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C p THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 12 1900 NO 60 COV J C W fQECKHAM- He I will speak In Stanford on Tuesday afternoon next Oct 1 6that 130 You should take advantage of the of p6ttunily to hear him Herkimer James tho scientist was r talking in New York about tho bill of 125000 that Dr Frank Billings presented to the Marshall Field estate for eovj- erat lionaire days treatment of tho dead mil It seems a big fee said Irof James It comes to moro than 3GOO a day doesnt It 7 At that rnto Dr Billings Income would bo n million and a quarter a year Yes it was a big fee but whenever physicians fees seem extortionate I think of n certain famous eye special 1st Doctor it seems to mo that 500 is n big charge for that operation of mine It didnt take you over half a minute My dear sir tho other answered a Oin learning to perform that operation In half a minute I have spoiled over 11 pecks of such eyes as yours II Wounds Bruises and Burns Ily applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds brutes burns and like In juries before Inflammation soU lnlhoy may bt healed without mnturntlon and in about onethird the time required by tho old treatment This Is thu great est discovery and triumph of modern surgery Chamberlains Pain Hahn UClA on thU namo prlnciplo It Is an antlseptli and wlwn applied to such Injuries causes them to heal Very quickly It also allays the pain and HoroneM and prevent tray danger of rNblood poisoning Keep a boltlo of Pain Hahn In your home and It will save you tlmo and manu not to men tion the inconvenience and sulfuring suih injuries ontull For ssle by Stanford Drug Co In a Bj coch on lorace question n Lagrange Ga Govclcct Hoko Smith said that but for tho 14th amendment Negroes would be restricted In Georgia ai are tho Indians by tho National gov 4Ho advocated stricter va grancy said the blacks should be taught that honest labor on their part Is more Important than knowledge acquired from books Pay your subscription When It falls due For the poor editors Pleasures are few Hand him a dollar Boost him a bit Then you will see him Fall in n fit CORNS CURED Corn Exit will posi tlvely remove corns in four days The treatment Is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every customer whose corns arc not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 16 cents and nothing if a perfect cure Is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky 4 Tho Kentucky State Development convention convened in its fifth annual session at Winchester Wednesday with the lIon William Lindsay as chairman The session will continue three days Addresses are being delivered by prominent men from all over tho country HON HARVEY HEtS Under a good picture of tho gentleman the Louisville Times prints the followingThu Harvey Helm of Stanford democratic nominee for Congress in tho Eighth Kentucky district is one of the bentknown lawyers at the Lincoln county bar Ho is admirably equipped to represent the people of tho Proud Old Eighth in the Federal Congress being a speaker of force and ability and thoroughly acquainted with their needs Of commanding presence ho would at tract attention in any company and will easily rank with the biggest men in the next Congress Mr Helm has served as county at torney of Lincoln county and in this peg sition made n most creditable record In 1900 ho was one of the delegates from the Eighth district to tho democratic National Convention at Kansas City Mo and in tho subsequent cam paign and in fact all others since he at trained his majority he stumped tilt dis trict and made speeches for the suc ems of the democratic ticket Entering tho race for tho Demo cratic nomination at a late hour he made a winning race from tho outset and when tho time limit expired he was tho only candidate remaining in the field being declared the Democratic standard bearer by the unanimous vote of the committee Ho is making an active canvass of tho district speaking in every county and his election on November 6 to a scat in the national legislative halls M assured by an In creased majority as no soro spots exist in any section of the district and every Democrat is at work for the success of tho ticket Nothing to Fear Mothers need have no hesitancy In continuing to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy to thoir little ones as It contains absolutely nothing loin rious Tills remedy U not only tier featly safe to give small children but Is medicine of great worth and mer It It has u worldwide reputation for Its cures of coughs colds and croup and can always be rolled upon For sale by Stanford Drug Co In the presence of of the South Euclid in Cleveland Har ry Smith shot and killed Miss Mary Shepherd a teacher who had refused to marry him When about to bo ar rested at his home two hours later Smith shot himself through tho head dying instantly Foloys Honey and Tar cures tho most obstinate coughs and expels tho cold from tho system iiu it Is mildly laxative It Is guaranteed Do not risk taking any but tho genuine In the yellow package Pennys Drug Store The State Printing Commission met in Lexington and while nothing was given out it is understood sweeping changes may bo suggested even to repealing certala laws governing tho matterThe session of the I 00 F Grand of Kentucky ended Wednesday at Harrodsburg Officers were elected and Georgetown was decided upon as the next meeting place NEWS NOTES The wets carried Meade county by 100 Two men were killed and five were injured by the explosion of a threshing machine on a farm near Now Richmond Wis Dr Frank Brouwer is on trial tIToms River N J on tho charge otI murdering his wife by administering poison and ground glass Much legal argument and little actual progress marked tho hearing of the Standard Oil case on the second day of the proceedings at Findlay O Allan Parker defaulting cashier of a national bank at Tullahoma Tenn was sentenced to five years In prison in the Federal Court at Nashville- In Woodford tho wets have filed a notice of contest before acting County Judge CrutchorIn the absence of Judge Wilhoit of tho election held on the 20th lastWhile lighting a lire in tho tenement district of Evansville which caused a damage of 800 four firemen were in jured Capt James Fitzwllliams was fatally hurt Two children of William King died at Munfordaville from eating toadstools which they thought were mushrooms Tho mother and another child wore ill but recovered Five Ohio bridge companies have surrendered their charters as n result of the ouster suits filed by Attorney General Ellis All the other companies ex cept one have left the State Cotton mill agents in Rhode Island complain of a scarcity of help and as sert that in this respect the increase in wages granted early last summer did not have the beneficial result expected Alexander Champion a Negro bar tender was shot dead in a saloon at Argenta Ark it is alleged by Luther Lindsay son of the man killed by No grooe lost Saturday night The dead man U said to have made remarks about the Lindsays The annual report of the Illinois Cen tral railroad for tho calendar year end ing June 10 shows gross receipts from traffic of 61036400 and expenses ofI operation and taxes amounting to 36 437GOO leaving u not income from traf tic above the cost of operation and tax es of 16193900 As the result of n joke on his wife Charles Smith mayor of tho little town of Brooklyn W Va is hclicvd to be dying and Mrs Smith is also fatally wounded Smith had a man dressed up as a woman and called him out to the gate Mrs Smith maddened by jeal ousy shot her husband through the stomach and lung and then shot her selfPresident Charles A Peabody of tho Mutual Life Insurance Co of New York who was requested by State Commissioner of Insurance Henry R Prewitt to appear in Frankfort and show reasons for the removal of Col Illscoc Hindman agent for the compa ny In this State has wired the commissioner that he will be unable to appear before him on Saturday next tho date fixed and Commissioner Prewitt has set Oct 1620 for tho hearing Peabo dy says he will be on hand then Coy Luke P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthro pist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper ient known to the medical profession and will cure moro diseases than any one remedy I hove ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores That was a tenderhearted young lady that stopped and spoke to me af ter tho services today observed the rector She seemed to be filled with sympathy for tho farmers for she ask ed me to pray for rain Who That Vibbcrs girl asked the rectors wife If she isnt the hy pocritd Why I saw her buying fancy silk hosiery at a bargain sale yester day And she wants you to pray for rain IDetroit Free Press Sick Headache Cured Sick headache Is caused by derange meet of the stomach and by indiges tion Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets correct these disorders and effect a cure By taking these tablets as soon as the first Indication of tho disease appears the attack maybe warded olT Oct a free sample and try them For sale by Stanford Drug Co I would think1 said the reporter that the people would like to know how you managed to live to such a great aleII perseverance replied the cen- tenarllln on livin Henry E Jones of Tampa Fla writes I can thank God for my present health due to Foleys Kidney Cure It Is a pleasure to recommend- It those needing a kidney medicine Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE F M Sims of Olympian Springs has sold his Green River bottom farm to Sam Bell at a good price Mr Sims will use the means to Increase his hotel and bath room accommodations Tho healthy financial condition of our end of Lincoln county is shown by the depositS In our two banks which amount to fully 150000 The deposits in our National Bank are up to their standard while tho Peoples Bank continues to increase by getting business from territory that formerly did business elsewhereIs SIGHT FAILING The most precious of the five senses eyesight is too often neglected until everlastingly beyond recovery If your eyes burn smart botomo red or ache they are sounding a note of alarm Go to an oculist of acknowledged ability Dr G Goldstein of Louisville will be at tho Weatherford Hotel Hustonville today and tomorrow Saturday The music lovers and students of this vicinity and there are many are to bo congratulated upon securing the ser vices of Miss Clare hero of Cincinnati Conservatory as teacher of piano at the graded school Her admirable methods with her largo class evidences the deserved success which she enjoys Her renditions have that unmistakable clement of universal appeal to tho mu sical eouls that hear her Her class is making remarkable progress in fact much better than with any former teacher here It Is announced that the government will look more carefully to the enforce ment of its rule regarding the roads over which rural free delivery is estab lished Tho present requirement is Roads traversed shall be kept in good condition for comfortable travel and unobstructed by gates and unbridgcd creeks not fordable at any season of the yrar IITho government has decided that unless the roads traveled by the carriers are properly maintained the service will be withdrawn from all or from that part not kept in proper condition The postofTice department now calls on tho carriers of which there are 645 in Kentucky for reports on their roads and will stop tho service where the highways in question are bad MATRIMONIAL Dr William Wait and Miss Daisy Soule popular young people of Somer set were married Wednesday They loft immediately for Indian Territory where they will locate Mr and Mrs John B Foster have issued invitations to the celebration of the 20th anniversary of their marriage It will occur at their beautiful home on Knob Lick pike from 8 to 12 Friday Oct 19th It promises to be not only a delightful occasion but a very swell oneMr Jones Adams Baughman of lies tonville and Miss Ada Cunningham of the Rolling Fork section were married in Danville Wednesday morning Rev T 11 Coleman of the Baptist church officiating They left at once for a Southern tour including Atlanta and a number of other cities They will bo gone some two weeks and on their re turn will be at home to their friends at Moreland Mr Baughman is the eld est son of Mr John K Baughman and is a prosperous and industrious farmer He has lots of friends allover the coun ty who are awaiting his return that they may congratulate him on the jew el ho has won His bride is the charm ing daughter of Mr and Mrs George J Cunningham and is not only an ex ceedingly handsome young woman but is highly accomplished and very popu lar Truly can it be said of her that those who knowhcr best love her most We join their hosts of friends in wish ling the popular young couple all tho pleasures that cnn come to a happily married pair Mr Baughman told us Sunday last of his matrimonial inten tions but asked us to withhold mention of it until todays paper 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 bottle of Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents It will intro every member of tho family of constipation sick headache or stom ach trouble Pennys Drug Store Tho TenantSay night the rain came through tho roof and gave me a regular shower bath You ought to do something The Landlord What do you expect mo to dot Give you soap and towels 7 Brooklyn Eagle Snow fell in all sections of Kentucky Wednesday but the flakes were scat tering and the fall was everywhere light The day was unseasonably cold throughout the State and in many sec Lions of the country the October temperature record was broken Richard Bell of Paducah was wounded by a Negro tenant whom he sought to frighten See What we Have to Offer Then Use Your Judgment THE iJ HOPKINS HERMAN MAKE 1whetherW J5 Perkins 1Kentucky iIr We have a few bags Armour Fer tilizer that we will close out at reduc prices to make room for other goods Bone Meal 2650 PerjTon Gram Grower 22 Per Ton Wheat Corn and Oats special 1800 Per Ton Tobacco Grower 25JPer To- nI sse W H HIGGINS 1L Our izontirtil cntnlogiia of Krult iintl muMtiil Vliui TreoK KviTKrown Fruits now Wo no ngciiti but suit to the plnntur- H V HIMKNM YKIl Ky H n I i e A Large Consumer of it is to his interestto consult us before buying have time JI1IU eer tUIJHT1 in Lincoln county It is nicely screened burns sell and will plcnso you Why Not Try a Load WBEBDENHAM Right on Cooking and Heating Stoves at Geo D Hoppers Stanforo Ky Hardware Queensware TinwareGro ceries Field Seeds c All sizes sewer pipe just received Trees Plants Vines IrnulHtmita acla rllbO1l1lllll1cutlOIl employ direct A RON- Hloxlnvtoll Coal will find We most complete Hi Coal Sample tos Prices NOTICE I Lincoln Circuit Court O D Kluninco us ndmfIlnlnUIl leo II l ittonsliulrs tcanf ntliint Order ltttlIillllnslIIproven on or hlroro Nov las t InllllS not willotGliO B SAUFLEY II C L 0 0 r t The Interior Journal E C WALTON IIIoonnty subject to thu notion of the Dvuio ratio party JT ROBERTS Is ft candidate for MiiRtntrnte In the Oral Urclmnl Mnglttcrliil DUtrlct subject to tin action of the democratic party Democratic Ticket For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county TUAT William Randolph Hearst is n catchy speaker no one will deny after reading the following excerpt from one of his speeches in New York City I feel sure that I could have been more I popular with my fellow newspaper proprietors if when invited I had been willing to enter into trust with them to raise tho rates to advertisers and keep down the wages of employ Just think of the thousands of mer chants and working men that will pon der over this statement The mer chants know Mr Hearsts paper has the circulation and his low advertising Ii rates will catch them the working men iwill tumble at once to what ho says r u good wages ALL known Democrats who will bo legal voters on the 6th day of Novem ber 1906 and who have registered as Democrats in precincts where regis tration is required by law and who shall have first voted in the general i election held upon said day for a mem her of Congress shall bo entitled to vote in said primary The Executive 1 committee decided not to compel the quesIcratic nominee for Congress 9 The change will more than likely cause the I democratic nominees for Congress to lose some votes of the grounds the newI 1EXCLUSIVE Pa cost 13 cost of the capitol at Washington which covers four acres was a little over 13000000 The cost of the Congressional Library cover- ingf 33 acres and undoubtedly the finest t structure in the country with all its beautiful adornments including 585 000 paid for the site was 6032125 There is no comparison between the Pennsylvania building and the other fe two in beauty and cost Charges of graft seem to be well founded and the whole State is rising in arms over the f colossal steal i IN the drawing for positions on 1 ballot before the subcommittee yester- dayt at Louisville Little Miss Virginia i Hayes of that city drew the names outof the hat as follows For Gov ernor N B Hays first S W linger second Senator J C W Beckham first J B McCreary second Attorney General J K Hendrick first Lillard Carter second Commissioner of Agri culture R C Crenshaw first J W Newman second Superintendent M 0 Winfrey first E A Gullion second THERE is nothing so often overestimated as a mans wealth ACMe in point is that of Senator Gorman of Maryland His wealth was variously estimated at from 3000000 to 20 030000 Coming down to facts the in ventory of his personal estate reaches only 612406 And now people are greatlysurprised as usual Itgeneral ly happens that the richer a man is reputed to be the greater is the ex aggeration There are few exceptions to the rule TilE friends of Senator McCreary are seemingly giving themselves more con cern about the letter one Noel Gaines charges that Percy Haly wrote to Judge Lassing than Gov Beckhams followers arc The latter are willing to wait and see whether the letter is ar forgery or genuine the former accept it as true as they do the report that the governor is not only a drunkard but un kind and inhuman to his family Gov is charged b his political enemies and others with almost every crime save murder will speak here at 130 next Tuesday after 1noon 16th Come and see if you think the silly charges against him are true Whether you are frr him it matters not He is a speaker and the time will be pleasantly and perhaps f profitably spent THOMAS W LAWSON says nothing barring a miracle can prevent the- election of Hearst So mote POLITICAL I Dr W of Barbourville will be a candidatetor Railroad Com missionerA to complete work on the i Panama canal by has finally l t been reached the commission in charge of the undertaking An executive order putting the 1100 deputy collectors of revenue under civil service regulations is ex pected to be made by Jan Senator McCreary accompanied bY a band arrived this of the first snow of the season A big crowd was in town to hear him a f dispatch from Williamstown One would infer from the dispatch that Mr Mc Creary carries o r than chin t music duruHC his campaign I wac w Kinctoscope pictures of William It Hearst and phonografic reproduction of his speeches are to be sent to rural communities in New York State where Mr Hearst will be unable to appear ii S Adair was nominated by the KentuckyI the ballot Gen J Franklin Bell is to command the American military forces in Cuba Gen Funston will leave Saturday with Secretaries Taft and Bacon and the affairs of Cuba will be left in control of Gov Magoon and Gen Bell Senator J W Bailey has made a proposition to the Attorney General of Texas to assist him in representing the State in the matter of prosecuting the WatersPierce Oil Company as part of the Standard Oil Company Senator McCreary said in one of his speeches that if Gov Beckham was elected to the United States Senate ho is so young he would have no one to play with To which Gov Beckham respondedif the Senator had played less and worked more ho would have a better account to give of his service The treat seems to be on the Senator Frankfort Journal IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Cabell Hugueley brother of J T Hugueley of Boyle is dead at Hender seville N C Joe Bennett whose home was near Barbourville was killed in the Bennett mines on Brush Creek The Woodstock Wnynesburg Tele phone Company Pulaski county 1 000 capital stock has beer ncorporatcd Mack Semons fell from hia wagon be tween Burgin and Harrodsburg and was run over by the wheels and killed The scat slipped with him M W Testaman of Brodhead has bought the grocery stock of J A Gregory and will conduct the bust ness at the old standLondon local B W Allin has been elected presi dent and George W Edwards cashier of the new State Bank and Trust Company at Harrodsburg Capital 50000 The Kentucky Grand Lodge I 00- F convened in Harrodsburg with 480 delegates present A class of 300 had the Grand Lodge degree conferred upon them the first night- C B McManus who lately resigned as general superintendent of the Southern railway at Washington D C has purchased a half interest in the coal mines operated by the Manring Coal Exchange at Middlesboro Mr Mc Manus paid 100000 for his interest The county judge of Whitley county in response to a petition bearing the names of 1700 voters of Whitley county has called a local option election to be held Dec 6 It is reported that the saloon interests will not put up any fight An election on the same ques tion will be held in Clay county Dec 3 There are now about 300 machanics employed in the new Q C shops which opened recently Many more arriving daily and it is no trouble to get work as the shops need about seven or eight hundred more men Good wages are being paid and many more are expected this monthSomer- set Journal CHURCH MATTERS Dr McDonald will preach at Walnut Flat at 7 P M next Saturday and 11 A M Sunday Rev S B Lander of Louisville will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday at 11 A if Rev A S Moffett of Lebanon was chosen Moderator of the Kentucky Synod of the Southern Presbyterian church in session at Henderson Rev 0 M Huey has returned from Millersburg where ho has been hold ing a protracted meeting Rev O P McMahan is holding a protracted meet ing at Science Hill Somerset Jour nal THE semiannual meeting of the Christian churches of Lincoln county will be held at Mt Olive church five miles southwest of Crab Orchard on the Ottenheim road Saturday Oct 20 The program is as follows 10 A M Devotional exercises 1020AddressJ A Carr 1040AddressGeo W Mills 11 Address Joseph Ballou 1120 Evangelists reportJ G Livingston 1140 Reports from churches 12 Dinner 1 p M Devotional exercisesWH Rogers 120 Address P M Tinder 150 Address J Q Montgomery 220 Address L M Omer 250 Election of officers- P W CARTER chmn AN ODD SlIowThe fatuous Broth ers Royer Next Door Co is without a doubt the queerest combination of its kind in America The piece is odd the scenery is odd and the cast includes the most famous clowns in America such as Lon Moore Shorty Maynard Sydney Sheparo James Royers and Archie Royer All five have played clown for Walter E Main Barnum Bailey Ringling Bros and the great Wallace Show for the past 10 years They should certainly keep thinKs moV- ing at a lively pace in Next Door At Waltons Opera House Tursday evening next 18tC J L iJ l Here and There Hazing has disappeared at the Unit ed States Military Academy accord superlnIpublicIteered to aid the Attorney General of Texas in tho prosecution of the Wa tcrsPierce Oil Company as part of tht Standard Oil Company tA Young father at 70 mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of intens suffering from dyspepsia had enUrely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Bitters which have completely cured her and restored the strength nod activity she had In the prime bf life II writes Mrs W L Gllpntrlck of Danforth Mo Greatest restoration medicine on lho globe Sets Stomach Liver and Kid neys right purifies tho blood and cures Malaria Biliousness and Weak ness Wonderful Norvo Tonic Price 50o Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard COOKS GUARANTEE CURE Horn Ktmvln blooil ipnvln cupped hock ttndawrenythoruughpln JOHN LOOK Htnnfonl Ky Wheat Land for Rent About nvrcc milt from courthomo half milt from unuktl School Klrstclius clstrrn nml nil nrvtnuarv outbuilding I lootpond M ncns for xhtml liiml rest In gnus Apply to Mrs U M UoodknlKht Htnnfonl nt sirs W U Withers on Dniivllle mreet GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Vliy buy rondynuulf clothliiR when tlicre It to uttletllnVrencv the price of ready rand suits n ml u suit made to your iiHnsun taken hy un exiMTlrncetl idiom I unvo n hnndoinu lint of Full And Winter soodi I ciin innkv from n low price l ii lin milt to tho llncsttlrii xnlt Onreuall Troul vrmind Kiiney Vtlt Tho coni nny I rep nrut Is tecontl to none O nu ILta TnUogMtanfunl Blue Grass Farm for Sale I I with to ell m fnrin 84 inllfn WIt of illuitonvlllel mill from plku anti Unrpun- turV Htutlon runsltingor 4 acres of rich blue gnus IIIP or tolucco puud nil In grass Thin tarn cnn Iw equnlly divided to iidvontnge so in to huvon good dwelling on oulhlllldlllgiThoangle In Inner There lire thnu stock barn good tolmcco born I table houso gootl vnterln every Ixmeting prangs with ktrviiiim running through wholu truck J 8TKKLK OAIirKNTKIt 1I1IItollII K- yPOSTED IIrletl1forllllipausing on our plncvs and will prosecute vi olntors to the full extent of the Inw- Kred VonOruenlgnn Itelcheiiluich Drug VonOruenlgauKredK ItclchvnUich Joseph llnllon AU Dunn MJ Hofinnnn- MriMUnyd nWelchM D Klmon- Dnvld Htepheua Alary Hollnmun KnughmnnChrlitlnnJacob JoMWiln Hum Dnnieroi Mrs MJ Ashlock O O lover Knd llundorf MrsMlViulIt- W L Uordler J Nevln Unrtc PUBLIC SALE having rented out my fnrmnnd decided to quit funning I will on- TIIUItMDAYXnisa lies sell my personnl property consisting of one good buggy Inure mute younger mules lung yenrllng I toellrold both IIIUIIIIIIIII hal- fercnlvel lo11et1Ulguabultabranl OWI goal Ueerlng binder t good Uhnmplon mowers nnd one old mower of n let of blacksmith tool lot of old iron Knulvr curt buggy Ohlck rower corll planter I liarlot of corn and sorghum for feed hog box JlearIwagon hurncs I will offer nlwi about big hemp shocks for Mile IDnnlel F Iknty orgnn lot of household unit kitchen fund ture lot of stoves The farm on which this snlu will be mnde Is two miles East of Htnllfordt1I1I1II1lIlIt11 on thedoihen pike alAuct BY SPECIAL REQUEST Dr Goldsteinwillvisit Huston yule Friday ana SaturdayOct 12 and 13Two days only at Weathcrford Hotel The value of perfectly fitted glasses withregard to health can not hoover estimated Their effect upon the nervous system is directand through this indirectly upon the entire organism- A few of the troubles which result directly in this particular are Neu ralgia Sick Headache and Nervous Prostration A sad mistake is made by most people iu putting oil the use of spec tacles too long The old advice Dont hegira specs till you have to has done a world of harm can by straining and squinting and looking sharp go for along time without spectacles but he is sowing the seed of destruction in his eyes Consult Dr Goldstein eyesfreeOffice hours from 10 A M to 3 rat at Weatherford HotelTwo days i only tL tc k PU BLIC SALE I lwillse11ou- MATUIIDAY OT is ices till remnlndrr of my household anti kitchen furniture which ctin li lM thVvu tHsUttiuU with BprliiK iiutttrviMi t innrlilo top vuMi Htnmls hit nick llootlllruMt11 enriivts 2 goat ucntlBit llItMIlIId three of them rockers I cluli tdny inloiulnr clock i mnll tables I loiiniic ta lInll rill vnriHjt 40 yiircU matting nml manyoilier things good and uufiil Thiso things are the It of my nropttrly Made roiiimviicvt lit oclock A u UKlISKN WIIMAMM MvKlnncy Ky yPUBLIC SALE AilmlnUtnitors Hnlc ot- IVrnoimlty I vlll on TUKHDAY Krvislttetat the Into resilient of A M Kcliinil UrciuiHl iitxnU four Mite North of Htimforil on tItllIllIIu TllrIIlkt ratlsell ut public cue tlonto tho hlKlittt liUhlvr this ropurty of hlsvtaUs ttiWlti KlVu deers i hollers 9 calves cows I work hams innroi 3 cnttiik funilly cairlntJV I win fonit hiI chlnv n1 head ot httIlIIllIlot of fn rill Kor nil Mini ot Ito or low liltI and over thnt amount n will of mouth on note with eat security unit Unrliie Intelem irum clntbof unit MAHY O HKIAM d Urn trlx It V n No 1 Htnnfonl Ky To Itcdtieo My Stock o- fSPECdTACLES I will during the mouth of August sell tit n discount nil FRA1ESETCnod give the KIIHC guaroiitco of sat isfaction as before Ollice ever Me Roberts Drug Store 0 to 12 A Mj 130 to 4 v M W N Craig Stanford PUBLIC SALE I of Land Stock Crop Farm Ing Implements and Household Goods I will onVr fur lIlu totho hlghott Mililiron Hill DAY UCTlilHJ on the pnmlM tho Jim 1V ehkrr Clvuni fnrmo L1I IIITPI of hint gnus hind lying III lit 1tost of McKlnm fronting on tilt hike mid tin tlnclnnnll Houthcra ICall rtllll It U well lnq roved good lulxtuntlnl buildings ofnilk111ds11nll well oneI Onu hundnti or moro acres now III grass on nlnimlnnct of iiuvcrlulllnR water At the saline Uim I will soil two ugtsl work inlllf threw good steers twoyvurolil hull cow unduilf vu bushels of wheat In cnrner ncrr of corn In the shock u lot ol fnrmlntf Implement n lot of houtehokl goods and ii grnndliUher I Iocktlllort than UUyrnrioltl tIm tnnn If not Is rented to the hlhtt bidder for tho year ulnas made known on tiny of uiU EIWAhil AIL Anlof J Iilktrkernnd wIlt PUBLIC SALE e Of Land Stock and Crop llndngdecldal toqult farming I wilt on TUUllHDAYOOT IS IIAJ Olftf lilY fnrm of IIJ lucre for wile If not wild privately before ultiuitttl lit iH from McKlnntty on the MiililMmrK pike to the highest hll der Forly here ill cnltlvaUa11 uuiincu In grow The luau ii III u good state 01 cuitlvutiou line htlpruyeliutltl Ulllbt of aU a11i1ltl1l1 hrlck house of six room tipper and lower lieu large ilock Inirn tt loz tnll drlvewny In center ii ml shawl Oft each sltieituoIcisternul the house nud one lit late horn lroom house 8111 nit nee eaur lbo stock consists of blllhtlhrOtKluplendll hnriieM hone by Niilolti milk stock eweK firming Implement of sal l kind MJVll anti ItllV 1wilLt kepteaureillshuwingIhefarmto- nay one wishing to buy Ulon tune to commenw promptly at lu oclock TWWAIUH McKlnney Ky CnptTIFiigllshAuct NOTICE I A Valuable Lincoln Co Hut Grass Farm for Sail On MONDAY XT lime next on the ell nt pui ilo outcry our farmidtniitedonthOl A N Itnllroad nnd the Hlnntord drub Orchnnl pike two mile Roan rut Orchard depot uml h mile from CedurCreek Htntlon known nl the Kphmlni Penatn ton homestend nab contnlnlng About ucrll on which Is ntwomory brick reildence with 0 room old well wntcird- TKIIMH The Iniul will to soil by ale ncre to ascertained by actual survey one third cash In leant romnlnder In pay lIIellti dill In ISitnil 21 months with o per cent interest from Oct IS until pulit Nudes negotlnblo and pnynble In Uneoln Uounty Nntlonnl Ihnk sat A lieu to tw retained for deferred puy nients nil the hind on North wide of rullroud stout IIS ncres wlllbtiollered kepnrnto and then nil Mouth of rnllrond on which Is the brick res idence The fiirm will then bo uttered ns a whole hint bid or lildn offering the highest will bo ncccptcd Hule to begin lit oclock AM Hnlllo Icnnlngton liieit Hlngleton Kpbrnliu Ieiinlngton Jennie Iennlngton helm Ir wrls s I PRESCRIPTIONS I I THREE Honesty THINGS I Accuracy Intelligence are n part of every prescription we fill Tim doctor does 1tncityou a IStanfordDni4 Col I LU L TRUNKS r Zinc JIn 1000 f a suITN11GllSES 1 r r Ladies Japanese Straw Mens Brown and Tan Leather 350 500 700 and 1000 Hand Bags I I 12 14 16 and 18 inches Black or Tan Leather 2 350 5 and 650 i TELhSCOFThSAll i H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY STATIONERY We have just received a new as sortment of Stationery- All the latest styles in Box Paper Tablets and Envelopes itiBox Paper 5c to 100 Tablets 5c to 25 Cents Envelopes 5 and lOc PENNYS DRUG STORE Btnnford Kentucky HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAH FOR ONLY I5O Few people In tbe United State have not heard of the OOur Journal Democratic la all things fair In all things clean In all things U Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we ate enabled to ot fer the WEEKLY COUUIEROUUNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for tbe com blnallonto usaot to the OjarierJoaroal n i Waltons L Opera House Stanford Ky Thursday Oct 18th The famous BROTHERS ROYER t in the now J XHOORM t The greatest Trick Acrobatic Farco Comedy Spectacular In tho World ISEE The Beauty The Tho ChorusIThe Great and the originalIRoyer Brothers A car loaltof startling eilccU Dont miss the greatest laughing show of the season Prices 2Q 50 7fio t t 1 STANKOKD Ky OCT 12 1006r LKT us order you some engraver calling cards everything in tho lutes r styles Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS r Bonn to tho wlfo of Jamos Brady i lonl Mliii J S OWSLKY went to Louts villa Wednesday Mns GeonoE ELY is assisting in tlu telephones exchange Tin MtsftM Mount of Lancaster nera hero yesterday iMita M A HOCKBR has been quit sick for iuwrnl days THOMAS COUIKH of Somerset spent Bovcrnl days with friends here Mil P G WARNim and Miss Maude I Perrin visited friends In Garrard Min J II AICOIIN n guard at Lake land Asylum was hero Wednesday ATTOKNEYH JOHN W BKOWN and C 0 Williams of Mt Vernon were hen yesterday t Mit JAUKSR NUNNELLC left thh I morning for Missouri to travel for soy cral months MRS ANNA VANAR3tAIE oC HarrodibunrU with her daughter Mrs II J McKobcrU- MnsiuMKS S G DICK and A Ad dams of Crab Orchard were here shopping yesterday MESSKS M S ANU J II DAUGHUAN attended the State Development Con vention atWInchesterM- R MR ANU Mns M M SWEENEY returned yesterday from a visit to friends in Illinois and Missouri DR T E TYLER spent several days in Louisvlllo buying Christmas goods for tho Stanford Drug Co MRS WooniES JONES was given a big birthday dinner by her parents in the West End Wednesday MRS 0 F ASHMORE of Peoria III and Miss Alice Lyon of tho West End are with blips Lena Harriett Jon CHANCELLOR who has been down with typhoid fever for eight weeks was able to coma to town yesterday 1Mn IU L WARNER of this place secured a good position in Strauss gents furnishing house at Indianapolis MR GEORGE II KARRIS and family are now keeping house In ono of Mr M D Elmoras cottages on West Main StreetMIt J M HYAN representing the Winkley Artificial Limb Co of Min neapolis was here yesterday with Mr Gee B Cooper MRS LILLIAN BAER of Bamboo Wis and Mrs Florence Hall of Lex ington are with their parents Mr and Mrs J no Bastin MRS MARY BOWMAN and Mrs Forcstus Reid of Manville ares tho guests of Mrs Horace Bowman at the Galt House Courier Journal Miss ETHEL EAUS who has been vis r sting friends and relatives in Wayne county has returned homo accompan ied by her friend Mills Nettle Kelsay of Stcubenvillo MESSRS En WILKINSON B D Car ter J II Woncr and S L Burdott attended tho Grand Lodge meeting of the 100 F at Harrodsburg Tues day and Wednesday DR J G CARPENTER loft for Ow ensboro Tuesday to attend tho meeting of the State Medical Board Ho is down for a paper on First Hour Sur gery and Strangulated Hernia Mug JERRY SMITH and two children cut on taco neck and shoulders Jellico Advance In report of explosion Mrs Smith was Miss Bertie McKinney of the West End of this county ATTORNEY GENERAL N B HAYS Dr and Mrs J H Durham of Bryante vlllc and Mr and Mrs A R Hicks of Olympian Springs have been guests of Mr and Mrs Harry ft Aldridge MRS J R BROOKS and little daugh ter Zilpha who have been visiting t Mrs S E Brooks and family at Crab Orchard loft Wednesday to join tho husband and father at Los Angeles Cal MR AND MRS F J CAMPBELL are spending this week in Lexington and will probably go to Asheville N C If arrangements can bo made to spare u them from tho post of duty for a few weeks rest nnd recuperation Somer set Journal Heros hoping they will and return shortly In health and go spirits Mr Campbell neodsa rest and take one LOCALS GOLD fish 25c each Stanford Green horses i A Supplement ttttr Wo have supplemented our already large stook with recent purchases of the most sought for goose at present We are showing new Plaid Ging hnms 10 to 3Uc Plaid Woolens 25c to 8100 Plaid Silks 7Cc to 8100 New shade of Drown in annum and Broad Cloths New Stripe nod Polka Dot Percales Dozens of other items much in demand and scarce wo have just received and want to show you SEVERANCE SON STANFORD BuLns of all kinds now on sale Stanford Greenhouses Fon SALE Five room cottage onI Whitley Avenue E It Peylon FOR SALR Good scconiMianded pi anti cheap Mrs T A lake Stan ford DIAMONDS In rings in brooches In studs in cult buttons etc at Mu llers1VANTnnTo buy a few shares or First National Bank stock Apply at this office FOR SALE Four wellbred Poland China shoats weight about 60 pounds J A Fates Stanford TIIURB will ho a mooting of tho W C T U with Mrs L M Omerat 330 this Friday afternoon WK now have our fall lino of rug and druggcta in also a lino lino oC rockers Trlbblc Pence PROP andsMissBcrta Jean Ponny wlll furnish the music for Otis Barbco at tho Graded School Auditorium tonight I CORDIALLY invite tho ladles to cal and examine my nice line of milliner before purchasing Mm M E Moore McKinney Ky TUB Ladies Aid Society of tht Presbyterian church will meet this Friday afternoon with Mrs Mary Burch at 2 oclock ALL Crab Orchard Graded School tax not paid by Oct 15 will bo advertised Please call at the bank and settle George Bronaugh collector MRS G B PHUITT of Moreland will have an opening of fall and winter mil hinny next Friday and Saturday Oct 12 and 13 Tho ladies are cordially invited to attend THE postofflcc nt Walnut Flat will bo discontinued Oct 31 Patrons of that office can bo supplied by R F D No1 from this place if they will provide themselves with rural boxes A J CLUB was organized Tuesday with J H Baughmcn pros dent and W H Shanks secretary Tho lectures by the gentlemen sent hero by tho Commissioner of Agricul ture were very much enjoyed Ur in Pennsylvania a mother inlau heard tho marriage vows by telephone 14 miles away If she will keep that distance and only do her talking by telephone we do not see why the couple should not bo very happy says an ex change Gov BECKIIAM COMING Gov Beck ham will address the citizens of this county at Stanford at 130 Tuesday af ternoon the 16th You are cordially invited to hear him whether you favor his candidacy for U S Senator or not Ho is our chief executive and Is entitled to tho largo crowd that wo believe will gather to hear tho distinguished gentle man To TilE TAXPAYERS OK LINCOLN CoUNTyIor one of my deputies will be at the following places next week to collect taxes Mt Salem Tuesday McKinney Wednesday Hus tonville Thursday and Moreland Fri day The penalty of six per cent goes to tho State this year instead of tho sheriff and taxes must be paid before NeV 1 to avoid tho penalty T J Hill sheriff A FORGERY Vhcn enHaly says lie never wrote the letter to Judge Lassing and when Judge Lasslpg says ho never received that letter nor any other letter from Italy in his life there is no proof that can be trumped up and borrowed that will make any body who knows tho two believe any thing than that tho letter is the rankest of forgeries Kentucky State Journal Frankfort FIVE GENERATIONS Mr Cicero Rey lolds of our city seems to belong to a ongllved and prolific family Isis nother who was Miss Sarah W Mc Kenzie is 84 years old ho is 62 years old his oldest son Ex Reynolds is 39 years old Mrs James Brady daughter of Ex Reynolds is 10 years old Mrs Brady has just presented her husband with a fine son Wm Cicero Bra dYeThis makes fivo generations tho family now living It Is Mr Reynolds rood fortune to have with him his good old mother a privilege but few great grandIatbers FINE line of harness and saddles justI In J C McClary IJOR heating stoves go to George II Farris lIes got em HANDSOME China in chocolate sets roses etc at Muellers Fon RnNTMy cottage on Portma Avenue J CMcClary DONT rail to attendhesale of Mr Reuben Williams personalty at Mc Kinney Saturday Till fiscal court was in session yes terdayand allowed a lot of claims They also struck about 16 paupers from tbe just YOUR city taxes duePlease call at Sheriff Hills office and settle Pen nlty goes on Nov R G Jones city marshal DR EDWARD ALCORN will sell the farm stock crop farming implement and household goods of the late Jim Walker Givens near McKinney today DR G GOLDSTEIN the eyospecialist finds that he will have to return her Monday next See him at the St Asaph Hotel if your eyes are troubling you11AGERJudgo S W Hagcr cnndi elate for tho Democratic nomination for governor will speak at Stanford at 130 Wednesday afternoon Oct 24 Come and hear him FRIENDSProf M 0 Winfrei should remember him when they vot in the primary lIe is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction and would make nn excellent one we think IT is reported that some Stanford capitalists are figuring on buying F M Sims Olympian Springs and making an uptodate health resort out of it We believe it would prove a capital Invest mentWANTEDTwo good cooks for hotel at Harrodsburg Good wages Job BI long aa you want It Will take white or colored Write or phone John I Van Arsdall proprietor Commercial Hotel Harrodsburg KySFOR itENTThe comfortable and convenient residence on Logan Avenu known as tho Harris house Largo an commodious and recenMy renovated from collar to garret Possession al once A T and J R Nunnelloy Stanford VEDNEsDAY was all sorts of a day The wind blew considerable snow and the weather was almost as cold ai Christmas Yesterday was clear and cold the thermometer registering ai low as 25 in the morning Pretty coo weather for early fall ROLL OF HONOU for Stanford Graded and High School for September First GradeFrances Embry Minnie Hardin Dewey Kidd Lee Mershon Claiborno C Walton Clarence Single tonSecond GradoNellio Hill Lettie Walker McKinney Matsy Grimes Sa rah Wood Joe T Embry Charles Pen dlcton Ella Rigney Martha Raney Alcne Boone Third Grade Bessie Moore Bessie Pendleton Bessie Brackett Francis Brackett Walter Kidd Lennie Kidd Everett Brock Fourth GradeFred Brackett James Owsley Mary Moore Raney Gertrude Wilkinson Katie Lynn Wood Annie Gray Josephhine Carpenter Mamie Singleton Anna D McRoberts Ethel Brackett Verna Rout Mary Shepherd Cook Docia Hardin Fifth Grade William Grimes Mary 3ray Catherine Gentry Lena Traylor Marion Grimes Lillie Perrin Sixth Grade Harris Hardin Arnold foreman Zula Eads Catherine Kennedy Virginia Mahony Elizabeth McKinley Lucy Leo Walton Ella Warren Marietta Wallace Anna Lewis Gentry Seventh Grade Grace Brady Lottie Larson Lorrain Campbell Elizabeth Sates Lissa Holtzclaw Annie Milburn Willie Moore Kate Raney Maud Stone Maggio Stagg Maranda White May Varren Anna Warren Harris Coleman Morrison Bright Joseph Hopper lobert Jones John Waters Eighth GradeMisses Sadie Eads Ao Ellen Moore FreshmanGrady Tucker Thomas JuniorJohnDowner Manylarch f 3 UnderwearJ wee These dump coM days call for heavier underwear We have nil weights and styles Union Suits and separate Pants and Vest Our special is the liest Vests and Pants to bo had for 2oc Host f0o and 8100 Union Suits in the country The famous SetSnug Pouts and Volts at SOc per garment Childrens Union Suits at 2 Vand tOe iu bleach and unbleached medium and heavy weight Come earlywhile stock is complete 1joyMY stock of winter lap robes Is in Call and see them J C McCIary TilE Domestic Sewing Machines indifferent styles for sale at Muellers DR G GOLDSTEIN the optic special fat will be at the St Asaph Hotel Monday Consult him instructinjIhcrthe old Myers House at 2 oclock this afternoon i iMiss lUniiKEs impersonation of the Negro and Kentucky Mountaineer Is full of humor and her dialect is strik ing She will entertain you I DESIRE to sell privately at once ono twohorse wagon one mowing ma chine and one steel roller W J Aston Stanford R R No1 NOTICE To the Lincoln count policy holders of The Mutual Life Ins Co of New York It will be to you interest tq confer with mo before sign Ing any proxy sent or offered you by any one in which you are asked to vote for a certain coterie of trustees at the coming election of members who wil compose tho new board R M New land Agent I HAVE heard Mrs Long often before audiences great and small and I regard her as by far the most effective singer I have known tier voice manner and selections all unite to make the deepest and most lasting impressions J W McGarvoy Mm Long will sing at Waltons Opera House some time dur ing the last of this month or the first of November the proceeds to go toward buying an organ for the Chris tian church JUDGE WARREN says ho did not say In his introduction of Gen Hays that ho would only support Judge linger for governor when he Is compelled to It matters very little one way or other but we understood the judge to say it or we would have never quoted him as we did If he proposes to vote demo cratic next year and wo opine that he does ho will be compelled either to support Judge Hagcr or winter his votes Which will he do7 THE fun is fast and furious from the rise of tho curtain to the end Special mention should be made of the wonderful and novel mechanical tricks and ef fects the trolly car the trick bathing houses the marvelous revolving scene the funny trick mule the demon crab the magic wall the flying dives bewitched house and the trolley explosion are all marvels of stagecraft See them all In Next Door at Waltons Opera House next Thursday night Oct 18I 55ACRE FARM FOR RENT Tin Klchurd Col MIT fnrin or acres on CednrUreek near W T Tucker For par tlcularx sw Tlionmi lioone or write to Tliomus Collier Homertet Htn A NOTICEThe tho of the Orumn pluco from Joe J Misers J have II lien on all of some for rent any one buying from him will run tho risk of paying twice for tilt purchaseS T J KOHTKIt Htnnfonl Ky Fine Farm for Sale I I with to soil privately my splendid tarot on the Hoiuertttt pike ono mile Irom Htan ford It contains acres of line land and la welt Unproved with good twoitory brick residence und abundant outhouses N vor fnlling winter Terms rautmable For further particulars apply to J W llYUdHMAN Htunford Ky PUBLIC SALE 1 Having divided my fnriiiN with my dill dren I will on- THUUHDAY NOV 8 toll ut public auction at my home tulles from Htnnford on the Ireachemllle pike nil of my IW1rlollIlI11rollJtJ conilitlnit of 7 t1 to wonmlU- tg111vemllkcowitwinnlingcinlvus tack I yenreold la shoat kownnd n lot of my In about UI imrrulH 01 corn nn of fodder a lo of wheat buy rake- 1niowingnmilduesI1lodr111till In unnliiK ordr1 roriicru Ixix set of blockutltbttwlsrgrlndingetunesb- ug plows Ihlllildu plOKi L apple mall nnu mill lot of gear lot of tools mud IIOIllI1trlot of till lroll I toolncg Ito l organ lot liouMihold had kitchen firnl ue1s uing wiiKon bpggy twohor ragon ox wagon ot oxen whom IlInII corn shelters dinner tell and a lot or itherthlngN too numerous to mention sums of tam tad under ralll In hand fiver that amount u credit of 0 months with notes payable In tho Lincoln lounty National Hank at Htanfonl with 0 wr cent Interest from date All contracts o bo compiled with before moving proper ty Mule to begin promptly at VoVlock A HIIiAHANDKHHON 0 Htunfonl Ky Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner fcf Marx When you can get such clothes as this Hart Schaflner tL Mane TopCoat readytowear at an easytopay price there is no excuse for buying our brands Allwool hand tailoring perfect style tho little label in the coat guarantees it Three colors Oxford Light Grey and Tan FIFTEEN DOLLARS CUMMINS MCLARY STANFORD KY 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 5Oc 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 L M RUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY te Interior Journal JSMtrtdinthePoHOJfiGee Stanford III reenJ4aanatkr JtTBUHIIBIl TOBHUAYM AND FHIIMVB AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH JI1Wben sot to paid E2OO will be charged PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Cittern sad bcMtlfk the till torte l biwitnl lure- Near to Ony emHair dlloorgralp FOR SALE I 124 tarn of nbouo RcrPI H ndhiNortIl of lltnlouvllle on Dpnvllle pike Klnel wnturtil moat of It In Kriui ncrv imdj jorwiiutt Want to null nt once Will sell- cern niMl tiny crop with plnw If tnkcn In the AztllthtysMorro ndky- r For Sale Privately t v MjhosweandlO acres of land tttnated Jut ouulde of town limits on the Somerset Tlka louse has 7 rooms kitchen and per room good cellar st blo Iond all 4IoB outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard nd one for BAILEYJ P t L iA S PRICE li Surgoon DentistI it STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop tr for Sale Privately haying determined to quit farming Twill null prlvntoly my fHrm of IIS acres ninr l mile from I l wellUnmlf ttuatid on pIke con andand rob stock ennetl horse brood mares Will sell nt n bargain If I lint buyer In time next 00 or 40 days II b KINO Morelnnd Ky IINSURANCEJj AMldent JIIt8T None but the Lowest P01- F and Mble 4aOuluTowith ss Paying llec MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilesldonoo Ibono Ii082 r BD CARTER Successor to Bruce 6t Carter r4 Livery Feed and Sale Stable fr Depot Street STANFORD KY BptcUl attention to Commercial Men i Your U solicited Horsei handled on commission Iteck Pens In Connection 1 r Two Farms For Sale 1 wish to sell lymy farm of 170 orei5 suites West of Ianensteron the Lexs SAIon pike It U well Improved and ha IIBI1 of water and Umber fenced an9 buildings In good re Also an unimproved harm of 100 acres VyliiS midway between Lancaster and Lex 1I lotton pikes Good outlet each wa oifueed Terms reasonable TIHKUIUNO bury K- yLAND FOR SALE I Will sell privately sll acre of farming Laud Rltunled one from IJincaster on lAxlButon plkenliout lu acres In town limn Jts AlKiut ucrCH In cultlvntlon rest In rau All under l fence und hilt plenty at neverfalling wider Dwelling house Is wood nut lias nil necessary outbuildings Yiset tiuU given fur Hctillm purposes this Yallnnd dwelling llrnt of fnrm Iw seen to appreciated the- altycounellisenforolmgtime s lands In thu vicinity advanced idly In prlcnand good property In trout muuml WIiSIots IIllmlll14trllior It Ueax Lancaster Ky e 1 Cceam t i 4 Undertaker Embalmer and 1DeAlerin HnrnesaSaJdlery IF Lau t taTANFOAB KENTUCKY tOmce Phone 187 nome Phone 35 J L Beazley Co Tfadertakers mid Embalm tn Also Dealers in Fur akore MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give t Ske11t a Call Prices Right o TAN ORD KENTUCKY I t y KIKGSVILLE Mrs Fount Dishon went to Lexington Sunday to be with htrhusban who was cut by ono of tho Harris bos C L Holmes was here Tuesday J Ed Boland of Burnside was here this week Hons W S Burchand J M Alverson of Stanford were here last weekMr Tom M Meeks is making a splendid postmaster lie is proving a woi thy successor to our efficient and accommodating expostmastcF J L Johnson The postofllce will be moved into the Thompson building The little baby of Mr and Mrs Ja Burton is Ill Dr B F Walter of Lancaster was here last week Tusco Waters leaves today for Shreveport La Miss Maggie Routen has returned to Lexington having spent the summer with her brother and sisters here Mr and Mrs John Hart took posses sion of the hotel Tuesday and wl1l doubtless keep up the reputation of the good little hostelry so long suStained by others Mr and Mrs W W Walter occupants for the past two years have moved Into the Pink Cottage adjoining the hotel Morris Walls new dwelling on the pike is nearing completion Mrs Sarah Waters ia having a new dwelling erected Mrs Margaret Camden will move to Eubanks Marion William and wife will occupy the Camden horn here Mrs Robin Rigney has been III but is now thought to be improving- A wreck occurred in the tunnel early Monday morning One of the cars of i Southbound freight was derailed There was very little damage but a tremen dous blockade followed during the day and the town was literally full of rail road men the officers and train crews The hotels and restaurants were over runKings Mountain is again to have a change in agents Our present clove station agent Mr Jennings will be succeeded by Manfred Gooch a brother to Cecil Gooch who is holding down the tower The former is at present work ing nights at the tower Pete Bastti having been sent to Burgin Still other changes arc to be made for the winter Dr C M Thompson has lately be come the possessor of a handsome hote at Celina Ohio The doctor traded his farm at South Fork and a small trac of land near Kingsville for the hotel as- a matter of speculation He will not leave here but with his brother will con tinue in the mercantile business am will move into their new building this week This new store is to be lighter by gasoline Men from Lexington were here last week putting In a number oC lights which were very soft and bril liant and that part of Kingsville shows up well FARMERS DEPARTMENT J C Lynn sold to O P Huffman bunch of heifers at 3c Ike Shelby sold to Montie Fox G5 1 428pound cattle at 515 parIa FOR SALEFour good sugar multi and four good feeding cattle S M Owens McKinney A good mule colt was dropped bi a mare belonging to Alonzo Martin other day while in town Miss Mattie Tribble tells us she rented her farm to Mr James Eads oC Wayne county for 700 In trials against time at the Lexington trots Tuesday Sweet Marie went a mile in 203 and Dan Patch paced a mile in 158 In Mason theexecutors of Col W W Baldwin sold 79 horses for 10655 The highest price was 125 and the lowest 3250- Lawrence Jones of Louisville bought of T E Houchens of Chaplain his Couryearoldbay mare Francis Wil son for 5000 The Mansfield Stock Farm has sold the trotting stallion Oratorio 213 to George Amsdcn of Richmond Ind The price is said to be 5000 Lutes R Co sold to Thomas Mctcalf 35 yearling cattle at 355 and to Bill Woscr 10 light yearlings at 31c They sought of J L Beck 16 900pound cattle at 31c- ESTRAYEDA yellow spotted cow with one hind leg white to her body eft my place Monday Reward for In formation leading Jo her recovery I lack Bruce Tho government crop report shows the condition of corn was 991 Oct 1 last as compared with a 10year average of 796 The average condition of obacco was 846 as against a fiveyear verage of 802 It is reported that H C Thompson recentlyboughtparties for Jackson J C Rinchart have bought the iterests of other stockholders and are now the solo owners of tho 3000 erman Coach horseLondon Local An Awful Cough Cured Two yenrs ago our little girl had a tOllch of pneumonia which loft her wltb an awful cough She hadspells of coughing just like ono with limn hooping cough and some thought she would not get well at all We got a bottlo of Chamberlains Cough Heine dy which acted like a charm Sho stopped coughing and got stout and- fat writes Mrs Ora Bussard Bru baker1I1 This remedy la tor sale by Stanford Drug Cot S ts MIDDLEBURG Mrs Ethel McWhorter is quite Jlck at her home on Indian Creek Dr J T Wesley went to Owensboro Tuesday to attend the State Medical Associa tionThe Sum1ay School convention Cor this magisterial district will bo held at Turkey Knob school house Saturday Oct 20 instead of Sunday 21st as re ported Miss Lynn Hansford returned froi Liberty yesterday Miss Minnie Hans ford and Mrs Sarah Hatter went to Somerset Tuesday Mr and Mrs S G Elliott were here one day last wool looking for a location Uncle Iki Cowan who has been confined to his room with reumatism is much Improved D A Thomas Is here ming ling with his many friends undiflshing lie and Gco Altord caught a fine string Monday The school election heroiSaturdaj was the most interesting one ever hole in this district Heretofore it has beer almost Impossible to get enoughvoters to attend to elect a trustee but this time the question of a tax to extent the present school term brought out nearly every voter in the district The antitaxitcs worked hard and won out by a majority that precludes nil possibility of a contest Those who favored the tax took their defeat good humor edly and no hard feelings were cngen doted by the contest A Card This Is to certify that nil druggist are authorized 1o refund your mono If Foloys honey und Tar tails to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevent serious results from a cold Cures U grippe cough and prevents pneumonic and consumption contains no opiates Thu genuine is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store- S S WHATS THE USE Whats the use of looking gloomy Cause the snow is coming down Whats the use of always fussing With a snarl and a frown It dont make matters better It dont help a bit Just go along a smiling And make the best of it Dont always fume and fret If the weather dont suit you Put a smile upon you face So well think youre never blue Always have a sunny smile Where ever you may go Think that brighter days are coming If today we have tho snow Lcvingsworth Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation whIch is quickly cured by Dr Kings Now Life Pills They remove all pois 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 25c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard eFarmers down In Richmond county on Dry creek North Carolina are plow sing up coins On the south side of the reek copper pieces bearing the name of George Washington are being found ind on the north side the coins un larthed bear the names of Kings of England A Badly Burned Girl vr boy manor woman Is quickly out- of pain if Bucklens Arnica Salvo is applied promptly G J Welch of ekonsha Mich SUY8HI use It In my amil for outs sores and all skin InJuries and find it perfect Quick- st Pile cure known Best healing ialve made ixj at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford and Lyno BrosCrab Orchard A homing pigeon which was sent to the Isle of Man two years and four months ago returned to its home cote In Blackburn England recently OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly IIdtue311111 jilts Iwiii thoroughly rvnornttil and Is IIOW In lint coinlltloii to iiinkv time best of nnur muiilotc Custom itrliHlliiB done on uh Tllm and Friday Will Krlml tor- Iho toll ass ormvrlv live me u trial W HHMITII IrupCr bOrclinril Ky a FARM FOR SALE I The farm of time lute Joint W 1nlmur II for smite nml the umlernlitmtl will ink pleniurolmUowInu It to any one tloalrlni to purchase sinus Tim tnrnt contains ncrvinmlli In annul county Point 1lIvolI Oil th Itlchinoml A lnuens ofIUllhftIlOIl1AuulIra 01010 will iirvaonl thum totn or a- shnllorneyLI11nikurproperlp prowu J AIMrit Kxecillor Blue Grass Farm JFo Sale I Idesire to sell prlvntoly iny farm of Ii nero In the Went Knil fronting oil th Itlnckplki uml two mllo from lliutonvlllt Kiirni II In excellent Mate of cultlvntlon IlIIpronlllelllln lulo n gad ivnlUcnco o lx rooiiin niul In good rumlrUvu extra stock burns fiMiclnir In nplvnUlil condition Farm lotmoverhdlingwntoreRtenrlitmsh- lunce Mad mini Hnrm will l i sold on ens terns Nee or write to nt Mtnnfonl or McKlnney Ky II O HUdllMAN FARM FOR SALE I I will otter for wile iny fnrm of Srt norm IcHiitttl a similes west of MctiolmUIli It Jcstninlnp county Tll tf IWlAlOOT141Att- The Inftil Is In n high nteof cultivation running water intlre length of Intuit the linprovrmiiiUnrv IWO toiuint houus two stock tmrni two tounccolxirtuH good road near the churches shell stores stud nirul liinlliTKItMSOnoUilnlomh Imlnncu In l mid 3 yvnr lit t por runt Inlenit on the de erred Istynlemiis mind lulu rvtalnnl on Intnl At in mo time will sell n lot of lock crop RlltllnrmlnlllIIllhlIIrnlll one wUIUnu tonootlii con come to Nlcliolnivlll nod rail nu l y IlholioINlcholimllUs Ky PUBLIC SALE I i I will lellnl public auction lit my hones ft 12 tulles nol of Stanford timid 154 mlUi from Wiilnut Flat on- vEDNtHDAY OOT 11101IThu following dojcrllied lifntlng dove lutrior organ set couch I sewln iniiclilni n cliiiln nml other furniture I dining roomI lot of illaht sad kltohvn furnlturv wagon hnrnoM I whmt drill corn cheek rower Ironmhillrr cuttliiK eorncrusher1blg plow I Ill It harrow Ijmiooihlng harrow S dOUltlIho1 cl plow n iniiituT of otliei fiirmliiK Imiilrinontii I good work horse 111111Iultnhlubarrel vinegar lot of hlngles etc stockflogsmo Tvrmn made known on day of Nile Hide wllllxgln promptly at oclock JF111NOtSIAX IO trilMfillo Kr Col J Ubandlvr Auct Notice of Election ItKUlur April term nod IJncoln County KUcnl Court met nurximnt to aillouriunent this April Itoi rreMiil lion It I Vnr ron Judge with the fellnwtng JU utes of the 1nltIu1I1 H It Ailnnu II iMiilderar nnd W Vallln- It wiu movixl by Justin W Duildrrnr tad seconded by Juitlcv W l Valllii that pin followliiK action isi tnkcn by lids count Jur3 of IJneoln county III the nil term of tits Lincoln circuit court hnv Inl rrvomiiiiiidnl u new courthoutu for Incolii county nnd It nppinrliiK to the Pitt faction of this court that the courthoUMt tow In uw In umutfe ant IniidKiuntv for the mbllo fonvenleiico nnd the prtMrratlon of the puhllo nconls U is onlvivd and twl tutu 11w sum of la4al suggrkd tile lUin iifcckoary to build n new ruurt house tad It further unleml that nn olwtlon Im and u pull oininnl nt thusevemlyntltmg- rrcl lIel81n Ilncnlnrnunly Oil the Silt day of Novimlxr rIwlthedny of the Smell which the iipiiruprlatiiin jinnestiggesltd lit lulnll UI tll Ilie- gnl voleraof flIlulll county fur their np ThosherlflofaIlncolncuuntyistllnwtetlto ulvrrtliM Mild elevtlou for at linut M text Ixfore the thereof In the INTK IIOK JOVUXAI mews u sr IxliiR the only- lewslrliwr in Lincoln county nml of said election am illnctnl to mold lliu election between the wane hour hilt they are req ill rod to hold elections for otinty lf11t ers which election shell lie held h thfsitntuTin clerk of the Lincoln county courtslmll nuw to U on the iitllclnl ballot tow utttt ill stilt election tI unA An you In fnrorof ul etyto fur hlllhllnl a new Jncolncountyand lmiIInlllllfollflnllllllI he right of moue rue for heaiiproprlntlon tin vonl Yi one for voter oplashmg tits ipproprlnlloii to is 0111111111 by tilt wonl It clerk hnllprelnhrenid lull lut in sill other nHiHctn a nniulriil by hx Woof this Kentucky Htiilutci- In the event niiil ltn number of esiil voters of Lincoln county votoln favor of wild approprliitlon It Is ordered that this curt ciiune the of Lincoln county to till BIIIOUlt lit biultoIs pnqulrnlexeout tl and Itmuiil on prlntiil forms the enl of till county to lx slKiiwI by till Idhmg 1 Llucolurousttycourlmind- u conntemlanid by tin clerk of sold court to ia nnr at Lincoln Bounty Nn InmdlktiikofstuafonlKyeIyrftn from Imdntoof same with the option of piiylng mm In yearn truce date whliih Ixmcli hull not U ar n nlhr mhlIf Interest than per rout tier iinnuin payable l iuuIunl rut Lincoln Co Nut Imnkof HtnnfonUind iiteriuit COIIIKIIIS shall Is ntlachiil to mild cud Pig nnl by the clerk of the Lincoln iniiity court Hald hlllllIollll in enomliiatlnnii of tn This ayes anti flays WltlIotInt Justlii4 i It f 11IluddtrlrnudtVII Wallln Ulnn a tinruni of this bod- yACopYAttett O ILCOOPKIl- liTk County KUcal inert ItyK U IVniiliigton II Notice Is bertihy given that ln obedltuicit jnbovu order of tho Lincoln county rUcal which enter Is relrellelnIoUolIIho several sitting precincts unity on the of lux for Iho lIurlo of HUbmlttlnit to thin items of Lincoln county the proiKMltton Nether or not the sum oIULU shall Iwnp oprlutiHl for the purpose of hulldlmt anew urthou for epee will ht held In till respects nn required h r law fuel wild tinier T J JIILL- HherlffS Lincoln County Say dont you think this Shower Bath would be fine on a hpt Summer day I would like to give you fig ures on a bath room complete Hot and cold water put in your country home at 100 to 500 Satisfaction guaranteed S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky 4 Tinner anti Plumber a a 1IIFACSIMILC OF- PACKAC Slim Pillntauxa111atloTnMt- Htm iliA Tfce ebarltr t uolmatbttpbObnaatbauwgrr7wurwas M mrnro nr oU aiKlbcrwcUhlwMlVlb llrrbmllkkubvratwut digu4orlmbiunenaIt maniyfaunsn1troublesmrdtnIotb duetof1lln 10 kbe P bees s a III bTfs4 made lblletnetorbetmmlylrenebwNrn rtomwhuever ayat- are vrtenia began lu Iroubi A grew auras and won ratll hot satin hoilf Mat aeected lbo being a mall of tort eon iiantlr WMratlnc Th Itrbin and burping entmnuodrrdfutat- limtw thstit ass lmn tit f brrtolrrpd1ora gbt Tbertortcn Iwo of our best prunuuuml Iho esM Incurable and wttra I u cJ to ua 7i ptnapIyaldIt anuld drtlgbs us to and tametlilni car tbisdMr mo Onl nwvt Ibe u of ibo xl and soon rclirtcd the IbO trrrtblo Tbeducturha4beendrrtinIblereery slnbenZero h yVonesttonrttwdon- ill legs uriilnkllr 1tlm and an now almv smooth as It was bablfabiula month ixfonmncii millet teilaxmlalmia fe wry nedaltoallanubseabnlannmemafjnmiacronreywrwnl tkrrul rtaaty Ib1nl bat ha a rrsI MRS MARYPERRY nOJJSrWw In Ilotpltsl No 208 N Blh St ECZEMA PIMPLES tAS 6 ALL IKIH AKD ICAU Clltiltl t COXID IT IAI IPENNYS tcadyI4 GOFtOH FARRIS t The Bride Will Rejoice At the precepts she receives no matter what they may be or where they canto from nut U you wUli to bo sure that your oflcring will revolve tho admiring attention ot everybody get it at n jewelry store Then you ore SURE to bo right You CANT go wrong by giving jew dry And you CANT go wrong if you get it here Everything wo show you would do credit to your judgment nnd good tnsto- Wo interest you nt a dollar or so or us high as you care to go in figures Always trust to us to have the right goods E H MURRAY The Jeweler Danville YOUR WANTSSIN- Drugs Paints and Oils Window StationeryWallWill be supplied for low cash pri byI McRoberts DRUGGISTII PEIUONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded i o 1ttitr