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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti 1 T INTERIOl JOURNALVO- L XXXVISTANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 25 1908 MO b0 MIDDL1BURG A fine rain foil Friday Tho telephone business Is booming here We note an exchange fCornis selling at 4 In the shuck while meal U scarce at 1 a bushel Recent fresheta have started the old water mill here much to the joy of all lovers of hoe cake The local physicians report the health of the vicinity as good considering tho extreme warm weather School opened at Mlddloburg Normal College Monday of last week with an enrollment of about 110 Henry McAnlnch had a valuable mare to get seriously injured in a barbed wire fence The mare suffered a similar accident a few weeks ago from which sho was just recovering The Casey County Fair Association will begin their annual three days ex hlbltlon at Liberty Wednesday Tho program Is a good ono and needless to say the attendance will be good the weather permitting Tho various turnpikes and county roads entering Ulddleburg and Immediate vicinity are being worked and treated to needed coats of gravel and atone The roads of Casey are In better condition now than for several yearsGeorge Ellison living on Fishing Creek near Wayncsburg is very low with rheumatism and typhoid fever and Is not expected to recover Ills young daughter Violet is also confined to her bed with tho dreaded typhoid Ills wife two Ions and a daughter have just recovered from a siege of tho 8IQO maladyRev W G Tilford preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and night lIe closed a successful meeting at South Fork Thursday Prayer meeting Is held regularly each week at the- M Eo and Baptist churches on Wednesday and Thursday nights Many from this section attended the camp meeting at Jumbo Mlddleburg and Yosomlto were represented at tho Sun day school convention at Liberty Thurs dayRev W R Hunt pastor of the M E church here received a message say ing that his brother living at Yale Menefee county had been stricken with paralysis and was not expected to live lie took the train at Stanford Wednes day morning for tho bedside of the stricken brother On Wednesday his wifo received a message from Bcrea telling of the fatal illness of a niece She boarded the next train nt Stanford for Berea A petition Is being circulated among the residents of tho Indian Creek section asking tho poitoffico department to establish on oljico to be called Wilks and if established it will be supplied from Mlddleburg Mitchell Perkins a former soldier in the U S army is re commended for postmaster The cre ation of a now postodlca for that sec tion of the county will be to the benefit w of the neighborhood and will bo about four miles northeast of Mlddleburg The outlook for a good corp cross in Caiey is very promising and with one or two more good rains tho late plant ings will make the usual yield While tho more forward upland crops suffered from drouth tho yield In the bottoms will bo a bumper one Tho writer has traveled through the upper tier of coun ties bordering on the Ohio from Louis ville to Cincinnati and through probably a score of counties of tho Southcentral and Northcentral portion of the Staten the lost 15 days and finds the out look for good crops to be hotter in Casey than elsewhere Tho citizens of Middleburg and vicinity will voto on a proposition for the establishment of a graded school to be lo crated here The election will take place some time In September While there are a good number of citizens I who will vote nay yet It is believed that tho proposition will carry The good people of Mlddleburg end Yosem ito aro alsomaklng a hard fight for a high school andthe chances for success aro good Liberty is also a contestant There has been a groat educational awakening among our people of late and it is to be hoped that success will crown their efforts The political situation in Casey as viewed from a democratic standpoint is to say tho least encouraging Tho party for the first time in 16 years is united nd enthusiastic and ready for the fight We have talked with several L leading domocrata of the county and t are glad to say wo have failed to find a single dissenting voice but all are pull- Ing together for tho National ticket and for Patterson of Bell county for Congress It is thought that the can didacy of the latter will strengthen the National ticket in the llth district Patterson says ho will speak in every precinct in district Bryan and Kern will be formed in each pre cinct of the county and regular meetings wilt be held Oratory wilt not be lacking Bryans paper the Commoner the CJ and the are the party organs and are widely read by Casey democrats The old home place consisting of residence und about one acre of land belonging to our lato grandfather Eltsha Gifford will be sold by the com missioner at Liberty F L Jones had previously purchased the little farm of some 40 acres This is our first news letter from Mid dleburg in several years and it may be our last The writer who has been re siding in Louisville for four years has been enjoying his annual vacation by visiting relatives and friends in Cincinnati Mlddleburg and other points This is our first visit to Mlddleburg in over a year Despite tho stringent financial flurry we find this section of the county fairly prosperous The bank here is en joying a healthy and growing business while the merchants report their busi ness as good We note many substantial improvements in Mlddleburg R B Young tho genial cashier of the Farmers Deposit Bank has just completed a very pretty residence on Main street He expects to be house keep lag 7 in a very short time Many of the citizens halo painted and recovered their homes painted fences and erected new outbuildings The streets aro be- Ing improved and altogether Middle burg Is holding her own through the panicDaniel Eason attended tho Baptist Association at Mt Hebron in Garrard E M Keeney is with relatives at Somerset Mrs W a Williams of Louisville visited tho family of Alex Hicks Mrs Anna Lelghncr of Ludlow visited her parents Mr and Mrs J S Adams Mrs Clarence Coleman of Louisville who has been with relatives here loft Saturday for home going via Ludlow and Cincinnati where she wilt spend a few days with relatives Peter Walls of Sherman Texas is with old friends here after an absence of 27 years Mrs Mary Jones and daughter Miss Selma will leave for Missouri in a few dsys for a protracted stay among relatives Oakley Brown has returned to Lout yule Paul Leighner has returned to Ludlow The writer returns to Louisville today after an absence of 18 days spent on vacation Vacation doesnt come often and I have enjoyed very much the one just ended in fact I nl ways look forward with pleasure to a visit in Mlddleburg and CaseyC- UAKENCE CoU JA- NMATRIMONIAL Jim Big Thunder and Mollie Cloud two Indian citizens of Oklahoma wire recently married Look out for squalls Shelby Record- Apathetic sight was seen in the county clerks office in Newport when a young man carried in his arms a legless young woman to tho license counter and applied for a marriage license W M Anderson the popular young postmaster of Nlcholosvillc and Miss Bertha Bfttcnger of Mt Sterling were married at Jeffcrsonville August 9 The wedding was kept secret until Saturday on account of the illness of the brides mother at the Norton Infirmary at Louisville John L Beck of tho McKinney sec tlonland Miss Nancy Elizabeth Laugh were made husband and wife lest week Wo have not the pleasure of the brides acquaintance but we know the groom and know further that ho is ono of Lincoln countys best and cleverest men Success to him and his An Elliott Md special says A li cense was issued today for the mar sago of Rev George S Fitzhugh aged G7 to Lulu V Frazier n 10yearold girl Tho proposed marriage has not yet taken place Mr Fitzhugh suffer attack of heart disease af criticalIIybo an Episcopal clergyman of Virginia- r which State tho little girl is also a native When tho license was secured a necessary letter of consent from the girls mother was exhibited to the clerk Tho explanation of tho peculiar case Is said to be that Rev Fitzhugh desires to make little Miss Frazier his heir and that his object can not bo attained to his satisfaction by tho adop tion of tho child Served as cotlco the now colleo Bubstltuto known to grocers everywhere as Dr Shoops Health Coffee will trick oven a coffee expert Not a grain of real coffee In it either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nuts eta have been so cleverly blended as to give a wonderfully satisfying cof fee taste and flavor And it Is made In a minute too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Pennys Drug oreAndre Willie Vanfeller really study ing medicine and hes getting on famously He told me yesterday I was looking well and by Jove I was There are 200 newspapers in China while 10 years ago there was but one recognized as such NEWS NOTES The Rowana building at Memphis burned causing a 100000 loss John S Marshall was found dead in bed at Frankfort Death was due to dropsyBig droves of black crickets are do- Ing much damage in the vicinity of Winamac Ind Deposits of aluminum in paying quantities are reported to have been found In Hart county Maj G F Downs a retired Louis ville merchant died at Pleasureville while visiting his daughter Mrs Harry Madden of Campton fell from her horse while returning from church and died from tho effects Senator Alex Hargls and Elbert Har gls will take no hand in tho prosecution of Beach If orgia for killing their brother Judge James Hargis Another big batch of indictments was returned Saturday by the grand jury at Springfield III Thirteen Negroes were among those indicted Edison Burr a wealthy farmer living near Mt Clemons Mich burned 4500 in currency and his 3000 farm residence during temporary insanity- A barn belonging to John Dodds of Lyon county was burned Mr Dodds is a member of the Lyon county grand jury which is going after night riders Miss Myra Wilford the 10yearold daughter of R 0 Wilford of Sedalia this State committed suicide by swallowing carbolic acid Tho reason for the act unknown J D McCreary a retired merchant of Louisville aged 65 shot himself through tho head at the boarding house of a Mrs French at Lexington Ill health was the cause The trial of Beech HargU was to begin yesterday at Jackson A Floyd Byrd and Senatorelect W 0 Bradley who will head respectively the prosecution and tho defense arrived in Jackson Saturday A Negro miner who had continued at work after the strike was called In the Birmingham district was shot tram ambush and fatally wounded near Pratt City The Negros home was dynamit ed several days ago George M Brown who as a child seven years old was blown into Natchez Miss from a nearby farm by a tornado In 1810 and who subsequently became a wealthy planter with large interests in Louisiana and Mississippi is James Jenkins aged 70 years commUted suicide at her homo near Big Clifty Hardin county by hanging herself to her front porch Her dead body was found by her husband when he returned from town with tho mat No cause for her act is known The Southern Indiana railroad gen erally believed to be tho best of the roads controlled by John R Walsh has been placed in the hands of a receiver of the Federal court Tho road has blen unable to meet the Interest on its notes and suit was filed by creditors The grand jury of Lyon county has failed to indict any of the men held miler peace bonds that were Implicated in raids by Sanford Halt and Tom Stevens Hall and Stevens cannot be secured to testify before tho grand jury and it is probable that the men Will bo released There seems to be some contention between Commonwealths Attorney Smith and County Attorney Krone oa to the missing witnesses August tolls the nerves Out that spirit less no ambition feel ing can be easily and qulcky altered by taking what Is known by druggists every whuro as Dr Shoops Restora tive Within 48 hours after beginning to uso the Restorative improvement wilt be noticed Of course full health wilt not linroedlatolyreturn The gain however will surely follow And best of all you will realize and feel your strength and ambition as it is returning Outside Influences depress first the inside nerves then the stomach Heart and Kidneys will usually fall Strengthen these fail- Ing nerves with Dr Shoops feature tive and see how quickly health wilt be yours again Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Taft is a drinking man takes a stirn ulent often and is in favor of the army canteen Bryan never drinks stimu lants and is opposed to the army canteen Yet how many republican preachers will vote for Bryan the temper ance man against Taft the whisky man Oh hypocrites ought to be In the penitentiary swindling out of money or In a fee- bleminded institute to build up your intellect Burnside Item Attention Asthma Sufferers I FoJeya Honey and Tar will give immediate relief to asthma sufferers and has cured many cases that had refused to yield to other treatment iFoleyfl Honey and Tar is the best remedy for coughs colds and all throat and lung trouble Contains no harmful drugs New Stanford Drug Co IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Jasper Rlckles aged 67 is dead in RockcastleJ aged 72 died at his home near Union City Madison county Mrs Quintitha Earles is dead in the Poplar Hill section of Casey Sho was 89 years old Dr J H Moore a prominent phy sician of New Haven is dead after a long IJllnetlsIJ Ti Conn has bought out his partner John Porcb in the grocery bud ness at Somerset Col Thomas R Phelps postmaster at Harrodsburg under Cleveland is dead at Seattle Wash George Strauss of Boyle county was pardoned by Gov Willson for tho offense of petit larceny Luther Parker an aged Cincinnati merchant fell down the elevator shaft at Berea College and died from the ef facts H C Mock formerly of Boyle died at the home of his niece at Wichita Kansas The remains were Interred at DanvllleIGeorgo Dunlap Potts son of Mrs Eugenia Dunlap Potts of Lexington is doad at Frederich Maryland Mr Potts was raised at Lancaster Berea College has secured Prof James R Robertson Ph D formerly a professor in Pacific University one time teacher in the University of CaliforniaJames A McBrayer a prominent farmer of Anderson county died in a Louisville hospital He was a brother inlaw of Gen P Wat Hardin the well known lawyer Carrying his little twoyearold child in his arms Frank Davis 60 years old of Walnut Hill Va shot to death George Britton at Shawanee Tenn Britton shot Davis twice before tho latter drew his gun Davis then fired at Britton and at the same time Britton fired his third shot Britton fell without a groan shot through tho heart while Davis received his death wound in his abdomen Pain anywhere stopped in 20 minutes sure with one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets The formula is ho 25 cent box Ask your Doctor or Druggist about this formula Stops womanly pains headache pains say where Write Dr Shoop Ituoine VIs for free trial to prove value of his Headache or Pink Pain Tablets Sold by Pennys Drugstore Editor Hans ford of the Somerset Republican gives this good bit of advice Dont allow yourself to get under obligations to any scallawag politicians Jeep yourself aloof from them and in thL end you will be more re peeled and will fare better generally She Likes Good Things Mrs Chas E Smith of West Frank lin Maine says I like good things and have adopted Dr Kings New Lifo Pills as our family laxative medicine because they arc good and do their work without making a fuss about ItIThese painless purifiers sold at Pen nys Drug Store 25 A residence of at least five years is required to qualify an alien for naturalization No matter how long a man may have been in tho United States two years must elapse between the date of his declaration of intention and his ad mittance to full citizenship For Sore Feet- I have found Bucklens Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to uso for sore feet as woll as for healing burns sores cuts and all manner of abrasions writes Mr W Stone of East Poland Maine It is the proper thing too for piles Try ill Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store U5c There is never a part of the year when Pikes Peak Is entirely free from snow In tho hottest weather of July and August snow is to be found even at a considerable distance from the top of the mountain Belgium has a Sunday postage stamp issued for those who do not wish to have their snail delivered on Sunday All mail bearing the Sunday stamp is held over by the carriers for delivery Monday Walking day and night without a single stop a dummy soldier is taking 100000 steps every 24 hours in an en duranceteat to determine the life of several new cartridge belts Europe is growing steadily colder according to a bevy of French scien tists who have been comparing records for a number of yeara back Teacher What little boy can tell mo where is the home of the swallow bbyLkin The home of the awaU vie the stonvaes Kansas City is to expend 500000 on a zoological gardenj A tract of 60 acres will be used for the purpose Of a8 euBtie allbutsevl en are on navigable waters CLEARANCE SALE I z In order to make room for the large stockof FALL and WINTER Goods that is to come in soon we will sell all Summer Clothes at Cost Mens Youths and Boys Suits Mens Ladies and Childrens Oxfords at cost Mens 50c Underwear at 39c Mens 25c Underwear at 19c Now is your time to buy while the prices are low Remember our loss 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 Haying outgrown our present quarters on North Broadway we lam 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 oiler the largest as eortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Centrnl Kentucky f 80 Monuments J 28 Headstones 85 Markers at most attractive prices Persons who may wish to purchase later in the year could order now and leave their work reserved for future delivery Wm Adams gL Soil 142 North Brooduoy Lexington Ky Casey county Fair INCORPORATED AT LIBERTY KY AUG26 27Jand 28 19081 t OFFICERS C H BARTLE President D R BROWN Vice President JASON WESLEY Sec Treas MUSIC BY STORMS MILITARY BAND Liberal Premiums in all Rings Write for Catalogue Residence for SIe- I I desire to sell my residence on Portman Avenue This is a new mod ern up to date house 4 rooms and bath room below 2 rooms and hall above hot and cold water in bath room and kitchen Hot water heat all over the house This is the best and most economical heat that is known today for a residence Good Stable and Garden Price 2000 S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky- Tinning and Plumbing If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from theBest and Purest Drugs Call on me 1Jtt fItJerislllGfJl1J f The Interior Journal L Q WALTON W L MCARTY Ii a candidate for Bherltt of Lincoln coup ty iubject to the action ot the Uemocroll party M S BAUGHMAN countjJOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democratic party I M BRUCE Ii n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county labject to the action ot the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER I a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Jailer of Lincoln county lubject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty inbject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY t Jin candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty mbjeot to thenctlon of the idemocratlo party DEMOCRATIC TICKETr t For President William Jconlogi Bryan ot Nebraikd For Vice Preildent John Worth Kern of Indiana For Congress I HARVEY HELM ot Lincoln county For County Judge l John Sam Owiley Jr For Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE PRELIMINARY to a 30 days speak ing tour in which he proposes to force the fighting in the middle Western States William J Bryan conferred Saturday with National Chairman Mack and other members of the National Committee on the general plan of ac tion or the presidential struggle has been outlined by the heads of th various bureaus of the National Corn mi tee It was announced that Mr Bryan would make several speeches in New York State and several in Ohio He left Chicago yesterday for Indian apolis to attend the Kern notification meeting today s SENATOR FORAKER tells a New York interviewer that he doesnt know any thing about political prospects or con ditlons except what he reads in the newspapers and that he doesnt fee that be is charged with finy respon r sibility for results He also says if he makes any speeches this campaign it will be along lines of his own dic tation and not of the campaign com mittee which is therefore afraid ask him to mount the raging stUmp INDEPENDENTLY and firmly volunta rily and conscientiously and with a keen appreciation of its own responsi bility to the public the World con fronted on one side by Rooseveltism and Roosevelts proxy and on the oth er by democracy and Mr Bryan has no hesitation in saying that within the t limits of true democracy the democratic ticket Is entitled to the full dem editoriallCONGRESSMAN LANNING who has districtLelected A mildmannered correspondent says he had the misfortune to be indicted for embezzlement and will have to stand trial He was concerned in a bank failure in consequence oft which he was indicted for embezzlement and larceny t MR TAFT says that one of his first acts after he is elected presidentwill be to call an extraordinary session of congress to revise the tariff If that isR the only show we have for a revision of the tariff there will be no change But why bother about it 7 Mr Bryan will have the tariff revised all right THE 30cent Bryan Glob was or ganized in Louisville and the promoters largre Democratic National Campaign Committee They propose to have the largest political club ever organized in Kentucky NOMINEE isto make a few speeches in Kentucky Seems to us he had better put in his time in the doubt ful States Kentucky is going democratic 25000 this year and nothing ca prevent it Mark what we say W A BEATTY of Lexington has bought a halfinterest In the Sun Senti- I Ppetinasterinto a daily Sept 1 i eDtet JUDGE R G WILLIAMS who made Rockcastle one of the beet judges that eounty ever had Is a candidate for Commonwealth Attorney ef the Kenten judicial district We hope the splendid gentleman will winIt THE situation for Taft Kentucky is hopeful but doubtful to says the Lou isville Post Yes devilish doubtful This is democratic year sure and cer taroand Taft will do welt to run second OLLIE JAMES is in inLouisville Not the bigbodied big brained con gressman from the First district but e Negro woman by that name CLOVERPORT went dry Saturday by a majority of 80 The CourierJourna will not discuss the fact editorially we predict POLITICAL Hardin county democrats will nomi nate county officers by primary Nov 14 Friends of Hon Claude M Thomas of Paris are urging him to run for State Senator Mr Bryans speech at the Kern noti fication may be his only one in Indiana during this campaign Hereafter all pensioners will be al lowed the free use of the mails to return their pension Vouchers Joseph L Rhlnock was renominated for Congress over five opponents by the Democrats of the Sixth district A light vote was polled in the primary Speaker Joseph G Cannon will make a speaking tour of the country begin ning in September He will talk if possible in all the doubtful Congees sional districts John B Thompson D L Moore W C Bell C A Hardin J W Daven port and Rodney Keenan all of Har rodsburg sent Chairman Mack 1000 to te used in the democratic campaign The Republican committee of the Twentyseventh judicial district met at London Saturday and called a primary for December 5 to nominate candidates for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths AttorneyThe York World which has been opposed to Mr Bryan for years and which has been rather emphatic at times in its expression of differences of opinion with the Democratic candidate will support him in this cam paignThe legislative committee which has been investigating the conduct of the prisons of Georgia has finished the hearings and will prepare a report for the special session of the Legislature whoereported that the accounts were care lessly kept and much laxineaa was noticeable William J Bryan delivered an address on the tariff question to a vast crowd- in the base ball bark at Des Moines Ia Friday night afrcrward speaking to an overflow meeting in the auditor um Mr Bryan received an ovation at both places After the speaking he left for Chicago where he will remain- several days for a conference with the campaign managers Secretary of War Wright announce that his recommendation for the punish ment of the eight West Point cadets suspended from the Military A demy byoPresident Roosevelt The order will dismiss from the academy two first class men and place under suspension without pay and allowances for one year the six members of the third class HIGHLAND Tom Ends and FeG Baugh are paint ing the interior of the net church Phil Kennedy and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a girl at their home L S Warfield and wife have a new boyMrs Dorothy McGuffey has been se riously ill with yellow jaundice but is some better Will Long who has been sick for a month is better Dont forget the dedicatory services at the new Methodist church Sunday next An all day service will be con ducted by Rev J P Howes of Lex ington and the pastor Rev P H Ebright We cordially invite every body and kindly ask all our friends in sister churches nearby to aid us all they can in bringing well filled baskets to help feed the large crowd All persona coming to stay over night on Sdturday preceding please notify Mrs C M Young Waynesburg A L Napier and family are visiting relatives near Cartersville Miss Zora Baugh who has been attending school at College Hill is expected home this week Misses Emma and Martha Mel er have returned from a visit to their sister Mrs Gover at Turnersviile Charley Carrier and family of Pulaski are visiting relatives here Rev J Lloyd Deceit representing Union Col lege Barbourville and Mfss Mary Wil son of Danville with a number of other young people attended the Jumbo camp meeting Ed Terry and wife have moved balk hndnwife who have returned fron a trip to Kansas and other points spent several days with Wm Vanhook and family While here he preached a number of interesting sermons at the Christian church MrsC M Young who is traveling for the Millikin BOOK Co off Marietta 0 has gone to Lebanod Campbelhville and other potato In that section Mr Fired Gover of Turners vllle WM with the bemefolks last Sun day Miss Jessie Coleman of Somerset who has ben with her sister Mrs hire Vanhook has returned home much to the regret of a certain young man here AdylceMrs GIf ford Ave San Jose Cal saysliThe worth of Electrlo Bitter as a general family remedy for headache bilious ness and torpor of thollver and bowels Is so pronounced that I am prompted to say a word in Its favor for the benefit ofthose seeking relief from such antic Lions There is more health for the dl gestive organs In a bottle of Electric Bitters than In any other remedy I know of I Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 50c George W Fitzgerald formerly as sorting teller of the United States sub treasury at Chicago was arrested at Chicago on the charge of stealing 1173 000 which mysteriously disappeared from his cage Feb 20 1907 Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more New Stanford Drug C- oFOR SALE Rhode Island Red Pullet end Cockerels Eggs from selected pent II per IS Wild Mallard Duck Eggs or young Ducks Call nnd tee them Man J EnMlsror Phone 7 Crab Orchard Ky CUT FLOWERS always handOf all kinds Prices reasonable Special attention to funeral or wedding orders CIiniBMAN GREENHOUSE Ed Hubbard Prop Htanford Ky INSURANCE Witt Lightning WlndHtcrm Life and incident None the 8THONOKHT and 3BBT Companies Kepresented Lowest Poe able Rate Guaranteed Lou Paying Bee irt Unequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No Stick of NUrchtwdlst for Sail In MlllKlgivllli I At assignee of Recvnta Compton for the benefit ol her creditor I will otter at pri vate tale her itock of merchandise consist lug of such articles ai are usually found In a general store EDWARD ALOOPN Alilgnee Huttonvllle Ky Bridge Letting I The undersigned committed of the tin coin County Court will receive sealed blue untlUXM Rcpt ims for nbutments illli and flooring for a bridge over Oreek near the residence of llunley Gooch The abutment and wing walls to be of concrete cement to bo the belt Portland ce ment Grouting to be made oflttrnvel In the proportion of rtof Portland cement and arts gravel Plenty gravel very close to place The abutments to be S feet ut bottom tapering to feet at trip and Illt and II fttt In clear from bunk to banket abutments wing walli to be upstream none down stream to set at an angle of 4Sdegrees to the abutment to II Inches thick nt abutment and to to inches at approach and to be tame height of abutment The abutments supposed to be 8 feet In height from solid rock foundation If necessary to be higher will pay In proportion per cubic feet or yard An Iron rod to be placed at each corner of abut- mentS feet and to project Inches above with threads anti Mill and bridge Hill to be of white oak M feet long If hewn to be 4 In number 12 Inches wide and 0 Inches thick If sawed Sin number mncbes wide and Inchei thick Flooring to be of white oak It feet long and Inches thick and to be oarrlltered with black oak poles set In forks of mulberry or black locust posts Ride will be received on concrete separate from flooring illli and barristers or as a committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids lllds to be filed with O D Cooper Htnnford Ky G n Cooper J 8 Owiley W B Durch Committee PUBLIC SALE Raving recently sold my line Blue Gross farm and In view of prospective Induce menu elsewhere I will on- THUUHUAYSEPT JlTII sell all of property In this county which Is FINE described below A MILL- of 00 barrel capacity which I have recently refitted with the latest Improved machinery from basement to garret Hald mill Is full- of the best wheat that I have been able to buy since I have been In the milling butpees Mill Is run by steam and has an modiousdwelllngwlthullthelotsattachednecessary of mill The house contain 7 rooms con veniently arranged with buck porch con crete and concrete cellar A No I good cis tern In lack porch and well In the kitchen and all necessary outbuilding Property Is situated atJIcKlnneyon the Q 4 c railroad a main thoroughfare from the North to HouthlU miles Houthof Danville and miles North of Somerset and one of the best markets In the world for feed of all kinds with II siding from road running to mil door This Is your opportunity to secure a personallyweight 1llgori5tpw or IIIlIk cows and calves M good yearling some nice young fillies year olds sired by such horse PI Lent Chester Chief and Oun iruno one goodigenlle family mare Tyears old anfco mores In foal to Jacks 3 or pair of work mules und mule colts 80 or 75 hogs sows and pigs nod some cheep All of my funning Implements corn oseu of n ilcCornilck Hinder Mowing Machine Hay Hake 2 new Wheot Drill second nay baler 23 acres of corn toLtpO bales of nice timothy hay 8 good straw ricks hula will be at the faro 2 miles from IcKlnney on the look propike Parties deilrlng nt illperty can get oIT train at McKInnoy and or one of my sons will In bow- Ing them through the plant and hake cllreof fou wlillo here Parties denlrlng to attend sale will notify us one or two days before their and will be fur lastjbutnotleastBargains Possession given Jan I 190- KJHUUIlPHYMeKlnney Ky Onpt T D Engllh Auctioneer The Truth Every person in this city who fiiufr fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durggists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE DetInbuyingMcKlNNKY COAL A FEED CO K UdoochMgr RE HORTON Livery and Feed Stable tfngsvllle Ky ChrismHtable near church Special attention to traveling men Everything new and tintPlata McKINNEY MARILE ft GRANITE WORKS Jacobs A Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturer of Granite and Marble Monument FIritClaii Work at Iteaionatile Prices Ofllce and Works McKlney Hy Hhop doted on Saturday A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I I will sell privately tarn of 1W acres two miles from Stanford on lhinvlll pike to the highest and best bidder Sealed bids will be received until Sept Iii Forty acres oUha farm lie upon the West side of said pike ami the bo a good brick residence and other bulling on the East- side will consider bids for the whole tract or In ieparateparceli to lull the purchaser who can have possenlon In time 0 that pore rurpothoStanford Ky Itching SkinDiseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf ItchingSkin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE When Ordering ClothesH- ave your measure taken by n tailor of experience Then your clothes wbelhera low price cult or tbo flnett evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicant they were made to your measure I will also take your meas urn for extra trousers fancy vests topcoat and overcoats YoU and Winter mm plea on hand ready for your Inspection ILU IlUPLKYTheTallor Stanford Ky CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting Such a Work Puvementi and In fact we ran make any thing from a house down to n fence last We can serve you promptly and guarantee HrttelaM prlttforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Weak Women To weak and women there U at lead on way to help Dot with that war two treatment mud be combined One ii local connltu UooaL but both are Important both essential Dr Bhoopi Nlcht Cure Ii the Local- Dr fihoopi tUitonUre the ConnltatiooaL 4be former Drhoopi Night Cure U a topic mucous nembrtn tuppotltory remedy white Dr Eboopl toratlra ls wholly an Internal treat menj The ttestoraUrs throughout the lathe system seeking the repair of all name all blue and aU blood aliment Th Wre u iii impllr doe till work while you sleep It soothes sore and latura anddischargesexcitement sires renewed and builds np waited bringing about renewed ShoopsRettoradyrTsbled to the qua forpotlUr local b lpUM as will Dr Shoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE The State University Lexington Ky 00 The State University Lexington ferthefollowing coursesnamely Alrlcul ural Mecbnnlcnl Engineering Civil Kn MiningEngineeringcourses each of which extends over four years anti leads ton Hnchelors degree oho I Department of Law and n Department of Education which last has been eitablUhcd instead of the Normal Hchool Persons who enter thus department prepare for advanced work In and are granted a hind whencolllpletedTheretained County recleve free tuition of residence inthedornitorlecIU- elandlghttraveling expenses If they re main ten consecutive months oronucollegl yearThe and museum are large well equIptedcomprehensive and modern llttarr Science is fully provldixl for us reo julred by Congress The graduates In the several courses of study readily find employment with liberal emunerutlon The total mimberof mntrlo ilatui for lint year wise Each depart IIent balll IJltCllllht lit Its head with the necessary number of assistants Young woman Und an excellent home with board and lodging In Patterson Ball which Is well e ed with all the modern conveniences iMitbroomlmll for physical culture at tuna per week All courses of itudy In the University are open to women npplylgtoThe completion of the Agricultural lIn- Ing Engineering Laboratory and Education buildings ample and commodious lunrtors for these department which are rapidly Increasing In the number of mntrlc ilntei For catalogues methods of obtaining appointments Information r courses itudy and term of admlislonnp to JAMES K IATTERRON Ph D President orto D O YltAZI llullneu Fail Term Begins Hept 10 109 1 Season J Ends 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 Remnantsw- e 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 Shoee at 275Two PieceI Suits 2O Suits for 1350 1750 Suits for 12 15 Suits for 10 and IO Suits for 7 These are clean fresh new goods and indeed a bargain H J McROBRTStI STANFORD KENTUCKY tIe Lincoln County national Bank or Stanford Kcniuckir Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owelo Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F ClUlb TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Prencliersvillc Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek PiTsf cdlOfaltAyane J Stanford fly Cryanxttt 1882 Capital Stock ISo 000 Surplut and VnJMdtd Profit f9OOO- Jffas paid in Dividends sineo Organization 2ft 500 Snuito Jfow jfeeounta on Our 7Jfort OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T lIarris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cuhr WWSaunderi Bookkeeper j DIRECTORLIaF Reid J H DaugfaiaaD M D Elmore J M Pettut S H Baugbman J F Cumming- S T Harris James Robinson + T P Hill J S Mocker C E Tate Summer Vacation Trips VIA QUEENITILU Lakes Seaside and Mountain ResoSs ItiDcstinadcnse 1 F The Interior Journal K Co WALTON WLMCARTY- Ii ft candidate for HherlR of Lincoln county subject to the action ot the democratic party I M S BAUGHMAN for Hhcrlff of Lincoln count 4iaubject to the action of the democratl- party JOHN J MOSER If a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln object to the action of the Democratic party I M BRUCE t countyrJAMES C HAYS It a candidate for Jailer of Ltncoln county abject to the action of the Democratic p DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party 0 C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon ty subject to the action of the Democratic party 1JW FOLEY Is a candidate for Auauorof Lincoln coun ty iubjeot to the nctlou of the idemocratlo party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska1 For Vice President John Worth Kern of Indiana For Congress HARVEY HELM i oof Lincoln county For Oounty Judge John Sam Owsley Jr For Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE PRELIMINARY to a 30 days speak ing tour in which he proposes to force the fighting in the middle Western States William L Bryan conferred Saturday with National Chairman Mack and other members of the National Committee on the general plan of ac tion or the presidential struggle tha has been outlined by the heads of th various bureaus of the National Com mittee It was announced that Mr Bryan would make several speeches in New York State and several in Ohio He left Chicago yesterday for Indian apolis to attend the Kern notification meeting today SENATOR FOBAKER tells a New York interviewer that he doesnt know anything about political prospects or con jlitions except what he reads in the newspapers and that he doesnt feel that ho is charged with Any respon for results He also says if 4hemakes any speeches this campaign will be along lides of his own dictation and not of the campaign com- mitteet which is therefore afraid to ask him to mount the raging stamp 1INDEPENDENTLY and firmly voluntarily and conscientiously and with a keen appreciation of its own responsi 1 bility to the public the World con fronted on one side by Rooseveltism and Roosevelts proxy and on the oth er by democracy and Mr Bryan has no hesitation in saying that within the limits of true democracy the demo cratic ticket is entitled to the full dem ocratic vote Thus reads an editorial in the great New York World CONGRESSMAN LANNING who has been renominated in his Ohio district may not be able to serve his time if elected A mildmannered correspondent says he had the misfortune to be indicted for embezzlement and will concernedIwas for embezzlement and larceny I MR TAFT says that one of his first acts after he is elected president will be conjthe only show we have for a revision oft the tariff there will be no change But why bother about it 7 Mr Bryan will have the tariff revised all right TUG 30cent Club was or ganized in Louisville and the promoters largepDemocratic National Campaign Com mittee They propose to have the largest political club over organized in Kentucky NOMINEE ismake a few speeches in Kentucky Seems to us he had better put in his time in the doubt ful States Kentucky is going demo- craticr 25000 this year and nothing can 1prevent it Mark what we say W A BEATTY of Lexington has bought a halfinterest in the Sun Senti Ppstinuterinto a daily Sept 1 i JUDGE It G WILLIAMS who made Roekcaitle one of the best judges that county ever had fa a candidate for Commonwealth Attorney of the Rentes judicial district We hope the splendid gentleman will win j THE situation for Taft in Kentucky is hopeful but doubtful says the Lou isville Post Yes devilish doubtful cercOLLIE JAMES jail in Louisville Not the big bodied big braiied con gressman from the First district but a Negro woman by that name CLOVERPORT went dry Saturday by a majority of 80 Tho CourierJournal will not discuss the fact editorially we predict POLITICAL Hardin county democrats will nomi nate county officers by primary Nov 14 Friends of Hon Claude M Thomas of Paris are urging him to run for State Senator Mr Bryans speech at the Kern noti fication may be his only one in Indiana during this campaign Hereafter all pensioners will be al lowed the free use of the mails to return their pension Voucher Joseph L Rhinock was renominated for Congress over five opponents by the Democrats of the Sixth district A light vote was polled in the primary Speaker Joseph G Cannon will make a speaking tour of the country begin ning in September He will talk if possible in all the doubtful Congres sional districts John B Thompson ft L Moore W C Bell C A Hardin J W Daven port and Rodney Keenon all of Har rodsburg sent Chairman Mack 1000 to be used in the democratic campaign The Republican committee of the Twentyseventh judicial district met at London Saturday and called a primary for December 5 to nominate candidates for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths AttorneyThe York World which has been opposed to Mr Bryan for years and which has been rather emphatic at times in its expression of differences of opinion with the Democratic candi date will support him in this cam paignThe legislative committee which has been investigating the conduct of the prisons of Georgia has finished the hearings and will prepare a report for the special session of the Legislature whoereported that the accounts were carelessly kept and much laxiness was no ticeableWilliam J Bryan delivered an address on the tariff question to a vast crowd in the base ball park at Des MoInes la Friday night arerward speaking- to an overflow meeting in the auditori um Mr Bryan received an ovation a both places After the speaking he left for Chicago where he will remain several days for a conference with th campaign managers Secretary of War Wright announces that his recommendation for the punish ment of the eight West Point cadets suspended from the Military Academy for hazing had been approved b President Roosevelt The order will dismiss from the academy two first class men and place under suspensio- without pay and allowances for one year the six members of the third class HIGHLAND Toni Ends and e G Baugh are paint ing the interior of the new church Phil Kennedy and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a girl at their home L S Warfield and wife have a new boyMrs Dorothy McGuffey has been se riously ill with yellow jaundice but is some better Will Long who has been sick for a month is better Dont forget the dedicatory services at the new Methodist church Sunday next An all day service will be conducted by Rev J P Howes of Lex ington and the pastor Rev P H Ebright We cordially invite every body and kindly ask all our friends in sister churches nearby to aid us all they can in bringing well filled baskets to help feed the large crowd All persons coming to stay over night on Saturday preceding please notify Mrs C M Young Waynesburg- A L Napier and family are visiting relatives near Cartersvllle Miss Zora Baugh who has been attending school at College Hill is expected home this week Misses Emma and Martha Mei er have returned from a visit to their sister Mrs Gover at Turnersviile Charley Carrier and family of Pu laski are visiting relatives here Rev J Lloyd D jcell representing Union College Barbourvllle and Miss Mary Wil son of Danvillo with a number of oth er young people attended the Jumbo camp meeting Ed Terry and wife have moved balk to Neala Creek Eld John Ware and wife who have returned froai a trip to Kansas and other points spent several days with Wm Vanhook and family While here he preached a number of interesting sermons at the Christian church t Mrs C M Young who is traveling for the Millikin Co ot Marietta 0 haslOfIe to Lebanon1 Campbelkville and other potato in that section Mr Freda Cover of Turners ville was with the homefolks last Sun day Miss Jessie Coleman of Somer set who has been with her sister Mrs Ollie Vanhook has returned home much to the regret of a certain young man here AdyloeMrs GIN ford Ave Ban Jose Cal says The worth of Electric Bitters as n general family remedy for headache bilious ness and torpor of tho liver and bowels is so pronounced that I am prompted to say a word In Its favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such arnie lions There is more health for the dl gestive organs in a bottle of Electric Bitters than In any other remedy I know of II Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60c George W Fitzgerald formerly as sorting teller of the United States sub treasury at Chicago was arrested at Chicago on thq charge of stealing 173 000 which mysteriously disappeared from his cage Feb 20 1907 Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more New Stanford Drug C- oFOR SALE I Rhode Island Red Pullets and Cockerels Eggs from selected pen II per li Wild Mallard Duck Eggs or young Ducks Call DxlsrosjPhone CUT FLOWERS Of nil kinds always on hand Irlces reasonable Special attention to funeral or wedding orders CHllIBMAN ailEENHOUBE Ed Hubbard Prop Stanford K- yINSURANCE lire Lightning WindStorm Life and ieoldent the HTUONOKMT and lJI8TOOmpanJl1 Represented Lowest Pot able Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying Bee rd Unequalled Talk with UAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 Stock of Merchandise for Sale In Mllltdgtvlllc I At assignee of Becentn Compton for the benefit ol her creditors I will over at private tale her stock of merchandise consist log of such articles ns are usually found in a general store KDVAUD ALCOHN Alilgnee Hustonvllle Ky Bridge Letting I The undersigned committee of the Lin coin County Court will receive sealed pbutmcnptGreek near the residence of Hunley Oooch The abutments nnd wing walls to bo of con crete cement to be the best Portland ce Intand parts gravel Plenty gravel very close to place The abutments to be 3 feet at bottom tapering to t feet nt tdp and feetlongand1t in clear from bank to wing wells to be up stream none down stream to set at an angle of 45 degreet to the abutment to be is Inchel thick lit abuUnent nnd to tolY heightybe 8 trot In height from solid rock founds liOn If necessary to be higher will pay In cubic feet or yard An Iron abutnInches above with threads and null to hold tills and bridge Hills to be of white oak 80 feet long If hewn to be 4 in number 12inches wide and 4 Inches thick If sawed 8 In number 12 Inches wide and Inches thick Flooring to be of wbjteoak H feet long and 2 Inches thick an to borrlstered with black oak poles set In forks of mulberry or black locust Aids will be received on concrete separate from flooring sills and barristers or at a committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids Bid to be tiled with O II Cooper Htanford Ky G B Cooper J Owsley W Burch Committee PUBLIC SALE haying recently ld my fine Blue CIrnss farm and In view of prospective Induce menu elsewhere I will on- THUHHUAYBKPT J4TH sell nil of my property In this county which It more definitely described below A FINE FLOUIUNG MILL of barrel capacity which I have recently latestimprovodmachinerfrom of the best wheat that I have been able to buy since I have been In the milling busl ness Mill It run by iteam and has an abundant supply of water Also a com mod Iou all the loti attached necessary Dwelling iswlthlnr5ori0Uyards of mill The house contain r room con venlently arranged with buck porch con- Crete and concrete cellar A No good eastern In back porch and well In the kitchen and all neeea7outbuilding Property Is situated Q A C rail road a main thoroughfare from tho North to Mouth 10 miles Routhof Danvlllu and miles North of Somerset and one of the best klndiwllhdoor This Is your opportunity to secure a good Roller a My person alt consists of 40 good 2orenr old cattle weight 1100 or 1200 pounds o or a milk cows unit calves 83 good yenrltiiKi soma nice young fllllen 2yearolds by such horses Ited Leaf Chester Chief and lain bruno one good gentle fatnllynmrefyears old a nlco lot largo mare In foal to Jacks 3 or pair of work unties nnd mule colti 00 or 75 hogs sows and pigs and some sheep ill of my farming Implements com MowingMachinesecond hand hay ballr15 aces of corn 101000 boles of nice timothy hay good straw ricks Hnlu will be at the farm Ymiles from McKlnney on the Htnnford S Huttonvllle pike Partlei desiring to look nt mill pro perty can get oil train nt McKinley and I or one of my son will take pleasure In thaw ing thorn through tho plant and take care of you while here Parties desiring to attend sole will notify us one or two before their and conveyance will be fur Burgooandlast4butnotleastBnr alllPosseslonKyOapt a The Truth Every person In this city who feiufr fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE DlltInbuyIngMOKINNKY Coat A FEED CO E UUoochMgr KE HORTON Livery and Feed Stable tflngsvllle Ky S Btablo near Christian church Special attention to traveling men Everything now and drst MoKINNEY MANTLE ft GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Nc Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Oranlte and Marble Monuments KlrstClass Work at Reasonable Prices Ofllce and Works McKlnney Ky Shop doted on Saturday A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I I will sell privately my farm of IW acres two miles from Stanford on Danvlllu pike to the highest and best bidder Healed bids will be received until Sept 15 WH Forty acres otthls farm lie upon the West side of salt pike and the balance wlti a good brick residence and other hullulngs un the East- side Will consider bids for the whole tract or In fteparateparrels to suit the purchaser who can have posseslon In time 0 pore rurpoletheBtanford Ky Itching SkinDiseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid lor external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form if ItchingSkin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken byntallnrof ex perience Then your clothes wbetbera low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to measure will take your meat lure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Pall and Winter sam plea on hand ready for your Inspection HO nUPLKY The Tailor Stanford K- yCONCRETING We are In pcnitlontodoallkinds of eon creting and In fact we ran make any thinK front a house down to n fence Post We can terre you promptly and guarantee firstclam pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Weak Women To weak and ailing women there b at last one way to help Din that war two treatments mutt be combined One It local ons Is constitu tional buS both are Important both Micnllsl Dr flhoops Nlfht CUre is the LocaL Dr hoops ReitontiTe the Cbnttltotlocul The former Dr whoops Night Core It a topical saucous membrane suppository runodr white Sl1oorIltOratSTII U wholly an Internal treat men The HMtoratlra reachei throughout the BernallThe N bteurltapame Implies does itt work while you sore and Inflam ed mucous surface heals local weaknesses and discharges while the Ecttontire ease nervous excitement gives renewed and builds up wasted Uuues brlnjjuii about renews ShoopsRetorsdveto the syMa For poutiTt local help 1M as will Dr Shoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE The State University Lexington Ky The State University Lexington fersthefollowing courses namely Axrieut total Mechanical Engineering iivll En MiningEngineeringcourses each of which extend over tour years and leads tou Buchulors degree alto n Department of Law and a Department of Education which last has been established instead of the Normal School Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced work In petlllgoKY and lire granted a Bach completedTheretained County appointees reclcve free tuition privilege of residence In time dormitories fu el nnd traveling expenses If reo maln ten conlecutivemonlhlOrOnlJ coUegi ato year The laboratories and museum are large well modern Military Ncteucebfullyprovided for ai re quired The graduates In the several courses of study readily find employment with liberal remuneration The total ntimb rof matric ulates for lust year Will K78 Filch ilepnrt ment has n specialist at Its head with tho necessary number of assistants Young women find an excellent louse with tmurd anti lodging In Patterson Hall which Is well cd with all tho modem conveniences bathroom hall for physical culture at glee per week All courses of study In the University are open to women applyingtoTho completion of the Agricultural Min Engineering Laboratory and Education building afford ample and commodious quarters for these departments which are rapidly Increasing In the number of matric Hiatus For catalogues method of obtaining Appointments Information regarding courses and terns of up to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph DLL D President or to D C FllAZKK Business Agent Term Begins Sept 10 1006 1 4 1e Season q Ends1 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 Remnantsw- e 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 SuitsJ 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 bargain H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln bounty national Bank Of Stanford KentucKy Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000- S p H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanlonl S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Prcaclieraville Li burn Gooch Gilberts Creek Pirst Tfational lJank Stanford Jty r Oryanfx tt 882 Capital Jlooh fSO000w3urilut and Wndieid d profit S9OOO- Jfas paid In Dividends sinco Oryanlxeilon S2f 500 t Jnvite Tfotv jfccounts on Our Teri a OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McKoberts Cashier II O Baughman Atst Cashr VWSaundersI3ookkeeper 10DlftECTORLF Reid J H Baughraan M D Elmore J M Peltui S H Baughman J F Cumming- S T Harris James Robinson fT P Hill J S bookereC E Tate Summer Vacation Trips VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE i TO Tim Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale If you Intend taking trip out blank and mall tot nrormillon H C KINO C P A 101 Lost Main St Lexington Ky Name j Address Destination f t u v T JThe Interior Journal STANFORD KT Aua 25 190v ELKAYS straw hat cleaner make your old straw hat look like new In three minutes Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS JOSEPY IIorrFit Is quite sick MRS L B CooK is with Montlccll relativesREV J SIPPLB spent Sunday at- Mt Vernon MISS ROBERTA OBANNON Visile Brodheadrelatlvel MR WELCII WILD of Nlcholasville Is with Mr Ed Ballard MRS J S OWSLEY and James an with Lexington relatives Miss JULIA REED of Lancaster Is with Mrs Jesse D Wearen ATTORNEY C C BAGUY of Danvllle if was here on business Friday t Miss MARGARET LEWIS of Crab Or chard is at Olympian Springs I MR A M PENCE is up from Koski oako Miss with the homefolki MR W W WITIIERS bf Lexington spent Sunday with his mother here MASTER RAYMOND MCBEB who has typhoid fever is rapidly Improving MR AND MRS R S SCUDDEK at tended the Richmond fair last week MR JOHN BRIGHT JR and family of Somerset are with relatives hero MISSES ZADA AND JULIA ZANONE ot Lancaster are visiting relatives here MRS J II GATHER of Buffalo N Y Is the guest of Mrs C R Coleman MRS R C MEADE of Castlowood Va Is with hcrsliter Mrs E G DIck leyMR TYLER WATTS of Louisville visited Misses Mattie and Bettle Pax ton REPRESENTATIVE It S RECTOR of r Casey seriously with typhoid fe verMR C S NIELD of Wilton passe t through Friday en route to Now t CityMESSRS M B AND J C EUBANK attended the Lawrenceburgfalr last weekMRS GEORGE HARDIN of Bellevue is visiting Mrs Nealy Stono for a few weeks MR A M WARREN Is up from Mo bile to the delight of his mother and j sistersMiss ELIZABETH LEE of Shepherds vlllc is with Misses Minnie and Stella l Ruplcy JAMES DILUON of London was hero t yesterday advertising the Laurel Coun ty Fairi MR JOHN S RANCHMAN and family and Mrs J E Bruce era at Olympian T A AND WILLIAM BRENT left Saturday to visit relatives at Salem Ind MRS E M EATON left Saturday to visit friends at Jamestown N Y and other points- T B HAMMONDS of Stanford was here first of the week buying cattle Liberty News MRS ERNEST WARREN of Middles boro Is with her parents Kid and Mrs Joseph Ballou MRS SAMUEL MCKITTRICK of the Hubble Section Is visiting relatives ii Marion county Miss MARY D KENNEDY left for Nashville Sunday where she will study the millinery business MISSES MALUE McBEE and Ethel and Bessie Brackctt are visiting relatives near Hustonvllle MRS P C SANDIDOE of the West End spent several days with her sis ter Miss Llccle Beazley MR AND MRS W T DAVIS of Pine ville are with her brothers Messrs W L and J M McCarty MasH C NUNNELLEY of Winches ter Is with her parents MR and Mrs K L Tanner at McKinney nON HARVEY HELM of Stanford attending the fair and shaking with his many friends Anderson NewsMiss HANNAH ALDRIDGE of place and sister Mrs J H Durham of Bryantaville are with Knox county 1frlendsMR W G LACKEY of St Louis is with his father and sisters at Crab Orchard Mr Lackey was with friends here yesterday MESSRS J J WRIGHT Carl Henson and Robert Chrisman of Hustonville have re urned from a prospecting trip WALDEN GOOCH of Lexington and Katie Gooch of Gilberts Creek are with Misses Mary Kendrick and Luclla Dudderar Missus FLORENCE TRUEIIEART and Virginia Bourno returned Saturday night from a protracted visit to Hunt ington W Va relatives Mn AND MRS W G MATSON of Lebanon and Miss Loula Crceland Mr ILewla VIglrilll of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J S Rice MR AND MRS W H WORSIIAM of j Corbin havo just returned from a trip to Columbia City Chicago and St Jos eph Michigan and are now visiting her father Mr J F Cover at Turners vile MR W W HAYS will move his fami ly to his cottage on Lancaster street after he makes some improvements Chief of Police B D Cartarand family will occupy the residence Mr Hays vacates MRS J B KINNAIRD of Lancaster spent Saturday with Mrs J B Paxton MR J G RIDDLE wife and baby of IIMR R H GIVENS of Biloxi Miss who has been very ill wlthappendlcltlsI is Improving his Givens tells us MR C H BARTLE of Liberty was hero yesterday He Is president of the Casey County Fair which begins to- FridayI and to their home In Chicago after a three weeks visit to their father Mr W P Robinson LOCALS HEMP knives at W H Higgins SEE our now White aGold China FarrisYANTEDcount sides and hams T D Newland FALL stock of aware now in Call and see It Farris SPECIAL sale on clothing this week Price cut Cummins Wearen IFOR SALEA nice Shetland pony cart and harness Miss Mildred Dow ner Stanford 2t CITY TAXES DUE Your city tax Is duo Please call and settle B D Carter collector Tits L wllleelround trlp tick eta to London Fair Aug 25 26 27 28I limited to 30th at 190- CAPT CARL CARTERS ball team defeated a Crab Orchard nine there last week by a score of 8 to 2 P M CONDERS saw mill engine blew up near Crab Orchard the other day but fortunately nobody was hurt will have a c Ioadof Northern 1ICed wheat this week Call at mill and see samples J H Baughman Co DR W N CRAIG will be iu his office over McRoberU drugstore for a few days Those needing their eyes tested call and see his him rrbearded seed wheat per bushel Sample can be seen at Lincoln National Bank Jacob Hacfllgcr Wayncsbiirg R F D Not TilE milling firm of J II Baughman Co has been incorporated Mr J S Baughman Is president and Mr W B McKinney is secretary and trcasur erFoa SALE Stock of merchandise and fixturesabout 2000 for sale In good Lincoln county town and doing nlco business Write or phone this of flee GIVE us a chance to do your plumbing tinning and repairing We are still at Aldridges old stand and will give prompt attention to all orders W K Warner 6t THE Graded School will begin operations a week from next Monday The children of school age are wearing long faces now that their vacation Is drawing to a close Fort RENT Cottage I now live in Has four rooms hall two porches and cellar and is in good repair All necessary outbuildings Possession Sept 1 John M Stone Stanford IJ H DUNN who was defeated for school trustee in the Shelby City dis trict will test the constitutionality of the law Ho has engaged Attorneys Robert Harding and E V Puryear of Danville to prosecute his suit DEMOCRATS In many counties of the State are sending money to the Demo cratic National Campaign Committee to be used in the present campaign Cant Lincoln county help a little 7 A countysfirst to donate IIIT was like taking dyfrom a child for James R Beazley to win on his fine string at the Barbourville lair Wednesday Thursday and Friday of last week Ho simply got all he went after with a single exception In tho ring best pair of mares II he was defeated by Mrs J W Bastin of Pittsburg In many rings Mr Beazley got all three strings He will be at the London fair this week where we hope he will be as successful as he was at the capital of Knox The Barbourvillo fair was hard ly up to the average in point of attend ance but some firstclass stock was on hand EXCURSION TRAIN TO LAUREL COUN TY FIRTho L N will run special trains from Richmond Ky via Lan caster Stanford Crab Orchard Alt Vernon etc to London Ky on account of the Laurel County Fair on Thursday and Friday Aug 27 and 28 1908 These trains will stop at all sta Lions between Richmond and London to receive and let off passengers both go ipg and returning Ono faro plus 25 cents for the roundtrip Trains leave Richmond at 6 AM Lancaster 715 Stanford 740 Mount Vernon 840 ar riving at London at 945 A M Return- Ing train leaves Londonat 445 r M Train stops at fair grounds gate E A Chilton secy x DONT miss seeing these lOe Plates at Farris JUST INA carload Pioneer Wire Fence E T Pence OXFORDS at cost for the next it days Cummins Wearen OUR Whasty brought us Saturday a basket of the finest tomatoe we have seen this year AN extensive line of Fall and Winter samples just received Call and see them H C Rupley the tailor THE Warren Grigsby Chapter U D C will meet with Mrs Kate Miller this afternoon at 330 oclock THE 1908 tax books havo been mad out and your taxes are duo Come In and settle T J Hill sheriff MR TINSLEY SPOONAMORB has our thanks for some of his excellent peaches which are both large and luscious THE L N will run an excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday at 175 round trip Train leaves depot here at 5 A M CONGRESSMAN HARVEY HELM has nominated James Madison Fish of Rockcastle as first alternate to Annap obis CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Are you going to build this fall 7 If so let me figure with you Work done satlsfac torily Will Stone phone 84 ON account of continued ill health I desire to sell privately my entire strict groceriesITHE republicans here Saturday and named delegates to the congressional convention at Harrodsburg An un- Instructed delegation will go down FOR splendidly improved farm of 180 acres Onp of tho best farms in the county On Hustonville pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky MRS DOWNER is in receipt of the sad news of the death of her moth ea Mrs C D Btacll Isle of Wight England Deceased was 87 years old and Mrs Downer had not seen her for 15 years FINE MJohn H Engleman is the boss watermelon raiser of this section He brought to town Saturday 25 long green ones that aver aged 36 pounds And the best part of it is he gave us the largest and best oneNorIcEAny person who dumps trash in the St Asaph branch or on the streets of the city of Stanford will be prosecuted Haul your trash to sink hole on J M Stones place By order of city council L R Hughes City Clerk IMPORTANT Tho low stage of the water supply and the necessity of preserving a supply for protection from fires compel the withdrawal of all sprinkling privileges for the present Rebates will be given to all customers In proportion to the time so taken out This matter is important and no patron should ask further notice Stanford Water Light Ice Co TilE Danville Advocate suggests that Boyle Garrard and other adjoining counties unite and hold a fair next year Nay verily dear brother Lancaster had the best fair In Central Ken tucky this year and the stockholders are so encouraged that they are considering the very wise proposition to erect stables and build a modem up to tho minute amphitheatre Lancas ter Record MASQUERADEIn order to vary the monotony of the dull times the management will have a masquerade rink at Waltons Opera House on Wed nesday night week Sept 2nd Three prizes will be given as follows 3 to the best masked person 2 to the second and 1 to tho third Those per sons who intend masking and do not own skates would do well to speak for them before Wednesday night HonninLE DEATH Mr Robert W Martin son of Mr and Mrs Alex Mar tin died at Birmingham Ala Thursday evening at 10 oclock after suffering intensely since the Tuesday before when he was fearfully scalded by a flue in the engine he was running bursting The boiling water almost cooked the clever young man The remains were brought to the home of his parents here and were interred in Buffalo cemetery Sunday morning after services at the homey Rev J C McCIary Mr Martin was a splendid man and was held in high esteem by the L N railroad for which corporation he had worked long time Ills aged parents and brothers and sisters are almost heartbroken over their loss and unbounded sympathy is felt for them Mr Martin was about 40 years old and was a sober industrious and honorable man fhe following engineers came from the South with his romalns Saturday Messrs Fred S Graves George S Wray Frank Joest Ed L Dudderar James Dardis Frank LIndsey J W featherston Mr ToT Martin came over from to the burial ofI ils brotherI S FOR field seeds call on T D New tend WANTED Two very small pigs John Smith care this office THE season will open at Walton Opera House Sept 24 with the laugh able farce BoytTIlE Blue Front owned by tho estate of Mr J G Sweeney was sold at auc lion at Lancaster yesterday to Jamc I Hamilton for 3410 RAMSEYMr T R Ramsey son of Dr Burdett Ramsey formerly of Gar rard died at Hendersonville N C ot typhoid fever after a protracted Illness The remains were taken to Paint Lie and interred yesterday afternoon Deceased was 34 years old and a good citizen He is survived by his wife and several children Mr Ramsey was a brother of Mrs John Bright Jr now of Somerset Shingles are now made under a patented process from asbestos fiber and Portland cement Mrs John J Craig is dead atDan vine Danville Board Trade 223 E Main Street Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions IHtockl dr carried on mar execution guaranteed satlifnc prllItoIelephoDe DANVILLE IQARDTrlAt Splendid Blue Gras s Farm for Sale I At executor of MM L J Oloyd I will offer tor sale nt public outcry on the premises at about 10 Tuesday Kept luN tbo magnificent blue grass farm of about 863 acres of which the died possessed It U Sit uated In Lincoln county Ky on a turn pike about 24 miles from McKinney and about the 01110 distance from Huitonvllle The Impronmenu consist of n blun1doubleetuiry outbuildings cistern stock scale etc All In grass but about 78 acres It Ii near good schools churches and a railroad railwayTheseeding purposes will be glren as soon as the terms of sale ore compiled with and of the whole tract Jim 1st INN At least one third of the purchase price must be paid In cash und terms an to balance will bearrang ed to suit purchaser This Is one of the test farms In Lincoln county For further particulars address B PAXTOX Executor KyJBlue Grass Farm For Sale As executor of J W Gillliple deceased the Htate tank A Trust Company of lllch mondKy will on- TIIURSDAYHRIT101105 at 10 oclock over for sale to the high lat and bott bidder the tine blue grass farm larranl 01 sold CIIIIIIPItklocaIN near Lowell In The entire farm consists of about Citfacrer splendiddwellinghousecontnlnlhg barn and all necessary outbuildings and ls convenient to church and school being lo 2111111elflOIlland eight miles from Lancaster Ky by turnpike Tho farm will be offered for sale In three al parcels separately then the two parcels on Mouth side of turnpike together and then the farm us n whole and be sold In the manner bringing the most money pos session wIli given Jnn119se when puyablewill be In two equal Installments due re spectlvely Jan 1810 and Jan Mil all bearing legal Interest frum Jan A lien will be retained for the deferred pur securityforted on day of sale The sole will take place on the premises BTATK HANK A TRUST Itlchtnond Ky By J A HOLLIVAN President At Public Sale A VERY DESIRABLE Rte GRASS FARM One Mile from Stanford Ky Ai executor ot the will of B W Ohenl 8r deceased and nt agents for his ilevlicei we will onSATURDAY SEPT IS 1W- a oclock v 16 sell on the premUei nt timeIarutonwhichMrsMaryOOlvens at her death The farm contain Itll acre situated on the Knit fide of the Danville turnpike about one mile from Htanford and n half tulle of the Htnnford U railed Hchool The Improvements consist of residence containing rooms besides hulls alto commodious tarns and other outbuildings About onehair of the farm Is In grass and nil under good fence The soil U well adapted for tobacco hemp and the other crops usual to this 1eUnnllossession for settling soon 01 tho condition of the growing crops will permit nnd full Possession Jan 1lltJII THUMB Onethird easy remainder In two equal installments In one und two years optIontoA good general warranty deed will be notesfwIlvensAll persons having a claim against the state Mary uaiven requested OlvenRJltiDtlIubble a DUCAToP SHKeep Ie o lWa foal H Mlaraa IttH shear at tile left Minj tiMms ttas terse is pftfe graving tarn and omelet too BBMted shepM as item at the right Educators are designed to leep the tow and mntet In Mtvroi step The Oak leather sties prcrlda UghlMt- sflaMitj and wear all4 Ippr IeatMra are of to highest clue To fiaTS jew ehHd tiara joa fur patted lfMtla later Mate EDUCATORS J This is EDUCATOR week all over the United States Thousands of shoe dealers talkingEducator Shoes and hundreds of thousands of people are buying them because they are sensiblecom fortable and have real value im them Dont handicap the children by puttingpoor fitting Shoes on them We represent reliable makers of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes Let us show youSEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY r Fall Goods I I Our Fall and Winter Line of Misses and Childrens Shoes in Tans Vicis Patents Etc is now ready for your inspection This is by fur 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 they cost us DONT FORGETf That we are agents for International Tailoring and L E IIayes d Co Remember we guarantee fit quality of goods and price TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI t Farmers Best friends Oliver Plows Disc Harrows and Su perior Grain Drills Call and See Them W H HIGGINS I Stanford Kentucky T a e JThe Interior Journal STANFORD Ky Aug 25 100 8 ELKAYS straw hat cleaner make your old straw hat look like new n three minutes Penny a Drug Store PERSONALS JOSEPY HorrEit Is quite sick MRS L B Coos Is with Montlcello relatives REV C J SirrLB spent Sunday Mt t Vernon MISS ROBERTA ODANNON visited Drodhealtrelatives MR WELCII WILDS of Nlcholasvllle is with Mr Ed Ballard MRS J S OWBLBY and James arc with Lexington relativesIMiss JULIA with Mrs Jean D Wearen ATTORNEY C C BACBY of Danville t was here on business Friday Miss MARGARET LEWIS of Crab Or chard ifl at Olympian Springs Ma A M IENCE is up from Koakl osko Miae with the homefolks MR W W WITHERS df Lexington spent Sunday with his mother hero MASTER RAYMOND MCBEE who has typhoid fever is rapidly Improving Ma AND MRS It S SCUDDER at tended the Richmond fair last week MR JOHN BRIGHT JR and family of Somerset are with relatives here MISSES ZADA AND JULIA ZANONE of Lancaster are visiting relatives here MRS J II GATHER of Buffalo N Y is the guest of Mrs C R Coleman MRS It C MEADE of Castlewood Va Is with heriiiter Mrs E G Dick leyMR TYLER WATTS of Louisville visited Misses Mattie and Settle Paxton REPRESENTATIVE R S RECTOR Casey is seriously ill with typhoid roI ver MR C S NIELD of Wilton passed through Friday en route to New Yor CityMESSRS M B AND J C EUUANKS attended tho Lawrenccburg fair last week MRS GEORGE HARDIN of Bellevue is visiting Mrs Nealy Stone for a few weeks Mn A M WARREN is up from Mo bile to the delight of his mother and sisters Miss ELIZABETH LEE of Shepherds vlle is with Mines Minnie and Stella Ruplcy JAMES DILUON of London was here yesterday advertising the Laurel Coun tyFairMR JOHN S BAUGHMAN and family and Mrs J E Bruce are at Olympian SpringsE yr left Saturday to visit relatives at Salem Ind MRS E M EATON left Saturday to visit friends at Jamesttfwn N Y another d points T B HAMMONDS of Stanford was here first of the week buying cattle Liberty News MRS ERNEST WARREN of Middles boro is with her parents kid and Mrs Joseph Ballou MRS SAMUEL MCKITTRICK of tho Hubble Section is visiting relatives In Marion county Miss MARY D KENNEDY left for Nashville Sunday where she will study the millinery business Missus MALLIB McBEE and Ethel and Bessie Brackett are visiting rela tives near Hustonvillc MRS P C SANDIDGE of the West End spent several days with her sis ter Miss LIccIe Bcailey MR AND MRS W T DAVIS of Pine vllle are with her brothers Messrs W L andJ M McCarty MRS H C NUNNELLEY of Winches ter la with her parents MR and Mrs K L Tanner at McKinney liON HARVEY HELM of Stanford i attending the fair and shaking hands with his many friends Anderson NewsMiss HANNAH ALDRIDGE of thi place and sister Mrs J H Durham of are with Knox county ti rrlendsIMR W G LACKEY of St Louis is with his father and sisters at Crab Or chard Mr Lackey was with friends here yesterday MESSRS J J WRIGHT Carl Henson and Robert Chrisman of Hustonville have re urned from a prospecting trip WALDEN GOOCH of Lexington and Katie Gooch of Gilberts Creek arn with Misses Mary Kendrick and Lucile Duddcrar Missus FLORENCE TRUEIIEART and Virginia Bourne returned Saturday night from a protracted visit to Huntington W Va relatives MR AND MRS W G MATSON of Lebanon aid Miss Loula Creeland Mr f Lewla Vlglrilllof Louisville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J S Rice MR AND MRS W H WORSIiAN of I Corbin have Just returned from a trip to Columbia Chicago and St Jos eph Michigan and are now visiting her father Mr J F Cover at Turners vllle MR W W HAYS will move his fami ly to his cottage on Lancaster street after he makes some improvements Chief of Police D D Carter and family will occupy the residence Mr Hays vacates MRS J B KINNAIRD of Lancaster spent Saturday with Mrs J B Paxton MR J G RIDDLE wife and baby o Crab Orchard are with Mrs W I IlerrlnIis Improving his rather Mr G M GIvens tells us MR C II BARTLE of Liberty was thIo FridayI an t their homo In Chicago after a three weeks visit to their father Mr W P Robinson LOCALSCALS IIEMP knives at W H Higgins SEE our now White and Gold China Farris WANTEDcountrysides hams T D Nowland FALL stock of Queensware now in Call and see It Farris SPECIAL clothing week Price cut Cummins Wearen FaaSALEA nice Hand pony cart and harness Miss Mildred Dow ner Stanford 2U CITY DuEYYoarcity tax is due Please call and settle B D Carter collector tickIatslimited to 30th at 190 CAPT CARL CARTERS ball team de feated a Crab Orchard nine there last week by a score of 8 to 2 P M CONDERS saw mill engine blew up near Crab Orchard the other day but fortunately nobody was hurt IWE will have a carload of Northern wheat this week Call at mill and ksee samples J H Baughman Co DR W N CRAIG will be In his office over McRobcrts drugstore for a few days Those needing their eyes tested call and see his him FOR SALE White bearded seed wheat per bushel Sample can be seen at Lincoln National Bank Jacob Hacfllger Waynesburg R F D Nol TilE milling firm of J II Baughman d Co has been Incorporated Mr J S Baughman Is president and Mr W B McKinney to secretary and treasurer FOR SALEStock of merchandise and fixturesabout 2000 for sale In good Lincoln county town and doing nice business Write or phone this of flee GIVE us a chance to do your plumb ing tinning and repairing We are still at Aldridges old stand and will give prompt attention to all orders W K Warner 6t TilE Graded School will begin opera tions a week from next Monday The children of school age are wearing long faces now that their vacation is drawing to a close FOR RENTCottage now live in- line four rooms hall two porches and cellar and is in good repair All nec essary outbuildings Possession Sept 1 John M Stone Stanford J II DUNN who was defeated for school trustee in tho Shelby City dis trio will test the constitutionality tho law Ho has engaged Attorney Robert Harding and E V Puryear of Danville to prosecute his suit many counties of the State are sending money to the Demo erotic National Campaign Committee to be used in tho present campaign Cant Lincoln county help a little 7 A countyIe first to donate t IIT was like takingcamndy a child for James R Beazley to win on his fin string at tho Barb urvlllo fair Wednes day Thursday and Friday of last week He simply got all he went after with single exception In tho ring bee- pair of mares It ho was defeated b Mrs J W Bastin of Pittsburg In many rings Mr Bcazlcy got all three strings lie will be at the London fai this week where we hope he will be as successful as he was at the capital of Knox The Barbourvillo fair was hard ly up to the average in point of attendance but some first claes stock was on handJEXCURSION TRAIN TO LAUREL COUN TY FAIR The L N will run special trains from Richmond Ky via Lancaster Stanford Crab Orchard Mt Vernon etc to London Kyon ac count of the Laurel County Fair on Thursday and Friday Aug 27 and 28 1908 These trains will atop at all sta tions between Richmond and London to receive and Jet off passengers both go Ipg and returning Ono faro plus 25 cents for the roundtrip Trains leave Richmond at A M Lancaster 715 Stanford 740 Mount Vernon 840 ar riving at London at 945 A M Return- Ing train leaves London at 445 p M Train stops at fair grounds gate E A Chilton secy PlatentFarrisfJUST 111A loadofPioneer WIre Fence E T Pence OXFORDS coat the next ten days Cummins Wearen OUR friend GW Hasty brought u Saturday a basket of the finest tomatoes we have seen this year AN extensive line ofFall Winter r andscothemuTHE Warren Grigsby Chapter U D C will meet with Mrs Kate Mille- this afternoon at 330 oclock THE 1908 tax books have been made out and your taxes are due Come in and settle T J Hill sheriff MR TINSLEY SPOONAMORE has our thanks for some of his excellent peaches which are both large and luscious TUG L N will run an excursion Cincinnati ntxt Sunday at 175 round trip Train leaves depot here at 5 A CONGRESSMAN HARVEY HELM has nominated James Madison Fish of Rockcastle as first alternate to Annap olis CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Are you going to build this fall i If so let me figure with you Work done satisfactorily Will Stone phone 84 ON account of continued ill health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper THE republicans here Saturday and named delegates to the congressional convention at Harrodsburg An un instructed delegation will go down FOR SALEMy splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the lest farms in tho county On Hustonville pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky MRS JOHN DOWNER is in receipt of the sad news of tho death of her moth ea Mrs C D Bizzell Isle of Wight England Deceased was 87 years old and Mrs Downer had not seen her for 15 years FINEWATERMELONSMr John H Engleman is the hose watermelon raiser of this section Ho brought to town Saturday 25 long green ones that aver aged 36 pounds And the best part of it is he gave us the largest and bee one NOTICE Any person who dumps trash in tho St Asaph branch or on the streets of the city of Stanford will be prosecuted Haul your trash to sinkhole on J M Stones place By order of city council L R Hughes City Clerk IMPORTANT The low stage of the water supply and the necessity of pre serving a supply for protection from fires compel tho withdrawal of all sprinkling privileges for the present Rebates will be given to all customers in proportion to tho time so taken out This matter is important and no patro- should ask further notice Stanford Water Light Ice Co TilE Danville Advocate suggests that Boyle Garrard and other adjoining counties unite and hold a fir next year Nay verily dear brother Lancaster had tho best fair in Central Ken lucky this year and the stockholders are so encouraged that they are considering the very wise proposition to erect stables and build a modern up to the minute amphitheatre Lancas ter Record MASQUERADE RINKIn order to vary the monotony of the dull times the management will have a masquerade rink at Waltons Opera House on Wednesday night week Sept 2nd Three prizes will be given as follows 3 to the best masked person 2 to the second and 1 to tho third Those per noet own r them haters Wednesday night Wttin died at Birmingham Ala Thursda evening at 10 oclock after suffering intensely since tho Tuesday before when rho was fearfully scalded by a flue in the engine he was running bursting The boiling water almost cooked the clever young man The remains were brough- to the home of his parents here anc were interred in Buffalo cemetery Sun day morning after services at the home by Rev J C McClary Mr Martin was a splendid man and was hold in high esteem by tho L N railroad for which corporation ho had worked a long time Ills aged parents and bro thers and sisters are almost heartbrok en over their loss and unbounded sympathy is felt for them Mr Martin was about 40 years old and was a sober industrious and honorable man Tho following engineers camo from the South with his remains Saturday Messrs Fred S Graves George S Wray Frank Joest Ed L Duddcrar James Dardis Frank Lindsey J W Featherston Mr T T Martin came over from Lexington to the burial of his brother S FOR field seeds call on T D New land WANEDTwovery small pigsl John Smith care this office THE season will open at Walton Opera House Sept 24 with the laugh BoysTilE Blue Front owned by the estate of Mr J G Sweeney was sold at auction at Lancaster yesterday to James I Hamilton for 3410 RA lSEYMr T Ramsey son or Dr Burdett Ramsey formerly of Gar ofrThe remains were taken to Paint Lick and Interred yesterday dfternoon Do ceased was 34 years old and a good citizen He is survived by his wife and several children Mr Ramsey was a brother of Mrs John Bright Jr now of Somerset pattoPortland cement Mrs John J Craig Is dead at Dan ville Danville Board Trade 223 E Main Stroot Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions Htoeki bought for cnsh dr carried on mar gin Our execution guaranteed satlsfac prhateTelephone DANVILLE iOARD TRAlJE Splendid Blue Grass Farm for Sale As executor of Mri LJ Oloyd I will offer tor sale nt public outcry on the premises at about 10 x Tuesday cps lios the niHgnltlcent blue grass farm of about acres of which the died possessed It U sit uated In Lincoln county Ky on a turn pike about y miles from McKlnney and about themine dlitance from Hustonvllle The Improvement consist u1nc1 fly of u barnidoubleeitnry outbuilding cistern tock icales etc All In grass but about 76 acre It It near Rood ichoolf churches nnd n railroad station on the Queen it Crescent railway The land II to be surveyed Possession for seeding purpose will be siren as soon at tbeterme of lale are complied with and of the whole tract Jan let luiu At least one third of the purchase price mutt Iw paid In cash and terms a to balance will bearrang ed to suit purchaser Tills Is one of the furthertB PAXTON Executor J P KyOhnndlerAnct Blue Grass Farm For Sale I As executor of J W Glllltple deceased the Btate llank A Trust Company of Rich inond Ky will on- TIIUIIHOAY KEPT 10 IIi at 10 oclock A offer for sale to the high est nnd beit bidder the tine blue grass farm of sold Jllllsple located near Lowell In Kyn of shout ftlacres splendiddwellingdousecontnlning barn and nil necessary outbuildings and Is convenient to church and school being lo cated on n turnpike and about two tYl miles from Lowell Htntlon on the L A N railroad byturnplluThe farm will be offered for sale in three al pnrreU separately then the two parcels on Houth side of turnpike together and then the farm in n whole nnd w II be In POI1slon111 pRable1spectlvcly Jan mo and Jan mil all bearing legal Interest from Jan A lien will be retained for the deterred pur securityforted on day of sale Tbo sole will take place on the premlies STATE 1JANK A TUU8T Itlchmond Ky By J A HCLLIVAX President At Public Sale 1L VERY DESIRABLE FARMYOne Mile from Stanford Ky Ai executor of the will of W Given Hr deceased and nt agent for bli devisees wewltlont SATURDAY SEITIS Ui at 3 oclock p sell on the premises at thefarmat her death The farm contains tee acre Mtunted on the East fide of the JJunvllle turnpike about one mile from Htanford and within n half mile of the Htanford Onulcd Hehool The Improvement consist of a residence containing 8 rooms besides halls alto commodious bnrns and other outbuildings Alxnit one hNf of the fnrw Is In grass and all under good fence The soil Is well adapted for tobacco hemp and the other crops usual to this section Pot session for needing purposes will be given lIS noon as tho condition of the growing crops will penult and full possession Jan lie TKIIMH Onethird cash retnnluder In two miunl installments In one and two years optiontoA good general warranty deed will be innilo on receipt of cash payment and notes of purchaser WGivensAll persons havIng a claim against the requeltedtoRubble Ky LDUCA1bIb IKeep fte tfBf MM Mtera trimH as IMn at tile left Minj cMMrwi rim ftne to pfeWs grottagbwwand muscles Ialo unto siqs sshown at the rlghL Edweters are designed to tap the fcwt and wwlw la natures steps The Oat leather sales prciWa rgMaew flexlhmlJ and wear aad opper bathers ara of the hlghKI clue To too jeer thUd thank lee for feet Ilcthl later Ute kj EDUCATORS This is EDUCATOR week all over the United States Thousands of shoe dealers are talking Educator Shoes and hundreds of thousands of people are buying them because they are sensiblecom fortable and have real value in them Dont handicap the children by putting poor fitting Shoes on themrWe represent reliable makers of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes Let us show you SEVERANCE Be SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY r Fall Goods J Our Fall and Winter Line of Misses and Childrens Shoes in Taus 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 offering any Oxford left in our house at exactly what they cost us DONJ FORGETa That we are agents for International Tailoring and L E Hayes Co Remember we guarantee lit quality of goods and price TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera ISTANFORD Farmers Best friends Oliver Plows Disc Harrows and Su perior Grain Drills Call and See Them WaH HIGGINS Stanford KentuckyI J 0 T i IG lL 0 The Interior Journal gnlertdinlhe PottOfficeal Stanford eendcllUl minks rUBUSBBD TOEflDAYB AND JTRIDAT 1500 PER YEAR CASi chargeIL at N TITLE TITBL- No si Houth 1111 P x No St south 1221 P x No 81 North 435 A x No S North SHU P x JOS Se RICE Agont B D CARTER I Now Llvorv Dopot Stroot Phono 96 8TANFORDKENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Tor the arrest and conviction of any trespassing upon my farm day or night or doing Injury In traveling the pub lic or Injury to stock from the lands of other people Th rownnl refer to past present and future 1 also otter a spec reward of tad for pnrtlculor see me I Mid otter two ipoclal rewards of 150 and flroeachJGOarpenter AS PRICESurgeon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store the0wfiley Building For the next few dayswewill give some Exceptional Bargains J in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland UA Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in cluding Tobacco Barns v talk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS Irrr COPYRIGHTS Ac mayQblcklfInvention Hprob blrP a e Communtca lloni trlctleonl1dnUaJNDOOIt on fatent ptenliruenuiYlItptclol notice without chore la the Scientific Jftnerican A bandiomelr nit tratM vecklr fareetelrt aoldnubyallnewadealerMVNN a nnc4 Umce II Bt Wahtbgtoo D JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MkttingsRugs They will Exchange for Mock all Kinds of Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY i J Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer In Harnos08adderyi STANFORD KY e Office Phone 17 Home Phone U FAKMERS DlPARTXIirTi Stock begs and stock ewes frsale II Reid Stanford Cash wheat dropped at Mlnneapol- from ISM to 112 Saturday ryBe sale in Fayette county J NDavis realized 5315 a head for 46 Jer 1seycows FOR SALEWinter seed oats an BickleyEGreen oats and rye killed sever horses and mules for William Simpson a Jessamine county farmer R S Scuddcr took seven blues an four rod ties on his handsome string ol horses at the Richmond fair last week Good Tommy Burns the American champion heavyweight dcCeateduBIll Squires former heavyweight champio- of Australia in a 13th roundbout at Sydney N S FOR SALC16 extra good yearling mules 14 mares and two horses also a pair of 17hand 6yroId mare mules weighing 2800 pounds B Ramsey f Jr Paint Lick nA red heifer weighing about 350 poundscame to my place about may15 Owner can get her by paying for thI notice and her keep David Stephens R K No4 Stanford FOR SALE15 two yearold mules nine marcs 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 SouthdownsnHenry Baughman Hnstonville Ky ESTRAYThree short yearlings left Huff Dudderars on the night of Jul court day They are red and spotted Reward for their return or information leading thereto John Lutes Stan ford A white boar came to my place a month ago He weighs about 150 Ibs and is in fair order Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep J M McCormack Turners ville Lightning destroyed circle barn No 7 at J B Haggina Elmendorf farm near Lexington Friday afternoon Forty four yearlings narrowly escaped cremation Loss 6000 partly covered by Insurance Eightyeight thoroughbred horses valued at 500000 owned by J B Hag gin and James R Keene were shipped from New York on the steamer Velas quez for Buenos Ayres They will be trained thereL- ANCASTER COURTA big crowd at tended court at Lancaster yesterday but business of all kinds was slow 0 the 50 or 60 cattle on market some twothirds of them were sold Prices ranged from 2 to 4c Wm Royston- booJtbt 12 good yearlings at 2050 am two suckling mule colts at 90 A good many mule colts sold at 50 to 75 Few horses changed hands J H Baughman won first and sec ond with 15 entries in the 100 mule colt stake 1st and 2nd iri the yearling mule seven entries 1st in the twoyear oldring 1st in the threeyearold and- over 1st in best team of mules These premiums were all captured at the Richmond fair last week and speaks well for Mr Baughman as a mule rais er This makes 39 blue and red ties Mr Baughman has taken on his string Representatives from 10 tobacco so cieties of Kentucky Tennessee Indiana and Ohio met at Bowling Green Ky and merged all the different tobacco associations of the four States into one combination The style of the organi zation is to be known as the Union Tobacco Society It is said that it will represent 100000 tobacco growers Plans for the permanent organization of the union were considered The union will incorporate under the laws of Kentucky without any capital stockI CHURCH MATTERS Eld JQ Montgomery is holding an interesting meeting at Evona Casey countyEld J L Owens meeting at Grove Casey county resulted in nine additions and a general awakening of the church membersIThe Methodist church at High land will be dedicated next Sunday Big preparations are being made for the occasion Eld W G Montgomery has just closed a very successful nine days meeting at Casey Creek church There were 78 conversions He also held a 12 days meeting three miles below Ca sey Creek which resulted in 64 conver sions Why James Leo Got Well Everybody In Zanesvllle 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural route 8 She writes My husband James Leo firmly believes he owes his life to the use of Dr Kings New Discovery His lungs were so severely affected thatconsump tlon seemed inevitable when a friend recommended New Discovery We tried it and its use has restored him to per 1Iedlos For ctfugbs and colds it has no equal The first dose gives relief Try I J Sold under guarantee Penns DttfrStbreOBe sadH Trfal tickle free When the Stomach fieftrt or Kid ney nerves get weak then these organ always fall Dont drug the Stomach Kidneyslaprescription known to Druggist everywhere as Dr Shoops Restora IrcparcdrStrengthens these nerve build the up with Dr Shoops Restoratlve quicktalDrug Store Kentucky F air Dates dThe following are the dates fixed for the Kentucky fairs for 1908 London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days daysLdaynA Boon to Elderly People Most elderly people havo womb ney or bladder disorder that is bot painful slid dangerous Foleys Kid ney Remedy lias proven a boon to many elderly people as it stimulates the urinary organs corrects irregu larities and tones up the whole sya tern Commence taking Foloys Kid 5noy Remedy at ones and be vigorous New Stanford Drug Co Whats the difference between a good detective and a bid detective Give it up A good detective seldom loses a scent and a bad one seldom loses centof graft How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronic lirepand bowels restores nature action of the bowels Foleya Orluo Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes New Stanford Drug Co The human body contains about enough carbon to make 3000 lead pen ells or to make enough coal to burn nearly two hours Weak women should read my Book No4 for Women It tells of Dr Shoops Night Cure Tells how these soothing howling antiseptic supposi tories bring quick and certain help The Book is free Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Pennys Drug Store Business on the Square I will be In Crab Orchard this summer an InfPHOKJDATHON FOR SALE lOne of the best I00ncre farms In tb Houtbern part of Lincoln county Ky miles Houth Ilnlli Ga brace fond 11111 ire f-oJNlitEoaltor OOdn P O ayneAburg Ky BRIDGE LETTING I AS committee of tbe Lincoln County Kli cal Court I will receive lealcd olds for an Iron or steel bridge over llnnslns Fork pikeAllTwo spans each 33 sect long 16 fret wide 0 COOPKll Clerk Htnnford Ky If You Want to Keep Posted on Political Doings Subscribe for the- Keitucky StateJournal The best Demo S cratic Daily in Kentucky Write for Price andf Pr ticukrs ton f WIPi WAT aFrankfort a Srnll harm Ftir Salfe rolltroutgooUoffice Partner Wanted takehnUnave that It U pat ntablo Full Information b rulclni lni John M UThur Draper and House Painting Toper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Frisco Decorator Graining Kte McKlNNEV KY MASONS MEET r0MFA3lwlllmeeLincoln Lodge In atntrU communication on each flm nnd 7ihfont Ky Mambort ot surer lodge Pft tJIIeI1l11V Jesse W Sweeney YaOPpIaTOa Livery Fold and Sli Stable Lancaster Ky Eczema is Curable Zit M 0 a scientific preparation fat instantlyagerms diseases Eczema quickly and It permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Writs for sam plo E W Rote Med Co St LouUMo Pennys Drug Store fyoperPeDDinjjtoD Fire and Life Insurance Representing old and established Com panies Odd Follows Building Stan ford Ky POSTEDI below atrlctly- forbhlbuntingnshingorau kInd or tree passing on our places and will prosecute olators to tbe full extent of the law Alex Cooper Mm Mary Mrs Wnltvr Warren Mrs Mnttl Vf hits Tturinypoonnmore111Carwr M K Lawrence Ittf1WII Curtis JH Hooker JMlVttui Aforga4Uhappelld tyXrthalter linlmer Mrs Kntberlne Ailor AehleytOlisnnonJemesNCash U M Hack Joseph llnllou Jnt llalnea l11I11t1IraJUCnrpenlnr WIA1artlnJSkidmoreIhwldMC Richardson Krntt Mill Mnttltt llewe IlelchenlMicb Jlroi Frets VonUruennan It K Gaines VonGruenganATTrnylorltlburn0ooch Fred IJnumnnn Klobonl heifer Owtley Dunn hear Beater 0unnelleytvJ U JanIs J W ItHugbninn J K Hprntt iiI D 100011Mri lUgner ntven JolmM Carter AtartlnAlcorn John V WmtlOrtlier DanTravlor M U Klntore MM N Uootie U K Tate David HOvem John Jufer IUO Durham W O Itout OotllbOllok Fred IlaiHlorf- Ailvjtne Crnlg ChristianJncoh J JThoinpion It M Anderson J K Motor Mr and Mm JaII Yond I A KltMitu lIra N J Morton JJKlllott NraOeoLogunI Mrs lfnrlIuflnapn Vro Fields CqnllerItt Contra Kentuc- kyRoalEstatetxchaoge TITLE co No1toacrer on the Wayneiburg Pike near IUllblund 6 room house barn andotb Tbliproper tybnenrchurehaadachoal house ii well worth tbo price flfV No tIIIIJ acres 2 tulles South of Oral Or chard on the has n two atoiy house good Inn orchard and is well water lid about loi acres of tbls land U bottom- land and produces one crops A bargain at 11800 JJ emit Imlanco In sue and two year NoSUS acre on Duck Creek near Way neburgl roonn house lwru and other out building plenty of wnlur Caih sacs ir No ICHaorei near Level Green Hock castle This farm has n new 2 story frnmellama would cost to build now JiAW good harm crib Ac located hear cburcb und school Tills is n nice home and can bo bought for IK per acre H cash re mainder In li months No 61113 Pdolnln the move farms 100 acrta In cultivation UweIIlnBofroom- good barn and other outbuilding nice or chard One of the best springs In the county Prlco pfuo hnlf cash balance ssd t 6Shi acres adfolnlng farms Not t and IS acre In cultivation balance In Urn bug Good white oak history and some one collar Ilns2 storyloghwonttd good oreb ant well watered price flux Np 738 acre near Maretaburg Ky 1W acres In cultivation Rood dwelling house = barn and necessary outbuilding tine water and ichooU church and K Hitatlon Price P OUiK cah balance In on nnd two years No ssU acres near Conway Ky nearly all of tUlalnrm bottom mud nun for corn L andm0adbwvery good dr tillingho4seraw barn and otlltr bWlldlpgq on county road t- lmlel from V ege Cash price ta Np9d3acres on prnko1 from Orab Orchard farm adjoins the tkiiHd U a part of the Oeo Evans farmsTbUJiflne land and In good condition building Tbls II a bargain at 8per acre No 10n acre near Stanford Ky In SJIlAnFor full particulars In regard to all the bove nrmseeeor write L of Haghei or ames I White Stanford Ky w rKENTUCKY J6GgST SffOWl 1 =sEPT1415161118191908 SIX BIG DAYSW DAILY I ACFS 25000 IN PREMIUMS WEBER BANDO SIDESHOWS F Vj ONS Here is the place to display your live stock and farm products to meet friends j 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 h LOW RAILROAD RATES addresoyJ W NEWMAN Secretary X Louisville Ky SEND FERA 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 nano PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky The New Perfection Wick Blue Flanje Oil Cook Stoves Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Get His Prices BeechNut Bred f Sliced BaconT- ry one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your 1110no- yhack GEORGE H FARRIS THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY Tft TRANSFER MONEY 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY ra00neonATco Adorinas Foxn handsome large young envy null de acended from n and unbroken line of most noted hullo and cows on the Ii rand of Jersey Hngland and America Ill else le one of tbe bust bull ever Imported and his dam U a show cow that ha poundl of rich mllltln onnday If be ave Like begets Like or the Llktme ome Ancestor And hove a aisle 1y good cowyou should nvrtll youraelf of his aer vice Ho will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved regUtered cow aide of our own herd thli year for a tee of each Mnkettngagement befera a ndlog cowtobebred AOTTl Il KyjNbull calves that will be sold lit right prtcvi Choice Goods foaled January Itotf black with whiteipoints 1U hand Hlnxl liv Wonder out of Uhenault Jennet 647 Wonder was shred by ilelknepheby Imported Balknap importedIlowagreatinodlvlduel uullies i Choice hoods before you breed lie will area Jennet nt wound Marts at to In sure llvlnKcolta insureliveW ftlMiiUBd themagnificent draft tal lion George insure n living volt MB HAtJaHMAN Stanford