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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IiVOL XXXVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 1907 KO 65 1 NEWS NOTES Centipedes are eaten In some parts of South America It Is estimated there uro 250000 dogs In Great Britain Mrs Casslo Chadwick died in the Ohio penitentiary at Columbus Harvard leads all American college in point of number of students D M Bridges of Carrollton WIlS elected grand master of tho Ktntuck Odd Fellows Richard Walters of Sharpslmrj I committed sulcido in Lexington by tak ing carbolic acid Petitions for an election on tho 11hlbillon question arc being circulate Ala- Mrs Mnlinda Cotter aged 100 Is dead at Elizabeth Ind She was n native of Kentucky Tho farmers Trust Banking and Deposit Company of Baltimore WIllS placed in the hands of receivers The defendants in tho Penns hunt Capitol graft cases will bo arralgnoi for trial at Harrisburg January 27 next Three men were killed and two oth era fatally injured by a falling derrick on a new railroad bridge near Cleveland O Whllo walking from tho dining room of his residence W W Field or Drooksvillc fell dead from heart dls easeGen Webb Syck shot and killed his wife a bride of two weeks and then killed himself In Falrvlew a suburb of Plkeville Among tho voters who have registered In the East Side Ghetto of New York Is Simon Harris who gave ht ago as 104 years t Mrs Mary C Breckinridgc widow or Gen John C Brecklnridge is dead at tho home of her daughter Mrs Ansot Maltby In New York Lewis Young a 17yearold Negro was hanged In St John Parish La lor criminally assaulting an aged white woman three weeks ago II B Howard a wealthy coal deal crof Hartwcll a suburb of Cincinnati was found dead In a coal shed Apparently he had been murdered I A special from New York says Gen J Franklin Bell Chief of stair of the Army a native of Shelbyvillo Ky is suffering from nervous breakdown One man was killed and tho steel steamer John W Moore was sunk in collision between tho Moore and the Queen City in tho Detroit river near DetroitC Bronston was too III to appeal in court at Lexington to answer to the charge of shooting preferred by Cow It Milward and tho case was passed until Thursday Threo trainmen wore killed and mud property damage was done by the cx t plosion of an engine of tho Central of Georgia which was standing near the a tatlon at Reynolds Ga J Tho State treasurer is mailing checks to the public school teachers amount ing In the aggregate to 337000 The that tho Republicans tried to circulate that payment would bo de erred Is therefore given a blackeye The tyMeeting The SemiAnnual County Meeting of tho Christian church of Lincoln county will bo held with tho Crab Orchard church on tho third Saturday in Octo I ber 19th All churches In the county are urged to send delegates Churches that did not pledge last May please bring altering 10 A u Devotional Exercise- s1016AddressGeorge D Verco Music 1040 Report of EvangelistJ G Livingston 1100 Address W G Montgomery i Music 1130 Report of churches l 1200Dinner 1 r M Devotional Exercises 116AddressF M Tinde- r140AddressHerbert Taylor Music 2 W F Daniels 220AddressJoseph Ballou Election of officers P W CARTER chmn How to Cure a Cold The question of how to cure a cold without unnecessary loss of tlmo is ono in which wo are all moro or less interested for the quicker a cold Is gotten rid of the loss the danger of pneumonia and other serious diseases Mr B W L Hall of Waverly Va has used Chamberlains Cough Rom edy for years and says I firmly be hove Chamberlains Cough Remedy to be absolutely tho best preparation on tho market for colds I have recom mended It to my friends and they all agree with mo For solo by all druggists B D Holtzclaw sold to John B Fos ter seven 800pound cattle at 4c S Foleys Kidney Cure will euro and case of kidney troublo that is not beyond medical aid Pennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Monroe Hickman an aged colored man was found dead in his back yard DanvilleAt Otis Mallcoat was sen tented to tho penitentiary for 21 yea for the murder of Clef Plgg nino years agoAlvin Adkins of Klrksvlllo and Miss Ethel Gastineau of llyattsvtllo dro to Danville and were married at tho Gllcher hotel The State convention of tho Daughters of tho Confederacy elected W W Talbott of Paris president nnd selected Bardstown as tho next place of meeting Engineer Will Lash of Lexington has brought suit fur 25000 damog against the Chesapeake Ohio rood Lash was badly injured in a wreck l1St December Tlio 100 For Lancaster has pur chased a building site from Romans Emioio for 1200 on which a hand some theater Hill bo erected The structure will cost 10000 President Chas F Grainger of tl Lcuinvillo Jockey Club has declared the Full races oft at that place on account of the threat of Sheriff Scott Bullitt to arrest all people found gambling A wise conclusion Mr Pres- Ident Grainger Your head is always levelAt London an altercation took place between Chief of Police E W More and City Tax Collector Robert Root at Bert Edwards restaurant which ro suited in a pistol duel in which both men were painfully but not nee cmrily fatally wounded Root i s shot through tho right thigh and left knee and Morcn is shot through the right thigh Both arc doing very well Trouble came up over a joke Out of Sight Out of night out of mind is a old saying which applies with speck forco to a sore burn or wound that been treated with Ducklcns Arhlc Salvo Its out of sight out of mind and out of existent Piles too And chilblains disappear under Its health influence Guaranteed by Penny th druggist 2a- CHURCH MATTERS Noury Karagozian will lecture at tho Rowland church Tuesday night at 731 Subject Marriage Customs of Turk and Armenians A protracted meeting will begin oIt tho Baptist church Monday 21st Th o pastor will bo assisted by his brother Rev J A Taylor of Shelbyville Tear All cordially Invited Afflicted with ore Eyes for 3 S Years- I have been aflllcted with sore eye s for 33 years Thirteen years ago I be jamo totally blind and was blind fo r six years My eyes were badly Inllani cd Ono of my neighbors Insisted upon my trying Chamberlains Salv sad gave mo half n box of U To ui surprise It healed my oyes and m sight came back to neeI C Earls 2ymhlana Ky Chamberlains Salvi III for sale by all druggist J II Thompson bought a lot of GOO pound heifers at 3c Ho also bought Jersey cow for 50 Hard Times In Kansas Tho old days of grasshoppers am Irouth are almost forgotten in tin irosporous Kansas of today al hough a citizen of Codell Earl Sham mrg has not yet forgotten a hard Imo he encountered Ho soysIfI was worn out and discouraged bj soughing night and day and could lad no relief till I tried Dr Ktngi STOW Discovery It took less than om bottle to completely euro mo Th lafost and most reliable cough and old cure and lung and throat healer iver discovered Guaranteed by Pon jys Drug Store f 0c and SI Ottlo free Ono woman who had tho idea that hens could bo fed cheaper and mado to- do us well tried the idea of putting holt sawdust in said hens feed They seemed to it and the woman tak proIportiondust Then she set a hen and in duo ourso of time all tho eggs hatched but imagine her surprise when sho camo to tako tho hen and her brood off- tho nestthree chicks had wooden legs and the balance wero woodpeckers Farmers Homo Journal I A Card This Is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If Foleys Honoy and Tar falls to euro your cough or cold It stops cough heals tho lungs and prevents urious results from a cold Cures la rippo coughs and prevents pneu lonla and consumption Contains no opiate Tho genuine is in a yellow ackago Rofuso substitutes Pen- nys Drug Store Vote For A New Court House The proposition tobuild a now court houso to bo submitted at tho ensuing election is of vital Importance to the people of Lincoln county Waiving all- s discussion of the antiquated nppear anco and lack of convenience and accommodations of tho present bUildings the fact remains that n number of skill cd architects and competent workme after careful examination have pro nounccd it unsafe and several Ilrand juries have condemned It as being unfit for use as well as dangerous It is 110 ble to fall at anytime especially when filled with people Surely no tax paycr would bo willing to havo one llerson killed for tho price of a new buildings much less a houso full On account or a lack of accommodation the fiscal court is now compelled to pay rent t or four of tho officers who should be locat ed In tho courthouse building The vaults aro so damp that the records oro rapidly becoming ruined and this result can not bo avoided Papers filed away only two years ago are damp and mile dewed Everyone knows the necessity of preserving these records They con tain our land titles the records of mar riagcs the settlements of guardia and administrators the results of litl Ration and so on The reports of tho Appellate Court show that there is no more fruitful source of litigation than where tho public records aro lost 1 has happened in many of the counties by fire The amount asked in tho appro rlation is practically no debt for Lin coIn county and considering the pre ent excessive teat of material is S3 Itie as would erect a respectable bulling Bonds for the amount can be cas fly floated at a low rate of interest on long time and finally paid without anyone musing the money The objection has been mode that if there should be a favorable vote on tho proposition tho amount would only start the building and ncccssitato the calling for add ional sums with which to finish lea Ing It doubtful as to tho ultimate cost This objection is untenable for ever dollar that goes into the building must bo obtained by a twothirds vote of the- o people and they can t control that mat terNearly every little mountain county In the State many of them not wort onetenth as much as this has a hand some court house building and Lincoln deserves one too Wo are In full accord with tho goo people of Lincoln county in their oppc- ition to a waste of tho public money but we are satisfied that when they become acquainted with the facts about tho court house which have been but mildly stated that they will not hes tato to vote for tho proposition Tho Court of Appeals reversed the judgment of the Fayette Circuit Court in the cases of tho Commonwealth against Moses Kaufman and Fred Lazarus in which tho lower court sue tamed a demurrer to indictments char ing appellees with having unlawfully and willfully performing the duties or an election officer in such way as tb hinder tho objects of the election law in the November 1906 election and remands tho cases to tho court belo for trial on tho indictments 11His Dear Old Mother liMy dear old mother who is now 83 years old thrives on Electric Dl Vera writes W B Brunson of Dub hn Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an oxcol lent appetite feels strong and sleep well Thats tho way Electric BU tom affect tho aged and the samohap py results follow In all cases of femal weakness and general debility Weak puny children too are greatl strengthened by them Guarantees also for stomach liver and kldno troubles by Penny tho druggist OOc 6 140 Lexington and return via Queer Crescent route from Junction City 1Ky Oct 818 good returning Oct 19tl account of Kentucky Trots For information ask Agents or write H C King G P A Lexington Ky No homo Is so pleasant regardless of tho comforts that money will buy as when tho entire family is in perfect hoalth A bottlo of Orlno Laxativi Fruit Syrup costs CO cents It will euro every member of the family of constipation sick headache or stom ach trouble Pennys Drugstore Im alright when thor aint no campaign fn sight but jest let me hear romp fool politician wi a hoarso voice rise an say My feller countrymen an I git to bo as big a crank as any of the balance of emUncle Remus Magazine 3They Make You Feel Good Tho pleasant purgative effect expor enced by all who use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and tho icalthy condition of the body and mind which thoy create makes one eel joyful Price 25 cents Samples reo at all druggists A B Robertson BroD- ANVILLE KY Our buyer has just returned from a special trip to New York made to secure a new sup ply of Suits Waists Cloaks and other Ready toWear Many of these new selections have arrived and more are coming every day and it will pay you to come to our store every day and see the new arrivals as they are opened We are showinga great variety of styles and lengths of Coats in order to give all fig ures a Suit becoming to their shape and alsolto avoid sameness We are offering a very desirable line of Suits in the most popular shapes of the sea son and made of genuine Broadcloths and fine Worsted and stripe Serges at 1850 We also offer a great range of newest shape Suits at 25 2750 and 30 Every desir able color and materialevery length of coat both tightfitingsemifitted and loose styles Remember that in our stockjlyouljsee the Cream only of all the good bad and indiffer ent Suits on the market We cater to the most particular trade only and our Suits must be rightIf want a real dressy Suit we show a great line from 35 to 75 Copies of latest t Paris styles at about 12 prices asked in the cities We can do this because we buy just as cheap as they do and our expenses are so much less You should see our line of Silk Raincoats These are very new and are having an im 0 mense run in all the fashion centers We have them in all colors and finest quality at 18 while the cities are asking 25 for same garmentsWe having an immense sale on Silk Petticoats because we are offering them as cheap as they were ever sold at any time We rt have one style at 5 made of 125 taffeta of which we have sold over 250 must be good Others in black brown navy uptoj10 One of the very newest lines received in Feather and Marabout Boasranging in price from 3 to 10 J Also Messaline and Crepe Scarfings inlmost exquisite designs and colorings atftvery rea sonable prices l We call attention to a special Shirt Waist made of finest Ecru net embroidered all over with the Swastika good luck cross and trim med with fine lace medallions all silk linedNand offered at 575 Many other desirable styles of Silk and Net Waistsvery attractive in styles and prices We have a complete Alteration room in our store where all alterations are made by expe rienced and skillful tailors under ourown su pervision This was made necessary by our greatly increased business in Readyto Wear garments and will be found a great convenience to our customers AaBe Robertson Bro- DANVILLE KY e The Interior Journal E C WALTON JOHN J MOSER Is acandjdat lor jets of subject to the action of the IJD1OCrlldc party I M BRUCE It n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln ooun subject to tho action of the lJel1loornUo partyI JAMES C HAYS oountleabJlot1 party IDC ALLEN Iin candidate for Assessor of Lincoln ooun ty subject to tbe action of the Deuiocn party TUB campaign waxeth warmer with each recurring day The firing of the small guns has been supplemented by that of the heavy artillery and many charges and counter charges of fraud and corruption are being made in the heat of debate Ills ExExcellem Gov Bradley has mounted the raging stump in defense of the republican administration while he was at the helm and it is appropriate that this task should be assigned to that astute crii nal lawyer for if that period of the States history can not be considered criminal it culminated in a series of crimes and misdemeanors that ruined the States reputation in the opinion of all rightthinking people The blast from Bradleys buglehorn fills several columns of the daily press and contains as many figures as a census report the main object of which is to prove that he is the greatest of living statesmen Fig ureslwont lie unless they are made to do so and Gov Beckham has taken his predecessor totask and shown conclusively that many of his statements of facts and deductions from figures are at considerable variance from the truth Butjlaying aside figures because they are confusing and conceding that the speakers of both sides are telling the truth or the contrary if you prefer lIt us in view of the near approach of the election take stock of the situation and reason over the matter as every good man should with the view of as csrtaining the best way of exerclsi the right of suffrage State officers aid members of the General Assembly ae to be elected and the latter in turn are to elect a United States Senator It should be the desire of every citizen to adhere to that party and to vote for that man who will best subserve the public welfare We can only judge the future by the past and anyone who will compare the regime of Beckhs with those of Bradley and Taylor wiU ba compelled to concede that we need a continuance of the former and not are tr currenceof the latter Judge S W Hager has had years of experience at tie State capital and is well qualified bj experience training and natural ability to creditably fill the office of governor His opponent Mr Willson his had no experience in Statecraft though he has been a lifelong chronic officeseeker but has never succeeded in being elected to any office he was ever nominated for and this one will prove- D t exception to the rule Much ado has been made over the fact that Hon J C W Beckham has been named by hit party for U S Senator but this the voice of envy He who 1surpasses orsubdues mankind must look the hate of those below This youngman who for seven year has been in the lime light of criticism has never failed successfully accom plish any of his undertakings If he makes a failure as Senator it will be his first Of all the charges mad against him that of being a young man is the only one that has been sustained But what may we expect of the republicans for this office The memories of Gum Shoe and Deboe forbids a consid eration of the painful subject Thro out the State for years the cry has been let us send good men to the Leg islaturo Lincoln county has frequently done so and this time in the person of Mr William H Shanks the democracy has presented a young man of excep tional worth and ability and if elected he will prove a credit to the county and the State So much for men what of measures The democratic party has ever been one of progress and in search of the great est good for the greatest number The majority of the good people have said that the saloon must go and the democratic nominees are pledged to carry out this behest while the republicans have taken the opposite stand though theyare trying hard to carry water on I one shoulder and whisky on the other with the usual result that no one is deceived Stamp under the rooster WHEN it comes to the scratch it seems that Powers and his lawyers were not so anxious for a trial as they claimed They made an effort to have it postponed till next Spring after their big boasts but Judge Mor ris fixed it for November after a mu tual agreement could not be reached Powers knows when well enough had l better be left alone It is decidedly more preferable to be In the Scott county jail than it is to be in the or doomed to have his L tojdefer s i In his speech at Stanton last week Gov Beckham went after ExG Bradley in a hot speech Among other things Gov Beckham said In his sworn testimony as a witness in one of the Goebel assassination casos he admitted that he had boon informed sov oral times of the plot to murder Wlllinm Goebel and yet although Goebel one signally befriended him he failed to- go and warn him of his danger Ile cannot excuse his failure to do so by say ing that two or three of tho fellows who were in theplot came and told him there was nothing in it He cannot excuse it now by denouncing that assassination as an infamous outrage With the inforr tion which ho received and which future developments have shown to be correct he might have averted that calamity and saved the life of the man who had once done him such a great favor Ho in the convention his friend Mr Willson and other Republican candidates were In that same Republican convention which indorsed without reserve the resolute and patriotic conduct of W S Taylor TilE ActinglSecretary of War acting upon the request of Speaker Cannon has set about to preserve the two trees known as the Crittenden Tree nnd the Beck Elm Why not preserve the Hackberry Tree at Frankfo which contained the bullet that ended the life of one of Kentuckys greats menGov Goebel JUDGE R FRANK PEAK of tho She byville district has tendered his resignation as circuit judge of that district to take effect yesterday Judge Peak has made a capital judge and his resign Lion will be regretted by both litigants and the peoplo generally Gov Beck ham has appointed C C Marshall of Shelbpville to succeed him JUST about three weeks and the verdict will be read by tho Kentucky voters and we will make this prophecy that it will be a vindication of the democratic administration POLITICAL T C Jackson was nominated for Representative by the republicans of Marion county- J E Riddick Associate Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court died at Little Rock of typhoid fever The republicans nominated Judge II Clay Howard of Paris against Ron J Hal Woodford for tho Legislature Mrs H D Money wife of the senior Senator from Mississippi died suddenly at the family residence near Beauvoi MissSenator James B McCreary will speak at the court house in Nichols vine Monday Oct 21 in the Interest of the State democratic ticket John Mitchell announces that because ot ill health he will not be a candidate for reelection as president of the United Mine Workers of America Gov Comer of Alabama has caned an extra session of the Legislature In that State for Nov 7 to enact more drastic laws against the railroads National Democratic Committeeman hey Woodson issued a statement denying Mr Willsons charge that Mr Bryan had been paid to speak in Kentucky At Nashville Tenn the Democrat nominees with one exception a candl dte for Councilman were elected J S Brown for Mayor defeated J J- Odil three to one The National Association of State ailroad Commissioners in session al Washington elected Chairman C C cChord of Kentucky president A compliment worthily bestowed Gov Beckham in his speech at Stanton replied to the recent charges of former Gov W 0 Bradley against the Democratic administration as reckless untruthful pitiful and childish The Lexington Gazette says that when Col L P Tarlton of Franklin county was sheriff of Fayette in the- 70s he had a Negro deputy If he is elected railraod commissioner it is supposed that he will have a Negro secretary Attorney GeorgeJB Saufley of Stan- fbrd one of the brightest young lawyers in the State and a son of Judge M C Saufley has been billed to address the voters of IJames town on Mon- dav October21Somerset Journal The speaking by Judge James reathitt Republican candidate for torneyiGeneral was called off at Louisa because of the lack of an audience By actual count there were 16 Republicans and four Democrats present and Judge Breathitt refused to speak The hard fought mandamus proceedings brought by John C Eversole of rsley county against Secretary of- State H V McChesney to compe- lthat official to place Eversoles name- upon the ballot to be used in November as the Republican candidate for of the new Thirtythird Judi JudJeRthe case at versailles Notice To Our Customers- We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs- colds and lung troubles is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other- harmful drugs and we recommend its a safe remedy for children and ilta Pennys Drug Store A SquarelDeal For The Railroads There is sure to be much agitation of tho two cont a milo railroad rate at tho coming session of the and it is just as sure that LegislatureI bors will go oil half twocent rate for every road In Kentucky will amount to almost confii tion on some lines Roads penetrating thicklysettled areas can make money carrying passengers for two cents a mile Short roads and roads traversing sparselysettled districts find the two coat rate unprofitable These are conditions which should be seriously studI- ed by legislative other ratema king bodies to tho end that justice may be done both to tho carrier and tho traveling public Thero will be littlo fellows who will try to make capital out of the fights on railroads but those we hope will bo severely sat upon Hostility to railroads is nearly always unfounded but knowing how deepseated it is in the breast of the average man many a politician has sought by pandering to tho unworthy sentiment to rido into power and prominence Tho ability to do this should not occur again The railroads are business propositions and should not bo treated other than other institutions In other words let them have a square dealand if they do not appreciate it and seek to bilk the public then will be time enough to put the screws to them Frankfort Journal POSTED Ve whose armies appear below itrlc forbid hunting tubing or any kind of try Miming on our places and will prosecute armors to thw full extent of the law Fred VonOruenlgan Itctchenbach llro Kretl VonAlltmui Vonoruenlgar Fred Uuuimiun George Holme K Kelohenbach Joseph liallou AM MJ Hofmauu Chris Jacob M U Klmore David Stephens Mary Hoffmann L P Nunuelley J W llHUghmau Christina Gray son J a Carpenter Jacob Jess weln ham Onmeron Ira MJ Aihlock CC Clover Krelllandorf MrsMlendletoi v LConller J Nevln Carter Peter Halmer J it Cmnenlsch- oreen Kerrlll W It Duugborty J E Urucl IMnk Farmer Anderson Cnrr JOHprntt J tOor W K Amon J W Peak UK Martin MriierA 1II ton W O W P Martin Samuel Lindsay M F Conifer Mosen Kerry Alex Cooper Mrs Mary IVnpIei Jin Walter Warren Sirs Mattle White Hlmpion liroi Tlniley Hpoonamo P W Carter lien P Martin MF Lawrence Itcuben Curtl JS Ilocker JMHettui T A Hlce Morgan Chappell Anmndt schaeffer Green Kerrtli Fruit and Orna mental Trees S shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn an Garden We employ no agents Catalogue ou application H F HlLLEXMEYER it SON- SLexington Ky Notice of Election I term Lincoln countfiscal court held April S lw7 lion presltl Ing with the lollowlng Justices of th eace towlt W 1 Wallln J A UudiUi WI Uudderar and U U Adams It was moved by Justice W M UuddCra ond seconded by Justice W Wnllln tbot thll following action be taken by this court Tbe grand jury of Lincoln county at Ill ebruary term 1W9 of the Lincoln circuit court having recommended a new court oute for Lincoln county and It upwarln- io the sutlslactlon of this court that tbu- court bouse now In use It unsafe and Iliad tuate for the public convenience and pres vutlon of the 1ubllo llecords It Is order ed and adjudged that the sum of thlrtyllv lousund dollars be suggested an thIS sun censary to bulldi new court house uni It Is further ordered that an election beld and n poll opened at the oeveral votlni eclnctsln Lincoln County on Tuesda ovember 6 1W7 the day of the next general ectlon ut which tho appropriation ubavi iggested shun be legal itwrs of Lincoln county for their approval or rejection The Hherltrof Lincoln county Is dIrected to advertise said election for ut least thirty dllYI next before the day thereof In the In- terlor Journal being the only newspaper ibllshed In Lincoln the 01- Ueen directedof surd election are to hold- thll election between the same hours thatt- hllY are required to hold elections forcoun t r olllcersj which election shall bu held and III all reaped us rellulnod nerul election law Hi force In this rttni ut the tlmu the same Is held fbe Clerk of the Lincoln county court Iholl cause to bo printed on the Olllclul Uul- JoU to be used In said election the wordl- ond figures Are you In favor of an appro latlon of 1O tar building a new Court pure for Lincoln County and havo two ices upon the right ofrlght same one ur- voten favoring the appropriation to be des luted by the word Yes and ono for tell opposing the appropriation to be deslg nllted by the word No And said Cleric Ihall said ballots In all other re jctsas required by uecllon HW of the Kentucky Btatucs In the event the requstte number of legal voteII of Lincoln county vote In favor anld appropriation It Is ordered that tbll- court cause the of Lincoln county to thll amount of fiSUJO to be prepared uxecut and Issued on printed terms under tbll- leul of the county to be signed by the Coun t of Lincoln County Court and interalgned by tbo Clerk of said Court payable to bearer at Lincoln County Nn- tlonlll of Hlanford Kentucky which oond shall not bear a greater rate of Inter elt than four percent emlannual at Lincoln County National Uanlc of Hlnnford and Interest coupons shall be ut- tllched to said bonds signed by the Clerk tbll Lincoln County Court sold bonds shall Issued In three series to wit Merle Herle U and Herles Oj Herles A em broclng ten thousand dollars of sold bonds hllll consist of twenty bonds for the sun of teach and numbered ono to twenty Ho rle i U consisting of ten thousand dollars of said bonds shall consist of twenty bonds for the sum of isoonnd numbered from tow and Merle C embracing llfteen thous dollars of said bonds consist of- tblrt bonds of each nod numbered frolll 40 to T- bonds embraced In Merles An shall be redeemable the pleasure of the Court In md after seven years front the date of puynbllltellIracetlln Merle U Ihll ho redeelllablll ut thll pleasure of the Court on and after ten- yeorl from dote of tbelr Issue and due- IInd payable fifteen year afros the said and the bonds emurao din Herles 0- Ibull be redeemable at the pleasure of the Oourt on and after fifteen yearn from the panbletwentcopy attest QUO B OOOPKRClerk ly E D Pennlngtoa D O Nortill rii for fstimulation or tIU1I11I l tivtiiu f li ijloilill IlivttxMlli Irt Mrliilnn Hinomx around tu urder set In all slyly frnnmor nkilvtoii iiumiitlugi wurk and muivrlnl nuHiantwil wttlsfurt rlmrifiM moderate 111111111111louhot III Vntnil T li iliuuv Ky L t roWKUl- inxluutiM iiptometry Gooo Business for Sal My pruptrlynnd n l stuck of tntr lit rlllmllnt onsw and Rh nutslnfurmntluttN n Marksfmry ICy FOR SALE Fiftysix acres of Illurtirajii land In lolli coin county uii the Hbelby on and IIUII vllle A Htanfont short nlkej tons about IIIU In tin boost Is lit 111tu cultivation Is n fine tract otfullVery dMlrnbl for a small farm on lIr address W M lIAtICO- MJunctlonOllylsy Joseph 3244 Vol I In brwl amid has Ikea nccopte for n AmerlclIllTnmwtllumler tbirulraof the UMmliitlnn be Nosl6aalovs Hliv IMward ordam Alexandra No tm Mire of Hire Int e CCIlir llruc oIIW dUIIl of HlreCttund n Nollle mil Hire ot dent Kentucky Hoy No IM Ihllll of dam tolden No IV6I It U wBlI known thAt the iSun worth Hwlne Is tlie highest price swine on the market Ills i1tllt- Bt wArd weight iff at s years r jrJsu his dnltt AIutlulnl ohlrfhl for 1IIWiJ Ills wslglit lilt II crosses well wltltevwry bmnl will Itnml him at II cash JOHN COOK Hlanford K1 PUBLIC SALE Asadmlnlntratorof Jotenli Potfoy I w Millnt outcry nt his tale 101llllt Moreland beginning at VW A M on Kill DAY OCT 3S The following do crltcd property ftyf old work muleI good brood mare yelln old and In foal to Jack pair 4yearold ork mules It hands hlxli and scco trort ft l yciirold work mule irt toads high j rt well Ayearold Kamlly Horse orkH nQ where or yeer old fatally llid workhorse l boar and several hrood lOW cAt tie Iinot IJlOundlntUlUIJnIKnll1d bllls of Timothy hayDi balraof wheat stniw IOJ hashes of straw 110 bushels of flean or chard seed rubber tend Imggy Rood an new Inewbuektoanll road hurte wnGonl wagon jerk geolhr frames l lsay 1111 z turlllnl lIOtn Peering Illmlcrgood as newl box been used 1 sets of bUll Iutrofthings too tedious to mention inns Known on day of sale T I Kngllsb Auc- ItAMlioLru OorvKT Admr Joss Coffey Moreland K Notice of Election 1 LRegular term of the Lincoln county conrt leld Monday KeptViWpreauut lion It- J Warren judge presiding In the matter of the application of the Itlxens of Klngsville for it IIrGdld chool At the last regular term ot this court held sIgnet by J Thualisson1itActoutD al V Htepher 1I0lluelWill Meeks It M It1qnay 1 t Jy nn v W Waltfr J L Johnson K WOrvIa ton L M M O Murphy lIud ioocb 1lownniaweeneyTllagganl Wi lllen Ionl 101111 WallOrorgultlgneyllenry febhtvldlllCksUH Cannon W U Murph MMudnmnU L HemleyO H Jets W MHIngleton T It ObnrhrVIIlllookUooch Phil Delaney II I lI1Ullh l ur pity A Francis J A Hart Dan heater H Unlvcrtlietoch01Mur1ti-pofrthoSrdleorgoCorcllAOts1ch Will IhiberISnd J was olnourti efore H O Warren Judge of IlIld curt asking that a traded Comma Ichool District bu established with bounds rya follows Beginning at John IL McKeos Include Mrs Harah J Austin place to includedthence lbStnto milo post NolS1 the V U t I P IL thence to the old heater or Hunter pint icluded hence toO Henneley Included hence to U A Hlngleton Included them to llowurd Hweiiiey Included tliiiicf to J too SI Power 1lace nowVIlingganl exehudedthenc- o n iOlntt tulle North 0 tulle lest N on the C O A T I 1U It thence to J fj tiegrovo excluded thence to J Mi K ees the beginning And It nrlllg to till court that all of- tbll said titionersarelegal voter and roi lents of and taxpayers in the said proppot ld UnidwMJommon Hchoo IIhtrlctl in tin own n aown lIyncs burJ Magisterial No 8 i and that the lUll for the Is the Klngsrlll ihoolboiuo locate l In Klngsville Llncoll lunty Ky Is certified to bunnd Is not ex edlnglng t uses from any Portion of the lundary of tile prodoned district An It further appearing that a majority of- tbe trustees In easels of the common school dlltrlcl embraced In whole or In part Oraded Common Hchool district have msented to the establishment of the sold proposed Graded Common Hchool District Ulltl endorsed their consent In wrltlnj superintendnIhili consented to the of tbe- Iuld proposed district and has endorsed his in entln upon the said petitions provided by law And this day the said petitioners appeared In spell court and the Court sum Biitly advised It Is ordered nnd adjudged atTJ UIIIlherllTlbe and he It onlered cause n poll to W penal In the town of Klngiville Ky and lolcctlonio held there on tho 20th day of Octolwr biting more than 40 doy- lifter the entry of this order to take time of the legal white voters In said pro- Ilosed Graded Common Hchool lether there shall be levied anti collected annual tax of cents on each IIU of- ropertyassessed in said proposed Uradei OOllimOIl District to the whlto voters and corporation for the pur Die of maintaining n Comraot Hohoolln the said pro posed Graded Com moi hool District and for the Purpose of erecting buildings there Ided the comll1onschoollllW- The ofllcers of said election will cause the- IlIld legal voters In sold proposed district live 6 of b approvedywllllllnkll ictiou at once A Copy Attest GKOIJOOOlEIl Clerk My E Pennlngton U O I T J Hill Hr sheriff of Lincoln county herb certify that tho foregoing order was lyered to me tertllltt by Geo n- Vooller Clerk of the Lincoln County Court wherefore I have directed same to be pub- IIlhld in the INTKHIOB JotniNAl n semi weklY newspaper published In Lincoln count Ky compliance therewith I will the Polls In J lngsvllle Ky In the Coon above named on the dOfandIn order for the purpose gthesensoof the votenof salddlstricton Graded Cornhu eltablllhlnl n Mchoolln laid districtmon under my hand this Itth day SeptemberIW1 TLincolnVoulntyt- i Sheela of 1n r SEE THEMThey are Perfect Paintings Those Beau tiful Brown Grey and Black Suits No bet ter Tailoring no better Styles can be pro n duced 10 15 1750 and 2000 H McJROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Every Box of Paper now in stock from 25c to 75c is entirely new and of the latest Fallstyles We take pleasure in showing it to you PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky C 0 J itt For solo by GEO II FARRIS Stnnfortl Ky P Banzai Tooth Powder J Is Hard to Beat 1 Try It Only 25JCen- tsSTANFORD DRUG CO LKimona Materialsr SVe IWTO just plaoed on sale n wide range of pattern and pricu in mate rinse for Kimoiias 1C Patterns in Flntinollotte lit 10r 0 Patterns in Prtfnolln Cloth lit 15o llQ Patterns in Flcccb Downs nt 15a ft iBiuthave ovor shown STAN rOltD KY OCT 15 190i r jWnrl you want to make your eelec largest and most upto lnto tine of poet cards go to Penny In Drugstore iPERSONALS J Eo IoimiAN is hero from Louis vllle Aim W S DUNHAM has been quit sick for several eny Mns EHNHST WAUREN returned t- MWdloilwro Saturday fUn B J UnowN was in Rockcwtl Saturday to see a patient Jot F PETTUS of Springfield wa hero list week with relatives MRS It C HOCKEU and children nro l vfeltlng her parents ia Madison DK W F IllCKLE is attending tho v State Medical Association at Louisville S 7 A G FAUUCNKK loft Saturday for Greensboro N C to attend Fedora court JUDGE JAMES P BAILEY is with hi laughter Mrs II D Gregory in Cov n OB PERCY BENTON of Brodhcad waa hero Friday to see Dr E J Brown MR J S HOCKER has gone East In the Interest of the Cumberland Valley Land Co MR J W ACEY is at home fron t I Louisville for a few weeks on accoun 0 llness MRS 11 M WESTEKHELD and child ren of Livingston are with Mr and j Mrs M D Elmore MR GEORGE FARRIS is at the bedside of his brotherIn law Mr G Barns Wearen at Lexington Miss PEARL COLLIER of Crab Orch vnrd has been visiting Miss Mamlo Das tin Lancaster Record ATTORNEY JOHN PATRICK of Jack son was the guest of his daughter al Capt T A Richards last week MISSES MARY D KENNEDY and Mary Mobley are assisting the Misses Van Devccr in tho millinery business MR A B c DINWIDDIE of Huston ville is making frequent trips to Stan ford to see a mighty pretty girl MRS JAUES IL WOODS is with her mother Mrs Emmett McCormack at St Josephs Infirmary Louisville Mn S J BURCll and bride of Bio R gee Ala aro tho guests of his mother Mra Mary I Burch for a few days MR AND MRS It E HUGHES of Louisville passed through hero Friday cnroute to Lancaster to visit relatives MESSRS J H WONER and J T Blngaman attended tho meeting of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at George town MESSRS FRANK MARTIN and James Peak who have been visiting at Kutta wa Lyon county returned homo yes terday MR EMERSON RICE and wife who have been tho guests of Mr William Fields and family returned to Leba non Junction Friday MRS M C SAUFLEY of Stanford was in this city this week Mrs J S Otvaloy of Stanford was in Danville WednesdayAdvocate Miss MARY MCROBERTS entertained tho Thursday Afternon Club very delightfully at her homo on Lower Main Street last Thursday Miss ANNA TATE and Messrs Bur I detto and Chas McKenzie of Mt Ver non were tho guests of Miss Maranda McKenzie in tho Maywood section t MR J N MENEFEE JR and Mrs Susan Yeagcr drove over to Lexington Saturday after Miss Bottle Evans of Shclbyvillo who is now the guest of Mr George P Bright and family BEVERLY ROUT of this place who matriculated at State College Lexing ton has boon made full back on tho college foot ball team Mr Rout was chosen over a field of 20 candidates MR J R ORNDORFF of Livingston was hero Saturday mingling with his many friends We are glad to state that Pap has fully recovered from the injuries sustained in a wreck a few weeks ago DR II C NUNNELLEY of Louisville and Miss Florence Tanner of McKin ney wore at tho Whipp Hotel Monday J W Crow of Hustonvillo was hero looking for a farm Attorney C F Montgomery spent Sunday with his wifo at Hustonville who Is with her motho r Mrs T L Carpenter who is seriously ill with cancer Mrs T J Bell and son Earl of Hustonvillo visited her daughter at the Exchange Hotel Tues day Casey County News BORN to tho wife of Mr J M Pet tus a 12 pound girl JOHN LANIIAM of Yosemite was a substantial caller at this office yesterday MR L B OWENS and wife of Me Kinney have returned from the James town Exposition New York and othc Eastern points Mn AND MRS GRO D WEARBN an in Lexington at tho bedside of their TilE picture of Miss La Verne Bruce the talented daughter of Mrs Morgan Bruce appeared in Saturdays Louis yule Times She is in Boston studying the violin LOCALS Go to tho Misses VanDeveer for styl- Ish and uptodate millinery liON HARVEY HELM spoke nt Shelby villa yesterday it being court day there TilE L willsell roundtrio tick eta to tho Lexington trots beginning today till Oct 18 inclusive at 2 WHEN comes Satisfac tion and Durability our heating stove have no equal Geo D Hopper THE first ice of tho season was not cable yesterday morning A heavy frost was also in evidence and fires and overcoats were comfortable WE have added a clothes cleaning de- pArtment in tho rear of our barbershop and will do your work with neatness and dispatch Cook Farmer DONT forget tho big sale of Mr J E Lynn Thursday on the Somerset pike Land stocK farming Implo ments etc will go This is one of the best farms in Lincoln county FOR RENT room in lively Central Kentucky town Especially adapted for restaurant but good forany kind of merchandise business Living rooms above Apply or write to thlll once TilE sale of Mr J E Lynn will occur st his homo on tho Somerset pike on liursday Oct 17 at which time he will dispose of his fine farm stock farming implements etc Remember tho date Thursday Oct 17 instead of Friday as we unintentionally had it last issue EASTLAND raEvelyn S East and mother of our former townsman ilr A G Eastland died at Danville hut week Mrs Eastland was a splendid Christian woman and her death is regretted by all who knew her and nuch sympathy is felt for those who nourn her loss Tnt children officers and teachers of he Methodist Sunday School will lcaso meet us at tho church at 9 oclock Saturday 19th with their lunch baskets to go chestnut hunting Mesdames dclia Woods and Kathleno Beazley and William White Sunday School Committee FOR nowtaretion engine ono separator self feeder and wind stacker Ono saw mill with 300000 cot of logs to saw at BOc per 100 The wners only reason for selling is on account of ill health All this machinery Is comparatively new and cost about 3000 It can be bought for a very low price See or address L R lughcs Stanford Ky MR W II CURTIS who bought tho lolloway farm of J10 acres in Boyle at 5305 has sold it again to Nelson May for tho same price per acre Saturday Mr Curtis bought of Mr A C Dunn hIs splendid and very desirable farm on tho Stanford Crab Orchard pike for 7000 Wo are glad that Mr Curtis and family will not leave Lincoln county Mr Dunn has not decided yet as- to where ho will locate but more than kely will remain in Lincoln BAD WRECK Tho L N Southbound freight No 1147 wrecked at Cedar Creek yesterday afternoon It la thought that a broken flange caused It Engineer Bohlen and Fireman Bo den were dangerously hurt probably fatany Brakeman R A Nelson diedI from his injuries being under the over turned engine and was scalded to deathI About eight box cars were made into kindling wood No 22 North bound passenger was delayed about 10 hours A FLYING TRIPTo the groin Dry Goods Markets Las put our tuck in excellent sbupor have added new SuiU now Clunk Skirts Light Weight Jnekots Waist iiifji Drew Georls Permlee Ginghams Etc An Early Visit Moniu grantor variety to select from and prices lowor than they can poaibly bo Inter as every thing is on the jump and ntgrent ecnrolly already exists Lot us show you yoit arc utulor jio obligationi to buy Wo know our etylos nro right and prices nro consistent with quality SEVERANCE SON STANFORD crilicallyIII Fon SALRA square Hazclton Bros piano Good one Mrs Mary I Burcli lnoTo cheap tmy old stand in Rowland for this month only Fran Cordier Rowland 3t JUST rccloved largerlineof stove and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton THERE was nothing doing in tho county court yesterday Judge Warren being ill at homo J S OWILFY JR withdrew his home offered yesterday at public sale The highest bid was 8600 Tim Monte Christo Opera Company will hold tho boards at Waltons Op urn House Friday night Oct 25th Tim Central Kentucky Real Estat Exchange Title Co has farms of 10 to 600 acres for solo at a bargain Write or apply for particulars nnd pricesSrAMrinoNow the best time to get your work done before tho Christ mas rush 216 East Lexington St with Mrs Anderson Martha A Kendrick Danville SUSTAINED Tho State Racing Com mission in session at Lexington upheld the ruling of Judge E C Hopper at Latonia in refusing to allow Whisk broom to bo raced taking the position that Bookmaker Cook had not leased thi horse in good faith Good for Clever Ed Hopper ELD JOSEPH left this of lice yesterday some sweet potatoes that are as sound as a dollar notwithstanding that they were dug one year alto Mr Ballou also brought in a hugs potato of this years crop which is rery peculiar formation due he says jo the fact that the potatoes grew so fast they grew together making om largo yam- SPRAxINaCongressman Ben Johnson of Bardstown addressed tho demI crats at the court house here yester day afternoon in tho Interestof tho dem cratic State ticket and Mr W H Shanks tho nominee for the Legisla Lure Ills speech was well received and was in defense of tho State admin istratlon lie is a pleasing speaker am presented tho facts in their true light It is thought his speech will do tho ticket much good Mr W H Shanks in traduced him in a welltimed speech THEY Do TnIN BTho citizens of ktillcrsburg have agreed to donate 10 100 to the rebuilding of Millcrsburg Fe nape College which was destroyed by Ire and to lend President Fisher 500 more for 10 years without interest This act of public spiritedness on the part of her citizens is to be highly com mended and shows tho interest taken in education there and that they do things LATERIt is more than likely hat a 50000 building will bo built and rustccd to tho town Prof Fisher do rating his holdings with the privilege or retaining tho college 12 years TilE editor of this paper is fully en eying a delightful visit with his brother Mr W P Walton of Lexington at their sister Mrs L N Vaughans at Ashland and ith relatives at Richmond In fact it is a reunion of tho amily and Ito again bo together and talk overmemories of their dear old Hrginiolhome in tenderest love and affection Since leaving their old home many years ago no doubt many changes havo occurred in the way of Improvements in this most progressive ago loved ones have gone to that eternal home tolawait tho buglecall of tho isurrection morn friends and relatives have married and intermarried playmates and school mates then are now lawyers doctors clergymen and buss ness men oflhlgh standing girls that once were the idols of their hearts and tho apples of their eyes are now mar- rIed mostjof them now comers have taken chargelof old business firms and farms until everybody is perfect strangers to these two hovers of the grand Old Dominion the mother of tho proudest and grandest Commonwealth in aU- tho Union The Messrs Walton aro- now taking m tho Jamestown Expo- sItion and seeing the sights of that splendid andfchistoric exposition Wo- ask tho indulgence of the I J readers this issue in the absence of tho genial bighearted and versatile editors spleh Id editorials and spicy locate 1L4 A Bio GUNlIon Ollio James one of the biggest and brainiest of Ken tuckys Congressmen will speak to tho democrats of Doyle and surrounding counties on county court day Oct 21 Ho is one of the best speakers in tho State and will please you Hear him I OR one of my deputies will bo at the following places to collect tax Waynefiburg Friday Oct 18 Kings ville Saturday Oct 19 McKinney Wednesday Oct 23 Moreland Thurs day Oct 24 Hustonville Saturday Oat 2G Remember the penalty is add ed now Nov 1st Dont let it catch you T J Hill sheriff YOUNG men and ladies with ambition should learn telegraphy Under tho new 8 hour law which goes into effcc next March over 18000 additions telegraphers are required by tho Rail roads in tho United States position pay from 60 to 80 per month to beginners You can qualify in 3 or 4 months time For full details write the National Telegraph Institute Cincinnati Ohio A Criminal Attack on an Inoffensive citizen is frequently made in that apparently useless lit tie tube called the appendix Its generally the result of protracted constipation following liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate th liver prevent appendicitis and establish regular habits of the bowels 2ik atPennys Drug Sto- rePUBLIC SALE of Fine Horses Wednesday Nov 6 Having rented my arm I will offer lit public rule 60 Richly Bred Saddle anc Harness Horses Includ ing 5 Stallions The Htollloni are Dorney Ooldiluit 1SK2 Oeneral Hlmmoni 81017 Lincoln Chief foil sad two full brothers to Jack ODlnmondi A GeUllne and two road mares tbnt ibow Three matched teauu IS brotx jeldiInllIndrearolds The ones twos and broken Hwven yearling stallion colts bd Horary of standnnlbrei mares All my own breeding anil b suds stab lions us IXirsey Qolddunt Lincoln Chief n ion of llourbon Chief Mlinlo Wllkesu Ion Dfdambotta Wllkes Quail an imported French Ooacher Paragon a son of Jai Illnl and out of the best bred non a lor both harness and saddle purposes and pro- ven producers Possessing the blood of IXirsey Alllewood Htrnthmore Hmbettn WllkeiO F Clay Happy Pay Mimic LVcllllan Chief King Curtis Inh Messenger Chief Almont Kto Also two line Jacks ono and three yean old tour mules and a few good JerIleys and Shorthorns This stock will bo sold nt my faro J miles from Btsnford on llustonvlllo turnpike In Lincoln county Ky on the Knox rllle branch of the L miles from MoKlnnvy on tho QAO It H 7 miles rom Junction City the crossing of tho L d N and the Q AC Catalogues will be ready Oct IBth F RKID Danville Ky PUELIALEif Stock Implements Etc Etc On account of Ill health I have decided to sell my farm on TlIUll8DAYOOTI7I omitting of W7 acres of land situated on tbo Homerset pike three tulles from Htnn lord half mllo from a new schoolhouse and olle mile from a union church The dwell Is nicely located on an elevated andwllh a view of two pikes and railroad ontnlns 8 rooms with balls porches etc stern at kitchen door mid a never well Good buggy house coal house and lieu ouse A splendid concrete cellar with Ice- house cold storage and smoke house com Ined One of the best barns In the county water through It three floors base mont two large sheds nine stalls room for 1II0re ilium kilielid ollnro cattle and 10- 0Ibeel besides horses and bogs The land Is under R hlRh tutu of cultivation with cnekl anti springs runnlllg through ncrllllI wheat and the test In imothy and llluo Grass in fact ono of tho 11I0lit farms In Lincoln county Thlllnrlll will to sold In one tract or In two trlloU with i00 acres and Improvements Olle and 87 acres unimproved land In trod A of 18hand 4yearold moro mules two brood mores sheep and hogs rmliiK implements household and kitchen date of 11110 liuiWUAYOOTnAlso feelers and yearlings pR rcif Ito Jt jcalejM good as now eon the lOll JQI T D English AuorJ Stanford Ky A Light Weight Jacket i Is a necessity in every lady wnnlroho There nre more days when a ligHt j weight wrsp is needed than there are when a henry ont is demnndedrA fortunate purchase of A line of manufacturers etmplos enable us to i oiler n choice line of theso rockets at about onehalf tho regular price They fi tl will cost you SjjJ50 to SS50 in Tun Brown Kavy Blnok null Fancies Como curlas we have only nbout 60 of thcso nUll nt the price they will not last long 1i South 11Depot SKIRTS 1 Our complete line of Sorosis Underskirts just in Prices from 150 to 250 the only kind for Fall andiWinter days i See our Teddy Bears at 50c and Belts Veiling Silks and a heavy lineIof Outings are ready for you TRIBBLE HUGHES Goods Notions Shoes jDry Phone 156 G Opera House Block Opposite Court House I STANFORD KENTUCKY T 1 Winter Shoes Never have we exercised such care in buying Shoes as we have this season We have bought from the best shoe manufactur ers in the country and as to wearing quali ties they can not be excelled We have aIilarge stock to select fromMens Ladies and Childrens all weights all sizes We would call special attention to our line of heavy Snoes for men Stronger Than the La1t Honest Miket Are two good ones for rough wear Remem ber them when in need of strong Shoes W B Perkins Cr IKenf The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is oF on prices at the Emporium at Huetou ville We are price fighters j Your Lid a Bo sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected the cream of tho market for you Como anti bo convinced in this line We undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality and guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all 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 Fall and Winter stock is now full and complete Como and inspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Prize Fighter Economist Cook Stoves are f Izwo 4 SOLID rf LAST 99 Which means that they are durable i Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Ii r The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford cuI tecondda i mailer- PVLINUtlI TUeSDAYS XKD FUIDAVH AT lO PER YEAR CASH illrWheo not to Powill be charged L li N TIME TKBLE No II Houtb 1121 p No5lHoutlill30pM No JlNortli4si A No 23 North 217 P x JOS S RICE Agont Jesse W SweeneyI Livery Food and Solo StaWo Lancaster Ky NOTICE l Anyone needing u Union Jnck nnd IreI Htretehercan leave their order with T U Newlund nt Htanlord lie hat one ho will show and take your order and will thesamoonsuorttnotlceBTLUN8KOUD NOTICE I Olympian Bprlngf situated 6 miles Houth of Nchlnneyatatfon on the U B K H on Mlddleburg pike on wblch hacks rnu Is treatmentofaow open for tho llbeuma Usm Liver Kidney and all Stom ach and Dowel Troubles Hheumatlim a specialty at reasonable rates For partlcu lars and terms address- F M BIMB Pror r It PD Box S3 Hustonvllle Ky B D CARTERt NowLiveryDepot Street Phono 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building The Fisher Hotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster Street between Springs and town y mile from Bait Sulphur Well same distance from Drown Hprings Bplenald table and cool comfortable rooms Hates 17 perweekINSURANCE lire Lightning WlndBtormlLUe and- Aeoldeni None and BBBT oompanlelteprelented Lowest Pos sa Paying Bee dlUneeuall Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is fine hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house ofnine rooms halls porches cellars etc T o stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date and will be sold at a bargain if soldwithin the next 60 days J4 cash balance to suit purchaser For further in formation in to farm write L L Hughes or James L White Stanford XT J Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Doaler in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone Home Phone 83 I JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsKuga They will exchange Furniture for allJlKinda of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right kt STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Carson Cover bought a couple of mule colts at 80- J C Lynn bought a lot of 1100 pound bulls at 3c W P Martin sold to J C Lynn a lot of hogs at CJc FOR SALE25 1150 pound cattle Dr Hugh Reid Stanford HOgIersparties seven good multi tolls atiO T B Bright of Boyle bought of W H Shanks four mules at 600 J M Gooch sold to Sidney Dunba a couple of tine mule colts for 240 WANTED 50 carloads of good tin cthy hay S W Burke Junction City Ky W L Graham bought of B T Sims lof Springfield two 2yearold jacks for 1000 lion B B King sold a fino jack to Jardine of near Lincoln Neb for 1100 FOR SALE18 or 20 75 to 100poum shoats Good stock J M Reynolds Woynesburg A W Carpenter sold to G W Pot tinger of South Union Ky two Poll cd Durham bulls for 125 J J Thompson sold to T W Jones 12 1300pound cattle at 4Jc He also sold a lot of hogs at Gc FOR SALJ31 calves good stock L P Nunnelley R F D Lancaster- or H C Ingram Pulaski Ky The Kentucky Futurity race at Lexington was won by General Watts in three straight heats FOR SALE48 good feeding cattle also some choice Polled Durham bull and heifers A W Carpenter More land 4t FOR SALEA 3000pound pair of oxen 13 800pound yearlings and 2S hogs Call and see them T B Ham monds Stanford FOR SALE First class twoyearold Jersey bull noted milk family Yearling Aberdeen Angus bull thoroughbred Durocs Both sexes Junction City Exchange No 82 rings EL R L Hubble bought three mule colt of Col W Huff Dudderar at 70 and one feed mule at 125 He also bough of B D Chancellor a colt at 85 also four from George Holmes for 600 FOR SALEOne pair horse mules three years old 16 hands well broke one pair mare mules about 16 hands 4 and 7 years old well broke good workers B B King Moreland Ky3t COURT DAY There was an unusuall large crowd in town yesterday and business was very brisk among the trad era About450 cattle were on the mar ket Stock cattle brought 4 to 460 feeders 3J to 4jc cows tic Mule 125 to 175 mule colts 35 to 90 Mat S Cohen of Lexington sold to Miss Emily Bedford one of the mos famous horsewomen in the United States his fouryearold walk trot gelding John Randolph for 3500 Mr Cohen also sold a threeyearold gelding Sight Draft to Mrs A T Hert of Louisville at a fancy price A Certain Cure for CroupUser for Ten Years without a Failure IMr W C Bott a Star City Ind hardware merchant is enthusiastic In his praise of Chamberlains Cougl Remedy His children have all beer subject to croup and ho 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 a bottle Chamberlains Cough Remedy was in the house His oldest child was subject to severe attacks of croup but this remedy never failed to effect a speedy cure Ho has recommended it to friends and neighbors and all who have used it say that It is unequaled for croup and whooping cough For sale by all druggists Bidding her husband who had just arrived goodby Mrs Joseph F Ja osch 50ycars old who was severely burned in Louisville from an explosion of a gasoline stove died Mr Jurosch arrived from Danville shortly before midnight where he had gone on a business trip The funeral took place at Junction City Saturday She was a native of the latter city lulnsey Sprains and Swel lings Cured In November 1001 I caught cold and had the quinsy My throat was wollen so I could hardly breathe I pplied Chamberlains Pain Balm md it gave mo relief in a short time- n two days I was alright says Mrs L Cousins Ottorburn Mich Cham erlalns Pain Balm is a liniment ands especially valuable for sprains and iwolllngs For sale by alt druggists Dutch Powell was sentenced to the penitentiary for two years for the hooting of William Finley three years ago at Richmond FARM FOR RENTI An Ideal Boyle andarm ont acres wltb line s which LandhlRcroOoodcellent repair Water In every pasture Four litthis JI1hh STYhES Are on exhibition tit this store nnd we always aim to lend in the platter of new ideas We will show you the greatest stock of uptodate Suits and Overcoatsf- or Men young and oldccl brought to Stanford You will find hero 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 AVo ask an inspection and we arc ever ready to show pur garments and let you compare yalues Our stock of Pall aful Winter Shoes and Rubbers is complete and we have the best makes Give us n call SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Try Our Pure Canada Sap The Original Maple Syrup Santee Sryup Bob White Syrup W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Varnishes School Supplies Best Foor Finish is RENULAC W B McRoberts PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded NOTICE Twelve Now Webber TwoHorse Wagons nnd one 1tiorso Webber wagon complete heap for cash bee lUlTu tJones Ky GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there tuolittle inference In the prlco of ready made suits and n suit mnde to your measure taken by nn experienced tailor I have n Winter goods I IbeanestdressssuitvAlsoOvercoatsTrloa irs and Fancy Vests resent Is second to none 110 nUILI Y The Tailor Stanford Ky 50 Years An Agency50T- he oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pie uro Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper t Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE G PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 DRUGGIST STANFORD Attention Please I Any honest person desiring temporary or permanent employment should cull on Kl hert K Young ut UJhlllnd Ky 1 U address Waynesburg Ky U K I 101 OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whites Mill lies been thoroughly renovated and Is now In line condition to make the best of Flour Meal Etc Custom grinding done on TUJoIiUAYnd Give iitrialyd for the toll us formerly me WH8MITII Proprietor Onib Orchard Ky Good Farm For Sale a til acres ol FirstClass Blue flrnts Land situated In n good nelghllOrhoodtJ miles from Hustonvllle n state of cultivation Good house of 7 room j halls cud porches two large stock barns cow barn with four stalls cribs Ac The farm Is well watered with plenty nev rfullliiK cistern nt barn wind mill furnishing water in and around the house and at built barns For full particulars call on P T Ilohon Lebanon Ky or Jllobon Hustonvlllo Ky OTIIOIION FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR nARD COUNTY A fine bluo grass farm for sale situated on Ike near Point Loavell and six milessouth of Lancaster aw acres well located In good nelgbborhood being part of the John Walker tract with a handsome new two atory sovonroom residence thereon recently completed with nil out buildings and good now barn 40x00 Well atend six never tailing springs and creek running through TEKM94i cash in hand balance one nnd two years from day of sale bearing six per cent Interest paid i r Persons looking for such placo please write K M and Isabella Walker form lit Point or W bWaker Htanford jVnbelie P K Mllnd W0Walker Ioint Ky DEAD GAME If you will bring your duns nnd Itevolvcrs to mo and let me put thorn In firstclass uperlencoInRazor Blades Ferrels on Walking Canes and Re pair UmbrellasM- ake a specialty of fitting nil kinds of keyi to all kinds of looks all klnd repairing on do repgaindUlvemeatrialendyyouwillOlre satisfied 139 N Third Bt DonvUleKy t 4 t THEATRE TALK NO 2 cco co c = It pays to wait after all for the good comes in time even In the drama bringing a splendid recompense for come of tho cheats you have had Monte Cristo1 which comes to town pretty soonis a play that con be seen again and again by those who bllVQ souls to feel the spell of real ti romantic drama IT RANKS AS DRARealJLfiaiU 1IjRItALmSTOt1Ybothartisttcally w MJim J J Domennl success throughout the entire world and vll live ir the annas fthe stage as me of the high est examples of dramatic literature htJ EVER MERITORIOUS A PLAY WITHOUT AW INTELLIGENT CAST an artistic end effective production impossible No pains or expense has been spared to get the best Young bright intelligent resourceful actors have been selected in erch instance vitU express reference to adaptability to the parts assigned them The American people are broad gauged and liberal minded They are ready to hear any remarks listen to any song read any book see any play try new tend they pass their verdict promptly and infallibly ANYTHING thGOODCOME POPULAR THAT makePeopleGOOD The people never a mistake Newspaper advertis ing will induce the readers to try anything thats advertised once MERIT DOES THE REST A shining example of this principle is that of the romantic play Monte Cristo which will be presented IB this city sees This play has been produced season after season for seventy years IT MUST BE MERITORIOUS DONT YOU THINK USUAL PRICES WILL PREVAIL Waltons Opera House Friday Oct 25 oticeFarDlerS We have buyers for Lincoln county real estate If you leave n farm for sale write to us ACCOUNTS AND NOTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Reference Any Bank in Somerset Address Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset ICY The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KY s VEIComfort economy nnd durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter Grooms nnd bathroom with 815 worth of coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms The ideal heat for n residence Now is tho time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter 1 is hero SeH ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckyT- inner and Plumber IA