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J VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 29 1905 NO fitu v
HIGHLAND
Itomlworklng ta the order of the day
Kaulkner Burton expect to begin
awing next week
The Greasy Ilidga school begun last
Monday with Caleb Newell ns teacher
r Wm Fields and Charley Dawcs have
bought up a lot of hogs In this vicinity
cJohn5plreg whn bought the Jehn
Baugh plactv has torn away the greats I
part of tho old housu and is rebuilding
Richard Young has moved Into the
Hen Hnugh property on tho corner J
t U Floyd has moved to tho old Hnugh
placo Mrs Maggie McKenzlu whoso house
and mast of tho contents burned n few
nights since has moved to Mr Foxs
house near Pleasant Point
Mr and Mrs Foley kayo returned
7rom Bedford Ind J S Young went
to London to attend tho fair und visit
his son Li It Young Mrs Holiness
of Illinois Is visiting her aunt Mm T
I W Hutchison Miss Annie McKee
teacher of our school has gone to visit
her hotnefolks nt Kingsvillc Mrs
Southworth of Louisville spent a few
days with Misses Hannah and Emma
Meier who have returned from Corbin
The smallpox scare having subsided
Bomowhat our churches will hold ser
vices nnd Sabbath school ns formerly
Rev Charles Evans of Kingsville mi
re the pulpit of Rev Cannon nt tho
Methodist church Sunday Eli Carr
will preach at tho Christian church
Sunday Eld Owens who served that
church as pastor for 40 years or more
and who is now about 85 years old
will also be hero and take part in UiO
seVvlccs Several of our people have
been attending revival services atJum
ho conducted by Rev A P Jones of
london und C Sipplcs of Jumbo
OTTENHEIM
Prospects are good for u heavy chest
nut crop this year
Miss Add Gooch assisted Eld Juhn
Long in his services at Pine Grove Sun
day The pikes extending into this section
have been very badly washed by tho
recent hard rains which makes travel
ing very uncomfortable
Mrs G W Russell of Cincinnati
has been visiting her sisters Meadumcfl
G A Adams and A A Crutchfield
Victor Hcnson who has been employed
in tho city for somo time is paying tho
homcfolks n visit
Edward White Is visiting relatives at
Springfield 1 M Boone Li on the sick
list Andy Sprntt of Indianapolis is
with his grandfather Skelton Coleman
FrcJ Dyyhoiuo has been all smilei since
the arrival of n little girl at his homo
MondayT Boonos thresher engine turned
over while In the Whites Mill section
breaking one wheel completely down
but wo arc informed that Grillm
Gooch had the wheel ready for service
by the time ho got some of his hands
quieted from their fright
r Another Good man Gono
Wrong
Ho neglected to take Folcyi Kidney
tare nt the first signs of kidney troll
ble hoping It would wear away and
he was toon n victim of fl rights disease
There IH danger In delay lintlf Foloyn
Kidney Cute IH token at once the
symptoms will disappear tho kidneys
arc btrongthoniil nnd you are noon
sound and well A It Hns of Mor
gantown Ind had to got up 10 or 12
times in the night and had n KOVOIO
backache and pains In tho kidneys
and was ruicd by Foloys Kidney
Curt Pennys Drug Store
Prof L C Bosley states that next
year he expects to have a largo attend
anco at the Centro College Academy
notwithstanding1 the fact that he had 18
graduates last year All but one or
two of these Intend to enter college
und will form n inc nucleus for the
Freshman class Prof liosley will bo
assisted next year by his brother Mr
J L Bosley and by Mr F P Cheek
rhomas Connelley was halted by two
white highwaymen while en route from
Junctlon City und 450 in money was
secured Mr Connelleys watch was
taken but the robbers returned It to
him sayinU Its not worth carrying
Advocato
They Appeal to Our Sympathies
The billions and dyspeptic are con
Ntunt BtilToiers and appeal to our
sympathies There is not ono otthcm
however who may not lx > brought
back to health and happiness by the
use of Chamberlains Stomach and
Liver Tablets These tablets Invlgor
ato tho Stomach and Liver and
strengthen tho digestion They also
regulate the bowels For sale by all
druggist
drngglstssFire
Fire in tho Louisville and Nashville
railroad shops at Howell Ind destroy
ed the blacksmith and boiler depart
ment causing a loss of 25000
Tills office prints visiting curds at 25c
for 25 35c for 50 and 50c for 100 Lat
est styles
Nt
KINGSVILLE
Horn to tho wife of Robert Smith a
daughter
M G Murphy has been suffering
very much from n tumor which he had
removed from his neck D M Creigh
ton continues in about the same condi
tion since being injured by n fall re
cently
Morris Walls continues ill with ty
phoid over Squire John Singleton and
family have had tho quarantine lifted
from their home There have been
no deaths from the disease nnd the sick
are convalescing
The sad news came that Mrs Houp
of Somerset but formerly of this place
was dead Deceased was about 62 years
old and died of kidney trouble The re
mains were brought hero and buried nt
Pleasant Point A husband and largo
family mourn the loss of this good wife
and mother
A member of sewing machine men are
stopping at tho hotel here Wm S
Burch of Stanford was hero Monday
Elvredn Floyd of Somerset is visiting
iiis mother here Mist Bertha Gooch
has gone to Corbin to bo with Mrs J
M McCarty Miss Mattlo McCowan
returned to Lexington today Miss
Gertie Gooch of McKinney is the guest
of Mrs Etlmund Murphy nnd other rel
ative here Mrs Major Smith and
little son arc with relatives nt Rurgin
Masters Grover and Robert Hester of
near Stanford were with Dan Hester
and family Mrs Fannie E Carey and
little Mabel Flint hate returned home
after a visit nt Paris and Lexington
Mrs E n Carey und Master Clifford
Carey are visiting relatives here Miss
es Eva and Sallie Leach of Lexington
arc the guests of relatives here
CHURCH b S
It U said that Bishop Galloway of
Tennessee has canceled all his engage
ments and gone to New Orleans to
fight yellow fever Ho is an Immune
Rev J W Hughes former pre I
dent of Asbury College Wilmore has
withdrawn from the faculty of the
school und will not be connected with
the institution this year
Rev W M Wood pastorof the Bap
tist church at Harrudsburg has just
clotted u revival at Uruners Chapel
church which resulted iu 31 additions
to the church a2 of whom were hap
tized In Chaplin river
Thu citizens of Central City have de
cided to offer a site of 50 acres of land
coal for five years nnd 30000 to
secure the location of tho Methodist
college that is to bo built at some point
in Western Kentucky
Tho Cumberland River Association
has been called oft this year on account
of small pox in the Pleasant Point sec
tion where the association was to have
been held writes Mr Ed H Caldwcll
who has been clerk for many years It
has been decided to hold the next meet
meetIIn
ing with tho Pleasant Point church be I
ginning Tuesday before tho first Satur
day In September IDOfi
Fell Dead
A man fell dead In Chicago thuother
day from heart trouble andthousandH
die every day in tho same way Hut
the enutio of nine out of 10 of such cases
of heart trouble IH Indigestion The
cure is Dr Caldwolls laxative
Syrup Pepsin The explanation In
that tho swollen Intlamed and engorg
ed stomach presMM right up against
tho heart and pit vents It from working
your heart flutters palpitate pains
and you aw short of breath some lose
It forever Just try for those symp
toms 11 few doses of Dr Caldwolls
Syrup Pepsin and BOO how quickly it
will euro you Sold by G L Penny
Stanford C W Adams Ilustonvlllo
at 60o und 81 00 Money back If It
falls
an
Judge A M J Cochran of the
United States District Court nt Mays
vllle adjudged the HumeCooperage
Company of Richmond a bankrupt up
on petition of the four banks of Rich
mond lion It W Miller and Mr
Walter Bennett president of tho
Madison National Hank were appoint
ed receivers and directed to take charge
of the cooperage plant and continue its
operation
operationHints S
Hints To Houseworkers
Nothing is more Important to tho
hardworking housekeeper than to
keep her liver properly working other
wise that pale sallow look and tired
feeling will make her look as sick as
a dog Nothing will keep you up to
tho murk without injurious stimula
dons so well as Dr Caldwolls laxa
tire Syrup Pepsin It is a pure liver
tonlou euro for Constipation
Biliousness and Indigestion Sold
byG L Penny Stanford C W
Adams Ilustonvlllo at SOo und 9100
Money back if It falls
Papa what is the Panama canal
My son its a long line of politics
extending across the isthmus of Pan
amaLifc >
NEWS NOTES
An outbreak of cholera in Manila In
reported
W R Vanderbilt Is laidup with
gout nt Baden Baden
There is an epidemic of typhoid fever
In Dry Ridge Grant county
< James Kerrigan of Williamstown
was found dead In his room at a George
I town hotel
James Snow of Grant county was
crushed to death by the wheels of his
threshing machine
Mercer county republicans will nom
inate a cnndidntcjfor Reprentatlvc by
mnss convention on Sept 4 Q
yellow
low fever Tho disease was traced to
n Negro from New Orleans
A consumption cure discovered at
n New York hospital consists of the
juice of raw table vegetables
J S Peterson member of the
Arkansas Legislature from Dallas coun
ty committed suicide while despondent
over ill health
Mrs Margaret Gladden of Louisville
committed suicide by taking carbolic
acid She left a note saying she was
tired of life
Quantrclls guerrillas held their nn
nual reunion at Independence Mo
Cole Younger the former bandit
was tho central figure
The examining trial of Cal Newton
suspected of the murder of the two
Smiths father and son In Franklin
county Is set for today
The Frankfort and Lexington com
panies employed at Hussollville guard
ing the men accused of assaulting Mary
Gladder have been withdrawn
Mr and Mrs Allen C Depp of Hick
ory Run Pa each 40 years oldarc
tho parents to 23 children their sixth
pair of twins having just been born
All records have been broken by the
nttendancc nt the military rifle tourna
ment nt Seagirt N J When the bugle
sounded Friday Gel men entered for
the competition
Following n race war that has pro
vailed for Home time nt Carlisle Ind
the colored Baptist church of that place
was dynamited and totally destroyed
Bloodhounds have been placed on the
trail of the dynamiters
John E Madden the noted turfman
has been adjudged to be in contempt
of the Supreme Court in Brooklyn for
failure to answer questions regarding
his financial ability to pay alimony and
was sentenced to ao days in jail nnd
fined 2V
The announcement was made by Dis
trict Attorney Beach that Edwin S
Holmes former assistant statistician
of the Department of Agriculture had
been indicted as a result of the betray
nl of the governments figures on the
cotton crop
J J C Hack and 0 IL Pollard of
Jackson attorneys for McLIn Kil
burn of Callcttoburg will soon file n
suit for 500000 against the Con
tinental Realty Company of Baltimore
for alleged breach of contract in the
sale of certain timber lands located in
Eastern Kentucky
Charles Nealis under sentence
in tho penitentiary for stealing the
pulpit Bible from the Baptist church
at Foxford Fleming county escaped
from jail by digging through n brick
wall Ho escaped in n like manner
three years ago and was recently cap
tured at Mt Sterling
J E Guenther and others shippers
of Owensboro have filed an amended
complaint with the Kentucky Railroad
Commission in which charges of ex
tortion and discrimination are made
against nil the roads operating in the
State in tho matter of I freight rates
between local points The hearing on
the amended complaint will involve a
review by the commission of nil local
rates
POLITICAL
Judge C It McDowell has resigned
the ollice of City Judge of Danville
The Taft party will separate at Hong
Kong Secretary Taft and most of
the party including Representative
Shcrcly will sail for tho United States
on September G Miss Roosevelt and
others of the party will proceed to
Pckin where the Presidents daughter
will be the guest of the Empress
Given Up To Die
H Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St
Evansvllle Ind writes1I For over
live yearn I was troubled with kidney
and bladder affections which caused
mo much pain and worry I lost llesh
nnd was all run down and u year ago
had to abandon work entirely I had
three of tho best physicians who did
mo no good and I was practically
given up to dlo Foloys Kidney Cure
was recommended and the first bottle
gave me great relief and after taking
the second bottlo I was entirely cured
Pennys Drug Store
Blair P St John of Brooklyn dor
m r student of the University of Ken
tucky was drowned at Pittsburg by the
capsizing of tt canoe
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GEORGE B COOPER
There are few ienny more popular
men in Lincoln county than Mr Geo
B Cooper known by his legion of
friends as Thompsy No man in our
knowledge is more obliging or will go
further for u friend than the subject of
this sketch Mr Cooper is the demo
cratic nominee for county clerk a 10
sition which he is filling most accept
ably to the thousands of people who
have business in the county clerkof
fee He had no opposition when last
elected and If the republicans know
what is good for themselves they will
make no nomination for that office
when they meet Sept 23 No truer or
more faithful democrat lives than Mr
Cooper who has given liberally of both
his time and means to the furtherance
of party interests lie is polite affa
ble and highly competent In discharg
ing his duties he is always ready to find
a record or give any instructions ref
erence to the detail work of the office
In fact he realizes that he is a public
servant arid that his time belongs to the
people and he cheerfully gives It to
them Mr Cooper is n married manI
with eight children and we hope we doI
not speak too frankly when we say heI
needs the office His wife was a daugh
ter of the late Mr James M Cookof
Hustonville and like her father and
husband is ndyedihthewool democrat
Mr Cooper was born January4th 1857
and belongs to a large nnd influential
family His ancestors came from Vir I
ginia and he Is the fifth of a amilof
11 children He Was educated at ofI
tonvillo Academy and is n member of
the Masonic fraternity
IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES
Ward Porter of Taylorsville was
I
I killed in a runaway
The Standard Oil Company was fined
250 in each of the two cases for ped
dung oil without license In Garrard
county
Mrs David Chenault Sr of Madison
county accidentally shot and killed a
Negro boy with a revolver which tho
boy had loaded and handed to her for
inspection
While firing an old cannon in celebra
tion of his birthday Walter Chenault
of Madison was badly injured by a
premature explosion He may lose the
sight of both eyes
Louis Hammond Deputy Town Mar
shal of New Castle shot and probably
fatally wounded Lego Gingle who was
running from tho officer to avoid arrest
on n misdemeanor charge
Detroit oil operators will probably
buy the property of the Big Five Oil
Co in Knox county drill new wells nnd
renovate thd old ones The Standard
Oil Company continues to pay rentals
on immense holdings in various fields
A lead zinc anti lluor spar mine has
been opened in Jessamine county at Sul
phur Well and work will commence at
once A company incorporated 50
000 and composed entirely of Louisville
men has been formed and will operate
it
Jn n detailed statement made to the
officers of Franklin county William
Newton fixes the responsibility for the
murder of the Smiths at Elmville on
his cousin Cal Newton now in tho
Frankfort jail He says Cal Newton re
lated to him and also to his father and
mother tho story of the double murder
and sought the aid of all in establishing
an alibi
Cured Hay Fever and Summer
Cold
A1 Nusbuum Hatcsvillo Indiana
writes Lust year I suffered for
three months with n summer cold so
distressing that It interfered with my
business I had many of the symp
toms of hay fever und a doctors
prescription did not reach my case
and I took several medicines which
seemed to only aggravate my ease
Fortunately I insisted upon having
Foleys Honey and Tar and It quickly
cured mo My wife has slnco used
Poles Honey und Tor with the same
success Pennys Drugstore
Thirteen lives are known to have
been lost in the Colorado cloudburst
I
Great Clearing sale
Tliirf sale is the beginning of n series of sales which will give tho buy ilw W
ing public of this locality the greatest bargain opportunities they over had 1
This is not the Ordinary Sort of Clearing Sale My purchases last Spring
were very large the accumulation of Odds anti Ends and broken lots is
naturally larger than ever before My unalterable rule is not to carry any
goods over from one season to another Wo inaugurate this great selling
event and invite everyone wiihln a days ride of my store to comeand join
in the greatest of bargain feasts Tell your friends and iieighlwrs that Mens
815 Suits arc cut to 8109H 81250 Suits to 8808 810 Suits to 8748
8750 Suits to 548 > < 5 Suits to 396 Also Youths and Boys Suitst
Old Pants Dry Goods Shoes Huts und Caps Ladies and Gents Furnish
ings will go accordingly tl 7v
SAM ROBINSON
Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank
STANFORD KY
Turnersvilie Kyf Aug 21 1005
Mr W II Higgins Stanford Ivy
DKAU Stn1 lucre been using with success the White
Lily Washing Machine I got from you for about six weeks I
eau heartily and conscientiously recommend it us n laborsaving
speedy and perfect washer Indeed consider it u household
jewel With a White Lily Washing Machine wash day is de
void of its horrors and discomforttires consider the machine
nn inHscn nhle adjunct to every housekeeper
housekeeperMas
Mos W II MAHTIN
W H HIGGINS Stanford Ky
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250 NOVELS 250 I
A Choice Selection of Light
Literature for
Summer Reading
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Come in and buy three books for 25c and
enjoy yourself
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WILL N CRAIG
Druggist and Optician
The Gibralter of Rockcastle County
Financial Institutions
CITIZENS BANK
OF BRODHEAD KY
Oilers to the People n SystemAccounts
Accounts of
Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited
Give ns your business and wo guarantee u pleasant und profitable relation
Pay Jl per cent interest on all deposits of 8100 or more when
left in the bank mill not qhecked upon for n
period of six month
1 J W HUTCHESON CashierJIo
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Hello McKinney J
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When you need Roofing of any
kind think of Aldridge also Mill
Supplies Brass Goods Pipe all
sizes Guttering Buckeye or Myers
Force Pumps put in any depth
a S H ALDRIDGE
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