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IHE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXYSTANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 1907 NO 02 MISS JOCEIYN JlUCE In MJMKRSKT I Tho handsomo and talented young lap urde whose supervision Tho Union Depot will be presented at Wnlton Opera ILiuia thw Friday evening PLEASANT POINT Tho Wednesday meet ing Ii progressing nicelyIWe are informed that our neighbor John A Dean has traded his farm fa- a farm near Danville Rev W G Tilford will fill hk ap i pointmcnt at the Baptist church next Saturday and Sunday Rev George Thompson who has huoi teaching a singing school here has closed Rev Thompson Is a flee Singe and his class was very Interesting Tho G A It reunion was well at tended all three days No serious trou ble occurred on the grounds Then were several shows and plenty of reo freshmen Tho killing of the at the Kingsvlllo depot caused consltl1 enable excitement the second da Miss Eva WnlU who has been undo treatment for catarrh is Improving slowly Dr Acton of her physician Mrs Cook of MillersI burg and Mrs Marie Thorne of Cyn thiana were guests of their sisters Mrs Long and Miss Willson Mrs Nan nlo VanAradalc Danville spent severs days with her sister here Miss Mar garet Iloutcn has returned to Lexington after n visit to her brother W G Routen Wm Smiley and wife who moved to Indiana some years ago arc visiting relatives here Mrs Mary Dye spent several days with her son on Duct Creek Miss Della Hague was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Dye Littk Cora Alford visited her grandarcnts at Milledgevillc Mrs Ella Ellison oC McKinney visited her sister Mrs Tay t lor here James Taylor spent a few days with homufolks Mrs Helen 0 Bryan and husband were guests of Mr Sexton and wife- How to uraCold The question of how to euro a oold without unnecessary loss of time one In which wo aro all more or less Interested for the quicker u cold III gotten rill of the less the danger of pneumonia and other serious diseases Mr D W L Hall of Waverly Va has used Chamberlains Cough Rem ody for years and says I firmly be hove Chamberlains Cough Remedy to bo absolutely the best preparation ot the market for colds I havo recom mended It to my friends and they all agree with me For sale by all drug gistsGov Bradley is going to hear some thing drop Senator Bronston is go fag to tell In his Lebanon speech next Monday the real reason that the governor called out the troops during the session of the body which failed to elect a Republican U Senator life and governors differ as the night differs from day The Senator was a member of the legisla ture and his statement is going to furnish mighty interesting reading lie ho Is for bearFrank fort Journal A Criminal Attaok on an Inoffensive citizen Is frequent ly made In that apparently useless lit tie tube called the appendIx Its generally the result of protracted constipation following liver torpor Dr Kings New Lifo Pills regulate the liver prevent appendicitis and estab lish regular habits of the bowels 25o at Pennys Drug Store la your machine a good hill climb er1 I should say sol It Is taking mo over the hills to the poorhouse Smart Set- Foleys Kidney Cure will cure any A case of kidney troublo that Is not beyond medical aid Pennys Drug- Store BRODHEAD Tho sick are all better Fine woather Corn cutting Is the ordor of the day P E Shlvel told u four months oh mule for 5105 also a ftve months olc mule for O Ho also sold a bunch oC hectors at lie All were sold to Preach crsvllle parties Boge Brown of Preach orsvlllf has been through the southern part of the county buying hogs and eat tie Boge takes up all tho surplus stock from these parts and leaves a nice lot of dough in return Mrs Mary Albright and son Emery have returned from an extended visit to relatives at Middlcburg Conductor C E Rico wife and son and Mrs Jno Ntiwland have been visiting relative near here H C Gentry and wife George Gentry and wife and Jonas McKenzie of Mt Vernon attended sin vices hero Sunday Morris Perkins and wife of Crab Orchard were hero tc attend the dedication and were guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Albright Last Sunday night about 1030 Let Wiggins was shot and instantly killer by his sisterinlaw Mrs Clell Smith at the latters residence near here Dad feeling had existed between Wiggins and Smith for a long time and Sunday night Wiggins while drunk enterer Smiths house and began quarreling with him when Mrs Smith grabbed a shot gun and emptied the contents into his breast Wiggins wife and Smiths wife are sisters Smith and his wife Immediately went to Mt Vernon and surrendered to Jailar Jarrett Last Sunday will long bo remembered by the Baptists of Brodhead and by the other denominations that took part in the dedicatory exercises of the new Baptist church Fully 500 people were present Rev J G Bow of Lou- Isville preached the dedicatory sermon Subject We are Gods Workman ship Rev R R Noel offered the dedicatory prayer A fine dinner was served on the grounds At 230 p Rev Noe preached a fine sermon on tho subject A Live Dog is Better Than a Dead Lion At 7 PM Rev Bow delivered a strong missionary ser mon subject Preach the Gospel A revival is following the dedication conducted by Revs Pike Smith Noel and Wilson They are assisted by Rev Sawyers of the Methodist church There were 10 ministers present at dedication Revs Bow Noel Smith Pike Wilson Briscoc Hudgins Cum rains Gooch and Mctcalf also Rev- Sawyer The old Baptist church build- Ing which was erected In 187G is now owned by the Masonic order and is be- Ing used by them However they havo owned half of the building since Its erection Steps will soon be taken to raze tho old building and a now Masonic hall will be erected elsewhere in town A Card This Is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If Foloys Honey and Tar falls to cure 10ur bough or cold It stops the ough huals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la rlppo coughs and prevents prieu lonla and consumption Contains no opiates rho genulno Is In a yellow lackago Refuse substitutes Pen iys Drugstore lies a very prominent member of our yacht club- Indeedl what is his official capac- Ity Four gallons Life a The home of W 0 Elliott in tho- West End of Boyle burned NEWS NOTES The Illinois supremo court handed down an opinion declaring tho State primary election law unconstitutional Seven more indictments in the State Capitol prosecutions were returned by the Dauphin county grand jury at lIar risburg Pa Beech Hargis son of James Harg of Jackson has been missing for several days and his mother is In Cincinnati looking for him Nine of the 21 candidates nominati Tuesday by the Democrats of Cincinnati have decided to refuse to accept the places given them on the municIpal J Frank Manly of Indiana In an address before the Chicago Ministerial Association declared himself In favor of the total extinction of liquor saloonsA was appointed for the Washington Arlington and Falls Church Railway Company operating an electric line between Washington and Falls Church Va Gov B B Comer has sold his 18000 acre plantation in Alabama and it is understood that the purchase was made for Booker Washington who contemplates locating Negro colonies thereon Milt Carpenter who lost a leg by a cavein at the Hose Run iron mills In Bath county and brought suit for 3 000 damages compromised for 45 acres of land a horse a cow a cork leg and 600About longshoremen and teamsters went on a strike on the riverfront at New Orleans when the crews of Leyland Line and Austro America Line steamers started stowing cotton in vessels Constable C W Gayle familiar known as Dntch was shot and kill ed by T C Leach at Mincrsville Scott county The cause was family troubles He was shot through the bowels dyin in a short while The McKinley mausoleum was dedii cated at Canton 0 in the presence o a multitude of people President Roosevelt delivered the principal address of the day Judge W R Day and Gov Harris also spoke The convention of Attorneys Gen oral In St Louis has appointed a com mitten to draft a scheme of antitrust legislation and adopted resolution asking Congress to prevent Fcderi courts interfering In proceedings to en force State Laws William T Stead has written an ai tide calling attention to the failure oC The Hague Peace Conference to acknowledge the Instrumentality Presi dent Roosevelt in bringing about the meeting He characterizes it as a cu rious but unintentional omission The probability that a new and mod fled quarantine against tropical countries will be maintained perpetually In New Orleans instead of a quarantin In summer months only as heretofore was announced by Surgeon J II White of tho United States Marine Hospital Service- Authentic reports disclosed the fact that a number of heads of department will resign with Director General Bar of the Jamestown Exposition Johi A Wakefield chief of concessions and A C Sherwood chief of admissions announce their resignations and it Is reported that others have resigned The wife of Jasper Tucker a pros porous farmer of Mason county has been missing from home since last FrI day Some time ago her husband sold a farm and placed the money in bank to her credit about 6000 Friday she came to town left a note for her husband drew out all the money and bought a ticket for Cincinnati The Franklin county grand jury chargingIGoebel assassination case and other with conspiring together with intent to procure others to swear falsely as wit nesses In the Scott Circuit Court the effect that Henry Youtsey of New port now in the State prison undo onviction of complicity in the Goebe ase had admitted that he fired the shot which killed Gov Goebel In Janu try 1900 The others indicted with Powers are Howard M Benton ol Newport a lawyer Jennie Gentry dim Julia Sars of Lexington and Davo Cushing said to bo of Kenton ounty Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and Irouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of today although a citizen of Codoll Earl Sham urjf has not yet forgotten a hard time ho encountered Ho says ras worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day qnd could find no relief till I tried Dr King1 New Discovery It took less than ono bottle to completely cure mo The latest and most reliable cough and old cure and lung and throat boater ever discovered Guaranteed by Pen tys Drug Store COo and el Trla bottle free KINGSVILLE B P Shewmaker of Morelaud was here last week to procure the remaining personal effects of his brother law the late Haldon Vandivier Will the person who by mistake took from the Q C depot an umbrel slightly broken with silver handle In emblem of a flower which belonged to the former agent II B Vandivie please communicate with Mrs B P Shewmaker Moreland Ky She will pay for all trouble and expense James Goochof Eubanks is our present station agent Mrs Marion Williams and children of Eubank were the guests of relatives here J W Boland of Lexington is here this week in the interest of his lumber company C M Gooch day operator at the tower and ono of the best on the road resigned his position to go Into the lumber business with his brother at Bowling Green Miss Cora Watts of Nemo Tenn is the guest of relativ here Born to the wife of Monte Dish on a daughter News comes fromjSoi erect that a daughter has arrived at tho home of Mr and Mrs Craig But formerly of this place Little De1la Rigney has returned from a visit to Somerset Mrs Mary Lear and little daughter Clyde have returned to theIr home at Narka Kansas after a visit to relatives here Miss Euphemia Taylor has gone to Nicholasville to attend Jessamine Institute Miss Nettle Gooch is visiting her cousin Mrs Della Mah- er at Ludlow Mrs Edmund Murphy is with her sister at McKinney Clauc Pennybacker of Somerset came up to learn the particulars of the murder of his brother of the 0 R T Hal Vand vier Mrs Milford Vaught who has been quite sick is able to be out again Mrs Colonel Gooch and daughter ara visiting relatives in Lexington Mrs Smith Is visiting relatives at Danville and Burgin MIDDLEBURG The Casey County News says that Dr Bruncr made a great ado about the dog tax It would seem that the doctor and Senator Cox republican candidate for lieutenant governor will clash along that line The Senator was a strong advocate of the dog tax when it was before the Legislature Luther Elliott of Humphrey was here Monday Mesdames J A Estes Martha Fogle and Miss Emma Fogl went to Junction City Tuesday to at tend the burial of Mrs James Shannon Mrs C L Pruitt of Moreland was here Monday Rev W G Gilford and W E McWhorter attended the fifth Sunday meeting at Poplar Grove Sunday rHis Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who Is no S3 years old thrives on Electric iDBlt ters writes W B Brunson of Dub hn Oa She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleep well hats the way Electric Bit ors affect tho aged and the samehap ly results follow in all cases of feiuali veakness and general debility Weak puny children tqo are greatl itrengthened by them Guaranteed ilso for stomach liver and kldne roubles by Penny the druggist 50c FAMOUS FREE FOR ALL PACERS AT LEXINGToNOn Saturday Oct 12 th fifth day of tho Great Lexington Trots one of the greatest lot of pacers eve seen together will start in the twomin ute pace The great Audubon Boy 1591 Angust Pointer 201 Baron rattan 203J Argot Boy 2031 Morn- Ing Star 2ot1 Rudy Kip 2041 Hedge vood Boy 204 are some of the star eligible On the same day the Wilson Stake with Reproachless 2041 Hldal Ito 204 Leland Onward 2051 Majo Mallow 206 Alice Pointer 2051 etc Is carded Remember the dates Oct S to 18 and dont miss it No home Is so pleasant regardless of tho comforts that money will buy as when tho entire family Is In perfect health A bottle of Orlno Laxative fruit Syrup costs CO cents It will sure every member of the family of onstipatlon sick headacho or stomach trouble Pennys Drugstore The Western Union and Postal Telegraph Companies were ordered by ustlco Ford of the New York upreme Court to show cause why Stato Attorney General Jackson should not bo permitted to sue them for for eiture of on the that they havo formed a combmatlon- to increase telegraph tolls a They Make You Feel Good The pleasant purgative effect ex per need by all who use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create makes ono- feel joyful Price 25 cents Samples Jtee at all druggists S S The wets nominated a city coun ell at Mt Sterling Crossett Shoes I Are good company and make short miles Every mile will seem only a block if your feet are in Crossett Shoes Patent ColtBox CalfGun metal narrow toes wide toesarch instep Weve got em I Just a appreciate we ha- veSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY LEXINGTONOCT SIOOOOO STAKES AND PURSES22000 Kentucky Futurity Oct 8 6000 Transylvania Oct 10 1500 2ilinuto Pace Oct 12 3000 Walnut Hall Cup Oct 14 3000 McDowell Oct 15 One or More Stakes Daily WEBERSFaPtmiieaBAND BLANCHE B MEHAFFEY Soprano HALF RATES ON ALL RAILROAD the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford RenlwcKy Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORS- IJ B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterIStanford- John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walker Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preacheraville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky t sSri iVEIComfort economy and durability are 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 The ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter i is hero S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber Books Wall Paper Paints Oilsjjand Varnishes School Supplies Best IFoor Finish is RENULAC 1 DRUGGISt tl STANFOROJII t JJ JII The Interior Journal E Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER Is a cnndldate for Joker of Uncoln C01I1t subject to the action ot the IIllIIocrlltlc party M BRUCE 11ft cnndhtnte for Inlier or county to tho action bf the VlmocrllUc subject t JAMES C HAYS counlv110bJeclparty D C ALLEN for Assesorof Lincoln county Is n candidate k subject to thu ocUon or the llelllQcmtlc party Democratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Beck ham For GovernorS W Hager For Attorney General John K Hendrl ks For State Superintendent Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor H M Bbsworth For Secretary ofr State Hubert VreelandFor Ruby Lafloon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks TUB army officers arc trying their best to get the canteen restored but Congress cant see it that way Ac cording to the report of the Surgeon General of the army the high rate of t mortality among the regular soldiers is due to the use of alcohol At the same time Surgeon General OReilly declares that the deprivation of beer by abolishing the army canteen has much to do with alcoholism and other deseases in the army When on leave the soldiers compensate themselves for the loss of their beer by frequenting the haunts licensed and unlicensed around their garrisons and dulging to excess in fiery alcohol fluids For want of the milder malt liquor they ofter carry the easily concealed spirits into quarters I with them IF the suggestion of the bankers convention at Atlantic City is carried out we shall soon be able to tell notes of the different denomination by their color The proposal was that the ground tint for 1 be slate for 2 bills brown that fives tens and twenties be tinted green blue and yellow respectively that 50 bills be in pink tones and bills of 100 and denominations be printed on a llbackground of virgin white REPRESENTATIVES HEFLIN of Alabama and Gaines of Tennessee will tike the stump in Kentucky the latter put of October in tho interest of the Democratic State ticket Former Seni w ator E W Carmack of Tennessee will also be heard during the last ofthe campaign and former Congressman Charles K Wheeler of Paducah will make speeches for the State ticket immediately after the Bryan invasion of Western Kentucky FARMERS in Minnesota have pledged themselves not to sell wheat for less than 125 and farmers in Georgia are bound not to sell cotton for less than 15 cents and Kentucky raisers have pledged not to sell their tobacco unless they get about 15 cents The farmers seem to be getting in the trust class considerably themselves A BODYGUARD of ExConfederate soldiers met Judge S W Hager when he spoke at Flemingsburg and escorted I him around town Every Confederate veteran in the county save two was in- line Wonder what Rummy thinks of that 7 POLITICAL Mayor Edward L Dempsey was re nominated for Mayor by the Demo cratic city convention in Cincinnati Gov Beckham has appointed Judge J S Morris of Lagrange special Judge of the Scott Circuit Court to preside at tho trial of Caleb Powers Since when in Kentucky has crime been political 7 asked Willson of his Woodford county audience Since the Republican leaders had Gov Goebel killed to carry their point Ask a hard onoFrankfort Journal In answer to the Republican charge that he as auditor had been holding up checks for William Semonin clerk of the Jefferson county court Judge linger said in a speech at Cynthiana 41ho statement of partisan Republican newspapers in the city of Louis ville that I have held up checks sent to the Auditors office by W J Sem onin late Clerk of Jefferson County Court in settlement of his accounts or that I have in any way granted him favors or handled his accounts in any other manner than that in which the of all other clerks of the State Democratic of Republican were handled or that I had any of delinquency of shortage of Mr Semonin 1 1007 are abso lately false a San Francisco democrats have nomi nated Dr Edward Robeson Taylor for mayor and William II Langdon for district attorney Beginning Oct 25 Vice president Farbank8willBpeaklfrom the tail end of aspecial train at Middlcsboro Pine vlllc Barbourvlle Corbin London Livingston Berea Richmond Winchester Paris Lexington and other pointsSecretary Taft delivered a notable address at a banquet in Tokio at which ho was the guest of honor In the course of his speech ho said that war between the United States and Japan would be a crime against civilization and as wicked as it would be insane President Roosevelt arrived in St Louis Wednesday morning and was welcomed by screaming whisles clang- Ing bells and cheers from a vast assemblage on tho river front The presi dent whcnthe stepped ashore was greeted by 13 governors and various of fl vials IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Miss Amanda Joseph ofLower Gar rard was badly hurt in a runaway- T R Bryan uncle of George L Carpenter of Hustonvllle Is dead at Shiveley was injured at Barbourville by his engine leaving the track on a switch- J M Keane the Junction City baker boughtCashier D Ransdells home at that place for 3000 John Sam Sumpter aged 16 fell from a loaded wagon near Nancy Pulaski county and was killed by the wagon running over him In the case of Dr J G Carpenter of Stanford vs James M Peliey a judgment Ifor the plaintiff was rendered for 165 jury verdict Adairfrews The First National Bank of Burn side is the name of the new financial institution that has begun business in that thriving little city of Southern PulaskiLee Wiggins was killed near Brod lead by Mrs ClelliSmith It is claimed that Wiggins in company with Josiah Wiggins a cousin stopped at Smiths house intoxicated and came to blows Smith parted them and was knockedfsenseless with a pistol Mrs Smith fired a shot gun and almost in stantly killed Wiggins CHURCH MATTERS Rev W G Montgomery has closed- a successful meeting at Hubble The Rev Dr Edward B Mason a musician and composer of hymns and one of the bestknown clergymen in Maine died at Brunswick- A lively fight has arisen in the councils of the Primitive or Hard Shell Baptists of Georgia four of the lead- Ing churches having been thrown out of the association at the recent annual convention of the Echeeconnee division at Salem in that State over the use of organs in the service and the taking out of insurance by members of the churchThe Sacrament of the Lordss Supper will be administered at the morning service at the Presbyterian church The subject of ourmeditation 1045 A M will be The Worthy and Unworthy Partaking of the Lords Supper The subject at 700 P M will be The Immortality of the Soul Young peoples meeting at 630 p M Sunday school at 930 A M All are cordially invited to worship with us TilE PASTOR 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 Arhica Salvo Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing Influence Guaranteed by Penny the druggist 25c Joseph Ralston a Harrison county farmer climbed to the top of his barn recently filled with new tobacco tied a plow line around his necK drank two ounces of carbolic acid and swung his body into the new tobacco breaking neckDirectors of the Chicago and Alton railroad at a meeting in Chicago named eight new members of the board to represent the Clover Leaf interests S M Felton was elected president of the road Judge Hager in his speech at Owings ville Wednesday discussed the finances of the State and asked the republicans to account for 964 which should have been in tho treasury when ho took officeDayton Hines a Negro arrested at Dayton 0 is said to have confessed that he murdered Miss Anna Marko witz of Covington and Abe Cohen of Indianapolis Aug 4 last In the presence of a distinguished gathering a memorial tablet at the birthplace of President U S Grant at Point Pleasant in Clermont county 0 was unveiled Ten of District Attorney Jeromes alienists in the trial of Harry K Thaw have rendered bills for their services The total of these bills is slighty In excess of 23000 The Census Bureau rc Orts 1430265 bales of cotton counting round as half bales ginned from the growth of 1907 up to September 25 Senator William E Borah was ac quitted at Boise of the charge of com plicity in tho Western land frauds The jury took but one ballot and tho defendant was given an ovation by his friends when the verdict of acquittal was an nouncedBy of tho president Wm P Duvall was appointed to be major general In the army vice Maj Gen William McCaskey the present commander of the Department of the Da kotasOver 43000 voters registered Louisville the democrats leading by 5000 Good Business for Sale My iiropertv and evnvrnl stock of IllerI hMII lie lit cut wi ten at once and iilve turlInforiuatlouMnrksbury Ky 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Kon tuck Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but first clars Uoinpiiniod Koprc tented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY DEAD GAMES If you will bring your Uunnmlltolrat- o me anti let me put them In IIratlnu condition have hud iu years xlrlllcot- In that business I put new handle on Razor Blades Forrols on Walking Canos and Re pair Umbrellas Make n socially of tilting nit klndi of 1e1 to all kinds of lock nil kinds repairing un bicycles nod keep In stork nil klndi ot bicy cle repair ilreiueu will be satisfied COMb MAY JWN Third Ht Diilivlll Ky FOR SALE A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco landt made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto late place and will bs sold at a bargain if sold within the next 60 days cash balance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Sale for Taxes I On TlIUltllDA OCT will tell to the highest bidder the fubowtng tracts of land In District Net 61 mid K the ante to Ilike place lieforo the courthouse door In Htnnfonl Lincoln county Ky between IIml r x oclock t 4751llQ40 acres Kddlo Harris 2 SOacres Johnson Hurr 76 40 acres J H ttkldmoru 3 545 acres Nannie Young 75 82 acres W A MoIIurgue 2 U acres J ll ltnrrls 1M 40 acres W Harris 113 acres James Hkldmore 2 IV IIlIcre KlchartUon 228 Ham Filet l1 house anti lot In Kings lotdbrlonging to Jim JlcVormtckI 75 W W M MUIUH District Collector PUBLIC SALE I 1Ve as administrator of Austin Thomp 80n uecenlcd will otter nl public auction lit the form situated on Martins Creek one half mile from Chllton Casey county Ky on SATURDAY OCT It IIO7 tbn following personal property viz Eight nice geldings from a to 7 years old 9 Jen nets 2 years old unit overW Hereford steers weight about lui pounds nice hogs tU barrels of corn snore or less to Iw measur ed at gathering time hunting Implements consisting of two horke wagons wagon turning plows doubleshotelconl- neti reuporanu mower set of blacksmith tools corn shelters cutting boxes 2 row carts skeleton wagon nod pole platform scales forks shovel harness double bar shotgun I Mcullber repenting rifle 82 cullber Mnrlln repeating rifle and many other article In the Implement line Also the entire stuck ot dry goods glass and queenswure and wlreboola und shoeiclotli Ing hnll and cups store fixtures such III Ihlnltsfoundoclock Auction of store goods will continue every from ditto till Roods ore all sold Lunch will be served on the grounds Huntt THOMPSON A J WQAHKIHON Admrs or Austin Thompson Deed Public Sale of Blue Grass FarmStock ImplementsEtc account of Illhealth I have decides to tell my form on- TIIUIISUAYOoT17 Ito consisting of acre of land situated on nrorddwellInltwith u view of two pikes and railroad and contain 6 rooms with hat porches etc neerfulllnltwlI Icehoulebined Unit of the best barns In the county wilier piped through It three base ment two large sheds nine tails room for mnro thntl bend of large collie nod sheep besides horsed and hogs Trio loud II under a high state of cultivation with creeks and spring running through InTimuillymost desirable farms In Lincoln county Thl one twoandtract lIIulastwokltcbenfurnitureTHUJISDAYOOT17 Also 40oddcattle feeders anti yearlings 011ewTD English Auor J E LYNN Htnnford Ky No charge for examination ly testing errs by upto stnte oraclenUlknlI terlptlon glasses Rroul1Illo style frame or skeleton anti material mUifiiclory charge moderate Permanently Hutldtng KyL r l oV E tU IlltoIlIlIrt FOR SALE I If notsold privately before bund I will on- MONDAYOCT 1I11IT county court tiny oiler for sale In Iron at UII court Ilolle door III rtlhtene ltwlled on Logan Avenue In Stanford Ky fhU h one of the Lest built frame bunding In tut town cOlllollIllIg nOlIIsUlllt two rltars The InrIllIIlhl rI rwtlllt ly covwrrU Mull etilern rtllht at the door and n large linrh on t ho premUos Terms made known on tiny of sate JHOWHLHYJIl Joseph 3244 Vol Is purr brad and luis been nccptwl for reg l tr In the ant volume of The American Tiimworth Hwlno llevont Ahioelntlon look under tho rules of the also bstion ami will v 1orillB IIhm r Hire Rtlwllrd o tII datn AlvXHndmNo M17 Mire of Hire IOIHT llnicv No iUdata ur SIrUattatiN- el11eY1UI Hire of ilnin Kentucky Roy No 17M dRill of ilnmUoMrn No IMi It U well known thnt the Tninworth Wwtiw II tliv hlubt prlcswliw on the market HI lre Kuwaiti at ytttr ukS sokl for Uu hit III etghtraSIMt lisitonlhl lold- forSl 1- 1reot well wUII every I will Ratl him at II each JOIINfMK Mnnfonl Ky I PUBLIC SALE I The faun below will lit otleml first In loti No l and No s and then us n whoto on FIt1DY OCT 41MB d tine blue Gmt farm Mi tulles Wvstot- llustonvIII I unite trout pike and Carpun ul ncns or rlllb Irclue grniVhompor In lH eualbydivkbtIt to Inns uuUlnlOo a t have R good on nth piece nllo nnllr oUIullIIIII- Clle fllrlll InyS nllllut In n square only Ingielualue There art three stuek IJclrn I gram tobacco darn bibles I ttI1AII goad held six 1111111 ipririg sttrVnuii running through whole tract J HTEKLE PAHIKNTKIl Hustonvlllv POSTED t whole nnmes appenr below stric- torbldHunttngnshfnguranY kind of tres viprooueutepassing on our olators to the full extent of the law- Fred VonGruenlgan llelohenbuch Ilros- Kml VonAlliimn A VonGruenlgan- Kretl Ituumnnn George Holmes K Joteph liallou Dunnl blot ntannA U Chris Jacob D Klmorv David lIAr Hotlmnnn- i Nunnolley J W Uuughinitn Christina Omyon JGQarp nter ham hittluro- nl1nf1JAshlock CClover Fred Hnndorf Mrs3i1endlelot W L Oordler J NevlnUart jeenG r J JolIrucu JO Hprutt J POovrrW1uronJ V Teak MesserAlnxton W Itoutl Hamuel LindsayW I Martin at K Oordler Iusea Berry Alex Cooper lIra glary lIPlll lIra Walter Warren Mrs Mottle Tlnsley Hpoonnmore unitsJIJH Hooker Notice of Election I Lincoln countrnlellt courtRegular term presid held eer tawltt1Vmii Wullln dArbuild- sr1vt lJudlemr od U it Adnuu it was ntovteb by Justice W SI Duddrrar secomled by Justice W D Wallln that and Ihe folluwlll action be taken by this couru III ebruary ur Lincoln county The grand jury idncin elrculttens Iuss or till l u new cuurl 1I111MlIrlnKtocourt house now andcurivenlence profor thuequllie or thelullllo Records It is ordered and adjtgel that the sum or thlrtylIo Iliousllndlollurs bu luggesld us the sUIII II new court house IlIld father ordered that nn l1cllull he 1 is oluard lit the kevenil yulln held and eclncleIn Lincoln County on Tuesday November 5 lu7 the do of the next genvnil election at which thu appropriation nlxive suggested shall bo subllllUl to legal voter of Lincoln county lor their approval or rejection The Kherlll of Lincoln county is dlrechi for lit least thlrtvsaid oieclloato advurtitu thereof tI the lerlur dllYs IIOxt In lure thudny Journili lwing the only nuwpalw bilhel in Lincoln county and the oil ceriofsald election are directed to hole Ihe election IICtwel1I the snrnu hours thai required to hoist elections rorcaun tll lireey election hall Ut held andtv omcer eotducted in nil respects as required by the nernlelection low in force lu this tilille- III the time Ibis Inllleis held The Clerk of the Lincoln county court CUUIU to Iw printed on the Olllclni Uul loll to tar used In election the word and figure Are you In favor or IIU appro- atlun or pt5u fur bulllllllg R now lour luau for Llncotn County and have Iwo the or right IlIlIIe one rur aloces vulerl lavorlng the appropriation to Iw des toioing Ihe ordYcnpJ1ruprllitiOIl to todoslogr sold Olerkthe wordnol1 by said allots In nil other reo- IICCIa Ihllil iiit required by Hectlon of the Keulucky titIlIU In thu event time requsHe numtter of leglll or Lincoln county vote In favor Iliid appropriation it h ordered thlll this cause ur Lincoln county tocour aamount of to be nrepored execut ed and Issued on printed orni the ur the comity tll slnl by tlill OOUI- IIy or Lincoln County Court and sntersigned b the Clerk or Sllld Court 1I0nili Blink 10 orHlnnfud nKei tucky which nol bear rut or Inter ids shlill setat nnnuat- nt percent payablefouresl thou Lincoln hunk ur- tilnllrord turd interest couJlOns Ihllil Iw nl sold bonds signed by the Clerk LlncohnCountYCourt said shall tie Ijoiuls three wlt A bu suited In and Hone OJ Hone A cm Herls ten Ihousnlld dullnrs or said bOlld- ssball bruclllg COlIIIII or twenty bonds for thu UIII sJiI each and nuunhwrd one to lwunthHosIlcoulstlng or tenrll add buudhall consist or twenty handsor mmnler d frolll to for the thou0 anti HertosCembrucintllfteeu Ihlrt llId dads ur 1M loch nod nuniInrvln- n to Tho hoods embraced In Merle A shall- elremnbia at the pleasure of the Courtbe the ditto lrissue serer years routInlllllllrternl1llshull hI duo and Jlllynhll- tel1 and thebond emtrout lulllyears U shah redeuunhlo nt KepTueof tile Court on find after ten year ylblelace i of yearcrrOIll Issue the and snub lierlel 0the hendsenibrutOdftlelllld sllllil be redeemable It tllII pleasure or the Jourt un and after fifteen years trout the dnto or their Issue end due pnyabie twenty r from the sold date A copy uttell OHO BCOOPKUCIerk By K D Pennlngton D O Ladies Shoes rl J We believe today as we have for yearsthat Itto the Ultra at 3 50 and tlefBrockport 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 LITTLEfBETTER and the con struction of the ULTRA makes it HOLD ITS SHAPE BETTER than any other Shoe Our stock is made up ofIShiny Leather Dull Leather and Vici in BalsciBlucher andButtons In addition to these t we carry a large stock of Ladies Cheaper Shoes at 150 2 and 250 t H J McjROJ3J5JTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Every Box of Paper now in stock from 25c to 75c is entirely new and of the latest Fallstyles We take pleasure in showing it to you PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky I l For ealo by GEO H FARRIS Stanford Ky I Banzai TooTh Powderl Is Hard to Beat I Try It Only 25 Cents yi STANFORD DRUG CO Releaaelee Getel Mlkef STANFORD KY OCT I 190 WHEN you want tojnnke your lolcc t tlon from largest and most upttl I v date line of post cards go to Po nnys Drug Store PERSONALS Mns E J BROWN Is quite sick MRS J S OWPLEY has Icon quite tick for some time Mns W H SHANKS Is In Madison county with her parents MR W E PERKINS of Crab Orch ardwas hero Wednesday Mns JAMBS F CUMMINS is visit relatives In Birmingham Ala- MR H J McRonBRTS spent scveral days In Cincinnati buying Roods Miss RECA BAKER of Mt Vernon was with friends hero this week Miss LUCINDA LUTES has returned from a visit to Lexington relatives Cot R M JACKSON of Londo was hero yesterday on a business trip MESSRS JAMBS DOOUN and II Ingrain of Pulaski wore hero yesterday MESDAMES J W ALCORN and J N- Saunders spent several days in LouIs- ville l Mn WILL SEVERANCE was at Corbin this week with his brother Mr A II SeveranceMR B NEVIUS will go to Hot Springs today to try to rid himself oC rheumatism t MR WINFRED DUNCAN went to ILextnltton yesterday to work for Strader Bros MISSES SARAH SMITH and Mccle 1I0r ton of Wayncsburg were here shop i ping yesterday MR C L PRUITT of Moreland has secured a good position at tho Jam town Exposition MRS JOSEPH COFFKY is with her lis ter Mrs W R Dillion who Is ill at her homo at London REV W S GRINSTEAD and wife oC Versailles are with their daughtc Mrs Kathleen Bcazlcy MR J F CUMMINS was In CinelnnnU several days this week buying Roods for Cummins McClary Miss EUSE WOMACK who has been the guest of Miss Mary McRobertn returned to Louisville Tuesday Miss MARY PORTMAN has returnedto y her home In Louisville after a protracted visit to Miss Pearl Gentry Miss SUSAN FishIER WOODS and lIttlo Pearl Burnsldo Embry are visiting Mrs Sanford M Allen at Millcrsburg tMR B F UNDERWOOD orders his paper changed from Lancaster to Louisville where ho Is studying medicine MR J NEVIN CARTER was in St Louis this week to buy a carload of horses but ho fonud them so high he bought none MRS LEVI NuNNELLEYtmddaughle Mrs Robert Nunnelley of Lincoln are visitors at tho homo of J J Frazure Somerset Journal MR GRANT NORTH of Hustonvill has been appointed clerk in tho Dan vlllo postoffice to succeed Gcorgi Boner who resigned some months ago MISSES PEARL BURNSIDE and Matte Hays Owsloy who have spent tho summer hero and at Crab Orchard Springs returned to their homo at Columbus Ga Tuesday night much to the regret of their many friends here LOCALS 160 NEW skirts st Severance d Sons SPECIAL prices in Outing Cloth at Severance Sons VPIANo handed for sale This office CLOAK opening Severance j Sons I TUB ladies who owe mo for stamping are requested to call and settle Mrs C L Carter I FOR RENTMrs Wallaces property on Danville street apply to L R Hughes Stanford Ky Cot J P CHANDLER tho auctioneer will got be hero next court day Oct 14 as ho will cry a big salo nt London on that day SA UIcoln county republicans heard ExGov Bradleya speech at Lancaster Wednesday Ho spoko to a largo crowd TUB Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchango Title Co has farms of 100 k to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices CORSETS No better evidence of service nnrl comfort than the ever increasing sales of American Lady Corsets A shape for every figure anti price for every purse N 3v Ginghams Percales Quadriga Cloth FlannelettesCalicoes HECIEANED teed rye J H Daugh man Co NEW nelU and now Veiling at Severance 8f Sons Go to the bliss os VanDcvccr for styl- Ish and uptodnto millinery TUG postofllce at Celeste Casoy county was discontinued Oct 1 I WANTED 100 to 600 pounds of honey Goo C Coodc Covington Ky SEE tho new Caracal Broadtail Plush and Velvet Coats at Severance Sons FOR SALEA are Hazolton Bro piano Good one Mrs Mary I Bare JUST rccicvcd a largo line of atov and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton A WAGONETTE full of Negroes went from hero Wednesday to hear ExGov Bradloya speech at Lancaster FOR KENT onLancaster Street near Main Street Inquire at Muellers jewelry store 10 per month TUB ladles are especially Invited to see our Fall and Winter display of mil Hncry on Friday Oct 4 Misses Van Deveer COMB toe urFall need Our every line Is now completi Best values all through and one price to all Cummins McClary E B DENIIAM bought of his lathe W R Denham of Lawton Okla 32 acres of land near Mr I M Braces on Lower Main Street Price private STAMPING Now is the best time to get your work done before the Christmas rush 216 East Lexington St with Mrs Anderson Martha A Kendrick Danville MRS G IR Pnu the Morela milliner is back from the cities where she bought largely of Fall and Winter millinery Call at her store and see her pretty stock- CoMrnouscDHenry Logan colored who was arrested for Illegally selling whisky on the excursion train to Cincinnati compromised with the authorities at Lancaster by paying them 159 Ho was was released from jail JOE NEWELL is building a handsom home on the Coffey farm ho and his brother bought several years ago As there is already a good residence on the place and Mr Newell is a bachelor his friends are wondering what ho Is going to do with the house PROP M 0 WINFREY democratic nominee for Superintendent of Publl Instruction will speak hero Wednesday next Oct 9 at 1 P u Ho and In J W Newman democratic noml nee for Commissioner of Agriculture vlll speak at Liberty the following afternoon MR R F SCUDDEDIts Madison ounty has bought the G R Engle man farm of about ICO acres in the Shelby City section at S57GO Posses ion Jan 1 Mr Scudder is a brother of Mr R S Scudder of McKinney and like him is a good citizen We welcome him to Lincoln county TUB REGISTRATION In tho towns o1 Stanford Hustonville and Crab Orchard 1C voters registered Tuesday 325 In Stanford 91 in Huatonvillo and 100 In Irab Orchard There was a consider ablo fallingod in each precinct Count- Ing those who registered as Independents as republicans the break is about even between the democrats and republicans AT a meeting of the Cumberland Valley Land Co Wednesday J S Hock er was reelected president Robert Joyd of London was elected vice resident and J W Hayden of Paris secretary and treasurer All of the directors were present and all were reelected save ono and that by an agreement A dividend of two per cent was declared YOUNG men and ladles with ambition should learn telegraphy Under tho- new 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional legraphers are required by the Railroads in tho United States positions pay from 60 to 80 per month to beginners You can qualify in 3 or 4 monthstlme For full details write to- tho National Telegraph Institute ncinnati Ohio GEE ITS COOL Why not he prepared for these cool snaps They arc here every now and then Suits Coats and Skirts They are opon for your inspection All the new styles from the 21inch Caracal Coat to the 50inch Cloth Sec the new Suits in 24inch Jackets to the long 40inch Wo never offered such splendid values before Come and see SEVERANCE Si SON stHynrd FANCY vests will be very popular this fall New styles just received Cummins McClar- yCocEEnnLsI have about 30 Black Minorca Brown Leghorn and Darred Rock cockerels for sale also about two dozen hens Ed Hubbard Stanford TilE Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs J W Baughmun at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon A largo attendance Is doslred WE failed to State that Roy S Beazlcy accompanied James R Denzley on the fair circuit and showed many of the horses that won blue ties toy Is a great horseman iFINE FARM ron SALEI have a farm of about 200 acres for sale It is well improved watered fenced and all necessary outbuildings Apply to J A Rice Moreland Ky R F D No1 140 Lexington and return via Queen Crescent route from Junction City Ky Oct 818 good returning Oct 10th account of Kentucky Trots For formation ask Agents or write H C King G P A Lexington Ky IN his speech at Dixon Webllier county Monday lion E T Frank who is to whoop up the republicans In a speech at the courthouse here this afternoon compared Caleb Powers to Bunyan and Powers and Taylor to the Apostle Paul and Jesus Christ Now what do you think of that 1 Tile Fourth Annual Reunion at Jen kins old voting place in Casey will beheld Oct 8th under auspices of James Humphrey Post No 81 Department of Kentucky G A R This is a social o caslon soldiers love feast and school of patriotism and should be attended by every one with full baskets of the fruits and milk and honey of the land writes Mr Joab Rigney TILE ladies of the U D C will give a real uptodate Union Depot at W tons Opera House tonight This be a genuine union depot with all the funny scenes and situations one is apt to see in Chicago or any other city The stage will be mode up with Its benches slot machines ticket windows baggage room lunch counter train cull er ticket seller newsbays matron and scrubwomen But the real Interesting and amusing features will be the passengers with their crimollnes bandboxes bird cages and carpet baits There will be old Uncle Josh Hayseed and his good wife about to take the keers to visit their daughter Mal Ann who lives in New York City and puts on airs There will be the long faced deacon preaching several renl sermons to tho worldly passenger There will bo the woman abandoning her baby by thrusting it into the arms oC a dignllled gentleman and disappear- Ing suddenly in tho crowd There wlll be a Mrs Butinsky Carrie Nationani indeed everybody and every characte you can think of IN Hoc Chris Hutchison of Grab Orchard and Lewis Hutchison and Lip pert of NIcholasville all white are In jail charged with shooting at Mr Jas D Gilkerson at Crab Orchard on Mon dny night Hearing something in hid chickens Mr Gilkerson started out In the darkness to ascertain the trouble Soon a volley of bullets came toward him those who wore doing the shooting retreating as they fired On Tuesday Capt Mullikins blood hounds wen rought to the scene and they trailed out the Lancaster pike The three men mentioned above had been together risking the afternoon before and Lew- Is Hutchison and Lippert who had left- for their homes were caught near Dry ntavillc by Marshals Beazley and lIer- ron of Lancaster and brought here and placed in jail Chris Hutchison was also arrested on suspicion and they will havo their examining trials today When arrested Hutchison and Lippert had 12 or 14 gallons of whisky in their rig Chris Hutchison married Miss Annie Lasley but they separated some tlmo ago Sho makes her home with Mr Gilkeraon Mr Hutchison has heretofore borne a good reputation and- o belief is general that ho got in bad company while under tho influence oi whisky and was guilty of doing things lathe would not havo thought of while sober It was a narrow escape for Mr Gilkerson and if the threo men- are guilty of tho charge against them they will likely have to pay dearly for what they did TUB fiscal court ended Its labors yes trrday and the claims allowed will foot up about the average amount Tim ladles of the Presbyterian church of Hustonville will serve meals from 10 A M to 9 P M on election day FOR ico cold soft rinks and fancy groceries fruits candies etc callon V U Morse Jr Hustonville SHANNON Mrs James Shanno who had been an invalid for years died at Junction City a few days ago aged 53 WE have added a clothes cleaning department in the rear of our barbershop and will do your work with neatne and dispatch Cook Farmer JBRRY BRISCOE the Millodgevil merchant has just received an Immense line of Fall and Winter underwea boots shoes etc See his stock Tills office is enjoying an unprecedented rush of job work The people are rapidly learning where they can get good work done the cheapest and quid oat I HAVE sold my stamping pattern to Miss Maggie Bright and ask the ladies to give her tho liberal patronag they have extended me Mrs C L Carter RESERVED seats are now on sale for the Union Depot which will hold the boards at Waltons Opera Hous tonight Attend this unique entertain ment and help the U D Cs TILE cutting down of the good shad trees in town is not acceptable to the people The city council may have the right to do it but we are very sorry they have seen fit to assert such authority I WILL have my stamping patterns in Severance Sons store New pat terns and flosses will arrive in a fev days and you are invited to call and see them Have your towels sheets and pillow cases stamped now for Christmas Miss Maggie Bright TilE Farmers Institute held at the courthouse Tuesday and Wednesday was not very largely attended owing to the good weather and the farmers being very busy but each session was of interest and profit to the tillers of the soil The talks by J A Dobfe of Wapokenlta 0 M F Johnson of Bucchal Ky R M Allen of Lexing ton and W D Zinn of Philippi W Va were all full of Interest and were given careful consideration Mr W H Shanks made a brief talk on Im proving the Soil which was well received Mr Johnson president of the Boyle County Farmers Club attended several of the sessions and made a good talk on farming in general We are sorry our farmers did not take more terest in the Institute as much goodnight be derived by an exchange or thoughts and methods The speakers ire all experienced and successful farmers and they told well what they know ibout crop raising caring for soil etc etc Mood Farm For Sale p 211 acres ol FlrstClass lllue Gross Lnnd Hunted Inn Rood neighborhood mile rom Uustonville Ky and n high state cultivation Good house of Trooms hulls nu1 porches two large itock burns cow burn with four stalls cribs Ac The farm Ii well watered with plenty never fulling cistern at the barn wind mill Furnishing water In niul around the louse and nt both barns for full particulars call on 0 T llohon stamen Dohon HuotonllIe- Ky OT U01ION PUBLIC SALE Ai administrator of Joseph I will at outcry at late home at loreland beginning at 930 A M on FRIDAY OUT The following described property 19 year old work good brood mnre 8 years old nnd In foal to lack parr 4yearold work mules 19 hands high and good workers S Bar Old work mule le hands high works wolll good ByearoIil Family horse works Rny where 9 or year family and work tour and several brood IOWIIiO lajopoundiatUeS 1000pound cnt tie If not sale lTUO balest of Timothy hay O bales of wheat bllies of millet straw 110 bushels of clean or hard grass need rubber tired buggy good tnow1 new buckboard road curt urea on beds t good hny- frlllllclJ1 Lightning hay prellhl turning Chilled plow 2 l smuothtng arrow interest In eering llindergonl as new brand new box never teen Used 2 sots of bug ImlrofthlnllI too known on day of sale T D English Auc r IlAMDOiru OOKrKT Admr Jos Coffer1 Morclnml Ky NEW SHOES Ladies fine Shoes in n 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 r buySHOES arc the things for these frosty mornings Let ns fit 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 arrived Now is the time to buy and be ready for Win ter TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY W E Perkins JQ D 0CD nfD 3nN 1ro eo- SZ 1o c oJfn eoCeo enjn N fCD 0in 0oW 10O1fD J1 SDa nc lV c gJrr irfDD EoE U1CenCCD 4I Crab Orchard Kentucky I The Lid I The Lid The Lid It is oft on prices at the Emporium at Huston ville We are priccfighters Your Lidrr Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected tho cream of the market for you Como and be convinced in this line Wo undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality and prico guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all We carry a general line Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a pair of Shoes I dont wonder that you have been so disappointed Try ME277 years selling Shoes Our Falland Winter stock is now full and complete Como and inspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchangei CHAS WHEELER the Prize Fighter 1 The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford aI ttoondclais dialer- DBLIaRHD TOB8IIAVS AND FHIDVX AT 100 PER YEAR CASt jfI When not so paid 1100 will be charged r Jesse W Sweeney rROFBIKTOB Livery Food and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky NOTICEAny one netting n Union Jack nnd Wire with T rewlnnd Htretcherca 1titVo their order lit Hlnllrord Helm ono lie wil show you and take your onler nud will the same on shortinollceBTLUN8HOIID NOTICEOlv- mplanspringmMtuntetl6mtlen I Bputl and on Mclilnney A Mlddloburg pike on which hacks run dally except Huudny Is for the trentnnont or RheumnowtoptJn turn Liver Kidney llladd r and nil Htom Mb and Howel Troubles Kbeumatlsm n specialty at reasonable rates For pnrtlcu tan terra address FMBIMSrrpr i Il KD Box 32 r BD CARTER NowLiveryDepot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building The Fisher Hotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Htreet between Borings am town V mile from Halt Sulphur Well sank distance Brown springs Hilleouid ta ble and cool comfortable room Date rper week INSURANCELightning WindStorm Life andFIre 1K8T andAoeldent Nooo the BBST Represented Lowest Poi bit Ratei Guaranteed with Paying Rec MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU readymade clothing when there II to little difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tnllor I have a handsome line of Spring A Hummer goods I can make from a low price business suit to the finest dress suit Overcoats Trous era and Fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none HODUELEYTheTailoyHtnnfordKy Boone Wallsa Successors to B D Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable- Depot Street STANTOBD KY BtP claI llenoCommercial Men J Good Klgs Stock Pene In Connection Aho for all kinds ot Harvesting Machinery Gasoline and Hteam Engines Threshing Machinery and Saw It to lee us before Ou buy Also commission salesmen for all secondhand machinery I J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone 107 Home Phone 35 J L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture Matting Rug They willexchange Furniture for alllKinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Dr J T Hammonds sold to Mr Hazclwood a bunch of cows at 2J to 31c WANTED carloads of good time cthy hay S W Burke Junction Ci KyJ N Green sold a mule colt by Smith Diahons jack to R L Hubble for SALE47 Rood grade 600 to 700 pound cattle L P Nunnelley R F D Lancaster Fort SALE31 calves good stock L P Nuiinelley R F D Lnncaster or H C Ingram Pulaski Ky George Vermillion of Boyle sold 100 acres of corn to Anderson Spill man the Danville millers nt 270 M F Arbuckle of the Silver Creck section of Madison will have a big sale of rcsistercd saddle horses on Oct 15 FOR SALEA 3000pound pair of oxen 13 S00 pound yearlings and 28 hogs Call and sea them T B Ham monds Hubble B D Holtzclaw sold to Simon Well 75 1300 to 1500pound cattle nt GJ to 5ic lie bought of John B Foster 40 1000poundcra at He- D O Lewis bought of M G Itey nolds his farm of 70 acres near WaynesburgT for 1500 Mr Reynolds will move to Pulaski county we are sorry to say G A Bowling sold to Mr L W Hudson a fine pair of mules 4caroldf- or 475 Mr Bowling also sold to left Dunn a pair of mules for 350 Dowling bought of W S Carrier a pair for 320 Cleveland Rose sold a 4year old mare to G A Bowling for 200 Uarksbury Cor Advocate u HUSTONVILLE Services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night Morn- Ing subject Where will I Spend Eternity Evening The Summer Is Ended Union prayer meeting nt the Presbyterian church next Wednesd ivening at 7 oclock Leader Rev DanielsOn Oct 7th I shall return to the Seminary at Louisville to complete my course of study During the fall and winter months services will beheld at the Presbyterian church on the second and fourth Sunday of each month both morning and night I desire toexpress my gratitude to the editor of the INTERIOR JOURNAL and to his locnl orrespondent Mr W R Willian for their uniform courtesies to me In riving my work a place in the papcr luring the days that are gone I desire to assure them and other frlcnds In this community and county that 1 sincerely appreciate all the encourage vent they have given me and my peo pIe In our work for the Lord Jesus Christ S B LANDER A Certain Cure for CroupUse for Ten Years without a Failure Mr W C Bolt a Star City Im hardware merchant is enthusiastic In his praise of Chamberlains Cougll Remedy His children have all been subject to croup and he has used this emedy for the past 10 years and hough they much feared the croup his wife and be always felt safe upon airing when abottle of Chamberlain tough 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 He has recommended it to friends and elghbors and all who have used It say that It Is unequaled for croup and hooping cough For sale by aU ruggists Young Widow to stepdaughter Nclly I hear you were walking with young man last night Yes mother I was hes such dcar upright honest young fellow that any girl might be proud of him Ohl well there are such a few really good young men about so should like to make his acquaintance1 Oh mother dear do give me a chancel Youve had two husbands and fathers only been dead a wceklM- AP uinsey Sprains and Swellings Cured- In November 1001 I caught cole and had the quinsy My throat was swollcn so I could hardly breathe applied Chamberlains Pain Balm and It gave me relief In a short time- In two days I was alright says Mrs L Cousins Ottcrburn Mich Cham irlalns Pain Balm Is a liniment and Is especially valuable for sprains am outage For sale by all druggists r MATRIMONIAL Raymond Bryant and Miss Lula Dur- ton were heart and hand hers ednesdayHerbert Jones of Middleburg ant Miss Ethel Smith of Dunnville were arried in Lexington Tuesday- A sixtyyearold millionaire has decided to run the governorship ot Illinois to satisfy his 18 year old wife OurWe are pleased to announce tha jleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend ii for children andas a safe remedy nduIts Pennys Drug Store Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33- Years- I have been alUlcted with sore ces for 33 years Thirteen years ago I became totally blind and was blind for six years My eyes were badly InOam ed One of my neighbors insisted Ul on my trying Chamberlains Salve and gave me half a box of It To 01 surprise It healed my eyes and m sight cano back to meP C ItnlIAI Cynth lana Ky Chamberlains Salve U for sale by all druggists James Claxton was shot to death at Warsaw by his fatherin law It is al leged ho had been drinking cxccssiv ely and went to the residence of his fath crinlaw in search of his wife Attention Please II Any bOIl t person desiring temporary or sboulll enht an 1111lIlllSI For Sale or RentI The Newton hotel property n IKW twn story brick rcninn mvl and tHllbnlOllllono teat Iwented on the corner of Main A Ihuivllle A vnnv In HiiAonvIlto Ky Has cistern ice houle and otheroutbulldlnR Address NKWTON 11HOS 8omcrs t Kj TRIBBLE PEN Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades lAce Curtains and Wall Paper- Mr E T Bcazloy has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 TRY Ik Frankfort State Journal The Democratic State Organ hurl the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest and mcsl reliable news every day toW P Walton Frankfort Ky low to Cure Constipation Few people altogether escape a disorder of the bowels You may catch cold overeat overdrink worry too muck not exercise enough or do a hundred and one other things that result in constipation or costiveness When the troub comes it Is well to know what to do for It In the opinion of thousands there is no better cure for constipation than Di aldwells Syrup Pepsin anyon can obtain cents or 1 at a drugstore We all have constipation occt onally and the sensible thing to do to have a bottle of thus remedy tb house You take It at night on retiring fOI ample and when you wako up In the morale your usual hour It produces Its results Your stomach Instantly becomes lighter rOUI bead clearer your eyes brighter you feel active aod spry once unto your appetite has re tamed and you are ready to work with eothu slum and vigor AU ibis may not have take more than a dose or two at a cost not to exceed two or three cents Can you afford to feel bad IIheD you can feel good for so littler Dr Wilson Drown of bas nc illuocylasayUu that DrcoIdwells Srru Pepsin Is the greatest of all laxatives and he wkly admlu to his patients that If they use It when the stomach liver or bowels got out 0- 1order they would have less need of him It II without doubt the best euro for occasional ehroalo constipation dyspepsia blllousnes undlee sour stomach lazy liver flatulonoi t1larrben and similar ollreutvo In old 01 you Oil It Is a thousand times better than salt or purgative waters acts gently but surely easant to the taste does not gripe and cure rmunentlr Oo to your druggist and get a cent or- bottle i and see It our claims are not justified Those Wishing to try Or Cald FREE TEST wells Syrup Pepsin biters burr can have i Iree temple bottle sent to their home iddraitlnc tin company Thli cRtr It la provs UutUis emsdy will da si ws claim and U only open to thou have never taken Sod for It II you hays sly- rmtomaef stomach liver or bowel disuse OCTttei most effective laxatlvs for children women sad old olki It 2d fltfmanent horn curs THE VERDICT uuu sawoudsur l OR CALDWCUS SYRUP PEPSIN TNl product cars purity C1AEPIIR1 i8 Sddll Bldg Montlotllo III NOTICE Twoho Nw Wthtr Twodinrw Wn IIOIII with ctiir unit onu 1horno Vebbor WIlIIOII eomiu U riionji for cash See llllle tJones McKlitney Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR HARD COUNTY A lino blue rnn fiinn for nlo sltunln now pike tuiir foals lAiivell uiul six south of InucnsUT coiUMnnm ju IIcn well located In o1 neighborhood bt11I1 imrt of tin1 John Walker trnct with n hllllll ninu new two sornnroom rIIIleltld there Ii ifctulry cotnldutnt with nil out building nUll gold Slew burn loxrtn Wtll wutoriMl six never fulling strings owl cret1I runnliiK through TKHXS4 cash In hand bnlnnco one two years rolllllUI1or ulu louring six pur cent imlere IVrioim looking for utich t lnce 1Itae write K M mid IwilKllo Vnlkur llvliia un fiiriu At Iolnt Lensl or W I Wl1lktor HtnnfonlKv Imlxlle I K M unit W u- Wlllkr 0 nt Ienvull Ky Control Kentucky Real Estate Mm TITLE CO No l3IncllS on tho WayneibuiR 1lk near lll hlHiul5rooni houw burn niiilo Itr out bllll nlvcorvluinl Tblsproii ly la nenr cliuroh awl school houi Is v worth the price jlenl No 1161 acrelr miles Month of Crah Or rluinlou the Hlulo road has n twoIlory house good lurniorclmnl and It welt wnllr Nlnlxml liw ucrw of thla land Is hottOIll Inml and produce tine crops lurgnt- aIl9Ay ut enh lutlnne In one anti two yen No lisuorxi on tluok Crock tittar Wi nhurl Iroom llunaeIstrn other iiilkllngs plenty of water dish prices It INa1Ttrlacres netir Level Onisn lIook aitle This fnrin has n new f tory fnrtuehouse would colt to bulk duo Kixxl turn crlli Ae looniest nlflr hurch and school This II a nlco home enn U taught fur 110 pvr acre H cash fte unlnder In II months No 613 nests adjoining the above rnrull I Maerd In ouUI1I1 MwcllliitfoflroQii lIoollMlrlllllll1 other outbuildings nine or luinl One of the set springs In ih COUll ty Irlc fVUbnl cash ant r years No sit nrros Adjoining farms No I alld ln autos Ut eulltvntiwt balance In Um HT Good white oak hickory and souse tnliir Han story IOR huie now Rood oreh tN well watertxl lash price pfml- NoT2fAuarus near Mnretsburg Ky Ij terrain cultivation good dwulllng hou mm ami iwcesuiry outbitlldlniis wllter ind ixthool church and U It station 1rli lfHV H rash bnlnnco In one ant two yes No tt211 acres near Conway Kyt nlnrlt nll of tub farm bottom land flue for corll old meadow very owl dwelling uousen loaf and other buildings on county rent d ulles Irons Heron College Omli pries 1 U No 0 flSaeres on I rakis Creek S mil ronICm Orobanl Thlsarm tk ilkv null Is a of the leo Han rnrm Thlt Is tine laml anllnjoooJ condition aU lecesiary tiulldlngs This Is n bargain at pil tier sere No loTI acres near Htanford Ky In oleo drape with aecessary hulldllllllItO clln be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all tho tbovefar0useeor write U Hughes or Jn1l18t11 White Htanford Ky Notice of Election ItKular term of the Lincoln county eo- lhcld3londuvsept9h7presenL lion- J U Warren judge preslclliik In the mutter of the nnpllentlon of the ltlsen of Klugirille a rndld cliool At the teat regular term of this courtheltl Aug It JWT u petition signed by J ThompitonJ v Anion Ii SI v Mlepli ton U 3L Thompson Win Ilogw Sleeks It II IIIIIJW l fllk U Aa W Walter K WlrllhtOil U M Hnngnnl M u Murphy lIull UKKII Howard nwewney T haggard Wm Mien hick Hntter IbibHmltli A II IIUII llorrlll Wall Oturll IUIIIIY rl IAnlb David hick U Ii D IIurllhy W 3L MudiiinnC L lietfoy u H Jkni U AHIuulaton W M Hlngletiili rnylarUTrustyWtn3lOnuch It thiirl Vanllolk J II Gooch lhlllIIIII Ii lIbtugh 3lur- A rniiKH J A Hurt Dim heater- JtiJIavolrttu0alvertmuch U I31I1rllhy tins hoard leorgolloocli A Ooocb Will lobert and J K Htull was tiled In OltHi courtlllrr H l Wurnn judge of IIIlhl hurt aiklntc that n Irndvd tonnn ohool District Iw established with hound John 11 McKee Include il thence to Mri HnmliU Austin place III iuilwl thence to W M Itoxue liulude henre to J W Hood plats Included thntoJMMurllly to the Ireetidlte Mullins placeturluild thelle to milt pout No on the I N Ot T P H thenve to the old Master or lIuntr pin noludedi thence to O K 1I1IhllIolullltl hence to li A HlnKleton Included Ihnce to HowurdMweeney Included llinne to W tllull lo II ltUnlu W Ollllltllllrd extOtlllJ tbellCtt 1lftltIIOw 4 mllo North of mile feast N the O N 0tT U IL tloneOtoJlI- wgroreplnceexeludtIhtonceto J llc K ees the beginning And It appearing to thc court that all or tin tald iwtltlonerii are legal oterj und re lasts of and taxpayer In the wild propiMi dUrmlcdlommoiiHctiool the tnwu of liingsvIlis a Sown In tiltVII hllrl loa10udthat their ror tho chooolhou In the Kliiuivll jlioolIioutu located In Klngtvllle Llucol runty 110 certllletl to be and U note ifUlnttliiK 8S mile trop tiny ixirtlon oUho ouudury ot the protlonvd district Ait It further appearing that u majority or trustees In each ot tho common ioho Utrlctiembrared In whole or In part III traded Iommon School district lint uiiftcnted to the uitabllnhment of the nld ropo ed flraded Common Hotiool DUtrlc Illul have endorsed their connuiit In wrltln nut It further III singletonapttrlnlterIt coiuonted to the e ild proposal dlitrlct and lusts endonwl h10 conselltln upon the laid petltlol provided by law And thli day thn sold Ixtltimlenappenre In oiwii court anti thu Court adjudge cln Iy adi Istdltlaordcrtd and thll T J HIllllrllTll ant ho Is iterob ordered CRUIU a Iwll to Ill iKtnecl In tho town of Ktngiivllle Ky Rlltl- IIn election to Iw hold there on the ZDth dll- or October itll lielng mart thou M tiny after the entry of this order to take ie1l80 of the legal white voters In eald pro 11U8cd Graded Common School DUtrlc mouser there shall bo levied rind collecte I1UIIIIIIIIII tax of II cents on each Iltm oparty15saesaed In paid proposed tirade minion District longing to the while voters and corporation for the put tlO8e of mnlntalntiig a Comino HcllOolln the said propoeol O rndtd Contmu DUtrlct and for tho purpose eclingsututblobulldingstliererorus prc vldttl b thu common the ottlcern of std election will cause the 1IIIIIIegni voters In said proiiosed dlstrlc 10 vote for five persons to be trustees luteprovIdIsai tax hnll bo approve h t the The oinceri u will make dUll return of thq result of anti ectlou at once A Copy Attest i OED U OOOPKIl jerk- Ily K D Pennlngton D O I T J If III Hr sheriff of Lincoln county IUreby certify that tho foregoing order wa illvered to me duly certliled by Oeo II jopcr Clerk of tho Lincoln County Court hereforu I have directed same to ho pub INTKUIOK JOURNAL a sushi 1lncoll1countyI will the district above named on tho darRIIII ilo named In order for tho purpose Ing tho sense of the voters of salddlstrlctoi the question of establishing a Graded Com mon In said district Given under my hand this Itlh oj iptember 1W7 Sheriff of TLincoln County f 1 I Try Our Pure Canada Sap II The Original Maple Syrup Santee Sryup Bob White Syrup W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentuckyrt t Hardware frOm N toI O is for Oilci8 Oil Stoves and Oil Cans P is for Tail Plow Pump Pulley laid Pan Q is for Quoits one of the old sports ft is for Razors and Rakes of nIl sorts S is for Screens Scales Shovels and Saws T is for Tinware Tools Trimmings Tack Claws U is for Useful Utensils Weve more than a score in this big hardware store V is for Vice for n carpenters bench M is for Washer Wringer and Wrench X is for tho letter that stands for unknown if you dont know your wants conic hero and bo shown Y is for Yard stick that pleasures three feet 2lit for Zinc still our tales incompleteyff Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Reliable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KY First National Bank Ot Stanford Ky r Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was orlglnallyeltabUbed as the Deposit Rank of Blanford In 1191 then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In 1S8S and again reorganized as the First National Bask of Stanford In llil having bad practically an unlnter rupted existence for fa ears It tl better supplied now with ral1It1e for transact lag business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Iccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cir poratloas Solicited OffJoers J L HOOKER Prtsl BT HARBIS V Pre J1 McROBERTS Obr W n WEAUKNAtt Ohn Directors V Rtld DanTllla e T Harris Stanford fJ I Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnneji M D Elmore Stanford D Ranchman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble 1 n Itangbman StanfordtJ M Pettus 0 L Tate Stanford Notice Farmers We have buyers for Lincoln county real estate If you have a farm for sale write to us ACCOUNTS AND NOTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Reference Any Bank in Somerset Address Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky