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Digital page images are linked to the text file. z THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY 0 TOBER 27 1905 NO 65 To The Voters Or Lincoln County Tho election is the 7th day of Novem ber and na I will not bo nblo to ov cry voter and taxpayer In Lincoln county I avnll myself of this open letter to express my views on two questions i which tho fiscal court will deal wits Pint My observation has taught m6 that no ono man can supervise tlw i metalling ditching nnd looking nfte tho bridges and culverts of ISO miles of turnpike roads but that they must he put in charge of men along each road In sections who aro Interested in keep Ing them up and whoso lands are en hanccd in value by the location of the pike To say that one man can look af ter tho turnpikes in tho respects I have named and see that they are properly metalled and ditched anti that the bridg os and culverts are kept In a safe and good condition for the traveling public U to say that one man can perform the work of 25 presidents of theso roads when there were toll roads assisted by n board of directors The statement ol tho question furnishes its own rofuto tlon Tlieso tumpikos are groat inter nap Improvements some of which wore constructed by the people more than two generations ago and they must not bo suffered to return to dirt roads They wcro built out of money collected fron nil tho taxpayers of tho county by subscriptions by the county from 5o0 to more than f1000 a mile They have brought pleasure and comfort to tho whole peoplu and they have enhanced in value the lands of those along which they run from Ii to J10 on tho acre As to tho second question the dirt roods Uicro are 250 miles of these and there aro over 1400 hands allotted to work these roads The jxxjplo who live on these roads were not only taxed to build these turn pikes but when the turnpikes became free were taxed to help pay for them and maintain them as free roads und these dirt roads men for all time to come must be taxed to contribute their quota of taxes to keep them up The constitutional limit of taxation Is 50 cents on tho 100 one half of this is sot apart by law for turnpike purposes and can not be used for any other purpose and If any fiscal court was so stupid as to attempt to divert tho turnpike fund to the ordinary expeshea of the county any taxpayer could enjoin the collection of his tax and this would produce Inex tricable confusion and anarchy in the countyFor the ordinary expenses of the county the other 2fi cents may be used and only so much of that ought to bo used as will give tho county an of ficient but nn economical administra t ion of the affaire of tho county Out of tho turnpike fund must be set aside each year o much as will pay tho interest on tho bonded dubt and out of it also must bo set apart so much an may ho necotwary to redeem the out standing bumps or debts of the county created for turnpike puqKwas For maintenance of the turnpikes r the expenditures for the year U about 12000 Forthe ordinary oxponMS of the county M302 Estimated by tho clerkas follows County road claims 14600 Merchants claims 2600- Misollanuoui claim 4600 Total 11600 County attorneys claim JT- 5County clerks claim 627 County judges claim County supU cliiim SOO Total 14302 A tax rate at the limit of ordinary expenses produces T18760 Of coureo no taxpayer wants the rate at high wtf tor mark A tax tutu of 20 cents on the taxable property produces 15000 Tho dirt road rata have no tools with which to work their roads and It is im jxttsiblo for them to make good dirt roads without the proper tools Under the law which was introduced by a democrat patted by a democratic Log islature and approved by a democratic governor the fiscal courts are author ized to furnish such tools as they doom properI in favor of the fiscal court exor Iclslng such discretion and furnishing tools All tho roads In tho county ore public roads and maintained by public taxa lion and this act of justice is duo to tho dirt road people If I am a member of the fiscal court nothing extravagant will bo attempted unless it goes through over my veto which I can only exer clso in case of a tlo vote e The republicans on Sept 23rd when they made their first nominations by a resolution declared for tools and 1 n day for road hands who only are re quired to work eight hours a day I would like to Inquire how they can do this out of tho 25 cents which only is set apart under the law for the ordina ry expenses of tho county The dirt road men work usually three days and n day for three days for 1400 hands would be 4200 outside of paying for teams and tho bridges and the culverts Ion tho dirt roads As before stated a tax rate of 25 cents on the 100 of the taxable property in the county for ordinary expenses produces 818760 The tax rate this year is 20 cents on the 100 The claims against this fund this year is na shown by statements furnished me by the clerk 14302 Suppose we add to this tot road hnrtds for three days 1200 and also add to this for teams and metal on dirt roads 600 milking 20002 Tho tax raised at high water mark Is on the taxable property for ordinary expenses tho sum of 18760 If a dol lar n day is paid fur road hands what result have we 7 Lot Us deduct this 18760 from tho 20002 and the differ once Is 1252 and at the end of four years there would bo a deficit of 5000- I um for tools on the dirt roads and for good turnpikes and good dirt roads and if a member of tho court will do all I reasonably can to promote thorn but the garment must be cut according to the cloth If the men who live on turnpike roads nnd whoso lands aro enhanced in value by tho turnpikes will not agree to look after the metalling ditching tho ditch ing being as necessary to a turnpike us- a roof to a house and the bridges and culverts then the fiscal court will be compelled to adopt some other plan that will insure good andsafe turnpikes for tho public travel Tho looking af ter them in sections is adopted In lJoyle Mercer and Bourbon counties at 3 per mile per year in lioyle and 260 per year per mile in Mercer and Bourbon Tho county is now paying the supervisor SOO if looked after in sections nt 3 per mile ISO miles of tunipiko would only cost 510 which would be a saving or 200 to tho taxpayers of the county md I have no disposition or intention In the administration of your county at fairs if n member of the court to exploit the administration of them at the expense of the taxpayers KespcU R C VniiKN KINGSVILLE Horn on Sunday last to Mr and Mrs Craig Butt a daughter The cold November rain Is hero In advance and in consequence tho weather is most disagreeable There is considerable sickness in the way of bad colds etc Tho writer Is threatened with tonsilitis Mesdames W IL Moppin of Paris and C M Skillman of North Middle town arrived Monday to visit tho ram fly of Mr G T Uradley Messrs G A Walter J W Thomp son and Doc Padgett are getting In fall goods at prices to suit tho purchaser and business generally is good The new side track nnd other R 11 work is progressing and is onlII beginning of the many Improvements the Company expects to make at Kings MountainM Murphy is remodeling his store room and making a number ol Improvements He has greatly increns ltl his stock of goods Ills stock ol staple and fancy groceries is very complete and ho also cnrrioa a firstdaze Ino of dry goods The cooperation of the Christian church or county meeting held here Saturday was very interesting and sue cssful in every respect A number ol nlnlstors were present and prominent members of the Christian church throughout the county wore here A bountiful dinner was served on the ground Mrs Jesse II Hughe of Sun Jcwo California jvho hiss boon the guest or ur sister Mrs Martha Crclghton for several weeks loft for Macon Ga to spend the winter with her busband who is pastor of the First Christian church thorn Postmaster J L Johnson is visiting his son and daughter in OregonEld Livingston hold services Satur day evening Sunday A M and evening 3Id Livingston was formerly pastor of the church hero and is very much loved by every one Kov Ebright will preach nt tho Methodist church next Sunday morning and evening Tho Prcsbytc iuna arc thinking of rebuilding their church hero which was destroyed by fire last Spring Could Not be Bettor Tho uniform success of Chumbor ulns Colic Cholera und Diarrhoea temcdy has won fur It u wide reputu Ion and many pooplo throughout tho county will agreo with Mr Chas Vf luttlson of Milford Va who says lilt works like magln and Is the best reparation I know uf It couldnt bo any better I Ho hud a serious attack of dysentery and was advUcd to try u bottle of this remedy which ho did with tho result that immediate relief was obtained For sale by till drug gistsIt developed at the insurance investigation in New York that tho Mutual Lifo was paying for tho dissemination or reports of the investigation through the country favorable to itself Ij NEWS NOTES Matt Kennedy one of the best known railroad men in the South died at New OrleansWilliam P Clyde millionairoTstcam ship owner and clubman was killed by u train at Philadelphia lien Story n disorderly Negro was shot nnd killed nt Flcmlngsburg by Town Marshal Duncan The trial of tho Frank U Harper will case was continued in tho Woodford circuit court until Nov 14 Secretary Tuft nnnounccs that the Panama Canal will be built by private contract as far as possible The funeral of former Congressman Jerry Simpson was held at Wichita Knn No minister was present After CO persons had been killed dur ing tho riots It is said that order hs been restored at Santiago Chile Henry S Storrs general suptrinti n dent of the Lake Shore and MIchigai Southern railway died at Cleveland An archaeologist who has been excavating in Rome found skeletons killci in bottle eight centuries before Christ- E II Hnrriman gave the crew of the Pacific liner Siberia 2000 for breaking the record from Yokohama to San Fran cisco Dr Alexander Green was found guilty at Bowling Green of the murder of Mrs Ella Tipton and sentenced to lire imprisonment The ninth annual convention of the Kentucky division of the United Daugh tern of tho Confederacy is in session at Dowling Green The Vanderbilt interests are said to have purchased the Little Kanawha Syndicate properties which are in litigation in Cincinnati An eightcent advance has been an nounced on KentuckyTennessee crude oil placing it on the same basis ns Southern Ohio and Indiana Mrs Sarah Watson Andrews the oldest surviving Daughter of the Amer ican Revolution died at Silver Springs N Y at tho ago of 102 years A proposition hits been made by Peter Leo Atherton to build a theater in Lou isville for the ShubertFiske theatrical syndicate on a longterm lease It is stated positively in St Petersburg that Count Witte has been ten dered the position of Premier of the new Cabinet about to be formed A Mueller n Nevada ranchman at tempted to give away 6351 in Chicago but was blocked by a policeman who thought Mueller was an Indium bank burglar Richard A McCurdy president of the Mutual Life Insurance Company an nounced that a committee of the board of trustees of the Mutual Life had been appointed to investigate the company- A motion for affirmance was made in tho case of James Horgis vs Mrs James H Marcum wherein Mrs Mar cum was given damages for the mur der of her husband Appellant was given five days to reply The miners strike at Sturgis is as suming a serious phase Tho West Kentucky Coal Company refuses longer to be unionized nnd 400 men are out Pinkerton guards have arrived in advance of a trainload of nonunion min ersWiley E Malden aged 19 years died at the city hospital at Louisville from a gunshot wound Inflicted by George Din loin whom Maiden attacked through a mistake in identity while seeking to avenge the killing of his father R F Maldon Crazed with grief over the loath of his son who committed suicide Her man Schultz of Now York City shot himself through tho hood while the fu neral sorvico was being held over the body of his son und fell prostrate across tho casket dead Circuit Judge AW Young in tl o trial of a mutter case at Morohead fined his brother W A Young of the counsel in tho case 50 and sentenced him to jail for 24 hours for contempt of court The jail sentence was suspend ed at tho request of tho attorneys- In his annual report tho United States treasurer says tho continued increase- In the circulation is a matter for just pride and has attracted tho admiration und attention of tho financiers of the world During tho year the general stock of money grow 79605729 mak- Ing a per capita circulation of 3108 Full Of Tragic Meaning are theso lines from J II Simmons of Casey la Think what might have resulted from his terrible cough It ho had not taken the medicine about which ho writes I hall u fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve It until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured lie Instantly relieves and permanently cures all throat and lung dl senses prevents grip and pneumonia- At G L Pennys Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 5Co and 81 Trial bottlo free WR JAME i A DtDDEUAR Who is the d IP rat c nominee for magistrate In this the Stanford dis trict as well as the present Squire He has served his dtotrict well and It sincerely hoped that ho will again be given tho opportunity of filling accept ably the important office of magistrate Stamp your ballot under the rooster and your vote will bo recorded for Mr Duddorar as well as for tho rout of the splendid democrats on the ticket IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William Wilson colored sent up from Whitley for life in 1837 got out of the Frankfort penitentiary and is at large Old timo quilting bees are being revived and are very popular through out the country says the Somerset Journal Lutherburg of killing Representative Sam C Black Their trial for killing Walter Stotts at the same time will be held later The Monitor Mineral Company of Mercer county tiled articles of Incorpo ration with the Secretary of State Mon day with n capital stock of 125000 The company is the result of the die covery of fleur spar on the farm of Col Jack Chinn some time ago The fall term of the Pulaski county circuit court opened with 876 cases on the docket 86 of which aro felony cas es 359 misdemeanor 215 common law and 216 equity This is a samplo of the congested state of the docket in every county in the district and will likely continue that way until a new judicial district is formed says a special from trains transferred from the Burgin division began running over the Southern railway extension Monday and it is announced that passenger trains will be put on Nov 12 giving Danville direct connection with Louisville for the first time Forty or 60 trainmen and their families are moving from Bargin to Danville The erstwhile thrifty little town of Burgin will be practically de populated as soon as the extension is put into full operation It can not be learned whether or not all trains will bo taken off tho Burgin division says a dispatch from Little Britain The secret ballot has proven n de lusion anti n snare It has been tho source of all recent political troubles in Kentucky At the coming election n voto will be taken on a constitu tional amendment to a return to the viva voce system It is difficult to un derstand how anyone who wants r fair count in election matters can oppose a return to tho oldfashioned way of going openly to the polls nnd voting in a way that nil people may know Georgetown Times insomnia and Indigestion Cured Lust your I had a very severe at took of indigestion could nut steep at night und suffered mostoxcnuiatlng pains for three hours uftor ouch meal I was troubled this ayfor aboutthitc months when I used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and re solved immediate rollof says John Dixon Tullamoro Ontario Canada for solo by till druggists The puzzled monarch looked about And heaved n mighty sigh Ho couldnt let the war goon Expenses were too high And when ho thought it oer again And took some sage advice Ho couldnt see his way to peace Ho didnt have the price Washington Star Plans To Get Rich are often frustrated by sudden break down duo to dyspepsia or o uustlpu tion Draco up anti take Dr Kings New Life Pills They take out time materials which are clogging your energies and glv6 you a new start Cure headache and dlxlness too At G L Pennys Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 26c guaranteed You Are Invited To pay mystore n lengthy cull that you may inspect the many now and uptodate and desirable things I have so carefully bought for this seasons selling My Stock Was Never So Complete As it is this season J huvo Hover owned quito ai handsome n lot of good things at ono time I am sure I can please your taste I nin positive ICI1 save you money Dont buyone cents worth of goods until you have gone thoroughly through my stock of Full mid Winter Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Boots Hats and Caps Ladies Skirts and Cloaks La dies and Gents Furnishings Rubber Footwear Etc A Dollar Saved Is A Dollar Made j SAM ROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY P mm lflBargains In Buggies On account of having to give pos f session of our Buggy House on Jan 1906 we will close out our stock at Reduced Prices You can afford to buy a Rig now for next Summer W H HIGGINS I STANFORD KY ylA II Vinol is fast superseding oldfashioned cod liver oil and Iemulsions because without a drop of oil or disagreeable feature it contains all the medicinal elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh COlts livers By our process the oil having no value either as a medicine or food is separated from the medicinal elements and thrown away Unlike oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions Vinol is deliciously palatable agreeable to the weakest stom ach and therefore unequaled as a body builder and strength creator for old people puny children weak rundown men and women after sickness and for all pulmonary diseases Everything Vinol contains is named on tho label OUR GUARANTEE We have etch faith in VINOL that if you will take it we promise if it does not benefit or cure you we will return you your money without question We take all the risk Pennys Drug Store ld tI IMInterior Journal IJThe TE C WALTON T1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET Far eCnator R L HUBBLE 1ForKeprcsentntlTC- t J M ALVERSON 1Foroounty Judge I R C WARREN For County Attorney W S BURCH J p9 Y For Sheriff T JEFF HILL SR For County Cleric GEORGE B COOPER For Assessor W A CARSON For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Jiller W HERRIN FOR MAGISTRATES Stanford District Jas A Dudderar Hustonville W M Dudderar Crab Orchard D J Smith Waynesburg Dave R Adams r AT the head of this column may bo found the names of those who have been selected as the democratic nominees for the offices to be filled at the election to be held on Nov 7th That the majority of them are invincible was virtually conceded by the republicans 7whenthey failed to give them opposition that all of them are competent worthy and invincible is our sincere be lief and it should be the endeavor of every man in the county who has his own and the public welfare at heart to have them elected S Without undertaking to elaborate the views of the doctrinaire it may be said that history has demonstrated that po litical parties are essential to the existence of a republic and that organiza tion and subordination are essential to the existence of a party that its poli cies must be determined and its candi dates selected in preliminary contests We have had two main parties from the beginning and will in all likelihood have them to the end Everyone who desires to have any voice in political af fairs must align himself with one or the other Those who favor the greatest good to the greatest number should be members of the democratic party and those who favor the wrongs of the classes as against the right of the mas- se should be republicans The democratic nominees for this election have been fairly selected by a primary in which all democrats had the right to participate and it is now their duty to loyally submit to the wilbof the majority by supporting the nomlaeeQ- The places to be filled at this election are usually termed the minor offices but they are of major importance to the people The office of magistrate in so far as its judicial functions are con cerned is of but little moment yet the body of magistrates with the county judge as presiding officer compose the fiscal court which as to the county is the most important branch of government Among other things it has charge of the roads a vexatious and j expensive problem it has the care of the paupers it fixes the tax rate and disposes of the funds thus collected in short it makes and foots the countys billsThe republicans remembering the fate t of the bull that contested the right of way with the locomotive have removed all obstructions from the path of the Honorable R C Warren yet they are t doing their utmost to tie his hands by electing a set of magistrates who willI oppose his policy That Mr Warren is a lawyer of ability and experience is capable successfully coping with the many hard problems which will confront the ounty no one questions yet it is evident that he would be powerless with a sot of magistrates able and anx ious to thwart his plans It will devolve upon the next General- Assembly to elect a United States Sen ator It has leaked out that the repub licans wjth their usual gum shoe methI ods are making every effort to capture that body The powers that be in Wash ington are not satisfied withY the past achievements of the State bosses in charge of the frappe bowl and have notified them that they must either accomplish something or stand aside and let others do the serving A United States Senator from Kentucky would be a great feather in their capstbut certainly no democrat of Lincoln coun ty wants to see his beloved State fur nish one of that brand The memory of Deboe should be sufficient to deter every one from such a desire The rights of many people at this time are in serious need of National legislation and investigation The falling out of two thieves connected with a prominent life insurance company has led to as tounding disclosures It has so far developed that the officers of three of the best Known companies have been wast ing and stealing the hardearned money of their policy holders with an unheard of prodigality These funds are mainly of the mites of poor men who have denied themselves that their families might not suffer when they are ifwtrtcrf1 i 1Io taken and they surely deserve protection but they can hope for but little if any from a republican House a Senate when they remember that the officers of these insurance companies have contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to the republican campaign funds and out of the means of their policy holders It is no secret that most of the presidential elections of recent years have been bought by the republicans with money contributed by corporations mainly iusurance companies and they will never harm thegeese that have laid the golden eggs It behooves the democrats therefore for these reasons and many others to stand together and give a long strong and unanimous u1I1n behalf of their ticket If this be done and we are sure that it will our nominees will bo elected by an overwhelming majority TilE Glasgow Times whose editor Congressman James M Richardson is one of the best posted politicians in the State sounds the note of warning that there is danger of the next Kentucky Legislature being republican on joint ballot In every close or doubtful dis trict the republicans are putting out candidates and arc waging the same contest that Dr Hunter carried on in 1895 when a sufficient number of republicans were elected to defeat Sena tor Blackburn and elect W J Deboe rho republicans can not control the next Senate but they can by a major ty in the House overbalance the dem ocratic majority in the Senate Editor Richardson states that at present left lover from the last national contest there is a campaign fund of something like 3000000 at the disposal of the re publicans To what better purpose can this be put than to destroy the demo cratic party in Kentucky by the elec tion of a republican Senator 1 What will be the result if 250000 are dumped into this State in the coming November election 1 It is worse than folly he thinks to laugh this danger down Gum shoe methods have won before and it can be done again While we Brer Richardson takes a too thinkI view of things ho may be right way take no chances but elect democratic Senator and Representative possible Certainly Deboe was enough of republican Senators for an age if not forever PRINCE PHILIP has sued for divorce because his wife Princess Louise of SaxeColnog and Gotha runs him into needless expense In her wardrobe were found 75 pairs of silk shoes 120 pairs of other shoes 60 parasols and about 100 hats The grounds are not well taken A husband is good for nothing else but to pay his wifes bills it seems Tim per capita of money in circula tion is now 3108 Feel in your pockets and if you havent that much you should get a hustle on yourself and find the reason POLITICAL Forty thousand people gathered at Mobile Ala to hear President Roosevelt speak Joe Francis and John T Johnson republican nominees for county clerk and county attorney of Garrard withdrew from the race at the last hour Charles A Flammer has withdrawn as the republican nominee for district attorney of New York and is urging republican voters to support Jerome The Kentucky republican State central committee decided that J L Howell is the regular nominee for Representative frogs the BathRowan counties district President Roosevelt visited Tuskegee Montgomery and Birmingham He was received everywhere with the same great enthusiasm which has marked his tour through the South Members of the New York bar Irrespective of politics in national and State affairs have formed an organiza tion favoring the reelection of William Travers Jerome as district attorney of New York county President Roosevelt spent seven hours in Little Rock and vicinity and was accorded a continuous ovation delivering an address to 40000 people He spoke briefly at Memphis while on his way to New Orleans President Roosevelts statement that the South must and can solve existing difficulties is believed to settle definite ly that he will not give his approval to any measure designed to reduce Southern representation in Congress Secretary Taft in his speech at Akron 0 said that Bryan would be the next standard bearer of the democratic sectaryisman in the country not even excepting Roosevelt Frankfort Journal CHURCH MATTERS Rev J T Chastcen will at Masons church the first Saturday and Sunday in November The College of Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church is holdings its semiannual at Washington- Dr WG Logan of Kansas City n native of this county has given 70000 to the extension of the Christian church J E Bruce of Stanford reports S Harris sold Joe Bales 68 at 175 and a Clark county man bought two loads extra feeding cattle at 9 Lancaster News HIGHLAND IH 0 Youngs little girl has been very ill IluiteIThe continued rain of the past two days makes us think that winter is up on F J Conn has sold part of his farm including the house to John Spires Rev G II Cannon sold his bay Horse to Rev W B Ragan of Preachersville for 0750 Mr and Mrs Tom Hutchison of Somerset were here visiting at Mr John Hutchisons Monday and just us they were preparing to return to Son erset Mrs Hutchison received the sad news of the death of her father Mr Gooch at Waynesburg Much sympa thy is felt by our people for Mrs Hutchison as she has been our school teacher for three years Rev J M Cook spent a few days with his son W II Cook at Somerset Mrs Mike Rutherford of Science visited her daughter Mrs J It Carrier at his place Ira Cookof Somerset was here last week Dr Walter Newell of Science gave us a call this weekon his way to Indiana where he intends to locate Mr Southern of Eubanks was here to see Mr A C James Mrs Dr Acton and son visited Mrs C M Young To The Voters Of Lincoln County I have been selected by tho republi can executive committee as the republican candidate for sheriff I accept the nomination and respectfully ask the support of tho voters of Lincoln county As to my qualifications to conduct the business of this important office I refer to my former record as sheriff Respct JOHN N MENEFEE I am going so shoot you said Lula Fishback aged 13 to her sister Mag gie aged 11 at Cannelton Ind as she pointed a loaded gun at her The gun was discharged and the top of Maggies head was blown off Four persons were killed and several badly hurt in a wreck on the Rock Is land road near Fairfield la Miss Fannie Tate of Richmond and Henry Forbes of New Haven Conn were married at Richmond investigateingjourned until Nov 8 Gentry Bros Santon won at Latonia yesterday at 7J to L They bought San ton Reid Burglars at South Orange N J made a haul of about 10000 worth of jewelryThe of Jesse Mathias of Laurel suicided by jumping in a well Six lives were lost in a hotel fire at Hot Springs Ark Fire at Charlotte N C caused a loss of 50000 PUBLIC SALE I of land stock and crop Having determined to BO West I will on HATUUDAY OCT r111fd- tt my lurllll utlwPeat of Crali Orchard on tho county road leading from Cmb orch ard to Maywood commencing promptlyat the hour of oclock AM sell the tngde crll ed property My farm of m acres more or less has two good dwelling send three server Inlllnit wells lid Olio never lull erg spring Iart of tare Is Cedar Creek whorl worth Sill Ir new nod join the leorgeIolnlenndIonfarm II under goal truce most of It wire lioth dwellings have nvt r falling wells In yard Thli farm hUIII No IlIrt mill on It Iwrheyand mill will lx old together This farm If publiclyTKIIMHIn Oslo nod two yours with equal Install ments tienrliiK it percent Interval and leln retained on farm lor remainder of purchiiM money 110001bUllWIIIOIlIIlIIlhllrll88lucid bves lot ol plow lend gear Kood cook stove large air tight heater wood heaUng stove organ folding lied null of furniture It chairs and two rockern wife I HriH tls cur et rug eurpet sewing machine swing lot of corn and huy1 good line and 1II orntor nleout W bshrlof coal clock wlnchcoter rlllu nil kind of dishes and Jars lot of canned fruit and many other thing too numerous to men tion Terms on iersonal property made known 011111 of sale I UUIM WHITT lolJIhlll1llhr Auct THE LIVER QUARANTINE wTAKING lets MEALS OUT qFlurried eating has ruined many a mans stomach The digeationdcstroving process is gratlualoften unnoticed at first But it a time until the liver balks the digestive organs give wayand almost countless ills assail the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health qA torpid liver causes a quarantine of the entire system It to germs poisons and affords them sonic serious illness 4Infamrlieswhere AUgUst Floweris used a sluggish constipation are un known are all stomach ailments as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches and kidney affec tions No wellregulated family should be without tbiutan lard 4ITwo sizes 350 and 750 All druggists For Bale at Pennys Drug Store fi f I 1 OVERCOATS Tj This first coldspell remindsus we must have an overcoat and we are especially prepared in this line They are made with Ibroad shoulders long full back with or without belts perfect in Little fellows 250 to 5 boys sizes 15 to 19 years 5 to 10 Mens sizes 750 to 1750 Our stock of Cravinet Rain Coats is good Beautiful styles and wearings and a range of prices 10 1250 15 and 175O We feel that these lines will suit you Look at them H J MROBERTS STANFORDI I H F HILLENMEYER t SONS Blue Crass Nurseries Lexington KY Offer for till Kali of IMA n full dock of fruit and ornamental tree grape vines aspara gus muall rulti rhubarb shrub etc employ no agent hut Yell direct to the planter Catalogue on application PUBLIC SALE I having decided to unIt harming I will on TUEHntYCCITIIMT lied nthntoftd property milk cows 33 yearling cnUh- 1IOlllt Drool uutn work borer l eatre Kood fnmlly hortx 3work mulri I Motor mnck binder comiutrntlvely new I McCor muck mower twonorm wagon I buggy hucklMNird lets of hnrll1wheat drill turnlllit plowShurowIroil- erIdoubluhovelplowwn aelhockoffalharness Siuliarrels of corn dirNacr stalk Held I straw stark Cnn rurntnh uood place to teed fodder Hamn household and kitchen furniture Term made known on day of tale Hale begin nt oclock prompt JMCAKTKIlMH THE VERDICT I t4crollI door window screens and screen Flume Wlekltu Oil Mtoces Inca Idiirtnilii Kinetics Poles Ext ntlnn Ilrnck iortlrrrr- urtnlnMtrdteherlnrlwtMtntcher Heruh 11ruhea to remove water etc floor by ectton QlrJItt and lIullllllll lnll1r INKY Vlndowi 1aiHT lhllllt Vnrnlih Mutts lend Knnmeli IMctnrei Framed MouldltiRi Mats llaif llugKles New and Old rurimurc iiuinu mn rv you can name MimethliiK keep flood Liv ery of horseguud Intitule and feed Kxcellent undertaking equipment Plenty of hone and fwd r Tiring done Pruitt BrothersMoreland Ky PUBLIC SALE As mlnilnlntmtor of the entnte of Mr Pluelio JIIIIM Tudor decd I will offer for mile to the hlKhent and b1 blddrr tlw fill lowliiKdeicrllxd property on Y H FriTlt A certain tract of land best known tin Mcllary farm containing aliout acres hltimtcd In COli and IxirderlUK on Hlx lllver Maid hue Is situated about lietweeu Ijincantcr Mtnnfon- lhlsnlt5nllleefrnuellherplaCe Hut tractor hued It very In a state of lIII- tIIltloli and excellent In every for fur mlllllllllrIKII11I1I bottomland Well wn tend stud holme barn nod all necVhMiry oUthllihllll1C8 Any one desiring to see said man can rail on HTudor whllI ritldes on the place I will nUo offer sale at tho same tulle and tiara the follow lug rty thoroughbred llolstelncow and 1I1IIlOOtI Jersey taw and calf S year ling steers 5 fat hoes hill bred llerkthlrc ow sudplgs LItiedw111lasold CONeuol terms Hall of thIIrohll 111011I Quo iiayablu JItc Ill UHi os 11I monthstliiKi ihirehstser will la rlqlllrod to execute note with approved security IxiirliiK a legal Interest from JUII iMd Lies retained on limit until till of purchunF money Is paid Terms for side of stock rondo known on day ofsuleV I IlAiinlv Adair A M llournu Auctioneer Do You Want a Home If so WI CIII lurllioh you one hilly kind- rouwant 1V111mvuforulngreat variety of farms dwelling houses IIOUSIH nnd business proposition If You Want a Farm write what klllli of a phlco you art look tag for what stzo what Improvements how much you urn willing to nvtstundanyother rtinentinonmtlou We have arises Izf character and prices send we nru curlllln to Interest you If sou here on tho market A postal cord will brlriu you ono of our printed lists CENTRAL KY JIKAMSSTATK 00 It K Voiwo Prftldent LelAenon Ky PJ t r P t WIH Mueller n Watchmaker and Jewder STANFORD KENTUCKYrt TblnIt In Jewelry envys yut afiii wntchesUtd Clocks in Ck tV PENNYS DRUG STORE THE OTHER DAY I got my feel wet The next morning had a ball cough I kept n bottle of Pennys White Pine and Tar On my desk mid every time I felt like coughing I took n sip just eiiqiigb to wet my thront untl byuigl my cough wits gone 25 Cents a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky TO THE LADIES We have lust returned from the Cities with n nlcu llmt of Kail and Winter hats Will bo to have the ladles call and ox amine our stock MilK Kixii AND Moses IIinniMH Crab Orchard Ky t i MILLINERY I JNowceived consisting of Gngu s jWlthIral other leading makes and It dles of this section ore cordially Invited to call and tee them Mrs Kate Myers Hustonville w BTANFOHD KY OCT 127 1005 Nowl Its Pennys White Pine and Tar See our window Pennys Drug Store It OVALS Mu S II SHANKS u out after sever al dnys Illness JUDGE M C SAUPIUY who has been ill for a week Is improving Miss RKKD of Danville was the tiniest of Miss Ophelia Chancellor r Mita Hon lAs KBKNON of Frankfort tsiwith her sister Micas Frances Adams Tae Warren Grigsby Chapter will meet with Mrs J C Hays nt ZOO Tuesday next bins ANNA D VANAUSDALB of liar rckliburg is with her daughter Mrs H J McKobort MESSRS J T ROIIEKTB and Jesse C Lynn arc at home from Frankfurt to remain until after the election Mtu P T SAMISOS of Columbus 0 came home Tuesday to see his brother Alvey Sampson who ls ill FlVB couples of young folks from near Richmond drove to Moreland and t were tho guests of the Misses Reynolds of that place Saturday and Sunday MitS S W GIVEN3 who has been visiting Mesdames Ed Peyton J C Bailey and Miss Ophelia Lackey returned to her home at Middiesboro Wednesday MRS J E LYNN of Lincoln county has returned home after a visit to her new granddaughter at Mr and Mrs J E Claunchs North Crab Orchard St Somerset Journal MRS SABRA IIAYs who has been nursing Mrs H C Farris for the past nine weeks returned to her homo at Crab Orchard yesterday leaving Mrs Farris convalescing MR R L BERRY has joined his wife at Mr A M Fclands We ore glad to state that Mr and Mrs Berry will move to Lincoln In n few weeks when Mr Berry will take charge of the Fe land farm MISSES Loiu M AND MARY E REY NOLDS of the West End have returned home after an extended visit to their sister Mrs R S Brumficld and other friends and relatives in Newport and Cincinnati MR It G DENNY who broke his leg in Ixjuisvllle n few weeks ago was able to be brought to his homo in this coun ty the first of tho week Ills many friends are delighted at his rapid im provementMR y T WILLSON of this Republican tor of the Joliet IIIInily Is here mingling with his lie hopes to come back to his farm near hero a few years LOCALS A NICE lot of Timothy seed T D Nowland THE handsome residence of Dr W N Craig will be open to gucsta on Hal lowcen evening PUT in your order now for sodding graves no more Balding after Nov 15th John Christman BUY your coal while tho weather is good We can suit you in price and quality Northcott Buck Rowland Ky STOREROOM the best in Stanford for rent Possession Jan 1906 Now occupied by J P Jones and splendidly located S H Shanks Stanford MR Cimts V GENTRY has our thanks for n lot of his cabbage which arc al most as largo as washtubs We would have weighed them had wo been able to find scales largo enough BiO POTATOBS Mr W II Under wood left at this office yesterday three sweet potatoes that weigh 15 pounds Ho got the seed from Eld Joseph Bal Jou who is nn expert potato man DUNN Mrs Pcachio Iunn widow of Mr Charles Dunn died at her home it Intho East End yesterday afternoon and lier funeral will bo preached in tho Christian church hero nt 2 oclock to morrow Saturday afternoon Interment In Buffalo Cemetery I NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSI or ono of my deputies will bo at Crab Orchard 3rd 1 P Oct 28 Mt Salem Nov on Thursday Nov 2 at Waynesburg Huatonvlllo Nov 4th from 7 A M to 12 oclock to collect taxes Will have all road claims with me that have not been called for MS Baughman S LC i 7 r New FuselWe now have on sale a very large line of new furs in all the different kinds and qualities Isabella Fox Opossum Squirrel Sable Coney Water Mink Etc in all the new shapes from the Ascot to the Shawl collar SEVERANCE sONJ RAISINS currants citron etc for cakes T D Newland NICE lino ladies skirts jackets nnl1l childrens cloaks W E Perkins Orchard AT Stanford Green Houses bulbs of all kinds now ready John Chrismnn proprietor LOST withL L W en gravel on it Leave at this ofllce and get reward A DUCK boar weighing about 100 pounds Is In tho ostray pen It G Jones City Marshal Six per cent will added to your city taxes if not paid before Nov II G Jones collloctorI WE kept some of tho prettiest coat from our cloak show Como and soo them Severance Son JEFF DAVIS who shot Henry Logan also colored in tho arm tho other night will have his trial tomorrow CALL and sea ono of tho greatest lines of overcoats and suits over on sale In the East End W E Perkins Crab Orchard Tw Kentucky State Journal Frank fort has a six column quarto press In good condition for sale very cheap Write at once to W P Walton Lexington or Frankfort YoulJ miss a treat If you fail to hear Col George W Ualns lecture on The New Woman and the Old Mansat tho Lancaster courthouse this Friday evening LASTIursewRh spectacles on the county road between Krigcr Post office and Ottonhoim Postofllce Liberal reward to the finder Return to W Link Ottcnheim Ky I WILL sell on Monday Nov 0 coun ty court day 20 shares of stock in tho Hustonvillo National Bank A dividend of five per cent will bo declared on this stock Jan 1 1900 George D Weath erford Hustonvlllc Ky WAIUt Gnlosn CHAPTER U D C was honored by being asked to have one of IU members respond to tho wel come address at tho convention which is in session at Howling Green but the request was for good reasons declined ALL parties having valid claims against the estate of tho late Ceo W Evans are notified to present them to me properly proven at Hedgoville Boyle county Ky by November 15th 1905 James II Hutchings Executor of Goo W Evans J C COULTEII of Casey County was in the city and closed a big contract with G A Gaines Co for 300000 barrel staves to be delivered the coming year Mr Coulter Is a hustler rind this Is only ono of the many big deals that ho has contracted for this year Frank tort Journal SIBAKING lions H C Warren and IL F North will address the citizens of the Waynesburg section at Waynesburg tomorrow Saturday afternoonat 130 at Hlchanla schoolhouse Monday night 30th at 7 oclock and at Kingsvillo Sat urday afternoon Nov 4th at 130 o clock Hear them CEDAU CHEEK Attend Louis Whltts sale tomorrow Saturday Miss Minnie Ware of Turnersville visited relatives here John Ford made a trip to Junction City Monday C G Ware was In our vicinity Sunday Little Ida Adams is making her homo with the family of Bro Omer at Stanford Miss Maggie Livingston is able to sit up after a pro meted illness of typhoid fever Mrs Mollie Turnbull Is able to be up again E 0 Singleton and wife are with Mrs Sallio E Pennington J C Kerr was hero Sunday to seo a young lady e BY this time next year a handsome threestory brick business building may adorn the present site of tho unsightly old Commercial Hotel A committee has been appointed by the Odd Follows to ascertain tho cost of such a building and as the Odd Fellows have plenty of means we feel almost certain they will build It is decidedly tho best location in town for a store or so a part of tho second story could be devoted to a mug nificent lodge room while tho third would afford a number of offices that could be easily rented for good prices By all means let the building be erected and dont postpone the good work too long SKIRTS Wo have an especially fine showing of 5 skirts Severance Son A STAMP In tho circle under the roOSt ter is all you need do to voto the straight democratic ticket ATTEND the ante of administrate of Mrs Phoebe Tudor on Dix River tomorrow Saturday Seo ad I HAVE added a cleaning pressing antl general repair business Suits mac new Give me a trial Ed Wilkinson OLD SOL has not his faco for three long days and the prospect Is he will not show it today It Is ruin rain rain To the Republicans of Casey Lincoln and Garrard we Introduce to you a renegade Democrat to voto for for thq SenateDanville News WILL pay the highest cash price for your eggs turkeys geese guineas nnd all fowls also beef hides and ginseng H B Northcott Stanford Ky J H BAURIIMAN COhave the big Best pile of coal ever seen in Stanton It is between 20 and 25 cars and looks like it ought to keep all of Lincoln county warm this winter WATCH out for Halloween No gate to be lifted no houses to bo turned top sy turvy inside or out or anything like that The witches will bo under tho controlof tho Young Ladles Missionar Society of the Presbyterian church for that evening YOUNG Mr Hubble who aspires to represent this county in the Legislature is a writer you bet your boots His card was as much sought for yesterday afternoon as if had contained gospel truths While his hand is in ho should get out another THE printing of the ballots to boused Tuesday Nov 7th Is being done by this office and is a pretty big job For tho county races 6000 ballots are required each printed on both sides per forated in two places and numbered in two Some 3000 or 4000 educational ballots are also ordered Besides this there will be an election for town councilmen maypr etc in Stanford Hustonvilie Crab Orchard and Row land which will require 2000 or 3000 more ballots It is n big job and one that has to bo done hurriedly but with great care INSANEJohn W Gooch who shot and killed his father Mr Mack Henry Gooch at his home near Waynesburg Monday was tried hero yesterday and declared insane and or dered to the Lakeland Asylum to which place his brother Mr G loGooch took him yesterday A shot gun was usedand he bought the weapon on the morning tho fearful deed was commit ted from the Reynolds Co giving a check for it The firm threw in a box of cartridges loaded with bird shot or No6 and the salesman thought Mr Gooch was preparing for the bird sea son Mr Gooch the father was shucking corn In his barn when his son entered and without uttering a word shut him through the heart Ho died in scantly After tho killing Mr Gooch went to his homo and told his wife that ho had killed his father Oh I reck on not sho said but it was too true for the old gentleman was already get ting cold There had been no trouble between the father and son and that ho is insane there can be no doubt Ho has been In the asylum three times having been sent homo three or four years ago supposed to have been cured Each time during his Insane periods he became greatly angered at his father It is frequently the case that demented beings turn against their very best friends Young Gooch declined to talk about the killing and has spoken only a few times since ho fired the fatal shot Ho is a married man with a little son about five weeks oldElie bears a good reputation and worked hard during his sane moments The killing of Mr Gooch who was one of tho best of the Waynesburg citizens is deeply deplored and a gloom has been cast over en yearsIddaughtersHutchison and Miss Sallie Gooch and two sons Mr G T Jr and John W Gooch MATRIMONIAL Richard Austin and Miss Lelia Jones were married here Wednesday The wife of Creatore the noted bandmaster has sued fordivorce 1Miss Puttie CundifT of Casey County and Frederick Hcigcl were married in LouisvilleMr Engleman and Miss De lia Coffey were made one at the hpme of Mr and Mrs B P Shewmakor at Moreland Wednesday An extended account of the wedding will appear next issue Miss Mary Landram Burnsidc third daughterof Judge and Mrs R A nurnI side of Lancaster and William Brent Mctculf of Nashville Kansas were married at tho residence of the brides parents Elder F M Tinder of the Christian church officiating Mr Arthur Barnett a clever and dustrious young farmer of this section of the county was married in Louis ville Wednesday to Miss Elizabeth Moores a charming young woman of that city She has frequently visited the Misses VanDeveer here is ad mired by all who have the pleasure her acquaintance At present Mr and Mrs Barnett are at the St Asaph hotel McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnnoy Kentucky JtneyllnnnelIIIIIlIke111l1l1 take wool In exchange lor work allowing the market prIce Hntltfuctlon Runrnnttfu Cull or write for prIce and Information Agents wanted OfSHORTHORNSI At Wildwood Stock Farm Thursday November 9th I will threerllt from Harrod lmrRt on the Ixlllllon pike II Rboul W of rIIllrlcJ110rthorndelmnn d all old enough are bred to calm next sprltiK They nru In tine condition ThllIrerIIlCIJlIIII priceWritTERM OK HALK All niinn under SI cn lijja nnd up nix months um s with Umltahle noto Uurlng six Ir centlntatUnlt luMtn nt10AftOiA1a4O110A1t11 KyNamMOORE OFFUTTS Second Lot Sale at Corbin Ky on Nov I At 1 oclock A Good Lot Free to the Public These Lots arc Desirably Located on Barbourvillo and Hamlin Streets A 5room House on Corner Lot 08x 125 fret with good Well bs EASY PAYMENTS Jf Moore tfe Oflutt Ag- tsCommissioners Sale I rinrlt Circuit Court Ann C llcans Administrator Ac Ilaln tllf vs Caroline IXIKIIII Ac Defendants lly Irtueofii judgment and order of Nile of the Clark Circuit Court rendered at the HeptemlMT Term thereof llflfl In the above reuse fur the sum of lhSSAI with Interest frouiJnot22lltu tVm with Interest front luno SMiti and tlliUH with interest from Auuuftt lull and f llcollIlwrelll I shall htIIneohiat public auction o- nHATtatltVCnIilitlTll Wtt At two oclock r i or thereabouts upon credits of six li and months tho follow n towlttA situated In Lincoln county In tilt Nhttenf on the turnpike road lending from Anurld- iuulHhathrdIuruptkotothe Danville mad Ilimtonvllle Turnpike and on tho Hough tide of sold cross turnpike and doncrllMd as follows IteglnnliiK at u jiolnt In tho mlddlo of old eros turnpike at till south west corn er of n tractor land In Lincoln county cote eyed to AnnO Iogim clc by It D 1o lIn etc nnil running thence with sold tract IllS K oMiw chains ton stono In Adams line auohercorner to sold as aforesaid II IfllCllCOIIC11 with Adams Ilse W lu J7KU slums toAdani corner tliunco V ll chain with Adams to lctrects corner thence with McAfee XSI W4 88 lw chains to corner to smut thence with came S w chains dthiauneNrY Vt0 100tluloslocorntr to same thence with same N il W1 ssluo hulas to u wulnnt tree corner to same thence with MimuN tJ7t j W a chains to McAfees corner an oink trve In n line of Kd nn Hhlvel tin nco with her JIm N tilt K 3 110eluln to her corner thence with the KamcNJtrtj WiClil Iltichubs to tho mill dle of said cross turnpike thenco with the mlddluof 1I1IIe N K talli chains thenco with the middle of name N laS KI chains to the bcglnnlnc mid contalninu itt tSliii acres nnd twhiR tho IIII talon lund which was convoyed to b IX KIIII by D UHnn Hiild triict of land will first aired In two hllIrllte tracts nett will then 111111110InltlNboundary and tho other tract shall bo tho residue ot wild acre which division will particularly descrllnd by metes and Imiinds on tiny of Mile For tho purchano price tho purchaser or purchasers must execute fond or bonds with approved security or securities titer liiK local Interest from the tiny of salo until piildand havliiK the lorcu and effect of u Judgment anti with n lien retalnoduponeald urop rty to secure the thereof LKKUANI HATHAWAY Master Commissioner Clark Circuit Court r a W h t ol1 I Winter i Footwear J ijigh Top Shoes- Boots Bootees I Shoes that give Wear Choice Assortment of Styles Largest shoe stock in Stanford Honest Mike Boots For Mud Splittling New Stock All Sizes Price 350 Save Money By Buying Winter Foot Wear of CUMMINS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky Great ClosingOut Sale We have rented n business house now nearing completion in Corbin Ky which we expect to occupy at an early date Rather than move any stock from this place we have decided to close our Entire Lino of Merchandise at a sacrifice This stock consists of not only the Cream of Dry Goods such aa Silks Satins Fine Woolens Waistiiigs Fine Table Damasks Underwear Hosiery Outings Etc Elcliut also contains the largest assortment of handpainted Japanese China and llricabrac Novelties ever shown in this section We anticipated a heavy Holiday Trade and bought very largelyof this line These goods Imvo just arrived fresh Jrom Japan and will go ou sale at once In addition to the above we have a 5c and lOc department that is now loaded with good useful money savers This will be our last opportunity to supply the wants of our friends anti customers and wo deem it neces sary to further remind you of the character merchandise you now have an opportunity to purchase at sacrifice Owing to the short stay wo have in your midst wo are compelled to niako this Strictly A Spot Cash Sale to One and All and we ask those who have already made little tickets to please settle StanfordlKy Oct 3 1005iJOHN P JONES GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY Are Extensive Dealers and Manufacturers of Doors Windows Blinds Sash Rough and Dressed Lumber Lime Ce mentPortland and Acme Washington Red Cedar Shin gles WRITE THEM FOR PRICES J n 1 h 1 The Interior Journal ii tv EnkredintliePoilOfficeat Stwtford a ucond clan matter 1PUULIHILUD TUKHUAYS AND F1UDA1 AT 00PERYEAR CASH trWhen not M paid ISOO will bo ch- argeINSURANCE e Klro Mghtnlitt KlTimllmT US BEHlCOlllpnlllolttellltentldIoweltIos Ilbla Itatei r ordjUncqunllcd Tulkwlt- nMAHON Stanford Kentucky jr Ilisldonco Ihone No St The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOASS Proprietor Electric Lights In evtry room Refurnished and under entire New Muw t Bobth favorite porter meets all trains NEW LIVERY STABLE BUaSB a CLABKSOHi frcri JUNCTION CITY KY at Attention toSpecial and Ray For Bale Jesse W Sweeney 1BOrnIKTOR Livery Food sad Salo StaUo Lancaster Ky and cared for UP to Horses rigs rates date at reasonable erecJ H IOONE I co Proprietors UVERYftND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Also Rates InStreetCall on u on Depot Coal E D peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford BDCARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage la toUcHed Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection POSTED below trlctlyWe wbose names appear turbid bunting Boblng or any kind of tre and will prosecute passing on our places violator totbe full extent of the BrOi law Mm t Fred VonoruenlganAtbertVociGruenlgan Fred VonAlltnan Allred Simpson George Belchcnbach Holmes Miss H Charles OummlnJos Ballou A 8 M W EAmonWIt Dlugberty J IloamanM Elmore Peter W Tarter J Novln Ol1rter- J ECruceW F Shomaker Ferrlll Oreen lerrlll 3Tbomas John H Cnmenlsch Sam Trnwbrldge A II Hoot OharUw Ensjlln Prank Cordlcr Mrs O Welch 1cter Halmer John Meiertmuel Lindsey Jacob Gacder Ljtle DaTlJ Stcpliens dory llolTmann First National YfBCapital StocK 50000 This Institution was originally established as the llauk of In 1658 then reorganized as the National Rank of Stanford In 1805 and again reorganized as tho First National nark of Stanford In less having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited JB Paiton J B Owsley L H Shanks W O Walker 06 W Carter JB Foster L O Oooch w H Cummins RL W Bubble W n Shanks A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Me Your Order I Can Please You Vhy Iniy rendy iiinthi clothing wlii ntlivn III1hItmtltJtxlsrlennstnlhO iirlccloviTioiitH trousers nail fancy vtwts The coinpuny I represent Is ono of tho lwit H o RUPLEY the Tailor CURESNERVOUS The worM admltea men who are rtrooR la physlal manhoodTomeowdeelopmentan vrtnrauetlaknquanrror women anoklrlrnl81c for OOIIld1r1th a par I1PdP A FOB SALE AT PEINT8 DRUG STORE JLBeazleyCoM Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRug9 They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY d tcea Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in TlarnessSaddlery e STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Ihone 107 Home Phoue35 IOfficers J HOOKER Prest 8 T HAimta V Pros J J McIlOlJERTS chi W n WKAUENAsst Ohn Directors r Hold Danville 8 T Harris Stafford J Hocker Stanford KL Tanuer McKlnney M Ik Elmoro Stanford S n Raughman Stanford T P Stanford Jss Robinson Hubble 311 HauKhman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 01 Tate Stanford u If LINCOLN CAPITAL COUNTY oCIDirectors Give Successors to The Farmers Hank b Trust Company and under same management continuously for years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT oping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Officers H SHANKS President J B Iazton Vice president W M BRIGHT Cash Wt O WALKER Ass Cashier a PREACHERSVILLE It Is reported that one of Preachers villes widowers has married but the report is as yet unconfirmed Mrs Dan Naylor Is very sick of eton ach trouble W C Cummins is able t be out again Mrs Walter Jordan has been quite ill of lever Fifty or 100 good work hands could find steady work here at remunerative whgcs for never before was farm help so scarceMr P Vaughan who has been staying with his friend S D Carpet ter and who is known as The Living Skeleton and for several years was with Robinsons Show has gone to vis- It his daughters in Garrard Miss Aurelia Parsons visited Mrs N J Horton Miss Maggie Hester of j Manse has returned home much to tho regret of her many admirers pert Woodard Lunsfonl and family visits his wifes father Mr Henry Blanker ship Elmore Foley Holtzclaw will shill another carload of fat hogs to the mountains thIs week J M Cress bought 10 stacks of timothy hay of D M Anderson at 14 per stack Corn is selling here from JlCO to 175 and is better in quality and quantity than it has been for years- J F Payne will soon begin the erec tion of a commodious blacksmith shot on the Robinson place which ho recently bought of Hutchins Bros This will be one mlle south of his shop on Main Street S D Carpenter is building an addition to his house on tho place he bought of Mr Sea ent Rev Green Todd assisted by Rev Wm Davidson who is an Irish evangelist is holding a protracted meeting at the M E church preaching only at night and on Sunday Good crowds at preIthe singing Is excellent so far FARMERS DEPARTMENT Secondhand horse power for sale M S Baughman W 0 Walker sold to A R Matheny a Poland China boar for 18 Secondhand twohorse power for sale cheap S J Embry Jr Stanford Henry Logan colored has nine hog weighing from 150 to 300 pounds for sale T E Baldwin of Richmond sold his fine three y ear o1d jack Admiral Togo to Mr Larrabie of Montana for 700 EsTRAYA 700pound red muly steer left lIustonville fair ground pasture about two weeks ago Will give reward for recovery or information lead ing thereto Josiah Bishop Huston ville Thomas McClintock Sons of Mill ersburg shipped eight cars of 1500 poundcattle to New York costing 4J to 4Jc and one car of hogs to Cincinnati costing ape The same firm sold five horses at Bartons sale at 95 to 215 Lucien Lyne is fourth in the list of winning jockeys who rode on the eastern tracks this season Ho has to his credit G5 winners 42 seconds and 43 thirds Lyne rode for Keene Paget Whitney and in fact nil of the promi nent owners Some Seasonable Advice It may bo a piece of superfluous ad vice to nttjo pooplo at this season of tho year to lay In a supply of Cham berlains Cough Remedy It Is almost sure to be needed boforo winter Is gvor and much more prompt and satisfac tory results are obtained when taken as soon as a cold is contracted and before it has become settled in the sys tern which can only be done by keep ing tho remedy at hand This remedy Is so widely known and so altogether food that no ono should hosltatc about buying It in preference to any other It is for sale by all druggists Now Pat said a magistrate to an old offender what brought you here gain 7 ITwo policemen sor was the lacon Drunk I suppose 7 queried the magistrate Yes tlor said Pat both nv thim Elections for governor will be held in he following States Nov 7 Massach isetts Rhode Island Ohio Virginia For the Legislature anti minor offices in Maryland New Jersey Pennsylvania South Carolina and Kentucky For mayor in many of the larger cities no ably New York Philadelphia and Louisville William II York In jail at Lawrence burg charged with the murd r of his irother James H York Sr attempted to commit suicide first by taking norphino and then bycutting his throat He has u good chance to recover Sick headache is caused by II disor dered condition of tho stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlains Stoun salt and Liver Tablets For solo by- ill druggists The blow of a whales tail is the trongest animal force in the world the- kick of a giraffe is second and the troke of a lions paw the third A bet of 4000 even on Jerome was made in New York McClellan has ropped from a one to five favorite to one to four 7 RUBBLE Madam Rumor reports another wed dingM B ahd J C Eubanks are having their houses painted C E Miller bought 175 cattle nt ai average of 335 Dank Ball sold hit house and lot of 11 acres near Hedge ville to John and A M House for 275 Jns Pollard is in Davicss county this weekvisiting his daughter Mrs Jas McKcchnle entertained at dinner Sat urday in honor of Mrs C E Miller oC Illinois Mrs Samantha Hubble oC Stanford is visiting relatives Tm friends here Mrs Eva Dillingcr has moved to Danville A C Carman Is visiting his daughter in Lexington Dont Borrow Trouble It IB a Lad habit to borrow anything ptrsalblyIheavy weary and wurn out by the pains and poisons of dyspepsia bit iousness Bright s disease and simi lar Internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms hut fly for relief to Electric glitters Hero you will find sure and permanent for ffctfnlnrss of all your troubles nnd your body will not be burdened by u load of debt disease At G L Pen nys Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Or ohiml Price LOc Guaranteed All presents received were merely inexpensive mementos of the trip such as ono traveling in a strange country might receive says the presidents daughter There was really nothing remarkable about my trip and I can not understand why so much fuss is made of it I had an exceptionally fine time and enjoyed every moment I was away The only thing I regret is that so many nonsensical stories were circulated re garding me further remarked Miss Alice Roosevelt to a San Francisco re porter New Cure For Cancer All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Bucklens Aruba Salve Jas Walters of Dutlleld Vn writes I hud u cancer on my lip for years that Deemed Incurable till Buck Ions Arnica SnlroJivaled anti now it Is perfectly well Guaranteed euro Itor cuts and burns 25o rt G L Pen ny V Stanford Loc Bros Crab Or chard P UMBRELLAS Roconred and repaired and made almost u pofHl a new for it amount I can Ix your umbrella bolter than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial FRASIC ATKIM Stanford TO THE LADIES I I him ottpnctl n I r i iiiaklng KitnhlUli mi tit lit toS hoini on Ixignu Awiin mul ark- a sluirv of the mtroniiKt ol the Inillpn or this rOlllmlllllt iiroiiilolna ntl fnctory work llvrinH trI Miss UHODA WIIITR rUnntoril Ky AlchHanging Fork Farm For Rent a CfltuUtanf tIll nen known nl tilt Onion plnkti nenr the old w JII mlll with tJ or iiincrvsof good hemp liiiul mid HI nrrrt of frost curt = ntI tor Ollt HUmt tin iuiH In uicnilovr mill the rvinnliiiliv In blur Kru IniiiroviliHiitK and plnc will wntnml Will Im for riiit for Mvrrnl yiiiM Apply tiiT J Foster Htuufoni Ky For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated Jut outalUe nf town limits on the Somerset pike house has rooms kitchen and set rants room rood cellar stable sod all orcinnry ontbulldnjt Water hydntnt In the yard and one for stock JP IIAIlKV Dat1 Traylor t DBAttn IN Wlilslli Brandy Wines Beer GIna r Ky1I Columbia Good Clothes for young zilch are clothes that will appeal to discriminating dressers whu appreci ate perfect tailoring nnd accurate fit ting weE PERKINS Orals Orchard Ky h r PAINT THIS FALL Theres no better painting time than the fall Weather conditions are usually very favorable to good results No heavy rains to soak into the lumber as in the springNo gnats and files to stick to the fresh paint Its best to protect your buildings against winter heather Youll get a good job It you paint now with A THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT e vtM MOT eour WIS aNN YON IIOOdeaL Come to us fur rogue cards SOLD BY WILL N CRA TG Druggist and Optician DEIIITc DE1PMMEF S DE 5 I DE LES i I i j GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky George D Hopper Successor to J 11anArstlale- Iealcr in Hardware Groceries Queensware Tinware Stoves Salt Lime Cement Tiling Field Seeds I ask n portion of the patronage of tho coplo of Stanford alit Lincoln county promising the hest gwxls at the most reasonable prices George De Hopper Stanford Ky f argaiI1s Y 3 Copper lined Bath Tubs your choice for 3 I No 28 Box Stove for wood at 6 I joint of Pipe and Damper free I large Can non Stove second hand for 5 Come Quick S H ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford K- yDANVILLE SHOE STORE Woodson SaUce Successors to Cnld woll Lnnior DANVILLE KENTUCKY setIttr When in town tee our line of Gun Metal Shoos for Vomun Misses nnd Children Our Gravers cant beat They care fur thu tender spots Our Dr Reeds Shoo with cushion solo for men nmko tho rough places rosy Every tiring in Gent Furnishings Splendid flue of Trunk dugs and Suit Caw Keep in touch with us Geo P Crow Salesman K W B MoRoberts ISTANFORD Sells Kiyfocs Keiuly Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed Thero is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper Vhitc Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and SoreBed Bug Destroyer Be kind enough to remit us the amount of your dues at this officeo