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Y nP i L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxxv STANFORD KY FHIDAY OCTOBER 11 1907 NO 64 11 KJNGSVfLLE KtnaviUo Is making nn effort in obtain a rrade1lchootand wo hope feu ccssful oTort i irand Mrs Sam Kljrney and ion rfHarry inl Robin of Some Jo ne Ib guW3 of rclalvcs hoc Mr lJ a E t toe has leturned from a visit to Cia r cnco Mm Hole Ullam of Ctociar t loivccil homo Monday nfr a veto t ho itor Mrs Wm Lano Thu It tel returned with her slater for a row days visit Mrs Tony FleUlior or Science Hill was tho guest of hurooui i In Virgil Dastln and wife Mrs Col nut Gooch and baby huvo rstwue from n visit to Mrs Tone ut Ixiak ton James Coode not G x h ay you types had itie oureflhiam and aerom- modatinic station Agent Mr GUlli lu N his at Eubanks and aeoommodnlMomo one Thomas 1ayno paid a visit to Miss Lat ra Cottrell at Good Hope and Incidentally took In tho association in pro ruH thnro recently W II Gooch of Sum erect was tho guest of Dr J W Acton Mr C D Evans of Wayaesburs was hero Thursday lie has recently bought property in Nicholasvlllc Mrs Claudo Hustor is visiting her inohci- MM Lnia Go h at Some set CHURCH MATTERS Tho floor opaconf St Peters Rome Is 227000 tquaro feet the greatest or any cathedral in tho world Tho Blblo may bo read and the Lo S prayer recited In public schools so thi Toxai Court of appeals decided Uev E S Shoemaker Superintend ent of tho Anti Seloon League or Indiana predicts that Stato will bo dry by 1912 1 Eld Joseph Hallou will preach at tin f Christian Church noxt Sunday at 11 oclock Subject Choosing and Ro fusing Tho Y M C A yearbook reports Associations 1887 members 435000 property 39000000 There are now 2400 men employed and tho Bible classes have 178000 members Newport Is to lose its Little Church Around tho Comer whcro Julia Dent Grant was married and where many other fashionable weddings havo tak en place The church is to be sold for lock of support BnvANa UKASOSS FOR COMING TO KENTUCKY I am down hero because I want to express to you tho hope felt by the democrats throughout this un Ion that when your vote Is counted In November you shall poll such n majorl rl ty for Judge finger and his companions on tho ticket as to let them know where Kentucky will be when tho roll is called next year and I have coma to express tho hope that you will see to it i ill that In the election of your Legislature r you shall havo a majority I trust In that Legislature that will be in favor of sending to tho Senate your gallant young democrat from Kentucky Gov Beckhsm that for six years he may stand there as tho apostle of democra cy and tho champion of tho rights of the people aHowtoCur Cold The question of how to euro a cold without unnecessary loss of time is ono In which wo are all moro or less Interested for the quicker a cold in gotten rid of tho less tho danger of pneumonia and other serious diseases Mr n W L Hall of Waverly Va has used Chamberlains Cough Rem edy for years and says I firmly be lieve Chamberlains Cough Remedy to bo absolutely tho best preparation on tho market for colds I havo recom mended It to my friends and they all agree with me II For sale by nil druggists Tho Millersburg Female College was destroyed by fire Wednesday Theio were 150 young women and children ct theh desks when tho fire broke out but they escaped without injury tho some were badly frightened Tho build brick and frameing was a threeslot Bliiicture and tho fire originated from a defective flue The loss is estimated a 20000 partly covered by insurance Tho college was established in 1852 It was burned In 1878 but was later rebuilt Did you and your wife do much rowing at tho seashore Thats tho way it is spelled but it is pronounced dlfterenLfiuuston Post Foloys Kldnoy Guro will cure any caso of kidney trouble that Is not beyond medical aid Pennys Drug Storew7he growth of girls Is greatest In their 15wiycar of boys in their 17th Why Ii an old mold like a bad lemon Because neither is worth squeezing Of the worlds population there are 64 to tho million are MIDDLEBURG Ilo1 W Newman candidate for Corn nlwlnnvr of Agriculture and Pro- M 0 Winfrey candidate for Super Utittnt of IMnftc Instruction spoke at- YnMuilu Thursday afternoon Q It Joowt tine lately purchased arid reinixJuJwl the oM Ciffoy water mill nt this pUce and U now prnpared to mak the beac of water m t meal Ths mill tiM always bean tam is for good meal bat U bettor cqai ntd nov than ever bptor It land t known yet who will be pas tor of the U E church here this year It Is said that I8nttSr nee was short peaahIT aid MWJUuuj like a num her of other places has yot to bo supplied Rev J S sylor will llltv fi tho pulps usl a r ra tr pastor is u cured Ru W J Tinj an Auslrallcn prtwehitJ Ht YOMHII j CMstan chute Sunday morning and evening Ho is a student In the Bible College at Lexing un and cimiD to fill an appointment for Ituv J Hall lie is quite youthful though those who heard him were fa vorahly Impressed MiN Salcna Jones was able to attend Sunday school at the Baptist church af or a siege with typhoid fever Judg Word and wife visited at W G list tee Mts Fannie Crter of Burn Sde visited her sisters Mrs Wlllian Wheat of this place and Mrs Sharp at Yosemite Bob Cabboll and mother came up from Burnsido and spent several days with Mrs Marion Sweeney who is sick Rev W G Tilford went to Pleasant Point Saturday Miss No ra ColTey of Phil was a visitor at Ja son Coffoys One Hundred Million Opium Smok ers Thu casual observer may think that tho opium traffic smuggling opium smoking lum and eating oplumIsI a minor trade and indulged in by only a few reckless habitues who want to bo wafted to other worlds This is not so Tho stamina and thoI character of the entire Chinese race have already been so sapped by tha drug that the resulting demoralization hoe frightened even tho vic tims of tho habit Today ChinaI drugged debauched frightened at her own desperate condition is grabbling with tho vice that has her by the throat No such heroic effort at moral reform has oven before been made by a human govemment And the ChristI lana who debauched her are looking on skeptically questioning Chinas sincerity AtTionUIn where the Chinese officials havo closed all the opium dens In the native city Mr Uerwln found the dens in the foreign concessions licensed for revenue by- el foreign consuls running wide open In vain the Chinese protested that this laxity completely nullified lire effect of their own prohibition The consuls could not see their way clear to give up the revenue Truly It is an extraordinary story The most conservative official esti mate of the opiuin smokirg population in China is 100000000only 16000000 moro than tho entire population of the United States Many officals place the list at 150000000 Si ccess Magazine MATRIMONIAL Mrs Mary Reynolds Morris and Mr John Wesley Caskey both of Junction City drove over to Danville and were quietly married In the parlors of the lilchcr Hotel Rev J Q Montgom try pastor of the Christina church of tho above place was tho officiating minister The INTERIOR JOURNAL has tho honor of announcing tho approaching mar lago of Miss Eleanor LeGrande Jones of Mt Sterling to Mr Anderson Ihcnault Bogie also of Montgomery county Tho date is Oct 16th and It- will be an elegant but very quiet home wedding Miss Jones is the charming laughter of Mr and Mrs John P Jones who moved from this place to tit Sterling several years ago Sho is a beautiful girl very accomplished ands greatly admired Mr Boglo Is a vcalthy young farmer and a fine gen Ionian Wo wish him and his prospective bride all the pleasure that can omo to a happily wedded pair A Card This Is to certify that all druggists arc authorized to refund your money If Foloys Honey and Tar tails to euro your cough or cold It stops the ough huals tho lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la rlppo coughs and prevents pneu nonla and consumption Contains no opiates Tho genuine Is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pen lys Drugstore p Tho cases against Elbort Hargis and lilt Britton charged with complicity In tho murder of Dr B D Cox were Ismissedon motion of Commonwealths ttorney John Waugh NEWS NOTES On an average 240 murders are com milted in New York City every year Harry K Thaws second trial for tho killing of Stanford White will bcgin December 2 Mn Cassic Chadwick who is seriously ill in the Columbus 0 penilei Nary was baptized Into tho Cathol faithThe September statement of the London Board of Trade shows Increases or 1407000 in imports and 2310000 In exportsNovembe 11 has been selected nl tho dale for tho beginning of the fourt tlal of Caleb PoWers for the murder of Gov Goebel T jury at Chfttarcojra ir tho case of Ed Turner charged with killing his wire brought in a verdict of murder In the first degree David Wilson aged walked off an L N train while it was cresting bridjronear Cynthiana and nerly over bone in his body was broken A storm of almost hurricane fore swept over New York doing muc damage and causing great inconven lerco both on land and water Four workmen were killed and 20 faulty injured by the upsetting of a metal pot in a cupola of the Standan Steel Car Company at Butler Pt The National Association of Railroad Commissioners is holding its 20th annua convention In Washington Commis sloncrs McChord Ferguson and Slier of Kentucky are attending Klaw Erlanger have issued a statement that their tight with the KeithProctor Williams combination will go on and that the field of rivahj will be extended from coast to coast Rural letter carriers from all prrtI of the country are assembled In Atlan ta for the three days session of tho annual convention of tho National Asso elation of Rural Free Delivery Car tiers The cases of Alex pnd Elbert Hargis Ed Callahan and Jesse Spicer charged with complicity in the murder of JaaI Cockrill at Jackson several years age were postponed until tho December term of court The Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Company has announced an increase in the wages of all telegraph operators on tho system The increase went into effect October 1 and came as a surprise to the men Gov Bcckham appointed G Allison Holland of Lexington Special Judge or tho Scott county Circuit Court to sit attire regular term vice Judge Stout who is detained at his homo by the icrious illness of his mother Tho attorneys for Robert Hocker the Negro who killed Newton Veal in Fayette withdrew the motion for a hange of venue and a special venire of 200 men was ordered from Madison ounty The trial is set for Tuesday Gov Butchel of Colorado and David D Moffatt and Charles S Kountzl tank presidents of Denver received nfenal machines through the mails They had been warned beforehand by the chief of police of Denver who had obtained a confession from the men who sent the machines Rev J Murray Taylor formerly of Lexington this State was convicted in tho Saginaw Circuit Court of assault- Ing Mrs Mary Eastman ono of tho members of his church The jury warded Mrs Eastman 100 damage The assault took place on July 4 1906 when the preacher took Mrs Eastman home from a church picnic Citizens and newspapers of Washington are vigorously protesting against ho plan of tho Park Commissioners to remove trees planted by famous men in order to make room for tho Grant nonument It is generally rctretted hat neither the Secretary of War nor he President is in Washington so that tome effective means could be taken to prevent the carrying out of the chemeD Edwards who admitted during his trial for murder at Chattanooga hat ho probably had killed 14 men and who trailed Ed Turner the wife nurderer to his hiding place in Kentucky went violently insane at the county jail He suddenly pounced upon tho day jailer and made a desperate attempt to secure his pistol with tho vowed Intention of killing the jailer and himself rHard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and routh are almost forgotten In the rosperous Kansas of today although a citizen of Codoll Earl Sham bUfJ has not yet forgotten a hard Imo ho encountered He says ras worn out and discouraged by oughlng night and day and could finll no relief till I tried Dr Kings row Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The afest and most reliable cough and old cure and lung and throat healer over discovered Guaranteed by Pen lys Drug Store 50o and 91 Trial bottle free MR LEWIS GREEN GOOCH The above Is one of L icoln county busiest men PS well as ono of its mos successful lie is president of the Way ncsburg Deposit flank docs an exten slve mercantile business handles more lumber than probably may man In the county and has several side lines to look after He is one of the best citi zens in the county and is also one of the wealthiest IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs S Eastland is dead in the Cove Spring section of Mercer Wesley Earls an aged citizen of the Southern end of Pulaski was killed by a Q C train Wm Gilespic one of the wealthiest farmers of Garrard county is dead axed 83 He had no family and left his estate worth 75000 to the Catholic churchA new tower is being erected at Junction City immediately west of the depot It is rumored that the L N and Q C will jointly erect a new depot of a modern type The Treasury Department has sent a warrant to the United States Attorney 7500 to pay fora lot in London Ky for a site for a new public building It was bought of John R Bore ingDanville Is to be the center of ex tensive machine shops for the Cincinnati Southern and Louisville Southern railways The machinery is ariving daily and tho plant will be equipped in tho most modern mannerAdvocate Julius Osterle who was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Coleman several days ago at the home of Thomas Meece in a demented condition died in jail His body was shipped to his late home Augusta GaSomerset Journal The Somerset Bank and Trust Com pany has completed its organization and will soon open for business in temporary head quarters The capital stock is 5100003 and C S Porter a re tired druggist will be president of the new institution The company will erect a threestory brick building which will front on tho public square His Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who Is now 83 years old thrives on Electric Bit ters writes w B Brunson of Dublin Ga Sire has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excel lent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters affect tho aged and tho same hap py results follow In all cases of female weakness and general dcbllljy Weak puny children too are greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Penny the druggist 50o My daughter stated the haughty millionaire is receiving attention from ono of my bookkeepers Doubtless you are perturbed about it Yes I hate to let my 5000 bulldog bite a 900 clerk Washington Her ald No home 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 wilt lure every member of the family of constipation sick headache or stom ich trouble Pennys Drugstore Austrias fishing industry suffers from the handicap that the fishermen are nearly all In the clutches of usurers They are compelled to borrow money when tho catch is poor and they fro never able to get out of debt rgainThey Make You Feel Good The pleasant purgative effect oxpor enced by all who use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of the body nnllI nlnd which they crpato makes ono fEel joyful Price 25 cents Samples ico at all druggists The swiftest river in theworld is he Sutlej of British India which in 80 miles has a decent of 12003 feet THEATRE TALK NO I rl u DID YOU EVER READ THE STORY OF MONTE CRISTO Itsa wonderful story so full of interest that the boy who starts to read it should be on excellent terms with his mother because in nine out of ten cases he will forget to carry up tho coal forget to perform Its A Wonderful Story WE DONT KNOW MUCH ABOUT THE CONRAD COMPANY but it has as good a reputation as any Monte Cristo Company on the road and will doubtless present the great melodrama to the satisfaction of all theatregoers Conrad guarantees the attraction and he says ho will give you YOUR MONEYS WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK Monte Cristo is one of the greatest plays and like East Lynne and Uncle Toms Cabin will live forever hav ing won a place in the affec tions of the theatre going public The play possesses the same drawing power that greeted its initial production From a dramatic standpoint no play excels it and the sit uations are sensational to a degree IThe Best of All I Iwhile IIN THFWORLD IS AT MY fEEY IccMONTE 11thathahood Was in Flower Quo Vadls The and In the Palace of the King BUT THE PLAY SHAT HAS AND MUST t OUTLIVE THEM ALL IS MONTE CRITO Usual prices will revail Waltonts Opera House Friday Oct 25 FBltlt STYltES Ii I I Are on exhibition at this store and we always aim to lead in the matter of new ideas We will show you the greatest stock of uptn date Suits and Overcoats for Men young and oldever brought to Stanford You will find here the newest thoughts and smart styles in Fall ClothesDont 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 garments and let you compare yalues Our stock of Fall and Winter Shoes and Rubbers is complete and we have the best makes Give us a call SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc t s l V EK Comfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bath room with 915 worth oflcoal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms The ideal heat for a 1 residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter hereS H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumbor r The Interior Journal t E Co WALTON J MOSER rJOHN of Llncoin countI c of theUblect to the action party M BRUCE cnndldnte for Jnller of county is n of the Democratic subject to the action party JAMES C HAYS II a cnndldnte for Jntler of of the Vemocrnttc count ncttonsubject to the party D C ALLEN ITiubJecttotheactionoftheDe1fOCl party Democratic TIcket C W Beck SenatorJ fForU S hamFor Governor S W Hager GeneralJohn h For Attorney Hendricks Inlendent of Schools For State Super M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant GovernorSouth Trimble For AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert VreelandFor Laffoon For Clerk of Court of AppealsI John B Chenault Lincoln coun For Representative of tyW H Shanks Itf a comparison of the administration of ExGov Brsdlev and Gov Beckham on the use and abuse of the pardoning power the Frankfort Jour nal says Bradley WBJ in office Tor four years and pardoned 448 persons convicted of felony or indicted for a felony Gov Bckhatn has been in of fice practically eight years and has par of felony doned 331 persons convicted or indicted for felony and pardoned be fore trial This includes five pat oas who were convicted of murder and sen tenced to death and whose sentence was commuted to life imprisonment Two of these were friendless Negroes adjudged a lunatic and one other had been Yet Rummy Wilson goes and down the State telling the peo up has pardofl cl1 lle that Gov Beckhnm criminals right and left The dmtuv guished gentleman should pst himseJr DISGUISED as a laborer Abraham Slimmer the millionaire philanthropist is traveling over Iowa lavishing his wealth on the poor and needy Reports of mysterious gifts by a mysterious stranger have deluged local newspaper offices This is one of the millionaires happiness His theory ways of gaining of life is that the only source of happiness is doing good for others His the outgrowth of a desire gifts are not conscience for ho has to ease his life and is anuprightalways led an honest man Would that there were Mr Slimmer in this more such men as world of ours tgood at Paris Hon JamesIN a speech Andrew Scott of Frankfort predicted thatif Willson is elected governor his first official act will be to pardon Caleb Powers who would immediately aspire to a seat in the U S Senate There would do ifWillson h no telling what elected nor what Powers would if par doned but the chances of either of them doing anything worthy of mention in the next few years looks exceedingly slim to us THE Advocate evidently doesnt think the nomination of Hon Harvey Minor for Representative by the republicans- of Boyle is of much importance as thatI paper did not give space to a mention of it Of course Mr Minor hasnt a show on earth to win but it is unkind incur esteemed contemporary to treat the clever old gentleman from the barks of the Chaplain wUh silent con tempt MR BRYANS whirlwind tope of Ken tucky again demonstrated that he is the most popular man who ever visited the State Ho has a warm place in the heart of every true Demo crat who will be sure to heed his injunctions not to let Kentucky go Republican this time and thus settle in advance the election of another Republican president WONDER what the republicans have I against Vice President Fairbanks that they should bill him for such towns as Livingston and Berea 7 Think of the vice president of the U S speaking to a dozen or so peoplo in towns that are not large enough to be incorporated TllEKB is no question so r cat as Democrat ic supremacy I would rather give up the nomination fo Unites States Senator than to turn the State covernmcntoverlo the Republicans said Gov in a speech at Owessbo 1orI JUDGE HAGEU if elected gove which he will be says he will recom i mend to the Legislature in his first message a reduction of taxes to 40c on the 100 This if nothing else ought to make the taxpayers support him POLITICAL- Dr J W Craddock was nominated by the Hart county democrats for RepresentativeRobert Fleming former State Senator and president of the First Na deadIhas Adair been and Cumberland for Representative From the strenuous efforts being made in certain quarters it would seem that there is a wellgrounded fear that KeruJcky may be agin Mr A E Will sonSomerset Journal The democratic mass convention at Lexington nominated Mayor Thomas A Combs for the State Senate without opposition and George R lunt for county attorney over Maury Kemper- W J Bryan made eight speeches in Western Kentucky Tuesday and it is estimated that 37000 people came to hear him Ho closed his Wesleui Kentucky tour at Murray after speaking to 6000 people at Paducah Mr Dry an and the leaders of the democratic party in Kentucky are much pleased with the result of Mr Bryans tour Prof J G Crabbe the republican nominee for State Superintendent of Schools met a decided frost here last night not more than 20 people being at his speaking Extensive p epara tions are making to receive Prof M 0 Wirurey the democratic nominee tonight A brass band 700 schoolchildren and all the leading businessmen will meet him at the train and 03 cort him to the hotel The above dispatch from Middlesboro appeared In Tuesdays Louisville Times ThIs is the way Cong essman Ollie James introduced Hon Wm Jennings Bryan at Marion Mr James home town Jtjjives me delight to present to yoj one whose voice has been heard in behalf of human liberty and equal rights in every State in the Union and in every land in the civilized world The mightiest foe of corporate greed on the earth the one back of whom the millions of Democracy intend to stand in the coming battle of 1908 the best loved and best known Democrat in the world William Jennings Bryan November 1 people in Washington who desire to mail letters will not be compelled to locate a drug store branch postoffice or other places where stamps are sold but will be able to secure a stamp of any denomination from a slot machine Postmaster Gene al Meyer announces that ho has decided to give an official trial to a stamp vending machine and will install them in various parts of the tity After a fair trial if they prove successful the machines will be installed in all other largo cities IFOR SALEA new tarction engine one separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at 50c per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on ac count of ill health All this machinery is comparatively new and cost about 3000 It can be bought for a very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky In the address before a mass meet ing in the Boston Thoatcr in Boston Gen William Booth head of the Salvation Army said tint on the Saturday evening previous a woman investigator visited 18 restaurants and six lioU lin- Ing rooms between 7 and 1130 oclock and counted in them 765 wdnjcn m tables of whom 621 wore drinking liq raTA New York dispatch says Canes and swagger sticks for young women are the latest fads here Several of the feminine exponents of the idea have been seen on Fifth Avenue can ying slender canes The new walking sticks are not more than half an inch in dIam- eter well polished and without much adornment Notice To Our Customers Wo are pleased to announce that Fofoys 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 it as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store Abe Thompson a farmer and daugh ter were drowned in Barren river in the Southern part of Barren county They had crossed the river to borrow a wagon and on their return did not no lice that there had been a heavy rise in the river What makes that goat shiver so- Ho ate a lot of sleighbells the other day nd every time he moves bey jingle aid he thinks its wlnterDeaver- inIs Put it proper father to address strangers in the street 1 Father Only on election day and during earthquakes Life I wonder why ho married her Her father is a minister and he did not have to pay any ie E W Gainea Bought of John Livings ton and H D Baughmanfour Hereford calves at2G It is estimated that American tour ists spent 40000000 in Europe last summer Good Business for Sale rt nnd cpnrntl stock of- cluuidlsua1COatWilt nifr Mllnt once null give possession Jan bit or monor For further write or come to are me Ky Good Farm For Sale1 lllocrofoi Hlistriam llu Urn IJilslttMlwtlBu n Unlwrliowlf4 mlly trout nu tonvllle Ky Utoultlvatlun hUlK or t OoutI 011 nun Jerofea two Ibr r took Ixiriit cow Iru wltll futtr sIHIDOrt nIte mrjnuu- well wnlernl with plenty neve talllim a olitein at tne hun Oil twill ui nuifiiif wilier in and aiouiul tile mm nl but brncall on C T lk- I1ebnumlryote J I CTjiOUON GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU- Why buy readTmtuU clothing when tliero t to little illfUivtu1 In tlie prier of ready made sulln and suit inad to your mmtsure taken by An rxprb iictti taller ha ve it mi itoiuo MIIKO FIrind tlInt ooi Jan iniike iroiu low Uuine tint to Ihu flnettre Mill AlMiOvrreiMtti ter and Fancy Wnt Tho company I rep resent is lecond to none HC HVPI Thr TAilor stnnford Ky DEAD GAME nnoInt1 If you will l rln your dune Hal to rile and lot me put them In rtrstcltiM condition navy lied W years XfMrlell In that uukliifM I pui new huiuliv en Razor Blades Forrols on Walking Canes and ReIpair Umbrellas Inke n rperlnlty of attti1t klads of bvto all kial01 looks uU1t ndl UII bicycles nnd kyplntoaknilklndof bicy chI repair ltVv UII trial will bo tntlitlnl CUUIBMAY- WON Third St Danville Ky PUBLIC SALE I We administrators of ANtUR 1aojiy oi Uecwisfd win offer nt piU ti IK 0 at l e form sllunied on MnrUuV OM iat mlltt rout tldltott Ciuoy tiiiy K 01 BATUIIUAY OCT 11 Wit t jo ollowmgpersonal prone ty rti K jlt nice gelding 1OIIIa to ye s out 9 Jen net yen old KHI oi alleivont at- erelt n toutlt u po mil u nice hug nit eiaoCorn a0urlesato be inwuur olntgHtliu la t tie thrilling liiiplenuinu cor tlag o too e wagons prtnr wagon tr u ns plows iloublo KhoveU com bnutl mower l set of ulacktinlth tool I coii Retie s vultlns boxes 2 ronil cniti keluio w uon nod pole piiitfiirm oche tot s0veu iurnen iloublv ba el hoIIIGcIJIlelwllting rlitu W crllMf liil i i ti2 rllle and imioy oi er Kiiiclek M Lo iipiement line A ho tie eotiiB tock oUv good glut and ie rwOlt u pml wleboot end liiHiolotli j liulu ond oopk nloie llxturvi such nt fciow cn i oil tnnkii nenle and all iiilntii found 1111 vcneral lore Hale will Iwgln nt oclock H Auction of tore good will COI II lie oery Hnturtluv Eton due tilt Loo U are till told Lunch will be cud on iUu ground Huoit THOMPSON AJ W GAUIM ON AdmraOf AulIn Thumplon Uee PUBLIC SALE AaudmlnUtrntor of Joseph Coffey I will Itll nt publlo outcry ut Silt lute home lit More land beginning ut 9 JJ A M on FIIIDAY OCT S3 JW7 Tllu followIng decrllJt property IIIMrOKI work mule good brood mure yeurn old nnd In foul to lack pair 4yeurolil work mule 18 h and good workers 6 yearold work hurt la hand high woiki well 5yenr old Kumlly Home work any where or loyenrold Hinlly find work hone I goal boar and several brood- OWIl6t11CtfoundlntlleOIHapoUl1lt cut Uiles of Timothy 111GO bulen of wheat ttrnw o mniw Iniilieli of clean or chard grass 11 rublxr tlreil IIIIUKV good an now new Imcklxmrd rood nut i liorst 2 ads 2 good hny rllmetil Lightning hay prex turnlnif hovel plow 2 IreIs1ilIothtnglinrrow Interenl In IVeerIng Hinder good nn now I brand new cutting box never been uIr seer of bUll gy harness 2 teti of wagon liirinM I pair o stock mle huddle std mnnv other thlngii too tedlou to mention Tenit made kllow oil Uuy ot adu T Kngilsli Aurr HAXDOIPII UoPKrr Adiur Joe toT y MoriuuilK of UDUAEBlue I Stock Implements Etc Etc On account of Ill bcultli I have decided to IUU my arm on- TIIULtHUAyOUT 17 coiuUUng of ys7 acres of land ltuatc l on tlie Hoiionut pike three mllua from Htun lord Jr mile Horn a new nchoolhonse und ono illIO Out u union church The dwell hilt L ciclr located on an elevated wlob u hew of two pike and railroad mid cont ik 9 rooms with huh rche etc cliivnni kltcliea door and a neverlulling well loot muggy house com hoiioo uiul iun house kplunaldcoiicretucellnr with Ice house cola itoruge house com bined One of the Iwgt humus In the county vmtcr olped through It three lloiyk muu iiiuii oiurKekiied nine ktalli room fer more tuin Upend of large cullle uiul 1U nhuep uiiuli holies nnd iiogx Tiie lund U under u hiini ktule ot cuiuvation with ereJ ponui had kprluga iuniilng through Tweiityiiveoorealn wheut und the rent In lid ruu In fact out of the Thin most countybouttrncti with it nicies cr Improvement In onunnJ bi iiiiea uuniJotU lund In other track Apalrot JCimnd 1yiiirolil maro mile hOIlIlllrllllugImlI Itn Ill Iout toijut note of aleTHURSDAY hoT 1- 7AUo 40odd cattle Iiwlura nnd ycnrllng Tliero Unpulr of stock good onnow too pluce 1oaesslun fun l ivy T IKukllliAucr J K LYNN Hlanford Ky Mo charge for examination or cl nUllcnl ly tvating eyes to dnte tliothals Iro kcrlptlonglasseii ground to order sot In IIn itylu frnmo or tkeietou mountlniti work alit material f charges moilerntu 1rmnlltlIthlolllltclllI- CllIlrut Telephone llulldltiR Ky I l1 IHVKIUi- rnilimteU Uptometrynt FOR SALE I If nutiold privately boforo rand I will on MOXUAYOOT U1DM7 county court day otTer for nlo In front of the court louso door III rolltlenc IlIlIlIttf1 on Ikigiin Avunuu in Htiinfonl K fhll u of the brat built frame building In the town x rooms und two good eel tan Tbhousvlinsalendldrvpnlrrm nt 17 covered Jud patnhrlt goal cllurn nt tine door aid a large on the lftJmh- 10rmllll1dll known on day ot sale J B 0V8UiYJU Joseph 3244 Vol I Is pure l re l nod has IHP n accepted for NIt istry In the ant volume of the AmorloHii Tnmwortb Hxvlne lt onl Association Hook under iiiruleuf theatlclntlti uud be No sal nsiiimw Hire No dam Alexandra No min Hire of Hirst In r unit llruie No Jdam of HtntOHmullan Nellie Sire of dual Kntuck 0 1708 tnmNo3U11 of dam loklvn DUVI It U well ullIlwortll uulna l In- hhbt known tltnt tIe swine on the market tlrs Httward wlght ijt ut t ors old jgia for tldlr I1u Ihllll Alxand ragweIRht Ior tl5Hlt IIIWeight MtH1 U meltil erone well with every breed I w nd him nUIII JOhIN00 HiunCoril Ky Sale for Taxes I On MONOIY OT Iliwr1 IwUwtl- aI tq hrN her the ruowlog trusts or Hal IJ IIrlllt No n id 45 II title- eke to lime tufura the eoun IlIJtwleC1I ttnniord Lincoln county by lid t r x uulttek KO neres RbI Itiill heir KUcrus llnrinnnMiepby 1 HI uacresJolinsuuliarSu were J K Hktdmoni inures Nannie Young inW A Mollargue S IS wllcruJol1l1rrlN IN Irt- t w ncr s James acr Mrs Itlehitrdton S K+ m Flint U house unit lot In Kings I M lot millet oolonglng to Inc MrCormlck t 71 W M MUltlHY lllttrletcollecioi IrOSTEDe Wwhoe name nppear below trlcttl forbhllllllUIIIIlhhlll ur kind of tr- lUnlllll On our safe nOd will protteute tutor to the full extent of the hew Krtil VonOruenlgnn llelobenbuoh Jlros KreUVonAIImnn A VonUruenlgun Kretl llnuinnnn Ueorgliuhurr K Kolelienbuah Jo Itnllou A U Dunn MJHofmann Uhrls Jacob M U Klmore Utivld tttephenn MaryHoiIinnnn U Nunnelley J W tnrlstlnu Unton J n Uar enter Jacob Ham liameron lJAshlock OOCJoverMrs Krvtl Handorf MrsMlVndlcton L uonller J Nevln Carter Inter llnlmur J II UlIIenhch W It Dougherty tlIruCtlJJ1nk KurnurrJ Ander onUnrr Hpratt JIInOVtlr IV K Amon JW Teak UK Murtlu Iener luxtou V1ltault W P Martin Hamuel Lindsay 1lOonller Muses Iterry- AlexCotter Mrs Mary Sir WlIlUJr Wnrren Sirs tlllI Wnlte on UFO Tlnsluy HptIOlilunoroI mCarter lien 1larlln M K Iawrence Keuben TurtU jH Hooker J M Ueltus TA Klcc Notice of Election I llegular term Lincoln county fiscal court IIrnu prvildhUId ut tllUtaufnlowing JusticeswhitIIIg lolIco toII WO J A ludder- IIr W I J1udderllr had u It Adllllli utotedliy Justice WMIudderarIt was IIl1d tCOlllht by Justice W D Wllliln thllt- Ihe following action lei taken by lilts court of Lincoln county lit Ita- tebruory lne IIrIIII jury term 1116 of the lhlcoln cIrcuIt hll11I1I reconhiteuded a hew court mUseforLlncolnCounty It appearing court that tin court to the leuu now In use is unsafe timid loud for the public CUIIIIIIOCII and errsIIUIIIII 01 the Kecord It Is enter ed aid ndiudged that the sum of thirtylive thounnd IIulJIIUIIo lUIII us time amt lIeeellr to build new court house IIl1d ortlefltl trlllt Ilu election lit IUrIrII Is htld and n opened lit the several Vot11- Icclncts to Lincoln County on Tuesday November the of the next general nt which the approprlntluu ubo Vcvtu suggested shall be submitted legit voters Lincoln county for their iiprovnl or rejection ThvHherlff of Lincoln county Is directed advertise said election for nt teat thirtyto In the Indays text before thednythereof tile newapnv- lbllahedlnliuculucounty mind lime oiIi ceriofsald election urn recur tu hold tile between tie IIlme Imonn tllllt required to hold ttctiollrorcoulII- Y arethey unlcera election bu bvld aid mducted all rtMplCU us required IIy thll- Kenerlll election lawluforce III Ibis titulu at the the Mime Is held no Clerk of the Lincoln county court bllll cause to bu printed on the Olllllullllll- loti 10 be Usld In stud election the word- ilgurel Are you In furor of nn nllro- prlllllull of IiIUJ fur bulhllllg new tourt uII1 hnvu two110111 ur Llucoln OOllntf th6 of rlllht saneone fur crluvoring the IIIJltolrlullon to dr uteri by time word Ye one for tera time upproprlatlon to le deal6oppoUIg stdd ClerkwordlIated by shllll said ballots In nil oilier reo tsar required hy Hodson lIW or lbe Kentucky Htntues In the event tile rccjuslto nunilwr of legal of Lincoln county 010 In favor of appropriation It U ordered that this Jour cause of Lincoln county to the ninouiit of to Iw prepared execut nnd tallied on printed lame the elllul time comity to signed by thoOoun or Lincoln OOllllty Uourt anti ntersigned by the Clerk of salt Court Llucoln County Nnhuh to bearer nt Dank of Stanford Kentucky which shall not relltcr rate of litter IhYuVdi Llncolu four rcntllllynbI661111nnllnl County Htllllford tad riterest eOlllonl shdl be nt tnclied to sold bonds signed by the Clerk of Court said lands shal- lsuedluthreoerlestowituUe HerieA- vs rl IA Hurl tvn tliouannd dollnra of snld IKllld- Mhllll hruclll cUIIllt oftwclllY bond for the Mum of W emteh and sundered ono to tWtlIty rl n COIIIIIIIII of tn thollllllld dollar iIillK ndklmll consist of twenty bonds of IIIIII numUred from to iSiind HerlesUumhrncrigtlfteeu thounMht ofofdollarIIlId thirty lands of 151 cacti mud numberc1 Thlioniu 140 to iO iiibnicotIln Herlen A alnll- nhrrnnbuill the plClllurO r the Court hI the dote ofafter seven year fromIn ami and hllil duo nod pnynblo theIr 1lle ten yfM froiii sakidittouudthebaudenu- cd Herlo H shu 1110 Court on nod mwr ten- piiyablouftfteenfyeorefiuiii the t1elnlii U hllll IJ redeom Mule lit lime plllllllro of time Oourl on end after Illteen year front the date of their Iwuo niul duo payable said dateenty euu front the A copy IItClt GKOi ncoOPJniOIerk By K D 1ennliitfton D O SEE THEMThey are Perfect Paintings Those Beau Ittiful Brown Grey and Black Suits No bet ter Tailoring no better Styles can be pro ducedt10 15 1750 and 2000 I H J McROBERTSI 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 iti For sale by GEO II FARRI8 Stanford Ky i Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat I Try It Only 25 Cents 11 STANFORD DRUG CO 1 I 1tt Kimona Materials Wo have just placed on fnlo n wido range of patterns nod prices in male rinls for Kimoims 16 Patterns In Flnuuollotto ut lOc G Pntterns in Prunella Cloth at ICo 10 Patlorns in Fleece Downs at ICo 2 Peifian Cliallica nt 30c This k by fur tho prettiest lino we have ever shown 1 STAXFOIID KY OCT 11 HIOj WHEN you want to mako your solecI llott from largest and most uplo date line of post cards RO to Penny Drug Storo n L PERSONALS 7Bon to tho wire of Mr J A Rico a ton MR J ft POWELL was at Londo t his week MR IL GDBNNV Is at homo rrom I California VIM Limn DAVIBON it with Louis villo friends Miss LUCY SIMPSON visited Danvlll relatives this week Miss M AH i HA WIIBN who has bean Il for ammo tlmo is improving Mn ALFRED PENce spent a few day h Lexington attending the Lots MISSES JENNIE WIICIIEH and EVil Goodo arc in Lexington with friends A LITTLE daughter has arrived nt tho homo of Mr and Mrs E T Dooioy A UTTLE daughter has arrived at the home of Mr and Mi a George 1anonii MR GEORGE G SPEAR of La unco burr was hero with i twi Wotnos dayMiss MATTie SACRAY spent scvora daya with Min Maggie Sac ray 11 Dan villa MESDAMES W B OOANNON and W A Canon visited Lancaster friend I Wednesday I Mn R C PERCCPULL Route Agent fur the Adams Express Co was here Wcdnetday MR F S McCuuiY spent sovera days In Cincinnati buying goods ror I Cummins McClary LITTLE VIRGINIA LUTES of DIM ton tulle is with her land parenle Mr od Mrs Levi Mvcn CArr B F POWELL nd wife or LIncoln are vlsltir relatives in this county Adalr Now MR Joe S RICE Is spending several i i days in Louisville and at hit wlfoi mothers at CAve City MESDAMES V B MORIn and J II Reid of Hustonvllle spent Tuesday with Mr Juno II Reid MRS R I HUMliLK who has beet with her daughter Mrs J R Powell went up to London Tuesday to visit k relativesTHE LYON daughtcrsof Mr t Mrs C V Lyon of tho West End 1have matriculated at Campbell Hager man College MR R C SAUFLEY son of Mrs J i tiS J sent tcC McClary orders his I t Luke Valley New Mexico where he has located for bin health Miss BESSIE CARSON granddaughtei of Mr J W Carson of tho Tu Here villa section loft Tuesday for Rutkin Cave College Ruskin Tenn MRS W H SMITH of the East End is ill with typhoid fovor Her daugh ter Miss Bessie Smith has just recovered from n severe attack of fever MR A G EABTMND and daughter I Mi s Addio Eastland spent yoitcrday n Dznvillo with Mr Eaitlnnda mother M rs E S Eastland Courier Joulal NEWS comes that a daughter has arrived to bless tho union of Mr and Mrs Horace Bownan of Louisville She has been christened Mary Withers Bow LmanTim editor of this paper loft yester day to attend a family reunion at his sitters near Richmond Va Ho will rotun Tuesday or Wednesday of next week PLEASE send my paper to this place whore I will bo for somo weeks I must read tho Stanford paper It writes Mr J E Farris of Danville from Doming N M LOCALS rRINK tonight ICQ NEW skirts at Severance SonsPIANO +C andforsalo This once CLOAK and suit utSeverance Sons FOR RENT Mrs Wallaces property on Danville street apply to L R Hughes Stanford Ky You arc invited tomeetII J Heinz Cos representative at W H Hs gins store next Saturday 2t r 1 COCKERELSI have about 30 Black Minorca Brown Leghorn and Burred Rock cockerels for sale also about two dozen hens Ed Hubbard Stanford ATTEND the rink tonight NEW Belts and nVeiling at Sal crnnco Sons MR M D improving his business block with n coat of paint Sets tho now Caracal Broadroil Plus and Velvet Coats at Severance Sons ArFoil SALRsA squr ro Hazolton DrolIpiano Good one Mm Mary I Burcht chop at my old atan In Rowland for this month only Frankt Cord lor Rowland St Jimr rccleved a large line of stove and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton Tun splendid farm ofbit J B Lynn will bo sold at pube auction Fr day Oct 17 See ad It Gov HKCKII V will sptrak at LallI CItor at 1 oclock Oct 22 and at Dan vIIIat the samo hal Oct 23 SOME good work being on th1 streets to the credit of Mayor A B Florence and tho council bolt said FOR ice cold soft drinks staple and fancy grocoiies fruits crndies etc call on V B Morse Jr Hustonvillc AT the request of a number of 10vo18I of tho Innocent sport tho rink will bo open tonlfiht from 7 to 10 oclock You are invited BEAR in thatMr J S Owsley will soil his hrndsomo homo on Logan Avenuo at auction next cots ity coat 111tPRor M 0 WIN ItY had a Rood crowd at Crab Orchard and ho made an excellent speech Ho is in high feather over democratic succouIWE have added a clothes cleaning de partment in tho rear of our barbershop and will do your work with neatness and dispatch Cook Farmer Tile Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and Is hebest time to get your work done before the Christmas rush 21G East Lexington St with Mrs Anderson Martha A Kendrick Dmville DR W WATKLNSofof Williams burg has bought of Mrs Minnie Meredith her farm of 2S3 acres In tho Haiti Gap section for C000 Tho doctors ton will live on the farm FOR RENT Storeroom in lively Central Kentucky town Especially adapted for restaurant but good for any kind of merchandise business Living rooms above Apply or write to this die Tire Junction City coalman drove to Perry villo Sat day to supply the merchants When ho arrived and start ed to servo a customer ho realized that he had forgotten to fill the tank Advocato FINE FARM FOU SALEI have a plendid farm of about 200 acres for salo It is well improved watered cnccd and all necessary outbuildings Lpply to J A Rice Moreland Ky R 1 D No1 SrAau1NOWhen in Danville call and seo my patterns in all the new em roldcry also a full line of floss will take pleasure in showing them to you Mrs Eflio Bruce Drake West Lexington St Phone 93 MONDAY is county court day thd last ono before tho election and a big crowd Is likely to be here lion Ben Johnson Congressman from the Fourth district will address the democrats and others at tho cojrthouso at 130 In tho ftanoon Ilzar him Tire biggest public sale that has been held In Casey county in years will bo that tomorrow Satvday of Messrs ugh Thompson and J W Garrison idministrators of Austin Thompson Seo advert isement in another column what will be disposed of Tim anonymous letter writer who Is Iways a coward is getting in his dirty rotk just now This office has reedy ed two such communications in tho past aw days and if a stop is not put to the business wo shall turn tho letters over to the postal authorities and lot them do the rest A FLYING TRIPTo tho great Dry Goods Markets has put our stock in excellent shape We havondded new Suits new Cloaks Skirts Light Weight Jackets Waist iogs Drofs Good Percales Ginghams Etc An Early Visit MoflU greater variety to select from and prices lower than they can possibly bo Intor ns everything is on the jump and n great scarcity already exists Let show you you are under no obligations to buy We know our stylos nro right and prices arc consistent with quality SEVERANCE SON STANFORD pricesSTAUrINONow SIECIAL prices in Outing Cloth at Severance Sons Go to the Minos VanDeveer for sty isle and uptodate millinery WK only charge 26e to post farms but cash mutt always accompany the order THE L ttdllsolesroundtrip tick to tho Lexington trots beginning today till Oat 18 Inclusive at 92 LOST between Dr Carpenters nnd AMph Hotel a gold bracelet four leaf clover Sunday Please return to this office MR W H SllANKfl democratic mm Ines for Representative Is beating the tiMhw for votes sad the report corns fiat he is g ttinc them Rev J L YANOLB to spending his idle moments improving tho appoe ancoof ih hai mentof the Preabyt rian church tie to an expert with UIO hammer and brush I WILL have my stagyping patterns in Severance Sons store New patterns and flosses will arrive in a fw days and you are invited to call and tee them Have your towels sheets and pillow cases stamped now for Christ mas Miss Maggie Bright I OR one of my deputies will bo at tho following places to collect tax Waynosburg Friday Oct 18 Kings vlllo Saturday Oct 19 McKinney Wednesday Oct 23 Morebnd Thursday Oct 21 Hustonville Saturday Oct 26 Remember the penalty is added now Nov 1st Dont let it catchI you T J Hill sheriff YOUNG men and ladies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under the new 8 hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional telegraphers are required by tho Rail roads in tho United States positions pay from tGO 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 OhioSHONOR ROLL for the first month of Stanford Graded School Requirement 1st An average of more than 90 percent 2nd Neither absent nor tardy during the month except in case of sickness 3rd Attendance for 1C days Grade 1 Hester Belle Anderson Eloise Beazley Mary Brackett Elizabeth Coffey Tilden Cooper Bailey Dawea Sabra Estes Rachel John Reid McKinney Virgil Moore Gabe Rancy Sadie Walls Annette Wearcn Grade 2 Nancy McKinney Bessie Miller Leo Mershon Jessie Leo Phil lips Clarence Singleton Claiborne Walton Grade 3 Malay Grimes Nellie W Lull Lottie W McKinney Hartwcll d Prescott Brown Frances Brackett Bessie Brackett Ebbie Cot fey Hurry Farmer Tillio Goldstein Elizabeth Hunn Ruth Harditi Elizabeth Holtzclaw Henry Messer Bessie Moore Bessie Pendleton Eva Rankin Isabel Reynolds James Tribble Ray mond Traylor Efllo Wall W C White Grade 5 Efllo Baughman Josephine Carpenter Mary Boone Mary S Cook Docia Hardin Anna D McRogerts Mary M Raney Verner Rout Mamio Singleton Gertrude Wilkinson Bessie Wilkinson Willie Wilkinson Bettie IVarren Fred Brackett Ulmont Ends Ewalt Givens Boyco Hunn James llerrin John T McAlister Joo Mac lowland James Owsley Frank Phillips Lindsay Rankin Hobart White Grado G Arthur Turner Lena Tray lor Marion Grimes Hattie Walls Catherine Gentry Nancy Yeagcr Wm runes Grace Young Ben Boone Ruby Jones Mannio Mobley Gradp 7 Arnold Foreman Harris lardin Hany Rcinhart Anna Chancellor Katie Cass Zula Eads Kittio Jones Kato Kennedy Virginia Moho ny Mary E McKinney Lillian Mueller Lucy Leo Walton Marietta Wallace 21la Warren Grade 8 Maranda White John M Vatere Maud Stone Willie Moore innlo L Genry Elizabeth Estes Margaret Coffey Movrison Bright Katie vndo ton Fre hjien Joseph Hopper Wallace s ingle1 on Sophomore Thomas Bright Grady ucker Junior Berta Jean Penny Walter ingleton Margaret Warren Senior John Downer Orestus Floyd t rwATCII out for tho hIsad of A B Robertson A Bro the Danvlllo dry goods men next iuue TilE county meeting wI be held a Crab Orehed Saturday Oc 19 Program nest tssue P W Carter chair man TUB tellable Fayette count nurserymen make their Fall announce meat In todiys INTERIOR JOURNAL Those who patronize them do so with absolute assurance of fair dealing TUB magnificent concrete buildIng the Mavens are putting up at Crab Orchard Is neoring completion Tho low cr floor will bo used for n store and tho second for a lodge room J R Edmis ton has begun the foundation for a bus noee house adjoining tho Masonic balldng A SPECIAL from Chicago r mounces that Louisville may lose its chief exponent of expression and the foe art In tho person of Mrs J Morgan Bruce The Cock run School of Expression has offered the local artists splendid induce mont to assume direction of tho ad vanced work for that school Mrs B ace is a woman of charming person ality and grat versaility She has made an eminent success in every line of her work Her removal to another city at this time would be greatly regretted in artistic circles Times Ms Bruce waa the handsome Miss Belle Tyree of this place A Attack on an inoffensive citizen is frequently made In that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its generally tho result of protracted constipation following liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver prevent appendicitis and estab lish regular habits of the bowels 2oc at Pennys Drug Store TINNING PLUMBING REPAIR SHOP h t ullln11I tliiiiir and i luml lng re it h in tue old IVtoi Hinuib stuns an- tespectdllyaskuslaio ol your mtroll p oniliin sttllrsetorv work nt reiuoimb Ikes KlOrKKNHtunfinl FOR SALE Fiftysix ncrei of Hlue Grnns Innd In Lin coln county oitthu Hliulby lUty and URn llo A Htantonl short tins about acres In tine locust lasts and U at present In cultivation U n line tract of Inns tint Siry ilfilrabltf for a siimll farm Call on or address W M UAWOM Junction City Ky FARM FOR RENT I A a ile1 Uoylo county hunt of vi ncrei II line itoc iVtti ami n pleuivnt wlilcb tau IMoeII nt TSoiiiblt prices Umd hit prothte l pounds of hemp art liisli ci oi wbvu wdmate of corn iwr act1- 1vNt klenro Ill nil oiuliulldiugi In ex cvlint rp 11alerinevcrypnsture Nom in I iotu Diiuvlu Oali rent Apply nt Ul olllco Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shrubs Gapo Vines Asparagus Evcrythog for Orchard Lawn nnd Garden We employ no gents Cat Rogue on nppliMtion II P IJiLLENMKYKn SON- SLexington Ky skating Rink- ToNight Waltons MflPffl DOOb open nt 730 oclock Skates galore Como nUll enjoy yourself while it is cool and nice Stanford Rink Club A Light Weight Jacket Is a necessity in every ladys wardrobe There ore more days when n light weight wrap is needed than there arc when a heavy one is demanded A fortunate purchase of a lino of manufacturers samples onablo us to offer a choico lino of these Jackets at about ono hnlf the regular price They will cost you 8250 to S 550 In Tan Brown Navy Black and Fancies Como earlyus wo have only about 30 of theeo and at the price they will not lost long Main and 1 S SOur Underskirts 150 to 250 Fall and Winter See 50c and Belts a heavy line t of you Jj I Opera Shoes Court House f ItI PerkinsSouth sl I Never such care inP3 buying season We have manufactur ers in the wearing quali ties they We have a x large stock Mens Ladies and all sizes We would call co our line of heavy Stronger Honest Mike Are two wear Remem ber them Shoes W JS Crab OtchardI The Lid I The Lid The Lid It is oft on prices at the Emporium at Huston iJler areprice fighters Your tl Lid Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected the cream of the market for you Como and bo convinced in this line We uudencll everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select ulna suit all We carry a general lino Clothing Hoots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If OU Intro never worn a pair of Shoes I dont wonder that you have been so disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our Fall nUll Winter stock is now full and complete Cone nod 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 t Until You Blow It Out oirasa ds Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky l i The Interior Journal Entered in the Port Office al Stanford at ttaondclau matte- rrunwauED TUEHOAYS AND JPIIIDATJ 4T 500 PER YEAR CAS W 7hen not to pMd StOO will be charged L N TIME TKBLE Kol Mouth llil PM NoI South 1130 r NoX4North4U5JA No22North2T P X JOS S RICE Agon Jesse W Sweeney t rnOPBIETOB Livory Food and Salo Static Lanoaster K- yNOTICEAny one needing n Union Jack and Ire Stretcher can lene their order with T D Newland at Stanford He hoe onu he will lii 1tbelallloD T NOTICE I ntplanspringssituated6usllesHoutof h and on McKlnney t exc Hunday lIl11alUmsob and Bowel specialty at reatonnble rates For particu lays and terms address K M RIMS Pror nyFln Box 32 Hustonvllle Ky BeD CARTER Now Livery Depot StreetPhone 96- 5TANFOeDKENTUCK A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store i the Owsley Building The FisherHotel Sped richer Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Street between Springs eu town 4 mile from Halt Hulphur sau distance from Brown Hprlngs ld ta ble nod cool comfortable rooms itatesl- px week INSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndRtorlllLife and Accident the and BEST Companies RepresentedPaying Pos ilble Rates Kec rdUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm coil ning 20 acres of rich Blue Grass land Thw land is hoe hemp and tobacco land uade last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine room halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is vrel watered with never failing sprigs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date place and will be told at a bargain ifI sold within the next 60 days j cash bal ance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to this farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky J Ce McClary Undo atet Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone Home Phone 35 J L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange I urn u o all Kinds of ltlJIr Gve Them a Call Prices Righ STANFORD KENTUCKY I I FARMERS DEPARTMENT J D Eads soldt D Holtzclav El 1032pound cattle at 41c WANTED60 carloads of good ti tthy hay S W Burke Junction City Ky IFOR SALE18 or 20 75 to 100poum ReynoldIfIFoR SALE37 good grade 600 to 700 pound cable L R Nunnolley R F D Lau Stet- Germany produces more honey tits any oGer European country furnishIng 20000 oas annually The Burloy Tobacco Society voted U locate the warehouse for the storage of simples at Winchester B G Foz of Danville bought 115 mule in Harrodsburjt Monday at price ranging from 10 to 03 FOR SALE31 calves good stock L P Nunnelley R F D Lancaster or II C Ingram Pulaski Ky 1Genry Myers liverymen bought Burge of the West End a livery horse Red Leaf for 125 Lutes Lynnhave received from LoiivWe a lot pf feeding cattle wbch they will have on the market Monday IlIenry Alth ler bought from differ pa ies 27 mules and one horse Newsff oxen hogs Call and see them T B lIam monds Stanford ICaptain T D English reports jennets of T J Springfied Tuesday was a good one The Jmals brought owing to old age from 135 to fIJO Advocate FOR SALE First class two year old Jersey bull noted milk family Yearling Aberdeen Angus bull thoroughbred Durocs Both sexes Junction City Exchange No 82 rings 5L A Certain Cure for Croup Used for Ten Years without a Failure Mr W C Boot a Star City Ind hardware merchant is enthusiastic In his praise of Chamberlains Cough Remedy His children have all been- I subject to croup and ho has used this remedy for the past 10 years and though they much feared the croup his wife and ho always felt safe upon retiring when abottle of ChamberlaIn Cough Remedy was In the His oldest child was subject to acre attacks of croup but this remedy never failed to effect a speedy cue He has recommended It to friends and neighbors and all who have used It say that It Is unequaled for stead and whooping cough For sale by all druggists Among bees in the Isle of Wight a singular disease has been spreading It assumes the form of a kind of par alysis and up to the present all efforts to combat the malady have been use less It is believed that the bees will be extinct in the island within another year unless a remedy be quickly found Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33 Years I have been afllicted with sore eye for 33 ears Thirteen years ago I be came totally blind and was blind for six years My eyes were badly IoU am ed One of my neighbors insisted up on my trying Chamberlains Salve and gave me halt a box of it To m surprise it healed my eyes and my sight came back to moP C Earls Cynthiana Ky Chamberlains Salve is for sale by all druggists At a meeting ofSaLeCommittee of the United Daughters of the Confederacy held at Lexlnf on it was decided o recommend to the State Convention liat pn equfirian statue to cost 315000 be erecicd to the mem ory of Gen John H Morgan Qulnsey Sprains and Swel lings Cured In November 1001 I caught cold and had the quinsy My throat was swollen so I could hardly breathe I applied Chamberlains Pain Balm and It gave me relief in a short time In two days I was alright says Mrs L Cousins Otterburn Mich Cham berlains Pain Balm is a liniment an- is especially valuable for sprains and swellings For sale by all druggists Secretary Taft was tendered a rece tion at Shanghai in which women took part for the first Imo in Chinas histo y He was ulso the guest of honor a a banquet given by the members of th American colony He delivered an ad dress of some length 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 Arhic- Salve Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing Intljenco Guaranteed by Penny the druggist 25c II 140 Lexington and return via Queen CityKyaccount of Kentucky Trots For in formation ask Agents or write H C King G P A Lexington Ky Russia celebrates 86 general holidays each year s t Attention Please I t o f 11mdiets Wnyuesburs Ky It F II No I OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Wbl ell Mill Ytins peen too on o r od Ie n0- Itfine eond viior to Flora- Meal Ktr ti of i nO euo- lTUUOAV 4 lo the toll io ii Hi i wHs OitviOOuirU Kjr 50 Years An Agency5 The obi r iI Centrnlan tool llv P fj be foer 10Ihh1g but fintV Con jmnen Repre sent Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 2t STANFORD KY TRIBBIE PENCE Unclorlakora and Embalmersn STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Well Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge o he Undertaking Department TBIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 TRYro The Frankfort State Joraal The Democratic State Organ during the coming campaign sIt Will Keep You Posted- It will give you the laic t and most reliable notes every day toW P Walton Frankfurt Ky What to do in Dyspepsia Dieting has become a great fad in America and just as years ago we as a nation overate so now wo are wade- eating The one is as bad as the other Man needs food and plenty of it to sus tats life and to give strength to compete in this busy world It is not however the fact that you butdAnd It that results In dyspepsia you will not cure the trouble by coiling down your food sup ply If your digestive organs were creating tits diicaisPjuices This can only be done bra reliable tonic lora the and as lit name Indicates Ur Caldwells Ingredientst beteany of the accompanying symptoms such as heartburn sour stomach bloated stomachhlves pimples sallow complexion wind on the stom ach eta Every bottle carries with It an absolute guarantee to do what we claim It is a gen tie pleasant effective laxative and you will llko lSnctlonlOne remedy Is Harry F Keator A lieutenant In one of the Chi cago companies that fought at the battle of Santiago While In the wet trenches and eat contractedafriend In the regiment called his attention to pesbeganbuYotirdNSticselllxellTOUOihottlenCbOCent oral and you will end It worth a hundred tlmeo that to you FREE TEST InilIng can have a free amble bottle tent to their home by addressing the company This offer to prove that the remedy do at we claim and It only own to those who have never taken It Send for It If you have any symptom of stomach liver or bowel dlteate Gentlest oldfolkPUBLIC VERDICTINo Laxative So Good and Sure at DR CALDWELLS SYRUP Thlt product bears purity guarantee No 17 Washington D o PEPSIN SYRUP BO 118 Caldwell Bldg Montlosllo III NOTICE olI Twelve New Webber TwoOIorte a with gone and onE llior Weblxtr 11011 coinpleto Cheap for cuali Hru lime A JOIIIM McKinney Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GARl RARD COUNTY A tine loIf vsrsnip situ 1I new like rear Point Icnvell and six nucii south or LiMvttvi contnlnliiK sui acres tagwoutrw Jt vt Ailing tprlngt nml etIJl 0 l SiH uid ualunceo 0 r u to r noPYnt le bi ttrlng i or lino1o such place jleo II wnoR rc lw he to Walker Uin nl To i Irvrll or W O olkcr 9i 1v 01oCentral KentuckyI Real Estate Exchange do TITLE CO 11111111Irty Is near church analchool itousu 1s wen worth the price 114U No 2ltkitchs2nlfeHouth of C M 0 chnnlon tho 8tiitt road hits n twoio houtu Rood iNtrn orchard and lewv ml about hnnene of this limit h notoaNapa anal produce lino mops A bar at lfa41 K cash bnlnnee In out and two ytv No 3 Us acres on Uuk Ortek nearlVay lIebllrg froom hull oorll other out i ulldtnt plenty of water Cash price U W41NotIHaorM near Level nreen Jlock castle COUll Title Inrin has n new s story triune house would cost to build II- OJtlU goal hurt crib Ac locntnl nrchurch rind school Title li n nice home anal eon bo bought for jwr acre cash i rv nmludurtn l month No 313 sores adjoining the nliovv farms lr none in culthllIlOIl liwulllnuod room hood burn mid other outbuildings nice or oiianl One or thrlwtsringDithat coun ty Irlce JjOJ ImlfinU balance and r years No G acres adjoining farms Not land- S lincrra In cultivation balance In tun bar Gold white ok hickory nn1 tome tine cixliir lint 1story log huie nlldfUOd orcli ant well wuternl Diuh No7Siunonv near Jtiiretiburit Kyluacres In cultlvntlon good clwvllliiR house wmMrIch6nJ yi rush balance In ono and two years Nos211 acres near Conwny h1 nearly nil of title Inria U txitlom Into flue for corn nnd meadow v dwelling houtencw burn und other liulRlliiRi on county road miles fruits items College Oa h price ts ooNo0alncrea on Iirnkvs Creek 3 miles from Urab Orcbntd This rrlll ndjolns the pike anti Is n part of the lieu KVIIII fnrm This is nne land and In good condition all necessary buildings Is n bargain at pit IIOr note No 107s acres sitar Htnnford KyM In ahce shape with necessary lllllltCWit be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the above tnrun nee or write I It Hughes or J nines I White Htnnfurd Ky Notice of Election I term of the Lincoln county conrt hold Monday HvptWluTpretent Hon O Warren Judge preldliig In the niBttvr of the application of the cuizens of Klngsville n graded cbool At the last regular term of thllourtJheld AUIf12 lair u jxtlllon J Acton V Tllolllron Thor uuot 111u Vogue Wm- MrektlL JL WI Dye U und1tgJW W Walter ohnson E11 Urrtqh ton la M liagiturd SL n Iud Uoooh IIIIII Ill HwetneyT Haggard Wm Allen Olck Halter Bull H HlllltbfAMorris Wall George Leach urllhyWIns II Ahlngleton WMHInglelon T It rlllor c Trusty III M hooch Ohnrlny ChltfJcoeh IIrI I phy A Francis J A Hart lusts lleter it Chevoleltr lnh crt latch O I Murnliy Curie hoard leorge loooh A Hooch Win Itoberti stud J t Htull was lllrd In ojwn court Jlwfore It C Wnrrin judge of said court asking that Common Hchool District be cstubllitied with bounda ry as nt John II McKeen IncIudwl eel thence to Mrs Hnnih J Anntln place In elude thence to W ItoKue Included thence to J Wdooeh place Included thence toJM Murphy Included thence to the tIra plate ln ludel these to mile post No on the f N U A T 111 It thence to the old pester or llunterplnci Included thence to 01 Heimeley Included thence to l A Included thence to Hownrd Hwveney Included thence to J W Htull eirludde thence tot M Towers cxelUdeltbeneetoon thus O t T I It IL tlinue toJIptlipgrore place excluded thence to J Me KevH the lH glnnlng S And It iipK nrlni to the court that sill of the stilt iwtHluiif r Ire legal voter and ret llrolllNJtdtown of KIIlItIII lIown In the IIIIIO burg Magisterial t No and that the situ for the scliao Ihouse a the school house located In Klngsville 111110111J county Krl certified to Ile and sot rx ccedlnglng miles from any portion of tutu boundary of thin prodovd district An It further nppcarlng that a majority of the trustees In cnch of common chool districts embraced In wholu or In In mild Umded Common HchooldlatHct have soldtund have endorsed their content In writing upon said jwtltlon ant It further appear uIIlrllllelllIlItline connented to the estnbllshinunt of taw said proponed district and hue endorsed lib content In writing upon the mid jiutltlon us provided by law JlCtltlolllruplIndIncli ntly IIdld It Is ordered and a that TJ Hill NberllT IM und he Is hereby ordered suit directed 0 cause a poll to Io opine In tile town of Klngsville Ky and nn election to hu held there on the 2dth day of October Iwlng morn than dosafter the entry of this order to take tho sense of the legal whlto voters In mid pro posed Graded Common Hchool District whether there shall levied and collected ern annual tax of u cent on each liuu of property assessed In sold proposed Untried Common Hchool District belonging to tho white voters and corimrntlon for tlio pur pose of maintaining Graded Common In tho said proposcdOruded Common Hchool District and for the purpose of erecting sultnblu buildings th re orlIs pro vided the common school luw The oillcem of said election will cause the r stud legal voters In snit proposed district to tote for live 6 persons to trustees of snow trnvlilml said tax snail hu b the sold voters Thu onlcurs of election wlllmakudue return of the result of said electlou at once s A Copy Attest ISO i1J00IEIt Clerk fly K D Iennliigton D 0 IIlIrcbydelivered to me Cooper Clerk of thu Lincoln County Court wherefore I itnvr dlreotld canes to M pub lUhtHllntllO INTKIIIOH JOUIINAL II aullll wuiWy newspaper published In Lincoln county Kyt ant In cOIIIllIunc tliiTuwltli I will open the polls In KliiKSVlllo Ky In thu dhtwt above named on the dllY stud date n mid In urdu for the of Ink Ing tho olle or o votorao nlddfstrlcton the of stabllehinkaGrader Costs won Hchool In mid district Given under my hand th lith dRY of Boptainber 1W7 T J lB Hit Hherlfl of Lincoln County r II Try Our Pure Canada Sap The Original Maple Syrup Santee Sryup Bob White Syrup W H HIGGINI Il I Stanford KentuckyI I i ImFI rls The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Reliable Old Hickory Wagon Call and Seer0 E T PENCE STANFORD KY First National I BankStanford Ky I Capital Stock JSOOOOj Thltlnitltntlon w s originally established as the Deposit Rank at Stanford In ISIS thin reor anlled at the National Dank of Stanford in 1883 and again reorganised M the First National nark of Stanford la llll having had practically an uninter rupted existence Ills bettor supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than nnbefore In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer poratlons Solicited r Officers J1 HOOKER PreIT lUnitli V 11 McKOBEHTt Okr W II WEAHKNAttObri Directors V Reid Danville I T Harris Stanford J feeler Btanford S L Tanner UcKlnnsj U D Elmore Stanford II nanchman BUnford T P II11I Stanford JeRobinson HtthbU J U IlauKbman Stanford It J M Pettus Stanford o E Tate Stanford b Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KentucKy Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSI B Oivsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walker Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W II Traylor Gilberts Creek H L Hubhlo Lancaster W II Cummins Prcachcrsville L G Gooch Wayucsburg Ky NoticeFarmers Wo have buyers for Lincoln county real estate If you have a farm for sale write to us ACCOUNTS AND NOTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Reference Any Dank in Somerset Address Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky B8tJjooksllall Paper Paints Oils tnd Varnishes School Supplies Foor Finish is IIENULAC W B McRoberts DRUG CISJ e tSTANFORD I PEBSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded