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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 19 1900 NO 62 JUDGE S W HAGER Candidate lor the democratic nomination for governor mid who will nddrew the voters of this section at Stanford next Wednesday Oct kith et ia10 i M und tit Ifiutonvillo thnt night nt 7 oclock CRAB ORCHARD Tho Dell Telephone Co will soon have I its exchange in opcrntiou and wo predict for them a large business Mr Kilburn Stuart Mm lloldam Stuart and child left Wednesday morn ing for California where they will join the brother husband and other There will bo a box supper at thoI court house Saturday night Oct the proceeds to help buy an organ for the graded school Every one is cor dinlly Invited especially the young gen tlemenMr Curtis Gover leaves Thursday for the Alabama Homo Corning Many Crab Orchard peoplo heard Gov Deck s ham speak at Stanford Tuesday and say he made n fine clean cut address to n large audience Tho graded school is succeeding far beyond our hopes Wo can truthfully nay that our teachers are among tho beat in Kentucky If you want your children to have the best educational advantages send them to tho Crab Or chard Graded School Tho church houses of both white and colored are undergoing a renovation Tho new Christian church white Is making fine headway toward complo tion and before many Sundays come and go wo think It will be ready for preaching Tho contractors every effort to make the building at tractive Rev Sam P Jones the wellknown evangelist of CarlersvillcGa died of heart failure in n sleeping car on the Hock Island railroad near Perry Ark He had been conducting a most successful revival at Oklahoma City I T and left there Sunday night for his home In Georgia He desired to attend a family reunion on the 16th it being the KHh anniversary of his birth Mrs Jones and his daughters Mrs Annie Pyron and Miss Julia Jones wore with him when he passed away CORNS COKED Exit posi tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple urn pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Tho heirs think n 30000 doctor bill outrageousI they are alone in thnt be lief however Not entirely All tho lawyers ore with em- Wounds Bruises and Burns By applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds bruises burns and like In juries before Inllnmmatlon sets lnthoy may bo healed without maturation and In about onethird the time required by the old treatment This Is tho great est discovery and triumph of modern surgery Chamberlains Inln Balm acts on this sumo principle It is an- a antiseptic and when applied to such Injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays tho pain and soreness and prevents any danger of blood poisoning Keep a bottlo of Pain Dalm 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 do HUBBLE Since the rains have ceased the farmed are putting in every hour hardly taking time to eat or sleep Eld P M Tinder will till his appoint ment at the Christian church Sunday afternoon Itev Williams tho now pastor of tho Methodist church hero preached n good sermon on Missions p1omlllgI has returned from Louisville Eld Geo for New York City Mr and Mrs M G McClure of Mintonvillc have been visiting their daughter Mrs J A Hammond Miss Ada Spoonamore has returned from a visit to Lexington Uncle Jaclc Ycaky Is back from Indiana James Robinson of Clarksdale Mo arrived last week to spend tho winter with his grand parents Mr and Mrs James Robinson A TRUE FRIEND What gives us more pleasure Than u friend tried and true All our sorrows they help us to bear Their sympathy they give ua Our hopes they renew As all of our burdens they share Wo go to them with our secrets That seem bound to be told And we tell them all of out sorrow and woe And they in their precepts Our aching hearts doth console And loving words go with us where ever wo go A noble trusted true friend have I One that knows my Inermost thought Tolthat person my life is an open book With many a heartache and many a sigh As lifes battles together weve ought And never one friend the other forsook Oh dear friend thou art dear to me Thy friendship is a boon I crave And this friendship we have constan- be Until one of us has entered the grave And now dear friend as I am through Your friendship and mine will always be true Levingsworth u Result of Neglect In most eases consumption results trout a neglected or Improperly treated cold Foloys Honey and Tar euros tho most obstinate coughs and prevents serious results It costs you no more than the unknown preparations and you should insist upon hay icg the genuine in tliq yellow package Pennys Drug Store We are getting wearied summer Were a little tired of you You ore in falls way you bummer Gill Evaporate Skldool Nothing to Fear Mothers need have no hesitancy InI continuing to give Chamberlains Cough bawdy to their little ones as It contains absolutely nothing IlIjuI rious This remedy Is not only perfectly safe to give small children but la a medicine of groat worth and mer it It has a worldwide reputation for Its cures of coughs colds andcroup and can always be rolled upon For sale by Stanford Drug Co NEWS NOTES Capt John II Cowles of Louisville was elected Grand Junior Warden of the Kentucky Grand Lodge of Masons on tho first ballotIFive persons were killed and about 100 injured as the result of a gasoline explosion in the rear of a dry goods store In tho Fort Recovery 0 Alabamas Homecoming week was Inaugurated at Birmingham when Gov Jelks delivered an address of welcome to tho visitors at the Stato Fair grounds After deliberating for less than an hour tho jury in tho case of Dr Frank L Brouwer charged with wife murder at Toms River N J returned a verdict of acquittal At Flemingsburg Charlos Darnall charged with stealing two hams and Charles Bradley held for cutting with intent to kill broke jail and tho author ities have no trace of them At Omaha in commemoration of hl 75th birthdayCount Jno A Creighton one of tho founders of Creighton Uni vctsity deeded to that institution two buildings worth about 600000 A West Virginia capitalist closed n deal for 10000 acres of timber land in D rent hitt county and prico paid is said to have been 300000 An extension of the L E railroad is to be built Into the tract At Sergent Jordan Hogg 1C year old son of ex Representative Stephen Hogg accidentally shot himself with a 11 caliber Winchester rifle while crossing a fence squirrel hunting Tho whole top of his head was blown oil Hy a fire damp explosion in tho Win gate colliery near Durham England 25 miners were killed and 200 entomb ed The ventilation in tho shaft is good and the imprisoned men are expected to be brought out alive Robert Uranlmm a Negro found guilty in two separate cascsof attempt ing criminal assault on Misses Mabel and Ethel Lawrence in a suburb of At lanta Aug 20 was sentenced to serve 20 years in the penitentiary on each convictionJoda the farmer who killed a neighbor and tho latter wife and three children near Houston Mo was spiritedaway by tho sheriff to avoid a lynching Ho is said to be a raving maniac and has twice tried to commit suicide since his arrest At AVicklifTe the safe in tho postof fice was blown to pieces by burglars andover 300 in money and stamps se cured The explosion was so timed as to occur while a heavy Illinois Central train was passing in tho immediate neighborhood There is no clew to the perpetrators of the robbery An advance statement given out a Washington by Postmaster General Cor telyou shows that the postofllco depart ments deficit for the fiscal year ended June 30 last was over 000000 or 2783 per cent less than in the preceding year Total receipts made th greatest increase for any year In the history of the service The Louisville Nashville Railroad Company is extending tho Straight Creek railroad a short coal line in Bell county to the head of Straight Creek valley where valuable coal deposits will bo reached The lino is almost completed and in tho now field som large coal land deals are now being madeIsaac W Brown of Rochester Ind who is employed by Miss Helen Gould the millionaire philanthropist of Now York to arouse interest In tho services which birds and bees perform for mankind arrived hero anti will spend about a week in Lexington lie beetHigh School und probably at State College while here Sick Headache Cured Sick headache Is caused b derangement of tho stomach und by Indigos tlon Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets correct these disorders und enVct a euro By taking the o tablets as soon tho first indication of the disease appears tho attack may bo warded oil Get a free sample and try them For sale by Stanford Drug Co Tho opposition papers published that John Sharp Williams had withdrawn from the canvass when it was told him that dates had been mado for him in New York saying that ho could not allow himself to aid in the election of Mr Hearst Mr Williams indignantly denies the story and will make spceoh es for the editor whom ovary true Democrat will support in preference to his Republican opponent for Governor of the Empire State Henry E Jones of Tampa Fla wrltl1sIII can thank God for my present health duo to Foleys Kidney Cure It Is a pleasure to recommend it those needing a kidney medicine Pennys Drug Storo PREACHERSVILLE lornto the wife of John Anderson a boy Rev Palmeter tho new Methodist pastor preached Sunday morning and evening to small crowds There is an epidemic of sore throat in this locality and not diphtheria as reported Miss Dora Blankenship has been ill but is improved Truman infant daughter of Menefee Elmoro died Sunday morning She had always been sickly and death must have been a relief She was buried in the Preachersvillo cemetery In speaking of the two interments at the same hour Monday Mr Henry Blankenship told us that it had been 61 years since a similar thing had happened in any of the burying grounds here Leslie Harbor and Miss Ida Austin were united in marriage Wednesday at the residence of the brides mothers near Buckeye After the ceremony they drove to the homo Mrs Josh Dan leIs whore they enjoyed an elegant six oclock dinner Tho groom is a son of Sidney llarbcr of Texas who once lived near here Master Arick Williford of Harrod burg was with Prof Hutchins Mrs Stephenson and little sonof Crab Orch ard were with friends here Miss Ka tie Phillips of Stanford was a guest at W P Whites J M Cress and wife attended the burial of Mrs Smith at Brodhcad D F Thompson and wife visitedrelatives at Cedar Creek J F Holtzclaw is in Louisville Ira Holtz claw and R G Pettus were in the crowd that went to Mammoth Cave Miss Roxie Jennings was the guest of Miss Katie Payne Miss Allio Sutton died last Sunday morning after a long illness from complication of troubles She rvos a daugh ter of the late Ben Sutton and was a consistent member of the Baptist church She is survived by two broth ers and two sisters Her remains were laid to rest in the Prcachersville cem etery after a discourse by Rev W T B White She will be missed in the lonely home for none can take her place May the bereaved brothers and sisters look to Him Who stills the trou bled waves for comfort u HUSTONVILLE Judge S W Hager candidate for governor will speak in the opera house here next Wednesday night at7 oclock Come and hear him KINGSVILLE William not James is the name of goodtsatisfaction The I J types got us mixed again Eld J G Livingston is expected Sunday to fill his appointment Mr C D Evans preached a particularly good Suneday night Fount Dishon is at home from Lexington his wounds rapidly healing Ed mund Murphy and wife and Fount Dish on and family will go to Celina O Mr and Mrs Murphy will run the new 32 room hotel owned by Dr C M Thomp son Tho above good families will be hereeMiss Corinno Johnson of Mt Olive spent several days with her sister Mrs Walter Messrs D C Allen and L M Reid of Hustonvlile were here a few days since It was the first opjwr tunity Mr Allens many friends here have had to express personally their great sympathy for his recent misfor tune fromthe Plague Theres grave danger from the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unless you tako Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump Ion Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to peoplo living In climates where coughs and colds prevail I find it quickly ends them It prevents pneumonia cures LaGrlppe gives wonderful relief In Asthma und Hay Fever nnd makes weak lungs strong enough to ward oil Consumption Coughs and Colds f0o and SI Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storo Stan ford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Trial bottlo free p I suppose every candidate would like to have the support of the great Hammered Oil Company the foreign visitor inquired Of course but not openly the American politician mado all possible haste to reply Advice to Housewives Xo home is so pleasant regardless of the comforts that monoy will buy as when tho entire family Is in perfect health A bottlo of Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents It will euro every member of the family of constipation sick headache or stomach trouble Pennys Drugstore See What we Have to Offer Then Use Your Judgment THE L HOPKINS HELD 4fij MAKE I a Measured by every standard whether it l o materials or Vorklil whether style or patterns our Suits and Overcoats prove their nshipIworth Come to andwe will fit you out at a low price W B Perkins 1Kentucky a r We have recently covered ourawarehouse with West Coast Ready ioc Roofing with Burlap insertion tail conaoer it the best roofing ever offered hero Call and see it on the r l of and get our guaranteeti J w t W H HIG1HS Stanford Kentucky L A Large Consumer of Coal will lied it is to his intcrcstto consult us before buying Wo have the most completo line of Coal ever carried in Lincoln county It la niceltiscreened burns well and will please you Why Not Try a Sample Load r wa WBEBDENHAM Say dont you think this Shower Bath would be fine on a hotkSummer 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 Tinner nUll Plunilw lJ i i t t The Interior Journal E Co WALTON M F NORTH Ii n candidate for Itopriwntntlvoof Llncol county suhjvct talue nctlon of hurt ratio party J T ROBERTS r li cnndldatp for MniiUtrnto In tin Oral Orchard Maglnlortnl lI trlct subject to tin action of thu democratic party Democratic Ticket For Oongrois HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county WHEN a demand for a revision of tht tariff and reciprocity with foreign countries comes from the true political sources and from business interests which arc injured by high protection the Republican party will have to give relief or get out of the way for the party that will A resolution was 1adopted by tho National Association of Implement and Vehicle at its 13th annual con 1generaldally England and Canada These manufacturers are vitally interested in tho foreign trade for they have developed an extensive export businessI No parts of our export trade growing so fast as that in agricul tural implements The manufacturers know how the tariff injures them by Increasing the prices of their materials and by inciting foreign countries to the imposition of retaliatory duties The stand patters are treasuring up wrath against a day of judgment Mn JAMES E STONE of Ureckin ridge county who has been clerk of either tho Lower or Upper Branch of tho Kentucky Legislature for 25 years has accepted the chief deputyship under Prof 1110 Winfrey in the event of his nomination and election as superintendent of public instruction No mania Kentucky is more competant to serve the people than he The writer of this pieta was a member of the General As sembly for two terms and as such came to know him well and favorably and to vote against him would be as cruel as turning down one of your own fam ily He is very efficient painstaking hardworking honest and capable arid if we were not alreadY for the professor his coalition with popular and bighearted Jim Stone would make us vote for him under any and all cir cumstances Hurrah for Winfrey and Stone t Till Supreme Court has denied Senator Burtons petition for a new hearing in the case in which he is now under sentence of imprisonment and fine on the charge of accepting an attorneys fee in a case in which the Government was interested while he was serving as Senator Tho effect of the decision will be the immediate im prisonment of Burton unless his attor neys devise some other means of post poning the execution of the sentence A United States Senator in the peni tiary will be a new experience for this country as many doubtless are deserv ing of it The digraced Senator hails from Kansas where so many deform ities have been washed to the political surface WE are glad to thatthe State Development Convention is taking some steps to have Kentucky properly repre sented at the Jamestown Exposition that the bill to It was a burning shame appropriate funds for a Kentucky ex hibit was stifled in the last hours of the legislative session and as it was tho only hope now is for the people to do what their law makers failed to do A definite organization to raise funds for an exhibit can remedy the wrong done the mother of States by her favored daughter There is not a Virginian who has found a home in Kentucky or even tho descendant of one who if able will not gladly contribute to a fund for the proper representation of the State at the exposition Time leader of the messenger boys in New York is destined to become a great labor agitator He called off his boys for a strike for 2i cents ames sage instead of two and like some other labor leaders recognize the sensitiveness of the political interests to business disturbances on the eve of an election Blackie Nolan strike leader climbed on board of a baggage car and harranguing his followers said 1 choose dis time fellows ferI do strike because lection is comin and nobody dast thin us down while runnin fer office A NEW JERSEY says Caleb Powers is to have another trial in Ken mucky poor fellow may die of old age in a court room yet It Doubtless he prefers that to death upon the gallows which he eo richly deserves STATISTICS show that during the last were killed while year 4865 persons walking on railroad tracks This proves that to ride than to count tress tiesI4- I M TilE death of Mrs Jefferson Davis widow of the president of tho Con derate States severs another link connecting us with that terrible period in the countrys history She was a good woman who suffered almost ai much for the cause she loved usI those who bled and died for it NoI one who has ever read the story of thoI heartless way in which she was from her husband at Fortress Monroe when he was put in irons and a cell and placed on a ship that she did not know to what port it was bound of heartrending suspense over his andI cm fail to appreciate tho horror of situation or until this late day feel for her torture She long survived her illustrious husband and reached an un usual age but her days must have clouded and bitter to the last A TRIO to the woods that surround Frankfort at the present time would yield JKlwJiawo hickory nuts wale nuts wild grapes huckleberries black kaws beechnuts mushrooms honey suckle persimmons and other delicious wild fruits uncontaminated by the culture of mesa besides n world ofI wild flowers of brilliant hue and ravishing odorsFrankfort Journal It looks like Brer Walton has taken to the woods and is now enjoying wild fruit but our advice to you is not to load yourself up on it THEY are working the chronic ab sontoeism habit against W H Hearst He is a member of Congress and in tho 6Sth there were 86 roll calls Hearst voted 16 times In tho first session of the 69th Congress out of 105 roll callr he voted 10 times and was recorded as present twice Perhaps however he better than sitwas serving his country ting idly in the body and voting when his vote rould do no good in such a strong Republican body WE read daily of some one in Lex ington dying after a surgical operation which had been pronounced entirely satisfactory Operations that satisfy the surgeons too often end with the sentence but the patient died IT has always been a question with us whether Sam Jones did the cause of Christ more harm than good AndI now that he is gone let us give him the benefit of the doubt and hope that he is enjoying his reward Tim oldest inhabitant forgot to recall that last Friday was the 414th an niversary of the discovery of America by Columbus POLITICAL In a total vote of 700 the wets won over the drys in Suffolk Va by 11 only At Barbourville W C Black has an nounced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Railroad Com missioner in his district Gov Beckham has called a special election In the 24 Senatorial districtto choose a successsor to Judge M L Harbeson fixing tho date for November In addition to his Louisville speech on October 25 it is expected that Repre senative John Sharp Williams will also address the people of Bowling Green the following day Booker T Washington spoke to a large number of Negroes in Frankfort advising work as the solution of the race problems in the South and urging the members of his race to force idle men and women into employment of some kind The Democratic organization of New York county formally opened its cam paign with a ratification meeting in Tammany Hall Lewis S Chanler Senator Grady and Bourke Cockran delivered addresses and overflow meet ings were held- Democrats are reported to be circulating with considerable effect in Ohio Congressional districts copies of an old speech made by James A Garfield in 1878 when he was debating on tho tar iff question with Pig Iron Kelley of PennsylvaniaGov is holding in abeyanc the question of appointing a cabinet Ho is considering the appointment of commissions on new laws claims and civil service The distribution of Amer- Ican troops throughout Cuba is gradually being effected In opening the democratic campaign for governor and other State offices in New York Lewis S Chanler candi date for lieutenant governor had thltI to say about William Randolph Hearst He has created an organized hatred stronger than any political organiza tion but the people love him because of that hatred How gladly would Rogers Ryan Rockefeller Morgan Mc Donald and Belmont have welcomed- this young scion of conservative Cali fornia wealth He could have had everything at their hands but he committed an unpardonable Returned his back on his own class and made common cause with the common people Jefferson is dead Jackson is dead Lincoln is dead We revere their memories worship their traditions and fol low in their footsteps but my friends we are alive We want live issues a live party and a live leader We have them in the platform of the party that has chosen as its leader William R Hearst NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IIN E Welch a wealthy mcr of Berea was Indicted by the Madison county grand jury on two charges growing out of tho attempt to assassinate P D McBride a traveling salesman who was fired on from am bush while making a call Judgment of the Doyle circuit court in tho case of the Weideman Brewing Company against tho Commonwealth was affirmed by the court of appeals The company was indicted charged with retailing liquor in violation of pro hibition statutes Tho court below found it guilty The Fayetto county grand jury In dieted Fred Pharris Richard Champion- I Daniel Adams and James Claggett former attendants at the Eastern Kentucky Asylum for the Insane charging them with the murderof Fred Ketterer n patient last June Pharris has been arrested and lodged in the Lexington jailIn the Boyle circuit court Mrs Lu cinda Stewart of Brumfield flied suit against tho Louisville R Nashville railroad company for 30000 The suit was filed by Mrs Stewart as adminis matrix of Tituloy Stewart her hus band who was killed at Gravol Switch several months ago while in the employ of the railroad in the capacity of brake manAt the home of her husband last Fri day evening on the Hustonvlllo pike Mrs Katherine Rothenburger Curia man wife of George Chrisman passed away She was 40 years of age The had been indisposed for sever hours prior to her death but the sud ticnnoss of her demise came as a shock to her family and friends death being duo to apoplexy Mrs Chrisman was the daughter of tho late John Rothen berger of LouisvilleAdvocate- A receiver has been appointed for tho Middlesboro Hotel The receiver was asked for by the Citizens Bank and Trust Co alleging in their petition indebtedness by the hotel company to that bank to tho amount of 5000 Judge Moss of the Bell circuit court has appointed Henry Steele receiver for the property This hotel which is a valuable one has been used as a sum mer resort and purchased by u company which intended to overhaul it and run an up todate summer resort Here and There Dr Frank L Brouwer charged with wife murder broke down and sobbed on the witness stand while testifying in his own behalf at Toms River N J While attempting to explode a torpedo by laying it on a rail and striking it with a rock Rodney Lail son of Judge Lail of Cynlhiana had his hand badly laceratedFurther reports from the strike of the members of the Brotherhoodof Railway Clerks on the Atlantic division of the Southern Pacific railroad shows about 300 men out at various points Mrs Robert Arroll died at Anderson Ind from the effects of eating toadstools mistaken for mushrooms Two of her children died about a weekago shortly after eating the poisonous fungiMrs Minnie Leucht at Covington se cured judgment for 20000 damages against her motherinlaw for alleged alienation of the affections of the plaintiffs husband The verdict is said to be the largest ever given in a similar case A Young Mother at 70 My mother hassuddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of Intense suiTerlng from dyspepsia had entirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Bitters which have completely cured her and restored the strength and activity she had In tho prime of life writes Mrs W L GUpatrlck of Danforth Me Greatest restoration medicIne on the globe Sets Stomach Liver and Kidneys right purifies tho blood and cures Malaria Biliousness and Weakness Wonderful Nerve Tonic Prlco 50o Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno 15rqsCrab Orchard Wheat Land for Rent Alxjnt 100 lien from courthouse Ialttulle from lrnded Mchool J1lrilIII cittern ami nil necesHiiryoutliulldlnifx UootJ IlIgruAIIlynt MM W O Wither on imnvlllo Htreet GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rondyiuaclo clotlilnn when there oIttludliIeruncIn tho price of readyHindu suits nnd a suit nmde to your meuturu token by an nXIIrllllet1 tiillort I have n humlnuine lino of Full and Winter Rood I can make from n low vice noun milt tu TrouIresent In second to none HO RUlL19Y TnllorJHtllllfonl POSTED strictlyiorbldhuntingpatsliiK on our places and will prosecute vi olator to the full extent of the law Krwl VonOruenlgiin Itclchenbneb Hron VonUrullIllollFredK Itolchenbach Josepli lliiljoii M3IfommiulMrLMlIIIIhl Htepheiu fury 1I0lllllllnn JlI1UllhlalUhrhtllln imuicrouMnPendletonW FARM FOR SALE I The fiirni of the late John W Pnlmrr Is for ale mil the underpinned will toke pleasure la thawing It to tiny ono uVmrliitf to purcliano trams Tim harm contain iicr in ml li la iii mini county ic IlllI- r11I1I11UIIon tin HlPlllllOliil t iJllirm IIT plkiMiml li in ahlglutatiof culllvntlon Any our havliiK claim said Ilil imTixMmo llilpreeutthe11t4olto or my attorney I J W 1AlMKH Kxvcutor To Kctlnco My Stuck o- fSPECTACLES I will during the month of August roll ut a discount oil FRAMES ETC mid give the Rime guarantee of sat Ufurtiun as before Unite over Me Ilnlierts Drug Store to 12 M 130 to I r M W N Craig Stanford PUBLIC SALE I will Mll rti pulrfk iiiuttuii nt 1M humf t IS mile Bntt IH HIulord nail a1I from Walnut PlAt mi- VHDNBHTYOOT IIIJIS- eme following dmvrtliMl property Onr liHHtttiK ktovt inrlor organ Iwu room et I coach nfvUiin mtiohlnr rocking chain ami other uriiilurv i 111 table lot oi tluliH nml kitchen furniture tot of WftKon hnriitM oval drill I torn pknler cheek rower It irn Jirllrr I omitting box rornrriMlMNr I trie plow I rultlmtor IMw harrow MiMMHbiit harrow t Uwilrtc oo- 11lOIh uwir and a mtutbr Of other Ikateut good work hunt inllHliI for family nee My family iiMfv HiltnMv for wutmu to itrlvr I milk sew Uirrvl of apple vimgar lot of ultlnclM etc Utck hoW Tiriiu erode kiHiwn on dny of tmle Hale wlllb fflu promptly nt otlnok JT IIINNAMVN p O lre eh rvlll Ky Col J 1 UbiuHlIM Au- ctPUBLIC SALE i lliivIiiE lIvllhllII III rill with my till Iron I will on Till ItHliAY NOV X1WW tollnt public auction at my homo nllhM from Hlmifonl on tm lrNIU i4ky nil of my ptr Jlllllllnllrt1CUIIlIg of ItnyallallkcowC WIIIIIIII Milrii I uy IIUllldlllthlllll ow and l5 n hay III itaok iilxmt rn Imrrvl of ton an ntiork of fiMlilcr n lot of limit I hay lake t mowing iiinrlilnwt l lju drill In cooti riiinilim oru r romcruiliir Iruttlng box nvt of liliickmnltli tool Krtndnit tonu t big plows lilllililo plow npplu mill mute mill lot of Hir lot of trade I mud cniHT lot of old Iron I oooklnit itovts t organ lot of liciuwliolil and kltelmn fund turn tprlug wagon I buggy I twolion Wilson ox WIIKOII yoke ol otvn wheat till t corn khxllcni dinner 11111111 n lot of other thing too nnmrrtiui to mvntlon 111utnIf tin nod under cunli In hand- Over that amount n cn tit of o month with note jmyalilo In the Lincoln County IlItlullllllhllk nl Mtnnforil with 4 Jr cent contrnctwithhll tunrinovlto iKMompllrtl ig proper ty Mule to Uljln promptly ntvoVliHk HIIAH ANDKHHON r O Htanford Ky tldttrerrs illllrae I PRESCRIPTIONS I THREE HonestyAccuracy THINGS 1 Intelligence are a part ofever riJ tion we fill The doctor does not write them down with the other ingredients becalm of n tacit iiiidcreiaiiding that they are to go in nlwnyn and ho I knows they WILL go in when you bring his order to us I Stanford 1 rUg co1 LAST VISIT Dr G Goldstein will visit Stan ford Monday Oct 22 one day onlyat the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Ky Tho value of perfectly fitted glasses with regard to health cnn not be overestimated Their elect upon the ner vous system is directnnd through this indirectly upon the entire organism- A few of the troubles which result directly in this particular are Neu ralgia Sick Hcudnclio nnd fcrvoua ProstrationA mistake is made by most people in putting oh the use of spectacles too long The old advice Dont begin specs till you have to has done a world of harm Anyone can by straining nnd squinting and looking sharp go for n long time without spectacles but he is sowing the seed of destruction in his eyes Consult Dr Goldstein Scientific examinations of the eyes free of charge Office hours from 10 A M to 3 p M nt the St Asaph Hotel Will bo In Stanford for one day only Mon day Oct 22 s Overcoats This t one overcoats tire a little closer fitting sad u littlo thorlor than n year ago which you will see by looking nt our Mock which is complete Vn tho Sur Tout nt 82500 the ChettcrfiuliP 82000 ami all the inwliiun cuts and stylus at 817SO SIt S 10 87BO nml 885 Crnvonctto Uainconts nt 820 1760 8 1C nnd 810 These have lIon selected with iiiiiitual care andto believe will jjlenso you emaal H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY w1wwNr STATIONERY We have just received a new as sortment of Stationery- All the latest styles in Box Paper Tablets and Envelopes Box Paper 5c to 100 Tablets 5c to 25 Cents Envelopes 5 and lOc PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 = t OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J D OWHLET Blanford H SHANKS Stanford 0 W CARTER Turncrivllle W fl OBMMIKK Irechenvllle L O OOOCII Wayneiburg W II TIUTIXIII OlloorU Creek L Uonnrr Lmncntcr W O WAIKKII Stunford J n FotTEK Stanford W II HIIANKH Stanford J II PAXTON Stanford We r iM ctfiilly tollclt the ntcounh of Individual Klrnunnd Corporation Hank nnd llnnkrriinndiiro prtpartil to furnlih nil dJlOlllou such nccommodutloni ni are 1 connlitent with ufo UinkliiK Modern Hafuty Uvpotlt lluxci In our vault for use of our OUltomeu First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Initltutlon wai eitabllibsd aa the Depot Hank of Stanford in 1161 then reorganlied ai the National Dank of Stanford In 18BS and again reorganised at the Flu National Baik of Stanford In 1882 haying had practically an uninterrupted exlitence for 41 It U better supplied now with faclllttei for traniact Ing budnen promptly and well thameTer before In Its long nod honorable career Itcounts of Individuals flduclarlis tad CIfI peritlons Sellcltcd Otlloars tJ DOCKEn Pru- T IARnrrV Irer J J MoRODERTS CbrIW II WKARItNA Ob- raDlrootors Z usld DanyllleIS TDarrll Stanford J Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinneyIM D Elmore S H Baughman Stanford T P nllk Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble J n Baulrhman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford C Y Tate StanfordI I I J r ft STANFOUD KY Or 10 HIOGI LET us order you some engraved calling Carla everything in the latest stylos Pennys Drug Store- PERSr Mns A W CAtiravTBit in vary III Mns STKBLS DAI UY is quite sck H M NKWLAND Is In LodlivJlle 0 business Muss FANNIE GIJMM of Payctto to with Mire Abble Lutua- MR S It COOK und wife of l oxtnr ton are here with rolntlvos bin CURTIS Go v mi of Crab Orchard ti with relative nt Btrmlngluim- MASTKK OK TRAINS W W WIHOHT of Livingston was hero yesterday MR ANTI MRS A J McGuiRB of fayette nro with tho Misses Lutoa Mil II C WRAY spent several days in Louisville on telephone business GIUNVIUK DUNCAN who has boon a Wavorly III Is hero with relatives Du II J BROWN went to Mt Vor non Wednesday on professional bust ness liON G A IACKBY is with his daughter Mm S W Givons at Mid t dlcsboroMRS C YcAflFlt and little son of Canton Mo are with Miss Mary Bruce HON J S OWSLey Sn of Lexing ton is hero with lion J S Owulcy Jr1 And family Mils E T CAHTKU and little Earl of Evansville Ind are with Mrs Ju lia Hughes MR AND Mns T S UOIIINHON of Birmingham nro with Judge Davison and family It C ENOIEMAN JR is in Mercer county assisting Mr Sam Forsytho i handling some horses MRS W II SHANKS spent several days in Madison with her parents Mr end Mrs T E Baldwin MR AND MRS WALTER WALKER left Tuesday for Mississippi on a visit to his father Mr A K Walker MRS JAMES G CARPENTER went to Louisville Wednesday to visit her par ante Mr and Mrs A G Huffman Tim Womans Homo Missionary Society of tho Methodist church will hive an open session Sunday night All are Invited Mrs Coleman secy MR E A HERKIN one of Kockcas ties splendid democrats paid this office a substantial call yesterday while tho guest of his brother Jailer Isaac Her rinJ M JOHNSON of Wnyncsburg was here Monday J M Carter has re turned from Stanford where ho has been on business for several days Somerset Monntaincer MR E A GULUON of Carrollton candidate for superintendent of public instruction was hero Tuesday mingling with our people and made a very favorable imprcslon upon them Tim stork visited tho homo of ItevJ nnd Mrs 0 B Beck at Waco last Wed nssday leaving n beautiful little girl who is being welcomed by a large fam ily connection Richmond Register Miss FRANCES ADAMS who was IIII during nearly all her vacation Is hero and will begin teaching at the Graded School next Monday Mrs W K War nr has filled her position with satisfac tion THE following ladies of the Baptists church hero attended the Conference at Danville yesterday Mes dames Mary Penny Mattlo Nevius J II Nunnolloy W S Denham T D Garland Singleton Miss Ma 2reLOCALS GOLD fish 25c each Stanford Green houses W GENTRY Is building a frame on Depot street tGEO have fresh oysters and celery and tomorrow Mrs W Si HAGKH speaks at the court house next Wednesday 2lth at 130 r M Go and hear him areduo Pleasecity taxes call Hills office and settle Pen tYOUR on Nov 1 R G Jones city Two good cooks for hotel Harrodaburg Good wages Johns long ns you want it Will take whito or colored Write or phono John I Van Arsdall proprietor Commercial Hotel Harrodsburg Ky L t A Supplement eatseetnerl Wo have supplemented our already large stock with recent purchases of tho most sought tor goQile at present Wo mo showing now Plaid Ging hams 10 to SOc Plaid Woolens 2fic to 8100 Plaid Silks 7Bo to 8100 New shades of Brown in Panamas and Broad Cloths New Stripe nod Polka Dot Percales Dozen of other items no much in demand and scarce we have just received and want to show you SEVERANCE 3L SON STANPOR33 i11L11dIH of all kind now on wlo Stln1 dcur1slonHONBY for title J M Ware Stanford It It No1 Phon 72i FOR SLB Good s imlhanded pi nnoelionp Mrs T A Rico Stan 1tord DIAMONDS hi rings in hraoeliM In studs In cull buttons one ut Mu oilersfWANTHnTo buy a few thiiroB a First National Bank stoik Apply a this elites MR E D 1ttYTON sold lib house and lot on Whitley Avenue to Marshal H G Jones for 028 I CORDIALLY Invite the ladles to call and examine my nice line of millinery MooretLosT n largo leather pocket book between Sam Duddcrars and Stanford containing circuit court papers etc Return to this office ItKCKivunof Groat astern Casualty Indemnity Co S283S for Dr A S Price 17 days accident indemnity G Singleton agent STRAYED OR STOLEN A black an white spotted boar weight about 17 pounds Return hog and get reward Lock box 161 Stanford Ky MONEY FOIL TEACHERS Supt Garland Singleton tells us that ho has received a draft for the 1GJ per cent duo the teachers and is ready to pay them SETTLED John Harris Rout color ngno while working for the 1 N at Cov ington settled Wednesday with the company for 1000 AT 715 next Sunday night at the Christian church Mr Noury Knrago zian an Armenian will deliver a free lecture on Tho Turks their Religion noel Customs All are invited to hear him JUDGE HARKR will address the voters of the West End at llustonvillo next Wednesday night at 7 oclock at AI corns Opera House Go nnd hear what this distinguished gentleman has to say about Attorney General Hays charges To TIrE TAXPAYERS OF LINCOLN COUNTYI or one of my deputies will be at tho following places next week to collect taxes Mt Salem Tuesday McKinney Friday Huston villo Wednesday nnd Moreland Thurs day The penalty of six per cent goes to the State this year instead of the shcritT nnd taxes must be paid before Nov 1 to avoid the penalty T J Hill sheriff WRAY On Wednesday Erlanger Moses Wray aged 72 years died of a complication of troubles Ho was a brother of tho late James Wray of this place Mr Wray had been nn invalid for several years having suffer several paralytic strokes Mr Wrays was a splendid man and his death be regretted by all who knew him Ho was unmarried His remains were brought hero yesterday afternoon and Interred in Buffalo cemetery niter short at the grave by Dr W F Vaughan THE following program of the 8th Congressional Teachers Association will be carried out at Lancaster on Oct 6 and 27 Friday Oct 27 1000 A M Invocation Round table Die cussion Topic How strengthen the work of the country school In course of study Supt J W Rowlings In teaching power Supt Garland Singleton In dully program Miss Mlttio Dunn Friday 200 r M music Address The future school system of Kentucky ProC It S Eubank Lexing Address Kentuckys Educational Opportunity Judge J A Sullivan Richmond Discussion of Address es Appointment of committees Friday 730 p H Music Solo by Miss Eliza Ison Address Who make our laws Dr H K Taylor Winchester Music Duet Profs J W Ireland andI 0 B Fallis Saturday 9CO A M Address ChildrenKentuckys Most Valuable Asset J C Lewis Lon don Address An Educational Awaken- Ing Prof M 0 Winfrey Middlesboro Music Reports of Committees Selection of Place of next meeting Adjournment FINE line of harness and saddles just in J C McClary 111 Poit heating stoves go to George Farris Ilea got em HANDSOME China in chocolato sots roses etc at Muellora FOR nmrMcoltagoon Porte m JAvwiuo J C McClary r Lots between T J Hills Sr nnd T D Itaneye on Tuoiday two oltaire diamond rings Roturn to this oflke and receive reward MDglstt Point the Itli Saturday in October at F G Singleton superintendent HON S W HAOBR candidate for Governor will speak In tho Interest of his candidacy at Stanford on Wednes day Oct 21th at IdJO r M and nt llustonvillo at night nt 700 Every body invite- dSrtnxtrraDont forget to hear Judge S W linger candidate for the democratic nomination for governor at the court houso next Wednesday Oct 21 at 130 p It matters not wheth er you are for or against him There are two sides to every question and you should come and hear what he he his to say for himself Stanbt time on this trip and all those desiring glasses fitted by this renowned oculist see him on that day at tho St Asaph Hotel Dr Goldstein says he has done the largest business hero this time in the history of his practice Ho is very popular with our people NOTICE To the Lincoln county policy holders of The Mutual Lifo Ins Co of New York It will be to your interest to confer with me 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 will compose the new board It M New land Agent LONDONInight clothes or half dressed witnessed the worst fire ever seen in London An en tire block turned out The fire started in F B Masons grocery store on Main and Sublimity streets Tuesday night nnd the cause is unknown The county jail caught fire but was finally saved after a score or more prisoners had been liberated The losses will reach far up into the thousands nnd are as fol lows F B Mason grocery store J E Phillips saddle shop J A Gregory restaurant and grocery Mrs L J Williams real estate office Frank Wyatt restaurant and residence A J Howard restaurant store and rooming apartments John Jowdy general store A C Jowdy general store Methodist Episcopal church a handsome brick building Sublimity street was burned out on the west sido to Broadway cluding N Watkins store E J Fords James Hogans barber shop and- everal other smallstores Gov BECKHAMS SPEECH A crowded mouse greeted Gov Bcckham Tuesday and after an introduction by Eld Joseph Severance he spoke for nearly two hours and held his audience spell bound It was one of those dignified elegant speeches becoming the man and the high office he aspires to fill It was free of abuse and clean and clear cut throughout The governor toldor his administration how the State was when ho took charge of the affairs and of its present prosperous condition and gave many reasons why his administra tion should meet with the approval of all right thinking people Ho asked for the support of the voters in his race for U S Senator and told why ho should receive from the temperance people and others their help That ho has done more for the temperance peo ple than any governor in the history of the State none will deny In fact he has done all they nsked him to do and what more could be asked of him 7 Of course it was not expected that his speech would carry tho county for him but we arc confident that the governor made votes for his cause and that his following in Lincoln will be increased peopleorealready preparing to bring Senator Mc Creary here to counteract the effects of the governors visit Underwear ess e These damp cold days call for heavier underwear We have all Tights and styles Union Suits and separate Petite and Vest Our special is the host Vets and Pants to ho lint for 25c Best 50c and 3100 Union Suits in the country The famous SetSnug Punts and Vesta at boo per garment Children Union Suits nt 25 and fiOc bleach and tin blenched medium and heavy weight Coma early while stock is complete MY stock of winter lap robos is Can and see them J C McClary TilE Domestic Sowing Machines InI different stylus for sale at Muellers I DRMRB to sell privately at once one mowing mnohinor W J Aston Stanford H F D No1 ATTENTION IDont fail cull nt Tribblo Ponces and eee their now Fall lines of furniture cnrpsts rugs etc DRATIIB from eating toadstools are reported nearly every day Surely there ought to be some bettor way 1of telling thesis from mushrooms than if they Dill you they are toadstools and if they do not they aro mushrooms Tim famous Brothers Roycr farce frolic Next Door showed at Waltons Opera House last night to n good eized audience but deserved n much larger one It is a clean show and one contin ual laugh throughout The company is composed of an excellent set of gentle men and ladies MATRIMONIAL IM B Suddcth 22 of Martinsvillc Indand Miss Nellie Crane of sameI city were married at the court house Wednesday by Judge R C Warren An Awful Cough Cured Two years ago our little girl had a touch of pneumonia which loft her with an awful cough She had spells of coughing just like one with the whooping cough and some thought she would not get well at all Wo got n bottle of Chamberlains Cough Reme dywhich acted like a charm She stopped coughing and got stout and at writes Mrs Ora Bussard Bruf baker Ill This remedy is for sale by Stanford Drug Co- CHURCH MATTERS Eld J Q Montgomery will begin a meeting of one week at McCormacks church next Sunday Oct 21 i Business was suspended at Carters ville Ga the home of the late Rev Sam P Jones when the body of the evangelist reached there The City Council and about 3000 persons met the body at the station The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon and the body will be taken to Atlanta where it will lie in state in the capitol Friday It will then be taken back to Carters ville for interment Foloys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and expels the cold from the system as it Is mildly laxative It Is guaranteed Do not risk taking any but tho genuine In the yellow package Pennys Drug Store 55ACRE FARM FOR RENT The Hlclinril Collier hire of 63 nuns on tllirIIculllnTlionmi Colllor Houtcrxot Mist A Fine Farm for Sale i wish to sell privately my splendid unit on tlwNouwrsotplkeone tulle from HUm ford It iHcrti of line laud and U well Improved with good twu story brick riildtmcu und nbumlnnt outhouses Nxvir fnllliiK winter Turma reiuonoble For further particular apply to J W UAUGIISIAN Htnnhml Ky Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner f5 Marx you can get such clothes ns this Hart Schailner it Coat readyto wear at an casytopay price there is iWhen for buying off brand1 hand tttiloring perfect style tho little label in the it Three colors Oxford Grey and Tan iFIFTEELL RS S CUMMINS MCLARY STANFORD KY J DONTwait until cold weather forces you to Winter goods Buy now iWeChildrens Underwear for Ladies Union Suits at 50 WinterJand 100 per suit Ladies Vests and Pants at 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 s and Childrens Hosiery in plain fleeced and wool at 101525 40 and 50c per pair Pictorial patterns Eggs taken at highest market price r L M THEY COrDry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD1KENTUCKYIf i lIIIIaIII III II I 111 lie Interior Journal EnUred in the PoitOjfict at Stanford at Mtenddau matter pALIAUOt TVEinAYH ANI rIIDATB AT t PER YEAR CASH fWheD not mo pall JJOO will be charged PARKERSHAIR Cleaner and tmnunet halo IVomote a luiuritnt nnrth to Restore any CsllcCun l FQR SALE I Jlyformof nlxmt Yncr il miles North of on Jmnvlllu pike Kluol watered feel of It t ncnm riwl for wheat Wont to sell at once Will tcorn and hay crop with nlncolf tnUii Intliu noi too days MONKAI Morilniid For Sale Privately undid acres of land situated- Just outside of turn limps on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser and all- aeceaary cellar stableTent s outbuildings Water hydriiijt In the yard knc one for toclc j p BMLKy A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mclioberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building j Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately having determined to quit fnrnilng I will- sell prlrntcly my tarns of SIS urns nenri the lttlt011ti111Pftfwell 1nnvlno3Yl- ike trolll plke UropCOllaleta ot cornIltuoted on andstock Itflncts horsesand onto Will lIlt n bargain It IJIn1 nbuyerin the next or W days 1111 KINO Morelnml K- yINSURANCE lndHtorll1 Life and Accident JlJlST Fire nleRepresented Lowest los and Hate GURranteed se 1urlugItco n1IUnequRllcd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence rhone No 81 BDCARTJERiSuccessor to Bruce k Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men patronage is solicited Horses on commlsaion Btfjck Pope In Connection Two Farms For Sale I wish to sell privately my fnrm of 170 Mros6 miles West of on the Less lugton pIke It Is well Improved und lift plenty of water and timber W fenced end In good refarmAIuo on unimproved of 100 acres and IuJltonncnstcrtying midway iBXton pikes Good outlet men wily Well teucfd Terms reasonable T IHKItlUNU MarkBuury K- yLAND FOR SALE VIII sell privately fit arras of ulna fnrmlm land sltiuaed out from Ijincaster on Iuxlnaton plkenlxiut 10nemaaIntown lim its ISo acres cultivation rent In grass All under good Jent anil bus plenty r Dwelling house Is oututleingsIYIII lit dwelling ilret ofyear should b to heoppndll slnco the city rounril is enforcing time laws lands In tho vicinity of Jinriister has advanced rap- Idly In prlffiiuil good la In great demand W II Most administrator It M MOM niHaster Ky e 1tCC1a y Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Ilaraes Saddlery tic STANFORD KENTUCKY OOco Phone 187 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture Matting3Iluga They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY I u FARMERS DEPARTMENT J H Baughman sold to R C Hock er 40 feeders at 4c J II Uaughmnn sold to Thos Met calf 40 yearling cattle at 3Jc Mack Lytle sold to J W Williams lot of 950pound cattle at 3c Joe Goodo bought of J J Spears 110ISpears J W Williams sold J C Johnson of Boyle 45 200 to 225pound hogs at BJc M J Hoffman sold to D C Allen 32 cattle at 3 to 3GO also 37 hogs to same party at CJc FOR SALE Four good sugar mules and four good feeding cattle S M Owens McKinney At Lexington the Kentucky State Racing Commission met and grantee dates to tho Latonia Jockey Club for a fall meeting next month- J J Spears Jr sold to Albert Skin ncr of Buena Vista 41 acres of corn 20 acres of hemp one stack of hay and four stacks of oats fr 184705 ESTRAYED A yellow spotted cow with one hind leg white to her bodyI left my place Monday Reward for information leading to herrecovery I Mack Bruce At the sale of Mrs Mary C Poland Tuesday feeding cattle brought 405 mule colts 87 to 107 small cattle 38Q heifers 31c calves 1750 Farming implements sold well Although a bad day yesterday there was a very large crowd in attendance at Mr W E Amons sale Cattle brought 401 twoyearold mules 120I weanlingfillyEstimates of the White Burley tobac co crop for 190G place the growing crop at about 185000000 pounds a decrease of 15000000 pounds from last years crop With the residue of the 1905 crop as held by the warehouses of Cincinnati and Louisville and broken and handlers of 25000000 pounds the visibly supply at this time will amount to about 210000000 pounds which is a good average crop Before State raneeCommissioner Prewitt at Frankfort Presides Charles A Peabodyof the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York appeared and answered charges against his administration resulting from the recent dismissal of Col Biscoe Hind man as agent for Kentucky He defended the removal of the latter by stating that no agent could represent the company in getting new business and at the same time be hostile to Its management Col Hindman and an other deposed agent took the stand and gave the other side of the matter Commissioner Prewitt will receive the stenographic report of the testimony by to today and stated that he would make a prompt announcement of his ruling in the matter Gov Luke P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthropist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrates Crab Orchard Water is tho best aper tent known to the medical profccsioi and will cure more diseases than anyone remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil drug gists and country stores Blood Poisoning results from ihronlc constipation which Is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Fills They remove all pols onous germs from the system and In fuse new life and vigor cute sour stomach nausea headache dizziness tad colic without griping or discom fort tic Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Most anything from tommyrot To tale of battles gory- I can peruse but ask me not To read a college story A Badly Burned Girl- r boy man or woman Is quickly out- of pain if Hucklons Arnica Salve is applied promptly G J Welch of ckonsha Mleh says I use it In- my famtl for cuts sores and all skin InJuries and find it perfect Quick est Pile cure known Best healing alve made 250 at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford and Lyno BrosCrnb Orchard According to statistics fer the past hrco decades declared the oldest in mbitant we should hev had a murder in Plunkvillo every second year Well Why man alive we aint had eml A Card This Is to certify that all druggists iro authorized to refund your money if Foloyfl honey and Tar fails to cure our cough or cold It stops the cough heals tho lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures In grippe cough and prevents pneumonia md consumption Contains no plates Thu genuine Is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store A Californian in Washington toldof A K Grim of that State who holds the unusual position of being stronger than any one political party and Independent of all parties Central Kentucky Real Estate ExduflUe TITLE CO bo 23Nice room cotli osml acre of land located about I mile fruiu Kbcldr City The huuw alone coot f We will Mil this place for Hue No 211960 acres 34 tulle tern Junction City rameawfllloK good turn crib- smtkeicuseetc All In goat repair including 33 ncr In an4 21 acres lu cultirj idumsapplaetcA ICIaodhock Kell al Urn eo IMce IJ600 Irlour and Orlt Mill Anderson county Ky barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 yoara ago Steam it ml water power the latter 8 months of the year Ills un upj todate roller mill with burn for corn meal bolt The Isof 1 yeArI runt 14 acres with the mlllinciudlugwb1 Is wltbf the house of 5 rooms All for 83SO or 500 for tho mill and acres Ono half cash Has tine trado No mill In 10 wiles No 2GA farm of 141 acr A haailwme luoJ era t story brick residence nicely furnlthed aodIup to due In ertry particular store room lilac well locatM rents This proptrcy Is close lo acaool In a gooJ eotnuuattyandIone olth nlc 4lplirr ln llncoln county Lugs the plies la well watered anJ tyre nut a on It risonlyghoul 20 acm In culUratlon mutt rust In grin llenivoffruit trntc Tbli Is an Meal Home and a iplcnillJ firm 1rlni rIenable No lSlA hum of acres oxa sod onehalf miles north orilintinTille on the I inrllle pike Two story fume dwelling wren roamt Trrjndt tin young orcnird bearing all kind ol truth well watoreJ never blllng lrlolllt All buildings and fence an In good repair This firm lifltualalin tbe best wrilon of Uncoln county aDd an Idol horns tipIrndM Ire home linrn nod nil other ntceotiry uutbulldlngi No 1ISA farm of xM mere stniite l aliouti mile from Stantotd and 3 ull ftrou Cub Oreha d on the wen of Olir Ue k The plaralt cut shout 118ldl ant anbeaub About teI Ices Is In cultlraUon timber tulBclenl to kwp upI One and unehtlf awry frame dwelling o- fvnomehallrporchseetc Two goal ice bouMv turn granrryi corn crlli etc Ilict If well water two good cistern at the doorf running stream through lane All buildings In good shah rxtvpt ono turn fencing fair Trice 3h3leracre T rlICUT No 76GO acre of land near Junction CilycuUn seree field V acres In cultlralton gru a nlte young orchard and ooe of tbe Lest gripe bar bon In Kentucky Party sold pounds of grapea lut year watered and fencing good Wore to school and churches A two tuy U room frame dwelling good burn crib etc all In goo1 repair lrlc f3t W No ToatoretrllDe dwelling of adz room two halla at door and all other outbuilding Also large blackiinlth shop and ihedi loll length of shop and 10 feet wide Thli property will be sold at a Terr low price No Ill Two hone and lots situated In Crab Orchard with land onehalf acre of land at ached Iloth are frame e ottage one consisting of S and the other ol 3 roam Stale two spring tic The building are new anti tbe fencing It ordinary Two good garden anti Ore acres la pasture wm11 each plies elrtel-rtlra whole Price on the property ai a whole 11300Nol3Sacre ofland In tbe town limit of Rowland about it acre bottom land and M acres In woodland The p1t well fenced mod water ed water wotki well and cittern I story frame rooms hall vernd back porch lutu mer kitchen and good cellar Uood barn and all other necessary outbuilding Including crib ninety etc In good repair fencing In Seat clas order ill wire feet This It a beautiful place a dealrable horns close to town and will tell cheap ono on easy terms No 21731 acre farm In I wile of Phil story 6 room dwelling ears boun rooks bouw well house crib eta All tbe buildings and fencing fair condition Boat apple orclurd about 73 acres In cultlratlon ml In timber Watered by a falling well and water South Fort 111 abet 0 No 98 A farm of iilout IW ncre on one ot the t turn In lh rouutr A handsome story frnmdweltingnadoneotthlnrtet and beet barn In the county This pine la well watered rind ererylblng about It Inrludirc fenc log laiD splendid In u good community- do to schools nnd utoul minutes dries from Stanford This n rery dnlnible home Trice 13o AND ucrrir ONE YEII FOR Few people In the United States have not heard of the 3curter Journal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all Ibtng It Is essentially u family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of for tbe WEEKLY COUBIEROUKNAL year and this paper for tbe price named above Send your subscription for the com blnatlontout aot to tu Orsrler Journal Blue Grass Farm for Salel UH titllon West nlKii nml UnrixMi tare Htnllon con tltm of mere ut rich blue gnus luMiip or tobacco limit nil In 0111lIlhTho fnrm lays nlmod In 111lullro iiMKli In tints Tluru lire thaw lutrn I goal ttiluicoo Uirn t Ktnliloii Ifiititit houto giiodwntorliioviry Hold Alx HprliiKi IIt Ktrvimi running thorough whole trunk I NTnIIFI tRrMNTIII lliitiiiivllli Ky Notice of Electionl Uomilar April term fleet Mncnln County KNiiiltoiirt init pursunnl lu inlliiurntniiit this l heel Irtvtuiit Hon It C Wnr run JUhrIflltllllll with tint iilliiwlim Jm tlcas of Xiuiiti wlt II It Atliini lV M lliiitilinirniiil W U Viillln It wan mural l vji tlfi M IHKlilcrnr HivomUtt liy JintUo W U Unllln Unit the followlnit action Iw taken by title inurt Th PR mm jury of Mlicoln ronnty at the last term of time IlniHln circuit court hav log rvcninnuiuKtl n iww ioiirtlioii for Lincoln CUll mid It aiHHirlng to the ant- tahartiooof tills court tlnit thv fotirlhiium1 now In rasa U ininufi limdoitiuti1 fur Ihp- publlconveudancend the pnoerviitlon of thu niul wl tlnit tilt tllil of 1I1nll ausgiiti tin1 RIIIII ties Miry to build a flaw vourthouM and It In further ortleml Hint an fliviloii IK hiUIHiul oiHiml nt tlir MVuntl Voting prvvlncl In Lincoln county on the Mil tiny llf NOWIUloT rlwtlhaday Of tilt next iiiu nJlIrflJlrlulloliIIIlegal votnr of Ltnvolu tuunlylur their up ln81 ur beaters lh licrllf of Lltipolnrfmnty UdliwtiMto mlvvrtlM until plwtlon Stir nt Iciist di nixt Iron time dILl ttwrwit Id tin IKTR IIIIIK Jin KSVI news mMr IwlitR tit only mw uiwr putdliwI 1111110111101111 n Ihf 0 Ira uf lIulI un ililvelsl- ot tut hold the aka tluu 1t11 the mute hallo that tlnr Hr rv nln l to huhl elrctlune fur rfinilly oats r whlih Hlwllun shall Is hold comluutetl in all rcepaels as raharwl hy the Ktntml electlnu law fore III dale MtHtf at tit tlniK tin xami U liild The clerk of tin Lincoln county court slush rnue to Iw print l on the olllelal Imllots to lie used III sail fItOlldii the wonl dud llg un Are you in fuvorof nil npproprlannn iHViurorlmtlilliiKa new coin home for Lincoln count fill huvatwomilieus UM n the right of om for voters favoring the npproprlatlon to ileilgnutiHl liy tI word Kiiii one for voter opM lng tin iimiroprliitlon to de lKiintnlliy the wont All ntnl salt Clark hall Mihl led lot In till other cis na nijulnM liy Iii llVof the Kentucky Htntute In tlieexent Unit the renulnlte munl T uf it gal uhl1Ilt 1IIOolllloUIl1 Vult In favor or old nppro rrludlon it that tide court oauw the 11 of Lincoln county to the amount of JHi ilol pninnili xeput and tasuetl on prinltslunits under the neal of the county to Iw ulRiutl till RldlnKludceof tm 1IIIollloUIIIollrtllltl h the clerk of said court NaIlouoltheilnteof luimewltli tit 111011 of mylnK Mime In yours from date which IMIIUI shall tint Ulir e greater nile of Intent tlinii t lr twntrtarannutst isaynht Iy nt Lincoln to Sill Ibmk tll1l1fonlIII Interest It11hen5 Khali IK nttnched to mild Land stgnwl hy the clerk of the lliuiilii iiiitnty court wed liondmihull lie iKiied In denomination of Im The ayes and anym were nillnl on Mild motion fUll the iuime wee vnlIngforrunannmrlgW M of thlH lunly tsa 4 = jut- sttolWktIatI o n tClOIII t 011l County Klwnl Cinrt liy K Pennlniiton D 0 Notice hentliy given that In ot ml le new toaUiveonlerof the Lincoln county Klanil Court mlopteil April t lea which order U made of this notlie liy rtfvtenco nn election will Iw lucid dud n poll at tin evi rnl votluR pn ellicU of LliirolU county on the 6th icy of Novemln IuM for the purp e of sul mlttliiir to tho hllIl- voter of Lincoln county the proposition wllltlwr or not themn or IKVii ahull rap proprlnted for of liulldlna new Ihllur1lcourt baue which l10C lion will hot hull In all renixct IIa rr Ulnd liy law mat mild orderT J IIIIU HherltT Lincoln Uounty Gut Your Feed Grind Your Corn Pump Water Saw Wood USE TilE HAGAN GASOLINE ENGINE They are the simplest and best SIZES 2 TO 50 HORSEPOWER Hagan Engine Co Winchester Ky HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal The Interior ONLY 150 of- llustutsrllklltdIaCommit FROM Gas Journal PARKERS HAIR BALSAM drum rod beauties tho halt a Ittsurltnl cruvth drayhairCum dli Met a hiilr IkUloc 5Iedtiiuat lrurl NEW LIVERY STABLE BUSSB ft CLASES01T Fren fUNCTION CITV KY riritOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and flay For Sales COO S GUARANTEE CUREr Hone flptivln blood ipnvlu cnpped hock lump jnw Hpllnt spring tendon sweeny thorouglipln warts henves niul pull evil JOIN COOK Htnnford Ky Blue Grass Farm For Sale I I desire to neil prlvntnly my farm of 175 ncritx III the Ved fronting on tho Illnckplku mid two miles grout Hustonvlllu Kiirm Is tn uxculluut atntu of cultivation Includ II awl reaiden0n a nix und In good ropulrtwo oxlra good stock hums lu splendid condition Farm has lower falling water cistern at roe Idunca and Imrn Farm will ho sold on enN terrns Hf e or write to ino at Htnnford or MaKlnnu Ky IlUDAUUUMAK 1 IMr ICwtng Yonag Stontfoet ilL Cured Ly Zino Mar Sla YcarTerroat anti Humiliation ZEMOPOSITIVELY CURESANY OF SKIN OR SCALP DISEASE READ MR YOUNGS LETTER I E W Rosa MEUICISK Co SU Louis Mo STOXEFOUT ILL April 30 1903 plcturobeforedoctored this casa of Acne for six years and spent several hundred dollars with physicians anti specialuM The more salves and creams 1 used the ElghtbottlesanyAmA 1r JJ QUARANTBCD AND BOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD I have just received n BIG LOT of time above stoves and am now ready to furnish youjmo lit n rciisonnlilo figure o4 GEORGE M FARRIS o The Bride Will Rejoice At the presents she receives no matter what they may lcf or where they curio from lint if you wish to he sure thut your offering will receive tie admiring attention of everybody got it nt n jewelry store Then you are SUItE to bo right You CANT go wrong by giving jewelry Anil you CANT go wrong if you get it here Everything we show you would do credit to yourjudgnldnt anil good taste Wo can interest you at a dollar or so or as high as you core to go in figures Always trust to us to have the right goods E H MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Prices Right on Cooking and Heating Stoves at Geo D Hoppers Stan fora Ky Hardware Queensware TinwareGro ceries Field Seeds CIAll sizes sewer pipe justi received 1 J P i3tt