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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 1908 NO 59 A Word to the Temperance People The Ray M B Adams president of the AtuiSuloon Leaguo of Kentucky and one of the IcndlnR Baptist remiss tern of tho State has addressed A let ter to Uioso who havo been associ Uod with him for several years past in tho cause of temperance urging upon them tho necessity of taking a hand in the present democratic campaign for tho United States Senatorial nomination In behalf of Gov Beckham Dr Adams has been at tho head of the AnilSaloon League fur nine years past repres nt InK it In legislative fights for the enactment of temperance legislation and In tho counties in local option fill tU and ha gather d about him the in my who two in opposition to the liqior ule meat ami interests controlling the po litical parties and affairs of tho State of Kentucky On his own responsibil ity and putting aside any other ques lion that might bo attempted to be In jected Into tho race for tho Senatorial nomination Dr Adams is acting In this matter and ho was never more In earnest In support of any matter The letter ho Is sending out to his workers over tho State says that tho fight now centered in the Senatorial race Is by the liquor Interests to regain their lost control of political affairs which through tho passage of tho County Unit bill tho Rectifiers tax bill tho Wholesale bill and the Shipping bill Gov Beckham has taken from thorn Ho calls upon his friends out in the Stato to help sustain thu man who was tho first of all Ken tucky governors to daro oppose the hitherto all powerful liquor forces and adds that should tho temperance people allow him to bo defeated In tho face of this fearful and corrupt fight against him they will not in tho future be trusted to sustain their public servants in standing for tho moral Interests 01I Kentucky nor can they expect the next governor of the Stato to oppose tho quor Interests as Gov Heckham has doneDr Adams says that ho can testify to the sincerity of Gov Beckham in his light for temperance ant1 regulation of tho liquor business and denounces ta untrue tho lies which have been circulated by the liquor people In this cam paign with regard to tho governor as a drinking man Tho letter of Dr Adams reads as follows Last winter tho liquor forces of the State met with an overwhelming do feat in tho passage of tho County Unit Hill thu Wholesale Bill the Shipping Bill and tho fight for a tax on tho business of rectifying and blending I liquors Tho passage of all these men ures took from tho liquor clement tho control in political affairs they have for many years exercised They havo also been mortally offended by being com polled by tho governor to obey the laws forbidding tho sale of liquor on Sunday They have never received such treat natIurally of this State belongs to them to de bauch and corrupt as they please They are now struggling to regain their lost control Tho first battle they wish to win in their campaign for the control of Kentucky is tho defeat of Gov Beckham In the November demo- cratiC primary for tho nomination for U S Senator for which ho is now offering If they could accomplish his defeat they would win three valuable points which would be a most fearful loss to tho tcmpornuco interests after the tho great victories wo have won First they would obtain by his defeat tfio control of tho democratic party Secondly they would bo In fine po litlttal position to control tho next Leg Islaturo and repeal tho temperance measures rCentlJIw1l at such great cost so frighten the next governor of the State that ho would not daro to oppose tho liquor In terests as Gov Beckham has done Should they accomplish this tho work of tho temperance people running thro many years would bo overthrown Without tho assistance of Gov Beck ham tho County Unit and other bills could not have passed I know their history in every detail and appeal ed to the governor on behalf of the temperance people of the Stato to give his assistance which ho gladly did If the governor was only playing politics it was mighty poor politics I can testify to his sincerity All kinds of lies ore being circulated by tho liquor people to harm Gov Beckham such as that ho is a drunkard and brutal in Ms family I personally know these to be untrue Tens of thousands of dollars are being put into tho campaign against him Tho liquor poople are depending on his defeat for their return to politi cal power- I am sending this letter on my own responsibility to you as a leader I ask you tq help sustain the man who first of all Kentuckys governors has dared oppose tho hitherto all powerful liquor forces If tho temperance pe faro allow Backha ms defeat of tho fearful and corrupt fight waged against him by tho solid saloon forces of the Stato they will not in tho future bo trusted to sustain their public ser vants in standing for the moral interests of Kentucky For nine years I have labored at Frankfort for tho temperance cause in Kentucky without a cent of remunern tion and at a much larger cost to myself than I coufd afford These have been nine years of suffering and trial Much has had to bo endured from the enemies of our homes whoso interests I havo antagonized on behalf of the old Commonwealth wo all lovo and hopo to see redeemed from tho liquor blight I believe I havo a right to appeal to ev ery temperance voter in Undemocratic party to work from now until the day ofelection to prevent the winning of this first battle by the saloon power to gain control of the State I would not have tho heart to go before another Legislature or before another governor if tho people should prove ungrateful enough to allow tho enemy to win their first battle after their disastrous defeat of lout winter If we can defeat the whisky forces at this point we can win the next Leg islature and placo such additional laws in tho statute books as will in tho next few years redeem Kentucky from tho saloon Will you help Never cast a vote on thu same sldo the saloon keepers vote Yours sincerely- M B ADAMH MATRIMONIAL Henry Parkcrson and Miss Patsy Hamm were married at ML Vernon At Auburn Wm Chandler aged 87 and Mrs Mary Staples 75 were joined heart and hand Mr and Mrs A C Dunn of Dan vAle will celebrate their golden Wedding on the 16th A Christian county man aged roI eloped with a girl of 16 after but a months acquaintance and married her He had had four other matrimonial ven tures Seven husbands none of whom have ever been figures in thcdtvorco courts have moro or less legal claims upon Mrs Hannah BrownChaffee of Detroit according to the confession ofI her daughterIMiss handsome and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs John B Rout of the West End will be marred Oct 21 to Mr Eugene Pope a prosperous young farmer of Boyle The wedding will occur at homo and will boa quiet affair Mr and Mrs George P Sallce of Somerset announce tho engagement of their daughter Miss Marguerite Sallce to Dr Samuel P Parker The mar rialto will take placo tho last of this month Miss Salleo has frequently visited here and is very popular with our young people An Awful Cough Cured Two years ago our lltilo girl had a touch of pneumonia which left hoe with an awful cough She had spoils of coughing just like ono with tho whooping cough and some thought she would not pet well at all Wo gut a bottle ofChqmburlalua Cough Homo dy which acted like a charm Sho sloped coughing and got stout and fat writes Mrs Urn Uussard urn linker 111 This nmiwly Is for sale by Stanford Drug Co Tho National Democratic Committee has Issued a statement of What Congress Did Not Do which Includes a long list of bills introduced in the in terest of tho public but killed by the House or Senate It also includes a list of some of the unpopular legisla tion that was successful Nothing to Fear Mothers need havo no hesitancy in continuing to glvo Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their little ones as It contains absolutely nothing tame rious This remedy Is not only per fectly safe to give small children but IB a medicine of great worth and mer- It It has a worldwide reputation for Its cures of coughs colds and croup andcan always bo rolled upon For sale by Stanford Drug Co Louis Wagner driving a French car won tho third race for the William K Vanderbilt Jr cup Wagnerisknown as ono of tho most expert drivers in Europe Ho first attracted attention by winning the race for light cars over the Ardennes circuit In 1903 Robinson and Thompson the two NoI groes accused of n series of criminal assaults on white women in MobileI wero hanged by a mob near Pritchards Station Ala after being taken away from tho sheriff who was taking them to Mobile for trial Foloys honey and Tar cures tho post obstlnato coughs anti expels tho cold from tho system us It Is mildly luxatlvo It Is guaranteed Do notI risk taking any but the genuine in tho yellow package Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES Eight men were killed by an explosion in a subway in Philadelphia New York Elks will build a 500000 club house It will be tho finest in the countryJohn NIchallson fell from a 15story building In Kansas City andescaped with afew bruises John Hatficld is dead at Richmond Ind He made the coffin for Jos Smith tho founder of Mormonism The 51st annual meeting of the Ken tucky State Medical Association will open In Owensboro this evening Two railroad clerks while lighting fell through a fourthstory window Inn Cleveland office building and both were killed President Roosevelt delivered the principal address at the dedication of Pennsylvanias now capitol at Harris burg Rain fell through the day John T Goode a farmer living near Hopkinsvlllo slot and killed a Negro named Limlscy Leaven who made an improper remark to Goodos wife The ponderous striking weight of the town clock at Georgetown fell from tho tower and crashed through the courthouse ceiling startling the whole citySenator Reed Smoot delivered an address before tho Mormon Conference at Salt Lake City lie said he was neither ashamed of his religion nor his Stato The Weather Bureau at Washington says a great earthquake was recorded by tho bureaus seismographs on Octo ber Tho location of the earthquake probably was in tho bed of the Indian first arrest in connection with tho Atlanta race riot which resulted in tho death of 18 Negroes and one white man was mado when Walter Edmonds u butcher was placed in jail on an Indictment charging murder Tho authorities of Shelby villc Ind are investigating tho death of Mrs Laura Ayroa a prominent church worker who was found dead in her bed with a bullet in her brain Her husband who slept in an adjoining room says ho did not hear any shots Tho Commissioner of Internal Revenue has decided that retailers and merchants in other lines of business than liquor selling who offer bottles of whisky or other spirituous liquors as premiums for orders for their goods must take out a regular Government licenseThreo distinct tornadoes swept Louisiana in tho vicinity of Now Orleans Friday killing six persons injuring scores and destroying property to the valuo of a million dollars The tor nado which passed over New Orleans was seen by hundreds and many were able to run out of its path Henry R Prewitt Stato Commis stoner of Insurance has sent a telegram to President Peabody of tho Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York notifying him to appear at Frankfort and give an account of his action in discharging Col Biscoo Hind man as general agent of the Mutual for Tennessee and Kentucky BlackburnGov whoso reputation as a physician and philanthro gist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water Is tho best aper ient known to tho medical profession and will cure moro diseases than anyone remedy I havo ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores An official announcement has been mado that tho Chicago and Northwest ern railway would expend 20000000 for tho building of a new terminal pas senger station in Chicago The new station which officials of the road say will be ono of tho finest in tho United States will be located on Madison street between Canal and Clinton StreetsSick Headache Cured Sick headache Is caused by derange ment of the stomach and by Indigos Lion Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets correct those disorders and effect a cure By taking these tablets us soOn us tho first Indication of tho disease appears the attack maybe warded off Got a free sample and try them For sale by Stanford Drug Co In tho list of those prominent Demo rats who aro being heralded to tho world as having repudiated tho candidacy of Hearst as tho nominee for Governor of New York wo notice about 00 per cent are the same Democrata who repudiated Bryan In 189GGlas glow Times Henry E Jones of Tampa Fla writes I can thank God for my present health duo to l0Ie8 Kidney Cure It Is a pleasure to recommend it those needing a kidney medicine Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE Emmett McCormack has 15 feeder good ones for sale A millinery opening at Wm Wheats ML Salem is announced for Oct 12 and 13 Despite the rain of Friday nignt a goodcrowd enjoyed the entertainment and hop at Alcorns Opera House Dn G GOLDSTEIN will visit Huston vllle next Friday and Saturday Oct 12 and 13 at Hotel Weatherford Be sure to see him W G Cowan bought a pair of har ness ponies of C R McCormack for 200 0 P Brown has a splendid fam- Ily mare afraid of nothing that ho will sell cheap- A box supper and spelling match will ba given at Richards school house on Tuesday night Oct 9 Tho teacher Miss Nannio Adams extends an invita tion to all to attend Miss Mary D Kennedy of your city is the guest of Miss Cora Goode J G Weatherford and Miss Julia Stagg are in Cincinnati buying a large stock of uptodate fall and winter goods Dr J T Bohon has returned from a delightful four weeks visit to hIs son Kyle and family at Decatur who returned with the doctor for a short visit to numerous relatives in this vicin ityHoward Camnltz arrived home Mon day from a successful seasons work with the Toledo and Pittsburg base ball teams He will twirl next season for Pittsburg who propose to win tho the solicitation of Mr J K Baughman S D Yowell and a number of other life long democrats of this vi cinity I was asked as secretary ofJ the Commercial Club to invite all the candidates here tendering the use of the opera house Mr Hays accepted and we expect others from the tone of their replies The item copied from the State Journal was a night mare- J A Allen of Boyle bought of Jno Murphy 251trd0 pound cattle at 4c 11 1000pound cattle of W J Campbell at 4c and a bunch of Emmett McCor- mack at same price W G Cowan sold Lutes Co two cars of 1300pound cattle at 41c and Lutes Co sold Mr Cowan 40 1000pound feeders at 4c Wm Lillard bought 22 1000pound cattle of W S VanArsdale at 3 to aGO and 25 from J W Allen at 375 and a bunch from John Lynn at 337 The Hustonvillo Gold Mining Co has completed its organization by the election of the following officers J P Goode president W G Cowan first vice president George D Weatherford secretary and treasurer The numer ous inquiries for not only shares but blocks of stock in this company have up to this time all been answered no stock for sale Tho crucial testof tho samples is a well guarded secret but phenomenal is tho confidential report of one of the officers Seventy years or more ago somo Indians knew of a mine near Carpenters Station from which they secured largo quanti ties of rich ore which they took to Dan ville and traded for supplies Later George W Riffo and R S Tucker knowing of these facts did considerable prospecting in that vicinity without making a strike This ore is found in a branch at the foot of a knob near the Casey line contribution ITilE first voluntary toward a fund for a Kentucky represen tation at tho Jamestown centennial celebration next year was received by R E Hughes secretary of the Com mercial Club says the Courier Jour nal It was in tho form of a onedollar bill and was donated by J H Mount a business man of Lancaster Ky In the letter accompanying the contribu tion Mr Mount expressed tho hope that he would be ono among 25 or 50 of his home town to mako a pike contribu tion He also said that ho hoped that every city town and village in the State would catch the fever as soon as possible and ben sending con trim tions Advice to Housewives No homo Is so pleasant regardless of tho comforts that money will buy as when the entire fatally Is in perfect health A bottlo of Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents It will cure every member of the family of constipation sick headache or stom ach trouble Pennys Drug Store Tom Coyle charged with the murder of his brotherinlaw Hubert Riddell in Madison county was acquitted At tho first trial ho was given 17 years in the penitentiary Tho rapidity with which the rural route free delivery is increasing and the growing popularity of tho service is shown in the postmaster generals report The number of routes in operation October 1 was 30566 and peti tions pending 2224 WiU Chancellor sold to B G Fox a pair o yearling horse mules for 125 Our Fall Showing for Men Should Interest You THEI1 HOPKINS LiAKE We pride ourselves upon the durability as well ns the fit of all our II II Suits Our asirtmeiit this season is moro comprehensive thau ever be foie Styles more pleasing und patterns more varied We invite a careful examination and comparison SUITS S7 TO SI8OO W E Perkins orchardIKentucky ZZli 1I We havp a few bags Armour Fer tilizer that wj will close out at reduc prices to make room for other goods 1IIi Bone Meal 2650 Per Ton Grain Grower 22 Per Ton Wheat Corn and Oats spe cial 1800 Per Ton To bacco Grower 25 Per Ton a9 = thM W HitH 1C GINS Stanford Kentucky t COAL COAL arcs 4 To introduce a Splendid Genuine Jellico Coal we will sell it at 10 12c Per Bushel- at bins both at Stanford and Rowland W S E B DENRM Prices Right on Cooking and Heating Stoves at Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Queensware TinwareGrb AJIIsewer 1 received r iWSrrn rrwr n rr r I 1Rerr nJThe Interior Journal j E C WALTON M F NORTH It n cnndldnte for llepretcntntlveot Lincoln cnnntv ohlect to tho action Iteuu erfttlcpnrty J T ROBERTS MiiRlstrnto In tottbltlnnloMngiFtertnl DUtrlrt action of the ditnocrntlp party Democratic Ticket For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county BREII AumiGitT takes a column of his valuable space to answer a para graph in bur Tuesdays Issuo admonish ing him to go slow and not attempt to belittle so good a man official and democrat aa Gov Beckham is lIe even goes BO far as to quote fro knocker Hays and the late J C S Blackburn to prove that Kentucky model governor is a man of small caliber and an accident U Certainly our young friend has forgotten the con dition of the States affairs when Gov Beckham took the reins of government That he brought order out of chaos and peace prosperity and contentment out of days that were dark and stormy we do not suppose Mr Albright will deny notwithstanding his persona- dislike I for the governor Admitting that he has made even a fairly good governor under the trying circum stances is he not deserving of som- credit Should he be called an acci- dentl after such service to his State and party He is no more an accident than the assassination of the lamented Goebel was an accident Tis tru that the removal of Mr Goebel made him governor but has he not beer elected twice by the people since the latter time by the biggest democratic majority any governor has received In 20odd years Mr Albright seems t forget all this when he joins hands with Blackburn Hays and other mal contents in abusing the States highest official Certainly Brer A is when he compares him or even mentio him in tho same sentence with the un speakable Deboe If he means what he says along that line we are reall growing alarmed about our good but sometimes indiscreet brother of the tripod and recommend that his townsman Mr John W Brown have his case looked into But enough about that We do not blame you Mr Al bright for supporting Senator Mc Creary He is a fine man and has mad- a good Senator and filled well the doze- or so other offices he has held This paper supported him nearly 40 years But what we are driving at is this Quit your harsh words of Gov Beck ham and try and pull Senator McCrearj through on his merits rather than any demerits you may imagine in the governors makeup TilE break up of the paper trust by the government was heralded as a great performance but its glory was but of a day The mill owners in the former paper trust have celebrated its dissolution by raising the price of their product 5 a ton which goes to show that the antitrust law cannot reach that class of combination trade Now then is the time to t a total repeal of the Dingley duties on paper and wood pulp SENATOR MCCREARY said In his epecc at Harrodsburg that he will never as for office again Wouldnt it be funny if the clever old gentleman woul settle down to private life Forty years before the public is a long time t but his official career has been a most honorable one and he is entitled spend his declining years in the privac- of his home and family BOSTON has one woman who is le gaily her husbands boss She is Mrs Ellor Carlisle Ripley one of the as sistant superintendents of the public schools of the city and her husband is a teacher and she draws 1500 a year more than he does Most wom en are bosses of their husband but they can hardly rub it in as this one can t ORGANIZED labor is organized tyr army said Bishop Berry in addressing the Methodist Rock River Con ference in Illinois The bishop has a cinch on his job or he would not vociferate thusly There is not a can didate for office of any degree in the United States who would dare utter such an accusation if ho believed it IN his speech at Henderson Gov Beckham said that he could stop the howl that is going up against the so called machine if he had enough jobs to give to the antis We hadnt thought of it before but there is a good deal of horse sense in tho governors re mark JUDGE FRANK PEAK who declared the County Unit bill unconstitutional has taken the stump against Go v Beck ham The judge has had an imaginary grievance against the governor for some blare- st POLITICAL MfCongressman Charles A Towne of New York it is reported in Washing ton probably will take the stump In opposition to William R Hearst E II R Green declined the nom ination of the Texas Republican reorganizers for Governor and A C Ache son has been selected in his place Senator Beveridge of Indiana delivered a political speech in Lincoln Neb He paid a high tribute to W J Bryan but said Mr Bryan was an Impracticable idealist U Senator Bacon of Georgia declares the time is not yet hero for Cuban annexation Among the problems which ho says it would entail is a complication of the Negro question now giving so much trouble Republican county conventions were held in the Second district Saturday to elect delegates to the district con atmDawson Springs today Most of the MooresofEarlingtonJohn Williams is the favorite among democratic committees of the country as a stump speaker and it is said that the demand upon his time Is greater than the demand for William Jennings Bryan Congressman Wil llama probably will speak but once in Kentucky during the campaign John B Moran was unanimously Massachugsetts by tion held in Boston and a platform Inelegislative and municipal affairs was adopted The platform also eulogIZed andtbefore the convention adjourned It theefloor indorsing Mr Bryan as the next Democratic nominee for President- A dispatch to the Cincinnati En Democcrats has been completed in the first GovoBeckhams workers and it shows the districts will give 21000 majority for Beckham It was stated that the poll beenghavensbeen heard from it is claimed to show that Beckham will go to Louis mayjority IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES G M Johnson aged 73 is dead at Orlando Rockcastle county He had been an invalid for 15 years beenncovery a on the Goodloe farm a short distance from LancasterThe county grand jury indicted Nathan Tudor who killed his brother because of alleged indecent proposals to the formers wife Tudor was discharged at his examining trial The local option election in Jellico resulted in a victory for the wets the vote standing 81 for license to 15 for prohibition The vote was taken in that part of Jellico lying in this StateA BIRTHDAY PAUTY Friday Oct 5th a few of the relatives and friends of Mr George L Carter gave their apleasantsurprieery anniversary of his wedding day With baskets well filled with all the good househcarkto thedday was sun shine and gladness reigned within and Uncle George grew young again tell ing of the good old times when he was andyaway hours before dinner was announced A table well laden with all the delicacies- of the season and a dinner served in the yard in oldfashion style awaited- us How tempting to the appetite how delicious to the taste and how satisfactory to the inner man we leave the gentlemen to say Sufficient for us to tell you that of tho 33 present all were wellfed and enough left to feed as many more All too soon the hour for departure was at hand and each one went his way with pleasant memories- of a day well spent a dinner never to be forgotten and a hope that many birthdays may come and go ere our halo and hearty old friend will bo taken from those who know and love him Our thanks are tendered to Capt B F- Pwe1l who planned the surprise and Invited us to participate and to Mr and Mrs J M Carter for throwing wide their hospitable doors and receiving us with open arms Several nice and useful presents were received M T D Result of Neglect In roost cases consumption results from a neglected or improperly treated cold Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and prevents serious results It costs you no more than the unknown prepara tions and you should Insist upon hav- Icg the genuine in the yellow package enays Drug Store r CHURCH MATTERS The protracted meeting at Great Crossings Baptist church near Midway closed with 19 additions Elder J G Livingston closed his meeting at Pine Grove Sunday night There were 15 additions Louisville Presbytery votes 23 to five at Hawcsville In favor of articles of agreement on reformed faith looking to union of those of various Presbyterian beliefs A Young Mother at 70 My mother hassmlilenly been made young at iO Twenty years of intense suffering from dyspepsia lead entirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Blttors which have completely cured her and restored the strength and activity she had In tho prime of life It writes Mrs W L Qllpatrlek of Danforth Mo Greatest restoration medicine on the globe Sets Stomach Liver and Kid noys right purifies the blood and cures Malaria Biliousness and Weakness Wonderful Kerve Tonic Price 50o Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store Stanford and Lyno BrosCrat Orchard J D McBride was shot and bndl wounded while rerurning from calling at Berca Ho charges Samuel Welch tho rich Berea merchant with tho shooting THERE were four petitions for count roads presented in the county court yesterday This was the extent of the Wheat Land for Rent lollrthollhllllcistern and nil mcesmry mitbtill llng Uoot grndpIuytoMrs nt Mrs W O Wither on Duiivillc Htrwt Trees Plants Vines Our ellnll entltloltllt 01 Fruit mul Ornn mental Tree Kvrrimfim Hlirutw rlltolcIplug no iiKiiiU but wil direct to tht planter If FIULId NMF nil A HONK fuxlugtott Ky NOTICE I Lincoln Circuit Court IoHThe ercdltora 0 thotlllo of lico II Pat endecenitHltiru ordered to present to rot their claims ninln t gnld vntitte proiierly iroven on or before Nov S UOI tlntm not iresented within tho time mentioned will not lie nllowvd GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C PUBLIC SALE Admlnlitnttorti Halo 01 Ienonalty thluteatontfour mill North of Htanford on the anville Turnpike rtmd sell nt public nut ofhilalvoXcowB I work borne iniiniX mule 101111 family tarrliiKe wlr fence inn fnrndatinTIt IHJor 01 fieor IIu cnhand over that amount n credit of tin pnobcuringMAUY O KKIAND trlxItPUBLIC SALE HiivliiK rental out my farm and decided to gull farming will on- THUHHDAYOCTIH sell my pmonal property coimUtlnK of one oungermule1nitre iiiule aye rllUK teerXcowiS licit er calla Polled AUKU bulla brood sow l1blllllJlloIIIIIOIUilacktmltli tool lot of old Iron Krniler curt buggy check rower Wheat drill Dlwj harrow I Double A liar crIIIlotofgearIrngun harnet I will otTer nlu about FItenlyorganturllot of itovm The farm on which tutu safe will Iw node Intuudintelyoilthe4oahettpike lot J PUhnndlerAuct BY SPECIAL REQUEST Dr will visit Huston villc Friday and SaturdayOct 12 and J3 Two days only at WcathcrfordHotel The value of perfectly fitted glasses withregard to health can not bo over estimated Their effect upon the net vows system is direct and through this indirectly upon the entire organism- A few of the troubles which result directly in tills particular are Neu ralgia Sick Headache had Nervous ProstrationA mistake is miode by most spectaclesDont begin specs till you have to has done a world of harm Anyone can by straining and squinting and looking sharp go for a heishis eyes Consult Dr Goldstein eyesfreeOffice hours from 10 A M to 3 p daysonlyJ J J PUBLIC SALE I will sell oil HATUllDAYOOT IS lido the lenmlmlerot my household nml ktteliPU furniture which connltuot ihrvi UtlstvmU with pringulnttreexrsSmarble top wilib- MItIlIlI1 hilt rack cllrllth igoal hrutlK staves chubs three ol their rockers eight ilny ritUiulnr clock Ninull tablet Iminmi So ytinU gull rag carpet 40 yard ironing nnil ninny other things Rood nod useful These thing thlI1 of my property Mlle rnmmvnro nt oclock AM UKUllKNWirMAMH McKlniHy Ky POSTED wlmto tinmen npponr Klow tlrlctly forbid Imntliiff llihltiK or IIIIY kind of tree pimMiiK on our pliicea nml will prosecute vt uhitom to tho fun extent of till law Krrd VOnnruenlKiin Hclohenlmch Itroj- KredVonAlllimn A VoiiUruenlKnn- Krett llnuiniinn looree Holme- K llelclunUich Joseph llnllotl HofmannMrMllndcnyelch alImyIlutfilntmIUhrltttnn Grnypon JOCnrwalter- Jurobloewctn Math linmerou OIIJoeor Fred llnndort Mrs MIVmtleton W Conner To Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will Augmtlcll FRAMESETCnntl t isfaction us before Ollico over Mo Roberts Drug Store U to 12 A at 130 to 4 p M W N Craig Stanford PUBLIC SALE I of Land Stock Crop Farm Ing Implements and Household Coods will oftor for title to the lilgheu liidderoi- iKlUDVYtMTIJlKrt Walker liven- htn5o1134acns0111011 blue gnu Inml lying Mlle Nest of McKlnucy fronting on iku und the Clncliinntl hkmthvrn Itull road it b well Improved ubttuntlnl IIlIllIlIlIalol kludlund well meal OliO hundrttl or more nrn now In Kmll nn nbundnnrv of neverfnllliiK wuter At tilt mini tlliir I will sell two ugtt work intllrf three goal steer twoyearold hull cow ntul calf M hniliel of Wheat III enrnvr 23 nereof rnnInllwhockn lot of lurlll Impleinvntiiit lot of houtehold Koodinnd it Rrnndfnther vlockiuon Ihnn il1 Inn The fiinii U not old wilt lx runted to the bidder for iLo yenr IWT 7fnni mnde known on day of mile JDW All AIQoitN Agrntof J llllnrkernnd wlfo PUBLIC SALE Of Land Stock and Crop I IluvlnKUevldiHl to quit farming I will on TIIUKHDAYOOT lug offer my farm of luu acre for Mile If not told privately before tltuated IH mile from McKlnnvy on the l1lIlIrlC pike to the highest bidder Kortyncre III vulllviitlon In tjrun The tuna 111111 utatv of cui vn tion i the Improvement contlil of aiulMtuntlul brick houko of six room up per and lower hull largu stock barn 12 fox ktnllidrlvoway In center undhed on inch lde Rood cittern nt tho boum nml one nt thu Nirn 4roont tenant hOUM and nil nee e ary outbuilding Thu toekcrylslstaull- pulruf l1Iule14Irold S blinds high 3 Iroud I mom cult l hone colt iplendld biiriieu hone by Nnlioth il milk row Soitoekowefarrning Iniplniiont of all klcdi corllulltl and hay I will lake piea ur innnowluitthe farm to all OliO wlihinK to buy before day of Mile lu to commence promptly at lit oclock TW VAI MH- McKlnuey Ky OaptT U KiiuUih Auct NOTICEA Valuably Lincoln Co Hut Grass Farm for Salt I UnMONI AVOOT on thoI prenllewewill itch lit public outcry our lariiinltunted oil tho A N and the Htanford Atrah Orchard plkv twoiallei fronsntbOrclurddeatoml at allu front UdnrCreek Stution known III thu tphra11n conudnligaboutreiildeiice with 8 room maid well watered fJJIIMTho land will IM Kohl by to Iw ascertained by actual survey 01111I third cimh In hand reumbldurIncrlualpay- nsentsdueln isniul mouth with o centlntvreiitfrom IKt until purI Note negotiable and payable In County National Hank at maiiford A lien to Iw retained for deferred payments nil tun loud on North hie of railroad aUiul 11- 3ucreswill Iw offered separato and thou sill Mouths of railroad on which la till brick rev Uliiiou The farm will thou be offered at a whole tint bid or bUU uttering the lilghent price will Uutccepted Mule to begin at 10 oclock AM Halite Petinlugton I uclo Hlngleton Kphralm PLiinliigton Jennie Pennlngton heir 1PRES r TIONSI I THREE HonestyAccuracy THINGS I Intelligence are a part of every tirrwrJn time we fill The doctor does not write them down with the other ingredients because of a tacit understanding that they are to go in always and ho knows they WILL go in when bring his order to us I StapfofdDrU4Co j o1iLJ t ff JR U NKS II Zinc and Canvas Size 28 to 40 Inches Price 150 to 1000 SUIT M 1 1 H GASES II Ladies Japanese Straw Mens Brown and f Tan Leather 350 500 700 and 1000 Hand Bags 12 14 16 and 18 inches Black or Tan Leather 2 350 5 and 65- 0TELESCOPES iAII Sizes 50c to 125 H J McROBRTS t STANFORD KENTUCKYtr t STATIONERYWe 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 NNN PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON OCTOBER 213 Webers FamousBand Daily Grand + Concerts lI f 21000 Futurity Oct 2 Great 200 Pace Oct 10 5000 Transylvania Oct 4 3000 Walnut Hall GupOcU 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct 9 i ONBOM MORE rsTAKU IIIV hfie NHalf Fare on AH Railroadt r Ii r r 1 w Kv OCT It 1000 rBUOroIlD us order you some engraved cards everything In tho late t IILsr 1onnya Drug r Store IPERSONALS for lrs1 s Will hero yesterday M1SB JUSNIK NBWLAND visited Crab Orchard friends Mum UHUIAII CARSON H with Crab Orchard friends MISS MARY Hnucn visited Mrs A A McKlnnoy In Louisville MRS JOHN CHAITHIX of Knoxvlllc U visiting Mrs W F Uishon TIIOMAH UliONAUGll of Crab Orch I ard visited James Guest Hcrrln MillS FLORENCE GARTER Is back from a visit to Loaisvlllo friends MIRS LUCY PKTEHSON spent Satur and Sunday with relatives at Paris II J McRoitERTS was is Cincinnati Friday buying gents furnishing Roods Miss HATTIK FARMER has returned from a visit to hcrjilnter at Iarksville MR S S ANTIS Indianapolis Is with bis daughter Miss Desslc Yan till MRS W A TitliiiiLK and children spent Friday and Saturday in Louis yule MRS WILL lipou of Cedar Point 0 has been tho guest of Mrs Will Fields MRS JUU HUGHES U with her daughter Mrs B T Carter at Evans vlllc Ind MR J 11 BOONE who is working in Hell county spent Sunday with his family hero DAILY AND HENRY HUTCHISON of a the Highland section have gone to In to work 1tllannpoUs MARY MOKLBY and Katherine Phillips have returned from a visit to relatives in Garrard Mn G C HALEY wife and children t of New Albany end are visiting rel atives In this county MR J S WRLI and family of Dan- villeI I were with the family of Mr J S J Owslcy Jr Sunday MESOAMES W P DISHON and John Chsppcll have been visiting friends In Louisville and Lexington Mn JOHN TRAYLOR was badly hurt I by falling from his barn Saturday Ho had one or more ribs broken I PROK W C GRINSTEAD and wife of Danville spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs J W Ireland y AUIERT VONGRUENICAN has moved his family from Louisville to the Neat firm he bought a year or ago DR AND MRS L S ADAMS of Parsons Kansas were guests at Mr J K Baughmans in the West End MR E II HENRY of Chicago manager of the Continental Insurance Co was the guest of Kev H li Mahony kiln C T WILLSON who is now i- nv the newspaper business at Joliet III is hero looking after his landed inter 1olteMIss AtJA TlionrsoN of MU Vernon spent several days with the fam Ill of Mr Robert Thompson in the East End MR II BRIGHT HAYS who is clerk ing in W S Hiltons mammoth store at Junction City spent Sunday with his parents hero MR A II SEVERANCE of Corbin stopped over with his brother Mr Will Severance on his return from Louisville where he went to by goods MR M F MunritY wife and daugh ter little Hazel Murphy are over from Foyctto county Mrs Murphy was a Miss Curtis daughter of the lato Mon roe Curtis MR SIIELTON M SAUKLEY manag- Ing editor of tho Frankfort Journal spent Sunday with his wife and mother hero Mrs Saulley returned with him Monday morning MR J C LYNN and family will occu py Judge J P Baileys residence on Somerset Avenue Mr Lynn has rented his fathers form and will become a tiller of the soil again Mn C W ADAMS of Huatonvillo who has been IH for some two weeks t has been taken to Norton Infirmary Louisville for treatment Ills many friends hope to hear of his speedy re coveryWE to know that Mr John very isfeverwathasbeen City Improving Ills sisters Annie Hal derun of Louisville and Miss Jean Buchanan of Crab are at hw bedside r A Supplement Isar Wo have supplemented our already large stock with recent purchases of the most sought for goods at present We ate showing now Plaid Ging hams 10 to 10e Plaid Woolens 25c to 8100 Plaid Silks Vic to 8100 New shades of Brown in Panamas lull Broad Cloth Sew Stripe and Polka Dot Percales Dozens of other items HI much hi demand and so scarce we have just received Red want to show you liON J M ALVKRSON spent Sunday nt London Miss SUSAN VANARSDAUJ of Louie Is with friends hero Mn S M ALLEN of Millcrsburg spent Sunday with his family hero Dn A S PRICK is back in his dental ontce to remain his health having greatly improved Mns En WILKINSON and relative Mitt Inez Wilkinson visited the family of Mr John W Mooro in Casoy MISSES JULIAN HALL and Bowie Fowle have returned from a 10 days visit to Paint IJck and Kirksvillc MR ANn MRS W MASON MORRIS of Crab Orchard are spending a few days with Mr ROIl Mrs James F Holdam prior to going to Muskogee I T to locateR HENDREN and family ore spend Ing n few days with Mrs IPs parents in Rowland Mr Hcndrcn Is here looking for a farm having sold his farm near Kirksvlllo for 5000 LOCALS FEUD and grass seed for sale James D Shelby Junction City Ky FOR SALE Five room cottage on Whitley Avenue K Peyton MY winter lap robes is in Call and see them J C McClary AT CoSTIn order to close out my groceries will sell at cost for the next 10 days E D Peyton 2k A HOX supper will given at the Highland schoolhouse next Friday night Go and carry a box CHARLES ENSUN has been appointed postmaster at Ottenhelm this county vice E Schanzenbach resigned e I CORDIALLY Invite tho ladies to call and examine my nice line of millinery before purchasing Mrs M E Moore McKInney Ky MR J A ALLEN has bought of Miss Emma Warren the cottage on East Main Street now occupied by Mr B D Carter and family MR W B McKlNNKY has bought of Mr Mark Hardin the residence on West Main street now occupied by him The price paid is private ALL Crab Orchard Graded School tax not paid by Oct 15 will be advertised Please call at the bank und settle George Bronaugh collector MRS U B PRUITT of Moreland will have an opening of fall and winter millinery next Friday and Saturday Oct 12 and 13 The ladies are cordially In vited to attend CHAS LUTES has bought of Miss Ellen Powers her house and lot in Hus tonvillo and after greatly repairing it will occupy It Ho will continuo to deal in live stock of all kinds NEITHER tho Chri farm nor the land belonging to the late Mrs M J Huffman sold at Hustonvillc Saturday The first tract was taken down at 57 CO per acre and the latter at 911 for tho whole ON a Q C returning from Cincinnati Saturday night Kirby Harris and Fount Dishon both of Kingsville engaged in a fight in which Dishon was badly cut lie was taken to a Lexington hospital while Harris was turned over to the Lexington police HuEris EllenJames Hucstls daughter of tho late Joseph McAlistcr James is dead in Chicago She former ly lived here where she has many friends who are deeply grelved at her taking away Mrs Hucstis was a eosin of Mrs James F Hold m Tim Farmers Institute today at the courthouse begins at 930 AlI Three experts will deliver lectures on hogs seed corn and general farming Dont fall to hear them On account of Mr Hays using the courthouse tho insti Lute did not begin yesterday as was ad vertised OMAMP MunriiY of Kingsville was tried in Squire Duddcrars court at Mc Kinney Saturday and fined 175 and given 10 days in jail Tho charge against young Murphy is drawing his pistol onI several persons including a Q C engineer Ho is said to have also shot in a train Murphy was arrested byI Deputy Sheriff Will Hester and Detec lye Helm of Danville Ho had a gun on when arrested bid Judge Warren fined him 100 and 10 days in jallI FOR SALEGood secondhanded pl- ano cheap Mrs 1 A Rice Stan buy fewshares of First National Bank stock Apply at this office FOR SALEFour well brcd Poland China shoats weight about 50 pounds J A E tos Stanford Doc DavE was elected a member of the democratic county committee for Hustonville precinct No1 to succeed II C Baughman who moved to this place A ofthis and Mr McClary sends us the following Brother J C McClnry delivered n very forcible gospel message to about 10 people at Blue Lick church Sunday afternoon There is no better man in the world than Mr McClary May the Lord bless him in his great work and we hope that the Lord will send him with us again TUB county committee has selected tho following gentlemen to conduct the pri mary election in this county Tuesday Nov Stanford No 1JnmeB McKcchnic clerk Albert Sloan sheriff R R Gen try and B D Carter judges Stanford No 2P L Beck clerk Ben Bryant sheriff J C Reid and Robert Woods judges Stanford No 3J D Wcarcn clerk C V Gentry sheriff E D Penning ton and James Holman judges Stanford No 4George D DeBord clerk Bun Gaines sheriff Morgan Bcazley and W II Anderson judges Crab Orchard No SoB Buchanan clerk Peyton Parrish sheriff J KSutton and S J Tatem judges Crab Orchard No2W II Perkins clerk Sam Chandler sheriff George Boone and H F Newland judges Waynesburg No 1R D Padgett clerk W F Camden sheriff II H Singleton and Henry Caldwell judges Wnyneiburg No 2E W Crcigh ton clerk W C Alford sheriff C L Hcnhley and W W Walter judges Wnyncsburg No 3John Baugh clerk Ben Lewis sheriff Eugene Hutchison and Green Acton judges Hustonville No 1J C Reid clerk D S Carpenter sheriff J P Goode and W S Dryc judges Hustonvillc No 2Dave C Allen clerk W B Hill sheriff John McKin ney and Jesse Routt judges Hustonville No 30 J Crow clerk Will Logan sheriff John Carter and W T Beck judges HAYS ciiAttorney General Hays was introduduced to a good audience yesterday afternoon by Judge H C Warren who took occasion to knock several spokes out of the fearful ma chine at Frankfort Said he unless we clean up the machine we will bo cleaned up ourselves Judge Warren predicted all sorts of horrible things should the machine remain in tact lie also informed his hearers that Sen ator McCreary would wipe up the earth with Gov Beckham in the Senatorial race and alleging that Judge linger is a part of too awful machine he said he would only support him in the event ho was compelled to do so As a machine buster Judge Warren proved almost the equal of tho speaker who has heretofore been in a class by himself in that line Mr Hays speech was about the same as those he has distributed all through his campaign a tirade onGov Beckham and the entire administration He pictured the horrors of the ma chine and told of the necessity of de feating every candidate who was directly or indirectly connected with what he termed the gang at Frank fort Ho told how the State had been robbed but failed to say why he did not try to stop the proceedings One would havo concluded that Mr Hays was running against Gov Beck ham rather than Mr S W Itagcr from his remarks about the chief executive The republicans and there were a number in the courthouse enjoyed Mr Hays effort to tho fullest extent and applauded vociferously as he dealt out ammunition to them to be used in the coming election and the one a year hence As he always does Mr Hays threw a bouquet to Senator McCreary and predicted his nomination by 75000I forth considerable plauseWhen Mr Hays told his hearers get his speech coming forward the crowd almost fen over each other to get a copy Underweartaros These damp coM days call for heavier underwear We liavo nil weights and styles Union Suits and separate Pants and Vent Our special is the best Vests and Paula to be had for 25o Hast COe and 3100 Union Suits in the country The famous SetSnug Pants and Vests at 50c per garment Childrens Union Suits at 25 and 50c in bleach and un bleached medium and heavy weight Conic carlwbile stock is complete SEVERANCE SON STANFORD fordWANTEDTo IFINE line of harness and saddles just In J C McClary FOR RENTMy cottage on Portman Avenue J C McClary YOUR city taxes are due Please call at Sheriff lulls cilice and settle Pen alty goes on Nov 1 R G Jonescity marshal PROF J W AND and Miss Her ta Jean Penny will sing and whistle nt Miss Barbpcs recital at tho Graded School Friday evening Hear them J L MURPHY is in Louisville this week buying Fall goods for J S Mur phy Son the Hedgcvillo merchants and they invite you to call and see their new line MRS JOHNSON will arrive today and will open her cooking school in the My ers House Thursday at 2 P M AllI pupils are requested to be present at that hour AFTER M days of rain the sun came out about noon Saturday and Sunday and yesterday were pretty fair fall days but it begun to rain again last night and it is coming down pretty lively at this writing nWANTED Two good cooks for hotel at Harrodsburg Good wages Job as long as you want It Will take white or colored Write or phone John I Van Arsdall proprietor Commercial Hotel Harrodsburg Ky THOSE who hold vouchers against the Stanford Graded School are requested to present them at the First National Dank for payment Interest on them ceases after Oct 15 W B OBannon chairman board of trustees FOR RENT Tho comfortable and convenient residence on Logan Avenue known as the Harris house Large and commodious and recently renovated from cellar to garret Possession at onco A T and J R Nunnelley Stanford Ky BEAR in mind that Miss Nannie Bar bee will be at the Graded School Auditorium next Friday evening and will entertain you with characteristics of the Befo de Wah Nigger Tickets on sale at Pennys Drug Store Admis sion Reserved seats 35c adults 25c all school children 15c two of same family 25c Doors open at 730 p M WHERE has all the money gone to 7 asked Assessor W A Carson of us the ether day The banks are full of it but it is a rare case thatthose who give in their property to me ever have a cent in bank Diamonds are also as scarce as hens teeth when the assessor comes around but 1 see lots of people wearing them he added The ques tion was too hard for us and we passed it First National Bank will have a beautiful directors room when Im provements contemplated are complet ed The room which is just back of the banks business office Is being painted and otherwise worked on and elegant furniture has been ordered It will be used not only for tho directors and private consultations but friends and patrons of the popular institution will bo given access to use It at their will Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately having determined to quit farming I will ell privately lilY farm of S45 acres near Morelnml on the U1k Railroad p rules from nupvllle2Sy inlleH Iron well situated on plkf OropcoiiMnU of corn hay unit outl tock Jennets laeki horse and brood iimreii Will veil nt n Imrgaln If I rind n buyer In tin next au or 40 days 1111 KING Morvliind Ky PUBL1CSALEI Itnvlntf divided my farms with my chit dren I will on- T1IUKHHAY NOV llX sell nt public unction nt my home tulle rmlll Oil the Ireachumvlllo pike till of my IIlronlllllropertJcombllll or tlllyOliilikcowKnweiinlhitSCiilves lotyears old now of hay III sx barrels of corn ale hocks of adder lot of wheat hay 2 mowlnit mncliliiiH Dltc drll all In good running order corn crusher tcllltllIl box e set of blarhtimlth tooln2 grinding ntnnef r big plow I hillHide plow apple mill mill lot of gear lot of tools mud semper lot of old Iron I cooking stove orn lot of household and lUKcben furni tune iMirlnil wagon buggy two horo wagon ox wiiKtin o wheat hap earn shellers dllliler hell and n lot ur other tliliiKH too numerous to mention AlltmniMOf tin and under cash In hand unit Unit amount u credit of months with notes payable In the Lincoln jaunty NatlomilHank Hlllnrorti with a ner cent Interest front date All contrnrti to he compiled with before moving properly Hale to begin promptly nt x MILAN ANUK1ttIGN P0 Stamford KY N 1N1tti vtTN111bOr O ON ir Ii Maybe You Dont Object to i Having S t cottonmixedi i IIAII right but you do object to pay i iingjja price based onla little cotton for clothes that are more than cotton halfiThats the trouble with all tion in clothes or anything the i ute you admit that a little mini 7 hurt anything youve opened gate wide Weve seen suits i sold at 20 and 25 that lookedbeingi the price but when tested nearly 50 per cent cotton i about 5 if you judge by the worthi j look in a months wear Thats why we sell Hart y i Marx clothes theyre Schaffneri theres no fraud or that You know exactly youre i getting for your money when you spend it for these clothes and you i get it MINSMCLARY i STANFORD KY t s1t1N1 N7N1dLNNMti1 KN 1111tt + tftIllltMfi + + + lllllltttIII DONTwait until cold weather forces you to buy your Winter goods Buy now and be ready when Winter comes We have a full line of Ladies and Childrens Underwear for Winter Ladies Union Suits at 50 65 75c and 100 per suit Ladies Vests and Pants at 25 35 50c and 100 per garment Childrens Union Suits all sizes at 25c and 50c Childrens Vests and Pants at 1015 and 20c per garment Infants wrappers from 10 to 65c per garmentAlso and Childrens Hosiery in plain fleeced and wool at 101525 40 and 50c per pair Pictorial patterns Eggs taken at highest market price i IIHHJ L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House v STANFORD KENTUCKY IIIII4IIIIIII IIIII Il tj f Iii i i i The Interior Journal EJOleTttUn at U- uon elaar matttrIOUBJUUGD TOEHOAYH AND Y1tIDAYI AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH when not paid IJOO will be charged For Sale Privately Lay honso a1i 10 acres of land situated jeer outside of town limits on the Somerset House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser collar table and all aaactaaargood Water hydrant Ma yard and one for stock J P BAILEY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Liviry Feed and Sale Stable Lanoaster Ky Stxnxs wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable ra- tesINSURANCE rite Ltgbtnluq WlndBtorrI1IHe tho and- 1tTCompaniesItepreeentcd and IaytngItecsable hates BrdjCnoqunlled Tulkwlth MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Kcildonce Phone No 81 BDGARTERSuccessor to Bruce k Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KYiEpeclal attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connection Two Farms For SaleI 1 wish to sell privately Jny farm of MrfI1i miles writ of on the I exs ton It U well luiprovttl and hn plenty of water nnd timber fenced and in good reimlr Aha nn unimproved limn of 100 ncres lying midway botwoun Uincnster and Ix niton pikes Good outlet each way Well jDced Terms reasonable T I ItKUHlNO Xarkibury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing when there Is fo little dltlerinoo In of high grade readynude suits and a suit mndo to jonr tailor elhave hnndsomellne experienced HprlrtR Ind- 8uDmer goods I can mnke from n low price business suit to tho tined dress suit Alto overcoats trousers end fancy vests The IOmpnn ruproseut Is one of the bet H U KUPLEY the Tailor LAND FOR SALE I iiores of flue fanning wmellrrlntll61 from Idinemttvr on Ijoxlngton plk itlwiit in acre In town llm 1U About wrln cultivation rest In m All under good fiurtunil has plenty of neverfulling water IHvelilns hunts Iood nnd tins all iiertKgiiry outbuildings O5Aealn glvn for s tiding perpo ua this Yalland dwelling tlrst or year This farm should Iw wrote be appreciated Hluce tho city council Is enforcing the bonds In the vicinity of lAUU aster luiKudvniiceil nip Idly in prlr and property Is In ijniit lioiimiul W Moss administrator NOM Lancaster KY eI 1eC1a y Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlory Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 187 tome Phone U J L Beazley 8 Co Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They will excharigo Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right 9fANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT S M Owens has 45 acres of wheat big enough to graze Frank Martin bought of P P Tuttle a bunch of hogs at Gc Lee Rankin bought hero yesterday 2 760pound cattle nt 3c J P Hamilton of Pulaski disposed of 130 cattle hero yesterday John S Murphy sold to Mr Allen of Garrard 25 1000 pound cattle at 4c Mns W 0 McRoberts sold to Jc Spears a black Berkshire gilt with seven pigs for 22 A J Gooch sold to J R Beazley and II C Wray a threeyearold geldin by Pence for 225 FOR SALEFour good sugar mules and four good feeding cattle S M Owens McKinney LOSTRed heifer muley two year old white under belly Reward Clarence Hays Maywood Luther Uunder wood Son sold to R Cobb of Boyle a pair of threeyear- old mare mules for j00 Hawkins R Thurmond have 31 year ling mules for sale There are 22 mares and all are smooth and goode Miss Mattie Tribblo has rented hoi farm to James Eads of Wayne county we are informed The price is private Nutboy won the Transylvania at Lexington Friday in straight heats Best time 2071 Emboy was second and Mack Mack third The Boyle county farmers organize an institute with W W Johnson president John E McConnell vice president and Dudley E Bryant Secretary treasurer Sanders Norton handled 1UOOO lambs and 5000 stock ewes this season During the past three or four years they had lost 3000 or 10000 on sheep but it is said this year they made up their previous losses This firm has shipped over 100000 worth of stockout of tho county this year Harrodsburg HeraldSTANFORD CURTA good crowd attended court yesterday and cattle were on hand by the hundreds There were a number of sales good 800 to 1 000pound cattle bringing 3A to Sic Butcher stuff was dull at 2 to 2c Mules were in demand A number changed hands at 125 to 175 Mule colts were high Bruisesand Burns By applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds bruises burns and like In juries before intlammntlon sets in they may be healed without maturation and in about onethird the time requiredby the old treatment This is the great est discovery and triumph of modern surgery Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an antiseptic and when applied to such Injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays the plain and soreness and prevents any danger of blood poisoning Keep n bottle of Pain Halm in your homo and it will save you time and money not to men tion tho inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail For sale by Stanford Drug Co It is believed that the disarmament of the Cuban rebels cannot be successfully completed until the volunteers or ganized by the Cuban Government are paid off disarmed and disbanded This is the position taken by the rebel com manders and the provisional Govern ment is disposed to yield to the demand In some quarters the insur gents are concealing their weapons Gov Taft said that he had no in tention of turning back any portion of the expedition of 5500 regular troops ordered to Cuba He feels that this number is needed as a precaution against future trouble Although he lots not pay serious attention to the rumors of opposition to the disarmament of the insurgents he says that the troops will be sufficient to fullygar rison the towns and will establish confidence amoung the disbanded insurgents that they will not be imposed on jy the municipal police or rural guards Danger from the Plague Theres Bravo danger from the ilaguo of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unless you take Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump ion Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo rValls Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where coughs And colds prevail flnd It quickly ends them It prevents ncnmonla cures LaGrlppe gives onderful relief In Asthma and Hay ever and makes weak lungs strong nough to ward Oil Consumption toughs and Colds TOo and SI Guar nteed by Pennys Dryg Store Stan forlI and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Irlal bottle free Bonta Bros sold 32 yearling mare mules to Tennessee parties at 14750 each Also sold to the sames parties a old harness maro for 140 arrodsburg Democrat CORNS CORED Corn Exit will positively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and- we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction I A bottle or- this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Here and There Clay City went wet Saturday 11 votesAn enthusiastic Beckham club has been organized in Scott county According to a stat nient by the Pacahontas Collieries Company the total death list as a result of the West Fork Mine disaster is 35 Extensive mountain fires in the Sat Fernando watershed 25 to 45 mites from Los Angeles have been raging since early Friday morning Senator Foraker of Ohio Senator Beveridge of Indiana and Congress men Longworth and Goebel spoke at the opening of the Ohio Republican campaign in Cincinnati Saturday night W J Bryan in an address at Kearney Neb said that he was having a hart time keeping out of tho way of Roose velt who is now advocating tho re IJudgeKentucky district is tipped to succeed Federal Circuit Judge Lurton if the latter is named to the supremo bench Internal Revenue Collector Ycrkes is mentioned for Cochrans place A Card This is to certify that all druggists arc authorized to refund your money if Foloys Honey and Tar fouls to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals tho lungs und prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe cough und prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine Is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store PRACTICAL POLITICS He made u fine oration In fact twas simply great Imploring every voter To save tho Ship of State He showed the mists and dangers In words both strong and pat But when the speech was ended It fell extremely flat The other fellow followed Success was quick to see Ills brief address so stirring Was just Have one on me Twas only human nature While going through the fog The eighty million sailors Were hankering for grog Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which Is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove all pots onous germs from the system and In fuse new life and vigor cure sour stomach nausea headache dizziness and colic without griping or discom fort 25o Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Evangelist James W Zachary mana ger of National prohibitory Federation with headquarters at Lexington has been nominated for Prohibition candi date for Congress in the Seventh dis trict and has begun an active campaign A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman Is quickly out of pain if Bucklens Arnica Salvo Is applied promptly G J Welch of Tekonslm high saysnI use U in my monthly for outs sores and all skin Injuries nnd find It perfect1 Quick est Pile cure known Boat healing solo made 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bro Crab Orchard PARKERS HAIR Clnnici bnunintt IM hilr a lniuiiit gnn- TNvr Palls to He tore stray Hair to 1U Youthful Cwco na laJIIDi tfcrdIat IruUtS FOR SALE I My farm ol about IIcrl KlinllttsNorth of Himonvlll on liunvllle pike FIhuly- wiittlrYitleat of It f St acre ready for wlittnt Vnnt to sell lit unro Will wll corn uiiil hiiy crop with ntnci If tukiMi In tint noxt ilitvn JONtIMoruluiul Ky OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Konnrrly WlilloiMIII linn men thoroughly runoviitiil iitul Is the lx st IIlIurllwIl11ctt now In lie condition to innkr Ctnloni Krlmllng done on and Krlclny KrluU for tho toll is formt live me n w HHXITII rroiOruboYrhur Ky FARMFORJ3ALEI Tho form of tho late John W Pnlmor la mul the will take dedritIonuns tied M In Unrmril county tImnen1olnt loiivvllon tin lUchiiioiul tor pike mul In In it lili hHtiitvof culttvnttoi Any one having claims iignlnst sold Ill tm rat tnto will thvni to mo or lilY attorney I I Wiilkvr pruiwrly iiruvttn J W 1AIMKII Hxooulor Blue Grass Farm For Sale I ills ro to toll prlvntely my farm of liG inn III till Wont End fronting on till llhick ilko und two miles from Huntonvlllt Furl In In excellent state of cultlvatloi Improvviiiontiiliirluiloit gmxl residence c sixrootiqtutu In go KlromlrtwotiitniBoo itock barns In iplotidld condliloi Kiinn hits iiuvtrfiillliiK wider Astern lit rot Idiiieo nnd Ixirn Farm will Iw sold on ens tornn Hug or write to me nt Htnnford or McKlnnoy Ky II O HAUdllMAN FARM FOR SALE I Ilocatetl offer for snitp farm of tt ncn n miles county Wott of Nlcholinvlllo III THUIIMDAVOOT ISIIdrt The Inml Is In it high slide of cultlvtitloi ruiinliin witter eiitlrw length of farm tilt Improvtinotitxiiiti two tuniint huy tottockUirni two lolNivco barnsn goal roni npiir thuchurolies stores unit turn 111111TJItIAonIlllnllI hodayiasrrn6Jkrvent f Inlundonthu de- fornrl IIIImDh and lean rvtnliusl on Inuit At arum tliiiv will sell n lot of stock crop laid In rutlog linploiii nt Any iinu wHhliii toee fnrni anti comn to Nleliolnivllli nnd call mo by phone 0 ITUOITTMAX Nlcholuvlll Ky PUBLIC SALE I tiletroutW K UNKHDAh0UT11 ITho following dMnorlliwI pmiierty Orel heating ntov parlor organ I tad rare auto I couch lewlnit innclilne I rocklni chair nnd other furniture dining lot of dlhl ami kitchen furniture tlhl1 j wagon linriioM wlient drill corn planter check rower born speller I cutting Un rornoriuUer I plow I cultivator Illit- hRrrowlmoothllllt harrow s double ahoy el plows fnw lIr and it number of olhlrItunning Implement I good work IIInre1ullllhlvlnrgur lot of shingle etc ItoRsTurins on day of wile Hile will sgln promptly nt BoVlock J HIXMAMAN 11 rivi roilie Kf Col J IOhiinilltirAuot Notice of Election Hegiiliir April form teal Mnruln County deal Court met purinnnt to ItuuI runcol this April 4 list Hon I Vnr ron Judge jin ldlng with the followlnujm liHviuf iho IICI tuwlt l It tdntus1V- ulIllmr stud W U Wnllln It wnauovelbqy Justice W M Duddemr axI W It Wnllln thnt he following nctlon In taken tie thU courts Thin greed Jury of llnroln county nt the nut term of the llnroln circuit court line recommended n now courtliouiu fur Incoln county nnd It appearing to till Mil faction of this court that tin courthoUHi tow In use In UnMlrlllIIlllllllolUIIIllIr lUbllc convenience nnd the prv orvntlon or lhIIIIIIC rxconU It li nnteml nod ududK MItmtlhishill of IKJIIIssuggoIerlnthr- nun neerauiry to build n now court huu s pal It U further onlervd that scversIvotin- mriuetah IMll opened at t lie i Lincoln county on the till dny tlf iovemlKrr1111lhudny of the neat ml election nt which the allllrulrlnt1nllilaae shall b egui voters of Lincoln foiinty for thtilr up vnl or rejection TIlt sherllt of Lincoln county Udlroetudto ulvertlM snhl vleetlon for nt least in thY text ln ron the day ultnor In the l Tn Sinn JOTHNAI newsimper being the oMit iewipiiNr pulillshml In Lincoln county ami iheolllcers of mi III ilecllon ore dlmtlHl In mid the election istwemti the Mtme hour must th ore to hold nlectloiM fu- rottnlymcerswhiehclrlloahullls hnlil mil conducteil In nIoctlll tills- 411t01it he guneml election lows In furon In the time the Mime It held Tile clerk of the Lincoln county coiirtuhnll KIIM to lie printed on the oHlrlal luillots to jeutMl In wild election the wonU stud tig ams Are ou In fnvorof nil nppruprinllo- af uiforlrtillillimniiewcourthouw far- Iuuulncuuut7st1klhavetwosiauoes upon he right of Mtme one for voters favoring th npliroprlatlon to lie delgunlMl II the tuna W our for volent ol olnlC the iiiiHr prlHtliin to de lKimle l by the word ueud wild clerk liHil l Isl Mild luil lot In all other ieMxcU rwtuln d by Buc lJIU of the Kentueky HtnUilra Jn the event ivinliill nuinliwr nl egHl voter of Lincoln rounly volt In favor it wed npproiirliitlon 11 i ordervd that thl ourl euuer the Inds of IliMoln Bounty to he amount of IHVntto tv prepnrwlexofiit IIIIH iMtietl on forms umler Itn enl of theroultl11s the tin Jdlng Jmle of tf1JnrolneoilntyCohn and b llIh the clerk of said court Miyiible toisrtrr nt Lincoln meaty Xn lonal llanli of Htnnfonl Ky 3 years from thlIllh of wane with the option of xiyltu nine In It yearn from date tIt4 hall out liear it grvater rat of Intewnt tlniD ier cent lIlIum femCnnntMt NtunrnnluheflitaKind slunetl tiv the clerk of the mud court field iKiiuU xlinll lm Ixaueil In rnumihilt ions of tau The tiyssi and nays Ore cnlleil on ald motion lieu miniu was uiianlnioul Ill of the JUICI vot 111 stun niimelv Instlcen li U Adams W M JUlllhrnr tins W li Wnllln Ulng u uurunl of this 1sly- AtnpAtlul 1111 IHMJlKH KlmiilCocrt Jly K 1unnlngton O Notice U hureht thnt In olnillence to nhstvtinier of tho Lincoln county Klicnl ourt mlopte April which order la ado of UiU notice by rltfenlIe1In Irctlon will Ist held nnd n OM till several voting of Llnroln ounty on the nth uin of XoviinlxT Iw for tho purpt of mibmlUltig to the legal oleo of Lincoln conlllrtilt proiHnltlon holier or not the shall loop- ruprhntettforthnpurpaof building n now which clue UOII will bo hold In nil rosiccls as rtNiulrwl lIy Inw mill stud order T J 11111- t Hherltf Lincoln Uounty Say dont you think his Shower Bath would be fine on a hot Summer day I would ike to give you figures on a bath room omplete Hot and cold water put in your lountry home at 100 to 500 Satisfaction guaranteed S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber OWING TO TilE IN CREASE In our Business thu Demon lor JlighOrado Good we have Bought tho Famous Griffon Brand Clothes for the Fall and Win ter 906and 1907 The Models of which nrti ready for your Iiifpcction at Sam Robinson text Door to tIle Liniolii Cotm ty National Jlnnk Stanford Kentucky IMnUan Durb UrrlWi tlllaob Curod br ZEMO After Flt Yn Torture WHY SUFFERTHE TORTURE OF ECZEMA OR ANY SKIN DISEASE WHEN THIS GOOD MEDICINE +ZEMO + HAS NEVER FAILED TO CURE K W host MtWCtx n 81 Loot MoIIAknusra lu Mar mil liKAH SINS Ikunnt that need mr arms if not sty life I 111141111 all aaSeren tntu oissna Shat four rualeednNdid fur has I1e5uig7NnfiveratOf UCCf faN of lehor etitnia or hutS ar j I trttdbi dllf etry eczema wen could bear ot nboui ref TM duet ins soras and res to m ntra Arm bd 1woolssmanlualidandNanandwarlasipart- ollhtima Albasesnittsmgbtal ant t lb Uebln and trax loimpiote snug seeks andonedstibs0114haddiapIsrf ie m arms re ba4INnslderlu ZHMD notbin abort ot n nlrmrlo 11Iadl tnsvir a inqnirl ft V I tod mxuurarnUZKMO tosll itraoniiuCrnntf front IvWl rflGVCf4U J3AI V aoylkWittUauuatata Vouis OUAIIANTIID AND BOLD BY feam PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD I Imvo just received u BIG LOT of the nlxivv stoves nnd uin now ready to furnish you 0110 nt u reasonable figure xJ GEOftCBH FARRIS The Bride Will Rejoice At tho presents she receive no jnntter what they may be or where they came from lint if you wish to bo euro that your ollcring willreceive the mlmiring attention of everybody get il at n jewelry store Then you uro SUHE to ho right You CANT go wrong by giving jewelry And you CANT go wrong if you get it here Everything we show you would do credit to your judgment and good taste Wo can interest you nt n dollar or so or M high itS you care to go ix figuresAlways trust to us to have the right goods E H MURRAY The Jeweler Danville YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars arid Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGISTI PEKSONAL supervision given to nil Prescriptions compounded