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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV a STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 2 1908 NO 57 I PET Y Tho sun is slowly sinking in tho golden West And I am fondly thinking of tho girl I lovo best Her Binilo I can see though its only in n dream As she smiled at me when tho moon brightly beamed- I love tho pale soft light of the cres cent moon above An it shines so bright on the one I doar ly love It makes her blue eyes sparkle like theI stars that shine on high It makes mo lovo her bolter Ill lovo her till I the As herwft whltu arms round my neck entwine And n sweet voice that charms says Darling youro mlno low can I help but lovelier and draw her to my heart iAnd pray God to never let drift apart 3Qh my own sweet pot I certainly do v remember Nor will I oer forgot a night in sweet September I thought I loved you then I knew naught of bliss And It was only when you gavo mo your first kiss fisS Tho you may leave me It will grieve f mo to sec you go away Hut I will try with many n sigh to meetI 1 you another day And I will think to tho graves very t brink that you belong to me For Id rather dead than to another wed unless that ono was theo- Ievlngsworth A Reunion Tho third annual reunion will be holdI nt Old Jrnklns voting ground Oct 8 190G under tho auspices of James Humphrey Pout G A R Casey coun ty Ky The program will bo about as follows Tho very best speakers bo fore and afternoon Campfires otc a museum consisting of war relics such as were used during tho civil war Din nor for soldiers wjll bo a sample of the soldiers dinner on tho march con sisting of crackers bacon and coffee 1GltI eII aro kindly requested to bring dinner for themselves and vis iting friends Grand parade and good order assured All soldiers arc invited l not only those who wore tho blue but thoso who wore the gray Let all como and learn more of tho great sacrifice that soldiers made for our flag and tho principles It represents Learn that wo retained tho precious gifts of our Washington and his followers and made our country tho leading power of tho world under the guiding hand of ourI Heavenly Father By order of post JOAn KIONHY FORGET the faults of other people 4oorgot as many diogru mblo things all gossip as soon us you hear it or before lorgel our onemlwi and remember your friends Forgot doubU and fears and remember hopes and faiths Forget your own failures and romom bw your successes Forgot tho pinpricks slights and trivial offenses incident to nil life Forgot to do anyone an injury but remember to do everyone n kindness Forgot tho evil people of history and remember tho good ones who have mado tho world better misanthropy Forget all bitterness cynicism nod remember kindness philanthropy and helpfulness Forget whatever uncleanness you have rend seen or heard and remember purity chastity and goodness Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings Now Lifo fills They remove all pulse onous germs from the system anti In fuse now life and vigor euro sour stomach nausea headache dizziness and collr without griping 01 discom fort lac Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Dros Crab Orchard My motherinlaw Is seriously III Whats tho trouble t A slight cold VA slight coldl Why thats not a serious illness It ISi shes just bound to recover Houston Post Gov Luke P Blackburn whoso rep utation as a physician and philanthropist Is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is tho best aper ient known to tho medical profession and will euro more diseases than any one remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil drug gists and country stores r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Emlleno Young aged 80 years Is dead nt Nicholasvillo George Yocum a prominent citizen of Washington county is dead Tho W C T U is holding its annual conventional Nicholaaville Over 200 delegates aro In attendance Charles 0 Barker has been appointed postmaster at Llky Laurel county and William C Taylor at Funston Pulaski countyHeavy rains in Franklin and Anderson counties have caused all streams to leave their banks and much damage has been done to roads and crops Glcnsboro and VanBurcn in Anderson county aro reported under water No loss of lifo has occurred James P Tribble of Richmond was attacked by three men knocked down and robbed of a largo sum of money Ho was returning from a circus performance William Chastino and Wil liam Wren of Kyckcastle were are rested on the charge of robbery Nathan Tudor n farmer residing near Silver Creek Madison county shut and killed his brother Marion The killing took place at tho home of Mr Tudor where the dead man made his home The trouble was said to havd been over nri insult offered Mrs Tudor by Marion Tudor- Indictment for wilfull murder was returned at Manchester against Joe Walker and Green Clark charged with conspiracy In tho shooting of James Brooks near Manchester Last May Walter Livingston and Joe Clark were sent to tho penitentiary to serve 21 years for the same crime A Jcllico dispatch says Tho largo crew of men at work removing tho debris at Jellico discovered tho body of another of the victims Tho body that a man was found near a tannery yards from the scene of tie explosion It was lying In a creek and was so badly discolored that it could not told whether it was that of a Negro or whlto man It was split lengthwise an arm and leg being torn away It was not identified Parts of what are believed to be other bodies were found Ono of the badly Injured victims E W lien nett died Tho relief fund being gath erer for Jellico sufferers has reached P3500A do at70 My mother Ilsuddenly bcontnado young at TO Twenty years of Intense suffering from dyspepsia had entirely disabled her until nix month ago when she logan tnklngKlcctrlo litters which have completely cured her and restored tho strength and activity sbo had In tho prime of lIfo wrltos Mrs W I Gllpairick of Danforth Mo Gnmtost roHtorution medicine on tho globe Sots Stomach Liver and lilt neys right purlUo tho blood and BUIOS Malaria lllllousnos and Weakness Wonderful Ol1olonh Price fiOo Guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store Stanford and Lyno liros Crab OrchardA Y of the State Department of Labor just issued states that there are now upward of 8000000 wage workers in labor unions onefourth of whom lire in the United States Great Britain and Germany each have nearly as many unionists us tho United States but the countries in which tho move ment Is comparatively new Austria Hungary Italy etcaro now making rapid progress An Awful Cough Cured Two yeses ago our little girl had a touch of pneumonia which loft her with an awful cough Situ hind spoils of roughing just like ono with tho whooping cough und some thought she would not got well at all Wo got n bottle of Chamberlains Cough Homo dy which noted like a charm She stopped coughing and got stout und fat to writes Mrs Orti llusiiurd urn baker 111 This remedy Is for sale by Stanford Drug Co Mrs William Jennings Bryan had been watching from u box opposite tho speakers stand tho reception accorded her husband nt New York A flock of newspaper mon rushed over ante asked her what she thought of It all Mrs Bryan smiled put her lingers to her lips and said My husband does the talking Nothing to Fear Mothers need havo no hesitancy In continuing to give Chamberlains Cough llemedy to their little onus as It contains absolutely nothing inju rious This remedy is not only per fectly sato to giro small children but Is a medicine of great worth and mer- It It has a worldwide reputation for its cures of coughs colds nnderpup and can always bo relied upon For tale by Stanford Drug Co The first heavy frosts of tho season ire reported in Nebraska and Iowa where however the crops are consid ered too far matured to in serious longer NEWS NOTES Tho business portion of Barstow CaI was destroyed by fire causing a loss of approximately 8000001George II Poor inventor of thb air brake generally used on American railroads is dead at Portland Me Tho strike of the Wabash raHroac boilermakers machinists and black smiths was terminated by the granting of an increase in wages Trimble Simpson and Nicholas counties all went dry by big majorities Saturday In each county the election passed off quietly Tho amendment to the New Yorl State labor law prohibiting the employ ment of children under 16 In any line or calling or business went into effect yes terdayThe MIddloport Bank a private In stitution at Middleport 0 has failed to open its doors It is stated that all tho deposits amounting to 115000 are missingCol T Tucker aged 83 and a prominent lawyer of Winchester is dead Ho was lieutenant colonel ofthe 11th Kentucky Confederate Cavalry and an army comrade of Senator McCreary Tho American demand for gold In the Britishmarket continues Gold bars to the valuo of 15CO000 were par chased from the Hank of England Sat urday for shipment to the United StatesHarry Orchard self confessed mur derer of former Gov Frank Stuenen burg of Idaho whose confession Implicated tho officers of the Western Federation of Miners has become a battleship Connecticut tho newest American fighting vesel and the first battleship ever built in the United States Government yard was finally placed in commission Saturday at the New York navy yard Henry E Youtsey one of the Goebel murder prisoners confined in tho peni tentiary through misbehavior lost the dark gray uniform which ho has worn for more than a year past as a mark of good conduat Ho and another con vict named Gray indulged in a fight in the penitentiary The Court of Appeals handed down a decision construing tho statute requir ing the word incorporated to bo placed on nil printed and advertising matter used ba corporation Tho decision holds that the statute does not require tho use of the word on labels used on goods which may be manufactured by a corporation Drafts representing nearly all of the capital stock of the Boston thinking Co of Boston made out in favor of Former Cashier Roy Smith and fiia brother W B Smith formerly presi dent of tho Western National Bank of Louisville havo been dishonored and as a result of the trouble State Bank Examiner Scott Maycs of Springfield Is engaged in examining tho books of the bank Louisville Nashville passenger train northbound rau into an open bridge across Cumberland river at Clarksvillo Tenn Tho engine baggage and mail coaches went down carrying with them six men four of whom were rescued Engineer Frank Porter of Bowling Green and Express Messenger Will Wood of Clnrksvillc were killed Tho bridge was turned for a boat On Wednesday Oct 10th the eighth day of the big Lexington trots the greatest field of star pacers ever brought together In tho world will meet at Lexington The field includes The Broncho 200 Bolivar 2OOJ Ecstatic 2011 Locanda 202 Gratt 2021 Angus Pointer 2021 Argot Boy 2KWJ My Star 2031 etc On the same day the 210 trot with 23 stars in tho field will be contested This is a fair sample of the great rasing feast provided during tile great race meet at Lexington Oct 213 Sick Headache Cured Sick headache IB caused by derange moot of the stomach and by Indigestion Chamberlains Stomach und Liver Tablets correct theso disorders trod effect u euro By taking these tablets as soon as the first Indication of thu disease appears the attack may bo warded olT Get a free sample and try them For sale by Stanford Drug Co Late reports from the gulfcoast towns in the track of tho storm show that tho loss of life is comparatively small most of tho deaths having been among marines All reports agree howover that the property loss will be enormous possibly aggregating 20 000000 The loss to the cotton crop according to Gov Vardaman of Missis sippi will amount to 200000 bales in that State alone u Henry K Jones of Tampa Fla writes I can thank God for my present health duo to Foleys Kidney Cure It is a pleasure to recommend It those needing a kidney medicine Pennys Drug Store I HUSTONVILLE f John S Carpenter sold J B Coffey a gelding for 150 Rev S B Lander will preach in the Presbyterian church Stanford on Sunday Oct 14 Mrs Josiah Bishop was painfully hurt by stepping on a nail which pene trated her foot Emmett McCormack sold to Fox 8 Caldwell 301100lbcattleat4c Josiah Bishop sold to same party 20 000pound cattle at 3Jc John B Coffey bought of Dick Moore a cream colored gelding with whlto mano and tail by Highland Denmark dam by old Peavine for 175 Rev S B Lander leaves this week for Louisville and carries with him the best wishes of the entire community to which he has greatly endeared him selfA wedding in high life is on tap for this month in tho West End and tho contracting parties are among the most prominent people Tho formal an nouncement of their engagement will bo mado soon Mr D C Allen goes to Louisville this week to have an operation per formed Natures process of healing aided by tho best specialist has been exceedingly slow from somo cause which has delayed this lost operation A prominent geologist of Lexington who mado an analysis of tho shale that was recently put on the pikes in the West End stated that it was a shane to use such valuable material on roads as it was tho identical material from which rock paint is made- I havo sorao special bargains in suit lags and overcoatings Just a few patterns carried over from last winter They are very good styles and are es pecially good values for the price I ask for them They will not last long at these prices See them before they are closed out A J Adams The family reunion of C L Ashley and wife last week was attended by 24 guests who greatly enjoyed the splen did dinner Among those from a dis tance who attended were Mrs W A Grubbs and children of Kewanee Ill 1daughterour young artist Boyd Wcathcrford D C Allen received from the Great Eastern Casuality and Indemnity Co for 40 days total disability the grand sum of 933 The policy calls for 10 per month for total disability and Mr Allen will at once proceed to legally test the responsibility of tho company which has many policy holders in this locality All who hold policies in the company will cancel thorn on account of their action in this case Money could not bring tho worlds greatest vocal and instrumental artists of Europe and America together for one performance in our city yet on Friday evening Oct 5 at Alcorns Op era House all will be given an oppor tunity to hear them The ingenuity of man has reached mechanical perfection in the reproduction of instrumental and vocal renditions to the extent that if your eyes were closed you could easily believe you were being entertained by the artists themselves Admission 20c Reserved seats 25c at Yowells Mrs Robert II Young of Louisville is tho guest of Mrs H R Camnitz W B Wright and family have moved to Oregon Miss Lula Edrington chief of tho local telephone exchange has returned from a two weeks vacation in Lexington with her relatives Mr and Mrs James Frye E C Hopper has returned from a business trip to Chicago Miss Efllo Drye of McKinney is con valescing from a severe attack of typhoid fever John B Coffeyof Co lumbia was here on business Miss Lelia Rocker of Chicago Is visiting Mr and Mrs J W Hocker She is a native of Paris Mo and this is her first trip to this part of Kentucky Transylvania Presbytery convened hero last Tuesday with 22 delegates in attendance Many matters of Interest to Presbyterians in this Presbytery were disposed of during tho sessions of Wed nesday Mr A A Higgins of Stan ford a student of tho Louisville Theo logcial Seminary was examined and li censed Tho McKinney Presbyterian church was dissolved the building was ordered sold and the amount realized to bo placed in the hands of the following committee appointed by Presbytery Chas Wheeler John A Blain and Joe Paxton to be expended in repairing the Hustonvillo Presbyterian church Presbytery adjourned Wednesdry night after selecting Danville as the next meeting place Advice Housewives No homo Is so pleasant regardless of the comforts that money will buy as when the entire family is in perfect health A bottlo of Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 60 cents It will cure every member of the family of constipation sick headache or stom ach trouble Pennys Drug Store CIRCUS I McDonald Bros Great New United Shows At Stanford Friday Oct 51 Bigger Better Brighter than Ever Theyhave been here before and they pleased you then Best Wagon Show oil The cad Watch out for the Parade at 1230 Tent on Carsons Lot kit Yor Feed Grind Your Corn Pump Water Saw Wood USE THE HAdAN GASOLINE ENGINE They are the simplest and best SIZES FROM 2 TO 50 HORSEPOWER Hagan Gas Engine Co Winchester Kyi=11S IIiI- II Examine your Heating Stoves now and See rWhat they Need Dont Wait Until Cold Weather W H HIGGINSI dStanford 11 flJ COAL T COAL I ttrieetfttttttl To introduce a Splendid Genuine Jellico Coal we will sell it at 10 12c Per Bushel- at bins both at Stanford andrRowland W S E B DENH AM Horses Handled reek1 am and handle hones by tho month Perfect natlxfactlou guar nntcoil salve me a trial References Kd M McOarty 1lnk Cottage Htock Farm titanford Ky a a FOR SALE I My furni of about Ml uore IK mile North llIolyWILotllfor wheat Want to sell at once Will Dull corn mid hay crop with place If taken Intho next days Ja u The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH Ii cnndlilate for lUiin ntntlv ot Lincoln onntv unhjict to the action qJ two ixiino ratio party I JT ROBERTS Ii n cnndldnto for MiiRlstrivU In the Ornb uliji ct to thuOrebnnl action bf the democratic pnri- yDomocratic Ticket For OonprtM HARVEY HELM r ot Lincoln county r THERE seems to be a contest on between Edgar Albright of the Mt Vernon Signal and Embry Richardson of the Danville News as to which can say the meanest things about Gov Beckham These gallant young knights of the tripod should remember that vin egar never catches flies and that the venting of spleen on fellow democrats is neither becoming in them nor helpful to the party of parties Go slow young men and dont let your zeal get the better of your judgment It is not impossible nor even improbale we think that Gov Beckham will be the nominee for U S Senator If you support him and of course you will you will have eat crow and we dont want to see you dine on such an unpalatable dish Be quiet young men and keep your heads cool WE desire without political purposes except to approve his righteousness to commend the cause of Gov J C W Beckham before the last session of our Legislature in his hearty support of the temperance measures that were before that body We also desire to ex press our appreciation of the sincere and earnest efforts he is making now to enforce the laws enacted for the regulation and support of the liquor traffic and the Sundayclosing law in the city of Louisville Resolution h passed by the Methodist conference at Central City COL W B HALDEMAN editor of the t Louisville Times was elected to suc Ideed Judge John M Lassing as a mem ber of the democratic State Central Committee the judge having resigned i when he accepted a scat on the appel late bench The members of the com theirkpTills is what Mr Bryan said when informed that William Randolph Hearst had been nominated for governor of New York I am much gratified at the nomination of Mr Hearst because I feel that he will make not only a strong race for the election but also a j good governor after his election Tim speech at Elkton of E T Franks one of the big republican guns of Ow cnsboro reads so much like those being c delivered by font Hays that one might conclude that they were prepared by the same man and the question is Who wrote the speech Boni or Franks 1 TilE ML Vernon Signal one of our most appreciated exchanges has just Itrounded out the 19th year of its useful new as a family paper If POLITICAL tIfhis present plans are carried out Roosevelt will take no part 1PresideJlt York gubernatorial cam t paign this year Mayor Dunne of Chicago was elect ed president of the League of American Municipalities at the closing session of the convention in Chicago James E Stone of Breckinridge county will be Prof M 0 Winfreys t running mate in his race for Superin tendednt of Public Instruction Mayor McClellan of New York gave t out a statement in which he said he would not vote for1 William R Hearst J Jforgovernor He will support the re of the State ticket W B OConnell candidate for clsrk of the Court of Appeals says he will not pay in his assessment in the primary until 15 days before the race is t pulled off refusing to comply with party rulesj t June W Gayle of Owenton who has a candidate for the Democratic Inomtnation for State Treasurer an withdrawal from the race leaving a clear field for his opponent Ruby Laffoon of Madisonville That the labor unions of New York t State would vote almost solidly for William R Hearst was the declaration made by Secretary Morrison of the l American Federation of Labor He said also that unorganized labor largely would support Hearst t j United States Senator Bailey and f r Hon M Crane of Dallas former At torney General and Lieutenant Gover nor of Texas will jointly debate the question as to the propriety of Senator Baileys course in connection with the readmteston of the Waterts Pierce Oil Company into Texas in 1900 after the old WatersPierce company had been ousted for violating the anti trust law- If at Houston The debate will Saturday Cootnr Bailey accept ntthechallenge qf the Houston Good J for a joint debate AI t Here and There IndicIIlls trial was set for next month At Greenup Frank Marshal shot him self through the heart in the same room where his wife was lying at tho point of death with consumption- In a Government report just issued the total number of pensioners in tho United States is 985971 or a decrease in the fiscal year ended Juno 30 of 13 300Too frequent use of the Xrays re tilting la a rupture of tho spleen and n lingo tumor caused the death of Charles H Lommel cashier of the Aurora Ind National Bank James B Forgan representing the newlyorganized Security Bank has purchased the building and fixtures of tho defunct Milwaukee Avenue State Dank of Chicago for 70000 Gas in large quantities has been found in Lee county and it is believed that a good grade of oil will be round deeper In other Kentucky fields there has been little doing during the last weekAttorney General Moody has ordered suit brought against a large number of railroads charged with violating the lawYcquiring tho uae of safety appliances No Kentucky road is named among the number Judge Frank Peak of the Henry cir cuit court decided that the Unit Bill is unconstitutional The case will be ap pealed and if the decision of the lower court is sustained a severe blow will be dealt the temperance people- PREACHERSVILE Miss Dora Blankcnship has been quite sick but is better Mrs Bettle Dy house is sick J Ii Kennedy is ill W H Cummins broken arm is mending slowly James D Anderson our clever assessor was in our midst Friday We stand corrected It was an average price of 75 and not 50 as we stated in our last report concerning the mules which J H Thompson purchased Corn is selling readily at 2 Quincy Naylor sold a sow and six pigs to J D Horton for 12 Gene Sutton of Indianapolis is with his sister Mrs M 0 Kennedy J L Hutchins and wife arc visiting in Knox county J T Blankenship of Knoxville spent a day witn his father Hen ry Blankenship Ho buried his youngest child in Buffalo cemetery Saturday Mrs Givens of Middlesboro chap tuned a crowd of young folks to DriP- ping Springs Sunday The following were among the number Dave Luns ford John Colson Robert Shaw Andy Davis John Hays Leslie Melvin and Franklin Spangler and Misses Rosa andI Mary Weyler Ruth Durham Bessie Smith Nera Croushorn Rachel Davis Roxie Spangler Mary Davis Bessie Spangler and Nan Davis Their dinner was spread in the airy dining halls fer which Old Dripping is famous Mr Spears Fisher is highly complimented by the belles and beaux for his kindness MATRIMONIAL Wilson Hays and Mrs Josie Lawrence each 65 years old were married at Lawrenceburg Ind Isaac Baker of Kirkwood Mo Miss Nellie Watson of Columbia Ky were married in SL Louis William A Johnson and Miss Laura B Cummins both of the East End were made one at Mr James F Cum mins on the 28th Rico G Woods cashier of the Rus sell Springs Bank and Miss Janie Field White of Madison county were mar ried at the St Asaph Hotel Sunday morning by Rev L M Omcr The groom is a son of Mr Ernest Woods of the Paint Lick section and a fine young man Ills bride is wilt pretty and popular CHURCH MATTERS Eld J G Livingston is engaged inn interesting meeting at Pine Grove Rev Buchanan has resigned as pastor of the Christian church at Middlesboro The Loyalist and Union factions of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Murfreesboro Tenn settled their differences by each agreeing to unite with the Southern Presbyterian Church Rev J T Delta of Keene Jessa mine county begun a protracted meet- Ing at the Baptist church Sunday and will preach each afternoon and evening until further notice Tho afternoon services begin at 3 oclock Rev Betts is a forcible pleasing speaker and a most courteous polished gentleman CotICoRNS CURED will pool lively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this greet preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Oscar Lewis and his team drowned while attempting to cross a swoolon stream in Washington county IT has raiaedfor a solid week and the end 5a not yet m sight i I Result of Neglect In most cases consumption results from a neglected or improperly treated cold Foloys Honey and Tar cures the must obstinate coughs and pro vents serious results Ii costs you no more than tho unknown prepara tions and you should Insist upon hav leg the genuine In the yellow package Pennys Drug Store After having fatally shot his four yearold playmate Russell Malloy with a rifle the two had found in a box in a stable William Hanghian seven years old tried to commit suicide by cutting his throat with a small knife at Central City Blue Grass Farm For Sale I denim to kfll prlvatvly my farm of innurm in the iYa Mint fronting on tho liniuKlUKc and uvoiuii t from Jlusuiiivllli Kami III tXooIIlIt mull 01 mmiVHUOti liniiiovttinrnu InrimUii good rvkldvnvv 01 alX rooiiimiim In gotHir i iirtwouxtrn good IUOR mint iwnciig in siuoudld condition Knriu nun 1101r lulling wniur uistwu ut rrY littnov HIM iMrn Kuriii will ut bold on ny KTIIH nmor vvrttr to lilt ul oianlonl IIeKlanayKy i1U11tUuItAt- ANPUBLIC SALE I I SlurryJIInrthe power totnttrreo upon lllr by ihu win 01 lovttiirlx win otter HI ptiuiio unction tract in iilxmi IBH nrrm ol rirn last In thl kutiurotul Jhuwavnletying on Ut JIlior ty pun un MArUiUtAf uiivrniMin lit CIOCK Octotwr MA Mtriiin on IIIIS 01 war KUWAIU AUKMtN KJTr Mary Jour Huffman dnM k11J1I UitMitfiitr Auct Marshals Sale for Taxes On Saturday Oct 6 J906 I win Iwtwwn tuo bout of a o cluck AItad OUIOOK K Hy in urwo Linden Ky vit ul puuuc outer to tm liigiu t mm inwt oiddur for enbn in naiulitiv loilowiuti IUIs or ku niuili us will Hiy tmirreu cult pon shy A a nut iNiyin ni urc nude the nuiium will uuappvur more J NI rtt Del lumiMy V if lit J U rtllimK 3furImtviOnlhUral- lardPUBLIC SALE I UuvliiB rvnlvd out my III rill lid dvoldcd to lull iiiriiniiKi i win usi- T11U1tMUtYUtriIM uw bull my personal propurty cumuilng of one uUgijy iiiarv i ugm niuio 2 jounfeur muitxt i IUIIH yvMrniiKi tMoj vuroui iiuia inure muiti u jrarilug ktiirn 2 UI lulier cuiVcK I Ioiieu Aiigu out uroutl 4wi goal ifrTiiig niuurr t god munurkuiiaoiiuoiii moMvr Hirl ol UMI 01 uiiicKiinliii looii lot 01 oiu iron I Knuler curt J iiuiigyiuueciCioMurvorii pluutvr i wilful uriu i Hue narrow i liouoiu A liar owl J iiicKVicvueimer wnrul CrtII- ut 01 corn orKUUiu lor leeo hug boa cal i cuugaeteu ui kiivvrware lot 01 geor i gout um mcHory wugon mm good nut 01 wugoil luiruvM i Wise oifur UM aoout tug utinptiuooiu fortune llmniel r iKaty organ loi 01 IIOUMHIOUI mid unction turns lure tot 01 stoic rnu Inrm on winch this aalu will bu innite la two iiilien rut ol hminonl linmtillaluiy on me uosnen inks W r AJ luN- ool J unaiidur Auct PUBLIC SALE Of Land Stock and Crop 1Ia nlgdecldedtuqultnrndngi will on jrnuiwiiAYocrr ls nee offer my farm of IrOaoren turuilo If not au hI privately Iwiore ultiniled IJj tnlleii from dCKlainey all the StIOdlelxssK pike to the hiKhetl inuder Forty acrv in cultivation uiiancv In graft The turn U In good slide of cultivation the Improvvmentiiconklitof n kuohtantlal brick houkeof klx room up wr and lower hull lurgeiitock burn a box lulu driveway In center and Ut d ont nch litIe Miry oullmlldlngn Ihutuck anuhItofpair of mule lyvarioid lea hatuU high 2 roost iiiaren mare mule cuss hor u cult kplendld hiSiii hot hy Naboth a milk u stock we Inrmlng tmpleinenti of nUk nd corn cal nod buy will take pRiisurt Inillowlllg the farm to any one wlihing to buy Ixloni sissy ot ale Hale lU commence promptly ut 10 oclock TW WAIMH McKInney Ky dipt T n Kngllili Anct BY SPECIAL REQUEST Dr G Goldstein will visit Stan ford Monday Oct 8 one day onlyat the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Ky The value of perfectly fitted glasses with regard to health can not be over estimated Their effect upon the ner vous system is directuiul through this indirectly upon the entire organism A few of the troubles which result directly in this particular are Neu ralgia Sick Headache soul Nervous ProstrationA tt11ke is made by most people iu putting oil the use of spec tacles too long The oldadvice Dont begin specs till you have to has done a world of harm Anyone can by straining and squinting and looking sharp go for along time without spectacles but he is sowing the seed of destruction in his eyes Consult Dr Goldstein Scientific examinations of the eyes free of enlarge Office hours from 10 A M to 3 1lt the St Asaph Hotel Will be in Stanford for one dayonlyMon day Oct 8n Small Blue Grass Farm for RentIAlxnit lro acre mile front courthouse Imlf mile front School Klrntelnn cistern nncl nil necessary outbuilding Jowl pond 62 norrs for wheat toad ret In gran Apply toll r It SL loodlcnlght Stanford Ky or w e Mm WH June nt her rmtaur- lint Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Jlllvln IllIhrmfnNl to quit fnrlllllllll 1sell prltntely ill farm ot u nlrH neat Morelandon theUHltnllrollllIlIIlhlrolll Ihutvllle24 mlleK from MiiKKiiivlllv iltuated on pike Crop tunlt of cure hay nod until toek Jinnetii Jack lionen brood mare Will sell at u luirsaln If I find n buyer In the next aior w days U H KINfl Morvlnmt Ky PUBLIC SALE of n Lincoln County Hlu lima grin AH nuont mil nttorm y In net for tlw ln lr of A 1lhrlhuu4 dwnMNl I will on HATUIIDAYOtYFelln at the dwelling liouw on the iirunlMt lI4 ur MortMnwi In Lincoln winnty 1 at imlsllu auction to the bluliMt Wddvr the FtltM of olUK9 on which Multi Il1rlo iniiii rmldtnl nt bin ilcntli TIlt turn err U lrMbl onll IIIH U In n a h of lulU hlllHOlIhcrtlFOOttrHUlIMlnc it wile KIVAltl IoOHN AlJtBl Cal J r OtmiKllvr Auot To Kcduca My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during the month of August roll at a discount all FRAMES ETC nUll give the Ktnie guarantee of sit Ufaotion us before OHico over Me Roberts Drug Store U to 12 A i 130 to 4 P JL W N Craig Stanf- ordNOTICE A Valuable Lincoln Co Hue Grass Farm for Salt On MONDAY XT IS neit on the we tIl8011 ul public outcry our larmkltuatedon the 1t N Itullroad the minord A Crab Orchard pike twu nnlek trout Irub Orchard d pot mid K mile from VdarUrevk Htutlon known n lht Kphrnlm Ieiinlnttlon Iioinentnitl end outatning clout ri6 acre on which Ik n twoitory bricK renldenrv with a room slid well watered THItMH The land will Iw cold by the acre to In iikcertalnod actual survey one third cash In hand remainder In equal y ment due tn lt and month with n cent Intereiit Swat let hut until paid Note negotiable and jMiyable In Lincoln Uouiity National Hank sit All n tot retained for deferred IwVIUMilK all the laud on North side of railroad nlxiut in acrefi wilt U unwell keparate slid then nil Mouth of railroad nn which u the brick res idence The farm will then lie unvrlsl as a whole thnt bid or hldv ofTerlnK the blghent price will be accepted Hale to begin nt Id oclock AM Hnlllu IViinliiRtou Iucle Hlniileton Kphrulm IVnnlngton Jennie IVnnlngton heir melrwatat I PRESCRIPTIONSl I THREE Honesty THINGS I Accuracy Intelligence are a part of every prescription we fill does not write them down with the other ingredients because of it tacit understanding that they are to go in ulwayH and he knOws they WILL go in when you bring his order to UB I Stanford DrUjjCov Wfao r PUBLIC SALE will tell lit talu ut my place miles Went ol HiulonvlIlK nod ono Stifle trout Carpenter Htntlon on TUl ItYOCT S110I II lot of farming Implement namely Me Cormlck mower new Improved Me Uormlck rake lOhamplon mower ton w 51gnl1 good two hore wagon bug r t Oliver Chilled HingleIlowalIIX Corn hiltHut of FenclIigTool Pole Jouehohl uillUKh at Wrrtmlrg51nIVolauddleStursc Ilegaster II slew oual Whitelot of Ixtghorn Chicken Uuhhm tynhdottus KrmpH trnln extra large Narrnganett Turkcy Hein weighing fnftnzo to at pounds Gobbler from 9S to 40 A nice lot of White Ferrets bred especially for rat hunt Ing lint broil brood mature lino iycurold colt Hequel M2 by IrospeetiSiHO by Dlgnl lain Ilhick I4qulrrulEMq14IIKrgIster111neyenrlingFitly uusre hfaotiohtullleItsfaracnu ass traced on Iwthldes One el old J I yeast old mare Mule hinds high pulr of aged lIIuJl hands Incites high gnine good workrRll IICIts or years oltl- by Ton Ktell nm JlrlllIl1l1ntd clftm Pnni rUII1 now rubber tired Murphys- muike Hten bend of Iunull cnllo 2 milk of Imlod hay farm of lhi acres nil In graii mid a and as win bu found In the country Ilnotoooccllnntl hemp lirnd well watered two dwelling houses three stock barnl1 extra tobacco tenant house If not sold will rent prlvsilely JOHN BTKKIK OARIKNTKH lluitonvllle Ky r o 4 t- UNKS U R Zinc and Canvas Size 28 Inches Price 150 tot1000 1 SUIT 1GIISES T 4- 4N 1 tI Ladies Japanese Straw Mens Brown ande Tan Leather 350 500 700 4 and 1000 Hand Bags 1214 16 and 18 inches Black or Tan Leather 2 350 5 and 650 TELESCOPES All Sizes 50c to 125 HiJ McROBBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY wvsvr4 WYribd STATIONERY We have just received a new assortment of Stationery All the latest styles in Box Paper Tablets and Envelopes Box Paper 5c to 100 Tablets 5c to 25 Cents Envelopes 5 and lOc PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln County national BanklOf Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS = u OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS 4 J B OW8LKY Stanford H BIUNKO Stanford 0 W CARTER TurncriTtlle W H OUMiiiMti IroachoriYllle L 0 GOOd Wajoetburg l W It TKAYIX Qllb ru Creek L Boast Lancaiter W 0 WALKKU Stanford +JB KOTER Stanford W II BIIANKH Stanford J n PAXTON BtaorordiWe findIIlInkI1I1I11consistent with sure bunking Modern Hnfvty Itepoill hose In our vnult for use of our OUltomenfFirst National BankStanford ICy I Capital Stock SSOOOOi Thlelnstltntlonwsorlginsll eitablUhtd at the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1181 then reorganised ai the National Bank of Btsoford In 1866 sad again reorgsnlied at tbe Pint National Baik of Stanford la till his lug hid practically an uninter rutted ailiteice for ti year It It better applied now with facilities for traoiaet promptlylLnd well than ever before In lt long honorable career Accounts of IDdlyldulllFJducllrlli and Cir ytrrttens SctcUcd Offlorzn J HOOKER Prtit iJf Directors I 1JK L Tanner IIi D EJioore Stanford tN StanfordT j Jai Bobinion RubbleI BsuxhmanBtanfotd4J I OK Tate Stanford 1 t STANFOnD Ky t1r 2 1900 1 LHT us order you some engrave culling cards the latei ijtyloa Pannyi DrugMoro b t y PERSONALS yhiw to Uw wife of Diem Cooch a dnushtor Mil W 0 SrBRD spent yesterday r ulavlue lRiV M DRIOIIT spent toil week In LouttrillMIW W lilT II with MU Vcr t vran friwxl male JOHN Bnlmir Jn Is olarkfni for George D hopper Mn Lwciav DUNN loft Saturday lor Illlnoif with a view to locating HAKKY V STAGO of Knoxvlllc with his mother and sisters here J N IAtttOtra agent at delay was down to see hb mother Sunday MILs P W LOGAN of COrbtn i with the family of Mr J S Ilockor MIL AND MRS D J SMITH of Gil borta Creek arc vlaUlnjj at LeRoy III MRS J S niCE returned Sunday from a visit to her mother ntCnvo City Mn A IINUNNHUKY the Text drummer is with the homofolks here HON G M DAVISON of Covlngton spent Sunday with his homofolks here Mn C E Cox wife and children arrived yturday to mako their horn hereMiss FURN IOWRRS und Mr J I Goodc of Hustonvlllc were hero yet tcrday Mn I II SToNy spent lost week al Pcrryville working on Prowitta Hour Ing mill Mos A Annuls of Crab Orchard was on Fridays train returning fron LouisvilleMR M GooDNtcirr and Dnvy Goodnight spent several days at Oral Orchard Springs MIt HonBRT C SAiimnr of Somer set spent Sunday with his mother Mrs J C McClary SAN SnvHUANcn who has been with his brother Will Severance returned to Louisville yesterday MissKfl PAUUNR AND MARGARET f HOCKEK spent several days with their It grandfather in Garrard MRS HODMAN KKENON is spending n tow days with her sister in Louis villc Frankfort Journal MRS S M ALLEN and children oC Mlllcrsburg are here with her parents Mr and Mrs E P Woods 1 Miss EsTliKn BURCll has returned to Marion Ala where she will teach p another year In the Seminary MR Lucius PERKINS of Garrard took Fridays train for Hot Springs tq try and rid himself of rheumatism Miss GEORGIA LEWIS who la teach- Ing at Crab Orchard spent Saturday and Sunday with ilia homefolks hero lION W J PRICE of Danville and Mr John M Palmer of Orlando Fla were hero Saturday on legal business Bay L M OMKR and wife Mrs L I B Cook and Mr W A Fowloattc1yled- the Christian convention in Louisville MR WALTKR O HorrEti has been given a position as teacher of Latin and history In the High School of Mt Ster l linglION J DL ALVERSON and Willie ptHannonepentSundayatChattarloogaA Lookout Mountain Miss ZELLA little daughter of Mr and Mrs M G Ueynolds of Waynes burg who has been Ill with typhoid fever is rapidly convalescing f MESSRS SAM ROBINSON Sam Levi Goldstein went to Louis tan and Sam villa Saturday to celebrate Yom Kippur + mint or the Jewish national Day at Atone and daughterMits J W Alcorm Miss KathcrinS Alcorn of Stanford been spending the week at Who have The Seelbach returned home lost night t Courier Journal S McKINNEY and daughter reSd Uo their homo at UfoIIjltj after a i q Tenn yesterday WO Speed Mrs Mary C Hocker returned with here Mias COOPER FKLAN has gone to Santa Fe N M to take a position as teacher In the D D there Miss f offered her to Poland had five positions I teach in owl Institutions of this place was MR C E TATE t elected treasurer of the State Sunday SchooAssociati which met in Louts Hume Logan oft vllto last or Mrs James IIuncleI ls lne an BanginjInl of this place was made l p1eltident r tA Supplement anelaas We hvo Giipplomontcil our already Inrgo stock with rcccut purchases of tho most sought for goodp nt present We arc showing new Plaid Ginj hnms 10 to SOc Pluhl Wooani 25o to 8100 Plaid Silks 7Cc to 8100 Now similes of Hrown in Panamas anil Broad Clothe New Stripe and Polkn Dot Purcnle Dozens of other items to much in demand anti fco scarce we have just received and want to show you SEVERANCE SON STANFORD MRS WILLIAM WARREN continue very sick MRS S M SAUFLBY of Frankfor Is with her parents hero MRS W n McKotiBrtTH and Mis Nellie McIloborU wont to Iouisvll yesterdayMu H TKAYLOK will iotonaUle Creek Midi today with tho hope or benefiting hlr health MB sns C It MCDOWELL and C c Bajby of Danville wore here ycste day on legal business MR J C nAIL took charge of the Crab Orchard Banking Co as its cash ler yesterday W H MBRSIION has given up his JlO Bitlon as night policeman und is now looking after the K C train which la8 here over night MBSHRS J It AND S G HASEUJBN of Lancaster wore hero yesterday and loft tho advertisement of the Hagai Gasoline Engine Co which nppcar elsewhere Muss LILLIK EADS won third prize In n word contest given by the Monteno groUeihtn Music Co Louisville The prizo is worth ViO on any piano mado by that company Miss Ends will sell the certificate at half its value LOCALS WILL have our Fall opening Saturday Oit Clh Misses VaiDcvocr KKCISTFU today you can voto In tho November election and primary D D CARTER tho liveryman had a good mare to die of colic tits other day WANTED To buy a few shares or First National Bank stock Apply at this office IF yon want something good to cat try some of thoso fresh cakes at Mrs W S Jones New line of cooking stoves and rang es just received Call and inspect Hughes Singleton ATTEND the sale John Carpenter in tho West End today See in another column what he will dispose of JACK infant son of Mr and Mrs It L Albright of Rowland died yesterday The little fellow was only abou six weeks old THE Woodstock Wnyncsburg Tele phone Co is up and in operation Vice president M G Reynolds who was here yesterday told us TilE members of the Christian church at Turncravillo will sell their old orga at auction In front of the church at 3 oclock Saturday afternoon Oct C TIlE Preachcrsvillc Ky man who was butted by a calf and put out or business temporarily can probably sym pathize with one Joseph Gans Louis ville Post CIRCU3 McDonald hires great wagon circus will exhibit hero next Friday Oct 5 The tent wil bo pitched on the Carson lot See bills for particulars Miss ALICE WHITE the Moreland illliner will have her opening of fall and winter hats bonnets etc In her rooms over Hunn CofTeya store on Wednesday and Thursday next Oct 3 and 4 The ladles are cordially invited to call and see tho beautifuldisplay As much as he thought of his dogs jlcdsoo Bailey would not keep them af ter ho found that they killed sheep Ills two fine pointers got into Mr E T iencoa sheep Sunday and killed and voumded several Mr Bailey did the right thing yesterday by turning them over to Mr Pence to put to death Ton midshipmen of 1908 of tho United States Naval Academy hold their annual banquet last evening In the ball room r the New Willard hero were 95 midshipmen present R C Saul1or Stanford Ky responded to the toast Tho Fellows Washington dispatch to Louisville Times THE county convention hero Saturday b select delegates to tho republican longressional convention at Lawrence urg Thursday was the shortest en re cord not more than five minutes being aken up with tho work Thirtytwo legates and alternates warp selected and they will go uninstructed From all indications Frank P James ofHarr- isburg will bo chosen as the lamb for slaughter FINE line of harness and saddles just- In J C McClary Foil SALE Five room cottage on Whitley Avenue E D Peyton MY stock of winter lap robes is i Call and see thorn J C McClary DONT fail to register today Cant vote in November unless you register FOR SALRS hind surrey In first alass shape Will soH chonp Dr W H OBannon OF course you arc going to the circu Friday McDonald Bros groat walton shows will bo hero that day Too soda water season is over but prottIus MR WILLIAM BRYAN excursion agent of the L N with headquarter at Russollvillc was here yesterday ad vertising the cheap excursion to Man moth Cave Friday A REruiiLiCAN politician who has taken a survey of the political situation told us Saturday that he thought the race between McCreary and neck ham would be mighty close were the pri mary to come ofT now 1 thought some weeks ago McCreary had a walkover he said but Bcckham is gaining rapid ly he added Miss NANNIE BAKHUK who has achieved a national reputation as Impersonator and dialect reader will givi an entertainment at the Graded School Auditorium Friday evening Oct 12 Miss Barbces impersonation ofold time Negro character is realistic and charm- Ing and a delightful evening is assured She will appear under management or the Ladies Literary Club and every body should hear her Further notice later HOUSES are in great demand at McKinney said Cashier 11 C Baugh man of tho McKinney Deposit Hank the other day Every house in tho town Is occupied and I know of a num ber of families that would move to McKinney if they could get houses to live In he added Tho overall factory t be started there by Messrs Rud Mc- Cormack and Jason Taylor the McKinney Woolen Mills the McKinney Canning Co and the McKinney Holler Mill and tho lumber industry have brough a number of people to the West End town and it is a pity that others who would locate there cant find shelter Our monied people would do a good deed as well as make n good Investment by buying land there und putting up a dozen or so cottages Seems to us it would pay better than letting money lie Idiom banks TilE BELLEAOF TilE BLUE GRASS COUNTRY by Crs II I Pittman of- St Louis is a charming love story lautlfully told It is a book of some 400 pages and every paragraph of it is lullof interest Tho scene is that part oC the country between High Bridge and Hatrodsburg and tho time just af cr the civil war The old time Virgin la Negro is an interesting character in Ole pretty story and the dialect of his race is particularly good Tho book also contains some valnable history and together it is a fine contribution to the literary world The authoress is a sister of Mrs William Warren of Doyle and like her is a most talented woman If you have not read The lello of the Blue Grass Country ire a copy from your newsdealer and give it a perusal It will bo time prof tably and pleasantly spent FARMERS INSTITUTEReprcsenln tlve W D Claybrooke of Washington county was here yesterday advertising for the Farmers Institute which will be held at tho courthouse hero Monday Tuesday next Oct 8 and 9 The Institute will bo conducted by representatives of Commissioner of Agricul ture Hubert Vreeland There will be three lecturers and Prof Davis of In diann will discourse on The Selection and Caro or Seed Corn Preparing Seed Beds and Growing Corn and Maintaining Soil Fertility Prof Miller of Ohio will havo as his subjects Economic Pork Production Diseases of Animals and their Treatment and Feeds and Seeding The third lecturer has not been chosen yet We hope our farmer friends will take an Interest in tho Institute and that as many as possible will attend the sessions of It YMM A Bargain in Ladies Sulfa Wo picked up 25 twits at about half price They are cntons anti thrcoquartor length in till Colors and inixtuto They are worth up to 825 You can tako any at 87CO If you want n good staple suit at tho price of n skirt oomo quick and got one of these SHE those all whlto granite baking pans at George Farris TUB L N has notified the authorities at Jellico that building ma terial of all kinds will bo carried free by that company for those who suffered by the explosion and want to rebuild PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ClfUUTI ouJ UniiAtftlM hilt ln inovf a ud Vrvrr P4IU to UrttSn any Ilir to fu Youthfnl Cuxi iliwur It to nioo1U1 DnirrUu Trees Plants Vines Our rn rnlcntnliiii of Fruit ami OrlI UnitVlrwoate is nuw n my UII 1I11118t101l ttt III ploy no Bltuts but sell dtrct to tilt plants II V IUIIKNMKYKIlihONS Lexington Ky NOTICE I Lincoln Circuit Court I II Florence nmulmr plnlntllT v Oeo H Iiittxiiii itlmjUl I iiinlit order Tit 0 Inlu or rvu If 1lIt I deceuedarionlurwl to irctiit to IIII Ih r ubtllns ugnlnsl Nlltl estate prnjsrl Iron on or before Nov h4i liilini not wltlilu tin tlinv mentioned wll not Iwnllowwt OEO U SAUFLEV M C L C C OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Wlilti Mill 1115 thoroughly rcnovutol und Ii now In tine condition to make tin Ixnt ol flour uiHiiljftr uftoin Krindlng dniu on Friday Will grind for the tofnu rurmvriy itv oh n trlul Vf NIl Int Prop Crab Orchard Ky FARM FOR SALE I The lama of the lute John Ililnicr It for ode lUll the un U nlRiuU will tnkn plolur11I IhowlnK It to any ono dedrlnR to pureluico The farm contains hors nUll In In Onrnird county1v lunr Point Itmvt Il Oil the Itlchmond A let plkenod It liiiililnhitiitiof iiiltlvntlon Any om having clnlmi nunlunt sold Ilil nmIrs stab will Iont tlHin to nil or my ntlurnoyII1tnikerproprrly proven J W 1AIMKU Executor PUBLIC SALE I wmon- HATUKUAYOCT the riinnlnilfrof my hou chold and kitchen furniture which con tta of three twditvad with spring ninUrufnn inmrblo top wash atlllllhI hut rnck3 goal Ilru eli cnrlwI good brut av stuvts II good vlnilrit three of them rockers right d ly c tIt ndnr clock 2 nand tables y lounpiH M yuriU goal rllg carpet W ynrdi niiittlnn hnd ninny otbe thliiKM Rood nnd useful These things Rrt the Ist of my property Nile rumiiivnrr at oclock AM KKtHKJJWIIUAMH McKinniv Ky Ideal CropStock or Dairy Farm ForSnle By WT Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky acres nt IturRln Kycorm rliiKontwo plkiii nice renlilence Huge tolmcco burn tock iMirn with dairy nimrtnivnt other bulUlliiK flowing water cistern fruit grow crops wheat loUicco hemp corn clover gnus Lays line and produce well Owner him vown acres wheat gas with ale nod worth S1UII SIOOII aero buys this splendid proiHTty on account of owner wanting n thrill two liounes tillable for lie and hU brother Kxcluingv If miltahlei Have many other properties for Mile Write hi- ePUBLIC SALE I of Land Stock Crop Farm Ing Implements and Household Coods will offer for sale to tho hlgheit blddcron Kill iAYOIIT1 nn the prvmUvii the Jim Walker Olviin grill or Uliicivt of good blue gales land InK tulle Wet or lClnniiv fronting on Iilu lJInclnllRtI I4outbenl Jmll rOIll llkIt Is elllmprOII1I00l11Ubtlllltlnl imlldlnv sat lundrid or acres now In gram nn ibundnncc trf neverfulling water At the unto Unto I will sill two aged work mules free goad steers I two enr old bull row tnduilf l1 buthrlf of wheat In In the shock a lot 01 farming riiidfntiierlweloekdiiurretlhan gootUaml elln a rhe turn If nut sold to thuI ilnheot bidder for the year 1W7 Ternu undo known on of tale tDW AUIl umns Agent of JII ihlrktr had PUBLIC SAME I I will sell at action at my home 1X tulles East of Htanford and Ill miles from Walnut Klut on HUN fDA Y OUT 01 TJlo kao Iiig described property Ono leutlng itoviyi parlor organ roost sewtn rocking tllblllotragon harness what corn dwelt rowut I cernlbelh cutting lx iliso- vrrow1 flit crusher I big 1I10wleullhtoll fchov 1 plows low gear and u number of other arming Implement good work horse IIUllllbio t lilly falilly 11ntre milk cow mrretofTippIelvTiicgnrViot of slAUgle etc 100IIe stock hOInmle known on l1y of Isle Knit wiUbegln promptly lit 8 oclock A JT RINrAMA1t Col JP OunndlVrjAuct SCHOOL CLOTHES FOR BOYS must be stoutly constructed else they will not stand Foot Ball c Boys should j have plenty exercise so buy them clothes that will stand the test of hard wear Our Perfection Clothes are just the kind for boys They will stand rough and tumble wear Suits all sizes from 3 years to 20 years Prices 150 to 15 Let us clothe your boy 1 CUMMINSMCLARY STANFORD KY f T- SrOIRLI Your attention is called to two of our LEADERSI ever shown in Stanford Our yardwide Guaranteed Black Taffeta Silk at1 per yard Regular 125 value A 52inch wide Mohair in Blue and Black at 50c per yard This is decidedly the best value for the money that Stanford has ever of fered to the public The rest of our line of Dry Goods Notions Shoes Et is equally strong You are cordially invited to give us a call t L M RUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY t J S e Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice al Stanford U eMdclU1 matte- rIv7Ltlrur TunnuAYH AND vmnw AT 5100 PER YEAR CASK 1111ken not so paid K00 will be charged For Sale Privately My house acresofland iltunto jest outside D town limits on the Bomerse iIks souse has 7 rooms kitchen and tor 7BlR room good cellar liable and al secvtuary outbuildings Water hydrant li s ko jard and one for lLock- J P DAILSY A S PRICESu- rgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mcltoberts Drug Store in the Owaloy Building Jesse W Sweeney raorallrion Livery Feed and Salo Static Lancaster Ky EOTKS wellfed and cared for Up to r date rigs at reasonable rates j INSURANCE 11re LIghtnIng Wlnd810rmlLift and andono utAccidentt llepresontfd LoweAIoi bl Rate Guaranteed 1iolnglUO rfltUlwqunlled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence 1hone No 82 BDCARTBRSuccessor to Bruce Carter livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Bipedal attention to Commorcial Men Your patronage is tolicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection l Two Farms For Sale J 1 with to suit privately my arm of 170 uru1 miles West on the Laxs lacton pike It Is Veil Improved and hn plenty ot water and tlmUr fenced and In good repulr Also an unimproved faun of acres lying midway between Lancaster and IA- Son pikes Good outlet ench wny Well saeed TVrim nuuoimblo TIHKHHINO Slatkibury Ky Give Me Your Order 1 Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing hnn there In the of high- eadereadytnadusuttanndaultmade to yoni tailor meaftulJl1en 1 base n handiomu line Hprlng and Boomer goods I can make front n low price business suit to the tlnent droll suit Also YercouU trousers and fancy vests The company t represent atone of the best H O RUPLEY the Tailor LAND FOR SALE Will a privately ail acres of lino farming ftuid turned one front Lancaster on iMXlngton plkealMiut lu acres In town lim Its About lS5iurw In rultlratlon rest In grass Alllindor good fence and hits plenty Dwelling house Is outmlldfngnPbmesslon all and dwelling llrst year 1should IK seen to Ui appreciated Hlnce the U enforcing the lams In tlio vicinity of Lancaster hits advanced rap idly In i rlr niid good property U In are dumontl W II Moss administrator It M alaas Lancaster Ky i e 1teeaT Undertaker Embalmer and- S Dealer in HarneeaSaddlery Lit l STANFORD KENTUCKY r omce Phone 167 Home Plow 33 rr J L Beazley Co i i Undertakers and Embalm an Also Dealers in Fur ahure MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Shea a Call Prices Right VTI STANFORD KENTUCKY o o FARMERS DEPARTMENT New corn Is selling at 2 in Bourbon cojintyE Pence had several sheep killed by dogs Sunday FOR SALE18 good calves II G Lutes Stanford Sid Myers bought of Mr Gray a pair of mules for 270 James McKechnlc sold to John Robinson 33 sheep at 5 0 P Huffman bought of J L Beazley 15 heifers at 3c Booker Wilkinson bought of J C Reid 31 heifers at about 3c Robinson McKechnio sold 100 mix 1ed sheep to J C Johnson at tic to 4c FOR SALE75 one and twoyearo cattle G A Morgan Spaney Gar rard county Ky H G Lutes bought of R C Hocker 40 shoats at Sic and some butcher stull of Isaac Bowman at 2Jc FOR SALE145 ewes one to five years old and three Southdown buck B F Robinson Lancaster A good crowd attended S A Ganns eafb near McKmney Saturday and satisfactory prices were realized C T Wilhite of Pulaski sold to Jrn Robinson five steers at 2Jc and a pair of mules to S W Moss for 130 D J Smith has sold to Elijah Myi ado his 100acre farm near Crab Orchard Mr Myracle is from Bell county The large tobacco barn belonging to J M BIgstafT Montgomery county burned together with 5000 pounds of tobaccoCharles Lutes sold to Simon Weil ofI Fayette 211 1300 to 1450 export catI tie at 4Jc to 465 to go in November Jr Lutes bought them in this countyI Fowler Bros of Hardin county ship ted five carloads of cattle from Versailles to the East The cattle were all in Woodford at a little better han five cents and averaged 1500 Ibs J F Cook Co received by th White Star Line per steamer Georgic me of the finest and largest importations of Cattalon and Majoric jacks hat have ever been brought to the Jnited States They were shipped by express from New York City and arriv d in good shape at their farm at Lexington A number of them are premium winners They were selectad by F Cook who spent two months in 3attaidn and MajoricFarmers Homo JournalAt sale of the personal property if the late Thos Gentry a large crowd was present notwithstanding the inclement weather Capt T D English officiated Good prices were obtainer on everything put up Mack Hughes paid 225 for a fancy roadster pail yearling mules brought 300 one yearling mule brought 100 Feeding cattle sold for 4350 per head and yearling iteers brought 2650 milch cows Drought from 30 to5J one mule colt sold for 123 corn brought 150 pew hock Advocate Wounds Bruises and Burns By applying an antiseptic dressing to wounds bruises burns and like Injuries before Inflammation sets inthej nay be healed without maturation and In about onethird the time required bj tho old treatment This is the great cst discovery and triumph of inoderr lurgory Chamberlains Pain Balm tats on this samo principle It is ar mtisoptic and when applied to suet injuries causes thorn to heal verj quickly It also allays the pain ant soreness and prevents any danger of flood poisoning Keep a bottle of Pain Balm In your home and It wll avo you time and money not to men ion the inconvenience and suITorln such injuries entail For sale bj Stanford Drug Co Sundays dispatches from the gulf oast show that the storm caused mor deaths than has been thought In ant sear Mobile the number is 125 while 18 are known to be dead in the vicinity of New Orleans Property losses are also mounting higher the damage to pine timber alone being placed at 10 00000 Danger from the Plague Theres grave danger from the ilajruo of Coughs and Colds that are 80 prevalent unless you take Dr dogs New Discovery for Consump LIon Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living In climates bore coughs and colds prevail I lind it quickly ends them It prevents neumonla cures LaG rippe gives pnderful relief in Asthma and Hay ever and makes weak lungs tough to ward oil Consumptltn- Coulrhs and Colds 50o and 81 Guar steed by Pennys Drug Store Stan ford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard frlill bottle free KnickerBryan says a concern is trust when it controls more thanhnlft- he outputs Bocker Then my wife is a trust with- y salary New York Sun Foloys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and expels the- cold from the system as it is mildly laxative It Is guaranteed Do not risk taking any but the genuine In the yellow package Pennys Drug Store J Benjamin Birdsell president of- the Birdsell Manufacturing Co is dead at South Bend Ind l L A Card This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foleys Honey anti Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine Is In a yellow package Hcfuso substitutes Pennys Drug Store WinksMost divorces are caused by a very common mistake JinksWhat is it WinksMany a man in love only with a dimple or a cur makes tho mistake of marrying the whole girl A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman Is quickly out of pain if Duck lens Arnica Salvo Is applied promptly G J Welch of Tekonsha Mich says I use it in my fatnll for cuts sores and all skin Injuries and field it perfect Quickest Pile cure known Best healing salve made 25c at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard A M Earl a prominent republican of Harrison county is dead FARM FOR SALE armwill niter for snlo my of wit acres loontitl miles West of Nlchotnivllle In Jessnndne county TIIIUOAYTI IWrt The land Is In n high ntnt of cultivation mining waiter entire length of farm the iiiurovtinpntsnrt two tonnnt houioi Iwo Iock hunts two tobiicro learns it goal road lour the churches shops stores and rural ninths TKHMH Oiutiilnl cnh Imlitnie In ima 8 yt nfll nt 8 JKT runt interest on tho lit erreduynaentaand loin retained on luntt At same time lot ot stock crops ind fnrniliiK nnldentenls Any line wishin- ga see the furni cnn coon to Nlcholnvlllf mil call etc liy phony O V THOtTMAX Nlcliolmvlllo Ky Webers Jr POSTED 1Pe whose tinnics oppeor below strictly orlIU liuiitliiK tubing or klllli of tnwill iitt ilnK on our pliuox and prowouto vl olnton to the full extent of the law Furl VoiiOruonlgnn UclclitMiimoh Urns Fart VonAllmitn A Von1rn nlunn- Knil llnunmnn Uiortte llolmos hi huh JlfntlnnuliMnMilnydenw lIhrll1nlflmillnIOlirltlnit Omyson JIlnrpluten Jnrobloswetn Htunnnnterom JtrsMJAshlock O O lover Kr nt Ilnmlorf NOTICEOur mode of advertising Diffees Liquid Soap is to Give Every Fami ly a Sample Free to teat its merits and at our expense We ask you nut to condemn lu with out n trial Wo claim that tliu is not only A LABOR SAVER but clothes washed in DIFFKES SOAP wilt lust 20 cent longer its there is no 11111111111111Cfluircd and sUively nut injurious to the fabric For Scrubbinguud Removing Grew Spots it has no ejunl tintl will wash in hard water name ns soft Ronicin her FUEK to ALL Dont condemn us without a trial For further infor mitt ion RO the under8igne vw J F Cash Gen Mgr Lincoln Co Trade Mark Registered Will bo nt McKinney for thtf next three wenks I want It jmrtncr with omo money Good investment ODD PANTSlt Our assortment is now com plete The Fabrics Styles and Workmanship are of the high est class There is a host of styles to select from Prices from 150 to 500 a pair o W E Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky Ife TrotsLEXINGTON OCTOBER 213 FamousBaad Daily GrandConcerts 21000 Futurity Oct 2 Great 200 Pace Oct 10 5000 Transylvania Oct 4 43000 Walnut Hall CupOct8 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct 9 ONE OR MORE STAKES DAILY Half Fare on All Railroad Say dont you think this Shower Bath would be fine on a hot Summer day I would like to give you fig ures on a bath room complete Hot and cold water put in your country home at 100 to 500 guaranteedSatisfactionI S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber I r e h OWING TO THE IN ann aSM In our Uiisinoss uiul the Dcinnnd for llighGrade Goods wolmvo Bought the Famous 4r 1forter 1906and J 1907 1 The Models of which nrc ready for your JmpectioD nt Sam Robinsons Next Door to the Lincoln Coun ty National llnnlc TStanford Kentucky Mr twins Younc Slonfort Cured Ir Zna Aflr 3U YnTormat lid Ilsulatba ZEMO ANY FORM OF SKIN OR SCALP DISEASE READ MR YOUNGS LETTER 1Lt April IOSE W RosE Mmax Co St Loul MoSroxaroar Dear Sin It in n source of pleasure for me to permitloll to use my picture before nnd after cured liy ZEMO and to tell did for mo I v doctored this COM of Acno lel for tIC year andstint several hundred dollars with physicians and epeeiolUw The more salves and creams I used the worse my face became Mr Ira Illackman recommoodod ZUMO Eight cured me and I believe JldaGUARANTEED AND BOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD J have just received BIG LOl1I1 the alxivv Btovw and um now ready to furnish you ono at u reasonable figure t o4 GEORGE FARRIS 4 t Refrigerators and Water Coolers at Cost for the Nextt J I o Days rsa J George Da Hopper Stanfora Ky DONT LET THIS BARGAIN PASS 1 HnvInK ileoldfil to mole In thin MorcnntlU Ittiilnoin will sell nn easy terms and lit n bargain lrnl lc roitlilnjicnon Ijinnntnr Htrcut Jtou o of seven rooms mlill tlon xl collar two Inttlcu porch room hull std n llrstclims bath room Abo Rood luiriiuWiit liomo wnrehoiiMufuul house and other nuthulldingsnnd n line garden lie IdnctI outtmlldliiKinnil rllllclnR in llratiilnM rupnlr uirtly nuw Ujnldonoo tins tele water works oloctrlo and lust but not lnlt ono locution and hest of neigh nborn Only two mlnutea wnlk from the ItN Duput JlALIfttoou torinn rnll on or nddros Htnnford Ky r