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Digital page images are linked to the text file. z =r s I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIVSTANFORD KY TUI DAY OCTOBER 30 1900 NO 65 FARMERS DEPARTMENT J C Johnson bought of W J Astor 20 1300poimd cattle at lie Von SALTTwo road carts and one buckboard G T Anhlock Stnnfonl Hugh Thompson of Chilton bought in Illinois 40 700 pound Hereford steers I have 1G good yearlings for sale Grcclcy Lutes Stanford FOR SAIE1O shoats weight about 05 pounds C L Hnnsloy Klngsvillo John B UIITo of KiddB Store sold t 40 fat cattle to blue grass buyers at 2c to Ac F P Combeat solid to Wm Lillard of Danville 20 fat cattle at 3cCasey NewsHugh Thompson of Chilton sold to Charles Lutes 82 950pound cattle at 3 and 3Jc M J Farris the cattle king deliv ered to Simon Well 125 1442poundcnt tlo atticMrs L M Goodknight has rented to J W Ends her farm of 100 acres on the Danvillo pike near town At Shelbyville It M Phillips has sold his farm of 280 acres to Curtis Drown of Wheeling W Va for 28 000 KSTIUYED Two black Tolled Angus heifer calves Been gone about n week from my place near Walnut Flat nID Holtzclaw Stanford No1 R F D FOR SAtIIO long yearling steers weigh 750 to 907 pounds 32 feeders and stoppers weigh JO to 1250pounds See them at Adam Carpenters AI J Hoffman Moreland Ky MATRIMONIAL Mr Bonaparte Sims 17 and MIs5I Lucy Stephens 13 were married at tho homo of tho bride last Friday near t Wayneburg At Williamsburg Mr Will Davis a prominent young man of Ironton 0 and Ucba Wilson a handsome young lady were married at the brides homo A Mr GrilHn of Science and Mlle Ethel Carman daughter of Mr and Mrs A C Carman of this county woro married lost week Miss Carman Is a very pretty girl and Mr Griffin is ti splendid young man and is an operator on tho QC- At Richmond A Lackey Rice a IonI of exPolice Judge H 0 Rice was married to Miss Blanche Alexander of Spencer IlL The ceremony which took place at tho home of Mrs S E McCuloms was performed by the Rev Foster of tho Second Christian Church Mr Rico is n nephew of Messrs J S and T A Rice of this place Blood Poisoning result from chronic constipation which is qulqkly cured by Dr Kings Now Life Pills They remove all pois onous germs from the system and In foito new life and vigor euro sour stomach nausea headache dizziness and colic without griping or discom fort iie Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno pros Crab Orchard Beware of tares my brothers bet ware of tares tight you are parson Ill never go on another A Card Tills in to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If KoleyB Honey and Tar Mils to euro your cough or cold It stops tho cough hoals lho lungs nUll prevents serious results from n cold Cures In grippe cough and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiate Tho genuine U ifa yellow package ItcfuRo substitutes Pennys Drug Store- Terrorists shot and killed Joseph Hohcnc director of a spinning fac tory nt Ix dz Russian Poland owing tot his refusal to yield to the workmens demands c A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Hucklcns Arnica Salvo is nipped promptly O J Welch of Tekonshu Mich 81SIII use U In my family for cuts sores and all skin injuries and find It perfect Quickest Pilo euro known Host healing salve made at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno UrosCrab Orchard Tho statement of tho New York Clearing house banks for the week- shows that tho banks hold 5073075 more than tho legal reserve require ments This is a decrease of 527275 as compared with tho previous week Result of Neglect In most cases consumption results from a neglected or Improperly treated cold Foloys Honey and Tar cures tho most obstinate coughs and pro vents serious results It costs you no more than tho unknown prepara tions and you should insist upon hay leg tho genuine in tho yellow package Pennys Drug Store Here and There At Princeton Bird Deboe the 16 yearold son of W H Deboo and nephew of exSenator W J Duboc was run over rind killed by a freight train In the Federal court at Cincinnati tho government successfully prosecuted a contracting firm engaged on a dam in a river below there under the eighthour law This was tho first test of tho measureAt Sterling Pearl Hamilton aged 17 was arrested on the charge of stealing a horse from B P Likes near Rin go Mills Fleming county Likes re covered his horse and refused to prosecute tho girl- Singular when you come to think of it But talking of Imperialism there never was a president that had to send his special commissioners packing round the world settling differences in our colonial possessions until the coming of Theodore Roosevelt a man after the hcfjrt of Kaiser Bill By a decision of the appellate division of tho New York Supremo Court near ly all the Independence League organ ization candidates for Assembly Sen ate and Congress were thrown off the ticket and under this decision cannot run under the Independence League emblem of the scales Independence League attorneys announced that they had asked for n special session of tho Courtof Appeals at Albany In order that tho ruling might bo reviewed Fearful of feeling against this coun try In Japan President Roosevelt directed Secretary Mctcalf to go to San Francisco and investigate the ex clusion of Japanese children from the schools there Alleged discrimination against the Japanese In other ways has also been brought to tho attention of Washington by the Japanese Ambassa dor The trouble is said to bo purely local in nature A story of the extreme brutality with which he alleged Henry Kettercr a par tient was treated at the Eastern Kim tucky Asylum prior to his death was related on the witness stand at Lexing ton by It R Champion one of the for mer attendants Ho testified that while lying prone on tho ground handcuffed letterer writ beaten by two attendants one with a blackjack the other with a stick or club Champion was Indicted with other former attendants but the bill against him was dismissed by the Commonwealth wAt Lancaster tho Eighth Congres sional District Teachers Association convened at tho Baptist church with a largo attendance from all the coun ties An Interesting program of ad dresses and music was carried out Wounds Bruises and Burns By applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds bruises burns and like in juries before Inflammation seta Inthey may bo healed without maturation and in about onethird tho time required by tho old treatment This U the groat eat discovery and triumph of modern surgery Chamberlains Pain Balm acts on this same principle It is an nntisoplia 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 moor tion tho inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail For sale by Stanford Drug Co Let others ravo oer What To Eat And If they will abet it A magazine would be more meet Entitled How To Get It AwfulCough Two yours ago our little girl had a touch of pneumonia which left her with an awful cough She had spells of coughing just like one with tho whooping cough and some thought she would not pmt well at all W ti got a bottle of Chamberlains Cough llemc dy which acted like a charm She stopped coughing and got stout and at writes Mrs Orn Bussard Bruf baker III This remedy is for sale by Stanford Drug Co Resolutions indorsing the formation of law and order leagues throughout tho State to crime among byAlabama NegroDarCORNS CURED Corn Exit will positively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee Uj refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 16 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Charles E Dross chief clerk of tho Wisconsin State Senate from 1878 to 890 died at Madison NEWS NOTES Four moro bodies were recovered from the ruins of the Chamber of Com merce Kansas City Kan and four per sons are still missing Mrs Louisa Smith the oldest Gypsy in America died in a Camp near freehold N J She was 101 years two months and 12 days old During a high windstorm at Johnson City Tcnn two men were killed by a falling walt while at work rebuilding a recently burned structure Two persons are dead eight are miss ing two are fatally injured and 50 marc or less seriously injured us the result of the lodginghouse fire In Kansas City Kan Baker Crawford of Salt Lick while back home from Ashland where he went to work fell under a freight train anti both legs wore cut off lie trill dieFour hundred lifepreservers and pieces of a wrecked vessel came ashore near Cape Hatteras Tho names on tho cork jackets are not known in ma rifle records In letters received at Washington William Jennings Bryan says ho is en couraged about the next louse and that the indications are that tho Demo crats will capture control of it At Winchester the disbarment pro ceedings against Judge W M Bcckncr wore called before the lion Overton Harris of Louisville who was appoint ed as Special Judge by Gov Beckham The Kentucky State Grange adopted a resolution favoring equal rights for women in Kentucky A big barbecue marked the close of the Grange and the State Farmers Institute sessions in Lexington In an address before tho American Society of Equity at East St Louis Mr F Sharp of Narrows urged that the farmers must fix a profitable price for their products and could only do this by organization The case against It R Champion one of the former asylum attendants indicted at Lexington was dismissed on motion of tho Commonwealth It is rumored he will testify against some of the others to be tried Clifford Hooc the Negro coachman formerly employed by Augustus Hartje went on tho stand in Pittsburg to de fend himself from the charge of per jury Hooe reiterated his first state ments dumagiug to the reputation of Mrs Mary Scott Hartje Ho also swore that tho confession and retraction secured from him by tho detective agency were made under compulsion and while he was intoxicated The relation of the L N railroad to tho Louisville Property Co and the connection of the same railroad with the Straight Creek Coal Coke Co were brought out in a hearing conducted by Judson C Clements and James E liar lan members and representatives of the Interstate Commerce Commission at the custom house Louisville It was shown that the scope of the Louisville Co originally organized as a holding company had been enlarged so that the company now owns over 42000 acres of timber and coal lands in Kcn tucky and Tennessee Its officers such as it has are identical with those of the railroad company and the capital stock is owned by tho railroad As to time connection of the Straight Creek Coal Coke Co which has mines in Bell county near Pinevillo and tho L N it was shown that Attilla Cox stockholder and director of theL N also is stockholder and director of the coal company At London Ira the eightyearold son of E C Holliday was seriously and perhaps fatally shot by Chester Cornell the 12yearold son of Col M T Cornell The lIolliday boy hadgone to visit the Cornell boy Ii miles in tho country Tho boys had been shooting at targets with a 22 caliber rifle when the gun was discharged by accident tho ball taking effect the heart and penetrating the leCllunA The has to the Pennington Infirmary where an operation was per formed Henry K Jones of Tampa Fla wrlwsIII can thank God for my present health duo to Foloys Kidney Cure It is a pleasure to recommend It those needing a kidney medicine Penny sDruff Store At Camden to escape from theirburnln residence Mrs H Hall and her two children were wounded by the explosion of a shotgun resting on a mantel Tho heat caused the explosion Tho contents of tho were emptied into Mrs Hall and her two Sick Headache Cured Sick headache is caused by derange ment of tho stomach and by indiges tion Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets correct these disorders and skeet a cure By taking those tablets as soon as the Arat indication of tho disease appears tho attack maybe warded off Get a frco sample and try them For sale by Stanford Drug Co ItVEIWQATSo J fI IELDMAN MAKEV XW We show an extensive line to select from styles which we think you will admire is a 45 inch cen ter vent and side seams that give the skirt a flare They are modeled to produce the form fitting you come in and try on one of these coats IMI E peRKINS CRAB ORC I SENATOR J B McCREARY Who will address the voters of this section at the courthouse at 1 oclock p M today foi + iooH+XH4Ho1oo1 HUSTONVILLE Mr Ends of Wayne county bought the 52acre farm of J W Carson at 75 Kyle Bohon and his brother Hudson caught 23 fine bass last week during a rain Ohio C Root of Louisville Is the guest of Dr J T Bohon Born to the wife of Alfred Carpenter a girl Rev S B Lenders subject next Sunday morning is Dividing the Spoils of Time Evening Knocking at the Door II J W Allen nnd Lud Evans returned Saturday from a very successful fishing trip on Green river After feasting to their hearts content they brought back 10 fine bass among which were several monsters Uncle George Estes caught some fine ones last week for Dave Al len and Dr Barker who didnt get a biteMr and Mrs James P Goode an flounce the marriage of their daughter Lillian to Mr Charles Schuler of Louisville on Nov 29th Tno ceremony will be solemnized at the Cathedral of the Assumption in Louisville by the Rev J M Rock After n short bridal tour they will return to make their home in Louisville where Mr Schuler is well nnd favorably known and holds a lucrative position They will carry with them the best wishes of our com munity Gov Luke P Blackburn whoso rep utation as a physician nnd philanthropist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is tho best aper ient known to tho medical profession and will cure more diseases than any one remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil drug gists nnd country stores Advice to Housewives- No homo is so pleasant regardless of tho comforts that money will buy as when tho entire family Is In perfect health A bottle of Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup costs cents It will cure every member of the family of constipation sick headache or stom ach trouble Pennys Drug Store Robert M Snydor millionaire capitalist of Kansas City and one of the alleged boodlers exposed by Folk was fatally injured when his chauffeur turned his auto Into a curb in tho ef fort to save a boy who got before it The lad was also fatally hurt Nothing to oar Mothers need hove no hesitancy in continuing to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their littlo ones as it contains absolutely nothing inju rious This remedy is not only per fectly sate to glvo 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 be relied upon For sale by Stanford Drug Co Of The Emporium Is Lifting the Of lato there has been much talk o to n point of order AND lift the LID on Notwithstanding the advance iu nil leather Btockthere OUR TOCK Como and be convinced Our stock is largo and complete can g not bo surpassed 10 per cent off on Clothing rd Suits only Our reason fur doing this at the find wo are overstocked for this market so our I IOur reputation is wellknown in this selling g good S It have testeda andyou never not we t Come and BeKentuckyWITH Our Millinery stock is always full 25 per CUlt lower than city city Give you the Parisian styles We scorched the market and give you be convinced In every department our stock is full and Chil drens Cloaks Dry Goods Dress Goods Everything for Fall and Winter Wear We and see us t CHARLES Weights rr Ky flinty per bushel 48 pounds bushel 11 pninds Pint Seed per bushel 50 pounds Ouiou per bushel 52 lb0 pounds Rye per bushel 5G GO pound Ileitis per bushel GO buihel 00 pounds Oats per bushel per biifliel GO pounds Timothy Wheat per bushel GO pounds 19 81 8 I cakes Lonox Soup 25c 7 cakes cakes of Town Tall lioc IW H Stanford p A Large Consumer of Coaldwill find it is to his interest to consult us before buying We have time most complete of Coal ever carried in Lincoln county It is nicely screened burns well and will please you Why Not Try a Sample Loads 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 StHo ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckV1 Tinner mod Plumber J r The Interior Journal E C WALTON t M F NORTH ItiRiimllilntn for lpnntntlVtof Lincoln iiihjfct to tin Demo 1ratlaparty rJT ROBERTS It n candidate fot MiiulKtrnte In tilt Onib yOrchilII MiiKl tcrlil HUlrlcttulijccUo tlio i tho democratic party Domocratic Ticket t For Congress r J t HARVEY HELM iofLincoln county Lr ALL the fools are not dead and wont be till many socalled doctors have kicked the bucket Two of them in Chica go have announced that 95 per cent of l lthepeople are insane because every k man who likes one thing more than another has an unbalanced mind The de votees of golf and baseball arc crazy the man who applies himself exclusive tlyto business is insane a collector of postage stamps or books Is a victim of mental aberration Now a Chicago doctor who is employed by a railroad company tells the public that hostility y to corporations is a formof neurasthe- niat and sweeps like an epidemic Hys i teria is us much a disease as small- poxJ So is patriotism a disease a man must have an unbalanced mind if ho would fight for one country rather than another Political reform is hysrcria it is due to aroused emotion It was an old Quaker we believe who once said to his wife I believe everybody is crazy except thee and me ant1 some times I have doubts of thy sanity SENATOR MCCREARY will address the democratic voters of Lincoln and ad joining counties at Stanford today at 1 oclock Every democrat and citizen i who can do so should give to Senator Mc Creary a hearing in the interest of his candidacy for the U S Senate Ills reception here should be cordial and in keeping with the high office he holds and to which he now aspires reelection He is the representative of Kentucky in j the most exalted body in the United States Especially should the support Iiersof Gov Bcckham in this county show their appreciaton by giving the distinguished Senator a patient hear i ing MR BRYAN thinks that the best wa for Republicans to support tho Presi dent is to vote for Democrats as the record shows that the Democrats have stood by him better in the Senat- i and in the House than tho Republicans have He states though that the President docs not go far enough nor- fast enough in the direction of reform After a careful review of the situa tion Mr Bryan thinks that the Demo crats will capture the House So mote it be If they do Bryan will be the next president as sure as guns iron GEN HAYS is Attorney General of Kentucky by grace of a gullible and long suffering people Holding such an office the presumption would natur ally be that he knows at least a little law but it is a very violent one He says in his speeches that henchmen off the Governor and Haly get six cents a mile for going for and returning with lunatics The fact is they only get actual expenses Is Hays ignorant of the law or is it his studied purpose to deceive the people at every point Till Louisville Iscaldquotes some body as saying that Gen Hays will carry Lexington and Fayette county Not on your life He might have ten a few votes there had he notC opened his mouth and put his foot in it but now he wont show in the race atI all Ho disappointed those who were disposed to believe a lie and made the leaders mad with him The only effect of his speech if it had any effect was to make Republicans out of a few week kneed Democrats A SAO case of a good man gone wrong is shown in the fact that GovI w0 Bradley has taken the stump for Bill Owens at Louisville The ex Governor doubtless confines his re marks to abuse of the devil and the Democratic party Certainly he can I say no good thing for the notorious t blackleg and gambler Tim asylum attendant who got five years at Lexington for killing a pa tient had better tako his medicine and not appeal as his attorney says ho will do Next time he may get his deserts in a sentence of death Five years for such a murder seems a travesty of jus tice HON JAMES M RICHARDSON of the Third district deserves to be returned I to Congress by a handsome majority I Ho does credit to his district at Wash iegton and should have an emphatic endorsement r It j IT is said that Oscar S Strans who is to go into Robsovelts cabinet as Secretary of Commerce and Labor is a straight democrat If this Is true and wo do not doubt it he isgettingin very bad company VOTE for H v9rllefihfo Congress next Tuesday well t f i P 9Y TEXAS is away behind The State Supremo Court has rendered u decis ion that solar time and not railroad or ceedingsIICongressman John Sharp Williams spoke to a large crowd at Cynthinna Thursday in the interest of Hon James N Kehoo democratic nominee for Con gressRichmond P Hobson Congressman from the Sixth Alabama district spoke t in tho interest of Congressman Sher leys reelection at Turner Hall at LoU- isville Saturday night Gov Beckham appointed Attorney J C Jones of Pineville as Special Judge of the Wayno Circuit Court to preside during the holding of n special term of that court beginning October 29 and continuing 30 days William J Bryan spoko to large crowds in a number of towns in North eastern Ohio At Canton the home of the late President McKinley he ad dressed an audience of 4500 people Woodford W Longmoor a well known young Democrat of Frankfort has tallied himself with lIon R C Crenshaw of Christian county In the Taco for State Agricultural Commission er Auditor S W Hager will speak in Lexington tonight in behalf of his can didacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor This will be Mr lingers first speech of the campaign in Fayette county- It is announced in Washington that George B Cortelyou will retire from the chairmanship of the National Re publican Committee when he becomes secretary of the treasury Harry S New it is expected will then assume the duties of chairman Democrats of the Eleventh district are making a determined effort to carry tho district for Dr Gatliff the Con gressional nominee and are plastering the county with posters showing one of the acts of D C Edwards the repub lican candidate The controversy between Congress man W T Zenor and the Hon W E Cox as to who is the regular Demo erotic nominee in the Third Indiana congressional district has been amicably settled by the withdrawal of Congress man Zenor Mr Zenor issued a statement to the voters of the district an nouncing his withdrawal- A message from President Roosevelt wasyread at a Republican meeting in Cooper Union in New York City It was the first public utterance of the Presi campaignsand created great enthusiasm liam R Hearst spoke at seven meet ing in Brooklyn and Kings county last nightIt been suggested and it is believed at Frankfort that the suggestion will be favorably received by those in terested to have during the summer of 1907 a reunion of the members of the Constitutional Convention of 1891 the framers of the present Constitution of the State of Kentucky If held the reunion will likely take place at the capital the scene of the labors of the convention and in attendance will be the members and the officers and at taches of the body The Montgomery county contest board composed of Judge A A Hazel rigg Magistrates Thompson and Trim ble decided the contest over the local option election held in the Fourth ward there in September null and void by a vote of two to one Hazelrigg voted that the election was legal The opinion of the majority declares that the way to determine the result is by a unit vote of the city The drys won the Fourth ward but the wets car tied the town by 38 Under the deI cision whisky can now be sold in all four wards A Young Mother at 70 My mother hassuddenly been made young at iO 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 the strength and activity she had in the prime of life II writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick of Danforth Me Greatest restoration medicine on tho globe Sets Stomach Liver and Kid noys right purities the blood and cures Malaria Biliousness and Weak ness Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price OOc Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford anti Lyne IlrosCrab Orchard WRITING A BOOK ExGov W 0 Bradley is engaged in writing a book giving his experience as a lawyer andI politician and also many matters of great interest concerning Kentucky and Kentuckians His friends are looking forward to its publication with great interest and the book will have a large sale He is a close observer of passing events and his keen sense of wit and humor guarantees n production which will be not only interesting but instruct ive and entertaining throughout Foloys honey and Tar euros the most obstinate coughs and expols tho cold from the system us it is mildly laxative It ft RUjirantwid Do no OlCjol1ow i 4 d IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Henry Clay Jennings n lifelong stu dent of Shakespeare lied at his homo Lancaster after n general decline ex tending over several months At Richmond George Bradley young railroad man of Lexington nI sentenced to the penitentiary for year for themalicious cutting of Rus sell Winkler a painter At Richmond William Johnson who was tried on the charge of detaining Laura tho iGyearold daughter of Richard Johnson was sentenced to tho penitentiary for five December 1 has yearsIdate for dedicating presented to the city of Richmond by exGov David R Francis of Missouri The citizens of Richmond are making great preparations for the unveiling Gov Francis will be present Miss Lennie Pollard one of seven typhoid fever patients in the Pollard fam ily died at her home in Lowrer Garrard after an illness of several weeks She was 17 years old Only the father Leo 121yearsthe in diseaseIfor robbery escaped Hood was en gaged in repairing a pavement and stepped into a shop where a large coat was hanging which he exchanged for his coat thus hiding his stripes He then walked away At Lancaster Mrs Ellen Littrell died at her home in that county after an illness of several yours She leaves a husband and four children Mr Robert Montgomery aged 25 is dead at the home of his father Thomas Montgomery after an illness of several years from consumption lie leaves a father and mother and seven brothers and sisters At Elizabethtown Attorney S M Payton has filed two suits foe clients in the Whitley Circuit Court at Williams burg against the Southern and LtC N railroads for 00000 damages for in juries sustained in the dynamite explosion at Jcllico on Sept 21 A J Bowling who was seriously injured peti tions for 20000 and the heirs of John Adkins who was killed sue for 40 000At London Fish Rinehart son of J C Rinehart a liveryman and Earl Russell eon of J M Russell a well known traveling salesman youths about 15 years old grew tired of school life and boarded a Cincinnati passenger train for Hamilton 0 where they expected to seek employment Their parents learned of their departure tel egraphed the Chief of Police at Cincin nati and when the boys stepped off the train at Union station in Cincinnati they were taken in charge by Paul M Millikin Chief of Police CHURCH MATTERS At Campbellsville the Rev J Eldrington an aged and greatly be loved Methodist minister is dead Rev R It Noel closed a 40days meeting at Olive church three miles from Waynesburg with 165 additions HSbeing baptized Rev J T Betts assisted him PlagueI the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unless you take Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living In climates where coughs and colds prevail 1 find It quickly ends them It prevents pneumonia cures LaGrippe gives wonderful relief In Asthma and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward oil Consumption Coughs and Colds ftOc and 8t Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Stan ford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Trial bottle free COOKS GUARANTEE CURE Ilono spavin blood spavin capped hock IweenythoroughlllllJOHN COOK Stanford Ky Fine Farm for Sale I formIonU Improved with good twoitory brisk residence nnd nbundant outhouses NfJr YorfurtburJ W JIAUOIIMAN Htunfonl Ky PUBLIC SALE I letJotnipike In Iliiiolii county one of so ucrui about M ones front htunford onu of ncrcan out 1J4 noire from Urn It Orchard InfrolltMONDAY NOV U county court day The tract of nJ ncrll hit IIIltockellHUI IIpplytoW K AHNOMl Kleiiilngsbiirg Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I I wish to my farm mlltH Wst of OurpulItrlanIrnidngwish The 11et also gtKweqry uathulklinga nunnnglehmnalhuIOOlI IlIoUllhI 1- Wheat Land for Rent Alvout uo from court houn Imllmllo ruindrnded Hvhool Klrntoln cistern and nil uwewmry outbuilding food K licrvs for whrnt land rest In gnaw Apply to Mrs I M UoudknlHut HtmUorU at Ira W O Withers on Danvllli Htrvct FARM FOR SALEI Tliv farm of tll late John W Ialmir fur tal till UllllrI IIt will tiika tleslring1JILvs and ii In ItlchutoudttiaucasIolnt IAmvtltonlhy ter pike nnd Is In it high statu of Cultivation Any ono having ululms against said Inl myIJ W 1A Kit Kxecntor Blue Grass Farm For Sale dealt to aril privately my faro of ire acres In tint West Knit fronting oil tliw Illauk and two nillCN trout Hutlonvllle CUllhII01I1Ihlx room uiHl In goal n1 Nilrtwoexlrn goott istooklmrniifHncllii In splendid romlllton Kurm has never fulmtK water cutrru rwi Idonee uml burn Karin will w auld on wiay- tsrntr Mreor write to lee at Stanford or McKlnney Ky 1t l UMUIIMVN GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASEYOU Why buy ready nmilt clothing whiii thre II so little ilinVrvnvH In tar privy ul ready made milts suit made to your intmnur taken Uy nn rxixriinrvii tailor I hjivtt n ImndMjMM line of Knit nod Winter gXhU I etui niHfe Iron a low nrlrv biiMnew milt to the aimldmu Auouvireonts Trou vn ext fane Versa Tsar coiupnliy 1 rlrewnt Is miml 10 none II 0 IWIBY The 11110 rtlnulurd Ky POSTED IIr Iulow atrtCllr forhllihlllllllltlltlllnlC Ir klllli o tree ujihMnt un our platv Mill liruvCUto vi olator to th full PXtvnt of tb Inw Prwl VoiiUriifnlgnn Itelchunlmcb Urn KnMVunAlitnnii A Votiaruonlgnii Roil Iliiunmnn i oruo Itiilituw- K ItolelienUtvh Jowipli Iliillou- AO Dunn M J Iliilmntin viriMllHjdcnWolch M I Mlnioni IhtvldHtrpltuns Mary Iliilllniinil L I Nunmdlty Ikaghinna Chrlstlnu II nl lon JIYnrpfitter Jneolt Jet wvln Wan 11ntUer- unbirsylJAaldu k tCliover Krvdllmulorf MnSllVnillttlnn vI1unlhlr J Nevln Carter IvitOr lialmer To Ilccliico ilrStock o- fSPECTACLES I will during tho mouth of August sell at a discount all FRAMES ETC 1alai give the lame guarantee oi tart isfuution aa before OHico over Me Roberts Drug Store 9 to 12 A M 130 to 4 r 31 W rJ Craig Stanford PUBLIC SALE I Will soil nl public auction at toy home BIS mllm Ka t of Htanford mid I miles from Walnut Flat on WKUNKHUAYOUTallMt- The following descrlUil pntitertyt Onu licntliiKilovu tartar organ room set couch ntcklng chairs nnd other furniture dining table actrof wagon larness I wheat corn check rower liiiru nhullrr rutting lax corn crnahcr l big plow I cultivator Mac harrow uu0tlhliig harrow S dOli ahoy guar und it number of other frniingplow flood work hon 1111111luUIlIoloiHirrel of apple vinegar lot hliiiles etc Mime stock hugs Terms male Known on day of sale Halo wlllbegln promptly at oclock JT IIINHAMAN I O Preachers1ilu Ky Col J Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I Having divided my farmii with my chit drum 1 will on- TIIUIWDAY NOVH IWrt sell at public auction at my home shoe frnniHlnntordon the Ireachersvllle pike sill of my property consisting of mil weanling eallkcowaSwennIUigcnlvra I Jac- kUycnnuld13chatslsowltd pigs a lolor hay In ol corn sal shocks of raider lot of wheal hay rake z muwum iiiiiiniiti i Ilhc rill In order corncru her2iutllng hot Iollellritinu mill lot ot gear lot of mu semper lot of old Iron cooking stove I organ lot of household and kitchen furni ture spring wagon buggy I tlIhurlli wngon liS wuuoti lyokeof oxen wheat Gut tcorn shelters dinner bell and n lot of other things too numerous to mention AllMinuof I and under cult In hood over that amount n cmlll of e months with negotiable notes payable In the Lincoln Htunford with 0 contractsIuIty HalotolghiprnnptlynteoclgckAMHiAH O Htanforil Ky UI PRESCRIPTIONS I THREE Honesty THINGS 1 Accuracy Intelligence are a part of every preecrip tiou wo fill Tho doctor does not write them down with tlio other becnuso of a tacit understanding that they are to go in nlwnytnud ho knows they WILL go in you 1ring his order to us 1 SraDfordDrU4Coe 7 rti tSOES FOR SERM VIGEl t 4ThcltimoIIlS oight innilc fur service made for the n utl niftdo to keep ns near ns jKalbl6 tho fuel mtiu 4 s and dry The Ilockcr Uootco mndo in two lontliora the oldfnsliioncd CALF SInN nnd tlio Oft tanned 110X CALF inadc ns urat ns a Sun day hoc heavy good year welt golo LEA11IKK L1JNT2D Making thorn ns near WATER PROOF M iMcdblo Jrfco 3BOO HonMt Miko you all know him tlioonlyllcatlior coining to tills town tannod tho OLD FASH IOXKD way not by STKAJI In 80 tiny as others urea but the old CQLI LIQUOR way which takes nobly year to ton This way you know pro serves tho life of tlio skin inakiV it wear MUCH JLONCTttll mikes jt XlVIiKIt WATISIl PHOOF null eniuw it to nroHiii SOFi on thp fiwh The hoots are 8 100 the high top shoos 8100 tho brogaus nro 2J30 in boys high top 8250 The Jxsvol Hott inutlo by tho Honest Jllko pen plo wo Iwliovo beyond quwtion tho BEST BOYS SCHOOL SIIOK told today The uppers are made of the host cream tanned calf the soles inside 4 and out as well as tho counter mid heels nro node of tho vary best solo abhor and uiiliku most other shoes the top does NOT STOP whoa its SUITE to the UPPER but COBS on DOWN nnd is FASII NED to the SOLE staking it next to IMPOSSIBLE to tome apart and Ixiing doubled its warmer nod dryer In Mcnu 275 Bays 2 to OJ 8225 Child 10 to 2 S 200 Thcfc arc not hinge of beauty hut tho bttt goods in the titer ket mill sold only by elilltlgerltl H J AIJcROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY STATIONERY We have just received a new as sortment of Stationery All the latest styles in Box Paper Tablets and Envelopes Box Paper 5c to 100 Tablets 5c to 25 Cents Envelopes 5 and lOc PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky OK Lincoln County national flank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 = OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERKeDIRECTORS J B OWHLBY Stanford II BIIANKS Stanford 0 W OAHWMI TurncriTlllo W n CUMMINS rreacbonTltle L O Ooocil WaynoiburR W n THAYLOR OIl erts Oreek It L HunntB Lancaster W O WALKEII Stanford iD FOITKR BUnford W U HiuxKr Slmiford J n PAXTOW Ptnnfor We andI1wkeratatdarepruandtoconilitent with info bnnklng iludcrn Hafuty VOPOIU Itoxei In our vnult for UI u ofourOuitonieri First National BankOt Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50OQOi This institution was established M the Depoalt Hank of Stanford In 18S8 then roorgantred as tbe National Bank of Stanford In IBti and agalu reorganized at the First National Jlmk of Stanford In 188J having bad practically an uninter rupted exUtrnca for 43 years It Ii better now with facllttte for tunnel JnjjouatneM promptly and well tban over I long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Oltlors IJ HOOKER Prese T DAlmlS v Prn J J McRODEUTS Chr W ll WRAUENAI Obr Directors r Reid Danvill- e8THarrisSlaaford J S Hooker Stanford K L Tanner U D Elmore Stanford S II DaughmanltBnlofc1 T P Viii Stanlord- Jas Robinabu Ilubble- J n Raugbman Stanford J lit I ltultO R BtoDfQrdl L SyTANronn Ky OCT 30 1906 LET us order you somo engraved calling cards everything in tho latest styles Pennys Drug Storu OVALS MISS MARY E MOIILRY la quito sock MRS STEBIB BAIIBY Is etlll quitq Milk MM T J Fwrrmt it with Mrs Chas Bohon at Lebanon Jose C LYNN was In Frankfort Saturday on butlnoM- Mm S bL SAUFLHV of Frankfort I Is horn with her parents MM W IL OHANNON of Stanford t WM a visitor hero Saturday Kecord MR H C BAUOIIMAN sPZnt several ilays at Hurrlman Tenn on busmcos i Miss LUNA PAUIBR spent Saturday and Sunday at Kirksville with tho home folks TUB U D C will meet with Mrs W II Higgins thllfTu day afternoon 230 Mete JAMBS F Houmt want to 1 Somerset to attend tho SallecParkcr wedding MESSRS WILL HUBY and Ed Hall of Somerset wore here with friends and relatives 3MRS WILLIAM MORKLANO of Lexington Is with her daughter Mrs W C Shanks Mn J J McCALL of Hazel Patch spent several days with his sister Mrs Isaac Hcrrin MIss FLORENCE TUUEHEART spent several days with Miss Virginia Bourne at Cincinnati MISSES KTIIEL WALTER and Mattie Leo Hubblo are visiting friends in lox liiRtoru Kecord Mn AND MRS F L THURMOND went to Franklin and horse Cave respectively Saturday MR ANT Mns BENEDICT SrAU ino of Lebanon arc here tho guests of Col T P Hill J C KERR was over from foxing whoI1 CLAUDE HESTER who was badly shot at Somerset is Improving slowly at his home at Kingsvillc MISS ELLA MAY SAUNDERS who has been at London for two months returned homo Saturday JUDGE M D HUGHES of Lancaster was hero Friday to meet his wife who was returning from Louisville Miss FANNIE THOMPSON of Preach ersvillo to the guest of the Misses Thompson Mt Vernon Signal MRS J H MCALISTER and little i daughter left Friday for Way Miss after a delightful stay hero with rein tivcs and friends MR AND MRS J P KIKFE of Hus tonvllle were guests of their niece Mrs C F Montgomery MondayCa scy Connty News TUB Young Married Peoples Club met at tho homo of Judge and Mrs W A Trlbblo Friday evening and organ lied with 15 couples A SPLENDID picture of Miss Minnie Carson of tho West End appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times She is at tending school at Arkadclphta Ark InoK M 0 WINFREY candidate for superintendent of public instruction was hero Sunday and yesterday ming llnp with old friends and making new r ones in his race MESSRS SAM LEVITAN Jesse Perrin and Marshall Stono went to Lancasterq Sunday in an automobile but managed to get back home by use of horso and buggy late Sunday night MRS NANNIE JOHNSON who has been conducting a successful cooking school here left Friday for Lancaster whore she has a class Miss Elizabeth Brent Johnson accompanied he- riocAls Bunts of all kinds now on sale Stan ford Greenhouses FOR UENTMy cottage on Portman Avenue J C McClary FOR certain reasons go to press earlier this issue than usual WIDHONPY for sale JI Ware Stan ford P K No1 Phono 72k DIAMONDS in rings in brooches in stills in cuts buttons etc at Mu td rarI InuJlooLIOANa aiLs at Waltons t to a Hougo Saturday night Nov Arand laugh at them 3rdl pi wr r i ww Well Make It Warm for You tteeeuerttes If you will let us supply you with your needs in Comforts and Blanket We have tho apnpy fWStnnford for tho Ohio Valley Woolen Mills Goods and there are tow us Soon and none batter Wolmvo tonne excellent values in nilwool Blankets at 8360 84 815 SOflO and 8800 101 to IM sizes Cottun Blankets at COc tp 82 Lami imteil Cotton Comforts at 8225 and 8250 Large enough fur any boil Ladies = Look over our line of knit wool skirts 50c to 81 50 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD FOR S LB Phaeton in good repair Mrs H C Warren pun heating stovoe go to George II Farris lies got em TIIBIIK will bo a ipdulnfr Jjeo nt Mt Xonla icltoolhouno on Hallocon night Oct 31 I PONT forget to vote for lion Hoc vtv Iltlm rr CongraM lit will proud n roprosontativc of whom Wo maleo1 Tim ladius of the Banks have an oxohang next Saturday in the storeroom recently vacated by B D Peyton HnflKnvn loots on salo at McKob orts Drug Store for Princess Long entertainment Friday night at Walton Opera House liON J N SAUNDERS has been ap pointed special by Gov Beckham to sit In sevenll cases in tho Harlan cir cult court as the regular judge is disqualified to sit CIRCUIT COURT will convene next Monday with tho following cases on the docket 119 old Commonwealth 31 now Commonwealth 42 old common law 90 old equity 15 equity They are divided as follows 30 felony cases 122 misdemeanors and 17 divorces MR En A PEYTON has closed his grocery store in tho Myers House and shipped his stock to Middlcsboro where he will conduct a grocery store Wo arc sorry to lose Mr and Mrs Peyton from Stanford but take pleasure in commending them to tho good people of Middles boro RlCEKuth Elizabeth the 15months old daughter of Mr and Mrs A J Hico died Sunday morning at their home near Hcdgeville of brain fever Tho little one had been ill some time and death must havo been a relief to her Tho remains were brought to Buffalo Cemetery yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock and laid to rest ENTRANCE Saturday night was at tempted through tho transom leading into Mrs W S Jones room over her restaurant but Mrs Jones screams frightened tho cowardly thieves away before they could enter the room Mrs Jones says they were two white men and tho same ones who were in her store that night before sho closed but that she could not accurately describe them Wo hope they will be captured and given n heavy punishment r DOUGAT OUT A BANK Tho Manufac turers National Bank at Harriman Tenn has been purchased by tho now bank which has been organize there by Messrs II C Baughman and W C Greening Tho now one is tho Southern Bank Trust Co and tho Manufacturers Bank will now go into liquida tion and the Southern will conduct tho business Both banks have a capital of 100000 Mr Baughman will bo tho cashier and wo wish him much success in his new venture r STILL HUNT Judge L W Bcthur um republican candidate for Congress was hero Saturday closeted with Judge Geo M Davison and other republican leaders and it is tho general opinion that tho republicans are making a still hunt fight against lIon Harvey Helm for Cpngrcsa and It behooves all demo crate to bo on tho alert and carry Lincoln county democratic There seems to be an apathy among democrats all over tho county and wo urge that Avery one bo on hand next Tues day bright and early FARRISWALKER AtJcllIco Tenn Friday at tho home ot tho brides sis ter Mrs Elbert Spith Miss Louise Farris daughter of ex Senator George T Farris of Lancaster and Mr Steph en Walker son of Mr A K Walker formerly of Garrard were married by Rev Mr Jones of Jcltico Tenn Tho bride is ono of tho handsomest young women in Central Kentucky and Iso fa vorite in society circles at Lancaster asIWalker is a brother of Mr W 0 Walker of this place and is a most excel lout young man in every respect The wedding was a very quiet one only a few friends witnessing the marriage 111181Walker make their home OUNDA black hand bag Friday Owner can get same by paying for this notice BEAD carefully Prof M 0 Win freyfi card on our 4th page and consid er well what he has to say JUDGE L W DETIIUKUJI spoke at Highland Saturday night In the Inter act of his candidacy for Congress against lIon Harvoy Halm SUNDAY morning freight No 68 which was going North had a flange to break near Rowland causing four oars to bo ditched and the delaying of PaKongor No 24 several hours tint Control University Knots of Dunyille defeated Stanfords crack Graded School foot ball team here Friday afternoon by a score of 11 to 0 The game was very exciting Our boys were outclassed Two BARNS BURNED Two big barns owned by John Riley Williams in the lower section of Waynesburg burned tho other night A barn of feed also went up in flames Mr Williams car ried 300 insurance MRS LONG won our hearts at once Every word is distinct every note pure and true and whero tho soul speaks as it surely docs in her singing there is a grand uplift of thoso who listen Long Beach Cat Press At Waltons Opera House Nov 2 s DEMOCRATS who failed to register on tho regular day set apart for that pur pose and who were unable to be pres ent on that occasion should remember that today and tomorrow the 30th and 3Iot are the days of supplemental reg istration Dont fail to register if you want to voto in tho general election and State primary SHOT HIMSELF ACCIDENTALLY While searching for Charles Hood a convict in the lumber yard at Frank fort Guard Samuel McGee of Crab Or chard dropped his pistol exploding the revolver tho shot passing through his left arm Mr McGee came home Sat urday night and is now nursing the wounded member r MRS PRINCESS LONG who will sing at the Opera House Nov 2 is a singer of much ability and it is recognized wherever she has sung She has a volco that will attract It is not pierc ing but penetrative not too strong but has moving power In fact when she sang in Music Hall at Cincinnati her voice had tho carrying power to fill the vast hall and to attract each hearer She was onco called tho sweet singer of the Pacific coast but may now well bo styled tho effective singer of tho Bluo Grass J W Ireland BIG FIRE AT SOMERSET Yesterday morning about 2 oclock fire broko out in tho third story of the Newtonian Hotel at Somerset and it with nearly all the contents wero burned The water works were out of shape and the firo department was handicapped be- Ing unable to nave anything in the hotel or building either M C Wil llama drug store was damaged by water so badly that it la almost a total loss also Grinstead Cos dry good store At last accounts the firo was still burning The loss on hotel will bo about 40000 with some insurance Mr Williams had some insurance also Newton Bros are tho heaviest losers by tho loss of their handsome hotel and its contents One of the Messrs New tons live at hlustonvilleI- IOOUGANSTRODUL From the Mobile Register of Wednesday is clipped the following concerning Hooli gans Troubles which appears at Waltons Opera House Saturday evening Nov 3rd Ono of the largest audiences of the season greeted Happy Hooligans Troubles at tho Mobile Theatre lost night tho initial perform ance of a two nights engagement The show is what might be termed a me largo of merriment Tho vehicle was built to provoko laughter and from the liberal applause it can be said that all wero pleased with Happy Hooligan and his company Frank Minor a clev er comedian took tho title role and he was ono of the best both in point of acting and make up ever seen In this I1ooJlganIdurlng Prlcos 26c Goo and 76c t Watch the Fur Fly air eeetiaan Thoro is no more comfortable feeling than to feel a nice fur around your nook when theca chilly Autumn winds etriko you Wo have all tho differ cat furs and all tho diflorcnt shapes from the elegant tnmll collar to the largo Boa Wo nrc showing Foxes Oposning Slinks Coneye Blondcd AlinU raid twotone Fancies Thco are from one of tho bot known Fur riea in this country Miller of Detroit Buy ot us and you will got n pretty and eervicenljlo fur 8150 to 818 is the range of prices DONT forget to attend J T Ding nmana sale tomorrow GET your gun fixed at Burkes 237 Main Street Danville Ky LADJCfl Just in new coats suits and raincoats Severance Spn Fon SALT10 stands ofbees with honoy Mrs Mary Wallace Stanford WANTnDTo buy a few shares of Pint National Bank stack Apply at this ofllcc I DESIRB to sell privately at once one mowing machlner W J Aston Stan ford F D No 1 ATTrITION IDont fall to call at Trlbble Pences and see their new Fall lines of furniture carpets rugs etc SENATOR MCCHEARV speaks at the court house this afternon at 1 oclock The ladies will have seats reserved fox them IUUUC SlEAKlNfi btSauflcy will address the voters of Mc Kinney Nov 1 at 730 r M and Judge It J Brccklnridgo will speak at More land Nov 1st at 130 r M DONT forget when you vote in the State primary next Tuesday to stamp opposite the name of S W Finger for governor and you can go home feeling that you have done a duty well per formed and in the interest of democ racy Dont forget it 55ACRE FARM FOR RENT OIlCtIurtleulars see Thomni lloono or write to Thomas CulIliT Homergtt Htn A FOR SALE I Bountiful untodato little homo llvu rooms reception hall lath lights water newly iawred rind painted on large lot All outhouses In good condition Ijirge stable with wider In town nml convenient to sill churches W II MflluiiKKTiti Htnnfonl Look Out for Bargains totnii n nil Ret your money worth nml It rlc s for pralnre KPKH Sic IHT dozen Klnttcnitoel soup a cakes for Halo Uc leis Und JlU Halts sit cut glens Womens rind OhlhlnnlltDhItn D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky To nil whom theso present mny come Krvetlni You nre hereby notllleu thnt will on tho ami ilny of Uviobcr Iul apply to the Kentucky Konnt of Prison Commit doper lit Krnnkfort Ky where I inn now convict convicted nt the February term of tho Lincoln ClrcultourtI1MtUt1u the chsirg of nrxoiintul where I am now serv log out n 10 year sentence for n parole ifANV1LLSIATWa- Thos Oct SSthlWM PUBLIC SALE With the legal iiKroemunt of the heirs of Atimmlit Tnrters i hliite we will on HATUHDAYNOVSI Rot sell ono house fwd lot In MllledcevUlo Lincoln county HounecontalnsKlx rooms lot one ncr anti never fallliiK well on lot forms made known on day of snit Hale bcKlnmit in oclock John V Tuner Sum IN Tarter If Tar ter Hitrah M ounce Eva J Kerrell lluthy llarliim Julie II urge holey purge hobs PUBLIC SALE Having decoded to go to Louisville we will nil MATUUDAY NOV 10 lfee IherIhUllnelleonRl8tlngf drivers nlto several Rood buggies t now rulihur stud steel tired newonehorsn Hilton seven suts of good harness sot of good double harness good surrey spring wagon veral heavy rugs whips anti dus len MUmI good tiny shelled oats nod corn- new set buggy wheels A grade set of blacksmith tools Hale will begin at 10 A LANK A IIITPIIANAN Stanford Ky iviiot Hired Itoones Old Htnnd J P Ohnadlert- uctWALTONS OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY Saturday Nov 3rd Tho favorite Comedian FRANK MINOR in Murk Swans high laugh lug hit in three act- sHooligans Troubles nt your swats r youll linve to Mninl up Reserved tntsPrir4 23c SOc and 7oc J I t U 4 I Every kind from the lOc Canton Flannel to the 400 Squirrel Skin Lined Mocha Our lines of Buckskins Horse Hides Mochas and Golfs are espec ially strong Come in and buy a good pair of Winter Gloves and be prepared for the next cold snap CUMMINSMCLARYSTANFORD PLFDS1 Plaids I Plaids I Silk Plaids in Waist Patterns at 75c and per yard Woolen Plaids in newest patterns at 50 75c and per yard Cotton Plaids in all colors at 15 20 and 25c per yard Our assortment of the above is com plete now and as such merchandise is very scarce it will be to your inter est to buy at once Call and inspect our stock 4UU L M RUBY CO Eggs taken in exchange for mer chandise at highest market price Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY AS r e The Interior Journal Entered in the Pos Office at Stanford at tG nddm matter ronstsuKn TCES AYH AND FHIDW AT 100 PER YEAR CASH t When not ea paid 5200 will be charged PARKERS HAIR Clniun aM Uuilflef the hilt Pesos a hmuUnt re r Ta Gray nail to JU Touthfjil tCololCunl cat oeedrtreet Itu w FOR SALE M fArm ot ntxnitSlOncriMMmllMNortl of Ilufttonvlllc on Dnnvlllo plko watered moil of It In unms acres sellnt Will 1mtheuoxt3Udays For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land Iltuated Just outsIde of town limits on the Somerset p pike Rome has 7 rooms kitchen and ser cellar stable and all Yante room good aeceMTy outbuildIng Water hydrant In the yard And one for clock J P BAILEY r A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 Office over Mcfloberts Drug Store in J the Owsley Building jr Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately WilliIllnl1lIIeS miles trom 1Iuton1II0 Itnntod on pike Crop consists of corn hay end oats stock leDIIU horsea and brood mares Will soil nt u bnrsnln If 1 Una a buyer In the next at or lily K KINO Morulaml Ky INSURANCE VlndHtorm Life and B98TOompnnielepr iented Lowestdos llblo Rates Ouaranle Lose Payingftee rdlUnvqunlled Tulle with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Jloflldenco Pljone No 8J JBD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Darter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY- fpecdal attention to Commercial Men Yeur patronage is solicited Borsei on commission Stack Pone In Connection Two Farms For Sale p I wish to soil privately my farm of a4KM6 miles West of I on the Laa Inttoa It Is well unproved and hit plenty of water and tlmlrer fenced and In good repair Also an unimproved arm of 100 acres lying midway Iwtwwn Lancaster nnd Lax pikes Goal outlet w well IrtSecd Terms reinonnble TIHKURINU Marksbury Ky LAND FOR SALE or lliiefnrniliigl Ieadaltuntedonemllefroth tLancaster 01- 1IAUlngton nlunit iu acres in town hut Lta About IXincnslil cultlvntlon rat In Rraua All under goal funcunnd lULl plenty of never fulling wider Uwelllng house la real mud lint all neccnsary oulumitdinge- Poeeeaeloll glwHl for swung pur1aee thll- YallantltlwlUng Brat of year Thll farm Hlnco tho olltyrnmicll1enforciugIle nw lands lit the vicinity advanced rap Idly In property Is In treat demand W Ii Jose hilmlnlstrutor It M Iou Lnnciutcr Ky e tCeelar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harnesa8addleryi 0 STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 187 Dome Phone 39 JLBeazleyCoo Undertakers and Embalm on Also Dealers in Fur future MattingeRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STAMFORD KENTUCKY t I WINFREY REPLIES TO fiULLION SOME PLAIN TALK IN STATE SUPERINTENDENTS RACE Damaging Facts Submitted to Show That Gultlon Is Double Dealing To the Democrats of Kentucky My opponent Mr E A Gulllon Is greatly disturbed over tho fact tbat tho voters all over tho state are find ing out that ho Is trying to sail Into tho State Superintendents often un der false colors and that evidences of doubledeallnR nre rapidly accumu latlng against him Many persons who know tho rela tionship existing between Mr Oulllon and certain persons In tho city of Lexington who are known to be uu friendly to the normal school move ment worn suspicious from the time of his announcement that there was a nigger In the woodpile This feeling now seems to be well nlgh universal Recognizing the great popularity of tho normal reboot movement In tho state and being conscious that tho people generally are speculating on the fact that his candidacy has from the first been strongly Indorsed by those who opposed tho normal school bill my opponent comes out In tho M O FYAD =papers of the stato and In circular letters insists that there are no per sons opposing normal schools In his efforts to deceive tho public ho goes on further and deliberately misrepre cents his attitude In tho fight for state normal schools and ingeniously con ceals his real mission In Frankfort last winter Ho has tho audacity to claim that he spent CO days of the day session of the last legislature in Frankfort In the special Interest of the state normal school bill and that ho did everythjng In his power to se cure Its pansago adding that certain Iy no one was more active In promot ing the measure than himself HA even makes a feeble attempt to provo this ridiculous and glaring misrepre sentation by persons who wore not In position to know whether he worked for the hill or nut except by tuklng hla word for it since none of them were on any committees which hall this bill under discussion In order that the voters of the state may know that my opponent Is at tempting to deceive them In this matter I submit below statements from members of tho legislature who were In position to know who worked for tile normal school bill anti who also know what Mr Gtilllons real business was In Frankfort during the last ses sion of the legislature Senator Conn Linn Talks- I was chairman of tha educational committee In tho senate during the season of 130G and as suoh I was greatly interested In thin stole normal echo hill drawn by Prof M O Win trey and Introduced by the late n W Miller I well remember Proto Win trey as tho champion of that hill both before and during the recent legisla tureI do not recall that Mr E A Gul lion over met with tho senate com mlttee on education or that he ever spoke lo me on tho subject of state normals It was my understanding tact think he told me that he was In Frankfort as the lobbyist for the newspaper libel bill which was de tested I never heard from him on any subject outside of newspaper leg islation Very truly CONN IINN Chairman Senate Educational Com mlttee Gulllon a Lobbyist I was n member of Educational Committed No1 In tho house and was secretary of tho subcommittee which had charge of tho redrafting of the normal school bill I attended every meeting of the committee and of tho subcommittee Wo were in fre quent conference with educators from all parts of the state but I do not rO call that Mr E A Gulllon attended a Jingle meeting nor did ho by sugges lion or otherwise render the commit tee any assistance I was cognizant It every stwleadlnt up to Ws pas lri i sage of tho act and I never know of Mr CJullloB taking any interest whatever in tile welfare of tho moss ure I do know however that ho spent a great deal of time before tho legislature as tho champion of tho libel bill It was only as a lobbyist for the newspapers that Ira over ap proached mo CHARLES J DAWSON Ranking Member House Educational Committee Championed the Libel Dill In reply to your Inquiry I will state that do not recall that Mr E A Oul lion over appeared before till commit tee on appropriations at any of its meetings to urge favorable action on the state normal school appropriation nor dtll recall that ho dver approach ed mo on tho subject know ho was In Frankfort n good part of the session but it was my un derstanding that he was there ng the representative cf the Press Associa tion In thu interest of the newspaper libel bill do recall very distinctly that Dr Hume Proto Cherry and Prof Winfrey woro present at these meetings innkc this statement without nny 111fcollng toward Mr fSnlllon It SHHLMAN dim Appropriation Committee May Have savored Wrong Measure In reply to your question as to Mt E A CulllnnH attitude on the state normal school matter nail as to whether hit over appeared before tho IIOUHH appropriation committee In their Interest I donlro to say that I tlo not remember his nppvaranco be tore that committee on any subject though ho may have done so I at tended nearly all tho meetings of that comnuttie and remember distinctly tho aiiirirnnco of lIon It W Miller land others In the Interest of tho nor mal till but do not recall any part that Mr Uulllnn may have taken in the question I remember the appearance of Pres James K Patterson In the Interest Rf the normal appropriation for tho State rollegp at Lexington and It may bo tint Mr Culllou was Interested In that natter thus innfiisliiK tho two normal tchuol lilllri Truly your friend LOUIS P HEAD Member Appropriation Committee In view of the above statements what bcromrs of my oppononts claim that he was In Frankfort 50 days last winter In tho special Interest of the State normal school 1a1ll7 It Is evident that ho Is trying to de ceive the public by claiming to havo labored to promote this normal school legislation Why riH ho try to con real his real business before the Ing Mature All tn rwplo ran not be fooled all the time Verily ho Ins seen the limnlwrltinK on the wall Four Candidates From Seventh District There are II congressional districts In the flute and nine candidates to be nominated for state offices Tho Soy enth dlstrlr has four candidates In the field Mr Oulllnn fur State Super intendent being the last one to an nounce Two of these four candidates have no opposition viz lion Henry M Uosworth for auditor and lion South Trimble for lieutenant saver tier As n mutter of fairness and justice lo the other sections of the state and In order to RtrongMinn tho ticket would It nut ho mlvlmililo tn distribute the candidates over blue state rather than to nominate tour out of ulna from nm section Supt FuquVs Indorsement My opponent has given wide pith llcHy to n statement which ho secured from Stale Superintendent Fuqua af ter promising Mr Fuqim n Vince on his stain bored of examiners- In order In correct nny false Impros slons that this letter may have caused publish herewith a loiter written by Mr Fuqua a few days ago Frankfort Ky Sept 11 1005 I have known Mr M O Winfrey a number of years and hayo always found him very zealous and active in tho cause of education and a success ful and skillful teacher He has been a member of tho State Hoard of Ex aminers since my entrance Into office nnd has discharged his duties faithful ly and efllclently He was very active and untiring In his efforts for the es tablishing of tho two normal schools It In n pleasure to mo to glvo these testimonials of regard for Mr Win troy Very truly TAS II FUQUA SR Supt of puhllc Instruction Gulllon Attacks Jim Stone Mr UullUin seems greatly worried over tho fact that have selected for chief clerk lion IniiiOH Stnne for mer coon v superintendent of Hrock Indulge rnnnly for two terms and chief cloih f the liminc nf lopiosenta tlves for the paat 2fi year lbo seems greatly cIsternI aver Mr Stones superior fltrMw tam this lien And grtcs on to say it MB li nIl a popularity contest btwton ihlrf clerks Ho seems to rtrgrn that cnioluncy In u chief elM is rnnrc jjsnry for ho says A irnchlno vn add n column of rat r t l rnnrr if this was the Idea vhei promptel tim In selecting his chief clerk The JnuRsns of friends of Hon James K 3n Voujthout the state will n snt Mr Qrilcns weak attempt to reflect upon Mm From One Who Knows Proto M 0 Winfrey worked Incos santly for nearly two years to pave the way for state normal schools Dur ig the two years prior to the meeting of the last legislature ho did more to mold and develop public sentiment in favor of these institutions than any other man in Kentucky During the session of the last legislature he sport much time In Frankfort and was nl ways alert and active for the state normal school bill of which he was the nuthor Ho should over bo remain burod by the teachers and friends of education In Kentucky ns one who lias labored faithfully and sacrificed much for the success of this groat cause DR K HUME Chairman Executive Committee Edu catlonal Improvement Commission Mlddlesborough School Board Prof M 0 Winfrey Is one of the most thoroughly equipped and occom pllshed Hcliool superintendents we bravo ever hail tho pleasure of know- Ing Ilcsldnn being highly educated nail a strictly moral upright Christian ntleman no Is one of the most nc live and zealous educators within our ucqiialotonco He has within four years revolutionized our schools Ho has brought order out of chaos He peculiarly fitted for his work being gifted with exceptional executive abll Ity nnd the power of enlisting ate community In tho cause of education As a result of hU good work here we are straining ourselves financially to oct for him n 30000 high school building While wo would regret exceedingly tnlosn his service yet wo can not say ton much In praise of him as n wtde awake np todato educator Wo aro proud of hltn Very truly U U RALSTON Pr sldtnL 11 If SPUAOUE Secretary WM WALLnitKCIIT Treasurer Hoard of Education Mlddlesborough City Schools WHAT PROMINENTSCHOOL MEN SAY From Prof T J Coates Supt Prince ton City Schools Supt M 0 Wlnfroy of Mlddlcsbor ough Ky stands In the very front rank of school men In thin stale An a member of tho State Bonn of Exum mars ns President of the Kentucky Educntlnnnt Ansoclntlon as Prcsldnnt of tho Rdiiratlnnnl Improvement Commission of Kentucky nil nuporlnton dent of the city schools of Stanford nod Mlddlesborouch an Institute In structor nail platform lecturer he has proven bin right to bo ranked among thin brightest truest nnd brainiest young ruin of the south He Is In the prime of life hardly forty yet amhl tious nnnrgel a tireless worker with stipnrh health and splendid rnur ago Thn Rchouln of tho elate I sin cerely believe would tin vastly hone filed under his administration I know no man who has done more than hn to amuse and direct public opinion along educational tines Hln life his heart his hopes are In his work Above all hn Is n man of action he brings things to pass He han crowded more work Into his eighteen years ofI school life than any other young man I know Ho Is a horn loader For those reasons I believe tho wel fare of the school children of the state and the futiiro advancement of Ken tacky will be best served by thn nom nation and election of Profniwor Win frey and therefore I shall cordially support him 1enYearsIngton Schools Covlngton Ky OcL 23 lOG As a school man I nm watching tho progress of tho campaign for Superin tendent of Public Instruction with more than ordinary Interest and feel that the people should ho allvo to the educational demands of our coma monwealth The heat interests of public schools demand that n thorough school man should bo elected to the office of Su perintendent of Public Instruction In Kentucky He should bo n teacher by profession and a man of wide expert Once In actual school work Ho should be a leader In his profession as well ns n scholar He njiould know the ed ucational needs of the state nail should bo over ready to sacrifice per aonal ease for tho good of tho state Such are somo of tho qualifications the superintendent of public Instruc lion should have If all tho qualifica Inns are possessed by n candidate tho people should not hesitate to east their votes for him on election day Fortunately for tho educational In terests of Kentucky there is such a candidate in tho person of Pro M O Winfrey superintendent of the Mid dlcsborough city schools Very respectfully JOHN MORRIS From Prof W F Pate Supt Lebanon Graded Schools- In my long association with Prof Winfrey I havo always known him as- a man of fine moral character ns nn earnest and zealous worker In any cause that he considers right as a man of strong convictions and with the courage to carryout those convlo lions No man has ever worked moro ardently for tho upbuilding of our common schools no ono In our state Is better equipped for tho duties of the Important office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and certain It Is that no other ono has done such ef fecllve work for the establishment of our state normal schools and In my humble opinion the best thing that can happen to tho educational lntor ests of our state Is to elect him to the position he seeks and begin a new and more progressive era In Kentucky u r IIMr Ewint Yours Slontf ort UL Cur J br Znw Arc r SU Yn Torranl 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