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L THE INTERIOR JOURNALIVOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1907 NO 58 IKINGSVILLE Rev J G Livingston Is expected Sunday to fill his regular appointment H II Padgett is closing out his stock of goods at cost preparatory to moving to Arabia Anyone having a piano box upright for sale will please address Miss E M Creighton Kingsvllle Ky The G A R reunion begins to day Wednesday and will continue un til Friday A largo crowd Is expected Boone Flint and family have moved back from Danville and aro occupying their homo on Church street Walter Prlvitt and wife have moved to So- mer4act Leonora Gooch has returned from n visit to relatives at Franklin John Singleton and wife of Waynes f burg were with their daughter Mrs Carey Hcndrlcks Hays of Danville was the guest of friends hereCon ductor Dcla Max Hamilton of Somer set and Elmer McCowan of Science Hill were hero Friday Will Flint has Rone to Tyler Texas to join his tam fly Miss Blanche VanDovcer Is back from a visit to her homo at Stanford This is Miss Blanches last week here as Mr Long In whoso place she has been teaching Is about able to resume his duties and the former will leave soon for Indianapolis to take a course in an institution for the deaf Miss VanDoveer is a lovely young lady and the many friends she made here will give her up with much regret Little Amanda Lee Is able to bo out I again after a critical illness of pneumo nia II B VAndivier was In Harrods burg this week Pierce Butler is the I night operator at tho Tower Virgil Bostin succeeded Cecil Gooch as day t operator Sylvan Irivett of Hamil ton 0 was hero this week Mrs Rose Howell of Cincinnati Is tho guest of her sister Mrs Wm Lane Mrs John Williams was tho guest of friends at Ludlow Mrs Milford Smith of Tales vlllc Is the guest of relatives hero CHURCH MATTERS Mississippi Baptists have 96020 invested In orphanages and 5270000 In college property A fund of 100000 for church exten sion and missionary work has been raised within tho past year by the Baptists of Philadelphia There aro now 989 churches and 892 Sunday schools of tho Christian denom ination In Indiana which during the year have gained 20539 members Tho meeting at Christs church con ducted by R II Boll continues with t much Interest and will last over Sunda anyway Mr Boll Is a fine speake- t and largo crowds hear his every ser mon Rev J 0 A Vaught formerly pas tor of tho Danville Methodist church but later In charge of the church at Frankfort has been made presiding elder Ho Is the father of Stove Vaught the versatile local editor of tho Somerset Journal The members of the Brodhoad Bap tist church cordially Invite you to at tend tho dedicatory services of their new church to God on Sunday tho 29th of September 1907 Dedicatory ser- I mon by Rev II C Bow Thus read handsome invitations sent out by that largo and prosperous congregation It Is with sincere regret that the members of tho Methodist church and tho people of Stanford generally will give up good old Dr W F Vaughan tho splendid pastor of tho Methodist church and one of tho ablest preachers t in the Methodist conference Ho has been assigned to Somerset Rev T W Barker will succeed him here A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond Ind l Mr U D Williams 100 West Main St snYIIII appeal to all persons with weak lungs to tako Dr Kings 1New Discovery tho only remedy that helped me and fully comes up to tho 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 tie whooping cough quinsy hoarse ness and phthisic stops hemorrages of tho lungs and builds them up Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store COc and II Trial bottlo free fIfmoney talks As some folks tell To most of us It says Farewell Ono of tho worst features of kidney trouble Is that It Is an Insidious die ease and before the victim realizes his danger ho may have a fatal malady rake Foleys Kidney Cure at the first sign of trouble as It corrects Irreg ularities and prevents Brights dis ease and diabetes Pennys Drug JAugustus Plantter 84 member of the Odd LOdge kor 50 years and chaplain for 20 years died in Madison r MATRIMONIAL The Register announces tho engagement of Miss Josephine Wagers to lien ry Cosby both of Richmond Miss Elizabeth Sparks aged 18 And Ed Rogers 19 eloped to Lexington from Nicholasvlllo and were made one The marriage of Mr Will Phlllipp and Miss Lula Rankin Friday was an event of much pleasure to their many friends Somerset Journal Miss Rhlnock daughter of Congress man Joseph L Rhinock and H S Needham former secretary to Mr Rhinock were married in New York Saturday without the knowledge of the parents Miss Isabella Walker tho handsome slater of W 0 Walker of this place was married at her homo in Upper Gar rard to Quincy Gray of Conncraville had The bride ls the only daughter ol Mr Arch K Walker formerly of Gar rard but now living in Mississippi and is very bright and popular Friends hero of Mr Samuel Joseph hutch have received invitations to his marriage ton Oct 9 to Miss Caroline Thompson of Boligce Ala The core mony will occur at the Presbyterian church there at 8 oclock P it Mr Burch is a son of Mrs Mary I Burch of this place and is a fine young man Miss Maudo Sims tho pretty daugh ter of Mr F M Sims proprietor of Sims Olympian Springs was married Wednesday to E T Stamforth a fireman on tho Q C with headquarters at Ludlow They drovo to Liberty and Rev J L Owens performed tho cere mony Mr and Mrs Stamforth left immediately for Ludlow to make their home H a MARKSBURY Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford Is tho guest of tho Misses Leavell Rev Shouse of tho Fork is holding a meeting at the Baptist church at Prcachcravillc Rev Homer Carpenter filled his ap pointment at Pleasant Grove Sunday There will bo preaching again on the fifth and first Sundays Arthur Adams of Lexington and Miss Emma Lucile Green of this coun ty were married at Dr W F Vaugh ans by that gentleman yesterday M F Rout spent last week in Lex- Ington Misses Elizabeth Simpson and Sara Cook who have spent the summer in Michigan joined a party to Canada and report delightful trip Thomas Adams spent last week with his wife and daughter at Mrs Mc Graths Lee Perkins has started to Lancaster to school Mrs Heardand children who have spent the summer homerMrs C T Denman of Nicholasville was with her parents here Tho C E Society of Pleasant Grove held n Sunset Meeting on tho church lawn Sunday evening Miss Addle Ar nold was tho leader and tho papers and talks by a number of others made the evening both pleasant and instruct ive The meeting closed with Over the Hill tho Sun Is Setting It Attack of Diarrhoea Curd by One Dose 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 mo en tlrely and I had been taking other medicine for nine days without relief I heartily recommend this remedy as being trIO best to my knowledge for bowel complaints H O Stewart of tho firm of Stewart fc Bro Green vlllo Ala For salo by all druggists Thirty persons wore drowned and 100 houses wero burned at a mine near Ko taro Japan A fire started in the min Ingworks and while attempts were beI- ng mado to save the mina the water reservoir was broken flooding a por tion of the village Had Tetter for Thirty Years I havo suffered with tetter for thirty years and have tried almost countless remedies with little If any relief Threo boxes Chamberlains Salvo cur ed mo It was a torture It breaks out a little sometimes but nothing to what it used to doD II Beach Midland City Ala Chamberlains Salvo Is for salo by all druggists Theres a little touch of autumn In the air And tho college boys aro busy Growing hair Sick Headache This disease Is caused bya derangement of tho stomach Take a doso of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct this disorder and the sick headache will disappear For sale by all druggists 1 size bottle Burdock tonic compound for only 25c at the Stanford Drug Co NEWS NOTES Over 30000 people attended the open Ing of the State fair at Louisville Former Senator William Lindsay Is seriously ill at his home at Frankfort Four men were killed and four others were injured in an automobile wreck at Colorado Springs Frederick McNally president of the publishing house of Rand McNally 6 Co of Chicago is dead Tho Supreme Lodge of the Knights and Ladies of Honor is meeting at Indianapolis in biennial session Denver Col was selected by the- FellowsSovereign Grand Lodge of Odd as the place of meeting next year Pago Gilchrist a farmer of near Stur gis committed suicide by stabbing himself in the heart with a pocketknife Miss May Cameron manager of the Postal Telegraph ofllco at Hopkinsville closed her office and joined the strikers Mrs Mary Barr over SO years of age committed suicide at Morgadore Owen county by placing her head In a spring Twothirds of the members of the G A R arc said to be in favor of the restoration of tho canteen at army postsThe tenth annual convention of the AntiSaloon League of America opened Monday night at tho Jamestown Expo sition Fire at Kansas City destroyed the I M Yost mill and elevator along with other buildings causing a loss of 110000 George T Weitzel of St Louis for merly of Frankfort has accepted the appointment as secretary of the Unl ted States Legation at Costa Rica Secretary Metcalf says that no officer on the retired list would be assigned to tho command of tho Atlantic battleship fleet on its coming voyage to the Pacific Tho Chicago Tribune says that the Standard Oil Co attorneys will seek to wipe the 29210000 fine imposed by Judge Landis out of existence on a tech nicalityA of 50000 people attended the State Fair Tuesday It was Fra ternities day and the various organizations were largely represented The IrishAmericans celebrated that night Former Judge Alton B Parker of New York and Samuel W McCall of Massachusetts made the principal ad dresses at the Constitutional Day celebration at tho Jamestown Exposi tionMrs Cassio M Chadwick noted witch of finance was stricken with a nervous collapse at the Ohio penitentiary at Columbus which left her blind The blindness proved to bo only tempo raryJames W barr has requested that he be relieved of the duties of director general of the Jamestown Exposition because of differences with President Tucker over tho social features of the Counsel A R Talbot of the Modern Woodmen has issued from headquarters at Rock Island Ill proclamation asking all tho camps o his order to hold anniversary celebrations on January 6IJudgo Jarvis cember 6 as tho day for the executio- of Henry and Porter Poison brothers murderers of Mrs Julia Drown mother inlaw of one of tho murder was committed in Clinton county Health In the Canal Zone The high wages paid make It a mighty temptation to our young art sans to join tho force of skilled work men needed to construct tho Panama Canal Many aro restrained however by tho fear of lovers and malaria It is the knowing one those who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safo from malarious Influence with Klectrlo Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and all stomach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Oc Testimony was given in New York by Assistant Controller Fay of tho Standard Oil Company to tho effect that profits aggregating 490315934 were made by tho company in the seven years from 1899 to 1906 In tho same period tho companys gross assets Increased from 200791623 to 371 664531 Chamberlains Cough Remedy Ono of the Best on the Market For many years Chamberlains Cough Remedy has constantly gained- in favor and popularity until It Is now one of tho most staple medicines In use and has an enormous sale It Is intended especially for acute throat and lung diseases such as coughs colds and croup andean always bo depended upon It Is pleasant and safe to take and Is undoubtedly the best in the market for the purposes for which it is in tended Sold by all druggists IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Emanuel Mitchell aged 86 Is dead In has the promise of a new passenger depot Dr Lum Greene a prominent physi clan of Springfield is dead Mrs James Brand died at her home in Junction City Wednesday The Kentucky State Institution for the Deaf at Danville opened with an enrollment of 340 students Mrs R A Shaw of Boylo had her eyes badly damaged by the explosion of a can of tomatoes she was putting up- The family of Malcolm Bridges of Garrard is in a pitiable condition seven members of the household being ill of typhoid fever News reached London that the remains of a child were found in a well near Rockcastle Springs The Coroner Is making an investigation Peter Gilchcr owner of the Gilcher Hotel block and a leading citizen of Danville suffered a stroke of paralysis and is in a serious condition Some mischievous person slipped a big snake in a mail box on Main street says tho Danville Advocate and when Thomas Shelton a carrier opened the box to remove the contents the reptile licking out its forked tongue met his eyes ho burnt the wind Local capitalists havo organized the KnoxJelllco Coal Co capitalized at 100000 Twelve hunted acres of fine coal and timber land have been pur chased across the Cumberland river four miles south of here and within a few weeks one of the biggest operations in Eastern Kentucky will be start ed says a Barbourville dispatch POLITICAL Chicagos new city charter was re jected by tho voters of that city by a majority of more than 62000 A light Vote was polled Judge S W linger and Mr John K Hendrick spoke to largo crowds at Pine ville and MIddlesboro Monday Gov Beckham addressed a large gathering of Democrats at Glasgow The Governor has returned from Somerset whero he spoke Saturday having finished up a most successful weeks work in counties of the 11th district He covered Adair Russell Clinton Cumberland Wayne and Pu laski in that period and the leaders of those counties told him that never was the Democratic element of their citi zenship so sure of cutting down the big Republican majorities which normally obtain Frankfort Journal HUBBLE Mr and Mrs W H Tomlinson and Roscoe C Tarter of Danville were here Sunday Elder L M Omer preached his last sermon at the Christian church Sunday Rev Omer made many warm friends here who regret to give him up and wish him great success in his new field of labor Louisviletgoods C C Sink of Lexington vis ited A C Carman last week Mr J C EubanKs attended the State Fair thatncaster and preach for the Methodist church hero next year Miss Edith Mor row of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Flonnlo Hammond Edgar Mc Kechnte has accepted a position with tho Neat Richardson Drug Co Louis ville Harvey McBeath and Charlie Rankin have returned from a visit to Monticello How To Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores tho natural action of tho bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nause ate or grlpo and Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Within the State of Missouriaro nearly 200000 acres of land that are open to settlement under the United States homestead laws Homeseekers may have this land for the asking if they are willing to live upon and im prove it or it may be purchased for 125 per aero Tho public land Is chiefly in the Ozark Mountain region The Touch That Heals Is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salvo Its the happiest comblnatlonof Arni ca flowers and healing balsams over compounded No matter how old tho sore or ulcer Is this Salvo will cure it For burns scalds outs wounds or piles Its an absolute cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 25c The Jewish Immigration Bureau at St Petersburg has published statistics showing that over 500000 Jews have emigrated from Russia to the United States since 1899 Crossett Shoes II Aregood company and make short miles Every mile will seem only a CrossettShoestoesarchinsteplittle of your time and well appre ciate the chance to show you what we ha- veSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY 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 DIREOTORSI J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W 0 Walker TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky d S rii ate Comfort economy nnd 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 mires no coal no kindling in your rooms The ideal heat for a residence Now is tho time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter- is hero 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 1FoorW B McRoberts Twelve New Webber TwoHone Wngoni with gear and ono 1horso Webber wagon Cheap for club See lUffe A onei MoKlnney Ky I Any honest perion detlrlng temporary or should call on El ISTANFORD 1 IPNOTICEI Attention Please addreis DRUGGIST Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office r j d htlt The Interior Journal WALTONlJOHN J MOSER Is a candidate for Jailer of county subject to the nctlon of the 1JenlOcrnUo- par y r L M BRUCE Ls a candidate for jntler of Uncoin county subject to the nctlon 01 the 1JmocrnUo party i JAMES C HAYS II a candidate for Jnller of subject to thv nctlon of the Democratic t party i D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun 4 t ttysubject to the nctlon of the Democratic Democratic Ticket Fpr U S Senator J C W Beck hamFor GovernorS W lInger For Attorney JGenerar John K HendricksFor Superintendent of Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman t For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor rH M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chcnault For Representative of Lincoln coin tyW H Shanks TilE belief in the selfpurification ofI flowing water which has been the ba sis of much opposition to sanitary regulation of sewerage disposal wouldI seem to be a myth Experiments con ducted at the hygienic laboratory of the University of Wisconsin show that ty phoid bacilli live from eight to 10 days in flowing water In a stream havingI a flow of two miles an hour typhoid bacilli would still be dangerous at a distance of 480 miles from the source of contamination The experiment seems ta justify severest legislative measures that have been anywhere enacted to prevent and punish river pollution CAPT W J STONE of the First Congressional district who has not taken an active part in State politics since he made the race for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination against Goebel and Hardin in 1899 has again taken the stump in the interest of the Democratic State ticket and made his first speech of the campaign in Owensboro Monday He was introduced by Dr E R Pen nington a Confederate veteran Capt Stone made a telling speech and called upon all Democrats to vote the straight ticket IN no department has democratic management accomplished more than in the Agricultural Bureau Farmers i istltutes a State fair alabor bureau expert lecturers a forestry department aid one of immigration are interesting to farmers in every section and the farmer is having more money devoted to his welfare than ever before in the history of the State The labor bureau has accomplished much for the life and health of the laboring classes TilE victims of Alpine accidents con tinue to add to the harvest of lives This summers toll is the heaviest ever recorded Eighty bersons were killed and 22 injured in 90 accidents this year record 76 faas against the previous talities in 1906 in 71 accidents Of those killed threefourths lost their lives by falling over precipices the rest by ava lanches snow storms and lightning AT the Meadville Mo Chautauqua Hon W J Bryan got 517 from one speech his contract with the Chauta qua management being that he accept onehalf the gate receipts after the first 600 tickets had been sold This beats being President Roosevelt doesnt get more than a third as much a day UNDER the will of Thomas R PattonI late treasurer of the Grand Lodge ofI Masons of Pennsylvania his entire es tate valued between 2000000 andI 3000000 is devised to the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania for the educa tion and support of male orphans ofI Master Masons JUDGE LINCOLN of Louisville is re turning to first principles Hereafter he will have the mouths of boys caught swearing washed out with soap Thats the way the good mothers used to do and it was effective too THAT the globe is gradually drying up is the conclusion reached by the well knowii French geologist Martel in a paper read before the Academy of Science Of course it is Even Lincoln county has gone dry ONE by one they come marchingback into the fold Judge Yost who left the democratic party to help Taylor run the State affairs is back with his first love and may he never sin again It is said that former United States Senator Carmack will be a candidate for the democratic nomination for gov ernor of Tennessee t W IAdditional Local Tim machInery for the laundry is in plac and work will tariin a few days AT IIUSTOaVl4 JudgesJ SW linger and John K Hendrick speak siHustonville at 730 tomorrow Sat urday evening Hear them IN a fight which was the result of an 1old grudgeMose Pitman severely cut August Bartels about the neck and head The trouble occurred near Preach crsvillc HTHE Canning Factory at McKinney closes down today after putting up about 150000 cans of tomatoes Mr F M Ware has a late patch and Is sell ing the luscious fruIt athis atom at McKinney at 25c per bushel IN our mention of death of Mr William Warren of Boyle last issue we unintentionally omitted the names of Mrs Cornelius Kalfus of Loureville and Mr John F Warren of Coffey vine Kansas sister and brother of the deceased FOR SALEA new tarction engine one separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 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 3000 It can be bought for a very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky IN nominating lIon B B King for the Legislature from Lincoln county the republicans have put their best foot foremost Mr King is a popular man and once represented the county very creditably in the Legislature but helot is likely to do it again Mr W H Shanks the democratic nominee is a temperance man by faith and practice and that question is uppermost in that section now lIe is not only highly acceptable to his party but will receive the support of the prohibitionists who will not put out a candidate this time Uncle Ben as his friends call him ought not to let his party steer him up against a game that is sure to result disastrously to him Frankfort Journal REV L OMEnho pastor of the Christian church here some two and a half years left this week for Richmond Va to remain until he secures another pastorate It has never been our pleasure to meet a better or more thoroughly consecrated man than Rev Omer and we with his many friends here deeply regret that he and his excellent wife have left us Ills work in the Christian church here will long be remembered while the chapel Mrs Omer was instrumental in building at Rowland will be a great and good monument to her memory Our wish is that they may soon find a church where their efforts for good will be more appreciated than they were by the Christian church of Stanford MR WILLIAM BRYAN was here Wed eslay advertising the excursion to Mammoth Cave on Sept 26 The train will leave here over the K C at 440 going by Richmond Paris Lexington and Frankfort to Louisville A lay ov er of three hours will be given in Louis ville to see the sights of that city thence direct to the cave arriving there for supper After supper the short route will be taken through the cave and the side trip to the ruins of Kar nak or Great Mammoth Dome This is considered by many one of the grand est features of the cave and is alone worth the price of the trip In the morning the party will go on the long route which will require all day Dinner will be eaten in the cave about six miles from the entrance Music will be furnished while crossing Echo river and the echo is best at this season of the year because of the low water After coming out of the cave at about 5 P M the party Is furnished supper lodging and breakfast giving a full nights rest at the hotel before starting on the trip home 1265 pays the expense of the entire trip which would otherwise cost about 30- FONTAINE Fox BOBBITT will speak in the court house at Crab Orchard Saturday 21st Subject Noah Websters Spelling Book from which he willI spell and read from memory till the au dience throwing up their hands will cry Hold enough The rude pyramids of Egypt Have endured from the earli est ages while the more modem andI more elegant structures of AtticaI Rome and Palmyra have fallen beneath the fell strokes of time Other spelling books have come and gone Others will come and go but tho Old Blue Back will return to reflect light from its pages around the humble firesides glow and instruct the poor mans son entertain the whole family and educate the wondering school boy The Bible among the spelling books the Blackstone among law books the Shakespeare among poets Judge Morrow says the best book of its size ever publish ed Judge Saufiev says the old Goodrich Fourth Reader is the finest miscellaneous reading of any of the books These two men are the Castor and SpeakIngmon a law a on sciences B i i tI ttk uutrr ti FOR SALE60 pairs of Homing Pig cons Cheap E LlReinhart WEAR rubber boots these dewy mornings Complete new stock at Cummins McClary FOR RENTCottageson Lancaster Street near Main Street Inquire at Muellers jewelry store liON J W NEWMAN democratic nominee for Commissioner of Agricul ture will speak at Lancaster Monday next court day I WILL sell at Boone Walls sale on Saturday Sept 23 a thoroughbred Jer sey cow giving milk and a thoroughbred Jersey bull four months old T P Eads BEAR in that Steele CarlJenI ter will sell his good farm of 185 acres near Hustonville at public auction on Friday Oct 4th See description of it in our advertising columns MR J E LYNN has decided to have his sale on Oct 17 instead of Nov 21 Ills fine farm of 237 acres will be disposed of at that time Read the de scription of it in our advertising columns I WILL myusual 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 FINE 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 AT the State fair Louisville S T Harris and R B Woods took two blues three reds and three thirds on their fine yearling and twoyearold mules It- T Bruce got first money on his suck ling mule colt Sk ting Rink- TaNight Notice of Election I Regular term of the Lincoln county conrt eldMonde Neptvhul PUDt H C Warren Judge presiding In the matter of the application of the cltliens of Klngsvlle Kf for a graded school At the last regular term of thus court held AUIt11 IWT a petition IIIntd Ly I W N Acton M V Mlepllen one h at Thompson Wm Vogue leeks IL M Itsgney U AnrW W Walter Johnson EWOrelgl- aichllowardHoeeeiy u Itud T Haggard Vm LonllllorrllurphYVns11 A Hlnuleton W M Singleton T xyln4CTrulyWm M Onocli Charley lCKiGooch ur hyAFrnnclJAllnrt Dan Herter LChevoletteCnlvrrtoochULalurphhub Koberuaml J K Htull wan nied In open court Jbefore U C Warren judge of mid court asking that n Onuleil Common Hctiool District be established with bounds ry nl follows McKee Included rnliudetl J Austin Iiogue lnel del theuco to JWdooch place Included thence toJM Murpliv to the nSliIikllulllnl placelneludetl then to mile post 0131 on the e N Ot T V11 UunterplnljIlicludllthence to D A ton Included thence to Howurd iwlnelncltldcd thence to JW HIUIIlXrlllcldeithence pxcludedtheme- to M lowen n point 1ndle North of mile tart N on the C w T It It thence to J Pp- thegrove place excluded thence to J IllK eee the beginning And It npiHnrlMB to the court that all of the told petitioner lire legal voters and res proppoUrndetl IIYIIlburgfor the ooo e Is the Klngsvllle school lioittu located In Klngsvllle Lincoln county Ky In certified to bennd Is not ex ceedlnglng si miles from any portion of the boundnr or tile prodOMll1 district An It turtheroppetring that a majority the trustees In lIch of the common school districts embraced In whole or In part In said Graded Common Hchool district have consented to tho establishment of the sold proposed Graded Common Hchool District and hove endorsed their consent In writing upon said petition and It further appear Ing that Garland Blngleton superintend counlyhilisaid proposed district trod has endorsed his consent In writing upon the Said petition III provided by law IlCtitionoruppeulldIn IIdJudgl11thlltleretland d rectld to cauo a poll to bu opened In the town of Klngsvllle Ky and nn of dayOctoberlifter the entry of this order to take the sense of tho legal white voters In said pro posed Graded Common school ether there shall to levllll and collecte- danuuultnxofslan cents on each IUI of property assessed In said proposed Graded Common Hchool District to the white voters and corporation for the puree of maintaining u Graded Common Hchool In the said pro posedGraded Common Hctiool District tad for the purpose of erecting suitable buildings tllere or us pro vlded by the common school law The olllcers or wild election will cause the said legal voters In said proposed district to vote for live persons of IIPronllIlywill make duo return of the result of said llectiou ot once A Copy Attest CEO n COOPER Clerk Uy K IMnnlngton O COUlltyIlIrelldelivered to me duly certified by Ueo U Cooper Clerk of the Lincoln County Court pubIhhedweekly newspaper published In Lincoln therewithIIIdolo Ing the taskthothe question of establishing n Graded Com mon Hchool In district oftemberlt1tof County TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I I Notice is hereby Riven to nit persons that the heaver Creek vol untary act of its stockholdersllo5 been dis solved and Its otllcers are now IOlllllg up Its business All parties holding any claims or evidence of against said company will on or before the lth 11117of October iwr present their claims to Myers treasurer of said com puny nt KyHeaver A Das Company fly W M Myers Nee nud Trean No charge for examination or scientifical ly testing eye s to dalo tiivthods 1re scrlptlongtnssee ground border set Inc 1Ile rnlille or Ikfl toll utnuuttags work and material guaranteed lltlilllCtou charges moderate located In Central Telephone lIulhllng IlultunIIIt- K GraduatWuptometryst PUBLIC SALE I will sell nt imbllo auction at the lute John u form two tulles from Hustouvllle on llddteburgptkeon TlKflDAY HK1T ITIWJ7 the following personal proiwrty mist Pour three otu horatbrood uterus cull No I tenneuf henry work horses It I bull JlrIcul ewes J bucks inboutttncresof good corn to Iw counted tilt In the lleld Tlllrtlhe or l0 pens or hlmll IJ suhl by the acre Fnrtu- ilugdemeutsconststtngof I hinder I lt- aeriluty rake harrows orn- rlllherS horse wagon t set wIIgOII hnr lieu I runabout lot of Lemturn two or thro loads ot old tiny in dross on place to tx rented from dn of sale until Jan I Nome household and kitchen furni lure Terms made kuown on day of tale Hale begin at to C II VANAKHDALL HustonvllleKy Cnpt T D KnglUh An- clPUBLIC SALE I The farm below will lie offered tint In loll Nol and No s und then as n whole on Kill DAY KT MW nile blue grass tarot all miles West of lIultonlIIe lie from und Carpe ursHlntlon consisting 0P3acres or rlcb nil Inlandslue grass lIemp or tubnceo farm can bo equally dlvldrd- idvnntnge to to II to have a 1l00l1 ollllg on- tnch piece nlso necessary ouullllllll Tile harm lays OllllOlt In a Iwlr only all Ingle lit lines There lire thnt tuck oornl- I goal tobacco barn t shtblCs t teullnt mouse Itt elr Hold six Instil- prings with i streams running through WUOlBtnmJ HTlU O1tIENTEIt lluiouvlllo Ky POSTED whose appear strictly Druid huutln j nblnK or nu y kind of trts pallIng on our nud will prosecute t oillton to the full extent of the law Fred VonOruenlgnn Itelchenbach Hros KrvdVonAllman VonGruenlgnn Fred llnumnun George Holmes K Itelchenbncli llnllou A O Dunn JHohIl lln Chris Jacob at U Klmortr David Htephens ttnrylloilrunnm L Y Nunnelley Christina Grnyson JO Carpenter Jeiweln Hani Dameron Mri MJAshlock cCGover Fred Handorf Mrs M rendition J Nevln Carter enUreenJK Bruce Anderson Carr JUHpratt J K Cover W K Amo- nJvPeak II KMartin Mvsserruxton M G lloutt WI Martin huunuel Lindsay MKCordler Moses Ikrry Alex Cooper Mrs Mary Ivpples Mrs Mottle N tailsSirs Waiter nnuci Hite son Ilros Tlnsley Hpoonamore v Carter lien I Martin 11 Lawrence lleubon Curtis Notice of Election Itegular term Lincoln I county fiscal court hllill 2 IW7 lion ItlJ lIrnIIIIohlof thu- ICllcltowlt wnb be l J A IJudde- rlr W St anti U It Adllllli It was moved by Justice W M Dudderar nllll seconded hy Justice W D Wullln that Ihe following action lit tllten by this cowl lit Itl- IIhrunry Tbe grand Jury of Lincoln county ot the Llncoin circuit reeouuueudett u new courtcourt having to 1I0ue for IIncoln county ItforllllCtile snlishtctlon of this coun house now In use 1llnuII and land llluate for the public eoaivenlence aiud lire or the Ilecun s It is outer lllIUllllldjUIIIltd that the sold or thlrtIIt- hounlld dolllln bo suggested iii the lull mcesaty to bUild n court house IIlId ordered that nn election b It Is further beld nrtd u opened lit the several otlng- prtclllcU Ut Lincoln County on Tuesdn- uvemlwr 61W7 tile or Ule next general ut whIch theappruprlatlun abrv lueitested shall be submitted to legal voter of Lincoln county for their pprovnl or rtJectlontThe Hhtrllt county is dlrecte advertise said election fur at least thirty the IndllYI next before thedaY thereof In the only newslutle- iihllshedInLluolocounty and the out lire to holtof saidcen tbO between time auto hours that required to hold elections fur coun- uflicen lirethy w election shall be held andty conduct Di nil respects us required by tile lIelleml election law lntorce In this Hte lit the the Minie Is held Tho Clerk or the Lincoln county court cause to lit prlntrd on Ultlclsllllli U8llllll rlecllun line wordy IoU to to ami figures Are you In luvor of an appro prlntloll of f1oUI for building a new Court mid have tworuse for Llucoln County i the right of right same ono forIpllees htvoring tile to tau del votra word Yes ulld otto for voIgnalld trtpby thegWOOlpporlaAnd sold Clerk suitj other reo hllll icts us requlrrtl by Section 1lrtt of tile Kentucky Htutue number of legal In the event the lulll IIpprollrlutlonlt 1lncoln cOUlllY ordered thhat this court cause or Lincoln county to amount of to to preparudexlcUt ld unit lssued on printed torllli lell of Cite to signed hy the Coun of Lincoln County Court andty anterslgned by the Clerk of said Court lit Lincoln County Nn tloniil ilnmkoNUtnfurdKeutucky which titterbonds shall e tiiiiS0111 IJerClJnt11II1nbleelllllInnllul- Interest coupons shall IJe litHtnnforlllllld the Clerk of tached to bonds signed by tbo Lincoln OOllllty Court sold lauds siren bc luuttl In thrle series to wIll NeriesA- cinglten lhountnt dollars of- luildAlohds shall consist of twenty bonds for the um of and numbered one to twenty See hlS ten thousandBconsistingof of twenty bondsor blflll from tl totor time sun or nIl II UIII thourind Monies Cenlbrncingllfteen tblrty Ilonttelofialo ouch IUld nUlllbcrod from 0 to jOt Ixinds embraced In Horses A shall- rdeeuntbleatthe pleasure of the Courtbo thll date ofmaven yearsIII did tiller their issue und shell hI duo 101 payable- years front wild and the boads elltun dntel braced HerhJlU beretleentnblo 1tbe pllluro or the Court on nnl niter ten from dote of their issue and tutu IIn1 llIrl tlfteen year 0fronl the said and the bonlll eatbnto Merle G dntei be rlodlOIlUlble nt tliuplolllUIIJ of the Jourt on and utter fifteen years rota time dnte of theIr issue and duo payable twenty from the said date A copy attestago it oooIElt Clerk By E D Pennln gton D C Ladies Shoesti l r1We believe today as we have for yearsthat the Ultra at 350 and the Brockport at l300 are the best medium priced Ladiesr t 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 1 ULTRA I makes it HOLD ITS SHAPE BETTER than J any other Shoe Our stock is made up of Shiny Leather Dull Leather and Vici in BalsIt t Blucher arid Buttons In addition to these we carry a large stock of Ladies Cheaper Shoes at 150 2 and 250 H J McKOBBRTS 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 Stanford Kentucky IrFor sale by GEO II FARRI8 Stanford Ky i I BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL rmeJStrung teachers in nil departments High School Grammar diate Primary Music Cooking and Sowing Only three places left in dormitory and cottages but good homes in tho town aro open to students Terms Board and tuition 10500 Tuition alone 830 820 815 For f catalogue addrces l t MISS IDA M TAYLOR Principal lMount Vernon Ky y 4 v The Interior Journal Entered in the Post Ofice at Stanford cu tioondclau matte- rrUBWUED TOEHDAYH AND rJUDLYIl AT 5100 peR yeAR CASH iN When not 10 paid fiOO will be charge Jesse W SweenePBO- rBIITOB Iiivary Food and Salo Stall Lancaster Ky NOTICEAny Newland can nt Htanford He hn one ho will and take your order and will nll theaameonsbortnotlcuenT LUNSFORD NOTICE IISpringsaltunted6uillea Sont on It It of JcKInaepaatntlon onMlddleburg pikeand on IIwblcb hacks rnn treatment noWfcOpen for the of Hheumi tUrn Kidney Bladder nnd nil Hton ach and Bowel Troubles Hhcumntlsm n ipeolnlty nt reasonable rates For partlct Pan terms address KMBlMBPror 1t1o D nor S3 Hustonvllle 3D CARTERJ New Livery Depot Street l Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY IA S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owaley Building The FisherHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lnncnlhr street between Sprlngl and town 34 mile from Malt sulphur Well snme distance Brown Springs Hplendld tn ble and cool comfortable rooms per week INSURANCE rtre Lightning WlndRtorD1LUe and None the and- BEBTCompantealtepreaenwd Lowest P- oeble Rate Guarantee Paying Reo MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buyreadymadeclothingwhenthereh- e so little difference In o made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor have n handsome line ot Spring summer goods I can make Iron n low price business suit to Ihe finest dress suit Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none 110 RUPLKY Tbe Tailor Stanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY ttteCl Attention Given Commercial Men Good Rigs at Reasonable Rates Stock Pone In Connection Also for nil kinds of Harvesting Machinery Gasoline and Htenm Enginesi Threshing Machinery nnd Saw Mills It will pay you to see us before you buy Also commission salesmen for nil secondband machinery J Ca McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Otfloe Pbone 187 Home Phone 85 JL Beazley CO Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They willjexcliango Furniture for tzll Kinds of Stock Give Them s Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE82 good sheep Hcnry Anderson Stanford FOR SALE5G nice feeding cattle G J Bohon Hustonville Ky 3t Sow and three young pigs for sale Mrs W B McRoberts Stanford FOR SALETwo good milk cows and calves W F Shomnker Route 2 Stanford Ky Bourbon county farmers haVe sold this year 24871 Iambs which reallzcd the sum of 135000 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 Lnncas erIn a charge to the Henry county grand jury Judge R Frank Peak called for the indictment of tobacco barn- burners FOR SALE Six thoroughbred Poland China boars ready for service Good bone and subject to registery S J Embry Jr Stanford FOR SALE Splendid twoyearold black jack with white points Also tome handsome yearling and twoycar std trotting bred stock S M Owens McKinney Ky FOR SALEBy Hancock Taylor To 236 5th Street Louisville Ky 37i acres of land five miles from Stan ord near McKinney on Queen Crescent railroad for 10001 iWrite quick IC you want it Wilson Alexander of Lincoln county was in Somerset Tuesday morning with a bunch of about 30 feeding cattle which he will drive through They were purchased fron Mr Tate South of the- cltyJoumal J T Royalty of Mercer is the banner tobacco raiser of that section On three and onehalf acres of land he rals cd 5000 pounds of tobacco which he sold on the Louisville market at 1350 nn average of 19285 per acre No1 BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE Containing 251 acres of rich fertile land fine for hemp and tobacco Entire farm is in grass except 25 acrcs All in fine state of cultivation wIll row anything that can be grown on tine blue grass land A 4000 residence In fine repair Two good barns crib uggy house coal house ice house etc Anyone wanting a nice home H milcs rom town and right at Graded School- and churches will do well to call and see this before buying as it is one of the most convenient homes in the county and one of the best watered arms to be found any where cistei well branches and urther particulars call on or address 1- R Hughes Stanford Ky Sorrow In The Home Ma is in there cry In Sis is weepin too Aunties in there tryin Awful hard to boo Makes a feller downright sick He wants to run away All this fuss becoz I had My curls cut off today Kids they call me Curlie Never called me Joe Called me Sis and Girlie Coz my hair hung low Ma says she dont like it Thats a womans way Shcddin tears because I had My curls cut off today Whats a felier goin to do That plays at second base Cant pick grounders off his shoe With hair about his face Baseball fans will roast him In an awful way Schaefer dont wear curls an I Had mine cut off today Ma says she dont like it Says I look so strange Auntie says she never will Get used to the change Sis dont like it either But they want to wait Till they hear the kids outside Tell me I look great Lame Back This Is an ailment for which Chain berlaIns Pain Balm has proven especially valuable In almost every instance It affords prompt and permn- nent relief Mr Luke LaGrange of- Orango bitch says of ItlAfter usIng a plaster and other remedies for- threo weeks for a bad lame back I purchnsed a bottle of Chamberlain Pain Balm and two applications effected a cure For sale by all druggists 140 Lexington and return via Queen Crescent route from Junction City Ky Oct 818 good returning Oct 19tl account of Kentucky Trots For information ask Agents or write H King G P A Lexington Ky 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 nnd- adults Pennys Drug Store r THE L N will run an excursion Crom this place to Louisville on Sept- 29th Price round trip 175 Train- leaves at 615 A M LARGEST line of stoves and ranges- n which to select at Singletons l L Lost and Found Lost between 030 p u estcrdny and noon today a bilious attack It11 nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at Pcnnysl Drug Store a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills the guarntccd cure for biliousness malaria and jaundice c Society this question asks nnd for an answer begs Lets have it When a lady is a lady should a ladv cross her nether extremities Healthy kidneys filter the impurltlcs from the blood and unless they do this god health Is Impossible o leys Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and will positively cure all forms of kidney and bladder disease It strengthens tho whole system Pcnns Drug Store FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAl RARD COUNTY A line blue grass form for sale situated on lko scar Point Leavell and six south of Lancaster containing suo nun well located In and neighborhood boInK part of the John walker mid with it hl1nl omo Pete aevcn room resldunoe thereon recently completed with nit out buildings nml good new burn Wxft WII watered six never InllliiK springs und crtkrunning through TKUMS hi cush In Imnd balance ono two Ofl from dnyof sale bearing six per cunt Interest untl paid Person looking for such place 111lMO write K M and Isabella Walker living on farm At Point Lvnvell or 1V O Wnlk Stanford Ky IsulMlle P K Mnnd W O Walker Point hovel Ky FOR SALE I 2A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres ol rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to th 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 sprlngl and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upIO date place and will be sold at a bargain If sold within the next 60 days K cash bal anee to suit purchaser For further ini formation in regard to farm write- R L Hughes or James I White Stanfoi Ky HeartburnComes From the Stomac The heart is an organ that people arc not inclined to trifle with but a person may have fluttering of the heart heart burn and similar troubles and yet have a perfectly sound heart Nine time out of ten disorder comes from the stomach through dyspepsia constlpa lion or some other ailment So Instead of taking heart cures or other such things that contain tlmulaDU tad narcotic take a harmless but eJrcUyf emedr like Dr CaldweUs Syrup Pepsin wblcb will correct the dlgestlre disorder and In th war cure the supposed heart trouble Theremrds Is guaranteed to do this can obtain II of anr druggist In cent and tl bottles Aa tbere are about 150 doses to the latter the cure but a few cents DellviewlTennf ho sutler from heartburn etc She writes tbal or Ore years she suffered from Indigestion aD4 oostlpatlon from fainting spells nattering al tbo heart and heartburn She couldnt eat mNI or anything seasoned with mesa Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin nu recommended to her and afler few doses the Indigestion and const ton was relieved and the fainting spells and lean trouble soon disappeared She takes doso of the remedy after eating and now lCyel eels any effects no matter wbat she entt It rould be well for those who suffer In this way do u she did and be cured There Is no question that Dr Caldwells Sf- Iv Pepsin is the best tonlo laxative and dillet ant at the disposal of the American people Is trentie In action and pleasant In taste II liner gripes It Is the Ideal remedy for slOm acb liver and bowel complaints and owing Ita gentle action Is especially to be recommended to children women and others whore Dot stand the violence and griping of alta urgatlrcs nod cathartic tablets Those within to try DrdM FREE TEST wells Syrup PtDtln befort buy Kt can line a tree tonal bottle sent to their horns t1 iddrestlng the company This offer to prove thtt tnI remedy do as claim and It only open to than who have never taken It send for It t you hart ef stomach liver or towel disease GeeSe offolksUBUO VERDICT Luittvs So it OR CALOWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN Thll produt earl purity guarantee No 17 Wuhlo ton 0 Ci PEPSIN SYRUP CO 118 Caldwell Hldfl montlotllo III Central Kentucky ealEstateExthallg TITLE CO WaynebUrgJllkOnllrer outbuildings nice orchard lhll pro pur- ty s near churcD unit schoolhouo is wtJl- Iworth tho price I1P- S0ISO ncr s 8 miles fjouth of Ornb Or- chllrd on tht tins n two ator hlluse good burn orchard and Is well water ell about flu acre of this land Is bottom- land and productJlllno crops A bargain lit J4 In one nml two yenn No sus acres on lluck Creek near WilY- neshurar Iroom house latrn other out buIMlnl plentyof water Cash price Ir IAINo 4lM acre near level Green Rock cnlLio This furin has n now 3 tory framelouse would cot to build nov StUJ good hero crib Ac locaUsl nea church and school This Is n nice home nnd- clln he bought for 110 per acre cash IIIlIlndcr In months Noll acres adlolntiiK the above farms acres In cultivation Dwelling of rooms good luirn nml other oiltliiilllln nlco or- churd ono of the lest sprliiKHln the county 1rlce JIm half uasu Uilanvo nml I trfoodml acres adjoining farms New nm I acres In cultivation UtlancH la tlm bor Good white hickory and some IInu- cedar Has l storyloghusaund good orcb- urd well watered No 7M acres near Maretsburg Ky 10- 0IIcrosln cultivation good dwelling houle- bnrn mid necessary outbuildings lino wllttJr- nnd church and It It station Price JlO l4 cash balanco in one nnd two years No 14214 acres near Oonwny Ky nearly 011 of this farm Is bottom land fine for corn meadow very ooddwellinghouonew bllrn and other buildings on county road e IIIlIes tram Uerel College Cash price M ro5M3ncres on Drakes trolll Crab Orchard This fnrm adjoins the- plko nnd Is n part of the leo Evans farm Till Is fine land and in good condition all- nectJnarT buildings Thus Is n bargain at 100 per acre Nov1Tsn9Ecin1 Stanford Ky In build tngseto fbebougbt worth the ntoney For full particulars in regard to all the- nbaTe terms see or L R Hughes or- Jamlll I White Htanford Ky wiw + +tdwlly AX I likIJiJl OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLSI Formerly Whites till C Ifs been thoroughly renovated nod Is IIOW in tine condition to make the licit of 1lour Meal Ktc Custom grinding donu on r nch TtKHKAY and KKIDAY Will grind for the toll as formerly dive me n trial W IL HMITIt 1roprletor UrubOroiiurd Ky 50 Years An Agency50 Tho oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Hates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY FOR SALE I It not solei boforo hand I will onIION DAYOCT II lii7 count court day offer for sale In the court house door my residence slluntedI m IOKIIII Avenue lit Htauford Ky This It ono of the lest built frame bulldliiRs In the own containing rooms anti two col tans The house Is In splendid rvpalrrvct y covered mid elitvrii iii nt the door nod a large bnrn on tht lremhl runic made known on tiny of sole JHOWHUYJltI Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Matthew Woodton Indnir etc vs flule lover et al Notice of Hale Pursuant to n intent of the IIncoln circuit court reiulernl lit tho above tlo ctlon the undvrslgiuM Commissioner will WKUNKHDAY 8KIT M 1W etprenltAxandISxwllntpublloot- ry to the highest ititto hereinafter descrlUd Hand rent estate of thaw tracts of which are contiguous and which will btlol1 n s ont tract The sole will bo mode nt tho roildoi ouieon trnit No hereinafter ilusorlb 011 which O J row who owned the r 0 state lived prior to his death All of said land Is located In Lincoln rot ty Kentucky near the town of Turuo 110 The first tract h bounded and described Iallows IV glunliiK nt n utiikv In HAlllu1 lockers line thenca N lIt si polei tS Inks ton stole corner to Hooker thetic IS links thence N salt W olfjlillnki thence H 8 W w Miles to thl egiuningcontnlniug7acres till sum ng that tract by Weloll ommlmloner to U J Crow In Idncoineour- own tho olllce ot the clerk of the In heel Hook IS lunge IM Front tllla lowevvr Is rcsrrvml a tract contnlntng Oil ere one rood and late conveyed h1Mhi row to Kallle Policy as appear In the Ivrks otllw In lived look 21 page Ur- iThe second tract Is that convoyed to O J row b L H Uood ft al as clued In the ittlcoot lee aforesaid clerk in took IloltcoI It Is bounded nnd desert followlf items situated Oil the waters of laiiKtng Fork ruek and the Hlanford ttuitoitvllle turnpike at Its IntercUon flth the McKinney In tho middle of the first mentioned lIlt wltla said N lil Eli holes 1 hone S M ispoles t lei llOle J E e IlOlen links N rily alesThnks N Pis t1I kinks to thenco raving lntu palesinksrich his line H eu hla order thence with linn of uimu N 7lf W Stales to corner of Mrs locker thlIlt her lino ami line of Dr Mocker H W 11 ilea to a black walnut thence H Zl i K tI- poltaIII1I1ts thence H WH H It poll n M 10 links to nlildif ofcreekcornertolatterthence1I- nc H2u K iwlfs si ilng containing lop acres rood and- olesof land Third tract Is thus described Situate on lockers branch and beginning at n tone tn the rOAd nUll corner to Hninuel llocki hence his llmi N lIt 67 poles 9 links to n taku to land sold to O J Crow thence N d Poles to n stoke corner to IOhl to Prow In Mrs bodes line thence H4II r is links to conter of gntu In tront of John Grades lute thence with the rUlld tII E at ales to the beginning Inn tlllnln1 acres mass and 4ale of was conveyed to 0 J Crow rYjrWwIcli Commissioner on March ulltd thereto reeordcd III aeohTcVoY thellerkof the Llncolnlioun lour mt Sept tIThe three de trl1 tract nr ontiguous andortnonewell ncnmged l 1111 of land The liiiprovtiiien hereoneonslstof n otid rraldente wUh nutllulldlnltl of the uunl Ibnraltlr IHlrll Into tobacco barn and two good hn- allt houses It is situated nt n wlw one leadl- nlcKinneystntlon5ltities to distant wblcb- II the nearest one to Iort land llw tittles distant on tj P It II trom which It is seven voiles to Vat tilt one to Htanfonl live nilles IIl1tlultnlld- tho other to lIutony 1Ilhl mllIIItllnt All these roads lire Rood turnpike The relldenee Is only to allIo from the IlOotolllco- IIwl general store at Turnersvllle anti 0o to church anti school hous lIter In abundant quantities Is found II- Ioery field The sale will bo made on credits of nllll 12 months onehalf of the price to- be together with the Intei Pit anonflnld For the will be required bond with Rood per nalsecurlty fayablototheLoumalone nUll Ienring IIttrelt cellt annum from date of sale until- paid and n lien will lx retained on the to further secure the payment of bond CEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C On lit T D Kngllsh Auct NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATORS SALE I On WEDNEHDAYrKEPT IWff nt the- Inte reslilunco of O ilocciiiod nt lluatonvllluTurnersyllill Htnnronlllko InIJocoln county KYIIllOut- tho hour of oclock A M wIll offer tor oat publlo outcry to the highest and belt he following property vi- aoowp11g au shoots lint Sc0lvesl4 goal feet horsesaletwo reuncomnIIgnttyhire colttl1nrsoldmare and onebredout 0 n of the lest Dignity Hare colts well broke to rldo and drive a lot of chickens two- hone 1110111I buggy buckboard and douhlo harness 2 sets buggj hnrllol elder mill corn drill l culUyn- tors I lot of tools I cutting box mower Pitchforks t rlulllgplOWil settler dlgglr J IIILoru In corn III IIltlll trod Interest In v acres or blared tales hay n lot of lumber a lot of to- hllcco sticks bales wire stands lees household cud kitchen furniture HALKArtloles under SI- Ocnlh inyhnn bond unprovn uroty due four monthSnfterdnte bearing Interllt from date until paid at per cont- IlIr annum buroiiulred Iurcunnflrwlll asocome prepared to with the msot sale M WOOD80N- AdmlnlitrntorO JOrowt Kstato Jllpt T D English Auctioneer A t the same thus nnd I will olTIr for the torn of Mrs Jon 11 Slunln and Mrs M Woodson consisting of leg acres 87 acres In 1 flue set of Timothy and Glover and the remalner III acre In rich Blue Grass pas hoe been for fine throPureoln the farms alh Also XI acres knob land will be offe- rorialeed ltrml known on day 1lle M WOODSON Agent hft itChick Feed for Fall f and Winter at W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky vt ii I llhIP4IWlleItOO1AIoNA Q is for Bit thnt bores holes with case C is for Chisel nml Cuttlcry keen D is for Drills for both hand machine E is for Emery und fin edge tools too F is for Freezers you know what they d- oC is for Garden tools nil in n row H is for Hammer and harrow and hoc I is for Irons both lint and sad J is for Jacknivcs which make tho boys glad K is for Key and for carpenters kits L is for Lock into which the key fits a M is for Mower which keeps tho grass cut N is for Novelties nails netting and nuts WATCH THE NEXT ONE I Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky First National BankStanford Krt Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit rink In till then reorganised as tbe National Bank of Stanford in 188J and again reorganised as the First National Dull of Htanford ID 1111 having bad practically an unlottr distance for 41 year It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing business promptly and well than unb- efore In Its long honorable carter Icceunts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car poratloot Solicited Harris 1v oticeFatmershave for Lincoln county rent estate If you have farm for tale write to ua ACCOUNTS NOTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Reference Somerset Address Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky h L d For Sale or Rent I The Newton Hotel property n now two story brick emlirnclnii is rooms nml halls and ono sloro room 23x75 feet Located on tho corner of Mnln A Unnvlllo Avenue In- UONtonIIIt Ky hits cistern Ico house and otliProutbulldlngs Address NEWTON ItHOH Homorsot Ky Good Business for Sale and general stock of marMy property once and vivo furtherInformntlouMiirkslmry Ky Sale for Taxes I OnTHUUHDAY OUT will soil to highest bidder the fulaowlnK tracts of land In Nos 01 and Bi tbo sale to take before tho court houso door In- Htnllford Lincoln county Ky between nnd if M oclock 10 acres Klsley Hall heirs J 75 Harnmn Hhepby 3 41ucresFddluilarrls 175 I 76 Johnsonyn acres 8 UJ K40 acres Nannie Youngt 75 43 notes 15 al acres W A MoHargue 183tor acres III VlIarrllI40 nores it W 4 acres James Hkldmore i 23 Sacred Mrs Illchardson TlllollIlot W M MUUlHY District Collector Officers t J I HOOKER Press IT lUmiit V Pre 11 MOROBEKTI W II OllrJDirectors If Bild Danville I T Stanford J I Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnnsr M D Elmore Stanford H Bauehman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Bubble J IL Ilaaghman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford OK Tate Stanford We buyers a AND Any Bank in thu L 8t N TIME THBLEN- oSlHOUtllIIlP K No ffl Hoiltll 1200 P No 21 North t SitrN- o22Nortl21T f x1JOS 8 RICE gent TRIBBIE PENCE I III Undertakers andIEmbalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs firattings Picture Frames Shades Laco Curtains and Nan IIthl J TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 183it = C 1 New Voile SKirts f Voiles bid fare to be more popular than vcrV9 r eau how you a dozen dit fleet styles Every one now We imvd Silk Drop Skirts at 55 to 510- t STANFORD KY SKIT 20 190 SEE our window for big reduction sale of box papcrs IiOc and 25c boxes now IBc to make room for now stock Pennys Drug Store t PERSONALS v LOGAn STEPIIENSON la attending th f State Fair- Miss SALLIE TAYLOR WOODS was In Louisville Tuesday JUDGE J W ALCORN went up to th mountains Tuosday liON J M ALVEUSON attended tho State Pair at Louisville Mu W L WOOD and wife of Dan vlllc were hero yosterday Miss LILUB MARTIN of Somerset Is with Mrs W H Brady D IL GOYEN is back from a 1CAPT his family in Lexington l Miss LONNIE GOODE of Mnrjsvillc Tenn is visitingrelatives hero R II COFFBY spent several days In Louisville attending the big fair Pnco COOK is back from a visit to relatives at Somerset and Monticello MESSRS T AND S J EMIIR spent Tuesday at the Lexington races EVERETT STONE of Lexington came 4 over Wednesday to visit the homo folks AND MRS W 0 WATTS oC 1Mn were in Louisville this week MISS DOLUB MCRODERTB Is with Miss Belle Denny in the Shelby City section MRS W S DENIIAM is back fron Boyle where the has been visiting relatives Mn W F FLANIGAN of Lebanon Junction has been visiting friends at Rowland Mn AND MRS WILL STONE and Mar shall Stone of this office aro at the State fair 11 BRIGHT HAYS Is back from Kan sas City satisfied that Stanford Is the best town In the world MR J M REYNOLDS tho merchant prince of Bee Lick was In the crowd oC democrats here yesterday MR AND MRS J F CiurpELL oC Knoxville are visiting the family oC W F Dlihon and others MRS J W BAUGIIMAN and little son Henry returned Tuesday from a v visit to relatives at Uwcnsboro JOHN B Nsyius of the L N with headquarters at Lebanon Junction spent several days with his mother here II EADS spent 1MR AND MRS JAMES several weeks visiting In Wayne coun ty and of course attended the Montlcel lo fair MAYOR BINGIIAM has appointed Dr J W Guest son of Col J W Guest of Crab Orchard assistant health old cer of Louisville MnslJosEni MURPHY and son Mor ris arrived from McKinney Texas Wednesday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs T J MRS P W LOGAN of Corbin arrayed Wednesday to visit her mother Mrs Hocker She is accompanied by her son Mr Fordvco Logan MR W A EPPERSON has moved back to Moreland from Indianapolis and has bought A Slaughters property lie says ho Is delighted to get back to old Lincoln 1iSE AT1R R L HunnLE and Messrs U M Eubanks and W IL Shanks went to tho State Fair Tuesday Tho for mer was selected some time ago as judge of jack stock i THOMAS MCBEATH of Boyle county but a former Pulasklan was hero last who has beenf week to see his sister critically ill at Faubush lie is one of Boyles most substantial farmers Somerset Journal GOODE who was shot In Now some two weeks ago by an who claimed that ho did It ac is at home and is able to walk about His injuries aro not as severe as were qt first reported MRS J C RINEHART and three boys are visiting her mother Mrs M E Fish at Crab Orchard Maurice GIv ens leaves Saturday for New Haven Conn where ho will take up tho work In tho Junior year of tho Sheffield Sci entific School of vYale London Senti nel Miss CLARAICOOPER left yesterday go with tho Louisville Herald party ltoits delightful trip to Atlantic City City Now York City tho Jamestown Exposition and other points She will bo gono about two weeks y Miss Cooper won the trip In the popu larity contest recently held by the above paper BARNES WEAKEN was down from Hustonvillo yesterday MESSRS J E FARRIS and Graham Price of Danville were hero yesterday J L SMITH of Corbin is spending a few days with old friends hero and at RowlandMiss STRAUB is back from tho cities where she bought lots of milli nery goods CHARLES F MONTGOMERY county attorney of Casey heard tho speaking hero yesterdayIMiss LULA SPRINKLES Is with her sister Mrs F L Thompson in Goshen section theI Miss ANNIE AlliS of Port Ark arrived yesterday to visit MIlSI Sara Baughman MR J R MOUNT and handsome daughter Miss Joan Mount of Lan caster were hero yesterday DR W M DOORES the gallant oldI exConfederate came down trom CrabI Orchard yesterday to hear tho speaking MESSRS MARK GOINS and M P Rout of the Marksbury section of Gar rnrd came over to tho democratic rallyI yesterday TUB following persons attended the State fair this week Mr and Mrs SIH Aldridgo Miss Mattie Mencfee MI S Baughman J El and R T Bruce E P and James Woods Miss Alice Yantis W 0 Walker M F North and daughter W M Matheny J K Baughman LOCALS Do not forget tho rink PIANO sccondhandcd for sale This office Roots for rent Mrs L C Carter Stanford SOUTH BEND watches for solo at Muellers HEINZS new preserves and apple butter at W H Hlgglns1 MRS ANNA E MILLER has been ap pointed postmaster at MU Vernon BOONE WALLS will sell their livery outfit at auction Saturday Sept 28 FOR SALEA square Havelton Bros piano Good one Mrs Mary I Burch NEW Columbia seed wheat for sate Extra good Hustonville Roller Mills Hustonvillo JUST large line of stoves and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton FOR reWallaces property on Danville street apply to L R Hughes Stanford Ky WANTED piano mandolin and guitar pupils bcglning the third week in Sep ember Miss Margaret Lewis Tim Graded school football team and die town eleven will meet on the gridi ron this afternoon A good game maybe expected FILE YOUR CLAIMS Tho lost day for filing claims against Lincoln county In lulling turnpike claims will be Sept 21 George B Cooper clerk TUB Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Titlo Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices JOHN E WRIGHT Danville mon ument man has secured tho contract to placo a 2000 monument over the grave of Mrs Martha Pepples in tho Goshen cemetery NEXT time you buy clothes think farther than tho price and the way they look when you try them on Question Ishow will they look in two or three months heart Schaffner Marx clothes keep color and shape cot If mixed stuff docs not Well show you tho right kind Cummins Mc laryKILLING AT KINGSVILLEAt Kings villo yesterday Harve Watts shot and killed Hal VanDovccr agent for tho Q C railroad Watts was drinking and a few words passed between them over tho opening of a suit case when Watts fired VanDevcer lived about 15 minutes Watts is a son of Mr W 0 Watts of Maywood and had recently como up from his homo in Tennessee Watts went to the reunion grounds andI surrendered to Constable Brown Dep uty Sheriff Hester and others brought him to jail hero last night LL NEW SKIRTS We now have on display our new Full skirts including all the new materials and styles Skhtmnkinrhns almost reached the perfection stage with the makers we buy of Come anti look these over SEVERANCE SON STANFORD 1JACK THE DEMOCRATIC RALLY Good Crowd Abundance of Oratory Burgoo For All and a Good Time Generally Yesterday was a big day for the dc mocracy of Lincoln county and while the crowd was hardly as large as was expected it was variously estimated at 600 to 700 Perfect order prevailed and everybody had a good time Promptly at 12 oclock Jailer Herri rang the courthouse bell which was an invitation for all to come to the two long tables to eat of tho good thing thereon They came 400 or 500 strong and for nearly an hour good old demo cratic burgoo was enjoyed Jesse C Lynn with Charley Armstrong chic cook made the burgoo which was fine Jess no doubt wanting to heat up the boys a little put in lots of pepper and the largo tanks of ice water were Cree quently visited There was an abundance for all and if anybody went away hungry twas his own fault After dinner the court house bell rang again and at the request of the speak ere it was announced that the courthouse would be used Judges lInger IInd Hendrick preferring not to speak in the open air A good portion of the crowd could not get in but all who could crowd in did so lion Harvey Helm introduced Judgi S W Hager in a few well chosen words It was intended that Col T P Hill should have this honor but he was detained at home on account of sick ness There was rousing applause when Judge linger arose to speak lie was a little hoarse on the start but his voice soon came back to him and for more than an hour he held his audience spellbound He made no effort at oratory but told in a straightforward way how- the democrats had managed affairs at Frankfort since they took hold of the reins of government The republican party suffered severely by the compar icon he made in the way the States finances and other affairs had been handled Ills was a convincing speech and wo aro sorry that space forbids an extended mention of it Judge M C Saufley introduced Judge Hendrick in a short but most appropriate talk Ho spoke of his ability as a lawyer his standing as a gentleman and his ability as an orator Judge Hendrick started out by saying that he had no fault to find with are publican and if there were those of that faith in his audience they need have no fear of their feelings being hurt He gave many reasons why white men should vote the democratic ticket and especially poor men or those of even moderate means Judge Hendrick would have the country ruled by brotherly love and pictured tho horrors of war He spoke at length on the trusts and their evils lie showed where 287 trusts have been formed since the republican came into power lie scored Roosevelt fore and aft spoke on States rights referred to tho depredations of the tobacco men in his community and many other questions of the hour He made a splendid appeal to the democrats to stand by their ticket nominat ed In November last and pledged a good report from his section of tho State Judge Hendrick is a captivating speaker and splendid attention was accorded him Both of tho speakers declared une quivocally for temperance and ridiculed Nominee Willson on his anomalous position on the question Business prevents my being present at speaking Sorry C A Hardin Thus read a telegram received from Harrodsburg yesterday- Mr Archie R Dunlap tho accom dished reporter for tho CourierJour nal is accompanying Judges Hager and Hendrick on their speaking tour and is making excellent reports of their speeches for that paper Ho is aver stile young man and an exceedingly lover one- Arrange our route so that wo can get a meal or so at tho Weather ord lotel Hustonville I remember some good old ham wo got there a year or sore and I want some more of it said edge S W Hager to tho member of tho campaign committee who is routing his speaking tour LOST Sunday afternoon between Mr John Brights on Danville Avenue and Jr P P Nunnelleys a green Moroc handbag containing purso with a 10 till and some change and other things in it Liberal reward Mrs L M joodnlght RECLEANED seed rye J II Baug man Co SPECTACLES eyeglasses etc at W H Muellers LOT of pure apple vinegar for sale Henry Anderson FOR SALJloo bushels of rye J F Gayer Turnersville 4t TilE L N will rell roundtrip tickets to Cincinnati Sunday at 175 TUB L N will sell roundtrip tickets to the State Fair Sept lq to 20 inclusive at 330 MRS TATEM the aged moteer of S J Tatem died at Crab Orchard yesterday afternoon Burial this nfternoo Further mention next issue WORK tonight inseveral by Crab Orchard Lodge of Odd Fellow Visiting and all Odd Fellows cordially invited Geo B Lyne noble grand WE unintentionally ommittcd men tionof the death of Uncle Scott Buckner one of the best and polltcst darkeys who has lived in Stanford In years MEN WANTED Fifty white men for shop work in Freeport III Must havo good habits Steady work Send two cent stamp for particulars to W II Hall No 90 Winneshcik Street Free port III- Tim ladies of the Christian church of Crab Orchard will give an ice cream supper at the residence of Mr Spears Fisher this evening Go and get reo freshed and at the same time help a good cause DIED ON TRAtNL Gratz traveling salesman out of Louisville died of hear trouble on No 21 near here last night and the remains Were turned over to Undertaker McClary who will prepay them for burial and ship them to his late home at Knoxvlllo at noon today WILL WAIT FOR COOLER WEATHE The management of the rink has de cided that it is best to hold up with the rink until the weather gets cooler So after tonight the doors will close until old Sol gets less liberal with his hot rays Tonights rink may be the last for some time so if you want to skate you had better be on hand The doors will be at 730 and skatint will continue several hours Rink Club Additional Local on Second Page Public Sale of Livery Outfit Having decided we will olTcr our entire livery outtltforstile to the high en bliiiler on HATXWDAY MBIT IUff cnniltttng of 12 good work horsey 10 good bngglergood rummer wngollli 3twoh r wngonsj Ie sets tingle sets double hnrneu3feti wagon harness 7 rugl and dusters one cuttinIaoxmention Terns made known on o tale Will also rent barn until JnnllIUi BOONS h WAUH Htanford Ky Joseph 3244 Vol Ii lure bred and tins been accepted for rep Utrylnthu tlrit volume of The Ainerlcui Tamworth Hwlne Record Association Hook iiiulor the ruleiof the nitoclntlon and will buXoiRHni above Hire Ktlwiml No SK lain Alexandra No SOT Hire of Hire MapI olin Bruce No awdamof BlroCiinniUiu Nellie nil Mire of dam Kentucky DOlNo ITKI dan of dam Golden nn s It It well known that the Tamworth Hwlne Ii Iho highest twlno on the market Ills sir weight 115 nt an old told tor bls Oran Alexnndrn weight i urn lold fUI Ills weIght 31 nt months II rouses well with every breed I will Innd hIm aliI cash JOHSOOOK HUtnford Ky Public Sale of Blur IGrass FarmStock Implements Etc On account of Illhealth I have dccldw to tell my farm on- THUIlfiDAYOOT 17 confuting of acres of land situated or the Homertet pike three miles from Htan ford half mile from a new school honse and one mile from ft union church The dwell Ing It nicely located on an elevated site wlthn vlewot two plkes and railroad and ontalnt 8 roomi with halls etc cittern lit kitchen door and a neverfalling well Good house coal house and hen oust A splendid concrete cellar with Ice house cold storage and smoke house corn liuHl One of the best barns In the county utter piped through It threw floors base tuent two large sheds nine stalls room for more than 00 of large cattle and Ilk besides horses and The land Iikeep state of cultivation with- eekspondanudspringsrunnlug through rwentyIlve acres rest In rimotliyiindlllue Grass in fact one of the nost In Lincoln county 11111 farm will bo sold In one tract or In two racts with SW acres and Improvements In me and 87 acres unimproved land In act nlil mnmi mulesA ot lbhand1year two brood mares ciittle and hogs rifling lmi tenunt houlchold and kitchen lont forget date of uleIIUUHUAYOOTIT There Is a pair of stock scales as good an new on the place 1ottesslcn Jun liwt J E LYNN Htnnford Ky Panama SKirts in Black and Colors in attractive style 5150 to 10 Plaid Skirtst One of the novelties of the season is the New Soft Col ored Plaids The new style of skirts makes up pretty in the plaids South IIuepot New Things in The JO I Cent Department t a Let us show you our Fall line of Holiday Goods consisting of Chinn Glass Vases Picture Frames Fancy Cups and Saucers PlatesMBowls Etc We feel that we can give you bet ter values for lOc than ever before Visit us and we can show you better than we can tell youjTRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shops Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKYj FALLSHOES We are now showing the most complete line of Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes ever shown in this market call and Id us Show You They are all right and will please you W E Perkins Cr 11Kentucky The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See EaT PENCE STANFORD KY The Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky t 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 J C LEWIS Prin London Ky i f i The Interior Journal 1t Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford aI- condcZau matter I TOBUSHBD TUBHUAYS AND THIDA AT 500 PER YEAR CASH When not to paid f100 will be charge Jesse W SweeneraOF- BIITOB Livery Food and Salo Stall Lancaster K- yNOTICEs Any ono nwdlng a Union Jack nnd nre with T D stretcher can leave their order Newland Bt Htnnford He lint one he will show you nnd take your order and will 1m the same on ibortnotlceBTLUN8KOIID jfNOTICEIts Spring situated 8 miles pout Olympian on the O H and on McKinney t Sllddlcburg pike on which hacks rnn dally except I now open for the treatment of Ilheumi tutu Liver Kidney Hladder and nil Hton noh and Dowel Troubles Uheumntitm n ipeclaltynt ronsonablo rates For partlci Ian and address F M B1MH Pror- ILFnDox82 llustonvllle Ky B ID CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY- i A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owdey Building The FisherHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancater street between I3pringand town mile tram Salt Huluhur Well isnllle dlitancti from Brown Springs 81 ble and cool comfortable room Hates rr per week INSURANCE nit Lightning WlndStorD1Llle and AeeWent None the And Represented Lowest Poi- RO1UneteOodranteedlLoss Paying Keo JtflAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there ts so little difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by on experienced tailor have n Handsome line ot Hprlng Hummer goods I can make from a low price business suit to the finettdress suit Also Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The cowpony I rep resent Is second to none U 0 RUFLKY The Tnllor Stanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Bpeolal Attention Given Commercial Men Good HlR at Reasonable Rate Stock Pens In Connection Also for all kind of Harvesting Machinery Oniollne and Hteam Knplnei Threshing Machinery and Saw l will ou to tee us before buy Alto- commission salesmen for all secondhand machinery J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone 187 Home Phone S3 JL Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur- nIture MattingaRugs They r will ezchange Furniture for JltKinda of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFOHD KENTUCKY J 11 FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALES good sheep Henry Anderson Stanford FOR SALE66 nice feeding cnttle G J Bohon Hustonvillc Ky 3t Sow and three young pigs for sale Mrs W B McRoberts Stanford FOR SALETwo good milk cows and 21SBourbon county farmers haVe sold this year 24871 lambs which realized the sum of 135000 Few nice Western horses for snle 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 Lancns terIn a charge to the Henry county grand jury Judge R Frank Peak called for the indictment of tobacco barn- burners FOR SALESix thoroughbred Poland China boars ready for service Good bone and subject to registery S J Embry Jr Stanford FOR SALE Splendid twoyearold black jack with white points Also tome handsome yearling and twoyei old trotting bred stock S M Owens McKinney Ky FOR SALEBy Hancock Taylor To 236 5th Street Louisville K 37i acres of land five miles from Stanford near McKinney on Queen Crescent railroad for 10001 Write quick if you want it Wilson Alexander of Lincoln county was in Somerset Tuesday morning with a bunch of about 30 feeding cattle whIch be will drive through They were purchased fron Mr Tate South of the- cityJournal J T Royalty of Mercer is the banner tobacco raiser of that section On three and onehalf acres of land he rals ed 5000 pounds of tobacco which he sold on the Louisville market at 1350 an average of 19285 per acre No1 BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE Containing 231 acres of rich fertile land fine for hemp and tobacco Entire farm is in grass except 25 acre All in fine state of cultivation will Jrrow anything that can be grown on flne blue grass land A 1000 residence in fine repair Two good barns crib uggy house coal house ice house ete Anyone wanting a nice home 16 miles from town and right at Graded School and churches will do well to call and see this before buying as it is one of the most convenient homes in the county and one of the best watered arms to be found any where cisten branches and ponds For further particulars call on or address LR Hughes Stanford Ky Sorrow In The Home Ma is in there cryin Sis is weepin too Aunties in there tryin Awful hard to boo Makes a feller downright sick He wants to run away All this fuss becoz I had My curls cut off today Kids they call me Curlie Never called me Joe Called me Sis and Girlie Coz my hair hung low Ma says she dont like it Thats a womans way Sheddm tears because I had My curls cut off today Whats a feller goin to do That plays at second base Cant pick grounders off his shoe With hair about his face Baseball fans will roast him In an awful way Schaefer dont wear curls an I Had mine cut off today Ma says she dont like it Says I look so strange Auntie says she never will Get used to the change Sis dont like it either But they want to wait Till they hear the kids outside Tell me I look great Lame Back This Is an ailment for which Chamberlains Pain Balm has proven especially valuable In almost every instance it affords prompt and permanent relief Mr Luke LaGrange of- Orango Mirth says of Ito After- using a plaster and other remedies for- threo weeks for a bad lame back purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and two applications effected a cure For sale by all druggists 140 Lexington alreturn via Queen Crescent route from Junction City Ky Oct 818 good returning Oct 19th account of Kentucky Trots For information ask Agents or write H King G P A Lexington Ky 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 wo recommend It as a safe remedy for children and- adults Pennys Drug Store THE L N will run an excursion- from this place to Louisville on Sept- 29tb Price round trip 175 Train- leaves at 615 A H P LARGEST line of stoves and ranges from which to select at Singletons Lost and Found Lost between 030 P M esterda 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 Ne Life Pills tho guarnteed cure for bll lousneas malaria and Jaundice 20 Society this question asks and for an answer begs Lets have it When a lady is a lady should cross lady her nether extremities Healthy kidneys illtcr the impurities from tho blood and unless they do this good health is impossible Po toys Kidney Cure makes sound kid nets and will positively cure all forms of kidney and bladder disease It strengthens tho wholo system Penns Drug Store FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A line blue grass farm for tale situated on now pike near Point leavcll mid six IIIlIell south of Ijincntter containing aw IIcrel well located In good nelghlornood belllg part of the John Walker tract with n hllnll omo now twostory sevenroom roldollo luT oii recently completed with nil Ollt JUlldtnuinnd good new lout WxM WulI entered six never falling tprlngt and creet unnlng through TguMsy cash In hand Iwilance one 1111 two year of tale bearing six Ilor untiltent Interest paid Tenons looking fur such place 1len10 vrlto K Mnnd Italwlle Walker living anti at Polut Leaven or W Wnlklr tanfonlKy Italwlle lK Mnnd W Wlllkr olnt Leaven Ky FOR SALE A Jfine Lincoln county farm containing 2JO acres of rich Blue Grass land This and is hoe hemp and tobacco land made ast year 85 bushels of corn to tms 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 aud tear town and school This is an upto late place and will be sold at a bargain if old within the next 60 days ft cash balance to suit purchaser For further information in regard to farm write R Hughes or James I White Sta- nfoHeartburn Ky Comes From the Stomach The heart Is an organ that people arc not inclined to trifle with but a nay have fluttering of the heart heartburn and similar troubles and yet have a perfectly sound heart Nine timet out of ten disorder comes from the tomath through dyspepsia const tlon or some ve ailment So instead of taking heart cures or other such thins that contain tlmulaDU and narcotic tAke a harmless but erect- Illcorrectthe Caldwell Syrup sad whltb dlgeitlrB disorder that war cure the supposed heart trouble The remedJ guaranteed to do this and you can obtal of any druggist in cent and it bottles A here are about doses to the latter the curt beta few cents DeUTlelTeIlDwho luCcr from heartburn etc She writes that for Ore jean site suffered from indigestion anel onstlpatlon from fainting spells fluttering the hears and heartburn she couldnt eat meal or anything seasoned with meat Dr Caldwell jrup PepIn win recommended to her and after a few doses the Indigestion and const tlon was relined and the fslnUnir spell anel hears trouble soon disappeared Sho taken dose of the remedy after eating and now DeTer feell any ill erect no matter what she ester II would be well for those who surer Inthis warp as she did nod be cured There Is no question that Dr CaMwells Srr up Pepsin Is the beet tonlo laxative and dillet aut at the disposal of the American people Is sense tn action and pleasant In taste noyer gripe It Is the ideal remedy for telm- ach liter and bowel complaints and owing lIta gentle action is especially to be recommended to children women others who can no t stand the violence and griping of aa1ta reatlTes and cathartic tablets Those wlthlng to try OrCal FREE TEST wells Syrup Peoiin belors vrg un hue a tree sample bottle teat to ttefr home t hireling the company Thli ore Is to prove that t e remedY will do tt we claim and It only open to lo have never taken It Send lor It If you have an ymotomi of stomach leer or bowel disuse GeeSe ret most effective laxative for children women and lolkl guaranteed permanent home cure TH UBLIO VERDICT Luative so Good and I CALOWEUS SYRUP PEPSIN TIIII product earl purity guarantee No 17 Wunlnzton 0 0 PEPSIN SYRUP CO 118 Caldwell Bldg Montlotllo III Central Kentucky eaIEstateFxchafigidt No tWncres on the WayneshurK pike- nllIr Ulghlllnd 6 room house tarn and oth r outbuildings nice orchard Thlsprupoi t U near and schoolhouse Is wet worth the price Isa- fosoOacre2udiesMouth of Crab Or irdontbu State road has n twotory house good barn orchard and Is well water 11 nl out 100 acres of old land U oottolll- Innd and produces tine crops A bargain at Il 34 cash In one and two year 8118 acres on tuck Creek near WilY Iroom house barn other out INo plenty of water Oust price 12 04101 acres near ravel Ireen Hock clutle county Ky Tills fitrm has n nw to tor frame would cost to build nov Slu good barn crib AC located nellr- ellUreh und school Tide ii n nice home am can IM bought for 10 per acre K east re hider In mouths No 6113 acre udlolnlnit the above farm 100 eras In cultlvntion Ilwelllm of 4 roollll- good burn nnd olhur outbuildings nice or churd one of till lest springs In coup t Irlce IW half citeu tmliinco i and renn No cI acres adjoining farms Nos and 6 acres In cultivation bulunco in tlm ber Good white ouk hickory and some fine cldar line 3itory log huu und good orch nrd well watered Cash price 131- 4o7s5uacres near Maretsburg Kyl00- acre s In cultivation good dwulllng houa- barn and necessary outbuildings line water IInd school church and It It station Irlce FJXJi K cash balance In one and two years o211 acres near Conway Ky nenrly all jf title farm la bottom land Sine for corn- nnd meadow very good dwelling houlenew- bllrn nnd other building on county road d mile trout heron College Cash price M No 0 oincrei on Drakes Creek frolll Crab Orchard This farm adJoins the plkll and ii a part of the Oeo Evans farm- ThlIS line land and in good condition nil- necellar building This Is a bargain at 100 wr acre No 10W acres near Btnnford Ky In con nice buildingaetdbeFor full particulars In regard to all tbe- abore farm nee or H Hughes or Jallle I White Stanford Ky i if OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whites Still Has been thoroughly renovated and U IIOW In fine condition to make tho beat of lour Menl Ktc Uuitom grinding donu on Deh TUKHUAY nnd Ylll urlnd fllr- the toll ns formerly Otte W H SMITH IroprlolorI Urab Orchard Kr 50 Years An Agency50I The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but ftrat class Companies Repre seated Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man I Phone 2 1 STANFORD KY FOR SALE on If not told privately before hand I will MONDAY OCT iL county court day Oder for male In front 0 till court house door my rcdilonce nuntN on Avenue In HtniUunl Ky This one of the beat built frame buildings In theoI town containing f room nnd two cood cel lau The hOIl plllIllII repair recent ly covered and jmlntiil A goal cistern rlllht ut the door and a large barn on the prvml Terms mndo known on day of sale J OWHLEI il- lCommissioners Sale Lincoln Olnull Cour- tSlntthewWoolonasndntreto1s IInll lover ut III Notice of Sale Pursuant to n judgment of the IIncoll Irault court above ktyl ctlon the undersigned CommlMlonor on WUUNKHUAY HK1T 8 1W7 het ecnILAXandltxsellatpublicot firr to the highest RIIlI lest bidder the r stud heivttmlter described Said real i tnte of three tract of which are contiguous and which will lnhold- alone tract The sole will be made at the nuhhJnIO house on tract No t hereinafter deorilw- ell which O J Crow who owned the n- estate lived prior to lilt tlvntli Allot wild land If located In Lincoln cou Kentucky near the town of Turnei t1Ie The Urn tract U bounded and deiorlfwtl a tallow lleglunlliK nt n stake In MIIIU1 hookers line thence N II K SI pules IS link to n stony corner to Mocker threes N K pole IS links thence N tvg W Kjle lluki thence HBW W poles to the bt glnningcontaining 1 ncrri t ho utme t met conveyed by ltei- nanudesonrrto03 Crow In tho otllco of the clerk of the Ilncniagpcoup court In Deed look 13 petge IM From thlt however li reserved a tract containing icro one rood and poles conveyed hyallhl lrow to Sallie halley oa appears In thtl clerk oaks In heed nook page 1iThe second tract It that conveyed to O J Crow by I U flood ft al as ap perm In tbll jtllco of the aforesaid clerk In deed hook It It lauded and iletcrllwU 11 IlRgell llelng illunted on the waters of limiting Fork Creek and the Stanford tuktonvllle turnpike at Itl Interiectli wIth the McKluney tun pike beginning In he middle of the first mentioned tltll hence with ald pike N A7614tole I pole 1111111ro 1F0nolcs17links NZI E Inka link to IlOle7 JH Murphy thence Paring center 01 pike with hit line N 62 W W pole atone hit corner tbIINOlOnUllulnc- with hit line H iIK Ylvoles mIlnkto1 order thence with line Mine N W Opales to corner of Mr locker then her line anti line of Ir Rocker H 6S W pole to n black walnut thence H sfM K 11 Inks theiiaeSl47 W H W p lei W 10 pol link to nldille of creek corner to Carter thence bl Inc H Si K poles Jl links to tilt IRln ting containing UV acre rood polelof land Third trust is thus de crtbodi Situate on branch n Ionelocker enilbegtnnlugat In the road nnd Hocker hence his llm N III K 57 poles I link Intake a to land told to O J Crow thence N d proles to abake corner tit IIId old to Vow and In Mr Uoode line thence Set W HI 10111 link to center of Kateln front s into thence with the r011d belllllnlnlcolltnlnlnlfThla property was March v1 Iommlstloner on nnd the aI thereto was retonbd In beotllceof tlieflrrkof the MncolnOoun burl on PtlbsThe three foregoing detcrlUtl tract nre one wellnrjranRedni acnteil bt1rof land The IlIIprOllIIlnll- thenon conlst residence hues with outbulldlngn 0 rood usual charade hllrll large bart and two good te nllt house It fi situated lit a whre nod turnpikes eonverqe one while Klnlly tatloll 2 utllee lItallt the nearest railroad station one to lalld live mllet dUtnnt on tj t C It It even mllet to liar- lileoneInletanfoed live tithes dlitnnt in the other to live miles 1Ilnnt All theme roiulf are good turnpike The ildenco It only m from the IKI4tolllce- tlnd more at Turnertvllli and III tepee proximity to church and school houi rater In quantities It found II- Iever field Tho tale will ho rondo on crpdltt of 0 ami month onehalf of the punliati price to with Inter exldroonallld For the Ulred to gIvaband with good IM- r10nlllcUrltTIIIUnhle to Oomnittilone at the rate of 6 por- cent nnnum from date of tale until- pRld and per a lien will be retained on thu IlIlId- lohl to further secure the lwtynentof bond GEO B SAUFLEY II C L C C JnptT U English Auct NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATORSSALE On WEmnHII HEITYs 1111 nt the- Inte residence of O J Crow dcen eil iii Hustonvlllo t inford plkelnlllleolll county Kyjjlxiu of lifer totthe hour 810 lit outcry to the hlghest and heal hldde the following personal property via- losowpjugs and Jersey IInt- tlhortborlllllllk cow Scolvee14 good fled- Cllttlet work and sheet horses cOllslaUng of two brood comblnec hor8elIml Otto Unto colt8year old bretl Ioxlngtoll mare and oneout 0 n of the lest Dignity Dare colts wuli broke to ride nnd drive n lot of chickens two- hone anti douhlo sot orwagon harness I sets buggy hllrlle elder tutu corn drill t oultlvit 4 lot of cutting tax 3 mowersdItOhforksl riding plow seeder dlgglr Illterest n to acre or conic lIeld and 14 Interest III I acres of tobacco IHI bales hay a lot of lumber n lot of to- bllcco sticks bales wire stands bee houehold rued kitchen furniture KKMH OK HALEArticles under 11- 0cDh In hand over 110 bond approved urety due four months after date bearing Inteltt from date until paid nt d per cent- ptr annum will berequlred 1urobiuer will plaso come prepared to com Illy with the- terma of sale M WOODHON Administrator JOrow Estate apt T D English Auctioneer- t the same Unto nnd I will offer for- anle the farm of Mrs Joe HMonln sad Mrs M YVoodion consisting of acres 87 acres In a IInll set of Timothy and Clover and the remnlnder acres in rich Blue Iras pas has been noted for fine tbroPStur8 and oln John F and James ash Aloaoresknoblamlwlllbeofler ed for sate Term mod IlIle M WOODSON Agent 7eChick Feed for Fall and Winter at W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky 1 t aidwaFromwA is for Axo to chop down big trees B is for Bite that bores holes with case C is for Chisel and Cuttlery keen D is for Drills for both hand E is for Emery and fin edge tools toosF is for Freezers yon know what they d- oC is for Garden tools all in n row H is for Hammer and Marrow and hoe j is for Irons both unnt timid Hsnd J is for Jacknivcs which make the boys glad jptT is for Key and for carpenters kits L is for Lock into which the key fits M is for Mower which keeps tho grass cutiTV is for Novelties nails netting anti nuts WATCH THE NEXT ONE Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky First National BankStanford Aye Capital Stock 50000t Thli Institution was originally e t blUhei3 ae the Deposit Bank of in 1191 then reorganlted ae the National Dank of Stanford In lIn and again reorsanUed at the First National Baik of Stanford to lilt having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 11 year It Is bottler supplied now with faellltlee for transact inr promptly and well than ever before to Its long honorable career Iccounti of Individuals piduclarlis sad Car poratloDi Solicited Officers Dlriotors Baughman Notice Farmers Wo buyers county you have farm sale write to us ACCOUNTS AND NOTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Any Bank in Somcrft- AIMrcM Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset For Sale or Rent I The Newton Hotel property new two story brick embracing H room and hall and one storeroom x16 feet Located 01 tbo corner of Slain A Dnnvlllo Avenue In HuntonvlIK has cistern Ice house otheroutbulldlnRI Address NEWTON llUOHHomer et Ky Good Business for Sale naval stock of mere MYJlrollCrtyanl1 self lit once and give possession Jan Ut or sooner For further wrUeor couru to see tile Mnrkebury- kySale for Taxes I On THUItHOA Y OCT will sell to the highest balder Lhe following trusts of land In Nos III nnd Bi a sate to take before tho courthouse door Htnnford Lincoln county Ky between nnd i PM oclock 100 acres Eldey flail heirs 1475 323- ire acres Hhepby acres Eddie Harris 5 JJ- a acres Johnson Barr acre It Hkldmore a0i- s Nannle Young 4 IN acre W A Mollnrtfue SiS- acres 30 Harris 18 to acres WHnrrl 186 acres lances lllohardson Bkldmore 2 t y Knmhnt tl house and lot In Kings Tlllo 113 lot belonging to lae McOormlck W M MURPHY District Collector t 11 HOOKER Preel BT papa v Free 11 McROBKKTfl Chr W U vTKARENAeit Oho r Reid Daatllle T Harris Stanford J I Rocker Stanford K L Tanner MeKlnnej D Klmore Stanford 811 Btanford T P Stanford Jae Kobinsoa Hubble J IL liaughman Stanford r1 II Pettns Btanforil 0 B Tate Stanforda have for Lincoln real estate If n for Reference e Ky ft Harman 0 J acres f I L N Time TABLE No South ll PM No ni South12i P toNoJ08 8 RICE AgontI t TRIBBIE PENCE I Undertakers andIEmbalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets DruggeU Rugs battings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Walt Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge the Undertaking Department oflTRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133ye