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THE INTERottIO louNNAoI L 1ft VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 4 1908 NO 44 f THE TEACHERS INSTITUTE THURSDAY MORNING Music by the Institute with Miss Bo gle as organist The devotional period was led by Rev Yandlo and followed by hit practical talk on Character Build- Ing History was the subject of the morning session introduced and die cussed briefly by Ireft Ireland follow ed by Prof Leslie Anderson on How to Teach history which waa the best ever given to tb institute After recess the liwtttHte was given over to Mrs W T Latterly of Cynthlana t who spoke at length in tho interest of the State School Improvement League which she was successful enough to or ganize In our county Many visitors were present to enjoy the pleasure of listening to Mrs Lafferty To havo missed hearing her was to lose thot 3 treat of the institute The league offi cers elected are as follows Miss Mattie Paxton president vice presi dent No Mrs H D Phillips vice president No2 MIsa Geogla Lewis vIce president No3 Mr Leslie Ander son vice president No4 Miss Kate Bogle secretary of League Miss Stella McClary treasurer Prof J W Ire landA most interesting paper on Civil Government was read by Miss Annie Dunn and tho discussion continued by Profs Davis Anderson Lay and J H Wlnn Prof Ireland next gave us In tercet In its fullest truest sense end Its vital use in school success Irof E F Davis Principal of Crab Orchard Graded School on now to Secure In terest made us wide awake on this subject Some splendid remarks were given us for future help- FRIDAY Music by institute with Miss Claudia E tton as organist Devotional exercis es by Rev Barker Physiology was the first subject introduced and it was briefly discussed by Prof Ireland Wm Coldiron continued tho discussion and gave some practical suggestions for the use of sunshine and other simple means for preserving the health of tho indi vidual Prof Ireland discussed tho at tendanco upon the present Institute and insisted that teachers are as respond ble for good attendance as pupils lire for punctuality in their schools Leslie Anderson read the report from the com mittee on resolutions Supt Singioton put the resolutions before the institute and they were adopted without a die renting vote Prof Ireland closed his capacjty as instructor with tho same quotation from the Chambered Nan tllltns as ho had begun with Supt Shgleton announced that tho teachers from each educational division would meet immediately after adjournment to organize the Teachers Association then he declared tho work of tho mall- tute at an end Prof Coldiron dismiss ed the assembly by a short prayer at 1130 A M RESOLUTIONS I lit That we extend our thanks to the School Board of Stanford for the use of tho Graded School building dur i ing the week and also to the peoplo of Stanford for tho hospitality they have shown us while we were among them We thank tho pastors of Stanford for the part they have taken in the Instl rr tute and also tho ladies who so kindly furnished the music We desire to ex press our gratitude to Supt Singleton for the fight he is making for the cause of education in this county 2nd That wo endorse tho action of the last General Assembly in passing the County School District law which abolished tho cumbersome trustee eye tem and created in ita place a systematic organization for education In Ken tucky Wo especially approve of lha establishment of the county high school that bridges the gap between the rural school and the State University and af fords to the pupils of tho country dis- v tricts equal opportunity with the city pupil for higher education We look forward to tho operation of this law as tending towards greater things educa tionally We pledge our loyal support ti the new law and insist upon its rigid enforcement3rd we heartily approve of tho great work that is being done by our two Stato Normal Schools in tho thor ough training and preparation of teachers r better and moro efficient service intho public schools of our State We eneeurago a liberal patronage of these tchools as a means of raising the standard of education in Kentucky 4th That wo heartily approve of the SchoolIS ate We sincerely thank kite W T Lafferty of Cynthlana for her able ad dress upon this subject and also for her assistance In organizing the League in thi county We urge all true citizens to support the efforts of this League in lie attempts to better the condition o ourschoolsbtk believe the method em plod in conducting the present insti Srate tbe supariarlo the lectare plan bfcaWeaf ltfrVnoa 1clfcaPbeneltt j derived from it and we heartily re- IL commend that we have a single county Institute next year We extend toi Prof J W Ireland our present Instructor our sincere thanks and high est appreciation for the practical talks and helpful suggestions he has given us during the week Wo unhesitatingly recommend Prof Ireland to any county in need of ouch services as an excellent and energetic institute instructor We greatly desiro tho services of Prof Ireland as lustructor next year Cth That the law In regard to attendance upon the Institute be enforced and that tho teacher who falls to attend the full session bo required to teach an additional day for each days absence or be required to forfeit salary for the number of days absent 7th That wo commend the workof our secretary Miss Stella McClary In giving an accurate and full account of the proceedings of the institute and we also extend our thanks to the editor of the INTERIOR JOURNAL for publishing same In his splendid paper Mrs Adam Carpenter and daughter Miss Laura of Danville visited the Institute Thursday Mrs George Walden of Danville heard MnJ LafTertys address C J Sipple of London was with us in the interest of the Sue Bennett Me morial School and the Jumbo Camp MeetingMr W Carnahan of Coving ton representing Ginn Co spoke to tho institute on Thursday morning School Improvement is the watch word of Kentucky fur tho present school year- ExTeachers Dr Shelton Rev Barker Mrs J C McClary and Miss Mottle Paxton were made honorary members of tho institute McKINNEY Dr Grider is building an addition to his dwelling Tho basement will be used for an office Prayer meeting at the Christian church next Wednesday night Subject is Sunday school lesson for the follow ing Sunday Mr S M Owens served as ring mar shal at both the Crab OrchardandStan ford fairs He filled this capacity in a most efficient and satisfactory manner Born to tho wife of Stroud Gooch a fine girl Mrs Winter Wright who has been visiting Mrs Green Moore has returned to her home In Lexington Mr Samuel Montgomery has just finished erecting a large hay barn on Stanford Avenue and la now ready to furnish the very best timothy and clover hay at lowest prices- A movement is on foot to organize a law and order league for our little city Such an action ia certainly commend able and should receive the impetus necessary to make it a reality Quite a number of our peoplo attend ed the Lincoln county fair all of whom speak in high terms of tho magnificent display of stock and the generous hose peopleR and lone red out of nine shows at the Stan ford Fair with his string Mr Scudder refused 2000 for his threeyearold stallion by Rex Peavine lie took his famous bread winners to Lancaster last weekThe influx of lumber and spokes into this place during tho past week for shipment to various manufactories throughout tho country has exceeded any for the last six or eight months Lumbermen say they are preparing for a sudden Impulse and revival in business which must come in the next few monthsAmong those who went on the ex union to Mammoth Cavo Thursday 30th were tho following Misses Alice Gooch Nora RifTc Pearl Mobley Mrs A R Nunnclley Messrs J S Mobley Sam Beck Will Beck Will Dudderar John Beck and Watt Dudderar Dr C II Smith of Atlanta Ga was the guest of Miss Gertrude Gooch Miss Amelia McKinney of Louisville is vis iting A B McKinney Misses Mao and Alpha Traylor of Stanford are the guests of Mm Ashlock at the hotel Miss Maud Lay who has been visiting relatives in Parksville has returned home Miss Bcrta Murphy who has been very ill Is convalescing Mrs Samantha Rubble of Stanford is visit ing her sister Mrs F M Ware Pain will depart In exactly 20 min utes if ono 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 Sloops Headache Tablets also called Pink Pain Tablets qucklyandsatet coax this blood pressure away from the pain centers Painful periods with women get In byPennysAuntie Clara Smith who lived over halflieilifolttllavery died in Louis vlllo at the age of 105 NEWS NOTES An Ohio city Is to havo a Jim Crow theatreMrs Annie E Lynch who died at Plttsburg weighed 510 pounds Former State Senator Caswell Prew itt of Montgomery county is dead Ground was broken yesterday for the Interurban line from Lexington to Nich olasvillo Charles Humphreys and Harry Stem ley prominent men of Philadelphia were killed in an automobile accident Three children of James Pike of Christian county after partaking freely of sausage became ill and one of them diedOcean freight rates on grain from New York to the ports of Continental Europe have heen advanced by the steamship lines The Mississippi Valley Medical Asso ciation has announced that it will hold Its 34th annual convention in Louisville October 114 and 1C In the Cumberland circuit court Cull Morgan was convicted of cutting the brands off of sawlogs and wan given ono year in the penitentiary- The arrest of three men in Brooklyn disclosed the fact that the Adams Ex press Company has lost about 100 000 through a series of trunk robberies James T Blair of Parkersburg W Va president of the Marietta Colum bus and Cleveland Railroad Company has been appointed receiver for the roadE H Harriman is said to be contemplating the erection of a 50story build ing in New York to accomodate the general offices of all the railroads now under his control Mrs Ben Teal and Harry Mousley were held to answer to the grand jury at New York on the charge of attempt ed subornation of perjury in preparing evidence In the Gould divorce suit John Simenson and Louis Dabner know as the gaspipo thugs who committed a series of daring crimes in San Francisco following the earthquake and fire in 1900 wero executed at San Quentin The Receivers and Shippers Asso elation of Cincinnati has received word from President Roosevelt that the Attorney General Is carefully looking into the matter of the protest against railroad freight advances John Larson crazed by drink shot and probably fatally wounded his em ployer J A Morrill and the house keeper Mrs May Balcoltn For four hours ho guarded his victims while Merrills blind mother sat helpless in tho room Larson finally committed suicide He was employed as a hand on Morrills farm near Batavia III Charging that the American Tobacco Company had caused it an actual mon etary loss of 500000 and had ruined its business by restraint of trade and unfair competition the Monarch Tobacco Company of Louisville filed suit in the Federal Court for 1500000 as damages Tho Nail Williams To bacco Company and the Mengel Box Company are named as coconspirators Judgo Kohlsaat in the Federal Cir cuit Court at Chicago refused to sot aside the injunction preventing the Government from enforcing tho new whisky labeling regulations The Treasury Department has announced its intention to push the cose to decision by the highest court and mean time will enforce the new rules in every instance whero an injunction has not been made Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clover Coffee Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Snoop of Ilaclno 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 expert whomight drink it for Coffee No or 30 minutes tedious boiling Mado In a minute says the doctor Sold by Penny Drug Store p p e Congressman Joseph B Bennett voted to Increase his salary to 7500 a year That is more money than Joseph B probably ever saw in his life and to think that it might all be his for rattling around in Washington for a few months each year if the ungracious Democrats didnt intend to chase him to the tall timber next November Aint It a shame7Cynthlana Dem ocrat Just Exactly Right I have used Or Ivjngs New Life Pills for several years and find them just exactly rlcht says Mr A A Felton of Uarrlsvllle N V New Life PlUs relievo without the least dls cbthfort Best remedy for constipa tion biliousness andmafarla 256 at Penny BTirugStdre The average missionary contribution for each HipJI in eSu schobWIs IiikHeg intile Episbopal1denominittdii- than any other JASON WESLEY The gentlemanly and efficient secretary of the Casey County Fair which will be held at Liberty Aug 26 27 and 28 HUSTONVILLE Emmet McCormack sold to James Yowell 15 1100pound cattle at 4Jc f L B Peck has sold his stock of mer chandise near McKinney to Mr Austin who will continue the business Miss Cora Lipps has accepted a po sition with W B Davis Son at lIar rodsburgPine sand followed by a quantity of hand broken stone will be put on the roads near Mt Salem Our horSemen fared well at the Lan caster fair among the big winners be ing D S Carpenter and Josiah Bishop The South Kentucky Baptist Associa tion convenes at New Salem church on Aug 11th Delegates from all coun ties will attend The Chrisman farm of 90 acres near Moreland has been rented by Executor Dr E Alcorn to W W White of Boyle County for 1909 for S445 Dr J C Bolin who has been prac ticing here for a year has decided to return to Somerset permanently He carries the best wishes of the commun ity with him The religious debate at Moreland be tweenev Cook of the Methodist church and Rev Burros a Seventh Day Adventist has closed The debates drew large crowds Miss Black Givens has rented her place for next year to Mr Ends for 350 Miss Sallie Hawkins and Mrs Frank Oglesby of Corbin are guests of Mrs John A Blain Miss Kay Snllee of Harrodsburg hos been employed by our board of educa tion as an assistant teacher tin Graded School here Miss Jane Ford of Lex ington is visiting Mrs G C Lvon Among the guests at Russell Springs are James Reid Doc Drye George Weatherford Dr 0 S Williams Judge James P Bailey J G Weather ford and W 0 Speed The balance of the party is composed of ladies who will leave later on Mr and Mrs G B Cooper of Star ford were with friends here Sunday Miss Josephine Goode of Louisville is with her parents here Miss Mattie Horton of Virginia is visiting her sis ter Mrs McKee Riffe Misses Macie Talbot of Paris and Virginia Lyman of Louisville are guests of Miss Angle Carpenter Miss Frankie Kauffman of Lancaster is the guest of relatives here The Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery Is the remedy that does the healing others promise butfail to pertonn says Mrs E R Pierson of Auburn Centre Pa It is curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieved only tempo rarily New Discovery Is me so much good that I feel confident its continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health1 This renowned cough and cold remedy and tlroatand lung heal or Is gold at PennYsDrlig Store 50o and 81 Trial bottle free Robert Thurman a Russell county farmer shot himself through the heart No cause is assigned Heat prostrates the nerves In tho summer one needs a tonic to offset the customary hot weather Nerve and Strength depression You wilt feel better within 4ffhburs after beginning to take such a remedy as Dr Shoops Restorative Its prompt action In restoring the weakened iv Is surpris ing Of course you wont got entirely strong in a few days but each day you can actually feel Hho Improvement That Urea lifeless spiritless feeling will quickly depart when using the Restorative Dr Shoops Restorative will sharpen a falling appetite it aids tllgcsUdnj it wilt Btrengttfoh the weak ened JKWneys1 and TJfiart t simply rebuilding the w6rnoat nerves that these an ep1 Teal it- afewdaysandbeconvce1 sQl by Penny Drug Store Four n HI Rousing Big Days At Danville AUGUST 56 7 and 8 1908 First Regiment Band of Louisville will fur the music There will be a Free Wild West Exhibition on the grounds including real In dians and daring broncho riders present ing hairraising acts The grounds will be alive with free attractions and side shows There will be a free balloon ascension each day Among tho attractions is a 8300 Roadster Ring a 8300 Sweepstake Saddle Ring and 850nnd 8100 premiums innumerable There will be 5 Big Trotting and Running Races f- Oil the big track during the three last days with aggregate purses of 1050 The races arc exclusive of the regular catalogued events which amount to more than 2500 in premiums One admission ticket entitles the holder to e nil of the above big things JULY CLEARANCE SALE Summer Clothes at Almost Zero Prices 820 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1398 16 50 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1198 15 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1008 12 50 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 948 10 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 748 7 50 Mens Suits in the Irtest styles at 548 84 00 Ie nlOx ford Shoes in nil leathers at S3 25 3 50 Mens Oxford Shoes in nil leathers at 2 98 3 00 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 2 48 2 50 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 200 3 00 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 82 25 2 50Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 98 2 00 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 48 1 TSJLadies Oxford Shoes in nil leathers al 1 38n s 1 50 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 25 All Mfsseaapd Childrens Oxford Shoes go at prices like the above Come and see our goods before you buy Our loss is your gain SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Casey Counnj Fair INCORPORATED J AT LIBERTY KY H xtf ALL 26 27 and 2S 2q01t Iii s j3mIJ l1 OFFICERS C H BARTLE D4R PrQsidentsbilJ Treasrrr- 1Hn1 fn MUSIC BY STQ MW jjlTThi pp Liberal Premiums in lI Rings Yrjte for Catalogue vX t r The Interior Journall I aL e WALTON J W FOLEY Jin candidate for Asssorof IJncoln count lysubjecttothoactlon of the democrat party WLMCARTY- lincnndldatofor HherllT of IJncoln count ty subject to the action ol tho democratiC r party r M S BAUGHMAt- iIi a candidate for BhertfT of Lincoln count subject to the action of the dcmocratl party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR- Is n candidate fur the nomination orjndg- of the Lincoln County Court subject to tli action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE Is a candidate for magistrate In the Htan ford district subject to the democratic prl nary of June JOHN J MOSER Ilk candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democratic party s I M BRUCE Ii B candidate for Jailer of IJncoln county abject to the action of the Democrats party JAMES C HAYS Is a candIdate tor Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democrat party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Atseuor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democrat party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomlnn tlon for Jailer of Llncbincountyubject tc the action of the democratic party ROBERT H COFFEY JIB candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county UbJect to the action of the democratic part lie desires to nil out tho unexplret terns of W1 Herrln deceas- edDEflIOCRATIC TICKET t For Congress- HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county SPEAKING of the speech the Philadel phia Record says that there is not ringing sentence or a stirring expression in the Taft speech of acceptance and every statement is nicely parted in the middle It is a calm judicial presentation of the reasons why Taft and Roosevelt think William Howard Taft ought to be elected President It does not read at all like a speech and least of all like a political speech It is fes unemotional as a Court decision regarding a dispute boundary and has not nearly the snap and vivacity of the decision of the Curt of Appeals in the celebrated case of John D Rockefeller vs Kene saw Mountain Landis It is as voluminous as a Presidential message and as argumentative as a bill equity The decision is against tb evidence and will be unquestionably set aside JUDGE RICIIARD B RUSSELL in th Georgia Court of Appeals with the con currence of the entire court render ed an opinion to the effect that the solicitation of orders by mail in anothe- State for whisky or other intoxicat ing beverages in the State of Georgia as well as in the State by any indiv idJal or corporation is a violation of the laws of the State of Georgia and aiy person making such solicitation is guilty of a crime against the State This is a farreaching clslon and a gig nil victory for the dry side OLLIE JAMES says that Kentucky and Indiana are safe for Bryan and Kern In Iowa Nebraska Ohio and Michigan Bryan and Kern have a good chance for victory Tam jiany Hall is for the tick et and we will carry New York have assurance from John Mitchell an Samuel Gompers that they will do all in their power to swing organized labo for the ticket It says he looksfunny see the Courier Journal soliciting funds for the Bryan and Kern campaign The CJis a versatile sheet any way Four months ago it was fighting democracy and now it appears to be trying to get democrats in office THE CourierJournal earned its pay Sunday A twocolumn editorial and a page of whisky matter should have pleased the most fastidious of th whisky and beer trust people CLEVER JOHN PEARL of London has bought the Berea News and will make a red hot democratic paper of it Heres success to him- POLITICAL Graham Price has announced for re election for circuit clerk of Boyle It looks James N Kehoe of Mays ville will land the nomination for Con gress in the Ninth district Democrats of the 23rd judicial district will nominate a candidate for judge at Jackson Aug 25 Bird S Coler has announced that he is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor of New York t The ceremonies attending the notifi cation of William J Bryan of his nomination for the presidency will be nonpartisan The Democratic convention In Welt Virginia adopted the Jim Crow car plank and also a plank favoring the dls franchtaemcnt of Negroes Charles 1 Dawson and Guy C Patterson both of Bell county have an nounccd for the democratic nomination for Congress in the 11th district Chairman Norman E Mack of the Democratic National Committee says ho will spend practically all his time in tho West during tho campaign Robt B Franklin is to have op sition for commonwealths attorney of the Fourteenth Judicial District in th person of County Jude Jas H Pols grove of Franklhi county William H Taft in his address before the Virginia Bar Association next Thursday will lay great stress on the necessity for making the administration of justice speedier and less ex pensive President Roosevelt and Secretary- of War Wright have decided that the eight cadets who recently were dis missed from the United States Mil tary Academy at West Point for hazing shall be reinstated and that their pun ishment shall be administered accord ing to the disciplinary method of the academyTq the republican Board of Printing Commissioners from removing him from his office State Superintendent of Printing J W Hcdden of Mt Sterling one of the few democrats who still draws a salary from the State of Kentucky has filed suit in the Frank lin circuit court for an injunction to prevent the printing commission from ousting him Our old and esteemed friend Judge B L D Guffy affectionately styled Judge Alphabetical Guffy by his friends has bolted the political race track somejmore and is now lined uj with Hearsts new party Wherever he goes there is at least one honest in corrnptible soula good man and true from the crown of pals old battered hal to the sole of his rusty shoes Glasgow Times Gov A E Willson Friday appointed the new Board of Election Commission ers for the State which the law says he must do before Aug 1st in each- a year that an election is to be held He reappointed Judge C R McDowell ol Danville as the democratic member and John T Shelby of Lexington as the republican member Clerk of the Court of Appeals Napier Adams is ex officio chairman of the commission Gov Folk of Missouri has announc ed his intention of making a personal investigation of lawlessness in St Louis county and has stated that if any official of the county or member ol the grand jury requested it ho would- t consider the advisability of sending the State militia to the county to preserve order and inforce the Sunday liquor laws Reports of the sale of intoxicat ing liquors at resorts just outside St Louis on Sundays are the causes of thee proposed investigation Here and There eThe mercury reached 108 at Miles City Mont Saturday The switchmen of the Delaware Lackawanna and Western railroad have appealed to President Roosevelt to in diftferences employes Failing this a strike will was killed near Be Hur Va by a shotgun mechanically arranged to shoot anyone entering Joh Wilsons ginseng patch Wilson had a notice posted warning intruders that the gun had been set Children yet unborn may rise up and call Hon Ed Croan blessed 95000 of the 12578788 collected through the operations of his dog tax law has been turned into the school fund The re losedest can to than to for educatingrthe youth of the State Frankfort Journal Rev I W Williams Testifies Rev I W Williams Huntington W Va testifies as follows This Is to certify that I Used Foleys Kidney Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am free to say that Foleys Kidney Kemedy will do all that you claim for It Stanfor Drug Co eGet my Book No4 For Women It will give weak women many val uable suggestions of relief and with strictly confidential medical advice is entirely free Simply write Dr Shoop Racine Wis The book No4 tells all about Dr Shoops Night Cure and how these soothing healing suppositories can be successfully applied to correct these weakness Write for the book The Night Cure is sold by Pen nys Drug Store The fellorf who hallooed for Bryan and was roughly handled by the so called Independence party ought to get something good if Bryan is elected They who suffer for righteousness sake should not lose their reward Frankfort JournalC- ONTRACTORAND RAre you going to build this fall T If so let me figure with you Work done satUfac orily Will Stone phone 84 I WANTED agent to sell buttons badge madaM and pictures of the presidential candidates of both parties Money can be made during tho cam paign at rallies barbecues picnics etc Write a postal for price list and free samples Addrcs J B Burrow roJ Fourth Ave Louisville Ky IThe function of the kidneys Is to strain out the impurities of the blood which is constantly passing through makespo bloodeTake Foleys Kidney Remedy and It will make you well Stanford Drug Coe Foleys Orlno Laxative the new laxative stimulates but does not Irritate It Is the best laxative Guaran teed or your money bacic Stanford Drug Co Business on the Square I I will be in Crnb Orchard thli summer and winter to teach on all kinds of musical In itrumenti Bntiifnctlon guaranteed 1HOKJIIATHON FOR SALE I llhode Island Ked Pullets and Cockerels Eggs from selected pens tl per IS Wild 1llInrdIuclt Kggs or young Ducks Call Sao J KDMIHTO Phone 7 Crab Orchard Ky STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE I I deslro to sell prhatelTm1Ipltlndld Itock of goods nt Is for the most part new and In a good salubl condition For further n call on oraddress H MKI1H- KKMs Htore Ky Jesse W Sweeney mOPBIXTOB Livery Feed and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky FOR SALE On between and IOSJAYIuot nt Imblit outcry to the best bidder my house mid lot situate on Crnb Orchard pike about inllvs from Htanford Hvv acres of land nICe young or chord and splendid cottage of are rooms good well nnd all necessary outbuildings right on pike clo e to schools churches te Thll property must go some one will get it bargain W W WAIIB Cooper Pennin toy J v Fire andLife Insurance r Representing old and established Cum ponies Odd Fellows Building Stan lord Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court W U Dlshon Im Vs Dan Durham Etc flits Notice of sale Pursuant to a Judgment ot the Lincoln Circuit Court the underslgbed commission er will on MONDAY AUOU8T 10 i1U Between nnd J p xn In hoar of the court houo door In Htnnlord Kentucky sell lit bIdderIed for the purpose of realizing the sum ot 1120 with per cent Interest thereon mom ofnstyled court Kenntlon and Htatlon pike It Is Gilbert bounded theEnitbythelandofJnekCn tor on the Moutbeot by the Morelnnd Htn Ion and Carpenters Htatlon turnpike and on the west by the lands of N J Cone und Will Hpratt and contains four acres more or toss The sale will he made on n credit of six months and for the purchase price the pur chaser will be required to give bond with approved personal security payable to the Commissioner and bearing Interest at the rate ot six per cent perannum from date of sale until paid GEQ B SAUFLEY M C L C C HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER I Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United States have not beard of the Oourler Journal Democratic to all things fair in all things clean in all things It Is essentially a family paper Dy a special arrangement we are enabled to otter the WEEKLY OOOBIEBOOBNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the combination to uaaot tc the CourierJournal The Truth Every person in this city who it suffering horn Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp ills ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fop external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE CAOL NOTICE The Coal Ynnlnt McKlnnry will handle U it N coal only Jelllco mind lean ville lllack lIal1 just tloleo II contract for rb carloads of the It N coal This coal will becoming In from July up to Oclobnr Now Ii thu time to Rev your coal 01 the price will advance one IMT cent each inoutl McKINNEY MI A FEED CO KO Mooch Mgr R E MORTON Livery and Feed Stable Kingsvlllo Ky Htable near Christian church pec In attention to traveling mm Everything new and Ilrstclass McKINNEY MARILE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturer of Granite and Marble Monuments HlrstCUs Work at tteatonatile Prices Onlce and Works McKinney Ky Shop closed on Halnrdoy A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I I will sell privately yfaun of Ian acres two milt from Htinford oil Danville pike good brick re Ulene j two tarns two cribs and other necessary buildings well easy wattrat TonnlVIIInot sold by October will offer to lilihei bidder Ins lUtuiu Hianford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form if Itching Skin or Scalp disease All 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 WhT buy readymade clothing when there 1110 IInle dllTlNn in the price ol ready- made suits and u suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I here a handsome line of Hprlng AHummergoods san make from a low price business suit to Ibe nnestdress suit Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I repent Is second to none HO ItUPLKY The Tailor tantor- dKyCONCRETING Wear In position to dc all kinds of con crating as Work IHTements and In fact we cnn make any timing from n house down to a fence post Wto cnn serve you and guarantee llrstrlais pricesbetore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Weak KidneysWe- ak Xl to weak kidney Nerves The Kidneys Illthe Uleart and the orranjUelfand strengthen them Dr Bhoopt KcstoraUn U a medicine sp eUlcallr Prepared to reach these controUlnf nerve To doctor the Kidnerf alone Is a wut ol time and ol moasy M well If your tuck aches or weak U the cite scalds or Is dark you hay symptoms ot Brtzhts or other distressing or dangerous kId dleuetgryDrShooplReAomhyamoothio ShoopsRestorative PENNYS DRUG STORE The State University Lexington Ky t The State University Lexington ten thefollowing courses namely Agrlcui torah Mechanical Civil Kn Klectrlinl Engineering Mining nglneeringClassienlandeven Holentino courses of over four year and leads toa Bachelors degree also a Department of Law and a Department of Education last has been established instead of the Normal School Persons who enter this department for advanced work In pedagogy and are granted n nacho elor subject when completed The Academy for preparatory Instruction U retained County appointees recleve tree tuition prIvilege of residence In the dormitories to- al traveling expenses If thuy remain ton consecutive monthorone coUtgl ate ear The laboratories mind museum are large well equipped comprehensive and modern Military Science Is fullj for as required by Congress The graduate In tho several courses of tudy readily and with liberal remuneration The total numborofnmtrie- futatefor last year was Each depart ment has a specialist at Us head with tho necessary number of assistants Young women find all excellent home will board and lodging In Patterson Hall wlllch II well tho modern conveniences bathroohlhull for physical culture lit 1800 per week All courses of tudy In the University are open to women on Identical conditions with those applying to malt The completion of the Agricultural lIn- Ing Knglneerlng Laboratory and Education buildings afford simple and commodious quarters for these departments which are Increasing in the num r of raatrlc elatesFor catalogues of obtaining appointments information regarding courses and terms of admlllion ap- JAMKS K PATTKIIHQK Ph DM LL D President or to D 0 Business Agent Term Begins Sept 10 IMS 4 Fair Weekr The Fairs are now on and wOe willlaalll go es pecially to our own and none us enjoy it unless we are both comfortably ahdfheatly dressed It doesnt take much nor many clothes to do this if judiciously selectJ ed A pair of Walkover or Manss Tan ora Patent Low Shoes A pair of Gauze Socks A Fountain Shirt in f white or his new Corn color with folding collar and a soft Fourinhand Tie AIBlue Serge or Tan TwoPiece Suit With Full Bloomer Cuff Bottom Trousers I A Panama or a Straw Yacht Hat black or tan Belt and if you will depend on us to fit you v out i You Will Be Dressed Well if Enough for any occasion H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY ItbOf Stanford Kentucky I Capital 501000100I Surplus 3333000 1 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER f JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPER f DIREOTORSIaJ B Owsle Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John P Cash J II Paxton Stanford W H i FflHGooch Gilberts Crqek 1 r pirs Tfational JunkI tStanford Jty t Oryanfjtuf JS82 Capital Sock ISo 000rSurplus and VncHviJtJ Profiti 1 9 000 i 3- has paid in 2t teantj since Organisation 2I500 ySnoiio lerls t OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John j McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Mat Cashr WWSaunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORLj a tl F Reid J H Daughmsn MID Elmore J M Peitui 1 S H Banghman J F CnmmiastS T Harris James Robinson I T P Hill tcII rj Summer Vacation Trips- IJUEENCRESCENTROUTE VIA j Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts iJ Summer Tourist Tickets Now On SaleeIf you Intend taking a trip fill out bUnk and mall for Information H C KINO C P A 101 East Main St Lexington Ky Name Actdrcu Destination 54i 4 f I r tThe Interior Journal STAMFORD KY Auo 4 1008 Et UARDO la a mild Ce cigar Ruaran teed clear Havana filled Try It upon our personal recommendation Ienny8I iDrug Storey THERE no better way to cool oft these hot daya than at Pcnnya Soda Fountain The Ico Cream Watt Is delicious and refreshing PERSONALS LITTLE SARAn COUMNEY Is quite sick Miss CYNTHIA HECK Is at Crab Orch ard JOHN OWBLEY REID spent Saturday In Is improving wo are glad to state MB A C VAUGHAN of Uarbourville was In Stanford Friday eMn A C SINE is in Hardin count working up Maccabees MRS J S RICE Is with her moths and slater at Cave City A H SEVERANCE was hero frog Corbin with his brother CECIL WILLIAMS and A R Humble of Somerset were hero Sunday MR W K WARNER and family hay moved to the rooms over J B Hlggins storeME8DAMES J F HOLDAM and W M Morris aro visiting Crab Orchard relatives MR ED PEYTON returned to Middles I boro yesterday accompanied by W T Smith MR AND MRS A J vADASis or Hustonvillc were hero with relative Sunday MR JAMES R HEAZLEY is at tho Harrodtburg fair with his tine string or horses CoL D W TninnLE of Richmond it quite sick at his sisters Mrs P P NunnelleyMR UKOWNSTEIN and wife or Louisville wore guests of the family or S Goldstein e JollS8 V PBARL AURIIOE spent lAst week with Lancaster friends and at I tended tho fair Mns WILL SIIBLTON who has been with Mrs Jesse Traylor returned to Corbln Saturday MRS CIIARLBS RICE and daughter of Livingston were the guests of Mr Wm Fields and family HORN to the homo of Mr and Mrs t Cabel Owens Wednesday night a boy Somerset Journal Mina TEVIS CARPENTER is at hazard Perry county with a party of mission aries from Lexington Miss FRANCES METCALK Is entertain log a large party of young ladles at her handsome home in Doyle MIss fascia UEAZLEY has returnee from a visit to her sister Mrs P C Sandidge in tho West End Miss LOUISE HOLUDAY of Adair Is vhltlng her cousin Miss Florence Car ter in the McCormack section MR J J McCALL who has beer I with his sister Mrs W I Hcrrin re turned to Hazel Patch Saturday MB SIIELTON M SAUFLEY wife and little son camo over from Frankfort Shelton Jr Is right sick 41HARRY ROBINSON and sister Mb Annie Robinson of Somerset are visit fag their uncle Mr Sam Robinson at MISSES BELSIE T AND EUSB ENCLE MAN left Saturday for Atlantic City Washington City and other points East JUDGE JAMES P BAILEY joined the Hustonville party to Russell Springs and will be gone 10 days or two weeks MR AND MRS JOHN GRAVES and Miss Pearl Smithers of Versailles art guests of Mr and Mrs E T Reazlcy PROF J W IRELAND is conducting the singing at the four county teachers Institute which is in session at Frank torLwE C WALTON wife and son Clal borne are stopping at Mr Sam Dam cronf near Olympian Springs for a BEDELLE CIIANCELLOR the a East Lad is at Burnslde with her daughter Mrs M E Pruitt who is quite ill- MRS JERRY SMITH of Jellico iswith her mother In the West End tier bus Jbsnd her spent several days of last week t Miss CLAUDIA EATON and Harris Coleman returned to Dell county yes t terday with Mr C R Coleman for a visitI GALUE of Tampa Fla wife at the home of her father Mr John Steele Carpenter in i the West End MESSRS G L CARPENTER Chas Adams and Smith T Powell of Huston yllle will leave Thursday for Atlantic City Washington City and other points ofinterestW OCII of Lincoln county is visiting the family of W R Gooch of this city Miss Susie Saunders of Stanford Is the guest of Mrs M C Williams Somerset Times Miss SALLIE COOKE loft for Nash vlllo Saturday to visit her sisters and brothers before returning to Pittsburg Pa Miss Lucy Lee Walton accompan ied her as far as Nashville where she will spend a couple of weeks MISSES SUSIE WILKERSON of Tem ple Texas Julia Carpenter of Mil lersburg and Lula and Lottie Kitchen I 1 of Ashland after a delightful visit to the Misses Engleman returned to their boat re yesterday and this morning f LOCALS TEN or 16 caps of honey for sale E HubbardREFRIGERATORaat closing out price at Farris ONE hayrako left will sell at a bar gain J L DcazleyeSEE our new stock of ranges jueL received Farris THRESHING coal Jellico doubt screened 8lc per bushel at Denhar Bros CARLOAD of nice Portland cement just received J M Phillips Stan ford FOR SALESaw and engine complete outfit J R Powell Stan ford LOST small silver watch on main street Reward Mary Della Stewart Stanford A BIO strong gentle horse for sal or exchange for pony Mrs W B McRobcrts 2t SEE tho New Stanford Drug Coi show window for box writing paper at reduced prices LOST a pair of bifocal spectacles In case Return to Dr L B Cook and receive reward GET your girl in a good humor A box of Wileys candy will do the work New Stanford Drug Co THE 1903 tax books have been madeI out and your taxes are due and settle T J hill sheriff THE partnership heretofore existin between J B Freeman and myself was dissolved July D H Goycn TunnY ANDERSON the well know Hubblo blacksmith is dead lie IlaurI vived by his wife and three children W S a B DENHAM are whole sale agents for the celebrated Rex coal Parties taking car lots given same price as dealers ANDERSON CARR colored caught two big rattle snakes which he would like to sell to some one who likes lIuch things for pets FOR SALFEntlre tock goods consisting of groceries meat cooler and butcher tools East Main St Stanford J D Higgins QUARTERLY court was in session yesterday with Judge J S Owsle presiding Several orders were made and that was the only business transacted FOR SALE Stock of merchandise and fixturesabout 2000for sale In good Lincoln county town and doing nice business Write or phone this of flee EVFRY democrat the shout come to town next Monday and rake part in the convention that will nomi nate Robert H Coffey for jailer B on hand DURING the atedterm you had better clean up your premises You will prevent typhoid fever and other dreaded diseases from invading your home Attend to it at once SOME BEANS Squiro W L Dawson carrier on Rural Route No2 is the boss bean raiser Ho brought us in sample the other day that measured 421 inches in length Who can beat that Miss MILDRED COSilY of Danville won the dress offered by the Create r Southern Shows to the most popula young lady She got 2400 votes Her closest opponent was Miss Lettie Walk or McKinney IN answer to a ntlyseked ques Lion we will state that the sheep lay was not changed by the last Genera Assembly We are requested to state that tho Auditor has decided that here after no money must be refunded 01I dead dogs THE great Danville Fair begins Wed ncsday and continues over Saturday An exceedingly liberal premium lis has been arranged and purses bid enough to bring good racers are hung Ladies are free the first day WednesdayiL D BAKER of Springfield showed his good string of horses here had tho misfortune to get his harness stallion badly injured at the Lancaster fair The horse reared up and falling back broke his tall so badly that it is feared it will ruin the animal TilE work of concreting the various streets in Stanford is progressing nice Iy Logan Avenue first received at cntion and a good lot of it has been put down Danville Avenue is being graded preparatory to concreting The Improvement will add greatly to both the comfort and appearance of Stan ordKtNadirs Allio King wife of Mr ames C King is dead at Norman kin She was a daughter of the late eorge King of tho East End and moved with her husband to Oklahoma a number of years ago She had been In failing health for some time The burial occurred in the Odd Fellows Jemetery at Norman PONY phaeton for sale W 0 Walker Stanford JUST IN carload of Pioneer Wire Fence E T Pence Rex truly kinK of coals Costa a little more but what a difference A sample will convince you DenhamI Dros PHILLIPS BROS have been awarde tho contract to do a big Jot of concrete work at Mt Vernon They know how to do it I THE creditors of Mrs L Jane Cloy are requested to file their claims with me verified as required by law J B Paxton Executor ON account of continued ill health 1 desire to sell privately my entire sloe of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper THE society the Presbyterian church will have a call meet- Ing In the lecture room of that churcl at 4 oclock Friday afternoon All la dies of the church are cordially invitee to be present I FOR SALEMy splendidly Improve farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Ilustonvil pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford KyAuToMonILesMessrs Sever S ancq and John Owslcy Reid have each purchased a handsome automobile and from now on Stanford will buzz from an auto standpoint This makes thre machines for Stanford Clever Mr J gentleIman fortunate enough to own one There are several more people contcm plating getting machines in Stanford and before long they will be as this as fleas MRS FRANK WALTON of Cincinnati and Mrs T S Webb of Knoxville who are visiting in Stanford were guests of honor at a beautiful receJ Lion given by Mrs George L Penny at her homo on Danville Avenue Thursday afternoon from four to six oclock The homo presented a lovely scene large bowls of cheery yellow cannas and vases of roses were disposed about the rooms in an artistic manner The dining room was brilliantly lighted and a color scheme of white and green was effectively carried out in the decorations and refreshments Tho refresh ment table was beautifully appointed being bare of cover it had in Its center a handsome embroidered piece upon which was a cut glass vase of Bride roses Candelabra held candles shaded In green and pretty dishes of bonbons and cakes completed the effect Deli cious ices moulded in macaroons fancy cakes mints and salted nuts were served The time was spent in pleasant conversation and all left further con vinced of the charming powers of Mrs Penny as a hostess THE herald had the following in Its writeup of the leads of louses spin through the Blue Grass Stanford managed to keep the revel ers out as late as had Cynthlana The seat of Lincoln county did her best to show the Heads of Houses that Ken tuckians are KentuckIans in all portions of the State and that the Dlue grass howdy is as warm asthe Blue gross heart A reception followed the speaking and because he had referra in glowing terms to The Herald Secre tary of State Ben L Brunerhad one of the finest experiences of his trip lie had told tho people of Stanford of The Herald and found that the home town of Sam Severance and Shelton Saufle knew the paper and appreciated it Af ter the speaking was over Miss Clan Cooper a Lincoln county belle who won The Heralds popularity contest some time ago came up to the secrets ry and told him she was for The Her aid too Monte Burd Sam P Jones and a lot of other Louisville men then sought an introduction to the beautiful girl on the ground of a common feeling and it was not long before the townspeople were watching the little group who were having the time oft their lives A sister of Miss Cooper who went to teach school in Idaho had The Herald sent to her all the time Thats what they think of it in Stanford ICHURCH MATTERS Rev C C Wilsons meeting at New Hopowell near East result ed in 10 additions The C W B M will meet in the lecture room of tho Christian church Wednesday afternoon at 230 Rev J Murray Taylor was given a leave of absence by the Baptist church at a month instead of a week as our types made us say last issue Rev D M Walker writes from Itanceburg that ho is gaining health md strength and hopes to be in his pulpit at the Christian church before very long Rev S M Logan is conducting a series of meetings at the Presbyterian church at Wilmore His brother J V Logan 15 conducting the singing Highlandtillrations are already being made for the occasion Rev J R Howes of Bar ourville will preach the dedicatory sermon If you do not see your clear to attend and would like to help a good cause send your offering in time for name to be on the oil to Mr John A Butt or Mrs C II Young Waynepburg Ky MATRIMONIAL Ollie Singleton aged 21 and Mill Nancy Shelton 18 were made one at G W Shelton last week At Blanchfield Ill John Hays a widower of 65 with eight living children and Mrs Jennie Branch 62 and the mother of nine children were united in wedlocks holy bond If You Wan to Keep Postec on Political Do ings Subscribe for the Entuc y StateJournal The best Demo cratic Daily ir Kentucky Write for Price and Par ticulars tow Pr WALTON Frankfort Ky Bank Stock For Salea As Executer of Mr L J Cloyd I will In front of the court house In Btnnford Ky nt about 2 1111 on 61ON DAY AITQ 10th leecounty court day over for ml at public outcry 15 shares of the capital stock of tin National llnnkof Iluttonvllle J Chandler nuo J B Paxton Exor Danville Board Trade 223 E Main Street Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions p stock bought for cash or carried on mar gene our execution guaranteed latlifac lory lluilnett confidential and private Telephone 811 E Tennetseo for markets DANVILLE BOARD TRADE On my hotel and nearly everything In It was destroyed by fire but I wee fortunate In having a policy for prcer with Mr Mabony the inturnncv man of Htiiufordand today Juit four dayi after the fir the adjuster came and settled with me In full Hut for the persistency of Mr Mabttay and till kindness In waiting on lilt for the premium I woul snot have hud s dollars insurance I want publicly ttthiiiik hint and the Oleni Fall Inurana Co for their prompt and satisfactory settle ment DiasCOKisa MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 The Remedy that Always Cares ZEVIO It ttcofnlxcd II tkt meet Lootn sad ZEti to4n IMitlr rcllm tot pcildttlr sal pens Gtnllr HIM Ectcmt t 4 til lukltt skip 4MU t Gel teal to4ir All OiDlM Wlllt lot tuple iwaesededkBreraSt1asL PRESTON 922 ivoino nvegahedhowuceO winning at all the Kentucky fairs and also at the horse snows at Louisville t Louis and Kansas City He is a brown hone with black points 15JJ hands high with fine style and very high action Hired by Washington 64 Flat dam Dell by Hboderlck lot Hecond dam by Denmark It Is useless to commend him as the people of this and adjoining counties know his record as a show horse and also for breeding lurposes He will make the season of at my tta bleln Urab Orchard at16tointurea living con Will keep mare on grass at ti per month but not responsible for accident or cape of stock Bullion due If mare Is trod ed or parted with JO BAILEY crab Orchard KY Beaton of stew SAMPSON This young Jack will make this season at- my farm where I live Ube H H Baughman fann mile Mouth of Htanford on the Horn rset pike at 110 to Insure mare colts and to Insure horse colts I consider Hampton great brooding lack All of hit last year were extra I showed two of them at afford Lancaster and anvlllo fairs and ran both 1st and 2nd premium in colt rings 01 e to 10 entries nt all three fairs also wont In the sweepstake ring at Lancaster the onlY fair that gave a sweepstake Eight of hll1OJ colt and four of his 1008 colts are now on my farm to show for themselves will appreciate any mores sent to hint and sure you will not regret sending- J H BAtTGHMAN Btonlord Ky Plume tt Timc x 6- L 0 U We will allow you to take the discount off of these desirable goods until lug 8th WaistsYou can still take onefourth off the price of our elegant line of lingerie waists Another extra waist or two can be bought very cheap SkirtsYou 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 sear son grows older and many desirable ones are1f on sale SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY I Bargains il Parasols F As the Summer is nearly gone let us save you some money We have a few White and Fancy Parasols left Your choice at cost Long Gloves at 10 per cent discount through the month of August See our Fancy Collars and Neckwear Dont forget International Tailoring at TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI NEW Stock Buggies Runabouts Etc t Just in Ready for the FaireCall and see us r I + weH HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky a hc Ji4gi9r Journal JrlaleridM 1M pI4O a1 MaNn egd itlaN melkr- pbeaztaazD TUnyll AND rJUDAI- BAT 100 PER YEAR CASH VWhem not to paid 1100 will be charged 1 L Si N TIME TABLE No JlHoath lltllp M No13 Houth UttM p Ko II North 431 A x No n North 218 P x JOS Se RICE Agent B D CARTER Now Llverv Depot Stroot Phone 90 ATANFORDKENTUCKY 10 REWARD IFFor the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon my arm day or or 4oluK injury to tock In traveling the pub lic highways or Injury to stock from the t lands of pronto ThU reward refers to last present and future I also over a peo- Jol rewardof for pnrtlcularsee me- I also offer two epeclni P and liWeacbJOOarpenter A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owdey Building For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland SIA Friend In Need Is AFrlend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in chilling Tobacco Barn talk with Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRAOC MARS I I11111 COPYRIGHTS DESIGNS ticIAnyone sendingasketrhanddescription may ealrll ascertain oar oplon free wbether an Intuition probable pat Coramonlm Uooiitrtctlreunodentlal HANDSMKon latentGent free Olclot turner torecumnapstetn- raients taken lunn A to receive gerlal HORS wllhoutcharge in the Scientific jflticrican hndtomelr llltmlrilM we Mf Trgnt elr eolation of any rlentlflc Journal Termalla iri four Inantb tl 14111 all ntwdralera MUNN Coaatllrosdssy New York Hranch umce G2 Bt Wubtngton At JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ere Afro Dealers in Fur nituro MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for till Kinds of Stock Give t Them a Call Prices Right IKENTUCKYi J C McClary e Jndertakor Eb Jrnr and Qeaier In r TR2r i urv OffieePlion UT HomeJPhone M FAqURS DEPARTMENT Wa tJgraM for 25 cffe Hugh ReM Sutoford FOR SALE75 barrels of corn Geo 0 Spoonamore Preacheraville it Clarence LeBus of Cynthlana sold 521000 pound export cattle at Cc FOR SALE20 1000 pound cattle L P IiFORdown bucks extra Rood ones Thomas Metcalf Danville The Mason County Society of Equity will distribute 300000 among the to bacco growers of that county I want to buy 1000 mule colts and yearling mules See or write me before you se1l B G Fox Danville 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 Blcklev Stanford Ky FOR SALE1G extra good yearling IIweighingJr Paint Lick FOR SALEA lot ofseed wheat Red variety If taken by Aug 15 will sell at Ready for sowing James McKechnie Lancaster R n No2 phone 184 S FOR SALE15 twoyear old mules nine mares and six horses Will sell in pairs or to suit purchaser Some of the mules are broke to work J WI Hughes Moreland Ky FOR SALE Cross between Oxford and Southdown buck lambs and a few aged bucks This makes a great cross Also a few pure bred Southdowns Henry Baughman Huatonville Ky HUNGRY TEh GOSPEL My Bi ble was stolen from the office at Valley View while out for dinner I certainly believe in Foreign Missions but I fear we are neglecting the home fieldI Whenmen are so hungry for the Gos pel that they will steal it we need to open oureyes The one who lifted this Bible certainly means reformation 1IGood for Valley View One man has made the good start This man believes in being preparedunto every good work Kentucky never was in the rear nor does she ever expect to be found aback number If there is a great difference between Lincoln and Madison counties it I believe lies in this point Madison is more concerned afout the Wallace V WilkinsonI IN NEIGHBORINGCOUNTIES Knight Lowry aged 81 is dead at ilmoreIjudge H Falkenburg the oldest citizen of Jamestown is dead The G As R s will hold a threeday reunion at Woodstock beginning Thurs dayAn attempt was made to assassinate Sheriff J R Keen of Cumberland aunty Ashby M Davis of Jeffersonville Ind died In Danville where he was visiting a brother Mrs Mary Langford aged 70 is dead n Rockcastle She was themother of the noted Elza Langford Allen W Davis was shot to death at Lexington Uy F T Florian Florian claims that he shot in self defense- A threeyearold child of Charles K Johnson of Henry county was killed by the explosion of a can of coal oil Mrs Martha Schooler Is dead In Garrard aged 70 She was the mother of Mesdames Willis Adams of Mt Vernon and Jack Adams of Lancaster Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 Winchester Aug 4 4 days Russell Springs Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 5 3 days Lexington Aug 10 5 days Burkesville Aug 11 14 days Brodhead Aug 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbouryille Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 1 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days t A Revelation It is a revelation to people the severe cases of lung trouble that haVe been cured by Foley Honey andTar It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs L M Rugbies Reasnor Iowa writes The doctors said I had consumption and 7 got no better until I took Foloy8 Honey and Tat It stopped the hemorrhages and pain In my lungs and they are now as sound as a bullet Stanford Drug Co The Brighton Beach Racing Association which concluded a racing meet a the Brighton track on Wednesday wa indicted by the Kings county grand furyon thecharge of aiding gamblers to violate the new antl gambling laws Best The rid Affords IIIt gives the unbtf unde4 pleasure t recommend Blltklent Arnica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill fo C Iapffconvlnced Its the Ies- ealvetheworld affords It cured felon on my thumb and It never Falls iY al ever sore1Tfribvtdp n t wh 1 Ilapihi25cumriYsDrug Store IA fireman on the ii hp Horde taken to the Swinburne Ielea fretsIIt Cant Be Beat The befit of all teachers Is expo lenco C M Harden of Silver City North CaroUna 8I1YS l find Elec trio Bitters docs all thats claimed for it For Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles It cant be beat I have tried lit apcfflndtt a most excellent modi cine Mr Harden Is right It is the best ol all medicines also for weak ness lame back and all run down con ditlons Best too for chills and ma tarts Sold under guarantee at Pen nys Drug Store SOc A Cincinnati dispatch says Frank Englehart of Guseman W Va and Elizabeth Evans of Worthville Ky looked each other over in Cincinnati today in order to decide whether they wilt marry The man Is willing but the woman hesitates saying she wants first to the approval of her brother who Is coming from Worthville to have a look The couple started their courtship by correspondence two years ago At noon they were in a restaurant cat Ice cream and awaiting the brother from Worthville Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops itching and destroys the germ that cause akin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently wed by this remarkable Druggists Write for sam pie EW Roe Med Co SuLcniiStMo Pennys Drug Sto- reAdorinas FoxIs n hnndiome largo young Jersey null descended from n and unbroken line of tilt most noted bulls and cows on the Is land Knalnnd and Amerira Ills 1I11flOrltdnnd blteveLlkesome Ancestor wad have n cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice lie will be allowed to servo a limited number of approved registered rows out side of our own herd this yrnr for a fee of each Make engagement Iwforo sending cow to bo bred UKII AOTTKH Telephone Htnnford Ky N HWe have to offer three extra choice bull culvc that will be sold at right prim Choice Goods Foaled January 110fl black with white point 131 bnmti Hired by Wamler72uund out of rhennult Jennet 6J7 Wonder wile ulrvd by llelknnp he by Imporld lielknap Choice Oood lIdaD U by Jumlio In ported He Will bred by Qharle Chf nnult grentIn- dlvidual na Huinner county Tunn and li n He wren the blue tie In the NWWP itnko ring at the Htnto fair nt NatbTlllenml hay inniiy maN blue UI te his credit HltI Oliolce uootlir before you breed Ho will One Jcnn ti nt 20 nnd Mare nt 110 to In aunt llvln colt Will stand two other Jeckaat10to mature living colts alto stand the magnificent draft itM lIon Ueprge Herr Insure a living colt 31 H1IA JOIIJIAN MlanCord Ky Chester S This so1 of Chester Dare will make the pnfuonl nenson at my barn IW mile froze McKlnneyon McKinney and Mlddleburg pike at HO to Insure u llvlnir colt DKSCUIPTIOX AND VEnianRE He is a bluck with star In foreheud Id hands high with all the style and Ilnlin eiutmeteritic of the Ohrster Pure family n good acting horse and n proven breeder Hee him b fore hooking your inure If youaru looking for n good breeder nt living price Hired tiy Ohes ter Dare lat dam by Telegraph and dam by Hippy by MnnibrlnoC- hiefChester Peavine 3184 ABHU In olTerlng the senLe of this young stale Mon to thepublltIdonuthelbttq to say he is the bat NrtdsaddiestallionlhAt will he offered for year as his breeding will show Hired by Ilex 1allIe J1P be by Ilex Moltonald KB lit dam Miss Madison IfftS she by Chester Pare 2nd dam by Teavine U more extended odl This IIlIddllljborll4vine crosses toHtonewull Jackson once HlulrrIlwcorInil With tho style and Dare the stamina and how can he brood wrong Ills sire Ilex 1111 vine produced three chant lonshi of last Jenr In Edna Mne Mnttle hales and May Diiy Nee and bred to him If you want the best Will serve it limited number of mares at 125 to Insure a living cult At the sumo time and place will stand three as Rood mute Jacks as can bu found In the eountrypt the low price or 9 to Inure IlvlJ1 colt Jbneyduewtthalllho above advertised when colt Is foaled or when more leaves hand of owner at time of service or bred to other stock All care taken to pre vent accidents but mn responsible should any occur Urns ut reasonableprice- 1t tWU DOKKMcKlnn Ky u t rtfadl Farm For Sale I Situated on Bomr t pike four mil from Stanford Uontalni 190 acres Good residence and abundant outUOuM Ja goer repair For further particular uatl at thl olttoe Partner Wanted Partner to furnish the mOllu for and tako HpllcehaveInforhrtlonbyaddreesingJohnM V Thur lUau Htlntord Hlgn Writing Draper and House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY interior FrescoOreln- ingEte MCKINNEY KY MASONS MEET Uncoln Lodi NoM FA A Mwlll meet In stated communication on each nrt am third nights of each month at 7i3- 1oblocklnthelrhnllonMain street Htan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are Ira PennyWPOSTED strictlyforblapassing on ourplaces slid wllllrosccutt vi olators to the full extent of the law rIlIfraHttn lon lira Hpoonamore P W Carter Men Ilnrtln- M K Lawrence lIeubtln Curtis JItliocker J M IVttus T A Rice Morgan Csai- Anmndt poll Hchaeffer irren Kerrll JI Holttclaw OW lUsty Mrs J F I Pulllam IulllnntItPeter Katherine Ador MesserA Paxton Ashley OllInnoll James N Cash JMevlnCartt O M Back Joseph Hullo M II Lytle Mrs Jas talnaJ BOatnenlsch Dr J nlnl1 enhr Mrs Rebecca Carpenter W PMartin AJiFrye J If Thompson Thomas Jas It Hkldmore David Burton J It hunch MI IllchairUon Krnst Mill lattle Hewes Itclchonlxioh Eros Fred VonClruengan U Kntlnrs Albert VjunOruengan ATTraylor Illburn N H riuinmer Fred Bnumann lllebard Heiter Owsley Dunn Henry Hester iLONunnellayWC JIJarII J W llaugbninn Hprnlt1YuhoochI n UndflrwoodtHonnMriiUryUnirei John 31 Carter MariliiAtcorn John Camenlicb WmCordler nan Tray Inc M U Inure Mrs N Ooode IJ K Tale David Htevens John JUfer It 0 Durham W3itout lotllbOllck Fred Handorf Adeline Crnlg ChristIan Jacob J Tbolllpon II M Andernon J F Mo er Mr and Mrs Ja II Fad A Klbnsa Mrs N J Morton JJKIIIott Mrs Oeo Ixignn Mrs Mary Hufmann Win Fields W It Daugherly Central Kontuokv Real Estate Exctianfc TITLE CO J 9 flOacres otWaynesburg pike near Highland 6room er outbuildings nice orchard Tbls rt pttr ty Is near and achool house Is well worth the price UNII No IIW acres elks Houth of Crab Or hardontho Htute road has n twostory house good barn orchard and Is well water rt1 about III acres of this land Is bottom land nisi produces tine crops twrgalnat Al cash balance In one and two years NoaII1acrel on hunk Creek near Way nesburg troom house barn other out mtldlnas plenty of water Cash price p JAo1Ui acres near Level Green Hock stle county Ky This farm has n new ttory frame house would cot to build now ifltt good barn crib Ac located near ihurch and school This Is a nice home Duel anbolioughtfortlO pur acre S cash re uolnderln It months No ISS acres adjoining the above farms 100 acres In on of I roouuj good barn and otheroutbulldlngs nlca or of the be eoun- ty7prlcepiOO balf caabbalance and tyear No dtut acres adjoining tams No and I acres In cultivation balance In limo her Good white oak hickory end some line radar Tins xstory log hue and good orob ird well watered Cash price F UM No1too acres near Maretsburg KyHo kcrrsln cultivation good dwelling bou barn and necessary outbuildings tine water and school church and It It station Price 3610 4cash balance In one and two year- Noe111 acres near Oouway Ky nearly nil of this farm Is bottom land flue for corn ind dwelling boulelle barn and other building on county road 8 lilies from Berea College Cash price IV xloNoDttilacre on Drake trom Crab Orchard This farm n adjoins the pike and U n part of the Oeo Kvans farm TIlII Is line land and In good condition all necessary buildings Is a bargain at- sro per acre No 10TH acres near Htnnford Ky in nice with necessary bUlldlngeta U8mollelI to alt the bove farms see or write li It Hughes or lames I White Htanford Ky Attend The Great RockcastIe COUP Y Fair AT BRODHEAD AUgust 12 13 14 Liberal Premiums Ballon Ascensions DayBR H Hamm 9eeJohn Robins SecI lit ir t v t m ftwt e lIlDt p maq fn m the Best and P- urttRrug Gall me- a i r r 4t4rI W B MeRobewts fjq e l- aTANOD nKENTUCKY MGGBSf scow I SEPT 1415 161 18 19 19O8 Six BIG DAYS DALLY IACES 25OOO IN PREMIUMS WBBESS aAND SIDE SHOWS FREBArTRAcrION0 Here is the place to display your live stock and farm products to meet your J and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain 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