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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1907 NO 00 CHURCH MATTERS Rev 0 Badjjloy of Cleveland hns preached 6000 sermons Thero will bo no preaching at the Methodist church Sunday Versailles Baptist church is to have a 4000 Sundayschool addition- J W Shepherd of Nashville will preach at the church on Lincaste street next Lords day and night Louisville District Conference is In session at Columbia and there are be tween 250 and 300 preachers and laymen there Trinity Episcopal Cathedral one of the most magnificent church structure In America was dedicated In Cleveland 0 The edifice cost 1000000 Remember that tho splendid Baptlo t church at Brodhcad will be dedicate next Sunday Rev II C flow will preach the dedicatory sermon Southern Baptist contributions for home missions to Scptcmbcrshowanin crease of 51 per cent Of the 31725 26 Kentucky Rave 3705 39 Georgic was thd only State that gave none The hours for worship at tho Presbj terion church on next Sunday will bo 1045 A M and 700 r M Sunda School at 030 A M and Christian En deavor Society at 630 r at Mornini subject What Is Christianity Evening subject Heaven Its Joys Service Shall wo Know Each Other There The Rev J I Yandlo will preach at Willow Grove School Hous at 4 00 PM on next Sunday A cor dial Invitation Is extended to all to at tend these services With Rev Sanford Logan of Wit more preaching a protracted meeting will corn menco at the Southern Prcsby torlan church on Monday evening which may lost through two weeks Special preparations era being made by the church in anticipation of agio rious revival and a wakening of the membership and those outside the church Mr Logan Is one of the best known ministers of his denomination ir the State He has been remarkably blessed In the revivals which ho has conducted for the put two or three years and is making quite a reputa tlan as a revivalist and is In much demand Mr Crowe the local putor will s assist Mr Logan throughout In the meeting which is looked forward tc with the keenest anticipation by the membertFrankCort Journal Rev R R Noel hands us the follow ing Am just in from my churches Grove Olive and Wayneaburor Thirty days 60 additions 43 by baptism had splendid help from Rev E L An drews and J M McFarland The spir it of the Lord was present Churchct revived although sickness death and the weather got In their work We bless God take courage and move for 4 ward I go to Brodhcad next Lords day D V Will bo with the salnU in the dedication of their new houso of worship This was my charge for five years and a better people God never let the sun shine on Deacon Albright says ho ts going to kill the fatted calf Cant yo editor go up with us 7 Will do you good come Dr J G Bow of Louis ville preaches the sermon We may continue a few days with the pastor in a meeting A Humano Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 100 West Main St says I appeal to all persons with weak lung to take Dr Kings Now Discovery the only remedy thai has helped mo and fully comes up to the proprleto s recommendation It saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Usod as it cougl and cold cure the world over Ci res asthma bronchi- tist whooping ct ugh quinsy hoarseness and phthla c stops hemorragcs of the lungs taul builds them up Guaranteed at I nnys Drug Store LOc and 31 Trl I bottle free Johnnys father going into the stable saw Johnny sitting on the horses back with slate and pencil in his hand Why son what are you doing ho askedWriting a composition was the replyBut why dont you write it In the houseBecause answered the little fel low the teacher told me to write a composition on a horse and I am doing itseel One of tho worst features of kidney trouble Is that It Is an Insidious dis ease and before ttu victim realizes his danger ho may havo a fatal malady Tako Foloys Kldn y Cure at tho first I sign of trouble as it corrects Irregularities and prey rats Brlghts die ease and diabete Pennys Drug Store The Missouri rail pads claim tho two centfare law has cast them 1600000 t during tho three mohths it has been in operation FOR SALE66 n e feeding cattle G J Bohon Hu3tonille Ky 3t KINGS VILLE Anyone having piano box upright for sale will please address Miss E M Creighton Kingsvillc Ky The coldblooded murder hero of Mr Hal Vandivier of Harrodaburg by Harve Watts of Nemo Tenn cast sickening gloom over this community Mr Vandivlcr was a noble fellow and although he had been hero but little over a month he had many acquaint anew To know him was to love him expresses the sentiment of tho community Ills popularity was re markable and increasing daily lie seemed from tho first to desire to make r ends and made them readily If ho hud any grave faults they had not been discovered He never spoke an unkind word of any one nor made an unpleas ant comment On the other hand he saw only the good traits bf the people around him Ho was of unusually hand some personality big and Imposing looking weighing 204 pounds He wad 32 years old lie was quite original am of a very jovial nature Even the children were fond of him and mingled their tears with those of elder hearts lie spent his last evening until 1130 with a small party of friends at thi homo of your correspondent andsince his residence in Klngsvillo wo had nev or seen him in a more jovial mood 110 was the life of the crowd biswitty remarks and good humor keeping a con tinuous flow of laughter and merriment Ho returned Monday from a brief visit to his aged parents at Harrodsburg and some one enquired if ho had a pleasant visit Why certainly I saw my fatji er and mother and was so rejoiced that his mother was improving In health May God comfort them In their terrible sorrow and help them to bear it to tho end for He alone can Public opinion hero is very strong against Mr Watts It was such pitiable crime because there was no provocation The victim did not know and therefore did not understand tho desperate character ho had to deal with and not being fore warned was not forearmed and had no way of protecting himself It seems so particularly sad that ho should have been killed for simply complying with a request as he was ever ready to do ev ery favor that was asked him no mat ter how greatly It may have Inconven ienced himself lie lived much for oth ers and if he had a fault it was too lit tie consideration for self Tho murder occurred Thursday at 3 r M and death ensued 16 minutes la ter Mr B P Shewmaker of More land came and conveyed tho remains of his Brotherinlaw to Moreland and thence to Harrodsburg Owing to the reunion tho town was almost depopu fated but all that tender hands could do was done during the last moments of this young man shot down in his glo rious young manhood Miss Blanche VanDeveer of Stan ford who is teaching here adjourned her school and was the first woman to reach tho depot She combed his hair and did nil she could for his poor remains ELIZABETH M CREIGUTON About Advertising A man can livo without advertising So can a wagon be drawn without wheels but it would take a mighty strong pair of horses to pull it along for any length of time Just so with a business There was a time when advertising was scarcely known as man could do without it but a firstclass merchant nowadays knows by experience that advertising pays lie knows that when ho goes to buy any thing himself from a cigar to a threshing machine it is usually an advertised article or ho naturally believes that the maker is afraid of the limelight of publicity When an article Is really salable tho cost of advertising Is lost in tho increased amount of sales that it makes To bo on the safe side always insist on buying advertised articles Attack of Diarrhoea Curd by One Dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy- I was so weak from an attack of llarrhoea that I could scarcely attend to my duties when I took a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and llarrhoea Remedy It cured me en iroly and I had been taking other medicine for nine days without relief I heartily recommend this remedy as icing the best to my knowledge for towel complaints R G Stewart of tho firm of Stewart Bro Green vlllo Ala For sale by all druggists The following statement was given out by Justus Goebel at Phoonix Arizona The prosecution which has been conducted without abatement of nthusiasm for eight years will bo conducted as long as there is a Gocbel young or old alive and until the guilty persons have been brought to justice Vo will get W S Taylor sooner or laterlai ho cannot always find an any Mrs Joseph Donlnger was gored to Loath by a cow near Evansville Ind NEWS NOTES Four horses belonging to Luther Cot oner of Columbia were burned In his barn near Columbia Earthquakes during tho night of September 22 and September 23 damage many houses and churches at Guatemala City Sam Berryman was arrested at Lex- Ington and brought to Richmond on the charge of criminally assaulting his brothers wife Two Missouri Kansas and Text freight trains collided headon at Evansville Mo and four members of the crews were killed Harman Scott a prominent farmc of Harlan county was assassinated John Walter and Tom Middleton oro in jail In default of bail charged with the crime John W Font president and treat urer of the Monarch Cotton Mills ond largely interested in many importer enterprises at Union S C was found dead in bed- Probably all the living members oC tho staff of William McKinley when ho was governor of Ohio will be present at the dedication of the mausoleum ot Canton next Monday William Marconi is at Glaco Bay Cape Breton to make preparations for the establishment of a transatlanti wireless communication between Can ada and Great Britain At Jackson Ed Callahan was arrested on a warrant sworn out by hit brother Roger charging complicity In the murder of Dr B D Cox Callahan gave bond and was released The influx of Chinese to Jamaica is R serious matter One section of the press at Kingston is urging the govern ment to take steps to prevent their landing as being detrimental to local tradeOne of the witnesses for the prosecu tion in tho trial of Senator Borah ol Boise has admitted that he agreed to commit perjury at the alleged instance of a Federal official who promised him immunityAt Standard Oil hearing in New York it was testified that Standard accountants audited the account of the WatersPierce 011 Company when that corporation was forced to close up Its business in Texas Oscar Kondert formerly cashier of the First National Bank of Bator Rouge La is missing while United States officers are searching for him with a warrant charging him with a defalcation of 60000 It was announced in Boise that former Gov Frank Steunenberg was one of the men indicted with Senator Borah on tho charge of conspiracy tc defraud tho Government of valuable timber lands Steunenberg being rep resented in tho indictment as John Doe Tho Jamestown Exposition directors have adopted resolutions indorsing DI- rector General James M Barr and ask ing him to reconsider his resignation It looks like a signal victory for Mr Barr over President Tucker and the friends of tho latter admit Mr Barr has a working majority in the board John D Archbold denies that a reorganization of the Standard Oil Co is contemplated A member of the cor oration however was quoted as say- Ing in New York I can say that as soon as tho Standard Oil Company has reed itself from the litigation now pending there will be a reorganization The capital stock will be increased to- an amount more in harmony with the value of its assets say to 400000000 or 1500000000 rMATRIMONIAL James Eason and Miss Pattie Naylor were maniedat Lancaster William Turner aged 20 and Miss Pearl Carter 18 were made one at the ourthouso Wednesday by Judge War enCounty Clerk Cooper issued license Wednesday to J C Hart of Bristol Tenn to marry Miss Mamie D Moore at Danville At the courthouse Wednesday Grad dy Lewis and Mrs Julia Hill a widow of 32 were joined heart and hand by Fudge R C Warre- nThamberlains Cough Remedy One of tho 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 nd croup and can always bo depended upon It Is pleasant and safe to take md Is undoubtedly tho best In tho market for the purposes for which It Is Intended Sold by all druggists At tho Buster sale In Boyle thoroughbred mares brought to 200 colts from 50 to 115 yearling mules 108 yearling sugar mules 125 work mules 300 to 100 a pair 50 shoats at 5021 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Dr J W F Parker l dead at Somerset aged 74 James Noel a wellknown farmer of Mercer is dead of typhoid fever The public school at Williamsburi has been compelled to close on accoun of scarlet fever- J S May has bought the handsom new Hunn residence on College Street for 3000 and has moved to ItSomer set Republican Miss Ida Preston died at the homo of her parents near Lancaster aged about 18 years She had been a sufferer for severalmonths from tuberculosis The jury in the case of Tinsley Stew arts administrator against the L N railroad returned a verdict in the Boyle circuit court for tho plaintiff granting damages in the sum of 12000 Stewart was killed at Gravel Swith about n year ago while engaged as a brakeman Mrs Rose Griflin arrived here from Jackson county where she was arrest cd on a charge of moonshining Deputy United States Marshal Mullins put her on the train and directed her to go to the Richmond jail which she didalone and without bond says a Richmond dispatchThe brick building known as The Kindrick Corner is being torn down to make room for a twostory stonefront bank building of modern style which it Is said will cost about 15000 The old building was built in tho year 1852 for Judge J S Kin drick Somerset Republican A Richmond dispatch says that suit was filed in the Circuit Court there by Mrs Rose Ballard as administratrix of John Ballard praying judgment for 25000 in which the Louisville and Nashville Railroad is made defendant Tho petition alleges that John Bollard was killed in the machine shops owned and operated by tho defendant at Cor bin while in their employ which was caused by a prank perpetrated upon him by an apprentice in said shop- S M Wilhite City Controller has returned to Richmond Va where he attended tho annual meeting of the Na tional Association of Controllers and Accountants Ho said that the meeting was a most instructive one and that all the delegates were accorded Ehe most courteous treatment while there Louisville he said has an excellent chance of landing the next annual con vention of the association Its nearest rival is St Paul The next place for holding tho convention is to be decided upon by tho Executive Committee composed of all the officers of the asso ciation Courier Journal- A Hamilton 0 dispatch says Two young men whose dead bodies were found in the St Charles Hotel were identified as John Leavcll 25 years old and Benjamin Marsee 24 years old young farmers of Garrard county Ky living in tho some neighborhood near Lancaster There is little doubt that death was accidental and was caused by the unfamiliarity of tho boys with gas fixtures It is certain that they had no motive for suicide as neither was married nor involved in any com plications so far as their friends know Advices from their homes state that Leavell and Marsee who have been chums for years left their homes early Sunday morning and took an excursion from Lancaster to Cincinnati expect ing to return in the evening One re turn coupon was found in their clothI ng Why they came to Hamilton is not known How To Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis are hose who are habitually constipated 01no Laxative Fruit Syrup cures hronlc constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno axatlve Fruit Syrup does not nause ito or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store- S a S The Alton railroad will not be prosecuted in connection with the Stan lard Oil rebate cases in Chicago Attorney General Bonaparte made a notion in tho UnitedJlStates District Court that the special grand jury called to consider the connection of the Alton oad with tho granting of rebates bo discharged Judge Landis did not dis I miss the jury as there were other mat- ers he desired investigated but in truded it to take no further steps in tho Alton case The Touch That Heals Is the touchof Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the happiest comblnatlonjof ArnI- ca flowers and healing balsams over impounded No matter how old tho- sore or ulcer is this Salvo will cure It For burns scalds cuts wound- sr piles its an absolute cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 25c Senator Knoxjwaa formally Indorsed for the republican nomination for Pres- Ident by the Pennsylvania State League of republican clubs at Harrisburg Crossett Shoes I sAre 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 em Just a appreciate we ha- veSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY LEXINGTONOCT 818 r 100000 STAKES AND PURSES22000 Kentucky Futurity Oct 8 5000 Trnneylvnnla Oct 10 1500 2Minuto Pace Oct 12 143OOOOno or More Stakes Daily WEBERS SEP BANDBLANCHE B MEHAFFEY Soprano HALF RATES ON ALL RAILROADS the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPE- ROIREOTORSI J B Oftsloyj Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wayuesburg Ky Hss VEDComfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bath rooniwith 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 Books Wall Paper 1FoorW B MoRoberts wr DRUGGIST STANFORD I compoundedl The Interior Journal E Co WALTON i JOHN J MOSER Is cnndldnte for Jnlllr ot sMoln connt t lubject to tho action of till lmocrllt e party L M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of IJncoln county knbject to thu action of the Ittmocratlo party JAMES C HAYS Ii n candidate for Jailer of coullt inbject to the notion of the Democratic party D C ALLEN II a cnndldnto for Arseftsor of Lincoln coun ty subject to thu notion of tile Democratic partyDemocratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Beck hamFor GovernorS W Hager For Attorney JOeuoral John K HendricksFor Superintendent Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor itorll M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clerkl of Court of Appeal John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks ZiON CITY always the center of reo ligious fanaticism and imposure under Dowie grows steadily worse since his death It is developing shocking criminality and is breeding a subdi- visIOn of Dowieites who are Impelled by spirits to strangle people Arrest and the prospect of a trial for murder lead them to confess that they have been imposed upon by bad spirits whose character they had mistaken They supposed they were casting devils out of a poor paralyzed woman but they realize now that the devils were in them inciting them to com alt a coldblooded murder Evidently it is high time that the State of Illinois broke up the whole settlement Until his mind failed Dowie had a certain amount of common sense which led him to keep the fanaticism of his dupes within bonds Now he is gone they are without control IN a speech at the Nashville Home- Coming Gov Folk of Missouri declare ed that the time was ripe for the Democrats to return to the principles of Thomas Jefferson dwelt upon the evils attendant on a protective tariff and also called attention to the growing inroads of Federal power into matters which should properly be entirely within the jurisdiction of the States themselves IN his speech at Leitchfield Wednes day Samuel W linger the democratic nominee for governor made plain his position in regard to the situation He denied that he had brought out Owen Tyler as a candidate for mayor or had done anything except urge that a fair primary be held He said the democratic voters of Louisville had made Mr Tyler the nominee without dicta tion from anyone COL BENNETT H YOUNG of Louis ville opened the democratic campaign in Woodford county with a speech dun ing the course of which he read letters from prominent Confederate veterans in 28 counties bearing upon Mr A E Willsons claims to a large percentage of the Confederate vote A majority of the letters read state that the Con feds are all right and will stamp un der the rooster- WILLIAb1 R HEARST has given out a statement in New York denying that he is a candidate for the presidency and asserting that ho could not con ceiveof any conditions under which he would be willing to become a candidate THE CourierJournal seems to be about as proud of ExGov Bradleys opening speech at Princeton Tuesday f as the republican papers are It de voted over 12 columns of its Wednes days edition to it POLITICAL Gen Cecil Clay general agent of the Department of Justice died suddenly in WashingtonGeorge Internal Revenue Collector for the Sixth District was found dead in bed at Newport Daniel A Ryan an attorney was nominated for Mayor by the Republican municipal convention in San Francisco Republicans of Boyle county will meet in Mass Convention in the court house in Danville Oct 5 for the pur pose of nominating a candidate for the Taft is to travel from Vladivostok to Moscow a 10 days journey in a tralndeluxe which will consist of diner observation car and three sleepers This will be in the midI die of November and special including fruit and vegetables on the train at different points At St Petersburg the Secre wry be the guest of the Czar Attorney C C Williams Speedily And Justly Acquitted MT VERNON Sept 25Attorney C C Williams had his examining trial to day before Judge L W Bethurum on the charge of shooting and killing- S Dr W Adkins Judge T Z Morrow HonD J Bethurum of Somerset and Judge John W Brown of tho lo cal bar represented Mr Williams while S D Lewis county attorney acted for the Commonwealth The courthouse was packed even tho isles and space within the bar being filled by friends and admirers of the attorney Mrs Susan Butner Miss Fanny But ner Master James Thompson son of F L Thompson and Mrs S W Ad kins the only eye witnesses were all introduced by the Commonwealth and all stated in substance that Mr Wil llama was standing at the gate at the residence of Mrs Susan Butner engage ed in a conversation with her about some business matters when DrAd kins passed going in the direction of Mr Williams residence He went only a short distance after passing the Butner residence and immediately retraced his steps and just as he got op posite the gate against which the at torney was leaning he made a very in suiting statement to the attorney Mr Williams turned to him with the admonition to him to pass on that he wanted no trouble Dr Adkins immediately rushed upon him striking him in the face with his left hand while reaching for his pistol with his right- But Williams was quicker and his aim was better for he quickly drew his pistol and fired the fatal shot which took effect in Dr Adkins breast two inches to the left of the heart the ball passing through the lower part of the right hip As quick as a flash both men reached for and grabbed the others pistol in an endeavor to prevent ono from shooting the other It was a struggle to the death and each did his best to take the life of the other In the struggle both men fell to the pavement and finally into the street in their terrible conflict Finally friends came the shot having aroused the whole town Mr Williams was found on top with his knee on Adkins chest while with his left hand he gripped the doctors pistol and the doctor held Williams pistol each making every effort to shoot The sheriff and jailer hear- Ing the shot rushed to the scene to find the men still struggling Mr Williams asked the officers to take Dr Adkins pistol which they did whereupon he released his hold on Adkins arose and walked away and Adkins was carried to his office later being taken to the home of Willis Adams at which place attorney refused to ask for an acquittal upon the Commonwealth testimony though the court held that he was entitled to it but took the witness stand himself and detailed the tragedy and all the facts leading up thereto It was a statement that won the sympathy and admiration of the vast audi ence that listened with bated breath to every word that fell from his lips Ho told of the filing of the suit and the Immediate visit from the doctor to his office demanding that he force his client to settle the alimony claim for a mere pittance and upon his refusal of th threat the doctor made He detailed with telling effect how the doctor had stopped him upon the street and told him if he did not make his wife settle the alimony claims he the doctor would take Williams life of the frequent insulting remarks made in the presence of others and of his vicious looks when meeting him on the street while his hand rested on his pistol Some eight or 10 men were summoned as witnesses who had heard the doctor make threats against the attorney but they had no opportunity to testify as the Commonwealths own testimony had so completely vindicated the attorneys actions that the county attorney upon the conclusion of Mr Williams testimony said in part I do not believe under this testimony that a con- vIction could or should be had in this case The attack came front the deceased and tho defendant had a perfect right to act I therefore ask on behalf of the Commonwealth that this case be dismissed and that the defendant be discharged Judge Bethurum concurred in the opinion of tho prosecuting attorney and immediataly ordered the release of the defendant Nearly the entire audience came forward and heart ily congratulated Mr Williams upon his just and speedy acquittal Every attorney of the Stanford bar tendered his services to Mr Williams as did many other able lawyers throughout the State Many prominent businessmen of Lincoln and other counties wrote him letters of sympathy and also offer ed any assistance within powerE Lamo Back This is an ailment for which Chum berlains Pain Balm has proven es tally valuable In almost every Instance it affords prompt aud permanent relief Mr Luke LaGrange of Orange MHi says of it After using a plaster and other remedies for three weeks for a bad lame back I purchased a bottlo of Chamberlains Pain Balm and two applications ef fected a cure For sale by all drugs FOR SALEA row tarctfon engine one separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at fOe per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on ac count 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 SI 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 cary ing pastel and place cards Charlotte L Warren MEN WANTED Fifty white men for shop work in Freeport III Must hayo good habits Steady work Send two cent stamp for particulars to W H Hall No 90 Winncshelk Street Free port III Had Totter for Thirty Years I have suffered with totter for thirty years and have tried almost countless remedies with little if any relief Three boxes Chamberlains Salve our od me It was a torture It breaks out a little sometimes but nothing to what it used to doD H Beach Midland City Ala Chamberlains Salve is for sale by all druggists PARKERS HAIR BALSAM and bnMifef VPm4 nlriln fnjtb OryIltlrCum r h diwftM JfeiMtliu l nnu Attention Please I Any hon lt personthsiring lmvomr or isrmauentetuplormuntshoukltw HI l O nd dress Wnynesburg Ito It F Il No OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly White a Mill HIII beun thoroughly renovated anti Is now lu tine condition to malm the liett of Klour Mwil Etc Iuttum grinding done on one b TirKsOAV und FRIDAY Will grind for the toll in formerly Ole mo n trhd- v II SMITH Proprietor Oruu Ky FOR SALE I If not told privately Ixfor bond I will on MONDAY OT1I1M county court day offer for utle In front of the court hotue door my residence situate on Logan Avenue In This U ono nl tho bust oUt frame budding In th town containing 8 room and two eel tars The house in repair recent ly covered and painted A Rood cistern right nt the door itndn large barn on the premlne Terms made known on day of Mil- eJHOWHLKYJU 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tacky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing hilt firstclass Companies Ilcprc Ecnted Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY DEAD GAME If you will bring your luntnnd Ilevolver to me and let me put them In ilrttclai XIrlellctRazor Blades Forrols on IWalking Canos and Re Umbrellas Make n specialty of fitting nil kinds of keys to nil kinds of lock alt klmli ruimlrliiK un bicycles and keep in ttoak sill kinds of lilcy clo repairs Ulve men trial and you will be fntUNed cOIn MAY 131 X Third St Danville Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms balls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farms well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next 60 days ft cash balance to suit purchaser For further formation in regard to this farm write L K Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Public Sale of Blue Grass FarmStock Implements Etc On account of Illhealth I have decided to soil my tarps on- THUIWUAYOOT MW consisting of acres of land situated on the Boinersut pike threw milts iron Hum ford half mile from n new school honse and onu tulle trait union church The dwell hilt U nluuly located on an elevated wlLll II view of two pikes and railroad and contains Broomi with bnlgi porches etc elsturn at kitchen door and a neverfalling well Hood buggy house coal house and hen house A splendid concrete collar with Ice lions cold storage and smoke house coin blued ono of the Iwst burn In the county water pliwd through It three floors bane nifiit two largo sheds nine stalls room for more than OOluiid of large cattle and 1U shell besides horses end hogs Tho land Is under n high Htitle of cultivation with crfcka ponds springs running through tllTimothycountyfhlstracts with aw acres and Improvements In ono and 87 acre land other tract A pair of IdehlllJllyellrohl nmre mules hOIIfnrmlngstile1URHIAY usIwJ E LYNX Stanford Ky No charge for exnuutlntion orseleutllh ly ryes tottnte ulethale lr ncrlptUm glasses ground to order et workstyle trnim or ikelxtoii mountings cord olnterial gUllrllllhll snlldncto lunUd llUltpUVllligradual d optumetrytt Public Sale of Livery Outfit Having dwlded WI we wilt otter our lItilU livery outfit for sale to the hljth o l bidder on HATITUDAY HK1T 2 Itttq coiulitlng of J work hones 10 good bungles goodurt1iYIIldrUIllIl14lf WII1101ll n BROHS sets doublehnrueesSsets witrtunhernest 7 buggy heaters whips rugs untl dusters orI uuitiyt other tuwllll tags too tedious tu mention Torlll uadr known on llay of tale Will nlso rent barn until Jnli lniM HOONK WALL Htunford Ky Joseph 3244 Vol Is pure bed awl has twin accepted for n g tslrylit the tint volumv uirbe Amerletin Tnmwlrth ttwlne ltrcunl Ascelntlun Jlook lnirder tI1 ruttsof the aaatietatiati and In Not ll iimitMiw Kklwnrd No ati dam Alexmidra No ttx Hire of Hire Manic r Olirt line No data of HlrvCHumlmn SIIII2I1I1 Nlr or dam Kenluckv lie lDM o lft1 Ihlll of dam Uulden o It is well known thnt the Tnmworth swlnr li the highest ou till nmrkvt Hlr sir Kuwnrd weight JW6 nt y r ukl tntd for Inuit his daub Ixlllldm weight t1 1011- 1lor Ut Ills wwlsbiMSat ii iunnthL crisss well with every t I will Itaml htm tli II cask JunS oooK Htiiuford Ky PUBLIC SALE I SuoI Tb 0154o5ndto nttanWhuteOil lot FHI1 AYCKT 41W1C f ntH blue IIrno farm H tulles voit- iiuttutlwunelntfluirotir pine and Unruen 01 neJWI of richtor HtlUoUI all Inblue beulp or IOtalceo lurid grays This farm Mil be squally dlvidcd J udvnntago so as to luuve a analoutbulkling- Thu cnoh piece also nooc11 harm lsye nl11ulst In II IWlunru out Olle angle In lies Theru are lures stock tiara stuiriv tenanttolmeco burn x house good vruterluevury flew six tasting sprints 8 ttreunu running through whole tract J STEEIK IlustunvUI OInK FR h- yPOSTED Wewhose Daniel sppear below trtcll- lorhlll hunting ilsldng ur ay kind of Ire nlld will prosecute v passing on our olntors to the full extent of the law Itwiebenbaah lireFred VonOruenlgun Fred A VoHlru nlgan Km itiiuinanu UorK e iluimei- K Itclchenuicn Joui Ihillou M J liulinaan MUIfnnorsIhsvidI 1Nuuneihy IhrlitlimUrayton JOCuriwmer Ham Diiniurou uuvrrdletaaFrcdW LUordltr iMmpnlnol 1eter llitlmer J ll Green W It Duugher Karmur J E IIruceIlnk itprutt FOuverv K AinonJ K Martinj W ivok lever A Paxton Haluuelldutlsay Martin K Oonller MOM terrySt Mrs lnrv IStltr imuiotHlugtson MK Ijiwrence Reuben urtle JH Hooker J M Hettus Notice of Election ttnn Llncolll count fiscal court lion It Ummiu 11ldl- ng blttl prItr11rf h J A adder tollIcure IIr W M Uudderar and U R Adauu Justice W M uMerrmoved by bo it follow was ing action lietnkrn by W iscourt county nt itt- ubruury of lincohiTh grand jury llicolu ClrClllt tern toe of hit I1 n new cour- touteforLttlcolncuuntyund It IIpIInrln- to tutu littllO thcUO Is utsute unU Inuil house noW In usecuurt unnlnc and pno- vutlon the publicIUUI6 fur lIord It la ordr- l of the Ill the hum of thirtylive- rousuddulare1wauggemted its Ul suet II lOectiontlw isfurther ordllrt thot Irul olln- Kpctnclln held IIIItI ii bli cold COli lit th lit un Tlleadll do or the next geoern- lectlunutwhlchth13npproprlnllutt nbeve Ierroil Incoln COIIII tor tlwr IIIpro1I1 or rejection The Hherttf of Idncoln county is directed said olecltun for ut lutist thirty to udtfUle tlteday thenof lii the tcrlor tin Is next before neIIolrIl- ublhhed In Lincoln count IIlId thll holdtoarecers of am election uiinu hours oat they tlio are HhlchetectlotituidtIwhtldandty ulllcvrn cOlldutl KnerulltctlOIi Ittw Iii held force lu title Hlule nt the tcusetoierlittohthrouniinimlt loti to tee u1 tn sold favor of tar IIJlJlfO- IIrlllUolI IIlId figures Are you tn courtor IMJUI for bullding n new aces for thll ofright settle olle for tore hrvoring the upIiroprhitlun to lit des for von l by tllu word ylIgnut to Lit dolgthe npproprlutlontlf8 opOaulg said lJIerk- Ihllll nuhd hy word Ch prJlnrc byoicctlorliISUlut hKentucky Hlatues the requisite number or legal untd trdmdt that this Lltcolugcouuty to court cuuae till tlltl a11tmint or s to ho reparedexecut underandesuodon printed rOrll1l Id lelll of th COUllty of Llncolll to CountylMtJourt and mterslgned by the Ulerk of said Court to bearer lit Ullcolll Oouuty Nil IIUIIUIIlIlIlc or Kentucky which elt tlanfourpe tentitiaJubleseuiltitinuul Iy lit Litteulu eoullollllhllll at hedtt saidbond b of Court IIIIId bonds shalltOUIIVthe Lincoln Merles Aaeries toIt00 Isallell lit three Herles A unit n and Hrls UtHorlel tun thousand dollars of etdd hOlld- ahnll cunh5t of twenty lxIlit for the sou of seach uud nuulattWl thauwutddollars rll U consisting of ten Ir shall oil lstoftauntaddbuildsof iunl Bred rum It to lor the lfteen tbuu- IImlllollllrl HerllIIlIhruclngturd thIrty hOlltl of1Ct0 ench nblriutnband from to landaeabrncedIn Herltll A shall- ndsittertsevenyourlstfrontIM theilnluof In paynhloandUnIr elrslromllllll ami thobomli emtOil ir Hi Mcrle lI shall Iw nxleenmhle pleasuruof tile Court oi and ten thtl lIuo anti duollIrB rrom ditto of their the saidIIlId payable bonds omhrllceLll1I Merles O date bo rcdeemablo nt of theSim Ooart on and after fifteen years from the tloto of their lssnu stud duo and payable twenty years from the said date A copy attestOF013 coOPKIl Clerk jjy K D Iennlngton D 0 r Ladies Shoes t 0 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 Itti ways JUST a LITTLE BETTER and the con struction of the ULTRA i makes it HOLD ITS SHAPE BETTER than any other Shoe Our stock is made up of Shiny 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 250feastele H J McJROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Ponpadour Perfume It costs more but you do not have to use as much and it lasts longer so that it really is cheaper Try it and you will always use it 100 per ounce PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky y r J1or gale by GEO II FARRIS Stanford t 13 l I I P u BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong teachers in all departmentsHigh School On niiunr Interme diato Primary Music Cooking nnd Sewing Only three p laces left in the dormitory nnd cottages hut good homes in tho town are often to students Terms Board nud tuition 810500 Tuition alone 830 820 815 For v catalogue adkecaitMISS IDA M TAYLO Principal Mout It Vernon Ky AMERICAN 111153- iiatlIIOo Com Co Miktrt CORSETS No better evidence of service and comfort than the ever increasing sales of American Lady Corsets A shape for every figure and price for every purse flew Ginghams Parcalas Quadriga Qlcth- Flannelettes i Calicoes BTNFO1r KY HKIT 27 1907 EEC our window for hl reduction sale of box papers roc and 2Cc boxes now 18c to make room for now stock t Pennys Drug 6 Store PERSONALS Mips LENA DAUNBTT la quite skic Dins JAMES M PHILLIPS contlnu very III DUNN GOODE is threatened with ty phptd fever Miss MINNIE WOODB Is visiting rell1 lives at Paint Lick Mil AND MRS C II COL IAN wore In Loulnvillo this week Ii BARRY DBOWN9TBIN Of LouUvIll WAS with Sam Goldstein MRS PALLJB Atua of Lexington Is with Mrs Joseph Coffey MR MILFORD HALL has moved back t to Rowland from Louisville AliTllUR MILLaR who has been so III of typhoid fever is convalescing I Mns J P STBPHBNBON has returned from a visit to relatives in Missouri Dli ClIILDKBBS of Livingston was hero with Dr E J Rrown this week Mns SIIBLTON M SAUFLEV and Bon s went to Middle bo ro yesterday to vlBlt her sister Dn J W ACTON and Mr M Green Murphy of Klngsvillo paid this oll1co a call Tuesday MRS WM SEvnnANcn is assisting In f Severance Sons store during tho busy fall season Miss MARY D CARTER left Mondr night for Council IluTs la whore Ihe will teach again MRS J Ah HAMILTON of Kentucky University Lexington was tho guellt of Miss lllanco VanDeveer Misses HOSE AICOIIN and Stella Rur Icy will leave today for Council Bluff la where they will teach this year MESSRS J W WILLIAMS Adam Pence Harry Winfrey Duncan and Dr J E Tyler went on tho Mammot Cavo excursion Miss CLAUDIA EATON who graduate from tho Stanford Graded School In May last has entered CampbelMIagci man College Lexington DRS J G CARPENTER Stanford J T Wesley Mlddleburg I S Wesley Liberty and L F Hammond Dunn vine aro in town Adair News HARDIN S YOUNO of Science Hil orders his paper changed to Kcnncsav Neb where ho has located Ho live at Highland tho first years of his life DR J E TYLER is taking a low weeks recreation and Mr Juno II Held of HuBtonville Is staying in the Stanford Drug Cos store in his stead Miss MAUDE CARTER will leave to- morroW for Indianapolis where sho will teach in the School for the Deaf lIer guest Miss Olive Hawkins will return with her MRS DAVID MCFARLAND of Lexington and Mrs Calcrow of Nicholas villc sisters of Mrs Lucy Holtzclaw are visiting her and other relatives In this section NEWS comes from Tucson Arizona that n littlo daughter has blessed the union of Mr and Mrs II B I urges The mother was Miss Lenna Hobbs of tho East End of this county 11 G BIUDOEWATER formerly ol Morcland but now connected with the Frisco lino with headquarters at Birm- Ingham1 has our thanks for a copy of Tho Frisco Man a handsome monthly publication gotten out by that road MESSRS HARRY JACOBS and R W Harris of McKinney are hero setting t up tombstones over tho graves of Mrs Robert Blain mother of Mr J A Blain of Hustonvillo and William B Phillips son of Mr and Mrs J M Phillips ot this place MIDSHIPMAN R C SAUKLEY returned today to tho Naval Academy This Is propably Mr Saufloys last visit to his homo for several years as ho graduates next Juno and will bo assigned to do duty on a battleship most likely in tho Asiatic squadron MR J SIDNEY ADAMS and brldo are in Danvillo with Mr and Mrs Bcechcr Adams They have just returned from- a bridal tour through New York and other Easternlpoints They will leave Saturday night for Birmingham Ala where they will bo at homo Advocate MR B B McRoDERTS of Lebanon Indiana Is the guest of his sister Mrs Josh Dunn Advocate Mr McRob erts loft Lincoln county a number of- years ago and has dono well in tho 1 II oosier State Besides making lots of money ho has held several offices of trust and honor including that of sheriff Miss GRACE GRINSTEAD arrived yesterday from Versailles to visit her sister Mrs Kathleen Beazlcy MR KENDRICK ALCORN and Miss Pattic Alcorn returned yesterday tromI Now York and other Eastern cities LOCALS RBdiSTHR Tuotdtty next Oct 1 DONT tail to register noxt Tuosda ISO New skirts at Severance Sons SPHCIAI prices Outing Cloth atI Severance Sens lon SAldl100 bushels of rye J P Cover Tumertville 4t BOONB WALLS will sell their liveri outfit at auction Saturday Sept 23 Sag tho new Broadtail Plui and Velvet Coats at Severance Sons TllEODOUB REYNOLDS will open n general merchandise store at Wayne burg noxt week JUST rcclcved a largo line of stoVOt1 and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton Foil RENT Mrs laces propert on Danville street apply to L n Hughue Stanford Ky LOST between Miss Sacrays gallery and my residence a baby necklace Ploaso return to W 0 Walker LOST leather halter between my store and E D Kennedy reaidcnc Saturday Reward J L Beazlcy FOR RENT onLancaster Street near Main Street Inquire at Muellers jewelry store 10 permonth REGISTER Tuesday you who live In tho towns of Stanford Hustonvillo and Crab Orchard or you will not bo allowe to vote on Nov 5 MRS LEVINA WEBSTER agcdOJ nnd grandmother of Mrs M M Sweeney ot this place died at Macksvillc Wash Ington county a few days ago TilE opening of the Union Depot wil be ono of the events of tho season Ev rybody should be there to see the keen and greet his friends FARMERS be sure and attend tbo Farmers Institute here next Tuesda and Wednesday Hear tho lectures They will entertain and instruct you TUB Hustonvillo Graded School tnx Is now due If not paid before Oct five per cent penalty will bo added rune H Rocker collector and treas firer FALL OPENING clSisters of Danville Ky will have their scmlan dual display of Eastern Patterns and Millinery Novelties Saturday Sept 28 ill aro cordially invited to call FINE FARM FOR SALEI havo r splendid farm of about 200 acres fo sulo It is well improved watered cnccd and nil necessary outbuildings Apply to J A Rice Moreland Ky f- tDNo1F MISsDAISY DAVIES young people ravelling secretary of the Womans bard of Foreign Missions will speak at tho Methodist church hero on Tuesday evening Oct 1st Every ono most ordlally Invited TilE Stanford Graded School foot ball team will tusslo against tho Central UnIversity freshmen on the gridiron this Friday afternoon at 3 oclock Go and cheer tho players of pigskin hero on to victory STANFORD is one of tho most enter rising towns in Kentucky Along with other enterprises it is going to have a now Union Depot All preparations nnd arrangements aro being mudo Full nrticulars will bo given later MILLSMr Henry Mills who used to live in this county died at his homo at London of appendicitis and was burled at Somerset lIe was 56 years old- and a splendid Christian gentleman His widow will move back to Lincoln sho having bought tho BIngham farm near Highland THE sting Rink will open Priday Sept 27th at 7 oclock tho season A splendid now orchestriun has been purchased the floor redress cd now skates purchased and everything is in readiness for tho enjoyable sport Tho people of this city are glv- en a cordial invitation to attend GEE ITS COOL Why not bo prepared for these cool snaps They are here every now and thqn Suits Coats and Skirts They aroopon For your inspection All the new styles from the 24inch Caracal Coat to the 50inch Cloth See the now Snits in 24inch Jackets to the long 40inch We never offered such splendid values before Come and soc SEVERANCE Si SONStanford RGCLEANED seed rye J II Baug man Co New Bolts and newVeiling at SeVe craned Sons LOT of puro upplo garfor snle Henry Anderson I SPECIAL in enamelled ware Cor Saturday George D Hopper Fon SALE50 pairs of Homing PI eons Cheap E L Reinhart WAmBO 100 to pounds of hone oy Goo C Goode Covington Ky FOR SALUA square Hazolton Bros piano Good one Mm Mary L Burcl FOLLOW crowdFriday oveninj Oct 4 They aro all going to the Union Depot Now Columbia seed wheat for sale Extra good Hustonviflo taller Mill Hustonvllle Fon SALB Ono good mall wagor Only used about three months Fred Baumann Jr St WANTBD piano mandolin and guitar pupils bcgining the third week in Seal ember Miss Margaret Lewis CONSIDERABLE frost fell yostords morning but not much damage was lone vegetation on account of tho dry weather p FALL Opening of millinery and pa tow hats and latest novelties Ladle nrc cordially invited Wednesday Oct 2 Misses Straub Tim L N will run an excursio prom this place to Louisville on Sept Dth Prico round trip 175 Trai leaves at 615 A M Tim Central Kentucky Real Estat change Title Co has farms of 100- to acres for sale at a bargain Vrite or apply for particulars and prices I WILL sell at Boone Walls sale on Saturday Sept 28 a thoroughbred Jcr sey cow giving milk and a thoroughbred Jersey bull tour months old T 1 Eads nEAR in mind that J Stcclo Carpenter will sell his good farm of 185 acre near Hustonvillo public auction on Friday Oct 4th See description ot It in our advertising columns OUR old friend Charles C McRob erts brother of Mr II J McLoberts or this place is a candidate for jailer of Oldham county and heros hoping he- w1l win There was never a betty emocrat nor a cleverer man than Charley willroundtripTim L tickets to tho Horse Show in Louisville Sept 30 to Oct 5 at 410 Tickets good till Oct 7 To Lexington Oct 8 to 18 inclusive limited to Oct 19 at 2 for tho roundtrip account tho Fal trots- Mn M D RANSDELL cashier of the First State flank of Junction City has signed to accept the cashiership of Iig bank at Independence Mo Lewi Tcincr of Paris will succeed Mr nnsdell Tho latter is very popular al unction City and ho will be given up wllh sincere regret FARMEnshiELf1 N0LinCOtn County armors Institute Stanford Tuesday nnd Wednesday Oct 12 1907 under the auspices of the State Department of griculturo and Lincoln County Far mers Club Tho following speakers will bo present M F Johnson and J A Dobin Local speakers will also boon hand and speak on subjects of interest to tho farmers Everybody vited J H Baughman president W II Shanks secretary DANVILLE Ike Pritchett gathered his second crop of strawberries this senson The berries wero fine J C CooCmnnj of Junction City in alight Ing from a freight train in the Dan- vllle yards had his left foot badly mangled beneath tho massive wheels J F- Allen tho railroad man returned yesterday from New York where ho went several days ago for tho purpose of raising 2000000 with which to finance the proposed railroad from Danvillo to ottsvillo He states that ho secured tho funds with littlo difficulty and that- the building of tho road Is now a car tnlnt Many buildings are going up nt Mitchcllsburg and tho town is on boomAdvocate PEANUT butter at W II Higgins CLOAK and suit opening at Severan Sons PIANO secondhanded for sale This office SPECIAL train to Louisville over tho L N Sunday nt 176 for tho round- trip Train leaves Stanford at 680 A M Special car for white people RlGStJY Mlis Mattie Rigsby 22 yearold daughter of Mrs Levi Dell of the East End died a few days slnco and was buried Wednesday after burial services by undertaker J L Beazley FOR RENTTho DrW Craig residence in Stanford for balance ot this year and next Eight rooms with water lights and bath Good stable Mrs C L Carter DR W B OBANNON on Wednesday removed the bullet from Jack Goode1 side The operation was a very successful one It will be remembered that Mr Goodo was shot several weeks iigo in Now Orleans 140 andreturn via Queen Crescent route from Junction City Ky Oct 818 good returning Oct 19th account of Kentucky Trots For ir 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 co handbag containing purse with albill and some change and other thing in it Liberal reward Mrs L M Goodnight Tile BOOTH FETEOno of tho prct icst most novel and delightful entertainments given in this section in man a day was the Booth Fete at the prett homo of Miss Mello Hopper in Huston vine Wednesday evening It was under the auspices of the Al Frisco Society and was for the benefit of in srior decorations of tho Christian hurch at that place Several hundred persons wero present and a snug sun vas realized The beautiful yard was mode almost as light as day with Jap mere and other lanterns and here and hero was an artistically arranged booth where good things to eat were sold by tho pretty venders At the andy booth were Mrs Rufus Lipps and Miss Rose Sandidge at the coffee and sandldgo booth Mesdames J H locker and John G Lynn presided while at tho large booth where Ice ream and cake could bo secured for he small sum of 15 cents wero Mesdames McKee Rifle and J 0 Carpenter and Miss Dollie Cabbell Miss ROSE McCormack had charge of tho grab sack and made lots of nicklcs In tent in the yard was Juanita whc Cor 10 cents told tho past present and uture of the lives of those who would extend to her their right hands This proved to bo Mrs Walter VanArsdal nnd sho did her work very much after ho order of the real palmists Drum rung for her was Mrs John B Ride dressed as an Indian girl and looking very much liko ono Tho young ladles who saw that everybody had a gooc imo were Misses Mcllo Hopper Annr teid Lou and Helen Hocker Lucy one Katherine Alcorn and many others They wero assisted by Rev Clarence anlcla Prof J M McVey Dr Owen- S Williams L M Reid V B Morse and several other gentlemen Early in tho evening an interesting musical program was rendered which was well received and vociferously applauded The first number was n piano duet by Miss loppcr and Rev Daniels next came vocal solo by Miss Kate Warriner the reading by Miss Evans Mr King Carpenter delighted his hearers with n histling solo and was followed by Prof J W Ireland of this place who song two bass solos to the delight tho largo crowd Miss Hopper gave piano number most charmingly and later Rev Daniels sang the Hunters Son as only good singers can Avo- cal quartette by Mrs Walter VanArs dall Miss Kato Worriner and Rev Dan leIs and Mr Morse completed tho delightful program after which tho booths were visited and an hour was spent in conversing During this time Miss Ella May Saunders of this place yielded to- the solicitation of many and gave a reading number most creditably It- was nearly 11 oclock when the largo scmblage began to leave and even nt- that hour they left the happy scene with reluctance NEW SHOES Ladies fine Shoes in u va riety of shapes and leathers School Shoes The kind that resist wear Mens Wear We are only satisfied to give you the best money can buye New Things in The 10 Cent Department I Lot us show you qur Fall line of Holiday Goods consisting of China Glass Vases Picture Frames Fancy Cups and Saucers Plates Bowls Etc We feel that we can give you batter values for lOc than ever before Visit us and we can show you better than We can tell you TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes 1 Phone 156 j Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKYl Autumn Suits We are now showing all the new est patterns in Mens Suits They are the Heldman make with a pile of style Correct in every detail Let us clothe you I eaareaaiat W E PerkinsCrab Orchard 1 The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re WagonnCall and See E T PENCE STANFORD IKY Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat I Try It Only 25 CentsISTANFORD DRUG CO The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford itconddatt motttr fi1UJILISUIIIO TOUSDAYB ufO r 5100 PER YEAR CASH When not 10 paId H00 will be charged j Jesse W Sweeney rBOFRIETOB Livery Fend and Sale StAblo Lancaster K- yNOTICE f t needing a Union Jack and Ire kAnyone cun leave their order with T II Jfewlnnd at Wlnnford He has one he w how you and take your order and will till the game on short jiotlce B T LUN8KOUD NOTICEOl- ympian I Springs sltuntwU miles Hputh of n Itntloll on the U H and on ron Mlddleburg pike on which hackt Sunday Is treatmentnowsopen for the of Ithetltlla tlsmTUver Kidney Ullldder and all mom aoh and Dowel Troubles llheumatlsm a specialty nt reasonable rates For particu lars and terms address FMBIMSPror RY D Box 3J Huitonvllle Ky Ea D CARTER 0 New Livery Depot Street Phone 96 5TANFoeDKENTUCK A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building The FisherHotel f Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Btreet between Borings and town y4 mile from Salt SUlphur Well same dlsiance trout lkown Sprlllg l table and cool comfortable rooms Hates ft per week INSURANCESire Accident None bat the BEST Represented Lowest POI Uble Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying Keo rtUDnequftlled Talk with BJAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there U so little difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tallorT I have a bandiome line of Hprlng A Bummer goods un make from a low price business suit tOI the nnestdress suit Overcoat Trous ors and Fancy Vests The company 1 rep Mient Is second to none H 0 RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Given Commercial Men Good Rigs at Reasonable Fares Stock Pons In Connection Also agents for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery Gasoline and Hteam Engines Threshing Machinery and Saw will pay you to see us before you buy Also commission salesmen tot all secondhand machinery J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone Home Phone 85 JLBeazleyCo f Undertakers and Embalm ore Abo Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They will4exchange Furniture for llJKinOfl of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY t FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE82 good sheep Henry Anderson Stanford wICal D W Tribble of Richmond sold the Golf farm of 435 acres in Madi son county to Jonah Wagers of Estill IIat 56 gooNto 1 We hope Mr Reid had a few dallars on him- ESTRAYEDA black Poland Chin sow weighs about 200 pounds from my place 10 days ago Reward J C Lynn Stanford ESTRAY A Poland China boar weighing about 300 pounds Left a few days ago Reward for his return W M Bright Stanford rPeyton Akin owners of County Clerk by C V Gentry and nam ed for Geo B Cooper have sold him to R L Thomas for a handsome sum An Iowa man got rid of tho thistle in his pastures by cutting them off with a hoo just as they began to bloom and then salted the stub and turned in his sheep FOR SALESplendid twoyearold black jack with white points Also some handsome yearling and twoyear old trotting bred stock S M Owens McKinney Ky J R Beazley Is at the Nashville fair with his fine string Since he left Stan ford ho refused 1000 for Sweet Marie and 900 for Tevis Carpenter both great show mares FOR SALEBy Hancock Taylor Co 236 5th Street Louisville Ky 137J acres of land five miles from Stan ford near McKinney on Queen Cres cent railroad for 1000 Write quick if you want it Wm Dulworth who is the largest ginseng cultivator in Adair county carried 148 pounds of his own growing to Louisville last week which he sold for 888 J E Snow Russell Springs bought of L P Hurt 30000 pounds of bailed hay at 72c Mr Snow also bought 30000 pounds of same quality of hay from George Stevenson at SOc Adair News An immense crowd attended the sale of the farm and effects of the late 0 J Crow at Turnersvillo Wednesday and biddingwas very spirited The farm of 160 acres was bought by John M and A L Carter at 6730 Horses sold at 100 to 260 the latter being for a Dignity Dare gelding A pair of mules brought 401 Cows 22 to 17 Corn sold at 225 shucked at the shock Household and kitchen furniture sold well Great Meeting at McKinney We have had a glorious meeting at McKinney Our church is only one year old and when the meeting began con slated of only 35 members During the meeting we had 82 additions 40 by con fession and baptism 16 restored 15 by letter and statement 10 from the Baptists one from the Presbyterians and one from the Methodists Our meeting was conducted by Rev H P Manning assisted by the pastor Rev W L Ewers Both ministers are Australians and both are students of the Bible Col lege at Lexington They are young men full of energy and zeal for the sav ing of souls Bro Mannings sermons were strong and delivered in true ora torical style which means they were devoid of affectation and presented in an earnest manner God blessed their efforts becausethey made Jesus and Him crucified of foremost importance and presented this with an eye single to Gods glory and mans good In oth er words these young brethren are filled with the spirit of God and did not in suIt God or man by thrusting themselves between their subject and the audience As the manner of sin is it seems to me that self importanco is more out of place in the pulpit than anywhere else We are sure the alma mater the fac simile of these brethren and the broth erhood at large will be proud of them and their deserved success and we are sure that many hearts were made glad by the good news which they brought tnd which will follow them through life tad rejoice in their success and sympathize with their disappointments till our final victory through Christ and hat blessed meeting in our eternal tome which our brother so graphically pictured in his sermon on the banks of Hanging Fork where we had repaired for immersion What more fitting arewell than his fervid prayer that sod would keep us all faithful until heath when He Whoso promises are al Nays fulfilled will give us the promised Crown of Life What more blessed assurance do we want that these painful good byes will not be needed there 1 Very truly J S MURPHY Health In the Canal Zone The high wages paid make it a mighty temptation to our young artisans to join the force of skilled workmen needed to construct the Panama Canal Many aro restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria It Is the knowing onethose who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they Ira safo from malarious Influencewlth Electric Bitters on haRd Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and ill stomach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 5Oc = FREE LIST AT LEXINGTON TROTS Sus FENDED Owing to thogradual Increase of the ladies free badge list at the Lexington Trots tho Association ha at length concluded to suspend same al together and charge ladies 1 for a sea son badge which amounts practically to 10 cents a day although if one day admission badge is bought at the gate I t will be 50 cents For the past for years the association has Issued between 6000 and 7000 ladies compll mentaries The seats on tho big grand stand were filled before 1 oclock and paying patrons could not find a seat hence the action of the association which hopes that it will sell at leas half as many ladies season badges as it gave away heretofore and thus help pay for the great band which it has en gaged for the ladies especial pleasure The New Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and wo recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store Colombia is yearly producing moro tobacco and will export this year nearly 1500000 pounds most of it going to Germany Undeveloped lands suitable and available for the growth of tobacco are to be found and it is believed that if the tobacco were carefully grown and treated it would be a competitor of that from Cuba and Porto Rico Lost and Found Lost between 030 p M yesterday and noon today a bilious attack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at Pennys Drug Store a box of Dr Kings Now Life Pills the guarnteed cure for bil lousness malaria and jaundice 25c j Both sides are holding out obstinately in the shoe workers strike at St Louis and no steps have been taken toward settling the controversy Healthy kidneys filter the impurities from the blood and unless they do this good health is impossible Fo loyjk Kidney Cure makes sound kid neys and will positively cure all forms of kidney and bladder disease It strengthens the whole system Pennys Drug Store The California Supreme Court has sustained the validity of the grand jury which Indicted Rue and oth ers Sick Headache This disease Is caused by a derange ment of the stomach Take a doso of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct this disorder and the sick headache will disappear For sale by all druggists PUBLIC SALE I We as administrators of Auitln Thomp son deceased will offer at public auction nt the farm situated on Martins Creek one halt nlle trout Chllton Casey county Ky on HATURUAV OCT ItIIOT the following iwrsonnl property vlat Eight nice geldings irons 3 to 7 years old 9 Jen net lyears old and over40 Hereford steers weight about 101 pounds 15 nlco hogs ui barrels of corn more or less to lit measur ed nt gathering time farming Implements consisting or twohone wagons wagon turning plows dOuLloshovelcom- bined reapemnd mower set of blacksmith tools corn Rhellera cutting boxes road curls skeleton wngon and pole platform scales forks shovels harness double bar repenting rifle I no caliberhbrlln repenting rifle and many I othernrtlclesln the Implement line Also the entire stock of dry goals gloss and queensware nnd wlrelxiot and shoes cloth ing huts and cups store fixtures such as show cases oil tanks scales and nil things found In n general store Hale will IIlAlnllt in oclock At Auction of store will continue every Hnturday from date till onllbeHffiii THOMPSON A J W GAKKIHOX Admrs of Austin Thompson UeclJ Keep Your Bowels Open It is a noticeable fact and one which any doctor will verify that pedple who suffer most often from disease are the ones who have the most difficulty la keeping their bowels open Rcgulat bowel action is half the battle of health People who have a tendency to con must of necessity use something to help nature along This should not be a violent salts or purgative waters cathartic pills or powders but a syrup liquid that will Oil the intestines and membranes that it comes in contact with Children women and weak people generally should never be given a 1breactionWhat Is needed Is a prompt but gentle laxa PepsinPeopleand It Is being better liked by more people every year The reason U that It tills a want It Is anllko anything else Results are so sure In constipation dyspepsia indigestion liver trouble biliousness flatulency tour stomach weak stomach bloated stomach and uch Ills that a cure of any of these aliments is absolutely guaranteed A bottle costs but 60 cents or tl and- worth a hundred time that to any sufferer Wise mothers keep it constantly In the house lor emergencies because It Is needed at some lamllrDrdent 01 the Working Woman Homo of Chicago tas kept her charges In perfect health by the used Dr Caldwell syrup Pepsin whenever a tom- ach complaint was brought to her attention No other laxative Is used in tho Home Buy bottle you nett today watch tho prompt and permanent result Those wlshlnc to try Or CaN wYiitiaddreittn the company Ibis oiler U to prove smite remedy do zi we claim and It only open to thou hays never taken It Send for It II you have any symptoms of stomach liver or disease Gentlest ylt most elhc1lv lolks euaranteed perrmanetdrhomi chnTHEP- UBUC VERDICT wallY so Good and Sure proouclbearsPEPSIN SYRUP SO 11 latslwell Old MoRtlMHo III NOTICE Twelve Now Webber TvroHorse Wagon wngmIJon i MoKlnney Kjr FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY ofrsouth of Utnciister containing M acres well located lu loKI ttulgitborloxl bola part of the John Wlllkr trust with a last mint now twostory sevenroom rrstiltMic thereon recently completed with nil out buildings anti mxxl new burn 4ux Well watered six never tailing sprlggennd crawl rumiiuR through TKUMS h In hand txilnnco one ami two years from dar of Sale betrlug six 1I4r cent Interest IVrsons looking for such place 1IIInloI wrlto K Mand luibullo Wnlkvr ou farm nt Iolnt Ix nvoll or W u Walker Htnufiml Ky Itnbetlo 11 M and W O Wlllklr oilit luII Ky Contra Kontuoky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No lanor on the near lllnhliimlSroom house born untloh- eroutbuildingsnlceOruhnnl Thliimiiwr ty is near chure and sellouthouse Is wIworth the price IISW No r15 actudles South of Crab Or twowloryhOIllOOIIbnrn ed uliout IIU acres of this land Is bottom land and produces line crops A bargain at- fl61U H cash balance In use nnd two years No 81111 acres on Hack Creole near Way nesburg room house lane other Ollt liulldlinis plenty of water Cash price NoIItaere near Loves Green Rock castle county Ky This farm has II now to story train Iiotre would coot to build now 1011 good burn crib de located church and school Title Is n trice home and can ls bought for fW per acre K cash ro mainder In months No 1SJ nureii nd obthlgtheabovefamineg launcroln cultivation Dwelling of I room good barn ami other outbuildings nice or clmnl One of the count 1rioe EVM half castbalance and S years No 61511 acres adjoining farms Not I and 5 1W acres In cultivation Imlance In tint lior Goat white oak hickory and some line cedar Has sitory log huso mind good oreli anl well watered Oash price MU No 7 SflOitcns near Marvtsburg Ky tat acre In cultivation good dwelling house barn und necessary outbuildings nile water and school church mutt 1L It station lrlr JlfM S cash IHIlance In one and two years NpN ill acres nearConway Ky nearly all of this rams Is bottom lend line for corn and meadow r good dwelling hou en w barn anti other buildings on county road mile trop llerea College Cash price tv u1NoPdlncre on Drakes Creek 3 tulles from Orub Orchard Thlsfarrn the pike nnd impart of the OPO Evans lonThis Is thus land and In good condition all necessary buildings Tbl Is n bargain at pat per acre No 10TH acres near Htunford Ky In nice shape w1ti1 n ueoesary bUlldlngetc can be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the- abosufarmsseuor write L 11 Hughes or James White HtnnfonlKy Notice of Election I Regular term of Lincoln county conrt haul Monday Hept91117 pnsent on uWarreajudgepresidlmg In the matter of the application of the citizens of Klngiville graded school At the last regular termot this court held n petition signed by J w- Thoullron1 W Acton II I V HttIhlln Meek It TholllpiontWill d Aand- 1v1S1Snllrr J L johnnss 1 W Urehb ton la M Haggard M U Murphy Kud Hooch Howard MweenoyT Win Allen Dick latter Hob Long Stoat Wall George Klgnvy henry Leach Murp-hyvblMudnanOIIleniryI H JnkIns II A Hlngleton W M Hlngleton T It I lor U Trusty Win M Uooch Oharly lKt1Uoochur U phyAFntnclsJA11nrt Dan tester H II Jhevolelte U I Murphy thrl hwuird George batch A Gooch Win Robert nnd J K Hull was tiled In open court Jlwlore IU Warren judge of wild court asking that a Common Hchool HUtrlct lio established with boundary as follows Ilegbsning lit John II McKee Included cd thence to Mrs Harali J Austin place In cluded thence to W M Hogue Included theniii to JW booth photo Inclulhl thence toJM Murphy Included Iheiuu to ulna Mrs Halite rullllil plneo theist to sidle post No on the N O J T I It It thence to the old Hester or Hunter plait Included thence toO L Heiikeley included tUtiico to A Hlngleton Included thence to HowiirdHwfeney Included thence to W Htull exrluclile thence lull M Powers Illace now n llllltllrd ttxrludtll thOilCO to a point mile North of mile Post N on time o SOt T P It It thence to J Ip thegrovw place excluded tlivnce to J Mo KevH the liegliinlng And Itapixnrlnglo the court that all of tho said iwtltloners are legal voters and residents of and taxpayers In tho sold proppos edUnidedrommon Hchool lilstrlct In the townofKlngsvlllen Sown In the wiiyne burg Magisterial No 8 ijnnd that tim site for the claao Ihousu U the Klngsvllle schoolhouse located In Klngsvlllo Lincoln county Ky Is certified to Iwnnil in notex cvcdlnglng S4 sluice from any portion of the boundary of the prodosed district An It further appearing that n majority of tile trusieIn each of common school districts embraced In whole or In part In Shut Graded Common Hchool district have consented to the establishment of lime sold propound Graded Common Hchool District and Imve endorsed their consent In writing IIPllellrtillCut of common COli line consented to the establishment of the said district and line endorsed his consent In writing upon the said petition iia provided by law And this tiny the said petitioner appeared In upon court and the Court num clently advised It Is ordered and adjudged thatTJ 1I111hlrI1T1bOlInd he ls hereby ordered and recle 0 a poll to be aliened In the town of Klngsvlllo Ky and nn election to be held there on the 2tth day of October 1W7 being moro than 41 days lifter the entry of thus order to take cento of time legal white voters In said pro whether there hall be levied School and collected an annual tax of DJ cents on inch HIM of proiMirty nisesned In salt Graded Common Hchool District belonging to the voters amid corporation for thu pur OanmoulichoolHchool District and for purpose of erectlngsultable building thore orlI pro vided b the common school law The ofllcers of said election will cause the timid legal ohraLIn sold proposed district to rote for 10 persons to trustees of same provided sahl tax hllll ho approved by the wild voters The umtvin of uncuun will make duo return of tho result of said electlou at once A Copy Attest GEO II COOPER Olerk Ily K D IVnnlngton U iTJHill Hr sherllT of Lincoln county hereby certify that tho foregoing order was delivered to me duly by Geo K Cooper Clerk of the Lincoln County Court wherefore I have directed same to be pub jibed In tho IXTKUIOK JOURNAL a semi newspaper published In Lincoln ountyKynnd III compliance therewith 1 will open In Klngnvllle Ky In the district above nnmlel on the day and late nllllltd its order for the purpose of tnk- Ing thoenlu of the voteriof said district on the question of establishing u Graded Corn mon In said district Given undue my hand this 11th day of leptemberIlM7 TJHILLHR Bherlff of Lincoln County F t Try Our Pure Canada Sap f The Original Maple Syrup Santee Sryup Bob White Syrup W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Hardware from N to 7hj1 O is for Oilers Oil Stoves nnd Oil Cans JP is for Pail Plow Pump Pulley nnd Pan Q is for Quoits one of the old sports R is for Razors and Rakes of nil sorts S is for Screens Scnlcs Shovels ant Saws T is for Tinware Toots Trimmings Tack Claws U is for Useful Utensils Weve more than a score in this big hardware store V is for Vice for a carpenters bench W is for NVashcr Wringer and Wrench JK ir for the letter that stands for unknown if you dont know your wants come here and bo shown Y is for Yard stick that measures three feet Z is for Zinc still our tales completer 4 Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky First NationalOf Stanford Kyi BankrCapital Stock 950000 This Institution was eetablbhed- as the Deposit flank of Stanford ID ISIS then rear anhed n the National Dank of Stanford Sn IUS and again reorraaht4 of the Pint National Baik of Stanford IB till haying bad practically an anlntsr rnpted existence for 41 It Is better supplied now with faculties for transact ing business promptly and well than ever btrort IniU long sod honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals fiduciaries and Cir poratlons Solicited I If for to us l in For I The property n new two brick embracing and halls nnd one storeroom 5x7S feet on the corner of A in Hustonvllle K Has leo NEWTON Ky for My property and general of moor Ililllt noil nt once and give N Ky for I On will sell to the of land In Nos 61 and lit the sale to take lace thu courthouse door Htnntord Ky mid 3 rM 100 acres Dnll t 4 75 100 acres 8xS 40 acres 275- acres rib 40 acres J R Hktumoro exS- S acres 47S at acrc1V A McIInrguo i so acres JOllnrrU 185 40 sores W 18b acres Hkldmoro t Richardson 8 25 Han U bousoand lot in W M MURPHY Collector J I HOOKER 8T V Pas 11 Oar W H Directors Y add DanrllU I T Stanford J I Stanford K L D Stanford II Stanford T P Rill Stanford Ja Robinson J n Stanford J U Pettui Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford oticeFarmersWe have buyers for Lincoln county real you a farm sale write ACCOUNTS AND NOTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Reference Any Dank Somerset AddrcsH Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky Sale or Rent Newton Hotel story rooms Located Main Danvlllo Avenue cistern house andotberoiitbulldlng Address HUGH Homersct Good Business Sale stock furtherIonformntlou Marksbury Sale Taxes THURHDAY highest bidder tho10loWIIIII tracts before Lincoln county between oclock Klsley heirs Hhepby Kddle Harris Johnson Harr Nannie Young Harrl James 680re Flint Kings- 11ot1belonglagto7ssDicOormlek 176 District Officers Prtit HAMU IfcROBERTS WKARBNAsst Can Harris Tannir Kanshman Hubble lUuchman estate have Harman locker Elmore L N TIME TABLE NolHouthlll r K No SI Month 1130 p No tl North 4U5l A No t North Jill p MYJOS S RICE Agont TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embaimors STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic turo Frames Shades Luco Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department It TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phono 28 Night 166 or 133