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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOLI XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 11 1908 MO 46 THE REAL BECKHAM A Tribute To The ExGovernor By One Who Knows Him Best Now that Governor Beckham In company with many of hIs colleagues and fellow laborers has retired from active politics It Is well perhaps for one who was with him during the en- tIre tompestous period of hIs official life to speak of him as he Is luring his gubernatorial days there were bright days and dark days there were ups and downs and there were critl I cal periods when the right course would lead to victory and a false step would lead to shipwreck The writer watched his career wIth more than ordinary care for ho had learned to love tho young man with t a that love that gave birth to an earnest desire to see him succeed to tho ute most in whatever direction his ambi tions might lead That earnest desire also brought about a critical inspec Lion of his actions partly that his feet might bo prevented from slipping and partly through the not unworthy motive of telling him of any shortcomings Governor Beckham came Into con trol of Government at a very critical period of the States history The shot that laid William Goebel low also lifted Beckham into a position where his youth and inexperience caused his every movement to be watched with suspicion The people throughout Ute State did not know him The office of Lieutenant Governor had always been regarded as an ornamental fifth wheel I in tho governmental machinery and there were many who regarded him alto young to guide tho ship of State t With others old experienced politic ians there was probably also a tinge of jealousy of a young man who had climbed so rapidly to tho top of the ladder Within his own party also split in twain by tho tight for and t against Goebel with the united Republicans and the discontented etc menta of the Democratic party the young Governor had to steer In a nar row channel and those around him not knowing his executive ability feared shipwreck at every point But K the strong hand of the young man sue fcesifully guided tho machinery until Jf calm water was reached and the party again united as well as placing the State government on a firm basis There are those and there are atilt men who said that Beckham was merely the figurehead behind whom men of more experience and ability pulled tho strings that made the wheels go around Never was a greater mistake made Ho listened to advice and heeded it where he thought the advice good but the ruling power was Beck ham Mistakes were made mistakes are Jfalways made when great Issues are Involved The man without a fault Is gar rally the man without a redeem ing vlrturu Ills estimates of men gen erally unerring was sometimes at fault Ho trusted men who betrayed him Ho believed men who proved traitors lie formulated policies that sometimes proved erroneous But 4through it all there was a spirit of earnestness of aggressiveness of In tegrity of purpose that deserved to win though sometimes it did not Few men were more persistently- mtsrcpresented and lied upon than I was Governor Beckham Creatures In tho form of men told throughout life length and breadth of tho State that ho was a drunkard They told that his habita were reprehensible There was never a baser lie written Ho was a man of clean lips and clean lifo lie observed tho law and he re- spectedi and observed the principles of Religion Ho was not a fanatic nor was he a teetotaler But the man who Jaays that Beckham was a drunkard is a liar wilfully and prcmcditatlvely Ills position on the whisky question was misrepresented by both sides lie believed in tho principles of self gov ernment on this question and it was i through his earnest effort that the present liquor law was placed on the statutebook which should hove sat lifted tho temperance people on the- o o aide and received tho judgment of fairness from those who did not be ifovoin temperance legislation But ttia not of Beckham as an of ficial or politician that wo started to discuss but of Beckham as a man and a lawyer He has voluntarily re tired from politics and has entered the profession of law for which by educations temperament and tradition he j issO eminently fitted During his po litical days he did not let his talents remain dormant He studied good books lie kept abreast of the thought of the times He pursued his studies and now though a young man yet be I is as well or better equipped than any man in the State to make a successful lawyer Ho Is a hard student a cogent reaspner a splendid pleader and be = leader of rnenj he will sue eedlnprivatelife as he did in public The people party will find the t1 time when they will need him more than he will need tho office We pre dict moreover that when the party gets In dire straits if such a time shall come there will be a cry throughout the length and breadth of tho State for him to come from retirement to lead Meantime heres luck and hap piness to him and his God bless him Ed 0 Leigh In Bowling Green Messenger PREACHERSVILLE Everybody Is going to the Brodhead fairJ M Bell is building a large hay barn for August Bartels Menefee Elmore has an ice cream supper every Saturday night Mrs N J Horton continues quite ill Mrs Frank Lykins is quite sick Mrs Lizzie Holtzclaw and children of Stanford are visiting at lien lloltz clawsThe Record at Lancaster has one of the cleanest and neatest printing offices we were ever in and the kind welcome one gets there makes him feel like call Ing again B T Lunsford was elected school trustee by two majority A good many voters in this district stayed at home not a single voter in the Whites school district coming to the polls Only tour Negroes voted Miss Lucy Massey who is teaching the Hobbs school has about 40 pupils enrolled Mrs Will Richardson visited Mrs Joe Lunsford Miss Fan Thomp sun has returned from Springfield Mrs Lllllo Horton of Chesterfield III la Visiting Mrs Ida Rigsby Joe F lettus of Springfield with a crew of 10 workmen are building a nice sixroom cottage for D F Thompson It is one of the best planned houses we havo seen and was planned by A J Thompson who could havo been an architect had ho desired John Holtzclaw sold to J II Dough man Co 300 barrels of corn at I at tho crib The farmers are delivering their wheat at Stanford at SCc Hemp is very short corn will be some better than half a crop but Drakes creek bottom will do better Pastures are much Improved since the rain- BRODHEAD Rev Smith filled his appointment at the Baptist church Sunday Two unknown parties terrorized the citizens of the West End of town Fri day night by knocking on doors and run ning oif Whether they were thieve and meant robbery is not known Merchant Cherry suffered some dam age by the hard rain Saturday Half of his store building had been unroofed preparatory to putting on a now ono and In this fix the rain caught him It seems that there will bo plenty of red liquor here during tho fair Jugs are being shipped in in bunches One man took from the depot a box contain ing 200 empty pint bottles If tho tem perance people will bo vlgilent tho lawbreakers will be canght Wm Murphy and wife of Middle town 0 aro visiting relatives here Mrs 0 J Sawin formerly Miss Delph la Colyer and little daughter Marion of Indianapolis are with relatives hero Miss Helen Sayers and Mrs Harry Ow ens of Spiro were with Miss Burdctto Owens Sunday Miss Sallie Newland of Lebanon Junction is visiting rela fives here Miss Pearl Edwards of Ok lahoma is visiting Mrs J W Tate Mrs W E Gravely and children and Mrs II II Hutchison are visiting in Virginia Mrs D E Davis of Mt Vernon was tho guest of her sister Mrs Potts Mr and Mrs Barnett of Quail were with Mrs Ed Albright Mrs A W Turpin and daughterin low are visiting bt Bertha Knox county Mrs Grant SIgman of Corbin is the guest of Miss Cora Sigman Pain anywhere stopped In 20 minutes sure with one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Tho formula is on the 2cent box Ask your Doctor or Druggist about this formula Stops womanly pains headache pains anywhere Write Dr Shoop Raclno Wis for tree trial to prove value of hIs Headache or Pink Pain Tablets Sold by Pennys Drugstore State Auditor Frank P James has refused to pay over to the threo edu ational institutions of the State tho 500000 appropriated for them by the last session of tho General Assembly and will not do so until he has an opinion oftho Attorney General advising him to do so lie says the act must be shown to be constitutional before ho lets the money go She Likes Good Things Mrs Chas E Smith of West Frank in Maine says I like good things and have adopted Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills as our family laxative medicine ecausethoy are good and do their work without making a fuss about it These painless purifiers sold at Pen iys Drug Store 25 NEWS NOTES Harry Thaw through his attorney has filed a petition In bankruptcy in the Federal court at Pittsburg PA A Western pony ran away at Bloomington Ind instantly killing Isaac Fox and Injuring his fatherinla John Mullis so he died an hour later After burning for a week tho forest fires in Calavcras Bounty Cal are under control Thousands of dollars worth of property has been destroyed Because of the deficit In tho opera tion of thestrcct car system of Cleveland with 3cent fare it is planned to temporarily increase cash fares to five centsAt Now Castle Rev T J Godbey 74 years old died of the infirmities of old age lie was one of the best known Methodist ministers in the Kentucky conferenceThe Lodge of Knights of Pythias chose lIanry P Brown of Cle burne Tex supremo chancellor at Boston The Pythian Sisters also elect ed George Vahoy and Chas W Pohlman an importer both of Cleveland were instantly killed when a big touring car plunged down an embankment near Sylvania 0 Kirtley Hester shot and killed L C Copas town marshal of Rockey Hil Station Edmonson county Copas had arrested Henry Hester a cousin of Klrtleys and in a controversy that occurred over his arrest Copas was killed Mrs Russell Sage Is said to be contemplating the purchase of Constitu tional Island in the upper Hudson opposite West Point and presenting it to the United States government as a site on which to erect the worlds greatest military preparatory school Gov Willson openly denounced the County Judge and County Attorney of Bracken county Ho accused them of a most shameful disregardof their oaths to perform their duty to the people in rotation to they recent disorders in Bracken county growing out of recent nightrider outrage Wilbur Wright the American aero plane inventor gave his machine a public trial at Lemans France and sailed twice around a field In one min ute and 46 seconds Tho distance traveled was a little over a mile The machine behaved well and the exhibi tion was accounted a distinct success IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES At Jamestown John W Warren G5 years old died at his home lie was ai Union soldier during the Civil War Deputy Sheriff Gooch of Lincoln county arrested James Hooker at Stan ford Monday and brought him here yes terday morning to answer a charge of beating his board billMt Vernon SIK nal Sergt Wiley Morris of the Middles boro militia company was presents with the Williams gold medal offered to the Kentucky sharpshooter making the highest mark in the national rifle shoot at Port Clinton 0 Dill Stover a Negro desperado cons tnittcd suicide at Middles boro Stove said Will RImal a Negro committed an assault on a white woman near Se ierville Tenn In his presence several weeks ago lie gave a clew as to Rl mals whereabouts The loss by fire of tho Grcenbaum distillery and warehouses with other property at Midway will bo near 1000000 The Green aums who operated the distillery It is said are covered y insurance The big losses will come from outside persons who had whisky stored in tho warehouses Many of these had no insurance Served as coffee the now coffee ubstituto known to grocers every where as Dr Shoops Health Coffee rill trick even a coffee export Not A grain of real coffee in it either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nuts etc have been so cleverly blended as to give a wonderfully satisfying coffee taste and flavor And it is made In a minute too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Pennys Drug- Store The PillsburyWashburn Flour Milling Company was placed in the hands of receivers by tho Federal Court at Minneapolis as the result of a friendly suit filed by creditors and certain stockholders A reorganization of the Immense corporation Is planned The company which has outstanding stocks and bonds amounting to nearly 10 30000 has many large and widely scattered creditors S Attention Asthma Sufferers t Foleys Honey and Tar will give Immediate roliof to asthma sufferers and has cured many cases that had ifased to yield to other treatment bestIhroat and lung trouble Contains no harmful drugs New Stanford Drug Co HUSTONVILLE Mrs Clarence iiis dangerously ill of cancer Myers Lutes ehipped two cars c f yearling cattle to Cincinnati Union prayer meeting will be held at the Baptistrchurch next Sunday eve nIngJ D Yocum killed a rattle snake on his front porch last week that had five rattles and a button John D Burton and wife have the thanks of rural route carrier on No 1 for a treat of delicious peaches Judge Boyle Stone and P W Napier- of Liberty were in our city Sunday en route home from the Danville fairIMcCormack Vaughn left Monday for Russell Wayne and Pulaski counties where they are to receive several large lots of stock recently bought to graze and feed here Much interest is already manifesto In the camp meeting at Jumbo and by the end of this week the abernacleI with a seating capacity of filled to overflowing Judge Wm Myers sold his one halt Interest in the land and barns formerly owned by Mrs J M Cook to his partner Chas Lutesfor 1250 Mr Lutes will continue in the live stock trade The all day rain Saturday last has spoiled a flattering prospect for a large crop of cow corn in this locality and Insures an average crop and possibly more as the acreage is unusually large Rev B J Pinkerton of Lexington will preach at the Christian church here next Sunday morning In the absence of Rev Willis who is holding a protract ed meeting in Bourbon county A large audience will greet him A protracted meeting at the Presby terian church conducted by Rev Law son of Springfinld will begin on Aug 17 There will be prayer meeting at the church every evening of tho week previous All are cordially invited to attendTerry Nowelltho enterprising saw mill men are contemplating putting in machinerywith which to prepare lum ber for the immediate use of the build ereThis will be a step in the right di rection and will tilla long felt want and encourage prospective builders in this part of the county Josiah Bishop of this city took first money 5125 in tho 300 colt stake at Harrodsburg with his Victoria Dare filly by Dignity Dare over 24 entries He will take this equine model to the State Fair as well as to the Lexington fair As a breeder Dignity Dare is without a peer in Kentucky Mrs Robert Hunn and children of Louisville are visiting relatives here C IL McCormack and wife of Mid dleburg are visiting E McCormack and family Mr Mont Damron has ac cepted a position with a manufacturing company at Lexington and likes it so far Prof John TU Bosley and wife of Winchester spent last week with Mrs S D Yowell Mrs R H Blain and children of Louisville are visiting Rev C R Blain the new pastor of the Pros byterian church Miss Lucile Cooper of Stanford was the guest of Misses Lou and Helen Hocker and Miss Melle Hopper August time tells on tho nerves But that spirit less no ambition feel alteredbyeverywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative Within 48 hours after beginning to uso the Restorative improvement will be noticed Of course full health will not Immediately return The gain however will surely follow And best of all you will realize and feel your strength and ambition as it is returning Outside influences depress first the inside nerves then the stomach Heart and Kidnoys will usually fail Strengthen these lan ng nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly health will be rours Sold by Pennys Drug StorefA special session of the Georgia Legislature may be called to give the committee investigating tho conduct of the State prisons more time to complete its work For Sore Feet- I have found Ilucklens Arnica Salve to be tho proper thing to use for sore feet as woll as for burns sores cute and all manner of abrasions wrltcp Mr W Stone of East Poland Maine It Is the proper thins too for piles Try it Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 25c Johnny Does the hen sit or se- tMaI 1 dont know or care but when she cackles I want to know whether shes laying or lyingFarm Journal Weak women Should road my Book No 4 for Women It tells of Dr Shoops Night Cure Tells how these soothing healing antiseptic supposl tories bring quick and certajn help The Book Is free Address Dr hoop Racine Wls Pennys Drug- Store CLEARANCE SALE Summer Clothes at Almost Zero Prices t 820 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 81398 16 50 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1198 15 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1008 f 12 50 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 048 i 10 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 748 7 50 Mens Suits in the Utest styles at 548 V 3d 00 Meha Oxford Shoes in nil leathers at 83 25 iV 3 50 liens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 29j 48I2 50 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 2 00 t 83 00 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 82 25 2 50 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 08 200 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 48 1 75 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 38 1 50 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 25 All Misses and Childrens Oxford Shoes go at prices like the above Come and see our goods before you buy Our loss is your gain SAM ROBINSON I STANFORD KY I Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc r Removal Sale of Monuments t Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadway we are obliged to seek a new location To avoid the great expense nUll risk of taking down loading hauling and resetting in the new show room we propose erecting wo offer tho largest its sortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments J 28 Headstones 85 Markersi at most attractive prices Persons who may wish to purchase later in the year could order now and have their work reserved for future delivery Wm Adams Qe Son142 North Broodway Lexington Ky Casey county Fair INCORPORATED AT LIBERTY KY AUG 26 27 and 28 J 9pa k OF ICERSJ C H BARTLE President D R BROWN Vice President J IJASON WESLEY SecTreasMUSIC BY STORMS MILITARY BAND Liberal Premiumsin all Rings Write for Catalogue Attend The Great Rockcastle County Fair AT BRODHEAD August 12 13 TAJ B Liberal Premiums Ballon Ascensions Each Day R Hs Hamm Pres John Robins Sec JIf you want your Prescriptions carefully filh ed and made frorn the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B MoROberts DRUGGIST 87ANFORD Ii The Interior Journal r L Co WALTON t J W FOLEY It candidate for Assaisor of Lincoln roun tysubJect to the actlou of the democrat party W L tdCARTY lib candidate for HberllT of Lincoln coun tysubjeettothelnction ot the democratic M S BAUGHMA- a candidate for Bherltf of Lincoln connt subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN J MOSERI countaubjectarty M BRUCE Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county abject to the action of tbe lJewocrntio party JAMES Co HAYS countyinbieetparty D C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to tbe action of tbe Democratic party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for tbe Democratic nomina tion for Jailer of Jlucoln county subject to the action of the democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska For Vice President Johh Worth Kern IofIndiana For Congress HARVEY HELM 0ofLincoln county For County Judge John Sam Owiley Jr ROBERT a COFFEY For Jailer JAMES MKECHNIE For Magistrate CAPT GANO KELLY proprietor of the Wellington Hotel at Georgetown has started a hotelkeepers fund for tho Democratic campaign He has sent his check forl5 to the treasurer of the Democratic National Committee with the hope that every other Democratic hotelkeeper in the United States will forward a similar amount Capt Kelly believes that If the papers of the coun try will call attention to Impossibilities in such a contribution from every Dem ocratic hotelkeeper in the United States an enormous sum can be raised for disseminating Democratic doctrines and he is confident that no hotelkeeper who is a Democrat and receives his patronage from his Democratic friends would decline to give so modest a sum ai5 OUR old friend and subscriber Mr f W H Furr of Flatwood Garrard county writes u4f1s it true that Mr Taft denies Christ as charged by the editor of the Pentecostal Herald 7 Mr Taft is we learn a Unitarian which sect denies the divinity of Christ and of the Holy Ghost It also denies that there are three persons in the Godhead It does not deny however that there was a Christ or that He was highly ex alted but nevertheless was a created and subordinate being This is rather a strange doctrine to us orthodox chris tians who would prefer the chief exec utive to be a Godfearing God believ ing man ARRANGEMENTS are practically com pleted for the establishment of a daily paper in Winchester Itwill be independent in politics Some of the stock has been taken by the business people and possibly more will be subscribed for The bulk of the stock will be held by experienced newspaper men The company will start with a paid up capi tal of 15000 It will take about 60 readySroar can help the other fellows get into office but they are not much runners themselves The latest editor to meet defeat In the political world to Editor Needham of the Wil liamatown Courier Some compara tively unknown man beat him a half thousand for the democratic nomination for county attorney SWAGER SHERLEY present repre sentative In Congress from the Fifth or Louisville district won the democratic nomination to succeed himself t Herman D Newcomb as ho should overI It would be in the nature of a calamity c to retire Mr Sherley MR BRYAN and Mr Chafin the latter the prohibition nominee for president had their shadows caught together at Fairview Mr Bryans home the other day Now watch some fool charge that the great Commoner is leaning toward the dry side THE news comes from Cincinnati that the price of whisky has advanced two cents on the But what do we who reside In local option territory care for such small things t bankruptlawWhat will be do next 7 Ii POLITtCAt AdlalE Stevenson was nominated for governor by the democrats of Illinois His republican opponent is Chas S Deneen Eugene W Chafin of Chicago the Prohibition nominee for President called on William J Bryan at Fairview and met a cordial reception- At Memphis Tenn in tho general county election the entire democratic ticket was successful by a good margin Four tickets were in the field Not more than 500 will be spent bi the local committee at Lincoln on AuI gust 12 when W J Bryan is mally notified of his nomination ExCongressman William S Cow herd of Kansas City was nominated for governor of Missouri over David A Ball by the democrats by 19000 major ity For the third time in his political ca reerWilliam J Bryan will be notified tomorrow of his nomination for the presidency of the United States by the democratic partY The departure of Samuel Gompers for Ohio where ho will speak on behalf of WoOJ Bryan is taken as an indication that the labor leader intends to take an active part in the campaign Sheriff Joseph P Shipp of Chatta nooga who has been figuring in con tempt cases before the Federal courts was defeated for reelection by Samuel Conner his republican opponent There is strong likelihood of Gov Charles E Hughes being selected to head the Prohibition State ticket at the partys State convention to be held at Syracuse N Y this week says a dis patchSenator Bob Taylor of Tennessee called on Mr Bryan at Fairview and suggested a comprehensive scheme for the organization of democratic clubs Ills plan met the hearty approval of Mr Bryan Without waiting for the Republican politicians of New York to decide whom they want as the Republican nominee for Governor the friends of Gov Hughes have begun arranging for a massmeeting to boom his candidacy A supreme judge and two members of the court of civil appeals were elect ed in Tennessee B D Bell democrat ic nominee was elected to the supreme judgeship and Harvie Palmer and A B Lamb democrats to the court of appealsSenator Allison was a contemporary of Lincoln and was the oldest man in point of service In the Senate He had been a member since 1873 after two terms In Congress He was not a bril liant but a hardworking man and as such his fame mustrest The following candidates paid 1000 each to enter the democratic primary for Congress In the Sixth district Joseph L Rhinock D Linn Gooch R H Elliston John T Hodge Clifford Na daud and Walter Cleary The primary takes place Aug 22 Mr Bryan gave out for publication his reply to a circular letter sent to business men of the country by James W Van Cleave president of the Manufacturers Association Mr Bry an accuses Mr Van Cleave of having a narrow idea of what constitutes a busi ness man and enters into an elaborate defense of his policies Chairman Norman Mack of the Democratic National Committee an nounced the appointment of the Fi nance and Speakers Committees for the campaign Col M C Wetmore of St Louis is chairman of the Finance Com mittee and J H Atwood 4of Kansas Is the head of the Speakers Committee Col W B Haldeman of Louisville is a member of the latter com mittee Excellent Health Advice Mrs M M Davlson of No 370 Gifford Ave San Jose CaL says The worth of Electric Bitter as a general family remedy forheadache biliousness and torpor of the11ver and bowels lis so pronounced that I am prompted to say a word in its favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such alUic ions There Is more health for the dI- gestive organs In a bottle of Electric litters than in any other remedy I know of Sold under guarantee at pennys Drug Store 60c HUBBLE Senator Hubble of Liri cola was at the fair yesterday and was delighted with the fine showing His son Logan Hubble has been a sufferer from typhoid fever for five weeks but ilt convalescing now Senator Hubble said that this was Boyle countys time to send a senator from this district and that he would not be a candidate unless the Democrats of Boyle so desired He is entirely in their hands He has fine strength here and it is a known fact that many of them want him to go popularthroughout When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these organs always fall Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to Druggists vcrywhere aslDr Shoops Restora Ove The Restorative Is prepared expressly for three weak inside nerves Strengthens these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquid and ee how quickly help will come Sold by Pennys Drug Store I CHURCH MATTERS Eld J G Levingsten fo in an Interesting meeting at Sopers Rev D W Robertson will preach at the Methodist church Sunday night Eld W G Montgomery closed a meeting at Roley last week with 64 ad ditions Casey County News Rev J W Hagin ot Covington preached two able sermons at the Chris tian church Sunday Large audience heard him The Union Sunday School of More land will give a picnic on Saturday Aug 15 A general invitation is ex tended to all to come and bring dinner MATRIMONIAL x John W Mitchell and Miss Rosa Mc Mullin both of the Southern End of Lincoln were married at SupU Garland Singletons by that gentleman last week The parents of the bride wit nessed the ceremony I Elmer Dover who resigned as sec retary of the Republican National Committee will be secretary of the advisory committee to George R Shel don treasurer of the campaign fund William Hayward of Nebraska has been chosen as Dovers successor and will have charge of the Chicago head quarters Business on the Square IwtllbelnCrahOrhnnithlstummerand winter to tench on all kind of utulcal instruments HatlsfactlonKuaruntced1IUIKJ FQRxSALE I Ilhode Island Red Pullets and Cockerels Egg from selected pen SI per IS Wild Milliard Duck Egg or young Ducks Call and tee them Mas W JKnsmTox Phono 7 CrabOrchnrdIcy STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE I I desire to sell rirlrntely my splendid stock of goods ut Kid s Wore The stoct b forth most part new and In good minble ohdltlou for further particular call on- or address H W Kldds store Ky INSURANCE Fire Lightning Wlnd Storm Life and LnuleSflIt None but the TltO OKHT and EST Companies Represented Ioweit Pos able Rates Guaranteed Loss Iaylng lvo ira Oneuualled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No H Adorinas FoxIs n handsome large young Jersey Bull do tcended from n lung std unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cows on tbu ls land ot Jersey England and America Ills alr11 one of the best bulls ever Imported and his dam Is n show cow that has given U pounds of rich milk In one day If be begets Like or the Likeness of oino Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yoursolf of till ser vice 110 will bo allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered tows outside of our own herd this year for n fee of tteach Make engagement before vending cow to be bred It ovrinTelephone IIJ Htuuford Ky Y1We have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices Reason of llOi SAMPSON This young Jack will make this season at my learn where I live thq H H Uaughman farm I4 mile Houth of munford on the How erset iilke at 110 to Insure mare colts and Ij to Insure horse colts I consider Hampson a great breeding lack All of his last year cots were extra I showed two of then at Htanford Lancaster aUd Danville fairs and won both lit nnd ind premiums in colt rings of OtolOentre Rt nil three lair also won 1st In the sweepstake ring at Lancaster the only fair that guvo a iweepstaku Light of his 1W7 colts and four of his floe colts lire now on my farm to show for them elves will appreciate any inure seat to him and reel sure you will not regret sending J II BAUGHMAX Stanford Ky Phone 44 Choice GoodsF- oaled January Iwt black with white point hands Hired by Wonder 79 land out of Cbenault Jennet MT Wonder was ired by llelknap be by Imported lielknan Choice Goodsdam by Jumbo Imported lie was bred by Charles Obenault of lloga nn Humner county Tonn and Is n great individual lie won the blue tie In the sweep take ring at the state fair at Nashville and has more blue ties te bis credit see Choice Goods before you breed lie will serve Jennets at JJO and Mares at 510 to In sure living colts Will stand two other Jacks at 110 to insure Ilvinp colt Will also stand tbe magnificent draft stale lion George lIerr at 110 to insure a living colt BA OilMAN tanford Ky Danville Board Trade Main Street Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions a Stocks bought for cash or carried on mar gins Our executions guaranteed satisfactory Business conndentlal and private telephone 8lE Tennessee for markets DANVILLE HOARD TRADE ooper Permit ton Fire arid e Life Insurance lepreeeuting old ana established Companies Odd Fellows Building Stanford Ky l 1 The Truth Every person in this city who it suffering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any formrof skin or scalp dis ease can be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durgEUts sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE nltInbuylogMcKINNEY COAT a KKKD CO E O Uouch Mgr Rs Ea HORTON Livery and Feed Stable KlngsVllle Ky KUblo near Christian church Hpeclal attention to trawling men Everything saw and nrat clss McKINNEY MARILE ft GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments Kintilati Work at Urotonalile Prices Office and Works McKinneyKyp cloned on Saturday A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I S I will tell privately my form of Ittl acres two miles from Htanford on Dnnvllln plK good brick residence two good tarns two cribs and other necessary building Rttljmo than half In grass trllllpossession In October ItI htlJleltblddrItching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zcmo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form sf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E Woe Mcd Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Wk buy read IlIlId e elothlntrwbfOn then is 0lIttledlfferencein the price of JtIIdTI made a to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Mprlng A Hummer I Ian make from a low price business suit to Ihe Qnest dress suit Overcoats Trotu irs and Fancy Vests The company I rep resent Is second to none 110 I IU ILEY The Tailor Htanford K- yCONCRETING Wearein position to do nil kind ot con creting as Illock Work Pavements and In fuel we ran make any thing from a house down to a fence last We can serve you promptly and guarantee firstclass prlctbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Weak KidneysWe- ak Kidney teertlr to weak kidney Kftrres The Kidneys like theUIwrt and the Btomach and their wwkneas not In the organ Itielf but In the nerve that control and tuld strengthen them Dr Bboops KestontUTe U a Easdldna spedfically retired to reach controlUng nUTII To dOCtOr th Kidneys ales is MIlo It Is a trash el Nob sad of massy M roar back aches or is weak If the Brie tea Ids or Iidarksad youbaTe symptoms of Brthtl or other dltreUfne or dangerous kid neT disease try Dr Bboops Kestoratln mOllUr Tabletl or wba wiD doffcryod prurdstreeomIDsadl- sadash Dr o0 S RestorativePENNYS The State University Lexington Ky The State University Lexington tens the following courses namely Alerleu- lturnl Mechanical Knelneerlng Olvll En Electrical engineering Jlining- EngineeringOlaslrriandseven Hclentino courses eaou over four ear and leads ton Bachelors degree also a Department of Law and a Department o education last has been intend of the Normal School Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced work In pedagogy are a Bach elorYdegree In tl111 subject when coinpldted The Academy for preparatory Instruction Is retained County appointees recleve free tuition of residence Inlbedorudtorlefu- elandlighttraveltngexponesitthey remain ten consecutive ate The laboratories and museum are large well equipped comprehensive and modern unitary Hcleuce li fully for as re lulred Congress Tho graduates In tbe several courses of study really nt with liberal remuneration The totlllllllmberormntric- ulntel for but year was H7H Each deport ment has a specialist ut Its head with the necessary number of assistants Young women find an excellent home with board and lodging In Patterson Itch which Is well equipped with all the modern conveniences hall for physical culture nt tftM per week All courses of study In the University are open to women on Identical conditions with those applyIng- to males Tbo completion of the Agricultural Jlln InK Engineering Laboratory and Education building afford and commodious quarters for these departments which are rapidly increasing In the pumber of matrlc catalogues of obtaining appointments Information relnrdlllg- counel and terml or admlllloolIp to JAMES K FATTE1WOK Ph President or to D O IltAZEE iluinea A fish Term Begin Sept to 1908 SeasonY Ir It is just the time to WEAR Summer Goods but the time for SELLING them isIdrawing to a close and to help clean up our I Remnants we are greatly reducing prices All Straw i Hats cut HALF in two 750 Panamas at 500 WalkOver and Manss 400 Low Shoes at 300 and the 350 Low Shoe at 275 Two Piece Suits i I 20 Suits for 1350 1750 Suits for 12 15 Suits for X10 and 10 Suits for 7 These are clean fresh new goods and indeed a bargainH J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY OK Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 33330OO Resources 34000000 I s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER HC CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER VIDIREOTORSs J B Owelo Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cub Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor a Gilbert Creek It L Hubble Lancaster W II Cummins Prcachcrsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek 0 ltPirst Tfational JaStanford Jty iJt Jsirpua anti Wndudd 9nlII 119 000 fat paid in Eioidtntts shoe Organisation Jf2f 500ilSnotto tyem jfceeuntt on Our 9tftrits I OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier II C Baugbman Asst Cashr WWSaunder Bookkeeper a a DIRECTORS J F Reid J II Bsughman M D Elmore J M Peltus S H Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S linker tC E Tate Summer Vacation Trips VIA IJUEENCRESCENTROUTE ISlake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale If you Intend taking a trip nil out bUnk and mill for Information H C KINO c P A 101 East Main St Lexington Ky f Name iir t Address DestinatlonI toP t The Interior Journal BTJFORD Ky Ami 11 1908 1 EL BARDO Is a mild Gc clllar guaranteed clear Havana filled Try it upon our personal recommendation Penny s Store Is no bettor way to cool o 1theee hot days than at Soda Fountain lea CreamSoda Water Is delicious and refreshing PERSONALS Miss MYRTLE EADS is at Olympian Springs MISS ELLA MAY NEWLAND is visiting frlinda in Danville MRS II U SAUFLEY has been quite sick for poveral days MRS HENRY HOLDERMAN is viaiting relatives at Springfield MR CLARENCE HARDEN of Uellovuo is visiting Mr Nealy Stone I Miss IETITIA WARREN of Boyle is with Miss Margaret Warren Cot J P CHANDLER will act as ring master at tho Brodhead Fair Miss NANNIE KENNEDY of Knox t ville is with her parents hero 4 MR S II MULKEY of Occola Ark is with his son W 0 Mulkey MRS C M JONES has returned from 1avisit to friends in Bowling Green All T T MARTIN and wife of Lex ington are over to see Ills parents MRS ADEUA WOODS and Miss Min rile Woods arc at Crab Orchard Springs ERNEST MARTIN of Paris passed through to the Brodhead fair yesterday GAIT D II GOYEN is spending a few weeks with the homefolks at Lexing tonMR S B MITCHELL of Louisville spent several days with James T Men efec MRS MIKE CASTELLOof Wayne coun ty Is with her sister Mrs J N Men efee MR II D MCCLURE and wife of Downs are with Mr J N Cash and family ti DR M LEE PliES of Moreland has returned from Texas where ho went to ice a sick sister JOHN JONES and son Morris of St Joseph Mo ore with the formers Josh Jones t brother GEORGE G MENHFEB who has enter od school at Bcrkoly California orders the I J sent to him MRS L E CARPENTER of Jersey City N J is with her parents Mr andiUra J N Menefee REV B C nORTON Is over from Fort Thomas to see his mother Mrq N J Horton who is very ill MR J M MOUNT and wife of Uocky Mount N C wero guests of her mother and brothers in this county Miss POLLY TRAYLOR of Stanford hu been the recent visitor of Mrs J E Storms Lancaster Record MRS It H Coors n of tho Turners villa section is trying tho Olympian Springs baths for rheumatism JUDGE W L DAWSON carrier on It R No 2 is enjoying his 15day lay off He will attend the Lexington fair CLINTON K MARTIN of Bowling Green Business University is with his grandparents Mr and Mrs C M Jones CAM W P BALLARD and Mrs L P Pigs of Kansas City will arrive this ti week to visit their sister Mrs Joseph Coffey MB GEORGE MILLER GIVENS of tho West End has gono to Mobile Ala to see hit son Mr R H Givens who has appendicitis TALL SPALDING and wife of Louis villa were here Saturday to see his grandfather Col T P Hill who con tinues quite ill MR W P LAWftENCB and wife of Harrodsburg attended the funeral ol tho latters father Mr W T B White Thursday MR W D NEWLAND writes from Vincenncs lad that It Is a mistake t about Miss Ion Newjtnd being ill He says she U enjoying the very best of health MRS SANFORD U ALLEN and little Margaret and Ec beth Allen after several weeks stay with Mr E P a Woods and family returned to Millers burg yesterday t NEWS comes from Broken Arrow I T that a son has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs George T Wood The 4youngster has been christened John the middle name being for Mr Morgan Smith Baughman of this place Mina MARY SHEPPARD COOK of Stanford is visiting her aunt Mrs J M Owens on Maple Avenue M C Wil llama has begun extensive improve ment on his new homo on Harveys Hill lie expects to move about September Mrs Linda Tucker has returned from a yisit to relatives In Lin colu countySomerset Times Miss NANCY YEAGER of Stanford is withMisa Elizabeth Baughman for the greatest Tair ever held In Boyle county Mr Ed Hale of Kansas City and Miss LouisaLynn of Stanford areguests of Mr and Mrs John A Wood Mrs An ne Engleman and daughters Misses Nannie Woods and Suo Taylor Engle man and their visitor Miss Levisa Harris of Hubblewee among tho many attractive guests at the fair terday They remained for the dance t yf last night and the fair today the guests of Mrs John Yeager Advo rates s Miss MARIETTA WALLACE Is visiting Lexington relatives MRS J S REED of Lexington Is with her mother Mrs Mattie White LOCALS HEMP knives at W HlIIgglnsf TEN or 15 caps of honey for sale Ed Hubbard IHRFRlOERATORStcloslng out prices SEE our new stock of ranges just received Farris JUST INcarload of Pioneer Wire Fence E T Pence PRETTY ofmourning veils at Miss Ella May Sounders 2t PURE white clover honey for sale II J McRoberts Stanford SPECIAL solo on clothing this week Price cut Cummins Wearen t GOOD rains foil several days of last week and vegetation is humping itself f175 to Cincinnati and return Sunday 16th Train leaves depot here at 5 M nice Portland cement just received J M Phillips Stan ford FOR SALE Saw mill and engine slan1CordJ FREEMAN has opened up a box ball alley in the Owslcy storeroom on Main street CITY TAXES DuiYourcity tax is due Please call and settle B D Carter collector Mn JoIN RORINS secretary of Brodhead Fair has our thinks thoI complimentary to the exhibition at place Aug 12 13 14 CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Are you to build this fall 7 If so let mo figure with you Work done satisfac torily Will Stone phone 84 ON account of continued ill health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper FOR SALEStock of merchandise and fixturesabout 2000for sale In good Lincoln county town and doing nlco business Write or phone this office THE Somerset Journal got out a splendid catalogue for the Somerset Fair Association It Is a typographical beauty The fair will be held Sept 1 23 RANDALL COFFEY l completing a handsome residence at Moreland He and his partner George W Hunn will have two pf tho best houses in that little cit- y1oruin SMITH BAUGHMAN of Stan ford was an interested spectator at the fair lie is a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln and his friends say he is a sure winnerAdvocateTUANKSSecretary Isaac Walker of tho Wayne County Fair has our eX1hlbltlonlo Sept 8 91011EV- ENTUALLY you wilIuse Rex coal why not begin now and save money 7 Incidental to inferior coal Denhams coal yards Stanford and Rowland Phones 49 and 1182 2t FOR splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the beat farms In the county On Hustonville pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phono me A J Rice Stanford Ky THE Ladies Aid ty the Pres byterian church will hold their meeting next Friday afternoon at 2 oclock All the ladies of that church are again vited There was no meeting last Fri tiny on account of rain WRENDavld HWren aged 36 years and son of Mr John Wren on Lower Main Street died last week of consumption of the bowels Mr Wren was a hardworking honorable young man He was an honored Odd Fellow and that fraternity In a large body fol lowed his remains to Buffalo Springs Cemetery where appropriate services were held by Rev T W Barker Much sympathy is felt for the Wren family this making the second son to pass Into the great beyond in the last six months May lie Who dooth all things for the best comfort this family In their great affliction THE Bourbon Fiscal Court has ap propriated 707474 for reconstruction work on tho 300 miles of turnpike in the county Why dont tho Lincoln county fiscal court do something like the above 7 Our pikes are badly in need of metal and several bridges ought to be repaired or made now before Fall It looks like every county in the Stato has better pikes than Lincoln Why is It 7 We hopo It is not tho fiscal courts fault See Mr Fiscal Court if some thing cant bo done for our pikes as taxes aro mighty high We are ono of the kind that believe in the dancer pay ing for hie music but want good music to dance by the same with pikes 1 OXFORDS at coat for the next ten days Cummins Werrene TIIRF coalJclllco double screened 9c per bushel at Denhams coal yards 2t SEE the New St Drug Gos show window for box writing paper at reduced prices GET ingood humor A box of Wileys candy will do the work New Stanford Drug Co 1 THE L N will sell roundtrip tickets to Niagara Falls from Stan ford good for 12 days at 1090 Tim 1908 tax books have been made out and your taxes are due Como in and settle T J him sheriff TUB Brodhead Fair begins Wednes day Lincoln county will send up a big delegation and considerable stock ON account of Blue Grass Fair at Lexington the L N will sell round trip tickets from Aug 9th to 15th Inclusive limited to the 17th at t2 Joe MUNDAY lectured to men only at the court house Friday night to a good crowd Ho has traveled all over the world and his observations were discussed in an interesting manner Mr Munday will lecture again tonight to women only DAwsoNMdse Minnie Dawson daughter of Mr and Mrs L L Daw son of Jefferson City Mo died last week of consumption and was buried at Asb Grove Mo She was 23 years old and had been in delicate health all ocher life Her mother Is a sister of Mr T D Raney of this place and with her husband she moved West some 10 years ago e THE wills of Mrs Anna Katharine VonGrucnlgan and Rev W T B White were probated yesterday The former divides her property among her children Tho latter leaves his entice state to his wife during her lifetime after which it is to be divided equally between her children This was the ex tent of the business done in court yes terday ENCLOSED find check for advertise mCnt as per bill rendered It gives me great pleasure to state that from point of attendance this has been the most successful year in the history of the as sedation Please express our thanks to the good pepleoC Lincoln for their liberal patronage which meant so much to tho success of of our fair writes Secretary R L Elkin of tho Garrard County Fair Association AN excellent opportunity is afforded those who desire to fill their coal houses early Will accept orders fortho next deIlherlestho following prices 76 pounds per bushel Bertha Jellico lump at 10c Rex block and lump at 11 Jc i cent ad vance for September Only those who place their orders are protected In these prices W D Edmiston Crab Orch ard UNDER a splendid picture of him this is what the Frankfort Journal has to say about Prof J W Ireland of this city who is conducting the Elkhorn Teachers Institute at that place Prof J W Ireland is superintendent of the Stanford Graded Schools and is Presi dent of the Musical Department the Kentucky Educational Association His work has been a distinctive and most delightful feature of the Institute He possesses a wonderfully powerful bass voice of remarkable volume and sweetness Critics who have heard him sing predict a brilliapt future for him in a musical career should he de cide to mako that work a specialty HAYS Af long illness of a com plication of troubles Price V Hays son of Mrs Pattie Hays died at Kansas City and his body was brought here and laid away in Buffalo cemetery yesterday after appropriate words at the grave by Eld J W Hagin He was 21 years old and went West with his mother and sister some years ago He was hold ing a responsible position in a Kansas City bank when he became ill and so much did the officials of the institution think of him that they continued his salary until his death Ills mother was too III to accompany tho remains to this place Deceased was a nephew of Mrs W W Hays and Mr J L Beazley of this place- TRIDDLECol Durrett W Tribble of Madison county died at the homo of his sister Mrs P P Nunnelley at 730 yesterday morning after a brief ill ness He had been troubled for some troublebutuntil he came to Stanford Col Trib ble was 66 years old and had never been married He was a Knights Tem plar in good standfng He represented his county in the Legislature somo 15 years ago and did it with much credit During the Civil War Col Tribblo took aides with the South and was imprison ed at Camp Chase for his denunciatory utterances concerning the North De ceased was a fine gentleman and he will be missed by his large circle of friends in this and adjoining counties The remains were taken to Richmond this morning and laid to rest in the beauti ful city of the dead at that place lrL WHITES Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is a good seller Mr R C White who was in Cincinnati last week sold it to 115 drug stores FOR SALEEntfo atocicof goods consisting of groceries meat cooler and butcher tools East Main St Stan ford Jr B Higgins TilE 15 shares of stock In tho Nation al Bank of Hustonvlllo owned by the estate of Mrs Jane Lloyd brought 16950 to 172 nfcpublic auction yester day YOUR attention is called to the adver tisement of Wm Adams Son the Lexington monument men They have decided to change their location and are determined to reduce their stock before doing so See what they say IN the school trustee election fit Moreland our old friend George W Hunn won hands down over A W Hail Out of 125 voteshe got a round 100 We wager he will mako a trustee of whops the district people will bo proudLoGANDr J V Logan aged 73 for 17 years president of Central Uni versity at Richmond died at a North ern Summer resort and hit remains left St Paul Minn yesterday morning for burial at Richmond He was the fath er of Rev S M Logan for several years pastor of tho Presbyterian church of this place THE electedinthe Crab Or chard Educational Division No 2 will please meet me at Crab Orchard Aug 26 at 2 p M for the purpose of or ganizing a board for said educational division Those in Hustonville Educa tidnal Division No 4 will please meet me at Briggs school house two miles north of McKinney Aug 28th for the purpose of organizing a board for that educational division Those in Waynes burg Educational Division No3 will meet me at Waynesburg at 2 P M Aug 20 for the purpose of organizing a board for that educational division The trustees elected in Stanford Educa tional Division No1 will meet me at the court house Aug 22 at 2 p Mfort- ho purpose of organizing a board for said educational division G Singleton superintendent COFFEY NOMINATED FOR JAILER Mr IL II Coffey was nominated for jailer by an enthusiastic body of demo crats yesterday afternoon Mr R H Brotiaugh was made chairman and E C Walton secretary Mr Bronaugh stated the object of the meeting after which the following resolutions were offered and passed Wo the Democrats of Lincoln county Ky in mass convention assembled take this opportunity to express our re gret at the necessity which compels us to assemble today for the purpose of nominating candidado to fill out the unexpired term of the late Isaac Herrin jailer of Lincoln county While this expression of our sorrow Is actively concurred In by only the members of the political party with which he stead fastly affiliated we venture to affirm that we are not alone in deploring the loss which was sustained in His death by the citizenship in general of this county As a citizen his life was most exemplary as an official he served the people of his county with a courage honesty and fidelity that placed him above criticism from any source and as a Democrat he was without fault or blemish As a recognition of his worth and to repair as far as possible the loss occasioned to his family by his death we feel that his term of office should be filled by some one whose service will b devoted to the family of Isaac Herrin Hon G A Lackey in a splendid talk nominated Mr Coffey and a dozen pr more gentlemen seconded the nomination No other nominations were made and he was declared the nominee without a dissenting voice The chair appointed Messrs S M Owens Rowan Saufley and J M Alverson committeee to notify Mr Coffey of his nomination and he appeared and thanked the fellow democrats for the honor and promised to do all in his power to carry the banner to victory in Novemher The meeting then bdjourned CUT FLOWERS Of all kinds always on band Prices sonable BpeclBl attention to funeral orI wedding orders f CHIUBMAN GREENHOUSE Ed Hubbard Prop Aanford Ky Splendid Blue Grass Farm for Sale 1 JrrAt executor L J Cloyd I will offer tor sale nt public outcry on the premUes at about 10 A x Tuesday Sept IS lien the mngnlllcent blue grass farm of about ass acres of which the tiled possessed It Is sit uated In Lincoln county Ky on n turn ptkenlout24 miles from McKinney and about the same distance from Hustonville Thelmprorementi consist principally of n twostory frame dwulllng dou ble crib buggy house tenant house nil necessary outbuildings cistern stock scales etc In Brats but nbout 75 acres It Is near good schools churches and a railroad railwayTheseeding purposes will be at soon as the terms sain are complied with and of the whole tract Jan IstlvOV At least one third of the purchase price must ba paid In arrangedbest farms In Lincoln county For further particulars addressJ PAXTON Executor KyJI 1DBCATOR C Have you ever noticed a ichild hopping along on the side of its foot with s very earnest look of k suffering wrinkling the chubby face Remember what that meant when you were a child Blisters Educator shoes do not blister the feet The toes spread out as comfortably in the new shoes as in old There is no struggle as to whether the foot shall stretch the shoe or the shoe compress the foot Both arc the tame shape and arc friends from the start In addition to above line of Shoes we sell the Burt Packard Shoe for Men Zeigler Ladies Fine Shoes and THE RELIABLE GOD 1 MAN SHOE in Medium Price goods Try our SHOES for NEXT Pair I t tl SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY t 1 Bargains ig Parasols l i As the Summer is nearly gone let j us save you some money We have a few White and Fancy Parasols left I Your choice at cost Long Gloves at jF 10 per cent discount through the l f month of August See our Fancy Collars and Neckwear Dont forget eInternational Tailoring at TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes V 7 f Opera 1STANFORD Farmers Best friends Oliver Plows Disc Harrows and Su perior Gram Drills Call and See Them v a IVeH HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky i s f The Interior Journal 8hkredintheoe1Offieeat Stanford at McorufctoM matter H7BUBHBD TUBSDAYH AMD ri IUTa AT 500 PER YEAR CASH meD not eo paid MOO will be charged LN TOTE TABLE No Houth Hl2l fxNo Houth llir x I No North 33 A x No 23 North Jia P xI JOS 8 RICE Agont I B D CARTER Now Livery a Depot Stroot Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Porlhenrrertandconvlctlonofanyperontrespassing doing Injury to lic hlghwapsor Injury to stock from the Jr lands of other pro reward refers to- past present nnd future oleo offer a spec ial reward IV for particulars see me I nlto offer two special of PJ and each 15 JO Carpenter A S PRICESurgeon Dentistp STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building For thenext few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in in MATTINGS e G B Pruitt Moreland A Frlendln Need Is A Friend Indeed ForIn trance on Farm Property in eluding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY I J 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE tDESIQNS m COPYRIGHTS Ac Anrone tending a sketch and deer1ptk n mar entekllascertain our opinion tree w ether an t Conimonlca tlonifrletlreonddentui on rlu tJteutanitre Without c rae1U the Scientific americans Ahandiomolf lllnifralFd wertlf reett Hr eolation of anr PlentlUe nurnelL Term tl a ear tnnr roontbl BoMbjall newtdralcrx mUNN Co3BIOroadwsr New York Jraocb Offlco 3S F BU WnblEgton D I JLBeazIeyCo t It tt Undertakers and Embalm 4 era Also Dealers in Fur Theypill Kinds of Stock Give ifthem a Call Prices Right ji t f STANFORD KENTUCKYrjr J C McClary fUndertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery J frK 1 y i TANFOftD KY- T I OfflcePlionotIfl7 Homo Phono 89 I 1q FARMERS DSPARTMIKT S J Bell sold to SHaa Russell of Ca sey a work horse for 120 FOR SALE75 barrels of corn Geo 0 Spoonamore Preacheravllle 4t S L Ashley of the West End had a valuable horse to die of lockjaw week lastI B G Fox of Danville has in the last 10 days 100 yearling mules at 90 to 110 S T Harris and R B Woods will take their fine mules to the Lexington fair this week FOR SALE Winter seed oata and Winter seed barley E G Bickloy R R No 2 Stanford Ky J B Honaker of the West End bought 55 sheep at lc and 40 feeding for Dec 1 delivery at 465 Mrs Grant Cooke of Danville sold farm of 96 acres in Mercer county to Brummctt Bros of Whitley county for 16500 FOR SALE Ten good common sense hemp brakes Will sell at a bargain J Frank Smith R F D No2 Stanford Ky FORSftLE16 extra good yearling J mules 14 mares and two horses also a pair of 17hand Gyrold mare mules weighing 2800 pounds B Ramsey Paint Lick FOR SALEA lot of seed wheat Kansas Red variety If taken by Aug will sell at Reafty for BowingC James McKechnie Lancaster R R No 2 phonet184 S FOR SALE16 two yenr old mules nine mares and six horses Will sell in or to suit purchaser Some or the mules are broke to work J W Hughes Moreland Ky FOR SALECross between Oxford and Softthdown buck lambs and a few aged bucks This makes a great cross Also a few pure bred Southdowns Henry Baughman Hustonville Ky Col S T Harris of Stanford was a happy man yesterday afternoon when he took both the blue and the red tics the champion mule sweepstake ring He has according to expert judges some of the best mules in the country They are sure to take the blue wherever shownAdvocate Big Mack Eubanks of Lincoln coun ty was warmly congratulated yester day mqrning when his fine jack took the blue ribbon in the rina for jacks under one year of ape There were four entries of extra good ones and in such a collection it is worth something to take the blueAdvocateST- ANFORD COVRTA good crowd was on hand yesterday and there was considerable activity in business Cat tle sold low but a good many changed hands Yearlings brought 315 to 31c two year olds about the game A small amount of butcher stuff what at tic There Vas not much demand for horses- A number of mule colts sold at 50 to 85 At the Harrodsburg Fair Robert Woods got the blue tie on best mare tad colt In a colt ring of 19 entries tie also won the blue Josiah Bishop of Wept End got the red tie In the 300 colt stake which had 25 entries Mr Bishop got first premium and Mr Woods second Hays Foster got a blue on his Red Leaf colt which was ihgwn against a big field at Danville Why Lee Got Well Everybody In Kanesville 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural routo8 Shet rites My luwband James Leo firmly believes ho owes his life to the use of Dr Kings Now Discovery His lungs were so severely affected thatconsump t Ion seemed inevitable when a friend recommended New Discovery Wo tried and its use has restored him to perfect health Dr Kings Now Dlscov ery Is the King pf throat and lung rem el1lesFor coughs and colds it has no qual The first dose gives relief Try tt Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60c and 81 Trial bottle free Kentucky Fur Dates i The following are the dates fixed for lolding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 Lexington Aug 10 5 days Burkeaville 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 daysISomerset Sept 4 days Paris Sept 1 5days Monticello Sept 8 4 days A Boon to Elderly People IMost elderly people have pme kidney or bladder disorder that is both painful and dangerous Foleys Kid pey Remedy has proven a boon to many elderly people as it stimulates the urinary organs corrects irregu larities and tones up the whole aye tem Commence taking Foleys Kid- neY Remedy at olive and be vigorous New Stanford Drug Co I Senators Foraker and Dick have been invited to attend but not to speak at the opening t the Taft campaign in Ohio The principal addresses will be made by Gov Senator Bevcr idgo and Gov Hughes Foleys Kidney Remedy willcuro any QloinNoStanford Drug Qo 1 Here and There ONE hayrake left will sell at a bargain J L Beazley GoV Willson appointed John Burke of Pike county assistant mine inspec tor Rockcastle county John Graves IIn and killed Brack Thacker over an Clarence H Redman has been appointed postmaster at New Haven Nelson county About 400 former employes of the Government printing office bindery who were dismissed by former Public Printer Stilllngs cannot rtenter the service without submitting to another examinationJohn Williams wrp has been honored by the Democratic party far beyqnd his deserts is said to be skulking in his tent because Mr Bryan was nominated for the presidency We hope this la a mistake The democrats of the Twentyninth judicial district of Kentucky met at Somerset and nominated Frank liar rison of Wayne county to oppose B Bethurum of Somerset Republican candidate for Commonwealth Attorney How to Avoid Appendioltlsfe Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Foleys Orino Laxative cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restored the natural action of the bowels Foleys Orino Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and ia mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes New Stanford Drug Co Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific prepwitlon fop external use Stop itching ab4 destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and U permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sm pIe EW Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store Jesse W Sweeney rcorairroB- Llvory FM sad Salt Stable Lancaster Ky- HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER o Weekly Courier Journal M AND The Interior Journal II BOTH ONE YEAR FORn ONLY 150 Few people In tt o Unlted State have not teard of the OourlerJournal Democratic l a all thing fair In all thlngi clean ID ifll tblngllt Is essentially family paper Dy special arrangement we are enabled to oh er the WEEKLY OOUBIfJBOURNAL ODet year and thli paper for the price named bore Bend your tabicrlptlon for the cum ilnatloa to Usnot tc the OoarlerJournal If You Want to Keep Posted on Political DoI ingsSubscribe for the IjeItucyState Journal The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky Write for Price and Par ticulars to IWP WALTON Ky Small Farm For Sale I I Situated on pike four mile from Stanford acres Uood reildf nco and abundant outhouses in good repair For further particulars con nt thll- olnce Partner Wanted Partner to furnish the 1U0nfY for am take HpltceHaveInformotlonlddreIlIIK John DL D Tbur sign Writing rnperandI House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Intirltr Frisco DiceriUrO- mlnlng Eta MoKINNKJT KY MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No M Ft AM will meet Instated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month at TtiM ilock In their ball on Main street 8Un ronl Members of sister are frs 1lentiywPOSTED Iforbid11olntorl 1JMn J K Pulllnm It It rulllam Peter llnlmer airs Katherine Ador lIldeytOlSannonJames t131 Uncle Joseph Unllou M H Ljrtle MM Jni Italnn UtnrpenlerMrThompsonThomas t Iavld Kurtonit J It hunch MC Illchantion Jo Ih Krutt Miss Mettle hews Ilelrbrnbach Fred VonOruongan It Gaines UrotAlbert Vonoruengnn A T lllburnOooch N II Fred llnunmnn 011 henrylllmllllrIWill Fester It O WOKIoyd J W JIJaII J W JK U W Ddooch W H lauRbmncII UnderwoodJtHon John Dun Traylor IoarterlllIrtlllM D Mn N nUoad O K Tnl 11IDavid Mtevens John 1L O Durham W n nntllbOllck Fivd llandorf Adeline Craig Cbrlittnn Jacob J J Thompson D M And T on J FMo er Mrnnd InJI H Yond A KlUiut Mrs N J Horton lognnMrs I WIt Dnughvrty Chester SI Thli son of Cbvttvr Dare will mike the reynteaonlitntJ barn inllr from nisi Mlddlelmrg Ike nt to Iniura a llvtnr colt limrKimos AJ IC rnniumiK H Is n Inuk with star In forrbend wltlt all the style and llnUh clnrncdlritlo- f the Chester intro family n good tiding ore rout n iirovwn brewlrr Hew him before ooklug your Snares If you are looking fur a 1t11OO11Irwdnt IIvlnl Ilrll I4lydbyOte tr Darv hit dues by Telegraph 2nd tlam by Ilppy by MnmbrlnoChluf Chester Peavine 3184 A8H H In ottering the service of this young stel lion to the uuhllo I do not hesitate to he UIIIIst lId IAddio tnilion thllt sal If rttl for service In xliln county title year s his briMvlliig will show Hind by Hex Penvlne hll by Hex MoDormld Ml 1st ntu Miss Madison 4 vti sbo yrhPSterDnre 2nd dnm by IVarlne Hi more extended Jltdl nw will bu furnlsltml an nppllcntlon This tnlllon bns the het of saddle one world In him Itotb 2nd dams by lea Ine Rt crosses twice to limck Htiulrrvlt wire o Htonewull Jnckson once to Dave Akin IS With the style and llnlsh of Hbwiter Hire the tlrnlnn and action of IVavlne low can be brwd wrong ills sire Ilex raIneproduced thm cbiimt loniiblp winners year iCdnn Mae and 1nylMy Heo nnd brtttl to hlmlt you want tile d Will serve n llmltnl number of mares nt 35 to Insure n living colt At the same time and place wilt stand thrr us good mute Jacks as cnn be found In he country at the low price of tv to Iniuni a cult- Noneyduewithnll the above advertised lock when colt Is foaled or when mare eves hands of owner at Hint of service or- br11 to other stock All rare take t to eat nccldents but not respontllile should any occur Ornssnt rrownnblaprlcu- 11S4t1UDDlI McKtnney Ky Central Kentucky ea1tstatetxchange TITLE CO NolAacres on the Wayneslmrg pike nenr Highland Broom house barn Stud 0th outbuildings nice orchard Thlsproper tT Is near and schoolhouse Is worth tlrl1rlce 1J- No1Rdacre S miles Bqutli of Crab Or cl ard bn the a twostory- Ouse good barn orchard and II well weber Itnlmut bus acres of title land Is bottom land and produces flue crop A burgnln nt Ji cash balance In Oslo and two years No 3115 acres on luck Greek near Way leslmrg room house barn and other out ulldlnas plenty of water Cull price No4109acrt near Level Green Hock astle county Ky This farm has n lory frame bousa would cost tp build nowI MXO good burn crib Ac located near church njidschool This Is a nice home and an be bought for per acre yt cash rev- tatnderIni2monRu No IS3 acres adjoining the above farms Macros In of rooms cod barn stud other outbuildings nice or hens One of the best springs In the coun ty Irlce Wfn holt 1 and 8 rare No 6231 acre farms Not and I acres In cultivation balance In tint nt Good white oak hickory anti sortie tilts edar Hits 2 tory log hum and good orch ald well watered Cash price CIO- JNoTducrednear Muretsburg Ky150 cros In cultivation good dwelling house tarn and necessary outbuildings Hue water lid school church Rill R It station Irlce J500 cosh balance In one Hiid two years No tiU acres near Conwny Ky nearly of this farm Is bottom flue for corn and meadow very ooddwellinghouenew barn and other bulldlngson county road 0 ntlts from lierea College Cash price Ft Nooeaaeres on Drakes Creek miles This farm ad oln the farmjThl11ecessary buildings a at- eJ per acre No 1OTN acres hear ties shape with necessary bulluingseto cau be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all th above farms sec or L R Hughes or ames L White Stanford Ky au rIffiNTtrCKY BIGGEST snow f SEPi1415 1617 1819t90S1SIX BIG DAYS DAILY 1 ACAS 25000 IN PREMIUMS wEBER SIDBSI10WSFHere is the place to display your live stock and farm products to meet your friends i and to combine amusement with information every day rain or shine In our new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the quarter of a million to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATES For information entrr blanks or catalog oddroan JeW NEWMAN Secretary 8 Louisville Ky Our Merry WidOW Box Paper is something entire ly newEach box contains the complete words and music of thel Merry Widow Waltz Fine Linen Paper and Envelopes only 25 cents a box r PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky The New Perfection Wick Blue Flanje Oil Cook Stoves Geo Dg Hoppers Stanford Kyg Get His Prices BeechNut t Brood Sliced Bacon 9i Try 0110 of these If not satisfactory return it null got your money back GEORGE He FARRIS Residence For sale I tn I desire to sell my residence on Iortinnn Avenue This ia a now mol ern up to dale houtc4 rooms and bathroom below 2 rooms and hall above hot and cold water in bath room and kitchen Hot water heat till over the 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