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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7INTERIOP JOTJRNAL YOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 28 1908 NO 51 ADAM 1C PENCE Wu a native of Lincoln county Ky a fanner from choice a Methodist by Inprofceslongrace He was one of the men in Stanford Methodism He was called higher a few days since and hoe gone to join the victorious host in that country beyond the stars where the shadows never fall disease and Buffering are unknown and old death the despoiler of human hopes and tomb builder of the centuries is f shut out forever I feel to congratu late him on his triumph He won on t a well fought field of some pecu liar tests and demonstrated the grip of faith and possible walk with God using the means of grace Ills conver sion bound him to God tn a covenant which was never broken and dated the beginning of a walk in righteous ness that ended In glory ills religion controlled hit life acts his chief efforts was to please God and engage In farming to pay expense Ho knew how to make money and God pros pered his plans and ho practiced the Wesleyan rule make all you can save all you can and give all you can He was a Missionary In spirit and by princely gifts of money both at home and In foreign lands his last benefit 1was for Christian education Ills pri i vato secretary says ho gave more money for benevolent enterprises tha any person knows ho sowed bountifully by the side of many waters It was his pleasure to be about the par nonage when a new pastor came and hitched on to him and never balked saw what should be done in the way of repairs and furnishing and it came to pus lie was the most original man as to thought and expression I ever met He saw men and things closo nnd when he concluded his say his com pany had his opinion full and free ho saw the nail and hit it on tho head No man thought he meant a shovel when tho subject In hand was tongs I regret to lose such a man out of Methodism It leaves such a vacancy To mo It appears like ono end of the Church called Methodist at Stanford has fallen out JIll place can only be filled by a spirit like his and wo will never see his like again Religio- was his thought and conversation if ho did not take his company on it first ho did not hold off until second came slowly on There was no escape from him on his most interesting sub ject only by flight The last momin he saw on earth an old colored ma came for seed corn saying 1 am e tired in body After supplying his want he engaged him on religion and its comforts and tho great beyond Ho seemed to havo a presentment of his departure When the colored friend rose to start he said I fee rested Mars Adam In my body and y comfort In my soul since you talked mo about that good country That evening while loading his wagon out of the barn he sank dow into unconsciousness from which he never recovered and passed on a hours later into that unseen lan where real life begins where the soul Is uncaged tho workman finds th highest employment and happiness eternal Is reached and its sun neve- goes down Ho has gotten his crown W F VAUGIIAN Somerset Ky When tho Stomach Heart or Kid ney nerves got weak then these organs always fall Dont drug tho Stomach nor stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Get a i prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Pr Shoopa Restora tive Tho Restorative is prepared expressly for those weak Inside nerves Strengthens these nerves build them up with Dr Shoopa Restorative tablets or liquidand see how quick ly help will come Sold by Pennys Drug Store NEALS CREEK Farmers ara needing rain In thlf section Corn will bo cut short if we do not get rain soon Car roll Rains is bn the sick list Mrs Kit tle Munday and sons and Miss Bettlo Rains visited Mrs Nick Vanhook at Saufley Mr and Mrs Clark of Mt Xenia were guests of Mrs Farmer Miss Des Je Harrington visited her mother at Eubanks Saturday Mrs Pulina Rains is tho guest of her grand daughter Mrs Mays in Casey county Mrs Minnie Martin of Rowland vis- Ited Mrs Taylor Roberts Ben Cooley has a position at High Bridge Taylor Roberta and wife attended the funeral of Robert Martin at Stanford Weak women should readmyDook No 4 for Women It tolls of Dr Shoops Night Cure Tells how these soothing healing antiseptic supposi tories bring quick and certain f The Dook Is freeji Address DrI r Shoop Racine Wis Pennys Drug- Store Frost fell at Des Moines Iowa Mon day nights Miss Hammonds Visits Niagara Falls and Cities of the East and Writes Entertaininglyof On Saturday morning Aug 15 a congenial party of 15 members chap eroned by Mrs Jake Joseph left Lan caster for Niagara Falls and other points of Interest At Paris we were given a special train which runs thro to tho Falls and were joined by parties from Nlcholasvllle Winchester and oth er towns making a select crowd of 300 Kentucky pilgrims whose eyes were turned toward tho wonder spot that has attracted tourists from all parts of the world Routed via the C H D we pass ed through the most beautiful part of Ohio stopping at Hamilton Dayton and Toledo From Toledo we were car tied 60 miles along Lake Erie then into the farming districts of Canada Like Ohio tho fertile fields of Canada stretch out as far as the eye can reach and in all these acres a hilt is seldom seen lOne point that impressed the farmers was the fences made entirely ofstumps a good suggestion for thoso inclined to a nights ride through Canada we reached the Falls getting our first view of Table Rock Realizing that all these glories were hover touched by worknmanship of our Creator wo seemed to be walking on hallowed ground Here one can look for weeks and months the great falls the grand canon the wonderful whirlpool the chasm along the gorge can only be appreciated by personal observation t It is a thrilling experience to stand and watch the thousands of tons of water crash down upon the rocks that tremble beneath the blow and see tho columns of mist rising up Interwoven with rainbows Crossing Lake Ontario we took tho side trip over to Toronto tho metropo lis of the fairest province of Canada While a modern city Toronto boasts of its history and tradition Tho manu facturing and wholesale industries will compare with thoso of any American city Ample provision has been made for this and future generations in the way of parks and pleasure places 1500 ainr spaces A part of this space is taken up by tho Woodbine race track where some horses owned by Lincoln county men have made splendid records Returning via Buffalo we were im beautifuln hootats the McKinley monument tho famous Delcwaro Avenue on which are situated tho homes of Buffalos millionaires tho Albright Art Gallery the Soldiers Monument and tho crematory 1which the Irish chauffeur said was run ning in opposition to tho cemetery toAfter leaving Buffalo on one of the finest and fleetest steamers that ply the Great Lakes we enjoyed a 300 mil o Dne troll This city Is the hub of tourists and traffic and presents many pleasing couldd never approach a more perfect para thenever falling source of delight to many Iris a delightful retreat with a world of flowers and shrubs intersected with placid lagoons and winding canals Hero is found tho second best aquarium in the world We were entertained soy ally in Detroit but on tho eve of our departure when the band struck up My Old Kentucky Home we did not forget that we were residents of that State and realized with Goldsmith Such Is tho patriots boast whereer we roam life first best country ever Is at home FLONNIE C HAMMOND John I must have one of these sky scraper hats All right wife Get the milliners to submit designs and competitive bldsKansas City Journal p Served as coffee the new coffee substitute known to grocers every where as Dr Shoops Health Coffee will trick even a coffee expert Not a grain of real coffee in It either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nuts etc havo been so cleverly blended ns to glvo a wonderfully satisfying cof fee taste and flavor And It Is made In a minute too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Pennys Drug Store The next meeting of the Eighth Dis trict Publishers League will be held at- Etl1l Springs Sept 4 Every newspaper man in Kentucky is cordially Invit- cd to attend and bring his wife or sweetheartIYou can always tell si young man who has just graduated from collegebut you cant tell him very much Somer set Journal i I a NEWS NOTES Acting Gov Cox has declared Sept 7 Labor Day- Versailles has an epidemic of fever which grows worse day after day Jerry Bryant a noted Blindjack of Breathitt county was fined 2010 at JacksonThe American Bar Association is holding Its annual meeting In Seattle with about 400 delagatea in attendance A lone highwayman held up seven coaches of tourists in Yellowstone Park and compelled them to turn over their valuables to him Judge Watts Parker in the Fayette Circuit Court decided that the Inherl trance tax law recently enacted by the Kentucky Legislature is constitutional Between 6000 and 6000 tailors are on strike in New York according to the estimates of the United Brotherhood of Tailors to enforce a demand for an increase In wages Curfew Law Is being enforced at Pa ducah by its Chief of Police and ev ery man or woman found on the streets after midnight without a good excuse will be taken to jail Mrs Howard Gould has brought suit for 50000 against Frank A McLaugh Hn a New York merchant who sh alleges through a process server In jured her to that extent The printers strike at Mayfield Is still on The Dally Monitor has no been issued since Aug 15 but will re same publication this weekas it has secured a force of nonunion men Richard L Hand the commissioner appointed by Gov Hughes to report o charges brought against District At torney Jerome has submitted his findings to the effect that none of the charges la sustained Officials of the American Tobacco Company at New York said that no decision to retire from Kentucky had been made but that the headquarters of the field buyers had been removed from Lexington to Cincinnati Judge J H Adams at Jackson refused to vacate the bench in the Beach Hargis case and fined each of the at torneys for the defense 20 for con tempt of court In preparing the affidavit on which the motion was made A O Brown Co New York brok erSthavo suspended operations The firm is said to bo Involved for over a million dollars The failure came as a result of the sensational trading Satur day when Brown Co handled over 700000 shares of stock Judge Thompson in the United States Court at Cincinnati denied tho petition of the Union Distilling Company and others for a temporary Injunction re straining the Government from carry ing out its order that imitation whisky must be branded as such Representatives of the State normal schools at a meeting in Lexington de cided to tako steps to test tho consti tutionality of the act appropriating 500000 for these institutions which State Auditor James has refused to recognize and to enforce the payment at the appropriation She I where fellmarried a girl on his death bed just so she could goneeCould you love a girl like that Ho Sure I could lovo a girl like that Where does she live 7 AUgust time tells on the nerves Hut that spirit less no ambition feel Ing can bo easily and qulcky altered by taking what Is known by druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restora tive Within 48 hours after beginning to uso the Restorative Improvement will bo noticed Of course full health will not Immediately return Tho 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 fall ing nerves with Dr Shoops Restora tive and see how quickly health will be yours again Sold by Pennys Drug Storo The first use of the word strike In its present accepted sense occurred In tho London Chronicle in 1765 In September of that year are many references to a great suspension of labor In tho northern coal fields and the colliers are stated to have struck out for higher wage- sAttention Asthma Sufferers I Foleys Honey and Tar will give mmodlato relief to asthma sufferers and has cured many cases that had refused to yield to other treatment Foleys Honey and Tar Is the best remedy for coughs colds and all throat and lung trouble Contains no harmful drugs New Stanford Drug Co Georgewejudge of the Knox circuit court to preside at a special term of four weeks to clear up the docket REV GEO D VERCO Pastor of the Christian Churches at Turnersville and Crab Orchard Mr Verco Is an Australian by birth andi has been a student in the Bible College at Lexington the past four years- MIDDLEBIJRG thee e Gov Willnon occasion to send soldiers here antwere on e MrIpretty Tho trustees of this school district Mnchkirman and U S Tapscott of this district secretary- R B Young has about completed his residence adjoining the bank and it is the prettiest in town He has had sever al opportunities to sell but has refused and will occupy it himself as soon as he can persuade some young lady to do housekeepingMrs of Nashville Is with her daughter Mrs John Coulter at Yosemite Mrs Laura Lets and daughter Miss Bessie went to Kings ville Saturday to see Frank Lee who Issick Miss Nannie Mills of Ellis burg was here with Miss Willie Fogle Stanley McIntosh the tallest and most polite bank cashier in the State spent Sunday with Dr and Mrs Haney Mrs Gussie Delaney of Arabia has been with relatives hero for a week or so It Is just four miles from Middle burg to Mt Salem and yet a letter ad dressed to a friend at Mt Salem Is just 24 hours In reaching its destination It is placed in the mall sack here and carried to McKinney there it changes hands and is carried North to a point somewhere this side of kingdom come when again it changes hands and is car rfed to Huatonville where It remains over night Next morning it Is given over to the rural carrier who delivers It at his leisure This Is one of the blessings of rural delivery of malls These hotels I am sure have an Idea that no man in moderate circumstances would ever bo foolish enough to come here Therefore made up their minds that only those who had more money than brains would venture so close to tho Ocean They go on the idea a fool and his money soon part and charge 100 a week for a man and his wife front room overlooking the ocean So thats what they are doing to me which I at first thought was robbery But when 1 can sit at our front window and see five thousand people at one time over half of them women In bathing suits exposing to view arms neck feet and nether limbs I take it all back they dont charge enough That is d cidedly the best bargain I have mad since I landedCol Bill Thorne a Atlantic City Pain anywhere stopped In 20 min utes sure with one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets The formula Is on the 25cent box Ask your Doctor or Druggist about this formula Stops anywhoreWis for free trial to prove value of his Headache or Pink Pain Tablets Sold by Pennys Drugstore She Likes Good Things Mrs Chas E Smith of West Frank lin Maine says I like good things and have adopted Dr Kings New LifeI Pills as our family laxative medicine because they are good and do their work without making a fuss about it These painless purifiers sold at Pen nys Drug Store 25 For Sore Feet I have found Bucklens Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for soro feet as well as for healing burns sores cute and all manner of abra sions writes Mr W Stone of East Poland Maine It fs the proper thing too for piles Try Ir1 Sold under guarantee at Pennys rug Store 5J5c Liverpool mikes nearly 800000 a Iyear by municipal trading CLEJRANCESJLE In order to make room for the large stock of FALL and WINTER Goods that is to come in soon we will sell all Summer ciothcsat Cost Mens Youths and Boys Suits Mens Ladies and Childrens OxforaV at cost t Mens 50c Underwear at 39c Mens 25c Underwear at 19c Now is your time to buy while the prices are low Remember our lose is your gain Come in and be convinced of the Bargains we have for you SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc SEND HEI A BOX TODAY No need to ask any woman if she likes Candy if you buy the kind we sellTo please her and to prove your discriminatingjtaste be sure the name on the box is Lowneys seeeee PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Removal Sale of Monuments r Having outgrown our present quarters oa North Broailwaywo aro obliged to seek a new location To avoid the great expense and risk of taking down loading hauling sari resetting in the new show room we propose erecting we offer the largest as sortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky J 80 Monuments 128 Headstones 85 Markers r thetWm Adams 8lSon 142 North Uroodway Lexington Ky Residence for Sale I I desire to sell my residence on Portman AvenueIThs is a new modern upUnlate houae4rooms and bathroom below 2 rooms and hall above hot and cold water in bathroom and kitchen Hot water heat all over the house This is tho best and most economical heat that isknown today for a residence Good Stable and Garden Price 2000 v S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from theB st and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McKoberts DRVGOISTBTAHfOKO The Interior Journal U Co WALTON WL MCARTY- t Ii B candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot the democrat party- M S BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for BborllT of Lincoln count c dfmocratlparty JOHN J MOSER- Is n candidate for jailer of Lincoln rount subject to the action of the lJmoeraUo- pan M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count inbJecV to the action of the Democrats party JAMES Co HAY lift candidate for Jailer of Democraticsubject to the1 action of the party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomina tlon tot Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tba action of the democratic party D C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty iubject to tbeactlon of tbe democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryan- of Nebraska For Vice President Join Worth Kant of Indiana Igor Congress HARVEYHELM of Lincoln county For County Judge John Sam Owsley Jr For Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE A TAX upon consumption even when laid with absolute impartiality bears hjavlesj upon the poor because our necessities are much more uniform than our possessions People do no eat in proportion to their income they do not wear clothing in propor tion to their income they do not use taxed goods in proportion to their in come As all taxes must come o ones income no matter through what system levied or collected they are in effect income taxes the largest per cent being collected from those with the smallest income and the smallest per cent from those with the largest income It is only fair therefore that in an attempt to relieve the people from the iniquity of a high tariff the poor who are overburdened should be given first consideration Bryans tariff speech at Des Moines TUB Baltimore American is in a class by itself It began publication in August 1773 and is therefore 135 years old It relates that among its achievements it was the official printer of the Declaration of Independence The Star Spangled Banner was first printed i its columns It was the first advocate of public schools in Maryland It was the first champion of Morse and electric telegraph In fact the Ame- lean has been a leader in many direc tions both in its own State and in the press of the United States It is more prosperous than ever and conducted with higher ability than in the old days TILE Negro Lewis whom the presi dent appointed assistant district attor ney ot Boston when after appointing Dr Crum collector of the port of Charleston he was taunted that he had appointed no Negro to office in the North is said to be slated for assistant attorney general This would place him over several Southern men It will bs interesting to note if they will stand for It A Northern newspaper states that there could be no possible reason for promoting Lewis to be assistant attorney general except the desire to hold the colored vote for Mr Taft JOHN W KERN the democratic can didate for vice president was formally notified in Indianapolis of his nomina tion The speech of notification was delivered by Theodore Bell and ad dresses were made by Mr Kern W J Bryan and Thomas R Marshall thu democratic nominee for governor of In diana The meeting was held in the elaborately decorated Colosseum at the State fair grounds and was attended by many thousands of people regardless of party Mr Bryan and Mr Kern received ovations when they appeared to speak Tim Kentucky Journal will soon begin tglssue seven papers a papervance in the price and j4 will get 365 timetoofthetheBerrythe good people of Danville r THE good women will help elect Bryan andKern la Colorado Idahe Uta- and Wyoming If they could vote i n every State in the Union theres n telling what the democratic majority would be POLITICAL Mr Bryan has canceled speaking en gagements in Georgia in order that he may remain in the debatable States It is stated that Senator WrO Brad ley will open the republican campaign with a big speech at Bowling Green or Sept Funds turned into the Democratic National Committee by five daily newspapers and Mr Bryans Commoner amount to 19438 Wade H Ellis of Ohio will probably accept the place as First Assistant At torney General of the United States though definite announcement has not yet been made William J Bryan has canceled an engagement to speak at the State Fair at Syracuse N Y for the reason that the fair managers insisted on charging an admission fee There was an old man in Nantucket who carried his lunch in a bucket and now the poor man has no lunch in his can Republican misrule has tuck it Houston Texas Post John C Voris has resigned as police Judge of Danville and has moved to Georgetown W Owen Mcintyre William Roberts and Henry G Sandifer want to succeed him Fully 1000 Republicans attended the harmony conference at Des Moines Ia Gov Cummins announced that he would call a special session of the legislature to settle the senatorial muddle- A special session of the Georgia Leg Islature began Wednesday and several bills abolishing the convict lease system were introduced Gov Smith recommended that the prisoners be used on the public roads Judge J B White of Irvine and Howard Stamper of Campton were chosen by acclamation as candidates of the Democratic party for Circui- Judge and Commonwealths Attorney respectively of the Twentythird judi cial district IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John W Buckner an ex Confederate soldier is dead aged 65 Telthas been incorporated John Watson and George Cox were badly injured at Williamsburg by ties- buggy being struck by a train Ftwhile on his way to hunt doves Mrs Lucy Burke wife of Dr W B Burke of the Shelby City section died aftera brief illness She was 59 years oldBud Phillips and E Gillis wellknown young men of Washington county were placed in jail at Lawrenceburg with the charge of horsestealing registered against them President Nat Halstead of the National Fox Hunters Association h announced the following committee tc fix the time and place for holding the coming annual field trials Woods Walker Paint Lick Col Jack Chinn Bar rod burg Joe Deatherage Richmond WoodridgenJ Meredith Bowling Green A Danville dispatch says A man conditionron South station this morning He was taken i charge by the City Physician and tonight regained consciousness sufficiently to state that his name is Millard Cleaves of Louisville The indications are that he fell from a train during th night He is dangerously injured and there is but little hope of his recovery CHURCH MATTERS There will be Union services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday night Elder W G Montgomery will begin a protracted meeting at Hubble Chris tian church Friday evening Eld Joseph Ballon will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock and at Mt Xenia at 330 P MRev Albert Frick of Brooklyn com mitted suicide giving as the reason that his eyesight was failing and he could not support his family Rev Thomas N Arnold one of the eldest ministers of the Christian Church died suddenly at Frankfort after running to catch an interurban car The Hardshell Baptists of Warren and Allen counties have just concluded- a threeday session at Allen Springs Between 3000 and 5000 people attend ed Sunday will be Childrens Day at the Methodist church at 1045 A u Solos duets recitations and songs will compose the exercises Address on Sunday School work Breaking of missionary barrels distributing prizes etc will be done also The Primitive Baptists of Georgia have split on the use of organs in churches In one district four churches were recently expelled for using instru ments Another point of contention is taking out insurance policies of any kind the antiorganifts condemning such tlrlgeltoo Adviceh Gif ford Ave San Jose Cal says Tb worth of Electrlo Bitters as a general family remedy forheadache biliousness and torpor of the liver and bowels Is so pronouncedthat I am promptedto- say a word In its favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such afllic lions There Is more health for the dl gestire organs In n bottle of Ele trl Bitters than In any other remedy I know of Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store boa Acting Gov Cox granted a pardon to Walter Livingston a Negro confined in the penitentiary on a sentence of 21 years for manslaughter 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 Now Stanford Drug Co About 30 miners lost their lives as the result of a fire in a coal mine at Haileyville Okla The flames caught in the shaft cutting off the exit of the unfortunate men Mrs Kate Howard one of the lead ers in the recent race riot at Spring field III committed suicide by taking poison There are 77000000 bricks in the famous Severn Tunn- elMASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge NoM F A A M will meet In stated communication on inch not Slut third Monday nights of each month at TIoclock In their hall on Main street titan ton Ky Members of sitter looI are frn ternally Invited to be present ULIenny W MT 1V PenningtonHee INSURANCE Sire Lightning WlndHtorm Life and leoldent None bat tbe 8TUONQKHT and BB8T Companies Represented Lowest Pos dale Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying Hee trd Unequalled Talk with Kentuckyt Danville Board Trade 223 E Main Street Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions tunsrprivateTrlepbonegl4 DANVILLE IOARD TRADE Bridge Letting The undersigned committee of tbe Lin coIn County lIcol Court will receive sedad- bldsuntil l7JlSepb11918 for abutments still and flooring for a over Hucl Greek near the residence of llunley Cloocli The abutments and wing walls to be of con crete cement to be the belt Portland ce ment Grouting to be made of gravel In the proportion of part of Portland cement Plenty very fretseat bottom to feet long and B trot In clear from bent to bank I abutments wing walls to lm up stream none down streAnn to ect at an of 45 degrees to too abutment to tx Inches thick at abutment and to taper to U Inches at approach and to be same height of abutment The abutments supposed to be 8 feet In height from solid rock lion If necesiary to bo higher will proportIon per cubic feet or yard An Iron rod be placed at each corner feet In concrete and to trotatoll Inch fthovwlth thread and slllaandbridgehwn numberr12incheswide d6 lrlnchesethicknand to be oarrlltEred sot In forks of mulberry or black 1UCUlt potts Bids will be received on concrete separate from flooring tills and barristers or ai o whole The committee reserves tbe right to reject 11eO U Cooper J Owsley W Burch Committee PUBLIC SALE Having recently sold my fine Blue assfarm and in view of prospective Induce meats elsewhere I will on- TIIUIUWAYHoPT2tTII sell all of my properly In this county which Ii more definitely described below A FINE FLOURING MILL of barrel capacity which I have recently refitted with the latest Improved machinery from basement to garret mill U full of the bet wheat that I have been able to buy since I have been In the milling buil nits Mill U run by steam as an abundant upply of water Also to com modious all the lots attached necessary Dwelling Is wlthlnTB or 100 yards of mill The house contains 7 rooms con veniently arranged with back porch con crete and concrete cellar A No I good cis tern In back porch and well In the kitchen and all outbuildings Property Is situated at McKInney on tbe Q A U railroad a main thoroughfare from the North to Bouth 10 miles Mouth of Danville and in miles North of HomerIC and one of the bet markets in tbeworldfor teed of all kinds with a siding from road runnIng to door This Is opportunity to secure a good Roller Mill at a My person nit l consists of 40 good 2ellr old cattle weIght 1100 or 1jOO s milk cows and calves 55 good yearlings some nIce young 7year olds sired by such horses as tied Leaf OheAter Jblet and Jam bruno one good gentle fainlly murtjlyoors old n nice lot of urge brood mores in foul to lucks 8 or Imlr of work mules nod mule colts jtw or 78 hogs sows and pigs and sonic sheep All of my farming implements com used of n McCormIck Hinder Mowing Machine hay Drills second flakebaler75acreof corn to 1tU0 Ixtles of nice timothy 3 good straw ricks Hale will be at the fnnnVi miles from MoKlnneyon the A Jlustonvlllo pike Parties desiring to look ut mill property can get off train at McKInnoy and I bQwlogyou while hero Parties desiring to attend sale will notify us one or two before their comlnir and conveyance will bo fur BeefDurgooandlastbutngtleastDar TLaIMSMade known on day of sale Possession given Jan 1909 KyCapt The Truth Every person in thfc city who U iwf fertile from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis case can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid fop externaluse All durggists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE ttinbuyIngMeKINNKY COAL A FEED CO f KOOoochMgr McKINNEY MARILE A GRANITE WORKS Jacobs If Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturer of Granite and Marble Monumenti KlntOInn Work at Reasonable 1rlcvi Ofllce and Works McKInney Ky Shop closed on Haturday A GOOD FARM FOR SALE II I IIIell privately my ferns of 1W acres two tulle from Stanford on Dnnvllle pike to the highest and best bidder Healed bids will be received until Hvpt IB forty ofIaldlido Will consider bids for the whole tract furcbalrwborurposEltbeStanford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form 7f Itching Skin 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 by a tailor of experience Then your clothes whetbera low price business suit or the finest evening clothe will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests toil coats and overcoats fall and Winter wim Pits on hand ready for your Inspection ilO RUPLKY The Tahoe- HtanfurdKy Stock of Mirchandlst for Salt In MIllttfQivMIt IIAs asilgnee of Hlent r Compton for the benefit of her creditors I will otter at prl vote side her itock of merchandise comltl Ingot such articles as are usually found In a general toro KDWAUD ALUORN AUIgnee Huitonrllle Ky CONCRETINGWe creting such HI lilock Work Pavements and In fact we ran make thing from a house down to a fence lIOn We can serve you promptly and guarantee nriteluti priceslpefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Weak Women To weak and allint women there is at taut OBI war to help But with that WIT two treatments must bs combined One U OIIe is cctmltu UooaL but both arc Important both sssentlsl Dr Hhoopi Night Cure Is the Local Dr looP RettorsUr the Oonstltmlonal The formerDr Snoops Night Cure is a toplrtl membrane sappoittory remedy while Dr Shoop trotorstlre wholly aa Internal treat- meal The Restantlro reaches throughout the MrTaallThe NighLUreUfa name IlSpUea does Its work while you JeeP It soothes sore aMinlaai sd mucus surfsees heals local weaknesses and discharges while the Restorative eases nervous ambllrlonbu11d1whoopsRdtorsdveTshleLsorUquldh to the s7sUa 7or lltJnloca1halp use is win Dr Shoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE The State University Lexington Ky The Htnte University Lexington KYIoffen thefollowing coursenamely turdfieohanlcnl tnlllnflrlng Civil Inlueerlng Electrical Engineering Mining tnlllneerlng Olalllcal and 16ell HdentUo courses eacii of extends over tour and leads to a llachelors degree 010- Uepnrtmentofa Law and a Department of Kducatlon last has been established instead of the Normal BchooL Person who enter this department for advanced work In pedagogy and are granted a Bach olor lubjocl when completed Tbe Academy for preparatory Instruction Is retained County appointees recleve free tuition privilege of residence In the dormitories f u eland troeUnl expene If they remain ten conucutlv montnorone collegl aU The laboratories and museum ore large well equipped comprehensive nnS modern Military Is fully provided for as required by Congress The graduates In the several courses of study readily Ilnd employment with liberal remuneration Tho total numborof matric ulates for lint year Will U78 Each department has n specialist at Its head the necessary number of militants Young women find an excellent home with board and lodging In Patterson Hall which Is well equipped with nil tho modern conveniences hall for physical culture at JQ per week All courses of University open to women on identical condltloni with applying to male The completion of tho Agricultural Min inn Kngliifcrtntc Laboratory and Education afford and commodious quarters for these departments which are increasing in the number of matrlc ulnte For catalogues methods ot obtaining appointments Information regarding courses and terms of admission op to JAMES K PATTKIIHOX Ph D LL D President or to D O FItAZEE ltusiness Term Begins Kept 1190i r t Season EndsI I It is just the time to WEAR Summer Goods but the time for SELLING them is drawing to a close and to help clean up our Remnants we are greatly reducing prices All Straw Hatscut HALF in two 750 Panamas at 500 WalkOver and Manss 400 Low Shoes at 300 and the 350 Low Shoe at 275Two Piece fI 1O t y Suits I w 20 Suits for 1350 175O Suits for 12 + 15 Suits for 10 and 10 Suits for 7 These are clean fresh new goods and indeed aoj bargain H J McROBBRTS I STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 3333000 i Resourcesr 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B StanfordiJohnCash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachcrsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek 1 Jfiirst Tfational lJan Stanford Jig 0ryanfitt SS2 Capital Jock fSO rIlTplul and Wndividd 3rofilt 19 0111fJfas paid In Divieltnds since Organisation I21 Snuito 7ou jfccounls on Our Wrl3 OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris VIcePiestdent John J McRoberts Cashier II C Baughman Asst Cashr WVSaunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS rF Reid j H Daughraan M D Elmore J M Patio S H Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker r C E Tate Summer Vacation Trips VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE TO TUB lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On H you Intend taking a trip flit out blank nun for SaletH C KINO C P A lot Last plain St Nurse Address I f Destination J it t rfN e The Interior Journal STANFORD KY Auo 28 1908 t NEW assortment of local vIew post cards at Pennys Drug Store t PERSONALS liON HAVVEY HELM is at the Shelby vlllo fairJ- UDOK J P BAILEY Is at the Shelby vllle fair MR H II COFFEY Is attending tho London fair Miss ETIIEL CARR of Lexington is with Mrs J S Rice MR J L CAMPBELL and wife went up to London Tuesday MR S R WALLS U hero from Horn Iney Okla on business MR J U GIBSON and Father Roland of Somerset were here Tuesday MR J F CUMMINS and wife attend od the Nicholuvtllo fair yesterday MRS Erll YOUNG and children of Lawrenceburg aro with friends here MISSES MARY AND SALLIE BURDETT are back from a visit to Mercer county ojCrlendeJ J MR A a ROBINSON of Lancaster is visiting his daughter Mrs J B Paxton MRS SANFORD OLDIIAM of Rich mond was tho guest of Mrs 00Perry MRS ELLA POPE and children of Cincinnati are with Mrs W S Den ham REV HOMER W CARPENTER of Lc mo 0 Is the guest of a mighty pretty girl here MR W G GOOCII and wife of Gar rand spent several days with relatives In this county MRS SUSAN YEAGER and MUs Ellso Englcman attended the Nlcholosvlllo t fair yesterday MISSES DELL FELAND Bertha Jack BOB and Beuio Shumate are attending the London Fair MR NATHAN DOZIER of St Louis 4 will arrive this week to be tho guest of Miss Dora Pence g Mum ELLEN BALLOU has returned from a visit to Dr J Guy Ballou and wife at Toledo 0 Miss MATTIC McCLARY leaves today for Scottsvllle where she will teach In the Graded School Miss NETTIE WRAY returned Tuesday from a protracted visit to relatives at Bloomington IIL JUDGE W A TRIBBLE Is In Mason county with his wIre and children who are visiting relAtives- I PROP M G THOMSON of Paris was here Tuesday the guest of Mr and Mrs H J McRoberts MRS ED WILKINSON and children are viiiting her parents in Casey and at tending the Liberty fair MRS W IL MURPHY and Miss Jessie Powell are at Crab Orchard drinking the hcalth giving waters Mn W J DOZIER of Winona Miss will join his wife and children at Mr E T Pences tomorrow JUDGE TG WELLS and wife of Wise Va attended the burial of Mrs D Ma Lfpps at Hustonville Miss MARY SHEPHERD COOK of Stanford la thn guest of her aunt Mrs J M OwensSomerset Journal MRS J II WOODS and little Mary Louise are with Mr Emmett McCor mack and family at Hustonville MR D FRANCISCO and wife of Zimeron Kansas are visiting Mr J M Cress and family in the East End MISSES SUE TAYLOR AND NANNI WOODS ENGLEMAN are members of a house party given by Miss Mabel King 1atShelbyvllle Miss ANNIE BRONAUGH of Crab Or chard is visiting friends Here during the fair London Sentinel t MISSES BESSIE AND WILLIE WILKIN SON are visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs J W Moore in Casey thofEastDR R L DAVISON and George D Florence attended the republican Con gressional convention at Harrodaberg yesterday q MR AND MRS WM SEVERANCE of Stanford are the guests of Mr Joseph Severunce and family on East Main- StreetSundays Frankfort Journal a MR WM DODD of Hustonvillo was If here with his black horse He Ie a fine roadster winning the blue every time he was shown in single harness Adair NewsW P ROBINSON of Stanford and daughters Misses Louise and Kath rune and son Weld of Chicago visit ed his sister Mrs M W Cannon Jessamine Miss JournalIhas been Mr F K man spending some days at Olympian Springs Advocate Miss CLARA JESSE who has been vis iting Miss Jewell Spoonamoro at Hub ble 1cTt Tuesday for her homo at Los t Angeles Cat She made many friends during her visit to this county Mn JoN DOWNER and family will havo for Cincinnati next week to lo I cate greatly to the regret of the many friends they havo made during their so in Stanford Mr Downer has Jrented a pretty home in Hyde Parka suburb of the Queen City t MRS R L PUTNAM of Lebanon is with Miss Susan Fisher Woods S p ELMORE of Atheosvllle III Is with relatives here after an absence of six years MR J G HACKLEY returned this week to Now York City lie has been visiting his parents in the country MISSES MARY YANDELL Fox of Louisville and Mary Ashby Cheek of Danville are with the Misses Otter SENATOR R L HUBBLE is able to leave home from his recent Illness we are glad to say Ills son Logan who has been down for several weeks with typhoid fever Is ablo to sit up now LOCALS HEMP knives at W HHIggins SEE our new White and Gold China FarrisSDONT miss seeing those plates at Farris WANTED country sides and hams T D Newland MASQUERADE rink Wednesday night next Three prizes FALL stock of Que aware now in Call and see It Farris WANTED rent a farm of about 100 acres Box 84 Stanford Tim King Hotel Crab Orchard which burned on July 23 Is being rebuilt LAST before school Masquerade rink at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night next GET close to nature and keep well Crab Orchard water should be kept in every home CITY TAXES DUE Your city tax is duo Plcaso call and settle B D Carter collectoreWARD off tho typhoid fever by using Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water It will do it ONLY three more days of Summer and no rain yet Water is getting dis tressingly scarce here AN extensive line of Fall and Winter samples just received Call and see them II C Rupley the tailor TUB 1903 tax have made out and your taxes aro due Come in and settle T J11111 sheriffe WE will have a carload of Northern seed wheat this week Call at mill and seo samples J H Baughman Co Tim Q C will run an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday week Sept 6 The Reds will play the Louisville team there that day- Tt1ERE will bo an old fiddlers contest at Somerset on Thursday night next Write to Kirk Boone ut that place for particulars THERE are 10 different kinds of mon ey in circulation in the United States but mighty little of any kind Is going the rounds now DRI W N CRAIG will be In his office over McRoberts drugstore for n few days Those needing their eyes tested call and see his him CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Are you going to build this fall If so let me figure with you Work done satisfac torily Will Stone phone 84 Tim Crab Orchard Graded School taxes are due If not paid by Oct 1 a penalty of 5 per cent will be added M M Perkins treasurer and collector FOR SALE Stock of merchandise and fixturesabout 2000 for sale In good Lincoln county town and doing nice business Write or phone this of fleeSGIVE us a tom do your plumb ing tinning and repairing We are still at Aldridgos old stand and will give prompt attention to all orders W K Warner 6t FOR RENTCottage I now live In Has four rooms hall two porches and collar and Is in good repair All nec essary outbuildings Possession Sept 1 John M Stone Stanford IT is not likely that Stanford will be bothered with peddlers hereafter The city council at a recent meeting fixed the license at 500 per year 250 for six months and O per day Gov LUKE P BLACKBURN often said that ho did not believe any one who used Crab Orchard water regularly would ever have typhoid fever Whites Diamond Brand at all drug stores AT tho sale of bank stock belonging to the late Thomas Stone at Lancaster Monday Citizens National Bank stock brought 15025 Old National Bank 146 and Garrard Bank Trust Co stock 106 MR J H McALiSTER of Way Miss who is mingling with his many friends hero must be a busy man nt homo Ho is an extensive raiser of cotton on his 1300acre farm and besides runs a store and operates a saw mill lIe is assisted in the management of his business by his son Foster B McAliater I FOR field seeds Ball on T D New landtJUST received car of American fenc- Ing FarrisSTHE Harry colored died a few days ago FRANK HUBBLE colored who used to live here died at Danville WANTED Two rysmall pigs John Smith care this office ATTEND the Masquerade rink Wednesday night next Three prizes to the winners Tim season will open at Waltons Opera House Sept 24 with the laughable farce comedy Pecks Dad Boy WHY dont the city fathers get some oil from the Baughman well and oil Main Street It certainly will keep the dust settled Do not imposed upon There are imitations and adulterated water and salts on the market Whites Diamond Brand Is the genuineSGREAT damage Is being done In the South by excessive rains while we are choking with the dust here Verily this is a dry community CHIEF OF POLICE CARTER Is doing some good work on Main Street with his jail hands in cleaning out the gut ters etc Keep up the good work Fon BALEMy splendidly Improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms In the county On Hustonville pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phono me A J Rice Stanford Ky defeated Junction City in a red hot game of base ball on the grounds here Wednesday afternoon by thescore of 12 to 10 Embry and Coffey did the pitching for the home team and Mike Penny caught NOTICE Any 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 ClerkSIMPORTANT Tho low stage of the water supply and tho necessity of pre serving 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 Ico Co SOMERSET JOURNAL FOR SALEA splendid plant splendidly equipped the only semiweekly newspaper in the Kentucky mountains and always a money maker Citys population from 10 000 to 12000 Population of county about 40000 or more A rare oppor tunity for a hustling newspaper man to get possession of an oldestablished in fluential and popular newspaper and job office at a greatly reduced price in the most promising small city In the State Situated midway between Chat tanooga and Cincinnati on the Queen Crescent railroad Address the Journal Somerset Ky or 444 W 6th Street Lexington Ky LIPPS Mrs Anna Llpps widow of Mr D M Ltpps died at Hustonville Monday evening after a protracted ill ness of a nervous trouble The burial occurred in the Ilustonville cemetery Wednesday morning after services at the Baptist church at 10 oclock by Rev T B Cook of Moreland Mrs Lipps was a Miss French and was born in Virginia 57 years ago She was a devout member of the Methodist church and a most excellent woman Sho is survived by seven daughters and two sons and in ther great loss much sympa thy is felt for them A large crowd followed the remains to their last rest- Ing place and flowers brought by lov ing friends hid from view the mound that marks her resting place PROGRAM for Teachers Meeting to be held at Crab Orchard Sept 12 Mu sic Devotional exercises Welcome ad dress E F Davis Response W L Scott Recitation Beatrice Bastln The Teaching of Spelling Miss Lizzie Pet tus How to Teach Beginners in Arithmetic Miss Lucy Massey School Dis cipline Supt Singleton How to Prevent Tardiness Miss Margaretto Cul ton PunishmentsProper and Improper W T White Noon Dinner on tho grounds Music Recitation Miss Kate Waters Duties of the Patron J B Willis and J C McWhorter Right Modes of Teaching Prof J W Ireland The Stubborn Child Miss Myrtle Wells The Truant J C Wheeldon Assignment of Lessons Reviews and Examinations Mrs Mary Cochran Recitation Miss Bertha Lucas Nature Study and the use of Stories and Pictures Miss Georgia Lewis How Meet the Evil of Dime Novels in your School W T White Current Events What Attention Should be Given to Them 1 Maurice Thompson Establishing Li braries and Beautifying School Grounds Hobart Burnett Are we Keeping the Older Children in School Why Joe Harness To this meeting the public is invited E F Davis pres Mary Wil son secy t Two members of the State militia BtaUMwd afGtithrlfl have been charged with breaking Into a freight car for thn purpose of taking a cue of whisky Warrants were issued for their arrest but they had been removed before ser vice could be had Farm For Sale I Finn blue grass farm located on the Pleat ant pike three tulle North of tbe town of Dunvllle will lw sold at public auction to the highest and Less bidder In front of the courtuoute door In Dnnvllle Ky on MONDAY SEPT Jl atj oclock p x This farm contains acre of well Improved blue grass land es tobllccoIlnUclwelltnglIroom barn Terms of sale will be onethird cash and balance In easy payment Perion desiring information will write to 0IIAOBYAttyDanvIIIeKyAny farm nt any tim- eSplendid Blue Grass Farm for Sale I At executor of Mn L J Oloyd I will over premloiataboutmagnificent blue grass farm of about 843 acres of which the tiled possessed It U situated tn Lincoln county Ky on a turn pike about 24 mile from McKinney and JlutonllIIeTbolulprovement twostorYframedwelling barn dou hlo crib buggy house tenant house al necessary outbuilding cistern tack scales eta All In grass but about 75 acres It is near good schools cburcbe and a railroad railwayThoseeding purposes will be as soon as tbe term of Bale are compiled with and of the whole tract Jan lit At least one third of the purchase price mut be paid in beorranglbest farms In Lincoln county For further particulars addreis JlI PAXTON Executor KyJDislrabli Projurty to be Sold In lifts I propertypremises In Boron Ky Jo tho highest bid der on SATURDAY SEPT 8 1KB at 10 oclock AM The lot feet is cated on Chestnut Htrtet In tbe best reel donee part of town and It an ideal build Ing sUe sloping gently to front and rear giving perfect drainage nice lawn tome practicallyand two porches und II well flnUbed Inside and out All windows doors and back Porch ure screened in Well at door Other 1m wlthquartersforhorse goodIncWatorandetc This is a great opportunity for any family that locating In Be ren for the advantages offered by Iterea Col lege as It is seldom that such a complete IlerlalorUeinformation should apply to- M L HPINK Berea Ky W P Prewltt Auct Blue Grass Farm For Sale As executor of J W Oilllipie deceased the Htate flunk A Trust Company of Rich mond Ky will on- THUIWDAYBEPT at 10 oVIockA olTer for sale to tbe high est and test bidder the tine blue grass farm InIThe entire form consists of about Cttacres splendiddwellingbarn and all necessary outbuildings and is convenient to church and school being lo sated on u turnpike ami about two rl miles from Lowell Htatlon on the UA N railroad byturnpIkeThe farm will be offered for sale In three 81 parcels separately then the two parcels on South tide of turnpike together and then tho farm as a whole and will be sold in the manner bringing the most money pos session will given Jan 1W9 when H of payablewill be In two equal Installments due rev spectively Jan 1910 and Jan nil bearing legal Interest from Jan 9 A lien will be retained for tho deferred pur securltyforted on day of sale The sale will take place on the premises STATE DANK A TRUST Itlchmond Ky By J A rtoLMVAN President At Public Sale A VERY DESIRABLE BLUE GRASS FARM One Mile from Stanford Ky As executors of tbe will of W Givens Br deceased and as agents for his devisee we will on SATURDAY BEIT IM- 3 oclock P sell on tbe premises at public auction to tbe highest bidder the rm on which Mrs Mary U Given resided at her death TIt farm contains situated on the East side of the Danville turnpike about one mile from Htunford and within a half mile of the Stanford Graded Hobool The Improvements consist of a residence containing 8 roomc besides halls Oleo commod oul barns and other outbuildings About onehalf of the lane is In grass und all under good fence The soil U well adopted for tobacco hemp und the other crop usual to this section Pos susslon for seeding purposes will bo given as soon ae the condition of the growing crops will permit and full possession Jan liuv toIwith Interot from tlU of sale with option to tho purchaser pay all cash A good general warranty deed will be made on receipt of cash payment and notes of purchaser George O Given S W Owens B W Given Kxecutors and Agents All persons having a claim against the estate of Mrs Mary Givens are requested ollentJ1ubble EDUCATo tStliOESIKep Kip oMTs fit H Mtos Metfe as skews at tlaleft feat oMUrws sfeees fjrofl the pWte growtaf beef and muscles Isle BHttwa shapes as thermal the right Efaators ate feigned to IMP Ie tow and BHuolM la hires hpe The Oat leather soles protHa flghtneu OeDhStl and sew and upper leathers an af the Nghell aim psdedtIleetk 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 in them Dont handicap Ute children by putting poor fitting Shoes on them We represent reliable makers of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes Let us show you SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY Fall Goods I Our Fall nnd Winter Line of Misses and Childrens Shoes in Tans 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 oller ing any Oxford left in our house at exactly what they cost us DONT FORGET That wo are agents for International Tailoring and L E Hayes tS Co Remember we guarantee fit quality of goods and price TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court H STANFORD KENTUCKY useI Farmers Best friends Oliver Plows Disc Harrows and Su perior Grain Drills Call and See Them W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky ui i The Interior Journal Anttred in the Port Office at Stanford ell ndcla maker- P17srasHatD rosseUAxs AMD TRTDAT AT 5100 PER YEAR CASIB- TWken not 10 paid 1100 will be charred III L t N TINE TABLE No tl Houth 11J1 P X No Ll Houth12211 P K No J4 North as A x No North Y18 p x JOSS RICE Agent DIP D CARTER New Llvorv Depot Street Rhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I t For the arrest and conviction of any perso trespassing upon my farm day or night or doing Injury stock tn traveling the pub hlgbwo or injury to tock from tb- Iaadsofother people Tbl reword refer paat present and future I oleo offer a spec reward of 130 for particulars see me I ado offer two special rewards of O and WenchJ a Carpenter A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland UA Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in eluding Tobacco DarnsJtalk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS y i AeIAnyone tending a sketch aed d Qnlcklr our opinion free whether ta iDTentlon t probably pat e Comraunlf bus irictlr on 1aUnu pitntiPatentspccWtnolk WithoutchareIn- theScientific flntericaiKA- b ndiomelrlllti tr t l weeklr Largest fir eolation at any clention Journal Terras 13 a MUNNraCO3siotdI7 NewYork a Branch Offlco 6S P BU Wathlngion D JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm t DeIniture MattingaRuga They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Rightn STANFORD KENTUCKY PO Je C McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer in HarneasSaddlery v r r J STANFORD KY I Offlo Phone IW HoraePhone So 4 L FARMERS DEPARTM1KT James Woods has hfa mule colts at the Liberty fair this week B G Fox bought 74 mule colts at Lawrenceburg Monday a 45 to 65 Stock hogs and CO stock ewes for sale H Held Stanford ryic The Somerset Journal says the con crop in Pulaski will be tremendous Gibson Goode of Boyle raised 600 bushels of Irish potatoes on four acres A potato that is said to bo disease proof has been introduced in France I from Uruguay- R G Collier of Crab Orchard sold to D B Carson of Atlanta a four yearold sorrel gelding for 300 Half of the Union Stockyards at West Toronto Can was wiped out by fire The loss is estimated at 150 000Tobacco growers of North Carolina have formed a corporation for the pur pose of manufacturing and dealing in tobaccoW Claybrooko bought the H D Stiles farm one and onequarter miles from Springfield containing 296 acres x000nThe President has issued a procla motion for the opening to settlement of surplus lands In the Rosebud Indian reservation in South Dakota A large crowd from Stanford will at tend the dedication of the Methodist church at Highland Sunday A cordial Invitation is extended to the public gen erallyIWe unintentionally omitted in the premiums received by Mr J H Baugh man at the Richmond fair best mulo any age He won both first and second tie in that ring A red heifer weighing about 350 pounds came to my place about may 15 Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep David Stephens R R No4 Stanford A fair crowd attended Jessamine at Nicholasville Monday 40 sheep at 4 horses 50 to 135 mule colts 45 to 80 600pound heifers 1750 long yearling cattle 2260 FOR SALECross between Oxford and Southdown buck lambs and a few aged bucks This makes a great cross Also a few pure bred Southdowns Henry Baughman Hustonville Ky ESTRAY Three short yearlings left Huff Dudderars on the night of July court day They are red and spotted Reward for their return Oflt information leading thereto John Lutes Stan M IAmonth ago Ho weighs about 150 lbs and Is In fair order Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep J M McCormack Turners ville MATRIMONIAL Miss Mayme Threlkeld of Harrods burg and Mr Frank Randall EldridII wero married in Indianapolis A courtship of 22 years dura tion ended Friday in the marriage of Leota Bradley and Mr Clarence Simonton at Lebanon O The groom is said to have called on his lady love three times a week for 22 years The lato Joel Chandler Harris said an Atlanta clergyman used to laugh at the way everybody seemed to want free advertisement of some sort from the editor It was the same he would say with the physicianeverybody- wants free advice on the health ques lion 1Itor who served ten days in jail for licking the Mayor The warden treat ed him very kindly and at the ten days end escorting him to the door and shaking him by the hand said Well goodbye and good luck Ed And say would you mind giving the jail a puff A Boon to Elderly People Most elderly people have come kid ey or bladder disorder that Is both painful and dangerous Foleys Kid ey Remedy has proven a boon to many elderly people as It stimulates the urinary organs corrects Irregu antics and tones up the whole system Commence taking Foleys Kid ey Remedy at once and be vigorous few Stanford Drug Co Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for lolding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 1 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days Why James Lee Got Well Everybody in Xanosvllle 0 knows Urs Mary Lee of rural route 8 She writes My husband JamesLeeflrmly believes he owes his life to the use of Jr Kings New Discovery His lungs Jtlonrecommended New Discovery We tried its and its use has restored him to per tact health Dr Kings New Discov cry Is the King of throat and lung fern edles For coughs and colds It has no equal The first dose gives relief Try tl Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 50c and L Trial bottle free McKINNEY Mr J S Murphy and family contemplate moving to Texas Wm Dayton who has a lucrative p0 sition with the Southern Pacific I a Louisiana is visiting his mother He says the railroad business Is flourishing In the South and that the temple hard know there has been a panic- The next enterprise on tho Industrial stage at McKInney will probably bo tobacco warehouse with stemery In connection Some intimation of such an enterprise has been Indulged in b r speculators who have Investigated the matter and believe It would be a auc cess S Sudders string still bring In IRblue ties He has so far taken 66 ties and about a dozen reds this season having shown against some of tho best horses in the blue grass lie has refused some very flattering offers for his magnificent threeyearold stal lionMiss Vella True one of Fahnothi popular young ladles has taken a position with the Fabra Drug Co Clay Gooch and family of Somerset have been visiting relatives here Mrs A A True and daughter Mrs Jesse Bas ket have been visiting Mr Jno Cock ing and family Miss Belle Gooch was- lone of the many guests at Olympian Springs last week Mr John S Beck one of tho clever est and most prominent citizens and farmers in the West End and Miss Elizabeth Laughlin one of our fairest most estimable ladles were joined n wedlocks holy bonds at tho Christian church here last Sunday morning The happy occasion was not a surprise- to their many friends and admirers as it was the result of a courtship of sev eral months Mrs Beck is a sister of Mrs Charles Wright of this place and formerly lived in Lexington She Is a very attractive and popular young lady Rumor has it that Cupid Is still very busy in this community and before long the wedding bells will ring again How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims or appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Foleys Orino Laxative cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores tho natural action of the bowels Foleys Orlno Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes New Stanford Drug C- oBusiness on the Square I will be In Crab Orchard thus summer and wlntur to teach on all kinds of muilcal In Btrumenti uutlsfactlon gunmnteed- 1UOK J DATHOM FOR SALE I One of the best liMnere farms In the Southern part of Lincoln county Ky a Tulle Houth of Hulls lap 1urt oal to o lend Will In offered very cheap for NOUKKN p0 Wnyneaburg Ky BRIDGE LETTING AS committee of the Lincoln County Fis cal Court I will receive sealed or un Iron or steel bridge over HangtiiK Fork creek on the Htauford Jt Huitonvlllo plko All bids to Iw In on or before Oct latl Two spans each 32 feet long feet wide O nCOOlKHOIork Htnnford Ky If You Want Keep Posted on Political Doings Subscribe for the IeitucKyState Journal w The best Demo cratic Daily in Kentucky Write or Price and Particulars t to W P WALTON- Fran kfort Ky Small Farm For Sale Situated on pike tour mil from Htanfonl acres Uooi resldenc and abundant outhouse in goo repair For further particular call at tbll office FOR SALE I rRhode Island Ked Putleti and Oookrreli Egg from selected pent II IS Wile Mallard Duck Eggs or young Ducks Oal and see them Sae w J KDMIKTON- none 7 Crab Orchard Ky Blgn Writing Draper and House Pointing Paper lInger G MEDAIRY Interior Frisco Decorator Graining Ete MoKINNKY KY CUT FLOWERS Of all kinds always on hand Prices rea onnblf Hpectnl attention to funeral or wedding orders CHHIHMAN OHURNHOUHR Kd Hubbard Prop Stanford Kjr Jesse W Sweeney FBOrBIKTOB 4vuq reed sad Halo stable Lancaster Ky Eczema is Curable ZEMO e scientific preparation tei external uik Stops Itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly yields and is permanently cured t y this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for Jam pie EWRosoMedCoStLoulsMo Pennys Drug Store CooperPeDoiDjItOD Fire and Life Insurance Representing old and cstnblUhcd Corn panics Odd Follows Building Stan tonI Ky I POSTED strictlyforbhlhuntlnpshtngoran1 passing on our places end will protooute vi olators to the full extent of the law Alex Cooper Mrs Puppies Sir WRiter Warren Mrs Mettle While Hlmpton llros Tlusley Hpoonanior W Carter lieu I Martin M K Lawrence Uviilion Curtis JK looker J M 1cttui T A Klce Morgan Gbappell Anwndt MohneRer Jrrm Herrlll Jl Jtbltzclaw O V Hasty MrsJK Pulllam K I Iulllain Peter Mrs Katherlno Ador lIltlIrt lRslon Ashleyt OJlllllnon Jaunts NOaab Carter O Mnnek Joseph llnllou- M n Jus llalnes J HCnmenlach Dr J O Onrpentttr Mrs Jlebeccn Carpenter W V A M JH Thompson Thomas Kerrlll Jas It Hkldmort David rumen J II Hunch MC Htchanlson Krnit Miss MattW Jltratf KclohfnUtcti limo Fred VonOnjcjngan ItFOaifw TraylorldlburnOooch Fred Uauniann Hlohard Nester Dunn Henry Hester NunutlleyV11 Janis J W Ilauitbinan J K lIrucJOflrU MrsMaryJTOIvensJohn JobnOamelllacu WmOordler Dun Traylor 3L D Klinorv Mrs N II U ode O K Tate David Htovens John Jurer ItO Durham W OUout- OotllliOllck Fred Handorf Adeline Craig Obrlstlitn Jacob JJ Thompson D M Anderson 11 Mowr Mr and Mrs Jas H Ends A Klluisn lJrNJlIorton lognnMmW H DauRhcrty Frank Conllor Rev Father leo DrOO IVrry Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE COI No I acres on the Woyneiburz pike near Highland Brooin house barn andoth er outbuildings nice orchard This property 1s near and schoolhouse is well worth the I1N- or1G1acreYndleaHouth of Oral Or hard on the State road his a twostory ouse good barn orchard and Is well water ed about lea acre of this land Is bottom- land and produces flue crops A bargain at iSuO J4 cash balance In one and two year- sNoaill acres on Iliick near Way nesburg roont house bans and other out mliaitus plenty of water Cash price IS kuNoaIO acres near Level Green Hock initletoiimy Ky Tide farm has n new tory frame house would cost to build now 3000 good darn crib Ac located near ihurch nnd school This Is n nice home and clln hOper acre Jf club re ualnderln H months No 6ltcJ acres adjoining the above farms 00 acres In ell ing of rooms good barn and other outbuildings nice orchard Ono of the county Price H bait cashbalance and tears No 8II acres adjoining farms Nos and 10 acres In cultivation balance In tim er Good white oak hickory and some line edar Has 2story log huso and good orch trti well watered Caste price 3uoo No 1 tX acres near Maretsburg Ky Ito ores In cultivation good dwelling house arn and necessary outbuildings nile water end school church and R H station Price H cash balance In ono and two years No8tIC acres near Oonway Ky nearly of this farm Is bottom land Ono for corn and meadow j very good dwelling house new arn and other buildings on county road t altos from llerea College Cash price tV 011Noahutcres on Drakes oreelrJ S milesp fro IIi Orab Orcbard oln plko and Is a part of the Oeo Evans farm fhls Is line land and In good condition all eeessary buildings This Is a bargain at eeo per acre Nd I W Bcresi near Lice shape with a necessary bulldingsetc- nn be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the above farms see or write R Hughes or ames I Wbltestanfordt S d 1DiD you ever sit around outside r your house on a Sunday after noon or of an evening maybe and watch the paint and see it go when it ought to beholding on tight Some paints are so poor that you can almost see them as they dry out and crumble and powder and blow away Why do they do this Why does this happen Something the matter with the materialstoo much lead maybe or poor oilor not scientifically ground and mixed might have been good materials but not balancedright for wear At this store we make it our business to KNOW what paint will wear because it pays us to handle the kind that pays you And thats why we handle MOUND CITY HORSE SHOE BRAND HOUSE PAINT made of pure lead and zinc and linseed oil the necessary drier and coloring matterandnothing J else atom of of it is I 1andfloors andstepsone for borders around rugsone for screens one for buggies another for wagons and one for practically every other purpose The best place in this town to buy paint is the place where they know most about paint and can help you and advise you what particular paint to use for the purpose how to get the surface ready how to put it on and all that things you naturally want to know to get the best results So if you want the best paint and the best paint service and you do if you come here come here For Sale by The New Stanford Drug Co The New PerfectionI Wick Blue Flanje Oil Cook Stoves Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Get His Pricesi BeechNutlBred Sliced Bacon Try ono of these If not satisfactory return it and get ypur roonfy back GEORGE H FARRIS t THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGERj EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOROBATIO Adorinas FoxI- sa handsome large young Jersey Dull de scended from long and unbroken lint of the most noted bulls and cows on the Is land of Jersey England and America Ills sire Is one of the best bulls ever Imported his dam Is a show cow that oundsotrich milk In ono day If you be 1I1V6 Jllte bgel Like or the Ltkoneuof some Ancestor and have a strictly cow you should avail yourself of his service He will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows out herd fhb year for n fee of oomolebrektleeagageltaLIUY rY1TCitlpg Telephone 80 Kt N RWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices Fooled 1Choicepoints A8J hand Hired by Wonder 720 and out of Oberault Jennet Si I Wonder was slredbyllolknapheby Imported Importedliena Sumner county Tenn and Is a great In weeptakohues n any moPs blue ties to his credit See Uholco Goods before you breed Ho will serve Jennet at 110 to In surt living coltsI p 4 s Will stand two other Jacks at to Insure Will colt also stand the magnificent draft stal lion Uoorg Herrat to Insure a Hying colt SL H IJA OilMAN Htnnford Kt11 S