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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I THE INTERIOP JOURNAL IIVOL XXXVSTANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1007 NO 70 Senator Carroll Nails The Tobacco Company Check Business As a Lie During tho loot session of the General Assembly of Kentucky on Feb 26 then being a member of tho Senate prepared resolution of investigation which was introduced by Senator George This resolution will bo found on pages 687 and 683 in tho Senate Journal of 1904 Tho resolution pro posed that a committee of live be appointed with full power and authority to investigate certain charges made against members of the Senate in tho Louisville Herald of date Feb 26 1901 This resolution was adopted and tho following Senators were appointed on the committee of Investigation namely Senators George Cuntrill boles Cox t and myself Senator Cox being the present nominee of the republican party for lieutenant governor Tho article which caused this Invest gation in substance charged that attempts had been made to induco certain whisky and tobacco men in Louisville to send to Frankfort money for tho Legisla the purpose jnfluoncing turo upon certain subjects affecting li quor and tobacco Interests When the committee organized I was requested to conduct tho examination of such wit nesses as were summoned to appear bo fore it This I did Quite a number of witnesses were examined among them II K Smith at that time connected with the Continental Tobacco Co I bet Hove iU manager in this State On March 1C 1904 this committee mode its report to tho Senate which report will be found on pages 1183 to 1187 in elusive of Senate Journal for 1901 This report was a unanimous ono and signed by every member of tho committee of courso including Senator Cox Tho re port fully exonerated tho members of the General Assembly and in severe language condemned tho Louisville Her aId for makirIy the charge and then for spiriting away the witnesses a reporter of the Herald who wrote the article which caused tho investigation and who appeared to be tho only person who claimed to havo any knowledge of the facts The report contained tho fo lowing Tho record of this case shows a willful and deliberate attempt on the part of tho Louisville Herald to circu late broadcast an article which woul cast discredit upon tho General Assem bly make each member an object ot suspicion bring humiliation and pain the members of his family and then refuse in any manner to substantiate tho charge and put every obstacle in tho way of tho committee in Its efforts to make a thorough investigation Such Iconduct upon the part of a newspaper or of any person should bo condemns by every decent and fair man f When tho committee made Its report It was received by the Senate and filed Thero was no request made to publish the testimony by any member of tho Senate democrat or republican Tho committee turned over the transcriptof the testimony to mo and I have it now In my possession I would gladly permit this testimony or any portion of it to bo published except for the fact that as the Senate did not order Its publication and I do not feel I am author ized to publish any part of this testimo ny except by order of tho Senate and for that reason must decline to publish any portion thereof In tho Evening Post of Tuesday Oct 29 1907 is an article headed Hagers Denial of 515000 Tobacco Check Not True In the body of the article is tho following purporting to be a long distance telephone message from Sena tor W H Cox Senator W II Cox was asked over the long distance phono for his statement of tho matter ItliTho Senate Committee did make tho investigation mentioned and during the course of it Mr Smith did mako tho statement under oath that tho Amen can Tobacco Company had contributed 15000 to tho democratic campaign fund Tho transcript of the evidence is 1 think now in possession of Sena tor Carroll I have tho highest respect for Sena tor Cox both In his official capacity and personally and absolute confidence in his honesty but Senator Cox is mistak en in every particular in his statement as contained in the Evening Post Mr Smith did not testify before the cord mittee under oath or otherwise that the American Tobacco Co had contributed 15000 to the democratic campaign fund Ho did not testify before the committee under oath otherwise that any amount had been contributed by the American Tobacco Co to the cam paign fund or by any tobacco company Ho did not directly or indirectly state that any money had been contributed to the democratic campaign fund by any tobacco company corporation or individual and whatever information Sen ator Cox may have on this subject ho derived it from other sources than tho testimony of Mr R K Smith There rf tIs nothing in the testimony of R K Smith which would gduce any reason able person to conclude that such contribution had been made and there is nothing in the testimony of It K Smith or of any witness who testified before this committee which directly or Indirectly implicates or connects Mr Ha ger then auditor and now democratic nominee for governor with any cam paign contribution from any source Tho following Is also in the same Is sue of the Evening Post same article which contains the statement of Senator Cox purporting to be a question andanawerof R K Smith before tho Did your company contribute to the democratic campaign fund t Answerlilt did answered Mr Smithlilt gave 15000 and in re turn was given promise of protection No such question was asked Mr Smith and no such answer given by him either directly or indirectly I neither from the testimony of witnesses before tho committee or personally have any knowledge of any campaign contribu tions CIIAKLKS CARROLL Favors A New Court House I am glad to know that you are advo eating a new court house Lincoln county certainly needs one Every man in this rich county who has two drops of patriotic blood flowing through his veins will most assuredly vote for a new court house Nothing enhances property more than a good court house good school buildings and good churches A good court house good school buildings and good churches in a county ore tho very best thermometers to test public spirit and State pride Let a stranger go Into a county where they have an old dilapidated court house poor school buildings and churches out of repair and if ho be a man of bus ness ho will decide at once that the pea ple of that community are no account Let a stranger go into a county where they have a good court house good school buildings good churches and good roads and the stranger decides on first sight that these people are energetic industrious honest and patriotic Stanford has an excellent school building and one of the best graded schools in our grand old Commonwealth Her churches compare fairly well with other towns Out her court house t What shall I say t It was tho only thing I saw when moving into your bustling little city that displeased me- A a now citizen as a loyal true blue Kentuckian I want to lift my voice in behalf of a new court house I appeal to men of reason and common sense Listen to truth There is no economy in voting against a new court house None I It Is very bad business sense to ruin your records endanger lifo and put a stigma on our children So far as I cnn discover Lincoln county is well upon most lines Let us have a new court house and be abreast of tho times and encourage capital to come our way Let State pride and patriotic principle wip out the dlsgraco and one and all old and young vote for a new court house How it will enhance our property and beautify our little city I can not vote for a new court house linger Pickott nor Willson but I can electioneer for tho erection of u new court house- Men of honor pride common sense and public spirit stand firm for a now court house From your friend and ono who hopes to be a citizen of Stanford for four years T W DARKEn A Methodist Minister Recom mends Chamberlains Cough Remedy We have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy In our homo for seven years and It has always proven to be a re liable remedy Wo have found that would do more than the manufacturers claim for it It Is especially goof for croup and whooping cough Hov Jas A Lewis pastor Mllaca Minn M E church Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is sold by nil Druggists- MATRIMONIAL Cary Montgomery and Miss Maggie Earls will be married Tuesday William G Prowitt the wellknown miller of Perryvllle was married Tues day to Miss Margaret Crawford ono of tho most popular young ladles of the West End of Boyle The Springfield Mo Republican tells of the marriage of Mr Arthur L Dawson to Miss Hallio Buckner a charm ing young woman of Ash Grove that State Mr Dawson is a son of Mr L L Dawson who moved from this county to Missouri some 15 years ago His mother is a sister of Mr T D Raney of this plac- eReliableA Remedy For Croup Mrs S Uoslnthal of Turner Mich- Igan saysClWO have used Chamberlains Cough Medicine for sun selves and children for several years and like It very much I think it Is the only remedy for croup and can highly recommend It For sale by all Druggists NEWS NOTES George Gary a prominent farmer of Graves county suicided by shooting his head off In answer to an alarm of fire a fire engine ran over and instantly killed William R James aged 75 years at Madison Ind The Bankers Trust Company of Kansas City closed its doors It was not a strong institution and the general situation was not affected by its tall ure While expostulating with his wife for buying lamb at the present high prices a man at Stcubenvllle 0 choked to death on a piece ho was chewingFollowing a custom inaugurated by tho late Secretary Algcr the War De partment again this year will transport free Christmas boxes for officers and soldiers on foreign stations The Kentucky Railroad Commission will sit Nov 6 7 and 8 to hear statements from representatives of the rail roads of the State preparatory to make ing the annual assessments A sentence of six months in tho pen itentiary was imposed upon Dr Walter E Gillette former vice president of the Mutual Life Insurance Company who was convicted of perjury Joe Mayhew returning to Paducah from Lyon county said that he was driven out of that county by whitecaps because he was getting out ax handle timber for an unpopular company Thousands of miners in the Pennsylvania coal fields have quit work in honor of John Mitchell president of tho United Mine Workers Prayers were offered for the recovery of Mr Mitch ell Twentyfive girls employed by a whisky house at Paducah struck work because they allege they were paid but five cents an hour and were docked eight cents for five minutes tardi nessMrs Nicholas Kitowskl of Carson Wis was literally blown to pieces by the explosion of a stick of dynamite that had been placed on the kitchen stove to dry Two of her children were fatally injured- Martin Hughes was shot and killed by his brother Charles Hughes at Tell City Ind Charles Hughes claims that tho deed was committed after his brother had assaulted his father and was about to attack his mother and sisters The Willson Distilling Company of Baltimore through its attorneys is negotiating with Attorney General Bona parte for a test case on the great issues of the pure food law which apply to the labeling of whisky It is said that a satisfactory arrangement will probably bo reached this week Foot pads held up Justus Geiger a newspaper reporter in St Louis and thlle one forced open his mouth tho other pried out two gold teeth When the robbers found only n small amount of cash in Geigers pockets ho smiled nt their chargin revealed the two prominent gold front teeth and they then pried out tho teeth Geiger has not smiled since- Great assistance in relieving the financial stringency is expected to result from the large engagement of gold for import and from the further large engagement which it is believed will bo made within the next few weeks Tho movement of American crops to European markets together with the revival of a demand for copper abroad will give the United States large cred- Its with foreign bankers and these can bo availed of in bringing in gold it ia confidently believed to the fullest extent that may be necessary MotherHis Dear liMy dear old mother who Is now 83 years old thrives on Electric Bit tors writes JV B Brunson of Dub lin GaIISl1e has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats tho way Electric Bit ters affect tho aged and tIre same hap py results follow In all cases of female weakness and generaldeblllty Weak puny children too are greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Penny the druggist boo The Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Society In session at Winchester decided almost unanimously against tho raising of a crop of tobacco In 1908 A form of pledge was drawn up and resolutions were adopted protesting against lawlessness Out of Sight ClOut of sight out of inlndlI Is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arhica Salve Its out of sight out of mind and oilt of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing Influence Guaranteed by Penny the druggist 23c IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Peter Duncan who killed David Morn in Russell county was given 21 yearsSamuel Price was firibd 200 for sell- Ing whisky at Ferguson a suburb of Ledford a Harlan county farmer blew his brains out with an old squirrel rifle- Relatives of William Gillespie the aged Garrard county farmer who bequeathed his fortune estimated at 00000 to St Josephs Infirmary have given notice that they will make a con testMr and Mrs W Owen Mclntyreleft this morning for Campbellaville Mr McIntyre will help start a newspaper which will be started there He sold a corporation there a complete plant out of this office Advocate The court of appeals affirmed the decision of tho Scott circuit court in tho case of Reba Champ who got a judgment for 8500 against the Q C for being permanently injured by one of the companys trains while driving over a crossingMrs Fultz a young white woman living at the Reliance Mining Camp near Middlcsboro shot and instantly killed John Settles who it is alleged threatened to assault her The young woman had remonstrated with Settles for mistreating a child when she was threatened Bobbitt on Mr George Saufley And ExConfederates CRAB ORCHARD Oct 28 George B Saufley spoke hero Saturday and was the only speaker that had anything like a crowd He wrought a change here He is a young man of decided ability and great promise 1 did not have the pleasure of hearing his speech but heard from It He certainly made the poor man and his true friend the dog believe the republicans passed the dog lawIf either candidate had taken position against high taxes and for repeal of the dog law he would have been elected be tore this time as it is a close race The people are taxed to death and they know it from Lyman Gage John B Owslcy to Rile Stephens Senator McCrcary or Judge Saufley should go this week to the Confederates at Pewee Valley Much dissatisfaction prevails over the retirement to tho shades of private life of tho eloquent Blackburn the polished McCreary and the gifted Brcckinridge They have called earnestly and loudly for me in several letters but I am too busy to go now getting ready for court Send McCreary and Saufley at once as ambassadors of peace and reconcil- Iation and after the Alps of misunderstanding shall be raised perhaps the sunny plains of an Italian affection mayo reached I am in much demand now by telephone and letter Four letters this morning ono from Louisville With me no more politics till after court and the election and I shall start a second crusade against exhorbitant taxation FONTAINE Fox BODHITT Biliousness Ana Constipation For years I was troubled with bil- Iousness and constipation whlchmado life miserable for me My appetite failed mo I lost my usual force and vitality Pepsin preparations and cathartics only made matters worse I do not know where I should have been today had I not tried Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets The tablets relieve tho ill feeling at once strengthen tho digestive functions helping the system to do Its work nu- tallyMrs Rosa Potts Birming hum Ala These tablets are for sale b all druggists sy Speaker Joseph G Cannons fllcial campaign forthe presidential nomination was started at a meeting of 14 Illinois Republican Congressmen at the Auditorium Hotel in Chicago It was decided to place Speaker Cannon in the race whether ho acquiesced or not But when the Speaker was called in at the end of tho threehour conference he said Well boys will be boys Do as you please A Good Liniment When you need a good reliable lIn- Iment try Chamberlains Pain Balm It has no superior for sprains and swellings A piece of flannel slightly dampened with Pain Balm Is superior to a plaster for lame back or pains In tho sldo or chest It also relieves rheumatic pains and makes sleep and rest possible For sale by all Drug gists Sigel Turner was sentenced to life Imprisonment for the murder of Curtis Smith In Brcathltt county Foleys Kidney Cure will cure and case of kidney trouble that is not beyond medical aid Pennys Drug Store GoVw0 Bradley Will address the voters of Lincoln County in behalf of the Republican Ticket at Waltons Opera House STANFORD KYat 1 oclpcfc v P ML S4TURDAYNOV2ND Everybody Cordially Invited R L DavisonChairman Rep Co Committeei rSlJNfD S ZDy 0- W U3 cr l Cl rflgtD sr+ r v 0T0l 1cD c llC 1 00C JcCCIJ C tl Cll1- rc a =Cl SlJ AtN 1 rc JCllrI ii 0tfI SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Ileiuz Preserves Heinz Apple Butter Ileiuz Sweet Pickles Ileiuz Sour Pickles Heinz India Relish Heinz Pepper Sauce Heinz Mustard Dressing Iieinz Chili J y Sauce Heinz Horse Radish Heinz Chow Chow Heinz SpicedjPickles- Heiuz Pearl Onions Heinz Sweet On ions Heinz Tomato Cluituey Ileinz Tomato Scup Heinz Baked Beans Heinz Pork Beaus and all the other good things put up by the great Caters Heinz At W H HIGGINS Stanford KentuckyI I Books Wall Paper loi 1FoorI W B McRoberts DRUGGIS1 JI STANFORD I uinPSWOHAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded The Interior Journal L Co WALTON = JOHN J MOSER ndldnte for Jnller of Lincoln countJ subject to the action of the Dcmocrntlo party I M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of county abject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS of Lincoln county subject ttoatheonetion of the party 0 C ALLEN candidate for of Lincoln coinIi n actionty inbjrct to the of the Democratic party Democratic TIcket For U S SenatorJ C W Beck hamFor GovernorS W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K HendrIcks For State Superintendent of Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor Soul Trimble For AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of State Huber VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln cou- ntyW fi Shanks SUPPOSE the courthouse were to blow down and kill or wound somebod and you had recorded your vote against a new building wouldnt you feel rather bad We believe you would feel as if the blood was partly on your hands That the structure is dangerous there can be no doubt and the fact that three grand juries have condemned the old building is conclusive proof Asjd from the danger of the shack is its inadequacy Offices for the sheriff county attorney school superintendent and master commissioner have to be rented aggregating a cost of 300 100 yearly A third reason for the need of a new temple of justice is that valuable records are going to ruin because of the dampness of the vaults Vote yes and have a courthouse that will answer all purposes be safe for human beings as well as records and a credit to our splendid county It will not necessitate the raising of your taxes a copper WHEN Gov Bradley comes to make his speech here Saturday afternoon our people may well be prepared to hear a good argument from his side of the po litical fence However they should not take what he will say very seriously The ex governor is an expert juggler of words and some of his state ments might be punctured if there were a good democrat to answer him Bet ter take what he tells you with a grain of salt for these republican speakers make some awful charges against the democrats if there is nobody around to nail them When a division of time is accorded a democrat they lose courage and are not half so vitriolic and bad ITilE tobacco growers ought to think long before deciding that no tobacco crop shall be raised next year A great many people have no other means of making a living and their wishes will not be consulted in the matter Those who do not want to raise a crop are able to live without it There are many others who can not and it is their inalienable right to do as they please with their own land The effort to prevent them is sure to result in trouble and blood shed SENATOR MCCREARY said in his speech at Lancaster that about the saddest thing he ever saw was an exCon federate soldier voting the republican ticket The republicans tried to kill us during the war they have fought us every way since and why should any of us go to the camp of such an enemy he asked VOTE it straight from Hager to Shanks then turn to the sixth column on the ballot and vote yes on the courthouse proposition This done you will go home feeling better and your rest will be undisturbed MR WlLLSON is frank enough to say in his speeches that without Democratic votes he has not the ghost of a chance Will any democrat be fool enough to help him into office by his vote We trust not i w dti5fa swrVyMilY fAyt rJ j ti IMR WlLLSON boasts that in the 39- years of his voting life ho has never scratched a Republican ticket And yet his plea is for Democrats to scratch and vote for him Their response should be that we too will keep our political record clear by always stamping under therooster MR CECIL WILLIAMS has bought out hispartner Mr Woodson May and will tuntho Somerset Tm Jilgi handed Heros wishing the clever young man great success IN his speech at Campbellsvillo W- nesdaySenator McCreary predicted that the democratic ticket would win by 20000 majority Just our figure to a t AMR BRYAN is said to have stlrredup great enthusiasm where he spoke in the Sixth and Seventh districts Wcdnesda Large crowds heard him at every stop STAMP under the rooster and let the game cock do ithe scratching if any is to be done POLITICAL Late returns show that the people if Oklahoma adopted the new consU ution by a trifle over 108000 =Ii President Roosevelt will issue the proclamation admitting the new State of Oklahoma to the Union on November 16 The Governors and Attorneys General of Alabama Georgia and North Carolina and possibly Virginia will meet in Atlanta today to discuss the ailway passenger rate situation with a view to reconciling the conflicting laws of the States interested At Benton a delegation of Confederate veterans informed Judge S W Hager the Democratic candidat tor Governor that a canvass of Marshall county had been made and not a ingle Confederate veteran had been found who would not vote the Dem iratic ticket this fall In furtherence of the purpose of large number of Pulaski Republicans to discredit Napier Adams Chairma of the Pulaski Republican Committee and nominee for Clerk of Court of Appeals 16 prominent Republicans joined in a card to Republicans of the runty denouncing Adams as unworthy of support charging him with the commission of fraud and trickery and en being the position of The Somerset Republican in reference to his candidacy and calling upon old soldiers and Republicans generally to scratch him JUdgerTZMorrow and James Denton arc among the signers There ought to be no doubt and we think there will be none as to the reelection of Mr McChord as Railroa Commissioner The people without regard to party distinctions are agreed upon the exact lines pursued by this official in his handling of the serious questions committed to him the last eiKht strenuous years The work ha been full of complications It involve not merely high integrity but trained sklU and large knowledge It would take a successor no matter how capable and upright an entirelerm to catchup with Mr McChord in experience am equipment The very lines affected to- be sought by President Roosevelt hay been the policies pursued by Mr Mc Chord so that the proposal of Republican opposition is a species of political anachronism Many Republicans deprecate it It would be good Republican tactics to disavow it In any event the public service cannot at this time Ipare Mr McChord and afford to lose- him and hence we take it that he wlU- be elected by an increased majority urierJournal Editorial Notice To Our Customers Wo are pleased to announce that lays Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other irmful drugs and we recommend it- ns a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store The tobacco barn of William Green a Daviess county grower who had refused to pool his tobacco with the American Society of Equity was burned Tuesday night The situation is becoming serious in Daviess and farmers who have not pooled their tobacco are- said to be arming themselves No homo is so pleasant regardless of the comforts that money will buy as- when the entire family is in perfect health A bottle of Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup costs CO cents It will- cure every member of the family of constipation sick headache or stomach trouble Pennys Drugstore A reward of 200 has been offered by- Gov Beckham for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who murdered Robert Kirtley a young farmer of Montgomery county by administering poison- aratagh oafabouta people in Bokhara has been overwhelmed by a landside that followed the earthquake of Oct 2L It is believed that about 1600 people were buried alive A premature explosion of dynamite occurred at Venice Pa on the Wabash rulliQad Four men were killed and- two others were seriously injured Here and There The California Sato Deposit nnd Trust Company of San Francisco has closed its doors The national W C T U convention will meet in Nashville November 8 and it is expected that 1000 delegates wilt attend the meeting The leading Filipino newspapers are now asking for free trade with the United States Heretofore they have opposed tariff reforms Hawaiis sugar crop for 1007 is the largest in the history of the Island The increase is due to the extension of acreage and irrigation The strike of distillery employes at Peoria III has been settled All the demands of the strikers weroacced to except recognition of the union Sam Whiteside a miner was killed and John Brooke a small boy was wounded by a bullet from a revolver which was accidentally discharged at Middlesboro The bullet went through the boys leg and then pierced the mans heart A Certain Cure for CroupUsed for Ten Years without a Failure Mr W C Bolt a Star City Iml lardwaro merchant is enthusiastic In his praise of hnmberlalns ough Remedy His children have nil been subject to croup and ho has used this emedy for the past 10 years nnd hough they much feared the croup his wile and ho always felt safo uJlon retirIng when abottle ofhambcrlai no1 tough Remedy was in tho house His oldest child was subject to sever tracks of croup but this remed over failed to effect a speedy our He has recommended it to friends and elghbors and all who have used It say that it is unequaled for croup and rhooplng cough For sale by Ill druggists PUBLIC SALE I I will sell on the Henry Anderfcou tarn DIar Uohen on- HATUUDAY NOV 9 1W7 1 line alxaroldlllnrl wellbroke and 01l1 to luck Rood horsy 8 year old rokeTH acrw of hump In shock Ioe ultlvutor10bvadof hog n tot of wagon ear two buggies funning liiipUmenUnn ouieholdiind kitchen furniture HAUItlKTHWUUI UBLIC SALE of Fine Horses Wednesday Nov 6 Having rented my farm I will offer nt ubllo sole 60 Richly Bred Saddle and Harness Horses Includ ing 5 Stallions TheHtnlllonaare Dorter Oolddnt 1206 entrul Htmmons31i l7 Lincoln Chief jSnfl IIml two full brother to Jack ODIninondi A Ueldlncand two road mure thnt ihov pvvd Threw matched team 15 brow litres bred to above tuitions 47 colt geld IlIgIIIIIII fillies from weunllng to three enroldi The one two and three broken Haven yearling utalllon colts S br k rey Qolddust out of standardUrn areAllmyownbreeding and by such stal uiuiin DorM joIdUunt Lincoln Chlef II on of Bourbon Chief illuVlo WllkoI soi of Uambetta Wllkes Quunl nn linportti ranch Ooacber Paragon a lOll of Jay Dlrd and out of the best bred marc for both harness bud addle pllrpoel ulIII pro- ven producer Possessing the blood o 1J0ra Alllewood Htrsthmore UlnnlcCealilltmbhletih lleasenger Chief Almont Etc IbotwoaneJucksope and three year four mute and n few good JtrI- lYI nnd Hhorthorn Phis stock will be old at rny fnnn lillie front Htinfonl on Hustoiivlllo turn plkt In Lincoln county Ky on the Knox He branch of the I A N S inllv from cKlnney on the QAO It It 7 stile from the crossing of the U 4 N and theQtb Catalogues will btl Bdy Oct lout K HKI1 Danville Ky TRY The Frankfort Stats Journal The Democratic State Organ during the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest and most reliable news every day Write tb W P WaltonFrankfort NOTICE I Having decided to tlUiolve partner we desire to thank our nmnyv patrons for thrlr liberal patronage and ink nil who nre Indebted to UI to call and settle nt ono Hespct rilU ITT U 1108 Good Business for Sale My property amt general tock of tier wllull nt once and nlv ftjrtheilnformntluu MnrkiburyKjr FOR SALE FIftysU ncrii of Ilueirnulnnd In Lin coln county on tho Hhelby Clty nnd Dan vlllo A Htnnfuni lies about IS acre In nnalocut IIOtalIlIIl is at potI- II cultivation Is n fide trust of land ntmnll farm Call oft or IIduWIIIIWOIJunction Oily TINNING I PLUMBING REPAIR SHOP I have o awl n tinning and plumtilng pair in tin old 1It r htriiuu land and re x ctfully n ku nlmre nf your Mtronan promising fiitufnvtory work nt fiiMnmtili price K Y If IttcKS HIllllluNI ANNOUNCEMENT I Olroumitnucos over widen I have no nil iNmijMlniMo mnvf to n dllTerent conj ustrl therefore tuner for rent my 111 nrmof at CCNfmir milei from Daovlllf JIIH very tiroductlr In high itnte of cut Irntlon with every conv nlncp fur com fort ami prollt for five rants inlit IIIIIIIIUIlIY lollflly to the right man Vlllelltoekero and renter oiiie and it 1owdon nionfo T A D11AMBY Danrtlle Ky POSTED We wbo nnmrs appear below ktrlotly orbbhunlingfishing cr any kind of trlf msilnil on our pine and will proavcute vl to full extent of the law J1plIraHlmtiton Itroi Tlnsley HixMiiminoro W Carter lien I Martin M K Lawrence llenlien Curtis JH Hooker J M IVttm T A lilt Morgan Chaptwll- Amnndt Hchneffer Green Kerrlll J I lloluolnw O W lUsty Mrs J K tulllnin It U IHilllam Peter Itnlmer Mrs Katherine Ador MeorrA Paxton Ashley A Ollannou JHIIU NCftnU J Nevln Carter n M nark Jowph Itiillou Mrs M lytlr Irs Rebecca It orlollhr J II Cnmenltch Mo cbnrgo for examination or scmulflrnl ly testing eye uptodate mrthixl IIT scrlptlon ground set In an style triune or ikuletou tnountlugs wori and mntcrlnl guaranteed charges moderate located In Central Telephone llulldlng llustonvllle Ky I i I VKM- irutliiHtrU nptonielryst Joseph 3244 Vol I Ti pure bred and has teen accepted for reg ltryin tile tlrnt volume of The Amerlcai Tamworth Hwlno Ileconl Assmlatlon look under Uie rules of the nsiovtatlon and will IwNomilnsntKive Hire Hdwnnl No dam Alexnmlni NoSMT Hire Hlro Manli iella Itruco NoiXUtlom of HlreCaniulfni Kettle nil- Hlrt of dam Kentucky Boy Ko 1753 den of darn iolden 1ns I9 iP Is well known that the Tamworth Hwlne Is the highest prlceiwlne un the market Ills sire lit I ara old sold for 14It1JhidamnsAlexnndrawelght rOllolII for 1I1rt1 His IIc crosses well with every breed will tanll him nt II cash JUIIXIHXK Htnnford Ky DEAD GAME If you will bring your lunsand Itevolvor to me and let me put then In nrstclas condition I have u yens tlslltrlencl In that business I put new handles on Razor Blades Ferrets or Walking Canes and Repair Umbrellas Make n specialty of fitting nil kinds of key load kinds of lock ell kinds repairing on bicycles and keep In stock nil kinds of blcY- cle repair llvi me n trial and will 00 COIIK MAY Jail N Third Ht Danville Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdunii TITLE COI Jfo OIICrl1 on the NVnynesburg pike ear Highland 5rooin house barn purl oil outbuildings nice orchard This proper ty II ntRr chllrc 0111 scliooihousu Is worth tho price IW No tIOO DcrIt mile South of Oral Or hard on tho hot n two tory louse good dun orchard oud la woll water t1I about loo acres of this unit II tKjttoin and und produces fine crop A bargain nt UCOI H cash In one und two years No SIIM ncre on Hack Creek near Way 4room house barn other out iulidingi plenty of water Marti price ti cooNo41M ncre near Level Ireen nock title This farm has n new a tory frautehouse would cost to build now 1IXO good born crib Ac located near hurch and school This 1i n nice home and can be bought for 110 per acre X dash ro nalnder In U months NolilM3 acre adjoining tho above farms of rooms oodbarnnndotheroutbulldingdnice or iinrtl One of the ty Irlco S1IOOj holt coin bnlnnco and 2 car Vo ft acre adjoining farm Nos and 6 100 acres In cultivation balance In tlm 1r Good white oak hickory and some fine ednr Jlal Jtory log huso nnd good orch Drill well watered Cash price aooo No7S nore near SInreUburg KrtO ncrol In cultivation good dwelling house bnrn and neceunry outbuilding flno water ml school church mud 11 H station Price Icoo cab balance In one and two year No HJU ncro near Oonwny nearly of thus farm U bottom laud tln6 for corn Dnd meadows very good dwelling house urn and other bullllingl on county road IJUIlIlI from Heron College Cash price ft vooaJacres on Urnkee Creek 3 miles trom Crab TIIII farts adjoin the ice Bud Impart of tho Ueo Evan tarn ThIs is line laud In good condition nip seamy buildings This tl n bargain fJO per acre nerds near Stanford Ky In bulldlngtetcinFor full particulArs In regard to all the- olehrmsaeeor L R Hughes or mesh Ky walKover locKer t It is useless for us to go into detail about these two items You all know them They are as old here as my business In all kinds ofi leathers and styles Walk over Shoes 350 4 and 5 Hocker Bootees 5 Sold t onlY by us i tl El J McROBERTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY Every Box of Paper now in stock from 25c to 75c is entirely new and of the latest Fallstyles We take pleasure in showing it to you PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re a liable Old Hickory WagonACall and See E T PENCE STANFORD KYI Banzai Tooth Powder Y Is Hard to Beat 1 Try It Only 25 Cents V J ra t STANFORD DRUG CO G s Wen You Think Underwear 1 For men WOlllcn anti children think of our excellent etpck from children garments nt lOc to the fine wool or Bnlbriggan at 150 Buyyour lleiycar earlas topic of the staple lines nre alreadytiingt scarce We Imndle the Set Snug and Oneita for ladies x t SEVERANCE SON STANFORDI STANFORD Kv Nov 1907 r t you want to makb your sole tWmm largest and most upto of post cards RO to Penny PERSONALS MR A a SIST Is out after anlllnow of two weeks MRB SoUl II Hutu is Waiting her slater in Knoxville Mns GBonciA HICB of Mt Vornon WM with friends here MRS J F Govan went to I uUvIie Wednesday to spend several days MR PUll SomiN of Louisville Will a guest at Col W II Duddcrmra CArr SAM MAGEE is at homo at Crab Orchard from Frankfort fora few days MRS nOIJ IAN KBENOV of Frankfort is with her mother Mrs Mary Adams MRS JAMES F CUMMINS has returned from a visit to relatives at Birmlng ham Miss CLARA COLLIER of Crab Orch- urd was the guest of Miss Mario Ma hony 4 MRS J W BRYANT of Richmond Is tho guest of her sister Mrs Kathleen t MRS Beazlcy JAMBS F HOLDAM of Crab Orchard has been attending tho Baptist meeting hero t MRJ S MOBLEY of tho West End Is spending n week or so with relatives In Nelson county MRS CUKTON FOWLER entertained a low friends In honor of Kev J B liar rig of Wilmore a row nights ago MRS COULTER WHITE and children of Liberty and Miss Allco White of Moreland are guests of Mr and Mrs Lovl Myers MRS It C WHITE and pretty little daughter Nancy Katherine White of tho East End spent Wednesday with Mrs Mary Penny MESSRS J F CUMMINS and F S McClary and their wives spent yester day at Lexington They went over In MrCummlns auto DR W M DOORES of Crab Orch ard returned Wednesday from a protracted visit to his daughters at Chica I go and Shelbyvillo Ind I JUDGE M C SAUFLEY who has been suffering with his foot which was hurt during tho war by a horse falling with him was able to como down town Wednesday Mn W B KINO Pinevilloa clover postmaster spent several days In this county Ho was using his efforts to elect his father lion Ben IT King Representative JUDGE It C WARREN is critically and the chances are greatly against his recovery this will bo sad news to every man woman and child in Lincoln county all of whom know love and re spcct tho splendid gentleman Misses Nell and Josephine Warren arrived Ga yesterday to be from Cave Spring at tho bedside of their father LOCALS Go to the Misses VanDeveer for styl ish and uptodato millinery Six per cent will bo added to all city taxes not paid before Nov 1 Pay now and save tho penalty R G Jones jI city marshal LEXINGTON gamblers are offering to bet three to one that linger will be tho next governor of Kentucky and tho jsports usually know what they are y TUB Central Kentucky I Real Estate j Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices IT is stated on scientific authority that twothirds of a girls weight is sugar And the other third of the average Stanford girls is even sweeter than sugar if wo arc to judge by her looksYou can make no mistake by voting for Mr W II Shanks for Representative Lincoln county has never had u moro excellent young man offer lor office Honor yourself your party and your county by voting for him and tho rest of the democratic nominees THERE is ryreason to believer that tho Democrats will win hands down next Tuesday They surely will b if overyono docs his duty and treats Mr Willsons invitation to walk into the Republican parlor as it deserves Up boys and at em and it will bo 4all over but the shouting VOTB and vote it straight the democratic ticket- YrSTEIwAY was Hallow eon but we went to prose before tho deviltry bo ganGIIr our prices on single and double harrol shot guns before you buy Gco D Hopper CIRCUIT COURT begins Monday This office is getting out tho heavy docket for the term HEAR Hon Ward Hcadloy at the courthouse hero Monday afternoon Ho is a capita speaker Yowl attention is caller to tho adver tisement of Jacobs Harris tho McKinney monement men Read it II FULL values a square deal one prico to all If you like that method let us clothe you Cummins McClary- SVANTEnA I carload of walnuts anti hickory nuts Will pay highest market price II B Northcott Stanford Jt TUB republicans are raising heaven and earth to have a big crowd hero Saturday to hear Gov Bradley and the chances are that a big one will bo on hand DONT forget to vote for a new courthouse If the old thing falls down and kills somebody you wont feel as if you had a hand in the taking of life if jftu cote for a new one MR II J McRonERTS spent a portion of Wednesday presenting his pa trons and friends with pretty blotters advertising the great WalkOver shoe which he has a splendid trade on AT HUSTONVILLE Hons Charles A Hardin of Harrodshurg and J S Ows toy of this place will address the democrats and others at Hustonville Satur day evening at 7 oclock Hear them FOR RENT Storeroom In lively Central Kentucky town Especially adapted for restaurant but good for any kind of merchandise business Living rooms above Apply or write to this office HANAN SlIoESll tho Hanan Shoo was not just what it Is tho price would bo high but being what it is and prov ing what it is tho price Is low Pal 5 J5GQ and fG Cummins d McClarySPEAKINGllon I Ward Hcadley of Princeton one of tho best speakers on the stump this campaign will speak at the courthouse hero Monday at 1 o clock Democrats and others should hear him YESTERDAY was a busy one for Sheriff T J It was tho last day before tho penalty of six per cent went on and all who could or rather would paid their taxes Mr had a half dozen or so deputies writing re elptsDAVIDSONMiSS Bertha Davidson aged 20 died at McKinney Wednesday and was buried in tho ccmctry near that place at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon Sho was a devout member of tho Baptist church and a most excel lentyoung ladyC- ONGRESSMAN HARVEY HELM is back from Boone county where he made a number of good speeches for tho democratic ticket Ho says things are In good shape In that section of tho State Mr Helm was on tho Bryan special Wednesday and says that tho great Commoner was given an ovation wherever he stopped GOOD Junction isto have a handsome new passenger depot Tho now double tracking necessitates the removal of tho old shack and tho pres ent site of tho freight depot will bo used upon which to erect tho new building It will cost 10000 or 15000 and will prove a great convenience to tho travel Ing public As havo made up your mind to- support tho good old democratic ticket Gov Bradleys speech hero Saturday can do you no harm or good save to hear a pleasing speaker talk That he Is a pleasing speaker none will deny but that ho represents everything that Is politically distasteful to democrats all will as readily admit Hear him if you wish but do not put too much faith in what ho says for ho is a republican and a mighty sly ono to boot Secondly his statements will go unchallenged andn man gets mighty bold under such conditions MISS NEW YORK IB tho name of the host and prettiest Petticoat made and we have them in Sattccn and Silk at 81 to 810 These goods are made by skilled labor and- hacb plenty of eiio to them REMEMDER tho courthouso when you go into tho voting booth next Tuesday DR A S PRICE will bo at his office regularly from now on His office hours aro from 0 A toe r M NEXT Tuesday is election day Be sure to stamp under the rooster and voto yes on tho courthouse propo sition WB have added a clothes cleaning department in the rear of our barbershop and will do your work with neatness and dispatch Cook Farmer IN tho supplemental registration held Monday Tuesday and Wednesday 39 voters registered but wo wero unable to find out of what political faith they were HON WARD IIE YofPrinceton who speaks here Monday afternoon Nov I is one of tho biggest guns tho democrats have out this year Dont fail to hear him ESTRAYED Black sow pig Berk shire stock weight about 30 pound marked with white spot on left jaw and white under mouth Reward for in formation leading to her recovery F S McClary FOR SALEA new traction engine ono separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at roc tier 100 The owners only reason for selling is on account of ill health All this machines is comparatively new and cost about 3000 It can be bought for a very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky SELDOM overbaa a Norwich audience had the pleasure of listening to a better concert than that given by the Harmony Company Wednesday evening Tho entertainment was an extra one in tho Y M C A Star series and the selection of talent certainly reflected much credit upon the management No higher praise for tho Harmony ladles is required than the simple statement that with the exception of two numbers every selection was encored and several times thrust was required to make a third appearance If one number were to bo selected out of so many excellent ones as especially deserving of notice it is probable that tho majority of those present would select tho violin solo given by Miss Maud Kirksmith Tho selection was Martha and gave Miss Kirksmith an opportunity to display her thorough knowledge of music as well as excellent technique Nor rich N Y Sun Hear this splendid company of music makers at Waltons Opera House next Friday evening Nov IS CHURCH MATTERS Rev Andrew Johnson will preach at Rowland Saturday night and at tho Methodist church hero Sunday morning Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at tho Christian church Sunday morning lit asks that each member of tho congregation bo present Tho meeting at tho Baptist church will continue until Sunday if not longer Rov J A Taylor who has been assisting his brother Rev J Murray Taylor will leave this morning for his homo at Shelbyvilio Tenn but the pastor will continue to preach each morning and evening Rev J A Taylor who has done most of tho preaching has impressed his large audiences with his ability and earnestness His knowledge of the Bible is remarkable and his sermons have been both clear and strong There have been some 10 or 12 confessions What proved to bo ono of the best meetings ever held in the Christian church was closed last Sunday night with 36 accessions to the church From beginning to end the interest was sustained and much spiritual good was done both within the con gregation Rev J W Hagin of Cov ington preached the Gospel most acceptably and was houored by the pros enco of great audiences at both tho afternoon and evening meetings Mrs Evans and Miss Mabel Myers provided tho special music which was greatly enjoyed by the entire congregation These workers left tho church in splendid condition and tho congregation looks forward to an encouraging winter of workCarrollton News A dispatch from Sewance Tenn says Robert M Dubose president of ho University of the South Is dead They Make You Feel Good The pleasant purgative effect oxper ienced by all who use Chamberlains Stomas h and Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful Price 2j cents Samples free at at druggists PARKERS HAIR DALSAM Uld tMtlttfO the hair a growth II ver Fall to Bettor oral to fir YauthNor- CYaeD4wkbait llfflng s nelllII1I Farm For Rent I I with to rent at once the It U Collier farm of X ncr lunr Ctilnr Creek Lincoln county AddresTllitMASCobLiKIStation FOR RENT Hi nettt bottom land on the Htanford A Huttonvlllfl pike nt Hiutonvllle Ifounn and lot eootl orn and outbuildings IS iicrci In Timothy mrnclowj the bnlnnen to go la oats In the Tlrma 30 Good note 31is ELiA IL TAYIon K No WlllUtmrg Washington Co Ky McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Renters lo nntl mnnufnrturors of Onuilte fled Miirble Monument Urtttliin Work nt Ilciihoiinlite Irlctw Olllco nnit works McKinney Ky elovl on Saturday Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office I STORE ROOM IN STANFORD FOR SALE I If not noli privately I will sell At public nuctlonnt lisp r DKOKMHKIIOIW VnnDeveeiitoroford U li by the poitottlce and U Irtowniouseandondlntnstreet This storeroom ha8 tide room anti u splendid basement The lot on which the room stands runs be onll the Ht Atupb creek and there U nbumlniit ground for n AlumsWill also self nt same tine of knob lund M Its MATTI V KI1U1Y- Htanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I Having soul my fnnu I will Rt my place BU mile from Stanford near the Homerstt pike onehnlf mile from May wood on the Tommy place on- THUIIHUAY NOV 7 tell nil of my cnonRIlfoperIY to the high et bidder ns follows Two good horses urn nice Illly conning threo yrnriold 8 mules t good milk cows 3 black hollers calves heep8 brood sows 3 gllti six shoats 2 about weaned acres of hemp In Held farming tools harness buggy and harness cooking store household and kitchen fur niture- TEBMH or BALK All turns over 110 will be old on a credit of a months at 0 per cent from sumsptllOandundvrcash In rand Safe O K MKUKDlTir HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior JournalB- OTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people in the United States have pot heard of the Courlor Journal Democratic la all things lair In all things clean In all things It Is essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to fer the WEEKLY COURIERODRNAL one year and this paper for the price named abOTe Bend your subscription for the com nation to usnot tc the Courier Journal When You Think Shoes and Rubbers For Men Women and Children think of our excellent stock Our stock is larger and the vnriety is greateron nil grades and ns a consequence our l trade especially on fiespotlit is much larger Let us eliow you tho new sunppy styles e a South IDepot New Goods and New Prices will make every one happy and a look and purchase of some of our Shoes Furs Mohairs Comforts Blankets Gloves Outings Underwear Hose Caps and 5 and 10 Cent Ware will sure give you that Good Happy Feeling Try and see TRIBBLE HUGHES Goods Notions Shoes jDry Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI Raincoats and- Overcoats For Men and Young Fellows If you are thinking of buying dont wail Come and see our line The styles are correct and the prices are rightI aree W E Perkins IKentucky The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is off on prices at the Emporium nt llustou ville Wo 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 be convinced in this line We undersell everybody CLOAKSLadies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality nnd price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all We carrya general line Clothing Boots nnd 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 MFr27 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 Price Fighter We have good values in Carpen ters Tools such brands as Henry Disston Hand SawsStanley Planes and Germantown Hatchets and Hammers Call and see them ea ae etelfl Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky v IhtInterior Journal Stanford a Enttrtdin 1M poaaOffic4Cli ttcondda mailer- IUBL18BJIID TUDMDAYM ND 7RIDTa- Ar 100 PER YEAR CASH will be chargedW00When not eo paid L tN TIME TABLE Houth11I1 r xNo yI No Hauth P No North 131 A Non North S1TFM JOS S RICEAgent Jesse W Sweeney PBOPBlKT- OBtiviry Food and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky NOTICE I Jack and tV IreUnionAny one needing n order with T U theirstretcher leave lip has one he will NeWland at BtanCord order and will nil lbeMmeonbort and isour n TiMjy8FmP B D CARTER Now Livery Depot StreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE Life and Acoldent Tire None but the STROAOEHT Lowest 1oa and BE8T Is PayIng nec lible Rate GudranedL MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J Fruit and Orna mental Trees I Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus- Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden employ no agents Catalogue on application H F UlLLESMEYER SOX- SLexington Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last 85 bushels of corn to the acre year This farm has a large frame house of nine cellars etc Two rooms halls porches stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and and school This is an uptotown date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold the next 60 days cash bal For further information ance to suit purchaser write L in to farm R Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Je Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Offlce Phone Home Phone Hi t JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm eta Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They willjezchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right ftTArirOatD KENTUCKY L FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE25 1150pound cattle Dr Hugh Reid Stanford Gen C C Watts refused 36000 for his great stallion Gen Watts 2062 J S McElwaIn of Warren county sold to H C Smith of Montana his 500acro farm for 30000 Lynn Lutes bought at Lancaster a bunch of yearlings at 3c and sold to J H Floyd 55 sheep at 650 FOR SALEA fine standard bred gelding 5 years old extra foatjfor time he has been worked B B King More land FOR SALE17 Bargain Counter steec calves and five yearling steers J C Bailey J W Guest Crab Orch ard Ky FOR SALE4S splendid yearling cattle 650 to 800 pounds Good qualit and fine color S M Owens Son McKinney The Lancaster Record says that W B Burton bought 32 mules nnd 27 horses last week the aggregate price amountint to llWO Farmers of Henry county are reported to be organizing an Army of Peace to ride over the county and persuade farmers to quit selling tobacco to the trustMrs R G Stoner has sold to J M BigstalT oCMt Sterling her farm oi 310 acres lying on the Owingsville pike near Ewington Montgomery county for about 35000 or over 125 per acre A New York dispatch says Mrs J W Henning arrived from Europe today in personal charge of a 100000 herd of cows purchased in England The cattle will be shipped to the Hen ning farm near Shelby ville Ky A tobacco army of 500 men will be mobilized at Livermore in McLean county and buyers at Livermore and Calhoun will be requested to withdraw from the field and rescind all contracts made with farmers for the 1907 crop One buyer was run out of McLean county BRODHEAD DrGravelybought ofJohn Roberts a saddle mare for 140 H IL Hutchison was in Somerset the first of the week Dr Stone our dentist now practices tWo days each week in Crab Orchard A telephone exchange will soon be in stalled here Wire is being strung from Spiro connecting there with the main line Long distance connection will be made This is a home company and should be patronized by all Last Monday night about 7G democrats and a few republicans were the recipients of a treat in the shape of a speech from Attorney W J Price of Danville For tlvo hours he spoke on the topics of the day the purity of the democratic party and the rottenness of republicanism He said that the idea of Augustus Everlasting Willson ever sitting in the gubernatorial chair at Frankfort waslabsurd and would insult the dignity of a candidate for dog pelter of Corbin HardTimes Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of today al though a citizen of Codell Earl Sham burg has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered He says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings how Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me II The safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and lung and throat healer over discovered Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store 50c and 81 Trial bottle free The Court of Appeals Judge Barker writing affirmed the judgment of the Whitley Circuit Court in the case of R Brown against M J Moss Judge of the Twentysixth Circuit Court district This opinion upholds the constitutionality of the act of the last Legislature seating the new Thirtythird judicial listrict which was carved out of the wentysixth Twentyseventh and wentveighth districts for the purpose of relieving the congestion on tne lockets of those mountain districts Lingering Cold Withstood Other Treatment But Quickly Cured By Chamber lains Cough Remedy Last winter I caught In very severe cold which lingered for weeks says J Urquhart of Zephyr Ontaria My cough was very harsh and dry The oval dealer recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy and guaranteed it so I gave it a trial One small bottle of It cured me I believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy to be the best I have ever used This remedy Is for sale by all Druggists I love you I dont believe you Well then I dont love you But I know better John Chapped hands are quickly cured by applying Chamberlains Salve Price 25cFor sale by all druggists John White an aged Christian county farmer armed with an ax ran imuck at his home and was shot and killed bra son Edward White a youth A Card This Is to certify that all druggist are authorized to rotund your money If Folejja Hondyand Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops tbe cough heals the lungs and prevent serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contain no opiates Tho genuine is In a ydllo package Refuse substitutes Pot nys Drugstore Tho Georgia Railroad CommIssIon has issued otders prohibiting free transportation of freight or passenger by railroads within the State except as under the provisions of the Hcpburi law governing interstate commerce The order also applies to express companies The orders go into effect January 1 I A Criminal Attack on an Inoffensive citizen Is frequent ly rondo In that apparently useless little tube called the appendix lLs generally tho result of protracted stlpatlon following liver torpor conI ulnte 88tab1Usb How to Cure Liver Trouble There are usually several ways to dot given thing but it is the aim with all of us to fipd the best and shortest way It is just so in the cure of disease People uttering from liver trouble imagine that all they have to do is to take something that will physic them There is more than that In the cure of so serious a dis order as liver trouble When that drorir clotted up teellnz come on you go to a lroz store and ask for a so cent or tt bottle of Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin Take a dote or two and watch results It will not only clean out the bowel and itlmalale the liver butts will get the blood to circulating that you feel active again and arouse the func lions of the stomach so that your appetite re tarn sad you feel like your old self lIPID A ilmple laxative or punrallve could not do that Dr CaldWell Syrup Pepsin Is net only a won derful laxative but It has tonic properties 10 that unlike to many other tblnn Instead of leaving you weak and drawn tt builds you up and itrenKthcn you It don not crlpe It ace smoothly oiling tbe Intestines to tbutthe passlee smooth and agreeable It gentle but effective pleauntta the taite and pure In quality It an excellent perIUse it for occasional or chronic constipation dyspepsia Indigestion biliousness sour tom ach bloated stomach flatulency diarrhea and the dozen and one other lls of the tomach liver and bowels It is the greatest of household remedies and no family should bo without It because In a family someone at any moment may need such a laxative and then you will a predate having Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin la the house FREE TEST TIIose wllblnlr to try Drditf wttrs S rw Pwln before txir Isff tea taw a free sample beta sort to tndr Dams by iMmttor ttIt company TMofrlit pravtutO remedy da u Balm sad only apes to haw never liken It Send for It yw km any symptoms of stomach liver or bowl dltejjs Gentst DIdlolklPUBUO VERDICT Luuttvt So Good and Sir at DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN Tills product bean purity guarantee 17 vruMocton 0 C PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Caldwell Bide Montleello III Notice of Election I Regular term Lincoln county fiscal court held April presld tnr with theIollowing Justices pC tilt Pears to wit W D Wallln J A lludder or W M Duilderur end ii U Adams It was moved by Justice 1P M Duildrror ind secondvU by Justice W II Wnllln that the following notion ho taken l y tbbm court rho grand Jury of Lincoln county nt Its February tcnnliw of tho Lincoln circuit court having rceoinuiendnl n new court louse for Lincoln county und It appearing to tbe sutUlnctlon of this court thnt for ourt louse now In use Is unsnlo and Innd quatu for tbe public convenience nnd pres trvatlon of the Public Itvcords It is order ld and adjudged that the sum of thlrty tlre housrncl dollars lw suggested us the sum iecc build a new court Lowe und It Is further ordered that nil election he held and u poll opened at tilt neverul voting ireclnctslu Lincoln County on Tuesday sovomberfi 1W7 the day of the next general ilectlon nt which the appropriation above uggexled shall bo submitted to the legal oiera of Lincoln county for their approval or rejection The Sheriff of Lincoln county Is directed 10 advertise said election for nt least thirty dnlIext before the day thereof In the In erlor Journal being the newspaper lubllshed In Lincoln county und the oltl era of said election are directed to hold tho election between the same hours that they are requlrt l to hold elections for coun I olllcur which election shisll lw held and onductcd In nil respects nn required by the wneriil election law In torso In this Htate ot the time tho name Is held The Clerk of the Lincoln county court mall cause to be printed on tbe Ulllcial Hal lots to bo used In election the words IInd figures Are you In favor of nn nppro nation of ISWa for building n new Court louse for Lincoln County und have two mace upon the right of rlgh same one for oters favoring the appropriation to be dos zimtfil by the word Yes and one for vo teu opposing the appropriation to bo deilg mted by word No And said Clerk hull said ballots In ell other tvuectsn required by Mectlen 14J of the Kentucky Htutues In the event the requslte number of legal oter of Lincoln county vote In favor of old appropriation It Is ordered that this curt cause of Lincoln county to the amount of fl5 n to bo prepared execut ed nnd Issued on printed forms under the leal of the county to be signed by the Coun of Lincoln County Court and untenlgned by the Clerk of said Court to bearer at Lincoln Oount Nn- onallfunleofHtnnfordKentucky which onds shall not bear greater rate of Inter el than four percent payable semiannual oftJlanfordtChed to said bonds signed by the Clerk of thO Lincoln County Court said hood than he lisuud In three erlel towltt Herles arsesUand Herle 0s eerie A em racing ton thousand dollars of wild bonds tall consist of twenty bonds for the sum of an each nnd numbered one to Ho es1Iconsisting of ten thousand dollars olnld builds shall consist of twenty bonds for the sum of SSOOand numbered from SI to 40 and Merle U embracing fifteen thou nnd dollars of said bonds shah consist of hlrty bonds of each und numbered from 40 to The bonds embraced In Herle A shall bo redeemable at the pleasure of the Court In and after sever years from the date of their Issue and shall be duo and payable embrnFedto on ten ear from the date of their Issue and due laiddate10ndof the Oourt on and after fifteen year from the panbletwentTA attest OOOPKRClerkBy In X3MS22D this Store Offers You The Best Boys Clothing Made Iyou Find the Label in Every Garment 500 up to 1200 EDERHEIMER STEIN Si COt MAKERS Good Farm Fdr Sale Illncreiol KlrstCliu lllue Urau Land sltuiitttl Inn good lulKlitoriiood mile from lluitonvltlu Ky unit In a high Itate ot cultivation iuod home of7 rooms bull nuil porches two large tock tern cow bArn with four stalU crib to The farm well watered with pln nenrfalllnil cistern Ht the burn wind trill furnishing Water In end around thl lioute and nt both barns For full particular cull on C T notion 1olwnoii Ky or O J llohon IIu tonvlll Ky OT HOIION GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOUI Why buy readymade clothing when there mo little difference in the price of irady made suits and a suit inncle to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have n handsome line of Fall and Winter goods An make from n low price business suit to the flnesttlress suit Overcoats Trous Ira and Fancy Vests The company 1 rep event U second to none 110 RUILEY TbeTall r Htanford Ky 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D Wear n The Insurance Mm Phone 21 STANFORD KY FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A flue blue grass farm for sale situated on new pike near Point Leaven and six tulles south of Lancaster containing acres well Johttgood neighborhood being part of the tract with n mn t some new ncvonrooni residence thereon recently completed with all out nnd good new darn 40x80 Well watered six iievvrfnlllng springs and creek running through TKIIMS K cash in hand balance one ami two years from darof sale benrlng six per cent Interest Persons looking for such place please write E M and Isnbelle Walker living on tarn at Point Lravoll or W O Welker Itll Ky Isabelle P KMnnd W O Cordi oint Lenvell Ky RIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Itygs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wan Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of lie Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 0 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 They Are Absolutely Guaranteed THERE are not many makers who have rv the mark of superiority by which judge boys clothing only about one in ten you can count them on the fingers of one hand But weve found the best of all Weve gone over the field sorted sifted and rejected until weve settled upon and know that tK XTRAGOODCLOTHES represent the best any maker can produce the best any store can sell the best any customer can buy In X1EA222D you get fit style quality and better service You secure more of value in these respects than in ordinary clothes because of the higher grade of cloth linings and materials used and because of the newer way of cutting fitting and shaping these into garments Keep the name XIEM22D in mind Remember it in connection with this store Come here for boys clothingsSuits for Schooland at OccasionBoys double breasted coat and pant suits also Norfolk age 7 to 17 alto Russians Sailor and Junior for youngster 2Ya to 10 A treat variety of fabrics that are suit able and all the colon and Slattern desired Price 500 to a 1200 I i H J McROBERTS STANFORD KY Jail and see oneillsave you time money and worry No more laborious work about the kitchen When you install an ELECTIIICIRANGE cooking becomes an interesting pleas- ureGEORGE H FARRISi First National BankStanford KYI Capital Stock 50000 This Institution wa established u the Deposit Dank of Stanford in 1191 then reorganised a the National Dank of Stanford la DBS and again reorganised as the First National Flack of Stanford la 1881 having had practically an uninterrupted nltenee for n year Its better supplied now With faculties for raDlaeIInr business promptly and well this ever before In It long and honorable career iccouots of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratloot Solicited Officers 1 B HOOKER Prtil BT HARRIS V Pies J J McBOBERTS okr W n WEAUENAsst Chit DIre 0 ors r Reid DanTllle T narrli Stanford J Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore Stanford B H Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jam Robinson Hubble J H Banghnian Stanford J M Pettus Stanford O E Tate Stanford S VEIComfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter fi rooms and bathroom with 815 worth of coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms Tho ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter I ia here t S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumbers t