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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL IVOL XXXVSTANFORD KYTUESDAY NOVEMBER 5 1907 NO 71 I HUSTONVILLE School at KifToa schoolhouse hils closed on account of diphtheria W G Cowan sold to lien Spalding of Lebanon 40 1100pounders at 4Jc G J Bohon sold 54 yearling cattle at 440 Ho has a nice bunch of 1000 pound cattle for sale Mrs B N Avcritt of Bradford vllle and Mr and Mrs F Love of Taylorsville are visiting Mr and Mrs F M Yowoll The Commercial Club will meet Thursday night at the Opera House Railroad business of Importance is to be transacted Chas Wheeler prey 0 dent The game warden of Lincoln count warns thbso hunting before the 15th to prepare to face tho court as nil arc known and they will save cost by ro portingThomas Gooch the largest buyer of y turkeys In this part of Kentucky has recently made a thorough canvass of tho surrounding counties and rcporti the crop short fully 50 per cent The ladles auxiliary to tho C W B M will meet next Thursday at 2 p at Mrs Dlnwlddios A full attend Miss Ekin the dis anco Is desired as trlct manager will be present Mrs Katherine Hockor will lead James Wright of Rlchland Oregon a son of Wm H Wright for man ytoan a resident of this section arrive last week to visit relatives hero and In Casey county Ho brought some spec mess of apples raised thero that weighed 31 ounces each and were flno t AnnaConstipation For years I was troubled with bll IOUHUCSS and constipation which mad life miserable for me My appctlt failed mo I lost my usual force and vitality Pepsin preparation and ca tharttctt only mado matters worse I do not know where I should have beer today had I not tried Cuamborlalnj 1 Stomach and Liver Tablets The tab lets relievo tho feeling at onco t strengthen tho digestive functions helping tho system to do 1U work nut urallylira Itosa Potts firming ham Ala Those tablets arc for sale bv all druggists Golden Thoughts For The Week Monday Tho art of life Is to know how to enjoy little and endure much Tuesday Half the Ills wo hoard In our hearts are Ills because we hoard themWednesdayFresh responsibility mean fresh power for serving God am manThursdayflow seldom we weigh oui 3neighbor in tho samo balance with our selvesrldayThrough a thousand unnotic i ed openings our inner life is flashed upon tho world- SatnrdayConsclcnco ia the name thc orthodox give to their prejudices Sunday Perseverance accomplishes moro than precipitation A Clarksville Tenn dispatch says that Dr Thomas Hosklns George Saunders and James Cross threo prom- Inent citizens of Montgomery county havo been arrested on tho charge of scraping plant beds and pulling Up to bacco The indictment of the men is the outcome of depredations which havo occurred in the county during tho past few months in which a large amount of tobacco was destroyed and many threats made Tho Georgia Railroad Commission 1hns issued an order calling on the Cen of Georgia railroad and tho South ern railway for full disclosures touching tho sale of stock of the former so far ns tho facts may bo known to them According to a New York pr per E II Harriman recently has been ti a heavy purchaser of Central of Geor gia stock A Good Liniment When you need n good reliable lint Jlment try Chamberlains Pain Balm no superior for sprains and swellings A piece of flannel slightly dampened with Pain Balm Is superior to a plaster for lamo back or pains In the side or chest It also relieves rheumatic pains and makes sloop and rest possible For sale by all Druggists Tho Department of Justice has an nounced that efforts to reach an un derstanding with the attorneys for distillers upon a statement of facts for a test case in the matter of labeling whisky have proved futile and the De partment of Agriculture will be notl t fied to certify cases of violation of the puro food act for prosecution at Mrs Robert Ktrtloy and Eddie Flack ti wero arrested in Montgomery county on the charge of willful murder Tho arrests are tho results of an investigation of tho death of tho womans hus f band Robert Kirtley who is said to r have died of arsenic poisoning L h IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Willis Griffin aged 75 a respects citizen of Mt Vernon Is dead Tho handsome country home of J II Davis of Whitley county burned caus- Ing a 3000 loss John W Sears was struck in the head by a falling telephone polo at Burnside and seriously Injured William E Baughman a splendid citizen of Boyle is dead aged 49 110 Is survived by his wlfo and one daugh terTwelve shares of stock in tho Farmers National Bank of Somerset belonging to the estate of J S Higgina sold at 163 A good roads movement has begun In Bell county which it is believed will mean much to the future devclopmcn of tho county Hughes Swinebroad the Lancaster real estate men sold for T B Walker to J S Johnson Sr his rcsi donee and 14 acres of land for 5000 James W Huguely a wealthy and prominent farmer of Madison county was accidentally killed in n rock quarr on his place while superintending thi getting out of stone Ho was crushed under a falling stone Mr T I Herring bought back th homestead with improvements and 30 or 40 acres of land Ho will continue to reside at his old home here Tht friends and neighbors are glad ho nnd his family have decided to remain with us Marksbury Cor Advocate THINKS Tilt i J A GOOD ADVERTIS ING MEDIUM Some months ago I advertised in your paper that I had for sale a farm in Lincoln county Kentucky known as the John D Carpen ter homo place near Hustonville Ken tucky I received inquiries concerning this farm from numerous coplo in Lin coin and adjoining counties and ono or two from Illinois and Texas It hat been sold to Dr J B Beck a former resident of Lincoln county but more recently of Somerset Kentucky and he and his wife have removed to the farm to reside My object In writing you this letter is to express my appre elation of your journal as an advertis ing medium and to apprise you of the result of the advertisement I am sure that tho people of Lincoln and tho ad- Joining counties neglect a great oppor tunity If they do not advertise what they wish to buy or sell in your paper for this land was advertised in no other way and the result Is as above stated Of course the land In question was do slrablo and worth the money but that is none tho less creditable to the advertising medium Thanking you I am very sinccryly yours C N Manning Lexington Ky Here and There Abe Sumroll and Hank Lucas Negro murderers wero hanged by a mobnt Vinegar Bend Ala Near Munfordsvillo Floyd Edwards killed Louis Denison by stabbing him with his pocket knife The Kansas City grand jury returned D7 Indictments against merchants for violating the Sundayclosing law Fire in the basement of the Plaza Hotel in Chicago caused several hun dred guests to make a hurried exit and many of them had narrow escapes from suffocation Figures on tho citrus fruit crop of Southern California for the year end ing October 31 show that the total of the cars shipped was 27487 of which 23934 were oranges and 3503 lemons The whole brought in money approxi mating 34000000 A Methodist Minister Recom mends Chamberlains Cough Remedy We havo used Chamberlains Cough Remedy In our home for seven years and it has always proven to be a re liable remedy Wo have found that it would do more than tho manufactur urH claim for It It Is especially good for croup and whooping cough Kov las A Lewis pastor Mllaca Minn M E church Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is sold by all Druggists Soup at 15 cents a plate and rebate of 65 Thats what Andrew D Kennedy a tailor got today with his lunch Ho had just computed how much ho would loso by tho stock market being dosed andcut out tho 50 cent tablo dhoto Instead ho tried the soup and ounU something hard When ho shook out his napkin it mado a noiso on tho dlaIgave him 65 for the stono Pittsburg Press A Reliable Remedy For Croup Mrs S Rosluthal of Tumor Mich Inn says We have usod Chum Mjrlalns Cough Medicine for ourselves and children for several yours ind like It very much I think It Is ho only remedy for croup and can highly recommend It For sale by ill Druggists t NEWS NOTES Hon J Henry Powell aged 68 Is dead at Henderson Gov Hoch of Kansas has pardons the noted ex bandit Emmett Dalton Tho Commercial State Bank with deposit of 380000 closed its doors at Grand Island Neb There were 223 business failures for the week ending October 31 against 220 the week previous The New York grand jury conclude its investigations of election frauds finding 32 Indictments Miss Juda Vantine was shot and probe ably fatally wounded at Maysville by Frank Thomas who thought the pistol was empty Of recent years only six deaths occur to each 100 amputations This owing to the improvements in antlsep tic surgery Miss Josephine Hill a teacher in n charitable school in Now York and sale to havo been a former resident of Kentucky committed suicide by shooting Warrants have been issued in Chicago for the officers of the Bidwell Elec trio Company on the charge of using tho mails to promote a fraudulent schemeJ Rutherford a former saloon keeper of Covington Tenn shot and killed his wifo and II Pace of that place and committed suicide in MemphisLafayette Phillips was sentenced the penitentiary for 21 years for the murder of his wife at Harrodsburg Phillips while on a spree shot and kill ed his wife The first night riders operating in the Burley district called on William Blackburn of Harrison county and warned him to cease buying tobacco of this years crop John Mitchell president of tho United Mine Workers of America has undergone another surgical operation at La Salle and is in a seriously weakened to the mercantile agencies Indicate that a largo volume ofbusiness Is still in progress despite the handicap In some sections of tight money and car shortage The directors tablo in the office of former president McCurdy of the Mutual Life Insurance Co which cost 12000 sold at auction in New York City for 110 Thirteen saloons at Bristol Tenn were closed Thursday night under the Pendleton law and henceforth the town will be dry Over 100 saloons were dOlled at Knoxville Robert Hocker tho Negro who was convicted of the murder of Newton Veal a wellknown young farmer of Fayetto county was sentenced to be ranged on Friday Jan 3 Robert P Peters of Sioux City la need 95 has been a policeman for 75 rears lie says ho has never been II- Iday a in his life and has been an inveter ito smoker For his work he has earned 60000 The fourth annual convention of the National Tobacco Growers Association dosed at Shelbyville after electing of ficers and choosing Owensboro as the text place of meeting Reports made to tho convention showed that two hirds of the tobacco production of this country is controlled by the growers associations and tho delegates were unanimous in expressing confidence as to the outcomo of their movement Resolutions indorsing the decision of tho Burley growers not to raise a crop in 1908 were adopted m u He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayetto N Y who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric Bitters havo dono me more rood than any medicine I over took For several years I had stomach rouble and paid out much money or medicine to little purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not take 500 for what they have done for mo Grand tonic for the aged md for female weaknesses Great al eratlvo and body builder sure cure for lame back and weak kidneys iimranteed by Pennys Drug Store 5Oc Phineas G Wright has had his grave reopened at PutmanO to place a case of whisky beside the coffin which has been in tho grave I moro than a year waiting for Wrights occupancy He Is 75 years old Several years ago Wright caused a granite block to be laced over tho gravo with his bust carved on it Tho cut of the whiskers did not please him and he caused the sculptor to trim the stone enough to con from to his hirsute adornment Tho inscription below tho name reads Going but know notlwhere We have secured the agency for ciao Laxative Fruit Syrup tho new axatlvo that makes the liver lively purIfies the breath cures headache and regulates tho digestive organs Cures chronic constipation Ask us bout It G L Penny JUDGE R C WARREN At six oclock minutes r H Fri day Nov 1st 1907 the spirit of Judg Richard C Warren took its flight Hi had suffered from a three weeks previous illness superinduced possibly by a surgical operation performed last Au gust for the removal of a tumor on the neck The operation was successfully performed and with but little loss of time he recovered sufficiently to resume life official duties He failed to appear at his regular county court on the second Monday of October and from that date until lis death he steadily declined It is not known that his death was caused even remotely by the tumor for it was pronounced benign by patholo gists who made a microscopic test but in the popular mind the two things are associated as bearing the relation of cause and effect Judge Warren was born in Lincoln county April 4 1841 After his birth Boyle county was organized and his fathers farm was included within the new county He graduated at Centre College in 1862 and alter graduating taught one term in one of iU departments He en tered tho Senior Class of the Louisville Law School in September 1865receiv Ing his diploma in March 1866 He im mediately located in Stanford for the practice of his profession forming a partnership for that purpose with Judge R J Breckinndge In 1874 he was elected county attorney for Lincoln county serving one term In 1880 he was elected Commonwealths Attorney for the Eighth Judicial district serving ono term In 1889 he was chosen to represent his county in the General Assembly In 1893 he was appointed mas ter commissioner of the Lincoln circuit court serving 11 years In 1905 he was elected county judge and died when his term was about half out Judge Warren had lived In Stanford about 416 years lie practiced his pro fession continuously all these years in this and adjacent counties at one time In partnership with Col W G Welch and later with Judgo M C Sauflev Ho was married on Jan 9th 1872 at Lancaster Ky to Miss Charlotte L Duncan and is survived by her five laughters and one son Thus has passed from mortal view an upright wellknown and well loved man Death did not take him by sur arise Ho was aware of its approach To himself he may have said Strange voices ring On m souls car with sound that quick encth Build now or never say they and they bring The premonition of an early death me hasten with my har vesting A Hard Debt to Pay I owe a debt of gratitude that can toner be paid off writes 9S Clark if Westfiold 10WIlIIfor my rescue from death by Dr Kings Now Dls sovery Both lungs wore so seriously ifTected that death seemed imminent vhen I commenced taking New Discovery The ominous dry hacking lough quit before tho first bottle was ised and two moro bottles mado a complete cure Nothing has ever iqualcd New Discovery for coughs olds and all throat and lung complaints Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store 60c and Trial bottle free The grafter swears Hos gotta live The rogue declares Hos gotta live It may be worse To deal in verse But please dont curse I gotta live This is Worth Remembering As no ono Is immune every person hould remember that Foleys Kidney Cure will cure any case of kidney or ladder trouble that Is not beyond tho each of medicine The case had to be postponed again Werent the lawyers ready Yes but the dressmakers demanded more time Holiday suggestions I I i Only 42 more shopping krdays XBII 4 SUI Ideal Xmas Offerings Diamonds Watches Rings Brooches Silverware Cut Glass Clocks China Bronze and Gilt Novelties at W H Muellers STANFORD I K Y l 2c- N tI= N m 3ilrom s- rtrQ 3en C r U t I r0OtN t D 0 rr Zjr0 T ro sm 0lAC JU 7- 0as s 12 c D3 piJOj ent t stE r- SICo U m enU CLfD UO 0UU t OtOs 0 1 1 t SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoos Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Heinz Preserves Heinz Apple Butter Heinz Sweet Pickles Heinz Sour Pickles Heinz India Relish Heinz Pepper Sauce Heinz Mustard Dressing Heinz Chili Sauce Heinz Horse Radish Heiiiz Chow Chow Heinz Spiced Pickles Heinz Pearl Onions Heinz Sweet On ions Ileiuz Tomato Chutney Heinz Tomato Soup Heinz Raked Beans Heinz Pork Beans and all the other good things put up by the great Caterer Heinz At W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Varnishes School Supplies Best Poor Finish is RENULAC 0 DRU661S1w1MNti PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded The Interior Journal rLC WALTON JOHN J MOSER Is a tlothforction oflhecollemoer ttparty M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county s subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS i Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party D C ALLEN- I a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln co tjr subject to the action of the 1lIIocratlC party Democratic Ticket wt For U S SenatoivJ C W Beck ham For GovernorS W Hager For Attorney General John K Hendrioks For State Superintendent Sohools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor SOT f Trimble For AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateRube Vreeland For TreasurerRuby LalToon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault For Representative of Lincoln tout tyW H Shanks IN MEMORIAM Judge Richard Crutchfied Warre died Friday evening Nov 1 1907 How much and vet how little is told in this short sentence That a man has died has been written of thousands and will be written of thousands yet to die It is a brief record quickly made quid ly told One who reads it will notice only a common event and forget it the moment after Another will pause task who was he who thus passed from among his fellows 7 What life did he live what death did he die 7 Why should mortal man enquire what his fellow man has done that his deat should be chronicled 7 God has not made His creatures in vain To each bas been allotted his duty in life Perform ed or unperformed the allotment is there and shall stand The noblest earthly tribute that can be paid to any man is that he did what he could in his own appointedsphere Richard C Warren fairly won this mode of praise He did his part What ever his task in the line of private o If public duty he essayed it If irksom hs did not evade it If Unpleasant ho di not shirk it Esteemed by those who knew him trusted by those who gave him place of trust loved by friends who clove to him adored by the wife he marrie and the children he nurturedhis final leave has made an empty space HI will be remembered His name will be recalled by youngmen long after they shall have passed into the yellow leaf and it wiH be mentioned respectfully and even tenderly He was a just man a generous man warm in friendship sincere in attachments without guile innocent of deceit guiltless of duplicity He was artless and confiding justly de fspisinglshams shallow pretense hypoc risv and frauds He was strong in mental convictions conservative in judg ment immovable from moral princi JpIesLooking at it as men are wont to look it does seem that his end was untimely W by should so good and useful a man die just now 7 Though 66 years of age lhewas not old His powers of mind and body were mature and vigorous Ills character was beyond reproach He meditated evil to no one and did kindness to all ho could The mental query will arise Ought not he to have been sparedspared to this community spared to his friends and above all spared tohis family 7 Helplessly it may be ignorantly we ask these ques tions now The answer will comethe true answerbye and bye With a calmness and fortitude all his own conscious for days ttiat the end was coming apace he waited the inex iforable advance of a fatal malady and died He died but he was not vanquish ed Death had lost its sting thegravd was shorn of its victory I i A WASHINGTON special says that Roosevelt will under no state of case accept the nomination for a third term Teddy has evidently had his ear to the ground lately t w 2 r iu IOUR LAST APPEAL IThis to the last tire an appeal can reach many of our readers before the election and as a last and final word we insist that you let nothing prevent you from going to the polls today and stamping under the rooster If a party ever deserved emphatic endorsement the democratic party does now Its of ficiab have kept every promise made to the people and brought peace and p108 perous conditions out of anarchy and rhaos The State has been freed from debt a new capitol is rearing its beau tiful dome heavenward fully paid for the penitentiaries have been put on a self sustainl q lt emoSynary institutions have been improved and enlarged a surplus of a million and quarter will be in t the treasury when Auditor finger retires and the nlxt Legislature can reduce the tax rate td 40jcentson the 100 The party has done this certainly serves the plaudit of well done faithful s vant and a decided vote of confidence and thanksThe republicans otTer nothing but promises that they never keep They have been tried and found wanting Dont permit the hungry and vicious horde to get possession of the State government again Go to the polls stamp under the rooster get your friends to do likewise and it will be allover but the shouting Glory Hallelujah KIT is stated in Washington that conservative financial leaders have requested President Roosevelt to call an extra session of Congress to deal with the currency question As an alternative in the event that the President does not see his way clear to call an extra session he is asked to make a public statement to the country Thee natters are still under consideration but no statement is given out at the White House regarding the President intentions In the meantime Treasui officials are agreed that the financial iituatitn is distinctly improved day by layand advices from financial centers ire said to be of a very reassurin character jICOMe to you as a Democrat who icvcr scratched a ticket and who never will and I appeal to every Democrat to do as I intend to do and that o vote for Judge Hager and for every Democrat on the State ticket said Senator McCreary in his speech introducing William Jennings Bryan at rahkfort Tim last lie brought out against the democrats has been nailed just as the there were The charge that they had sold out to the whisky and brewer concerns was proven untrue by President Adams of the AntiSaloo League and others a few minutes after he story was circulated ON being informed that births had occurred in ninetenths of the 300 families of Roebling N Y recently President Roosevelt ordered free rural delivery abolished in that place and a ostoffice established forthwith and immediately DONT force the Fiscal Court to build a new court house Vote for the bond issue and build it yourself It will be luch easier on the tax papers if bond are floated W H SHANKS for Representative by 400 or over and S W Hager for governor 20000 or more is our prediction POLITICAL Gov Glenn North Carolina Gov Comer of Alabama and Gov Smith- f Georgia held a conference in Atlanta on the railroad rate question Gov Blanchard of Louisiana says the proclamation of Lieut Gov Saunders issued in the governors absence and ordering the extra Legislature to regulate the corporations will not llowed to stand John Sharp Williams the democratic leader of the House of Representatives says democratic success in Kentucky today is of vital importance to- the National democracy as defeat will- not be considered as being due to local causes but will be attributed to a lack of confidence in the party Representative James A Tawney ol Minnesota with other members of the ommittee on Appropriations of the House of Representatives left New York on the steamship Colon for the Isthmus to make personal inquiry into the present and prospective monetary needs of the Panama canal THE greatest horse sale in this section in years will be that of Mr For estus Reid at his farm on the Huston ville pike 21 miles from this place on tomorrow Wednesday Nov 6 Sixty richly bred saddle and harness horses and five great stallions will be disposed of See advertisement for further particulars Appendicitis Is due in a large measure to abuso of- tbu bowels by employing drastic purgatives To avoid all danger use- only Dr Kings New Life Pills the- safe gentlecleansers and invigorators Guaranteed to cure headache bilious ness malaria and jaundice at Pennys Store 25cIDrug ab t jIt Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office 1 PUBLIC SALE I I wilt toll on tho Henry Anderson farm mvaramhenonHATUKDAY NOV P UJ nfine lxlIrold mure wellbniko tied In foal to tack I good horse years old well broke of hemp lu shock jicw cultivator 10 head of hogs a set of wagon nuplementnndbouaelrokl HAIUUETHWOIU FINE FARM FOR SALEJN GAR RARD COUnTY A tine blue gnu farm for sale situated on new pike near l otnt kcavll ami six tulles south of Lancaster contntnln g acres writ located to root k4ghlurinbd tedng putt of the John WaUr treet with a Rand some new tw tory Mvrnr x in iwtfttenet thereon recently with nil out bulldlll new Jtlrnro WII watomr nix newr nlllag spring nml ervek running through TWUMS amb In Mad hlne oho nail twoyrtin trolll daJ of nt hrtgalx par pnUIPersons nh pine peaN write K M and iMtiKiie Viiikir living on iiirm at lV lnt Lmvell nt W o Walker itanfonl K IwvuHl P K M and W Ialkr lliat InU Ky 01 The only Boot or Shoe sold in STANFORD Tanned the Old Fashioned Way and Cani be Gotten Only fromI H J McROBERTS PUBLIC SALE of Fine Horses Wednesday Nov 6 Having rented my farm I will otTer at public sale 60 Richly Bred Saddle anc Harness Horses Includ ing 5 Stallions The Htalllons are Dory Clolddukt 13ft General Hlnimon aitti7 Lincoln Chief SOI and two full brothers to Jack OtMamomli A Gelding and two road mares that ahoy speed Three matched teams Ii brood Inure bred to above stallions IT colts torteliiKsnnd II II leI from weanlings to erold The ones twos nd threes bro ken Seven yearling stulllon colts 6 bT Dopey Golddust out of tandarubrc mares All my own breeding and by such stal lions an Dorsey Jolddust Llnroln Chief II ion of Bourbon Chief Mltnlo Wilkes n sot DfOuinbettn Wilkes Quasi an Imported French Coacher inrugon a sun of Ja BInl and out of the t est bred mores tor both harness and saddle purpose and pro ten producers Possessing the blood of Korsey Uolddust AlllewootI Htrathmort Umbettn WllkeC K Clay Happy tiny Mimic Cecllllan Chief King Curtis Alxiul lab Mestunger Chief Altnont Etc Also Iwo tine Jacks one and three yean old four mules and u few good Jer leys and Hhorthorns This stock will be sold nt my fnrm miles from Htsnford on llustoiiville turn pike In Lincoln county Ky on the Knox illle branch of the Lt N a titles froii mllPli1fromWIreadyF REID Danville Ky TRY The Frankfort State Journal The Democratic State Organ during tho coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest and most reliable news every day Write to W Pg WaltonFrankfort NOTICE I Having decided to dissolve partnershl wedeslreto thank our many patrons their liberal patronage and ink nil who aro Indebted to ui to nettle At osier Ileipct IHUITT IIKOS Good Business for Sale My property and general stock of flier chull sell at onc mid let seaslonJun 1st or sooner For further information write orcome to nee me NH IIOGIK- Miirksuury Kj FOR SALE Kittysix acre of IltueUrasslnnd In Lin coin county on tbe Hhelby City uiul Dnn vllle Stanford short pike has about n core In fine locust pouts Is nt pre en In cultivation Is a Him wart of laud and very drslrahlefornuunl farm Call on or adults W M 11AUCOM Junction CityKy TINNING A PLUMBING REPAIR SHOP I have opened tlnnln and luinl uu n n old IVlvr Hlrmib Mud nn1 respectfully k n hare wt sour rmlronnir promising ttulariorv workat rvavnai i priers F3IIEKNHU- nfnlANNOUNCEMENT Mnnimitaticr over whlvb I have no con trot me to move to n dlUrrvnt Hi nate I therefore uftr tor rent my desirable ttriu ot Wncrrs1o r unlit from Itanvllle lAnd v ry ieoduetNY In hitch stat uf rut irntlOD every ronvrnleniw fur rom tort and profit for It w ter en b brat srntl te tin r ght alan win ellstoekerypand fixtures to renter Lofwe flDIIn Foww ten at Doer T A BKVDLKY DIInvlll Ky POSTED below strletl- yorbldhuatlagfihingornnykmd of tn ailing OH our places 1I ilntort to the full of the taw Alex oooiwr Mrs Mary l nptes Mrs Wnlter Warren Mrs Mnttle White Hlmpion lroi Ttnslvy MjKtoimmoro W Carter Hen I Martin aL K Ijiwrtnce Himben Curtis- JJ H locker M1uttu- sTAlller Morton Amnndt Hohsefler Uren J h ilolttelaw O W rr1l1IIra J K 1ulllum It ivter I ilmw Mrs Kath M Mer 3 Initon JamwtNOnkh dNvnCartnr M bark JOWl IlnUou Mr M It lrtio Mr JRS Halno J Itnm nleh- Mr lleb ty It Pnrpinier W P alnrttnI- s M Krye J Thomp o oraclnUIlfUI1Iyscrlptlonglakse style f mine or skeleton mountings loll and material guaranteed atl factor charges nwtknltr lucatdtl In Central Telephone UalldliiR Uusjonvlll Ky L t Ornduatvd tfitometrykt Joseph 3244 Vol I II pure bred and has been accepted for reg- Istry In the first volume of The Amerirn Tamwortli Hwlne Itwonl AtMxlalloi Hoo under tbe rule of the nssoclatlon and will U Sol lI as above Hlrv Kdwnnl No III thin Alexnndrn No tW Mire of Hire Iaple IOIlff Bruce No84darn of HlreCufwdl- aNeulrta1 Hlre of dam Kentucky Ror No IiZJ lIanl of dam sodden hays So hnr It It well known that the Tamworth Hwlne is the blithest swine on the market II Is sir weight ISBS at I years old sold for 4ten his dam Alexandra weight UIIIIIOM lorlUiV IllswelRhtSUat months Ii cruise well with every breed I will stan hlmnttlcMh JOHNOOOK Htnnford Ky DEAD GAME If you will tiring your dunsnndltevolver to me and let me put them In llrstchu condition I have bad nra tJlI erlenc In that business I put new bundles on Razor Blades Forrels or Walking Canos and Re pair Umbrellas Make a speclnlty of fitting all kinds of key- to all kinds of locks nil kinds repairing 01 bicycles and keep In stock all kinds of blc cle repairs Oho men trial and you will bu latlsfted COUK MAY 139 N Third Ht autlle Ky Central Kontuckv Real Estate EXchange TITLE COII No 1411 acres on tbe Waynesburg pike tear Highland 5room house barn amloth outbuildings nice orchard This proper ly is near churcu and schoolhouse la worth the price 1115- 0ao2iW acres Smiles South of Crab Or hard on the Htate road has n twoitor house good horn orchard and Is well water tdabout 100 acres of this land Is button land and produces tine crops A bargain at rol i4 cash balance In one and two years No 3118 acres on Duck Creek near Way tesburg 1room house barn and other out lulldlntts plenty of water Cash price f souNo4lUNacres near Level Green Hock astle This farm has a new tory framehouse would cost to build II iaw good barn crib Ac located church and school This is n nlco home and can be taught for 110 per acre 4 cash re uitnder In months No bIbacres adjoining tbe above farms Hacras In cultlvatloil Dwelling of 4 rooms gootl porn and other outbuildings nice or hunt One of thubest springs In the county Price VrM half balance and iears No VSJ1 acres adjoining farms No and IV acres In cultivation balance In timer Good white oak hickory and some fine edar tins zstory log huge und good orcb ard well watered Cash price No 1200 acres near Maretsburg Ky acre In cultivation good dwelling house nrn and necessary outbuildings tine water and school church anti It It station Price 1KU cash balance In one and two years acre near Conway Ky nearly INoti2Ufarm Is bottom land lino for corn dwelling house jnew barn and other buildings on county road Wes from llereu College Cash price s- Jl o1l1cre on Drakes Creek 3 miles- ontCrsbOrchard This farm Adoln tho- Ilke and Is a part the Ceo Evans farm his Is line land and In good condition all ecessary building This Is a bargain at 1per acre No 1078 acres near Stanford Ky In nice with nil necessary hulldhigeto cUJ1 be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the boys farms see or it It Hughes or JaDles I White HtonfordKy W QveIeiTIt is useless for us to goI into detail about these two items You all know themS They are as old here as my business In all kinds of leathers and styles Walk over Shoes 350 4 and 5 Mocker Bootees 5 Soldt onlY by us r wants H j McROBERTSiSTANFORD KENTUCKYI 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 yourPENNYS DRUG STORE Btanford Kentucky The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable WagonCall E T FENCE STANFORD KY Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat I Try It Only 25 Cents STANFORD DRUG CO 1 r New Skirts We have added for the November business about 60new Skirts in the Ir snevrcfct nut beet of the eeosou ipVo call cipccinl nttcntiou to a very full pleated Skirt Silk Hand in aBlack Blue Brown at 8598 New Voiles and Panamas nt 750 to SUi 6A FonD KY Nov 5 1007 WHEN you want to make your sclcc ation from largest and most upto data lino of pat cards go to Pennys Drug Store T VV PERSONALS y Y WADE Is down from Corbln lb VterMRS UTTHR Pore Is with Mrs W S Pcnham for a few days n BUSH of Lexington attended tbVburial of Judge Warren MR AND Mils MlTCIIBL TAYLOR of Danville were hero Saturday Bout MdRELAND of Lexington spent Sunday with Mrs W C Shanks Mn R W MARTIN of Birmingham Is with tho homcfolks horo for n low Ml MRS G M HnnnicK and children were with Mr and Mrs J D Ends last week Mss BBTTlfi BUSH spent several day with Mrs S M Allen at Mlllere burl MRS JOHN B Uiprn and little son of HUgtonvillo woro guests of Miss Mary D Kennedy MR A II SEVERANCE of Corbln was hero with his brother Mr Will Severance Friday MR AND MRS JAN DUDDERAR of Lftultvillo woro guests of tho family of Cot W Muff Duddcrar Mn FRITZ KRUEGBR of Mt Vornon went to Loutevilla Saturday to buy a t stock of undertakers goods Mns JnewE TRAYLOR of East Bern etadt spent several days with her par ents Mr and Mrs W P White Miss OWE WEAVER who has been the guest of Miss Roberta Eads has returned to her homo at Bronston RUSSELL DILUON of Lincoln county was down to see his mother who Is steadily improving London Sentinel MISSES Sun TAYLOR AND NANNIE WOODS ENGLEMAN are spending a week with Miss Lcvisa Harris in tho Hubble section MESDAMES JESSIE STAGG of this place and Will IlilTc of Hustonville spent several days with relatives in the Cedar Creek section Miss DUTGEN of Marion county who has been with her sister Mrs Sam McKIttrick in the Hubble section re turned to her homo Saturday THE Thursday afternoon club will meet with Miss Sue Taylor Engleman i at 2 oclock Thursday Nov 7 All members are urged to be present MRS J F CUMMINS of Stanford f spent several days in tho city tho guest of relatives while cnroute homo from a visit in Alabama Somerset Times MR THEODORE POWELL of Joppa Adair county was hero Saturday and yesterday mingling with Ma many friends who were delighted to see him MR L A FARISS and wife have moved to Somerset much to the regret of their friends here Mr M A John will their real son and family occupy dence MRS JOSEIH CotFEY wentup to Madi son county yesterday to seo her uncle Mr Pal Ballard who is very Mr Ballard raised Mrs Coffoy and sho natur ally feels very kind toward him MR J T INGRAM has sold his reel dence and lot at the corner of College and Factory streets to Mr W P Law 4rence of Springgeld who will move to Harrodsburg in a few days The price was 3000 Mr Lawrence has been in tho grocery business in Springfield but will engage in the contracting business here Ho and family will be cordially welcomed to Harrodsburg Harrods burg Democrat Mr Lawrence mar vied a daughter of Rev W T B White of tho East End LOCALS SEE W II Muellers ad to Go to the Misses VanDeveer for styl ish and uptodato millinery YOUNG men give to your best lady evening by takfriend a most enjoyable ing her to the Musical at the opera house Friday evening Nov 8 lIONS JOHN W GAINEsyof lennes eco and Ward Headley of Princeton made ringing speeches to a good crowd of democrats at the courthouso yester dayThe Madison Sale Company will havo their first Fall sale of trotting saddle and business horses mules and jacks at JUchmond next Thursday and Friday Nov 7 and 8 Attend if you need stock of any kind L i l GET our prices on single and double barrelshot guns before you buy Geo D Hopper DR A S PRICE will be at his office regularly from now on His office hours are from A M to r a6 WANTED carload of qalnuts and hlokory nuts Will pay highest market price II B Northcott Stanford It Tim Ladles Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs John W Rout Friday afternoon at 2 o clock J II BAUGMMAN has bought of his father Mr S II Baughman his splendid farm on tho Somerset pike The place contains nearly 400 acres and the price whllo private was a fancy ono OUR boys got walloped 16 to Oat lot ball In the game against the Lancaster eleven on their grounds Friday afternoon Tho wind was blowing in tho wrong direction for the Stanford play ers Fon 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 IN remitting for his J to Juno 1903 Rev Gilbert Glass now of Cov ington writes Tho INTERIOR JOUR NAL keeps me informed about Stanford and her fine people and that is of moro value to mo than a good many dollars At 25c per garment less than wo paid we could have purchased averavgely good underwear but we paid the dif ference and secured better garments at LOc and 1 than you ever saw Moro for your money always at Cummins McClarys Go to D V Kennedy Co for meal hlpstufT and flour They make prices any hour Their custom is great their mill is small they are anxious to grind for one and all Tho corn is ripe the wheat is plenty the price of shipstufT is one and twenty HENNERMr J W Rcnncr one of tho best citizens of Rockcastlo county died last week at his home near Pongo Ho was known as Little Joe and no county had as a citizen a moro honor able and straightforward man lie is survived by his wife and several child ranTile largo barn on Mrs Isaac Hamil tons farm burned between 5 and 6 o clock Friday evening together with its contents a horse three cows 250 bales of hay 160 bales of straw etc Sho had 300 insurance in n company represent cd by Mr R B Mahony Believing that tho fire was started by an incendi dry Lair Browns bloodhounds were telephoned for from Hustonville They trailed for n couple of miles but lost the scent It is believed that tho person who applied tha torch mounted a horse whero tho dogs gave up the trail MR GEORGE D SAUFLEY of Lincoln county who is speaking in Woodford county for tho Democratic ticket this week was hero for a short whilo with W 0 Davis says the Frankfort Jour nal Ho reports that much enthusiasm has been aroused among the Woodford Democrats and that a big voto for the Stato ticket and Harry Schoberth for Representative will bo polled on Tues day As far as Lincoln is concerned Mr Saufloy says that the organization is in splendid shape and that the county will bo found in tho right column on election day Tmt people of Stanford have been noted for good taste in many partlcu lars Good taste consists in the facul ty of appreciating in objects or per formances the presence of symmetry order beauty or excellency of what over sort Next Friday evening the good people will have an opportunity to exercise that good taste by attending an entertainment of the highest order If anyone does not possess that faculty it Is a splendid time to acquire It En courage an enterprise that will help you and your neighbor to relish what is best and most refined in the amusement and entertainment line Those who have promised to take season tickets will please go to W B McRoberts Drug Store Tuesday Regular sale of tickets begins Wednesday Give the first en tertainers of the course a record break ing house and encourage the workers for high class entertainments t NEW GOODS r After a brisk October business wo found room for many new goods nnd are now ready to supply you with the most desirable goods in our line Re cent purchases have put our stock in tip top condition l SEVERANCE SON STANFORDt WE ore showing a very attractive line of wool shirts and coat sweats for men See them Cummins Me Clary SM ALL COINDlr S L Ashley of the Turnersvllle section showed us Saturday an English coin made in 1816 It IS11 quarter of n cent and so small that- the owner carried it in a pieco of paper to keep from losing it ATTEND the groat horso sale of Mr Forestus Reid at his farm 2J miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike tomorrow Wednesday Nov 6 Ho will sell 60 great saddle and harness horses including five stallions ad AT Lancaster the other day Mr Thomas B Walker showed us a beautiful sample of granite that is found in abundance on his splendid farm near Lancaster It appears to us that Mr Walker has a good thing with which to bring him wealth Bin POTATOES qtrW Carter brought us In n sack of potatoes Saturday that wero the finest wo have seen in years lie got the seed from tJohn Chrlstman tho florist If any ofour readers think they can beat Mr Carters potatoes let them bring them in FOR neww traction engine ono separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at 50c per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on account of ill health All this machinery Is comparatively now and cost about 3000 It can be bought for a very low price Seo or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky Mir Pore brother of Mrs W S Denham of this place was kit ed bv a train at Ivorydalc 0 a few days ago He was crossing a double track and it is supposed that ho was getting out of tho way of one train and was struck by another Mr Pope lived in Boyle until a short while ago He leaves a wife to mourn his untimely end Mr Pope was a splendid young man TilE Harmony Concert Company drew a large addicnce at the high school concert and that the performance was pleasing was evidenced by the fact that nearly every number was encored Tho Kirksmith sisters with violins and flute made beautiful harmony being artistically accompanied upon the piano by Miss Daisy Higgins Tunkbannock Pa Republican Hear this splendid company at Waltons Opera House next Friday evening Nov 8 CIRCUIT COURT begun yesterday but titer the grand jury was given clear and concise instructions by Judge W C Dell court adjourned until Wednesday morning The grand jury is composed of T A Rice foreman A M Frye S D Fads Hunter House J N Carter J N Mcncfce J A Hollars LNP Weaver P C Sandidge J G Baugb S M Chandler J T Stephenson The petit jury is as follows I M truce G F Gooch C Fowler J F Holtzclaw J K Sutton Wilson Alex rider Goo D Robinson F M Ware Joseph Phelps MIddlcton Lynn T J Robinson D M Anderson P L Beck J D Eads S H Helm A J Thompson J E Jones J T Roberts W H Underwood W P Carson G L Carpenter Wm Curtis Thomas Manuel A M Luce The case of the Commonwealth against P F Kennedy is set for Wednesday THE suggestion of Rev Dr McCook that the crime of rape where the offense shall bo clearly proven should bo punished by such surgical amendment of tho body of the perpetrator as would prevent him from its rope tition is worthy of tho most serious consideration but it is not new Thirty years or more ago Judge Thomas W Varnon tho member fron Lincoln county introduced d bill to that effect but tho members thought it impractical and unnecessarily cruel Out the punishment would bo far less cruel than the crime In the case of tho criminal himself it would prove an absolute afterpreventive and there is good reason to believe a foreknowledge of the penalty would prove the best possible determent Castration would prove more effective than imprisonment unless tho imprison Experiencohasment affords no remedy Frankfort Journal election bulletins will be received INo depot tonight the Western Un to send them out ITilE C W B Mwili meet at tho church at 280 Wednesday afternoon A full attendance is desired as the election of officers will take place YOUR attention in called to the dis play advertisement of W II Mueller Stanfords uptodato jeweler You will find it on our first page Read it each issue It will be tune well spent ON account of the ofJudge R C Warren the republicans called oft their speaking here Saturday afternoon Gov W 0 Bradley came as advertis ed but instead of speaking held an informal reception in Dr R L Davisons office It was quite magnanimous in them to postpone indefinitely the appointment after it had been so exten sively advertised AT Junction City nextFriday even Ing Nov 8 the pretty play Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch will be presented by Miss Harrietta Jones who studied the part under S H Clark of Chicago University and a number of Junction City people The proceeds will go to the Christian church of that place Go and see a rood show and at the same time help a good cause JUDGE RICHARD C WARREN of Lin coln county whose death was an nounced in yesterdays State Journal was as true a man as ever lived and a Democrat of tho purest mould We had known him for a quarter ofn century and loved him for his many noble qualities of mind and heart May the sod rest lightly over his honest old bosom and may God give comfort and reconciliation to his lov ing wife and children Frankfort Jour nal Farm For Rent I I with to rent nt netho H G Collier farm of 60 acrvn nenr CednrOreek IJncoln county Address TIIOMAHCOLblKll Htntlon A Somerset Ky PARKERS BALSAM- ctamrad Imutifkt thr halt lrocnutM liarUnl north Fan to Hettor Gray CQtorOwns FOR RENT 84 acres bottom land on the Stanford Jcl Ituitouvllle pike nt Jltintonvllto Hou and lot and outbuildings 13 otlln Tlmoth 1Itndo the tadance to go In oats In the Spring Terms two Good note nsFrW II TAYJJIK It Xo Wllllaburg Washington Co Ky McKINNEY MARBLE ft GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Renters In and manufacture of Grnnlto and Marble Monuments KlretCliiM Work nt ItfiiHonnbltj 1rlcen Olllcu and Works McKlnney Ky Hhop doted on Knturday STOREHOUSE AND MERCHAN DISE FOR SALE J I deilre to tell privately my storehouse and splendid stock of general merchandise nt Hedgevllle Most of the are new and the stock Is clean Wish to tell at once lItH JOE Iuoel- ledgevllle Ky STORE ROOM IN STANFORD FOR SALE I If not told privately I will toll at public auction at lM r DEOEM11KUW1BU7 County court sOerahitoueowinockSianstoreroom in ford by the the town beIngtdirectlyoptoslte tfeourt house and on street storeroom has n ado roots and n splendid basement The ot on whIch the room IInd tlere is- nbuntlant ond the Ht Alaph creek ground for n large warehouse 10 acres or knobtnnoWill also sell mate VKlIl1ltHATrland Btonrord Ky PUBLIC SALE having sold farm I will nt nil place from Stanford near the SomersetSh miles pike halfmile lrom llIywooll on the Tommy Ulll place on- TIIUHSDAY NOV 7 to the high ell nil or my plnonlll property horses one est bidder lIa 101l0Wil nIce comIng 4black betteors calves Ik cowgood m sows a gllU six shouts W P bout weaned 12 acres hemp dd acid- harness ooking stove tools bllrnen houlehold and kitchen rur IIltur All sums over will be lit I per cent oldonacredltotemonths undercneh to from date hand Sale will begIn O t MnluC1i1Tii JWaistst New Shirt Waists just placed on sale Black Sattecn Waist 8100 Black and White Satteen Waists 8100 to 8200 Plaid Silk Ginghams Waists 8200 Black Brown Navy Tucked Taffeta Waists at 85 to 8750 See our MISS NEW YORK Petticoat Window South East Corner Main and IDepot StreetsI 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 IDry 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 wait Come and see our line The styles are correct and the prices are right tlttr e OrchardJJr The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is off on prices at the at Huston ville We are price fightersc 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 CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all We carry a general line Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a pair of Shoes rdont wonder that Ouriallstock I know I can do you gDod Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter We have good values in Carpen terms Tools such brands as H hviJft Disston Hand SawsStahley Planes and Germantown Hatchets and Hammers Call and see them q Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky ti 1 The Interior Journal allNOndclaNFUBiannBD TUESDAYS AND TIUDJL 500 PER AT YEAR CASnl a e1lrWhen sot so paid 1100 will be charge LNTIWETHBL1 No V Noutbl11 rM No I South lrye rM No North 4SB A NoS North S1T P X JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweene raornx eon Livery Food and Solo Stably Lancaster Ky Hi O TIC E I Union Jack and War- Atretcher n one needing a cnn leave their order with T E Newlnnd at Htnnford Ho line one he wll show you and take your order and will IUI the tome on abort uotlco BT LUNSFOIID BaD CARTER Now Livery Depot StreetPhone 96 5T NFOADKENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building INSURANCEFire itbieRateiuaranteedoLaifPeylnaR a MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 Fruit and Orna mental Treest Shrubs Gripe Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn Gatden We employ no agents Cat alogue on applicationI H F HlLLENMEYEH SOX- SLexington Ky GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there Is so little difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your measure experienced tailor I have n i taken by an handsome line of Fall Winter goods I can make from a low busmes suit to the n nest dress suit AIoOvercontgTrous- era and Fancy Vests The company rep resent Is second to none HO nUPLKYTheTnllor s Htanford J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone 107 Home Phone 85 t J Le Beazley Co- Undcitatrcrs and Embalm en Aim Dealers in Fur niture Matting Rug They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J dP Xt r FARMERS DEPARTMENT W C Floyd bought of J B I10naker 63 sheep at 7 ATTTEND 0 F Merediths sale near Maywood Thursday John Lutes sold to a London party 200 barrels of corn at 3 on board cars John B Foster sold to B D I1ottz goodlones he has been worked B B King More land FOR SALE17 Bargain Counter steer calves and five yearling steers J C Bailey J W Guest Crab Orchard Ky- Fon SALE48 splendid yearling cattle 650 to 800 pounds Good quatlty and fine color S M Owens Son McKinney FOR RENTl60 acres of land on Hanging Fork part of the Green Bright place Unimproved J Deech er Adams Danville Ky A W Stewart of the Wildie nebth borhood has bought the Fields farm of 208 acres lying on the Klrksville pike north of Paint Lick for 218950 Henry S Berry has sold to Mrs Mattie Gay Swope wife of W M Swat his farm of 164 acres three miles from Lexington on the Tates creek pike at redroan cow with chain tied to her came to my place some six weeks ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep J B Wit llama Mt Salem- TheJEquity men of Carroll county met and decided to organize an army of peace to invade Trimble county to request farmers to pool their 1907 crop of tobacco and not to raise a crop ncxt yearThe Government Stock Inspector has been to Hickman to investigate then 25 30 cases of Texas fever which have resulted fatally to cattle in that town AS a result a rigid quarantine has been placed over the town for nine month The disease was brought there by two Texas steers which were imported for togging purposes CHURCH MATTERS The American Bible Society reports annual receipts 54834388 The Disciples of Christ will try to raise 350000 for foreign missions The Methodist Publishing House has fund of 160000 to distribute to poor and needy aged preachers this year After baptizing seven converts Rev E Petty of Olive Hill was sudden paralyzed and died in a few minutes Elder B H Ross evangelist and newspaper correspondent died at Ow ngsville from the effects of a knife wound received several years agoIEld Joseph Ballou who preached an ixcellent sermon at the Christian Lurch Sunday morning taking as his subject Daniel will preach there jgain next Sunday morning Services at the Presbyterians church lustonville next Sunday morning and light by the pastor Rev S B Lan ler Morning subject The Story of a Heart evening subject Jehovah deal RealizedLingering Cold Withstood Other Treatment But Quickly Cured By Chamberlains Cough Remedy Last winter I caught a very sever cotd which lingered for weeks say J Urquhart ofZephyrOntarla liMy cough was very harsh and dry The Deal dealer recommended Chamber alns Cdugh Remedy and guarantee It so I pave it a trial One small bottle of It cured me I believe Chamber tins Cough Remedy to be the best I haVe over used This remedy Is for sale by all Druggists TilE football team at Lima 0 has been disbanded because its members have managed to accumulate four broken legs 12 broken fingers six broken noses and eight dislocated bones says a dispatch We suggest that the teams in Central Kentucky break camp before the players suffer the fate of- the Lima boy- sDancing Proves Fatal Many men and women catch colds at dances which terminate In pneumonic anel consumption After exposure If oloys Honey and Tar Is taken It wit break up a cold and no serious results neeel bo feared Refuse any but the numb in a yellow package G L Penny Over 76000 railroad men of the United Kingdom have voted tp strike So- far only 8773 have voted to oppose the step Nothing will be done pending the interview Wednesday with the president of the Board of Trade I Three men were killed nine seriously bared and about 20 passengers more or less hurt in a collision between a fast passenger train anda freight on the Q C near Morgantield Ga TIIE Central Kentucky Real Estate xcnange Title Co has farms of 100- to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices hands are quickly cured by apptylng Chamberlains Salve Price- 125c For sale by all druggists The New Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce that Foloys Honey and Tar for cough colds and lung troubles U not alTected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend It as a safe remedy for children and adults G L Penny a MATRIMONIAL Rev John Creech aged 74 and Mrs Elizabeth Cieech 67 were married at London Ex Gov John E Osborne of Raw lins Wyo was married at to Miss Selena Smith of that PrincetonI A Significant Prayer May the Lord help you make Bucklens Arnica Salvo known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chalet Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured It In a wonderfully short time Best on earth for sores burns and wound 25c at pennys Drug Store 4 Judge 0 P Temple one of the Inst of the antebellum statesmen of Tennessee is dead at Knoxville in his 88th year Notice of Election I Llneountyfiscallloeular term court del pretld lng with thefollowing Justices of th- encel to Its W U Wiilllu J A Duddur 8r W M DutlUernr unil U U Ailaini It woe moved by Juitlce Wf Vulderar nud iwondeU by Juitlco W Wnlltn that thlt following action bo taken by this court The grand jury of Lincoln county ut Itebrunry term ltUi of the Lincoln circuit ourt buying recommended u now tour houst for 1llIcoln COUllt Rnd It ollllring to the wituiactlon ol this court that thu ours house now In use la unulfo and mad saute for tho public convenience end prei rratlon of the IMbllc Record It U order d that thu sum of thlrtynvt- housanddollarbuuggeated ai the gut lecottary to build n now hou e It U further ordered that an election 00 held and u poll opened at the aoveral votlni precinct In Lincoln County on Tuemlii Jovember 5 liWT tho day of tho next genera lection nt which the appropriation ubovi uRgetted bull bo lUbmltted to the lega oters of Lincoln county for their approve rejectionThe of Lincoln county It directed to advertise laid election for at Iviut thirty dllY next before theday thereof In the In crlor Journal being tho only newanapei lUblUhed In IJncolu county and the ottl coJra of sold election are directed to hold he election Itetwven the came bourn that hey are requlntl to bold clectlonaforcoun Iy oftlcerf which election Shall be held and- ouducted In nil respects as required by tht- enendeluollonluwInforce In this Htat III the time the tame The Cleric of tbe Lincoln county court hall cause to Iw printed on tbe Ultlclal Halt to bo used In nld election the wordi IInd figure Are you In favor of an appro nation of sIUI for building a new Court Louse for Lincoln County mid have two paces upon the right of right Mime one for uteri favoring the appropriation to bo de- Igl1llhod by the word Vei and one for vo ters the appropriation to be dplg ated by the ordhNo And sad Clerk hall said ballots In nil other rue I required by Hectlon HSU of the Kentucky Statue In the event the requilte number of legal voters of Lincoln county vote In favor of old appropriation U ordered that this court cause the of Lincoln county to tho amount of pt5UD to lio reparedexecut tit and Issued on printed form under the eal of the county to lw signed by theCoun I r of Lincoln County Court ntul ounterslgned by the Clerk of said Court ayablo to bearer at Lincoln County Na lonul of Htanford Kentucky which oncli shall notlwnr greater rate of Inter et than four IMT cent payable nemlnnnunl r nt Lincoln County National Hunk of- LanfordandInterest coupon shall bo nt curd to said bonds signed by the Clerk of t11e Lincoln County Court said bonds shall Issued In three series towlt Merle A riesnanderleaC HerleeAeor racing ten thousand dollars of wild build Ihl1 consist of twenty bonds for the sum of iUOench and numbered one to He rlesH consisting of ten thousand dollars uf snld bonds shalfconsist of twenty bond the sum of Sirs and numbered from to 40 thouidof thirty toad of 5w and uumlwred omiO to The Ixinds embraced In Merle A shall redeemable at the pleasure of the OourlI In nnd after seven years from the their Issue nnd shall be due and payable tell years froju said and the bonds em raced In burley It shall lie redeemable lit- tbo pleasure of tho Court on and after ten yellrs trout date of their time and due IIml payable fifteen year from tho said and lionds embrno d In8erleHall horedeuatebluutthepleasure of the Oourt on and after Ilitven years front the iteof their Iwo anti tine and paynble enty years from the said date A copy attest GKOnC001KHClcrk Uy K I IcnnlnRton V V Good Farm For Sale 211 acres 01 FirstClass llluo OrnM Lnnd MtuntPdlnn good neighborhood 3W miles from Huitonvlllo lfnnd In ft nigh unto of cultivation of rooms hail- cud porches two large stock barns cow barn with four stnlls cribs do The farm la well watered with plenty neverfalling cistern at thu tarn wind mill furnishing water In and round the house and at both horn For full call on C T Notion Lebanon Kybru1liohon Huttonvllle Ky O T ROI ION 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Kentucky Get my Rates be fore Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Ehone 21 STANFORD KY TRIBBLE PNI Undertakers andIEmbalmers STANFORD KYI Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frame Shades Lace Curtains and Wall PaperIMr Eo T Ikazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 How to Cure Your Piles If sufferers from plies and rectal die eases would first a reliable laxative like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin instead of using external salves and supposl tortes or having an operation performed they would save a trouble expense and pain The reason is that in nine cases out ten are the result of habitual constlpatlon and when once the constipation is thoroughly cured the piles Piles are to constipation what pimples are to bad blood simply an out symptom And just as face lotions arent halt as good for as a good blood medicine to islrcs and suppositories arent hall arood for as a reliable laxa Uro like Dr CAldwell SyrupPepsla A JO cent or II bottle will prove these claims and every druggist Is anlborlttd to guitantee results Ilt ndreds of people have written ut that Dr CaldweUa Syrup Pepsin It the best pile euro they know of sad It Is sanely worth a trial from you Not only will It cure the piles but It will permanently correct bowel trouble so that you will have movements It will tone the stomach and make dleeitlon easy for you Dr CaW wells Syrup lepsln Is the best remedy for constipation dyspepsia biliousness flatulency and all resultant troubles such as orbowelsmake It especially suited to children and all who ate too weak to stand purgative waters salts and irrlpln powders and tablets A physic Is not what pile warier need but steady easy bowel movements and these can be obtained by the use of this wonderful remedy It brings about a permanent homo cure at a minimum of expense FREE TEST WISyrupPepsin btfon DrCalil bur Inr can hate a tree ump bottle tent to their home ey addreitlnc till company This offer Is to thittue remedy will do at we claim and U rely to dots who have never taken It Send for It If you haw any symptoms of stomach or bowel disuse Oentlett yet most effective laxative for children women and folks cvarutced permineit home curt THE PUSUO VERDICT Laxative So Good and Sirs at DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This vestal 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