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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr r r i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1907 NO b7t S W HJGER tHOV Hosts here next Thursday Sept 19th Pail to Hear Him wCHURCH MATTERS Rev William Sprinkles is holding a protracted meeting at Harris Creek Church just back of Hillcdgeville A Uaptlst convention recently held in Wayne county adopted resolutions commending the State administration on IU temperance attitude Kev J I Walton of Boone county has Just closed a protracted meeting at Wallaccton which lasted 15 days and during which thero were 61 additions to the church 47 of whom were baptlz ed Rev 0 M Huey informs us that the tent In which the late tent meeting wa held will bo returned to him this and he will begin a meeting as soon as It can be put up lie will likely hold his first meeting in tho South End on Monticello street and will then move to some other part of the city Somerset Times Rev F M Tinder has just closed his meeting at Ford which was a most successful one both in point of conversion and awakening of interest Tho cowds were so large that meetings for the women had to be held In afternoon and those for men at night There were 63 additions to the church Lancaster Record I have found that tho sentiment Ior tho Methodist ministers attending the Conference is almost unanimously in favor of the election of Mr S W Hager as Governor becauso of the tact that they believe in tho pledges he has given of advocacy of advanced temperance legislation said Rev F Struve pastor of the First Methodist Church of- Maysvillo to the Frankfort Journal Attack of Diarrhoea Curd by One Doso of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy I was so weak from an attack of diarrhoea that I could scarcely attend to my duties when I took a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It cured me en tirely and 1 had been taking other medicine for nine days without relief I heartily recommend this remedy as being the best to my knowledge for bowel complalntsR G Stewart of the firm of Stewart fc Bro Green vile Ala For sale by all druggists k It Is announced ate Mont that Amalgamated Cooper Company willtnot be closed mont and exploitation however will be for and production will bo curtailed until it falls to about 8000000 pounds a month The present about 20000000 pounds monthly r A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 100 West Main St saysIII appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped mo and fully comes up to the proprietors recommendation It saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as a cough and cold cure tho world over Cures asthma bronchi tis whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and phthisic stops hemorrages of the lungs and builds them up Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Oc and II Trial bottle free- SI The Odd Fellows Sovereign Grand Lodge will be held this week in St Paul I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES E W Hansel aged 75 died in Rock castle county last week George W Wait died at Somerset of Brights disease aged 67 postIE Miller will be appointed in his stead The post office at Stewart Boyle Co will be discontinued Sept 30th and the patrons will be served by rural car rier out of Rose The expected fourth newspaper inj Somerset Is booked for an early appear ance It will be stalwart Republican AttorneyWesley Somerset Journal- Representing R W Cooks adminis trator Hon Robert Harding of Dan ville filed suit in tho Whitley circuit court against the Southern Railway for 30000 damages Cook was killed in the dynamite explosion at Jellico last spring Judge S W Hager delivered a strong speech Friday at Lancaster He charged that one of Willsons first acts were ho elected Governor would bo to pardon Powers Taylor and others charged with tho conspiracy to murder Gov Goebel Taking up Mr Willsons cry for a look at the books Judge linger said that In answer to similar demand Bradley had been put in office but that he was unable to find any thing wrong Tho Democratic candi date was heard by a large and attentive audience BRODHEAD Billy Albright is on the sick list Several cases of fever are reported in tho community but no fatalities yet Rev Smith filled his appointment at the Baptist church Saturday Sunday and Sunday night Owing to the illness of two of tho teachers the public school at this place was dismissed last week Walter Turpin and wife were guests of Ed Albright and wife last week Charlie Pike son of Rev A J Pike while skating a few days ago fell back wards breaking his left arm in two places between the wrist and elbow Several from this place attended the Sunday school convention and Baptist Association at Pleasant View near Livingston Rev Pike Mr and Mrs A E Albright Mrs G E Painter and Miss Eliza Pike were among those who wentNotwithstanding the much talked of lateness of the last spring and the fears that crops would be a failure corn looks as well as ever The season though late suits very well as nothing but early frosts will prevent an aver age yield of corn though a small acreage was planted Molasses making will begin in about 10 days The new Baptist church of this place will be dedicated the fifth Sunday in this month Several prominent minis ters from different sections of the State are expected including Revs J G Bow of Louisville and Jesse Beagle of London A basket dinner will be A large crowd and a good time Is anticipated Everybody is invited to assist Sick Headache This disease is caused by a derange went of the stomach Take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct this disorder and the sick headache will disappear For sale by all druggists NEWS NOTES Walter Wellman has given up his proposed trip to the NorthPole In an airshipCharles G Burton of Nevada Mo was elected commander In chief of the Grand Army of the Republic The last session of the Hague confer ence will be held on September 28 and the protocols will be signed on the fol lowing day There was a break In the telegra phers strike at Cleveland Friday eight of the striking Postal operators return ing to work Six students of Purdue University were seriously Injured and 15 others badly beaten in a fight with city toughs at Lafayette Ind The Cunard lines new giant turbine ship Lusitania crossed the Atlantic Ocean in five days and 5i minutes breaking all records Dailcy Kelley a prominent farmer of Nelson county and tho father of Judge John Kelley of Bardstown died sud denly of heart disease The Peruvian Government has pur chased for S50000 the Italian cruiser Dogali formerly the Salamina She will be renamed the Callao Tho racing commission has adopted a rule preventing bookmakers and jockeys from owning running or training horses where they operate Martin Kelly Street Commissioner of Norwark Conn was killed bv an automobile owned by Gen Russell Frost and operated by Russell Frost Jr A Great Northern transcontinental train was held up by two masked men near Rexford Mont They dynamited an empty safe and robbed the mail car of registered mail The East Tennessee Telephone Co could not get a renewal of Its franchise at Middicsboro at the price it wanted and has closed up The closing has caused great inconvenience The Brush Creek Coal Company which has completed tho installation of a 50000 mining plant in the newly opened Brush creek fields of Knox coun ty began shipment last week A general strike is threatened in En gland as the result of the long struggle of the Railwaymens Union with the British railway companies for the rec ognition of their organization The Hinds county Miss grand jury has returned indictments against the Illinois Central and Yazoo and Missis aippi Valley railroads for issuing passes to persons not entitled to them Measures to avert a repetition of the Western car famine of last winter are being discussed by the Car Service Committee of the American Railway Association at an important conference In Atlantic City The Illinois Pardon Board has denied tho application for pardon by Paul 0 Stensland who will have to serve out his full term of inprisonment for loot ing tho Milwaukee Avenue Savings Bank of Chicago Mrs Louisa M Taft mother of the Secretary of War was 80 years old last Thursday and for the first time since she became ill on July 25 she sat tip and received callers at her homo at Worcester Mass A sheriffs jury in Brooklyn has de cided that Edward W Vanderbilt the aged retired merchant of Brooklynwh married May S Pepper the spiritual ist medium is incapable of managing his affairs because of lunacy- E II Harriman who recently return ed from a trip through tho West says that section is more prosperous than ever before but that banks and indi viduals are holding on to their money and not seeking investments- In Somerset to attend the funeral of his father Cy Wait was handed a tele gram yesterday morning announcing the death of his wife which occurred at their home in Maysvillo at an early hour Thursday morning Somerset JournalThe amount of the defalcation of State Tax Clerk Charles E Letten of Louisiana is now placed at 118000 Virginia Reed the Negress who is be lIoved to have secured the greater part of the money made two attempts to drown William Bass a convict in the Frank fort penitentiary serving a sentence of 20 years on conv tlon of housebreaking and grand larceny made his escape from the prison by climbing over walls He left a dummy figure in his cell and had a start of several hours before hn was missed Health In the Canal Zone The high wages paid make It a mighty temptation to our young artisans to join the force of skilled work men needed to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria It is tho knowing onethose who nave used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing thoy are safe from malarious influence with Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and all stomach liver and kidneytroubles Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 50o HUSTONVILLE Mrs Hattie Orr of Covington is vise iting Mrs D S Carpenter Judge Alcorn and daughter Miss Kate spent Friday with Dr Alcorn Hustonvillo Masonic lodge will meet Friday evening 20th for degree work A full attendance is requested Albert Lanham and Mrs Elizabeth Wails each 62 years old and residents of tho Richards Schoolhouse section were married last week Mrs Allie Taylor and children of Willisburg Ky were guests of Mrs F M Yowell Misses Sudic and Zoe Ellis of Stanford are guests of Miss Ario Wright D C Allen shipped to Cincinnati a car of light hogs at5Jc and two cars of butcher cattle for which he paid 3 to 460 He is in the market for 100 good feeders and 100 butcher cattle A small cyclone struck the shade damIageno lost Preaching at tho Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night by the pastor Union prayer meeting at the Presbyterian church next Wednesday night at 730 Leader ProC McVey- If you want a good blue grass farm of 150 acres with an eight room house two fine barns and all necessary outbuildings on good pike and rural route write or call on Williams Co phone 99 Hustonville Ky Matt Cohen sold a Dignity Dare geld ing last week to a Cleveland man for 1090 Robert Moreland sold a four old Dignity Dare mare winner of the walktrot ring at Lexington to a St Louis party for 2650 SP Stephenson and family have moved from Somerset to tho farm re cently bought by FP Combest from W G Cowan Mr Stephenson is a son inlaw of Mr Combest and we extend him and his family a cordial welcome Rev Clarence Daniels with several other delegates from the church here are attending the State convention of the Christian churches at Latonia On next Sunday morning Rev Daniels will give a talk on the work of the conven tion Mont Damron son of Mr Sam Dam ron has gone to Glasgow to go into the skating rink business with our former townsman C R McCormack After spending most of the summer with rela tives here Mrs Mary Lusk McAfee has returned to her home at Baltimore Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Wale ter VanArsdale gave a farewell party to their friends before leaving for their new home in Boyle county A load of fine water melons just off Ice were greatly enjoyed by the guests while sweet music was rendered by Y W Burton and orchestra Miss Evans of Chicago who is a member of the faculty of the High School will give a recital at the resi dence of Mr Chas Wheeler Thursday night at 730 Miss Evans is in charge of the music and elocution departments at the High School Her recital will consist of vocal and instrumental see lections and select readings No ad mission will be charged and it is hoped that all will avail themselves of this op portur to meet and hear Miss Evans Nears of the sad death of the little daughter of Mr and Mrs J B Adams of Birmingham Ala was received by relatives here last week Little Annie had been III of typhoid fever and was taken to Hale Springs to recuperate Her parents took the cot out on the porch of the second story where it was cool and in some manner she crawled over to the edge and fell to her death below Her skull was crushed and she died soon after her parents reached her Much sympathy Is felt here for the be reaved parents How To Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nause ate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store How big was Alexander pa That people called him gratet I really do not know my boy Tho papers do not state But I am very much convinced He paused and softly laughed That Alexander never was As big as William TattCleve land Plain Dealer I S The Touch That Heals Is the touchof Bucklons ArnlcaSalvo Its the happiest combination of Arni ca flowers and healing balsams ever compounded No matter how old the sore or ulcer Is this Salve will cure It For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles Its an absolute cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 25c HON JOHN K HENVRICK Democratic Nomine for Attorney General the Most Finished Orator of the Southwestern Portion of the Stale who will Steak here Thursday the Lincoln County national Dank 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 DIREOTORSil J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stauford W 0 Walk er TraylorGilbertaH Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wayuesburg Ky SAVE IComfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bath room 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 hero S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Banzai Tooth Powder I + w Is Hard to Beat 1 Try It Only 25 Cents STANFORD DRUG CO Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Varnishes School Supplies Beet Foor Finish isRENULAC W B MoRoberts 1tiNti PERBONAL given to all Twelve New Webber Two lrorse Wagon and one 1horie Webber wugon compete Cheap for club Hee RIff A Jones I Any honest person deilrlnf temporary or permanent employment should call on Kl bert 1 at Ky NoC ad dre i W yne bur KyIt F D ilSTANFORD 11 supervision Prescriptions compounded NOTICE K- yAttention Please Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office The Interior Journal K Co WALTON t JOHN J MOSER l 1s n cnndtdnte for jnller of Lincoln ollntl subject to the action ot the llIparty M BRUCE 11 nndhlnto for Intltr prflncoln count subject to the nctton of the party JAMES C HAYS It a candidate for Jailer of count Democratic 1fIUbJtct to the nctloa of the i1 DC ALLEN of co in isIi candidate for Assessor ty subject to the action of tho Democratic f party tDemocraticr Ticket t t For U S SenatorJ C W Beck j ham For GovernorS W Hager For Attorney neralJohn K i Hendricks For State Superintendent of Schools M 0 Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South IJFor Auditor H M Bosworth tFor Secretary of State Hubert I For Treasurer Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln cou- ptyW H Shanks r OPENING OF THE CAMPAIGN The formal opening of the State and County Campaign by the democrats of Lincoln and adjacent counties will occur r on Thursday of the present week and though the occasion may be signalized by some of the pomp and circum jstance that usually attends the firing t1ofthe first gun it gives promise t more than mere formality f The commonplace witticisms directed against the public and private purse 1 string have lost none of their force ands philosophy from rough usage and time and today as in the era of its birth the old adage variously expressed that a peoples heart is in its purse is given full and practical exemplification Nor is it amiss that this should be in a measure true Private extravagance iengenders private poverty and public beyond public need must end in public bankruptcy and discredit An army goes upon its belly a State upon its treasury to no small extent The universal recognition of this fact is attested by the widespread interest manifested by the citizenship of the country in every suggested or attempted scheme of taxation and in every re port that gains circulation concerning the disposition of the public money and its justification is found in the diminu tion of the public expense worked by itthepresent fiscal system nature of this system in many aspects complex and little understood its actual processes visible only at the seat of government has left the popu t lace of the country districts largely in ignorance of many of the functions of the fiscal department of the State gov ernment This partial lack of acquaint ance with the State schemes of finance t coupled with a deep and commendable interest in such measures have in many instances exposed the public to imposi tions that may in the future become impossible from the demagogue the disappointed office seeker and the skill ed juggler of figures- It is for the especial purpose of il ruminating the darkness conjured up by such misrepresentation that the democratic nominee for governor is de I voting himself assiduously to the work of making public the affairs of the oft fice which he holds at present Judge Hager has been associated with the management of the State government J for several years both in the depart ment of State and for the four years past as the Auditor of public accounts In this latter position he has been thrown in close contact with these fis cal problems that in this era of commercial enterprise constitute one of thec chief burdens of public service Hiss knowledge of the work required in the keeping of public accounts is therefore ample and for the first time in the recollection of those in the political arena the very man who knows best the fate of public funds offers aye en treats that public whose servant he is to hear the report of his agency The coming of Judge Hager therefore should be the occasion for a gathering of the electorate such as has seldom been witnessed in this county The invitation is issued in no partisan spirit but rather in harmony with the plan of the Campaign Committee to so licit the suffrage of all those withoutI regard to party affiliation the intelligence to see the right and a sufficient interest in the public welfare to follow the path that private con science dictatestAccompanying Judge Hager will bej the nominee forAttorney General John K Hendrick a capable lawyer and one of the most finished orators of West fern Kentucky These will be supple mented by other speakers of this and adjoining counties and an invitation is given to every blinded or unrepentant J sinner as well as to the democratic clans A brass band will come early and stay late pledged to furnish sufficient music to make graceful the march of all mourners who want a seat on the Demccratic Bench To fill the cup of the days pleasures and lessons burgoo in unlimited quantities will be served in the court house yard in full measures and free as salvation burgoo pro pared by a democratic chef and flavor ed with democratic seasoning Veritably a rally of the olden pattern If you are not in Stanford on Thursday Sept 19th men may suspect that some of those have been born of whom it written Having eyes they see not and having ears neither do they hear WITH the object of purchasing at preserving as a national park the birthplace of Jefferson Davis in Fairchild Todd county Kentucky a movement was set ore foot at the annual reunion of the Orphan Brigade held last wee at Glasgow A resolution calling for the formation of the Jefferson Davis Kentucky Home Association was otTer ed by Gen Simon Bolivar Buckner and was unanimously adopted A commit tee was appointed to inspect the property secure an option and take thence essary steps toward the formation of the organization and raising the money A meeting will be held in Louisville in the next few days to formulate plans of procedure We trust the plan will bo carried out It would indeed be a fit ting monument to the great president of the Southern Confederacy THE temperance question is a live one everywhere News comes from Richmond Va that unless the council adopts an ordinance limiting the number of saloons to 112 one for 1000 inhabitants and fixes the cense tax at 1000 the temperance forces will urge a straight fight at the polls for prohibition While fearing that prohibition would be unwise the business people believe that it would prevail if put to a test for which reason they will strongly urge a compromise on 112 saloons against 150 as suggested by the council committee At present there are 253 saloons in Richmond which has a population of 85050 according to the census of 1900 EDITOR W R HEARST writes Editor Lew B Brown of the Kentucky Press Association that it will not be possible for him to attend the State fair this week and speak on Kentucky Day This disappointing to many of the rural roosters who were anxious to see and hear the statesmaneditor who runs a half dozen or so daily papers easier than does the country editor his weekly TUB Methodists would make it hard for the political brother A resolution was offered at the State Conference of Methodists in session at Frankfort op posing any candidate who does not take a decided stand in favor of temperance and the Sunday closing of saloons This- virtually means that none but temper ance men or rather prohibitionistsneed- ask for office TilE last of the bonded indebtedness of Kentucky was wiped out Tuesday when the last bond was taken up and- canceled by Auditor Hager The bond was the last of those issued during the administration of Bradley Thats the way of it The republican administra tion made debts and the democrats who followed paid them NOMINEE A E WILLSON of the republican party declines to meet Rev LaL Pickett the prohibition nominee for governor on the stump Of course he does He would then have to say how he stands on the whisky question an issue which he most artfully dodges in his speeches to republican audiences TilE republican nomination for mayor of Lexington is going HabegJtingI Percy Scott took it for awhile but de ided that he did not want a white elephant on his hands so he turned it over to Col W R Milward who had notJ dropped it up to the hour of going to press SENATOR MCCREARY says he willI make some speeches for the atic ticket in October Good Angle blast from his bugle is worth thousands of votes to the State ticket this fall POLITICAL George F Baldwin has been appointed postmaster at Peoples Jackson coun tyAugustus E Willson republican nominee for governor will speak at Danville Saturday afternoon- W T Hawkins of Lebanon has announced as a candidate for the republi can nomination for Representative in MarionCongressman Burton the Republican nominee for Mayor of Cleveland says he will accept no campaign contribu tions from public service corporations The Democratic City and County Committee of Bowling Green granted to request of the 12 dry candidates tr the City Council and their names will be printed on the primary ballot in one column a top Gov Beckham Ruby Laffoon and John B Chenault reached Somerset Friday night after a drive of 148 miles over six mountain counties At the Wayne county fair at Monticello the Governor and Mr Laffoon spoke to an audience of 6000 people A t A Somerset dispatch says Jackson Stroud 93 yeas of age and the oldest democrat in the mountain section was introduced to Gov Beckham having ridden 14 miles in order to meet him Chamberlains Cough Reme- dylOne of the Best on the Market For many years Chamberlains Cough Remedy has constantly gained in favor and popularity until it Is now ono of tho most staple medicines In use and has an enormous sale It is in tended especially for acute throat ands lung diseases such as coughs colds and croup andean always be depended upon It Is pleasant and safe to take 1md Is undoubtedly the best in tho mill ket for tho purposes for which it is in tended Sold by all druAglstsI 140 Lexington and return via Queen Cityeaccount of Kentucky Trots For formation ask Agents or write H C King G P A Lexington Ky TimE L N rumun excursion Sop29thleaves at 615 A M Tho visible Typewriter Company of Kenosha WIs has been placed in the hands of a receiver For Sale or Rent I The Newton Holt irox rly n new two story brick embracing It rooms and linlli nnd our storeroom xtiTfi feet I tented on InHuI10111IIolheroutbullUlngs Address SBWTOX 1J110H Homerset Ky Good Business for Sale My property and general stock of met tit cot wilt sell nt once ami give nosHsMon Jan 1st or sooner For further Information write or rome to toe me N IlltOGIK Miirksbury Ky Sale for Taxes I toIland In District os 61 and M the sale to take plitco before the courthou door In Stanford Lincoln county Ky between and Sv oclock- KWacres Klsley Hall heirs M KU acres llarman Wbepby I40 acres Kddle Ifarris J 71 2oucreJohnwnhart 73 40 acres J R Hkldmoro a 1 45 here Nannie 71 82 acres W A McHurgue S H acres J C Harris M acres W Harris 85 acres James Hkidmore tacre Mrs Ulchimlon z Ham hint tl house and lot in Kings vine M lot belonging to Jas McCormlck 75 W SI MUHlHY Ulstrlct Collector Notice of Election I courtGeldC Wcrren Judge presiding In the matter of the ltloo of the gradedbooAt the last regular term of this court held Aug a petition signed by J W Thompson J W Acton D at V Htphtn 11eW H nllerJ IJohfMnEVCrelgh ton U M Haggard M n Murphy Hud 111IMorris WnllGeorgeHlgney Henry Learh W LMudmmnOLltenlcy0 IMurphy H Jenk 111111 lhnrlupVnnilook AHlngleton W MHIngleton T IL I Gooch lhll Dtlnne Jf lInugh P ur shy A Fraud J A Hart Dan Nester H SlurjihyChrl 01111Iuinmon Hcbool District be established with bounda ry as follows at John H McKrcs Included ed thence to Mrs Harnh J Austin place Inc cluded thence to W M Hogue Included thence to JWUoochplnce Included thence toJf Murphy Included thence to the Iu plate I ttene to mile post No on the CO Ot T JIt lfunterplnchlcludtdttbencu to D A Hlngleton Included thence Jvjuice now W U IInglnrll excludedthencu- u u poilit L stile North 0 mile pot N Igo tOJIIItllIgrotKeue the beginning ofheidents of und taxpayers In the said proppos ed Graded Common Hchool Ulstrlct In the town of KI IIgn1 lie n Sown In the Waynes litelorehcolhouse located In KlngnIIIt Itn oln county Kls certified to Iw and Is not ex oUhebounrAn It further appearing that a majority 01I schooldhtrlctltmhrlllldnut traded Common Hchool district bneIconsented to the establishment of the proposed traded Common Hchool District and have endorsed their consent In writing npptnrIngat of common schools In Lincoln county has consented to the establishment of the said proposed district tad ban endorsed hhIconsent in writing upon the said us provided by InwJ dInherebynleredopened In the town of Klngsville Ky nmlI dayIitftuffh entry lit this order to take the sense of the legal white voters in mid pro irstrlcthetheran annual tux of cents on Inch of CueluteCominonball protiedThe of said election will cause the Inlllltgni voters In said proposed distrIct to vote for Uve IOllllJrlSOnl to he trustees of nlprot1hywill make due return of tho result of mold electlou nt once A Copy AUlltIGKO OOOlEU Clerk lly E1 Punnlngton n C sroperettIntlinllrreiuoiiJOuirXei be pUll n semi LincolnuntyI liedate named In order for the purpose of taking thoscnse of the votllrlof salddUtrlct on0questlonofestablishing u Graded Com lOon said district ofptemlerlte7of Lincoln County iM t w TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Notice Is hereby given to nil persons that the Jleaver Creek vol untary act of Its stockholdersllns loon dls Jollll nml It olllceu IIr now winding up Its business All parties holding any claims or evidence of the said company will on or before the ItCh dn1of October present their clnlusto Myers secretary treasurnr of said com pany at IlustouvltlcIv leaver Creek o A Gas Company lly W M Myers Hee and Treas No charge for examination or sclentlllral ly testing eyes to dnte methfxls Pre script Ion glasses grountiiiordcrJet10ats- tyle frame or skeleton trot and material guaranteed satisfactor charges moderate hcnttclln Central Telephone llulldlng Ihutonvlllt L C lOW HII 1Ornduated Optomotryst PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction nt tho laU John D fungi two nulls from Hustonvllle on Mlddlulmrg pike on TrBsDAY HKPT 1711M7 the following personal property vlii Your brood tinges Ih colts one horse colt n No team of heavy work horses bngl iun to lintclass VW5l 2 bucks nil n bout 2k acres of good corn to Jtount1 olt- III the lIkl Ilve or 40 IIOrollQr heat In shack to la sole by Cite ecru Pnrmllill Implements consisting of I Mmlcr saw erlhny plows and harrows I curl crusher horse set wagon her 111 runabout lot nf hemp breaks two or three loads of old hay In tiara truss on to Iw rented from day of sale until Stare Home household anti Kitchen furni ture Terms made known on tiny of sale Hale begins at 10 t UII VANAHHliALL tutOIl III l CnptT D English An- dPUBLIC SALE I The farm below will be ofTerdl first In loll No I and No to and then us u wholes on KUIUAYOCT411 My line blue grits farm S5i miles West of llu tonvllle i mile from puts und Carpon tars CUn111lIagollMucret of rich- blue MlllttunlItmp or tobacco land nil lu ants This term can be equally divided to advantage so us to bnvo n good dwelling on lIb plea also necessary uutbulldtngs Tb farm lays almost In n only one angle There urthree stock burn good tobacco burn I Ullhll tn811t house good water In every flvkl six lasting springs streams running through whole tract J HTKKLK CAHPKNTKH Hustonvllle Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting nhing or any kInd of tlvipassing on our place tad prosecute olators to tho full extent ot tbu law Fred VonOruenlgan lelch nbach Ilros- KrvUVonAllmun A oIlUruelilann- nod llauuiann George Holmes h Josepn llallou mornUbrls t Jmvld on L P Nunnelley J W llaughuini Christina Gruyson JG Carpenter Jacob Jesswctn bum Dum ron Mrs IJ Ahlock 10 lover Fred Handorf MrsMlVndleton W LCordler J Nevln Carter Peter Halmer J CamenlMjd Green Kerrlll W It Daugberty JE llruce Dink Farmer Anderson Carr J W UHprnttAnton MartinJMesserA Paxton P Martin Hamuel Lindsay M K Cordler Muses hurry Alex Cooper Mrs Mary Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mottle bUIHtmpson Ilros Tlnsley Hpoonamore I W Carter lien P Martin MKLawrence Reuben lurtllI Notice of Election i courtI lleaular term Lincoln county fiscal beid Anrll r lion l6CRnrrtnprvld11- 1g with the Justices of tine IVuce towlti 1111Vu111nJADudder nr W M Dudderar nnd U 1L Adams It Will moml by Justice W M Uuddurnr and seconded by Justice U Wuhlu that the following action be taken by this courts The grand jury of Lincoln county nt IIIILincolnFebruary of the rtcuounendetl a newcourt haying house for Lincoln county I lid It uppeuring of thl court that the 1llluntllovation and lIdlll l that the son of thlrtyllvu thbuulnddoltutibe ullllctel as tine nun necessary to a new court house and It is further ortlerlll that nil election hlJ lit the eonTuesday iireclneuiiirLiueoTn county November of the next general lectionat whIch tbuPllrolrhltiOIi ubovu- mggested shall W submitted to legal voters of Lincoln county lor their 1IlprO1I1J or rejection liWvertbuffwidelection lor at least thirty in the Incbefore thereof1111 next terlor Journal being the only lItwplIlllrJplllllhhld In Llncolll coundirected of electionCln tho election betweellthe nttlie hours tllIltIhey lire required to hold el lIon lor shall W heldullleen which electionty Ofducttd In all respects us reeiulns by the gtnerul t1cllon Inw IlIlorclI III this Hldle at the Unit the same U held Tile Cltrk of the Lincoln county court shall cause to he printed on the omclal Uul 101 to be used in election tlllI words Ara In favor of rot appro- Irhtifun01IJ5unlorbuildinga new Cuurl have twolouse fur the right of rlllbt same one forIIIIICt1 uteri hivorhng the ap Yesand tu tai ties by tlltl wor out lot o- Cr opposibg the nppruprintlml to btJ desig- urttd word skid Clerk hull by said ballots III all other re Ipech rlulrl by Heetloit UIiJ of the Kentucky Htutuus In the event the requslte number of legal of Llllcoill county Vote Ut luvor idd uppropriutlon II ordered that tbll- lcoun nurse of Llncoltt county to the atitou11tof WJ to lit prparld excut anti issued all prlattd luaus the cal of the comity to signed by the Uoun of Lincoln County Court tint uunteralgned lIy thll Clerk of said Court to bearer nt Lincoln County NIl ttonl1ll1nllk 01 Htllnlord KUlitucky which anti shall not bear Illrel1tr ate uf onnual linte- rstthan lour OullOllll1 hunk ofLincoht Countyr lit shall bu littanferd and interest coupons inched to said bonds signed by the Clerk of the Lincoln Countv Court said Ixinds shun be thruasorleilo wit Herbs A cries 11andtlerlesUl Merles A CII- IIruclllg ten tiummind of said louts consist of tWlJnt bonds for the 8Ull of pi each sad numbered on to twenty He loch consisting of ten thousand dollars consist of twenty bonds irthe50111of33unndnuutlenalfront il lo and Hlrh1 U dolllln of said bonds hull consist of tblrty hOlld of IAI each und numbered from 40 to 70 in Series Astunt iuudijterisevenjuiIrsfrontuthu titpuynblu aof- wirissue snld ulIII the bands em- bnlcd ten years Irolll of the Oourt dnttr on iliatutter ate thllllltDlure tutu or their Issue iutti dUll runs fruit r the sold und redeetioblehttlieppteneurit oftits- art Ihnll 00 ott and after l1ten years the of their issue and duo nllll nybbielintI twenty years trout the said date A copy attest OHO1JOOOlEItOlQrk By E D PennllitJton f ft Ladies Shoes j We believe today as we have for yearsthat l- Ithe Ultra at 350 and the Brockport at 300 are the best medium priced Ladies Shoes sold today in our State The QUALI TY is as good as any the STYLES are al ways JUST a LITTLE BETTER and the con struction of the ULTRA9 makes it HOLD ITS SHAPE BETTER than any other Shoe Our stock is made up of Shiny Leather Dull Leather and Vici in Bats Blucher and Buttons In addition to these we carry a large stock of Ladies Cheaper Shoes at 150 2 and 250- trtwe lieJe iV1CROBERTSSTA- NFORD KENTUCKYI 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 0 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ie 1 For sale by GEO II FARIIIS Stanford Ky I= J a BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong teachers in nil departmentsHigh School Grammar Interme diate Primary Music Cooking and Sowing Only three places left in tho dormitory and cottages but gcod homes in tho town nro open to students t Terms Board and tuition 810500 Tuition alone 830 820J 815 For catalogue address MISS IDA M TAYLOR PrincipaltMount Vernon Ky t r r V School Shoes Wo have three kinds of Shoes for girla and boys that are wear resistors We payMpCcial attentioifto this line Of goods to dove the quality anil price right i r BTANKOHU KY SHIT 17 1001 r t SEE our window for big reduction Bale of box papers SOc and 25c boxes now ISc to msKo room for now stock Penny Drug Store PERSONALS MR F K TninnLE and wife wore- bero Sunday Miss LucY SOIlSON Is with Louis vllla relatives MRS II D ALDRIDGE is visiting rol atlvcs in Garrard MR R C SAUFLEY of Somerset Is here with his mother HUBERT CARPENTER is attendlnlt- Stato College Lexington Miss MARY HOGSBTT of Danville Is with Miss Mary McRoberts MRS F P EDDLEMAN of Louisville is with the MUses VanDoveor MRS J T MORRIS and two daughters went to Louisville yesterday MR T P TUTTLE Is spending a few weeks with his daughter in Pulaskl Miss KATIE CASS of Brodhead hai matriculated at tho Graded School here Miss GRACE GOODE of Hustonvillo V was tho guest of Miss Mary D Kenne dyMiss IDA MOORE has returned to CampbelMIagornun College Lexing ton REV ED Huniuno preached at Friendship Church in Rockcastle coun ty Sunday MESDAUESW B MnRODERTS and Mttttio KIrby went to Louisville yester day morning Miss HATTIE BREWER of Roschlll Is with her relatives Misses Maria and Emma Warren MRS T C BALL and son Leonard Napoleon spent several days with Crab Orchard friends MruJoiiHF EtGLE IAN wife and son James Helm Engleman aro visit Ing relatives at Louisa I MR AND MRS MITCHELL TAYLOR of Danville spent Sunday with the family of Dr J G Carpenter Miss LUCY PETERSON arrived Friday tJ mako a brief visit to Mrs W A Tribble nod other friends Miss TEVIS CARPENTER of Stanford has been the guest of Miss Mattie Mae t LeavelULancastcr Record MR J J McCALL and daughter Miss Grace McCall took yesterday mornings train for Louisville MRS J II DURHAM and daughter of Bryantivllle took the train hero hero Saturday for Barbourvllle MR J A LASLEY who has been- visiting friends at Crab Orchard returned to Birmingham Saturday MR J A DUDDERAR of Stanford was In tho city Tuesday shaking hands Jwlth old friends Somerset Times I PnOF WALTER 0 HOPPER came over from Mt Sterling to see his father whoso condition is not satisfactory Miss MAY TRAYLOR and little sister Lucy Francis are visiting their aunt Miss Annie Ashlock near Gilberts Creek MRS H R MILLS and children who- have been visiting tho family of Mr John II Bright went up to London SaturdayMn S HOCKER wife and hand some son who havo been with his y s brother Mr R C Rocker returned toto Kansas City Monday REV J L YANDLE and Mr TM i Pennington went up to Mlddlesboro yesterday to attend tho Transylvania Presbytery as delegates from her- orv MR bL 0 VANDEVEER Jn and- wlCe of Little Rock Ark who havo- been with Mr M 0 VanDevecr and daughters left Yesterday for their home PROF AND MRS W C GRINSTEAD of Danville are with their daughter Mrs J W Ireland Prof Grinstead is resting this year after 18 years as principal of the Danville High School DR GUSSIE PHILLIPS has returned from the South where sho has been practicing for several weeks in a large f Osteopathic Sanitarium James C Cheek the popular student who gradu ated from Centre College last Juno in the Stanford has accepted a position Graded School Ho occupies the chair of history and mathematics Advocate MR SAM W MENEFEE of this place has been made manager of tho Credit of the Stromburg Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Company of v Rochester N Y This gives Mr Mene ti fee full charge of all matters pertaining to credits and collections of this company which is Incorporated at 11I 000000 and which did over five and a half million dollars business last year t 0 W W WHITE of Lytle is a sufferer I from Jobs troubles MRS M D EUIOKB returned yesterday from Campbcllsvillc Miss ALICE PICKETT of Shelby Is with her sister Mrs Vm Severance MR A L MARTIN wifo and baby of Paris visited relatives In the Sautlo section last week Miss ROD RTA OBAONNON left yes terday for Oxford 0 where sho will attend school this year KOUEKT PORTER CROW son of Mrr It II Crow has matriculated at Kentucky Military Institute MIDSHIPMAN CASWELL SAUFLEY oC Stanford is with his friend Mr Mar shall Collins Richmond Register The Current Events club wiltI meet with Mrs J B Paxton Thursday afternoon at 230 oclock Miss PAULINE HOCKER has matricu lated at Kentucky University and Miss Margaret hockey at Hamilton College Lexington MISSES MARY D AND FRANCES JONES and brother Master Dan Jones returned to St Louis Sunday after a few weeks visit to the families of Mr John B Foster and Mrs Bessio Reid McKin nev JUDGE T 2 MORROW who was on Sundays train en route to Williams burg told us that Goy Beckham made a splendid speech to an immense crowd at his town Saturday The Judge though not agreeing in politics with the governor is a great admirer of him and never fails to hear him when the opportunity presents LOCALS Do not forget tho rink ROOMS rentV II Higgins RECLEANED seed ryeJ Bough man Co SPECTACLES a glasses etc at W II Muellers LOT of pure applemvinegar for sale Henry Anderson THE L willrel1 roundtrip tickets to Cincinnati Sunday at 175 MY by eJWednesday Supply your wants today Sam RobI- nson THE Somerset which was held under tho auspices of the Odd Fellows cleared 2000 TilE L N will sell roundtrip tick ets to tho State Fair Sept 14 to 20 inclusive at 330 JUST rccicved a 11n0 of stoves and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton IFOR RENT Mrs Wallaces property on DanvIIIo street apply to L R Hughes Stanford Ky DELIA GRIGSBY a colored woman about 50 years old died at Boneyvillo and was buried Saturday WANTED mangyBolin guitar pupils beginlng the third week in September Miss Margaret Lewis FILE YOUR CLAIMS The last day for filing claims against Lincoln county in cluding turnpike claims will bo Sept 21 George B Cooper clerk ON Tuesday Nov21Mr J E Lynn will sell at public auction his magnificent farm on the Somerset pike two miles from town Read ad elsewhere A GOOD crowd en therink Fri day night The weather was fine the skates were in good condition and tho floor glorious Thero was no jam but Justenough peoplo to give everybody room The doors will be open at 730 this Tuesday evening BUD BAUGII rAN colored was badly hurt at Rowland while returning from tho Lexington fair Saturday night He caught a freight at Junction City thinking it would stop at Rowland It did not do so and he jumped off sustaining a badly mangled foot which was amputated Ho is otherwise hurt and it is feared that ho will lose an eyo KING NOMINATED Hon Ben B King tho clever farmer and merchant of Moreland was nominated by the Re publicans for Representative A good crowd of rads was on hand and tho convention was rather an enthusiastic ono Mr King represented Lincoln county in tho Legislature at the session of 1896 defeating Hon M F North who afterward defeated him Come To BooKs The liqya mid girls will now turn from the happy days of vacation to tho school robot You cant wear homespun linen and limey like father anti mother Wo have all tho necessaries for comfortable school clothes There is nothing to he gained hy delay Take advantage of the present large as sortment and reasonable prices 4 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD Roosts for rent Mrs L C Carter Stanford SOUTH BEND watches for sale at Muellers BOONE WALLS will sell their liver outfit at auction Saturday Sept 23 NEW Columbia seed heat for sale Extra good Hustonville Roller Milts Hustonville SINN WANTED Fifty white men foi shop work In Freeport III Must have good habits Steady work Send two cent stamp for particulars to W H Hall No 90 Winncsheik Street Freeport I WILL teach my class In art at the Graded School this year I have on hands some water color pictures for sale Will take orders for wood carv ing pastel and place cards Charlotte L Warren OF course YOU w bein Stanford Thursday next 19th Everybody else will be so dont be tho exception Come early and spend tho wholo day talking listening to and eating democracys good things FINE FARM FoonSALEI havo 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- MRs ED M asks to state that our informant was in error when he told us she had compromised with the city of Galveston Texas She has made no settlement tier husband it will be remembered was killed while on duty as a fireman for the city IN remitting for his paper Mr Ed win W Kemper a Cincinnati lawyer says We enjoy reading your paper much and think your local correspond ents can not bo surpassed forgathering and putting news into readable shape That character Bobbitt who writes for you occasionally I would bo glad to meet and think I will try to sec him if I learn of his coming to this city WARREN Mr Viliinm Warren one of Boyle countys most substantial citizens and very best men died sud denly Thursday night of heart trouble At 830 ho talked over his telephone to a neighbor and two hours later he was stilled in death Ho was widely known throughout Central Kentucky as a man of many excellent traits was a devoted husband loving father and a staunch and true friend and as such will be greatly missed Ha was a deacon in the First Presbyterian church of Dan ville and had always adhered to its teachings He leaves a wife and three children Mrs Lucien Beckner Misses Jean and Letitia Warren besides two brothers and one sister Judge R C Warren of this place Dr L S Warren of Somerset and Mrs C M Holloway of Louisville to mourn his untimely taking away The funeral was held Saturday afternoon at three oclock at Warrenwood and tho interment fol lowed in Bellevue cemetry Much sympathy is felt for Judgo Warren and the family in their great loss THURSDAY next 19th win bo a day long to be remembered in Stanford It will be democratic day in all tho word implies Auditor S W linger candi date for governor and Hon John K Hendrick the best orator in Southern Kentucky who is tho democratic noml nee for attorney general will both speak hero while every other speaker of prominence in this section will assist in making the welkin ring Col T P lull who has not made a political speech in a dozen or so years will give tho boys a talk and Judgo M I Saufloy the best speaker politically or otherwise in the State will bo heard Judgo W C Bell and Common wealths Attorney Hardin pleasing speakers both of them arc on the program as are n half dozen or so of the local orators Besides speaking old fashioned burgoo will be served free and bountifully in the courthouse yard and all will bo welcome to come and eat A brass band will furnish stirring music from early until lato and nothing will be left undone to make tho day a big one A speakers stand will bo erected in the courthouse yard and back of it big kettles will be filled with hot burgoo Come to town early next Thursday morning prepared to hear lots of democratic doctrine and to fill up on democratic burgoo Dont miss It it will be a great day FOR SALEl00 bushels of rye J F Cover TurnersvlHe 4t LARGEST ofstoves and range from which to select at Singletons TilE weather prophets say we are to have an early Fall and a hard Winter SI SIZE bottle Burdock tonic compound for only 25c at the Stanford Drug Co FOR RENTCottage on Lancaato r Street near Main Street Inquire at Muellers jewelry store DONT forget thesaleof H Van Arsdale on the John Carpenter farm near Hustonville today Time L N will sell roundtrip tickets to Richmond at SOc each for speck train at 4 A M returning same day WARD MOORE bought the J B Gilkerson house at Crab Orchard at public sale for 1950 Possession Oct 1 H V McCHESNEY Secrerary of State spoke to a good crowd at Dan ville yesterday He was introduced by Judge Puryear MR W WEAKEN received a coop of Black Minorca chickens Sunday that cost him a small fortune Three of the seven of them came from Canada and arc as fine as mortal eye ever rested upon Time Monticello fair was a success in every respect Big crowds were present each day the show of stock was good and the races close and exciting Mr James R Beazley of this place led the list of blue tie winners He went from Monticello to a fair in Ten nesseeStiorWhile ingfrom the Jumbo camp meeting Saturday night some unknown person shot Joe Hays lett in the back inflicting a very painful wound He camo to town and had Dr Reid probe for the ball but the lat ter failed to locate it Hayslett was well enough to walk back home Had Tetter for Thirty Years I have suffered with tetter for thirty years and have tried almost countless remedies with little if any relief Three boxes Chamberlains Salve cur ed me It was a torture It breaks out a little sometimes but nothing to what it used to doD H Beach Midland City Ala Chamberlains Salve is for sale by all druggists- MATRIMONIAL T M Russell of Todd county and Miss Ermine Van Cleve of Christian county were joined heart and hand in an automobile near Gracey this State One of the worst features of kidney trouble is that it is an insidious dis ease and before the victim realizes his danger he may have a fatal malady Take Foleys Kidney Cure at the first sign of trouble as it corrects irregularities and prevents Brights dis ease and diabetes Pennys Drug Store Public Sale of Livery Outfit Having decided we will offer our enUre livery uutlitforsolo to tie hIgh est bidder on HATtWUAY HKIT 1107 consisting of IS good work horses good hugglei s good lurreYII drummer WIIKUIII s twu horse wngotii 10 sets single harness tl sets double harness 3 sets wagon harness bUIIgy heaters whips rugs and dusters one good Champion Slowing Machine l cutting box and ninny other things too tedious to mention Terms made known on day of vale Will also rent barn until Jun irks 1100NE WALLS Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE I On account of Illhealth I have decided to sell my farm on- THUHHDAY NOV con listing of 287 acres of land situated on the Houier t pike threw idles Iron Htan ford half mile tromll new tchoolhonse and one tulle from u union church The dwell Ing is nicely located on nn elevated with a view of two pikes and railroad and- outnlnSrooms with etc cittern at kitchen door nnd a neverfulling well coal buggy house coal house unit bun house A splendid concrete cellar with too house cold ttorage anti smoke house com fined One of the best burn In the county water piped through It three floors brio neat two large sheds nine stalls room for more than rJ abed of large cattle and no hettp beside borne and flogs The land Is under n high state of cultivation with reeks pond uIIl11prlDgs runnlllg through went9 1lteacres In wheat und tho test In 1lIl1otb and Slue Gross In fact one of the mott desirable farm In Lincoln county Thlt farm will tie sold In one tract or In two raclswith tu acres and Improvements In one and 87 ucrui unimproved land In other tract A pair of 16baud year old umro mules mares sheep cattle and hogs- snnhnglmplemenlshousehold and kitchen ndture of Inle THUllHUAYNOVJl J K LYNN Stanford Ky School Hose A special value is 00 dozen 2x4 Corduroy Ribbed Hose 5 to Oi at only 100 per pair These usually sell at 15c k South East Corner Main and II Depot Streets 1 Come to Tribble O Hughes for your Dry Goods Shoes S and lOc Goods Now Outings Plaid Soisettes Dross GoodsBolta Gloves Hat Pins Belt Buckles Dimity Hand kerchieft and Ribbons arc all in and ready for you- TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KEN- TUCKYFALLSHOES Housej We are now showing the most complete line of Mens Ladies andI Childrens Shoes ever shown in this market coil and Let us Show Yoll They are all right and will please you W E Perkins Crab OrchardI The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCe STANFORD KY The Sue Bennett Memorial School t London Ky Established eleven years Christian influences Ideal site Military training Thorough work Music and Business specialties Work provided for needy and deserving students School opens Tuesday Sept 3rd Write for catalogue Address JC LEWIS Prtn London Ky i IThe Interior Journal t jSnitredinthe PottOffice at Stanford IUI ueontlelaM matter FOBUBHHD TOEHIJAYB AND JTKID1T r AT i 500 PER YEAR CASK When not so paid HOO will bo charged Jesse W Sweeney FBOFBIETOR Livery Food and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky NOTICEAnyoneneedinga Union Jnck and Wire their order with T U t ono ho illshowouandtnkeyyourorder and wilt the same on shortriotlceBT 3 LUN8KOUD NOTICE I situated miles IIouth ell dlehlnnernatutton on the U It H on Mlddloburg pike 01 which backs rnn except wundiiy li now open lor the treatment of Hbeunrn turn Liver lllnddor nnd nil Htom soh and Rowel Troubles Klieumntlsm 0 specialty nt reasonable rates For parttcu sara nnd terms address KMBIMHPror i I R4F D Box Hustonvllle Ky t B D CARTER t Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Offico over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building The Fisher Hotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Street between Hnrlngs and town X mile from Han Hulphur Well sums dlUnce from Brown Spring 8plenuld tn ble and cool comfortable rooms Kates per work INSURANCEYIre Accident BEST Companies Represented Lowest Pos Rates Withas Paying nee Unequalled Talk JSAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymode clothing when there Uso little difference In the price of ready mad suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tallorT I have a handsome line of Hpring t summer goods I ean make from n low price business suit to the nnestdress wit Overcoats Trous Sri and Fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none ILO IIUPLKY The Tailor Htnnford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Cuter 0 livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Given Commercial Men ltI sat Reasonable Kates Stock Pens In Connection Also agent for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery Gasoline and Hteam Engines Threshing Machinery and Saw Mills It will pay you to see us before buy Also- OmmissOn salesmen for secondhand Machinery J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone 107 Home Phone 85 JtL Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur r siture MattingsRuga They willexchonge Furniture for U JKinda of Stock Give Them I Call Prices Right ITANFOHD KENTUCKY i4 i i sir r FARMERS DEPARTMENT A good deal of tobacco is being cut AI Pedigo of Glasgow sold two pairs of mules for 1025 FOR SALE82 good sheep Henry Anderson Stanford James T Hammonds sold here last week 71 cattle at 26 to 4ic FOR SALE56 nice feeding crttle G J Bohon Hustonville Ky 3t Miss Annie Ashlock sold her buggy mare for 110 and a mule for 70 Sow and three young pigs for sale Mrs W B McRoberts Stanford John M P the imported jumps sold for 5000 at Sheepshcad Bay Ike Shelby bought of B D Holt claw and others 50 1100pound cattle at 4Jc FOR SALETwo good milk cows and calves W F Shomaker Route 2 Stanford Ky Few nice Western horses for sale See me quick if you want one J Nevin Carter Moreland Lot of farming implements of all kinds as good as new for sale privately at once G A Swinebroad Lancas ter FOR SALE Six thoroughbred Polar China boars ready for service Good bone and subject to rcgistery S J Embry Jr Stanford FOR SALE Splendid two year ol blackjack with white points Also some handsome yearling and two yeal old trotting bred stock S M Owens McKinney Ky Cundiff d Bryant bought of Tom Allen 30000 pounds of hay at 55 cent in the stack E C Moore bought a two year old harness horse from Jame Reed for 187 Liberty News R C Hockcr was in luck at the Rich mond fair His fine colt won second money In the sweepstake ring and firs in the filly colt ring The colt and itsI lam then won first money in the marc and colt ring FOR SALEBy Hancock Taylor i Co 236 5th Street Louisville Ky 1371 acres of land five miles from Stan ford near McKInney on Queen d Cres cent railroad for 1000 Write quid if you want it Squire Hog Royalty bought 80 stock hogs Friday at 56 cents He i s now feeding 400 hogs The Squire bought 35 acres of corn In the field from Payne Bros at 2 a barrel Harrodsburg Democrat DANVILLE COURTThere were abou 150 cattle on the Danville market yes terday and most of them sold Price ranged from 2J to 4c and the demand was fairly good A good many mule colts sold at 40 to 90 The horse market was quiet Sam T Harris and Bob Woods tool to Louisville to show at the State Fat three yearling and two twoyearoU mules that ought to wear the blue anywhere The yearlings are beautifu- orrels and the twoyearolds arc black They also took along a couple of mare to show HIGHLAND Born to the wife of C B McGufTey a girl H F Horton is on the sick listJ G Baugh and J S Young are spreading rock on the pike so we may xpect some rough riding for a while Ivan Butt sold a sow and pigs tc Abel James for 14 E G Baugh sold a twoyearold heifer to R C Arnold for Elder Martin Owens of Rockcastle pastor of the Mt Moriah church for more than 40 years was here Saturday and Sunday and preached two good sermons After an Illness of two weeks of typhoid fever Miss Burnetta daughter of Wm Reed died at the home of her uncle Rev S M Carrier at Bethel Ridge where she had gone for a visit She was a member of the Methodist church and loved by all who knew her A number of her friends accompanied the remains to this place for burial Bradley Ashlock of Bethel Ridge was a visitor at Thomas Carriers Jno W Cook of Jellico accompanied by- his mother and sister of Somerset werc guests of C M Young Elbert and John Young have entered Union College at Barbourville Miss Grace Young is attending school at Stanford Wm Cook of Somerset is visiting his and father Rev J M Cook Lame Back This is an ailment for which Cham rlalns Pain Balm has proven es loolally valuable In almostevery In stnnce it affords prompt and perma nent relief Mr Luke LaGrange of Orange Mirth says of Ili After using a plaster and other remedies for- three weeks for a bad lame back I purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and two applications effected a cure For sale by all druggists B G Fox has bought and ship to the Pennsylvania market dal of August over 400 head of yearling mules and mule colts The ranged from 40 to 105 per headAd vocate S S The New Pure Food and Drug Law Ve are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles Is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug- law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and lulls Pennys Drug Store 1a Lost and Found Lost between 030 P M yesterday and noon today a bilious attack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at Penns Drug Store a box of Dr Kings Ncv Life Pills the guarnteed cure for bilI lousness malaria and jaundice cI Unknown miscreants entered the chicken and poultry yards of Mrs C D Wheeler in Adair county and fed the fowls Paris green When Mrs Wheeler returned from a visit to a neighbor she found 500 of her chickens and turkeys dead Healthy kidneys alter the Impurities from the blood and unless they do this good health Is Impossible Poles Kidney Cure makes sound kid neys and will positively cure aU torms of kidney and bladder disease It Htrengthens the whole system Penny Drug Store THE Central Kentucky Real Esta Exchange 8 Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargai Write or apply for particulars and prices James soldoT C Han 10 twoyearold mules at 120 a three yearold mule to Jake Robinson for 175 a mule colt to James Robinson for 05 FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GARI RARD COUNTYI A fine blue grass form for snlo situated allI new pike near Point Leuvell anti six mid south of Liilicnster contatnlnu ail nero well located In good uulghliorliooU beln part Of the John walker trot with n bUIIlI some stew twostory sevenroom resident thereon recently completed with nil Ollt buliaiiiKs Anti ROod now dun WxflO WII watered six never ailing springs mm once running through rJUIIIlI cuh In hand balance ono nlUl two yours trom dnyof snit bearing six ller cent Interest until wild Persons looking lor such plnce pleat write E M and Uubelle Walker living on laths at 1olnt Lan ell or W U Vnlkei Stanford Ky Isabella P K Nand WIWulker olnt Leis veil Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containin ao acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land mad last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an uptc date place and will be sold at a bargain If sold within the next 60 days yf cash balance to suit purchaser For further it formation in regard to farm write L It Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky IRIBBLE PENCE 11Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Battings Picture Framed Shades Lace Curtain and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of IJtho Undertaking Department TRIBBLE G PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 Central Kentucky ealEstateExchauge TITLE CO Nolsrlacres on the Waynesburg pike- nenr Highland 8rooni house born and other orchard Thus properoutbulldlngllIlety schoolhouse is woll- worth tho price IJU- foSlSO acres S miles Houth of Grab Or- chllrd on the has n twostory houe good barn orchurd end Is well water 00 about acres of this land Is bottom- land and produces flue crops A bargain nt lI 5 J cash balance In one and two years So S IIS acres on lluclc Creek near Way nlburg I room house barn and other out illcllnxi plontjof water hash price nOO o4Itelacmes near Level Green Rock eRtle This farm has it new 2 tory mutehouse would cost to build nowl- 1lAAJ good barn crib fie located near chnrb and school This Is n nice hone IInd- can bo bought for I to per acre H cast rue IIIl1lnder In 12 months No61M3 acres adjoining the Move farms 100 arras In of rooms good born and other outbuildings nice orchurll One of the best springs In the coun W 1rlcotViOOjhalf vusii Imlnnco and t B acres adjoining farms Nos 4 and lot acres In cultivation balance In tlm- btr Good white oak hickory and souse one eoonr Has 2story log huge and good oreh- urd well watered Oust price aftr- oNo1W acres near Mnretsburg KyIW- acrelln cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings line wntlr- ond school and nlt station Irlce = 5wy4cash balance In one nnd two years So sII acres near Conway Ky nearly nil of this farm Is bottom land line for corn meadow very good dwelling house new bllrn and other buildings on county road a from Boron College lash price ft topd3acrci on Drakes mile- lrom Grab Orchard This farm adjoin the- pllto and Is a part of the Geo Evans farm its Is nne land and In good condition nil cessary buildings Is n bargain ut- t80 per acre fo 1075 acres near Htnnford Ky In- nice shape with all necessary bulldlngsetc can be bought worth the money for full particulars In regard to all the- abovo farms see or write L R Hughes or- Jnlllel I White tanlord Ky OLD KENTUCKY HOME MilLS Formerly White Mill thoroughly Has been renovated and Is now In tine condition to innke theltest of Ilour Monl Ktc Custom grinding done on onch TUKHOAV Will grind lor thu toll RI formerlyflvo me n trllll ProprietorI 50 Years An Agcncy5 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY FOR SALE I IfnotioM privately before baud I will ou MONDAY OCT II Iftff county court dnyoiler for sale In front fll the court boute door my residence situate on Logan Avenue In Htnttfonl Ky This h one of the test built frame liulkllng In the town lists ThuhouolsInsplendidngntrrueetl- y rnvoml allIIllIhtl A goal chtern ht the dour and n huge larbton the prsIUse Terms inmle known on tiny of pair J OttHIHY J Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit lourt Matthew Woodtoii n admr etc is 1lulfi lover et ul Notice of Mule Pursuant to n Judgment of the Unco circuit court rwmlcrwl In abuv style notion tho andortgne i CommlMUinrr w1 on WHDNHHDVY KEPT Jfi between nod It will nt public out cry to till hlgh t nab Iwst bidder JWI estate hereinafter de crllied said real u tito of three tracts of lame which are contiguous owl which will 1 old as one tract The sale will be mad at the rvsldclir house on tract No J herulnaflnr dOerllron which O J Crow who estate lived prior to Allot said land Is hllIlltbIIKentucky near vllle IThe lint tract h liounded and described nl follows lleglnning at a stake In Hnmur Rockers line thenao N 81 K 11 poles 13 links to a stops corner to llocker thence I thence N 8 W thIeeghmingcontalning7nerethesense log that tract commissioner to U J Crow as appears III the otllce of the clerk of the court In IHnxl Hook 13 page 118 Kroin this however Is reserved n tract containing onll here one rood nnd poles conveyed by ml Crow to Halite Itallev as appears In tllo clerk office In Uml took A IHIKC K The second tract Is that conveyed to 0 10 Prow by L D Uood et nl ns the office of the aforesaid and described uig 82S It Is bounded nl tieingsituated on the waters hanging Fork Creek the Htantoni tturn nt its IntucUon with TeytcKlnneyturnpike beginning In first n 81i1JnlufbY oTnikorwIth his hlno N fiSS W Pt poles I links to ton hit corner pole1llnktowith his line S II w tl bh corner thence with line of sense i W apoles to curlier of Mr Ilocker thlllre tier lisle anti line of IIr llockerPt lit W IJJ to a black walnut thence H a pole K poVs llnkfthencx Hpoles thence iH47H 21 poles 10 links to middle of crook corner to Carter thence hie lint nlng H coitnluing lrutacresItOrood and twain poles ot land Third tract Is thus described Hltuate 01 llocker branch and beginning at n stone In the road and corner to Mocker thence Ids line N ft KB7 poles links to 0 stake to land sold to O J thence X 1 K polies to R stake corner to RIIII sold to nrow in Mrs 6odes line thence e9 W Si poles IS link to center of gale In fron thence with the raw llnlllnltrrontwas vvd Welch Commlosloner on March lOjI Rnd the Uttd thereto wsa recorded In the oillceof theClerkof the IlncolnCount Court on Held 21 ISfU The three foregoing Aecrllad tracts nr tontlguous and forlll one well arranged and of land The hnproventeutl- 11here0miconaitofn with oltthulldllllCl 0fond reeldenee usual character large tarn and two good tenurn int houses It Is situated at a taint where converge ono tocoal turnpikes which2K distantdcKlnney nearest railroad station one to Mores the and five miles distant on t U It ItH It Is ntllesdistnntnmid- hsother ono llle to Stanford rive to five miles distant All these roads are good turnpikes The esldenco Is only W n It from tht 11Ololllc- IIn1 general store at Turnursvllle In line to church nod school house Vnter III abundant uuantltles Is found In very Held The sale wilt Iw made on waists of and lt months onehalf of the purchase price to LI due and payable together with Inter st that may accrue thereon at tho oxplrii Icni of rite of the iHirlods of time afore Anld For the purchase price the pnrchaKor bo to give land with per to the Commissioner 0nnllcUrlttInillo lit the rate of per ClIt per annum from date of sumo until nil and n lien will bo retained on the land lold to further secure thepaymentof lands GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C Capt T D English Auct NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATORS SALE I 011 AlHEPT 23 1W nt the Illto residence of O J Orow deceased at urnvrsvllle Hustonville A In ntord pike inLincoln county Kynhout- tho hour of oclock A M will offer for salo at outcry to the highest and lest Idder the following 1a rsoualprnpertyvlxi Two sown Rnd ttslioiits Jersey and horthorn hulk a calve It gOOt feed Clltllt1 work mules and mslstlngof two brood mareeouUined and one IIIl1nlt InrecoitAycarsold out of n Lexington sure und ono orul IwsriMgnlty Dare colts wull broke to rIde nnddrive a lot of chickens two bono wIIKOll1I buggy buckboard and 1 douilio 01 harness 2 sets buggy irness elder mill corn cultlvu ton4 lot of cutilhg fax t 1I0WorAII pitchfork I riding plow I seeder llggeri In 10 acres of corn and t Interest In acres of tobacco hay n lot of lumber a lot of toe lMlCO sticks 4 l ales wire 8 stands lees Diueliolil and kitchen furniture TERMS OK HALKArtlcIes under cnlb In hand over 110 bond with wringlurety due four months after date iterest from date until paid at 6 per cent annum utred Purchaser will cosie prepared to comply with tillIlle8lo of sale- M WOO DSON Administrator OJOrow Estate On lit T IJ Kngllsh Auctioneer- At tho same tine and place I will orfer lor ale the farm of Mrs Joe H Monln and Mrs Wooden consisting of KB acres 87 acres III a line set of Timothy and Ulover and the remaInder Hncres In rich Blue Grass pn- ture This farm has been noted for fine crops and early grass Hunnlng water thro isturo and J springs In meadow This land olnl the farms of John F and James N Also 22 acres knob land will be offer lid edaytofU Crossett Shoes Are good company and make shorttmiles Every mile will seem only a block if your feet are in Crossett Shoes Patent Colt Box CalfGunometal narrow toes wide toesarch instep Weve eml Just a little of your timeTand well appre ciate the chance to show you what we ha- veSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY I Chick Feed for Fall and Winter at W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky First National BankSttatord Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was sUbllshtd as the Deposit flank of Stanford In 1181 then reorraoliid as the National Rank of Stanford In 1S8S and again reorKanlsed as the First National flask of Stanford lo 1113 hkYlog bad practically an unlnter rnptcd existence for 41 ears It is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing easiness promptly and well than ever before In tie long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cir poratlons Solicited OfflosrsiJ I BOOKER Preel i T HAimif V Pm 11 UCBOIIEKTB Obr W n WKAUENAHt Obri Dlreoforsf y Reid DsnTllle 8 T Harris Stanford 18 tloeker Stanford K L Tanner McKInney M D Elmore U Baarhman Stanford T P Ulll Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble J U naugbman J Fettus Stanfordi0 E Tate Notice farmers Wo have buyers for Lincoln county real estate If you have n farm for sale write to us ACCOUNTS AND NOTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Reference Any Bank in Somerset i AddrcsH Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky Something New and Fancy in Enameled Cham ber PailsI JFiMain0 t