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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l l a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1906 NO 51 r f f ARE YOU A CHRISTIAN 7 t I Are you in favor of Law and Order Are you unwilling for your boy or any one elses boy to becomery a curse to his family his community and his family Are you in favor of ridding this county of a business which produces only wrecked lives unhappy destitute homes brokenhearted wives and orphan children Are you in favor of ridding this county of its vagabond and criminal class If you are then stand with the best citizens and all of the noble Christian women of this county and voteyGG E S 9 ON WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1 2TH1 J I Educational 1101101E5i Are you opposed to the Sale Barter or Lan of Spirituous Vinui or Milt Liquors in Lincoln county the provisions of the law and prohibition to bs applied to Druggists J YES Iw NO LIII FARMERS DEPARTMENT E I King sold a mule hero ester day for 130 Dan Patch lowered his record to 15 nt SU Ioul last week L A Fnn fl Bold to E H Powell a pair of inules fur f130 B B Powell sold to B U Fox four yearling mules for 800 A thoroughbred shorthorn bull tor ends It C Mocker StantoN II G Fox Co bought 80 mulo colts In Mercer county at M to 80 FOR SAIBJO yearling cattle L P Nunnolley K It No2 Lancaster KyC C Carpenter bought of E B Powil a two yoarold mart mulo fur 155 J M Koynolds of Waynosburg raised a watermelon that weighed 62J poundsJ Vaughan Bro bought 2300 biithefe of wheat in Lincoln county at 76cU Liberty News Sheriff C A Arnold of Garrard has bought the Orand farm of 286 acres noar Mark bury nt 70 P McGarvey sold to John Hagnn n hunch of lambs nt 5 nnd some stock hogs at 7c Hnrrodsburg Democrat- E B Powell bought of John Carpenter eight thoroughbred DirkI shire sows and 10 pigs and 14 stockers for J300 FOR SAtB20ono nod twoyearold steers and heifers Also a tow good stock hogs J M Johnson Co Waynosburg Ky I have 20 acres of land I wish to rent for wheat or rye the latter preferred Land adjoins Dr Fowlers farm Mrs Clifton Fowler Stanford The Kentucky Supply Company has purchased 1600 tons of baled hay in Boyle Gnrrard and Lincoln counties at prices ranging from 9 to 12 per ton Danville Herald W M Dodd of Hustonvillo had phenomenal luck nt the Columbia and liurkavillo fairs Ho made 14 shows and won 14 blue tics He sold a Gal ton gelding to W I Grady of Adair for roo- COUItT DAyThere were about 250 cattle on the market yesterday some 150 of them changing hands at 2 to 335 Mulo colts wore in great demand at 50 to 10750 D W Gaines selling Sidney Dunbar one at that price f Horses were ulso high Tim September crop report of the State Agricultural Department issued by Commissioner Hubert Vreeland says that upon the whole tho outlook for a good crop of tobacco is not flat damage has beendone on lowlands by too much wet weather which has caused tho leaves to rot eff in the field IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Thomas J Candler n wellknown hotel man of Somerset is dead Ceorgo W Jell aged 70 and an ex Confederate soldier is dead In Jos Bamino A iiixycarold child of Joseph Coffey of Wildie fell Into a tub of boiling water and was tearfully scalded Mrs G GtFair formerly of Lincoln county Is dead nt Hartford She suffered fall some 18 months ago and never got over tt Thirtythree sturdy young men mostly from tho mountain districts of Ken tucky were in Danville Wednesday to take tho civil service examination for tho revenue service in Kentucky Lewis Oatts a Wayne county horseman who came up last week to attend the Pair died in Dr Scotts office Sun day afternoon of heart trouble Ills remains were taken to Monticcllo Somerset Mountaineer Tho second story of tho Garrard Bank Trust Companya building will be built especially for the Bastin Tele phone Co and will consist of several offices operating room work shop waiting room in fact every modern convcninco for tho comfort of the public and the giving of first class service Lancaster Record At a meeting of tfro Lancaster coun cil Mr Burton Vance of Louisville mado application for a franchise to con struct an electric railway through the streets of Lancaster for the purpose of making a line from Hubble to Hickman at the mouth of Sugar Creek Mr Vance is interested with others in de veloping the ore called barytes which has been discovered in inexhaustible quantities near Hubble How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup euro chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores tho natural action of tho bowels Orino Luxatlyo Fruit Syrup does not nau seate or gripe and Is mild and pleas Lint to take Refuse substitutes Ton nya Drugstore Dr Jacob F Force former president of the Northwestern National Life surance Company will havo to servo three and years in prison at hard labor unless Minnesota Supreme Court grants him a now trial The laxative effect of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Is so agree able and natural you can hardly realize that It Is produced by a modi dine These tablets also euro Indiges tion and biliousness Prlco 25c Sam plea tree at Stanford Drug Co NEWS NOTES IJaml8 Fee ono of the oldest citizens is dead At Winchester S M Holland was shot by K S Noland and died in a few hours Holland was a life insurance man and Noland is a barber Three men were killed and a dozen sertouslyinjurcd by the falling of the second floor of a now factory building under construction at Elyria 0 Ricardo Forte was hanged at West Chester Pa for the murder of two children Mario and Dominick Di Lucca aged four and nine years respectively Public Printer Stilling is having a heavy demand for copies of the book lot containing tho list of 800 words pre pared by the Simplified Spelling Board While watching an airship at Day ton 0 Harry Lehman and JS Trako wero struck by a switch engine Loh man being instantly killed and Trak fatally injured County Attorney Kelley of Trigg county is indicted by the grand jury on a charge of having converted to his own use 4700 in his hands as Commis sioner and belonging to tho Blakele estateIn Boston hospital Mrs David E Sharrotts whose husband was cashier r In the War Department at Washington witnessed his death and five min utest later fell lifeless on his corpse having shot herself Robbers rendered Georgo Lewis of Martins Ferry 0 insensible placed his body on a railroad track and just before a train arrived James Arbaugh rescued the man Lewis may die as a result of his injuries Two little Lewis county girls 12 and 14 years of age picked over 1400 gallons of blackberries this season receiving 15 cents per gallon for same Tho proceedswill bo used to pay for their tuition ipa private school this year Tho Breath of Life Its n slgnltlcant fact that the strong ivit animal of Its sizo the gorilla also has Iho largest lungs Powerful lungs moans powerful creatures How to keep the breathing organs rightshould 1m mans chlcfoBt study Llko thousands of others Mrs Ord A Stephens of Port Williams 0 has learned how to do this Sho writes Three bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery stopped my oough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought consump tion 0 Its grand for throat and lung troubles Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price boo and 8100 Trial bottlo freo MATRIMONIAL II W Beacum and Miss Edna Shivells of Junction City were mar riot last week Mr and Mrs Joel J Walker any nounco the engagemant of theirdaugh ter Miss Alice to Mr Robert C Brewer of Chelsea Indiana Territory The wedding will take place tho 3rd of October at high noon Lancaster Rec ordMr James B Cook formerly of Hus tonvillo but now ft prosperous busincn man of Nashville was married Wed nosday to Miss Lena Thurman a pret ty and popular young lady of that place The two had been sweethearts for sev oral years and now that their fond hopes havo been realized we hope they are very happy Mr and Mrs Cook will make Nashville their home for the present where the best wishes of the friendsoand his bonnie brid- eChamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan most successful medicines are ythose that aid nature Chamberlain Cough Remedy acts on this plan Take It when you havo u cold and It will allay the cough relieve the lungs aid expectoration open tho secretions and aid nature in restoring the system to a heMthyt condition Thousands have testillcd toltssnperloroxcellenco It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia Price ixs Largo sire LUu For solo by Stanford Drug Co A very religious family living near Nicholasville has a hen that perched herself upon the tender of tha buggy and camo tochurch with them After services the hen passed the Methodist church and sang all tho way homo It is said she wont lay an egg on Sunday or do anything that would bon desecra tion to the Sabbath Jessamine Jour nal Stop It I A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung troubles Dont take chances when Foleys Honey and Tar affords perfect security from serious effects of a cold Pen nys Drug Store Tho leaves will soon be sad and sere Tho reds will turn to greens And we shall see appear The Christmas magazines Judgo Banker Findlay 0 over ruled a motion to quash the information filed against John D Rockefeller and all the Standard Oil cases Fall Showing of Shoes We are receiving daily from the best manufactur ers shoes for the whole famiily 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 W E Perkins orchardiKentucky DONT LET THIS BARGAIN PASS I having UfcUlMl to go Uirk III tin Mmintlli lIu1r1l8i will sell on iany tern afar at ti Imrnnlii inv ilt lraul rvMdencvon Uimimtur of nevcu room In ntlill tlon gum trlinr two In let porrh rooms hull anil llrxtrlasi bath room Also good Intnl alt Iit house wnnhoiiT coal buns ami othxr oiitbullilliiKsnml a tine garden lies Idfiicf ftnointt In tlnttulnxa ivpnlr purity now Itvalileuco haw tolu nulgbllorsaddress TH W l IIAI IMiniiK til Htanford Ky Public Sale of Shorthorn Cattle 21 of Oakland and Treiulnook herds Auction At Dauville Konday Sept 17 IJIOtl Messrs W Dnod J II Moore Apply to this office for catalogue j SAM ROBINSONDry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Cups Ladies and Gents Ftirimh lugs Etc the store that wives you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY The Interior Journal fEC WALTONI M FNORTHI 1 Ii a cnndldntc for ltaprt ntntlv not Lincoln county rutijvcl to tin nctlou of tho IHMIIO eratlc party J T ROBERTS UrcluVrtiMnRlitorial for IntitrlotMt J9Yttotnotion of the jmrty Democratic Ticket For Congrccs HARVEY HELM f of Lincoln county As most of our Lincoln county readers already know a local option elec i tion will be held in the 12 precincts of this county tomorrow The polls will be open from 6 A M to 4 r M and the election will be conducted in the same manner general elections are held We have had very little to say about the election our friendsthe temperance or local option peoplehaving discussed the question through our columns pretty thoroughly From our perch in a tree it looks like it will l o a one sided affair and it would not surprise us if the local optionisU do not win by a majority of 500 or more That they deserve to win there can be no doubt for they have labored hard and long while if the other side has moved a peg it has been so clandestinely done that even the most watchful have not seen the work To the victors shquld belong the spoils and unless changes come fast and furious the drys will have occasion to celebrate their victory when the ballots are counted tomorrow afternoon We hope and believe the election will pass off quietly and that neither side will have reason to regret at leisure a hasty act done when zeul got the better of judgment We believe every male over 21 years should vote in the election and vote his sentiments If he is worthy of a vote he should be given the right to cast it as he deems best There are many hon est people who do not agree on the lo cal option questionlet there be no falling out or tearing of shirts because people see things differently TilE courthouse at Warsaw was not large enough to accommodate the crowd which gathered there to hear Gov Beckham speak says a Courier Journal dispatch When he conclud ed there were many persons in sym pathy with him who had been against him before At the conclusion of his address he was given an ovation and his friends assert that many Gallatin county citizens who hitherto have condemned his alleged offensive acts expressed satisfaction at the manner in which he explained them the dispatch further statesS- ECRETARY TAFT who is supposed to be the mouthpiece of the administra tion says that speaking for himself and not committing any one else he thinks it is time the tariff was revised and he has no doubt that at some time the Republican party will revise it The Secretary is pretty smooth and wants to feel the people with this proposition but sensible ones knows that the only way the tariff will ever be revised is by electing Democrats to do it and this they have decided to doITilE Frankfort Call neednt call at this office if it hopes thereby to get on our exchange list First place it is nothing but a rehash of several of the mugwump papers of this State second ly it is run by sore back democrats who couldnt get pie from the present ad ministration and want to tear down the party organization because of it and thirdly and lastly it espouses the cause of Kentuckys greatest ungrateful N B Hays of Bell county To hades l with such a democratic sheet SENATOR PETTUS of is past 85 years old Is said to explainI his wonderful vitality thus I never chew less than half a pound of tobacco a day I swear only when it is absolutely necessary drink nothing stronger than whisky and for years have made to bed only when I It a practice to go blank pleased TilE democrats of the llth district will hold a convention at London Sept for Con 20 to nominate a candidate James M Gilbert of Knox gress W R Cress of Wayne and C W Metcalf of Bell are being mentioned as candidates TilE editor of the Danville Herald is just crazy to see a clrcurand wants the Danville council to lower the license so one can stretch Its tent there POLITICAL James W Calvert of Oldham county has been nominated for Congress by the republicans of the Seventh district Hobson Ala Richmond Pearson bamas kissing Congressional candidate is to be opposed by Ignatius Green a Tepubllcan Chairman Griggs of the Democratic Congressional Committee says the report of the closing of any branch of Democratic headquarters is without foundation HUSTONVILLE Mr and Mrs Prior Young of Liborl ty are visiting at J W Hoskins Rev Landerss subject for next Sunday morning Handwriting on the Walt IEvening Broken Cisterns Presbytery meets here Sept 25 During the storm of early Sunday morning lightning struck largo haystacks belonging to J W Powell and C K McClure quickly destroying them The Commercial Club will meet at the opera house Friday evening at 730 A full attendance is requested as business of importance is to come before the body Undo George Estes tho veteran fish erman of upper Green River caught a string of nice green bass and cats at Middleburglast week One measured 20 Goode of Louisville is spending her fall vacation with her parents here Mr Dimple Walton of Lancaster was the guest of one of our prettiest young ladies Sunday- D S Johnston sold to J S Cald well of Boyle 1400pound cattle at 4CO and delivered them Saturday last Lutes Co shipped a car of sheep and hogs to Cincinnati Saturday for which they paid market price ROn Tuesday night 18th a protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church Rev W L Dorgan of Danville one of the ablest pastors in Cen tral Kentucky will conduct the ser vices assisted by the pastorRev Coleman fa The Somerset fair secured a liberal patronage from this vicinity last week In addition to one bridal party there were several prospective parties who havinglpledged their troth are living in happy expectancy of sailing through life upon the placid sea of connubial felicity Our fellow townsman D C Allen whose unfortunate maiming for life is well known to his numerous friends will this week resume his business of buying live stock He has not recov ered by any means but necessity is the compelling force that frepuently urges men forward in the great battle of lift regardless ofconditions On Thursday morning in the parlors of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Thomas J Bell their handsome daugh ter Miss Gertrude aged 13 was united in marriage to Mr Mitty Carson The ceremony was performed by Rev G W Mills of the Christian church Af ter an elegant lunch the bridal party took the train for the South stopping over a day at the Somerset fair Mr and Mrs V B Morse entertained a full house party Friday afternoon from 1 to 5 in honor of the sixth birth day of their handsome grandson J Valentine Rose Among those present were Misses Mary Stagg Alma Bark er Roberta and Susan Blain Bertha and Katherine Moran Catherine Mills Lizzie Gillock Nellie and Margaret Newton Bessie Lair Ola Williams Lyland Bowman Anna Dunn Mary Skinner and Messrs Carlisle and Bow man Myers John Newton Dodd Skin ner Reid Conway Carroll Reid Allen Allen Ray and Ludwell Evans Dunn Sandidge Earl Bell Clarence Dunn Murrell Morse Reid Jesse Lair and Junius and Leslie Yowell Miss Mabel Taylor of Danville was the guest of Miss Mello Hopper Mr W S VanArsdale and wife spent several days with friends in Boyle J and P W Whipp of Liberty were guests at Hotel Weatherford Mrs W A Grubbs and children of Kanka kee are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C L Ashley Mesdames W D Stagg and T L Carpenter are vis- Iting friends at Liberty Miss Alice Cabbell has returned from a visit to Mrs J W Hoskins at Powars C T Bolion Sr and Jr of Lebanon were with friends in Wast Lincoln Miss Annie Yowell has returned from a de lightful visit to friends and relatives at Bradfordsville Sam Dameron sold A R Spragens a pair of threeyearold mules for bass Mrs Katherine liar rison of Springboro 0 is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J A Walden 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 but by the use of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Dlarr hoea Remedy we brought him out all right says Maggie Hickox of Mid land Mich This remedy can bo depended upon in the most severe cases Even cholera Infanlum is cured by it Follow the plain printed directions and a cure is crtain For sale by Stanford Drug Co At Willfamsburg Judge Smith decided the election case of C S Wilson against Miss Rachel Tye in favor of the lady They were candidates for School Superintendent and bliss Tye was an Wilson was a regular republican or Interest to Many Foleys Kidney Cure will euro any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more Pennys Drug Store THE dancing masters have decreed that the hopwaltz Is again the thing Here and There John M Gooch sold a mule colt for 100 yesterday R E Gaines sold to Sidney Dunbar n mule colt for 105 Phillip Ingram has been appointed postmaster at Watson Adair county- A futile effort was made by tho prisoners in the Barbourville jail to saw outMr J W Hoskins has sold his farms in Casey one to IJD King for 5000 and the other to David Taylor for 3 000The new Q Co shops at Somerset will open Saturday and give employ ment 19 1000 machinists and 250 boiler makel8IAt the regular election held Friday at Henderson Maj E W Lilian of Danville was chosen Lieu tenant Colonel of the Second Kentucky lorIINWCORNS CUREDCorn Exit will 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 corps are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle oCI this great preparation only costs cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Horses Handled I nni prtimml to lirwik nml hnndlo horse by the month IVrlcct MtUnfaetlon eiuir nnt v l Jlw tin n trlHl Kvdwnev K M Mornrty Ink CottHgr Htnck PHrin Htnnfonl Ky FOR SALEM I r fllrlll of n ism yu user l K i illn North of IliiMouvllle on 1nnvlllf plkv finely wiitintl mo t of It In fit It nrrrg rmily for wlifiit Wnnl toMMlnt alai Will corn unit hay crop with plan If taken Inth nvxtlUUnyy JO NKAU- Morelnml Ky OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS KorintTly White Mill linn Leer thoroughly mioralml and la now condition to make the hot of flour tmnilFtr Uiintom 111 nil dour ash TUI and Frldny 1PIII IIrlllll for the toll in formerly lire me u trial W II HMITII rropUrnb Ort henl Ky PUBLIC SALE I lnr1Jllnthe power ronfirnM upon me hy the will of testatrix will olTer nt public auction n tract of about lfl4 acres of rich hi nil In the suburbs of Iliutonvlllr on the Ulier ty pike on HATUltPAY afternoon at oclock October nth Terms on day of Mile KDWAKK AIXOUN Kxr Mary Jane Huffman tlerM Col J Chandler Auct PUBLIC SALE of n Lincoln County Illue lni Harm AI ueant and attorney In faet for tlltO heirs of A n Chrliman deserted I will on HATUHDAY OUT1 Kin at the dwelllna IIOIIM on tin prtmitto new Morulund In Lincoln county Ky null nt public uuetlon to the hl bkltlar tlto F1IIM of ID OUKH on which Mild OhrU rlIIlnlhlThcluflirorenlntnregoalTEIt xnlf Mule to lagin at 10 oclock M sharp KMVAUI AIXJOUN Agent Col J V Clmndler lust Notice of Election I Lincoln County Court At the regular AUKUt term IVM It U tleotlOIItoIAMiliJ A Atlun and other having presented OWllrrenn written petition feigned by n numlier of ofUlltolnmore than rA per cent of the vote rait In Mild several preclncti at the regular Norata election MA inking that mielectlon WlItlIIherecnsttof the legal votrriof said county who cuunlymccrs ahllilhety and asking that tbo provision of the IIrUIIIhtsjItllIltoted of record by an order of tills court made nnd entered nt ltv regular July tofuIUM niul on the ltIh day of Jul this theVourtptltltlonjnpll lUllolIIIrpersons whoso niiinc appear thereon anti that the iwtltlonor ore legal voter In their 1lIcolnVOllntythat the regular November election held hntIhatpt1l1ollufrolllcbto and more than 25 per cent of the votes respectfully cast In said products at the tlUtIlIltndludgetllylheCourt on by September ordered to lYMelfor thepurpose of tak saiduuntyWhoaroquulttledto 11r010IIorlounfurther ordered that the provisions of the UruggillreabtrlltlonllrullOrchllrdnnUWednesday Hoptemberfi Il l for the regis ratheItjhlrlltlollbooktie riff of Lincoln county In hereby ordered plornhnerrtlon as herein ordered cud he andptchita newspaper published at Stanford Ky for aeMlleilpestcd C01l1l11forA Copy Attest O COOPRU Clerk Lincoln County Court ourtiioftildbytilelittiffItitnu UIOotT J HILL BberlfT Lincoln County PA KE HAIR BALSAM- Cieuurn4 I the talr I tnmiote laxurUnt growth er fills to Iltitor Or foCwr FARM FOR SALE I ins arris of tlrttclHK land lying IIIIIIIIIII Ing Fork Lincoln county ami mile from like lietweeiv iiiuivllln A Htail ton This U one of the lient farms In tilt Iouuty loud dwellliiK of nix roomsantl iHHMKMiry outbuilding Fruelh In gnat condition Hint never falling of wnlrW HIIIMKB = U No t Hlanford Ky FARM FOR SALE Having moved t Illlwrtslrrtk I il ilre to sell my fnrmof lee tiers aft the Htnntonl A Crab Orchard pike tulles from Drab Or choral Kami II well with com Alllitmlookover the place win cull on Mr lUiKlun who lives on t nu farm It J HMITII UllUrll Irk Ky Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Having determined tn quit furnilnu I will Mll privately my fllrlll of ID Hinn near Moreliiiidon the U H IIallroad t mil frolll iNmvlllf tS mile from IfUtomtilt well sltimted on pike CmpcotmUl of corn b sal oat stork jenurU Jack hors sail brood mart Will II at a Iwrgnln It I nest iHiVf In the text a or days II It KINK MorvlniMl Kv rrIseatsreeae eisssse PRESCRIPTIONS I THREE Honesty THINGS I Accuracy Intelligence are a part of every iircfcrii tlon we till The doctor dolts nut write them down with the other ingredients hecniiMS of n tacit nndentniiding that they tire to go in alwnytscold he knows they WILL go in when you bring his order to tig StaofordDruI Co IIIIIIear sllrtessIteiortof th Condition of The National Bank of HustoQvllle nt Iltistonvlllti In the Wtnte of Kentucky nt tilt clo e of iHUtneM Kept WO I n nnil iHtcouirU t lmi B OverdntfUkeeurMliinduiitecurtrd LsiIt- U H Hands to weure elrmilutiou liUO51 Ranking hotis furnlturliind flx turn ypnU Rue from NlltlonlllllallkslIut n5 Mrve agent sttmt5 lair tram State Uanks A hankers iM5 In tilts trotnapprovetlreerwlip stfte Vlt M Cheoks and other muh IUiu II UI Notes of other National liank PlI to Fractional jmper curreiioy nick els surd cent 1nPl Ijiwful Money llewrvu In Bank viII Hp IlLctttu UignMvmlw mules IJMJU- iHrtlemptlon Uett to fund with UftTrtiis urerSpercentofalroulatlou otils- al7ta 5r IIAXIIITIKK Capital Stock wild In sJuo us Hurplus und Itutu o UndlvhUd profits ies UXIWIIM and taxu paid n Etf National Hank noW outstanding fill UI Rue to other National hunks 6118 Due to Htatu Thinks and ilankur Sit s6 Individual deposit uhjectuhe 1578167 Reserved for taxes IHJ W ttllTKIW- Htateof Kentucky County of Lincoln I1 W Mocker Cashlorof ttteulwtw JiUrwrl hunk do solemnly swear llltt the lllMIV1 statement Is true to list of my knowl I and liellef J W HOOK Kit ensttler- Hubscrlhtrinlldsworuto iHforu not this dth day of dept iwm eo lltinn N My commission expire February Correct Attextt 11run1 T J Koblnson and J W 1owell Directors Report of lie Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ut Htanford In the mate of Kentucky at the clone of business Kept ltd ItKHOUHO- KIxMinnnnd Ulscounti t miW HI OvardrnftsMcandnnduntcured 1111 t i U Hondo to secure circulation UlfW iftnwIrtmlums on U H bond bonds securities etc 58 Ui Hanking house furniture unit fix turI pRO e Other rent estate owned 00 Duo from National Hanks not re ptrvungenlsl 8313 7W74flue from State Hanks A linkers flue from approved reserve ngent 14179 07 Check nnd other curb Items 783 5- 11Noteof other National Hank ilCU W Fractional paper currency nick els and cents 16191 Lawful Money Reserve in Hank vlt Specie Illlpt Ix nltvmier notes xicooo- Ilcdemptlon 1J1iH fund with UHTea urer 5 per ct of circulation 2fJO SJJ1il 1tAUILITIFr Capital Htock paid In MJHH 00 Hurplutfuud UlU1 It Undivided protltn lees expenses and taxes paid 110141 National Hank notes ouiNtaiidlng 411IJ1 00 nUll to other National Hank 6100 Duo to stole Hunks unit Hankerir obi U Individual deposit subject check 16587- TNoteiandBlllaIttdiscounted M IJ1iU W sitikBCrvellfortnfWm tII Htateof Kentucky County of Lincoln sst I John J Cashier of the ul ovc stained Mink do solemnly swear that tint utxive itntement is true to the lust of my knowledge and JOHN JDlcitonaTsCashierH- ubscrtbrd and sworn to mu Hth day of Hept W M Bright N airs Alte fat 1ilntore JJI Hough and O K SHOES s While our stock is not just quite complete1 yet a very large per cent of our Shoes for Men Women and Childrens School Shoes are in Ultras and Brockport for the La dies at 350 and 300 in Vici Kid and Pat ents Blucher Lace and Dutton fit The Manss and Walkover for Men at 350 and 500J i Everything thats new and good H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY J POMPEIAV MASSAGE CREAM Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travel combined with the grease of perspiration clog and stifle the pores Keep them clear and healthy to that the natural oils may do their work of softening the ski- nPOMPEAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every particle of impurity from the porei all the way through and by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to development blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear but the natural glow e of healthJFREE OUfIf you call at our store we will gladly give free a generous sample of the cream and a copy I of the famous book jt Tmtiit IB FttUl Miiugi PENNYS DRUG STORErSTANFORD KENTUCKY Cue Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5006000 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 J B OwitLcr Stanford 8 il W fl CUMMIHK DIREOTORSIIW H THATIAR Qlloerts Ornok It J li FOITMI Stanford W We tlIunklnour Uutomora 1 First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock fSOOOOj This Institution was ortglnsllT established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1191 then reortcanlted 81 the National hank of Stanford In 1845 and again reorganised ai the First National hack of Stanford In 1882 haying bad practically an nnlnter rupted ulnence J better supplied now with facIltties for transact lag business promptly and well than ever before In It long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cot poratlons Solicited OffJaer8IJ I nOOKEH Prtit BT IlAHHlfl V PrIJ J MCKOUEBT8 Ob- rwfiARENAtW n Ohn dDirectors R Belo DanTllla T Harris Stanford J 8 Mocker Staafor4sK L Tanner M P Elmore Stanford StanfordTJu Robinson Bubbl- e711BaughananStanford 0 M E tTatel r t r PLAIDS The show windows s in Now York aro full of new bright patty plaids l Wo hnvo nico rnngo of skirt patterns in plaids at 8150 yard shadow plaids at CO mud Tficj plaid ginghams just tho thing for waists gtiitti nuts petticoats nt 10 and 12Jc Ilaid silks lit 75c fuel 81- 00CAMBRIC This very soft material so mushusvrl sow instead of 1orenlo oninos in ned Navy and Black with wliito figures Also white grounds with figures lust the thing for house andeeho dresses Trice 12Jo 80 inch wide 1 1 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 8rArom KY HIIT 11 1000 Dnuctous Ice Cream Soda at Pennys Drug Store r PERSONALS 4Miss KITTIB Goocll h visiting her brethw at VtrulUe J M FOWLI of flowing Qrcon Is With lib parents at Rowland Miss MAY Uooitni WALRHK of Lou villa ta with frltwta at Crab Orchard Mit T B BALDWIN JR of Rich mend ta with MB lIter Mm W H Shank TUB aRwl Mr A It Danny of Jar hard to very ill of n complication of trMbto A A McKINNRY JR of New Or leans to with Burch Buchanan at Crab Orchard BlHTOR llKNHY TllOMAB of the Ca say County Nowa attended court heron yesterday MRI JnssiB STAG and daughters1 are buck from n visit to Mrs C T Bo hon at Lebanon t liON 0 A LACKEY returned Saturi 1day from LHchtiuld n visit to III his sons at SL Lou j MRS C It GOLDMAN accompanied her husband to his mining interests o Bell county yesterday Miss LAURA JOHNSON of Louisville was the guest of Mosdamos It C Nun nolluy and J F Cover Mns LUCY MONTCOMHHY of Montgomery City Mo Is with tho family Undorwoodj MCKINNFY visit to Miser Miss HALUB DAWSON Is In Louis villa with her sitter MM C1 Dorsey who is ill of typhoid fever Miss SALIJE COOKS went to Noah villa thin morning to spend some time with her inters and brothers there MRS MATT WOOUSON and children havo returned to Danville after a two weeks visit to her father Mr 0 J Crow MUM IDA MOOHR will enter Camp 1 bolMIoRorman College Lexington In R few tiara Mm W H Shanks Is sending her Miss GnonotA LBWIS went to Crab Orchard Friday to till her position as u teacher In the Grub Orchard Graded and High School Miss AUDIt McCLARY has secured a position as teacher In tho D D school at Devils Lake N D and left thii morning to accept It Miss KATIIBRINB WARREN of Som cerset spent Sunday with the homefolks Miss Emma Warren returned with her for n brief visit MBSDAMES MARY FRAIURB and Kath crino Howard of Illinois have been guests of the family of Mr W D In the West End IHanson CARTER of Moreland and T D Carter of Mobile Ala ore visiting their parents Mr and Mrs J M Car ter Somerset Mountaineer MR AND MRS L A FARI83 who sold their storo in tho West End to E B Iowlll will move to Stanford and occupy their homo on East Main Street MR JAMES H EARS has been visit ing his brothers John W and J D Eads On his return homo he was ac companied by his niece Miss Ethel Ends MISSBS LAURA AND EuzAnETii CAR PENTER of West Lincoln have resumed their course at Caldwell College and will be with their sister Mro U L Sailer Danville News WILLIAM ROYSTON of GarrardMR attended court here yesterday ad paid I for his I J to Jan 1 1908 This makes 32 years this clever gentleman has read the INTERIOR JOURNAL t HUSTONVILLE sent a fine delegation to tho fair among whom wero Josh Swope who brought his jolly laugh J Walker Glvcrw John Lynn Davo Allen and Jim ReldSomorset Jour 1nal BROWN of Stanford is tho IKue t of tho family of Rev O AL Lucy Fred Cook of Stanford is Uownto take In the fair Joel T Em bry of Stanford is hero putting in 8ome telling blows for Henry Bosworth for Auditor Somerset Journal NIBS LUNA PALMER of Kirksvllle ode of tho best known school teachers f in the county leaves for Stanford this week where she has accepted a nosi tion in tho High School Miss Palmer has vent the summer in studying tho Word Rational method which has be comevery popular in educational circles Richmond Register BBVHIHT Hour spent several days nt Paris MRS J S CAMPBELL is visiting in Cnioy Miss KATB vines RANEY was CityMRjoined his wife here Sunday They are with Mrs Kathleen Hwulay HnrryNealativoe at Salt Lake Utah and Pueblo AIM L ANNIK BNOLKMAN and daugh ton Misses Suo Taylor and Nannie Woods Engltman are visiting Mr and Mm C It Coloman at their mining cnrnj nt Gary Hell county NjSAunderstill Jr attended tho banquet given by Mr E V Puryear to the lawyers of this judicial district ut Ddnvillo lost night Mist S IU K ELKIN Is recovering from her illncsis and Is now able to sit up Little Miss Pattlllno Uallou con tlnuoa quite ill Miss Margaret Zanono is visiting relatives In Stanford Lan caster Record Missna Iuciun AND CLARA COOIKH loft this mornin for Salem Oregon to fill their positions us oral teachers in tho State 0 D School It Is a long ways from homo but the young ladles were offered aufTcicnt inducement to- go It will take them five or six days to reach Salem which is only a few miles from the Pacific Ocean LOCALS ROCK salt at J II Uaughman Coi CHAPES in for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford GOOD farm hand wanted JohnTray Ior Gilberts Creek Ky plums for sale at 20c a galIDAMHON J B Paxton TUB five shares ot stock In the Hus tonvillo National flank owned by the late Mrs M B McAlister was sold at public auction here yesterday to D N Prewitt at 109 Din CORN Haydon Shanks of Row land tells us that he found n stalk of corn in his field 17 feet and three inches high with an car on it 111 inches long Who can beat that IN the county court yesterday the will of Mrs Mary June Huffman was probated and J H Carter was refused distillers license to sell whisky This is the extent of tho work done ry AT the meeting of tho city council Thursday night several applicants for liquor license were turned down and Mr Eo D Kennedy was elected city assessor over several aspirants A pwas given last evening in honor of Misses Clara Cooper of this place and Elizabeth Allen and Frances Miller Preston of Millcrsburg It was a very enjoyable affair Tim homo of Ed Walker Jr in Gar rard was struck by lightning Sunday and badly damaged It was a new building and partly owned by Mr Walter 0 Walker of this place Mr Walker was not injured by the bolt but John Dollins who works for him was knock ed out of his bed and considerably stun ned TUB temperance people put in a hard days work yesterday A stand was built in tho courthouse yard and from it Mrs Frances It Beauchamp and Revs W E Arnold L C Kelley W S Grinstead and Joseph Severance spoke in the afternoon There was some splendid singing by tho ladies and a beautiful quartette by Profs Fallis and Ireland and Messrs McClary and Raney A FARMERS INSTITUTE will be held in Stanford on Oct 8 and 9 Among the wellknown lecturers on agricultu ral matters whose services have been obtained are P G Holden of Iowa Alva Agee Joseph E Wing and J T McIntyre of Ohio Moses F Johnson of Jefferson county C M Manna of Shelby county J B Walker of Christian county Lowell Roude bush of Ohio JP Davis of Indiana and R C Crenshaw of the State De partment It is hoped that our farm ers will take advantage of this opportunity and make the occasion an Inter csting and profitable one c v44 ti QUALITY PRICE POWER Wo have tried to not overlook either of those trade bringing powers iu the purchase of our Fall anti Winter goods Tho month just passed wo have spent in receiving and placing in stock lots of now goods and each day brings more It is Mono too early to buy tho goods that have to he mndo up we mention in this space sumo of tho now goods lust placed on sale Foil RENT Five room cottage on Mill Street J IL UauRhman Co WANTnnA good hand to work on farm Come recommended Dr Hugh Reid LOST between my homo and Stanford a small oporj face watch He ward Miss Kallie Taylor Woods I AM prepared to orders for poplar and oak shingles Write for prices E W Crolghton KIngsvllle Ky THIS L N solll2ftlckot to ClnI cinnati and 28 to Louisville Sunday Excursions wore run to both citie- sFmeinitCharlos W Frisblo a popular young man of Lancaster died Saturday morning after a brief illnoea of brain fever- WANTEDPoaillon by young lady as compositor on weekly newspaper Has had three years experience and can give best references Address INTER IOR JOURNAL Stanford Ky ALL persons having claims against Lincoln county must file same with county court clerk properly verified Ml a date not later than Sept 21 1900 G B Cooper clerk by E D Pennington D C LICHTNINO struck and killed seven fine 1200pound cattle for Mr W H Shanks Sunday morning Mr Shanks had sold them to Charles Lutes for fu turo delivery at jc Tho loss amounts to about tOO IOST Saturday afternoon between ice factory and Stanford or between Stanford and my home a small mem orandum account book with accounts of W 0 Speed and Hayden Shanks Howard C V Gentry WILLIE IlANSFoni colored was run over by it Q C train at Burgin and instantly killed He was going from Lexington to Somerset and was beat ing his way on a freight lie lived at Stanford until a year or so ago The remains were Interred here Saturday J M KEANB tho enterprising Junction City baker will build a handsome threestory brick adjoining his splendid business house His rapidly growing trade makes it necessary for him to en large his quarters Mr Keane owns tho big automobile which brings fresh bread to Stanford every day or so MRS NANNIE TAUIOT JOHNSON of Paris will be the guest of Mrs M C Saufley Wednesday afternoon and Thursday Mrs Johnson has been teaching a cooking school for a number of years in many of the best towns of the State and has succeeded so well that her reputation in this line is well known She would be glad while here to meet any of the ladies of Stanford who aro interested in her work with a view to organizing a class in the early fall THE Somerset fair asa daisy People were there by the tens of thous ands while the stables and paddocks were filled to overflowing with good bhow horses and speedy racers Everything considered it was the best fair tho good town of Somerset ever had Lincoln county people andstock were conspicuous and a goodly number of blue tics wero won by them It would take a column to give the names of the many who attended from here As the clever people were courteous to and considerate of their guests and they left nothing undone that would add to their delectation A great town is Somerset and exceedingly great was her fair TilE Graded School opened yesterday with 210 pupilstho largest in the schools history A number of patrons wero present at the opening and Revs L C KelleVi of the Kentucky Issue and L M Omer of this place took part In the devotional exercises Time ly talks wero made by Dr 0 B Fallis of the Stanford Male Female Semin ary and Supt Ireland of tho Graded School The following teachers were in charge First grade Miss Annie Me Kinney 2nd grade Miss Lena Palmer 3rd grade Mrs H D Phillips 4th grade Mrs L B Warner 6th and 6th grades Miss Lucy Peterson of Paris 7th grade Miss Annie Dunn 8th grade and High Sckool S D Keener More than 30 pupils applied for music Everything seemed to move off as If there had been no intermission of three months The art department bids fair for a good year FOR KENT Three nice rooms Ap ply to Mrs Leslie Carter 2t TlIK OrchardGraded School opened yesterday with 120 pupils A nio attended court yesterday and business in all linos was good LOST solid gold band ring on Main Street Leave at this office and get reward THRRE Is talk of n passenger train to run dally between Rowland and Louisville We hope it will be put on LOST black pocket book Contained pair gloves small amount of money and two little pocket books Reward Mrs J E Buck I SOLD interest in the store of L- It Hughes Co to Mr Hughos who I trust will receive a liberal share of your patronage W A Carson Tim 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 see Mrs Belle Lawhorn Yosemite It is that blind tiger operators named Wyatt and Brown wore killed by a sheriff and posse in Pulaski FARM FOR RENT I Its nrroa on Ullntrln Fork Ill a Inncl 2e ncnn for corn Iasset for wliwit 1tIIt timothy niiiidow mid grazing Apply to the uixlvrtlKmsl on till farm IL A 1LKAHANTH House Land for Sale I will tell iirlvulHly my hawse and live nanwot Inml liitlf mile from Turnornvllle In lit iKliborlirxxl and doM to school niHl oliurch For mrtlrtilnr see W O MollHK Htnnfonl Ky MAN WANTED I Homo one niNir Hlnnfonl to lutUl In howInn ami t III11FIIrorth No oxptr Irnee iHHfwnry let us tvnrh youths rod pitnt bu lnen Hnlnry Ise per month to lioniwt nun willing to devote port of his tlnu to ails hiiilmw- OO01KIIATWK LAND CO Amlrim IIIdj Mlnnenpolls Minn A S PRICESurgeon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Oweley Building Marshals Sale for Taxes On Saturday Oct 6 1906 I will Iwtwevn the hours of 0 oclock nodloclock P u to nib Urchnnl Ky- soli ut IlIIhllc outcry to the twat bidder for itiuii In or no mneli ns will payttxeaCUbtafledpen nlty As fiint im payment era laIRd tar iiHiiipR will illtnppvtir- lUichiinnii lurch t If Unit Hulphur WiitorCo leer Kjnalty DIckorMin Mm J U 7 S- OKilniUton Dr W J 16 Karri MrsHcott 80 ui tJW 7s lllkcrioii1 H H- IJlnlinoi Mrs Mug 2U 111111101111nIr col1 2 70 MlIllIiJO aid tbtgete Mra nlll S N- IIIIUUIIIA Jot Nf lUmutiy W D NJ llOKirx Colon J O ItlDDIK Marshal of Ornb Orchard Hciiort of the Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK at Htnnfonl Ky In the Htnto of Kentucky nt the close of iJinliiOKS Hept11RM ItKflOUKCKri Lolrt mud DUcounti I SIU177 S- Inwnlniftsivcunilaiidunsvcurvil ytfkw 18 U IlontU to wcuru clrculntlon 0ouo w HnnkliiR house furniture and fix tares 8800 Duo from NntlomtIInnkinotn tsllllllnuoDue from neroIIgta 41001 OhcckH nnil other n8h lliiin 67106 Notes of othyr Nntlonnl hank ttt KriicUotmlpnpvrcurroncyiilckt li lid cents a 00 lawful Money Iteervetl Ilunk roar lu tiiitiO 114190Heuempturer ct of ilrc illation tfm 3II7V7 81 MAIIILITIKH- Ciipltnl Stock fund U t tafm l 0 Hur plus fund JJlW tU UnJIvliIrd profit leer oxiiense a pall tuxes luild tA National llnnknoteinutitandlnK U W Due tu other NntIlankM II2U1rl- Boo toHtntfl Ilnnks and liankeni 47 Individual dihtsHs sub ject to check S f0rt9 00 2S1KK 2- 9Hostmil for taxes 7O a l3iLnRiu Htatoof Kentucky County of Lincoln III I W M IlrlahtCaiihlerof the UIIOUIllDIII hank do toleinnly swvnr that tho nliovo Htatu mcnt Is true to the cdK and ttollvf W M IntIOUTtYnehle- rtlubscrllkd and sworn to before me thus 8th tiDY of Iteptu1t1 J JMoltotHTt NlCorrect Attests B H Hbnnkf n W Our tor nnd J 1uxton Director FLANNELETTES Wo are showing a fine range of patterns in Twill dad Arniuro wear Jo- tntl0c yardOUTING CLOTHS For comfortable Winter garments them is nothing to equal thom Wo have all grades Co to 100 One we call your attontion to especially in a 10o outing in light stripes and chocks at Sic Wo bought a case of these which accounts for the low priceBRAIDS We have the prettiest lino of braids vhito and colored wo have over luuL We have a new braid with au edge at fI yards for We See it If iCopyrightYou Know the iDo Course You WOOL tell You Differencei ALL WOOL Then buy of ust We guarantee every Hart Schaflncr Marx garment strictly not practically ALLWOOL Your mouley back should any garment provo defective or Wo make you safe Why take n risk Let us clothe you i CUMMINSSMCLARYSTANFORD H 14111 r u+ + +4 uUU + +UU + UJtllllI GUARANTEEDI Is Every Pair ofIWARNERS RUST PROOE It Guaranteed for What Guaranteed not to Rust or Break in any length of time If so we will gladly supply you with a New Corset Free Our new Fall line is just in We also have the Celebrated Red fern Corset In fact we have a full line of Corsets ranging in price from 25c to 350 Per Pair t+ 494 + F44+ L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House KENTUCKYi II s 1 The Interior Journal I SritrtdinlhePotlOJJlceal Stanford at I MttndcZ ui matter AND FKIDXY 1vB11RubU ATI5100 PER YEAR CASH tri When not no pdS o will be charged Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Feed and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Svrecs wellfed and cared for Upto date rigs at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE STOKE II CLABKSOM Preri CITY KY lJNCTION t Reasonable Rte Attention to Tr Tellng Men Oratnnd Hay For Seta tiINSURANCETire IJEhtntng WindStorm and- Aocldent 1GEHT nndNone the HTUO lUpretcnted Ixweit lotlEST leo116 llnte Ouarnntied 1nylng Talk with M rkw9Vnequnltedt Stanford Kentucky t Reildonce Ihone No 81 fWIIlnIn Danville stop with i G FOX IJnry Feett and Halo Htnblo Mules fancy addle mrdbnrneahurceeon hand for wile Writ be IIIl1rku thusall ttatet tat mulos mule coltsIfor 1u yinrllng flellon colts fBG FoxDanvilleKy BDCARTERi Successor to Bruce t4 Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable r Depot Street STANFORD Ky MenTourhandled on commission Stock Pone In Connoctlon Two Farms For SaleIp rwlsh to SI my farm of 179 sores 5 mules west of Lancaster on the Lex ington pike It Is well Improved end ha Untr of water nod timber fenced and In good repair Also an unimproved farm of 100 acre fang midway between Lancaster and Ixaagton pike Good outlet each Iy Well fcnced TITIIU reasonable TIIIRItIUNU- Yarkbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Wily buy readymade clothing when there tenollttlr difference In the price of high Trade readymade suits and n suit made to ram mcnturinunt taken by nn experienced for I have II handsome line Hprlllg and atrnraer good I I can make from a low price JlnalnelS iUitt to the finest dre suit AUo arrerconti trousers and fancy vests The aomptiny I represent none of the beet H O RUPLEY the Tailor Dar 1 Traglor t DliUHJ WHlsKu Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc 1111earpent Depot House STANFORD KYI Ptomptand polite mUnllcn Nothing ttbbes- hank Man phoe rr ul1grspb order rscslw- yopttuedllon elteeaf Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery Ac SSTANFORD KENTUCKY Once Phone 167 Home Phone SS Je L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embdm ore Also Dealers in Fur aiture Mattiua Bugs They Willexchange Furniture for sll Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY IBOYS WANTED A Factory that Guarantees Ever ByIthetion No boys no business At the present supplyIOur business is such as they are necessary as sawlogs to a sawmill or wheat to a lour mill We expect to operate one of our factories at because of the nea ness to where wo can get boys To do this It is necessary to have a majority of the resident freeholders of this township to petition for our agent to open up business on a certain site and to certify that he Is of respectable character and standing in the community We can allow only good men to run our business so says the laws of the United States Of course if we locate by your request we naturally infer you are in sympathy and will help furnish the boys We manufacture boys into drunkards murderers criminals paupers and fill our jails penitentiaries and asylums and flood the and with prostitution am viceOur business is to populate hell an work against home heaven and purity We are a success Try us Our records as per statistics in the United States is that 60000 persons drop Into a drunkards premature grave every year We send out 30000 cases- or alcoholism alone We cause 5000C suicides yearly and the murder of 10 babes less than one week old We- aro a success at destruction of homes and damnation of souls Give us your latranage by a majority petition in this township and send us your boys We will do the rest We assure you that wo will make out factory a success in the population of cell from this township We will send your boys home of nights full of distilled damnation shooting oft revolvers whooping and yelling others ready to beat their wives do most anything low vile and wicked Our agent will present papers One church member sinner is worth more to us than 100 common sinners Sun layschool teachers very acceptable A Judas who kisses his master and pens the way for me Into the church is dear to my fatherly heart Yours in cooperation against God Heaven home and purityT E DEVIL American Issue rCured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A J Nusbaum Uatesvllle Indiana writes Lust year I suffered for hrco months with a summer cold so distressing that It interfered with my business I had many of the symp oms ol bay fever and a doctors pre scription did not reach my case nnd I ook several medicines which seemed to only aggravate my case Fortu lately I insisted upon having Foleys ilonoy and Tar in the yellow package and it quickly cured me My wife has ilnco used Foloys Honey and Tar with the same success tt Pennys Drug Storo E W Ripy of Lawrenceburg receiver of the Harrodsburg Water Corn any has advertised the sale of tho Water Company for October 1 liar odaburg will be a bidder and if possible will purchase the plant giving the city c ntrol of its water supply IStarving to Death Because her stomach was so weak ened by useless drugging that she ould not eat Mrs Mary H Walters of St dale St Columbus O was iterally Starving to death She writes My stomach was so weak from useless drugs that I could not eat and my icrves so wrecked that 1 could not leep and not before I was given up to die was induced to try Electric titters with the wonderful result that mprovoment began at once and a complete cure followed Best health 1onlc on eurth tOe Oauranteed by ennyu Drug Store Stanford Ljno Bro Crub Orchard The Simplified Spelling Board has rev lived the signatures of 825 college residents professors and university ulcers who agree to use the 300 words as far as practicable in their own correspondence Well Worth Trying W H Brown the popular pension ttorney of Flttslleld Vt says Next to a pension tho best thing to- get Is Dr Kings New Life Pills Ho wlltes they keep my family in splen health II Quick euro fur Headache Constipation and Billiousness 250 Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Storo Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Indications point to recordbreaking activity in the iron and steel industries 0 f the South during the coming year Two men were killed by poisonous gas while at work in an elevator shaft In MinneapolisAugust will turn his 30000 aklawn into a jumper The Blue Grass Fair at Lexington Sept 17th and 22 will bo opened by a magnificent parade of floats secret orders school children soldiers bras bands Indians decorated vehicles automobiles and tho beauty and chivalry of Kentucky Theso latter will attend tho Queen of tho Blue Grass whose identity will not be made knows to tho curious until the eventful 17th Through the columns of this paper tilt county is invited to send six cavalier to attend to the queen More may come if desired but all are requested to wear some distinctive dress or hat Tho merchants of this county are also included in tho invitation it being de sired that as many as possible send floats or decorated vehicles Float will contend for prizes and all who participate in the parade will be ad mitted free on the first day to the fair Embry Co of Lexington are now busy manufacturing tho veil for the Queen and Lexington will be gaily decorated to welcome her thousands ol visitors S S S- Pain from a Brun 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 und as cold applications pnly increased tho inflammation Mr Strauss CUInG to Mr James N Nichols a local merchant for something to stop tho pain Mr Nichols says I advised him to use Chamberlains Pain Balm and tho lust application drew out tlio Infant nation and gave immediate relief I mvo used this llnlnient myself and ccommund It very often for outs burns strains and lame back and cave never known It to disappoint or sale by Stanford Drug Co CHURCH MATTERS Eld W G Montgomery has resigned as pastor af the Christian church at Liberty to accept a call at Belton TexasEld J G Livingstons meeting at Mt Olive has resulted in 65 additions lad the good work continues The meeting will continue until further notice To Cure a Felon lays Sam Kendall of Phllllpsburg Can just cover it over with Buck ens Arnica Salve and tho Salvo will lo tho restf Quickest cure for Burns halls Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Zczema Salt Kheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 2oc at ennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Fires Crab Orchard Guaratnced Two persons were killed and six were injured in a headon collision of two passenger trains on the B O at Voodland W Va s The Santa Fe passenger depot and ailroad hotel at Needles Cal were lestroyed by fire and two people were turned to death A house was wrecked two people were killed and several others seriously njured by the explosion of an oil stove at Republic Ala Cornelius Coombs and John Williams Negroes were executed by hanging in the jail yard at Pittsburg S H Gov Luko P Blackburn whoso rep utatlon as a physician and philanthro pist Is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated aper1ientono remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil drug gists and country stores have about 100 acres of grass land to rent or will graze cattle on it Also 25 or 0 acres of corn to feed down Good water Taylor House Walnut Flat LAND FOR SALE I I Will m ll prlrntulytiUacrniof nm running Inml UIIII huts in nun Ianemlcr oil Icxlngtonpikoalantt10uc In tiVwn Mm UR iMiicrv lit rest In gnus All under ftniHiniiil plenty of nuvurrulllng water limiw fs good and tuns nil nroMsitry imtlmlldllian 1oedunglartl for Mlillnit purpowi thin Full mid tlMollltig lint of year This fiirni should tat seed lsnppnr late Hllico till city council u enforeiug the hues InmU In the vicinity or I niunitvr hue IIIhIII111 nip Idly In prlrvnml aiHHl property Is In until iliiimiul W II Stuns mlmltil trnlor it Mou Ijiiicnttpr K- yPUBLICSALEI I will sell nt publlo nuotlou nt my plnrc nt 1I11IIUII ua Til HUH DAY HK IT sIMI- Slystoikof KCtiernl nifrclmiulln lo plhir with the storeroom AUa my IIOIIM unit two nero of laud ndlolnlng house IIIK live room oat tarn olllumIor tine wilier liounvnnd lot nt IlInlhDIIOtlll1lIrhN1Inice organ isirlnr Milt I olUlntf Iletta luxl room suit l vouch wiinlrolx MWHK mnelilnt Icvntrvtnlilet joxttiiMcui hint JiiUof Ilmlrn rcMkir a enrpvtii 3 lInt lag stoves 1 nuiKi nnd other thing to mi iimrout to iniuitluti Term iiiiulo known on day of sale J W DIMIION MlllttlgWlIU Col J r Mmndlcr Auctioneer To Reduce My Stock ofISPECTACLES I will luring the inonth of August sell at n discount nit FRAMES ETC nnd give the same guarantee of sate isfuction us before Ollico over Me Roberta Drug Store II to 12 A si 130 to 4 M W N Craig Stanford PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit house kreplllK I will on HATUKIlAY HK1TI5TII 1w- r1sellnllatypunomd i ro erty coiuUtliu or I Rood liuittfT mnrc can Is Imndlcd by IIIIIIIlIlIr rllhl with porret mtloty row which gives I gallon or odlk pr slay helferenlf3usontbuldI buggy phaemon sets or buggy Imriipx l new mini 3 goof riding bridles A lot of gash vtiinteu tool n goal lalt holt illugvr ipnil nod crnniinvr A lot of eiirjxiil n bolt new washing niiifliliii inn wringer wst1 uq tubs I ooil iNitliluli lot of liouw hold KiKKli lliu piano tart steads ninttnwMM dresser wash itiiml went rolwn N ok onset oliulri illiiuliiR tnlili ninny other good isnd useful thlll14 for kllint- wo nuinerout to mention rook store mil ulKiiMiU At the Mill tliuvl will olTi r wjr liouwiniid lot lot contnliu nlxuit t norw with ilwplllnitof mum several out Irtllltl lug n No mill lint dendld water right nt the door Its ore or ill ln t lovntloiu IK the county fora Iuutn unit wniitu to engage In this rtMini litutiieo Tilt ruin u Ions thr lute of till cj A it Itnllroiul n whet now Ilue lot iil o n miinll MUM liouw that hold IAnut 1 car loniln oflNilotl hay now uual liy tie toluniblii Hlnglitrw Co IVIfr riiiuiillcr luirtlonwr Hak lw Kin proniptlv nt In oclork IVfno marls known nu tiny of snit IlKriiRX WIIIIAMA MrKinnoy Kyi r lJAr Cash Basis Business Pays We have plnocjl on our counter OliO of tho host National Cash Register rondo to assist us in making our Cash Business a Buccos This machine will issue to each cash customer it cash receipt anil when the receipts amount to 810 they will bo discounted at our store It pays to pay each Try it anil be convinced tIlwltttItr WeH HICCJNS KentuckyL 1 ALDRIDGE Say dont you think this Shower ffi 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 guaranteedStanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber J OWING TO THE INCREASE In our Husinws and the Dtimunl hreHighGrade Gnarls we have Nought the Famous Griffon Brand Clothes for the Fall and Win ter 1906 and 1907 Tho MifcloUoPwlitfcli tiro ready fur your hiipoctiriu ut Sam obinsons Next Dour to thou Lincoln County National Hank Stanford Kentucky TotluIurn lUrrr Burl IlirrlWfUlliwU Curd br ZEMO Aflr rn Y v WHYSUFFER THE- TORTURE OF ECZEMA OR ANY SKIN DISEASE WHEN THIS GOOD MEDICINE +ZEMO + HAS NEVER 8w IUWB MtDinxi Co 81 lama MaiIAaaukrwl lu May uih laa DIAII Bum IIIArtat thai ZKMO uvM ems If ran rnj llha I win tdedlr tell ell- utlrn1Nmenemawhetyour rued medldwdidtormn I uninsl lurtoKcc tws0 of ltcbing enema on Mtn a1 I teed etebt dlllna dtuh IIIIJrulll tllla tancoolS beer al etihoatlief 9be olNa new comp sat to ara end bteu mT arms bedarasbole n 10 1lIlIIlla benmininsane actwitcuarneetoei rs n- ofIhlimo bbaad aokendonedytbdtseaebad Ilesaossloppedthelteblut- and a In u1 ZicYo 11srmawet myerms sr- cinandmootnumyplesstwitleowbsoreandsterausiaI n 11n b d ambowentlnir- eurM andhawninM ten oundln wNMnd fed bgttr UulII I Ian fh b DID gMrs eontldcr rmirtrr nuns ZKRO ncbaeI1ibonot it mlriflo will ldlr a tuwtr J and mnwnaXKMIflo alt Mtweaaerlat yetIJAtirvJ aa lcn la dlwus uuttim allr GUARANTIED AND SOLO BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD I have just received BIG LOT of the above stoves hulltau now ready tj furnish you one at a reamahlo figure GEORGE H FARRIS D Stanford Kentucky Try One of Our New Perfection Oil r i StoveshLOWEST PRICES George D Hopper Stanfo o 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 by W B McRoberts ISTANFona PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded