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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t n r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 1906 NO 72 J KENTUCKY AT JAMESTOWN Commission Begins Work for Repre ntntlon of State at Big Expo 4sltioaproviding for tho proper representation of tho State at thu Jamestown Exposition to bo heM In Norfolk Va April 2G to Nov 30 1007 the Kentucky Jamestown Exposl ton Commission has boon organized and incorporated Headquarters have been opened In the Commercial Building Louisville and a campaign of ex ploitation has commenced It is the in tention of the commission to make tho representation typical of tho entire State and a replica of tho Fort o- fr Hooncsboro has been agreed upon as the Kentucky Building Funds for tho IIerection of the building and tho collec installation of exhibits will bo raised by popular subscription and tho sum of 10000 will bo required for tho purpose c Tho commission is composedof the following members J Sloddanl Johnston Louisville president John D At kinson Earlington vico president and director of finance Charles E Hogc Frankfort director of State building construction Malcolm II Crump flow ling Green director of forestry exhib its James M Renton Winchester di rector of exhibits of manufacturers Honorary Commissioners Hubert Vrce land Frankfort director of agricultur al and horticultural exhibits J II Fu- qua Frankfort director of educational exhibits Charles J Norwood Lexing ton dlreclor of mineral exhibits William II Lindsay of Frankfort direc tor of historical events logan C Murray Louisville Is treasurer and C C Ousley secretary The latter is in charge of tho commissioner head quarters Seldom has a movement in which tho entire State is Interested started more auspiciously The commission is the outgrowth of action taken at the Fifth State Development Convention held at t Wincheater Oct 10 to 12 It was then declared that tho great fair to bo held in Norfolk Va presents an exception opportunity to Kentucky to make tho products of her soil and factories known to the populous eastern section of the United States and to foreign countries The excellent showing made by Kentucky at tho Worlds Fair In St Louis Is still fresh in tho memories of Kentuckians and tho benefit 6f this representation is now being felt and seems to Increase as time goes on Direct requests for contributions to tho fund will be made of all financial institutions manufacturing plants lum ber and mining companies mercantile houses and similar enterprises through out tho State Tho various commer cial organizations of Kentucky will be naked to canvass their respective corn munities for subscriptions Tho time for tho collection of funds erection of buildings and installation of exhibits is so brief that the work of tho commis must necessarily be prosecuted Aalon tho greatest vigor books are now open Any one wishing to make u contribu t lion should not wait for u personal solicitation but may send check money order or currency direct to Logan C Murray treasurer American National Bank Louisville tInTime of Peace In tho first months of tho Husala Japan war wo Intla striking example of the n cOaHy for preparation and the early advantage of those who so to spunk have shingled their roofs In dry weather Tho virtue of prop aration has made history and giver to us our greatest men The Individ nab aS well as the nation should be I for any emergency Are you prepared to successfully combat t the first cold vniitntrnV A cold can 1m cured much more quickly when treated as soon as It has been contracted and before it has become settled In the system Chamberlains Cough Heine dy Is famous for Its cures of colds und It should be kept at hand ready fort Instant use For solo by Stanford Drug Co Five of tho 14 Ice dealers who wero placed on trial In tho criminal court at Phila deli hia on tho charge of conspiracy to raise tho price of ice throw them selves upon the mercy of tho court Had a Closo Calla A dangerous surgical operation Involving the removal of a malignant ulcer as largo as my hand trout my daughters hip was prevented by tho application of Uucklons Arnica Salvo11 says A Co Stlckel of Miletus W Va Persistent use of tho Salvo completely cured it Cures cuts burns and injuries 2 o at Pen nys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Judge Alford of Indianapolis says there is an awful lot of smoke in tho granting of a franchise to the Chicago Indianapolis and Evaqsville railway 4 J a IN MEMORIAM Tho shadows of a great sorrow fol across the hearts and home of Mr and Mrs D M Anderson when on tho morning ofNov 10 tho death angel visited their home and took from their embrace their eldest son Willlo aged about 14 years ills Illness was short but painful ho being In the schoolroom just a short time previous to his death Ho was a noble obedi ent son just blooming Into young man hood the picture of health and happi ness and seemed destined for a long life of usefulness But tho dear Lord had a place for him in heaven and tho time had come to remove him just as ho was beginning to mako homo happy How dark tho mysteries over such a visitation as this and yet we know God never makes a mistake lie doeth all things well How much ho will bo missed in the homo circle where ho was dearly loved How sad their home since fathers pride and mothers joy is gone But may they look to Jesus He is the Sweet Comforter in all affliction and may lie give them grace to endure the nflllcttvo stroke and bo constrained to look forward with confidence to a joyful reunion with tho departed one beyond tho dark river through which ho has just paused From tho bright evidence ho left wo are confident his spirit has swept through tho beautiful gato that stands ajar Among his last remarks ho assured them he was In the narrow path that lends to God and was ready and willing to go Ho gave his young life to Christ about four years ago and became a member of the Baptist church loved his Sunday school and was faithful In attendanceOh lonely our homo For a loved one Is gone Andour pathway in shadows doth lie Oh how dreary the way And how long seems tho day Since the morng wo bade him goodbye Ah I no heart can express Tho deep anguish of this For a loved ono to slip from our side lie who has mado home so bright And helped eer in tho right Has been borne from us oer the tide So well look to tho sky Where well meet by and by For our treasures are gathringup there And while walking below Well have Jesus we know If we give ourselves intp His care For Ho has promised to take Every burden and make It a stepping stone upward to heaven When weve joined that sweet land Wo shall then understand The trials were but mercies whcngivn A FRIEND MATRIMONIAL George Sutton and Miss Lizzie Owens both of Hockcastle were married at Junction City- J M Buchanan and Miss Minta Trcscnvitcr were mado ono at Shelby City Wednesday- At Mt Sterling Henry Hart aged 70 and Miss Clara Stnton 25 were united In marriage Granville Jones and Mrs Mary Liz zio Morgan a widow of 22 were made ono hero yesterday John May aged 54 and a widower and Mrs Kate Young a widow of 49 were married at Danville George Quarles aged 21 and Miss Mamlo Leo Wilchor 19 were married at G F Wilchers Wednesday Rev Wm Cordur tho noted Wayne county blind preacher was married to Miss Alico Henson at Somerset Cablegrams from Paris say that Mmo Calve the prima donna will shortly bo married to a wealthy Amer icanMrs Georgia Ann Ames of Salt Lick Bath county and J H Atchison were married Mrs Ames is 55 years of ago and has been married live times Mr Atchison is 52 and has been married three times On Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock at the homo of the brides grandfather W E Amon Mr Clarence Holtsclaw of Richmond and Miss Mary Amon Adkins wero quietly married in tho presence of relatives and a few inti mate friends Tho ceremony by Rev L M Omer was beautiful and impres sive The bride and groom stood be ore a huge bank of smilax and whlto chrysanthemums The bride a perfect blonde wore a beautiful cream embroidered net over while ailk white hat and carried bridos roses The groom is a splendid in the of tho L N Many presents were received Tho happy make their homo in RichmondA FRIEND Agency assured We have secured tho agency for the Orlno Laxatlvo Fruit Syrup the tow laxative that makes tho liver Ivoly purifies tho breath curs head ache and regulates tho digestive organs Cures chronic constipation Ask us about it Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES Matt Sandidgc of Hardin county accidentally shot and killed his wife Clarence James aged 12 was drown ed in Elkhorn creek near Frankfort A careless remark of a depositor caused a run on a savings bank at Chllllcothle 0 Seven trackmen working on the Nor folk Western railroad near Dluefield W Va were killed by a slide John Cannell n small boy was killed at Paris by stepping on a live electric wire blown down during a storm Near Hickman a passenger on the strainer Sadie Lee dropped 200 and 55000s worth of diamonds in the river With 25000000 bushels of coalready to go out of Pittsburg harbor not enough rivermcn can be found to handle tho shipments Three men were killed and several Injured by a falling scaffolding at a now railroad bridge at Naugatuck Junction Conn There are 230 old Confederates on the pay rolls of tho Confederate Home at PCWPO Valley with an average attendance of 200 Chicago Negroes have Issued a call to members of their raco to prevent the appearance of Senator Tillman who is to speak thereon November 27 An entire block in the business sec tion of Campton was destroyed by fire the loss being estimated at 70000 The county jail and the best business houses in the city wero buried Tom Cooper the automobilist was instantly killed while racing in Central Park New York City Three compan ions were seriously injured and ono of them it is believed will die Hollowing the suicide of his mother by poisoning two years ago and theI suicide of his son by blowing his brains out a year ago William J Bryant a wealthy Barren county farmer com mitted suicide at Beechhurst Sanitari um Louisville Mr Henry Wattcrson of the Courier Journal has accepted tho tender of a public dinner from tho Kentucky Society of tho City of New York to be given at the WaldorfAstoria on the opening of the 11th of December Im mediately prior to the sailing of him self and Mrs Watterson In the Kaiserin Augusta Victoria of the Hamburg American Line for a winter in Spain and Egypt A Falmouth dispatch says On ac count of the coal famine caused by the railroad not furnishing cars for tho coal dealers in small towns and the ap preaching cold weather onehalf of the Inhabitants of this place are out of coal They are forming an organiza ton to confiscate tho coal that is being shipped daily over the L N to the larger cities The cars will bo sidetracked and a man appointed to take charge of them and see the coal weigh ed out and collect for it and turn the money over to the railroad agents A Year of Blood Tho year 1003 will long bo remem bered In tho homo of P N Ticket of Alliance Ky as a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr Tncketa lungs that death seemed very roar Ho writes Severe bleeding from tho lungs and a frightful cough had brought mo at deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption with tho as tonishing result that a tor taking four bottles 1 was completely restored and as time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 60o and SI Trial bottlo freo The Court of Appeals affirmed judg ment of the Clark Circuit Court In the case of B Fult French against the Commonwealth in which French was found guilty of contempt of court and fined 5000 Tho court also affirmed judgment of tho same court finding Felix Feltner 3000 and sentencing him to two years in tho Clark county jail h Gov Luko P Blackburn whoso rep utation as a physician and philanthropist is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper ient known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than any one remedy I havo ever used Get a bottlo of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores a Secretary Taft said Wednesday that in accordance with President Roose velts orders he had directed that tho discharge of the Negro troops of tho 25th infantry be continued without delay Pneumonia Follows a Cold but never follows the uso of Foleys Honey and Tar It stops tho cough heals and strengthens tho lungs and affords perfect security from an at tack of pneumonia Refuse substitutes Penpys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Vincent Peyton is dead in CaseyW Hoover Sr aged 83 is dead at Nicholasvillc A small block of stock in the First National Bank of Somerset sold at 200 Frank Johnson of Burgin died in Norton Infirmary Louisville where he had gono for treatment The dead body of Walter Elliott of Lexington was found In a phaeton in the road near Nicholasville The Q C now runs an extra train from Somerset to Cincinnati when No G is as much as 40 minutes late Phil Wagner went gunning last Fri day and with a friend killed 143 rabbits and one dozen quail Harrodsburg Her aldMiss Annie McLaughlin who ran Crab Orchard Springs several seasons is critically ill in a Lexington infirm aryMrs William Montgomery of Parks ville found a sixfoot snake in her bureau It frightened her almost to deathIn a teapot at the home of IMrs America Schwer in Shelby county were found 2520 in cash and a 1000 L N bond Tho mangled body of Dan Murphy killed on the road in tho region of Pine Knot was handled by Undertakers Girdler Bros yesterday Somerset Journal Tho Cumberland river has been on a rampage and a boom belonging to T J Asher Sons of Pineville was scat tered thousands of logs being lost along the river bank The Casey Creek Merrimac Telephone Co of Casey county with 220 capital stock has been incorporated The incorporators ore R L Beard J S Beard and George Gilpin all of Ca seyP S McBride a Louisville drummer has sued Samuel E Welch of Berea for 25000 damages The suit was filed in the Madison circuit court Mc Bride claims that Welch shot at him as ho was leaving tho home of Mrs Fish and badly wounded him In tho presence of judge jury and spectators William Wilson and Vernie Walker both under 21 years of age were married in the circuit court room here An attractive baby which the woman carried gave a pathetic touch to the picture says a Williamsburg dis patch MIDDLEBURG Dr J M Haney is on the sick list at this writing Rev U T Willis is at Bethel Ridge holding a meeting for Rev Comer H H Royalty is driving the hack while John Coulter is enjoying a bird huntF L Jones bought a tract of land of Elisha Gifford adjoining tho Middle burg cemetery for 500 Rev H M Shouse went to Marks bury and preached Sunday Mrs Shouse accompanied him as far us Lan casterWhen it was too late it was discov Bred that this county could have been organized aud carried for Gatliff for CongressThe County News refers to Gov Becklmm as Senatorelect Gov Beckham has not yet been elected Senator but his nomination is equiva lent to election The two Sunday schools here were attended Sunday owing to the inclement weather There were only 27 reported at the Baptist church while tho Methodists did not do quite so well Clarence Coleman and wife of Lou isville arrived Sunday to visit relatives and friends Jeff Coleman who left hero 21 years ago and made his homo in Kansas is here shaking hands with old friends lie was quite young when ho left and time seems to have dealt kind ly with him StrikeBreakers Tho most famous strike breakers in tho land aro Dr Kings New Lifo Pills When liver and bowels goon strike they quickly settlo tho trouble and tho purifying work goes right on Best euro for constipation headache and dizziness 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Dros Crab Orchard Wiley Armstrong assistant cashier at tho freight house of tho Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton railroad in In dianapolis was found dead in tho office with a bullet hole in his right temple Earl Wilson an alleged police character was arrested and locked up pend- Ing an investigation Croup- A reliable medicine und one that should always bo kept in tho homo for Immediate use Is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will prevent the attack If given as soon as tho child becomes hoarse or even after tho croupy cough appears For sale by Stanford Drug Co s DIRMONDS I and Fine Jewelry at Reasonable Prices As tho HOLIDAY SEASON approaches our displays in all departments reach the zenith of completeness and especially isj this noticeable at this time in the showing of new and beautiful designs of artistic SILVE-Rand GOLD JEWELRY and DIA MONDS Novelties in Jewelry that have ncverheforo been exhibited in a cityof this size arc to be found among our dis plays i Even if you are not ready to make your purchasewe would ap preciate inspection of this splendid display Then when you are ready you will have an exact knowledge as to where the best values and Choicest designs are to be had J We Cordially Invite You to Visit your Store While in Danville Vis Vgs I 1 1 7 HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY GR AFT ING The Emporium at Hustorwille will permit you to become A PARTNER in his PROFITS VIZ Tree percent on all Cash Purchases so when Buying bo SUItE uletget your CHECKS for they have a VALUE of 3 per cent notwithstanding the advance on nil Comoditics Wo are still selling at tho Old Uricj Clothing y Our stock is largo and complete Material ands can not be surpassed 10 per cent oft on Clothing including Overcoafenn Suits only Our reason fir doing this at the beginning of the season is ire findre are overstocked for this market std our mistake is your GAIN f rl Shoes Our reputation is wellknown in this lino for handling aunt selling good SHOES It you have never tested a pair you are the loser and not we Come and Be Convinced Our Millinery stock is always full and complete Listen 25 per cwt lower than anycity Give you the advantage of the latest Parisian styles We searched the market and give you the benefit Come and bo convinced- In every department our stock is full and complete in Ladies and Chil drens Cloaks Dry Goods Dress Goods Underwear and Notions Every thing for Fall and Winter Wear We ran do you good Como anti see us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville Ky Prices Right on Cooking and Heating Stoves at Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Queensware TinwareGroI ceries Field Seeds cJAI sizes sewer pipe just received 4Jt Journalft E C WALTON M F NORTH Ii a candidate lor Homin iitatlvoof Lincoln i county subject to the notion of tho livin antic party J T ROBERTS Ii candidate for the Omb Orchard Mnglittvrlal lilitrlctnuliject to tho action of tho democratic party IT is bad enough to steal from anyone but from those in dire need ol help is the limit of meanness The discovery has been made that nearly ono million dollars of the charitab e fund contributed for the relief of the earthquake sufferers in San Francisco went into the pockets of grafter Acting upon tho adago of the Latin which said that ho gives twice who gives quickly people from all over the country responded to tho call lor help from the sufferers and now to learn that so large amount of it has been stolen will dull tho edge of chariI ty and make tho calls in future less readily responsive The disclosure of graft from such a fraud is a blot nd a reproach on our civilization Gov BECKHAMS official majority for U S Senator is 11117 Judge Hagers for Governor 30882 M 0 Winfreys for Superintendent of Public Instruction 5571 John K Hendrick for Attorney General 33551 J W Newman for Commissioner of Agri culture 5320 Judge finger carrier 94 counties and Gov Beckham SO Judge Hager polled the largest vote of any candidate having opposition Ol tho congressional districts Judge linger carried nine of the 11 districts losing only the Fifth and Sixth Ir the senatorial contest Gov Beckhan carried seven districts and McCreari four districts the Second Fifth Sixth and Eighth REPUBLICANS at Washington are said to favor Justice John M Harlan lor the Republican nomination for Gover nor of Kentucky and it is said that the question has met with favor in his eyes The President will be asked to use his endeavors in arranging the programm for the Kentucky Republicans We opine Justice Harlan will let well enough alone He has not yet forgot ten a race he made in 1875 when Senator McCreary defeated him for governor 38000 TUB next reunion of the Confederate Veterans which is to occur at Rich mond Va June next will be the mos interesting of the series The James town Exposition will be on the whole section is full of historic places am a large bronze statue of Jeffersoi Davis President of the Confederate States is to be unveiled The ranks of the old soldiers are being rapidly decimated but it is hoped all of those now living will be spared for the oc casion TimE State primary cost 2900723 or 3 31462 less than was estimated and collected from the candidates This will be good news to the candidates especially to those who met defeat after having spent their money liberal Iy KING JOHN of Abyssinia has the nos es of those who use snuff cut off and makes chewing and smoking punishable by death We some times wish King John rather than Teddy was ruler ov er this country ONLY one republican waselected to the Alabama Legislature Poor fellowt he wont have anybody to play witha as Senator McCreary said of Gov Beck ham if he were sent to the Senates POLITICAL of A State Senator elect in Madison county N Y spent 31700 to be elect ed to a 1500 n year office The matter of good roads should re of ceive some attention at the hands of Congress Representative Brownlow o thinksAn effort will be made at the coming session of Congress to convert Repre sentative Watson as to the advisability of passing a Ship Subsidy Bill Congressman Patterson is of theopin ion that it will take Tennessee Republicans some time to recover from the drubbing they received at the recent elections Congressman Bartholdt has left Mis as souri for New York to meet Andrew Carnegie who has promised to turn over to him 1000000 to be used in furthering the propaganda of universal peaceSwift Champ of the Paris News who fought Beckham to a finish and got finished says after recounting BOrne of the Governors triumphs It is high time for us anti Beckham k men to fall in line without a whimper and give tho young man our heartiest ftlJUpport by electing a Legislature that can be no doubt of his going to the Senate He has won his spurs G Nat Goodwin the ctoris said to won 62000 on cutting cards at 1isvilleA snowstorm In central and western Kansas Wednesday delayed trains on many railroads I r Jottings on a SightSeeing Trip While on our little jaunt through theI South it was our good fortune to that splendid and growing city of Men phis which only a few years ago had about 76000 population but today It has upwards of 180000 Its people are j progressive and nothing but thrift seems to abound there now A drive over this beautiful Southern city would convinco any tourist that it would be a splendid place to cast his lot unless be had decided to live in the greater amII better CommonwealthKentuckyI A great many Kentuckians live inI Memphis and have contributed no little towards the upbuilding of it com mer cially and socially While there we were tho guests of Mr and Mrs E II Dorion Mrs Dorion was formerly the beautiful and charming Miss Lucie Lee Allen of Millersburg Ky who otter has been the guest cf Miss Susan Fisher Woods of this place They are happily domiciled in a handsome residence at 1337 Vinton Place Annesdalo Park in ono of tho swellest residence portion- of tho city Mr Dorion is one of Memphis best and most substantial citizen and is held in highest esteem by all Hi is connected with the largo wholcsali grocery firm of J Fargasson Co Mr and Mrs D have as their guests just now Misses Susan Fisher Woods of this place and Elizabeth Allen of Millersburptwhonro being highly en tertained and are thorecipients of much attention in social circles there having been given several charming receptions theatre box parties progressive euchre parties etc Last Friday afternoon Mrs Dorion entertained very elegantly 5r honor of her sister Miss Allen and Miss Woods at cards and the society set was out in goodly numbers and handsomely gowned Misses Woods and Allen assisted Mrs Dorion in receiving in a charming manner which is characteristic of these two Kentucky belles In our tour through the business por tion of the city we found nothing but push and thrift among her merchants with the choicest of goods and upto date in every particular and crowder stores all the time Our drivelthrough the residence por tion was most interesting and enjoy able Nothing but palatial palaces and costly residences could be seen on all sides and to us it seemed like a King or Queen of some great foreign country occupied each and every one of them instead of the much beloved Southern ersWhen time for our departure for the West arrived it was with great reluc tance because we had met so many pleasant acquaintances and had beer the recipient of that genuine and cor dial Southern hospitality dispensed bj dear Kentucky friends that our heart really and truly ached with a remem brance of it all in our poor soul At Guthrie Ky we found Mr Rob ert H Coffey of Stanford awaiting us and wo journeyed on to St Louis to gether in a Pullman over the L N whIch within itself was a palace with- a diner attached from its white linen with finest ofon a mahogany bedecked silverware we devoured the fat of the land which was elegantly served and it only for the gods themselves Arriving at St Louis wo boarded a Chicago Alton Limited for Alton where we found bighearted and opular Jim Menefee who is now manager of the Kinloch Telephone Co for the Eastern District of Illinois the largest independent telephone system in the United States Surprised at our oming was he but agreeably so we are glad to state Manager Mcnefee at once took his vo old Stanford proteges in charge id showed us every attention possible and made our visit one grand sweet mg which will always be greatly ape eciated by his two friends Mr Men efee is keeping up the high standard the company to which he was in trusted with its responsible keeping about one year ago and is both popular with the company and the citizens Alton as was shown on many occa sions while we were in the city as his guestsMr Coffey and the writer are under lasting obligations to Judge Haagcn one of Altons leading legal lights for the many elegant courtesies shown us- while there Back to St Louis again over the Chl fago Alton Limited we sped in another Pullman Accompanied by Mr snefee we lodged in the Missouri Athlotic Clubs cafe where we enjoyed fine a spread as ever tickled our palates In that popular cafe over two years ago our memory recalled the fact that tho Kentucky Society of Missouri banqueted the General Assembly of- Kentuckyof which I had the honor of- being a member after dedicating tho Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair It was indeed a pleasure to be there again in company within thesame mag nificent and elegant cafe with two as- loyal and true Kentucky friends as ever JivedMessrs Menefee and Coffey At- the club we had the pleasure of meetI- ng an old Stanford boy Mr William Lackey son of lIon G A Lackey of this place who is doing well in tho Mound City beIng connected with the Ie department of that largo tlonThe Mississippi Valley Trust CoI Sunday we viewed many business streets and resident portions of the- city and gazed with great amazement j at the sky scrapers and million dollar palaces of multimillionaires who havo reaped their great wealth from tho toil ing masses andfgreat common people As long as the people of these United States continue to keep in power at Washington aJ republican president who accedes to thcdemands of organ ized wealth and plutocracy just so long will the great corporations and trusts of this country continue to govern tho farmers and laboring people of this grand and glorious country which God has blessed us with and given to us to maintain and upbuild for the benefit of the great common people of our land J M ALVERSON Here and There The cheap imitations of Foleys Honey and Tar cost you the same as the genuine in the yellow package Whyjthcn risk your health perhaps your life taking them when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure your coM and prevent serious results It Is guaranteed Pennys Drugstore r SSp B G Cavagna receiving teller of tho First Natipnal Bank of Cincinnati was arrested on the charge of being short in his accounts Cut this out and take it to tho Stan ford Drug Co and get a free inmplo of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For biliousness and consti pation they arc unequaled They Im prove tho petite strengthen tho dl gestion and regulate the liver and bowels Cured of Brlghts Disease Mr Robert O Burke Elnoru N Y writes Defqro I started to use Foloys Kidney Curo I had to get up from 12 to 20 times a night and I was all bloated up with dropsy and my eyesight was so Impaired I could scarcely see ono of my family across the room I had given up all hope of living when a friend recommended Fo1 leys Kidney Curo One GO cent bottle worked wonders and before I had ta ken tho third bottle the dropsy had gone as well as all other symptoms of Brlgh s disease Pennys Drug StorePublic Sale of Home in Crab Orchard As uncut for Mr Kutn lYttu I will noil lit iniltlln auction tit Ornl Orchard on 8ATUUDAY NOV SI MM nt S r cottnpo on OrnliOrclmrtl A Htnn fan HlrtrrQ Ornh Uixliiinl mljolnlng Mrs hllth Inng Thu OUR mil tlmr rooms and n hall There U n jcool tlnblo on the jirumlio Tho cotdiRii now end In good repair UII tilt locution Is good TITIIIH cnth J JlANUKUHON Col J Wmmlkr Allot VITAE bRE 1 Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Ialn KlllfrO5rm troyiirv IriMNP ltan Isher 1100t1 ONllth stint Plrcngtli Itvitortr N If Bogie JIarksbury Kentucky ilMUTIll Agent THANKSGIVING feature in Solid Silver Table Ware will lw the price at which we nro selling same for the day of general rejoicing We also carry a nice line of high quali ty PLATED Table Ware we H MUELLERJeweler Honest Mike oa The Honest Hike 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 PerkinsCrab Orchard Every Housekeeper Needs- a Combination Window CLEANERI Stop at W H Higgins Window and see the Latest W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky OVftOORTS Our Stock of Overcoats Is Indeed Fine ants I We only ask those who know arid those who cars to purchase to give us an opportu nity to show them Of course Greys and Blacks are the only things shown and we a show them in great variety at Prices from 5 to 20 RAIN COATS In this we think we have them all beaten a block Look at them and see Black Shield 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 175O and 20 in neat smooth fabrics in Blacks or Grey with long center vents H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKYi HAIR BRUSHES I A GOOD Hair Brush is something that no family can get along without We have every kind but a POOR ONEIAt25c to 2 each I IyHK1 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky COAL o If you took our advice last Hiunumr nndlntltnyour Jonl you UfO Imlcml torte Gate If did not hay It In now nut nvold paying the hlghot price for Cool you havo List paid Wo hnvo n Rood vnrlrty IIMIK OUN MIX KDOANXKIj J YIIIHJO nil nrnr of OAN NK1 Try one tend of thli It will sate you money mid giro you thn Irt flrt thnt you linvv ever hnil WBEBDENHAM 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 100 to 500 Satisfaction guaranteed S H 1Tinl1cr Wo r Have Replenished C1 With tho very boat creations our stock of Cloaks Skirt Suits niul WoistH- Thoy nro very pretty Ullllldifferent from any yet shown t I Dress Goods And Silks 117 tt Wo onler often to hnvo the very nctfest in tock nt nil times Plenty of info goods in 1U and Drown Also Velvet anil Silks iu Fame shades tx l SEVERANCE SON KENTUCKY ISTANFoRD KY1 Nov 23 1906 We havo received a big suppl of Comic nnd Leather Post Cords Per r nys Drug Store PERSONALS Hununr QAiipiwaKn Is at homo from Nashville Mil J C McCuAHY was in SonJorei tilts week Mu S E OwiLBY of Hnzql Paid was hero on buiinow Tuesday MRS L M GoouKNiQUT has boon III for several lays but Is out again Mn WILl NBWBM of tho West End is visiting his brother in Colorado MRS W N Ciuto went up to Mid dlosboro Wixinwhlay to join her hus band ATTORNEY Goo B SAUFIBY Is In Frankfort on business in tho court or appeals MR JAMBS I HAMILTON of Lunca ter was hero Wednesday roturntn from South Dakota MRS JAMIE CxnrasTBit entertain I a number of her ycung lady friends ut progressive euchre Thursday nf ternoor J U UTTBRHACK of Lexington who is handling Dr Hugh Holds good Nt boUi trotter was lore to sco tho doctor a tow days ago MtSSKS IULA ANn LOTTIE KlTCIIRN of Ashland arrived last night and nre guests of Misses Suo Taylor and Nan rile Woods Knglcmnn Dn W W BUROW of Lexington has been granted a patent on dentist tweezers Tho doctor married a daugh of Mr J P Edmlston of Crab Orch and MR J L ANDERSON who moved to Valparaiso Ind from Crab Orrhan some two weeks ago Is again a citizen of the Fast End doubtless delighted to be back in old Lincoln Miu C GiHUKT who moved to this county about n year ago has returns to his old homo at Cedar BlulT Va much to tho regret of tho many friend ho and his family made here Miss ElM MAY NEWUAND who hat been cashier for the Danville Creel house has accepted a position with the Singer Sewing Machine Company local once under Manager Flowers Advocate Mu ANti tins CASEY ALLEN have gone to Ponca Uklahoma to remain a few weeks and from there wilt go to Dallas Texas to stay until January Miss Virginia Givens is quite sick will scarlet fever Ilarrodsburg Herald Mn J T 11INO IAN who has mado Lincoln county a most excellent citizen for many years loft Wednesday for r Nevada Mo whero ho will likely locate Ills wife went to Missouri soy eral weeks ago and has been visiting relatives in that State LOCALS WATCII for date of Farris holiday opening I WILL havo dressed chickens Satur ay George H Farris Foil IIENTMy cottage on Portman Avenue J C McClary GET your gun flxcd at Burkos 237 Main Street Danville Ky A NICE lino of stoves and ranges nt Singletons store Prices right Fon SALE Puro blood Plymouth Rock roosters Mrs W C Shanks 2t FOR want of space will sell two new machines at cost W II Mud tsowing in rings in brooches in in cult buttons etc at Mu oilers pIIONEYEd Hubbnrd has COO pounds of honey for sale Ho will sell in any OUR quantity store will bo sednext Thurs day Nov 29th Leavo your orders early W H Hlggjna Youn attention is called to W H Muellers display ad Read It carefully each Issue It will prove well worth your time TRY a bushel of Denhamscnnnl coal und be convinced that you can d have a better fire and for less cost than with tho cheaper coals YOU should not falltoread the big advertisement of E H Murray tbo Danville jeweler which appears on our first page It will help you solve the T Christmas gift problemJ 1 NEW wall paper just in cheap Tribblo Pence CAR of cnnal coal at each of Denham yards Rowland and Stanford MEAT cutters butcher knives lard presses und lard cans at Farris TICKETS on salo Monday at Penny Drug Store for Graded School enter tolnment LOST Hound pup lemon spots nnd one mOldy oar Reward for recovery M V Keeton Danvillo 2t I WILL be absent from my once for a few days Watch for notice of return in the I J W N Craig TURKEYS wanted this wceknt hlghes t market price to bo delivered not lute r than Saturday B Northcott J Eo Buck manage- rROaERTSbfrs Sarah wlCe of Dan Roberts died last week and was burled at Gum Sulphur Sunday by Undertaker J C McClary MR LYNE of tercelwhwho bougl the Dawson Mill on Hanging Fork or Mr S C Thurmond has put in a now engine and Li otherwise improving tho property It will bo in firstclass rut ntng order In a short while WlLHOITDr A D Wilhoit age 28 died at Brodhead of typhoid fever Tuesday Tho remains wero taken to his old homo at Monterey for burial Dr Wilhoit located at Brodhead scvcra i months ago for the practice of death try Ho was a Inc young man and wai very popular In his new home l EXPLODED The boiler of James Yocuma grist mill near McKinney ex pludcd tho other day tearing down the building and destroying his mill Portions of tho boiler were found 40 yard from tho scene Mr Yocum wai badly scalded and it is almost a miracle that ho was not killed The boiler was short of water JOHN CANNON wire and son of Kings vllle had a narrow escapo from drown ing in tho ford near tho John Murphy farm in tho West End Tho buggy was swept over by the water and the occu pants thrown out They fortunately were washed against a water gate which saved them The horse and bug gy were carried nearly a mile AT a meeting of the directors of the McKinney Banking Co Mr Joseph W Sallco of Mercer county a brother inlaw of Mr Sam M Owens was elected cashier to succeed Cashier It C Baughman who resigned to tako tho cashlership of the Southern Bank Trust Co at Harriman Tenn It was with deep regret that the directors gavo Mr Brughman up Mr Sallco has had considerable oxpcricnca as a banker being cashier of a bank at Mackvlllc Washington county TUB overall factory of McCormack Taylor at McKinney is ono of tho busiest places wo have seen lately Some 25 or more men and women are engaged In working tho sewing ma hines which aro kept in motion bya gasollno engine A cutter has his hands full to keep tho scamsters with overalls to put together notwithstanding the fact that ho cuts a half dozen garments nonce Messrs McCormack Taylor are making a high grado overall and doubtless will havo no trouble in put ting them on tho market although they have never mado an effort to dispose of heir output yet Thli enterprise the y woolen mills canning factory flouring mills etc makes McKinney a busy Ii place and none need bo idle there unless they choose to f ItCmcUtTCounTTho case of James II Kennedy for killing T Milt Estes at Crab Orchard on elec Ion day was all in by noon yesterdaya ond in tho afternoon tho gan Hon Harvey Holm opened thon rgument for tho prosecution and WIlS followed by Atty C C Williams for the defense Tho others to speak are Hon U II Tomlinson and Commonwealths Attorney C A Hardin for tho prosecution and Judg M C laufloy for tho defense Tho cdsec will to the jury by noon to tyiTho jury before which Mr Kennedy being tried is composed of the follow ig gentlemen WlllinnxFields George Rout J M Coffey J W Badgett R W Stlgall G C Mosier C M Back J Bell J D Isaac Hubbard J Rice J H McAlisterI We Told You We told you it was going to get cold Did the weather catch you without the needed winter clothing Better Get Ready For The Next lly coming to us fur your winter need Our store is fairly bristling with new arid pretty winter goods Lookout For our Bargain Sale in Mens Womens and Childrens Odd Lots in Underwear More about it litter Fort SALt 5000 ginseng seed at per 1000 Also 400 ginseng plants A P Brackctt Stanford AFTER several hot days and another rain tho face of old sol can bo seen and normal weather conditions have been resumed I AM prepared to kill hogs and will deliver to any one within ono mllo of my place at 60c each Hoyden Shanks Rowland PLEASE rememberthgulaiaU entertainment at tho Graded School next Wednesday night at Graded School Chapel at 716 oclock FOR RErrThhoo ofllco in theINTER ion JOURNAL building now occupied by J S Owsley Jr Is for rent for th t year 1907 Call at this ofllco Fiscal court of Lincoln INOTICcTho in special sessii n 20th 1900 and aU turnpiko conttactors who havo completed their contracts and want any Christmas money will file their claims with the clerk on or before that day R C Warren judge Lincoln county court Nov 19 1900 SINCE the great Beckham victory the democrats of Doyle county are vigorously demanding that Col Hobert G Evans make tho race for represent tivo of Boyle county Ho is a man able in every way to make such a contest and to represent tho county with ability when chosen In case should bo sufficiently Influenced to become a cat didate it is hardly possible that ho would havo opposition as ho has been n constant Democratic worker for years and has never sought office Danvillo Herald How we would like to deaden over tho Doyle lino and stick our vote in for tho Colonel We tru ly hope ho can be induced to mak tho race I CEDAR CREEK Hog killing and corn gathering is tho order of the day Tho fivemonths old son of Mr and Mrs Galvnn Middleton died of bronchia pneumonia John Ford sold his farm to Mr Mullins of Rockcastlc for ICO and is undecided where he will to cate Mr Ford is n clever man and a fine singer Wo regret very much giv- Ing him up Mike Long is engaged in buying and shipping fur this season lIe will walk fivo miles to get an o s sum hide worth only cents Mrs Martha Arnold is with the family of S M Chandler this week Richard Chand ler and wife of Madison visited his parents last week C H Kerr is in Madison county this week Quito a number from hero attended tho meet- Ing at Hebron conducted by Miss Lucy Mahan 80 1oUNO0n Sunday last the 18th at her hospitable home on Danvillo Avenue Mrs Mary C Givens celebrated her 80th anniversary It was an occasion which will bo long remembered by those whoso pleasure it was to be present Besides her child rent her sons and daughters in law her nephews and nieces n few other chosen friends greeted tho occasion Everybody was in high gleo and every thing went as merry as a marriage jell A big dinner yea ono fit for tho gods enough to enrapture mankind with tasting nerves and toothsome teeth in primo order all expressed np relation of its goodness Mrs Givens J is a tine character tho happiest position always bright and cheerful t without an enemy in the world She has ever felt that life was made up of ittlo things A faithful attention to ilnutao and detail and an honest pcr ormnnco of every day work has made er lIfo a success Now sho feels hap y nt tho eventide to say So let my past stand just as it stands and let me s I may grow old I am what I am nd my life for mo is tho best or it ad not been I hold She deserves it lay sho yet enjoy n jubilee of years B CHURCH MATTERS Eld Cecil Armstrong has tendered his resignation as pastor of tho First Christian church at Winchester to ac cpt n call to Troy N Y novo W Henry Jones a former Kentucky pastor has resigned his charge t East St Louis having become a invert to Christian Science John J Tigert of the Methoa dist EpiscopalChurch South t iedat Tulsa I T where ho had gono to attend conference Isis home wasm Iulsvillee IRev Hugh McLellan who has tJeen pastor of the Christian church of Richmond for the last five years has accepted a call from the Christian church at Springfield and will leavo shortl for that place CORNS CURED Exitwill pas tivcly remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customs whose corns aro not promptly remove with entire satisfaction A bottle oC this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro Is not speedily effected G L Penn druggist Stanford Ky The court Of appeals reversed tho decision of tho Lincoln Circuit Court In tho change of venue case from GRfrard of tho superintendent of public schools against Ginn Co book publisher for alleged breach of bond The court here gave the plaintiff a 10000 judj merit TURKEYS I Mammoth llronze Turkey purl lirei from price winning pvnn Toiim fl to 4 lion If full on or aildren Sire V White Fair View Poultry Kuriu Trencher vllUs Ky FOR SALE Konutllul tii to date little homo he room reception hull Imtli lights wntr newly pn nm Wted on largo lot AU olltlmuffx in good condition Largo stab with wider In town and convenient to oU churches W li MCUOIIKHTH Htanfonl JAMES Mr PHILLIfS STANFORD KY OCALLB m Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build ders Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture blocks for build Ing purposes and do all kinds of concrete work Prices on application PUBLIC SALE I will odor for sole on- wnDNElilAY 1CII Iho following personalty a mares hind nod wife la foul pair 01 tnulfi cows extra Foal milk cow with young thoroughbred Duroc Jen y flogs flits and a UllllrH j3nlce Plymouth Hock chick BIII two Ilorst wagon unit harness bug gl1 and hurnein hinder mower hay rnke corn phinlerwheat drill disc harrow- S Ou thnton turuing plows I double shovels hug box food t crnper hemp miporiinvll niulvUeerinil tone hoe forks itlr tight Mooru henterwlthlientplp room nbove sewing machine Kti ol folder about M bushels nice winter applet Lot household rind kitchen furniture and numerous other thlngi Hulo to begin promptly at 10 oclock n TYRNRIds and under cadi over Shut nuiount good note nt 6HT cent f11 A ILKAMAMT J r Chandler Auct FARM FOR SALE is agent for the helm of John nod Nancy rainier I will o- nTHURSDAY DEC 6 06 ISoVlock r on the premises sell their arm near Point Leaven inrrard county Ceiitucky containing 103 ACRESadd farm U In n high state of cultivation acres of which 1111 gnus It U located in tho Ulchmond A Lanenster Kant of Ijinccistcr and lsInonoodthe- cry U st neighborhoods the county mid n rural route arid a short distance from MstoHlco rosietKlon will lx given tan Ilu7at which time tho purchase moil y the right to reject to houndbtuaho satire tuna William Palmer PUBLIC SALE QJI 200000 STOCK 01 General Merchandise I will on TUKHUAV liEU is soil my lock of goods and store lUturesjis n whole to tho highest bidder Thus stock of goods II now amid clean none of It having been In ny lions over months This stock con IlItH of Dry loads Notions Shoes llnnl Wlln Tinwun tlrocerles Onehalf of stock II This tock of goods In In ryaritsvlllelatnirdcamtiKyand best this olnt In the county to sell goods I did n iislnissnf j past IlIr mind I will Iny there Is no better nnywheru My tock of goods 11111 the sturo house wned by UUI Ilros of Somerset IIl1d tills uoUKu can bo bought or lease Illwd will say that timer U not u better business ruse In Kentucky Kcmemlior this n olduii ouportunlty for sums ono to gut n big uruiiln this will be u positive IlIlu on tho above named date Hnle will take lace at oclock r u Deo ufth llrynntsvlllo U nine nines from town nnd Id l liv the best fiprlrllltllrfil In the Htate marking It splendid point business For furtliwnuirtlrutaricallou r aildrukK llryuntsvlllc Ky Underwear There is lots of underwear but we hnvo the right things The kind that fit millarc comfortable No matter how large or small you are we hare the sizeBlankets and Laminated Comforts Do you wont the best the softest then buy Ohio flews Blankets or tlw Mnish ComfortsN LMIl E O sec them is to admire To wear them is to grow enthusiastic Ten thousand pairs of Queen Quality Shoes would not be made and sold daily did they not furnish the fullest measure of style comfort and economy We present here one of our endless varieties But the newspaper cut can not do justice to the shapely toe the soft Gun Metal leather nor the clever shoemaking You must see this boot to appreciate it But remember this Is only one of many We have Queen Quality styles for every taste and for every need many new ones received this week 350 and 300 CUMMINS McCLARY That An Ounce of Preven tion is Worth a Pound of Cure Is an old and tried maxim and worthy of 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 We havo a complete stock of Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Overshoes See our K D Waterproof Cushion Sole Shoe for ladies at 835- 0Ladies Cloth Artics and Half Arctics at J Per Pair Ladles Plain Rubbers nt 60c COc and 75o per pair Ladies Toe Sandals at COe per pair Childrens Overshoes at 40c COc and CO- crffirCOME AND SEE OUR NEW LINEte L M RUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY The Interior Journal Sstcred in the FoilOffice at Stanford at erdclats matter arcauasnBU TUHSUAYS AND sMioxifB AT J100 PER YEAR CASH when not so paid ISOO will be charged PARKERSI 1Nneri aMIAlllaDru1ataI NEW LIVERY STABLE JUJU k CLARXSONl- rcnJ11NCTION CITY KY j BJroCla Turnouts at R a onable Rates Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Day For Sale For Sale Privately ltyhose and to acres of land situated M t of Wn limits on the Somerset jilt House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser and allI11011 t room goodWater hydrant laeyard and one for tock t J P BMtCT A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist isTANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately DaTing determined to quit farming 1 wutI Sill privately lilY fRrm of 2I acre mile from near JeaavIlleImiles front Ilutonvllle well Intwaledonpike trop conslst of corn hay laaol inareWIII sell ataaluiigalortt I llnd nnd barer In the next so or 40 days II B KINO Morelnnd Ky INSURANCEJrtr Y18TOompanle Aeetdent Represented Lowrt Poe abltt erttUnequalled Rates TalpwlthLou Paying lteo HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 BD CARTER Successor to Bruce tit tarter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Bpsclat attention to Commercial Men Xrar patronage is solicited Horses on commission tsck Pans In Connection Two Farms For Sale p I irtsh to sell privately my farm of 170 MrttS mile Whet of on the Lex Ingle pike U Is well Improved and hn plenty of water and timber fenced sad in good repair Also nn unimproved farm of 100 acres Irlai midway Iwtween I ancnster wnvNella- cedTermsreasonable Good outlet TIHKUBING Marksbory K- yLAND FOR SALE will noil prlvntely2 ncro of Hne funning from ljuiicnfttvr on tinsLealnctonHt About 135norrln All under good foncound hn plenty asf Denrflllllllg water houw Ii 1101 and hue necessary outhulldlosv- tue15100 given far sellll1g punponet thli Xallanddwellisi farm kould be seen to ho appreciated Hlnce the ty council la enforcing the lands In tfef vicinity of Iiiiucaster line advanced rap good M In rentJdlyln Hnuinnti W UMOHS udmlnlstrator U dL Itom Lnncaitf r Ky e1t elary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneesSaddleryI Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY OKlce Phone 17 Rome Phone 35I JLBeazleyCo Ihdertai ers and Embalm an Also Dealers in Furore i MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give item a Call Prices Right ftTOKFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fifteen or 20 gmeat hogs for sale H G Lutes Stanford Two firstclass fresh milk cows for sale G A Swincliroad Danville FOR SALE Three twoyearold mare mules good ones M J Hoffmai Moreland Lutes Co and Charles Lutes sold to a Carroll county party 350 to 400 31cI weighing ab01t night Thanks for information Dean Gooch Stanford Rue Curry real estate dealers of Harrodsburg sold for Mrs II J Mi Roberts of this place a cottage and in Harrodsburg for 900 A black boar weighing about 90 lbs came to my place Nov 6 Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep J W Peak R F D No3 Stanford FOR SALETwenty long yearlin cattle good stock good colors 15 reds 4 blacks 1 Hereford Weight between 7 and 8 hundred Apply within next 10I days M D Crow Box 32 Shelby City Ky At Mt Sterling Monday there wer 6000 cattle on the market Prices wer high 900 to 1000pound steer selling at 4c bulk of sales at 375 Yearlings brought 3J to 3c heifers 31c J H Dooming of Fayette pur chased 40 cows and heifers at 2Jc to Sic Fannin Bros of Ashland secured 100 750pound steers at Sic 10 han mules sold at 200 to 225 Mules in pairs sold readily at 390 to 425 At I S Tevis big jack and jenne sale near Shelby City Tuesday the ag gregato amount of the disposal was nearly 20000 which included all jacks and jennets from colts to aged animals an average of about 475 Thirtythrei jennets brought 4025 averaging abou 125 Nino horses averaged 199 nine mules sold for 1670 averaging 150 The best price paid for a jennet wa 315 for Mammys Daughter five year old Black Hawk a fouryearold jack was bought by J F Holtzclaw of this county for 1110 James Woods also of Lincoln bought two yearling jack for 350 J F Cookof Lexington paid 450 for Fairbanks a cevenyear old jack and 405 for Clinton fou years old S T Harris of this place bought Jack Keene a yearling for 400 A large crowd attended the sale buyers being present from many States It was the largest dispersal sale of jacl stock held in Lincoln county since the great Levi Hubble sale of some 16 years ago KINGSVILLE There was a show at Thompsons Opera House Thursday evening Ed Boland of Burnside was here this week in the interest of the Green brier Pole Co While out hunting Tuesday Sebastian Chevolette was accidentally shot by John Faulkner The shot ranged thro both legs and while Mr C is not dan gerously wounded ho will be confine to his bed for some time Claude Hester continues to improve Deputy Sheriff Hester was here Wed nesday John Walls a Harriman Tenn plutocrat was hero this week J W Thompson our popular druggist injured his back severely a few days since in lifting and was on crutches but has about recovered Our sration gent J C Jennings has returned afr ter a pleasant visit to Cincinnati and Chattanooga Ho says snow was quite plentiful during his stay in Chattanooga C M Gooch has resumed his duties at the tower Mr Wm G Wolff Nicholasville is spending a few days here bird hunting Mrs Emma Cheyo stte left last week for Ludlow And lamilton 0 where she will spend the winter with her children Mrs Ella eynolda and little daughter Pauline are visiting relatives at Ludlow IDLE bfoNESVhyvs your money idle or deposited at only 3 per cent when you can get 5 per cent net by purchasing the First Mortgage Gold Bonds issued by the Louisville Title Company You can invest in sums of 50 100 250 500 1000 or more Nothing safer than these bondsI secured by approved Real Estate with isured title We have been issuing lese bonds for six years and selling them to our customers without the loss of a dollar to this company or anyone oC its customers We ample security in making loans and therefore have no trouble collecting We usually sell these bonds to net the buyer 4J per cent but for the present we are able to sell them so as to net buyer 5 per cent per annum Write for particulars and mention this paper Louisville Title Co 234 Fifth Street ouisville Ky Sells More of Chamberlains Cough Remody than of All Others Put Together- Mr Thos George a merchant at Mt Elgin Ontario says have had the local agency for Chamber tins Cough Remedy over since It was Introduced into Canada and I soil as much of it as I do of all other lines hne on my shelves put together Of tho many dozens sold under guarantee I have not had one bottle returned can personally recommend this medicine as I have used It myself and given it to my children and always with tho StanfoldI Romance of Morgans Raid Re called A Harrodsburg dispatch says The death of Mrs Scotia Inskcc Chenoweth the wealthiest woman In Fayetto county at Lexington recalls a romantic incident of the Civil War Although a native of the Western RoI servo of Ohio sho was here on n visit at the time General John II Morgan made his famous raid through Kentucky When the raiders rode down Main street this city with General Morgan Colonel W C P Brecklt ridge Col J Q Chenoweth and Captain Gabo Alexander at the head the were welcomed by many sympathizers among theta a bevy of beautiful girls including Miss Inskeep who in theIr nanw presented a Bonnie Blue Flag to the soldiers Miss Inskeep made tho speech of the presentation Colonel Breckinridge delivered the speech of acceptance This banner was carrie by Morgans men on their famous raid through Indiana and Ohio On loam Ing of the flag presentation the citizen of Xenia Ohio where Miss Inskccp had lived held an Indignation meeting A few months after the close of the war Miss Inskeep married Colonel Chcno weth They separated in a very shot time and Colonel Chcnoweth went to Texas became a State Senator a CirI cult Judge and later was one of the Comptrollers of the Currency under President Cleveland Ho is at present Superintendent of the Texas ConCeder Ito Home Mrs Chenoweth lived n simple life after the separation Of her great wealth she gave freely in the muse of charity Made HappyforLlfe Great happiness came Into the home of S O Blair school superintendent at St Albans W Va when his little laughter was restored from tho dreadful complaint ho names Ho says My little daughter had St Vials Dance which yielded to no treatment but grew steadily worse until as a las resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say three bottles ollccted a lomplcto euro ttQuick sure cure lot nervous complaints general debility female weaknesses Impover shed blood and malaria Guar anted by Pennys Drug Drug Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price OOc Poultry And Eggs Wanted iwill pay higher market price for Turkeys K6ga Uulmo ami Ml other poullrj Mo rabbit Will lie lounil constantly n ny ottlco on ljiiica t rHt J K Buck locn nnnaijcr II Norlbc- utbCommissioners SaleLincoln Circuit Court A II Holeys helm IMiilntlHi v A Ko Ics heiretclefendnnps Notice of Hale Viiriunnt to n judgment of the Uncoil circuit cOllrl nnctln l In the atev t1action Itt the NovemUr term llV the un lerslgnnl Master IoinmlsHloner will on MONDAY UtOIi1I etween I nod 2 v x11I trout of tho court louse door Htnnfonl Ky sell nt public outcry to the hiKliest and liost bidder list Tnlfstnto which Is hereinafter dencrllx riilHuiile wasdeireeit for tho purpose of ill rllon The snld real estate consists of Iwo Inlet of land shunts In ldneol1 county near the town of Crab urchanl hetint tnictlsboundeil on tboWost and North by the laid of John Iluchnnan tetra rot tho Fast h the tract next herein lescrllHd nnd on the Wroth by the dirt ond known nHtbe Harris nuul rontnlnlm four more or t It IHIIIR the land 101nllgnml by The Kecoiul tract IIl1d KnMt by the Iliirrls the outh by the lands of It itroplironauglt and K Kurrls nnd on the West by the heirs John Iluolninnti enntiilnliiK Hi hem lore or IesItIlogthe laud eonrvytit to lie nforeanld decedent by his father Moous obey Thl property slot not einhriiee the h neriS more or lens on which Ihe dertnd nt derv Koleyrliow resides Tin Knle will Iw liliule on a credit of six Ion tits and the r will Is nqulrcd to Klvo bond for the purcliiiiu 1rlii with liprovixl MtUrlty payable to CoininU oner tKarlng Interest nt the rate nf 0 ptir Iellt IMT annum from dale utsllu until lulls nml having the force stud elTrct of u Judg IIIllIt upon which execution may Issue nt nitiirlty If nut paid GEO U SAlFLBY M C L C C ollectors Sals for Taxes Due Crab Orchard Graded School District On HATIltllAY DKO 111011 between the hllUII of ami it r xln trout of the hank iliainitlnCruliOrchiird Ky1 will cell nt outcry to the lilnhest stud best bidderlUIlIiO hereinafter iniiitloned for tax- Is Crush Orchard Unuled Hcliool DUtrlvt or the year luu In nildltlon totho amount or tax a fiiilllelunt nmount mutt Ixi reallzetl from lheanles to pur a pOllolt of b Irc- IlIllInll the cost of IIdlrIl8elllllItO- hRrle Dnvls here land J AM IIIattTilncriH 4 I- IUIOJ White ncres 13 llr Kato 1ittun town lot J W Moore 0 ncrei II IU rho following Ja n further list of dellwi IntNWhOx0 property will ho sold lit the thuninven1d w1l Iw xartlcularlyioscrllxvl In this col on 10dnyN prior to the doe Aslant 1- Juhn linker I- I1lIlIlIkr II K tablet Isl K Ilobbllt Ailmr B tu- HI Ilurdelt I III Iom Jllrltr II- J IL Carson 10- SL Cornier JIICook I OIRronce WI 115 T K Wray I i- tJJulton in- m Corn I ui torrst Foley I II- 1I1Rrl0 Harris I Ohrh Ilutclilimon llmiliiy Wllltllr Ilenluy l irliind James III ittle Kltu I Ul I Lisingess IIIJ- fhomll8 Ir litI- hOrllo litrrlsh I V- IJohn 11111 IIIPleasants UT 1ettus I HlrRIII Hoveranco I no J Vernon Ica Ocorll Vnnhook I 0l- Iurul Wllburn I m- JRmol Wilbiirn W OKOIIOK W IlllONAUOIf Treasurer anti Collector for Orab Orchitnl ailed School UUlrlct COOKS GUARANTEE CURE Honrt ftpnvln blood cupped hock lump jaw splint tendon swoony tliorouuhplii wnrts heaveehush poll ovll JOUNiOOOK HUinfiml Ky 55ACRE FAHM1FOR RENT CollierfarmThe 5J acre OIl Cc lnr Urvek near W T Tuclars For turf tlculnra see Tlionms lloono or write to 1lipmnsOolllor MomvrsttiMtn A Look Out for Bargains Hest tusteIf Houp cakes for Co I Josef IHIXIS iimtehii lor 60 loins mill itct you stills nt M ntul fit now J riiiu f1 IIlt Price for prtHluoo D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky PUBLIC SALE 01 With the legal ngnMiiotil of tho haln Ainiiutln Tiirtert estate wo will on HATUUOAY NOVYI lust soil ono IIOUM unit lot In MHUilgovlllv Lincoln count lluuiwtcontnliuilx roomi lot one nero and never fallliiK well on lot Term rondo known on dayof sole Kali IxKliuiil inoclock John t Tnrter Nulls l4TarlerII P Tar tor Hnrnh Mouncv Kvn J Kvrrell Itutlij lliirliun InUIt HurRc Illloy llurKu heirs FARM FOR SALE I The harm of the late John W rainier li for Nile unit tho umlvralKiml will tnku desiringtoun flint Is In Unrrunt county Ky near 1olnt liwll tin till lllchinoiut A l iinrai tvr Ik lid Is In a hlKlmtntvof cultlvntlon Any ouohavhgclnluu HKolnut raid 1nl nlrrs setae wilt Present ttiem tomo or my attorney I I w Rlkcrrulllrl proven J W 1AIMKU Executor Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 I desire to sill privately my fnrm of 13 nCI In the West Knit fronting on the Itlaok pike mid two mllos from Ilutoavlitu Parm Is In excellent state of cultivation- Iniprove1untlncludea ROI reslduncu sIx rooms nml In extra Rood stock splendid condition Farm lists uevurfailing water cistern tit rue lilrncu and burn Knrm will le sold on ensy terms Hoc or write to me nt Mlnnfonl or McKlnney Ky IL I HAUUIIMAX GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN P EASE YOU Why buy readyntndrclothing when there Is MI utlloillfT rvnuolu the prlco of ready made suits nisi n suit made to your measure taken by uu xj erlonrril tailor have a ImnilMjino line of KM and Winter Roods I ran make ulna a low price lmtiiif suit to the finest drewsut htrcuftt TrouI era nnd Kancy Vests The coiniHiny I represent Is second to none HCMltTllKY The Tnllor Htanfonl K- yglue Grass Farm for Sale I with to sell my fern IH miles Welt of Ituitonvllle mile from pike and tarpon ersHtatlonfronitiitlngof M acres of rich hlue gross IDlP or tolneco in This faun can be ltullI divided to- uiPnntstgesoaetohaveagood ilwellln on lIch piece also necessary uutbulldlnits riiu fnrm lays nlmost Inn square one ingle In lines There are throo stock barns I Kooil tolwcro tarn I stables I tenant louse good water In every Held six spring with s streams running through s bolu track J HTKEIB OAHPKNTKIt lIustonvlllvKy POSTED Irlcttyforhhuitnlni on our place and will protccute vl ilutori to the full extent of the law Kretl VonClruenlKan Itelchenbnch liraKm VonAllman Vondriienlgiin Kn l Ilnumnnn decree Holme- K llelchenlmoli Italian AO Dunn M J llofmaiin- MrMIInydcnWelch M U Klmore tnryIlnRmnnnIMirlitlim Oriiynon J U lariwnter Jacob JeMweln Hum Dnnicron Mr MJAnhlock UtloverIlundorf Mrs Mlhmdletou W It Loather J Xuvln Curler Peter Ibilmer J It Cnmenlich DnUKhertyJ 0HpnttIJ 1vl1nk II K Martin Met erv Paxton W P Martin M1lItIUelllIi1I1 M KCTonllcr Muw llorry Alex Cooper Sirs Mary rvppl s Mr Walter Wnrren To Kcducc iy Stock of PECTACLES I will during tho iiiohth of August sell nt n discount nil RRAMESETCand isfuctioa ns before Office over Me ItobcrU Drug Store 9 to 12 A M 130 to 41 M W N Craig Stanford tewwtslsr aasTry Our BaFdI YUp I comIpound I IFor Men and Women and es Chilllr0l11of IStaIf iwllIg ordbYU g o1 GRirroNnf CLOTHES Grifon Brand Overcoats and Cravenette Rain Coats Best Try one SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY All Kinds of Hatchets 1 and Axes j OEORGF H FARRIS Dp Got Your Feed Grind Your Corn Pump Water Saw Wood USE THE HAGAN GASOLINE ENGINEV They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 TO 50 HORSEPOWE- RHagan Gas Engine Co Winchester Ky the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KentuckY CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2000000 I= zOFFIOGRS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J Owsttr Branford 8 II BIIANKS Stanford 0 W OAHTEII Turnersvllle W U OITHUINJ IreschcrsTlllo L O Goocii WajncjburR W II THATIOH Olloerts Crook It L II OUDIK Lancaster W 0 WALKED Stanford i D KOSTKH Stanford W Ih SIIAXKH Btunford J D PAXTON BUnford We respectfully solicit tho accounts of Individuals 1lrms tend Cfur oratloiis hunks and hunker and nro prepared to furnish all depositors such nccomniodatlons ns sire consistent with safe banking Jloili rn Hnfety IKpoilt Hoses In cur vault for rue of our Customers First National BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 This Institution warn established M the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1881 then reorganised as the National Rank ot Stanford In 18SS and again reorganized at the First National Balk of Stanford U 1881 having had practically an uulutor rupted existeuca for 4S It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing Dullness promptly and well than ever before In Ui long honorable career Accounts of IndiViduals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers J IIOOKER Pre1 S T OAIIIII8 V free J MCROBEUT8 Ohs W II WRARENAeet Ohn Dire otor3 t Reid S T Oanll1eIJ B D K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmoru Stanford 81 Stanford T P loll Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble I II Baughman Stanford J ti Pettu Stanford i 0 IL 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