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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iIiTHE INTERIOP JOURNALIVOL XXXVSTANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1907 N0 66 CHURCH MATTERS The hours for worship at the Presbyterian church are 1015 A M and 700- r M Sundayschool at 930 A M and young peoples meeting at 630 All are cordially invited to attend these services The pastor The Synod of the Presbyterian Church South at Ita meeting at Midway voted in favor of allowing the Board of Directors of the Central Uni versity to solect its own trustees stead of electing them at the annual I meeting of the synods as hu been the custom The resolution will have to bo concurred in by the Synod of the Northern Church before it becomes ef fective Elder Nathan Singleton born Novem ber 24 1635 died September 1907 A member of tho Baptist church 68 years and a preacher of righteousness for 36 years lie like tho lamented Eaton died with the harness on In the midst of our meeting at Olive Bro McFarland preaching called on Bro Singleton to lead in prayer He made a touching appeal then ho gave to State Missions went home and ate a hearty dinner and in five minutes thereafter took his light from the body Hto be present with the Lord 0 blessed death of such a man I have been his friend and pastor for five years and though wo have given up several precious ones this one Is tho hardest to relinqulah Wo will miss his wise counsel his earnest prayers and exhortations his wife and children a loving companion and father But let us all remember Hthe Lord dooth all things well Dear wire and children your pastors heart bleeds for you Our loss is his gain lIe rests from his labors and his works do follow him May the Lord Comfort as Ho only can H Asleep in Jesus Blessed sleep It R NOEL Pastor r Western Recorder KINGSVILLE Mrs Stella Gooch and baby have re turned from a visit to relatives at Somerset Mr and Mrs Colonel Gooch will move Saturday into their new home now occupied by Mrs M H Crclghton The latter will move into the dwelling next to tho postollko recently vacated by Mr and Mrs Claude Hester Mrs Alonxo RIgnoy of Somerset is the guest of relatives here James Goodo returned to Eubanks Tuesday and will leave soon for Jamestown Va Mr Goode was relieved by a Mr Carpenter from the North end who is our present station agent Messrs B P Show maker of Moreland and J 0 Vandi vier of Hntrodsburg were here Sun day the latter to see the place where his brother lost worked and to meet as many of his friends as possible Mr fVandivier was mado very welcome here brother was so well liked and esteemed so highly The remarkable likeness between the two brothers liv lug and deceased was a matter of con f siderable comment MATRIMONIAL The Methodists have changed their prayer meeting nights from Wednesday to Thursday nights All arc cordially invited Marriage license was issued Wednes day to E T Terry who was joined heart and hand to Miss Florence teed Both live in tho Southern part of the county Tho Bluegrass Baptist Ministeral As sociation organized at Lexington with a charter membership of about 35 Dap tilt ministers of Central Kentucky The organization will hold meetings monthly in that city Tho officers of tho as sociation arc Rev W P HInes prel dent Rev B A Dawesvico president Rev George Green secretary and treasurer f How to Cure a Cold The question of how to cure a cold t without unnecessary loss of Limo isI one In which wo are all more or less Interested for tho quicker a cold Is gotten rid of tho less the danger of pneumonia and other serious diseases Mr B W L Hall of Waverly Va has used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for years and says I firmly believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy to bo absolutely tho best preparation on the market for colds I havo recom mended it to my friends and they all agree with mo For sale by all druggists I see that son of yours has braced up and wants to do something at last He tells me he wanta to go to the polo Get busy now and give him tho money Not me responded tho astute If unlettered millionaire HHe cant work six months in Par IsiSecretary Taft formally opened the the Philippine National Assembly Wed nesday Secretary delivered as address but made no specific suggektfoaa M to legislation L BRODHEAD The heater for the now church has been ordered and will bo placed in position in a few days Charlie Pike and his sister Eliza were with friends near Hackley In Garrard county Saturday and Sunday Rev A J Pike will preachat tho Baptist church at 11 H Sunday and also at night There will be baptizing at 230 r Undo Dock Owens sold his farm of 80 acres in the Freedom neighborhood to a Mr Dillingham of NorthI Carolina for 1100 Mrs Ed Newland is visiting relatives near Lowell this week Manley Al brl ght attended the banquet given by U C T at London Saturday night As usual the frost and freeze came and caught some of our farmers not ready However little damage was done as a great many were about done cutting corn- Banker J W Hutchcson was In Dan ville first of week His brother H H Hutchcson is acting cashier of the Cit izens Bank of Mt Vernon during the absence of Cashier Salln Larkin Hicks and wifo are in Kansas City where Mrs Hicks is being treated for carcinoma of which she has been n sufferer for some time They expect to be absent several weeks Wheat sewing is in full blast and judging from the amount of fertilizer being hauled from this point a large acreage will be sown Timber about gono The farmers have to fall back upon mother earth for sustenance Pastor Smith of tho Baptist church has been allowed a months vacation and will be off during the month of No vember While away ho will take a treatment for throat trouble It is not known yet who will fill the pulpit dur- Ing his absence Tho nine year old son of Zeb Hall of the Maretsburg neighborhood while running too near a moving train last Saturday stumbled foil and his foot was caught beneath a wheel so badly mashing his foot that amputation was necessary Drs Gravely and Carter of this place and Dr E J Drown of Stanford performed the operation Tho little fellow is doing nicely IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs P B Smalley wifo of the well known insurance man of Harrodsburg is deadCentral University defeated Morris Harvey College of West Virginia to 0 at foot ball Dr T L Gambling a prominent physician of Bumslde shot and instant ly killed Baliingcr Wright also of that placeMiss Mattie McCarley aged 31 died at her home near Lancaster of tuber culosis She leaves her mother Mrs Lizzie McCarlcy and two sisters Mrs John Slier of Lancaster and Mrs Joo Pettus of Springfield lion J T Williams Postmaster and ono of tho pioneers of London and Laurel county died at his home hereof organic heart disease lie had been suffering from this trouble for several years but slnco his return from the South recently where ho had been for several months ho had been able to go about Ills death was sudden and unexpected Mr Williams was 68 years old and had been a prominent factor in London and Laurel county for halt a century lie had held several positions including a term as Sheriff and ho served many years as Mayor of Lon don Hard Times In Kansas Tho old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten In the prosperous Kansas of today although a citizen of Codoll Earl Sham burg has not yet forgotten a hard tlmo ho encountered Ho says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than ono bottlo to completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and lung and throat healer over discovered Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store boo and 1 Trial bottlo free Mr Roosevelt could quench his thirst from a growler on tho steps of a W C gainMendsFairbanks cant have cocktails al though ho drinks none in his house without being nipped by all the of gossip So runs world awayN- Y A Card This Is to certify that all druggistS are authorized to refund your money If Foleys Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough huals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneu monia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine Is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pea- sn1 DrugStore NEWS NOTES Nelson A Randall editor of the Western Horseman died in Indian apolisTwentyfive persons were more or lose seriously injured at Erie Pa in a trolley car collision Cholera is reported to be rapidly In creasing in the Russian provinces of Kiev Chernigov and Ekatcrlnosiav A fall of slate in a coal mine at Portvlew Pa crushed a man and a young girl to death The girls mother was probably fatally Injured Thomas J OBrien the new American Ambassador presented his credentials to the Japanese Emperor at an audience in the palace at Toklo The trial of George A Pettlbone charged with complicity in the murder of former Gov Steunenburg was postponed at Boise until October 28 An automatic typewriter run by compressed air capable of writing 5000 to 10000 words per hour has been Invented by A McCall of Columbus 0 An international congress of ship owners of Great Britain and the continental countries was opened in London primarily to discuss tho labor question Preparations are being made for bor- Ing for oil near Uniontown Indiana oil men have leased thousands of acres of land in that vicinity and will make a thorough test of the field Tho will of Nelson Morris was offered for probate in Chicago restate is estimated not to exceed 20 000000 and of this amount more than 118000000 is in personal property Brooklyn Day at tho Jamestown Exposition was celebrated Tuesday The exercises were held in tho New York building where an oration was delivered by Justice William J Gaynor Three persons were instantly killed and two others perhaps fatally injured when an automobile was struck by an express tram on tho Philadelphia and Reading railroad at Pottstown Pa Fifteen or more persons were injured several of them seriously when a Metropolitan elevated train crashed into the rear of a South Side elevated train at State and Van Burcn streets Chi cagoThe State Racing Commission grant ed 16 days of additional racing to the Latonla Jockey Club which begun Wednesday and will continue to Nov 2 Tho dates were surrendered by tho Louisville Jockey Club The Court of Appeals decided that tho evidence in the damage suit filed by Mrs J B Marcumdid not implicate Alex Hargis and B F French in the murder of her husband and sustained tho verdict of the jury From 25 to 30 people dead 100 persona injured and every house in Fontanet Ind destroyed rendering 700 people homeless is the result of the explosion of tho mills of the Dupont Powder Company near Fontanet Frightened by her sister who entered her room at midnight with a sheet wrapped about her Clara Osgood liv- Ing near Ashland jumped from a sec ondStory window breaking her neck in tho fall and dying almost instantly Leroy C Harding alias Ed Blazer who has just completed n threeyear prison term in Ohio for spectacular financial operations has been rearrested and taken to Birmingham Ala to bo tried for offenses of tho same na tureMiss Suo C Nelson who was shot lost Christmas eve by her uncle Charles Stewart at Lexington because she allowed her sweetheart to remain too lato when ho called died from the wound Stewart is now serving a twoyear sen once at the Frankfort penitentiary but may be indicted again and tried for murder His Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is now 83 years old thrives on Electrlo Bit ters writes W D Brunson of Dub lin Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite fools strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electrlo Bit tors affect the aged and the samehap py results follow In all cases of female weakness and genoraldeblllty Weak puny children too are greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Penny the druggist boo Well little boy what do you want for Christmas Willie0h I guess Ill have an nautymobeel do golf championship ob de West a steam yacht an a option on do lake front an a pack o cigar oota tonksl 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 boon treated with Bucklena Arhlca Salve Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under Its healing Influence Guaranteed by Penny the druggist 2i3c t HUSTONVILLE W D Hockcr was at home from Ty rone several days Miss Emma Routen of Lexington is the guest of Miss Sallie Routen and sis terA large crowd attended the Thompson sale at Chilton and good prices pre vailed throughout Miss Hattie Lipps lost a handsome gold locket on Main street for the recovery of which she will give a reward There will be work in the second degree by the Masonic lodge here this evening A full attendance is requested by the Master The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will give a Halloen party on the evening of Oct 31 to which all church going people are invited An Avoirdupois Party with free refreshments will bo given by the ladies of the Baptist church this evening in the rooms opposite the opera house entranceDan and family of Stanford are visiting relatives here W G Rou ten and wife are visiting relatives in Harrodsburg The officers of the Presbyterian church are having installed in the church an uptodate furnace The class of Miss M Evans our talented teacher of voice culture dramat- Ic art and instrumental music will give a recital at Alcorns Opera House tonight 18th Miss Evans ls an artist of rare talent and a large crowd should greet her A carload of household and office goods has arrived and are being placed in the Newton building by the employees of tho Danville Scottsvillo Railroad Co General Manager Rodes office is being carpeted and will be ready for use by Saturday Hustonvllle is on a boom She is not only going to have a railroad but will have a Union Depot along with it Miss Jocelyn Price an architect of rare skill has the contract and if you will go to Alcorns Opera House on Saturday evening Oct 26 she will give you a first class view of the building Chief among the many good features of this new enterprise is the desire of the architect to give employment to our home people therefore only home talent will will bo employed Remember that you cat see the Union Depot by going to Al corns Opera Houso Saturday evening Oct 26 The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church induced Miss Price to take the contract and will give you the plans and specifications on application POLITICAL Congressman Slemp Virginias only republican in the Lower House at Washington Is dead The State Department has designator Algernon Sartoris of tho District of Columbia to be secretary of legation at Montevideo Mr Surtoris is the grandson of President Grant Judge linger and Congressman Stan lei spoke to a largo crowd at Hawes ville which taxed the capacity of the room They evoked much enthusiasm and have put the Democrats in that section in fine spirits Hon Charles Corroll in an address at Carrollton replied to a recent speech of exGov Bradley in Gicensburg in which Mr Bradley discussed alleged printing graft during the administration of Gov Beckham A constitutional amendment will be voted on at tho coming election mak- Ing the payment of poll tax a requisite for voters The faulty drafting of tho measure would probably render it a nullity even should it be adopted Judge Stout refused to grant the Injunction prayed by W C Eversole who asked a mandamus to compel the Secretary of State to put his name on the official ballot as the republican candi date for Commonwealths Attorney of the 33rd judicial district The act cre ating tho district was held to be constf tutional Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33 Years- I have been aftlicted with sore eyes for 33 years Thirteen years ago I became totally blind and was blind for six years My eyes were badly Inflam ed Ono of my neighbors Insisted up on my trying Chamberlains Salved gave mo half a box of It To my surprise It healed my eyes and my sight camo back to moP C Earls Cynthlana Ky Chamberlains Salve U for sale by all druggists TilE Court of Appeals holds that a stockholder can nut be compelled to pay taxes upon the premium on stocks quoted above par when the stock is that of a corporation paying taxes on the fair market value of the stock The opinion was handed down In a suit brought by an Auditors agent at Owensboro The number of dead as a result of the powder mill explosion at Fontanet Ind is placed at 38 The town is now uader martial law r=THEATRE TALK NO211It pays to wait after all for the good comes in time even in the youhaveMonte Cristo which comes to town pretty soon Is a play that can be seen again and again by those who have souls to feel the spell of real l romantic drama IT RANKS AS DRARealI RICALHISTORYbothartisticallyJJ1411U nomenal success throughout the entire world and will live in the annals of the stage as one of the high est examples of dramatic literature HOWEVER MERITORIOUS A PLAY WITHOUT AN INTELLIGENT CAST an artistic and effective production is impossible No pains or expense has been spared to get the best Young bright intelligent resourceful actors have been selected in each instance with express reference to adaptability to the parts assigned them 1GORGEOUS SCENICPOWERFUL REVIVAL of MaODRAMA r Jv t1 a r Ykh1 w L 7 THREE IIThe 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 anything new and they pass their verdict promptly and infallibly ANYTHING THAT GOOD BECOMES AND NOTHING POPULAR CAN ISThe Verdlct of the peopleGOODa mistake Newspaper advertis I ing will induce the readers te try anything thats advertise4oDce- MERIT DOES THE REST A shining example of this principle that of the romantic play Monte Cristo which will be presented ia 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 First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Imtltutlon was originally Ubllihea as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1158 then reorganized ai the National Bank of Stanford In 1888 and again reorganlred as the First National Bak of Stanford la 1683 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Officers J S BOOKER Prest S T HARRIS V Pre 11 MoBOBKBTB Ohr W B WEABENAsst Ohr Jt Reid DanTllle T Harris Stanford J 8 Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford S B Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Bubble I B Banghman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford the Lincoln eounty national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORSI J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wayneaburg Ky Books Wall Paper 1FoorW B McRoberts Directors DRUGGIST 1 STANFOHD 11 PHBBOIOL BUpervUioa given to allPrcriptIODItoDlPOttadtd i The Interior Journal B C WALTON JOHN J MOSER for JlIer of count Is ft candIdate lableet to the action of the lemocrRtlo petty I M BRUCE II a candidate for latter of Lincoln count nbject to the action of the 1emocra- partr 4 n JAMES Co HAYS tandhlRtl for JRt4Jr of il1coln count Is a Vemocrllt 0thesubject to the acllob qf Fpan DC ALLEN candidate for Auestor of coun Ii a Democraticto the action of the partycDemocratic Ticket For U S SenatorJ C W Beck ham For GovernorS V Hagcr For Attorney GeneralJohn K Hendricks For State Superintendent Schools M O WinfreyIFor Commissioner of Agriculture J W NewmanIGovernor South TrimbleIFor Auditor H M Bosworth of State Hubert VreelandIFor TreasurerRuby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For of Lincoln counI tyW H ShanksIThe Court House Bond Issue To those who have within recent years taken even a passing notice of the court house and the public records that are lodged in its vaults there is scant necessity of any further evidence of the urgent need for a new building For the benefit however of those to whom this opportunity has not been given it may not be amiss to call attention to a few of the many reasons that favor the bond issue which is to r be submitted to the voters on Nov 7 To that class composed of men who are willing to hear or to examine and to decide in fairness this statement is directed Much comment has been in dulged in about the condition of the building some serious some frivolous but at no time has it been denied that the necessities of public service have long since outgrown the conditions which the present structure was designed to meet In the office of the county clerk which contains records of laid titles made since Kentucky was a district of Virginia mould and insects have been jr at work on papers that constitute the bulwark of every land title in this and many adjoining counties The shelves constructed before real estate transfers became frequent in fact before many had been made at all were filled several years ago and the fiscal court was forced to answer the demand for combined desk andmore room by a book case in the center of the vault that occupies onehalf of the entire floor space This case is already filled the shelf room is exhausted and the record books may be found begging for space The department assigned the preservation of all State papers the records which disclose the action of fiduciaries their expenditures and receipts their settlement of the estates f that have come into their hands now affords no space for the keeping ot the file boxes without which these loose pa pers can not be preserved beyond a few weeks The lists taken by the county assessor are piled in heaps at the top of the vault and fill the whole space between the top and the floor of the upper rooms In fact the office is filled to overflowing its records being lost and decaying for want of a suitable receptacle and the office will soon be of little value as a storehouse of priceless public records Conditions in the office of the circuit clerk where the records of all impor tant litigation are supposed to be preserved are with the exception of the one fact that the vault is not quite so full worse than those which exist in the office of the county clerk There the suits that have determined controverted land titles and every oth er debatable question are in a state of rottenness that is fairly appalling It is safe and conservative to say that mere language can not convey a full conception of conditions that exist Fif teen minutes look will convince the most skeptical of the extreme hazard of permitting these papers to mould and disintegrate as they are now However much the builders of that office may be condemned criticism can not alter the fact that the work of destruction is progressing with alarming rapidity among the records On Monday last the circuit clerk exhibited to many in quirers the records of actions that had gone oft the docket just one year ago Those who doubt the report that is current may go and see for themselves these file boxes now only one year old with the ends almost rotted away and insects crawling among the papers that fill the box The dampness and ill ventilation is such that in a year these pal pore written witha record typewriter ribbon have become damp and soft hand the writing has faded very perceptibly In the circuit court room the plastering has fallen in many places and the danger of injury from that menace is constant The roof isl defective and cm not be repaired except at an cx horbitant cost and the cupola is rotten t3 the core Expert carpenters who have been directed by the circuit court to examine that part of the building report thht the great beam which sup ports clock and cupola may be punct ured by an ordinary pocket knife to the depth of three or four inches without effort and have given their opinionI that the house is in danger of yielding to some slight storm A few months ago the resistive powers of the cupola was such that a sharp wind stopped the clockThe county court room and offices are in little better condition and the whole structure has been condemned several times by both carpenters and grand ju ries Thero is not only dearth of room for the records but dearth of office room the county being forced to rent at an aggregate cost of 350 per year offices for the school superintendent sheriff county attorney and master commissioner The law requires that these officers be provided with offices in the court house yet such provision cnn not be made The cost of renting their offices is sufficient to pay the interest In 6000 for a year at the rate provided for the bond issue Every grand jury to whose notice the condition of the building has been callI ed has without dissenting voice condemned it as dangerous and thoroughly unsuited to public use The members have made personal examination and had before them skilled carpenters who know what the danger is and their judgment has never been questioned- In truth to deny the need of the gen rallpublic for a new building is like denying the necessity for food and raiment IHow then can the bonds bo paid 1 This query can be answered by a brief review of thefinancial history of the county and a glance at its present con ditionIn the county was indebted for turnpike building to the extent of 25 000 To this was added the debt contracted when the free turnpike system was inaugurated which placed the aggregate debt at approximately 90000 Today the public debt is about 33000 and when the taxes for the present year have been collected the county will be enabled through the tax and sums now in the sinking fund to reduce this debt to not more than 22250 On the first day therefore of the next year the county will have resting upon it obligations less than 25000 in amoUI1tI50 cents in 1900 50 cents in 1901 47 cents in 1902 47 cents in 1903 45 cents In 1904 42 cents in 1905 40 cents in 1906 42 cents in 1907 48 cents It will bo seen that the average levy during this period is 45 8100 cts Outof this levy the current expenses have been paid implements with which to work the roads have been procured and more than 65000 of the debt which the county had 10 years ago will have been discharged the first day of next JanuaryOut the 48cent levy for the present year 2 cents is to be used in paying for the firs l half of the cost of constructing a new turnpike in the South ern end of the county and we have the assurance of the county attorney that the levy will be less next year than it is nowWhen it is observed that a debt of 65000 has been discharged in 10 years with an average tax rate of 45 8100 cents the proposition to create a debt of only 35000 to be paid in 20 years can have no terrors to the hearts of even the most parsimonious The bondissue should it seems receive the support of every man who realizes the economy of public improvements and who feels a pride in the ap pearancelmade by public buildings it deserves the approval of every man who feels that his wealth consists inland values and knows that land titles are insecure in the present place of deposit it demands the vote of every business man who knows that a 10000 business cannot be conducted in a 10 house and who therefore confesses that a court house such as that which stands today on the public square falls far short of meeting the needs of a county worth over 8000000- It enlists the sentiment of every man blushes with shame at the sneers with which posterity must greet the present generation should the legacy of the old court house be left to insult tho eye jeopardize the title to property and endanger the life of its occupants- If we leave to the coming generation an inheritance of property saved by opposition to a few cents of tax of what value will that inheritance be If- therecord of the title by which it is heldlor the will by which it is devised is lost or worn past recognition Rath er leavelhinvalong with the heritage of private estate an inheritance of fit public buildings and if need be an inheritance of small public debt that he may see the benificence of his father manifested both in a private estate and thepublic place where it may be pre The INTERIOR JOURNAL is no stranger in this county It has grown into mature years with the people whose mit fortunes and fortunes alike it has shar ed It has long since come to realize that its interests are inseparably linked with thoso of the people it serves and and it could not afford should it feel the desire to urge a measure that would work injury to the public and ultimately to itself Its methods and course are known to all who have look ed at its columns and seen them for years the strong assurance of steadfast purpose to serve the ends of its estab lishmentIt been conservative and economical throughout cautious of incurring hazardous obligations and ready to take full grasp of every good opportunity That it may have made mistakes there is no denial but that they have involved others in disaster no man can say It has been and still is slow to urge others to venture into unknown or doubtful enterprises and its earnest advocacy of the measure which has been offered by the fiscal court has been withheld until investigation has revealed tho imperative nature of tho demand and the ease with which it can be met In the light of the fact that its investigations have revealed it can see no other sano course than that which leads to the YES on the bond issue part of tho ballot Notice To Our Customers We arc 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 wo recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store iAn adjournment of the Standard Oil hearing in New York will be taken next Friday for a month Frank 0 Kellogg counsel for the Government has asked William G Rockefeller to testify prior to this adjournment POSTED We whole name appear below strictly forbid hunting sting Oran kind of tres passing on our places und will prosecute vi olator to the full extent of the law Fred VonOruenlgan Kelchenbach Bro KreUVonAllman AVonOruenlgnt- Fred Uaumann Ueorgo Holmes E Holchenbacb llnllou- A U MJ Hofruniin Ubrl Jacob M D Klmorv David Htepbens Mary llolimann L Nuunelley J w Uuughman Christina a ray son J a Carpenter Jacob Jesswelu Hani Dmneron MrMJAshlock 000orer Fred Handorf MrsMlendleton W L Uoafier J Nevln Carter Peter Hatiner J B Camenlsch Oreen Kerrlll W It Dougherty J E Bruce Dink Farmer Anderson Carr JO Hpratt J K Cover W K Amon JAVFeak II KMartin Messer 4 Paxton W G W P Martin Rninuel Lindsay M KOordler Moses Berry Alex cooper Irs AIrs Walter Warren Mn tattle White Blmpson Bros Tlnslcy Hpoonamore P W Carter Hen P Martin M F Lawrence Reuben Curtis JH llocker JMItettus TAlllce Morgan Chappell Amandt HchaefTer Crave Notice of Election I term Lincoln countylcalCOW held April tIW1llon ing with the following Justices of the Peace towlt W1 WulllnJ A Dudder or W M Vudderllr and ii K Adams It Will moved by Justice W M Duddnrar and seconded by Justice W lJ Wallln that the following action be taken by this court The grand jury of Lincoln county at Its Kebruary term of the Lincoln circuit court having recommended a new court house for Lincoln county and It appearing to the satisfaction of this court court house now In use Is unsafe and Inad equate for the publlo convenience and pre ervation of the Iubllo Records It Is ordered und adjudged that the sum of thirtyfive thousand dollars be suggested as the sum ecessnry to build a new court house und It Is further ordered that an election be held and a opened at the several voting reclnctsln Lincoln County on Tuesda November S till the of the next general election at which the appropriation above suggested shall be to the legal voter of Lincoln county for their approval rejectionThe of Lincoln county Is directed to advertise said election for ut least thirty day next before the day thereof In the In terior Journal being the only newspaper published In Lincoln county and tho odd cerl of election are directed to hold the election between the same hours that they are required to hold elections forcoun ty officers which election shall be held and comlucteu In all respects as required bY th general election law In force In this Slat at the time the same Is held The Clerk of the Lincoln court shall cause to be printed on the Utnclal ullots to be used In election the word Rnd IIgurel Are you In favor of on appro rlatlon of 135000 for building a new Court Jlou8e for LIncoln County and have two spaces the right of right sumo one for voter favoring the appropriation to be des fated by the word Yew and one for vo terl oppoMllig the appropriation to be dellg nated by the word o And said Clerk shall said ballots In Ill other re spect as required by Hectlon of the Kentucky Statues In the event the requslte number of legal voter of Lincoln county vote In favor of said appropriation It Is ordered that thus court cause of Lincoln county to the amount of to be prepared execut ed and Issued on printed forms under the seal of the county to be signed by the Ccun Judge of Lincoln County Court and countersigned by the Clerk of laud Court payable to bearer at Lincoln County Na tional of Stanford Kentucky which bonds shall not bear greater rate of Inter est than four percent payable semiannual at Lincoln County National Hank of Stanford and Interest coupons shall be attached to said bonds signed by the Clerk of the Lincoln County Court said bonds shall be Issued In three series towltt Herles A Berles and Series O Series A em ten thousand dollars of wild bonds ofirles H consisting of ten thousand dollar of Ltd bonds Ihal consIst of twenty bonds for the sum of 5uu and numbered from to 40 and Herles 0 embracing fifteen thous and dollar of wild bonds shall consist of thirty toads of each and numbered from 40 to 70 The bonds embraced In Series A shall be redeemable the pleasure of the Court In and after seven years from the date of paablotenbraced In Herles BshuUbe redeemable at the pleasure of the Court on and after ten year from date of their Issue and duo and payable fifteen year from the said date bonds umbrae d In Series C Illal be redeemable at the pleasure of the Court on and after fifteen year from the paYRblotwent1earaA copy attest By E D PeunlDftoH COOS PER01erk No charge for examInAtion ouclCntllllal ly testing eyes uptodate method Pre scription glasses ground to set In any style f mint or mountings work and material guaranteed atlsfactory charges moderate Ierlllanenth ItwAIllln Central Telephone llulldlng Huilonvllle Ky L l1OWELI0- rndunled Optometry Good Business for Sale My property and general stock of mir l0 once and dve Jan let or sooner For further roUlslon wrlteor come to see m- eNitiKxm MarksburyKy FOR SALE FIftslx lIr of Ilsntireland ill 1ln ruin county oh time Shelby City and Dim vlllo t Manfiml short pjke him al out U hurts in fine locust jots is at press lIlt In cultivation U a lime tract of hind and for u small farm lull on or address W M 1 COM Junction City Ky Joseph 3244 Vol Is bred and hal been accepted for rcff lutrylnthe tlrst volume of The Amrllt11I Tamworth Hwlno llevonl A oclatlon lfe under time rulesof the nitoclatlon and beNoCllasabove 11 Hire Kdwanl No Hire of Hire IIIIe HlreCdnndlil Oil Hire of hull Kentucky Hoy No 17M dam ot dam Gohten lha s No l It Is well known that the Tamworth Hwln Is the AWIU oil the market Ills IdwnnlwelgbllNatIemirsold for fts his dlllll Alnnlldnl bAl old or 11110 HII wellhUMllt months H crooteii well with every I will stand him at Ii cash JOHN COOK Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE AI nhlllnlltnitor of Joph Cone I wl1 nellat outcry at his into fonne a Moreland beginning at Vii A M on KM DAY OCT S6 1W7 The following described property 0year old work mule good brood mars Nye old and In foal to Jock pair 1yearold work mules hands high and good workers I 6 work mull It hlllldl high workl- well1ltood 5yearold Family hone work liny where I or fatuity and work horse boar end several brood l uiidrattleaUuKiund cat loslft sold before tiny of sale 1ui bales of Timothy tiny tit bales of wheat straw IcH sales of niniw uo bushels of clean or chard grass seed rubber tired buggy Rood is new new buckboard road cart to horse wagons j wagon weds t good hay hat pr ss turning rloWiIKerlng Hinder good 11 new l IIW cutting box never In used 2 sets of bug Ky harness Itl of wagon harness istockof scales saddle and sonny otber things too tedious to mention Terns made known on dayof sale TO English Aucr RAIC1IOLPU Oovrrr AdmrJos Ctoffey Moreland K Notice of Election Itfgular term of the Lincoln county conrt heUIMoiiduj HeptPbUTpresent In the matter of the application of the citizens of Klngsville graded school At the last regular term of this court held signed h rhontnonJWActon II M V Btephen lOon I M Thompson win llogue leeks It M Hlgney W CUyo U Ann W W Walter J L Johnson K W Cif Igh ton L M HweeneyTllaggurilWGooch llowanl Allen hick Hatter Itob Hutlth A Morris Wall George Ktgney Henry Leach David lUcks G II Cannon W Murphy WI ludllanUIlh1lsPO Jnk Ins AHinglelont1VMSingleton T H Taylor Vanllook J It McKee J II IfcKec Ii loochihllDelaney Ii1Baugh C lIur hvAFrancis JA Hart Dan Hester H II floods O L 1urllh Chrl Hoard Seorge hooch A hooch Wm Jlobertl J F Stull war tiled In open court before It O Warren Judge of wild court asking that a Graded Common Hcbool District be established with boundary HI follows nt John B McKea Included ed thence to Mrs Sarah J Austin place III eluded thence to W M Hague Included thence to JWGOoch place Included thencv thence to IrsSnIlleMullns place thene to mile post No laT on the CrJO hT 1ItH thence to the old tester or Hunterpluce included thence to O L Heiueley Included thence to D A Rlngleton Included thence to How rdBweney Included thence to J Hlullexcludde thence tot M Power place now W G hllKRftrdiexcluded thence to n mile N lill on t eCNOTP1LBthencetoJlqe- grors place excluded thence to J Ket I beginning And It appearing to the court that all of tho sold petitioners am legal voters and rei ants od taxpayers In the said proppo ed Graded Common School wnofXingn IllcaSown In the1Enpea burg 3fagllterlalNo L i and that theft for the Chooo Is tint Klnrvllle hool house located In Kinget Lincoln imity Kyl certllll to buand I not ox ceedlngtng XH mill from any portion of tho boundary of the prodosed district An It further appearing that a majority of the trustees In each of the common school districts embraced In whole or In part In said Graded Common school district hove consented to the establishment of the said Graded Common Hchool District- idhaveendorsed their consent In writing upon said petition and It further appear 2ng Limper U ten d ent of common schools In county has consented to the establishment of the said district and has endorsed hi- snsentinwriting upon the said petition as provided by law And this the said petitioners appeared Jn court und the Court being sun ndudgedUT1IBlordered and d rede 0 a opened In the town of Klngl11 Ky ant an to be held there on the Wth day of October 1W7 being more than 40 the niter the entry of this order to take sense of the legal white voters In sold pro Graded Common School 1Itrlct- etherthereshall bo levied and collected an tax of cent proposedGraded pertyassessedIn sold Common belonging to the whlto voter and corporation for the pur of a Oommon- School In the said propoledUrndedOoll1mon Baboo District and purpose erecting suitable buildings therefor an pro vlded by the common school law of said election will cause the to ofvotelamo provIded by the Thu onleers of election will make duo return of tho result of said election at once A Copy Attest OKO B COOPKK Clerk By E D Pennlngton U O I T1hilt of Lincoln county hereby certify that the foregplnff order was to me Goo H oooperOIerkof the Lincoln County Court wherefore directed same to be pub lIlhed In the IITralan JOURNAL a semi newspaper In Lincoln- ntyKY nkly and compliance therewith I wlll open the poll In KlngMlHo Ky In the above named on the day and date named In order for the purpole or take 01 the Votenol on th5 question of establishing a Graded Com mon OI1on WJLhanT1 Ii1LLtilt o September Sheri UOatl J i Y SEE THEMThey are Perfect Paintings Those Beau tiful Brown Grey and Black Suits No bet ter Tailoring no better Styles can be pro duced 10 15 1750 and 2000 H J McflOBBRTS 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 youPENNYS1 DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Banzai Tooth Powder j Is Hard to Beat 1 Try Its Only 25ICen- tsSTANFORD tr t DRUG oeIi I When You Think Underwear For men women and children think of our excellent stock from children garments at lOc to the fine wool or Balbriggau at 81 CO Buy your un derwear eorlos some of the staple lines ore already getting scarce We If handle thoClScl Snug and Oncitfi for ladies BTANPOUR KY OCT lR IBO WHEN you want to make your soled Uon from largest and most upto date lino of post cards RO to Pennys Drug Store t PERSONALS L It IIUOHEa was In Mt Vernon Tucs day REV J L YANDLE was In Lexington ifthis weekIW T SMITH has returned from Lexington JUDGE R C WAIWEN Is still unable to bo at his once MR LEE UUPLEV Is clerking for Cummins McClnry Mu J L BBAZLEY was In Loulsvlllo this week buying goods JUIXJB M C SAUFLEY is suffering with an nbccts on his foot Mug CURTIS GovEnof Crab Orchard was here Wednesday shopping Mn W B Moss of Garrard took yesterdays train for Mlddlcsboro II CLAY RUPLEY In spent a few days In Lexington with friends MR C M YOUNG wife and children of Highland went to Loulsvillo Tucs spend several days 1jMns B W PENNINOTON and baby of Danville are tho guest of Mr T M Pennlngton and family W B WEAKEN came homo from the South to attend the burial of his broth Wcaren todayI cr GoorgoBarnes MESSRS G L PENNY J T and S J Embry Jr and J F Cummins at tended ho Lexington trots Tuesday DR J F PEYTON J G Carpenter Steele Bailey and E J Brown attended tho meeting of tho State medical association In Louisville MR J B PAXTON went to Richmond Wednesday to act as special judge In a cue tho regular judge was Interested In but both sides were not ready and the COM was continued WE aro sorry to give UP Mr J M Lovell and family of the Sauflcy section They have moved to Shatter Ky and we commend them to the good people of that community MR S II ALDRIDGE was up In Madi son doing tinning and plumbing Wednesday I Madison county people know who to send for when they want good work In Mr Aldridges line done I LOCALS t Go to the Misses VanDeveer for styl- Ishi and uptodate millinery LOST In or near Stanford black leather hand bag containing deposit check for 860 some cash spectacles etc Reward This office partment In the rear of our and will do your work with neatness I and dispatch Cook Farmer FOR RENT rooom in Central Kentucky town Especially adapted for restaurant but good for any kind of merchandise business Living rooms above Apply or write to this office Mn W T SMITH gathers up and delivers laundry for tho Stanford Laun dry Co Ho makes a tour of the town each Monday and Wednesday morning but should ho robs you phono to tho laundry and he will call on you I ENGINEER BOHLEN who was badly hurt in the Cedar Creek wreck died of his injuries Fireman Bqdon who was also hurt will got well his doctors think RA Nelson the brakeman who died a few hours after his Injury worked on tho cut whero tho hemp tow er now stands some six months ago 14 DR STEELE BAILEY has sold to Dr R L Perry of Foxtown Madison county his home in town and 98 acres of land in the suburbs for 11500 Possession will bo given in a few weeks Dr Bailey will move to Robinson Utah much to the regret of his many friends hero Dr Perry stands well in his county and a hearty welcome will be extended him here TilE democrats of Lincoln county would like to hear a speech from Sena tor McCreary in this campaign No man in the State Is better loved by our people than is the Senator and the an of an appointment for him tnsuro an Immense outpour Cant he treat us to an dyedinthewool demo- craticspeech in the next week or so 7 For democracys sake let him do so THE most fastidious can not kick on this delightful Fall weather BUY holcproof hosiery Guaranteed for six months without a hole Cum mlns McClary JUST rcclevcd a l lineof stoves and ranges Call and ace them and get prices G Singleton Graded School will bo held Oct 26 a JAMBS MEREDITH sold to A B and A J Miracle of Laurel county his farm of of 153 acres on Green river for 1400 Possession Jan 1st Tile Kentucky Real Estat Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices STAMPING Now is the best time to got your work done before tho Christmas rush 216 East Lexington St with Mrs Anderson Martha A Kendrick Danville ED WILKINSON caught in Green river Wednesday a 9fpound channel cat fisl and a GI pound bass At least that ill what ho telephoned to his brother Booker Wilkinson SENATOR JAms B MCCREARY and non J A Sullivan will speak at Lancaster on Oct 28th In the interest or tho democratic ticket Go and hear the distinguished Senator and attorney 1140 Lexington and return via Queen Crescent route from Junction City Ky Oct 818 good returning Oct 19U account of Kentucky Trots For in formation auk Agents or write II C King G P A Lexington Ky DROWN is tho ra this The choice Suits Hats Vests TitS 0 WO are showing in this popular color all to match would make you covetous Let us show you the very newest what they are wearing In the cities NOW Cummins McCIary MR J HocsERwhe went to South Yarmouth Mass a few days ago In the interest of the Cumberland Val Icy Land Co did not effect a silo of tho valuable mountain land owned by that company but he thinks he will do so in a few weeks- I OR one of my deputies will be at the following places to collect tax Waynesburg Friday Oct 18 Kings ville Saturday Oct 19j McKinney Wednesday Oct 23 Moreland Thurs day Oct 24 Hustonville Saturday Oct 26 Remember the penalty is add ed now Nov 1st Dont let it cats you T J Hill sheriff UNION DEPOT Under the auspice of tho Ladies Aid Society of the Hus tonvillo Christian church tho Unto evening Oct 26 Miss Jocelyn Price who so successfully conducted the entertainment here will have charge or tho one at Hustonville which mean that it will be perfect in every detail Tile Hustonvillo correspondent of the Louisville Post telegraphs that paper Judge linger will carry this county by 250 majority which is the lowest esti mate wo havo heard but the predictioi isnt so bad coming from a republican paper which usually claims tho earth and tho fullness thereof The dispatch adds that Mr Shanks candidacy wil greatly help tho democratic ticket which is true if not new THOMPSON Mrs F L Thompson mother of Mrs L R Hughes of this place died at her home at Mt Vernon Wednesday afternoon after a long ill ness of stomach trouble The funeral occurred at tho Christian church at that place yesterday afternoon Mrs Thompson was Miss Alza Fish and she is survived by her husband and six children Her mother is also living May Ho Who tempers the wind to the shorn lamb givo them all comfort and strength in their dark hour of trouble Mrs Thompson had been a member of the Christian church for many years and was a most excellent woman She will bo sadly missed in her home town where everybody knew and loved her Much sympathy Is felt for the bereaved ones by their many friends In this county Mrs Julia Hughes Miss Sarah Baughman and Mr L R Hughes wore among those who attended the funeral from here TUESDAY OCT 22 Wo will havo on display at our store a manufacturers line of Cloaks and Suits This will bo a splendid opportunity for you to select something differ ont in a Coat or Suit The variety will be largo and up to the finest goods to bo found in city stores Remember one day only TUESDAYnext OCT 22 II SEVERANCE SON STANFORD drWE ttnouncement decldIIn Orr WHEN it comes to Beauty SaUsCac1 tlon and Durability our heating stovesI have no equal Coo D Hopper Tim L N will sell roundtrip tickets to the Lexington trots bcglnnini today till Oct 18 inclusive at 2 I MUST have tho INTERIOR JOURNAL writes M D Wall of Banford this State as ho encloses 2 in payment for It IK you want to see a good show mako your arrangement to bo present at the Monte Cristo engagement at Walton Opera House Friday evening Oct 25 MONEySupt Garland Sb leton will bo In his office tomorrow Saturday to pay the county teachers money If you are a pedagoguo come in and get your dough Tim children officers and teachers of the Methodist church are requested to meet at 8 oclock instead of 9 at tho church Saturday morning 19th with their lunch baskets to go chests hunting FINE FARM R SALe1 have n splendid farm of about 200 acres for sale It is well improved watered fenced and all necessary outbuildings Apply to J A Rice Moreland Ky R F D No1- FsTltAYElrindlr o carting hclfc came to my place two months ego also black heifer with frost bitten ears came two weeks ago Owner can get them by paying for their keep and this notice A M Feland AT the btrJOE Lynn yes terday the farm was taken down at 70 Feeding cattle sold at 421 yearlings 390 calves 1450 hay 70c In barn farming Implements sold well A big crowd was present and bidding spo Ited I WILL have y raping patterns in Severance Sons store New patterns and flosses will arrive in a few days and you are invited to call and aee them Have your towels sheets nnd pillow cases stamped now for Christ mas Miss Maggie Bright FOR SALEA neew tarction engine one separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with SOOOC feet of logs to saw at 50c per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on account of ill health All this machinery is comparatively new and cost about 3000 It can be bought for a very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky YOUNG ladieswith ambition should learn telegraphy Under tho new 8 hour law which goes into eflec next March over 18000 additions telegraphers are required by tho Rail roads in the 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 t the National Telegraph Institute Cincinnati Ohio WEAKEN At 450Wednesday after noon in St Joseph Hospital Lexington Mr George flames Wearens spin passed into tho great beyond Ho had been in feeble health for a long time laving been operated on for gall stone in April past The operation seemingly benefited him but soon afterwards his stomach began to trouble him and be grew worse and worse At the advice of physicians Mr Wearen was taken to the above hospital and was operated or about a week ago It did not help him however and tho end came peacefully at the hour above stated Deceased was about 30 years old and leaves a wire father mother two sisters and two brothers Ho had been a devout member of the Presbyterian church lace his childhood and ho was in every way prepared for the end Mr Wearen frequently spoke of dying and always expressed his willingness to meet his Maker The remains arrived here from Lexington yesterday afternoon and short funeral services will bo held at the homo of his parents Mr and Mrs G D Wearen 3 P M today after which all that Is mortal of the splendid young man will be laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery May the sod lie gently on his grave BrownJames C highly respected Union veteran died at his homo in London of a complication of diseases He was J9 years old He had been a cripple for several years and was unable to walk A Criminal Attack- on an Inoffensive citizen Is frequent ly made in that apparently useless little tube called tho 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 bowqls 25c at Pennys Drug Store The suspension of the firm of Gross Kleeburg brokers and members of the New York Stock Exchange was announced on tho floor of that exchange AiR PARKERS BALSAM mean bMntlflu th tub ITnmtM taiurluil gnnrth Htrtr Fill to amore flair to Its Youthful Col- orMssodLutn liUlcg ANNOUNCEMENT Circumstances over which I have no control compel me to move to a different ell innte I therefore oUer for rent my dcilrnlili fnnn of tU near tour miles from Danville Iniul very productive In hlKli stale of cul llvntlon every convenience for comfort and prom for flvo years cash treni s mlnnulI securely to the right IIInn xviilsellstorstorkcrornnJ fixtures to renter lon nt onco T A IIIIADLKY Danville Ky Fruit and Orna mental Trees p Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden employ no agents Cat nlogue on application II F HlLLESMEYKR tC SON- SLexington Ky HENRY WATTERSON PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journa BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democrat In all things fair in all thing clean In all things it ii essentially a family paper Dr a ipeclal Arrangement we are enabled to fer the WEEKLY COUBIEBOURNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the combination to usnot tc tbe CourlerJou roe PUBLIC SALE of Fine Horses Wednesday Nov 6 Having rented my farm I will offer at public llill 60 Richly Bred Saddle anc Harness Horses Includ ing 5 Stallions The Btnlllons are Dorney Goldiluit General Hlmmoni 81W7 Lincoln Chief 33M and two lull brothers to Jack ODlnraondi A Gelding and two road morel that show Three matched tennis 15 brood COIUieldtnglmttarold ones ken een yearling stallion colt 6 by coney Qoldduit of standardbred mares All and by such stal Ions aallotseyGolddustLincoln Chief a Ion of Bourbon R ion ofOnmbettn Wllkes Quasi nn imported Trench Coacher Paragon a son of Jay Bird and out of the bet bred mares for both harness and saddle purposes and pro ven Possessing the blood of Dorsey Golddust Alllewood Htrntumoro lombottft Wilkes O Y01a lIn Mimic Occllllan Chief KingOurtieAbdal lah Messenger Chief Atmont Etc Also two tine Jacks one and three years old four young mules and a few good Jer keys and horthorns This stock will be told at my farm sX mllei Htinford on Huitonvllle turn pike In Lincoln county Ky on the Knox ville branch of the L A N 5 miles from MoKlnney on the QGit It 7 miles from Junction 01tYttbe crossing of the L Nt and tbe u Catalogues will be ready Oct 16th FREID Danville Ky When You Think Shoes and Rubbers j For Men Women and Children think of our excellent stock Our stock isilarger and tile variety is greater on all grades and as a consequence our j trade especially on fine goods is much larger Let us show you tho new snappy styles t South East Corner Main arid 11 Depot StreetsII New Goods and Newf PricesO- ur Winter lino of Comforts and Blankets has arrived Baby Caps of nil kindsSilk Yarn and Bear Skin Let us dress the little ones for you Mufflers and Gloves are now in demand We are ready to supply each and every one TRIBBLE HUGHES Goods Notions Shoes jDry Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI Winter Shoes Never have we exercised such care in buying Shoes as we have this season We have bought from the best shoe manufacturers in the country and as to wearing qualiI ties they can not be excelled We have a large 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 Law Honest Mike Are two good ones for rough wear Remem ber them when in need of strong Shoes W E Perkins Cr The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is off on prices at the at Huston ville We are price fightersi Your If Lid Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected the cream of the market for you Come and be convinced in this line We undersell everybody CLOAKSLadies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality nnd price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all We carry a general lino Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If 01 have never worn a pair of Shoes I dont wonder that you have been disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our and Winter stock is now full andcomplete Como and inspect our stock I know I can do you gaod Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Prize Fighter Economist Cook Stoves are SOLID IKentucky CAST I Which means that they are durable eMw Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky The Interior Journal Entered in the PotlOffiee at Stanford Iteconddati matter VUBUBHBD TOBflDJLTrS AMD TKtDA loT 100 FEfl YEAR CASH wheD sot so paid 1200 will be charged p L N TIME TABLE No Houthll iSlplt No sa nonth itao P No 14 North 4aa A x No M North 217 P x JOS 8 RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney FBOFBIKTOB Livery Feed and SAle Stable Lancaster Ky NOTICEAny Stretcher on Newland at Stanford He has one he wIll show you and take your order and will nit the same on ihortJnoUce 13T LUNSFORD NOTICE I Olympian Springs situated 0 miles Bout of SlcKlnney a station on the O 8 11 t pIke on iiwhichnow open tor the them Liver Kidney Rlndderand all Stomach and Bowel Troubles Rheumatism B specialty reasonable rates For partlcu lari and terms address F M SIMS Pror RF D Box S3 Uustonvllle Ky B D CARTER Now Livery DopotStreetPhone 961- STANFORDKENTUCKYr A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKYc Office over McRoberts Drug Store it the Owsley Building The Fisher Hotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lancaster street between and town K wile from Halt Sulphur Welliame distance from Brown SprIngs and cool comfortable rooms Hate r per seek INSURANCE Fire Lightning WindStorm Life and Accident the BTHONQE8T anti BEST Represented Lowest Pos tlble Rates Guaranteed Loss Paying Rec rdlUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing sib acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upto date and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next Co days J cash bal For further inance to suit purchaser formation in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Omce Phone Home Phone 83 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture Mat ngsRugs They willjexchange Furniture for illJKinda of Stock Give Tkelle a Call Prices Right TARND I KENTUCKY I r FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE 11f4 pound cattl Dr Hugh Reid Stanford WANTED50 carloads of good tim cthy hay S W Burke Junction Cit Ky The pacing stallion Kruger went a mile under tho saddle at Lexington in 212Highball won the McDowell Stake at Lexington Wednesday defeating a good fieldSonoma Girl won the Transylvania Stakes at Lexington distancing the fieldFOR SALE18 or 20 75 to 100pour shoats Good stock J M Reynold Waynesburg FOR SALEI0 or 15 sows and pig also a fine milk cow M J Hoffman Moreland Ky John R Thomas sold his farm of 144 acres in Montgomery county to J W Napier for 937950 FOR SALE31 calves good stock L P Nunnelley R F D Lancaster or H C Ingram Pulaski Ky FOR SALE48 good feeding cattle also some choice Polled Durham bull and heifers A W Carpenter More land 4t FOR SALEA 3000 pound pair of oxen 13 800pound yearlings and 28I hogs Call and see them T B HamI monds Stanford LOSTAged black cow fat slightly sunburned dehorned weigh about 1001 pounds Left Miss Mary Pepples Re ward M S Peyton FOR SALEFirst class two year ok Jersey bull noted milk family Year ling Aberdeen Angus bull thoroughbred Durocs Both sexes Junctior City Exchange No 82 rings 5t 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 Ky 3t Mr J L Bruce of this county sole his farm of 180 acres to Mr W D Williams of Virginia at 115 per acre Advocate Mr Williams is the father of J W Williams and Mrs E G Bick ley of this county The large barn of Harry Weissingci i Son in Shelby county burned together with 40 or 50 work horses anc mules a dozen wagons harness of every description and a lot of feed The loss will aggregate 20000 fully covered by insurance The cause of the fire is unknown A Certain Cure for Croup Usei for Ten Years without a Failure Mr W C Bott a Star City Ind hardware merchant Is enthusiastic it his praise of Chamberlains Cough Remedy His children have all beer subject to croup and he has used this remedy for the past 10 years and though they much fearcd the croup his wife and he always felt safe upon retiring when abottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy was in the house His oldest child was subject to severe attacks of croup but this remedy never failed to effect a speedy cure le has recommended it to friends and neIghbors and all who have used It say that it Is unequaled for croup and rhooplng cough For sale by all druggists Thesuit of W T Thorpe against B K Salmon is now on trial at Owensboro for the fifth time The suit is for 25 for sheep killed by a dog At the first trial a judgment was given for 650 but an appeal was taken Twice the ury disagreed and again there was a verdict which the judge set aside wenty witnesses came 18 miles to testify for each side The litigants are influential neighboring farmers It is considered that neither will be satisfied until the case reaches the highes court uinsey Sprains and Swel lings Cured In November 1001 I caught cold and had tho quinsy My throat was swollen so I could hardly breathe I pplled 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 erlalns Pain Balm is a liniment and Is especially valuable for sprains and rollings For sale by all druggists Mrs AvenooYou say ho detests his wife cordially- Mrs De SchussitYes he hates the- very ground she sued for divorce on Puck They Make You Feel Good The pleasant purgative effect exper- Ienced by all who use Chamberlains tomach and Liver Tablets and the ealthy condition of the body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful Price 25 cents Samples free at all druggists A bear was sighted in the vicinity of resident Roosevelts camp in Louisiana Tuesday but the animal made his icape by going in a direction opposite to the Presidents post r The mattresses used in the German army are stuffed with little rolls of per are said to be a greatlmprove- ment on straw Foleys Kidney Cure will cure nnd- case of kidney trouble that Is not beyond medical aid Pennys Drug- Store 1 Taylor Prater a republican attempted to break up the democratic meeting at Salyersville where Hubert Vreola and Edgar Hager spoke by firing ro peated questions at Mr linger The speaker denounced Prater and serious trouble seemed imminent Pistols were drawn but cooler heads among the republicans counseled Prater and his fol lowers to allow the democrats to speak without interruption and the meeting proceeded without further trouble 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 wUl cure every member of the family of constipation sick headache or stomach trouble Pennys Drugstore Attention Please I Any honest person desiring temporary or should call on El dress bert adWayeeburg FARM FOR RENT An Ideal Iloyle county farm of W acre with tine dock feed and Implements whlol can be bought at reasonable price Lau has produced liH pounds of belli bush ell of wheat 12 barrels of corn per acre Hood residence rind all outbuildings In ox cellent repair Water In every pasture You tulles from Danville Oath rent at this olfiCe FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RAND COUNTY A fine blue grim fnrm for sale situated on new pike near Point Leave and six mile south of Lancaster containing w acres well located In good neighborhood helm part of the John Walker tract a hand some new two sevenroom residence thereon recently completed with nil out buildings and good new barn 4UxM Wei watered six never falling springs and creel running through TsndILit cash In land bnlanco ono am two years from da of sale hearing six per cent Interest until paid for such place pleas wrltoJMandlsabolleWalker living oi fnrlll at Point Leaven or Walker Stanford Isabelle P E M and W O Walker Point Lea veil Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdianf sit TITLE CO No1Oacrcs on the Waynesburg pike near Highland 6rooni house barn and oth er nice orchard This proper ty II nearcburcln and school bouso le wed worth the price I18UO No 2150 acres 2 miles Bouth of Grab Or chard on the State road lies a twostar house good barn orchard and Is well watered about Ion acres of this land Is botton land and produces tine crops A bargain 1S600 36 cash balance in one and two years No SWI acres on Buck Greek near Way nesburg broom house banr other outbuildings plenty of water Uash price title No 4108acree near Level Orcen Rod castle This faun lies a new 2 story frameHouse would cost to build noW 2OU good Ixirn crib tc located neat church and school This is a nice home am can be bought for IW per acre t cash re malnder In months No 611a acres ning the above farms 100 acros In cultivation Dwelling of rooms good born and other outbuildings nice or chard One of the best springs in the coun ty Price IID half cash bulancu and 2 GSU acres adjoining farms No4 Bud 5 1W acres In cultivation balance In tlm bur Good white oak hickory and some lint cellar Tins 2story log huso and good orch ail well watered Cash price IIWO 10110 acres near Maretsburg Ky lS nevus in cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings line water and school church and H It station Price flJM X cash balance In one aid two years No 82U acres near Conway Ky nearly all of this farm Is bottom laud line for corn and meadow very dwelling house new barn and other buildings on county rood mites trolls llcren College Crush price jsj duoNotatacree on Drakes Ort frolll 0rabOrchard fhls farlll adjoins the like and Is a port of the Oeo Kvuns lariat rhls Is line land and In good condition ail necessary buildings Tins is a bargain nt iD per acre No I1H acres near Htnnford Ky In ice shale with necessary hulldingseto can be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the above arms see or write L It Hughes or amesi tt1dteHtnnlor- dKyWomen Inclined to Constipation Women owing to their peculiar functions are prone to constipation and- xanyof their other are due to this ongestion in the bowels which fills the permeatesthemath bad complexion sick headache tad such like ills are primarily caused b indigestionWomen learn of a indigestionhtola remedy la Dr Caldwelli Syrup Pepsin rhloh can be bought at any drug store for curtnerthemselTeand the otter of years aro still stands today that 1Ou buy Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin tho nderatandlntr that it will do us claimed or your tone win be refunded epeGlallJimeof Its genre but prompt action ta pleasant taste and tta freedom from triple It does not eaken like purgatives and cathartics but ands up and strengthens It ta a guaranteed ermaneat cure and should be u steadily 70ur homo as la that of thousands of others tomes use It themselves and give It to children tD preference to any otber laxative because It la iiaranteed to do what a good laxative should area doesSt Loins Mar Tyco say that Mo It cured her constipation and stomach trouble and recommends U to American womankind She but one of thousands who are loud in praise of It You who hue never used it should begin toty You will date your freedom from sickness to the day that you start the use of Dr Cald ells Syrup Pepsin Your druggist will aelI- JOu a bottle under our absolute guarantee FREE TESTno wliMnr to try Dr bursSyrup Pesila bsfort Inr by rased alteumDaniNTNS05wIs1hpove8ut havcatvtr aksn It Send for It If yo han aay arm tDm of 11IINcJI lira or bowel disuse BsnBtst sadAPUMJO VEHOtOT Ns Uxattv So Good ut Sort prseWIIsrsNdvswruw tt IHit NstIsNi IN i1M IildlM NOTICEI Twelve New Webber Two Iloree Wagon with gear and one 1horse Webber wRgon Cheap for cash Hoe IlllTe Jones MoKlnney Ky ftEPAlftI TINNING A PLUMIING SHOP I have opened a tinning nnd plumbing 11 shop Iu tbu old leter e4traubstander respectfully ask n share of your atrona promising saUIfIltorrork at reasonal prices Htanford OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whites Still Has been thoroughly and Is now In ono condition to the best of Flour Meal Ktc Custom grinding done on each TUESDAY and KHUIAY fill grind for the toll as formerly Otto me a W II HMITII Proprietor Grab Good Farm For Sale 111uo Yllacres ol trllil Land nelghlMirhood s 11111s fro HuntonvllloKy a Iia stat of cultivation house of rooms haUl barn nud with four stallscribttoThutartar I well watered with falllni large cistern at the barn wind mill furnishing water In and around tbe house nod nt barns For full particulars call on O T nobon- IebQnon Ky or 1I0holl 1ultoovlll- K O T1I01l0N GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buyreadymadeclothingwhen ther is so little difference made suits and n suit made to your uicasur token by an experienced tallorr goods Ihandsome line of Winter tow prIce business suit to bin make front a the finest dress suit AlAo O ercoateTrout irs and Fancy Vests The company 1 represent is second to none H0 11UPLEY The Tallo- HtnnfurdKy 50 Years An AgencySi IThe oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repro seated IJesse D Wearen Insurance Min Phone 21 STANFORD KY DEAD GAME 5 If you will bring your Qunsand Revolver to me and let me put them In nrst clay condition I have had ran experienc in that business I put newhandles on Razor Blades Ferrets or Walking Canes and Re pair Umbrellas Mako a specialty of fitting alt kinds of key to all kinds I all kinds repairing on bicycles and keep in stock all kinds of tilT men trial and will b satisfied QOIIRSIAY- 189NThInlSt Danville Ky TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley lias charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 TRY The Frankfort State Journal The Democratic State Organ during the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest nnd most reliable news every day tow Pa WaltonFrankfort n Iwj + r FIIIlIl STYllES Are on exhibition ut this store und we always aim to lead in the matter of new ideas We will show you tho greatest stock of uptodate Suits and Overcoatsf- or Men young 11111oldever 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 ar ever ready to show our garments and lot you compare values Our stock of Fall and Winter Shoes and Rubbers is complete and we have the best slakes Give us n call SAM ROBINSONISTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Ileint Preserves Heinz Apple Duller Jfciuz Sweet Pickles Heinz Sour Pickles Heinz India bush Ilciuz Pepper Sauce Heinz Mustard Dressing Heinz Chili Satlco Heinz Hone Radish Heinz Chow- Chow Hciuz Spiced Pickles Heinz Pearl Onions Heinz Sweet Onions I Heinz Tomato Chutney Heinz Tomato Soup Heinz linked Beau Heinz Pork Beaus and all tho other guod things put up by the great Caterer Hcitix I q At W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky oticeFarDlersWe have buyers for Lincoln county real estate If you have a farm for sale write to us ACCOUNTS AND NOTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Reference Any Bank in Somerset Address Somerset Real Estate Agency Sonderset its A i 4 e t h7S iSS i The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KYI ssIS aVE t Comfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bath room with f worth oftcoal No ashes no coalno kindling in your rooms Tho ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter I hereS H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky J Tinder and Plumber