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INTERIOPI JOURNALtIVOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 22 1907 NO 67 II FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fon SALE25 11fi0 pound cattle Dr Hugh Reid Stanford I S Tevta sold to C T Worthlngton of Boylo four mulo colts at 100 Sweet Marie defeated Major Dclmai in straight heats at Allentown Pa Dr J B Beck Bold his residence In Somerset to Gilbert Grinstcad for 2 750 FOR SALE75 shoats will weigh 60 to 100 pounds M J Hodman More toland FOR SALEI0 or 15 sows and pigs also a fine milk cow M J Hoffman Moreland Ky Tho tobacco growers of Fayetto and Clark counties have decided not to race a crop next year Pleasant Tucker of tho Parksvilli section sold to J C Johnson of Boyle 18 1000pound cattle at tic I John M Cress bought 100 bbls oC corn each of G W Naylor and John B Anderson at 225 delivered FOR SALE48 good feeding cattle also some choice Polled Durham bulls and heifers A W Carpenter More land4tAt tho saddle horse sale Arbucklo at Silver Creek Madison county 23 horses sold at an average of 230 Fort SALEIS splendid yearling cattle G50 to 800 pounds Good quality and fine color S M Owens Son McKinney W H Brannaman sold his farm ol 223 acres near Wlldle Rockcastle county to Tip Langford and Coleman Burdott for 250- 0LosrAged black cow fat ellghtly sunburned dehorned weigh about 1000 pounds Left Miss Mary Pepples Reward M S Peyton General Watts won the Kentucky Stake at Lexington going the first heat in 2001 and establishing a worlds record for threeyearolds FOR SALEFlrst class twoyearold Jersey bull noted milk family Year ling Aberdeen Angus bull thorough bred Durocs Both sexes n H Crow Junction City Exchange No 82 rings Bt FOR SALE One pair horse mules three years old 16 hands well broke ono pair mare mules about 16 hands 4 and 7 years old well broke good 1workers B B King Moreland Ky 3t Brindle yearling heifer came to my place two months ago 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 The Department of Agriculture reports that a successful war has been ywaged against the cattlo tick In the South and that the amount necessary to eradicate this evil is not greater than the annual loss from tho tick DANVILLE COURTThero were a largo number of cattle on tho Danville market but the demand was not great Butcher stuff was slow at 21 to 31c heifers sold at 3 to 3Jc and yearling and twoyearold steers at 4 to 41c There was not much doing In the horse and mule market A lady who had recently moved to tho suburbs was very fond of her first brood of chickens Going out ono after noon she left tho household in charge of her efght year old boy Before her return a thunderstorm came up The youngster forgot the chicks during the storm and was dismayed after It passed to find that half of them had been drowned Though fearing tho wrath to come ho thought best to make a clean breast of the calamity rather than cave it to be discovered Mamma ho said contritely when his mother had returned ell of the 4 4 chickens are cad Dead cried his mother Six How did they die Tho boy saw his chancd I think I think they died happy t ho said Harpers Weekly Certain Cure for Croup Used IA for Ten Years without a Failure Mr W C Bott ft Star City Ind hardware merchant is enthusiastic In his praise of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Ills children have all been 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 of Chamber huns 1Cough Remedy was In tho house child was subject to severe j attacks of croup but this remedy never failed to effect a speedy cure Ho has recommended It to friends and r neighbors and all who have used It say that It Is unequaled for croup and whooping cough For sale by all t druggists ISenator Bourne of Oregon has of jfered a prize through a Boston maga zine for the best argument In favor of the renomination of President Moose velt Senater Bourne is convinced that President can be lose ed to run even though his personal wishes are against making the race POLITICAL Gov Deckham spoke at Grayson to 2000 people Saturday Owensboro democrats nominate John D Kelley for Representative It is said that Gov Folk has abandoned presidential ambitions and will oppose Stono for tho United State SenateController of tho Currency W B Ridgely has declined the presidency of the Mercantile National Bank of New York City Judge S linger spoke at Prince ton Saturday to a largo crowd Ho re ceivcd a warm greeting from forms Confederate soldiers Gov Charles E Hughes in an address before the Republican Club of New York declared that he was seeking no public ofllco and would not seek directly or indirectly to influence tho sc lection or tho vote of any delegates to any convention Kentuckys school system was discussed at length by Judge S W Ha ger in his speech to a largo audience at Marion The democratic nominee gay figures to show that the present ad ministration had spent more money for schools than any of its predecessors and promised If he was elected to do what he could to increase the appropriation In answer to Mr Willsons charge that the school buildings of the State are in miserable condition Judge page said at Marlon If Mr Willson does not know that the money furnished bj the State for schools cannot bo used for tho erection of the school buildings but only for tho payment of teachers then he is not fit to be your Governor Any teacher in the State could have told him that it must be used only to pay tho teachers The buildings must be erected by tho counties themselves and tho counties in which he found miserable school buildings are the Re publican counties where Mr Willson expects to get his largest vote IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Nimrod SInkhorn aged 73 is dead at Junction City The report Is current that W Owen McIntyre ot tho Danville Advocate will start a paper at Campbellsville Near Stubcnvillc Wayne county John Coxell shot and killed his brother Charles Coxell The particulars of the tragedy could not be learned Six brick store buildings a 25000 Baptist church a number of fine real dences and a hotel are under construc tion at Williamsburg The Anderson News and the And rson County Herald have consolidated under the name of the Anderson News J R Paxton is editor and manager Judgment of tho Rockcastlo circuit court in a case of tho Louisville Nash ville railroad against James Taylors administrator was affirmed by the court of appeals Tho judgment was for 10 000 Taylor a 13yearold boy was run down by a freight in tho streets of MU VernonA company composed of con tractors is being organized with 100 000 capital stock to complete tho work of tho Cumberland Rivet Nashville Railroad There has already been72 000 of this raised and as soon as SO 000 is raised the work will begin Som erset Times How to Cure a Cold The question of how to cure a cold without unnecessary loss of tlmo is onoln which wo afro all more or less Interested fpr tho quicker a cold Is gotten rid of the less tho danger of pneumonia and other serious diseases Mr B WL Hall of Wavorly Va has used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for years and says I firmly bo Hose Chamberlains Cough Remedy to bo absolutely the boil preparation on tho market for colds I havo recom mended It to my friends and they all agree with me For sale by all druggists Wonders never cease Marconi has Inaugurated a regular transAtlantic vireless service with most satisfactory esults and is preparing to connect tho Atlantic and Pacific in the same way hcre is one connection the inventor will not be ablo to effect however hat of connecting Hummy Willson with an office The poor fellow has been Tying for ono since the memory of man unneth not to the contrary and is still far off as over The people are getting tired of Hummy as a perennial landidate Frankfort Journal lulnsoy Sprains and Swellings Cured In November 1901 I caught cold Ilnd had the quinsy My throat was wollen so I could hardly breathe I applied Chamberlains Pain Balm and It gave me relief In a short time In two days I was alright says Mrs L Cousins Otterburn Mich Cham erlalna Paln Balm is a liniment and Is especially valuable for sprains and welllnga For sale by all druggists NEWS NOTES Four men were killed by tho overturning of a gasoline launch In the illi- nois river near Hardin III The Q C freight depot at Georgetown burned entailing a total los8 Valuable records wero burned Former United States District Judge Ji H Hawley of Nevada died in San Francisco of kidney trouble The death of Robert Tirtley a farms of Montgomery county is being Investigated Arsenic was found in his stomachA man who had just been acquitted of the charge of murder wns struck by lightning as ho left the courtroom and killed A panic was caused at Naples owing to the sudden cessation of smoke from all the craters of Vesuvius accompan- Ied by loud detonations Gov Davidson and staff of Wisconsin dedicated the Wisconsin State mot umcnt erected at Andereonville Ga to the memory of Federal soldiers Stephens W Bolles Chief of Division of Exploitation at the Jamestown Exposition has resigned effective November 1 Bolles will return to St Louis T W House a private banker of Houston Tex has assigned with liabilities of 2000000 It is stated that tho assets are sufficient to pay out In fullThe annual report of the Baltimor Ohio railroad for the fiscal year ended Juno 30 shows gross earnings of 88 552921 an increase of more than 6000000 over 1906 Miss Rose L Fritz successfully defended her title as champion typewrite it tho National Business Show in Nov York making a net score of 5214 words In ono hours copying Mrs John Karrick of Bath county tae a wonderful hen which was hatched out in March Three weeks ago tlio hen began setting on ten of her own ggs and now has nine little chicks Four persons were killed ten are in he hospital and more than a score were noro or less injured In a headon collision of two Sherman Height street cans on Harrison avenue near Chattanooga Tom Hunt of Allen county whoso loso resemblance to Jesso James once led to his conviction on the charge of highway robbery was stabbed and irobably fatally wounded by Charley ReynoldsGov has announced that if the officers of the law find it imposst tie to enforce the liquor laws he will all an extra session of the Alabama Legislature to give them all tho power they need The Department of Agriculture has declined to extend the time for the la eels on food products now in the hands of the jobbers In tho opinion of the ward sufficient time has elapsed ii which to readjust their business Mrs Carrie Nation tho celebrated laloon smasher visited each bar roon In Shclbyvillo and delivered a lecture to the promoters She did not use her ratchet however She spoke to an im acme crowd In the public park in that city New Yorks financial district suffered an uphcavcl Friday as tho result of the ho collapso of a corner in United Copper and tho suspension of Otto Heinzi Co a prominent brokerage firm The liabilities of the suspended firm nay reach 2500000 Miss Roso L Fritz champion typewriter made a new record in New York Saturday when she wrote from lictation an average of 97 words a minute for 30 minutes while blindfolded Sho actually wrote 3032 words in the half hour but lost 95 words as a penalty for 19 mistakes His Dear Old Mother liMy dear old mother who Is now 1tjters1m Ga She for bout two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats tho way Electric Biters affect tho aged and the same hap y results follow in all cases of female reakness and generaldoblllty Weak tiny children too are greatly trengthenod by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Penny tho druggist 50o A Henderson dispatch says The Mutual organization created by theministers of the clt held a mass meeting at the court House and selected a ticket for councilmen who witt vote for a 1000 saloon license Thero aro 50 saloons hero and it is bo wed that the high license will greatly strict their number Out of Sight II Out of sight out of mind Is an old saying which applies with special torco to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arhlca Salve Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and illblalns disappear under its healing Buence Guaranteed by Penny the irugglst 2So HUSTONVILLE A much larger acreage of wheat is being sown in tho West End than has been in many years before Gil Cowan lost one mule of his 500 team last week from blood poison Tho animal stuck a stob in its foot Repairs on the Presbyterian church are completed and services will be held Sunday morning and evening by Rev LanderAll on the Cincinnati Southern have orders to travel at a rate of speed not greater than five miles an hour over High Bridge We have a few strictly first clas blue grass farms to offer and at a price that will suit any conservative buyer Williams Co J H Floyd of the Turnersvillo sec tloe bought the 230acro farm of G J lichen for 19500 This farm was sole to Mr Bohon by George D Robinson last Spring- A full house Friday evening greatly enjoyed tho recital of Miss Evans and her class jcJjnor from the vociferous applause Her next recital will be In the opera house Nov 27th Mrs Emmett McCormack who returned from a Louisville infirmary Fri day was tho recipient of a delightful luncheon from tho ladies of the Baptist church She desires through theso col umns to return her heartfelt thanks tc those beloved friends After diligent search in several coun ties of Central Kentucky we find that without exception where machine crushed stone is put on pikes tho screenings are put on the stone without extra cost The officials care for the comfort of tho traveling public and not for the coffers of the contractors Doht fail to see the talented Miss Jocelyn Price apd company in the Un ion Depot at Alcorna Opera House Saturday evening Oct 26 This is an up lo date entertainment under the aus pices of the Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church and deserves the patronage of tho entire community CHURCH MATTERS The 15day canvass for the Young Mens Christian Association building for Bowling Green closed with a total of 27000 subscribed Rev O P McMahan has tendered ifs resignation as pastor of the Christian church at Somerset to take effect tan 1 Ho has acccepted a call to an other State The triennial general convention of the Episcopal Church after busy sessions of both houses adjourned Saturday at Richmond Va to meet three years hence in Cincinnati Rev M P Hunt pastor of the Walnut street Baptist church of that city says that Louisville has more Sunday drunks now than when saloons were kept open on the Sabboth Plans have been laid by the United Presbyterian church for the celebra tion in Pittsburg on May 26 next of the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of tho denomination in this country Dr J W Carter ofSpencer W Va ono of the founders of the West Virginia General Baptist Association and for 40 years a leading minister of that denomination died suddenly at Hunt Ington iflllcted with Sore Eyes for 33 Years- I havo been afllicted with sore eyes for 33 years Thirteen years ago I be lame totally blind and was blind for six years My eyes were badly intlam cd Ono of my neighbors Insisted upon my trying Chamberlains Salvo and gave ine half a box of It To my urprlso it healed my eyes and my sight camp back to moP C Earls ynthiana Ky Chamberlains Salve ill for sale by all druggists William Goebel is dead Paul C larth is dead Their lips are mute but their friends remember that the landers concocted and tho lies propa jated by the Louisville Evening Post led to tho assassination of the one and tho suicide of tho other Better let the dead rest in peace Mr KnottLouis vllIo Times The army balloon which started Ifrom St Louis Thursday evening landed at 180 oclock Friday afternoon about three miles from Walton in Roano county West Virginia The distance raveled was about475 miles The distance it had to beat to win the Lahm cup was 402 miles r They Make You Feel Good The pleasant purgative effect exper- Ienced by all who use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful Price 25 cents Samples free at all druggists Say pa wont you buy me adrum 7 No Im afraid you would disturb me with the noise No I wont pa Ill only drum when otire asleep FAliJi STYhESl Arc on exhibition at this store and we always aim to lead in the matter of new ideas We will show you the great est stock of uptodateiSuits and Overcoatst for lIenyoung nndoldevel 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 We ask an inspection and we are ever ready to show our gar ments and let you compare yalues Our stock of Fall and Winter Shoes and Rubbers is complete and we have the best makes Give us a call SAM ROBINSON eSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Heinz Preserves Heinz Apple Butter Heinz Sweet Pickles Heinz Sour Pickles Heinz India Relish Heinz Pepper Sauce Heinz Mustard Dressing Heinz Chili SauceHeinz Horse Radish Heinz Chow- Chow Heinz Spiced Pickles Heinz Pearl Onions Heinz Sweet On ions Heinz Tomato Chutney Heinz Tomato Soup Heinz Baked Beans Heinz Pork Beans and all the other good things put up by the great Caterer Heinz At f W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky First National t BankStanford Ky I Capital Stock SSOOOOj ThlslniUtntlon was originally eatabllihed M the Deposit Bank of In 1808 then reorganized ai the National Bank of Stanford In 186S and again reorganlied ai the First National Baik of Stanford In 1887 haying had practically an uninterrupted existence for U years It is better supplied now with facilities for transact tot itnen promptly and well than ever before In Iti long honorable career Iccounts of Individuals Flduclarlti and Cer poratlons Solicited Officers J BOOKER Freit BT HARRIS V Pre 11 McBOBEBTS Ohr W B WEABENAit Ohr Dlnotors V Reid Oanrllle 8 T Harris Stanford J Hooker Stanford McKinneyM S H Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J B Baughman Stanford J M Pettui Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000- S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W 0 Walk er Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wayne8burg Ky nestIBooks Wall Paper Paints Oils and Varnishes School Supplies Foor Finish is RENULAC W B MoRoberts DRUCGI51 II STANPOHD 1 PKMOVIL supervision given to Prescriptions compounded iThe Interior Journal tG Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER candidate for JaUer of county Js a Democratic subject to the action of tbe party M BRUCE Is a candIdate for Jailor of ncomcountjs subject to the action or party JAMES C HAYS Is ft candidate for action Jailer or of the Democratic lubjeot to parry D C ALLEN II ty subject calllldato to tbo for nctlaa of rof tho JClllocrnUo party A Family Reunion The Jamestown Exposition Etc It may not be of interest to our readers to know that wo thoroughly enjoyed our family reunion at the home of an only sister Mrs I N Vaughan at Ashland Va but we are so full of it and the memory of the delightful occa tlon is so sweet that we cannot refrain from telling about it Some four years ago our older brother Mr W P Walton of the Frankfort Journal the sis ter above referred to and the writer met tho other member of the family Mr T It Walton at Atlanta and twas there the plan was laid to meet next time In Virginia Thanks to Him Who doettf1 all things well the program arranged in Georgia was carried out to a letter In the Old Dominion Every moment of it was one of delight and the only regretable feature of it all was the ending In the nature of things our family can not enjoy many moro such reunions for Father Time has robbed some of us of our youth while none of us are as young as wo used to bo- A gathering of our family so Mar sleep the sleep thatI where our parents knows no waking would not have beeni complete without a visit to the oldihome and their graves and of course we tookI advantage of the opportunity quarter of a century since we left has caused material changes and we are the better AforSorry to say none good farmer and fair business man that our father was things in general around the place presented a different appear ance in his life to what they do now In fact The hinges all have rusted the doors have tumbled down And the roof lets in the sunshine and the rain The decay of things brought about- sadnC8 of course but twas soon forgotten amid the a family- reunion which Plens1of to come bean oasis in our Only about 100 miles from the James town Exposition and wanting to see the showwe spent a day very pleasantly big thing and well worth there It is a any ones time and money but it seems bat the public does not think so We were there on Saturday and we judge that not over 1000 visitors were on the grounds In the great machinery build ing our party and one lonely looking man composed the crowd In the other sightseers were not large buildings The Warpathmuch more numerous which is to that exposition what the Midway was to the one at Chicago and the Pike to the St Louis Fair looked hall deserted A number like a banquet of the attractions were closed pre sumably for lack of patronage The Exposition is heels over head in debt down in history as theand it will go worst financial failure of the age Of the million dollars borrowed from the government only 100000 has been paid back and as the show lasts only a month longer and the weather is getting too cool for visitors we predict the man agement will not be able to make an other payment Of course Uncle Sam can take matters in hapd and sell out the shebang but he is a kindheart ed old soul and will put off until the last the unpleasant task Kentuckys building a facsimilo or Boones Fort is a popular place for visitors and is the most unique State building on the grounds Her display of products in the Agriculture and Forestry buildings Is most creditable It is under the supervision of Mr Joseph W Morris of New Castle who by the way was exceedingly clever to us There is a great deal to see around the Exposition The cities of Norfolk Portsmouth Berkley Newport News Old Point Comfort and Hampton are only a few minutes ride from it and many prefer spending a few days via to putting in all of fling these places the time in the Exposition grounds It is by far the most historic portion of the very historic State Norfolk is a flourishing city of some 75 000 inhabitants and does not impress one as being the wickedest city in the United States but statistics show that Bho Is all the same Her bad reputa tion Is kept up by the wicked sailors and others who lay over there between on the briny deep Norfolk LpeopJS by good old Virginians the very salt of the earth Richmond continues to grow and It Is a magnificent city and a most delightful place to live Like most Westward and places she is building cornfields of a few years ago are now a INwWar wwi fashionable portion of tho city A great deal of business is done in Richmond and it is an unusually wealthy South em cityl Ashland wherelour sister lives is about the size ofJStanford and is quite an educational center It is tho scat of Randolph Macon College one of tho greatest institution in the South It is a charming little place some 1C miles from Richmond and many of the towns inhabitants aro business men of that place who make daily roundtrips to Richmond Mr Willie B Walton for merly of Stanford and wellknown to many of our readers is editor and owner of the Hanover Herald published at Ashland We are glad to state that he is prospering in the newspaper business Besides being a bank director he is connected with several other strong institutions lie asked to be re membered to his Kentucky friends SENATOR JAMES B MCCREARY made a ringing speech to the democrats of Clark county at Winchester Saturday Among many other good things the Senator said The State administra tion is free from the crimes that disgraced it under republican rule and it must be kept free The nominees on the State ticket are honest capable and faithful come up to standard set by Jefferson and will surely bo elected The only remedy for the trouble caused by combines and trusts is to put the democrats in power who will destroy the trusts and regulate the tariff Ho closed with an earnest exhortation to his old Confederate comrades many of whom were present to give a hearty support to the democratic State ticket WE lift our hat to our good friend Editor Campbell of the Somerset Journal His reference to the family reunion which the editor of this paper enjoyed last week and the good things said about his brothers are duly appre ciated and thankfully acknowledged Mr Campbell knows how to make a fel low feel good and he certainly succeed ed in this instance EoiTORlWrB HANSFORD of the SomersetJRepublican presented each of his subscribers with a picture of him self and family last week We are waiting to see what the Journal Times and Herald are going to give away to even up with Brer H ana ford LET it be distinctly understood that Bishop Potter who entertained Negro bishop at Richmond Va is not a Virginian He is a New Yorker and leased a residence in Richmond during t convention of the American Episcopal JENNINGS BRYAN is going to spend two more days in Kentucky before the election and will speak in the Eighth Ninth and Tenth districts We hereby speak for a date for the good old town of Stanford Additional Local FARMERS have your land posted in this paper WREN it comes to Beauty Satisfy tion and Durability our heating stoves have no equal Geo D Hopper THE democrats of Casey and Russell have nominated G L Minor a very popular gentleman for Representative AN effort is being made to revive tl old Masonic lodge at this place The charter was surrendered several years ago Six per cent 1added to all city taxes not paid before Nov 1 Pay now and save the penalty R G Jones city marshal HON HARVEY HELM of this place is billed to speak three times each in Boone and Mercer counties from Oct 28 to Nov 2 FOR RENTSSOOm in lively Central Kentucky town Especially adapted for restaurant but good for any kind of merchandise business Living rooms above Apply or write to this office WE are glad to state that Mr C C Williams of Mt Vernon will make several speeches in this county begin ning Oct 31 He is an elegant speaker and will no doubt help the democratic etOARDSld Soard aged died of of typhoid fever at his home near Goshen Sunday and was buried yester day His mother and sister are very ill of fever Only a few months ago Mr Soard lost a brother from the same aseOTICEComo M to the Poke Social at McCormack school house Friday evening Oct 25 Young men bring your best girls and your pocket books Young ladies come with well filled boxes to be sold Proceeds to be used to start a school library Everybody is invited Miss Nannie Adams teacher- SS FOR SALEA new tarction engine one separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at 50c per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on account of Hi 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 MATRIMONIAL At Richmond George Tankslcy aged Cfr and Miss Victoria Faubush 19 were made one- Goodlet Morgan who died at Petersburg Ind a few days ago left his grandson 30000 on the condition that ho would not marry Miss Helen Taylor a school girl of that place Mrs Henrietta Byers and Roland H Cox were married at Owensboro They were sweethearts when children but Mr Cox went West and married and Mrs Cox married in Daviess county Both lost their partners and now are reunited after 40 years The Somerset Republican announces the engagement of Miss Marjorie Glass daughter of Dr Harvey Glass of that city to Mr Clarence Owens a promi nent attorney of Somerset The marriage will occur Nov 12 The pros pective bride is a sister of Rev Gilbert Glass formerly of this place Former Governor and former Con gressman John Walter Smith seems to be leading his rivals in tho race for Senator from Maryland Gov War field is being opposed by the party organization which he has antagonized while in the executive chair Crazed with drink and Jealousy Wil liam Roiney a young grocer of Bruns wick Ga shot and mortally wounded his wife He then placed the revolver to his head and fired dying instantly Tho Republican National Committee will meet in Washington December 6 and 7 to decide on the placo and time for holding the next Republican Na tional Convention A small child of Jodie Mccce of Rockcastlc choked to death on chest nuts POSTED Wpwhosa unmet appear below strictly forVil hunting foiling or kind of tree poising on our placet and will prosecute vi layIrsWIepnlei White Hlmpion llros TiniKty Kpootmmore Hen I Martin M K Lawrence Kcuben CurtU J locker JlIIettulT1Itlre Morgan Chiippell- Amundt Schaeffer Oreen Kerrtll J L Holtzclnw OW IU ty airs J H Pulllnm It Lluinu- ntTHEATRE y w TALK NO3 An Opera House will be occupied one sight by a play cheaply put on with an inferior company as on another by an attraction of more than ordinary merit Yet in each case the price of a ticket I will be practically THEII PECULIAR ONE I DOM ABLE TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN THE GOOD AND THE BADand halving been fooled disappeared th- escientific eo often bye great advertising merit which guar comes alongIt occasion which thep- ublicwnall crowd the theca they they will see which requires- an outlay about three time great at usual and yet costing no more otherITHREE TIMES AS AS USUAL and there people like better than a bargain There should question about the SUCCESS OF PLAY IN THIS CITY a wholesome brilliant story like presentedherea noticeable fact that the FASHIONED PLAY UPON THE GOOD OLDFASHIONED STORIES hare almost entirely In place of these we have been treated to plaTthe playIof a class con cerning which the less said the better We also had a sort display of matterlaro tronize an attraction of But playlike Crlato is is an upon kno an attraction u to RECEIVE MUCH is nothing be no A It it is It is OLD FOUNDED have nf false brilliancy play which like an imitation diamond catches the eye but has no Intrinsic or lasting value Then we have the production play which ball scenery costumes mechanics humbug and literature THROUGHOUT ALL THE YEARS THAT HAVE INTERVENED SINCE ALEXANDRE DUMAS MONTE CRISTO was first presented THIS DRAMA HAS RETAINED ABLE POTENCY TO PLEASE From curtain to curtain there is no abatement oj interest and no letting down in enthusiasm and it must goon record that melodrama oi PLAYalway ITThlrromance is not dependent on its most pronouncedly melodramatic features Then are other momenta just as pronounced In their appeal and their tug at the hear- strings is atrong The settings and pro duction are complete and appropriate Usual prices will prevail CONRAD SAYS YOUR MONEYS WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BA- CKWaltons Opera House Friday Oct 25th Mo charge for exnminntlon orioientlllcnl ly testing eyes by uptodalo muthoUs Ire icrlptlon glasses to tot In styles frame or skeleton mountings work and nmturlnl IIUfmntlCd aatllfnotol charges moderat bent lln Central Telephone Uulkllng llustpnvlllc- nradufttcdoptometryst Ky L t Good Business for Sale eiieral Hock of- cbnndliu mer at cost will soil lit once and IIle tutlntormntlouMnrkiibury Ky FOR SALE Hlltyslx acres of ltlu rnland In Lin coIn count on the Hhelby City nnil Dan tillt Stanford hit bout ncrusltrlllll IlIcu t ostinuti ii lit rutliionltlrntlon u n tiltS tnict of taut nml tlMlrable for a small fiinn Out on or tddree1v M HAUOOM unction Oily Ky Joseph 3244 Vol I Is pure brwl and IIHI ben nceple1 for roj lutry In tho ant volume of The America Tnmwortli Hwlne Record Astoalallon liott uedtr the rillof tip nwh tlnt ft bx No mi at ubow Hire Kdvtanl jfo 0 dam Alexandra No Wff Mire of Wry Mnnto cDIIII limit No jW dam of HlroOnnmtHili Nellie call Hire ot dam Kentucky Hoy No 1TH ilain of dam Uokleu I o Oil It Is well known thnt the Ttunworlh Mwlne U tile highest price swine on the market JIb UNo Kawtml A at au old ap11 for IJiui hisdsotUexntelrn weight luVMiM fur llJtgl HU weight MB nt will ll ruuus well with every breed I nUind hllll lit Jlcinli JOHN COOK Htanford Ky PUBLIC SALE JI administrator of Joteph Cotr I will ell nt outcry nl hb isle homo at Morvland beginning nt ttia A JL on Kin HAY ixrr9Bin7 The following dcmsrlwd proixrtyi I ttyrar old work mutt good brood nmro your old nnd In fool to jnck iwtir 4yenrolilWorlxl rules IG hands high and SIJArold work tuule16 tdglt w ork well 5yearold Family Horse worki uny where or yenr old faintly imi work hone l good tiour and several hi town RlSu lIltll Un pound cut tie If not told before day of wile lTU bain of Timothy hnysohalofwhwdrtrsw 19 bale of mruw e or chard gruM ionl rubber tired buggy gooi ni new I new buckboard road t bon a wagon ocds 1 goal hn3 rnnnua Light ins bay pre t turllllli Jl plO- Vadragf plows I sntootldngharrow H Interval In 11trlng Hinder good HI new I brand nen cutting lox never beon used r sots of bUll gy hnrneas J tvu of wagon harnett or stook scales Iftddlc and nany Otl- ltllln tuo llou totnonllon TerllIInd known on tiny of sole T U English Aucr lU itoLPH Oovrrit Admr Joi Cone MorelHiul Kj Notice of Election I term of the Lincoln county conr held Monday Kept v prttant H U Warren presiding In the matter of the application of tin clttiont of Klng ville Ky for n KrulCt- Icbool At the InU regular term of this coiirtlioli n ilenctl by J W rhuetpaon1 W clllnIlIl V Hlephen win 1I0llUIIWill Meek U M Illgncy u am W W Walter J I Johnson K W Crelgh M II Murphy couchlowardMwueneyTliaggnrd Win Allen Dick Hntter Ix ng Morris Well Jtdrll lUglle en Unch David Illcknll Ilpnnnon W U Murphy V II lludUlan n U JlIk D AMingletoII MHingletonT- syinrCTrustyllnt II M Uooeb Oharle VntiHook J D hooch Phil Delaney 111 Haugh lb 1IIur Phy A Francis J Hart ran Hester Lalurjt- ehrlhoardleorgeUapchAUooch tI Robert and J F was 011l1 court before it C Warren judge uf nll court asking that n Iraded Comma Hchool District Iw established with boundary ftl follows 1f rHeglnnlngat John H McKeoi Included lIl thence to lln March J Austin playa III boded to W M Vogue Illclulled thenr to JWdooch place Included thenc toJM Murph Included thence to- irsMullielullnl th pleen nlllIehod thell- to mile post No on the e N0 T 111- It thence to the old Hester or Hunter plac Included thence to OUHenneley Included UlInc to U A Included thonc Included thence to J WHtullexrlnddeitbencetot M Iowen Iace now WO theju preswntt34 mile North of mile post N on the O N Ot T It ILl thence to J tp thegrove place excluded thence to J Me AnditIPIwnrlugtotile court that all o the said petitioners are voters and rei Identi of and taxpayers In tho said propfms d Uralllfd UOIIIIIOIl District do tll town of Klngsville n Sown lit the 1vnYIll1 burg Magisterial H and that thu sit for achao luouee Is the Klngsvlll schoolhouse located In Klngsvllle Llncoli county Koo Is certllled to buand Is notex cvedlnging r14 miles from any Portion of th ooundllry of the prodosed district An It further appearing that n mnjorlly o the trustees In each of tho common schoo districts embraced In whole or In part Ii said Graded Common Hchool district hay consented to the establishment of tho proposed Graded Common School District and havn endorsed their consent In wrltlni upon said petition and It further appear Ing that Hlngleton superintend ent of common schools In L ncoln county 1m to tho establishment of Idpropotudtilitrictnndbusendorsed hi con8nt In in provided by law And this tbe said petitioners appcnrei In open court and the Court alt sum dent advised It ls ordered and udg that T111111 sherifr be and ho Is lterobJ ordlred nndd rected to cause poll to I cued In the town of KlnglVlllc aile an election to Iw held there on the roth dllJ of October 1W7 being moro than 40 day after tho entry of this order to take sense of the legal white voters In said pro 4eI Orndcd Common Hchool mlrlct whether there shall bo lorded and eollectec an tax of uo cents on each tltq o property nssessid In sold proposed Uradel Uommon Hchool District belonging to tlu white voters and corporation for the pur of a Oommoipose tool In the saldproposeddrndrdOommoi and for purpose cttngsultnblebuildings thore Qr as pro vlded by tho common law The o lacers of said election will cause thi voters proposed dlstrlcsaid legal to oto for five liillpersons to trustees o same provided said tax bo approve by the said Tho onlcera of 0 Icllor will make duo return of tho result of sal vlectlou at once A Copy Attests OEO13COOiERClerkfly O I T J Hr sheriff of Lincoln county herebeertUy tint the foregoing order wit to mu duly cerUIlc by OliO 1CooporOIerkof the 1lncoln oounl Court wherefore dIrected same to he pub llablt JNTtlUIOR JOURNAL a semi newspaper Dt UncolnweeklY county Ky und compliance theruwitll- l will tbo salts In Ky tllo district above nnllled on the oftak dat t named In order for the Ing thesense of the votorlof salddlatrlctor tbe ofeltabUlhlnK Graded Oom said districtHchoollnmon under my hand Jfth day 01 BeptemberIM TLincoln Hit BherB lf county M ass SEE a THEM I They are Perfect Paintings Those Beau tiful Brown Grey and Black Suits No bet + better can be ducedIe f I0e15 1750 and 2000 H J McJROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY j 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 1 For sale by GEO II FARRIS Stanford Ky i4 t p BanToothz Powder tt Is Hard to Beat I Try It Only 25 Cents i tf STANFORD DRUG CO vr When You Think Underwear l For men women add children think of our excellent stock from childrens garments at iQe to the fine wool or Bnlbriggan at 8160 Buy your im dcrwcnr early ns sumo of the staple lines are already getting scnrco We handle the Set Snug and Oncitn for ladies I V STANFORD KY OCT 22 190 WHEN you want to make your selection from tho largest and most upto date lino of post cards go to Penny Drugstore n PERSONALS MANU HUEY was up from Lebanon I Sunday Mns II C FAnma is visiting her mother at Somerset Dn PancY BWNTON and wire of lirodhoad were hero yesterday Mn B C LAIR of Somerset is herewith his brother Mr J M Lair Mn SAY M SIOONAMORB In went to IJurnsIde Sunday to visit Wends HON J N SAVNOBR3 was in It Vernon yesterday on legal business Mats LOUISE It TATS Is with her daughter Mm C II Paine In Dos ton M1SaMMt 1A MENEFEE will enter taiiTtho Thursday Afternoon Club this week MRS MATTin KIRUY returned Frldav visit to LoutavUl I i 4 Mrom friends a protractwl MRS WOODIE HALE is back from + protracted viiit to her children in iCon SRI City t Tim Current Events Club will meet with Mrs Hugh Hold Thursday afternoon at 280 GAIT THOMAS RICHARDS has move his family to rooms in the Female Col logo building MRS SAM HicciNS of Somerset is visiting relatives In Lincoln and Gar rand counties MRS P W CARTER and MIss Claudia Carter spent several days with Crab Orchard friends MESDAMES WEST and Saddler of Lancaster were guests of their relative Mrs P G Warner MRSEW HARRIS of Lancaitor spent several days with her son Mr J H Harris at Turncrsvllle TUB Young Married Peoples Soda Club will meet with Mr and Mrs II J McRoberts Friday evening MRS JEAN D WARREN and Miss Jean Warren of Doyle visited the family or Judge IL C Warren Friday MR JOHN W CUMINS store keep crgaugcr at Tyrone spent several day at the Jamestown Exposition DR AND MRS W S ELKIN of At Sunday to seo Judge R i lanta came up IC Warren who continues ill MR AND MRS J S irfcE returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in Cave City Lexington and Richmond MRS J E CLAUNCll and son Joseph several days with- her of Somerset spent parents Mr and Mrs J E Lynn Miss SUE ROUT Is assisting in the First National Bank while President J S Mocker is nursing a badly mashed finger MR WESLEY SKIDMORB and wife ot 1Columbus Ind arrived Saturday toi visit Mrs W II Mershon and other relatives MRS R G HAIL arrived from Kan- tt sits City Friday In time to attend the burial of her brother Mr George Dames Wearen i MR BEVERLY ROUT who Is attend State College Lexington spent ting and Sunday with his parents t Mr and Mrs B F Rout Miss LENA REYNOLDS who has been visiting at Vinccnncs Ind Chicago i Covlngton and other points for six weeks has returned home MR AND MRS JOE GOODE went tar f Lexington to see their daughter Miss i Evelyn Goode who was taken ill while the guest of a friend there W H BROWN and family and A J Thompson and daughter camo up from Lincoln to attend tho burlalof Mrs F L ThompsonMt Vernon Signal of StanfordMCROUERTSMiss MARY twill be In the city the last of tho month to be the guest of Miss Virginia Rob inson in tho HighlandsLoulsville Herald of Mt Vernon IJ Mn EDGAR S ALBRIGHT one of theclevcrcatand most sue In tho statecessful newspaperman was a passenger on Saturdays North fi bound train Mn J H HOCKER of Kansas City spent several days with his mother and i sister here Master Jesse Hocker Jr who had been visiting relatives at Kan sas City returned with Mr Rocker t Mns JAMES H WOODS returned from Louisville Friday Her mother Mrs Emmett McCormack of Huston III vine who has been in a hospital there returned home tho same day greatly mproved la health H Miss MAUD SPAINHOWEJI with thoi Hubble school passed through Stan ford Saturday to tho knobs for chest flu Li LOCALS Go to tho Mfeeea VanDeveer for styl iih and uptodnto millinery LOST between Lancaster and IL LI Hubblos residence a long pair of tan kid gloves Reward Leaveat this oc1 fleeR G DENNY Iran sold to William M McCormack lOB acres of unimprov land from his tract in tho Shelby City section at 70 We have added a clothes cleaning dl partment in the rear of our barbershop and will do your work with noatnw and dispatch Cook Farmer ATTEND the sale Randolph Coffey administrator of Joseph Coffey at Moreland next Friday Oct 25 Lots of stock crops farming implement etc will bo sold Gov BECKHAM speak Perry ville tomorrow Wednesday afternoon instead of at Danville as heretofore ad vertised Dig preparations arc being made for the occasion Tile young people enjoyed a delightful impromptu hop at Walton Opera House Friday night I rot Tilford of Harrodsburg and Dr John Cook ot this place furnished the music WHILE hero visiting her husband mother Mrs S J Burch received a message stating that her brother Mi Robert Means of Bollgce Ala had been instantly killed in a gin mill Tho snd news almost prostrated the devoted sister OUR old friend Mr Isaiah White Is now a mine host He has rented a hotel at Moreland and is in charge It you want to be treated well and Ced on tho fat of tho land stop ther when you are in and about More land and Mlllcdgevllle SPEAKING Hon J MortRothwcll of Lancaster will speak for the democrat ic ticket at Crab Orchard next Satin day Oct 26 at P30 p M and at McKinney on Tuesday night 29th at 7c clock Mr Rothwell is a pleasing speak er and a good crowd should greet him at both appointments ON his announcement to the Kentucky State Medical Association in session at Louisville that he would mov to Utah tho association mado Di Steele Bailey of this place an honor ary member for life This is the first Instance where such an honor has bebi conferred by tho Kentucky doctors I on one of my deputies will be at the following places to collect tax Waynesburg Friday Oct 18 Kings rifle Saturday Oct 19 McKinney Wednesday Oct 23 Moreland Thursday Oct 24 Hustonville Saturday Oct 26 Remember the penalty is added now Nov lilt Dont let it catch you T J Hill sheriff DEATH SENTENCE Tho Negro Robert Mocker who shot to death Newton Veala prominent Fayette county far mer was given a death sentenco at Lexington Isis first trial resulted in a hung jury10 for death and two for life in the penitentiary Rocker was born in tho Hubble section whero he lived until some six or eight years ago STABBED TO DEATIIJoseph Rice n nephew of Mrs L M Goodknight oC this place and MrW H Murphy was tabbed through tho heart at his homo at Hedgovillc Doyle county Friday nIght Death was instantaneous Frank hapman his brother Inlaw is charged with tho murder and is in tho Danville jail Mr Rice his wife and Chapman ere at home alone when tho trouble occurred and tho truth of the murder nay never bo known It was first reported that Mrs Rico was implicated In the killing butwo sincerely hope it is- not true Chapman recently served a term in the penitentiary for theft and was in jail here awaiting trial on another charge of stealing when his sister bailed him out a month ago He is bad citizen and has been in trouble moro or less all of his life Tho reo mains of Mr Rico were interred in Buffalo cemetery hero Sunday after noon He was a kindhearted clever young man and it is indeed sad that ho should meet such a tragic end TUESDAY OCT 22 We will have on display nt our store a inanufucturcfV lino of Cloaks and Suite This will bo a splendid opportunity for you to select something diner out iu n Coat or Suit The variety will be largo andup to the finest goods to bo found in city stoics Remember one diy only TUESDAY next t OCT 22 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD Tile Graded School foot ball tcnm met defeat at tho bands of the Richmond eleven 16 to 0 at Richmond Saturday Our boys claim that the oppos Ing team played a number of ringers UNDBR tho auspices ofthe Huston vlllo Christian church Miss Jocelyn Price will put on tho play The Union Depot at Alcorns Opera House next Saturday night Oct 26th A good crowd will go up from hero to see the prettv little play under Miss Prices su perb management MR AND Mus JotlN DOWNBR enter tamed very delightfully Thursday evening in honor of Miss Margaret Down or of Kirkford England and Mr Al hart Downer of Detroit Some 10 or 12 couples were present and report a most enjoyable evening Toothsome refreshments were elegantly served about 1030- DicKnNzmliarrrie cKenzie son or Mr J V McKenzie of tho Maywoo section died at his homo Sunday nigh about 7 oclock Young McKenzie hat just returned from Missouri Saturday where he had been for some time HI was 18 years old and a splendid yoynf man Ills remains were taken to Mt Vernon yesterday and interred there Mush sympathy is felt for his family In their groat loss Mr McKenzIe was n nephew of Mr James L White of this placeSnotLast Saturday night at the school house between McKinney and Jumbo Bud Walls shot William Henry Yocum Church was being held at the building when a shot was fired on tho outside Mr Yocum went out to make an investigation and somo words were passed when WillIs shot The ball entered Yocums abdomen and lodged near the spine Walls was arrested Sunday by Deptuty Sheriffs Lee Hill and Wm Hester and lodged in jail here Yocum is painfully but not dangerously wound ed CARTER A good wife and mother went to her reward when Mrs Walter W Carter breathed her last at her home at Rowland Saturday evening She had long been a member of the Baptist church and was one of the best women in her section Only two months ago Mrs Carter laid her little baby to rest in Buffalo Cemetery She was a Miss Tipton and lived at Paint Lick until her marriage Deceased is survived by her husband and tour children and for them much sympathy is felt Undertaker J C McClary held services at tho homo at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon and the burial fol owed in Buffalo Cemetery WHAT a world this would bo if everybody could bo pleased with everything and anything In every vocation every occupation there are to bo found the grumbling and dissatisfied It is tho same with every commercial enterprise no individual concern can please all with Its one or several special lines And so it is in tho theatrical field No ono play no matter what or how good tho general opinion may bo of it can not got by without coming in contact with tho grumbling and dissatisfied In tho great Alexander Du mas masterpiece which will be seen at Waltons Opera House in this city next Friday night Oct 25 however will be found something to please everybody It abounds with humor pathos and dra matic situations In view of the grumbling and dissatisfied who often keep tho moro conservative away from a good play the producing manager Fred G Conrad of Chicago who controls the production which will been here has issued the following statement We hereby authorize tho local manager in every town that this company plays to guarantee it to bo irstclass in every particular The word guarantee is much overworked everybody can use it and almost everybody does Its a pity to see it abused guarantee Is a good word when it means anything We use it because wo have made ft mean something If after tho first act you aro dissatisfied with tho entertainment given your money will bo refunded Mr Conrad sends a full sonic production and metropolitan company at whose head will bo seen the well known actor Mr William Lewie who has been appearing with great success throughout the coun try in the role of Edmond Dante tt afterward the Count of Monte Cristo Dont forget tho date Friday evening Oct 25th at Walton Opera House READ the sale ads of Dr SteeleI Bailey and Mrs Mary I Burch They will dispose of some valuable property next Saturday 26th LOST in or near Stanford bia loather hand bag containing deposit chock for 850 some cash spectacles etc Reward This ofilco THE Central Kentucky Real Estato Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to COO acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices Mn GEORGE B UtLIw spoke at Jamestown yesterday is billed to make ahalf dozenspceches in Woodfo county next week Mr Saufloy left for Jamestown Sunday accompanied by Mr Walter W Saunders lION OLLIE JAMES the big brainy congressman from the First distric spoko to a magnificent gathering or democrats at Danville yesterday He was introduced in a most appropria talk by Attorney W J Price AN immense crowd attended the funeral of Mr George Barnes Wcare at the homo of his parents Mr and Mrs George D Wearen Friday site noun and tho procession that follow tho remains to Buffalo cemetry was the longest seen hero for some time Dr A S Moffet of Lebanon preached a most touching funeral sermon and Rev J L Yandlo offered a fervent prayer The Hustonville male vocal quartet composed of Rev C W F Daniels A B C Dinwiddie Howar Camnitz and V B Morse Jr gave several beautiful numbers Flow tributes from Mr Wearens many friends literally hid the grave of the splendid young man Mr Wearen death is one of tho saddest that has occurred hero in years and the whole community is saddened by his untimely taking away- Additiontti Local on Second Pag- eANNOUNCEMENT I Olrcumitnncei over which I have no control comp lIIe to inovo to n different ell ante I therefore over for rent lilY dellmblo farm of cuncrti four mllei from Danville Lnnd very productive In high state of cul tUatton with every convenience for comfort and profit for llvo arli cl1i runt INnlannually securely to the right Toni Will sell stock and fixtures to rents Come and no it Ioisvmlon at once T A 11IIA WKY Danville Ky PUBLIC SALE I Having determined to remove West I will on SATURDAY OCT JWff beginning at oclock F sharp sell to the highest bidder without reserve or by bid at my place on Danville Htreet holt mite from courthouse In Stanford the following property towit Throe noOO of horses Including Possum Pie the earl ailed saddler a 4yearold Ienco drlv lag mare and 1I1t 4 8yearold a trap removable top good as new a rut- hertlrebuggy almost now one horsewa oni farming Implements parlor and bedroom sets and kitchen furniture book cases n parlor organ dining room table chairs and many other things not hereli detailed 8TKELK BAILEY On same afternoon BurcL whose property adjoins mileJust over tbe fence a handsome piano parlor and bed room sets and kitchen furniture line carpets 3 moquettes and other makes tables and cUiilrsnu well ns other things too tedious to mention Everybody Is urgently requested to attend this kale PUBLIC SALEo- f Fine Horses Wednesday Nov 6 mlIHaving rented will offer at public stile 60 Richly Bred Saddle and Harness Horses Includ ing 5 Stallions The Htalllons are Dorsey Oolddust 19KS General Hlmmons 81W7 Lincoln Cluck Stfa and two full brothers to Jack ODlatuonds Geldlnjt and two road mares that show speed Three matched teams 16 brood mares bred to above stallions colts geld rigs and flllles from weanlings to ear oh1s The ones twos and broken Haven yearling stallion colts S by Uorsey of standand bred mares All my own breeding and such stat lions iwDorwy Oolddust Lincoln Chief n Ion of Bourbon Chief M1mlo Wllkes a son nfOambottn WIUcs Quasi an Imported IIrt lIch Coacher Paragon a son of Jay Utrd nnd out of the best bred innres for both harness and saddle purposes and pro ren producers Possessing the blood Dorsey Alllowood Strathmore lambetta WlUesC K Clay JIappy Day Mimic Cecllllan Chief King Curtis AWn lah Messenger Chief Almont Etc Also two tine Jacks one and three years old four young nudes and a few good Jcr leys and Hhorl orns This stock will be sold at my form 854 nlles from Htsnford on Hustonville turn like In Lincoln county Ky on the Knox villI branch of the L 4 NII miles from on the 7 1II1Il omJunctlonOlty tbeorossing of the ot N and theCiA O Catalogues will beady Oct 15th K REID Danville Ky When You Think Shoes and Rubbers For Men WomcnnndfChildren think of our excellent stock Our stock is larger and the variety is greater on all grades and aa n consequence our trade especially on fine goods is much larger Let usshow you the new l i Ye snappy styles i i r South 11DepQt New Goods and New Prices Our Winter lino of Comforts and Blankets has arrived Baby npr all kinds =Silk Yarn nod Bear Skin Lot us dross the little ones for you ilufllera and Gloves are now in demand We lire ready to supply each and every one TRIBBLE HUGHES x Dry Goods Notions Shoes j Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI We want to show you our line of Heldman Clothes We have such implicit confidence in the Clothes we sell that we know they will impress you favorably and will receive due consideration when you are ready to purchase They are styled up to the moment Browns Grays Blues Blacks and many fancy patterns at prices that are attractive a etsetrsiss W B Perkins Crab The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is off on prices at the Emporium at Hustou vine We are price fighters I Your Lid Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected the cream of the market for you Come and bo convinced in this line Wo undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all Wo carry n general lino 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 1 SOLID OrchardI KentuckyII CAST I Which means that they are durable tee Geo DB Hoppers Stanford Ky TThe Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford ell ttoonddatt matter rtJBUSHBD TOISDATS AND sauna AT jOO PER YEAR CASH i rWhennotopal JliOOwmbe charged L N TIME THBL No II Houthl1l1 P NolI HOuth19t8 PM No 24 North St A x No22 North 17r x t JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W SweeneylBOl- BIETOB a Livery Ted and Salt Stall Lancaster Ky NOTICEAnyone nBtretcher can Newlandst Stanford lie has one he wlll show you and take your order and will all lln limn mi ilniillniilli ji c l ioi s BTLUN8FORD BID CARTERa New Livery S Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE Wire Lightning Wind Rtorm Life ai Accident the BTHONQE8T ai BB8T Represented Lowest Po Ilble Rate Guaranteed Lou Paying neo raiUneqonlled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagu Everything for Orchard Lawn an Garden employ no agents Catalogue on application fl F HlLLENMEYEn SON- SLexington Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm contalnin acres of rich Blue Grass land Thi 330 land is fine hemp and tobacco land mad last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nin rooms halls porches cellars etc Tw stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing spring and creek It is on a good turnpike am near town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain soldwithin the next 60 days cash bal ance to suit purchaser For further in 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 Offlce Phone Home Phone its JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Aim Dealers in Fur niture MattingsBugs They willexchange Furniture for allfKinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right s TAP wDIi KENTUCKY HONCCMcCHORD His Reelection Is Earnestly Desired by Bus ness Men and Shippers of Kentucky His Splendid Record In view of the importance to nil the people of tho oilice of Railroa Commissioner attention is called to the opposition recently put forth against lion C C chord by the petition candidate Mr Lew Tarltoi The democratic Irty nominated Mr some months ago then after the executive committee of tho republican party met and refuse to give him opposition Nevertheless on the evening of tho very last dny on which it could be done Mr Low Tarlton in disregard of the wish of his as evidenced by the action of its executive committee filed a petition with the secretary of state and has forced his name upon the as tho republican candidate for Railroad Commissioner From the following comments from republican as well as democrat sources it seems that Mr Tnrltons effort to thus obtain an oflice will undouhtedly fail FROM THE LOUISVILLE TIMES DEMOCRATIC Regardless of political affiliation business men of Louisville and Kentucky have Indorsed the candidacy of Mr C C McChord awl It Is not believed In view of this fact that he would have opposition for reelection services as chairman of the Kentucky Railroad Commission were recognize as being most valuable by the business men of the state and they are do slrous of keeping him in the position where he can protect their Interests against the railroads To this end a nonpartisan movement to indorse his candidacy swept through practically the whole state Some of the most valuable services that Mr McChord has rendered the business Interests of Kentucky Is his fight to compel the railroads to reduce the frelghtrates In Kentucky 25 per cent If this Is done Mr McChor pays that Louisville will then be placed on an equal footing with CincInnati FROM THE LOUISVILLE HERALD REPUBLICAN Charles C McChord was elected Railroad Commissioner ten years ago and was endorsed by the republicans of the state He has been n valiant chenlI pion of the people Indeed at this moment we know of no public Kentucky has to whom she could say with more candor Well done good and faithful servant Mr McChord has devoted the best part of his Ute to the cause of the people He has been a staunch friend of Louisville merchants and tnanufai turers He has been able to meet corporate greed with strict Interprctatlo of the law and In so doing has incurred corporate enmity The Herald holds no brief for Mr McChord but It would be careless oi the duty It owes the public if It did not do the simple act of justice to an honest official FROM THE COURIER JOURNAL DEMOCRATIC- C C McChord chairman of the Kentucky Railroad Commission waf elected president of the National Association of Railroad Commissioner at Its annual meeting which has Just adjourned after a four days sesslo In Washington D C The honor came to Mr McChord unanimously Whll a large majority of tho 125 delegates to tho convention are republicans thor was not a dissenting voice to his election Considerable surprise was manifested among the delegates over the fact that Mr McChord has opposition for reelection In Kentucky lie hall proved such an allaround capable officer his election to the presidency of the national convention testifying to the high regard in which ho Is hold the It was taken for granted that the republicans In Kentucky fully Indorsed his record FROM THE NEWS LEADER REPUBLICAN While the News Leader is republican In politics yet It never hesitate to call attention to and to commend the work of a public official when I deserves commendation Wo do not believe the people of Kentucky have the slightest Iden of defeating Hon C C McChord for Railroad Commissioner Although he is the democratic nominee the regular governing authority of the republican party namely Its executive committee sonic weeks ago refused to make a nomination against him thereby virtually endorsing his candl dacy he has therefore received the approval of the two great political parties The gentleman who has forced himself upon the republican ticket bj petition has no claim upon the republican party for Its support for tin reason that ho Is not Its nominee RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS MENS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION RESOLVED By the howling Green Business Mens Protective Association FIRST That we recognize the fact that the proper regulation of rail road rates Is now the most Important question before tho people of Kentucky as well as the people of the United States at large SECOND That the howling Green Business Mens Protective Assocla tion recognizes In the Hon C C McChord a faithful intelligent efficient and honest public official who has given great care and study to railroad regula tion and who has the courage to be Just to the shippers and at the same time Just to the railroads THIRD That we appreciate the valuable services ho has already rendered the people of Kentucky In his present position and believe that U he is permitted to continue in such position the good already accomplished Is but a foretaste of the benefits of a Railroad Commission which Is not content to be a mere sinecure but which undertakes to faithfully execute the duties required by law FOURTH We feel that tho people ot Kentucky could III afford to lose the services of so able an expert as the lion C C McChord just at this time when tho question of the regulation of railroad freight rates is on trial and the people of his district are therefore urged to stand loyally by him In his fight for reelection RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE LUMBER DEALERS OF KENTUCKY WHEREAS the Hon C C McChord has rendered signal service to the shippers of this state during his entire career as Railroad Commissioner now therefore be It RESOLVED by the Louisville Lumbermens Club of Kentucky FIRST That we recognize In the Hon C C McChord a faithful untlr Ing and incorruptible public official who by years of Intelligent work and study has equipped himself to bo and now Is one of the ablest railroad tom missioners In the United States with tho ability and courage to do Justice to both shipper and carrier SECOND That as a club wo disclaim any political allegiance with any party our membership being composed of members of various political par- fee but we take this action because we deem the matter one of buslncs8- rather thanwUtlcB feeling that It is the duty not alone to all shippers but also of all spirited citizens who desire the development of our statos great natural resources to give to Mr McChord their loyal and active sup art FARM FOR RENTI An ideal Doyle county faun of 00 acre with line tock food and Implements which can bo houglit at reasonable prIce Land haN produced pound of hemp hush ell of wheat barrels ot corn per acre Good residence nod nil outbuilding In ex cellvnt Water In every Vow mile from Danville Cash tent Apply lit Slits 011100 Good Farm For Sale 211 acre onFlritOIam nine Gras Land inlloi tatoofaud two large barn with four stall crib AO The farm Ii well watered with plenty nowrfalllng cIstern at barn wind mill furnishing water In and around the house and at barns cull on O T Iloho- ntainnonKyorGJnohon lluitonvlllu Ky UTIIOIION- PAVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buyreadyuuteolothingwhenthereI- s to difference In price n made tulti and n suit made to your nieujuro taken by an eiperlencvd tallort I have a handsome line of Fall Winter goods I an make from a low price buituoM suit to Ibe flneit drtu ult Overcoat Trou in and Fancy Vests The company I rep relent Ii tecond to none HOUUILKV The Tailor Htanford Ky 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Represented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Min Phone 21 STANFORD KY FINE FARM FOR SALE IN CAR RAND COUNTY A fine blue farm for sale situated 011 tike near 1otnt Lvavell and six south of Lancaster till ceo well located In d neighborhood 1Ilng part of the John Walker tract with a han some new two seven room redden thereon recently completed with nil ollt building and new WxOO Woll watered six never falling spring end cur k running through Tsaxalc cub In hand balance one ami two eare tr m of sale bearing six Ircent Interest until paid Tenons looking for such place pllale write E St and Walker on faun at lolnt LtavtU or W WRtker- HtanfoNiKT Isabella PItand W O Iknrell Ky DEAD GAME r If you will bring your Ions and Revolve to me and let ma put them In nritcla condition I have had S years experlenc In that builmu I put new handles on Razor Diodes Parrels on Walking Canes and Re pair Umbrellas Make apoelalty of fitting all kinds of ke1 to all kinds of locks aU kind repairing on bicycles and keep In stock all kind of blcT cle repairs Give men trial end will be wtllfd OOLtK MAY 139 N Third 8t imnvllle Ky TRIBBIE PfNCf1 Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Cat pets Druggeta Rugs Mattings rie Lure Frames Shades Lace Curtain and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR NLY I5O Few people In the United States have not heard ot the Courler Journal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean in all things It is essentially a family paper By a ipeclal arrangement we are enabled to of ter the WEEKLY COURIER =OURNAL one year oDd this paper for the price named hove Bend your lubecrlpUon for thecom nation to usnot tc the Courier Journal NoticeFarmersWe If you have a farm for sale write to us ACCOUNTS AND NOTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Reference Any Bank in Somerset t Address Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky FLORIDA AND II NEW ORLEANS 1 VIA LaaL I I r II Winter Tourist Tickets t CHANGEs yUttNHntbutNlnUlllt Ifor The Best and The Cheapest I The Old liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD iSaiirE nComfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house lost winter C rooms and bath loom with 815 of coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms The ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber I Central Kentucky Real Estate ExdiansS TITLE CO No Wncrc on the Wnyieiburg pike near Highland roout houu barn old ur orchard Thliproper ty Is near churchand Ichoolhoulli is wel worth tho price lwu No 2la acre mllell Bout of Ornb Or chard on the lm u two sior house good burn orchard and II well water lid about 100 acres of thli land Ii botton land and produce tine crops A bargain IlilWQS Ji cash In one and two year No 5115 acres on Duck Creek near Way nesburg room house barllftllO other outbuildings plentyof water Cash price ti No Iled acroi near Level Orocn Rock castle county Ky This ami lies a now x torT frame would cost to build nov IXO good turn crib Ac located near churci and ichool This 1i a nice home and can bo bought for 110 per acre 4 cash reo ntalnder In It month Nol the above farm 100 acres In cultivation Dwulllng of 4 room good barn and other outhulldlnK nice orchard One of the bc coun ty Price ftftOi half cashbalance and year No 6SU acres adjoining farm Not and acres In cultivation balance In tint bbr Good whlto oak hickory and ome tine cedar Ha 2tory log hum and good orch ard well watered Oaih price f lux No T2W acre near Maretiburg KyIW acres In cultivation house barn and outbuilding fine water and school church and H II station Price fywo K cash balance In one und two yea- rNoSSiIacrenear Ky nearly all of this tariff U bottom land tine for corn and meadow very good dwelling bouone barn and other buildings on county road 1 miles frommneruc College Cash price auNo5Macros on Drakes miler Crab Orchard This form adjoin the farmThisnecessary buildings a at- teoler aero No 1078 acre near Stanford In nice with all neceuary bulldfngete- can be bOugbt worth the money For full particular lit regard to all the above farm see or Ilaghe or Jame I White Htanford Ky WITHOUT I On Sale Noremucr Isl 1907 I I Good Returning Miy 3Ist 1908 I I Re KY t worth dwelling necessary Oonway TINNING C PLUMBING REPAIR SHOP reoImlrtrollalelIlrolllllllllllllldnctory K 1 oII JoaN Hlanford TRY UK Frankfort J State Journal Tho Democratic State Organ during the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest and most reliable news every day toW rf Pa Walton FrankfOrt Ky