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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fj itfTHE INTERIOR JOURNALuuu VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1907 NO 53 It Here and There Chester D Runynn who stole nearly 5100000 from tho Windsor Trust Co while serving ns paying teller was ar rested in Now York Dr George Waldron of Rochester N Y and three women were instantly killed when a Rochester and Eastern train crashed Into their automobile- In tho last five years the tobacco in dustry has Increased 25 per cent and tho Invested capital over 200 per cent Tho increase In consumption Is something fierce A nasty habit well fo- l4towed Frank B Kellogg counsel for tho Interstate Commerce Commission said that there was no foundation for n re port that ho was to succeed Charles J IJonaparto as Attorney General of the United States Tho text of President Itoosovelts tel egraphed appeal to tho 1rcsidenta of tho Central American republics in tho Interest of peace and good will among them was mado public at thq State Do partmcnt in Washington George W IVitchctt ono of tho old cst citizens of Henderson was shot and Instantly killed by n tramp on tho street in that city Mr 1ritchctt objected when tho tramp interfered in a busi nose transaction and was shot James Money Jr was shot and al most Instantly killed and his father James Money Sr was fatally wounded by Dr Grover Kirby in an encounter at Money Miss All tho men belong to prominent Southern families t Maryland is also to have a home coming His to occur at Haltimoro Oct 1319 and many attractions are on I s the program Homo Comings have gotten to bo quite a fad since Louisville started tho ball to mov flingSecretary of tho Interior Garfield ant nounced by authority of President Itooso velt that no further effort would bo made by tho Administration toward bringing up In Congress again tho question of the joint Statehood of Ari tona and Now Mexico aPOLITICAL IDemocratsof the 69th Legislative dls of Knox and Whitley counties met at Corbin and nominated G J Humfleot editor of the Corbin Laborer as their candidate for the t LegislatureGov spoke at the Laurel county fair to a crowd estimated at 10 000 persons Tho day had been set set apart by the Laurel Fair Associa tion as Beckham day and people from nil the surrounding counties gathered to hear tho governors address Ho was met by a brass band and a delega I tion of leading citizens and given a rousing reception Carter countys votes which were carried to tho Maysvillc convention by one delegate who missed nine trains and was In a wreck before ho finally landed at his destination enabled tho Holmes delegations in tho Sixth Appellate district Republican convention to tie up tho convention and prevent a nomination until the fortythinl ballot At ono time tho chairman of tho con ventlon W D Cochran could havo been tho nominee by acclamation but ho refused to accept or allow his name to bo used- Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Known to Fail III want to say a few words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I have used this reparation In my family for tho past five years and have recommended Itto a number of people In York county and have novor know It to fall to effect a cure In any Instance I feel h that I can not say too much for tho best remedy of tho kind In tho world- S Jcmlson Spring Grove York County Pa This remedy Is for solo by all druggists Down for a few days 1 Yes Say they have somo odd ef fects In burnt leather here True tho girls arc getting a little tanned For an Impaired Appetite To Improve tho appetite and strong then tho digestion try a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Mr J U Soil of Detroit Mich says They restored my ap l etlto when impaired relieved mo of a bloated fooling and caused a pleas ant and satisfactory movement of tho bowels Price 25 cents Samples free by all druggists MATRIMONIAL The engagement of Wells Covington Logan to Miss Llewellyn Crain Payne of Bowling Green Is announced for Oct 16 Mr Logan is a son of Emmett G Logan formerly editor of tho Louis villo Times Lyon county went dry by n major sty of The total number of votes cast was 1426 t L A Word To School Patrons THE attention of tho people Interest ed In school Is called to Article XIV Section 4521 of tho Common School law with regard to compulsory education an extract from which Is quoted below Every parent guardian or other per son In tho State of Kentucky having tho control of any child or children be tween the ages of 7 and 14 shall bo roo quired to send such child or children annually at least eight weeks of whicl attendance shall bo consecutive to some public or private day or nigh school for children Tho penalty for violation of the above law is a forfeiture of the use of the schools In the city of a sum not less than 5 nor more that 20 for tho first offense and not less than HO nor moro than 10 for the sec and and every subsequent offense and costs of the suit Section 4178 Art X also states tha tho trustees may admit into a graded common school children who do not re side In tho district or persons over the common school age on such terms and conditions and upon payment of such tuition and other fees as they may deem properHero It may bo well to state tho tees in tho Stanford Graded School Prima ry Department 16 per year Interme diato Department 20 per year Higl School Department 5 per month Art 2 per month Deductions subject to rules in catalogue Section 4473 Art X has tho following to say Tho trustees of a graded common school may adopt such bylaws and rules for control government and management of tho schools in their re spcctlvo districts as they may deem necessary Wo quote the following from recent regulations of Stanford Graded School No pupil will bo advanced who tails in any three subjects of tho curriculum All pupils who wish to enter must slam tho examinations required of them by tho teacher in charge This may b oral or written No pupil of the schoo Is advanced who lolls to take tho reg ular term end examinations until ex amlned by teacher in charge These Items aro published that tho patron may havo a moro perfect understanding of tho duties required Thoroughness Is our aim and without strict observ anco of rules and regulations it can not be satisfactorily secured Patrons an Invited to visit the school from time to tlmo and see tho character of work done School will open Monday morn Ing Sept 9 J W IRELAND IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William II Slmms aged about one of Richmonds best known citizens is deadAttorney J W Brown and G T Johnson havo been appointed election commissioners for Rockcastlc county While being scared at a rattlesnake Mr and Mrs John Evans were throws from a buggy and was badly hurt near R A Burnside of Garrard who has held tho position of Specin Employee in tho Internal Revenue ser vice has been made General Deputy Collector to have charge of the denatured alcohol matters in Kentucky Tho Shelby News says that Judge Pcako told It that tho renewed rumors that ho will resign are without foundation Ho says he not only will not resign but is a candidate foi another term This wus expected Few office holders resign and whet onco they get the habit of holding of fire it is hard to eradicate lIon Ed Hopper ono of tho most wldelyknown men outside public life In many states has been spending some time with his sister and brother Miss Jane and John Hopper in Lancaster Mr Hopper is a gentleman of fine char actor and a genuine good allround fel low His visit was greatly enjoyed by his legion of friends Lancaster Re cordMr Sam C Lackey of Harrodsburg representing tho Litchfield III Lamp Manufacturing Company closed a con tract for tho Frankfort Coliseum Com pany tp put In its light in tho new rink It is claimed that it is tho best and cheapest light and absolutely safe The fixtures etc will cost the Colcsseum Company about 400 After its install ation tho cost is comparatively small Tho Litchfield plant Is owned by four Lackey brothers formerly of Stanford entucky tate Journal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Better Than Three Doctors Three years ago wo had throe doe tors with our little boy and everything that they could do seemed in vain At last when nil hopo seemed to bo gone wo began using Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and In a few hours ho begun to Improve Today ho Is as healthy a child as parents could wish for Mrs B J Johnston Linton Miss For salo by nil druggists NEWS NOTES There has been a reduction of nearly 50 per cent in tho mortality rato among tho employes of tho Panama Canal dur- Ing tho last year Lord Frederick Seymour Barring ton has been taken to tho Missouri pen itcntiary to begin his life sentenco Cor the murder of James P McCann During an electrical storm that 8wept over St Louis Henry Albrcchit ago 14 was killed by lightning and Mory Schulte a girl was badly burned The body of an unknown woman guarded by a dog was found in tho woods near Knoxville Tenn The worn an apparently had been murdered An appeal is to bo made to President Roosevelt by tho leaders of the Tele graphers Union to take some action looking to a termination of tho tele graph strike- Thousands of peasants are dostitut and starving in consequence of the disastrous floods that havo visited tho central provinces of Japan during tho past few days Orders for 30000 tons of coal to be distributed along the route of the battleship fleet from the Atlantic to tho Pacific coast have been given to New York coal firms John Henry Birchfield the oldest rcsl dent of Cabell county if not of the State of West Virginia is dead Ho was considerably past 109 years old at the time of his death President Roosevelt cntcrtUncd n party of distinguished luncheon guest at Oyster Bay In honor of the visit the United States of Prince Wilhelmo Sweden who was the honored guest George Adams in jail at Ashland on tho charge of criminal assault was released by five men Tuesday after midnight and the police authorities have been unable to find a clew to his where abouts since Dr E E Hume of Frankfort chair man of the Educational Improvemen Commission of Kentucky has called a meeting of tho county superintendent of tho State to meet at Frankfort Wednesday September 4 At Owensboo Mrs J C W Beck ham and party consisting of Miss Ma mlo Smith Mrs Weir Griffith and Dr J M Coffman were held up while au tomobiling A drunken man on horse back blocked their way and threatens them for fully 20 minutes- It is believed at Washington that th transfer of the 16 battleships of the Atlantic fleet to the Pacific will be made tho text by the President for a request to the next Congress for unusually large naval appropriations No plans have been made for tho return of the fleet It F Singleton an aged man or Newport was found fatally wounded n rooming house in Cincinnati Whet discovered he was tightly bound and gagged The room in which he was ly Ing had been occupied by a couple known as Mr and Mrs Walter West of Cleveland 0 Loretto Academy In Marion county has filed a deed of release of the mortgage for 370000 which was given to cover a debt contracted several year ago when extensiveimprovements were made The Mother Superior conducted tho large transaction entirely alone displaying great financial ability- A dispatch to the Louisville Time says J T Routen of Junction City owns a garden containing a quarter of an acre of land Fivo years ago he invested 10 in genseng seed and plant ed them in his little lot and today hi has fully 10000 worth of plants hay tag refused that sum for his products The CourierJournal building includ ing tho plants of The Times and Courier Journal and a score of private business offices was devastated by fire Most of the upper floors of the structure are completely wrecked and their contents burned or made worthless by scorching and water Tho lower floors of the building were flooded with water and the occupants temporarily driven to other homes The heaviest lossamount ing to several hundred thousand dol lars will fall on the Courier Journal and Times and the loss of theother oc cupants of the building will reach between 10000 and 50000 The heav iest losers outside tho Courier Journal and Times were tho TinsleyMayer Engraving Co about 10000 the Lemon jewelry store The building and con tents wero insured for about 80 per cent of their valu- eEndorsed By The County The most popular remedy in Otse go County and tho best friend of my family writes Wm M DIetz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gilbertsvlllo N Y is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to bo an Infallible cure for coughs undeolds making short work of tho worst of them Wo always keep a bottle in the house I believe It to be tho most valuable prescription known for Lung and Throat diseases II Guaranteed to never disappoint tho taker by Pennys Drug Storo Price 50o and H Trial bottle free HUSTONVILLE Born to the wlfo of Major Snow n boy to bless them in their declining yearsEmmett McCormack bought while at tho Liberty fair a car load of stock of various parties- J Roy B Rose and family left Mon day for Etowah Tenn where he has a good position with the L d N C M Wade overseer on the road from Mt Salem to the river road al Mrs Richards deserves much credit for good judgment used in his work All kinds of impaired vision easily corrected by our resident optician Dr L C Powell who guarantees all work Office in telephone exchange building Room 3 It Reports from Freeport III indicate another nice salary increase for Wal lace Hall by the Illinois Central A substantial way of rewarding a faithful employe The bloodhounds were called to Mt Salem last week and located the coal taken from J J McKinneys home to a neighbors to whom ho had loaned It to thrash his wheat George Routen and Miss Mary E Jenkins of Junction City were married hero by Rev Clarence Daniels So well did they keep their secret that the friends of tho brido and groom were completely surprised- W P Carson sold his farm to John Burton for about 11000 Possession for seeding purposes given this fall and full possession given Jan 1 Mr Car son has been In bad health this summer and ho may decide to go West Wo havo a 30 days option on some of the best farms in tho county and at prices less than land not as good is bringing In other localities Come and let us show you or write for full par ticulars Williams d Co agents Mrs Lena Averitt of Bradfordsville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs F M Yowell Mrs Ella Green of Harrodsburg is visiting her sister Mrs Routen Elbert Harper Salisbury N C spent last week with friends here Services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening Morning subject Ruths Choice Evening Cleanse Thou me From Secret Faults Union prayer meeting at the Presbyterian church Wednesday evening led by Rev Lander The funeral of Austin Thompson for 40 years a merchant of near Chilton was conducted by the Hustonville Ma sonic lodge Saturday and the interment took place in Hustonville cemetery Mr Thompson was 84 years old and a highly honorable man He left a good estate HAD AN AWFUL TIME But Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Dlarrhooa Remedy Cured Him It Is with pleasure that I give you diis unsolicited testimonial About a year ago when I had a severe case of measles I got caught out in a bard rain and the measles settled in my stomach and bowels I had an awful tlmo and had it not been for tho use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not hoe possibly lived but a few hours longer but thanks to this remedy I am now strong and well I have written the abovo through simple gratitude and I shall always speak a good word for this remedySamh Gwln Concord Ga For solo by all druggists LEAD pencil wood Is getting so scarce that it is announced that pencils will be hereafter made out of compress ed potatoes However the Philippines may solve tho problem News from there says that lead pencil wood has been found in largo quantities which can bo laid down at Manila at 35 to 40 per thousand board fee- tWarning If you have kidney and bladder trouble and do notiuso Foloys Kidney Cure you will havo only yourself to blame for results as positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder dis oases G L Penny Richard Mansfield the bestknown actor on tho American stage passed away at his summer residence Seven Oaks Ocean avenue New London Conn Death was directly due to die ease of the liver aggravated by com plications Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup Is sold under a positive guarantee to euro constipation sick headache stomach trouble or any form of IndigestiOn If It falls tho madufacturers refund your money What moro can any one do G L Penny An old friend bumped into me today Didnt you bump into him as well 1 No ho the auto A new railroad lino is projected from Carlisle to Salt Lick The right of way has been secured and a survey has been made More Than 25000 in Prizes A Slate Fair ribbon has the backing ot the Commonwealth of moneythatLowest Rates by Rail and River r You Just Cant Afford to Miss It r swelledtoSee our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 steel trottlngTrotting Pacing Running Races Dally An amusement program running way Into thousands oi dollars united with an exhibition plan never before attempted EPT1i62119OXIrOUISVILLE s Capt Knabenshue in his passengercarrying airshipthe marred of the centurywith and exhibitions and a night ride la the air guided by a searchlight captlnballoonSensational acrobatic acts tree each day And the worlds greatest living color page of amusement enter prises Pains famous Manhattan Beach fire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction ot the aweInspiring calamity of 1906 given nightly In the Infield In front of the grand stand Three concerts dally by Naliello and his premier band of fifty artists from the Land of Music KentuckyLegislatureBoard ol Agriculture Write for catalogue and illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary Louisville the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTOFlSsl J B 0valey Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shauks Stanford W 0 Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wayneaburg Ky H S VEDComfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bathroom with 815 worth of coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms The ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Banzai Tooth PowderI Is Hard to Beat I Try It Only 25 Cents STANFORD DRUG CO Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Varnishes School Supplies Best Four Finish is RENULAO W JB r McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD Nw PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded The Interior Journal C Co WALTON f r J T ROBERTS Is a candidate for Magistrate In the Crab Orchard Magisterial District subject to tlio ftntton of the democratic uarty JJHN J MOSER Is n cendtdnto for JAIler of Lincoln coot subject to the notion ol the Democratic party M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democrntlc- party JAMES C HAYS Iin candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county to the action of the Democratic subject D C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun- T subject to the action of the Democratic party JUDGE HAGER AT LEXINGTON SATURDAY We give you below a synopsis of Judge Hagera speech in opening his campaign for governor at Lexington which is manly straight forward andI honest He dodges nothing In fact is the man and democrat the INTEKIOR JOURNAL always proclaimed him to be When a fearless and honest delegate boldly denounced that assassination upon the floor of the convention that nominated my opponent Mr Willson and vigorously declared that the men who killed Gocbcl even though they thought they were working in the right interest of the Republican party ought to be hanged Every one of them should die for this crime and if the party wants success it must not shirk this issue but must see that every man connected with this foul murder pays the full penalty of the law he received not the slightest evidence of sympathy but on the contrary a stubborn sphinxlike silence spread over that body of Republican delegates and ah ominous frown of disapproval that sentiment marked with emphasis the features of all Along its course are no haunting spirits of unfaithfulness The McChord railroad bill promised by the Democrat ic party to the people which was pass ed by the Legislature of 1898 but vetoed by Gov Bradley has become a law under the just operations of which freight rates in the Commonwealth have been lowered and equalized to the great benefit of the shipper- A uniform School Book Bill the en actment of which was pledged by the Democratic party to the people has been placed upon the Statute books and under its provisions and operations the price of the school books used in our common schools has been materially reduced to the advantage of the children of the State In these as in all pledges made the Democratic party his kept faith with the people and has not been content with mere vaporings or high sounding declarations Without any pledge the Democratic p arty has given the people of Ken tacky such temperance legislation as tie sentiment of the times demanded As between these two parties and pilicica and principles represented each you are to choose You are the final arbiters and to your judgment and choice the Democratic party pledges itself to bow in humble submission The speaker then declared himself in favor of State development industrial moral and educational He urged the further extension of the common school system the making of a great univer sity of State College the passage of proper child labor laws and the strengthening of health and similar lawsThe Democratic party has always been the friend of labor in this country and has favored and encouraged its or ganizationI favor of every proper law to protect labor from the encroachment of capital upon its rights and every proper law that will preserve to capital its natural rights As Governor I would be careful to see that no laws unjust to either capital or labor should become effective i I am and at all times have been in favor of fair and honest elections not only in the State but also in the coun ties and in the cities and towns of thin Commonwealth Election manipulators should be weeded out It is the sacred right of every legal voter of the State tap cast his vote and it is also his right to have his vote counted as it is cast In this Commonwealth there is no place for those who juggle returns but we demand a fair and honest count of all the legal votes cast Honesty and fair dealings in politics are as essential to good government as honesty in the ad ministration of all governmental affairs He then declared himself in favor ofI all possible reforms in dealing with the charitable institutions of the State and referred to the work he claimed had al ready been done by the Democratic ad ministrationComing to the question of tem perance Mr linger said Mr Wilson his opponent had dodged the issue- I have never been fanatical or unrea sonable but have had my independent views without disparaging any other whose views upon any question might own My sympathies offumperance favor of such reasonable and feasible legislation as might be demanded by the sentiment of my State I am in hearty accord and sympathy with the best and most feasible temperance thought and heartily indorse any rational movement or law that tends to the moral upbuilding and uplifting of the Stale I indorse without reserve the action of the last Democratic General Assem ply in passing the County Unit Law which law I believe to be in harmony with the principles of my party and to be thoroughly Democratic it should be extended so as to apply to all counties I am in favor of all reasonable proper and feasible legislation on the temperance question and any and all such taws would have my earnest and honest support and approval If we would have our proud Commonwealth occupy the enviable position be foro tho world that she should occupy her laws must be enforced without fear or favor without prejudice or partiality while the criminal and penal laws of the State should be rigidly enforced those relating to the proper observanc- eI the Sabbath should be as strictly en speaker then put the question to Mr Wilson as to whether if elected Governor he would pardon the men charged with the murder of Goebel After four years experience as the head of the financial department of the State confidently assert that the tax rate of 50 cents though not itself excessive can and ought to be reduced and if elected Governor I will in my message to the Legislat e recommend that it be reduced to 40 cents the lowest tax rate ever experienced since the adoption of the present Constitution The speaker further reiterated the explanations made during the Democratic primary campaign regarding the public printing contracts the special attorneys fees and the State Capitol architect fees in all of which he declared the Democratic administration had acted with the utmost wisdom He also declared he would not if elected Governor be a candidate for the United States Senate or any other office within the gift of the people DR BRUNER who thinks he is running for Secretary of State on the Republican ticket grows more and more savage In a speech at Louisville he said I want to say to you that the machine at Frankfort is head ed by an election thief and assisted by another election thief and not only election thieves but grafters besides as I will soon show The little whelp seems to have the rabies Let him alone and he will soon bite himself to death iTilE Western Kentucky papers are shooting it into Capt W J Stone for running against Senator Conn Linn the Democratic nominee The old Confederate they say are especially severe as during the awful conflict four years service they learned to distrust and despise a deserter and a turncoat and to know that a comrade would turn against them in the declining years of life revives anew their old determinations LESLIE T CATSCovington was nominated at Maysville for judge of the court of appeals from the Sixth District to oppose Judge John M LasI sing the democratic nominee The nomination came on the 40th ballot after a hard fight It was thought that Judge Samuel B Holmes of Nicholas county had the nomination cinched when the convention met but the Ap plegate forces out generated him EVERYBODY in Kentucky feels the CouriirJournahich bad as at first believed The States greatest daily has wonderful recuper ative powers and with the neighborly assistance of its contemporaries was soon put on its feet again You cant keep a working man down and the Haldemans are workers with a big W AWAY up in the mountains Willson is telling the natives all sorts of stories and ramming untruths down their throats but a day of reckoning is corn ing Democratic speakers will show him and his party up in such a way that they will resent the impudence by turning him and his ticket down good and hard CHURCH MATTERS Rev J Murray Taylor assisted the pastor in a successful revival at Dry Run near Georgetown Mr Robt H Bowl of Louisville will begin a series of meetings next Lords day at the meeting place of the church on Lancaster street opposite jail In the new quarters one door below the former meeting place Everybody invited Come lets reason together Eczema For the good of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble I wish to say my wife hall something of that kind and after using the doctors remedies for some time concluded to try Chamberlains Salve and it prov ed to be better than anything she had tried For sale by all druggists HAMMOCKS at cost Stanford Drug Co Additional Local R G PETTUS of Preachersville at tended the Springfield fair last week HOMER WRAY will take Carroll Bal leys string of horses to the Somerset fair and we hope he will come back with the coin FILE YOUR CcJ IMsThe day for filing claims against Lincoln county in cluding turnpike claims will be Sept 28 George B Cooper clerk liON G ALLISON HOLLAND of Lexington will address the democrats of Lincoln county at the court house hero next Monday county court day Sept 9th at 130 P M Mr Holland is a flu ent speaker and we hope the democrats will turn out to hear him expound dem ocratic doctrine e RODERTS NOMINATED At the mass convention at Crab Orchard Saturday to nominate a democratic candidate for magistrate Chairman J F Holdam called the convention to order and Mr R II Bronaugh was made chairman and Dr Phillips secretary Mr J T Roberts was placed in nomination by wellsnldspeechfor nominated The convention then adjourned Xo charge for examination or scientifical ly testing ryes by uptodate methods Pre scrlptlon glasses ground to order let workStyle mine or mounting and material satisfactory charge moderate Permanently located Central Telephone Ilulldlng Ky L C roWKLL Graduated ciptometrytt Dr W N Craig is here in Stanford Kyover W B McKoborta Drug Store prepared anllITerms Cash PUBLIC SALE I The arm below will lie ottered first In IoU No nod So to and then ai n whole on Fit DAY OUT 411U7 My fine blue gram furor 3J mllei West of llustonvlile i tulle from plKe and Carper ter tttatlon consisting oils acre ot rod blue grass hemp or tobacco mod all In grail Till arm can be equally divided to advantage so us to have u good dwelling on each piece Ito necessary outbuilding The farm lays almost Inn square only 0110 angle In line There uru three stock burn good tobacco tarn s stable tenant house goal water In every field six IIIUlnll springs with 3 streams running througl wbole tract J 8TEELK OAKPBNTEH 11utunvtllrKy Notice of Election I Regular term Lincoln county local court held April 2 lion C urrrn prenld Ins with the tuliowlng Justices ul tile Peace toWIt W D Wulllll Jt Duddcr ar NVil Dudderarand U It Adams H was moved by Justice W JL Iiudderar and seconded by Justice I Viillln that the following action be taken by thu court The grand jury ot Lincoln county at Us February term or the Lincoln circuit court having recommended a new court IIIlurlIlKtocourt house now In use Is unsafe and land equate lor the public convenience cud prey ervation ot the 1ubllc Itecords It Is order eel nnd ndudgeU that the sum of thirtyfive thousand dollar be suggested u the turn necessary to build n new court house and H Is urther ordered tint an election be held and n poll opened at the several voting Tuesdaytelection at which the appropriation above suggested shall bo tubimtteu to the legal voter of Lincoln county for their approval rejectionThe of Lincoln county II directed to advertise said election forutleast thirty lays next before the day thereof In the In crier Journal being the only newspa er published In Lincoln county IInd tile otll ceri ol said election lire directed to hold tile election between the same hours that they ore required to hold elections lor coun ty olllcersj which election shall bu held and relJlclII u required by the general election law In force In this ritiite at the time the same la held The Clerk of tile Lincoln county court shall cautu to be printed on the Ulllclul mil loll to l 4 used In said election the word and figure Are you In favor ul an appro prlatlon or t75tlo for building u new court louse fur Lincoln County and have two paces upon the right of right same one for deIera opposing the appropriation to be desig uSed by the word No And wild UlerK lull prepare said ballot In all other re theluestuckyIn thu event the requslte number of legal voter of Lincoln county vote In savor of said appropriation It U ordered that thus court cause the bond of Lincoln county to thu amount ot E 5uiU to bu prepared execut ed mid Issued on printed lorms under the teal ot the county to bu signed by the Coun of Lincoln County Court and countersigned by thu Clerk of said Court payable to bearer at Lincoln Nat lethal Unll of Htanord Kentucky which bonds shall not bear II greater rate of Inter est than four ersehtptiytblusend annwd at Lincoln County National Hank of- HIRlllordl1l1dlnlerullt coupons shall Iw ute tached to sold bonds nlgned by the Clerk of tho Lincoln County Court said Ixjiul shall be issued In three series towlti Herles hA Herles UlIud Merle Ut Merles A em bracing ten thousand dollars of said bonds shall consist of twenty bonds for the sum of pit each and nun Bred one to twenty Me rle li consisting 01 ten thousand dollars of said booms sluili consist of twenty bond for the sum of Vim a ml numbered front 21 to and adollars of sfldN1bondsIsbulleuulirt uof thirty bonds of Suu each cad numbered from to 70 The bonds embraced in Herlc A shall VourtInImyhlblun litthoyear from tho date of their Issuo and due nldlinterCourt on and after llftcen year from the paYliblotwentA copy attest ClerkUy i1tY For Sale or Rent I The Newton Hotel property n now two story brick embracing Is rooms and ball nnd one storeroom I j3 feet Located on the corner of Main A Danville Avenue in lIiiMonvllle Ky Sins cistern Ice house and otheroutbulldlng Address NEWTON 1IHOH Somerset Ky OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly White Mill r Has been thoroughly renovated and Is now In fine condition to tho best of Flour 4enbRte 11Ultom lrlndlllg done Oil nub TUht4UY and IIII1AY trial lor- tbu toll III formerly OWe me W H HMITH Proprietor Crab Orchard h1 PUBLIC SALE I will soil nt public auction nt the latg John farm two mile from llustonvllle on Mlddleburg pike on Tt KH DA Y 8K IT IT 1W7 the following Hirsonal properly vlst Hour brood mate three mule om horw colt n No1 team of heavy work horses II I bull Ilmclns ewes bucks tlsntxcrenof guilt corn to be counted oft In the Held Tldrt IIvt or 40 acres of hemp In shock to be oold by tilt ogre farming Implements consisting of I hinder mow er I hay plows and harrows corn crusher hoe wagon set wagon lint nose runabout lot of hemp brook two or here loads of oM hay Onus on place to Iw rvntnl from day of tale BHlll Jan Home houiehohl sill Kltplien furni tin Terms mad known on If tale Ixfins at 10 C U VANAIIHUAIU Iintonvlll Ky CaptT D English 1n- ctCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Oourt A J AufUit 1lnlnniT vs John Horton etc Defendant Notice of Bale lunuiant to n Jtkttmint of the Ulrotn clrvult court in the htsve ay kit nctlon tI undersigned Master Commissioner of said court will on MONDAY HII1IIIl1I1 M In front of the court pubhOUNutery to the highest nun ollowlni descrllxil real estate or to much thereof as limy Ls necessary to realize tile lum of lybflwllh percent Inlerwst there on front June iII with the Os of this action The said land Is In Lincoln county Ky about three miles East of svllle on the waters ot the liuckeye urn of Buck Greek Bud Is bounded nl follows nt n htoknry IIbek 0fI ond dogwood stnlullng al the original cor ner ot n survey patentwl acharlnh anti Ittleton t ngvn for ncres un1J- III If and itrnted Nov lt run nllIl thence North un ttcons line N II poles thence N II K M poles H a1 K Tt K oles N hi K IInlOlLM11I1I landThealrwill lit made on n credit of six months anti the purchaser will IK required to give bond for tho purchase lth security Interest eoueluloneranti tearing at tl1l rate of a tier cent eunuh front dRltt of sale until Mild ThV land will haw the force and effect of n judgment and to urth er secure the payment of same a lien will be retained on the CEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C PUBLIC SALE Having derided to farming and move to town I win sell nt public auction at the Mrs H It Hlatt farm 3 Northeast of tnnford and I nUle Northeast of Trnylor Hwltch tilt bourn A IHx Shiver turn pike on HATmPAY HEIT lWT Till following towtl Onr span 01 e venroldld hand nitre nntle tnel nn1- Ifnt t and out wurkers grey mare toIluold hllnlll11I foul to lilY lark nnd- Olll Clint good work IIInrt I Urnniark falll- II and worker heal In stnalv tolllhUII Vllke likes driver and In font to Asbinn IIroot H T Harris Jt n II WOOIII tilt trot tlnl stallion Till mare In lIt 110111 eolt and It IsAhlaial Ilrookb her Ihle by nlutout ofa lcnmnik uiurey Kingfill attention and very Iltllt- tnlllllllil with the should uuike n mare that will iekJoeIredl price Hngsrorfantiout 01 I yenrling jtuntiIJ1l1rRlerlenolla and UlUI- leolt III lonllojnlt IlIInr1I1ttllllnre well lamed twotwoY yenr ld colts with young calf by her side a COIonl lahI yrnrllui brlfrr iI Lun- tewxlwaahonewagon lot or Ioarness Hinder cultivatorChampion ver lUrrow t NolIttlng tlllllgi leer- toolnunleroUs to tontlouilHale to- CUlllnltnle lit sharp TtItIHl1 ul antler cast In hand nil ucer that ntnountu credit 01 tu gtv Mix numlhs will btIlhtn purchllr Irnote with lecllrlty note cent interest Irolll dale of wile negutln- tOr and Igynblo In the lnncoln County Na- mil Co Hank to h6 removed until tlrllli of the sale are compiled with J HAUTAIN Htnnrord Ky Col J P Chandler Auct Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court r Mary C Fe 1etat1chcsdnnU Notleeofsale- cuftCourt of the i ntb IlI ov ItllIllIllIon Ulc undersigned Master Conmdlloner on MONDAY HEIT VT1I fonl In front Ky betten andY PNnsell Htan Iuh and best bidder IIIl1ch to the lilghestlie outcry herellllllttr descr11at1 rent llof he necesary to rnllzo the sum tilt na nmy under01 Il57359 IIforllllld the trm datesandlthenfurtherhsuinflof tbe 111 ithecuntbeing IIIUIIl1 1h ll- hrnl anftareHtnnnfor tl I1nnvlllefluntiptkc K out milesside it Oil tll Yalt the water ofHtllnford Ky and Oil Irom York beIng the IlIrm on whIch A prior to his 31 hived for IIIIIUY bounded as foladd farm isfhedellth of thelit the nhulmllt10wI IIlglnlllng the Ntanoil tYork rldge onIInngln the pike with nvlllo turnpike thence up of J I lnWIOII taO Hwopt now the line of 31n R Jackson place to the corner nail lthellland formerly IlIlulner 01 her corner tht Innd owne l thetobinondecenscdthencewith01 T line of the TC Robinson landthe llIlhknown IIIInndner of the of J T Slackthetotbence thnt line the alley n strllllhtley known Its tplace III1Cklo1 Htlioileyfeyttencene to the corner 01 the Innd to Irwin thllt nd thence tbe line of tbnt tile KinK land the lice corntr Ot ttte hfhehue 01 tlUlt Inml to tho 1lIlnnlllllc- Olltllll1lnl lucre or less Only mucb 40 ncres nlortlllnid Innd will sal sold mn of tht itxvethe smileneCtIiAllry tohy lIt forth Dltile event the nlCl 8Ilry sums aro tra thfronte lalo leor uucress1whi- chndscourioinul tire laid oil bv mete and mil distances and allotted to the purchaser The sale will Iw made on credit of inil n and the 11 oaths of the purchase price to Iluo Interet t lilt luny accrue tbrloll ellcblit the Ixlllrnllon ofand payable For thulimo01 the will Ie rothe rebnserpricepurcbnlo lecurlt- IJlnilio give bond w tbnIIIJrOd to the OOllllnlllloner Iurlng at the rate of a per per annual Irom ditto of Nile ttntll mid anti haying the ion of a jUtlglluHlt lion will secure the payment osam n be retained on sold GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C Handsome Bop As these fellows appear on PAPER so will your Boys really appear with one of ourtExtra Good Suits on The quality is never fl left out nor the style neglected We run our Short Pant Suits to 17 years in size as we also do our odd Short Pants Our stock is + ready for the mothers to inspect J rsar H J McftOBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Ponpadour Perfume It costs more but you do not have to use as much and it lasts longer so that it really is cheaper Try it and you will always use it 100 per ounce PENNYS DRUG STORE Btanford Kentucky r For sale by OED H FARIIIS Stanford Kv t I BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong teachers in all departments High School Grammar Interme diato Primary Music Cooking and Sewing Only three places left in tho dormitory and cottages but good homes in tho town are open to students Terms Board and tuition 10500 Tuition alone 830 820 15iForrcatalogue nddroeu MISS IDA M PrincipalMount 0 N j Until SATURDAY SEPT 7TH we will pay LI7rILt Per eZCI1 Eci Eggs4 t Special Offering in Ginghams Calicoes Percales Satteens Apron Ginghams Cottons for Early Fall SewingI r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD BTANKOUD KY SKIT 3 1907 SEP our window for big reduction t ialo of box papers Wc and 25c boxes now 16c to room for now stock Pennys Drujt Store PERSONALS J C LYNN is In Loulsvlllo on busi ness i MRS LINDA TUCKER of Versailles is with her sisters here t MR G L PENNY spent several dnys in Louisville on business Nun SMITH of Norfolk Va is vrfth his grandfather Col T P MR M G MURIitY of Ktngavlllc paid us a substantial call yesterday DR W HAIIRY HIRGINS will return to Johns Hopkins University today- GRADY AND WILLIAM TUCKER taking in tho Jamestown Exposition MISSES METTLE AND BRUCE WEAKEN of Cairo III are with relatives here 11bi18S EULA TOTTEN returned from- lIarrodluutltJif and Lexington yesterday JOHN M WATERS is at Crab Orchard with his aunt Mrs George Carpenter i MRS LOGAN It HUGHES Is at lilt- Vernon Mr Hughes spent Sunday there MESSRS J It WILLIAMS nnd T D + William of Eubanks were here yes terday I DR W N CRAIG of Middlcsboro was hero yesterday mingling with old EUZARETH BAUOHUAN of Dan vile Is the attractive guest of Mrs E T M McttonERTS of Stanford Is visiting Dr and Mrs W S Law will AdvocateDR DECK of Louisville spent a week with his parents Mr and Mrs Wm Deck GAIT It It GENTRY of Frankfort spent Sunday and yesterday with his family here MR AND MRS T B HAMMONDS of Stanford were In town Monday Cas ey County News MASTER T J Goocit of McKinney II with his aunt Mrs W M Murphy at Pleasant Point MISSES MARGUERITE AND ZADA ZA I NONE of Lancaster were the guests of 1Mrs U S Traylor Miss LINDA MILLER returned from a protracted stay at Toledo Ohio another t points Friday Mn AND MRS HORACE BROWN order i their paper changed to Petoskey Mich h where they are sojourning MRS GEO P MAURY after spending tho summer with her parents here returned to Joplin Mo Sunday MR ED DUDDERAR wife and child ren of Birmingham Ala are the guests of Col W HufT Dudderar MISSES GERTRUDE Goocit of McKIn ney and Neeta Murphy of Somerset are visiting Mrs J M Petry at Otten helmMISSES OPHELIA AND ANNA LEe Mon ERLY who have been in Louisville for a month returned to their home at McKinney yesterday liONS W F TOMLINSON and Roscoo Conkling Tartar of tho Internal Rove nue office wero guests of Col W H Traylor at his home at Gilberts Creek MESDAMES W M BRIGHT of this- I place and W J Yager of Louisville accompanied by Thomas and Morrison Brghtaro at Jamestown Washington Richmond and other points of interest MRS LUSK of Hustonvlllo and Mrs Mary Lusk McAfee of Baltimore are guests of Mrs 11 C Kuuflman Miss Mclllo Hopper of Hustonvlllo has been visiting her aunt Miss Jano Hopper Lancaster Record MESSRS W S Bunch Geo B Sauf ley W II Shanks T J Hill Jr B D Carter J T Embry J W Guest G D Weatherford M F North tT Helm A Addams and Isaac Shelby Sr attended the dcmocatlc campaign open ing at Lexington Saturday JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES return ed Sunday night from Martinsville Ind with Mrs Hughes who has been there for some time under treatment for muscular rheumatism Mrs Hughes is considerably improved but is still in a serious condition Horrodsburg Democrat W A LANGFORD has sold his inter oat in the Richmond Real Estate Co to R E Sauce of Garrard county Mr Salleo and family are moving to Rich mond having purchased from R J McKeo his residence on tho Summitt for 3000 cosh Climax Wo com mend Mr Sallce and his excellent fam ily to the people of Richmond MISS MINNIE WOODS is with relatives at Paint Lick REV WILLIAM HOPPER returned from Whitesburg Sunday- J F Coots of Lexington was hero for sevoral days on business liON P D RATLIFP of Jackson Miss was the guest of Miss Arethusa McAllster Miss NANNIE KENNEDY who has been here with her parents returned to Knoxvillo Sunday MR XAN DUDDERAR and wife of Louisville are with the family of Col W huff Duddornr Missus PBAKL BURNBIDE and Mattlo Hays Owsle are the of Miss Susan loisherVoodsIM 0 VANDEVBER JR nnd wife and Miss Blanche VanDevecr spent Sunday at Richmond MR LESTER MCHARGUE who graduated from the Stanford Male Fcmalo Seminary last year will attend College at Georgetown this year MISSES FANNIE AND DAISY VANDE VEER will leave for Nashville tomorrow tho former to purchase millinery tho other to resume her position LOCALS FRUIT cans and jelly glasses at Far ris GRAPES Salo Ed Hubbard Stan ford SOUTH BLIND watches for sale at MuellersSRECLEANED iced rye J H Baugh man Co- SPECTACLES eyeglasses etc at W H Muellers ONLY a few of thoso good creamery cans left Farris FOR tho boat line ranges to select from go to Farris JUST received a line of fresh candles It tastes like more Geo D Hopper SIZE bottle Burdock tonic compound for only 25c at tho Stanford Drug Co- JusT rccicved a largo line of stoves and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton FOR RENTMrs Wallaces property on Danville street apply to L R Hughes Stanford Ky FOR SALEBuggysurrey pony and harness playhouse swing book cases household and kitchen furniture See L M Omer TilE Somerset fairbeginstoday and tho management invites all its Lincoln county friends to come down and enjoy the exhibition Tim Stanford Graded School will begin next Monday when a largo enrollment is looked for Start your boys and girls tho first day THE rain yesterday will do the farm ers some more good It certainly cooled the atmosphere and made sleeping moro delightful at night THERE will bo n meeting of the di rectors of tho Lincoln County Fair As sociation next Friday afternoon Sept 6 at 3 oclock All ore requested to bo present J F Cummins sccy FROM present indications the Madi son County Fair at Richmond Sept 10 112 and 13 promises to bo tho most successful exhibition held in recent years Everything is being done by those interested to have on this occa sion an excellent display of stock and other products of tho farm and home This will be a fair for everybody JACK GOODE SIITNews reached hero Sunday night that Jack Goodo was accidentally shot in New Orleans that day and it was thought tho wound would prove fatal It Is to be hoped tho wound will not prove as serious as first thought Mr Goodo and family have only been living in N 0 for a short while He is a son of Mr Joe Goode of this place MR J R BEAZLEY is back from the London fair where he did splendidly capturing 13 blues and 18 reds on his splendid string His great mare Sweet Marie driven by lion J M Alvcrson of this place won tho fancy turnout ring This is the third times season that Mr Alverson has won that ring with Sweet Marie Mr Beazley left yesterday for Somerset with 10 where we hope ho will do well FOR RrNTTho Dr Bronaugh property till tho end of 1007 Apply to L bL Omer HAVING soldmmules I have withdrawn my sale for Sept 12 B Ram soy Jr Paint Lick CRAD ORCHARD Graded School tax is now due If not paid before Oct 1st 5 per cent penalty will be added Maurice M Perkins collector and treasure or THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices THE Warren Grigsby Chapter will carve ice cream and cake in the court house yard this Tuosday afternoon at 4 oclock Everybody invited Go help a good cause and be refreshed MEN WANTED Fifty men for shop work in Freeport Must have good habits Steady work Send two cent stamp for particulars to W H Hall No 90 Winncshcik Street Freo porr 11- 1FINE FARM FOR SALEI have a splendid farm of about 200 acres for sale It is well improved watered fenced and all necessary outbuildings Apply to J A Rice Moreland Ky R F D No1- lituln n GIVEN YMEARSAt Lancaster a jury which had been summoned from Mercer county to try William Slumber for the murder of Policeman George Pollard rendered a verdict of 21 years in the penitentiary Tile skating rink at Waltons Opera louse Friday night was poorly attend ed but thoso who were there enjoyed it to the fullest extent The management has not decided yet when the rink will be opened regularly BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Fine farms throughout Central Kentucky for sale ranging in size from 40 to 700 acres From C3O to 100 per acre in price Write us for list or description Hughes Swinebroad Real Estate Dealers Lancaster Ky NEW BANK Tho establishment of a deposit bank at Wayncsburg on tht 15th of August was an evidence of the growth and thrifty enterprise of this busy village on the border of Lincoln and Pulaski counties rho officers are wellknown prosperous citizens Mr Stanley Mcintosh of Casey county an experienced banker being cashier Somerset Journal To MAMMOTH CAVELowest rate over named 1265 from all stations on Kentucky Division from Stanford to Richmond Sept 2G This amount will include the railroad fare also board at Cave hotel from arrival for supper until after breakfast morning of third day also the long and short routes in the cave including special side trip to see the ruins of Karnah or Great Mammoth Dome Through coach on regu lar morning train See L N agents Tim Crab Orchard Graded School will begin Sept 9th and it is hoped that every pupil in the district will be pres ent Those from outside tho district will receive a hearty welcome Thorough instruction will characterize each deportment The course of study con tinues from the primary grade through a good high school course and those wishing special studies will be accommodated The teachers have been care fully chosen each having had ful experience in their successI Those wishing to study music keeping will find a good opportunity here For any information address Edw F Davis Supt or R II Bronaugh Secy No1 BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE Containing 251 acres of rich fertile land fine for hemp and tobacco En tire farm is in grass except 25 acres All in fine state of cultivation will grow anything that can be grown on fine blue grass land A 4000 residence in fine repair Two good barns crib buggy house coal house Ice house etc Anyone wanting a nice home H miles from town and right at Graded School and churches will do well to call and see this place before buying as it is one of the most convenient homes in the county and one of tho best watered farms to be found any where cistern 1oorfurtherR Hughes Stanford Ky THE L N will sell roundtrip tickets to tho Paris fair at 245 Sept 2 to 7 good until the 9th LABOR DAY was observed hero yesterday by the banks and the postoffico the latter keeping Sunday hours LOST in Stanford between hero and Gilberts Creek bundle containing dozen spools of thread white No pair black kid gloves left ono had befitted to the hand MARSHALL STONE who has been an employe in this office for the past four or five months has developed into a rapid type setter He can set a galley of 8 point brevier in about four hours and almost errorless lie has a good idea of machinery a splendid paper mailer and in fact an allround good- man to have in a printing office Ho is polite obliging painstaking and some day wo hope to see him reach the top round In the ladder of fame BAUYTES MINES Burton H Vance the Louisville lawyer and capitalist combined with New York City capitol ists will erect a barytes mill at Danville the cost of which will be 100000 The Company has leased 6000 acres of barytes mines near Hubble and a force of 50 men is now engaged In removing the mineral from the mines a number of which have already been opened Two years ago Deputy Sheriff George Wood took a lease on the farm of B W Givens near Rubble and began mining what he thought was fluorspar He had made arrangements with a Dayton 0 firm to take the output of hlf fiuor spar mines and shipped a carload to that city The firm notified him by wire to hold up future shipments You havent shipped fluor spar the stuff Is barytes the telegram read SINGLETON comes from Way ncsburg that Rev Nathan Singleton father of Supt Garland Singleton of this place dropped dead Sunday afternoon Mr Singleton had attended Sab lath School in the morning and apparently was in good health Mr Singleton was one of the best men In the Wayncaburg section He had been a minister of the Gospel for 40odd years and in all of that time he had brought hundreds of souls to Christ In faith and in practice he was a he was upright and honorable with all mankind and no wanderer ever approached him but what he went away his pail full to overflowing heart filled with words of com fort from this splendid and good man Mr Singleton was in 72nd and had lived always in community in which he died Besides a wife he has left to mourn his loss five sons and two girls The burial will occur today The many friends of this good man deeply sym athize with his family in their great loss May God comfort and console them in this dark hour of their great affliction Peace to his ashes A Additional Local on Second Page Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Clrren McMullen Plaintiff vs M Wen ers inlinr et at Defendant Notice of alePursuant to n Judgment of tho Lincoln cIrcuIt nbovu tyhtJ action tUounderiiigned CommUnloncr will onMONDAY HKPT lIllr and 4 P M In front of tho court uusodoorinHhrnford Ky sell nt public nWry to the hlghest and best bidder the following deicrlued property to satisfy n ulhJ1llnt obtained Ie herein fur the turn of lUSnml a per cent Interext thereon from J until ubject to the following credit a paid Hnptli 1HHP Paid Oct S1WJ and Il puia Juno 1D1t V also to sati51y judgment of plnlntllt for the further IUIII ceut Interest thereon from January luo until paid together with the costs of thin action The following described personal property will tlr t be sold towlt circu lar saw nrllLconststing of one Inch Up rluht boiler lane and itodley engine Inker Davis double saw Lent oft saw j belts and attachments which win nt the time of the Institution of Ihlillctlont U K NVhoeldons In Iu liiskl county If the sale of this property Iw not sum the turns then thedent to following described real estate will Ixt sold towltl certain of land In Lincoln county the writer of Crab Orchard of luck Creek and bounded thus- inetthencehislineN52V 10 Oeorlle U poll to II the top n U lV beech near lutes to a white oak rat the foot of the hill lIy n thence N sl E voles to n stake In the creek a sassafras mud two sycamores marked thence N 58 K II polei to n stake n die of sawdust thence N mK K to poll to tree on hank of creek hence N W K IUlnr of creek thencelankto un ash onpoles and ohm lIy creekN E poles to n poplar thencetlltnce HJ maple tl1 poles tu two small on sddo 01 lull thence le W sd pole to n buckeyo- nnd walnut tlllnco H V poll to u hIck- ory and chestnut thence 81 W re poles to a bunch of chestnuts thence R 31 poles to 6 tune thence lI W poles to the begin nlnK containing W acres more or less The sale will be made on a credit or six 11I0nthl the purchnser beIng d to- hu security payable to the Commissioner and IIlRring ii per cntlnterost troll date of sale until paid Allen on the property told will be retained to lecuro the bond QEO B SAUFLEY M C U C C r South East Corner Main and Depot Streets II I i OUR Fall Dress Goods Ilavo just arrived Call in and let us show you our line of Mohairs Voiles Danish Cloth Sorge Plaids and SoUettes Black Patont Leather Bolts for children Grosgrain Ribbons in Black Blue Brown null White Prices to suit a- llTRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY Housej LAST CALL In order to make room for Fall goods we will close out our entire line of Ladies and Childrens Oxfords at greatly reduced prices 3 Oxfords 250 250 Oxfords 2 2 Oxfords 160 150 Oxfords 120 W E PerkinsCrab Orchard Icky I The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See EaT PENCE STANFORD IKY A Good Position For You The man or woman who earns a good salary has made preparation Let us help you to prepare for a good position We have helped others and can help you Shorthand Bookkeeping Typewriting and all other commercial branches taught in the Business Departraentjof tho Sue Bennett Memorial School Write for leaflet giving particulars and showing what our students are able to aa coraplish Address J C LEWIS or E H LYLE LondonlKy IThe Interior Journal Snteredinthe FoilOffice at Stanford ttoondeltus malltf2- POBLIIIHBD TUEHDAVS AND FKIDAT AT 100 PERYEAR CASH When not to paid 1200 will be charged Jesse W Sweeney rnorciETon Livery Feoi sad Salo Statl Lanoaster Ky NOTICEn Union Jnck and Wire Any one needing Btreteber cnn leave their order with T n Newlnnd Rt HIRnford lie lens one llo will and take your order and will shortuottcthesameon n T LUNSFORD NOTICE 01qmplnn8pringesltuntetl6mties Pout R and on Mcltnney A Mlddleburg pike on II which hacks rnn dnU except treatment of Ilheumrfor thenow open Liver I nnd nil Htotu slim noel Troubles Itheunmtian- tspeclaltyatreasonnble n rates For partlcu- lays KJIBIMSIror RK D Box Si Hustonvllle B D CARTER NowLiveryDepot Street Phone 96- 8TANFOeDKENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Prug Store in the Owsley Buildiiig The FisherHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster street behl11 Springs nlld towni mile from HRlt Huluhur tVell saw dUtance Splendid t 1comfortableble and cool rooms lines per week INSURANCE fire Lightning Wlnd Storm Life and Aooldent None the BTHONGK8T and BK9T Companies Represented Lowest Pos Rates ss Paying Iteo r UneQualled Talk With MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No SI GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when then is so little dltlerence In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your measur taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Hprlng Hummer goods I east make from a low price business suit ti the flnestdress suit Overcoats Troui ers end Fancy Vests The company I rep resent Is second to none 11 0 HUPLYhtanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street SiiNFOBD KY Special Attention Given Commercial Men Uood Rigs at Reasonable Rates Stock Pone In Connection Also for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery Gasoline and Hteam Knglnes Threshing Machinery and Haw Mills It will ou to see tea before ou Also commission salesmen for all secondhand aechlnerytJ McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Ofllco Phone 107 Home 1hono JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Y 4 FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEI0 good yearling mule Isaac Hubbard Moreland Ky Gco D Boone bought a lot of butch 31cI to the Left Fork Coal Co a pair of 3yearold mules for 400J W Williams bought of varioi parties a car load of butcher cattle nt 3i to 4- c1M B Eubanks and Kobt Rankin in Wayne county 100 feeders at 3J to 4c- FOR SALE CHEAP Wheat drill as Rood as new with fretilizer attachmen Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky 2t B G Fox of Danville will be here September court to buy two carloads of mule colts Have your mules in town Senator R L Hubble bought a pair of mules at London for 35 He also bought a couple of car loads of cnttle at 3J to 4c Ben Bright of Danville bought of Senator R L Hubble one team of mare mules Monday for 450Lan caster Record- Little Carroll Dudderar had a two yearold stallion to die last week of lung fever lie had been offered far cp price for him The leading breeders of Jersey cattl in America gathered at the Shelbyvill fair to see the show of dairy cattle The finest herds in the country compel edMrs Annie B Sweeney of Jefferson vine Ind has sold her Bluegrass fnrm to A E Hundley of Danville The farm contains 250 acres and the pric was 25000 FOR SALEBy Hancock Taylor i Co 236 5th Street Louisville Ky 137J acres of land five miles from Stanford near McKinney on Queen Crescent railroad for 1000 Write quid if you want it Ison Bros bought a pair of three yearold mules for 300 and a sever yearold mule for 150 from M Phillips They sold a combined threo year ol mare to A H Brown for 150 and pair of sixyearold mules to R A Dodd of Wilmore for 425 Harrods burg Democrat LAND SEEKERSA beautiful illustn ted harvest edition of the Baylor County Banner free Roosevelt said Texas is the Garden spot of the Earth This will tell you how cheap the land Is and why the land will double in valu in a short time Write and be surpris ed T J North Seymour Baylc County Texas The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientist are unanimous In the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the at talnment possible with the advance knowledge of which the race Is nOlv possessed The critical period thnt determines its duration seems to be between 50 and the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Nature best helper after 50 is Electric hitters the scientific tonio medicine tha revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Caleb Powers in jail pending trial fo the murder of William Goebel issued a statement at Georgetown in which he declares that he now knows the man who killed Goebel He also declare that he will demand a trial regardless of whether Hager or Willson is elected lovernor and that he desires the election of the Republican candidate only iccause it would mean that he would get a fair Judge The death rate has increased in New York from 1750 per thousand last year to 19 48 this year Last week 394 children under five years old died The ap ailing feature of this infant mortality which is proportionately as great inoth er large cities as in New York lies the fact that it is in a great measure due to preventable causes Ten Years In Bed For ten years I was confined to my- bed with disease of my kidneys writes R A Gray J P of Oakdnlo Indlilt was so severe that I could not move part of the time I consulted the very best medical skill available but could get no relief until Fo leys Kidney Cure was recommended to mo It tins been a Godsend to me1 G L Tcnny Fifteen people were killed and prob- ablf 50 injured in a collision between an and a trac tlon car on theMattoon and Charleston ectric railway about one mile west of Charleston III The accident is said to- have been due to a confusion of orders Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent businessman of Bluff Mo that Ducklens Arnica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salvo over applied to a sore burn or wound or to a case of- 1lIe9 Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by Pens Drugstore 23- cDROwNEDStephen limit stepson of C W Hill colored who works for Mr C E Tate was drowned Sunday night nenr Covington where ho had been working for the railroad Tim L N will run an excursion to incinnatl Sunday 175 roundtrip 1Train leaves depot here at 5 A M n Democratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Beet hamFor GovernorS W Hagcr For Attorney General John 1 Hendricks For State Superintendent School M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor Sout TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubei VreelandFor Ruby LafToon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 far as reported Somerset Sept 34 days Paris Sept 3five days Bardstown Sept 4t days Monticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 166 days FOR SALEA now traction engine one separator self feeder and win stacker One saw mill with 30000 feet of logs to saw at 50c per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on account of ill health All this machinery Is comparatively new and cost about 53000 It can be bought for a very low price See or address L R ilughes Stanford Ky ExGov Bradley in a letter to Collector Roberts at Lexington state hat United States Commissioner of In ernal Revenue Capers will make three speeches for the Republican Stale Committee in Kentucky this fall Hay Fever ana Summer Colds Victims of hay fever wilt experience rent benefit by taking Foleys Hone mad Tar as it stops dllllcult breathln Immediately and heals the intlamci mfr passages and oven if it should all to cure you it will give Instant relief The genuine is in a yellow pack age G L Penny The motormen of the cars in collisio near Charleston when 14 person were killed were charged with crlmlnnl lawlessness by the Coroners jury which nvesligated the wreck and both were held on 3000 bon- dRegular r as the Sun Is an expression as old as the race So doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performanci In the universe unless it is the actloi of the bowels when regulated with Dr crags New Life Pills Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 25c FOR SALEStore room in Opera louse Block now occupied by the Post office A good investment For par iculars see or address either Mrs Mattie V Kirby or L R Hughes Stanford Ky An important event scheduled for this week is the taking of testimony in the Governments suit to dissolve the al aged Standard Oil Trust which will begin in New York toda- yNOTICE Twelve New WebUr TwoHorsu Wagons rltb gear and one horse Webber wagon eomll te Uhenp for cash Hen Ulffu ones MoKlnnuy K- yAttention Please I Any honest jwrson desiring temporary or rnmncnt l III pi should cull on EI- lert K Young nt highland Ky P U ad- dross Wnynesburg Krn F No PUBLIC SALE I The property of Mrs J H Dickinson do cOIiKed will ho sold lit auction been hel nt urnb Orcbllrd lit t 1111 Hept7I tinliUnu of about a acres of land housed good Improvements also household IInd kitchen furniture painted China WRre Other things In house too numerous to mention Homo funning Implement c Invited 0useLadles InndKcnsh balance luo nnd 12 1II0nlhl with Interest from date o oseos aloll J Ii UILKKUHOX- 3nm V Iteynolds Auct for Helm Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office Have you received nil appoint meat to the FALL TERM of the State Normal If not see your County Superintendent at onto about it The institution stands for the teachers and pupils of Kentuckys rural schools If you have not eeen tho new cats log write it postal card request for one today Address R N ROARK Richmond Ky L tN TIME TRBLI No SI Houth HI P No s Houiii itao p I- tNoINortii451A No Si North tIlT p JOS S RICE Agont PUBLIC SALE I I will sell nt public sale nt Ornb Orcbnrd ntaryfonHATIT II IAV InaT1100i my liveroom cottngn nt that place Tbu house Is modern In and the torches Oa outbulldliiKsiiarden i nbundnnro fruit Lot coiitulns one RaiN of lino lund Terms innclo known on day 01 sole J D Htxnsnnttarv H K U No Htnuforil Ky 50 Years An Agcncy5 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Jlntcd be foreInsuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 2J STANFORD KY Fine Blue Grass Farm For Sal S is acres of fertile land excellently 1m irarttl with it twostory frame normous stock barn and neverfalllii ill water situated on the Ooll v lI1urnllke I miles front Iluston flY In Lincoln lou l Kentucky teing tbl iirm on which John lttrl enter rustd In his lifetime will be offered nt Jlrh1119 mlu for n limited time The owners nN nOIlII1I of the mute cud not 111111 able to Klvo their personal attention to tl iii anti have decided to sollltnt it fulr prlc Vddress nil inquiries for price U rtns nn ithur particulars to- OHAULKHN SIANN1NO Hecurlly Trust Co Lexington Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR HARD COUNTY A line blue grass farm for sale situated on taw pike near 1olnt Lcnveil and six mill youth ot Ijinciutir containing aII were well located In hlllIlI inn of the John walker trnct with n hum ome new twollor sevenroom resldtnc hereon recently completed with all uut mlldlnesnml good new tern uxiw WllI vntervd Ilx never tailing springs and cret k uniting through TBKMSJH wish In hand balance one IIml I wo year rom dny of sale bearing six int Interest until jxtld- Iersons looking for such plan plea vrltoK M end Isabella walker living on arm nt Point Lenvell or W et nanfordjKy Isabello K t1and W U Leayell Ky FORSALE A fine Lincoln county farm containii tyo acres of rich Blue Grass land This and is has hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre this farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two tock barns one new stock barn the farm Is well watered with never failing sprint and creek It is on a good turnpike ac near town and school This is an upto late place and will be sold at a bargain If old within the next Co days Ji cash balance to suit purchaser For further formation 10 regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanton Kr RIBBLE PfNCf Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Ca lets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Laco Curtain and Wall Paper Mr B T Benzley tine charge of tIle Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 1G6 or 133 SlomacllMusclesin People should be more and more CAlC- ful as age advances to see that thel owels move regularly In this vay the can keep themselves in good health am prolong life The bowels are not as active In middlelife and old ago as the arc in youth and with the majority theft- Is a tendency to constipation of a chronl and obstinate nature To ward off the possibility of serloui iseases use Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep compoundlepIe because It Is prompt but gentle In action and does Its work without griping or weakening as Is the case with salts purgative waters Rnt ithartio tablets Thcso should not be used hI children women old folks or weak people bo- ocause they are too violent In action and general j ripe Furthermore the resulM are temporan al reaction sets In and the bowels are bound ui moro than ever A remedy like Dr Caldirelli Syrup Pepsin Tery gentle In action and yet thoroughly elrec- tlve and as It contains tonlo properties II renzthens the system Instead of weakening It- Tho results are permanent because gradual and- manl can In a short time do away with the use all laxatives It will cure the most chronic nstlpatlon dyspepsia liver trouble biliousness stomach weak stomach bloatlnlf drowsiness after eatlllZ and such outs litomnch liver and bowel troubles To provo bow effective It Is In serious calel- the experience of Mr Armstrong of Decatur IlL gunshotandtlal paralysis of the bowels and be has had ever- alnce to use a laxative lie says he never found 6n11blnilIO efective or which worked so near 0 nature as Dr Syrup Pepsin Try It and you will say the lame The price U K cents or tl a bottle at any druggist FREE TEST Those wishing to try DrCtld I Cyrus PePIIn before coy Inlf un have l tree ample bone sent to their home by Idrsulng tlii company This ofetIs to prove tiutvie remedt do u we cUlnw and Ii only open to those who have never bken It Send for It if you have any mntomtcfitomacli liver or dlteate OenUMt mOlt cllectlv laxitln for children women and old ft ItIIIleed permanent home curs THE fUBlIO VERDICT WIIIVI So Good and Sure al OR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN Thli product cu s purity guarantee No 17 Washington 0 PEPSIN SYRUP CO 110 Caldwell Bldj Mentlo ll III Crossett Shoes t j =7 Are good company and make short aJ miles Every mile will seem only a block if your feet are in Crossett Shoes Patent ColtBox CalfGun metal narrow toes wide toesarch instep Weve got ems Just a little of your time and well appre ciate the chance to show you what we hav- eSAAf ROBINSON STANFORD KY New Stock ofkSUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLt AtPW H HIGGINS r Stanford Kentucky r More Superior Grain Drills in Use in Lincoln county than all others combined Disc Har rows Oliver Plows J First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 500001 This Institution wee originally established I as the Deposit Rank of In 1111 then reorganised as the National flank of Stanford to 16C9 and again reorganised as the First National nark of Stanford In illS having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for II It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact tag oneloeee promptly and well than ever before to Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and ClrIporatlons Solicited Officers J I UOOKEB Preel BT llamas V Free 11 MctlODKttTB Obr W n WEAUKNAsit Ob- rtDlraoforsr V said Danville T Harris Stanford J locker Stanford K L Tanner M D Elmore IIIcKlaal1Itl Dau T Hill Stanford JneKoblnion Hubble J II IlauKbman Stanford J Iettue Stanford 0 R Tate Stanford A oticeFarDlerSWo have buyers for Lincoln county real estate If yet have a farm for sale write to us ACCOUNTS AND ROTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Reference Any Hank in Somerset- Address Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky Something New and Fancy in Enameled Cham IMainr t