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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 1 1907 NO 61 CHURCH MATTERS Tho next session of tho Louisville Methodist Conference will bo held at OwensboroRev L Dorgan of Danville la holding a protracted meeting at the Southcnd Chapel at Somerset Tho congregation of the Presbyte rian church enjoyed a vocal duet by tho pastor Rev J L Yandle and Prof J W Ireland Sunday morning Vice President Charles W Fairbanks was defeated In the Indiana Confer once election an a lay delegate to tho General Conference of the Mcthodiit Episcopal Church At a business session of tho Baptist church n unanimous call was extended Eld J L Owens to serve them as pastor another year lie has not fully decided whether ho will accept the call fLiberty News After an exciting session of tho Northern Kentucky Methodist Confer ence in Louisville Rev E L Shop herd of Nicholasville was elected second delegate to tho Baltimore General Conference in 1908 Tho Somerset Herald speaks of Dr W F Vaughan as presiding elder of the district Editor Wesley ought to go to church enough to learn that Dr Vaughan Is tho regular pastor of tho Methodist church of Somerset The Louisville Presbytery recommends a mlnumum salary of 800 Its ministers The preacher that cant command that much ought to quit tho business Ho answered to some one oleos call Frankfort Journal Tho Daptlst church of Harrodsburg of the congregaby a unanimous voto eon assumed tho support of a mission t ary in tho homo field to bo stationed at Louisa this State Rev 0 P Jack aon a well known Baptist minister has been employed and ho will enter upon his work at once Mr J C McClary who attended tho dedication of the splendid Baptist church at Brodhcad Sunday tells us that a largo crowd was present and that tho day was most delightfully spent Rev J G Bow of Louisville preached tho dedicatory sermon Rev R R Nol of this place preached n tho afternoon and Rev Bow again nt night Over 500 was raised Sunday and tho church was dedicated with money in tho treasury A magnificent dinner was served on tho grounds by tho good Brodhcad people Lemon juice when snuffed In the nose will cure tho most obstinate case of catarrh said L n Owen of Springfield III Tho operation Is a painful one but if one can stand it a cure will assuredly follow Of course tho tarty Juice burns for a second like wildfire and tho patient must bo nervy or tho remedy will causo much bad I humor Five years ago I took a trip to Europe On my way over I suffered terribly from nasal inflammation The ships steward took a great interest In mo Ho had been traveling the waters t for 40 years Ho said he first learned of tho remedy on tho Island of Sicily Ho insisted that I snuff lemon julco up my nostrils I did so protesting but in three days I was in a normal con dition with all the Inflammation gone I used it several times since with ex cellent results How to Cold The question of how to cure a cold without unnecessary loss of time is one In which wo are all more or loss interested for tho quicker a cold is gotten rid of tho less the danger of pneumonia and other serious diseases Mr D W L Hall of Wavorly Va has used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for years and says I firmly be- Hove Chamberlains Cough Remedy to bo absolutely the best preparation on the market for colds I havo recom tv mended It to my friends and they all agree with mo For sale by all druggists Inscribed on a monument in the vII lage cemetery which marks the resting place of a man once well know in Fonda N Y may be found the following unique epitaph- A B Finehout hero ho lies Nobody mourns nobody cries Where ho has gono and how ho fares Nobody knows nobody cares Here ho lies let him lie still A B Finehout of Fultonville A Criminal Attack on an inoffensive citizen is frequent ly made In that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its generally tho result of protracted con stipation following liver torpor Dr Kings Now Life Pills regulate the liver prevent appendicitis and estab fish regular habits of tho bowels 25o at Pennys Drug Store Here wait a minute cried tho cashier of the restaurant this half dollar is bad r Well replied tho diner so was the dinnerlt pays for Good daylI HUSTONVILLE Mrs W R Wlllioms loft today to visit relatives at Newman Ga James H Williams and wife of Chattanooga aro tho guests of his brother Joe B Williams Charles Hancock of Marion county sold his splendid yearling colt by Gal ton to Eastern parties for 500 Matt Edwards a teamster from Roll- Ing Fork had a good horso killed by train No lat Moreland Saturday The thanks of Mrs N McCarty aro extended to her numerous friends who worked so hard to save her barn and its contents from flro last week Judge Vul B Morse has returned from a visit to relatives in Vanceburg J Sid Adams nnd bride of Birming ham spent a few days with relatives here A photograph of Kate the 38 year old mule of Wm Dunn has been asked for by the Courier Journal Sho has taken on now lift of late grazing on Gill Cowans blue grass At 8 oclock Thursday evening some 30 or 35 boys and girls stormed Miss Gertrude Gooch of the West End with a surprise party Refreshments were served and the guests wero delightfully entertainedIn coffee to a customer Sat urday Miss Julia Stagg was agreeably surprised to find a bright 5 gold piece in the coffee There being no claimant sho will keep it as a souvenir and watch closely for others The Ladies Exchange of the Chris turn church keeps open house every Saturday next door to R A Lipps Their efforts havo been rewarded by a liberal patronage and their stock is of the choicest culinary art James L Lyon son of Evan L Lyon lost his watch Saturday on tho pike between MU Salem and his home It an open face silver watch dust proof case W E Sims maker and is priz ed highly it being a present from his father Suitable reward for return Tho following shipments of live stock were made Saturday to Cincinnati Myjs Lutes one car butcher cattle at 3J to 4c Cowan McCormack ono of same grade stuff nt about same fare Geo Cunningham shipped a car and Allen Reid a car of butcher cat tlo and hogs bought at market prices Williams Co sold to Dr J B Beck of Somerset tho John D Carpenter farm near this place for a frac Lion less than 19000 This is one of tho best bodies of land in tho county and with the splendid improvements and beautiful situation it is an ideal homo The aggregate real estato sales by this firm in September was 30000 A team of mules belonging to Hugh McCann and hauling staves to More land ran away Thursday throwing Ed Tucker the old colored driver from his seat and dragging him nearly half mile When found Tucker who was over 70 years old being unconscious was irought hero for treatment to which his injuries failed to respond and ho died at 4 oclock Sunday morning President J F Allenof the Danville Scottsvillc Nashvillo Railroad arrived hero from New York Friday After renting the Newton Hotel block for of ice purposes getting possession Oct 1 ho tried to rent a dwelling for his tarp lIy but found none vacant He says work will commence at onco and bo pushed vigorously Mr Allen says the nonoy necessary to build tho road has been secured and the road is now sure to be built Gen tasty who has returned from touring with Gov Bcckham in the Western part of the State says ho has been greeted with record breakini crowds at every point and that the enthusiasm is unbounded Tho peo plo seem to appreciate the great work that Gov Bcckham has accomplished and flock to Hear him tell about it and applaud him Frankfort Journal Out of Sight Out of sight out of mind is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arhlca Salvo Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too nnd chilblains disappear under its healing Influence Guaranteed by Penny tho druggist 25o y The Attorney General and their assistants from Ohio Illinois Indiana Kansas Missouri Tennssee Mississippi and Texas will meet in St Louis Monday and Tuesday to discuss tho regulation of railroads curbing of unlawful combinations and the conflict of jurisdiction between State and Federal courts An event of great interest to the religious world occurred Sunday at Washington when the cornerstone of tho now Episcopal Cathedral of Sts Peter and Paul was laid withap propriate ceremonies There was a large outdoor meeting and President Roosevelt spoke as did the bishop of London NEWS NOTES Mrs Fannie Hedges dropped dead of heart disease at Paris Dennis Hanloy a Paris auctioneer dropped dead while crying a sale Al Brummett was given a life sentence for murder in the Wayne circuit court Carrie Nation has just served out n 25 fine in the work house in Washington City Thomas J Barchus one of the most widely known Masons in the South died in Memphis The output of postals manufactured in the United States now averages about 900000000 a year Raymond Culver a son of Son John Culver was shot and killed in Nelson county by Arch Smith The second annual State Fair which NashIvllleThe Jackson Democrat has made its appearance at Jackson E C Hyden is manager and L T Havermale editor L W Ditto a prominent banker and farmer living near Waddy Shelby county was thrown from a mule and killedNight riders fired the barn of William Ramslcy in Walton Boone county and 05000 pounds of tobacco went up in persons were butned to death near New Haven III as a the result a firo started by children who were playing with matches in a hay shed Clarence L Thomas was awarded 25000 damages in his suit against William L Graddy of Woodford county for alienating the affections of Mrs Goddard was accidentally kill ed at Lexington by his brother Char ley who was shooting at Henry Hunt er with whom ho had quarreled over a cart game Sam Baggc a prominent Bourbon county farmer blew his head off with a stick of dynamite Ill health is sup posed to have caused him to commit the rash act North Dakota will be the name of battleship No 23 one of the new 20 D00 ton vessels contracts for which were recently awarded by the Navy DepartmentCharles son of a wealthy and highly respected farmer of Bracken county was killed by Homey Wclsbrot while trying to break into the country store owned by Welsbrota father The Deep Waterways Association will begin a two days session at Memphis on Friday President Roosevelt after a trip down the Mississippi will attend the convention and deliver an address Tho Tennessee Supreme Court has declared tho Pendleton law constitutional After November 1 there will bo no saloons in Tennessee except in the cities of Memphis Nashville Chattanooga and La Follette Eight people were killed and 20 or more were injured several of whom may die as the results of a wreck in the Baltimore and Ohio yards in Bellalre 0 tho Chicago and Wheeling express running into a freight train Delegates from 20 unions of the Brotherhood of Tailors will meet in New York Saturday to form a national organization independent of the United Garment Workers of America with which the tailors are now allied- L B Williamson was arrested at Findley 0 on an indictment charging him with attempting to bribe Chase Thompson a juror in the cave of the State of Ohio against the Standard Oil Company which was tried last June Chicagos asphalt expert has submitted a report In which ho declares that 27 years will be required to complete the pavements of the city The work will cost 200000000 and will require an annual outlay of 9000000 for maintenance when completed Indictments were returned by tho Franklin county grand jury against E L Watkins James W Waldrer and John Watkins officer of election at tho Baileys Mills precinct in tho 1903 election charging forgery in connection with tho ballot in adding fictitious names to tho list of voters It is charged that twice as many votes were returned as there were voters in the precinct and that names of trees and other objects were used Among tho fictitious names were A Apple P PearyA Window P Plum and others nature Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in tho prosperous Kansas of today although a citizen of CodeD Earl Sham burg has not yet forgotten a hard time ho encountered Ho sasIIIwas worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than ono bottle to completely euro mo The safest and most reliable cough nnd cold cure and lung nnd throat healer over discovered Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store 50c and II Trial bottle free IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Somersets school enrollment is 1112 Mrs James Taylor aged 70 is dead in has been subscribed for a creamery at Somerset William Hendrickson is dead in the Clementsville sectlonOf Casey county aged 83 9 Mi J Karris soldtwo of the Gibony houses on East Main street to S1Yeager for 8000 Advocate F F Robbins of Lincoln county has bought a farm on Copper Creek and will move to it soonMt Vernon Witherspoon National Bank with a paidup capital of 100000 and a surplus of 25000 has opened its doors at Lawrenceburg If the dog poisoning continues in Somerset there will be very few hunters left for the sport this fall says the Somerset Journal Russell Dyche editor of the London Sentinel was struck in the eye by a ball while watching a game and may lose the sight of it A W Smith a prominent Implement dealer of Danville while unload- Ing a wheat drill slipped and the weight of the massive machine landed upon his left foot crushing it J F Alstott will today celebrate the completion of his 34th year as post master at Powers Casey county He was appointed postmaster Oct 1 1873 and has served continuously since Tho strike of union miners at the plant of the HughcsJcllico Coal Company in the Ely Hollow district has been ended The miners accepted the wage scale offered some time ago The court of appeals affirmed the de cision of the Whitley circuit court In the case of Craig Gregg for detaining a woman Gregg having already served two terms now goes up for life James Denver a railroad man who was engaged in construction work between East Bernstadt and Livingston was killed by being struck upon the head by a stone falling His home wa- itAltamontHenry a well known farmer Iving near Harrodsburg left his homo several nights ago to watch his watermelon patch and has not been seen since His family fears he has been tho victim of foul play Lena Jones committed suicide by shooting her brains out at Grady ville Adair county Her husband Will Jones was convicted in the Adair circuit court and given 15 years in the penitentiary for killing Tom Dudley who was his wifes father Brooding over the kill ing of her father and the conviction of her husband caused the suicide A big land sale was made Wednesday when Dr G W Evans acting for the owners sold to Mr Garnett Hughes of Washington D C 3500 acres of land at Conway for 30000 This tract has been the property of Messrs J C D M C F and Harvey Chenault Sr and is a splendid section rich in time ber and mineral wealth Richmond Register ARABIA J C Leach sold a mare to Clay Snow for 150 Mrs Celestia Moore and Miss Tony Fletcher of Somerset were visiting relatives here Mrs W J Montgomery has been ill but is much improved L D Jones is still on the sick list A G Coffey Jr of the C S is spending a week at homeA days meeting closed Sunday night at New Salem with 11 additions Tho meeting was conducted by Rev Sloan of Burnside who was assisted by Rev Taylor of the same place Parties hero who raised tomatoes for the McKinney Canning Co aro very much surprised at the factory shutting down so early Some of them will lose several hundred bushels of tomatoes Alva Lucas formerly of McKinney bought the property of Cunningham Son and will run a general store and he has also secured the postofilce We are glad to have Mr Lucas with us espec- Ially as our postmaster Mrs A G Coffey Is very low with pneumonia Newell Coffey left last week for Panama where he has a position It is very interesting to hear Mr C give a description of the canal and the way Uncle Sam is managing things down there His Dear Old Mother liMy dear old mother who isljnow 83 years old thrives on Electric Bit ters1 writes W O Brunson of Dub lin Ga IISbo has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excel lent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats tho way Electric Bit ters affect the aged and the same hap py results follow in all cases of femalo weakness and generalldeblllty Weak puny children too are greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Penny the druggist 60o Crossett Shoes 1 Are good company and make short f miles Every mile will seem only a j block if your feet are in Crossett Shoes Patent ColtBox CalfGun metal narrow toes wide toesarch instep Weve got emi Just a appreciatewe ha- veSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY 1OOT S1OOOOO STAKES AND PURSES22000 Kentucky Futurity Oct 8 5000 Trnnsylvanlft Oct10- 15002Minute Pace Oct 12 3000 Walnut Hall Cup Oct H 3000McDowell Oct 18 One or More Stakes Daily WEBERS BANDBLANCHE B HEHAFFEY Soprano HALT RATES ON ALL RAILROAD the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANTCASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORStl J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford Johu 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 Waynesburg Ky SAVEDComfort economy and durability aro all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bath room with 815 worthof coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms Tho ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is hero S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Books Wall Paper Paints Oils sand Varnishes School Supplies BestIFoor Finish Is RENULAC W B McRobertsrrr DRUGGISJ I 6TANFORO1 PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescription compounded The Interior Journal C C WALTONI JOHN J MOSER Is candidate for miler of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Uemocruue party M BRUCE In candidate for Jailer of county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYSIIincnndldnte for Jnller of county subject to the action of the Democratic party DCALLEN Ita candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county tobjvct to the action of the Democratic party Democratic Ticket For U S SenatorJ C W Beck ham For GovernorS W Hnser For Attorney GoneralJobe K Hendrlcks For State Superintendent of SchoolsI M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor HM Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clerki of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks AT Bardstown the distillers called Judge Hager out on his position on the shippers bill preventing liquor being shipped into local option territory They probably thought that as that was such a distillers community he would hedge but the Democratic can didate for Governor is not that kind of a man On the contrary he emphat ically stated that he would not recom mend its appeal but would do all he could to advance feasible temperance legislation of every kind Judge Hager has the courage of his convictions and is honest and brave enough to expound them any and everywhere Gov BRADLEY thinks to embarrass Judge Hager by asking if he had a vote in Louisville would he cast it for Owen Tyler As between him and Grinstead we are sure Judge Halter would vote for Tyler We would at any rate He is the Democratic nominee and as good a man in every respect as the Republican nominee Judge Hager will answer m due time if he thinks the impertinent question worth an answer PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT announced that he would approve the Oklahoma Constitution He said he had examin ed the document with the Attorney General and that he felt that the ques tion of his approval ought not to be passed on his personal opinion of the document but upon whether it came within the terms of the enabling act EDWARD W CARMACK who was recently defeated for reelection to the United States Senate by Robert L Taylor has announced himself a candidate for Governor of Tennessee against Malcolm R Patterson the incumbent Mr Carmacks announcement is brief but to the point He favors a general primary ALTHOUGH he is 83Henry Gassaway Davis will likely be given the Democratic nomination for Governor of West Virginia He is the most popular man in the State and for his ageI the most active as was shown in the last presidential campaign when he also ran with Judge Parker Tim pass question is to the fore in P Washington and the problem has now arisen as to whether a Congressman who is an attorney for a railroad can legally travel on one The pass question is always a big one but it is an i especially large one to the newspaper fraternityA option campaign is about to rage in Pennsylvania and a dispatch says that the State Federation of Li quor Dealers will raise a fund of 57 600000 to fight the sentiment growing in the State The temperance wave grows broader and broader TilE Somerset Herald the new Re publican paper has made its appear ance and is a very creditable publica tion POLITICAL Col Leopold Markbreit editor of the Cincinnati Volkablattwas nominated as the Republican candidate for Mayor of CincinnatiIOver 100 people and a brass band met Judge Hager a mile out of Campbellsville when he spoke there Saturday afternoon Secretary Root Jin an interview at Little Rock said his trip to Mexico was principally for pleasure and declared that President Roosevelt would not run againIOwing to the size of the Judge S W Hager Democratic nominee forI Governor was compelled to speak in the open air at Lebanon instead of in the courthouse as had been planned H C Rico was nominated for Representative by the democrats of Caldwell county- The Massachusetts Republican State convention will be held in Springfield Saturday to nominate n State ticket Ex Chief Justice A R Burnam has been nominated for State Senator by the republicans of the 27th district embracing Madison Estill Leo and Ppw Taft spent a quiet Sunday at Tokio It is intimated that the subject of an entente regarding im migration may be broached during the Secretarys stay Mr Nominee Willson believes in temperance laws he says so himself but ho is too kindhearted to desire to hurt anybodys feelings especially those of the liquor people Somerset JournalIt believed in Tennessee that an organized effort is being made to elimi nate Gov Patterson from public life by the democrats The scheme involves a union between the forces of Taylor Carmack Since it will be utterly impossible for the temperance people to elect a Governor let them throw their strength to Judge Hager who has so emphatically declared his position on this all impol ant question Sturgis NewsDemocrat Additional Local REGISTER today DANVILLE is to have a State Bank Trust Co with a capital of 100000 BE sure and attend the Farmers Institute at the courthouse today and tomorrow Tuesday and Wednesday It will be time well spent FINE FARM FOR SALEI have a splendid farm of about 200 acres for sale It is well improved watered fenced and all necessary outbuildings Apply to J A Rice Moreland Ky R F D po 1 Miss DAISY DAVt young peoples travelling secretary of the Womans Board of Foreign Missions will speak at the Methodist church here on Tuesday evening Oct 1st Everyone most cordially invited 140 Lexington and return via Queen h 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 TilE L willsellroundtrip tickets to the Horse Show in Louisville Sept 30 to Oct 5 at 410 Tickets good till Oct 7 To Lexington Oct S to 18 inclusive limited to Oct 19 at 2 for the roundtrip account the Fall trots MR W H SHANKS the democrat nominee for Representative is making a thorough canvass of the county and is meeting with much encouragement Will is proving a good campaigner and- a handshaker who has but few equals He takes well with the people who reo ceive him cordially DID WELLJames R Beazley returned Sunday from Nashville where he got 12 ties at the State fair Mr Beazley attended a dozen fairs and took between 150 and 200 ties on his magnificent string of horses While in Tennessee Mr B bought a splendid match to his great roan gelding Andy Pence FOR SALEA new tarction engine one separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at 50c per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on account of ill health All this machinery is comparatively new and cost about 3000 It can be bought for a very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky Hon George M Davison One of the most remarkable men connected with the Federal court in session here is the assistant district attorney Hon George M Davisdn of Stanford He was not born with a gold spoon in his mouth and what ho has gotten in life has come to him by hard and unceasing endeavor He is in the strictest sense a selfmade man and he has the honor of having done a most creditable job Starting life a poor boy without influential friends or much of this worlds goods Judge Davison by personal popularity and knowing when to strike held successfully the offices of member of the Legislature from Lincoln county judge of the same county Congressman from the Eighth District and his present office which he has fill ed for a number of years with ability and credit Judge Davison is a born politician and a good one albeit a republican The writer has gone up against him in many a political battle and having come out second best in several of them he knows the quality of the steel and knows that no man in Kentucky deserves more credit than he does We have not always been the best of friends but the hatchet was long since buried and when we bury hatchets we put them away under the ground never more to be resurrected therefore take pleasure in paying tribute to the Gray voiding as Gov Bradley we believe it was nicknamed him and which has stuck plasterFrankfort MATRIMONIAL Manfred Reynolds and Miss Bessie Griffin were made one at D C Griffins on the 26th Mr Ed H Ballard a prosperous and wealthy young farmer of this county and Miss Lillian Poor of Garrard county stole a march on their friends Sunday by going to Jcllico and having their destinies united at the hymenial altar They returned yesterday afternoon and will at once go to housekeeping at Mr Ballards beautiful home on the Lancaster pike A sensation was created in Paris by the statement of woman that the supposed attempted assassination of M Beaulieu was arranged by him for political effect The general convention of the Protestant Episcopal church will open at Richmond Va on Wednesday and continue in session until Oct 22 There will be a historical meeting Friday when the bishop of London will speak OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly White Mill Ilni been thoroughly renovated and Is now In fine condition to make the last of Flour Ma11Rtc Custom grinding lone on mcti TUESDAY mud Will grind for the toll in formerly Give me n WIt SMITH Proprietor Ontu Orcnnnl Ky 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest iu Central Kentucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre tented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 2J STANFORD KY DEAD GAME If you will bring your Utmund Revolver to me and let me put there In tlrstclass condition I have hind years experience In that business I put new handles on Razor Blades Forrols on Walking Canes and Re pair Umbrellas Make a specialty of fitting all kinds of key repalringblcycle on cle Give tne n you b- eInllllll COUK MAY N Third Ht Danville Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is tine hemp and tobacco land made last year 8S bushels of com to the acre This farm has a large frame house fnine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an 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 R Hughes or James I White Stanford CyPublic Sale of Blue- Grass FarmStock ImplementsEtc On account of Illhealth I have decided to tellMiy furin on- TJIUItMDAY0UTIT 1W7 consisting of fierce of land situated on- tho Somerset pike three mile from that ford half iiMle from n new school hone and one mile from u union church The dwell is nicely located on an elevated alt- Ichavlewof two plktl and rllllrolld an contains 8 rooms with halls porches etc cistern at kitchen door and u never fallln well loot house coal house and hen house A splendid concrete cellar with Ico house cold storage and imokfl house com bined One of the best barns In the county water piped through It three floors base ment two large shed nine stall room for more than flulieaU of large cattle and sheep besides horses and hog The land Is under a high state of cultivation with throullhTwentylhoTimothy and Illue Oross In filet one of th countyThtstracts with au acre anti Improvements In ono and 87 acre unimproved land In other tract A pair of 10 hand 4yearold nitro mules hOIlfurmlligfurniture IKmt forget date of luluTil UllHUAY OCT 17 There la a putt of iii now on the place PosclonInnil0i J E LYNN Nhmford Ky HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In nil things It Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer tbe WEEILY COURIEKOURNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the tom bination to usoat tc the CourierJournal No charge for examination orsclentlllrol lv testing ryea uptodate method tro tcrlptluii glasses ground to set workstyle frame or skeleton mountings nod mnterlnl 5ntllfnctor charges mtlalentte Perntnmgttlelacate- ilentrnl In Telephone III11dlnll uslonv- Ky I e luWJII Graduated ulltolllIrOt FOR SALE If not sold privately before hand I will on MONDAY OCT 1W7 county court dnvoffer for sale lh front of the court house dour residence situated on Logan Avenue In Htnufonl Ky This U ore lit the best bull frame buildings In the town containing rooms and two cl tars The houselsInu splendid rulllllrInt- and pitlntcd lllll lit tHe dour and n barium the premlies remit mail known on tiny of tale J80V8lKYJU Joseph 3244 Vol I is purl brat and hits brew accepted for rvg Ittry In the first volume of The lIIerlcnn- Tnmworth Iteennl Aiochttion 1I0nk under the ruicsor the association and will be Kliv Kdward Xo llIlI11I11tNellie SaJl Mire of dent entue 1I0ISo Ilnlll Golden It wi of hun known that tilt luuntorth Mwlll U tbe highest price swlnr on the market Ills Ilrt all nrlold sold- 5L4hbdnulAlexundnrwelght for ok II Is IIfor tlYA crosses well wlthvery b I will IInud ion at Icosh JIIIN00h- lPUBLIC SALE I The farm Iwlow will ottered first Illloh No and No 1 and then as u whole on FRIDAY OUT MOT tine blue grass farm t miles West 1I1I1100vlllel IrOlll and Carla terslitatlun cunsbttmgutl6Sacre of rlcb all Inor tubaceoIIIIhIIblue sruM dhldl1 tograss TnIR fllrlll clln toClUnll ndvantage so us to nave a good dwelling on each Ileee also ntCnr outulldlllll The forte lays alnnot In a square only olle angle In lilies There ore three nrulstnblos I tmllnttotacce barn r house water In every Mehl s1x InlU1l1t springs with 3 streams running through boll tract J HTKKLK CAUIKXTKIt llutlonvllle Ky POSTED We whose names npptRr below atrlctly forbid lluutlnlllbblUI ur any kind of trot passing on our places will prosecute ulators to the lull extent of the law Fred VonQruenlgan Ilelohcnbach Ilros KrvdVonAllman VonOruenlgau Fred Unumnnu cuorge llolmos K llelahenbacb llallou A O Dunn J Jlofu1lun Uurti Jacon M D Klmoro David Htephens Maryllolfmann LT Nunnelley J W lluugnmun Christina Orayson JOUarpuntvr Mew Dameron COGveeudletoFred lnuyhertGreen y J K llruce JO Hpratt J FOovcrW K Amon J W Peak F Martin Mcs erJaxton amuellfndsny W I Martin l MK Conller Muses Mrs Mary Tepple Alex Cooper Mr Walter Warren In Mettle IIlttl Ilros Tlnsley Hpoonamor IW Carter lien I Martin JL K Lawrence Reuben turtle JH Jlocker J M Kettus Notice of Election r Regular term LIncoln county nscnl court ieid tIIi lion ItU IIr pnhlI- ntr of tiltIOliowlngwith the ar aW J dderrarun nit ndAlnwdde It was noted by Justice W M unliin Duddera W II thatIInd seconded by Justice tht following ltctlot taken h7 this court lit n- obrullry of Lincoln county he grlllld Jury circuitLincolntens tlf the having rfCOmlllelllltd u new courtcourt house for Lincoln county It appearing to the satisfaction ol this court our house now In use Is untlilU and Inlld quote for the public conenleuce mid pry enuUon of the Records itIuntie nllll that the stun of thirtylit- houmndduharsbe suggested III the sui- ecessnry to n new court house It onlenl that IIn election h II briber old mind II opened lit the seyeral vulhlK Lincoln County on Tuesday November 6 the do of the next general olecllon nt which rho uIJIlrol1rlulloil IIhove uintesliHl liall be subiulltvU to legot oler of Lincoln county for their approval or rejection The Hherllt of Lincoln county Is directed- to advertise said elecllon fur lit least thlrt- dO1 next hefuW theday therenf In the n the only newspap- eiblIhetlInLtnculacounty anti the cera of said election are rented to hold tho electlan hetweell the scion hours tlmt- tb are rqulred to hold ellcllolll forcou- motilcenwhich flection Ihull htld nnd inducted In all respects a raulred by III- goneml election low tn force lu this Mta1 lit till tlmw the slime is held the Lincoln county court all ctuneto be printed on the Ol Ulal Ha loll to be used In election the word IInlt figures Are you In favor of tut appro- lntlun of fi150a0 for building n new your 10uI for Ltllcoln UOIIUlf 1III1Ihll1 two the of rlllht teem one foruponIpllcel to too dIdun favoring the II11Jlrol1rliltlon tinted by the word Yes one for to time npproprlntlun to bt desig len opposing Cloutnllttd by the word Ihllllllru llro said ballot In all utber re- ectsUs required by tIectloll UII of lit Kentucky Htatues nthe event the reqlliite uumbor of legal tens of Uucoln county vote In favor IlIld IIllllroprllltion It Is ordered duct thli court came of Lincoln county to the amount of = 1510 to 1IIIIrullI rtdexecut- ftl and Issued Oil prluted tortes under the 6enl of thl county to hI signed hy time Coon J of Lincoln County Court and rnterslgned by the Clerk of scold Coot llRbll to hearer ut Lincoln County Nit tlollal Ullnk of Hlnnfurll Knlllcky which bonds shall not bear II greater rule of Inter olllllInuUIII- Iy elt titan four hunk ofat Lincoln County NntOllal bedtol5elll signed bythClu of thl Llncoht County Court said hOlllll shall bo Issued III twee series towlt Merlon A II mud Merles VI Horses A elllHerluN broclng ton tlounud donna of scold bands aholl Ionilit of twenty bonds for time sum of numbered one to twenty H- es11consltlmgoften thousand dollar tilt lands shall of twenty landsof uumiicral from tl toof Aunitfor the soul thouIUtcenand Menus41 ofcaclisLnnd consist ttdollarss of 00 numbtJrell from 40 to he bonds tll1brnced In Horses A shall- raleentnbiubt at the plelliure of thin Court severiycnrs tho date of In and payable tleyearsthe bonds em ten braced in islitleafterl0ten oft Oourt ontho plealuro llIn from hie of their issue and duo nnd the buildsumbrae d InHenleaU doto10ndredeenmtble nt of the Court on und after fifteen years front the dote of their Issue and dun payable twenty cnra front tho said date A copy Bttet 00 BOOOpKIlt Clerk By En Pennlngton D O LadiesIiShoesr 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 LTTLE BETTER and the con struction of the ULTRA makes it HOLD ITS SHAPE BETTER than any other Shoe Our stock is made up of Shiny Leather Dull Leather and Vici in BalsfBlucher and Buttons In addition to theseIwe carry a large stock of Ladies Cheaper Shoes at 150 2 and 250 too H J McROBRTS 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 I PENNYS DRUG STORE Btanford Kentucky BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOLI Strong teachers in all departments High Schools Grammar Interme diate Primary Music Cooking and Sewing Only three places left in the dormitory and cottages but gcod homes in the town are open to Terms Board and tuition 810500 Tuition alone 830 820 815 ForIcatalogue address S MISS IDA M TA PrincipalMount 111aUr CORSETS No better evidence of service and comfort thnn the ever increasing sales of American Lady Corsets A shape for every figure and price for every ptuS- C1cwGingtiants Percales Quadriga Cloth FlannelettesCalicoes n STANFORD KY OCT 190i SEE our window for big rcductt sale of box papers IiOc and 25c boxes now 18c to make room for now 8to k Penny a Drug Store PERSONALS JUDOS G M DAVISON U nt homo for n few days MIL J W HAYDEN of Iarls spent Sunday hero Mn J C HBiNilAnT of London was hero Saturda- yMs J S RICE is visiting her mother at Cave City MRS Eu Nrvrus andchll lronvlsit relatives In Lebanon Dbl JOHN J CARTER has secured a position in Louisville KEV A A HIGGINS Is up prom Glasgow with hip parents THOMAS SIIELTON of Corbin is herewith his many friends MR GEORGE DEUoni took charge of the tower at Hemp yeelerdayI Tilt Misses Lcavell of Garrard arc guests of Miss Tevis Carpenter MB33U3 J T EunKY and W S Burch wero In Louisville Sunday Miss VIRGINIA DOURN of Lnnco I ter is with her sister Mrs W K War nerMR L A TBSTERMAN of Brodhon I paid this office n substantial call FrI dayMrs Margaret Slocum of Indian died while on a visit to Mercer county AND OSCAR WALLIN oC Somerset are with their parents in tho East End MRS W C PETTUS and baby of Wilmore were guests of Mrs J G CarpenterCIIAS BoilON of Lebanon was hero Sunday to see a mighty pretty young lady MR H G LUTES was In Owsley county last week looking for cattlo but found none DR 0 B YAWS wife and daugl tcr Clara of Danville were In Stanford Saturday Miss BLANCHE VANDEVEER left Saturday morning for Indianapolis to study the oral system Miss ETHEL DUNN and Bessie Yantis attended a delightful reception in Gar t rard Friday evening MESSRS W S WARREN J H Car ter Dink Farmer and Sam Robinson spent Sunday in Louisville Miss MARGARET DOWNER of Mar- I shall Farm England is with her brother Mr John Downer GENERAL GENTRY of Lexington passed up to Crab Orchard Springy Sunday to spend a few days MR AND MRS A D ROOT will leavo in a few days to visit their son A D Root Jr at Roosevelt 0 T MR KEENE LUTES and wife of Lej several days with hisIngton spent parents Mr and Mrs John Lutes MR J M CARTER of Somerset spent several days with friends in tho West End Ho was hero Saturday MR AND MRS ERNEST WARREN left the first of the week for a short visit to Crab Orchard SprinRSMiddlcsbor PEARL JENKINS of Louisville is visltlnghcr mother Mrs Cormney who continues very ill with appcndlciti at her home at Rowland r- lMESDAMES LIZZIE SLAUGHTER of Lena Phillips of Talmagc and Mr G M Slaughter of Tyrone were guests of Mr and Mrs loftM Sweeney MR AND MRS HORACE BROWN hay returned from Pctoakey Mich and Chicago Beach Hotel where they hav spent tho summer and are at Tho Seel bach CourierJournal MRS C LESLIE CARTER has decided to join her husband at Lexington where ho has been headquartered for some time Our people will give up the good family with sincere regret J M JOHNSON of Lincoln county has rented tho residence of Robert Elliott on the Stanford pike near town Charles M Samuels leaves today for Stearns whero ho has a position with tho Stearns Lumber Co Somerset Republican LOCALS REGISTER today 160 NEW skirts at Severance Sons SrECIAL prices in Outing Cloth at Severance Sons IvIFyou are in town todav you must register or you will not be allowed to vote In November t Tins is typical Fall weather PIANO secondhanded for sale This offi eICLOAK and suit openingSoverance Sons AGENT J S RICE sold 11 tickets to Louisville Sunday FOR RBNTMrs Wallaces lroRerty on Danville street apply to L R Hughes Stanford Ky fspickink gradualI ly writes Cashier Stanley M lntoshI of tho Wayncsburg Deposit Bank TimE Ladies Aid Society of tho Dnp tist church will meet with Mrs W II Wearcn at 230 Friday afternoon Tim home of AI tRashDrodhead burned Thursday night with most of II contents Tho building belonged to J Thomas Cherry THE Kentucky Real Estato Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices THE enterprising milling firm of J U Baughman Co is putting in an olec trie bleacher which will make their output of flour even better than it is nowTan 36ThMr I M Bruce had a aluablo mare to die last week It made the 35th horse ho has lost by firo or death since he begun business In Stanford FOR Ri Dr W N Craig residence in Stanford for balance of this year and next Eight rooms wltb rater lights and bath Good stable Mrs C L Carter BEAR in mind that J Steele Carpenter will sell his good farm of 185 acres near Hustonvilio at public auction on Friday Oct 4th See description of tIn our advertising columns THE Graded School foot ball team will give an oyster supper at Mrs W S Jones restaurant next Friday eve ring tho proceeds to go toward buyii iniforms for the players Go and help ho boys out Mn W R GAINES who is running ho Mason Hotel nt Lancaster has rented the John M Hail farm now owned by Mrs Slier and will move tort Jan 1 We are glad to get him back to Lincoln county THE firmofJacobs liar ris moved Its business from Wayne burg to McKinney yesterday If you TO thinking of placing a monument over tho grave of a relative write to these gentlemen for prices THE Odd Follows have about decided to build a twostory business hon whero tho old Commercial Hotel stood This Is disappointing if true Their first decision was a threestory atm ire and wo hopo yet they will stick to- It Tile laundry began operations yesterday The machinery in It is the best money could buy and with our splendid water tho work it will turn out ahould be well nigh perfect Mr F E heward Is tho expert Mr W K Warner is his assistant TilE U D Cs will give one of the most interesting homo talcntentcrtair ments ever given in Stanford in year at Waltons Opera House Friday evening next Oct 4 The net proceed will go toward helping pay forthemor ument to Gen John Morgan and his men Go and help tho worthy cause lION J M ALVERSON who was assigned by Chairman limes to speak at urlington Boone county Oct 7th- has Informed Chairman limes of his Inability to fill the engagement but wil moko some speeches later for tho demo vatic ticket Mr Alverson appreciates tho Invitation highly and will- 4how that ho docs later TilE sale of Boone Walla livery stock buggies etc Saturday was wet attended and satisfactory prices were realized throughout Horses sold al- to50 110 buggies 35 to 75 and harness sold well Mr Jas II Boone tho junior member of the firm bought good portion of tho things offered and- will continue tho business at tho old- stand where ho asks a continuance of- the good trade ho and his partner have rctoforo received Mr Walls will- move West with his family very probably to some point In Oklahoma GEE ITS COOL Why not bo prepared for these cool snaps They are here every now and then Suits Coats aiid Skirts They are open for your inspection All the new styles from the 24inch Caracal Coat to the 50inch Cloth See the new Suits in 21inch Jackets to the long 10inch We never offered such splendid values before Come and see SEVERANCE l8l SONStanford RECLEANED seed rye J H Daugh man Co NEW Belts and new Veiling nt Sev crance Sons Go to the Misses VanDeveer for styl- Ish and uptodate millinery FOR SALE50 pairs of Homing 1Jt cons Cheap E L Reinhart WANTED 100 to 600 pounds of honey Geo C Goode Covington Ky SEE the now Cara Broadtail Plush and Velvet Coats at Severance Sons SEE our 10 12 and 16 suits Unusual values Cummins McClnry Fon SALEA square Hazelton Bro piano Good one Mm Mary I Durch FALL Opening millinery and pattern hats and latest novelties Ladles are cordially invited Wednesday Oct 2 Misses Straub- SoatE time ago a swarm of bees located in tho attic of Big John Spoon amoros house A few days ago he went up and got two big tubs ofhonoy TilE Hustonvilio dellSchool tax- Is now due If not paid before Oct I five per cent penalty will bo added Juno H Hocker collector and treasurer THE crack foot ball team of the Stan fdrd Graded School met defeat at the hands of the Central University Sopho more eleven on tho gridiron here Frl day afternoon by a score of 11 to Our boys will tackle the Central University Freshmen next Friday after noonCOFFEYMra Coffey wife of Mr A G Coffey died at her home in the Arabia section and was buried Satur tiny afternoon after services by Undertaker J C McClary She was 58 years old and is survived by her husband and six children Four children preceded her to the grave Deceased was a devout member of the Baptist church and was a most excellent woman Alay Ho Who death all things well comfort tho father and children in their dark hour of trouble Tile Union Depot tobegiven for the benefit of the U D Cs of Stanfor will bo the most amusing and cntertaii ng entertainment over given in Wal tons Opera House About of tho best local talent will participate The ntnrtalnment is simply a picture of a city union depot with all tho funny cones and situations one is likely to see there Tho drilling of the affair Is onductcd by Miss Jocelyn Price who makes a specialty of this entertalnmei and who has had unbounded success wherever she has produced it Miss Price is an elocutionist graduated Crom tyron Kings school of oratory Musical numbers will bo given by local ta ntAN entertainment rseconsisting of four attractions has been secured for this Winter The first number will be given Nov 8 It Is a Harmony Company a musical feature that should be of interest to all lovers of the art Sea 80n tickets have been arranged for and nay bo secured for 175 at Mr U L ennys or from Prof J W Ireland It is to bo hoped that these entertainments will bo well patronized as it an enterprise that should be encourage It affords amusement and is Instructive and will make for tho interest and regress of educational attractions Go and engage season tickets in order to ncourago and insure the course Hold e ra of season tickets may have their scats reserved before each perform iceCOLLISIONFrelghte No G5 and the second section of No 06 ran together at Dant just below Lebanon Fnday damaging both engines and piling 17- cars in a heap The engineer and fireman on No 65 jumped and escaped jury but Engineer J R Orndorff and roman Steward remained on their en- Kino and were injured Mr Orndorfl stalling four broken ribs and sovera cuts and bruises It is almost a miracle that ho was not killed as ho was fount under his engine with several cars plied upon it Ito is now in a hospital at Lebanon and is doing nicely Fireman Steward was severely cut and bruised akcman Oliver had an anklobroken and was otherwise hurt A mistake train orders caused tho wreck Trains wero greatly delayed and tho track was- not clear until until 11 oclock Saturday night DONT fail to register today Tile new dynamo Is making tho street lights the brightest ever FOR SALE Ono good mail wagon Only used about three months Fred Baumann Jr 3k JUST relieved a large line of stoves and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton liON HARVEY HELM of this place is billed to speak at Falrnouth Pendle ton county next Monday ZION GEORGE E STONE of Danville will speak for democracys cause at Williamsburg next Monday afternoon Fon RENTCottage on Lan aster Street near Main Street Inquire at Muellers jewelry store 10 per month Tim ladies are especially invited to see our Fall and Winter display of millinery on Friday Oct 4 Misses Van Deveer WE itbuthave just shot tho printer who spelled ear with Sandidge in our writeup of the Booth Fete at Hustonville COwANMr Isaac Cowan an aged and respected citizen of Middlcburg Is dead at an advanced age lie was related to the Cowans of this county and was a fine old gentleman AT HUBBLE Noury Karagi zian will preach at Hubble Sunday morning and will lecture there that night Tho subject of his lecture will be Armenian Massacres Go and hear him PROGRAUof the Lincoln County Far mere Institute Tuesday and Wednesday Oct 1 and 2nd under the auspices of the State Department of Agricu culture and the Lincoln County Farmers Club TUESDAY Invocation Eld Jos Ballo Address of WelcomeJ B Pax- tcResponselion Hubert Vrcelan Some Points in Swine Husbandry J A Dobie Wapokcnita 0- An Ideal Supply of Fruits for the Farmer and How to Plant Eco nomically M F Johnson Beuch AFTERNOON A study in Crop Rotation J A Dobi Dairy Cow and Her Care R M Allen Lexingto DISCUSSION Why our Pastures Run Out W D Zinn Phillip W Va Improving theSoilW H Shank iVheat Preparation of Soil C E Tate Night Program to be Supplied WEDNESDAY Opening PrayerRev Yandli Saving and Applying Farm Man ures W D Zim DISCUSSION low to Keep the Boys on the Farm M F Johnson mproving Soil TextureJ A Dobi AFTERNOON Importance of Moisture and How to Retain ILW D Zim silos and SilageW D Zinn Night Program to be Supplied Additional Local on Second Page Good Farm For ale1 IaBlueacres ol KlritOI truer Land In n neighborhood mile roui Ilustonv111uMy und In n higu stnto 01 cultivation Clood house of Trooms ball nll1l porches two large stock lamas cow burn stalls cribs tc The form li woll watered with plenty nevrrfalllnf rings large cistern at the barn wlml furnishing water In and around tin ouse nod nt both barns For full particulars call on O T Notion or Jllohon Hustonvllle KyoT ItOlION PUBLIC SALE Wo administrators of Austin Thompson ectnsed wilt oITr nt public auction ut- tho farm situated on Martins ono bnU mllo from Chilian Casey county Ky on SATURDAY OCT IS following personal property vlu Eight nlcu Routines rom nrs old 9 Jen nttsI years Ulllt overIO lIerloroi Iteer weight about lla pounds 15 nlco hogs burroll of corn more or lens to bo meusur nt withering Unto arming Implement insisting two horao wagons spring shovel com bllll1 wilgonrenikramlmower sot of blacksmith boxes t roadtooll corn curti I skeleton wagon and polo platform lenll forks shovels harness double liar repeating rifle 33 shot llber Marlin miiny other articles in tho Implement line Allo- tbo entlro stock of dry goods glass und ironware and wlreboots and shoescloth lugllRtl nnd caps storo llxturos such us- KhoW ciuos oil tanks scales and all things luUmt In a general store Rule will begin at oclock A of utoro goods will dime every Haturday front Into till- slsarenilsold will be kerved on- tho grounds Huoii THOMPSON A J WaAimiHON Admrsof Austin Thompson leoli NEW SHOES Ladies fine Shoes in a va riety of shapes and leathers School Shoes The kind that resist wear Mens Wear AVc are only satisfied to give you the best money can buy SHOESarc the things for these frosty mornings Let us lit you up for Winter All sizes in Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes Style Quality and Price are right her- eWinter Hose A Specialty Silks Ginghams Soisettes Plaid Silks Fluffy Huffy Belts Voiles Kimono Goods and Prints have just arrivedlNow is the time to buy and be ready for Win ter TRIBBLE HUGHES Goods Notions Shoes IDry Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD 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 W E PerkinsCrab Orchard KentuckyI The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD SKY Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat l Try It Only 25 Cents STANFORD DRUG CO j The Interior Journal Entered in the Port Ofceat Stanford ueondclau matter- pVBLIBUIeD IUDATsl- TUUSUXVS AND AT t 100 PER YEAR CASh When not so paid LOO will be charged Jesse W Sweeney FBOrBICTOB Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky NOTICEIAny one needing n Union Jack and WIre Stretcher cnn leave their order with T n Newland lit tantord lie has one he wilt ibow you and take your order nod will till the tamo on sbortinotlce BT LUN8FOIID NOTICEI Springs situated miles HouthOlympian n on tho O 8 R and o on McKinney A Mlddleburs pike on which hacks ran dully excet t4undny nowopen for the treatment of Itheumn sob and Bowel Tronbleskltheunietlemna ipeclalty at reasonable rates For particu tars and terms address F M sills lror K FD Hox 32 JIustonvllle Ky BaD CARTER Now Livery Depot StreetPhone 96 STAN FORDeKENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building The FisherHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Street between springs and town Vt tulle from Halt Sulphur well t sumo from Brown Inrooms ble and cool comfortable Itntei rper week INSURANCE lire Lightning Wind Storm Life and Aooiaent None but the BTllOlJGKST and BEST Represented Lowest Pos llble Rates Guaranteed Loss Paying neo rdiUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No n GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when the re li so little difference In the price of ready- made lulU and a suit made to your measur taken by an experienced tailor I have n handsome line of Spring tHumuiergoods J oat make from a low price business suit ti the finest dress suit Overcoats Trous r ors and Fancy Vest The company I represent is second to none U0 RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Bpeclal Attention Given Commercial Men Good Rigs at Reasonable Rates Stock Pens In Connection Also for all kinds of Harvesting Gasoline and Steam Engines Alsocommissionmachinery J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office 1hone Home P one S3 JEsLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm erstAlso Dealers in Furniture MattingsEugs They will exchange Furniture for gll Kinda of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT J B Sartaln sold to W H Traylo 60 acres of wheat at 95c Old corn is retailing at 4 Some new corn is being delivered at 250 Simon Well of Lexington bought of J E Allen of Boyle 66 export cattle at 6Jc FOR SALE37 good grade 600 to 700 pound cattle L P Nunnelley R F D Lancaster ESTRAYEDA black Poland China sow weighs about 200 pounds from my place 10 days ago Reward J C Lynn Stanford S M Pelleysold D C Allen 24 cattle at 21 to 4Jc Bob Davis sold Bert Hampton a pair of mules for 255 Casey County News ESTRAYA Poland China boat weighing about 300 pounds Left a few days ago Reward for his return W Bright Stanford1M Thomas H Williams president of the New California Jockey Club has secured the services of Jockey Walter Miller at 1200 pets month N II Bishop of tho West End bought of Henry Anderson 77 owes and three bucks at 625 They were the sheep advertised in this paper- I have a black sow weighing about 175 pounds hole in left ear in stray pen Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep R G Jones marshal Fort SALESplendid twoyearok black jack with white points Also some handsome yearling and twoyear old trotting bred stock S M Owens McKinney Ky The first sale of the 1907 crop of tobacco was made at Mt Sterling when Kirkpatrick Clay purchased 12 acres of green tobacco in the barn from Ar thur Jacobs at IX cents straight FOR SALEBy Hancock Taylor Co 236 6th Street Louisville Ky 137 acres of land five miles from Stan ford near McKinney on Queen Cres cent railroad for 1000 Write quick if you want it The worlds record was broken when the boar Ten Strike was purchased by B M Chambers of Oswego Kan for 5152 Six of his pigs brought 13600 and 44 others of his brought 25900 or an average of 682 W B Burton sold to Smith Bros of New York six mules for 1000 He also sold to Harbison Co a very fine walktrot gelding by Red Leaf for a fancy price He bought several horses court day at from 150 to 200Lan caster Record An agent of the United States Government is in Lexington buying thor oughbred horses which will be given I trial as cavalry mounts The Govern ment is to make a thorough test of bot h thoroughbred and saddlebred horses and should they prove to be bettc suited to army purposes will use thE best breed hereafter One dollar per bushel for No 2 re d and longberry wheat and 98 cents fc No3 and longberry wheat in cars on track in Louisville were the notice sent out over telegraph wires an through the mails yesterday afternoo and last night by local mills and commission houses to growers countr dealers and buyers says Saturday Louisville Times A Certain Cure for Croup Use d for Ten Years without a Failure Mr W C Bott a Star City Ind hardware merchant is enthusiastic In his praise of Chamberlains Cough Remedy His children have all been subject tocroup and bo has used this remedy for the past 10 years and though they much feared the croup his wife and he always felt safe upon retiring when abottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy was In the house His oldest child was subject to severe attacks of croup but this remedy never failed to effect a speedy cure Ho has recommended It to friends and neighbors and all who have used it say that It Is unequaled for croup and whooping cough For solo by all druggIsts Tho music is one of the great attractions at Kentuckys Great Trots It has always been the policy of the Association to secure the best music available This year the popular John C Weber with his famous Prize Band of America which has won the championship in two national competitions and which is conceded to be the very best open air con cert band in the country will give dally concerts before the grand stand assisted by the operatic soprano Blanche R Mehaffey said to bo the best band soloist in the United States The Weber Band is noted for the appropriate selections and catchy music with which it favors the visitors- to the Trots and the concerts alone are worth the admission price These concerts are given daily from Oct to 18 during the entire meeting They Make You Feel Good The pleasant purgative effect exper- Ienced by all who use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful Price 25 cents Samples free at all druggists Bowling Green nominated a wet council by majorities ranging from 14 to 50 Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33 Years- I have been aflllcted with sore eye for 33 years Thirteen years ago I be came totally blind and was blind for six years My eyes were badly inflamed One of my neighbors Insisted up on my trying Chamberlains Salve and gave mo halt a box of It To my surprise It healed my eyes and my sight came back to raerl C Earls Cynthlana Ky Chamberlains Salv U for sale by all druggists While 3000 miners and 4500 farmers gathered hero for a union rally were parading the streets in a heavy rain the downpour was ruining the feast prepared for the occasion and placed In tempting array on tho barbecue grounds near this city The meat from 100 fat beeves many hogs and hundreds of chickens was practically spoiled and most of it has been thrown away What tho rain did to 3000 crisp and luscious pies was a shame melting them into a big mass of goo says a Madisonville special Quinsey Sprains and Swel lings Cured In November 1001 I caught cold and had tho quinsy My throat was swollen so I could hardly breathe I applied Chamberlains Pain Balm and it gave mo relief In a short time In two days I was alright says Mrs L Cousins Otterburn Mich Chain berlalns Pain Balm Is a liniment and is especially valuable for sprains and swellings For sale by all druggists 4 Attention Please I honest desiring temporary or- errunnantetuplovnteutshould call on EI berlK Young nt I O ad drell Waynes burg KH K II 01 Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office TRY The Frankfort Stats Journal The Democratic State Organ during campaignd It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest and most reliable news every day toW P Walton Frnnkfort Ky Keep Your OpeItany doctor will verify that people who suffer most often from disease are the ones who have the most difficulty in keeping their bowels open Regulat 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 aid like 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 strong physic as It weakens the system And tl futile for tbe strongest person because the I1IWotlonWhat Is needed U a prompt bat gcntlo laze PepsinPeopleand It Is being better II ked by more people every year The reason Is that It tills a want It Is inlllie anything else Results are so sure In xmstlpatlon dyspepsia Indlcestlon liver trouble biliousness flatulency sour stomach weak stomach bloated stomach and such Ills hat a cure of any of these ailments Is absolutely guaranteed A bottle costs but cents or II and is worth a hundred times that to any sufferer Wise mothers keep It constantly In the house for emergencies because it la needed at sometime or other by every member of tbo family Dr Luella Underbill the medical superintendent of tho Working Womans Home of Chicago has kept her charges In perfect health by the use of Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin whenever a atom- sch complaint was brought to her attention No other laxative Is used In tbe Homo Buy a bottle yourself today and watch the prompt and permanent results FREE TEST Thotwtihln Peporsbu M Ing tan hue a free ample bottle sent to their home by addmtlng tiis company This oller Is to prays thuithe remedy do li we claim and li only epee to those who fcavt oevtr taken It Send for It If you bars any symptoms of stomach liver or disease Gentlest yet most sitective laxative for children women and old folks ruaranted permanent home ears THE PUBUO VERDICT Laxative so and Sure proouctbearsPEPSIN SYRUP SO MUSaUwoll Bldg Montloetlo III J r n NOTICEI Twelve Now Woblwr Two Iforse Wagons vrlth gear and ono 1Iionw Webber wagon Cheap for emit Hue tJones McKinney Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A lino blue griiM fnrin for sale situated on near Point Loiivell niul six uilli southof UuiditUr coot lntug au acres Wall located III Rood neighborhood belli part of the John wnlkwr tract with hand KOinu new twostory sevenroom residence theroon recently complete with all outbuildings and good now Imrn 4uxdu Well wnUrou six never falling springs and creek rnnnttiK through TKRlII cash In hand Iwilnneo ona and two years from Unvof salv baring six lKr tent Interest until pnlil- 1eraoni looking for mich place please write K Mnml laatwllu Walker farm nt Jolnt Unvell or W O Walker Stanford Ky Isabelle I K M and W UI Wulker Point lcnvoll Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate EidijiDi 1k TITLE coInynuufJJlklIIIIroutbuildings nutorvhanl Thlspro r t is near eblln nod schoolhouse Is well worth time price IUINo Slto micros j clmnl on tho State road hat n twostorj house Rood lions orchard and Is well aloe- mlabout llxncrts of this land Is bottom hind and produces flno crops A Uirgalna tJM H cash balance In ono and two years 031I acres on Buck Oreek near Way nesbur l room house tiers other out bulldlnks plenty of water Oath price K frw No 115 eons near Love Orvon nook castle county Ky This farm line n new story framehouio would COlt to build now 2iU good burn crib Ac located near church und school This Is a nice home old can Ui bought for JK per acre K cash re malnder In mouths No I the more farms Ire aeros In cultivation dwelling of l rooms t good barn and other outbuildings Islets or clmnl One of the count Price FVM half cashbalmtee I and r years NudJl acres adjoining farina No I and 5 acres In cultivation lance in tlm tier loaf white and sonic Hun cedar lies 1story log hue and good oreh ant well watered Oush price tvUM NoT iouciv near Maretsburg Ky10 acres In cultivation cowl dwelling house horn and necessary outbuildings line water and school church and It lUfttatlon Price fifW X rash balance one mud two year Nolt U acres near Conway Ky nearly all of thli tarn Is tine for corn and meadow dwelling hout burn and other buildings on county roarw miles from llvrea College Cash price M 0Nop41acre on Iirakes from Grab Orchard Tills farm adjoins tile pike and Is a of tho leo Kvans farm This Is line land anti In condition nil necessary buildings This Is a bargain t per rare No IT flares near Stanford Ky in nice shape with sectswtry tulldlllgle can bought worth time money For full particular In regard to nil the above farm lOll or write Hughes or Jollies I White Stanford Ky Notice of Election I Regular term of the Lincoln county court IwldloduseptYlmrlpresent lon O Warren Judllll presiding In the matter of the application of the cltlion of Klngsvlle a graded ehool At the lust regular term of this eOllrthlhI a petition signed by J W Thompcon1 v1otx1 D V Htphell soil U M Tlmoinpson Will Rogue leeklIt1 1tI1I1IJl1 tI and W W Waltr h W lreillh ton b M Haggard M U Murphy lied looch Howard NweenejrT Will Allen Dirk Yeller Flesh ItHrnllhlAMorris WnllUCofg Leach MurphyRIns U AHIimleton W MHIngleton T IL Taylor O Trusty Win M OICOChjUbar Vllllllullk J Ii McKpe J li- dooch Delaney II I IIl1uh U HIiOheyOletteChris hoard Ucorgo fiooch A Uooch Win Itobertsand J V Htull wan Ilietl In open courtjbwfore U l Wnrrvn judge of said court asking tint a Oradwl ioininor School Dlntrlct be established with Iwunda ry as follows lleulnnlngat John McKeos Included tvl to MnHnrnli J Austin place In cluded thence to W M llOKua Included thence to J NVdooch place Includtd thence to J JI Muriihv Inrluded theiife to the Mn Halite ilullln place iniluilixl them to true pat No IS7 on the C N n ft T 111 rplareloeludedthencn to II A Slitghetun Included thence to Howiird Hwwney Included thenco to J 1v HtulllXIluchl thence It lowers place DOw1Y01nggardextudedthetite to a pointy mile North of tulle last N on the U N Ot T1 It It thriuv to J1 thegrove place excluded thence to J tIKees the lieglnnlnt- And ltap e rlllZ to the court that all of the sushi petitioners are legal voters and res Ident orand taxpayers In the said propi o ed iradiHl Common School District In the town Klngsvlllenikiwnln the Waynis burg Magisterial iNo iiind that time site for the ehooolbou6 U the Klngsvllle schadhouse located In KlngulIIlLillcoillcounty KYl erUlied onypartlonoftheboundary An It further appearing that n majority of time trustees In eucli of the common school districts embraced In whole or In girt In sold Urude1 Common HchiMil district have consented to the establishment of time sold proposed traded Hchool District itnd have endorsed their conient In writing 1IllIturIIIcountyhitssushi proposed district mud endorsed hU consent In writing upon the said petition its provided by law lwtitlolnappxnrdIn IIdJjdllldthutordered and d reetl1 to cause II pall to Im optlled In the town of Klngsvllle Jonllin election to be held thereon the tilth day of October Iwlng Moro than dll- lifter the entry of this order to take the untie of legal white voters In said pro lOMd Graded Common Hchool District whether there shall bo levied anti collected in annual tax of is cents on each IU of iropvrty iissessiKl In said proposed traded onuiion Hchool District to time while voters and corporation for the pur- pOle of nialntaliilng n Graded Common School In the said proposed Graded Common School DUtrlct and for the purpose of irectlng suitable buildings there or as pro by the commollchoollllw Theoillecrs of std election will cause the aid legal voters in said proixwed district to vote for live to persons to lie trustees of same provided said tax shall IM approved by tbe sold voters The otllcers of election will make due return of the result of said lectlou at once A Copy Attest nEO II OOOIEH Olerlc liT 131 llulln toll n O Lhlcolncountyherebylouvered to me Ueo H looperUlcrkof the Lincoln Couuty Court wherefore directed same tn be pub lulled In the INTKJUOII JOUHNAI u senll weekly nowspaiwr published In Lincoln county Ky and compliance therewith I will opsn the polls in Klngsvllle Ky In the district nlwve limned on tbo darnllddate named In order for tho purpose log the sense of the voters of said district on the question of establishing n Graded Com won In said district Given under my hand this 11th day of eptomber T J HJ JI Hit Hhurlff of Lincoln County Try Our Pure Canada Sap The Original Maple Syrup Santee Sryup Bob White Syrup W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentuckyd Hardware from N to Z O is for Oilers Oil Stoves and Oil Cans P is for Pail Plow PumpJPulloy and Pan Q is for Quoits one of the old sports R is for Ifaors and Rakes of all sorts S is for Screens Scales Shovels and Saws T is for Tinware Tools Trimmings Trick Clawst U is for Useful Utensils Weve more thin a score in this big hardware store V is for Vice for a carpenters bench W is for Washer Wringer anti Wrench X is for the letter that stands for unknown if you dont know your wants come here and be shown Y is for Yard stick that measures three feet Z is for Zinc still our tales incomplete Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 500001 This Institution WM originally esUbllshtd M tbe Deposit flank of Stanford In usa then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In IUS and again reorganized ai the First National Raik of Stanford la 1111 having bad practically ao uninter rupted existence for II years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Inr business promptly and well than ever btfore In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and CIr partitions Solicited Officers Baughman NoticeFarmers We buyers for Lincoln county real estate If you have farm for to us ACCOUNTS NOTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Reference Dank in Somerset Addroi Somerset Real Agency Somerset Ky For Sale or Rent I The Newton Hotel property n now two story brick viniiracInK is rooms nnd halls and one storeroom 23x78 feet Ixtcatvd on the corner of Main A Danvlllo Avenue In K Has churn ice house and othuruutbulldltiKs Address NKWTON 111104 Somerset Ky Good Business for Sale of m r chnallsetitcostwillsoilatonce and ulve furtherlwntorrmmtiou Miirksbury lfy Sale for Taxes I On TUUtKIIA Y OCT wllliell to the highest bidder the following trllotlC uf land In District NOl nod 62 tho smile take place before the court huusu door toI Htanfonl Lincoln county Ky between iindlv u oclock IU acres Klsluy flail heirs acres llnrinan Hhepby s 1 40 acres Kddlu Harris 175- i acres Johnson Burr 9 70 40 acres J 11 Hkldmoro s ss 161JJacres W Harris 155 acres James Hlctdmoro j eu tlllcre Mrs Illchardson s z3 Hunt Flint U house and lot In Kings r l lot 6longing to Jae McCormick bS W M MUUPIIY District Collector J I HOOKER Presk I T IIAHRM V Psis JIIiOKORERTIOitrW Directors Reid DaarllU I T Harris Stanford 1 I Rocker Stanford K L Tanner MeKlnotr M D Etmore Stanford II Stanford T P Illll Stanford Las Robinson Rabble J n Bau bman Stanford L U Pettus Stanford U R Tate Stanford 3 have a sale write AND Any L Estate L t5 N TIME THBLE- Ko II Month lltJl PM No SI South Itsw v XNoJOS S RICE Agont y TRIBBLE a ran Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY r Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Bcnzloy has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE O PENCE rotDay