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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = h u e THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 NVOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1906ENO 71 CHURCH MATTERS Kentucky Wealeyan College has 000 endowment The salary of the Archbishop ot Canterbury ts 76000 n year The dedication of the Christie chifrch at Nlcholaavlllo will occur Dec 2 A pow In Grace church New York City has been sold for 3075 The ground rent la 81 a year Tho revival services at tho road wa Christian church Louisville will con- tinuo through this week There hay been 55 additions to tho church The Negro Baptist Association ot North Carolina in session at Salisbury adopted resolutions denouncing Presi dent Kooacvelt for discharging the three companies of colored infantry At tho Christian church Sunday Roy I M Omcr was unanlmonsly called tot another year lie hoe served the church as Its pastor for two years and is very popular with tho congregation- Ono of the surest ways to got boa and girls to go to Sunday school is for tho teachers to bo there in time to greet tho scholars and then have something Interesting to fell them says UieJessa mine Journal ik Tho revival meeting at the Christian church is being well attended and much good is being accomplished There have been 11 additions Rev Coktly closed a two weeks meeting at Frazier last Sunday with 27 addition to tho church Somerset Mountaineer MATRIMONIAL Ed Moore and Miss Irene Boone the y latter only 14 years old were married at Owlngsvillc I T Smith aged 43 and three times a widower and Mm Ellen Baker a widow of 27 were married Saturday- J W Powell the Dppot Street groc er and Mrs Mary launch drove to Lancaster and were married Sunday Congressman W Bourke Cochran end Miss Anna Ide daughter of former C Governor General Ide of tho Ihilip Inca were married in New York Mr William M Swope of Fayette county and Miss Mattie Hranham Gay were quietly married at Forest Home tho country homo of tho Gay family near Piigah Woodford county Tho ceremony was performed by Rev Jbhn S Shousc of Lexington Tho ceremony took place under a wedding bell of white chrysanthemums Mrs Annie Mountjoy of Mt Sterling was tho brides attendant and Mr James II Swope the bridegrooms brother of Lincoln county acted as his best man Only relatives were present at the wedding Mr Swope is a wealthy farmer and stock raiser Tho bride is a daughter of tho late John T Gay of Woodford and is a very attractive young woman In Time of Peace In tho Hrst month of the Russia Japan war wo had a striking example of tho necessity for preparation and k the early advantage of those who so to speak havo shingled their roots In dry weather II Thu virtue of prep aration has made history and given to us our greatest men Tho individual as well as the nation should bo prepared for any emergency Are you prepared to successfully combat the first cold you take A cold can bo cured much more quickly when treated as soon as it has been contracted and before it has become settled in the system Chamberlains Cough home dy is famous for Its cures of colds and It should bo kept at hand ready for instant use For salo by Stanford Drug Co- Taking into considcrat the popu larity of his opponent Gov Duckham made one of tho strongest races ever made in Kentucky as we have few men who cbmmand tho respect of all classes to a greater degree than Sena tor McCrcary Jessamine Journal CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will positively remove corns in four days Thor treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every customer whoso corns arc not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky A runaway horse plunged through the windows of tho First National Dank at Paducah and wrecked thQ terior stopping in the presidents of lice Several persons were cut by fly ing glass Cut this out and take it to tho Stan ford Drug Co and get a free samplo of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For biliousness and consti patton they are unequaled They Im Provo tho strengthen tho di jtostlo nand regulate the liver and bowels r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Carrlo Dunn colored was burns to death In her home at Nlcholasvllle Isaac Palmer was given 21 yearn for the killing of 0 F Arnett in Jessa mineSix men wero sentenced to tho pent tentiary in one days work of the Whitley Circuit court James Wilcox an aged and respected citizen of Madison is dead aged 71 He is survived by seven children W H Gilderslcevc of Mlddlcsboro has been appointed general superintend ent of tho tanneries of the United States Leather CompanyIJudge J S Bingham on petition of the qualified number of voters has called an election in Mlddlcsboro for December 12 on local option- It is stated that if the drys carry in the local option elections now approach Ing in Somerset Mlddlcsboro Clay and Whltloy counties there will not bcjleft a single licensed saloon In the 11th dis trictJudge Robert Boyd died at his home in London after a short illness He loft a large estate Judge Boyd was wellknow in Stanford where he fre quently attended the meetings of tho Cumberland Valley Land Co Tho official count showed that tho proposition to put the court house in decent shape had failed to pass and tho chances are the old hull will be al towed to rot down or kill some one and the taxpayers be made to pay many thousand dollars in damages Lancas ter Record Judge Bcthurum is evidently realiz ing there is something in running for Congress even though ho was defeated Never before in his life has ho been besieged by as many callers and thoso who can not come just write to tell him which postoffice they want Mt Vernon Signal II G Wingate Jailer Fitzgerald and Sheriff Coulter who were injured byI the carelessness of a streetcar conductor in Louisville on Bryan Day will file suit against the Louisville Street Railway Co for big damages the amounts aggregating probably as much as 15000 Danville Herald It cost Mr I C Drown tho well known farmer who resides near Atoka just 11875 for the killing of two rab bits before the gamolaw expired Warden William Phillips was near when the act was committed and promptly wore outa warrant for Mr Brown Tho defendant plead guilty and Judge Nichols assessed tho above finoAd Charles CundifT of Oak lull was found dead in bed from heart dis ease At the home of tho brido at Lon don Mr Woodson May of this city and Miss Lucy McKee wero joined in wedlock by Rev Mclntlre Mr and Mrs John Slesslnger havo issued invi tations to the marriage of their daughter Miss Helen Slessinger to Mr Jas Alfred Boner on Thursday afternoon Nov 22 Matthew Milo Dodge n prominent citizen of Somerset is dead aged 76 Somerset Journal The Treasure A wife to love The whole day long A wife to bltttne When things go wrong A wife to clothe A wife to feed A wife to touch When coin you need A wife to kiss Away earths stings A wife to fetch And carry things A wife to pet A wife to tease A wife at times To try to please A wife from want To shield and screen A wife on whom To vent your spleen Oh believe me men Throughout tints life Theros nothing like A little wife Cured of Brlghts Disease Mr Robert O Burke Elnoriv N Y writes II Before I started to use Foloys Kidney Cure I hall to got up From 12 to 20 times a night and I was ill bloated up with dropsy and my jyeslght was so impaired I could scarcely sec ono of my family across the room I had given up all hope of living when a friend recommended o loyn Kidney Cure One 60 cent bottle worked wonders and before I had to ken the third bottlo tho dropsy had gone as well as all other symptoms jf Urights disease Pennys Drug Store That part of the fair known as the Midway Plalaance at Chicago The Midway at Buffalo The Pike at St Louis and Tho Trail at Port ahd will be called Tho Warpath at Jamestown Former Auditor Sherrick of Indiana wlis released on bond Vl NEWS NOTES Some land on Wabash avenue In Chicago sold for 2500 an inch Edward Shipley a wellknown Cir cinnati printer suicided by shooting Drink was the cause Thomas K Jett died in Frankli county from injures received whil working with a corn shredder Enormous damage was done by floods in Washington State The rail roads and tho farmers suffered severely The Negro who went on a rampage and killed several men was surrounds in a barn near Asheville N C and shotTho United States Government hoi made tho initial move to dissolve thi Standard Oil Trust by filing a suit at St Louis Mims Devcrenux was hanged at Mill cdgcville Ga for murder after a des potato struggle with tho Sheriff and his deputy A powder and dynamite magazine at a rock quarry near Mitchell Ind ex ploded killing three men and injuring several others According to his wifes testimony ir her suit for divorce Forrest E Bryant of Toledo 0 stopped family prayer ir order to give his wife a beating Lexington is facing a coal famine thero being only a few cars of this fuel now on hand there Shortage of cars at the mines is held to be respon sable One fox was killed by the dogs running in tho allage stake at tho meet of tho National Fox Hunters Association at Bardstown A Kentucky hound won the blue Saverlo Lagana who stabbed to death Rossi a famous Naples zoologist Is writing letters to the pursuing Ital- Ian police threatening to murder any who attempt his arrest Judge Robert Stout in tho Franklin circuit court held constitutional tho act of tho special session of tho Legis lature fixing a tax on each gallon of rectified whisky made in Kentucky An appeal will bo taken at once The United Daughters of the Con federacy at Gulfport adopted resolu Lion thanking President Roosevelt for the part he played In tho passage of the act providing for marking tho graves of Confederates who died in Northern prisons Under a decision of the County Judge of Trigg county no election can be held in Cadiz to decide whether or not saloons shall be allowed in that place The decision is that an election in Cadiz should have been asked for before the county election The court of appeals holds unconsti tutional the Richardson law fixing a tax rate of 50 cents on each barrel of rectified whisky sold and requiring- a report to be made to the Secretary of State The court holds tho act to be one purely for revenue and therefore void because it originated in the Senate A Year of Blood The year 1003 will long bo remem tiered in tho home of F N Tacket of Alliance Ky as a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr rackets lungs that death seemed very near Ho writes Severe blecdipg from the lungs and n frightful cough had brought me ut deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption with the as tonishing result that ater taking four bottles I was completely restored and as time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lynu Hros Crab Orchard Prlco COo and 81 Trial bottle free A rousing meeting of tobacco growers was held at Winchester Saturday after noon addressed by Judge William Beckner Nearly every precinct in the county has been organized The burley tobacco society has opened general offices in that city with Lucien Beckner in charge Gov Luko P Blackburn whoso reputation as a physician and phi Ian thro list is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Drab Orchard Water is the best aper ent known to tho medical profession md will cUro more diseases than any ono remedy I have ever usedtGet a bottle of Whites Diamond Braid Orchard Water For solo by all druggists and country stores State Inspector Henry B Hines ox eels to complete this week his m- eortbn the fiscal conditions in Owen county and will make an extended report to the Governor within a short time Pneumonia Follows a Cold but never follows tho uso of Foloys loney and Tar It stops the cough eels and strengthens the lungs and fords perfect security from an attack of pneumonia Refuse substl utes Pennys Drug Store W C Greening HUSTONVILLE and P W Green o PLexington were here Saturday Milton McCormack Jerry Adams am Owen Williams have returned from successful bird hunt in Casey county There will be union services at the Christian church on Thanksgiving eve ning 29th The sermon will bo by Rev S B Lander Frank Vaughn has opened a well equipped meat market in the Ark and the cut in prices gave him a bit rush of business 11 R Camnitz left for Cinclunati to resume his work for the Ohio Vallej Publishing Co Miss Annabel Wheeler left Saturday for Maysvillc The union prayer meeting Wednes day evening at the Presbyterian church will bo conducted by Prof McVey Ev erybody cordially invited to attend =The Huatonvillo Hop Club announce their eighth Thanksgiving dance at Al corns Opera House on the evening of Nov 30th Invitations will be mailed this week There is only a quene between the initials of the contracting parties who are to enter the matrimonial state or the 28th Their names will be giver next Tuesday Rev Hall of Ballard county preached at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening He Is1an appli cant for the pastorate to bo vacated by Rev Mills Dee 1st The Emporium is loud in Its praisqs of tho efficiency of the INTERIOR Joun NAL as an advertising medium Busi ness there has the genuine hum of the city market on cut price days Charles Lutes bought and shipped five car loads of export cattle last week for which he paid 5c Ho bought one car from B D Holtzclaw to be received the 20th at 5c and one car from S T Harris to go Dec 20 at5c Tom Gooch is buying turkeys by tho carload Some very large droves willI pass through here this week for Stan apoultrywhich will enable our people to get a better price for their fowls as they will not have to be driven so far to slaughterLee and wife of Birmingham are visiting his bisters Mrs J G Weatherford and Miss Bottle Logan Mr Logan is a native of pur city but has not visited here since the fire A small particle of a nail ho was driving struck Mr Logan near the pupil of his eye seriously injuring it He is being treated by Dr Alcorn Miss Edna Kayser of Home City 0 is the guest of Miss Mello Hopper Mrs J C Barker was called to Huntsville Tenn on account of tho illness of her mother W S Van Arsdale and wife leave this week for Mercer coun ty where they will make their future home They have lived in the West End several years and carry with them the best wishes of this community Had a Close Call A dangerous surgical operation Involving the removal of a malignant ulcer as large as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by the application of Bucklens Arnica Salve says A C Stlckol of Miletus W Vu Persistent use of the Salvo completely cured It Cures cuts burns and injuries 2oc at Pen nys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard A posthumous letter from Mrs Jef ferson Davis was read at the meeting of the Daughters of tho Confederacy at Gulfport Miss in which she sought- to vindicate herself for not having buried her husband in that State Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the laud are Dr KJngs Now Life PiUs When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settle tho trouble rind the purifying work goes right on Best cure for constipation headache sad dizziness 25o at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Thomas ng a passenger on n Big Sandy train cut and seriously wounded the conductor and brakeman who were endeavoring to stop him from swearing In tho presence of women croup A reliable medicine and ono that hould always be kept In tho homo for Immediate use Is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent tho attack If given as soon as the child becomes coarse or oven after tho croupycough ippours For sale by Stanford Drug Co Mrs Maud Creffield held in the ting county jail at Seattle Wash as- an accomplice in the murder of George Mitchell in tho Union Station died sud only in her cell A Texas Negro shot and killed the man who was deputized to arrest himj DANVILLE KYt Nine Day sale ft Gain space For an unusually largo Uric of Holiday Goods which wo will put out on FRIDAY NOV 30th To get this space at once we are willing to pay well for it That is the only reason whwe would sacrifice thousands of dollars worth of our most desirable ond seasonable goods Sale Begins ToDay and Continues Nine Days 10 Tailored Suits We will offer you choice of 100 Tailored Suits at 810 75of these are entirely new and up to date in every way All colors and alleizeafdr ladled and misses Values from 815 to 2250 About 25 suits with long tight fitted coats last seasons models but still in style These were 25 to 840 f iO Cloaks t We offer you choice of about 50 new quacks nt 810 These aro50 inches long and made of all wool cloth in blacks navy brown and covert Also n variety of very attractive plaids and mixtures These are all wnoland not a cloak in the lot but is worth over 1250 iO RaincoatsCho- ice of 3h entirely new Raincoats in blacks navy tans and greyst worth from 812 50 to Sl8 each We advise early calls to secure any of tha lotITen Childrens Sailor suits from size 10 to 14 fit 8250 the 8f Blankets and Comforts 10 per cent off We offer our entire line of cotton and all wool blankets and robes at n discount of 10 per cent for this sale Also the celebrated MaishsLainiuatctl Com- fortsOuting Cloth Gowns 10 per cent off Our entire line of Outing Cloth Gowns at lti per cent discount for this sale These wore hut recently received but they are bulky and wo are willing to pay for room I5C Outing Cloth lOc During this sale you can buy our finest loc Outing Cloths nod Flannel- ettes nt lOc yard offs Wool Plaids 33 l3c- Wo n olfer 200 yards of double width Plaid Wool dress goods our regular SOc goods at o3J cents These are very fine for waists and fpr children useLadies Kimonos14 Off During this solo we will oiler all our long nod short Iviniohbs at one fourth less than usual prices A Counter of Remnants at about half the yard prices DANVILLE KY e ti J w The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH It acaadklntaforltopresentntf of Llneoln county subject to tho action the Uemo tratlo party J T ROBERTS- Ii n tfnndltlnte for Magistrate In the Omb Orctuml Magisterial District subject to thu Action ot the democratic party Democratic Ticket For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county To the average man the making or thread appears a rather small business and the statement that the J S P Coats Company thread manufacturers of Pawtucket R L made a profit for the past year of 15 millions will bi a surprise The par value of the stock of the company is 50 a share its market value 67750 1ho reason that making sewing thread is so profitable is that the tariff upon it at pres ent is cents per dozen spools of 100I yards each This and somewhat high er duties in the past have succeeded in protecting the industry of foreign capitalists established in our own country to the extent indicated by the figures above given The moral orI that protection would not have been in the least affected had all the stock been owned in the United States It wasn tax upon the relatively poor and upon those whose work came into the most strenuous and desperate competi tion with that of multitudes of their own class Down with the robber tar iff AUSTRALIA is preparing for an old age pension for all who need it A commission appointed by the govern ment recommends that such pensions be provided throughout the common wealth the maximum U be 243 per week which it is estimated will require 7299750 per annum The com mission recommends that an old ago pension bill be introduced into parlia ment carrying out its plans If pen sions are to do away with alms houses the experiment may prove profitable TilE lone Republican Representative from North Carolina Spencer Blackburn was defeated by 700 majority last week by his Democratic opponent but relying on the majority in Congress to show that might is right he will contest charging fraud and intimi dation He has nothing to lose and all to gain by the contest for if he does not get the seat he will get about a years salary out of the government in contest fees IT is computed that this counntry spent in 1905 771000000 for beer 567000000 for whisky and 36000 000 for wine an aggregate for alco bolic drinks of 1324000000 The total for tea coffee and cocoa was 229000000 We do not like to hurt anybodys feelings but we are constrained to say that some of us are drinking more than is necessary FOR the first time in a number of years there is a democratic majority in in Now Jersey on the total popular vote and the republicans are ex iencing misgivings as to a new term fort Senator Dryden As the Legislature Is republican by a small margin it is expected however that he will buy the scat again A NEW JERSEY man whose salary is 10 a week has been ordered by the court to pay his wife 8 a week alimony If he has to do this or go to jail he will likely want to make up It would be cheaper EDITOR CAMPBELL of the Somerset Journal wants to sell a half interest in that good paper This is a splendid opportunity for some young energetic man and we predict the bargain will not be long ingoing POLITICAL Hon Harvey Helms official majority in Mercer is 330 The Washington Star picks Senator Blackburn for a member of Bryans cabinetIt that Senator Platts recent marital difficulties may hasten his retirement from the Senate William R Heart in an interview in St Louis said he would have been elected Governor of New York but for the opposition of McCarren and Mc ClellanWarrants by the wholesale are ex pected in Lexington against alleged offenders at the recent primary elec tion an a result of investigations made by and at the instance of Attorney Gen eral Hays- Dr Milton Board may resign as a member of the State Board of Control of Charitable Institutions according to a report in Frankfort to become super 4 intendent of the Western Kentucky In sane Asylum Friends of E T Franks Internal 0 Revenue Collector in the Second dis tHct have started a boom for him for tWBepublican nomination for Gover jwr ef Kentucky and claim that he will wfa ta walk f4JJzu- tt a r iL c Q 1u John IL McFarland has been appointed postmaster at Lebanon Junc tion and James H Tresper at Tresper Knox county In an interview at San Antonio Tex W R Hearst said that ho will never again be a candidate though he will continue to advocate the principles fo which he has made a fight Congressman Bankhead has written letters to Alabama legislators asking whether or not they understand his in dorsement in the Senatorial primary as calling for his election at the next regular election if there is a vacancy One of the wisest things the democrats of Kentucky ever did was to nom inato Col John K Hendrick for attorney general His eloquent tongue and strong personality will add thousand of votes to the ticket next year says the Hopkinsville Kentuckian No decision has been reached by Gov Beckham regarding the calling of ar extra session of the General Assembly to consider amendment of the Sunday closing laws It is said the members of the two houses will be sounded by the AntiSaloon League before a final decision is made William Randolph Hearst Independence League and democratic candidate for governor of New York certified to the Secretary of State that ho had spent 256370 in promoting his can vass divided as follows Independence League 193870 democratic StateI committee 57000 traveling expenses 500 Here and There The Barbourville Water Power and Light Co has been organized- A Louisville man has perfected a device for telephoning from moving trains Three men were killed in a rear end collision on the Illinois Central tear Fulton Two thousand motormen and conductors in Cincinnati will get an in crease of wages byISecretary Shaw thinks currency leg slation necessary but will not recommend a detailed plan rA shot from her mothers revolver accidentally ended the life of a five yearold girl at Now Orleans Although Kentuckys wealth is estimated at a billion and a half Indiana is nearly three times greater Norfolk Va has been selected as the next meeting place for the United Daughters of the Confederacy The temperance people of Bourbon ounty are making active peparations for warfare against the open saloon- C F Kimball a drummer committed suicide at the Seelbach Hotel at himelfInYoung and wife were given 30 days in the work house for killing John Wal 1lace King of Duluth Minn has just married for the eighth time All of his wives except the present have died Caruso the famous tenor is prostrated at his hotel in New York over the seriousness of the charge made against him by a woman The son of United States District Attorney Dyer of St Louis has been indicted on the charge of embezzling 51500 from the Subtreasury there Kentuckys average yield of tobacco per acre is put at 807 pounds the condition at St per cent in a statement issued by the Department of Agricul are Logs of the aggregate value of over 100000 have passed down the Cumberland river during the past 24 hours as a result of the biggest logging tide in father of James Taylor Jr a young white man who shot and killed a Negro near Pittsburg says he will give 1000 to see his son brought to justice While trying to arrest a student a police officer was surrounded by a crowd of boys from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville Ark and shot in the back District Attorney Jerome reports that he finds no law under which to prosecute officials of the Mutual Life Insurance Company except in two cases already prosecuted The cheap imitations of Foleys buoy and Tar cost you the same as- the genuine in the yellow package Why then risk your health perhaps your life taking them when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure your cold and prevent serious results It is guaranteed Pennys Drug Store Thecoal situation in Danville grows more serious each day There is very little of the article in the local yards Bnd the outlook for a coal famine lasting several weeks is apparent says the dvocate Agency Secured We have secured the agency for- the Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup U new laxative that makes the liver lively purifies the breath cures headache and regulates the digestive organs Cures chronic constipation Ask us about it Pennys Drug Store 1 PARKERS CIuHAIRtALSAM rtuTNrercolorOur wLPoultry And Eggs Wanted TurklIIIIIIAlso rabbits Will he found conttantly lit lilY otilea on Lancaterlit J Elluck immtimr UlI Nortbcott lUport MID Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Htnnfonl In till Htnte of Kentucky nt the closoof buMnfU Nov li HKAOCKCFJi Loans and Discounts I ttWlxl OvvrdriiftMecurvdnmlunmCund lisiff JI U Honda to secure circulation tOrU H Premiums on U H Iwnds I0lloiuU sicurl ties tto 8S5S ro flunking house furniture njulUt- urtfs 5788 n Other renl estate owned VH V Due front Mntfonnl Hank not re KluoHue frotnapnrowttivservoiigvnts isiWRl Check and other rath Items 7 B Notes of other National Hunks 213 W Fractional IUIHT currency nickels i nnd cents 1SS3 Lawful Money nestrye In think HIcteIII 8tt U Isntt iulcrnotM sOW la Jdtn LTtnudrzFSLSl6CN t6 Cnpltal Stock puld In 4Jn1 W Hurplus flllltlwlIoUW Undivided profit loss expanse and taxes pnld n12i National Hunk note outstanding 4540 Ui Junlo other National hank 6Jtu tit Duo to Htnto Hank and Hankers 7a5 J indlvldunltleposltsaubjrct chink IU jd Notes and Hill ItedUcounted 7421 1- 0uetvi nIruttne lunik do solemnly swear that the HuyknowledguJOHN J McltoiiKiiT Cashier thllithlknlgliaua FOR SALE I Heautlful iintodiite little homo live wlltrl1IIwlIIIIIlIdoutlmuns In good jirn with water u town and convenient to all churches McUoiiMnnHttinfonl Public Sale of Home in Crab Orchard As agent for Mrs Knto IVttus I will tell at pillule auction lit CrnUOrclianl on HATUIIDAY NOV 21105 at IP rottimu on CrabOrchard A Htan fnnlXtryvt CMnili Orchard ndjalakigSlrs The cottage three worn and a hall There Is n sillhi oil the rennles Tim cottHKo Is new and In gaxt- rrladrtind tile location Is Rood Terms cniili J ANDKUHUN Col J T Chandler And Hejiort of tltoCondlllonof- LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK at Htanfonl Kyln the Htute of Kentucky nt titoelouof business NOItIlId nud Discounts I MX7I S3 Trdriiltssecurvtliiiidiiiisociire l uWt in U K lUmds to scow circulation Alto W nnd IU tunIIafli W Due from National Hanks not servc iiRenls HtCO DUP from mate lUinken fttt W Due from nmirowd IMnungnll Wss vt Cluckn nnd othrrrimli Items IAII Noted ot National Hanks UM KriictlonalpiiHrcurnncynlckali IM nlt IcVat Ilenervo In llnnk ttOIIlIlIJ 101100 fund vu urertbtwretof circulation 111 m 1101001 to IIAIlIIlTirK- tfnpltal Htocl lild In t fjJH1 Hurnlu hind V uU Undlvldiiirollti loss rxnuiiMis and taxes tom National llnnk notMoiiUtandliiK 4tyUto Due to other Nat Ililnk lff 1 II lluotoHtato llanlrj and Hunkers 1- 5IiMllvldnal delwn ltit sub ject to check JltillW R 3IU of Notes and GIII H- IlUservwl for tlllllIso m- IWUC70 Htnto of Kentucky of Lincoln si I W M Ciuhler of tlienliovanninnl kink do solemnly swear that tho alive statement Is true to the Ivt of n knowl etlgunndlIIoL W M llKliiliTCashler Suhcrlled nail to Imforo mo thl th dnyof Nov lao J1SIcIolrlNP Correct Attest ItHhanks J Ows eyWO Vnlker Directors Honest Mike strew The Honest Dike is a Great Boot Just the thing for Farmers And Everybody out in all kinds of weather Honest Mike keeps your feet dry stands rough wear is strong and ser vicea- blePRICE 400 W E Perkins IIKentucky Every Housekeeper Needs- a Combination Window CLEANER Stop at W H Higgins Window and see the Latest WIf HIGGiNSSta- nford Kentucky Say dont you think this Shower Bath would be fine on a hot Summer day I would like to give you figs ures on a bath roome complete Hot and cold water put in your country home at IQO to 500 Satisfaction guaranteed S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber n I OVER6OTS L Our Stock of Overcoats Is Indeed Fine- S rfii n We only ask those who know and those who care to purchase to give us an opportunity to show them Of course Greys and Blacks are the only things shown and we show them in great variety at Prices from 5 to 20 tt RAIN GOATS aIblock Look at them and see Black Shield t Sleeker 250 Black Fish Sleeker 3 The old light colored Rover Coat dry as a powder horn 5 A Boys Mcintosh 3 A Boys Cravinette 5 Our Mens Cravinettes are ideal garments at 10 15 1750 and 20 in neat smooth fabrics in Blacks or Grey with long center vents H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY i HAIRBRUSHES I A GOOD Hair Brush is something that no family can get along without We have every kind but a POOR ONEAt 25c to 2 each PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky A Large Consumer ofICoal will find it is to his intercalate consult lus before buying the mostr inLincoln ouIWhy Not Try a Sample Load WBEBDENHAM 0 The Bride Will Rejoice t i y At the presents Ibo receives no matter what they may be or where they canto from But if you wish to be sure that your offering will receive the admiring attention ot everybody get it at a jewelry store Then you arc SURE to bo right You CANT go wrong by giving jew elry And you tJANT go wrong if you get it here goodtastoWofigures i Always trust to us to have the right goods EaH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville J 1r We Have Replenished With tho very best creations our stock of Cloaks Skirts SiiiU and Waists They ate very pretty thud different from any yet shown Silksi OflISEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY r STANFORD KY Nov 20 190G Wn have ju t received a big sunpl of Comic and Leather Post Cards Ten nys Drug Store PERSONALS Mus G T AsiiLOCk Is quito sick Miss DOLL1E McltODBKTS is will Richmond friends MR U E LEI SiM3 returned toTus cumbla Ala Sunday Mn LEVI ELUBR of Crab Orchard Is In town Richmond Register I MR JONUS DAUOIIMAN and his handsome bride were here from the West End with friends Friday Mis na Stun AND Bnssu HAUGH MAN of HuBtonvHIc are with Misses Elizabeth and Poachio Baughman TUB Young Married Peoples Soda Club will meet with Mr and Mrs W II Wcarcn Friday evening at 730 MRS L C LEE of Knoxvllle and Mlis Bodio Jones of Milan Tenn were guests of Mrs MattloNevlus Mils L M WESTERKIELO and children who havo been with Mrs M D Elmore returned to Livingston Friday MRS J II REID and sons of Hus tonvlllc took Saturdays train for Cor bin to visit tho husband and father there TllB Young Ladles Thursday Afternoon Club will meet with Mrs J G Carpenter Jr Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock 4Mns SMITH PENNEY and daughter of St Joseph Mo aro with her fath er Mr John K Baughman In tho West End DR W N CRAIO went to MIddlcsbo ro Friday Ho took along his optical goods and may fit a few spectacles during his absence- r SATURDAYS CourierJournal contain ed a good picture of W K Shugars Jr tho handsome son of Mr and Mrs W K Shugars of Brodhead MRS W P G YENS and daughter Isabella leave Sunday night for lien dcrsonville N C where they will remain for 10 days Advocate tMu LOGAN MONTGOMERY who lived n county many years ago was elected sheriff of Shasba county Cali I fornia on tho democratic ticket Mn LOGAN R HUGHES had the mis fortune to step on a nail which pene trated his right foot to a painful depth Ho now belongs to the limping brigade MR WILL SODEN who has a good I postlon with tho City Flouring MUll In Knoxville was the guest of his grand parents Col and Mrs W H Dud derar MR AND MRS RICHARD HOLLAND or Paducah Mrs Mottle Graham or- t Lebanon and Miss Johnnlo Beard of Hopklnsvlllo were guests of Mr and Mrs E L Rinhart I JOHN BRIGHT JR went to Somerset h yesterday to take a position with The Waddlo Grocery Co wholesale and retail dealers Earl Withers has succeeded him In Mr George D Hoppers JAMES I HAMILTON of Lancaster who did yeoman work for Gov Beck ham in Garrard county before tho primary election was here on his way to North Dakota on a business trip Frankfort Journal MESSRS J ML ALVERSON and K II returned last night from a visit fColTey James T Mcnefeo at Alton III While gone they also visited St Louis and Memphis friends where they were also delightfully entertained MISSES MATTIE MAE AND LILLIAN LEAVELL of Bryantaville are guests of Miss Tevls Carpenter The latter sang Beautiful Islo of Somewhere very sweetly at the Christian churchr r Sunday morning She has a char Wing voice and remarkable control of It MR GEO L PENNY a prominent druggist of Stanford was hero on busl uess Mr Penny takes a prominent part in politics in his section and was much pleased at tho nomination of Judge linger for governor He called on him in his office and offered his con gratulattonsFrankfort JournalI EOUERT WALLIN has resigned hisI position with W J Sparks and accepted a position as Special Agent for the Southern railroad with headquarters at Somerset Conn Brown has aban doned his trip to Alaska and is now telegraphing for tho Southern Pacific railroad in California Mt Vernon Signalat LOCALS Tim Ladies Aid Society of the Bap tist church will have an exchange on r r Saturday Dec 22 Black cake a spec j ialty i Foil heating stoves go to George II Farris lies got cm Fort RENTMy cottage on Portma Avenue J C McGlary GET your gun fixed nt Burkes 237 Main Street Danville Ky ATTEND I Tcvis great jack nn jennet sale near Shelby City today A NICE line of stoves and ranges at Singletons store Prices right Fort SALIblood Plymouth Rock roosters Mrs W C Shanks 2t Fort want of space will sell two new sowing machines at cost W H Mueller REAL Moore Offutts ad In this paper for particulars of a frco trip to Cor bin DIAMONDS in rings in brooches it studs in culT buttons etc at Mu ellers LOST Eye glasses and chain between Presbyterian and Methodist churches Return to this office Fon SALE 5000 ginseng seed at per 1000 Also 400 ginseng plants A P Brackctt Stanford I AM prepared to kill hogs and wil deliver to any ono within one mile or my place at COc each Hayden Shanks Rowland Tim First National Bank has put In place in its vault a large number or safety deposit boxes for the benefit or Its customers FOR RENT Tho office in the INTER IOR JOURNAL building now occupied by J S Owslcy Jr Is for rent for tho year 1907 Call at this office FRED BADMAN JR carrier on rural route No3 has had a wagon built which is a marvel of convenience for the purpose for which It is used A LOCAL this paper brought 15 applicants to W H Mueller the jeweler who advertised that ho wanted a lady clerk Miss Myrtle OBanuon secured tho position COOKS are scarce and some of them as mean as tho devil Lancaster Record Right you are Lewis The same condition exists here except probably n little more so MRS W S JONES to show her appreciation of the liberal patronage of the young men Is preparing to give them a pleasant surprise on Thanks giving evening JOHN F ENGLEMAN is enjoying his 15day holiday given him by Uncle Sam on his completing a year as car- net on R F D No1 Mr S L Bur dett his substitute is carrying the mall during Mr Es layoff MR B F SLAVIN a prominent citi zen of Boyle died Friday He was In fine health until the Sunday before when ho suffered a stroke of paralysis Ho lived in Garrard until some six or eight years ago and was as much liked there as he was in Boyle NOTICE Fiscal court of Lincoln county will convene in special session on Thursday Dec 20th 1900 and all turnpike contractors who have com pleted their contracts and want any Christmas money will file their claims with tho clerk on or before that day R C Warren judge Lincoln county court Nov 19 1900 HAPPY OCCASION The children and datives of Mrs Mary C Givens gave her a royal dinner Sunday in celebra lon or her Seth birthday Some 25 guests were present and it was an oc asion that will not soon bo forgotten by them Mrs Givens was in very rood health and enjoyed the day as nuch as did her children grandchild ren and relatives Each of her childI ren brought a present which will be perished by tho aged mother during the remainder of her life The dinner able was a thing of beauty and a joy ror the while In the center was an immense marshmallow cake brought by Mrs G C Givens and on which 80 tiny candles burned Tho menu includ cd turkey oysters quail on toast old ham etc and ices of several kinds The house was prettily decorated with vhite and yellow chrysanthemums Among the guests were Drs Steele 3alley and J G Carpenter who were Mrs Givens physicians during her ill icss of a year ago 1f We Told You We told you it was going to get cold Did the wcnther cntch you without the needed winter clothing Better Get Ready For The NextB- ycoming to us fur your winter needs Ourstore ill fairly bristling wit h new and pretty winter goods Lookout For our Bnrgnin Solo in liens Womens and Childrens Odd Lots in Un derwear More about it Inter 1 LOST Hound pup lemon spots am one mealy ear Reward for recovery M V Keeton Danville 2t I WILL absent from my office for n few days Watch for notice of return In the I J WNCraig WATCH out for W U Muellcr big ad next issue Ho will tell you something about Xmas presents THE Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs John U Foster at 2 p Saturday C L ASHLEY of the TurnorsvIIU section found a grip which the owner can get by describing and paying for this notice r highestIthan Saturday H B Northcott J E Buck manager THERE will be a musesieal entertain ment at the Graded School on Wednesday evening of next week The program will appear In Fridays paper CARD OP THANKS band Mrs D M Anderson wish to extend theft thanks to the many kind friends who ministered help and comfort to them during the sickness and death of their son Willie And also to the faithful physician who patiently watched with them to tho last LANCASTER has one of the best florists in the state In Mr John Chnst manwho has erected largo uptodate green houses on Richmond street near tho railroad crossing lie has quite a number of growing flowers and many potted plants which he sells at the very lowest prices Lancaster Record TilE Somerset Re icapsays that Eld Joseph Ballou of this place made an excellent talk there In advocacy of local option That paper says of this splen did old gentleman Ho has become aged and gray in good work but has about the same vigor and energy in his speaking as he had 25 years ago He touched vigorously upon every phase of the drink traffic and every sentence had a telling point against the business Every argument ho made was strong and unanswerable and was forcibly im pressed by suitable illustration or ancc doteNOTICETo tho people of Lincoln county and towns of Stanford and Crab Orchard Wo are taxed to deathand tho weight of taxation is more than wo can stand and I shall commence my crusade against unholy taxation at Neals Schoolhouse next Thursday night Nov 22 and at Saufley School house Friday night NoVo 23 and will continue from night to night until I speakat every schoolhouse in Lin coin county I am no candidate but wish to abolish unjust and oppressive taxation in order that both the white man and Negro bo freeF- ONTAINE Fox BOBBITT LATER Owing to the inclemency of the weather a very severe cold and being engaged In a homicidal trial that may continue for the week 1 withdraw for the present my appointment at Neals Creek School house and Mat Martins Schoolhouse for next Thurs day and Friday nights CIRCUIT COURTBF Roach in a lengthy opinion decided Saturday morning that the city council of Stan ford did right in not granting saloon license after the county had gone dry under the Unit law and of course reused to grant tho mandamus asked by Attorney George B Saufley who represents the wet side lion P M McRobcrts is the attorney for the drys Both made able arguments eforo Judge Roach The decision upholds constitutionality of the Unit aw Tho case will be appealed John lIurzog was fined 180 for keeping a disorderly house Ike Cunningham ought 20 in ono caso and 50 in mother for illegal trafllc of whisky Jake Wilson was acquitted of carrying concealed Weapons but caught a 50 fine for giving liquor to a minor Tho case of James Ih Kennedy for tilling T Milt Estes at Crab Orchard attentionfry has been secured and it Is likely that the taking of evidence will begin today Judge MC Saufley and Messrs co B Saufley and C C Williams the latter of Mt Vernon represent Mr Kennedy Hons Harvey Helm and R H Tomlinson aro assisting Common wealths Attorney C A Hardin e s SALTFour carloads of salt Just arrived both for retail and wholesal trade X H Baughman Co AFTER dayeof hard rain tho sun is shining this morning but it is too wajrm to stay clear long The past weeks weather has been the worst everSOMEscamp broke Into the Grade School building Friday or Saturda night and appropVIated a lot of pencils tablets and other school childrens par nphcrnalia An effort Is being made to locate the guilty party In New Jersey they put men In jail for failure to pay their poll tax One is now serving a term for failure to pay the tax and costs of 260 Passengers are being carried free on river packets between Wheeling and Parkersburg as a result of competition between rival lin- esYiTM OJ E l Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Inln Killer firrm IvtruVfr Dlwnso Ilan Ishsr1110x1 Vltnllier Health and strength Restorer N II Bogie OHnrksbury Kentucky lenvriil Age- ntPUBLIC SALE IlnTlng decided to move to Cleveland 0r will wllllt stile nt my reshience In OttenhelnthyunTILU1u4DAY NOV itsOne uhifton Rprlng wnRon hnriux sad tilt iliorw Turnlnn Plow single Turn lug 1lowX Double shovels Implo aunts and household Uondg Hlntde show Pt flow lines Ilnkis 1ltclifork lot of Plover Hiiy lintrein of Corn In crl- h1IhlII llurenu Tables and huts WIclcIrM Oil Wove i Kitchen stoves Couch Ines seeing Machine locks I Took dotes and innnv other thing too nu mprou to mention Ono Corn Irlmler Corn shelter IrlndliiK stone loixl llork und Fine Milk Cow Hnlo to begin utiIlAX K ANZKNHAOH H Iteynolili Auct Ottrnliclm Ky JflMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEAUB W Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build ders Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build lug purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application PUBLIC SALE I will otter for sale on- WKDNKH1UY UtO12100d till following KT onnltyi 6 innree8 bad and nufo In tutu pnlr ot work imikM cows uxtru good milk cow with thorollghbnllluroo Jersey togs nth and a llimr j nice Ilyiiiouth lock chick ens twnhonu wagon and hurnetij 2 bug Kiel and harness Hinder mower liny ruke corn planter wheat drill disc Imrnnv S Cultivators v turning plows t doublu shovels holt box teed cutter 2 digger crtiper hemp reaper nnvll und vise grind stone hoes buy fork hovels air tight lItoon huter with room above sewing machine Xa shocks of fodder about y bushels nice winter apples Lot household and kitchen furniture and numeruus other thlngi Sale to begin promptly nt o clock TcnxsP and under cash over that amount good note nt riper cent It A 1LKARAKTM JI Chandler Auct- ihportof the Condition of The National Bank of Hustonvllle- nt llustonvllle In tho Htate of Kentucky at the cjoee of business Nov IIKHOUKCE- HLonnvnml PlucounU I 134 70 Overdrnft wcureil und unsecured 4101 IJKOOOU Bonds to wcure circulation ltuiiklnghousefurnltureaiidflxturt 21s0 l0 Duo trout National thinks not re servo agents II JOS hue fronIllprold rervtJlIgentl r88Y la Dhecka and other cnth ltellllM2NNote of other NuHonnlllunksM 331000 Kructloinil lutpe currency nick els und cents llr Iii Lawful Money Reserve In Hunk vU specie Ilsa tu- jegnltunUvr notes 1UU iledemptlonfmul li Hi with UHTnns urer 5 per cunt of circulation O w- tuilln w LIAIIILITIRH- Jnpltiil stock paid InMtoO 00 surplus lund lojaa Jndlvlded prollts less expenses and taxes puld i Tfiro Mittloniil ISank notes outstanding Yro00- uue to other National llnnks nun to Htate Hnnksnnil Hunkers Individual deimslts subject check 11Q1KI 10 Ilnserved for taxes 1000 00 lt0618Y lR Htnt f Kentucky County of Lincoln sit f J W llfiAlrix rofthURbolIIUwd- blink do solemnly swear that tho above tutellltnt Is true to the best of my knowl und belief J VhIoexaaCusbiurs- ubscrltwdnudsworntobefore mn this Id dRY of Nov lliw Jl N f My commission expires March Correct Attest Kdward Alcorn T J Koblnson und J W 1owell Director i Underwear There is lots of underwear but we have the right things The kind that fit and are comfortable No matter how large or mall you are wo have the size Blankets and Laminated Comforts Do you want the best the softest then buy Ohio fleece Blankets or the Maish Comforts i They Are In A Class By Themselves The Highest Quality of Mens Shoes Sold1L Stanford All Leathers 5 CUMMINSMCLARYSTANFORD That An Ounce of Preven tion is Worth a Pound of Cure Is an old nnd tried maxim nnd worthof your consideration Therefore give heed to the above worthy maxim and protect yourself against colds and sickness for the winter by providing withGood Warm Shoes and Rubbers Wo have a complete stock of Lhdiea and Childrens Slices and Overshoes See our K D Waterproof Cushion Sole Shoe for ladies at 35- 0Ladies Cloth Artics and Half Arctics at 1 Per Pair Ladies Plain Rubbers at SOc GOc and 75o per pair Ladies Toe Sandals at SOc per pair Childrens Overshoes at 40c 50o nod GOc INCOME AND SEE OUR NEW LINETB L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY rTht Interior Journal Enltrtd in tilt PottOffice ai Sanford at Htonddati matter VBI4 HID TUKMIIAYH AND VltIUAYM- AS 100 PER YEAR CASH NIWben not eo pal liOO will be charged PARKERS HAIR iM hAIr Cutan tgnnrOk fmnaiM let or fOI0rCwH NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOSS ft OLABKSOH Inn JUNCTION CITY K1t flrilCUi Turnouts at Kettonabl RaI Special Attention to Traveling Men and Uay For Balli For Sale Privately house and to acrM ol Und IItuaed O1I8de of town llmlp on the Somerle jest and setkltchonllouo hili I roomsylke teller stable and all Rood aecenaryoutbulldng water hydrant i the lard one J p BRIERY AS PRICEi Surgoon Dontlsti STANFORD KENTUCKY Drug Store in Office over Mcltoberta tho Owaley Building Farm Crop for Sale PrivatelyI delnrmnfd toqult famnlC I will llnlnlC term of r5 acre ntarmywU prlvattiy 9 mite from- MtnstpdonplkrOropconeiatsitcorn hip and and Mood oats Itocklnllu n Ixirgulii II I find bnyerlntho next t or 40 days II KINO Morelnml K- yINSURANCE and AdntwonSUut the HTlHMfQKHT Pose and MbtofinUtuuaranitwd Loss Paying Ileo Unequalled with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky lUslclenoo Phone No 81 BDCARTERBuceeMor to Bruce B Carter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STIKFOUD KY Attention to aajmendtclHoeYour patroage to on commission bteck Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale r C 1 with to sell prlvntoly my farm of oreiA tulles West on the Iun 1Ilton U li well improved and hn plenty of water nnd tlmtwr fenced in roimirned of 100 acresunimproved armAlso an laxmidway between and lattonplko uood outlet TlllhItltWell leBlHd Term rCll90nablc Marktbury K- yLAND FOR SALE I ncrei of line funning 1VlIIlIClIllrvleI1fS1 front Uincnutur on plknnbout10acres In town limLexington rest InIts About 13 acres r ti All under goal teucuand Inn plunty liof noTtrfnlllng water Dwollnlgbouac pod and hits III for iiHKlliitf purpote thus Fall nnd dwellinghonppnclntcd farm theshould Iwteen to Hlitcu elty council U Ollrorll tw Itiml In of Ltmcnntetline ndvnneedrapthe vicinity In urentIdly In prlc innil In M demand II MOM udmlnliitrntor Iou Ijincaitor Ky e eetar1 Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IIarneM8addlery ciSTANFORD KENTUCKY omen bone 167 nome IbonoSS JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaKuga They will exchange Furniture for tlall Kinds of Stock Give t Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY t a s FARMERS DEPARTMENT M J Hoffman sold to Charles Lutcs CO 900pound cattle at 31c Thomas Metcalf sold to Simon Well 53 1380pound cattle at 5c Fifteen or 20 good meat hogs for gale II Q Lutes Stanford Two fir clans fresh milk cows for sate G A Swincbroad Danville Fort SALE Three twoyear old mare mules good ones M J HofTmi Moreland Attend I S Tcvla sale of jacks jennets horses and mules near Shelby City today T S Stigall of Doyle sold to O 1 Hcndcrahot of Nebraska a three yearold jack for FOR SALEIj bushels extra clean No1 orchard grass seed J C Reid St Asaph Hotel Stanford 3t LOST Ked steer with whlto spots weight about 1150 pounds horns drooped Reward John W Holmes EsmAY Black gilt weighing aboJt 45 pounds left Tuesday night Thanka for information Dean Gooch Stan ford A G T Smiths big sale of horses was postponed at Danvillo yesterday account of Inclement weather Ho will likely hold the sale December court JayRt T Bruce delivered to Dick Gentry of Boyle 18340 pound meat hogsI it the market price This Is tho Courth fear Mr Bruce has furnished Mr Gentry with his killers FOR SALE Twenty long ycarlir cattle good stock good colors 16 red 4 blacks Hereford Weight between 7 and 8 hundred Apply within next 10 lays M D Crow Box 32 Shelby City Ky- ESTIIAY Two small red steer weight about 650 pounds one with omo white spots and both with horn Ian a red heifer weighing 700 or 800 pounds Loft Monday Reward Cor nformation E T Pence Stanford Simon Well tho wcllkncwn ca- to buyer weighed up 111 slop cattle bought of MJ Farris 18 bought ot tamer Urns and 53 bought of Thomas Metcalf The fat cattlo averaged 1425 pounds and were bought at 4cAdyoc- ate Tho Kentucky Court of Appeals decided the Central Stock Yards case ap pealed from Louisville holding that the Louisville and Nashville railroad must make transfers of live stock in original cars to the Southern railway for delivery at the yards of the company DANVILLE COUHT On account of the bad weather a small crowd attended court at Danville yesterday and bus ness generally was dull Some two end threeyearold cattle sold at 3 to lCO butcher stuff was slow at 21ito lie Mules and good horses were In demand but not a great many changed lands Made Happy for Life Great happiness came Into tho home of S C Blair school superintendent St Albans W Va when his tltUe aughtor was restored fromtho drew ful complaint ho names Ho says liMy little daughter had St Vitus ante which yielded to no treatme but grow steadily worso until as a lost csort wo tried Flcctrlo BItters and J tJolco to say three bottles effected a oniplcte curo Quick sure cure- for nervous complaints general do Illty female weaknesses Impovei lied blood and malaria Juan anted by Pennys Drug Drug Stan ford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard rice GOc All sides are paying tribute to the falrncss and courtesy of County Chairman Cal It G Evans throughout tho- lato election contest Ho is ono of the most popular heads tho Democratic or inization has ever had hero and as- long as tho party can hold such men 11- 8Col Evans in its service it may count on appealing successfully to tho support of tho best citzenship To Col Bvnns together with Judge Hagers relotlves tho Messrs Mahan is cJu- elargely tho credit for tho handsomo majority given Mr linger in this county for Governor Governor Hagerto bo will never have finer things said about him in a polished way t than the Introduction of Col Evans on the oc- calon of his speaking hero during the- Into campaign Danville Advocate Solis Moro of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than of All Others Put Together Mr Thos George u merchant at Mt Klgln Ontario says I huc- hlul tho local agency for Chamber IlIlns Cough Ilcincdy ever slnco It was Introduced Into Canada und I soil us- much of it as I do of all other lines I 11110 on my shelves put together Of the many dozens Hold under guarantee llmvo not had ono bottlo returned lmll personally recommund this medl- cillo us usud it myself unit given It to children and always results For sale by Stanford DIu g Co Child labor is to bo prevented In bill to be offered by Senator Boveridgc through a law forbidding the transportation for interstate shipment ot- goods manufactured by the aid of child- run under tho working age Heavy rainfall has washouts on nearly all railroads In West Tonnes sce A Free Trip to Corbin Nov 20th and 2stI To Attend Moore Offutts Auction Sale of Real Estate inIj Lynn Camp Park And other pnrt Af the city Itnldenro nii miilnti iiroiwrty linnrovttl and unlmprov nl Itnllniml refunded to pnrchniwr within II inlleo Unrbln Term or In Ijynn rninii Turk Oiufourtli cnult unco in I IS nna II monlhi with dIr cent Interest on deferred payment Three Lots liven Away or Day of Sale Twrnu rtfuonnlilc on other property Writ for particular loon A Jorlilr Ky or A oraylhe Auct 1nrH Ky HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY I5O t few people ID the United Stair have not heard of tbe CourierJournal Democratic n all thing fair in all thing leas la all thing It U CMeattallj a family paper Bj a special arrangement we are enabled to fer tbe WEEKLY OOURIKOURNAL lear and this paper for the price named boys Send your inbicrlptlon for the com Inttlontou + tot tj the CjarlerJooroal Collector Sale for Taxes Duo Crab Orchard Graded Schial District On KATfllUAY I1KO L IoM Utwcon the hOlln of arid l r xln front of tho lank lullillnx InCrnbUrchnril I will toll nt lUtillo olltcr to the hlleht nlllllt bidder Ihtj property hereinafter mentioned tortnxi luc irnh Hehool DUtrlct lor the flail JII addition tottioiimount if tnt n lJ1clent amount mu t Iw rrnllieil rom these vales to amliertwmen- tlharlethvlVaereshind of ler- cnt nnd the cost of fin UM Tu ears JcoJ White Viicrc I al ire lint 1ettUD town tot 0 J 0Wileenlswhtee wronnlproperty will lit the t III dnceastime IIhIIlIti la1utrtlcularly descried In this cuI days prior to thu Unto of Ames Jool linkerIoho in III linker al- F ilolibltt V llotililttAdmr SO I H Jlunlett n Johll Carpenter in J II Carson at- L M ender I JIIVnnk ui- llnrvncii Wood III T K WrllY1mrJ1l1ltollWill tlorno ui arrest Foley t Iu hnrle Morris in tins llutclilnviii in- nnieH llnnliiy knlter llenloy I iirlnnd Junii1 111- 1llelllll Klim lenrr Iiuk III- IJU 5fiiiiti I in- liomiiii Miiiiuel Jr tin eoruri Inrrlih I in John 1tiynu hilt Iliiiuint T It IVttiu ui IlInllll Heveruncv Jllhn Vernon ui- LorR1 VII hook ibis Wllliurn ID JlIlI1eM Wllliurn I ui HHIKOK W nitONAtUII- Treumirer nod Collector for Crab Orchard Umll l Hchool DUtrlct loridaNew Cuba reached in comfort via QUEU HCRESCENT ROUTE AN- DsOUtHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chlcorfo Florida Special In Smlct JiRDiry llh IICL Solid Pullman Train t avalacNNAT1 Ba3V M tKXINOTON 1110 ft 1JANVIILB 1240 A Ill dnr and rrvatlon tin jack Rnnrolo and Rt Ausuitlna via Chums noun and Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train L nt CINCINNATI 8j30A M IEXINOTON J084 M UANVILLK lltfinAJU I Oixirhn Puilmin torJiukUnlurTtttoiiKul Dlnbiz Can ortandNixIrlesna vlaUiUnoogaAIUataanUIllrmlninim Queen Crescent Special Polld tttln Cincinnati I xlniton Dln vllia to New Oilcan via tliMumxJca and IllrmlnchlUii nlw through Pullman Htrvlra to Jarkronvllln via AuicTllI nd farnnuh and Charleston winter tourUt tlrkru now on sale at reduced rate For Information apply Cha1V Zen D rt A Clnclnnitl C p L T Ulllllto w unnirrr w e iitmoiuBtnl aer TiMr VlNCtNNATI O COOKS GUARANTEE CURE llonn lW blood innvln copped hook lump jaw illiitiiprlngr l tendon sweenl tlinroughpln wart nnd poll evil JOUHJIOOIv Htnnford Ky 55ACRE FARM FOR RENTI The Itlchnrd Collier farm of U nrre on Vnlnr lntlt near W T Tucker Fur pal ocular see Thomas llixiim or write to Tliomn Collier Homcnet A Look Out for Bargain rakrallMt CiuteelHoop1 for Se don hosl1ceheboys stilt at 1loulp1nowJnnlgllie1p- rices for proltice D J SMITH Gilberti Creek Ky PUBLIC SALE With the legal tthe helm of Amnndn Tuner rtnt we will on MATUitlAY NOV r nub tell ono liouw nail lot In MIIUMgevllle Lincoln county 1I0coIIIIII tis roonu lot one acre nnd never fnlllnK well on lot Term mmlo known on day of wile Maim peKlruat oclock John K Tnrter Ham Tnrler H P Tor let Huron Moimcr Iwo J Kerrvlt Iliilhy Itnrlam James llurtfi Itlloy llnrMfl heir FARM FOR SALE I Thefiinnof the Irate John W Palmer U or snit and the tindrniUnetl will tAke ilrtunr III Ihowln It to ally one ilnlrlnn 10 purrhniw Same The farm contain icrmiuxllt In imrninl county Krn near out InnTfll on the ItlehnioiHt it laneaa ur pike amid Is In n hllllutallf eultlvntlon elallll against said Ial nrtestatewill Jimentthem to mo or my homey U I proven J W IA 111 Kit Bxeeutor Blue Grass Farm For Sale I tIlre to sell prlv t ly my harm of ITS em In the Vet ranting on the JIIuCk pike mind two mules from lutonvlll arm U In nicvllent state of cultivation- mpruvementshlclulea goal rvsldeimce- x 0 rooim anal n two ours 1001I- ICoCk turns Iplolltlld coudltlonlenelnftInami has water tlrn metre lance nnd tarn Knrm will let told on ray Irlll HW or write to ma at Htanford or IcKlnney Ky IL IIAldllMAN GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASEYOU Why buyrenutynuuleclothing when there- atIt ntU tllIIftnc ln price of ready- made suit and molt made to your measure iken liy nn experienced tallow I have n nndnoino line of a Winter Rood cnll makes from n low rice business stilt to- butluatdrrassuit Al oOverc IU Trou raand Knncy VU The company I rep sent is second to none II 0 ittiLil The Tailor Hlanfonl Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I whim to sell my mono mile West of uiUinvlllf mile from piku and Onri n ruMtollon con Mncreot rich hlue grass hemp or tbbncco land nil In rues This fnrm can tMitiually dlvldetl to Ivantngu wj to tolleh piece nlto necessaryoutbuildings Tho farm lays nltno t In a sunre one ngln In line There nro Ihrstock Imrn tenant rgtarlwsterlneverytlnldiixouw laitlnc irlng with stream through whole track J HTKKLU Jluitonvllle K- 1POSTED We who n nome npixnr Iwlow strictly irlild hunting fishing or nny kind of tree flllull1le on our places mind will proxcuto vl Intor to the fun extent of tho low Krrd VonttruenlKan llelohenhnch ItriM KridVonAllmnn Vondruenlgan erect llaumann ieorcu Holme- K llclchenUich Joseph Iliillou AO Dunn M J Ifofmann- Mr MIIayd nWelch M IL Klmore fll7l1olTlllllnnIClirlntlnn Uniyon JIUnrIintrrJ- acob Jrssweln Nom Damrron fre MJ Alilock 10 lover Fred Hnmlurf MrliendletonW liUordler J Nevltt Carter Peter Mnbuer J II Uamenlich IIIIulJbrtJAnderoonuarr JOHprntt JK lover W Ainnn J W Peak UK Martin Mnutuclllmluyr To Ileduco My Stock of SPECTACLES I will during tho mouth of August sell at n discount ull FRAMES ETC nnd give tho same guarantee of sat isfaction as before Oilico over Mo Ilobcrtn Drug Store 9 to 12 A St 130 to 4 v st W N Craig Stanford elaraaa w r PRESCRIPTIONS I THREE HonestyAccuracy THINGS I I are n part Intelligence of every prescript I tion wo fill The doctor docs not write them down with tho other ingredients because of n tacit understanding that they I nro to in always and he I knows they WILL go in when you bribg his order to us I Stanford Drug co1 rf w- Grifon Brand Overcoats and Cravenette Rain Coats Best Try one SAA ROBINSON STANFORD KY GRAFTING The Emporium at Hustonville will permit you to become A PARTNER in his PROFITS VIZ Tlrco cr cent on all Cash Purcliasw so when Haying lie sum anti get your CHECKS for they have a VALUE of l per cent notwithstanding the advance on nil Comixlitiw Wu are ttill telling at the Old Prices Clothing Our stock is largo and complete Material patterns and ntylo can not be surpassed 10 per cent off on Clothing including Overcoats amlStiiu only Our reason fbr doing this at tho Wginning ol time Mown In we find we aro overstocked for this market eo our ini tako in your GAIN Shoes t Our reputation is wclI known in this lino for handling and telling good SHOES It you have never tested a pair you nro the loser and not we Come and Be Convinced Our Millinery tock III always full anti complete Listen 25 door cmt lower than any city Give you the alvauUge ol the InUiH lfi inn styles We feaicbcd the market anti give you the benefit Come and Ira convinced In every dcpartmint our stork in full nail complete in Lathes and Chil drcnt Cloaks Dry Goods Dtvta Goods Underwcsir and Notions Every thing for Fall and Winter Wear Vo can do you good ConiC and eco tu CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Ky All Kinds of Hatchets and Axes- CEORCeH 1 a4 FARRIS D t Prices Right on Cooking and f1 Heating Stoves at t Qeo DP Hoppers Stanforot Ky f Hardware Queensware TinwareGroIceries Field Seeds sizes sewer pipe just received = YOUR WANTSotNiio Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for lowcash pri byIMeRoberts4 DRUGGISTI PERSONAL supervision given to nil Prescriptions I- u