each night at Turkey Knob Schoolhouse lIe reports good crowds nnd good attention Dr J T Wesley went to Louisville Tuesday W T Miller went to Stanford Monday to buy his winter coal E J Godbey has moved to his farm near HustonvilleA affray took place on Dry Ridge last week though we have been unable to get particulars But little attention is paid to happenings of that kind in that benighted region hence our inability to get facts in this case except that the parties engaged were Browns and close akin It seems to us that the bang bang of the fowling piece in the fields here abouts for the last few days was rath er premature when considered from a legal standpoint though it depends altogether on the object the gun is pointed at Doubtless many a poor quail docs not live to tell the tale Mrs E Spears Fisher of Dripping Springs was here Saturday and Sun day to see her father Mr W T Royally Wm Mcintosh of Burnside spent Sunday here Miss Nena Me Daniel Is able to be out after a severe illness from rheumatism Mrs Army Leighner of Ludlow is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Adams WHEN WINS When Langley wins for Congress over Hopkins in the Tenth districtit is time for Democrats to take each other by the hand and stand together for the party of the people John W Langley the slanderer of women condemned in tho courts the alder and abettor of Powers tho shield of assassins and the apologist for assassination When Langley wins for Congress in a Kentucky district it is time for Democrats to shake hands over the past take counsel witheach other prepare for the future and bear it in mind that no matter who the Democratic candidate may be he is ever nearer to tho people and of the people und with the people than the best Republican of them all Tho Messenger fought its fight and with its face ever to tho enemy It has nothing to regret in the fight but when Langley wins in a Kentucky dis trict it is time for Democrats to forget and to forgive to align themselves for the coming fight and march against tho common enemy with not one dis seating voice within the ranksOw ensboro Messenger XINGSVILLE Mrs John Burris nee Annie McKee of Atlanta arrived Thursday to visit the family of J A McKee This is Mrs Burris first visit home since her marriage several months ago and everybody is delighted to see her Mrs SV1V Walter has returned from n visit to Lexington and Paris Mrs Black of Floyd is the guest of Mrs Thomas Lane Mrs Claude Hester spent a few days with her mother at Somerset J C Jennings is spending a few weeks in Cincinnati Cecil Gooch one of tho best operators on the C S is filling Mr Jennings place at the de pot A Mr Wilson is Cecils substi tute at the tower L M Reid of Hus tonville was hero Sunday Mrs Jos Florence and little daughter are visit ing at McKinney Mr Bolander of Junction City was here Saturday E W Creighton went to Verona Sunday The Successful Candidate And now nt last the tumult stops The heelers and the thugs depart The candidate his forehead mops And calms his palpitating heart Ho is elected his the fight righttmadeeLest ho forget lest he forget The two and two that once mado four With his assistance will make eight hell do away with sails of yore And run by steam tho ship of State At last ho promised that he would And unto you 1 now appeal To strictly see that he make good And hold his nose against the wheel Well have to watch him well you bet Lest he forget lest he forget Had a Close Call- A dangerous surgical operation Involving the removal of a malignant ulcer as largo as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by the application of Bucklens Arnica Saho11says A C Stlckolof Miletus W Va Persistent use of the Salvo completely cured It Cures cuts burns and Injuries 2oat Pen nys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Drosf Crab Orchard S Senator and Mrs Thomas C Platt have signed a deed of separation Suits and Overcoats in Good Taste But Not Freakish W E tJJ lSU ITSend fm ffig bLK Wr a IInPerkins LDMAN Crab OrchardI Hog Box Bottoms Meat Cutters Butcher Knixesc W H RIG GINS Stanford Kentucky A Large Consumer oftCoal will find it is to his interest to consult us before buying Wo have the most complete line ot Coal ever carried in Lincoln county It is nicely screened burns well and will plensoyou r Why Not Try a Sample Load rWBLBDENHAM r 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 in your country home at IOO to 500 Satisfaction guaranteed S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tiuner and Plumber FI l i The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH- Ii a cnndldnto for Representative Unco county nuujvot to the action Dem oatlo party J T ROBERTS It cnmlldnte for Mnelfttrnto In tho Ornll Orchard MngUtorlul Dhtrlct subject to thu lactionot tho ileiuocmtlc part l Democratic Ticket For Oongrvu HARVEY HELM r of Lincoln countv TUB Texas Railroad Commission is going after the Pullman Palace Car Company and lias cited it to show cause why the commission should not assume jurisdiction over the car com panys service within the State At the t same time the commission gave notlco of its intention to make n horizontal n diction in the rates for berths nnd seats in sleeping and parlor cars Evidently tho Railroad Commissions or Texas has not been very deeply Impressed by tho argument that cars are hotels on wheels Any howl- the question whether or not person supplying extra passengers are common carriers is likely to be decided In Texas long before the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Federal Courts shall have definitely settled it TUB socialists in Chicago are in highI feather because they cast 24000 votes in tho recent election more than double their vote in 1879 In that year they cast 11829 votes in a total of 5S t 331 This year 24000 in a total of 276 000 The gain has not kept up with the natural gain of voters and at this rate it will bq after eternity before their vagaries are realized by a partic ipation in the government of the coun try TUB Indians of Oklahoma who weroI for the first time given the privilege of voting showed their right to citizen ship by casting their ballots for the Democratic State ticket The red seems better qualified for suffrage than the average black man SENATOR BLACKBURN predicts that tho President will recommend a revs sion of the tariff in his forthcoming message and there are many evidences that the man who usually keeps hia ear to the ground will yield to the pop ular demand J tGov BECKIIAM has issued his Thanks proclamation We know of no on who has more to feel thankful for than t the distinguished gentleman who wrote the documentPOLITICAL Hock gets but 2060 the smalles r majority ever given a Governor in Kan sas The reelection of Representative Sims to the House by the narrow mar gin of 334 surprised the Tennessee poll ticians Gov Folk has drafted a stringent t antilobby law which will be intro duced at the next session of the Mta souri Legislature New York Republicans are worried over the result of the election in that State and are realizing that the dis placement of Odell was a serious mis takeFormer Gov Odell commenting on the New York election says the man agement of tho Republican State campaign was the most asinine he overI knewThe Commercial Travelers Antitrust League of New York has decided to- begin a campaign in behalf of W JIBryan for the Democratic Presidential nominationThe Prison Commission announce the resignation of Col E T Lillard as Warden of the State penitentiary at Frankfort W S Hawkins of Carroll county will succeed him If you had an idea that Huhges and Hearst were the only candidates for Gov ernor of New York you were no doubt surprised to learn by the returns that three others also ran Washington Post Attorney General Hays declined to attend a meeting of the State Capitol Commission at Frankfort the reason given for his absence being that he had not approved the contract and did not care to act under it Through a mistake it was announced that the republican majority in Gar rari county in the Congressional race was 290 instead of 29 as the actual returns show This is an injustice to the Garrard democrats who did them selves in the late Congressional race in the Eighth district and by the arduous efforts of Judge M D Hughes and other stanch friends of Hon Har- i vey Helm reduced the republican ma jority of 250 to 300 to the insignificant minimum of 29 The cheap imitations of Foloys Honey and Tar post you the same as the genuine In the yellow package Why then riSk your health perhaps your life taking them when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure yoUr told results It Isseriousand prevent guaranteed Pennys Drug Store fx t ooIIIf r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Alexander Keith has been appointed postmaster at Bocade Wayne countyI William Heath a tractor and builder diedsuddenly oCI heart disease George Griffith was stabbed and seriously wounded by Fred McBurney at Middlesboro over a game of pool Roy Taylor Charles Tucker and Claude Brotherton all under 18 Plead ed guilty at Williamsburg to house breaking in tho circuit court and were sentenced to the School of Reform un til 20 years old The suit of Judge II R Penningt against Laurel county for an in salary was decided in tho Circuitt Court Tuesday in favor of the Judge He gets an additional allowance of 50 a yearLondon Local Tho temperance people of Middle boro arc working hard for the election which is to bo held there Dec 11 onth whisky question The prohibitionists have started a newspaper called Tho Good Citizen which is edited by the preachers of the town and is Issue weekly This paper it is claimed vill do much good for the temperance cause The saloon men backed by the local breweries and distilleries have also organized and a close election is ex pectedIJohn S May sold hid brick residence on Vernon Avenue to Mrs Lewis oC Burnside for 4500 L E Hunt is back at his old place as proprietor and manager of Hunts machine shops InI which enterprise his friends wish him abundant success He bought out G T Gooch The pay rolls of the Q C will closely approximate 75000 this month Richard Williams who is at tending Central University spent Sunday with his parents hero Somerset JournalThe News tells a story of a caso of unconsciousness which has baffled the skill of physicians for 12 years Herschel Grider son of a prominent farmer at Rowena Russell county has been in a stupor for 12 or years during which time consciousness returned twice for only a few minutes The family carry the unconscious man food at the regular hours and place it on a table at his side If the attendant remains in the room it will not be disturbed but up on leaving the room and returning in a few minutes the meal will have been consumed The man may bo deposited in a chat or on a bed and will not move a muscle or change his position a hairs breadth The cause is unknown but about the time the misfortune occurred Grider at tempted to set off a blast one made from a quart bottle of powder the fuse- becoming entangled around both his feet and when the explosion occurred was considerably shocked- MATRIMONIAL At Frankfort Hczekiah McManus secured a divoroo and married againwith in an hour David Johns aged 17 and Mis Maude Wesley 15 were made one at Fulton this State An Indian Territory husband settled a divorce suit by killing his wife her lawyer and himself Charles Berry and Miss Nora Daugh erty were joined heart and hand at Eld Joseph Ballous by that gentleman Wednesday At Pine Bluff Ark John Smith t widower of 70 and Miss Julia Summers aged 20 were made one Smith has sight children Cut this out and take it othe Stanford Drug Co and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets For biliousness and constipation they are unequaled They 1m rave the anetlto strengthen the dl estlon and regulate the liver and bowels A St Louis special says Cora Mi kle a 13yearold girl from Monticello Ky spent last night at the Union station owing to the failure of her mother Mrs Rushie Mikle to meet her at he train She told Matron Hunter that her mother now resides in Wells ton Mo The Wellston anthoritica were notified and the mother called and got her daughter today Agency Secured We have secured the agency for the Orlbo Laxative Fruit Syrup the tew laxative that makes tho liver lively purifies the breath cures head who and regulates the digestive organs Cures chronic constipation Ask us about it Pennys Drug toreGeorge Ncwkirk charged with the murder of his aged aunt waived ex imination when presented at Falmouth and on motion of his brothers was taken to Cynthiana to be confined tending his trial it being feared a coo would hang him A Negro has been caught at Alexander about 10 miles from Asheville N C who is believed to be Harris who shot two policemen and three Negroes and wounded Police Capt Page Capt C J Van Meter was elected chanc rofthe Western Kentucky State Normal School at Bowling Green and thefacuity for the coming year se lec tea r f First National Bank a Sttntora Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally eetabllahed LI the flank of In 111 then reorKanbed ai Jhe National Rank of Stanford lu 1H5 and again reorganlsed at- the Ftrit National of Stanford In 1881 having had practically an unlnter rupted ilitence for 43 veari It Ii betterl- apl1l1ed now with facilities for transact IsRbusiness promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited is as an T D IN Material of dens Oils Etc for ing and all of on loirs HOOKER Pre T riAHHt V Free McUOHKUTS ObI W H WEAUKNAsst Ohn Directors Reid T Harris K L McKlnney U D Stafford H Bauchman T P Jai Rubble It nnughman M Iettuo 0 E Tate Got Your feed Grind Your Corn Pump Water Saw Wood USE TilE HAGAN GASOLINE fNGINf1 They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 TO 50 HORSEPOWER Hagan Gas Engine Co Winchester K- yPUBLIC SALE OF Jacks andf t TUESDAY Atmy place five miles in the Shelby City at public auction my stock consisting of 32 Jacksn JennetsPUBLIC Also choice Mules number of Horses at place Among the the handsome young saddle Dust and some excellent health compels me to I have been constantly the past years It not during such a long a high standard of stock ble investment for were never known to be and engage ink the raising Sale will begin will servedI Capt English y bMIMES Me PHILLIPS- STANFORD KY DEALT Building all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build Hardware Paints I manufacture conereto build purposes do kinds work Prices application Off J e 8 I J F DanTllle S J S Rocker Stanford Tanner Elmore S Stanford Stanford Iloblnton I Stanford J Stanford Stanford n u 10 n1e 20 ner be blocks concrete Stanford I ldocldrltoutovoto Clovolnml 0- Iwt11o1itpybllosllout my n hllmcu In TH tllHDA NOV W Onu iitimtbn airing wnKon Inmios i niul till f2ioroTurnn flow Hlnulo Turn Inl Plow 2 Doulilu HuovtUKiirmliiu Imple menU iiml Huiiiobold DootU Hliov ol Ilow floes Rakes Iltchforki lot nf 01 of uorn In crib Ik ddeadsbureausrublee ems Ohulrs Wlckluss Oil Htovc 1 Htovei ouch DlihPK Bowing Machine Olockn S Cook IIlo nlopy ulwr 11m too nu- rnerotle to tnnntlon Irhulor 1 Hhelicr I Irliidlntf Htouv loot- S1lprteunndlFlneMjlk low to Uuin KHOUANXKNJIAOII- H IteynoldttAiiqt n u OVE6S T OvercoatsH r FiiieejH ll l thoseiwho care to purchase to give us an Opportunity to show them Of course Greys and Blacks are the only things shown and we showfh ill in great variety at rlcas from 5 X20 r RAIN COATS In this we think we have them all beaten a block Look at them and see Black Shield Sleeker 250 Black Fish Sleeker 3 The old light colored Rover Coat dry as a powder horn 5 A Boys Mcintosh 3 A Boys Cravinette 5 Our Mens Cravinettes are ideal garments at 10 15 1750 and 20 in neat smooth fabrics in Blacks or Grey with long center vents 1iI J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY HAIR BRUSHES I f A GOOD Hair Brush is something that no family can get along without We have every kind but a POOR ONEAt 25c to 2 each 1 11 t 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln County Rational Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 == = OFFICERS S 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 II OWHLXT Stanford II SHANKS Stanford O W OAKTIH Turnertrllte W II CUM FruacheriTllle L 0 Ooocn Waynciburg W n TiUYLOH Gilbert Crook K L Huiini Lancaster W O WALKER Stanford- J n FOBTEH Stanford W U BIIAUK Stanford J II PAXTON Stanford We respectfully solicit tho ncconnti of IndhlduRII Ylrlllllnd Corporntloni Dunks and Jlunktrl nndnrr retMnd to furnish nil drpoltori ncvomiuodatloni Its are coniUtcnt with wife bauklnt Modern Hnfvty IHiwilt Jioic in our vault for use of our Ciutomen The 13riqe Will Rejoice At tho presents site receives no inntlcr what tboy may be or wliero they came from- Ilut if you wish to bo sure that your offering will receive tho admiring attention of everybody get it nt n jewelry store Then you are SURE to bo right You CiVNT go wrong by giving jew elry And you CANT go wrong if you get it here Everything we show you would do credit to your judgment and good taste We enn interest you at n dollar or PO Qr an high na you euro to go in figuressAlways trust to us to have the right goods E H MURRAY The Jeweler Danville e w tf II JtJ r 1 8 7W t f Rain Coats Wo nro new rimming enmo of the very best values in thoeo practical gar meats it lens over liwn our pleasure to show livery Indya wanlrobo should contain n Item tout Tore arc times when nothing else will do Wo have them in most desir able Styles and cloths Blnck Serge nnd Oxford arc especially desirable Come while stock is complete Prices 8750 to 81000 I m ISTANKOUD KY Nov ifi 1000 r Wu have just received n big supply of Comic nnd Leather Post Cards nys Drug Store PERSONALS lION J M ALVBRiOK was In Frank fort this week MB H G COLLIBR of Somerset Is up to attend court Mn A G EASTLAND Is here from Louisville working insurance Mit D J NBWIIURN of Hustonvillo took yesterday train for Corbin t JioiieW M MYHUS of Hustonvllle t passed through to the mountain Tuos dayI VIRGINIA LVNAM of Louisville hat been the guest of Mrs H A IMooa ants Mn W 11 SHANKS has been con lined to his room by Illness several tidays MRS M C SAUFLIY Is with ha daughter Mrs S M logan at Wil more I MRS J II WILLIS ot Crab Orchard Springs paid this office a pleasant call Tuesday MR E T PESCK JR attended the big implement and vehicle show in IxmUvillo LEE UUPLEY is with his sister in Mn rion county Ho will kill a few quail whllo there MR JOHN JACKSON and wife of Franklin lad are with Mr and Mrs John A Allen MR S II Cooed and family of Waynesburg have moved to this city Somerset Mountaineer MR W II HIGOINS went to Louis ville Tuesday to sea tho implement dls play at the big Armory there MIL J WARRKN HOCKEH returned to Mlddlcsboro with Mr Ed Ieyton Tues day and will spend n few days with him GEORGE HONK of tho firm of lIunn d Coffey Morcland was hero yester day Ho reported business good in his town MESSRS ED ANn Woons WALKER of i Garrard wero hero yesterday return- Ing from tho Fox Hunters Meet ot Hardstown Miss LUCY MAliAN who has been holding a successful meeting at lie bron took Tuesdays train for home at London MR I A POTTER who suffered a painful accident tho other day Is doing as well as could bo expected It is be 1 loved that tho sight of tho injured eye twill not bo lost THOMAS HWMRLE who holds a fine X position In tho leading Stanford furnish 4 ing establishment has deserted his old Perryvlllo friends A committee has been appointed to extend him an inn tation to spend Thanksgiving with his companions of other days Perry vlllo Cor Danvillo Herald h LOCALS WANTED Several bushels of green tomatoes at this office FOR heating stoves go to George 11 Farris lies got cm FOR spar will sell two new sewing machines at cost W II Mueller SALTFour carloads of salt just arrived both for retail and wholesale trade J H Baughman Co AM prepared to hugs and will deliver to any one within one milo of my place at GOc each Hayden Shanks Rowland SNOW After alraw days p snow began to fall Wednesday morning 11 and by that night five Inches or more of tho beautiful covered mother earth FOUND ladys black pocket book con taming small amount of money and Owner can call nt this somo papers office and get it by paying for this no tice 6 NEW FIRM Messrs J W Acey and Sid Myers will run a livery stable In the Menefco Btablo on Depot street They have already put in somo good turnouts EVERYTHING in warm goods Misses and childrens leggins 25c and 75cjla dies aver gal tors 35c and 50c Plain and cloth lined rubbers for men woo men and children Ladies 40c to C5c misses 40e childrens 35c Childrens astrachan leggins all colors Sever ance Son FRESH carload of wallplaster ce ment just In J M Phillips Stan fordWANTnTo buy a few shares of First National flank stock Apply nt this office Fon SALE 6000 ginseng seed nf 5 AISALDflMBN wanted to look after oUt interest In Lincoln and adjacent coun ties Salary or commission Address Lincoln 011 Co Cleveland 0 YOUR iscalled the ad vcrtlscmcut of James M Phillips who has a big stock of building material on hand See him before you buy TUB tint law expired yesterday and gun said to be a good crop of them this yearSAiEMr H A asants will sell at public auction on Wednesday Dec 12 a lot of personalty household and kitchen furniture etc See ad next issue LAND BUCHANAN who ran a livery business In the Menefco stable on De pot street have moved to Grecra shop on Somerset street and will do n big junk business ON account of business in the circuit court lion Fontaine Fox Bobbitt could not fulfill his appointment to speak at Neats Creek school house laat night but will do so next Thursday night 22nd Punuc SALERovGeo W Mills will sell at public auction at Hustonvillo on Saturday Nov 24 a lot of house hold furniture including carpets re frigerator sewing machine book case etc Ho will also sell his gentle family horse Tim town council of Kirkwood Mo has adopted an ordinance making it a misdemeanor to tell a lie within the limits of the town It such a law were In force here the jail would soon be filled with those who sny III pay your tomorrow and never do It THE ofthe Christian church will have an exchange and bazaar in the storeroom recently vacated by E D Peyton on Tuesday November tho 27th All members of tho church aro asked to send donations early Tues day morning Tho proceeds will go toward buying n new organ for the church STILL GumiJNCoI James W Guest once owner of tho great Terra Cotta learned to bet while racing that flccty thoroughbred and ho cant shako the old habit At Crab Orchard just before tho election he ran across Josh Wilson who Is also sportive at times and in discussing the Senatorial race theso gentlemen waxed so warm that they were willing to stake their means on their judgment Ill bet this and Ill bet that followed and finally tho wager was arranged this way Col Guest bet 40c that Gov Bcckhams ma jority would exceed 10000 and Mr WIl- son staked u bale of straw that it would not It may take the official count to decide the matter but tho loser will fork over tho minute tho vote Is giv en out Tho mayor of Crab Orchard should put the lid on anti stop tho pernicious gambling business rGREENMr James B Green died suddenly of heart disease at 2 oclock Wednesday He was in his usual health untilabout an hour before the end came Ho was sitting by his fire at homo when he remarked to his wife I feel mighty sick I will fix the bed for you she said and before ho could got in bed life was extinct Mr Green had had slight heart attacks during tho last three months Tho de ceased who was a splendid man is survived by his wife who was Miss Sue Moore of Georgetown and tho following children Misses Hattia and Emma and Messrs Sam John and Edward Green All of tho children except tho last named live in Lexington The funeral will occur at 1 oclock at the Christian church at Hustonvillo this afternoon and tho burial will follow in the cemetery there Mr Green was a brother of Mr P W Green who ran tho Myers House here for ft number ofi years t It UnderwearI 411 t a A 9Q t tospunternct the pinches of the cold weather S qus for Mens Wornenennd Childrens Warm Underwear at zerq prices Oncira Union Suits for lnidies nt f0c ia especially broad alliance Mills goiill for Children nt Soc Boys anil Girls Grey Nibbed Union Suits nt 25c SEFA1c2 SON STANFORD KENTUCKY nt1Singletons clogr RENT My cottage on Portman IFon J C McClary GET y gunixed at Burkes 237 Main Street Danville Ky READ Moore OlTutts nd in this paper for particulars of a free trip to Cor bin OYSTERS celery and dressed chickens at Ceo II Farris tomorrow Satur day DIAMONDS in rings in brooches in studs in ruff buttons etc at Mu ellors LOSTEye glasses and chain between Presbyterian and Methodist churches Return to this once TEIIDYS CIIIUSTMAH CAKB Mrs W H Wilson of Nashville who has n national reputation as a cake bakcrhaa received an order from the White House for a black fruit cako to cost between si0 and 75 Mrs Wilson Is a relative of Mr R J Lyles who married a sister of Mesdames G B Cooper and E C Walton of this place nnd she has been kind enough to send some of her splendid cake to Mrs Lyles kin here ALTIIOUGII Stanford is a fine little town it Is far from being the place Danville is to live in according to Mr and Mrs Walter Denham who left here a few weeks ago to make their home In the Lincoln county capital but returned this week to remain in Danville indefinitely Mr Denham moved to Stanford on account of his business in the coal fields being closer and easier to look after but the friends ho made in Danville were continually on his mind and so great was his desire tore turn to Danville that ho refused to consider business matters and just packed up and nnc Advocate Having got ten used to town life we suspect Mr Denham could not catch on to city ways and the hum of industry here was too great for him Mighty sorry to loso him and his excellent wife how ever CIRCUIT COURT juryin the case of James Carter charged with killing Cecil Crutchfield at a dance in the old cheese factory ncarOttcnhcim in July of last year brought in a verdict of ac quittal at 930 Wednesday morning The case was given to the jury nt 1 r Tuesday and all that afternoon and several hours of tho evening were spent In trying to reach a verdict without avail Early Wednesday morning the jury went to its room and made the verdict above stated Ten of tho jurors were for acquittal on the first vote but two said Carter was guilty and tho 10 had quite a timrf of it convincing those two The jury which was brought here from Garrard was composed of the most substantial and best lookmg men we have ever seen on a murder case here They are gentlemen and their deportment during their weeks sojourn was that of such Five speeches were made in the case J S Owsley Jr leading for the CommonwealthIlie was followed by Saufley and Hon Harvey Helm follow ed tho judge lIon Robert Harding was the last speaker for the defense and Commonwealths Attorney C A Hardin of course had the last appear ance before the jury The speeches were all good and were listened to by a courthouso full of people Carter smiled when the verdict was read while the father was jubilant at his sons release Judge W C Bell who suitors from indigestion left Wednesday for French Lick at tho advice of his doctor Judge Den F Roach of Harrodsburg is holding court in his absence and the attorneys arc greatly pleased with him lies almost as good a circuit judge as he is a convention chairman Bill Zack Yocum and John Coy were fined sio each for trespass Dick Walls was acquitted of the samo charge Tom Haggard was acquitted of pointing a pistol at another Isaac Cunningham was fined 20 each in two cases for selling whisky The suit to decide whether or not the election held in Stanford on tho whisky question in Juno last is legaloccupied the attention of the court a portion of yesterday It will be remembered that at that election Stanford went wet 44 Application for saloon license was later refused by tho city council on the grounds that a vote had been taken up der tho Unit law and the county had gone dry Judge Roach has not yet giyenhl3 decision in the case PRETTY DRAFT The Lincoln County National Bank has had some drafts usctullFirsta map o Lincoln county appears on t The map while small is abundantly largo to give the name and location of every town river creek railroad etc in the county Cashier W M Bright is the originator of the unique piece of bank paper McAFEETheyremains of William Cabboll McAfee arrived at Hustonvillo at noon yesterday and were taken homo of Mrs Alice Lusk where funeral services were held Tho shortI followed in the Hustonvillo As stated last issue Mr McAfeo had been ill a long time and his death did not come as a surprise to those who knew his feeble condition Mr Mc Afee married Miss Mary Lusk of Hus lonville and she ia left to mourn the loss of a kind attentive and good hus band Her friends deeply sympathize with her in her great trouble Deceased was a very bright popular man and was a success at nny and everything he attempted During his visits to Hus tonvillo ho drew to himself the good will of every citizen of that place Truly can it be said of Mr McAfee that to know him was to admire him The following dispatch from Baltimore ap pared In a New York paper Wm Cabbell McAfee former State Fire Marshal and former chief of the Balti more Fire Department and noted as one of thogreatest firelighters and life savers in tho country died this evening While a member of the fire de partment he saved a number of lives Although McAfees resignation was forced by his enemies ho volunteered his services In the great fire of Febru ary lOOt when Chief Horton had collapsed from strain McAfee overruled tho objections of many merchants against blowing up buildings and by the use of dynamite checked tho fires spread toward a region of valuable property He was rewarded by Gov Warfield who made him State Fire Marshal FORJ3ALEI llfiuitldil uptodate little hbme live rooms reception hull Inith light witter newly pigs nd nod milntfil mi tnrie lot All outhouses condition Large tnble with water In town and convenient to nil churches wil SUUoiiKiiln Htunfonl Public Sale of Home in Crab Orchard As ngeut for Alrs Koto IVthm I will sell nt public auction nt Critb Orchunl on HATPHOAY SOY YSltrsl nliv tliorottnist on Ijinniktrr A Htnn ford Htrivt Cnili Orchard luljolnlnif Mrs Klttleling Thccotklgo thrnrootsand u hull There li n good stable on tlui prumlMi Tilt rnttnge now Teiirlr good rttlulr ulIIl the locution good cunti J DANliKKHON Col 11 Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE OF and Jon nets IJacks NOV 20 06 InLnnNbelbylItynt imlillu auction my entire JncK Mtook connUtliiR of 32 Jacks and 34 Jennets Aim choice mules and about tits tame milliter of liuri vi ilL the Mlle time anil time Ilorsesta tivotTvrvdUthe IinmUnnie young Middle otulllon 111 Mold lUtllllti sumo excellent broodmares 1oor health cOIIII mo to quit the busi ness which I have btIIlollllllnUolllnllt In for the past 91 years It U not bOlIUIII to ay that during such a long ixrlod have iioiiulrvU a high standard of stock which will profitable an an Inventment for n nr buyer Mull were never known to Iw no high lluy u lack and ongugo In the lend breach of stuck raising Halo will begin at UloclockUlmwr will twMrvid IH TraVIH HllIlhr Oily Ky CiitttT n Knglliu A Free Trip to Corbin Nov 20th and21st To Attend Moore Offutts Auction Sale of Real Estate in Lynn Camp Park And other purl of tho city lUwlileinM and iusiness property Improved nod unimprov l fare refunded to pnrclmser- sdtldnlatmllesfromUorbin Ternw of In Lynn Camp llirUi cash but unco In II IS and il months with Is r cent Intercut on deferred payment Three Lots Given Away on Day of Sale Term reasonable on other property Write fur particular Moore t Otrutt JorMn Kur A the Auct 1urU Ky I Childrens Coatst L r We have n largo selection of Childrens Coat 0 to 14 yimrg iu plain nUll fancy Inatcrials Prices range from 82CO to 8760 It casts very little to keep the children warm and nice looking Lot us show you Byry The Highest Quality of Mens Shoes Sold m Stanford All Leathers 5 CUMMINS MCLARYST- ANFORD KY u- tiCombs Belt Buckles4 i vV i and Beauty PinsM See our line of Fancy Combs in all the newest styles at from 25c to 225 each Pearl and metal buckles at 25 35 and 50c New and neat styles in Beauty Pins at 10 25 and 50c per set December number of Pictorial Review Patterns in Ask for a Fashion SheetEggs taken in exchange for goods at highest market price L M HUBY COv r t j Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY f l1fi i The Interior Journal Entered in the Pat Olftee at Stanford at scerld elaas mnUere tJHLISHKn TUKHUAYH AND r1uIAY- AT 1oo PER YEAR ASH When not no paid IJOO will be charged PARKERS HAIR ClrtTtMf and tttkutlftc htvf- nxiKitra a ptnrth- Merer Pills Restore Ory- H lr to Its Youthful Cum a t Itlliig MrnlSIIot Dnnrl NEW LIVERY STABLE HiaSBftCLABKSOlTFrcrf JUNCTION CITY KY rinvOtm Turnouts at Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Traveling Wen and Hay For Bale For SalePrivatelyJ- dy house end 10 acres of land situated suet of owo limite on the Somerie Rouge bee t rooms kitchen end ser Itable aod nrogufldlostells Water hydrant h the yard and one for J P BAILEY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately determined to quit farming I will sell privately my farm of 215 news near thu OH miles fromJlorelnndon weltHustonvlllolnnvllle2 uillvit from Crop cottlsls of corn bay situated on andhorsesetolennets jacksand oats II rein If I tired WOOd a buyer in shelndxttor 40 days II B KINO Morelnnd Ky INSURANCE lire Lightning WlndFllormlUre and and Accident None Represented Lowest Poi tlble RatesaGuaranteedwlths Paying lleo MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Ii Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection p Two Farms For Sale Iwlih to sell privately fnnn of 170 mereiS miles Writ of on the Lazi Imston It Is well Improved and un Meaty of wntor find timber fenced sAd In nood repair i Also an unimproved farm of 100 acres 1rtat mldIIY hetwtcn Lancasterand lAx Js IJlton noot outlet each way VeIl t fenced Terlllltnlonlible T IIILIRINO Markabury K- yLAND FOR SALE i Will sell privately Sfll ncres ot line farming land situated Oil front Lancaster on plkealxmt lUncres In town limLexington nit Inits acres cuUlvntloii Ir All under goal fence and tins plenty of neverfulling water l homo lood and has necessary outbuildings Poueulon gl11 for eetllng IltIrlo thlll Yell nnddwclllnq from should 1It seen to iKiapprtclutiMl Hlllc the city council IsenforcliiK the lanilsjn tho of iancnster hn4 nd In rlelnad Rood h In IIIItIdly demand W n Noss ndndutetralor It Not Uvncnstcr Ky i e ltCeT1 Undertaker Embalmer and f 7Dealer in Harp essSaddlery c ITANFORD KENTUCKY Offlco Phone Dome Phone 19 tl JLBeazleyCo I TJpdertflKere and Embalm l ters Also Dealers in Fur t 4illturo MattingaRugs They Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give I 7 Them a Call Prices Right i STANFORD KENTUCKY I i iw n ff 1 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Henry D Holderman bought of J W Perrin a milk cow for35 Thomas Ferrill sold to M J Farri of Danville a sorrel gelding for 140 IIJ A Wood of Owen county sold t Snider of Spencer county 11260I Danville sold to A a gelding by Cecillan Chief for 300 D L Smith and John Thompson have purchased of W J Thomas his farm of 437 acres ncarMt Sterling at 70 i Persons wanting to graze cattle o 80 acres of good grass and plenty water tonvillc apply to N W Pipes Hus At Lexington court Monday mules sold at S15U to 175 cows 40 to and horses 100 to 150 The cattle trade was dull Lost one red yearling steer and ono red cow ut the Stanford cattle pens Monday Reward for information E F Broyles Plato Pulaski Co KyI Fort SALEtO long yearling steers weigh 750 to 000 pounds 32 feeders and stoppers weigh 800 to 1250 pounds See them at Adam Carpenters M J Hoffman Moreland KyIFOR SALETwenty long yearling cattle good stock good colors 15 reds 4 blacks 1 Hereford Weight between 7 and 8 hundred Apply within next 10 days bL D Crow Box 32 Shelby City Ky Farmers of Fayette county have formed a plan for the erection of a large elevator and flour mill to be in dependent of any millers association and to be operated in the interests of farmers only A campaign mapped out at the recent Burley Tobacco Growers conven tion at Winchester is now being made throughout the entire Burley district organization for 15 cents per pound being the object- EsTRAYTwo small red steers weight about 650 pounds one with some white spots and both with horn1I also a red heifer Weighing 700 or 800 pounds Left Monday Reward for information E TPerice Stanford A tobacco factory at Kelsey was destroyed by fire supposed to be incen diary and another factory at Eddyville was blown up with dynamite by raiders who it Is believed are concerned In the fight against the Tobacco Growers AssociationOne biggest sales of jack stock ever held in this community will take place on next Tuesday November 20 when Mr I S Tevis of the Shelby City section will offer his entire hold ings of nearly 100 head Dinner will be served on the ground Catalogues are out Will Lilliard sold to Bonta Bros of Mercer a bunch of 1100 pound feeders at 4 14 cents Eldrid Bean of this county sold to Brook Curry of Lexington a fast young trotter Arlon Boy by Arion 207 for 2400 Mules are selling lower now than at any time this fall said Ben Bright this morn ingAdvocateC Manger of the Burley Tobacco Society has established his office in Winchester and is prepared to send out to county and precinct mana gers constitutions and bylaws of the Society and also pledges All interest ed in the movement who desire this material or any information will apply to him at Winchester Ky Thechestnut stallion Knight of El lerslie the property of 0 Appleby of Now York died Thursday at the breed ing establishment of John H Norris in Woodford county lie was 25 years old He was the sire of Henry of Navarre The Huguenot losten Brancas Knight of the Carter Strong est Embarrassment Bed Knight and other race horses Straw covered the pavement In front of a certain residence to deaden the noise of passing vehicles Mister asked a small boy of a passerby whats this hay doin out hereMy son said the man the stork has just brought a baby to the woman who lives in this house The boy looked once more at the littered street and then said with wide eyesGee U must have come well packed Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle the trouble and the purifying work goes right on lust euro for constipation headache and dilness 25o at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard T ie largest factory in the country for the making of fine writing paper is to be erected at Holyoke Mass The estimated cost of the six buildings together with the necessary machinery is about 700000 Nearly 400 operators will be employed The plant will have a capacity of 30 tons of writing apr dally The mills will form an extension of the American Writing Paper Cos property which now includes 17 factories The Pullman Palace Car Company has Increased Its capital stock to 100000 000 WA il joii Made Happy for Life Great happiness came Into the homo of S C Blair school sjipcrintcndcn at St Albans W Vt when his little daughter was restored from tho droat ful complaint ho names Ito sayi IMy little daughter had St Vltui which yielded to no but grew stcitdlly worso until as a lai t resort wo tried Kleotrio Bitters and 1 rejoice to say three bottles effected a complete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general de blllty female weaknesses Impovoi Ished blood and malaria Gun anted by Pennys Drug Drug Star ICford Lyno Bros Crab Orchar COo Before wo were married con plalned his beautiful young wife you said you would be willing to die for mo Yes dearie the trembling man replied having missed the point of her remark and I meant over word of It Why I only live for you my litttlogirl Not having the heart to let him know she locked herself In her room before permitting the tears to flow Chicago RecordHerald Sells More of Chamberlain Cough Remedy than of All Others Put Together Mr Thos George a merchant Mt Elgin Ontario says I hay had the local agency for Chamberlains Cough Hemedy over since It was introduced into Canada nUll I sell 3S much of it as I do of all other lines I have on my shelves put together Of the many dozens sold under guarante I have not had one bottle returned I can personally recommend this medi cine as I used It myself and given it to my children and always with the best results It For sale by Stanford Drug Co- James Hayncs of Hickman county was drowned in Reelfoot lake while hunting ducks Charles Dell of St Louis who was with him was almost killed by exposure in water Croup- A reliable medicine mind one thus should always bo kept in the home for Immediate use is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent the attack if siren as soon as tho child become hoarse or even after thocroupycougl appears For sale by Stanford Drug Co HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journa AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY IJ5O Few people In the United ItallI hnvo not heard uf the Courler Journal Democratic ID all thing fair In all things clean In all thing U U essentially family paper tfj iptclal arrangement wears enabled toot fer the WEEKLY COLHIEBODHNVL one year and this paper for the price named above Pend jour aubtcrlptlon for the cote bluitlonto tIit ti tin Ojarlorfouraal Collectors Sale for Taxis Due Crab Orchard Graded School District On MAITIIDAY DKO Iftwtvn thin hours or liiptlil e In front of tho lunik iiillUlnu liilnili Orchard Ky I will tell ut lUfolle outcry to tho highest rend lest Milder huproHrty liiTclimttfr mentioned for tuxes luo IJriiU Urchunl Irnilml Huhool District lor the year lIu In iiUUItloit to the amount or tpx n itilllclent amount must Iw realized from those wills of S jxsr untnnd the cost ohudertlswmentI Jhnrleii Davl 9 ucrex laud 2 IU ilitIreorsiHtreetalstcresnOJ White ncre 111 Irs Kate IVttiu tows lot IU J 840ThufullnwIngisrnlswhoe1xrsonnlproperlywill bo told lit tho al ovemiU will Iw uirtlculnrlyilescrlled lu tills col nun lOiiuy prior to the ilnti of Aiilci Del Ailiiiu lfti lohn linker I III linker I W K llohbltt o K Ilolililtt Admr Inn J llurdelt 111 lolin Jarpentrr l D lllOarsonil MCondiT I m J stInreaee11 vniy 01 ilnck Young 1Im w UroUMhorn I in T 7 Sutton Yin Dump 110- hn Klniu 11- 0lorrll Foley ui- ilmrlei Harris in- Vlvlll Holme iris HutuliliiMiii I m minor lliiiliy in- iVnltur Ilinlvy ui- Inrlniiil James IllMlle King 1III wire Illfck Ie 1ahoiuan Maiitiil Jr in nrll PIrrleh I m Johll Iavue 101- as IlenoiintM I in- Ml IVttiiH in- tlriiiu Hvvtrunoo 111- JIIIIII HtriMt in lohn Vernoti III forge Vnnhook in- tufun Wllliurn 1ii JnniOH Wlllmrit IIJ QKOHOK Vf 11HONAUQH Trenmirer unit Collector for Grab Orchard Irtideil Hohool District e esCOOKS It GUARANTEE CURE l llouo blood iiMivlnTTcfliipoit hook lump Jnw 1lIl1tprlngetlltllI iwevny tlioroughpln wurtu heiive ll evil JOII OOKjHInhfonl Ky 55ACRE FARMI MR RENTI tTllo Itlchnnl Collier unit of M acres 011 fnlnrtinek near W T Tuckers Fur pur tleuhinihfe Thoiuni or write to Tliomiu Collier Homeniet HUi A Look Out for Bargain Best rested HOIIII tl rakes for lief ilonl taxes iinitehei lot r j you units at Kami pi now Itslltmttlt nee- prices tot pre dump D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky PUBLIC SALE With the legal agreement of the help or Amandii Porters estate wo will on ATUUDAYJfOSI JIWI 51ItinlgevltWIdnrulncountyi lot one acre mid nev r falllnu lull ml lot Terms nude known on day of wile Holt Is Inntlaoelock John K TrterHnul1Tnrts41i17tlr lnltliyIbsrlnat FARM FOR SALE I The farm oL tho lots Jolla W lalm r U for snit sad the nmlinlgtiml will take destriagtonereaunUU In larmrd county near Iolnt lAavellon the Hluhmoml A Illicit tvr pike and Is lu n high stateof cultivation trey one having clnlms agnlriit said Ia- l1IIrIth will present them tome or m- ysltorney71 alker projwrly proven J W lAIMl11 Executor Blue Grass Farm For Sale I deitlre to sell privately my fnnn of sere In the Find frontliiK on the lllnck pike mid two mile from lliutonvtlle Kami Is In exivllent stile ot cultivation hnprusentuts Include a IIOtIlI nsWcnp 0 six rooms nml In good rcpalrtwo extra good stock Imrtu In splendid condition Kami hat never falling water cistern nt res Idenro stud barn Knnn will le sold on easy terms Hew or write to me nt Htiinford or McKlnney Ky It HAtOIIMAN GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASEYOU Why nndyinnde clothing when there ISMillttledllferencvIn the prlen of ready made cults mid n suit mmletii your measure taken liy on experienced tailor have handsome line of Full ami Winter good I cnn make fromn low lee business suit to tho Itneslilrvsi suit Allo Overcoats Trims er and Kiincy Vests The coniiany I rep resent Is second to none II C HUlIKY Tho Tailor Hlnnfonl Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to sell my farm 8W mlUs West of Ilustonvllle mile from plk Uarpen ttr 01 aeresof rich glue HlallollronlhUlli laud all in grass This fare cols be equally divided to ml vantage so as to haven good dwelling on each plrttt alto necessary outbuildings Tile farm lays almost In a square only sue angle In lines There sort three stock barns I good totmcco Imrn 3 stables tenant house good Inevrrylleldrlx lasting springs lIhI stniims running through whole track J HTKKIK CAIirKSTKK Jlustonvllle Ky POSTED W4twho o names appear Iwlow strictly orhidhtulltlglbhlagorstly kind of tree passing on our plates and will prosecute vi olators to tho full extent of the law Fred VonOruenlgnn Itelclienlmeh Ilros VondrnenlgnnKrif lIelllnlch t t tinnf wm u4A O liiinn rot1 Hofinnnii MriMllnjdeti Welch M U Klniore MHrxlhlTlllllnnIOnrpvntorJnvubJossweln r Mrs IJ Aslilock U a lover Kntl Hiindnrf MrsMlVndleton- W Ii Oordler J Se11I Ourlcr Peter Itiilinar J U Cntncntsoli liiiURhvrtyJ t4prattJJ w1rak 1t K North ll11datytTo Reduce My Stock of SPECTACLES I will during the mouth of August sellnt n discount all FRAMES ETC and give the same guarantee of sat isfuction na before Ollico over Me Roberts Drug Store 0 to 12 A M 130 to 41 M W N Craig Stanford r as rfaaoser PRESCRIPTIONS I THREE HonestyAccuracy THINGS I Intelligence are a pint of every prescrip tion wo fill does not write them down with the other ingredients because of n tacit that they are to go in always and ho I knows they WILL go in when you bring his order to us I S aDfordbrug Mr co1 GRirroNn CLOTHES Grifon Brand Overcoats and Cravenette Rain Coats Best Try one SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY GRAF TING The Emporium at Hustonville will twnnit you to htColllO A IARTNIIt in him IltOPITS VIZ Three per cent on nil Cash IlirchaM so when Uuyiug IHJ SUltK nml get your CHECKS for they have u VALUE of 3 tier cent notwithstanding tho nd vunco on all Conioditien Wo mire still selling at tho Old Price Clothing Our stuck is largo nml complete Material patterns and stylo can not bo surpassed 10 per cent off on Clothing including Overcoat nnd Suite only Our reason for doing this nt the beginning the season i we find wo are overstocked for this market so our mUtake is your GAlS Shoes Our reputation ill wellknown in this mina for handling nnd selling good SHOES It you have never tented a pair you are tho loser amt not wet Come and Be Convinced Our Millinery stock is unsays full and complete Listen 25 per CUlL lower than anycity Give you the ttdvanttge ot the latest Parisian stylet We scotched tho market mill give you the Iwnofil Como and IHJ convinced In every department our stw k is full nnd complete in Ladies arid Chil drens Cloaks Dry Goods Dress Good Underwear nnd Notions Everything for Fall and Winter Wear We can do you good Come and sco us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Ky All Kinds of Hatchets and Axes a4 GEORCE H FARRIS Do Prices Right on Cooking and Heating Stoves at Geo D Hoppers Stanforu Ky t Hardware Queensware TinwareGro ceries Field Seeds c All sizes sewer pipe just received 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 DRUGGjSTI PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded