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I H THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 8 1907 NO 63 CHURCH MATTERS nOllkln1vlllo Mens Christian Association building in Bowling Green has been Inaugurated The divorce secured by Anna Gould la now absolute tho time limit for an appeal by Count Bonl de Castellano having expired St Jamea EpUcapil church of South Bend Ind has secured a small pfecuof marble avs a relic from the tomb of St James In Jerusalem Noury Ivarngozian will luoturi at the Hubble Christian church WednviUiy night at 730 Subject Mnrrin o Cus toms of Armenians and Turks Three American Mormon Imvo buen expelled from Germany M the rt1fult- or pernistlng in spreading thoir props gana in spite of official warnings to desistRev James M King LL D exec utive head of the Hoard of Home Mis slon and Church Extentlon of the Methodist Episcopal Church is dead In PhiladelphiaBishop J Hartley of tho Columbus 0 diocese has written a letter to tho Catholic pastors putting the ban on all night hay rides Catholic young people who take part in them hereafter will be required to do public furnished himpenance on information by the local pastors Tho protracted meeting which has been conducted by tho Rev Sanford L Logan of Wilmore at tho Southern Presbyterian church came to an end last night after two weeks of most successful work Many conversions were recorded during tho fortnight and- o general awakening was felt among the members of the congregation Mr Logan made many warm friends while r here Ho Is A minister of power and an attractive personality and will always f be received In Frankfort with a warm welcome Frankfort Journal How to Curo a Cold The question of how to cure a cold without unnecessary loss of tlmo hone In which wo are nil more or lest Interested for tho quicker a cold Is gotten rid of tbo loss tho danger of pneumonia and other serious diseases Mr IJ W L Hall of Waverly Va has used Chamberlains Cough Rem edy for years and says I firmly bo llovo Chamberlains Cough Remedy to bo absolutely tho best preparation on tho market for colds I have recqm mended It to my friends and they all agree with me For sale by all druggists I I In reversing thedecision of the Bovlo Circuit Court fining tho Q I C for transporting liquor into a local option territory tho Court of Appeals held that it was not within tho province of I tho State to regulate or control Inter state commerce the liquor in question having been shipped from Cincinnati The court adds that tho fact that the liquor in question was brought from Kentucky to Cincinnati by the consignor tho Covington Brewing Company and there shipped to the consignee In Kentucky did not In anywise change tho legal complexion of tho transaction from ono of legitimate Interstate com merco It was Immaterial whether tho carrier knew or did not know 1common commodity was liquor or that Boyle county was local option territory MATRIMONIAL Tho average marriage rate in Great Britain is 16 in 1000 Bernard J Sparks assistant cashier of tho National Bank of Mlddlesboro Miss Mabel D lIutcheson of Law 5renceburg will bo married tomorrow Miss Waneta Aoskatombla a full blooded Choctaw Indian with a good education and 100000 In her own right announces that she had rather devote y herself to chanty than matrimony A Criminal Attack on an Inoffensive citizen Is frequent ly made In that apparently useless lit tie tube called tho appendix Its generally tho result of protracted constipation following liver torpor Dr IIngs Now Life Pills regulate tho t liver prevent appendicitis and ostab lish regular habits of the bowels 250 aT Pennys Drug Store 4 While everything else is going up wo are grateful to be able to state that stamps and postal cards have not increased in They furnish about tho only exception however Frankfort On this ono fact betjThoCan run in debt t Foleys Kidney Cure will euro any case of kidney trouble that Is not beyond medical aid Pennys Drug Store 1 Nortonvllle Hopkins county went dry 64 to 38 f HUSTCNVILLE Judge Sharp of Liberty was hero Sunday enrtmto to Louisville Jacob Walls had a tine mare to die from the effects of a snake bite Union prayer meeting Wednesday evening at the Christian church Lead er novoDaniels Tim vote on Saturday at Morcland fur u Graded School resulted in 83 for the school to 5t against Tho John tdile Carpenter place fered to the highest bidder last week was taken down without a bid Muses Kathleen McKinney nndKoso Sandidffti will open u bazaar of burnt wood worK of the Ititest designs The unfinished work of the road sera pur crew under Dr Fowler on tho McKinney that Middleburg pike makes travel worse tlmn over Mr and Jr Emmett McCormack are in Louisville this week Miss Dar ling Daughcrty is visiting Mrs Chester Carter in Anderson county Thu ladles of the C W B M will mtet lit the parsonage Thursday after noon ut 2 oclock It is requested that every member be present Dont forget that tho Ladles Ex change next Saturday extends a spec gal invitation to call on them They have something good to show you James and Charles Piles mind Frank Bell of Linney Casey county have bought tho splendid 150acre farm of J A Walden for 12375 cash Powell I Depp sold to J K Baugh man two suckling mules for 200 and sold a North Carolina party a three yearold filly by Galton for 300 W P Carson has bought the Jenkins place recently sold by E McCormack lie paid 2000 for the 20 acres on tho east side of the pike including tho Co have several farms fine as a crow over flew over for sale and at a price less than tho same class of land in bringing elsewhere Call on or write to them- Residents along the Hustonvillo and McKinney pike object to tho size of the stone that is being spread along tho pike and want to know by whose authority it was placed there The ladies of the Presbyterian church will furnish a splendid dinner on tho gallery of the Chas Wheeler Emporium on election day in November for election officers and others who may desire to patronize them- J F Tarter of the Royer Wheel Co has recently closed a deal for tho hickory timber on 1000 acres In Barren county At least ono million spokes will bo manufactured by tho company from the timber on this tract The sale of tickets at Moreland In September 1006 was 980 and for September 1907 it was 179295 This Is tho largest sale ever made at Moro land and is caused by extending the flue Grass Special to that point R C Rodes general manager of the Danville Scottsvllle Nashville rail road was here Saturday with other of dais of Cincinnati The securing of tho right of way through Casey is complete with only six exceptions which will be arranged While Dr and Mrs TJ Bohon were out driving the axle of their buggy broke letting tho occupants down close to the horses heels Fortunately tho animal was gentle and stood perfectly quiet until the occupants of tho buggy could extricate themselves Frank Lusk of Pittsburg Pa spent Sunday with old friends here Ho was accompanied by Messrs Mason and McGavin who are enrouto to Cumberland Falls where they will take charge of tho work of harnessing that Immense water power A pipe lino will be laycd from tho falls to Valley View where a station will be estab shed for distributing electricity for lighting and bthcr purposes AteTh- is Is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money It Foes Honey and Tat falls to cure your cough or cold It stops tho cough heals tho lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneu mania and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine Is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pen nys Drugstore Edward F Gilpatrick an ossified man has made all arrangements for the gift of his body at death to the Harvard Medical School for dissection re search and study Ho fears ho may not live long He was stricken at 30 years and was found at a poor house near Portland Oregon Ho gives his body without expense TeacherGivo me a sentence with tho word delight in it PupilDo wind blew in do window and blow out do light The output of all tho vineyards of the world is estimated to be 3564416000 gallons NEWS NOTES The stave plant of tho Barden Stave Co at Greensburg burned Tho Detroit base ball team won tho pennant in the American League Fiftyone cases of bubonic plague have developed in San Francisco to dateMayor Behrman of New Orleans has failed to effect a compromise of the levee strike Near Hopkinsvillc Jack Allen a Negro shot his wife 15 times He loaded his pistol twice while murdering her H J McCracken Co the oldest wholesale produce commission firm in Pittsburg has gone into bankruptcy The lodging of a watermelon seed in the windpipe of fiveyearold John Holi han of Newport was the causo of his deathD D Edward on trial for murder in St Louis admitted on tho witness stand that he had killed 14 men in Kentucky and Chicago McLean county voted for local dption the majority being 1055 There was only ono wet precinct in the county and it was carried by tho prohibition- Ists In a row over a card game at Bull Creekon tho PerryLetcher border Frank Napier a farmer was killed nnd Clinton Jones was perhaps fatally wounded There are 1500000000 people In the world They could all bo set down in tho State of Texas and each person could bo given oneninth of an acre of ground on which to live The Crittenden Peace Tree which for 40 years has stood in tho Botanical Gardens at Washington is threatened with destruction to mako way for the statue of President Grant John R King a soldier confined In the guardhouse at Fort Thomas drank a mixture of wood alcohol and other chemicals and set fire to his cell He died soon after being rescued- A S Lloyd was appointed receiver of tho Hamilton Farm Company of Montgomery county The company owns 1800 acres of land and does an extensive stock raising business Two new instructors were added to the faculty of the Western Kentucky State Normal School at a meeting of the Board of Regents Since January 1 over 1000 students have been enroll edTho court of appeals overruled a petition for rehearing in the case of Cat Nowton a prominent Franklin county farmer sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of George and James D SmithAt Danville Wash a mob drove a small party of Hindus across tho line Into Canada sending n shower of missiles after them A few shots were discharged at the trespassers but none were injured Beech Hargis son of Judge James Hargis of feud fame of Jackson was arrested in Cincinnati with Pearl Craft and Llllie Voight and locked up on a Large of disorderly conduct They were fined 50 each Former State Treasurer Walter Day charged with forging the name of Floyd Day to a note for 1000 was acquitted at Covington tho jury holding there was no proof to show that the note was executed In Wolfe county Miss Jennie Gentry was arrested in Lexington on a bench warrant from the Franklin circuit court charged with Buborinatlon of witnesses in the Caleb Powers case Bond was fixed at 1000 which she gave and was released The Dock and Cotton Council of New Orleans whoso membership Is made up of all classes of laborers employed in connection with tho shipping of the port numbering about12000 men voted for a general strike They demand an increase In wages A novel effect of the rise in price of foodstuffs is reported from Augusta Me Nearly 1200 of tho people of Ken nebcc county are in open revolt against tho prices demanded for meat and have pleged themselves to abstain from all meat for ten days A Maysvlllo dispatch says The com mittee on City Missions from tho Pastors Union of this city issued a statement warning citizens against helping beggars on the streets or those coming to the doors as the town is overrun with beggars of every description Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost fprgotton In the prosperous Kansas of today although a citizen of CodollEarl Sham burg has not yet forgotten a hard time ho encountered He says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings Now Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by Pen Drug Store 60o and 81 Trial ottle free t MR IIALDON VANDEVIER Who was killed by Harve Watts at Kingsville some weeks ago He was a brother of Mrs B PShewmaker of Moreland Ills parents reside in Mercer county Here and There While trying to act as peacemaker James T Curtsinger was shot through the heart and instantly killed by John Ryan a bartender In Louisville Sheriff Charles Oglesby of Pulaski county Ind was shot and killed at the Pennsylvania railroad depot at Wlna mac by three tramps whom he was endeavoring to arrest Louisiana cannot legally pay the fare of immigrants to this country accord ing to a ruling received from the Im migration Bureau at Washington by the Louisiana Immigration Bureau Charles W Goddard who recently killed his brother James Goddard was dismissed on his examining trial at Lexington It was shown by the evi denco that the shooting was occidental Alvah H Martin first vice president and governor of the transportation of the Jamestown Exposition Company has been elected director general to suc ceed Mr Barr and has accepted the office Tho United Mine Workers have called a strike at the mines of the Proctor Coal Company the largest in Whitley County Only a part of the miners entered the organization and fmany refused to strike The committee of the Jefferson Davis Homo Association was in Fairview Saturday and decided that the Davis birthplace shall be bought from a popular fund on June 3 1903 the day of the Davis Centennial which will be elaborately celebrated The governing bodies of two great religious denominations will meet dur ing the week The general conference of the Episcopal Church convenes at Richmond Va and the Council of the Congregational Church of the United States In Cleveland 0 His Dear Old MotherIMy dear old mother who Is now S3 years old thrives on Electric P Bit ters1 writes W B Drunson of Dub lin Go She hasv taken them for about two years and enjoys au excel lent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats tho way Electric Biters affect tho aged and the samohap py results follow In all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny children too are greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Penny tho druggist 50o I Tho Deep Waterways Convention at Memphis adjourned Saturday after adopting resolutions calling upon Congress for an appropriation sufficient to secure a 14foot channel from the lakes to the Gulf of Mexico through the route already selected by army engineers Chicago was selected as the next place of meeting H No homo is so pleasant regardless of the comforts that money will buy as when the entire family is In perfect health A bottle of Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents It will cure every member of tho family of constipation sick headache or stomach trouble Pennys Drugstore Col John L Vance president of the Ohio Valley Improvement Association collapsed Immediately utter delivering an address before tho waterways convention at Memphis He was taken to a hospital but recovered later in the day f They Make You Feel Good The pleasant purgative effect exper ienced by all who use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and tho healthy condition of the body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful Price 25 cents Samples free at all druggists The Independence League of Massachusetts in convention at Boston nom- Inated Thomas L Hisgen of West Springfield for Governor FAhhSTYhESAre in the mntter of now ideas We will show you the great est stock of uptn date Suits and Overcoats for Men young andoldever brought to Stanford You will find here the newest thoughts and smart styles in Fall Clothes Dont wait to make your selection The best time is when the stock is complete and that is right now Wo ask an inspection and we are ever ready to show our gar ments and let you compare Values Our stock of Fall and Winter Shoes and Rubbers is complpte and we have the best makes Give usa call SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc rt LEXINGTONj1j PURSES22000Kentucky Oct1015002Sllnuto3OOo Walnut Hall Cup MOct14 3000 McDowell Oct 18 DailyWEBERS JpHALFChe Lincoln County national Bftnk Of Stanford KentucKy Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 2600000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT w o WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSil J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford j Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Freachersville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky sH- tS VEIComfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bathroom with 815 worth of 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 here S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber looks Wall Paper 1FoorW B McRoberts DRUGGIST 1 STANFORD 1 PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded The Interior Journal K C WALTON = JOHN J MOSER Ii n candidate for Jnllcr of Lincoln connt subject to the nctlon of the Democratic party M BRUCE I connt1nbhc 0 party JAMES C HAYS Is n candidate for Jailer of Democraticsubject to the action ottho par r D C ALLEN of Lincoln coun candidate for AssessorIi a ty subject to the nctlon of tho Democratic partyDemocratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Beck ham For GovernorS W Hager For Attorney General John K HendricksFor Superintendent of Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture r J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clcrkl of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW H Shanks TilE present Democratic admin tration has done more for education than any previous administration and so far the Republican admin comparisht three normal schools increased the per capita over making it 340 now it has lengthened the school term secured a uniformity of school books thereby causing a great saving to the people and spent thousands of dollars on State College The record is one to be proud of and an appreciative people will continue in power a party which has done so much for thechildren of the StateWJt1LE in a poetic mood Editor F J Campbell of the Somerset Journal dashed off the following The ice man tolls the knell of summer rays the rusty straw hat should now be re tired the flimsy suit of crash has seen its days likewise the whiteshod girl- so oft admired Now fades the lubbers yachting cap from sight the- small boy wears again the hated shoe the picnic grounds no more with shouts resound and womens sleeves are not- so peekaboo TfIIRTY publishers newspapers met in Pittsburg and denounced the Paper Truat and demanded the free admission of wood pulp to the United States Most of them are said to be Republicans Thewood pulp duty is much lower than that on wool and a multitude of other articles but it is too at that However it seems that Republicans only kick over the tariff when t comes in direct conflict with their own business Why not fight the whole Iryiquitaus business- REV L L PICKETT prohibition can didate for Governor has issued a card in which he exposes the fallacy of Mr Willsons temperance platform and calls on him to meet him indebate of the t question Mr Willson however will not accept the challenge He is too busily engaged in playing for the liquor vote to pay attention to side issues Therefore he will continue to fool as k many prohibitionists as he can while working for bigger game tAVOTE for Willson will be a vote to Caleb Powers and to permit Tay Ion and Finley to return in triumph to the Kentucky home from which they fled in disgrace No law loving citizen can give his approval to such a proposition The assassins all of them must be brought to the bar and pun ished Kentucky will never compromise with tho dishonor of the fiends going unwhipped of justice TILE New board education has decided that corporal punishment for certain school children is the short est cut to reason This is a return to first principles when it was said Spare the rod and spoil the child Some children like some convicts are just bound to have the lash AT tho last minute the republicans gave Hon C C McChord opposition for Railroad Commissioner By peti tion the name of L P Tarlton of Franklin county will go on the ballots Tim Frankfort Journal sent its man aging editor Mr Shelton M Saufley on tho Bryan special that is touring Western Kentucky and that paper will t have an excellent report of the tour EDITOR ALBRIGHT of the Mt Ver non Signal has gone to sheep raising We trust ho will allow no black ones i in his flock tA B Bruner was nominated by the democrats of Hancock County for JfRepresentative J fi 5t POLITICAL Gov Beckham has appointed James II Martin of Winchester a member of the State Board of Pharmacy Judge S W Hager was tho chief at traction at the Mt Olivet fair Friday where ho spoke to an audience of about personsW for a while section foreman on this division has announced for county clerk of Rockcastle on tho republican tUkct There was a split in the Massachusetts Democratic convention at Springfield which resulted in the nomination of two State tickets Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota has issued a formal statement that ha is not and has not been a candidate for the nomination for President At the Democratic convention in Richmond J A Sullivan was nominated without opposition as tho candidate for Representative from Madison coun tyTho Democrats of Toledo nominated Bradd Whitlock the present Mayor for another term Whitlock has al ready been nominated by the independents Tho New York Republican State Committee nominated Edward T Bartlett and Willard Bartlett as candi dates for Associate Justices of the court of appeals The announcement was made by President Roosevelt in his speech at Memphis that he will Issue a call for a convention to be held in Washington Jan 3 next to advocate the preserva tion and conservation of the natural resources of the country including coal oil water power etc John S May is announced in this is sue as a candidate for Representative subject to the vote of the people He is too wellknown and too worthy to need any introduction Ho is straight honest and capable and is not afraid to do his whole duty to every man Find his picture on the ballot and vote for him Somerset Republican This is tho way the Kentucky SUite Journal announces tho coming of a republican spellbinder Frankfort people are to be given a rich rare and racy treat Dr Benjamin L Bruner will officiate at the funeral of the Republican party in Frankfort Tuesday night at eight oclock The doctor has the temerity to think he is running against Hubert Vreeland for Secretary of State a hallucination soon to be destroyed In looking over the list of speakings the doctor seems to be the- only man slated for this place Is it because fools rush in where angels fear- to tread The statement made In a dispatch from Richmond and published in the Sunday CourierJournal that the Democratic convention which nominat ed the Hon J A Sullivan for the Legislature also indorsed Judge A R Burnam the Republican nominee for Senator was an error There was no thought on the part of the convention of indorsing any Republican for any- office nor was such a proposition made In any form The Democrats of Mad- Ison county are heartily supporting every Democrat nominated for office- In the State but they are not inclined to help the Republicans in any manner IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES While in a jealous rage Bob Massie shot and killed Rosie Turner at Middles boro According to the Times Somerset is going to have a new depot to cost 100000 Ed Wilkinson son of Copt Ed Will inson of Casey was kicked by a and severely hurt George W Logan an exConfederate soldier and a prominent citizen of Shelby county is dead At almost the same hour Frank Arming of Pineville and his brother in law Douglas Lewis of Cincinnati died P C Thompson aged 21 youngest deputy U S Marshal in the State is dead at East Bernstadt He was a son of George C Thompson also a U S Marshal The monument at Fort Booncsboro was unveiled Saturday in tho presence of several thousand people Addresses were delivered by Senator McCreary Judge J M Benton Judge George B Klnkead and Col J W Caperton Charles Overton a prominent Cum berland Gap man was instantly killed by a dynamite explosion while superin tending the building of a government road between Middlesboro and Cumberland Gap John A Prall onco a noted lawyer and politician is dead at Danville aged 81 Col Prall was collector of Internal Revenue at Lexington under President Grant and in I860 was the opponent of Brutus Clay for a seat in the State Senate In one of the hottest campaigns ever waged in Kentucky ho defeated Clay 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 Plies too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by Penny tho druggist 25c ootw i FOR SALEA new tnrction engine ono separator self feeder and wind stacker Ono saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at 60c 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 Seo or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Itirtri tviuinct u Gala l lrun laxurwat ru h- Never r lU luitore fstr to It YouttiJCblorrtara was dl Ud l l0 a JruWIoU For Sale or Rent I The wton Hotel property n non two story brlrk ombraclne Is rooms nml hlllll nml OIK Mororoom MxTfeet treated the corner of Mnln A Dnnvlllo Awnue KS Ira cuturn the bl onI nnclothproutbuiming AMlret NKWTOX Huns Nonlrsut Ky Goo a Business for Sale rtynml general stunk of mer ohoulliefit cost 1n sell nt onog anti give totveslon Jan It or soon r For further Informntlou wrtteor come to eee i- nXllltlMnrkibury Ky Good Farm For Sale ill acres ol KlrstClnss Uhi Ornsi Land slluulnl in n Rood neighborhood mlln from llu tonvllle In u kiwi tnte of cultivation Hood lioun of 7 rooms halls Bud porches two large stock burn cow burn with four stall cribs AC Tb fnrin U well watered with plenty nerrrfnllliiK pang large cistern nt burn wind null lurnUhlnK wider In and around thr home n ml nt both burnt For full txirtlculnr cull on C T lio- niehnnonKyorU1Hohon lIuMonvlllr- Ky C T IKHION 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken Get my Hates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY DEAD GAME i If you will bring your Gunsnnd llevolvers to mo anti let me put them In ilruclnu condition I have bad so yours experience In twit business J put new handle ou Razor Blades Forrels on Walking Canos and Re pair Umbrellas Mnke n specialty of titling nil kinds of keys to nil kinds of locks all kinds repairing on bicycles and keep In tock all kinds of bicy cle repairs Oleo men trial and you will be satlilled CO 11 MAY Third 8t 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 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms balls porches cellars etc Two- slock 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 ii sold within the next 60 days ft cash balance to suit purchaser For further formation in regard to this fatm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE Wo ns administrators of Austin Thom will olTer at publIc auction lit thu farm situated on Martin s Ureek one holt mile from hilton Casey county Ky on 8ATUIIPAY OCT H the following personal property viz Eight nice gelding a to 7 years old Jet nett yours old and olrtOHerefnrtlltloerl welllh nlaut 11UI III barrels of corn more or less to bo mtiiiur cd nt Blithering time farming Implements conilttlng of twohorse wagons spring wagon turning plows double shovels con bined renpernnd of blacksmith tools corn shelters cutting lazes 2 rond carts skeleton wagon and pole platform scales fork shovels harness double bar rel shotgun Mcallber repenting rifle itt cnllber Mnrlln repenting rifle rand ninny other articles In the Implement line Also tho entire stock of dry goods glass nnd quoonswnre and wire boots and shoesctolh Ing hats and cups store fixtures such us Kbow cnses oil tanks scales nnd all things found in a general store Halo will begin at oclock A Auction of store goods will continue every Saturday from ditto till goods are all sold Lunch will bo served on the grounds HUOH THOMPSON A J v OAHUIHON Adorn of Austin Thompson Jeud PUBLIC SALE As administrator of Joseph I will tiell at publlo outcry at hl Into home at Morelund beginning at 9S A M on KIIIDAY OOT2511W7 Tho following described property Uyeur old mule brood iimru old and In foal toJack pair 4yearold work mules hl luuds hl h old good workers I 6 yenrold work mine hands high works well good 5yuarold Horse workany where and1goal1air andsefamilywork hone brood Ha iKUiidiiittleaoliOOjounil of lodesimiotltpbales of millet straw bushels of clean or goalowhorso s hayyO11cai0htll IinuerlnKbugItyotherthlllitlAUCrLAItDOLlUiforelandKy Wo for examination or solchtltlf at lv testing eyes iw uutottnte method 1rc serlptlonginssea ground to under set workstyle frame or skcleltI tuoubttngs nod material nthfllltorv charge nioderntt 1rllutllelltolocnted KyJ llclWEthoptometrytt FOR SALE I Ifnotiold privately lipforo hand I will on f MONDAY OUT If county court day offer for Mlt In front of the court III residence Him ten onLogan lrenuolnHtnnfonlicy This II Olle or the best built frame III thl town coutnlntng rooms 11nd two goal cl Inns Tlttthoue Inrlellliitl rllIIlrreIUllt ly covered unit r nt the door unit a largo burn on the prvuiUen Term made known on day of sale JHUWHLKYJIl Joseph 3244 Vol Is bred and hu been aecpt l for reg Utryinthe lint volunif of The American Swine llevord An Mlatlou lloak under the ruleiof tide HMortnUon and will be XojUllu nbovt Kin Kdwnnl No lit d No Hire of Hire IRpl l 01l1T Ilruee No sloe lout ol HlreCitmullun Nf tIleHOI IIIt ot dRill Kntll o liM dllm xiiIIMI of dftm UoMrn IHIVB It Is w1l1l known that the Tnmworth wwjnt Is the hest pricewine tll1 the 111ft III yenrs obi tor t4nuhlsdamtlexnndniweight lint 01 for tilft Ills cronIN well with etwry breed will lnud him at II ash juiisruoKHtiinfortl Sale for Taxes I afTllt ltMU11OCTii I will sell to the highest bidder the trouts of Lund In DUtrlet Nos II awl H Cho sills to lake place before the courtji ute floor In Ntnnlord Lincoln litJtnand v x ocloc- klt arr Kltloy HhepbyjIltlnl1rlIRruIIUI 4tiHiT Kddle l1t A acres II IuncoJ itHkldtnoroIBaste Nannln Young 11 w 9t acres W A llnrttaIIM- acres J St acre W Iliirrln A JumtM Hkldmoreacres 3 M 6 iiBre Ulohardson 10111 Flint il house und lot IN Kings 1M- I lot vlllei oelonglng to Jns MrCormlek n- M MUUIMI Y District Collector POSTED WP Whose Mmes appear below stnstl1 or kind of trei vi slut ritothefullextentofthelowecutn- Fml Vonaruonlgau ilelchenbacb Ilros KredVonAllmau A VonUruellllllm- lred Itnuniann Cfeorge llolme- K Itelchenbach JO llallou AO Dunn M J Hofmann Chris Jacou M lJ Klmore David Hteplum Mary llotliiiunn- L Nunnelley J W ItuugUuio- uhrlitlnnt tlniyson J1Carpenter Nand iNiiueron PeFredMjOordler leter Itnlmer J11 Uamenlicb- Orv W It Daugherty J K l1ruclIllnk Fanteq Anderson Carr JJoUover K Anion JW Peak UK Martin MesterAlMxton WU Llnihay W Y Martin Kumuel M KOordler Moses llerry Alex Cooper Mrs Mary Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mettle bite pros Tln ley NPOOIIO- WO1wUurtor Hen V Mnrtln M K Lawrence Iteuboneurtl- sJH Mocker JMUeltus Notice of Election ltellulor r term Lincoln county fiscal court huid c anon press theloliowing Justices lie figwith once b AlIutider iir WM Uuddernr and U It Adams It will moved by Justice W M Iludderar and seconded by Justice W Ii Wa iln tllllt the followlnlllctloll bo tlllun hy tlds counl Lincoln county at Ita- Joebrullry Tbe greed Jury tens lino or tbe Llncon circuit recouhuended u new CIiUrt court bouse for Lincoln county and It IIlfltlIrlng to the tutlslactlon of this court court Iullte fortheiubllccoiivoiileneitiid pre rrntiou of Ille l Itecords 11110nlH ed and adjudged that the sum of thirtylive thousand dollars be suggettted us the sum nece nry to build u new IIOUM nnd nit further ordered that an election Iw held and a poll opened at the nevenil voting reclncts In Lincoln County on Tuesday lovllIIbr 61W7 the tiny UI the next genera ectiotl Sit which the iproprlatlou above shall be lubmlttetl to leg- sstersofllucoiacounty for their approval or rejection The Hherltt of Lincoln county Is directed to atlrthu said election for nt least thirty days next before tho day thereof In the In terior Journal being the only newspaiier fiblslievl in Lincoln countyand the oil to holdcerl of mid election the election between the same hours that thlY are required to holtl elections foreoun- olllcer which electlonhnll ho held nlld onducted In all respects as required by thu- lIenerlllllectioll low In force lu thla Hlnte lit the time same la held Th Clerk of the Lincoln county court IlInll cause to be prlntwl on the Official ttnl- slot to be used In election tilt word- d Ihiures Are you In favor of an appro prllltioll or aIl1 for hulltllllK n now tourand have two1I0ue for Lincoln County upon the of right lalll ono tor 11cel to be tiesvoter fuvodng the appropriation utted by the word Ycs one for vo len opposing the npproprlattai to lie dullscold Clerkwordnllted by ill sild bllllots In all other reo spectalu required by Hectlon 14W of the Kentucky Htntuc In the event the rcqusUe number of legal of Lincoln county vote III favor nld IIPllroJlrllltion is ordered that this court cuts of tlllcoin county to the amount of 5IW to bo proparedexecut ed and issued on printed under the cIII of the county to signed bytllolJoun- ty of Lincoln County Court and- ntenlgnedby the Clerk of snid Court bearer nl Llllcoill County Nn- mlllalkofHtnnford Kentucky which hontll shall bear II rate ot inter o thnll four le1rcentpnYnbl0seml u1nunl U Lineup P Hllnk Htnnror1 iuid Interest coullonlllllllll at snlil bondlilllld CMcrk oftnched to bythe the Lincoln County Court shall lw sued in three series to wit Hurls A Horles II nnd Hones Ci Merles A em tell hou alltl dollars of said bond shllll consist of twenty bonds for thu suns of sends and nuunberevl one to twenty iiconsisting thousand dollars- nld rle of ton of howls abn11 cotslst of twenty bonds for the gull of sm IInlllumherlcl runt IUIO 40 snit HerIo0 olllhrncing llfteon thous und dollars of said bonds Ibllll consist of thirty bonds of ISM each and numbered from 40 to 70 Tho lands embraced In 8orlc A shall Iw rwleemnblo nt the pleasure of the Court In and after seven yours from tho date of their Issue and ehnll Iw ilia nll1 piiynbio frohl unto and the lantis om- IIrllcld ten years Hetea iiUiirl la rrvleensble lit of the Court Oil and after ten the pleasure Irom dlltu ofthulr issue and duo find nayabla llfteen year Ofroiu the said iKind ombrno din Series IlsrredeernnblOat date of theahnl the ptensure rtonand year trout the dllto of their Issue and duo IIIIoblo twenty from the said date A copy attest OtOllOOOIEltClerlc By E D Pennlngton 1J U lialil t1fliediitlui9llif IL i Ladies Shoes 4- d t 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 QUALITY is as good as any the STYLES are al ways JUST a LITTLE BETTER 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 Bals Blucher and Buttons In addition to these we carry a large stock of Ladies Cheaper Shoes at 150 2 and 250 H J McJROBRTS 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 x you PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky I Kyt ri I Banzai Tooth PowderIf Is Hard to Beat 1 Try It i Only 25 Cents J a STANFORD DRUG Conc i Kimona Materials NVo hove just placed on sale n wide range of patterns nUll prices in mate rials for Kimonns 10 Pattern in Flnuhcllotto at lOc U Patterns in 1runolln Cloth nt ICc 10 Patterns in Flccco Downs at IBc Persian Challics at flOc t This is by far the prettiest lino we have ever shown SEVERANCE STANFORD STANFORD KY OCT H 1907 WHEN you want to make your selec tion from largest and most upto unto line of post cards go to Penny a Drug Store PERSONALS J T EMIIRY was In Louisville this week Mn J M IliiLLiPS has been ill for some timeS- ENATOR It L HunnLE was in Rich 8 mond yesterday- REv JOE HOPPER of Porryvlllo is hero with relatives r MR T S STARLING was in Lexington and Louisville last week MRS W J BROWN of Somerset is with Miss Ellen Uallou MR 3 S HOCKER went up to Mid dlesboro yesterday on business MRS ED M NEVUS and children re 8 turned to Galveston Texas last week r MR GEORGE C KELLHR JR of Danville was hero with old friends Sat uNayenAYS FOSTER and were over from State College last weekERNEST WARREN and wife of MidII c dlesboro were guests at Eld Joseph Balloui MR W W FARMER and wife are aback from McLeon III and will re side hero I JUDGE J C HEMPIHLL of Lancaster was on Sundays train returning from f Hot Springs MRS ANNA D VANARSUALE return ed Friday from a protracted stay at Harrodsburff WILUAM FISCHER returned to Louis ville yesterday after a visit to his par ents at Ottcnhclm MR HOMER CARPENTER was over from Lexington to see one of our pritticst girls Sunday MRS EMMETT MCCORMACK of Hus tonville is in St Joseph Hospital Louisville for treatment EDITOR F J CAMPBELL of tho Som erset Journal was here yesterday to consult Dr J F Peyton Miss MARY MCROBERTS will enter tain tho Thursday Afternoon Club next Thursday at 2 oclock A MRS DELANEY of tho Maywood sec tion is very low with typhoid fever Dr L D Cook visits her dally MR R 11 BASTON of Lancaster through Sunday from Chicago 1where he had been to buy goods p MR AND MRS J B WILLIS of Crab Orchard Springs will go to Richmond Va this week to visit relatives MRS T Co WILLIS and little Nancy Willis of Nicholasvllle up to Crab Orchard Springs SaturdnyI MR JOHN CHAPPELL and wife of Knoxville who have been visiting relaI tives in this county returned homo Friday MRS J A BLAIN and children of Hustonvillo and Miss Sallio Hawkins of Corbin were guests of tho Misses AND MRS J R NUNNELLEY left yesterday for Springfield Mo to make their home much to the regret of their t many frlenda hero MR AND MRS FORESTUS REID Mrs Mary Bowman and Mrs Charles P Ce ot cll Jr of Danville aro at Tho Scel bach for the weekCourlcrdournal MR GRANVILLE LUTES of Stanford has rented property from J R Whipp and will move here Dec 1st Ho will then and selling stock Liberty NowsrMR A U WALLACE is at home from Harrodsburg Ho has been ill for some time and has almost lost his voice Ho J abldto but can notis go speak above a whIsperfMiss SARA SINGLETON of Louisville who has been with her mother Mrs Belle Singleton and tho families of Messrs J T Bingaman and W L Mc returned to her homo Saturday ICnrty C E Cox and family left Friday for Jonesboro Tenn to make thatl place their home Dr and Mrs C Cox will join them soon It is with sin core regret that our people give upII 1these good families CLARA COOPER who t Thursday night from a tour a of the East with tho Louisville Herald contest party left Saturday for Cedar Springs S C to teach tho oral system in tho State School for tho Deaf THE Garden City Mo News says at the fair at that place Miss Myrtle 0 I Bannon of this place took the prom lum on the best clmen of eyelets also prettiest homemade We congratulate young lady on her handiwork Il t Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDCRS left yesterday for Mississippi and Alabama where she has charge of tho Splrella Corset Cos territory LOCALS ICO Nnw sklrU at Severance Sons PIANO secondhanded forsale This oflko CLOAK and suit opening at Severance Sons NEW Belts and new Veiling at Sev erance 8 SonsI- IUNTEns killed a 30 steer for lion ry Hester and son William Hester Go to the Misses VanDevecr for styl ish and uptodate millinery You are Invited to meet H J lIelnzI Cos representative at W H gins store next Saturday 2tITin L willround trlu tick totho Lexington trots beginning till Oct 18 inclusive at2 Tine telephone rates have What Is the cause of this greatJ Do the people talk less or more Tile splendid play Monte Christo will bo presented by a fine Now York company at Waltons Opera House on Oct 25 See ad next Issue COCKEBELS have about 30 Black Minorca Brown Leghorn and Barred Rock cockerels for sale also about two dozen hens Ed Hubbard Stanford STAy PINO Now Is the best time to get your work done before the Christ mas rush 21C East Lexington St with Mrs Anderson Martha A Kendrick Danville THE ladles of tho Christian church will give n box supper at the K 0 T M Hall at McKinney next Friday night Oct 11th Go and help a good cause and buy a box FOR SALEFirst class twoyearold Jersey bull noted milk family Year thoroughbredCity Exchange No 82 rings 5t PLEASE change the address of the beat paper published in tho best town on the map and among tho best people BroadwayLouisville dale livelyCentraladapted for restaurant but good for any kind of merchandise business Living rooms above Apply or write to this office FINE FARM FOR SALEI have a splendid farm of about 200 acres for sale It is well improved watered fenced and nil necessary outbuildings Apply to J A Rice Morcland Ky It CARR bent Rev A L Caulder also colored for school trustee Saturday 26 votes It is said the color ed clement Is a little dissatisfied about conductcdihenco AT CRAB OBCHABD instead of speaking here as stated last issue Prof M 0 Winfrey democratic nomi for Superintendent of Public In struction will speak at Crab Orchard at 130 p M Wednesday 9th Hon W Newman democratic nominee for Commissioner of Agriculture will follow Prof Winfrey Hear them REPRESENTATIVEDi Of Lincoln county was in Louisville to attend the Horse Show Ho called at democratic headquarters to pay his respects to Judge Henry B lllnea Mr AlvorsonBald that Lincoln county Is in- ine shape and would give an old time democratic majority for Judge linger tho entire State ticket Times FnANKsHon E T Franks collec or of tho Owensboro district spoke to largo crowd at the courthouse Friday afternoon and made a catchy speech The Negro was largely In evidence and many democrats were in the audience He was introduced by Hon B B King Mr Franks Is one of tho best speakers have and while hetho republicans pro ented his case exceedingly well we have heard of no converts ho made up g tho hour of going to pressv FLYING TRIPTo the great Dry Goods Markets has put our stock in excellent shapeTC linvo milled new Suits new Cloaks Skirts Light Weight Jackets Waist ings Drew Goods Percales Ginghams Etc An Early Visit Menus greater variety to select from and prices lower than they can possibly be later as everything is on the jump null a great scarcity already exists Let us show you you are under no obligations to buy Wo know our styles arc right and prices nro consistent with quality I SON returnedto A WANTED 100 to COO pounds of honey Geo C Goode Covington Ky SEE the new Caracal Broadtail Plush and Velvet Coats at Severance Sons A GOOD rain fell yesterday and it appears as if we are to havo more today FOB SALtA square Hazclton Bros plane Good one Mm Mary I Burch PHOTOGRAPHS cheap at my old stand In Rowland for this month only Frank iCordlur Rowland 3t JUST reclevcd a large line of stoves and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton Fort Ico cold soft ksstaple andI fancy groceries fruits candies etcIcallon V B Morse Jr Hustonville WE have added a clothes cleaning de partmcnt In the rear of our barbershop- and will do your work with neatness dispatch Cook 8 Farmer Tim Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sate at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices BOYLE county republicans Saturday nominated Harvey Minor of the Perry villa section for Representative What Col E W Lillard will do to him will be a plenty STAMPING When inDanvillo cnllI and see my patterns In all tho new em broidery also a full line of floss I will take pleasure In showing them toI you Mrs Effie Bruce Drake West Lexington St Phone 93 SPEAKING COURTDAYIcon Ben Johnson Congressman from tho Fourth district will speak at the conrthouse hero at 130 next Monday afternoon county court day Mr Johnson is a good speaker and our people should give him a largo audience andladies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under tho new 8hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional telegraphers are required by the Railroads in the United States positions pay from 60 to 80 per month to beginners You can qualify in 3 or 4 months time For full details write to tho National Telegraph Institute Cincinnati Ohio MELD OVEB John LIppcrt and Low is Hutchison of Nicholasvillc and Chris Hutchison of Crab Orchard had their examining trial before Judge Warren Friday on the chat go of attempting to steal chickens from Mr J B Gilker son at Crab Orchard and firing on that gentleman when they wero discovered and were held over to circuit court in 250 each Lippert and Lewis Hutch Ison gave bond at once and returned home but Chris Hutchison Is still In jail Messrs George B Saufley of this place Willard Mitchell of Nicho laavllle and T J Culton of Crab Or chardrepresented tho accused THE UNIONDEPOrA better pleased audience has not left Waltons Opera House in years than did the one that witnessed The Union Depot Friday evening It was given by Miss Jocelyn price a highly accomplished lady of Somerset and some 40 of Stan fords best talent The stage was ar ranged so as to very much resemble a depot and the funny things done by the restless surging crowd brought forth much laughter Somo of the scenes were very realistic and one almost im agined himself in one of the big city depots where all kinds of people come and go Tho oldest person in tho performance was Mr W S Warren who is 83 Ho was one of the nervous crowd and could hardly wait for tho train calls Mr Kindrick S Alcorn to announce tho arrival of tho Louiavillebound train Each of those who took part did exceedingly well and is deserving of extended mention but space forbids Suffice it Jo say it was a very unique entertainment and one that was heartily enjoyed The several drills were well executed the singing was good and tho costuming splendid for an amateur performance Miss Price only rehearsed her players a few times and it is little less than remarkable that they dido well The entertainment was given under the auspices of tho Stanford U DC and wo are glad to say that they J rill have a nice sum to assist in build- Ing tho monument to Gen John Mor an and his men Tho gross receipts ere 10415 SPECIAL prices in Outing Cloth at Severance 8 Sons WE only charge topost farms but cash must always accompany the order Tim ladies who owe mo for stamping aro requested to call and settle Mrs C L Carter FOR RENTMra Wallaces property on Danville street apply to L R Hughes Stanford Ky TilE ladles of th Presbyterian church of Hustonville will serve meals from 10 A M to 9 P M on election day OUR man is again on duty ready to clean press and repair clothes First class work guaranteed Cummins McClary LOST between Dr Carpenters and St Asaph Hotel a gold bracelet four leaf clover Sunday Please return to this office AT JAMESTO VNMrGeorge B Saufley of this place will address the democrats of Russell county at Jamestown next Monday Oct 21 I WILL have my stamping patterns- In Severance 8 Sons store New patterns and flosses will arrive in a few days and you are invited to call and see them Have your towels sheets and pillow cases stamped now for Christmas Miss Maggie Bright READ the proposition for a now courthouse in another column of this paper and consider well tho question That we need a new temple of justice there is no doubt The old one is dangerous too small and not a place in which re cords can be preserved Think over the matter and vote yes on the proposition I OB deputies be at the following places to collect tax Wayneaburg Friday Oct 18 Kings ville Saturday Oct 19 McKinney Wednesday Oct 23 Moreland Thurs day Oct 21 Hustonville Saturday Oct 26 Remember the penalty is add ed now Nov 1st Dont let it catch you T J Hill sheriff MESSRS C V GENTRY and Sid My ers have bought out J H Boones liv ery stable on Depot Street and are now in charge They are putting in a nuns ber of new rigs and fresh horses and are ready to serve tho public with up todate turnouts They are both clever men and we bespeak for them a liberal share of the livery business FOR SALE Klftyilx acres of Blue Grass land In Lin coln county on the HhelbfOlty and Dan vlllt A Htnnford about Hens In line locust lasts ntnlIi lit presenl Incultlvntton U n line tract of hind and very desirable torn small farm Cnll on or address W M HAIUIOM Junction City Ky PUELIAEof Stock Implements Etc Etc On account of Illhealth I have decided to sell my farm on- TIIUIHDAY00TIT1107 consisting of acres of land situated on the Homer u pike three miles from Htnn ford hull Tulle from new schoolhonse and ono mile trots n union church The dwell InK la nicely located on an elevated tlthaview ot two pike anti rnllrollll and- onttlnSlooms with halli porches etc rlstern nt kitchen door nUll u never fnllhig well Good house coal house nnd bon home Asplendldcmcretecellar with Icu house cold storage com fined One of the best burns In the county water piper through It three loots base lent two large sheds ultra stall room fur pore tlutn al head of large cattle and lul peep besides hOrltAllnlt The land under a high state of cultivation with reeks sad springs runnIng through went IlVOacresluwheat and tho rest In unit IIIue Ornsa fact one of thu mod desirable tams In Lincoln county his farm will be sold In one tract or In two rncU with acres nnd Improvements In me nnd S7 acres unimproved laud In other rectA of 16lmnd year old mare mules tWfl mare sheep cnttla and hogs arming implements household and kitchen Wont date of 81110 UUHS1UYOOT17 Also 40odd cattle feeler and yearlings There Is B pair of ttoclc scales as good as new on the place 1ottettlun JnlllllT D KngllihAuor iJl LYNN Stanford Ky A Light Weight JacKet 5Is a necessity in every ladys wardrobe There are more days when a lightweight wrap is needed than there are when a heavy one is demanded A fortunate purchase of a line of manufacturers samples enable us to oiler a choice lino of those Jackets at about onehalf the regular price They willcost you 8250 to 85150 in Tan Brown Navy Black rind Fancies Come early as wo have only about 50 of these and at the price they will not lost long South East Corner Main and Depot Streets I SKIRTSOur complete line of Sorosis Under skirts just in Prices from 150 to 250 the only kind for Fall and Winter days See our Teddy Bears at 50c and Belts Veiling Silks and a heavy line of Outings are ready for you 0 TRIBBLE HUGHES Goods Notions Shoes jDry Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY Boys school domes We sell the wellkno- wnPERFECTION BRAND The Tailoring of these Suits is the very best such as will resist school wear The styles are correct If you want your Boys properly dressed let us clothe them snllsaalsa fW E Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky I The Lid I The Lid The LidI It is oil on prices nt thelEmporium at Huston ville We nrejprico fighters Your tl Lid Bo sure and get it front our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Wo have selected the cream of the market for you Como and be convinced in this line Wo undersell everybody CLOAKSLadies Misses and Childrens We cnn please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lut to select from suit nil We carrya 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 ME27 years selling Shoes Our and Winter stock is now full and complete Come and inspect our stock I know I can do you gjod Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Prize Fighter We have Lamps from I5C up They are Good Values Guaranteed to Give Light Until You Blow It Out X iI GeosD Hoppers Stanford Ky 1 The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford m ueondclau matte- rIQSw9nRD TUESDAYS AND ruiDA1 AT 100 PER YEAR CASK irPWben not so paid tlOO will be charged Jesse W SweeneyI reoralaTOn Livery Food and Sale Stable Lanoaster Ky NOTICEAny one needing a Union Jack and Wire Stretcher cnn leave their order with T U Uewland at Htnnford He has one ho will show you and take your order and will HI the same on shortjnollce BT LUN8FOIID NOTICE 01rmpIanSprIngesttuntdd miles South O 8 IL U and on McKlnney k Mlddleburg pike ot which hacks run dally except h- nowjopen for the trelltmen ot Rheum turn Kidney Bladder and nil Htom ech and Dowel Troubles Rheumatism n specialty at reasonable rates For particu tars tern address F M SUlfIlror nFD Box Hustonvllle Ky B D CARTER NewLiveryDepot StreetPhone 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the OwBley Building The FisherHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Street between Springs and town K mile from Halt Hulphur Well 8nmo- dlltance from Drown springs Splenuld tR ble cool comfortable rooms Rates 17 per week INSURANCElire Accident None but BEST Companies Represented Lowest Po llbl Rates Paying Reo rtliDneqaalled Talk wlhIMAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there Is so difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Spring A summer goods I can make from a low price business suit to the flnet dress wit Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none 110 RUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky Boone Walls i Successors to B D Carter ivery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY BpJclal Attention Given Commercial Met Good Riga at Reasonable Rates Sock Pone In Connection Aliongents for all kinds of Harvesting Machinery and Steam Knglnes Threshing Machinery nnd Haw Stills It to see us before buy Also commission salesmen for oil secondhand machineryJ McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY omco Phone Homo Phone 35 JL Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for ulliKinda of Stock Give i Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY i i lff ar as FARMERS DEPARTMENT W D Hanson sold to Ike Shelby 2 feeders at 4Jc Morgan Beazley sold to Beazley Bro 250Iof good tin cthy hay S W Junction CIty Ky Cotton growing in Peru dates back beyond the time of the Spanish conquest FOR SALE1S or 20 75 to 100noun j shoats Good stock J M Reynolds Waynesburg FOR SALE87 good grade 600 to 70 pound cattle L P Nunnelley R F D Lancaster FOR SAL31 calves good stock L P Nunnelley R F D Lancaster or H C Ingram PulaskI Ky J D Eads sold to Mrs Rice of Ca sey a pair of sorrel mules for 400 Ho sold to J L Johnson 40 feeders alt 4Jc FOR SALEA 3000pound pair oli oxen 13 800 pound yearlings nnd hogs Call and see them T B Ham monds Stanford W L Richards and E S Algrighl received from Chicago a car of 131 sheep which have been let out to different parties Mt Vernon Signal HARRODSDURG COURTA big crowd attended Harrodsburg court yesterday and business generally was brisk There were several hundred cattle on the market and there was a good de mand Lots of mule colts changed hands at 50 to 115 Preston Beck of Garrard selling one at the latter price J A Tewmey reports that his 37 ewes raised 67 lambs this year averag ing 97 pounds and that the wool and lambs from each owe netted him 1325 J E Allen of Boyle sold to Simon Weil 56 heavy cattle for November delivery at 550 Clel Coleman bought 106 hogs averaging 200 pounds of Isaac Scott at 6c and SO averaging 180 pounds of T H Coleman at 6cHare rodsburg Democrat A Certain Cure for CroupUsed- 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 to croup and he 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 ofChamberlains Cough Remedy was In the house His oldest child was subject to severe attacks of croup but this remedy never failed to effect n speedy cure He has recommended It to friends and neighbors and all who have used It say that it Is unequaled for croup and whooping cough For sale by all druggists I do not think William Jennings Bryan could have come to Kentucky at a more opportune time The people of Kentucky are in a humor to listen to him especially in the Western part of the State where the sentiment in favor of the great Nebraskan is strong and growing stronger He will strengthen the Democratic State ticket and I think convince many people who are waver ing that their duty Is to vote straight for their partys candidate The situa tion all over the State looks good never did think the Republicans had ghost of a show of winning this fall and I am further convinced of that fact at this stage of the campaign We are gaining every day The Democrats are enthused more than they have been since the campaign of 1900 Henry B Hines Chairman Democratic State Campaign Committee juinsey Sprains and Swel lings Cured In November 1901 I caught cold and had the quinsy My throat was wollen so I could hardly breathe I ppllcd 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 erlalns Pain Balm Is a liniment andC Is especially valuable for sprains and welllngs For sale by all druggists This is what Judge W S PryorI robably the best known lawyer in Kentucky says about Judge Morris who was appointed by Gov Beckham to try the Caleb Powers ease A better appointment could nothave been made udge Morris is fully equipped for such a trial and is a fairminded levelhead cd man who will see that the rights of parties are protected lIe is an exceptionally good man and should in no way be objectionable to the defense iov Beckham has done well in the appointment and I for one am veryI glad that he made such an admirable election There can no well sustained charge be made that Judge Morris will not give Powers a fair trial Notice To Our Customers Wo are pleased to announce that oleys Honey and Tar for coughs olds and lung troubles Is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug lav as it contains no opiates or other armful drugs and we recommend as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store At Lebanon Ohio Jesse Justin aged 85 is suing Rebecca J Sides 80 for reach of promise t11iI jESS599 Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33 5YearsI have been afflicted with sore eye for 33 years Thirteen years ago I became totally blind and was blind for six years My eyes were badly Inllair uPIonand gave me half a box of It To my surprise it healed my eyes and m sight camp back to meP C Earls Cynthlnna Ky Chamberlains Salv It for sale by all druggists Trains are bringing enormous crowd 0of landseekers who utilize anything from wagons to automobiles to go to the lower Brule country in South Da kota to be opened to settlers this week Tho drawing begins today and Indications arc for a large attendance 140 Lexington and return via Queen Crescent route from Junction City Ky Oct 818 good returning Oct 19U account of Kentucky Trots For in formation ask Agents or write II C King G P A Lexington Ky Attention Please I Any honest person detlrlng temporary or iKrnmnent employment should cull on Kl adLL tN TIME TABLE No SI Mouth ll cal PM No s oulh1Y301 v No SI North IIA No7NorIbY1iT v x JOS S RICE Agont OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whites Mill Has boon thoroughly renovated and Is now In line condition to make the boat of Flour Meal Etc Custom grinding done on nncl thetoll aefora erlylGive me Will a trial Krlnd fol W II SMITH Proprietor Urub Orchard Ky Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office TRIBBIi PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic turn Frames Shades Lace Curtains PoperL has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE Ii PENCE Day Phone 28 right laG or 133 How to Cure Constipation Few people altogether escape a disorder of bowels You may catch cold overeat overdrink worry too not exercise enough or do a hundred anti other things that result in constipation or costiveness When the trouble comes it is well to know what to do for it In the opinion of thousands there is no better cure for constipation than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin anyone can obtain for SO cents or at a drug store We all have constipation occa sionally and the sensible thing to do is to have a bottle of this remedy always la the house You take it at night on for example and when you wake up In the morning at your usual hour It produces Its results Your stomach Instantly becomes lighter Four head clearer your eyes brighter you feel active and spry once again your appetite has returned and you are ready to work with enthu slum and vigor All this may not have taken more than a dose or two at a cost not to exceed two or three cents Can you afford to feel bud when you can feel brood for so littler Dr Wilson Drown of Metropolis Ill has no hesitancy In saying that Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin Is the greatest of all laxatives and he frankly admits to his patients that It they used when the stomach liver or bowels got out of order they would have less need of him It la without the best cure for occasional or chronic constipation dyspepsia biliousness Jaundice sour flatulency diarrhea and similardigestive ills in old or young It Is a thousand times better than salts or purgative waters acts gently but surely Is pleasant to the taste does not gripe and cures permanently Goto your druggist and get a 10 cent or It bottle and see If our claims are not Justified FREE TEST wells SyrupPepsin Defers DrCald Ing can hays i fro sampla bottle tent to their home by addressing tile company This otter li to prove that the remedy do as we claim and It only opts to thou hays never taken It Send for It you hays any symptoms of stomach liver or disease GeeVsn oldfoilsPUBLIC VERDICT laxative So Good end Sure at OR CALOWEUS SYRUP PEPSIN ThU product tears purity ePEPIINt t aldwtll Bldg MenUedla tH taBlfVYtaZattCat gA itlie NOTICE WagonICheap for cnsli Nee Hlllu t JonosyleKlnneyKy FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTYI A flue bluo grass fnrm for sale situated or rnow tike near Point lAiivt and six milei of Lancaster containing sou news well IncnUU In nt orhoo l belm itnildIthereon recently completed with nil IIUt bulldlugs and good new barn xtw watered sIx never tnllllll springs uud crwkI nuing through TKIIU S cuh In hand Imlnnce one nm two lRfi from of sate onrlng six llerI paidrenons such lilac wrltoKM find Italiclie Vnlkvr living un rnrin lit Point Ixnvell or W O Wnlker NtnnfonlKy Isabella K M and W O Wlllkcr oillt Lrnyell Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate ExchjiD TITLE COI NoIaacres on the Waylieiliurg pike near Highland 8rooui house barn niul oth uutlmlldltiKs loo orolmnl This proper t1s nenrohun h and sunool bouse Is wrll worth the price IINo 2100 acres milt Houth of Oral Or chnrdonthu Htulo road has n two story house good tiara orchard nnd Is well water vdnbout tan acres of this land li laud and produces tutu crops A IlOIl each ImlHDCo In one and boUomI No S US norei on n18bllrg room house bnrnllml liulldlnm plenty or water Cash price It suuNo1IMacres near Ixtrel Green tookensile county Ky This farm has a new 1 stun runts IIOUH would cot to bull now Yaw soul iMirn crlh Ac located near church unit school This U n nice home and cnn Im bought for iW iwr acre H CRib roe mainder in It months No 5 1SI acre nd olningthentiorefarns Ito aero In cuUIRt 0110111111 of iroomii goo tmrniind other outbuildings nice orchard Oimof tit in the county Price fifM halt cacti balance and 1 year Nod acres Adjoining firmsNo rand 5 lJ iiore In cultivation Inilance In Urn tier flood white oak hickory and sonic line cedar Ilns 2story log lime nnd good orch net well watered hush price ftiiu llilIbarn and necessary outliull llngi tune water and school church anti It It station Price tJUa K ciuh balance In one and two years Nofllacres nenr Conwny Ky nearly nil of thl farm U tattoo land tine for corn nnd meadow very good dwelling house new barn and other building on county road 4 miles from Uerva College Cash price JuuNovadlnoreson Drnkes mile from ora OrchRN This tarm adjoin the pike and Is apart of the ieo prune farm hhllllne land nnd In goal condition nil necessary building ThU U a bargain nt til per acre No 10t acres near Htnnford Ky In nice shape with all necessary butldliitttttc cull be bought worth theinoney For full particulars In regent to nil the above farms seu or write I li Hughe or June L White Htnnford Ky Notice of Election I Ilegular term of the Lincoln county toilet held Monday HlltlI lieu present It U ro presiding In the matter of the application of the cltlxen of Kliigtville n graded chool At the last regular tlrmot this court lucid Htltlon signed byeJ W Thoueponf1v Ctolll I 1 tttlhllnson l M Thompson Vet Wm Meelcs It 1lUgneYJU Dye u A and W W K W Orelglf VouchiowariHweeuwy1lteggaelWin fnmgMorrisDavid Hlckitl II D Murphy W Mudmnn U L Iletesiey O II Jenk Ins D A Hlngleton W M Hlngleton T It lor UTrutty Win M Uooch Jharlx cK1Uooch ur D A Francis J A Hurt lint nester H llUhevotetteUnlvertdoochO U Murphy Ubrl Mount George touch A looob Win ltobertnnd J K Htull win flied In open court before It Wnrnn Judge of said court tusking that n trailed Common Hcbool DUtrlvt tu oatnblUhed with tx undn ry as follow IleKlnnlngnt John McKee Included wl thence to Mrs Hnrnli J Austin place Ii- eludedtheneeto VI Ilogue Included thence to J WlOO piece Included thence toJM Iurlh Included theiuo to ta- ebIrsHallleMullns place l tlluuO to mile post No on the f N0 A T I It thence to the old Holer or Hunter place Included thence to 01 llensoley Included thence to U A Hlngleton Inrluded thence to HowurdHwenney Included thencH to J W Htull eifludde thence tot M rower excludedthoncutooaonthoC NOT I It HUIIIItoJtIIt- hegroe 1IIIIcttlxcludll thellcc to J Mv KlII the boglnnltig And appearing to the court that nil of the said livtltloner ore legal voter dsres- Idents of nnd taxpayers In the sold proppot ed Urnded Common Hchool Dlitrlct In the tuw nofIiingsvllloacawtciu the Wnyne burg llIlIhllrlalINo 3 II that the site rue U the Klngsvllie kchoolhouiu located In Klngtvllle Lincoln county ly Is certified to lennd I not ox cetHlliiglng inllt8 from why ortlon of tie lioundnry ot proposed dlltrlet An It further nppeurlng that n majority of the trustees Ineacli of tho common chool dUtrlct embraced In whole or In part In aid Inidid Common Hcliool dlitrlct luiva consented to the establishment of tho sold proposed Clrnded Uommon Hchool DUtrlct slid viidoned their content In writing apllellrJnlBUI of common county hit consented to the rtnt llhinent of the inld dUtrlct nnd hll endorsed hU conitent in writing upon tho sail petition provided by law And thle day the said petitioner appeared ot en court and the Court being nultl IIdJjllllll1thlltordered nud d to cause n to Iio In the town of Kingivllltt Ky anti in election to bo held there Oil tie rubs day 3f October beIng moro than days utter the entry of this order to tnke onse of the legal white voters In wild proposed arndeil Common Hchool Dlitrlct whether there shall bo levied and collected in annual tux of lit cents on each tltas of property assessed In saidprowaed leaded lommoii Hchool to the lhlto voter tend corporation for tho pur wse of mnlntntnlng a Oonunon chool In thellldprolltllldClrmhdOomllwn- Hchaol District and for of reeling iiiltuble buildings there purpose Iro lded bv the common nchool law Tho oillceri of said election will CRuse the aidlegnlvoten In euld proposed district o oto for live arsons of RJlIroVldhyyIli make IACopyAtt lEO HCOOPKII Clerk liy E D IVnnlngton D O IT J Hill Hr sheriff of Lincoln county Unit tho foregoing order was BIooperClerkofherefore Uhed In tho INTKUIOK JOOIINAI n Wild weekly newspaper published In Lincoln ounty Ky nnd In compliance therewith I the fate In Klngsvllie Ky he district abate nnllled on the dRrnlld ate mimed In order for the purpose Ing theleno of the voters of ealddstrict on tho question of entnblUhlng a Qraded Com non in sold dUtrlct Otven under my hunch this nth day of teptemborlWT T J HILL Hit Sheriff of Lincoln County IM4W i0c w Aiiw t Try Our Pure Canada Sap The Original Maple Syrup Santee Sryup Bob White Syrup W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KY N First National BankStanford Jfr Capital Stock 50000t This Institution wss ae the Deposit flank of Stanford In 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