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F THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IIVOL XXXW STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1906 NO 49 i FARMERS DEPARTMENT Good milk cow for Bale Mrs Dan Cooley iMules sold at 90 to 223 at Greggs sale in Jessamine John Spoonamoro sold to S T liar ris four 1100 pound cattlo at 4c 10 yearling cattle L P II It No2 LancasterrNunbelloy 41 Ky W H Shanks sold to charlei Lutes JGO 1400pound datllo at 4Jc to be de Dec 1 I will be In Stanford next Monday county court day to buy 100 mule colts t and some horse colts II G Fox Danville CC Adkins of Jackaboro Tcnn was hero latt week and bought of W T Tucker several head of his fine Hereford cattle Ifon SALE20 one and two yetrr uk ulcers nnd heifers Also a few Rood stock hogs J M Johnson Co Waynoaburg Ky SiiBEi Foil SALE Will bo in Stan ford about Sept 10th with ICO young mountain ewes for sale Address It E Henry Somerset Ky I have 20 acres of land wihh to rent for wheat or rye the latter preferred Land adjoins Dr Fowlers farm Mrs Clifton Fowler Stanford Before 50000 race mad people Electioneer with 111 pounds up nnd piloted by Luclen Lyne won the great Futuri ty at 12 to ut Sheepshcad Bay Satur day Tope Joan was second and Do Mund third- Kailroad men keep a close eye on the crops They figure that In moving this year 80000 more cars will bo need ed than were used lost year and that the railway earnings will exceed WX 000000 and will be 10000000 more than last year For the first time in the history of the Blue Gross a steam plow was put In operation in Fayette county last week A L Hamilton President of the Fay cUe Farmers Club expects to plow 200 acres of land this fall with the new ma chine It carries eight plows which cut a swath of nine fort and is follow ed by a harrow and a roller The substitution of electricity and gasoline for horse power would ap ear to reduce the equine trite materially but such Is not the fact On tho contrary quite reverse Statistics show that the aggregate of horses in the United States on January 1 1006 stood at 1H71H578 against 14304667 at the corro iwndlng date of 1896 Their to tal value increased from 452049296 In 117 to 1510889900 This rate of increase in value is no moro marked than that of mules according to the same government authorities There were 221S054 mules in 1897 nnd 3404 001 in 1906 nnd the values wore respec tively 023 r090 nnd 334080520 Resolutions Of Respect Hall of Ashlahd Lodge No 040 FI A M Mt Vernon Ky August 27 19cxWharmB Almighty God in His infin ite wisdom has weakened our fraternal chain by suddenly removing from us our brother Thomas L Daniels who was killed in n railroad accident at Somerset Ky August 14 1000 Therefore bo It resolved That we extend to the bereaved family our sin cere and heartfelt sympathy in their great atlllcllon and recommend them for consolation to our Heavenly Father who is a husband to the wife and a father to the orphan That a copy of these resolutions bo spread upon our minutes a copy sent to the family of deceased and a copy bo sent the INTEIUOK JoUKNAL and Signal for publication J A Landrum L W Bothurum U G Baker Committee An Episcopal minister was going through the mountain district of North Carolina lie stopped at the door of a humble dwelling and knocked The door was opened by a yellowfaced woo man She nodded My good woman said tho clergy wan can you tell me It there are any kl around here My son killsalthmkind o var mints situ said and their skins is nil hangin up on the back porch You kin go out there and see if you kin fin one cr them Gov Luko P Blackburn whose rep utation as a physician and philanthro post is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best apcr i ent known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than any one remedy I havo ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil druggists and country stores Turn L N off rs n rate of 935 to Mammoth cavo Oct 6 tickets good re turning in eight days The hotel will give reduced rates nnd only half fare will be charged to go through the cave This Is known as tho Lincoln Doyle and Rockcastle excursion HUSTONVILLE W D Rocker is home for a lay off the first In 11 months- J W Huston lost a fine cow by lightning striking her Mr and Mrs W 0 Speed of Stan ford were guests of Mr and Mrs D S Carpenter Sunday Kev S B Landers subject next Sunday morning will be Busy lands evening Broken Cisterns Rico G Woods of Paint Lick was elected cashier Saturday by the Bank at Russell Springs and will assume tho duties today- E J Godboy of MIddlcburg has bought the F M Yowell form on tho Danville pike of 150 acres at 80 Possession Nov L A splendid concrete sidewalk hIlS been put down in front of The People Bank adding much to the appearnnc of this handsome brick building The telephone franchise sold by our city fathers Saturday was bought by H C Wray for tho hell Telephone Co1 who will greatly improve the servIce hereMessrs E C Hopper J G Wealh erford W D Dryo and A B C Din widdle have returned from a weeks outing on the banks of old Green Hive at Dunnvlllo Madam Humor states that ninths wedding will be solemnized In tho Wes End this month at the home of tho brides parents within n stones throw of the Casey line Our erstwhile farmer Burdetto Pow ell has launched Into the complication of merchandising having bought the stock and good will of L A Fariss 26 miles West of town C II VonArsdalo and family movr this week to his farm 3j wiles from Danville on Lexington pike Wo regre to loso Mr V hnd his excellent family and we commend them to our neigh hors in Boyle By making a running switch quite ar accident and wrecked car came near killing Sam Owens and his tine horse Warfield and John Bapgh at McKinney last week A damage suit will doubtless bo tho result C C Carpenter trotter by Gallon and out of a Welchmont mare trotted a mile in 220 last week in the 5th heat lie is going to bo very fast Two yearlings by Dignity Dare sold to Mr Gill of Wichita Kas for 100 They will be shipped in a few days Saturday morning Mr Charles Wheelers attention was attracted In oho rear of the Emporium by an unus ual noise lie quickly discovered flames rising from one of tho lower drawers lie turned on tho contents of a fire extinguisher and had the flames subdued before the alarm was given Tho loss is small and is covered by Insurance This Is his third fire in 10 years Tho Peoples flank of our city throw open their doors for business Monday Sept 3 in their splendid new brick building beside the Hotel Wcathcrford Their building and fixtures of which our city is proud must be seen to be properly appreciated The officials wore very courteous in their treatment of their patrons and guests anti dig pensed ice cold lemohade during busi ness hours The cashier Mr J W Hoskins was ably assisted by Mr Pryor Young n past master in tho bus nets from Liberty Their first days deposit was 10000 which was cer tainly encouraging as their opening day was a legal holiday which doubt less caused delay in many coming Mrs E II Kldd and Miss Nell am Floyd Wright of Liberty ore guests Mrs W D Stagg Judge J Boyle Stone was in our city Saturday en routs to Danville to visit his daughter Boyd Weatherford in among the many vise tors from here attending the Full fee tival nt Cincinnati Mrs Crit UllTo visiting Dr James P Rifle and family nt Erlanger R S Ly tie nnd wife ol Danville are guests of Mrs Ann Dos Icy Miss Mellie Hopper is in Lexing ton this week tho guest of Miss Anne Cook Huffman Mr and Mrs Tessa P Ulfe are spending two weeks at Ta tham Springs Mrs Lou Lewis and her granddaughter Carrie Edwards leave tomorrow for their homo in Los Angeles Cal lion O C Bagby nnd wife of Danville were guests of Mrs Mary J Weatherford Sunday Mrs D S Carpenter gave a delightful entertainment in honor pf Miss Carrio Edwards on Friday from 2 to 6 PI Among those present were Lucy Lee Walton and Josephine Carpenter of Stanford and Ruth Culbertson of Covlngton Mary Stagg Roberta und Susan Blain Annie Dunn and Mary Bach and Boyd and Francis Weatherford Dr J T Bo lion loft Sunday for a two weeks sojourn in Decatur III Miss Kathleen McKinney is visiting friends nnd rela lived In Somerset Miss Ethyl Ellis has returned from a pleasant visit in Nicholaavillo Miss Georgia Nowburn left Sunday for Chicago where she has a good position R L DAVISON ATTORNEY AT LAW LANCASTER KY Aug 28th 1906 v i x- tHonP M McRoberts Stanford KyV Dear Sir Rev F M Tinder sent me your letter with the request that r answer it he pleading indisposition and lack of time I enclose you copy of our ordinance levying tax for this yoarfrom which you can see that our tax rate is 75 cents distributed as follows Sinking fund 22 I2c water works revenue fund 16 12c general revenue fund 36c making 75c The total taxable property in Lancaster is 952 177 over and above exemption Our water works cost 30000 City voted and sold 24000 in bonds Had about 2000 in treasury to begin with The other 4000 of the 6000 that the system cost above the bonds voted has been paid as wellas a damage judgment against the city of 1000 and 4000 carried to the Sinking Fund for the ultimate redemption of the bonded indebtedness and all necessary and Curreut expenses paid down to date Thecity owes about 1000 for money advanced to meet current expenses but this will be paid out of the taxes for this year So when the 1st of January comes round we will have paid all our outstanding obli gations including current expenses and will have 4000 in Sinking Fund to pay interest on bonds and bonds themselves The annual interest on bonded debt is 1200 This is paid annually There is carried to the Sinking Fund each year 800 to ultimately redeem the bonds themselves We have therefore in Sinking Fund for ultimate redemption of bonds the sum of sixteen hundred dollars at this time- I want to say that our city was never in its history in as good a condition both financially and morally as it is now We are free of debt except the bonded debt have an excellant water works system and electric light plant not owned by city however and enough revenues from taxes licenses water rents c to meet all necessary expehsesand then some left over Hoping you may be able to use this information to some advantage in your fight I re= main Yours Very Truly R L DAVISON City Attorney All citizens of the towns of Hustonville Stanford Rowland Crab Or chard who are not already registered are urged to do so on Registration Day Sep 5th next Wednesday NEWS NOTES Hancock county wilt vote on local op tion Uct a The plant of the Eureka Refrigerator Company of Indianapolis was destroyed by fire- Edward Itosewater proprietor and editor of the Omha Bee died suddenly of heart disease Harry It Cox of Bardstown was burned to death in a fire in the Caper ton Block Louisville Sam Jolt has filed suit at Jackson for 10000 against Hargis Callahan and French for maliciously procuring an dictment against him for arson Dispatches from Mclllln Morocco say that the Pretender to the throne is concentrating 6000 troops at Mulaya in preparation for a decisive battle with the Sultans forces By an act of the last Legislature Nashville was given the right to annex certain suburbs This act went into effect Saturday and Nashville now has an estimated population of 160000 The Roosevelt Homo Club of New York City is to bo investigated by the Post xflice Department at the express request of President Roosevelt with a view of issuing a fraud order against it The worldfamous collection of pre cious stones and jewelry the property of tho late Mrs Jane Stanford valued at nearly 1000000 will be sold by the trustees of Leland Stanford Jr Uni versity The wets won by a mayority of over 2000 in the 12 precincts outside of Lou isville in which local option elections were held Saturday They carried every precinct by overwhelming majorities Judge Thos P Cook held that the law relative to the shipment of whisky into local option district was unconsti tutional and dismissed many cases pending against tho Southern Express Company nt Murray- A warrant was issued at Paducah charging James Graham with the murder of Claude Bass tho young man who wns found dying on a street in that city several days ago Bass head was crushed It is alleged by the police that Graham confessed to n woman that ho killed Bass to secure money How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup euros chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores tho natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau seate or grlpo and Is mild and pleas ant to take Refuse substitutes Pen nys Drug Store IN MEMORIAM Deaths keen cycle did lamentable work in our midst last Monday when it took from us Miss Eva Bruce Holtz claw Eva Bruce was the 14 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs John Holtz claw who with her sisters and broth ers are left to mourn She was n sweet spirited bright cheerful girl who won the love of all who knew her Always attending Sunday School and school at Goshen her happy face will be sorely missed We havo an example in the Jast moments of this beautiful girl who turned to her loved ones and said Ir It Is Gods will I am willing to die Tuesday afternoon the loved ones her many friends and schoolmates gathered around the grave to pay their lost tribute of love to her Rev J G Livingston conducted the funeral ser vices after which all that was mortal of Eva Bruce was laid to root Let not the friends and loved ones of the departed weep but take from the flow ers they have strewn over her grave a sweet rememberance of the spirit that has gono to its peaceful sleep A FRIEND Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A J NusbaurnUate9Vllle Indiana writes Last year 1 suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that it interfered with my business I had many of tho symp toms ol hay fever and a doctors pre scription did not reach my case und I took several medicines which seemed to only aggravate my case Fortu nately I insisted upon having Foleys Honey and Tar In tho yellow package and It quickly cured me My wife has since used Foleya Honey and Tar with tho same success Pennys Drug Store Kentucky Fair Dates Tho following are the dates fixed fort the Kentucky Fairs for 1906 as far as reportedSomerset Sept 44 days Elizabcthtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Monticello Sept 114 days TUB following invitation was received by this office Sunday This will aim ply remind you of the banquet given the editors of the Ei hth district by tho Soul Winners at Wilmore on the 7th Instant and our desIre for your presence E 0 Guerrant Of Interest to Many Foloys Kidney Cure will euro any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond tlllI reach of medicine No medlcbno can do more Pennys DrugStore Fall Showing of Shoes We are receiving daily from the best manufacturers shoes for the whole fam ily Portsmouth Shoes for the little ones Selby Shoes for ladies Excelsior Shoes for little gents and boys Eclipse shoes for men Let its show you W E Perkins 1Kentucky Distributing Depot for Pittsburgh Perfect Fences All Galvanized Steel Wires for Held farm mud hog fencing The only electrically welded fence Every rod guaranteed perfect The DURABLE fence none so strong All large wires Highest EFFIENCY LOWEST COST No wraps to hold Moisture and cause Rust Absolutely STOCK PROOF We can SAVE YOU MONEY on FCl1ciu81j CALL AND SEE IT L Q GOOCH A SON WuyncAiHg icy w I The Interior Journal E Co ALTONIrl M F NORTH t If n condldntoforlfgirrrrntutlventbtneol n county subject to the action e ratio party Democratic Ticket For OonllflU HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county thI tion and in 1890 imperalism Speaking on the money question he said Our opponents have derived not only par tisan pleasure but also pnrtisian ad 1vantages from the division caused in our party by the money question They ought note therefore begrudge t us the satisfaction that we find in the fact that unexpected conditions have l removed the cause of our differences and permitted up to present n united front on present issues The unlook edfor and unprecedented increase in the production of gold had brought a victory to both tho advocates of gold and the advocates of bimetallismthp former keeping the gold standard which they wanted and the latter se curing the larger volume of money for which they contended Wo who favor vicItoryare satisfied with theirs And we can invite them to a contest for zeal and endurance in the effort to restore tot the people the rights which have been gradually taken from them by the trusts i Tim reception to William J Bryan in Madison Square Garden New York was such as has been rarely if ever accorded to a private citizen in the his tory of the United States The garden was packed with 20000 people and the streets and avenues outside were choked for blocks with other thousands who had gathered to see the distinguished Nebraskan Mr Bryan upon his entry to the hall was cheered for eight minutes His address was pre ceded by speeches by Gov Folk oft Missouri Mayor Tom L Johnson of ICleveland and Augustus Thomas of New York Mr Bryans speech was more than one hour in duration and touched largely on political issues SENATORS MORGAN and Pettus of Alabama who are respectively 82 and 85 years of age are candidates for re election without opposition If they live they will be reelected but in or der that there may be no hitch In the choice of their successors alter nate candidates for United States Sen ator were voted for at the recent pri 1mary Messrs Bankhead and Johnston I were chosen and they will have to sit around and wait till death makes a va cancy It is to be hoped however that they will wait in vain and that J the incumbents will live to serve out their forthcoming terms As neither John D White nor N B Hays are satisfied with the way their parties are managed whats dlsingulshedIand starting a party of their own Well wager that neither of the par ties these gentlemen are supposed to represent will make a protest at the loss of them Twould be a case of good riddance and the sooner they shake the dust the better JAMES N KEIIOE was nominated for J Congress by the Democrats of the Ninth Congressional District in conven tion at Maysville It is the fourth time that honor has been conferred upon him The decision was made on the 28th ballot after the field of eight had been reduced to E B Hager of Ash laud and the successful candidate POLITICAL John Sparks Governor of Nevada 1was renominated by the Democratic State convention at Reno Secretary Shaw will make a long series of Republican campaign speeches in Virginia North Carolina Tennessee and Missouri 11 Representatives Smith Trimble Rhinock and James of the Kentucky congressional delegation attended the Bryan reception in New York Referring to the failure of Senator McCrcary and Gov Beckham to agree on a list of joint debates the Owens boro Inquirer says We had always thought that Senator McCreary was too cautious a man to blow Into the muzzle of a loaded gun A special meeting of the State Capitol Commission has been called by the secretary for the purpose it is under stood of considering the charges made by Attorney General N B Hays and it is said a statement will be made to the public regarding the selection of an J Bryan put in a busy day Saturdaylie attended a at Cldb in New York IflV A1MVV ke to 10000 people in New ark reviewed a parade delivered e addresses in Jersey City and at newspaIper i The Democratic Executive Commit tee of the Bleventh Congressional District of Kentucky is called to meet at Barbourvillo on Saturday next to deter mine the time manner and place of nominating a Democratic candidate for Congress to be voted for at the regular November election 1900 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Crenshaw Dorn aged 23 died at Yosemite last week Lightning struck and killed Newt Graves and his two sons at Troy Ala Rev Thomas Hubert D D of Ala hams has been elected president of the Carbourville Institute A petition is being signed by Somerset voters asking that nn election bo taken on the whisky question there William TrjbbeU the Negro who was badly mangled in the machinery of Anrlbrsea l Spillmans mill at Danville died of his injuries- An electric light plant will be put in at Sparks Quarry so as to enable tho running of the plant day and night Mt Vernon Signal W H Pennington charged with stealing the wife and money of George Chappell of Danville was held in 500 which he failed to give- Dr J R Steele the wellknown Junction City physician has a grand faWitH Uok which N over 100 years old The works are made of wood even to the hands Joe Jones store and hotel and the new public school building were burned at Saxton Whitley county Jones loss is about J3000 with 1500 insurance The cause of the fire Is unknown Mrs Gib Goode of Boyle was great ly alarmed by a man following her to her horse and sitting on her front ver anda She summoned officers but the fellow was gono when they arrived George Wells charged with cutting and wounding Black Lawrence at a camp meeting at Aliceton Boyle coun ty waived his examining trial and was held over to circuit court without bond Perry Copenhaver charged with at tempted assault on a little Wayne coun ty girl was removed from the jail a Somerset to Danville It was feared that an effort would be made to take him from the Somerset jail C R Heinrich a prominent young coal man of Middlesboro met with a serious accident and will lose an eye as the consequence A bottle of muriatic acid on a desk in his office exploded throwing the acid into his face Attorney C C Bagby of Danville filed for Fred Urfer of Junction City suit for 5000 against the Stan dard Oil Company The plaintiff al leges that he was permanently injured on account of the negligence of the OF Tills COLLEGE SUC CESSFULYoung men and women who are forming their plans to attend college should write at once to Prof Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky for 30 years president of the Commercial College of Kentucky University for circulars of his famous college At this college Bookkeeping Business Shorthand Typewriting and Teleg raphy are taught by experienced teach ers The demand for his graduates exceed his supply This Is a respon sible college and of National reputa tion Many clerks farmers boys and others have invested about 65 for a business education at this college forI tuition and board and are now in banks and other offices Many of our leading bankers officials and merchants are graduates of this college Write nowI to Prof Smith for illustrated catalogue freeSWAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy When my boy was two years old he had a very severe attack of bowel complaint but by the use of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy we brought him out all right says Maggie Hickox of Mid land Mich This remedy can be de pended upon In the most severe cases Even cholera Infantum is cured by It Follow the plain printed directions and a cure Is certain For sale by Stanford Drug Co BIG BUSINESS Mr Robert G Col lier who was here from Brodhead Sat urday told us that he shipped 26 carloads of telephone poles during the month of August and would have shipped seven more If he could have gotten the cars Besides this he dis posed of a good many poles taken away by wagons Mr Collier has secured the contract to furnish poles for the line from Crab Orchard to Corbin The laxative effect of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agree able and so natural you can hardly realize that it is produced by a medi cine These tablets also cure indiges tion and biliousness Price 25c Sam ples freo at Stanford Drug CoIS Joe Cans knocked out Battling Nelson at Goldfield Nevada yesterday afternoon but it took him a long time to do it The Lancaster Graded School opened yesterday with 400 pupils Nelson county went wet 259 CHURCH MATTERS Rev II E Cleapon of Louisville will at Baptist church next Sunday at 11 Rev John M Lewis preached nn in teresting sermon at tho Christian church Sunday morning Rev L M Omcr is back from Berea where he held a successful meeting resulting in seven baptisms There will be preaching at Walnut Flat church next Sunday morning The presenttSongEldGeorgo Gowen of Nashville closed a very successful meeting at Hubble which resulted in 21 additions being added to the church membership Rev J L Owens of McKinney SundayHoentire time to his ministerial work in this His friends here LibIertyDr E 0 Guerrant president of the Soul Winners Society recently pur chashed for an orphans home a fine brick house and 40 acres of land in the countyItphans of the mountains CORNS Comwill posi tively 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 aro 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 Ky LAND FOR SALE I delre to 111 prtvnUly ncrw of mud In tin Hunt nod of Lincoln tnunty n jmrt of the K IViinlntcUili plnrt It trout on the U A N railroad mini l iinlinprov Inll Oil Mr Hnllle ISiinlngtoiion tin Jlnt POSTED trlctlyforbidproeeuteviolatorsMrs Kate Ador Itelcbeobu chi Brut VonOruenltanFted halmt nbacb Charles Oummtu Jo Ballou A 0 Dunn S Uolme WRDaughertyM Peter W Tarter J Ne ln Carter Mra Hayden Welcb A D Root J R Brute N Shomaker Thomas Ferrllt Green Ferrlll F J Conn John n Uamenlich Sam Trnwbrldge Peter Balmer- Pbarle Emilia Prank Cordler John Meier Samuel Llndiev Jacob Gacder Mrs Ailed Mile David Stephen Mary Hoffmann ilaugumanCnrlitena Jacob JtMweln Sam Oameroo Mrs M1 Aiblock Fred Hnmlorf aT PUBLIC SALE Blue Grass Farm WKDNKHUAY HKIT iitiOn the above date nt I will ell on the prvmlM4 IK acre of lintirovn loud In jMsHinliiriounty Marti mllm from NUIi 11Lynemnletnlatlgenttort NlcholnnvllliVor thw undersigned Jilt M K PHXMMITON Hiuily Ky Notice of Election I Lincoln County Court At the regular Augiut term inn It O YltctlonlorIAICIIIOlition presentedInWarren Judge of the IInroln County Court written petition vlgnctt liy it nnmlttT of legal voter In each of tilt precincts of Lincoln county Kentucky e jiuil to and more than 25 ter cent of the vote cait In sold several precincts at the regular No IrctlolfJeber lull for the purpoai of taking tilt- NellIe of thu legal voter of said county who oru qunlllled to voteitt an clicllon for county ottlcer upon the propoiltloit whether or thou or malt shallsoldbnrlend or loaned lu Lincoln county dnd asking that thu provisions of the law mul prohlhltlouleapphledtoirugglsti and biiii tiled ami noted of record by an order of thin court made and entered at Its regular July term 1101 unit oti thu mil day of July tae till theCourtpetitionandmotion thit th signatures to said ittltlon arethotrue nnil genuine signature of the RlldthlltLincolnCountythat the regular November election hold on November 111 Is the lust preceding tulltmleltcuoniheld In avid county and slid petlUollerltIrolllto mid more than a per cent of the votes respectfully east III said precinct lit the theliefudJudgellbyby ordered to lw held In Lincoln County on September Ir11516 for the purpose of tak saidCountyprolOItlonmalt liquors shall Ui told bartered or IsfurtherurtigKIireglstutlonshmill OmitOrcllllrlltndrgIMtnotlonolthe electlod herein ordered whose name Itogistrnllmlookssheriff of Lincoln county heruby ordered PtlllKIlftclnetUon its herein ordered ncl he lvdlrectevl publish this order for said election ttll special registration In the Interior Journal it newspaper publUhed at Stanford Ky for t4111tIrIlIIlIdhiliPrlCllictohlllllollntylor A Copy Attest O II COOIKII Jerk Lincoln County Court fly K D Pennington U O olNtIlIICPto beheldIIlIIIT J HILL Hbcrlft Lincoln County ARK BALSAM IwtrlnroeiaMWTer to lUIr to II hlr Color Cum eiwI suss olU ret Iln FARM FOR SALE llrntclm land lying on linn Iii Forked comity sltunted i mile from pike lx tw eit Inuivlllf v Htan fonl Thl one of the Inst tarns In the county Hood dwnlllnn of six roununnd 0- 11tInry iiiitbulldlngs KendiiK In goal iondltlon and of wnler nevetI KHIItiMAKMU = It F No Htanford Ky FOR SALE OR RENT Sly homo In Crab Orchard Ixivitle l i tWIn Mrlili nllli theCmbprchiirtl Innliil soliool lIN1 Itoiuv nunn Ixit contain kevwn iiunwnnd lull young oriluinl on It Will also sell my utinrk of griKerlmi and ronfoctlono DC PAYNKOriil OrclmrdKy FARM FOR SALE Having moved to llburl nreek I dMtro to t net rAh Orchard pILes iIlse tram Crab tDllronl ur well with com Alltolouh over tint nlnitioHn call on Mr who Ilves on fit farm Ii J H1IITIt tllhertOrrak Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over MclMorU Drug Store iu tho Owfcley Building Waynesburg Marble and Gran Ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor CIItr In and Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble Ilitlnvd letters n s11I1ornce mind works Worneiburg Age FARM FOR SALE 1Vi have for wilt it upleiidld litrrard county Turn It llmioii the xlngton pike 110134 Odlea from Ijinnntir and iou talus alioutimMen Ti to Kit nrrra of Ills for ami tobacco A hitsparttill In lITill form ills well uiid limit it brick nw Iduneaon It This Is it tine farm If you with toMVUsnlHiut It you ran tlnd u at the reoliliiiw 01110 Jennings In tjimiiiler KyJORN M CltANI UN HIANlt LAND FOR SALE Will Mll privately mi ncn s of floe farming land ltunYI one mill front Inllcllltr on exlngton pike alxiut lUnrrvi In town Its Abut littitfivdn cultivation ml lu grass All ulIIlr IIUtIiI fenesand hits pleat of nrlnllllllC witer IIIIIIIK house poil amid ueeesanry outbttlldltllC Ibseelan given for swIlug purfwises HII FallundtINeIIIng lint of year This farm should lusiwutolsinppnell11nl Mlnre the eltyeounell Is nnforoliig the lands III tilt vicinity of JiiuwHer has advnneetl nip I nniII VIIJWIilnltllitrnlur it1h lo Lancaster Ky To Reduce 5Iy Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will luring the month of August sell nt a discount n- ilFRAMESETC find give tIt mine tinrnntco of wit Ufuction ns before OIHco over Me Roberts Drug Store 9 to 12AM 130 to 4 P M W N Craig Stanf- ordNOTICE To the Overseers of the Public Dirt Roads The tools allotted to tho dirt roads will be ready to bo delivered to the overseers of these roads Friday Aug 31 WOO They will COllie in anti give their receipts for then us the law requires It tho overseer does not come iu person he must authorize some person in writing to sign his name to the receipt which authority to sign tho name of the overseer will be attached to the receipt filed with the clerk of the court 11 C WAHUEN Judge Aug 27 1900 I PRESCRIPTIONS1THREE I Honesty I nre tion not write a wo IIntelligenco ingredients because of a understanding that they lather go in always and ho I they WILL go in when his order to us I SraDfo d DIiJ Its Co I Odds and Ends They Must GarYou can use them We cant These prices surely will move them EVERY GARMENT 44 in our stock of Mens Net Underwear soldIall the season for 50c 75c and 100 are in this sale at l 4 ThirtyFive Cents f All the 25 and 35 cent garments in this sale at Fifteen Cents 250 Porto Rican Straw Hats atlOO 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 money do you want than this for next sea sons use 0 H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY POMPEMW CREAM llr J v Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible lor most complexion troubles Summer dust the travel combined with the grease of perspiration clog and stifle the pores Keep them clear and healthy so that the natural oils may do their work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAMtwithdraws every particle ol impurity from the pores all the way through and by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear but the natural glow of health GENEROUS SAMPLE FREE MASSAGE If you call at our store we will gladly give you free a generous sample of the cream and a copy of the famous book A Trutnt tn FttUl Memgt PENNYS DRUG STORE 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY J the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford KentucKy CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J D OWHLKV Stanford II BHANKS Stanford O W Uiurii Turnerrllle W H CUMMIIIH Pr cherTlllo L Q Goocif Wajncibarg W II THAVIXIII ailocrU Greek n L Homes Lancaster W O WALK III Stanford J II KotTEii Stanford W II HIIANKH BUoford J B PAXTVM Stanford Wo rmpectfully solicit thenccouuUof Individual Firm und Corporation Untile aid lnnkT jiml mire prepared to furnish nil depositor such nccommodntlon nl nre coiulitent with smite banking Modern Hnfety Deposit lloxc In our vault for use ol our Customer First National Officers Stantota ICyJ 8 HOOKER Preil Bank BT HARRIH V Pre I J J MoIlOBEUTB Ohr 50000w H WEAltENAiit ChrirCapital Stock eetablsbedDirectorsThis Initiation was orIginally as tbe Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1181 then reorgsnlied al tbe National Dank of Stanford In UBS and again rtorRanlied ai F geld Danville tbe Pint National Baik of Stanford ID L T Harris Stanford 1B63 having bad practically an uninter J6 Rocker Stanford rupted existence for 43 year It better E L Tanner IteKlnnejr supplied now with facllltle for transact M n Elmore promptly and well tban ever 8 n Daughman Stanford before in Its longand Lonorable career T P III11 Stanford Jit Koblnion Rubble J H Ilauebinan Stanford Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car L M Pettui Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford porations Solicited r- NEW DARK GINGHAMS 12JcJfVEILS fasf ore nguin the rage They nro wiling liko hot chkoa in Now York W liuvo them in nil colors nt 2ftc to S25U rANEW BELTS Vo urn showing some advance styles in Belts nt COc to 200 SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKYf 4gANQIUJ KY Burr 4 loot DELICIOUS Ice Cronm Soda nt Pennys Drug Store =PERSONALS J UflB RUILBY illn Cincinnati IfliW to tho wife of Mrs Bourne n llllOUnd boy T1MH H C RUBY several days 111th hto daughter in Marloh sounty 4MK WIWSBVBRANCD It bnek from n k stay In the eiliM buylllg good IIUnN to tho wtrooe D F Thomp rfof the Prochurarillo section a PllR A 0 ALWHti has joined her Hllilwrnl at PtnovIUo to remain ovoral MMka Midi DOHA IHNCH to visiting Mlwos jiMlcne Curran and Alma Earl ut Ctn cinnatiV MAIIIH ANn NIROINIA MA iiONY were guests of Crab Orchard frJandMUBflus J M ALVHR80N and It CoIToy attended tho hop at London Fri ny night p Misa VITA BRADY of Covtngton hall returned homo after n visit to Mlle Ma M iy Phillips MKs J K VANARSDALU returned to jLoulivlllo Saturday after n visit to Irknds hero Miss88 MARY AND SALIIB Bunnnrr have returned from a visit to friends nt Harrodsburg i Miss ALUB VANARBDALB of Louis 11Ic is with Miss Mollie Brooks at Arab Orchard JwMiu A H SBVBIUNCE and family of CorbIn have been with Mr and Mrs wilt Severance MRS J U llOLD RAN and chlldren of Somerset were guests of Mrs Henry Holdcrman MRS WILL SEVERANCE returned Saturday from n protracted visit to hoc homofolks In Shelby MR AND MRS T T MARTIN ot Lox ington wore guests of his parents Mr and Mrs Alex Martin GBOROB G MBNBKBB arrived Friday night from Joplin Mo where he has spont moat of the summer M lIlH 1 M HUEY and Alfred Pence arc In Cincinnati buying dead loads of dry goods and furniture MRS RUSSRLL DILUON has joint her husband at Aliccton She was accom panted by Miss Dclphia Ncwjnnd- MB88U8 HotiT GAINes W B Jarvis and Russell Dillion are attending the camp meeting at Aliccton this week MRS JERRY SMITH and children re M turned to Jcllico Saturday after n visit to her mother Mrs M M McKinney Miss ANNA NEWLAND of Crab Or chard is tho guost of Mrs Mitch t Bailey on Maple Ave Danville Her aid REV J W HAGIN wife and children who have been spending the sum mer with Mr J F Cash and family 1returned to Covington Friday I MRS R B WILKINSON and two pret ty littlo daughters Bessie and Willie of Stanford are with her sister Mrs D G Portman Liberty News liON HARVEY HELM attended the Shclbyvillo fair and was warmly con by his many friends on winning tho Congressional nomination Mns KATE GANN NashvilleTcnn and Mrs Willie Coulter and son Master Tellius Coulter of Yosemite wero tho guests of John W Ends and family Ma A C DUNN who has been down for two months with malarial fever was able to bo in town yesterday and his friends were glad to see him out MRS H D GREGORY and children who have been spending tho summer with her father Judge James P Bailey returned to Covington Friday Miss POLLY TRAYLOB of Stanford is tho pretty guest of Miss Katie Simp son Richmond nvcnuo Mr Henry of Stanford was in our town SaturdayLancnster Record Miss HELEN TIIURMOND has been chosen ns teacher of tho fifth grade In tho Somerset High School Mrs II will arrive this C Wray of Stanford week to visit Mrs Edwin P Morrow Soraerset Mountaineer MRS J F HOLDAM of Stanford Mrs Mason Morris of Crab Orchard Miss Ella Morris of Eminence and Wade Perkins of Crab Orchard will attend tho fair as guests of Miss Mar guerite SaUce Mrs AC Hill of Stanford is visiting her parents Mr Mrs L B and Mrs John Mershon Cook and daughter Mrs J H Shanks of Stanford will be the of Mrs M Owens during the fairSomer et Journal MR JOHN P JONES of Mt Sterling is hero on business MRS WOODIB HALE is visiting roll atives at Somerset IIAYS F08TBR spent several days with Lebanon friends Miss NANNIE PRBWITT of Louisville is with Mrs C B Tate MHSDAMBS T P HILL and Julia P Chase are at Olympian Springs Miss 1hiiBi BATSMAN of Bradford yule ia the attractive guest of Mist Mario Muttony MIL J W COCKINO of McKinnqy has gone to Falmouth to too his moth e who Is very III MR EIINBCT WAHRBN of Middles boro spont Sunday with his wife at Eld Joseph Ballou- sLwiiit McllARGUK has arrived from Tyrono Oklahoma and matriculated at the Stanford Male Female ScmJ nary MRS J C McCLARY will entertain tho Ladies Missionary Society of the Baptist church Friday afternoon at 0 HHSSIU T BNOLE IAN left yes terday for Knoxville where she has a nice KMitIon as teacher in the D D Institute MISSBS EUZAIIBTII ALLEN of Mil IcrburR nnd Fannlo Miller Preston of Ashland are guests of Miss Sallle Taylor Woods Tile Dally Gazette of Augusta Kan sas tolls of a delightful reception given Miss Florence Tanner of McKinney by Mr and Mrs J W Rule MUBDAMES TALTON Emmy of Cin cinnati nnd hello Higby and Miss Charlotte Miller of Fort Worth Texas arc guests of relatives hero MBSSRS LEn MRSSBR and James Mc Boo and sister Miss Mollie accom panted Mlra Martha Hubbnrd to Richmond Saturday to visit relatives liON C A HAHDIN the best Commonwealth Attorney In the State passed through from Harrodsburg Sunday to Lancaster to attend court MIt J E CARSON is hero from Bliss Oklahoma looking younger than he did a dozen years ago We aro glad to state that ho is prospering In tho Southwest Miss SARA BAUGHMAN entertained a few friends yesterday evening in honor of Miss Anno Peebles of Moorcsville countryhomeDURING Mrs Mark Hardins absence at French Lick Springs Mrs Geo Barnes Wearen is housekeeper at the St Asaph Hotel and she is making an excellent one MR ABIIHY M WARREN who is hold a responsible and lucrative ttositlon with the L at Mobile Ala ar rived Sunday to visit tho homcfolks who are delighted to have him with them PROF S D KESSNER of Abingdon Va who will teach In the Schoo department or the Stanford Graded School arrived Sunday nnd is getting acquainted with tho patrons of the school LOCALS DAMSON plums for sale at 20e a gal Ion Mrs J B Paxton A LARGEr of solid silver and sit ver plated lint ware at Muellers WANTED A good r ndto workon farm Come recommended Dr laugh Reid HEMP Machine No running order and good wheat drill for sale Burdett Powell Huatonville I AM prepared to fill orders for poplar and oak shingles Write for prices- E W Creighton Kingsville Ky WANTED Position by young lady as compositor on weekly newspaper Has had three years experience andcan Rive beat references Address INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford Ky TUB election commissioners for Lincoln county aro Messrs Jesse C Lynn and T J Hill democrats and lion B B King republican Sheriff is a commissioner by virtue of his ofllce DUNNMr It Weaver Dunn who Buffered a stroke of paralysis some 10 days ago died last week at his home near Millcdgcvillo aged 75 Ho is survived by his wire Mr Dunn was a clover hardworking man and stood well in his community BANK STOCKI sellat public auction on Monday Sept 10th county court day five shares of stock in the National Bank of Hustonville Salo will take place in front of tho court house at 1 oclock r W II Harris executor Mrs M B McAlister NEW GOODS real- r Coming in ovary tray Come to us for the newest mid best Wo hsivo undo anti are still making great preparations for tho coming Fall lint Winicr Good merchandise is scarcer than in years but wo have ours bought and ran supply you SON IF in need of a good sewing machine seo W II Mueller CHAPES abundances for salo Ed Hubbnrd Stanford GOOD farm band wanted John Tray lor Gilberts Crook Ky You RUNT Three nice rooms Ap ply to Mrs Leslie Carter Jit IT rained Sunday usual A heavj shower fell yesterday afternoon FOR SAIRMy hbuiohold and kltch en furniture Apply to Mrs W II Shanks 21 WB received Fall lini of rugs and druggets and also u fine Mine of artistic rockers Tribble Ionco 2t Mil M 0 VANDEVBEK Is closing out his stock of goods at the little store on Logan Avenue und is giving some raro bargains KEV JOSEPH SEVERANCE will deliver a temperance lecture at Waynesburg Thursday night and at KIngsvilio Fri day night NOTICE yourschool to W H Wearen at the First National Bank The 5 per cent penalty will be added Sept 10 1906 L RHughes Treas urer 2t ON account of theBryan Reception at Louisville Sept 12 the L N will sell roundtrip tickets from Stan ford at one fare plus 25c Tickets on sale Sept 10 and 11th ALL persons having claims against Lincoln county must file same with county court clerk properly verified nt a date not later than Sept 24 1906 G U Cooper clerk by E D Pennington D CTnc Q C will run n special train to Somerset Thursday and Friday on account of tho fair It will leave June tion City at 740 and McKinney at 805 each morning Greatly reduced rates are offered TUB musicale at the Male d Female Seminary Friday evening was well at tended and thoroughly enjoyable Dr and Mrs Fallis gave some diilcultnum- bers which were well executed and loudly applauded AT a protracted meeting at Ellisburg Casey county Clarence Alstott and Tom Johnson became engaged in an en counter Johnson slashing Alstott with a knife immediately over the heart leaving a wound about four inches long JUDGE W L DAWSON carrier on R F D Route No2 is enjoying a 15 day rest at the expense of Uncle Sam Tho government gives a 15day lay oil to all carriers who have operated their routes for a year Mr George R En gleman is filling Mr Dawsons place for the present TilE Crab Orchard Graded High School will begin Monday next Sept 10 Prof Nathaniel U Sewell of London is Superintendent Mrs Mary J Cochran teacher in intermediate grade and mathematics and Miss Georgia Lewis of this place will have charge of the primary grade and German UNDER tho now Revenue and Taxa tion law mortgages and liens of the past five years come in for taxation County Clerk Cooper has just gone through his office and finds that these amount to about 650000 which amount will considerably swell tho sum total of taxation of Lincoln county TEMPERANCE meetings wore held in tho courthouse yard Thursday evening and in tho Christian church Friday eve ping Eld Joseph Severance chaplain of tho Frankfort penitentiary was the speaker on tho first evening and Eld John M Lewis on tho latter Both made timely talks and furnished much rood for thought MR W R Any organized a town to be known as Fountain City Oklahoma It is seven miles from Lawton where Mr D will locate Tho capital stock has already been paid in and 150 lots sold Some of tho stockholders are such men as D T Chestnut formerly of Corbin Rlol Jackson of London W L Moore L D Den horn G A Denham C H Keeton of Williamsburg Mr Denham is very enthusiastic over his prospects in his now home and it would not surprise us to learn soon that ho has become very rich man Ho certainly has the energy and knows how to push things 4 TilE light running Domestic Chain and Lockstich on one machine For sale by W II Mueller JONES KELSAY will give another big picnic at Jones Park near Yoso mite Sept 22 See bills for further particulars MRS FKANCBS E BBAUCUAMP pros ident of the W C T U of this State will deliver a lecture here this Tues day night and at Turner ville Wed nesday night TUB attention of the people of Casey is called to my splendid stock of gen oral merchandise Brand new line of dry goods just in Call and see Mrs Belle Lawhorn Yosemite FAKM SOLDGeorge D Robinson has sold toMrs Jonesof Wayne county his magnificent farm of 225 acres near Hustonvillc at 80 It is hoped that Mr Robinson will buy another farm in Lincoln or at any rato will not move from this county TUB Stanford Graded School will open next Monday September 10 It is the sincere desire of the management that every child of school age in tho district who docs not attend school elsewhere take advantage of the facilities and opportunities offered at this school It is not only a privilege but the duty of every parent or patron to see that their children attend some educational institution Ono of the national perils if not tho national peril is the spirit of indifference to education or rather to thorough and systematic training Too many are content with superficiality Mechanism in method Is supplanting system in education John Philip Sousa sounds the note of alarm when he speaks of musical automatics destroying the expression of soul states For instance do phon ographs or graphophones and other phones and graphs express the state of soul Does a rendition of Beethoven or Wagner from the Me tallic graphopone express the inspiring cadences of the human touch Does the reproductin of tho prince of singers give out the same thrill of the human voice with its rythmlcal How No Yet you will find those who say why struggle and spend time and money for musical training when you can get a pianola reproduce for you the work of tho masters You can pay 25 Cora graphophone and get the same music that you would get for 2500 spirV on a musical education Can you Where is the cultural value or the soul training This is a parallel case to nil forms of education It is the same in elementary and classical edu cation Why bo able to do more than read or write Is it necessary to go farther Do you not get all practical value from education when yon have attained the three Rs What do the fathers and mothers say Are you pleased with the short cut methods Are you satisfied with a smattering of tho essentials in mindtraining and soul culture Are you willing to send your boy or girl for a short while and then take a correspondence course or some short cut buy a diploma and get to making money Yes if you wish to make money and unmake mind or if matter be superior to mind Send the boys and girls to school as long as pos sible Avoid the spirit of commer cialism in education May we not ar rive at a higher state educationally if wo persue the course that leads to full development Be not an automaton in your station but be a thinker The end of education is to prepare man to ful fill the purpose of human existence or to livo completely Wo can best attain this end by taking a full or complete ourso and thus get as much mental and moral training as possible Agitate hat we may educate It does not pay to economize in mind training for this is to stultify the mind If too much conomy be used in training of mind and heart some one else must do our hinking Conservation of energy is rood but deprivation of mind culture is inimical to mental strength and vigor Prompt nnd regular attendance is necessary and close application n sine qlln non if wo hope for the beet things The foregoing written not so much in a monitory way as to give a gentle eminder that school opens next Mon lay and to try to show that it is much better to start with tho opening day Wo therefore urge all to cooperate in securing full attendance from start to finish All who desire to como are invited to bring their children tho first day opens 830 A M 10 J W IRELAND Superintendent NEW FALL SHOES dstderr r Led us show you the new hall styles In Ladies Footwear Variety of styled null prlctt tu stilt nil sum to 84 Special values Itt 2equal to t nlaup 82fiO shoos Itanember Zeiglort have more good qualities than any other shoo made for the price M i i x The famous Shoe for Women i Fall Styles Just Received New Leathers New Lasts See the New 4lCbIlegeiBoot S CUMMINSMCLARY f- i STANFORD KY t4414 I lHHHHHf + +++ H f++fri +4 Y1Ffl4+ Fi 14f49v BELTS BAGS BUCK= jj LES BARRETES AND COMBS ii h New Jluc of Bended Silk and Elastic Belts Prices 25o to 82 A large assortment ot IeRchA New Lot of Belt Buckles at 25c and 50c each Barrettes at25c 35c fund 50c nil styles Fancy Side and Back Combs and Comb Sets at 25c to 2 You are cordially invited to inspect the move nnd nil of our Fall line of iIi Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5c and tOe Ware Fff hFf1 F Ff FO L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY i 4 IS ttllllll Ofwii HNNMtHfitlif laHy4 iinterior Journal Enltrtd in the Prto at Stanford at dclau matter TDBUBUBU TOKHOAVH AND FH1DAT AT 500 PER YEAR CASH 1s When not ao paid 1200 will bo charge Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Teed sad Solo Stable Lancaster Ky horses wellfed and cared for UpI date rip at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE STOSS ft CLmSON Prcn JUNCTION CITV KY ntClan Turnouts at tetgtAttention to Grain and nay For Bale INSURANCEWnd Rtorm Ufo and Tire LlghtntnR RTItOoiGl HT and Accident None tho OufFank4d Lou raying Itno- aUnequalled blo state Talk with rMAHONY Stanford Kentucky Retldonce Phono No 81 When In Danville atop with t B C FOX and Hale Mute fancy ylvery Feed hore themarket tld- acelon atdall time Will bo In mules mule cotta for UtO yenrfing and horse cult B G FoxDanvilleKy BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANroHD KT fcMdal attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horse on commission Stock Pen In Connection Two Farms For Sale r 3 wish to sell privately my farm of svcrei5 mutes Wet of nca ter on Lexi lugon It la well Unproved and hn or water and timber fenced Md buildings In good repair farm of 100 acreAlso an Eton pikefood outleteachrwanyiWell 1nCttl Terms TI II BItRINO JJarkibury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy rondymnde olothtna when there the of high it so difference In rendymndoauitsand n suit rondo to trade nn experiencedl1Ie surenumtfourwllorr I have u handsome line Spring and Kramer goods I can make from it low price Vulnesi suit to the finest drew suit Also TerconU trousers nnd fancy vests The company I represent In one of the bet H C RUPLEY the Tailor Ja l TrajlortDIALIl IN WDlsku Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc I Carpenter Houie lot to Depot STANFORD KY Prollpt n4 polite atteatlou Nothhiriehbr- berink Mti rhea cr tdexraph or0tr nceir- weafuttmeon eccQar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 147 Home Phono 3J i t iCBeazleyCo Undertakers null Embalm ore Also Dealers in Fur iture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J W NEWMAN Announces His Candidacy for Commissioner of Agriculture- To the democrats of Kentucky Subject to the action of the State Democratic primary called for the sixth day of November 1900 I hereby announc myself as a candidate for Commissionc of Agriculture Labor and Statistic and ask for your support Kentucky is in tho main and agricultural state Her prosperity depend primarily upon the prosperity of her farmers tier manufactories depend upon the farmer to buy and consume their products and hence the dally laborer mechanic merchant or banker reaps a benefit from the farmer prosperity In my opinion there is no state office that affects more directly the general welfare of our people than that of Commissioner of Agriculture This State is just beginning to realize the importance of its agricultural in terests and the necessity of building them up so that they may keep pace with its manufacturing and mining interests The farmers pay the greatest portion of the taxes and have asked for but little but now believe the State authorities should assist them in every possible way To this end they believe we should have a farmer for a Commissioner- I believe my record in the Genera Assembly of Kentucky both as a member of the House of Representatives and as a member of the Senate is sufficient evidence that I have the farmers interests at heart It was mj pleasure to introduce and see passed the bill providing for a free farmer institute in each county of the Com monwealth a bill to prevent the adul teration of bran and other commercial feed stuffs so the consumer would not be imposed upon and other agricultural measures of equal importance In fact there was no bill in the Legislature that was for the farming interest that I was not found fighting foi its passage If elected to this office 1 pledge who ability and what energy I may posses toward upbullding the agricultural terests of the state as well as doing my duty as Commissioner of Labor- I submit my claims to the Democrat of Kentucky believing a farmer shout be at the head of the agricultural terests of the State believing my ex pencncc in the agricultural colleges ol both Kentucky and Colorado and mj experience as a farmer and legislator it me for the place and believing that- in Commissioner I can serve my party ind my State J W NEWMAN REDUCED RATES educed rotes on- all railroads in Kentucky are offered fur the Big Blue Grass Fair to be held at Lexington the week of Sept 17th to 2nd Special trains will be provided by the L N the Q 8 C and the southern railroads reaching Lexington at a convenient hour in the morning and leaving late in the afternoon so as to allow agood long day at the Fair Definite information about rates rom- any given point can be had upon ap lication to the ticket agent at that oint or by writing Secrecary Bain at exington The management of the Fair is glad to supply all information for any who expect to attend and It- is no trouble for it to answser all necessary correspondence The week of Sept 17th to 22nd will be a gala week for Lexington and the Bluegrass There will be thousands of visitors rom other sections of the State and lundreds from other States The Fair will be well worthy of the patronge of- aU who attend Emmet Turpin the only prisoner in- the log jail at Nashville Ind since last fall is serving a sentence of 250 days for selling liquor illegally He carries the key to the jail and acts it- the triple capacity of jailer janitor and prisoner When he wants anything he unlocks the door goes out and gets It- and returning again locks himself lie is threatening to sue the county for services as janitor Stop It A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung troubles lont take chances when Foleys 1I0ne and Tar affords perfect Security from serious effects of a cold Ien nys Drug Store- Wyoming Republicans have nominated a State ticket headed by Bryant B Brooks for Governor Here and There The firstbale of Chickasaw Nation cotton to be sold this season was mark eted at Ardmore I T The price Paid was 9i cents- Middlesboro people will likely vote or the whisky question this fall A big temperance meeting to last two weeks is in progress there Dr Otto Schmidt of Cologne Ger many has succeeded in making cul tures of the cancer bacillus in a certain mildew forming on plants According to the records of the San Francisco Health Department 452 persons lost their lives as a result of the earthquake disaster of April 18 Some of the depositors in tho defunct Real Estate Trust Company of Phil adelphia have engaged an attorney with a view to prosecuting the directors of tho company W J Bryan during tho week will proceed to his home in Lincoln Neb On the way ho probably will speak at Detroit and in Chicago ho will bo the guest of tho Iroquois Club where he is to make an address MATRIMONIAL Within 15 minutes of tho time tho bill was filed Mrs Kathleen K Steven son n Kentuckian was granted a die vorce in a Chicago court A Sevastopol dispatch says Admiral SkrydlofT commander of the Black Sea fleet has received a number of applications from womcrji who desire to mar ry sailors condemned to be exiled to Siberia for mutiny and accompany them to their place of exile Several such requests have been granted Pain from a Burn Promptly Re lieved by Chamberlains Pain Balm- A little child of Michael Strauss of Vernon Conn was recently in great pain from a burn on the hand and as cold applications only increased the intlummattonMr Strauss came to Mr James N Nichols a local merchant for something to itoV the pain Mr Nichols says 011 advised him to use Chamberlains Pain Balm and tho first application drew out tho Inflammation and gave immediate rellefl have used this liniment myself and recommend it very often for cuts burns strains and lame back and have never known It to disappoint For sale by Stanford Drug Co cPresident Roosevelt has written to Public Printer Stillings that if the proposed simplified spelling in official doc uments meets public approval it will be made permanent If not ho writes it will be droppe- dChamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan The most successful medicines aro those that aid nature Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan Take It when you havo a cold and It will allay the cough relieve the lungs aid expectoration open tho secretions and aid nature In restorlntho system to a healthy condition Thousands have testified to its superioroxcollonco It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia Price 25c Largo sire GOc For sale by Stanford Drug Co Horses Handled lim Hl to break and lmiiillt lion by tilt mouth Perfect tuilHfitctlon iiiilcctl ilex n trill llehrcncM IIURI Kd M Mrti rty 11 Ilk Oottugo mock Htivnfonl Ky PUBLIC SALE Raving ilctcrmlnml to break up housekeeping lor the will nt tt llnm ya 10rehllulIt Trail Orchard 19- IlOtllII HATUtlAYHKlTNTII commnencing promptly tt le ell tho following KootU Inc hair oni l18klOok rates S tuning tnlilei two cook tore I walnut ilrvMvr I wardrobe 3 rockers liunp 1111o11t Rcur i HiinltMi tool unit otmr kltchoi iirtlcliKono Mt of illnlnii room clmlr and n lot of furniture not mcnlloiUHl In thus lull Intllcitrt 1MHclnlly invited TVnm cnnli MUH AMOK NKWhANI alMITI d Tll tlitUAY KIT 91101 My tKk of Kvncral niurchntulUo togethe with tho store nlonl Also my houo ami two nero ot land adjoining house contain lag five room good torn etrr attn well of linn wilier Miouiound lot nt Morelaiul orkjIImlbee on It n comfortable itMelllux and d- actltdf Ihelntu to uiulcr fens will full Si tW IlIroltl cnttle Jnlce Jer ey milk rows mllkrs S hone both good lirivereahogSbtlggie Ill good I iprliiK buggy hariie mme Wllltllllthleofhold roiulitltiK of nitre orunu Parlor suit folding Iw41S lunl room uIU couch I wunlrot mwlng umnchfleIcrmtrntobloSextentlule table Sictaof ebntr7 rockers carpet S boat log IIOIIt niniies iiiul other IhliiKt too nu IIKTOIU to mention- Timms made known on lny of tale J W lUrtHON MlllmlKWllle- Ool J POhandler Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE I blue Urn Knrin Stock Crop Fans tm plomvnti- HATUKOAY UK IT 1WK Thu unclrralxtml will offer for tale on the iilioviUato on the prtiulwi tit II I a Illui cirtiM farm contnlnliiR SIN norvi ItHnt mdlea from V nallltil iiilln from NlcholnHvllUntil out mllo from Troy In WtKxlfonl county Ky Will Bell It In three etutrntu tnuti 1I1IIu n whole nil three tructi plko f roiittiKO Wltlivnrli tract will Iw lolil a large toNnco UirnRlKht ncrrs of very fine corn wven non of extra goat tolvicco Mini to rhk of duly Thu plnct U wntrrvd hr nrverfnlllnii irlna and well wlrelThehow nlmutTA none In Hint Onus nod Nl sere In niif clovrr and acres to hi owed In wheat Tho plnco hRI n twelllnic house with mix room nml nil outhullUliiKi and tenant house of thin roouif At the nun time ami will n lot of lIIulthorlll cowiaml Inns tugdemunta usually u1 on platy of till slit totfrlhcr with liT wood hop nUo household and kltfhvn furniture IH1I rent volute onvthlrtl eah dance In one cold two yinrx at 0 per riiit lVr rtyrniili For further particular niiply to I W Lyne Foul eta r agent Ntr iolastine Ky Jbhn w IcMlllanott the o or the umlenlgiiMl IJNIIlIIIIIIOIII PUBLIC SALE I IIUlonHATimnvYMKrTurrnitMi ell RU my i er onnl prolog coiMlitlnf of I Kooil buggy mare cull o IIIIIe l liy womnn or with ixrfict Hfity I ere cow which given Knlloni of milk riIny 1 holforcnlfft iiinntli 01111 buggy phaeton 1 site of buggy hornet now ninnS unddl 1 Kooil rldlnu hrldlii A lot of gOOlI unrtlMi tools n Iwlt luilv lllIcer spntlf anti urnmmrr A lot of fiirpenlfrii tools new wnnhlnt mnrlilii amt wrlnjjnr wunhlni tuln Icuod Imth house hok- lgoalI line plnno te4itend mnttn H Inr h fund wand rot Isok1- 41e olairs tlllIlIllIl their other gowda0d lIIflll thllllll for hbuw kIIII- to nunmroiu to mention cook tov and utun vN At tin nin tlnif 5will onrlily house nml tot lot mntnliu nlxnit t norm with dwrhlhigdrenonleetrni out 1mibl IIIKKH No well tune llendld water right lit ttiiiloor Itdoneof th Imt loeutlmis In tho county for u mnn Hint wells to ennnuf In the fuel mid and bulmes Th lot nets n IOIIK the line of the Q A O Itnllriiiul n wlteh now on tilt lot IIMI u mnnll are lonoIhat holilnnlxuit t fur loiuU of tailed lily now uel liy the Coluiiililii Htmtlrtnw l o ltiT tlinmller nii tli nivr sues Iw Una priiiiilillv nt in nliMk TtTiiM mnde known on tiny of wile ItrrIYPN VIILIMH MctClnney Ky MONEY MAKERS J Oliver Plows Osborne Disc Harrows Armour Fertilizers Superior Grain Drills Etc WsHe HIG GINS Stanford Kentucky Ibllll liiiJi lI ILSay 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 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber p REDUCED PRICES Mens 8500 Suits Reduced to SOOIMens 8050 Suits Reduced to Mens 8750 Suits Itciluwl to 000 iMens 8800 Suits Kethiced to iIiOIMens 8900 Stifle Reduced to Mens 81000 Suits Reduced to 800- Mens 81200 Suits Reduced to 1000 Mens 81250 Suits Reduced to llOO- Mens 81500 Suits Reduced to 1200tThe above prices are on all our Spring and 1 Summer Clothing of this season Childrens Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices SAM ROBINSON Dry Goods Clothing Shoe Hats and Caps Indies unit Gents Furnishings Etc tho store that saves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY 11MrZEMO ANY FORM OF SKIN OR SCALP DISEASE READ 1 MR YOUNGS LETTER STONSTOHT lu April 3 1735I Eo W Rosa MxniaKK Co St Louis Mo Dear Sirs It is a source of pleasure for me to you to UM my picture before Rod aster cured by II ZEMO and to tell what IIZILlo did for me I doctored this COM of Acne for six years and spent several hundred dollars with physicians and speciailiU The more salves and creams I used the worse my face became Mr Ira Blackman recommended IIBight bottles entirely cured me and 1 honestly believe nZE IOls best remedy la the world for any 1 Jskin discus Yours very truly 1r QUAHANTCID AND TOLD BV PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD I have just received lUG JoT of the above stoves mud am now ready to furnish you one at u rcasoniililo figure X3 GEORGE H FARRIS 0rStanford Kentucky Try One of Our New Perfection Oil Stoves LOWEST PRICES George D Hopper Stanfo h Ky YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces bv W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD