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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iH7iTHE INTERIOR JOURNALJ VTOL XXXVISTANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 14 1908 MO 47 f IH NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William Raines a wellknown citizen of Danville Is dead after a protracted Illness W C Simpson of Danville was rob bed of 95 at tho fair at that place His pocket was picked The joint Institute white for tho counties of Garrard and Boyle will con veno in Junction City Aug 31 Miss Christine Bright daughter of- T Bi Bright of Danville died of con sumption at Hendersonville N C Jero Keeney a veteran now paper p man died at Crawfordsville id tho other day Ho was a native of Somerset in the long ago James Cornelison aged 65 years a prominent farmer died from heart failure on the way from Richmond to 4hie home at Bybcctown The Casey County News notes the deaths of Mesdam s Nannle Riggins S J Witt and Jane Cox three promt ncnt women of that county At a meeting of tho officials of the Queen Crescent railroad in Cincinnati the Somerset shops were allowed 20000 additional appropriation for the month of August lion Harvey Helm Congressman from this District will certify to the U S Navy Department the noml nations of Messrs Henry Poynter Burnett of Shelbyville and David Rowland Lee of Danville for admls IIIon as cadets at Annapolis IN MEMORIAM On Friday July 21 1903 after a long and painful illness at her home in Nor man Okla Mrs Jas C King breath ed her last Hearts in agony are mourn ing her loss and not alone in her home will she be missed but by a largo circle of friends who loved and admired her Early did she place her trust in the f Savior and being led by tho Master thus did she walk with Him and when death came she did not fear Him for her daily life was a preparation for all eternity After lifes fitful fever comes rest Allle King was the second daughter of Goo W King and Elizabeth Welch was born at Crab Orchard Aug 1SC3 Twentyone years ago she was married to James C King To them were born three daughters who will feel tho loss of a loving and devoted mother She also leaves one sister Mrs Judy Hlg gins of Somerset to mourn her loss Grieve not stricken loved ones but look to Him Who doeth all things well Ho will sustain you In your dark hour of grief Live humbly and righteously and after death you will meet again an unbroken family around tho Throne of Grace J H c HUBBLE The meeting at the Methodist church continues with growing interest Mrs James McKcchnie is convalesc vtag Mrs J S McKittrick is visiting In Perryvllle Eld W G Montgomery writes that he will bo unable to fill his appointment at tho Christian church Sunday morn ing but will begin his meeting Aug 28 instead of Sept C as before stated Walter Milburn of Stanford is viI iting his uncle Mr H C Walter Misses Moss and Elglo Davis of Louisville are with Miss Mary Rankin A number of our people attended tho Lex ington fair Miss Flonnlo Hammond will join a Lancaster party Saturday for a trip to Niagara Falls Detroit and other places of interest August time tells on tho nerves Hut that spirit less no ambition feel lug can be easily and quirky altered betaking what Is known by druggists everywhere as Dr Snoops Restora tive Within 18 hours after beginning to use tho Restorative Improvement will be noticed Of course full health will not Immediately return Tho gain however will surely follow And best of all you will realize and feel I your strength and ambition as it lit returning Outside Influences depress first tho inside nerves then tho stomach Heart and Kidneys will usually fall Strengthen these fall Ipg nerves with Dr Shoops Restora tlve and see how quickly health will be yours again Sold by Pennys Drug Store In a difficulty over a wage settlement Howard Henry a farm hand Whs shot six times and outright by Frank Krish of Henry county Krlsh Is a Gorman and a wellknown farmer Vion the Stomach Heart or Kid ney 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 everywhere as Dr Shoops Restora I tive The Restorative Is prepared expressly for these weak Inside nerves Strengthens these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquid and see how Iy help will come Sold by penny y Drug Store to t Mr Carpenter Pleads for the En forcement of Laws The question has been asked several times through your paper concerning the doings of the Law and Order League that was formed about two years ago When the league was organized I was appointed on a committee to select two or more men from each voting precinc who would look after and report anj violation of law they might discover At our next meeting we returned a lilt of the men selected Our mission ceased when that report was madeand seems that the Law and Order League closed also Law can not enforce teal t any more than the bite of a flea can scratch itself neither will men enforce a law who are not In sympathy with that law Now I am prepared to substantiate tho fact that a number of out county officers who are salaried and sworn to execute our laws not only drink but are patrons of blind tigers Shame shame I Oh shame whero ii thy blush t Friends countymen and lovers let me beseech you to stop sup porting drunkards libertines and gam lers for office If we continue to hon or such men we need not bo surprised at the continuous down fall and die grace of the noble youths of our land who have been reared in Christian homes and started on the highway to honorable and Christian manhood 1 rejoice to know wo have a few officers who are trying to enforce the law The people know who you are and they know who the other fellows aro Keep on my beloved never fear I know you will come out winners But do not catch all tho Niggers and let all the white Niggers get by because they happen to associate with respectable pee ple A number of mean Negroes are made mean by meaner white men Too often the poorUncultured darkey Is sent up to the full extent of the law and tho white cancer of good society goes free just because ho is whito and perchance may hold an office Stop tho lawbreak ing white man first and I will guaran tee you a Letter law abiding colored race Twenty years ago I made a solemn vow In the presence of the congregation where I worshipped that I would never again voto for a party that was in favor of licensing the liquor traffic or for a man that belonged to a license party and to this good day I have kept that vow Praise the Lord If that is treason to the religion of Jesus Christ then put me down a traitor I glory In tho fact that not a saloon keeper a die tiller or brewer has cast a vote like mine No doubt there aro men who aro just as patriotic and who love home and church and native land as well as I do but their ballots aro so much like the brewers and distillers that tho an gels in heaven could not tell one from the other I long since unsheathed my sword to battle against the liquor traf fic and other evils and it shall not return to its scabbard until my heart shall cease to beat or the victory won Yours for mother and the baby A W CARPENtER At Rest in Peace at Home Nancy Carson daughter of Leonard Ballou wife of John W Carson died July 14 at Turnersville She was born in Virginia in 1840 She leaves three daughters to mourn the loss of a loving mother Ella May wife of John K Baughman Amanda Evelyn and Minna May Their faith looks beyond this vale of tears and says our loss is her gain Tho family reunion Is not far in the future May this hope give the bereft husband and children consolation in their sorrow Tho family desire toexpress their sin cero gratitude for the many expressions of kindness and condolence from friends COUSIN JOE Pain anyvhero stopped In 20 min utes sure with one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Tho formula Is on the 25cent box Ask your Doctor or Druggist about this formula Stops womanly pains headache pains any where Write Dr Shoop Racine Wls for free trial to prove value of his Headache orelnk Pain Tablets Sold by Pennys Drugstore In an opinion which hesent to Dr Ben L Bruner Secretary of State Judge James Breathitt Attorney General fully sustains Dr Brumer in his ruling that no State bank established under the laws of Kentucky can es tablish branches She Likes Good Things Mrs Chas E Smith of West FrankI Un Maine says I like good things and have adopted Dr Kings New Lifo 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 Penny Drug Store 25 the deepest hole in the world has- been bored In Silesia It has reached a depth of about 7000 feet and passes through 83 beds of coal NEWS NOTES The AntiSaloon League will hold a convention in Louisville the week of th e State Fair- Charlie Lokie a Negro boy Was lynched at Tifton Ga for makin g insulting remarks to a young whit woman Irvine Smith aged tf4 accidentally killed himself with an old pistol he found and which he was careless handling Mrs Jane Morris nearly 90 years old died at Maysvllle from the effects of s dose of carbolic acid which she mistook for medicine which she had been tak lug The large stock barn of James L Donnell of Carlisle together with the hay grain harness etc was destroy ed by firs Loss 1500 partly covered by insurance A Hopklnsvllle photographer has asked tho Postoffice department for a ruling on the right to send postal with a picture of the recent Russell ville lynching through the mails IrEight men were killed and nearly score more or less seriously injured and thousands of dollars worth of damaged done by the explosion of a boiler in tho York Roller Mills in Now York City Tho Chilian Government has appropriated 6000000 pesos or 2190000 gold to be used to building homes for the poor working class A large por tion of it is to be expended in the city of ValparaisoA corporation to sup ply light heat and power to cities and towns in Northern Indiana and Ohio has been formed with a capital stock of 4500000 Articles of incorporation were flied at Indianapolis- A military tournament for the bene fit of the First Kentucky regiment and to be participated In by members of that regiment and detachments from the regular army Is assured for Louis villo for tho autumn probably follow ing the horse show Judge Bradford and County Attor ney Kinney of Bracken county is sued a card in reply to Gov Willson in which they deny that they have not done their full duty and assert that the only trouble in Bracken county recently has been caused by the soldiers John M Lee aged 42 years farmer and turnpike contractor died Tuesday of injuries sustained In a premature blast Ho was at work on a contract in tho Turner Station precinct at the time of the accident George Sanders was also seriously injured by the ex plosionBecause they or their attorneys made errors in filling out the vouchers and applications nearly 4000 pensioners In Kentucky will havo to wait for their pensions until the mistake can be rec tified The delays were caused by the substitution of new blank forms by the GovernmentCircuit Cook created a sensa tion at Murray by instructing thegrand jury to Investigate reports affecting himself and Commonwealths Attorney Smith Judge Cook said reports were being circulated to the effect that he was a member of tho night rider organ ization and he wanted these charges sifted to the bottom- A serious clash between Sheriff Tom Rhea of Logan county and State sol diers stationed ut Russellvllle took place when Sheriff Ithea reached Russcllville with tho Negro Rufus Browder The Sheriff resented tho ef forts of tho militiamen to surround the prisoner and when two soldiers climbed on the seat of the carriage threw them to the ground and the wheels of the vehicle passed over one of the men Served as colTee tho now coffee substitute known to grocers everywhere as Dr Shoops Health Coffee will trick even a coffee expert 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 cof fee taste and flavor And It Is made In a minute too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Pennys Drug Store Hale and hearty at the age of 60 Dan OLeary the veteran pedestrian has covered 99000 miles on foot He expects to bring his record up to 100 000 miles and then retire from the track His latest feat was a 1000mile walk which he completed in 1000 hours in spite of the statements made by physicians of the International Tuberculosis Association that it was impossible for any human being Attention Asthma Sufferers II Foloys Honey and Tar will give Immediate relief to asthma sufferers and has cured many cases that had refused to yield to other treatment Foleys Honey and Tar Is the besLI remedy for coughs colds and all throat and lung trouble Contains noI harmful drUgs New Stanford Drug Co McKINNEY If you are looking for the very best grade of seed wheat you will find It at the McKinney Roller Mllla J S Mur phy proprietor J S Murphy who sold his farm to salee of his farming implements stock etc the date of which will be announced la terMrs Coleman Moore of the Jumbo section died Tuesday morning of can cer having been a sufferer for many months She leaves a husband and three small children K L Tanner Son havo started their canning factory with a full corps of hands A new can sealer has been added since last year which greatly fa cilitates time and labor R S Scudder is still sweeping every thing before him with his string of horses at the fairs Ho has made 43 shows with them and captured 36 blue ties He has them at the Lexington fair this week and will take them to Louisville in September ataState University Lexington and who withyCofTey return ington this week preparatory to taking up her duties in the class room in a few weeks Miss Amelia McKinney who has been visiting friends and relatives here has returned to her home at Lou isville W G Nunnelley of Louisville was the guest of J S Murphy and family Miss Etta Belle Root of Tur nersville is visiting Misses Katherine and Bertie Murphy The original Everett True has at last been found While thousands look with amusement upon the witticisms and outbursts of this stalwart and jocular specimen of humanity in cartoon form we are afforded the pleasure of having in our midst the original in the person of one of our most trustworthy old bachelors although his name is not Ev erett Notwithstanding the fact that the characteristics of Everett have been somewhat changed from the original yet there are traits in the activities of Everett which are easily tracable to the peculiarities of Lou F M Ware is having n cottage erect ed on one of his lots on South Church Street which will be for rent It will bs ready in a few weeks foroccupancy It is with little difficulty after a slight observation and a subsequent investigation of the natural activities of cer tain individuals in this locality to deter mine that the fiery darts of Dan Cupid have penetrated the misty realm of ob scurity and brought into the limelight of publicity the intelligence of sevetal matrimonial alliances which will be celebrated before the frost Is on the pumpkin and fodder is In the shock IN MEMORIAM From a mortal framework never robust and at last made uninhabitable by age and illness the soul of W T B White was set free on tho afternoon of Aug 5th 1908 Ho was of a deeply re ligious nature He had the martyr spirit of those who suffered death by torture rather than deny what they con truth He had been a Baptist since boyhood and was devoted to the interests of that church Ho was a man of the strictest integrity and morality Truly that noblest work of Godon hon est man He leaves a devoted wife who spared not her feeble strength in the endeavor to render his last years comfortable Six children and 11 grand children also an aged brother to mourn the loss of one who was never false to himself or his friends We trust that his freed spirit is happy and progressing in a sphere of higher knowledge That he will attain to thn blissful repose and perfect knowledge that we trust will come to the pure and good When this conscious life is oer May we know weariness no more But over in noble endeavors Out in the vast forever Unshackeled by the bonds of time May we reach a life sublimeA For Sore Feet- I have found Bucklens Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for sore feet as well as for healing burns sores cuts and all manner of abra alone writes Mr W Stone of East Poland Maine It is the proper thing too for plies Try It Sold under guar anteo at Pennys Drug Store 25c If the Springfield 0 people who slobbered over Powers when he lectured there want to show their love for a pardoned assassin it is their privilege but they write themselves as cowards at heart and criminals by natureFrankfort Jour- naL S Weak women should read my Book No 4 for Women It tells of Dr Shoops Night Cure Tells how these soothing healing antiseptic supposl tortes bring quick and certain help The look Is free Address Dr Shoop Raolne Wis Pennys Drug- Store CLEARANCE SALE Summer Clothes at Almost Zero Prices i i 820 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1398 16 50 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1198 15 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1008 948I10 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 748 7 50 Mcn8Suit8 in the Irtest styles at 548 ii00 Mens Oxford Shoes In all leathers at 83 25 J rf 3 50 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 2 98 3 00 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 2 48 2 50 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 2 00 f83 00 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 82 25 2 50 Ladies Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 1 98 2 00 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 eee our goods before you buy Our loss ia your gain SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadway we are obliged to seek a new location To avoid the great expense and risk of taking down loading lyiuling and resetting in the new show room we propose erecting we offer the largest as sortment of Cemetery workever assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments J28 Headstones 85 Markers- 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 lSon142 North Uroodway Lexington Ky Casey county fair INCORPORATEDJ J AT LIBERTY KY AUG 26 27 and 28 1908 r OFFICERSIC H BARTLE President i D R BROWN Vice President JASON WESLEY Sec Treas MUSIC BY STORMS MILITARY BAND Liberal Premiums in all Kings Write for CatologueI Attend The Great Rockcastle County Fair AT BRODHEAD August 12 13 14 Liberal Premiums Ballon Ascensions Each Day R H Hamm Pres John Robins Sec If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts PRVGGISIBTANFOHBt 7 The Interior Journal L Co WALTON WUMCARTY- It a candidate for bheriff of Lincoln coun ty lubject to the action ol the deiiiocrati party M BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to thu action of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER- Ii a candidate for Jailer of Ltncoln county subject to the action of the Democrat party M BRUCEIIi a candidate for Jailer Lincoln county abject to the action of the Democrat 0 party JAME C HAYS It a candidate for jailer of Democraticinbject to the action of the r party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomlna Lion for Jailer of Lincoln county iubject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Asscisor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY li a candidate for All llor of Lincoln coun ty inbject to tbeactlon of the LdeplocraUO party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryan- of Nebraska For Vice President John Worth Kern of Indiana For Congress HARVEY HELM x Z of Lincoln county For County Judge John Sam Owsley Jr For Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE TilE Goebel statue Is in place in the Frankfort cemetery over the grave of William Goebel The statue has at tracted a great deal of attention but the covering is kept on and there is no chance to see the statue itself even by lifting up the covering as the contract ors have been careful to prevent any glimpse of the figure of Goebel being seen until the unveiling The pedestal on which the statue rests ia of granite and is massive rising 30 feet from the ground The statue is some taller than was Gov Goebel being made this way on account of perspective changing the measurements As viewed from below the statue which is 30 feet from the ground looks to be only as tall as was Gov Goebel although actually the bronze figure is several inches higher than was the great democratic leader STATISTICS show that in the year 1906 there were 13456 collisions and derailments in this country and only 239 in Great Britain In the same year 146 passengers were killed and 6000 in jured in the United States against 58 passengers killed and 631 injured In Great Britain The number of em ployes killed and injured in train accidents was respectively 13 and 140 in Great Britain against 879 and 7483 in this country We might profit by having our railroad men educated in Great Britain Six of the seven men in this years crop of presidential candidates have smoothshaven faces The seventh Mr Tafthas only a mustache The era of bearded politics which began with Abraham Lincoln in 1861 and continued with only one interruption until the end of Benjamin Harrisons administration in 1893 is past Mark our prediction A cleanshaven gen tleman from the State of Nebraska will occupy the White Bouse for the next four years after March 1 IN the presence of a vast crowd at the Nebraska State Capitol Wednesday afternoon William J Bryan was formally notified of his nomination for the presidency by the Democratic party Mr Bryans speech was applauded throughout and he was given ovations on his way to and from the meeting John W Kern the nominee for Vice President delivered a brief address and the formal speech of notification was by Henry D Clayton of Alabama AFTER a conference with William H Taftat Hot Springs Va Wednesday Chairman Hitchcock of the National republican committee said he was au thorized to announce that Mr Taftt would take no part in the politics of any State nor interfere in any factional fight He also announced as a final de cision that the candidate would make his entire campaign in Cincinnati MR BRYAN at last knows that ho was nominated for president by the democrats It takes some people a long time to find out what IsgoJng on The Home Rule faction of the Tennessee Republicans held a convention AsburyYright POLITICAL Congressman Hay of Virginia says Bryans election is a certainly Jack G Richardson a Councilman of Louisville denounced Mayor Grinstea in no uncertain terms at the meeting of the General Council Then he charged the Mayor with perfidy y Charles Field who Is believed to be the oldest judge in the United States now presiding has just celebrated his 93rd birthday by holding a session of tho district court at his home in Athol Mass Democratic Stato campaign head quarters will bo opened in Louisville as soon as Ben Johnson can find a suita ble location The committee has nam ed Judge S W linger as chairman of the Speakers Committee The republican clubs of Washington have arranged for a Taft ratification meeting and have chosen a park near the city where Negroes are not allowed to enter This action has still further estranged the colored voters Hon A W Young of Morehcad now serving his first term as circuit judge has announced Ms candidacy for reelection He will have no opposition in the democratic ranks and probably none by republicans at tho regular elec tion Congressman D C Edwards of the Eleventh district was made chairman of the Speakers Committee for the coming campaign by the Republican State Campaign Committee at its meeting in Louisville The campaign will be opened in the early part of September ResolutionsRespect STANFORD AUG lOrii Whereas it has pleased the all wise God and overruling Providence to remove from us our brother David Wren and whereas he was a member of our order in good standing as every member of our order respects a friend and brother therefore be it resolved That Stanford Lodge No 156 I 0 0 F extends to the friends and relatives and especially to the parents and im mediate family the heartfelt sympathy inthis their bereavement and that we feel with them the loss they have sus tained Be it further resolved that Stanford Lodge No 156 feels deeply the loss of this brother the absence of his Intrinsic character and his faithfulness to the principles of our beloved order Be it further resolved that these res olutions be spread upon the records of Stanford Lodge No 156 I 0 O F a copy be sent to the family of our broth er and a copy be printed in the INTERIOR JOURNAL J W Ireland J A Allen Jesse D Wearen committee NEALS CREEKJohn W Raines or this place Ip visiting his daughter Mrs Chandler at Lexington Elisha Cooley and family of Somerset are visiting his father Ben Cooley Thomas Un derwood and wife of Springfield Mo have been visiting her brother Taylor Roberts Frank Ball of Kansas has been on a visit to J T Munday and wife Miss Sallie Farmer is visiting her sister Mrs Will Goode at Indian apolis Mr Elam of Memphis Tenn was on a visit to James Hutchison Mrs Paulina Raines has returned from a visit to her son J R Raines at Lou Isvllle Our teacher Miss Dessie Har rington visited her mother Mrs Stout at Eubanks Johnny Monday visited Klein Brady at Stanford School is progessing nicely at this place with an attendance of 23 pupils Miss Dessie Harrington is teacher All seem to like Miss Dessie and all are getting along nicely Elbert Terry is still making visits to Highland every Sunday Jas T Munday was elected trustee of this district CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Mt Xenia at 330 P M Sunday Rev H C Morrison will hold Alice ton camp meeting August 1423 Preaching at the Methodist church Sunday morning Union services at the reabyterian church that night The Ladles Aid Society of the Presbyterian church at Somerset presented- Dr and Mrs Harvey Glass with WI in gold Dr Glass had been their pastor for many year- sExcellent Health Advice Mrs M M Davison of No 370 Gifford Ave San Jose Cal saysItThe worth of Electric Bitters as a general family remedy for headache bilious ness and torpor of the liver and bowels Is eo pronouncedthatl am promptedto say a word In Its favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such afflic Lions There is more health for the di gestive organs in a bottle of Electric Bitters than In any other remedy I know of Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60c Fire destroyed the residence of W H Newkirk near Jeflersontown and it is thought by him to have been due to robbery and revenge The house built in 1790 was probably the oldest in Jefferson county and many priceless relics were stored in it Irwin Smith aged 14 son of a Fay ette county farmer accidentally shot himself died In a few hours Mrs Alice L Webb divorced wife of Brodie L Duke the millionaire tobacco manufacturer was found guilty of defrauding the Great Northern Hotel at Chicago by passing a worthless check Judge Sandidge overruled a motion for a change of venue in the case of Rufus Browder the Negro charged with the murder of Rufus Cunningham and he will be tried at Russellville TITS L N will run a special train from Corbin to Louisville Sunday week Aug 23 at 175 for the round trip from Stanford The train will pass here at 630 A M CITY TAXES DUE Your city tax is due Please call and settle B D Carter collector Tle Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery Is the remedy that does the healing others promise butfail to perform says Mrs iE R Pierson of Auburn Centre It Is curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieved only temporarily New Discovery is doing me so much good that I feel confident Its continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health1 This renowned cough and cold remedy and throat and lung heal er is sold at Pennys Drug Store 60 and 81 Trial bottle free Business on the Square I will be InCrab Orchard tbl lummer rend winter to teach on all klud of musical struments satisfaction guaranteed PKOK J ATHON FOR SALE Rhode Island Red Pullet and Cockerels Egg from selected pear tl per Wild Mallard Muck Eggs or young Dusk Cal II111I1TOJllIonll7 STOCK OF GOODS FOR SALE I p I desire to sell privately IJl splendid stock of goods at Kldd II Store he stock II for the mot part new and In u good soluble condition For further particulars call on 01 address II Klddi Htore K- yINSURANCE Tire Lightning Wlnd Storm Life and incident the 8TKONQEHT and 1EBT Companies Represented Lowest Pos able Rate Guaranteed Lou 1aylng Rec nil Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No tl Adorinas FoxIs a handsome large young Jersey Dull de cended from a long and unbroken lino of the most noted bulls and cows on the land of Jersey England and America llts lire one of the wit bulls ever Imported and hit dam U u show cow thut bal M pound of rich milk In one day If you 100 IIke Ia gets Like or the Ilkene of Same Ancestor and hate a trlCU good cow you should avail yourself of hillerv- lclI lie vrlll bu allowed to servo n limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for a lee of 13 each Make engagement before cendln cow to be bred 4 OTTER Telephone I Stanford SIIWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will W sold at right price season of 1J- jSAMPSON This young Jack will make thll season at my faun where I live the HH Ruughtnai farm mile Mouth of Htanford on the Horn enet pike at 110 to Injure mare colt and to Insure horse colts I consider Hampsoi a great breeding Jack All of his lust year colt were extra I showed two of them et Stanford Lancaster and Danville fain and won both lit and 2nd premiums In colt rings of to 10entriu nt all thr fain also won lit In the sweepstake ring at Lancaster the only fair that gave a sweepstake Eight of his colts aud four of his littl colt are now on my farm to ibow for themselves I will appreciate any mute sent to him area feel sure you not regret lending Jn BAUOHMAN Htanford Ky Phone Choice Goods Foaled January 1KB black with white points I6Z hands Sired by Wonder 720 and out of Ubenault Jennet W7 Wonder was sired by lielknap he by Imparted Belknap Choice Goodsdam Is by Jumbo Imported lie was bred by Charles Ohenault of Roga na Humner county Tenn and is a great In dividual lie won the blue tie In the sweep stake ring at the Htatafalr at Naibville arid has many more blue Uh te his credit lee Choice tiood before you breed lie will serve Jennets at M and Mare at 110 to in lure living colts Will stand two other Jacks at to insure living colt Win also stand the magnlflcent draft stale llon George Herr at 110 to insure a living colt ISDA OUMAN8tanlordK7 Danville Board Trade 223 E Main Street Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions Blocks bought for cash or carried on margins Our executions guaranteed catutac tory Business confidential and private Telephone 81 K Tennessee for market DANVILLE BOARD TRADE ooper Pennington- Fire and Life Insurance presenting old and established Companies Odd Fellows Building Stan ford Ky The Truth Every person in this city who i tui feririg from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fat external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE ntdInno clinker Write or cull on in before buy lug your coal McklNNKY COAti A KKKD CO K 0tlooclifMitr R E NORTON Livery nndFced Stable Klngsvllle Ky Htalita near Christian church Bpvcla KVtrfthlngnew McKINNEY MANULE GRANT WORKS Jacobs Ac Harris Prors Dealer in and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monument HirstClass Work at Reasonable Prices omc and Works McKlnney Ky shop closed on Batunlay A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I II will tell privately my farm of IK acres mile from Stanford on Dnnvllln plkej good brick residence two good bnrnsi two cribs and other necessary buildingS well watered more In grass Ternseasy vlll Kin possession in October If hIIlJItbidderItching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form af Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W Zose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why ready made clothing wben there llo little difference In tint price of ready- made suits and a suit made your measure taken t y an experienced tailor I have n handsome line of Hprlng A Mummer good 1 can the anestdreusuitAlsoOvercoatsTrous kiVKiu Kancy Vests The company rep resent is recoIICIlUILEYTbeTalloI Slanro- rdKyCONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con creting lucu as Work Pavements trod in fact we can make any thing from n house down to a fence post We can sear you promptly and guarantee flritclati pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yRheumatism JtAn found a Wed and tested ewe fer Rhea tnaUtool Not a remedy that win rtnlchUa th fllitorted limb of ahronlo mpplet nor turn bony rrous back to lleihpla Tbat IIlmposalbla Bat I can now surely klU the ptJu sad pun Uilsd Dlor disease la tatb e Oty el OsrsIsaytolb1 ingredient with which Dr Stoops Kbeumatlo Remedy wu made a perfected dependable prewylpUoo Without that lat I maar osieofaheesuUJtbutDow at Ust limi iormlycursesit etrrsbl uses oJ henUlJerel- Dueb dreaded tHeeue Thaw sand nk fTMalar watte f0UB4I IIBIOOtL teemtodlMolr and PM sway tartlet the anon of this remedy M ar whIG added to UI water eaoJfreellUMOuUtn U roes real needno aemalAgasuffer loot er with oat JMl WIu unannnnid Dr Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE The State University Lexington Ky The Htate University Lexington feu the following courses namely Allrltul tural Mechanical Engineering JJvll Electrical Ynglneerlng Mining- Engineering Classical and seven HclenUnc of which extends over fou- ryeanandleadstoaBachelorsdegree also n Department a of Education last has been established Instead of the Normal Hcbool Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced work In pedagogy and are granted a lIach lorl degree In lubject when completed The Academy for preparatory Instruction Is appointees recleve free tuition privilege of residence In the dormitories fu el traveling expenses if they re main ten consecutive montbsoronecollegi ate The laboratories nnd museum are barge well equipped comprehensive and modern Military Hcleuce Is fully for us re qui red by Congress The graduate In the several courses of study readily employment with liberal remuneration The total matric ulates for lust year was Each depart ment has n specialist at IU head with the necessary number of assistants Young women find an excellent Ironic with hoard and lodging In Patterson Hall which Is well equipped with all thu modern convenience hall for physical culture at week All courses of study In the University arc open to women on Identical conditions with those applying malesThecontpletibnoftheAgricultural Min Engineering Laboratory buildings afford ample and commodious for these departments which are rapidly increasing In the of nitric ulatnIor catalogues methods of obtaining appointments information regarding courses and terms of admission ap JAMES K PATTKRHOK PhDMLLD President orto D 0 FKAZBK Business Fall Term Begins Sept 101808 SeasonEnds j v 1r I I It is just the time to WEAR Summer Goods but the time for SELLING them is drawing to a close and to help clean up our Remnants ft we are greatly reducing prices All Straw Hats cut HALF in two 750 Panamas at 500 WalkOver and Manss 400 Low Shoes at 300 and the 350 Low Shoe J at 275Two Piece I Suits 1 20 Suits for 1350 1750 Suits for 12j15 Suits for pIO and 10 Suits for 7 Thesefare clean fresh new goods and bargain H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Cfte Lincoln bounty national BankI Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 r Resources 34000000 t S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J8 PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John JJ Pouter Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John FICash TraylorGilbertH Cummins Prcachcrsvillc Lilburn Gooch Gilbert Creek Jfiirst Tfational 9Janlf Stanford JigO- rgeaid 882 Capital Steel ISo ogo Sitrplui mJ Wndluiddroilr J9OOO I es paid in Dioldtndt tierce Organisation S2ff 500 Snollf 010 jfceounts on Our Tfftrftt OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresidenJ John J McRoberti Cashier H C Baughman Aut Cathr WVSaundenBooVkeep y DIFlECTOftLIJF Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettui S H Banghman J F Cummin S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Rocker f C E Tate Summer Vacation Trips VIA QUEEN CRESCENTROUTE TO 1115SLake Seaside find Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale II you Intend thing a trip fill out blank and mall for Information H C KINO C P A101 Past Alain St Lexington Ky Name I Address Datkutloa 1Z a a 7 i The Interior Journal STANFORD KY Auo 14 1908 ELXAVB straw hat cleaner makes our old straw bat look like new In three minutes Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS DonN to tho wife of James Meiscr t e n boy E P WOODS is In Somerset on jMnWESLEY JOHNSON l visiting in I Somerset Mn J S RICE was in Lexington this week I Miss ADDIE McCunv Ie with Brod head friends MRS A C IfiLL is enjoying a stay at Slato Lick Springs Miss NANCYYEAGER is back from a visit to Danville friends 1 MR W H WEAREN attended tho Lexington fair yesterday MRS MELCENA LAWSON who has been ill so long is improving- MR L B HILTON and wife aro visiting relatives at Drodhead r I MISSES ANNIE McKINNEY and Annie Dunn aro at Dripping Springs MR L H HUGHES and wife spent Wednesday at the Lexington Fair DR E J DROWN went to Kockcas tie on professional business yesterday Miss ANNA WARREN is visiting Miss Katie Cats at Brodhead during the fair MRS C 1 HARVEY of Knox county Is with her friend Mrs M F Murphy H S WHITE L N agent at Leba non Junction is with relatives in tho East End MR J C McCLARY Is confined to his home by an aggravated attack of stom troublei R CRESS of Monticello was hero Wednesday en route to the Drodhead fair- MR J G HACKLEY of New York City Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J TllackleyIG L PENNY IMCSSRS and Robert Woods aro at tho Lexington fairiDR AND MBa W W BURGIN of Lexington are with tho latters par f ents at Crab Orchard I Miss ANNA KEMP of Mansfield 0 will arrive to day to be tho guest of Miss Roberta OBannon MRS E J BROWN and son Prcscott are visiting Rockcaatlo friends and at tending the Brodbead fair MESSRS J C Rntu of this place and I W Fish of Crab Orchard are at Sims Olympian Springs MR C B SAMPSON of Harrodsburg spent several days with his brother N W Sampson in this county MR CLARK FARRIS Is up from Pewee Valley with his sisters Mesdames John Engleman and C V Gentry CONGRESSMAN HARVEY HELM attend cd tho Brodhead Fair yesterday and will be at the Perryvlllo Fair today MRS J Eo JOHNSTON of littsburg Ira arrived yesterday to visit her par Mr and Mrs George P Bright Miss EUSE ENGLEMAN returned Wednesday from a brief visit to friends t in Washington City and other Eastern points MISSES DERTA AND KATIIERINE MUR PItY and Etta Belle Root of McKinney are visiting Lexington friends during the fair t MESSRS GEO B SAUFLEY and Thos II Shanks aro guests at a house part j given by tho tatters sister Mrs Kirb Bourne at New Castle Miss MARIE MAHONY of Stanford Kytiwill arrive tomorrow for a few weeks visit with Miss Carrie Pruden Salem Republican MRS J S OWSLEY and James Mc Elwain Owslcy returned Wednesday night from a protracted visit to rela tivesin Franklin and Atlanta MESSRS J B PAXTON and J N Saunders attended the burial of Dr J V Logan at Richmond Wednesday morning The former was a pall bear er Tim CUTEST kind of a little girl ar 1rived at the home of Prof and Mrs J W Ireland Wednesday afternoon A t wname for thIS young lady has not yet been decided on MR J S HOCKER and daughters Mutes Pauline and Mary Hocker and Mr R C Hocker and family left Tuee s day for Kansas City to visit relatives They will be gone 10 days or more LOCALS HEMP knives at W H Higgins I TEN or 15 caps of honey for sale Ed Hubbard t REFRIGERATORS closing out prices at Farris SEE our new stock of ranges just received Farrist JUST INA carload of Pioneer Wire Fence E r Pence SPECIAL sale on clothing this week Price cut Cummins Wearen TilE Ladies Aid Society of tho Christian church will meet at tho t church at 230 this Friday afternoon J CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Are you ttgoing to bUIld thIS fall 1 If so let me figure with you work done stlafac Will Store pfeoae 84 ttorily i lt OXFORDS at cost for the next ten days Cummins 8 Wearen SEE the New Stanford Drug Col show window for box writing paper at reduced priced GET your girl in good A box of Wileys candy will do the work New Stanford Drug Co THE 1908 tax books have been made out and your taxes are due Come in T J Hill sheriff ION ofcontinued ill health desire to sell privately my entire stoc of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper ON account of Bluo Grass Fair at Lexington the L N will sell round trip tickets from Aug 9th to 15th inclusive limited to the 17th at 2 THE city hall Is being repaired and a coat of paint is to be put on It The council has ordered new furniture for it and soon twill be a thing of beauty FOR SALE Stock of merchandise and fixturesabout 2000for sale In good Lincoln county town and doing nice business Write or phone this of fice MR WALTER WARREN is having second added to his pretty real materialIIyof It EVENTUALLY you will use Rex coal why not begin now and save worry incidental to inferior coal Denhams coal yards Stanford and Rowland Phones 49 and 1182 OUR people do not take to the tri county fair idea suggested by the Dan villo Advocate Instead of going In with Danville Stanford will reorganize and have tho greatest fair in her his tory on tho grounds hero next year THE desirable farm of the late S W Givens is advertised to be sold Sept 12 It Is situated on the Danville pike 1J miles from tho courthouse and con tains 001 acres of land It is one of the beet small farms around Stanford and a delightful home See advertisement THE Messrs Connelley who aro put ting down the concrete walks in Stan ford are making good headway Logan Avenue will likely be completed by the middle of next week while all of the grading has been completed on Dan vine Avenue Work of grading Whit Icy Avenue begun yesterday morning CONSIDERABLE whisky is being brought hero by express and as most of It is sent to irresponsible and ques tionable characters the officers might do well to keep an eye on those who arc getting it Nothing should be left undone to prevent the sale of liquor in Lincoln county while the local option law is in force PROP J G CRADDE Superintendent of Public Instruction has ruled that only 100 children of school age will be recognized in any school district and where more than 100 are listed tho ad ditional per capita will be used to ex tend the school term beyond the speci fied time This will give several districts a longer term than usual i this county GOODE After a long illness of con sumption Dun Goode aged 23 died at his homo on East Main Street Tuea Buffaloycemetery funeral services at his late home lie was a son of Mr Thomas Goode and wasa quiet hard working honorabl- young man Many friends sorrow at his untimely taking away TilE Brodhead Fair began Wednes day with a good crowd and lots of stock The first days attendance w the best for several years while yester day was a record breaker in point of attendance James R Beazlcy of this place who is on hand with a round dozen of good show horses is taking large number of ribbons There are several stables of trotters pacers and runners and the races are very exciting DR JAMES W GUEST one of the most prominent physicians in the city and formerly East End physician for the city is sufferingI great deal from a rising one ears Ten days ago ho went to Crab Orchard in hope that the rest would benefit him He failed to obtain relief and yesterday was brought to the city and taken to St Josephs Infirmary Though the all ment is very painful it is not consider ed serious by the attending physicians Louisville Times WILL SHOW HERE Will A Brooks of Crab Orchard who spent a week or so with Miller Bros Wild West Show in Michigan was on Wednesdays train returning home Ho tells us that tho famous aggregation from Ranch 101 near Bliss Okla will show at several points in Kentucky in September and that Stanford is booked for an exhlbl tion between the 10th and 16th The Millers are first cousins of Mr Brooks and are former Lincoln county men They own the famous Ranch 101 which contains 100000 acres Their show at tracted great attention at the James town and was oneof the few concerns thatmade money there r LOST between Stanford and Crab Orchard a back curtain for buggy Liberal reward J W Williams It FOR HALEMy splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of tho bent farms in the county On Hustonville pike three miles from Stanford Canon or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky OUR good friend MeD Royalty has our thanks for a bushel basket of the finest grapes we have seen in a long time This excellent woman has thoughtfulkof our welfare it to say that wo greatly appreciate her con sideration of us TUB Camp Meeting is starting off well indeed Gods smiles aro upon its Bro Harris and Sister Mahan are preaching in full blast Many have al ready been converted There is shout ling in the camp The meeting will close Aug 17 Dont fall to come writes Mr C J SIpple THE Lincoln County Medical Associa tion assembled passed the following reso lution viz Be It resolved that we insist on tho local Board of Health investigat ing the local cause of the typhoid fever thisacity for some months and without reservation take necessary steps to have such causes removed SUSPECT IN Hoot Afellow giving his name as J M Young and claiming to hall from Dowling county wherever that Is is in jail charged with being a suspicious character When arrested he carried a basket welf filled with wo omens apparel Ho Is about five feet eight inches tall dark complexioned and about 30 years old Our officers believe he is wanted for some misde meanerTua Methodist rehpeople have contracted with Mr John Ed Pearce a noted lecturer for an entertainment at the church next Wednesday evening Aug 19 Mr Pearce is gifted In both music and song and is a capital story teller lIe is an adept with the guitar banjo and mandolin and they are used in some of his entertainments Of him tho Norfolk Va Pilot says John Ed Pearce delighted his audience last night at Y M C A Hall Every number on the program was well ren dered and wildly applauded by the audi onceTo THE Punuc At a recent meet ing of the Lincoln County Medical So ciety it was moved by said society that the local board of health order the Water Works Company to put their plant in a perfect sanitary condition and by so doing help to stamp out the typhoid fever now prevailing in this community After several analyses of the water by the State Bacteriologist this water was pronounced unfit for drinking purposes We warn the people to boll their water before using it for domestic purposes G G Perry H Reid J C Barker lo cal board of healthR- EPUBLICAN OJ MASS CONVENTION The republicans of Lincoln county are hereby called to meet in mass conven tion at the court house in the city of SaturdaynAugust 22 1908 purpose selecting 1C delegates and alternates to attend the Eighth Congressional District convention which convenes in Harrodsburg Ky on Thursday Aug 27 1908 for the purpose of nominating a republican candidate for Congress for this the Eighth District of Kentucky to be voted for at the coming Novem atesaid mass convention will be viva voce Robert L Dayison chairman George D Florence secretary KITTY 13yearold daughter of sudasdenly Tuesday afternoon but Dr L B Cook who was called Is not certain as to the cause Not long before life passed from the little body she received ofaMike Mundy the little son of James Mundy and it is not improbable that it brought about her death Dr Cook did not make a careful examination of her as she was dead when ho reached the Fanner home and it may never be known what cut short the childs life From what we can gather the children were going home to dinner from school and Mundy had taunted her younger brother Kitty took the little fellows part She had a rock in her hand when she was picked up and tho supposition is the boy struck her when he saw that she was going to defend her brother As the witnesses to thd trouble were all children and badly frightened children at that this may or may not be a true statement of the case We hope the blow did not cause the little girls Heath but whether it did or did not it should be warning to children general ly Mr Farmer takes a philosophical view of the matter and while almost crushed by his loss he feels perfectly kindly toward the parents of young Mundy who are also deeply grieved over little Kittys death The remains were laid to rest in the Sugar Loaf burying ground at 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon in the presence of a largo crowd of sympathetic friends May the God of Goo comfort the father and mother sisters and brothers in their dark hour of trouble FOR SALE Entire stock of goods consisting of groceries meat cooler and butcher tools East Main St Stan ford J B Higgins rANK CORDIER has ought of J M Meadows his home and 80 acres of land near Darsttown fon27CO Mr Mead ows will return to Garrard COPPAGE Mr Stephen H Coppage a wellknown citizen of Junction City died there yesterday aged 70 He is survived by his wife and three grown 1MrLOUIsIville PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Ml4Imme 017crWendllroat VIFOR SALE I theHoutherumiles Mouth of Hulls lap fart lIoW to tor80dnyaP O WoynesUurg Ky CUT FLOWERS Of nil kind ntwnys on hand Prices ren onnlilr attention 1o funeral or wedding orders CmUHMANOUKENHOtTBK Kd llubbnnl Prop Stanford Ky RIDGE LETTING I AS committee of the Lincoln County Flu anIroncreek on tueHtnnford A Huitonvllle pike tuNTwoO nCOOPElt Clerk tttnnford Ky Splendid Blue Grass Farm for Sale willafferforabout 10 x Tuesday Sept 1for the maninc nt blue grass fnriu of about ae5 acres of which the died possessed It Is kit uated In Lincoln county Ky on n turn pike nhout H rife from McKlnney and lfustonvlllrThe IOUbieeunry outbuildings cistern stool settles IIIrailwayThesettling purposes will be given at soon atthe are compiled with and of onethirdcash and termini to Uilanre will beaming thelestparticulars address J Ii 1AxTONExeculor XJ1Blue Grass Farm For Sale dectoltdtbllmond Xl will on- THURSDAY SEPT 1011 highestInJrranlThe entire form consists of aliout ttMncres splendiddweillnbarn and all necessary outbuildings and Is convenient to church lng lo mllnrrombYturnpike threeSion South side of turnpike together and Inthosession will be given Jan lMi when H of IIUablei nilbtlien will be retained for the deferred pur securityforSTATE DANK A TRUST CO KyBy At Public Sale A VERY DESIRABLE BLUE GRASS FARM One Mile from Stanford Ky As executor of the will of W Givens Br deceased and as agents for his devisees we will on SATURDAY SB IT It e at S oclock r sell on the premises at thearmat her death The farm contains wJi acres situated on the East tide of the Danville turnpike about one mile from Stanford and within a halt mile of the Btanford GnuliHlHchool Time lmprovementsconsist- of a residence 8 rooms halls alto commodious barns and other outbuildings About onehalf of the farm Is In grass and all under good fence Toe ndIsession for sending purposes will be given as cropwillTIEKMS Onethird cash remainder In two equal Installments In one and two years optiontoA good general warranty deed will be made on receipt of cash payment and notes of purchaser WGlvenlAll persons haying a claim against time estate or Mn Givens are requested at6lHubble UCAT0 C Hare you ever noticed a child hopping along on the side of its foot with a very earnest look of k suffering wrinkjingf the chubby face Remember what that meant when you were a child Blisters I Educator shoes do not blister the feet The toes spread out as comfortably in the new shoes as jn the old There is no struggle as io whether the foot shall stretch the shoe or the shoe compress the foot Both arc the same shape and arc friends from the start 0 In addition to above line of Shoes we sell the Burt Packard Shoe for Men Zeigler Ladies Fine Shoes and THE RELIABLE GOD MAN SHOE in Medium Pricet goods Try our SHOES for NEXT Pair SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY JUST RECEIVED A beautiful line of Belts Belting Combs Barrettes Beauty Pins Belt Pins and Buckles Collars c New Fall goods coming in every day We invite your inspection Dont forget that we are agents for International Tailoring Remember we guarantee Fit Quality of Goods and Price TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI Farmers Best friends Oliver Plows Disc Harrows and Su perior Grain Drills Call and See Them z W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky The Interior Journal Bnteredintiu PottOffice ell Stanford U IHGndC meter yUBUBHBD TUBSDATB AND rRIDA- AT 100 PER YEAR CAS meD not paid IJOO will be charged L tN TIME TKBLE No Mouth Mitt r No a Mouth lrl9 P No 21 North 433 A x No H North 318 r x JOS S RICE Agent B D CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I TOT the arrest and conviction of any peson trespassing upon my term day or night or doing injury In trawling the public hlghwayi or Injury to stock from the lands of people This reward refers to present and uture 11110 offer a spec Tal reward t30 for particulars sec me I also offer two peclal of sn and each J a Carpenter A Ss PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store 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 Frien Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property including Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS i DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac matQnlcklCOmmnnlUonllrleUrone tenuJi Scientific JHicrcattA- AhandaomelylltulretedweetlTd Tjtmitdr million of mar ctentlBo journal Term2aU- riteormonths1i Sold byannewsdealer M YorkItraachualcaa1 JeLe Beazley CoI Undertakers and Embalm ej Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for mil Kinds of Stock Give I Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ca McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery y o r s i STANFOItbw KY Office Phone 117 Iloraerbone FARKSR9 DIPAltTJONT FOR SALE76 barrels of corn Goo 0 Spoonamoro Preacheraville 4t Rebel Goddard of Mercer count Bold 20 acres of land near Danville 300z SALE Winter seed oats and BicklaqHT M Green the good race horse belonging to Senator R L Hubble and M B Eubanks won a race at Buffalo James P Bailey got a blue and two reds on his tine black mare a the Russell county fair Doc Dry showed her H P Hawkins of this county basI his splendid herd of Shorthorns at Lexington fair and is getting his share of the ribbons FOR SALETen good commo- sense hemp brakes Will sell at bargain J Frank Smith R F D No2 Stanford Ky FOR SALE16 extra good yearlin- mules 14 mares and two horses also a pair of 17hand 6yrold mare mules weighing 2800 pounds B Ramsey Jr Paint Lick FOR SALEjA lot of seed wheat Kansas Red variety If taken by Aug 16 will sell at 1 Ready for sowing James McKechnie Lancaster R R No 2 phone 184 S FOR SALEe15 twoyearold mules nine mares and six horses Will sell in pairs or to suit purchaser Some of the mules are broke to work J W Hughes Moreland Ky FOR SALECross between Oxford and Southdown buck lambs and a few aged bucks This makes a great cross Also a few pure bred Southdowns Henry Baughman Hustonvllle Ky S T Harbison sold the horse which he won the blue ribbon in th ring for plantation saddle Worses at th Blu grass Fair this afternoon to John Donovan of St Joseph Mo Mr Donovan bought the horse for the pur pose of presenting him to W H Taft the Republican candidate for President says a Lexington dispatch Why James Lee Got Well Everybody In anesville 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee ot rural route 8 husbandJamesLeefirmlyd Dr Kings New Discovery His lungs were so severely affected thatconsump tlon seemed Inevitable when a friend recommended New Discovery We tried It and its use has restored him to perfect health tt Dr Kings New Dlscov cry is the King ofthroatand lung remedies For coughs and colds it has no TryequalIt Sold under guarantee at Penny Drug Store 50c and 81 Trial bottle free I Kentucky Fair Dates The following are thedates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 Lexington Aug 10 5 days Burkesville 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 Montlcello Sept 8 4 days A Boon to Elderly People Most elderly people have ome kid ney or bladder disorder that is both painful and dangerous Foleys Kid Remedy has proven a boon to many elderly people as it stimulates the urinary organs corrects irregularities and tones up tbe whole sys tem Commence taking Foleys Kid ney Remedy at once and be vigorous New Stanford Drug Co AN excellent opportunity is afforded those who desire to fill coal houses early Will accept orders for the next few days for August and September deliveries in 100 bushel lots and over at the following prices 76 pounds per bushel Bertha Jellico lump at 10c Rex block and lump at lilac I cent ad vance for September Only those who place their orders are protected in theselprices W D Edmiston Crab ard The man who will not go five squares Without a street cars aid Will walk ten milesand never cares If hes with a big parade 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 Orlnp Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes New Stanford Drug Co I MATRIMONIAL G M Baker aged 18 and Miss Blanch Rule 22 were made onQ at Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman dug 7 Foley h Kidney Remedy will cure any o8ev6f tt tc1tlwter troubIElB INo it Cant Be meat oThelence C M Harden of Silver City North Carolina III find Elec olalmedfoyr For Stomach Liver and IndOey troubles It cant be beat I have tried thRe best of all medicines also for weakness lame back and all run down con dltlons Best too for chills and ma larln Sold under guarantee at Pen nya Drug Store 60c RIghte Life Pills for several years and find them just exactly right says Mr A A Felton of Harrlsvllle N Y New Life Pills relieve wlthcfut the least die eonstfpan aaCurablega fei external use Stops Itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable medlclnt All Druggists Write for sam ple E W Rose Med COol StLouIl Mo Pennys Drug Store Jesse W Sweeney PBOPKIBTOR Livery TNd and Sale Stable Lanoaster Ky a PRESTON 922 iVol 1reatmiU one of the greatest ave galted thow lionet that Kentucky has ever pro ducedwlnning at all the Kentucky and also at tb hone show nl Louisville Ht Louts and Kansns Olty Hell n brown highe64eHrcond dam by Denmark It Isuseles to commend him ai the peo recorrdtaa howwhorsedndnliotorbreedingg- purposes II will make the elllOn 01 IMrtat my ita bl In Crab Orchard at f to Inure a living colt Will keep inarei on grass at ft per month but not responsible for accident or escape of stork Reason due If mare Is trade SjedHENRYt WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior JournalB- OTH ONE YEAR FOR II ONLY 915O Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourlerJournal Democratic IB all things fair In all things clean la all things It U essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer tbe WEEKLY COUBIEBOURNAL One yearend this paperfor the price named above Send vonr subscription for the com blnatlon to usnot tc the OoorlerJournal l If You Want to Keep Posted on Political Doings Subscribe for the- o eJjtuc y State Journal The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky Write for Price and Par ticulars toJWspp WALtOW Frankfort Ky t SmaH Farm Fbt Sale I Mllesfrontresidence and abundant In geed For urthor pattlcularscall ot thisoffice Partner Wanted Partner to furnish the money forntultakMolt interest In patent ltalllln pllee Have a Runrnnteo that It li patontabln Null lnformatlonh7nddrouingJohnMlllThurwnnSnmtordKy Blgn Writing Draper and House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Irittfltr Frttet Decerater Draining Ete McKINNKY KY MASONS MEET tareIntatetlcommunicationthird Monday nights of each month at Sinnford141rnnyvPOSTED strictlylorpaulng on our placet and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Alex Ooopolr Mrs1IIarylfoppll1l WhiteHlmI OurtlJKUhappellAmandt ItaityMriJKlMlltam rlneMeiterAJames N Cash J Nevln Oarter itnllouMJ3CarpenterMrThompsonThomas HunchMU ItrosKredAlbert VonUruengan A T Trsylor ilummerKredOwsley Dunn Henry Hester Nunnetlrywltaughman1IfItruce ItlgneyIIlUndrwxxlAHonMrsMarTOilTns Martin A Icorn JobnOamenlsch WmOordler ElmoreMrsDavid Htevens JohnJuferHO Durham wo Rout ltandorfAdelineJ J Thompson M Anderson JoadAJ J Klllott Mrs Ooo WmFItldlWtlhulherty Ilev Father to Chester S ThU son of Chester Dare will makit the present season at my mile fn m Mlddleburgpike nhlRtkwith nil the style and ehnractrrfstlo ACUnlEborbooking your inn res If you sire looking for a good breeder at living price Hired hy Cites byHippyChester Peavine 3184 AHH11 Ill otforlng the service of this stal lion to the public I do not hesitate to sny he Is the best bred saddle stallion that will bo offered for service In this county this year ai his bivcdlng will show Hlrvd by Ilex- IRavIIelTwbebyRex Mol onnld sn 1st inns Miss Madison OA abe by Chester Dare Sod dam by LeavlneHS more extended pdi In will IM tarnlnhed on application This stallloh has the best blooil of the Cuddle horse world In him lloth 2nd dams by Pea vine N3 crosses twirl to Illack H iulrreltwlc4 to Htonewnll Jnckson mice to Dave Akin With the style and llnlsh of ObtrII- Ate the itamltia and action of ISavlne how eau he breed wrung Ills airs Hex IVa vine produced three rhnmiilonshlp winners nf last year In Kdna Ult and youwantthemores at ISft to Insure a living roll At the same time and plnce will stand three as seal mule luck ns run Iw found In the country at the low pries of t9 to Insure iving Money due with all thn above ndrtlt- ockllben colt Is foulid or when mar eaves hands of owner at time of service or red to other tock All euro taken to pre vent accidents but not rIn1 hit should any occur Grass at reatomthle price n HttT Central KontuckyI Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO WlynebUrgJlkenearr outbulldlagj nice orchard ThU proper ty Hoar and ecbool houe II well worth tbe pries No 2114 acre1 miles South of Grab Orchard on tile Htate road has n twostory house good barn orebura alld hw ell water Id about 100 acres of this land li bottom unU end produces sue crops A bargain ut 14 cash balance In one and two years No a119 acres on Iiuck Oreok near Way nelburg 4j house barn other out mlldlmciii plenty of water Cash price li No4lu4eareN near level Green ltocki castle countKy This farm has a new 2Itory would cost to build 110M good barn crib Ac located near church and school This Is n nlco home can be bought for 110 per acre X cash andI nalnder in IS months No61H3 acrelOdolnlnlZ the above farms 00 ncras In cultlvat onUwellingoNroonn- good barn nnd otheroutbulldlngs nice or One olthelleslglringCnibs coun ty 1rlceH and 3 year No 11211 acres adjoining farms Xos and ico acres In cultivation balance In tim ber Good white oak hickory and Tome line cedar IIui istory log Muse and good orcii std well watered Cash price 11000 No 10acres near Maretiburg KYl1O acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings fine water nnd school church and It It station Price fflw y cash balance In one and two year- Noe914 acres nenrOonway Ky nearly alt of this farm Is bottom land fine for corn and housenew barnsfronttliereauCollegeoUasli price 13 a 000 NoO 8ncre on Drakes from Crab Orchard This farm adjoins tile pike and U a pore of the Ueo Evans farm Thl11 fine land and In good condition all buildings This U a bargain st peracteNo acrci near Stanford Ky In nice shape with neoesAry bultdingseto can be bought worth the money For full particular In regard to all the above farms see or R Hughes or James I White Stanford Xy N9 r rKBNTijCKYs BIGGEST snow1 III SEPT1415161718191908= 1 NSlXBIGDAttS DALLY 3ACE3 INPREMIUMSWEBERS PRJp Jl0N Here is the place to display your live stock end farm products to meet your friends i and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shine in our new Ioooo0 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the or a million to visit this years FairNLOW RAILROAD RATES For Information entry blanks or catalorf addroaa J W NEWMAN Secretary X Louisville Ky SEND IjE1A BOX TODAY No need to ask any woman if she likes Candy if you buy the kind we sellTo please her and to prove your discriminating taste be sure the name on the box is Lowneys PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky The New Perfection Wick Blue Flanje Oil Cook Stoves Geo Da Hoppers Stanford KyiGet His Prices f r BeechNut Brad Sliced Bacon fjTry one of these If not satisfactory return It and get your money back GEORGE H FARRIS Residence For sale I r t I W I desire to sell nly residence on Iortmnn Avenue This is atnow mOIl up to date liousc4 rooms nnd bath room below 2 rooms andlhafl above i hot and cold water in bath room and kitchen Hot water heat all over the house This is the best and most economical heat that is knowntoday for a residence Good Stable and Garden Price 82000 Si H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinning and Plumbing THE SAfEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY Tl LtOAL iNAiOtEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IMOODPOIUTCO t ti f l