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P THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 1906 HO 64 V Y IlLDGC S W HAGtR HON a W HAORK candidate for governor ipoko hero Wednesday after noon to a well filial court house I1u was presented In n well limed and en lurch 1low1lthat both should be controlled by tin r democratic party Kentucky was turn cd over to the other follows for four yean at tho end of the time there was a bonded debt of four and ono hnlf mil COJllllSincothe tax rate has been reduced and the landed debt wiped out Tho people ol Lincoln county have heart one gf thuI candidates for governor Gen lIa but tho speaker was sure that they wen too and magnanimous to make up alllulInship Gen Hays had told nothing hoI had dono and had only told in part ant that distorted what other had done Tho speaker was hero to tell tho wholi story correctly Hays charges that the Stato Board of Printing Commission qra of which tho speaker was a mcm r her had paid 2320181 for teachers registers while tho work was not worth exceeding 3000 This was true but tho printing had been classified by law anti Attorney General Pratt then in of flee decided that tho school supplici belonged to the class to which tho com missioners assigned thorn and it was tho fault of the law and not tho com missioners that tho charge was what it was Tho matter was Investigated by a Legislative committee unfriendly to tho commission who reported that tho commission had acted in strict conformity with tho law and that tho work was dono In substantial compliance with tho contracts and with law Hays lad taken the matter Into court and lost his x case Hays himsolf is a member of tho Printing Commission and out of 47 meetings hat been present eight times The Capitol Commission is composed of the same members as tho Printing Commission Nono wanted tho addi tional work but only Huya refused to do It Ho has been absent from 52 of the 75 meetings Tho commission ad vcrtiscd for architects and that no onot claim would be considered unless he ap peared before tho commission In person Hays charges that tho commission em ployed an architect at 10000 when one Myers could have been had at 510000 Myers never at any time appeared be fore the commission and his claim was not considered Ho is a man 80 years old and all of his vork of any Importance has had to bo remodeled lie full down on tho Texas capitol and was detected trying to swindle that State out of 20000 None of tho States that havo built capitols In the last 25 years havo had architects whoso bills were as small as ours The little State of Rhode Island paid 118000 Hays charges that 124000 was paid out for attorney fees by the auditor His list includes 71000 paid to Calhoun and fees contracted for by Taylor Bradley and Coulter Nono of them Result of Neglect In most cases consumption results from a neglected or Improperly treated cold Foloys Honoy and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and ire vents serious results It costs you no more than tho unknown prepara tions and you should Insist upon hot leg the gonulno In the yellow package Pennys Drug Store t were contracted for by the present ad ministration and tho speaker filed a do murrcr to tho indictments Bays blamed tho speaker for requiring State College to pay a fee to get tho appro priation from the Legislature lie hoc refused to pay on Hays advice How over Hays had never given nn opinion that tho court of appeals did not reverse lays says If tho people will elect him ho will like Folk of Missouri put ti lot of fellows in stripes Folk put them in stripes while States attorney and Hays is sadly neglecting his duty now If any of tho gang deserves stripes and ho fails to furnish them Now is tho tlmo to do his duty Tho speaker denied that he was the candidate of the machine or of any set of men or that ho was In combination with any one Neither Is Hays No candidate would combine with him Ho is tho candidate of tho republicans and disgruntled democrats Mays says it costs moro to run the State than it did IQycars ago Of course It does Tho State is growing and increasing In pox ulatlon Additions have been mode to the asylums tho school fund has been increased a Confederate Homo has been built and an appropriation made for tho St Louis Expositor and Child rens Home Tho speaker is in favor of making tho State College tho equal of any in tho union and also tho com mon school system the equal of any in tho land and it necessary to increase appropriation to theConfederate home Mays says ho loaves his party like Uuth did Naomi On the contrary ho leaves it like Brutus did Cawar always stab bing it in tho back With an eloquent appeal to support lIon Harvey Helm and not forget himself tho speechof two hours and 45 minutes to all of which close attention was paid came to an end Thorn is no doubt but what Judge linger made many votes for himself hero His speech was liberally ap plauded and well received Ho showed up with satisfaction generally the charges made by Undo Nopo Hays Wo confidently believe that old Lincoln will go for linger and heres hoping sho docs good and strong There wero a number of lathes present Judge Hager spoko along the same lines at Hustonvllle in Alcorns Opera House Wednesday nii ht to a largo au dience including many ladies and his effort was well received by all who heard him Ho was introduced in very eloquent tfnd complimentary speech by Attorney George U Saufley of this place The crowd was very attentive throughout and his caustic arraignment of Gun Hays charges was liberally ap plauded Ho showed up the falsity of them all by tho official records His speech was clean cut manly convincing and showed to the satisfaction of all that such a man as ho is tho proper ono to bo the standard bearer of the democratic party for governor Judge lager was very much pleased with his visit to Stanford and Huston villo and MB friends claim for him the county on tho 6th day of November against tho chronic old grumbler and kicker Uncle NoVO Hays CORNS CURED Corn Exit will positively remove corns In four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and vo absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every customer whose corns aro not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottlo of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro Is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky r KINGSVILLE- Wm IX Mcekfl will move tho post office Into Thompsons now building Nov lith The Hifrt hotel Is badly In need of a good cook and ono could receive good wages by applying to Mrs John Hart Klngsvlllc also u girl to wait at table etc Help Is extremely scarco here Court was held here Saturday In tile 2nd story of Thompson Bros new building Wo suggest that circuit court bo hold hero until Stanford gets n now courthouse Claude Hester who is suffering from buHlt wound In hie breast is resting fairly well and hope is entertained for his recovery Dr W B OBannon of Stanford was here Monday Dr Thompson and Dr Alcorn are the attending physicians Edmund Murphy and family will leavo today for Cclinu 0 and Dr C M 1hompson will accompany them Judgo James P Bailey and the lion Harvey Helm of Stanford wero here Tuesday County Attorny W S Burch was hero Saturday also lions Geo B Saufloy and T J Mr S F Jonas Q C superintendent of signals was hero Tuesday Mrs Wal tar is visiting relatives in oxington and Paris Master Joseph walter is visiting his aunt Miss Mollie Walter in Stanford Miss Maudo Stroud of Floyds Switch Is with Mrs Claude Hosier at the bedside of her husband Mr Clinton Heironomua Q C engineer was the guest of Mr Wm Lane Russell Gooch continuos very ill SULKS Keep on sulking dear old boy Drives all the bright smiles away Let others their own sweet life enjoy But grim and sulky you endeavor to stay Go with a snarl on those pouting lips And a frown thats always deep and dark And if a friend approach to give a hearty grip Turn away as you give him a growling bark If a friend speaks to thee In works sweetly spokeniAnswer their kindness with only a grunt Or if their smile at you Is friendship token Give them an answer very plainly blunt Dont never smile or speak words of cheer Or laugh with the souls laugh of mirth For if you do youll create a great fear Of tho millennium striking this earth Sulk from the bright rosy tints of morn Sulk Till the darkning shades appear It is sulk sulk from the day you wero born And youre liable to sulk when Gabriels trumpet you hear Now dear reader dont take it amiss If you are inclined to be sulky But only remember I intended for this As a thrust at tho person thats Mucky If tho person that sulks could see himself As the world in general doth see him Ho would q ltall of his foolishness And more true friends I am sure ho could win Jock An Awful Cough Cured Two years ago our little girl had a touch of pneumonia which loft her with an awful cough She had spoils of coughing just like one with the whooping cough and some thought sho would not got well at all We got a bottlo of Chamberlains Cough Itamo dy which acted like a charm She stopped coughing and got stout and at writes Mrs Ora Bussard Hruf baker III This remedy is for salo by Stanford Drug Co Henry K Jones of Tampa PIn writes 1 can thank God for u y present health tine to Foleys Kidney Lure It is a pleasure to recommend It those needing n kldnoy medlolno Pennys Drug Store While no official statement is obtain able unofficial information confirms tho report that the President will ap point Attorney General William II Moody of Massachusetts to the vacan cy on the Supremo bench mado by tho retirement of Associate Justice Henry B Brown pp Sick Headache Cured Sick headache Is caused by derange ment of tho stomach and by Indigestion Chamberlains Stomach nail Liver Tablets correct these disorders and effect a euro Dy taking these tablets as soon as tho first indication of tho disease appears tho attack maybe warded oJT Get a free sample and try them For salo by Stanford Drug Cot t NEWS NOTES In Elliott county Clarence Goodman shot and killed William Williamson The men had quarreled over a trifle At Morehcnd Judge J G Whitt president of the Bank at Moreheadand a leading lawyer was stricken with paralysis At Morehead JOBBO Caudill whilo trading pistols with Prom Hall in Ash land accidentally discharged the pistol and fotnly wounded Hall At Olive Hill Allen and Gilbert Adams of Kllgoro wore killed In a mine in West Virginia They were brothers qndwere working side by side Tho Olive Branch Synod of tho Luth eran church has proposed Sholbyvlllo as a suitable location for n mission The lotI lon of tho synod In Richmond Intl was largely devoted to homo mis slons The Circuit Court at Bollofontalne 0 handed down a decision which in effect ousts from the State of Ohio all the bridge companies that failed Ujsur render at the bridge trust hearing two weeks ngo Capt George Boynton was sentenced to six months in the penitentiary by tho United States circuit court in New York for fading a party to a plan to counterfeit silver coins of Venezuela for the purpose of financing a revolu tion in that country J W Henning Co tho brokerage firm of New York of which J W lIen ning formerly of Louisville is the solo member suspended but it is believed Mr Henning will be put on his feet again with the assistance of friends who will como to his aid The failure is estimated at about 1000000 Few have an idea of the magnitude of the natural gas industry in this coun try Statistics prepared by tho geolog ical survey show that during the year 1905 the value of natural gas produced and sold exceeded that of any previous year by 3OGG099 Tho total value of the gas produced and sold was 41562 855 In the guise of buggy driver for a white citizen who sat at his side Her man Thompson a Negro assaulter who had been kept in hiding by tho authori ties reached tho Montgomery AlaI courthouse without molestation from angry citizens seeking him He hitched the horse and went to the court room where he pleaded guilty and was sen tenced to 20 years in the penitentiary to which ho was sent on a special train Hearing of charges that the Southern railway discriminates in furnishing cars to coal mines in tho Middlcsboro district was begun by two members of the Interstate Commerce Commision at Knoxville Tenn Ono witness told of the close relations between tho Man ring coal concerns nnd the railway and gave testimony about the holding up of cars from other companies by the rail way It was established that some officials of the road formerly held stock in the Manring companies After Mayor Weaver Philadelphia had refused to take action on a protest of Negro ministers against the production of Tho Clansman blacks gather ed in force in the vicinity of tho playhouse A riot call was sent in summoning somo 50 patrolmen Colored ministers demanded of Safety Director McKcnnn that ho stop the production Ho made a speech asking the crowd to disperse and promising he would try to havo the production discontinued after the performance- The snow wind and cold which extended over the territory between the Rocky Mountains and the Mssouri riv er caused heavy loss on live stock and late fruit The storm Is almost unprece dented in severity for this season Ilea vy snows ore reported from many plac es the depth going as high as three to four feet on the mountain slopes High winds played havoc especially in Utah and Western Kansas where a blizzard raged With wires down and tracks filled with snow adherence to railroad schedules is impossible A number of cars were blown from the track in Utah Advice to Housewives- No homo Is so pleasant regardless of tho comforts that money will buy as when the entire family is in perfect health A bottle of Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents It will uuro every member of tho family of constipation sick headache or stomach trouble Pennys Drug Storo At Richmond Mrs JennieMershon aged 45 wife of John A Mershon is lead Nothing to Fear Mothers need have no hesitancy in Continuing to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their little ones us it contains absolutely nothing injurious This remedy Is not only perfectly safe to glvo small children but Is a medlolno of great worth and merit It has a worldwide reputation for its cures of coughs colds and croup aid can always bo relied upon For sale by Stanford Drug Co r h r A DANVILLE KY J Novor since wo have bccq in business hare we shown sucha handsome limo of TAILORED SUITS us we now have on said Tntlic last foivsdnys wo lmve received great many shipments from our recent purchases in New York Theso are entirely now and In excluiive styles They are all of tho very highest grade of mantniloriug and nindo ot the finest Chiflon Broad- cloths Thoso especially exclusive suits range in prico from 880 to 850 The predominating colors are Black Browns Jlyrtlo Greens Reds and Navy Wo also show a very strong line ofjnedium priced but finely tailored suits from 15 to 828 in fin the desirable colors Wo are especially strong on suits for Misses at medium prices About 25 sample suits in sizes JJ4 and 3ti at regular wholesale pri- cesWraps It will pay you to see our net line of Fancy Cloaks nt 8 taSlp and our fine olack and colorcdBroadcloth Coats from 812 to 835 Nina line of Raincoats from 87 to 825 in black and colors r Silk Petticoats We have already hud this season over 100 ofour 85 Silk petticoats They must be good Long Kid Gloves t There will not he enough to go around so we advise you to make your purchase now Wo have had nn immense stock but they will soon be ex haustedat the present rnte of selling Knit Underwear Our stock of Ladies and Childrens Vests Pants and Union Suits is now complete and all at last years low prices Our 5Oa lines are unusual values Knit Skirts in Itcd Navy Block link Blue Grey and White at 50c Same in pure Wool Skirts at 81 Peerless Hosiery We call yourspecialattention to our Ladies 25c Peerless Hose ui both heavy and medium weight Also our three pair for a dollar riialjty In Boys and Girls Hose we make special mention four 15 and 25c numbers either medium or heavy Compare these with any jott ever hind Blankets and C0rnIItStPuro wool both ways Blankets in 114 and 124 at toG to 88 Cotton Blankets 81 to 8250 pnir The celebrated Maish Laminated QdUon Cm jor forts at 82 end S2J50 Watch fur trade mark ou each Comfbrtr Dress Goods Maids seem to be in greatest demand and the scarcest item in Dress Goods to we call your attention to our lino at 50c to 8150 Plaids of allikinds suitable for Waists Suits and Separate Skirts If you have any children to dress be sure to see our 50c Wool Plaids ih 1 2zpzpSLiDANVILLE KY v- as t i The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH It a cnndltlnto for lleprcsentntlveof Lincoln conntr subject tot lie notion Uouio atone party J T ROBERTS In nrnndltlnto for Mnglstrnto In tho Crnh Orchiml Mnitlitterlnl IHntrlct to tho action of tilt democratic pitrljr Democratic Ticket For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county Tilts is what Editor W P Walton of the Kentucky State Journal has Gaines whoI 111belnotice of a libel suit for 25000 brought by opo Noel Gaines the only man in Frankfort who could not be libeled noI matter what was said about hIm has been guilty of nearly every crime in the catalogue except murder and he doubtless would have committed that were he not such a pusillanimous coward We told him to his face that ho is but he did not have the manhood to resent it Let him now amend his pe tition to cover this He is not only forger but a confessed thief a filthy disreputable creature whom to calla man would be a libel on the race If n jury of his own choosing in the county in which he was born and has lived I nearly all his worthless life will find against us even on his own testimony we will gladly pay the amount named in the verdict We are sure that not a dozen men in Franklin county would believe thecowardly blackmailer on oath No man acquainted the situa tion doubts that Judge S W linger will be nominated for governor of Ken tucky by such majority as will leave no chance for his opponent to cry that he was counted out The fairest kind of an election such as the one on Nov r 6 will be will show Judge Hagers ma jority anywhere from 25000 to 50000 l We believe in the honesty and good judgment of the boys in the trenches They take no stock in Hays charges which have been exploded by the re cords and will never agree that such a man shall be chosen for governor of the State On the other hand they recog nize in Judge Hagcr a man of honesty probity and an official record beyond re proach They know that he will make a typical governor and by the eter nals they will see that ho is nominat J ed There is nothing so sure in politics than that he will be nominated for It Kentuckys chief executive Hays is not as strong now as he was before he opened his mouth for he has proved himself a chronic grumbler and un worthy of further honor WE hear no more of populism and long whiskered statesmen in KansasI Cause why Deposits in Kansas banks have increased more than 10000000 in six months Farmers have been depositing a great deal of this money Two years ago so much money wasI deposited and so little borrowed that the banks refused to accept any more but the demand for money seems to overtaken the supply The banks iinow hold 105 for every man woman and child in the State Fetter dropped Pupulism some years ago and there is no demand from the Sunflower State for cheap dollars and little evlc dence of wrath at banks or money orI the East THEY are very much more sensitive in Texas from the warfare on Sena J tor Bailey concerning the employ- mentt of Senators by corporations than in New York Thomas H Platt receives a salary of 30000 a year as president of the United Express Corn r pany and 5000 a year as United Senator which seems to ex cplain why there is no parcels post in this country Without the smaller salary of Senator Platt could hardly earn the greater salary as express president AND now the Republican managers i are saying their majority in Congress Is too large and unwieldly This is a sort of let down for the slump that ia to occur on the 6th of November They claim that they will have a majority in the peXt Congress of 43 but it the trick is not turned against them entirely they may thank their lucky stars There is strong probability that the next House will show a working Democratic majority WE read that there was a smile on t Senator Burtons face as he walked Frequently we also into prison observe that criminals smile when sentences l are passed on them even to death penalty These upI must have a grim sense of Other people thhjk it anything but laughing matter to be deprived of lib erty or life and regard the man who can smile under such circumstances hardened criminal or a as either a very fool VOTE for Harvey Helm for Congress on the 6th f November first and then vote in the SFflU primary 1 i- IN his speech at Lexington Uncle Napo Hays said ho was going to put some one in the penitentiary at Lex ington if they tried to vote illegally registered Negroes against him refer ring to Mayor Combs and Moses Kauff man If Uncle Napo dont mind the mayor and Moses will be more lia ble to put him in if we know the men as we think we do MME PATTIE is about to start on her steenth farewell tour of the United States Her voice is not what it used to be being old and cracked but as- a sucker is born every minute in this country she will continue to catch cm by the thousands POLITICAL ICharles F Murphy the Tammany leader gave out a statement predicting Ia majority for Hcarstof 75000 in Great er New York W J Bryan closed his threedays campaigning tour in Indiana speaking to a massmeeting in Fort Wayne lIe has begun his tour of Ohio Timothy Woodruff chairman of the New York State Republican Committee has sent out a warning to the par ty leaders lie fears overconfidence and urges party workers not to belittle the strength of the opposition lIon Polk Laffoon one of the most prominent men in Western Kentucky 1died suddenly at Madisonvillo at I1nI early hour of heart disease For a number of years Mr Laffoon was a prominent lawyer and in 1884 was elected to Congress from the Second District lie was 62 years of age lie leaves three children Judge Edward C ORear of Mont gomery county member of thotourtof Appeals will be urged for appointment as United States District Judge of the Eastern district of Kentucky should Judge A M J Cochran of that court go up to the United States Circuit Court upon tho elevation of Judge Lur ton to the Supreme bench MATRIMONIALI Mr and Mrs Neville fiullitt of Lou isville announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Juliet Patton BulI litt to Mr James Buchanan Ayres of Big Stone Gap Virginia The wedding will take place in November Mr Horace Withers Bowman andI Miss Henrietta Paul of Lexington will be married this winter their engage ment having been announced in Lex ington on Sunday Mr Bowman is from Danville but has been living InI Louisville for the last year Mr Bow man is a son of Mrs Mary Bowman of Danville and a grandson of the late Horace Withers of this placecThe engagement of Woodson May of Somerset and Miss Lucy McKee of London has just been announced tho wedding to take place at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J C McKee on November 15 at 10 oclock A M The bride belongs to one of theC oldest and bc known families of east ern Kentucky and is a social favorite The groom to bo is manager of the Somerset Real Estate Agency Mr James Williams and Miss Sophia Coldwell were married in Louisville yesterday at the home of Dr Redd where Miss Coldwell went over a week ago for a visit After the wedding the happy couple went to Seelbachs hotel for a bridal supper and will remain there a few days before they return to London The bride is a daughter t of Dr T P Coldwell one of Lon dons most prominent physicians She a s a beautiful and accomplished woman and a universal favorite Jimf Williams is a personal friend of the writer and is held in high esteem as citizen and business man With allI our heart we wish them a long prospEr- ous and happy married lifeLondon IfOcal The bride has frequently visited Miss Ella May Saunders here and id quite popular with our young peopleJ The marriage of Mr Harris Wearen of this city to Miss Archie Crenshaw- of Charleston Mo was solemnized at the home of the brides parents Mr I and Mrs Joseph Crenshaw in the pres ence of the immediate relatives The bride was gowned in a modish travel ing costume of dark blue taffeta Af ter the ceremony Mr and Mrs Wearen left for St Louis where they will I spend their honeymoon returning to Cairo next week to reside at the Wear en home 10th and Walnut Streets A dinner was given at the Crenshaw home by the brides parents in honor of the happy young couple Mr and Mrs GeoJ B Wearen and Misses Bruce and tie Wearen attended the wedding The bride is a girl of exceptional beauty and most admirable qualities Possess ed of a cheerful happy disposition and accomplishments that so amply fit her to preside over a home she will make an ideal wife for the fortunate young man who has won herCairo Ill Bul letin Mr Wearen is a son of Mr and Mrs B K Wearen who formerly lived here and is a splendid young man and his friends here extend congratulationst and wish them much Foleys Honey and Tar cures the nest obstinate coughs and expels the cold from too system as it In mildly i laxative It is guaranteed Do notI risk taking any but the genuine iu ilmjv jelo package Policys Drug Store j I u NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Fred Pharris charged with the mur der of Fred Kettcrcr a patient in the Lexington Insane Asylum was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter and 1111theThe trial of Fred Pharris one of the four men charged with the murder of Fred Ketterer at the Eastern Ken tucky Insane Asylum last June is in progress at Lexington Tho men de manded separate trials and the Com monwealth elected to try Pharris first At Richmond William Wrenn and William Chastine of Rockcnstlc ar rested some time ago charged with as sault upon James P Tribble a prom inept society man as ho was returning to his home from the opera had their trials in the circuit court and were acquitted They proved an alibi At Richmond Nathan II Tudor whoa few weeks ago shot and instantly killed his brother Marion Tudor alleging that the later offered insults to his Marions wife and who had been in hiding ever since surrendered Tudor was compelled to flee for fear of mob violence He has been indicted on the charge of murder The editor of the State Journal isI used to libel suits having been sued in Bell Whitley Rockcastlc Fnyette and Laurel aggregating over and we havq never had a 100000I against us in a single one like Gaines an effort to extort money but with us always it is millions for defense not a penny for blackmail Frankfort Journal Here and There New insurance laws affecting 80000 policyholders were adopted by the Pyth Ian Supreme Lodge at New Orleans Clifford Hooc a Negro coachman who figured in the Hartjo divorce case is on trial at Pittsburg on the charge of perjuryNine hundred shopmen in tho em ploy of the Southern railway at the Coster shops near Knoxville went out on a strike Tom Crompton a Negro was lynched near Centerville Miss It is alleged that ho confessed to the murder of Ely Whitaker a farmer Mrs Agnes Brokamp in her will which was filed for probate in Coving ton left 100 to pay the funeral expenses of her son although he is yet alive and in good health The Southern Homcpathic Medical Association elected the following officers for the ensuing year Dr W L McCreary of Knoxville Tenn president Dr C A Fishof Frankfort vice president Dr J T Bryan Louisville treasurer and Dr T M Clendenin of Louisville corresponding- and recording secretary The coming changes in President Roosevelts Cabinet were announced officially Upon tho retirement Shaw and Moody from the ofI George B Cortelyou will become tary of the Treasury George Von L Meyer Postmaster General Charles J Bonaparte Attorney General Victor II Metcalf Secretary of the Navy and Oscar S Straus Secretary of Commerce and Labor Danger from the Flagon Theres grave danger from the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unless you take Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump Ion Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls Forest City Me writesIIUS Godsend to people living incllmates where coughs and colds prevail end it quickly ends them It prevents pneumonia cures LaGrippe gives wonderful relief in Asthma and Hay cer and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off Consumption Coughs and Colds tine and 81 Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Dros Crab Orchard Trial bottle free COOKS GUARANTEE CURE Hone ipnvlu blood iporln capped hock weenyhoroughphnwartbewyeand JOIN COOK Htonford Ky Fine Farm for Sale I i with to tell privately my iplendld farm on the Homnrset pike ono inllu from Htan lord It contains acres of line land ands well Improved with good twottory brick reildence and abundant outhouses Nrfalling water Terms reasonable For arthur particular apply to J W HAtKIHM AN Htanfonl Ky PUBLIC SALE I The two tracts of land owned by the lutu N lion situated on Crab Orchard pike In Lincoln county one of M acres shout UY miles front Stanford one of W ncrts aiMiut 1U mill1 from Crab orchard IIItrontMONDAY NOV It It1I0ntllll1llIIItockiiutli county Is olTertd for uilo prl lpplytov1 AllNOMJ Plvinlng liurg Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I oflustotrichIIlnetodvalagebutoluavueooddweilln utlllItlrnlflThtnkblrtlgood1a CowAterinrrrI6I InMnjf IhruugaItoJHfKIjrl UUKVTKil JhII1K f- IN tz Wheat Land for Rent About KOncres IIirolll courthouse hnU mllo from Urmlcil Holioul Klrstclnas clstcrnnndniluecuulryouthulldlngJowlpond Apply to Mrs lit V Q Wltlivrs on Dnnvlllv Mtrwt FARM FOR SALE I Tho f ml of tho Into John W Palmer wale and tho will tnko duirlngtoacre and Is In Uarranl county Ky near Iolnt lAavillon till lllchiiiond jncii8 ter pike and Is inn high state of cultivation Any onnhavliiK claims nKilnat snld Pat inerii ealnto will present them to mo or my attorney li It N properly proven J V IAMI Kit Kxeculor Blue Grass Farm For Sale I Idoitro to will privately my furm of acres III till WI Mud fronting on tho Illnck ami two miles from Huston vllta ClllthntlOIiIIa Farm bus never fiilllim water eUtvrn at mIICllllllllllllrll Kami will old on easy terms Hveur wrlto to me stnnforil or McKlnney Ky ilU HAlUllMAN GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEAS EYO U Why buy readymade clothing when there is to little difference lit the price ol reudy toad sulk anal ii suit made lit your IIIHUUIV taken by an experienced tailor I lave n hand ono line of Full nod Wintor good I nit make trout a low price bu lm suit tn 1I1hll ldnarufl Overcoats Trotw ernnd Policy Vvsti Tho company I rep relent second to none uo HIT lJI YTii Tailor rttnnfortl L- yPOSTED Wvwliote nnme npiionr below otrlctly forbid hunting nsblng or nuy kind 11- 0paslugonourpencenodNIllpro s cutevl lHtt r tu II IJo1 VondruenlKnn Itclohenbach llrm Kml VouAllnmn A Vondrutmltiiin Knsl Uiiunmnn ueorgo Holme- K HvlohenlNich llallou A U llniiii M J Hofmiilin JIr MIIn U iiVi lch U Klmoro MnryIlulTumnn1PNunnolly ChrillnOnyon JUUnriwntvr 1muuron1Ir5IJhtuck Fred llunilort MrnMlVnillolon W hCordlcr J Nevlu Carter Tutor llalmer To llcduco My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during tho mouth of August sell at a discount all FRAMES ETC and give the slime guarantee of sat isfaction as before Office over Mc Koberta1 Drug Store 9 to 12 A at 130 to 4 p M W N Craig Stanford PUBLIC SALE I I will seil at public auction at my home- S r miles tnd of Hluiitord and IS mike from Walnut Flat on- WKONKHDAY OCT nt Tho following ilrscrlfml prtiiwrtyi One heating stow parlor organ lied room set vouch I sowing machine rocking tllhlllotwagon hllrn1 wheat drill corn check rower Icoru shelter I cutting U x lorllcrlllltr I big plow cultivator Disc harrow smoothing harrow s doubiu ahoy el plows plow gear nnd a number of other farming implements good work lions suitable use family more ultubl for women to drive J milk cow Iwrrel of apple vinegar lot of shingle etc hogsTerms on day of alrt H w wllllivglii promptly lit g oclock Ar JT HINUAMAN PO Preaclursvlllo Ky Col Jl Chandler Auct PUBLIC SALE I Having divided my farms with my dill then I will on TIUWHDAY NOV pat sell at nuhlln auction lit III home miles from HtMiordon tbo Prenchersvlllo pike all of my pemonal property conslitlng of 7 mures weeding lilly a hdlgkcow6wcnnllngcaN s I jack n eon old 13heula lOW ofd pig u lot liny In Ian UimU ol corn tab ahoeks ur folder n lot or wheat hay allowing IIIIIChlll 111110 IIrlll nil In goof running order corn cruther 2cuttlng es set of blacksmith toolnl grinding stones Sblg plows lilllihle plow applo cauu mill lot or gear lot of tools mud scraper lot of old Iron cooking stove organ lot of hot chokl and kitchen furni ture t spring wagon I buggy Iwo hnewagon ox wagon yoke ol oxen wheat fan 2 corn shelters dinner bell oust n lot of other things too numerous to mention All sums of sad under cash In handover that amount it credit of months with negotiable notes naynhlo In tbo Lincoln Nutlo 1l Mink nt Htanfonl with 0 contracttoty Halo to ligln promptlyat oclock HIIAH ANJJ IIHO P O Htanfonl Icy IPRES tltttlltttl TIONs1 I THREE Honesty THINGS I I ore tion not write a we 1Intelllgenco other ingredients because of n tacit midoretnmling that tliey I arc to go in always nnd ho I lmOW8 they VILL go in when hiy order to us E9 4 J SOES FORSE M i VICE I d The tinio bats Como for bouts null shoos of Wenihcr woight uinde lor I crviVo niiidc fur tho until made to keep as near ns powiblq tllo fcol warm laid ilry flue Ifockor llootcc nnulo in two Icntliurg till oWfniiliiuuwl OA14FSKINuul the soft tanned BOX CALF inada lilt Boat ns n Still dashine heavy good yfur wtlt 8OIcI EATIIISII I kBmnldng them us art near WATKK PROOF ns MSsilc Price 8ROO Honut dike you nil know hhu tho only leather coming to this town tunned tho OLD FASH IONED way not by STEAM in 80 doyr na others nro but thpoltl LOLItLi2UOiI way which takes nourly n year to tau Tina wny yon know pro servos the lifb of tho skin mokea it wear MUCH LONG15H nrnkw it NEARER WATJSK PROOF nnd cniijos it to remain SOFT on lilt foot Tho boots are 8100 the high top shoos g00 the broguns are 8260 inlays high top 8260 The Level llo tt mado by tho Honcit Miko pco pic wo believe beyond question the BEST HOYS SCHOOL SHOE told today Tho upponnro made of the heat cromo tnnned cnlf tho solco incido- x and out ns well us thu oountur pad heels nro mndo of the Vary bct solo loather nod nnliko most other shoes the top does NOT STOP when its SEWED to the U1TEK but GOES on DOWN and It FASTENED to the SOLE making it next to IMPOSSIBLE to come npnr and being doubled ill warmer mid dryer In lIens 3275 hays 2 to 5J 8225 Child 10 to 2 8200 There ore not things of beauty but tho Duet goods in the mar ket and sold only by sauleat rtiei H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY STATIONERY We have just received a new as sortment of Stationery All the latest styles in Box Paper Tablets and Envelopes LNN1 BoxPaper 5c to 100 Tablets 5c to 25 Cents Envelopes 5 and lOc NNN PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky The Emporium at Hustonville Is Lifting the Lid in Prices i Of Into there has been much talk nlrant the LID Wo arise to a point of order AND lift the LID on CLOTHING and SHOES Notwithstanding- the advance in all leather Bockhero in NO ADVANCE IN OUR STOCK Come and IKJ convinced Clothing Our stock is largo and complete Material patterns and style cnn not bo surpassed 10 per cent off on Clothing including Overcoats and Suits only Our reason fur doing this attho beginning of the season is wo fund we are overstocked for this market our mistake is your GAIN Shoes Our reputation is wellknown in this line for huncHing and selling good SHOES It you have never tested n pair you are the loser nnd not wo y N Come and Be Convinced Our Millinery stock is nlways full nnd complete LiHten 25 per chit lower than nay city Give you the ndvnntnge of the latest Parisian styles tIWo seniehcd the market nnd give you tho benefit Como nnd bo convinced In every department our stock is full and complete in Ladies and Chip Irons cloaks Dry Goods Dress Goods Undorwonr nnd Notions Every thing for Full and Winter Wonr We tOn do you good Condo and see us J w i 0 CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Kyi 1 1 BrAsroitn KY OCT 26 1000 LET us order you some engraved calling cards everything in tho latest b styles Pennys Drug Store t PERSONALS orch1 t MRS SUE HOIMDS Is at Crab nrd MUll W W HAYS Is out after a vero illnww Miw GUZAIIETII HIGGINS Is with rel atives at Crab Orchnrd U T WOOD wont to Middle Ten nessee Tuesday to buy cattle Mil E P WOODS is out after a severe tuaslo with cnrbunclea- MR K L TANNER took the train hero yesterday for Drodhcad- MR WM SEVIIRANCR went to Cir I cinnati yesterday on business Miss MARY McKoiiEinrs is tho guest of Miss Lucy Miller Givens in thocoun tryMRs I JANK FLOYD of Danville spent several days with Mm L U CookMiss TOY COOK of Somerset was hero Tuesday en routo to Jcllico to vis it relatives Mu J C ELUORE of Jcllico Tcnn attended the burial of Jill niece hero Wednesday MR J T OMEARY wife and little son of Lebanon Junction ore herewith relatives MR J W VAUGHN and son of Camp bcllsvllle were here this week in search of a good form MRS JOHN II SHANKS went to Som erset yesterday to attend tho Sallec Parker nuptials MR C11 LAWSON of Liberty Kan illS Is hero with his mother Mm MeleerllIowsonJ of Paris camo over to attend tho funeral of his uncle Mr Samuel Englemnn JUDGe M C SAUFLSY went to Frank fort Tuesday to argue a case before the court of appeals MRS S W II AOEH of Frankfort and the Misses Mahan of Danville were 14here Wednesday with friends LUCY MILLER GIVENS enter rained at cards Tuesday evening Dr Tyler won first prize and Fred Garnet the booby MRS L M WBSTERFIELO and child ren returned to Livingston Tuesday at ter a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs M D Elmore MFSIUMKS JULIA Huanea and E T Carter and L Wcarcn Hughes attended tho ThompsonHughes wedding at ML Vernon Wednesday MRS JAS DUNN of Lancaster Is tho guest of Miss Eula Totten She i en routo to JciTcrsonvllle Ind where she will make her future home MISSES LEUA HOOKER of Paris Mo and Helen Mocker Annie Belle Wheel I er and Bessie Worthington of Huston vlllc spent Wednesday with Miss Min nio Woods DR C A Cox and daughter Mrs C E1 Cox and children of Stanford were hero tho latter part of lost week On their return homo they were accom paneled by Mrs Cox who has been the guest of her sister Mrs John II Grady MonUeello Outlook LOCALS IYoun city taxes are duo Please call at Sheriff Hills office and settle Pen ally goes on Nov 1 R G Jones city marshal I OR ono of my deputies will be at Millcdgcvillo Thursday 2ith and HUB tonvlllo Saturday 27th to collect your taxes Pay up and save penalty which is added Nov 1 T J sheriff y MR M D ELMORK is beautifying tho front of Pennys Drug Store The Ironwork Is being given tho imitation of marble and tho woodwork handsome ly grained Mr D II Goyn the artis tic painter Is doing the work r CARD OF TUANKSWO want to thank thoso who were so kind to us during tho illness of our late brother Sam M Engleman and also to the dear old Confederate veterans and the Daughters of tho who ho a loved so much J II EnglemnnI FOR StLRBowl to 1 tie home flvo rooms reception hall- bath Ilghta water newly pspared and- piutatod un largo lot All oulhousoa In g ryondi1on Largo wa fgrn town and eonvoniont to all Ure W B McRoborts Stanford 1YIu j Well Make It Warm for You eet esesrs If you will lot us supply you with your needs in Comforts nml Blankets We have tho ngoney for Stanford Tor tho Ohio Valley Woolen Mills Goods Itllll there nro lev us good and nono better We have some excellent values in nilwool Blankets nt 8300 81 85 8G0 nndS800 KM to 124 sizes Cottun Hlnnkctsnt GOc to 82 Lami sated Cotton Comforts nt 8225 and 8250 Large enough for any bed yj Ladles Look over our line of knit wool skirls GOII to 81 50 Butna of all kinds now on sale Stanford Greenhouses I HAVE 25 zquaba for sale Mm W B McRoberts Stanford Ky HONEY for sale J M Ware Stanj foal R R No1 Phone 72J DIAMONDS in rings in brooches in studs in cuff buttons etc at Mu ellers e RBAD tho nd of AIJ Robertson Bro Danville on our 1st page and seo the good things thoy have saved for you e RROniVRD of Great Eastern Casualty Indemnity Co J233 for Dr A S Price 17 days accident indemnity G Singleton agent STRAYED OR STOLEN A black and white spotted boar weight about 17G pounds Return hog and get reward Lock box 1G1 Stanford Ky TUB game of football between the Central University Knots and the Stan fore Graded School was postponed till this afternoon nt 330 oclock Admission 2T c e Tills office extends its thanks to Mrs Nannie Johnson who has successfully conducted cooking school here for a bountiful remembrance of some of her daintily prepared dishes REV J T HETTS wnlcs us from Wayncsburg that on account of tho meeting there ho will not give tho lecture on his travels through tho Holy Land at the Baptist church tonight SHOOT Miss May Smoot a relative of Mr M D Elmore of this place died at her home in Cincinnati and the remains were brought here and interred in Buffalo Cemetery Wednesday after noon after a short service at the grave I HAVE heard Mrs Long often before audiences great and small and I regard her as by far tho most effective singer I havo known Her voice manner and selections all unite to make the deepest and most lasting impressions J W McGarvoy At Waltons Opera House Nov CIiAIRNAN J F HOLDAM of the Lin coIn County Democratic Committee is in receipt of a number of now ballot boxes to be used nt the corning prima ry election which will bo held at the same time aa the general election As both elections will be held at the same time throughout the State separate boxes will be used in every precinct FOR the last several years Charles Back Robert Chrisman and John W Eads owned and lived on adjoining farms in Wayne county Each of these gentlemen sold their Wayne county farms and strange to say have beat ed in Lincoln county near Huslonvllle on adjoining land Mr Eads haying bought John W Carsons farm of 62 res at IMPORTANT TO TOBACCO RAISERS Landlords and tenants In each county whcro white burley tobacco is raised bra urged to meet at their county seats Salurday afternoon Oct 27 1906 at 2 oclock and appoint delegates to the convention to be held at Winchester Vov1 2 3 1900 It is very important that there shall bo n largo attendance I M Hanna Chmn Board of Control To tho democrats r Lincoln county Those of you who think that we can win battles against tho common enemy without a hard struggle and n long pull together aro very much mistaken Goo work and help organize your pre duct and lets carry old Lincoln county good and strohg for lion Harvey Helm for Congress Lets show the other duo counties of the district what wean do for him when wo try IN County Attorneyrnerchs Introductory speech of Judge linger Wednesday ho sail that the gentleman to whom Gen Hays passed his records at the time of the lattcrs speech here admitted that in looking over them whild Hays was speaking that he Hays misrepresented the fees paid attorneys and that ho charged fees up to Huger and his administration that hud been paid by Pratt Brecklnridge Coulter and Taylor rho gentleman further said that he had felt like correcting hays at the time as to tho record ho showed and that he was try- g to mislead the voters We wonder who the K ntUinan referred to was und why he didnt correct Uncle ape J l FINE lino of harness and saddles just in J C McClary CHARLEY BORON JR of Lebanon is hero with friends Fort heating stoves go to George II Farris lies got em FOR RENTMy cottage on Portman Avenue J C McClary JACK FROST visited us last night and this morning It looked as if a small snow had fallen LOST between T J Hills Sr ar- T D Rancys on Tuesday two soltairc diamond rings Return to this office and receive reward e THE farmers are getting in goodtin now in the way of wheat sowing etc during the lovely Fall days In the past week wo have had splendid wcath er SENATOR JAMES B MCCREAHY will address the voters of this section at the courthouse next Tuesday 30th at lm r in tho interest of his candidacy for U S Senator DONT STATE The Demo cratic State Executive Committee rescinded the rule requiring voters to state whether or not they had voted for the democratic nominee for Congress before they would bo allowed to vote in the democratic State primary on Nov Gth The committee held lhat that would destroy the secret ballot system of voting Tho election officers do not now have to inquire of the voter if he has supported tho Congressional nominee We were in hopes that the rule would stand as adopted at first RoUTPoiE At thome of the bride near Hustonvillc Wednesday af ternoon at 2 oclock Mr Eugene W Pope of Danville and Miss Pearl Rout were united in marriage by Rev Goo W Mills in an Impressive ceremony Mr Sam Pope brother of the groom and Miss Jennie Powell were attendants Miss Rout is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John B Rout and is handsome attractive and quito an accomplished young lady while the groom is one of Danvilles excellent young men and to be congratulated upon winning tho heart of such a lovely young woman After the ceremony tho happy pair drove to Danville where they will reside The INTERIOR JOURNAL extends heartiest congratulations THOMPSONHUGHES the home of the bride at high noon Wednesday Mt Vernon Mr Logan R Hughes of this place and Miss Annie Thompson of that city were married by Rev L M Omer of this place in a very im pressive and beautiful ceremony Miss Thompson is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs F L Thompson and is pretty attractive and highly accomplished She has always been a favor- Ite In social circles hero and at Mt Vernon and is very popular with both old and young Mr Hughes is one of Stanfords most excellent young men and is to bo congratulated upon win ning the heart and hand of ono of Rock castles most charming and beautiful belles The writer has known Mr Hughes for many years and we have with great pride watched him grow from boyhood to manhood into being ono of this citys leading and best citizens lie is by profession a lawyer but at present is a member of the firms of L M Huey Co andL R Hughes Co of this city He is a model young man In every respect and none stand higher as business one He has been for a number of years a city of ficial in the capacity of city clerk and tho duties of that responsible position like all others have been faithfully and honestly performed Mr Hughes is Iho eldest son of Mrs Julia Hughes The wedding was a very quiet one only tho families of the contracting parties witnessing the ceremony as but few knew of their intentions After the ceremony a delightful luncheon was served and Mr and Mrs Hughes boarded the Northbound passenger to Louis ville and from there to New Orleans and other Southern points of Interest on as happy a honeymoon as two loving and wishes for them nil the joy and- lpplneu that this world affords and may their journey be a safe and pleas ant one On their return Mr and MM Hughes will be Itt home to their l Watch the Fur Fly eaatrerleeew Tlioro is no wore comfortable feeling than to feel a nice fur around your neck when these chilly Autumn winds strike you We have all tho dillcr eat furs nod nil the diflcrcnt sliojlea from the elegant small collar to the largo Don We are showing Foxes Opossums Minks Conoys Blended Minks and twotone Fancies These are from one of the be known Fur tics in this couutry Miller of Detroit Buy ot us and you will get a pretty and serviceable fur 8150 to 818 is the nui go of prices SEVERANCE SON STANFORD oxtondsI hotel IGtT your gun fixed at Burkes 237 Main Street Danville Ky MY stock of winter lap robes is in Call and see them J C McClary THL Sewing Machines indifferent styles for sale at Muellers FOR SALE16 stands of bees withI honey Mrs Mary Wallace StanCordI WANTED =To buy a few shares orI First National Dank stock Apply atI this office I IRFlyat once one mowing machiner W J Aaton Stanford R F D No1 ATTENTION IDontfall to call at Tribblo Pences and see their new Fall lines of furniture carpets rugs etc MRS lhee sweetest singer that ever visited this city Lexington Ky Transcript Hear her at Waltons Opera House on tho evening of Nov 2 OCT 30Senator Jas B McCreary will address tho voters of Lincoln and adjoining counties at tho courthouse Stanford next Tuesday Oct 30 at 1 oclock Ladles are invited to hear him j CHURCH MATTERS Miss Lucy Mahan of London will commence a meeting at Hebron Sunday nightThe meeting in progress at the Chris tian church at Hustonvillo is drawing large crowds and much interest is being manifested in it Rev Walden is conducting the meeting and is assisted by Rev Geo W Mills rA Young Mother at 70 My mother hassuddcnly been made young at 70 Twenty years of Intense suffering from dyspepsia had entirely disabled her until six months ago when sho began taking Electric Bitters which have completely cured her and restored tho strength and activity she had in the prime ofIlk writes Mrs W L Gllpatrlck of Danforth Me Greatest restoration medicine on the globe Sets Stomach Liver and Kidneys right purifies the blood and cures Malaria Biliousness and Weak ness Wonderful Servo Tonic Price 60c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyric Dros Crab OrchardI President Roosevelt issued n procla mation naming Thursday November 29 as a day of national thanksgiving Wounds Bruises and Burns By applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds bruises burns and like In- Juries before Inflammation sets inthey may be healed without maturation and In about onethird the time required by tho old treatment This Is tho greatest discovery and triumph of modern surgery Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It Is oqI antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays lie pain and soreness and prevents any danger of blood polsoniqg Keep a bottle of Pain Balm In your home and It will save you time and money not to men lion the inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail For sale by Stanford Drug Co Y 55ACRE FARM FOR RENT The IUchnnl Oolller tnrnt of M neres on Ceilnrtreek neur ttrutars T Tllcker For pnr see Thomas llooiio or write to homes Collier Homerset Bin A Look Out for Bargains Kino Cnste l Toilet SonpJconU per rake Hint Acute Ono dozen penny inntrhoi for runt So und Lu illeti Underwear a ipeclnlt- yP J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky To nil whom them presents mnv come Knctliin You nro hereby Unit I will on Siltli tiny of October inn apply to the Kentucky lloanl of Prison sUmer nt Krnnkfort Ky where I inn now n convict convicted nt the Kfbrunry term of the Lincoln Circuit fourMUn upon the vlmrtieof nrcon and where I mil now InIIng out u your soiitonco for u parole- 1ttA1VIWI HAYUllt This Oct Stha- sPUBLIC SALE With Uu aQrelnlent of tHe heirs ulandRTnrtmssstst WI will on HA NOVH Mtll uwt hoiuw anti krt In MtfMlf ev1Hr Lincoln rounty lluu r eon to ins 101 tuiil nuvrr iiillliiK HI on Jotlot one ucrr IVrni uimlt kuovtn VII diy ol iuli ale Ixnin m in iiVliuk- hhii FTarv r KHII Tnri II tcrKiiuili Mourn a J 11111 tuthHnfin Juu1113prgr Ulliv rklrpJ try i tr I rI I il 4 q- trOLOVS1I u t kind from the lOc Canton isEvery to the 400 Squirrel Skin lines of Buckskins t iOurstrong Mochas and Golfs are Horsei Come in and buy a good pair of i i Winter Gloves and be prepared for the next cold snap f i CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY I ILFUDSfi9 We have just received a new line of Plaid Silk Waist Patterns This line of Merchandise is very scarce so call and see our lot before it is broken The prices 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 I I IL M HUBY COIE Dry Goods Notions i Opera House Block Opposite Court House ia STANFORD KENTUCKY iF 4 + s4 A1i0f4i + d + d 144i tttHf+ltH1 a f The Interior Journal Entered fp the PailOffice at Stanford at tooondcbiss mallftz- raDTtRD1IID rrtfnsOAYw AND riunwa AT X100 PER YEAR CASH 5V Whrn not so paid 1200 wilt be charged n HAIR PARKEftS Cittern a ticuiilfic but I laiaiUnl Iut I PallS to Hectare Oral tiCumnod FOR SALEc r farm of nboutSSOncrelVimtle North ot HuMonvlllo on Dnuvlllo finely srnlwred moot of It In grove no nCI ready for wheat Want to sell nt once Will noil If tnhun to the next3dnytaNRAL For Sale Privately h0l1110 and 10 acres of land ituiite- 1jaetoatddeottoaoltmtt on the Somerset kitchen and ser ptio cellar tnble and an ioc dalouiiainRi Water hydrant In the yard and one for L p BAUiEy A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY I Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Having detrnnlned to quIt tnrnrntg I w 1leU my farm of acre near Morvlixiuloti the 0 Ilnllroiul mites from DMUvlllc iV4 ii ties from lItt tonvtlle well on o rOil cons lot or IlOrles hay- andoataetoeklennete and brood tnnree a bargain tf I ilnd a buyer In tho next S or 40 days n11 KINO doreln- ndKyINSURANCE WInd Ptorm Ltfe andLlghtnloTin Rod Accident tuprreenReS Lowest 10 BERT HAtel GlInrantred Loll Paying nee rtjanequalled lllk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilcildenee rhone3o83 D DGARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special mention to Commercial Men Your patr3nfgeisaoilcfed Hone on Stock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale wlib to soil privatelysty farm of 170 es 5 miles Vest Inncn on tbo Lexi II It la well Improved and bii of water and tlinlwr fenced rellftlrAllo of 100 acres twawecn nnd Lox lying midway WellIke Good outlettn tonlanced Terinireii ouablo TIHUIIRINU Uulabury K- yLAND FOR SALE I WIII11 privately Ml acres of ono farming luid t1 ontt from JJinciuter Oil 1 xin tnnplkealwntleacraintown Ilin 1U JMiiiTtM t In gnus All under goal feiicound line plenty of never fntltng water house Is t good nnd linn all nets nry outlmlldlnH elon Klvon for diixllng purposes this KuUniiil Iwdlllnt farm should lit itn to lenpprvclatd Shoe the city council Is enforcing the lands In the vicinity of Lancaster ha Advanced rnp Idly In prU nml good U In ureut demand W IL Mus administrator It JL Moan Lancaster Ky e teeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery 0- i cTANPORD KENTUCKY ii- Offlfto Phone 17 Rome Phone IS JLBeazeyCo I Undertakers find Embalm j ere Also Dealers in Furl niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for f all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right f STANFORD KENTUCKY l i FARMERS DEPARTMENT- J C Lynn bought of J M Roberts 38 feeders at 3c M S BnuRhrnan sold to B G Fox 13 mules for 1165 George Boone bought of J L Deuz ley 11 cows and heifers at Sc 1 have 16 good yearlings for sate Greeley Lutes Stanford Grcoley Lutes bought a lot of butcher stuff at Lancaster at 3c Mark Hardin sold to Grecley Lutes a bull for 2and n yearling for 20 Fort SALEI0 shoats weight abou 65 pounds C L Henslcy Klngsville S M Owens sold to Jerry Caldwcll of Boyle a bunch of feeding cattlo at 4c Bledsoo Bailey sold his handsome combined mare to Gen W H Gentry of Lexington for 350 Jesse D Wcaren lost his good bugstY mare near Hdstonville with colic while returning from Liberty Bledsoe Bailey bought of John Steel Carpenter a handsome coming two yearold stallion by Prospect for 350 Holly Withcrspoon sold his farm near Lawrenceburg to Chas Dawson for 21000 This is n part of tho01t Ripy farm and contains 224 acres ESTHAYED Two black Polled Angus heifer calves Been gone about a week from my placo nour Valrut Flat B D Holtzclaw Stanford No1 R F D Fon SALEtO long yearling steers weigh 750 to pounds 32 feeders and sloppers weigh FO0 to 1250pounds See them at Adam Carpenters M J Hoffman Moreland Ky A report from Casey county says Tie corn crop will not be up to tbe average in this section as farmers could not properly cultivate it on uc count of a very wet spell during the time it neededatterition Meadows are good and all live stock is in good con jdition government crop report for September estimates the total bushels oC corn for the United States at 2700 000000 bushels 851400000 bushels oats 857070000 bushels wheat 12000 000 bales cotton and 298800000 bushels potatoes Surely the farm and its products are the basis of the prosperity ot tho government and the people Gov Luke P Blackburn whoso reputation as a physician and philanthro past is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrate Crab Orchard Water is the best aper ient known to the medical proCession and will euro moro diseases than anyone remedy I have ever used Get i bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores Im goin in for spellin reform declared Senator Snitch What fer 1 demanded Senator Klutch That wout get you nothing No but it will help distract attention from the tariff an trusts Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which Is quickly cured by Dr KinJs New Life Pills They remove all poll onous germs from tho system and in fuse now lifo and vigor cure sour stomach nausea headache dizziness and cube without griping or discom fort 25c Guaranteed by Pennyi Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard I understand you were down to Miss Cuttings last night Enjoy your call 7 did not As soon as she learned wns down she sent word she was out A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out- of pain If Bucklens Arnica Salvo Is ipplled promptly G J Welch of ckonsha Mich says I use H in my famll for cuts sores anti nil skin Injuries and find it perfect Quick est Pile cure known Boat healing alvo made 25o at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford and Lyne UrosCrab Orchard The Department of Agriculture has promulgated the regulations designed to carry out tho provisions of the Pure Food law and which will protect the public against adulteration and counter fells in the matter of the prepared food and drugs The penalty for misrepresentation and the provision re lulling all packages to be labeled and tho namo of the ingredients to be printed on the label put a stop to further imposition The public will now know what they are buying A Card This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foleyfl Honey and Tar fails to cure our cough or cold It stops the high heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in a yellow lackoge Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store pap In a decision handed down by the court of appeals the ruling is laid down that a creek which may run through town is not n highway and the muni ipality Is not responsible for its condi tion The was given in a case appealed from Lonisvillo and applies specially to Beargrass creek i We have recently covered our warehouse with West Coast Ready Rock Roofing with Burlap insertion and consider it the best roofing ever offered here Call and see it on the roof and get our guarantee p +srtrats W H HIGG1N5 I StanfordjKent- uckyYOUR I I 3DI t WANTSIN k Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B MoRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD PrnsoNAL supervisiou given to all Prescriptions compounded JUST RECEIVED A New Lot of Plaid Suitings Only 20c Per Yard rtria W B Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky A Large Consumer of Coal will find it is to his intcrcetto consult us before buying AVo have the must complete lino of Coal ever carried in Lincoln county It is nicely screened burns well and will please you Why Not Try a Sample Load WBEBDENHAM 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 Satisfaction guaranteed S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner nod Plumber Gut Your Feed Grind Your Corn Pump Water Saw Wood USE THE HAGUI GASOLINE EM They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 TO 50 HORSEPOWER Hagan Gas Engine Co Winchester Ky a 1 CI y T IMr Ewing Ynuni Stonfort IIL Curil br Zmo Alttr SU YcanTonnnl and llunuUttlon ZEMO ANY FORM OF SKIN OR SCALP DISEASE READ MR YOUNGS LETTER Eo W Row Mninm Co SL Louis MrsSTavzroaT Iu April 3 IgO- 3hear Sin It it a source of plawure for mo In permit you la UM my picture before and alwr cured by ZlUtO and la ten what ZI did far me I doctorail IhU cee ot Acn for MX years And spent several hundred dollars with itiyiicwM and ialiell TlM more salves and creams I used the worse my rl1C8 became Mr Ira Illadcman recommended ZEMO Uigbt bottlM ontlrvly cured me and I iMNHMly believe ZBMO h the UM rwiwly in tlw world for any rfjUrv T1 n1Ma 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