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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ill n y THE INTERIOR JOURNALe VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1006 N0 56d UU d GOLDSTEIN I The jwpular Optician who has heel f coning to Stanford for 20 years nnd f who will be hero again Monday next s f lt KINGSVILLE ChrisfA and order league to see that tho lawsI ft arc enforcedITsBkd Livingston filled hie regular up- hero Sunday and also performed tho ceremony which united in marriage Mrs Margaret Williams toI Mr Camden of Eubanks and MissI Pannlc Dunn and Mr Hud Skidmoro both of Klngsville Mrs Skidmoro is ono of Kin vlllos prettiest girls while groom is a fine young man 4the Hill and D and Win Hester hero Saturday J Ed Holand ofI won hero Sunday and AlonI t day In the Interest of tho Grccnbriar Youngjmoved to their now homo on tho pike W W Walter and family will occupy tho hou o vacated by Mr Murphy after Dec 9th Mr and Mrs John heart will take po sctulon of the hotel which theyI purchased of Mrs B C Ionnybackor several years ago Dr C M Thomp son and brother J W Thompson w1lI go to the city soon to stock up their r splendid new building RUBBLE IL U Cox ought the farm of J G Hcndrickeon at 70 J A Hammond Is in Ioutsvlllo this week buying full and winter goods I Elder T A Williams will bo the now pastor of the Methodist church here Elder F M Tinder will fill his ap pointment at tho Christian church Sun day afternoon MtM Ethel Carman left Monday for Science Hill to fill her position II C Walter Is convalescing Mrs Adam Kolloy Is on tho nick listI hobble who Is attending thoI tiommwclnl College In Loxlngtont W iIat homo Sunday t Starving to Death peoause her hUHnavb was so weak nau by usoless drugging that she 4o1lW not eat Mrs Nary II Walters 1dtSt Chair St Columbus 0 was rl1n starving to deaUi She writes My MOHiaoh was so weak front use TOM drags lluL I could not vat and my t nerves so wreaked thnt I could no- tleap anti nut before t woe given up to die was I Induced to try FlwtrU- UlUorrf with the wonderful result that fraprowmont bttpnti at onou and n t oomploto euro followad llasUioalili Tonic on earth Wo Guuranlcwl by Pennys Drug Storm Stanford Lyn Droit Crub Orchard Not long ago visiting minister In Philadelphia ignorant of tho provisions- in tho Girard will that no ecclesiastic missionary or minister of any sect uhall ever be admitted within tho premises of the college presented himself attho gate of Girard College- and started to enter Aro you a minister slr7 asked tho gatekeeper Yes was the unsuspecting reply Then you clint enter hero said the t Kateman tersely giving tho reason The devil you sl1Ycamo from tho astonished clergyman The gatcman hesitated for a moment but after pondering tho ministers remark hols said to have replied Oh youre all t that way you talkcant preaching line tWellWorth Trying- V II Brown the popular pension nttomoy of Plttsileld Vt says Next to a pension tho best thing to get is Dr Kings New Lifo Pills lIe writes they keep my family In splen health II Quick euro for Head IIdid Constipation and Hlltlousnoss Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard f R L Hubble bought of various par tIcs 10 mula colts at from 80 to 100 t MIDDLEBURG Owing to the bud behavior of tho weather Saturday the Oak Grove picnic was declaredoU Fannie Bradley died of typhoid fever at her home at Grovo on the morning of tho 21st and was burled Saturday Held Colfcy df Phil attended church hero Sunday G W Dilfco spent Sunday hero Ho is now located nt Somer set Mrs V T Willis went to Lexington last week to visit her mother She will also visit her daughter at Nicholasvlllo before returning Clay Kates was thrown from a mule last week and sustained injuries to the right hand which will prevent his work- Ing for some time Uncle Jim McWhorter says ho plant ed his corn last Spring at a time of the moon when everybody said it would not grow tall and now he is compelled to cut down the stalk to get to the ear Rev J L Weeks of Uldgway III dropped in on us very unexpectedly Sunday afternoon and preached at the Baptist church that night Bro Weeks was pastor of tho church here some 16 years ago and everybody was glad to seo him Ho has grown a little old since ho left here but he preaches with tho same vigor that characterized him in his younger days Tho question of taxing tho patrons of this school district to tho amount of 25 cents on tho 100 worth of taxable property and poll tax for the pur pose of extending the public school term will be submitted to the voters of tho district at the trustees election on the first Saturday in October The usual kick has been registered and a full voto will be polled Some of the heaviest taxpayers favor the proposi tion and the result will be watched with interestMrs Mains of Owslcy county s visiting her brother W P Thomas and sister Mm W G Miller J F Cash returned Saturday from Lincoln county where ho had been advertising the Dllfeo Liquid Soap Kcv It U Mahony was in town Tuesday but he kept himself hid most of tho time and- rew had the pleasure of meeting him Mr James G Winfrey of Boyle this county was hero Tuesday in the interest of his brothers candidacy for su perintendent of public Instruction Miss Lynn Hansford was In Liberty Tuesday Mrs John Adams and Mrs Etta Coleman have returned from Louisville- J F Gadbury and James Allen of Phil were hero on business Chamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan Tho most successful medicines nro those that aid natur Chamberlains Cough Remedy nets on ttys plan Take U when you have n cold sod It will allay the cough relieve tho lungs aid expectoration open the sixrotlons and aid nature In restoring the system a healthy condition Thousands have testified toltssu orloroxcollenco It counteract any tendency of u cold to result In pneumonia Prlco 25c Largo slue GOo For salo by Stanford Drug Co w p In many European countries alcohol Is fast taking tho place of the jtotrol eum products for both heating nnd lighting as well as motive power on the farm Alcohol is nonexplosive is as cheap as kerosene or gasoline and supplies moro satisfactory lower and Sight In lighting for instance the al cohol lamp gives a steady light is white and brilliant and yet soft has no odor and does not become dirty as kero sene lamps do Alcohol motors arc both stationary and portable and give the best of satisfaction With the internal revenue tax off of alcohol in this coun try we also may expect such progress I am not going to Mexico to stay ho said want to build n great house on Mount Carmel to entertain the children of God I feel that I must build it for tho coming of tho King Ho will come soon I shall como back and como into my own My attorneys have appealed my case and I feel that the Lord will not desert me I believe that God will send his son to me when the time of the millennium comes said John Alexander Dowio just before bidding goodbyoto Zion City and her people Gov Luko P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthro list is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper ient known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than anyone remedy I havo ever used toGot u bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil druggists and country stores Mr Rockefeller may have returned from abroada better American but those several thousand indictments would indicate that he needed improve ment Atlanta Journal d NEWS NOTES John DcBord shot and killed his wile at Vincenncs Ind because she hnd instituted divorce proceedings A passenger train on the Wabash was wrecked near Danville III Four peoplo were killed and 37 injured Tho epidemic of fleas which has almost broken up the schools at Mil waukee has not yet been controlled Tho Chinese subscription fund for the benefit ot sufferers by the recent typhoon has reached the sum of 80 000 Four men were killed and 15or moro Injured In a rearend collision between a passenger train and a switch engine at New Prague Minn Paul 0 Stensland pleaded guilty to charges of embezzlement nnd was son tenced to the Joliet penitentiary three hours after his arrival in Chicago State Superintendent of Public In struction Fumm and others who attended the tobacco association meeting at Guthrie suffered from tho work oC pickpockets Col Isaac It Hill better known as Ike Hill of Ohio and for a5 years an employe almost continuously of the House of Representatives died in WashingtonWhile pupils were in the building the graded school at Shelbyvillo was discovered on fire They all got out safely and tho blaze was extinguishes before much damage was done Riley Pitman a blacksmith caught and killed with his bare hands a mad dog which threatened numerous per- Sons on the streets of Paducah He broke the animals neck by striking it against tho curbstone Preparations aro almost complete for the State Development convention at Winchester in October One day will be devoted to tax reform and the Ken tucky Bankers Association will be in vited to attend on that day A 14yearold boy from Owslcy coun ty charged with retailing liquor con ducted his own defense in the United States district court at Frankfort ex amining the witnesses himself He was convicted with a recommendation of race riot situation at Atlanta is In absolute control and business has resumed normal conditions Tho city schools are opened and well attended and nil manufacturing plants and fac tories which have been suspendedsince Saturday are in operation The Interstate Commerce Commission has made public statistics of railways in the United States for the year ending June 30 1905 based on reports of tho railroads as required by law mho total singletrack railways on that dato was 218101 or 1100 miles more than at the end of tho previous year Indictments were returned at Mt Sterling against Phil H Davis and Frank Gibbons saloonkeepers charg lag them with forming a conspiracy to kill tho Rev B W Trimble editor of the Mt Sterling Advocate Mr Trimble took an active part in the recent local option election in that city Walter Harper was indicted for bribery in connection with the samo elec than The Breath of Life Its a significant fact that the strong Wit animal of its silo tho gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs morns powerful creatures How to keep the breathing organs right should bo nuns ehlofost study Like thousands of others Mrs Ort A Stephens of Port Mlllania U has learned how to do this She writes Three bottles of Dr Kings Now Discovery stopped my cough of two years and mi red me of what my friends thought consump thin O its if rand for throat und lung troubles If Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Uros Crab Orchard Prlco f0e and StOO Trial bottle tree- PeterLarcone a boy near Danbury Conn went into a field infested with snakes to drive out his cow on Sunday and took his gun along as a protection lie was attacked by an adder and shot the snake Next day ho was fined u0 for shooting his gun on Sunday Stop It A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung troubles Dont take chances when Foloys buoy and Tar allordsparfeotsecurlty from serious effects of a cold Pen nys Drug Store Of 20 defendants charged with swind ling tho New York Life Mutual Life and tho Equitable Life Insurance Com panics four wero convicted They re ceived sentences ranging from four to 11 years imprisonment Tho frauds volved approximate 300000 Of Interest to Many Foloys Kidney Cure will euro any case of kidney or bladder troublo that Is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more Pennys Drug Store t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tho local option campaign commit tee at Somerset has established a weekly paper The Temperance Advocate the first number of which ap geared Saturday Tho editors are not announcedTwo Lick boys Everett Day son and Bennett Gaffncy aged 10 and 12 years who ran away to be cowboys were found asleep in a park in St Louis Each had a pipe tobacco knit roller skates and a package of cakes and the elder of the two carried a rifle lion L F Johnson returned from Mt Vernon Rockcastle county where he has been for three weeks holding court as a special judge of that court lie is delighted with his visit and says that ho met some of the nicest people on earth there All of the bar accom panted him to the train when ho left and wished him GodspeedFrl1nkCort- Journal Organized labor prevails in Danville and during the past few months those connected with it have been quietly banding themselves together for mu tual protection so they claim So quietly has this been going on that no outsider in tho city was aware of Its existence until one member who was quito enthusiastic over the success of the new organization gave the scheme away but not in time to pre vent trouble among the housewives of Danville Advocate- A special from Jellico says thataL the coroners Inquest In the Tennessee town testimony was heard that about 15 men were standing near the car of dynamite which exploded last Friday morning and all are supposed to have been killed None of them are known A country woman visited the place searching for five children to whom she gave permission to go to Jellico Friday and attend a circus It is feared that they were also killed by the explosion and that the full list of dead will never be known The body of an unknown girl probably 20 years old was found in a field a half mile from the scene of the explosion ll was perfectly nude but not mangled Mayors Baird and Stewart of the two Jcllicos have is sued a general appeal for aid The coroners jury in Jellico Ky has finished its investigation and rendered u verdict that the explosion was duo to the criminal negligence of either the Louisville Nashville or Southern rail ways or both or their employes Here and There It L Rubble bought of B D Holtz claw eight 700pound cattle at 31c W B Ware was fined 400 in the Henderson circuit court on the charge of rebating life insurance Eight men were killed by the collision of two freight trains on time Mexican Central railroad near Cnllego livos were lost in an explosion in Piconos fireworks factory InNew Orleans Frank Picone the proprietor and his baby were the victims The State Board of Control at the Lexington asylum began an investiga Lion of thecharges recently made by J F Wallace a former attendant in connection with tho recent death of Fred Ketterer of Ashland an inmate of the institution Sweet Mario reduced the trotting race record for mares to 2031 at the Now York State Fair meeting at Syracuse In the freoforall trot with Went worth as her only opponent she won the first heat in 2KMJ and the second in time one second faster Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A J Nusbaum Batosvlllo Indiana writes Last year I suffered for three mouths with a summer cold so distressing that it interfered with my business I had many of the symp toms ol hay lever und u doctors prescription did not roach my ease and I look several medicines which seemed to only aggravate my case Fortu nately I Insisted upon having Foloys Honoy and Tar In tho yellow package and it quickly cured me My wife has mince used Foloys Honey and Tar with tho samo success to Pennys Drug Storo Tourists of all nations spend every year something like 65000000 or nearly 200000 a day U Italy Con sidering the poverty of tho country this crop which la produced by the national ruins is of far more value than any cereal or manufacture Every new house or building is a nail in the national coffin How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores tho natural action of tho bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup docs not nau seate or gripe and Is mild and pleas ant to take Refuse substitutes Pen nys Drugstore ODD PANTS Our assortment is now corn plete The Fabrics Styles and Workmanship are of the high est class There is a host of styles to select from Prices from 150 to 500 a pair I vrI J4i tttttest raw W B Perkins H and PUT I Winter U clow at hand You run nave MON ItY liy ImyliiK your lonlur us now l y ntuoii of our urgent low nrkvs You ul u cut your conl till liy luirninn our foul In ciilf e It In tilisoltitoly purr ami ilfim A gient lipnt glvwr nod of m tliiK quality Our motto In W S E B 1Kentucky W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky Say dont you think this Bath would be fine on a hot day I would like to give you fig ures on a bath room Hot and cold water put in your home at 100 to 500 S ALDRIDGE Kentucky Tinner Plumber AWAY COAL COlllLoHestPrlcesHonest Denham Shower Summer complete country Satisfaction guaranteed Stanford 1 YOUR WANTSPJNDrugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W Br McRoberts IIDRUGGIST PERSOXAL supervision given to nil Proscription compounded SAM ROBINSONDr- yGoods Clothing Shoe hats nail Caps Ladies jand Gents Furnishings Etc the store that saves you money Next Door to LincolnCounty National Bank STANFORD KY T W ttThe Interior Journal E C WALTON Ate M F NORTH Ian candidate for llrpnwntnttveof Ijlncotn nonnty miltject to the notion Demo static pnrty J T ROBERTS Ii ncnndldnt for Mnnlktrnt In the Ornli Orchard MiiRliterlnl Hl trlet subject to tin Action of theilpinocrntlc pnrty Democratic Ticket For eonllrlU HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county n TilE Philippine census commission an nounces that the total population of the Philippine archipeligo as returned from 342 independent islands is 7635426 Of this number almost 7000000 are more or less civilized The wild tribes form about pine per cent of the entire population The civilized tribes are prac tically all adherents of the Catholic church The Moros are Mohammedans and the other wild people have no rec- ognIzed religious beliefs According to the reliable authorities this total population is a little more than four times as great as it was 100 years ago During the same period that of the United States multiplied almost 15 times The excess of birth rate over deathrate in the Philippines has been very large In spite of sudden and great losses as a result of epidemics of vari ous diseases While it is true that the enumeration of the wild tribes accord ing to the method employed among civ ilized was not practicable very careful estimates were made The returns are believed to be within 10 per cent of the true number The total number of nonchristians is stated to be 647740 DEMOCRATS of the Eleventh district in convention at London nominated Dr A GatlilT of Williamsburg for Congress The doctor is a dyedinthe wool democrat a man of ability and a fine gentleman Of course he will not defeat Mr Edwards the republican nominee but we predict that he will decrease the republican majority in th bloody Eleventh MR N B HAYS Editor Seph Camp bells Bonisaid In a speech at Owen ton that he would vote for S W Hager for governor if nominated but he did not consider him a democrat It matters very little what the oldI fknocker thinks about Mr Hagers but the public knows fnllI well Mr Hays shortage of the trueI t blue rHEARSTS nomination for governor byI the democrats of New York is a great victory for the young journalist BeI 1sides being a rich mans son MrI Hearst seems to be a hand and a halfI both asa newspaper man and a politi cian Heres hoping he will be elected JOHN L SULLIVAN the wornoutpug is to be one of the exhibits at a county fair in North Carolina John L will also give the citizens of the Tar Heel State an exhibition of his ability as a booze grafter if the opportunity is af forded a FIVE thousand switchmen are de trnandingcreased pay They ought to go slowly and only call for one thing at a time IT begins to look like the insurrec tion in Cuba wasgotten up by themon ied interests for the purpose of securing intervention and annexation TilE foot ball season has opened John P Kennedy was killed in a game at Princeton N J while attempting to make a touchdown POLITICAL Washington State Democrats in con o vention at Seattle indorsed William JhBryan for President New Hampshire democrats in convention at Concord nominated Nathan C Jameson for governorIiMontana Democrats have indorsed William J Bryan for the Democratic Presidential nomination in 1908 New York Democrats after a long and turbulent session in Buffalo nom inated W R Hearst for Governor William J Bryan spoke at McAles ter I T The principal chiefs of the five civilized tribes are escorting Mr Bryan through the TerritoryI New York Republicans in convention at Saratoga adopted a platform and nominated a State ticket headed by Charles E Hughes for Governor Timothy L Woodruff was elected State chairman to succeed former Gov OdellI A supplementary Republ ican tex l book has been issued It sells for 10 cents and its foreword says its pub lication was authorized by the lingua which is composed el colored Republicans from various States in the Union Its object is to show colored voters why they should vote the Republican ticket this year The pamphlet con tains a picture of the President and also those of William T Vernon Regis ter of the Treasury and Robert Smalls Collector of the Beaufort S C district both colored MATR- IMONIALMlMr and Mrs S J Hardcsty of Leb anon and Mr Addie Lee Gibson of Pcrryville were married Wednesday Preston Snyder and Miss Ellen Baker of Garrardjcounty were joined in wed bcks holy bond In Rev R B Mal hangs ofllce by that gentleman Wednesday Miss Mae C Kendrick of Monticello and William J Geary of Lexington were married at tho residence of the Very Rev James P Cronin Vicar Gen eral of Louisville An Ohio judge has established a ne rule regarding divorce cases in that no trial will be until six months after the petitions are filed This is done to give the contracting parties time to recon alder their action and make up Jeremiah Jupin of Meade county married his third wife a widow New Albany this week and kick because it cost him S3 He said his other marriages had cost him 150 each The clerk marked the price down to 2 in a spirit of compromise At Asheville N C the county clerk r having twasion to be absent left his 17 yrar old daughter Miss Emma Dills in charge of the office and signed up several marriage licenses in blank to bo used if called for The girl tilled out one for herself and when the old mann returned he found her married young man he had refused to accept as a son in law CHURCH MATTERS Rev J T Betts of Keene will fit the pulpit of the Baptist church Sun day morning and night Rev Gifford Gorden will preach a the Christian church at Turnersvillo at 11 oclock Sunday morning Rev Joseph Hopper will begin a meeting at Walnut Flat church Satur day night Sept 29 at 730 ZRev R R Noel has had 103 additions to three of his churches in the last 30 days 88 being added of that number in 20 days He seems to be doing good work at Pleasant Point Wnyncsburg and Grove The question of holding down the Sunday lid took a new phase at Co Elemore of the Christian church caused the arrest of W W and Bert Denison members of his congregation the former a deacon for selling lots in a new addition on Sunday- A generation ago the Sioux were sav ages whose name was a terror like that the Apaches at a more recent date Ten thousand Christian Indians are now attending the convocation of the Episcopal church on the Santee Reservation Most of them are Sioux and some them have traveled 200 miles to attend the convention All those from distant points are being entertained by the Sanee Sioux It is a splendid result of missions to the Indians- MORELAND A protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church Oct 1 The railroad carpenters are at work on the Q C depot making some much needed improvements and changes Born to the wife of Matt Engleman boyThe mother was Miss Delia Coffey Bertram Wesley for whom he youngster is named is delighted Notwithstanding the bad night the entertainmentMrs Briggs of the Poultry Yardgiven by the Christian Endeavor class at Moreland was wellattended and much enjoyed The class will likely give another comedy near the holidays G W Hunn has returned from Louisville after buying his fall line for the firm of Hunn Coffey Miss AliceI White has returned from Louisville after buying a supply of millinery goods which will be on sale in tho rooms over Hunn CofTeys store We are sorry to give up our clever operator Mr J W North who as accepted position as chief clerk at Burgin Harry Hughes takes Mr Norths place Miss Oneita Shewma ker is spending several days with her father near Harrodsburg CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will poei lively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund tho 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 speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Senator Joseph W Bailey of Texas gave out at Dallas a lengthy statement in response to charges now being cir culated Senator Bailey denies tho charges and declares that it is simply a renewal of the old fight against him by polkieallcnemies in Texas To Cure a Felon says Sam Kendall of Phlllipsburg Kan jest cover it over with Buck lens Araica Salve and the Salve will do the rest Quickest cure for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyn Bros Crab Orchard Guaratneod r p Small Blue Grass Farm for Rent Aliout IfOncres mllo trout com IIIOUM hull milt iruni urmlitl Hcliool Flrtturchurn mill nil iieceuiiry oiitbulldlnui uoutl greenlppqKv or mf Joijciiii lies rvstnur nut Blue Grass Farm For Sale I desire to tell prtviitely my fnrn of tin tllIIhlluOullllnU011Iltlpru SlaRIwreuleuteulallaltn orICKIIIIPU BLIC SALE I Mnrycol oathouburlJ1piRe on N i Milvriwon ut oxioiu Octotwr vifc Term on m mile- KUWAKUAUIORX 6xr3laryJenoliuttmnndwttOut PUBLIC SALE I Having rented out my Inrmuivd clveuiml to quit iimiiiiiK i will on- TJllMMIiAYCHrr Is 1M6 mil my per iHMl liroperly coiwlitlng of our youngermoire UPIIINI gtKKl nvcrlng IHiKirr x nood DDHUIIIUHI ofbluoknalthcart iHiggy i hlllr iOIICOCII planter JlllrIlot ol core tKlrllhlllll for twd bag lox ogllIrI WtIurlllIU11usde1sAMUNColPUBLIC SALE Of Land Stock and Crop I IluvliiKdocldetl to quit farming will on- riIUIMUVYOOT I8IWH oldlrllIlothehtghest IhiluutupIcrtechIdugood fleauair of mule 4yvar old IBS huiidt high loltllplllIdlti ofnilwill take i1w hire liuiiowlngtbo farm to 0kHlurtocouuueatwpnnnptlyut TWWAMIH 31cklnney Ky CIIIt T V K1151h11 tact NOTICEA Valuable Lincoln Co Blue Grass Farm for Sale I III MONIAYaT noil on the premlMs w4 will DCll nt public outcry our mrin situated Oil tin L A N Itallroad and 101111111rromOVdarUreek Hlatlon known an thu Kphrolm IVnnlnuton homistinil and ionialnlnc about acre on which U n two tory brick retldeiice with 8 rooiiin and well watertHl bythonerltounllll1IIlIticent Interent from Oct 15 lust until paid Notei nrgotinble mill mynble III Idncoiu County National Hunk at Htanford A lien IiiInrNlallRouthIdence The farm will then bo attend ni n whole that bid or lildv offering the hlKhett price will Iw accepted Male to UglH ut 10 oclock AM Hlnletonlheir 1 BY SPECIAL REQUEST Dr G Goldstein will visit Stan ford Monday Oct lit one day onlyat the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Ky file value of perfectly fitted glasses withregard to health can not be over estimated Their effect upon the tier vous system is directand through this indirectly upon tho entire organism A few of the troubles which result directly in this particular are Neu night Sick Headache and Nervous Prostration A cad mistake is made by most people iu putting off tale use of spectacles too long The oldadvice Dont begin specs till you have to has done a world of harm Anyono can by straining and squinting and looking sharp go for a long time without spectacles but he is sowing the seed of destruction in his eyes Consult Dr Goldstein eyesfreeOffice hours from 10 A jr to 3 r M at the St Hotel Will he onlyMonday PARKER BALSAMClro rl I lroraom NfTtr rani to JUtor Lyle It1r to IJI YOUIIIllltColor dtMud h m4 IhunrMl FARM FOR SALEI Having moved todlll rUCreik I deilre 1011 my farm 01 looncni on the Htnnfonl A OrnbOrihard plki2 mllft from Ornb Or chard Mum U vell with com AllInuatllouknver the iilnce cull cnll on Mr Hi Won who lives on the farm- nJHMlTII Hubert Creek Ky e Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Having Uotormlnrd to tllllt far ml up will prlvntely my farm of SIS acre neiir Moreliuulont hull MUullromlVnillei from Jmnvllle tto mile trolls Ilnvtonvlllr well situated on pike OropcontMn of corn hay stud oats Stock JviiiiftH Jnrk horne and brood shag Will Mll lit n bargain If I foil u buyer In the next or W ttnyi 1111 KING Morelnml Ky PUBLIC SALE utn Lincoln Jaunty JIll Urn Knrin IIlIllt11t1 nttorm y In filet for tilt beltofA Uwe M j will OB KATimUA OUT I 1101 Ml tim dwelling boil a on the pmnlt Hear Morvlaml in Uncoln county M ll Nt imlrilr aurtlon to lie Itlllh1 lAtldnr the FtVM of AP1 Ytion whirls iiild lln vcrydlrbleOIWatlIIiiIsoultalent goodIEIIMN3hNIr wale begin M 10 cluck M li f KHWAIIH AUOHN Ag mt PcI J 1 Mmmllor All- otPUBLIC SALE I inVlriinlaTIWltHIXT 421i1 troutllrnlstv111till highest bidder the following eworhlod ttlC1Jtf1Yout nlrnld of Nsn or ins tOIllO sound anil ride well thoroughbred mure a yens old Miund mid rcRlilortil Kannlng Imple mwiiu I good twohorw wngunl line frame tiny Inter Itohoo rako rutting liar row iniM thliiK harrow two ulcvm plow I glide mower IKrllllllolItlrul nodkllhenwill otter for wile mr farm lutist In high stub of eultlrvlo- lion mallIn excellent repair A Iniiutlful now cetinge contnhning all roomlllld klteli en Kootl Uirn ciirrlnue hou o tervantlioUM anil all necewoiry out huilkding Term mairknown on day of wile MAUVH MidKATII Capt I M 1uiiii Auct To Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during the mouth of August sell nt a discount all FRAMES ETC niul give the same guarantee of cat isfaction us before Olfico over Mr Roberts Drug Store U to 12 A n 130 to 4 i M W N Craig Stanford PRES rllO T10NS11 I THREE Honesty THINGS I AccuracyIntelligence arc a jwrt of every preecrii lion WQ fill octor does not write there down with the other ingredients becatibo of a tacit understanding that they are to go in always and ho I knows they WILL go in when you bring his order to us I Stanford DM4 Co se wattt aa PUBLIC SALE 1 I will jell ut sale nt my place l inllei West ol llttitonvlllo and one mllo troni Carpenter Hlntton on- TUKHDAYCXT 81WJH a lot of forming Itiipleinniitii namely I Me Connlck mower new latest linpruvnl Mo Cormlck rake Lluiniplon mower Hkelo ton mood two horM wuKon bug uy and gear a Oliver ClillUdhUfnelMiPIOW plows Hliovuli nml Mingle I Ille lhnrrow1 t harrow Ollltllll IloxnmlCornHliellcr I Tiilly liny Fork IIIL lhouseblld titlil Kitchen Furniture Rood bough A Wllrrn Organ 6 Vol Huddle Terse lleglslog o oleo lot of pure Comb Wliltu Leghorn OhlckouMdOhltn WynmloUtm Ntraln nxtrn lnrgu Narnlga1Wt- TurkeysIhenlwelghlnafront nloripnU1sd Gobbler trop A nice lot of White Kerretn bnU tipvclnlly for nit hunt 1ng1 tlnll broil brood more l tine I year old colt t12 by lrospcct sw1 by IIIKnl ty Inro llWUtdHinHqulrllelSI by lllIck wmilrru M tlno ymrl n Kllly Norn O MlS lull1dter to HeiUtl agtkl tollbllltl nmru Theme colts oreout of blue tie fnmlllfn in fur ui enn U trnciU oldiMitli vlilei Ono combined liorhol I t year old mare rmle hands high pair of uged muie15 hands inches high Rood l Jack a or t Years old ssoToilsoKW 11rubbertireddMurph ytunke seed of imnll milk- cowl lot of baled hny term of im acres nil In Krn II and nN land RI cnn be found In the country Ilno tobllccoRn1 hemp threetwo dwlIIng 1I0UMeI cellnnthouseJOHN HTKKI K CARPENTER Hiintonvtlle Ky a MEN SViJRR orliMen ofiTHIS LOCALITY wear r J s The Fountain Dress f Shirt in every conceivable pattern and style The Choice things are Black and White Checks and Stripes and White Plaited Bosom all with Cuffs Attached Ornstein Rices Neckwear They use in the Wide end strings and Wide 4inhands and winsors Plain White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs in both Linen and Silk Collars are Medium Tall dither in the double band Turnover or a r Wing Standing Tan GlovesI litReal H J McROBBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY 1 STATIONERY We have just received a new as sortment of Stationery All the latest styles in Box Paper Tablets and Envelopes tiotivOa Box Paper 5c to 100 Tablets 5c to 25 Cents Envelopes 5 and lOco PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln County national Dank JOf Stanford Ken1uckye CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000J c s = OFf10ERSywS H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDEJJT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J 0 OWHLCT Stanford IL SHANK Stanford a W OAHTCK Tarnen llle W n CUM III Pre cber Tllle L 0 Ooocii WajDMburg W II THATUJK Ollberu Creek It L ncBntE Lincaiter W 0 WALKIB Stanford J n Koirrn Stanford W U IIIIAtKI Stanford J n PAXTON Htanford We endItankerandtirecontinent with safe blinking Modern HnMy IHpotlt Jloxei In our vault for uio ofour Uuitotiiors 1 First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 500001 This Initltntlon wai originally established ai the Deposit Dank of Btaaford In 1111 then rear anlzed ai the National Bank oi Stanford la 1806 and again reorganized IIthe First National Baik of BunJord In 1112 having had practically an uninterrupted existence for U years It U better supplied now with facllltlei for transact eYerbetorilia Accounts of Indlylduali Fiduciaries ud Cit piriHiii Solicited Officers J 8 BOOKER Pretl BT UAHUJS V Pre J J MoBODERTB Ohr W II WEAUENAiit Ohn Directors r Reid OanTllU fJK L Tanner McKlnae M D Elmore Stanford StanfordTJu Robinson Hubble StanfordJ0 E Tate Stanford t 14 v f IfJ TANKOHD KY 4Mr14 1UOG LIST us order you some engraved calling cams everything in the latest Jlenn r JIPRSONALS lMIW KATK MIUBR ttnulte III jiMrw J C McCLAHY lit nt Olympian ouaprlngB C LACKIIY hi up from liar diburg Mn WM SUVBHANG to in the city buyilg geode v W G WmiBM it clerking for Hughw Singleton MM W S URNllAM spent several fiaya with her relatives In Garrard JACK Infant ion of Mn nnd Mrs It L Albright of Rowland Is very ill r Mns W T SMITH returned Wednea day from u visit to relatives nt LoxfnK 8 teat Mos me LEE H AMI JOHN STOVE SBpont several days at the Lexington Mil WM H NUNN LLCY of Louis NunIAND Mns HAKNBS Into the homo of Mr and Mrs tMn D Wcaren V P UAULAIIO and wife of of Mr andMo were guests Mrs Joseph CofToy Miss JBNNIE NEWLANU spent several days with her brother Mr T D New land Jr in Danville Mats It J HUMIILB of Pcrryvllle is with her children Mrs J U Powell and Mr T W Humble It L DAVISON and daughter Ilrzie Davison and Minnie 1MRS are in Louisville AND Mlle H H CAAINITZ of Ilustonvlllc spent yesterday with the family of Mr G U Cooper thisiMns A G EABTLAND loft Monday for Danville where she will visit Mrs Eo S EastlandCourierJournal Mns It H YOUNG of Louisville und Miss Edna Camnitz of Hustonvillc were guests of Mrs G B Cooper Miss NANCY YBACEK left Wednes for New Orleans to spend the winter withMrs Joseph Johnson her aunt MESDAMES A W CARIENTEU and George Turner nnd Mr G Iw Car- pentert spent several days in Louisville Mn AND Mns J C BAILEY returned yesterday from a visit to relatives at + SU Louis Litchfield III and Coving tonMn J 0 NEWLAND is up from Som eriot with his parents Mr and Mrs 0 IJ Ncwland lie is threatened with ver MRs MATTIB WHITE und daughter Miss Mamlo White are thinking off spending the coming winter in Call I ALICE AND Host ALCOIIN left yesterday for Council muffs In where they will teach in the State School for tho DenCIMESDAMEH B Pruitt of Moreland and C L Pruitt of Middlcburg are in Louisville baying goods MR BLAND BALLAHD and family of Danville and Miss Mary Wallace Ballard of Richmond have been with the family of Mr Joseph Coffey MISSES ELEANOR AND LILLIAN IEIIS who have been with their grandpar ents Dr and Mrs T M Lewis reoI turned to Covington Wednesday Mns LOTTIE HOLMES and grand children who have been guests of Mr and Mrs George P Bright loft yester day for their home at Phoenix Ariz Mn PIIILLIP Moss of Fort Smith Ark a schoolmate of Dr W Harry Hlgglns is his guest They will both leave for Johns Hopkins University Monday MRS LucY ST CLAinu who Is 74 years old took the premium at the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington on butI ton hole work Rather remarkable for n lady of her age MK F B TWIDWELL of Huston vlllo who has been traveling for the R J Reynolds Tobacco Co for sometime has been given charge of a divis ion at Meridian Miss This is quite a promotion for the clever gentleman MRS STBELE BAILEY won the second prizo in a word contest given ly the Montenegro Reihm Co Louisville The prize is worth 100 on any piano or organ made by that company Mrs sell certificate at a big redactionI NEW FALL COATS SUITS We now have open for your inspection the SWELLEST line of COATS and SUITS we have ever displayed They are copied from Imported Mod els direct from London and Paris and are absolutely correct See the new Ripple Back Coat the Prince Chap Coat the Suspender Coat We have them in plain and fancy materials Blacks are a strong favorite with fan cies a close second Prices range from 500 to 3500 Come and look them over New Rain Coats Just I- nSEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY L M HUBY is in Louisville WALTBH SCOTT is over from Paris threatened with Cover Mn JAMKS M SAUPLCY is up frog Winfleld Tonn to spend a week with tho homo folks WILL WEST und Doc Tate of Wayne county wore here this week in search of n good farm to rent DR W F VAUDIIAN and wife arrlv od yesterday Dr Vaughan is the nav pastor of tho Methodist church Mn L A FAHISS and wife hnve moved down from the West End and oecupy their homo on East Main Miss ELISB ENOLEMAN leaves Saturday for St Augustine Fin where sho will tench in thcr School for the Deaf Miss MARY AUXINS returned Tuesdn from Louisville where she has bee visiting her cousin Miss Nancy Dud dernrMns MOWS CIIRISTMAN and daugh tar Miss Georgia of Richmond hay been guests of Mr and Mrs John Christman MRS D S McKiNNEY and daughter Miss Mao McKinney of Lafollcttc Tenn nnd Miss Anno Ashlock or Gilberts Creek are visiting friends In the Weal JndIMIDSHIPMAN CASWKLL SAUCLEY Icfi yesterday for Washington City when no one of tho akers at aI banquet given to tho navalcadets to night From there he will return to Annapolis to resume his studies LOCALS DONT forget to register Tuesday FIIRSII oysters and celery Saturday Mrs W S Jones SEE those allwhite granite baking pans at George Farris N B HAYS spoke to a small crowd at Hiistonvlllo yesterday FULL lino of fall goods prices to suit buyers Tribble Pence REGISTER Tuesday or youll not be allowed to vote in November FOR SALE Five omcottage or Whitley Avenue E D Peyton EGGS are worth 20c pcrdozcn Pretty high for hen fruit at this season TUB Baptist Missionary Society will meet with Mrs Mocker this afternoon OWE W ofCrab Orchard has been granted a patent on his gate SQUIRE JOHN ELLIS sold to Mr Spar Anderson his homo on East Main Street for 2GOO ED HunnARD dhire Farmer a cottage and lot on tho Cutoff pike for 500 FOR SALE Secondhand surrey in firstclass shape Will sell cheap Dr W B OBannon I MAKE burnt leather postal cards and take orders for burt leather Ill lows Mrs Bessie McKinney A CALF butted Mr HCummins the Preachersvillo merchant down breaking his arm near the wrist MY store will bo closed Saturday on account of the Jewish holiday Como in Monday and get bargains Sam Robinson THE court of claims meets Tuesday Clerk Cooper and Deputy Eph Penning ton are busily engaged docketing the ladies of the Presbyterian church wish It known that they will hayo a bazaar for the benefit of their church on Dec 15 MR C H CARTER and wife brought us in a cushaw Wednesday that must have weighed 75 younds They havo our thanks for their cleverness GEO B HARRIS Crab Orchards holding a big reduction sale at his store Ho is making some unheard of Prices Call and get a share of the bargains MR N B Hays attorney general or Kentucky and anWadminiatration candidate for governor will speak at ho courthouse hero Monday Oct 8th ounty court day REGISTER Next Tuesday Oct 2 is egiatratlon day Voters living in Itanford Hustonville Crab Orchard and Rowland should bear this in mind Unless you register you can not vote n either the general election or primary n November WANTED To buy a few shares o Ir First National Bank stock Apply nt this office IP yon want something good to eat try some of those fresh cakes at Mrs W S Jones NEW line of cooking stoves and rang Just received Call and inspect Hughes Singleton TUB members of the Christian chard at Turntrsvillu will sell their old orgnr nt auction In front of tho churrh at 3 oclock Saturday afternoon Oct GOSIIEN Mrs 1Gooch has decided to break up house keeping and fro to Somerset There will be singing ut Goshen every Sunday at 2 oclocl and Sunday school at 3 TilE Alger Wall Comedy Repertoir Co will hold tho boards at Alcorns Opera House next Wednesday night Oct 3 J B Finley will givean enter tainment there on Friday night Gth to bo followed by n hop THIIEB of Somersets 19 licensed saloons have gono to tho wall lately forced to close for benefit of creditors Somerset Journal The millenium must be close at hand when a saloon in Pulaskis capital It compelled to shut up shop on account of lack of patronage Tim Race fora Widow was a disappointment to our theater goers who had expected something grand as the admission price hid been advanced The play is not an interesting one nor was it overly well presented In short tho company headed by Pete Baker is cleverer oft than on the stage THE Harrodsburg Herald hands out this following good ono It is said that the best way to preserve apples In the winter is to wrap them in newspa pers so as to exclude tho air Tho exception is made however that the newspaper must bo one on which the subscription has been paidelse the dampness resulting from what is dew may result In spoiling the fruit IT is rumored thatthe C is preparing to spend about 1000000 to build a track around the famous Kings Mountain tunnel in tho South Endof this county This tunnel is 3948 feet in length and cost nearly three quar ters of a million dollars While it has not been given out definitely that this scheme is a go yet it has come from high authority and it is probably tho road will undertake this move In addition to the doubletracking that is now going on To show how clever some people are and how willing they aro to say good things of the dead we will mention a little experience we had the other day A good lady came In with an obituary ot a hundred lines or more and left it for publication Somo hours later when the printer was knee deep In the tribute to tho dead tho lady came again to inform us that owing to the fact that the deceased wasnt dead wo had better withold the article until a more appropriate season HELM Having heard that Harvey Helm tho Tall Sycamore of tho Hang ing Fork had been nominated for Con gress by the democrats of the Eighth Kentucky district republicans in Washington who hail from that region are discussing tile probable nominee of their party They have had grape vine dispatches indicating that one of two gentlemen will bo given tho honor however empty or full it may prove to be The most prominently mentioned Is F P James the wellknown lIar rodsburg business man who has been a leading republican for years It is un derstood however that he is a little shy about getting into the game Tho other probability is Tom Ballard the Lawjenceburg druggist who is the dis trict committeeman of his party Tom is also a stalwart republican and while he might not ornament the raging stump never having trained as a spell binder ho would be right there in a baby kissing campaign or if its to bet still hunt he might borrow a paw of Godfrey Hunters gum shoes Kentucky democrats here who know Helm are confident that he will be elected by a handsome majority and are sure that ho will make a thoroughly acceptable representative He is a lawyer of abil ity a good speaker and an allround rood manWashingtOn dispatch to Louisville Times TUB James Walker Givens farm oC 131 acres near McKinney will be sold at auction Oct 12 Also a lot of stock crqps nnd household furniture See at vcrtiaement Tuesday TUB report current yesterday that New Orleans had been dostroyod by n tidal wave was greatly exaggerated Very little damage was done tho groa Southern city by wind and water JAMBS A DUDDBRAR of Lincol county a young fellow that sported hIs first mustache the same year we did and sang out of tho same hymn bool for the edification of tho same bright eycdgirla we did was in Somerset on business for tho McKinney flouring mills He is des ended from n famil of millers who always knew whose con they were feeding to their own hogs Somerset Journal drummerJoe Russell a Lou and lien Shreve a merchant at Merri mac became involved in a fight am Russell was stabed in the should- erNOTICE I Lincoln Circuit fourt 0 D Florence ns mlmr plaintiff cr leo- N Patten hers etc defendant Onler- ThcrttMIlttrsot the ealatnof Oro IIlhd ten deeenaaalareonlerelto to nee II r clalmii nKOliiht salt estate properly proven on or Infore Nov S Clnlni no prescnhvtwfllh1 the time mentioned will oat tie nIlOn OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly 1VhltoaM1111 Him Ixwn thoroughly renovated and It now In line condition to make the bett of flour aenl etc Ointom grinding clone on eneh Tue and Friday Will grind for the toll as formerly Give me n trial W It Hr tilt 1rop Crab Orchard Ky FARM FOR SALE I TIP farm of the Iota John W Ialmrr U for sale nod the underxlgned will take IMourIII showing It to any one dishing to purchase Mime The farm contains lug iicresnndls In Jarrard county Iolnt JAII veil on the Illchmond A 14111C- 85tarpokenud Ii In n lilKh elate of cultivation Attyonelusvhigclnltas ngalntt ald Pat merVieitate will present them tome or my attorney I L w properly proven PUBLIC SALE I Having old my tarn I will tell at public iialo at my plncu adjoining Hros nnd John Murphy In Woit Lincoln on- HATUHOAYHKITSI till following pertonal property Two hones good for farm und fatally 15 acre of corn In slwck also my household- and kitchen furniture All setae under cnili over that amount a credit of W days on good note with 8 per ccutlntet- N A IANN McKinney Ky J I Uixxle Auctioneer FARM FOR SALE I I wlUolTer for sales my farm of acres located rt tulles West of NMcholnwIlle In Jessamine county TIIlllHUAY OOTlR The land Is In n high utate of cultivation running water entire length of farm the Improvement urc two tenant houses two stock Isinu two tobacco luirnn n good road near the churchen shops stores and rural reapsTRIIMi4Onethlnfcash balance In i nnd 3 lIrlillt per rent Imrrett on the frnIIIIlIl1lItlllnd leln retained on land At mime limit will a lot of stock crop and farming Implement Any ono wishing to tilt term can come to Mlclioliuvllle and call me by phone O HTKOtmiAN Nlcholavvlllv Ky Ideal CropStock or Dairy Farm ForSaleBy WT Ewing Rial Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky iWiS acres nt llurglii Kycornerlng two pikes nlco reddened large tolmcco bnrn stock lama with dairy apartment other building owing water fruit grow large crop wheat tobacco hemp ors clover gnus Lava hue nlllt produce well Owner lma town lUOacrc wheat which anicreof owner wanting tarot with two houses iiiltubta for Iteand Ids brother Exchange If suitable Have many other properties for wile Write at- ePUBLIC SALE I I will toll at public auction At my home 15 miles East of MtanKird and H l milt from Walnut Flat on- wnlNKNIAY OCT 51141 Tho following decrll ed property On- ohnlkllltovi parlor organ room sowlu mschlae t rocklQK cJllllra ont other turiilture dining table lot of dishes and uttlIV1 furniture set ragon harness wheat drill corn planter heck rower corn speller cutUnc box orncrimher tow I cUlthnturtl Duo inrrow mnootlihig show lplows few and n inimbiir of other iirmliig Implement I good work horse mllleJnltnbloiHirrel of apple vinegar lot of thlnglei etc bogTtkm known on day of sale Bulii will begin promptly at oclock A a JTBINQAMA- NPWlrw y ttol J V Ubnndler Auct SCHOOL CLOTHES FOR BOYS must be stoutly constructed else they will not stand Foot Ball c Boys should have plenty exercise so buy them clothes that will stand the test of hard wearOur Perfection Clothes are just kind for boys They will and tumble wear ithe standiall sizes from 3 years Prices 150 to 15 Let us clothe your boy i 11i CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY L s+ e ti + llf4Iti + + +II llft+ + JI + III + I + III We are Now Ready Withour Fall Line of plaijnellettes Outings Fleecedowijs Etc to supply your Fall needs We have a large range of patterns in Flannel ettes and Fleecedowns suitable for Waists Kimonas and Bath Robes at IO 12 12 and 15c a yard We also have our complete stock of Fall and Winter Underwear ready for- your inspection Ladies Vests and Pants regular and extra sizes at 25 35 50c and 1 per garment Ladies Union Suits at 50 65c and 1 per suit Also a line of Childrens Under wear for all ages from Infants to MissesSee new lot of 5 and lOc ware tFi4If 1rM L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 11 r I The Interior Journal JtritredinlhePottOfficeol Stanford cuI Iaad ekgl matter ynnusiiisu TUISHIIAW MID TIt1DAU II LT 35100 PER YEAR CASH Rl0Whn not so paid IZOO will be charged T s For Sale Privately I lay house and 10 acres of land IUuated of town limits on the Somerse erIa1tt5aidvnd uClUaryoutbulldlng one IJA S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY l Cffic over McRoberta Drug Store in r the Owsloy Buil- dingINSURANCE Life andwindstormFire Llllhtning OMHT and- tbtl y1Jr1ompnnlee nl ltepreeenttrl LuNUStYltec Rates woiD quitllvd TlAlk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No Si BDOARTER I Successor to Bruce OarterI limy Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOBD Ky S to Commercial Mene Ywiatpaattention ia eolicited llowei on commission Stock Pena In Connection Two Farms For Sale my taro of 100I Klah toI Iesa-themiles west of Lancaster on myofkwaterlnn timibePrWell fenced- and repair unllllllroed farm of 1o ICrOl- 17lnll Also nn and Joex lancntertnidwey between flood outlet tRch 1toll- tenced Ternureasonnble T I 11EItIt1NO- SthrksburYKy Give Me Your Order 1 Can Please You when there Vh buy readynindoclothlnc ofQ little in deg10 lulllnd II lultSIflemeasurement taken by nD experienced f anr line Hprlng tailor I hnvu II I cnn mnke from II low pricegoodlRaonmer suit the finest dress lUll Also FF5Dalneesssrslmny rrepresentp toneutthebrit The t H C KUPLEY the Tailor I LAND FOR SALE t oftlneterming- ndMtunted prlIIIelIlnCl1Will hClI itlnenster ont one Intuwu 11- mt IoI11nlIon 1lke bOUlllIl1erel Abolll has limy All unfer good flnellll lIYoMQf steetoIntlforliMditlg Wilier ptir1IURsltilts YeIInnddwelllng upprecllttMh Hlncu the- artyeuuuclltwenforcing the IlIn8 in thu gllod propertYtIii In greet mi llrhnnd It I olrnW lo aIinneiistor Ky Parl Tractorn2ALaa + Wh15kll Brando Wines Beer t Giaars Etc rprHautsa STANFORD KY stele to ttsntloa Nothing lhba- NAAnt Promptsndpolite tr Itlrrpl orders rcdve- ybpt ttotloa e dCeCla y Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HurnesaSaddlery r Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY a Phone 107 name Phone 33 JtLBeazleyCo TJadertaliers and Embalm fI13 Also Dealers in Fur zxre MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for sJl Kinds of Stock Give 3be 4 a Call Pricea Rightt WNFORD KENTUCKY m Ii FARMERS DEPARTMENT The Bourbon County Fair cleared 1800R Nunnelley sold two mule colts for 130 Wm Beck sold to W T Beck 151 00 pound cattle at 3Jc J C Reid of the West End sold to- D C Allen a bunch of hogs at 585 FOR SALf145 owes one to five years old and three Southdown bucks F Robinson Lancaster IB Fayette Wilkinson after winning 400 with his good race marc sold her to a Chattanooga party for tOO J D Eads Sons sold to Lutes 23I3 John G Lynn Jr sold to W G Cowan a bunch of 225pound hogs at sic Mr Lynn also sold a lot of hay at 1250 per ton Salvidere has been insured for 50 000 He will bo sent to John E Maddens Hamburg Place near Lexington to spend the winter Rue Curry report the sale of thei William Phillips farm of 175 acres just beyond Harrodsburg to J B Vandic vier at 105 per acre M E Allin has just returned from Wayne county where he purchased 186 cattle 165 of which are choice feeders weighing from 900 to 1100 He paid for them Sic to 363 Danville News Many horses and mules in the west end of Boyle county are becoming afflicted with a strange disease which drives them desperately mad and actuates them in deeds of a raving and furious character Herald Dan Patch delighted a great crowd visitors at the Interstate Fair at Sioux City la Sept 12 by going a mile in 201J over a track that was so in mud that the fastest race of day was won in only 219 S R Teater sold to Brown Kelley 47 302pound hogs at cents He also same parties eight 1100 pound cattle at SJcents W K Cardwell sold his 19067 hemp crop to Thomas Voris of Burgin at 535 straight hundred Harrodsburg Herald Horse breeding is being greatly encouraged by the government in Japan A sum of 375000 has lately been made available by the Mikados government for the establishment of public studs at various points in the Island Empire and it is proposed to begin at once the purchase of 1500 stallions to be placed in these public depots- A Glasgow dispatch says Tobacco buyers have gotten busy in this county and there are now 10 buyers to where there was one a year ago The buyers have already contracted for some 2000 000 pounds in the past few days and so keen are the purchasers to close con tracts they are in many instances buy ing crops in the field and at prices that are away above those prevailing last year The Lexington trots commence Tuesday Oct 2 and continue for two weeks Every day one or more of the historic stakes are contested and the races are filled with all the sensational horses from all sections meeting at Lexington for the first time this year The entry list is the largest on record and Ken tuckys Great Trots will be the best ever known Excursion rates of one faro for the round trip will be in force from all Kentucky points The best horses music and races ever known in Kentucky will be the attractions Remember the dates Oct 213 and at tendIWAYNESBURG The farmers arc quite busy cutting corn and will soon be ready to sow people of this locality are feelingI at a loss now that the meeting Baptist church has closed There were 25 additions The lent meeting has also dosed Mrs Belle Marshall of Denver Col Mrs Nannie Goseberry Mrs oLeo nard Mrs Frankie Osborn allof In dianapolis and Mrs Nannie Layton of Anderson Ind arc visiting Mrs M A Smith and other relatives in this section Miss Julia Cliff of Louisville has been visiting relatives and friends here will return in a short time Clin ton Johnson is improving Mrs Lottie Gooch of McKinney made a flying visit to Waynesburg Joe Records broth er of Garrard has been visiting him Miss Maggie Horton left for Cumber land Falls yesterday Mrs Lucinda Pitman is visiting her son at Eubanks Mrs Mary Martin is quite ill Miss Virgio Florence has been visiting her mother Pain from a Brun Promptly Re lieved by Chamberlains Pain Balm- A littlo child of Michael Strauss of Vernon Conn was recently in great pain from It burn on the hand and as cold applications only increased the inflammation Mr Strauss came to Mr James N Nichols a local merchant for something to stop the pain Mr Nichols says I advised hltnU use Chamberlains Pain Balm and the first application drew oUt the inflam mation and gave immediate relief I have used this liniment myself and recommend It very often for cuts burna trains and Jump back and hav never known It to disappoint For salo by Stanford Drug Co- 1P11 T4 r T MH WAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured by Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy When my boy was two years olll belied a very severs attack of Lowe complaint but by tho use of Cham borlaltts Collo Cholera and Dlarr hoea Remedy fro brought him out all right says Maggie Hlckox of Mid land Mich This remedy can bo do pended upon in tho most severe cases Even cholera Infantum is cured by It Follow tho plain printed directions and u cure is certain For sale by Stanford Drug Co The Old Jordan distillery broke dirt for a new warehouse Tuesday When completed it will hold 11000 barrels of whisky The old warehouse hold 17500 barrels Harrodsbnrg Herald Considerable bug juice for n town which has recently gone dry by an overwhelming majority Tho laxative effect of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Usoagtve ablo and so natural you can hardly realize that it Is produced by u mcdl These tablet also euro lndljriS1 tion anti biliousness Price 25c Sam Ales free at Stanford Drug Co Winfield Crane and Miss Vernie Duns more eloped to Jcllico from Boyle county and were made on- eEXCURSION TO MAMMOTH AYE Friday Oct 5 935 the RoundTrip onReg ular Train Leaving Crab Orchard at 401 A M Rowland 420 A si STANFORD 425 A M fhis amount pays the Railroad fare also board at Cave hotel from arrival for dinner until after dinner the tiJllowing day 1110 the long nnd short routes in the cave See LtL N A- gentNOTICET Our mode of advertising Diffees Liquid Soap is to Give Every Family a Sample Free to test its merits anti ut our oxpenso de nsk you not to condoinn us with out n trial We claim that Urn is not only A LABOR SAVER but clothes washed in DIFFKES SOAP will last 20 cent longer is there is no Rubbing Required nUll sitivelytrot to the fabric For Scrubbing and Removing Greruo SiKits it has no equal and will wash in hard water same as soft Remem her FREE to ALL Dout condemn is without a trial For further infor nation see the undersigned J F Cash Gen Mgr Lincoln Co Trade Murk Registered Will be nt McKiu icy for the next three weeks I want it partner with some monev Good investment Webers FamousBand House Land for Sale I will Hell nrlvntnly my home niul llvi ncroftof lend ltnlf n Hide from In good end TurneuIIul n d church For particular ASO MrllitK Htfinfortl Ky FOR SALE I Mr of nlxiut Bncroiilf milI Hurt of ihiMonvllle on jmnvlllo pike Kind lfVforporn iiiul hey urop with jilnco If tiikttn lath lIt xt 3hlll O Moralnnd Ky MAN WANTED I Home one beer Btiinfonl tit ntist tu In NhoMlntfiiiul Kcllliiu pro ertIes No ox vr hence iiwpsvnry if will to let us t nbh yoiithtt real estate bultless salary Ol IHT month to honest iniiii willing to dt voti part of his hue to this luitlnutn- COOlKllATlVK LAND CO 1A =JAmlriu llldtf MlniUiHK MlnTTT Horses Handled horsebynnlwil Hive mi it trial lt rt n iirt s HintKd M MiTnrty 11 Ilk Lolinge mock Funu Htiinfonl Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBKB A CLAES801T Pren JUNCTION CITY KY rtriVClaji Turnout at Keaionabl Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and Oar For S- alaPOSTED W e who e niimin 1I11r below strictly forbid hunting Hilling or nny kind ot tnii ini liiK on our plum nnd will proecule vl olntora to the full extent of the law Krinl VonClrurnlgnn Hplcliimbiuh lines Knsl VoiiAllninn A VonurufiilKun- Kn l lluunmnn Utorm lloluux K ltpleh ntinoh Jowpn Hullou A P Dunn J Ilndnnnn- MrtMUnydrnWoIob M tl Klinorv- Dnvld HleiilHiM Mnrv I Niiniivllay J N lIuITIIIIII OlirUtlnnOniyiion J U Jncob Jinwifn Hunt Dninrron MrsMJAshluek tIloverKred Hnndorf Notice of ElectionI this Fhcnl H ulIlIlIIJusJnewsM luuldornrund W U Wnllln It win moved by Juitlrv W M liuddtrnr act Kwumlnl by Juttlre W l Walllit that HIP fullowhtg nation In tnkon liy this court urniHl Jury of Mnrolii county nt Ietl tirin of tlw Iluruln circuit court hav ing rmHiiniiifiHlvd n new court buuse for lliifoln mad It npponrhiK to the sn- tIfnetlnnufthis court Unit this court Imusr now In uw Is tinMiff end liiiul iiiiti for tkv tiiibllironvonlHiiconnit lint prv vrviitloii ol the fUbllrrecspnlsitisonlvnabed uIJuI wl t sum iUii l n hwMwriry to bnlld n now nuirtlioilns and It U further ordrrxil that nil vlratloti In archwllo1IedsittitessteruivolnigIr-reihctutnLlncolhcounty on th Sib dily of Novfntlir HIM tb dny of tin iwt ttPli ml election nt which the npprnprlituon nlMiv niiKitfttnlMlinll ouliinlttMl tu th legulvotrsof Lincoln county for tlmlr up or rrJtrtion Thfulicrlttof Lincoln county Udlnwlwlto iiilvrrlNr mild vln tlon for ut Iciul III dnyt next rotor tlu silly thtrvof In lilt IXTH KIOII JoritNAt n wipHiKr Iwlim the only tinIbehoI the vlwctlon Utwit the kiuiif liIIUI IItsalHtntc nt the the WIIIIH U Iwld Tin clerk of the Lincoln county cotirt 1uU ciiu to Ix Hinted on the olllclnl lutllo I to lntufd liiMildilrctlon the wont unit ilg Lire Are you in favor of itu of tHMloforlmlldlnKii ntw rOllnholl for Lincoln countynniid linvf twoiimcm thf of antiiH ore for voter IIonlI11propciutlnnto1dwlnnttlby till word 0 a1 wild Uil lot In nil other rvviMvtii re iuretl tly N0 Illtouf the lenturkHtnlules In the event that the rttIloU 111111111 of Itlflll voters of LInw1In UOllt vote In fay r of Mild iiiproiirlntlon It onlrnd tlmt thl spurt finite ties Uindx of Lincoln county to the aluhtuf tKM itolie prrptredwxeeut ml IIIHl Ixtiml ulI primed tarsus UlllliT tin nl of the U h nUlliiR Judge of trIII140InW111Cl1utMndI- II wunterl awl liy therlerk of said sour iHiMtlile to Unnr nt Lincoln tVHiHty KM humid Ilnnk of lord Kl Snyunrw fruin he dote of nine with the lUll of l HUH In IS year from dutc which InmiU hell nut Ixiir n Knitter nite of Interest lim- nIIr rnnt pnynlilc 5 iiiliiinniilly it filtl coin County Nntlonul Hunk of Hhutfunttltld lltt rest enupw111IIIII attaetnil lo Mild IJrtroloauntyilenoinlnntlonii of Vii fh anti any were cnllnd on sold motion anal thenmnc wna uniinlniouxlynll of the Jnstlrns vol Inn for MIIIIO IiiHilc li n Ailmiu W SI JlIIhhrur and W II Wnllln tielnx iuoriiin ot this hotly Atte 111 t TIOlKI- ttlurk Lincoln Plural Cocrt fly K IVnnnmtoii I C i Kiuckfl Great Trot- sOCTOBER LEXINGTON 213 Daily Grand Concerts 21000 Futurity Oct 2 Great 200 Pace Oct JO 5000 Transylvania Oct 4 3000 Walnut Hall CupOct8 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct 9 ONE OR MORE STAKES DAIUVN Half Fare on All Railroads 1 FACSIMILEOF PACKAGE EXACT OWING TO TOE INw CREASE In our Husinitfs and the Demand for IligliGrmie Goods we have Bought the Fninourt er Griffon Brand Clothes for the Fall and Win ter 906and 197t The Models of which arc ready forNyour Inspection nt I Sam Robinsons Next Door to tho Lincoln Coun TStanfordHOSPITAL rHTSICUNS SAID I IT BCLIOtlT US TO weD SOKtTHINO TO CUE THIS DUI OLD SUrrZKL l ttMNuvt01a4UH vr ttose lit LophtlohtcayurtlI urn o moth lert WI eventyaroyesnoldalblmethathbesadtbuwof Zrmu e1 brbIJIIttt b 0 r o5erln min altendanre Unlll IHollroabt ltUrdln to Ibe dlaSneslOt lbs doctors in Ib Mea e hard wurtr1I her Is mad bhUD tor br tamil Mn tmrdt Ndmbaloterayrr- go bran 10 UJtIL gradually raw norM and =Irr body was of wrw tiantlj IbutalnsWnullonwaMldresdrul atamn tbstts ealmuubllur rIO t Tli doetert hwo of our barIrunuupenl the Cab Inrarsbld when t uleq lrrolux Mild It would drildit n to Sod something bear thudcar ohaar 1mowaismudon hi upper pert of lbs body DID nlteied he patient of the uinbl dlc rrrsrautdb ISrbingandbrnlol Tiduc rhadbandraun the If ftrrr dabulawlaathey aw Iti wonilcf rul ehtogInthe- Skis ben Frmo hid been Did turf Tron td hush nwj oa lb tai nradaallf n b an to and are now almost ai smooth as tntace wastwas rnnlwd nibs ftri of the budr Ibn stun falf4 cS ItthlDir ffaxnd It Menu nuw ai si a nteata to a Ywcwfewper lrtetot team who basi been juur won derful rnuadr and tbinki that a bai a crul future iMfora Ik Itnpmfalir MRS MARY PERRY BULlSNurw In IlapaalyNo 203 N Silt S- LECZEMA PIMPLEST tAND Alt IKtM AND SCALD DIlKAItt 0111 IK CVUD IT JA1 OUARANTIIO AND BOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD f I leave just received BIG LOT of the above staves nnd am now to furnish you one nt a reasonable figure rcmlylXJ GEORGE H FARRIS Refrigerators and Water Coolers at Cost for the Next 10 Days A i George DI Hopper Stanfora Ky DONT LET THIS BARGAIN PASS 1 Hnvlnuilvcldtd to gu musk In the Murcnntllit lliinlniia will lull nn insy teen and hf ivharKuIn III dtl roxldenii1 on IJincnutHr Htrcttt flousti of seven rooinii In nddl good ee lar two Inttlvu porch room hull nnd it llr tcliiM Imtli room Alto good house wnrehoiuv cool liouno mid oilier outlmlldlnKannd fine Kitnlim 11sa idencwoutlmlldlngsnnd fonolnuln llritclim repair portly now HiililHiico hasi tine thane water o light and lint hut not least tine billion anti best of neigh ion Only two minute walk from the ItN Depot For one anti t rnin cull on or A- ILddro ss THOH O HAW Iltonu Ml Htunford ICy yt r r