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I
E C WALTON
DEMOCRATIC TICKET
For Senator
R L HUBBLE
For KepreientallTe
to Jf M ALVER80N
KorQounty Judge
1R
R C WARREN
> >
For County Attorney
J W SBURCH
I r
j For Sheriff
t w > < ri T JEFF HILL SR
Vy For County Clerk
l f
JrYt V GEORGE B COOPER
It i V iot For Assessor
W A CARSON
For Superintendent Egboole
t GARLAND SINGLETON
r i For Jailer
I i2
r WI HERRIN
I
JUST at present the Negro is a thorn
its the flesh of the white republicans of
Fayette county The Lexington Lead
er which heretofore has been the Ne
gros friend to such an extent that it
has devoted a part of its edition to Ne
gro news is giving the sons of Ham
some wholesome advice about wanting
y office and is attempting to convince
them that they should be satisfied with
II voting and keeping the white members
of the party in office The advice is not
taken as the Leader man would have it i
however and now a Negro named Gar
I ner has announced for magistrate and
here is the writeup the Leader gives
him The Leader publishes Garners
announcement as a matter of business
and of news but it is bound to express
the opinion that if he is sincerely a re
publican and acting in good faith he
is making a great mistake and forcing
an issue that if successful in the pre
liminary stages is bound to be fatal to
his party and disastrous to his race in
the end Some of these long hot days
the Negro will learn who his real friends
are and when he does he will no longer
remain in a party where the right of
suffrage is the only privilege allowed
himTHE
THE Georgia Legislature added eight
counties to the 137 and was still add
ingwhen adjournment was called The
great State of New York gets along
with 61 counties and Ohio with 44 al
though the one has 9268012 popula
tion and the other 4157545 while
Georgia has but 2216331 The mak
ing of new counties is not generally
for the public good but to benefit
some men who want to hold the offices
and localities that want to be county
l seats It is an industry that the Legis
latures of the State have followed too
assiduously for the good of the State
which is generally taxed to support
themEFFORTS
EFFORTS are being made iii New
York and other States to abolish the
death penalty The advocates claim
that it does not deter men from homi
tidal acts though they are bound to
admit that it cuts short the homicidal
j tendency in those upon whom it is in
mctedI
flictedf I
f mctedMR
MR SOMERSET JOURNAL CAMPBELL
has fallen so deeply in love with Gum
shoe Hunter that he prints a double J
column picture of him and refers to him
as our most distinguished citizen
i
POLITICAL
1
Judge Alton B Parker late Demo
cratic candidate for President will be I
at Maysville September 14 to argue the
case of S B Hartman against John D I
I
I Park Co
The Norwegian Storthing by a vote
of 104 to 11 adopted the proposals of 1
the Government for the formal open
ing of negotiations with Sweden forI 1
the dissolution of the union
Thos E Watson of Georgia former I
Populist Presidential candidate IsI
I negotiating for the purchase of dun
ston Hall a large estate in Fairfax I
county Va near Washington with the
intention of moving there
Dr W G Hunter will hereafter
make his home in Somerset It is not
necessary for Congressman Edwards to
make a note of this as he will be re
minded of it before the Congressional
races bloom again Glasgow Times
Chairman J Morgan Chinn of the
State election commission has called
that body to meet Aug 30 for the pur
pose of selecting county commissioners
for the several counties The meeting
will be held in the appellate courtroom
Frankfort
Love oneand another j
Judge not a bdok by its lover
A rolling stone gathers remorse
I Man butts in a little here below
The weigh of the assessor is hard
Hell hath no fury like a womans
corn Dope springs eternal in the human
breastIts a poor roulette wheel that wont
work both waysJudge
The 20th annual meeting of the Amer
ican Bar Association is being held at
Narragansett Pier Jl5 1 Y
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MATRIMONIAL
Frank Meredith and Miss Nellie Wai
ter were married atDC Sinplofl
Wednesday I
1VednesdayJamesli Jeffries of Pineville and
Miss Mary Patterson a society girl of
Mt Sterling were married at the lat 1
ter place
placeAt Green Hid McAllister
aged 19jUind Miss Luella Cooper 11
were made one Parents of the con
tractingTJiarties gave their consent to
the ADAllsKI union > ONAt 1030 Wednesday
day morning Miss NoPe Adam the
charming daughter of Mrs Martha
Bright Adams of Huatonvillo and Mr
Hodman Keenon formerly of Harrods
burgbut now of Frankfort were joined i
in wedlocks holy bonds by Rev J G
Hunter of Harrodsbnrg The Presby
terian church at Hustonville was hand
somely decorated for the occasion and
many friends were present to BOO the
happy pair made one The bride wore
a beautiful creation of champagne s
and carried yellow roses and her nat
ural beauty showed to its best advan
tage The bridesmaid Miss Frances
Adams sister of the bride wore white
and carried pink roses Mr Cammillis
Chatham of Harrodsburg was Mr
Keenons best man The ushers were
Messrs Gaither Van Arsdale J H
Moore and George Robards of Har
rodsburg and A J Adams of Huston
villa The ceremony over the bridal
party took lunch at the brides moth
ers after which Mr and Mrs Kecnon
left for Chattanooga fast train No1
stopping for them 11 Moreland After
a few days there they will go to Wash
ington City and thence to the lakes for
a lengthy sojourn The brideis one of
Hustonvilles prettiest young ladies and I
is a social favorite in that section TheI
businessman
groom is a wellknown young
man and holds a fine position in the of
fice of the clerk of the court of appeals
at Frankforter
FrankforterHere
Here and There
One lineman was killed and another
badly shocked while at Work at Cincin
nati The Russian torpedo boat destroyer
Silni sunk at Port Arthur has been re
floated by the Japanese
Great damage was done by a wind
andj rain storm which swept over the
Bluegrass section of the State I
Three persons were killed and two
engines were demolished in a wreck
on the Union Pacific railroad near 1
Rossvillc Kan
Martin Barth aged 72 is dangerously
ill at Gallatin Tenn He is a native of
Pittsburg Pa and is the first man for
whom Andrew Carnegie worked
The United States Government buildI
ing at the Louisiana Purchase Expo
sition costing 500000 has been sold
for 10500
to a wrecking company
Worsted was the first spun at Worst
ed in Norfolk England in the year
1304 Stockings made of this material
were at first worn only by the common
peopleDr WiHan Rininger a member of
the faculty of MarlonSims Medical
College at St Louis was killed by an
explosion of benzine in the laboratory
of his home
The military guard of Lyon and
Fletcher alleged criminal assailants
who were in jail at Bowling Green
arrived at Russellville with the ac
cused and their trial is in progress
Upon the request of Commonwealths
Attorney Franklin County Judge Pols
of George
grove stopped the funeral
and James Smith who were murdered
of hold
near Elmville for the purpose
ing an autopsy on the bodies
Oysters even after they have been
brought away from the sea know by
instinct the exact hour when the tide
is rising and approaching their beds
and so of their own accord open their
shells to receive their food from the sea
as if still ut home
The little daughter of Mrs John Lea
lately a widow by the supposed suicide
of her husband a sawmill man whoI
resided near Cleveland Tenn has con j
fessed to her grandmother at Murray
Ga where she had been sent on a visit
that her mother and James Hix also a
sawmill man who boarded at the aI
of the Leas killed her father i
A buffalo bull recently slaughtered
in Iowa brought its owner nearly 11
000 The head sold for 600 the hide i
for 300 and the meat for 50 cents a
pound In the year 1877 a drove of
buffalo estimated at 4000000 head
crossed the North Platts river in Ne
braska and were worth 1 apiece for
the poachers who exterminated them
for their hides
These Swiss colonies the people are
organizing in various sections of the
State may solve the scarcity of labor
question but what are we going to do
with the hundreds of laborers who
wont labor asks the Springfield Sun
Yes Senator remarked the re
porter I suppose you sometimes find
it necessary to dodge issues I
Issues 1 snorted Senator DeGraft
Why young man it keeps me busy
dodging prison barsDetroit Tribune
The Cynthiana Democrat makes this
apt observation The Kentucky Fu
neral Directors Association has decreed
that advertisements of cutrate coffins
are not permissible Cutting rates can
not make coffins popular anyhow
if h rijJ iL > I JjW
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The biggest farm in the world Js
said to be the noted Ranch No 1011
in Southern Kansas and extending into i
Oklahoma As the big ranch has 87
000 acres it takes two States to hold it
all at ono time A yearly rental of
30000 is paid to the Indian owners for
a part of the ranch by the government
representing Miller Bros About 12
000 acres have been brought under the
plow while 75000 arc in pasture OverI
GOO men arc employed to mind the 15
000 cattle and 6000 hogs About 300
horses and 500 mules are necessary
to do the farm work The whole ranch
is connected with the main office by an
extensive telephone system They do
not houso thejr reapers but let them
go as worn out when one has cut 1200
acres of wheat The ranch now grows
S000 acres of wheat 2000 acres of
corn 500 acres of oats 500 acres of
alfalfa and 400 acres of rye
CHURCH MATTERS
Rev 0 M Huey will preach at the
Baptist church here at 11 A M Sunday
anil at the Baptist church at Crab Or
chard at 8 p M
Lady of the Houso Why dont you
go to work Dont you know it rolling
stone gathers no mass
Tramp I know butl never dill like
to eat moss
mossFOR
FOR SALE 1
luro brvtl llorkitilro hogs nntl Houthdown
HhiHii AUo litsli uriitltyfttrtliiR DucJiii J
11 lurll lIt < r UiikUmvlllr Ky
Small Farm Wanted I
o
1 deli to rent n Mimll fnrin of 2o to Jtt
brew not > xc < < v < lliiK Sorainlk from vlUuT
Htunford or luuivlilc Knrm niunt Lt well
Improved mid pre fcr It Ixliitf on pike Hpur
giim H IIIIIMHI Mlililltlmrtf Ky
The
GORDON SCHOOL
For Boys in the Country
PROF A N CORDON
Whose IXMinlliiR school for doyn bOAlolIl
Ixtn notttl In Central Kentucky for firm
ilUclplliif thorough liutriictlon nnii lofty
inonils linti taught the liciiutlful Jack
llfiulrlek lIaci II H inllcx IIt of Frank
fort 15 1IIll1l1ttlI wulK from Huge HlHtlon on
thol AN It It lie invite purentx who
consider the formation of clnirnctiT the
arner atone of education to ttxnmlm the
Ideal conditions afforded liy hU school from
every point of vlll w
The school opens Sept I Ii
I9O6 Write Prof Cordon at
Frankfort for catalogue
i GOODNIGHTS REST I
Speak for It P she cried to doggie
For the knew In her little heart
That German Syrup home great trearora
Could health and joy impart
CTUe greatest tonic on earth is a good
nights rest Restless nights and the ter
rible exhaustion of a hacking cough arc
dread dangers of the poor consumptive
fBut why this fear of the night when a
few doses of Dr Boschees German Syrup
will insure refreshing steep entirely free
from cough or night sweat Free ex
pectoration in the morning is made cer
tain b1 taking German Syrup
eWe knoW by the experience of over I
thirtyfive years that one yvcent bottle of
German Syrup will speedily relieve or
cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or
lung trouble and that even in bad
case of consumption one large bottle of
German Syrup will work wonders it
fTwo aizei asc aad Esc AU druggist
For Sale at Pennys Drug Store
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A Good Chance to Get
Summer Clothing
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We have atpretty fair stock of Two Piece Suits
left and we want to make a price that will make
them go to do that we cut them as follows 1 fI
r
5 Suits Reduced to 375
N 750 Suits Reduced to 5 if
10 Suits Reduced to 7 > f
I 1250 Suits Reduce to 8
A few pairs of boys long pants in the oldfash
ioned Blue Cottonade reduced from 50 to 35c
These are clean new fresh uptodate goods No 01
old stuff at all Ii
H J MROBERTS STANFORDJ 1
50 REWARD
will glut ra rrwunr for InrOrlllfttlon 10111
i
twin m old lurk 1
of a twoyenrold
Inn to the ncorlof
orrel gelding 18JI hand high Koniuii nau >
hlllck mnnr tine Gull which wnlolen July
111111101 conlctloll of thr tlllf or wIll gl
Illwnu nwnrd for the return of thr colt
1111
lheMtntroneriialnndingrewtni of IAII
Ai tht
harrthI tII will lit worth on a tllIlI
fur II
IUr II Illflni
to look niter thU one JItOOK
K
lAng U1tnneePhonel 1IIllIlItOIl
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BTOXB ft CLASSSOH Inn
JUNCTION CITY KY
at Reasonable Katti
Tintdate Tnrnouta
lpeclal Attention to Tranllnlt lieD
Grain and Day For Bale
FARM AT PRIVATE SALE I
contaIn M nerve of hind III lOUtI
Farm eulthptlOIlt ndlr from ml low
dill of
chllrd on uiitisii tI flntgnrdei
ow tu rrlati cultlvlltlOIl nn IInrdn
cOlloht 0
olou dofgIZToonnneWlypr Iwn 1 mind In
II 4 fnlltl
ra9slrCItenuudoor
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good
very nUIIIlrOUI mutt In goad con
outhOIIWP
ruuiuuM Hpltilldtiil > niHllworrll > Will
Uitlon MpI II JOMKM
aellprtvntrlyy1msJIiJnrra
tell privately KoxT3ratiUrclmrdKy
Small Farm For Sale
111111 fiirm of CI acre ot In ml
I denlre to mlljny
Olympian
rank Hlmi
yfl yanU from
water
of mintmi
well
It him a linn
HprlnKs anulytU by Htntw College
III the followtHK > 1TV I irmlllft
The water cOlltlllll Ii l grab
will show tuv
conilntlnx main
ofolidmntlerisrgnllusteonlting
of olul matter IHT
nl
01 Mxllumenl
chlorlthlIlItlalllllhllh
of chloride
110f
clutii and 11111 I nol II III tome calcium carbo
pus anil lithium
> Iron uiiM > iiiiii
nllte tnlctll 01 Write
WhlhMdliii II hrllllill
tolIOIUIt IIICKM
to Mt Halem Ky
McKinney Woolen Mills
McKinney Kentucky
Manufacturers of Jeaim Ilnnoyr Flannel
Wv
Memiusyour wool
nnd Yarn Hem UII your
IlnnketnndYarn
lUll like
tllk wool hi oIRtldnetloll lor work IUOlIItI nllowtn
tilt IIIlIrkt <
IIIlIrktIrl IlIlorllluUon
CIIII or wrlle for prll a gut
Igent wantti
Dripping Springs
F 0 Crab Orchard Ky
old Summer resort U now
delightful
This 111 Hood
Tho InitldlilK mitt
MXdl to HilfnU In line and the table Bret
water
eIIlWII lugie the Harriett Hnlter In gfogtl chliruK of
1 irfuwl ItttlniT
lit skitchenw 11111118 10
modtnblenndyour horsrawrll cared for
Hut 111r week Write to
KH 11hl Flit Jrnh Orchard Ky
oKINNEY ROLLER MILLS
McSinnoy Sy
i I llollerMIIU
IxWhtthw McKlnney
lIolljht
Having 11 Pod
i nnii nicurxl the crvlcc of Mr W
feel warrant
unexiwrleiKed miller I f WII rrll
ilernr sun xlr
Mtoml to
mill
to the public 11111111
Id In otferlliK
I nonii In KrlndliiK or work of any kind The
machinery lion In all In K < HX reiuilr and the pro
In thin Heo
noiui
KtnndM Kevond to 11011
duct of It 1 will
tollllrllldllllC a niiecliilty
Cuxtom
I tlon
which
all klndit
on hand coal of
alko keep
I will wll nt the lowent innrket price Hay
111 IIMU i want to buy
redhteulwsis
d
our wllllIt red Wlll pay you the niKiiem
IIour for It
ciiHh iimrkut prlcor
I J n Mtmril Y McKinnoy Ky
THE VERDICT I
KcnllluuFltlin Indo Wlckle811 Ictm Oil Hto IIl1d rslret
11111
llruck
durtnlns utl Hhndej 10111 llItUIIJ 1ltellIOI1 lortlcrr Hcrllh
utufnMtretcherLnrpotMtretcben
jurtaln Mtretchern wilier etc frolll door by
1Irllshel to remove Inllldlng lUIJlr Door
clam Onrputnnd
Vllrllhh
1lIlntl
< r
1111 1lIll
Wllldowl Enamels llcturel Fronsrd
ulna and Mitts lllIn IIUIIIlW New and
lIIoultlllllll Qouuu IIl1d ht you ran
Old y Funrltureg IJel1t of h roes nnd hUIIKII keel and fed Uv
underbskingenUIpmmintg
tJlcelient
HuhlJlr TlrloK
lIminty of Isom such feed
don
Pruitt Brothers
Moreland Ky
> v
tOur
Our stock of School Books Tablets
School Bags Pens Ink Slates and
Iall kinds of School Supplies is ready + i
for you We are headquarters in this
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line
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PENNY DRUG TOREm J
rY1 Stanrord KentuckyJ
J BBm
First National
Ot Sttntord Ky
BankSUI
Capital Stock 50000i
This tmtltutlon wai originally titabllibtd
as the Depoilt Bank of Stanford In Its
then reoreaolicd ai the National Bank of
Stanford in 165 and again reorganised ai
the First National Baik of Stanford In
112 baring bad practically an nnlnter
rnpted ezliteoce for IS yean It II better
supplied now with fac11lUea for traoaet
Ing ballot promptly and well than ever
before In It I long and honorable career
Accounts of Individuals flduclarlis and Cor
porations Solicited
LINCOLN CAPITAL COUNTY STOCK NATIONAL Eoooor BANK
Olrtctors
J R PaitOD
J B Owdlej
B U Sbnnki
W O Walker
Oeo W Carter
J II Foster
L 0 Gooch
W II Cummlm
W M Bright
U L Hubble
w H gbunki
Bucceiior to The Farmer Bank II
TrutCompany and under um 4
managoment conttnuomly
for 3t yean We
SOLICIT YOUR BANK
ACCOUNT
Hoping iueh butlneae relations will
prove mutually beneficial
Offloira
J I HOOKER Prnl
LT IlARBii V Pre
J J UcKOBEKTe Cur
WH WEAKEN Ant Cbr
Dlnotors 1
r Reid Danville
B T Uarrli Stanford
J S Hocker Stanford
K L Tanner McKinney
U D Elmore Stanford
S II Ilaugbman Stanford
T P Hill Stanford
Jai Itoblnion lIubble
J H Ilauchman Stanford
J M Iettui Stanford
O E Tate Stanford
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Offlcirn
C
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B H SHANKS
BHANKBPrcMtdcut
PrcMtdcut
PrldlnJ
L B Paxton
PaxtonI
W t M BUIOHTOaiblet a
Oaiblet
Wi 0 11Oalbla
Ant OaOl r
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STANFORD MALE FEMALE 5fMINARYl
First term begins MONDAY SEPT 4 1905 Our faculty is strong
equipment firstclues surroundings comfortable college work done on col
lege principles work accepted by the best institutions in tho State rates
very reasonable Dont send off to school when you have as good or better
advantages at borne Address
AddressOSCAR
OSCAR B FALLIS President V Stanford Kyr
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