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I w t THE INTERIOP JOURNAL d I VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1908 NO 52 IMATRIMONIAL Dr K W Dyche and Miss Margaret FUh were married at Mt Vernon Harry K Thaw denied a report that he Intendrd tiling a suit for divorce Miss Olive Wilds and William Powell popular young people of Nlcholaavlllo were married last week John S Williamson aged 48 and Mlu Anna Hall 18 both of Sturgif Ky were married at Evansville Ind Lee Hampton deputy Insurance com missioner at Frankfort will be married tomorrow to Miss Kleth Vansant in Mercer county Dr B Doraey Winchester of Louli ville and Miss Ina Brent Moody a trained nurse were married while the groom lay at the point of death The marriage was the culmination of a roo ymane which began at the city hospital where both were stationedIMr G T Helm announces the mar nags of his daughter Mice Halite Klrt ley to Mr Thomas Marion Riley of Newport Ky September 6th at four oclock In the afternoon Owing to the recent bereavement In the family It I will be a quiet home wedding andonly tT the near relatives will be present son of Squire W D Wallin of the East End was married last week to Miss Roberta Davis the pretty daughter of Dr S a Davis of Mt Vernon The groom is a sober In dustrious and clever young man and hit brldo Is one of Mt Yemens finest young ladles Wo with them a long happy and successful married life When the Stomach Heart or Kid- S ney nerves get weak then these organ always fall Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That Is simply a mnkoshlft Get a prescription known to Drujrgjsts everywhere as Dr Shoops Ilcstora tire The Rwloratlvo Is prepared expressly for those weak Inside nerves Strengthens these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Ueitorutivo tablets or liquid and see how quick ly help will come Sold by Pennys Drug Store And now Mr Taft Is oil for a fish- Ing trip at Middla Bass Island Lake Erie Everybody works but Bill and he plays all the time Thu voter whose every effort Is for bread for himself and family will not take kindly to a man who takes life so frivolously Frank fort Journal Weak womon should read rnyl3ook No 4 for Women It tells of Dr 4 Shoops Night Cure Tells how these soothing healing antiseptic supposi tortes bring quick and certain help Tho nook Is free Address Dr Shoop Haclne Wls Pennys Drug StoreT4At Minerva Mason county John Bruce aged 20 years shot and killed his father Lewis Bruce 45 years old The elder Bruce It is said had attack I ed his wife when his son Interfered and shot him with the fatal result stat ed Font SALE Stock of merchandise and nxturcsabout 2000for sale In good Lincoln county town and doing nice business Write or phono this of flee HAIR BALSAMrianw ot IYmuw1 a tautt t oQ On7 fJlorCt At Public Sale A VERY DKSIRAllLE e BLUE GRASS FARM ti One Mite from Stanford Ky AI UJllcutorl of the will of W Cllvoni Hr deceased nnd aI agents for till duvUees we will on 8ATUHDAYrElTlI at 8 oclock r toll on the prumliei nt imlillo motion to the bidder the farm on which MrMeryUGiven reitded soresntMtuatrd on turnpIke about one mile from Stanford and a halt mile of the Htanford Graded Hchool The Improvement consist of n residence containing 8 room betide hall also oommodlotu barns nnd other outbuilding About onelllllfof the fnrm li in grass and all under Rood fence The 101111 well adnptod for tobncco hemp end the other crops to this lection Poi session toe seeding purposes will bo given ni soon at tho condition of growing crops will permit end full poiioulon Jan VTKUK8 Onethird cash remainder In two equal Installments In one and two years with interest from day of with option to the purchaser to pay ell cash A good general warranty deed will be made on receipt cash payment and notes of purchaser itsOeorgeC Glveni W liven B W and Agents i All persons having a claim against the estate Mary 0Glvni aro nqueited to present tame to me II W Glreni agent yt1 ROBERT W ARTINI His death at Blttntngham Ala has cast a gloom over this entire commun- Ity where he was well known and love ed He was born In this county Nov 9 1865 and from his early youth dls played those noble trait of character that called from his friends In later years the highest respect and admire tion Ills trueness to his friends his faithfulness in the discharge of his duty and his perfect devotion to his aged parents for whom he cared tenderly are indeed worthy of emulation It can truly be said of him that he possessed all of the necessary attributes that are characteristic of an ideal young manHe had been In tho service of the L N for nearly 20 years and the high esteem in which he was held was fully attested when over 1200 of his friends gathered in Birmingham to pay their respects to his memory The expres sions of love and sympathy that were manifested In tho beautiful floral de signs were sufficient If that were pos sible to alleviate tho sorrow of his loved ones His parents were expecting him for a visit and when the sad news of his dreadful fate reached them it seemed more than they could bear It was indeed touching to read the letter he had one of Ills comrades write them after he realized his condition trying to console them and showing In such a beautiful way his thoughtfulness of them When tho sad message came of tho terrible accident his brother T T Martin at once hastened to his bedside but found his spirit had gone to tho God who gave It Tho B of L E of which he was a valued member tender ly cared for him and did all that was In human power to alleviate his suitor ings He Is survived by his parents Mr and Mrs Alex Martin two sisters Mesdames W R Mocker and W S HolUclaw and Messrs T T J F and W P Martin for whom great sympa thy Is felt Iris remains were accom panied by Mr and Mrs J P Glenn Knoxville Messrs Joeit John Feath crstone Ed Dudderar Frank Lindsay Joe Daugherty Fred Graves George Rue and Horace Ramsey To his loved ones wo would say Mourn not for Robert whose life de clared That he had nobly borne hfs part For victorys golden crown he wears Reserved In heaven for his faithful heart- Mourn not for Robert who calmly lies By Gods own hand composed to rest For hark a voice from yonder sky Proclaims him blest supremely blest A FRIEND IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The handsome residence of L L PIckett at Wllmore burned to the groundDr R Thompson a wellknown physician of Tilnckville Washington county Is dead John Graves was acquitted at his ex amining trial at ML Vernon of the kill ing of Brack Thacher Sister Mary Lawrence died after a long illness at St Catherine of Sienna Academy near Springfield- At Harrodsburg George McChord colored aged 12 years was shot and a most instantly killed by Berry Graves aged 10 Graves claims tho killing was accidentAbe who was charged with killing a workman on the Southern Railway at Harrodsburg and who was given a life time sentence In the peni tentiary has been pardoned by Acting Governor Cox A Danville dispatch says Thomas Fife colored was adjudged insane and qrdered to the Lexington asylum It was proven that Insanity was caused by his drinking a full glass of blindtiger whisky This Is the second case discov red here in the past two days ServedcolTeothe now coffee substitute known to grocers every where as Dr Shoopa Health Coffee will trick oven a colleo export Not a grain of real coffee in It either Puro healthful toasted grains malt nuts etc have been BO cleverly blended as to gfvo a wonderfully satisfying cof fee taste and flavor And It is made In amlmite too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Pennys Drug Store A tiny fouryearold was spending a night away from home At bedtime she knelt at the knee of her hostess to say her prayers expect ing the usual prompting Finding Mrs B unable to help her out she concluded thus Please God acme mo I cant remember my prayers and Im staying with a lady who dont know any Home Herald Grayson county is so poor that it is necessary for a man who lives there to teal a little to keep body and soul together says Bert Bkaggs a convict in the Frankfort penitentiary NEWS NOTES Fire at Lane Idaho did damage es timated at 100000 Col Tom J Landrum formerly of Louisville Is dead in Chicago Oil has been struck on James B Hagglns Elmendorf farm in Fayette Louisville secured the convention of tho Associated Advertising Clubs for 1909 John Henry Briggs a millionaire cat tie raiser shot and killed himself at his home in Attica Ind An 18 year gld Negro who had at tempted to assault a white girl was hanged by a mob near Murfreesboro Tenn Fillmore Tyson chief of the fire de partment of Louisville was elected president of the Internatloual Associa tion of Fire Engineers Rev I B Milligan pastor of the FIrst Presbyterian church at Canton 0 and wellknown In the State both as a mnlster and golf player killed him selfThe grand jury at Owensboro has indicted James II Parrish J Otis Parrish and Isaac N Parrish on charges connected with the recent bank failures in that city Dr Leroy S Chadwick husband of the famous Cassle Chadwick filed a petition in bankruptcy Most of his debts grew out of his wifes remarka ble financial transactions- A call for assistance a loss of a mil GaIa South Carolina and parts of Georgia and 30 lives lost summarizes the flood conditions in the South IIUIhis train a few miles South of Fulton The conductor fired six shots into the Negro who died Instantly After a long search for a nan with a pug nose who held him up on the night of April 29 and robbed him of 207 all tho money he had in tho world William Williams 73 years old has identified Perry S Mauck as being his assallapt The body of Miss Mary Field Verne a Louisville society girl was found in Lake Michigan at Chicago She had been a sufferer from melancholia and was taken to Chicago sanitarium Aug 1 It is supposed that she ended her life by drowning After reaching the highest stage since 1888 the floodwaters at Augusta Ga began to recede The rain has ceasedand it Is believed there will be no further damage The property losses will aggregate anywhere be tween 750000 and 1000000 In a proclamation Gov Fort of New Jersey declares that unless the excise law Is observed In Atlantic City which ho Balls a saturnalia of vice end all saloons and cafes closed tightly he will call an extraordinary session of the Legislature and may send the State troops to the famous resort The Atlantic City palico decline to accept the story that Charles Roberts who was shot while on the boardwalk with Mrs William S G Williams was tho victim of a highwayman and are industriously trying to ascertain the whereabouts of Mr Williams on that day Friends of both Roberts and Wil llama deny that the latter was in any way responsible for the shooting August tlmo tolls on the nerves But that spirit less no ambition feel ing can bo easily and qutcky altered by taking what is known by druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restora lye Within 48 hours after beginning to use the Restorative Improvement will be noticed Of course full health will not Immedlatolyre urn Thegaln however will surely follow And best of all 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 ace how quickly health will bo yours again Sold by Pennys Drug Store Capt Peter C Halns of the United States army who shot and killed Wil liam E Annie at Baystde L I and Copt Rains brother T Jenkins Halnea were arrainged in Long Island City on a charge of murder Both wero held without ball The killing created a big sensation in the East Annis wns charg edby Capt Hains with being intimate with his wif- elttentlon r Asthma Sufferers I Foleya Honey and Tar will give mmediato relief to asthma sufferers and has cured many oases that had refused to yield to other treatment Foloya Honey and Tar Is the est remedy for coughs colds andan throat and lung trouble Contains no harmful drugs New Stanford Drug loMore thin 50000000 Is spent In London in charity annually HUSTONVILLE In a pretty contest here Saturday the Hustonvllle ball team defeated More land by a score at 5 to 4 Transylvania Presbytery will convene here Sept 8 and 9 and a large crowd and interesting meeting Is expected- A magnificent farm of about 200 acres with splendid Improvements de sirable locality on pike can be bought worth the money of Williams Co R S Bohon and Master Rane of Decatur III were with relatives here Master Cecil Bohon has returned to his home in Illinois after spending the sum mer with relatives hero While working Tils garden Matt Rey nolds struck a large Mocassin snake with his hoe lIe was astounded to see 38 young snakes rush from the parents mouth all of which he killed Next The recent rains approached the suburbs of this dry metropolis and the atiflling dust will stimulate tho prayers of the righteous for one of the Rev Burkes clod soakers and gully wash ers at an early date Mr and Mrs T J Robinson are vis lUng relatives in Missouri Mr ONeal wire and sisterinlaw Miss Wharton are guests of McKee Rife and wife Mrs Jesse Stage and daughters are visiting at Will Riffei Monday morning John Spears found a bundle of switches and a note signed Night Riders on his front porch Ills curiosity to know who they were led him to secure Lairs bloodhounds and they followed the trail to a neighboring house thus confirming Mr Spears idea that it was all a joke and he enjoyed It as much as the perpetra torsOur city fathers will be petitioned at their next meeting to enforce the ordi nanpc requiring property owners to provldo and maintain side walks that will be acceptable to the street com mittee If the ordinance is not com plied with in 30 days the council will take steps to enforce it Main and Dan villa streets have places that are a die grace to RIffetown Much interest is being manifested in the meeting at the Presbyterian church conducted by Rev Lawson of Spring field He Is an able expounder of the Masters word and his work is adding members to the congregation Ho is ably assisted by the pastor Rev C R Blain Rev W S Mills filled his pulpit here Sunday He expects to return in September with his family and remain with us Mr and Mrs Hodman Keenon of Harrodsburg are with relatives here Mrs Wm Gibson and son of Flem ingsburg are visiting Mrs Jennie Car penter J H McAlister wife and lit tie daughter of Way Miss spent last week with friends in the West End Mrs T J Foster of Stanford was the guest of her sister Mrs T J Bohon Henry Salleo and wife of Danville were at Dr Bohons Sunday Mrs Ann Lipps widow of D M LIpps died last week after a brief illness She was a Virginian by birth but most of her married life had been spent in Kentucky She was the mother of nine children all living Judge Fait French of Winchester a cousin and Judge Wells and wife tho latter a sister were hero at the burial Mrs LIpps was n lifelong member of the Methodist church The funeral services were conducted by Revs J M Cook and Randolph Blain A good woman a devoted mother and a devout Chris tian has gone to her reward 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 womanly pains headache pains any where Write Dr Shoop Racine Wig for free trial to prove value of his Headache or Pink Pain Tablets Sold by Pennys Drugstore The International Harvester Company has made arrangements to promote an insurance company of which only the 30000 employes of the company will hold policies The company will contribute 50000 to the fund If 75 per cant of its employes join the associa lion She Likes Good Things Mrs Chas E Smith of West Frank Ins Maine says I like good things and have adopted Dr Kings Now Life pms 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 lye Drug Store 25 Sawdust is turned Into transportable fuel in Germany by a very simple trocces It is heated under high steam pressure until the resinous ingredients become sticky when It is pressed into bricks The Holder convict bill providing fort termination of the coavict lease sys tem In Georgia phased the House of Representatives by a vote of 99 to 58 CLEARANCE SALE I I In order t011akeroo for the large stock of fIl FALLarid WINTER Goods that is to coma in soon we willsell all Bummer Clothes at Cost Mens Youths slid Boys SuitS Mens Ladies and Childrens Oxfords at COt d M Mens 50c Underwear at 39c Mens 25c Underwear at J9c 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 SEND ijE A BOX TODAY No need to ask any woman if she likes Candy if you buy the kind we sellTo please her and to prove your discriminating taste be sure the name on the box is Lowneys t artPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters one North Broadwaywe aro obliged to seek n new location To avoid tho great expense andrisk of taking down loading hauling and resetting in the new show room we propose erecting we oiler the largest as sortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky i 80 Monuments 128 Headstones 85 Markers at most attractive prices Persons who may wish to purchase later in the year could order now and have their work reserved for future delivery Wm Adams C Son 142 North Hroodway Lexington K- yesMence1oS1eI I desire to sell my residence on Portman Avenue This is a nosy mod ern uptodate house4 rooms and bath room below 2 rooms and hall above hot and Cold water in bath Zoom and kitchen Hot water heat allover the house This is the best and most economical heat that isjknowu today for a residence Good Stable and Garden Price 2000 SH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best andPur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts DXUOCISJ 0 The Interior Journal b es WALTON i MCARTYtIs a candidate for Hherlft of roun tr subject to tire notion ot the democratic party M S BAUGHMAN Ii a cnntlldntafor Sheriff of lilncoln count s ublectto the notion of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER Is candidate for Jailer of Democratsubject to the notion of the party M BRUCE- Is a candidate for Jailer of Democratabject to the action of the party JAMES cHAya subctdto Seforction ot of the Lincoln Democratic rount party DINK FARMER Ii it candidate for the Democratic nomina tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action the democratic party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty lubject to theuctloif of Undemocratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska For Vice President John Worth Kern of Indianat For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county r for County Judge John Sam Owsley Jr ForJaller- ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE TilE trip of Judge William H Taft from Hot Springs Va to Middle Bass Island was converted into a political campaigning tour by the crowds that greeted the candidate at every stop and demanded speeches At Athens 0 where Mr Taft topped to address a gathering of veterans he was in duced to make a political speech to the Taft Club and discussed the issues of the campaign at some length WE believe the democrats of the Seventh district made a mistake in taming down Congressman Press Kim ball for a renomination Ho served his constituency faithfully and well and p was entitled to endorsement He is a better man and a better democrat than Campbell Cantrill who would never have been heard of outside of his county had he not been a son of Judge James E Cantrill DID you ever notice how many post offices are robbed just before presiden tial elections I If you have not keep an eye open The offices at Pittsburg and Wilraore were each entered last week and a goodly amount secured Cm it be that the enemy is taking such a method of raising campaign money 7 Surely not- SENATOR WILLIAM LINDSAY of Frankfort is speaking for Bryan and Kern and ExGov David B Hill of New York will take the stump in a few weeks They are all coming back and democracy will win in November sure and certain So mote it be DEFEATED for U S Senator andla ter meeting a Waterloo in the gubernatorial race ExSenator E W Car mack of Tennessee will now try his hand at journalism On yesterday he became editor in chief of the Nashville Tennessean POLITICAL Bath county democrats organized a Bryan and Kern club 140 strong Kenton county Republicans nominat ed Leslie T Applegate for Common wealths Attorney The Republicans have announced that a fight would ba made to elect Con gremen in all of the close districts of the Southern States- Representative A 0 Stanley of the Second district says the democrats will k carry every Congressional district in the State except the 11th The Republican National Campaign Committee has announced that its speakers will be paid their expenses during the present campaign Hon T P Reed will be a candidate for the democratic nomination for Representative In Boyle county He has twice represented that county in LegislatureJudge Mrs Taft and Master Charlie Taft were cad presented with a loving cup by the guests at Hot Springs Va where the candidate spent the past two months It is reported in Washington that Charles P Taft has purchased a con trolling interest in the Baltimore Sun a that recently declared for the Republican ticket i f e Mr Bryan will make two speeches i IndJmsa we at Evansville Sapterabe 10 andoneon September 96 at a plac e yet to be elected Judge ORear is to have opposition for appelate judge James K Roberts williIThe Indiana State Convention of the Independence League will be held Indianapolis on Thursday Mr His gen and William R Hearst will be thereThe Republican Campaign Committee is sending letters to cbrporation 9 asking contributions and suggests that the law be evaded by having the check made out by the officers as individuals John Mitchell and a large number of prominent labor leaders have indorsed the attitude of Samuel Compere on thi political situation A number of labor leaders will speak for the Democratic c national ticket The statement Is made that whe- Hon James B McCreary retires as Senator next March he will be appointed president of the Peace and Arbitra don League with headquarters in New York ata salary of 7500 a year The position is for life It was announced at Republican Na tional Headquarters in New York that all Senators members of Congress State and county officers or others who are benefited by the Republican politi cal organization will be asked to make up a volunteer speaking force for the Cantrill has the majority of accredited delegates for the Democrat ic congressional convention to be held at Lexington next Thursday to nomi nate u candidate for Congress in the Seventh district At the massconven tions Saturday he tarried the counties of Scott Owen Franklin Henry and Oldham with a delegate vote of 57 His opponent W P Kimball Congressman has the prima facia credentials from Fayette Bourbon and Woodford with 47 votes CHURCH MATTERS The first recorded mention of gold is in the second chapter of Genesis 4004 B CRev T W Barker will preach at Neals Creek next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclockaRev Bradford will preach each night this week at the Methodist church at Highland Next Sunday will be the last Sunday for this conference year at the Methodist church Rev J Murra Taylor will fill his pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday morning next Rev J H Stambaugh pastor of the Southside Christian church at Lexing ton has received and accepted a call to the pastorate of the First Christian church at Marion III TilE Highland Methodist church was dedicated Sunday with impressive cere monies Presiding Elder J R Howes of Barbourville preached the dedicatory sermon from the second and third verses of the 15th chapter of Corinth ians At the conclusion of the able dis course he called Trustees J H Butt C M Young and E G Baugh tothe rostrum and asked them if the church was out of debt They replied In the negative and a collection amounting to about 225 was taken from the vast au dience This more than paid off the indebtedness and the church was then dedicated to the Lords service A song and benediction followed after which the crowd was invited to a shady nook near a bubbling spring where an elegant dinner was spread There was an abundance of the best of everything to- eat and everybody was well cared for The writer had the pleasure of dining with the families of Messrs Will Field and W M iMatheny and he fared sumptuously It was a great day at Highland and the home people andI those from a distance who were present will not soon forget it While dozens of the members have worked In season and out for the new church building Mrs C M Young has probably collected more monepr than any other personI The foundation of the new Highland Methodist church was laid in 1904 but many obstacles prevented the comple tion of the building until a few months ago The membership is neither a large nor a wealthy one and the lack of funds greatly retarded the work Rev P H Ebright the aged pastor who has been with the church for the past three years was probably the happiest man on the grounds It is his last work as a pastor for after this month he goes on the superanuated roll and he wanted to see the church turned over to God before he quit the ministry He is a fine old gentleman and his labor in the Masters vineyard has been well rewarded For Sore Feet- I have found Bucklens Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to usefor sore feet as well as for healing burns lores cuts and all manner of abra sions1 writes Mr W Stone of feast Poland Maine It is the proper thing too for plies Try it Sold under guar anted at Pennys Drug Store i5c Lieut Gen Alexander P Stewart of the Confederate States army died Sunday at Biloxi Miss Death was due to the infirmities of old age 1t iYfYaerxs9t1t- n Excellent Health Advice Mrs M M Daviion of No 37S Ol ford Ave San Jose Cal says tThe worth of Electric Bitter as a general family remedy for headache blllou nets and torpor of theliver and bowels is so pronouncedthat I am prompted to say a word in its favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such affllc nIlona There Is more health for the dl gestlve organs in a bottle of Elegy trlc Bitters than In any other remedy I know of II Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60c While the majority of the members of tho New Orleans fire department were at a picnic fire broke out in the wholesale business district Before a sufficient force had been assembled to fight the flames three blocks were swept and the loss is estimated at be tween 1000000 and 2000000 anyncase or is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more Nev Stanford Drug Co They who say that men cannot shop buyingMASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge Xo F A AM will meet In stated communication on each tint and third Monday nights of each month ut 73 oclock In their hall on Main street Mien ford Ky Members ot sister lodges are fra PennyW INSURANCEitre ualdent None but the BTHONOKHT and BMT Companies Represented Lowest Pos able Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying Reo ltd Unequalled Talk with Kentuckyt Splendid Blue Grass Farm for Sale 1 Aa executor ot Mrs L J Cloyd I will offer 111ale at public outcry on the premises al ut 10 A X Tuesday Hcpt the nagnincent blue grass farm of about gas acres of which she dlwl possessed It Is sit uatea In Lincoln county Ky on a turn pike about 2H miles from McKlnnvy and about the saute distance from lluitonvllle Tba Improvements consist of a twostory frame dwelling large barn dou ble crib buggy house tenunt house al necessary outbuildings cistern stock scales etc In grass but about 75 acres It Is near good schools churches and n railroad station on the A Orecent railway The hand Is to be surveyed Possession for seeding purposes will be given us soon as the terms of sale are complied with and of the whole tract Jan 1st hid At least one third of the purchase price mutt be paid In cash and terms as to balance will bo arrang ed to suit purchaser This Is one of the best farms In Lincoln county For further particulars addressJ PAXTON Executor Htanford Ky J P Chandler Au- ctBridge Letting I The undersigned cummliiee of the Lin coln Oounty bcnl Court will receive sealed bids untilUMHept IIIls for abutments sills and flooring for a bridge over lIuck Oreek near the residence of Hunley Ooocti The abutments and wing walls to be of con crete cement to be the best Portland ce ment Grouting to be made of gravel In the proportion cf part of Portland cement and parts gravel i Plenty grovel very close to place The abutments to Iw 8 fet at bottom tapering to t feet at top and feet long and id feet In clear from bank to bunk tr abutments wing wall to be upstream none down stream to set at an angle of 44 degrees to the abutment to be It Inches thick nt abutment and to taper to Inches at approach and to be same height of abutment The abutments supposed to be 8 feet In height from solid rock founda tion If necessaryto be higher will pay In feet or yard An Iron rod to be placed at each corner of abut ment feet In concrete and to project Inches above with threads and nuts sills and bridge Hills to be of white oak M feet long If hewn to be 0 In number Inches wide and Inches thick If sawed 8 In number nineties wide and Inches thick Flooring to be of white oak U feet long and t Incite thick and to be lJarrhtertC1 with black oak poles set In forks of mulberry or black locust posts Kids will be received on concrete separate from flooring sills and barristers or ns a committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids IIld to be riled with O Ii Cooper Htanford Ky O B Cooper J H Owiley W H Uarch Committee PUBLIC SALE Having recently sold my tine Blue Grass farm and In view of prospective Induce ments elsewhere TIIUJu iAYBtIT24TII- eU all of my property In this county which Is 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 Is full of the bet wheat that I have been able to buy since I have been In the milling bUll nest Mill Is run by steam and has an abundant su ly of water Also a com modious dwelling with all the lots attached necessary ng I wltbln or louyard of milL The house contains 7 rooms con venlently arranged with back porch con crete and concrete cellar A No good cistern In back and well In the kitchen and all necessary outbuildings Property Is situated at McKinney on the Q A U rail road a main thoroughfare from the North to Mouth 10 miles South of Danville and 80 mite North of Somerset Red one of the best klndAIwnhdoor This Is opportunity to secure a good Roller Mill at a My person ally consists of 40 good Xyear old cuttle weight lKO or 00 poundlorClmllk cows and calve 85 nice ouchhorsesbruno one good gentle family mareTyear old a nice of large brood mares In foal to Jacks a 01 pair of work mules and mule colts do or 75 bogs sows and pigs and some sheep All of my farming Implements com MowingMachineucond hand haylmler lIcrecof corn ew to 1uu tastes of nice timothy hay u good straw rick Hale will bo at the farm miles from McKlnneyon time Htanford A Hustoitvllle pike Parties desiring to look at mill property can get off train at McKinney und or one of my son will take pleasure In show ing them through the plant and take care of you while here Partita desiring to attend beforethelrconmingandfished Beet IJarzoo nnd last Jut not least iargnlns salePossession Xr1ep The Truth whoNsuhfeting ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis case can find rcliefand be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid lot externaluse All druggists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE JeIInno clinkers Write or call on us before buy lug your coal JtcKINNKY COAL A FKK1 CO K OUooohMgr McKINNEY MAAILEAGAANITE WORKS Jacobs Ir Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Qralill and Marble Monuments KlrttVinii Work at neaionable Prices Office and Works McKinney Ky Shop closed on Baturday A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I I will sell privately my farm of acres plkltowill received until Rapt III Forty acres of this farm lie upon the title of said pike and the balance with n good trick residence unit other on the East- side Will remitter bids for the whole tract furclllltrwhopurposesthefjlunford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken Cyn tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whrthera low evenln8clothewhich plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will olio take your meat ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Knit and Winter sent pies on hand ready for your Inspection HO RUPLBY The Tailor Stanford Ky Stock of Mircliindlst for Sill In Mlllidgtvllls I As assignee of Ncee Compton for the her creditors will offer At pri trots sale her stock of merchandise consist Ing of such articles us are usually found In a general store EDWARD AIX7OHN Alslgnee Hustonvllle K- yCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of concreting as Work iavements and In fact wr can nuke any thing from a house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee firstclass pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yWeak Women To weak and alUnr woven hers U at lest WIlT to help But with that way two treatment must be combined OB Is loess ens U constltt DGL but both UI Imp both mtntlilDr flhoops Nlfbt Cure Is the Dr Stoops Restoratlre the ConstltotlOBAl The forasr Dr Sboops Nl ht Cure Is a topical ameous ssabnasi suppository nnedr whf4Dr- abcopsabwxstlveIs wholly an Internal treat meat 1be BeIortln reca throGSboaa the satire sym seeking the repair of all un- all tlSRM and all blood ailment Tb tNlthtCur u Its name implies doer Ita work while you sleep It soothes sore aadlnfliBfc ed mucous snrfeers bMb local weakness and dlscharaes whll tin Kestontlr eases newest etusicat rites renewed vigor and butldl up wasted Ussne appng mewed Pr SootIsstondve1sblworUquldaft general tmle so thi7Sta For potlUT local helP sus u- uDr vShoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE The State University Lexington Ky The Btate University Lexington Ky fer the following coune namellAllr cui turalMechanlcal n En- gIneering Electrical Knglue rlng Mining ngtneerlng Clasicalandseven Hclentlnc courses of which extends over four ears and leads to a llachelorl degree also a Department of law and a Department of Education last has been established instead of the Normal Hchool Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced work In peda oc and are granted n Each lors degree in this subject when completed The Academy for preparatory Instruction Is retained County appointees recleve free tuition privilege of residence In the dormitories el and traveling expenses If they remain ten consecutive months oronecollegl ate The laboratories and museum are large well equl pedcomuprehenslveand modern illlltary Hclence Is fUU for as reo qulred Congress The graduates In the several courses of tully readily find employment with literal remuneration The total numberof mntrlc flateeforlast yrnr was H78 Each dcjlart nent has a specialist at Its head with the necessary number of assistants women find an excellent home HallIculture at 3ou per week All courses of stud9 In the University are open to women on Identical conditions with those applying to tnale The completion of the Agricultural Mln builingss nrtordlamrapleandncoirniaUbuf quarters for these departments which are Increasing in the of matrlo ulnksFor catalogues methods of obtaining appointments information regarding courses and terms of admission sip to JAMES K PATTER ON Ph D President or to U U PJIAZEJC Easiness Term Begins Sept 10 108 I rtM flflflOUflGGfllGfltl First day of the first FALL month and we are beginning to tell you what we shall have Our Clothing Stock we feel is always as well made the 11 Fabric as Good as Anybodys This time the quality is as good as ever the t prices no higher but the general styles are indeed beautiful Long Coats deep center 1 vents broad heavily padded shoulders cuff on sleeve large and beautiful buttons on vest with flaps ollli every pocket Pants full bloomer style 4inch turn up bottom with beautiful t WATCH FOB to match each Suit Theyare beauties ComeYt and see them H J McROBERTSr STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln My national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIERtJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER HC CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIFtmOTORSt J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Frcachcnville Lilburn Gooch GilbcrU Creek irsl Tfational tankStanford JCy OryanixiJ 3S2 CaJock SSOOOO Surf fat and ndiudtJ ProMt SSOOO- Jffet f paid in Dividends tines Organization 2U500 fnoili tfeu Jfccounts on Our TJftril OFFICERS J S Hocker PresldenlIS T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberls Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cache WWSaunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS j F Reid J H BtBghmtD M D Elniore J M Pettns S H Baughman jIr CuramiDs S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker C E Tate Summer Vacation Trips V- IAUEENCRESCENT ROUTE To Tlin Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale H you Intend sung a trip flu out Heck and null for Information H C KINO Co P A101 East Main St Lexington Ky I Name Address Destlnatlalr ltJ The Interior Journal BTA1tro8D KT BEIT 1 1908 NEW assortment of local view post- cafda at Pennya Drug Store PERSONALS Miss NANCY YEAGER Is with Lancas friendsMiss BALLOU was In Cinch nati last week DR W M DoonEs of Crab Orchard Is very Ill with pneumonia- MR GEORGE MCALISTER of Mt Sterling Is hero for a few days Miss BROWNLEE of Jcrseyville III it the guest of Miss Esther Burch MR G A PEYTON of MIddlesboro spent a few daya with friends here MR II H COLLIER of Louisville la visiting his parents at Crab Orchard of this has KlrklvlllelMRS MillerINR W F JONES and son IK of Arabia were callers at this office Saturday REV W S GRINSTEAD came over from Versailles yesterday to visit his daughters JESSE TRAYLOR who Is headquarter ed at Livingston spent Sunday with his wlfo In the East End and children returned MRS J M RANKIN Saturday from a visit to Pu Iwkl county relatives t MRS ANNA VANARSDALE who has been visiting friends In Harrodsburg returned homo Friday I MESSRS W B BURTON and John M Farra of Lancaster passed through Friday to the London fair JUDGE STERLING F GRIMES of Cuero Texas arrived yesterday to visit his brother Mr W P Grimes MRS JOSEPH HARKINS and Miss Marie Harkins of Prcstonburg are the KUMta of Miss Sara Baughman t Miss MYRTLE ESTES of Crab Orchard will be the guest of her aunt Miss Mattie Eates for several weeks MRS lL INNIS and little son Raymond of Bellflower are visiting ofthe family of Mr Eo S SpooDamore DR M M PiiiUJrs and Mr A C the Crab Orchard Dunn were among people who attended the London fair MR BOWMAN SMITH wife and son relatives It Mcwithwho have been Kinney returned to Morristown Tenn yesterday F A MERSHON and II here M Summertilhome at llaneford Cal McRoRERTS and handsome Daughter Miss LetUe McRoberts portion of Friday of Lancaster spent with Mrs H J McRoberts Stanford was hereofW W WRITE Wednesday looking at some WUmoro properly with a view to locatingWii Jessamine Journalmore nor and children have vacationbeenWith relatives and returned to Louisville Friday Miss ELIZABETH ESTES of Stanford was vl6ltlnit her iMiM Mattie- Eates theat Lancaster Baptist Association at Mt Hebron and Francesa MISSES CLARA COLLIER Orchard IpMt last Redd of Crab friends They will week with London this week for a brief go to Manchester LevensonhaveLincoln county for a health giving waters to Imbibe thedays children leftandLewis lIulllngMrs to relatives to Lln this week for visit countySomcrsot Times coin of MRS Eo CARPENTER MR AND for Missouri wtitinreladfives health and he thinks a help him We hope and associates may he wilt return greatly Improved MISSES Lou HOCKR and Melle Hopper of lIutonvl11e spent Friday and Misses Cooper On friday Evening a number of young people gathered at the hospitable home end spent several hours refreshmentsToothsomeat were served during the evening I LOCALS RINK to night Attend OUr new White and Gold China Farris ATTEND r the masquerade rink Wed nesday nightM- ASQUERADE rink Wednesday night next Three prizes OLD newspapers and brown paper for tale cheap at this office WANTED to rent a form of about 100 acres E W White Stanford LAST before school Masquerade rink at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night next r GET nature and keep well Crab Orchard water should be kept in every home CALL and Inspect oar new Fall line of l Hart Schaffner Marx all woolen clothing Cummins 8 Wearen J JUST received a car of American Wo ven Wire Peace W EPerklea Crab Orchard Ky 4 A GOOD shower fell Sunday after noon greatly helping both crops and kuman beings WARD off the typhoid fever by using Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water It will do It IAN extensive line of Fall and Winter just received Call and tee them ill C Rupley the tailor THE 190ff tax books have been made lout and your taxes are duo Come in T J Hill sheriff IWE will have armload Northern arseiITilE Q C will runes an excursion to TheIday IbR W N wiles baIn his office McRoberts drugstore for a few days Those needing their eyes tested call and see his him ANDMBUIDERAre you going to build this fall 7 If so let me figure with you Work done satisfac torily Will Stone phone 84 TUB Crab Orchard Graded School taxes are due If riot paid by Oct 1 a penalty of 6 per cent will be added M M Perkins treasurer and collector WHEN wantblacksmlthing and repairing done call on W T Miller at Middlcburg Hcvdoes the work quickly and well at the most reasonable prices GIVE us a chance to oyour plumb Ing tinning and repairing We are still at Aldridges old stand and will give prompt attention to all orders W K Warner 6t ALL those owing ice and light bills due Stanford Water Light 8 Ice Co will please call on me at W K War ners tin shop on Depot Street and set tie same Geo P Bright FOR RENT Cottage I now live in Has four rooms hall two porches and cellar and is in good repair All nec essary outbuildings Possession Sept John M Stone Stanford TimE supper given at Rowland Satur day night for the benefit of the Christ ian Union Sunday School was a decided success both socially and financially The amount realized was 2170 Gov LUKE P BLACKBURN often said that he did not believe any ono who used Crab Orchard water regularly would ever have typhoid fever Whites Diamond Brand at all drug stores A B MORGAN a popular young man of the Waynesburg section has bought Mrs Artie Reynolds stock of general merchandise at Waynesburg and is con tlnuln the business at the old stand Dive him a call SPECIAL JUDGEActlni Gov Cox appointed Hon P M McRoberts of this place as special Judge of the Pulaski Circuit Court to conduct- a special term of four weeks to clear up the congested docket BOURNE Biff Bourne of Lancaster died at tho Good Samaritan Hospital Lexington of typhoid fever His wife is ill of the same malady at that retreat for the sick The remains were brought to Lancaster and interred A WEEK ago Thursday Mr Joseph Waddle of Somerset went to Olympian Springs on crutches suffering terribly with rheumatism Last Thursday he returned home cured Speaks pretty well for Sims Olympian Springs Water TUB masquerade rink at Waltons Opera House tomorrow Wednesday night promises to be an interesting and enjoyable occasion A number of skaters have signified their intention of contesting for the prizes You had better be on hand LAMB FOR SLAUGHTER B J Be thurum of Mt Vernon was nominated for Congress by the Eighth district Republican convention at Harrodsburg What Hon Harvey Helm will do to him in November will be a sufficiency Mr Bethurum ought to have learned his lesson two years ago TilE great Somerset fairbegins today and continues over Friday A large delegation will go from Stanford and Lincoln county J R Beazley is already on the grounds with his splendid tying On Thursday and Friday the Q C will run an excursion to Somerset leaving Danville at 730 A M TUB Frankfort State Journal Is sun sing the For Salo Advertisement of The Somerset Journal conspicuously onto editorial page each day This is a kindness of inestimable value to us accentuated fourfold because unsolicit ed or expected This thoughtful chivalrous kindness from Col Walton has no taint of human littleness only the divine desire to help lift a burden from untried shoujdcra and a sorely trlcken heartnoble charact eristics that will make the escutcheon of heaven all the more radiant for him Somerset Journal JU8T received ear of American fenc lag Farris WANTEDTwovery small pigs John Smith care this office FOR SALEA shingle knife axu sash M Speed Peyton Stanford R R No4 ATTEND the querade Wed nesday night next Three prizes to tho winners I NAvE in stray brown horse mule two years old and one sorrel mare mule about threo years old B D Car ter marshal Tim ladles of the Moreland Methodist church will hold an exchange at G B Pruitts store on Saturday afternoon next Gtb Go and help a good cause E 0 Goocil the McKlnney coal and feed dealer has sold 500 tons of coal in the past five weeks He sells the beat grades at the lowest prices See ad- Tile iharvest is passed the Summer is ended and some of our patrons are still behind with their subscription May the good Lord have mercy upon them we can not FOR splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonvllle pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky r I DESIRE to recommend Mr Frank Russell to any one wanting a good farm overseer or manager Ho has been with me several years and has made me an excellent man J S Murphy Me Kinney NOTICE Any person whodumpa trash in the St Asaph branch or on the streets of the city of Stanford will be prosecuted Haul your trash jto sink hole on J M Stones place By order of city council L R Hughes City Clerk THE whisky takenm Anderson Carr and Phoebe Craig suspected blind tiger operators some time ago wasI sold at auction Friday Ten gallons brought 740 and five gallons sold for f6 Pretty cheap for red eye In this dry section It must have been very bad articleIIMPORTANT The low stage of theI water supply and tho necessity of pre serving a supply for protection lromI fires compel the withdrawal of attI sprinkling privileges for the present Rebates will be given to all customers in proportion to the time so taken outIThis matter Is important and no patron should ask further notice Stanford Water Light Ice Co THE Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL says that water is scarce there even torC drinking purposes As the town Is alsoC dry the unfortunate citizens will either have to go thirsty or irrigate with the assistance of the bootleggers Frankfort Journal Water is scarcer than whisky here right now Tho vile stuff sold for less than 1 per gallon at public sale Friday It was confiscat ed goods of very common varietyIa QUITE an enjoyable event was theI little entertainment at Mrs A R Mathenys on last Friday evening a farewell party given in honor of Misses Ruth and Mario Munday of Louisville After games recitations songs etc the happy party was called to the table so beautifully and bountifully spread Covers were laid for 24 All voted little Miss Josephine Matheny a most charmingliostess M SNOT A GYPSY Saturday morning Mr Ike Shelby shot and dangerously wounded George Lee Chatman a traveler who is supposed to be a gypsy The ball from Mr Shelbys pistol struck Chatman in the breast and went through him Dr Steele of Junction City was phoned for and the wounded man was taken to a cabin at Shelby City where medical aid is being given him Mr Shelby came immediately to town and was allowed bond in 1000 Chatman and family and another man had camped near Mr Shelbys home the Denny place on the Knob Lick pikeand they wanted to borrow and buy many things from Mr Shelby who declined to let them have anything This enraged a 16yearold girl who was with the campers and she cursed Mr Shelby black and blue Of course he paid no attention to her but when the gang began to steal his corn and he caught them dead to rights at it he demanded a return of the corn or the pay for it It was at their camp that he made this demand which was met by the men ordering him away and roundly abusing him Mr Shelby in listed that he be remunerated when Chatman started to his wagon and with an oath said Ill fix you Dont you get anything out of that wagon to hurt mo with said Mr Shelby Chat man reached into the wagon and it was then that Mr Shelby fired Tho other man started toward Mr S who level ed his pistol on him and made him stop Capt B F Powell and Mr W P Givens hearing of tho trouble came to the camp and found in Chatmans wagon- a shotgun a hatchet and a cofti knife Chatman and his gang seem to be a tough lot and we hope he will get well and take his crowd to a more congenial clime as early as possible EGG815C H B Nortfacott Stan ford SCHOOL shoe for children Cummins Wearen emI Masquerade rink tomorrow Wednesday night rterJUST received a full line of ladles Fall and Winter shoes Cummins Wearen CITY TAXES DUE TYour city tax is due Please call and settle B D Carter collector M S BAUGHMAN lost two fine jen nets Sunday by the lightning striking them in an open field They were valued at 400 TilE opera house management is corresponding with Coburns Barlow Min strels for an engagement for Saturday night Sept 12 Do not be Imposed upon There are imitations and adulterated water and salts on the market Whites Diamond Brand is the genuine TILE remains of Miss Cabbell who died at Lakeland were brought here and Interred yesterday afternoon after short services by Mr J CMcClary THERE will be a lawn fete in the yard of the Methodist parsonage at Moreland on Friday evening next Sept 4 from 6 to 11 oclock Evcryboby in vited Proceeds will go to the Metho dist church belongingtoyule section Sunday afternoon and kill ed a fine show horse belonging to a JeSt samine county man The animal was valued at 2500 Strange as it may seem the barn did not burn Mr San didge had just left the horse and was knocked down by the shock roDorothy A Me Guffey aged 66 died at her home near Highland last week Her husband died some 15 years ago but nine children are left to mourn the loss of a good mother Mrs McGufTey was a Miss Hutch ison and had been a member of the Methodist church many years The burial occurred in the burying ground of the Highland Methodist church In the presence of a large number of sorrowing friend- sDARsTAftcrra long illness of a complication of troubles Mrs H J Darst died at 430 Friday afternoon aged 69 The burial occurred in Buffs lo cemetery Saturday afternoon after services at the late home by Rev T W Barker Deceased had twice been married her first husband being Mr Jonathan Owsley To them two children were born Mrs Jchn W Flowers Louisville and Miss Hattie Owsley this place Her second husband survives her and there were also two children by that marriage Miss Anna Darst and Mr William Darst who was killed while engaged with railroad company Mrs Darst was a Miss Vaugban a sister of the late George Vaughan She had long been a member of the Methodist church and was a splendid woman Deceased was one of those good motherly women who loved her home and her family and lived for it and them Her death has cast a gloom over the community in which she lived for to know the Godly woman was to love and admire her Much sympathy is felt for the aged husband and the daughters in their irreparable loss May the Giver of all good and perfect gifts comfort and trengthen them in their hour of darkness Tile Liberty Fair ichcame to an end Friday afternoon was largely at tended and was a success from every point of view Good order was main tained throughout a splendid lot of stock was on hand and the weather was all that could be asked President C II Bartle Secretary Jason Wesley and the vicepresidents and directors are all to be congratulated on their superb management of the enterprise The races were close and exciting Duff Portmans horse won the trotting race on both Thursday and Friday He is a green gelding lIxyears old and has the making of a good race horse we think Os Bowmans twoyearold filly won the running race Friday Liberty continues to build and Improve and is no longer known as the quaint capital of the State of Casey Some mighty good people live there and they are full of life and energy They are determln uptodatetownmeans nor time in making it so By makingtheyearsThisbut what if Hon William Jennings Bryan should step in Danville Board Trade 223 E Main Stroot Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions tttockt bought for cash or carried on margin Our execution guaranteed satisfac tor Buttneu and private Telephone SH E TmBHee for markets DANVILLE IOARD TRADE EDUCATE WESKeep to iWi Mu ltd re iMo do4 as shown at Ute Ml Mtnj efeMretfs heet terse fto fMe grating tarn and muscles Wo QHateai sln as Wlal the tight EdvGllm are desIgned to trey fte totes and DIIIscles In thaes apt The fck leather sates proiMa Hghtaeif fJexDlmtl and irearari super IWI are of the highest class puAdIIThis 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 the children by putting poor fitting Shoes on them We represent reliable makers of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes Let us show you r t SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Stsc STANFORD KY t 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 far the best and prettiest lino we have ever carried Wo are expecting our Ladies Fall Line daily We are offer ing any Oxford left in our house at exactly what they cost lSftk DONT FORGET That we are agents for International Tailoring and L E Hayes fc Co Remember we guarantee fit quality of goods and price TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY f I There has been many fad taniraposcfl uuonM Public But Ihey all come tack lothe only Reliable Sots Good PracliM ShJn IIg8fJJH Insfirnmenff V bJ Comes sealed air ti ht in immediate readiness for Perfect Results silh Certificate coverinnuncondilionat n Guarantee year agreement For Sale byW H HIGGINS The Irate fiar Jour SnUrcdintlw Pot t7JIee eU Stanford I- IIN claM maUeor FCBUIIHKO TUBBDATS AND rlUDoLrI- IAT 100 PER YEAR CASH wbeD not so paid 1100 will be charged L N TIME TABLE No 21 North 1111 P K No rI Mouth llri P x No North 35 A X Nol7Notlh7tle P JOS S RICE Agent BeD CARTER New Llverv Depot Streett Phone 96 TANFORDKENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Par the arrest and conviction of any person trespasaing upon my farm day or night or doing Injury to ltock In traveling the pub highways or Injury to stock from the lands of people Thus reward refers tot present and future I also otter a spec Mal rewardof for particulars m I alto offer two special of A and 100 eachJG Carpenter A S PRICESu- rgeon 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 leA Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in cluding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY- YEARS60 1 EXPERIENCE TRADE MARK DESIGNS t r 11 v COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone endtna a sketeb end decNMlnn ucsrtaln our whether an PIlfltahtCommanltlon oaunuPatents tqScientific A hancSomel tllnitrated veeklr Tjirreit dr culallon of any tetentldo Journal Terms tJ a e rj four months BoUbjali tiewsdealera YorkBrauch J L Beazley Coe Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur nit 1Ie MattingBRugs They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY rrs J C McClary4 Undertaker Ernbamer and Dealer In STANFORD KY Office Phone 187 HomelPbone 88 PAMEOMlS DEPARTJmiT Stock hogs eau 60 stock ewes fer sale H Reid Stanford l FOR SAL Northern white seed rye Jas D Shelby Junction City James Keenoa filly Maskette won the futurity stakes at Sheep head Hay FOR SALE75 stock ewes and 40 feeding cattle A W Carpenter Moreland Ky Dan Patch 155 paced a mile In two minutes at Minneapolis last weep This was his fastest mile this yearI Acting Gov Cox appointed Ben Thomas of Shelbyville delegate from this district to the Farmers Nation Congress at Madison Wis Sept 24 Tobacco growers of Franklin county were paid 60000 as a part of theI amount which has been received from the sale of tobacco by the Burley pool I A black gilt weighing about80 pounds came to place some three week forithisA 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 John T Cunningham of near Clarks vllle Tenn lost a large stock barn bII fire The barn contained one mule and two horses about 100 tons of hay tools and a small quantity of corn 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 Dudderara on the night of July 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 IbsI and is in fair order Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep J M McCormack Turners ville A light red heifer left my place about tie SthoC August Natural muly shortheaded and broad in forehead Small white spot in forehead weighs between 500 and pounds W HI Vanhook Stanford Route No3IE S Powell Sons Almont Dare was a popular horse at the Liberty fair He won several tics and one of his colts owned by T W Marples get two blue ties Mr Smith T Powell showed Almont Dare and did it well n Here and There Murray this State suffered a 20000 fireSnow fell at Anaconda Mont SaturdayJohn Meltonsun old Union soldier Is dead of cancer at Hyden Leslie coun tyTwo children of Chaflea Cooper were burned to death In their home near men were killed by an explosion in a powder factory at Youngs town 0- Philadelphia has 185000 public school children 4000 more than the buildings will house Five masked men dynamited the safe In the Provincial bank at St Eustache Canada and secured 12000 The Rock Island railroad has issued aI bulletin notifying all employes that igarette smoking would not be pel nitted and that the violotors would be lischargedHe assures himself with glee that he has at last successfully asserted his marital supremacy will ten to one consent to let her wear a sheath efore the week is out The Red Cross Society will issue an ppeal for aid for the flood sufferers in the South Conditions are now said to- be improving everywhere except along the Congaree River but there is much uttering The loss of life as a result of the flood Is estimated at 70 Why James Lee Got Well Everybody in Zanesville 0 knows Irs Mary Lee of rural route 8 She writes My husband James Leo firmly elieyes ho owes his life to the uso of- Dr Kings New Discovery His lungs sere so severely affected that consump tlon seemed inevitable when a friend recommended New Discovery We tried it and its use has restored him to perfect health Dr Kings Now Discovery is the King of throat and lung rem dies For coughs and colds it has no equal The first dose gives relief Try it Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 50c and 81 Trial bottlo Tree Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 1 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days A Boon to Elderly People Most elderly people have some kid toy or bladder disorder that Is both painful and dangerous Foleys Kidney Remedy has proven a boon to many elderly people as 4t stimulates he urinary organs corrects Irregularities and tones up the whole ays Lem Commence taking Foleys Kidney at once and be vigorous New Stanford Drug Co SOMERSET JOURNAL FOR SuB splendid plaat splendidly equipped tic only semiweekly newspaper in the Kentucky mountains and always a mo ey maker Citys population from 10 000 to 12000 Population of count about 40000 or more A rare oppo tunity for a hustling newspaper man to get possession of an oldestablished tr 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 tho Queen l Crescent the Journal Somerset Ky or 441 W 6th Street Lexington Ky Appendicitisj are those who are habitually Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronl constipation by stimulating the live and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Foleys Orin Laxative does not nausoato or grip and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Now Stanford Drug Co Business on the Square I will belnOrnbOr this and winter to tench on all kinds of musical Inl itIJt01IlIATliON FOR SALE One of the best UUacra farms In the Bouthern of Lincoln county Ky miles Bouth of Halls nap fart to bacco land Will be offered very cheap for DOdays JXGUKENj P O Waynesburg K BRIDGE LETTING I AS committee of the Lincoln County Fis cal Court I will receive seated bids for an Iron or steel bridge over Hanging fork creek on the Stanford A Iluatonvllle plk All bids to be In on or before Oct l Two spnns each 32 feet long le feet wile- C H COOPER Clerk Htanford Ky Farm For Sale I Kino blue gnus farm located on the 1tras ant Hill pIke three miles Korthot the town f Danville will be sold at publtoauctlonto the and best bidder In front courthouse door In Danville Ky on MONDAY HKVT 31 ats oclock r This farm contains M ores of well Improved blue grass land es pecially adapted for hemp and tobacco hlne dwelling 0 rooms large new tobacco barn Terms of sale will beonothlrd cash and balance In easy payments Iersons desiring Information will write to CI BAGIIY Atty Danville Ky tAny prospective buyer will be shown the farm at any tlnt- oDesirable Property to be Sold In Sire I The following described residence properly at public auction on tin premises In Heron the highest bId- der on HATlllDAY HK1T 5 Moss 1t10oeloekAK Tile lot TlxKO fret Is In cated on Chestnut Htivet In the best rest fence part of town und Is an Ideal build tug site sloping gentlyto front and rear lying tlralnnrn nice lawn some rutt good garden The house Is practically new containing eve good sized rooms and two porches andls well nnlshed Inside tad out All windows doorsand back porch 8fe screened In Well at door Othnr Im irovemwnts A good barn with quarters for ionic cow and and feed for same largr thicken house with room for hens good nculxitor and brooder house buggy etc This Is a great opportunity for any- familY that locating In lie rom for the advantageaoftered by Itereu College nl Ie Is seldom that such a complete Ottnge home Is offered for sale In Ikrea dirties desiring to see property or further nformatlon should apply to- M L HllNK heron Ky W P Irewltt Auct If You Want to Keep Posted n Political Doings Subscribe for the I eltuc y State Journal The best Demo zratic Daily in Kentucky Write for Price and Particulars to WuPi WALTON Frankfort Ky mall Farm fear Sale I Situated OB Bomtraei tour mil Iron Stanford Coutnlni lbacres Coo rosldenoo and abundant ohthouio In IfOJd repair For further particulars call at tblloUlce FOR SALE I Rhode Island Red Pullets and Cockerel Enl from selected pens SI per WillI Mallard Duck Eggs or young Duoki Call and tee them MIte w J KDMIHTOM Ilbone 7 Crab Orchard Ky Sign Writing Draper and House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Inttfrtr FraiM DtcerattrO- ralnlngfkte L McKINNEY KY CUT FLOWERS Of all kinds always on band Prices roe sonoblo Hpeclal attention to funeral or wedding orders Onma fAN GHKENHOUHK Kd Itubbard l ropHUnforl Ky Jesse W Sweeney rBOFBICTOB Livery Feed sad Sftle Stable Lancaster Ky Eczema is Curable Zit M 0 a eleoUfle preparation for external the Stops halting instantl and destroys the germs that cause akin dUeues Eczema quickly and la permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Draeglsts Write far srpie B W Rose Med Co St LoulstM Pennys Drug Sto- reoojJeiPeooio too Fire and Life Insurance Representing old null established Corn ponies Odd Fellows Building Stanford I yIPOSTED strictlylorbltlhuntingpassing on our places and will prosecute vb ilators to the full extent of the law Alex Cooper Airs Mary Pimples Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mattlo II HpoonamorePSI K Lawrence Iteuben Curls JK Hooker J M1ettu VbappellAlmandt JL UolUolBW OW lusty Mrs J K Pulllani It PullUun Peter Ualnier Mrs Katherine Ador Asttleyt0ItennonJameO M Slack Joseph Itnllou M1S MrtJavllalnes JUCnmenlsch JnilnriienterSirs Itebecca U Oarp ntrW I Martin J H Thompson Thotnalrerrlll Jar II HklUmore David Harton J IL Hunch M O Hlchartlton Joseph Krnst Miss Matte Howes lire Fred VonQruengan H KOalnes Albert VonOruengan AT Traylor Illburn Hooch N H Plummer Fred Uaumann Richard Hester Owsley Dunn Henry Hester unnellcyWC ilauichmnnJILnlgneyIJohn M Carter Mnrtln Afcorn Iohn Onmenbon WmOordltr Dun MI Klmore MrsN flOoodf OlTateDnrltl Htevens John Jufer no Durham W G llout notllbOllck Kred Hnndorf Adeline Ural If Christian Jacob JThouipion 1 M Anderson 11 Moser Mr and Mrs JnsIL Ends A Klbasn MrsNJ Horton 11 Elliott Mrs Geo Iognu Mrs Mary Hufinnnn WmKlelits W It Daugherty Frank Oordler 2te Fatber Leo Dr 11Ierry Contra Kentucky eaIEstateExcbaoge TITLE CO Nottloacrea on the Wrynel url pike near Highland S room house barn andoth outbuildings nice orchard This proper y II near churcD and loboolhoulel Is welt worth the price tljw No i acres 3 miles Bouth of Crab Or chanSon the tins a twostory houle good barn orchard andiswel water ed about too acres of this land Is bottom lalld and produces line crops A bargain at IIIIIJJ cash balance In ono and two years 4o3Ill acres on Iluck Creels near Way room house other out tiYoustle county Thus farm has a new 1 tory frame house would cost to build now 11J goal born crib Ac located near liu roll and school This is a nice house and cnn be bought for 110 per acre lS cash re minder In months No 61K3 acres adjoining tho above farms acme In cultivation Dwelling of rooms 1I0od barn and other outulllllnllltnloe orchard One of tho ty Price PJihall cash balance and J dti acres adjoining farms Nos and acres In cultivation balance In Umber Oood white oak hickory and some tine edar Iles 7 story log huso and good orchard well watered Cash price 1000- No1 acres near Maretsburg Ryl00 ores in cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings line water and school church ami It K station Price JfM of cash balance In one and two years No 8lU acres near Qonway Ky nearly farm Is bottom land fine for corn ndmeadowvery ooddwellinghuuenew- atnand other on county road miles from I10rea College cash price ag oJ acres on Drakes mile This farm adjoin the fafljTblsecessary buildings a sea per acre 10TS sore hear aloe with asp neeedarlt bufldingseto an be boughtwocthtbemoney For lull particulars to all the hove farms see or IV R Hughes or James I White Htanford Ky DID you ever sit ate ihd outside your house on a Sunday after noon or of an evening maybe and watch the paint and see it go when it ought to be holding 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 leadmaybe or poor oilor not scientifically ground andmixedmight h vePbeen good materials but not balanced right for wear At this store we make it our business to KNOW what paint will wearbecause it pays us to handle the kindIthat pays you And thats why we handle MOUND CITY HORSE SHOE BRAND HOUSE PAINT made of pure lead and zinc and aged linseed oil the necessary drier and coloring matterandnothing else Every atom of every gallon of it is good paint Paint that is balanced for longest wear for finest looks and to spread over the largest surface to the gallon So much for the outside of the house but dont forget there a HORSE SHOE BRAND PAINT for every useone for kitchen floors andstepsone for borders aroundrugsone 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 ndvise 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 arjd the best paint service and you do if you come here come here For Sale by The New Stanford Drug Co 1 The New Perfection Wick Blue Flanje Oil Gook Stoves Geo da Hoppers Stanford Ky Get His Prices BeechNut 1 Brrodt a Sliced BaconT- ry one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your money- back GEORGE M FARRISL THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY Sly LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FIR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAIER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IHCOKPOIUTCO Adorinas FoxIs n handsome largo young Jersey Hull do cended from a and unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cow on the Is land or Jersey England and America Ills Ilr Is one of the belt ever imported dnm Is o show cow that has given beltome Ancestor and have tow you should nvall serveallimItedvice bo allowed to number of approved registered cows out Ida of our own he year for a Stench Make engagement before sending 4 OTTBU Telephone W Stanford Ky N DWe have to offer three extra choice ball calves that will be sold at right prices Choice Goods I Foaled January IHtt black with white points less bands Hired by Wonder out of Cbenault Jennet MT Wonder wasrBelknapObolcenu was bred hyOltarleOhenault or Jtoga- na Humner county Ttlnn and is a great In dlvldual He won tho bluetll In swoop stnko ring at the at Nashville and has many more blue ties to his credit Rae Choice Goods before you breed He will serve Jennet at l and Mares At 110 to sure living colts Will stand two other Jacks at to insure AIWilllion George Herr at SIO to Insure a living colt MB A UOIIMAN Stanford r