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TaE INTRRIIt JOURNALj Ii jYOL XXXVIr STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 31 1008 N0 43 j THE TEACHERS INSTITUTE F The Teachers Institute of LincolnIi f county was called to order 1030 A M by Supt Garland Singleton the Graded School building The sea fin was opened by music conducted by t Prof J W Ireland with Miss Kato Waters as organist Tho devotional period was led by Rev J Murray Taylor who gave tho teachers a helpful and encouraging talk after which our worthy Supt Singleton delivered tho welomo address with many words of instruction for the weeks work Tho instructor for the week Prof J W Ireland next gave us the opening address Ills words wero words of rare wisdom help and benefit to all teachers who love their work and expect to- tl make a success in this noblo work of The Education of Kentuckys Youth With Prof Ireland as music director and institute Instructor of which there is none better our genial Supt Single ton and wide awake uptodate corps o Lincoln county teachers our present session promises to be the Jest In tho history of our county The enrollment for the day reached 62 which is only a small per cent as yet of the tenths of the county Tho pjijwlntmcnt of committees was + nr winder ot buslneJl The pro KreXf JVmlttco consisted of James A Hays bias Kato Bogle W B Hubble Prof Davis and Prof Ireland chair man Committee on resolutions Miss Georgia Lewis W T White Leslie Anderson and Mrs II D Phillips chairman Miss Stella McClary was appointed secretary No otherbusiness for the morning and the institute was i adjourned until 130 r u The Monday afternoon session was opened with music by tho institute led by Prof Ireland with Miss Frances Adams presiding at the organ Roll call by tho secretary The sub i ject of School Government was Introduced and ably discussed by our Instructor followed by Prof W T White who gave us practical help b his words in showing us that he full succeeded along the line of personal school government Prof W B Hubble gave us the necessary rules and regulations In securing a good govern ed school and especially dwelling on the fact that the fewer tho rules the better tho school General discussion on tho Conducting of a Successful Rec station by the institute Miss Fulsome t McGuire slake in tho interest of tho Southern School Journal and other edu l cational followed by Mr S C Stevens of Lexington In the Interest- of other educational publications After recess Prof Ireland gave us- at means of school discipline which as all know Is his strong point and most perfect accomplishment Como and lc him charm you with his magnificent voice You arc sure to enjoy It Miss Roberta OBannon gavo us a most ex cellent talk on General Management twhich showed deep thought and practi del reasoning worthy of a long experienced teacher Prof Ireland followed 1with Self Control as the key note all successful schools In perfect man being no further business the program was read for Tuesday and the institute MORNING jJMusic by Institute Devotional exer tea by Rev Yandle during which e he gave a helpful talk on What i we are Today and What we Should be Tomorrow The subject of Reading waijlntroduced and briefly discussed by Prof Ireland followed by a full explanation of Tho Rational System by Mist Georgia Lewis and illustrated by a class of little ones taught by Miss An nie McKinney AFTERNOON Music by the institute led by Profs Ireland with Miss Kato Bogle as organ ist IfThe subject of Grammar was take en up by our instructor and discussed by Muses Kate Bogle Lena Palmer t o Stelll McClary and Mr K G Martin Tho subject of Geography was ably and fully put before tho institute by Mrs lis D Phillips during which she gave us practical class worka delight all o Tho remarks and to know the g work dono by Misses Lewis and McKln ney can not fail to prove to tho pro gressive teacher that it is the method of today General discussion by the institute After recess Prof Leslie Artdewon a student of East Kentucky StatNormal Richmond spoke to us of The Duty of the Teacher to the Normal School The morning session was closed by Prof Ireland with a seI lectionin Oral Reading with full ex planation of same WEDNESDAY MORNINO Music by institute Devotional exercises wero conducted by Rev Barker of the Methodist church during which period he favored us with a short helpful talk The subject of Arithmetic was intro duced by Prof Ireland in his usual forceful Vay followed by a class dem onstrationJn fractions by Mrs H D Phillips Mr Cornelius Ware gave the Practical Results of Arithmetical Discipline Arithmetic was further dis cussed by K G Martin and Caleb New ell Rev J Loyd Deceit of Union College Barbourville and Mr Morris H Givens of Pittsburg now a student at Yale College were made honorary members of the institute Messrs Wm Coldiron and Leslie Anderson closed the subject of Arithmetic for the morn- Ing Manual Training was presented by Miss Frances Adams AFTERNOON The Now School Law occupied the greater part of tho afternoon session being explained and fully presented by Prof Ireland Mr S C Stevens of Lexington and P W Grinstcad o Cincinnati Regent of East Kentucky State Normal at Richmond and Supt Singleton ended the discussion for the day We were then addressed by Mr C A Houston of Lexington on the School Improvement League- f Teachers Read the Southern School Journal All are rejoiced at increase in per capita The best over5360 Progress is our watch word for the represent scholastic year of Kentucky- S C Stevens of Lexington is here as agent for many educational journals Miss Fulsomo McGuire of Lcxing ton is representing tho Southern School Journal Visitors are expected and welcome a all times Trustees patrons and educational workers are especially invited- C Wintrop Sands a stepson of W K Vanderbilt was killed in a frightful automobile accident which occurred just outside the grounds of tho Vanderbilt country seat We are very thankful to Prof Ireland and Stanford Trustees for the use of their splendid Graded building Quite an improvement on the court house and the only place for on institute CRAB ORCHARD Y1Ve understand Mrs O P King con templates rebuilding on tho same lot a nice hotel She had a most liberal pat ronageMr Hugh Logan has beautified an enlarged his hotel near the depot and makes a model host and spreads an ex cellent table He will treat you right The corn prospect is exceedingly loo in this vicinity some of it tasseling a knee high The peach crop will be very largo but fruit generally small Lot I of grapes and some apples teacherta you their past efforts with your children It will help them along and be very refreshing in their tired moments ehortlty land and Mr Tom Fish at Vinccnnes Ind Mrs J B Jones of Lawrence burg is tho guost of Mrs David Street Ward Moore has bought out the butcher business of T F Gross and will continuo the business at the same place All who know Ward rest assur ed he will deal only in tho best meats and at the lowest possible prices Health of tho town is good Fine wa ters cool shady retreats for tho com plaining the sweetest best girls in the world the most hospitable of people is it any wonder so many like to visit Crab Orchard and leave in health and fine spirits God bless the old town and Fannie King visited Miss Dell Pennington in tho country this week Dr Rollin Moore wife and daughter of Anderson Ind were tho guests of Mr W K Buchanan and wife last week They left here for a tour of the great lakes Mr W B Jarvis of Cedar Creek has just returned from pleasant trip to Toronto Canada where he visited his son Pain will depart In exactly 20 min utes If one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets is taken Pain anywhere Remember Pain always means con gestion blood pressure nothing else Headache Is blood pressure toothache Is blood pressure on the sensitive nerve Dr Shoops Headache Tablets codalso called Pink Pain Tablets quickly and safely coax this blood pressure away from the pain centers Painful periods with women get stant rollef 20 Tablets 250 Sold by Pennys Drug Store The Caleb Powers lecture or harangue at tho Madison chautauqua has been called oil on account of tho indignation the patrons We have been fully expecting this Caleb Powers will have to commence digging for a livingboforo bng Owensboro Rev IW Williams Testifies Rov I W Williams Huntington W Va testifies as follows This Is to certify that I used Folors Kidney Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am fteo to say that Foleys Kidney Kemedy will do all that you olalm for It Stanfor Drug Co NEWS NOTES Will Grooms was struck by lightning and killed in Calloway county Mabel Timble 0 gear old daughter of George Timble was struck by a fast passenger train at St Matthews an instantly kille- dThrtyeIx men were indicted by the Kings county grand jury on charges of violating the anti gambliag laws at the Now York racetracks During a thunderstorm at Lexington the home of Percy H Hendricks was struck twice by lightning and his daugh ter Miss Hattie Hendricks was serl onsly injured Tom Coleman and Ross LIgon both- f Negroes pleaded guilty at Elkton to tho charge of assaulting and robbing Ralph Carden and were sentenced to serve five years in the penitentiary Cruelty to rats was the charge upon which Jake Edelson was arrested by a Humane Society officer of Louisville He Is said to have poured coal oil on the rodents In a trap and then to have roasted them Peace officers of Kentucky have been called to meet at the State Fairgrounds on September 14 the first day of the Fair to organize a State Peace Association It is hoped that this will be a successful attempt to revive an old as sedation Walter Goodwin of Center Furnace- t Trigg county who testified against al leged night riders and who has been under the protection of the State mill tia until recently was shot from am bush and possibly fatally wounded chargedjAll the details of the merger of the medical colleges of Louisville have been agreed upon the contracts signed- and a committee appointed to choose the faculty Under tho name of the Medical Department of the University of Louisville the school will open this fall with 800 students Friends at Frankfort have received news of the physical condition of Ar thur Goebel of Cincinnati brother of Gov William Goebel which has made them quite anxious Mr Goebel is at takingdsort in the hope that he will be benefit ed thereby CamplLocation The camp grounds are in a beautiful little valley nestled in the hills over on the head waters of Green andasix miles from Stanford Indeed a pic turesque and well selected place for a meeting of the kind Beautiful scenery and pure water and air Accommodations Large tabernacle largo dining hall ice water on the grounds scats under shades etc Small tents to rent Board at a very reasonable rate lodging 10 and 15c per night and you furnish one quilt or blanket Ministerial Help Evangelist J D Harris Wilmore Ky Miss Lucy Leo Mahan London Ky These evange lists need no introduction as they are known by most all to be second to none Miss Antionetto Fletcher of Science organist Miss Fletcher Is an accomplished musician and this feature of the meeting will not be lack lingA small gate fee of 15c will be charged for admission on Sundays only This is to meet the running expenses of the meeting Come Come Every body welcome CLARENCE J SIPPLE President and Secretary IHealth ColTeo is really the closest ColTee Imitation ever yet produced This clover Cotleo Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine WIs Not a grain of real Cof fee In it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee Is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an export whomlght drink It for Coffee No 20 or 80 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says tho doctor Sold by Pennys Drug Store Attention is inset d to tho tact that entries In the live stock department of the Big Blue Grass Fair which will be held at Lexington six days August 10th to 15th close on Monday August 3rd Those who contemplate making entries should do so at once This fair will be tho greatest live stock show ever held in the South with ample provisions for other departments and an unexcelled amusement programme Just Exactly Right- I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several years and find them just exactly right says Mr A A Felton of Harrlsville N Y New Life Pills relieve without the least discomfort Best remedy for constipa tion biliousness and malaria 25o at Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE Misses Iva arid Maud Criesler of Covington are visiting their relatives Mr and Mrs Ike Terry Mrs Emil Ruf and little son and daughter of Frankfort are visiting I Haldl and family near Jumbo Dude Jarmon sold Young do Coffey a fine Naboth gelding for 250 J J Al- Ien sold Johnston Sanders 34 1350 pound cattle at 5Jc ChaielCaseycattle killed by lightning last Sunday He had refused 4Jc per Ib for them one one of our traders the before Rev R L Creel will begiPa pro tracted meeting at the Baptist church- on the second Sunday In September in stead of the date previously annouced in August Union prayer meeting next Wednesday evening at Baptist church will be led by Rev Creel Rev Mills will not fill his pulpit next Sunday Miss Nell Wright a charming belle of Liberty is visiting relatives in Lex ington Rev R E C Lawson o Springfield will conduct protracted ser vices at tho Presbyterian church begin ning Monday night next Prayer meet ings to which all are cordially will be held in the church each evening a week proceeding the meeting Misses Leila Wheeler of Macon Ga and Annabel Wheeler of Mayaville are guests of Mr and Mrs Wheeler at the Emporium flats Joh Wesley and wife of Somerset are spending the heated term with his twin brother Dr Jas Wesley and wife Col Lanham who occupies the New tonian Hotel building is in Chicago closing a deal for the manufacture of his patent two horse corn planter fromI the sale of which he expects to realize 50000 Lightning struck a pine tree Sunday in the front yard of Mrs Lipps home on Main St knocking down two small boys on the front porch and also Miss Cora Lipps who was sitting at a front window in second story Neither was seriously injured from the very close call Mrs Kate Miller of Stanford wasI the guest of Miss Bettie Logan Fran cis Weatherford of Cincinnati is home for a vacation Miss Pattio Moore of Louisville is visiting Mrs Arthur Bar nett Miss Ella Barnett has returned from a visit to friends in Louisville Mrs Nannie W Owens of Raleigh N C and little grand daughter Agnes Owenr and Mrs Mollie V Bradley cf Louisville are visiting friends and rel atives here They will also visit friends in your city before returning home Chas T Bohon of Lebanon was up this week to visit his sister Mrs Sue Jones before her departure for Tem pie Texas where she and Jimmie wil locate if pleased Col Bill Bohon accompany them determined to resume residence at that place Mr Jame- Wright and wife will move into th residence Mrs Jones vacates J F Bates of Stcubenville is spending a few days with bluegrass relatives and friends Mr Bates is an oil magnate Messrs Ike and Tom Lanier of Dan ville were hero Tuesday looking for cattle Mrs A H Bohon and Miss Teresa left Thursday for their home in Texas Misses Haidee Rowe of Monti cello and Bessie Rowe of Columbia have been charming guests of their cousins Mr and Mrs E B Powell Miss Lora Bohon entertained Monday evening in honor of the Misses Rowe Music dancing recitations and gam s assured a delightful social with a men finale fit for tho Gods Heat prostrates the nerves In the summer one needs a tonic to offset the customary hot weather Nerve and Strength depression You will feel better within 48 hours after beginning to take such a remedy as Dr Shoops Restorative Its prompt action In restoring the weakened nerves Is surpris ing Of course you wont get entirely strong in a few days but can actually feel the That tired lifeless RestoratllLwill quickly depart when Restorative Dr hoops will sharpen a tailing digestion It will strengthen the weakened Kidneys and Heart by simply rebuilding the wornout nerves that these organs Test it a few days and beconvinced Sold by Pennys Drug Store gKing Edward of England has a ca nary of which he is Very fond and he has taught it to rest on his hand When with his friends or even with officials kinglikesGently he received a visit from the French Ambassador and took him to his private room While there a timber of the British government arrived and desired to see the king Lord Knol lys the ever discreet secretary of H ta i BroomHeDont disturb the king just yet He II greatly occupied he haa an ambasea dor on his right and a canary on his left Four H Rousing Big Days L At Danville rIAUGUST 5 6 land 8 1908 r tFirst Regiment Band of Louisville will fur Westd dians and aring broncho riders present ing hairraising acts The grounds will be- n alive with free attractions and side shows There will be a free balloon ascension each day Among the attractions isja 8300 Roadster Ring a 8300 Sweepstake Sail idie Ring and S50 andj100 premiunisinnuinerahle There will Ixs S Big Trotting and Running Races On the big track duringthc three last days kith aggregato purea of 1050 The races are exclusive of thejregularcatalogued events which amount to more than 82500 in premiums Ono admission ticket entitles the holder to all of tho slave big things JULY CLEARANCE SALE SLjmmer Clothes atlAlmostZero Prices 820 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1398 1Jleua Suits in the latest styles at 1108 15 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1098 948I10 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 748 548I8100 MenOxford Shoes in all leathers at 83 25 r50 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 298 S 00 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 2 48 2 50 lens Oxford Shoe in all leathers nt 2 00 I S 00 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 82 25 2 50 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 198 2 00 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 48 175 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 8 1 50 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 25x 1tAll MUses and Childrens Oxford Shoes go at prices like the above Conic and see our goods before you buy Our loss is your gain SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Huts Caps La dies and tGcnts Furnishings Etc c 01 OUTING BULLETIN 16 Atlantic City S Thursday July 30 iIGood 15 Days 1I U Old Point Comfort 120 Wednesday July 15 Saturday Aug Good 15 Days r- On sale 3420 every day CIRCLE JTOUR To New York via Wash Baltimore and FhiladelphiaJwithJatopovers returning via Niagara Falls Privileges of steamer or railJfromJNew York to Albany and from Buffalo to Chvelani For furtherinformation call on or address G WIBARNEY DP A Lexington Ky Rail and Ocean Summer Service The Interior Journal R LII WALTON J W FOLEY It a candidate for Asiatic of Lincoln tour triubjecttotheactlon of the democrat iI party W L MCARTY It n candidate for HherlfT of Lincoln count subject to the action ol the democrat party M 8 BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Hherlft of Lincoln count subject to the action of the deinocrnti party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR judgofPaction of thu democratic party JAMES MltECHNIE Ii n candidate for In the Htnn ford dlitrlct subject to the democratic prl nutty of June 8 JOHN J MOSER 1i a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count object to the action of the Democratic party I M BRUCEI countsubjectparty JAMES Co HAYS Ii a candidate for jester of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Aueuorof Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER tIi a candidate for the Democratic nomina lion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party ROBERT H COFFEY i 11 candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county object to the action of the democratic party lie dllrett to nil out the unexplred term of W I Herrln deceas- edDEMOCRATIC TICKETf- or Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county JUDGE TAFT was formally notified of his nomination for President of the United States by the Republican party at Cincinnati Tuesday The exercises were held at the home of the candi dates brother Charles P Taft Sen ator Warner of Missouri chairman of the notification committee made a brief speech sEnd Judge Taft in reply spoke for an hour He reaffirmed hit belief in the policies of President Roosevelt and declared that the duty of the next Administration would be to complete the work begun by the Presi dent A general holiday was declared In Cincinnati and parades and fireworks completed the days celebration DR J M WALDRON pastor of a Ne gro church at Washington in a sermon charged that Negro officeholders at Washington were being threatened with dismissal unless they found means to atop the pastors of the churches to which they belong from preaching po litical independence to their congregation THE Ohio Republican State Central and Executive Committees have appointed a subcommittee to find out how Senator Foraker stands with reference to the national campaign and to decide whether it is advisable to invite him to speak on the opening day the Ohio campaign at Youngstown THE CourierJournal sys that Stan ford is not in the BlueGrass section If that paper will ask any of the Heads of Houses that were here Wednesday night it will find out how badly it has erred in the statement R G PHILLIPS of Ehzabetbtdwn was elected secretary of the State Central and Executive Committees de feating G G Speer of Anderson county by a vote of 13 to 9 POLL The wife of the blind Senator from Oklahoma pays that only women of unhappy hope want to vote Adlai E Stevenson former vice president of theU S has announced for the democratic nomination for gov ernor of Illinois Llewellyn Powers Representative in Congress from the Fourth district of Maine and a former Governor of that State is dead in Houlton Capt Jack Crawford famous army t scout and lecturer who made speeches for President Roosevelt during the 1904 campaign has aunounced that he will support Bryan x William JlBryan on his way from Chicago to Omaha tirade several speeches in Iowa towns tq enthusiastic crowds At Omaha he delivered an address at a Democratic flagraising The legislative investigation of the public offices of Hamilton county 0 has been stopped by a decision handed down by the Circuit Court holding that the probing committee has no legal statusAt meeting at Louisville Wed nesday Representative Bed Johnson t of the Fourth Congressional district was named as chairman of the demo- cratici State campaign committee without opposition to be composed of seven tmnbers Hon John W Kern will not begin a speaking campaign until After a conference between JudgeI Taft Frank H Hitchcock and Arthu I Vorys it was announced that the National Republican Committee woul assign speakers and carry on the campaign in Ohio as it will in other States though Mr Vorys will continue as Judge Tafts personal representativ and chief of staff BRODHEAD IJDave Belcher who has been very sick with typhoid fever is some better =Jake Elder and Wm Owens begun a singing school at Buckeye near Mt Vernon Saturday and will continue for 12SaturdaysHamm Albright Broshavo thresh ed all the wheat in the Spiro and Otta wa sections and have moved into th Hiatt neighborhood Lecturer Bopsib for the prohibition party spoke here Monday night Ow ing to announcement he had but a small crowd About 35 was given to thi campaign fund Ertl==Ben Pike and wife have gone to housekeeping back of their meat shop Mrs Bettie Newland and children are visiting relatives in Pittsburg Chas Lyons is at the Albright House while he is looking after his timber interests here Capt A H Evans our postmaster was buried with Masonic honors Tues day in the Baptist church yard Lei Wilson conducting the devotional and John Robins the fraternalexercises Capt Evans came to this county from Ohio living near Mt Vernon for a num ber of years then reel here for 12 years He was a halfBrother to G E Evans second vice the L N Wade Graves the promoter of the Hansford Telephone Co has sold his entire interests to Owens Bros and Will in a few days leave for Middle Tennessee where he intends to build more lines Just where ho will locate he unable say at present A few years ago Mr Graves built a few short lines in the Southern part of the coun ty afterward extending them to this place where he has an exchange wits about 30 subscribers He also built toll line into the Hiatt neighborhood CHURCH TfiRS Rev C C Brown will preach at Walnut Flat the second Sunday instead of the first Services at the Methodist churcl Sunday at 930 A M Preaching at 11 A M Nq service at night on account of union services at the Presbyterian churchAll coming to the dedication of the Highland Methodist church ex pecting to stay over night will please notify Mrs Cyrus Young who will ar range places for them Eld Joseph Ballou informs us that he will very likely end his ministry with his sermon at the Christian churcl Sunday morning A large crowd should hear the grand old gentleman who has done so much for the Stanford Chrstiai church and for his fellow men The congregation of the Woodland Christian church at Lexington voted tc cllItbe Rev Charles E Powell to be minister He was the selection of the board of officers and is the unanimous choice of the congregation Rev Pow ollis a son of Capt B F Powell of this county and brother of Mrs W G Withers of Stanford HUBBLE Our farmers are happy since the refreshing rains Eld W G Montgomery will fill his appointment at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Rev Pat Davis of Louisville will begin a protracted meeting at the Methodist hurch Monday evening He will be assisted by the pastor Eld J T Williams Miss Levisa Hrrris has as her guests Mines Lula and Lottie Kitchen of LshlandlMieseB Susie Wilkerson and Julia Carpenter of Millersburg and lissea Sue Taylor and Nannie Woods tagleman of Stanford John B RobI- nson and wife ofj Chattanooga are visiting relatives here Miss Mary B Givens of Pittsburg is the guest of Miss Mary Lee Givens Virgil McClure of Lexington visited his sister Mrs J A Hammondthla week Frank illler of Indianapolis is withrelatives here Grover McKechnie of Lexington is with his homefolks Here Get my Book 4 For Women It will give weak women many valuable suggestions of reliefand with strictly confidential medical advice is ntlrely free Simply write Dr Shoop tacine Wis The book No4 tells all bout Dr Shoops Night Curs and how these soothing healing supposi- torIes can bo successfully applied to orrect these weakness Write for the book The Night Cure Is sold by Pen nys Drug Store i MATRIMONIAL Capt and Mrs JW Hart former Iy of Somerset but now of Cynthiana nnounce the engagement of their aughter Bessie to William R Lee of Cynthiana The wedding will becele rated on the fourth of August at the homo the brides parents The Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery Is the remedy that does the healing other promise butfall to perform SsyA Mrs E U PIerson of Auburn Qentre Pa If It Is curing me of throat am lung trouble of long standing tha other treatments relieved only tempo- rarIly New Discovery Is doing me so much good that I feel confident Its continued use for a reasonable lengtl of time will restore mo to perfoc health1 This renowned cough ant cold remedy and throat and lung heal er is sold at Pennys Drug Store 60i and 81 Trial bottle free d LeigH says in his Bowling Green M Isenger that the town is so dry Unit even the water wagon has stopped run nisga The function of the kidneys Is to strain out the Impurities of the blooi which is constantly passing through them Foleys Kidney Remedy make the kidneys healthy They will strain out all waste matter from the blood Take Foleys Kidney Remedy and It will make you well Stanford Drug Co Rats caused a 9000 fire in large grocery store of Barnes Sons Mt Sterl ing oleys Orlno Laxative the new laxative stimulates but does not Irri tate It is the best laxative Guaranteed or your money baCK Stanford Drug Co- STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE I I detlrc to loll privately nyr splendid itock of goods at KIilui Htore he stock It for the most purl new and In a good eatable condItion For further particular colt on oraddrvii H W IKIOH- Kldd Htore Ky Jesse W Sweeney rsorairroB Livery FNd and Sill Stable Lancaster Ky IFOR SALE I On 1O DAYIAUOlOI between and oclock public outcry to the belt bidder my house nod lot iltuntet on Crab Orchard pike about l tulles fro Htanford live ncrei of land nice young or roolllilgoodright on pike close to schools churehei tc Thl property rnut go an some ant will get a bargain W W VA- bxoopeIPeooiogtoo Fire andLife Insurance Representing old nnd established Com panics Fellows Building Stan ford Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court W L Billion 1lrr Vs Dan Durham Etc lift Notice of ale Purunntto n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Uourt the unUtnlghed commliilon er will on MONDAY AUOUHT 10 Between and I v x in trout of the court home door In Htanford Kentucky sell at public outcry to the highest and Iwit bidder the real estate which Ii hereinafter deicrlb ed for the purpoie of realising the turn of with per cent Interest thereon from January until paid and the costs of thli action ai adjudged hereIn by the above ityled court Bald real estate Ii In Ken lutkyandlsituated on the 3foreland Mta Limn and Carpenters Htatlon pike It Ii hounded on the North by the laud of Mary 311benon the Fast br the land ofJackcar ter on the southeast by the Morelnnd Hta Ion and Carpenter Htatlon turp and on the west by the lands of Jf J Cone and VIII Hpratt and contain four acres moro sale will be made on a credit of six nonthi and for the purchase price the pur hater will be required to give bond with personal security payable to the- ommlssionerandbettringlnterest at the ate of six percent perannum from date of gale until paid- GEO B SAUFLBY M C L C C HENRY PATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal r- AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United State have not heard of tbe CoarlerJoarnal Democratic In all thing fair in al things clean In all hlngi it U essentially t family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to at fer the WEEKLY OOUBIEBOUBNAL one year and this paper for the price named boys Bead you subscription tot the core nation to nrrat tc the Courier Jonrtal 7 Kf The Truth Every person In this city who iuul fering from Eczema Pimples Darn ruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fOI external use All durggists tell ZEMt PENNYS DRUG STORE CAOL NOTICE t Thl Coat Yard nt McKinney will imhtll JlllUYlIIemllckcarloads of the 1t N conli Thliroal Will t e coming In from July up to Octobei Now II the time to get pried will adtnnce one per celllMehlIIonth MCKINNEY COAl A KKKD CO K U oooeb Mgr R E NORTON Livery and Feed Stable Klngsvillo Ky Htablo iear Christian church HIIIclall attention to traveling men Kvvrythtni slew and mst cfa- sMCKINNEYEMARILE iGRANITE WORKS Jacobs t Harris Prors Dealer III and manufacturers of Oranlti and Marble MomimcjiU KlritClan Work at lUnonnhle 1rlcei Otllc and Works McKlnney Ky Hhop closed on Haturday A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I fansI will sell privately my of list acres two mile from Mta on Ihinrllle pike good brick reildence two good barm two crlbsand other necessary hljmono than half In geeterms lt possession In I not sold by October will to bidder JOlt HAIUIC Htanford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zcmo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease Al Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymad clothing when then II so difference In the priee of ready- made lulti and a tint made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Hprlne A Hummer good can make from n low price builneii suit 10 Ibe nneit drei I ult Aho Ov rcoati Troai erl and Fancy Veiti Tbe company I repent U second to none HO IlUlLBY The Tailor Htanford k- yCONCRETING We are In position todoallklndi of concreting ai Work lRnmlnli and In tact we ran make any thlnn from n home down to it fence last We cnn serys you promptly and guarantee flrt rim prlelberorePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Weak KidneysWe- ak Kidneys tardy point to weak kldasy Nerves The Kidneys I1kl theIhan and the Btotueb and their weakness not In the ortm ItMlf but In the oenre that surd and relit and strengthen them Dr Hhoopi HettontlT a mcdldn ipedncallr prepared ta reach tbssa controUlni doctor the Kldnin alooi futll It I1Rust oJl1Iu sad ol raemy a wellll yow tack aches or U weak U the arias ealdi or II dark yon hays tOmI of nrighta or other dlttresing or IDIII kid MT disease try Dr Ebpop KxtonUr a toooth Tabletl or uqnld nd e what It can sad will dotor you JroctUtrcomacBd tadMll Dr RestorativePENNYS The State University Lexington Ky The Mists University Lexington fen the following courses namely AIrlcul urhlMfcUanlcul Engineering Civil Ln- ineering Electrical Knglneerlng Mining JCnglneerlngOIalilcaland Mclentltla counll each of over four ears and lead toe Ilacholori degree also a Department of Law and a Department of education last has been established nitcad of the Normal Bchool Persons who rater this departmerft for advanced work In pedagogy and are granted a Heels elor In lubject when completed The Academy for preparatory Instruction etalned recleve free tuition rlvile eofresidenceInthedormitoriesto el and IIlht trnvellng upenlll If they re matn ten consecutive monthsorone collegl ate The laboratories and museum are large well equipped coinprehenitvo and modern Hitter Hclence is fully provided for as re ulred by Congress The graduates In the leveral coune of tudy readily find with liberal remuneration The total numburofmatrlc ulatll for last year we acts Each iltpnrt vent has n specialist at Its head with the leceitnry number nsaUtant Young women find an excellent home rlth board and lodging In Patterson Hull is well with all the moder- nmnfenlencelothroomhail for physical culture nt tJjno per week courses of Itllll In the University are womenNoose on Identical conditions with applying to males The completion of the Agricultural Mln Ing Engineering Ijibomtbry and Education ulidings afford ample and commodious quarter for these departments which are apldly Increasing In the of matrlo slates method of obtaining reizardliiiiJTpi to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D resident or to V O JoRAZEJC gushes Aient Term Begins Sept 10 1M8 a ftr FaIr iit Tr tlro 1111 Weeke r I TheJFairs are now on and we will all go es peciallyto our own and none of us will enjoy tit unless we are both comfortably and neatly dressed It doesnt take much money nor many clothes to do this if judiciously select ed A pair of Walkover or Manss Tan or Patent Low ShoesI A pair of Gauze Socks A Fountain Shift white or his new Corn color with fSg gJcollar and a soft Fourinhand Tie A Blue Serge or Tan TwoPiece Suit With Full Bloomer Cuff Bottom Trousers A Panama or a Straw Yacht Hat black or tan Belt and if you will depend on us to fit you out You Will Be Dressed Well Enough for any occasion H J McflOBRRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY e the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KcntucRy Capital 5000000 4 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIRECTORS J B Owele Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Qco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W II Traylor jkIIOooch Gilberts Creek if Jfiirst Rational tank cYlanfordaVYy Oryanfftd J8S2 Capital Stock JSOOOO- Surflu and 1ndivfdtd Profilt 0119 000ittrRas paid in Dividends since Organisation 2I 500 ff- fnvit few jfccounls on Our 9ffritt OFFICERS J S Rocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baugbman Asst Cashr WW Saunders Booklteeper DIRECTORLfflli e F Reid J H Baughman 1SS T Harris James RobinsOn T P Hill J S Hocker C E Tate Summer Vacation Trips VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE TO THO Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale U you intend taking a trip flu out blank and mall for Information H C KINO C P A101 Eait Main St Lexington Ky t Tame s jJ eUaaUooP The Interior Journal STANFORD Ky JULY 31 190 fc EL BARDO is a mild Gc clear guar teed clear Havana filled Try It upon oor personal recommendation Penny I Drug Store TUERE is no better way to cbol 01Y these hot days than at Soda e Soda Fountain Ice Cream Water Is delicious and refreshing PERSONALS Miis MAUNDA STONE went to Knot vllle yesterday liON HARVEY HELM spent severs I days In LoulsvllloIMR M S 1JAUCIIMAN was InTennes r t see on business this week Mns W S DENHAM spent Severn days with Danville friends MRS JAMES McCARTY and son Free went up to Plncvillo yesterday Miss BounY DAVIS of Mt Vernon Is ti M tho guest of Miss May Walden Mns ERNEST WARREN returned to Middlcsboro Tuesday afternoon Miss ROSA MEIER of Louisville III visiting her parents at Highland BORN to tho wifo c f Mrs J C Hal hey of Crab Orchard u daughter Miss HATTIB t dEN of Lexington was tho iciest of Miss Eva Goode JUDGE M C SAUFLEY Is at Salyers vine holding a special term of chum Miss MYJitoN VANETTON of Pipe IlIIry Is wlthlrs John H Jackson MRB WALTON is with her brother Congressman Harvey Helm A LITTLE daughter arrived at tho home of Mr A M Hunn Wednesday Mias MINNIE RUPLEY Is visiting he sister Mrs R It Hourigan in Marioi county DB AND Mils N II McKINNEY of Carlisle aro withsir W M Brigh and family IP MRS WALLER CHENAULT of Oklaho ma City Okla is with her sister Mrs Lucy H Bcarlcy- MR E C MOORS of Liberty spent several days with his sisters Meidamo Ed and It II Wilkinson EDITOR E S ALnnianr of the Mt Vernon Signal was hero W dnesdaj night returning from Paint Lick MR F M PBAVYIIOlfflB and daugh ter Mlle Mary Peavyhouse of tht i West End wore callers at this office yesterday SnAP AND ROWAN WEIIU who have been with their grandparents Judge and Mrs M C Saufley returned te Knoxvlllo Wednesday MRS JOSEPH CLAONCII and children Joseph and Margaret also accompanied by her guests Mr and Mrs John Mount left Friday for Danville to Mrs Logan WoodSomerset visitI REV J MURRAY TAYLOR was weeks leave of absence by his church and he is enjoying it visiting his old home in Virginia He will spend soy eral days with Washington City friends TilE following left yesterday for Mammoth Cave under tho chapcronagc of Miss Sara B Dudderar Misses Sara Elizabeth Baughman Katherine land Emma Warren Maude and Claudia Carter Bessie and Sadie Baughman LOCALS ONE hayrake left will sell at a bargain J L Beazley A boon mare and top buggy for sale cheap John Downer Stanford CARLOAD of nice Portland cement just received J M Phillips Stan ford FOR SALESaW mill and engine complete outfit J R Powell Stanford TllBschool at Walnut Flat will begin Monday next Aug 3 with Lizzie Pettus teacher Gin your girl In a good humor A box of Wileys candy will do the work New Stanford Drug Co THE 1908 tax books avebeen made out and your taxes are due Come In and settle T J sheriff MRS MAUCCA LYNN WOOD has t boughtof Mrs Eo T Pence her inter0 est In the farm of the late John G Lynn fw 34600S- ECRETARY i r R G WOODS of the Russell Springs Fair tau our thanks for complimentary to hla fair which begins Aug 4 and lasts four days MR W WARRENwill celebrate his Seth birthday today The old gentleman who Is somewhat of a walker tramped down to Danville and back Tuesday Tilt election of a trustee for each common school district will come off tomorrow and for the first time in history the election will be held under the Australian ballot system FOR HALEMy splendidly Improved farm of 180 acres Ono of the best farms in tho county On HustonvlIIe pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phono me A J Rice Stanford Ky TUE following Lincoln county persons bought lots in tho Henry addition to Danville at the auction sale Tuesday J N Menefw Henry Anderson A M Feland Hfe G Bickley The lots aysrageld 32811 GET Singletons special prices for July TEN or 15 caps of honey for sale Ed Hubbard coal Jellico doubt screened Sic per bushel at Denhat BrosSSEE the New Stanford Drug CoI show window for box writing paper atI reduced prices THE partnership heretofore exlstln between J Q Freeman and myself wa dissolved July 1 D H Goyen TilE catalogues of tho Liberty Fair Aug 20 27 28 are out Write to Jason Wesley Liberty Ky for one TUB L N will run an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday Faro for tho round trip will be 175 Train leaves at 6 S E B Ntt are whole sale agents for the celebrated Rex coal Parties taking car Iota given same price as dealersaLAST NOTICE per will bo added to your Graded School tax if not paid on or before Aug 6 L It Hughes treasurer TilE barn of C aEstcs In the Southern end of the coupty was struc by lightning and badly damaged a few days since FOR SALEEntire stock of goods consisting of groceries meat cooler and butcher tools East Main St Stan ford J B HIggins CONTRACTOR AND BUILDEIAre your going to build this fall 7 If so let me figure with you Work done satlsfac torlly Will Stone phono Sj FOR SALE Stock of merchandise and fixturesabout 2000for sale In good Lincoln county town and doing nlco business Write or phone this of flee EVANS Capt A Evans aged 70 is dead at Brodhead He was postmas tor and a splendid one Capt Evan was very popular and the little town Is In mourning over his demise JOHN COOKS gray mare was take from his stable and driven Monday night Cook thought the good animal had been stolen and he advertised extensively for her To his delight she came walking Into town Tuesday after noon BAR rrAfter a long illness ol that dread disease consumption Mist Lena Barnett breathed her last at SI oclock Wednesday morning For months she suffered untold agonies and death must have been a sweet relief Deceased was the only daughter of Mr Robert Barnett who departed this life nine years ago Joining the Christian church in her early life Miss Barnett had for a number of of years been faithful follower of the meek and II Nazarine and there is every reason believe that she is now reaping a glo rious reward of her well spent life She is survived by her excellent mother who for weeks had watched by her bed side and hoped against hope for the recovery of her offspring A fond broth er is also left to mourn the loss which has como with crushing force May He Who docth all things well give them both strength to bear the blow that hu been dealt them At 3 oclock yester day afternoon Eld Joseph Ballot preached a fitting funeral sermon al the late home after which all that was mortal of tho splendid young woman was laid away In Buffalo cemetery GIVENS Mrs Mary Carpenter Givens relict of Mr Sowell W Givens died at her home on Danville Avenues Tuesday morning after a long illness She was in her 83rd year and all of her long useful life had been spent in Lin coin county she having been born in the West End She was Miss Mary Carpenter a relative of the several families of that name in this county Over CO years ago she was united in marriage to tho gentleman mentioned above and he went to his reward in 1892 The following children are left to mourn the loss of the splendid moth er who now basks in the sunshine ofthe God Who gave her Mrs G L Sur ber of Payette Idaho Mrs W P Grimes Mrs A G T Smith Mrs J L Beazley and Miss Florence Givens all of this county and Messrs George C and B W Givens of this county and S W Givens of Middleaboro and L B Givens of Harrodsburg May the good Lord give them strength and com fort in their greas loss Three score or more years ago Mrs Givens united with tho Christian church and as long as her health would permit she was a regular attendant at services She was a valiant church worker and a leader in all good work Deceased was a kind gentle woman and truly it can be said that none knew her but to love her Her death removes from earthly scenes ono of the oldest and best women in this section May the good example she set and the splendid Christian life she lived be emulated Rev H C Garrison of Danville assisted py Eld Joseph Ballou and Rev J L Yandle onducted the funeral services at the ate home Wednesday afternoon and he burial followed in Buffalo cemetery ill the pretence of a large gathering of rieadfl JUST INA carload of Pioneer Wire Fence Eo T Pence TilE creditors of Mrs L Jane Cloyd are requested to file their claims with me verified as required by law JD Paxton Executor ON account of continued ill health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper OK course you will tothe Dan villa fair next week A splendid program has been arranged including rac es of various kinds Go Wednesday and you will go the balance of tho week Tim family of JM Carter of Moreland have been enjoying a delightful family reunion Those present were T D Carter and wife of Mobile Ala C C Ross and wife of Stearns Mrs Leslie Baker and son of Jellico and J G J W and E R Carter of this I county IF it rains at the fair like it has in past years the display of hosiery wilt be worth coming miles to see Editors Ed Walton and Vernon Richardson will please sit and take notice Lancaster Record Nay nay Lewis Tis not the casket that we prize but that with in the casket lies LOOK at your which you will find on the first page of this paper It shows when your subscription was or will be due If you are in arrears call at this office at once or send us the money The postotllco authorities In- 1IIIIIt that papers must be paid for or will not be allowed to go through the mails Look at your label now TilE Lancaster fair is drawing them from the four comers A good crowd was on hand Wednesday the opening day and yesterday they were all there The weather could not be better for a fair if it had been made to order The show of stock is magnificent and as usual Lincoln county owners are getting their share of the ties On his mulua Mr James H Baughman got four blues and three reds lie got first and second on best mares and mule colts first and second on best maro mule colts first and second on best horse mule colts and first on tho bestyearling mare mule In fact he only got defeated in one ring TilE HEADS or LOUISVILLE HOUSES VISIT The heads of Louisville houses the business men of that great and growing city have como and gone and if they feel as good over heir stay in Stanford aa do our people the visit will be a pleasant memory for some time to come Traveling in a magnificent train made up of Pullmans and propelled by two monster engines the gentlemen who make Louisville the good business city it is arrived hero at 8 P M Wednesday evening Tho reception com mittee composed of a number of our young mengavo them the glad hand and when they stepped from the train invit ed them to fall in line and march to Wal tons Opera House Morbachs Military Band lead the way and the Louisville gentlemen about 100 strong and sev eral hundred Stanford people kept step to the music until the opera house was reached A few momenta were spent in introduciug the visitors after which lion J N Saunders chairman of the reception committee made a brief talk introducing Mr Geo B Saufley who welcomed the guests to all that Stan ford has or can get Mr Sam P Jones of the Louisville business men spoke briefly and introduced Dr Ben L Bru ner now Secretary of State but who claims Louisville as his home by adop tish The other speakers of the evening were Messrs A B Lipscomb of the Louisville Times and Fred W Keisker of the Louisville Commercial Club They all thanked the Stanford merchants for their generous patron age thanked our people for the hearty welcome given them and bade them come to Louisville at any and all times promising not only cordial treatment but the best goods for the least money An intermission of some 30 minutes was had when the guests partook of the de lightful frappe coffee and other light refreshments that tho good Stanford women had prepared and were elegant ly serving A few mlnntcs in conver sation and it was announced that tho remainder of the program would be completed Mlle Berta Jean Penny gave a whistling solo that so caught her bearers that she was forced to respond with another Miss Mary Mc Roberta rendered a vocal number very charmingly and it brought forth so much applause that she appeared a sec and time Mist Virginia Bournes pi ano number was greatly enjoyed and the Stanford quartette gave several vo cal selections most creditably It was after 11 oclock before the visitors got their consent to leave the happy scene and when they did so the greater por tion of the male contingent followed them to the depot and while bidding them adieu insisted that they come again and not put it off long It was II an exceedingly happy occasion and the business men of Stanford are to bacon gratjilatod for their time and energy spent in their guests such a wholesome welcome The ladles are to r DO little extent due the credit of the luccesa of the undertaking and they are due a hearty vote of thanks Three been for em I PONY phaeton for sale W 0 Walker Stanford REX truly king of coals Costs a little more but what a difference A 1 sample will convince you Denhai BrosSTime Greater Southern Shows is draw Ing large crowds nightly in their big tent on West Main Street The show ts a splendid ono and is deserving of thi good patronage it is receiving It wit bo here until Saturday night See it DENHAM The remains of Mrs W R Denham were taken through to Wil liamsburg and interred Sunday after noon She died following an operation at Lawton Okla The husband and Miss Margaret Denham accompanied the body and returning to Stanford they remained until yesterday Mrs Denham was Miss Janie Steele and she formerly lived in Laurel county She was teaching in Whitley when Mr Den ham met and married her 13 years ago She leaves five little children Deceas ed was a member of the Methodis church and a good woman Cures Gap instartlyBA- RDSTOWN KY May 4 1008 One drop of R 41144 dropped dowi the bill of a gaping chicken kills tbeI worms and relieves the chicken instantly When fed in feed or wate it is the best preventive 1 have ere seen Will Coom- esBusiness on the Square I will be InCrnti Orchard this summer and winter to teach on all kliulu of inimical In itrumenu Hatlsfactlon guaranteed 1KOK J DAT8OX Bank Stock For Sale At Executor of Mn IJJ Cloyd will In front of the court house in Htnnford Ky nt about IP Mon HUN DAY AUO 1OthliQ county court day offer for snla nt pUblic outcry 15 shares of tho capital stock of the National nk of Ituitonrllle J 1Ohnndleraue J B Paxton Exor FOR SALE I Ilhode Island tied Pullets and Cockerels from selected pens II rll1 Wild Milliard flunk Eggs or young Duck CUll and we them MHB w j KDMIHTOX Phone 7 Ornb Orchurd Ky Public Renting A1OhrUmaanrmofThe W acre one mil Knit of Morilnml Htatlon wilt be rented to the highest bidder on- HATUnUAYAUOl11 At 2 v xln front of the pontofUcont More land About 80 acres to go In wheat and 3t In corn balance In grass flood improvements and plenty of water Edward Alcorn Kxor A a Chrlimnn Danville Board Trade 223 E Main Street Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions cashHlockt or carried on margin Our execution guaranteed satlsfac privateTelephoneelt DANVILLE BOARD TR- ADEINSURANCE lire WindStorm Life sue iocldent None but the STRONGEST and 3KHT Companies Represented Lowest Pos ilble Rate Guaranteed Loss Paying Rc are Unequalled Talk with KAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 TIle Remedy that AlwsjJ Cares ZIMO li rtcecnlud it its most hontit red ziiloInitial rcllcttt sad positively ssd seem rxntlr urn Icttmi tnt sit luhlac ekl- adktwt GetekedatodeyAltOntlettWrlee IWRoceMe4IdDCe1sa PRESTON 922 IVol 11 flvegaltedhowduced winning at all the Kentucky fairs and also at the horse shows at Louisville- Is Louis and Kansas City He U a brown horse with black poInt Wt bands high with tine style and very high action Hired by Washington 64 Flat dam Bell by Hhoderlck 104 Hecond dam by enmark peolerecord as a show horse and also for breeding purposes He will make the ilu In Grab Orchard at llatoinsurealiving colt Will keep mares on grass at I per month but not responsible for accident or cape of stock Henson due It mare trail ed or parted with J01JA1LEY Crab Orchard Ky Henson of 1m- SAMPSON This young Jack will make this season at my farm where I live the II Buughmau form y mile Houth of Stanford on the Horn eTltit piKe at 110 to tnturp mare colt amid to Insure horse cotta 1 consider tIgreat breeding lack All of his last ltawere extra showed two of thorn tanford Lancaster and Danville fair and on both lit and 2nd premiums In colt ring fa to 10 entries at all three fairs also wont In the sweepstake ring at the only fair that gave n sweepstake Eight of- thi colt and four of his IIO colts are for themselves IItappraciateanymare sent to him and fe61 sure you will not regret sending J H BADQHlf AN Stanford Xy Phone 40 01 1 TifficNI4 o u i t We will allow you to take the discount off of these desirable goods until Aug 8th Waists You can still take onefourth off the pride of our elegant line of lingerie waists Anoth er extra waist or two can be bought very cheapSkirts You can still take onefourth off the price of these elegant Sk- irtsWash SuitsThese at the cut prices are about as low as either the making or material will cost You may take onethird off the price RemnantsTh- ese are still accumulating as the seas son grows older and many desirable ones are on sale SEVERANCE Sc SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD K- YBELTING T The Newest Thing in Moire Belt ing colors White Blue Black and Lavender at 25cper yard The newest things in striped Mo hairs from 50c to 150 per yard We still have a beautiful assortment of Lawns Organdies Linens and Ginghams at reduced prices All long Silk Gloves at 10 per cent off regular price New samples for International Tai loring just in Gentlemen let us take your measures for your Fall suits TRIBBLE HUGHES Opera ISTANFORD NEW Stock Buggies Runabouts r v Etc Just in Ready for the Fair Calland see us I WH HIGGINS1jIoAI0 I c I T Stanford Kentucky 7 The Interior Journal AAeredinthe PMtOJtee at Stanford a Mol4M tIWIUtr VDBUaHM TOmaDAYS AND rKIDAT 4T 500 peR yeAR CASH t IWWhea not so paid 1100 will be barge L N TIME TKBLE NoIlHouthllJlP K No Mouth lt F x No II North 4S A x Not2 North J18 r x JOS 8 RICE Agent B D CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For the nrreit and conviction of nay person treipatslng my fnrm day or night or doing Injury to stock In traveling the pUb- licI InJury to tock from the lands of other people This reward refers to past present and future also offer a speq hal reward of J50 for particulars see me I nlio offer two special reword of p and 1100 eachJQ Carpenter A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTU KY Office over McRoberta Store inI the Owaley BuildingI For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in i eluding Tobacco Bqrus talk with Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY 60 YEARS J EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS r r COPYRIGHTS Ac mOD sending a sketch and description mireertatn our optioa an tlonstrIctlconadentWI4IAND000kontatntalent Patents taken Mann A Co receive ttl4l notkl without charge In the Scientific Jhiiericatu A hsndMtnelr Illaitrntea wteklr Ijirrfit dr raUtton of any selentlfle loumI Term 13 a M wdrrklraocb Je LBeazley CO Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture Matting Rug They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right k STANFORD KENTUCKY J Co McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddler STANFORD KY OfflcePbone Iff 1lome ri one M a k Jo u drsSlit FARMERS DEPARTMENT Wanted grasa for 25 cattle Huq Reid Stanford FOR SALE20 1000pound cattle L P Nunnellev R R Lancaster Ky FOR SALEl00 sheep and four South down bucks extra Rood ones Thorns Metcalf DanvilleII want to buy 1000 mua colta and bedfore you sell H FOR SALETwo fresh milk tour with second calves 22 yearling steers 18 heifers and a lot of seed rye M J Hoffman Moreland I B G Fox bought court day 30 head of yearling mules at from 90 to 110I He also bought two saddle horses at 115 to 135Lancaster Record FOR SALE Choice pure bred Shrop shire ram lambs Also a few high class Berkshire pigs at farmers prices Call write or phone 864 E G Bickley Stanford Ky FOR SALE16 extra good yearling mules 14 mares and two horses also a paIrof 17hand 6yrold mare mutes weighing 2800 pounds B Ramsey Jr Paint Lick FOR SALE15 twoyearold mules I nine mares and six horses Will sell in paIrs or to suit purchaser Some of the mules are broke to work J W Hughes Moreland Ky FOR SALECross between Oxford and Southdown buck lambs and a few aged bucks This makes a great cross Also a few pure bred Southdowns Henry Baughman Hustonvlllc Ky The tobacco barn of Lawson Stew art at Mt Olivet wits struck by lightning and burned with its contents The barn contained 10000 pounds of tobacco six tons of hay and a lot of farming machinery and vehicles HIGHLAND Rain rain Yes we are having Iota of rain 0 G Speaks is threshing in this vi cinity this week The Sabbath school at the new Meth odist church is gaining in number and Interest each week A G Faulkner Is preparing to put up a large tobacco barn P Warfield is also preparing a barn for his tobacco Rev John Loyd Decell the Missis islppi evangelist but now of Union Col lege Barbourville will preach at the new Methodist church Saturday night next Also at the same place on Sun day at 1030 A M Rev W G Brad ford of the conference will preach Let everybody come out and hear these two worthy preacherstMr Bracket and family were visiting the family of N L Wright Miss Lau ra Surber of Burnside is visiting her brother M 0 Suber Miss Ruth Coffey of McKinney is the guest of Miss Myrtle Austin Sam Light with his two boys George and Roy have returned from Louisville H R Newell and wife of Eubank visited the fam ily of E G Baugh Sunday IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Ellen Perry aged 77 is dead at will remodel the Dan ville Opera House Mrs Evallne Fitzgerald of Casey who was sent to Lakeland Asylum some two weeks ago is dead there The 10yearold son of Mrs L R Blanton of Richmond was probably fatally injured by a fall from a ladder Bell county is to have another railroad for the articles of incorporation for the Wasloto and Black Mountain Railroad Co have been filed with the Railroad Commission and the work of constructing the road will begin soon The road will extend from a point on the Louisville Nashville railroad near the 205mile post from Louisville on the Louisville Cumberland Valley Division of the Louisville Nashville railroad 10 miles up the Cumberland river to Toms creek opening up one of the richest timber and coal territories in the Eastern Kentucky Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 Georgetown July 28 5 days Lancaster July 293 days Winchester Aug 4 4 days Russell Springs Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 53 days t lBurkesvilleBrodhead Aug 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbqarville Aug 19 3 days fc Lpndon Aug 25 4 days Ai Liberty Aug 26 3 days m Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 1 5 days lMqnticello Sept 8 4 days lA RevsIt Is a revelation to people the severe cases of lung trouble that have been cured by Foleys Honey andTar It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs L M RugglesReasnor Iowa writes The doctors laid I bad consumption and I got no better until I took Foleys Honey and Tar It stopped the hemorrhages and pain In my lungs and they are now as sound as a bullet Stanford Drug Co Charles H Moyer was reelected president of the Western Federation of Miners L isilAiiifrMStt It Cant Be Beat exper1llenfete Blttors does all thats claimed for It For Stomach Liver and Kldnoj troubles It cant be beat I have trio medllcinebest of all medicines also for weak ness lame back and all run down con masnyfl Drug Store Soo- The Farmers and Traders Bank of sUPIulateded by the Society of Equity to banks that advanced tne Society money on their tobacco The bank in a letter to theetxietyithe growers Best The World Affords lilt gives mo unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklens Arnica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill N CIII am convinced Its the best salvo tho world affords It cured a felon on my thumb and It never falls to heal every sore burn or wound to which it Is applied 25o at Pennys Drug Store Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fop external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly yields and Is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co StLouJavMo Pennys Drug Sto- reAdorinas FoxIs a Imndtomo large young Jersey Dull de scended from n unbroken line of the most noted bulland cows on the ls land of Jersey En land and America Ills IlIIllOrhodandundsofrlchndikInonodays If you lx ll6veuUkel begets Like or the Ukenens of some Ana stor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of run ser vice He will U allowed to terra a limited number of approved registered cows out Ida of our own herd this yenr for a fee of beach Make engagement before sending cow to be bred ItEI I AOTTKlt Telephone Htnnford Ky N nWe here to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold nt right prices Choice Goods Foaled Jnnunry IMUj black with while points 1S2 hands Hired Wonder and out of Ilicimult Jennet 017 Wonder wn slrtxl by lielknap he by Imported llelkimp Importedlienn Huniner county Teiin lilt IAII Krentln dtTldunl lie won the blue tie In the sweep- stake ring lit the Htnt fnlr nt Nashville nnd IIRIIIIOIiTmore hive titS te bis credit Nee before you breed He will serve Jennets nt viand Mares ut 110 to In sure living colts Will stand two other Jacks nt to Insure living colts also stand the magnificent ilrnf slat lion colt 1HIIAt101IMANHtanfonlKyChester This son of Chester Dare will make the present season at my burn mile from McKlnitfcyon McKinney mid Mlddleburg pike nt flu to Insure n llvlnr colt DKHCKtPTlOX Ap PKIUIIREK He U n binckwith star In forehead 18 hands high with all the style and 11r11 chilracttrlUc of the Chester Dare family u good acting horse mid it proven breeder Nee hint before hooking your mures If you are looking for n good breeder at living price Hired by Ches nddnnsbyHippy Chester Peavine 3J84 AH 1111 In offering the service of this young stal lion to the public do not henltute to say he Is the best had Middle stallion that will be offered for service In tide county this your nshls breeding will stow Hired by Ilex IVnvlne liVAbe by Hex McDonald ten 1st hint Miss Mndlson 4ff 6 the by Chester Dare rut dam by Peuvlne more extended ix dl greo will be urnUhed on nppllcntlon Tills itulllon hits the bust blood of the saddle horse world In him Moth 2nd dams by Ten vine A crosses twice to lllack Hqnlrrel twice lo Htonewull Jackson once to l nve Akin rrs With the style unit llnlsh of heater Dare the stumlna and action of IVnvlne how can he breed wrung Ills sire Hex IVo vine prodlictHl three fhuiiinlonslilii winnerof last year In Eden Mae Muttlu Hales and May Day Nee und breed to him If you want the liest Will erve n limited number of mures nt its to Insure n living colt At the Paula time and place will stand three as good mule tacks as eta lw found In the country nt the low price of IS to Insure n living colt- MoneyduewIthnll the above advertised tock when colt U foaled or when mare leave hands of ut time of service or bred to other stook All care taken to tent Occident but not responsible should- any occur Urnt reatonnblu price HHBOUODKH McKlnney Ky Small Farm For Sale tullefromreadenoaand abundant outhouses In good repair For further partlculari call nt this office Partner Wanted Partner to furnish the money for and take NpllceMareInformation addressing John DILThurt- nnnHtnnford Ky Hlgn Writing Draper and House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Intirltr Fracas Dirorattr t Griming Kte McKINNEVKV MASONS MEET FkAJtncoln Lodge NoM M will meet In stated comtnunlratlon on rood lint and third Monday iilgbtt of each month at Is m oclock In their hall on Main street titan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fru PeonywMT1VlunntngtonHec POSTED trlcUTtorpassing on our places and will prosecute olators to the full extent of the Inw IVpnlviMrHpoonamoreIM K Lawrence Heulwn Curtis JH Mocker J M Pettus ipllAninndtHtitjrMnPeter Italmer Mrs Katherine Ador AshleytullannonJames llIl Hack Joseph Itallou M H Lytle Mrs Jas llalncs UrJLCarpentuqMr IlTbompnonTbomus David llurton J It Hunch Ml HlchnnUon Joseph Krnit Miss 3lattiellexe ltelchenllfch Bro Fred Vonnruengan H KOnlnrt TreylorJtlbllrnFred Ilaumann Ulchan Hester Owsler Dunn Henry Hester Nunnelle1W01101d IugbmanJInguoyIBCnderwoodHonMrsMarrCuiyens John John IamenlschWnsConller linn Tray lor M D Klmore Mrs N HUoodo n Tate David Htevens John Jufer O Durham Wli Kout lotllbOllek Ilamlorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob J Thomson 1 M Audcrton J F Movr Mr and Mrv Ja IL Ends A Kllwwi lIlr J Morion gauMrsCentral Kentucky Real Estate fxhange TITLE CO Wa111e1burgJl1knooreroutbulldlngi nice orchard This proper t71 lItor and schoolhouse Is well- worth the twice Ufa No tlIttl acres I sidles Houth of Orab or chard on thn Htate road has n twostory house good barn orelta and is well water ed about luu acres of this land Is bottom- land and produces One crops A bargain at 71ys14 cash balance In one nod two year- sNobil2acresonBuck Greek near Way nesburg4 rocus house warn other out ImlldlnKSiplentyof water Cads price 11 SNo4psacres mar level Oreen Rock castle county Ky This farm has n new J story frame louse would cost to bulM now taU good Imrn crib Ac located near church and school This U a nice home and can bo bought for 110 per acre H cash re mainder In 11 months No 6 lSJ acres ndlotnlne the above farms acres In cultivation Dwelling of I rooms good barn and other outbuildings nice orchard One of the best 1Irlno In the coun ty Price FIa Ihaltcasbsalance and 8 years No 5Il acres adjoining farms Nos end- S 1W ncres In cultivation balance In tim bet Oood whltn oak hickory and some nile cedar Has 2story log husu and good orch ard well withered Cash price t 1ni No 7 Sflncros near Maretsbnrg KyUO acres III cultivation good dwelling house harp and necessary outbuildings fine water nnd school churih and It It station Irlce rt5lu cob balance In one cud two years No8r1t acres near Oonway Ky nearly all of tide farm Is bottom lend flue for corn nnd meadow cood dwelling hon onew born and other buildings on county road miles from lleren College Cash price 1 QleNoO4lncres on Drakes Creek S miles frouiCrab Orchard This flrlll dn the pike and Isn part of the Ito Evans tarns This Is line land and In good condition all necessary buildings This Is n bargain at IM per acre No 107H acres near Htnnford Ky In nice shape with necessary bulldlngetc can be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the above farnsaeeor write I It Hughes or James White Htanford Ky w Attend The Great Rokcastle County Fair AT BRODHEAD August 12 13 14 Liberal Premiums Ballon Ascensions Each Day R H Hamm Pres I John Robins Sec If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANRORD- t inKENTUCKY BIGGEST SHOW 1 I JSEP 1415161 18131908 SIX BIG DAYS DAILY TRACES 25000 IN PREMIUMSIWEBERS BAND 20 SIDE snoWs rR CAITRAror ON Here is the place to display your live stock and farm products to meet your friends t and to combine amusement 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