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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r VOL xxxiv STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13 1900 NO 69 Mrs Louis Whitt Writes Entertain ingly to her Home Paper STROUD 0 T Oct 30After spending nearly a year In this no Stnto I will write another letter to of Kentucky friends Wo are enjoy fine health and have done so since wo have been hero The weather Is flno There have been frosts but no snow oa the Eastern States havo reported The cotton crop is being harvested and b the yield is large making from one half to 11 bolos per acre Tho price is good about 50 a bale Tho first cot ton sold brought 265 per 100 In tho seed and now It sells at 340 36 r In the seed and 10 in the lint and It is expected to go to 4 in the seed before a great while Somo fields havo been picked over three times while somo have never boon touched Cotton pickers are very scarce everyone you see is asking for help The price paid now Is to 110 per 100 and an ex- Pert can pick 400 pounds a day but I y dont think n Kentuckian would eve pick that much Tho average pickin is about 200 pounds per day The great subject now is where will the capital of tho State be j think tho Sac Fox agency six mil south or Stroud will be as there are many government buildings at that plhce and It Is very old There is also a new railroad surveyed from Guthrie to Okmulgco which passes through tho Agency Every town is trying for tho capital Tho Agency is a very beautl ful place situated on a hill and can bo seen for miles There ore the govern mcnt school buildings which are fine t and run by the government and tho Indians ore forced to send their children as soon as they are largo enough Tho Indians are paid off every threo months I have understood that tho Sac Fox and Iowa Indians Vcrc tho only ones that received their pay there Tho Indians used to have dog eatings on Aug 5 it being a day of celebration just us tho 4th of July is with us Out tho government has stopped that and they have to substitute something for tho dog They would collect up a lot ofI Jogs enough to feed tho expected crowd on and would fatten them well before killing A log heap wag fixed tho dogs killed and put on tho fire and when tho hair was singed well they were taken off dressed and put back on the fire and roasted brown Then they were taken off carved and made ready to eat of which I suppose all partook but that is a thing of tho past There are lots of Indians here but they have their settlements and never bother anyone They are all great people to buy and most all of them drink whisky I the husband and wife go to town and buy a sack of lour or bran or any other thing no matter how heavy the wife always has to shoulder and carry it to tho wagon Tho summer days you could see the old ones in town with a shawl around them and bare thefoccupyland There are many Kentucky people hero Davenport n new town seven 1miles west of here is composed principally of Kentuckians Ills only two years old and is building upfuft It lea prohibition town Three cheers for tho Kentuckians for that There is a pro hibition election here this month trying to get Oklahoma in the prohibition col umn like Indian Territory Kansas tho adjoining State is also prohibition and if Oklahoma should be it would be a long ways to whisky Stroud has improved a great deal since wo have been here Concrete S streets have taken tho place of tho old plank walks and tho lake Is being dug for the water works and contract ha been mule for an electric light plant There havo been several new business houses erected and u now church since wo have been here besides many dwellings J It is astonishing to see tho money paid oat in one day forcotton in Stroud Ono day in particular 240 loads sold at from 30 to 60 a load and most of the money is either spent with tho Stroud merchants or deposited in ono of the banks There nro three newspapers hero and each seems to do a flourishing business I forgot to mention the now canning factory erected last summer and it did ta part in consuming tho fine fruit for which Oklahoma is noted I never saw so much fruit nt ono time as I saw in every orchard hero last summer and the finest peaches I ever saw were the Elbcrtas They are a large freostone peach of very fine flavor I saw ono load of cotton in Stroud this week of 4400 pounds weight Tho bed of the wagon was mado of slats and extended out like a hay frame and was drawn by six horses Main Street was full of cotton wagons including the big load and pictures of them were taken I suppose it would amuse somo of our Kentucky friends to see us in tho cotton field with our sacks They are from 7 to 10 feet long and drag behind you so your load Is always on tho neverwpretty withgis scarce and it takes all hands and the cook to attend a crop of cotton nut you can assure yourself of reaping a harvest Tho ccntlped and tarrantular are still found here I have seen ono of the former and killed one of the lat terEnclosed please find for our sub feeltofrom homo when we get it Wishing all my Kentucky relatives and friends a merry Christmas I remain a friend to the I J MRS Louis WIIITT CHURCH MATTERS Tho Baptist church nt Burnside will Mrthegsermon Rev J R Hobbs who resigned tho pastorate of tho Baptist church in lilt beencecalled to the pastorate of tho Calvary Baptist church In Covington The protracted meeting at Rose conducted by Rev Combs has closet Twelve were baptized Sunday Rev Combs is a splendid talker and Is doing much good for tho cause of Christ Mt Vernon Signal Tho Christian church will vote next Sunday on calling the present pastor Eld L M Omer for another year As Mr Omer is very popular with his con gregation and is a splendid pastor we opine he will bo called by a big major ityRev Sam P Jones left an estate estimated at 220000 consisting largely- of properties In Atlanta Cartcrsvillc and other points Those in a position to speak authoritatively say that forI many years Mr Jones income was from 35000 to 40000 a year from his evangelical and lecture workIRev T N Arnold called at the State Journal ollko to express his delight that the State is at last to havo a Campbellito governor Judge 1IaI ger he says will bo tho first member of the Christian church to fill that high once Ho also said that Lt Gov South Trimble is part Campbcllite Frankfort JournalIIn Time of Peace In tho ist months of tho Russia Japan war wo had a striking example and softo speak have shingled their roofs In dry weather It The virtue of prep aration line made history and given to us our greatest men The Individ udall well as tho nation should be prepared for any emergency Are you prepared to successfully combat tho first cold you take A cold can bo cured much more quickly when treated ns It has boon contracted and thetsystem Chamberlains Cough Itcme dy Is famous for 111 cures of colds aud- It should bo kept at hand ready fo instant use For sale by Stanford Drug Co- 1Vhut is that large new building we naked of our guide Indicating a massive structure surrounded by a high stone wall Thats the new reformatory ho told us A penal Institution Nope Its the State spelling reformatory where they keep tho spell ing reformers as fast as they can be caughtJudge Cured of Brlghts Diseases Mr Robert O Burke Klnoru N y writes Before 1 started to use Foloys Kidney Cure I had to get tip from 12 to 20 times a night and I was all bloated up with dropsy and my eyesight was so Impaired I could scarcely seo ono of my family across tho room I trod given up all hopo of living when n friendrecommended Fo boys Kidney Cure Ono 50 cent bottle worked wonders and boforo I had ta ken the third bottle tho dropsy had gone as well as all other symptoms of Brights disease Funnys Drug- Store The suitor wrote Ipine 1 die eyolTho Is neatI nut this pineapples not to eat Had a Close Call A dangerous surgical operation involving tho removal of a malignant ulcer ns largo as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by tho application of Ducklotis Arnica Salvo says A C Stlckol of Miletus W Vu Persistent uso of tho Salve completely cured it Cures cuts burp and 25c at Pen nys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard NEWS NOTES Gold in paying quantities has been discovered in Estillcounty Jacob BIschofT tho Louisville wife murderer will hang Dec 7 Four little ones with their mother were suffocated in a tenementhouse fire in Now York A big bank swindle has been un eathed in New Orleans and five men have been nrrested Vesuvius is busy again shaking up tho surrounding villages but thus far Naples is not affected Tho men under arrest charged with robbing tho bank at Odin III had money on deposit in two Louisville banks There is universal complaint in the business world over tho shortage of cars and n consequent Inability to make has accepted tho invitation to send a squadron of warships to tho op ening of the Jamestown Exposition April 20 1907 The fouryearold daughter of Sam Jctt of Winchester Edith M Jolt was burned to death at her home white burning leaves in tho front yard A jury has found Mrs Jennie Anderson of Youngston 0 guilty of killing her stepdaughter Elsie under peculiar revolting circumstances The threeyearold child of Mr and Mrs Williams left alone in a room nt Huntington Tenn crawled into an open fireplace and was burned to death Cities and towns in Indiana are facing a coal famine as the result of an embargo declared against tho Big Four by tho Evansvlllo and Terre Haute Rail roadTexas Rangers sent to investigate the murder of a Judge were ambushed by Mexicans A pitched battle ensued and four of the attacking party were killedAs a fireman on a Southern railway engine running near Versailles was about to throw in n shovelful of coal ho discovered a can of blasting powder in the coal J G Holloway a fireman on the L N while his train was near Sebree walked out onto tho pilot of the engine and lifted from the track a little girl who would have been struck by tho trainW J Bryan Secretaries Root and Shaw John G Carlisle Senator W J Stone and E II Harriman will address the transMississippi Commercial Con gress which opens in Kansas City November 20- Unconscious of their danger until they felt tho floors sag beneath their feet nine men were carried to death In tons of tangled wreckage by the collapse of five stories of a new hotel at Long Beach Col- In revoking the license of the Mutual Life Insurance Company to do busi ness in Kentucky Insurance Commissioner Prewitt declares that the of tense of lose tnajeste does not ex ist in the land of the free Tho Insurance muddle in New York has been still further stirred up by the hearing of a suit brought by a policyholder of the New York Life to restrain tho trustees from expending the camretWilliam E Hinahnw tho Indiana minister sentenced to Ufo imprison ment for wife murder and paroled by Gov Durbin was arrested and placed in jail at Indianapolis on orders from Hanly He is with breaking up home of a friend and may be returned to tho penitentiary to complete his original sentence A Year of Blood The year 1003 will long be remem bored In tho homo of F N Tacket o Alliance Ky as a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr Tackets lungs that death seemed very near Ho writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought mo nt deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption with tho as tonishing result that nter taking four bottles I was completely restored an us time has proven permanently cured It Guaranteed tor Soro Lungs Coughs and Colds at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price COo anti 1 Trial bottlo free- Secretary Taftin an interview in Kansas City said that while certai- spots might have fared better at the recent election the result as a whole was n Republican victory and therefore satisfactory Gov Luko P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthro pist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water Is the best riper lent known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than anyone remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water Forsalo by nil druggists and country stores s HUSTONVILLE Mrs Zoo Ellis of Stanford is with Miss Aria Wright Grant North sold to S T Harris 21 1200pound cattle at 4c Rev Londerssujject for next Sun day City Without Walla II Evening The Approach of Esau All cordially invited Judge R J Brecklnridge of Dan ville was here Saturday Misses Mary D Kennedy of Stanford and Hcttie Miller of Canard arc guests of Miss Cora Gpodc- Hon Charles Montgomery and Pat Whipp of Liberty were here on business Mrs George Cowan and daugh ter Miss Emma of Danville visited Mrs S D Yowell A wedding 6n the 28th is town talk and the contracting parties are West Enders well and favorably known They propose to surprise their friends Watch for their names next week The policy holders in the General Accident Insurance Co of Philadelphia who live in this locality will be glad to know that tho claim of Joe Snow for 40 for partial disability was promptly paid Tho Ladles Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will give an oyster sup per at the Weatherford Hotel Friday night Nov 30 for the benefit of the church Everybody como and help a good cause J P Goode and J G Weatherford are spending the week at Dunnvllle fishing Dr 0 S Williams and Milton McCormack and Jerry Adams will leave Wednesday on a bird hunting expedi tion to Casey and Adair counties- A union prayer meeting will be held in the Christian church next Wednesday evening and will be led by Charles Wheeler whose subject will be Christ Before Pilot Everybody is invited to come and show by their presence their support of the Masters cause The rural route carriers of Lincoln county are requested to meet at Al corns Opera House Thanksgiving day at 11 oclock for the purpose of form ng a county organization and joining the national order All who will at tend notify R R No Hustonville atonceAt last meeting of our city fath ers the lid was put on the barber shops and meat markets to take effect the first Sunday in December The meat markets will be allowed to stay open until 9 A M A heavy fine will be im posed for violation of this ordinance On the 21st and 22nd Prof J A Hcmstock one of the 20th century wonders in mind reading and hypnotism will hold the boards at Alcorns Opera House Tho press every where heralds him as tho leader ot this mys terious profession Popular pnces re served seats at Yowells Mrs Mary J Weatherford who has been quite ill for Dome months was the recipient of a box of the most beauti ful and fragrant flowers that grow in tho South She being unablo to write desires through the INTERIOR JOURNAL to express her thanks to Mrs II F Waller of Okalona Miss for this act of love and affection which she highly appreciates Charles Lutes bought six car loads of 1450 pound cattle of Win Robinson of Burgin at 510 J S Carpenter sold John Johnson 17 1532pound cattle at SIc DCAllen shipped a car of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday for which he paid 5Jc Fully 250 cattle from the lower counties passed through hero Friday and Saturday hunting grass and a court day market On Tuesday evening quite a number of society young people were called to the Christian church parsonage A wedding was the word pasted out and IHendalssohnafwedding march rendered by Misss Ed pa Camnitz jNljri A M Waimen and Miss Nannie Hancock marched into the parlor and were married by Rev G W Mills in a brief but impressive ceremony After congratulations tho bri dal party repaired to tho Newtonian Hotel and left next day for their home pasdmany years died Thursday night at his homo in Perry ville and was burled there at 1030 Friday morning in the pres once of a largo concourse of sorrowing friends and relatives He leaves to mourn his loss a devoted wife and five children None knew him but to love andnemulate his virtues even through the long years of his affliction Among those who attended his burial from hero were Mr and Mrs Charles Wheeler Mrs Arch Frye Mrs Sallie Shipman Johh A Blain and others Tho cheap Imitations of Foloy Honey and Tar cost you tho same as the genuine In tho yellow package Why then risk your health perhaps your life taking them when Foloys Honey and Tar will cure yoar cold and prevent serious results It Is guaranteed Pennys Drug Store Suits and Overcoats in Good Taste But Not Freakish L In selecting our made it a point to a suitable line of young men without sight of the fact haven right to vice and fit You conservative rather freakish lines Let W E MAN iTSend COT PerkinsIi secureIi 1Kentucky Hog Box Bottoms Meat Cutters Butcher Knixescf 1N N- t f WH HIGGiNSSta- nford Kentucky A Large Consumer of Coal will find it is to his interest to consult us before buying Wo have tho most complete lino of Coal ever carried m Lincoln county It is nicely screened burns well anti will plenso you Why Not Try a Sample Load roomiWBEBDENHAM j 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 IOO to 500 Satisfaction guaranteed S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber i t toe Interior Journal E c WALTON M F NORTH It n candidate for HepresentnUveof Lincoln county intijccl to tuu Porno tktlo party J T ROBERTS It n candidate for MnRlntrnte in the Crnb Orchnnt Miiiilntorliil DUtrlct to the Ration of thu democratic party Democratic Ticket For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county WE do not say it because the editor butjbecauseination of Gov Occkham and Auditor Hager for U S Senator and governor respectively than any other power Tha Journal worked in season and out for those gentlemen and told the truth and nailed tho lie it mattered not who it hurt or from whence it came The potent power of a home paper is fre quently under estimated but Messrs Beckham and Hagcr are of the kind who know the power of the press and the first thing they did on their return to Frankfort was to go to the office of the State Journal and thank Editor Walton and his able corps of assistants for their splendid work for them By the way the State Journal got every candidate it supported and naturally that paper is in pretty high feather just now TilE victory of M R Patterson Democratic nominee for Governor and the big plurality given Walter P Brownlow for Congress in the First district marks the passing of H Clay Evans from the field of Tennessee politics It was Mr Evans second try for the prize The first time he claimed he was robbed of victory This time he is buried under a majority of 20000 In the first race he had the united support of all the Republicans but this year the friends of Brownlow were either lukewarm or disloyal and many thousands of them either staid away from the polls or voted for Patterson The State Committee is now dominated by Evans but two years hence Brown low will regain control without an ef fort because Evans friends are thor oughly discouraged manyof the lead ers saying they will never make anoth er effort to elect a Republican Gover nor REV WILLIAM E HINSHAW of Indiana Is a living example of the Methodist doctrine of total depravity Given a life sentence for killing his wife he was granted a parole Under such condition if there was anything in him he would have lived circumspectly so as to have regained public favor but he did not and now he is under arrest again by order of the Governor charged with breaking up the home of a friend and may be returned to the penitentiary to complete his original sentence As Hinshaw is a Methodist he may be trying to prove the truth of the tenet of his church EDGAR ALBRIGHT of the Mt Vernon Signal makes a wry face at his medi cine but finally gets it down This is what he says of the result of the Sena torial primary Beckham it is If the majority who were counted for him are satisfied we will have to be We have not said a word if it were to do over we would not say again Believing in the old adage stand by a bad bargain as closely as to a good one we say Hurrah for Beckham TUE DANVILLE NEWS is eating crow three times a day now and is getting used to the diet It said some mighty hard things about Gov Beckham but we opine it was dons in the heat of passion and that all that was said WaJt not meant We are glad to see thatJ the News has placed the democratic ticket at its masthead and hope that it will try as hard to elect Gov Beckham now as it did to defeat him for the nom ination JOHN G PULLIAM of the Harrods burg Herald is responsible for the folI lowing which the dear reader is not compelled to believe in toto A highwayman held up a woman at Oakland Cal and finding her purse contained only 25 cents returned it and after stealing a kiss walked away laughing She reported to the police that he was a jolly fellow with a pretty face POLITICAL William K Hearst has gone to CallI lamia to recuperate from his arduous gubernatorial campaign Political observers believe that Sen ator Smoot will be left to occupy his seat in the Senate undisturbed ThQ election returns in Tennessee in dicate that at least about 76000 white voters neglected to go to tho polls William J Bryan reviewing the re election sees hope in trendrhotoward Democracy Harry B Wolf who will represent a Baltimore district in Congress will be ngest member of the Lower theYO House He is only 26 years old Robert C Broadus has been appoint ed postmaster at Buckeye Garrard Co Perry Belmont has resigned from the Now York Democratic State Commit teeNo new Kentucky postmasters will ba appointed until the President rn urns from Panama Tho Government Printing Office turned out 5000000 copies of congres sional spceces for use during the campaign District Attorney Jerome advises Hearst to abandon his radical ideas an- dibe good hereafter and says that if he does his past offenses will bo for givenRepresentative Burton of Ohio chairman of the Rivers and Harbors Committee of the House has called n meeting of the committee to bo held on November 29 At a political conference held at thp White House just before the Presidents departure for Panama the Chief Ex outtve reiterated his n farm Jt to become a candidate determinationII IA rippe was caused at action of Representative Pollard ofj Nebraska in turning back to the Ser geant at Alhtts of louse 1865 of back salary to which he thought he wasnt entitledThirtyfour citizens of Fulton have made charges of fraud against election officers in pne precinct in that city alleging that although each cast his vote for N B Hays in the Democratic primary only eight votes were counted for him in that precinct IN +INGCOUNTIES Logan Brown aged 70 is dead in the Glades section of Rockcastle Marshall Boyce a Harrodsburg sa loonist has taken the bankrupt law Central University defeaUd St Marys College 51 to 0 at foot ball at Danville Saturday Mrs Theresa Gill Worthington wid ow of Dr C T Worthington is dead at her home in Boyle Tandy C Lanter a young farmer of Madison county was arrested on a warrant charging betrayal The charge was brought by Miss Jessie King 16 years of age Miss King is the daughter of E A King The Mt Morgan Coal Cos mines and properties near Williamsburg have been sold to W T Underwood and as sociates of Birmingham Ala It is understood that the price paid was something over 100000 This has been one of the most successful mines on the Jellico seam there being a con stant demand for the coal While shooting at a dog as he thought remote of passers by at his home on West Main street ClayShack elford accidentally shot and slightly wounded Miss Mary Little who was driving by with Mrs John Gibson Tho ball which was of large caliber was about spent and made we are glad to say only a flesh wound which is not at all serious Richmond Register Work on the fourth story of the Newtonian Hotel is under progress with a big force of workmen Laying of brick will begin Monday and with in a few weeks the fourth story will be enclosed An elevator will also be put in Work on the street railway con tinues at a rapid rate Rails have been distributed to the Public Square A force of about 50 men have the track now laid to the intersection of Monti cello and Main street The power house is also nearing completion and before many days will be ready for use Somerset Journal Judge W C Bell and his charming wife gave a beautiful Halloween din ner to a few of their young married friends Wednesday at six oclock It was one of the prettiest entertainments given here for some time The table was set for 12 The center decoration was a huge jack alantern surrounded by fruit grain and nuts appropriate to the season intertwined with smilax The chandilier was shaped with smilax o simulate a hell lucious bunches of Malaga grapes suspended by their stems forming a rim and the light globe making the clapper At each plate were tiny jackolantern souvenirs When the guests were invited into the dining room it was in complete darkness except for the lights from the many jack o lantcrns making everything look weird and fantastic After the guests were seated at the table the lights were turned on All the decora tions were in red yellow and green the flowers being handsome yellow chrysanthemums There was a delic- Ious eight course menu capped by the ices molded to resemble pumpkins The bonbon dishes were small pumpkins with the seed taken out After dinner cigars were passed to the men- The evening ended very pleasantly with progressive hearts and the guests were lighted home by the little jacko lantern souvenirs Harrodsburg Her ald MATRIMONIAL Charles Chatham and Miss Mary Vansant both of Harrodsburg will be married Nov 21 William Baker aged 48 years of Newburg Ind is missing Thrffe PollWoodIt is said that they quarreled just before Balers disappearance Mrs Baker is 65 years of age a 731andRov E B Real aged 81 years has been enjoined by the County Judge at Rogers Ark at instance of relatives from securing a license to marry Mrs Jane Salisbury widow aged GL Rel olives allege that the minister is in feeble health and not qualified for marriage- Nellie Sherrow tho Danville girl who eloped in her mothers clothes with Robert Carrier resulting in a warrant being sworn out for Carrier on the charge of kidnaping her was married uarbisonjreached Magistrate Oldham i CORNS CURED Corn Exit will posi lively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro is Pennydruggist PROF M 0 WINFREY now of Middlesboro wh was nomin ated for Superintendent of Public In truction Prof Winfrey lived In Stanford several years and was mainly instrumental In the building of our splendid Graded School Mr James E Stone of Brcckinridgo county the best clerk in Kentucky will bo Prof Winfreys chief deputy Got 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 PUBLIC SALEO- F Jacks and Jennets TUESDAY NOV 20 At my place five miles South of Danville in the Shelby City neighborhood will offer at public auction my entire holdings of Jack stock consisting of 32 Jacks r 34 Jennets Also 10 choice Mules and about the same number of Horses at the same time and place Among the horses to be offered is the handsome young saddle stallion Reids Gold Dust and some excellent brood mares Poor health compels me to quit the businesswhich I have been constantly engaged in for the past 20 years It is not boastful to say that during such a long period I have acquired a high standard of stock which will be profita ble as an investment for any buyer Mules were never known to be so high Buy a Jack and engage in the leading branch of stock raising Sale will begin at10 oclock Din ner will be served L S TEV1S Copt T D English Shelby City Ky 7 I Y n The time to buy underwear has come and we feel we are just it Litlp Better Prepared l to furnish you what you want than any one J else We have some garments rio one else can furnish Royal Plush A silk lined garment thoroughly shrunk fine warm ntul beyond ques lion the most plcnwuit inidonvcar wade in two colons sized 84 to 44 S1b0 n gtirniant Coopers Ribbed A nice medium weight soft fine finished garment WITHOUT hl LlC1SGall sizes in suit or single pieces 81 per garment Union Suits lelllI Union Suits Cotton Jlibbctl 8100 Wool Fleeced 82 Boys Un ion Suite any size 4 to 14 yam at fiO Mull r Wrights Health Heavy warm wool laical thu very thing for those who find it haul to keep warm 11ntire from 54 to GOShirts or drAwer 81 per gar mout I Cotton Fleeced Warm comfortable And durable A popular garment in toCernl blmdcA 136 to d8rat fiOc Boys Underwear niuo or Grey Nibbed Shirt or Drawer at LCo WrigjiV ilccccd nicer heavier and warmer nt bOcfper garment H J McROBBRTS 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY HAIR BRUSHES I A GOOD Hair Brush is something that no family can get along without We have every kind but a POOR ONE At 25c to 2 each j PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Abe CincoJn County national Bank t Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 OFF AERSt = 8 H SHANKS PRESIDENT WO WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRSOTORSt J D OWHLKY Stanford B H BIIANKR Stanford 0 W OAHTIII Tarnerivllla W H CUMMIN Ireaebortrlllo L O Ooocil Waynesburg W U TuAYlxm Gilbert Creek R L posers Lancaster W 0 WALK 1m Stanford J D Pencil Stanford W H SIUMKS Stanford J n PAXTON Stanford We iptfctfully solicit the nccounti of Individual Firm rind Corporation nnnki and u HunktTi and rare pn tu red to furnish all dvpoitton such Accommodation ni are coniUttmt with tutu blinking Modern Hnfuty Dvpoilt nose In our vault tor nee ot our Outolllon The Bride Will Rejoice At tho presents tho receives no matter what they may bo or where they came from nut if you wish to bo cure that your Dilating will receive tho admiring attention of everybody get it at a jewelry store Then you are SURE to be right You CANT go wrong by giving jew elry And you CANT go wrong if you get it here Everything wo show you would do credit to your judgment nod good tastefWe can interest you at a dollar or so or ox high as you care to go iu figures Always trust to us to have the right broods r E H MURRAY The Jeweler Danvillet w Ir JF Rain Coats ameas Wo nro nllY flnming omo of the very beat values in these practical garments it has over boll Apr pleasure to shots Hvorj ladys wardrobe ehoulfl tconlttin n Huii pout w There arc tinier when nothing else will do Wo have them jn most ilcsir r rnble styles nml clothrBlack Scrgo nod Oxford nro especially desirable Come while utock U complete Iricca 8750 to 81000 I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY ISnwrolin Kvt Nov 11 1000 WK have received a big unply of Comic and Leather Post Cards Ien- ny Drug Store PERSONALS MRS MAnY WALLACP is Ill Mas L D COOK Is quite sick W J YAOBU of Louisville is hercf MR G L PBNNY Is in Frnnkfyrt on businessMn u IRYTON was down from Mid dlcaboroMns Lou SHANKS went to Loulsvlllo yesterday MlssEtLBN BALLOU spent nevcra clays in Cincinnati Mu G A HBNUmcT of Springfield wni hero yesterday UEV W E ARNOLD was hero from Versailles yesterday Mn AND MILs JESSE TRAYLOII ar- at French Lick Springs Miss OUVIA BAt DWIN of Richmond it with Mrs W II Shanks MRS M M SWEENEY is with rela tives in Washington county Miss LENA PALMER spent several drys with Mm Thomas Traylor Miss NAN POUCH of Somerset spent Sunday with MlssMartha Mcncfeo PHIL SoDCN of Loutfvllle was with tho family of Cot W H Duddcrar MRS SAUnA MCCLURE of Crab Or chard was hero shopping yesterday UV 0 M IIUEV of Somerset spent Several days wjth friends here MISS NQLA KEWUNO of Drodhcad is with Mr H S Shanks at Rowland Miss DoLUr McRoiiERTS spent a few days with Miss Hello Denny In the country MRS E L REINIIART and sons Harry and Will spent several days In LouUutlle Mia K L TANNER of McKinney went up to Urodhcad Saturday to visit her daughter MR J K HASELDEN and family of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mr S H AldHdge and wife Itey B C HORTON and little son William Witten of Fort Thomas are with Mrs N J Horton MR JAMES LOVELL of Lincoln coun ty has been visiting his son J E Lov cll Monticello Outlook MRS RODMAN KEENON and Mts Frances Adams spent several days wlt relatives at Bradfordsville NEWS comes from Danville that Mr B F Slavin suffered n paralytic stroke nnd is in a critical condition TUB Current Event Club will meet fi with Mrs James Harris Baughman nt 230 Thursday afternoon next 15th Miss GEORGIA LEWIS camp down t from Crab Orchard Friday and spent I several days with the homcfolks hero NEWS comes from los Angeles Cal that a handsome son has arrived at the homo of Dr and Mrs W S Beazley REUBEN GIVENS who has a fine 1Ma with the L jf N has been transferred to Biloxi Miss from Mobile Ala EID C E POWEU of Lexington orders his paper sent to Ocala Fla where ho and Mrs Powell will spend a the winter MRS H R Mitts and son who have been with her parents Mr and Mrs J H Bright left yesterday for Sum merville S C T A STEWART left Wednesday for Jacksonville Fla where ho will locate for the practice of his professlonMt Vernon Signal MR L R HUOIIES and wife wont up to Mt Vernon Sunday Mr Hughes returned yesterday but Mrs Hughes will remain n few lays with her parents V MISSES KATe AND PATTI ALCORN entertained very elegantly Alcomchof Miss lIustonville Thursday and Miss Lucy Miller Glv tied for first honorsor this placeens number ot each winning an equal games LOCALS OYSTERS celery and dressed chickens at Gee H Farris WANTED Several bushels of green tomatoes at this office FOR heating Stores go to Georgo IIt Farris Hes got em Folt want of space will sell two new v sewing machines at cost W H Mud Icfi IF your taxes aro not paid by next Thursday Nov 15 an additional percent will be added and n tax warrant Issued So come nnd settle nt once T J Hill sheriff r WANTED lady clerk Inquiro of WI IL Mueller FOR SALuPhnctonln good repair Mrs R C Warren A NICE line of stoves and ranges at Singletons store Prices right barberjIvillo Ky- SVANTLDTo buy n few shares of First National Dank stock Apply nt this onlco FOR SAtE COOO ginseng eelnt 5 per 1000 Also 400 ginseng plants A P Brackett Stanford IT pays to advertise Mrs A C Hill lost her diamonds but an advertisement j in tho I J found them BOY wanted between 18 and 20 years white and industrious Good salary Bastln Telephone Co Lancaster LOST felt rug between Stanford and Jarvis store on Somerset pike Thurs 1day Reward If left at this office CAILon address Sim Wilson Yosemite for a good work hand former blacksmith Will break horses of any kind I MAGGIE ELLEN LOGAN daughter of Hnrvo Logan colored of this place died at Richmond last week and was burled hero Sunday TUB ladles of tho Presbyterian con gregation arc requested to meet in tho basement of tho church Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock W L CALDWELL n prominent citi zen of Doyle died suddenly Monday morning of bladder trouble lie wan extensive horse and jack raiser FOUND ladys black pocket book con- taIning small amount of money and somo papers Owner can call at this office nnd get It by paying for this no taco e TILE property of John N Ison wan sold at public sale yesterday B W Gaines bought the 20 acres adjoining him for 475 Oliver Campbell color ed bought tho 2G acre tract for 161 oht caught n 12pound salmon out of Gree river tho other day and tho green eye of envy of every Irak Walton of tho West End is turned on him LYNNWOOD echao housenear Mr J E Lynns burned Sunday evening The origin is a mystery Miss Susan Van Arsdale who teaches the Lynnwood school taught Saturday but is satisfied that tho fire was out when sho left at about 230 r M Bio TABERNACLE Mr AC Sipple tells ub that the Holiness people arc preparing to build a tabernacle near Jumbo with a seating capacity of 2000 or over A big camp meeting was held there this year and it proved such n good place that it was decided to build a permanent house of worship I WAS the hottest McCreary man in McKinneybut I am just as warm for Bcckham now said Mr James Dud derar to us the other day By the way Mr Dudderar is in his 87th year and is as halo and hearty as most men are at We trust he will be spared to voto many more times and seo Senator Bcckham succeed himself in tho Upper House at Washington HORRIBLE In his rush shut the shutters nnd get in out of the storm of Saturday night Mr A Potter ran against a tree in his yard and a twig on entered the eye pit penetrating it nearly two Inches The ball was almost forced out Dr E J Drown was called and alter removing the pieco of wood which wns nearly as large as a lead pencil dressed the wound and left tho patient doing well It is belleyed that the sight will not bo destroyed I t BRUCE Rev W W Bruce who preached for years at Hustonvillc died at his homo at Perrryvillc after a continued illness of rheumatism of a dozen years Rev Bruce was a very bright man and the Presbyterian church had few abler or better preachers than he was During his sojourn at Huston villa ho wrote a number of articles for this pnpcr which were greatly enjoyed The burial occurred at Perryvillo at 1030 Saturday morning under the aus picas of the Masons Mr Bruce left a family t Underwear w A good thing to counteract the piucheBof the cold weather See us for Mens fatness and Cliildrcns Warm Umlcrwenr1 at zero prices Oneida Union Suits for ladies nt fiOc is especially good Alliance Mills goods for Children at OOc Boys and Girls Grey Hibbcd Union Suits nt 25c IFon RENTMy cottage on Portman Avenue J C McClary GET your gun fixed at Burkes 237 Main Street Danville Ky READ Moore OfTuttu ad in this pa per for particulars of a free trip to Cor bin DIAMONDS in rings in brooches in studs in cuff buttons etc nt Mu ellers THE W Uw11M hold n meeting today at 230 oclock at Mrs L M Omcrs COALWo have several cars of coon a hand Send your wagons J II Baughman Co LOST ycglusyesadchinbetwee Presbyterian and Methodist churches Return to this office MR E 0 Goocil deputy sheriff in the East End tells us we were In error when we said that Mr James Kennedy surrendered to Marshal Riddle It was to Mr Gooch that Mr Kennedy gave up KILLED HER9BLPQ1isa Nettle Shannon aged 24 daughter of Mr James Shannon committed suicide at Junction City by taking strychnine She had been in ill health for some time which is thought to have been tho cause of the deed IN the county court yesterday very little was done except the appointment of the following gentlemen as super visors Messrs W D D Hays A J Thompson Cicero Reynolds J P Chandler and W A Coffey Mrs Carrie ales qualified as administrator of her husband T bt Fetes MCAFEEMr William C McAfee who married Miss Mary Lusk of Hue tonvllle died at his home In Baltimore Sunday night The remains will arrive at Hustonville at noon Thursday and the burial will follow Mrs McAfee will company the remains A moro extendednotice will appear next issue CIRCUIT COURT trial of Jame- Carter charged with killing Crutchflcld on trial when we went press Friday still occupies the atten tion of the court The evidence was in at 330 yesterday afternoon and speak thant the case will go to tho jury by noon today liON herstheTall more of the St Asaph to is receivlnJt- mnny congratulations over his victory in being elected to Congress from this tho Eighth District There was never n more clover or a bigger hearted gen tleman than Harvey Helm nnd the peo plo will never regret electing him t tho high position for which he is so thoroughly equipped Lancaster Rec ord DISTINCTION WON nv THE CONTINEN TAL INSURANCE CoTho Continental wns tho first company to pay a loss i tho San Francisco conflagration The Continental was the first company to finish paying its San Francisco losses It has paid 2402790 and paid in full dollar for dollar without any discount and it still has assets In excess of 17 000000 It does not charge any more for its policies than other good companies Why not buy the best It makes a specialty of farm business Talk with R B Mahony tho insurance man Stanford Ky- ANDERSONWiles I Anderson aged 14 years son of Mr and Mrs D M Anderson of tho Prcachersville section died Saturday afternoon of peritonitis which followed appendicitis Isis sufferings were intense but he bar them with a fortitude that was less than remarkable He was a devout member of the Baptist church and ono of the best boys his neighbors say they over saw The parents are almost crushed by their loss and in their dark sympahyat 10 oclock Sunday morning conducted by Mr J C McClary the remains were taken to Lancaster and laid to rest to await the resurrection morn Agency Scoured Wo have secured the agency for tho Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup the new laxative that makes the liver lively purifies tho breath cures head ache and regulates the digestive organs Cures chronic constipation Ask us about It Pennys Drug Store To Whom It May ConcerDI BRODHEAD Nov GthThlsls to cer tify that I have this day received a full and satisfactory settlement for the loss sustained by me on account of the fire which destroyed stock of good on the 20th of October 1006 and I tako great pleasure in recommending the company to wit The German Fire Insurance Co of Freeport III and the agent R B Mahony and especially the ad juster Mr Irvine for their pompt and liberal settlement Respct JOHN RODINS SOMERSET Nov 7thTo whom it may concern My hotel which was in sured in the German Insurance Co of Freeport Illwas destroyed by fire lossnwas 000 being tho total amount of my pol icy For this prompt and liberal set tlement of my loss I am indebted to R B Mahony agent and I take pleasure in commending both the agent and the company to the insuring public NEWTON BROS Cut this out and take It to tho Stan ford Drug Co and get a freo sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For biliousness and constl carton they aro unequaled They Im prove tho apetitc strengthen the di gestion and regulate the liter and bowels Fort SALETwenty long yearling cattle good stock good colors 15 reds 4 blacks 1 Hereford Weight between 7 and 8 hundred Apply within next 10 days M D Crow Box 32 Shelby City Ky Gov Beckham has offered reward of 500 for tho arrest and conviction f tho murderer of Mrs Etly In Louis ville WANTED to sell a 200 once d Poland China sow splendidly bred and must go quickly This office FOR SALE I fiveanC1IIIIIIIftCI unit pnlntftlon lnrgUlat All stablet0cliurclivi W II MclloiiKHTH Htiinford Public Sale of Home in Crab Orchard AnnerntforMr KBtolVttiiv I will sell nt pilhllc nuct Ion nt Urnlt Orchtinl on HATtmiUY NOV t1IIIo nt i r the cottage on IJinriiMor d Htiin lord Htrwt Ornti Orrhurd ndjolnlnit Mn Kittle lIng Tho cottiige linn three rooms and n bull There In n uood Mntilo on thn prr IIIM s The cotliiRu new nnd In Rood rvmlritml the locution Is good Ternu cimli J u ANDKHHON P1U1BLIrCUSALEIo having decldtrl to move to Clovelnnd O I will Kllut imlillc sale nt my rrtlilcuco In OUlnhlm all TlltUHIUY NOV K 1WI One iilmton upriiiR WIIKOII linrncm siiil die Shorie Turning 1low l Hlngle Turn IIIR Ilnw t Double rodeq Iinple uuroteuud Iiauuhold brats l HlugloHhov ofnntIIlIds bureaus 7tibin and t1hlllrl I Vlrklf Oil Klove S Kitchen Hlovei Pouch lilu Mowing Murlilne Clock 1 Cook Htovei nod ninny other things too nil ineroiK to mention Ono Corn Urlmler torn Hlieller Urlndlng Phone Qood rglnhtReynolds duct Ottenhelm Ky HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States bare not heard of tbe CourierJournal Democratic to all things fair In all things clean la all things U U essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of ter the WEEKLY COUBIEBOURNAL one year aid thus paper for the price named above send your subscription for the com bloatlonto usoot t3 the Ojarler Joujnal Childrens Coats weleeaet I Ve have n largo selection of Childrens Coat 0 to 14 years in plain and fancy materials Prices range from 82CO to S75Q It costs very little to keep the children warm and alto looking Lot us show you it is worth a Good Deal to us to I Uae You know that this store is headquar ters 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 certainly 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 J CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY Conbs Belt Buckles and Beauty Pins tSee our line of Fancy Combs in all the newest styles at from 25c to 225 each Pearl and bretal buckles at 25 35 and 50c New and neat styles in Beauty Pins at 10 25 and 50c per set i December number of Pictorial Re view Patterns in Ask for a Fashion SheetEggs taken in exchange for goods at highest market price LMHUEYCODry Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY The Interior Journal Inured in the Poet Ofice at Stanford six ind ut matltr rCBUaUBO TUBHUAVS AND FJUDAY8 AT 500 PER YEAR CASH VT Wben not 10 paid HOO will be chimed i HAIR PARKERS Clnmu and heat fk the hdr Promote i a taxuriaol crowtK 1HaleaeMil rQII Cur n4ILOat NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOS8 ft CLABZSON Iron JUNCTION CITY KY TIntOlM Turnoutea t Rcaioaable Ratel Special Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Bale For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land eltuatet- Batt ontelde of town limit on the Somerel Rone hs rooms kItchen and er ateble and aU neceereryoutbufldlogea Water hydrant Ibtyatdand one J P BAILEY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building fFarm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately determined to quit tanning I will privately my fiirm of 213 ncres nonr toll 8 miles fromthe OHilorelnn Jon well Dnnvlllo X miles from Hustonvltle Crop consist of corn hny situated on pike Mtlll aDd broodmare oots W 111Fell ntitbnrgnlntIf I IIlId a buyer In the next a or 40 tiny 4ItL KING Morelnml Ky INSURANCE Wlad HtormiLlfe and Fire Lightning the end ltepreented Lowest Pos BRaT Oomptndee rdlUnequaUctd ble tatel Tittelkwitt a Paying ltea MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Ihono No 8L BDCARTERI CartersLivery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street BTNFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your la solicited Horse handled on commission tck Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale 1 wish to mil my fnrm pf 170 ere5 West well prowl the Len lBgton pike It Is nnd bu lancedybsty of r and timber sad In repair Also nn unimproved nrm of 100 acres between Lancnstrr and LaxIflBg midway WellJngton pikes Good outlet ench fenced Terms reasonable TIHKWUNG Harktbury K- yLAND FOR SALE I Will sell nrlvntely2Ilacres of flno farming tend situated one mile from 1nncnsttT on Lexington plkonbout lOucrvs In town lim rest Inits 111I1c cultivation rats All under good fence umlhui plenty of neverfulling water house is rood mid line necetsitry outbuildings Pouculon hen for needing purposes this dweltlnq This farmVnllnnd should bo seen to unappreciated Mince the tlty council Is enforcing the lands In She vicinity of ancaster has mlvunml nip Idly In price mulKooU Is In urcut demand W It Mot administrator It M 21 ou Lunctistrr Ky edS lteeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneseSaddlery tdcSTANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Rome Phone It JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalmed Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call trice Right STANFORD KENTUCKY I FARMERS DEPARTMENT At a sale in Mercer corn sold at 2 fieldwJ W Baughman sold to M J Mur phy a Polled Angus calf for 35- Frank Martin sold 95 acres of land two miles from Pcrryvillo at 7425 j John A Wood Co bought at liar rodsburg 15 mule colts at 60 nnd seven big mules at 110 George D Robinson sold to MrBo hon who bought his place his crop of corn at 2 in the crib ITho Dudley Bowman farm of 165 acrcs near Burgin was bought by C M Sax his 105ac 18000I G W Rob G D McCollum of Junction City had a fine family mare to die from bo ing kicked by another horse The National Council of Hortlcultu has decided to hold a Congress of lIor ticulturo at the Jamestown Exposition in 1907 Persons wanting to graze cattle on 80 acres of good grass and plenty of water apply to N W Pipes Hus- onville IESTRAYEDOne light red steer weigh about 800 pounds on Oct 25 nformation rewarded W II Murphy Stanford George W Vanderbilt will abandon his famous poultry yards at Baltimore N C as he has lost heavily in main taming them Sewell one of the most succcssfu jockeys of the turf died as the result of injuries received in a race at the Acqueduct track The corn crop in Hardin county which had such bright prospects dur ing the summer and early fall has been cut short by heavy and frequent rainsFOR SALE40 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 The preliminary returns to the Croi- Estimating Board of the department ol Agriculture according to a bulletin is sued show the production of corn In to be 2881090000 bushels COURT DAYThere were probably 1000 cattle here yesterday and a good many sold Prices ranged from 2Jc to 360 the latter for choice twoyear olds The horse and mule market was lively and the demand for them was goodA fairly good crowd attended the sale of Mr Silas Anderson and satis factory prices were realized Isle jack Modoc was bought by John B Ander son for 45 seven mares averaged 100 suckling colts 50 to 60 steers 2125 heifer calves 15 Bud Dunn has purchased two colts from Dr W L Hockaday for 200 each One is out of a Chester Dan mare by Rex Peavine and the othei sired by the same out of a King Richard mare They will be trained and handled by Master Charles Dunn whc won 13 straight blue ribbons this sea son with Bottle D whom he sold to C L Railey of Lexington for 600 Richmond Register The apple crop in the United States has just been estimated at 36120000 barrels This is 12255000 barrels more han tho 1905 crop The estimated crop in New York State is 4900000 mantels or larger by 1000000 barrels han the production in any other State Tho estimated New York crop equals tho crops of Maryland Virginia West Virginia Kentucky and Tennessee combined and if equally distributed to the people of the States would give half a barrel to each man woman and child Resolutions Of Respect CRAB ORCHARD KY Nov 9 1900 Whereas our brother T M Estes has been removed by violent and unnatural leans on Nov 6 1906 therefore boit resolved 1st That in his death tho lodge has lost an honored useful and loyal member his family a kind and indulgent hug and and father 2nd That we deeply deplore his untimely death and extend to the bereaved family our sincere sympathy 3rd That these resolutions be spread on the minutes of this lodge a copy sent to the family and published in the NTERIOR JOURNAL 4th That in respect for his memory the usual badge of mourning be worn Cor 30 days II L Wells W J Edmiston J T Roberts committee Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in tho laud are Dr KlngsNow Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strike hey quickly settle tho trouble and the purifying work goes right on lest cure for constipation headache and dizziness 2oo at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyne Hros Crab Orchard The lawyer plies a crafty art on we call partliesI Pneumonia Follows a Cold but never follows the use of Foleys lonoy and Tar It stops the cough ieal9and strengthens the lungs and fiords perfect security from an at nek of pneumonia Refuse siibstl Lutes Pennys Drug Store Hines For Campaign Chairman To tho shrewd political sagacity of Judge Henry S Hines Judgo Uager and Governor Beckham owe more Cor their success in tho recent primary than to any other ono source It Is known by all parties that Judge HineB was the chief adviser of these gentle men and now that the smoke has cleared away tho true Democracy of Ken tucky should take oil its hat to this stalwart partisan and true Southci gentleman Had Mr limes not with drawn from tho Auditors race there would have been no doubt of his election But In the interest of party harmony and a desire to sweep away every obstacle that might interfei with his choice in the race forJGoverni and United States Senator he grace folly stepped aside and put his own personal ambition behind him It takes a strong man and a loyal friend to do a thing of this kind Party nominees on the Democratic State tlckc are already suggesting his name as the of tho Campaign proper one for chairman Committee that will lead tho fight for Kentuckys Democracy next year If he can be induced to accept this position of trust and honor it Is believed that ho will have no opposition He should bo selected by all means and by acclamation Fulto- Dailcy Leader Made Happy for Life Great happiness camo Into tho bout of S C Blair school superintendent at St Albans W Va when his llttl daughter was restored tram tho dread ful complaint he names Ho says liMy little daughter had St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment but grew Btcudlly worse until as a mat resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say three bottles effected complete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general dc blllty female weaknesses Impoverished blood and malaria Guam anted by Pennys Drug Drug Star ford Lyne lire Crab Orchard Price LOc The fact that liquor is not sold in 82 counties of Kentucky is another illustration of tho old boast that Kentuckians make more and drink less whisk than tho people of any other State Atlanta Journal Sells More of Chamberlain Cough Remedy than of All Others Put Together Mr Tbos George a merchant Mt Elgin Ontario ssHI bay had the local agency for Chamber loins Cough Itemetly ever since It was Introduced Into Canada and I sell as much of it as I do of all other lines I have on my shelves put together Of the many dozens sold under euarante I have not had one bottle returned I can personally recommend this mod cone as used it myself and giver It to children and always with the best results For sale by Stanford Drug Co- Secretary I Shaw authorized the statement that he will not buy bonds refund or i ncrcase in nations tanks unless present conditions materially change Croup A reliable medicine and one that hould always be kept in the homo tot immediate use U Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent the attack given as soon as the child becomes Coarse or oven after thecroupycougli ippearH For sale by Stanford Drug Co Collectors Salt for Taxes Dui Crab Orchard Graded School District On HATIMIHAY JI IIIIII Mwovn tho ours or aril a n MIII front or the Lank Ill ldlug In Vnili Orcliunl K will null ut ubllo outcry to the highest mind l st htddvr lut herelnurttr mentioned fortuxix Ilue Oruli orchard Untried Hchool DUtrlct ror In nddltlun 10 till nlnount or askautllctont amount limit lie rcallztnl rout theo isnlea to a of l cr cent amid the cost of mlwrtUcmunt i J G Onrix nt r about t Flits furm at linrlcH linvls a here mini Ylsm IIIiittTUncrcji 4l 61frivoJWIiltuvnen 1IIrll Knto IVttun town lot 111- W Mnoru 8 ncrw na 10 llfdd le acre S 0 The following Is n further list of dpllnq who tHnonnl will bo Mold mincanttho0lovenndillulltn 111 prior to the date owl Admin II 00 Johll linker to- III linker i 1II Y K Uohbltt 0 lUibblttAdmr SdJ H Kiirtlutt huCiirtMMiter t Itt llCarnon I at- KConder 00 11IUook IdI- nrniiPi Wood T K Wray uck You III litOuunulmitlV Oroustilorn in- JUultonT ill ImCornii 1 in Johll Khan in nine Foley i rnitnh y linrlni HarrU I in AhllI HoliuiH IS lHlrlM HUtChlllHOII JIIIIIU Hiinliy Mm niterllclil y Illi nrlnixl JaiiUM I n II Kerr III nttlo Ktiia emits Iiikk I IIJ JI IIIIpe 1111 honins Mil III Jr 111 corco 1iirrlih I III Im Tiirruh I UI Johll Inynii JlIII IlWlHIIIltl II T It 1ettu t ill IIlrllm HIrulllU I 11 avid Htretit 111- 1Johll Vernon I in- porRoVnnhnok J I ID turull Wlllmrn at lilies AVIlbimi w OIOHOK w nupNAubu Treasurer anti Collector fur drub Orchard roderi School DUtriut i y COOKS QUAANTEECURE llouc pivvln lilood avlnenppedhoel lumpjnw ipllnt uprlnged tendon iween- thoniughpln warn and poll eVil JOIIXCOOK Hliiuforil Ky 55ACRE FARMFOR RENTI Tho lllclmnl Collier limit of acre on Cedar reek near W T Tucker For INro tlcular wet Thonm lUMiitn or write to Thomas Oolllr HoiuvnVt Hlu A Look Out for Bargains llet Ointitl Hoop 1 cake for dare lioxis tnatclu bur fat Uomu und net you iHivt lull nt U and ft now tuu and ft 1Itprice for protuice D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky PUBLIC SALE With the ItMinl nitreemtlit of tho liolr c r Amanda farter vntatv we will on HATUUI AYNOV hAl Nell one home and lot In JIllliilKOvlll Ilneoln county lloukecontiilnitlxrooiii lot ono ucrn anti never fnlllnff well on lot Turin made known on Joy of sale 41111 bfulnint oclock John K Tarter Ham I1 Tarter It It Tarter lamb Mounco hen J Kerrell lluth llarliiiu James rill Itllov purge heirs FARM FOR SALE Thu farm of tho tat John V Inliner Is for mile and the undersigned will Inks In Iho11I1 It to nay once ilolrln to purchiine Wane The farm domain II IIcnlI nnd U In larninl county neat 1abitlratellotllmnlchumortdt Lunater plke and Inn high etitte of cultlvnllon Any onehiivliitfclnlm ngHlntt wild Ial marseatutowill iiritiit them tom or inj nttorney L It walker proMrly proven J W 1A ItM Kit Kxeculor BlueGrass Farm For Sale I I de lro to toll privately my farm of acre In the Vint End fronting on the lllnckplke and two mile from lliutouvlllu Kurin II In excellent ituto of cultlvettonI- niprbtantentsIncludemi iiood reildenco of etx room and lit goal repulrtwu extrn goal stock Uiriis splendid condition Knriu line never falling wilier cittern nt ref Idonce nnd burn Knrm will IM sold on eny termi Ilea or write to inu nt Htiinford us McKlnney Ky IL C UAlUIIMAN GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASEJYOU Why buy nadYIIIRlIII clothing when then UM little dllTervllcu In tho prlco of really made cult ami tikiilt mutt to your meiiiur token by nu xMrlenctxl tailor 1 hans n handximo line of Mall mid Winter Rood cup mnku from n low price builncM cult JI Oercuotl Trou ers and Kniicy Veiti The l01lIn1 r represent U vrond to none lll IliriIKV The Tn Hlllllroni Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I farm S mile wet ol OuptII1tlrulnesraM lemp ortotwcco land ftlllnIgnu rArIlln M HUHlly ndvnntntie 0 nl to hll itgood on each piece nlno neveunry outbulldlnR The farm lay nlinott In It square holy one Hiiglo In line Then are three stuck utriii good tobacco barn 1 Htablen tenant liouv gotxl wilier In every lie ddx lantlng springs with 3 stream runtilns through whole truck j HTKKM OA ntf TItJIuitunvllle Ky POSTED IItrlcUyrorllpnMlnit on our plncr and will prof cute vi olator to the full extent of the law- Fral VonflruenlKiin llcleliiiiliach limos Krvtl VunAllnmn A ol1rullIll11lII Fart Ituunmnn nlOIItO llolinv- K Itelclienlmcli Joph Itiillou AOItIlIlIl MJ llodniuii- iMriMlliiydiii VoIcltM U MoorDnvlil Hteplioni Miirr llntTinnnn I I Nunnoltvy J lUiuKliiiin- nClirlitlnn Cirnycon J n JariKnUr- Jncoli Jcanweln sun Imiucron- Mr MJ A lilock overKml llnnilorf MnMIendletonW I ConlUT J Novlu Carter Peter Ilnliner JIICIIIUltloch nlllIlIlhlrI1JAltdellloll Carr JUHprntt J K lover N Elmon J W Peak II K Martin Me rV 1iixtoii W O Hunt W I Martin Hamuul Ilnilany To Reduce My Stock p- fSPECTACLES1 I will during the month of August sell at a discount all FRAMESETC und give tho same guarantee of tat isfuction us before Office over file Roberts Drug Store 9 to 12 A M 130 to 4 r M VV N Craig Stanford rrNS PRESCRIPTIONS I THREE THINGSI Accuracy Intelligence are a part of every prescrip tion we fill The doctor does not write them down with the other ingredients because of n tacit uudcretandiiig that they I are to go in always and he knows they WILL go in when you bring his order to us I Sra fordtug s co1 Grifon Brand Overcoats and Cravenette Rain- Coats Best Try one SAM ROBINSONJSTANFORD K- YGRPRITING The Emporium at Hustonville will JKrmit you to become A PARTNER In his PROFITS VIZ Three per cent on nil Cash tirchas MI when Buying lie SURH mill get your CHECKS for they have a VALUE of per cent iiotwithstnnding tho nil I undo on nil Conioditicfi We lire Mill telling at the Old Prices Clothing 1 a Our stock is largo and complete Material patterns and plyle can not ho surpassed 10 per cent otlnu Clothing including Ovcrcontu and Suits only Our rpaeon fir doillg this at the beginning tho sculson ft we huh wo are overstocked for this market eo our inUtako is your GAIN j Shoes Our reputation it wellknown in this line for handling and selling good SHOES Jt you have never testedalmair you are trio loser and not we Come and Be Convinced Our Millinery tock U uhvayn full RIll complete Listen 25 per CUlt tower than any city Give you the it IvititifVA of the latest IViidfin styled I We jcnichcd the market and give you tho benefit Come and be convinced In every department our stock is full and complete in Ladica anti Chill hens Cloaks Dry Good DrcM GIMKH Underwear and Notions Every thing for Tall and Winter Wear We ian do you good Conic and see us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Kyr All Kinds of HatchetsI Jand Axes of GEORGE H FARRIS N Prices Right on Cooking andi HeatingStoves at N 1 Geol DII Hoppers Stanford Ky I Hardware Queensware Tin wareGro ceries Field Seeds c All sizes sewer pipe just received YOUR WANTSINA Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery jWall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W Be McRoberts DRUGGISTI PHUSONA supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded