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THE INTERIOR JOURNALt 11I VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1907 NO 59 Magnitude of Americas Manufactures In the magnitude and the variety oC Its manufactures the United States Is far ahead ot any other country in the world and its lead is rapidly lengther lug Hero aro the principal items In the aggregate of the United State manufactures In 1007 Capital 15000000000 Employes 0000000 persons Wages received by them 3600000 v 000Cost of materials used 10000000 000 Value of products 17000000000 Value of exports 700000000 The value of the products of mar ufacturea has doublet since 1893 The values of exports of manufac tures has doubled since 1893 Tho exports of manufactures were per cent of the aggregate exports of all sorts of domestic merchandise In 1006 as compared with 21 per cent oC the aggregate of 1894 Tho capital Invested In manufacture Is almost as great as that represented in railroads- In the value of the property represented and In the number of persons employed manufactures rank sccon among the great Industries of the United States agriculture being first hut In each item manufactures is rat idly gaining on agriculture In value of products manufactures Is far ahead of agriculturo And this lead ia constantly increasing The capital invested in manufuc tures represents an eighth of the valu of property of all sorts in the Unite States real and personal These figures are calculated to glvo every American manufacturer a Arid in his guild Ho belongs to one of tho and one of the most importan 1largest in the world And this callini Is growing faster and its range is ex tending further than that of any othe occupationsI a powerfu appeal for organization Intelligent cooperation among the manufacturer J for the promotion of their own Interest and for the advancement and th prog tees of their country an appeal tha should be heeded IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Z T Chrisman exsheriff of Jcssa mine who was accidentally shot two weeks ago died in a Lexington hos pltalJames Harris years old while operating a saw mill on his farm in Mad Ison county was instantly killed by a flying piece of timber At Booncsboro tho Daughters or the American Revolution havo erected a monument to Daniel Boone and his follow pioneers which will be unvellci on October with appropriate core monies Mr Thomas Purncll brotherinlaw of Mr J G Allen President of thi Farmers Bank of Mlllcrsburg died Friday at that place of cancer nftci about six months illness and his death was expected Mr Purnell was a splendid gentleman and his death Is regretted by all who knew him as IK was a kind and generoushearted man I Ho leaves a wife and other relatives to mourn his loss and much sympathy is felt for her and them lie was ar uncle of Mr Sanford M Allen whc married Miss Bessie Woods of this place A Humane Appeal humane citizen of Richmond Ind U D Williams 100 West Main IAsays I appeal to all person weak lungs to tako Dr lIngs t t Now Discovery the only remedy than has helped mo andjully comes up tc the proprietors recommendation It saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as u cough and cold cure the 4 world over Cures asthma bronchitis whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and phthisic stops hcmorrages upICOc and 81 Trial bottle freo t G T Reynolds who recently declined the Democratic nomination for Representative of Bracken county announced to the chairman of that party that he would accept notwithstanding his continued i illhealth One of tho worst features of kidney trouble Is that It is an Insidious disease and before the victim realizes his danger he may havo a fatal malady Take Foleys Kidney Cure at the first sign of trouble as It corrects irreg ularities and prevents Brights dig and diabetes Pennys Drug 1oaso KINGSVILLE having a Misswill address E M 11 f Creighton Kingsville Ky t I t1 The hotel building at Grayson Springs i were destroyed by fire t Likes Stanford and Wants A History of the County STANFORD Sept 20I have oCten times read in these columns some vlry Interesting readable articles and have wondered why so many people herewith so many interesting facts staring them In the face have not before now given some of these facts to tho read- Ing public There are people hero who are eminently capable of writing upon historical subjects scientific question indeed I hardly know of any subject but what you can find some one here who can enlighten the public There arc many very intellectual aged men here who know about the early settlement of this country and know it too in a way that you will find fact to find it in history This you remember was settled long before any authentic account was intelligently given to the public The history of Lincoln county alone would if condensed furnish mat ter enough for a good sized book The history of one of the churches of Lln coin county would furnish anothi theme There have emanated Crom here some noted men in tho law Many from tho various professions that great stream known as Green River takes Its start right near this place The history of the noted streams would omit another theme Thu history of the turnpikes would furnish still another theme The Improvement in agricu turc and a host of others that aleogetl er would make a readable book nnd which would remunerate anybody that would take tho time to get it up Dy the way would it not be a good plan to have a history of Lincoln county 7 Who will start it 7 There promises to be a full crop of candidates for tho various county offices County Committeemen Incorporate in the articles of agreement something of the sort and we shall have a history of Lincoln county At any rate let us havo a history of Lincoln county By the way heard a man who take several papers say a few days agojtha he would rather take the INTEHIOI JOURNAL than any paper that comes his office Ho is a business man and does not live In Stanford I am much pleased with Stanford and think I shall take up my residence here Yours etc U U SEE G POLITICAL Teddys soninlaw Congrcsama Longworth may run for mayor or Court Justice John Franklin Fort was nominated for Governor on the first ballot by the New Jersey Republican convention at Trenton Senator Bob Taylor and former Senator E W Carmack shook hands at the Columbia Tenn fair and were accorded a great ovation as they burie tho political hatchet Tom L Johnson who has serve three terms as Mayor of Cleveland 0 has been nominated for tho fourth time Ills republican opponent is Congressman T E Burton Christian county Republicans In mas convention nominated John eland for Representative and instructed him to rote for William 0 Bradley for Unite States Senator as long ns his name was before the Legislature- A E Willson Republican candidat for Governor had a narrow escape at Danville The horses attached to the carriage in which he had been riding ran away just as he stepped out of tho vehicle Prof T F Pointer of Perry irllle was Injured slightly Attack of Diarrhoea Curd ty One Dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy I was so weak from an attack of llarrhooa that I could scarcely attend to my duties when I took a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It cured mo en irely and I had been taking other nedlcino for nine days without relief I heartily recommend this remedy ai being tho best to my knowledge for towel complaints R G Stewart of the firm of Stewart S Dro Green vllle Ala For sale by all druggists Tho profits of the Standard Oil Com pony of Indianain 1906 were 10516 082 and in 1903 3753410 This is the corporation which is capitalized at 1000000 and which was fined 29210 000 by Judge Landis in These figures wore brought out inNow York In a hearing in the action by tho Federal Government against tho Standard 011 Company of New Jersey Had Tetter for Thirty Years- I have suffered with totter for thirty years and havo tried almost countless remedies with little If any relief Three boxes Chamberlains Salve cured me It was a torture It breaks out a little sometimes but nothing to what it used to doD H Beach Midland City Ala Chamberlains Salvo is for sale by all druggists NEWS NOTES It Is estimated that 25000 shoe workers are on strike in St Louis The Cleveland 0 preachers propose to form a union to force increase or salariesThe Westinghouse Electric Company is laying off about 1000 employes at Its plant in Pittsburg Tw o menwere killed and three probably fatally injured by an explosion or gas in a mine at WllkesDarre Pa One hundred persona were Injured when the grand stand at the Hegln Pa fair collapsed during a storm Light frosts fell indifferent parts oC Ncbrasba Friday night the temperature falling as low nil io degrees above zeroInternal revenue collections for August 1907 show an increase of 387231 over the collections for tho same month In 1900 The wife and son of Tax Clerk Charles E Letten of New Orleans have turned over 0000 of Lcttcn stealings to the police The bodies of President William McKinley and Mrs McKinley have been transferred to the mausoleum In Monument lull in Canton 0 A dispatch to a St Petersburg paper from Vladivostok states that defcns works costing 19000000 are to be un dcrtaken in that vicinity The aged parents of Leon Czolgos tho assassin of President McKinley have applied to the charity departmcn of the city of Cleveland 0 for at s stance White miners at Atlln Wash turned back a party of 77 Japanese who attempted to secure work in the mine there Tho Japanese returned to Vancouver Director North of the Census Bu reau has been advised by census enu merators in Oklahoma that the final fig ures for the new State show a total population of 1414042 The American Tobacco Company was convicted in Circuit Court at New Cas of confederating for the purpose or controlling the price of tobacco and was fined 2700 by the jury The army authorities at Berlin have decided to erect 48 test stations ror wireless telegraphy in Prussia with the intention of eventually utilizing the system solely for military purposes- A number of members of Congrcs will probably be asked by the Unite States Forest service to take a trip through the proposed reserves in the Appalachain and White mountains Warrants for the arrest of 14 person involved in the Pennsylvania State Capitol scandal were issued by two Harrisburg Aldermen on Informatio furnished by Attorney General Todd Twentytwo out of 58 men who have been on trial by courtmartial at Rigi Russia charged with participation in the revolt in the Baltic provinces In 1905 have been condemned to death At Vicksburg Miss Chancellor Hicks declared the Gulf Compres Company an illegal trust The company was given one year to quit the State The Chancellor declined to appoint a receiver for tho concern The large barn of Judge Elijah C Duff of Grapevine Brcathitt county was blown up by dynamite and destroy ed A few days ago Duff killed a man named Gambill who t is alleged made an attack on Dulls home At New Castle Pa George J Jones a wealthy real estate owner and prominent citizen was sentenced to 30 days in the Allegheny county pent tcntiary Ho pleaded guilty to a charge of leasing a building for gem bling purposes John D Rockefeller owned moro that onefourth interest in the old Standard Oil Trust according to the testimony ir New York of W H Tilford in the federal proceeding against the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey Mr Til ford testified that Mr Rockefeller owned 256854 shares out of a total of 992 500 shares of Standard Oil Trust certif icates in 1892 and that later an assign ment was made transferring to Mr Rockefeller his proportionate interest In the stocks of the subsidiary compan- Ies It was also developed that the Standard Oil Company is operating in Texas under the name of the Coraicnna lefining Company The Texas anti rust laws forbid the Standard from do- Ing business within the borders of that Hate IhamberlainRemedy One of the Best on the Market For many years Chamberlains lough Remedy has constantly gained In favor and popularity until it Is now ono of the 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 and can always bo depended upon It Is pleasant and safe to take nd is undoubtedly the best in the market for tho purposes for which It is intended Sold by all druggists HUSTONVILLE Pay your school tax at once as the penalty goes on Oct 1st Mrs E R Powell and Miss Lora Do hon are visiting relatives at Decatur and Mt Vernon III Union prayer meeting will be held In the Christian church Wednesday eve ping at 7 oclock Leader Rev Lands There will be no services at the Prc byterian church Sunday as the past r will be absent on a mission of Prcsb teryMrs Mary Dall and daughter Mles Elizabeth Dall of Lawton Okla are guests of their relative Mrs T G Tup manIko Steele of Wichita Kas forme ly a merchant of this place is visiting his brother Wallace Steele near Pot ors Casey county The melon fete given by J D Swop and and D C Allen to their friend was an evening of joy unconfined and will long be a happy memory to the participants- A modern eight room brick house and 150 acres of high class hemp and tobacco land beautifully situated on pike in the West End of the count for sale by Williams Co 2t Reports from President J F Allot of the Danville Scottsville and Mays ville railroad ore to the effect that all the money necessary to build this road has been secured and and that dirt will begin to fly ere the snow flies The residence of T G Tupman was discovered to be on fire a few days ogo and the screams of Mrs Tupman soon brought a number of men to the seen and a bucket brigade was formed ex tinguishing the flames which had burn cd through to the rafters Miss Sarah Dittman of Lebanoi Junction has been the guest of Misses Annie Lee and Ophelia Moberly Mrs J A Walden is visiting her daughter Mrs Harrison at Springboro 0 W G Routen is suffering from a badly spraityfd shoulder J B Williams am wife spent last week with relatives In Louisville and took in the State fair The splendid grain and hay ware house of Mrs N McCarty at Mt Salem was burned at 11 A it Saturday together with or 700 bales of hay There was no insurance on either the barn or contents The loss on hay ant barn is about 600 each The hay be longed to David Elliott The fire cross ed the road and destroyed the stable and cribs near Matt Englemans store which was saved only after a nard fight Mr Englemans goods wer slightly damaged The recital given by Miss Evans or the High School faculty at the horn of Mr Chas Wheeler Thursday nigh was a decided success A large nude ence attended and liberally applauded her well selected program She is an accomplished musician both instrument al and vocal and as an elocutionist Is pleasing and thoroughly capable Quite a number are interested in her work and her classes are filling up rapidly The board of education is to be con gratulated on securing one so gifted Miss Evans At 8 oclock on Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Melle Hopper the Al Frisco Society of the Christian church is going to glve a Booth Fete and Musicale for the benefit of Interior decorations for the Hustonville Chris Linn church No general admission but get your dollars changed into dimes como prepared to spend them liberally with the pretty venders who will hone youCafo Noir Sandwiches Neapolitan Cream Cakes and Fancy Candies but no Lemon The famous Juniata will be on the grounds Call at her tent and have settled lifes perplexing problems Prof J W Ireland of Stanford will sing a number of solos luring the evening PRO BONO PUDLICO sHow To Avoid Appendicitis Most victims I of appendicitis rhose who are habitually constipated Jrlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Writing a piece for the paper Once in a is play But its no fun to get one done With each recurring day The Touoh That Heal- ss the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salvo We the happiest combinationof A mi ca flowers and healing balsams ever propounded No matter how old tho sore or ulcer is this Salve will euro It For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles its an absolute cure Guar nteed by Pennys Drug Store 25c More than 4500 cases of cholera have the infected provinces of RussHomecoming week begun at Nashville yesterday Crossett Shoes I Are good company and make short miles Every mile will seem only a block if your feet are in Crossett Shoes Patent ColtBox CalfGun metal narrow toes wide toesarch instep Weve got emI Just a appreciate we ha- veSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY the Eincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORS- J B Oiraley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W 0 Walker Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster WuH Cummins Preachereville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky Ts S Is VE IComfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bath room with 815 worth of coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms The ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat 1 Try It Only 25 Cents STANFORD DRUG CO Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Varnishes School Supplies Best 1 1Poor Finish isRENULACy W B McRoberts to all Twelve New Webber Wagons with gear and one 1horse Webber wagon complete Cheap for caih 8eo IUffe it Jones I desiring or areas Way nil burg Ky DRUGGIST ilSTANFORD I 1titiNti1PEESON- ALsupervision given Prescriptions compounded NOTICEI TwoHorse K- yAttention Please temporary Eliwrt Mail Us a Check for jt What is Due this Office w THE INTERIOR JOURNAL JVOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1907 h059e IMagnitude of Americas Manufactures In the magnitude and the variety oC ita manufactures tho United States Is far ahead of any other country in the world and its lead Is rapidly lengthening Hero are tho principal items In tho aggregate of tho United State manufactures in 1907 Capital 15000000000 Employes 0000000 personsI Wages received by them 3600000 v 000Cost of materials used 10000000 000 Value of products 17000000000 Value of exports 700000000 Tho value of the products of man ufacturcs has doubled since 1693 The values of exports of manufac tures has doubled since 1898 Tho exports of manufactures were 41 per cent of the aggregate export of nip sorts of domestic merchandise In 1000 as compared with 21 per cent of the aggregate of 1894 The capital invested in manufacture is almost as great as that rcpresente in railroads- In tho value of tho property repre 1vented and in tho number of person manufactures rank soon among the great industries of tho United States agriculture being first But in each item manufactures is rap Idly gaining on agriculture- In value of products manufactures is far ahead of agriculture And this lead is constantly increasing Tho capital invested in manufuc tures represents an eighth of the value i a of property of all sorts in tho United States real and personal These figures are calculated to give every American manufacturer a pridt r in his guild Ho belongs to ono of thi largest and one of the most Important callings in the world And this calling Is growing faster and Its range is ox tending further than that of any other of the worlds occupations These figures also make a powerfu appeal for organization and intelligent cooperation among the manufacturer t for tho promotion of their own Interest and for the advancement and thS prog ress of their country an appeal that should be heeded IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Z I1 Chrisman cxsherid of Jcssa mine who was accidentally shot two weeks ago died in a Lexington hos pitaLJames Harris 00 years old while operating a saw mill on his farm in Mad Ison county was instantly killed by a flying piece of timber At Boonesboro tho Daughters ol tho American Revolution have erected a monument to Daniel Boone and his fellow pioneers which will be unveiled on October G with appropriate cere monies Mr Thomas Iurnell brother in law of Mr J G Allen President of the Farmers Dank of Millersburg died Friday at that place of cancer after about six months illness and his death was expected Mr Purnell was a splendid gentleman and his death is re gretted by all who know him as he was a kind and generoushearted man- Ho leaves a wife and other relatives to mourn his loss and much sympathy Is felt for her and them Ho was an uncle of Mr Sanford M Allen who married Miss Bessie Woods of this place A Humane Appeal i A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 100 West Main St says I appeal to all persons with weak lungs to tako Dr Kings tlNow Discovery tho only remedy that has helped me andjully comes up to the proprietors recommendation It saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as u cough and cold cure tho world over Cures asthma bronchi tis whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and phthisic stops hemorrages If of tho lungs and builds them up Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store COo and 81 Trial bottle free G T Reynolds who recently declined tho Democratic nomination for Repre sentative of Bracken county announced to tho chairman of that party that he would accept notwithstanding his con I tined lll health Ono of tho worst features of kidney trouble Is that It Is an Insidious dls ease and before the victim realizes his danger he may have a fatal malady Take Foleys Kidney Cure at the first sign of trouble as It corrects Irreg ularities and prevents Brights dls i ease and diabetes Pennys Drug- Store iKINGSVILLE r uprightforII Creighton Kmgaville Ky Tho hotel building at Grayson Springs were destroyed by fire pjLJ Likes Stanford and Wants A History of the County STANFORD Sept 20I have ofte times read In these columns some very Interesting readable articles and hay wondered why so many people herewith so many interesting facts starini them in tho face have not before now given some of these facts to tho read ing public There are people hero who arc eminently capable of writing upon historical subjects scientific questions indeed I hardly know of any subject but what you can find some one her who can enlighten the public There are many very intellectual aged men here who know about tho early settle meat of this country and know it too In n way that you will find fact to find it in history This you remember wall settled long before any authentic ac count was intelligently given to the public The history of Lincoln count alone would if condensed furnish mat ter enough for a good sized book Thi history of ono of tho churches of Lin coin county would furnish anothc theme There have emanated fron hero some noted men In tho law Many from tho various professions that grca stream known as Green River takes Its start right near this place The histo ry of tho noted streams would furnish another theme The history of thi turnpikes would furnish still another theme Tho Improvement in agriculture and a host of others that altogether would make a readable book one which would remunerate anybody that would take the time to got it up Bj the way would it not be a good plan tc have a history of Lincoln county 7 Whc will start it 7 There promises to be a full crop ol candidates for the various county offi ces County Committeemen incorpor ate In the articles of agreement something of tho sort and we shall hayo a history of Lincoln county At any rate let us have a history of Lincoln county By the way heard a man who takes several papers say a few days ngojt hot he would rather take the INTERIOR JOURNAL than any paper that comes to his office Ho Is a business man and does not live in Stanford I am much pleased with Stanford and think I shall take up my residence here Yours etc U U SEE G POLITICAL Teddys son inlaw Congressman Longworth may run for mayor of Court Justice John Frank tin Fort was nominated for Governor on the first ballot by tho New Jersey Republican convention at Trenton Senator Bob Taylor and former Sen ator E W Carmack shook hands at the Columbia Tenn fair and were ac corded a great ovation as they burled the political hatchet Tom L Johnson who has served three terms as Mayor of Cleveland 0 has been nominated for the fourth time His republican opponent is Congress man T E Burton Christian county Republicans in mass convention nominated John Feland for Representative and instructed him to vote for William 0 Bradley for United States Senator as long as his name was before tho Legislature- A E Willson Republican candidate for Governor had a narrow escape at Danvillo The horses attached to the carriage in which he had been riding ran away just as he stepped out of the perrYIIvllleAttack of Diarrhoea Curd by One Dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar rhooa Remedy I was so weak from an attack of iarrhoea that I could scarcely attend to my duties when I took a doso of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It cured mo en Irely and I had been taking other medicine for nine days without relief I heartily recommend this remedy as being tho best to my knowledge for bowel complaints It O Stewart of ho firm ot Stewart d Bro Green lllo Ala For sale by all druggists Tho profits of tho Standard Oil Company of Indlanain 1906 were 10516 082 and in 1903 8753410 This is the orporation which is capitalized at 1000000 and which was fined 29240 000 by Judge Landis in Chicago These figures were brought York In a hearing in the action by the Federal Government against tho Standard 011 Company of New Jersey- S S Had Tetter for Thirty Years- I have suffered with totter for thirty oars and have tried almost countless remedies with little If any relief Three boxes Chamberlains Salve curd me It was a torture It breaks out a little sometimes but nothing to what it used to doD H Beach Midland City Ala Chamberlains Is for sale by all druggists lSalvo NEWS NOTES It is estimated that 25000 shoe work ers are on strike in St Louis Tho Cleveland 0 preachers propos to form a union to force Increase oC salaries The Westinghouse Electric Compan is laying off about 1000 employes at Its plant in PitUburg Tw o menwere killed and three prob ably fatally injured by an explosion of gas in a mine at WilkcsBarrc Pa One hundred persons were injure when the grand stand at the Hegins Pa fair collapsed during a storm Light frosts fell indifferent parts or Nebrasba Friday night the tempera tune falling as low tu 10 degrees abov zeroInternal revenue collections for Au gust 1907 show an increase of 38723 over the collections for the same month In 1900 Tho wife and son of Tax Clerk Charles E Letten of New Orleans have turned over 6000 of Lctteni stealings to tho police The bodies of President William McKinley and Mrs McKinley have beer transferred to the mausoleum in Mon ument Hill in Canton 0 A dispatch to a St Petersburg paper from Vladivostok states that defcnst works costing 19000000 are to be un dertaken in that vicinity The aged parents of Leon Czolgosz the assassin of President McKinley have applied to the charity department of the city of Cleveland 0 for as miners at Atiin Wash turned back a party of 77 Japanese who at tempted to secure work in the mines there Tho Japanese returned to Van couverDirector North of the Census Bu reau has been advised by census enu merators in Oklahoma that the final fig ures for the new State show a total population of 1414012 The American Tobacco Company was convicted in Circuit Court at New Cas of confederating for the purpose of controlling tho price of tobacco and was fined 2700 by the jury The army authorities at Berlin have decided to erect 48 test stations for wireless telegraphy In Prussia with the Intention of eventually utilizing the sys tem solely for military purposes- A number of members of Congress will probably be asked by the United States Forest service to take n trip through tho proposed reserves in the Appalachaln and White mountains Warrants for the arrest of 14 persons involved in the Pennsylvania State Capitol scandal were issued by two Harrisburg Aldermen on Information furnished by Attorney General Todd Twentytwo out of 68 men who have been on trial by courtmartial at Riga Russia charged with participation in the revolt in the Baltic provinces in 1905 have been condemned to death At Vicksburg Miss Chancellor Hicks declared tho Gulf Compress Company on illegal trust The com pany was given ono year to quit the State Tho Chancellor declined to ap point a receiver for tho concern Tho large barn of Judge Elijah C Duff of Grapevine Breathitt county was blown up by dynamite and destroyed A few days ago Duff killed a man named Gambill who t is alleged made an attack on Duffs home At New Castle Pa George J Jones a wealthy real estate owner and prominent citizen was sentenced to 30 days in the Allegheny county penitentiary He pleaded guilty to a charge of leasing a building for gam bring purposes- John D Rockefeller owned more than mefourth Interest In the old Standard Trust according to tho testimony in New York of W H Tilford in the fed eral proceeding against tho Standard Oil Company of New Jersey Mr Til Cord testified that Mr Rockefeller owned 256854 shares out of a total of 992 500 shares of Standard Oil Trust certlf atcs In 1892 and that later an assignment was made transferring to Mr Rockefeller his proportionate Interest In the stocks of tho subsidiary compan les It was also developed that the Standard Oil Company is operating in Texas under the name of the Corsicana Refining Company The Texas antitrust laws forbid tho Standard from do- Ing business within the borders of that State Chamberlains ughRemedy One 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 the most staplo medicines in use nnd has an enormous sale It is Intended especially for acute throat and lung diseases such as coughs colds and croup andcanalways be depended upon It is pleasant and safe to take and Is undoubtedly tho best in the mar kct for the purposes for which it is In indcd Sold by all druggists HUSTONVILLE Pay your school tax at once as the penalty goes on Oct 1st Mrs E R Powell and Miss Lora Bo hon are visiting relatives at Decatur and Mt Vernon III Union prayer meeting will bo held In the Christian church Wednesday eve ning at 7 oclock Leader Rev Lander There will bo no services at the Pres byterian church Sunday as the pastor will bo absent on a mission of Presby teryMrs Mary Ball and daughter Miss Elizabeth Ball of Lawton Okla are guests of their relative Mrs T G Tup manIke Steele of Wichita Kas former ly a merchant of this place is visiting his brother Wallace Steele near Pow are Casey county The melon fete given by J D Swope and and D C Allen to their friends was an evening of joy unconfined and will long be a happy memory to the participants- A modern eight room brick house and 150 acres of high class hemp and tobacco land beautifully situated on pike in the West End of the county for sale by Williams Co 2t Reports from President J F Allen of the Danville Scottsville and Mays vllle railroad are to the effect that all the money necessary to build this road has been secured and and that dirt will begin to fly ere the snow flies The residence of I G Tupman was discovered to be on sire a few days ago and the screams of Mrs Tupman soon brought a number of men to the scene and a bucket brigade was formed extinguishing the flames which had burn ed through to the rafters Miss Sarah Dittman of Lebanon Junction has been the guest of Misses Annie Leo and Ophelia Mobcrly Mrs J A Walden is visiting her daughter Mrs Harrison at Springboro 0 W G Routen is suffering from a badly sprained shoulder J B Williams and wife spent last week with relatives in Louisville and took in the State fair The splendid grain and hay warehouse of Mrs N McCarty at Mt Salem was burned at 11 A M Saturday together with 600 or 700 bales of hay There was no Insurance on either the barn or contents The loss on hay and barn is about 600 each The hay belonged to David Elliott The fire cross ed the road and destroyed the stables and cribs near Matt Englcmans store which was saved only after a hard fight Mr Englemans goods were slightly damaged The recital given by Miss Evans of the High School faculty at the home of Mr Chas Wheeler Thursday night was a decided success A large audi ence attended and liberally applauded her well selected program She is an accomplished musician both instrumental and vocal and as an elocutionist Is pleasing and thoroughly capable Quite a number are interested In her work and her classes are filling up rapidly The board of education is to be con gratulated on securing one so gifted as Miss Evans At 8 oclock on Wednesday evening at tho home of Miss Melle Hopper the AI Frisco Society of the Christian church Is going to glve a Booth Fete and Musicale for the benefit of interior decorations for the Hustonville Chris than church No general admission but get your dollars changed into dimes como prepared to spend them liberally with the pretty venders who will hand you Cafe Noir Sandwiches Neapolitan Cream Cakes and Fancy Candies but 10 Lemon The famous Juniata will be on the grounds Call at her tent and have settled lifes perplexing problems Prof J W Ireland of Stanford will sing a number of solos luring the evening PRO BONO PODLICO How To Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis rthose who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures hronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno axatlvo Fruit Syrup does not nauso nte or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Writing a piece for the paper Once in a is play But its no fun to get ono done With each recurring day The Touch That Heals Is the touchof Bucklens Arnica Salvo We the happiest comblnatlonjof Aral co flowers and healing balsams ever impounded No matter how old the- sore or ulcer Is this Salvo will cure It For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles its an absolute cure Guar nteed by Pennys Drug Store 25c More than 4500 cases of cholera have the infected provinces otRussHomecoming week begun at Nashville yesterday Crossett Shoes I Are good company and make short miles Every mile will seem only a block if your feet are in Crossett Shoes Patent Colt Box CalfGun metal narrow toes wide toesarch instep Weve got em Just a little of your time and well appre ciate the chance to show you what we ha- veSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Che 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 DIRECTORS J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walker TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wnyneaburg Ky Stttirte V m IComfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bathroom with 815 worthof coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms Tho ideal heat for a residence Now is tho time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here S H ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckyTi- nner and Plumber Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat Try It Only 25 Cents w STANFORD DRUG CO Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Varnishes School Supplies Best Foor Finish isRENULAC W B MoRoberts J Isupervision given to all Prescriptions compounded NOTICEI Twelve Now Webber Two Horio Wagons with gear and one 1borie Webber wagon complete cheap for cash flee trine e Jonas McKlnney K- yAttention Please I Any honest person desiring temporary or permanent employment should call on El hers i at Ky P O ode area Wayno burg Ky R F D No3 DRUGG1S1 ISTANFORD tj PERSONAL Mail Us a Check for x What is Due this sc Officesk The Interior Journal 1 K c WALTON t f k rJOHN J MOSER II of count r tnt jecTTothe action of the Democratic party IMBRUCE FIia cnndldnte for Joller of Llncotn county i to the action of the licmocrllUo patty f fJAMES C HAYS Is a candldote for of count 1I subject party to the nctlon of the Democratic i D C ALLEN Aisessor of Lincoln counn 1IIDemocriu Democratic TicketjI For U S SenatorJ C W Beck 11hamFor GovernorS W Hager For Attorney General John K I HendrIcksFor Superintendent of Schools M 0 Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J IV Newman For Lieutenant GovernorrSouth TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks SENATOR FORAKERS paper started in Cambridge 0 in June to boost him self has suspended He ought to have known that a newspaper established simply to advocate his interests in his fight against the administration would not succeed This is no day for organs and especially personal organs People take newspapers because they like their various features they do not take them because of their advocacy of some special policy and still less because they back up some particular politician in a fight He would be helped by the support of newspapers that had 4 established a hold upon the community HON AUGUSTUS E WILLSON repub lican nominee for governor is a versa tile gentleman but there are things even he can not do For instance he was billed to speak both at Liberty and Winchester yesterday afternoon but we will wager a years subscription to the I J that he did not fill both engagements We suspect that the fact is the i republicans wanted a big crowd for Dr Bruner at Liberty and they just hung some of Mr Willsons pictures around- to help swell the crowd Are we wrong OKLAHOMA having ratified the constitution adopted by its convention elected a Democratic State ticket a legislature overwhelmingly of the T same faith and four out of five congressman President Roosevelt is cast- Ing about for some excuse to delay its Statehood Such a step would show i so plainly the Presidents object that it I would react against him and his party fdHe ought to have the manhood to do if no matter what the result TREASURER HENRY M BOSWORTH has procured from the clerk of the Mercer county court an affidavit that F Ii P James of Harrodsburg republican i nominee for auditor voted for a Negro over an exConfederate soldier It was when the Negro Asbury was put up for itRegister of the Land Office by the re This ought to make Mr James solid with the sons of Ham but a r how will the white rads take it 4JUDGE HAGER in the course of his speech at Harrodsburg called on Mr I Willson his opponent to show his r hand as to the charges the latter has I made regarding alleged irregularities in the administration of the States financial affairs Now let Hummy tell what he knows pr hereafter keep I1mumOWEN TYLER democratic nominee for mayor of Louisville says he is for the repeal of the Sunday closing laws Seems to us he is treading on danger ous ground in these good days of tem perance and morality We presume however he weighed the subject well before announcing his views Tile of agitation for drastic railroad legislation In Louisiana fol lowing the lead of other Southern Stateslis announced in an appeal to by the Louisiana Railroad Commission Voters are urged to the State Constitution to give the commission more power Tim State Fairat Louisville was a success from every point of view and no one is entitled to more credit for it than the clever and efficient secretary Mr R E Hughes When Rob goes into a thing it is safe betting that it will come out at the big end of the horn TilE questions been often asked why does put the lid on in Covington and Newport The Demo cratic hand book tells why Those i cities have Republican mayors and wont enforce the law rf ROOSEVELT is trying to head off For rakers lead the voters by appointing a Negro to the position of army but the colored troops litujvr will continue v to fight nobly for Ohio man ithea T mNi Additional Local ITUE Union Depot will be temporarily opened in Waltons Opera House Oct 4 lION E T FRANKS of Owcnsboro will address the republicans and others here at 130 Friday Oct 4 liON BEN LEG Hit n1N made a rousing democratic speech to a good- crowd at Lancaster yesterday WHILE helping raise a telephone polo near Highland Saturday Will Love had his right arm broken by the pole fall- Ing J M SNOW who runs a store on the Liberty pike just this side of Kidds Store has built the foundation fora good store building TILE Warren Grigsby Chapter of the U D C will meet with Mrs W A Tribble this afternoon at 3 oclock AI full attendance is requested Miss JOSEPHINE CARPENTER is agent for the Ladies Home Journal and Saturday Evenings Post and will be glad to recieve subscriptions to either WM HATTER aged 87 went all the way from Yosemite to Liberty Saturday to hear Judge Hager speak He is a red hot democrat and enjoys democratic oratory I WILL teach my usual class in art at the Graded School this year I have on hands some water color pictures for sale Will take orders for wood carving pastel and place cards Charlotte L Warren FINE FARM FOSMALEI 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 Miss DAISY DAVIES young peoples travelling secretary of the Womans Board of Foreign Missions will speak at the Methodist church here on Tuesday evening Oct 1st Every one most cordially invited TILE Liberty fair under the superb management of President Bartle and Secretary Jason Wesley cleared 275 on the 10 share The crowds each day were good and the stock was all that could be desired 140 Lexington and return via Queen Crescent route from Junction City Ky Oct 818 good returning Oct 19th account of Kentucky Trots For in formation ask Agents or write H C King G P A Lexington Ky LOST Sunday afternoon between Mr John Brights on Danville Avenue and Mr P P Nunnelleys a green Moroc handbag containing purse with a 10 bill and some change and other things in it Liberal reward Mrs L M Goodnight MRS J M HIATT died near Hiatts ville Saturday of paralysis and was buried at Lancaster yesterday after services by Revs C C Brown and F M Tinder She leaves a husband but no children She was a sister of Mi- T Layton and was a most excellent woman HENRY LOGAN the Macksville restaurant darkey was arrested at Lancaster yesterday morning for selling whisky on tho excursion train as it passed through that town There are several cases against him and his trial is set for Thursday In the meantime he is out on 100 bond FOR new tarction engine one separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at EOc 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 MR H T GRATZ of Louisville son of Maj L A Gratz a mention of whose death on the train near here ap Bred in our last paper came up Friday and accompanied his fathers re mains to Knoxville for burial Maj Gratz was vice president of S Grabfel derCo of Louisville and at onetime mayor of Knoxville and a veteran of the Civil War lIe was 67 years old and a fine old gentleman we are told AT Dripping Springs Saturday Mr S D Rothwell was shot in the shoul del with a 22 rifle and was peppered with shot by George and Jim Adams sons of Green Adams and a fellow nam ed Grant of this county Mr Roth well and his niece Miss Sallie Roth well fired several shots at the men but none took effect The trouble arose over the Adams and Grant using pro fane language in the presence of Miss Rothwell No arrests had been made up to yesterday MRS W P TATEM mention of whose death was made in Fridays issue was widIowmember of the Presbyterian church She is survived by Mr S J Tatem a son and Mrs R G Collier a daugh ter both of whom live in Crab Orch ard Mr J C McClary conducted tho funeral services and the remains were cemeteryIa OLYMPIAN SPRINGS water continues to work miracles Mr George Cut- singer of Anderson county was taken to the Springs oil Sunday Sept 8 hav ing been unable to walk a step for five months He is now going about on crutches and feels like he can soon dis card them Ho was a fearful rheumatic but he thinks he has struck the road to recovery Time following election officers were appointed by the Board of Election Commissioners to servo at the Novenv ber election Stanford No IJ S Owsley judge B W Givens sheriff Hart Luce clerk Thomas Ferrill judge Stanford No 2H J McRoberts judge Robert Vanoy judge Sheriff to be filled J L Totten clerk Stanford No 3J D Wearen judge J N Vanhook judge J C Lynn sheriff John J McRoberts clerk Stanford No 4Wm Logan judge Tom Jennings judge Wm Cordicr sheriff George DeOord clerk Crab Orchard No 1R H Bro naugh judge Fred Shaw judge P E Parrish sheriff John Holtzclaw clerk Crab Orchard No2Sam McGee judge Henry Catron judge Thomas Ramsey sheriff K D Noaks clerk Waynesburg No 1W R Singleton judge Ike Singleton judge W D D Hayes sheriff Joe Koontz clerk Wavnesburg No 2W C Alford iudge11 C Leach judge Boone Flint sheriff Sherd Leach clerk Waynesburg No3T W Hutchison judge E G Baugh judge D R Adams clerk Elisha Hatfield sheriff Hustonvillo No lT D Best judge T J Bell judge J C Reid sheriff W D Hocker clerk Hustonville No 2Joe Williams Y W Burton judge John G tidge sheriff Grant North clerk Hustonville No 3lke Tuttle judge- C L Ashley judge Arthur Hill sher iff J J Newell clerk =Lama Back This is an ailment for which Cham berlains Pain Balm has proven es rectally valuable In almost every in stance it affords prompt and permanent relief Mr Luke LaGrange of Orange MJih says of it After using a plaster and other remedies for three weeks for a bad lame back I purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and two applications effected a cure II For sale by all druggists Notice of Election I Regular term of the Lincoln county conrt held Monda 11111 present It- U Warren judge preldlng In the matter of the application of thf citizen of Kingsrille a graded school At the Init regular term of this court held lug IS lIt n petition signed by J fIlOlllronJ W Acton DM V tttephen Thompson win Win treks IL MHlIII1JVye slt nnd W W Crclgn tonlj M Haggard M O Murphy Hud iJoocb Howard Mweeney T Hiiggnrd Win Allen Dick Hatter lIoh HlllithiA H Long llorrll Well Oorg Leer VMurlphVits II A t4lnlllton W MHIngleton T It TnylorUTru Wm M Gooch Chart tKtt1Goochur D hyA Iranch J A Hart toms tester H LlhlrjI1l1ChrlllWllrdKotwrunml J K Htull wa ned lit open court Jbefore U p Warren judge of auld court asking that a trailed Common Hchool District be established with boundry ni follows lieglnnlngat John II McKeos Included ed tence to Mr Harsh J Austin place In cluded thence to W M Hogue Included thl1l to JW Hooch placelncluded thence toJM Murphy Included thence to the lira Hnllle place thllIe to mile post No 107 on the C NOt T11 1111IlIclulllthence to D A Hlnideton Included thence to HownrdHvreenuy Included tliencn to J HIull exeluddr nce now W u linggunlezclmletlthen- apoint U milt North of mile pOlt N lfl tuJlpthgroeKee the beginning And It appearing to the court that all of the ald petitioner are legal voters end ref ldfroPPOIedtown of Klngivllle n Sown In the Waynes burg Magisterial iNo U iaiul that the site for the schooolhouse the Klngivllle hoal house located In Klngivllle Lincoln county Ky11 certified to Iwand is not ox ceedlnglng KK mile from flay portion otthe boundary of the prodoxed district An It further appearing that it majority of the trustees In each of the common ichool dlitrlct embraced In whole or In In ald traded Common Hchooldistrict buy contented to the establishment of the mid prollOIld Graded Common Hchool District and have endorsed their consent In writing upon uild petition and It further np Mar Ing that Garland Hlngleton superintend couutyhiliBald proponed district und toy endorsed hll content In writing upon the said petition nl provided by low peUUonerllpptJart11In IIdJudrtdthlltordered IInd d rectl 0 cnust a poll to bo opened In the town of Klngsville Ky ant an of daJOctoberafter the entry of this order to take tho of thu legal whIt voter In suubi pro posed Graded Common Hchool District whether there hall be levied and collected an annual tax of cent on each 1100 of property assessed In sold Uruded Common Hchool JlhtrlctOOlollgllIl to the white and corporation for the purpose of u traded Common Hchool In the wild proposed Graded Common Hchool District and for the purpose of proIdttlThe onlcer of sold election will cause the lid legnl voters in old proposed dlltrlct to vote for live lo persons to bo trustee of IIP1roetlbywill make due return result or said election at once A Copy Atteitl GKOHOOOIKHCIork Uy K Ienuington D O coulltyhorllbydelivered to mo duly certified by Ceo JI pube1wuekly newspaper published In Lincoln the I lllophylIndistricttInto 1lIllIItlln order for the Jlurposo or talc Inll the salddlstrlctonthemon In said district oftentberSheriff of Lincoln County No charge for eanmmnllon ofiClelllllllol Iy testing eye up taelnt0 owl boils lre scrtptlon glasses ground to order set in work any style frame or skeleton and material guaranteed satisfactory charges moderate Central Telephone Building HuMonvlll Ky L C POWKU Graduated Optometry Public Sale of Livery Outfit Having decided too wit will onr- our entire livery outllt for yule to the high oat bidder on HATUIIDAY HKIT 8s huT consisting of 12 goal horses 10 good x goof wn ge urnt1a twohome single heroi- csetsdoubluhnnesalull wncou name 7 bUll g twitters whips rug unit dusters one good Champion Mowing Machine cutting b01 Nod uluty other things too llIoUI to- mllnUon sale Will nlorailminisuntil Jon tlYiuw 01 11OUNK WAMJ Htimford Ky Joseph 3244 Vol ft pure tad anti has fawn uceeptel for tstry In the lint vuluuse of The AIIIrloo Timnvortli Hwinf Uevord Ai orliitlon Hook under the rue of lh nitoolaUon and willkjd he No nil as above Hite Wlwnrd No dum tWxnndrls So wiT Hire or Hire l mill Uruco No Aq dam of Hlrellnlldlllll Nellie MH Hire or dOIll Rntuck nO So mll dalll of dons Golden lit o PHI It Is 111 known that the JIllIIworlh swine I thl prtn swine all tilt msrkeL ills lire Eaiwnrl nhnutlexandrs IIIM lit ywr1Old 110110111 foTiiJMn ills weight Unt II months He brwt I will standwrussee turn at Jl 00111JtII1NUJ Ky PUBLIC SALE The farm below will be oTred llrtt In loti So anti No I und then a u whole on PHI DAY IIT MOT My fine blue grass farm Wi mile AVestof nom and Uariwn PiAblue ndsiallli In This farm can divided- ldvantngu to so us to have n loud dwelling 00 also nrceitary outbuildings each piece The farm hps almost In n square only one nnllhlln lines There un three good tolNItCo larn stables hmllnt louse water In every Meld six IMUng springs with 5 streams running throu whole IfRctJ HTKKLKCAIUKNTKU POSTED We whose names appear below strictly 10rbl hunting IIIIIInl orany Ktmt of tr s wIll prosecut- elutortothefull ell our pinCH extent of the law Fred VonOruenlgnn Ileluhenbeoh Ilros KretlVonMlmim A VoiUlrutmlgan Holmes thiouACurls Jacob David Htephins Mnnrllofluwnn 1 F y J ibsughusa- nChristinaUrnyon J U Carpenter jBCobJetsweln Hunt Dameron C C Oovefl1JMrs Fred Handorf MrsMIVndletou W LCordler J Nevin Onrter Peter llalmer J R Camvnlsoh W It l arty Green FarmerJ F lIructIl1nkHprlllt AnionJJ W Peak Mesterv Pnxton W J4misny W P Martin Hamuel M F Conller Moses Merry Mary PeopleMrsAlex Cooper WhitMr Maple I7ytupoouauuPMK Lawrence JH Hocker J M Kelt us Notice of Election I term Lincoln county fiscal court IieidAprlHIW7Hon It C arreii prvtld JuUe1 u1 IIII WMUudderaruotViLAduisiiuddu ond n was vrcondrd moved by bJustice W II WIIIIIII Ulal following union he taken by this court 1b thl at I- tIbrullry Jury of tllleoin countygrand teen of the Jlllcoin clrcul recoIIIIUlllhtt u new court Curt inuring boull for 1lncoln coUllt It 1I1lltIIrlllK satesnctlon or this court10 the lioneourt house now In nee is uttsltle Lind fur the public convenience and pre lute Records Is order t louennduohgiirribunsugg estedas therlum IIe n court house IIn1 further ordered that en ellltloll t It is several lUng rid Mud opened the III Lincoln County on Tuladny precinct of the next aenrulI- IlecUolIlIt OllIIber 1 Ij the whIch the approprlntlmt 111100 uirinwtril lie ubmltteO to Irg- lrtes of Lincoln county for their approval or rejection advertisesuttd election fmlit 1l1I11 II dIrect Ihlrt1 next before theday thereof In the h- erlorJournnlbeing the only newspape thepuhlhhetlln election countyand to bold tho cer bulween tin uune hour thllt tblY nearYwhichelection hllllIasheldllm ty inducted In all respects iii required by the gllnerlllollctlon low III force lu this litlltt Is boldsanelit the e l1ler of time 1 on coullty n1 Hal CIIUII to xi wor- dIntfimifplSUtforbulltj0ga In bald election tilt try appro Court have two hose fur the riGht of right saulu one ror aces the to dea otlU tsvoring word ylll1d OliO devlog- tied Igllllltd Irll elshg tho IIpproprlllUolI to wall meritwordtheby said bllllot lu sill other 31ltJclllli required hy Heenan uoJ of thi entucky Htutues evert tha rellllilto nUlllber of logo lure or Lincoln county otl In furor 1I1111111pproprlnllon It le ordered that thli court Ihl fount oI F11UJ to heLincoln out under tilelorlllaed and on Ilgned b Iht lOUII- t1 sludge ofLincoln Coullty Court IInd icy till of sold Court lit Llncuin County Nil yabletobearer Kentucky whIch 1I0nlll bolldll shall not lento si greater rllll 101ll1onnulil- Iy of limier eat than tour llOr celllIIllYII flunk tho at Its miatwognty towltl Hlrlo HcrlecsU IsvuedInthreoaerlebe 0 MerleIAens thousand dollar of said hulldl- Ihllll bmenl ten consist twenty bonds for thu sou of leash amid nuutberud ono to twehty riel JI cOIIIUn often tluouaiInd tlollou- of said Iouds shall Clllllht or twenty bonds ruNUbend tram Yl tow for thu sues of tau and thouund Merles C enbrncing llfteo0 IlOm18 id nanlberedstybonds o1 IrJJJ cllch fro ut la to Tu In Herle A shall- redreunsbleatthepleusnroof the Court- Intl ditto of In sifter wten lssun and ht duo nod lusynblu their tlaIOI111 lhubonds umfrom stddtell years U slul be releauable sit inieiisureof the Court on und 111101 ton rd from the date of their issuo and unit Xhli i vHlile Ilfteen year frontthe said stud the bonds embrnc hlll e bo rtdelllllbio lit tlltpleaure of the on and lifter itftoen yens the date UUUI of their Issue due payable said datetwenty cor frqin tho A copy nttest GEO R COOPER Clerk By K n Pennlngton D U Ladiesl- i Shoes f We believe today as we have for yearsthat the Ultra at 350 and the Brockport at 300 are the best medium priced Ladies Shoes sold today in our State The QUALI TY is as good as any the STYLES are al ways JUST a LITTLE BETTER and the conIstruction of the t ULTRA makes it HOLD ITS SHAPE BETTER than any other Shoe Our stock is made up oftShiny Leather Dull Leather and Vici in Bals Blucher and Buttons In addition to these + we carry a large stock of Ladies Cheaper Shoes at 150 2 and 250r f twge tlt llagl H J McflOBRTSS i l STANFORD KENTUCKY i 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 tt 0 s For tale yby GEO II FARRIS Stanford Ky j BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong teachers in all department High School Grammar Interme diate Irimary Music Cooking nnd Sewing Only three places left in the dormitory and cottages but good homes in tho town arc open to students Terms Board nnd tuition 10500 Tuition alone e30 e20 15 For catalogue uddfowi MISS IDA M TAYLOR Principal Mount Vernon Ky 4UTUl ty It 4 New Voile Skirts r Voiles bid fare to be Moro popular than ever Wo cnn Show yon u dozen diflercnt styles Every one now AVc have Silk Drop Skirts at 5 to 10 l ISTANFORD KY SKIT 24 1907 k SEE our window for big reduction solo of box papers GOc and 25c boxes t now ISc to maKe room for now stock Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS vs Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS went to Danville Friday MRS W S JONBS spent a few days In Louisville last week MRS W H SHANKS has been Indisposed for several days JOHN N MBNEFBK JR was In Lou hvillo Friday to see the fair MR L M HUEY of Lebanon spent- SundayI with his old friends here Miss DORA PENCE Is with her sister Mrs W J Dozier In Mississippi Miss KATHERINB WARREN of Somerset here spent Sunday with her parents MR AND Mns M K ELKIN of Lex ington spent several days here with friends Miss MARGUERITE Hum loft this morning for Nashville to enter Peabody College Misses MARY VANOY and Sue Taylor I and Nannie Woods Engleman were in 4 Louisville lost week i Miss CARRIE BUTLER has returned ia from a delightful visit to the family of Mn C D Stlgall in Pulaski MRS S H HlCKLE of Powder K t Springs Tenn is with her son Dr W in the Hubble section fiRORER C SAUFLEY has gone to i Deming N M for the benefit of his i I health which we hope ho will soon re gatni MARY D CARTER will return to Council Bluffs la in a few days to I continuo her position in the School for the Deaf MR WAnD LUTES and family and William Lutes of Lexington wero the guests of their brother Mr John Lutes last week i Miss BESSIE LANHAM of Stanford who has been visiting her aunt Miss Dora Brown returned homo Sunday Casey News MRS B C SANDIDGE and pretty daughter Miss Josephine Sandidge of the West End are visiting relatives at NoblcsvlUo Ind S THE Advocate prints a good picture of the Taylor of the five generations F family of which Mr Mitchell Taylor of Danville Is a member Mns C H McCoiiMACK and Miss here Saturday Rose McCormack wero returning from Glasgow Mr Clove Dunn of Hustonville met them here MK L B GIVENS wife and daughter Miss Virginia and Dr W D Pow- elli have returned from a trip to Cumberland Falls Harrodsburg Democrat BURCH orders the I JMiss ESTHER sent to her at Red Springs N C where sho Is teaching In the Southern Presbyterian College and Conservatory of Music MARION DENIIAM will move his fam I fly to Corbin In a few days Ills run Is between Corbin and Knoxville Mills Roberta Davis Is visiting Miss Bculah Wallin In LlncolnMt Vernon Signal- l Miss KATHFRINE WATERS writes from Bowie La where she Is teach- Ing that she Is well pleased with her work Louisiana Is a fine State she says but Kentucky for me she add MESSRS PUlL SODEN and J Fox Dudderar of Louisville spent several days with Col WH Dudderar who attack some time ago buthad a severe who Is getting along as well as could bo expected MR T S STARLING representing the Is spending theCo4 firm of Starling hero driving over the counI next 30 days ty Inspecting the coming tobacco crop Staving Co purchased 90 per cent of Lincoln countys output last year MR SHELTON M SAUFLEY wife and son Shelton Marshall SauHey Jr Frankfort Saturday came over from Mr Saufloy returned yesterday but his wife and son will remain a week or so with her parent and other relatives Mn W B KINO was on Saturdays train returning to Pinevlllo He paid for tho INTERIOR JOURNAL up to Aug 12 1910 Mr King Is a son of lion B B King of this county and like his clover man but an father is a mighty awfully strong republican- MR JOHN DOWNER returned Friday from a delightful visit to his relatives In England ills sister Miss Margaret returned with him from the Downer old country but stopped In Cincinnati Mr Downer was not sick aminute dur Ing his stay of two months and says the of his life trip was the greatest Miss Sue ROUT is hero from Lexing ton MRS R It WILKINSON continues quite GEO NEWLAND attended the State fair last week- J J SEVER and wife returned from Louisville yesterday MR I S DROWN of Wayne is up trying to buy a farm MR AND MRS JOHN W MOORE of of Casey nro with Mesdames Rand B Ed Wilkinson MR ND MilS W E AMON who moved to Garrard from this section are visiting in Kansas MRS F L THOMPSON of Mt Vernon mother of Mrs L It Hughes of this place is critically ill MRS AUIRIGHT and son Embry Al bright of Drodhcad are visiting her brothers and sister In Casey MRS J R CASS of Drodhcad spent Sunday with her daughters Mrs Hil ton and Miss Katie Cass here JAMES DALTON of the Gilberts Creek section who has been very low witli typhoid over was able to go to Lancaster court yesterday J 0 VANDEVEER of Mercer G T Helm of Danville and 0 P Show maker of Moreland attended the trial of Harvo Watta here yesterday ROBERT FUNZEL Jit who lives in Cincinnati now brought his little sister over last Saturday to spend some time Robert is delighted with the Queen CityMiss ALICE BEAZLEY has moved to thocottago vacated by Rev L M Omer Mr Jesse D Warren and Cam ily are moving from Lancaster to the house Miss Ueazlcy vacated FLAVIUS GREEK who has been living at Broken Arrow I T for some time is back with the homcfolks lie says that George Wood and Eb Lawson ex Stanford men are doing splendidly Miss JOCELYN PRICE of Somerset was hero Friday arranging for the entertainment The Union Depot to be given at Waltons Opera House by local talent on Oct 4 the proceeds to go to tho U D C Chapter LOCALS PIANo secondhanded for sale This oflica GET your tickets for admission for Union Depot LOT of pure apple vinegar for sale Henry Anderson FOR SUEl00 bushels of rye J F Cover Turnersvillo 4t BOONS WALLS will sell their livery outfit at auction Saturday Sept 23 WANTED 100 to 500 pounds of honey Gab C Goode Covington Ky I FOR SALEA square Havclton Bros piano Good one Mrs Mary I Burch NEW need wheat for sale Extra good Hustonvillo Roller Mills Hustonville JUST rccieved a largo line of stoves and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton FOR RENTMrs Wallaces property on Danville street apply to L R Hughes Stanford Ky LOST between Miss Sacrays gallery and my residence a baby necklace Please return to W 0 Walker LOST leather halter between my store and E D KennedYb residence Saturday Reward J L Bcazley ATTEND saleof the splendid farm of the late 0 J Crow at Turnersvillo Thursday Lots of personalty will also bo disposed of See ad elsewhere TilE Hustonvillo Graded tax is now due If not paid boforo Oct 1 five per cent penalty will be added Juno H locker collector and treas crFALL OPENING eISisters of Danville Ky will have their semiannual display of Eastern Patterns and Millinery Novelties Saturday Sept 28 All are cordially invited to call SWEENEY Mr Jesse G Sweeney aged 80 one of Lancasters oldest citizens died at tho home of his daughters J B Collier He is survived by the following children Mesdames J B Collier J C Robinson of Lancaster C M Richardson and William Jones of Clark county The funeral was held Friday in the presence of a large crowd NEW SKIRTS We now have on display our new Fall skirts including all the new materials and styles Skirtmaking has almost reached the perfection stage with the makers we buy of Come und look these over SEVERANCE SON STANFORD ALL aboard for Union Depot RECLEANED seed rye 1II Baugh man Co TilE willmeet next Tues day to allow claims and do other work TimE laundry will likely begin operations the first of next week NIGHT AGENT GAnNETT sold 21 tickets to Cincinnati over the K C Sun day WANTED piano mandolin and guitarp- upJ1e begining the third week in September Miss Margaret Lewis THE L N will run an excursion front this place to Louisville on Sept 28ih Price round trip 176 Train leaves at 616 A M TilE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices I WILL sell at Boone r SYells sale on Saturday Sept 28 a thoroughbred Jersey cow giving milk and a thoroughbred Jersey bull four months old T P Eads BEAR that Steels Carpen 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 QUITE awillgo from Stanford to the Booth Fete to be given at the home of Miss Mcllo Hopper in Huston villa Wednesday evening 23th for the benefit of the Christian church Read notice of the fete In our Hustonville letter and be one of the many who will go It promises to be a very novel en tertainmentBIG AT LIBERTY The writer was at Liberty Saturday and heard some more good speeches of Judge S W Hager and John K Hendrick A big crowd was in town and the candidates for governor and attorney general were given an ovation Judge Ha ger spoke for two hours and still his hearers wanted more Ho gave a splendid account of his stewardship and of the financial condition of the State of Kentucky Four years treasurer and nearly four years auditor have made him thoroughly conversant with the States affairs and he tells in a most concise way where money has come from and where it has gone Judge Hendrick spoke along tho samo lines ho did here and his speech had a telling effect Perfect attention was given both Judge Hager and Judge Hendrick notwithstanding the crowded condition of the courthouse and the very hot weather Judge J Doyle Stone introduced the gentlemen and did it handsomely That night they spoke at Hus tonville but on account of a thunderstorm the crowd was not large They were royally entertained however the good citizens of that hospitable town doing all in their power for their delectation WATTS MURDER TRIAL exam ining trial of Harvo Watts son of Mr W 0 Watts of tho Maywood section yesterday charged with the murder of the Q C Agent lIaldon Brown Van diveer at Kingsvillc lust Thursday af ternoon was up before County Judge R C Warren yesterday County Attorney Burch represented the Commonwealth and Judge M C and G B Saufley the defendant The eight witnesses examined testified that Watts shot Vandiveer when under the in fluence of liquor while he Vandiveer was sitting upon tho depot plat form at Kingsvillo in company with Fred Gooch Col Lovelace and John lIam while closing a small handgrip that belonged to Watts which ho had consented to open for Watts in order to obtain a chow of tobacco for a friend in tho crowd when tho deadly bullet was tired into his body below the heart No attempt according to the state ments of those who testified showed in any way that Vandiveer ever tried to do his adversary an injury but on tho other hand a kindness In opening the grip Neither had ever seen the other previous to the shootingso stated the witnesses yesterday The defense didnt introduce any witnesses and af ter hearing the Commonwealth present Ite side Judge Warren very promptly held tho defendant to tho circuit court without bail Tho murder according to the testimony given8ccms to have been committed without provocation and Is truly a very bad case indeed r COME out and see the new Union De pot FOR SALEO pairs of Homing PigI eons Cheap E L Reinhart r MRS CHARLES REED died in the Pep plea section and was buried at More land Friday FOR SALE One good mail wagon Only used about three months Fred Baumann Jr St FOR RENTCotttagoon Lancaster Street near Main Street Inquire at Muellers jewelry store 10 per month I ENCLOSED you will find for the ONLY PAPER Please send it to me hero Also send the last two papers as we have missed them Miss Susie Saun tiers Miss Stella Rupley and I arc in this school and must have the I J writes Miss Addle McClary from the- School for the Deaf at Omaha Neb KILLING AT MT VERNONAI Mt Vernon Friday evening Mr C C Williams the wellknown attorney so badly wounded Dr S W Adkins a physician at that place that he died the following afternoon The wife of the dead man had sued him for divorce and alimony and Mr Williams was her attorney As we hear it Mrs Adkins and Mr Williams were talking together on the street when Dr Adkins pass ed them and made an insulting remark which Mr Williams did not notice He passed on a few steps and returning offered another insult and finally slapped Mr Williams in the face at the same time reaching for his pistol Hav ing heard threats from the doctor Mr Williams very naturally armed himself and when he saw his life in danger he drew his pistol and fired The ball entered below the heart and taking circuitous course lodged in the doctors right hip Dr Adkins came to Mt Vernon from Gallatin county some two years ago and had built up a lucrative practice The remains were embalmed by Undertaker J C McClary of this place and taken to his old home for burial Sunday morning Cashier W L Richards of the Mt Vernon Banking Co accompanied them Knowing Mr Williams as we do we are satisfied that he believed his life in danger and that no relative or friend of Dr Adkins regrets more than he does that he was compelled to do what ho did The examining trial will be held Wednesday when it is almost certain that Mr Williams will be discharged Additional Local on Second Page PUBLIC SALE I We mlmlnUtrntors of Austin Thomp son uvvriiMMl will oflur nt public auction ut tht farm Mtunled on Martins Crvtlc one hnlf milt from OMlton Casey county Ky on 8ATUltDAYOOTUtI1I tbn following iwrionnl property vlxt nice f Mings romS to years old Jen ntttyearn old nod overdo Hereford steed wtlght about IOIllI pouml 15 nice hogs barrels of corn store or less to bo mtiisur wl nt Kltlierlng time farming Implement consisting twoliorno wagons spring ngonturning plows double sboch com Ined rellptrnn mower I set of blnckmlth tooll corn shllIer cutting boxes road- cnrtlIIIttItton and platform Rcales forks eon double bar rel shot an cacnltber rupviitlng rifle itt cnllber Mnrlln repeating rifle and many other articles In the Implement line Also the spurt stock of dry goods glass and qutcnswaro and wlreboots and shoesuloth Ing hnt caps llxtureserrs thing show caces oil tanks e nnd all found In a general store Hale will begin at block of store goods will intUme every Saturday rout dote till oods are nil Bold Lunch wilt W served on the grounds lluoit THOMPSON JWGAKIUHOX Adore of Austin Thompson lIec1 Public Sale of Blue- Grass FarmStock Implements Etc On account of Illhealth I have decided to sell my harm on- T11U1n5DAY00T171907 of W7 acres of land situated on eHomersetpike three miles from Htan ford half mile from u new schoolhonso and ono mile from n union church The dwell ing U nicely located on an elevated site with u view of two and railroad and contains rooms with balls porches etc tern nt kitchen door and a neverfalling well house coal houeutmd hen house Asplundtdconcrete cellar with Ice hou811cold storage house com blnetl One of the bull barns In the county plus through it three hours bllb- Oment two large shtd8 nine stall rootll for than ee tend of large elUUe and1II0re Wshh houtS and hogs The land Is shetll of culUmUon withIIl1dtr R hlJh state creoklllflllth mud springs runnlllg through TWclItvlhe III wheat slid Cue rest In iu and lilne Unas In fact one of the 1II08t tlslrnill farms In LIncoln county 1hll fnrlll will xl sold In one tract or In two tracts with I acres and Improvements In one and 87 acres unimproved loud In other tructA 1Mhand 4yearold mare mules two brood mares shtup and hogs tllrmlng Ire nemeses household and kitchen Int forget data of sale TUUUHOAYPOTn There 111 pair of tock scares nl Good as new on the plnce Possession 1lteH J K LYNN Htanford Ky Panama Skirts in Black find Colors in attractive styles 150 to X10 Plaid SKirts One of the novelties of the season is the New Soft ColIored Plaids The new style of skirts makes up pretty in the plaids South IuepotNew Things in The JO Cent Departm nttLet us show you our Fall line of Holiday Goods consisting of China Glass Vases Pie turn Frames Fancy Cups and Saucers Plates Bowls Etc We feel that we can give you bette-rvalues for lOc than ever before Visit us and we can show you better than we can tell you j TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions ShoesrPhone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseISTANFORD KENTUCKY Autumn Suits We are now showing all the new est patterns in Mens Suits They are the Heldman make with a pile ofstyle Correct in every detail Let us clothe you ssaaassset 1 W E Perkins Crab Orchar I Kentucky r I The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD IKYr The Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky l 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 V Address JC LEWIS Prin London Ky IfThe Interior Journal Entered in tM Pott Office at Stanford II Httndclau matter- VBLtsUIDD TUeSDAYS AND JrRJDAYB 500 P jiYAR CASH Chargedl When not io paid IJOO will be SWeeney1 Jesse W raoratkTOn ii Livery Food and Solo Stabl i Lancaster Ky ti NOTICE II i Wire VICthe tamo on thurtuotlco R T LUNSFOUV s NOTICE I 8lUlllgllltunted 6 mllel Mont OIynlJdare n U S U It t nNudnyoI whichnhnekIrimdully except treatmel1 of Hheunu nowODen Kidney and nit Hton Ich nnd Liver llowel Troubles UheunmtUm n ipeolalty nt rensonnblo rates For pnrtlci tars terns address F M sIStM Pror RyF DIJoxSS Hustonrllle i- cy8D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street j Phone 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY A S PRICEDentist 1STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owaley Building The Fisher Hotel t Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Street between Hprlngs nnd mile from Salt sulphur Well snnu- Uleandcooltcomfortable rooms lutes ta 1 per week INSURANCEWindStorm Life an- Aeoldent LightningTire None but the BTKO OEHT and Represented Lowest Pos BK8T Companies nee Rotes twltha Paying r rdiUneqnalled f MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 VJ liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU r when ther- eiaddeuitscudasultnnulotoyourn1e9 t aryl e takeu by an handsome line of Hprlng it summer good I OlIn make frpm R low prIce business suit to the flnestdress suit Also Overcoats Trous rs and Fancy Vests The company 1 represent Is second to node HO UUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky Boone Walls i Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable r Depot Street STANFORD KY f feel Attention Given Commercial Men Good lllgs at Reasonable Rates Stock Pone In Connection Also for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery Gasoline and meant Mills Threshing Machinery und MaW It to see us before buy Also commission salesmen for all secondhand machinery J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY t Office Phone 107 Home Phonoy j LBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur iture MattingsBugs They- willexchange Furniture fort allJ Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricee Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J l r1 7f1KttMl4 Mw FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE82 good sheep Henry Anderson Stanford E B Sutton of Garrard soldasuck ling mule colt for 125 Over 150000 people visited tho State Fair at Louisville last week FOR SALE56 nice feeding cattle G J Bohon Hustonville Ky 3t W T Doolin of Garrard sold two mule colts to T C Rankin for J190 J M Cress sold 17 heifers to It L Sowder at Lancaster yesterday at 31c E T Pence bought a bunch of sji ort yearlings at Lancaster yesterday at Sic In Casey W V Wellington sold a mule for 80 and F F Hatter one for 55The good race horse Montgomery brought 15000 at the Gravesend trackE G BIckley bought two fine Shrop shire buck lambs in Louisville They are beauties Colonel P owned by Henry Pitman of Boyle was sold by E D Middleton to a Lexington party for 1000 FOR SALESplendid twoyearold black jack with white points Also some handsome yearling and twoyei old trotting bred stock S M Owens McKinney Ky G T Higginbotham sold to Perk In gram of Wayne county his farm of 170 acres near Marcellus Garrard county at 90 This included some 35 acres or corn and a lot of hay etc FOR SALEBy Hancock Taylor Co 23G 5th Street Louisville Ky 37i acres of land five miles from Stanford near McKinney on Queen Crescent railroad for 1000 Write quick if you want it While at the State Fair in Louisville last week showing his fine mules Robert B Woods refused 300 for one of his twoyearolds and 375 for a pair of his yearlings Isis stock was highly complimented J P Strader sold a bunch of 160 pound hogs to Russell Walter at Steve Bailey bought a bunch of 100 pound shoats from Cloyd Terhune at Walter Coleman bought a bunch of 900 pound cattle from Smock Broa at 3Jc Harrodsburg Herald Emily Letcher the fine mare owned by Fox Logan of this city was killed by lightning at Columbus 0ifh had refused 6000 for the mare The Insurance upon her life expired recently The mare belonging to Crit Davis valued at 5000 was permanently Injured at the same time Advocate LANCASTER CoURTThere were bout 300 cattle on the Lancaster market yesterday a good portion of which hanged hands Some 700 to 800 pound steers sold at4c heifers at 3 to 3Jc and butcher cattle at 2 to 3c There were ots of mule colts on the market but all of them did not sell Prices ranJted rom 50 to f20 The horse and mulE market was dull- CHURCH MATTERS Tho Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs E p Woods Friday afternoon Rev J D Hocker of Owensbo rohibition nominee for lieutenant governor has lost his mind and has made several attempts to destroy himself Rev William Sprinkles held a meet- Ing near Milledgeville which proved to be interesting and instructive and half dozen additions were added to the congregation there A memorial chapel is to be erected in Africa to the memory of Rev bother M Cook the Burgin Kentucky issionary who died there several weeks ago The work of erecting the chapAI is in the hands of Rev Majo gbcbi a native of Africa who is pastor of the Baptist church at Lagos The meeting at the church on Lancaster street closed Sunday night after- two weeks duration in which six ad- dltions were added to the church by R H Boll of Louisville Those who- joined were baptized in Logans Cree Sunday afternoon by Mr Boll His- services were largely attended and his- sermons were interesting and instructive and the congregation here think he did much good Rev Carey Smothers one of the- most prominent Negro ministers in the- South and the Nestor of the nomination of his own race in Ken tuckyls dead at his home in Versailles His was caused by blood poison Ing He had been pastor of the colored Baptist church of Versailles for over 32- years was one of the most beloved men his race The church of which he was so long pastor has a membership of nearly 2000 Health in the Canal Zone The high wages paid make it mllthty temptation to our young artl- sans to join the force of skilled workmen needed to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria I Is he knowing onethose who have- used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence vrlt Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood polson too biliousness weakness and aU stomach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Oc After pleading in vain to be permitted to see a man In New York at whose house she had called Mrs Carter shot and- killed herself 6f sled OTTENHEIM Bryant Plummer has got a chicken with four well developed legs islltingWe regret to give up Mr J C Hays and family as they have proven good citizens and excellent neighbors- E P Manuel who is a weather prophet predicts the hardest winter before us that we have had for years T N Butt has built a new boardin house which is quite an addition to our town Hb says he will call it the Katydid as that insect keeps him compan atnightWm James who has been hoverin between life and death for about eight weeks with typhoid fever is slowly im proving Cyrus James accompanied his cousin Thomas James to his home at Martinsville Ind The New Pure Food and Drug Law Wo are pleased to announce tha Foloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles Is not allectei by tho National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend It as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store More than 177000 British and Irish migrants left for the United States and Canada during the past year ac ording to a Board of Trade return sued in London Lost and Found Lost between 930 p M yesterday lad noon today a bilious attack with nausea and sick headache This loss vas occasioned by finding at Penny t Drug Store a box of Dr Kings Nett Life Pills the guarnteed cure for bll ousncss malaria and jaundice sic Five people members of a sect called arhemities are under arrest in Zion pity accused of torturing to death Mrs Letitia Greenhaulgh 64 years old n cripple Healthy kidneys tllter the Impurltlc rom the blood anti unless they do his good health Is Impossible Fo oys Kidney Cure makes sound kid toys and will positively cure aU forms of kidney and bladder disease It strengthens the whole system Pennys Drug Store Advices from West Virginia are to the effect that there is considerable sentiment there for ex Senator henry- s Davis for the gubernatorial nomina lion Sick Headache This disease Is caused by a derange menb of the stomach Take a dose o Chamberlains Stomach and Lives Tablets to correct this disorder and the sick headache will disappear Pot sale by all druggists 1M tAthittS CtHJ HAIRBALSAM ITttnotM s taturUot trovtiv rim rail to Btitoro Gray flair to ll lhtJtGun dKUM plot I JOeioillJUM ItmtrtiU FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A line blue grast farm for sale situated new pike near Point Leaven nnd six mllel south of Lancaster containing tut non well located In Rood neighborhoodIlt part of the John Walker tract with IIII1UIII some new twostory seven romn redden thereon recently completed with all out buildings and good new burn 40XJ We II watered six never falling springs and crellt running through TKKMS ft cash In hand balance one nllli two years Irom day of stile IxMtrlng six Ilrcent Interest until paid Persons looking tor such place plene write KM and Isabullo Walker living on farm at Point Ixiivell or W U lIlkr Stanford IsHlwlle P KMnnd W Wlliker point Leuyoll Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate ExcHanf ak TITLE CO No 1411 acres on the Waynasburg pike near 1I111IInnd6room house barn anti oils cr orchard This property Is near churchand schoolhouse Is wel worth till price tl No2Incre2miles Mouth of Oak Or chard on the Htute road hits 5i two stort house good lawn orchard and Is well water fd about iai acres of this laud Is bottom land and produces fine crops A bargain lit Mil H cask balance lu one and two years No6118ncresonBuck Creek near Way nesburg1room house harts other out buildings plontyot water Cash price Ifr No fJ acres near revel Green Rock castle county Ky Tide furs has new 2 story frame house would cost to build now r uu good lawn crib Ac located neat church und school This Is a nice home am can bo bought for 110 per acre cash j reo malnder In IX months No 6IHa stores adjoining the above farms 1e acres In cultivation Dwelling uf rooms good barn anti other outbuildings nice or chard One of the best springs In the county Price IVM halt cusu IMIUIICU and t years No 5YJI acres adjoining farms Nos 4 and 6 acres In cultivation balance In tim her Good white oak hickory und sore Mm cedar lists 2story log hue and lIood orch and j well watered Josh price Fliu No 121 acres near Maretsburg Ky Vt acres In cultivation good dwelling house burn und necessary outbuildings lute water nnd school church und It It station Price fJKw l4 cash balance in one und two years No KJ14 acres near Oonway Ky nearly all of this farm Is bottom land nna for curl andmviidow dwelling house nen barn nnd other building on county road e miles from llervu Uollvge Uash price L4 MNo o6I acres on Brakes Oreek 0 tulle from Orab Orchard This farm adolnl the pike and Is a part of the Geo Evans faun rhls Is tine land nnd in good condition till necessary buildings This Is a bargain at JOporacre No 10TH acres near Htnnford Ky In nIce shape with all necessary buUdlllglete ran be bought worth the mosey For full particulars In regard to all the bove farms see or write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky trs tvytWt1411 hr7k1tai5alt a ti s+ OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whites Mill Tins been thoroughly renovated and Is now In line condition to milk the ttof IIOllr Meal Etc Custom grinding done on aCb TUKMHAV and trial for the toll ns formerly Oho me n WlI SMITH Proprietor Oral Orchard 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Rates be fore Insuring Nothing but first class Companies Repre sented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY FOR SALE Knot sold privately before hAnd wtll on MONDAY GOT II 1W7 county court day otTer for stile In front of the court house door my residence alt uated un Ixicnn Avenue In Hlnnlonl Ky Tin II one ul the bust built frame ImlldliiKt In the town containing s rooms nud two iiood eel Inn TtioliouH i In iptendld rvjuilr r elmt y covered And clstern rl tt the door and n Large l nrnoiitti0irviiil rerun made known on day of tale J14 0WML1v J- lCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Matthew Woodton n ml tar etc vs Llnlo Ourt al Notice of Male Pursuant to n Judgment of the Uncoln Iroult court nlxtve tItl1 teliou iunder giivd Commissioner i III W BOX EH DAY SEPT S3 IW7 wtween II x stud x sell at publl out cr to the blRheit nnd bpit bidder the NIII ttato hereinafter described Maud real estate of three tract of lRnl knish art contiguous and which will wold a one tract made at the nhllmte diUIIstate mired prior to his All of sold land It located In Lincoln eoi Kentucky near the town ot TlIrlUra tile The tint tract is hounded and de orltK ollowi Iloglnnlng et n take In tj lUul Rockers line thence N Poles Ins to atone corner to looker tlience K U poles IS tusk thnncu N H 1l totes U links thuncuS61tHrole to tile leglnnlng containing 7 acres the same tw Ing that tract of laud conveyed by WOlell oinmlsitoner too J Prow Hars III Lincoln tile cittlce of the clerk of the rounty curt in lx tl Hook 1111111110411 Frost thll iowev r is reserved n tract 011 sere one Taxi and II poles conveyed bYIRIot Crow to Mallle nppvitr In II clerk s offlco In 1kedamok M pnge ftW The second trnct Is trust conveyed to n J loud ft eh HI nmwnri In tll dncuofthe aforesaid clerk In devil leek 1 Stt It Is bounded and described II- Ifollolt lleing situated on the waters uf tanging Fork Crwk nnd the Hlanfon lustonvllle turnpike nt Its Intersect rltli the MoKlnney beginning In the middle of the lint mentioned nlIk hence with said pike N l1j1I polenN 81 N M K D ItOl K U pa llnkiVN B H K twles links N fli r poll Ink N In R n poles linga t cheer JMMurphythencu leaving cnel ot pike with his line W K poles stone his corner thencocontlnu with his linePtGty W II poles 9 links to hit order thence with lute tine N Tilt W corner of Mrs Mocker ihe- iiierluneandlhsuot lr Mocker ofc W 1S xiles to a black thence H 2Pt roles121Uiks 3 thence H 0E tA S W 2e pale 10 links J middle of creek corner to Carter thence hll lneHSv K poles II links to the Igln ring containing ltv acres rood ant rales of land Third tract Is thus described Situate or lookers branch nnd Iwglnning at n tun In the road and corner to Mauiuol Hocktr line N Il K 67 poles t lurks to lIaketOlandooltoOJVrow thence N sold tlto row and In Mns1oode line thence W SI iKiles 12 links tocnteratgate In fro or John Onotes Sate thence with the ronl HO K M ivllnks to the boglnnllllicolI ncrt roods and flKII1 of olld 1wnnd the Ultod the anlceof thetlerkof the MncollUloui hurt on Sept 221MI3- The three foregoing dewrlUd tracts IIr and form one well arranged lid watAl body of land The Improvemet hereon consist of n gixxl residence hou with utbulldlng of the usual churnct aria large tobacco tiurii stud two good hn IIlIt houses It Is situated nt a olnt wlUnI nol turnpikes converge one IRIIlIlIt tfl IcKlnney station 2H tithes dtitunt whlrh II the nearest railroad station one to Mon land llv miles distant on Q A P H from which place It M seven miles to Van lllo one to miles oIltnutlInd tho other to Mustonvlllo five miles illstar All these roads one good turnpikes ThO sldenco Is only to from the ItOlolIee IIIIlI store nt Turueravllle In 110 proximity to church and school sour Vntr In iiuantltles Is found In eery field The wile will made on credIts of at l montlK onehalf of the price tl- JII due and payable together with use Inler- est that accrue thereon at the expln 1011 of elicit of the periods of titan nfor laill For the purchae prlc thl IlIIrehnaer to qFro bond with per- 0IlnltcurItYllnynllle to the Oummllor nnll bearing nt the rate of 0 IlO- rcellt per annum from date of stile unUI- puld and n lien will Iw retained on the lund 101 to further secure tie pnyusentot bond GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C apt T U English Auct OTICE OF ADMINISTRATORS SALE I On WBDNKHDAY HKIT S3 lOT nt tbe- luto residence of O J Orow deceased nt Hustonvlllo t- Htllnford rnersvllle pike inLincoln count Kyalxiu tile hour of oclock A offer for- Inlo at outcry to the highest and Idbidder the following personal property vim Two pplgsand Jerey alld Scalves H goal fld borieOIlbUllgofhor80 and one bted Laxtngtun muse and oneout 01 of Use best Dignity Dare colts well brok to ride and drive a lot of chickens hOrfe wagon buggy buckboard and double set of wagon harness 2 sets bugg harlles elder mill corn drill t cultlvii tor4 lot of tools cutting box 2 wersfl pitchforks 1 riding plow seeder- gge4 In t0 acre 01 corn nuld 4 Interest In acres of tobacco bales tiny lot of lumber a lot of HICCO sticks bales wire 8 stands hoes houehold trod kitchen furniture EKES OF HALK Articles under 110 cluh In land over Ito bond with nnprovet urety due four months after date bearlni Interest from date until paid at per cent annum uired lurchnerwlllp- lenae per como prepared to comply with tho- terma of sale- M WOODHON Administrator O J Crows Kstate UnlIt T D English Auctioneer- t the same tune and I wlllolTerfor- lale thn harm of Mrs JOt H1IIonln and Mrs Wood son consisting of acres 87 acres In tine set of Timothy and Clover nnd the- taindurlSacresiii rich lllue Grass plU- ture This farm l1a been noted for fllle- cropS and early grass Hunnlng water thro tune and S springs In meadow This land olnl the forms of F and James alh Also XI acres knob land will be offer ell for sale Terms nnde known on day aClle WOOVHONAgont Chick Feed for Fall and Winter at W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky v llEwdwEIreEroIoAIoNA B is for Bit thnt bores holes with ease C is for Chisel And Cuttlcry keenf r D is for Drills for both hand mnchino E is for Emery niul far edge tools too F is for Freezers you know what they d- oG is for Garden tools nil in n row H is for Hammer and harrow and IJQO j is for Irons both lInt and sad J is for Jacknives which make tho boys glad K is for Key nnd for carpenters kits L is for Lock into which the key fIts fll is for Mower which keeps the grass cut N is for Novelties nails netting nnd nuts WATCH THE NEXT ONE Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky First National tl Banksnorers ire Capital Stock 50000i Thtilnitltntlon was originally ettabllihtd at the Deposit Bank ot Stanford In till thn rcorranlitd at the National Dank of Stanford In ISM and again reorjanlied at the First National flask of Stanford In IS21harleg bad practically an unlnter rnpted existence for 41 rear It li better supplied now with facilities for traniact Inrbnitnett promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable carter Accounts of lodlylduoli plduclarlis and Car poratloni SoUcltid NoticeFarmers We hnvo buyers for Lincoln real estate If you farm for sale write to us ACCOUNTS NOTES PROMITLY Reference in Somerset Address Somerset Real Agency Somerset Ky For Sale or Rent The Newton Hotel property n now two story brick embracing w rooms unit halls and one storeroom 25x75 feet Located on the corner of Main A Danville Avenue 1e Hustonvllle line cistern Ice hours undother outbuildings NEWTON 1IItO AdllronI Goon Business for Sale My property and stock of mew furtherinformatlouN Marksbury Ky Sale for Taxes I On TIIUUHIJA Y OUT will sell to tho highest bidder the following tracts of land In District Nos and use sale to take place before the courthouse door In Mtnn county Ky between und 2 PM 100 acres Klsley Hall hems 4 75 100 acres Harman Mbepby a 23 40 acres Kddle Harris 2 75 20 acre Johnson llurr 2 75 40 ncres J R Hkldmore 8 25 45 ucres Nannie Young 75 82 acres W A McHargue 216 6u acres O Harris 186 Macros W Harris 1111 acres James Hkldmoro 2CJ 0 Richardson 3 W lint U house and lot In Kings 85 lot belonging to Jos McCormick 75 W M MURPHY District Collector Officers J I BOOKER Prist IMI IT DAimtf V tree 11 McKOBKKTS Obt W Q TTKARKNAssl Ohn Directors 1 Reid Danetlle IT Harris Btinforfl J I pocks Sunforfl K L Tanner HeKlnntr M 0 Elmer Stanford U II ojbmsD Stanford T P Ulll Stanford Jas Robinson IlubblrJ II Baus hman Stanford J M Pettns Stanford 0 L Tate Stanford county have a AND COLLECTED Any Hank Estate general Lincoln oclock J MaIn L N TIME TABLE NotlHouthllt2lpH NoZJHoUtlllJU r I- INotI North OTA x No St North JUT P x P JOS 8 RICE Agent TR1BBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 r