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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r n r tiI 1 THE INTERIOP JOURNAL f VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 1907 NO 68I A Trip To Mars Oh by and by we shall hear the cry This IK the way to Mars Come take a trip on tho morning ship It salla by tho Isle of Stars t A glorious view of planetsnew Wo promise by night and day Past dying suns our good ship runs lAnd we pause at the Milky Way I am almost aura that we will take that tourrr= Together my dear my dear =i Forever have we by land and sea N Iy Gone journeying far and near Out over the deeps up mountain steeps Wo have traveled mile on mile And to sail away to tho Martian Day Oh that wcrp a trip worth while Ourf ship will race through seas of space Up into tho Realms of Light I Till the whirling ball of the Earth grows small And is utterly lost to sight Thro the nebulous spawnwhero planets arc born Wo will pass with sails well furled And with eager eyes we will scan the skies IForthe sight of a newmade world sun gone pathJA And afar from the Comets wrath Oh many a start of pulse and heart We have felt at the sight of land But what would we do if tho dreamt came truo And we sighted tho Martian strand So if some day you como and say They arc sailing to Mars I hear I want you to know I am ready to go All ready my dear my dear Ella Wheeler Wilcox I A Certain Cure for Croup Used for Ten Years without a Failure Mr W C Dolt a Star City Ind hardware merchant Is enthusiastic In his praise of Chamberlains Cough Ucmcdy Ills children hat all bwn subject to croup and be has used this remedy for the past 10 years and though they much feared tho croup his wife and ho always felt safe upon retiring when abuttlo Chamberlains Cough llcmcdy was In tho house Ills oldest child was subject to severe attacks of croup but this remedy never failed to effect a speedy curs Ho has recommended It to friends and neighbors and all who have used it say that it Is uncqualcd for croup and whooping cough For sale by nil druggists Tho following story is sent from Eauclatrc Wls On tho farm of Sliver Johnson two miles South of the city while two men were blasting out stumps and had their backs turned n poodle dog swallowed two sticks A f dynamite Acting as though he had swallowed a bottlo of patent medicine the dog made its way to a gray mule grazing near He bit the mule on the leg and tho latter responded with a swift kick that landed hard on the a dugd stomach The result of the kid was an explosion that blew the dog to atoms and which threw the mulo 60 feet into tho air In his downward flight tho mulo landed on a strawstack and escaped uninjured Tho explosion threw the granary down and broke all tho windows in one side of tho house l Qulnsey 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 I t applied Chamberlains Pain Balm and It gave mo relief In a short time In two days I was alright11 says Mrs Mich Cham L Cousins Otterburn berlains Pain Balm Is a liniment and t j valuable for sprains and druggistsMireceived a Secretary Latta who Is with President Roosevelt directing him to suspend action in the matter of cutting down any historical trees in the botanic grounds to make a site for the Grant statue un til President Roosevelt returns to Wash Ingtgn No homo Is so pleasant regardless of tho comforts that monoy will buy as when tho entire family Is In perfect hoalthe bottlo of Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents It will euro every member of tho family of constipation sick headache or stom ach trouble Pennys Drugstore Congressman Owsloy Stanley denies that tho Democrats havo no platform adding that it stands behind tho court house at Georgetown It is tho plat y form that Caleb Powers will stand on when he bis just deserts sp long delayed Frankfort Journal Tilt beautiful Fall weather continues i Y Senator McCrcarys Plea For De tnocracy There Is no discount on tho Democ racy of Senator James D McCreary For 30 or 40 years ho has never failed toy raise his yoke and cast his vote for tho Democratic nominees and those who fondly hoped that he would now go back on the splendid record of a Iifn time were mistaken in the man He spoko at Winchester Saturday and at Nlcholasvlllo Monday and in his Incomparable manner told of Republican failure and Democratic successes and urged tho retention In power of tho party that had dono all for tho advancement of Kentucky that had ever bcon done All tho nominees of tho campaign he said measure up to the Jeffersonian stan dard that they are honest and capable and will perform tho public duties faithfully Ho contrasted present con ditions of peace and prosperity with those that existed under Republican rule when he said cannon were plant ed in tho yard of the State house loaded to shoot down tho citizens of tho State when the soldiers of tho State supplanted the civil authority and martial law was declared The Senator took occasion to pay a beautiful tribute to tho Confederate soldiers of whoso number ho is a gallant survivor and urged them to vote so that the bugle note would go forth from Kentucky that all is and at tho same time show Mr Willson that ho mistook the calibre of the men who fought for tho cause they loved when ho says test 80 per cent of them will vote for tho party of assassination and mixed schools The Senator has lost none of his old time vigor of speech and his latest utterances will Increase tho already treat admiration in which he Is held They show that he is above petty plquo and a Democrat under all circumstances whether he is the standard bearer or a private in tho ranks and his speeches will be worth many votes for tho ticket For 30 years or more wo supported all tho political aspirations of Senator tlcCrcary and at no time have we ever elt prouder of him than now Ho is that noblest work of God an honest man a Democrat of purest type and las done a great deal for the State which In honoring him honored her self Frankfort Journal- CHURCH MATTERS Eld C E Powell will begin a series of meetings at tho Christian church at Columbia Nov Cth Phil Morse a colored boy of Garrctte burg committed suicide by hanging because ho could not got religion says tho Hopklnsvllle Kentuckian Mrs L Horn of Girard Ga has a family blblo which is believed to be the oldest in tho State It has been In tho possession of her family for 150 years There will be a Childrens Jubilee meeting at the MethodUt church Sunday at 3 r M All invited to attend old and young All pastors of the town are es pecially invited to bo present The Pas torThe subject at tho Methodist church Sunday morning will he A Remedy for Scarlet Slnsfanlah 118 Come and let us reason together etc No service at night on account of the protracted meeting at tho Baptist church Childrens jubilee at 3 p M AH the children of the town will be made welcome The Pastor Good crowds are attending life meet rig attho liaptist church and Rev J A Taylor of Shelby vilte Tenn who Is assisting the pastor Rev J Murray ayloiis preaching some interesting s rmons He is a very earnest speaker md has a splendid understanding of liblo truths Several havo professed religion and a number havo asked to be prayed for Tho services are held at 10 A M and 7 p M and you aril invited to attend them How to Cure a Cold fhe Question of how tocuroa cold without unnecessary Toss of tlmo Is ono In which wo are all more or less Interested for tho quicker a cold Is gotten rid of the less tho danger of pneumonia and other serious diseases Mr D W L Hall of Waverly Va has used Chamberlains Cough Rem edy for years and alloYs I firmly bo liovo Chamberlains Cough IJemody to bo absolutely tho best preparation on tho market for colds I havo rccora mended It to my friends and they all aureo with mo For sale by all druggists There is no truth in tho rumor that Mr Rockefeller is building a yacht to defend tho American Cup Mr Rocke feller is just now seeking to build enough life preservers for his oil com pany Bryana Commoner A Texas syndicate has purchased Roani NEWS NOTES Joseph M Garrett a prominent farmer of Woodford county is dead of typhoid foyer At Hopkins vllle S C Mercer was given 100 damages against his son on a charge of assault and battery Robert Glover a Negro bricklayer of Elberton Ga has tho record of laying 40000 vitrified brick in 10 hours While gazing skyward watching a St Louts balloon race Mrs C Mlll aged 72 dropped dead near Barrows Ind While racing an automobile on Michigan boulevard Chicago Adrian Sib- Bon 20 years old son of a prominent attorney of Cleveland 0 was killed Controller of the Currency Ridgcly gave out a statement in Washington in which he declared there was no causo for alarm In the general financial situationCharged with having insulted and threatened the life of a young white woman Henry S kcs a Negro was taken from the custody of an officer near Van Fleet Miss and lynched Ringling Bros have bought Barnum d Baileys great circus for 410000 When the company was formed in 1890 British investors almost fell over each other in their anxiety to subscribe the capital of the company 2000000 Suit was filed in Chicago asking that a receiver be appointed for the Stan dard Oil Company of New Jersey and- thb Corn Products Company George F larding tho complainant is a stockholder in the Corn Products Company Carrio Nation was arrested by the jailer at ML Sterling because she called him a drunken bum upon his refusal to allow her to speak at the courthouse Mrs Nation was released l y the County Judge and permitted fb hold her meetingThe in charge of the Nancy Hanks Lincoln Park in Spencer county Ind havo notified the county authorities that not another dollar will be spent in improvements if the saloon which is being built at the entrance to tho park Is granted a license Mrs Carrie Nation has accepted an offer to travel with a Ten Nights in a Barroom troupe as a side attraction receiving 200 a week and the privilege of telling things to the audience for 10 minutes a night Incidentally she will bo the leading lady of the attraction The Supreme Court of the United States has taken jurisdiction of the meat packers case wherein tho Armour Swift Morris and Cudahy pack- Ing companies were fined 15000 each for accepting a preferential rate from tho Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad on shipments of meat for export The Fish and Harriman factions havo reached an agreement to postpone the Illinois Central meeting to Dee 18 In the meantime the right to vote the 286731 shares will be fought out in the courts Stuyvesant Fish gave out a statement in Chicago In which he claimed to have had a majority of from 30 000 to 50000 when the count of proxies was abandoned The rebuilding of Mlllersburg Female College now seems assured more than 21000 out of tho necessary 30000 having been subscribed The students of the school and of tho Millersburg Military Institute have subscribed liberally as individuals and at the meet- Ing of citizens tho cadets pledged an additional 100 out of their personal allowances The Jittlo town is enthusias tic over tho latest turn of affairs A citizen after fivo years absence in California returned to the town and subscribed 1000 His Dear Old Mother My dear old Another who Is now 83 years old thrives on Electric nit trs writes W 13 Brunson of Dub lin Qa She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excel loqt appetite feels strongand sleeps well Thatalho way Electric Bit tors affect tho aged and tho sam hap py results follow In all cases of female weakness andgeneraldeblllty Weak puny children too Bro greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver ana kidney troubles by Penny the druggist 50o Miss Ethel ho began or Ethel I wean Xvo known you long enough to drop the Miss havent I7 She fixed her lovely eyes upon him with a meaning gaze Yes I thinks have she said What prefix do you wish to substituteTitBtsOut Out of sight out of mind is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arnica Salvo Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Plies too and chilblains disappear under Its healing Influence Guaranteed by Penny i druggist 25e I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Allen Skipworth a hpretpfora prosperous merchant of Barbourviile has assignedMiss Arnett a popular young woman of Nicholasvllle is dead of a complication of troubles The Widow of John McElroy one of the best known and best loved women in Marion county isTlead In Madison county an Italian died a few muiutes after eating heaytlly of a buzzard he had killed and cooked Dr T L Gamblin for the killing of Ballingcr Wrfght at Burnside was helii over to circuit court in the sum of 000J R Baileys store at Baileys Switch near Barbourviile was robbed of several hundred dollars worth of goods which were taken away in a wa gonDeputy Sheriff Curt Jones shot and killed John Arnold at the jail door at Corbin after Arnold had fired three shots at him at close range Jones arrested Arnold for drunkness and took him to jail falling to disarm him While Jones was unlocking the door Arnold drew a revolver and shot Jones in the breast A pocket book turned aside the ball and saved his life He then fired two more shots at Jones one taking effect in the forearm Jones drew his pistol and shot Arnold dead HUBBLE Most of the wheat in this community has been threshed and is being sold at KElder iams will fill his appointment at the Methodist church Sunday morning The whole community was shocked Saturday morning when tho news came that Joseph Rice of Hedgevllle had been murdered The killing occurred Friday night about 10 oclock The coroners jury held an inquest over the body and decided that ho came to his death at the hands of Frank Chapman who was arrested and taken to Dan ville Much sympathy Is felt for the friends and relatives of the deceased Mrs T A Smith and Miss Fairy Oatts of Monticello are guests of Mrs D F Rankin Edgar McKechnie of Louisville spent Sunday with his home folks here Mr Ben Smith and wife were up front Somerset visiting their sisters Mesdames Lee and John Rankin Miss Grace Deering of Lexington is the guest of Miss Fionnie lIam mond J S Weaver of Wayne county is here looking for a farm Mr and Mrs J S McKittrick are receiving congratulations over ason which arrived last week J H Floyd and G J Bohon of Hustonville were here Tuesday on business Misses Maud and Mollie Spainbbwcr took their pupils on a chestnut hunt which was thoroughly en joyed Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33 Years I have been afflicted with sore eyes for 33 years Thirteen years ago I be came totally blind and was blind for six years Mjr eyes were badly inflam ed Ono of my neighbors Insisted upon my trying Chamberlains Salve and tfavomo halt a box of it To my surin Iso it healed my eyes and ipy Bight came back to meP C Earls c nth lana Ky Chamberlains Solve U for sale by all drugglstsI jThe Phoenix National Bank of Lex l gton hasbeen successf ully worked with forged checks for two months Joseph Dohers 1200 balance in the bank is gone and his son Albert Doher aged 30 is in jail charged with having forged his fathers name Tho first check was for 50 August 23 the next 150 then three for 200 ero honored without question Becoming bolder the forger mado out tho final check Oct 21 for 400 Mrs Henpeck Thoso who aro un lucky in lovo are said to be lucky at rdshenpeckIf youd let me out nights dear I think it would bo a good thing for mo to play poker Pack They Make YbuFeeiCood Tho pleasant purgative effect exper- Ienced by all who use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of tho body and mind which they creato makes ono feel joyful Price 25 conts Samples free at all druggists Did your dear husband die intes tate t Nolobbed the grieving widow It was liver trouble Detroit Free Press In tho South of Franco wine Is now sold by tho half hour On payment of two cents ono can go into a wino cellar and stay there for half an hour Foloys Kidney Cure will euro and casd of kidney troublo that Is not beyond medical aide Pennys Drug- Store ti Gov WOEradley I Will address the voters of Lincoln I V County in behalf of the Republican Ticket at Waltons Opera House STANFORb KY PM- S4TIIRDAYNOV2ND afoclockIf t Everybody Cordially Invited R L1I DavisonChairman Rep Co Committee SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc Heinz Preserves Heinz Apple Butter Heinz Sweet Pickles Heinz Sour Pickles Heinz India Relish Heinz Pepper Sauce Heinz Mustard Dr83ing Heinz Chjli Sauce Heinz Horse Radish Heinz Chow- Chow Heinz Spiced Pickles Heinz Pearl Onions Heinz Sweet Onions Heuiz Tomato Chutney Heinz Tomato Soup Heinz Baked Beans Heinz Pork Beans mid all the other good things put up by the great Caterer Heinz At W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Books Wall Paper IFoorW B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD J I I PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded r a t 1 The Interior Journal 6 Co WALTON JOHN J MOSE- RIslcandidateforlnllerofjncoln county subject to the action of the party M BRUCE 1111 candidate for Jailer of LIncoln ount subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES Co HAYS It ft candidate for Jnller of IJncolnbu subject to t action of the Democratic party D C ALLEN candidate for Assessor of Ltncoln- cctyubjecttotheactlorlofthe Democratic party Democratic Ticket For U S SenatorJ C W Deck tarn For GovernorS W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Hendricks For State Superintendent Schools M0 Winfrey vy rFor Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trimble For Auditor H Mi BoswSrth For Secretary oft State Hubert Vreeland For TreasurerRuby Lafloon For Clerkl of Court of Appeals John B ChenaultIFor Representative of Lincoln c u- ntyWII Shanks WHEN you go to the polls a week from next Tuesday Nov 5 andbveI stamped in the circle under the g met little rooster turn to the sixth and t last column of your big ballot and voteI yes on the courthouse proposition A building to cost only 35000 is asked and it can easily be built without an Increase of taxation That a new court house is needed no sane man who will take the time to investigate willI gainsay An adequate and secure building Is needed and needed badly and why not have it7 Valuable records are going to niin some 300 or 400 are being paid out for office rent yearly and lives are endangered by the old struc ture If better reasons than these for a new Courthouse are desired we will give them to the public next issuer Vote yea on the courthouse proposition and have a temple of justice in keeping with the good county in which it is located EDITOR W V RICHARDSON Hof the Advocate and his friend Mr Lowry Marks also of Danville put a lot of burglars to flight the other night They discovered them as they were at tempting to enter an adjoining building and sent several bullets their di a rection Blood was found where the scamps were working We thought our good friend uRich too mild mannered a man to even harm a burglar but thats where we were SENATOR MCCREARY defines a democrat as a man who connects himself rwith the democratic party adheres to a the principles of that party obeys its rules and shows his fealty to it by sup porting its nomiriees Had ho taken a column for the definition he could not have made the meaning clearer WITH the election only 10 days oft if behooves you and every otherdemocratI to get to work and do the splendid ticket that wjll be found on the ballot under the rooster Talk and work for democracy during the remaining hours of the campaign As long as the lamp holds out to burn the vilest sinner may return Curt Jett charged with the murder of J B Marcum and Thomas Cockrill and serving a life sentence for killing the former has joined the church GOv BECKHAM was given an ovation at Perryville Wedneseay Over 1000 people heard his splendid speech and 100 men on horseback met him two miles out of town and formed an escort for himc A STENCIL stamp under the rooster and one in the square opposite yes in the courthouse proposition and youI will have done a good days work Tuesday week POLITICAL Judge S W Hager in his speech to a large audience at Bardwell pointed out the fact that capital had been in duced to invest in Kentucky during the past few years because of the peace and order that have been maintained t by the Democratic administratioh and the confidence that has been felt In the honesty of the State Government ExGov Bradley Jn a recent speech in trying to pander to the good graces of the old Confederates said God bless the old Confederate soldier I always feel like taking off my hat to him Bradley evidently thought the same way when he voted for the Negro Asbury over Cecil the son ofa mar tyred Confederate soldier But that did not cause the leopard to change his I epots Frankfort Journal t r Iw A Thompson and H S Clays arrested and placed in Jail at Paris The arrests grew out of the suits file byJ D AlcCliritock against tho repub lican committeemen who read him otit of the party J Morgan Chlnn in a speech deliver ed to a large audience composed mostly of farmers at Warsaw said that records of the court of appeals showed that in the only cases against the to bacco trust that had come to the court of appeals th trust had been repre sented by Augustus E Willson One suit involved 100000 the trust having sought to evade the payment of that amount in taxes to the city of Louts ville BRODHEAD Mrs Eliza Roberts is very low with pneumoniaXenophonEmcrlck sold to Mr Dil lingham a pair of two year old mujea for 240 Rev A J Pike went to Louisville Wednesday to visit his daughter MfS Robert Hicks Isis son Charlie ac companied him Attorney C C Wit liams of Mt Vernon McKenzIo Drown of Williamsburp and Wm Owens of Spiro were here Sunday to witness the ball game Ned Walker the phrenologist has icciMri ourmidst for several days and a great many heads were examined and some fqund wanting Mr Walker seems to be well versed In the science and is a gentleman all around Ho is from Galveston Texas but graduated San Francisco Ho says as soon as ho can find a suitable place he will begin to teach phrenology He went from here to London About 200 people witnessed a ve- xdceball game here last Sunday between the Gum Sulphur and Brodhead cams The former team was assisted the Crab Orchard boys and the lat tel by Mt Vernon The score was 10I to 14 in favor of Brodhead with one inning left unplayed Several persons from surrounding towns were here We enjoy a nice game of base ball 8SI such as any one but we hardly enI done Sunday games It seems that anther day would do as The remains of Tony wellIwas killed while ville yards last Monday were brought to this place Tuesday and after funeral services by Rev AJ Pike were interred in the Christian church yard any was 20 years old and a promising young oman well thought of by all who knew him but the brakingcraze got hold of him which like a great many others led to his death He was a sun of Hiram Roberts was raised here but with his parents moved to Junction City two years ago where he resided when killed Dr and Mrs J F Watson visitedthe farmers parents lathe Glades section Sunday Edward MdAee and wife John Mahon and wife of Lawrence burg M B Salin and wife of Mt Vernon and Barbee McAfee of Pine Knot were guests of Cashier J W Hut heson and wife Conductor Ed Hunt of Lebanon Junction was with his father and brother here Fred Durham leaves for Pine Knot this week where he has accepted a position with the Pine Knot Banking Co W G Smith cashier of the Bank of Eriends ville Cecil McClary cashier pf the Bank of Troy were with friends and relatives here Wm Kruger and Miss Anna Tate of Mt Vernon werehere Sunday Miss Rlssie Williams of Mt Ver non was the guest of Mrs Mary Al- bright Wednesday M Baucum and C Lyons of Junction City and M Van Arsdale of Nicholasville were here looking after their lumber interests- MATRIMONIAL i John Delaney and Miss Mary Stewart both of Rowland were married a few days since J M Deathcrage just 21 and Miss Annie Gibson 19 both of the Kings ville section were made one Wednes day Ernest Prewitt and Miss Lena Mc Clelland prominent young people of Hnrrodaburg eloped to Danville last night and were married Miss Helen Terrill and William O Mays were married at Richmond The bride is a niece of former Governor David R Francis of Missouri while the groom is a nephew of former Governor William 0 Bradley- RICEMCCLUREDr f A S Price the popular dentist of this place ands Sabra McClure a handsome widow ofCrab Orchard were married in Cincinnati at noon Wednesday They returned to Crab Orchard that night where they were warmly congratulated The groom is one of Stands very best citizens and is liked by nil who know him His bride il well known here and is greatly admired She is a most excellent woman and will make a helpmeet fond and true We join their many friends in extend ing hearty congratulations and with them wish Dr and Mrs Price all the pleasure that can come to a happy married pair A pistol dropped from Peter Gaddis pocket near MJ Sterling and he was killed by the explosion that followed Celia Brown was given one year in the work house for selling whisky in Danville r 0 In the circuit court at Harrodsburg judgment for 10000 w4s obtainer against John B Thompson president of the Old Jordan Distilling Coi in a suit of the Commonwealth for balk taxes from 1892 to 1907 inclusive Mr Thomp son will take an appeal Kentucky during the past year has- risen from tenth to ninth place anions the coal producing States having turn ed out 9653647 tons of coal valued at 9809 938 This is a gain In value of tThe 1500000 State Bank and Trust Co of Carson Nov with branches at Goldt field Tenopah and other cities has clos ed its doors The banks assets are believed to exceed its liabilities Seven workmen wer2 injured four fatally in an explosion at one of the blast furnaces of the Clnirton Steer Cov tat Clairton Pa Mules rye selling high in Missouri The Fulton Telegraph notes the sale of a lot of22 big mules wt 1350 Ibs at 24250 u r TINNING PLUMBING REPAIR SHOP I have op nci n tinning and plumbing re pair shop la the old icttr hirnuu stand uiiU reipvctiully ask n share of your patronage promising lI1urllclor work nt rvutunnlilv priers K UUKKNHtuuronl POSTED appearWewhoie strictly forbid hunting llahlngur any kind of iron passing on our places und wilt prosecute vj to the full extent or the law ivpplesMrsHlmnwm Bro Tlntley Hpoonatnore- IV w Carter lien l Mnrtln M K Lawrence Jteuben Curtis JH Hocker J M ISittui T A Mice Morgan ChanpeU Amnntlt Mch caner Green Kcrrlli JL UolUclAur 1VILu1 MrsJF1ulllmn ici1u111nni Dalmer Mrs Katherlnu Ador 3fteser x Paxton THEATRE TAJK HO 51 THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITTAKNI CA has long been recognized as the greatest of reference works and Is without question the greatest book of its kind that hu ever been published ia the English A WHOLESOME STORY WELL TOLD NilITSGIVES A LIST OF ONE UUNUKKD OF THE GREATEST BOOKS the world Ius ever produced TIlE LIST IS BEADED BY and well towards the head is the greatest of all romantic novels ever written ALEX ANDER DUMAS MONTE CRISTO IT IS FROM THIS SPLENDIDLY WRIT TEN ROMANCE that the stirring romantic melodrama of the same name was drama tized This famous work appeared in 1844 and may be said to have excited more universal interest than any romance since Robinson Crusoe or Waverly THE EXTRAORDINARY COLOR THE NEVER FLAGGING SPIRIT the en eurprtses and the air of nature which is east over even the most extravagant situations make this play worthy of the popularity it has enjoyed in almost every country of the world IT IS SELDOM IF EVER THAT AN ADAPTATION FOR STAGE PRESENTA TION EXCEEDS IN POPULARITY AND GENERAL FAVOR THAT OF THE NOVEL ITSELF However that is the cue viin p IONEMonte Cristo which has had the most solid success of any book play known to theatrical history THE STORY IS A MOST IMPRESSIVE ONE AND DEALS WITH ALL THE PASSIONS AND EMO TIONS The play which is in five acts is provided with a complete scenic investiture and the costuming is correct and in accord sacs with the period of the play The trade mark established by the management is YOUR MONEYS WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK so the public takes no chances when this sterling play la pre seated here It is not often that a theatrical company visiting this city will as an evidence of good give a public guarantee as to the excellence of the attraction but Fred 0 Conrad the manager of Monte Cristo gives the ollowing Guaranteed Pledge We hereby authorize the local manairrr every town that lin play to guar it to be first I YOU LOSE CANT HERE II class in every particular The word guar antee ia much 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 we have made it mean something Cut this out take it with you to the theatre and if after the first act you are dissatisfied with the entertainment given your money will be refunded We personally guarantee the excellence of this attraction FRED G CONRAD Manager USUAL PRICES WILL PREVAIL Waltons Opera House Friday Oct 25th 111I NO cbsrgo for examnetton orielenltik h torinte methods lre scrlpYlnnVlniseiRround to order set an work 111 frame or mountings material l satifacte charges nuKlornti lernlanentlvlernlel Ill Tel Hullitlng KyL V lOW KM Optometryst GOOd Business for Sale 3t roperty and general stock of iner will at once std 1l1e Curtilnfurmntlouit JivVii r Mfirhtbury Ky FOR SALE tnrtynlx ucrrs of Blue Urnss land In Un the Ih lb iiitv hull liun vTlloAHtjiinliint hlout- ncrsIi tt tittelocttct patsunaiis lit 1lollIt IIlCIlth1ltlon Ill u Ile laud IIlul Onll on urlarmtic jor a adtinaa MUAtHOM Junction II K Joseph 3244 Vol IJ Is pure IItI tins lien ntrepte for r1first volume of The Alnericivu Mwlno Uiconl Astovlatton Hook under tho ruloot t II usstelnlbOn anti Ilt So I nil IIboI Min Rtlwnnl So dam t105audrn Son Mlruof 1111 InlIo CCltrf llruw Nowv dam of MIre IIDndlall Nellie MiK MIre tit ttniii Kontnokv No KM itnin of dum Golden U o lvab It t 111- 111n that ltte 7nmwurth Mwlae it tbe market Lila dno ikrwnrdeelpbt 111 atlearsuld sold for ftllI bll dam Alexnntina weight Ial0t- urIJrsl pile weight 6Wnt It months Itllndrroseawellwith hint at Jl cash JOltS COOK Mtnnford Ky PUBLIC SALE As ndmlnlttrntor of Joseph COlTejI will cell nt public outcry nt a at Morelund llnnlnlt at 13 A M on KIllDAY OOT f5 tIp The following docrllied property Jto11iN old work mull good mare 8 yean old anti In foal to jack pair t ear old work mules III hands high and worker II KellIgood5ryrnr dhl Fniollysilorseh wusl ally where I u ur IOytlIrold tarnlly nnil work hone bunt on Itoml hrood catIOWA ail OoIJOundIIUItOIJOltOdlll iMiles Its l not or Timothy hayfA bales of IS- bult or mlllet straw w bushels of Glenn shnrd ltd l ruhlr Urtd buggy Roc rs 11111 grass Jll kltOlIltl l road cart to horsewngon t ig0tr txvls I- Dfrnnlll hay ems turnln tdrogs1iuootbWgimrrowlylptereatin1kercog II utlnl box npr By harness Ysots of wagon harness i IlIlr of stock sealer I saddle anti many otbttr thllll tOIl tdlou to lUntlon Trml mati T ii lngllah Auer iGxbolrtrOOVIKTAdulrJstCoffey Notice of Election term of tho Lincoln count conrt teat Monday Hvpt present linn n- C Warren In the matter of the Ilpllcalon grade of tb IbcolIAt limo last regular term of tlili court J if- rhomponItlAetmn by sluedI Hteplien win Hoxueqn I A and W ueeka lt MiiiBmv ye W aUorJI Johnson t V nigh M U Murphy lint- thenitxxhIlawarddweeneyTlinggunt Wm lonll- Iorrtl LeachWall Oeorge IIIItd IUcka U Ounnon w U Murphy e1U it JnkI- II W itAMingtetonttt31HingletonT rRlor unllook U J H K6i J ltaulfi 1UL1I ooch lhl1 oJlnney J A hart unit Ileater U hebO LMurshy t1bolettjCIIJyIJrt A Goochs 1ItOlrtIlRDI J F Htull wits flied tt upset ourt beford It Wnrroll judge of uld raurt asking that II Jrnded Votnntot HcbMl Ilstltlw established with bound ry aslollo ai IIMW1aIW- k IIiI3illg lit John B NCKred included d tbellce to In Hntlh J lima iiicled UieludcdthrnMISuille n Ira NOIlon the C N0 J T I It hmll post tbrnc to till uM Nester or 1Iunhrllln0- IlIcludll tltenca tu 11IieIueley included IlIcllldl thenrt- 3IfowuniHweeneylncfudell thence to JPowersw mull now W nlln1uordeSClullIIltbenN- to KKhint H utile North 0 H thence to J tp wgroveInu excluded tbence to J Ie- KtJ the court that nil of And It UPIMulll to the andloner iiro legal voters res denuSffid taxpayers in the sold prollllO- Id Cmutnon 1Urlctt In the InKingsvlllraSowntown of thu sltcMagisterial t and tlillt schoco IhuusO a tho KlngllIIe- ICboolboaalocutedln KlnglIUe Lincoln to lieund is not ax- wdrngingse1ndlerfrontanyv rtlonofhe IIlIInJorltyof ttrlctitenibratedInwholeoriinpart anld ruded of tau IlIld- JlrollO eonaented to tho wbllllllllent d OrllIod theirconsent litWriting IIPIRrhilient bUI of cOIIentcd to tbe aid lineendorsed die- rosentInwrltingupogthe said ItlllunI- II Aelwncount tbe lid hopCourt being Mild In attlJ 1I111lberItT It houn e iitereby 1lrect cnuII a Pell to andordered ICy andofopened UII In 1t107oraotngthereonlt eauayor October tu lake thllof thislifter the or tho entry whito voters In pro etherdun enmoiirltebooldlllatnictLurlonigtngto tbd purse hltll nlnlntdning n UrlltltlOomOlonuf uru 1cdsaidboot in the oftheDistrict fur purpose Ictingsultuble buildings there law vlded hv tile said ellctlon will cause the The olllceraof district to ncrprovided salttaxn1811lxtrustees of Trio or cllcUon- wtll the of sold mnke dun return 0 tho result electlou It one iCopy AtWIU n o t nOOOlEUt1Ierk By E IIonuington110S- T11f111Hesherlnof Mncoln county t onlcr was berby dul certified byOeo II to lilt l County Cour- tiedInttheilxraamicJoounei asemi Lincol- nmtyKy anti In ollllIunce therewith Ky In I will OJICII the polls nanttd Olt the day and the di net uooe 01 tak- Ing for timeordertllndllto rlIJln ohtlof IUlildltrlct on- tbu question of eatabllllhln Oflldro 00111 said dletrldtmOn in lflh day of- lember even yberllofL1nconCounty r a =g i f walkover HocKer + f t It is useless for us to go into detail about these two i i items You all know them They are as old here as my business In all kinds of leathers and styles Walk F over Shoes 350 4 and 5 Hocker Bootees 5 Soldg j onlY by us l alar a s H J McJROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY r Every Box of Paper now in stock froth 25c to 75c is entirely new and of the latest Fallstyles We take pleasure in showing it toa you PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to BeatlI Try It Only 25 Cents Nf STANFORD DRUG CO I r When You Think Underwear I i For men women and children think of our excellent stock from children8 lgarments at lOcto thefluotigoolorfalbriggaiiat15QPrlluyyour un derwear a trlyae sorab thttaplo ins lire already getting scarce We handJo the Set Snuband Oneita for ladies w r j SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD KY Orr 25 00 r WilEN you want to make your selc- cf Uon from the largest and most up to date line of post cards go to Penny- Drug Store PERSONALS JOE 1MB CorTBV is working at ingaton LlvI MR 0 G SPKAKS went to Wednesday JoiW L JOXBS has returned to wor at Stonegak Viu Mils IftOAN It Huoiuta returned front Mt Vcrnon yesterday MR WALTEK MARTIN of Paris passed up to Maywood Wednesday MR W IL TRAYLOR is attending thi distillers convention at Louisville MRS JAI s MiiusiiOM of Lebanon Junction Is with the homcfolka here MR PETER HALM EH of the Hca Creek section Is threatened with fever MRsHHWnltlhasreturnedfroL m t tyJMRS JAMES I WHITE returned Wed from a visit to Kockcastla rcla tiresI altc AND MRS JOHN 11 COLLIER 0 l Louisville nrogucsts atMr James I 4 Whites ATTOHNEY C C Williams of Mt iVernon was hero on legal business Tuesdayj JULIA lug113 ia visiting her daughter Mrs Carter nt Evans ville lad iMn THOMAS D COLUER of Somor let was a substantial callernt this of fico Tuesday Mn L F Hunntc of Rock Caitlo Springs is with his brother Senator It L Hubble EVERETT STONE of Louisville spent several days with his parents Mr and Mrs Leo Stone MR FRED J CONN and handsome wife of Garrard county paid this office a tall Tuesday MR C A WALTER ono of Kings vllles progressive merchants was a caller Wednesday- DR C A Cox and wife of Stanford reached Columbia last Wednesday Mrs Cox to remain several weeks Adalr hewsMn J WftEYNOLos the nee Lick merchant roturned from Louisville yesterday where ho bought stacks of goods MR It E HUGHES of Louisville pnsicd through to that city Wednesday after a visit to his parents at Lon caster MR AND MRS T S ROIUNSON of Birmingham arrived yesterday to visit Judge W L Dawson and Miss Halllo Dawson WALTER JPIINSON Springfield III la with his aunt Mrs N J Horton In tho East End They paid us a call Tuesday DR ISAAC WARREN of Somerset was hero Wednesday to see his brother udgo R C Warren who is somewhat T ANDREWS who has spent the Summer with her father Mr IK Murphy loft yesterday for her homo at Fort Worth Texas- LOCALS LOST between Lancaster and R L Jlu blos residence a long pair of tan kid gloves Reward Leaveat this office i TilE Warren Grl Chapter U D C will meet with Mra J N Saunders next Tuesday afternoon 29th at 230 oclock WE added a clothes cleaning de partment in the rear of our barbershop and will do your work with neatness and dispatch Cook Farmer TilE sale of Dr Steele Bailey will begin at 10 A M instead of 1 r 1I Saturday as heretofore advertised See elsewhere what ho hadto dispose of TilE friends of temperance are dlaI appointed that Rev J B Harris Wilmore did not deliver a speech hero this week but they are contenting themselves with tho hope that ho will be hero Monday and speak at 11 oclock FIRE AT DANVILLE J T Reids livery stable at Danville burned Wed nesday night and 22 horses and a largo number of vehicles were consumed The Kentucky Supply Co and the city- w4lkhouso a were both damaged The are to be well covered with It not known how tho fire originatedf R rlahTHOSE who attend tho Monto Crlsti willsscenery n brandInew curtain SUITS AND OVKUCOATS Elegant assortment prices from 5 to 26 value a in tho relation to price Cum mans McClary soldkto 710 per pound Mr Perry Isknown in the Sang King II DR HOREKT E GATZ a prominent physician of Louisville says that roller skating is a cure for indigestion insom nia and loss of appetite 1LoST firnear Stanford black depositissome etc Reward This office ATTEND the sale of Joseph ColTeyi effects at Moreland today Friday Lots of valuable farming utensils stock feed etc will bo sold Estateffarms 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Wrlto or apply for particulars and prices DR W11 SWEARING EN formerly school teacher in this county died a few days since at Stafford Kansas lie was 31 years old and a prominent young physician Bio GUN COMING ExGov W 0 Bradley will address the republicans and others at Waltons Opera House in Stanford at 1 oclock Saturday after noon Nov 2 MRS C Y-omuxawillhave her millinery opening at Highland today and tomorrow Friday and Saturday Misses Fannie Young nnd Ora Williams are her trimmers TONY ROBERTS Junction City begun braking on the Q C last Monday morning Before 10 oclock a train had passed over him cutting off both leis and ho died three hours later Tile Stanford eleven will meet the Lancaster team on tho gridiron here this afternoon and a good game of football may be expected Doth sides will play strictly school teams Go and cheer up our boys and at tho same time got your moneys worth of the game SrFAKlNclIonJMortRothwell of Lancaster will speak for the democrat ic ticket at Crab Orchard next Satur day Oct 26 at 130 r M and at Mc Kinney on Tuesday night 29th at 7oclock Mr Rothwell is a pleasing speak er and a good crowd should greet him at both appointments DR WILLIAM Il ANS father of Mr W L Evans of Hustonvilte died at his homo in Danville a few days ago Ho was 81 years old a fino practitioner in his day and an excellent old gentle man We sympathize with our county man in his great lOllS Dr Evans is survived by his wife and three children A LARGE crowd greeted Mr George B Saufloy of this place at James town Monday nnd Mr Walter W Saunders whb was present says that gentleman made the speech of his life Mr Saufloy was warmly congratulated on his splendid effort by many of the substantial democrats of Russell county No patty has ever nominated a clean er or more honorablo man for any office than is Mr V11 Shanks tho demo cratic nominee for Representative of this county Vote for him and tho rest of the superb ticket tho democrats offer for your suffrage Also turn to tho last column on tho ballot and vote yes on tho courthouse proposition EXCHANGED SHOTS On tho farm of Mr Nathan W Pipes near Huston villc that gentleman and a tenant nam edJohn Magill exchanged a number of shots Tuesday morning both using shot guns Both fired a number of shots j but as Magill had a corn shock for breast works he came out first best Ho escaped Injury but Mr Pipes was peppered considerably and may lose the sight of ono eye The men fell out over division of tho corncrop but wo were unable to learn which fired first Ma gill was arrested by Deputy Sheriff W H Hester and is still in jail although no warrant has yet been issued for him MISS frEW yORK IB the name of the host and prettiest Petticoat made ami we have them in Sattccn and Silk nt 81 to 10 These goods are made by skilled labor and havo plenty of size to them tVlllwit comes to Beauty Satisfy stove91Ito night aro now on sale at McRoberts drug store Six per cent will be added to all city taxes not paid before Nov 1 Pay now and save the penalty R G Jones city marshal IWE BrO showing unusually at tractive styles and patterns In Top coats and Raincoats See them Cum mlns McClary QUITE a crowd from this place wil attend the Union Depot entertainment at Hustonvillo Saturday evening 26th Better bo ono of It 1 OR one of mv deputies will be at Hustonvillo next Saturday 26th to collect taxes Remember the penalty goes on Nov 1 T J Hill sheriff FOR RINNTStoreroom in lively Central Kentucky town Especially adapted for restaurant but good for anj kind of merchandise business Living rooms above Apply or write to this officeeTilE Adair News speaks in high terms of Mr George B Sauflcys address to the democrats and others of Russell county at Jamestown Monday By the way Mr Saufleyn democracy was given a pretty fair test when ho com plied with chairman Hincs request to drive the 120 miles partly over mountain roads and deliver a speech FOR SALCA now tarction engine one separator self feeder andwind stacker Ono saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at LOc per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on ac count of ill health All this machinery is comparatively new and cost about 3000 It can be bought for a very I low price Sea or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky REMARKAtiLEMIss Jeanie Fariss the 10 year old adopted daughter of Mr and Mrs L A Fariss who created a widespread reputation somo years ago by her clever work as a medium was thought to bo hopelessly insane and ar rangements were being made to send her to Lakpland Asylum Wednesday but at the suggestion of Mrs Fariss Mrs Johnson a medium of Somerset came up and after a few hours work with her her mind became as clear as ever nnd she now shows no signs of mental derangement Mr Fariss and wife aro delighted at the change In her condition THE real andrecreation of seeing a clean genial wholesome play which is also powerful and thrill ing should make all theatergoers greatly interested in tho coming en gagement of Fred G Conrads compa ny hero in Monto Cristo Public fa vor for this superb example of the romantic melodrama is perennial and it is gratifying because Monto Cristo represents all that is worthy in stage entertainment It appeals in a fasci nating manner to tho imagination and it feeds tho hunger wo all havo for romance It is a series of memorable pictures as presented by Fred G Conrads company using the dramatization made by one of tho best of Monte Cristos stars Eugene Mooro Thero aro five acts in the play as given by Mr Con rads company Ho brings an unusual quantity of special scenery Seo tho performance at Waltona Opera House tonight Friday Oct 25 THERE will bo only one ticket for councilmen in tho good city of Stan ford to be voted for at tho election Tuesday week Nov Two tickets wero made up ono known as tho Old with the following gentlemen on it M D Elmore John M Stone J F Pey ton J N Menefee P M McRoberts and E T Pence The other known as tho New has theso gentlemen on it W B McKinney J C McClary J It Beazley Mark Hardln Gcorgo B Saufley and Ed Wilkinson Both were presented by petition to County Clerk Cooper to be placed on the ballots but when he found that in several instances the same persons had petitioned both tickets and the law providing that where such is the case tho names are stricken from both and the Old board being short of petitioners after the cleansing ho decided that the New should be tho ono to go on the ballots andIprice II B Northcott Stanford 4t Farm For Rent I with to rent nt oncetleft ColllPf- fnrm ol 6u Hcr near Odnr rcak Lincoln county Adlrm TIIMAftfOMiIKIl mutton A Sontrsel Ky NOTICE llAvliif decided to dlitolvo srtavshlpt- cedsslreto thank our nuiiiy patrons fur their lllir l Ibtronnge and ask tall who are ImleliUtl to uti to cull and settle at once IlMiret IRUITT Hltoa FOR RENT M acres bottom land on the Htnnfnnl k Iliutoiivlllt pike nt Iluitonvllltt llou u and lot goal burn nnd outbuildings lit norei In Timothy meadow the Imliinct to ItO In oats In the Terms food note JInN KLIA IlTXYixiii n No WIIIUburK Wellington Co Ky ANNOUNCEMENT tMrcuinitnncoi over which I Imvo no con trol rompvl me to move to a different ell mute I therefore onvr lor rent my deilrnlilo fnrinof wneresfour tulles from Danville Land very productive In state or cul tivation with every convenience for com fort nnd profit for five years cash rent Mmlnnnually securely to the right man Will tell crnpnnd fixtures to renter Com und no It PoNc slot at orjce T A IJIIADLEY Danvlllo Ky STORE ROOM STANFORD FOR SCALE I If not soM privately I will tell at public nurtlonnt tars r IKCE1tIIERe court dny the D W nnllevecr tn Opera Ilouto Block Htnn Ittoreroomoccupied the pottottlce und U locntru storeroom In town being directly oppnMte thq courthouse and on Main storeroom linn n side room nnd n splendid basement The lot on which the room stands runs beyond the Ht Asnpb creek and there Is nbundant ground for a large wnrubouse Will u Uo sell nt wore time m acres of knob land MRS MATTIK V KIUIIY Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I Hnvlng sold my fnnn I will at my place i miles from Stanford near the Somerset k a onehalf mile from Maywood on the oiuiny Hill place on- T1ICIIHUAY NOV 7 1W sell nil of my property to the high est bidder nn follow Two good horses one nice llily coming three years old 3 luulfa good milk tows 2 black heifers I cnlves brood owsS gilts six shouts about weaned acres of hemp In field farming tools harness buggy nnd harness cooking stove household und kitchen fur iii tune TERMS or HVJE All sums over f will be told on n credit of 0 months ntn per cent from date all sums of liuand undurcush in hard lill 0 will begss lit inoeloak tO F MKUKIUTU PUBLIC SALE I Having determined to remove West I will on HATtTHDAY OCT 201107 beginning nt 10 oclock A sharp sell to the highest bidder without reserve or by bid nt my place on Danville Street hull tulle from courthouse In Stanford tho following towit Three head or Including Possum Plothe unrl vnlled saddler u 4yearold Pence driv ing mare nnd nlll enr old gelding removable too good ns new a rub bertlro bugll onbonl wag on formIng Implements parlor nnd bed room sets and kitchen furniture book cases u parlor organ dining room table chairs nnd many other things not herein detailed HTKKLK DAILKY At saute flume Mrs Mary I liurrh whose property adjoins mine just over the fence n handsome piano parlor and bed room sets nod kitchen furniture tae carpets 3 mociuettes nnd other snakes tables ind chalrsas well us other things too tedious to mention Kverybody Is urgently requested to attend this wile PUBLIC SALE of Fine Horses Wednesday Nov 6 Having rented my farm I will otTer at public sale 60 Richly Bred Saddle and Harness Horses Includ ing 5 Stallions- The Htnlllons are Doreey Golddust 1303J General KtmmonsSlVlT Lincoln Uhlef tJ and two full brothers to Jack ODlamonds two road mares that show speedThree matched tenets brood mare above stulllons tohreelags nnd tulles from anti gs olds The ones twos threes broken Hoven yearling stnlllon colts S by Dorsey Qolduust out of stundnrd bred mares All my own breeding and by such etnl lions as Dorsey dolddust Lincoln Chief a son of Uourbon Chief Mlmlo Wllkes n son of Onmtbetta Wilkes Quasi nn Imported French Coacher Pnrugon a son of Jay lllrtl niul out of the best bred mores for both harness and saddle purposes and pro yen producers Possessing the blood of Dorsuy Alllewood Htrathmoru tlambetta WHke P F May Happy Day Mltnteltec IIInnChief KIn lah Messenger Chief Almont Etc Also two line Jacks one and three years old tour young mules and a few good Jer says nod Shorthorns This stock will be sold It my farm 2Jf miles from Htsnford on JlullonlIe turn pike in Lincoln county Ky on the Knox villa branch of the L 4 N 6 miles trout McKInney on tho QOIl H 7 miles from Junction OItYIthe crossln of the tN and the v Catalogues will be ready Oct 18th F REID Danville Ky J When You Think Shoes and Rubbers For Men Women and Children think of our excellent stock Our stock is larger and tlievariety is greater on all grades amlns a consequence our trade especiallyon fine goods is much larger Let us show you the new snappy styles V Main and I The AUTO Veils r l r Scarfs in Colors Brown Pink The It most Hand 5 cents to 150 believing so come you A full Fleeced also Hose in in all in Cotton Fleece fix you up the any one for the Opera PerkinsSouth Shoes Court e KY Housej I line ofc e We have such the Clothes we sell that we know favorably and will t receive due ready to purchase They are Browns Grays Blues Blacks and that are attractive W B 1Kentucky The Lid I The Lid The Lid I It is oft on prices at tlft ville We are price fighterss Your LidD l Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We liavo selected the cream of the market for you Come and be convinced in this line We undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies We cnn plenso you Quality and JlricO guaranteed LADIESSKIRTSIA beautiful lot to select from suit all Wo carry a general lino Clothing tooota 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 nnd Winter stock is now full and complete Como nnd inspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Prize Fighter a r if Economist Cook Stoves are tr i4 l SOLID CAST Which means that they are durable stbas Geo Ds Hoppers Stanford Kye The Interior Journal I alINCOI1dclaaI FTJBLlSHnD TUESDAYS Loin HUDVX AT CASH IWhooL N TIME TKBL No Houthl1t21 PM Nom south123 No t North 4tSl PxINo H North S1T JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney raoFalfTan Livery Fe d earl Sale Stable Lancaster K- yiiOTICE1and WireUnion JnckAny one needing their order with T n1- Newlnnd Stretcher con Iwwe He lms one he willStanfordnt wilt nilandordershow you and take your Ibesame on siiort aotlceT LUNHFOR- DBa D CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office overMcRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building INSURANCELife and Tire Lightning None the HTHOJQKST ana BE8T oompllonlel Represented Lowest Beo rdUnequalled Hatei Talkwitha Paying MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J Fruit and Orna mental Trees r Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and We employ no agents Cat alogue on application H F HlLLENMEYEH SON- SLexington Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land Is fine hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large flame 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 60 days J4 cash bal For further in ance to suit purchaser formation in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky J C McClary UndertakerEmbalmer and j Dealer In Harness Saddlery w STANFORD KY Offlce Phone 107 Home Phone si I JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm erg Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They willjexchange Furniture for tfljKinda of Stock Give Them a Call Pri9ea Righ- t9TANFOUD t I KENTUCKY r i4rf64et J FwMt a w M A N nt MIDDLEBURG Wild ducks have been quite plentU on the river here for a week or more hrIw with him It might be well for democrats to ob hereIus in IThe Yosemito base ball team was de by the Russell Springs team Saturday at Liberty by a score of 4 to 1 This is understood to be the lust game of the season yeaIera in the North and West Ho arrive Wednesday and will spend some weeks with his mother Mrs Wm Miller The Lord seems to have dealt gracious with him He is looking well and has prospered in business He has with him Mrs Oaks who is seemingly a most estimable woman Mr Oaks has seen much of the world since ho left here but is now permanently locate and doing a profitable business at ConI stantine Mich Mrs Eliza Estes of Somerset arrived Saturday and will spend some time with Mrs J A Estc on the Liberty pike The new Metho dist pastor Rev Hunt arrived Saturday and preached Sunday mOrning and evening Rev W G Tilford preaches at Eubanks Sunday Therd seems to be special attractions at Yosemite for the Mobley cousins of Mt Salem They make frequent visits to that town San Jones will start in a few weeks to Nev Mexico to spend the winter for his health Mesdames Mary Griffith and Jane Smith of Rockport Ind are vis isitg Mrs T H Moran and other rela lives hereIFARMERS DEPARTMENT Fort SALE25 1150pound cattle Dr laugh Reid Stanford J B Wade delivered to Bcazle Bros a lot of corn at 250IFOR BALE75 shoats will weigh 60 to 100 pounds M Jt Hoffman More land James McKechnie sold to Banks Hud son of Lancaster 500 bushels of wheat at FOR SALEI0 or 15 sows and pigs also a fine milk cow M J Hoffman Moreland KyvFOR SALE4S good feeding cattle also some choice Polled Durham bulls and heifers A W Carpenter More land 4U FOR SALE4S splendid yearling cattle 650 to 800 pounds Good quality and fine color S M Owens Son McKinney Allen Edelen of Mercer and Pow hatan Wooldridge1 of Pewee Valley have bought Bohemian King the sen rational and undefeated twoyearold o r W M James of North Middletown 3000EsTRAYBrindle yearling heifei came to my place two months ago also bla k heifer with frost bitten ears came two weeks ago Owner can get them by paying for their keep and this notice A M elandThe American Tobacco Company and other purchasers of tobacco havo recalled their buyers from the Greet River district and will not send then out again until the present agitatior has quieted down L N liobinson General of the Army of Peaceful invasion says scores of farmers have fallen into line and will pool with the American Society of Equity if the buyers will release them from their contracts Hard Times In Kansas The old dtfys of grasshoppers and Irouth are almost forgotten In the prosperous Kansas of today al Ifough a citizen of Codell Earl Sham burhas not yet forgotten a hard time ho encountered He saysleI was worn out and discouraged by Dughirig night and day and could nno relief till I tried Dr Kings NCv Discovery It took less than one ottle to completely cure mo The safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store 50c and 81 Trial botlIe free The German balloon tho Pommern has been accorded tho winning laurels in the second international aeronautic cup race The Pommern landed at As- bury Park N J after covering a distance of 880 miles and but for the proximity of the Atlantic ocean its ftIght would havo been longer Tho French balloon 1Ialo do France made a record almost as wonderful landing at Hubqrtavillc N J its estimated air IIno flight being 875 miles The Dus seldorf third landed in Delaware and Is estimated to have covered 790 miles Notice To Our Customers We arc pleased to announce that Foloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds qnd lung troubles Is not affected by tho National Pure FOQd and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend It as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store Gov Hughes appointClark Wil IIams heretofore the Columbia Trust Company of New York 1to be Superintendent of Banks r piliia ra a nawara 141011 JJLL A Card This Is to certify that all druggi are authorized to refund your money U Foloys Honey and Tar falls to cur your cough or cold It stops tho cough heals tho lungs and preonts serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneu monla and consumption Contains no opiate Tho genuine Is In a yolk package Refuse substitutes Pen nys Drugstore A remarkable increase in tho lon sumption of cigarettes has taken place in Canada during the past 12 mdhtb Nearly 332000000 cigarettes were en tered for consumption as against 261 000000 the year previous The cigar trade remained at about tho same figure 193000000 A Criminalaukon an inoffensive citizen Is frequent ly rondo In that apparently useless lit tie tube called the appendix Its generally tho result of protracted con- stIpation following liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate tho liver prevent appendicitis and estal lish regular habits of the bowels 25c at Pennys Drug Store Little Ills of Childrei Mothers and nil others who have chit dren about the house cannot do their families a better service than to learn of simple and reliable remedies that correc childrens ailments Many grown peo- plo are suffering today for the ignorant or negligence of those who had chars of their bringing up Children are prone to constipation- and If it isnt corrected early the bow get in the habit of not working nor and soon chronic constipation results that last off and on aU through life Then children eat times continually and as a consequence indi- gestlon sets in soon followed by worms or stomach paint or diarrhea or anr one of a ughitselfcbance Jns toying with the cbUia prezeo d fume health A better way U to give the child a dOle of omethlce Ictendcd to tam that very trouble and nothing oetor for the purposed known tba- Dr CaldwelTa Syrup I1p ln U never ctipe but acts gently and aa It bal a pleasant lost the cblld will not refute to take It nay a Meet irfl bottle of your druralst and aare the cbad from ilckneaa Yon should remember that a child whose stomach la In goodworking order not likely to catch colds and fever diseases Mrs Carry of Trowbrldge attributes Ibo remarkable health of her cblld lo Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin wbkh iheelvei rerolarly In tbese disorders Sirs Everiole of II frank to say that the sent good condition 01 her fiveyearold boy la entirely due to this woe lacSIbottle ls guaranteed to do oscII as we claim and the parity of IncredleoU li also vouched for DrdMrilCCnil tan lure a tree umsls botM trot ta tfielr horn by Mdruilnrtfi company Tali offer It to prIM tut tM remedy do it we claim and It only open to thou who hurt serer taken It Send tot It II tot lint uy symptoms ef stomach liver or bowel cDMua Gentled yet most effacer lusty for children women and old totkf rwnwteed permanent lama cure THE PUBUO VERDICT Untlll so Good and Sara II DR CALDWtlLS SYRUP PEPSIN Thll tbeats purity guarantee No I7t WuMnrton IS C PEPSIN SYRUP CO U8 aldwellBldg Montteallo HI Notice of Election I llegular term Lincoln countyflscsil court held April 2 Mil lion presld Ing with the lollowlnit Justices of to fence townt W D Witllln J A Dudder ur WM Uudderjirnnd JJ H AUuiiin It wise moved pyjuitlceW M Duddera arId seconded tif Juitlcv I WalUn the the following action be taken by the court The grand jury of Lincoln county at Itl February tern 11W of tile Lincoln cIrcuit court having rtcomiuended u now courthouse for Lincoln county anil It nppvarlnt to tlio aiillilactlon of UIII court teal thi ourt house now In use U unsafe and used Miuutu for the public convenience uud prci rvatlon of the 1ubllo Record It II ordered and adjudged that the lum of thlrtyllvi thousand dollar bu luggeitvd as the sum necessary to build u new court house and It isurlher ordered that nn election IN eld and u poll opened nt the sever voting jreclncti In Lincoln County on Tue dii suvember d 1W7 tile day of the next general lection lit which the IIpprollrllltioll move UKSeited ihull bo lubiiillteU to tbo legal oivra of Lincoln county for their approval or rejection The HherlH of Lincoln county li directed to advurtlne mid election for at heat thirty dn1 next before the day thereof In the In erlor Journal being the only newspaper ubllalied In Lincoln county and tho olll cen of salll election are dlrecUnl to hold he election between the lame hours that hey are required to hold elections for COUll ty olllceri which election ahull held and onducted In pal respect in qulreelb the eneral election luw li force In this Htate lit the time the mouse is held The Clerk of the Lincoln county court lull causu to bo printed on the Olllclal aid lot to IM used In said election thu words IInd figures Are you In favor of nn appro nation of for building a new Court- House for Lincoln County and have two 1IIICei upon tbu right of right into ono for uteri favoring the appropriation to bo del nntfU by the word Yes nnd one for ten opposing the appropriation to be doug uted by the word No And said Clerk IhllI said ballots In nil other re sects us required by Section Uto of tine unlucky HuiluoK In the event the requisite number of legal jtert of Lincoln county vote In favor IlIld upproprlallon It U ordered that tbll- court cause of Lincoln county to- the amount of fiSUJU to be prepared oxccut 00 und Issued on printed onus under the of the county to bo signed by the Coun of Lincoln County Court und luntenlgned by the Clerk of wild Court to bearer at Lincoln County Na tlonlll Hank of Hlanford Kentucky which IlOnels ihull not bear n greater rate of Illtor- Olt than four percent paynbloieinlannual Iy at Lincoln County National Hunk of nnford and Interest coupons shall lx nt- tuched to said IIOnll8slgllld by tho Clerk the Lincoln County Court said lands lmll- b6 In threw series towl1l Hones rtesanditerlesOi Serluscuss ten of said bonds Ihull consist of twenty bonds for the lum SjIO ouch and non vrel ono to twenty Ho rles H consisting of ton thousand dollar uf auld bonds hull consist of twenty homll- for tho mm of iV aml numlwrid from lo tU and HorlesO embracing fifteen thoui IInd dollars of mid bonds iiiiill consist of Irty laude of each und numbered from 40 to 70 The bond embraced In Serbs AIt shall ho rttdeemublo tile pleasure of tho Court In end sitter seven years from tho dnte of tholr Issue and ihull be duo and payable ton yean from said date and the bond em hrllced in Herle ihnll redeemable ot- th6 pleasure of the Court on and sifter ten- yeorl from date of their Issue and due- IInd fifteen year Sfrom tho IInll- ldntel und the bonds ernbruo dIn Herpes g0 bo redeemable ot the plousure of the- Jourt on and after fifteen clote of their sue and due antipayable enty years from the said copy attest- OKOBCOOPEIlOlerk ly K D Pennlngton D O s FARM FORRENTI An Ideal lloylo county farm of W nore with fine itock feed and Implements whleb can bo bought at reasonable lnnd has produced Iaq1wmidi of beml1I bUlh eli of wheat lY barrels of corn per nere Good residence and sill outlnilMlnm In ox cellont Water In every pasture Your mile front Danville cash rent pt thUotllce Good Farm For Sale r 211 nero otlPlnlOlau llluo tJrasi lnml iltunttdlnniKood neighborhood mllel from Iliutouvllle nml n brisk Italu of cultlvntlon o Kl liousuofTrooms hnlll null porches two large tock liens c- ubans four itnlli cribs AC Thu turn well watered with plenty 1I0rfnlllnll largo cistern nt burn wlnel mill tarnishing water In and around till houso and nt boils harts For full particular call on O T Uohc tabaiton KyorU J Doholl Iluatonvil Ky CTmwON giVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when therf 10 little difference In the price of read made suits and n suit mndeto your meiisu taken liy nn experienced tailor have a handsome lino of Fall Winter good J San make from n low price business unit lbefineudress suit Overcoats Trou in and Fancy Vests The company 1 eient It second to none 11 OlUILI1Y HlnnforU The repI 50 Years An Agency5 The oldest in Central Ken tuck pet my Rates before Insuring Nothing but fbrst claM Companies Repre seated Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR HARD COUNTY aniA tine blue grits farm for sate illualrd slew pike near 1olnt Leavell and six iiilh south of I4tnraiter containing yui acre well located In neighborhood Ufn pert of the John Walker Intel with a ham tome slew twoatory lovenroom rvtldcnc hereon recently comiilotwt with oil out bulldlllll pnd good new barn 4uJti0 WII watered iiinsvrta111ngspring and IkrunnliiR through In hand balance one au- twoyennrromdnr of sale Uartng ilx Mlr cent Inlerttt paid Terioni looking for such placo pleai writs K M and nlx lie Walker 1IInltlon farm at Point lAavull or W O KtnnfordKy Lnlnlle KMnnd W O WRlker olnt Jenrell Ky DEAD GAME If you will bring your fluni and Hevolvc to mo and let me put them In tlritcln condition I have had years eiperlen In that business I put new handle on Razor Blades Forrels or Walking Canos and Ro pair Umbrellas Make a inecliilty of fitting all kinds of key to all kinds of locks rrpnlring un bicycles and keep In stock till kinds of hlc ale repairs lire men trial and you will he latlilltHl COIIK MAY IwNThlrdHt Danville Ky TRIBBIE PENT Undertakers and- Embalmers 4- STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic uro Frames Shades Lace Curtains ind Wall Paper Mr E T Bcazley has charge of ho Undertaking Department TRIBBLE O PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 HENR- YWATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournalAND he Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR NLY I5O Pew people In the United State have riot heard of the Oourfer Journal Democratic 10 all thing fair In all things clean In on- thlDgl It Is essentially family paper Dy I special arrangement we are enabledto of fer the WEEKLY COOEIEBODBNAL oue- year and this paper for the price named aOOle Send your subscription for the corn blnatloD to usnot tc the CourierJournal The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KYm FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS I VIA 1 I QUEEN 8 CRESCENT ROUTE II Winter Tourist Tickets CHANGE Ketnrnlnij 19071 For laforaaUoa aad list of hotel aJJreis- fl 1CoIL o Co P 0 T A III Mu ia St Uilajtoo Kr II the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital SSOOOOOO Surplus 26000OO S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSil J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gco1Y Carter Stanford John H Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walk or Stanford J H Paxton Stanford W II Traylor GilbcrU Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H CummiuR IrcAchenville L G Gooch Wayne burg Kj First National BankStanford Capital Stock 50000 This lnsntutton was originally eitabllihid ae the Deposit Dank of In 1UI then roorRanlied as the National Dank of Stanford In ills and again reortanlted at the Phil National nark of Stanford U ills having had practically an rainier ruptii existence for 41 year It U betttt suppfed now with facllltlei for traoiact tnr businea promptly and well than ever biforc in Iti long n honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and CIr poratlons Solicited nro all lii I 5 rooms anti 815 no coal no in The is you that is and or proper ty school la well worth the price ufuo South of Or SoS on the has a house good Imrn and li well 100 aero of this land land and lino A In one and two years No 8118 acres on lluck Creek smear Way 4roon tarn and other plenty of Caih prlo W near revel Hook castle This faun has a new J story frame would cost to now good barn crib Ac near church and Tide li a nice and j f On Sale lit Good May KyJ OfIJ 3 I HOOKER Pnit I T DAhRU V Prii L J McROBERTS Chr WH V ReId I T Btanforfl 3 8 stocker K L Tanner McKinnf U D Elmore Stanford II Ilauchman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Robinson J H Baughman J at Pettui 0 Tate i 7- AComfort economy included hot water heated my house last winter bath room with worth Q f i coal No ashes kindling your rooms ideal heat for a residence Now the time Dont wait until frost reminds winter here t r S H ALDRIDGE Kentucky TinDer Plumber Contra Kentucky Estate Exclianfe TITLE CO VOynClbUrltJl1kenellr outbUlldlDgltICO houo IWacreiSmllei Crab twostory orchard watered about U bottom products crops bargain li- tiltJcash nesburg house outbuildings water No41tdnCrei Croon county house build Uoiu located school home WITHOUT NoTerabcr Slit r3IWKARKNAiitOhn Directors DiDTllU Uarrli StanfordS UnbblsfShanfordSE BtabforI S V EIaudalurability heatinge Stanford Real CJIOI can be bought for IK per ncro k cash ro inulnderlii Uinontlii No BVB tlio ulrovo fnnni looncrn In cultivation Dwellinit of Irooini good torn nml other outbuilding or Ohllrel One of the Iwst springs in the cOlin i ty IIVU slUq hnlf cnnli balance and years No iVail acres ndJolnipg tarsus Nor and 8 1Wacres In cultlvouon iMilnnco In tint her Goal Willis oak hickory and souse hue cedar llux Sitory log lumi mill oat arch aril woll watered Omh price fIIUI No7K0noroi near tnreUburg Kylaacres In cultivation goal homo burn and necessary oulbulhllllglllno water mm school church and H H station Irlce iir5uH cnib balance In one nnd two years nenrlyidlInewINlrnmile from lleren UolkKo Cash price mitesfroni 1Thlillphi Jer acre No 1078 acres nice ibape with nil neaessnrybulldingsolo i can bo bought worth For full pnrtlculvi lAregard to all the orJmoll far3Jitiw1wJwAYA Jiauaii