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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL S I VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 21 1908 NO 49 V MIDDLEBURG Tho public school hero opened Monda with 100 pupils rBaao ball seems to bo playing out In these digging There hunt been a game hero for more than a month Squirrels are said to bo very plentlfu rln the woods of this section and tho aportimen are getting In their work In fine style Yosemite people have at last gotten a move on themselves and are putting the roada Inside the corporate limits In apple pie order Road Supervisor J R Wilson tells us that he has never seen better work done on roads than Is being done In this magisterial district Ho says the work is of a lasting nature and will not hay to be done over again next year Our roads were In a deplorable condition and we are glad Mr Wilson is succeed Ing In having good work done on them Mrs Wilson and little daughter or Somerset are visiting Mrs Jason Cot fey at Yosemite Rev W G Tllfort is holding a mooting at Arabia Lincoln county Prof and Mrs W H Judd of Bowling Green are at Mrs Mary R Fogles J T Short went to Sconc 11111 Sunday Steuben Godbey and his mother spent several days with W J Godbey and Mrs C C Jones liens Cox Is confined to hla bed at Yosemite threatened with fever Dr Willlan Sweeney Is treating him- NEIGHBORINGIN COUNTIES Liberty precinct in Wayne county went dry 210 to 50 Earl Wilder aged 13 shot and wound ed Willie Brewer 15 at Corbin In Anderson county Stanley Calves was seriously stabbed by Jesse Riley H Clay Mock a prominent citizen of Boyle is seriously ill at Wichita Kansas William Mullins sent up from Rock castle in 1903 for manslaughter ha been paroled Anthony Dietrich 76 yearc old died at his homo in Jessamine of a compile tlon of diseases R James Tugglc of Barbourville was run over and killed by an L N train f at Pineville Ho was attempting to board tho train The Board of Prison Commissioner granted a parole to William Rowsey o1 Doyle county who is serving a 21 yean sentence for manslaughter- TheI large general store of A C Bowling at McWhorter Laurel county 10 miles East of London was destroyed by fire The loss will be about 15000 with insurance of 7000 The cause of the lire is not known August time tolls on tho nerves 7 But that spirit less no ambition feel fag can be easily and quirky altered by taking what Is known by ilrupgisti everywhere Dr Shoops lloslora live Within 48 hours after beginning to uio tho Restorative improvcuion o will be noticed Of course full health will not Iniroedlatelyreturn Tho gait however will surely follow And best of all you will realize and feel your strength and ambition as It Is returning Outside Influences depress first tho insldo nerves then the stomach Heart and Kidneys will usually fat Strengthen those fail ing nerves with Dr Shoops Ilostora live and see how quickly health wilt be yours again Sold by Pennys Drug Store The people are sick and tired of law lessness and a vast majority of tho members of all three of tho farmers organizations are with Gov Willson in his efforts to redeem the good name of Kentucky from tho national disgrace that has interfered with tho prosperity of tho State for two years The change in public sentiment has been so pro- nouncede In this regard that people no longer fear to express themselves or to invite speakers whoso views are well known to address them Hopklnsvlllc Kentuckian When tho Storaaoh Heart or Kid ney nerves get weak then theso organs alwitys fall Dont drug tho Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That Is simply a makoshlft Got a proscription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restora Live The Restorative Is prepared expressly for these weak Inside nerves Strengthens theso nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquid and see how quick ly help will come Sold by Pennys Drug Store rrJapan has 32 timepiece factories which turn out annually goods valued at nearly 800000 the latest figures be- Ing 209792 standing clocks 411755 hanging clocks and 25360 watches Weak women should road my Book No4 for Women It tells of Dr i Shoops Night Cure Tells how theso supposliif The Book Is free Address Dr I Shoop Raolne Wls Pennys Drug- StoreI Miller Bros Wild West Show Com Ing Here Tho three Miller Brothers owners or tho famous 101 Ranch of Bliss Okla who are bringing their famous Wild West show to this city on Sept 21 1908 are natives of Kentucky Their great prairie possession had its incep tlon In the mind of the late George W Miller when he was rearing his boys In Crab Orchard this county Tho won derful possibilities of the territory ap pealed forcibly to him as he cultivates his Kentucky acres Ho journeyed westward with his family settled temporarily in Wmfield Kas and a fey years later started as a homestead al lotment what is now tho largest and most renowned ranch in all the Unites StatesWhen Mr Miller first cast his long- Ing eyes toward Oklahoma it was a veritable land of Indians and wild animals and wild birds but the land was rich in prospect Ho traversed it wits droves of cattle and when the Cherokee Strip was opened Joseph the oldest son mado the run with the army or homehungry settlers and planted the flag of ownership on the Salt Fork a branch of the Arkansas river Father and sons proved in less than half a doz en years the fallacy of tho notion that the live stock Industry en a great scale was no longer immensely profitable and the head of the family lived long enough to see his ranch grow to more than 100000 acres and hear it common ly referred to as tho most famous ranch in the world The Miller Brothers buy and sell carloads of cattle as the average Western ranchman buys and sells one steer Their pasture land is more than GOt times larger than his As a matter of comparison it is larger than many Eu ropean principalities Here the punch er of the earlier border has not been dispossessed Here la tho superb freedom of the plains uncxchangcd for the limits of section ownership Hero are the bunkwagons the chuck wagons tho roundup camps tho corralls the trained cowponies and the wild horses the lean longhorned steers the brand Ing Iron and tho man who can make a lariat act as if enchanted the figures and features that have vitalized West ern history The 101 Ranch comprises one of the few remaining sections where the West is still wild and wooly Its pictures are of the real Weatnottho West that can be seen from a car window Thro the years it has retained with its in terminable sweep of prairie its pIc- turesque unconventionality The Miller Brothers are bringing their Wild West show to their native land on its first triumphant tour of the country It was organized last sum mer at the Jamestown National Expo action and at New York City The big enterprise has paid visits within the last two or three months to Chicago St Paul St Louis Omaha Kansas City and other large cities and has everywhere mado a remarkable record of patronago and popularity Every mem ber of tho organization is a regularly enrolled member of tho colony employ ed on the ranch Cowboys cowgirls Indians horses buffalo marksmen and markswomen lariat champions and all other figures are a part and product of the Oklahoma prairie Their performance is announced as a revelation in outdoor amusements tingling with real spirit of the frontier The show will introduce itself with a parade which is described as a veritable moving picture of the West Two performances will be given here Served as coffee tho now coffee substitute known to grocers every where as Dr Snoops Health Coffee will trick even a coffee export Not a grain of real coffee in it either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nuts eto have been so cleverly blended as to give a wonderfully satisfying cof feo taste and flavor And It is mado In a minute It too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Pennys Drug Store The children had written compositions on the giraffe They were read- Ing them aloud to the class At last he time came for little Willie Doran to read his It was as follows The giraffe is a dumb animal and annot express itself by any sound because Its neck is so long Its voice pets tired on Its way to Ita mouth A Boon to Elderly People Most elderly people have some kidney or bladder disorder that is both lalnful and dangerous Foleys KId- ney Remedy has proven a boon to nany elderly people as It stimulates tho urinary organs corrects irregu antics and tones up the whole sys- tern Commence taking Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and be vigorous Sew Stanford Drug Co Tuberculosis kills 1699 persons out ot every 100000 4 NEWS NOTES Lexington barber shops decided to close on Sunday Cloverport will vote on the liquo question Saturday Hugh Jones was shot and killed by Frank Davidson at Hyden Leslie coun tyDr James W Simpson of New York City who was shot by his motherin law has sued her for 10000 Tho Standard Oil Company has declared a quarterly dividend of percent the same as was declared the corresponding quarter last year Ed Carson a convict in the Frankfor penitentiary hid in tho steam pipes In the hope of ultimately escaping but was forced out when the warden order cd the steam turned en A decided falling off in the immigra lion from all countries to tho Unites States for the month of July last Is shown by figures compiled by the Bu reau of Immigration and Naturaliza tlon A mass convention of the Allied Tern perance Forces has been called foi Tuesday and Wednesday of State Fall week making 17 conventions already secured for Louisville for that weel with three more in prospect John J Ryan the turfman and auto mobilist was arrested at Covington or tho chargo of manslaughter as a result of running over and killing a deaf mute on Sunday lie will probably abandon his race against Barney Oldficld Will Hotnsby a Negro identified by Nita Powell at Paducah as her assail ant has been held to the grand jury A mob searched tho jail for the Ncgn with tho intention of lynching him but he had been spirited away by the off cersFrank P James tho State Auditor has discovered an error of bookkeeping through which the School fund has lost about 80000 a year for the past eight years Mr James has asked tho At torney General for an opinion as to what course he should pursue State banks which have branches must come to time and incorporate separately from the parent bank with not less than 15000 capital or they will bo closed by Dr lien L Bruner secre tary of State Not only will the branch be closed but also tho parent bank Gov Willson has indicated to tho attorneys for Walker Duncan of Shelby county who killed Newt Hazelctt that ho can obtain a pardon for the asking One of Duncans attorneys wants him to accept the pardon while tho other advises him to stand trial feeling cer Lain of vindication Capt W J Stone was made foreman of the Lyoncounty grand jury which was impaneled Monday at EddyvilU by Judge Cook The jury was instruct ed to investigate tho night rider out rages and also the report that the Judge and Commonwealths Attorney were in league with the lawless ale mentA special says The widow of the late James Hargis has decided tc employ Senator William O Bradley tc assist local counsel In tho defense other son Beach whose trial for the murder of his father is set for Monday The late James Hargis was ever hos tile to exGov Bradley and refused to speak to him after he pardoned while Governor Jerry Cardwell for killing John Hargis a brother of Judgo Hargis Tho entire Hargis family have been very outspoken in their hostility to Bradley on account of this pardon Pain anywhere stopped In 20 minutes 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 IVIs for free trial to prove value of Sits Headache or Pink Pain Tablets Sold by Pennys Drugstore Rear Admiral Robley D Evans hav- Ing reached tho age of 62 years went on the retired list and many of his LakolMohonkrecupcrating to express their appreciation of his services to his country A handsome loving cup was presented td the admiral and many eulogistic speeches were delivered Attention Asthma Sufferers I Foleya Honey and Tar will give Immediate relief to asthma sufferers and has cured many cases that had efusod to yield to other treatment ioloys Honey and Tar Is the best emody for coughs colds and all hroat and lung trouble Contains no harmful drugs New Stanford Drug Co y Arkansas claims to have the largest peach Orchard in the world and 1000 men and 300 teams are harvesting the crop The orchard is in Sevier county and has 200000 troea It covers 2800 crea and over 2000 acres are bearing Five hundred freight cars will be used to haul the crop to market HUSTONVILLE A number of excellent blue grass farms with splendid Improvements are for sale by Williams Co and mus be seen to be properly appreciated- A crowd estimated at from 1000 to 1200 attended the camp meeting at Jumbo Sunday Miss Lucy Lee Mahai held the audience spell bound by her able and earnest effort at the mornini serviceMrs Charles Brown living near Smiths school house slipped and fall ing Injured herself seriously frost which blood poison resulted She dies last week leaving a husband and three small children Mrs Sue Jones who is visiting her brother in Temple Texas with a view to locating writes that old Kentucky Is good enough for her and that Huston villa will be her future home She is a fine lady beloved by all and will be given a royal welcome on her return Len G Shannon of Bennett IlL was burled in Hustonville cemetery Sunday evening In the presence of a large num ber of sorrowing friends and relatives He was 34 years told and was born and reared in in the West End of Lincoln He had quit railroading and was train ing a horse on tho track at Bennett The animal plunged forward throwing Mr Shannon from his seat His foot caught In the cart frame and the horse running crushed his skull He was a member in good standing of the Broth erhood of Locomotive Engineers Miss Mary Gray of Cincinnati Is vis ittng Mrs J B Beck Miss Kathleen Routon handsome daughter of James Routon has returned from a visit ir Southern Kentucky J Roy Rose of Etowah Tenn is spending his vacation with his family here Peter Wall ofI Sherman Texas is visiting his brother Jako Wall and his mother Mrs Wall Mrs W C Williams and handsome little daughter Miss Virginia of Lou isville are visiting their relatives Mr and Mrs Alex and N C Hicks Misses Alice Lyon and Maggie Campbell spent last week with friends in Lexington Mrs T G Tupman leaves next week to visit her daughter Mrs Wallace Wolf at Covington Gov Willson granted a full and free pardon to Walker Duncan charged with the murder of Newton Hazelett and Riley Harrod indicted as accessory to the killing The killing of Hazelett took place in Shelby county several weeks ago during a raid by the night riders and it was charged that Haze lett was a night rider Duncan admitted the killing but claimed that Haze lett was advancing on him shooting when the fatal shot was fired An Industry characteristic of the Netherlands is the raising of tulip and hyacinth bulbs Attempts have been made in several parts of the world to grow these but nowhere can the ex periment bo said to have been success ful as the proper kind of soil for the propagation of perfect bulbs seems only to exist in the small space of territory between tho cities of Leyden and Haar lem She Likes Good Things Mrs Chas K Smith of West Frank lin Maine says I like good things and have adopted Dr Kings New Life Pills as our family laxative medicine because are good and do their work without making a fuss about It Those painless purifiers sold at Pen nys Drug Store 25 It was 50 years ago Sunday since the first Atlantic cable was completed Now we have cables under every sea and land lines penetrate Asia and Africa and wireless telegraphy is be coming commonplace Then steam navigation was in its infancy and now It has nearly driven sails from tho iceun and the navigation of the air seems to be a near possibility i 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 ions writes Mr W Stone of East Poland Maine It is tho proper thing od for plies Try It I Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug More l5c Fiveyearold James was temporarily deprived of the use of one eyo by a ainful sty As night approached he said to his mother Mamma Ill have to go to bed early tonight because I avnt got but one eye to sleep with Mrs BenhamWhat do they do when the city has distinguished visitors 7 BenhamIf they are men give them the freedom of the city and if women ot the dry good storesPuck Hughie Cannon the author of Goo- Goo and many other coon songs saloonsweep The number of books exported from by German publishers last year exceeded 42100000 pounds and were valued at 15000000 4 CLEARANCE SALE In order to make room for the large stock of FALL and WINTER Goods that is to come in soon we will sell all Summer Clothes at Cost fen Youths and Boys Suits Mens Ladies and Childrens Oxfords at cost Mens 50c Underwear at 39c Mens 25c Underwear at J9c Now is your time to buy while the prices are low Remember our lose is your gain Come in and be convinced of the Bargains we have for you SAM ROBINSON STANFORD 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 now location To avoid the great expense and risk of taking down loading haulingand resetting in tho new show room we propose erecting we offer the largest as sortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky i T 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 CgZ Son 142 North Broadway Lexington Ky i Casey county fair INCORPORATED AT LIBERTY KY AUG 26 27and 28 I9OS OFFICERS C H BARTLE President V D R BROWN Vice President JASON WESLEY Sec Treas MUSIC BY STORMS MILITARY BAND Liberal Premiums in all Rings Write for Catalogue Residence For sale I I I desire to sell my residence on Portman Avenue This is a new modern uptodate houso4 rooms and bath room below 2 rooms and hall above tot aud coldwater in bathroom and kitchen Hot water heat allover the louse This is the best and most economical heat that is known today for a residence Good Stable and Garden Price 82000 5 H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinning and Plumbing If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from theBest and Pur est Drugs Call on me I W B McRoberts DRUOCISr TAN 100 The Interior Journal rI B Co WALTON WUMCARTY- I n candidate for HhcrlfT of Lincoln coun ty subject to the notion ot the democratic party r MS BAUGHMAN It a candidate for Hbcrlft of Lincoln county object to the action of the democratic party F JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county object to the action of tbe Democrat party I M BRUCE li a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count 7 subject to tbe action of tbe Democrat party JAMES c HAYf countsuhlectparty FARMERIIi a for nomIna tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbe democratic party DC ALLEN 1 a candidate for Aiseisor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democrat partyjt J W FOLEY li a candidate for Auditor of Lincoln counf ty subject to tbeactlon of the idemocratl j party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President P William Jennings Bryan- of Nebraska For Vice Preldent John Worth Kern of Indiana fJoorHARVEY HELM of Lincoln county For County Judge JrP4ROBERT H COFFEY For Mnglitrate JAMES MKECHNIE TilE figures issued by the national board of fire underwriters show that the average fire loss per capita in the Uuited States for the last five years was 302 against 33 cents for six Eu ropean countries including France Germany and Austria It may be sug gested perhaps that it is unfair to se lect this particular period for purposes of comparison since both the Baltimore fire of 1904 and the San Francisco fire of 1906 are included in it And yet If these two fires representing about 350000000 were reduced from the fire loss of the coun for the five years which is estimated at 1257717955 the total would be reduced but a little over a fourthWith fireproof buildings and other means of staying the fearful ravage these figures become more ap palling MR BRYAN is a farmer was bred on a farm and in spite of his political tivity remains a farmer He therefor- is in full sympathy with the farmer who is robbed by the tariff for thej benefit of the trusts and other predatory wealth If he is elected knd a House of Representatives in sympathy with him he will force the enactment of laws that will not put the farmer and the laboring man at so great a disadvantage in the racex f life Gov JOHN A JOHNSON was renoml stated unanimously by the Minnesota Democratic Convention at Minneapolis a demonstration of more than one 1hour Gov Johnson when asked if he wouldaccept said ho had not been of ficlally notified of his nomination and therefore had nothing to say DEMOCRATIC leaders of Maryland are not alarmed by the poll of two of Halt everyIclasses will be more than made up by his gains among the plain people They are confident of carrying the State for thetyebraskan 1AccoRnixq to two uptodate Boston rojlliners vyhp have just returned from thingofhat will be very small For the promised change let us all join in giving thanks Is is probable that the Kentucky Li quor Dealers Association and the Anti Saloon League will hold sessions in Louisville onthe same days during the State Fair Not a case of wet or dry but one of wet and dry A GREAT majority of tho railroad men will vote for Bryan and Kern said a railroad man to us Wednesday lIWedo not like Teddys dull times and a change of administration will help things ho added AND still they come Capt W H Robinson one of tho electors in Virginia has come out for William Jennings Bryan We deeply sympathize with Editor Bruce Miller oVthe Paris Kentuckian in the loss of his excellent wife Harrison county democrats will nominate county officets by a primary Nov 19 f POLITICAL Free Cox has been appeinted Poet master at Pan la Uftdieea vice Solon Cox dead Mr Bryans trick mule has arrived at Falrvlew and celebrated his advent by throwing a newspaper correspondent who judiciously attempted to ride him Senator Foraker has let It be known that he will speak for the Republican National ticket if invited and Chairman Hitchcock has announced his Intention of seeing that the invitation is ten deredChairman Napier Adams of the State Board of Election Commissioners has called a meeting of the board to beheld at Frankfort Aug 27 when the commission will appoint the County Commis sionersWilliam J Bryan denied a sensational story printed in Pittsburg to the effect that the fMlowera of Committeeman James Kerr had promised the Democratic candidate 200000 as a campaign contribution for his Influence in ousting Col James M GuffeY National Chairman Norman E Mack and Chairman James Lloyd of the Democratic Congressional Committee held a conference Tuesday in Chicago Mr Lloyd expressed the opinion that prospects were bright for democratic control of the next House Seven aspirants are contesting for the seat of the late United States Senator Latimer of South Carolina Former Governor John Gary Evans who has been a regular candidate for the Senate ever since he closed his term as Gov ernor in 1896 appears to be running strong in the present race- MATRIMONIAL Prentice Turnbull and Miss Audrey Gooch were married at George Thomp sons yesterday Mr and Mrs Charles H Beckham of Smiths Grove celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary Oscar Frazier and Miss Jennie James were joined In wedlocks holy bonds at Daniel Noakes Wednesday Grover Cleveland Powers of Casey and Miss Mattie Russell of the West End were made one on the 19thIThomas Willis a prominent young in surance man and Miss Virginia Mitch ell daughter of the late J Willarc Mitchell were married at Nfcholasville Miss Elizabeth Williams and Rev Ollie Goode Ragan will be married at London Sept 15 The prospective bride is the charming daughter of Mrs J T Goldberg aged 18 committed suicide at Cincinnati because she said she had no relatives to give her away at her wedding I do not wish to be married with only four walls around me I want some relatives to stand at my side said the girl And yet she had one of the most devoted lovers Mat Marcus who is prostrated from the shock of his betrotheds suicide Bishop Greer the new head of the Episcopal diocese of New York has returned from England Scotland and Irelapd where he investigated the di vorce question He says this is the most divorce ridden country in the theeabsolute prohibition of dlv rce even on the present statutory ground as the only way of fulfilling what he characterized as the organic law of the church It Li hard to diagnose the situation he said but I think the American love of liberty the ha tred of restraint has much to do with the high percentage of divorces in the United States Patience and long suffering are not American virtues CHURCH MATTERS Ira D Sankey who used to sing in the great Moody meetings has gone the way of all good The Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Church South will convene at Middlesboro September 9 Prerequisites to Acceptable Wor ship ia the subject of EUJ Joseph talloua lecture at the Christian church Sunday morning Everybody is invited It costs the Methodist Episcopal Church about 28000000 annually for Its preaching and superintendence this including about 600000 that is paid to superannuated ministers A chained Breeches Bible bear- Ing the date of 1533 has teen restored to Coddington church near Chester England from which congregation it was sold by the wardens in 1678 Roll call at the Methodist church next Sunday morning Rev Barker Is very anxious to have all the mernbqra pros cut at one time Union services at the Presbyterian church Sunday night Under the curious wilt of Baron Favdrt made in 1690 a sermon is preached the first Sunday Jn June at Elberfeld Germany extolling the vir tures of the benefactor and for this the preacher this year received from the fund nearly 5000 Rev R L Creel of Hustonville preached two interesting sermons at the Baptist church last Sunday forenoon and evening Rev Creel is com paratively a young man but he is a strong and forcible speaker making a fine impression here The members of the Baptist church were well pleased with his efforts and it is probable that he will be called to the pastorate tho it is not known what decision Mr Creel would make Adair News IxceHjBntJHealth Advice t MM Davlson of No 370 Gifford Ave Ban Jose Cal says The worth of Electric Bitters as a general family remedy for headache biliousness and torpor of thellver and bowels Is so pronounced that I am promptcdto say a word In Its Savor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such anile Lions There is more health for the di gestive organs In a bottle of Electric hitters than In any other remedy I know of Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 600 Dinks Did you notice the flour on Urn crown of the Rev Mr Nailers hat this morning 7 WinksYes he must be getting pret ty close to the bottom of the barrel Syracuse Herald Foley a Kidney Remedy will cure any cave of kidney or bladder troublo that Is not beyond the roach of medicine No medicine can do more New Stanford Drug Co- John Gluek a wealthy Minneapolis brewer and his wife were instantly killed at Cottagewood Minn in a col lision between their automobile and a train ARKER BALSAMClawPranoCM tnswiAfit fravIX I zenr Fills to H itor cry Balr to IU Youthful Color I Com dlmm eoedlma a FOR SALE I Rhode Island Red Pullet and Cockerel Kggs from elected pens per IS Wild Mallard suck Egg or young Duck Call and tee them MK w J EDMIHTOM Phone 7 OrnbOrd- nnlKyNSURANCE Ire Lightning WIQdKtor111Life and incident None sad 9aaaTOompanle Represented Lowest Poi Uble Rate Guaranteed Lou Paying nee ltd Unequalled Talk with SIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No W ooperPemiiStoii Fire andLife Insurance Representing old and established Com panics Odd Fellows Building Stanford Ky Bridge Letting I The undersigned committee of the Lin coin County Fiscal Court wtlreceive sealed bldl until Ir M Hept lies for abutment and flooring for a bridge over Duck Creek near the residence of Hunley touch The abutment and wing walls to tit of concrete cenientto be the best Portland ct ment Grouting to be made of gravel In tbe proportion of I padof Portland cement and 4 part gravel IIlent gravel very close to place The abutment 8 feet at bottom tapering to feet at top and feet long In clear from bank to bunk II abutment I wing wall to tw up itream none down stream to let at an angle of 45 degrees to the abutment lobe Incbe thick nt abutment and to toll inches at approach and to be same height of abutment Tbe abutment opposed to be 8 feet In height fropi solid rock founds tlon If necessary to be higher will pay In proportion per cubic feet or yard An Iron rod to placed at each cornerro shut ment t feet In concrete II Inches above with threads and nut to hold and bridge Hlils to be of white oak U feet long If hewn to lie 0 In number 12 Inches wide and a Inche thick If sawed 8 In number Itlnche wide and Inche thick Flooring to be of wbltuoak II feet long and Inches thick and to be oorrhtered with black oak pole let In fork of mulberry or black locust pouts nidi will be received on concrete separate from flooring sills and barrltternor at n committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids Ride to bo sled with O Cooper Htanford Ky G H Cooper J H OWl ley Burch Committee PUBLIC SALE Haying recently told my one Blue Grass farm and in view of prospective Induce rtteots on- TIIUltHuAY HPI1 f4TlI sell all of rur property In this county vjplcb mote dalnllel described below A FINE IIoUKING MILL of barrel capacity which I have recently refltted with the Improved machinery from basement to turret Bald mill Is full of tbe belt wheat that I have been able to buy since I havebeertln the milling bush ness Mill is run by team arid has an abundant of water Alto a com modlous all the lot attacheddWlilllnKlwUbnecessary wUhln7110rlOOyanll- of mill house contain 7 room con venlently arranged with back porch con crew and concrete cellar A 101 dcis tern In book porch and well In the kitchen and all nocctwrr oatbnildtngs Property li situated at McKlnnelon tbe Q A C rail road a muln thOf1ua fare from the Nort- htoltouthlnnilleHouhot Danville and 80 one of the nest markets In the world for teed of all kinds with a siding from road running to null door This is your opportunity to secure a good Roller till at n bargain My person altconsists or 40 good Iyeor old weight t1tX or14wpounds or milk cows and cadre 85 good yearling some nice young Illlles by such horses us Jled tour Chester Chief and lam brunoopo good family mare 7year old n ntue 101 of large brood mares In foal to Jacks a or ptdr of wok mules rod mule colts 01 or 76 hogs sows and pigs and some shuep All of my binning implements com pol of it Mc rmlck Hinder Slowing Machine i new Wheat DrillsIIl1tJlnkesecond 3 acres of corn sou to IIXIII bales of nice timothy hay 8 good straw rIck Halt will bo at tae faun r4 miles from JlrlClnuey on the Htanford it Hustonrlllu pike Tartlet desiring to look nt mill pro can get oft train nt McKinney nnd I oroneofmytonswllltakonliuiurulnihow ing them through the plant nnd take care you while here Parties desiring to nttnml sale will notify us one or s before nnd will be fur BurgooandlastbutnotleasiIlar TE KM Hi Made known on day of sale Possession given Jon I jsoo KyOnpt a The Truth Eyery pcnep this who Uui frig from Eczema Pimples Dand ruffor any form of or dis permanentlyuse PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE fleet1nbuylugMcKINNHY COAl A KKKI CO Hooch Mgr R E NORTON Livery and Feed Stable Klngsvllle Ky Hptclllltentlonnew and flrstclais McKINNEY MARlLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs tHarris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Qranll and Marble Monuments Pintfilm Work at Reasonable Trice Ofllce and Works McKinney Ky Hhop clout on Halurday A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I r I will sell prlvntcly my farm of 1W acres two mile from Htnnford on Danville pike to the highest And best bidder Healed bids will be received until Hept lltl Forty cres of this farm lie upon tbeWest side of said pike and the balance with n good brick residence and other bUIIIlnBI un the Fast- fide Will confider bids for the whole tract fUrthllterwhopurposestheHtanford Ky Itching SldnDiseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives Instant relief and permanently cures any form f Itching Skin or Scalp disease Al Druggists Write for sample E W 3osc Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE When Ordering Clothes Ilaveyour measure taken by a tailor ot ex perience Then rour clot bll wbeth rn low pries business cult or the tlnoit evening clothe will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your ones ure for extra trouser fancy vests top coat i and overcoats Fall and Winter am pIes on hand ready for your Inspection HO ItUILEY The Tailor Htanford K- yCGNCRETING Wenre In petition todoallklnd of con cretins ucn as Work Pavement and In fact we can snake any thing from II house down to a fence pott We can serve you promptly and guarantee flritCla work and material and get our price before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Heart Strength NerveEtrmxthorhervewnkmeeenathln lUvely not one weak heart In a hundred 110 It ahIddenNunsimplywonmlDIItren vsThtimuchtheauskeofilttnabeeridistern Dr Shoop Restoatvethls buildILprnsthena ItroodlonRloathem at needed w- ithDr Shoops RestorativePENNYS The State University Lexingtpn Ky The Htate University Lexington ten the following course namely AltrlcU- Itural Mechanical En Civil Engineering Klectrlcal Engineering Mleng- nglneerin Olaillcal and evcn courses cue of which extends over four years and lords ton JIachelor degree also a of lAW and n Department of Init has bran establishedEduCBtlorwhlrh Hchoot Persons who enter this department prepare Advanced elorsdegrelnthlsobjectwhencuapletedThe retaIned recleve free tuition- privileeofresidenceluthedoultoriefue main ten consecutive tnopthsoroouco legt ate The laboratories and tnuienm nre large well equIPIIld cOlllprebonlhj nnd modern Military Hclence la for as rev iiulred by Congress The In the several courses of itudy readily nndenuplorliuntwith lllwni remuneration mittrlc ate for lust lIr was K7H Each dcpnr- tmenthaeaspCclnlletatlts bend with tin necessary number tit women find an excellent lone With board and lodging In Patterson Hull the lnotlur- teouvenleuceslinttaroontball for phyilcn culture nt futt per week courses 01 study In the University lire onim to women on IdenVIcul condition wltb those applyin- to males The complutlon of the Agricultural Mln Ing Engineering Laboratory anti Ylucntloll- bulldlrutl I and commodlou forthea departments whlct nll rapidly Increasing in the lIulII r of metric uluttFor catalogues methods of obtnlnlni appointments information regurdlni courses and term of admIssion ap to JAMES K PATTKIISON Pii D LL D President or to D O KUAZKK Uutlnei Term Beglui Sept 10 im Season Ends JI 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 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 275 Two Piece Suits i 20 Suits for 1350 1750 Suits for 12 15 Suits for 10 and 10 Suits for 7 These are clean fresh new goods and indeed a bargainH J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 the Lincoln County national Bank I Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 3333000 Resburces 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER y DIREOTORSt J B Oweley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Gee W Carter Stanford John li Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Caeb TraylorGilbertsII Cummine Prcachcreville Lilburu Gooch GHIjcrta Creek Jfiirst Tfational lJ nk danOrrJ Jty Oryantftit 882 Capital Slat li tSO 000 p Surplus and Wndividedrolili 119 000 jffas paid in dividends since Organisation J2 500 fnvto 9fftv jfccountt on Our 97rlll OFFICER J S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice President John J McRobqrts Cashier II O Baughman Asst Cashr- NwSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTQRlJF Reid J H Baughman- M D Elmbre J M Pettut S H Daugbmaq J F Cummlnc a S T Harris T P Hill S Hocker isCSummer Vacation Trips VIA QUEEN RELS70 Tlin Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale aIfyou Intend tthlnc a trip nut blank and mat fcr Information l tH C KINO C P A SOI feast Main St Lexington Ky IName j AdcJrtu Destination I r The Interior Journalfl DCELKAYS straw hat cleaner makes old straw hat look like new in three minutes Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS In Miss UERTA JEAN PENNY la at Crab Orchard SpringsnliON HAHVEV HELM is attending the t Lawrenceburg fairsMiss V PEARL ALDRIDGE is attend ing tho Barbourvillo fair MIss ANNIE MimtmN Is visiting rela lives in tho Hubble section Miss ANNIE Piutura ia back from a visit to Lexington relatives T MR A G EABTLAND l hero from Louisville working insurance f ZION AND MRS W II SHANKS are attending tho Richmond Fair Misses Annie AND LUCINDA LUTES am with Lexington relatives DR J K VANARSDALE was here this week mingling with old friends MRS L U IIIATT has returned from a visit to her sister at Wilmore MISSES MARY AND RUBY BunciiELt are visiting friends in Mercer MRS J D EADS has our thanks lor- a largo box of very delightful grapes Mn J 11 MAIIONY of Orlando Fla is with his uncle Rev R U Mahony Miss TEVIS CAHPENTEH returned Tues iav from Lexington and other KATE MILLER and Miss Linda Miller spent several days with Danville friends l MR JAMES It DEAZLFY is showing his fine string at the llarbourvlllo fair this week Miss SARA BAUGIIMAN returned to Frankfort with Mrs S M Sauflny and U her guest MR J C McCLARY went to CrabI Orchard Wednesday 1o drink tho health giving watersJ- UDGE M C SAUFLEY attended tho meeting of Morgans men nt Parks this week A LITTLE daughter arrived at tho homo of Mr John U Foster 4WednCjlday morningIPROF 0 U FALLIS wife and daugh ter Miss Clara Fatlls were up from Danville Wednesday liON J M ALVERSON and Messrs Alfred Pence and T J Hill Jr are at the lAwrenceburg fair MRS J R NEVIUS of Lebanon June tion has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J II Hilton JUDGE J W ALCORN spent several days at Parks where Morgans men were in convention Mn MARK HARDIN and wife leftI j Wednesday for Ashvillc N C to spend a couple of weeks MISS OOLAII OCTAVIA HOLDERMAN of Springfield returned with Mrs Henry Holdermsn and is her JUCtitI MRS JAMES DENTON and Misses Esther Denton and Mary Goggin of Somerset are with Misa Amanda Goggin Miss LUCY LEE WALTON returned Wednesday night from a delightful vie it to her uncles and aunts at Nashville MRS W R McKiNNEY and Miss Nancy Katherine are visiting the faml ly of Dr W N Craig at Middlcsboro MR BOWMAN SMITII and family of Morristown Tenn are visiting the family of Mr Geo S McKinney in the West End- MISSES STEELE AND JEWELL TIMBER LAKE and Messrs R U Murphy and Gibson Russell of Milledgeville1 visited relatives in Mercer MESSRS JAMES MERSIION and wife and J W Stephenson and wife of Lebanon Junction are spending a month at Macinac Island Mn JAMER R RoBINSON and family who have been visiting his parents in the Hubble section returned to Chattanooga tho first of the week MRS E B RITCHIE and little son who have been with Mr J N Menefce and family left Wednesday for their home at Mineral Wells Texas MR AND MRS WILL SEVERANCE will leave Monday morning for Shelby county to visit the letters mother They will make the trip in their auto MR AND MRS J FRANK LARUE of Louisville arc enjoying an extended Eastern trip They will visit New York Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington MRS W A TRIBBLE of Stanford at HayswQod Hospital under of Dr Taulbee Her many friends be glad to know she Is steadily improv ing Maysville Bulletin TilE pretty little daughter of Mr and Mrs F F Cummins of Preachers ville won the blue in tho baby ring at tho Brodhead fair Tho little lady Is niece of Mr J F Cummins of J B DOUGLAS and his two Iplaco sons Fullerton and J B Jelllco accompanied tho remains James C Elmoro to this place Tuesday afternoon We are glad to t state that Capt Douglas is doing splen didly in his adopted home AMONG those who accompanied the remains of Mrs James C Elmoro from Jelllco to this place were her husband and four children Mr and Mrs John t Drohan of Ludlow also came to the burial By the way Mr Elmore who is only 49 years old has two wives and nine children buried in Buffalo cemetery MISS E8TH8R BURCH is visiting at Crab Orchard MR G D MCCOLLUM of Junction waa here yesterday atELD JOSEPH SEVERANCE came over from Frankfort yesterday TilE MISSES PENNY of Danville are with Miss Virginia Mahony MESSRS WM CoorrR and L F Cover subatantlal citizens of Pulaski are here search of a farm for the latter PROF AND MRS J W IRELAND have their little daughter Luclle for grandmother Mrs W C Grin LOCALS HEMP knives at W H Higglns WANTEDcountry sides and hams D Nowland JUST INA carload of Pioneer Wire Fence E T Pence OXFORDS at cost the next ten days Cummins 8 Wearen Vic TUCKER a wellknown Negro blacksmith of Mllledgeville died a few days since- AN extensive line of Fall and Winter samples just received Call and see them H C Rupley the tailor THE 1008 tax books ave made out and your taxes are duo Come in and settle T J Hill sheriff A GUN withdozen members has been organized In Stanford They will shoot each Friday afternoon AFTER several days of almost unbearable weather the mercury began to goI down Tuesday night and since it been delightfully pleasant CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Are you going to build this fall If so let me figure with you Work done satisfactorily Will Stone phone 84 ON account of continued ill health II desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper NEXT Tuesday night Freemans box ball alleys will be turned over to the ladles and no gentleman unless accompanied by a lady will be allowed to play FOR SALEMy splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonvllle pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky CONCRETE pavements look mighty good to us but we deplore the fact that a number of valuable shade trees have been cut down to make room for them seems almost a sin to destroy a shade tree TilE fiscal court was in session Tuesday Tho weather was oppressively- warm and tho sessions were hell in the court house yard under one of the big shade trees Considerable business was transacted HORSE STOLEN A valuable horse belonging to Mr Tinsley Spoonamoro was stolen from his pasture Friday night but was found near Crab Orchard Sunday Tho animal showed effects of hard riding A REPORT comes from Jumbo Lincoln county that one of the wells drilled for oil by Smith and Withers of Danville has broken loose Into a gusherAdvo cate Wrong Twas merely the Jumbo Camp Meeting in full blast FINGER CUT OFF While riding on a train in Texas a window fell suddenly and cut off a finger for Mr A T Nun nelley of this place He is in Denizo being cared for We are sorry that the clever gentleman should strike such bad luck NOTICEAny person who dumps trash in the St Asaph branch or on the streets of the city of Stanford will bi prosecuted Haul your trash to sinkhole on J M Stones place By order of city council L R Hughes City Clerk So far knows why Rev John Ed Pearce who was to have lectured- at the Methodist church failed to put in an appearance Wednesday night After waiting for him an hour the money was refunded It was a jolly goodnatured crowd and was not hurts by disappointment IIIJrlroRTANT1he low stage of the e necessity of preserving a supply for protection from fires compel the withdrawal of all sprinkling privileges for the present Rebates will bo given to all customers- In proportion to the time so taken out patronsWater Light 8 Ice Co DONT WASTE TilE WATERMan ger Frank Rout of the Water Light Ice Co tells us that water is gettin- go be a scarce article and that our pep pie will have to quit sprinkling for iwhilo There is enough water if it is economically and judiciously used but people persist in wasting it on thA treats and their yards we may run out entirely Even now wo would be in bad fix if a fire were to occur Drink all the water you want and bath when- t is necessary but cut out sprinkling- or a while at least FOR s4 all si fD N w land REFRIGERATORS at closing out prices Farris SEE our new stock of ranges just received Farris SPECIAL sale on clothing this week Price cut Cummins Wearen FOR SALEA nice ponyn cart and harness Miss Mildred Dow ner Stanford 2t CITY DoE Your city tax Is due Please call and settle B D Of Carter collector THE L willseiroundtrip tick ets to London Fair Aug 25 2G 27 28 limited to 30th at 190 FAIRS will be pulled off at London and Liberty next week The prospects are flattering for a successful meeting at both places We are told that the Lincoln County Fair Association will pay about 5 premium on the share which Is good considering everything FOR SALE White bearded seed wheat 1 per bushel Sample can be seen at Lincoln National Bank Jacob Haefllger Waynesburg R F D Nol FOR SALEStock of merchandise and fixturesabout 2000 for sale In good Lincoln county town and doing nice business Write or phone this of fleeaWILL OAT Mr John S Murphy who sold his farm in the West End some months ago will have a sale on- Thursday Sept 24 at which time he will dispose of his splendid flouring mill at McKinney lie will also sell all of his horses cattle crops and farming- implements See the advertisement this Issue and be sure to attend his sale which will take place at his old home tho Hustonvlllo pike 2 miles from Hustonville PAYNEMrsD8C Payne flied at her home in Crab Orchard Tuesday af ternoon after a protracted illness of a complication of troubles She was burled in the Crab Orchard cemetery Wednesday afternoon after services by Eld J G Livingston Deceased was a sis ter of the late Joseph Severance of this place and was n splendid woman Besides her husband she leaves a number of children all grown to feel the fearful loss of a model wife and devot ed mother MRS II C BRIGHT and children Jen nie Graham and Emmett left today for Pineville where they will spend a week with the family of lion Chas W Mctcalf Mrs J W Rawlings and daughters Misses Mayme and Lucilcleft today for Barbourville where they will be the guests of Hon J W Sampson and family during the Barbourvillo fair Miss Levisa Harris of Hubble and her guest Mike Lois Minor of Louisville were the guests of Mrs W Owen Mclnty re Advocate DR R A JONES who left Stanford some three years ago and located in Cincinnati is rising in the financial world very rapidly Ills advertising soap business has increased to such an extent that orders come from all parts of tho world to him While in Cincin nati last week tho genial doctor showed us large orders from England Canada Buenos Ayres and other countries a long ways off lie employes about 30 people and his place of business pro sents a lively scene By the way Dr Jones who is an inventive genius is working on a machine which ho thinks will cut off wrap in tin foil and label yeast Mr Fleishman the great yeast maker of Cincinnati has offered a big sum of money to the person who makes a machine that will satisfactorily the work Dr Jones has an excellent show to take down the big pile Mr Fleischman offers We hope with many other friends that he will win Here and There Rev James Duane Phelps treasurer of Syracuse University committed sui cide by shooting The lifeless body of Tom Meyers aged 17 was found on top of the mountains near Middlcsboro The Eastern headquarters of the Democratic National Committee will be formally opened in New York Aug 27 The residence of Dr J P Brashear on Cumberland Avenue Mlddlesboro valued at 4000 was totally destroyed fireAttempts were made to blow up two residences in the Alabama mining district In one instance a house was almost demolished Over 2000 Invitations have been Is sued by the farmers and planters of Todd county to an old fashioned basket picnic and speaking at Guthrio on to morrowAll troops with the exception of two regiments have left Springfield 111 The Negroes are still excited and afraid but Gov Deneen and the milita ry officials have no fear of any further serious outbreaks Gov Willson has offered a rewardof 500 for the arrest and conviction of the murderer or murderers who on Sun day last robbed and killed Stephen A Drle bach a showman of Watertown Pa at Lexington Business on the Square I will In In Crab Orchard tbli summer and winter to tench on all kltidt of musical In itrumenti HAttofactlon guaranteed lnOIl J DATNON FOR SALE I One of the best KOncre farms In the Houtbern part of Lincoln miles land hulls lap eryytcheeappfot- 9odny bacco Will be offered J P O Waynesburg i4 CUT FLOWERS all kinds always on hand Price rea lonnlile Hpeclal attention to funeral or wedding order UIIIIIBMAN GIlEENllOUBK Ed Hubbard Prop Htunford Ky BRIDGE LETTING I At committee of the Lincoln County Fli cal Court I will receive sealed an Iron or steel bridge over Hanging Fork creek on tbe Hlanfon t pIke All bids to be In on or before Oct 1IW8 Two spans each SI feet long 10 feet wide O B COOPER Olerk Stanford Ky Danville Board Trade 223 E Main Street Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions Htock bought for cash or carried on mar gin Our execution guaranteed tatlifac tory Iluslness confidential and private Telephone Sit U Tennessee for markets DANVILLE HARD TRADE Splendid Blue Grass Farm for Sale As executor of Mrs L J Oloyd I will offer for sale at public outcry on the premhetatabout 10 A x Tueiday Kept magnificent blue grill farm of about WS acres of which she died pos ssed It U lit uated In Lincoln county Ky on a turn pike about mile from McKinney and about the name dlitunce from Hustonvllle The Improvements conilst principally of n twostory frame dwelling large bRrn dou bl crib buggy houetelmnthouse 01 nec eisary outbuildIngs cistern tock scales etc All In limn but about acres It li near good schools churches and a railroad itatlou on the Queen A Crescent railway The land It to surveyed 1oitesslon for seedlnc purposes will be ni goon in the term 01 sale are complied with of the whole tract Jan UtlMV At least one third of the purchase price muit be paid in cash and terms ai to balance will beurrang ed to suit purchaser This li one of the bet fartni In Lincoln county For further particulars addreii J B PAXTOX Executor KyJIBlue Grass Farm For Sale decensedtheniond Ky will on- TIIUItDAYSEPT10 iat 10 oclock offer for tale to the high fit and best bidder the line blue grail farm of said ttllllspte located near Lowell Durrani county Ky splendiddwellingbarn and all necessary outbuilding and U convenient to church and tcbool being located on a turnpike and about two S miles from Lowell Htntlon on the U A X railroad byturnpikeThe farm will be offered for rate In three- S parcels separately then the two parcels on side of turnpike together and then the farm as a whole and will be sold la posCession plIablewilt be In two equal lnstallments due reo ipectlvely Jan and Jan ivn nil bearing legal Interest from Jan lien will be retained for the deferred pur securityforted on day of sale Tho sale will take place on the premises HTATE BANK A TRUST CO KytsAt Public Sale A VERY DESIRABLE BLUE GRASS FARM One Mile from Stanford Ky ofAs executors of the H W livens Sr deceased and as agents for his devisees we will on 1008iSATURDAY SEPT 12 at 8 oclock p sell on the premises at public auction to the highest bidder the farm on which Sir Mary V Given resided at her death The farm contains WJi acres situated on the East side of the Danville turnpike about one mile from Htiinfonl and within n half mllo of the Htanford Graded Hchool The Improvements consist of a residence containing 8 rooms besides hull ill so commodious barns and other outbuildings About one hnlf of the term Is In gm und nil under good fence The toll is adapted for tobacco hemp and the other crop usual to this section Pos session for settling purposes will be given as soon as the condition of the growing crops will permit and full possession Jan II1J TKitxs tonethird cash remainder In two equal installments In ono and two years Interest from day of sale with option to tho purchaser to pay all cash A good general warranty deed will be nude on receipt cash payment and notes of purchaser George O Givens W livens B V livens Executors end Agent All persons havinga claim against the estate are requested agentilupwe LST6 LL2- Wash ON Suits and Waist51f 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 1 1502 250 Wash waists are good until Dec 1st Splendidly made Wash Suits white and colors at ONE HALF 4 Suits 2 5 Suits at 260 c Dont miss this last great offering for the Summer Our talk from this time on will be Fall goods t SEVFLRANCESON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY 0 Fall Goods 1 Our Fall and Winter Line of Misses and Childrens Shoes in 1Taus Vicis Patents Etc is now ready for your inspection This is by far the best and prettiest line we have ever carried We are expecting our Ladies Fall Line daily We are offer ing any Oxford left in our house at exactly what theycoet us DONT FORGET That we are agents for International Tailoring anti L E Hayes Co Remember we guarantee fitf quality of goods and price TRLBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI Farmers Best friends I Oliver Plows Disc Harrows and Su perior Grain Drills Call and See Them W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky I iTheInterior Journal JhlerrdinthePoFOficeat Stanford w McOndCMH matter i IIVJIIlIISD TODAYH AND lRIDa7- AT J00 PER YEAR CAS IBTWhen sot to paid ISOO will be charged i L S N TIME TKBLE No tl Mouth 1121 P No Tt Mouth P No 14 North as A u No 21 North IllS r x JOS S RICE Agent BaD CARTERN- ew Liver Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Por the arret and conviction of ntiy perion tnpanlng upon m term day or ntght or llo doing eoriuj r7 to etockgfrontpth of other This reward refers epecIAIetrewardI also offer two lrocacbJjaCarpenter A S PRICESurgeon Dentist TANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrta Drug Store in the Owsley Building i For the next few days we will give some i Exceptional Bargain- in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in cluding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Mane Phone 36 STANFORD K- Yjj60YEARS TRADE MARKS onsIAnyone sending a tketrh and description my tmlcklT out opinion an Inrenllnn It probably t ComrauDlau tloniiirlctlfconnileinUl on Patent ecunngpateuuPatentipetal notke without m the Scientific AmericanAtian- diomelrlllniitretM wklf Jnr Mtclr eolation of an Journal Terms a byallnewdealerh9UNN Urancti offloo F BU C JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture Mat ngsRugs TheyIwill exchange uniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harne8s8addlery STANFORD KY Office Phone HomePJjone 85 arh FARMERS DEPARTMENT Woodford county farmers are cuttln g tobacco T A Bradley of Boyle had a valu able mare killed by lightning FOR SALK Northern white seed rye Jas D Shelby Junction City anNd R No2 Stanford Ky Between 1600 and 2000 sheep and calves were burned in the New Yor Central Yards at Buffalo LOSTRed muley heifer wart over right eye weighs 600 or 700 pounds Reward Elisha Pence Rowland 2U William Riley of Lexington ha leased the Bruce warerooms at Dan ville and will open a loose leaf tobacco houseS Harris is receiving a carload of cotton seed meal which he will feed his cattle on He thinks It quite as good and cheaper than corn A horse valued at 700 owned by R A Dodd of Wilmore was overcome by heat and dropped dead while being driven from High Bridge to Wilmore A dark Jersey cow about eight years old no horns and the bush of her tail cut off left Major Reynolds Thursday evening Notify Green Gooch Eu banks Ky IFOR SALE16 extra good yearling mules 14 mares and two horses also pair of 17hand Gyrold mare mules weighing 2800 pounds B Ramsey Jr Paint Lick FOR SALEA lot of seed wheat Kansas Red variety If taken by Aug 16 will sell at Ready for sowing James McKechnie Lancaster R R No2 phone 184 S FOR SALE16 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 SouthdownssHenry Chester Chief the good saddle stal lion belonging to Willian Stigall of Perryville is proving himself a great breeder In four rings this year his colts have won four blue and four red tiesThe Burley Tobacco Society sold 600 hogsheads of the 1906 crop to the Scot ten Dillon Co of Detroit Mich It graded 18 cents per pound and the total amount of the sale will approximate 5100000 An immense crowd was in attendance at the Mt Sterling court and 5000 cat tle were on the market part of them of fine quality There was a large crowd at the pens bidding was spirited and trade a big improvement over last stock day The best lQOOtpound cattle sold at 41c with bulk of sales at 41c year lings at 4 to 41c heifers 3 to 31c cows at 2J to 3c Seven hundred and eightyone acres of Col Milton Youngs McGrathiana farm were sold to R A and W S Beazley of Lancaster for about 115 000 The new owners take possession Jan 1 1909 The transaction was on a cash basis This will clear Col Young of his indebtedness and leaves him 1 290 acres of land and 600 thoroughbred horses Lexington dispatch to Courier JournalThe of Oklahomas peach crop is now on in earnest Although the yield will not be as large as in some other years the price is better than usual and the quality is above that of the crop in most other peach producing States The crop was cut short by late frosts in other States This has re sulted in a great demand for the Oklahoma crop which will practically all be sold at 210 per bushel George C Graddy of Woodford prints an advertisement which says This is to notify the public that anyone who comes on my farm day or night especially the latter except in the company of myself or one of my men comes at their own risk Not wanting innocent blood on my hands I take this mode of notifying the pub lic besides posters on my farms It will be remembered that Mr Graddy had his barn burned by night riders and that he in defiance of their threats is raising a crop of tobacco this year protected by guards Mr Graddy has issued his dell It remains to be seen whether night riders will ride where there is a prospect of meeting a warm reception Why James Lee Got Well Everybody in Zanesvllle 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural route 8 She writesliMy husband James Leeflrmly believes he owes his life to the use of Dr Kings New Discovery His lungs were so severely affected thatconsump don seemed inevitable when a friend recommended New Discovery We tried it and Its use has restored him to per fect health Dr Kings New Discovery is the King of throat and lung rem edies For coughs and colds It has no equal The first dose gives relief Try Itl Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store LOc and 91 Trial bottle free They say that the girl you broke your engagement with was engaged to several other I guess her to return menIcall and IICeatucky Fair Dates are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1903 Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Darbourvlllo Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Sept 1 5 days IParis Sept 8 4 days cHow to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronti constipation by stimulating the lives and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Foleys Orln n Laxative dots not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Near Stanford- Drug C- oJesse W Sweeney FBOPBirroB Livery food nd Salo Stable s Lancaster Ky Eczema is Curable ZBMO K scientific preparation rot external use Stop itching Instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for tarn pie E W Rose Med Co litLouis Mo- Pennys Drug Sto- rePRESTON 922 lYol111 1reston It one of the nrratf it flvegalted Show horsui that Kentucky has ever pro duced wlnnlnR at all the Kentucky faIn and alia lit the hone show at LouUvllle Ht Louts end Kansas City Hal a brown horse with black point IMt unfit high with line itylnand very high action Hired by lUblnllton 5- 4Klrit dam net by Ithoderlclc 10- 4Hvcond dam by Denmark It I useless to commend dinsathe poo rrecordaashowhoneendnlsoforbreedingpurpose lie make nn bin In Crab Orchard nt f IS to Insure a living colt Will keep mare on gnu at C per month but not responsible for accldnnt or escape of stock Henson duo If mare U trad ed or parted with JO UAILUY Pnib Orchard Ky HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150Few people In the United State have not heard of the Courler Journal Democratic In all thing fair In all things clean In all thing It la essentially family paper By a ipeclal arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY OOOBIEBOUHNAL one year aDd this paper for the price named above Send your mbicrlptlon for the comI bination to usnot tc the CourierJournal If You Want to Keep Posted on Political Do ings Subscribe for the IeituckyState Journal The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky Write for Price and Par ticulars toIw P WALTON Frankfort Ky Small Farm For Sale I Situated on Somerset pIke four mill from Stanford Contains acre Oood loodrepaIrouice Partner Wanted tokoIiallVullInformRtlonman Stanford Ky Hlgn Writing Draper and house Pnlutlng Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior FrISco Dictrator 0raining Kte McKINNEY KY MASONS MEET meetion an third Monday night of each month nt Two oclock ID their hull on Main street Stan font Ky Membor of sister lodge are fmn twnmlly Invited to Iw present U L Penny 1y M 1 W1ilnningtonHec POSTED trloUyforbIdpassing on our places and will prosecute olators to the full extent of the law IVppleiMrHpoonaraorePDL K Lawrence Itaulmn Ourtl JHIIocker JMPettui UhappetlAmandt HattyMrPeter Ilnlmer Mrs Katherine Ador hleyAUliannoaJaraeiNOaib O II Hack Joseph Ilallou M U Lytle Mr Jea lame OArllOtntlrlIfraThompsonThomaDavid Burton J ItMC RlchanUon Joe lIunchIMIss Mattie Howvi Fred VonUruengan It FGalnesiAlbert VonOruengan A T Traylor IIIburn Gooch N II Plummer Fred Neumann Itlchard lleiterOw ley Dunn Henry llnter NunnelleyWCJ 1Janl J W Haut hma- nJUHpraitJ E Bruce IUgnay1nUnderwoodHonMrMarrCflvens John M JartrlIartln A loom Jobn Han Travlor M n Klniore- Mr N tl Uoodo u1 Tate David Hteven Joins JUltr 1t0 Durham W G stout GotllbUllclc Fred Hamlort Adeline Craig UhrldlanJaco- bJJThonqaon D M J K Moter Mr and Mri Jai II Findsi A KllxiM Ira N J Ilorton ganMrW U Daugherty Frank rordlerhwy KatberLeo 1r001rrr- yChester S Thl son of Chester Dare will make the pmwut nt barn mile from MoKlnneyou McKlnney iiml Mlddleliurg pike nt 1W to Inure u living colt DKHrUtPTIOI ANn picniaainclle II It black with star In with nU the style add nnl1tt1harRcterlltlc Retlngbonelooking your mnretlf you are poking for a good breeder at living price Mired by Obei byHippyChester Peavine 3184 AM ltlt In offering the cervlco of this young slat lion to the public do not hudtnte to IRfhe lithe Id bred iumi tnlllon that offered for service In thle county this year nI ht breeding will show Hired by Ilex Peavine 1TW be by Ilex McDonald KB lit tlnm MlM Madison flNi she byClicitvrDare 2nd dam by Peavine U morn extended pall gft will furnUlud on ensaddlestallion has the blt blood of hone world In him Hoth god dams by Pea vine to crosses twice to lllack 8qulrreltwltV toHtonewall Jackson once to love Akin 775 With the style nnd llnl u of ester Dare the ilamlna and action of Peavine how can he breed wrong Ills sire Rex Pen vine produced three cbaniplonililp winner la t year In Edna IInle and 3lnyDay Hecandbredtohhnifyouwant the last Will serve a limited number of mare at IIi to Inure n living colt At the lame time and place will tntu three as good mule lacks as can IM found In the country nt the low price of f3 to insure n living colt- 1one1duowlthllU the above advertised tock when colt U fouled or when stare leaven hands of owner nt tlnio of service or bred to other stock All care vent accidents hilt not reiponnlbh should any occur prlcoIt Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate Eiduiijie TITLE CO WaynebUrgJllkenoareroutbulhtings nice orchard TblJlroper- tyls near oburc ant Ichoolboue is well worth the price 1180 NoYibacres 2mile Routh of Crab Or chard on the has n twotory hone good born orchard and us well water ed about lOll acre of Ill land II bottom- land and produce nile crops A bargain at IlOO K cash balance In one and two years N03111 acre on Iluck Greek near Way nesburg room house barn allll other out ImlldtnKi plenty of water Oath price cuoNo IW acres near Level flreon Hock cattle county K This farm haa n new 2 story frame house would cot to build now good Imru crib Ac located near church and school This Is a nice home and can bo bought for 110 per acre 34 cash roo malnderln 12 months No 6 acre adjoining the above farms 100 acra In of room good barn and other outbulldlUK nice or chard One of UHf best springs In the coun ty Price fSfM half cash and years No fai acres adjoining farms No and 5 150 acre In cultivation balance In tim ber Oood white ORt hlokory and lomo lino cedar Has Jttory log hue and good orch ard well watered Cash price 1000 No7Yv0acreu near Maretiburg KylOO acre Hi cultivation good dwelling houie barn and neceiiury outbuilding tine water and school church and H H station Price fiJKO caib balance In one and two year No8tit acres near Conway Ky nearly all of this farm bottom land tine for corn and meadow very good dwelling bouenew barn and other buildings on county rood o miles Iron lleren College Cash price cooNoOdaacres on Drake fronsCrab Orchard This farm adjoins the pike and is a part of the Oeo Evans farmI This is flue land and In good necessary buildings This I a bargain at O per acre No IIn acre near Htnnford Ky InI nice shape with all neoearbuUalnaeto- oan be bought worth the money For tall particular In regard to nil the above farm see or write L n Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky fKENTUCKY BIGGEST snow1 1 SEPT 1415161Z 18 191908 sSIX BIG DAYS DAIXY1ACE3 25000 IN PREMIUMS WEBERS BAND SIDE SHOWS rRPvPIONSHere is the place to display your live stock and farm products to meet your friends and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shine in our new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the quarter of a million to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATES Tar information entry blank or catalorf nddroaa W NEWMAN Secretary X Louisville Ky SEND ijE A 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 Btnnford Kentucky The New Perfection Wick Blue Flanje Oil Cook Stoves Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky Get His Prices BeechNut Brand Sliced BaconT- ry one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your money nckIGEORGE H FARRIS THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY 18 DY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IMCORPOBATID uJ Adorinas Fox Iin handsome large young Jersey null de icended from a lon and unbroken line of the most noted bull and cow on the la lad of Jersey Mn and America HI sire is one of the bet bull ever and hls dam 1s ahow cow that bal given M pounll of rich milk In one day If you lIeve Like begot Like or the Mkrneiiof ome Ancestor and have n strictly good cotr you should avail yourself of hisserV- ice lie will be allowed to serve n limited number of approved registered cow outside of our own herd this year for a fee of 1 each Make engagement before sanding cow to be bred d OTTER Telephone 80 Stanford Ky N ILWe have to offer three extra choice bull calve that will be Old at right price Choice GoodsiFouled January blank with white point 1SJ hands Sired by Wonder Thland out of Uhenault Jennet MT Wonder was ImJlOrtedUelkllapUbolco lie was bred byOharle Olenault of ltola- na Sumner county Tents and Is a great In Iweeptakehas messy more blue tiete hi credit See Unolce hoods before you breed He will serve Jennet at IX nnd Mar at to In sure living colt Will stand two other Jack at III to Inure e living colt also stand the magnificent draft tal llon colt M 8BAtIUIIMANijtanfordKya