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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r It i rIIIB INTERIOR JOURNAL r vyox XXXVISTAHFOID KY TUESDAY AUGUST 18 1908ENO481Alive Forever More Plred IL Compton born near Perry vtlle Ky July 4 110 departed this life Aug 12 1908 lie came to Mil ledgeville in 1865 where he taught school at the oM Sandldgo school house for some time This is of blessed memoI ory to many of his pupils who survlvi him Soon he became engaged to the daughter of William 0 Braxdalo andI was married March 11 1869 For lome time he bad been in bad health but all thought he was improving To our sur prise early on the morning of the 12thI calmly his spirit passed away The r death angel camo while all was quiet called him to go up higher where hip plans and sufferings would cease It seemed that ho was rather aware thatI soon he would be gathered home to hii loved ones as he talked of his childrer 4 and vcpt Three sons and a beautiful daughter were taken some years ago and of those he talked and wept fto tho bereaved ones I would say Weep not but rather rejoice that our loved one has only been liberated fromI this earthly prison to live n more beau- tifulq life We can by faith see him reunited with his children whom he 10 dearly loved No more shall he bE handicapped by the crutch or cane torI ho has been made whole Ho was ever a devoted husband and a kind and lov ing father We shall miss his Incom- Ing and outgoing among us but poor t we shall see him and rejoice tagethc forever more Ills life was a living epistle known and read among men lie leaves no enemies but Instead a loving and beautiful life for his Muter God grant that those who are near and dear to him may strive to emulate his life and at last receive that welcomo plaudit Come ye blessed of my tathI er and Inherit the kingdom of heaven We can only say Farewell dear husband father and loved ones we will I meet you there May you slumber gently in tho dust while your spirit has gone to Him Who gave it until tho body and spirit shall again bo united The remains were laid to rest In tho family grave yard where sido by side now slumber tho fifth one of the home Ho leaves a wife two sons two brothers ono sister and n host of relatives and friends to mourn his loss Farewell we mist you and our hearts aro sad Hut death has no sorrow that heaven can not heal Anophow WALLACE August time tells an the norvos Hut that spirit loss no ambition feel Ing can be easily and quloky altered by taking what is known by druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Itcstora live Within 48 hours after beginning r to use the HcHtoratlvo improvement will bo noticed Of course full health will not Immcdlatelyrcturn Tho gain however will surely follow And best of all you will realize and feel your strength and ambition as it i v returning Outside Influences depress first thellnsldo nerves then tho stomach Heart and Kidneys will usually fall Strengthen these fall lug nerves with Dr Snoops Itcstora tivo and how quickly health will be yours again Sold by 1ennys Drug Btoro r A chance to show your politics- A chance to show your grit A chance to help Democracy A very little bit Just send along your dollar And pray that it will earn A victory in November For Bryan and Kern When tbo Stomach Heart or Kid nay nerves get weak then those organs always fall Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Got a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoopu Itcstora tlvo Tho Restorative is prepared expressly for theso weak Inside nerves Strengthens them nerves build them I up with Dr Shoops Restorative t tablets or liquid and see how quick ly help will come Sold by Pennys I Drug Store The Alabama Railroad Commission has filed a complaint with the Interstate Commerce Commission protesting against the recent increases in freight rates by the roads of the Southeast It is charged that the agreement constl tutes a violation of tho Sherman anti trust law- Weak women should read my Book No4 fpr Women It tolls of Dr Shoops Night Cure Tells how these soothing healing antiseptic supposi tories bring quick and certain help Tho Book is free Address Dr Shoop Racine Wls Penny fa Drug Store The jury ia c of Jake Ellis charged with being a night rider failed to agree at Murray after being out t 43 hours Thepolf of the jury showed eight fqr and four for conviction t Stanford Graded School NEW DEPARTMENTS AND PROGRESS In view of the fact that last year wa the most fruitful of good results and from every standpoint the most prosperous in its history we desire to ex press our gratitude to each and ever one who has so materially aided in the work More pupils from other district attended last year than ever before At this juncture we wish to call tho attention of the citizens of Lincoln county to the increased advantages to be had In tho High School and Graded School at our county seat The departments of vocal music public speaking and physical culture have been as Milton said Such sweet compulsion doth in music lie Who does not wish to have com polling power and too such sweet compulsion Shakespeare says Mend your speech a little lest it may mat your fortune Although this was sale by King Lear too in regard to his inheritance it may just as appropriately be spoken of that fortune acquired ones own effort lIe who can best ex press himself in his chosen field has a decided advantage over one slow ot speech and ill at easo It is the ear nest wish of the management that these courses be well Music is a primal element in culture moro especially because it makes lit most direct appeal to the onofToned nature or we might say to the spiritual nature We feel with the Bard of Avon thatHe who bath no music In himself Is fit for treasons stratcgems and spoils But music not only refines and ennobles It is an intellectual factor It aids and sustains ono in the quest of his nature for the highest and noblest achievement One has said that tho study of music is a liberal education We may not go so far but wo can say unreservedly that it is a most potent factor in a wellrounded education EXPRESSION OR ELOCUTION What parent in public or private life has not felt the need of giving free and forceful expression of his thoughts Churches have their convocations where both laymen and ministers are to give their views Bankers have as sociations when they should be prepar ed to give clearly their ideas Teachers call institutes and gatherings where pure expression counts for much Law yers have need of silver tongues which move to tears or provoke wrath Thus it can be plainly seen that one without this training is handicapped Whatever line one wishes to pursue this work is valuable Labor unions hay their speakers farmers their institutes and so on ad infinitum May each parent see the need of special instruction in this department and encourage tho study of this artP- HYSICAL CULTURE Sana mens in sano corpora is the ideal Too many strong minds aro in weak bodies and vice versa A well directed course in physical culture would in many cases develop the body no that the mind will act and tho brain work most effectively This department has also been added And it is to bo hoped that a desire for more perfect bodies may induce quite n number to take this course Remember that the Stanford Graded and High School will begin Monday Sept 7 Ask for cata logue Citizens of the county will find it cheaper and better to patronize homo schools Send all the first day The State is obliged to give an elementary education so as to make bet tel citizens Upon the teacher rests the obligation to do thorough conscien tious work in instruction Upon the parent lies heavily the obligation to Ie cillO a prompt and regular attendance and to cooperate with the teacher in iccuring devotion to duty May each patron realize fully tho necessity of sending every day for Well may we count that day lost whoso low descending sun views from thy hand no worthy action dono In the highest and noblest work and most profitable labor if such we may call It- ot securing an education Wo hope for a freer and heartier cooperation than ever before and may we jxpect to have it Looking forward to a most successful year andcoveting tho kelp of all interested in education wo hall look for all of those of school age In District No 1 and for a goodly num ier from tho various districts of the ounty on Sept 7 1908 J W IRELAND Supt Served as coffee the now coffee ubstituto known to grocers everywhere as Dr Shoops Health Coffee rill trick even a coffee expert Not a grain of real coffee in it either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nuts eta have been so cleverly blended HR to give a wonderfully satisfying cot leo taste and flavor And it is made In a minute too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Pennys Drug- Store t NEWS NOTES Banker E L Samuel died at Frank fortWaiterMayton aged nine years shot and killed his little sister aged 7 at HopkinsvilleUnder law in Alabama that took effect July 1 no man may carry and no man may sell a pistol less that two feet longIE J Lewis treasurer of tho Saving Life Insurance Co of Peoria III com mltted suicide by taking poison In a saloon in that city Judge Watts Parker at Lexington has decided that Sunday shaving Is not a necessity therefore all barber shop will have to close Harry Jarrell of Baltimore Md and his sister died at Rochester N Y and two brothers are in a critical condition from eating toadstools Tho committee of the Georgia Legis lature which is investigating the handling of the convicts will resume the taking of testimony today Cavalry officers are much pleased with the success of the experimental re mount depot and hope to have others established by the next Congress Gov Willson pardoned the jail sen tense imposed upon Harvo Burton in Elliott county upon conviction of the charge of carrying concealed a deadly weaponII Duffy of Los Angeles Cal in sane as a result of religious frenzy killed hIs son and daughter and wound ed his wife with an ax He then cut his throat with a razor Gov Augustus E Wlllson has issued a call for a good roads convention to be held on tho State Fair grounds in Louisville on Thursday September 17 The convention will be attended by good roads enthusiasts from throughout tho State In an opinion handed down In re sponse to a request of Auditor James Attorney General Breathitt declares that tho constitutionality of the bill passed by the last Legislature apI propriating 200000 for the State University and 150000 for each of the normal schools is in doubt He advises the Auditor to take the matter to the courts for decision Regarding the story published in the Louisville Post that W S Taylor will return to Kentucky Gov Willson saidI I havo positively talked with no oneI upon the subject of having Mr Taylor brought back to Kentucky or his voluntary return to stand trial nor have I considered the case in any way with respect to politics There is absolutely no foundation whatever for the reference which is made to me and what I will do in the papers story this afternoon Tho grand jury of Calloway county brought In a report exonerating Judge Cook and Commonwealths Attorney Smith from having any relations with night riders The grand jury made a thorough investigation of rumors con necting the two officials with the out law bands that havo terrorized South western Kentucky for some time at the suggestion of Judge Cook After tho report tho special term of tho Cal loway Circuit Court adjourned A few hours after adjournment a barn was burned in tho county Tho fire was at tributed to night riders Several members of the Kentucky State Guard riflo team on their way to compete in the contest at Camp Perry 0 narrowly escaped fatal injuries when tho tourist car which bore them crashed into a bumper in Grand Central Station at Cincinnati The men most seriously injured aro Captain Jackson Morris of Frankfort internally Ser geant Wiley Morris McWhoester ribs probably broken Lieutenant Foster Helm Lexington back wrenched Cap tain Felix Kerrick Louisville head and neck bruised W H RatcllfT Lexing ton cuts on side and right leg Pain anywhere stopped In 20 minutes sure with ono of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets The formula is on the 25ccnt box Ask your Doctor or Druggist about this formula Stops womanly pains headache pains anywhere Write Dr Shoop Racine Wis for free trial to provo value of his Headache or Pink Pain Tablets Sold by Pennys Drugstore At Mt Sterling Jerry Starr an aged farmer and Jerry Leo Starr his young randson charged with being implicat ed in the burning of Albert Reeds barn near Grassy Lick 10 days ago sur rendered and were released on 500 pond each The men live in Clark coun ty and are prominently connected r Attention Asthma Sufferers I Foloys Honey and Tar will gjve mmedlato relief 4e asthma sufferers fad has cured many cases that had refused to yield to other treatment bleys Honey and Tar Is jhe best remedy for coughs colds and all noHarmfulCa IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mt Vernon is to have a new three story Masonic Temple RJ K Fisher a traveling harness maker died suddenly at Columbia Mes Caroline Woodward is dead at Burgin She was the mother of Mr Lee Terhune- I B Bush the proprietor of the Gilcher Hotel Danville has taken the bankrupt law Dr R M ORear of Danville suC fered a severe stroke of paralysis nd is in a critical condition William Martin was shot to death In Knox county Isis sister Mrs Adkins is under arrest charged with the crime John D Carter has been appoints postmaster at Cartersville Garrar county and Eli Helton at Pass Dell countyH Wright of the home Construction Co of Louisville was dangerous hurt at Danville by a threeton derric breaking away and falling upon him Dock Woods a farmer of College Hit Madison county was drowned Hews seized with cramps and sank before as stance could reach him Ills body was recovered Complying with an order made by Judgo M L Jarvis of the Pulaski cit cult court Sheriff Jasper of Somerset took 14 prisoners who had been confined there to Danville for safekeeping Tho Somerset jail is insecure and Danville is now made the jailing point tor that place Fire totally destroyed the genera merchandise store and residence of J R Alexander at Wilmore The exchange of the Jessamine Home Tele phone Co which was located in the second story of tho store was also burned The origin of the fire is not known but it started in the rear of the store Miss Lucy Case the telephone operator was awakened by the smoke and narrowly escaped death in the burning building Loss 15000 A sensation was created at Junction City when Mrs Efilo Clarkson of Indiana swore out a warrant against Eugene Hocker colored charging him with attempting to detain her against her will She had started to see her nek mother at Ellisburg and the Negro was engaged to drive her to that point 15 miles distant He acted In such a desperate manner and frightened Mrs Clarkson so badly that she gqt out of the vehicle at Moreland and telephoned for the officers Hocker was landed in jail and excitement ran high at Junc tion City for a while Sheriff George W Coulter pf Dan ville has returned from Pueblo Col bringing with him E Burns who was aptured there by the Pinkerton detec tives Burns is SO years old and re quires two canes to walk He came to Danville last Spring as a railroad con tractor and took the contract for grading the DanvllleScottsville railroad from McKinney to Columbia J F Al len president of the road accepted the proposition and Burns flashed a draft for 12500 drawn by the First Nation al Bank of Gainesville Ga on the Hanover National Bank of New York Burns requested Allen to indorse the iraf and permit him to draw 2500 tho difference between the 10000 boo nus and the face of the draft from the Doyle National Bank of Danville Burns drew from the bank 2000 and imme diately left town and in the regular course the draft was returned marked bogus She Likes Good Things Mrs Chas E Smith of West FrankL- in Maine says I like good things and haveadoptedDr Kings New Life PlUs as our family laxative medicine ecause they are good rind do their work without making a fuss about it hese painless purifiers sold at Pen iys Drug Store 25 Birds are destroying the telephone md telegraph poles in tho South and Southwest particularly in Texas Art ona and California Jn some places 50 per cent of all the poles along the ight of way havo been riddled by these nnocent offenders which belong to the voodpecker family For Sore Feet- I have found Bucklens Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for ore feet as well as for healing burns ores cuts and all manner of abra Ions writes Mr W Stone of East oland Maine It Is the proper thing too for piles Try It Sold under guar mtco at Pennys Drug Store 25c The St Matthews Ice and Cold Storage Company of Louisville composed ot 58 market gardeners and farmers was incorporated with a capital of j0 000 Members of the company tore theirproduce holding it for high market prices- Ponce de Leon Came to America each n of eternal youth rqqlh eh er Where wasnt a drug store on the continent at that time CLEARANCE SALE Summer Clothes at Almost Zero Pricesfi 820 00 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1398 16 50 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 1198 15 00 Mens Soils in the latest styles at 1008- V 12 50 Mens Suits in the latest styles at 948 10 00 Mens Suite in the latest styles at 748 v 7 50 Mcns Suits in the lrtcst styles nt 548 J84 00 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 83 25 350 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 2 98 f3 00 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 248 2 50 Mens Oxford Shoes in all leathers at 200 43 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 see our goods before you buy Our loss is your gain SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc 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 hauling and resetting in the new show room we propose erecting we oifer tho largest assortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments 128 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 8 Son 142 North llroodwny Lexington Ky Casey county fair INCORPORATED AT LIBERTY KY AUG 26t 27 and 28 J 908ji lsa f OFFICERS f1 C H BARTLE President D R BROWN Vice President JASON WESLEY Sec Treas MUSIC BY STORMS MILITARY BAND Liberal I Premiums in all Rings Write for Catalogue Residence For sale I I desire to sell my residence on Portman Avenue This is a new mod era up to date houao4 rooms and bathroom below 2 rooms null hall above hot and cold water in bathroom and kitchen Hot water heat all over the house This is the best and most economical heat that is known today for a residence Good Stable and Garden Price 82000 SH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinning and Plumbing I r 1if you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me ML7 jfjrl I DRllgaji TAHRORD WALTONF t WUMCARTY Ii a rnndldnte for BherlfT of Lincoln count t ty subject to the action ot the democratic partyi MS BAUGHMAN r Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbo democratic party JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to toe action ot the Democratic party i M BRUCE li a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democratlo- part JAMES CHAYS It a candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomina lion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party t D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOLEYwIt a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count tyiubjecttotheactlon of the democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKeT For President William Jennings Bryan ot Nebraska For Vice President t John Worth Kern of Indiana t For Congress l HARVEY HELM t of Lincoln county For County Judge John Sim Owtlty Jr For Jailer I ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE IF Thaws bookkeeping is correct he paid to those who have assisted him as he has faced juries and made legal dash es for liberty a total of 439500 and he has claims outstanding against him amounting to 453140 This is a total of nearly a million or at the rate of half a million a year In the days that Thaw was tucking 50 bills in the bouquets he sent to chorus girls he was not able to burn up money as fast as eminent counsel have incinerated iL The defense of alleged criminals is usually hot a paying business but the rich man in trouble provides fatness Like the doctors the lawyers seem to think that the opulent should make up what the poor were unable to pay TAFT Sherman and Prosperity is the slogan of the republicans Of course neither Messrs Taft nor Sher man are responsible for the present hard times but it must not be forgotten that Tafts creatorRooseveltis still in power and that the panic is not yet a memory PEOPLE are either going barefooted or patching their old shoes to the limit in these hard republican times Shoe shipments from Boston during the six months declined 40 per cent In no previous year has a decline exceeded 12f per cent RODMAN WAKER 4000000 is the most heavily insured man in America This may be some gratifica tion to his vanity but as he has to die to win his heirs will get the real grati fication AN Indiana man dropped dead while bathing his feet The shock was too great for him POLITICAL Minnesota Democrats will hold their State convention in Minneapolis on WednesdayThe of Marion county will hold their primary Nov 28 to nominate county officers Representative Ollie James was one I of the speakers Saturday at the outing of the Cincinnati Democratic Club William J Bryan the Democratic nominee will deliver a speech on the tariff at Des Moines la on Friday One of the republican candidates for Congress in Oklahoma II S P Stan ford is making use of moving pictures in his campaign The latest political conundrum is this What is the difference between Buffalo Bill and Bill Taft 7 Buffalo Bill has a showAdvocateAccording given out in Chicago the Democratic nationalcam paign fund will be raised through ape peals made to the individual States for contributionsA several hundred Nebraska farmers called on Mr Bryan at Fair view and presented him a big stick gourd Mr Bryan acknowledged the gift in a brief speech Timothy L Woodruff chairman of the New York republican committee is appealing to the business men bfvNew for contributions to rev publican campaign fund I E W Chafin the ProWbUtea easdi date for President will be formally notified of his nomination today at W Kern democratic nominee for vice president will speak in Louis ville during the Kentucky State Fair either on Southern Indiana day Sept 16 oron Military Day 17 Hon B J Bethurum of Somerset was nominated for Commonwealths Attorney by the republicans of that district without opposition He hat made a most excellent official and we are glad his party has so honored him Gen Luke E Wright the Secretary of War held a long conference with William H Taft at which affairs of the department were discussed Gen Wright accepted Judge Tafts advice on several important matters connected with the Philippines and Panama Belated reports from outlying voting precincts confirm the first reports that James Wickersham of Fairbanks has been elected delegate to Congress from Alaska His plurality will probably be in the neighborhood of a thousand It is estimated that 12000 votes were castCongressman James S Sherman will be officially informed of his nomination as vice presidential candidate by the Republicans in Utica Senator Bur rows chairman of the Notification Committee will deliver an address on behalf of the committee and Mr Sher man will respond Judge Harmon at the outing of the Cincinnati Democratic Club Saturday declared that if he is elected Governor he will see that the cities of Ohio are cleaned up He criticised the failure of the prosecuting attorneys to follow up the corruption exposed by the Cin cinnati Lexow Committee John G Carlisle secretary of the treasury under Cleveland expresses his opinion of the political outlook as fol lows Taft has the best of it and will probably be elected But the fight is not as onesided as in the past and a number of things may happen in the next few months to give the election to BryanChairman of the State Democratic Committee Conners has this tosay about Bryan William J Bryan will carry New York State by from 75000 to 100 000 Bryan is the strongest Democrat in New York today We will carry Erie Niagara Chenango and 15 or 16 other counties Kings county will roll up a big majority and other bor oughs of Greater New York may be depended upon to add a sufficient Dem ocratic plurality to wipe out the Republican plurality up State In my opinion whoever is nominated by tho Republicans will not carry the State above the Bronx by more than 50000 or 75000 IN MEMORIAM There is never a time when death is not sad but especially is it sad to seethe cruel hand of death laid upon young man just us he is entering upon life as it were Such was the death o Dunn Goode which occurred Aug 12 Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents of this noble young man In his death they lost their only child daughter having died just one year ago Although the cloud of grief hangs very dark over the fond father and mother yet there were many things in the life of their son that should be a great comfort to them in this dark hour of afflic tion Dunn had always been a good noble boy and his devotion to his parents especially to his mother was very strong Being of a kind generous na ture he was a favorite with all who knew him and many are the friends who grieve at his untimely death His health had been poor for about a year and for several months he was confined to his home and bed all of which sickness and suffering he bore with Chris tian fortitude He was a member of the Baptist church and died triumphing in a Christians faith For several weeks he had fully realized that he could not recover but felt perfectly resigned to the will of the Lord and repeatedly told his mother and others that he was ready and willing to go to his Lord and Savior He gave directions about his funeral and talked of his death as calm ly as if he were preparing for a jour ney And indeed if we with our mor tal vision could only catch a glimpse of the glory of that heavenly home to which he has journeyed through the dark portals of death methinks our hearts would be filled with ecstatic joy instead of sorrow A FRIEND The second lynching oftlle Spring field riot occurred Saturday night A Negro was strung up to a telephone pole by a mob of such proportions that- Me firemen and police who responded- to the first alarni were unable to handle it Reenforcements of troops were sent for and dispersed the mob which was of such proportions as to be almost beyond control A white man was killed by Negroes on tho outskirts of the city More houses were burned and there were outbreaks of varying proportions in various parts of the city Two Negroes evidently trying to es cape from Springfield III were pursued by a mob and captured at the State Fair grounds Both were wounded Two of the mobs victims previously wounded died W t CMURCM MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will lecture at the Cbrfetln church next Sunday morning at bell zinging in London has be come such a nuisance in some quarters of the city that the bells are muffled on week days Revs Irving and Day Seventh Day Adventists are holding an interesting meeting in a tent near the bridge over Hanging Fork on the Danville pike Rev W G Montgomery will begin a protracted meeting at the Junction City Christian church Sept 7 Rev Dos well of Chattanooga will assist him Rev P II Davis closed a successful meeting at Hubble Sunday night There were 13 additions to the church Rev Davis two daughters conducted the singing which was a good feature of the meeting Excellent Health Advice Mrs M M Davison of No 370 Gil ford Ave San Jose Cal says The worth of Electric Bitter as a general family remedy for headache bilious ness and torpor of thellver and bowels Is so pronouncedthat I am prompted to say a word in Us favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such afflic tions 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 Stephen Diesback a showmanof Watsontown Pa was brutally murder ed in his tent at the Bluegrass Fair grounds Lexington Dle back exhibited a pony which he said was the smallest in the world He was struck on tho head with a tent pin The motive of the murder was robbery as 200 was missing when the murdered man was found The Babies Milk Fund Association of Louisville which has been furnish ing daily supplies of milk to infanta of poor people for 10 cents a day each has decided to lower the price to Scents a day The association will also open up a second dispensary in the Western part of the city Hundreds fishmade drunk by whisky which flowed into South Elk horn Creek from the recent distillery fire at Midway have been taught by anglers After a few hours in clear pure water they were made fit to eat Why cant they locate a grand opera on American soil 1 Because our villages are too solid cit izens to go skipping about in green trunks or laced bodices Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medlclno can do more New Stanford Drug Co Friday has been designated for a of Republicans at Hot makeaa SquarefI wllfbe InCrnb chant thl summer and inantUPJ BATHOS FOR SALE I Rhode Island lied Pullet and Cockerel Eggs from selected pens II per IS Wild Mallard Duck Eggs or young Ducks Call and see them Slav W JKuMurox- Ihone 7 Crab Orchard Ky NSURANCElire Lightning WindStorm Life and teeldeni None bat the 8TKONOKBT and JKBT Companies Represented Lowest Pos lisle Rates Guaranteed Lots Paying Bee Ord Unequalled Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No W BRIDGE LETTING I As committee of the Lincoln County Fis cal Court I will receive sealed bids tor Bit Iron or steel bridge over Hanging Fork creek on the Stanford A llustonvllle pike All bids to be In on or before Oct Two spans each s feet long ld feet wide o D OOOPElt Clerk Htanford Ky Danville Board Trade 223 E Main Street Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions Stocks bought for cash or carried on margins Our executions guaranteed satisfac tory lluslness confidential and private Telephone Hit E Tennessee for markets DANVILLE IOARD TRADE ooperPeDoiDjitoD Fire andLife Insurance Representing old and established Com panics Odd Fellows Stan ford KyI The Truth Every person in this city who is suf ferine from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid fOI external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE Rest1nno clinker Write or cull on us before buylug your coal McKINNEY COAt to FEED CO K Ocoocli Mgr R E HORTON Livery and Feed Stable Klngsvllle Ky Htablo near Christian church Special attention to traveling men Everything new and nnt clns McKINNEY HABILE GRANT WORKS Jacobs r Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers or Granite and Marble Monuments KlrstUlnn Work at Reasonable Prices Office and Works MeKlnney Ky Shop closed on Saturday A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I I will toll privately my farm ol lid acre two mile from Stanford on Danville pike good brick resldencetwo barns two crfbiand other necessary building well watered more than hul In grass Terms easy will give possession in October If not told by October will offer to highest bidder Jon HALLOO Itching SkinDiseases frc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W tose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymadeolotblngtrhen U to little difference In the price ot ready- made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Hprlng A Hummer goods tan make from a low business suit to the finest dress suit Also Overcoat Trou in and Fancy Vests The company I represent it second to none JIOnUlLEYTbeTallor Stanford K- yCONCRETING We are In to do all kind ot con crating such ni Ulock Work Pavements and lu tact wu ran make any thing from a house down to a fence post We ran serve you promptly and guarantee nritclai pricetJeturePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky RheumatismI toatml Not a remedy that fllrtorted of earooie cripple nor turn boar rrowths back to CtS train II Impossible But I can now tartly kill tks palms and pane lhb plonh disease In Ormlt Uut w1UinWhich Dr hoops Rbeuaatla Remedy was mad a perfected dependable prsscrlMlon Without nut last iegredleai I roecMtraUy many mesa ease of RbtumaUaa i but now at lad it nU tormlr cars aU curable eases of this heretofore much dred d disease Those sand 11ke craaalar wastes found la kMu IMB todlMOlr action ot thl reaedy r- And tteelyyusdoe ssuugrdarrhe added to pan then when d solved theM polsoooB wastes freely put from UM system and the eatwe RbeumaUlm U too forever There U now D- need no to tufltr louse with out balD We sell and la cenfldeBC reooaaexl Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE The State University Lexington Ky The State University tens the following courses nameliAlrleultural Mechanical MiningEngineeringClassicalandseven courses over years and leads tan llachelori degree alto a Department ot lAW and a Department of Education lat has been established Instead of the Normal School Ierton who enter this department prepare for ndvnucnl work In pedagogy and are granted a Bach elor lUbjectwiiencompleted The Academy for preparatory instruction retained County appointees rocleve free tuition rlvllepe of re lden In the dormltorlei fu el and traveling expenses if they reo uiainten ioonMCUtlveinontbioronucoiIegt ate ellr The laboratories and museum are large well equipped comprehenilve and modern itllttnry Science is fully provided for ns rev mired by Congress The graduates in the several courses of tudy readily nod remuneration Tho totalumuberofruatrlc ulattl for lat year was 1178 Each depart nent hai u pecallil nl its head with tho necessary nuusier ot assistants Young women find an excellent home with board and lodging In Pntterion Hall which is well equipped with nil the modern convenience Iroom hall for physical culture at two per week All courses of study in the University lire open to I111n onllellticul conditions with those applying to males The comptetlbn of tho Agricultural Mln Laboratory and Educationbuildings afford ample and commodious quarters toe these department which are rapidly Increasing in tho number of nmtrlc catalogues information method of regarding courses of study and term of admission ap to JAMES K PATTKIWON Ph D Presidentorto D U KllAZKB Business Term Begins Sept 10 IMS T I Ends i tf It is just the time to WEAR SummerIGoods but the time for SELLING them is drawing to a close and to help clean up- ourRemnantserg 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 at 275Two Piece Suitsit 20 Suits for 1350 1750 Suits for 12iJ 15 Suits for 10 and 10 Suits for 7 These are clean fresh new goods and indeed a bargain H J McROBBRTS STANFORD I KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentuchy Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER OIREOTORSl J B CarterjStanfon1JobnCub TraylorGilbertsII Gumming Preacliersvillo Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek pirst atonal2anAr Stanford JtyO- rjanfjttit 3S2 Capital Stock IS Jurplut and Ifndividtii e9ielrr 119 000tJifas laldln Dividends since OrganttaitoH Snvlta few jfccounts on Our Jftrill l OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice President John J McRobcrts Cashier H O Baugbman Asst Cashr WWSauudersDooVkeeper DIRECTORS i I F Reid J H Baughmtn M D Elmore J M Petlut S H Baugh maD J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson TP Hill J S Hocker It C E Tate TripsfSummer Vacation u QUEENCRESCENTROUTETo Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale If you InlcncJ taking n trip fill out blank and mall for Information H C KINO C P A 101 Past Main St Lexington Ky Name Addresss t e DctttnaUon r tr The Interior Journal STANFORD KY Auo 18 1908 ELKAYB straw hat cleaner makes your old straw hat took like new in three minutes Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MR W 11 TRAYLOK is at Olympian Springs at Crab Orch ard SprlnglIMR JAMES T MBNBFKB vlll on business Miss KITTIB HUFFMAN is visitingI friends in Lancaster- II C WRA was in London on telephone MeineIBORN ta the wife of Edward Oakes a girlGeneva Byrnes MRS 0 IL EDWARDS of Paris Is the guest of Mrs G G Perry MR J C his homo with stomach troubleIMR THOMAS PHILLIPS if at Estlll Springs for a two weeks stay MR AND MRS LOGAN R HUGHES at tended the Brodhead fair Friday MRS Jos LYNN BALLARD COFFEY attended the Brodhead fair Friday RAYMOND MCBEE who has typhoid fever is thought to bo convalescing MRS L E CARPENTER is in Cyn thiana the guest of Mias Thco Rigga ARTHUR BEHRENDS of Springfield Ohio is with his uncle Mr A C Sine MRS W T SMITH returned from a visit to relatives at Mlddlcsboro yester day tMR J M LOVELL of Shatter Pu luki county was a substantial caller t Friday MISSES VERA TOTTBN and Margaret Huffman are with friends at Paint i LickMR J E JOHNSON of Pittsburg joined Ws wife at Mr Ceo P Brights SaturdayMRS M WESTEUFIELD and child ren of Livingston are with Mrs M D ElmoreMRS SPALDINO of Leba non spent Sunday with her father Col T P Mns T S RoiUNSON of Nashville Is with her father Judge W 1 Daw t ion and family MRS PKTKR STRAUII JR of Louis vllle Is with her father Mr J H Car ter at Halls Gap Miss LIZZIE BRIGHT of Stanford is visiting the family of John Bright Jr Somerset Times Mite L It HUGHES is with her fath ers family at Mt Vernon Mr Hughes spent Sunday with her AIRS S It HANSON of the West End will leave this week for Castle wood Va to visit friends liON J N SAUNDERS and little So phia spent Sunday with Rev Miles Saunders at Shcphcrdtville MESSRS W 0 WALKER W G Cow an and S M Owens attended the Blue Grass Fair last week at Lexington SENATOR R L HUDDLE has been quite sick being threatened with fever His son Logan Is Improving slowly MISSES NELL AND JOSEPHINE WAR REN spent several days at Warren wood the guest of Miss Jean Warren Miss Rose ALCORN left yesterday for Vancouver Washington where she a will teach in the State School for the DeafMRS L B HILTON of this place and Miss Ella Dunn of Danville won in the ladies hitchup race at tho Brod head talr- Ms8RS N C FUGATB and Math Sut ton offrCastlewood Va have been 4guests of Mr S R Hanson in tho MISSES SUSAN AND MARY VANARS DALE who have been visiting their uncle Mr B G Cover in tho SVice- lEnd havo returned to Louisville- A GOOD picture of Miss Lllllo Lea- velltot Bryantsvillc appeared in Saturdays Miss Leavell a nieco Mrs J G Carpenter of this place Miss ALLEE OTTER has been the of Miss Louise Eastland at Danville Mias Eastland returned home with Miss Otter and is now her guest Miss NANCY YEAGM of this place I played the wedding march at the mar rialto in Danville of Miss Naggio May Bagby to Mr John A Prall of Perry vine MRS JOHN HALDEM AN and her daugh ter Miss Jean Bruce Haldeman Wand Mr John Buchanan left yesterday for Yellowstone Park to spend a month TimesMiss SARA DUNN left Friday for protracted visit to Dr C A Cox and- I family at Jonesboro Tenn She will visit friends at Ablngdon Va before returning home MR W P BRADSHAW of Turners vllle has a good position with Hotel Emery In Cincinnati and would be glad to seo his Lincoln county friends there when they visit the Queen City It MR WILLIAM RANKIN of Harrods burg has rented the residence of J E r Buck on Lancaster street and will move to it Sept 1 Mr Buck will take his family to Gilberts Creek where ho bought a store Miss IIELEN THURMOND of Cavo t City is the guest of her sister Mrs John May Mrs J H Yeager for 1i merly Miss Annie Ball ot Stanford t i will arrive today to visit Mrs Ed Mol I rowSomerset Journal t Mill JBNNIE WILCHER is with Mrs I C grown In Boyle MRS ANNA D VANARSDALE is with Hamxkburg relatives HIM LokA MINOR of Louisville is the guest of Miss Levisa lIarrlsI IIUItonvlileMRS KITTY SMITH is very sick with typhoid feverMt Vernon Signal MRS J W ALCORN and Miss Sophia Alcorn are at Crab Orchard SprlnglJ MRS W R DILLION of London has been tho guest of her slater Mrs Jo seph Coffey MR WILLIAM OATS and wife of Wayne havo been guests of friends in tho Rubble Section Miss EVA LOGAN and brothers Rob ert and Carter Logan of Louisville are guests of Mr and Mrs J H Baugh manLITTLE Miss ELIZABETH PRUITT of Burnside Is with the family of Mr and Mrs Bedell Chancellor for a week or so Mss MARGARET DOWNER who has been visiting in Indiana and Ohio is again at the home of her brother MrIJohn Downer SHERIFF J L JASPER and Deputy J A Coleman were here yesterday en route to Mt Vernon with Green Flynn charged with several misdemeanors LOCALS HEMP knives aiWl HIggins TEN or cape honey for sale Ed Hubbard REFRIGERATORS At closing out prices at Farris SEE our new stock ofranges just received Farris JUST INA carload of Pioneer Wire I Fence E T Pence THE L N will sell roundtrip tickI eta to London Fair Aug 25 26 27 28 limited to 30th at 1P0 AGENT J S RICK sold 37 tickets for the Cincinnati excursion Sunday Who says times are hard around here MR A organized Maccabee lodge at Nolin lIardin county with 23 members Senator W W Tabb being elected commander MR D B Fox SR who In the Mllledgeviile section has our thanks for a nice basket of Concord and Delaware grapes which were delicious PHOEBE colored was given JO days in Castle Coffey and 100 fine for selling Bud Harris colored whisky She was tried before a jury in Judge Tribblos court TilE Lancaster Record hands this bout quet to Little Britain It is said that a day in Jupiter is equal to about 50 000 days on earth The residents must feel all tho time like they were in Dan ville JOHN ED wig be at the Meth odist church Wednesday evening Of him tho McKeesport Pa Dally News says Ho is an expert Every ono who heard him spoke highly of his work and ho is Indeed a master of the sweet ton ed instruments TilE fiscal court is having the iron brldgo over DIx River on the Lancaster pike painted Why not repair the bridges and holes on the Hustonville pike and others in the county They all need it badly Do it before Fall weather sets in TilE Methodists wrnted Rev John Ed Pearce to deliver his lecture at their church on Thursday night but he could not be hero then so they were compell ee to tako Wednesday night if they got him at all This will conflict with the prayer meetings at the other churches and Rev Barker regrets it very much tAnoUT six weeks Calvin the little son of Deputy Sheriff Wm Hester fell and broke his arm The bones had about knitted when on Friday the little fellow sustained another fall breaking his arm in the same place Dr Cook was called in and reset the broken mem her but says it will be some time be toro it will mend His many friends will be glad to learn that Capt Ben D McGraw of Junction City the cleverest conductor who ever pulled a bell cord has been rein stated and is again running the Blue- Grass Special on the Q C Capt McGraw had the misfortune to have his train wrecked and he was laid off pending an investigation 1TilE county judges and county attorneys Kentucky will meetat Crab Orchard Springs Wednesday to discuss various laws that effect the State generally Judge J S Owsley of Lincoln will deliver the welcome address to the association A largo attcneanco Is ex pected and we are sure Mine Host Wil lla will provide lavishly for all who attend COMPTONMr FrIt Compton died at his late home In Milledgovllle last week Ho had been a merchant at that place for 40 years and held the position of postmaster there for many years Ho was about 68 yeas of age At one time ho held tho office of Magis rate in the Hustonville district and made a good one Mr Compton was a most excellent gentleman was wel liked by all who knew him and will beI missed in his section a r OXFORDS at eeet far the aext ten days Cummins 01 Wearen I uABE MINKS is preparing to build a twostory hotel near the Q C depot Moreland ICITY TAXES DUE Yourcity tax is Please call and settle B D Carter collector MRS DUDLEY VAUGHT who was a Hafley died at Milledgevillo and was buried Sunday IBThere are now 18 prisoners incarcerated in Castle Coffey for various crimes and misdemeanors TilE 1908 tax books havo been made out and your taxes are due Come in and settle T J Hill sheriff ON account of Richmond fair theI L N will sell tickets from today till 21 limited to 22 at 130 round- trip TilE dayoldereon Mr and Mrs John A Spoonamore died and was burled in Buffalo cemetery Sunday af ternoon FOR SALE Entire stock of JtoodsI consisting of groceries meat cooler andI butcher tools East Main St Stanford J B HigginsC- ONTRACTOR r AND BUILDER Are you going to build this fall If so let me 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 Goo D Hopper FOR SALEStock of merchandise and fixtures about 2000for sale In good Lincoln county town and doing nice business Write or phone this of fire FOR SALEMy splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in tho county On Hustonville pike threo miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky TUE L N will run a special train from Corbin to Louisville Sunday week Aug 23 at 175 for the round trip from Stanford Tho train will pass here at 630 A M THERE will be a rich at the Methodist church Wednesday night for all who will attend A lecture by Rev John Ed Pearce a Baptist minister who will also entertain with music and song All who miss this rare treat will be very sorry when it is over TilE Q C will run an excursion from Junction City to tho Somerset fair at 145 the roundtrip on Sept 1 2 3 4 leaving Danville at 730 and Junction City at 710 arriving at Som erset at 9 A M Returning It leaves Somerset at 6 P M each day Ask agents for further particulars THE management of the Lancaster fair attribute the tremendous crowds to the fact that the show was advertise ed in the newspapers in this section of the State and In this belief they are correct A newspaper goes right into the home where a bill can not go and It Is the only way to advertise Record LEN SHANNON formerly of this count ty was killed by a horse kicking him in a runaway near Bennett III He was an engineer and had been in the rail road service for a number of years Mr Shannon married Miss Ivy Moran of the West End and she and several children survive Mr Shannon was a clever gentleman and a very successful railroad man The remains were in terred at Moreland Sunday afternoon MR W K WARNER has bought of Mr S H Aldridge his tinning and plumbing business and will take charge the last of this week or the first of next He also bought the storaroom on Depot Street used by Jir Aldridge We regret to state that Mr rind Mrs Aldridge will return to Garrard where he will engage in farming Mr Warner has a good idea of tho tinning and plumbing business and should do well here We wish him all the success possible ELMORE Mrs Mary Elmore wife of James C Elmore died at Jellico yesterday of troubles incident to child birth Her remains will be brought to this place this afternoon and interred In Buffalo Cemetery after short services at the grave Mrs Elmore was about 33 years of age and besides a fond and attentive husband four children are left to mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother Mrs Elmore was a most es timable woman and a member of the Baptist church CITY COUNCIL DOINGSAt a special meeting of tho city council last week bids were ordered fora concrete walk- up Lancaster street license fixed on box ball alleys at 25 per alley all bill boards on streets were ordered taken down the arc light In front of Ex Councilman John M Stono was ordered removed to the end of street of Coun cilman Ed Wilkinson Limo was ordered sprinkled down the St Asaph creek by tho committee suggest that everybody wear a little bag of osafoufoetida around their necks thereby avoiding dreaded dlseas es We dont want the city to break itself up buying lime I SONG and music at the Methodist church Wednesday night as SPECIAL sale on clothing this week Price cut Cummins Wearen TIrE good Methodist ladies sent tills office a luncheon Friday which tickled our palate greatly and made us yearn moreW HAYS is improving his reel dence on Lancaster street recently purchased by him by adding a couple of rooms and repairing same TUB Creameries at Georgetown and Somerset have gone up the flume The one here is doing splendidly It has the right kind at the helm FOR SALE ebearded seed wheat 1 per bushel Sample can be seen at Lincoln National Bank Jacob Haefliger Wayneeburg R F D Nol N W FOWLE spentast week with friends and relatives In Nicholas county While there he sold 11 cars of the celebrated Rex coal for his firm the Den ham Bros Five men were instantly killed and several Injured by the premature explo slon of dynamite in the plant of the Benson Mines Iron Co at Syracuse N Y FOR SALE I One of the best 100acre farms In the southern of Lincoln county Ky a tulles Mouth of Halls Gap Part to bacco land Will be offered very cheap fur aodays JNGHKKN P O Waynesburg Ky CUT FLOWERS Of all klmli always on hand Prices rea sonable Hpeclol attention to funeral or wedding ora n- OIIKIHMAN GREENHOUSE Ed Hubbard Prop Stanford Ky Splendid Blue Grass Farm for Sale As executor of Mrs L J Lloyd I will offer lor sate at public outcry on the premUes at about 10 Tuesday wept 15 Ittd the magnificent blue gross farm of about acres of which she died possessed It Is sit unted In Lincoln county Ky on a turn pike amedstancefromtHusnonvllle- Thelsnproveoentsconsist nbout the principally of a two story frame dwelling argt dou ble crib buggy hoilse tenant house all nec essary outbuildings cistern stock scales etc All In grass but about 78 acres It Is nunr good schools churches and a railroad railwayTheseeding purposes will be given as soon as the terms of sale are complied with and of tho whole tract Jan hit nuts At least one third of the purchase price must be paid In cash and terms as to balance will bearrong ed to suit purchaser This Is one of the best farms In Lincoln county For further particulars nddrei J PAXTON Executor KyJBlue Grass Farm For Sale As executor of J W Glllliple deceased the State Hank A Trust Company of Rich mood Ky will on THURSDAY HBPT 10 IKS at 10 oclock AI otter for tale to the high est and best bidder the one blue grass farm of said located near Lowell In larrard county Ky The entire farm consists of about KMncres tplendlddtlIIngbarn and all necessary outbuildings and Is convenient to church and school being lo cats d on a turnpike and about two is ones from Lowell Station on the L A N railroad byturnpikeThe farm will be offered for sale In three dal parcels separately then the two parcels on south side of turnpike together and then the farm ala whole and will be sold In the manner bringing the most money possession will be given Jan Hod when of the purchase money will be flue and pays ble and the balance of the money will be In two equal Installments due re allbearInglien will bo retained for the deferred pur teurltyforted on day of sale The sale will take place on the premises STATE DANK A TRUST co- Richmond Ky By J A BCLMVAN President At Public Sale A VERY DESIRABLE BLUE GRASS FARM One Mile from Stanford Ky As executors of the will of S W Givens Hrt deceased and nsogents for his devisees we will on SATURDAY BEPTH 5 nt 3 oclock v sell on the premises at public auction to the highest bidder the farm on which Mrs Mary U GIven resided at her deoth The farm contains Iiunvlllesituated on the East of the turnpike about one mile from Stanford bad n half tulle of tilt Stanford Graded School The Improvements consist of n residence containing 8 rooms besides halls oleo commodious barns and other outbuildings Aleut onehalf Of the farm II In grass and nil under Rood fence The toll U adapted for tobacco hemp nnd the other crops usual to this tevtlon Pos session for seeding purposes will bo given us soon as the condition of the growing crops will permit and full possession Jan iwv- TKUHM Onethird cash remainder In two oquul installments In ono and two years with Interest from dRY of vale with option to the purchaser to pay all cash A good general warranty deed will be mod on receipt of cash payment and notes of purchaser George O Givens W Olv n IleW livens Executors and Agents All persons haying a claim against the agentlubble LST GflLL ON Wasb Suits and lI r I WalestSlv J vi To clean up on the few remaining Suits and Waists in wash material we will sell any at just half their real worth Beautiful Waists that sold at 2 3 4 and 5 at HALF 150 2 20 Wash i waists are good until Dec 1st Splendidly made Wash Suits white and colors at ONE HALF 4 Suits 2 5 Suits at 250 c Dont miss this last great offering for the Summer Our talk from thistime on will be Fall goods I 5i t t SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY p 1 j 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 I TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY Farmers Best friendsJ Oliver Plows Disc Harrows and Su perior Grain Drills Call andSee Them c W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky a u The Interior Journal Snttrtd in the PottOffice at Stanford cu und dau4 matter j VDBUBHBD TUErtDATS AND VRUM- k1YOO AT Fl PER YEAR CASt when not 10 paid MOO will be charged L N TITLE T1tBJE No i1 Houth 11U1 r x No 23 south US1 P X No 14 North 455 A NoS North I Ult r x JOS 8 RICE Agent B D CARTER New Livery Dopot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For tbe arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon my farm day or night or doing Injury to stock In traveling thu pub 110hlghwa aor Injury to took from the lands of other people Thl reward refer to past present and future I also offer a spec Jal reward of for particulars see me I alto otter two special of 130 and 1100 eachJiQ Carpenter A S 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 erA Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance ou Farm Property in e dulling Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS iDESIGNSyry c Anrone lending sketch nd description tan Innnifonprobablr5IfnlaICommanl au encyforeturlnpaatentsykateata fJ notkt without charge In the Scientific RmeIIcane A handsomely Illnstralwl weekly Lareestelr a eodbyallnewadalerIOHM Branch Office 63 BU Wublwion JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm Sri Also Dealers in Fur TheyHall Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and tIIbeaterIn HamasaSaddlery STANFORD KY Office Phon9 1W Home Phone M t FARMERS DIPARXMEHT ThOl Butt bought of Byrd Matheo a pair of mules for 320 J C Eubanks sold to J II man 25 1125pound cattle at 4icIClever Charley E Bohon won two blu fair out of threo showsIFOR SALE Winter seed oata acd G RR IHalso won in the senior calf ring LOSTRed muley heifer wart over right eye weighs 600 or 700 pounds Reward Elisha Pence Rowland 2t J C Bailey won the blue on his hand some double team at the Brodhead fair He also won the blue in the model ring John B Routand T L Carpenter of Hustonville have sold their whey to Bartle Herron proprietors of the Liberty mill at 91c FOR SALETen good common sense hemp brakes Will sell at a bargain J Frank Smith R F D No2 Stanford Ky At Springfield S R Gray sold his fine farm to Mrs Jennie Goodloe of Lancaster The tract contains 166 acres und the price was 9990 FOR SALE16 extra good yearling mules 14 mares and two horses also pair of 17hand 6yrold mare mules weighing 2800 pounds B Ramsey- Jr Paint Lick FOR SALEA lot of seed wheatI Kansas Red variety If taken by AugI 15 will sell at 1 Ready for sowing James McKechnie Lancaster R R No 2 phone 184 S FOR SALE15 twoyearold mules nine mares and six horses Will sell hi 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 R S Scudder won five blues and two reds on his handsome string of horses at the Perryville fair At Springfield he got six blues and two reds In the ancy saddle stake his grand threeyear old won the blue DANviLLE COURTA small crowd attended Danville court yesterday and usiness in all lines was slow There were only a few cattle on the market and not much demand for them The gorse and mule tnarket was also dull S T Harris and Robt Woods won 1st md 2nd in the twoyearold horse mule ring and the red tie on best mare Jpule- t1o0 years and under three at the Blue- Grass Fair at Lexington Thursday This speaks well for Lincoln county J F Cook Cot of this city who have a branch barn in Wichita Kas are buying up cheap thoroughbreds for hipment to Kansas where they are ielling them to be used on the range in the West and Southwest as cow ponies Lexington Herald J H Baughman took the following premiums at the Blue Grass Fair Horse mule year old and under 2 let 2nd 2 years and under 3 best mare and mule colt 1st and 2nd got second loney on 1yearold and under 2 mare mule 3 years and over The Boggs estate of 460 acres in MadI ion was sold for the purpose of set tUng and dividing the estate The ome part containing 240 acres was ought by Joseph Boggs Jr at 125 p sr acre while the remainder went to John R Gibson at 114 per ncreI Why James Lee Got Well Everybody in Kanesvllle 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural route 8 She writes My husband James Lee firmly believes he owes his life to the use of Dr Kings New Discovery Ills lungs were so severely affected that consumption seemed inevitable when a friendI recommended New Discovery U and its use has restored him to perfect health Dr Kings New Discov ery is the King of throat and lung rem edlos For coughs and colds It has no equal The first dose gives relief Try Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store GOc and 91 Trial bottle free Kentucky Fur Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 Lavjrenceburg Aug 184 days Barbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 1 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days A Boon to Elderly People Most elderly people have tome kidney or bladder disorder that is both painful and dangerous Foleys Kid ney Remedy has proven a boon to many elderly people as It stimulates the urinary organs corrects irregularities and tones up the whole system Commence taking Foleys Kid ley Remedy at once and be vigorous few Stanford Drug Co r I Lecturer No my friends there Is othing in this world but what has some aeful function and Small PartyHold on there Does vour belong to a womans club 7 Toledo Blade Nght riders burned two more main Cutaway county Saturday night MATRIMONIAL Mtea Nancy Wltherspoen of Har- rodtburr iAho used to visit Miss Mary Hundley here will be married Sept 16 to Paul M Scott of Louisville Judge Yungblut of the Campbell Circut court granted a divorce to a husband because his wife embraced a now religion called Zoism Can you guess what kind it is How to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipate Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronlo constipation by stimulating the Hver nnd bowels and restore t the natural action of the bowels Foleys Orino Laxative does not nauseate or grIpe and Is mild and pleasant to take Rjfuso substitutes Now Stanford Drug Co Our Johnny ain lovePehav Hes a youngster Alt things must hive a beginning He has commend ed to wash behind the ears London Answers Jesse W Sweeney PBOPXIXTOB Livery Food sad 2leStAb- llLanoaster Ky Eczema is Curable ZBMO a scientific preparation rOI external use Stop tithing and destroys the that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and- permanently cured by this markabi- raedicin Druggists Write for pm pIe E W Rose Med Co 5tLowMo Pennys Drug Sto- rePRESTON 922V- olI l1 Preston U one of the grrntiit Ivognlted how hones that Kentucky has ever Sell ducro winning nt nil the Kentucky end nl0at the horse shows at Ixjutsvlllt Ht Ixiuli and Knnin City He U a brow tone with block points I Si bnndt btgt with One style and very high action Hired by Washington Flat dam Veil by H cond dam by Denmark It U useless to commend him ai the per pie of this and adjoining counties know hi rlcont as a show hone and also for brwdln mrpoeeIlewillmake the lentoiiol ItKiHnt my stale In drab Urchnrd nt 113 to Innuro n llvlni colt Will keep mores on ant at ft per north hut not responsible for accident or of stock Houton duo if mare Is trad- durpartedwith llILY1Orab HENRY ATTERSON PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journa BOTH ONE YEAR FOR NLY I5OFew people in the United States have not eard of the CourierJournal Democratic n all things tale In all things clean in all tinge it Is essentially family paper D3 a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY COURIEROURNAL one year and this paper for tbe price named bore Bend your subscription for the com nation to Usnot tc tbe CourierJournal If You Want to Keep Posted on Political Doings Subscribe for th- ecetucky State Journal The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky Write orPrice and Par ticulaf to WIPh WALTON Frankfort Ky t Small Farm For Sale I Hltuntfd Horeerat pike four mll1 from Htanford contain ion aereOood resldenoo and abundant outhouses In g ood repair For further particulars call at tbl otnce Partner Wanted Partner to furnish the nwney for and tnke NpllhaveInformatlonbynddreuingJohn31DThimtnNtnnford Sign Writing Draper and House Tainting Paper Hnngei G MEDAIRY Intwler Frtsoo Dtotratir 0raining Kt McKINNKY KY MASONS MEET Lincoln lodge Noflrt Ft A M wllllllet in stated coiumunlcntlon on each nnt and third Monday nights of each month at TaJ oclock In their ball on Main street Htni ford K Members of slater lodge are fra O41nyVPOSTEDW- e whole names appear below dried forblu buntlni fishing or will kInd of tre pauing on our places and prosecute Vi TopplesMMHlmpson llros Tlnsley Hpoonamoi- w Carter lien T Martin M F Lawrence iteutwn Curtis J H Ilocker JM IMUUs T Altiee Morgan Obapp l Amandt HchaelTer Urevn J L lIoltolaw nW Hasty Mrs J r Pallium IU UTulllam ivtur llalmer Mrs Katherine Ado Mcnert Paxton Ashley AOJlnnnoi James N Cash J Nevln Carter O MltACk Joseph Ilnllou Jns Ilalnss t1I17Ul1lrIJOCarpentot Mrs lleueccn U Carpenter W T Martin JII Thollllon- Thonuulrrlll Jas It Nkldntore David Burton J U Hunch MC Klclmnlion i rest MIss ladle Hewn nelchenllch Jim Fred VonOruengau H KOalne Albert VonOruengan A T Traylor Illbarn looch N H Hummer Kiwi liaumann Hlchard Hester Owsley Dunn Henry Hester 0Nunnelleyw lJaUlhnlUJW31ItlgneyIJohn Martin Afmrn John camenlach wuCordter Dun 3f D Klmorw Mrs N liUoode n K Tate David Hterens John Jufer 1LO Durham WCI Hout notllbOllck Kre Hnndorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob J JThompon D M Anderson 1F Mow Mr nnd Mn Jas H Knd HortonJJMrs Mnry Hufmnnn Wm Fields W It OnuKbdrty Frank Ioniler Her Fat her Leo Chester S This son of Chester Dare will snake tin rtwent season nt niy harm IS mlltu frtiu dtddlbur1tkuDXMCRIITIOX MH rKinuHEn He is a dank with star In with all the ItllI and IInlahohllrnCtlrlallo of the Chester Dnre family a Rood notIos orse and n proven breeder Met him hifon booking our muros If you are looking for a oat breeder nt vine prlee Mired byOhe- rrUarrlttlnmhyTelegrnph Ind dam by tippy by Mnmbrlno Chief Chester Peavine 3184 AHHU In offering tbe service of this young star lion to the publlo do not hesitate to any i tile that bred saddle ntnlUon Unit will he ffered for service In this county tbU year ft suds bremlliiK will show Mired by Ilea eavlne1Teebebyltex MoDonnld SB lit dam l1I11 Madison VIi she by Chester Hare ml dam by IVnvlne M more extended prdl Kll wlll be urnUhtxl on nppllcatlon Till tuition has the best hloo l of the snddli one world In him Both Slid dams Tea Ire crosses twice to HlackH llIlrrltwICtt stonewall Jackson nova to Dave Akin 115 With the style and finish of Chester pare the alanlna nnd nctton of IVnvlue how can he bree wrong His Irel tex IVn Ine produced three chamnloiublii winners of cnl Edna lee Mnttlo llalen and lay flay r and breed to him If you want tbe best Will arse n limited number of area nt las to Insure n living colt At the enme time nod will stand tbrftl as good mule jocks as cnn1st found II- Ith country at tbo low price of P to liisnro a vine colt- Money due with nil the above advertised tack when colt Is hatrl or when inure ayes hands of owner at tune of service or hft1 toother slock All cure taken to pre unt accidents but not responsible should any occur Intel ntreusOtiabtepri- ce118tCiDBItMoKinney Ky Central Kentuc- kyceaItstatetxchange TITLE CO No 100 acres on the Waynesburff pike near Highland 6room house bnrn and oth or outbuildings nice orchard Tills prohir ty Is near church and schoolhouse la well- orth the price- Nos160acres Smiles Bbuth of Crab Or chard on thll road has a twootory houu good barn orchard and Is well water ed about 100 acres of this land Is bottom tand and produces Hue crops A bargain at SloW X cash bnlnncu In one nnd two years 4o3Ileacres on Ituck Crook near Way nil burg troolll house tarn and other out illdlimsi plenty of wilIer Oasis price U No 1M acres nenr Level Green Hock CIItle county Ky This farm has a new S cry tralne house would cost to build now 000 good crib Ac located near churelt and school This Is a nice home and can bit bought for per acre Yt lash roo nlnder In It months No5H acres adjoining the above farms 100 ucras In of rooms o4 barn and otheroutbulldlUKs nice orchard One uf tho coup ty Trlc H oOi half cashbalance and i year No G acre adjoining fauns Nos and 150 acres In cultivation balance In tlm- bur Good wbllo oak hickory nndsome line dar Has 2story log huge and good orchid well watered Cash price tlODO No 230 acres neal Mnretsburg Ky 10- 0acroln cultivation noo l dwolllll lioulI- barl1Rlld necessary outbuildings line water and school church nnd B Its station Trice Fl600 H cash balance In one and two years No SIll acres near Conway Ky nearly lot tide form Is bottom land Ono for corn alld meadow dwelling house new barn sad other buildings on county road a mllel from llorea College Cash price MNo 04R acres on Irak s ntlfei ant Crab Orchard This farm adjoins the lIe Mod Is a part of the Oeo Krans farm Us li fine land In good condition all icossery buildings This Is a bargain at Oper acre o acres Ice shape neceuarybulldlagseto- an be bought worth the money For full particular In regard to aU the above farms elt L Hughe or ames White BlanfordKy I KENTUCK3S IGGrsTsri W JSEPT1415161T18191908 t SIX BIG DAYS DAILY nACBSI 25000 IN PREMIUMSIWEBS DANA SIDE SHOWS E QTRDNS Here is the place to display your live stock ancfarmj products to meet your friends t and to combine amusement information Show every day rain or shine in ournew 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the quarter of a million to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATES l Tow information entry blanks or cntalotf adttrav J W NEWMAN Secretary Louisville Ky SEND FjEIA 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 ttttttlttttttttt PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky J The New Perfection Wick Blue Flanje Oil Cook StovesjGeo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Get His Prices BeechNutBrad Sliced Bacon Try one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your money back 4 GEORGE H FARRIS THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS DY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED Adorinas Fox Is n handsome large Jersey Hull In scendcd from n and unbroken line of the most noted bugs and cows on the s land of Jersey England and AmerICa liii- stre is one of the best bUll ever d and his dam Is B stow cow that has given ea of tloh milk In one day If you l18VoIIkeOOIt Like or tho Llkqno of some Ancestor and have a strictly good- cow you avail ser will be allowed tolert8 n limited number of approved registered cows out lids of our own this year for II each Make engagement before sendidg oow to be brt OTlEK Telephone 80 Stanford ly- N It have to offer three extra choice bull calves that wilt be told at right price Choice Goods Honied January IWH black with white points heath BINd by Wonder and out of Ohennult Jonnet 647 Wonder was lIelknal10CholooIte wee bred by Charles OhonaUlt of a nn Humner county Tonn and Ua greatln WCllPtakehas many more blue ties te his credit gee Jeneteet50andfa breed a Motto will tn t Usure living colts insurelivingtal1I0nOeorirecolt MS BAUaHMANKUurordKy