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The interior journal. (Stanford, Ky.) 1905-1910, September 26, 1905, Image 3

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There Is more goodness in oUr 800 shoo
tlmn any other thoo nuulo nt + tlio price All
the now toon and heels
You get ull choir is coining to you in the
Flexible Weltd Turns in Kid with patent tip
or Ideal patent iftor Gun Metal tip for
1 +
LoWNEYg chocolates and Hon Bon
I nt FarrisANOTHER
i L60 excursion over the
j K C to Cincinnati Sunday
ITm ladles of the Baptist church wl1
hnvo n bnzarr and exchange on Dee 22d
T C BALL has rented to Dan Tray
lor his storehouse and residence com
bined near thu depot Possession Nov
10New e
NEW Fall Matting Axmlnistcrs
Tapestry and Ingrain Drujrgela Ruga
Miter Squares Ingrain Carpets Tor
tierres Tribble Pence
Fon SALT OK KnNTMy twoator
residence in Stanford with lot garden
fruit trees and nil necessary outbuild
Ingd Address J K VanAredale
M LOCKOWITZ wife son and daugh
ter charged with burning the home ot
another German named Honakcr near
Ottcnhcirn were acquitted at their trial
SatunJ3JOlt e er
JOlt SALETwo large brick store
rooms on North side of Main Street In
the beat business block in the town ot
Stanford Ky occupied by two prompt
paying firms J S Owsley Sr
TUB remains I of Thomas Robinson I
which were interred near Ly tie 44 yean
ago were exhumed last week and rc <
interred in Buffalo Cemetery Stanford
Tho body was buried in nmctaliccaakel
and was in high state of preservation
HAYMir 1 F Hays brother ot
Mr J C Hays of this place died at
Honey Grove Texas Sunday aged 806
years His illness began with grij
some months ago His wife had been
dead many years hut four childrcnsur
vivo him Mr Hays left Kentucky near
ly a quarter of u century ago
Travelers Hest the historic old
country home of Mr J Shelby Tevle in
the Shelby City section burned Friday
afternoon An effort was made to bUn
a wasp nest in the nttic when the fire
caught and in an instant till famous old
house was ablaze The building was
erected in 1782 and was once the home
of Isaac Shelby the first governor of
Kentucky We are told that Mr Toy
is had 3500 Insurance I
LEO BROKEN Richard Dennyot i
Denny Bros turfmen was removed to
Graystreet Infirmary this morning
suffering from a fracture of the right i
leg above the knee While holding t
wo yearold on Taylor boulevard OJH
posito the race track the horse reared
and fell on Mr Denny Dr T lIunt
Stucky is attending Mr Denny Louis
ville Times Mr Dennys many friends
in this his home county sympathize
deeply with him in his bad luck and
wish him an early recovery
TIm Alfalfa and Ci Special sent
out by the Agricultural Department and
with Commissioner Hubert Vreeland in I
charge arrived yesterday afternoon
and was met nt tho depot by 100 or
more of our people who enjoyed the
lectures by Joseph Eo Wing on alfalfa
and P G Holdcn on corn Prof Wing
Is an enthusiastic believer inalfalfaand
ho impressed many of our farmers with
tho fact that alfalfa can bo grown most
profitably here Tom P Archer repre
senting tho Courier Journal was with I
tho party
e e
ION of the most elegant social func
i tions of the season was n six oclock
i dinner given by Mrs J S Owsley Jr
on Friday evening Sept 22nd in honor
if Mrs Thomas Ovvslcy of Bowling
reel The house was brilliantly light
ed and beautifully decorated the libraI
r y in pink roses and pmk candles while
the decorations in the dining room were
ot white and green Covers were laid
tor 12 and the table was very elaborate
with smilax and white China astors <
Phe color scheme was canned out thro
tho entire dinner of eight courses the
green candles being used in tho hand
iomo silver candelabras and the cakes
whIch wero served by Miss Benedict
ot Louisville were iced in white and
green Handsome place cards were at
e plates of the guests and the entire
dinner showed originality of taste and
design further adding to Mrs Owsleys
reputation as a charming hostess Those
present were Mesdames Thomas Ows
ley Wm Severance Clarence Tate
Tames Baughman J S Rice J B Fos
ter T A Rice W H Shanks JB
Paxton and Misses Emma and Linda
Ladies High = Grade Shoes
Tho flay IIIIH pawed when the just 811 good kind of shoes will do There
is no experiment in buying XoigW Bros dependable footwear They havo
tho best of solo leather tho finest upper stuck to be obtained ore put to
gether by skilled workmen and the designs are all that n etylieh dresser
could with If your new Fall shoes arc Xe5glor8 your feot will be well
Iret atulnur walk ivi1111o tatEy
jFon SALE Two good milk caWII
ono will be fresh Nov 1 some calve
plows harrow good 2horse wagon
and harness J F Cash Highland
COALLet us fill your coal house
with good coal while the weather Is
favorable Quality and prices to Bult
I everybody J H Baughman Co
DAVE BURTON ays our Kingsvil
correspondent is wrong in stating that
In little daughter recently arrived athls
home All his children are democrat
boys he says His brother James
Burton is the lucky man with a new
TUB Casey County News says thnt
I tho editor of this paper was at tho
Jones Kelsay picnic pleading with
tho people to vote against tho republican
can nominees and free turnpikes BreI
Thomas manufactured this little white
lie out of whole cloth We did neither
Always anxious for and glad of demo
cratic success we would like to see the
magnificent ticket headed by Mr Lafe
Sharpe win and had we any influenc
with the voters of Casey county we
would use it in behalf of that splendid
lot of gentlemen Anent the turnpik
question we care not If we lived In
Casey we would vote for the continua
tion of the good pikes that county now
has n right to be proud of The only
thing we recollect to have said on the
pike question was in a little discussio
with a gentleman we did not know Ue
I was an arrant free piker and we
suggested that his ardor might be cool
oj a little if he would drive from the
Casey line to McKinney which is we
truly believe the meanest piece of ma
in Kentucky In this Mr Thomas ac
quicsced and from what he subsequent
ly said we came home believing him an
advocate of good roads and against the
free system Possibly he has change
his platform since Lincoln Wells de
featcd him in the beauty ring at the
picnic mentioned above
nil is not harmonious and beautiful In
republican ranks was plainly shown lit
the convention held here Saturday nf
ternoon It was a cut and dried affair
and the fellow who was not on the slat
to win had about as much show to do
110 or to carry his point as n bobtal
bull in fly time The convention wai
called to order by county chairman
Dr It L Davison who was made
permanent chairman Thomas W Na
pier was chosen permanent secretary
Strange as It may appear the cart was
hitched before the horse and instead of
nominating candidates for the more im
portant offices first the minor ones
wore given consideration Sam F Rey
nolds nominated Gus Geiszl for magis <
trate in the East End Ben B King
named Matt J Reynolds for magis
trate in the West End and C L Ashley
I for coroner J Frank Rigney present
I wl the name of A C Carman for mag
I istrate in the Stanford district nnd W
A Horton that of Wash Cook for rang
istrate in the Wadncsburg district and
ill were declared the nominees of the
rand old party Peter Straub and Ik <
Ferry were then voted for for jalleranc
Straub won easily Mr Straub is a
rotherin law of Dr Davteon Mr
George D Florence read a resolution
indorsing the nomination of George R
DavIs for State Senator condemning
tho present road and pike working sys
tem and incidentally declaring for Joe
helps postmaster at Waynesburg for
judge Sidney Dunbar of Hubble for
sheriff nnd W Baker Hubble n school
etcher from the Waynesburg section
tor Representative Tho resolution
curried with n whoop and the ticket
was completed A yell nominate a
ll ticket went up antla popular
chord having been struck the conven
tion in an instant was in an uproar but
a quietus was put to tho demand by the
chairman declaring tho convention ad
ourned Tho ticket is not a pleasing
one to many republicans and if it is not
opudiated at the polls to a great ex
tent what is being said about it now
vill have to be forgotten or taken back
Nobody believes that Mr Dunbar who
who was not at the convention will ac
cept the nomination and many do not
ako Mr Phelps nomination for coun
ty judge seriously It is generallycon
cede l that there is more desire on the
part of the republicans to get the fiscal
court than the county offices They are
also said to be anxious for the scalp of
Hon Jesse M Alverson the democrat
ic nominee for Representative but its
ollara to doughnuts that they will not
get It
t l I
iFon RENT VanDeveer house with
garden barn and lot Somerset Street
Nancy VnnDeveer
TUB Ladies Aid Society of theI
Baptist church will have an exchange
at E L Reinharts store Saturday
RBMEMIIER the reunion of the Blue
and the Gray near Kings villc beginning
tomorrow and continuing over Friday I
The old soldiers are looking forward toI
a great time
MR D R ADAMS democratic nom
nee for magistrate in the Waynesbur i
district states his position concisely onI
the road question in a card this issue
Read it and see if his views on that l
subject are not about right I
JESSE D WEAKEN representing the I
Home of New York paid William
Hughes his loss by fire in full Mr
Wcarcn for the Hartford paid
Mrs W S Jones for damages caused
by fire and water when her husband
was fatally burned
THE death of my husband has im
posed upon me the serious responsibility
of maintaining and educating my four
small children and my means are quite
limited I wish to ask the aid of all
in my effort to continue my husbands
business as a method of support I am
receiving a nice lino of fresh goods and
shall be very grateful to those kind
enough to patronize me Mrs W S
Two Houses in Crab
Orchard For Sale
I deilro to tell privately two house In
Orub Orchard One 1M a houne of 0 roonm
wIth Sacres of around Two good springs
plendld outbuildings The other han a
house of 3 rooms and nbout one Hereof land
Htuhlehealloustete Iloth reildencen lire
i comimnitlvely now Ward Moore Crab Or
chard Ky
Blue Crass Nurseries
Lexington KY
OITT for tin Hull of lUfin full itock of frull
mill orimiiivntnl tars Krni > vines iinpiirn
KIM miuill frulti rhiiluirb thrubt etr V I
1inploy no IIKOIIU I ut sell direct to the
planter CutiiloKiiuon application
HiivliiK taught tilt l Klnnry Holli > rMlll
1 will cut
sail all of my fiirmliiK Ito pfeuteitt std IHT
Miiml property ronilntliiK of 11 twovnir
old collie utrlotly No I wrlRhlnK from I
lAitollttt iKiumln also 25 Fining cattle
weight II limit K iK un < U nl out al or nuirr
calvK wclKht ill or W pound muter
bor u cows and c lvv imltd nnd large hay l
TlUMMOrfdlt until Jan I 1I6 oil all
sums over 111 Necotlulilc note iHnrlnit 1
Ir tent r Iln1 01 intrehaser
J H MUKPll Y McKlnny Ky
T D KnullKhAuct
Do You Want a
If 10 we out furnish you out nny kind
you want We hive for cnlta pnut vnrlity
of farm dwelling IIOUMK liunlntui butts 11
iiiullnHlnos projioiillloiis i
If You Want a Farm
wrltt us what kind of a plncu you art look
ing for what size what Improvement
Lore located how much you ore wllllnu to
Invent and niiv other iwrtliuiitlnforinntion
Vehne farms of all lzt > oharactur and
prlce mid we nre certain to InUrtst you If
youareonthemiirkut A pottal card will
ring you one of our printed tlsts
It K Yolvci lr Ulent
Leluiubn Ky
I will at my place of retldonce on tilt 1111I
Iekt nrlpplnir HiirliiKH Turnpike 1 mile
Kant of Inacheritvllle > lx lines Ironi Crab
Irilnird nnd Ijineiister and tilght inlle
fWIII Hlllllfllrtl rat
tell to the highest and lK at bidder my farm
ontatnlnK IM aeres of llr tclais land W
rquf It IKIHK now In hemp Also at the
nmetlmeand plaeo I will sell all of my
ore mules cattle fat liOHSIncludlnR one
otinty also an extra Kootl palrof mules to
ether with farinlnit lmplement con li > tlnt
If ono new hickory wagon never iMd a lot
lIf JuMiuilSl lutrriof gout Turn 11111 many
itlier thliiR too numerotu to mention
TKKMH OK HAIK The real estate will
I M > ohl for ollthlr1 ciuh Imlnnco In one
iwoiind thrcu yearn tine with Iiitinut on
leferred paymtntu until paid with ItIll re
ulned to neturn their iMiyment The tier
onnl property will lie mid an followm Xn
lertacnli In hand over that amount a
wilt of U month will be given with Inter
it until IMild For ull deferred payment
lotn with gnat M urlty will bo required
11Iulllt lit the tJrub Orchard Knnklni Co
plindld opportunity to secure n
IIllIIprOoI HntOiiu home It will bo
Bolli without reserve and 110 hhllhlllll
nermltted I hove concluded to go went
11l HI 1r that reason urn b vlnB thls sole
rreachrrnvtlle Ky
Col J P Chandler Auct
1 l tT
At ea flO we give you the acme of style
fit and comfort We dont believe there is a
hotter shoo made than these at even more
money The walking boots arc I1b flexible us
a light bole Wo luivo customers who have h
worn these in Ideal kid for 12 months We
have these in several styles
8TSrOIlIl Kv SKIT 20 1005
Wl5 have n new stock of box papci
that will Interest you New shnpos anll
qualities Pennys Drug Store
Mns 311 GIIBER < sulto sick
W B PORTMAN is here with friends
Mns ELIZA BLAIN is visiting rein
lives In Tennessee
Miss SARA HACKLKY is in Richmond
VIt < visiting friend
Mil P11 CORMNBY is up after nn
i illness of several weeks
MHS A C GREEN has returned fron
a visit to relatives at Berca
r H BnifiiiT FEKUIU went to Whitley
county yesterday on business
Miss Mollle Brooks at Crab Orchard
have returned to college in Tennessee
Mil S P GRAY went to Harbou evil
Friday to look otter his store at that
place MISS MAUDE CARTER left this morn
ing for Indianapolis to attend an oral
t school Mns J H SworE and little Virginia
Swopo are at Crab Orchard will
1 friends MR S D YowElA wife and son at
t Hustonvillc were here with friend
Sunday Mns Lou JONES of Pulaskl Is visit
Ing relatives here Including Mr L B
Nunnelley Miss VIRGINIA PICKBTT of Shelby
county Is with her sister Mrs Will
Severance MR J A BBAZLBY wife and child
ren of Lancaster spent Sunday will
relatives here
THE MP S Club will meet will
Mr and Mrs Will Shanks Friday even
ng at 8 oclock
MR JOHN W MoonE wife and Mrs
Lucy Napier of Casey were guests at
Mr Ed Wilkinsons
Mns W A BUROB of Maywood III
l at Lctnnon Junction nt tho bedside at
her granddaughter little Flossie Hn
ley who is critically ill
G A PEYTONS new house on Edge
wood road is going up rapidly and will
be quite nn addition td that part of the
city Mlddlesboro News
MRS U S TRAYLOR and Misses An
nie nnd Willie Belle Traylor attended
the burial at Winchester of the infant
ps of Mr and Mrs George Jones
Frankfort Journrl spent Sunday with
his mother and wife here Mrs Sauf
ley who came over last week return
with him
MR J Y GooniASTER of Jessamine
is here with old friends Ho will re
main until after the reunion of the I
Blue and the Gray near Kingsville be
e pining Wednesday and continuing until
FridayLITTLK VIRGINIA daughter of Mr
and Mrs L B CJvens gave a birth
day dinner to n number of her little
friends Saturday Misses Nancy New
4 land of Stanford attended the Van
Arsdall Andenson wedding Hnrrods
burg Herald
a BEAR in mind the Bale of J S Mur
phy in the West End Friday next MUrj
See elsewhere what he bus to dispose
i LOT of pure bred Sllvcrface Wynn
dotte roosters for sale and good hemp
ground for rent G A Swinebroad
Hcdgcvllle Ky
IK your farm Is for sale list it with
the Boner Real Estate Co Somerset
Ky We are in touch with the Wayne
and Pulaskicounty buyers
4 I
THE democratic county committee of
Lincoln county is called to meet Satur
day September 30th at 2 11 A full
attendance is desired J F Holdam
clerk WALT ofLancaster has
DR B F WALTER of Lancaster
opened a dental office hero and will be
glad to have you call on him Ho has
r had 25 years of experience and will
gaurantco his work to give satisfaction
Casey County News
nolds stable at Lancaster yesterday
afternoon Will Ward shot and more
than likely fatally wounded Henry Pat
I terson one of Garrards best men Tho
trouble is said to have come up over a
servant A message at 7 oclock this
morning states that Patterson can not
1 Our New Suits for Fall
Stand out from other makes like a
superbly clacj man among the com
t monplace Until you have seen them
or better yet enjoyed the luxury of
wearing one of these new models
you can not realize the tremendous
progress made in the manufacture of
our suits in a single season
Men who heretofore have worn the
quiet commonplace suits but always
with a regretful sigh for the more
fashionable styles will be glad to find
that our suits the smart style and
Stanford Kentuckyj
U h h u Au AU A
U George D HopperI
Successor to J 1C VanAredale
Dealer ill
Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware
Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds
r ask n portion of the patronage of the people of Stanford and Lincoln
county promising the best goods at the most
reasonable price
George D Hopper Stanford Ky
Woodson Sallee Successors to Cald
well Lanler
w or
FALL IS ON US I Wo are rendwith the goods I Snappy stuff for
Hon Women and Children Our school shoes cant bo bat Kdelenu
Level Host and Honest Mike need no introduction SPLENDID
furnishing Muko our store headquartershen in Danville
George T Crow Salesman
Fall Hats For young1
tom lrslta
W E Perkins
k42Ywi eai4dZi4lyYd4Lli + lftl
We are Iall
all the new colors
Crab Orchard

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