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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a I THE INTERIOR JOURNALrj VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 7 1908 No4 TilE LA TE EDITOR F J CAMPBELL Who was brave flatness and always the champion of the right against the It wrong an uncompromising democrat publisher of truth yet thoughtful of the unfortunate lover of homo rind State A good man gone Peace tot his ashes t t Sizes HlmUp Right The editor of the Switzerland Ind Democrat hat Powers and his alders and abettors down fine ai this article shows The Democrat desires to compliment the Madifon Chautauqua management on its good sense and sound judgment In cancelling the engagement of Caleb Powers for Aug 8 The people of In diana do not want a Gultenu or n Czol Koiz masquerading her platforms in the KUlic of a martyr pouring out his tale of woe Chautauqua platforms are designed for such entertainments as look to the betterment of mankind In general where ideals of a higher life are depict ed Then why should a man charged with one of the foulest and bloodieit murders ever committed be given such an opportunity to rehearse his story to tanoutraged public after being saved from the gallows and State prison by the intervention of a political friend with an official pardon 1 l 4Itshould not bo forgotten that Caleb Powers was thrice convicted by a jury f of his peers and bya unanimous ballot too and the fourth trial resulted in a hung jury It should not be forgotten too that the three reversals Uf this caso by the court of appeals and Howards too 4weresimply on technicalities and in no 1 on the merits of their cases and these too strictly along political lines Caleb Powers owes his liberty to this i influence of his political friends and not to any sense of justice Ho was con t 1vlcted upon hIS own evidence and that friends and associates who were mixed up in this affair with him at the timeWhere is his brother John Powers Where has he been since the firing of the assassins bullet 1 Why has ho notI S been faithful and loyal to his brother hoi1 places and positions after Gov Gocbel had been shot down by the assassin 7 Why not present during his long and J tedious trials confinement in tho soy eral prisons where ho was kept for over aovon long years 7 No he too is a fugitive from justice I lie was indicted for complicity In this crime by a Franklin county KY grand jury Ho was in tho Secretary of States office as chief clerk of his brother when t the trouble occurred TTaylor did not Wm S Taylor GovM appear to testify for Caleb 1Powers 7 presentin his office next to that of tho Secretary of State when the assassin found his way into Powers Ioffice and fired tho fatal shotIGov Beckham Judge Stout and States Attorney Franklin promised Taylor absolute protection and even- twent so far as to offer the services of a company of regular soldiers to meet him at the Ohio river escort him to Georgetown and back to Indiana and x vIguard and protect him while testifying bd attending the trial Allothls Taylor declinedand now that Kens I s a Ikh a republican governor Tay State not return to his homo in his The people of Indlann too would be glad to be relieved of tho cloud hanging Stateff Taylor and Finley hero Lot Gov Will promiseIof these men to their native State and let them prove their innocence of the charges against them before they as sumo to permanent citizenship here ulltyIown no cause of complaint at the hands o the court ORCHARD Mrs Roy Garner sold a cow to Robt Thompson for 50- lOur farmers are taking advantage of tho dry weather and are baling their hay Dr John Cooper is with C A Redd Morris Harris of Louisville is at the bedside of his mother who is critically ill Ida oldest daughter of David New land Is very Ion of consumption at Vinccnnes Ind Miss Mary Severance Is very sick Mrs Elam who has been sick so long is still confined to her bed Louis Morgan and Wilson Napier have typhoid fever Miss Stella Knowland of Cedar Creek who has been ill is improving Mr George Lyne Sr father of our druggist has returned to lien derson after a visit to his son Mr and Mrs Underwood of Springfield Mo are guests John King Bailor Holtz claw has a new boy at his home Mrs John Stevens and daughter Mrs Eu banks are visiting friends here OtTENHEIM The recent rains have revived hope in our formers very considerably Wheat has turned out reasonably well around hero and Southof this place lit is very good This seems to be a good rattje snake year as there have been a half dozen or more killed in this section Deputy Sheriff Gooch was in this sec tion trying to catch a law breaker but at last accounts had not succeeded Mr Peter Carter will address the peo plo at Pine GroVe church on the second Sunday in August Subject The Lords Supper Everybody is invited N Butt has moved his saw mill onI M Adams place where he and Russell Dillion have bought a large tract of timber They are now ready businessMrs Chandler Is visiting her daughter Mrs Charley Kerr at Kirks vlllo Wm Landgraf was elected school trustee for this district to the satisfaction of all the patrons Pain anywhere stopped In 20 minutes sure with ono of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets The formula Is on he 25cent box Aok your Doctor or Druggist about this formula Stops womanly pains headache pains anywhere Write Dr Shoop Racine Wis for free trial to prove value of his Headache or Pink Pain Tablets Sold by Pennys Drugstore NEWS NOTES Preston T Potter one of Warren countys oldest and bestknown citi zens is dead Three men were killed in an explosion at the Knickerbocker colliery near Shenandoah Pa Branson Howard the dramatic died at Avonbythesea N J of heart failure lie had been ill for several weeksWinfield Scott Smyth known to edu cators throughout the country as publisher of school text books died at South Haven Mich The Throckmorton Hotel at Mays vil le was burned The proprietress of the hotel had 4000 concealed under a carpet in ono of the rooms which was destroyedGov has offered a reward of IiOO for tho apprehension and conviction of the leader and chief officer and the officers next in authority to him of the night riders in the Hopkinsvillc raid the Princeton raid and the Rus sellvillo raid James Kelley of Paducah shot and killed Link James and probably fatally wounded Miss Eva Sleeter meetin them on the road near Metropolis III when they were out buggy riding Kel ley killed himself after shooting his rivaland the girl J B Brasher editor of the Madison yule Journal and Jack Shanks a nonunion contractor engaged in a fight which resulted in Shanks receiving a number of ugly gashes about the face Shanks it is said attacked Brasher striking him in the face and knocking him back severalleetIGeorge Pettibone for years prom nent in the councils of the Western Federation of Miners and charged with President Moyer and former Secretary Haygood of complicity in the murder of former Governor Steunenberg of Ida ho died in St Josephs Hospital a Denver from the effects of an operation for cancer Rufus Browder the Negro slayer of James Cunningham was Indicted on the charge of willful murder Ills at torneys entered a motion for a change of venue at Russellvillc and testimony in support of the motion will be heard next Monday The trial will not be called before August 12 and Browder will remain in jail at Louisville anti then In all probability Gov Willson will send a guard of militia with the Negro when he is returned for trial m establishedf a Mexico Attention Asthma Sufferers I Foley 8 Honey and Tar will give immediate relief to asthma sufferers and has cured many cases that had refused to yield to other treatment Foloys Honey and Tar fs the best remedy for coughs colds and all throat and lung trouble Contains no harmful drugs New Stanford Drug Cop IAccording to n report made to th Secretary of State by the Auditor there was in the State Treasury on July 31 7278947 in the sinking fund 34623712 in the school fund and a de ficit of 20990596 in the general ex pense fund leaving a net balance of 200050 63- Served an cOlTeO the new coffee substitute known to grocers evory where nil Dr Snoops Health Coffee will trick oven a coffee expert Not a grain of real coffee In it either Pure jicalthful toasted grains malt nuts etc have been so cleverly blended ns to give a wonderfully satisfying cof fee taste and flavor And It is made In a minute too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Pennys Drug- Store TilE colored teachers institute met Monday at 10 tin u in tho First Baptist church with Supt G Singleton presid ing After giving an interesting talk ho presented the efficient conductor Mrs L B Sneed of Louisville who delivered an excellent address in which she outlined the work for the week and gave splendid suggestions as to how this work should be prepared Miss Elizabeth Broaddus was elected secre tary The roll was called and the fol lowing teachers responded Profs J F Owens R C Durham and F L Stepp Dra Charles Snced and WD Tardif Misses Estella Jarman Clara LackeyRosa Ross J A Reid Rebecca Logan Georgia Cowen and L V Hud son Mesdames A V Haynes Mary Owens A H Tardif T E Stepp The following assignments fdr the week were made The Training of Percep tionDr Tardif PhysiologyDr C Sneed and Mrs Reading Mrs StepptLanguagoCOmposltlonM1lITardlt Geography Prof Stepp Primary Canfa HUBBLE IMost all the wheat here has been threshed but the yield is not so good in 9 previous years Mrs J W Anderson wishes us to thank the people here for their kindness during her recent bereavement There is much sickness in this com munity and our hustling physician Dr Hickie Is kept busy day and night On a count of repairs there were no services at the Christian church last inatenor of the church beautified with a new coat of paper and expect to have everything in readiness for the pro tracted meeting which is set for Sept 6th After an Illness of about two months Mr J W Anderson our clever blacksmith way called to his reward Friday morning He had been in declining- health for a year but dfd not until recently that the end was near He was buried at the Fork church was a member of the Christian chore and was a good kindhearted man sympathy goes out to the broken home circle where his loss is felt so deeply coongty a rm gall of Somerset is with his daughter Mrs Sloan Robert Hutchison who has resided here for some time has moved his family to Lexington Mr Hutchison made many friends while i this community and we regret to give these good people up Haven McBeath and wife have returned from a visit td Somerset Miss Grace Deering orI Lexington is the guest of Miss Flonnie Hammond Mrs James McKechnle on s the sick list Mr Luther Givens and wife of Harrodsburg spent sever al days wth Mr B W Givens and family Miss Cora Goode of Huston ville is with Misses Effie and Nettle Miller DHEADtA fine rain fell Tuesday night and the threatened drouth is broken Dave Hurt the section foreman was taken very sick Wednesday and had to bo brought in on his hand car Tho election for school trustee here was a hot one creating more excite ment than a county race Granville Owens deflated John Robins 23 votes- A little child of Mr Renner died Sunday and was buried Monday Dave Bilcher continues to improve Mrs Stevens of the Sayers neighborhood is better In a recent issue of the I J mention was made of some beans that measured 42 inches Now Mr Editor be honest just how many of those beans did it take to measure 42 inches 7 Could it not bo possible that they were the old fashioned yard peas 7 We have been wanting to tell about a snake being killed near here but were afraid The fair is all the talk now and the way things look it will be the best ever held here The free attractions are larger and better than ever before a balloon ascension each day at 1 oclock giveseenjoyment and other attractions not seen before will be on hand The Red Mens band of Barbourville will fur nish the music Weak women Should read my Book No4 for Women It tells of Dr Shoops Night Cure Tells how these soothing healing antiseptic suppositories bring quick and certain help The nook is free Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Pennys Drug Store Former Senator Wlllla Lindsay of Kentucky delivered the principal ad dress of the Virginia Bar Association at Hot Springs For Sore Feet- I have found Bucklens Arnica Salveto be the proper thing to use for sore feet as well as for healing burns sores cuts and till manner of abra sions writes Mr W Stono of East Poland Maine It Is the proper thing too for piles Try It Sold under guar antee at Pennys Drug Store l5c a p A 300000 fire swept Midway Six warehouses and 47000 barrels of whisky were consumedIAugust time tolls on the nerves But that spirit less no ambition feel ing can be easily and qulcky altered by taking what is known by druggists everywhere us Dr Shoops Restorative Within 48 hours after beginning to use tho Restorative Improvement will be noticed Of course lull health will not Immediately return The gain however will surely follow And best of all you will realize and feelI strength and ambition as It Is returning Outside Influences depress first the Inside nerves then the stomach Heart and Kldndys will usually fall Strengthen these foil- Ing nerves with Dr Shoops Restora tive and see how quickly health will be yoUrs again Sold by Pennys Drug- StOre Attend The Great Rockcastle County Fair AT BRODHEAD August 12 13 14 Liberal Premiums Ballon Ascensions Each Day Sece irSummer Clothes atlAlmost Zero Prices 820 00 Mens Suits inthe latest styles at 81393 16 50 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1108 1008n12 50 liens Suits in the latest styles at 948 10 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 748 7 50 MeneJSuits iu the Irtcst styles at 548 V 84 00 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 83 25 3 50 Mens Oxford Shoes inall leathers at 298 3 00 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 2 48 2 50 MensTOxford Shoes in nil leathers at 200 83 00 Ladies Oxford Shoes in nil leathers at 82 25 2 50 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 08 2 00 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers nt 1 48 1 75 Lndie8 Oxford Shoes in nil leathers at 138 1 50 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 25 All Misses nud Childrens Oxford Shoes go at prices like the above Come and see our goods before you buy Our lost is your gain SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc Casey county Fair INCORPORATED AT LIBERTY KY I AUG 26 27 and 28 1908 OFFICERS C H BARTLE President D R BROWN Vice President JASON WESLEY Sec Treas MUSIC BY STORMS MILITARY BAND Liberal Premiums in all Rings Write for Catalogue I If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts Business on the Square I will be InCrnb Orchard lids summer and winter to teach on all kinds of musical in struments Satisfaction guaranteed lItO JJNltION FOR SALE I OockerIEggsMallard nook Egg or young Duoks Call Rnd lee them tn1YJRnxtamxIhone 7 Grab Orchard Ky STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE I desire to loll privately my splendid took good at Kldd more ho stock It for the most part new and In n good salable condition For further particulars call on or address H Klddl Store Ky Jesse W Sweeney raoaathToa Livery rat aad Sale stable Lancaster may ISTANFORD FOR SALE I On MONDAY 101105 between and oclock p hllell at public outcry to the heat bidder my house lot situated on Grub Orchard pike about nice miles from Htanford ttro acres of laud young or churdond splendid cottage of live rooms good well and all necessary outbuildIng churchntwill get a bargain W W WADE CooperPellflill too Fire andLife Insurance Representing old and established Com BuildingStauford P r 1 i The Interior Journal B Co WALTON J W FOLEY Ii it cnndldMe for Assessor of Lincoln coun tysubjecttotneactlon of the ideniocratlcparty WL MCARTY Ise candldata for HherllT of Lincoln county ubJect to tbe action ot the Uemocrntlof party 1MS BAUGHMAN Is n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tbe action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR ta candidate for the nomination for Jqd of the Uncoln County Court subject to t action of tbedeuiocraUo party JAMES MKECHNIE Ii n candidate for tnaglitrate In the Stan ford district subject to the democratic pri mary of June JOHN J MOSER II ft candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln count subject to tbe action of the Democrat- party M BRUCE Is a candidate for Jailer or Lincoln count t subject to the action of tbe Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count 1cHesubject to the action of tbe Democrat party D C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun tt ty subject to tbe action of the Democratic party FARMERr nomina ttonforjallerotLlncolucountysubjecttthe i ROBERT H COFFEY onntIty He desires to fill out the unexplrcd term of V I lterrlndeceae- edDEMQCRATiC ff TICKS For President William Jennings Bryan- ofi Nebrnnkii For Vice President Kerntof Indiana fForCongress fHARVEY HELM county Judge Sam Owsley Jr A Week Off ITaking paper is enjoying and his family are a at the hospitable home Salin last year and enjoyed it so much 1that he has since looked forward to another week of free and easy life amontI the good people of this part of Lincoln county Mr Damron at whose home we are domiciled moved to this county from Casey three years ago but he originally lived in Adair His family consists of his good wife and five child ren four of whom are at home It an s exceedingly happy loving family and it makes one feel good to be in Majorfis just as good at tilling the soil as he is in making those who come within hisI gates feel at home His wife is a gen tie kind woman a magnificent housekeeper and a helpmeet in all the word means Three fine young men are the sons of the good pair They are sober industrious manly fellows and their giventhemj is a pretty daughter just budding into popWarlong she will be a member of the house hold However when she doe leave it she will be missed but somebody elses home will be beautifully kept b energyto is kitchen- sIf Sims Olympian Springs water were an intoxicant there would be lots of drunkenness in and around the Springs now Everybody drinks it and everybody seems benefited A good crowd is at the Springs and has been since the latter part of May This will in certainly be Proprietor Sims banner year The baths he giyes are very helpful and many take advantage of them He is much better fixed to give baths than he was lastyear and the consequence is he is doing more business in that line There is considerable talk of Mr Sims selling out but when a man turns down otters of 10000 or more it looks like hq doesnt care much about disposing of his holdings Crops in this section are looking fairly well Corn has not suffered for rain as it has around Stanford In fact the prospects for an average crop are fair Wheat yielded pretty well and the hay crop was good Old corn can be bought at 4 per barrel which is cheaper than it is in other of the fcy siTimberand Russell to McKinney for shipment An average of 75 or 100 wagons heavily loaded with staves ties spokes or- t singletrees pass Mr Damrona daily lrandwore than half the teamsters stop and water themselves and their teams at hit big spring They do it on Mr Damrons invitation for he says he had rather furnish the water than have the stock go thirsty The people In this section are not at all pleased about the postoffice at Mt Salem being discontinued They pet toned the postofllce department to Ii it remain an office as it had for 35 years but it was all in vain They know where to place the blame and a reopen ins of the poatofflce question will be made soon It looks hardly just to turn a deaf ear to 207 of the patrons of a country postofTice They like the rural route pretty well but cant get use it making their mall nearly a day late Mac Wheat of Valley View leTex is visiting his friends and rela tives at Middleburg He was at Olym plan Springs Sunday and so much re sembled Senator Joe Bailey of Texas that the writer wasnt certain which it was Mr Wheat is doing splendidly in stratiltj the guests at Olympian an 3If Mr J F Bates of Monticello Mr Bates was lucky in holding some splen did oil land He sold it for a lane j price but retained a royalty which i bringing him in a snug amount of cash is troubled with rheumatism and is being greatly benefited Thomas Eads of Stanford is also taking the baths and finding a panacea in them Mrs Robert Robinson of Somerset and two bright children are at Olympian fo several weeks A picnic crowd composed of Mr J P Rife and wife Mr McKee Rife and wife Mr AlSchwartz and wife and Miss Mollie Horton Mr E S Powell and wife and Messrs T L Carpenter and Crit Riffe spent Tues 1 day very enjoyably at the Springs Mr B N Avritt and wife of Bradfords ville are residing at Hustonvllle and oTf r W P Givens of Lincoln were down Tuesday The captain will return fo a sojourn next week He is troubled with rheumatism E C W POLITICAL Former Lieut Gov William P Thorne opened the presidential cam paign at New Castle with a speech for Bryan and Kern Gen T Coleman DuPont of Delaware has been appointed director o the Speakers Bureau of the Repub lican National Committee Candidate Tafts friends are busy denying that he said a dollar a day is enough for any working man This is pretty early in the action to begin the denial business which promises to develop into an industry before the campaign is far spent lIon James N Kehoe of Mays villa was nominated for Congress by the Democrats of the Ninth district in a convention which met at Cliflcside near Ashland His only opponent the Hon E B Hager made a motion make r Kehooa nomination unanimous after the first ballot The convention was harmonious throughout Senator William B Allison of Iowa died of heart failure at Dubuque Sen ator Allison had been seriously ill sinceI last Saturday but the facts of his con dition were concealed by his family Had Senator Allison lived to complete hi term in 1909 ho would have served longer in the United States Senate than any other member Gov A B Cum- mins on learning of the Senators death decided to cut short his vacation and will return to Iowa to begin a campaign for election as Senator Allisons suc tceaeorThis is good news to the friends and admirers of the splendid gentleman The State Journal is pleased to rev calve from a close friend of Mr Arthur Goebel a letter denying the lurid stories of his complete breakdown and his serious condition at Carlsbad Ger many While not very good Mr Goe els health is no worse than for sometime and is far from alarming He simply taking a rest abroad the first vacation that he has allowed him elf in ten years- Chairman Mack of New York says The situation as I find it in the State and in fact in all the Eastern States has been most gratifying The rev sponsivenesa of the democratic leaders the East to the call of duty denotes- a campaign that will be fought vigor ously to a successful conclusion Plans are in contemplation for a forceful campaign throughout the country but of these I can say nothing at this time All patty of the country is our battleground and no one section will be neg lected Everything augurs well for theII election of W J Bryan At a meeting participated in by Congressman Ben Johnson chairman- of the Democratic Campaign Committee Henry R Prewitt chairman of the Democratic State committee Senator John A Donaldson of the Sixth dis W A the First district held at the Seelbach Hotel the members of the State JselectedYoung Morehead Judge Lewis Mc Frankfort J T Griffith War S W Hager Ashland P S Marion Chairman Johnson stated that this committee would meet next Tuesday at noon at the Seelbach tcOllie g ence at which the Committee was named CHURCH NATTERS Rev C C Brown will preach at t Walnut Flat church Sunday afternoon- at 330 Rev J W Hagin will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning andevening at the usual hour- t There will be a church institute next Friday ding 14 at the Methodist church Dinner on the grounds The Junior League will be entertain ed at the Methodist parsonage this afternoon at 3 oclock Ices and cakes will be served Rev B F Dimmick one of the- o bestknown ministers in the Cincinnati and Ohio conferences of the Methodi Church is dead at Delaware 0 IThe Central Holiness Camp Meeting at Wllmore came to an end Monday morning There were 300 conversions during the 10 days meeting Rev Joseph M Taylor of Knoxville did most of the preaching Rev T W Barker will deliver a frees lecture Sunday night at the Methodist church on The Devil and His Tools this lecture is entertaining as the one on Wlilis I Have Been and What I Have SeenyOU can not well afford to miss it 5Program at the Methodist church for next Sunday Sunday schoolat 930 A u eong service 1045 preaching at 11 oclock Subject Does God Ministers 7 Epworth Legue conduct ed by Mrs T D Raney at 730 P u A free will offering will be taken up at rthe close of the lecturo for mountain ministers All are cordially invited Pastor Program for a Church Institute to bo held at the Methodist church Stanford Friday Aug 14 945 A Mlrayer and Praise 10 A MW F M S Short talks by various members on Cu ba China Korea Ireland and other missions 1115 Address by Rev D W Robertson district superintendent from Georgetown 12Dinner on the ground 130 PM Opening exercises- r 14GThe Model S S by Rev F D Palmeter 215Epworth League Devotional Department by Rev D W Robertson 245 How Can We use the Literary Department of the Epworth League as an Educational Force 7 by Mrs T D Raney Short talks ma follow each subject 315Quarterly Conference All denominations and non church goers are cordially invited Bring Alfmore president W F M S J E Buck president Epworth League Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more New Stanford Drug Co Count Zeppelins airship was wrecke- during a thunderstorm near Echte- Bingen She Likes pingsMrs Chits E Smith of West Frank thingse Pills as our family laxative medicine because they are good and do their work without making a fuss about it These painless purifiers sold at Pen nys Drug Store 25 IN COUNTIES Mrs Margaret Poindexter a vener able woman of Georgetown was probably fatally burned by the explosion of a gasoline stove Judge Watts Parker at Lexington dissolved the temporary restraining orider issued several days ago preventing he sale of an electric light franchise by the city of Lexington Mrs Cornelia Currey the aged mother of the Hon D Lee Currey chairman of the Mercer County Democratic Committee and one of the best known women in Harrodsburg died after a lingering illness of causes Inc- Ident to old age Bank Stock For Sale As Executor of Mrs L J Cloyd I will In front of tbe court house In Stanford Ky at about tp on- b1oNDAYAUU lOthlWU county court day offer for sain at public outcry shares the capital tock of the National liankof Ilustonrtlle J I Chandler auc J B Paxton Kxor Choice Goods a Foaled January 102 black with white points 16X bauds Sired by Wonder rriland out of Ubenault Jennet WT Wonder was sled by Belknap he by Imported importedIowasbredna Humner county Tenn and Is a great In dlvldual He won the blue tie In the sweep J1halCbolce Goods before breed He will terse Jennets at and Mares at 110 to In living colts Will stand two other Jacks at to Insure living colts also stand the magnificent draft stal lion George ho to Inure n living- colt MH BA110lI fAN Btunford Ky Danville Board Trade 223 E Main Strootw Grains Cotton and Provisionsq Htocks bought for cash or carried on mar ins Our executions guaranteed satlsfao elvateTelephone p DANVILLE IOARD TRADE A The Truth heEvery person in this city who is tuf ferine horn Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skinor scalp dit case can find relief and be permanent Iy cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durggists tell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE CAOL NOTICE 1I1tInbuytugMcKlNNUY coal A FJoD cot Oloocll Msr atR E NORTON Livery and Feed table Klngsvillo Ky Rtable near Christian church Special attention to trawling men everything new and nrstclais McKINNEY MARILE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers ot Granite and Ilarble Monument Vlratllni Work at Reasonable trees Offlcu and works HaturdnytA GOOD FARM FOR SALE I faunI will sell privately my of tat ncrrs two iiilKS from Htanforil on Dnnvlllo pier good brick residence two good tmrns two cribs and other necessary building watered imore than hllI In grass terllli easy possession In October If hlllhatblddlrItching Skill Diseases Are teadily cured by Zemo 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 thereYmeasureYhandsome line of Hprlng ANUnuuergoodsl sea make from a low business suit to the flnestdress suit Also Overcoats Trons in and Fancy Vests The company I rep resent Is second to none HC KUtLKYTbe Tailor Htnnford Ky CONCRETING We are In osltlodto dn all kinds of con iuvrmenudserverprlcntorePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Weak Kidneys kldfle1NerftI orseahashand strengthen them Dr Snoops Restorative U It medlcln s pedarsny yreprod to reach thus alOllIIwell If roar back aches or b weak if the atlas emldsorisdarkandstrongUyouMyssymrnomrof ny MH try Dr Sooops Restorative a mootb wWdol ShoopsRestorative PENNYS DRUG STORE The State University Lexington Ky The State University Lexington fers the following courses namely Aarlcnl tural MechanlcRI EnllllJerlnK vII En loeerlng Electrical engineering Mining Engineering Classical and sewn Hclentinc J courses each of which extends over tour years and lends tea Bachelor degree also Department of Law und a Department of Education which last has been established Instead ofthe Normal Hchool Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced work In pedagogy and are granted a Bach elors subject when completed The Academy for preparatory Instruction Is retalQed Oounty appointee reclevo tree tuition privilege of residence In the dormitories fu l and traveling expenses If they remain ten consecutive months orouecollettf ate The laboratories and museum are large well equipped comprehensive and modern Military U fully provided for as re gutted Congress The graduates In tho several courses of tudy readily find employment with literal remuneration Thetotal numbnrof matric ulates for last year was Each department has n specialist nt Its head with the necessary number of assistants Young women find an excellent home ith board and lodging In Intterson Hall hich II well equipped with nil the modern conveniences hull for phYIlcRII culture at tun per week All In the University are open to women on Identical conditions with applying to melee Tbe completion of tbe Agricultural Min Engineering laboratory and Education afford and commodious uarters for these departments wblct are rapidly Increasing In the number of matric ulates For catalogues methods of obtaining appointments Information regarding coupes and terms ot Rp to JAMES K PATTKIIHON rbDLLD PreeldentortoD C FlIAZliE Juline frail Term Begins Sept 10 1M6 i 1 flaVe The Goods J tt0 Come in and let us show you that we haler the goods and the right kind too All smt 1 styles and uptodate IIWalkover or Manss Tan or i jv Patent Low Shoes iif A pair of Gauze Socks A Fountain Shirt in white or his new Corn color with folding 1 collar and a soft Fourinhand Tie A t Blue Serge or Tan TwoPiece Suit With Full Bloomer Cuff Bottom Trousers t A Panama or a Straw Yacht Hat black or tan Belt and if you will depend on us to fit you out jt You Will Be Dtessed Well r i il Enough for any occasion McROBERTSjH J STANFORD I KENTUCKY the Capital IOfSurplus 3333000 = t Resources 34000000 8 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER I H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER ttl DIRECTORS J B Owslev Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Gee W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertII Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek 41 Pirst Jfational tankStanford Jy Organizeds2 Capital Slock ISo 000 tfrpltll and lndoldd Profit J9 000 I JEllS paid in Viotcltndt since Oryanxaton 2t500 ytvitt Went jfccounis on Our 9tyritt 6 OFFICERS S Rocker President- S T Harrit Vice President John J McHobcrts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS 3- b M hF Reid J H Baugbman 1M D Elmore J M Pettuf 511 Baughraan J F C S T Harris James Robinsonit tK T P Hill 1Ct Summer Vacation TripsiVIA QUEEN CR TO TlleILake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale It you Intend tsking a trip fill out flank and mall for Information w Name H C KINO C P A101 East Main St Lexington Ky I LDRt lI 41l s 4 f1Thed Interior Journal BrANFORD Kv Aua 7 1908 EL BARDO Ii a mild Cc char puaran teed clear Havana filled Try It upon our personal recommendation Penny Drug Store TilEtiE is no better way to cool off these hot days than at Soda Fountain Tho Ice Cream Soda Water deliCIOUsail refreshing t PERSONALS t LoGAN HURDLE is ablo to sit up FRED GARNETT is at Cave City recu perating f BORN more a IonIBORN to tho wife of Farley a 10pound boy- JUyuoNU McBEE Is down with ma feverf ALCORN is at Crab Or chard Springs MRS W S JONES is at Dripping Springs resting up Mns J RANDOLPH HARRIS Is improv ing at Lexington J ie4 Aa WILL RINEIIEART still continues tit of typhoid fever Miss ANNIE PHILLIPS is visiting rela lives in Lexington DR T W PENNINOTON spent first o week at CynthianaW- INKRKD DUNCAN Is salesman at H J McIloborU store Joe LYNN COFFEY is clerking i Pennys Drug Store Miss AUIIIB LUTES is in Winchester visiting Mrs J W Dean W IJ McKINNEY and J S Sauda were In London Wednesday on bust ness IRS W A TRiniiLB and childre- are with the formers parents at Mays vllle COL D W TRIUHLB who is III at Mrs P P Nunnelleys remains quite sick MR S P STAGG of Lexington here yesterdAY mingling with old t t J friends REV J W HAOIN of Covington I joined his family at Mr J F Cash s TuesdayMIesJENN1RFoau of Lexington is i Jt f 9 i the guest of Miss Mary Allen Lyon of the West End Miss FRANCES ADAMS Is with her istater Mrs Rodman Ketnon at liar rodiburg during the fair + Miss MYRTLE BARKER who has been with relatives In Covington Winches ter and other points for some time has returned home t MRS T S WEBB JR who hasspent several weeks with her parents Judge and Mrs M C Saufloy returned to Knoxville Tuesday REV JOSEPH SEVERANCE brought his family over from Frankfort in his brothers automobile and is teaching him how to run it CLAIM AGENT IIAL JOHNSON was I 0 hero yesterday settling with W Shanks and J W Williams for stock killed by the L N MR AND MRS D B CARSON of At i4 tla ta Ga and J J Canon of Black well Okla are guests of Miss Mollie Brooks at Crab Orchard Miss FLORENCE TRUEHEART loft Wednesday morning for Huntington W Va to visit relatives Miss Vir tf ginla Bourns accompanied her LOCALS TEN or 15 caps of honey for sale Ed Hubbard REFRIGERATORS at closing out prices at Farris hsy rakeleft will sell at a bargain J L Beazley SEE our new stock of ranges just received Farris CARLOAD of nice Portland cement just received J M Phillips Stanford IORSALESaw mill and engine outfit J R Powell Stan ford 6ADIG strong gentle horse for salo or exchange for pony Mrs W B t 1 McRoberts 2t f GOOD crowds are attending the Dan villa fair from Lincoln county Go tot Imorrow and Saturday- W j W WADE will sell his house and e lot on Crab Orchard pike in front of courthouse door next Monday FOR SALE Entire stock of goods consisting of groceries meat cooler and butcher tools East Main St Stanford J B Higgins FOR SALEStock of merchandise and fixturesabout 2000for sale In good Lincoln county town and doing nice business Write or phone this of ficaeLincoln County Medical Society in Stanford Tuesday at 1030 ITilEAug 11 Dr W B OBannon a paper on Diagnosis and of Fractures in Children Dr W J Edmiston will read one on Dysentery W F Dickie secretary f JURY MONEY Trustee W 0 Walker tells us that the money Is here for the r jurors who served at the last term of court and he is ready to pay out same ITHE fiscal court is in session allowing this week CANARY birds for sale Mrs J A Chappell Rowland JUST IN load of Pioneer Wire Fence E T Peace PRETTY line of mourning veils at Miss Ella May Saunders 2t B D CARTER had a good livery horse driven to death by a drumme- this week CITY TAXES DUEYour city tax is due Please call and settle B D Carter collector HOUSE SOLPW H Mueller sold his house and lot on Lancaster street t W W Hays for 1200 Possession given at once THE ofMrs L Jano Cloyd are requested to file their claims with me verified as required by law J B Paxton Executor WESLEYEMBRYOS baseball team walloped the Danville team at that t place Tuesday by a score of 12 to 2 Good for tho boys ON account of continued ill health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hopperfBIG QUANTITY John hooker tells ue that ho picked three gallons of pot beans off of one hill Mr Hooker lives bentt that EVENTUALLY you will use Rex coa moneynIncidental to Inferior coal yards Stanford and Rowland 2tnFOR splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonvilic pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky BIG LAND SALE Messrs Luther and John Underwood sold their farm of 205 acres on the Rush Branch pike to- D B Morris of Wayne county for 14000 We hope tho Messrs Under wood will continue to live In old Lin coin county WANTUD agents to sell buttons badges medals and pictures of the presidential candidates of both parties Money can be made during the cam paign at rallies barbecues picnics etc Write a postal for price list and free samples Addres J B Burrow Fourth Ave Louisville Ky AT tho annual election of directors and officers of tho Wayncsburg Deposit Bank the old list was reelected for th cdming year Mr G W Leach added as a new director Work on the bank building is progressing nicely All of tho subscribed stock to the above bank has been paid in but 350 TilE monument firm of Jacobs R liar rig will move their business from Mc Kinney to Stanford that enterprising firm having rented a house back of Mrs Straubs opening on Somerset Street Wo are glad to know that they are coming to Stanford and bespeak fo them a liberal patronage from our people DANVILLE FAJRIn the sweepstake best mule any age S T Harris k Robert Woods captured both the blue and red tie on their fine mules with eight entries they also won the blue tie on best yearling mule Robert T Bruce got the blue on his good mare mulecolt J II Baughman won in tho twoyear old ring R S Scudder won second money in the fancy saddle stake ALL democrats who want to pate in the maes convention next Mo day to nominate a splendid young demo crat one whom will do his duty faith fully and well and carry out the wishes of that good man who has gone to his rich reward the late Isaac Horrin will come to town next Monday and nomi nate Robt H Coffey for jailer No more worthy young man lives in our county and we vouch for him that ho will carry the democratic banner to a glorious victory if nominated Mrs Herrin is entitled to the unexpired term of her husband and a vote for Mr Coffey is a vote for tho widow of ama who was loved by every man woman and child in Lincoln county Don fall to come and help nominate this ex cellent young democrat WHITE Wednesday at his home on Lower Main Street Mr W T B White aged about 76 years died of a complication of diseases Mr White often preached being a strict and do vout Baptist lIe was a splendid old gentleman and his word was his bond Mr White lived nearly all of his life in this county and was among her best and most respected citizens Ho leaves a vfifo and six children to mourn his loss throe daughters and three sons Ills remains were taken to Preachers villo yesterday afternoon and at the Baptist church there Rov R B Ma hony conducted tho funeral service after which all that was mortal of this good citizen and Christian gentleman was laid to rest in the burying ground there to await the resurrection morn May the sod lio gently on bin grave Peace to his ashes i THRESHING coal Jellico double screened 9c per bushel at Denhams coal yards 2t SEE the Now Stanford Drug Coe show window for box writing paper at reduced prices GET your girl in a good humor A box of Wileys candy will do the work New Stanford Drug Co THE 1908 tax books have been made inrand settle T J Hill sheriff ANDBUILDERAte you going to build this fall 7 If so let me figure with you Work done satisfac torily Wilt Stone piano 84 IWILL STONE has contracted with J F Robinson at Lancaster to do exten sive improvements on his residence also to build a large tobacco barn on his farm POSTMASTER GENERAL VON L MEY ER has Issued a ruling that all delin quent subscribers must pay their subscription for all erases before that department will receive any paper mail so those of you that owe this office please call in next Monday court day and settle and avoid that complication of matters l AN excellent opportunity is afforded those who desire to till their coal houses early Will accept orders for the next few days for August and September de liveries in 100 bushel lots and over at the following prices 76 pounds per bushel Bertha Jellico lump at lOJc- Hex block and lump at 11 Jc i cent ad vance for September Only those who thesoIard ANTWednesdayd Elmore commenced his career as a sameIthough for some years he occupied tae Rineheart storeroom on the corner ir the same block Mr Elmore has always been his own clerk with the ex caption of about 16 years When ever he thought ho needed a vacation he al ways locked up his store and many times he stayed away from his place of business for weeks but his faithful customers who traded with trim always waited his return Mr Elmore is a merchant of the old school but a moro honorable one never lived lie owns more real estate than any man in Stanford keeps it well improved and bconomyImoney than he has been years a mer chant and says less about his worlds goods He attends strictly to his own neverelived in our community Mr Elmore commenced clerking for M C Portman in the hotel business in 1862 at 11 per month and board We hope that he will for years to come continue to be a merchant and that his fortune may in crease but after living such an active tile he might take it easier and let his cares be few to him CLAY RUPLEY JR ASSAULTED This la what the Louisville Times has- r to say about the attempt to rob Clay Rupley Jr of this place Tuesday Morning A desperate attempt was made to rob II C Rupley Jr an in surance agent of Stanford Ky at the mouth of an alloy on the East side of Fifth street shortly before 1 oclock this morning Ho was assaulted and would have been robbed but for the timely arrival of Patrolmen Mike Cross and James Prile The police arrested J W Keeling and Edward Lambert both aged 18 years it is claimed while they were in the act of rifling Rupleys pockets A third man in tho gang byntho police in several shots were fired Rupley had just arrived In Louisville and was on his way from the Tenthstreet station to the Willard Hotel at the time ho was attacked When he reached the mouth of the alley he was struck from tharear and rendered unconscious Patrolman Cross and Prile who were standing about 75 feet from the alley heard the body as it struck the ground and turning saw a man standing over the prostrate form At a signal from the man it is said by the police two men appeared at the mouth of the alley and picking up Thetpolice started up the alley and then creeping along in the shadow followed the men They were able to grab two of the men be fore they were discovered The third fled through the alley with Patrolman Cross after him but he made good his escape in the darkness Rupley was carried to Foster Bairds drug Store at Fourth avenue and Chestnut street where medical attention was given him It was almost an hour before he Will revived It Is believed that a pair of brass knucks were used He sustained a severe scalp wound and his face Is badly bruised Rupley Is the son of H C Rupley Sr a wellknown merchant ofStanfordMr Rupley received a message yesterday from his son stating that ha was all right In the assault upon him he lost John Owsley Reids gold watch We are glad to state that nothing of a more serious nature befell Mr Rupley MATRIMONIAL James Hopkins 22 and Miss Rosie TuesdayiELKIN William W Elkln agedI about 57 years died at the Mr T S Elkin at Lancaster Wednes day morning of consumption Elkin had been ill for some time MrI his death was expected at any He was a brother of Mrs 0 P Huff man of this place and Mr M F Elkin of Lexington Ho was buried at Lan caster yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock after a short funeral service at the grave by Rev 0 P Bush Mr Elkin was a kindhearted man During the SpanishAmerican War he enlisted under Capt W B Penny and did ser vice for Uncle Sam in Porto Rico Efforts to stamp out gambling in base ball are to bo made by the Amen can League The Remedy that Always Cures UfO Ii recetalrcd M tkootl booot eel laccciifiil neilclM In Ut wciU lottr EST T Initially rene n end poeldntrsn perms Betllr caret Ecttmt tnd til licking IUD tflKuu Get boil to41I Diacclui Wtlll lot simp- leLwltnexedlaae e SI Lsals la- ssPRESTON 922 lVolll Preston Ii one of the greatest flvegaltet prodUldand alao lit the hams tbowt at Ix ultvlll lit Ix uU find Kansas City He U n brown horse with black points i hands high with floe style and very high action sired by Wlfhln lon 54 First dam Hell by Khoderlck second dam by Denmark It Ii useless to commend him m the peo pie of thus and adjoining counties know his record an n ibow horse mill also for breeding purpose mllke the Itnlon Itt itn hlrlnPrnbOrchard nt to Inure a living colt Will keep mnrei on grass nt it per month hut not retpontlhlo for accident or etcnpu of itock HeRon duo If more M trad ed or parted with J C HAIIKY Crab Orchard Ky If You Want to Keep Posted on Political Do ings Subscribe for the eltuc y State Journal The best Demo cratic Daily in Kentucky Write for Price and Par ticulars to WI1P WALTON Frankfort Ky 156 CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA SUINDAY AUG 9TH SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving Junction City 600 AM TICKET PARTICUUIS Im6 ExtenUeU- TO IIU ft t We will allow you to take the discount off of these desirable goods until Aug 8th WaiststYou can still take onefourth off the price of our elegant line of lingerie waists Anoth er extra waist or tWo can be bought very cheap Skirts y You can still take onefourth off the price of these elegant Sk- irtsWash SuitsThese at the cut prices are about as lows as either the making or material will cost You may take onethird off the price RemnantsTh- ese are still accumulating as the sea son grows older and many desirable ones are on sale SEVERANCE Be SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY Bargains il Parasols 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 essltea Farmers Best friends Oliver Plows Disc Harrows and Su perior Grain Drills Call and See Them C W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky r io II the Interior Journal f I jfniirtd in the PortOffice at Stanford at jWendclaae taatter rDXUBRKD TOBSOATB AND THIDAV a AT if 100 PER YEAR CAS- When not so paid 1100 will be charged L at N TIME TABLE No Mouth til PM No ffl Mouth Itsa P x No 14 North las A Nol2aorthYtla P JOS S RICE Agent BaD CARTERt Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96I STANFORDKENTUCKY 10 REWARD IJand conviction of any person do nglnjuytoatomcktotruceting thupub Ito or from the oatprettghntnip dfuture This I also otter pecI fat for particulars see meII eachIA S PRICESurgeon Dentistj STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberte Drug Stole in the Owsley Building 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 including Tobacco Borne talk with Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS r DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone aending aeketch and description quickly ucertnia oar opinion tree whether w Ineutlon t liprcbiblrr Cotnmnnlcn tlonntrlctlyeonedentlal MNOe00g on rateate leeurtnrpkisnts1itCDtsal notice without charge tn the Scientific American A hsndiomolf lllntralea weetlr Tjirmt cir culation of an clcntlUa Journal Terms I J a newdeleri1IJJlr OMce OS V 8t Washington D U JLBeazleyCo f UndertaKcrs and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsBugs They J fill xchange Furniture for GiveiSTANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In HarnosaSaddlory- STANFORD KY1 Office Phone 187 Horac Phone tAYERS DEPARTMBXT Wanted grass for 25 cattle Hugh Reid Stanford J H Collier sold to G D Boone 22 butcher cattle at 3c BaUghIman GeoNFOR SALE20 1000pound cattle LI P Nunnelley R R Lancaster Ky FOR SALEl00 sheep and four South down bucks extra good ones Thomas Metcalf Danville I want to buy 1000 mule colts and beIforeFOR SALE Choice pure bred Shrop shire ram lambs Also a few high class at farmers es Call 1Stanfordi mules 14 mares and two horses also a of 17hand Gyrold mare mules weighing 2800 pounds B Ramsey Jr Paint Lick FOR SALEA lot of seed wheat Kansas Red variety If taken by Aug will sell at Ready for sowing James McKechnie Lancaster R R No 2 phone 184 S FOR SALE15 twoyearold mules mares and six horses Will sell in or to suit purchaser Some of mules are broke to work J W Hughes Moreland Ky FOR SALECross between Oxford Southdown luck lambs and a few aged bucks This makes a great cross Also a few pure bred Southdowns Henry Baughman Hustonville Ky Robert Woods of this place won the 100 colt stake at the Lancaster fair with his suckling The youngster ii as fine as silk is by S T Harris King Eagle and out of a mare by Eagle Bird ltmg Eagle is making a great reputation as a sire A Boon to Elderly People Most elderly people have some kid ney or bladder disorder that is both painful and dangerous Foleys Kidney Remedy has proven a boon to many elderly people as It stimulates the urinary organs corrects lrrcgu larities and tones up the whole system Commence taking Foleys Kid ney Remedy at once and be vigorous New Stanford Drug Co Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 Lexington Aug 10 5 days Burkcsville Aug 11 4 days Brodhead Aug 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourville 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 Why LeGoEverybody In Xancsvllle 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural route 8 She writes My husband James Leo firmly believes he owes his life to tho use of Dr Kings New Discovery His lungs were so severely affected that consump tion seemed Inevitable when a friend recommended New Discovery We tried It and its use has restored him to perfect health Dr Kings New Discov ery Is the King of throat and lung rem edies For coughs and colds It has no equal The first dose gives relief Try it Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 50c and 81 Trial bottle free The Erroneous Remarks High Bridge Safe An interview with Chairman A T Siler State Railroad Commissioner reports that Gustave Lindenthal Con sulting Engineer pf the Pennsylvania Lines after a thorough examination of High Bridge over the Kentucky River is in an absolute safe condition After the examination he discovered that not a loose rivet was found and the bridge is in good condition and perfectly safe Officials of the Queen Crescent Route had decided owing to the heavy motive power which is net now being used North of Danville to rebuild High Bridge knowing as stated above the present bridge was perfectly safe for the motive power now in use Malicious rumors were started that the present bridge was unsafe and of course this report was spread broadcast A new bridge will be constructed with one span 840 feet long and by some 70 feet higher than the present one and will cost in the neighborhood of one million dollars It is supposed that the fact of constructing a new bridge caused the circulation of the report above referred to Excellent Health Advice Mrs M M Davison of No 370 Gif ford Avei San Jose Cal says Tho worth of Electrlo Bitter as a general family remedy for headache biliousness and torpor of theliver and bowels Is so pronounced that I am prompted to say a word in Its favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such anllc Lions There is more health fof the dli gestlvo organs In a bottle of Electric remedykdowot at Pennys Drug Store 60c I AIDDLTftaI show fairly well at Liberty Monday William Williams and Min Arvin- Ralney were married at the residence of Pete Hatter Monday afternoon A good rain fell here last night putting new life In vegetation generally It had gotten to be quite dry again Rev J L Owens is assisting Rev R R Noel in a meeting at Grove There have been several additions t0 date and the meeting will continue through this week Robert Davis is putting the Liberty pike In order by putting on a coat ofI gravel ditching and repairing culverts J R Wilson our road supervisor is going over the dirt roads and having them fixed for Winter travel the INTERIOR JOURNAL due 1When Friday falls to reach us on it is almost cock sure to come Monday and is rarely ever later than Tuesday afternoon We like th INTERIOR JOURNAL and would like to get fresh but will have to indulge careless and incompetent mall clerks The trustees election here Saturday was a most quiet affair but it is said that things were not so quiet as they might have been at Turkey Knob There is a graded school faction and a anti graded school faction in that dis trict and they were arrayed against each other in the election of trustee The antis won in tho election of C M Perkins When the Stomach Heart or Kid ney nerves get weak then these organs always fall Dont drug tho Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Oct a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restora tive The Restorative Is prepared expressly for these weak Inside nerves Strengthens these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquidand see how quick ly help will come Sold by Pennys Drugstore Judge Alton B Parker Democratic candidate for President in 1904 deliver ed his first speech of the present cam paign in behalf of Bryan and Kern before an audience of 2000 people a Temple Auditorium How to Avoid Appendicitis Most Victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Foleys Orino Laxative does not nauseate ore grtpo and Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes New Stanford Drug CoIEczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fot external use Stops itching Instantly and destroys the germ that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and i permanently cured t y this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for Mm pIe E W Rose Med Co Sit Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court V J Dlilion P1IT Vs Dan Durham Etc ims Notice of lillI Pursuant to n Judgment of tho Lincoln Circuit Court the undersigned COlli minion er will on MONDAY AUGCHT101WW Between and t P In front of tho court house door In Htanfonl Kentucky sell ut hiddttheed for the purpoe of realizing thu awn of tIM with n per cent Interest thereon trout January IT until paid nml tho costs o thin action as adjudged herein by the ntwt styled court Hold real estate Ii In Lincoln countyKen tucky and is situated on the Morelaiid Htn tlon und Carpenters Htatlon pike It Is bounded on tho North by the land of Mary Gilbert on the Hast h thu land of JackUar ten on the Mouthenat by tho Morelnud Hta tlon and Oarpvnters Htatlon turnpike and on thu west by the lands of N and Will Hpratt and contains four acres more or less The sale will lie made on a credit of six months and tor the purchase price the pur choler will bo required to give laud with approved personal security payable to the Commissioner and bearing Interest at the rote of six percent perannum trail dote of sale with paid OEO B SAUFLEY M C L CC HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournal r AND The Interior t Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY I5O Few people In tbe United Utates have not heard of the OonrlerJpnrnal Democratic la all thlngifalr In all things clean In all things It If essentially family paper toy special arrangement Wears enabled iodf for the WEEKLY COURIEBOURNAL one ar and this paper for the price named levee8en4yoursubaerlpttenfer hVcVm tw nottc the OourlorJournal Small Farm For Sale I milesfromgoalaotflov Partner Wanted Partner to furnish the money for and tRke HpllceIInveInformation addreunlgJohnJt1Thur Jnanltanfard Htgn Writing Draper and House Painting Paper Hunger G MEDAIRY Interior Fresco Decorator draining Kte MeKINNEYtKY MASONS MEET mitIthird Monday nights of each month at Tay oclock In their hall on Main street titan ford Ky Members of sister lodgl are Iru lunny1vSlv POSTED strictlyforbitlhuntingpassing on our placer nnd prosecute olators to the full extent of the law Alex Oooiwr rs Mary Pennies Mrs Walter Wnrren Mrs Mettle White HllOOnolUoreJM K Lawrence Reuben Curtis JH Hocker J M IVttut lhuppellAmandtJ It Holtsclaw OW iUstr lulllanyIeter Ador Meswr A 1nxton Ashley A Ullnnnc James N Oath J Novln parlor O SL Rack Joseph Ration SL II Lytte Mrs Jas Italnes OUarpenterMrsJ II Thompson Thomnlrrrlll Jas It Hkklmore I avld llurton J It lunch MtRIohanUon Jo ph Krnt Mln Mattlo ilewes Uelcbeiiltnch lirov Fred VnnOrutugan It K Onlnes Albert VonQruengnn AT Traylor Illburn floocu N It Plnmmer Fred llaumann Ulchiinl Hester Owsley lluHenry llester YunnelleyvJ I Jarvis J W liuuRhnmn J K Bruce JO Mpratt ItlgneyIhlvena John M Carter Martin A corn JohnOamenlicu Win Cordler linn Traylor M D Klmore MrsN lUoode a KTate David Hterens John Jufer It O Unchain Wd tout lotltbOllck Kntl Hnmlorf JacobtJ KMoier Mr and Mrs Jas II Kadi A Kllnna MrsN J Horton J WJolonIrsIt Iau herty Chester S This son of Cheater Dare will nuke the rvseut season at my barn IS toile ham loKlnneyun McKinney ami Mlddlebury nt to insure llvlnp colt DnscKiPTios AND rrDimirit Ho Is a black with star In with all the style nod fnlheltnraclerhtlo of the oboster Ian family n good acting horse and n proven breeder Mee him before liookltiR your maros If you are looking fur a brettlerat living prlcv Hlntl l y Ohm b1JllppyChester Peavine 3184 A Hlt ataleIs the heat bred saddle stallion that will tit offered for service In this county thin year anus briMillim will show Hlnd by Rex 1eat Due ITt he by Hex McDonald 13 III dam Miss Madison Its Mill byOhcuter Ianttvi dairt by IVavlne n more txtendetl pedi Igrew will bt furnliiied on application This has tltu bust blond of the saddle born world In him Roth Sod darns by Pea vlne crosses twice to Illnck Hijiili rel twice to Htonnwull Jackson once to have Akin iiI With the style anti Hatch of Chester flare the stamina and action of IVavlne how can lie bawl wrong His sire Kex IVa vine producvil three rhnmhlonahl of last ye r In Kdna Mae Mattle hairs and May flay Kw and breed to hut If you went the tent Will serve a limited number ot mares at to Insure n living rolt Inrthe country at the low price of pj to Insure a living colt utarofleaves hands of owner at time of service or bred toothier stock All care taken to pre vent accidents but not responsible should any occur H H IpzUltNcKlntwyK- yCentral Kentucky Realtstdtetxchaf e TITLE COI Wnyneaburgpdkenear outbuildings nice orchard This proper ty Is near churc and schoolhouse Is well worth tho price w No t Uu acres Smiles Mouth of Grab Or chard on the hits a two tory house good barn orchard and Is well water ed about 100 acres of this land Is bottom land and produces One crops A bargain at lfW Y cash balance In one and two years No a119 acres on Yuck Greek near Way nusburg 4room house barn and other out buildings plenty of water Cash price ft No4lOaacres near Level Green Itock castle count This harm hunt n new 2 story frame house would cost to build now tiJXO good barn crib Ac located near church and school This Is n nice home anti can be bought for iIO per acre y cash ru matador In 12 months No 6 cultivation the above farms lOOacras In Dwelling of rooms good barn and otheroutbulldlngs nice or clmrd One of the best springs in coon ty rlcutaiUOhalf cash balance and S yenrIQ 150 acres In cultivation iMilance In timber Good white oak hickory and some tine cedar Has 2story log husu and good orch lint well watered Dash price 1000 ICOIburn and necessary outbuildings tine water and school cburcb and H H station Price flftu y cash balance In one and two years No 8211 acres n orOanwlAXy nearly nil of this tarot Is bottom land fine for corn and meadow dwelling housenew barn and other buildings on county road 0 hulas from Boron College Oath price s- aM No DGI acres on Drakes Greek 8 miles from OrnbOivhard This farm the pike andIt apart of the Oeo Evans tarn This is tine land and In good condition Illnecessary buildings This Is a bargalnkt eO per IIcrel No lo1H nice shape withallnecessarybulldingaetc- can be bought worth the money For full parifcufars In regard to all the orJamea I I 1ONTUCKMfl6GFIS1SIIOWSEPT S42SOOOWEBERS BANS3TR4c0NS SIDE SHOWS Here is the place to display your live stock and farm t products to meet 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