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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u J ir i 1l tftJ t 4 Ft h t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 1906 NO 58 Ml W I VArGIiANI The new pastor of tho Methodist church The doctor has been nn expounder of the gospel for 40 years 1C Venn of which time ht was presiding older IIu Is a remarkably well pre J lervwl man and has never been com t pelted to cancel an appointment to i Vjireaah because of ill health Dr v Vaughan has a wire but no children L They cuujy the iitonrRcon Danville Avenue MATRIMONIAL Otto Enivlin and Ophelia Wcstcndorf wore married at OltrnUoim Oct 8 Senator Thomas C Matt of New York U said to have deeded away near ly all of hit property in anticipation of u suit for divorcu Judge nnd Mm Kobtirt Klddoll of Ir vine announce the engagement of their daughter Annette to Mr Charles I 4 Cunningham of Micldlosboro The wedding will take place the latter part of this month Mr Cunningham Is a prominent nownpupor nun The lIver wedding of Mr and MM A S Robertson on Friday evening In celebration of their 25th anniversary was a very beautiful affair Tim b rooms were decorated In green andj white roics and carnations with lOrI tlerwof smilax at the folding except in the dining room which was in pink ruses and carnations Those re ceiving with Mr and Mra UoberUon were Mrs Frank Iogan Miss Annie McDowell and Mr Joe Lee who were present at their marriage In 1881 and Mrs Edward Allen and Mm W S Rowland who were room mates of Mrs Robertson at Hell Seminary At tho colTee table wore sening Mrs William Strlngfcllow and Mr Edwards of Caldwell College whllo Miss Sadie Cecil presided at tho punch howl A largo number of guests enjoyed the delightful repast that was served during the evening and were one in extending brat wishes to the happy and devoted couple Danville Advocate The antiadministration papers and I x their imitators have been making great ado over tho indictment of Win + tate Thompson capitol policeman for l running a blind tiger on the new capitol grounds They have assumed r hU guilt and blackguarded the Governor with a malignity that made tho devils in hades laugh The prosecution was Inspired In malice and as a conse quence full Slut as such effort usually do The truth of tho matter Is that r Mr Thompson who keeps a boarding house for tho men who work on the new capitol permitted the beor that the men would have stay on his Ice and that ho morly acted for their con venience as tho nearest point to ob- I tain beer was nearly a mile from the building Of course Mr Thompson was acquitted by City Judge Ilerndon- v as ho should have been no case what ever having been made out against him If tho antiadministration pa pera have tho Bcmblonce of fairness in their makeup they will publish tho facts in tho case and tell their rend ers that they were too anxious to jump at conclusions They wont do it how t over because the majority of them prefer a lie to tho truth and will adopt any kind of disreputable means to against him Had Mr make a point Thompson boon selling liquor illegally Gov Bockham would in all probabili ty have been the last man to hear of It and the first man to ask that be made out for walking papers Thompson if tho charge was true Frankfort Journal 4 Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr lungs 5Iow Ufo Pills They remove all pois onous gerlns from tho system and In now life and vigor euro sour 1foso nausea headache dlxzlness and colic without griping or dlscom tart 25c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Ly no Bros Crab Orchard- ConductorThis nickel is no gOOd Tough Pa saenger Krfbck it down e don r MIDDLEBURG Tho Middleburg base ball team de rated tho Hustonvillo team here Sat urday tho score standing 3 to 5 But far a blunder on the part of our boys In the beginning tho Hustonvillo team would likely have been tailored Misses Mollie and Lillie Tlford Mint Hansford and Mrs W T Miller at tended the meeting at New Salem Sun day Mrs U T Willis has returned from Nlcholasville Rev II M Shouso went to Hays Chapel Monday to hold a meeting I The fifth Sunday meeting at New Sa Ictn Saturday and Sunday was the mostI haveIin preachers The house was crowded KlvIAllen was present und was made mod erator a position with which ho is hone ored in nearly all meetings of the kigd Tho good women of tho neighborhood spread a bountiful dinner each day and if anybody went away hungry it was no fault of theirs Rev II M Shouse tho only preacher present preached two excellent sermons during tho meeting besides making good talks upon each topic discussed At tho close of the services Sunday a collection for missions was taken up which was accredited to the church to be reported at the association meeting next year The next meeting will bo held with Rocky Ford church in December A Young Mother at 70 My mother Iw suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of Intense nurturing from dysjHipsIa had entlrelI dUnbtcd her until six months ago whop she began taking Kleetrlo hitters which have completely cured her and fostorvd tho strength and activity she had in the primo of life writes Mr W L Ollpatrluk of Danforth Mo Greatest restoration nuullutnc on the l lol e Sets Stomach Liver and Kidneys right purples the blood unlI cures Malaria Biliousness and Wlale ness VondorfulNervoTonlo price Gnu Guaranteed by Pcqnya Drug- Store Stanford und Lyno Hrn Crab Orchard Tho Louisville Herald has tho fallow log Percy Italy the secretary oCI the committee that is managing Go Beckham campaign denied that the governor was in favor of calling off theI primary Ho said the report was started by some of the governors enemies who were attempting to bring him to discredit Gov Bcckam is only tea pleased to have tho Senatorial contci decided by a primary said Gen Italy He has his race won by a handsome majority and there Is no reason why he should want tho committee to rescind its action We have kept in touch with tho situation and we are satisfied that Gov Beckham will win hands down It is my honest belief that ho will carry nine out of the 11 Congressional dis trios The people are for him and will go to the polls In November to vote for him An Awful Cough Cured Two yours ago our little girl hail a touch of pneumonia which loft her with an awful cough She lied spells of coughing just like one with tho whooping cough and sumo thought she would nol vet wall at all Vo got a battle of Chamberlains Cough Itomo Ay whlih noted like a charm She stopped coughing and got stout and lid writes Mrs Urn Hussnnl lire baker 111 This remedy Is for sale by Stanford Drug Co The courts hold tho Transatlantic Firs Insurance Co of Germany Ikiblo for Its San Francisco losses because its policies do not contain the earthquake clause In spite of this omission this company has denied its liability and It has but f251 106 in reserve in this country tho decision can amount to nothing more than bar tho company from business in this country Nothing to Fear Mothers need have no hesitancy in continuing to give Chamberlains sough Remedy to their little ones as it contains absolutely nothing Inju bus This remedy Is not only per fectly safe to give small children buts a medicine of great worth and mer- It It bus a worldwide reputation for Its cures of coughs colds mind croup and can always bo rolled upon For sale by Stanford Drug Co Fcrdy Your father + saff lover asked him for your hand again ho would wipe up tho street with me EthqJ Well Ill tell you what Fer tly tho next time you ask him do It at this crossing Foloyfl Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and expels tho cold from tho system as U is mildly laxutlvo It Is guaranteed Do not risk taking any but tho genuine In ttib yellow package Pennys Drug Store 6 NEWS NOTES Tho Chicago base ball club won the American league pennant The National Association of Retail Druggists is In annual convention at Russell the actress was rob of 5000 worth of diamonds on a Big Four train near Springfield 0 Almost the entire village of North port Mich was wiped out by fire Tho estimated loss exceeds 50000 Serious damage Is reported to have been done to the corn crop of Tennessee by the heavy rains of the past few daysChairman Shonts of the Panama Canal Commission has reached a tenta tive decision to build tho canal by con tractThe grand jury at Bedford lad failed to return any indictments in connection with tho Sarah Schafor murder mystery- A street car carrying 70 people was wrecked near Muskogee I T result ing In 18 people being injured three possibly fatally Eight prisoners broke out of the Licking county Ohio jail at Newark after making a vicious assault upon tho turnkey and locking him in a cell A committee to collect food and cloth- Ing for 1000 destitute persons on tho gulf coast near Mobile was appointed by Mayor Bchrman of New Orleans Eleven person several of whom are Kcntuckians were injured in an Illinois Central passenger wreck near Mur physboro III No one was injured fa tallyCummins Wild West show owned by Walter L Main was destroyed by fire in winter quarters at Geneva 0 One man an employe was burned to death Joseph F Smith president of the Mormon church was arrested at Salt Lake City and held over to tho district court on the charge of living unlawfully with live wives Armed with revolvers and pieces of pipe two robbers entered the Japanese Bank in San Francisco and after probably fatally beating two clerks escaped with 5000 in gold A dispatch was received at the Navy Department from Chief Constructor Capps at Pcnsacola stating that most the damage caused to the shop by the storm can be repaired Tho 16year old son of J W Redden AIL Sterling newspaper man was probably fatally injured in a football game He was thrown to the grourd in making a tackle and concussion of tho brain resulted While 20 republican precinct leaders olilancockcounty wcro holding a caucus In the town hall nt New Palestine a town 15 miles east of Indianapolis the acetylene gas tank exploded killing one man and injuring eight others At Mobile another mob demonstra tion which resulted in little disorder was made in an attempt to lynch the two Negroes accused of assaults upon little girls Tho Negroes were Indicted and will be tried next week Seventyfive men are believed to have teen entombed alive by an explosion in the West Fork mine of the Pocahontas Colliers Company at Poca hontaii Va Several men have been almost suffocated in nttcmps at rcaoue Gov Luke P Blackburn whose rep utation Il a physician and philanthropist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper lent known to the medical profession and will cure moro diseased than any one remedy I have ever used Get u bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gist and country stores In the Scott circuit court before Judge Stout it was moved by Prosecut ling Attorney Franklin that the Caleb Powers case bo deferred to tho February term of court as there would be no time during the present term for a lengthy trial Sick Headache Cured Sick headache is caused by derange shunt of tho stomach antI by Indigestion Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets corl1t these disorders and effect a euro By taking those tablets aa soon M tho first indication of tho disease appears tho attack may bo warded off Get a free sample and trv them For sale by Stanford Drug- Two Co a men were shot one fatally when a mob formed at tho Mobile jail intent on lynching a Negro The men went In search for tho Nero when several shots were fired from the outside two of which took effect The Negro was spirited away Henry E Jones of Tampa Fla writes I can thank God for my proBontheolthj due to Foley Kidney Curs It Is a pleasure to recommend It those needing 11 kidney wmedjtolngy Pennys Drug Store CRAB ORCHARD There is not a vacant house in town No drinking except pure healthful wa ter Why should not Crab Orchard bo tho queen city of the blue grass coun tryThegraded school building has been painted and repaired outside and in and under Its present able corps of teach ers will certainly be a great factor for good It is something our town should bo proud of Tho home advertised for sale by Mrs Sallie Pennln ton is the beautiful and historic place once owned by William Whitley and whose history has been written too often to need more mention Thousands of visitors from all points have viewed Its curiosities Our State should own it Jeff Stcinburgcn has the contract for building tho Christian church and un der his skillful management it is be coming a thing of beauty Mr Stein bergen is an expert at his tradeand can not only build handsome dwellings but churches of brick and concrete We will be very proud of our new church and watch Its completion with great joy A better description of same will be published soon for the benefit of those who so nobly helped in Its erec tion and especially do we want to send a description to the dear little three yearold girl in Brooklyn N Y who wanted to help rebuild the stricken church and sent money earned by little errands she did for her neighbor and friends May God bless little Miss Ed wardsMr and Mr Charles Cashdollar will leave this week to make their home in Kansas Miss Anna Culton of Bar bourvlllc visited Miss Maggie Culton Sunday Mrs L C Smith and little son Franklin Emerson are visiting ini Prestonburg Mrs Leonora Goodknight and little son of Stanford were guests of Dr Burdett and family Sunday Mr John F Edmiston of Louisville is vis iting relatives here Dr Thomas B Lyno attended the Grand Lodge ot the Knights of Pythias at Louisville and bought his Christmas goods The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church met with Mrs D W Edmiston Wednesday A little stranger arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Leslie Tuck er to make them a protracted visit IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES At Bryantsville Maik Jennings shot and probably fatally wounded Dan Carr also colored Mrs Margaret Montfort has rented the Clemens House at Danville and will open it to tho public Monday At Richmond the question of issuing 20year bonds to the amount of 30000 for a sewerage system will be voted on at the November election The Harrodsburg water works have nt last been sold and John Geary of Lexington one of the chief owners of the property bought it in at 30000 Dr Fayetto Dunlap will shortly con tribute to the Filson Clubs library an article entitled The Part Boyle Coun ty Took in the Mexican WnrAdvo cate The Somerset Lumber and Manufac turing Company of Pulaski with 15 000 capital was incorporated The in corporators are J F and H R But ler and F M Ellis all of Somerset William Tomlinson of Rockcastle county was instantly killed by falling from a coal tipple at Blanche about three miles from Pineville The body was taken to Mt Vernon for burial At Richmond Broad and Woodford Agee farmers from Poosey Ridge on one side and L II Vincent n farmer from Jessamine county on the other engaged in a fight with knives Vin cent was stabbed six times and dangerously wounded Woodford Agee had the little finger of his right hand nearly severed The participants were all ar rested and lodged in jail The largest land deal ever made in Southeastern Kentucky was consummat cd at Pineville when C S Nield goner al manager of tho North Jcllico Coal Co of Grays Ky and Louisville pur chased from A J Asher of Pineville 5000 acres of coal and timber lands ly ing between the forks of Straight Creek for 150000 The land is under stood to have been purchased for tho Speed Coal Co of Louisville and they will proceed at once to develop it Advice to Housewives- No homo Is so pleasant regardless of tho comforts that money will buy as when tho entire family is in perfect health A bottlo of Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents It will euro every member of the family of constipation sick headache or stom ach trouble Pennys Drug Store President Roosevelt and family have returned to Washington frpm Oyster Say Now Johny use sinister in a sentence Yes mum Ter sin Is her do wrong CIRCUS I McDonald Bros Great New United Showsi At Ztanfor Fiy Oct 5th Bigger Better Brighter than Ever They have been here before and they pleased you then Best Wagon Show OQ The Ioad Watch out for the Parade at 1230 Tent on Carsons Lot Gut Your reed Grind Your Corn Pump Water Saw Wood USE TilE HAGAN GASOLINE ENGINE i They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 TO 50 v HORSEPOWER Hagan Gas Engine Co Winchester Ky i t r We have a few bags Armour Fer tilizer that we will close out at reduc prices to make room for other goods j Bone Meal 2650 Per Ton J Grain Grower 22 Per Ton Wheat Corn and Oats spe J cial 1800 Per Ton To bacco Grower 25 Per Ton W H HIGGINSJStanford Kentucky L GOAL COAL easwassr To introduce a Splendid GenuinefJellico Coal we will sell it at 10 12c Per Bushel at bins both at Stanford and I Rowland W S E B DENH AM Horses Handled I nm to break nnd buniiln horse t y th month terrors sntlifuctloii Mun- rnllteI Hive mo atria Iloferencij Kd MMcUurty rink Cottage Hlook Farm Blanfonl Ky FOR SALE I lj- tl farm ot about saTTacreet3SiiIk North ot llutOlIllIu on ltanvlllu ptko ylnety- watond most or it In grase M acres tor wheat Want to sell ut once Will ooh corn and hAY crop with plncto It taken In tbo- noxkJllara Mroland14n II 4 e JH r Si iT A The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH It a cnmlldnto for Kopro ontnttvt ot tln ronntv milijcct toUu nctton of the Uemoi era tic party JT ROBERTS Ii nciimlldnte for Mnglfttmto In till Crnli Orrlmnl Mnglsterlnl IHotrlct nulijvct to the action of the democratic ptirty Democratic Ticket For Oongre8- lHARVEY HELM of Lincoln county IN a Speech at Kansas City W J Bryan severely arraigned the Republi can party and declared as in former t speeches that the things that Presi dent Roosevelt has done which have been popular have been in accordance with the Democratic policy what the Democratic party has advocated for years He has the following to say of Socialism They call mo a Socialist The Democrats today arc the only one who can save this country from Social ism The Republicans represent Sd clalism The Democrats prevent So cialism The Republicans denounce and abuse Sociahsm They use harsh words toward the Socialist We do not The Socialist is an honest man There is the difference Republicans between the Socialist you abuse and the plutocrat you embrace The Socialist is working for the people and the plutocrat is working for himself Socialism has grown under Republican rule Republican rule has built it up I believe that Socialism is wrong but the Socialist denounces abuses thatI never should have been allowed to exist in this countryIEXSENATOR GEO T FARRIS of Lancaster is out in a hot card recounting the great things he has done for the cause of temperance and what Gov Beckham has not done As Mr Farris is a private citizen not asking for of lice we can not see why the publica tion of his views are necessary HowI ever it makes pretty good anti administration literature and like Boni Hays speeches furnishes some amunition for 1 the republicans As the campaign hasI reached the cardwriting stage we wonder who next will be heard from WITH Ollie James running in the First Dr A D James in the Second and Frank James in the Eighth Con gressional district the James family seems to have something of a hunch in KentuckyLouisville Post But it isI dollars to doughnuts that Frank and the doctor will never go to Washington unless it be on a visit IN the items charged for the 13000 000 capitol of Pennsylvania is one for two millions for chandeliers They ought to be able to shed a good deal ofI light on reckless graft the RepubliI cii Commission Tias worked on the peo pIe N B HAYS who thinks he is run ning for governor was given a frost at Paducah Five women and three men was the extent of the crowd says a dispatch from that place A DETROIT preacher who should vacate the pulpit and go to some institu tion for damphools proclaims that the Bible is not the word of God Tim State Fair at Louisville cleared 11000 This should be some evidence that the Falls City can take care of the big event HAGER is all right now The Dan ville News has at last decided to support i him POLITICAL Senator Beveridge opened the Repub lican campaign in Des Moines la speaking to a large audience- A letter from W R Hearst accpting the nomination of the Independence Lsogue for Governor was made public Wednesday night in New York The democratic Congressional cam paign committee is engaged jn arrang ing extensive speaking tours for Wil- liamf J Bryan and John Sharp Williams The Democrats of Rhode Island in convention at ptovldence nominated a State ticket headed by James H Higgins Mayor of Pawtucket for Govern r The of the Thirteenth Illinois congressional district have nominated Frank 0 Lowden to fill the unexpired term of Robert R Hitt de ceased William J Conners of Buffalo who led the fight tor W R Hearst at theI Buffalo convention was elected chap nan of tho democratic State committee of New YorkIIn Ma speech at Lebanon Hon LilI lard Carter of Lawrenceburg charged Ha opponent John K Hendrkk candi date for attorney general with bolting Bryan and Shackeltord and denouncing tho Chicago platform Secretary Taft is rapidly making 1frien s in Cuba Hedelivered an ad fines at the University of Havana and the audienceVaa hearty and enthusias t Mr Taft Is now engaged In draft J feg a proclamation of general amnesty The registration In Louisville shows a falling off of over 17000 The dem ocratic plurality is 4420 President Roosevelt has determined to remove from office Vivian J Fagin United States Marshal for the South- em district of Ohio and B F ONeal Marshal of the Western district of Louisiana Returns from the Georgia election in dicate that a light vote was polled over the State Tho democratic ticket head ed by lion Hoko Smith for governor has been elected by the usual majority there being no opposition except these cialists headed by J B Osborn Dr A Gatliff has made a name as a philanthropist by donating thousands of dollars for educational purposes On the other hand his opponent D C Edwards has become almost as famous for his contributions to the Caleb Powers fund London Local The Democratic handbook for the 1906 congressional campaign was is sued at the headquarters in Washing ton The book is replete with indictments of the acts of the present Ad ministration dealing especially with the faults of the Republican tariff pol icySecretary Taft cabled to the War Department requesting that Brig Gen Frederick Funston be designated to command tho American troops in Cuba and the military secretary immediately issued an order to that effect Formal orders were also issued to Brig Gcn T J Wint who is to be in charge of the embarkation of tho expedition from Newport News- Congressman Hearst says that the actual figures on lawyers and farmers and other vocations of members in Congress are as follows Senate of 00 members Lawyers 60 merchants 2 farmers 3 manufactur ers 1 journalist 2 mining 2 president express company 1 insurance 2 stockraiscrs bankers public offi cials 5 retired 2 House of Representatives 3SG mem bersLawyers 256 farmers 21 manufacturers 11 merchants 3 journalists 4 bankers 16 editors 7 physicians 3 real estate dealers 6 lumbermen 4 mining 5 contractors 2 milling 1 brewer 1 coal 2 publishers 2 tanner 1 builder 1 telephone 1 lecturer author 1 nursery 1 stock raiser 1 theatrical manager 1 planter 1 provisions 1 capitalist public officials 10 insurance 2 stone 2 railroad officials LIST ofelectionoficeor the gen eral election to be held Nov 6th Stanford No 1B W Givens judge Hart Luce clerk J I Wilmot sheriff Aden Rigney judge Stanford No 2T J Hill Jr judge Cicero Reynolds clerk R G Denny sheriff Owen VanDeveer judge Stanford No 3Geo T Wood judge John Ellis clerk R M New land sheriff J N Vanhook judge Stanford No 4 Lilburn Gooch judge Wm Cordier clerk Wm Murphy sheriff Wyatt Smith judge Crab Or chard No IJohn Cress sheriff Jas Chadwick clerk R II Bronaugh judge John Holtzclaw judge Crab Orchard No 2W T Tucker judge N C Testaman judge Charles Redd sheriff K D Noakes clerk Wayne burg No lW D D Hayes judge olher judge to be named James Reynolds sheriff J M Hubble clerkI Waynesburg No 2 George W LeachI judge J L Johnson clerk John B McKee judge JoHn Singleton sheriff Waynesburg No 3T W Hutchison judge sheriff to be named Dave Burton judge Everett Baugh clerk Hus tonville No lT D Best judge Josiah Bishop judge J W Allen sherI iff W D Hock r clerk Hustonville No 2J B Williams clerk Grant North sheriff Arch Frye judge John Burton jtylge Hustonville No 3 L B Owens clerk Ora Gooch judge Anderson Nunnelley judge L W Manning sheriff Here a- WANTEDTo There buy a few shares of First National Bank stock Apply at this office- Foa SALE Four wellbred Poland China shoats weight about 50 pounds J A Estes Stanford IT is against the law hunt rabbits with a gun until after Nov 15 You may catch them in traps chase them with dogs kill them with rocks throw salt on their tails and catch them any way but shoot them This law was pass ed to save the partridges which were frequently killed by those professing to hunt ACCORDING to the officerS of the Macksville precinct Senator Mo Creary is pretty strong in that art of town asked the 90 democrats who registered and fqund 80 of them for the county States men we are told Whether the men were jestingwith the registration officers remains seen We kinder aspect s mo of Thom woo Result of Neglect- In most cases consumption results from a neglected or improperly treated cold Foleys Honey and Tar cures tho most obstinate coughs and pre vents serious results It costs you no more than the unknown prepara Ions and you should insist upon hay leg the genuine In the yellow package Pennys Drug Store III41lT rT rt 1NrD Trees Plants Vines Our lIlIrnl cntnlogueof Fruit nml Ornn IfillImKti now ready on npiillciitlon Wo employ pRcnts but Mll direct totbl planter 1110 IIIIIKNMKYKIt AHONB Lexington Ky PUBLIC SALE I YJIIIIUlilt power onlortt upon mi liy the will of tlwhdrlx I wilt finer nt public mictlon u Inlet of nlxiiit tot nut of rich land In tin suburb of lliiMoitvllle lying on thu lllxr tv pike on HATUIIDAY iittcrmxiii nt a o clock October Cth Tenn on day of Mlv- KmVAHHALCOKM Kxr M1iry Juno HufTnmn U cd- Col J I Ulmiullrr Auttt PUBLIC SALE llnvlnii rented out my furiniiiiddiiKledto quit lurmliiK will on THU11HUAYOOT Bull my personal property coimUtliiB of on Kiwi iHimo inaro j iigwi mintit x oiingur iiinim twig ycnrlliiH twoyunroitl Uitn mareitursoyrurllugsternfcow I hell iTcnlvwi roiiou Angel uun blood UNt I1I1I11IIIVII1IIIUWfS drat i 10SS narrow i Lounge A llur rowl No Pitniilevti rutiiTl WhIIIcnIlot of corn and MIIKHUUI lor fitai hog Iwx gritIgoodwagon nurue l win oUr also ulMJUt ou big uemphookWor tine Hwnlvl lioaty organ lot ui tiouMnuld ami kitchen lurm 11Ilololl1on Pee farm on inch thus Ludo will be hurtle In two mile KHkt ui Htimtiml linimxlliUtfly on tlie Uoliu Tk W K A IU fol J riiiiiidHT Au- ntPUBLIC SALE Of Land Stock and Crop f IliivltiKilecldml to quit farming I will on THU1WUAYOOT IS Itlh other my farm of 10 norm for soOt If not will Uont10Khmryuliiheit hinder Korly lure in cultivation Utiancu In grits 1IIUfurllllIIIR gotllllllh ol cuitlVHliuii tilt linprovvinvnta foiulet of uppertulH driveway in center and itml on each 1110011 cittern lit the boute und vnu ut ttio uirn lroom tenant liuuse nnd nil neo vkMiry ontuulldtuK the mnk cOIIIII oi wtr of ntuluslljiiruoid tiniuU high 3 cultIplrndldLows ktwKeve larmlnx implumvnta ot hayI the farm to any one withinu 10 buy beloru day of Mile to coinmuiive promptly nt 10 oclock T W VAMIH KyInptT NOTICEs Opr mode of advertising Diffees Liquid Soap is to Give Every Family a Sample Freet- o test its merits und nt our expenso Wo ask you not to condemn us without n triiil We claim that this i a not only A LABOR SAVER but clothes washed hi DIFFKES SOAP will lact 20 per cent us there is no Rubbing Required and jweitively not injurious to the fabric For Scrubbing and Removing Grease Spots it hiss no equal and will wash in hard water eaiiio as soft Kctuein ber FREE to ALL Dont condemn us without a trial For further information see the undersigned J F Cash Gen Mgr Lincoln Co Trade Mark Registered Will be nt McKinney for the next three weeks I want u partner with some money Good investment BY SPECIAL REQUEST Dr G Goldstein will visit Stan ford Monday Oct 8one day onlyat the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Ky The value of perfectly fitted glasses with regard to health can nut be overestimated Their effect upon the ner vous system is direct und through this indirectly upon the entire organism- A few of tho troubles which result directly in this particular are Neu ralgia Sick Headache and Nervous ProstrationA mistake is made by most people iu putting oflth use of spec tacles too long The old udvice Dont begin specs till you have to has done a world of harm Anyone can by straining and squinting and looking sharp go for a long time without spectacles but be is sowing the seed of destruction in bis eyes ConsuU Dr Goldstein eyesfreeOflice hours from 10 A ir to HI M at the St Anaph Hotel Will be onlyMondlf Small Blue Grass Farm for Rent About Utiarreii mill front cottrttioukf hnlfmllo from irintid HrliiHil Klrftclnm cltenuusdnilnecesnryunlhutldlnuwoodpond Htnnforhant Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Having determined to quit farming I will sell privately my foists of SI3 iicriw near Morilnniloti H Uiillroml mllvc mint Danville JS mlle front Uuntohvllle well situated on pike OrollcOIIIII of corn hay landoatii ttock Jennetc lark horns and brood nmrij Will sell at n bargain If Mini n buyer In the u xt aloe 40 dny 1111 KINO Morulnmt Ky PUBLICSALEI 1 Will sell Oil HATUIIDAY KT II the itHiinliulrrof my lioiucliolil and kllchcn Isdsled-swllhprlllgiuutlnetrulnrble top wnsh carpet rood fisting Btme IJ good chair brie of them rockers lelgiildny enlondar cluck untHll tilde I lolmi fl1 ynnU gout ray onrpt W ynrdt mnttlnut and ninny other thing goal ami UMiful The e tilting are ihv imt of niyiroiwMy Hale cuinmenf nl oclock AMItKtMIKNWIIMAMH McKlnney Ky PUBLIC SALE r nl ti Actitn County lllu Clrnts Kiirm r An nitnit ami attorney In filet for thS heir- of A ll Ohrliiiinn dvceuml I will oil HATUHOAY OUT A MW at the dwellhighouoonlheprettllses lr- Murrhsnd lt at iitiUIr auction to the hluhmt bidder lie KAIlMof to AOIlKHuli Ialula mlil Ohrl innii nlhllnt hi death The In rill Is n 1N duilrtthltf ono and U In u tutu of eulU vatlon Tim Ica rocemettt sire root TKKMW Made known on tfay of nitlo Mull to begin at lOoVlovk M iliarp- KmVAlll AIXOIIN AgVllt Col J IV Chandler Auct To Reduce My Stock o- tSPECTACLES I will during the month of August sell nt a discount all FRAMES ETC und give the samo guarantee of sat isfaction as before Oilicu over Mc Roberts Drug Store 0 to 12 A si 130 to 4 P M W N Craig Stanford PUBLIC SALEI of Land Stock Crop Farm Ing Implements and Household Goods will otter fur Mite tothe highest blddrron 1o1U11 y OCT If ION on tit tiremlM the Jim Walker ilvent runnof U acres ol good blue RIKM land t lug rolls Weat of MrKlnney trontlllii on the pike and till Cincinnati Hmilhern rand It Is welt unproved gad ulntnntlI hulldlngs of till klmlllllnll well tl UI- IhUlld1 or mono acres how In gnus sun nbundanco of nevvrfalltHK wilier At lilt sauna tlinc I will sell two I1ltl1 work mulct three good alter two etnr old hull row and fair W bushels of wheat In JK acroof corn In tbo shock n lot ol farmltiK R lot of eliigood and u grandfather lIn Ihl Nullwill he renhrl to the11 II hluheil bidder for the year Ills IVrnif made known on lilt of sale KUWAHI AUOHN Astof J It lulrkerwtd 11 NOTICE A Valuable Lincoln Co Hue Grass Farm for Sale I On MCNDYxT next on the premUei we wlll sell at pub ie outcry our 11 rill lIuIIId on the li A Itallroad and thvHtontord twomllvi from Crab UrcharddeHit and H mile from CedarCriDk Hliitlon known the Kpliralm lennln eton hoineklead and conialnliiK about A lucre on which la n twoktory isle k renldcnce with roust and well watered TKIlMHThe land will lie sold by the acre to IM luevrtalned by actual survey one third cash In hand remainder In equal pay menu duo In Hand mouth with 0 per cent lnterv t from Oct ma until paid Notes negotiable sand imyablu In Lincoln County National flank at A lien to be rvtalnml for deterred ryntetttl all the land on North stile ol railroad alwut 116 acre will offered teparatu and then all Mouth of railroad on which Ii the brick reIdence The farm will then offered in a whole that Old or bids ulTering thu highest will Iw accepted Halo to begin at 10 oclock AM- Hallle IViinlngton lairlc HIiiKltton Kphralm Ienntiiuton Jennlw Iennlntiton heirs I PRESCRIPTIONS 1 IHonesty Accuracy Into IIigenco are a part of every preecrii Lion we fill The doctor does not write them down with the other ingredients because of n tacit understanding that they are to go in alwaysnud i4 knows they WIIJL go in when his order to ti- eS tfoldbYU4 co 1 LLrwtw4awDiftsaii TRUNKS Zinc and Canvas Size 28 to 40r Inches Price 150 to 1000 SUIT H M GASES Ladies Japanese Straw Mens Brown and Tan Leather 350 500 700 I and 1000 l 4 Hand Bagsrr 12 H 6and 18 inches Black or Tan Leather 2 350 5 and 650 I TELESCOPESAll u H J McROBRTS I STANFORD KENTUCKY STATIONERY We have just received a new as sortment of Stationery- All the latest styles in Box Paper Tablets and Envelopes Box Paper 5c to 100 Tablets 5c to 25 Cents Envelopes 5 and lOc PENNYS DRUG STORE Btanford Kentucky the Lincoln County national DankIOf Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 20 OO OO 4= OFflOERS 8 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 DIREOTORSt J B Ownwr Stanford II BIUNK Stanford 0 W OAHTEH Tureen +Ill W IU PreaChernllle L O Ooocn WayusburgJW II TBATIII Gilbert Creek H L nniuirE Lancaster W O WALKKFI Btanfor J B KOSTEH Stanford W O HIIANKD Stanford toII PArsoN Stanford We respectfully solicit the accountu of Indlvlilunli Finn and Corporutloiii flanks and innker ere protmntl to urnlih nil depositor such Hciommcxliitloin tin are consistent with saute biniklDK WoUrn Haf ty Uvpoilt lloiei In our vault for use of our OuslonrerstiFirst National BankStanford sty Capital Stock 50000 This taitltutlon WM originally ettablltliea a the Depotlt Dank of Stanford In 1888 then reorgsnUed ai the Natlpnal flank of BtanforA in lUG and again reo ubed ai the First National link of Stanford In 1852 having had practically an unInter- rupted existence for n year U better sapplledno ZWltb tacllltfoa for transact- ln6bnslness promptly and well then ever before In IU long honorable career leceuiU e 1 Individuals plduciirlis lid Cir fflraUons SeHcIUd V f I Officers toI BOOKER Preil BT IlARAM V Prei + tt MOBOBEBTB Obf W D WEAKENAiit Ohri Director t ReId Danville JBT Harrli Stanford r Stanfordg kTM D ft 1JuI ilSrUUOllU Kv Oq 190 IBT us order you some engraveJ calling curds everything In tho late t styles Penny Drug Store PERSONALS MARIE MAIIONY it with Danvill KATIH HUFFMAN ts with Lun I iMissrelative H MIIHIUY of Danvlllo was AND Mils C B TAn were i I ouUvill this week 4 BxAMtMfioR M G KnnNOins is I Loutarillo on buslnoM MR It C EKfliBMAN JR wont t the Lexington troth yesterday y Mitt JAMIW MEIUWON of Lcbanoi I Junction is with her mother hero I MR AND MRS J C EUIIANKS attend ed tho Lexington trdtii yesterday Mil It K GENTRY U back from Lox ington whore ho has been working foi r Bomo time MRS KATIIERINI AMWHKIB of Lancaster is Uic guest of hereon Mr liar ry D AM ridge MR E W CRBIOHTON tho Kings yule lumber man paid us a substantial call Wednesday Jtin ANn MRS J H Wnua of Crab Orchard were In town yesterday Richmond HoRlstur MR J II BUTT of Highland has returned from Louisville where ho bought Iota of Roods MRS EILA II TAYLOR of Washing ton county was a substantial caller a this office Wednesday Miss POLLY TRAYLOR accompanied her uncle Mr W II Traylor to lint tie Creek Mich Tuesday MR Jfc M CARTER camo up from Somerset to attend a meeting of the county committee yesterday JUDGE M C SAUFLEY of Stanford is hero on business before tho Court of Appeals Frankfort Journal MESSRS A A HICOINS and W 0 IJoppcr attended tho Rowland Farmer nuptials nt Danville Wednesday JOHN THOMAS MCAUSTER left yes terday for his homo at Way Miss Ho Is quite young to take such a trip alone MESDAMES J W ALCORN and J N Saunders ore attending tho State Convention of tho U D C at Pewee Val leyMIL JAMES A DUDDKRAU is now traveling rcprcsentatlvo for IhoMcKln Flouring Mill J S Murphy pro tor t JtMY J M UEYNOLDS of lice Lick on yesterdays train returning from Louisville where ho bought stacks of Roods REV JII PENCE of Argenta III Is visltlnR his old friends In this section Ho looks like he is prospering in his new home ALFRED REISER who bas been in hLouisville for omo time arrived yesterday to be with his relative Mr John Christman t Miss Laura White Mahnn daughter of Goo D Mahan of Danville will be married in November to William C Grimes of Atlantal left for ChicaMn W P ROUINHON t go this morning in answer to a tele gram stating that his son William Rob lnson who resides there Is very ill co Miss Alice Walker only daughter of Mr and Mrs Joel T Walker of Lan cater and Robert C Brewer of Chelsea T were married Wednesday MRS KITTIB KING ono of Crab Orch ants uptodato milliners was on Tuesdays train returning from Louisville she bought lots of tall and win 4where Rev It H MAIIONY the Insurance man of Stanford was hero Tuesday r and wrote MO Insurance the court house and jail for the fiscal courtI Liberty News Tim services of Miss Ella Mao Newt land of Stanford have been secured Credit House She willDanvilleby the actas bookkeeper for that flrmJ I Danville Herald MRS J ROY B ROSE and handsome through frost Corbm son Val passed s yesterday Her mother to Huatonvillo her hero and Mrs V BMorsemeat accompa tes attended the Davisonburp I t Gooch John George A G Faulkner and E O 1 tFOR heating LOCALS stoves go to Farris 4 lies got cm i 0 A Supplement I oe We hate HtpjilcnioiUCfl our already largo stock with recent inircluifes of the mud sought for good nt present We are showing new Plaid Giug liains 10 to JOo PJiiItl Woolens 2Bc to 8100 Plaid Silks 7Cc to 8100 Now flmdes of Drown in Panamas and Broad Clothe New Stripe and Polkn Dot Veronica Dozens of other items w much in domand aud eo scarce wo have just received and want to show you SEVERANCE STANFORD IIIINI line of harness and saddles jus C McClary j FBBD and grass seed for sale Jnme s D Shelby Junction City Ky FOR SALaPivo room cottage on Whltloy Avanuo B Puyton MY stock of winter lap robes is in Call and BM them J C McClary FOR SAIK Second hand surrey In firatChiM shape Will sell cheap Dr W II OBannon nJ L ANDKitfiON sold to Mrs Mar Paris his little farm of 20 sacrof in then East End for 80U H P HAWKINS has sold to N V Lane of Fayotte 900 acre or thoThos Motcalf farm at 100 IAT CoalIn order to close out rni will sell at cost for the nex 10 days E Peyton 2L EXCURSION over tho L N to Cin cinnati Sunday JlGO roundtrip Train leaves depot hero at 6 A M JAMUH D SIIHLIIY has bought out partner Mr R H West in tho flour meal and grain business at Junction City Mr Shelby is a fine business man and fully capable of conducting the big business MCDONALD BROS great Wagon Cir cus will be hero today and give a per formance on tho Carson lot this after noon Of course you will have to go gotWANTED Two good cooks for hotel Harrodaburg Good wages Job as long as you want It Will take white or colored Write or phone John I Van Arsdall proprietor Commercial Hotel Hnrrodsburg Ky T C BALL sold GMclleo his resldenco on Lancaster street Posses lion Oct 20th Mr Ball will move back to his store house on Depot street and otTer to his many customers and friends unheard of cash bargains in general merchandise Dont overlook him when you want good goods cheap BETIIURUM Tim The republi cans In convention at Lawrenccburg yesterday nominated Judge L W Bc thurum of Rockcastlc for Congress Ho is the present county judge is a good lawyer and a clever gentleman Ho is said to belong to none of tho fac tions of the republican party The nom ination was mado by acclamation BEATEN In tho primary Saturday in the Kenton county Senatorial race our friend Judge R G Williams was defeated by tho narrow margin of 70 votes by Waller C Hall We regret exceedingly that the democrats of that county didnt nominate the excellent young lawyer who would have reflected credit both on tho district and himself MRS PRINCESS CLoNe the noted vocalist of Paris Ky will give an entertainment at Waltons Opera House tho last of this month or the first of November the proceeds to go toward buying a new organ for the Christian church of Mrs Long Roy Z T Sweeney says In her ability to reach the hearts of her hearers and flllI them with rich melody and line noble thought Princess Long has no superior among the singers I havo herd L WE aro informal that the new train to run between Louisville and Rowland will be put on in a taw weeks It will leave Louisville about 730 A M and arrive at Rowland between 11 and 12 Returning it will leave Rowland at 130 M arriving in Louisville about 530IIt will do the local work between and Louisville No 22 tho Louis ville bound passenger will be a throuRhI after leaving Rowland only stop at Stanford Junction City Lebanon Now Haven and Lebanon Junction yyiDONT forget tho Farmers Institute to bo held at Stanford Monday and Tuesday next by tho State Depart ment of Agriculture Several ex perienced lecturers will discuss subjects of interest to every farmer and stock raiser in this county A permanent Farmers Club will bo organized and ono or more Institutes will be held in this county each year Tha Department of Agriculture will defray all expense All persons interested in farm ing and good roads aro invited to bo present Every progressive farmer should avail himself of this opportunity tlSltEthose nil white granite baking pans at George Farris FOR RENT My cottage on Portma Avenue J C McClary FALL opening of pattern hats an d latest millinery novelties on Suture aY OcWC Misses Straub ALL Cmb Orchard dedSchool tax not paid by Oct 16 will bo advertised Plcaso call at tho bank and settle George Bronnugh collector TilE members of the Christian church Iyat Turnersvlllu will sell their old orgai nt auction in front of the church at 3 oclock Saturday afternoon Oct C iMilS G B PRWTT of Moroland 5 the cities with an elegan lino of fall and winter millinery whic- f tho ladies of the West End ore invite- t to call and see theFrankfort Journal Hon N II Hays spoke at Hustonvilli at the solicitation of Mr W R Williams one of the best republican workers In that neck of the woods- I now Is that for high MRS JOHNSONS cooking class is hereby notified that her school will open on Wednesday Oct 10 at 2 r M in the dining room of tho Myers House All who have signed as pupils art request ed to bo on hand promptly THOSE who hold vouchers against th Stanford Graded School are requested to present them at tho First National Bank for payment Interest on them ceases after Oct 15 W B OBannon chairman board of trustees DIRECTLY following the salo of the Huffman land at Hustonvillc tomorrow Saturday afternoon Mrs Marth- Adams will offer at public sale tho following articles One sideboard set of dinning room chairs folding bed iron bed parlor furniture two mat tresses one feather bed porch seat hat rack small table and other house hold furniture A J Adams ATTENTION MARSHAL JONES Your attention Is hereby called to tho Alver son Vagrancy Law which prescribes fines and imprisonment for worthless and idle loafers who infest tho street corners and depot platforms There are dozens of Negroes who loiter about these places and when offered work re fuse it Arrest them and put them on the streets at work and break up this great nuisance Miss NANNIE who will ap pear at the Graded School Auditorium Friday evening Oct 12 is spoken of in the highest terms by such wellknown critics as Gen Basil Duke Gem Proc tor Knott Eld George Gowan Mrs Alice Began Rice author of Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch and many others She is an artist in Negro and Kentucky Mountaineer dialect and character Popular prices will be charged DR G GOLDSTEIN willat the St Asaph next Monday to fit glasses the eyes of all who need them Anyone in need of glasses will do well to give him a call Parents of children whose eyes aro in anyway affected should take them to Dr Goldstein and have them examined The doctor has been giving satisfaction hero for many years and has made the study ofoptics a specialty Office hours 10 A M to 3 p M at St Asaph Hotel LEAVES TilE THROTTLE Engineer John M Keyer who has been running- an engine for some 20 years will no longer pull the throttle Ho gave up position with the L N after long and faithful service Asked why he quit he said that since the wreck in Louisville yards in May last when was pulling the train his nerves have been so unstrung that he was forced to change vocations It will be remembered that Mr Keyer was taken to a Louisville hospital shortly after the accident which cost the lifo of night people and tho injury of many others and there remained in a critical condition for some time His train had never killed a human being before not r withstanding his long service as an engineer and ko was not prepared for the tearful slaughter of that memorable day Mr Keyer has been on this division many years Ho headquartered at Rowland when tho division was there ind was ono of the famous Ten Broth ers who kept bachelors ball Mr teyer will move to Memphis sad join iiis brothers in the cotton business A Bargain in Ladies Suite Wo picked up 25 sails at about half price They are catous anti threequartor length in all colors and mixtiuos They are worth up to 825 You call take any at 87BO If you tvftnt n goal staple suit fit tho prico of n skirt como quiok find got oiio of these SON WILL have our Fall opening Saturday Oct 6th Misses VanDevcer FOR SALEGood secondhanded pi ano cheap Mrs T A Rice Star ford JUST received n lot of heatingratovi See them before you buy George H Farris Till committermet yoatoi tidy and named the offices to hold the democratic primary November 6 The list will appear next Issue J L MURPHY Is in Louisville th1I week buying Fall goods for J S Mur phy Son tho Hcdgcvllle merchants and invite you to call and see their new lineI atldiait Marriage Customs Wednesday evening was greatly enjoy TannereREV J H lEN showed us a piece of wood that was taken out of an oil well at Westfield III at a depthof 290 feet and at a depth of 190 feet the drillers passed through a solid limestone rock TilE registration Tuesday was light the three Stanford precincts falling off some iOodd votes The town went democratic 64 Hustonvillc Crab aesmall falling off Tile Court of Claims adjourned yes terday afternoon after allowing claims amounting to about 20000 Of this amount between 6000 and 7000 was for the pike repairs 4500 for county roads 6600 miscellaneous claims and 2600 for tho building of 26 miles of lineanear Grove wasa lowed on the pledge of the persons along tho proposed pike to raise 600 FARM FOR SALE I Tin fnriu 01 tin late John W 1iilnirr Is for sale nnil the undendcncd will take In thowlnif It to tiny one tlcilrliiK to iiiirclniw stun Tho fnriu coiitnlni IM hurts ullcl Ii In Onrranl county K y near Point Uliv 11011 tin lUchiiionil it Ijninn tir plkIII1CIIllln high ntnte of cult viitlon Any nm having clHliii nimlntt mid Iul iiifrmntiito will nrrniit tliiin to me or in- altorntyl1 wnlkor uroiwrly proven J W IAhMKH Kxoculof NOTICE I Lincoln Circuit Court II JllonJl nil Rllmr ulnlntllT ei- IiIhttteusheirs todt fenilniitii Order The creditors 0 till estate or II lat tiiiil o nsrlatrordrredto pri vtit to me tliflr ulnlnitt ugalnstssaid estate properly proven on or Ixfori Nov 6 Inst Oliilmi not prfMntiHt within the tIm inontloinMl will nut lit ullowll OEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C PUBLIC SALE Administrator Sale of Personally I will on TtEHDAY COT ID lit tin late residence or i1 olnlld deceased nbout four miles North of Htnnfonl on the DiinvlllH Turnpike roiul tell ut puhllo nuc lion to the hllC bidder this property of hUettnto towltt Five tttfrn 3 belferi a ellh1 cow work horse S nmroii S mule coltiii family carriage wire fence nun chine trl hud of sheep anil n lot of farming Implement TKItMH Korall iiimsof tlOor less ciub Iuucl over that amount n crtdlt of three months on I1Ohlwllh Rood security unit IxiirliiK of rule MAKVO KKIjAND Administratrix- U V No S Stanford Ky POSTED names nr below strrely- forhldhuuthlgilehingoranyklnd of treo iMUitni on our place vi olators to the full extent of the law Fred VonOruenlRiin Helclienlmch llron- Krctl VonAllmun VoiKirueiiliEiin Freed llauinann Oeortto Holme- K Helcmmlwich Joseph Itnllou A O Dunn 11 Hofinann M II Klmoro NnryllotrnwnnIihrUtlimUrayton J Jacob Jeitweln Morn Dnmerou Mrs MJ Anhlock 00 lover Fred llandorf MrnMlVmlkton PUBLIC SALE I Ilnvlnudlvldcdmy farnm with my cull Iron I will on THIMWHAY NOV a olliitpulJlouuellonat my home mass from Inncberiiyllle Jko ullII l of Iturreysupposed to to ili burl I weunltug IIwtnnlingcnlvrs jack- aycoisoldlashattelsowond pljII1I fut bay of corn ehoeks of n lot or wheat l hay niko- YnlUwing aulsldutsthlsodrill nil In ceod runnliiK order I corn crusher Yeutl lug box M of blnckimlth teoUJ rlllcUnIlICOlIlll big plows l hlllhlo plloNI vane lot or gear lot tQoIN mud scrota lot of old Iron cooking stove runn lot of household and furni I buggy twoborne wn1sining 01C of oxen wheat corn spellers dinner lull and n lot of ulster things too uualerous to mention AH Hum I of do nnd under each In handover that amount credit of 0 months with ncKOtlahlu rots pnyalilu In the Lincoln trunk nt Htanford with 8 contractstoty raleo begin HIIjABANDKIlHON O HUtnford Ky flis i iyour i U All right but you do object to pay ingja price based on a little cotton clothes that are more than l f ifor n halfithe trouble with all in clothes or anything the itionyou admit thatUa little minianything youve opened wide Weve seers suits sold at 20 and 25 that lookedbeingi j the price but when tested nearly 50 per cent cotton about 5 if you judge by the worthflook in a months wear why we sell Hart iThatsclothes fraud theyre or Schaffnerf t j I You know exactly youre getting for your money when you spend it for these clothes and you get it here t i CUMMINSMCLARYSTANFORD j ++ Ii r IIIII + ti t I II I II Jill II I lot t I t + t II- Id4PFU3IRL Your attention is called to twoIJof o- urLEADERS I I which represent the biggest values ever shown in Stanford Our yardwide Guaranteed Black Taffeta Silk at per yard Regular 125 value A 52inch wide Mohair in Blue and Black at 50c per yard This is decidedly the best value for the money that Stanford has ever of fered to the public The rest of our line of Dry Goods Notions Shoes Et is equally strong You are cordially invited to give us a callI1I11 tll II U L M RUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 44444M444444444444N444- 1 Ime Interior Journal EJered aI IMOId4a maIlerIT3JUJBHBDI TUI1HOAVH AND FHIDVY AT 500 PER YEAR CASH 1tVbennot pld ISOO wilt be charred ForSalePrivatelyMy jail on jlke Douse has 7 rooms kitchen and set fiats worn good cellar stable and all aecMMry outbuildings Water hydrant I- ityuaad one for stock J P BAILEY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in f tim Owsley Building Jesse W Sweeney rBOPBUT- onWvcry Feed Iud Salo Stblo Lancaster Ky 3orees wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates INSURANCE Life and Tiii Lightning 8TMONOEST RndIAccident one the XKOT Companies llortreicnttd LowunPoi tt1b1e Rates s 1uylugillfc sufllPDf quailed Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 83 BpCARTBRSuccessor to Bruce Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable- Depot Snoot STANTOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your is tollcited Horse handled on commission Stock Pona In Connection Two Farms For Sale I 1 wish to sill prlvntoly my arm of trM5 miles West of t on thu Lex in ctop It Is well luiprontl nnd ha htny of water nnd timber fenced ani in repair- Also nn unimproved inriii of 100 acre lying midway lietweon Lancaster und Le- xt angton pikes Good outlet wnr Well dacced rrm rauonatbIu TlHKUHINO Wksttury Ky Give Me Your Order 1 Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing whenthere Is M little difference In the price of high grade du suits and n innde to tour measurement taken by nn experienced Mllorr I have a ImncUomu line Hprlng nnd Hmimor goods I can mnke from u low price Easiness suit to the finest dress suit Also rerconts trousers nnd fancy vests The oxapnny 1 represent Is one of the butl H u RUPLEY the Tailor LANDFORSALEiti I land situated one mlla from on JUtxlnuton plkfiilxnit Ia acrEs In town Iii its AlKJUt gieroq In ciiltlviitliin rust III rnu All under good fvncenml lias plenty cat nuvrrfiilllng wnter Dwelling houxe Is oat nnd Inn all nwctsiiry oiKlmlldtne kU5t41lOII glvtII for Iurpes thl- Vallal1d IIw1II1I1 IIrt of fllrlll should iw Mcn Ui iwiippnilnteil Hine the city aounrll enforcing the laws ImuU In Vie vtdlllt of Ijinntstvr hits advanced rap Idly en prnlllliloud rt In izrviit tiemnnil W Mo s administrator M nujaneiter Ky e1xeAaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 16T Home Phonea Jl Beazley Co SfmUrUfcore aud Embalm MI Also Dealers in Fur aifcwfc MattingsRuga They will change Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give 3beaaaCall Pricea Right NroRD KENTUCKY a FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SAu18 good calves H G Lutes Stanford ITho Picket will winter at filly Laki lands place near Brighton Beach Siliko won tho rich Futurity at Lexington Wednesday Best time 211 FOR SALR75 ono and twoyearo cattle G A Morgan Spancy Gar rard county Ky James Watkins of tho Rolling Fork section of Boyle sold to Wm lIarmon 900 sticks of tobacco hung in barn for 10 cents per stick Dick Moore of Garrard sold to CuI lens Thomas of Lexington a fancy roadster gelding for 5000 Tho colt was a three year old by Gambruno AdvocateThe twoyearold filly in tho State is tho splendid prize winning saddle marc Bettie D owned by Hud Dunn of this county Ridden by Mai ter Charles Dunn she achieved the roo markable distinction of carrying off 13 straight premiums at the Kentucky fairs this season Richmond Register Wounds Bruises and Burns By applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds bruises burns and like Injuries before Inflammation sets Intho may be healed without maturation and in about onethird tho tlmo required bItho old treatment This is tho groat est discovery and triumph of modern surgery Chamberlains Puin Dulrr acts on this sumo principle It is at antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays tho pain and soreness and prevents any danger ol blood poisoning Keep a bottle ol Pain Balm in your homo and it will save you time and money not to men tion the inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail For sale by Stanford Drug Co There is a little town named Mark neukirchen in Saxony where nearly every inhabitant is engaged in the manafacture of violins Tho industry gives employment to nearly 15000 peo plo who live in Markneukirchen and the surrounding villages The old men make the ebony fingerboards screws and stringholders and tho younger ones with strong steady hands and clear eyes put the pieces together which is the most difficult performance of all The women attain marvelous skill in polishing the violin after K is fitted up and almost everY family has its peculiar method of polishing which is handed down from mother to daugh tersome excelling in a deep wine col or others in citron or orange color The more expensive violins are polished from 20 to 30 times before they are considered perfect and ready for use Pittsburg Dispatch Danger from the Plague Theres grave danger from the plague of Coughs and Colds that ares prevalent unless you take Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs anil Colds Mrs Ceo Walls Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where coughs and colds prevail I llnd It quickly ends them It prevents pneumonia cures LaGrlppe gives wonderful relief in Asthma and tiny Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward oh Consumption Coughs and Colds fXe and 31 Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stan ford and Lynn Bros Crab Orchard Trial bottlo free- ChURCH MATTERS Rev Rash of Lexington is holding a protracted meeting at the Union church MorelandMr Klingman of Sellersburg Ind is preaching a series of sermons at the meeting of the church on Lan caster street You are invited to hear himThe new Plum Creek Baptist church just completed at Waterford Spencer county will be dedicated Sunday Dr Carter Helm Jones of Louisville will preach the dedicatory sermon President Roosevelt has decided to adhere to his plan forncd Tuesday and send Charles E Magoon to Cuba to re ieve Secretary Taft as provisional gov wor allowing Gov Winthrop to remain in Porto Rico where his services arc needed Gov Magoon will leavo Vashington Saturday for Havana He will be accompanied by Gen J Frank- lIn Bell who will be in command of all the troops in Cuba The disarming of tho rebels in the immediate vicinity of lavana has begun COIINS CURED Corn Exit will posi ively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed trith entire satisfaction A bottle of his great preparation only tosta 15 ents and nothing Ira perfect cure is not speedily affected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky a A special from Vancouver B C saYII that Nanaimo on Vancouver Is md experienced a slight earthquake shock The tremor lasted two seconds and was distinctly felt Reports from rbfthfield say the shock was heavier there No damage was done A Card This Is to certify that all druggist ore authorized to rotund your mono if FoloyH Honey and Tar fails to curt your cough or cold It stops the cough heals tho lungs and prevent serious results from a cold Cures It grippe cough and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains nt opiates Thu genuine U in a yellow package Ilcfuso substitutes Pennys Drug Store The Kentucky Racing Commission law was declared constitutional and the injunction against the racing commis sion was dissolved and the case was remanded to the lower court for further proceeding In the United States court of appeals in Cincinnati Tho decision was announced by Judge Cochran A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman Is quickly out of Vain if Duck lens Arnica Salve Is applied promptly 0 J Welch of iTokonsha Mich says I use it in- my family for cuts sores nnd all skin injuries nnd llnd it perfect Quick est Pile euro known Best healing salvo made 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno nrosCraU OrehardiOLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whites MUM tins boon thoroughly runnvntiil nnd Is now In lint condition to innki the Ust of 1I0llrIInlletc Custom grinding done on iiiI WIll Itrlllli forth tOil l4 fruivriy liive mo a trial W HHMITII Prop Grab Orehnnl Ky Blue Grass Farm For Sale I I dtfsln to sell privately ill farm of ncrvs In the Went Knil fronting on thu Black pike and two inlle from HuUonvllle Fart Is In excellent state of cultivation Itiproveiients InlllIIt 0 good rmidneIx tubule nml liioodiwwIrtwopxtrnilNxl cOllOllllunllYRrl1lll iIcKlnnryKy H f IIAIUIIIMAN FARM FOR SALE I will oiler for nle my farm of an nerve ocatetl miles West of Nlcholasvllle In lenMimlne county TIIUltHUAYOOT Hurt The land Is In n hlxlt date of CIIIURUIIIII mining water entire lingua iiiprovemuntsnre two tenant liOtlici two tock iMirim two Uirm n rondItear the churclKs shop store nnil inalliTKHMHOnethlnlcn h balance In I S lId 3 years Ht a per rent Interest on the tie erntl iMiymenls ami leln relnltuil on land At sllIe Unit will soil lot of tock crop nul fiinnlni ImplementH Any OIIH wtohlnK to sen the farm cnn come to Nleliolnnvllli md rail me liy phonjKTHOlTMAN Nlcliolasvllle Ky dial CropStock or Dairy Farm ForSnlo By AfT Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky aJ7V acre itt UurglnKyornerlnlton two ilke nice residence large tolxicco burn itook iHirn with daIry aixirlnienl other julldlnas flowing Wilier uNtern fruit row large crop wheat tobacCo luinip Mini clover gras lAY hue produces Aell Owner lias sown lu acres wheat whIol- i0s with Mile and Is worth rJui an tcre Iuys this lpIvIuitl property on OCCOUIIL of owner wanting n farm with two hoiues mltslile for lie and his brother KxclnuiRf If sUItnlle1lEave many oUr properties or PARKERS HAl BALSAM C1tuwt 44 utfli hilt hlonwe a hiurii Iw1II N Ttr Jalil to Belo O HaIr to Its YOUhrJeoorci ep siJilat irVia PUBLICSALEI I will well at public auction at my homo 81S miles liiI of Htiinfortl ami IX inlloi from Walnut Klnt on- VI1NlI4hY 0111 litbl Tin following described protertyt Om heating stove I parlor organ I lied roon net I couch sewing mnohlnu rockIng chain and other furniture I illnlng table lot of ilUhes and kitchen furniture cut a wiiKon harnesi I wheat drill com planter checkcower horn xlnllor cuttIng corn cru her big Illow1 cultivator l i harrow I smoothing harrow S double shov el plows gear and u numlmr ot othni farming ImiilemeiitH good work horse Miltnble for family ute bay family mnm all II 0 fur wolini to drivo I milk cow 61C1UIIIS I iiniidicr uct Notice of ElectionI Itogulnr April term liol Lincoln County Klntnl Court met pumuant to adluurnment this April I iwn 1rewnt Hon IL I Wnr ren Judgo presiding with tIlt fnllowliiKJiu tlrusof the pent II It Adunu M Uudderar ami W I Wallln It iKinovwt bv Jmtlro W M lnulderar IIlIclhl by Juxtlce W II Wallln that the following action h taken by tlila court The grand Jllr of Lincoln county at the hut term of the Lincoln circuit court hiting recommended u new courthouse for Lincoln It appearing to the pill tsfetlottlUllntllIncl that tilt courlhounc now In e II lion I anti Inadequate for the public coiivenlenco and the prewrvtitlon of It U ordered and Uti th1811111nry hUIIIrabove 1I1I11u shall lie KUbnutlfd to IIII legal voters of Lincoln county for their np or 111111 tillmlnrthnext Iron the day thereof III the ISTK IlIm JoiKSAi lieWplser Ulng the only neunpaiMir publl he l Lincoln lIuIII and theonicers of said electIon nrv directed to hold the election Ixtween tile tame hour that they are riMitilnit to hold elections for county ottlcern which election nlnill Ia held and conducted In all respects as required by genenil election laws In force In thin mate lit the time the name Is held This clerk of the Lincoln county court ChuM to printed on the olllctiil IIIInlll u txl In nld elfctloii the wonN unit urts Are you In favorof an appropriation UI1111tlltrllhtworst 1is nnd one for voters nppoMng tilt appropriation 11I111IIIIIIt1 by the wonl clerk hnll preiuin Mild Uil lot In all other rIcI us requIred by ItIof thv Kentucky Hlatntcs In tIlt event that lilt n iil lle nuinlxT of legal vo1ou of Illcolfl rotilsi Iota III fllllIr- r l1lIFPIliitIOn It onlenci thst lute court cause till Isiiia of Lincoln runty to hit iiiuiiiit hf 1PJfl tol prepiiredexicut nnd Usuetl on prlnleil fonus under the Nil of the county lo b signed by the pre siding lIIIK iiuntil ii stutity court IIndI lx iiiunterslumil by the clerk of Mild court payable to nr at Lincoln Vmnly Nn of Htnnford years from lIar slate of NUllO with this opLion of IWIYIIIS Mime In years from date wh bit bond shall not Ulirn gnnter nltlIf Interest than I tier ivnt Ir nnnutii payable seiiiinnmial ly at Lincoln Io Nat of mniif mlnnd Interest COUIHIIM shall lie nltaohed to ald soul slglletl by the clerk of the Llncolt court Hald lioniN shall Im hieflesl In ilenomlnatlons of 1 The ayes and nays were called on wild motion anal thniuiiuowas UIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIlIlIf IhJIIIIoutIng for II It Adam W M tmddenirnnd W Wnllln llng u iiuortim of this Imdy A opt Attet II lllXlHllr- lerk Lincoln County Klucal Coert lly K I IVnnlngton Ii Notice Is hereby given that In olxdlenee tialKveonltTO the Lincoln county Kltual INmrt adopted April 1ul which order U made part of this notice by reference nn election will Ui livid and n uMiied nt Hie Huvurat voting precincts of Lincoln county on the nth stay of SII 6 lie r Iwrt forth purIK of suliinlttlnuj to thi In- lIt IIf IAncoln cUllllty tile prolsllIoII tIol tilt sUIII or 8090 propriiitml fur this IIUr1I1 building new Lourtln u e for 111110 n county which u ve thus will be held In nil respects as required liy law and said order T J 11111 mitrid Lincoln Jotmly 9 YOUR RAINCOAT is now ready for you and it is the correct thing too For we go to the very best makers for our Clothing Drop in and get it W E Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky Say dont you think this Shower PI Bath would be fine on a hot Summer day I would like to give you figures on a bath room complete Hot and cold water put in your country home at 100 to 500 Satisfaction guaranteed S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber OWING TO TilE IN CREASE 4 lu our tttuinoes and tho Demand fr HigiiGrmle Goods we have Bought the Painotia Griffon Brand Clothes for the Fall and Win ter 1906and 1907 Tlio Motlels or jIdrflio wulIr your Inspection nt Sam RobinsonsN- ext Dour to the Lincoln Ccuin ly Nutionnl Hank rStanford Kentucky THE VEIL Is not always used to protect the face from the elements and keep the hair in position but by many many women And girls to hide the unsightly pimples blackheads and other eruptions of tha akin Thiee Ugorm life in tho skin and ZEMO a nice clean liquid for external use soon kill out this germ and leaves the face as smooth and soft as that of a child 7EMO will pmilively cure all Ida and sIp diseases such as Eczema in its many forms ringworm teller pimple dandruff or any Itching skin disoasc Get a bottle todny at your druggists v epa rJ only by- E W ROSE MEDICINE COST LOUIS MO II IENNYS i haVe just reecieda BIG LOT of the above etavtJ und nm now ready to furnUli you one at n reasonable figur- eo GEORGE H FARRIS The Bride Will Rejoice At tho presents siw receives no matter what they may ho or where they came from JJut if you wish to tore that your olloring vlll reccio the admiring attention of everybody get itatn jewelry store l- Then you are SUUE to bo right You CANT go wrong by giving Jewelry And you OANT go wrong if you get it here Everything wo ehowyou would do credit to your judgment and good taste Wo CUll interest you at a dollar or H or as high nil you care to go in J figuresAlways trust to us to have the right goods E H MURRAY t The Jeweler Danville Prices Right on Cooking and Heating Stoves at Geol D Hoppers Stahforu KyIt Hardware Queensware TinwareGro eries Field Seeds c i All i sizes sewer pipe just 4 K receivedJ 4 a