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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1908 NO 50 l REMEMBER SEPT THE 12th The Day of the local option Election Local Option at Mayfield 1 To Whom it May Concern We the undersigned professional and business met of Mayfied Ky state that Mayfield has been a local option town for more than 30 years and that as an evidence of the satisfaction of its citizens from both a moral and financial standpoint the majority for temper ance was overwhelming at the last election in fact the largest in its history We have a prosperous town of about 7000 not a vacant business house in itseveral new ones recently built and others un der course of erection A large number of dwell ing houses have been erected this year Our ing people are prospering and well provided for and their earnings which in whisky towns usually go to the saloons are here expended for the neces saries and pleasures of their families We Most Heartily Endorse Local Option Signed R O Hester Attorney at Law C R Roberts Shoes- N A Hale Bank Cashier W H Benjamin Sec D L Association J E McKeel Sec Mayfield Mfg Co G O Duncan Sec of Old Woolen Mills Cumey Long Vehicles Carter Slaughter Dry Goods B C Seay Attorney at Law W S Foy Attorney at Law 1 McElwrath Brooks Dry Godds 1 rMayfield Ky July 30 1906 PAINT LICK Protracted meeting begun nl ML Tabor Monday night Tho meeting at Now Hope closed Sunday night Miss Wagers of Madison begun teaching tho public school hero Monday Mies Lucy Francis will tench a select school at Wallnutta James Metcalf has moved his family here Mr E C McWhorter returned from Laurel Tuesday He brought with h im S hands to work in his toy bacco at this place and his farm in lower Garrard Miss Mary lcar has returned from Europe MiM Ruin Totton of Stan ford ta the guest of bliss Mnrguurito Pullins Mn Mary Highlnng and children and MIM Pearl Ely uro the guests of their nwtberMn Mottio Ely Mr and MM Jack Adam of Lancas ter and daughter Mrs Ed England of Unrbourville visited relatives here this week Mrs Pattio Enjclomnn was called to Richmond Monday by tho III nose of her daughter Mury Clark Mrs Mary Ann Best and granddaugh ter have returned to Lexington Mrs A H Estridgo was considerably bruised by jumping from u buggy on last Sat urday The horse became frightened and ran off causing her to jump out W F Champ A U Entridgo anti daughter Ethel Mf and Mrs Quynn and Mrs Minnie Jennings arc in Cin cinnati G W Kemper is in Cincin nati this week Mrs Mary Ann rented her farm hero to J N Floy for next year Misses Margaret An derson and Eliso Fitzpatrick left this morning tb attend school at Caldwell in Danville Misses Ethel Woods and aunt Miw Pearl Baker leave this p week for Lcwisburg W Va to at tend school Miss Stella McWhorter will attend Georgetown College bars Elizabeth Shumate continues quito low Mrs It N Moberly has returned from a visit in Madison Miss Ann White is visiting relatives in Richmond Dr N Ramsey has returned to his home in North Carolina Gov Luke P Blackburn whose reputation oa a physician and philanthro gist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is tho heat apar iunt known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than any mo remedy I have ever used IIGet a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab I Orchard Water For sale by all drug Kist and country store Seized frey of fright at tho dream that a Negro was trying to kill her Miss Anhlo Morgan 37 was over come with an attack of heart trouble and died within a few minutes at Coy lumbus 0 How Does the Senator Stand As Senator McCrcary is said to be endeavoring to corral the elements who aro apposing Gov Ilcckham be cause of his enforcement of tho Jaws against liquor selling on Sunday and his efforts in behalf of the county unit bill may wo as an old friend and supporter for more than 30 years ask the Senator 1 Are you for or against the en forcoment of the Sunday law 2 Are you for tho county unit law If not are you against It or indiffer ant to its results An honest answer to those questions will greatly simplify tho Senator To opiKiso thorn and triumph over the man by reason of them who is obey ing his oath to see that tho laws aro properly executed and who made the passage of the county unit law possible will be a sad blow to the temper once cauio in Kentucky It will sot thq efforts of those who have worked for its advancement back fully a score of years To punish n man for ob Hurvlng his oath and trying to insure to oach locality tho right of solfrgov ornmcnt will ho a notice to all others that the liquor power Is in the saddle in Kentucky and no one need dare to try to fly in its face Senator Mc Crcary may not answer tho questions now but he will be forcod to come out in the open by Gov Beckham before tho campaign is over and he had as anddstate his position at once Journal LITTLK IAn BUT GOOD Hon liar vey Helm of Stanford was declared the democratic nominee for Congress by the committee which met at Nichol villo Friday This paper has had much to say from time to time regarding tho many sterling qualifications of Mr Helm and our readers arc aware of tho fact that better Congressional timber could not have been obtained Young brilliant true to his friends und an in defatigable worker ho will make a recordof which his constituency will feel justly proud If every district is rep resented by an equally capable man the Kentucky delegation will be heard from in the next Congress Central Record llnlnsIrealize that It is produced by a medl cine These tablets also euro Indiges lion and biliousness Price 23c Sam pins free at Stanford Drug Co yep John A Stratton a prominent Louis ville business man is dead YEWS NOTES B F Mason killed himself at Cyni thiana by drinking two ounces of car bolic acid While driving near Cleveland 0 William Sauers and wife were struck by n train and instantly killed batIticand people were at the ringside John D Hooe society man clubman and horse fancier committed suicide at his suburban home at Richmond Va The union men of Philadelphia dedicated a monument to the late P J McGuire said to have been tho found er of Labor day W F Hnnsberger u member of the promInentsuicide by shooting The trial of Curt Jett for the alleged delayintho noted prisoner to arrive from the penitentiary the authorities there mis understanding the order for his re bout between Joe Gans and Battling Nelson nt Goldfteld Nevada was a lung drawn out affair it taking 42 rounds to bring about n decision In that round Nelson struck Gans below tho belt and Referee Silver gave the decision to the Negro on account of u foul Ira NTerrill recently released from State Prison in Lansing Kan where ho served n term on a murder convIc- tion is seeking tho indictment of tho present Governor and two former Gov ernors of Kansas and certain Okla homa officials on the ground that he- 8 unlawfully heldusder peonage and was not guilty as charged of mur der The Breath of Life Its a significant fact that tho strong est animal r Its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs moans powerful creatures How to keep the breathing organs right should bo mans ohiofest study Like thous and of others Mrs Ora A Stephens of Port WUllmns 0 has learned how todo this She writutr Three bottles of Dr Kings Now Discovery stopped my cough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought consump lion 0 its grand for throat and lung troubles Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Ilros Crab Orchard Price bOn and fclCO Trial bottle free Owing to a tie Inthe Town Council of Milton the application of Charles Kelley for a liquor license was turned down LOCAL OPTION AT CAMPBELLSBURG To Whom it May Concern Campbellsburg has been under local option for a number of years The fact that only four votes were cast against it at our last electionwhich was held just a short time since shows that our people are thoroughly satisfied without saloons We do not hesitate to say that our town has been greatly benefited both in a moral and financial way by the voting out of whisky from our midst Our home life is better our public morals are better and we now have a perfectly safe childrenNoment in deciding what to do when it comes to a helptheSigned L Mr Lee Merchant L T McCarty Merchant- W T Chilton Insurance- S O Boulware Bank Cashier- E M Luckett Merchant L T Wyatt MerchantsD L Ricketts W H Bishop Merchant t Hugh Lander Merchant ij H Cdmpbellsburg Ky July 20 1906 HUBBLE Adam Kelley Is doing a nice business in his shpp here now J M Rankin is building a new tenant house and corn crib Tho protracted meeting at the Chris tian church closed Sunday night with 21 additions James Harris Is on the sick list Mrs W J Spoonamore of Indiana is visiting her fatherinlaw J M Spoona more Mr Silas Moss has moved to his fathers farm near Lancaster Mr Leo Rankin has gone to Wayne to attend the funeral of his niece Miss Jennie Gover Luther Weaver sold some 1000pound cattle to J C Robinson at 8Jc A J Rice has moved to tho Spoona more place on tho pike Miss Bettie Solvers is visiting Mrs M B Eubanks Miss Elise and Bessie Engleman visited Miss Lcvisa Harris last week Misses Madgo and Rose lIackley have gone to Knoxville to enter college Miss Nell Johnson has returned to Lancaster after u weeks visit to Mrs J C Eu banks Harry McBeath and Ben Under wood have returned from Wayne county Miss Jewel Spoonamoro entered Caldwell college Wednesday Logan Hubble and George Hendrixson are going to State College Misses Flon nio Hammonds and Mayme Under Wood are attending the Somerset fair We desire Candidate Hays to answer the following questions Question 1 Should linger bo the par tys nominee for governor will you support tiro- Question 2 Should any of the present administration other than yourself se cure the nomination will you support himQuestion 3Will you in the event you should support tho nominees give us an example of how you will defend the party in general election Question 4 In the event that you will not support and defend the party nominees do you believe it honorable to seek tho party nomination Shelby Sentinel Chamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plai The most successful medicines are those that aid nature Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan Take it when you have a cold and it will allay the cough relieve tho lungs aid expectoration open tho secretions and aid nature in restoring tho system to a healthy condition Thousands have tcstlllod to Its superior oxcollcnco It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia Price Sic Large size 60c For sale by Stanford Drug Co Fall Showing of Shoes We are receiving daily from the best manufactur ers shoes for the whole family Portsmouth Shoes for the little ones Selby Shoes for ladies Excelsior Shoes for little gents and boys Eclipse shoes for men Let us show you OrchardJ DONT LET THIS BARGAIN PASS I HavlilBliOliliil tog Imik li the MrrrnntllH 1I11III1SiI will roll oiifiisy t TMH and at u hnrunlu rtt lil iiir oii lnniHHtir of MWH room In mUll tlon goal ardor two attic ruIi roumi hull mill n llr trliiN bath room Also good Uirn iHiiit varfhotiM 01111011011111 otlur oiulnilUlliiKftniul n lino gnnlen llc Icliiicr UIIII In flrftrlnx repair mw KoxlUenco tine lulu neighIorsa Mn s TllilM l HAl JIIIIIII 1SI Htanfonl Ky Public Sale of Shorthorn Cattle 21 of Oakland and Troiidnouk Herd Auction at Danville Ky Mon day Sept 17 IIOIi Messrs 11rnsd J II Moore Apply to this office for catalogueSTRAYED OR STOLEN From farm of J II otvaleyuearerab Orchard Ky two three yearold broke Mules Bay horso mule 15J hands and black or mouse colored mare mule 15 J hands Any information given willjbo appreciated and expense pair J B 0ysiEY Stanford Ky The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH IencandldntoforltepreaontntlvrotLincolncounty oratlepnrty Democratic Ticket For CohgrrM HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county STENSLAND who robbed thedepositors of a Chicago bank of 2000000 caus ing some of them t lose their minds i andothers to commit suicide and wh was arrested in Tangier in far off Mo rocco is said to be inn state of collapse It is hoped however that he will survive and be brought to trial on the scene of his crime and that ho will be given the limit of law There ought not and doubtless there will not be any t silly sentimentality displayed by the I jury in his case A life time in prison will not atone for his crime Valparaiso is in urgent need of aid Proportionately to population the disas ter seems to have been more complete oven than was the havoc wrought by the earthquake in San Francisco It is t estimated that 50000 people are home less in the stricken Chilean city The rough sheds which have been erected in open places are poor shelter in the season of raw winds and chilling fops for it is now winter in the southern hemisphere and the suffering is great IF Hays should get the nomination for governor which of course he will never do there are some republicans who arc said to favor indorsing him There is no reason why they all should not be for the general II whose room in the democratic party is very badly needed just now BRYAN is as much loved at home as he is admired elsewhere The greatest crowd ever seen in Lincoln Neb was on hand to welcome the Commoner home POLITICAL Hon Harry V McChesney present Secretary of State has withdrawn from the race for Auditor Arkansas Democrats will have 34 out of 35 members of the next State Sen ate and 95 out of 100 members of the lower house Mayor Tom Johnson of Cleveland 0 declares Bryans advocacy of Gov ernment ownership of railroads will compel Roosevelt to run again Democratic National Chairman Tag l gart said he had concluded to accept Charles A Walshs resignation with pleasure and without comment II The charges made in a paper in r Frankfort against Warden Lillardof the State prison are to be investigat CommissionI1 for- Governor and the indorsement of Wm J for President in 1903 was the Itprincipal business transacted by the Georgia Democratic StatQ convention at Democrats in convention at Minneapolis nominated a State tick et headed by Gev John A Johnson for reelection and indorsed W J Bryan for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1908 t Instead of sending out long printed Speeches as campaign literature the democratic Congressional committee la f circulating leaflets containing vital extracts so that the issues are plainly and clearly set forth Hon W J Bryan has decided to come to Louisville at noon September 12 and remain over until the next morning During the afternoon of that date an opportunity will be given Mr Bryans friends to meet him at one of the Louisville hotels I Fletcher D Proctor Republican was elected Governor of Vermont over Percival W Clement the Fusion can didate by a majority estimated at 15 j 000 National issues did not figure t largely in the contest Two Republican Congressmen were elected Former Vice President Adlai E Stev enson is engaged in writing a book the subject matter of which will be largely composed of sketches of public men with whom he has come in contact experiencescareer as a lawyer Here and There Virgil P Smith of Somerset is holding a special term of the Whitley circuit court Fifty thousand dollars will be expended in the erection of two new bbuildings for Union College Barbour ville construction to begin at onceOne dead another fatally wounded and two others seriously injured is I result of a shooting in Pickett theI f The dead is Goore Morris t the injured John Duck wounded injuries In face l and shoulder Virgil Beatty injured in neck and face Luther Clark Roscoe and J M Gillintime are said toReagan They have- not have the shooting been arrested shooting 18 the result of a mistake that said confused wIthattacked werethe men another party MIDDLEBURG Mrs G W Drye our postmaster is able to be out again after a long con finement to her room George Sweeney Pepper who had such a severe tussle with typhoid fever was in town Saturday Rev H M Shouse is at Rocky Ford engaged in a protracted meeting He Is being assisted by Rev Betts There is a protracted meeting in progress at the Green River church conducted by the pastor Rev Allen Ballou and assisted by Rev G W Mills of Hustonville j The college kid team defeated the Turkey Knob kids in a ball game on the college campus Saturday The game furnished no little amusement to those manyoludicrous blunders on Jesse Fogle had out a force of men two days at work on the pike Our roads and especially the pikes are in a miserable plight and the little work that is being done on them will be of but little permanent value Free turnpikes may be all right in sme counties but that they are failures in Casey no fair minded lIIU will deny Squire G M Claunch one of the Diffee soap men told us a few days since that he was once elected justice of the peace in Pulaski We were some what iswliaad to dtulit his word when he told us that he was a democrat but when it occurred to us that stranger things happened in old Pulaski last No vember we accepted the squires statement as true The Silts Soap Co has been here the past throe weeks advertising the DlfTcc Liquid Soap The company seems to have the utmost confidence in its business Hundreds of gallons havo been given away and is still being fur nished totho people gratis Those who have used the liquid Speak in the high est terms of it as a dirt remover from clothing Quite a number of our people have bought receipts and will man ufacture it at their homes The firm is composed of Harvey Ellison G W Diffee Matt Ellison and Squire G M Claunch of Pulaski county and they are about the jolliest set of fellows that have struck this town for some time IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs W T Jenkins died at Lebanon Junction of typhoid fever Mrs Francis Clark aged 50 is dead in Garrard of consumption She is survived by her husband and several childrenMrs Robert McCreary of Chicago was drowned while bathing in Lake Michigan Mr McCreary is the son of Senator James B McCreary of Rich mondA New York engineer acting for Eastern capitalists has completed sur veys and plans for harnessing the Cumberland river falls with a view of the transmission of electrical power to LouisvilleThe of William Humber for the killing of Policeman George Pollard and that of Sam Jennings for the kill ing of Mason Miller were both called but were continued till the next term of the Garrard Circuit Court A patrolman shattered tho dream of bliss of W P Rivers of Corbin and a young woman with whom he left that city leaving behind him a wife and three small children to wonder at his sudden change of heart says the Louis ville Times Rivers and the young woman who steadfastly refused to give her name in which she was endorsed by the recreant spouse who says his only regret is for the disgrace that will attach to the young woman as a result of his arrest were taken in custody while breakfasting in Gentiles restau rant The arrest was caused by Finley Taylor a conductor on the Henderson Route who is a brother in law of the truant husband The mystery surrounding the will of Thomas C Bronston of Richmond brotherinlaw of United States Senator McCreary was intensified when the relatives were disappointed by the non appearance of any will Believing that the supposed document left by Bron ston would be filed for probate the rel atives and their friends were in court but no will was presented Mr Bron ston died without lawful heirs and it is claimed left most of his property ton woman formerly a servant with several children It is claimed his blood relatives were entirely ignored and talk of a contest was freely made Since the nonappearance of a will there is talk of bitter litigation in which Itis claimed sensational features may be in troduced The estate is estimated at 150000 WAS 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 bt by tho use of Cham berlains 90Hc Cholera and Dlarr hoe a Remedy we brought him out all right says Maggie Hickox of Mid land lIl hThia remedy can be depended 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 CHURCH MATTERS Rev L M Omer will preach at Row land Sunday night Rev L H Blanton will preachat the Presbyterian church next Sunday Eld Joseph Ballou at Halls Gap at 11 oclock Sunday morn ingEld J G Livingston is conducting an interesting meeting at Mt Olive There have been several additions Rev H E Cleaton will preach at the Prebyterian church Sunday night A union temperance rally will be held Hustonvilleclosedwhich resulted in 15 additions He is now conducting a at Green River church Yosemite CORNS DCornwill 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 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 Ky Sam G McElroy a wellknown citi zen of Marion found deadMuntybwasat his home his death being due to a gunshot wound In a headend collision between two L N freights near Middlesboro both engines and eight car loads of coke were demolished James Smith 1 N agent at Slaughtersvillc suici- dedCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court tN1InryMertinetiiilvftgnsnts lute 1unimnt to n Judgment of the Ilnr 4ii tled1I1IhUiUslunur of mid court will mi 11111ttWlllnllII coiirt house door In Httmfiml Ky tell nt politic outcry to the hlRlient sold IMst lilililcr Mvll tenth 7Mi mill she vriith of one truth landhcrchlnfterlltcrltavl IIIrUtdof the rude of thtlrhnre5 In tin wad real etilc to mfiirf duration etc iiiul to MitUfy certain llftiHtlunon us hervlnaftrr II1uglnsfurrelit from October ISM inhject to u iTrilll ufunthefurther lien of Kitnnle IHxiglat bolO of the undivided liittrvtt ordered sold for tum ofIxpuldJllllullrpaid Oct Illntl inlrohlCountycreek and iKmmled an follow lleglnnlng ntii climtiiul surd Uech cur CItIIICed tnIrcorner tinnew her line N fit W ntntlnludYthence M W 64 IIlrIJ T Mnrtlm ihOnteH711P1iwlvs to II litO lit J T corner tbllce lib llne thlIchlIIIttirtoppoplar and fallow oak thence N W 1Si53iwlistutwouhetnut fthtRrUnfllrmThe tale will be made on n credit of six relulndtoapproved personal teciirlty payable io tin comiiilntUiiitT bearing nlerI nt the rateorONrcent per annum from date of urctusPprlceatenGEO B SAUFLEY MI C L C C Notice of Election I Lincoln County Court At tilt regular Auguil term u1d It C YlectlOIlforLoelllllJl1l011 rtentedInopenWarren Judge of tilt Lincoln County Court oflegalLincoln county Kentucky equal to and more tliiin S5 per cent of the vote cast InMild neveml precinct nt the regular No clectlonhabur for thu purpose of Inking the kun e of the legal voter of mild county who countyoalerrs shlllltJooty asking Hint the provlnlon cif the pruhioltionbeuppllwltoliruggistand noted or record by tin order of this court muds and entered nt Its regular July term tillsdayItctlOIInod It iiliionirlnir Jo tho COUrt upon Wild petlUonnru andthatLtucolnCounty precedinggeueralelection thut there are f voting precincts In wild llttltlolInfrornlIcbto mid moro than 29 per cent of tho votes respectfully In sold precinct nt the theIIIIIdJudl1bCountyonIIlIhl10UIIIprolesMahonmalt liquors shall m hold bartered or IsfurtherUrUIghtllnH cIal reglntrn lion shill and thereby ordered to lie hid lmbOrcbllrlltlilldJII 16 for the regl nttheIttRhtrlltiollhookRherlffof Lincoln county hereby orilered UtII1Irtclnctathou in herein ordered und he directed to publish this order for said election and special registration in the Interior Journal nevmpapvr publUlifd at Htunford Ky for MoIItelllrhandMilIn each otl It precinct of ald countyfor nt leiiRt two wOcka before tho salt date A Copy Attest fl H OOOPKK Clerk Lincoln County Court obediencetolbeabove beheldBald special registration will be held by meat Uie statedTCounty L PAKRHAIR BALSAM I C1JfO nol rrtutirKi ths hula I rmnotrt ImurUbl Never Tall to not Orajl Italr to Its yourtsColo stndI01t FARM FOR SALEI 1W hens of rutelan laud lying on Hung Lincoln county U Kltnatetl X lulurout iilke Utween Danville A Htnn fend ThUltone of the lest fnrm In the county jotHl dwellliiK of olx rotmiinml all necetxiry outbulldlngii Kenclnu In good cOlIIlIUOII nlld never fill II supply of water W hiltI- I= F II NoI Ht11uforl 1 FARM FOR SALE Having inuvwl to illta rtsnvk I desire tonell my fnrm of IIcna on the Ktnnford Crab IIrcllllrd plkujinllu fruit Crab Or chard Knrm U well with cons outhousostllInalook Oyer tilt place cnn cull on Mr Ileldou who lives on the funs D JKMlTIttlllberUCrwk Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oilico offer McRobcrta Drug Store in the Owoley UuililiiiK Waynesburg Marble and Gran ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dealer In oral Mnnufnuturer GraniteMonuments Marble tnlKed Ithu tl JlultIJnlC and works WnyiiMbum Agt ToIolnccM Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during tho mouth of August fell ut a discount nil FRAMES ETC mill give the saute guarantee of suit isfnction nil before OHico over Ale Roberts Drug Store 0 to 12 A M 130 to 4 v M W N Craig Stanford tP ES TIONsl I THREE THINGSI I are a jmrt Accuracy Intelligence of every prescrip I tion wo fill tor does not writo them down with the other ingrcdienU because tacit understanding that I are to go in always und ofI knows they WILL go in you bring his order to us I Stanford a ahulasa Drug co1 Notice of Election Itiunlitr April term ltd Llnroln County KUcat Court met pununnt to our11naol this April ll 1rIII lion it I Vur ron nil tie prenldtnc with the fulluwl Ju lice or the pale II It Adntul1V- dt Duddernraiul W D Wnllln It was nloved by JiHtlco W M Dudderur Butt necoiidett by Juntlco W II Wnllln Unit the following uctlon lie taken by thU court The Brand jury of Lincoln county at the net term of the Lincoln circuit court hue lug reconiHiended n new courthouse for Lincoln county and II nppenrliiK to the lint Infliction of tills court that the court Ihuuse now In use IIl ttnuafu and Inadequate for the convenience and the preservation of the lubllorecords itt ordered and ed that the uni of I 10101 lie UKKe ted an the stun necetuiry to build a new iourthoute mid It Is further ordered that an election bo ill ojieneil at the aevernlvoting precfnetain Llnroln county on the Otli day No lHttthedny of tho next uen 1I111rOJlrlaUolI1I1K1eIIIII legal voters of op proval ectiunaberllfTilt If Lbeubrcuuutyisdinwlettto advertlte Mild election for nt least n day next iHfore the day thereof In the Intu ition IOITKXAI news lielnit tho only newiipaiter IlIIhlllln In Anrultlcoutltuud theolllcer of iiU election are directed to hold the election Utween the uiinn hour that they are required to hold election for cOllllt ottlcer which election than lie held uIIIIIUIIIII111I all renpectn a reijulnxl bv the general election In fore In this nt the tlm till name In held The clerk of tin Lincoln county court Mnill cniiM to be printed on the bnllotK to be uaed In bald election the wonl nnd arts Are you In favorof Mitiipproprlatlon of 10011 for bulldliiR n new courthoiine for Lincoln county and have two lln11 upon the right of mine ont for voter fll orl thu appropriation to Ill denlKliated by tin word Yes one for voter opHi lnK the to Is the wonl Soand Mild clerk uihnillprtqulre mild lull lot In all tin reiiilre l by Sec IIMiof the Kentucky Statutes In the event that tlm requliltu inimlxr of voters of Lincoln county vote In favor of uhlllllJlrOllrluUulI1t In ordered that thls court calico tilt bond Lincoln county to the amount ot lio ioto prepared execut ed and Untied on printed form under the wnl of thw to tilt pre Killing JudK of lbtlldnwulucounty court and txi cOIIIII tilt clerk ot mid court toliuwurer nt Lincoln County Na tional Rllk of Htniiford KyjiOyear from the dllt of with the puying kiimo In year from dole which bond shall not Bear a renter rate of interest than per cent Kcmlannually nt Lin coil County National stunk of Htniifordjind Interest shall attached to Mild LincolnpunycutlrtTIIU n ami called on Mild motion nnlthesnnlewas pntiKedunanlmoUHlynll of ate Justices vot Inir for wane nontu y D U Adnmi W M Duddernr nnd W n Wnllln being I- IquorulII of thl hOtly A Copy AUd OBOOOPKn Ierk Lincoln County Fiscal Court ily K D IennluBton DO Odds and Ends They Must Go l 1 You can use them We cant These prices surely will move themiEVERY GARMENTJtlrf in our stook of Mens Net Underwear sold all the season for 50c 75c and 100e are in this sale at 00p Thar Five Cents fi f All the 25 and 35 cent garments tJ in this sale at tc Fifteen Cents r 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 f 25 cents What better investment on your money do you want than this for next sea r sons use H J McROBRTS W w STANFORD KENTUCKY PONPE1AN MASSAGE CREAM Summer Comfort and Cleanliness complexiontroubleswith the grease of perspiration clog and stifle the pores Keep them clear and so that the natural oils may do their work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM waythroJihmd t j them out to perfect development blackheads and wrinkles l immediately disappear but the natural ol healthrFREE 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 Tnatitt ia FttUl Mtiuff PENNYS DRUG STOREHTANFORD KENTUCKY Cbe Lincoln gotiniy national BatikM Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 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 y DIREOTORSwJ II OWULEV Stanford U PIUNKC Stanford O W UAIITIH Turncnvllle W II CiMMiNM rreaclierirllle L O Concur Waynetbarg W U TIUTIXIH OHoert Creek U L Htiintt Lancaster W O WALKEII Stanford L D IOBTEit Btanford Y U BIUNKH Stanford J II PAXTUN Stanford Wu r and1InIl1lcullllllllrconsUUiit with wife bunking Mohan Safety Dujxolt lluxvi In our vault for uio of our VUllollleU 4 First National BankStanford Kr Capital Stock 50000t This loatltuUon Wat eitbllibed a s the Deposit Rak of Stanford In 1191 then reorganized as the National hank of Stanford 10 UBS and again reorganlied at the Flrt National Daik of Stanford la lilt having had practically an uninter rupted existence for II years It is better supplied now with facllitlei for transact foil bUllne promptly sad well than ever before In its long and honorable career Accounts of lodlylduals Fiduciaries and Cer poratloB Solicited n Nl Officers J I HOCICEtt Prlt- t T IIA1l1t18 V Pre J J McRODERTB Ohv W U WEARENAt Ohr DJr8otor3i r Reid DAalJlJe- T Harris Stanford J S Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnneyeM D Elmore 8 n Raugbman Stanford T P Dill Stanford Ja Robinson Hubble J U Raughmsn Stanford J M PeUD Stanford C E TIC Stanford r Ko- f NEW DARK GINGHAMS t for yell ol DrOMCH Just in nt 10 null 124c NEW AUTO VEILS jrjir0 Ire ngaiit tho rage They nro tolling like hot cakes in New York c WSJiuve them In nil color nt Lfic to 8250 NEW BELTS Wo nro showing tome advance styles in Belts at ROo to 8200 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY ISTANFORD KY Snr 7 1901 DELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda nt Penny s Drug Store PERSONALS FtS MCCIARYpent sbvorftl flays In Clnalntlatl Mjtfit ERNHBT WARKBN returned yog unlay to Mkidkttboro- llftvt W S GHisrrKAO ofVonmlllee is wl hta daughter huro NIP MINNIB Woot to vMUng Mrs P pt SaraiMon nt Barbourvillo- HBfj GHOHHB GOWRN to spending Il tvtt jaj at the St Ataph Hotel MJ R H MAIIONY will go to Cincln nail today to stand several days MjBfl ETTA BELLI ROOT has rotunux teMolIn III whore she to touching Milt SARA DUNN has returned from rntyjths vfeit to Abingdon Vn friends MR GBOKOH G SPHKU of Lawrence Burg was horn yesterday on huslnoM MR 1 M ANOURBON nnd wire at tended the Camp Meeting nt Aliceton- MR EMU B DUNAWAY of Rom Gad was the guest ef Miss Sara Baugh mm MIL AND MRS W WOIWIIAM of Gorbtn wore gutnta nt Mr J T G- ojer0 i r f T SAMPSON of Columbus 0 ia oa MayveerII16 HATTIE FARURR of Rowland will leave Saturday to visit friends in Loretto Till Mines Van Devcor are in Louis fllle and Nashville buying their Fall mlneryIMita J W BRYANT of Somers arrived Wednesday to visit her staler Mrs Kathleen Roazley MR ROIIBRT 0 Iocue of Ashland will arrive tomorrow to IKJ the guest o Mtes Sallie Taylor Woods MIBB LUCILLE HOURIOAN of Marion county is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs U C Rupley MR J A LEWIS who has been visit ttnJ relatives here left yesterday for- htf home at Humarwvillc Mo MIM LEONORA HOWLBY of Coving ton who has been with Miss Mary Mobloy returned homo Friday MR JUNE II HocKUR wife and handsome ion of Hustonvillc were here with relatives Wednesday G W FALLIS of Pleaatirovillo are irived Wednesday to attend school at the Stanford Male Fcmalo Seminary DR L II COOK joined his wife nt Somerset yesterday where the former Is visiting her sister Mrs J M j Owens + MRS IDA MUNUY of Louisville who tins been visiting her sister Mrs G A Hurst of Rowland has returned to Louisville MISSES MARY McRoimtTS nnd Ma Hlggips nnd John Owsley Reid nnd Welch Rochester are attending a house party given by Miss Josephine hay den at Paris MRS B S ALEXANDER of Owenton orders her 1 J sent to West linden where she has gone for her health Mm Alexander was Miss Stuart oft Crab Orchard MKYNt MRS THOMAS B GALLIC of Tampa Fla who are visiting her father Mr John Steele Carpenter in tho West End spent Wednesday atI Col T P Hills MR AND MRS J S RICE loft Wed nesday for Milwaukee and other points of interest Mr Ivan Fish agent atI Crab Orchard is holding down the agen cy hero in Mr Ricos absenceI Tile following Lincoln county gentle men are attending the Somerset laIrI this IJM Huey B D r J R Benz Icy S Jim BobNowln JrItT UruceI WALTEII MILIIURN who has spent hb in this office left us- a enterfnKand promlsco setter MISs SAIoIIE TAYLOR WOODS entert tsined n number or her friends at pro relisivo euchre last night In honor Allcn and Preston her A most enjoyable evenIng was spent In the pleasant LOCALS 14 ROCK salt at Tn Haughmnn Co DAMSON plums for sale at 20c a galc lon Mrs J B Paxton u A LARGE stock of solid sliver and sit Tor plated Hat waro at Mueller good hand to work on rAfaie Come recommended Dr HughI Riden IK in nero of a good sowing machini see W II Mueller GItAltlR In abundance for sale Ed Hubbnrd Stanford TrnylorFoil HUNT Three nice rooms Ap Ily to Mrs Luslie Carter 2t r JUrr roealved a nice line of buggy and wagon tame J C McClarj You SiHMy housuhotd and kitch on furnituro Apjily to Mrs W H Shanks 2t KLD Joium HAIIOU will speak a t Rowland Saturday night You are in riled to hoar him W MASON MoituiB sold to several- a imrtltM x2 shares of stock in the Cra Orchard Hanking Cont 11G Tills ofReo ta golfing out n pretty folder fur the Crab Orchard Graded and High School which begins Monday noxt Lots black pocket book Contained pair gloves small amount of money and two llttlo pocket books Reward Mrs J B Uuck NOTion Pay yeu school to W H YVoaron at tho First National Hank The b par cent penalty will be added Sept 10 1000 L R Hughes Tress urer 2t ON AryanReception nt Louisville Sept 12 the L N will sell round trip tickets from Stan onLTUB U N will run a flCO round trip excursion to Cincinnati Sunday rand n 176 roundtrip train to Louis ville The former leaves Stanford depot at S A M and the latter at 6 MR CLAIUINCE E rrhascontract ed with Mr John E Wright of Danville for a hajjdsome monument to be erected over the grave of his father Mr W P Tate It will be of the sarcophagus order and very hand some nnd large reprc8entinJrjtho worth of goods at Stanford in five days last week Danville Herald Our merchants should look into this nnd find out why they cannot supply the wants of tho people here DANK STACKI will sell at public auction on Monday Sept 10thcounty court day five shares of stock in the National Bank of Hustonvillc Sale will take place In front of the court HarrisryBIG preparations are being made for tho G A R reunion at the campgrounds near Klnguvillo Thursday Friday and Saturday of next week Tho boys in blue will havo a great time as will many of the boys who were born long after hostilities ceased You bad better go WK were in error when we stated that Mr Reuben Williams was tho only survivor of the Mexican war in Lincoln county Mr John G Lynn tells us that Mr Skelton Coleman of his sec tion was a gallant soldier of that war nnd wo are further told that Mr Wil liam McCormack of the McCormacks church section was also a participant TUB Republican Eighth District Congressional Committee met in Lawrence burg Tuesday and decided to hold a convention in that city on the 4th of October for tho purpose of nominating n candidate for Congress to oppose lion Harvey Helm of this place Let cm trot out their lamb for slaughter and may it be the fattest and best theyve got Mr Helm can beat the whole push IIIBAILEY CHOSEN Mr J Carroll Bailey was chosen cashier of the Crab Orchard Banking Co at a meeting of the directors Wednesday afternoon There were eight applicants and the vote was unanimous in Mr Baileys favor Mr Mason Morris who has been cashier of tho institution since its organization resigned to go in business- at Muscogee I T Mr Bailey hnsI had considerable experience in banking having been with the Lincoln County National Bank a number of years Wo predict he will fill the responsible position of cashier with credit and satisfaction NEW GOODS sltats Coming in every tiny Como to us for the newest and best Wo havo made and arofctill mnking great preparations for the Doming Fall nitil Winter t Good merchandise Is scarcer than in years but we tiara ours bought anti cnn apply you Mil L R HUOIIBS has sold a hat interest in his grocery store to Supt Garland Singleton Tin light running Domestic Chain nnd Lock stieh on one machine For sale by W lt Mueller TUB attention of the people of Casey is called to my splendid stock of gen eral merchandise Brand new line of dry goods just in Call and sec Mrs Belle Lawhorn Yosemite WANTED =Position by young lady as compositor on weekly newspaper JlasI had three years experience and can give best references Address INTER tort JOURNAL Stanford Ky ALL persons saving claims against Lincoln countymust fIle same with county court clerk properly verified at a date not later than Sept 21 1900 G B Cooper clerk by E D Pennington D C Tim L N oilers B rate of 936 to Mammoth cave Oct C tickets good returning in eight days Tho hotel win give reduced rates and only jialf fare will be charged to go through the cavi This is known as the Lincoln Boyle and Rockcastlo excursion Mils FKANCHS It BEAUCHAMI will deliver temperance lectures at the fol lowing points IIustonville Friday night Moreland Saturday night Crab Orch ard Sunday morning Preachcraville Sunday night at court house here Mon tiny Wayneaburg Monday night Kings ville Tuesday night FRBB Tnii1 TO LOUISVILLE The Retail Merchants Association of Louis will refund in cash your roundtrip fare based on excursion rates on the follow ing dates Sept 17th to Oct 13th Nov 6th to Nov 17thDec 3rd to Dec 15th For full particulars apply to J V Bcckmam Manager Retail Mer chants Association 307 Urban Hide Louisville Ky- TiiEregistrationof J Wednesday was a tame affair in the precincts in Stan ford but Rowland which is Stanford No4 made up for tho others The registration is as follows Stanford No1 3 No2 No3 6 No4 50 It Will only necessary for those who didnot register in October last and those who have recently became 21 to register but our Rowland friends didnt seem to understand and a fourth of the vote of that precinct registered GRADUATES OF Tins COLLEGE SUC CESSFUL Young men and women who lire 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 G5 for a business education at this college for 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 now to Prof Smith for illustrated catalogue free ENTERTAINED Wednesday evening at her pretty country home Miss Sallie Taylor Woods charmingly entertained in honor of her attractive guests Misses Elizabeth Allen of Mlllersburg and Frances Miller Preston of Ash land The house was brilliantly illumi nated and the lawn was tilled with tete atete seats and swings artistically Ill ranged for the lovers convenience Tho popular hostess was assisted in receiving by MIsses Woods Allen and Preston and Misses Levlsa Harris and Eliso Engleman presided with much grace at the frappe bowl At an appropriate hour several dainty courses were served in an elegant manner Mesdames Jas Woods and Susan Yeager assisted in entertaining Tho following guests were present Misses EJiznjbeth Allen Frances Miller Preston Ethel Batcman Le visa Harris Marie Mahony Eliso En gleman Sallto Taylor Woods Sara Baughman Susan Fisher Woods and HnrryFrohenryBaughmanD J M Alvorson and- Allred Pence When the hour for departure arrived hearty congratulations were on Miss Woods for the delightful evening she had given her friends f 1Fon RENT Five room cottage on Mill Street J IL Baughman Co- TUB children will have n rally at the Christian church this Friday at 730 oclock r M HEMP Machine InNo running order and good wheat drill for sale Burdett Powell lUstonvillc I AM prepared to fill orders for pop tar and oak shingles Write for prices E W Croighton Klngsvilic Ky RBV P J toss wilt address a tcnq penance mass meeting at tho Christian church at Hubble at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon TUB Danville Advocate goes after the Q C for its essences handling of the mails We desire to join that pa per in its good fight THE city council Danville has pass ed an ordinance allowing bowling alleys to run and lovers of tho sport at that place are in high glee- A LITTLE son of John Smith of the Walnut Flat vicinity was kicked by a agoIThehead cutting an ugly gash Dr OBan non was called and had to take several stitches in tho youngsters scalp Mifc FRANCES R BEAUCHAMP prcsi deut of the W C T U of Kentucky dclevered a splendid temperance lecture to a good crowd at the Christian church Tuesday night She spoke at Turners ville Wedcnsday night and at McKinney last night She will speak at Huston villo tonight and at Moreland tomor row Saturday night Dont fail to hear h- erHorses Handled I nit pripantl lo luvnk and dandle horns liy tin month 1erfect tntUfiictlon guar nnti lvethentrial Itefemir irlven Kd M Mrtnrty 11 Ilk Ooltlli mock Fan mimfiml Ky Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Hnvlni determined to quit funning will sell prlviitely my furtii of Sli acres ncnr Mortiliuulon the O llnllrotul v lIIl1u from udles sane lluetonr111e wee ittuiitril on pike JropcomUls of corn hAY ulld Ollb stock JennvtH Jacks hones nml broad innren Will Fell nt n ImrKnln If I II lid n buyer In tho next or 40 days II n KINO Morcluml Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Murphy IHiiwIclUU ft a IMnlntinii vi 1loln Martoo4 III Nonce of 8uhIII Two Oases JlllcoillIlrcultthervln vuuli of which U styled im nliove the iiiulcrnlKiKxl IoIhr Coiiiinlisfloncr of said court will on ION DAy HaT 1W0 iHtwicii awl IKMr H In Iron tot t lie court hou dour III Hlllllrunl Ky ll nt public outcry to the Idghest and est the two tenets of Inntl which lire hlrlImlter do BcrlUd Till InlntlnsMurphy Llnwliltllt Dlllo tad theIIWlddleiMlllllh derlvel title tel lioth the mild tracts liy descent from John O lilnwIildU Kiieh tnict will Iw sold ttipnrnltly this sale iHIng made for the lurpo uf dlvlilon nosh said trnctM Ire In Lincoln county Ky and the lint tract which In on the witters of IIan lng Fork It iHiunditl in follow IkKlnnliiK nt U M Jlvpiis corner In center of pike stone IIvensIlntcNthence H U x 111alalesY lliikKlon tune4 thenc iJ 1112Iatcsa link to n Mont In the center orthe thence N S3 34 K a wlesallnks to the contulning yt of an ncru The second tract U near TurnernvllfT1 Lincoln county Ky and Is bounded us follows llvRlnnlnK lit a stone corner to lot John O lilnwlddle of Ixinlfii NIcKvnney running 43H W poles links ton HtiikuonOencnil Jnrmun8 line theneeN K with his lino ty imles to Jill mnirs corner on Howe Ijnv thence with his lino W K IS pole t link Fount Ows leys corner thence H KJj with his tack lino poles Fount Owsleys thence 4Ui KAI to n Hon corniT toll M Olvens lot thenco flt4 W with said Glvens and Ulnwlddlu lots to the iMKlnnliiK contnlHlng 111 ncrvs morn or less The Murphy Dlnwlddle Minnie 1JI1IllhlhlIlIll Oil lu Dlnwlddle nod the du ftniiaiit Viola Morton each own nil un of eh of thenforesnldtracts and- the lands for the prlco of men of the nfnrtMild tracts will Im iiinde payable to Mild owners The bonds will lx duo and pnvnbleuscnchof nforcMild plnlnMITs and IIIIlIll1t nrrlve nt the age of SI years However should ItoWrt Diirluim the RUiinllntiof plnlntlfTsoxocnta tho reiiulred KUiirdlnn Ixind thI1 In that wont the amount of the purohnKO prlcx duo his wards mny paid to him nt any flue utter the mouths from the dada of snYnudshauld Iftlin Morton trinirdliiii of dcfxndiint Viola Morton execute tho re iiulrwd Kimrdlnns laud thIIln that event the itmount due Mild defendant mny Iw pall to him at any tliuo otter the uxplnitlon of six moivths from date of solo should these said uimrdluns cxvcuto the Umds 11111110111 tholl till purehnse rlee will Is due six mmiitp from data of or should only ono oithem execute the bond mention tHltlifli tliHNumilMDhU wimlor walls its- thurnseutnylswill Ill six malts nt tor Into or milt However niter conllnnntlan of the ode dltlilurchllflr may PRY n tulllclint amount of the prier to Minify the costs of the two iiforo sold notion Including nil attorney feoH whit purchnser will Iw required to nmvlilo urul on hu liomli will lx nr Filtered lit Ito rllto of per rent per niinum fromiliittof tale horn the force anti nITect of n JII huuent To further secure tho seine n Urn will to lied on the land sold GEO B BAUFLEY M C L C C T NEW FALL SHOES I Let im show you the new Fall styles in Ladies Footwear Variety o styles and prices to suit nil 8160 to 84 Special values at 2 equal to ninny 82fiO shoos Kemenihar ZefglorH have store good itinlitios than anf other shoo nmdo for tho price i HIfamous Shoe for iThe Womeni Fall Styles Just Received New is Leathers New Lasts See ii the New College S Boot S CUMMINSMCLARY i STANFORD KY r t s-NtiNV KWNN N i1 i NA67M Nd + 4vM i I i f i ifH + H + + I + IIIIIIIIIr BELTS BAGS BUCK= LES BARRETES AND COflBS 2INew lino of Headed Silk and Elastic Belts Prices 25c to large assortment ot Purees each each and Hand Bags at 25oA to S 5 I A New Lot of Belt Buckles at 25c and50c each Barrettes at 25c 35c and 50c nil styles Fancy Side and Back Combs and Comb Sets at 25c to 2 You are cordially invited to inspect the above and all of our Fall line o- fDry Goods Notions Shoes 5c and lOc Ware HJoI 111 n L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY t ttIIIII4tIItII 7L The Interior Journal Mtlmd in the FoilOJJictcil Stanford at SsaMld claM matter ytTBUNHBD TOBBUAYH AND FIUUVYH At 5100 PER YEAR CASH When not so paid SSOO will be charged Jesse W Sweeney raorRinou Livery Foal and Sale Stables Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigant reasonable tate- eNEW LIVERY STABLE lUlU k CLABESON Prep JUNCTION CITY KY 71nBelalAtteetlontoTrarolinglMeotee Grain and nay For INSURANCElure COIIIPRlllosltepreEnled 1oellloBEHT lulnlwcble Ilntci OURmll arty Unequalled Talk with r MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Hetldence Phone No 82IWhen In Danville stop withI B G FOX liver Feed and Hnlo Htnble Mules fancy caddie and ImriiM horses on hand for sale st nil times Will tie in the market this onion for yenrlliiB mules mule cults sad horse colt B G FoxDanvilleKyI BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Darter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Sf dsl attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale 1 wish to wit my fnrm of 170 of Limcniteron and LeuingtoapikeThalia well Improved hn Ien of timber fenced aDd buildings in good repair an unimproved arm of 100 acres 55Alesmidway between Lancaster und IAIX M ton Ooo l outlet TIJIEItItiNOb- erkebury toD rernlsnIUOI1l1bll Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please Youf Why buy readymade clothing when there Is so little dlffemneo In the price of high xrsde rendymade suits nnd n suit made to Jour mensurement taken by nn experienced lionT I have n hnndsome line Hprlng and Sdivmer goods I cnn make from n low price tllineu ault to the finest dress suit Alsor nnd vests The i oompanyfrepnsontIsoneofthebest U C RUPLEY the Tailor tiTraijlorDSAbtB lit y WHISK Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Osrpsnter Houi Dios to STANFORD KYI Prompt polite all nil on Nothing Llb bel- tlllIrIDk Msll pboo cr tlrrp orders ncly- a roatpUltotloo e eeaT t Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaBaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY r Office Phone 187 nome Phone U 1J L Beazley Cot UadertakerB and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur aiture Mattin Rugs They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right 4tVv a STANFORD KENTUCKY t FARMERS DEPARTMENT Good milk cow for sale Mrs Dan Cooley Denny tiros1 Laceno won agoodrac at Louisville Tuesday J L Sheron sold to Sam Simons aI mare and colt for 110 Col Underwood bought of Len Lucas two mule colts for 133 Miss Annie Ashlock sold to James 68IHubble a two yearold maro mule for 150 FOR SALE40 yearling cattle L P Nunnelley It R No2 Lancaster Ky It Is rumored that Dilly Lakeland ha sold Electioneer Winner of Futurity for 75000 I will have in town Monday about a dozen young western horses for sale J Nevin Carter A sister to Hammeraway brought 10000 in the sale Kentuckybred year Zings at Sheepshead Bay During the 82 days racing at Laton ia the total distributions among tho horse owners was 270490- I will be in Stanford next Monday county court day to buy 100 muje colts and some horse colts B G Fox Dan vile Dan Patch in his attempt against time at the Minnesota State Falrpaced a mile in 156 This breaks the track and State record FOR SALE20 Qne and twoyearold steers and heifers Also a few good stock hogs J M Johnson Co Waynesburg Ky SHEEP FOR SALE Will be in Stan ford about Sept 10th with 160 young mountain ewes for sale Address R E Henry Somerset Ky I have 20 acres of land I wish to rent for wheat or rye tho latter preferred Land adjoins Dr Fowlers farm Mrs Clifton Fowler Stanford I havo about 100 acres of grass land to rent or will graze cattle on it Also 25 or acres of corn to feed down Good water Taylor House Walnut Flat FOR SALEI0 1300pound steers one twoyearold mule well broken one twoyearold GolddustSilver King horse All first class Joseph Ballou Stanford r MATRIMONIAL M B Carson aged 20 and Miss Edna Gertrude Bell 13 both of Hustonville were joined heart and hand Thegroom is a clever and industrious young man The bride is the pretty daughter of Mr T J Bell W B Land the liveryman nnd Mrs Allie Sutherland were made one a few days ago Mr Land is an industrious energetic man and a hustler from away back His bride who is a handsome young woman is a daughter of Mr B P Martin of Rowland In the parlors of the St Asaph Hotel Wednesday morning Mr H H Logan a prominent business man of Crab Orchard and Mrs Allie Kennedy a handsome widow of that place were made one Rev R B Mahony performing the ceremony which was a very pretty one Only a few friends witnessed the marriage We havent the pleasure of the brides acquaintance but know the groom well and believe him to be a fine gentleman and worthy of tho high esteem in which he is held by his home peop- leStarvIg to Death Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could not out Mrs Mary II Walters of St Clair St Columbus O was literally starving to death She writes My atomaoh was so weak from use less drugs that I could not oat and my nerves so wrecked that 1 could not sleep and not before 1 was given up to die was induced to try Electric Bitters with the wonderful result that improvement began at once and a otnplcto cure followed Best health Tunic oil earth iWc Gauranteod by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard ia1D B Roberts a planter at Rapidos Parish La has discovered that whisky will kill cottonboll weevils which have cost the South millions of dollars Ho placed a number of the weevils in a large glass jar and poured whisky into the vessel to barely cover the bottom Instantly the weevils began fighting each other and withi jy few minutes the last one was dead Koberts then sprayed with whisky cotton infested by weevils The bugs were killed and the Held cleared of the pests Large sums have been offered for a practical boll weevil exterminator the State of Texas alone having offered 50000 rWell Worth Trying- W H Brown the popular pension attorney of Iittsfiold Vt says Next to pension tho best tiling to get in Dr Kings Now Life PillsOfle writes they keep my family in splen lid health Quick euro tar Head Ieqe Constlpatiop and Hllliousnees Inc Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Stanford J yno Bros Crab Drchard Lying in a clump of weeds near her uined home in CoVington Mrs John Grant was found in an unconscious con- dItion She had been gagged bound ndtiedrbyvrobber3whbT tiro to her house pw11 I PREACHERSVILLE Rev Baird preached at thb Baptist church Sunday Messrs W IL Cummins J K Sut ton and Levi Sowder are attending tho association near Level Green Misses Katie Phillips and Bculah Jordan of Stanford and Burnside respectively visited Mrs N J Horton Miss Jordan is now the guest of her brother Walter Jordan Joe Lunsford and family and J R Rigsby and family were visiting at John Naylors B T Lunsford of Garrard is with his father B T Luns ford Sr Mesdames Cress and Blank cnship visited Brodhead Mr J T White a promising young machinist of this section is perfecting a patent attachment to a thresher separator which by tho means of one lever can be leveled on afly kind of ground without any digging or jacking up of wheels Every one familiar with the science of machinery seems to think it will be n grand patent far surpassing anything of this kind ever devised Wo hope Mr White will succeed in this un dertaking as there is not a cleverer or better hearted gentleman in this coun try than ho is and it is safe to say that ere long he will have made his mark Pain from a Brun Promptly Re lieved by Chamberlains Pain Balm- A little child of Michael Strauss of Vernon Conn was recently In groat pain from a burn on the hand and as cold applications only increased tho Inllammatjon Mr Strauss came to Mr James N Nichols a local merchant for something to stop the pain Mr Nichols says advised him to use Chamberlains Pain Balm and tho first application drew out tho Inflam mation and gave Immediate relief I 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 solo by Stanford Drug Co Kentucky Fair Dates The following are tho dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 1906 as fill as reportedSomerset Sept 44 days Elizabcthtown Sept 4a days Paris Sept 4b days Monticello Sept lli days To Cure a Felon says Sam Kendall of Phillips burg Kan just cover It over with Buck lens Arnica Salve and tho Sale will do the rest Quickest cure for Burns Bolls Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet nnd Sore Eyes Only 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Guaratnced Senator James B McCreary deliver ed an address at the Labor day j cele bration in Lexington LAND FORSALE orlvntelyNluersotthtrfnnnlnxiaudei1notedoar luxin1tuup1kealaitHamahthowl llm Its out liKnens In iiiltlvntlon nst In gnus All under feue and link plenty of never Ltlling wetter IwoHiny house la outlnnldingeIuraelontdlluiKldwIIInu Ilrst ofr The 6ar- uslaouhllwseentoIwnppnrlntt Hlnce the IIItI1tMossrrnl M S H LAND FOR SALE I dean to soil rhRtll lIG acres olhlllli In tlui Knitt had of Lincoln county INlrt of tliu K rcnnliiKton pines It trout cln the It Nrnllrumt and l Dal on Mr Mnlllopeunltiglaloatheploca PUBLIC SALE llnvliiaiUtttrmliiwI to break np housp k1111I1I the preeentt wilt lit lttim yii storehuuu at Omit Orolinrtl Jc wi MTIIIcOlIIlHenclll1t oak eel till lollowliiK ilt Oat llrtlr ton lox iimUrvt oaturiiioor mntlrem on auk tsd ruolII set Ttlrlgtlrlllor t Mltlk cases i dlulag mules two conk states I wiilmit tlrKXMr wnnlrolio I rockers liinip 1III0WII not gear wl amen Idol it tubs ami otwr kltohoi nrtlcliv Oil net of dining room olmlr nuil II lot IffnrnhUtremot monlloiiiMl In this lilll Ijulloiiiri oxwelnlly Invltiil TCMIH tsuli MIWAMPK NKVIANI Ooh J I Ohattdlrrt- uctPUBLIC SALE I will sell nt public HUctlou nt my plncu nt Mllltilguvllleon = TIf UitMn1Y MRIT 31VOd t My Muck of general inVrcliitmlUe loKttlmr with till etore rom Also my house wed two ncrtm of mutt ndltlnlug hoe raiitnln InK llvu litirn evurln tllIJ well of tine WIlIeriIlOIlIl wed lot III Moreland uMo ncivt of liiiul ou IrnbOrchiml Swlles Mouth of Crab orchard This laud has on It n comfortaliltt dWflllnK nntl liens of tile Inml Is under fence will nlwi soil twuveurnhd cattle jnlc Jersey milk gooddelversspring YMtsol buggy hntauveUo1lu- holdanti kitchen urnllurv vonnlntliiK of nice organ parlor null toldliiK lnsl8 lull room culls catch I wnnlrolin wlim umclilnr I evntrt table I XhIIlol1 tiililit iticUof clmlri 7 rockers carpets i heat nit stoves ninuH mul other thing too nu meroiuto meat lon Term inndu known on day of vale J W 1UM1ION MlllnlKWlttH lolT IMlllillclUr Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE Itavlnlgdecidedto tult house krrplnn will mi e HATUIIOAYHKITUTH sell nil 11 wronnl proiwrty connlUIng of goal buggy noire ciiu w tmniluxl by wunmn or cnllil with jHTfttst wifely row which ghee I HnlloiH of lar tiny I livlforvnHa month old buggy phaeton tsets of buggy harness new limn a Rood ruling brltllox A lot or goal Knnleii tools n 151 hull digger spate mud cnimmtr A lot of riirpoiiivra telUlIIItW wmthlng innthliu nntl wrlnuer w tutu loath tuli A of house hold ClIne piano atPtitli mtatlreMsaouiU h ktiiiuln want rtleC hook eHltI chairs llInllll table other good niitl useful tlilnet for horse Krvplnu two numerous to iiniitlon I calk utitvi mm utuncols At tin same hues I will offiT IIIIhouse lot lot rontnlns about S Re with dwlllllg or droomii several out Inillil big n No well tlm nulfiidld water rlKtit nt th door Itsoneof the l mt locution In the county torn nwnthat cnillI CIIKIKX In the feral unit coal Imilneiu rum n long this lint of the Qt P Ibillnmd n wltcli now Oil tilt lot tOM it mull wnrv house that Lolls about vat uf tmleil hsynow uett by tho Coliinilitii HlniiletnH Io Peter handler auctioneer Hnli Iw gilt promptly nt oVIock Term wide known on uiiy or wilo- HKUIIKX WILLIAUM McKlnney Ky Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court II J MolUilvrtu Ilnlntltr v John Wen Jnvkmnn etc Hefundnnti Notice of stile rur uatit to Judgment of the Lincoln circuit vourt In the nhove styled action the umlenlKnnl MnJttvr iininlnliinpr will on MONDAY HKITUUI about the hour of front of the teem honer dour lu Mtati7nl Ky ell It public outcry to the hlKheit and liest lildiUr the read estate which Is h in lnnfter de nrlln l Odd rail mitnte Is ultnutnl In IOIRlltuwnIII1ollloIlIlIYIJHII h tlir mine to UefondHiit John Hnin Jnokmnn nudU Imndsln North unit Kllot 11 klllil of It U Porter Ulllh Mouth br tlm muds of linn ViiuArwInU lit on thin test liy tlw other iHiuli of CrnlK The ntuount to IM JocklllilnI ftomllithr1 orelltsIUAWdd 11tIII fUI Julylll mil lhJsl old Hpt 91 IWI 111 add lu 1078 imld Nov llft rgra iniiil May H last together with the Costa of tlll tidbit The sale will In nItill n iTnll of tin iiidiitln Hilt tin purchiixr will nxjulml In give lipnil for the iurrbn e prlw with iivurlty imviiblr to the raiu inlinloiKT anil ImrliiB mttrvit lit tin nit of ilx citit Hr nniiuni from she dntr of wile tine lioml to have lh fur and llcrl jUlKiiiint CEO B SAlFLBY M C L C C u Nrj ii MONEY MAKERS I Oliver Plows Osborne Disc Harrows Armour Fertilizers Superior Grain- otDrills Etc atrarAa W H HIGG1NS KentuckyL II ALDRIDGE 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 Stanford Kentucky firmer anti Plumber OWING TO TIE IN Etlit our Business nni the Doiimujl fort IlighGrndo Good we hnvo jiiiught the Fantods Griffon Brand Clothes for the Fall and Winter 1906and J907 i Tho Model of which are rcmly for f r your Inspection nt Sam RobinsonsI Noxt Door to the Lincoln County Nntiotml Hank Stanford Kentucky THE VEIL It not always to protect tho face from the elements and keep tho hair in position but by manyimany women and girls to hide the unsightly pimples blackhead and other eruptions of tho akin There J germ lira In Iho Ikln and ZEMOH a nice clcanllquid for external use lOOn kills out this germ and leaves the face as smooth and soft as that of a child ZEMO will jxwltlvcly euro all akin and scalp diseases such as Eczema in its many forms ringworm teller pimples dandruff or any Itching akin disease Get a bottle lo lay at your druggists Prep rJ only E W ROSE MEDICINE CO sr LOUIS MO I GUARANTIED AND SOLD BY e tJPENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD I have just rcceivcdn RIG LOT olthe move stoves and nowcnily to furnish you one nt it rcamiimlilv figure o4 GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky h nu i Try One of Our New Perfection Oil t Stoves LOWEST PRICES George D Hopper Stanford Ky YOUR WANTSSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces byrW B McRoberts DRUGGISTI PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded