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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Af t ftlpr 1g n i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL XXXIV STANFORD KYt TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1906 NO 53iJ HUSTONVILLE Dont fall to attend the splendid ser vices at the Uaptist church this week Frank North sold his farm on thi Liberty pike about tai acres to John UifTe at 19 The graded school tax Is now pMt duo and the penalty goes on Oct please call and settle Tho deposits in the Peoples flank at tho close of the second weeks business amounted to 15000 Mack Elliott mayor of Lung Branch has hought tho George licks farm adjoining Olympian Springs and will take possession at once Mr George P Crow and wife spent j 4 Sunday with friends in our city A number of our citizens are taking ir tho Blue Grass Fair Miss Sudlo Bills is visiting Mrs J A Blain M luc Lucy Bowman nnd Liz zlo Phillips of Liberty gUosU of Judge and Mrs Win Myors loft today to at tend thu Uluo Grass fair Rev S H Landers subject next Sunday morning Secret Faults Presbytery will meet hero Sept 25th Tho last service for tho summer at Mc Kinney will bo held next Sunday after noon at 380 Mrs Bottle Carpenter has sold her farm of 44 acres ono mile of our city on tho Stanford pike to Richard Uohon of Wayno county Wo are glad to wet come Mr IJohon and his excellent fam fly to our community Lutes Co shipped a car of heavy hogs to Cincinnati Monday for which they paid SIC D C Allen shipped a car of hOlts and cattlo to Cincinnati for which ho paid market prices George Cunningham shipped a car of butcher cattle to Cincinnati for which ho paid from 2 to 3c Guesta continuo to tax tho capacity of Olympian Springs and all arc loud in i their pralso of the efficiency of Its health giving waters Rheumatism In the most malignant form succumbs to Its bathe while almost every ailment to which tlesh is heir yields to Its curative powers A stock company capital- Ized at 20000 Is being agitated Miss Lena Edrington has returned from a two weeks visit to friends at Lebanon Masters Alva und Arthur Helm of Lexington aro visiting their uncle J K helm Miss Lena Barnett of Stanford is the guest of Mrs W G Routon Mr and Mrs William Stodgill relatives of Mr and Mrs Em molt McCormack and Mr nnd Mrs Frank North uro their guests Tho almost worthless stuff called blue limo stone by our county judge is being put on tho pikes of the West End In large quantities This clinic not as good as slate for road purposes but is moro easily quarried and crushed and lasts here where hauling is done about as long as Pat stayed In tho army to Wo tried It last fall on tho Danville plko and know whereof we spook Some Into acquisitions to our com munity aro typos of humanity entirely dllTvrent from our open hearted hospi table people for which not only our lo 9enlity but tIm entire State Is noted far and wide and Is proud of her notoriety Accumulative evidence of tholr short comings continue to crop out showing In every Instance a sad want of the proper observance of tho gulden rulo y rDo unto others as you would 4iavo them do unto you for nil of which we are exceedingly sorry l Wallace Hall loft for Freoport Saturday after a short vacation during which ho was notified by his superb tendent of another promotion which was very acceptable and well deserved Miss Alice Cabbell is In Louisville this week attending tho State Fair and catching on to tho latest fails in fall fashions Judge Myers returned Sat urday from n weeks labor in staves in Laurel Clay and Jackson counties Rev G W Mills has returned from Casey whore ho has been conducting a protracted meeting Some years past u few of thu worst professional ball players began a t fad of making a grand stand ploy in order to hold their jobs The same tac tics wore later resorted to by drivers and riders in horse racing and later ntlll by an inferior class of show people t but intelligent audiences soon caught on and giving them tho deserved hiss stopped It Now wo are confronted by tho deplorable use of a grandstand play from the pulpit by a few of tho weaker brothers who wo hope will see their error like their predecessors and profit therebyOn evening last the word went forth Let joy bo unconfined at the hospitable homo of Squire Arch Frye to which a number of his friends were summoned Tho occasion was in celebration of tho squires 65th birth day and water melons galore wero in t evidence The hostess called attention to tho predominating colors of red and green in tho dining gallery which sho said was significant of the kno- winggisaliSttoftheatlantibacheorsand and s l maids who attended this longtobore momborcd feast Prof McVey Judgi Josh Swbpe Rev S B Lander S D Yowell D C Allen George DInwiddic W S Dryo George D Wcathcrford W G Cowan A H C Dinwiddio and Misses Kate Bogle Sarah Curtis Lou Hockcr Fannie Mnginnis Margaro Dunn Joalo Bosley Llllio Goode hell Yogic bottle Logan Llzzio Boglo Co ra Lipps Ida French Julia Stagg flea sic Worthington Anna Bell Wheeler Lula Edrington Kathcrlno Alcorn Aria Wright Sudio Ellis Alice Cabbell Jennlo Dunn Mary Carpenter Dr tier tlo Carpenter and Mrs Salllo Shlpman Win Carpenter was tho only bachelor Invited who failed to show up and ho was accordingly suspended from tin ordur Toastmaster J D Swopo as sumed tho character of Barkis and announced his willingness to become a benedict and since tho avowed purposi of this B M Club is to exchange the bachelors hall for u homo of connubia felicity he is singing Darkest nights nil have n morning Though the sky be overcast longest lanes nil have a turning And tho tide has changed at last THE BUCOLIC BARD Sing a song of falltlinc Leaves are turnln red Guess this aint tho first fall That cro has been said Tis the rhymsters slogan Every year I vow Theyll bo sayin that sir Fifty years from now Sing a song of fnlltime Pumpkins on the ground Yaller as Is usual When tho fall comes round Squashes on tho squash vine Apples on tho bough Jest as they will bo sir Fifty years from now Sing a song of falltimo I Corn astandin rank Farmers fat nn happy Money in the bank Times aro good an easy As youll all allow hope theyll bo that way sir Fifty years from now Pain from a Brun Promptly Ro llover by Chamberlains Pain Balm- A little child of Michael Strauss of Vernun Conn was recently in great pain from a burn on tho hand and as cold applications only Increased tho Inflammation Mr Strauss came to Mr JamttsX Nichols a local merchant for something to stop tho pain Mr Nichols says MI advised him to use Chamberlains Vain Balm anti tho first application drew out tho inflam mation and gave Immediate relief 1 have used tills liniment myself and recommend It very often for outs burns strains and lamo back and have never known It to disappoint For sale by Stanford Drug Co WHY FATHER WORKS Mother lounges at the club Willie motorsreckless club Teachers work on Pollys voice Art for Marythats her choice Susie thinks shell write a book Wears a soulful haunted look Gussie thinks that shu will play A piano some sweet day Baby has n nurse or two Must be French or they wont do This is nil the family cept Father dear and ho is kept On the jump to got tho scads Needed for tho utters fads How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of append ioltU aro those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup euros chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowel and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau seate or gripe and Is mild and pleas ant to take Refuse substitutes Pen nys Drug Store r Lieut Gen Henry C Corbin com manding tho Northern division of tho army In n report to tho Military Secretory contributes his approval of tho legislative prohibition against tho sale of beer and light wines in the post exchanges Gov Luko P Blackburn whose rep tation as a physician and phllanthro dst is too well known to need further comment onco said Concentrated grab Orchard Water is tho best uper ient known to tho medical profession and will euro moro diseases than any ono remedy I have ever used Get a ottlo of Whites Diamond Brand Crab rchard Water For sale by nil druggists and country stores Tho Cincinnati CralCo lost 31 cars of grain and hay and their big elevator by fire at Covington Loss bout 75000 Tho first frost of the season is reported from Balhton N Y NEWS NOTES Capt James G Cheyne for year u captain sailing tho Great Lakes died in Milwaukee Judge Thomas H Malone one of tho bestknown jurists In tho South diet at his home near Nashville Five men wero arrested in Chicago on a charge of selling bogus bonds In different parts of the United States Charles Tuttle aged 30 of Cincinna tl was run over and killed by an Inter urban car in the suburbs of Lexington Miss Ethel Roosevelt daughter of the president was thrown from a buggy near Oyster Bay but sustained no seri ous injuries Tho stock of the Rending Railroad Co rose more than seven points oij enormous speculative dealings on the New York Stock Exchange Snow 14 inches deep fell on the Mountains of Western Colorado Satur day Below tho elevation of 10000 feet tho snow melted as it fell Rear Admiral Evans has complained to tho Secretary of tho Navy that the sailors of his fleet were brutally treat ed by tho police of Portland Me Ensign Charles Adams Blakely who is one of tho officers of the detachment of sailors from tho cruiser Denver landed in Havana is a native of Kentucky Failure In blackmailing efforts it is alleged in court Was tho cause of the attempts made to destroy the French Lick and West linden Casinos with dynamite a few weeks ago There has been an engagement be tween soldiers of the Dominican gov ernment and the rebels The fighting was severe but tho rebels succeeded In driving back the government forces Tho boiler at a largo saw mill in Men ifce county exploded and two men killed crushing them Into an unrecog nizable mass Tho wife and child of ono of tho dead men were fatally burn edPrince Henry of Prussia has been appointed commnnderinchlof of all tho German squadrons in active service He succeeds Admiral von Koester who retains the post of chief Inspector ofI the navy Russian authorities have discovered that a telegram of condolence supposedly sent by King Edward VII to the widow of Gen Min is a forgery and a rigid investigation of the affair is truing carriedon Mrs Elizabeth Blair Lee a Kentucky woman who was tho Intimate friend of Andrew Jackson and a woman prominent in the affairs of the National capital is dead She was born in Frankfort and her family on both sides has been prominent in public life Thousands of persons trying to get a glimpse of Mrs Nicholas Longworth at Columbus 0 as she was about to unveil the monument of William Mc Kinney crowded so that a panic ensued and many persons were injured At a meeting attended by thousands of students in St Petersburg it was resolved to reopen the universities and begin actual academic work thus put ting an end to tho paraysis in the edu catlonal system of Russia which has continued for the last two years Tho Breath of Life Its u significant fact that tho strong est animal of its size tho gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs moons powerful creatures How to keep the breathing organs right should to mans ohlefest study Like thous ands of others Mrs Ori A Stophons of Port Williams 0 tins learned how to do this She writes Threw bottles of Dr Kings Now Discovery stupped my cough of two years and ourad mo of what my friends thought consump lion 0 Its grand for throat and lung troubles Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Hro Crab Orchard 1rluo hOc and 8100 Trial bottlo free John Harper of Norfolk Va had been drinking and was found senseless in tho road Ho was carried home a coroners jury was called and the mourners wero recounting tho good deeds of tho deceased when he sut up and yelled for a drink Stop It I A neglected cough or cold may lend to serious bronchial or lung troubles Dont tuko chaqcus when Foleys Honey and Tar Atrordsporfeotseeurlty from serious ofTects of a cold Pen nys Drug Store Col E A Garlington of the army a native of South Carolina will sue ceed Gen G H Burton tho Inspector General of the Army when the latter retires within a few days Col Gar lington is a brotherinlaw of Gen J Franklin Bell Of Interest to Many Foloys Kidney Cure will euro any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond the roach of modiclno No medicine can do more Poinys Drug Store 0 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES There are said to be over 200 case of typhoid fever in Harrodsburg and Mercer county The west end of Boyle is at the tresh hold of an epidemic of typhoid fever says the Advocate Frank Greer an employe of tho L N was killed while unloading polo from a car at Middlesboro John England watt sentenced to two years in the penitentiary in the Bel circuit court for horse stealing A large crowd witnessed the laying of tho corner stone of the Masonic Temple at Lawrenceburg Friday Mrs Sarah Duncan is dead at her home in North Garrard of heart disease Sho was 63 years old and leaves a familyA county jury gave Jot Taylor of Mt Vernon a verdict fox 10000 against the L N Taylor son was killed by a train Mrs Nancy Marrs who died at Camp bellsville last week at the ago of OS was the grandmother of Mrs L M Westerfield of Livingston Joseph Walsh has filed suit for 4000 damages in the Marion circuit court against tho L N Walsh lost botl legs in tho Louisvillo switch yards Grant Cook a wellknown young man formerly of Danville died in Lou isvillo after an illness of only a foe hours He is survived by a wife and one child About 2 oclock yesterday tho spirit of Mrs T Fish took its flight to a grander and nobler world The deceas ed was about 70 years of ago and be longed to ono of the oldest and most prominent families of the county Mt Vernon Signal Don K Price of Middlcsboro was appointed trainmaster of the Cumber land Valley division of the L N railroad succeeding W L Surran rc signed Mr Price is only 25 years old and is the youngest trainmaster in tho L N service- A G Myers of Waynesburg and K R Kelley of Junction City carpenters employed on tho new buildings at the depot sustained painful injuries by the breaking of a scaffold on which they were working They fell about 10 feet and were badly bruised It was at first thought that the men had been inter nally injured Advocate MATRIMONIAL At Paris Jacob and James Fryman wore married to Misses Florida and Elly Fryman by a single ceremony They aro all related On last Monday evening at the 1st Presbyterian church at Louisville Miss Ada Shelton daughter of Mrs Carrie Shelton of this place was mar ried to Mr W E Harlan of Louisville Rev Mr Lyons performing the ceremony Miss Shelton Is quite an accomplished and handsome young lady and has many friends here Mr Har lan is an engineer on the main line of the L N and is a most excellent young man Tho INTERIOR JOURNAL extends its best wishes to the happy couple and wishes them much joy and happiness Mr nnd Mrs Harlan spent several days with the latters mother hero on their honymoon and left yes terday for Louisville where they will make their futuro home Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A1 Nusbaumnatosvlllo Indiana writes Last year 1 suffered for three months with a sunnnor cold so distressing that it interfered with my business I had tinny of tho symp toms of hay fever and u doctors pre scription did not reach my ease and I took several medicines while seemed to only aggravate my eURO Fortunately I Insisted upon having Foloys Hboey and Tar In the yellow package and It quickly wired mo My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the same success to Pennys Drug Store A helpless launch in New York bay collided with a scow and three per tons were drowned the crew of the tug drawing the scow refusing to ren der aid Chamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan The most successful medicines are those that aid nature Chamberlains rough Remedy acts on this plan Take It when you havo u cold and It will allay the cough relieve the lungs aid expectoration open the secretions end aid nature in restoring the system to n healthy condition Thousands liavo testified to its supertoroxeollenco It counteracts any tendency of u cold to result in pneumonia Price 25c Largo size SOc For sale by Stanford Drug Co The shurilrof Kenton county and his deputies raided a pool room at Coving ton and arrested a number of proml tent men who wero making bets on tho Louisville races W J5 PerkinsCrab Distributing Depot for All Galvanized Steel Wires for field lunu nUll hog fencing Tho only electrically welded fence Every rod guaranteed perfect Thb DURABLE fence none so strong All large wires Highest EFFIENCY LOWEST COST No wraps to huM Moisture end cause Rust 0 THE WELD THATHLE D OrchardI Pittsburgh Perfect Fences Absolutely STOCK PROOF We can SAVE YOU MONEY on FencingnCALLAND SEE IT 1L G COOCH a SON Wayncsburg Ky d 20000 IN PREMIUM THEDinB- LUEGRASS FAIRi 2O000 IN raMiuM s LE8SGTO T SEPTEMBER 11th T0 22n The biggest and best Fair ever held In the South Classifications Include all classes of Live Stock and Agricultural Produce Koppa famous Military Band Highclass Amusements of all sort For Catalogue and other Information address GEO A RAIN SecyL- exington Ky DONT LET THIS BARGAIN PASS 1 lluvInK diddid OliO Imck In the Mvrnintllo Jhulm8i1JI will well oil easy terms and tit nljunwln my lUMlruble residence on I nutttir of seven rooms in addl tlou good collar two lattice roh rooms lull anti u flrstnliix until room Alio good luirn meat hogs witratiouto coal houto and other outbullclln iiiiiU u tine gitnlon ltus Idenco outbuilding unit funoliiii In llr tclns repair partly now llenldenco has teltj neighbarsiMltlrcM THOH U ItAiIrhonoltl Wunfonl Kyfir c r 1 a 1I The Interior Journal E C WALTONI M F NORTH If n candidate for Itennwntntlrpof Mncoln county IHino eratlc pnrtyIIi rnmllilntw for Mnglstrnlo In tin Crnti Orclmrtl Mngltturliil l ttrlct subject to tho notion of till party Democratic Ticketf For Congress HARVEY HELM It of Lincoln county ri TUB battleship Connecticut one of the largest of the sea monsters yet ilaunched is about to go into commis 700 men to oflker and man it can be secured Speaking of It- t a contemporary says These marine ffortresses are the costliest toys of the t From the time of their outfit until they go to the scrap Iheap they arc a continuous source of theavy expenditure If a warship ru mains serviceable for 25 years the fact is deemed remarkable Suppose the wallsII J THE Pennsylvania capitol which was to cost originally 4000000 has already cost 8000000 and the State Treasurer t 1has just issued a statement that it will cost 10000000 before it is completed Thats the way they do in Republican i ft States THEY dont take to Boni Hays in Johnson county After having been well advertised to speak at Paintsville not a soul was present to hear the miserable old demagogue Tim courthouse was two small for f tt Gov Bcckhatna audience at Hodgens ville Friday and a stand was built by t his enthusiastic friends from which he i spoke to 1500 people TilE new head and headlines of The t Kentucky State Journal make that paper not only the best democratic daily in Kentucky but the best looking as welt f ff tANEWYoRK woman gave a poor man returning to her a f r box containing 2000Q in bills Verily honesty is sometimes rewarded t TEDDYS soninlaw has again tee nominated for Congress A lucky dog is Nick 17i POLITICAL Wyoming democrats in convention at Cheyenne nominated S A V Keister for governor t Colorado republicans in convention at Denver nominated Philip B Stewart i of El Paso county for governor William J Bryan will continue his Southern tour this week and will de fliver an address at Atlanta onTursday- A A Curtis formerly of Richmond died at Huntington W Va while i tviiting his sister He was 48 years of age tWilliam J Bryan spoke Saturday at Va Fair That night he delivered an address to a great crowd of the Sixth Tennessee district in convention at Nashville nom I inated J W Johnson of Davidson county for Congress r R G Williams of Covingtonhas of ficially announced his candidacy for tho democratic nomination for State Sena tor from Kenton county Heres hop- J ing he will win by thousands 1 Judge Bunk Gardner of Mayfield has announced his candidacy for rail road commissioner from the first dis trict to oppose McD Fergurson the incumbent Judge Gardner has been r 1 police judge of Mayaville for six years SThe Waterville Sentinel owned by Cyrus W Davis who was the Demo tj cratic candidate for Governor of Maine claims that the election in that State f doubt and that complete returns 11may show the election of a Demo cratic Legislature t Todays primary elections will be held in New York city by bofr the Democratic and Republican parties Much interest is taken in these primaries this year because of contests for control being waged against B B Odell Jr the present head of the t State Republican organiaotion and f Charles F Murphy head of the Tam many Democracy Following is the agreement signed by the candidates for U S Senator anent I the proposed debates We have had a full and free conference concerning i joint debates between us and while both of us would be glad to jointly dis cuss the issues of the campaign still a great number of the friends of eachof r us advise strongly against holding joint J debates Therefore desiring harmony in the democratic party and yielding to the advice of our friends we have agreed to abandon the joint debatee and each of us will prosecute his can 1vas in such a way as seems propert t rJ c W Beckhani ras B r c McCreary addressed a big ISenator Lebanon Saturday was made Mon day that the Indianapolis Terro Haute beginImended by President Roosevelt William J Bryan gave out an inter view on tho Cuban situation in which ho declared that the United States should not intervene except in the event that its services arc asked in acting as arbiter He approved the action of the Government in ordering tho marines landed at Havana with drawn Here and There Mrs George D Baker laughed her self to death a New London Conn Fivo children were drowned in a lake at Port Felix N S while bath ingFormer Gov Aaron Thomas Bliss of Michigan died in Milwaukee of njxj plexyHarrods Creek a resident precinct close to Louisville went dry 175 to 6J Preston accidentally shot him self and died from the effects at Juuc tion City Prohibitionists won in the local option election in Trigg county Saturday by 64 majority Humphrey Hudson bought the Sim Slaughter farm of 291 acres near Danville for 18000 Twelve people were injured in a street car collision at Seattle three of them probably fatally In the collapse of a large hotel at Chihuahua Mexico four persons were killed and many injured Four robbers blew open the safes in the two banks at Underwood Minn and secured about 10000 Prof E L Grubbs of Junction City has been elected superintendent of the CatlcttsburgGraded School In Bath county William Calvert and his son died within a few hours and were buried in the same grave Tho Government if Ecvador has signed an undertaking for a loan of 27000000 payable in 50 years The drys were victorious in the Hardin county local option election Sat urday by a majority of 551 votes Ten Thousand pounds of dynamite exploded in a magazine near Nashville and the report was heard for 40 mile A general strike of all shop employes on the Wabash railroad has been or dered About 1600 men will be effect ed At Fulton Jim KImbro a Negro was given five years for attempted as sault in a trial which lasted just 10 men were blown to pieces as the result of the permature explosion of dynamite at a railroad camp near Kenova Minn CHURCH MATTERS TilE meeting at Mt Olive closed with 104 additions to the church writes Eld J G Livingston During his pastorate of fours years in Nicholasville Dr W F Taylor received into the Methodist church 112 members Rev G W Mills meeting at Green River church resulted in 17 additions to that church and a general awakening of its members- J W Lively will begin a series of discourses in the lecture room of the Christian church tonight All denominations are invited Normans Chapel church at Rheba will be dedicated on the fifth Sunday in September by Bishop T C Carter of Chattanooga Casey County News Rev J Q Montgomery of Liberty and Ira M Bosworth of Chattanooga begun a protracted meeting at the Christian church at Junction City Sun dayDr W F Vaughan who was presiding elder of this district will be pastor of the Methodist church here this year Rev P J Ross was tent to Hughes Chapel near Covington To Cure a Felon says Sam Kendall of Phllllpsburg Kan just cover it over with Buck lens Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rest II Quickest cure for Burns Bolts Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Guaratneed ALL persons having claims against Lincoln county must file same with county court clerk properly verified at a date not later than Sept 24 1906 G B Cooper clerk byE D Pennington DCSSn The laxative effect of Chamberlains IssoagreeIrealize that it is produced by a medicine These tablets also cure Indigestion and biliousness Price 25c Samples free at Stanford Drug Co a WANTED Position by young lady as compositor on weekly newspaper had experience can give best references Address INTER IOR JOURNAL Stanford Ky SALEMr John Steele Carpenter will have a sale of his landand person alty at his farm near Hustonville on Tuesday Oct 2 See ad this issue CORNS CuREDCorn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days Thc treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G LPenny druggist Stanford Ky DONT fail to see the great Pete Bt ker in A Race for a Widow at Vial tons Opera House next Tuesday night Sept 25- thHorses Handled I mil propHrwl to Irtnk anti hindu liorioi liy ths month Perfect fiitlsfnctloil cimr pvnRuHlllnronl Ky FOR SALEM I v of ntMUit Xttncrm IX nilltg North of lluitonvllle on DiuivlHi1 pike Klnely wnterwl nioit of It In CiiiM rtiuI for vlwiit Vnut to tII nt ofteN Will corn und hay crop with iilnre If tHkin In the next Mutiny Jo NKAL- Moiwlnml Ky OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whites MItIi tin Ittvn thoroughly renovnted fliRt II now In Hne condition 10 mnkw Ui List of Hour Cuttom grinding done Oil tncb TuoMltiy mid 11dl grind for the toll n formerly live me n W IIHMITII IIrolOI Orchard Ky PUBLICSALEI rRryJIItbo power confrnlillpoll III hy the III of atractluuurbiof llu tonvllle on thv Lllicr ty on HATUKOAY afternoon nt a o clock Uctolwrctli Torino on day of Mil- eKIWAKPAIXJOUN Kxr Mary June HulTniiintlecM Uol J P Uliundlor Au- ctPUBLICSALE I pUlltllNlhJulia H Murphy In Welt Lincoln on- HATUKDAYHKPTSS lljm TwolioricsIBiicrunof corn In hock iIu my household fillrnshovarttlntIiflunton good note with o per cent Intoreit H A 1ANN MoKlnney Ky J P Uoode Auctioneer LAND FOR SALE I fumlnK11I1It 11mItlcnikii All under Rood fence and bill plenty of neverfulling water Dwelling IOUM good mid him sill neceouiry outbuilding thlYIIIIIlI1tahould lie een to appreciated Hlnce the city council Ii enforcing the lawn land In the vicinity of Lnnra ter linn advanced rap IInIItcImolltlMoan Lnncailer Ky Marshals Sale for Taxes On Saturday Oct 6 1906 I will betwetit tlt tuours of oclock A slid o clock f In Crab Orchard Ky twtbIdtItrpenhtyiiamei will dUappeart SOKdmUtonKarri Mr Hcott 1 W COHolme70MooreinMngeeIlenxant Joe HIItogervJ O IttDDLK Manilla of Crab Orchard To Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during the month of August sell at a discount all FRAMES ETC nod give tho same guarantee of satisfaction as before Office over Me Roberta Drug Store U to 12 A M 130 to 4 p M WIN Craig Stanford POSTED strictlyforbidprosecutedolatora DroFredFred VonAllman Fred Baumann Alfred Slmpion George Holme RelchenbaehCbnrleA 0 Dunn S M Holme WRDaucbettTMPeter W Carter J Nevln Carter BootJFerrlllPBalmerCharles LindseyJacobDavid Stephens Mary Hottmann liaughmanObrhstena Jacob JtetweJn Sum Oameroo Mn Uj Aihlock Fred Hnndorf PARKE I HAIR BALSAM Clttiw anil trttiiintf tail I rrofnrttl I laturkct Itnnrth I liner P 1t tore Orsj JUlr to it Touthful Color I Cur K illietr hair KwwdllHia ItLI FARM FOR SALE I IIOS ncr i of ImtPliiMilalKl lying oiillnli IIIIl Fork liICnifl county U lultuuuiteti MtIuJiforthcounty uooil dwelling of klx roonmand till necessary outbullillng Kcnclng In gooil condition and never of water W KHmiMXKKIl It F l No t Ktanfonl Ky FARM FOR SALEI Having moved to IllberUlrrpk I deilru to mill my farm of HUmrenon the Htnnford v Crab Orchard pike xiiilh from Unit Or chanl Purist U welt Improved with com paratlvely now rusideutee luit outhouieM All Ill grace ncre Parties vliblng to lookover the place can cull Mr Iteldon who live on tlut farm nJHMITirMIIUrU Creek Ky Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately HitYln determined to quit farmlnn I will hill privately lui fnrm of JU turret near More landon tho OK Itallroail Vinllevfrom UanvllKMH iiilKw from Huitonvllle well on pike UropConMtiU corn ln y luul ontll 110tkIIII1II jack home itMd brooil a ImrHHln If I nml n Iraytr In the next or to day 1111 KINC4 MorelntHt Ky Waynesburg Marble and Gran Hi Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor iHaler In anti Manufacturer of GraniteMonuments Marble 1bulit4 IAttcr a pclnlty Ofllce and work Wnyneburg ladgtt Ait PUBLIC SALE of a Uiiroln CiUmly lllue jolts Farm As agent nml attorney In fact for the helm of A ti Onrliman deceased I will on HATUHUAY OUT tI Ittit at the dwelling IIOIIMI on tlHlI1nlllllIlInr4ureitind III lincoin public auction to tint hlghext bidder the or to AOllKHon which alil UhrU verylOttflltitflootiTflItMMMiuie tnlw Hale to Ugtn at liioVlock M sharp KinVAIltt AIX3OHN Agent tol J I Chandler Au- ctIPRESCRJPT10NS I I THREE HonestyAccuracy THINGS II are a jwrt Intelligence of every prescrip I tion we fill The doctor dooa not write them down with the other ingredients bccnuw of n tacit uiulentninling that they I are to go in nlways and ho I knows they WILL go in when you bring his order to ti- sStapfoYdthtMI co1 Notice of Election term lhi Lincoln County HcllullrlllllllItthlllrut judge preildlng with lit tIee or the pence Il K Adam W M Duddernriind W II Wnllln It Will inovetl by Jutllce W M Imddernr nnl wcondi l liy Jtutlcc V Wnllln that the following action lit taken by thin court The grand of Lincoln county at the lust term of the Lincoln circuit court hay hug recommended a stew ri urthoui for Lincoln county and It appearing to the wit Ufuctlou of tin court that courthoiue now In Ube U umuife and lnndeiuate for the public convenience and the pre ervntlon of the records It U ordered and adjudg ed thinS the um of tXMUi be ugge ted as the KUIII necesidiry to build a new courthouse and It Is further ordered that an election be a poll opened at the teveral voting Precincts In Lincoln county on tho nth day lux t be day of t lie next gull IIplrlllrIRIIIIIIIIhovoter of Lincoln county for ap rejectionThe county Is directed to ndvertUu said election for at least w dayn next before tit day thereof In the INTK Kloit JOUHNAI iiewdiHiper Ulng the nitty- lewspuuIr IlIlhlohlll Lincoln county and the otllcerK of lire directed to hold the election between the mini hours that they lire required to bold election for eoulII officer whlchc lection ahull Iw held and clllllllletclllIlIlI respects ait required by the general election law In force In thlll Htatv at tilt time the Mime Is held Tho cleric of the Lincoln county court ihatl rnuko to be printout on the olllclal ballot to used In unld election thu word and fig tlnu Art you In favorof an appropriation or IOtul for hili loll a new courtboute for Llncolii county and have two npiiee upon thu of game one for voter favoring thuIappropriation to designated by tho word No clerk shall prepare mild lull lot III all III required by Uec H iof the Kentucky HtatllteM- In the event that requMtu number of legal voters of Lincoln 10ulIlrule In favor of III It approprliitlon that thus court cause tile of Lincoln county to the amount uf IKi JHito U preimrinl execut ed and Issued on printed form under the ten of the county lgmd by tbu pre ildlng Judguof the Llncoliicouiitycoiirtiind lie eoulIlr h the clerk of mild court payable to hearer at Lincoln Oounty Na link of Htanford 5 yearn from the dRle of amu with tho option of paying Mime In years from date which hands shall not bear greater rate of Interest than per edit payable iftnluiimially at Lin coln County Hank of Htanford ind Interest coupons nhull Iw attached to wild bond signet h thu clerk of the Lincoln county court Hidd bonds shall IM Uiued hi denominations of pik The lives and nay were called on said motion and theiamo wn patted unanimously all of theluntlce vol mine namely Justice I it Adam WM Uullllerur and W V Wallln being u quorum of this body A tent i OB COOlKH fork Lincoln County Klcal Court fly K P 1eunliiHton II u SHOES lWhile Our stock is not just quite complete I yet JofMen Women and Childrens School are in Ultrasand Brockport forthe La dies at 350 and 300 in Vici Kid and Patents I Blucher Lace and Dutton The Manss and Walkover for Men at 350 and 500 Everything thats new and good r H J McROBBRTS I STANFORD KENTUCKY I POMPEIAN I MASSAGE I CREAM 7 f Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles Summer dust the stain ol vacation travel combined with the grease of perspiration clog and stifle the pores Keep them cleat and hullh1 so that the natural oils may do their work of softening the ski- nPOMPEAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every particle ol impurity from the pores all the way through and by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear nB but the natural glow of health GENEROUS SAMPLE FREE I If you call at our store we will gladly give you free a generous sample of the cream and a copy of the famous book 4 Truth tn Fttitl Mnt PENNYS DRUG STORE 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY PickedCoalSCmill I beet variety of Coals Over olTerwl in Lincoln County Come look and bo convinced Yards at Stanford and Rowland Best CoalLowestPrlccs Honest Weights W S E B Denham First National BankOf Stanford Ky Capital Stock SSOOOOi This Institution WM originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford in JIll then reorganized as the National Slink of Stanford la 1685 and again reorganlted ai the First National Baik of Stanford IB 188J hiring had practically an unlnter rnpted existence for 41 years It better supplied now with facllltlei for trantact lug business promptly and well than ever before In Ir long and honorable career Iccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries aid Cir pontloii Solicited OffJotrt 1 J HOoKER Preit BT IlAiinif V Pre J1 McROBKHTS Ohr W 0 WEAKKNAnt Ohn Directors r Reid flinh12 T Harris Stanford J Hooker Stanford K L Tanner M D Eliot Stanford S n Baughman Stanford T P Stanford Jai Robinson Bubble J H Bangbman Stanford J U Petto Stanford 0 K Tate Stanford I t p t PLAIDS lJpw windows in New York are full of now bright pretty plaids jI petticoatsvwfff lico tango of skirt patterns ill plaids at 8150 yard elmdow plaids d y CAMBRIC Tilts very wit material so murk used now instendof 1orcalo comes in gurClJlUt SON ISTANFOIID KY SIIT IH 1JOG PennysDrug PERSONALS Mite JAMBS YOUNG of Highland Is tIl- t EiHBNBJoXHi went over to Walton i Saturday 0 Hi KHKK spent several dapi in L POLLY THAYLOR pwl several JMI91 JOHN Danville CiintfTMAN to with rein Itkhmond UBMIR McKlNNBV te wloslady- at MhHM VanDavcora millinery Mus M U BLMOHH la visiting Mrs i L MWesterAald at Livingston MlW KirriR GOOCH has returned from n vtoit to relatives at Versailles- I MIMUI SAVANNAH ANn FLOHBNCB BECK are spending a few days at Crab Orchard MM IL K UOUIINB of New Castle arrived Friday to visit her mother Mm Lou Shanks Miw EMMA SMITH of Stanford is with Miss Iuefo HonnlngcrWayno County Outlook MRt BiwEnnr SPAUHNO of Leba non spent lovwrtl days with her fath or Col T P Hill THE MiddlMboro News says that Miss Salllo Given has opened a private l school at that place T B HAMMOND of Stanford was at hit old homo at Baldock Monday Casey County New j MRS J N SAUNDEns and Miss Alj corn of Stanford were In Danville yes tcnlay Danville News Mr V It BECK and family have moved to Danvllle much to tho regret of their many friends here MISSES HALUH HHOWN and Ella Thompson of rroachcnvillc were of Mrs F J Brown 1ltUettli J R MOUNT of Lancaster was here Friday returning from Louisville whore he heard Bryan speak A SIX TIAR 0Ln daughter of ExAs scssor M G Reynolds of Wayncstmrg ti very III with typhoid fever k MRS A G HUFFMAN of Louisville spent several days with her daughter I Mrs Jsmee G Carpenter Jr MR W M GOOCH of the Waynen burg section a brother of Mr J B Gooch of this place Is very FANNIB VANDEVKER has return 4MISS and Nashville with a assortment ot Fall millinery MIsS JOBKrillNE WAKflBS leaves today for Cave Spring Ga to resume her work at the D D Institute MRS ALBERT GOOCH came 4 MR AND over from Versailles Sunday to see who died SunLynn Gooch I little Myrtle day BELLE ROOT will return to 1Danvillo this week to take charge of her department at the School for the r Dent MR L B GIvENS wife and daugh Itohave returned from a two weeks at Red Boiling Springs Tenn t Harrodsburg Herald J MIss HALLIE DAWSON returned from Louisville Sunday where she had been at the bedside of her sister Mrs C I L Dorseywho continues very Ill at Nor t ton Infirmary Miss Lou HARBIN entertained at her homo Wednesday evening In honor of I Miss Emma Warren of Stanford Ices and cakes were served and an enjoyable evening was spentSomcrset Journal and handWARREN MRS WILLIAM daughter Mrs Jean Hutchison some nt this officecallers of Boyle were of Mrs R Friday They were guests v C Warren and were occompanied by Miss Jennie Warren has resigned herMiss LEE HODBITT position with A B Robertson Bro and will leave to morrow for Colorado 3prlngs Col where sho has accepted In Wao Colorado Staten splendid posi Herald School for the DeafDanvillo MR W It Good who has been his bed with typhoid fever eltison the pavement and much as to put him in bed for a few days Somerset Mountaineer MIss MARY D CARTER who for the past four years has been teaching at McKinney has resigned her position to accept a place In the D D school nt Council Bluffs Iowa It is with regret that the pupils and parents give up Miss Carter aa she is a most excellent teach er u d has made many warm friends wholwillmtee her greatly 1 J r J F CUMMINS Is In Cincinnati InKMRS MATTIE Nnviua Is with her son J E NcvluB at Lancaster MM ADHIJA WOODS returned from a yesterdayitIonoa 0 T to be gone several months DeazIcyfair andSenatorState fair nt Louisville yesterdaymorningtho D D school there DAWSON BARNBTT left ralJrolll1Heyesterdayfor InstituteMesdames orhealthtravelIngYork was hero yesterday selling our gents furnishers Miss AUCB WHITK has gone to the cities to remain three weeks when she will return with a full stock of fall and atMorelandLOCALS TraytorFon RENT Three nice rooms Apply to Mrs Leslie Carter 2t WANTED A hamnd work on farm Come recommended Dr Hugh Reid Tile Current enterClub will meet with Mrs Hugh Reid Thursday afternoon at 300 oclock I WAKE leatherpostal cards plllowsATTHNDJ W Dishons sale near Millcdgevllle Thursday Sept 20 See on another page what he has to sell READ advertisement of Mr John Steele Carpenter The sale will be held in the West Endon Tuesday Oct Tiin L N 1run an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday 1CO for tile round- trip Train leaves Stanford depot at 5 A HARVIIY FOLEY father in law of the late George W DcBord and an excel lent citizen died at Crab Orchard yes terday aged 00 Tim the Christian church will have a bazaar and exchange the day before Thanksgiving Tho place will bo given later Tile L legivln a roundtrip rate of 330 to the State Fair at Lou Isvillo and 2 to tho Blue Grass Fair at Lexington this week Is Hays andCo telling the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth Casey County News We think they is not John Henry ATTORNEY GENERAL HAYS will speak at the opera house in Hustonvillo at 1 oclock Thursday Sept 27th It is to be hoped that some good democrat will be on hand to answer him Goocil Little Myrtle Lynn Gooch aged six years died of consumption of the bowels and was buried at Goshen by tho side of her father yesterday af ternoon She was a bright child and the Idol of her mother Miss ANNA D McRoiiEiiTS was kick ed by her fathers horse Sunday and painfully hurt She went to catch tho animal which whirled and struck the pretty little girl in tho small of tho back It is almost a miracle that she escaped fatal injuries I LAUGHTER A clever comedy crea tion enriched by a fine literary style clear cut comedy and tho clearlymark ed drawing of Individually interesting types of character called A Race for a Widow comes to Waltons Opera House Stanford While this play is filled with genuine comedy from start to finish it has a plot of considerable strength and the action of tho play at times becomes dramatic A splendid company has made this play a great success Pete Baker tho famous com edian is the star See the play Sept 25th QUALITY PRICE POWER Wo have tried to not overlook either of theto trade bringing powers in the purohnso of our hall and Winter goods The month just passed wo have spent in receiving and placing in stock lots of now goods nnd each lily brings more It is none too early to buy tho goods that have to bo mndo up so wo mention in this space sonic of tho new goods just placed on Kale RING lost Initials A GJ Leave at this ofllco BADLY HURT Lewis and John liar ris Rout sons of Sam Rout colored of this place were badly hurt while at work in the L N yards at Coving ton Saturday An engine struck them mangling John Harris arm so badly that it had to be amputated and inter nally injuring Lewis Rout Both are in a critical condition FRANKFORT Tho writer had tho pleasure of spending Saturday in Frank fort nnd visiting several of tho many places of interest there First he went builtIthe Immesno structure The stone ma Ions and bricklayers are almost up to tho second story with their work which is said to be progressing finely This feeble pen can give little Idea of the magnificence of this great building which when oompleted will have to 1m seen to bo appreciated The design is something after tho order of the capitol at Washington and tho prominence which will be given it by its command ing site will make every Kcntuckmn who looks upon it proud of his State and tho splendid management of its af lossiblechange of conditions a few years havo brought about as he looked on tho mil liondollar building under construction Six years ago when Gov Beckham took hold of the reins of the government the treasury was depleted the State in debt and things generally in a chaotic state Ask yourself who is most responsible for and duo tho greatest cred it for the remarkable change for the better in the States affairs We call ed at the executive building but found several of the State officials away some speaking and others looking after the States interest outside of Frankfort It was a very quiet day on the square as the seat of government is sometimes called An hour or so was spent In Frankforts historic cemetery where so many of Kentuckys illustri ous sons sleep their last sleep Tho lit tle mound that marks the resting place of the lamented Goebel was of most interest to us For six long years he has been buried there and yet no stone tells who lies under the sod although tho money for a handsome monument was contributed by thousands of friends nnd admirers some five years ago What does the Goebel Monument Com mission mean by its seeming careless ness of a duty it has been elected to perform Eight other governors are buried in this beautiful city of the dead five U S Senators rest there and one vicepresident sleeps tho sleep that knows no waking A large monument marks tho graves of Daniel and Rebec ca Boonc Tho remains were brought to Kentucky from Missouri in 1845 and in 1862 tho Legislature made provision for tho monument which has been been greatly defaced by seekers after curios Joel T Hart Theodore OHa ra Henry Clay Jr son of the great Commoner Henry T Stanton who wrote the Moneyless Man and many other famous Kentuckians lie under the sod of this beautiful cemetery Tho State monument 65 feet high and built at a cost of 20000 is an exceedingly handsome piece of work Over 8000 people have been buried in the Frank fort cemetery which contains 83 acres and which overlooks the busy city of Frankfort A drive to the Feeble Minded Institute showed that institu tion crowded with the States unfortu nates there being about 260 inmates The grounds are large and beautifully kept but the building is inadequate to the demands of the present It is a sad place to visit For Instance one grown man old enough to be the headof a family was seen riding a stick horse and seemingly getting as much pleas ure out of it as a boy of five Some of tho inmates are said to be so bereft of reason that it is absolutely necessary for the attendants to feed them like they would babies to keep them from starving After seeing these there was no desire to visit the penitentiary where nearly 1500 men women mid children are paying the penalty of their crimes Frankfort is quite a manufact uring center and a great deal of busi nessa of all kinds is done there It has almost as many miles of street railway as Lexington and tho car service is just as good In fine what we once refer rapIdlyed to a of some importance at no distant day IDONT forget the great picnic at Jones Kelsays Oak Grove Park near Yosemite Saturday If you want to havo fun by the bushel you should go by all means HAVE secured the agency for ono 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 thorn George H Far Iris FREE TRIPTO LOUISVILLE The Re tail Merchants Association of Louis will refund In cash your roundtrip fare based on excursion rates on the follow- Ing dates Sept 17th to Oct 13th Nov 5th to Nov 17th Dec 3rd to Dec 15th For full particulars apply to J V Beckmann Manager Retail Mer chants Association 307 Urban Bldg Louisville K- yFARM FOR RENT I Heron on Hnnglm Fork Floe Innd at none for corn GSacrus for whent Itmt Rood timothy inondow nnd Knixlni Apply to thu 111 Oil tho nnnH A KAHANTM House Land for Sale I will sell nrlviiMy my homo nod ltnuns of IIIdhulllalullfrot11 TuriWMVlllO In goalrtIghhorhoal and clo t to school church For uirtlculnr too W O MCHKK HtunforU Ky MAN WANTED I Ho iiv out near Htanford to nnltt us In expurIieyou the real e tate business salary tat per month to lionot ninn willing to devote lArt of his tlinv to this bunlneti- iOOOIKIIATIVK LAN 00 A nil run nidg MlnneaiollK illnn PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to locale mriiianeiitly In Virginia I will on T1IU1MIIAYOCT IIIMI nt oclock r XlIt my place 10 tulle from llrynnttrllli1 on the Islington pike sell to thi blRlittKt bidder the following deiorllxtl RIIIJlrynot afraid of stwiiu or mi nutomolille sound mind rides well thorouuhbriil tiinreil Innold sound nnd rtKlttered KiinnlliK linplc menus gtpal two horse wngonl hey frnmf hey linler twu horse rnkul cutting harrow Miioothlnc hnrrow two 13 Vulcan plows tilde l mower I Krlml toiicitfvernl carlenhrstDtdsolsa some hotuehold and kitchen furmture At nmo tlnieiind place will oiler for Mile farm coiitnlnlnK m nuns antisaspIn Innd In high stntv of cullhnt- lOIi excellent repair A Uuutllul now c ttage nix rooinn nnd kitch en godhnrnrnrrhigehoueshrvanthouseu- ntil nil necesiuiry outmilldlngi Tor mi made known on tiny of wile MAKYlt MctlKATH laid L M llunn Au- ctWALTONS OPERA HOUSE Stanford Ky TuesdaySep25 The great Comedy Success CIA Race for a Widow with PETE BAKER of CHRIS and LENA FAME and n great cast New Songs New Specialties PUBLIC SALE I I will sell nt public ante nt lilY place a mills Wvit of Iluttonvllle timid ono mile from Carpenter Station on- TUEHlIY OUT 11101 a lot of farming Implement namely Me Iormlck mower now latest Improved Me Cormlck rllkolICImmplon mower l nkelo ton WIIEOII good tWOhOfO wagon I hug uy and mrntues plow Hear S Oliver Chilled ow No 3 Double shovel and Hlngln 0utttng1SoxondunrMlmller Mot of Fencing Tools mite nml Kitchen Furniture good OJoiiuh A Warren OrKitna Vol Hutldl Morso Register a nIllot of pure bred fowls Ho o Comb Whlto WynndottesKempTurktysllintI weighing trout 0 to pounds Gobbler front H to 40 pounds A nlrtt lot of Whltu Ferrets brit UHpcclnlly for rnt hunt- Ing lino brut brood mart linn Xyenrtfd coltHe il1 IrospoctnwO by lllBnl ty Dnrc iNtilniuHqulrllelVI by HUick Ister1lutebuarlingFllltiiped combined rare These colts urn out blue the famlllenni fur ai cat bo traced on both Idea Out combined hor el old H year old man mule in hnrnU high lutlr of ugtvl mule la hands l4 Inches high gums gad workers I or llIrli old by Tomit KiHiiedam HrlBnollafddnni limt lIOn now buggy rubber tired MurphySi make of darn nt COWl lot of baled form of acres nil In grass mind SOOIllolld us cnn bo found In tile country Fine tolmcco and hemp land wIll watered two dwelling Louse three stack barn l extra tobacco tenant house If not sold will rent prlviliely JOHN BTBKLKOAJUENTEU Huitonvllle Ky ri FLANNELETTESIWe are showing a fine range of patterns in Twill anil Armuro wear at lOc yard OUTING CLOTHSr For comfortable Winter garments thorn is nothing to equal them We hive nil grades 5c to lOc Ono wo call your attention to especially is c lOc outing in light etripos and checks at 8Jo Wo bought a case of these which accounts for the low priceBRAIDS Wo have thu prettiest line of braids vhite and colored wo havu ever hall We have n now braid with an edge at G yards for tlfie See it EYERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY i Copyright J MarxiHart Schaffner W Do You Know the i Can You WOOL tell Differencei Of Course You ALL WOOL i Then buy of us We guarantee every Hart Schaffner Marx garmeuUstrierly not practically ALLWOOL Your mon ey back should any garment prove defective or unsatisfactory We make you sate Why take a risk Let us clothe you S CUMMINSMCLARY KYt s HUH ioU + +ttll + F +H IItIII-t I SHOESBefore buying your Fall Shoes you are cordially invited to inspect our lineIf you do this we believe we are safe in sayingthat you will buy your Fall Shoes of We are usIdies from 2 to 350 per pair ThefPRICES ARE RIGHT the STYLES ARE RIGHT and the WEAR IS GUARANTEED We also have a Good Honest Line of Shoes for lardies at 150 In Childrens Shoes werare showing everything from the In fants Soft Sole Shoes at 25c per pair to the Misses Dressy Patent Leather Shoe at 2 per pair We have an es pecially strong line of Childrens School Shoes Give us a call and see for yourselft11111111 Hr LMIIUEYCOaDry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY tc = r t I t t 1iL l tr 1 14 JtJ I The Interior Journal a- tuadlase malterIOBU3IIBD TUBHUAVB AND Fit ID W AT 500 PER YEAR CASH 1teWben not so paid 1100 wilt be charged Jesse W Sweeney raorurroR Livtry Faad anti Sale StaWo Lancaster Ky Bones wellfed and cared for Upto date rigs at reasonable rates NEW LIVERY STABLE JUlIE ft OLASE30N Frcri JUNCTION CITY KY TlrsVCUsj Turnouts at Reasonable Rate c1al AUoation to Orates and Hay For B- IIIINSURANCE nit Lightning Wlnd HTItObIOb1HT and sad Accident None ut tbo yICST Lose Paying leoble RIItca OnaranWtd wllVnegunlled Talk with asa0 MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence 1hone No M When In Danville stop with B G FOXArer- yFetvlnudSolo Htoble Muleefnney howl for snloonand Illlrneisaddle semen umPM for 110 yearling iiilles mule colt Anti tore colts B G FoxDanvilleKy ED CARTERSuccessor to Bruce dt Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special ittentlon to Commercial MenI Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission tock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale 1 wish to sell prlvntely my fnrm of lit nereiD mile Wmt of on the Leis lnglon ofkwaturan Umber Improwd fenced EalrAlIO of 100 acres Iwtwecn mid IxJ- aglon lying midway IIV Wellpikes Good outlet each Jenced reasonable T I l01tltINO 3iarksbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing when there II ao little difference In the price of high trade readymade suits nnd a made to jonr measurement taken by nn experienced tatlorr I have a handsome hut Illrlng Rammer goods I can make from n low price fcnslnes mlt to the llnest tress suit Also srrercoats trousers and fancy vests The company I represent lion of the best H O RUPLEY the Tailor Pafl TraglorDIALIB IK mislii Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc Carpenter House Gloss to Depot STANFORD KYI Prompt sod polite attention Nothing lw tbs bet ts rlak Alai phone cr ttlejript orders reedy aroaptaaentlon e eCrelary i Undertaker Embalmer and Icaler in Harnes9Saddlery- Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Dice Phono 167 Horie Phone 39 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur taiture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD H KENTUCKY t h f 1 FARMERS DEPARTMENT The Broncho paced a mile in 200 at Galesburg III Sidney Dunbar bought of S Rigsb a mule colt for 110 J T Hacklcy sold tq John A Wood 10 mule colts at 50 W A fribble bought of W J Aston 110 sheep at CJc Seventy shorthorn cows average 140 at Plover Iowa Wilson Alexander sold to Price Sutton a lot of stock hogs a Cc B D Holtzclaw sold to J L Anderson 40 yearling cattle at 330 A thoroughbred shorthorn bull for sale R C Hocker Stanford Three hundred acres of good land Cor rent G A Swinebroad Danville Fort SALE 250 bushels seed rye- C C Cover Lancaster Rural Route W L Eads sold to Tom Burton a nice walking mare for a fancy price It is reported that F C Bishop has paid C E Rowe 13500 for Colonial GirlLee Rankin bought of Joe E Robinson ICO acres of land lying on Dix river at 60 J T Reid of Danville bought a fancy carriage team in Spencer count for 400- Robert and James Woods are at tho Lexington fair with some premium mule stock Sam F Moore bought of A J Wed die his farm of 160 acres near Perry ville at 85 S T Martin sold at Danville yester day a pair of mules for 280 and a weanling colt for 60 Mr Sloan has sold his farm on the Lancaster pike to Eugene Pope for 4 300 It embraces 60 acres Danville HeraldG C P Cecil of Danville sold their good threeyearold colt by Gam betta Wilkes to a Boston party for 10000 FOR SALE Black Berkshire gilt weight 200 pounds with seven pigs two weeks old Mrs W B Mc Roberts J J Wilson of Pine Knot purchased 65 acres of land near Turnersville Lincoln county at 65 Somerset MountaineerS sold a pony to C P Cecil Jr of Danville yesterday for 100 and a sorrel gelding to another party for 100 The Picket winner of the American Derby at Chicago and the Brooklyn Handicap at New York as well aa many other races will be sold in the paddock at Sheepshead Bay next Satur day DANVILLE COURTA fairly good crowd attended court at Danville yesterday but stock trading wns dull Mule colts and mules were in great demand and a number of the former sold at 50 to 100 WAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy When my boy was two years old he had ji very severe attack of bowel complaint but by the use of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy we brought him out alright says Maggie Hickox of Mid land Mlch This remedy can bo do ponded upon in the most severe cases liven cholera infantum is cured by It Follow the plain printed directions and a cure is certain For sale by Stanford Drug Co Lexingtons City Assessor has decid ed to place a tax on duplicate stocks and other property to the value of 500000 belonging to Mrs Julius Walsh of St Louis who claims she is lot u resident of Lexington and legally annot be taxed ther- eStarving to Death Because her stomach was so weak nod by useless drugging that sho could not out Mrs Mary H Walters of St Clair St Columbus 0 was iterally starving to death Silo writes My stomach was HO weak from usa less drugs that I could nut oat and my icrves HO wrecked that 1 could not sleep anti not before I was given up to die was I Induced to try Electric litters with the wonderful result that improvement began at onto and a complete cure followed Host health Tonic on earth COo Gauranteud by Penny a Drug Store Stanford Lyne Droll Crab Orchard James B Bradys 15000 colt Accountant at 6 to 5 won the 25000 nnual Champion Stakes two and a quarter miles at Sheepshead Bay H P Whitneys Ironsides was second with Bedouin third Time 355 25 rWell Worth Trying W II Brown the popular pension ittornoy of 1lttslleld Vt says Next to a pension the host thing to get Is Dr Kings New Life Yells lIe writes they keep my family In splendid health Quick cure for Head die Constipation and mlllousness 20 Guaranteed at 1ennys Drug itoro Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Six men and ono woman were stabbed and hacked in a riot between Polish and Austrian miners In a boardinghouse at Steubenville Three of the men will die ic Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange t TITLE CO do 710 Nlc room cottage and acre of Un located stout I mile trout Shelby City The bOil aloneeocll30o will tell thietdsceforthb- NarlGOacrea34mllesIron Junction City lame dwelling good luttn crllM smtkelieule tic All In rood repair Including ItQClnff ISncr alngrauandU acres In saliva lumsgyltetcA- plendld4apeharbor2800l1s it church etcj and well watered medlral well at house stock well at arnelc Price MMX- IHournnd Grist Mill Anderson county Ky33 barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 yours ago Steam and water power the latter 8 months of the year It U an up to date roller mill with burN for corn and meal bolt Tho is of 7 yean runt acres with the mill including what la with the house of 5 rooms All for 5250 or IS 500 for the mill and 14 acres One half cash Has floe trade No mill In 10 miles No V0A farm of J42 acre handsome mod ere story brick residence olClI furnished and up to due In every partlcutar lIon room on plate well located end rents well This proinrc II close to school In a cood community and Is on blrnllbon There l only about 20 acres In cultivation ladrtetingrail llent of fruit trees tc Tbls It an that home sod a splendid turn Price reas onable No 281A linn of acres ooe sod onehalf wiles north of UuitunTlll on the l tivllle pike Two 11017 frame dwtlllof siren rooms veranda ball etc Fine young orchard bearing all kinds 1111 watered never flllnllprIDtIC All buildings and fences are farm It Utusted In the belt aeclioa of Incoln conntj atd IUD Ideal home Splendid let house tarn Rad all older nettsnry oiitbuUillngs No 1ISA farm of act arrcn tltualtsl aboutiT miles from Stanford and n mUll from Crab Ireha d on the w tersof lular rack Tile Is tut In about 12 Qeldi and can he subdivided About 2W acres Is In cultivation timber sufficient to trip up place ene and onehalf dory frame dwelling ol I rooms ball porches tiC Two good la hots barns gentry corn crib etc Flave U well water ed two rood titters at tbe door running stream through farm All buildings la goal bal one llArai fencing 1Lleracre Terms 1560 acres of land near Junction Cltrculln seven lelds 23 acm In cultlvalton rest In grass a nice young orchard and ou of the best grape bar bon In Kentucky Party sold 2MO pounds of last year Well watered and fenclog good Sspra school and churches A twostory six room frame dwelling good barn etc 1110 good repair Price J1250 No 69 Twostory frame dwelling of six rooms two halls veranda Ic well at door and all olDer necesiary outbuildings Also large blacksmith hop 00x30 and ehedi full length of shop and 10 feet wide This property will be sold at a very low price No Ill Two houses and tots situated In Crab Orchard with six and oabelhc ol land at tached Uolh are frame cottages one tonshtln- ifGandtheolherot S rooms liable two good springs He The buildings are new sod the fencing ordinary Two good gardens and bYe acres le i +sture Will sell ach plan separalsly or us whole Price on the property as a whole 11300 No13r8S acre of land In the town limits of Rowland about s 6 acm bottom land and M lens In woodland The pl Is well fenced arid water ed water work IInnd cistern I story frame rooms hall veranda back porch sum- ner kitchen and goal cellar Hood barn and all other necessary outbuildings Including crib rraoery etc All In good repair fencing In lint class order all wire farce This Is a beautiful plate a desirable home close to town and will silt cheap on easy terns No2170l acre farm In voile of lhli l 4 story TesouseIn fair condition lood apple orchard shout acm In cultivation rrst In Umber Watered by a sever ffil I well and waters ol South Fork Price 12200 For Sale Privately My house And 10 acres ot land situate just outside of town limits on the Bomerse pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser yanks room good cellar table and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant 10 tbe yard and one for tuckI A S PRICESu- rgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buildi- ngPUBLICSALE I I will mil at public auction at my place nt 11111tstgavllla on THUIWDAYHKIT a t111 II stock of inrrchanillsu together nllllitwoBinlUs Houtli of erne Orchiinl Thin Inml has on It n coiiifortnliK tlwvllliiK and acres of tilt land U antler farce will nlan- Bull 3 two rcnr old eatt le 2 nice Jnrtey milk cows tnllkr hortoi oat drlser6hn inisuKi In Imrnealioususpring wiiKon ivtuot buggy hold nnd ktlchttn urultiin iiin l ttnK of I nliw organ I nrlnr suit olilliix Uil 8 NH room utr I couch wanlrolm aowliiR ninchliie m utn tables 2exlen lon tables- aatteof chairs rooker 6 tnrpets heat Inlt stoves rouges ublr things too numerous to mention Term Iliad known on In of tab J W n1HIlONJ1111rlgevllle- lot J Olmndkr lucllon- eerl1ENRYa WATTERSONS TltrTVfttrri PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal 58 DOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States hue not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all thing clean to all things It U essentially family piper Ily special arrangement wo are enabled to of for the WERKDV COUIUERoUR AL one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the com blnntlonto ntlot tltha O3nder loernil III Cash J I Basis Business Pays tt We have placed 011 our counter one of thoJboSt National Cash Registers mmlo to assist us in making our Cash Biuiutus u success This machine will issue to each cash qiuldmcr it each receipt nUll when the receipts amount to 810 they will be dis counted at our store It pays to pay ca h1ry it and he con vinced rtitittiti weH HIGGINS KentuckyL Say dont you think this Shower Bath would be fine on a hot Summer day 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 guaranteedSatisfactionI S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky inner and Plumber the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 r = z OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J Ile OWHLCT Stanford SeII BIIANKS Stanford O W OAUTKH Turnoravllle W fl OUHHIMS Preacuersrllle L 0 Ooocif Waynesburg W U TKAttiOB Ollberti Creole R L UDDUIE Lancaster W O WALKER Stanford J Ii FOBIKB Stanford W n HiiANKg Stanford J D PAXTON Stanford We respectfully solicit the accounts of Individuals Klrm and Oorporntlons Hanks and Hunkers and nre prepared to furnish all deimiUorsnuoh nooommodnttona ns are consistent with sate banking JloUurn Hafuty lopolt Uoxei In our vault for mo of oar Customers r OWING TO TOE IN CREASE K- In our Iiitniw8 ait h tfie Deinnr llighGrmlo Goods we have Bought tho Ihnwusr Griffon Brand Clothes for the Fall and Win ter 1906 and 1907 The Modoli of which are ready f your Inspection ut Sam Robinsons Next Door to the Lincoln CVuu ty National Dank 4 Stanford Kentucky Mr Ewlos Yeunc Stootfar lit Cured by Zmo After SU YanTormab and HunUUallcQ ZEMO POSITIVELYCURES ANY FORM OF SKIN OR SCALP DISEASE READ MR YOUNGS LETTER IE IIlJoume y ZKMO is the bat remedy in the world for any skin disease Your very truly I 1 1 OUARANTIID AND SOLO BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD I have just received DIG LOT of the nlx ve ctovm ami am now ready to furnish you 0110 at n reawmahle figure X3 GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky n Refrigerators and Water Coolers at Cost for the Next t 10 Days alI George D Hopper Stanfora Ky YOUR WANTSyINDrugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars arid Tobacco Will be supplied for low 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