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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iiI T t 4tr THE INTERIOR JOURNALil VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER Of 1900 NO 07 l H HON HARVEY HELM I Who will loday be elected la represent the grand old Eighth Jklrlcl in Congress Help along with your vole KINGSVILLE- A large majority in this precinct will vote for S W linger Tire protracted meeting at the Moth odist church continues with interest A great improvement is the new side walkour clover merchant G A Wale ter has made on his portion of Main StreetYour correspondent visited the city of Wayneaburjf Saturday the first time t In a number or years Wo were as tonished at IU growth County Attorney W S Hurch attend ed magistrates court here Saturday Tho popular opinion is that we have In Squire Adams one of the cleverest best magistrates in the county I An unofficial report is current that when the now time card takes effect early in January Nos 9 and 10 will run k through to Somerset which will cer- tAInly bo a great accommodation to the traveling public between Somerset and 1Junction City Pcnnington deputy county clerk was here Saturday C F Jones of tho Q C was hero Friday Dep uty Assessor Crutchfleld was hero Sat urday J Ed bland of Hurnslde was hero Friday Mrs Lllllo Frisby of South Fork is upending n few days with her brothers family here Little Miss Mary McKee in attending the D q D Institute at Danville W T Cat rcy of the C S spent Sunday with his wife and son hero 1 Sells More of Chamberlains I Cough Remedy than of All Others Put Together Mr Thos George a imrchant at t Mt Klein Ontario says I have had tho local agomy for Chamber Iains Cough Itoinedy ever since It was Introduced Into Cana la and I sill us much of it 04 I do of all other linos hare on my shelves put together Of tho mommy dozens sold under guarantee I have not luul ono hottlo returned can personally recommend this mode oleo as I used It myself and given It to my children and unvnya with the host results For sulo by Stanford Drug Co Tho battle ship Virginia and tho Old Dominion steamer Monroo were in collision in Hampton ponds tho Monroe ramming the battleship Tho Virgin ias after port guns and davits were damaged The Monroes prow was badly bent Croup A reliable medicine and one that should always bo kept in tho home for mmedlato use Is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent tho attack If given soon us the child becomes hoarse or oven after the qroupy cough appears For sale by Stanford Drug Co J C Eikilson treasurer of the Dan ish Brotherhood of America is missing 1from Chicago and his accounts are said to bo short GOoo His wife says she will repay the shortage If she has to work all the remainder of her life to dolt Cut this out and take tothe Stan ford Drug Co and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For biliousness and consti patlou they are unequaled They 1m provo tho npotlte strengthen tho die gestion and rcgulato tho liver and bowels sC CHURCH MATTERS Rev G W Coakley of Louisville will preach at tho Crab Orchard halt List church next Sunday morning and eveningEld 4 Montgomery of Liberty closed tin Interesting meeting at Mc Cormacks church which resulted in five additions to that church Harris A Jenkins president of Kentucky University at Lexington has resigned on account of ill health and tho necessity 6f living in a different climateSt Roman Catholic church at Richmond was burned causing a loss of about 1000 with 1000 insurance Tho fire was caused by a defective flue Tho church was built 40 years ago All the con tents were saved Rev A J Pike of Rrodhcad was here yesterday returning from his appointment at Hayesvillc Doyle county lie has just held a protracted meeting at Freedom GarrnrJ county which resulted in seven confessions and baIt tismi Ills handsomo daughter Miss Eliza Pike accompanied the wellknown preacher on his trip to Huysvlllc Politics was not allowed to enter into the deliberations of the synod of the Cumberland Presbyterian church in Hopkinsvillc although a resolution was offered Indorsing Gov Hock ham for his part in enforcing tho Sunday closing laws The resolution was amended be fore IU passage by tho elimination of Coy Hecklmms name and the substitution of the words such officials as have shown a disposition to enforce tho laws Carelessness in sending money through the mails is commented upon in a bulletin issued by the PostOffice Department One case is given where the deadletter office received n letter from abroad which had been addressed to a missionary in Africa Ilia name was given but no post olfice address Tho letter was opened by the deadlet ter office and found to contain 400 CORNS CURED Corn Exitwill posh tively remove corns In four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every custome- whose corns aro not promptly remove with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Burley tobacco growers of three States organized Tuesday at a conven tion held in Winchester and an effort will bo made to pool the 1906 crop so that tho price may bo controlled and the growers be benefited Speeches were made by national organizers of similar societies Tho cheap Imitations of Foleys Money und Tar cost you tho same as tho genuine in tho yellow package Why then1 risk your health perhaps your life taking them when Foloys Honey and Tar will cure your cold and prevent serious results It Is guaranteed Pennys Drug Store Wireless telephony was given asuc cessful test when fishermen in tho fleet off the coast of Massachusetts were communicated with from the shore and Infonned as to the market price on fish i 41 New Oklahoma Town In Which Mr W R Denham late of Stan ford is Largely Inter ested FOUNTAIN CITY OKLA Oct 30 1900 I thought I would haye written tho old reliable I J before this but have been so busy since I came hero that I havo had but little time for writing and now as I have promised a great many of my Lincoln county friends to give my opin ion of this country after I had been here awhile I will take this method of writing to them all at ono and the sumo timo through the cheapest and best tho I J To those who do not read the I J I do not care to write Well my opinion of this country has not changed one bit I have been here two months and the more I see of the country the better I like it The Com ancho County Fair lasting six days was the most liberally patronized county fair I have over attended I am satisfied that In the two days I was there not less than 8000 people were present and I never saw a finer display of farm and garden products in my life corn oats alfalfa beets potatoes sweet and Irish Mila maize borghum Kaf fir corn and In fact everything raUed on a farm Tho hog poultry and sheep show was simply immense and the rac es good very liberal purses being of fered The purses for trots and paces each day were 200 and 500 and sev oral of them You meet people here from almost every State In the Union but there are more In this county from Kentucky Tennessee Illinois and Indiana than from any other States Lawton population 13000 is five years old and is a worlds wonder It has five good banks 10 churches a 50000 court houso and jail fine opera house city hall one 50 000 hotel and about 20 other hotels toI say nothing of the rooming houses nndI restaurants and all of them crowded day and night The land here is a fine rolling prai rie most of it good with once in while a sorry farm good climate warm days and cool nights They had splendid seasons last year and this year a little too much rain I bought my corn last week at 25c per bushel deliv ered In my crib oats are selling at 25c hay 20c per bale I have talked with a number of farmers hero who raised 80 bushels ot oats per acre and some who raised 70 bushels of corn but that is considered an extra good crop of corn Wheat in this county made from eight to 30 bushels about 14 bushel- being an average Wheat Is worth COc hero but it has been higher First pat ent flour sells hero from the stores at 160 per cwt I bought last week and moved to it 40 acres adjoining our proposed town Fountain City I havcQ200 fine grow ing fruit trees 2500 shade trees etc My place has a few acres of which I am now having picked an which will make half n bale per aero I havo two acres of goober peas etc I bought this place with a house for 2650 have only had it few days and have been offered 3600 for it but as there are only feet be tween my 40 acres and Fountain township I would not take less tha 10000 for It Well now I will tell you about Foun thin City It Is In tho Wichita valley at tho foot of Wichita Mountain in plain view of Mt Signal four miles from Fort Sill and adjoining tho maneuvering grounds of tho government These grounds aro five miles wide 30 miles long seven miles from Lawton and three miles from the National Game Reserve with a spring of tho finest wa ter I oversaw and n fine quarry of build ing steno in 500 yards I believe we havo farms around us good enough t raise all kinds of farm products includ ling cotton and fino fruits I fully be modedminiature map We will have our lots nil staked oil and ready to sell in a few days and we have over 200 letters already from prospective buyers all ove tho United States While I love of Kentucky and hopo to end my days there still I can honestly say that I believe within 10 years Oklahoma will bo- one of Kentuckys closest rivals Now Walton I dont expect you to publish all this but pick out and publish what you please With kindest regards for all my old Lincoln county friends the I J its editor and staff I remain yours very truly W It DENHAM whoseGov Luko P Dlackburn rep utation as a physician and philanthropist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is tho best aper ient known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than any onoremedy I have ever used Got a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For salo by nil drug gists and country stores VE1tCoATSELDMAN 1 s iii iw wJVi w s We show an extensjve line to select from One of the styles which we think you admire is a 45inch coat with a long cen ter vent and side seams that give the skirt a very graceful flare They are modeled to produce the form fitting effect Suppose you come in and try on one of these coats W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KY NEWS NOTES Congressman E Rockwood Hoar son of Granny Hoor died at his home in Worcester Mass after a long illness Zeb Johnson a young man living near Martin Texas claims to hold the worlds record in cotton picking he having picked two bales in one day The Bank of Marlin Marshall coon ty burned The fire originated from unknown causes The building was a twostory brick and only tho walls re mainAttorney General Moody has in structed District Attorney Devlin of San Francisco to aid tho Japanese in their fight to secure admission to the public schools The Northeastern gale which has raged along the New England coast for several days Is continuing with great fury Its velocity has never been less than 50 miles an hour Citizens of Versailles have petitioned the Mayor and Common Council to submit to the people for a vote the question of issuing 60000 of bonds for the construction of a waterworks and sewer system Oil conditions in Kentucky and Ten nessee are not so good as had been expected and few strikes of importance have been made during the last week The price remains about the same with little chance for an advance In accordance with his dying request the body of John McHugh who died at Evansville will be cremated at Cincin nati and his ashes scattered over the surface of tho Ohio river McHugh was a riverman and wanted the Ohio to bo his last resting place The grand jury at Lexington was in oaf tho disorderly conduct of tho students at State College on Halloween night when several patrolmen were injured by rocks thrown by the boys and In dictments for felony charges are ex pected IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Louis Vance wife of a mer deaddPaul I McElroy an citizen of Marion county Is dead at Lebanon James C Bowling an L N brake hisatrain near S H Martin will move in n few days to his property recently occupied b SignalnTho wife o Liberty died in a hospital at Lebanon where she had gone to be operated on The citizens of London will vote to day on issuing bonds to the amount of 15000 for tho purpose of establishing waterworksWord been received of the death of Mrs Minnie Mull King missionary to South Africa Her homo was near Richmond She was married in South Africa last May blissElizabeth Shumate died at her homo near Paint Lick after a linger ling illness from tuberculosis aged 52 years She had been a resident of that section for 26 years and was a Chris flan woman John Mullins L N brakeman and a son of the late M E Mullins of Rockcastlo county was run over by a train in the Lebanon Junction yards indho died In Time of Peace In tho first months of tho Russia Japan war wo had a striking example of tho necessity for preparation and the early advantage of those who so to speak have shingled their roofs In dry weather The virtue of prep aration has made history und given to us our greatest men rho individ ual us well us tho nation should be prepared for any emergency Are you prepared to successfully combat tho first cold you take A cold own be cured much anon quickly when treated us soon as It has been contracted and before It has become settled in tho system Chamberlains Cough Remedy is famous for Its cures of colds and It should be at hand read for Instant sojToVtafby Stanford Drug Co fIII1 I GRAFTING The Emporium at Hustonvill- ej permit you to become A PARTNER in his PROFITS VIZ Three per cent on nil Cash Purchases so when Buying be SURE amid gel your CHECKS for they hove VALUE of 3 per cent notwithstanding the ad vance on nil Comoditie We mire still selling nt the Old Prices Clothing lOur stock is largo and complete Material patterns and style can not bo surpassed 10 per cent often Clothing including Overcoats and Suits only Our reason fur doing this at the beginning the season is wo findwe are overstocked for this market so our mistake is your GAIN ShoestOur reputation is wellknown in this line for handling und selling gopd SHOES It you have never tested a pair you are the loser and not we Come and Be Convinced Our Millinery stock is always full and complete Listen 25 per cent lower than nny city Give you the advantage of the latest Parisian styles We scaicbcd the market and give you the benefit Come and be convinced- In every department our stock is full and complete in Ladies cord Chil drens Cloaks Dry Goods Dress Goods Underwear and Notions Every thing for Fall and Winter Wear We can do you good Come and scous CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Ky Weights and Measures trrDiirlcy per bushel 48 pounds Blue Grass Seed per bushel 14 pounds Flat Seed per bushel 56 pounds Millet Seed 50 tennis Onion per bushel 52 pounds Peas per bushel 00 pounds Rye per bushel 56 pounds Turnips per bushel 60 pounds Means per bushel GO pounds Clover Seed per bushel 00 pounds Oats per bushel 32 pounds Irish Potatoes per bushel 60 pounds Timothy per bushel 45 pounds Wheat per bushel 60 pounds 10 pounds Granulated Sugar 81 8 cakes Lenox Soap 2f c i cakes Brag Soap 25c 10 cakes of Town Talk25c GINSfStanford Kentucky 3Xv llliliii A Large Consumer of Coal will find it is to his interest to consult us before bu ingTO have the most complete lino of Coal ever carried in Lincoln county It is nicely screened burns well und will please you Why Not Try a Sample Load WBEB DENHAM 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 l1otand cold water put in your i country home at 100 to 500 Satisfaction guaranteed S H ALDRIDGE StanfqrdKentucky Tinner and Plumber r J 2 The Interior Journal C C WALTON M F NORTH It a enndldnto for Keprewntntlvpof Llnci Bounty suhJec to thu action ltHIIO ratio party J T ROBERTS- Ii n enndldnto for Mnalstrnto In tho Orr I Orchard Magisterial tlatrIet to th notion of h6 democratic party Democratic Ticket For Congrcta I HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county TilE death of Judge Charles E Kin t catd at Cincinnati recalls the terrible tragedy that blighted his life tho kill- Ingl of Congressman Taulbee on the steps of the Capitol at Washington That ho was justifiable in the act the Congressman having heaped every dignityr upon him a jury prompt said on its oath but the causes that led up to the killing must have weight on Judge Kincald more than the killing itself It was alwas a question whether he was justifiable in the publication pf the matters that brought forth the indignities of Mr Taulbee Judge Kincaid was a great newspaper mar and equally as successful in the several offices of honor he held TUG silent battle of tho ballots will be fought in 42 states and three terri tories today and the signs seem to bo right for Democratic victories in many of them The Democrats are confident ly looking to electing a majority ofI Congress in which consummation devoutly to be wished Kentucky will add one Kehoo is sure to succeed Bennett in the Ninth while the rest of the Democrats including our own Harvey Helm will go in by increased major Hies Every Democrat should do his duty and all will be well As S W Hager claims his election by 31460 and N B Hays says ho will go to Louisville with 24000 the gentle reader will have to decide for himself as to the winner of tho gubernatorial nomination It is dead easy in the Senatorial race however Senator Creary says his majority will bo 23300t and Gov Beckhams managers say heJ will carry every district except the Eighth Just as clear as mud isnt it BOTH Democrats and Republicans in the Tennessee gubernatorial race to be decided today claim that they will win but neither offers any estimates and it will be one of the closest races ever run in that State with both sides split into many factions H Clay Evans the Republican nominee has an excellent chance of election HEARST AND HUGHES democratic and republican nominees for governor of New York spent Sunday campaigning Both made several speeches A FEW more hours and well know who is who We are banking on Helm Beckham Hager Carter and Winfrey POLITICAL Gov Magoon has ordered tho em ployment of strong bodies of rural guards in Cuba to suppress marauding bandsBird S Coler President of the bor oagh of Brooklyn gave out a portion of a letter from William J Bryan say- Ing that the Nebraskan is very anx ious to see Hearst elected This in dorsement of Mr Hearst was made public with Mr Bryans consent Six Southern Governors will make addresses at tho Southern conference on Immigration and Quarantine to beheld at Nashville November 1214I The Governors are Cox of Tennessee Blanchard of Louisiana Hayward ofI South Carolina Vardaman of Mississippi Glenn of North Carolina rcI ardof Florida Carmack Frazier and Simmons will also speak Senator McCreary took occasion InI the closing days of the campaign to charge that the 250000 appropriated by the last Legislature to furnish andI improve the new capitol was extravagance This question has been fully threshed over and the Senator dues not help his waning chances byI attempting to make capital out of It was shown that the money was t necessary for the work and the Legis lature appropriated It If the SenatorI would come to Frankfort such a speech he would drive from his r support the few men hero who have tied to him Frankfort Journal- MATRIMONIAL Homer Harnesley and Miss Louisa Wilkinson aged 25 and 17 respectively were made one Friday The marriage of Miss Mary Welch of Nicholasville to Mr Homer Batson of Louisville was a swell affair Loins Singleton and Miss Weetio Smith each aged 20 were made one at Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman on the 31st Mr William M Swope of Fayette and Miss Mattie Gay the beautiful daughter of John Gay of Woodford will be aweek from tomorrow Mr Swope is a fine gentleman an experienced farmer and and is a of Mr J H Swope of this county I t HUSTONVILLE Joe B Williams sold a coming three yearold filly to Jesse Lynn for 225 T L Carpenter has a very valuable thoroughbred colt down with paralysis Mr TW Wallis and family have moved to Lexington They carry with them the best wishes of this commu ItyeJames Yowell bought 22 85t lpound cattle of Farris Sandidge at 4c and 30 900pound cattle of Tom Rynearson at 31cSimon Weil bought 45 1200poui cattle of James Yowell at Sic and a bunchof 1400pound cattle of J P Rifle at 5c t Mrs Vincent Peyton of Powars Casey countv died last week front a surgical operation and was buried in hut tonvHIo cemetery 1blo Mattio Burris of Chicago is visiting Mrs John B Rout Miss El len Walker of Lancaster is visiting Mrs George D Robinson Marshal Herrings grocery lunch room and meat market has moved into new quarters in tho Emporium block and he reports business rushing The remains of Scott Thompson of Paris a brother of Prof M G Thomp son who lived hero many years ago were interred hero Monday after set vices at the grave by Rev Mills A Pcavyhouse of Stonington is visiting his brother F M Peavy house whom ho had not seen for 3 years Mrs George B Cooper of Stan ford was with friends here Saturday The protracted meeting at the Chris tian church closed Sunday night with seven additions to the church Rev G T Walden of New South Wales conducted tho meeting assisted by Rev MillsMayor Goode holds the belt as cham pion fisherman of the county for this year One day last week he caught G9 bass 63 of which were black Some ofIthem weighed 4J pounds Who beat this Miss Minnie Carson has returned from a delightful three months visit to her uncle J L Ballou at Trinidad Col She is greatly pleased with that hospitable people Her uncle returned with her for a short visit to Kentucky G W Mills pastor of the Chris 2 tian church hero for the past seven ears has accepted a call as pastor of Madisonvillo Christian church and will leave with his family in about four weeks to enter upon his duties They will take with them the best wishes of our community Thomas Starling our tobacco buyer has examined over 300000 pounds of tobacco in the past few weeks in this community and reports that fully one third of it is damaged by house burn and frost Unless there Is quite an advance in prices this will cause a heavy loss to our growers a The efficiency of Marshall Lairs blood hounds was shown last week in the successful running down of a thiefe who after making his haul talked and mixed with a number of associates fie nally going to a field where he was located and confessed Considering the length of time elapsed and the extreme dry weather the feat was most remarkable Tho Hanging Fork Presbyterian church of Hustonville has disposed of the Presbyterian church at McKinney to tho Officers of the Christian church thereas authorized at the late meeting of Presbytery here The proceeds from the sale of the McKinney church are to be expended upon Hustonville church for necessary repairs newseats carpets etc The Star Fun Vaudeville and Repertoire Co will hold the boards at Al corns Opera House Saturday Nov 10 riving a matinee to ladies and children It 230 that afternoon when every hild will bo given a sack of candy At night u splendid series of raudevillo acts and tho entire company will tender The OutofTown Doctor and A Subject for Discussion Reserved eats at Yowells The sale and shipment of live stock n the West End is beginning to assume is former proportions D C Allen bas shipped 10 cars of butcher cattle and hogs to Cincinnati in the past two weeks paying 2 to 275 for the cattle and 5c for the hogs John B Rife ought in Casey county 62 well assort ed cattle that will be on tho market the last of this week Charles Lutes hipped four cars of export cattle to- New York last week for which he paid- 46to Be J W Hoskins cashier of the Peoples Bank has moved his family to our city occupying the second floor rooms over the bank They are splendidly arranged for housekeeping Thos Tuck rand bride of Wakita Okla are vis ting their many friends and relatives In our vicinity Mr Tucker was raised here and some years since drifted West finally locating in the above named city where he is prospering in the furniture and undertaking business W D Hock er who has been at home for the past two months is now on duty at Tyrone When Collector Cooper finds a set of- books badly mixed he knows W D find and remedy the trouble Mrsl Chester Carter of LawrQnceburg J1M i Our dry goods houses were complete ly snowed under with business Saturday The rush began early in the morning and continued until late in tho afternoon the grafters are making a center fush at tho Emporium and getting a per cent off for cash amI they are getting a tremendous busl ness Like Banquos ghost tho demand will not down and louder grows the call from the masses for a change and they must bo heeded in this Land of the free and homo of the bravo or there will betroublo For some week there has been great pressure made upon ono of our wellknown citizens to become a candidate to represent LlnI coin county in the Lower House of the legislature At tho last conference of his numerous friends held in bur eats last week ho agreed to accede to their demands and at the proper time will make formal announcement and shy the castor of lion J D Swopo Into tho political arena asking his many friends over the county to withhold their promises until he can see them Agency Secured Wo have secured tho agency for the Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup the new laxative that makes tho liver lively purifies tho breath cures head acho and regulates tho digestive organs Cures chronic constipation Ask us about It Pennys Druf Store R A Dodd sold at Wilmoro 10 horses and 40 mules at 90 to 200 Jim Baughman was stabbed to death by another Negro in Boyle Central Kentucky Real Estate Excuse TITLE CO do f3Nice 4 room cottage and t acr of land located about I mile trout Sbtlbf City The bout done colt WO Vie will Mil Ibis plan for Iwo- No2r16rlacre 34mile Irom Junction City ttorr 6 room frame dwtlUog barn rrlu lit hlUae elc All In gout repair locludl- ogIeociagtUcrlograan023 acre In cultiva Iumsapphetc A ipUndlJ crap ntrlwr crape rind In year 1laa doe to school churches tie snitwell watered mtdlnWd well st Uo1 lock well at bun lie lrlc fJOU Hour and Orlat MUI Anderson county Cy 35 barrel capacity covered with Irou butltSyears ago Steam and water power lie latter 8 month of the year It U an up o date roller mill with burr for corn and meal bolt The engine it of 7 yean runt 14 cret with the mill Including what la with tbe house ot S room All for CAZSO or 15 too for the mill sad 14 acres One half cub Lisa flue trade No mill In 10 miles WoS9 farm of 242 acres A baodwm rood rn 2 ttorj brick raldince nicely furnltaed and in to due In erery particular Ktore room on lace well located r nta This prep rcy r clos to arnool in a rood commuilty and la one blrU1tbaon It Tb re la only about 20 acres In culilraiion nd rest In grass Plenty of frott trtca IC This aofd1 twine and a ipltndld farm 1ilc reaa oDable No IllA Lana of 300 acre one and one half illraarrtbof lluit millU on the Danville pike two Cory frame dwelling seven ruoma veranda elletc Kin young orcntrd bearin all klnda ol cult well watered nicer Willie All wlldings and teocea are in loud repa1rllbt farm- dOnteJ in the best MClioa of Uncolu county cit la an Ideal home Ice house burn led nil other nccewnry outbuildings No 7C60 acre of land Dear Junction Cltyftul In even Bald IS acres In cJlIlralton In gram a nice young orchard and oeof the lest gripe hlr- bora In Kentucky party aold 2800 round ol tapes last year watered and fencing good ClIMe to school and churches A twuitory alt om frame dwelling good barn etc aUlD ool repair Price flM No 69 Twoatory frame dwelling of lU room to ball Tranda uj well at door and all other wcuary outbuilding Alaa large blacksmith bop C0i30 and tbedi lull length of hop and eellele This property will be told at a very low price rrrrrnar rwNo 113A farm 311 acres abouti mile from Slanto J and 3 miler from Crab tirrha on the ICU of CrJtr Cnek Tneplace It cut It about Held and can 1i sub diddrl Abiul U acres It lu cultlrmloa limber tuulclent to keep dace and onehtll etnry frame dwtlllnn u vrooiuf halliparcbnelc Two guod lee bou birugesnrylcorn fIr Mac la well wait Ill two good cliteroiai the doorjirunolnK ilreti through ftrm All buildings In good ehqesaccp one barn fencing Mr 111 S45 Iltr aCNe easy Na Ill Two houiei and lob situated In Cut Orchard with six and one half acres ot lend at tachetl llotti am rralDI cottages one conilitln of and the other 1 room Stable two gas prlngo sic The buildings ate new and tb fencing ordinary Two nuod KID and n crestatMiture Will wil each place ulurtell- oraawhole 1rloe on the propiHj at a IIJOO No 13963acreaofland In the town limit or Rowland about at Cher bottom latd ana acres In woodland The n eon It well fenced and water- v1 water wok well and cistern ttorr tram veranda back porch metkllciunandgaol r Ilsr Cost barn end all other ueulAr outbuilding Includlnit crib rrabcryetu AIIingoudrepsirrrbebginBreldc- lass order all wire feic U a IlaradulrlebulUl co e to toss audIII1Icbeip ana on etty term NoITUlerlClrlAln t mlenl 1hll Itloom dwelling saw tiuur tiuuk Luu a4houM crib tie All the bulMluici and fvoclng In fair condition hoot apple orclurd alnut 3 acres in culllratlon rust In g timber Waterei by a over falllug Uaollwalrra ol Soiilh furk Idatl200 No pi A reran ot iOut ncm on one el the beat turnpikes ID till county A ImnJtome twi story fmtue sand oneeflblarges null brat barns In the coupty 1bl pTnc It well wuleredand everylhlrgabout It ItHudiii tent leg Ii In ftl nlr u goal communll clot toacnonlnnndiiUiiitW wlnutre drlu Iron Stnnfotd This n very definable liouit like 711 Notice of Election term MW Mncolii Count ultlllrllllllntthllIrUIIroil JiiiUo time nf tho bate loiwltt II IU Ailiuin M Dmliloriiriiiiil W P Wnllln It llllluot tel Juntlro W M Ptiililcrn iiiuliHvoiHlwl JustlcoW U Wnllln that till fnllowliiu nrtlon Ia tnktii lijr tide court Tin rnnd jury of Iltiroln ruunty nt tilt mat term u tilt Lincoln circuit court huv IIIK rfioinineiulwl n now courthoiiM for Lincoln county and It npiHnrliiRto tboaat Infliction of court Unit thu court Iloasti nowln uw Is utiMifo Unit liimlwiuatv fur list iinbllc couvcntt11cn11d tho prvwrvntlon of hUbllo reunl1t la onn1Id t lilt the lIm of glOUrr la IlIlIaIII1 Ito uin niviiMiry to hull n now toiirtliouM1 nnil It la furthir onltnil that an tlfvlhm Iw n poll oHnc nt tliCMvvmlvotliiH pnrefncta 1I11111lIln county UII tll olh tiny of 1101 tlHMliiy of tin mxt gen lIlwprlllllollIIIKnltill vuttrit 1110111 vuiiiij fur their sip lirovul or rejection Tht 1rUf of county U dlncteil to mlVLTtlM odd election for nt Icnl ti tlnya next is forty tho ilny tbvnof In tilt ISTK HIOK JotiiMAt news wr lulnit the only new xiMT pulill hol In Lincoln county heiiiiuvrii ot snit oloctloit lint illrect t to hold the elr11011 lntwevn tilt mine hours that they nn minimi lo hold election fur UUllt olllfew which election ulnill htl- dsockaluctallnnitn nioct na retiulrnl by Iho iteuenil election luwn In forco III thU Htiitu nt the time tho wnno la h li- lThoclvrkot tho Lincoln county court hnll enue till printed on tilt oniclnl liilloti lu- is ed III wild rlwtun hit wonla nail rag liroai tai you In fnvorof niproprlatlon nf IUI for lliiRn newcourthouM for- Id11coiItconnty7ondhovntwogneea upon the right of MIIIIO ono for voters thenpproprliitlon Is Uealgnnte t liy the wont eIII1 ono fur voter opposing hits- wppnrpparlntluntolsidt alsliiltNIby tho wonl bllll prepare anld teal lot In nil other s as ivciulrcxl by Ht of the Kentucky Htututea In the went tint hll re Ulilto nilntWr of efinl voters of Lincoln county In fnvor In ordered lint fhb- rouncnuwtlroto11dof Uucoln county to the Rlllollilt uf IW ilito lx prepared SlItrind Inued on printed onus under the eal of th countv to algnnl hjr thn prt shlhla Judge of tliB Lliicolncountyrourtnnd lit CUllttral sal h till clerk of said rourt mynbln to Itonrvr at Lincoln County Nit lonnl hank of Htnnfont KytOytnrs from tilt dntcof naniowllh tho option of ayliiR jimo In years from dale which lamb hall not omit renter mf of Interval than It cent iwrnnnunituiynblOkenilnnnual y at LI ncoln ito nt hank it HIRlilurdlIIl11- IlIleCt101l11U1I8 tlxnll In attached to soul land aliinetl by the clerk ot tho Lincoln onnty court Hnld Ixiiulu IIlit151111 In lenonilnallims ot Tilt and nnya wirecalld on Mild lIIutl111111 ihoMiinewa atrial unnnlinoiiHly nil of tilt JIIIII vot nK for Mime namely JUstlcelr It Ailiinn W 1lIutlhrnr RIIO V U Vnllln belnic n uorum of tbla hod A ilCOOIEILtirrkliy K II IVniihiKton DC Notice hereby Hlven that In oliedlxtice to above order of tho Lincoln county Klacal ourt adopteil April IWrt which under In male Hirt of tbla notice by iectton will l0 hold nud n tall uplIc1nt tho MJVeral voting pnclnctn of aunty on the eth elll of laet for bo purM of submitting to the J4lnl voter of Lincoln county the proportion rhether or not the aunt of IWjin shall Unp roprlnted forthopurponoof bulldlnannew ourthouae for Lincoln county clec Ion will tw held In nil reapvcta nt required IIy law and said order T J HILL Sheriff Lincoln County Gut Your 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 WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low ces by W B McRobertsDRUGGIST 1PER8 NLL mpervl ion given to all Prescriptions compoundedj I ir rsue l UNDER1VRThe I we feel we are just a Litle Better PI epared- to anyoneffurnish you what you want than else We have some garments no one else i I can furnish t t f Royal Plush A silk tinctl garment thoroughly shrunk fine warm and beyond qiiw tion the most pleu uit uiulorwtmr nintlc in two uolort eizes 34 to 44 8150 n garment Coopers Ribbe- dAA medium weight Ntft tine fiuiclictl garment WITHOUT FLEliCINGall sizes in suit or single pieces 81 per garment Union Suits Dons Union Suits Cotton Hiljlvd 8100 Wool Fleeced 8SJ Bop Un ion Suits any size 4 to 14 ycnw at T 0 cuts to BIUNK CANTER Ooocii Creek HIIAXKI Modern Depoalt flank Bank again First better transact bnilneu before Ite long career Bad Cer Sell I Wrights Health heavywnrul wool the very fur those who iind it hnntIto keep warm size from to 150 Shirts or drn per t r ttCotton Fleeced t Wnrm null A popular garment in ehaiicj 550 to at GOc UnderwearINine or Grey Bibbed or nt UCc nicer heavier ant warmer at COo per H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY HAIR BRUSHES Tt A GOOD Hair Brush is something no family can get along without We have every kind but a POOR ONEAt 25c 2 each 7 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000lt a=ww = OFFICERS = VV S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER te t J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERKIDIREOTORSlJ B OwBMtY Stanford IL Stanford a W Turner rlll W n CCUMIKS Preachenrllle L O Wsynetburj W II TiUTUiit 011 Den U L nnnntc Lancaster W O WALKER Stanford J n FOATEH Stanford W II Stanford J n PAXTOX Stanford We rap4otflllly ollclt the account icf IndlrlduiiliKlrmi and Ilnnki and Hunkera and nre to furnlth nil depositor such accominodatlona ua are contlatent with auto Hafity llcpoNt In our vault for use of our OUtOllllrI First National BankStanford Kyl Capital Stock 50000 This institution war originally established as tbo of In 1151 then reorganized ai the National of In 1865 and reorganized athe National Balk of Stanford In 1181 having Lad practically an uninter rupted exlitenco for 43 uart It U supplied now with facilities for Inr promptly and well than ever In and honorable IcccQDt ef Iidlylduals Fiduciaries poratlons citedI d lltaccd thing Any 114 vorg garment coiuTtfrlauto dunililo several 48 Boys Shirts Draper Wright Hecccd garment that BAILEY Oorporntloni prepared tuxes t Offllrra- J noolcER Pres1 t T DAents Y Pre J J MoROBERTS Obr r W ILWRARENAut Obrl DJrtlotor6t i t Reid DanytlleiT Uarrl StanfordI hKM D Elmore Stanford D Baughman Stanford T P Stanford aIlobtnsob hobble J n Baughman Stanford I 3 M Pettus Stanford t O R Tate Stanford a 4 1 If You Are Not rlsaeX frequent visitor to our afore you havo no Men of the volume or quality ot our stock 1 Wo nro diowiugna fine n lino of Ladies Fine Coats II you will see any t ttbcra in this section You should eco our Suits Skirts nnd Waiate None but the newest nnd beet SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1KV NOV II 1000 1rANFOIlJ order some engraved calling cards everything In the latest styles Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS n t s Mn L It Huaiins was at London on W IRELAND went yelllcnlnyI WBARCN has rc SR is In Ilooscvclt 0 T with his son A D MRS J S RICE Is back from a visit I to Kayctto county friends Mns A R NUNNEILEY of the Fey tons Welt suction la quito MRS MAnY URONAUCII of the East End is with relatives In this section MRS WILL SKVEHANCB who has been quite indisposed Is rapidly conva LEe R NUKNELLEY spent sever al days with his sons in tho Peytons Well section Mn T E BALDWIN of Madison was tho guest of his daughter Mrs H Shanks MR AND MRS R Eo L SIMS haw returned from a protracted stay nt Tuscurubia Ala MR W M Swore of Fnycttc was here with his lister Mrs Ed Ballard who continues ill MESDAIES D D CARTER and J It Powell and Master Carl Carter spent several days in Doyle MRS GEORGIA RICE of Mt Veroon who has been a guest of the Coffey Ho tM returned homo Sunday Tile Married Peoples Social Club will meet with Mr and Mrs Will Severance at 8 r L Friday next Oth MR AND MRS J J McCALL who have been with Mr and Mrs W I llerrin returned to Rockcostlo Sunday Miss OPHELIA LACKEY left Saturday morning for SU Louis to visit tho tam fly of her brother Mr W G Lackey MRS WILLIAM MONKS of Rockdale III is with her parents Dr and Mrs E G Dick at Crab Orchard Springs f v Mn SIIELTOS M SAUKLKY of Frankfort joined his wife here Sunday Mr It C Saufley was also up from Somer set Miss GEORGIA LEWIS came down from Crab Orchard Friday and spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents hereATTORNEYS W I WILLIAMS of Lancaster and James T Wilson of liar HxUburg were here attending court rcstcrday MR AND MRS A E GinnoNs came over from Danvillo to hear Mrs Prin tWi Long and take her back with them tor a short stay GEORGE G MENEfEE and friend Mr Itamoy como over from Georgetown College to spend Sunday with Mr and J Mrs J N Mcncfee- DR W M DOORES of Crab Orch ard has returned from an enjoyable visit to his daughter Mrs C A Spell gle at Shclbyvillo Ind MR ALEX BURGS and family of Ur bna who have been with W G McBee and family loft Saturday to visit relatives at Maywood BRIGHT FERRILL collector guager has been assigned to duty in Anderson county and will leave to take his posi tion after ho cants his republican vote Eastthe spent some time with friends and relatives He made tho trip by private conveyance MR J HARVEY VANHOOK of Burn side spent yesterday with his daughter Miss Anna Crow Vanhook Mr anhook still retains his citizenship in Lincoln and votes at Turnersvllle iMRs ENOCH and Miss Ora joined their daughter and sister Miss Ber tha Enoch of Chicago where they will remain during tho winter Miss Ora is greatly missed by her classes in tho City SchoolSomerset Journal Dn J T BOIION of Hustonvllle has returned homo after spending a week with friends and relatives hero Miss Louise Eostland of Louisville is visiting her grand mothor Mrs Evelyn Eastland at Cove Springburg DemocratIt Du A S PRICE of Stanford was herb with friends Miss Bessie Mao Lenr visited friends in Stanford Mrs Nevius of Stanford has been hating her son Mr J Nevius Miss Pollle Traylor of Stanford has been the pleasant visitor of Miss Annie several days Lancaster I Record I1romJESSE TRAYLOR is down from Corbln with Ills wife for a few days MRS J T BINGAMAN left yesterday to visit relatives at Nevada Mo Miss NANNIE PHELPS of Fayottc county is with Mrs It C Mocker enterprlslnJunction day MESS liS W T SAUNDERS and J E Iortman of Louisville cams up to vote KARLES COIKEY came down from Wilton yesterday to vote for Bcckham and linger MR JUUS PICKETT of Mason county was the guest of his daughter Mm W A Tribble MR J II DUNN of Lancaster hal atIMR J F CUMMINS spent Sunday In Lexington Mrs Cummins stopped over with her relatives at Wilmore Mn W II CUMMINS and Mr Jones Anderson and wife of Preachersvllle loft yesterday to pruspectinOklahoma- Mn A D ROOT returned yesterday from a visit to his son A D Root Jr at Roosevelt 0 T He says crops are fine In the section ho traveled through MRS RODNEY KEENON of Frankfort arrived yesterday to visit her mother and sister Mrs Mary and Miss Frances Adams who have taken rooms at Mr George P Brights LOCALS FOR SALE Phaeton In good repair Mrs R C Warren SPRING wagon foralePrice 10 Stanford Greenhouses WA rr oSeveral ushels of green tomatoes at this office FOR heating stoves go to George II Farris Hes got cm WANTED to sell a 200pound Poland China sow splendidly bred and must go quickly This office Tim C SV11111will meet at tho lecturo room of tho Christian church at 230 Wednesday afternoon 7th LOST between the Baptist church and my home pair of gold frame glasses Reward Mrs T D Newland OATS Several cars of Northern oats arriving Special price to buyers in quantity J H Baughman Co It WATCH this space for the announce ment of Moore OfTutts big auction sale of Real Estate at Corbin Ky yMR GEORGE W CARTER has bought of C G Hurt his 25acro place on the Hustonvillo pike for about 5000 Mr Hurt will move back to Virginia YOULL know all about the election by bed time if you listen to the bulletins Agent J S Rice will receive atI tho depot tonight A ticket only costs you DOc If was an error about thieves getting into II S Shanks Blue Wing Sa loon at Rowland It was his store they entered and by their visit Made is 7 or 8 the loser I WILL sell at public sale at 1 oclock next Monday county court day one pair of good work mules and one good work or harness mare J P Chand ler auctioneer E O Goocu willopen yard at McKinney in tho near future and will also keep on hand feed salt lime etc Mr Gooch has bought tho lot adjoining the bank and will erect a pretty cot age on It- TIIREE young men enjoyed Hallowc cn a little too abundantly and were fined 750 each and costs We will not give their names this time as it is their first offense and they are naturally very much ashamed of their silly do age SOLD Ills MILLoMr Sam C Thur mond has sold to Mr Lyon of Mercer county the old Dawson Mill property near tho bridge on Hanging Fork Mr Lyon will materially improve tho property and will add tho roller process and engineWANTEnGentlema n or lady with good reference to travel by rail or with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Sale ary 1072 per year and expenses salty paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Stanford Ky x n y Acquaintance Begets Either Confidences or Mistrust Wo feel the sentiment nlwvo expressed and we lire anxious for those who nre not nlrcndy customers of this etoro to put us to the test by giving ue n trial Wo believe our long experience in buying goods is worthsomething to you Como in and lets get acquainted in n business way IFOR IENrMy cottage on Portman j J C McClary GET your gun fixed at Burkes 237 Main Street Danville Ky VOTE for Harvey Helm for Congress next Tuesday and all will bo well FOR SALEIG stands of bees with honey Mrs Mary Wallace Stanford WANTED To buy a few shares of First National Bank stock Apply at this officeeDONT fail to mark under the rooster today Dont mistake the phoenix for tho game bird primnryICarter and Winfrey LOST felt rug between Stanford and Jarvis store on Somerset pike Thurs day Reward if left at this office u CALL on or address Sim Wilson Yosemite for a good work hand former blacksmith Will break horses of any kind THE Young Ladles Thursday Afternoon Club will meet Thursday afternoon Nov 8th at 2 P M with MissI Pattle Alcorn WILL you line up with the saloons or McCrearyor with tho temperance men for Bcckham Thats thequestion asks tho Frankfort Journal e CoAtCoal is scarce and prices ranging upward We have moderate sup ply and would suggest you buy your coal now J H Baughman Co It BULLETINS Agent Joe S Rice will begin taking bulletins of the election in Kentucky and other States at tho depot at 8 oclock this evening It will only cost you GOc Better get a ticket from him today and get posted before you retire tonight e A FARMER at Richmond offered to give the Young Ladies Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church all the com they would shuck in one day and the society managed to get away with about eight barrels which was sold on the street bringing ubout 25 Cant some of our farmers show such a liberal spirit and make a similar offer A GOOD crowd greeted tho Hooligan show at Waltons Opera louse Satur day night and laughed at the nonsense furnished by tho comedians from tho rise of the curtain until its fall The show was good enough we suppose but had its manager been the posses sor of a little more gentlemanly civil ity the companys visit hero would have been more pleasantly remembered Tim PRINCESS LONG Recital Friday night was well received and very much enjoyed Madame Long has a sweet voico which is highly cultivated and she has sung in many cities before die tinguished audiences Tho ladies of the Christian church who played her nro delighted with her both as a lady and as a vocalist and reader Her entertainment was deserving of a larger audience CIRCUIT CouRT November term of the Lincoln circuit court began yes terday but a couple of hours later it adjourned until Wednesday in order that the judge Commonwealth Attorney jurors and others might be perI mitted to go home and vote The grand jury selected is as follows John Blanks P E Palrish A J Gooch II F Newland Wm Beck J II Engle man Frank North Claud Sipple James McKechnie C A Redd M G Murphy W A Coffey Tho later gentleman was made foreman ThoI petit jury is composed of the following gentlemen W T Tucker George Rout A C Carman T Me Holmes Henry pleasants Jno G Lynn J DI Perkins J I Wllmot C C Withers S A Mlddlcton R D Padgett J A Wright J F Cash H G Lutes Ansel laugh Ike Terry Bowen Goode J D Anderson J M Hubble J R Edmis ton J M Pettus William FieldsI Luther Underwood and Geo P Bright Judge Bells charge to the grand jury was short but to the point Ho cited tho evils of gambling selling whisky legally dynamiting concealed weapons etc and admonished tho jurors to look carefully into every case reported and to seo that no guilty party escape The docket this term Is an unusually heavy ono and all of the three weeks wIH bo consumed DIAMONDS in rings in brooches in studs in culT buttons etc at Mueller BOY wanted between 18 and 20 years white one1 industrious Goodsalary Bastin Telephone Co Lancaster IDont fail to call at Tribble Ponces and see their new Fall lines of furniture carpets rugs etc Tim personal effects of Mrs Sarah H Cooley will be sold at her late home on Darst Street Stanford Ky at 2 p M next Saturday Nov 10 J C1Ic Clary admr A ROY who wanted to be baptized struck town Saturday Chief Jones found that he was mentally unbalanced and took him in charge He was given money and asked to leave town tho way he camee R Dr Armstrong of Franklin county announces the engagement of his daughter Miss Ruby D Armstrong to Mr Ike LanIer Sallee of Danville PARKERS HAIR BALSAM hIrIrocnolotnear rail to Ilntoro Or y ColorCorwOrnot eUII nntldt FORSALEIte- nullful untodati little home live roomi reception hull loth light water newly pcrrl anti Inrgrlot outhoiiMtt oaf condition Ijirjje Ktablu with water In town nml convenient to nil churchei W II MiKoliKUTH Htanford Look Out for Bargains i Como mid ia t your moneys worth anil It for produce Flee casteel HI I cake rut S cent I Hoda a Belts Mnll mid lliiV Hillt at cut irlct MenX Women and Children1 ltnhibcrs D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky EW LIVERY STABLE BUSES ft CLASZSOH Inn fUNCTION CITY KV MntOUu Turnout rt RnoDlble Rate Special Attention to Tr Tellnf Meo Drain end lay For 8al a PUBLIC SALE llnvlnit deckled to CD to I JuUvftlcwewlll on HATVIUlA NOV 10tit sell out our entire llTerybo lnefciconMttnie of Id head of horMn eel worker mm driven also several goad biiKKlei almost new rubber and heel Urea liiuwonehoriw Wnlllll Men lell of Kootl ImrmMi l net of HiKKt tloublu hnrnvnii good mrrey itprlng wnson several heavy rllfwhlill atilt dun tcr Koine goal hay and new set buggy whovli A grade set of bhickimlth Hnl will trglnat10AJ4 LAND A lIUCHAXANKtiiirorU Ky Ile Iloonei Old Htand J IOhuudler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I Having dtHIdcd to go Wvit I will offer at public Bata Oil WKDNKHDAV NOV 7 tub lit my prcmUe three mile Wont of Crab Orchard on the Crab Orehoril A Htanford pike the following peminally Two good calf mimn i SSBeadof Millet hay harrow wagons Old Hickory good an newl log wagon IIllrlll 11gun2good rllbllr tlnll hUIII1 steel tin buggy IU barrels of corn cartr sets of buggy liiirnt 1 set of wagon liar Riot chlckens and geese III or ao bushels or Irish potato flu 2 inares Rre- IIUIIIOd to be In font to good ThoronglibrtHl horse and ix tlttreed lot of houkeholdand kitchen furniture and other thing too nu iner mx to nientlon Terns made knows on day of sale Hale will begin at 101 U HINOLKT- ONColltctors Sill for Taxes Out Crab Orchard Graded School District On HATLItlAYtEO11106Ixtweenthe hours of Inndav Mln building tnttnih Orchard K I will sell nt to tho highest and liest bidder hupr0xvrtylwrolnafterrttoutlonodfortaxisluu for tbo IlIr In of tax suniclcnt amount resist lio rIll II zoo from these sides to pay u or a Irx Itt mud the cost of advertl ement JOOarponternbout k KUli fnnii tsit- Ohnrlen Davis tlacrea hind x U 2 m tylllbitt7tiilcns IIt A riiyiii1 loiioren IM- UrsttroHtnob211aires III OeoJ White acre tti Mrs Katu IVttun town lot 111 L W Moore 0 acre 3 40 Ifollowing U n further list of dollop- unitewhoselxrsonnlprulwrtY will bo sold ulxveond will tx iiartlcularly I Ill r II Ilt In this col umn 10 days prior to tho date of itloi Joel AlUmI XI John Baker uu lUll linker K K llobbltt 110 K hMlobblttAdmr fttti IH IlurUctt HI L1fCarsonIIid M yonder JllOook J m- Hurenco Wood D- K 100 dank YOUIIGJOKOUOK aw nnoNAUnii Treasurer anti Oollector for Crib Orchard OnuJed Hchool lilstrlct ZT We Dont Care to elseeaest Do bragnducia advertising such astlWe bought em nil We bough cheaper than any one But vo do say our prices are as low as any house in this country and that should be cheap enough for any ono nnd wo very often pick up a good thing at less than value Thats why we often make Such low prices on desirable merchandise Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffher y Marx A LITTLE HIGHER 41 iIIIIART level of Mens Clothes Isnt enough for IhyiSCUAFFNER MARK Clothes because always a little ahead of everybody else Heros a Varsity Rain Coat to provo It Allwool rain shed der to work in or bo dressy in CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY I 4 BELTS AND- BELTING 1 We have just received a new lineI of Belts in Leather Silk and Stylesfat prices from 25c to 200 v each Also a line of Plaid Beltings in tbe very newest designs at 25c per yard See our windows for samerWe have a full line of Golf Gloves in solid and fancy colors Also a line of Kid Gloves in White Black and all the leading col9rs Every pair guar anteed LMHUEYCoDry Opera House Block Opposite Court HouserlSTANFORD KENTUCKY L jInterior Journal TinnedinthuPosl Ofceat Stanford a- sjald elau malkrIjTOlJSnBD TOISBOAVH AND FKIBVJTS SAT 100 PER YEAR CASH will be charged When not eo paid UOO PARKERS HAIR Clenrea cad teutltkl the bah Itoetater a lasurlal CNwt- hNeyer Jalt to to It Yogi ColorlIAir ew li r hill IImt FOR SALE I ram of about IcarI1H111118 Finely North Oil Utlnflllo pike ttnt rA ncrea afttrmoatof still an toell tit onlo Will SorWltHI with NhAlntlt- t n corn O In8Jut JJ forelnnd K For Sale Privately Mybouse and 10 acres of land of towu tmltl 00 the p has rooms kttbcn and- oeer allcollar stable and ItcT room ontbulldlngs Water hydrant In U18 jnr J and one for tock J p DAILEYI A S PRICE Surgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in tho Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately having detorntlned quit tnnntng1 wII- sell farm of 215 toes fleaprlrntely lorelllUdOll the Ot4itnilrond a idles trout lITUI miles trout 11U well tonllMIs 01 corn hll find tockeyeni hore hood snares all lit a Mlrllnlll It I Iln bUJU In the nitKINGMorolnndKy INSURANCE Fire Lightning VlndHlor1LlIe and Bnd ASBTUumpanlea lp ltnted Lowest POI Ralel Los IDylngnecw- GiUneq11AII Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone NoM BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce dl Garter Livery reed and Sale Stable Depot Street STinroBD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your is lolicited Honw handled on commlatio- nftteck Pens In Connection Two Farms For Saler I whh to 141 prlrately my tarot of 110 kcreiO miles Welt or Lj r on the Lex agton It le well inlprord and lea gdenty of orator and timber fenced net In re Also tin unimproved Iarm of 100 acres Lng taldaTbltwoen f nclISter and Lex- kiglonplkean Veileach way fttowd Terms reasonable TIIIJo1tRINO M rX bury K- yLAND FOR SALE I Will wll privately Ml nerd of line faradn end Uunted one froth lAncatter ou Lerln ton Pike shout to acre III town llm 1U Alwut All und ergoadtOllcolnd cultivation hn e plenty el novcrfalllnj water Dwelllnz housu li pood and hue all nCI lory outbulldlngi ioaeiloaglren for ueetllog pur alas the Fan and nrt ot pear llils faro should bu eenlolinppnclnted Hlnce the Ity council enforcing the laws lands tbertelnttyof n Idiiicntter Inn ndvanceil rap Mir in prlceand goal property Is In great demrul W tots iiilinlnlitrator IU M ilou Lanca tcr Ky e1ce11ar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phono 167 Home Phone 39 JlBeazleyCo UxdertaKers and Embalm Isis Also Dealers in Fur pure Matting8Rugs They will exchange Furniture for all Ninth of Stock Giver Clem a Call Prices Right lWAHFORD KENTUCKY H FARMERS DEPARTMENT Booker Wilkinson bought in Casey county 11 cattle at 230 and a bunch of hogs at Cc Fon SALEA nice team of work mules also good Berkshire boar weight 1GO pounds J Nevin Carter Turners vllleEsTRAYEDOne light red steer weighabout 800 pounds on Oct 25 Information rewarded W II Murphy StanfordCHoward VanArsdall sold to Russell Coleman S Walters a carload of fat cattlo at 5c which brought him over 1400 Hnrrodsburg Democrat FOR SALEIO long yearling steers weigh 750 to 900pounds 32 feeders and sloppers weigh 800 to 1250pounds See them at Adam Carpenters M J Hoffman Moreland Ky J B ONeal sold his fine farm near Williamstown to Arthur Conrad of Missouri for 110 and J A Bracht disposed of his farm near Sherman to Clarence Oder of Illinois for 16 000 cash These are among the finest farms in Grant county Farm hands in the tobacco growing districts of Kentucky and Tennessee have formed a union and will stand too gether to demand increased wages from growers The demands have not been presented but it is believed tho new union will add to the scarcity of hands during she rush seasons Hurley tobacco growers completed their organization at Winchester and formally ratified the constitution and bylaws under which they will attempt to control the price of tobacco Com mittees will be named in each county and the price will be fixed there Ad dresses were delivered by former Sen ator Lindsay Judge R F Peak and others urging growers to stand together in the fight against the trusts BlooddThe year 1003 will long bo remem bered in this homo of P S Tacket of Alliance Ky as a yens of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr Tackets lungs that death seemed very near He writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought mo at deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption with the as tonishing result that ater taking four bottles I was completely restored and as time has proven permanently cured t Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle free- Undaunted by his previous failure President Roosevelt again went after wild turkeys at Pine Knot Virginia Saturday A gang of the wary birds was found but tho dogs flushed it before the hunters could get within shoot ing distance and all of the game escaped without the President getting a shot In the afternoon the President and Dr Rixey made another foray into the partridge field pp Cured of Brlghts Disease Mr Robert O Burke Elnora N Y writes Before I started to use upsall bloated up with dropsy and my eyesight was so impaired I could scarcely see ono of my family across too room I had given up all hope of living when a friend recommended Fo leys Kidney Cure One 60 cunt bottle worked wonders and before I had ta ken the third bottle the dropsy had gone as well as all other symptoms of Brights disease t Pennys Drug- Store The following from Maysville will be of interest in this section J W Con nell postoffice inspector has been here several days looking after the rue ral route carriers Ho caught all but one that leave this city buying poultry eggs and other produce while on their route and selling them to merchants here The mail wagons looked like country produce delivery wagons He gave them to understand that it must be stopped or they will be dismissed Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr KingsNowLlfo Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle the trouble and tho purifying work goes right on Best euro for constipation headache and dizziness 2s at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard The Republican Congressional Cam Republicansnext House of Representatives The Democratic Committee predicts a gain of 67 seats for the Democrats This if realized would give them a majority of 22 in the House Had a Close Call IIA dangerous surgical operation involving tho removal of a malignant mydaughtersapplication of Bucklens Arnica 8a1esays A C Stickelof Miletus W Va Persistent use of the Salve completely cured It Cures cuts burns nail Injuries 25o at Pen nys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard rw Made Happy for Life Great hnpplues carob into tho homo of S C Blair school superintendent at St Albnns W Va when his little daughter was restored fromtho dread ful complaint he names Ho says My little daughter had St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment but grew steadily worso until as a lust resort wo tried Eloctrli Dittos and 1 rejolco to say Jhreo bottles effected n complete cure Quick sure cure for nervous uomplnlnts general de bility femalo weaknesses Impover ished blood and malaria Unite anted by Pennys Drug Drug Stan ford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 50o The basic principle of N B Hays and his whole campaign is trickery He is unreliable unattractive and never was n Democrat Woo betide the Democrat who puts faith in any thing he says or does Somerset Jour nal Pneumonia Follows a Cold but never follows tho use of Poles Honey anti Tar It stops the cough heals and strengthens tho lungs tOIl affords perfect security from an at tack of pneumonia Refuso substi tutes Pennys Drug Store Algin S Hisie a welltodo citizen of Madison county is dead 55ACRE FARM FOR RENT The Hlrlmrd CollliT rnrin or M lINt on Cedar reek mx ar W T Tucker For par Urultirs ere Thonin atone or write to Tllwunt Collier HomnMtHtn A PUBLIC SALE With the lOjtnlAizreomitntof ttiCt lielrn of Aiuituilii rurltri volute we will on JllfltatteyIllsIJucoht lot one acre and never nlllni well on lot Terns iiiinle known on day of utle Hiile heglnsntloubloek John K Tiirtcr HJIIII Tuner II I Tar lWlhy1tarlutibJntnellurge PUBLIC SALE I The two tract of land owned hy the title John N Idoiit Uimtid on Unitt Orclmnl pike In Lincoln county one of fI acre shout SW miles trout Stanford one of W acres alxiut mill rom Urnb Orohanl will lie olTend for into nt pultllo nuetlon In front o the coUrlbome In HtanforU Ky MONDAY NOV It IM county court day The Inlet of sm item at Itontmnnii Old Mill on Copper Creole In to InlteIIV1V AIINOLD FhiiilMKImrB Ky HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR rrr ONLY 150 Tew Jlloplotln Ito Uultod Stab n lure not heard of tho OourlerrJoiiail l ioooratlc In all thing fair In hl thing rloi In all thing U U es Dtlally u family pser Hy a spechttrrangemeut tenure enHhlnl to of fer the WFEKIy UOUIllKKOintNAL one yearned this pallOr tar the prlie named above lend your tubxirlptlua fur Hie com blniituuto r Ijjfailuittthtjar loridaNew Cuba readied jn comfort van QUEEN CRSCNT ROUTE AND SOUTHERN Ry THREE TRAINS A DAY Chlcofjo Florida Special In Sutler unity 61h1906 Solid rulimaqTraln Leon n rINCNt Ail 925 p M LEXINOTOM 40 P VAMVI1XI1 12 40 li ChttiahWgaFlorida Limited TraInton B90 A W Nmyvr JnetoniIleStAagutmeMhterepartemit Atlanutnil nbmingkam Queen Crescent Special Polhl train Cincinnati Uxlnrton Dan CbxvanoogaandvtMhoyWeandSavannah Winter touilat tklrt now on Mia at IPIIChKywatel y1OIttCL51NATt e COOKS GUARANTEE CURE none ipnvln blood ipnvln cnppml hook iillttt iprlnxetl tendon aweeil- ythuroughptnwarishwareaand evil JONU00K Munfonl Ky Fine Farm for Sale I with to sell prlvntuly injr splendid t ontheonteraetpike ono mile runt NtnuI ford It contain in acre or lino Uiul and Is w lutprovvtl wllli guivt iwuitory brick residence mil Hbuiiilmit outnoiiiui Never fnlllim water Terms rruaonnlile For further pnrtluulnn apply to 1 W ItA Vll II MAN Wnnfonl Ky FARM FOR SALE I The fnriu of the Into John V Pnlmor la fur will iiiul the iiiidiTtlgiifti will tkopleunuro liinliowInK It to any one ilcalrliiK to purchiuo MIIIIP Tin urni vuutiiliu Ill iiLTii mid li In jnrnmt near COIIIIIrPoint Irt av IIolI the tvrplkv mid Is in u lilgliiiliiUof cultivation Any uneluivlugchduu ugnlut Mid 1ul nbera nliit0 will thvni to mi or my attorney I I walker properly proven J W IUMim Executor Blue Grass Farm Forl Sale I IiIiMlrn to self privately my funs lit lib ncrtu lu the i Cat End fronting on the llliiokplkiMiiKllMotiilliHfroiiilluiKmvllle IIrlll In lu exculliiu stnto m ImprowiiioiiUliicliulPii IMI ivtliliiKt ot Ilx room iiiul Hi gaud rupulrtwo vxlru good stock iNirns plvndltl cumllilou Kuril linn ueverfalllug xvntcr Idtiicuiindbnrii Kiirm will liv soltllrnevsy Icrmv Nee ir write to im nt Htanrnnl or McKlhiivy Ky It lIIUtl IAN GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASEiYOU Why buy rt nilyninit clothingwheu there lHH nttlt tIITnrvnc In tim prlco of r iuly UItukunlinndMiiim llno Full nail Winter Koudi I olin iintku rum low irloe buolll1 still to- theilnettdresaCult 0 UltuuaU Trill eraniid Fanny Vat The romimiiy I rp rvavnt li wHMind to noun ItCMlUllKYTheTnllor Htnufont Kv Blue Grass Farm for Sale I I wlalt to itll lilY iirnt SS mllei Went ol Iluntonvllle t milt1 from tae iiiul UnrMn tiriHtatloncouiUlliiKol IM acn f or rich hluo grnas nIU or ttllmtco III gems This turn In btgnnlly dltldal tot adranUiKe 10 n to haven KooO tlwelllna on outbutldlugTireangle In flues There are three tock iNirti tobacco lawn 1 ntalile tenant 1811nlllIllrlnllJ STEELE CIUtTtItIlliitonvllle KI POSTED strictlyforbidpassing on our plaivn and wilt pro ecutc vh olittora to the full extent of the law Furl VonOruenlKnn HolohenlMrb Urns VondruiiilunnKreitK ItolalirlllMch Jon ih lUlloil- A O llnnn M J Jlodnann- Mr MIIitydrnWi lrh M IL Klinore David Htephciif Mary HoiTninnn ItntitfhiiianUlirUUnnJncnl Ji ielii Sam llniiiiruii- M r SI J Anlilook U U liivcr- Kntl llomlirf Mr MIVndlrtoi- W IUonllr J NetlllVarier liter Ilnlinvr J llCnniinUcli llItlllthrtrJAnderson Carr To Reduce Jly Stock SPECTACLES I will during tho month of August sell nt a dicouut nil FRAMES ETC and give the wmic gtmrautco of satisfaction as before Office over ilr Roberts Drug Store 9 to 12 A M 130 to 4 r M W N Craig Stanford PUBLICSALE llrtvlnu divided my furnii with my chil dren I will on T11IItH PAY NOV 1I1I0 sell at blle auction nt my IIOIIIH I hill 1rtlIlhrnllleJlkoJanmares au l1 l In foal I wvuling- lllp6udkcowaIIwennlingenys lack- S 11111 old ihonti row U111Irlt n ot 01 hnv hl stark aliout itte HIM shot kIOI rII8r n lot of whcnt1 holy rake mowing iiniililiio i Uhc drill nil In riinnliiK order rornrrii lnr SrnttliiK d1 blackmultli tooluJ iirllidlliK ilonuH t big plows l hllllhlt plea apply iidli ane tutu let of gear lot of tool mud oruH r lot of old Iron cooking love l organ otof houwholil and kltrhen furni tore spring wagon buggy two horsr HIIKOII ox yokeol men wheat fan corn nhellen dlniior hall and a lot ol other thliiKH too iininenmi lo mention contractsito IxicompllHl with iKfnre movlns proHr ty Hale to liglu promptlyat DoVlork 01 llm40NJI PRES TIONs1 I THREE HonestyAccuracy THINGS I Intelligence are apart of every prescrip tion wo fill The doctor does not write them down with the other ingredients hccnute of n tacit understanding tlmUthey ore to go in alwaysand ho I knows they go hen you bring his order to us I Stafford M Dru4 co1 TotturIMr llarrty Burkl IUrrltburillIInoI Cui 4 ly ZEMO Alter Fir Year WHY SUFFERTHE TORTURE OF ECZEMA OR ANY SKIN DISEASE WHEN THIS GOOD MEDICINE +ZEMO + HAS NEVER FAILED TO CURE ItwltoraIlwnxa Co 8tLolt ioIIAUtuearkq ILL blar Utb IS06 IIIIrncouldoubewgInvalidandiufoamedtomfbedrandithamaSlid l begin to improve n spit and ens the d M ungawrobadaxooofryfrondwantrdmeMsat 1f1i1ofacoaldprayi4ktiUodlia W all rllTontnNtiaii tOursrin tlVl Vol 11 v OUARANTIBD AND SOLO BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD All Kinds of Hatchets tlta and Axes o4 GEORGE H FARRIS O 1 The Bride Will Rejoice At the prwcnU she rtcclvos no niattur what they stay ho or vljcro they caino from lint if you wish to bo Mire that your ottering will receive tho mlmiring attention of cvcrylxxly get it nt n jewelry store Then you nro SURE to l o right You CANT go wrong hy giving jgw elry And you CANT go wrong if you get it here I Everything we allow you would do credit to your judgment bud good taste Wo can ultorest you at n dollar or so or as high n3 you taro to go in figures Always trust to us to Imvo tho right goals E H MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Prices Right on Cooking and Heating Stoves at Geo Da Hoppers Stanforo Ky Hardware Queensware TinwareGro ceries Field Seeds Jc All vVf sizes sewer pipe just received