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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fr fHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Ji1IF The nomination of Mr Helm who will soon bo Congressman Holm willI bo widely satisfactory to tho democracy of tho district Wo believe that he would have been Invincible from thu day of his entry to tho end of tho race oven had it been contested As wo stated in our editorial columns in publishing his announcement he is fairly entitled to tho honor on tho strength of having gone into the convention two years ago tho choice of thu people and having been defeated by tho trickery of professional wlro pull ers Ho was therefore tho logical claimant to the vottw in a primary of which ho was robbed in tho lato con ventlon His record Is clean and honorable his r character nbovo reproach and his iibillty Unquestioned There is before him the opportunity to win tho fame that Ken tuoklans lovo boat and wo know him to be no laggard We predict for him n future full of promise of whoso reatt Y Izatlon we have no doubt We havo al IWIiI been his friend and will watch his career with intoroat and with pride Idle friends In Madison and their name Is legion extend their congratulations I will Richmond Regand hlMlrty good I tlltfJrIWHICH T x John Smith is thrice a millionaire Quito rapids been his rise A shrewd and calculating man Tho world accounts him who- A scruple ho has never letI Retard hU upward wayJThe question always is with hImIAt all tlmoe Will it pay Hill Jonwi iivery poor Indeed for his bread A conscientious upright man With moro of heart than head Hell dlo as poor as ho has Theres no ono calls him briithtI He never askst Now will it pay 1 Hut always U it rflthUITheres no ono but can clearly set For its as clear as day That Is it right lull little chance To win gainst Doom it pay7 Still when at times when Smith stops to think From doubt hca scarcely frco Somehow mil Jonos seems after all A happier man than ho Puck Make Hay While the Sun r I Thflrrf II n lesson Shines la the II work of Use thrifty farmer Ho knows thut the- bright sunshine may taxi but u 11nI and tHt propitrwii for Iho showura whluh Aro so liable to follow So it should he with orory liousohold Dysuntory dlarrhooo nnd cholera morlwH say attack ome membor ofI the hone without warning Chamber lulng olio Cholera and Diarrhoea Kexited jr which to the boat known mcHllclne for VJwse dlowlees should nlwuys b nni baRd as twmwUatu treatment Is neomsary and d luy may Provo fatal for lIat by Stanford Drug Co u PUBLIC SALE I hilt nllldfd to quit hoe krIdu wsII on HATIHltAV NKIT IVTII Mrst rlII1rIH111M of byIuuriiw whlrh lvm I Mull I of milk HT l ny Ii lift rMlfSmoiithioUI I IMtggy ptiiwloii MtrINlggy hiirnmw I n w ninn iwlill1 yard rltlliiK iHTlillm A Ii4 of giMnl UHnliMi IIH n ht11r itlitxr nm unit ruiiiinir A lot IrIHnrlll tad iifW WHliliiK iiiHrhlnt uml wrlugvr I wnhlnu tiiM I NI Imtb tub A lot of houxi hold oat I line iilnnii liwl Rtcntl nmllrvw tiviwr wash In lull wnnl rulxx lunik olmlm illniilnii tulilo otherIi Kowltiml iiMful tlitiiK for hour kwpliia two nuinorinu tn inuiitlon I eimk rlolt nrl ulvn il At tht Mime tliiml will iifTwr my t Iiou rnn l lot lot ixmtnliu iiixtut t sere wilts dwcIltnltoteruoIns vynil out liulhl l wIIlIn wntr right lltlliflllMir lUOIWOl tfl Nlt lOllltlOIIK II- Ith utility fur niimntliiit wool to imnKv in Iti f amid Carl imilniM Tin lot run tin Illi of Ihn 11t llnllronil long nw Oil th lot 1110 nmll wiiro IIOUM that nolil nlK ut I iMr Imv now uM1 till foluiiililn Hlnilutnw I to Ilf tmliill r niirHiillwr MIll tioiiiutljr Hi oVIoik T niiii miulo kaaw en of 1nIIKC WIILIu1l4 ItcIClnny Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Ponrt II J MllniiiTU rinliitllT v John Hum JlldI1I111 tr lH ffnJiiiil Notlcoof wilw to of lh Iditeo- htIrruttsortIaIIIiiIMnt y11 nullou UlltlIIIII1 Int IIIIr will on M iNI AYHKlT luTII Uur- l1wmitthr hour of front of llu Htnidant Ky sell III IIhtIrthelloKiiiitown renl 1IIIlollloulltlKyIIlh tho iniuftMidiintJoliii Ham Jiiakiimn nnd U Uiundwl on t nod Knot Iv iHluiiU of II lortcr on tin Honth liv mho limU of Iimi VIIIIArIII on IIII wont liy mho other InmltorUnilK Jnckimiii Tin nniount tolH rIIII1 from thin into lilt Hum of UUI with IntorMt tlivrnon nt th ratu or etx lxr elItJr niiimiii from II V s Itchuntil to thf follow IK rI1 IW pnltl IHo Itcu 2T5 imld Jnly hf i5 Ill Id1111 m pnld to ltul flUiII Nov Id hilt I1JU Mny 01 loguthr with tht raatM or Chili nottuii Tlio Mix will lw uuuto on a errant or six inimtlunml tint IlIIr4JhllWr will Iw rwiulwl to gly Ixnd for the prlcv with approved wcurlty imynlilu to com unit txnrmng t nt tho rnto oriuiwr cent imrnnnum from the diite of site the land to hnvo the force und tlloct of R SAUFLEY M 0 L C C- t4 i Road working is tho order of the day presentWork Mr Speaks now house Is progressing rapidly under supervisio of Cook liros- H H Walls has been sick for Bome days Miss Maud MalikId has alBo been IndisposedIKU Lancaster preached n fino sermon at tho Presby terian church Sunday night Green Carrier has moved to tho Lon zo Skidmoro place Mrs C Eppcrsoi has moved to tho homo of her son Jno G Heed A few days since about ICO friend and relatives gathered at the home or Wm Heed on Greasy Hidgo to eels brute the birthday of Uncle John Rood and In honor of his brother Jo seph lived of Oklahoma who was hereon a visit After partaking of the many good things that had been prepared and spending several hours In conversation about tho good old times gone by Mrs S S Uostin took tho picture of each one separately Mr and Mrs C M Young Hov J M Cook and Elbert Young nttendei the dedication of Mt ZIOn church near Science Mrs H F Horton has returned from New Albany Mrs Man trod Cnovolettu Is visiting her parent hero John H Meier and wifeof Dan villc and Jacob bluffer and wife or Somerset visited their parents hero Sunday Arch liastin and family or Ilttsburg are visiting tho family of M S Hastin Jack Dull and family or Gentry county Mo are visiting reIn tivcs here Mrs H S Cook visited her parents at Danville last week Elijah lacy and family of Casey aro vii sting here CHURCH MATTERS Itev 0 M Huey has been holding a protracted meeting at lJurnslde Jour Rev G W Mills of Hustonvlllc Is holding a protracted meeting at Antioch church near Phil Casey county In hifl sermon at the Christian church Sunday morning Eld Joseph Ballot took Issue with Hev George 0 Barnes declaring John Alexander Dowie to an Impostor of the worst sort Tho revival at the South Elkhorn Christian church which was conducted by Prof II L Calhoun of the Uible College and Hev A Fairhurst the pastor closed Friday night with 83 ad ditions to the church Jessamine Journal The protracted mncting at the Mayo Christian church closed with 19 addi Bans to tho church Pastor 0 J Young was assisted by Hev E Petty of Williamstown and n glorious revival was experienced Harrodsburg Demo drat The 104th session of tho South District Baptist Association closed Wed nesday evening at Porryville after cne of the most prosperous meetings in the history of the organization The Per ryvlllo brethren never do things by halves and their entertainment of the messenger and time others prosent was certainly a feature of the two days mooting Advocate Cincinnati capitalists have secured an option on thu Richmond Electric and Power Company until October 1 It ii understood that It is thu intention oI the parties taking this option to extent tho wires from there to llerca whit is fifteen miles south und which has s population of nearly 2000 Tho route for the wires will be out time Big Mil pike They will run through Rogers villa Kingston and liobtown Allof those placcg together with all resl dunces along the way will bo furnished light It is understood that an electric car lino will also be built Gov Luke P Blackburn whose rep utation as H physician and philnnthro past is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water Is tho best nper lent known to tho medical profession and will cure moro diseases than anyone remedy I have ever used Get i bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil drug gists and country stores lion Jnmea S Serman chairman of tho Republican Congressional Campaign Committee says that Mr Roosevelt did not toll Speaker Cannon during tho lattera recent visit to Oyster Bay that Undo Joo would bo the next Presi lent Mr Sherman suys that the dolor subscriptions for campaign purposes iro not coming in fast enough Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is sold imjor u positive guarantee to euro onstlpation sick headache stomuuh roubloi or any form of indigestion If It falls the manufacturers refund your mono What moro can any one do Pennys Drug Store Barber Docs do razor pull boss 7 Victim No tho razor only catches and you do the pulling Russelivlllo went wet C7 Saturday Boone county has just sent her first prisoner to the pen in three years Seven deaths and 17 prostration from heat were reported in Chicago- W B Farrald of Lexington was Instantly killed by ligtning near Torrent Wolfe county At Birmingham Mrs William Me Vay shot her husband to death bccausi of his attention to other women William Carro way a workman in the Luzcrne mine near Greenville was instantly killed by coming in contac with a live wire The assets of tho suspended stock commission house of M J Sago Coo Jersey City are 116000 and the lia bilitlca are 333000 At Russcllvillo the 12yearold son oC Seal Scare was bitten by a copperhead snake while at play and it was though for a while that he would die Eugene Weaver a prominent Allen county man was beaten insensible and robbed while returning from church near Scottavillo nnd is in a serious con conditionMiss Bader was bound and gagged by two Negro burglars in her home in Paducah but the intruder wore frightened away before they se cured anything Vice President Fairbanks and Booker T Washington addressed the Ohio State Colored Industrial and Educational Exposition at Grove City a suburb of Columbus- In an excess of religious zeal Mrs Josephine Burton Young of San Her nardino Cal set herself on fire hoping by the martyrdom of flames tc reach the heavenly throne Sixty policeman were overwhelmed by a mad rush of men and women in Chicago who were determined to get the first money paid out of the vaults of the ruined Milwaukeeavenue bank Twentyeight persons wore killed and 21 wounded as tho result ol an attempt to assassinate Premier Stolypin while ho was holding a public reception at his country homo near St PetersburgAn pt was made to burn the house of Marshal Collins at Glasgow Paper was stuffed between the smoke house anjl wall of tho dwelling and both wall and paper were saturated with oil and set on lire Prof William II Brewer professor emeritus in Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University in a speech at the banquet of tho American Veterinary Medical Association in New Haven Conn advocated horse flesh as foot Negro troops do not seem to be want ed anywhere in the United States and an effort will probably be made in the next Congress to repeal the law which provides for the enlistment of Negroes Even the Filipinos object to colored soldiers Unnecessary Expense Acute ultiuks of colic and diarrhoea come on without warning und prompt relief must be obtained There Is lib necessity of incurring tilt expense of a physicians g rvlu In such oases li Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarr lOon Uomwly U at hand A doso of this remedy will relieve the patient before a doctor could arrivo It bus never been known to full dnngorousIout it For sale by Stanford Drue Co The Louisville Nashville nnd Vir ginia Southwestern railroads are now engaged in a taco to reach n rich new coal field just opened in Virginia near tho Kentucky line and each is constructing a branch line Stomach Troubles and Consti pation No ono can Voasonably hope for good digestion when tho bowels are constipated Mr Chus Baldwin of Kdwurtlsvllle Ill says I suffered from chronic constitution and stom ach troubles for several yours but thanks to Chamberlains Stomach und Livor Tablets am almost cured u Why not gut n package of thoso tab lets anti got well and stay well 1rice ii cents Samples free For sale by Stanford DruyCo E C ofBowling Green a veilknown newspaper man died after a long illness of tuberculosis Ho was imploycd by the Louisville Times for jevoralyenrs and was well known in Kentucky In Self Defense Major llamm editor anil manager of tho Constitutionalist Eminence Ivy when ho was fiercely attacked tour years ago by Piles bought tt box of Rueklens Arnica Salve of which ho ays It cured mo In 10 days and- o trouble since j Quickest healer of Burns Soros Cuts and Wounds 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bron Crab Orchard Rev S B Landerssubject next Sunday morning Is It Well Eve rang Broken Cisterns to The Peoples Bank will open for bus- Iness Monday Sept 3 in their new building Tho furniture and fixture arc decidedly the finest in the county- A delightful dinner was given last Thursday by Mrs Darling McCarty at her home at Mt Salem to Miss Kathleen McKinney of this place and a number of other visitors- J G Weotnerford bought a famil horse of A B C Dinwiddio for 125 A B Austin has bought 150 acres or timber land in Casey county and will move his spoke plant to it and begs work at an early date D C Allen arrived home Saturday from St Joseph Infirmary Louisville and was met by a host of friends who gladly welcomed his return He d6 sires through these columns to express his heartfelt thanks to his numerous friends for their expressions of sorrov at his misfortune Miss Alice Drye leaves this week fo Cincinnati to complete her studies in stenography Mrs Ben Spalding oC Lebanon is with her brother Bailej Hill near our city Miss Mattie Al corn leaves Saturday for Chicago to be gin her duties as teahcer of the oral system W D Hockcr and Horse Bohon were at home Sunday Mesdames J M Flege of Williamstown and E C Hardid of New Albany Ind attended the burial of their grand mother Mrs main Mr Jesse Weiser and handsome bride of Louisville are spending the week with the family of W S Van Arsdale Miss Annie Huffman of Lex ington Is visiting Miss Melle Hopper Miss Marie Louise McMurtry of Lou isville is with relatives here Mrs Kato Culbertson and daughter of Cov ington who were with relatives here have returned home June H Reid and J Roy B Rose of Corbin were al home last week Mrs McKee of Quincy is visiting her daughter Mrj V B Morse Wm Dodd our veteran horse man took n string to the Columbia fair and won blue ties galore Dr A F Carpenter of St Louis is the guest of relatives here Miss Julia Stagg is back from a pleasaat visit at Abingdon Va Mrs Ruth Green is the guest of relatives in our city MATRIMONIAL Mrs Walter Jackson of Lexington a bride of 10 days and only 1C years old has brought suit for divorce Mr and Mrs W R Williams oi Hustonville announce tho engagement of their daughter Maude Bernice to Mr Henry Fontaine Waller of Okalo na Miss Tho marriage will occur at the home of the prospective brides parents at high noon Tuesday Sept 18 The ceremony will be performed by Dr E M Green of Danville as sisted by Rev S B Lander Circuit Judge T F Birkhead has written an opinion in the case of C P Keown against W S TInsley Clerk of the Ohio County Court and T N John son declaring unconstitutional the leg Islative redistricting bill passed at the recent session of the Legislature Th decision deals primarily with the 2Gt legislative district composed of the counties of Ohio Butler and Edmonson but affects the entire State A Mystery Solved How to keep off periodic attack of btliousnosa and habitual const t lion was a mystery that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved for mof writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind Tho only pills thut are guaranteed tc give perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only 2m at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Hon E Leslie Worthington of Maya villa has announced for the democratic nomination for tho appellate judgeship to succeed Judge Paynter Mr Worth- Ington has served in the Senate having been elected on the democratic ticket in the MasonLewis district which was normally republican and is regarded as a constitutional lawyer of exceptional attainment 4 Warning- If youlbuVo kidney and bladder trouble and do not use FoloysKldnoy Cure you will have only yourself to minute for results as It positively Diires all forms of kidney and bladder diseases Pennys Drug Store Detroit capitalists are said to be bo und a plan to build an electric lin from Scottavillo to Bowling Green tops havo been taken to secure ight of way A conservative estimate plaoea the property loss at Valparaiso as a result if the earthquake and fires at 200 first days sale of seats for the JelsonGans battle amounted to 30 000 Is He Out of Collars i The Arrow Brand Collar looks well until it is worn out and it wears out slowlyH Two for 25c W E Perkins ilKentucky Distributing Depot for Pittsburgh Perfect Fences All Galvanized Steel Wires for field farm and hog fencing The only electrically welded fence Every rod guaranteed perfect The DURABLE fence none so strong All largo wires Highest EFFIEXCY LOW EST COST No wraps to hold Moisture and cause Rust Absolutely STOCK PHOO 11CAIIL G Try our Cotton Seed Lard Hemp Knives on Hand W H WIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeeping Shorthand Typewriting std all time Commercial Brunches taught in tho Commercial Department of tho SUE BENNETr MEMORIAL SCHOOL Students now hohlingogollllsitions Diplomas granted to those who finish the Cl1llr cost of getting u business education September is time for 1lrtieulllJ8IIJ C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Ky sTAoRDMALEFEMMEsENI1ARY First term begins MONDAY SEPF 3 1906 Our faculty ia strong1I equipment fir tclaB surroundings comfortable college work done on college principles work accepted by tho host institutions in the State rates very reasonable Dont send oil to school when youjjhave as good or hotter advantages at house Address OSCAR B PALLIS President Stanford Ky The Interior Journal E C WALTON I M F NORTH amtslinbleettotthpaclontofthe1em erfttlo pnrty Democratic Ticket For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln rowdy T i TUG unprecedented majority of Hokc Smith for Governor of Georgia comes to those whoas a complete surprise thought that Clark Howell more nearly represented the causo of the per pie Smith was Clevelands Secretary of the Interior and it was thought that ho had made many enemies by his support of Cleveland That he carried 110 of the 145 counties and How counjtieswhelmingly the peoples choice and that Tie will be nominated by the con vention which meets September 4 on the first ballot In Georgia the pri mary settles the election the result being equivalent to election Smith is an exnewspaper man having owned the Atlanta Journal Howell is editor of the Constitution and J H Estill another candidate is editor of the Sa vannah News The fight was therefore chiefly among editors and they have made it hot The campaign was waged with great intensity and in some respects a most disgraceful manner ACCORDING to the revenue returns 4000000000 cigarettes were taxed last fiscal year or an increase pf 416000000 upon the preceding As enormous as is the total it is not over 50 cigarettes for each head of population per annum These wouldnt hurt much if divided out in that way but the trouble is thatI a comparatively few try to smoke whole number The laws of several of the States prohibiting the sale and en joyment of cigarettes have had no visible effect in lessening the consumption Is this because the people take pleas ure in defying what they regard as absurd and tyrannical sumptuary enactments i CONCERNING the proposed joint de bate between candidates Beckham and McCreary Senator Bailey of Texas said Well if its a goodnatured debate it will do good but if it brings in bitterness and ill feeling it will do much harm I believe in joint debates my P self The people have a right to com tpare their candidates side by side and it makes the speakers cautious in their f statements as they realize that any error or misstatement will be at once f exposed t JUDGE S W HAGER Kentu- ckystnext governor spoke to a large t crowd at Lancaster yesterday after a handsome introduction by Hon R H 4Tomlinson Judge Hagers effort was and was well received After the speaking the judge drove ov er to this place and spent several Hours in meeting and conversing with democrats He made a fine impression both here and at Lancaster TUB President has announced that he has adopted the Carnegie reform spell ing and that he has instructed the pub lie printer that all official documents from the White House including the Presidents messages shall be printed in accordance with the recommenda iltions of the Spelling Reform Commit by Drander Matthews of Columbia University ss j HON HARVEY HELM of this place was selected by National Committee man Urey Woodson as one of 10 Ken tuckians to serve on the reception com mittee on the occasion of Mr Bryans reception at Madison Square Garden New York Thursday next but was compelled to decline on account of bus nets affairsTilE Chicago man who disappeared from homo 31 years ago and was not heard of by his friends till recently when he returned and handing his wife 5000 told her to take it and ask no questions has been arrested for bigamy preferred by a South Dakota woman TilE Kentucky State Journal the democratic organ of the State makes the remarkably low offer of that paper daily until Nov 7 for 50c If you want to keep posted on democratic doings and things in general send COc to VP Walton at Frankfort JOHN D yiHTE serves notice that he will contest the nomination of Edwards for Congress As Edwards majority is about 8000 and still growing the crested jayhawker may get some fun i out of the contest but he will get no J pie POLITICAL Cato Sells John Temple Graves and H H Hitchcock r are announced as the speakers for the Bryan reception in Chicago has accepted an invitaW J Bryan dine with the men tion to evening of September of New York on the for the Bryan The programme1 30August was In New announced r t cJ Secretary of the Treasury Shaw will speak at Nashville Sept 14 Fire Chief W R Joyner has been nominated for Mayor of Atlanta Ga Senator James B McCreary and Gov Beckham have agreed to meet in Lex ington at noon today to arrange the details of the joint debates Hon lt C Duffy chairman of the Democratic County Committee of Har rison announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Ninthfdistrict making two candi dates for the honors from Harrison countyDistrict Attorney William Travers Jerome gave out another interview in New York in which ha severely attack ed William R Hearst as a man of no importance and no ideas and declared the Democratic party in New Yorkwould not stand for Hearsts nomination for Governor- A tabulation of the vote shows that Hon D C Edwards of London received 11724 votes while John D White received 3825 votes and Charles E Herd received 2691 votes These figures do not include the vote of Jack son and Letcher counties which was not before the committee Mr Ed wards however received 316 plurality in Jackson and 169 in Letcher over White Herd running third in each of these two counties Edwards plurality over White 8384 and about 10 000 over Herd and over 2000 more than both together IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Stephen Chambers wife of a prominent Mercer county farmer com mitted suicide Thomas C Bronston aged 80 one of the most prominent farmers in Madison county is dead Fred Harris has succeeded R L Sal ter deceased as director in the Boyle National Bank of Danville In the locol option election Saturday in Washington county the drys won a decided victory having a majority of about 800 votes Simon Wesley bought the interest of H W Raines deceased in the general merchandise business of Raines Wilkinson at Liberty Mrs James B McCreary was taken ill at Riphmond Friday and the Senator was compelled to cancel his appoint ment at the Germantown fair and go to her bedside She was much improved at last accounts Attorneys Robert Harding and Robert Waddle filed suit in the Pulaski cir cuit court for the administrator of the estate of Engineer Gillespie who was recently killed on the Q C The sum asked for is 30000 Lightning struck and set fire to the main building at Union College in Bar bourville Friday totally destroying it The loss will be 10000 but the build ing will be replaced at once It is a Methodist institution- A petition is being circulated among the voters of this county for signers which will be presented to the County Judge praying that a special election be ordered to be held in this county to as certain the sense of the people on the question of erecting toll gates on the pikes in this countyCasey County NewsA dispatch says A reunion of the Ramsey family is being held here at the home of Mr and Mrs J P Frank Those present are Dr B Ramsey of Paint Lick Mr T Ramsey of and a sister Mrs J H Green of Beloit Ill Dr Ramsey and his sister Mrs Green had not seen each other for 60 Years Mrs Green is 79 years old Dr Ramsey is 82 and Mr T Ramsey 71 They are all halo and hearty enjoying their reunion DrI ft Ramsey is the father of Mrs John Bright Jr of this place GalvestonSea makes life now as safe In that city as on the higher uplands E W Guod loe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety He writes I have used Dr KingV New Discovery for Consumption the past five years and It keeps me well and safe Before that time I hud a cough which for years had been growing worse Now its gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Ev cry bottle guaranteed at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Or chard It is said that a special grand will be called in Leo county Virgmla- to Investigate the John Lee an alleged member of Frank Balls crowd Lee was killed by the Kentucky officers when they fired on the house in which Frank Ball was hiding Summer Diarrhoea in Child ren During the hot weather of the summer months the first unnatural looseness of a childs bowels should have immediate attention so as to check the disease before it becomes serious All that is necessary is a few doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by II dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M O Stockland Pastor ot the first M E Church Little Falls Minn writes We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find it a very valuable remedy especially for summer disorders in children Sold by Stanford Drug Co Here and There A seat on the New York Stock Ex change sold for 95000 Woo A Cohen formerly of this cour ty is dead at Versailles George Wells fearfully stabbed mack Lawrence at the Holiness camp meeting at Aliceton Boyle county Miss Ella Montgomery died at her home at Buena Vista Garrard county after an illness of two years from tu DresUack aged 16 accidentally shot Newt Mulliken ot Anadarko Okla and then believing she had killed him shot herself Both will die Judge Moss has extended the special term of the Whitley Circuit Court until the regular term in November if It is necessary to catch up with the civil docketRev H H Hibbs pastor of the Bap tist church at Williamsburg has been in New York for the past week and has secured 40000 from Ezra Stephen a New York millionaire to build a fine recitation building for the Williamsburg Institute CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will positively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford K- yCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court J HhoilM Mlirtln ot ill IlalntlfTi vs henry Martin rt til IHrimliintH NotUiol knit llirstwnt to a JmlBiiifiit of the Lincoln circuit coin t In the nliovr ktyltil action the umlrrslKiiwI Master toin mliklonvr of salt court will on MONIiYY HKIT luTII lte0 tiurcourlIiouitoutcry to the highest ami It bidder Mare n tonttn 7IOi mill Ilvi MVKiitlii of onn cal- fberelnnfterdraerllsrl In the Intel or This snle iisilvcrvrtl IrtI8ceeds of tilt Mile of their stmriit the rviileMiite to secure education etc and to satisfy cvrtaln Menu thereon hereinafter IlolIgllIlorcent from October II stilijtil to u entilt ulothefurther lien of Knnnle Ixuiglns upon 610 of the undivided Interest ordered sold for sum of J167 with Intnrest thenoii lit the ruts of six per cent per annum front Jan II lUtt palJanuaryand I3 paid Oct S8WH The sold real estate li situated In Lincoln County Kron the waters of Hanging Kork creek a follows lieglnnlng ate chestnut and beech cut nor to Mrs Dorcas Iauiherty deceased thence her line poles to a Lynn tree her corner thencebcr line N 01 v PoIratoastnke thence her line continued tUlllpthnAT nrJ W poles to- tOll T IlIrtlnIOrnr thence Ida pin K pole to n stake his corner thence his lint H 61j W l01 ores to n stake thence Ids line ft 3 poles to u take near the top of tilt ridge thence II K Hi poles to n thence N W 51- 1aittotwochntnut oaks thence N v poles to two chestnut oaks one fallow thenceNttyi1V fit roles to the beginning containing its pens more or lIu Thin Is the tract of land formerly nwntil by Wllwn Martin and U known us the Wilson Mnrtln farm Thesnff will li made on n credit of six qulntltoapproved personal security nice to the coinniUntoneriinil bearing interest nt the rate of flHTCMnt per annum from date of murchnetprlcezlien GEO n SAUFLEY 1t C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court tmViolaHale In Two Cases Pursuant to judgments of the Lincoln caseTherein1IIIrllJllf d Slaster UUIIIIIIIlonr safd court will on- MONDAYHF1T10 between and tat r Mln front of the court house door In Inllfonl Ky sell lit public outcry to the best bidder the two trllet of laudwhich art hereinafter de scribed The plaintiffs Murphy Dlnwlddle thelefendnntboth the Bald tract by descent from John C Dlnwlddle Each tract will Ui sold separately this sale bring mnde for the purpose of division liotli said tracts lire In Lincoln vounty Ky unit the tint tract which U on the waters iT Hanging Fork hounded jm follows lieglnnlng at I M livens corner In center of pike stone pointer and running with said livens1 line ll W lt pilI links to n tone thence H CJ at vl8poles 2 Ilnktoastone- henceK411111Jolosllmkto n stone In the center of the tike thence N U 84 K a containingjofnnacre Tie second tract Is near Turnersvlllo Lincoln county Ky nnd Is bounded as follows lieglnnlng nt it Ntone curlier to lot ormerly bought by John U Dlnwlddle of isleshicksloitthence N K with his lint HJj poles to Jarmans corner on Hewes line thence with his line H5tF1210k25litiks Fount OWl lfyn corner turner H anyj with hi buck line t 15ysimoleltoastonecorner lot thence KA W with said llveas and lglnningcunbdulugIdUrere The plalntlffi Murphy Dlnwlddle Minnie Dlnwlddle and a ml the de fendant Viola Morton each own an un Ivldwli of each of the a foresnld t the lands for tilt purchase price of sell of till aforesaid made payable to said owners The lauds will be mind n3 as each of aforesaid plaintiffs and defendant arrive at the age of il years However should Robert Durham the- unnilnnofplulntlITsexecute the required event the amount of the purchase price dutQilN wards may bo told to him nt any tlmii after the exnlratliui of six months from tho dote of safe nml should John Morton guardian of defendant Viola Morton execute the re lured guurdlans bond then In that event 1111111tosix months from date of sale And should these said RUanHans execute tho lands mentioned then the purchase price will lai due six months from date or till e or should mentionII nftroullnnatlon of the hue purchllAlr may purcbnwJlrrcu feeshishtlIrIntorltfromdatoof sale fund will heave tile force loeurtillsold GEO D SAUFLEY M C L C C PA KE S HAIR BALSAM and besutla U bait Vomtxtf a taiuritnl flora ardore Ory coloraentp FARM FOR SALE I ncrei of flrxtcliKN Inu4l lying on Han Ing Fork Lincoln county Him Is slttintetl mIlt from tike Utweeu Danville t jtnn fool Thlslstine of the lsat farms In the county Uootl dnvlllng of six roomsnnd all neceniuiry outbuildings Kinelng In goo l fondltlon nnd never ttdllilxu of water W F MIIOIKU- U F1 No y Hlanforxl Ky FOR SALEOR RENT My borne In Ornli Orrhunl Iiuriitrtl twist Hpriugs nnd tin Hrnl t riliirdlnul d School taxi house ut eight riMiins Lot olllnllls iseu nens anti young orchard on It Will tiled sell Iliy stunk of groceries and confection Dc iAYN nil prubnrd Ky FARM FOR SALE ginoteiitonlbcrtarewk t tUslru to sell my loan of mi acir on Utmitoru- A Crab Orahanl pike S tunas from Ornli Or lohnnl Knriii Is with rout Allillluokour the place can cull on Air lleklon- who lives on till farm J SMITH llllliorts trek Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mcltobcrta Drug Store in the Owsloy BuildiiiK Waynesburg Marble and Grari Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dealer In anti Manufacturer of GraniteMonuments Marble Raised letters a JllClnltfv Office and works Waynesburg Iadgvtt Agt FARM FOR SALE We IIIIVP for wile n splnndld larrartl county farm It lies on the I xlngttin pike ulioutaU miles front Lmictinter and von- tulusnisumtyLi acres TltoUUarres of this farm aresultnble for hemp and tolmcco A hasisenThis farm lien well and has n brick res idence on It This U a tine farm If you wish lotr us nUnit It you eon unit us tit the nsldenctof HC Jennings In Uincnster- Kr JOHKMOUANDLINOIlVND To Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will luring the month of August tell at u diecomit all FRAMES ETCand give the mine guarantee of sat isfnction ns before Office over Me RoticrU Drug Store to 12 A M 180 to 4 P M W N Craig Stanford IPRES trlssrtr TIONSI I THREE HonestyAccuracy THINGS I I are n part Intelligence of every prescrip I tion we fill floes not write them down with the other ingredients because of n tacit understanding that they I are to go in always and he I knows they WILL go in when you bring hjs order to u- sSrapfoI asss d Drug co1 PUBLIC SALE of teal Kitatennd 1er sonal Property Commencing ut 10 oclock A we will offer for sale ml- vvUNEHUAY Atro2V1a0 J Kubanksfarm of 8 alerts The Is located 6 miles of Mnntir- daudlinlluouthof Hubble en the county road that Intersects the Mtanford and Hun vMlo kit and the Hush llriinch pike Till Is suitable fur hump tobacco corn- andwheotmiadh0a iiures of uncultivated wowllaml orchard of great variety t story dwellingof fruit with roomfa goalclslern nt lair and tilt farm heroil never falling on Iindnllmctssnry outbuildings The house Is situated In augur of about sugar trees and Is one ot time healtlilest Pliers In tho county and In nil excellent nelghlior hood swuuuessi dillerx Three calve extra lire tot of chickens u lnrg coicon geese 2horse wagon buggy nnd harness buck board double A harrow rake new turning plow furndttiltadstudyssmklle IIreNOrN I cV Jlollle hlIIt1111 stove 5 dune loltoimlairlorehmiSirt- with hottolll 11IIIr8 1I11luh rocker to match rockers a carpets 7 111 matting 2 kitchen tables i din Ing taW I Invalids chair glass front look ease rustle chair cunict loom nnd 8 spliliillig WhlIN and 111lIl1lot IIr things too numerous to or hull of the growing crop will be sold with or seperate Irolll the Stan- TEItMHOrHALEAilrsonnl property nniountlng to In and move pMynble In W tinys with goal adowu on the fnrlll lolalcu In iindayeiiriiBtflpercent Interesf with lien resumed on M1LFOHD KUHANKH OKO A EU BANKH 111 W C Atlmri Odds and Ends They Must Go You can use them We cant These prices surely will move them EVERY GARMENT in our stock of Mens Net Underwear sold all the season for 50c 75c and 100 are in this sale at ThirtyFive Cents I All the 25 and 35 cent garments in this sale at Fifteen Cents 250 Porto Rican Straw Hats at 100 our 200 goods go at 100 the 100 stuff is now 50c and our HALF DOLLAR HATS at 25 cents What better investment on your t money do you want than this for next sea sons use atss H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY CREAM7 tSummercomplexiontroubleswith the grease of perspiration clog and stifle the pores Keep them clear and healthy so that the natural oils maydo their work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM wtrthroughandwrinkluImmediatelyof health FREE ASSAEMGEI If you call at our store we will gladly give free a generous sample of the cream and a youIof the famous book A Trt4tiit m FttUl PENNYS DRUG STORESTANFORD KENTUCKY I Say dont you think this Shower Bath would be fine on a hot Summer day I would like to give you fig ures on a bath room complete Hot and cold water put in your country home at 100 to 500 Satisfaction guaranteed SeH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Give Your Children an Education SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Established 10 years lIne had a rapid continual growth Nine Depart men tt nil follows Academic Normal Intermediate Primary Music Businessa Industrial Physical Culture and Biblical The cost is small instruction thorough location healthful influence J wholesome Write for Catalogue J C LEWIS PRINCIPAL LONDONKY i s d I rNEW DARK GINGHAMS r for School Drotscs Jut in nt 10 and 12Jc NEW AUTO VEILS 1hto nro lignIn tho rage They nro tolling liko hot cakes in Now York e W6 hays them in nil colors nt 2ftc to 82f 0 NEW BELTS NVc nro showing eomo uilvnnco styles in JJolts nt 50o to 8200 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY KY tII 2H 190C 1STANFORD UKLICIOUS Ice Cream Soda at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MR AND Mns Wit HtdfllNB nro at Drlppltnr Springs GBOUUR HIATT of MtVornon 1 1 spent Saturday hire MB J W HAYDBN of Paris wm h fo with old friends i MR FOUNT STIOALU of Iuhukl i tended the burial of hid grandson liar vey Sloan MIRY MARY CRMO HAYDBN of ParIs with her grandnwthar Mn Porno lla Brawn Miss MARTHA HUHHARD of Rich mond it with MiM Joie Hubbard In the Wost End MIM RICA BAKKR the gust of Mn Doll Jones at MiddkiboroMt- Vernon Signal Mils MACOIB ROYALTY of Stanford pint Saturday with Mn Hollo Austin Lancaster Record MRS W J YAOHH who has been with Mn W M Bright returned to her home in Uulsvillc Saturday t CASIIIBR D A THOMAS of tho Bank of Mlddlcburg and Mr George Dryc also of that place were hero Saturday Mns ANNIH JAMBS of Lexington and Mr Thomas D Wcarcn of Louis Lana aro with Mr W II Woaren and familyMn T SINK and family who have been hero with relatives nnd friends returned to Coal Creek Tenn B KasNBOY nnd Mlw Kafc Kennedy will nrrivo from Knoxville today The family will occupy the Vaughn cottage on East Main MR AND MHH MARK HARDIN are en joying a much needed rest at French Lick Springs Ind and we hop they will be much benefited by tholr stay MR W M UOOLB who has been with the L 8 N at Mobile has heed ran furred to a position with the same read nt wcnboro Lancaster Record MIDBHIIMAN CA8WBLL SAUFLEY of l tho U Naval Academy Annapolis Mil arrived Saturday night to spend a month with hU parents Judge and Mn- f M C Snuflcy Musses JUNE II limn nnd J Roy Rose of Corbin spent Sunday with their wives nt llustonville Both of the gentleman have good positions in the growing little city MIss MARY MOBLEY and brother Master William Mobley have returned from a visit to Miss Lenora Howley of Covington They worn accompanied by Miss Howley who Is their guest r Miss BERTIE GOOCII of Waynesburg is the ifuwt of Miss Lclia George Messrs T Careoi and Givens Carter of Lincoln county are visiting the family of Mr J M Carter Somerset MountaineerMRS CARTER and little son left Saturday for their home at Evansvllle Ind after spending the summer with her mother Mrs Julia Hughes here Mr Warren Hughes accompanied them for a brief visit Mns PBEWITT who has been sick with typhoid lever for three weeks is doing as well as could be expected Mrs Kato Myers and sons Carlisle and Bowman of Huitonvllle are visiting her slater Mrs W PhllKpsLibcr ty News CLERK ISBN CASEY ALLIN left Monday for Texas Colorado nnd New Mex- Ico in search of health Mr Allin has the last few been fast falling luring months and if he finds improvement in West he will probably cato there- permanently1larrod burg Democrat W who has been Dn JAms the Eastern disfor the city physician trict of Louisville for eight years will be succeeded that position Sept 1 by who is an inspec Dr Llewllyn Spears tor of the health department Dr is now on his vacation at Capon Springs Va Ho has made a good record Courier Journal Dr Guest fs n son of Col J W Cuest of Crab Orchard DENHAM wentMHSWRMa AND Saturday to bid their to Williamsburg friends and relatives farewell before Oklahoma to 10Ileaving for Lawton sincere regret that our catc It is with people give up Mr Denham nndhlsI family Stanford has not In splendid bettor business energetichad a moreyears than Mrs Denham who man In business cir jumped Into prominence elei the very day he game here We state that he intends re are glad to turning to Stanford after a few yearsI sojourn in Southwest MR R HUOIIBS spent Sunday at Mt Vernon MRS L CARTER and children are visiting Louisvlllo friends MRS JUAN HUTCHISON of Danville with the Misses Warren Nun SMITH of Norfolk Va with his grandfather Col Hill Miss HBMIB ARMSTRONG of Louis vlllo with Mrs John A Allen Mm ANNIR PBBIILBS of Alabama the guest of Miss Sara Baughman Mils HDITII MooRe df Parksville has been the guest of Mrs J W Ire land SAMUBL SHVMRANCE of the Louis ville Herald with his brother Will hero MR J liitucB has been trying with good effect the water at Olympian Springs Mm JHMIK POWHLL of Hustonvllk the guest of her sister Mm W H Murphy MR W M BUCK of Stanford is visiting hU son Dr John M Beck Courier Journal IfronCrabspent the summer MRS JAMBS WHEAT of Texas is with friends in the East End including Mrs W White Miss NANCY RANDY is spending n week with Miss Mamie Underwood in tho Hubble section MRS BENEDICT SPALDINO who is at Crab Orchard spent n few days with her father Col T TOE Ladies Aid Society of the flap tilt church will meet with Mrs T D Newland next Friday afternoon at 3 o clock MIM FLORA STEHIENSON of Louisville who has been visiting her cousin Miss Lillian Rigney returned home ED MASON and Gcorgo J Williams of Castlewood Va are visiting Mr James M Williams in tho Knob Lick section Misa Louts ROUINSON who has been very ill of appendicitis in Chicago rapidly convalescing her father Mr W Robinson informs MR T TYLHft of Eminence will arrive today to take the position of pharmacist for the Stanford Drug Co adeptIaMRS J M IlULUta Sr and Mr Henry D Baughman spent several days with Mr nnd Mrs W J Hogan at Bryantsvillc Mr Hogan the mis fortune to get a leg broken a few weeks ago LOCALSr JOHN FALCONRERRY fearfully wound ed his half brother Baker Walls by striking him on the head with an ax TOE Crab Orchard Graded School tax is duo Call at the bank and settle Penalty goes on Sept 1 George W Bronaugh collector MR THOMAS PENCE JR tho en ergetic buggy and implement man has bought of Mr John Jones his reel dence on Hustonvilie Avenue for 2750 end will occupy It It one of the prettiest homes In town Fon SALE61 acres of growing hemp best in this section and 22 acres of corn close to town suitablo for feed ing down to hogs Plenty of water in field A bargain if sold immediately W Denham Stanford BANK STOCKI will sell at public auction on Monday Sept 10th county court day five shares of stock in the National Bank of Hustonvilie SaleI will take place in front of the court house at oclock r M W II Hnrris executor Mrs M II McAlister C REYNOLDS who has been toI New Albany Ind in employment of aC box factory returned homo yesterday much wiser than when ho left Ho told us that he could not live on cold bread all the time and ho thought bestI to come homo where ho could three hotsISLOAN Harvey Sloan the 15year old son of Mr and Mrs A Sloan died at his home near Hubble Friday evening and was buried in Buffalo Cem btery Saturday afternoon after services at Hubblo by Elds F M Tinder and George Gowan Young Sloan was a splendid boy only recently having giv en his heart to God and joined the Christian church Appendicitis from which he suffered some timo caused his untimely death Tho parents and other members of the family are almost crushed by their loss and great sympa thy is felt for them I NEW GOODS Coming in ovory day Conic to us for the newest and btet We have made and are still making groat preparations for tho cOll1i gFnllIInd Winter Good merchandise is icnrcer than in years but wo have ours bought and eau supply you GRAvES In abundance for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford Goon farm hand wanted John Tray lor Gilberts Creek Ky n Turn backbone of the hot spell seems at least to have been injured a little I AM prepared to fill orders for pop lar and oak shingles Write for pricos W Creighton Kingavillo Ky W A CARSON will begin work of assessing Lincoln county Saturday He will be assisted by Messrs J D Ander son of Crab Orchard and A A Crutch field of Highland WANTBD Position by young lady compositor on weekly newspaper Has hud three years experience and can give best references Address INTUit ion JOURNAL Stanford Ky NOTICE There will bo a tcmpcranc address and rally the good cause of temperance by Rev J Owens at McKinney Baptist church Aug 30 All arc cordially invited to bo present and help in this good cause COMMITTEE ANNOUNCEMENT There will bo B short musical program given in the Seminary chapel Friday evening Aug 31 by Prof and Mrs Pallia an informal opening of the Stanford Male and Female Seminary All arc invited WILL move to Lawton Oklahoma in a few weeks but my sons Walter and Elmer Dcnham will continue tho coal business in Stanford Thanking the people for a generous patronage I ask n continuance for my boys W Denham REV M TIN ofLancaster made n short talk for the cause of temperance at the court house Saturday afternoon On account of his having to preach the funeral of young Harvey Sloan at Hubble at 2 oclock he was de tained and tho crowd was not as good it otherwise would have been liON HARVEY HELM has been declar ed the regular democratic nominees for Congress in this district This having been accomplished let us go to work to elect him by an increased inajorlty He great in mind he is tall in body and will make a Congressman of whose record wo will always bo proudML Vernon Signal GOOD MAN IN TROUBLE M Westerfield of Livingston chief train dispatcher for the Knoxville Division of the Louisville Nashville Railroad was arraigned before United States Commissioner Frank Riley at London on a charge of discrimination against members of Order of Rail road Telegraphers lie waived an in vestigation of tho charge and executed bond for his appearance before United States District court at London Nov 28 We are not thoroughly con versant with the conditions in the case but are ready to wager that the clover chief will come out on top lie is too good n man to be bothered by Fed eral otlicers EASTLAND William Cleland East land aged 25 died at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs A G Eostland In Louisville nt 430 Friday afternoon after a long illness of consumption of tho bowels The remains were brought to Danville and after appropriate services by Dr E M Greene laid to rest Some months he chose follow ng gentlemen to act as his pallbearers mu they did Messrs Kindrick Al corn Walter Hopper Harry Higgins Tim W Pennington of Stanford and rD Newland Jr and Thomas Durham Of Danville Deceased was one f toile very best young men wo know and was in every way prepared to meet his Maker IMMENSE crowds attended tho Bar bourvillo fair on Wednesday Thursday and Friday of last week and the show f stock and races were unusually good Tho grounds have recently been Improved tho stables enlarged and tho track repaired and everything was in ship shape for exhibition It is estimated that over 7000 people were present Thursday Saturday the Red Men took charge of the grounds and had n big time generally Mrs John W Bastin of Pittsburg a former resident of this county won tho bluo tie on her fine pair df sorrel mares Friday and got the red tie in the fancy turnout ring She was accompanied in ring by her pretty niece Miss Mae Martin of Paris IWANTEDA good hand to work on farm Come recommended Dr 1IughI Reid LOT of household goods carpets piano etc nnd a good wheat drill for solo cheap if bought at once W Denham TUB Cumberland Valley Land Co declared n dividend of 36 per cent and checks will go forward to the stock holders at r TOE harvest past the summer almost ended and some of our subscrib ors have not paid for their paper yetI Shame on them LINCOLN county fairs were not a suc cess financially this year The one at Stanfordlost 374 on the 10 share the Hustonvilie fair 250 and the Stan ford colored fair 2 GOOD FOR ERNEST Ernest Warren first trick man in the N dispatchers office nt Middlesboro haa been promoted to assistant chief dis patcber begin his duties such September 1 THE ladies of Stanford and vicinity are invited to meet the Lancaster la dies in a service at the Christian church Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock to ef fact an organization to fight tho great evil of our homes Let us plead with the women to come and help us in this light for right against wrong COMMITTEE CARD OF TNANxs1Vedesire to thank our friends and neighbors and Ore Burnett and Peyton for their kind ness during the illness of our son who died on Friday Aug 24 Words cannot express our gratitude nor can wo ever forget the friends who stood by sympathyInall A Sloan and family BRO GEORGE UARNES the well known evangelist who became a Dowie has a communication in the Stanford Interior Journal In which ht says the fall of Elijah II no proot that ho a fakir but that his end is liko that of David Moses and others who walked close to God and afterwards fell Bro Barnes warns his readers to judge not we fear he will find very few who will not say that John Alexander Dowie a fraud a charlatan nnd an imposlorFranldortJournal LAND FOR SALE I desire roll privately US acre land the Kist Bud Lincoln county u part the K Iennlngton place It fronts the L k Nrallroml anti In unimproved Call Ors Hiilllu IVn illusion the place PUBLIC SALE having determined break up house keeping for the pre ent will D JUimwys hauo11Crab Orchard JX pot on- HATUHUAYHKITKTH cnminonclng promptly oclock sell the following deer goods Une hair top box inattrexs o termoor mattrest oak ixd room oct I refrigerntor 2 look also 2 illnliiK tables two cook stoves walnut dresser I wnnlrolw i rockers hIInpi1 IIIIOWII let gear cimlen tools r tubs and other kitchen articles on set dining room hllirl and lot furniture not mentioned tide Mil Ladleinre eKulnlly Invited Tern cash MIWALICKNKWIANI Col J Chandler luc- 1PUBLIC SALE I I 11111111 public auction my place MllledKvvllleoii TJlUIIiJl y lita1 II1lCI My stock general merchandise together with tho storeroom Also my house and two Here Innd adjoining Jiouie contain IIIR tlvu rooniN horn uvvrlaMliiK well One water I hoary old lot Moreland nloMjner land rah Urchnnl Fork ladles south Hyatt Orchard This land bRa It a comfortable dwelling and Keren the land Is under fence will also Hell twoyearold cattle tlllluJr1 milk goodIrivrsluring WIIIIII111to buggy liarne sioUM Told eoiislatlnu Rice organ parlor suit folding lied tl toil room suits couch wnrilrolie suwlng machine centre tables 2 extension tables tl sets chairs 7 rockers n carpets 3 pent Ing Moves 3 ranges and other tilings too serous mention Terms made known on dnv sale dllhISdgevillealJ NOTICE To the Overseers of the Public Dirt Roads The tools allotted to the dirt roads will ho ready to be delivered to the overseers ol these roads Friday Aug 31 1906 Theywill come in give their receipts for them as the law requires It the overseer does not owe in person he mint authorize somo person in writing to sign his name to the receipt which authority to sign the name of tho overseer will bo attached to the receipt filed with the clerk of the oourt R C WARREN Judge Aug 27 1906 NEW FALL SHOES J Let us show you the new Fall styles in Ladies Footwear Variety of styles and prices to suit all 8100 to 84 Special values nt 82 equal to ninny 8250 shoes Remember Zoigler have more good qualities than anf other shoo made for tbo price I I Mn S u ta Is F D S B J L G A G L A Is Is T P is la to K in P P is P us T E P is R J P E aa for L O D as R F as is as as L D the the ago the so ever the the K once is it L as us P O is is but is lo nt In of of on on on to nt W at ot of III of In nt at of of of nt of on of on of of of mi to of i Trunks Suit Cases and- Traveling Bags Since enlarging our store we have room for this line and have just re ceived a complete new stock See us when in need of traveling equip ment CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY FALL DRESS- GOODS Our line of Dress Goods for Fall is specially strong this season We are prepared to show you a strong line of Mohair and Fancy Suiting at 50c per yard Als- oMohairs Serges Poplins Cravanettes Broad cloths Etc in all colors at the right prices White Mohairs and Serges at 50 75c and per yard White Broadcloth at 2 per yard Call and we will take pleasure in showing you J+ ZMHUBYCQDry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford aI teeondclnti matte- r7DDLnnlP TUBJHUAYS AND ITKIUAVH AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH l W When not so paid UOO will be charged Jesse W Sweeney rBOPRIKTOIl Livery Peed and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky EorsesI wellfed and cared for Up to date rage at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE BITES ft CLABESON frcri JUNCTION CITY KY TlrstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Truellng Men and Hay For Sain INSURANCEWlndetorm Life and Fire Lightning the 8THO GKHT and sTCompanionJttprtonted lqwesllOI B lI1lng leo lbleesordjUncqunllod Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Itesldonco Phone No 82 When In Danville stop with + BaG FOX Feed nod Hale Stable Mules fancyLivery l on hand for ARle Ietcoltstasmland home cults B G FoxDanvilleKy BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage ls solicited Hones on commission Stock Pena In ConnectIon Two Farms For Sale I wish to farm of 170 aeresS Sngton miles teISwelllmproreotlnendlbet- plenty of water and timber and In good re laneAlso an of 100 acres Tying Snglon pike Goad outlet each way Well Uix fenced Terms reasonable TI HBKRINO Uarksbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You bu readymade clothing when there is so little dtlTurunco In the price of high grade realtymade lulls nnd n lult mnde to measurement taken by nil experienced lallorT J haven handsome line Hprlng ond Bnnmer goods I taw make from a low price business suit to the tlnest dress suit overcoats trousers end fancy vests The company I represent Is one of the poet H c RUPLEY the Tailor Dattl TratjlorDIALER IK Viilsku Btindii Wines Boor Gars Etc I Carpenter House Glosa to STANFORD KY Prooptand politedtntion NothlegIlb bit N drink Mal plloo tIIIrap erdn cel- ypiopt attention ee 1 CceAar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneBSSaddlery c i STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 187 Home Phone 35 J LBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They willlexc iaDge Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give l Them a Call Price Right STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 t o Horses Handled I am prepared to lirnak and Imncllo horso tiy the month Perfect iiitUfncllon uuiir nnteotl llvw inn u trial lliforvneos Klvpii Kcl M McCarty ilk Cottage sack Fans Htanronl Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strict forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our place and will prosecut violator to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Belchenbach Brae Fred VonOruenlganAlbertVonornenige- Fred VonAllman Alfred Simpson Holmes IloweeEMiss Hattie II Relchenbach Charles Cummins Joe Ballou A O Dunn 8 M Holmes W K Amon W R Uaugherty M J Hoffman M D Klmore Peter W carter J Nerln Center Mrs M Hayden Welch A D Raft J E Bruce w F Bhomaker Thomas Ferrill Orocn Ferrill F J Oonn John B Oamenlscb Sam Trnwbrldge Peter Balmor Charles Enssltn Frank Cordier John Meier 8muel Llndsey Jacob Gander Mrs Alice Dar d Stephens Mary Hoffmann L P Nnnnelley J W Baughman Onrlstena Orayson J O Carpenter Jacob Jr ftsweln Sam Damerpn Mrs M j Ashlock Fred Hondorf Notice of Election Itcgular April term it I Lincoln County Fiscal Court to adjournment this April tt tIre unt Hon Jt C War ren JII Jdlng with the following JIM Ices of thInIIIwlt II It Ailains W SL Pudilerar and Wnllln- U was moved by Justice W M Inuldcrar and seconded by Justice W li Wnllln that till following action token liy this courts The Brand Jury of Lincoln county at the lust term of the Lincoln circuit court lint ing recommended new courthouse for Lincoln county mnl It appearing to thent Isfactlon of court that thu courthouw ZION In use U unsafe and Inadequate for the mhhcconyeuleuceuud the preservation of the public records It Is ordered and ndjudg ed that the sum of lie suggested as tin sum necessary to build a new courthouse and It It further ordered that an election lie held atolnlxdlolx nednt the several voting In Lincoln county on tilt nth day of Novemlier IHM tins day of the next get nllfuprllltlOIllitlegal voters of Lincoln county for their ap proval or rejection The eherlt county Is directed to advertise milil election for at least day next efore the day thereof In the INTK HIUK JOUHNAI neWx the only ncwapaiwr published lUIIICOIlt county old till ollhr of odd are directed to hold the election tictwcun the mine hours that thYlft required to hold elections lot c0urttysierrawhich olectlon shall lie held and conducted In all renpects n reiinlred by tilt Kenunil election laws In force In this mate at the time the Mime ic held The clerk of the Lincoln comity court shall cause to tie prlnttnl on the otllclal ballutx to be used In Mild election the words and tlg nr s Are you III favorof appropriation of IMMIH for bulldlim n new courthoUM for Line 01ltcountytundhnvttwoepunea utxin the right of sainr one for voters favorliiK the appropriation to lie designated by the wont YeVantl one for voters opposing tin appropriation to lie deals nntNl by the won clerk shall prepare odd tell lot In nil outer n Cote as required by Bee In11wevrulthatlhe miulMte iiuinlKr ol legal voters of Lincoln county vote In favor of said appropriation It Is onlered tuft thli court cause the iMinds of Lincoln county tci the amount of Klintolie prepared execut ed and iKHiieil on prlntetl forms under ti- tMUtbftheeouutytolcclgnal by the pre siding Judge of IIncolllcoUIIIourtnlulIU countersigned h payable to Iwnrer at Lincoln County tional of Htanrotd Ky20 years from the dot of same with thu option of Hadsame In IS yearn from dolt which hall not iKara greater rate of Interest than I per cent payable iwnilaiiiiually at Lin coln County National IliinkorHliinfordanil Interest coupons shall attached to xald land signed by the clerk of the Lincoln county court Haiti Itond shall JK ltsued In denominations of jHJ The firm unit nayi were ad led on mild motion anil the same was 1OtIngW M H iKIng a quorum of tide 11 ol OOIHItl1kHy K IVnnlngton U O Notice of Election Lincoln County Court At the reculnr term Ipd It Q Warren judge presiding Order for Kliv lion In He JAAllen and othert jietltluii for fx cnl option Kindlon J1 Allen coil others having presunted In oien court on July 11IIUI to Hon It O Warren Judge of the Lincoln County Court wrlltIIIItUllolI IKIIIII by nunter 01 legal voters In each or the prevlnets Of Lincoln county Kentucky iual to and more Hint tfi cent of the votes cost In Mild teveral precincts nt the reicular No vember elect loll MhkJlIK thnt elect Ion 1111111ltris t the legal voters of unlit county who nn Il fled toYOtcatmif irftlon for eouety Mlle upon the proimsltlon whether or not sulrltuout vinous ur malt liquor hull lie sold bartered or loaned In Lincoln coon ty and iiiklni that tho provlilons of the law and prohibition la applied to lint end having lees tiled aui- 1oteIonrordbItn order of title court made and entereilnt Its regular July term Hurt and on lilt istli day of InU thin toy came said petitioner awl moved the Court to entir an order directing snld elec tion to be held us nuked In mild uul It to lit lollrt upon enk- lnotiontldtheelgnuturosto said letltlon lire the true nnd Knnlne signatures of the persons whow iiuineH npiKMir thereon and petitioners are legal voters In their respective voting prculnct In wild Lincoln County an getfnrth In wad petition Dud hat till regular Novonlwr election held Novmnler7Int1tIs the mitt prucetlliiK odd county nml lint there nru voting precincts In snld IMlIl1ollrfromto and moru than 6 r cent of the vobe ruspcctfully diet In sold precincts at tilt regular November election which Is I- IInt prewHlIng general election held In Mild county It Is now ordereil nod inUudmnl liy the Court thaliinnlectlnii lit n 1II111111no- hy ordered to lie held Lincoln County ou Ne Ibtnlwr lttd rot the purpose of Ink ng the sense of the legal voters ol sold nunty who lire qualHted to vote at elec tion for county olllcerx the prt po iltlon whether or not spirituous vinous or unit llitlon shall lio Hold bartered or oaucd In said Lincoln county and It U urther ordered that the provision of the aw nnd prohibition shall apply to Drug lstK It tt further ordered tint niipeclal reglntrn Ion shall and Is hereby orilured 10 tie held III the cities of Htiiilfnrd JlustolivHle 011I1t irchardiind Howland In snld county on kVifliiOkdnyHepteniber 8 IftM for tine ngls ratlonofthoie entitled to vote nt tho elecllod herein onlered whose iiameH niv not IHMII reconiinl on the lleglitrntlon l T 1 the- terlQnfldnrolnconnt Is hereby ordered ooKn a poll In each and nil of the voting ir duets of Lincoln Heptember a Dale for the purpo of holding eald on us herein ordered and he Is directed to mbllHli this order for odd election and pedal regjstrallnu In the Interior Journal i newsiuiitcr published lit Htanford Ky fart least two weeks Iwfore tilt U day of Heii tiller inv the date of said election nnd he vlll oleo advertlsu wime liy printed hand illlN MistHl nt one or snore conspicuous ilaccs In each votliiKprcclnctof xnldcounty or lit least two weeks lieforu the said date Copy Attest O H OOOPHII clerk Lincoln County Court Ily K IJ mnnlngton DO Notice Is hereby given that In ohodluncii tlthe 11001 order of the county court of ijlricoln county thai said election will tat loldby inn at the tlmo Move stated And aid upcfliil reglvtratlon will ho held by moat the limo and places nlMivo stated- TJHILLHherWLIncolnCounty FARMERS DEPARTMENT J T Blanks sold aliorao for 100 J W Eads sold to W II Shanks a calf at Sic Lot of old corn for sale J B Fos ter Stanford L C King sold to R L Hubble three mules for 430 M B Eubanks bought of C S Hallow a pair of mules for 325 John B RifTo bought of R L Mur phy 50 60pound lambs at 4c Go Between defeated Sir Huon in a 1J mile run at Saratoga Saturday J L Hutchins bought of W J Aston 20 1300pound steers at 41c John Lutcsjias rented W E Amons farm of 220 acres for two years at 800 Fifty good stock ewes and lot old corn for sale A W Carpenter More land Ky- Boazley Bros bought at J T Reids sale at Danville two livery horses at 150Lightning killed T J Clays great brood marc Deuce of Hearts near LexingtonIt from Chicago that wheat will drop again to below 70 cents within a short time William Hoy a ton bought a fiveyear old gelding at Lancaster yesterday for 200 and sold a plug horse for OSheriff Wells bought 30 acres of first class Green River bottom land from C C Jones for 2400Casey News- I will be in Stanford next Monday county court day to buy 100 mule colts and some horse colts B G Fox Dan yuleSFOR SALE20 one and twoyearold steers and heifers Also n few good stock hogs J M Johnson Co Waynesburg Ky J D Eads sold to J C Johnson of Boyle 22 1250 pound cattle at 41c They go Oct 15 lie sold to Guinea of Boyle a horse for 125 D S Wilcox tho trotting horse own er and breeder of Madison bought of Owen Stagner also of that county a fouryearold gelding by Haxhall for 750 Faycttc Wilkinson of Stanford got every thing he went after nt the Columbia fair last week with his splendid racer He is at the this week LANCASTER Counr Cattle business was dull at Lancaster yesterday but there was active demand formule colts mules and horses A good many mule colts changed hands at 65 to 100 Aged mules brought 125 to 175 20000 IN PRIH ESTRAYRed spotted milk cow four years old and with calf Had leather string In brisket when she left two weeks ago Sweeney Morgan Lancaster KySTho largest individual wool clip ever grown on the American continent was shipped last week from Billings Mont to a Boston wool firm The clip weigh ed 1500000 pounds and 44 cars were required to carry it The owner rufus ed an offer of 24c a pound for tho wool The End of Th World of troubles that robbed R II Wolfo of Hear Grove IUI of all usefulness cane when ho began taking Electric Bitters Ho writes Two years age Kidney troubio caused mo great suffer ing which I would never have survived had I not taken Electric Bitters They also cured me of General Debll ity Sure euro for all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price DrulCIchard Francis S Peabody of Chicago has sent u check for 10000 to the receiver of tho Milwnukceavenuo State Bank to cover every claim held against him at the bank in tho form of Itnulno or loved papers Ten Years in BedIFor 10 years I was conflnod to my bed with dlscftso of my kidneys writes II A Gray J P of Oakvtllo Ind It was so severe that I could not move part of tho tlmo I consult ed tho very best mod leal skill avail able but could got no relief until olos Kidney Cure was recommend ed to mo It has loon a Godsend to me Pennys Drug Store Give mo a cigaretteh please said- John or 18 to n 10liceman who rushed to his aid after ho flvastorrybuildinghanded him one and McGovern it and thanked tho officer Hay Fever and Summer Colds Victims of hay lover will experience great benefit by taking Foleys Honey and Tar us It stops ditlloult breath Ing Immediately and heals the in lamed air passages and even if it should tall to euro you it will give instant relief The genuine U iu a yellow package Pennys Drug Store THE = BIG = BLUEGRASS =PAIRnn 20000 LE J Je NGTON SEPTEMBER 17th T 22nd The biggest and best Fair ever held in the South Classifications Include classes of Live Stock and Agricultural Products Koppa famous Military Band Highclass Amusements of sorts For Catalogue and other information address QUO A BAIN Secy Lexington Ky n First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 This institution was originally established as Deposit Hank of In 1851 then reorganised as the National Bank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganised at First National Balk of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an uninterrupted existence It is better upplled now wJtt facilities for tranlact Ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited IN PNEM rnM all oil the the Officers J HOOKER Prees 8T Helms V Pre 11 McBOIlKUTS Ohr W n WEARKNAsitOhn Directors T Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J hacker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D FI more Stanford II nauehman Stanford T P HID Stanford las Robinson Hubble J U linuffumau Stanford J M Pottus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford the Lincoln eownty national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 = J= = OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B OW8LEY Stanford 8 H BIMNK Stanford 0 W OARTCII Turnonvllle W U CUMMIN Preachersvllle L O Goocii Waynosburg W H TiUYLOn Gilbert Greek It L HDBBLB Lancaster W O WALKKII Stanford J n KOSTBH Stanford W H BIIAMKS Stanford J B PAXTON Stanford We resptctfullrsollclt account of Individuals Firms and thanks and luoll accommodations RI artIlankere ore to turlllsll till depotitors consistent with safe Imnklng Modern Hafoty l IJoxe In our vault for use ol our Ouitoniurv REDUCED PRICES MOil 8500 Suits Iteduced to 8400 I MOils 050 Suits Kcduced to J500 Mens 8700 Suits Reduced to 0011 Dions 8850 Suite Reduced to 700 liens SU0 Suits llediiccd to 750 Moift 81000 Suits Iteduced to 800 Men 81200 Suits Reduced to 1000 Mens 81250 Suits Italuccd to 1100 Mens 81500 Suits Iteduced to 1200 The above prices are on all our Spring and Summer Clothing of this season Childrens Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices SAM ROBINSON Dry Goods Clothing hoe flats anti Coda Ladies mid Gouts Furnish jugs Etc tho tore that naves you money Next Door td Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY U H J THE VEIL Is not always used to protect the face from the elements and keep the hair in position but by many many women and girls to hide the unsightly pimples blackheads and other eruptions of the skin There isgcrm life in the skin and It ZBMO a nice clean liquid for external use soon kill out this germ and loaves the face as smooth and soft as that of a child ZKMO will positively cure all skin and scalp diseases such AS Hczerru in iU many forms ringworm teller pimples dandruff or any ilehiag skin disease Gut a bottle today at your druggists Pnpud only br E W ROSE MEDICINE CO ST LOut MO L I Itt tlM OUARANTBID AND BOLD BY ItoX3 GEORGE H HARRIS Stanford Kentucky u Try One of Our New Perfection Oil Stoves LOWEST PRICES George De Hopper Stanfor ttKy YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by 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