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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 J THE INTERIOR JOURNALt t 4 VOL XXXiVESTANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9 1906 NO 63 r I Cor J c ir BECKHM f Who tCtu nominated for U S Senator Tuesday oVer Senator lCrCrenry v CRAB ORCHARD Hcv G W Coaklcy of Louisville will preach at tho Crab Orchard nap tilt church next Sunday morning and eveningThe at Hebron It resulting In much Rood for the Muter The preach cr Mlas Lucy Lnhnn of London Ifsa Rifted i cakcr filled with the spirit and li leaving nothing undone that can bo done by mortals fur tho saving of iiouU Crowded houses greet her every day showing plainer than words tho power of her preaching and her zeal for God 111HCJbt Mon11rooknow aha will move to her farm near Stanford next month Mrs Grove Cook ties very low at tho home of her daughter VY Steve Kite Mr John Anderson will move his family to Ft Wayne Ind Tho work on the Christian church is progressing nicely and if a few more dollars can be collected will soon be completed Tho building has a beauti ful concrete front a largo door largo tripplo windows and one small one nil Gothic style and trimmed above doors and windows with arches of granite v brick Tho sides and rear of building are of granite brick while nnd the trimmings are of gray brick The ceiling Is oval 1C l ft high Over the front of building is a beautiful circle of- white granite with the year 190G around- it Inside of circle will bo a mirror Too much cannot be said In praise oft our architect and builder J D Steen burgen who drafted planned and built tho church Much praise is also duoto tho efforts of Dr Edmiston nnd J B Willis who have nsslsted in tho work and taken tho lead in having the church built NOVEMBER Tho dark and gloomy days have come Tho clouds are hanging low Tho chilly blasts of nutumn Through my whiskers sadly blow For this deary month November Jogsmy mind and I remember J That l soaked my overcoat In the spring time long ago My coal box now is empty And tho snow is hero on time I bought this suit of clothes lwear In the good old summer time I So farewell to Old Kentucky To the Sunny South Ill go If I can find an empty boxcar That will drop mo on her shoro Sells Moro of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than of All Others Put Together Mr Tho George a merchant nt Mt Klgln Ontario says I have had tho local agency for Chamberlains Cough Remedy ever since It was introduced Into Canudu aril I soil us much of U as I do of all other lines I have on my shelves put together Of the many dozens sold under guarantee VI have not had ono bottle returned I can personally recommend this modi elno ua used It myself and given It to children and always with the best results For sale by Stanford Drug Co t how was the electionday dinner Beat I expr drank CHURCH MATTERS- Thollarrodsburg Methodist church has Increased tho pastors salary 200 a year Ilcv L C Kelley will preach at theI Baptist church Sunday morning and eveningA revival is in progress in the Christian Church at Lexington There word 40 additions to tho church- on last Sunday Revs W It Davidson and Cokely havo closed a twoweeks meeting at Eubanks with about 30 additions to the church 20 of them by baptism oCIchapel in tho South End especially whoIIn Time of Peace hi the fleet numbs of the Russia Japan war we hUll a striking example of the mwsslly for preparation and the early advantage1 of those who so to speak have shingled their roofs In dry weather The virtue of prop oration has made history and given to us our greatest men The ladIvld ual an well as the nation should bo prepared for any emergency fro you prepared to successfully combat the Oral cold you take A cold can be cured much more quickly when treated as soon as it has been contracted and before it has Ixxxmiu settled In tho riyntom Chatiiborlalus Cough Rome dy is famous for Its cure of colds and It should be kept at hand ready for Instant use Fur sale by Stanford Drug Co All kinds of freaks and fads and fan des in politics are represented In tho tickets nominated in New Jersey this year As far as canbo ascertained the political parties may bo enumerated as follows Republican Democrat Independent Social Labor- Independent Labor Municipal Ownership New Idea- Independent Democracy Home Rule Lincoln Republican Roosevelt Republican Independent Republican Peoples Union Single Tax And Thero aro Others CORNS Cutters Corn 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 whose corns nro not promptly removed 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 IIn deciding a suit arising from thode a shipment of threshers until af ter the season for the sale of such ma chinery had passed the Kansas Su Court held that common carriers are charged with a knowledge of seed time and harvest and tho general cus toms thereto in the territory in which they do business r Tho sewerage bond issue of 30000 was defeated at Richmond Interesting Letter From T J North To lIla Mother ODESSA TEXAS Dear Mother I nm enjoying my trip to tho far Southwest I have time to tell you of a few of my experiences and what I have seen I loft Seymour early Tuesday morn- Ing and arrived in Dallas late that af ternoon Dallas is the New York of the South a bustling wealthy city where prosperity is out of sight Here I took tho Texas Pacific and after nn 18 hour run arrived at Midland a town onethird larger than Stanford Being pleased with the looks of tho land around it I spent a day driving through the country Eight or 10 miles from town thero Is fino land as level as a floor that car bo bought at 10 per acre I went over as many as 20 sec tions a broncho can easily travel CO or CO miles a day and with a posthole digger made an examination at several places as to the depth and quality of the soil Tho land it easily worth 30 for this is a great fruit corn cotton anti truck country Tho soil is a dark loam and very fertile Plenty of rain I listed this land for sale and I expect to be able to sell it within 30 days I am going to advertise In the I J and if I can get several to como and look at it I will meet them In Dallas Enough of this Front Midland I went to Pecos a town of 1000 people Alkali covers the ground like frost I walked down to the Pecos river and took a sip of tho water It is very salty Blue tinted mountains are to be seen southeast of Pecos I remarked to a man that I would spend the afternoon driving over to the mountains and back Ho laugh ed and when asked him to explain re plied That will be a 100 mile drive Truly this is a country of magnificent distancesAt I hired a man to drive meI to Alpine 90 miles away We made the drive in 18 hours Wo had two guns along Saw several antelope I got to put in several shots at them Par tridge were to plentiful that we passed them by as if they were sparrows During the day I am sure wo passed at least 100 conies As I sat around our campfiro at noon and night making coffee my mind wandered back to boyhood days when Leather Stocking was a hero in my mind Truly memories of the past flooded my wandering mind and I ex perienced for the first time tho feeling that comes to a person when they are far away from civilization Tho chirp of the cricket almost made mo feel lonesome tho birds overhead seemed to bo excited and wished we had not dis turbed their solitude The silence at times was oppressive but I enjoyed it To understand my feelings nnd to see my surroundings you will have to draw upon your imagination At Alpine I climbed a high mountain and got a good view of old Mexico I have no desire to live nt Alpine for it is tob mountainous and Mexicans are too numerousAs not care to drive back to Pecos I took tho train and hero I am at Odessa I leave hero in the morning and will arrive at Seymour lato that night My next trip will bo to Califor nla But for the present I am not hun gry for any more travels Your son T J NORTH A Year of Blood The year 1003 will long bo remem bered in the homo of F N Tnukot of Alliance Ky as a year of blood which lowed so copiously front Mr Taokets lungs that death seemed very near Ho writes Severe bleeding from tho lungs and a frightfulcough had brought mo at deaths door when I began taking Dr lungs Now Dis covert for Consumption with tho as tonishing result that after taking fou bottles I was completely restored nnd as time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds nt Pennys Dru Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 50o and 81 Trial bottlo free In the circuit court tho petit jury to servo for two weeks beginning Nov 12 was drawn from tho jury wheel Among tho names drawn was that of N B Hays the attorney general and candidate for governor Gen flays name was taken from the list of prop erty owners In the assessors office Although ho is a resident of Bell county he owns property on Woodland Avenue in this city says a Lexington dispatch S Gov Luke P Blackburn whose rep utation as a physician and philanthro pist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is tho best aper ient known to tho medical profession and will cure moro diseases than any ono remedy 1 havo ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For salo by nil druggists and country stores AvERCoArsoJ IJiD AELQMAN MAIDE 1APILE styleswhichflareTheycome in and try on one of these coats W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KYp NEWS NOTES W 0 Park a prominent citizen of Middlcsboro is dead Louisville voters indorsed the 4000 000 sewer bonds by a big majority- Dr Edwin E Beeman n millionaire chewing gum manufacturer of Cleve land 0 is dead At Owensboro a mulatto attempted to kill himself because of his hatred for Negro associates The Pennsylvania railroad announces that it will increase the wages of a portion of its employes 10 per cent In attempting to play a practical joke on his Negro servant C L Griffin was shot and killed by him at Mobile Ala A reduction in Pullman palace car rates of 20 per cent is demanded by tho railroad commission of Texas and an order was issued for a hearing on Nov 27- President Roosevelt made an order classifying Deputy Collectors of Inter nal Revenue under civil service rules There are about 1100 of these deputies in tho Government service Chris Whltchead a saloon keeper at Newport succeeded in dodging all but one of five bullets fired at him by an unknown assailant and sustained only a flesh wound from the ono he stopped The supremo court of tho United States decided in favor of Kentucky in tho Covmgton and Cincinnati Bridge Company cafe involving the right to collect franchise taxes from the company Conrad Kraut died at Logansport Ind from the effects of injuries re ceived by kicking a bedpost during a nightmare He dreamed that ho was going through the San Francisco disas ter again and became excited although when that fire occurred he escaped any InjuryOfficials of the State prison at Frank fort discovered a plot among the con victs by which several of the most des perate expected to escape One man was missing and was found buried un der tho floor in the sandroom This led to tho discovery of the general plan to take advantage of the fact that new guards aro now on duty President Roosevelt by an action un precedented in the countrys history has dismissed in disgrace an entire bat talion of the 27th infantry from tho army The troops are colored and some of them were concerned in the rioting nt Brownsville Tex some months ago Tho President also directs that Col Pitcher 6f the 27th infantry bo called to account for some remarks he is alleged to have made disparaging to the Negro soldiers Made Happy forLire Great happiness came Into tho home of S C Blair school superintendent at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was restored fromtho dread ful complaint ho names Ho says My little daughter had St Vltus1 treatmentrbut grow steadily worse until as a last resort wo tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say three bottles effected u curegfor nervous bility femalo weaknesses Impover shed blood and malaria Guar anted by Pennys Drug Drug Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 0e- Urey Woodson of the Owcnsboro Messenger says It is not profitable to discuss how it was done the only practical thing now is to set about to elect the nominees of tho Democratic party They may not be all to our liking though most of the ticket is made up of sturdy young Democrats against whom no criticism has been or can justly be brought but tho worst among them would bo infinitely better as a public officer than tho best Repub lican who probably will be pitted against him It Is a year until tho election and much can be forgiven and forgotten in that time Kind Old ManLittle boy havo you learned to love your enemies Little BoyBettrn that Ive lick ed cm all till dey set dey loves me GRAFTING The Emporium at Hustonville will permit you to become A PARTNER in his PROFITS VIZ Three per cent on all Cash Purchases so when Buying be SURE and get your CHECKS for they have n VALUE of 3 per copt notwithstanding tho ad i vuuce on all Comotlities Wo are still selling nt the Old Prices Clothing Our stock is large and complete Material patterns and style can not be surpassed 10 per cent off on Clothing including Overcoats and Suits only Our reason FJI doing this nt the beginning of tho seasonis we find we are overstocked for this market so our mistake is your GAIN ShoesOur reputation is wellknown in this line for handling and selling good 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 pcr cent lower than any city Give you the alviut ge of the latest Parisian styles Wo searched the market und give you the benefit Como and bo convinced- In every department our stock is full nnd complete in Ladies and Chil Inns Cloaks Dry Good Dress Goods Underwear and Notions Everything for Fall nod Winter Wear We can do you good Come nnd see us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Ky Heinz New Apple 14 Butter Try It W H HIGGlNS Stanford Kentucky r J IA Large Consumer of r Coal will find it is to his interest to consult us before buying Wo have the most complete lino of Coal ever carried in Lincoln county It is nicely screened burns well and will please you Why Not Try a SampleLoad srss WBEBDENHAM Say dont you think this Shower Bath would be fine on a hot Summer day I would like to give you fig ures on a bath room complete Hot and cold water put in your country home at 100 to 500 Satisfaction guaranteed SH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky TinDer and Plumber r fy The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH II acnndldnto for Uepronentntlvcof Lincoln county subject to thu o Uvuio ratlc party I J T ROBERTS Is cnmlldnte for MnRl trnte In the Ornb Orchnnl Mnglstvrlnl DUtrtvt subject to tlio action ot thu mrty Domocratlo Ticket Vat Congre HARVEY HELM ot Lincoln rountr UNLESS figures lie Gov J C W Beckham has been nominated for Uni ted States Senator his majority reach ing 5000 or 6000 Fighting njrainst great odds and having such a grand old war horse as his opponent Senator James B McCreary makes his victory the more remarkable Notwithstand ing the crushing majority thu whisky interests of Louisville Covington and other cities were able to hurl against him and the thousands of the foolish who nursed unkind feelings for the governor because the State fair was not held at Lexingtdn and because a pardon had been granted hero and re fused there etc etc he downed all obstacles and defeated the strongest man in the State But to the race II was one tho like of which has never before been seen and let us hope that we will never see just such another Charges and Counter charges were made and vituperation and billingsgate frequently took the place of argument It was not becoming the high office that Senator McCreary and Gov Beckham sought that they should have indulged in such unpleasantrica and the State primary should be a warning for all time to come In the gubernatorial race there was even more bitterness and Judge S W Hager and Attorney General Hays each no doubt feel ashamed of some of the bitter things they said of each other It looks as If Judge Hagers majority will reach 30 000 For Attorney General John K Hendrick defeated Lillard Carter E A Gullion won over M 0 Winfrey for Superintendent of Public Instruction and J W Newman defeated J C Crenshaw for Commissioner of Agri culture TilE startling statement is made that of the 600000006 pounds ofI Mocha and Java coffee blends soldI annually very few packages contain a bean of either kind A Chicago pa pSr shows by statistics that only 2000 000 pounds of Mocha and 10000000 of Java come into the United Sates markets each year From this amount of the actual Mocha and Java a blend of 50 times as large has been made From these figures It is evident that the purveyors of the beverage consumed by a temperance folk in America know a thing or two about the advan tages of expending a product and the value of the false label from a com mercial point of view Coffee drinkers will be interested in seeing the puroI food law perfected and enforced until such frauds cannot be perpetrated If the Brazillian berry is as good as the Java and Mocha berries blended let itI bs sold upon its own merits The consumers in this country deserve the protection of the law against such practices upon the part of merchants SENATOR MCCREARYS friends jn thisI county stuck to him like a brother andt gave him 689 majority The boys tried mighty hard to make it a round 1000 The Senotor has always been popular in Lincoln and hehas never failed to carry the county by a handsome major ity HON HARVEY HELMS majority IsI nearly 3000 the largest ever given a Congressman in this district Pretty good where other democratic Congress men are either lost or get in by the skin of their teeth Hats off to the gallant Sycamore of the St Asaph POLITICAL Beckham carried Casey by 389 Indiana democrats gained three Con pressmen Madison gave Helm 238 majority over carried his home county of Madison by 2200- Congressman Nicholas Longworth is reelected in Ohio Beckham and Hager carried Leslie r county by 94 each Governor Guild is reelected in Mas sachusetts by over 30000 Hearst voted in an undertakerss shop and Hughes in a barber shop The majority of Hughes over Hearst in New York is approximately 52000 Shelby gave Hon Harvey Helm 1 069 majority Spencer 552 and Anderson r 550 Swager Sherley defeated W C Ow ens republican 3293 In the Fifth dis trictThe Texas democratic State ticket was elected by a majority of at least SCOOOO Mercer county gave McCreary 18 majority Helm carried the county by about 100 Hon Harvey Helm carried Boyle by 179 McCreary carried that county 381 and Hager by 236 Gov Beckham carried only one pro tint in this county Waynesburg No1 gave him 16 majority 1Garrard gave McCreary 856 Deck ham 493 linger 558 Mays 471 Helm 1137 Bethurum1188- Solid Democratic congressional dele gations have been elected in Georgia Arkansas and Mississippi Gov John A Johnson Democrat has been reelected Governor of Minnesota by at least 40000 plurality Gov J 0 Davidson and the Republican State ticket is elected by an estimated plurality of 40000 in Wiscpnsin Hughes republican carried New York by about 60000 The Democrat ic State ticket won with that except tionAll Democratic Congressmen in Tex as were elected by good majorities nni the Legislature is almost solidly Demo cratic The cntr t Republican State ticket has been elected in Wyoming and the Legislature will be overwhelmingly Republican A gain of one Congressman by the Democrats is tho only change in the political complexion of Wisconsin over two years ago The Democrats have carried Mis souri by a plurality upward of 7000I electing the entire State ticket and 12 out of 16 Congressmen West Virginia elects a solid Republi can Congressional delegation and a Republican Legislature which insures the reelection of Senator Elkins Edward S Stuart Republican has been elected Governor of Pennsylvania over Lewis Emery Jr Fusionist by a majority approximating 100000- J Will Clay was nominated for Representative in Montgomery county ov er Henry L Jones by 445 majority Clay is the present Representative Returns from Rockcastle county give total majorities as follow For gov ernor linger 18 for Senator McCrea ry 58 for Congress Bethurum 245 Whether Governor Beckham loses or wins it must be admitted that ho put up a splended fight Ho was up against a hard proposition Danville Advocate Complete returns from 50 Ohio coun ties and close estimates from the remaining 38 counties give Thompson Republican for Secretary of State a plurality of 4i783- The Iowa Democratic Committee con cedes the election of Gov Cummins Republican by 50000 The Democrats elect two Congressmen The Legislature is Republican Illinois went Republican by over 100 000 the vote for Smulki State treas urer footing about 120000 Chicago gave the Republican State ticket a plurality of over 50000 The Democrats have given up all hope in the Ninth Congressional district and concede the election of Congress man Bennett over the former Congress men Kehoe by a majority of from 1000 to1500The in Oklahoma was a dis appointment to the Republicans Democrats will be largely in control of the Constitutional convention The Indians as a general rule voted the Democratic ticket Just prior to a speech on prosperity by Vice President Fairbanks at Vin cennes Ind a reduction in wages af fecting 100 employes of the Central Foundry was announced The men refused to work under the new scale A few minutes before midnight Mayor McClellan sent the following tele ram to Charles E Hughes Accept congratulations of one who believ- Ing in democracy believes also its highest interests are served by your election IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Thomas West one of the oldest residents of Junction City is dead The Q C Route has complimented the City of Danville by naming one of its brand new and handsomely appointed dining cars the Danville Major Brackett of the United States service who ie connected with the Chief Architects office of the government arrived in Danville this morning and spent the afternoon looking over the sites that have been offered to the government for public building Dan ville Advocate Five Negroes held up John Freeman white of Pleasant View Whitley county robbed him of 22 cents hisI knife and tobacco The Negroes then fell out over the division of the spoils and the throat of one was cut The wound may be fatal Three Negroes alleged to have been implicated are under arrest A special from Harrodsburg saysI The ballots and ballot boxes for a precinct in Mercer county were stolen shortly before midnight Monday A man named McCabe had them in charge and was taking them from the office to the polling place He at a saloon and when he was stoppedI start again on his way found box and ballots had disappeared Great excitement followed and searching parties were sent in every direction Colonel Jack Chinn immediately took steps to secure anoter supply of ballots and the printing presses of the Herald were started shortly after midnight t IAdditional Local Stanford Graded and High School Grade i George Brock Hugh Reid Foster Leo Mershon Clarence Singleton Claiborne Walton Rachel Hill Mlnnio Hanltn Bessie Miller Nancy McKinney Annie R Powell Pearl Young Grade 2 Morris Bruce Alcne Boone Patience Calmest1 Clinton Coleman Joel Em bry MatseyGrimes Nellie HilKatlLand Lcttio McKinney Lewis Omer Ethel Powell Ella Rig ney Sara Wood Grade 3Smmio Da vis Everett Brock Lennie Kidd Frances Brackett Bessie Pendleton Anne Lee Perrin Grade 4Etlel Brackett Fred Brackett Josephine Carpenter Mary Shepherd Cook Annie Gray Ewalt Givens Anna D McRobcrts Mary Moore Raney Mamie Singleton Verner Rout Kato Lynn Wood Ger 5CarrleItry Matthew Fcnzel Mary Gray Ma rion Grimes William Grimes Lillie Perrin Lena Traylor Mannie Mobley Grade 6 James Cooper Arnold Fore man Anna L Gentry Harris Hardin Catherine Kennedy Virginia Mahony Elizabeth McKinney Lillian Mueller Lucy Leo Walton Marietta Wallace Grade 7 Morrison Bright Harris Cole man Joseph Hopper Will McCarty J T Wilkinson John Waters Katie An derson Grace Brady Lottie Carson Lorrain Campbell Kato Ends Elizabeth Estes Maggie Huffman Maggie Jones Annie Milburn Willie Moore MaggioStaggAnna Warren Grade 8 Sallio Ellen Lillie Mollie GoldstelntEads Moore Sallie Grady Tucker Junior John Downer Senior Robert Waters Hays Foster George D Hopper Agency Secured Wo have secured the agency for the Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup the new laxative that makes tho liver lively purifies the breath cures bead ache and regulates the digestive organs Cures chronic constipation Ask us about It Pennys Drug Store You were pretty prominent at the eveningYesj my oats Some people were unkind enough to say it was ry- ePneumonla Follows a Cold but never follows the use of Foloya Honey and Tar It stops tho cough heals and strengthens the lungs and affords perfect security from an attack of pneumonia Refuse substi tutee Pennys Drug Store During a display of winter hats a certain in her window the placardIf becoming to you you must be coming to me Tho cheap Imitations of Foleys Honey and Tar cost you the same as the genuine in tho yellow package Why then risk your health perhaps your life taking thorn when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure your cold and prevent serious results It Is guaranteed Pennys Drug Store COOKS GUARANTEE CURE lions painbtootl iptivln cupped hock lump lnwepllntepringed tvndoiit twniiy tlmroiigliplii vnrU unit poll uvll JOHNCOOKHtmiforilKy 55ACRE FARM FOR RENT The Itlclrnnl Collier arm of R5 IUTKS on IllirtTliumna Collier Hmuersvt RIll A PUBLIC SALE With the legal iiKrvvmont of the hvlr or Amtimln fnrlfr vntuto wo will on HATUn UAY NOV 2 sell ono house uiiil lot In MlllidKinlllc Lincoln round IImi i c mtiiln U room lot onuncru uiiil Hwvrr fill nit woll iiii lot TVrun inmhi known un day of uil Hale iHuliiii tit In oclock John FTnrlerwn ITnrterIt I tr Hiirnli trounce Kvit j FrTrelh Itut iiy Itiirlinn Jnmc lIurjl Illlvy lIurl helm PUBLIC SALE I IThe two tmcU of Inntl ownml hy the Into John N Iou itimtttl on rnili Orchnnl pike In Lincoln COIIIII one ot 8 ncrii atom mlK from mniiforil ono of d Urnli Orchnnl llllonrnQsursaleat tublle auction In mint ut tbo conrttiouw In Htnnfonl Ky MON HAY NOV county Yt1 sens nt IlonttnnulrH6idMlfloicopu r Creek In HockixiKtlu u olTvrvil fur tiilo prl ntul1T 1ntwctfieIntrchuMn utny apply W K AHSOLH KlcmtngMmrg Ky Collectors Sale for Taxis Due Crab Orchard Graded School District On HATtWHAY IUOIIlIr1 hetween thu hours of uiul3 riiIn front of the Unik InOrnli Orchard Ky will Mill lit hlddcrthcprolsvtcdue for the year Ittw In nddltlon to the amount or tax n nutUcleut nnumnt must lit ivnllied from the snips to u of 6 Jwr- cent and the curt of tulvcrlUiiiicnti J Othtrttenterabout U Kith furtn JS It fund 3 W t II YohySiaere 3 m- A M IllnttTUncivi Iai- lVtu1 Payne liincrvn o- fMrlira Mln tSllnrrv IIIIto J Whlto u ncre I Mr Kate IVIttu tows lot IIJ JW Moore Ancrvs 31IL nnI lu ucrvi t The followlnu U n further list of ilellmi uentnwhoim pvrMinul pro rty will sol- datthOtuutIsilo nnd dnaosthealwsemd- will l o tMirtlculnrly iiei crllHil In thUc4iU unin inunyn prior to thodnto of stint Joel Adtnu It m John linker m- Illll linker in- K K llntililtt V f llohblttAdmr sm- IH llunlctt III JohncnrH nter J li Coma 111 M M Cornier I I- JIIIJcIOIC Oliirence wad TK Wrny Muck You I HI tt1rouwhornIin T J Hilton Wm Cone dl John Khun t in dare Foley in- Kurrwl Kolty in dharle Hnrrli 1I1I IfRhinJiimm llenlejr IU Walter Henley I H- IInrlnnd Jnnie II- In II Kerr H- Illettl Kins H- iHHLo nn HI ulk HI JO Stngru HI Ham 31n eu I H- IThomn ilnnnel Jr H- Illeorpn iirrUh I W Win Iurrlili HI John Payne HI Jim IhiiMinti H- It llttui I H- IHlnimHevernnce Dnvld Htnvt John Vernon HI leorRn Vnnhook llnfu Wlllinrn H- IJnmei Wllliurn JKOIIOK W nilONAITnit Treniurer nml Collector for Crab Orchard Clrudcd Hcliool DUtrlct Gut YoUr Feed Grind Your Corn Pump Water Saw Wood USE TilE HArAN GASOLINE ENGINE They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 TO 50 HORSEPOWER Hagan Gas Engine Co Winchester Ky The Bride Will Rejoice At the presents she receives no matter what they may be or where they came from But if you wish to bo sure that your oflerhig will receive the admiring attention of everybody get it nt a jewelry store Then you are SUKE to be right You CANT go wrong by giving jew CANT go wrong if you get it here IEverything we show you would do credit to your judgment and good taste you at n dollar or so or us high as you care to go in figuresAlways trust to us to have the right goods E H MURRAY The Jeweler Danville r M r UMDERERR The time to buy underwear has come arid we feel we are just a Litre Better Prepared It furnish you what you want than anyone J else We have some garments no one else can furnishIRoya Plush- A JI silk lined garment tlionniglity slirjiuk fine warm and beyond ques tion toe most ileiuunt underwear made in two colors sizes ill to W 8150 n garment Coopers Ribbed A nice medium weight soft find finished garment WITHOUT FI4EECINGnil sizes in suits or Mtiglo jiiccca 81 per garment Union Suits Mens Union Suite Cotton Ribbed 100 Wool Mcecetl 2 Boys Union Suit nny tile 4 to M yearn at 50 ccnti Wrights Health Cotton Fleeced comfortable popular garment Boys Underwear Wright H J McROBBRTSI I STANFORD KENTUCKY HAIR BRUSHES I GOOD Hair Brush something that family can along without We have every kind but POOR ONEAt each PENNYS DRUG STORE Kentucky the Lincoln County national Bank Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 = OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT O WALKER ASSISTANT 4 J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C GENERAL BOOKKEEPER M J ROCHESTER DIRECTORS J B II Stanford 0 W W II rrcachersrllle L 0 Waynetbur U OtlMru U L W O WALXKK Stanford J D Stanford W n Stanford J n andJ1l1l1kenIIII ofourFirst National BankStanford Capital Stock fSOOOOi This Intitutfon orlglnallr established at lepo It of Stanford In then reorganised ai National Stanford In and again reorganlted ai National of Stanford 1683 haying had practically an rupted 45 ii b6tter- npplled now with facilities transact aslness promptly and than ever before In Its honorable Iccouats ef Indlylduflli Flduclarlii ud Ctr pirttliis Sellcltid n Heavy warm wool tleeccd tho very thing thoo who find it hnhl to keep warm Any size to 50 Shirt or drawers 8l per gar ment Warm nnd dnrahlc A several hndo OOLto j8nt OOo Uliio or Grey Itihhed Shirts or Dniwcrc nt llceccd nicer heavier nnd SOl per garment is no get a to 2 N N1 Stanford Of W CASHIER BAILEY W BRIGHT CASHIER W CLERK OWRLRY Stanford BIUNK OAKTxn TurnenvllU CUMMINS Ooocii W THAYLOII Creek tluiiDri Lancaster FOSTER HIMUKS PASTOR Stanford We Kr the Bank 1151 the Bank of 115 the Pint Baik la fainter exlitence for It for InK well long career for from JJ in 25c warmer nt A Officers J I HOOKER Press 1Jttort r ReId Dinrllle T Harris Stanford J Docker BantordIK L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore S II Banrbman Stanford T P Stanford Jas Robinson Hnbbls rOJ0 1 Tate Stanford If You Are Not A frequent visitor to Our tore you linvo uo idea of tho volume or quality ol our stock We arc showing as fino n lino of Ladies Fino Coats as you will ECO nuy wUcra in this section You should sec our Suits Skirts and Waist Nono but the newest lull best I STANFORD KY Nov 0 1900 LWE have just received a big supply of Comic and Leather Post Cards Pen nys Drug Store LET us order some engraved calling cards everything In thu latest styles Pennys Drug Store PERSONALSt Mna STEELS BAILEY continues quite III bin U FRANK ROUT Is threatened with pneumonia Miss MAUV MODLKY Is clerking for Goorjjo H Farris DEXTER BALLOU came over from Lexington to vote W W WADE camo down from Cor bin to vole fur Beckham I Mn J It MOUNT of Lancaster was a caller at this office yesterday Mn AND MRS H U CAMNITZ of Hustonvillc were here with friends MR E B DENIIAM went up U Wllliamsburg Wednesday to buy coaL Miss JOSEPHINE HAYDEN of Paris is with her grandmother and other rah atives hero MR 1 G HUliULU returned Wednesday from Hot Springs greatly Im proved in health WILL young son of D M Anderson of the Prcachcrsvlllo section is very ill with appendicitis MRS W M BOCIB of Ovvcnsboro has returned homo after a visit to het parents at Lancaster JUDGE W M MYERS of Hustonville took Tuesdays train for the mountains to look after his timber Interests MISSES UETTIE DEDORD of Crab Orchard and Buelah Carson of this place were callers at this office yester dayMiss NANNIE WOODS ENGLEMAN was stung on tho arm by a wasp and fa suffering much pain and Inconvenience by ItT J GOOCII of Lincoln county visited his daughter Mrs E MPet bus Saturday and Sunday Somerset s Journal MISSES SUSAN F WOODS and ElizaJ both Alton of Mlllcrsburg leave this afternoon for Memphis Tenn on an extended visit MRS P P NUNNELLY of Stanford is visiting her brother Rev A J Tribblo and other relatives heroRich mond Register MRS KNAPP and Mrs Shaw ol Car- lisle have returned home after paying their mother Mrs W A Fowlc a via it of two weeks t MRS V n MORSE and son Judge Val Morse of Hustonville went up to Corbin Tuesday to visit Mr and Mrs J Roy B Rose t MK J L ANDERSON and family of l the East End left yesterday to locate at Valparaiso Ind much to tho regret of their friends and neighbors MR M D HUOIIES of Lancaster who did good work for lion Harvey Helm was hero yesterday Ho helped the boys cut tho repnblica n majority down to only 29 Three for the gallant Garrard county democracy LOCALS t THIS Is Ideal Fall weather WANTED Several bushels of green tomatoes at this officeor FOR heating stoves go to George II Farris Hes jjot cm W L MCCARTY sold to J B Man ning a farm of 115 acres West of Kings Mountain for 1000 WANTED to sell a 200pound Poland China sow splendidly bred and must go quickly This otltce r LOST between the Baptist church and my home pair of gold frame glasses Reward Mrs T D Newland COALWe have four cars of good coal on our track this morning Send wagons while the roads are good 1yourwhile you can get coal J H Baughman Co oJJAMES I WRIT has been appointed I of the Agra Investment Co of Agra 0 T Any ono desiring information concerning Oklahoma lands or town lots of any kind will do well to consult him SETTLED IN FULLROV R B Ma hony returned from Somerset Wednes day where he settled In full with tho Newton Bros who carried 5000 In the German Freeport Ins Co Mr Mahony also settled in full with John Robins of Mrodhead who lost his store by fire n few weeks ago l FoR RENTMy goon Portman Avenue J C McClary GET your gun tlxcd Burkes 237 Main Street Danville Ky FOR SALE1G stands of bees wIth honey Mrs Mary Wallace Stanford DIAMONDS Inrings In brooches L studs In cuff buttons etc nt Mu diets WANTED A boy to learn barber trade Address Morris Wall Kings ville Ky- WANTEDTo buy tawshares of First National Bank stock Apply at this office FOR SALE 5000 ginseng seed at tf per 100 Also 400 ginseng plants A P Brackctt Stanford a THE Q willrun H 125 round- trip cxcurson to Cincinnati from Junction City and Daville Sunday for wanted between 18 and 20 years white ant industrious Good salary Bastin Telephone Co Lancaster LOST felt rug between Stanford and Jarvis store on Sorrierset pike Thursday Reward if left at this office CAtA on or address SImWilson Yosemite for n good work hand former blacksmith Will break horses of any kind I ALL hemp growers of Lincoln county are earnestly requested to meet at the court house at 2 oclock Monday Nov 12 190C FOUND ladys black pocket book con taining small amount of money and somo papers Owner can caUat this office and get it by paying for this notice DISTINCTION WON BY TIIBCONTINEN TAL INSURANCE CoThe Continental was the first company to pay a loss in the San Francisco conflagration The Continental was the first company to finish paying Its San Francisco losses It has paid 2402700 and paid in full dollar for dollar without any discount and it still has assets In excess of 17 000000 It docs not charge any more for its policies than other good compa nies Why not buy the best 1 It makes specialty of farm business Talk with R B Mahony the insurance man Stanford Ky MILT ESTES KILLED DY JAMES KEN NEOYAt about noon at Crab Orchard Tuesday Milt Eates a merchant and butcher of that place and James H Kennedy of Prcachcrsville engaged in a pistol duel in which Fetes was fatally wounded dying a sew hours later Wo are told that the two had been at outs for some time and that trouble was not unexpected Kennedy and a friend had gone Into an alloy between Fates store and an adjoining building when Fates saw them and ordered Mr Kennedy off of the premises we are told Tho lat ter told Estes that ho did not know ho was on his premises and it is said apologized to Fates for being there The shooting begun at that juncture Kennedy claiming Estes shot at him twice before ho fired at all Estes fell during the firing and shot once or twice from tho ground From what we can gather nine shots were fired Fates pis tol showing only three empty chambers and Kennedys six shooter being en tirely empty when he gave it to Mar shal Riddle Kennedy was not wound ed Three bullets struck Fates tho fa talone entering his mouth knocking out his teeth breaking the jaw bono and lodging in the back of his head Ills suffering was intense until death came to his relief Mr Estea made the following statement just before his soul entered the great beyond lor dered him meaning Kennedy off of my premises and he stepped out on the pavement and said I am here He fired first There are conflicting reports as to which fired first and it will probably not be definitely known until Mr Ken nedys trial After giving himself up to Marshal Riddle that officer and Dep uty Sheriff E 0 Gooch brought Mr Kennedy to this place on the 217 train and he Is now in jail The grand jury will very probably Indict him this term and there may be no examining trial Doth Kennedy and Estes are married men the former having one childand tho latter six Estes was buried at Lancaster yesterday Harve Foley was slightly wounded t ram n Acquaintance Begets Either Confidence or Mistrust i ael r Wo feel the sentiment above expressed and wo are anxious for those who are not already customers of this etore to put us to the test by giving us n trial We believe our long experience in buying goods is worth something t to you Como in and lets get acquainted in a business way SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY IrepairMrs READ Moore OfTutts ad in this pa per for particulars of a free trip to Cor bin i HEMP will be the name of the tower station on Paxtons grade It will be a month or so before the extra tracks will be completed and the tower built however TilE personal effects of Mrs Sarah H Cooley will be told at her late home on Darst Street Stanford Ky at 2 P M next Saturday Nov 10 J C Me Clary admr I WILL sell at public sale at 1 oclock next Monday county court day ono pair of good work mules and ono good work or harness mare J P Chand ler auctioneerrCIRCUIT COURT Buena Vista Comp ton who has already served two sen tences in the penitentiary was given a life sentence Wednesday having been proven guilty of housebreaking Itwaa shown that he broke into Martin Rus sells house at Milledgevillo and appropriated a lot of copper etc which he sold Compton has been In jail here a year or more awaiting his trial Ho was arrested in Cincinnati where he was working in a planing mill James- Florence not our clever postmaster was fined 75 for firing at random Frank Masonhelmer was given a 50 fine for gaming chargIedWednesday afternoon when an effort was made to secure a jury It was soon seen that It would be next to impossi ble to secure ono in Lincoln and the sheriff was ordered to secure 50 men from Garrard from which the follow ing jury was chosen J W Royston Charles Burdette John Simpson J II Arnold J W Bourne B W Hughes Mark Comes Dan Burdett L G Da vidson J W Sweeney TD Walker Ike Arnold The casd will likely con sume a week Judge M C Saufley and lion Robert Harding of Danville are representing tho defense while lions Harvey Helm and J S Owsley Jr are assisting Commonwealths At torney Charles Hardin and County At torney W S Burch THE election was the quietest in tho recollection of the oldest inhabitant The general election and the primary it was thought would bring em from the salt works but it didnt The vote all oyer the county was small only a twothird vote being polled but enough stamped under the rooster in good old Lincoln to make lion Harvey Helms majority 278pretty good for an off year There was no trouble save at Crab Orchard and the election had noth ing whatever to with that At Stanford there waa very little pulling and hauling and nobody got excited Far mers were busy and immediately after indulging in the right of suffrage they went back to home and work The col ored brother hung around all day but nobody wanted to do business and after the polls closed he wended his way home That the election passed off quietly none who were in Stanford Tuesday will gainsay The vote in the Congressional race in this county was Helm Bthurm Stanford No1 147 97 Stanford No 2 157 128 Stanford No3 140 107 Stanford No4 89 39 Hustonville No1 132 61 Hustonville No 2 104 103 Hustonvillo No3 111 111 Crab Orchard No1 115 151 Crab Orchard No2 157 83 Waynesburg No1 83 45 Waynesburg No2 67 72 Waynesburg No 3 72 84 Total 1361 1086 Majority 278 The following Is the vote in Lincoln county primary For governor N B Hays 342 S W Hager 995 For attorney general J K Hen irick 230 L H Carter 698 For Supt Public Instruction E A Gulllon 330 M 0 Winfrey 759 For Comr Agriculture R E Cren shaw 245 J W Newman 646 For Senator J C W Beckham 386 J B McCreary 1075 The proposition to build a new courthouse was lost in the shuffle to Lincoln countys shame be it said It looks like if we ever get a new court house it will have to be built by private subscription t WANTED Gentleman or lady with good reference to travel by rail or with sal1aryed Address with stamp Jos A Alex ander Stanford Ky ON the face of thereturns from all of the 20CO districts in the State save 140 Gov Beckham defeated Senator McCreary 6732 Magoffin Wolfe and Floyd all in the 10th district have not been heard from at all Gov Beckham carried the 10th He also carried the 1st 3rd 4th 9th and 11th districts Senator McCreary has not yet conceded Gov Beckhams nomination but will very likely do so after the official count is made today Cut anytake1ttothe Stan lord Drug Co and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For biliousness and consti pation they are unequaled They im prove the a petite strengthen tho di gestion and regulate the liver ami bowels Thomas Cobb of Nicholasville was killed by falling from a moving car in Lexington PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clwirf inj bMutlfkt thl bolt lrmiMtr Ittinrtect frovth- Nerrr Ella ta fintore C1lorcmjnru lta i Uruirbu FOR SALE I llenutlftil nptodnte llttlo home are rooms newI peperrtlltndolntortunlargalotAlfO- uthouses In good condition stable with water and convenient to nil churches W II McltoiiKKTM Htanford Look Out for Bargains Como mid get your money worth and best price for produce cnitrel soap it cakes for b cents Hodn cents Mens nndltoysMulti nt cut s Mens Womens nod Children HntiUrn D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky YEW LIVERY STABLE BTOSBftCLABSSOHrrcn UNCTION CITY KVi- rttCUit Turnout at Rruonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Nay For Bain PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to go to jAjiiUvlllo we will on HATUIUUV NOV 1W sell out our entire livery bui liicsicon lstln of In head of horses III Rood worker and drivers oleo several Rood buggies almost new rubber und steel tired Lnew one horsa wagon seven sets of good harneis set of good double harness I good surrey spring wagon several heavy rugs whips and dus tare some good hay thelled Oats mid corn new set wheel A grade set 0 blacksmith tools Hale will begin at LAN1I It 11UOHANAX Stanford Ky JkMxit Street Ikoones Old Htnud J I OIlIlIlIIlrflIct A Free Trip to Corbin Nov 20thand 2Jst To Attend Moore Offutts Auction Sale of Real Estate in Lynn Camp Park And other parts of the city Hesldenco and ImsliiesM property Improved and unimprov ed llallnmd faro refunded to purchasers within mile from Oorbtn Term of unto In Lynn Camp Park Onefourth rush bill unco In II and rl months with 0 per cent Intercut on deferred payments Three Lots Given Away on Day of Sale Term reasonable on other property Write for iMirtlculars Moore A Ollutt Corbln Ky or AT Korsythe Auct 1arU Ky PUBLIC SALE oF Jacks and Jennets TUESDAY NOV 20 06 At my place life titles Houth of Danville In the Blielhy City nelghlwrliood I will offer nt public auction my entire holding of JIICK Htock confuting of 32 Jacks and 34 Jennets Also 10 choice mules and about the same number of buries at the snmo tlmo timid place Among tho horse to beuaeledistha iiundBonm young gaddlu Hold Dust und soma excellent brood inures 1oor health compel to quit the bust noss which 1 have teem constantly engaged III for the pant JOycar It is not boattiui to say that during such I lung serial I here acquired a standard ot stock which will prow protltitblu as an Investment for nny buyer Slule were never known to bo I0 high Huyn Jack and engage In the lending brunch of stock raising Male will begin at k Dinner will bo served I HTKVIS Hucluy City Ky CnptT II KnglUb AUCl We Dont Care to Do brngadocia advertising such as We bought em all II We bought cheaper than allyono But we do say our priers are aol low nn any hours la this country and that should be cheap enough for any one and we very often pick up n good thing at less than value Thats Why wo often make such low prices on desirable merchandise IllS Worth o Good Deal to us to I nave You know that this store is headquarters for the best in things for men to wear but its worth just as much to you to have the knowledge One good evidence of the fact is that we sell Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes With The market full of cheap mercerized cotton clothes with most makers of clothing dodg ing the question of allwool or cotton mixed fabrics you qertainly ought to be glad to know of one place where you can get clothesquality you can depend on Its worth something to you to know that Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes are absolutely allwool and above any cotton suspicion and to know that this store is the place for them We can fit you perfectly in suits and overcoats the label is a guaranty of satisfaction CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY BELTS AND- BELTINGa We have just received a new line of Belts in Leather Silk and Beaded Styles at prices from 25c to 200 each Also a line of Plaid Beltings in the very newest designs at 25c per yard See our windows for same We 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 colors Every pair guar anteed L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY L The Interior Journal Jbtercd in the PotlOffict alSlanford at Ncsawd cl4l maUlT- 2DJUt8HBD TtJEYDAY8 IoND r1uDATN AT sI00 PER yeAR CASH I17Whn sot so paid HOO will be charged PARKERS HAIR Clnaw lPd be ut flea the bola l ramiin hnurUnt cnI1h I NitTcr to Restore On- rtatr y to JrrurJr got- orcuzIp a llmr ihu la FOR SALE t firm of nbout Oncreslyndle5Norlh- of Hiutonllle on Danville p1ke Fwnterndmottof It In qroes m acres renilv to aell nt once Will jill Karn TM hay crop with Plnco If tnVcii In text bt dnystorvlnnd Ky For Sale Privately bouse and I acres of land situated jail outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser Tanta room good collar atable and all jsecrsary outbuildings Water hydrant In She yardand one for J P DAiLfiY- A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over MclloberU Drug Storo in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately liayln1 determined to Quit fnrmlnR1 will ncrvs nenr 5wflnndonthelHUnllrpiulO Mlles trout wellDanvllle7 utnaledon pike Crop conll t of corn htly- vndontaetoek lennete horwoi and land mares Will wall at n bargain U Il1ndI buyer In the next or 40 days Ili KIXQ Slorelond Ky INSURANCE Ntorm Life and Aeldent8NoneTut the HTKONOKST and BKIiITOOInpane Itt prelented Loell 101 Bible Rates PayIng neo tvelVceuallea Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone Jfo 82I BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce OarterI livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY pedal attention to Commercial Men Your Ii solicited Honei handled on commission teck Pane In Connectlona Two Farms For Sale J wish to sail my farm of 170 taeres5 uillea West of Lancaster on the Lexs Ion of waterand timber Well fenced repairAlao of 100 acres king midway between and Lear mgton pikes lood outlet each ny Well jHteed Ternii reasoniible T HKKRINO arkshury K- yLAND FOR SALE 1 of flno farming- landsttunfedon0ttdlegrout Lancaster on Lexington llkonhout acrei In town Mm its About laamain cultlvntlun rut In raY All under goal fencennd hits 1Ilt00- 0lyernoverfnllng water haute U Mood and has nil ixcccuary outbuildings plon IIVll for Melling purpooes this Publenddwelultlq first of Tltis ferns should lie Men to appnclated Mince tilt art council enforcing the lands in the vicinity of Lancaster has Advanced rap Idlyln prlr niid goad Is In 1IftlIt- delDnud W U loss mlmlnlsirator It JI lfee Ljincmter Ky e 1tCeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HnrnesaSaddlery tc t STANFORD a KENTUCKY office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm m Also Dealers in Fur ailure MattingsKugs They Trill exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give nem a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY r FARMERS DEPARTMENT The Athcison Kits Live Stock Cos mills were destroyed by fire The is 75000 lossI John Jones of Georgetown bought Geo C Graddy of Woodford 21 steers averaging 1200 lbs attic At HarrodsburR Russell S Walter bought 2G 1371 pound cattle from Bruce Towmcy Saturday at 4c J Fox Duddcrar bought of J Atkins his place of 30 acres adjoining Mr Dudderars farm for 1000 cash FOR SALKA nice team of work mules also good Berkshire boar weight 150 pounds J Nevin Carter Turners ville ESTRA YED Ono light red steer weigh about 800 pounds on Oct 25 Information rewarded W II Murphy Stanford Arthur and Walter Harkleroad sold D C Edwards two pair of work mules for 675London Local At J L Andersons sale In the East End horses brought 30 to 70 cows 15 to to 25 calves 7 to 10 House hold and kitchen furniture sold well FOR SALEf0 long yearling steers weigh 750 to 900 pounds 32 feeders and sloppers weigh 800 to 1250pounds See them at Adam Carpenters M J Hoffman Moreland Ky 0I Cured of htsDisease Mr Hobert O Burke Elnora N Y writes Before I started to use Foleys Kidney Cure I had to get up from 12 to times a night and I was all bloated up with dropsy and my eyesight was so Impaired 1 could scarcely see one of my family across tho room I had given up all hope of living when a friend recommended Fo boys Kidney Cure Ono 50 cent bottle worked wonders and before I had ta ken the third bottle the dropsy had gone us well as all other symptoms Brights disease II Pennys Drug y Store Democratic Congressmanelect Judge George K Favrot shot and instantly killed his lifelong associate and former schoolmate Dr IL H Aldrich one of bestknown citizens of Baton Rouge La Hundreds of persons were near the scene of the shooting but none knew what passed between the two menIA Parisian tobacconist summoned for not possessing a certificate estab lishing his right to call himself a veyor of cigarettes to her majestyI Queen Margherita of Italy has prov ed says a Paris correspondent that heI regularly supplies her majesty with cig arettes He also declares that the Em press of Russia is a devotee of smoking and frequently receives consignments of perfumed cigarettes from London The Queen of Roumania he says is al so a great smoker while Queen Maria Christiana of Spain and Queen Ame lia of Portugal are confirmed victims of the habit- James M Richardson was defeated in tho Third by Dr A D James republican J B Bennett republican won over J N Kehoe democrat in tho Ninth and Frank A Hopkins dem ocrat lost out to John W Langley republican in the 10th This gives Ken tucky four republican Congressmen a gain of two Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr KlnJs NeIY Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strikeI they quickly settle tho trouble and the purifying work goes right on Best cure for constipation headache and dizziness 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Just think of llEvesry in our let has been divorced but me Why wont George let you have a livorceOh the ninny says he loves me Had a Close Call A dangerous surgical operation Involving tho removal of a malignant ilcer as large as my hand from my laughters hip was prevented by tho application of Bucklens Arnlcb Salvo says A C Stickel of Miletus W Va Persistent use of the Salvo completely cured It Cures jijts burns and Injuries 2oo at Pen nys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard ilIa that all the work you can do In a Say 7 asked the discontented employer Well suh answered Erastus Pink ley I spose I could do mo but I nev er was much of a hand foh ahowin off Croup- A reliable medicine and one that should always be kept in tho home for Immediate use Is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent the attack If given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even attar the croupy cough appears For sale by Stanford Drug Co r Kentuckys dry counties Are now eightytwo And only four wet ones I Oh what will we do When the whole State is dry 7 At whom will we poke Tho mint and the moonshine And long toddy joke v Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO too MSNlce 4 room cottage and I acre of Und lotttrd stout mile Irom Shelbr City The house alone root We will sell tklt plant for IIWo No 1060 acres 84 UIIIN Irom Junction City 2 itorr droowtumedwelllag good bun ribs Iluth bcuM etc All In good repair Including racing S3 Mcr In IIrlll soil O acres in culllTa lion loud orchard or pucbi lumsappbeetc A iplfuJltl grape ntrbor J300 ll r zrapm one year 1lac dose to acboil cburthM etc and well watered mtdlcatM well at home and lock well at turn etc 1rlce 13600 l lour and UrlJt Mill Anderson county Ky 31 barrel capacity covered with Iron Imllt 8 years ago a team and water tower the latter 8 months of toe year It U an to date roller mill with burnt for corn and meal bolt Tim engine U of 7 years run II acres with the mill Including what Is with the house of 5 room All for 4310 or IS 100 for the mill and 14 acres Ono half cash data One trade No mill In 10 tulles Ko2W farm oun handsome mod fin Stor brick redden nicely IntnltbtJ and to dale in every paitlcu ar More room on prperc7isol the nlreat places la Lincoln county large this place la writ watered and well nut a hill on It roUontr about 20 arm In cultlratUn and nit in grit Plenty of trait UK tc Thus It an Wed home aid a tplendld farm Price rnui onableNo1stA larm of Sno se1 one sad outoblll mile nf rut of Hu tjn llle on the Dantlll pUt Two atoll frame dwelling seven roomi veranda ball etc Floe young orcnird bearing ail ktndtoi fruit well watered never railing iprlDgiete All buildings and fence are In good repair lhls rarm- situated lathe bat section or LIncoln county and la an Ideal horn Splendid Ire house Lnrn ocd nil other ncnnwry outbuildings- No 7CCO acres of land war Junction Cltycut In even fieldi IS acres in culiitalton nlln gram a aloe young orchard and on or the grape liar bon in Kentucky Party sold of grapei lut year Well watered and fencing good Clout to acbool and cbutcnca A twoatury alx room frame dwelling good barn crib etc all In good repair Price J3Z50 No t9 TwOilorr frame dwelling or ilx rooina two ball Ttranda Icwellaidooranti all olber outbuildings Abe large blacksmith- shopGoxtOantiheds lull length uf bop and 10 verylowNo 113A aria ol Sit acre situated should mile from SUnfoid and 3 uillea from Crab Urtba on the waters of Cedar Criek To plate It cut In shout field and can be sub divlded About 230 aces la la cultivation timber tuoiclent to keep up place tine and onehill story frame dwelllog ol rooms hails porches etc Two good Ire houm buns granary corn etc Place Is well water ed two good ctiteroa at the door running atream through farm All building In tba eicept one barn fencing blr 1rle113peracre Terrni eUfN121Two house and lola situated In Crab Orchard with its and onebalf acrea ol land at tached Uoth an frame eottagea one oontlttlnc oil arid the other ot 3 room Stable two goof springs etc The building are new and tha tending II ordinary Two tool gardens and nYe urea la MJture Wilt tail Neb place separately or as a whole ttlce on the property at a whole 1100 No 13483 tree of land In Ibe town limit of Rowland about e6 acm bottom land and 83 acre woodland The peace la well fenced and watered water woika well Cistern atory frame rooms hall veranda back porch mw- merkitchen and cellar Uood barn and all other necesaary outbuilding Including crib rrafi ry etc All in good repair fencing In Brat claaa order all wire rre Thus la a beautiful place a dealrablo home close to town anti will tell cheap ana on easy term No 2179I acre farm in IlUllt of Phil t story loom dwelling atore hour smoke house well boute crib etc Alt the bulldlugi and fencing an in fair condition Uuod app ortbtrd about 73 urea In cultivation r at In f id timber Watered by a sever falling will aid rater ol South Fork faire flOO No Ot A farm of about 1M acre on on ol lbe beat lu the county A bandana two storyrmmdweltingeoduceof thlnrju and boat barn pine It well watered and everything about II tnrlulii t fenc li la f111ftlr In u rood community clotetoKhonltiinduboutZO minute drip Irum Stanford Tbla n very deiiruble borne lrlre 17 15 i jo xxj acres of cotton land In Mliilsilppt There no section of country which offers so many opportunities for profitable Investment as the 1111 la now fitly described as per tyVdiey The tlmloer1s becoming moravalu able all the time for the reason thatlumberpeoptt from the North whet the of timber Is test diminishing are constantly Increasing their pur chates of timber Un4 IntheSouth When the tim ber Is removed the land Is unequaled for agricultu ral purposes It will product a tale of cotton to the acre or will grow an other kind of crop raised In the temperate tone The soil reels no feitllliers and gives a yield which cannot be excelled taxes are low the title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm and timber lands at present prices It making an In vestment that he will never regret This land Is di vided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to tha tract to acres to the trart and prices from U per acre to Jifi per acre according to location etc ar autboriied by the company who owns these lends to state that as other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that ue Oder these tracts sub sal withdrawal from market or change nlrlce wlthont notice However when notified they will hold any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About iaooo acres uf this has been sold by the Von pany since we received this option For further par Icu ars call atom once No Ism acre farm mil of Crab Orchard Ky Hrlck dwelling 8 rooms two tenant houses wo bun well and spring near dwelling party In hlghttat of cultivation acre river 011010- nd good fencing fruit me Price 11000 an acre farm at Highland K well improv 11 wellwtaret etc Price Iwo- va6aacresofiandonJamntowmroad south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about acres In Umber and teat In grass A large new frame dwell rig also an old dwelling on place new barn and wo old ones It Is well watered end the fencing Is tool On public road Price ttfaa coantyKyA date In every particular anJ gooddwell og with Improvements arid 20 acres of fine and close to Southern railroad trice Stf 000 No Ill Cottageln Lacctittr 77 feet front and SOOfeetdeep All ncccutry outbuildings except barn EverylhlpgInewanduegood thtpo Cut age contains routs veranda hick porch cod bawmfut Close to school ehurcbei lc liVVWIW No 70Tas acre of land two story front rob age seven roomi hula etc HOUM new a good lIulen and orchard of acres fenrina- Cool two stable1buggy bouts smote house eta A good also a goal mill oa the place a g od crusher In mill It la run by oat ural power which la a great economy and tbe dam It In good repair Wilt tell the property at a low figure or lease It No 28 Kime hotel lirgv rooms double reran lit hallway Etc A large 2 story etoreroout routing tree feet from hotel up stain cults ble fordw leg 2 nice cottage nicely furnlihed papered and painted 4 root and veranda each lue on same lot used a livery table Oood 200laetIns lit flux chaucn fur ono to blah money 1oprlelor ba retlted to rent pnperty fur 830 pet month Un account of lllhfulihof bit wife only reason for e llluif proprietor decire In exchange for farm In Uncoln iimoty Uo73A iinil frin if 73 acft nf good land located clot to town late rJ 2W No 34100 kern of land our mile from ouienet KycutInMiven Belila Forty acre in cultiva lion 40 acre lu pasture taUntfl In Mutter Dwell ng contalni seven roums Largo baru and all nee pleoIdNo 28t8ures of land In Ford Kai ilx mlln irum nllroad ind j tulle from Arlantaa Aflnl b river bollolU Is Ontcltiaiaudaiidingraaa Tula land la lor sal e or exchange 325 heat In Allen county KJ on tall road sad pike about 50 acres cultivated about 1251n timber and rl and about In grass Timber on place is cut to 18 Inches butwill make barrel timber ihlug les tics and cord wood enough to pay for the place twice over A large part I done ed There are four dwellings of 4 rooms each and one store of twostorlei with room above has wells and springs of wrier la la 2 miles of county teat and rows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 12200 Onehalf cash O FARM FOR SALE I The fnriu of tho Into John W Pnlmir It for twit slid tlui uiulomlgiiid will tnko tiualrlhgtoncng and Is In Uurrnnl county Ky 1ulut lonvclloii tim Ulchiiioml A IIcnrI to pike nod h In nliliilntnltxir Any olio Imvliigcliiliiii ngitlnst wild liters cstntu will them to us0 or my iiltorncy L ulkrr pnipurly proven J V IUMKIl Kxccutor Blue Grass Farm For Sale I I titsire to call priviitib tn fnriu liftnuns In till WIt End frutitlliK on the lllnckplUo iiiultwo iiillos frunt llu toiivllle Kiirnt U lu excellent state of cultivation Improvement liuluili it rcaidunca of sit room unit In uood n iutrtwo extra good- thek iNirnn timciim lit pUuidlil courtIIb l nl iit Ana neterfulling Svtercistern nt rut easytertlsMoKluneyKy c IIAKIHMAX GIVE ME TOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASEYOU thprIsinndi antis and u suit made to your incjuuru taken t y mi czM rlviin il tailor I liavo n Immlxumo HIIK of 1nll unit Winter tiotxlt I cnn make fruits u low prlev Imiltmi stilt tu ttiM llnotdrt unit Overroatx Trtittn era tint Knncy Vsts Tho coiiipiiny rup rutunt Is second to nono 110 1tUlI The 75t tiny man fort Blue Grass Farm for Sale ofIlustonvllletfritHtrttlon coiulitliiKoi lisa acre of rich blue ttrnoj hemp or tolmcco in- gnsa This harm can WIIIIII divldal to outbuildingsTheitigl tn lines There nre tlinv tuck linrn ucxxt tolvicoo Imril Mnhltii I tvnant house too I wnler in ovvry Held ili lasting thmughlIoleJ 8TKKIVK OAUrKSTBII lluitolivllle Ky POSTED IItrlCtl1forhhlimsMns on our plniv and will protecutQ vl olntora to the full extent of the Inw llroaKreilVonAlliuan llolinenKllnfnmiiiiilrs5IllnIIn1l1 Htepheiis Ilonutntin lhsughnmuthrltlnnirnysOn IHimnronMrMrnMlVmllclonU llCnmiiiUclilymnlIrl11lr tllIrllttJTo Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLESI I will IieellFRAMES 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County National Bank STANFORD KY u Mralfarvy Burkt llarrUburvUllnoU Curd br ZEMO After Hv Years Totter WHY SUFFERTHE TORTURE OF ECZEMA OR ANY SKIN DISEASE WHEN THIS GOOD MEDICINE +ZEMO + HAS NEVER FAILED TO CURE l E Itwa UEOICIXK Co Ob lxMlt toUIUlIDlIO Iu itff bb k Iliac situ Relieving that ZIJIDaM mt rmaU eat IIr1 will rtadlr 111 all- seaerenrromenemawhat youreoufrMlldnedidfurlee Iueernlus JMn fro tortMI1DI Itching enema nl lsb urn I tried eight dilerent lInono every veema hoe Ieon br of wllbuut reillf dl ue seer Wn slid t rr d to my t eve and breatl torarms nd neat bales eaten la ibrmi I aeon Iewmw an invalid and cc eunnnrd to Mr bed part of IM time lle Uon tor be iwkltcadLbegan tolmpruvensicwrekandonedaCIbedlteawbedd t andmfariaswere eland Imb asmypICtar111abtebefore aalalter uYpg ZMIlx arms wed so oof mytllendewanted m1O have than rskec 05 but l would not ItfN lam now aurel bean than J bate fell in mas7 yare eMntngtautaddc eiKlZKUU to aU alfrrfnlt fMIQ l113 1JAJWtrJ- Ray ItcUo kla 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