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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1906J NO 52 IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance of Eva Urucc Holtzcluw who died Aug 27 1900 aged Goodbye sweet Eva good byo You weru young fair to die Could wo but take one farewell kiss F But they deny ua even this Oh motherheart bravo and true Almighty power is given you To give to God the child ho gave And work anothers lire to save Father go on your onward way Striving the Master to obey Trusting that some day you may know Why it is Ho grieves you so Brothers and sisters do not despair The Master had need of your sister fair Scatter sunshine as she has done And rent will be sweet when your race is run Friends of her girlhoods happy years Whose eye are dim with falling tears There is a void In your heart that noth ing can fill Youll never forget dear Eva Never can her place you fill shall see her slaters and brothers again With their playmates about the door And Ill watch tho children at their play as I never did before And if in tho group I see a child That hits bright and laughing eyes g Ill look to stun If It may not be Dear Eva tho girl who died Wo all know that dear Eva has left us Left us yes forever more How wo bear tho pain and sorrow God alono does only know Heaven now has got our treasure Earth Uio lonely casket keeps But tho sunbeams will always linger Where our darling Eva sleeps A LOVING SCHOOLMATE KINGSVILLE Mr Ed Dolond of Durnsldc repre seating tho Grcunbricr Polo Co was hero Tuesday The great reunion began yesterday and will lost three days Some good speeches will bo made by some of our brilliant men Gto LovoJrformsrlyof this place was drowned near Uurtuldo by falling Irvin a barge Tho body had not been recovered at last accounts The county attorney is being highly praised for the manner In which ho la looking after affairs in this end of the county Ho recognizes his duty and is prompt in executing It Mr and Mrs Joe Lcnuhan of Lud low wero guests at Hotel Walter J Evcrard Crelghton of Somerset spent Sunday with his homofolks here Mor ris Walls baby has been qulto sick but is improvingMrs E lioauchamp delivered a good temperance lecture at tho Christian church on last Tuesday evening to an immense crowd as did Itev Joseph Severance for tho sumo good cause on Friday evening Pain from auPromptly Ro llovocl by Chamberlains Pain Balm- A UUle child of Michael Strauss of Vernon Conn was recently in great pain from a burn on tho hand and as cold applications only inurwiHnd tho inflammation Mr Strauss clime to Mr Jumfsls Nicliuls n local merchant for something to stop tho pita Mr Nichols says I advisod him to use Chamberlains Pain Halm and the tlrst application drew out the Inllam mntlonnijit gave Immediate relief haw used this liniment myself and recommend it very often for outs barns strains and lame back and have never known it to disappoint For attic by Stanford Drug Co n A Kansas City dispatch says Dur- Ing tho entire years that Jiles M Farris and Miles J Farris have been on earth their lives havo been parallel To ftogln with they were born twins and on top of that one was named Jiles and the other Miles just alike except ing for a transposition in the initial let tore Anyway they grow to man hood and both were married and this to twin sisters in their own town Louisiana Mo Monday a petition for divorce was filed by Jiles M against Martha A Farris and yesterday an attorney appeared at the county court house with a petition for divorce for Miles J Farris from his wife Attic Farris Both petitions set forth doe sertion CORNS CURED Corn Exit will post tively remove corns In four days The ttreatment Is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whoso corns aro not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing If a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky 4 MIDDLEBURG George Ellison who Is nllllclcd with rheumatism is boarding at Jno Adams and attending Olympian Springs- J p Cash has bought tho right to operate tho Diffee soap business in Lincoln county and will begin advertising atMcKinncyHev Shouse returned from Rocky Ford and reported a good meet Ing in progress He says Rov Belts who is assisting is a fine preacher Rev W G Tllford will leave us tho first of October and go to Louisville to attend the Baptist Theological Seminary Bro Tilford Is already an excellent preacher without a seminary course Tho meeting at Green River church continues with unabated interest Tho night services aro attended by largo crowds and tho attention is said to ibo good There havo been several addi lions but wo aro riot advised as to tho numberAll DIITce soap men have left us and they seen to havo taken about all tho business with them They aro hustlers and did every thing in a hurry 0 L Wilson has bought the right of this county and has taken charge of tho businessD Thomas has resigned as cash ier of the bank hero to take charge of the new bank at Lancaster Mr Thom as Is a splendid business man and has shown his efficiency as a cashier by his excellent management of tho Farmers Deposit Bank Ho is an all around good fellow and wo regret to give him up Tho Senatorial race seems to be nil ono way in this neck of tho woods It Is Bcckham breakfast dinner and supper with no places for McCreary between meals Democrats here admire Senator McCreary and appreciate his efficient labors for tho democratic par ty but they havo como to think that ho has been honored qulto enough OTTENHEIM Tho moving fever seems to bo conta pious as some of our neighbors have moved out and others aro talking of It Tho Pine Grove Sunday school gavo n most delightful treat to iU pupils of candy cakes and lemonade much to the pleasure of tho little tots Wm Napier and Walter Martin pass ed through this place on routo to Ten lessee on a stock trading expedition James Russell Bold a pony to J Hugh Spratt for 26 Ledford Slier has bought his mothers homo place for 200 and it looks Ilka ho is going to call in a helpmeet Wm Shaw has sold his farm to Mrs Julia Pence for 200 Mm Iula Shaw who has been very low with a complication of troubles is much improved with good prospects for recovery J C Tucker is rcjoiciug over the arrival of a 10pound boy at houseMrs Harris widow of tho late J E Harris died on tho 5th and was laid to rest in tho Pino Grove burying ground after a funeral sermon by Eld J G Livingston Tho deceased leaves six children tho youngest only six years old May the Lord who is the parent of all guide and protect their future tivos How to Avoid App ndloltls Most victims of appendicitis nro those who uro habitually constipated Orfno Luxatlvo Fruit Syrup euro ohronlo constipation by stimulating Uw liver and bowol and restores tho natural action of the bowels urine Luxutlvo Fruit Syrup docs not nnu auto or gripo anti Is mild und pleas ant to take Refuse substitutes Yon yes Drugstore To keep ico a long time take six or eight newspapers placo them in tho ice box have tho ico put on top wrap ico as ono would a shoo box or a package then if tho ice box is not full stuff well with crumpled paper around edges Tho ico will last twico as long and do the same work J Gov Luke P Blackburn whoso rep utation as a physician and philanthro pist Is too well known to need further comment onco said Concentrated Crab Orchard Winter Is tho best aper ient known to the medical profession and will cure moro diseases than any ono remedy I havo ever used Get a bottlo of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil druggists and country stores Tho name of John W Yerkes of Kentucky Commissioner of Internal Revenue is mentioned in connection with the vacancy on tho bench of tho District Court of Appeals created by tho resignation of Judge Duell of New York says a Washington dispatch The laxatiTo effect of Chamberlains Stomach and Llvor Tablets la so agree oblo and so natural you can hardly realize that It Isproduced by a medi cine These tablets also euro indigos tion and biliousness Price 25c Sam ples free at Stanford Drug Co NEWS NOTES Curt Sacra jumped into Kentucky riv erat Frankfort and drowned Union county went dry by a ma- Jority of more than 1000 votes George W Headley one of Lexing tons oldest and bestknown citizens is deadTen persons in three different fami lies at Kalamazoo Mich were poisoned by eating dried beef Seven trainmen wero killed In a collision on tho Western Atlantic Railroad near RInggold Ga Tho report that tho Southern Rail road has purchased the Virginia and Southwestern road is confirmed Twelve persons were killed in the wreck of a Canadian Pacific harvester train Wednesday at Azilda Ont Town Marshal Dickerson of Trenton was shot and fatally wounded by a Negro named Godfrey Ray who is yet a fugitiveCol ONeal ono of tho best known attorneys of Northern Kentucky died Tuesday at his home near Covington John D Rockefeller through his attorney has entered at Findlay 0 a plcaof not guilty to tho charge of violating tho antitrust laws Disgusted because his costly automo bile would not run II E Hill of St Louis deliberately burned tho machine and boarded a train for home According to tho receivers report Zion City Is in debt to tho extent of 0125018 with quick assets of 372 051 and slow assets of 2 ICC 127 The Red Cress Society sent to Amer- Ican Minister Hicks from Washington a remittance of 2000 for the benefit of the earthquake sufferers at Valpa raisoJohn F Havsloy suicided at Munfords villo when confronted with a warrant charging him with illicit sale of whisky Ho used a shot gun and pulled the trig ger with his toe 1It is estimated that 200 Jews wer killed and 1000 wounded during the outbreak of Saturday and Sunday at Slcdlcc Reports received at St Petersburg indicate that the fighting is ended Three men wero killed near Hush vllle Ind by coming in contact with a barbed w Iro fence that had been charged with electricity from the plant of tho Indianapolis Cincinnati True lion Co Tho Chicago grand jury indicted Paul 0 Stensland and Henry W Her ing former officers of tho defunct Milwaukcoavcnue Bank More than n score of indictments were returned against each man Owing to tho withdrawal of tho hydrants of tho Independent Water Company at Owcnsboro tho western section of that city is without fire pro tection and insurance rates brobably will bo raised in the near future In tho Franklin circuit court Tuesday tho cases of W S Taylor Charles Finlcy and other fugitives charged in tho Goebol murder case wero called as they havo been at every term of court there for several years and were ordered continued The Breath of Life Its a significant fact that tho strong est animal of its size the gorilla also has tho largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful ortmturos llow to keop tho breathing organs right should bo mans uhlofust study Like thousands of others Mrs Ori A Stephens of Port Williams u has learned how to do this Sho writes Three bottles of Dr Kings Now Discovery stopped my cough of two yours and cured mo of what my friends thought consump ion O Its grand for throat and lung troubles Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 60o and 110 Trial bottle free Two men tho other day in Chicago drank n bottlo of beer in their room at a hotel and it cost them 2500 Af ter drinking tho beer the men were found in their room in a stupor and they had been robbed of 2500 in cash and negotiable checks The beer had been drugged Stop It I A neglected cough or cold may load to serious bronchial or lung troubles Dont take chances when Foloys Honey and Tar affords perfect security from serious effects of a cold Pen nys Drug Store Wo almost shed tears during tho campaign of 1903 when we heard Mr McCrcary and Mr Hays tell how tho wicked lying Republicans were slan dering the incomparable Beckham etcher County Nows Of Interest to Many Foloys Kidney Cure will euro any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond tho reach of medicine ponnysiDru4 Uncle Reub Visits His Son in Il linois and Tells What he has Seen Mr AUBURN ILL Sept 7When tho last issuo of the cheapest and best of course the INTERIOR JOUR NAL was handed me by a messenger from the postofllcc homo and St Asaph environment were uppermost not without a slight twinge of homo sickness delightful as are tho surroundings and ministrations of loved ones After nearly two years I again enjoy a landscape view which fills a grangers breast with inevitable envy and I im agine would enthuse a painter Far as I can see arc farm houses and small clusters of shade and fruit trees dotting the perspective ocean of cornfields varied hero and there with oats stubble and small pastures for the few horses hogs and milk cows which suffice the grain growers Whilst local rains pre vailed during thr summer tho little of this amazingly fertile region that has been traversed in daytime has suffered little and the fields appear dangerously green for so nearly the period that kill- Ing frosts occur Ono farmer has counted an average row of his corn field carefully estimating size and confidently anticipates 24 barrels per acre Whllo I have not seen a bunch of beef cattle on pasture about 50 year lings of 800 or 900 pounds were driven through town yesterday and I will only say In description of them that the sight of them would start a flow of sa liva from Monte Fox and Jim Ed Bruce like a sugar tree tapped in spring time To illustrate leaps and bounds of ad vancing valuation of lands a farm that brought 42 an acre eight years ago was taken down a few days since at 135held for 150 It is surprising to sec the rich green of nearly all vegeta Lion hero when defoliation in Kentucky is so advanced It may bo that varieties afford explanation but it is con spicuous that varieties of grape vines that were almost leafless when I left homo are hero without a discolored learns rank luxuriant foliage as in May Just about here the roads are all dirt and in ideal condition now but no bottom is the order when not frozen in winter and a suggestion of hard roads to farmers is as exasperating as red rags to bulls or bloody shirts to our northern philanthropists Mack Huffman would not recognize- a Golddust strain in many of the pleasure driving horses The Percheron predominates and the speed suggests Red Johns old sorrel otold times and Judge Saufleys old Button But tho good people of this favored corner ap pear to realize that they will probably bo dead an indefinitely long time and common sense policy encourages gar wring some of tho good things in sight Comfort and convenience out weigh conventionalities and this citizenship certainly appears a favorite of the fates sensibly alive to the fact that an executor or administrator will eventually be unable to reach them by phone as to interpretation ofambiguous clauses Like a few of Lincoln countys enter rising farmers it seems an unwritten law to leave furs machinery hung up In fence rows and vehicles unsheltered for tho benefit of washing by rains and drying by wind and sun At manufacturing centers Labor Day was religiously If reluctantlyobserv ed by all who handle stun with a union label but tho lid could be pried off by the invalid who had a prescription and his name was Hoots on that day I hat nothing stronger than coffee suggested Teddy has administered a fabulously prosperous time for farmers in provid ing favorable conditions over nearly all the grain and cotton growing belts Of curse some unavoidably failed of an equihlo distribution over tho whole country too big for that and some dried while others drowned out Tell Harve Helm I havnt seen n man who noedsto be seen to get him to the polls at the proper time and our young governor soars in the esteem of these suckers despite his inability to provide Hoosier material for a neck tie party that many good people say should be pulled off without proper frills Sincerely yours UNCLE REUB Chamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan Tho most successful medicines are those that old nature Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan Tuko it whoa you have u cold and it will allay the cough relieve tho lungs aid expectoration open the secretions and aid nature in restoring tho system to a healthy condition Thousands havo testified to Its superior excellence It counteracts any tendency of u cold to result In pneumonia Price 23o Large size 50c For salo by Stanford Drug Co S SHe draws from real llfee Artist No dentistBoston Transcript You Need a Hat That old straw looks rather shabby Let us fit you up with one of those new Tele tScopes I to now f t Distributing Depot for Pittsburgh Perfect Fences All Galvanized Stool Wires for field farm anti hog fencing The only electrically welded fence Every rod guaranteed perfect The DURABLE fence none so strong AH largo wires Highest EFFIENCY LOWIEST COST No wraps to hold Moisture and cacao Rust Absolutely STOCK PROOF We can SAVE YOU 3IONKY oil CALLAND SEE IT 0IL C COOCH lit SON Wnynosbiirg Ky 20000 THE 20000 ININPRMM Sd BIGPRPM MS BLUEIIRASSCZ F JJ 9 u cn LJ4 U nen J =FAN0 0 LEXINGTON SEPTEMBER 17th TO 22ndjThe biggest and best Fair ever held in the South Classifications include all classes of Live Stock and Agricultural Products Kopp5 famous Military Band tilgh class Amusements of all sorts For Catalogue and other information address CEO A 1Lexington DONT LET THIS BARGAIN PASS 1 haying ilecklud to Kit buck In tilt Mfrunntllo IHuliUsn will a on cagy terms and ut n bargain III Ueulrnlilo mldeiico on Inncn tor Htruct JloUio of seven rooiiH In mlill l tlou good cellar two lattice porch rooms krill and a llrntilinn both room Alto good burn tnout house wiuvhoiMo coal houio nod other outbuilding nod n Una guntfii Idenco outlmlUltiiKmmit rllncllll tn llrstclnsa repair partly now IlvMdoiuw has telo water works clot trmu lights mud hut lint not Kltit IInw Iwnllnn iiml best of neighphone Only two mlmiltn the L AX Depot For nml term cull on or luldrvM THUS tJ HAM Phone Stanford Ky Public Sale of Shorthorn Cattle 21 of Oakland and Troaduook Herds Auction at Danville Ky Monday Sept 17 1900 Me rsW DnndJ H Moore Apply to this office for catalogue r The Interior Journal E C WALTON r M F NORTH It a candidate for llcimtcntatlvfof Lincoln county iul jpct to tho action of lomo o ratio party J T ROBERTS It n candidate for Mnirltrntv In the Ornb Orchard Mnglttnrlnl DUtrlct sulijoot to the action of the IIcUlocrlltic putty Democratic Ticket For Cohijrcsi HARVEY HELM 1ofLincoln county A GREAT ovation was given William Jennings Bryan at Louisville Wednesday Ho was wined dined and paraded r all day and that night he spoko at the Armory to 22000 people who applaud his almost every utterance Hon Watterson presided at the Ar Icd meeting and made the opening of the evening Senator Car of Tennessee also spoke and W J Stone of Missouri in tSenator Mr Bryan in a brilliant ef peertt his hearers in every word and sylablo he uttered It was a great day in the Falls City and one long to be remembered Concern ing goverment ownership of railroads this is what Mr Bryan said If you whether tho question of gov 1ernnient ownership will be an issue in r of 1908 I answer I do not know If you ask me whether it tought to be in tho platform I reply I cannot tell until I know what the dem voters think upon the subject democrats believe that the next Iocratic should contain a plank in fa government ownership then that to bo included If the 4democrats think it ought not to contain such a plank then the plank ought not included I have spoken for my 1self and myself only and I did not know how the suggestion would be received I am now prepared to confess to you that it has been received more favorably than I expected THERE is no letting up with Gov- Beckham on the Sunday closing ques tion as the following from his speech at TayJorsville Spencer county will show I am a candidate for Senator I appear before you in that capacity but I am Governor of Kentucky before I am a candidate for any office and my efforts to enforce the Sunday IfI i cost mo this race well and good the meantime I want every person this audience to know that I do not mean to let go and that the Governor of Kentucky will assert himself to en force the Sunday law and that ho be lieves that this law can and will be en forced SINCE the act authorizing the organization of National Banks with a capital of 25000 and over passed March 1900 840 have been organized in the South with an aggregate capital of 45230500 Texas heads the list bllt Kentucky comes second with Gl new r banks with a capital of 4195000 This is a strong indication of the business growth of Dixieland and is most gratifying A DIVORCED wife has become the cook of her exhusbands wife at Dan ville III doubtless for the purpose of being better able to wreak her ven geance upon her If wife No 2 does not die of dyspepsia it will be a wonder thus MAINE didnt go hell bent for Gov Kent as she used to do but the dry State elected a republican governor and a delegation to Congress of the same complexion I POLITICAL Secretary Shaw is delivering a series of speeches in North Carolina Delia E Tandy has been appointed postmaster at Bliss Adair county Delaware Democrats in convention at Dover nominated a State ticket and indorsed William J Bryan for Presi denttM Gilbert of Barbourville will be a for the Democratic nomi nation for Congress in the Eleventh r districtWilliam J Bryan spoke to an audi ence of 12000 people in tho Coliseum at St Louis and was given a great ovation Mayor Charles F Thayer of Nor nominated for Governor ofwith was Connecticut by the Democratic State T Cobb Republican was reelected Governor of Maine by a 1plurality of less than 8000 over Cyrus 4WPresident Democrat Roosevelt has appointed Col Culver C Sniffen to be Paymaster General of the army to succeed Gen Francis S Dodge who retired The Independence League convention dosing session m New York its State ticketanominated headed by W It Hearstfor Governor in the Sixth district The Republicans SchuerTnan of Car have pittel Rhinock for Con f gross another larilb for the slaughterhouse t Colorado Democrats in convention adopted a platform indorsing Bryan for President and Alva Adams for Gov ernor Former Congressman Theodore A Bell was nominated for Governor by tho California State Democratic Con vention at Sacramento Alabama Democrats in convention nt Montgomery nominated Jbhn B Tyson for Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and John H Dowdell and T C Me Clellan for Associate Justices During his speech in Asheville N C Secretary Shaw mentioned W J Bry ans name and was forced by the ap plause that followed to wait a few min utes before resuming his address Chairman Griggs of the Democratic Congressional Committee declares that the result of the Maine election is most encouraging and that if tho ratio of Republican loss in that State continues in other States the next House will be safely Democratic In speaking of Gov Bcckhams speech tho Winchester Democrat says he paid a high compliment to McCreary as a gentleman but said that Hays was chosen to do the Senators dirty work and that McCreary could not get away from tho stigma of this alliance In declaring against Government ownership as a plank in tho Democratic platform Senator Raynor of Maryland declares the party must if it wishes to make Mr Bryan tho nomi nee make the contest on the personali ties of the candidates in which event Democratic chances would be even no matter who is the Republican candi date IN NEIGHBORRIN COUNTIES The wife of Dr W F Taylor is dead at Nichofasville Mrs Nancy Marrs aged 98 is dead at Campbellsville Pinevilles city tax is 180 as com pared with 2 last year Central University at Danville open ed Wednesday with a large attendance Russ Winkler of Richmond was stabbed five times and dangerously wounded by George Bradley a Lexington horseman- A southbound passsenger train carrying Louisville and Cincinnati coaches ran into a freight train at Barbourville Both engines and four freight cars were demolished and Fireman William Bryan was badly hurt The Citizens Bank and Trust Co has been organized and incorporated and will open for business on October 1 at Middlesboro The company is cap italized at 50000 Capt W F Nicholson is President J L Manring Vice President A I Miller Cashier and H 0 Nicholson Assistant Cashier Three prominent men of Danville who had come to this city to hear Bryan narrowly escaped death at Fifth and Market streets by being crushed between two cars moving in opposite directions The men are G W Coulter Sheriff of Boyle county W S Fitzgerald Jailer of Boyle coun ty who suffered severe internal in juries and H G Wingate aprominent farmer who received a scalp wound which required three stitches to close Louisville Herald CHURCH MATTERS Rev L C Kelley of Louisville will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning The annual meeting of the Kentucky Methodist Conference began at Winchester Wednesday The pastor of the Baptist church in Whitehall N Y has been asked by his congregation to resign because he declared from the pulpit that the Lori may be working through John D Rock efeller Our meeting at Mt Olive goes on with interest unabated 80 additions to date Will close Friday night I preached the funeral of William Watson a highly respected citizen of the East End Was buried in Crab Orchard cemetary writes Eld J G Liv ingstonBev R U Noel writes as follows from Waynesburg I have just clos ed a 10 days meeting at Pleasant Point church near Kingsville assisted by Rev E L Andrews of Covington Results visible 51 added to the church 37 of whom were by baptism Com menced here yesterday and had seven for baptism the first day and prospects for a good meeting The vote this morning is coming in slow but we hope to this end of the county by a good majority WAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy When my boy was two years old ho Lad a very severe attack of bowel omplaint but by the use of Cham bcrlataa Colic Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy we brought him out all right says Maggie Hlckox of Midland Mich This remedy can be de pended upon IM the most severe cases Even cholera Infaatum is cured by it Follow the plain printed directions and a cure Is certain For sale by Stanford Drug Co Three miles of steel steamers are under construction at the Great Lakes shipyards Their cost will exceed 11 GOODBYE BOOZE Goodbye old booze goodbye Weve voted you outwere dry Goodbye bartender out booze goes Youll never more paint the end of my nose Wove hit you hard well hit you again Weve stopped being drunkards well now be men Our children will now get boots and shoes For Ive bid farewell to you old booze No more tho dram shops will mo entice Ive drank tho dram Ive paid the price Misery and woe lie in your wake No more drinks will I ever take Farewell old booze farewell Youre buried deeper than hell The devil may take you And 1 want him to keep you For youre the drunkards death knell- Levingsworth Gov Beckham says the laws against the running of saloons theatres etc in Louisville must be enforced if it is necessary to call out the State militia Sam Lewis under life sentence in Harlan county for murder made his escape by sawing out of the jail Bingham Cumley and Miss Jennie Todd were married in Garrard This is Mr Cumleys third venture Horses Handled I inn prepared to brtwk and handle honb the month 1vrfuct tntlifNCtloii gunr IIltIUKIIHtinUorU Ky FOR SALE I My farm o abut 5L IIcI81 lenities North of Htifttonvllle on I anvllU pike Klnuly wnturvd nut of It In gram ncnn rendrum wheat Want toe at oncv Will eIcorn and hay crop with pence II tnkiu Inthc ni xtiUdiiy JC NKAI- Moriland Ky OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly White Mill HUB lien thoroughly renovated and It offlouruwolinch and Frutoy Slll grind for the toll IM formerly Qv men trltil W HHUITII rrupCnin Orchard Ky PUBLIC SALE I Maryinnooftctntrlxtract of about I6Jf acres of rich land In the Lnxrtua 0 KWVAliOAMJOUX 11utimnndectlCol To Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during the month of August sell nt n discount nil FRAMES ETCa- wl give the carne guarantee of satisfaction as before Office over Me Roberta Drug Store 9 to 12 A MJ 130to4iMW Stanford PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to quit haute keeping I will onHATU11DAYHKIT1CTH JlI oIIIlIfI1IJerMtYOW phaetonetH t8 good riding bridle A lot ot good giirden tools a good post hole digger and crammer A lot of uirpenteri took I now wushiuftubsnndtressesdroxerseoli lr tiMllIlK table many other kecpiupIwomyhouoand buildIntnt the door till one of the bent locution lit engogoIIIlong tho line of the Q d O Itnllroncl a Hwltcn now on the lot alto n mull ware hnll1hllyIIDWCo Chandler auctioneer Hlilo gins promptly nt 10 oclock Terms made known on day of sale HKUIIKX WILLIAMS McKlnmy Ky POSTED trlcUyforbidpalling oo our place and will proiecvte violator to the lull extent ot the law Mr Kate Ador Belcbenbacb Bro VonOrUenlllaDFredAlfred SImpton George Holmes RelchenbachCharlesA 0 Dunn M Holmes DugbertyMPeter W Tarter J Nevln Carter RootJFerrlllFBalmerCharlesJohn Meier LjlfDarldDaughmaDOnrlltena CameronMrsFred Hnndorf PA K R HAIR BALSAM ituon and tntninti tlw lists romot luiurtint growth 0117lIalew dmtiardndlCO t llm FARM FOR SALE I K 0 ncrei of llrl clneslnndltingonunit log Fork Lincoln county la situated mile from pike Wtwien luinvlllo A Hliln ford ThlM one of tlw bout forms In the county dood dwelling of Ix roomsnnd nil necesnry outbuilding V ncin In good and never fiilllng supply of water W KMIIOMVKKU = It H l No 8 Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE 1I1Ilnlllllo1 to iliiwrtifrcfk I desire rep naySerum of lliiicre on the Htftiifnrd A Crnb Orchard pike 2 mile from Cnib Or elmrd Farm Is well Improved with tom tirntlvely new retldenceiind All in cram 8 acres Iartlen wishing tl- llokotr tliiiiiliuocnn cull on Mr Iteluon who live on the farm n J HMITH Clllbert Creek Ky Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately determined to quit farming I will iwll privately my farm of lit Herr n wr IoivlniKlon theo Hltllllrlt ul ntlle from Iwm mllla froUl limsintvlne well eltuutetlonplke Crutrontish of COrti haI- Ilid oat stork bone timid rood mares Will wllut Imiiuln If IttMl a iMtyer In the next mi or W days II JI KINu MofPlniAl Ky Waynesburg Marble and Gran lift Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Denier In and Manufacturer Granite Monuments Marble United heUtr n HtHClnlty Olflc and work Wnyteiburif Ky nI rndBrttAgt PUBLIC SALE of n Mnroln County ltlne IniM Funs As agent and attorney In tart for the heirs of A O OllrlsmRn drrmitrd I will an- HATUKDAV OCT H IMrt at the dwelling Imilx on tIIIIllh never Moroland In llnroln soil lit thePAIIJtorrIntillgoodTBHM8 wile she to begin nt lu o clerk M hnrp- Kt WAltI AUJOllN Agent Col J Chandler Auct tea weaarr PRESCRIPTIONS I THREE HonestyAccuracy THINGS I Intolllgonpo are a put of overy preecrip lion wo fill The doctor tIx41 not write then down with the other ingredients bccntiK of a tacit understanding that they are to go in always and he I knows they WILL go in when you bring his order to us I o Sra aatass ford Drug co1 Notice of Election llegulur April term Lincoln County FUcnl Court tout pursuant to adjournment this l resent Hon renludKeprenMliiK with the followlnn Ju tier of the Huce PItWnntw-l Duddenirnnd W U Wnllln It Will moved by Justice W M JUuldernr nod kccondvd byjnitlce W If Wnllln that the following action taken by this court rime gntttd ot Lincoln county at the Ian term of the Lincoln circuit court hav lilt recommended n new courthoti for Lincoln county nod It appearing to time nit Infliction ol court that courthome now In ula unsafe and Inadequate fur titt- ublloroavenlenceand the prvtervatlon of ordered and td tat the of IlIlIu he IUIIIIIIIIIt1 n the sum necesiuiry to build n new courthouse and It Is further ordered that sot election lie held nnd tot0llopamnriuttime several voting prcclnctk In on the lilts day of Kavvmlwr lHMtlt0ilny of the next tem which the appropriation nboeceuggesiad skull be submitted to the legal Voters of county fur their np prnval or rejection county U directed Sdvertlomld election for at least a0 days next before the day thereof In time INTK IIIOK JOURNAl nowstutixr IieltiK the only new paper pubnhnl In Lincoln county and Ih 0 mire llrlCht to hold the election between the same hours that they ore required to hold elections for count olllcem election shall lie held unit conuelltlill respects as required by general election lows In forte In tlilx Htato lit the time I ho some Is held Thoclerk of tho Lincoln county courtshall elitist to be printed on the otllcliil ballots to Iwuiied In said election the words and ure Are you III fuvorof upproprlatliui of 1001 furlllillelln IIOW euurlhuuIl for Lincoln countyund have two spaces upon thin right of smile one for voters favoring limit to lio deidKnated by the word yon one for voters oppokliiK tbn to denlenated by the word No and said clerk shall prepare wild lull lot nil other r lllteb required by Hue HMol the Kentucky Htntutes In the event that the requisite number of legal voters of Uncoln county vote In favor of said IIllprollrllltlolllt In ordered that this court ellllst Lincoln county to the amount of ftoouutol prepared extent ed amid Issued on prlntetl forms under the seal ef the county to bo sinned by time frvIJncolncounty court nud Iw countersigned by the clerk of odd court to lit Lincoln Couirty No- IonnlllnnkotHtnnfonlKy a years front limo dnleof same with the of paying mimic In IS years from date which Ixinds shall not beam Kreater rote of Interest than 4iH cent payable semtannuiilly at Lin coin County Hank of Htanfordwtnd Interest coupons shall Ito attached to sold signed b the clerk of the Lincoln counly court wild lauds shall bo Issued In denomlnntlons of gut Tho ayes and nays were called on said motion and the same was panted unanimously nil of the Justices vat for Mime ttautely Justices It it Adorns W StDudderarsummit W D Wllllln being quorum of Ibis body ACopy Attest aBOOOPKU Clerk Lincoln County Klucul Coerl By K D Iennlngton n9 skosiWhile our stock is not just quite complete yet a very large per cent t- of our Shoes for Men Women and Childrens School Shoes r are in Ultras and Brockport for the LaIdies at 350 and 300 in Vici Kid and Patents l Blucher Lace and liuttontThe Manss and Walkover for Men at i 350 and 500tEverything thats H J McROBBRTS I STANFORD KENTUCKY i Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation with the grease of perspiration dog and stifle the pores them clear and to that natural oils may do work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN CREAM Keepf +withdraws every particle of impurity from the pores all the way through and gently exercising the facial muscles rounds r 1 them out to blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear but the natural glow of health GENEROUS SAMPLE FREE MASSAGE CREAM travelcombined MASSAGE development will DRUG STORESTANFORD KENTUCKY Coal I We lave the Inrgcet tock and beet variety of Goals ever offered in Lincoln County Come look nnd Ira convinced Yard at Stanford anti Rowland W S E B Denham First Bank vc 1ofPENNYS Picked ConLoliestPrlcesHonest NationalStanford Kyi Capital Stock SSOOOOi This inutltution was original eiubllibtd Is the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1MB then reorganized ai the National Bank of In lies and again reorganised ai the First National Baik of Stanford In llil having had practically an uninterrupted existence for 41 It li better supplied sow with facllltie for transact promptly and well than ever before In in long honorable career IccoDit of Individuals Fiduciaries aid Cir Mratleis solicited J wu Offlorrs J DCDOKER PresL- e T HAnn16 V Pres J J MoROBRRTs Obr I W D WEARENAII Chrt Dlriotors 1 Reid Danville T Harris Btantord J Rocker IItaDtor4 McKinneyp 8l111nfor4TJail Robinson Hubble StanforLJa x Tate Stanford 1 r T jv PLAIDS IrJIIIHhow windows in New York nro fullof nets bright pretty plaids range of skirt patterns in plaids at 8150 yard shadow ploid a at GO and 7iejplaid ginghams just the thing for wilftts suits and petticoat tit 10 and 12o Plaid silks at 75c and 8100 CAMBRICI lof Iorcalo comes i Red Navy null Black with white figures Also white grounds with figures Jiut the thing for hputo and school dresses Price 12JC 30inch wide I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY1 STANFORD KY SIIT M 1901 r DELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda at Penny Drug Store i PERSONALS N MRNRPKK JR has rcturne jJOIIS Vn II REID of Corbin is at Hus with hie family C M THOMPSON of Enycttct 1tny1I0 the homofolks hero F EDMIBTON of Louisville vtstl friends hero this weeks JOHN OWSLBY Rom has matriculated Ia Central University Danville JrMlM BULAll TOTTBN has returne ftom a visit to Paint Lick friends JUDOR JAMBS DUNTON of Somerset J was hero on legal business Tuesday rt Missus JANE AND MATTIE WALKER of Garrard arc with Mrs J C Hays ATTORNEY W J BROWN of Somur l sot was hero on business Wednesday MRS T W KINNEY of Junction City was tho guest of Mrs T D Ra t ncy MISSES Susie AM KATIE SAMPSON I col Merccr re with Miss Kato Now land V R COLEMAN of Thurmond W Va lvl itlng mother Mrs McD t Royalty Mn JOHN MURPHY of Jelllco was hero Wednesday en route to French Lick Ind MRS WALTER DENIIAM of Stanford U here the guest of Mrs Thco Linney J 1Advocate WALLACE has gone t to take a position with t tho L N- MESSRS J N MENEFEB and Earl Coleman went up to Carey Dell coun tyWcdnClldaynlghtMRS of Pinevillc was the guest of her brothers Messrs W L and J M McCarty Mn JOHN DOWNHR wife and little daughter Mildred are visiting rola tines in Ohio and Indiana MR J B CARTER of Cartornvillo Garrnnl county was horo yesterday returning from Louisville MR A M WARRHN returned to M o bile Ala Wednesday after n delightful visit to his Rltrtnta here THE Louisville Times printed n q picture of Col J W Guest of Orchard In IU Mondays edition MRS R it HOURIOAN of Mario countyarrived yesterday to visit her parents Mr and Mn II C Rupley f 1Miti6n8 JnNNm TOTTeN Of Lancaster Marguerite Pullins of Paint Lick arc guests of Miss Eulah Totten t MR ALFRED PENCE and Miss Don Pence returned yesterday from a visit to Misses Carson and Earl at Wyoming t 0 Tim Ladies Aid Society of tho Pros byterian church will meet with Mrs Bettio McKinney this afternoon at 3 o clock MESDAMEB SAMUEL GOLESRURO and Charles Genard of Indianapolis aro with their uncle Mr Reuben Williams j at McKinney MRS B C HOKTON of Millcrsburg is visiting Mrs N J Horton in tho t East End Rev Mr Merton will join her in a few days REV GILBERT GLASS came over from Covington to help swell the local option I majority lie is well pleased with his neW field of work- MESDAMES S M DUNCAN and J H White of Dallas Texas who have been with their parents in this county left for their homo Wednesday MRS HARRY D ALDRIDGE and vies itor Miss Tine Johnson of Lancaster are several days with rela tines near Olympian Springs MR WALTER EVERETT of Somerset but formerly of Stanford is threatened with blood poisoning and his friends aro very uneasy about his condition EDITOR E S ALBRIGHT of tho Mt Signal was on yesterdays 1train returning from Louisville where he tho matchless Bryan speak MRS GEORGE C KELLER MR AND I and Miss Josephine Keller of Danville reoently have moved to Louisville and will remain here permanently Courier Journal MESSRS J ARTHUR SANDERS of Nicholosvillc and II Wesley Reynolds of Richmond have returned homo after visit to J II Reynolds and a pleasant family at Moretand MRS J RoY B ROSE and handsome little son of Huatonville went to Cor bin Wednesday to spend some time with the husband and father there Mrs V B Morso accompanied them to thl place 4 BORN to the wife of A M Hunn a daughter TuckersJAnis M PHILLIPS wife and baby are in Cincinnati visIGHORGE G MKNBKUB has again entered college at Georgetown visitingMissMWWRB J W EAD3 J D Elmer and Thomas Ends and John L Meoki lairIrolttned to horIMISSES DORA AND MINNIE STRAUI theyboulthtlotaTHE Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs L M Omor nt 3 oclock Saturday afternoon MISS S MINNIE ANn STELLA RUTUH leave in a few days for Omaha Neb teachInJUWIBS JP BAILEY and R C War rcn lions Helm and J M AI ycrson and Messrs C V Gentry B DWentherford BryanLOCALS IHOCK salt at JII Baughman f Cos RING InitialsA Gto Leave at this ofilcc IGRArrs in abundance for sale Ed Stanford Goon farm handwanted John Tray lor Gilberts Creek Ky ILoST solid gold band ring on Main Street Leave at this office and get reward IW H hasrecently InstAlled one of tho handsomest and moat com plete rash registers wo have seen KEEP in mind tho sale of Mr Reuben Williams at McKinney tomorrow Sat urday Seo elsewhere what ho has to dispose of Mr00Uacres on Knob Lick Creek Tho price paid is private SOLD my interest In the store of L R Hughes Co to Mr Hughes who I trust will receive a liberal share of your patronage W A Carson ITill reunion of tho Blue and Gray begun at the camp grounds near Kings villo yesterday and will continuo until tomorrow A big crowd is In attend goodtimeDIG LAND SALEMR W J Aston has sold to Mr J L Williams 600 acres of tho splendid lion J S Ows Icy farm at Walnut Flat at 60 This includes the magnificent residence Mr Aston still has about 150 acres of land MEMBERS of tho Christian Endeavor Society will present tho laughable threeact comedy Mrs Briggs of the Poultry Yard toat Hunn CofTeys hall at Moreland on next Tuesday night Sept 18 Go and see a good show and at the same time help a good cause JONES KELSAYSsecond pic uic at Oak Grove near Yosemite on Saturday week Sept 22 promises to draw tho biggest crowd over seen at that place A very interesting pro gram has been arranged which includes contests of various kinds A good band will bo in attendance THE local option election was the oc casion of a great deal of speaking and Bonsidcrablo singing both of which were enjoyed Tho latter was an es pecially pleasing feature Wo dont know that either helped the cause to a great extent however but believe that sweet music did quito as much good as did tho abunbant flow of oratory JESSE FITZGERALD sentenced to hang at Barbourville Sept 21 has re quested tho authorities to so arrange tho trap that ho could spring it him self The unusual request of course will not be complied with Fitzgerald at no time has expressed concern over his fate but has presented dozens of miniature nooses to friends Ho was convicted for the murder of Mrs Robert Broughton and was in jail hero for some time for safekeeping s QUALITY PRICE POWERS Wo have tried to not overlook either of these trade bringing powers in the purchase of our Fall and Winter goods Thajuontli just passed we have spent in receiving and placing in stock lota of tinyV upnwe mention in this space some of the new goods just placed on sales Fon KENT Three nico rooms Ap ply to Mrs Leslie Carter 2t THERE will bo aspelling bee at Mt Xcnja Saturday evening at 8 oclock WANTED good hand to work on farm Comq recommended Dr Hugh Reid LOST between my homo and Stan ford n email open taco watch He ward Miss Sallie Taylor Woods II K PECK engineer on this branch of the L Nwho syflTcrcd a stroke of apoplexy at Crab Orchard Tuesday died in Louisville yesterday Ills home was at Lebanon Junction WANTED Position by young lady as compositor on weekly newspaper lIne had three years experience and can give best references Address INTER ion JOURNAL Stanford Ky TilE Harrodsburg Herald says that It is very probable that Mr Frank James cashier of the Mercer National Bank of that city will bo the republican nom nee for Congress in this district HAVE just secured the agency for one of the best wheat drills on the market A look and you will agree with us three of which will be sold at cost to Introduce them George II Farris t THE proposed joint debates between Gov Beckham and Senator McCreary have been declared oft friends of both gentlemen believing that the debates would not bo helpful to the democratic party ALL persons claims against Lincoln county must file same with county court clerk properly verified at a date not later than Sept 21 1906 G B Cooper clerk by E D Pennington D C Youn attention is called to the ads vertisement of W S E B Dcnham which appears on our second page They arc handling a splendid lot of coal and can fill your houso for a small amount DIG APPLE Mr W II Furr of the Flatwood section of Garranl sends us tho biggest apple we ever saw Ho has an orchard of 12 acres and has more of that splendid fruit than he knows what to do with Tho one sent us might bo passed oft for a water melon but for its color FREE TRIP TO LOUISVILLEThe Re tail Merchants Association of Louis will refund in cash your roundtrip fare based on excursion rates on the following 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 BIdg Louisville Ky LOCAL OPTION WON DY OVERWHELM ING MAJORITYThe biggest majority tho drys have received for a long time was that given in the local option election in this county Wednesday According to the figures obtainable at this writing the majority was 1246 which is a whopper considering tho fact that scarcely a two third voto was polled The local optionista worked like Trojans but many of those favor ing open saloons did not vote A majority of the Negroes wore seem ingly careless about the election and either voted as they wished or winter ed there votes The persuader so important a factor in the usual election was conspicious for its absence Tho election passed oft quietly and if there was a fight or even a serious quarrel we have not heard of it The decisive majority means that Lincoln county people want local option and intend to have it There is talk of a contest on the part of tho socalled whisky men and tho courts may be calledon to finally settle the question Following is the vote by precincto Local Option Against Stanford No1 121 54 2 111 90 3 169 65 4 123 36 Crab Orchard No1 221 61 It 2 161 80 Waynesburg No1 146 30 It 2 163 21 II 3 111 48 Hustonvillo No1 193 28 u 2 172 26 3 148 45 Total 1830 584 Majority 1246 MATRIMONIAL At Buffalo III John Harper aged 70 and Miss Lucy Robinson 26 were joined in wedlocks holy bonds Nine months ago C R Martin and Mrs Ella Caylor of Danville were united in marriage in Illinois but the announcement of the wedding has just been made Surprise was created at Versailles by tho announcement that Miss Ethel Wood and Huffman Young of Louis ville had been secretly married in Law renceburg Aug 23 Mr Young had beer theo some time and is connected with tho engineering corps of the Central Kentucky Traction Company He is a son of R II Young and his mother is a daughter of the lato Dr William Huffman of Lancaster- In the parlors of tho St Asaph Hotel Wednesday morning Dr Joseph L McCarty and Mss Maude Cohon were united in marriage Eld L M Omer officiating Dr McCarty is a broth er of Messrs W L and J M McCarty of this place and had been ill at the homo of tho former for a month He is a dentist in tho navy with head quarters in the Brooklyn yard and had come to Lincoln county to visit his brothers and aged mother He had been engaged to Miss Cohon who lives in Brooklyn for some time and when she heard of his illness she came to his bedside He had greatly improved when sho arrived and they were at onco made husband and wife The young couple went up to Pinevillc Wednesday afternoon to visithts sister Mrs W T Davis PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ewe sod tMUlfks the hair F1apae luxuriant roth anyHairCaret nip ear hair falling soenetIJOt Dr w FARM FOR RENT I III acres on Hanging Fork Hire land S goodtimothyundersigned on till form H A 1LKAHANTH House Land for Sale I will sell privately my house and five acres of land halm mile mm Turnersvllle In good neighbor liiMxl anti close to school mm church For particulars see w O McllKK Htnnfonl Ky MAN WANTED I t Moths one near Hlnnfonl to insist ut In sbpwlhg unit mllliiR ernes No pxpvr aco ntfCKMiry II willing to lit us tend yoiithorfiilcKtute luulneon Snlnry devote- part month to Imtient man willing to or his time to thin busines- s0001EIrATIVE INn 00 AndruK Illilg Minneapolis Minn PUBLIC SALE I HnvltiK sold my farm I will sell nt pUhllo Kale lit my pliuo adjoining Htluiill Bros nod JuhuH2Murphy In It Lincoln on- iHATlWUAY HKIT I IWrt the following personal property Two horses good for furor nod family use I cow IS acres of corn In shock nlto my household nml kitchen furniture All sunn under II dull over that amount credit of W days on good note with per ciiit Interest AOANNtcKinneyKy J rdootle Auctioneer LAND FOR SALE I Will null privately SMncron or fine fnrinlnK InmtMtunted one from Lancaster on Lexington plkenl out lUncrci In town llin Its About acres In cultivation rest Jn grass All under good fence and has plenty of never fnllhlg water house Is good and has all necessary outbuildings sslon given for sad11lg purposes tutu Fall and dwelllnl lint of year This furor should lie seen to booppreclateil H1nc the city council Is enforcing the laws lands In the vicinity of fcincuiter has advanced rap 11111 prlceand good prOlltrt Is In great demand W Moss administrator It M Mo s Lancaster K- yPUBLIC SALE I Having decided to locate permanently In Virginia I will on- THtlllHDAYOOT 41000- nt I oclock p at my place 18 mllo from KryantKVllIe on the lAzlngton pike tell to till highest bidder tho following descrllied iropertyi Two milk cows good gentle buggy nntru s years old not afrahl of steam or an automobile sound and rides Veil thoroughbred mare a years old sound and registered Farming liMple nents good two horse wagon hay frame I hay tatter twuhorse rake cutting lint row smoothing harrow two No 13 Vulcan plows slide mower grind stoneseveral carpenters tools also some household and kitchen furniture At same time and place will ofTdr for stile my term containing 00 tier of goal land is high state of eulllvn tlon nod In excellent repair A beautiful new cottage containing six rooms and kitch en good tarn carriage house servant house and all necessary outbuilding Terms made known on day of sale MAny H McilHATlI Capt I M Dunn Auct FLANNELETTES x IWe are showing a fine range of patterns in Twill and Armuro wear stat lOc yanlOUTING CLOTHS For comfortable Winter garments there is nothing to equal them V have aHgrndefl Co to lOc Ono wo call your attention to especially is a 10s outing in light stripes nail checks at ffyo Wo bought a caso of these which accounts for the low price BRAIDS We have the prettiest line of braids thito and colored we have ever haul We have a new braid with an edge at 0 yards for 35c See it iCopyrightDo You Know the Difference l Can You tell Partcotton from ALL iWOOL a Of Course You Want Your Clothes ALL WOOL Then buy of us We guarantee every Hart Schaflner Marx garment strictly not practically ALLWOOL Your moos ey back should any garment prove defective or unsatsfnctorIWe make you safe Why take a risk Let us clothe y- ouCUMMINSMCLAR t STANFORD KY 49- t141 y d svs o s a tis wM a1 Nti I ItI I 14+ ++ 14 11 II F + 111 111111111 t 101111 t GUARANTEED Is Every Pair of WARNERS RUSTPROOF CORSETS Guaranteed for What j Guaranteed not to Rust or Break in any length of time If so we will gladly supply you with a New Corset I 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 j i HhL M HUBY fe CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House IIwIIIIlIlIe STANFORD KENTUCKY J 4 1The Interior Journal SiOtTtdintlie Pott Office at Stanford aa xegtadclass malur arrokUsHiso TUKHUAYH AND IMUIM AT SOO PER yeAR CASH Wen not so paid ttOO will be charged Jesse W Sweene raoratrron I Terry Food Dad Sale Stab Lancaster Kyt Sojtes wellfed and cared for Upto date rigs at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE ft CLABSSON Preri f3111EI1 KVCITYr 3 jH VClas Turnout at Reasonable Rate It Special Attention to Traveling Men and pay For Sain t INSURANCE p91r Lightning uUhe WindStorm OtST UtA and and 31t8T be tai 1Gunrn ntoeederLosse PninglRec SDnc iunllcd Talk with rn tMAHONY Stanford Kentucky lleildonco Phone No 83 iWhenIn Imnvllle stop withIff B G FOXi and 8nlo Stable dude tone tJUn1YFeed rn 1I0rsIJS on IlIIl1d for lIul 11 ho In UI DlIlrkt tlll1 IPUC for IJO yearling mule mule colt Dad host colts I B G FoxDanvilleKy BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOUD KY Bpedal attention to Commercial Men i Your patronage is solicited Hones on commission teck Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale 1a1 wish to soil prlvntily my fnnn of 170 saares6 tulle West of r on the Iex tegton pike It Is well Improved nud lin plenty of water nnd Umber fenced In good repair Also an unimproved farm of 100 acres Sjlng midway between Lancaster and Lex MtCton Good outlet way Well Seuocil Tortnsruasoiiulilo T I1IK1UUNQ Starkbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You t Why buy rendymnde clothing whonther It to little dllTorenci In the price of high grade rendynutdosuits and n suit made to Tear meamircmunt by nn experienced tailor hate n handtome line spring am Se timer goods I can make from n low price Easiness suit to the finest dress suit Also vercoati trousers and fancy vests The spmpnny represent Is one of the teat H CKUPLEY the Tailor JJaJl Traylart DEALCB Ifilsk Brandu Wings Beer Guars Etc Barpenur Wet 1 to DpolSTANFORD KY Prenpt and polite attention Nothlnrtlbebe- Is rbl Mall phoo cr UltgrapS orjtri calve ttcattatlntlon e w1 CeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery etc STANFORD KENTUCKY Offlee Phone 1ST Tome Phone 15 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm W8 Also Dealers in Fur ahure MattiiigBRuge They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right F STANFORD KENTUCKY rviIY IIL u FARMERS DEPARTMENT A small farm near Cynthlana sold at 150 per acre H A Pleasants sold to Sidney Dun bar a mule colt for 100 A thoroughbred shorthorn bull for sale R C Hocker Stanford Three hundred acres of goodland for rent G A Swinebroad Danville Mrs Melissa Davis sold her farm of 200 acres two miles from Richmond at 90Lucille Marlow a twoyearold filly went a mile in 217 at the colored f lr atLexingtonW sold to Joe H Gibson of Somerset his black harness horse for 300 L Pt Nunnelley sold to T J Hobin son the 40 yearling cattle advertised In this paper at Sic Some Bourbon county farmers are offering as high as 225 per day for hands to cut and house tobacco FOR SALE Black Berkshire gUt weight 200 pounds with seven 1lgs two weeks old Mrs W B Mc HobertsIW IL Murphy sold to Eugene Jones 23 300pound hogs at 5Jc John S Murphy soldMr Jones 28 averaging 211 pounds at same price The crop estimating board of the DcI partment of Agriculture estimates the condition of the cotton crop of 1900 up to August 25 to be 773- I have 20 acres of land I wish to rent for wheat or rye the latter preferre Land adjoins Dr Fowlers farm Mrs Clifton Fowler Stanford Dr M K Pennington has sold his farm in Jessamine county three miles Prom Nicholasville to R L Ewell of London at 85 There were 170 acre lured Fever Summer Cold A J NusbaumBatesvillo Indiana writes Last year I suffered for hreo months with a summer cold 80 distressing that it Interfered with in mslncsa I had many of tho symj oms of hay fever and a doctors pro- scrIption did not reach my case and I ook several medicines which seemed to only aggravate my case Fort lately I insisted upon having Foloy1 loney and Tar In the yellow package and it quickly cured me My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the same success It Pennys Drug- Store In spite of the sudden activity of tho United States government it is deems cd that there is no intention to take nny part in the Cuban conflict besides that demanded by the critical situation in which Americans have been placed in the island That the president however has considered the ultimate pall ility of intervention or at least the use of force in safeguarding the interests of this government there can bo- no doubt Starving to Death Because her stomach was so weal ned by useless drugging that she ould not eat Mrs Mary H Walter of St Clair St Columbus O was iterally starving to death She write My stomach was so weak from uso less drugs that I could not eat and m lervcs so wrecked that I could not leap and not before I was given III to die was I Induced to try Electrl litters with the wonderful result that mprovement began at once and oomplete cure followed U Desthealti Tonic on earth GOc Gauranteed b ennys Drug Store Stanford Lyn rose Crab Orchard Samuel Gompers president ipf the American Federation of Labor lint Is sueda statement declaring the Main election result was a great moral victory for the people generally Mr Gom pers soon will go to Connecticut to oppose the reelection of Representative Large Charles Lilley Well Worth Trying- w H Brown the popular pensloi torney of Pittsfleld Vt says Next to a pension the best thing to- get is Dr Kings Now Life Pills It IIo- writes they keep my family In splon- did health Quick euro for IJoud acho Constipation and nillioutmoss 250 Guaranteed at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lynn Bros Crab chardCommissioner Garfield of the Bureau of Corporations will it is said- turn his attention to the tobacco business in un effort to ascertain if it not conducted along the line of an- illegal monopoly To Cure a Felon U says Sam Kendall of Phlllipsburg Iun just cover It over with Buck- lens Arnica Salve and the Salvo will do the rest it Quickest cure for Burns Bolls Sores Scalds Wounds Piles zema SnIt Uhemn Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25o nt- Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lno- Bros Crab Orchard Guaratnccd resident Roosevelt has completed tho first draft of his next annual message to Congress It w his intention to put on the finishing touches before leaving for Panama in November lI An insurance company to bankdepasfts Baltimore has bleen guaranteeI t4iI f Control Kentucky Real state xhange TITLE CO lIo mMIc rooia cottage and acr of lantl locate l about wile from Shelby City The bou Blond cost 4300 We will sell this place for 1100 No 209 acres S J miles lt miuncllon enr 2story 6ruomlrewedwellleg good Urn rill nark nIUM etc All In good rc r Ineludlnl fencing urn In cultiv lion lloodorcbardofpcacbn plumsapplreot- A irlentlld grape 6 rlor ISOO I grapes sold In one year close to school church etc and well watered medicated well at house stock well al barn etc Price f3fd1- AHourand Octet Mill Anderson county HI barrel capacity covered with trot built 8 am and water powe the latter 8 months of the year It la an ur todato teller mlll with burrs for corn and meal bolt The li of 7 years ruui U acre with the mill including what la wIth the house of S rooms All for 16250 or tl for tho mill and 11 acres One half cast Has One trade No mill In 10 miles No 22OA farm of 2lt handiuiae uod era story brick rhlnee nicelY furnished up to date la crery particular Htore room on propneIedmetocaoolInagood ol the nicest In county the is well watered and lvye well not a on fL There U only stout 20 acre In culUratloi and rut In gun llenl of Thl is I11ldtal borne sod a eplendld fArmIsle teas ooaMe No 1S1A toga of 800 acres one and onhlftulles ollrb of lluitonTllle on the Diutllle pike YelandalbillItult well watered Defer falling spring eta Al and fences are In goal Jbl fan liiituaiedintba t talon of Lincoln count and is an Ideal home U1 Ire house ban nnd nil other necaiiury outbuildings No 1ISA aria of Vt acres situated abouti tulle Irvin SUnlord and tulle from Crab Orcha d on the water ofWd rCreek TDaplacels cut In Shout 12 Sold anti can t subdivided About 2x acre In cultivation timber lunlclent to knp ulplace fine and onehalt story frame dwelling o u room hall porches etc Two good Ice house turns grantryi corn etc Place well water td two good tliternt at the door running stream through farm All buildings In good hare exrrp the boa fencing fair Price ft per acre Term TCGO arm of land near unction City cot li MTei gelds In grass a leyoung orcbardanduseofthebest grape hu- bn In Kentucky Party sold o- fPlealeak year Well watered and fencing good lee and churehe A twotorjr lOOlO frame dwelllnggood barn crib etc all goool repair 1rlce f8rsu- No Twoatorr frame dwelling of ill rOODlI two hall veranda 1e well at dour and all otter OfaUUr outbuilding Also large blacksmith hop 60130 and sheds lull length of shop and jet wide Thl property will be sold at a very ow price No 121Two houses and IoU altuated In Crab Orchard with alx and onthalf acre ol land at ichcd Uolh are frame cottager one contliUnr if send the other ot 3 room Stable two goof iprlnga etc The building are new and the enclng It ordinary Two goal garden and lire icre la Pasture Will Mil each place separately rasa whole Price on th property as a whole ilSOO No13A k3acmoflaad In the town limits of Rowland about 36 acre bottom land and M urea In woodland The place la well fenced and water ed water works well and cistern story frame back porch sum- serkltc6nAaJgoodceliar Uood barn and all ither neceiaarr oOlbulldln Including crib nasty etc All In good repair fencing In ante lau order all wire lecc Tnll Is a beautiful place a dealrabl howl close to town and will sell heap ano on easy term No 21791 acre farm In I mite ol Phil 6 room dwelling stars houx woke house well louse crib etc All the bulldlnci and fencing area fair condition Good apple orchard about 71 ICret In cultivation sect In g timber Watered by a never falling well and waters ol South Fort Irlce 200 n For Sale Privately v My house and 10 acres ot land situates JUt outside of town limit on the Bomeri pike louse has rooms kitchen and ear vents room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard one for stockI A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORDKENTUCKY011ico the Owslcj Building PUBLIC SALE I rIll will nt public auction nt nir place ftt MIlkHttiovllloouTHUllHDAYHKIT lrool My tock of general nivrelmiullx toxuthc with the eloro room Also my house end two ticsea of IntiU tidjolnliig house vniitnln lug live roulIII good barn uv rlu tliii well of lute wilier ISOUfd and lot lit Monilnnd uliiu N5S non of lend on OrnbUrclmnt Kork Houth tit Crab Orchard Thl liiml hue on It II cotitfortiillt awvlllnt iiiul M lIen of thulniul In under hence will slit sell 2J two enr old cattle i nlot Jersey milk cows Hood nillkcr J hone Imth pant ilrlvirsrt liom J liuRaUM Insiixxl rcimlr springwagun 2e tso buggylmraess touao hold and kllclHii furniture conslntltiK of Islet organ rlor unit I foMlriK tssl11 led room alit couch vrnnlrotic ntwlng liinclilne conlre tattles 2 vxtvnilon tiililtt 3 Pots of rhiitm 7 rovkcrv 5 cnrpvts I lient Inu Ktovoa 1 rntiKtm strut other thing too nu litrotl to nruntlon IVriu mode known on dray of sale- J W D1HUUN MllliilKevlllo Col J Mimulur AuitlonetT HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 New people In the United Stales have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all thlagi fair In all things clean In all hinge U U enentlally a family paper fly a special arrangement we are enabled to of ter the WEEKLY COUBIEBOUKNAL one year and this paper tor the fprlc named shove Send your subscription for the com- ebinatlontouttottdhe OjnrlorJoaraal I Cash Basis Business Pays We have placed tin our counter one of tho heat National Cash Registers made to assist us in makinjjour Gash liuaiuoss u Bucccfcs This machine will issue tq each cash customer a cash receipt and when the receipts amount to S10 they will bo ills counted at our store It pays Jo pay cash Try it mill be cou vinced i i WaH HIGGINS Stanford KentuckyI LiiuuP1Iul4Say 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 500riTSatisfacTion guaranteed SIH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KctitucRy CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 == = OFFCERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B OWSLEV Stanford S tl SHANKS Stanford 0 W OAHTKII Turnorivlllo W n OUUHINU 1reacherirllle L O QOOCII Wayneburg W n TRAYWR Qllbert Greek R L nciunrt Lancaster W 0 WALK In Stanford J B KOITEK Stanford W n BIIANKS Stanford J B PAXTOM Stanford We respectfully solicit th account of Individuals Firms end Corporations flanks and Hunker and nre prepared to furnish all depositors such accommodations nl are couilibsnt with safe bunking Modern unruly Deposit Boxes In our vault for uo of our Customers M IEXACT FACSIMILEOF PACKAGE OWING TO TI IN REASE s III our BueinoN and the Dcinnnd forlHighGrade Goods we have Bought the Famous Griffon Brand Clothes for the Fall and Win ter 1906 and 1907 J Mod Ii of which are ready fur your Inspection at Sam Robinson f Next Door to tho Lincoln County National Bank Stanford Kentucky u IBosrlTALIT DEtlOBT US TO rra The Mu It VIWnBLLouis 0uDUI SIll The cbinir purnt Inbona I am so much interest- was nunn tttn oldI the umo abC br an IlIouot Zrmo ali brwrKbiwailllb llrrlieaiin hasbeutwrtoraomettmeastra- ucenn malnlr from piatl trouble slimming 10 cn n docton In arwndnrw n a bt1 works all br Ule haunt medethellr ngltdbet emtlykeepingMraNeraomewbMmeraever- ago bran In body was aeeeta16o lets I maw ot sores oun hernial senlauunwasendredful hedoetonattlmeatbatltweslmeoewblforhermairopda of beet easetiro our t permission to me Zeni prumpiir avid U would Jtiltbt us to and to fur tbidmr o rn Zfnio nrl utrd cm lh optxr ran ot ibe budr ana lOOn nlietxt lb tbe urnMe 4i ircxi bf tbi hrbinc tn4 Thdoesurhidbendreastag 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Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery I Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash priIces by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD In PtnsoNAL supervision given to all Prcriptiona compoundedtI J1t rI t J aai114