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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 F THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 1906 NO 66 SENATOR JJlS Speaks la an immense crowd al Ha Tiio tocptUn accorded to Senator McCreary on tho occasion of his address hero Tuesday afternoon was cordial hearty and sincere A band and about 300 citizens Including Confederate and Federal soldiers met the Senator nhalf milo from town and escorted him to the St Aaaph Hotel where n large number of his admirers called to shake t his land and with him God speed Gar rand Doyle Hockcastlo and Madison counties each sent a good delegation of its representative citizens For reasons satisfactory tho editor has supported Gov Dcckham in thoio columns and- willeupporLlttmontheGthofNovcmerFor apology Is due Out that scnsa of jug tica which wu ask and which wo give to all men prompts us to accord to Senator McCreary tho full measure of his rights Wa realize that ho has been n substantial friend to tho democracy of Lincoln county and If wo had ever believed that Ms strength was on tho wane or that his good deeds had been forgotten the ovation which he receiv ed at tho hands of the democracy hero Tuesday would have readily dispelled p such opinion Ills fight for rcnomina Lion has been in keeping with his high character ho has discharged his duties with iljnal ability and honor and If ho should be successful at tho tolls next Tuesday the INTERIOR JOURNAL will found ready to hotel his banner and ahull rejoice with this brave Confeder soldier In his ultimate victory IIate a brilliant introductory speech by Col T P Hill Senator McCreary said in substance I am glad to meet this splendid assem blage of democrats from Lincoln and adjoining counties tho ladles who havo honored mo with their presence and my old Confederate comrades Tho re volving yeas brings changes but my affection for tho old Confederates and tho Southern women will never diminish Wo submltted however to the arbitrament cf the sword and all now rejoice that wo havo a united country under one flag Tho democratic party Is greater than any man or faction It governed Ken1 tjcky amt the United States for three qiartcnof a century and gave to both fame and good government The re publican party Is divided and dtsorgan bed and the country stands aghast at tho discoveries of corruption which been to light by n wave i 1 IIhavopcwtcflks swindles thievery connection with public lands In the West has been exposed as well as the life Insur ante outrages In Now York There Is dissatisfaction everywhere because tho classes and not tho muses arc govern IllS tho country organized labor Is en I trying politics and foreign countries aro c liable to retaliate with high tariff laws Tho people with one accord aro looking to one man Wm Jennings Uryan tho next president of the United States + Gen U S Grant once said that the democrats camp today where tho re publicans did last year Tho ropubli cans art now camping where tho dem ocrats camped 10 years ago Federal regulation of railway rotes WM first suggested In a democratic platform The most brilliant episode in Hoosej celts life was bringing Russia pan together to discuss terms of peace The last three democratic platforms have favored tho arbltralion of inter national disputes Tho wave of reform sweeping the country is now play log havoc with bosses and machine rule Tho republican strongholds or Pennsyl vania and Ohio have elected democrats to get rid of bosses and machinery Nor is this ailment I am sorry to say con t fined to the republicans Tho democrat ic strongholds of Maryland and Missou ri have been recently driven Into the republican column for tho same rea sons I speak of these things because Kentucky Is now one of the worst boss ridden and machine States In tho union and we must break It up Four years ago I was elected to tho- U S Senate and I am now forced to como before you for reelection two years and eight mouths before my suc cessor can take his seat and IS months before ho can bo elected a thing un heard of In tho history of the country Sells More of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than of All Others Put Together- Mr Thos George a merchant at lilt Elglni Ontario says I have had tho local agenuy for Chamber Iains Cough Remedy over since It was Introduced into Canada null 1 soil as much of It as I do of all other llnoa I have on my shelves put together Of tho many dozens sold under guarantee I havo not had ono bottle returned I can personally recommend this iiiedl olno as used It myself and given It to children and always with tiro bostresults For sale by Stanford ti Drug Co- i J McCREARY Ions Opera House Tuesday afternoon I nm in favor of selecting Senators by primaries but u reasonable length of time ahead three or four months us has recently been done In Tennessee Georgia South Carolina and Alabama I have voted twice for an amendment to tho Federal constitution providing for tho election of Senators by the pea plo The call for the primary was in violation of the rules of tho party When has there been a convention to promulgate new rules and select new committees 7 So long back we can hardly remember The governing tiu thoritics are afraid to calla convention because they know they will be deposed Tho primary was called at this early dull so that it might como oh while Ucckham was in office with all the power of the office behind him was In Washington when it was ordered and had but little time to canvass My friends told me when I come home that It was useless to cope with the machine that it had the State in Its coils liko a boa constrictor but they did not know me like liko my old Confederate com rades do I told them I would fight the machine if I was crushed and got but a single vote in tho State The time has como for people to assert themselves Why should I be compelled to stand aside for Ucckham My record of 12 years in the House and three years in the Senate has never been assailed or criticised There is no stain upon my record public or private Why should not I as well as Bcckham haven an endorsement 7 I managed his paign In 1900 and assisted him In his second race lie says that I have spent my life in office That is not true butI his biography written by himself for one of tho encyclopedias shows that ev cry day of his life since ho has been eligible has been spent in office The constitution contemplates that Senators should be men of age experienced in national affairs and the majority of them are Deck hum is only 37yeurs of ago and if hu has any views on national affairs no one ever heard of them If ho should go to tho Senate ho would have to study after ho got there but ho would bo in a class by himself and would have no one to play with leo plo In the affairs of life do not lay aside trained and efficient servants for the untried and they should not do so in po litical life Tho Senator then reviewed tho acts of tho last General Assembly the cap ital appropriation and employment of architects He condemned tho action of putting tho asylums In charge of three commissioners Instead of the plan In vogue for 100 years Ho said that the commissioners were politicians who were using their offices for political purposes Thirtyone now offices were cre ated by tho last Legislature mot of them useless to bring patronage to use against Blackburn and himself In the the last county he visited there were six appointees of Ucckham hard at work for him and ho was using the pa tronage of his office allover tho State to promote his election It requires money to pay these increased expenses and this new revenue bill taxes every thing from a glass of lemonade to a cur dog Dcckliam Is trying to ride into office on tho temperance wave The Senator contended that Ucckham was not sincere In this and read lettcrsjof Senator Farris and Rev a L Powell to prove It When I was speaker in 1874 the question of local option first came before the Legislature I up pointed an able committee to consider the matter and sat with them at their request and helped to frame tho present local option law I have always voted local option when 1 had a chance and have been a consistent temperance man nil my life hove never received aid from the whisky interests in any of my races I asked Ucckham in my first thingInever answered by him The Senator then compared and con trasted his administration of tho once of governor with that of Gov Beck hams reviewed national affairs and closed after thanking the voters present for their allegiance to him while in Congress and the audience for its patient and earnest attentionI CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will posi tively remove corns In four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottlo of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky 4 Fire in a stable at Danville for a time threatened the first building used by Centre College but was extin guished without any damage to tho historic structure NEWS NOTES i Gus Straus the wellknown lurfmai mid business man died suddenly nt LexingtonThe Indians are on tho war path In Montana and troops have been called out to suppress them Atlantic City N J officials say the total death list as n result of the Thor oughfare bridge wreck is 62 H S Henderson died at Hlckmai from blood poisoning caused by being finned by a catfish four years ago Mlchaell1urkaged 106 years tin oldest resident of Ohio died at the residence of his son in Newark lIe formerly resided in Ashland Edward Emerson who killed William Goebels old tutor was convicted of manslaughter nt Covington nnd given two years in the penitentiary Two banks at Winchester have brought euit to recover money paid as taxes on government bonds claiming hoy should have been exempt Ed D Paton county clerk of Bout lx d county dropped dead while eating dinner Ho was widely known and belonged to a prominent family Proceedings to disbar Judge William Ueckncr one of the leaders in the State bar were resumed nt Winchester but no decision was given by the trial JudgeA d said to have been caused by tho spiriting away ofa girl from her guardian by her brothers was en acted near Wallins Creek Harlan county and one man was killed Thomas Wright perhaps the most frequently wounded veteran who sur vived the Civil war Is dead at his home in Bristol Tenn He was shot 16 times and left once on the battle field for deed The Isthmian Canal Commission de- sIres an appropriation of 2510G25S 73 to continue its work on the Panama canal during tho fiscal year ending June 30 1908 according to estimates made public in Washington Mrs Eddy the lender of the Christian Scientist cult is very ill but she declares she is not and will have noI other physician but God The ruling passion strong in death rarely reach es to sublime a point as this Judge Joseph E Gary of the super lot court of Chicago died suddenly Ho had been on the bench 43 years and made a national reputation in the an archist trials of 1888 in which ho presided lie was born in Potsdam N Y In 1821 The dissenting opinion of Justice Harlan of the United States Supremo Court In what was known as the whitecapping case In which this tri bunal reversed tho decision of the United Status Court for the Eastern district of Arkansas has been filed with the court Adj Gen Henry R Lawrence has announced appointments ns follows W J Foley of Lexington to be assistant adjutant general of the first brigade Kentucky State Guard with tho rank of lieutenant colonel A McLean Mof fett of Louisville to be inspector of small arms rifle practice First Infantry with tho rank of captain Alan P Gilmour of Lexington adjutant of the Second regiment Kentucky State Guard with the rank of captain OTT- Er Anderson Lawson bought n bunch of cattle from A Arnold at a good fig ureAbout 20 of the youngsters of this section gave John Jqmca a serenade that made the forest tremble- J A James and Visa Mnlissa James stole a march on their friends by elop ing to Jcffcrsonville and marrying Prof Jake Elder and W A Owens of the lice Lick section are teaching a singing school at Pino Grove A good deal of Interest is being manifested Skelton Coleman wifo and little grand daughter arc visiting at Row land Charles Enslin took charge of the postoffice at this place Oct 31 We regret giving up Mr Schanzenbach as lib has made a faithful official Croup- A reliable medicine and one that should always be kept In the home for timed i ate use is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It wlllprcclit the attack If given us soon us the child becomes lioarso or oven after the eroupy cough appears For sale by Stanford Drug Co Richard Crokcr the former Tammany leader has sent a cablegram rom Ireland congratulating State Senator P H McCarren leader of the Brooklyn Democracy on the stand he has taken in opposition to W R Heart Cut this out and take It to the Stan ord Drug Co and get a freo sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets For biliousness and consti tution they aro unequaled They 1m Provo tho petite strengthen tho dl gestion and regulate tho liver and rowels r H VERCoArs ELDMiifM W W WITHI styleswhich w ter vent and side seams that give the skirt a very graceful flare s youcomeWE PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KY l HUDBLEIEld F At Tinder will filrhis appoint ment at the Christian church Sunda afternoonJ bought 100 barrels of corn at 160 per bbl L P Weaver is improving his farm with a new barn Ruth the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs A J Rice died Sunday morning and was buried Monday in Uuffali cemetery They have the sympathy oC the entire community in their great sorrowMrs E B Miller has returned from a visit to Indiana Mrs C C Sink and daughter Miss Vcrnie of Lexing ton has been with Mrs A J Rice Mrs Luther Weaver is visiting her mother at Uronston Ky Mr and Mrs Ben V Smith of Somerset were visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs J N Sloan are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter Miss Ethel Carman who accepted a position- as vocal teacher at Science Hill some months back was married last week to Mr Walter Grills of that place Tho Wedding came as a surprise to her many friends here Miss Carman Is one of our prettiest and most attractive girls and is a young lady of rare accomplishments Mr Griffis is a prom inent ydung business man We wish them a prosperous and happy voyage on the sea of life Mr George Lawson of Coffcyville Kits was here Tuesday mingling with his many old friends In Time fPeace In the first months of the Russia Japan war wo had a striking of tho necessity for preparation the early advantage of those who s to speak have shingled their roofs in dry weather II The virtue of prep aration has made history and given to us our greatest men The ual as well as the nation should prepared for any emergency Art you prepared to successfully combat the first cold you take A cold can be cured much more quickly when treated as soon as It has been contracted and before it has become settled In the system Chamberlains Cough Heine dy Is famous for its cures pf colds and It should bo kept at hand ready for instant use For salo by Stanford Drug Co PREACHERSVILE Born to the wife of James Moser a boy Dame Rumor in a quiet way is telling that there will be weddings soonMaster Willie Anderson the oldest son of D M Anderson is quite ill of appendicitis John Anderson has been quite sick but is able to be out again Master Henry Anderson has been sick o throat trouble Mrs Rebecca Par sons visited her nieces at W P Whites Cecil McClary of Brodhead visited at J M Cress Miss Emma Boone and sister Mrs Ham Smith of May wood were visiting their aunts Miss Aurelia Parsons and Mrs W P White Mrs Henry Blankenship has returned from a pleasant visit to her daughter Mrs J Kirby at Lowell 7Mra John Mer shon of Somerset and Medames Jesse Traylor and W P White visited Mrs Laura Boone at Maywood Mrs John Naylor visited Mrs Dan Naylor IIhucrkbuhoseGov rep utation as a physician and philanthro pint Is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper ient known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than any one remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores A safe prediction Tho name of the next Governor of Kentucky begins IH and has to syllables If the liquor interests in Kentucky are wise they will keep their hands out of Kentucky politics Can it be possible helaw of demand and supply governs the crop of fools A 3ai The Emporium at Hustonville- Is Lifting the Lid in Prices Of late there has been much talk about tho LID We arise tou point of order AND lift the LID on CLOTHING and SHOES Notwithstanding the advance in all leather etockthere is NO ADVANCE IN OUR STOCK Come and he convinced Clothing Our stock is largo and complete Material patterns and stylo cau not surpassed 10 per cent oftouClolhillg including Qvercoats and Suits only Our reason for doing this at the beginning the season is we find wo are j overstocked for this market so our mistake is your GAIN ShoesOur reputation is nell knmvn in this line fur handling nudselling good SHOES It yon have never tested a pair you are the locr and not we a Come and Be Convinced Our Millinery stock is always full and complete Listen 25 per cud lower than anycity Give you the alvantige of the latest Parisian styles Wo seaichcd the market and give you the benefit Come and be convinced- In every department our stwk is full and complete in Ladies nail Chil drens Cloaks Dry Goods Dross Goods Underwear and Notions Everyithing for Fall anti Winter Wear Wo can do you gout Come and see us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Ky IoHiirtoy PIT bushel 48 pounds Blue Grass Seed per bushel 1o1i pounds Flat Seed per bushel 5G pounds Millet Seed 50 pounds Onion per bushel 52 pounds Peas per bushel GO pounds live PIT bushel 50 pounds Turnips per bushel 60 pond Deans per bushel 60 pounds Clover Seed per bushelFiO pound Oats per bushel 32 pounds Irish Potatoes per bushel GO pounds Timothy per bushel 45 pounds Wheat I per bushel 00 pounds 10 pounds Granulated Sugar 81 8 cakes Lunox Soup 2fc 7 calves Brag Soap 25c 10 calves of Town Tlllk25c 7- I W H HIGGiNs Stanford Kentucky r I A Large Consumer of Coal will find it is to his interest to consult us before buying Wo have the most complete line of Coal ever carried in Lincoln county It is nicely screened burns well and will please you Why Not Try a Sample Load e 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 putjn your country home at 100 to 500 Satisfaction guaranteed S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tintier and Plumbert The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH It it cnmllilntc for soon of Lincoln county sulijict tollio the Ucuio ratio party JT ROBERTS It n cnnilhlnto for MnRUtmte In tho Crnb Urchnnl terlBt District uiiijtct to the action ot tlitnteniocruttupnrty Democratic Ticket For Congriis HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county WE beg to remind tho democrats of Lincoln county of the candidacy of Hon Lillard H Carter of Anderson county who desires the nomination for attorney general of Kentucky Mr Carter is a lawyer pronounced abili ty which is the first thing to consider in choosing a candidate for tho office to which ho aspires He is a district man and a gentleman of the highest type Ho is also a democrat having never balked or sulked and whenever and wherever tho democratic party has needed him his services have been obtainable and we may truthfully add they have been of great value By all means let Lincoln county stick to home folks it is good politics ant in this in stance it is better than good politics it is best for the legal interests of Kentucky Vote for Carter JUDGE HAGER spoke at Lexington too large and representative crowd of stal wart democrats Tuesday and that he made a fine impression is but putting it mildly lie met and refuted by the records every charge that Hays has brought against the administration and convinced every one by his honest and direct manner and utterances th tKen tuckys interests will be in worth hands when this experienced business man is placed in charge Though h e has never made any pretentions at ora tory those who heard him agree wit one accord that he is a speaker of grea force and an orator of much ability That he made votes for himself and de mocracy is admitted on all sides OUR readers remember the revolting disclosures in the suit of Millionaire Hartje of Pittsburg for divorce al leging that his Negro coachman had been criminally intimate with his wife The Negro has been found guilty of perjury and Mrs Hartjo vjrtually ac quitted of the foul charge which places her infamous husband in a conspiracy ts get rid of her by ruining her reputa tion and making her an outcast If the poor woman has any male relatives worthy of the name of man they will take advantage of the unwritten law and wipe the monster from the earth he desecrates NEXT Tuesday is the day set apart for the primary and the election o Congressmen throughout the State Hon Harvey Helm is the democratic nominee in this district and should be elected by a handsome majority Do not let your zeal for any candidate in the primary cause you to forget the man who is already the nominee of our party His race isan important one WilY should I get out of the way for Gov asked Senator McCreary in his speech here Why should he get out fo3r anybody and why should he not hold on until judgment Some times people can be forced to give up offices and it looks to us like a case of that kind at present I WILL not ask for office but six more years said Senator McCreary ThisI will make the old gentleman fully 100 years old and entirely to ancient to find any playmates in the august body Dont punish Mr McCreary in that way l TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL suggests that the Frankfort Journal pay the Frank fort Crusader 30c and stop that 25000 damage suit Gaines needs only a lit tie pocket change and 30c will go a long ways with him POLITICAL Thadeus S Helm has been appointed postmaster at Olga Russell county Secretary Bonaparte was the chief speaker at a Republican meeting inI Elkton Md Gov Beckham in his Campbellsvllle speech criticised Gen Hays as follows Hays would steal the livery of heaven in which to serve the devil and is now wearing the stolen garments of democ nt racy Rewards aggregating 50000 were D offered by W R Hearst for evidence I of election frauds in New York next Tuesday night Tho rewards were announced by the New York Democratic i State Committee t r Capt C C Calhoon deposited with the AudltortM Governments voucher t for 21000 ich will be divided among the members of the Fourth Ken infantry and the two troops ofI1 tucky cavalry which served in t ewarwith Spain WS Taylor has wiredrtoGrant 1 Roberts of Jtl1 r p 1 toI an inquiry that he knows noting r whatever about the letters signed W S Taylors friends to being sent out from Indianapolis to Kentucky Demo crats and is sure they were not sent his friends KINGSVILLE Claude Hester is steadily improving The ball lass not yet been located Russell Gooch died Sunday morning and was burled at Pleasant Point Mon day afternoon Tho postofllcCjWns moved into the Thompson buildingjon the 1st also Mor IRevufar appointments at the Christian church Sunday He was very much gratified at the splendid Sunday school held in the afternoon and complimented tho music especially the singing of the girls and boys A protracted meeting began at the Methodist church Monday night and is being well attended Miss Bertha Jenkins has been very ill but is improving Mr and Mrs Craig Butt and baby have the guests of her parents here Virgil Bastin who has been working at Burgin for a few weeks is on night duty at the tower Granville Murphy and family havo mov ed into Edmund Murphys property Dr C M Thompson is at Celina 0 this week Mrs Thompson will have in a nice line of millinery in a few days Sheriff Hill and Deputy Will Hester were here Monday Mr Lon Mcln tosh of Memphis who has been the guest of his father here has gone toI Louisville Miss Madgo King of Lexington is visiting relatives hero At torneys T J Hill and Geo B Saufley were here Saturday C F Jones su perintendent of signals on the Q C was here Saturday Tom Henderson Gooch and son Revel Gooch were here Saturday taking up ticsIIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A E Hundley and John B Stout interyI Shelby Tevis will hold an auction sale of jack stock at his farm near 20hatt Williamsburg after several weeks ill ness He was county judge from 1886 to Adams jointly indicted with Fred Pharris and J M Claggett for the murder of Fred Ketterer at the Lexing ton asylum is on trial in the Fay tte circuit court The Pulaski StaVe Co has filed suit against the Millers Creek Lumber Co at Mt Sterling asking 40000 damages for breach of contract to sell the plain tiff a lot of toga which were later sold to other parties Thomas Vaughn probably the thin nest nan in the world is dead at his home in Madison county Ho was six feet five inches tall and weighed about 50 pounds He traveled with Barnum Baileys show for years The Court of Appeals reversed tho Circuit court in the suit of the C LoganfHundley and the C N 0 T P railroad against A E Hundley taken to the higher court on appeal The case was a suit instituted against the road by the plaintiffs for the injury of several thoroughbred horses at Burgin that were being shipped to St Louis Advocate MIDDLEBURG Mr J F Gadbury at Phil has order ed a very fine monument placed at his fathers grave in the Middleburg cemetery A Louisville firm has tho contract There is to be a new county road opened up across the knob from this place to Grove which will be a great convenience to our people as well as to those living on the ridge east of townOne week from today will settle several contests in Kentucky and settle some differences that have been disturbing the minds of the people for the last several months These contests are not always very pleasant and it isI well that the end is so near H C McWhorter has returned from Louisville but will return again in a few days and take with him his family Rev W G Gilford came home Saturday to bee his family He preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and night Rev H M Shouse went to Berea Saturday Mrs Permelia Wall of South Fork Lincoln county spent last week with her sister Mrs G S Benson CHURCH MATTERS Bishop Isaac Lea Nicholson of the Milwaukee Episcopal diocese died af ter a lingering illness The first quarterly meeting of this district will be held at Stanford begin ning at 11 oclock Saturday A M Rev J W Simpson is the presiding elder There will be a congregational meet ing at the Presbyterian church next Sunday to consider the question of calling a pastor A full attendance Is dc sired A minature reproduction of Hio log cabin in which the Cumberland Presbyterian church was Wgamfced was unveiled at the menting of the Loyalist synod at Hopkinsvillo and on aifyctins 6ceno as the tjtn egatotr snag The OU Cod Cabin fs Enough tor Me IGood iYk A lie of rain Sired In Hustonellle on a Geafyjuns Day Udn DANVILLE KY Special Sale Long Kid Gloves 12Button length Suede Kid Gloves Black and White only 150 16Button length Suede Kid Gloves Black and White 2 pair 8Button length Glace Kid Gloves in Black Tans and Grey at 2 12Button length Glace Kid Gloves in Black Grays Tans and Reds at 250 16Button length Glace Kid Gloves in Black s Browns Tans Reds Green and Evening Shades 325 pair We have all told of the above 350 pairs and can not replenish the stock except at an advance of nearly 12 more than advertised prices so we advise prompt purchases DANVILLE KY Got Yoor Feed Grind Your Corn Pump Water Saw Wood USE THE HAGAN GASOLINE ENGINE They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 TO 50 HORSEPOWER Hagan Gas Engine Co Winchester Ky YOUR WANTSWi imtttl fPf Drugs Paints and Oils Window Stationeryi ces by W S McRoberts DRUGGIST PERSONAL stopfcrvwion given to all Prescriptions otup6 tiij Va l t J SOES FOR SER VIGEI r u T furIIUIIIInnlCALF SKIN and the soft tanned BOX CALF rondo ns nmtt ns a Sun day shoos heavy good year wok solo LEATIIEIl LINED nmkiug them R8 ji mr WATIm PROOF as possible Irfco SfiOO ironest Miko yn all know him the oulyeatlicr coming to this town tnnnod tho OLD PASlf IOXKD way not by STEAM in 80 days as others aro but tho old COLD LIQUOR my which takes nearly n yon to tan This way you know pn wrvtt tho lIfo of the ekiii aortas it wear MUCH tONG 1i wakes it NKAIUiR WATRIl ritOOF nml cntiMM It to ramnln SOFT on the ftThe hoots are 100 the lamb top shoo 81 00 the brogans are 92M in boys high top 82fiO The Lovol Hot Butte by the honest Mlko pcu isle we Iwliovo beyond qiiealion tho BEST BOYS SCHOOL SHOK sold today The uppers are nimlo of tho host oronio tanned csdf tile solon inside and out no woll an the counter and heels are made of the vat but wli Irtitlior and unlike most other oboes the top doe NOT STOP when its SEWED to tho UITEK but GOES on DOWN and in FASTENED to the SOLI making it next to IMPOSSIBLE to conio apart anti being doubled its winner and dryer In liens 8275 Boyd 2j to CJ 8225 Childs 10 tu 2 200 There aro not things of beauty butt the hcdgOQr in this roar 1 kcl and sold only by 1 aa H J McROBRTS 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 f the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 == a OFFICERS s s a S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J D Owstir Stanford H BIIANK Stanford O IV Ourcxty Turnertrtllf W n CUMMIN IreachertTllle L O Ooocn Wayneiburg W H TiuYuiit ailocru OreeU It L beams Lancaiter W 0 WALKEII Stanford J nrPosTKH Stanford W n HIIAMKI Stanford J II PAXTOX Stanford We r AndIIl1nklJrllll11luro ofourFirst National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Initltutlon wai originally established the Deposit Hank of In 1868 then reorganized al the National Dank of Stanford In 1885 and again rcarganlied ai the first National Jiaik of Stanford In Ulti having had practically an unlnter rupted existence for 43 year It li bettor supplied now with facilities for transact Inp ullnlMI and well than ever before to Its long and hoaorable career totIporatlons Solicited p a OffoorjJ J e HOOKER PreS T IlAnms V Pros J J MOItODERTSI Obr W U U- hrDireotort DaOIIIB UockerStRnturdK Id U rlIl1ore Stanford StdnfordTJill Roblnlon tlbanfodJPo R Tate Stanford t STANIORU Kv Nov 2 1906 LET us onler you some engrave calling cards cvarythlng In the Intel styles 1onnyi Drug Store- PERSONALS Mil M P RLKIN le hero front Lox ingtonMn MARY STRAUII wont to Somer set Tuesday liON n J BKTIIURW of Somerset was hero Wednesday t MlBfl LUCINDA LtrrHfl la out again niter a severe Here throat Hotu to tho wife of Dr 111 Chnsc of Junction City a ban Icry MIM KuzAiiHTii IMrJoii tAN of Dan villt Is with Mr K T 1oncn Jr Mn ANI MRS W MASON Moniu wore at Somerset for a few flays MISS SARA UAUOIIMAN is tho guest of Miss Peebles at Mooresvllle Ala Miss MOLIJB UrtooKS of Crab Orch ard WAS with Miss Tcvis Carpenter Mn J T JON S of Stoncga Vat spent several days with tho liomofolk here MRS J T 1uocTOit of Mt Vernon is visiting Mm H P Mnrtin at Howl mJ t MESSRS W P AND C D CAMruntu of Casey were guests of J S Cnmp bell Miss MILDRED COSHKY of Junction City was tlio guest of Miss liessli Hill Miu J M AIVFRSON attended the Sallec Parker wedding Tuesday at Sums enct Miss LUCY MAIIAN of London la conducting n protracted meeting at lie bran I MR II ENRY THOMAS of the Case County News was hero the first of the week MRS JINNI WOIK and son Joseph of Danville were guests of tho family xfTJ Hill MR GEORGE W Eva of linens ter has gone to Orlanda Fla to spend a few weeks MRS JKO II MKRSIION ofSomerset has been tho guest of her daughter Mrs A C Hill MRfl Jolly J UniGirr and children have gone on n visit to her parents at Hcndcrsonville N C MRS J C MCCIARV of Stanford spent several days with her son It C Saufley Somerset Journal LEE UunEY who Is out taking or dors for enlarging pictures came in Wednesday to see tho homcfolks MRS M E Fisit and Mrs Mercer Guy Fish of Los Angeles Cal passed up to Crab Orchard Wednesday to visit friends and relatives ROBERT h PORTER JR who has been with George H Farris went to Stearns yesterday to tako a good po sition with a firm there MRS J S CORUIER and little son Erriost havo returned to Lebanon Junction after a two weeks visit to her par eats Mr and Mrs H P Martin at Rowland MR AND MRS L R HUGHES who havo been having n delightful bridal trip through tho South Inciting New Orleans returned home last night and are at tho St Asuph Hotel EDGAR S AIRRIGIIT thought N 0 would be hero too and camo down early Ills disappointment at Bonds disap pearance was as great as that part of Senator McCrearys speech which poked fun at Gov Heckham was pleas ing LOCALS WE are In the midst of a tight colds poll FOR RFNTMY cottage on Portman Avenue J C McClary HOOLIGANS TROUBLES tomorrow night at Waltonfc Opera House DIAMONDS In rings brooches In studs In culT buttons etc at Mu ellers HOOLIGANS TROUBLES at Waltons Opera Houso Saturday night Nov 3nl Go and laugh at them A GOOD democratic organization Is 4badly needed in this county just now Tho are always in shipshape It behooves the democrats to bo up and doing ELIJAH WITHERS e colored committed suicide hero last Monday night Ho took a largo quantity of morphine SoI for osU known he U the only Negro take his lift in this county 7 JjLto ufiI Well Make It Warm for You f It ymi will let tie stijiplj1 you nUh your ueeils in Qjmibrts and Blankets We have the agency fur Stanford for the Ohio Polio Woolen Mills Goods and there uro few IUI good ami none hotter We Imvo same excellent vnlliOB in nll wool ElnnkctS at 8SJ60 84 85 8000 and 8800 KM to 124Mxce Cotton Hlrinkdti nt 50o to 82 Lami naiad Cotton comforts nt 822fi and 8260 Largo onotigh for nny bod JAllirliLookOVt our Hue of kiiit wool skirts 60e to 81 60 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD FOR SAIB Phaeton in good repair Mrs It C Warren SPRING wagon for sale Prieo 10 Stanford Groenbowe WANTED Soviral bushels of groo- itotaetew at thta offle IFolt heating BtgGoorgo H Karris lies got am Go to the opera hoolo temorrow nigh and i Ki how H ulig ft wets out of Mil troubles WANTED to sell a Cd0 pound Polam China sow splendidly bred and must g 0 quickly This ofllce j MRS Wtinim Goou hasbought oCI W R Denham a cottage on Lowe Main Street for 000 LOST between the Baptist church nnd my home pair of gold frame glasses Reward Mrs T D Newland WATCH this space for tho announce ment of Moore Olfutts big auctioi sale of Real Estate at Corbin Ky CAWon or address Sim Wilson Yosemite for n good work hand former blacksmith Will break horses of any kind AN attempt was matlmto rob Had Shanks boozy joint at Rowland known as the untuo Wing Tho red eye was so flerco it stood the boys offany way hedhlnt lose any JUDGE It C WARREN presents us with an affidavit of tho good democracy of General N R Hays candidate for governor It says he has never failed to vote democratic nor scratched a democratic ticket IN her ability to reach the hearts ot her hearers and fill them with rich mel ody and fine noble thought Princess Long has no superior among the singers I havo heardJ T Sweeney At Wal tons Opera louse tonight TUB L A N will run an excursion train to Louisville Sunday next 4 at 175 for the round trip Two special coaches will bo on for white people Train will leave Stanford at 015 A M reaching Louisville at 1025 A M Re turning it will leave at 815 A M HOME PICTORIAL CARDsMr W II McRobcrU has a beautiful supply of home pictured postal cards including The Court House Tho Graded School The Stanford Male S Female Simlnary Tho St Asaph Mote and other places of interest Call in and see them DONT forget when you vote in the State primary next Tuesday to stamp opposite the name of S W Hagcr for governor and you can go home feeling that you have done a duty well per formed and in tho interest of democ racy Dont forget It MANY thousands who have been touched and helped by Mrs Longs singing unite in saying that as surely as any man has ever been called of God to preach the Gospel she has been call ed to sing it and this same soul power characterizes all her singing F M Dowling At Waltons Opera louse tonight RESOLUTIONS on tho death of Mrs Jefferson Davis by the Warren Grigsby Chapter Whereas God has removed this venerable woman who by her lovely Christian character and loyalty and devotion to duty has gained the admiration of the world bo it resolved that the U D C appreciate her christian virtue and emulate her noble tire Resolved that this small tribute be printed In our homo paper and re orded upon the minute book of our society Mrs J C Jays Mrs W A Vibblo Mrs J D Paxton committee WEDNESDAY night was and tho wouldbe prank players worn out in ull force Signs were torn down wagons and boxes wero piled up in the streets and many windows of tire business houses had various things painted on them This may all bo very funny to the boys but it WUHcarried entirely too far when some oho tied crop Lancaster street for tho of tripping up unsuspecting passersby Mr II D Holderman fell over it and was painfully hurt both knees and ono hand being badly cut and bruised Tho 1bitthose who aro responsible for his mis ortune should be ferreted out and pun t shed to the fullest extent ot the law n tom GET your gun fixed at Burkes 217IMain Street Danville Ky VOTB for Harvey Helm for Congrcs next Tuesday and all will be well FOR SALR1Gands of beua wit honey Mrs Mary Wallace Stanford WANTED To tow shares of First National Bank stock Apply ut this once ATTENTION 1Donst fall ldcall ot Tribble S Ponces and see their new Fall lines of furniture carpets rugs etc HOOLIGANS TROUBLES at Walton 0pm HOIMC tomorrow night rot your reserved seats at McRoberts Druj Store SALB8MEVD to look otter our Interest In Lincoln and adjacen counties Salary or Commission Ad dress The Victor Oil Company Cleve land 0 HUSTONVILLE James Yowell lost 1500ponndstcc from over feeding with damp corn Fall seeding is finished and the acre ago is much larger than last year There are no complaints of a bad stand and tho early sown crops would hide a rabbit and many aro being grazed at this early date Kyle Bohon and family after a thrci visit to friends relatives ii the West End returned to his home at Mt Auburn III lost week His moth cr returned with them for a months visit Mrs Hawkins Bishop of Burn side is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D M Lipps Tho bad marksmanship of Mr Wash Brown 90th year doubtless saved the life of Mr Adam Ellis at whom he fired at short range Ellis struck his opponent between the eyes and tho matter until the Ca soy authorities act as the light occur red just over tho line- MATRIMONIAL The engagement of George W Cable the author and Miss Eva Stevenson of Lexington has been announced in letters written from the East by Miss Stevenson to friends In Kentucky The marriage it is stated in these let ters will place in a few weeks Notice of Election ItfUtilnr April term Lincoln Count KUrnltourt mrt imrtunnl to till ourumunl thfi AiirlU luil Iresant lion A V Vitr run primming with the following JIM tlrcxof ttiitpinri tiuwlli 16 M iMiililirnrnnil W II Wiillln It wnmnovnlliy JiMUm W M IHiclclcrn anti McomUtl liv Jtutlco W II Wnllln Urn tlii following hitlon u taken by tlilH court The grand Jury of Lincoln county nt tin lust term of tin Lincoln circuit court burr tag rwoiniiiiMulvil u now courtliniiHu for Lincoln ollntlIII11t appearing to tlio slit urncllon that tho courthouse now In IIM Ii uiiMifu nnd linulvquiite for Hit public convfiilcncunml thu prvnurvntlqn ol hue public rvconl It is onlontl Mill ndjuilg ml I lilt turn of SfcijtM h nugKiiitiil thv KUIII iiitixMiry to bond a new courtlion unit It U flintier ortlinnl tint mi elntlon flu lutil viul u poll oiwiinl nt tliiiuvcral voting prfclnctaln Lincoln county on thin nth iluy of till IIIY of the itwxt con iral tlictlou nt which tho rap lruprtnIon IIhonCuuggvshrtslmll lw tuhnilttiil to the IiHnl votrrnof Lincoln county for their ap proval or UII1 TlH h rllfof Lincoln county Uillnctitl to ntlvortlno skid ulwtl in for nt Icavt id dugs nixt Ufon thin day thereof In the IMTK moil JniitNAi nuwiiiioiwr living the 011- 1IIWNIIr iulill luil In Lincoln county unit lhv ollie Ill of hid flection arc to hold tbv oliCtlou Ixtwexn the lioum thnt arc require to hold Iliitloin for- countyoltlcerwhitti election ihall bo held sad condnctiHl hall nII requln d liy till KiMienil election lawi In furru In this Htatu at tho time tho In livid Thin clerk of the Lincoln county court nhnll rnu o to IM printed on tho otllclnl Imlloli to boused In Mtld the word and Ilii ureat Aro you In favorof appropriation nf alt6RDfurhultdhlgtinowvourtdiuuv for Lincoln county two sulcstlio rltiht of enmty ono for voter favorliiK tho appropriation to IM dculKimtcd by the won urn for voters 0111U8111111- 1IIIIJrollfllltioll to dNlllllnhI tho wool clerk prepare sold lull lot In all other reuwctn us required by Hec Ultiof tho Kentucky Htiittitos In tho event that thu requUlto number of leKiil voter of Lincoln ounl In furor ul sold appropriation It U ordered thnt this Burt cause th of Lincoln county to tho amount of ltluuto bo prepared oxccut d and on printed forms under tho lirekiIngw counteriiluneil by tlio clerk of until court uiynblo to ixarer at Lincoln County Nn lonal Hank of Htiinfnnl Ny llycnrs from Jutyypgalmahull not bourn greater rate of Interoit than t IMT cent lKr Iy at Lincoln tNutliuikofHtithfoNduulntdrvst coupon Iw attached to nlcl Kind elgned Ii tho clerk of tho Llniolu oiiulv court Knld lioiiiNMhall iMltxiieil III lonoinlimtloni of IH Tho 11vero calleil on wild motion IIlulllllAlIlIIOwiu uitsod ununnoulvnII of till Justices vot 1111111I flOOIJrtI ci Xotlcv U hereby I1SIl that In obedience to nbove onlvr of lie Lincoln county Kltcal burl adopted Auril l whlon ardor forlOtllll1ctlo1tlw several voting proclnctv of Iliuoln rorUIIIpropoltfollllItIrri print dfurtiu punerof liullilln uiifW ourtlioni for Lliuolii ruiintx whtdl dfo CtalIthT J HILL fiheri rf Lincoln County u Watch the Fur Fly Thore is no more comfortable feeling thnii to fool n nice fur nrotiml your nock when there chilly Autumn winds strike you WO have nil tho dillcr out furs and nil the dillorent shapes from the dogant small collar to the large lion We nro showing Poxes Opossunii Minks Conoyg Blended Minkfl nnd twotono Fancies Thcftf nrtf from one of the beat known Fur Ties in this comitiy Millar of Uotrolt Buy ol us nud you will get 1 pretty and serviceable fur 81CO to 818 t is the range of prices LZ purposeI Miss Eliza Hunton only daughter Or ant Iloylelied FOR SALE I lleniltlfnl niitOHlnte little hcinix OnIrooiiiK r pt fun bull With ilgiiu water 1IIIr1 und IlIIlntI on Inrgelot Ill utlthnusrIn goal roaillllon large utabli with WHt r III town nnd convenluiit to RIII e iurclniW II MrltoHKHTM Htanfonl Look Out for Bargains Come ami get your hpnvyK worth and- Iwd jirlef for produce Eggs SA iwrdosvh Klne CHnti el eonsa cnkc r V Hoiln Ik MenSi and n lit cut prleig JlcnV Women and Child nnn Hublierii D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky MEW LIVERY STABLE BUHSE Jt CLARS801I Ircri JUNCTION CITV KY ClntOUiiTainotatii at Rcuconabl Rates Special Attention to Trsseling yon- Grain and Hay For Sain PUBLIC SALE Having decided to go to LouUvllIvwe will on- HATUUHAY NOV sell out our ontlrx livery huIlINlalllllfof III head of horiim Rood workers Rill alM evernl bugglei nlinost hurenewwniion KIVCII Misof good harne set gaNl double mime I good nurrey uprtng WIIKOII nvverul heavy rllg whins and duo len MIIIIO good hilly ihelleil oats and corn neWHt wheels A gnulo I nut of blncknmltli labs Mule will lngln nt LAND k IIl111 ANAN Stanford Ky lloolliis Old Htnlid J 1thlllldlvr Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I Having decldeil to go West I will offer at public Mile on wluNEH BAY NOV T nt my premUes three miles West of Crnb Orchnnlon tho Crab Orchonl A Hlanfonl pike the following personalty Two goal tnllkcows andcalf young mire 2 gad work horse I work mule nUmt hn1of hugs S Millet liny stacks uu links of Millet tiny I harrow ttwo hors WIIKOIIS Old Hickory good ns now lot wagon springwngontgood ruhlerllydbugglesl- tvI tiro hllllll 1U Imrrels of corn curt tol buggy harness S sets of wagon hnr nessn to of rhlckons and geese u or 40 bushel of Irish potatoes They moms nro sur pOMd to Nt In to 0011 Thoroughbred homo and iietlitncd lot of houoeholdntid kitchen furniture otter things too nu merous to mention Terms mado known on dnof ink Mule Will ls glnat10A31 U 8INOIKTON WALTONS OPERA LOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY I Saturday Nov 3rd The favorite Comedian FRANK MINOR in Mark Swans high laugh lug hit in three act- xHooligans Troubles Get your seats or youll have to stand up Reserved scats Prices 2oc 50c and 76c Collectors Salt for Taxes DM Crab Orchard Graded School District On SATIMUUY DEOI WW liotwivn the hUllra ul landar1In runt at the lunik ailldlngtntliiib Orchard 11 will evil nl nibllc olllr to Hio highest and Ilt Milder iiuiproprrtyliorvliiaftfrnifntlontHlfortaxpH luu l or tlm lIr In adilltlon totho amount of tux tmtllclrnt amount must rrnlUiil rout tlifsiiKalim to ply nix nalty ot pur out mid thu tort ot lu lIwlllI J O darnonter about k Fish anti JS rn iharliK 111isUacre land t w A It Rt S m M IIIaltTOacrvH Vnt A 1In ncrv I Iilrs irnStrwtiUacri II ul 1IoJ WliltP iicrvH 1D1 lrM Kat ivttit town lot I IU J W Moore 8 herds J Tdo following Is a farther lint of dellnh- tuutswhoo piTsonnl prcipurtv will l u lit tho sn Ie LAt11I rid vlll IM mrlleulnrlytlvorllxtt In thin col nnn in ilnyii prior title loch II et Jill olin K f lIklJrliJlhll I H aI 1101101 jtt- lilUmk ViMMl iK i Iti iuii1 W11Jtt N tltffT- rwutwr mid KtllMtor for Ornb Orvban- lirulni Hiliool IUtrlct Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner W Marx A LITTLE HIGHER The common level of Mens Clothes Isnt enough for us We sell HAUT SCHAFFNER k MARK Clothes because thoyie always a little ahead of everybody else Heres a Varsity Rain Coat to prove It Allwool rain shed der to work tn or be dressy in CUMMINSMCLARY StANFORD KY S I Plaids Plaids Silk Plaids in Waist Patterns at 75c and per yard Woolen Plaids in newest patterns at 50 75c and 1 per yard Cotton Plaids in all colors at 1520 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 ++ + + + U M L M HUEY CO Eggs taken in exchange for mer chandise at highest market price Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY ItInterior Journal Entered in the Port 0fice at Stanford at 7UBL1811RDi1t1HUAY8 e ond cla3e matter AND FUIDWS AT 100 PER YEAR CASH when not eo paid 1100 will be charged PARKERS HAIR and latinei k Nor FallS to BMtoreOrajrl UJr to its auertlp dl k blrttJ1JioI FOR SALE2ncresl34ndleeNorth ot farm or about et Hustouvllle on Unnvtlla pike wiiter mot of It In grnse ro ncrr remly for wtirnt Want to II lit Will 01 with If taksuhithe ltextadtiyst0 NEAI Ky For Sale Privately aid 10 acre of land iltuated tail outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser room good cellar ltablo and aUI aeceesaryoutbutldings Water hydrant the yard one J p nAILKY i1A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately flaying determlnld to quit forming l will sell prhulely 01 furlll of 215 ncrrs nenr Jlornndon the 014llnll road t miles from ItenvlllfZVi miles from lluxtonytlle well Crop hay- andontsstocklennets oil horse and If I Unit brood mares u bargain a buyer In the next ao or 40 days B KINO Morelnnd X- yINSURANCE Llehtnlng WlndBtorm ute andFire ST1tOI OEST and NbleEaatelunronteedLoudluyingRuc erdiCnequalled MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J BD CARTER BucceMor to Bruce Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission fuck Pens In Connectloa Two Farms For Sale I wish to sell privately my farm of 170 IIOrel1I miles West of Lancaster on the Lexs lagton pike It Is well and hn fadbuildings In good repalm11eJl fenced Also an form acres tying midway between Lancaster and Lex- Ington pikes Hood outlet each 1 Well fenced Terms reasonable TIHKHBINO Marksbury K- yLAND FOR SALE I Will soil privately 2dl acres of one farming land situated one front Lancaster on Lexington plkoabout 10 acres in town lim ns About iXi ucres In cnltlvutlon rest In grass All under good funeend hue plenty of neyer fulling wntar Uwelllnq housu food and huts all nocessnry outbuildings Yoeseulon given for ueeding pur This this Fail and lint of year fllrlll should buseentolpunplreclmted Hlncl the elty council Is enforcing the lands In the vicinity of I mcaster 1ms advanced nip Idly In prlie nd good propert Is In great dnmaml W U1IOMM administrator It M Moss Lancaster Ky ed ltCeaT J Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneaaSaddlery cr STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers 1tJ and Embalm erstAlso Dealers in Fur aiture MattingaRugs They U will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give I TkwnYCall Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Adam Pence sold Collins of Madison a gray gelding for 160 I have 16 good yearlings for sale Greeley Lutes Stanford j Jesse D Wearen bought of J R Bcazley a black gelding for 135 FOR SALETwo road carts nnd one buckboard G T Ashlock Stanford B D Holtzclaw found the cattle ad vertised ns lost In a field adjoining his possessionsFOR A nice team of work mules also good Berkshire boar weight 150 pounds J Nevin Carter Turners ville EsTRAYEDOne light red steer weigh about 800 pounds on Oct 25 Information rewarded W Ili Murphy Stanford H Bright Ferrill bought of S H Baughman a twoyearold jack for 350 Ho will make the next season with him In the Waynesburg section FOR SALE i40 long yearling steers weigh 750 to 000 pounds 32 feeders and sloppers weigh 800 to 1260 pounds See them at Adam Carpenters M J- 1I0ffman Moreland Ky At the sale of J T Bingaman Wednesday household and kltcncn furniture sold well farming implements brought unusually good prices fat hogs and shoats brought 6c horses sold at a good figure Send Em Big Bill Taft When in the faro ff Philippines Or down in Cubas isle Things are going kind of crooked And tho insurrectora smile At the thought of lots of plunder And they lay their plans with craft Weve a pretty good prescription Send em Big Bill Taft Bill is built on lines so generousI That we are prone to poke Some fun at his dimensions And he relishes the joke But though at his wellround form- A nation may have laughed A brain of corresponding size Against Big Bill Taft He knows the arts of peace and war Ho knows when to refrain r And when to emphasize his views In ways exceeding plain Its a bad day for the scallawagi And those who live by graft When things are so that they col lido Against Big Bill Taft As special envoy youre all right Well send you ships and men And if you want more of the same Bill Taft just ask again For Uncle Sam well understands- A word is like a draft That calls for honor upon sight When from Big Bill Taft HIGHLAND Iarmers arc about through sowing wheatWork on the new Methdist church has been suspended for a few days on account of a lack of funds and material Let everyone interested in this work stir up and lend a helping hand so that the work may go on to completion before the bad weather sets in Lee Gastineau and wife of near Lancaster was here Sunday to see his uncle H H Walls Dave Goodpaster of near Lexington is here Walter Ltaugh has gone to Somerset Miss Maud Ballard has returned from London Miss Sallie Walls of Kingsville has been visiting here for some daysI H H Walls and E B Austen are- bqth on tho sick list Mrs Nan Lay has moved to Brigham Youngs Chas Cook and wife have returned from Walton and moved into the EEY- oung house An infant child of Una raybraj of Somerset was buriedat leasant Point last week Eld Omer of Stanford is assisting Pastor Carr a series of meeting at tho Christian hutch with 10 additions to date A Year of Blood Tho year 1003 will long be reinem bered in the home of P N racket of Alliance Ky as a year of rhich lowed so copiously from MrIrackets lungs that death seemed ear He writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought me at deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption with tho as onlshlng result that ater taking four jottles I was completely restored ands time lint proven permanently cured Guaranteed forSore Lungs Roughs and Colds at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyno Dros Crab rchard Price 60o and el Trial lottle frco u Oh put dat rooster in dat pot an make- a potpie out ob him Ah cotched him wi do medder lot aroostin on a saplin limbo sure will make a juicy meal an potpie am fcr me de mess Ah knows dat it am wrong to steal but lifted chicken dun taste bes ucindy git dat pot in place Ah wants to hear it sizz an buzz Yo kyant put nuflln in yo face dat hits de spot like potpie duz Yum yum Dis minute Ah kin feel dat white meat nestlin neaf mah ves- Ah knows dat it am wrong to steal but lifted chicken bes dun taste I Made Happy for Llfe Great happiness came into tho homo of S C Blair school superintendent at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was restored from tho dread ful complaint he unmet Ho says 1I My little daughter had St fltus Dance which yielded to no treatment but grow steadily worse until as a last resort wo tried Kleotrio Bitters and I rejolco to say three bottles effected a complete cure Quick sore euro for nervous complaints general de bility female weaknesses Impover ished blood and malaria Ouar anted by Pennys Drug Drug Stan ford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price OOo In the money markets of the world the Englishman knows and the Get man thinks the Yankee guesses and everybody speculates Had a Close Call A dangerous surgical operation involving tho removal of a malignant ulcer as largo as my hand from mIdaughters hip was prevented by tho application of llucklens Arnica Salvo says A C Stlckol of Miletus W Va Persistent uso of the Salve completely cured It Cures cuts burns and injuries 25o at Pen nys Drug Storo Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 55ACRE FARMIFOR RENT The Itlchnnt Oolllnr fnrm of M acres on CvdiirUrvek iiinr W T Tuckers For pur tleulars see Thomas Moon or write to Thomas Collier Somerset Htu A PUBLIC SALE With the legal nitrrvment of the hulrof Amiiiuln rnrliTs u tnU we will on HATUUDAY NOVJI IUM T J sell ono house nail lot In Mllleiltfevllle lliuiiln county lIoiiM contnlnsslx rooms lotoiiunorenml nevur fiillliiK well on lot Terms imulo known on tiny of stile tulle biKlnsBt InoclackrJohn F Tarter Hum ITarterIf Tnr tcr Hnrnh Mounce KVII Kerrell Kuthy Iliirliiiu Jiimes liurge lllley Ituree helm PUBLIC SALE I Tho two tracts of land owned t y the Inlll John N lion situated on Onili llrehiinl pike In Lincoln ounty one of at len ul out miles from Stanford one of It ncres nUiut miles from Oral Orchard will Iw offered for sale nt pUblic nuetlon In front of the court hlouse In Htnnford Ky MONDAY NOV IS county court tiny The tract of JMI neres nt Ito fume Old Mill on Copper Creek In llockcnstle Is otTeivu for snle prl vntrlr PrMICCtlveIurchnsernor supply to J t W K AKNOIK Fleming burg Ky HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER 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M COOKS GUARANTEE CURE Hone blood tpiivlu cuppotl hook lumpjnwiiplliit iprliigtHl tomluii IWln thorough pili wiirti heaves and poll evil JOIINIOOO Stanford Ky Fine Farm for Sale I I wish to salt privately my tplemlhl tarot on the Homersflt plko out little from Htnn ford It ciMit ltn ncriiot lino It ml mid Is wAll Impruvvtl with good twottory brick residence iiiu ubuntlaiil outhouses NrfulltiiK water Terms routoimblu For further pnf tlcillnra apply to- J1V11AU iIf MAN Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE I The form of the lute John Vf IMItmr Is for ante nnd the uiuliriOgiml will tnku pleasure bl showing It to sissy uno lUalrlnff to purchase moue Tlio fnrm coiitnliu IW nciti mill Is In inrriml county tInncsisPoint Uiivi11 tin the Itlolimoml ter pike nod IsliiiililKhxtiitvofciiltlvntlon Any unelmvliiKCliilma iiKnlntt user iitntv wilt prnsontthutntotnc or my attorney U I er IlfIIl J V IAIiMKIIVNaifUtor Blue Grass Farm For Sale I 1 liesIn to soil prlvntily lilY tnnil of 175 itcnH In the Vosl End fronting on tlio IIIek uud two nulls from llii ionvlll ClllthllIlOIlIImpromtlilldlllo nix rooms unit In good rupiilrtwii extra stock 1111 frnclnt In plumllil comlltlnii tnrm lilts seer billing wnhrlIllrrllllt ItliMieu nnil Imrn Harm viIIissold on ny UriiH Sesh or wrlto to mo nt Miunfonl or McKlnnuy Ky Hl UCIIIMAN GIVE M YOUR ORDE I CAN I PIEASE YOU Il1y fitly rtiidvinmlo clothliu when there ils s0 little dlnVrvnvp In the prlco of reedy Hindi suits nod n suit iimilotuyour mensurv taken h y nn wxixrhmretl tnllor I here n ImuclMimo lino of Winter goods I cash make from it low price imslnoss suit to the HiiMtilrvsl suit Also Overcoats Trous ers anti Fancy Vests Tho company I rep relent Is second to none HO HUrrKY The Tnllor Htnnfonl Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to sell my furii 3 miles west of llustonvllle l inllu from illicit null Carpen ters Station consisting lit Ioo ryes of rich blue grass or totsscco Inlld ell its grass This farm can l u equally illvldnl to MilMintnut so ns to haven gall dwelllnit on nch pleiv nlto necessary outliullillngs Tilt farm lays nlmost In a stuckfoamangle In lines Then nre three I good tolincfo Imrti S stables tenant hnuegood water In every Held six Inntlng spring with a l ron m running through whole track J NTKEI AII INTEi1 Ililstonvllle Ky posTedWe whose nnmes app fur Ulow strictly forbid hunting llshlng or RII kind of err passing on our plates nnd will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the low Fred VonOruenluan Itelchcnunch lines Kntl VonAtlmnn A VonOrueitlRnii Fred llHUmnnn Ueorgu Holmes t KulMlmlkluMl Tn ltt lllllflll AC Dunn M J IIlIflllIl- IlUlrlIIIIdllnleh Kltnort llnryIlolfinnanIUhrlolltm Irtiyton J ICuriHntiT- Jiicnli Jvitweln sans INimrroti- Mri MJAnhlock OUovrrFred lliimlorf Mrs IItllltrclon ChrIliven Kerrlll W It Kiiunlif To Jlciluco My Stoc- kofSPECTACLES I will during the month of August sell at a discount all FRAMES ETC and give the same gunruntcv of lutj isfaction as before Oilico over Roberts Drug Store 9 to 12 A M 130 to p at W N Craig Stanford PUBLIC SALE I Having illvldixl my farms with my chll dren I Mill on Tll t ItNpAY NOV hiss ellnt public auction nt my home pill M from Mtiinfonl in the Preueliersvlllo pike lull of my pernonnl property consUHtiK of 7 mure II IK1 to fro In foul weanling 1111111111 k cow Oweanllimcnlvtn lack- Isyenreolddd13shisdsIsownod pigs n eta hn In stuck about IJII ol corn nil rlllaitrunning order corn cruder Xiiittlng Ida Cs set of hliKUnnltli tHIs grinding stones 8 hlllslile apple will IIIlItlllernllutorgan lot of lionwliold nail kitchen fnrnl ture IfprltiK wagon l iiiuy I two horN wagon ox wagon yoke of urea I wheat fllllt corn hlIlr I dinner hull null ri lot of other tilings lap mimerou to mention AllkUinsof fin nnd under cash In hand cunlrnclity Hale to lgln promptly at voVlock HILAH ANDKHHON U Htanford Ky IPRES TIONs11 I THREE Honesty THINGS I AccuracyIntolllgonco are a part of every prescrip tion wo fill The doctor does not write them down with the other ingredients bccutito of n tacit iiuderslauding that they are to go in always and ho knows they WILT go in when you bring his to us I SraDf ww dt co1 THE VEIL Is not always used to protect the face from the elements and keep the lair In portion but by many many women and girls to liMo the unsightly pimples blackheads and other eruptions of the skin There Isgerm lIfo In the skin and ZKMO a nice clean liquid for external use soon kills out this germ and leaves tho face as smooth and soft as that of a thud ZEMO will positively cure all skin and scalp diseases such Eczema in its many forms ringworm tetter pimples dandruff or any Itching skin disease Get a bottle today at your druggists Irpr l only E W ROSE MEDICINE CO ST LOUIS MO I IIGUARANTIED AND COLD BV PENNY8 DRUG STORE STANFORDJ I t All Kinds of Hatchets AxesI The Bride Will Rejoice n At tho presents she rcceivos110 nihttor what they may bo or where they clime from ISuL if you wish to 1m mrc that your dieting will receive the admiring of everybody get it nt a jSwclry store 1Thcli you tare SUitE to be right You CANT go wrong by giving jew dry And y lu CANT go wrong if you get it here Everything we Chow you would do credit to your judgment and good taste We can interest you at a dollar or K or as high M you care to go in figures Always trust to us to have the right goods r E H MURRAY The Jeweler Danvillex f Prices Right on Cooking and r Heating Stoves at Geo D Hoppers Stanfcxo Ky Hardware Queensware TinwareGro ceries Field Seeds c All sizes sewer pipe just received