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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 23 1906 NO 63 CHURCH MATTERS Rev L Ah Omor Is preaching nt Mt Moilnh n tow nights this week Mr W D McDonald of Alum Springs preached at Walnut Flat Sun day morning and evening- In tho meeting ot Olive church held by Rev U II Noel 10 additions have been added to the church Rev L C Kelley will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morning n and evening All members are re quested to be present Inns 10100 Fayetteville ArkI News of Oct 10th aays Those who attended Mrs Princess G Longs song recital nt the opera house last night were most royally entertained much so that all with one accord pronounced it with the Bwcetefct and most beauti ful singing over listened to by Fay cttevllle audience It was soul stirring and inspiring clear as a bell and us audible as a recitation or reading nnd those of our musicloving people who missed the opportunity of hearing Mrs tang missed the treat of their life for we doubt if her equal is to bo found in this or any other country Mrs LongI has a handsome and most pleasing dress and a voice so sweet clear and Itull of volume that her hearers nreI captivated and carried away and held spellbound aa it were under a magnetic x wcrful influence Wo hope Mm long will again apcar before n Fayette vllle audience in which event we bo love tho opera house would be packed to overflow At Waltons Opera House Friday Nov 2nn- lOTTENHEIM Albert Dishon sold a cow to M F Johnson for fib There is a great complaint made about damaged corn in this section caused by tho recent wet weather Joe Lawson bought a family mare oCI James Dychouse White Davis have on exhibition in their store a Board that is on tho colossal order Wo wont say how lojig It is for fear our word will bo disputed but come and see 11 Eld J G Livingston closed his meet ing at Iino Grovo with 12 additions nine by baptism and threw by letter Although the weather was inclement during tho enUro meeting there seemed to be a great interest manifest ed all along Master Johnny Harris who has butt quito sick with typhoid fever is much improved Ephraim James has been on tho sick list but is somewhat im proved W G James has moved to May wood where ho will work on the railroad section Chas Ensslin is moving his mill back to tho old stand near this place Joseph Martchbank who has been making his homo In Cleveland 0 Is visiting relatives in this section Jas Livingston and T C Manuel paid Somerset a flying visit last week Tho farmers have been making good uSO of the recent tine weather in sowing wheat and doing general farm work Result or Neglect- In most cases i onsumption results from a neglected or linproixjrly treated cold Foloys Honey and Tar cures the ni6st obstinate coughs and prp wvents serious results It Costa you no morn than tho unknown prepara lions nUll you should Insist upon hail tho genuine tit the yellow package Pennys Drug Store CORNS CunEDCorn Exit will post tively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottlo of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Wounds Bruises and Burns By applying an antiseptic dressing D to wounds bruises burns and like In juries before inflammation sets Intlioy may be healed without maturation and in about onethird the time required by tho old treatment Tills Is tho greatest discovery and triumph of modern surgery Chamberlains Pnln Balm nets on this sumo principle It Is an 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 bottle of Pain Balm In your homo and it will savo you time and money not to men then tho inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail Fur sale by Stanford Drug Co Something now for n fad said the manager A fur garment for house lounging Ought to hit tho ladies ch- It might responded tho proprietor doubtfully if we had a good catchy name for IL I hayo it The eakimonal NEWS NOTES Klbcrt Hargls John Smith and John Abner were released on 10000 ball at Jackson Dr W M Fuqua died at Jonesboro Torn Ho was a practicing physician Hopkinsvillo nnd was wellknown In the South having served as a surgeon in the Confederate army George Morris and his son Jackson Morris were killed near Vevuy Ind In n fight with a neighbor George Morris shot and killed his son while endeavoring to kill the young mans ad versaryAt one of tho largest coal deals in tho history of Hopkins county was made when tho Itoyul coal mines near there were purchased by tho Chesley Coal Company which bid 175000 for them- Appointment of a commision to in vestigate tho fire which destroyed a Birmingham Ala hoarding house cremating 10 persons has been asked by the Sheriff The conscnus of opin ion is that tho blaze was of incendiary originAfter deliberating 32 hours tho jury at Findlay 0 in tho case of tho State of Ohio against tho Standard Oil Company of Ohio returned a verdict of guilty on the charge of conspiracy against trade in violation of the Valentino antitrust law Sam Lewis who escaped jail at Har lan two weeks ago has been located at Seattle Wash Sheriff Ward of lIar lan has been notified that Lwis Is in Washington Lewis was under a son for life imprisonment for tho murder of John Blair A special ordinance may bo necessary in order that tho city of St Louis may sell to Lawrence Jones of Louisville a maro now being used to draw the city ambulance Mr Jones has offered 1000 tor the animal nnd will use it to complete a fourin hand team Elbert Hnrgis Indicted for complicity in the murder of Dr B D Cox was arrested at Jackson and lodged in jail Judge HIdden declined to servo in the preliminary hearing and tho accused will remain in jail pending the appoint ment by tho Governor of a special Judge to try tho case The Court of Appeals in deciding a case appealcd from Kenton county In volving tho construction of a New York statute held that the surplus of a life insurance company belongs to the in dividual Policyholders anal cannot be kept in the control of the officers for speculative or other purposes Simple and brief services over tho body of Mrs Jefferson Davis were held in New York City Among tho wrc strewn on tho casket was one fro President and Mrs Roosevelt I scort ed by an artillery company and tho band from Governors the was conveyed to the railroad ferry e route to Richmond Va Tho baby of an unidentified but well dressed Negro was found hanging to a tree on the farm of Horace Coleman evlIdontlycould Identify the Negro but his de scription tallies with that of Jesse Coe n Negro who shot a policeman recently in Indianapolis and for whoso arrest a reward of 700 had been offered After n conference with tho President Attorney General Moody gave out n statement serving the railroads with notice that the Government will defend the constitutionality of tho em plovers lability act in tho first test cases brought Tho action is taken as a result of tho recent meeting in Lou ijvillo at which railroad attorneys banded together to break down the law in questionAt Henry Clnytcr the Negro who eloped to Chicago III with Edna Gardner a sixteen year old white girl of Irvington somo time ago was given a 20year sentence in tho Eddyville penitentiary by n jury In tho Breckenridge Circuit Court The jury was out only about three minutes be fore returning a verdict Clayter uji until two days ago was confined in tho Louisville jail for fear of mob violence Orders will bo issued within a few days for tho withdrawal of all but 500 of tho marines now In Cuba They will bo replaced by additional levies of troops drawn from this country until tho total force in Cuba numbers about 7000 Brig Gen Bell chief of staff probably will bo withdrawn from Cuba within a month or two All of tho war ships In Cuban waters except two or three of tho small cruisers are to bo ordered away at onc- eNothing to Fear Mothers need have no hesitancy In continuing to glvo Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their little ones as It contains absolutely nothing inju rious This remedy is not only per fectly safe to give small children but Is a medicine of great worth and mer it It has a worldwide reputation for its cures of coughs colds and croup and can always bo rolled upon For salo by Stanford Drug Co PREACHERSVILLE Rigsby Bros sold 20 yearlings to J L Hutchins at 3Jc Richard Pettus sold his fine stallion Naboth to u Stanford man for a fancy price J M Cress sold somo 800lb cattle to John Stephenson lit Sic a bunch to W P Grimes at 3c and one dollar per head extra also bought 300 barrels of corn of different parties at 150 In the heap John B Anderson bought a mule of Mr Stewart for 58 Wm Coldiron bought some corn of Levi Bell at 200 Stamp Turpins field of corn on Silas Andersons place is the best In thisI neck of tho woods nine shocks making 12 barrels with chances for n bet ter record yet Mrs N J Horton raised a sweet potato over 15 inches in length John B Anderson sold some corn at 200 in field F F Cummins is building a barn J F Shaw our boss carpenter is doing a lot of nlco house repairing for Mr McAlister E R Holtzclaw bought a bunch of hogs of S D Carpenter for 58T to 0 W D Elmoro bought H bunch of calves of J M Cress at 1050 B T Lunsford sold his Dix river farm to u mountain man at 25 per acre Rev John C Carmical who was pastor of tho Baptist church hero for f the lost six years died at his home at Mt Vernon Thursday last of old age and troubles incident thereto Ho had been in poor health for some time andc on account of his inability to fill his appointments here he tendered his resignation four months ago He also hadcare of the MU Vernon Baptist church Rev Carmical was born May 7 1838 in Pulaski county close to where Somerset now stands lie enlisted in the Union army at tho outbreak of hostilities was in hospital a long spell with smallpox He was honorably discharged in 1863 and settled in Mt Vernon where he married Miss Harriet Ferguson who still survives him To this union eight children were born a fivo of whom are still living C K and W Carmical his sons his daughters Mrs Kittio Smith Mrs Sallio Sownrd and Mrs Nannie Harp Ho had been a minister for 35 years Ills burial was conducted by all denominations for ho was a friend to all His Bible which ho loved so well was placed in his hands and hurried with him May his family his friends and all so live thatI when they have come to tho chilly stream of death may like him speck words of hopo and cheer to those who are left behind The Ancestral Ascent Grandpas portrait stern and grim rowm dim Twenty years ago New art grandpa skyward sent gloomnInto mothers room Mother got tho Gibson craze Drawing bought galore And the friends of former days Climbed another floor Georgic entered Yale this fall And poor grandpas phiz Giving place to flag and ball In the garret is A tether at 70 My mother has suddenly been mad o young at 70 Twenty yenta of Intone sutic ring from dyspepsia had entirely disnbed her until six months ago when sho began taking Kiectrio Hitters which have completely cured her and restored tho strength and activity she had in the prime of life writes Mrs V L Gllpntrluk of Danfurth Mo Greatest restoration medicine on the globe Sots Stomach Liver and Kid noys right purifies tho blood and cures Malaria Biliousness anti Weak ness Wonderful Norolonlc Price 50o Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Memorial services for helate Mrs Jefferson Davis were held in New Yor City jointly by the congregation which sho belonged and by the No York Chapter Daughters of tho GonI federacy Sick Headache Cured Sick headache Is caused by derange ment of tho stomach and by Indigos tion Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets correct theso disorders and etlcct a cure Hy taking those tablets us soon as tbo lint Indication of tho disease appears the attack may bo warded oil Get a freo sample and try them For sale by Stanford Drug CotHenry K opt Tampa Flu writes loan thank God for my present health due to Foloys Kidney Cure It is a pleasure to recommend it those needing a kidney medicine Pennys Drug Store pOnce I loved a lady editor Was your love returned 7 Yes with the usual regrets HUSTONVILLEI Judgo era House tomorrow night at 7 oclock Como and hear him Dr Ed Alcorn and J W Hocker spent Sunday with H H McAninch at MiddleburgSam sold a good horse to Jerry Cravens of Danvillo for 130 and a pair of aged mules to Jeff Fox for 240 George Wilcher of near Mt Salem while hunting squirrels was accidentally shot in tho foot and to save his lifo It is thought amputation will be necea saryE C Hopper went to Cincinnati Monday to attend the Latonia races In tho interest of tho San Francisco racecourse The directors of this associa tion decided to hold their meeting 150 daysII H McAninch sold Jerry Owens 20 1200pound cattle at 4c Dude Jurman bought the IGacre tract belonging to tho late Mrs Mary J Huffman for 31 000 This was nn advance of 89 over the highest price recently bid All parties desiring tho receipt for making tho Diffeo liquid soap should callon Lee Edrington Tho general and county agents who have been here or tho post two weeks will move their headquarters to Stanford this weektMrs Rachel Weathcrford widow of Mr Arch Weatherford formerly of our and highly connected here died in Louisville on tho 16th Sho was the mother of Capt Henry Weatherford of tho Louisville firo department Her death was due to tho infirmities of old ago and comes after a long illness- C W Adams who has been in Lou Isvillo for some weeks undergoing an operation has returned home much im proved Miss Bcttio Logan is back from a visit to Louisville friends D C Allen our livo stock dealer has bout regained his former prosperous avocation and shipped to Cincinnati car of butcher cattle for which he paid 31c and three cars of hogs at 5I to 6r J F Francis of Lancaster spent Sunday hero Miss Ada Alcorn goes to Chicago today to be the guest of her sister Miss Mattie Miss Mellie hopper will entertain this afternoon from 3 to 5 A kitchen shower of generous proportions at tho home of Mr and Mrs F M Wart was given in honor of Mr Mrs Jones Baughman Jos Ave ritt and wife of Bradfordsvillc were the guests of relatives here Sunday The sudden death of Mrs G W Bur ton Friday of blood poison was a se yore blow to the numerous friends and relatives of the deceased Sho leaves a husband and 10 children six of whom arc under 10 years of age to mourn the loss of a loving and patient mother Her remains were laid to rest in the cemetery hero Saturday in tho presence of a large concourse of sorrowing rela tives and friends Mr Goff Park a capitalist of Cincin nati largely interested in Colorado gold and silver fields and Joseph Hemmel and George Goode of Covington are prospecting in this vicinity and have been for some days They speak en couragingly of some Kentucky pros pects and have secured ledge samples from which an assay will bo made upon theirreturn to Cincinnati They are guests of Mayor J P Goode who ac companies them to Casey county this week where they will try their luck with tho finny tribe Tho girls today are not like those To whom wo used to kneel You never see one goodness knows Heartbroken oer Lucille a p Danger from the Plague Theres grave danger from the plaguo of Coughs nnd Colds that are so prevalent unless you take Dr Kings Now Discover for Consump tion Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls Forest City Mo writes Its a Godsend to people living iiiclimatcR whore coiijjhs and colds prevail I find It quickly ends them It prevents pneumonia cures LaGrlppo gives layostrongwenough to word Coughs and Colds 0o and 81 Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Trial bottlo free e p When a woman marries a millionaire and the man she loves It seems tho climax of cupidity to want her exhus band to continue to pay her allimony Mrs MaddenBell insists that John E Madden continue to pay tho 3000 a year alimony ullowcli by the Ohio courtIAdvice to Housewives No home Is so pleasant regardless of tho comforts that money will buy as when the entire family is In perfeo health A bottle of Orlno Laxatlvet Fruit Syrup costs 50 coats It will cure every member of the family of constipation sick headache or stomach trouble Pennys Drugstore The Emporium at Hustonville- Is Lifting the Lid in Prices Of late there has been much talk about the LID We ariso to a point of order AND lift the LID on CLOTHING and SHOES Notwithstanding the advance in nil leather etockthero is NO ADVANCE IN OURSTOCKt Come and bo convincedRClothing Our stock is largo and complete Material patterns and style can not la onlyOuroverstocked for this market so uric mistake is your GAIN Slioes Our reputation is well knowa in this tine for handling and selling good SHOES It you have never tested a pair you are the loser and not wo Come and Be Convinced Our Millinery stock is always full and complete Listen 25 per cwt lower than any city Give you the advantage of the latest Parisian styles Wo searched the market nod give you tho benefit Come and he convinced- In every department our stock is full timid complete in Ladies and Chil drens Cloaks Dry Goals Dress Goods Underwear and Notions Every for Full mud Winter Wear We can do you good Como and see CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Ky JUST RECEIVED A New Lot of Plaid Suitings Only 20c Per Yard 1 LsiiCrab r A Large Consumer of Coal will find it is to his intercatto consult us before buying Wo have the most o complete line of Coal ever carried in Lincoln county It h nicely screened burns well and will plenso you Why Not Try a Sample Load riaa W BEBDENHAM Say dont you think this Shower = Bath would be fine on a hot 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 Satisfactionyo guaranteed S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky t Tiuncr nod Plumber w r I f The Interior Journal E C WALTON t M F NORTH t li n candidate lot lleprewntntlveof Uncoil county RUhJvct to the action Dame l i eratlcparty J T ROBERTS r It n cnn Hdale for MnRtstrnte In tho Crn Orelmnl to the j action of thedeluucnttlcln- rlyDemocratic TicketF- or Congrfii HARVEY HELM t of Lincoln county IT is said that Mrs Jefferson Davi Was supported in the last years of hoi life by Josoph Pultizer tho great newspaper man who kept her fron thinking she was tho object of charity by paying her liberally for what she wrote whether ho used it or not IC The story is true the South owes Mr Pulitzer a debt of gratitude it ought to strive to repay Mrs Davis had in deed a strange career As the wife oi a Senator from Mississippi and of n Secretary of War and of the President of the Confederate States sho occu pied a prominent place in the politico social life of her period but after the ficivil war she submitted to tho decrees of fato without struggle or repining and made no effort to influence or mingle with the social and political life of the new era THE Democratic Committee of Trim ble county has announced that no money or whisky will be allowed used in the primary on November 6 in that county and that it will not certify the returns for any candidate who uses illegitimate means to win This is an example worthy of emulation and all commen dation If the other 118 counties of tho State will follow suit and see that none is allowed to vote who is not en titled and then that every vote is counted as cast we shall have a pri mary of the kind that it should be and one that will redound to the good of the party JUDGE GALLOWAY of Bowling Green denied the injunction sought against the Democratic primary set for Novem ber 7 holding that a candidate for United States Senator could be selected by a primary as well as any other officers Ho also said that as the chair man ot the Executive Committee had agreed to give so wide publicity to the recision of the rule requiring voters tt state how they had voted for Congress as had been given the rule itself that this was sufficient and no injustice would be done because of the complaint on this score SWITCHMEN do not seem to be a very large cog In the running of railroads but they cannot operate without them October 25 is the day fixed for a threatened strike of the Railroad Switcfimens Union of North America heJJitchmen demand an increase wages an day and a re 1 class atlon of day and night work ore The extreme activity on all the railways makes the time chosen for a stoppage an element of great pressure upon the manager No man has grown faster or better a in public estimation than Judge S W Hager since he began to prosecute his canvass for Democratic nom nation for Governor Ho has made aclean cut gentlemanly campagin and everywhere he has been he has made votes for the Democracy He is one of the purest men in public life and when his ambition to be Governor of Kentucky is realized he will make an executive officer of whom the whole State will bo proud IN a Chicago court in her breach of promise case the plaintiff testified that few single men know how to kiss I should have known Mr Dooling was married by the way he kissed me Mar ried men know how to kiss better than single men Their kisses arc longer and more heartfelt Thats what weve been telling em all the time IF it takes the singing of hymns to prepare jurors to convict trusts as it did in the case of the oil trust at Findlay Ohio let us hope that all jurors will learn music sufficiently to enable them to sing with heart and understanding when they are charged with the enforcement of tho law as to these cormorants NEWS come from IndoChina that the King had one of his wives killed and cooked for dinner which he enjoy ed with great relish There are times in every married mans life when ho wishes ho was king of the Cannibal Islands and could dispose of his wife by eating or otherwise THE decision of the curt tf Appeals that the surplus of company belongs d the Individual polf cyholder and canno be k in control of tho oflleerifor i eculatWe or otbprPl1rl l will If npnrovodJby lhe JpiJ 6aut pUtMtytfpJjWWl Iars into Th estates of thoinsur r S j J t is just two weeks today till the IITtaps for the entries in tho primary race Hager is favorite both with tin voters and tho bookies and wo bo hove ho will win hands down To use a well worn expression things look mighty good to u- srteu POLITICAL Charles F Murphy the Tammany leader was before the grand jury ir New York for 13 minutes After hi was questioned subpoenas were issuer for half a dozen other persons includ ing Representative Goulden and Willlarr Astor Chanler Joseph Ralph Burton former United States Senator from Kansas will begir serving his six months sentence at Ironton Mo on Monday next He will be accompanied to fronton by Mrs Burton who will remain in that town until her husbands release In an interview at Chicago Gov Vardaman of Mississippi stated that if he succeeds In election to the United States Senate ho will make a fight there for the repeal of tho Fifteenth amendment to the Constitution giving tho Negro equality as a citizen At the first session of the Worlds W C T U meeting in Boston a resolution was adopted asking President Roosevelt and Secretary Root to renew the suggestion once made by the President and the late Secretary tiny that Great Britain and the United States join in presenting the other nations n treaty forbidding the sale of opium or intoxicating liquors to uncivilized na tionsThe court of appeals reversed judg ment of the Kenton circuit court in the case of Yates County Clerk against McDonald Democratic county chairman of Kenton county in which it was held that the name of Judge Mat L Har beson appointed Circuit Judgcby Gov Beckham should go upon the ballot to be voted for in the November elec tion and remands it with directions not to place the name upon the ballot With election day only two weeks distant the campaign in New York State continues to be more active and more interesting Both Mr Hughes the Republican candidate for Governor and Mr Hearst the Independence League and Democratic candidate made extended speechmaking toun the past week and will continue tc make such speeches from now on until the Saturday night before the election Here and There At Broadhead tho general store of John Rohens was burned The loss Is 4000 with 2000 insurance Reports from Letcher county Indicate that another outbreak of the feud between the Brown factions is immi nent and it is said that both sides are heavily armed and watching for tho other One of the Brownsshot and wounded a man in the opposing faction Three trainmen were killed in a wreck on the Mountain Central rail road a timber line operated by private parties when the engine and five cars left the camp near Campton Several others were injured The engineer and conductor were crushed and scalded under the engine The new inheritance tax law of Ken tucky will be operative for the first time in the case of Louis Militz an aged miser who died in Louisville leaving an estate valued at 15000 It is said that the inheritance tax and delinquent city county and State taxes wIn reduce tho estate to 12000 Gen Grosvenor will not be in tho next House having been ingloriously turned down but he is evidently after an office of some kind as he has given President Roosevelt the most flattering personal assurances in a White House interview that ho is in favor of a third term Tho experiment would be likely to result in defeat and political parties are taking no more chances than they can help As to Mr Roosevelt while it is customary to speak of him as the most popular man in the country ho did not poll two years ago after theI people had had some experience with him in his present office the eight per cent increase over McKinleys vote in 1900 which the growth of population would afford to say nothing of winning new recruits from the other party An Awful Cough Cured Two years ago our little girl had a touch of pneumonia which left her with an awful cough Site had spells of coughing just like one with the whooping cough and some thought she would not get well at all We got a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Reme dy which acted like n harm She stopped coughing and got stout and at writes Mrs Ora Bussard Bruf baker 111 This remedy is for salo by Stanford Drug Co J WANTED Two good cooks for hotel Harrodaburg Good wages Job as long as you want it Will take white or colored Write or phono John I Van Aredall proprietor Commercial Hotel Ilurro sburg Iy 4Poloyfs ftrih Tar cLs the 11101 abitinulo coUgjib and extols hie cold joss the syhlom as is mildly i atlte It Is o not rHwtakiiii aalbp54 9JgallInt In JGs Storet IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES At Lnncaater Fred Foohlor an aged citizen of tho Paint Lick section diedI at his home in that vicinity At Harrodsburg in the suit of Mrs Emma Brewer against the Southern Railway for 22000 damages for injuries sustained while in a rail road wreck at Shelbyvillo last November the jury gave a verdict for5 000At Barbourville Judge James D Black and Judge James It Gilbert and John R Bailey of Baileys Switch have organized tho RichlandJcllico Coal Company with 16000 capital stock Coal mines will be opened pn the Lou isville Nashville railroad On Monday afternoon a South bound train on tho L N struck tho rem end of Mrs Alice Joslins buggy at Prices crossing throwing her and hot little daughter some distance inflicting painful wounds on Mrs Joslins head andabout her chest The little girl was not badly hurtLancaster Rec ordA telegram from Covington states that ht H Holliday the Deputy Col lector and his brother Tobias Holliday a member of the posse which raided n moonshine still in Perry county last spring and engaged in a big tight in which two of tho Sloan boys alleged moonshiners were killed were ac quitted on the charge ofmurder At Lebanon last week the suit of Herman Moritz to recover damages to the amount of 900 against Annie Lan dy was decided in favor of the plaintiff This suit was the result of a verdict rendered several months ago in the Marion circuit court for tho plaintiff Herman Moritz against Annie and Sam Landy for false imprisonment The jury gave 2500 At Lancaster various fevers have prevailed to an unusual degree for tho last few months Tho family of the late Deputy Marshal George Pollard has had three cases of typhoid fever with one death The Vanderpool family in an adjoining house have had several members sick of the same ma lady and Leonard Pollard living about five miles north of Lancaster reports nine cases MATRIMONIAL Albert T Linney of Danville and Miss Gladys Moore of Junction City were quietly married last week In Lex ingtonMr R M McQuerry and Miss Mag gie Roberts two popular young people of Garrard county were married al Paint Lick lUst week At Richmond Robert Turpin the wealthiest former of Union City this county and Mrs Della Parks of the same place prominent in society circles were married Salt Lake City and immediate territory was swept by a severe windstorm that wrecked many buildings The Utah Packing Companys plant was de stroyed by fire causing a loss of 250 000At Lexington Mrs Jean Warren Hutchison wife of the wellknown oro ceryman John Hutchison filed suit for divorce asking for the restoration of her maiden name alimony and the return of her wedding presents valued at 500 The troubles of the Hutchisons who are society people have been u subject of social gossip for some monthsThe following invitation has been received by friends here Mr and Mrs D S Johnstone re quest the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter Grace Owen to Mr Ernest D Davis and Charlotte Brookshire to Mr William M Brown on the evening of Wednes day the seventh of November nine teen hundred and six at six thirty o clock First Christian church Ponca City Oklahoma 55ACRE FARM FOR RENT The Itlchnnl Collier film of U ncrei on eUur Crvek near W T Tucker For lurr tlculnra sea Tliomn Boone or write to lionms Colllur HoiiiorBct Htn A Fine Farm for Sale I I wish to sell privately my iplemllil farm on the Homcrtet plko one mile from Htnn oril It contain UI ncrti of lino laud and la well Improved with good tvo tory brick vildHnce and abundant outhouivi NorallliiK water Torino rvatonable For urtlHT particular apply to J W HAUOHMAN Htanford Ky GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU thereIsundo sours end a suit made to your measure token by an vxiicrtunced tailor 1 have u hamUomo lino of Fall nnd Winter gads I can make from a low price uuslnias suit to the MiHntdrm null Aho Orercol1l Troun un and Knncy VII Th company J rep rtMJiit U second to none JrC KUIbHY The TII MtIIIrordly POSTED sli1etlyferlhlpn tliiR on our plinHi and Wilt J rO wulc v1 olutorntu thv full extent of be law Krnd VonOnieuUiin ItolihcnUich Bros VonOriKniuniiKrrtK lc1icnliacl5 Iuh Hnlloti iuMmMJlMviMrld HtfpticriK loLn lliltininn itniiiuClirUtliMHIniyson IInniuuMr rIohVIti b r linIia b Wheat Land for Rent Afxntl HOncm from courtnoun hiiirinllo trout tlrftlllll hcliuol Klr tilni IUtcni and nil tIr lit loud pond U ncrai for wlirntlnnd rest liUJriiM Apply to Mrs U M loodknltfht Htnufortl nl Mr W U Wllhpra on IJmivllle Hiivct FARM FOR SALE I Tin arm of tin Into Juhn W rulmrr h fur ale and the umlrrnlKiml will bike- pietlsttrelnbowlligIt to any one dcMrlmj o mini The limn contain Iwl acrviamlU In Unrrard county Point Ulivillon the Itlcliinoml t luncns tar 5lke mull In n hliihilutt of cultivation oUt having clntm iiRiiInu mid 1nl marstalewlllpriMIittheuttoInc or Iny J W IALMIll Kwcutor To Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during the month of August sell at n discount nil FRAMES ETC and give the Htmo guarantee of Kit isfaction as before Office over Mo Roberts Drug Store to 12 A at 180 to 4 P W N Craig Stanford PUBLIC SALE I I will sell nt public auction nl ui home BlJ inilr Ihnt oi Stanford nJIIIIi inlhw from Walnut Klut on- 1VEDNENUAYOtT SI HAS The following dcfturllml proiwrtyt Ono hvatlnit ituw parlor organ lxd rooll- lItt couch ewing muchlmv nicking IlIblf10Lwnuim barns wheat drill corn planter chccic rower Utirunhollirl UttlnK bo corncruhvr bIll plow 41I11IIItorll Dlto harrow nmootlilntt huv war and a luinilxT of otherfarlitluglul dement goal work hone IIIlInlBllltllhtwrrvl of apple Vinegar lot of alilnglei etc some Mock hog Term made known on day of lull Hulo wlllUgln promptly at oVIoek x JT IHNOAMAN P O irruclii rvlllo Ky Jot J P Otmndkr Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I Jlavlns divided my farm with my cull drawl will on- THIT1WDAY NOVs hut cell at pulillu auction at my homo tails trout Htanfonl on till Prvnohvrtvlllu plk g sill of my annul riin l tliiK of 7 miirvH ulaved to Iw In foul wennllnit filly Ciiihlk1aw s6wennllllgcaRe Jiiek UytanoldlUihonti saw dud plffi a lot or hny ln Io ImrnU of corn nw husks of balder n lot IIf 1IhlIIt1 nuke t lIIowlnl IIIIICblll 11111 drill nit III running order I corncru h rtXiiittliiB lox ea set of Mkckomlth tHilice Krliiillnt hIIbig plow I hlllildv plow npplu mill time mill lot of tear lot of lad mud scraper lot of old Iron rooking turn orgitnlot of honwliold and kitchen fiirnl UII i tuiKKy lwO Ilorw- xngoaloxwage Iyokesitoxen wheat felt t corlllh1I1r I dinner Ull and u lot of other things too numerous to inontlon- AlUuiniof tin and under cnuli In bund over I bat amount n credit of a monthi wit li luRollnlik1 cotes In till Lincoln Ooniity National flank nt Htatiford with n tier cent Interest from date All contriirti to Iw ty Mole glnprolllptlyntVAIIcksx0t411AH P o Htnnford Ky eat161111astsr rPRESCRIPTIONS I THREE HonestyAccuracy THINGS I Intelligence are a part of every prescrip tion we fill dues down with the IIItncit I you StaofordDrt Co Illefa amrllrllrm BY SPECIAL REQUEST Dr G Goldstein will be at the Al- bright lintel Brodhcad tomor row Oct 21 ono day only The value of perfectly fitted glat es withregard to health can not bo over estimated Their cllcct upon the ner vous system is direct llel through this indirectly upon tho entire organism A few of tho troubles which result directly in this particular tire Neuralgia Sick Hcmlncho nnd Nervous ProstrationA mistake is made hmost people in putting off tho iwe of spec tacks too long Tho old advice Dont begin specs till you have to I has done a world of harm Anyone can by straining null squinting and looking sharp go for a long timo without necu olw but dl mowing tha awA of dartruoUon in lifa eyet Consult DrV Goldstein Hcicnliiic exainliiHtlontt the e ct free of cllarselr f wj r recv SOES FOR SFR t 1IGEL- N yx The lime m Henna for boots mid shoes of Weather weight nimio for Mrvlco lunde for tho lI1udnllllo to keep iu near M poslblo the fuel warm anil dry 1ho Hooker liuoteoenude in two loqtliore the olilfflshioned CALFSKIN nail Ho wit toiiic i BOX CACI rondo as lIIIIt na n Sun day shoot hepOOtl year milt sole LEAIiIER M jHO mnns then I18 near WATHK PROOF ns possible IrU e 8500 Ilonogt Bike you nil know him the only lonthor coming to this town Ginned till OLD FASH TONED way not by STJ tit in 80thlye na others are but the old COLD LIQUOR waywhich tnkda nonrljrn year to lOll This wily yeti know pro Wos the life of the kin nmkn it wear MUCH LONGER nmkw it XRAREK WATJ2K IHOOF nnd oautw it to remain SOlIJ the foot Tho boots arc 8100 the high top shoos 8160 the brogans lire 2r0 in boys high top 82no The Level Best atria by the Honest Mike pco plo wo boliovo beyond question the BEST BOYS SCHOOL SHOli told today Tho upponlare nimlo of the best emote tanned calf the soles inside t and out as well as the counter nnd heels lire simile of the very best colo leather cud unlike most other choc the top docs NOT STOP when its SEWED to the UPPER but GOES on DOWNIIttti is FASTENED to the SOLE making it next to IMPOSSIBLE to como apart and Ming doubled its warmer anti dryer In Mens 8275 Hoys JJ to 5J 8225 ChiMp 10 to 2 8200 Tluwo are not things of beauty but tho beet goods in the mar kct and cold only bytf 4ell H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY STATIONERYWe sortment of Stationery- All the latest styles in Box Paper Tablets and Envelopes NMn1 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 === OFFICERS r S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERKIDIRECTORS J D Ongucr Stanford 8 II BIUMKH Stanford 0 W CUirrrn Torncrivllle W II Cuutiiitii Prcchorivllle L O Ooocil Wnynetburg W n TiUTum OIlDerU Orook U L HCUDII LaocMtur W 0 WAIKEH Stanford J n POSTKII Stanford W U BIIANKH Stanford Jli PAXTON Stanford WerMHctfullyiollcIt tlanccounUnf Indlvldunli Klrnuiiml Corporation Hank and Hankers nnd are 1rt rlrl41 to furnluli ull diponltori fuoh nccommudntlon ni are consistent with lufu bunking Jlodorn Mafuty IKjKjtit 11011In our vault for me of J- our Customer First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 This Initiation WM originally r Ubliha4 M the Aupotlt Hank ot Stanford In IBti then reorganlred HI the National flank of Stanford In And agaIn roorpnnUcd at the Pint NattonM Built of Stanford In 1812 curing had practically an unlnter ropted exlO8 for t3 It U better uppllild now a1tN facilities for transact Dulaeap proejptlyand till thin nr before In Its lon and hofiorabU batter Accounts fiduciaries and toriJ vu peratlons Solicited trs4- Y r luisiz Offlolars- J 8 BOOKER Pree1 S T UAmne V Prep J1 McltODEItT8 Ohr W H WEARENAatChrt Directors 1 ReId DanrllterIS T Ilarrh 8tantora- J s Ilookor K L Tauaer1t 1CinopyA M 1t Rlmor Btllaford- B U Stanford Nubbleng tanI19ILh f J h 4 n yr BTASKOIU KY = OIT 2l 1106 LIT us order you lomo engraved calling cards everything In tho latest styles Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS Mil K P WOODS is qulto sick I L MANLBY HUBY was In Cincinnati Sunday It It HumiBS spent Sunday at Ml Vernon W II MURMBR spent Sunday in Lexington THOMAS NBWUND of Danville was hero Sunday On PKIICV IiI TON of Brodhead was hero yesterday Mn R H COKKKY spent Sunday ut London with friends MR EMUHY T HEAZLEY of Horrods burg was hero yesterday liON J M AtvensoN was in Louis villo on business this week MESSRS H CLAY RWIEY and Adam Pence spent Sunday at Paris Mna WALLACE W WALTER of Kingsvllle Is visiting in Lexington REV W II HorrER of Danville spent Sunday with his parents here Miss GRACE TAYUW is visiting Mc Kinney relatives Danville News MRS J S RICB leaves tomorrow for Lexington to visit friends and relatives SquriiB JOHN BAILEY of Texas Washington county is herewith friends Dtt R R HoURiOAN of Marion is hero with Mr II C Rupley and fam ily TUB U D C will moctwith Mrs W II Higgins next Tuesday afternoon at 230 MRS C M THOMPSON of Fayctto it with her father Mr T M Penning ton Miss Mawr D KKNNKDY has resumed her position as saleslady at L M Huey IxuisK EASTLANH of Louis vlllc is with the family of Mr Gco D Hopper Mu W 0 HOPPER of ML Sterling spent Saturday and Sunday with the homcfolks t DEXTER BALLOU of Lexington joined his wife and children at Eld Joseph liallous Saturday Tile Current Event Club will meet with Mrs W M Bright next Friday afternoon from to 230 oclock Mil JOt ROUT of Lebanon Junction Is hero in tlmo to voto tho straight democratic ticket as ho always does THE Ladles Missionary Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs Thomas D Nowland next Friday after noon at 230 oclock MR W II TIIAYLOH and Miss Polly Traylor returned Saturday from Battle Creek Mich and French Lick Springs Mr Traylor was very much improved by his trip DR W B PENNY one of the best dentists in tho county has opened a branch office at Junction City in tho room formerly occupied by Dr H C BernhardtHcrald TilE members of tho Young Peoples Married Club are requested to meet with Mr and Mrs W A Tribble next Friday evening at 8 oclock for the pur pose of reorganizing BORN to the wife of Rev Geo E Baker editor of tho Mountaineer a son William Carey BakerSomersct Journal Mrs Baker was fomerly Miss Lelia Carter of tho West End MRS GEORGB McRoiiERTS of Cov ington is tho guest of her parents Mr Joo Burnsltlo and wile Miss Ellen Ballou of Stanford has been with Mr H M Ballou and wlteLn caster latest advices from tho bedside of John Buchanan who has been of w typhoid fever for several weeks at At lantic City aro that Mr Buchanan Is progressing as rapidly as could bo wished and will soon bo able to return homo t LOCALS YOUR city taxes aro due Please call at Sheriff Hills office and settle Pen alty goes on NovM IL G Jones city marshal THE young mon of Stanford gave a U e afc Sons OpWlIbJib lnt night to tide sweet strains of Cooks Orchostru my deputies will be at 1I1UicdgevlUe Thursday tJMhnnti 1IM umvflta iiitturrkfyth to collectqour taxbs Pay up and save nenaUy wWch Is added Nov 1 T J IllltlietHir Li Well Make It Warm for You 1t Jf you will let us supply you with your needs in Comforts and Blankets Wo have the ngcnoy for Stanford for tho Ohio Valley Woolen Mills Goods and there are few an good mid none better We hero sonic oxiellcnt values in nll wool blankets nt 85fiJ 8J 85 8060 and 8800 KM to 124sites Cotton Blankets at OOc to 82 Lami noted Cotton Comforts at 8U2 and 8250 Largo enough for rosy be- dLnidieaTLookover our line of knit wool skirts 60c to 81 50 SEVERANCE LZ SON STANFORD stnnICortitoni R n No1 Phone 72J inrings In brooches In studs In cult buttons etc at Mu Icllora LOST a largo leather pocket book uetwecn Sam Dudderars and Stanford containing circuit court papers etc Return to this alike IlEcniVKD of Great Eastern Casually Indemnity Co 2833 for Dr A S Price 17 days accident indemnity G Singleton agent STRAYED on STOLEN A black and white spotted boar weight about 176 pounds Return hog and get reward Lock box 161 Stanford Ky ATTENTION LADIES Scats have been reserved for all ladles who attend the speaking tomorrow You are most cordially Invited to hear Judge linger FOOT IAiuStnnford High School vs Central University Knots Wed nesday Oct 24 Game called at 330 oclock r M on Graded School Grounds Admission 25c AN Investigation was begun by the grand jury at London into the recent disastrous fire In that town It is be loved tho fire was incendiary and sen sational developments are expected so a dispatch says Goon PROSPECT EtatrTHlion Jesse M Alverson Representative in tho Legislature from Lincoln county was at headquarters Ho said that lion Harvey Helm would be elected to Congress this fall By tho largest Democratic majority that had been recorded In tho Eighth district In years He safd that tho Democratic primary would assure a heavy vote which would have much to do with increasing tho Democratic majority In tho race for Congress He said the Democrats of Lincoln county are taking a deep Interest in the election this fallCour ier Journal 22nd TEXAS LAND Fourteen sections level as n floor deep dark soil produce cotton corn wheat garden truck and fruit equal to California Examine this land thoroughly Eight miles from a town of 3000 Good road Off market Nov 1st so answer at once 80 feet to good soft water Good house two largo barns three wells and wind mills two ponds with fish All ready for cultivation Want 14 Kentuckians to buy this tract The boom will soon reach this town and land will sell for li Terms 1 cash balance on good terms T J North Seymour Texas JlOOOOOMr IIC llaughman has returned from Harriman Tenn where ho and Mr W C Greening of Lexing ton organized a bank with 100000 cap ital of which 50000 was subscribed The bank is to bo known as The South ern Bank Trust Co Mr llaughman will bo cashier and It will begin busi ness In tho next few weeks We are sorry to loso Mr Uaughman but we wish him much success in his new yen turo and commend him most heartily to the people of Harriman as being a good business man and an excellent gentleman Mr Baughman has tendered his resignation to tho directors of tho Mc Kinney Deposit Bank as cashier ENGLEMAN Mr Sam M Engleman long n resident of this place died at the home of his brother Mr John H Engleman on Hus onvillo street Saturday evening at 030 Deceased was born 70 years ago1 on what is now thoI Sidney Dunbar farm In the Hubble sec tion and at the outbreak of the CivilI war bo gave his services to tim Con federacy enlisting in Capt Bob Lo gans company Morgans Cavalry with which ho fought gallantly until tho end Ho was on tho famous Ohio raid and in many other hard campaigns Mr Engleman was a member of the Baptist church and a generous open hearted man Ho was never narried and had for years made his home with his 1rather hero Yesterday morning did rdtnalns weed taken to Rubble and in sight of the place of his birth laid to rest in the little family burial ground wJuflimany hl3 kinsmen Tho Udhfcdarato soldierV btMhcbln and pjjrrajd uttQndod tile services which were conducted by novoL M bnir9 fi9 tiua14u at FINE line of harness and saddles just in J C McClary CHARLEY BOIION JR of Lebanon Is hero with friends FOR heating stoves go to George H Farris lies got em Fpn RBNTMy cottage on Portman Avenue J C McClary LOST between T J Hills Sr and T D Rancys on Tuesday two boltnire diamondrings Return to this office and receive reward DONT fail to come in tomorrow and hear Judge linger present his claims for the democratic nomination for gov ornor lie speaks at 130 r at tho courthouse BOUGHT LAND IN TEXASMr James H Swope has just returned from Carson county Texas where ho purchased 1280 acres of land from 1260 to 1625 Mr Swopo bought it as an investment and says ho is very much pleased with the Lone Star State SALLEKPARKEK Stanford friends of tho bridetobe have received the following invitation Mr and Mrs George Perkins Salleo request the hon or of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Marguerite to Dr Sam F Parker on Tuesday evening the 30th of October nine oclock Presbyterian Church Somerset Kentucky Miss Salleo has frequently visited friends hero and at Crab Orchard and is very popular with our younger people TUB reception given by Mr and Mrs John B Foster at their lovely country home on the evening of Oct 19 in tel obration of tho 20th anniversary of their marriage was one of tho most delightful and elegant social functions over given in this vicinity About 200 invitations had been issued and a very largo number accepted Including many out of town guests A more enchant ing scene can scarcely be imagined than that presented upon entering tho bril liantly lighted house the lower floor of which was thrown together with fold ing doors while tho Stanford orchestra dispensed its sweetest music The spa cious hall was most elaborately decorat ed with ferns and palms and vases of brides roses A large arch was formed of Southern smilax extending over tho landing of tho stairway amid tho green foliage of which in largo letters of white were 18SG1906 The drawing room where the receiving party stood was artistically decorated with the Southern smilax and white Chrysanthemums and a handsome collection of pot ted ferns Many silver candlesticks with white candles were used with bril liant effect In tho receiving line with Mr anti Mrs Foster and their son Hays Foster were Mrs James N Saunders and Mr James H Baugh man who were attendants at tho wed ding 20 years ago The bride woro a handsome gown of cream brocaded satin with a delicate pink flower and dia mond ornaments and carried a largo bouquet of brides roses Mrs Saunders wore a gown of cream satin with pearl ornaments and carried a bouquet of bridesmaid roses In the hall the guests wero served with delicious frappe by Miss May Pennington In tho dining room tho color scheme of green and white was beautifully carried out Over the doorways and mantles largo quan tities of Southern smilax was used with white Chrysanthemums In the center of the handsome square mahogany ta blo was a largo silver candelabra hold ing white candles around which was a flat mat of brides roses which were also scattered loosely over the table At the four corners of the table were placed single silver candlesticks containing white candles from each of which was a festoon of smilax and bride roses ox tending to tho chandelier The ices were In tho form of white Chrysanthe mums and the cakes wero in white and green As the guests were served small China dolls tied with greet ribbon tinyhinapinned upon the gentlemen Coffee and black cake wero served by Mrs J C Hays In tho sitting room which was 3plInxThonuhlerous attested the popularity of this highly esteemed couple It was almost the midnight hour before tho gutata took their departure after showering many congratulations upon Mr and Mrs Fos Brand l9pn that tlioygtfghthvQ to celebrate their g ldenwddlng Watch the Fur Fly t floe gsaas There is no more comfortable feeling than to feel a nice fur around your neck when these chilly Autumn winds strike you We have nil tho ditler eat furs and all the different shapes from tho elegant small collar to the largo Boa We ore showing Foxes Opossums links Coneys Blooded Minks and twotone Fancies These are from one of the best known Fur riei in this country Miller of Detroit Buy ot us and you will get a pretty and serviceable fur 8150 to 818 id the range of prices iTilE L N sold 20 tickets to Cin cinnati Sunday Tim John N Ison land is advertised In this issue for sale My stock of winter lap robes Is in Cull and see them J C McClary TilE Domestic Sewing Machines in different styles for salo at Muellers Font SALF16 stands of bees with honoy Mra Mary Wallace Stanford rWANTED To buy a few shares of First National Bank stock Apply at this office I DESIRE toed privately at once ono mowing machiner W J Aston Stan ford R F D No1 ATTENTION IDont fail to call at Tribble Pences and see their new Fall lines of furniture carpets rugs etc lION S W HAGER candidate for governor speaks hero tomorrow at 130 oclock Come In and hear him Ladles are especially invited REV J T BETTS will give a stereop tlcnn lecture on Picturesque Pales tine at the Baptist church here next Friday night Be suro to go SENATOR EARLY CosiiNGrSen ator James B McCreary will address tho voters of Lincoln county at the courthouse here next Tuesday Oct 30th nt 1 oclock Come and hear this distinguished gentleman DONT miss the treat Hear Princess Long tho Prince of Song who was styled the sweet singer of the Pacific coast during tho great Jubilee conven tion of the Christian church in Cincln = nat At Waltons Opera House Fri day night Nov 2 SnOT HIMSELF Saturday morning nt Somerset while carelessly handling a pistol Claude Hester son of Mr Daniel Hester of this place shot him self dangerously the ball entering about one inch above the heart Ho has been in a precarious condition since the wound was inflicted and his recovery is doubtful though the attending physi cian sayo ho has sorno hopes of it Young Hester married only a few months ago the pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs F S Gooch of Waynesburg and she with Mr and Mrs Hester in tended to bring her husband to Kings villo yesterday Ho was resting easy at last accounts Look Out for Bargains Flee Cailcol ToUt Bonplcent tar cnkp nest rloo flc One dozen puny box nmtuhrs for Html Hodu So imck Mrni uml 1allo tmlurwoiir KBiKClitlty D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky PUBLIC SALE rThe two tructi of Imul owned by thu Into John N bon illuattil on Crab Orclmnl pike In Llnroln county ono of II ncrvs nlnut ilU in lies from Htnnfonl ono or w ucrvs from Inib Orchard will h ofrondlorinto lit puhllo nuetlon In front of tho courthomo in Htnnford Ky MONDAY NOV It llOtJ county court tiny The trust of 2U nerve nt lloMttimns Old Mill on Cook In Uockcntle county Is utYrredfor aaleprl to tIIV lnxtun Irull cIIreCurclmaeratray apply K AHNOM lomlngsuurg Ky r 1tr i r 1 GLOVS- kind from the LOc Canton IiEvery to the 400 Squirrel Skin Our lines of Buckskins Hides Mochas and Golfs are HbrseI ially strong IWinter f s CUMMINSMCLARY i STANFORD KY i i FLfIDS- tl I We have just received a new line of I Plaid Silk Waist Patterns This line I of Merchandise is very scarce so calltand see our lot before it is broken A The pr ices are right and the patterns are correct Also large assortment of dress braids The new Draw String Braid in all the leading colors at lOc per yard r +I31F I 11As JJ Ij fi ri + ii6 t L M HUEY Cd t Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House t STANFORD KENTUCKY e i4if4t4i40f4 8f4fHf Itiiii4 + PN4f Fi HB f fp v I JThe Interior Journal SnUredin the PostOffice at Stanford w- geeepdelau matter gaaijlitUKU TUUMDAVH AMD lnUJ iH AT JOO PER YEAR CASH- When tot so powill be charged PARKERS HAIR the btrboaullf aei Iurtal tarty folorCwM FOR SALE In rill of nlwut2 ncrelyn III tllIulof VunlIIu Ikl Ilnstouvlllo on watered most ut It to gnlu ncrmrcndr sell nt ouzo in ui fur wheat Wnnt to taken Inthu corn iieitaDdnys and hay crop with tJUNKAIi For SaltPrivately Myhoue and to acres of land Iituded of town llmlta on the Bomerset Last and ser7 rooms kitchenpike House us stable and all vants room Rood cellar Water hydrant In oecMsaty the yard one tar stock- J P BAILEY A S PRICESu- rgoon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owaley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Having determined to qult farming will 213 scree nearfans ofell privately m5 miles from Morulnnclon tho OHltnllroaI1I well Dauville SJ4 adios trailCrop COllslsII of corn hay on horseI ant- iandonteatoeIIenuetI n bnrguhl If I IInd- a buyer In the next 30 or 40 tiny U KINO Morelnml Ky u INSURANCETire HBBTOompnnleiltuprcientcd Lowest Voa Paying Reos jUnequnUe4 Tulle with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Reldence Phone No 83 BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission stock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale I wish to sell privately my farm of 170 enetea6 mills West of on the Lex Injtkm It le well Improved and ha plenty of water and timber fenced iliad In good repair ALto IIn unlmproved of acres lying mid WilY between Lnoclllh1ulld Lexj laglon ptkea ioo4 outlet etch way fflBC Term reasonable T IIIMitltINO Markabury K- 3LAND FOR SALE Wlllsfll tlrntelysuncreeoftinefanning land situated one mile from InxIngton plkttnliAut acres In town hole eta About 131l1cros cultivation rust In grate All under pent fence nntl plenty Dwelling house Is nuttmlidllgfoodIall drat of year Thl fllrlll r should he en tlllllIpllreelllltll tllncu the city council Is pnrorcln thu Inw lands In the of Ijimcastrr Iran ndvnncod nip Idly In Irlcnncllood Is In Illtfdemand W II i uilmtiiUlrntor Moat Lancaster Ky edeear Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IIarnes3Saddlery Sec STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phono 107 Home Phone 3S JLLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRug8 They will exchange Furniture for all Kinda of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY rr FARMERS DEPARTMENT Lutes Co shipped 32 1025pou cattle to Cincinnati for which they paid 3J to 33c- Charles Lutes bought of various parties 105 950 to IOOQlound cattle at 3J toSJc FOR SALE Four good sugar mules and four good feeding cattle S N Owens McKinney W D Hanson of the West End sold to Lutes Co a lot of 130 pound cattle at 470 Allenllie ESTRAYED A yellow spotted cow with one hind leg white to her body left my place Monday Reward for in formation leading to her recovery I Mack Bruce Mr R II Crow of the Shelby City neighborhood bought a very fine two yearold colt and descendent of a Futurity winner at the Lexington sale last week The colt Is said to be one of the finest that has ever been seen In this season Jtidge Hughes pacing nag Nancy IL With Crit Davis up won the free fornll pacing race at Nashville Satur day The purse was 500 and the best time 209 Fred Forsythe Iii feclinp pretty good His horse Tourcene won a 4000 stake at Belmont Park beating Sewell the reputed 35XX horse sold about 10 days since liar rodsburg Herald The Harrodsburg Herald says as the result of the freeze last week the fol lowing farmers lost a largo amount ol tobacco that had not been housed David Chatham lost 7 acres Major Castleman 8 acres J P Chinn 8 acres Brack Bonta acres Champion Bros 5 acres Glover Kyle 5 acres Glavc Goddard and scores of others lost heavily by the freeze At the sale of Mr T W Wallis of McKinney last week the farm of 1X acres brought 5045 per acre and was bought by George Elliott of Liberty Pair of mules brought 400 sheep 62 per head 10 Yrto 100 one mule colt 9750 cows 44 to 46 suckling colts 74 corn 131 to 150 shock hay 8 to 1250 stack Farming implements sold well Words of praise werespoken for Secretary Taft and Secretary Root In a sermon delivered by Rev Dr Lymai Abbott in New Haven Conn The min ister said they are doing Christs work in Cuba and in South America Gov Luke P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and phlianthro past Is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper lent known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than anyone remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores I beg your pardon sir but I havent got a cent Then you are probably not acquaint ed in financial circles I am merely trying to locate the residence of my brother the president of the Fortysec ond National Bank- Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove all pols inous germs from the system and in use new life and vigor cure sour stomach nausea headache dizziness and colic without griping or dlscoin fort 25c Guaranteed by Pennys BrosrabThey alluded to me as an old grafter declared Senator Graballangrily Thats a shame Aint it now 1 should say so Youre only 52 A Badly Burned Girl sr boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if BuckJens Arnica Salvo Is applied promptly G J Welch of rckonsha Mich saysHI use it In ny fumil for cuts sores and all skin Injuries and find it perfect Quick est Pile euro known Best healing salvo made 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard What did the artist say who tried labels voice- I dont just know I believe he Drought in some sort of a Scotch verdict 5a p A Card This is to certify that all druggists pro authorized to refund your money It Foloys Honey and Tar fails to euro our cough or cold It stops the ough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la rippo cough and prevents pneumonia aDd consumption Contains no plates Thu genuine is in a yellow ackagQ Refuse substitutes Pennys Irug Store Tom Cloud a Louisville Negro miner Is believed to have been thrown into pond while in a drunken and helpless ndition and drowned His body was found and his brother who Is under suspicion has fled r t Central Kentucky Real Estate Enchant TITLE CO to 223Nlcs room eoUaJt all sera of land located about I mile INN Sbtln Cllr The house alone cost 1500 We will Mil this place for 111- 00No2o2cocMs 3t miles Iran Junction City 2 Ilorr room frame 4wUln good turn nibs 1w Its nlII etc All lit goool repair lootudln fencing 1cr In gnu Intl 15 acres In cultir tlon tool orchard of peichra Inmselpissete- A tiirlwr 2400 Rapes In rlelndstock well at burn cr 1rlcc 13500 Hour nnd Grlit Mill Anderson county Ky 33 barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 year ngo 8tm And water power the latter 8 months of the year His an todate roller mill with burr for corn and meal bolt Tho en lne la of years runt It acres with the mill Including what is with tnn boom of S rooms All for 26 250 or f5 for the mill and 14 acres Ono halt cash Uas flue trade No mill In 10 wiles No 21Ahrmo2liacrea A haadMma niod era 2 awry brick residence fumibed and up to tine In every particular furo room on olproprryIthenlcatplsrosmlloroloCounty Lsrgtbarc- the place h well watered pipe not a on It There It only about 20 acres In cultlrallon and feat In grui Plenty of fruit treesetc Thus li an Ideal home and a splendid firm face reas unable No 181A arm of 3W acres ons anti onehill mIlesncrthoflluttinTlIleon the binllle pike Two toll rum dvelllnx seven rooms veranda Fin oun o oar1 tlod AliibulMlncsli iltuatol in the Mellon of Li county sod Is sn Ideal boma KplcodH lee houie hutn and nil other nciswaty outbuildings No 113A farm of 331 acres iltuateJ alioutiT miles from HUnfotJanJ Slnllefrom Crab Urcha d on the waters of Cedar Criel TOil Is cut In about Heidi and can tx lIbIII About 1M acres Is In cultivation timber lulttclent to tJ1I1P One and onelull sorry frame dwelling ol Jroonidhalli porcbetetc Two good lea houm barns grannr corn etc flan Is well water cJ two good ctiteras at the door running strum tnrough farm All bullJlnn In rood ihim except one turn fencing lair Isles II lerarra Teiuii curNo TtCO acres ofUn J ocerJuctlonCltyeutlns- even field 23 serve t gras a nice 70005orchard andocoftielat gape hrbon Iuij sold 2800 pounds o- fgrapalastyear 1lellwatered anti fencing good and churches A twostory six room fume dwelling good barn etc all In goal repair Price 3m No til Twoitorr frame dwelling of spa room two balls randa e well at door and all olDer outbulldlnn Alto large blacktuillh ebop60sS0andsheflull length of shop and feet wide This property will be sold at a very low price No Two honiei and lots situated In Crab Orchard with six and onehalf acre of land sl tacbed lloth are frame eottsges one coniltllcc of and the other of I roams Stable two gaol springs rte The buUdtngs are new and the fencing ordinary Two good gardens and lire acre IJiiture Will sell each plea separatsly or ass whole Lure on the property ai a whole 1100 No 139 85 acres ofland In the town limits of Rowland about st acres bottom land and 63 urn In woodland The pace Is well fenced and water ed water works well and cistern story frame room ball veranda hick porch summer kitchen and cellar Uood barn and all other necessary outbuilding Including crib sranery etc All In pIt repair fencing In lintel order all wire fetes This Is a biutlful place a desirable home close to town andwill sell cheap ano on easy terms No 1791acre Isrm to mile ol Phil fi toom dwelling store bouso smoke house well house crib etc All the buildings and fenrlo In fair condition Hood apple orclurd about JS acres In cultivation itst In timber Watered by a never ailing well and waters ol South Fork Price 12200 No 93 A farm of nnut nerve on one of the best turnpikes in the cjuutr A hnndtoiue two story frnms dwelling ti donen the largest nod best Lien In the aunty This purse Is well watered nodeverythiagabout it Ierludilg tene 1110 rtIlr n good umwuuity rroOlISllioror1 AND BOTH ONE YJ3AU 1OB Few people In the United State have not hoard of the OoutlerJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all things It Is essentially family piper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the com blnattonto UI20t to tu OJlrl Journal k t h tL Blue Farm for Sale1II wish to Ilustiiiivlllu nilKifroiu turS Mtntlon conilitlng of nClll uf rich l lue grills luinp or tolmcio Iniul nil tllvuUtl to ilwolllnu oil melt plane nUo tu ctSuiry 011111IInglohouse good water in wyory Ililil U liullim Nprlngs 0 strutims runuliiK through whole truck J HTHKM OtlNTJmI Notice of touutylFlscnlthis April itwii ln n nt hum U lIr run t with tliu fullowlntf Ju 1100 softtieIklleelutwIt ll iIAduuawIM DuiMcmr niul Wnllin tlmtltheTime annul Jury of Mncolu runnty nt lust term of the Mucolii circuit court linv lug riiumitHinletl n nun ooiirtlioiiMO fur Lincoln county unit It iiplnnrlim to tho mate lifnttlouof curt that tin coiirthiiiiMt In uninfo anti for the ofthet lilt the sum of wvmi Id IIIIIUIII us III sum tucoinry to build n new courtliouw tad It Is further onlimsl that nil elortlnn Is ouyirnl yolliiK prrliuclaInLincolncounty on of NovciuUr tlntiliiy the noxt gun nlllroIJrlllllllUIMIlt Kiil votormif Lincoln county fur thvlr up pniviil or iiliHtlon Thi shcrllt of Ilnroln county Is tllrcctisl to mlvcrtl f mild election for nt lent tiny noxt 11111 t ilny thfivof In tin INTK limit JoiKSAl tiP11a nowMiuiiMT pnlillhixl litllucoht cnllllllIlIi- lI o Ira of ore dlmttnl to hull tliu Ilictlon Utwwn till mono hour that thoy nivrvqnlivil to hold Iloolldiis fur ionny nines whloh election shall lw anti conducted In nil nlKcts us rcqulnil btI tin general ohctlon Inns In force In this Htntf nt the time tin satin Is holil- Tho nlork of cniuti to Iw printed on the uinoliil ballots to be used In n Id the wonlx and hg tiros Art you III fnvorof nn nppniprlntlon of tnilinor liulldln n nowroiirtluiUM fur IliKoln county tool luivo IWOSINICVS upon thu right of wnne ono for voton tnorlllltIthonpproprtnttonto Iw lolKnntiil for votom oppotlntc nllJJrtlllflllllon to txtlritleniitoil by tile o Clerk slmtl prtimn mild toll sueIIalofIn the ovviit t hut till roqulnlto of lognl voters of Ilnroln county vote In fnvor of snit npproprlntlon U nmortil thiit this court cumo the llncnln county to thomnount of tUVUlto to lnlulnl ext uut iHlnnil hotel an printed form unilor thu nl of tho county to he h tin slilliiK ludgo of ties 1Jncolneoulltyrourtnnd- tho clerk of said court Nntlnminllh11lkof INIYIIIIIIalllllOshall not bear u printer ride of Intont than per e iil ptiriinnuniuiynlilH xinlnniiiiiil 13 lit Lincoln o ttiluronlllllol Intvrostcouixins hull Iw nttnchnl to odd Uiiul iRiiiil lry lit clerk of the Ilnroln county court toiIIIINllllh Ihlllll o Issued In ilenonilniitloni of Leo ThlIIlIt tubs were cnllti flu maid motion lhl tholIIlJ was sotionsW IIlultlnar n quorum of thU Ixxly tVopYAttest O HrOOIKll tlork OCounty Hlsciil Doort- liy K IVniitiiRtnn II O Notlm Is hereby Rlvtu hilt III otwdltncp to Hbovo order oftbo Lincoln county Klscnl Court ndoptrd which onlvr li Hindu Iuirt of thfnollru by rvfervncv niv election will to held RIIII n rat the uveral vnttnu irvclnet of Lincoln county on this 6th tiny of XOlmlr hut for the iurM of sulnulttlnst to HIP Itipil voters of Lincoln county tlm proP ithuli wluthor or nut th sum u IMIIIM Ahlllll lamp proprlntnl for tin of liulldlimii new courtbouw for Lincoln county which vivo tlini will to IiiUl In all riupccts lit rr Ulrt d by law unit slid orderT J HUT HbvrlfT Lincoln Uounly Gut Your Feed Grind WaterlSaw USE Tilt HAGAH dASOLl ENGINE They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 T050- HORSEPOWER Hagan Gas Engine Co Winchester Ky HENRY WA TTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal The Interior Journal ONLY I5O COUU1EROUKNAL Grass h- tulaugeiitmeakoey IheLlmruluLOtmtcntrtshnll PAR ERS HAIR BALSAM ClMflM and lOUItlflcI hill lrotitoccl laxuiikot pvilUt UIQcSIrJfpII NEW LIVERY STABLE Zn7ABE k CLARxson Peen JUNCTION CITY KY firstaims Turnouts at Reasonable Kates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and hay For Sale u COOKS GUARANTEE CURE Hoiio ptivln blood spiivlu capped hock JHW Killiit prlngllli tviiiloti sweeny thoruughpln warts heuvvs and poll null JOHN COOK HtniKoril Ky Blue Grass Farm For Sale I I dlllr to suit privately my nrni of ncr s Hi tho Went fronting on the llhick pike mid two mile trout Ilustonv Ilo Knrin Is n Ixcllcnt tutu of cultivation- Intproveunmttsinclude gent residence 0 six rooms repulrtwo uxtra good stock harll onoliiK In splendid condition Norm hue nuveralllnii wuter cl torn ntrUs Idviico mind harms Kami will Iw sold on easy write 10 mo lit Htnnord or MoKlmieyTKy IIUHAUdllMAX I f tdir n ancllloamWalloIMr Ewing Young Stoncort Ill Cured by Zmo After 3U YcarsTarmsnl ZEMO ANY FORM OF SKIN OH SCALP DISEASE READ MR YOUNGS LETTER STONKTORT ILU InE W HOSE MtBatn Co St Louis Me j plcturoIphysicians more creams nightllOulcsII ZEMO is the best remedy In the world for any rcIaldh disease Yours very truly 1r JQUANANTeiD AND SOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE 8TANFqRD All Kinds of HatchetsR and Axes o4 GEORGE H FARRIS q The Bride Will Rejoice At the presents slio receives no matter what they play lie or when thoy camo from- But if you tvisll to be euro that your offering will receive tho admiring attention of everybody get it nt n jewelry store Then you are SUitE to he right You OA3JT go wrong hy giving jew dry And you CANT go wrong if you get It hero Everything wo show you would tin credit to your judgment and good taste N Wo can interest you nt n dollar or so or nn high na you caro to go in figuresItAlways trust to us to huvo the right goods J EaH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville I f Prices Right on Cooking and Heating Stoves at Geo DP Hoppers Stanforq Ky Hardware Queensware TinwareGro ceries Field Seeds c All sizes sewer pipe just receivedj h