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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Vf THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I JYOL XXXYI STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1908 s NO 53 1 HUSTONVILLE Honest Joe Snow has Western fever just now epidemic here The heavy rainfall Sunday was a Godsend that spoils completely the nubbin crop and vastly augments the long list of false prophets The Huitonvlllo ball team defeated McKinney Saturday in a hotly contested game 7 to Parker Swspo did the twirling In a very acceptable manner Capt M F Elkin of Lexington stopped over hero on his return from the Maccabeoa annual picnic at Merri mac Ky MM Alma Terry has return 1 ed from a visit to relatives in Coving ton Miss Edna McKinney of Abtline Texas is visiting Mrs AiB McKinney and other relatives in our section Miss Margaret French of Winchester a of Judge Fult French Is Vii itlne the Misses Lippe Prof James C McIntyre of New York the iww principal of our Graded School has arrived and Is getting all things in readiness for opening school next Monday Sept 7 lIe has made a very favorable Impreatten here and the opinion Is that with his long and varied experience teaching In the East we will have a better school than ever be Bohon had an exhilarating Jfore decidedly enlivening experience A Jersey bull the other evening On rounding up the cows a hitherto benignant monarch of the herd charged with a mewctng bellow which put the young man precipitately up a tree beneath which the monster bellowed pawed and horned the ground till satisfied to leave with Ynuttcrlnjr Think t1Ing It safe to descend ho had scarcely started before the bull was again on the chargo and the sprinting which en abled the fugitive to keep safely beyond reach of the horns and scale a uicarby fence would have won at the late Olympics As exasperating red of toreador would have been Indistinguish able from all the somber colors laud thinks a white shirt in the gloaming was suspected as a ghostly profanation of his harem MATRIMONIAL J W KirkpatrIck and Miss Dora Wilson were married at W B Wilsons a widower of 31 and Miss Margaret Wall 17 were joined heart and hand at Andy Martins Tues dayJames C Hardwlek an Oklahoma widower of 52 and Mrs Amanda Bene dict a widow of this county aged S3 were made one by Judge J S Owsley lIerbert Knox Smith Commissioner of Corporations is to marry Miss Ger trude Dietrich daughter of former Sen ator Dietrich at Farmington Conn September 20 J P Taylor and Miss Bessie Singleton and Hcndrlcks Hays and Miss Not ra Singleton were made two by a single ceremony said by Supt Garland Single ton Tho brides are daughters of Squire J A Singleton of tho South End and are flno young women while tho grooms are sober industrious and clever young menMrs Nannie B Jones announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Eliza to Mr Guy IIundley tho wed ding to taro place during tho coming fall groom is the ton of Mr and Mrs A E Hundley while tho pros pective bride is a granddaughter of the late B F Slavln well known In this county Tickling ordry Coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Shoops Cough Ilemcdy And It Is so thoroughly harmless that Dr Shoop tolls moth ers to use nothing else even for very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give tho curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Ilemcdy Jt calms tho cough and heals tho sensitive bronchial t t membranes No opium no chloro nothing harsh used to Injure or Iform DemanDr hoops Ac cept no other Sold by Pennys Drug- Store TUG POLITICIAN The politician Is my shepherd I shall not want during this campaign He fllleth my pockets with good cigars my cup of beer run neth over He Inquireth Into my family even until the third and fourth gen orations Yea though I walk through the mud and rain to vote for shout myself hoarse when ho is elected straightway he forgeteth me Al though Lmeeteth him at his house he knoweth me not Surely the wool hath been pulled over my all the days of my life I lh dwelllntholwUle- of a foreverAndrew County Mo Republican r- Plnic Pain TabletsDr Shoops stop Headache womanly palm any pavan anywhere in 20 minutes sure k vPormula on thfc 36o box Ask druggist or doctor about tbiformula Its fine Pennys Drug Store BRODHEAD George Painter has a cherry tree In full bloom Our small boys ball team crossed bAts with the Mt Vernon infant class on the lattcra grounds last Saturday and came back badly used up Charles Lyons Is having hauled for shipment from the Johnson tract of land ho purchased some time ago some of tho finest yellow poplar logs wo ever saw Tho Hans ford Telephone Co Is now owned exclusively by Owens Bros with our townsmen Granvillo Owens as manager Thu exchange is being moved from tho building at tho Southend of tho College avenUo to Mr Owens residenceTho annual meeting of the Rock castle Baptist Association will begin next Tuesday 8th and continue three days at Fairview church near Boones Gap The first day will be taken up in Sunday school work Several from here will attend John Robins has been appointed post matter at this place to succeed the late Capt Evans Mr Robins has resigned the office of deputy sheriff and will en ter upon his duties as postmaster in a few days Miss Maud Watson sister inlaw to Mr Robins will likely bo his deputyThe very people who only six months ago were predicting that not a half crop of corn would be realized this year now say there will be a larger yield than ever before How quick some people are to get scared and lose confidence In Him from Whom all blessings flo On Sunday evening while performing on a wire trying to imitate the slide for life man who was here during the fair Charley Cox fell a considerable distance lighting on his arm and break ing it just above tho elbow Doctors say be may lose his arm entirely as the bone is split and badly twisted- J G Frith has moved from near tho depot to a point on tho same lot and facing College avenue tho cottage beI- ng known as the Aunt Martha Albright house He will build an addition to it and will also build another house on the lame lot and contemplates In the near future building a largo business house on the lot made vacant by moving the house- Everybody is getting ready for the teachers institute which meets hero week after next A good time is ex pc ted There will be an entertainment each night during the week Tho members of the Christian church will play for two nights Tho Deacon and the Baptist people will use two nights In playing a temperance drama entitled The Sparkling Cup Last Saturday afternoon as Mr and Mrs Ben Pike and Mr and Mrs Robt Hicks were starting on a visit to rela tival near Poplar Grove a part of their vehicle became detached striking one of tho mules they were driving causing it to jump and overturn the wagon Mrs Hicks was thrown out and sus tamed a broken arm near the wrist The other occupants were uninjured Mrs Hicks was formerly Miss Lola Pike daughter of Rev A J Pike A Paying Investment- Mr John White of 38 Highland Ave Houlton Maine says Have been troubled with u cough every winter nnd Spring Last Winter I tried many ad vertised remedies but tho cough con tinned until I bought a 60c bottle of Dr Kings NowDlscovory before that was half gone the cough was all gone This Winter the same happy result has followed a few doses once more ban ished tho annual cough I any now convinced that Dr Kings NOW Dis covery is the best of all cough and lung remedies Sold under guaran tee at Pennys bruit Store COc and el Trial bottlo free A Harrodsburg special says From all of Mercer county come reports of Republicans who aro forsak leg g 0 announcing their Intention of this year voting for Bryan and Kern In this number aro some of tho countys most prominent and influ ential men whose will haVe the effect of ch lnFa great many more in their rWhen Trifles Become Troubles If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and not risk having Drlghts disease or flllibetes Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not delay taking Foleys Kidney Remedy New Stanford Drug Co Kentuckys runabout Governor is off agin on agin gone agin Finigan Somerset Journal Quick Relief for Asthma Suf ftfrerit Foleys Hotiey and Tar affords Immediate relief to asthma sufferers in kl worptetageaandlf taken In tlrie will afreet a cUre New Stanford Drug Co NEWS NOTES Three persons are dead in Davicss county from eating toadstools The Beach Hargls murder case has been transferred to Estill county Gen John W Clous of the United States army retired is dead in New YorkA barn filled with tobacco belonging to Samuel Bumpus of Lafayette Christian county was destroyed by fire Charles A Lawson secretary to J T Harahan committed suicide by leap ing from a steamboat into sake Mich igan The official announcement of the postponement of tho Japanese Inter national Exposition until 1917 was made in Toklo C H Webb the oldest member of the Livingston county bar is dead at Smithland He was once a member of tho Legislature Seven summer visitors out of a party of 10 were drowned by tho capsizing of a 35foot sloop in Penobscot Bay near Deer Island Me Mrs Sarah Wilson Harper aged 84 mother of President George B Harper of the Frankfort and Cincinnati rail road died suddenly at the capital city Mrs Arch PJckett shot and killed her husband a wsll known resident of Jpnesboro Ark because she alleges he was mean to her and abused her the Frankfort base ball club will win the penant It Is so far ahead of tho other teams in the Blue Grass League that it couldnt lose now If it wanted to Bert Gray a desperado known as Hogjaw was knocked into the river at Madison Ind and drowned by Robert Hudson assistant cashier of the Farmers Bank at that place An Evansville company has incorpo rated with the intention of construct ing an electric line from tockport Ind to New Albany thence to Louisville making the longest electric line in In dianaSeveral thousand G A R veterans attended tho dedication of the Foit Mclgs monument ot Perrysburg 0 Col Bennett H Young and Senator J B Foraker were the principal orators of the day Tho coal mines of Wyoming have been closed and 80QO men are idle as the result of the inability of tho operators of that State and the miners to reach an agreement in connection with a wage scale John Sprouse charged with burning the house of Charles Cooper in which two of Coopers thildren perished and himself and his wife were badly burn ed had a narrow escape from mob violence at Louisa Sprouio was spirited away to the jail at Catlettsburg Frank Kelly an undo of Sprouse was also arrested charged with being dn Accom plice HUBBLE The meeting at the Christian church continues with growing interest J C Eubanks sold some hogs to Vie tor Lear at 6c Jas McKechnie sold a young mare to Jas Robinson for 5180 Wheat is about nil threshed and the yield Is about 10 to 15 bushels Jas McKcchnlo had one piece which was fertilized that made 28 bushels per acre Some parties went into G W Ral leighs melon patch a few nights ago when Mr Ralleigh fired into them It is said they were terribly scattered No harm done A pillow slip with two melons in it also a shirt and a Stetson hat were found next day Mrs T C Rankin is visiting relatives in Somerset Grover McKechnie has returned to Lexington after n visit to his parents Mr and Mrs R G Brat ton are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter Mrs Woolfolk Givens of Middleaboro visited the family of B W Givens last week R L Hubble went td Somerset Wednesday to see his brother L F Hubble who is quito ill with rheumatism A number of our people attended tho Somerset Fair Miss Virginia Bright left this weed to enter school at Midway Mr and Mrs Worth Stigall and Miss Bessie Goggin of Somerset wero guests olMr and Mrs John Goggin How to get Strong P J Daly of 1247 W Congress SI Chicago tells of a way to become strong He says My mother who Is old and was very feeblo Is deriving so much benefit from Electric Bitters that I feel its my duty to toll those who need a tonic and strengthening medicine about it In my mothers case a marked gain in flesh has resulted insomnia has been overcome and sho Is steadily growing strong er Electric Bitters quickly remedy stomach liver and kidney complaints hold under guarantee at Penny a Drug Store 50c- During aIthe Nineteenth Century 52 lateodfl were oreedup from tnd bet tdraof the serf and 16 werel kby volcanic settee t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Robert Bird 83 years old was struck by a train and fatally Injured at Pleas ant View Whitley county Danville now has established on Fourth street a place of confinement where juvenile offenders are compelled to do penance for their infraction of tho law Annie is the name of a postofflce es tablished in Mercer county There are already a May Ethel Myrtle Martha Nancy and other feminine given names in the list of Kentucky postoffices Fine progress is being made collect ing the fund for the Daniel Boono mon ument to be placed where the States of Virginia Tennessee and Kentucky meet says a Middlesboro dlspacth News comes from London that In a fight between the Hubbards and How ards over the division of a wheat crop Wick Howard for a number of years a merchant at Crab Orchard received a dangerous wound on the head with a pitchfork Governor Willson pardoned before trial HC Sullivan Jailer of Russell county who is indicted for willful neg lect of duty while acting as Jailer It was shown to the Governor that politics was behind the Indlctnent and that a conviction was very improbable so he pardoned the offense without putting the State to the expense of a trial Middlesboro is distinctly a lodge town Probably no town in the country can even approximate at the following figures I 00 F150 members Ma sons 50 members L 0 U AM 175 members K of P 50 members B P 0 E 223 members Owls 50 members Red Men 30 members total 720 The white population is 4500 and tho Negro population is 1500 The Negroes have a lodge membership of 150 Lem Crenshaw who says ho is from London Ky created much excitement at the Customhouse by announcing that ho was the president of the United States and demanding his mail When informed that tho presidents mail was sent to Washington care of Theodore Roosevelt he endeavored to raise a disturbance and after a battle with Watchman Jones was escorted from the building Louisville Times CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W Barker will preach at Neals Creek next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Rev J Murray Taylor will fill his pulpit at tho Baptist church Sunday morning next Rev J L Yandle has returned from his outing and will fill his pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday Tho pastor hopes that all of tho Pres byterian chuch will be present on next Sunday morning if it is possible to comeEd Sweeney was indisposed last week and missed his first Sunday as Superin tendent at Sunday School this year Junction City Cor Advocate I have just closed a meeting at Freedom church Pulaski county which resulted In 12 canfessions and a general awakening of the members writes EldJ G Livingston Junior League Business Meeting next Sunday morning at 1030 Preaching at 11 Epworth League service con ducted by Mrs T D Ranoy 75 P M Preaching by Rev J L Yandle at 745 P M The members of the Methodist church one and all are requested to meet in a church cenferenco Saturday Sept 5 at 230 P MI at the Methodist church Very important business will come before the body PASTOR The Detracted meeting at the I Tab ernacle near Gilmore school house closed Wednesday The meeting was a success there being about 40 conversions Rev Stratton of the M E Church conducted the meeting Som erset Jounrnal The Lincoln County Sunday School Association will meet in tho Presbyte Clan church at Stanford on Saturday Sept 12 at 930 A M We hope that all the Sunday Schools of the county will bo represented by the Superinten dents and teachers of same As many as aro coming please inform Rev J M Taylor Stanford Ky as soon as possible Mr EA Fox our state secretary will be with us We will have a helpful meeting Come J C Mc Clary Secretary A gPord high grade truly flavored amber colored cup of coffee can be hadand without the real Coffee danger or damage to health by simply using Dr Shoops new substi tute called Health Coffee Pure wholesome toasted cereals malt nuts etc make Dr Shoops Health Coffee both healthful and satisfying No 20 to 80 minutes tedious boiling t Made In a ntn talsays Dr Shoop If served as coffee its taste will even trick an expert Test It and see Pennys Drug Store v f There ace Mile of railway trek in the Unite States i CLEARANCE SALE if In order to make room for the large stock of FALLsI Goods that is to come in soon we will sell all Summer Clothes at Cost Mens Youths and Boys Suits Mens Ladies and Childrens Oxfords at cost Mens 50c Underwear at 39c Mens 25c Underwear at J9c Now is your time to buy while the prices are low Remember our Ipaa is your gain Come in foJtS4M ROBINSON t STANFORD KY It Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc SEND HER A BOX TODAY I No need to ask any woman if she likes Candy if you buy the kind we sell r To please her and to prove your discriminating taste be surethe name oh the box is Lqwneys V PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters on North Brdadwaywe are s obliged to seek a new location To avoid the great ex wnse and risk of taking down londing hauling cud resetting in thenew sTliroom we propose erecting we offer the largest as sortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments J 28 Headstones 85 Markers atmost 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 Si Son 142 Nor h Broodway Lexington Ky Residence For sale Y I desire to sell my residence Oil Portman Avenue This is a new modern uptodate hOusc4 rooms and bath room below 2 rooms and hall aooye hot and cold Water in bathroom and kitchen Hot water heat all over the house This is the best and most economical heat that isjkuowii today for a residence Good Stabs and Garden Price 82000 0 t S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky If you want your Prescriptions caref uljy filli ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me w BiDRU661dI The Interior Journal ft Co WALTON W L MCARTY Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot the democrntl party M S BAUGHMAN If a candidate for Hherlff of Lincoln county abject to the uctlon of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER countsubjectparty i M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count inbject to the action Of the Democratic parrya JAMES C HAYS Iii candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count to the action of tbe Democratic sweet DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomIna- tion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tbe action of the democratlo party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln conn ty subject to tbe action of tbe Democratic party qtWFOLEYIi a candidate for Aueuor Lincoln coun ty subject to thenctlon of tbe Democratparty DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska For Vice President John Worth Kern of Indiana For Congress HARVEY HELM of Llncoln county For County Judge John Sam Owtley Jr For Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE IN Iowa Governor Cummins says h is considering the question of calling an extra session of the Legislature to amend the primary law so as to submit the election of United States Senators to tho people Governor Cummins you will understand is a Republican and this endorsement of the Democratic platform on the question show s that some of the Republicans at leas t believe that United States Senator should be chosen by the people a principal that the Democratic party has been urging for many years SENATOR LAFOLLETTE of Wisconsin says I will support the Taft ticket but before the campaign is over rwill platlt way in Wisconsin and Foraker Bulking in his tent in Ohio and occasionally sounding a discordant note the bar many that Is prevailing in the Repub lican party is not the kind with the big H j IN 1904 Roosevelt carried Indian i by 93944 plurality This looks like big figures to overcome but reports from there say that Bryan and Kern more than a fighting chance to carry it With an admirable platform added to Kerns popularity and Bry ans great ability and well known fit ness for the office the prospect of Democratic victory is bright MR BRYAN is making a speech on every plank of the platform taking them one at a time and thoroughly proving their importance and worth He will also it is said write each week until the election a letter to be sent to every precinct democratic club in the country giving advice and suggestions as to the line of campaign THE Republicans carried Vermont Tuesday by a reduced plurality the de crease in their vote being about 8 percent The decrease in the Democratic vote was only about 2 per cent The democrats are on gaining ground and will get there in November MR WATTERSON is getting the New York papers in line for Bryan and Kern but what the Kentucky democrats want most is for him to have the Courier Journal support the democratic ticket year after year rather than semi occasionally JUDGE PARKER was not a popular byavotein 1904 This is a plurality of 11893 Bryan and Kern should and will carry the grand old State by 25000 at least POLITICAL t Friends of Col C R Anderson of Danville ore urging him to run for Representative of Boyle the Cefftral Federated Union of New York City has adopted resolutions de claring its intention to support Bryan and Kern The Rose county local option law went into effect Tuesday in Ohio petitions were started in 28COUIIIII1- for elections The Republican National Committee has begun the distribution of campaign literature from the Western headquarters in Chicago Burke Cochran of New York wIll be one of tho big speakers for Bryan and Kern He will speak in the Western and Middle States Senator McCumber of North Da kota expects the special session of Congress called to consider tariff re vision to be stormy President Roosevelt is said to have told republican callers that it was ab solutely necessary that Gov Hughe bo renominated in New York Senator Foraker has made his peace with the Taft leaders in Ohio and In an address in Toledo came out squarely for the national republican ticket President Roosevelt has approved the plans of the proposed new battleships Florida and Utah which were author- Ized at the last session of Congress William J Bryan delivered a political address at the Minnesota State FaIr and received an ovation Mr Bryan was introduced by Gov John A John sonSufficient returns have been received from Wednesdays democratic primary to show that A P Pu jo will be returned to Congress from the Seventh Congressional district- Representative Sereno E Payne who was renominated for Congress by the Republicans of the Thirtyfirst New York district declared his belief that the time had come for tariff revision Although the democrats did not suc ceed in reducing the republican major ity in Vermont to a point below 25000 they are jubilant over having cut it down so materially The republicans had claimed that the State would Jto republican by any whei from 35000 to 40000 Here and There Dr James Harvey Brown of Bards town is dead aged 82 Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin says Kentucky will have a bumper corn crop this year Frank Kelly of Yonkers N Y was kicked to death by a horse he was handling at Lexington Becoming suddenly insane Adam andechildren at their home in Louisville The governments figures for the last fiscal year which have just been com piled show that the countrys popula tion was increased 209000 by immlgra tionSeventyfive editors andtheir families and visitors are expected to attend the meeting of the Eighth District Publish ers League at Estill Springs which begins today Mrs John A Logan has begun the work of supervising the installation of the relics of her husband Gen Logan in the memorial hall prepared for then In tho State House at Springfield Ill King Edward exchanges his attire about three times a day and he orders about 30 new suits every year and at Buckingham Palace Windsor Castle and Sandringham keeps a stock of about 200 suits- Twentyfivelhousand horrified spectators at the Central Maine fair grounds saw Charles Oliver Jones an aeronaut fall 500 feet from his dirigi ble balloon to his death The great gas bag was destroyed by flames Nathan Tudor of Madison county sent to the penitentiary for five years on tho charge of malicious shooting and wounding was paroled on the recommendation of Dr Barr as the convicts health had been so bad in the prison that he had fallen off nearly 100 pounds during the last two years A clever popular Candy Cold Cure Tabletcalled Preventics is being dispensed by druggists everywhere In a few hours Preventics are said to break any coldcompletely And Pre ventics being so safe and toothsome are very fine for children No Qui nine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Box of 4826 Sold by Pennys Drug Store HarryLost many pigeons lately BillBillI have Im thinking of cross ing them with parrots so they can ask their way home i They Take The Kinks Out I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for many years with increasing satisfaction They take the kinks out of stomach liver and bowels without fuss or friction says N H Brown of Pittsfield Vt Guaranteed satis factory at Pennys Drug Store 25c FOR SALEMy splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonvillo pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky fSt FOR SALEStock of merchandise and fixturesabout 2000foi sale In good Lincoln county town and doing nice business Write or phone this of flee MR J C LYNN democrat Dr R L Davison republican and Sheriff T J Hill democrat constitute the election commission in this county I HAVJS In stray pen one brown horse mule two years one sorrel mare lule about three years old B D Car ter marshal Business on the Square I will be In Orab Orchard this summer and winter to teach on all kinds of musical Instruments Satisfaction guaranteed PROKJ FOR SALE I One of the bent 100acre farms III the Southern part of Lincoln county Ky tmlltl Huutb of llalli lap Iart oat tobacco land Will be offered very heap for OOdayl JNOHKBN P O Wnynesburg Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln LO No 60 F A A M will meet In stated communication on each tint and third Monday night of each month at 100 oclock In their hull on Main itrvet Htnn ford K Member of sitter lodge are fiat LIennyty INSURANCE rite Lightning WlndRtorlllLIte and and SBSTOompanle Represented Lowest POI ilblo Rate Guaranteed Loss Paying Nee lid Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 Adorinas FoxIs a handsome large young Jersey null de cended from n long and unbroken line of the most noted buill nnd cows on the Island of Jersey En land and America Ills Imllortedand beltome Ancestor and have n good cow you should avail yourself of bll service He will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cow out side of our own herd this year for a fee of leach Make engagement before sending cow to be bred IU A OTTKIt KyNbull calves that will be sold at right prices Splendid Blue Grass Farm for Sale I As executor of Mrs L J Oloytl I will otTer tor sale at public outcry on the premise at about A x Tuesday Kept the magnlncent blue grass farm of about se5 acres of which the died possessed It Is situated In Lincoln county Ky on n turn pike about 2K mile from McKlnney and about the same distance from Iluitonvlllt Tllelmprovemenl consist principally of a t frame dwelling arge dou ble crib buggy house tenant house all necessary outbuildings cistern stock scales etc All In grass but about 73 acres It is near good schools churches and a railroad tatloti on the Queen ot Orescent railway Tbe land is to be surveyed Possession for seeding pur sex will be given as soon as tbe term of ale are complied with and ul the whole tract Jnn lit IMA At least one third of the purchase price mutt be paid In cash and terms ftI to bnlanro will l nrrang ed to suit purchaser This h one of the belt farms In Lincoln county For turthe particulars address J B PAXTON Executor KyJBlue Grass Farm For Salem executor of J W Glllliple deceased the mate Hank A Trust Company of Richmond Ky wlllon THlinSDAYSElT e at 10 oclock A offer for sale to the high cst and beat bidder the line blue grass faun of sold Ulllliple located near Lowell In arrant county Ky- The entire farm consists ofabout ftMucre mote or n splendid dwelling housecontelnlng 8 rooms a tine barn and all necesinry outbuilding and Is convenient to church and school being located on a turnpike and about two tit tulles from Lowell Station on the Lt N railroad and til mile front Lancaster Ky by turnpikeTbe will be offered for tale In three II parcels separately then the two parcels on ilde of turnpike together nnc then the farm its a whole and will be sold In tbe manner bringing tho most money i poi session will be given Jan I iw when of the purchase money will be duo nod pnyn and the balance of the purchase money will leln two equal installments due rev pectlrely Jan 110 and Jan t loll nil bearing legal Interest from Jan mow lien will be retained for the deferred pur chase money and notes with good security for all the purchase money must be ezecu ted on day of sale The inle will take place on the promises STATE RANK 4 TRUST CO t Richmond Ky By J A HDLMVAK Presid- entPUBLIC SALE Having recently sold my line hue Orni farm and in view of prospective Induce menu elsewhere I will on- TJlUJt8uAYH JT UTlI- lell all of my property In title county Which is more definitely described below A KINK FLOURING MILL of barrel capacity which I have recently refitted with the latest Improved machinery from baiement to garret Said mill is full of the belt wheat that I have been able to buy since I have been In the milling business Mill II run by iteam and bill an abundant supply of water also u com modlou necessary Dwe1ingiswtthin75orl00yards of mill 7 rooms eon venlently arranged with back porch con crete and concrete cellar A No 1 good cistern In back porch and well In the kitchen and all necessary outbuildings property ii situated at McKinney on the QA 0 rail road a main thoroughfare from the North to Houth I9 miles soutb of Danville nnd W miles North of Homenet and one of the best market In tho world for feed of all kinds with n aiding from road running to mill door Thl is your opportunity to secure n good Roller Mill nt a My person cattleweightand calves 85 good rtorl some nice young flllle year olds tired by such as Red Leaf Chester Chief and Oem bruno one good gentle family mare Tyenri old a nice lot of large brood mares In foal to Jacks S or 4 pair of work mule und mule colts 00 or 75 hogs sows and pigs and sonic sheep All of my farming Implement com MowingMawchinesecond band liny balerl2i ncres of corn to 1UXJ bastes of buy s good straw rick Hale will bo at the faun 444 miles from McKlnney on the Htunford A Hmtonvlllpike Inrtles desiring to look at mill property cnngetorttrnlnnt McKlnney und or one of my sons will take ure In how Ing them through the plant and take care of you while hero 1nrtle desiring to attend sale will notify us one or two days beforo their tomlng und conveyance will be fur butnotleastDargnlnaalto sell two small tracts of knob land and n spotted pony Pony and gentle Hale will begin at A it sharp- TEItMSMade known on day of sale Possession given Jan 1908 KyOapt e The Truth Every person in this city who is tuf feting from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zcmo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICED The Ilex Jelllco the king of roali Best In both price mind quality Little ashes and haytogMcKINNEY COAL A FEED CO K 0 UOlell Mgr McKINNEY MARILEGRANIT WORKS Jacobs tk Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Grnnll and Marble Monument Klr tUlat Wor at lleiitonahlQ Price Office and Work McKtnney Ky Hbop doted on Saturday A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I I will sell privately my farm of 1BI acre l two mile front HtnntorU on Dnnvllle pike to tbe highest and boit bidder Healed bids will be received until Kept Forty acres of this farm lie upon the Wet side of said pike tbe a good brIck residence and other buildings on the East- side Will ronilder bids for the whole tree luCharwhorurpoIItheHtnnford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo A liquid for externaluse Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form yf 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 meaiure taken by it tailor of ex price pertenco Theil milt or lie line Lhevealne- clothes will have that Individuality and nl which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will nho take your inea lire for extra trousers fancy vests topcoats anti overcoats Fail and Winter am pies on hand ready for your inspection 110 RUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale In Mllledgevllh I As assignee ot Kecentn Compton for the Os her creditor I will over lit jail vote ale her stock of merchandise Ing of sueh artleles as are usually hound In B general store JIWAnD ALC011N AlilKnee HuitonvllleKy CONCRETING We are In petition to do nil kinds of con cretlng as Work Inrement antI In fact we cnn make any thing from n house down to a fence post We cnn serve you prompll mind guarantee nrttolai prl1htoroouPHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yPAIN Pain In the haul rnanywhere ha nrUn Itconfection lain blood presiure LIng ie leait so rays Dr whoop and toUlualljAt a little pink tablet That tablet ailed Dr Bboopi Ilradach Tablet eoaxa blow pretnire away from center lUefiettUchannlnfpleulntlr delightful Oenlly though lately It lumy the blood circa lotion preooreIfIf you an sleepless restless ncrrfu WI blood conjteuloo blood preuure That surly Ii a crtIDJtfor Dr Ehoop Headache Tablet stop sod the tablets simply dlsribeM preuureBrulM It ret rod and swell and caln rout 01 course It does Its coo eelskwDr Shoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE The State University Lexington Ky The Rate University ersthefollowing courses namelLAltrlcul turalMechanical Electrical Knglneerlng Mining- EagineerlnqOlxssiralandseven HclentlHc courses each of I over four years and loads to a Ilachelori degree i also a Department of Law and a Department of Kducatlon last has been ettnbllibed instead of the Normal Hchool J rlOnlbo enter this department prepare for advanced work In pedagogy amid nre granted a Bach elori degree subject when completed Tbe Academy for preparatory instruction is appointee recleve free tuition privilege of reildence In the dormitories and traveling expenses If they remain ten cojiiecntlve month oronocolleKl atiiyenr The laboratories and museum sire large well equipped coin rebensivoand modern Military Hclence Is fully provided for ns rev quired b Congress The graduates In time several courses of study readily Und employment with liberal remuneration Tho total luimborof mntrlc ulatf for last year was K78 Koch depart ment hnln lpeclnllit lit its bond with the necessary number of assistant Young women find an excellent home with board and lodging In 1nttorton Hull which Is well bathroom with nil the modern conveniences hull for physical fultun at flno per week All couno ot In the University are open to women on Identical rondltlou with those applying to male The completion of tbe Agricultural Min Engineering Laboratory and Kducntlon bulldln1 afford ample and commodious quarters for those departments which are rapidly Increasing In the of imtrlc ulntc For catalogues methods of obtaining appointments Information regarding courses of an term of np- pI to President AMEHK OJ to PATT P O FItAZEJ Business- Agent Fall Term Begins Sept 10 Itos 111Firt 11- 1ilflnounGeIflGflt 1 I 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 therFabric as Good as Anybodys This time the quality is as good as ever the prices no higher but the general styles are indeed beautiful Long Coats deep center vents broad heavily padded shoulders cuffon sleeve large and beautiful buttons on vest with flaps on every pocket Pants full bloomer style 4inch turn qp bottom with l beautiful WATCH FOBI to match each Suit They are beauties Come and see them H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Cfte Lincoln County national BankII Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 ResourcesI 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER OlFtEOTORSi J B Owaley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Oco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John P Cash TraylorflilberUH Cummins Prenchcrsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Prst Rational tank I Stanford Jty Oryanixtd SS2 Capital toe 1S 000 S Surplui and WntliviJttt iProMt J9000 jffas paid In Dividends since Organization S2f 500 fnvito tftw Jfecounts on Our VTfarila OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberli Cashier H C Baughman AMI Caihr WAV Saunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS i F Reid J H Banghman M D Elmore J1 M Pettus S H Baughman JF Cummins t 1TC E Tale THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY 70 1 TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 1 t l- EAST FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANABER TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY 0 RATIO Pecks Bad Boy at Waltons OperaHj Thursday Night Sept 24th J tl t N LTht Interior Journal STANFORD KY Sir 4 190 t INfwassortment of local view pea t I cards at Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS Mns W S JONES has been quit sick Miss MOLLIE WALDEN is vlsitln Somerset friends MRS J E JOHNSON is visiting Mrs S M Allen at Mlllcrsbunr Miss CLARA CoorER spent several days with friendIn Boyle MR AND MRS JAMES HARRIS BAUGIN MAN are attending tho Paris BEVERLY Hour loft this talrIter State University at MR JAMES BURKE and Miss Rosa Burke are visiting friends at Brodhcad MRS M C SAUFLEY is at Wilmore with her daughter Mrs S M Logan Muss FANNIE MORTON ENGLISH of Danville III with Miss Mary McRob erU MR E B DENIIAU is up in the moun tains lookingjaftcr his winter supply of coal MRS MALCOLM MOUSE of Lancaster Is at Joseph Price Infirmary for treat JOHN W BROWN of Mt Vernon was here on legal business Wed ncsday Mk ADEN J HIGNEY II attending tho G A It National Encampment at To ledo 0- MRS ELDERT MASDEN and sister of Lebanon Junction are with Mrs J A I Chappell MR AND MRS J F LARUE of Lou isville are with Col W Hull Dudd era and family Miss FRANCES VXNDEVEER returned Tuesday from Nashville Louisville another I cities MRS H R SAUFLEY and lon Rowan and Miss Elise EnRleman are at Crab Orchard Spring MR JOHN LEWIS THOMAS of Mid way to the guest of Miss Nanni- Woods Engleman MR A C SINE went to New Haven Tuesday to work up the Maccabce YLodge at that place AND MRS GoDDYofHustonville are the guesU of relatives In the city Somerset Journal MR W G McBEE is down with ty phoid fever Ills son Raymond Mc lice is convalescing PRETTY Miss IDA MAY Bounty of Lancaster is the guest of her sister Mrs W K Warner MR C F CHENAULT and family of Madison have been tho guests of Mr E P Woods and family MRS T W JONES and Miss Elizabeth Jones are visiting tho family of E pI I Norman in Clinton county Miss SOPHIE ALCORN left Tuesday for Morganton N C where she will teach In tho State School for tho Deaf MESSRS W J AND NATHAN DOZIER of Koskiosko Miss arrived Tuesday to visit Mrs Dozier at Mr E T Pences MRS II B BURGESS and Miss Hobba of Tucson Arizona are wit Mesdames W P White and Jesse TraylorMR AND MRS MARK HARDIN of a Stanford visited his brother Attorney Sam C Hardin Sunday and Monday London Sentinel MRS M H COLLINS non John and daughter Mary Quisle Collins of Mem phis are guests at Mr S M Owens In the Me Kinney section MR AND MRS J E BucKhave mov ed to Gilberts Creek and Mr William Rankin and family of Harrodsburg now oecnpy their residence MR J E FARRIS and family and Mr George C Keller Jr and family of Danville havo gono to Orlando Fla to spend the winter and probably re aide MR WALTER SAUNDERS of Beau montITexas is here mingling with his many frlenda Ho looks like tho climate of the Lone Star State agrees with him MRS JAMES H SWOPE and daughter A Miss Virginia have returned fromShel byville Mrs Willis Palmer of Orlan do Fla is expected soon to be with Mrs A E lIundleyAdvocateI CLINTON 1 MARTIN has returned to Bowling Green after a months stay with his grand parents Mr and MrsI C M Jones Ills mother Mrs Mag gie Martin will take a position in a school at Hollyoke Miss MRS JOHN A HALDEMAN Miss Jean Bruce Haldoman and Mr John Buch anan who have been making an ex tensive trip through Yellowstone Park and other points of interest in tho West haveJreturned home Courier 1MESSRS W A DUDDERAR and S D El more of Scottsville III returned to their homo Tuesday after a visit to rel- atIves In this county It was Mr Dud l dcrara first visit to the scenes of his childhood in 47 years and he hardly recognized Stanford so great has been improvementL COLEMAN who has been Drug Store for sev eral years has given up his position and will leave for Louisville Sept 15 toI 4 take a course in pharmacy Mr Colel man is one of Stanfords best young men and we are sure be wont be long in getting a sheep skin t Miss ANNA D MCROBERTS has bee n quite sick REV R B MAHONY was in Louis weekfl KEWLAND is visiting rcl atlves in tho East End Miss ALLIE YANTIS of Lancaster is with Miss Lottie Carson JUDGE W A TRIDDLB and family have returned from Mason county- o Miss LAURA DYE has returned from a visit to friends In West Virginia SAgn fED1TOIt J J BARRY of the New paid this office a call yes tcrday MISSES WILSON of Atlanta and Cot ton of Danville are with Miss Cooper ClaraI Miss BESSIE FOWLS is spending week with friends In Paris the fair Miss FETRO who will teach vocal music at the Graded School arrived yesterdayMR H BAUGHMAN was visitin his daughter Mrs Shelton Saufley Frankfort Miss ANTOINETTE GRINSTEAD is in Somerset attending the fair easy visit ing relatives Orchrard returned to St Louis with his son W G Lackey Miss JENNIE NEWLAND leaves toi morrow for Campbellsburg where she will teach rhls year MISSES SUE TAYLOR ENGLEMAN and Levin Harris attended the hop at Somerset last night MRS MAGGIK JAMES and Miss Jesn Buchanan of Crab Orchard were here a short while yesterdayIMRS J M SEWELL and children- r who are with Mr and Mrs E T Pence cave today for Independence Mo Miss LIZZIE McKlNNEY and brother Pleasant who have been with the fami ly of W 0 Speed In the West End re turned to Lafollctte Tenn yesterday Miss SARA BAUGHMAN will entertain from 3 to Wednesday aftcnoon JosephoHarkins and Miss Mario Harkins Preston burg T A BRENT who is back from a trip through Indiana and Illinois tells us that the prospects for crops are much better in this section than they are in those States MR AND MRS JAMES MERSHON an Mr and Mrs J P Thompson and eo have returned to their home at Leba non Junction attar a pleasant trip t Mackinac Island and other points MESSRS M S BAUGHMAN J M Al verson J C Lynn Alfred Pence flu bert Carpenter R T Bruce S M Ow ens R 1 Hubble are attending theI Somerset fair A large crowd will go down today Miss KATE NEWLAND of StanrordJ is the guest of Miss Alice out Main street Mrs Annie Engleman and daughters Misses Nannie Woods and Sue Taylor spent a few hours in Danville yesterday AdvocateI LOCALS StanhII SEE our new Whito and Gold China Farris JUST carAmerican fence ing Farris WATCH Window for bargains in coffee G D Hopper JUST received Jigline of ladies Fall and Winter shoes Cummins 8 Wearcn FOR SALEA laknife an sash M Speed Peyton Stanford R R No4 JUST received a carAmerican Wo yen Wire Fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky 1CITY TAXES DunYour city tax Please call and settle B DICarter collector WARD oft the typhoid fever by using Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water It will do It AN extensive line of Fall and Winter samples just received Call and see themI H C Rupley tho tailor THE 1008 tax books ave made out and your taxes arc due Come in and settle T J Hill sheriff WE will carload Northern seed wheat this week Call at mill andI see samples J H Baughman Do not be imposed upon There are imitations and adulterated water and salts on tho market Whftos Diamond Brand is the genuine LOST a black satchel on the Huston ville pike Contained a deed n silver dollar and a monoy order for 10 No tify Tilda Lee Turncrsville HON Fox BOBBITT will address the farmers of Marion county at Lebanon Monday next Sept 6th Subject Stock Breeding 600 DAYS Charlio Watson alias Dump Fisher got 90 days for stealing but made his escape whilo rkE ag out the sentence He was captured a lew days ago when Judge Owslcy imposed a sentence of 500 days in jail SCHOOL shoes for children Cummin It Wearen GET close to naturesndheep well 1Crab Orchard water should bo kept in every home ovfjTIE dove season andhunters b the dozen leave town almost every day to wage war on the innocent things youlolngfigure with you Work done satisfac torily Will Stone phone 84 INSURED Montgomery Ward tho fine horse killed by lightning in Sandidges barn last Sunday had bee insured three days before for 2600 ITnE Crab Graded School are due If not paid by Oct 1 a penalty of 5 per cent will bo added colletiWHEN you want blacksmithing and repairing done call on W T Miller at Middleburg Ho docs the work quick ly and well at the most reasonable prices GIVE us a chance to do your plum ing tinning and repairing Wo 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 Ico Co will please call on me at W K War ners tin shop on Depot Street and set tie same Goo P Bright FOR RENTCottage I now live in Has four rooms hall two porches and cellar and is in good repair All nec essary outbuildings Possession Sept 1 John M Stone Stanford Gov LUKE P BLACKBURN often said that he did not believe any one who used Crab Orchard water regularly WhitesfGAIT CARL CARTER is a catIwhen it comes to managing R base ball team He took his aggregation to Junction City Wednesday afternoon and walloped the club of that place 19 to 10 it thensubscribeuCarpenter Box 17 They will prompt ly attended to MR S M OWENS offers for sole pri vately his magnificent 265 acre bluegrass farm near McKinney Read the advertisement which appears in another column and look at his property If are thinking of buying a farm SEND my J1 toTiptonvtllc Tenn as it Is impossible to live and thrive in the back woods without news from Gods country Am getting along fine Regards to yourself and other friends writes Prof J C Cheek who taught here last year AT Paris Ky on Aug 13 there was organized the Daughters College Mem orial Association The purpose of the organization In to mark in some suitable way the unmarked grave of Mr John Augustus Williams Every woman who was at any time a student at Daughters College is requested to send- a contribution of from one to five dol lIars to Mrs James McClure Treas Paris Ky ANNOUNCEMENTTh greatest fac nextdMonday ed and High School will begin its work at 830 All patrons and friends are cordially invited to be present All pu pile of all grades primary and first in eluded are expected to report at Graded School building not at college It is enteraing ut any time will enter next Mon day Sept 7th Remember date time and place FOLLOWING is a list of Lincoln county young ladies who teach in Schools for the Deaf and who are sought after the best institutions of that kind In the United States Probably no other county in Kentucky or any other State has sent out as many teachers as has this Misses Mary Carter will teach this year at Council Bluffs la Maud Carter at Indianopolis Etta Belle Root at Feland at Santa Fe New Mex Nell and Josephine Warren at Cave Springs Ga Sophia Alcorn at Morgan- town N C Mary Burch at North ampton Mass Susie Saunders at Addle McClary at Linda Miller at Knoxville Tenn Alice Alcorn Cave Spring Ga Rose Alcorn at Van Cou vcr Wash Minnie Rupley at Omaha Neb Stella Rupley at Olathc Kan Cynthia Beck at Knoxville Tenn Whitley Murphy at Salem Ore Eliso Engleman at Santa Fe N M Blanche Vandeveer at Indianapolis Ind Mattie Alcorn at Chicago Ada Alcorn at Moline III Georgia Newburn at Knox ville Tenn Clara Cooper at Scranton Pa Lucile Cooper at Boise Idaho Those whotaught at one time but who now married and have given up the work were Misses Nottio Beck Bess Menefee Mattie Menefee and Helen Taylor pigsJohnTilE best 20c coifee on the market for 15c per pound G D Hopper OUR old friend Ed C Gatnes is do ing a splendid insurance business at Lancaster He is agent for a number of the best fire life and accident com callYDELANEY Mrs Bella Delaney aged 76 is dead in the Sopors section Eld auand a good woman The burial took place in the Friendship burying ground in the presence of a large crowd of sorrowing friends Wednesdaynrepresenting the stars and Stripes won the first prize Miss Lyles Cooper who portrayed a Schoof Girl got the second and Miss Lorraine Campbell as Good Luck won third prize A good crowd was in attendance and skating was kept up until a late hour DR AND MRS JOSEPH BECK enter tained Friday evening in honor of their guest Miss Gray of Cincinnati The spacious lawn was beautlfullydccorated charmbing the evening delightful refreshments were served Those honoring the occa sion with their presence were Misses Baughman Alexander Barnette Baltic Moores Gray Sandidge McKinney Betcher Newburn Prill Newburn and Messrs Baughman Carson Mc Kinney Yowell Bibb Frye Neil Hall Eugene Dunn Cleve Dunn Carpenter and Weatherford Blue Grass Farm For Sale I DlueIramileYorlh JaSJiiwellIniprovedHplvndldly fenced and nn abundance of water Convenient to schools end churches andbllprproducthefoot of It About lOOacrei In cultivation and beingpreparedforwheatthis particulars address or call on HM OWENS McKinney Ky At Public Sale A VERY DESIRABLE BLF GRASS fARM One Mile from Stanford Ky OlvenlBrwe will on i SATURDAY SEPT at a oclock r tell on the premiums at theennonwhichMrsMarycOlvens at her death The farm contains situated on the East tide of the Iiunvllle turnpike about one mile from Stanford end within a half mile of the Stanford Iruded School The Improvement consist of it residence containing tj rooms besides balls also commodious barns and other outbuildings About onehalf of the farm Is In grass all under good fence The soil Is well adapted for tobacco hemp and the other crops usual to this section Pos session for seeding purposes will be glen as cropltIITKHMtvOnethlrd cash remainder In two equal Installment In one and two years optiontoA good general warranty deed will be made on receipt of cash payment and notes of purchaser WGivenAll persons having a claim against the requlltedtoHubble Ky 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA sU1Nr Y SEPT 6TH SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving Junction City 600 AM TICKET FOR PARTICULARS PiIKeep 8a childs foct it natera alerted as shown at the left Many childrens shoes force the pliable growing tones and muscles Into Danihnl shapes as shown at the right Educators are designed to hip the IOKS and muscles In natures shape The Oat leather soles provide UgMaess- fleiitlfitj and wear and upper leathers are of the highest class To hate jeer child think yea fer perfect fetllaUUr life twj EDUCATORS This is EDUCATOR week all over the United States Thousands of shoe dealers are talking EducatoriShoes 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 i i SEVERANCE aSON South East Corner Main Depot Stse STANFORD KY Fall Goods Come in and inspect our Fall line of Dress Goods Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes Kimona Goods Purses c All Oxfords at cost and big reductions on all Winter Goods Make our store your headquarters while in town and you will find that our prices are lower than the lowest and the quality of our goods is the best A new line of Post Cards just received I s That we are agents for International Tailoring and L E Hiayea Co Remember we guarantee fit quality of goods and pri- ceTRIBBLI3 HUGHES 1 Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI 1ublicII If 98BIfOraZLe cComes sealed airti lit in immediate n I readiness for Perfect Results with Ccrlificate covering unconditional Guarantee year free honing agreement For Sale by W He HIGGINS I i llLThe Interior Journal Enitredinihe PottOJicca1 Stanford w ttoondCtau waiter BLIlllIaD Jt1JtID4Y8 AND rRIDA- YAT JOO PER yeAR CAS Awblo not to paid I00 will be charged L N TIMETHBLE No JlHouth rasp at No 3tNoatb H2S PM MNo2JOS S RICE Agent B1 De qARTER1 NewLiverv Depot StreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD Porthearrestnndconrlotlonofnnypersotrespassing n doing Injury to rl pn 110blgbwnysor Injury to tock from he lands of other oplp This rewont refers to pnit present and futuro I alto offer n sped llil reword of 0 for particulars see me I also offer two special rewards of IV nn ellchJOOftrpellter A S PRICE t Surgeon Dentist STANFORDKENTUCKYOffice the Oweley Building For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G PruittMoreland A Frlrttd In lined Is A Friend Indeed- t For Insurance on Farm Property in cluding Tobacco Bariiq 1talk with Jesse D Wearers The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY e 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADC MARKS r DESIGNS aeJlt01lr I4semen le probably J t fol a nmmanla tentet e ifteulnotlct without Scientific fliitcricait A tmndiomelf IllnntrtlM wttktr oT nnj rientlflo Journal ierzniiraa nwdeaIetMUNNBranch Offlca G F Ft Viblo ton DU 4 L Beazley B Co Undertafcera and Embalm en Also Dealen in Fur aiture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY rw +eataa x J Ca McClary J Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In HarnesjaddleryS- TANFORD KY jrfirr J f f ocrhone1S7 IIome Fboiie SJ a a t w FARMERS DEPARTMIKT There U an aspapague bed covering 20 acres in California Stock hogs and CO stock eves for sale H Reid Stanford IFOR SALB Northern white seed rye Shelby Junction City neaHr Fort SALE75 stock ewes and 40 feeding cattle A W Carpenter Moreland Ky ESTIUY White sow weighing about 160 pounds bob tail Reward W 0 Walker Stanford Edsell Clarke sold to Elmer Board man 75 fat hogs averaging 200 pounds attic per pound Paris Kentuckian W A Terry of Hiseyille sold to L M Monsees of Smithton Mo sixi Jacks and 19 jennets for 7625 an average of 305 cllchIOne thing one finds at country fairs in Kentucky that can not bo found in any other place in this country and that Is fivegaited saddle orses The gaited horses belong to Kentucky and no other State produces- or uses to any great extent the real saddle horse FOR SALE Warren wood the beautiful blue grass farm of 380 acres two miles from Danville Ky Elegant home second to none in Boyle county dNo railroad crossings between it and Danville where there are colleges fo both young men and young women For particulars apply to Mrs Jcarf D Warren executrix of Wm Warren IN MEMORIAM There was a gloom of sadness cast over this vicinity on Aug 11 1903 when the Death Angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Dink Farmer and took from them their dear little daughter Kittie aged 13 years She was a kind sweet girl always had a pleasant word and a sweetsmile for every one Dear little Kittle she has left us Two long weeks since she has gone But we know she is safe in heaven Mingling with the happy throng It was hard to part with Kittie Oh so hard that she must die But we know that we can meet her If we only try Dear parents brothers and sisters Weep not for your tears are all in vain The loss of your dear little Kittfe Is her eternal gain Dear little Kittie how we miss her And we will forever more But we hope some day to meet her On that bright and happy shore There was an angel band in heaven TJiat was not quite complete So God took little Kittie t1 To fill the vacant seat The mission thats left try to fulfill And be submissive to his will A friend MARY OTTENHEIM George C Petry sold a fat cow to G D Boone for 26 Farmers are beginning to plow for wheat in this section since the recent rainscIt seems that Hon Harvey Helm has not forgotten his Lincoln county friends He is having the report of the agricul tural department and other interesting literature sent out to them Morgan Boone and children of Som erset are visiting his brothers near this place G M Ballard who has been living at Somerset for the last three years writes that he will be here next week as a permanent citizen of Lincoln county as Somerset is breath ing her last- Elmore Siler and wife of Paris have been visiting relatives and friends in this section George and Andy McKin spentSaturdayfolks They say crops are favorable and are about up average in that county Henry James and wife visited relatives in Garrard from Friday until Sunday James Manuel and family of Lebanon Junction are visiting his par ents here Its u pity when sick ones drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart and Kidneys That is all wrong A weak Stomach means weak Stomach nerves always And this is also true of the Heart and Kidneys The weak nerves are Instead crying out for help Tbfs explains why Dr Shoops Restorative Is promptly helping Stomach Heart and Kidney ailments The Restora tive reaches out for the actual cause of these ailmentsthe falling inside nerves Anyway test the Restora tive 4R hours It wont cure so soon as that but you will surely know that help is coming Sold by Pennys Drug Store Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 i daysParisMonticello Sept 8 4 iA Sureenough Knocker J C Goodwin of Reldsvllle N C says Bucklens Arnica Salve la a sure onough Knocker for ulcers A bad one came ou my leg last Summer but that wonderful salve knocked U out in a few rounds Not even a scar remained Guaranteed for plies sores burnaeto 25oi at Penny Drug Store LL SOMERSET UotikMAL FOR SAtkA splendid plant splendidly equipped the only semiweekly newspaper in the Kentucky mountains and always a mori ey maker Citys population from 10 000 to 12000 Population of county about 40000 or more A rare opportunity for a hustling newspaper man to get possession of an old established in fluential and popular newspaper and job office at a greatly reduced price in the most promising small city in tho State Situated midway between Chattanooga and Cincinnati on tho Queen Crescent railroad Address the Jour nal Somerset Ky or 444 W 6th Street Lexington Ky Passed Examination Successfully JamesDonahue Xew Britain Conn writes I tried several kidney rumo1 dies and was treated by our best phy sicians for diabetes but did not im prove until I took l olcys Kidney Remedy After the second bottle I showed improvement and five bottles cured me completely I have since passed a rigid examination for life insurance Foleys Kidney Remedy cures backache and nil forms of kid ney and bladder trouble New Stan ford Drug CoP John Czolgosz a brother of President McKinleys assassin was sentenced to atrSharon Pa The police is insane and his case will be investi gated v Foleys Orino Laxative is a new remedy an Improvement on the laxa Elves of former years as it does not gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to take It is guaranteed New Stan ford Drug Co BRIDGE LETTING AS commute of the Lincoln County Fli cut Court I will receive sealed Iddi for an Iron or steel bridge ovnr hanging Fork Creole on the Htnntord d lliutonvllle pike All bids to be In on or before Oct IW8 Two span each 33 feet long 10 feet wide nBCOOlKll Clerk Htnnfonl Kr Danville Board Trade r 223 E Main Street Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions orStock bought for oosh donmar aiR Our execution guarnnUK latlifnc prhaltfonDANVILLE IOARD TRADE Farm For Sale I Vine blue grn s farm located ort the 1leai ant IIIII pike three mill North of the town of Danville will idld nt publleuuotlonto the highest nnd boat lildder In front of the courthouse door In Danville Ky on MONDAY HKPT SI IWH atS of lock P This farut contains M acres of Well Improved blue grass Intid ei tObueeoabarn Terms of sale w II be wthlyd cash find balance In easy payment 1erionsdeilrlng Information will write to 00 l AOIIY Ally DaitvllleKy Any prospective buyer will be shown tha farm at any time If You Want to Keep Posted on Political Do ings Subscribe for the elt c yr rl State Journal The best Demo 4 cratic Daily ipi Kentucky Write forr aeand Par ticulars top Pul WALTO Frankfort Ky- r A Thin abovo fine twoyearold jack is owned by J M Cress of the Preach eravlllo section He Is a son of Tom Small Farm For Sale I tulletrottroadpairomC FOR SALE I 4 Rhode Island Pullets and Cockerel WltdMallardKHXIHTOXfbont Sign Writing Draper nnd Houte Painting taper Hunter G MEDAIRY Inttrlir Fresco Dfctrator QralnlnirKte McKISKKY KY CUT FLOWERS Of nil kliMli always hand Irlen ran tounhla attention to funeral or wedding orders OHHIHMAN OHKKNUOfW Ed HublMrtl 1roinHUtiifDfil Kr Jesse W SWeeney raoruirroH- Wvory Food iud Solo Stable Lanoaster Ky Eczema is Curable ZEMO a Bqientlflc preparation fot external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema lIcitly yields and is permanently cured t y this remafkaWe medicine Alt Druggists Writs for sample E W Rose Med Co St LouUtKo Pennys Drug store ooperPenningtonFire Life insurance 1r oj nOJlro nttnS old and MtnhlUhoil Coin anius Jll Follows Building Stan ford Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate Exduoie Me TITLE COv e No ld0 acres on the Wnyneiburf plkq near llighlnnda rootn houae barn anti oil eroutbulldlngi nice orchard Thliproperj 1 nearchurc IInd worth the price lMNo IIO acrt S mile Routh of Crab Or twoltoryhouaad about acres of this land is bottom land and produce flue crop A bargain at IISUO K cash balance lit one and two years No3119 acres on Iluck Crock near Wayne purg room house barn nnd other out liundlnnii plenty of water Cash price ft UO Not109aoret near Level Green nock castle county This tarn has a new J story frame house would cost to build now tiOOO good Imrn crib to located near church and school This la n nice home mid con be bought for per acre cash re mainder In It month No 6113 acres the nbore farmi 100ncrii In cultivation Dwelling of room good barn end other outbuilding nice or chard Oneof the bat sprlngaln the coun ty Prlco flJUM huirt 8li balance and yenr No 6I1 acres adjoining fnrm No4arid1W acres In cultivation balance In tint her Good white oak hickory and some fins cedar has 2tory log lm e nnd good orch ard well watered Cash prlco No 7850 acres near Mnretibura Ky acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuilding tine water snd school church and n station Price ftffO 3cash balance In one and two years No 82U acre near Conway Xy nearly all of this farm ss bottom lund tin for corn and meadow very good dwelllnehouenewbarn Rod other building on county road s miles from Uerea College price H 000NoDdtecre on Prtkos Oreek a mile from Orab Orchard Thli farm adjoins the pike and Is a part of the Coo Evan farm all 4argaindeeper at No JI7I near Stanford Kylnaloe shape with all necessary bulldlngletc can be bought worth the money Tor lull particulars In regard tq all the above farm see or write Hughes or James I White Htanford Ky r tt X Keene He won In hIs ring at tho Stan ford and Crab Orchard fairs and was second in tho sweepstake ring at Dan Idandy DID you ever look up the meaning the words Price and Cost We venture youd be interested even surprisedErice meant not money not cash but Reward Praise Worth In the days of Caesar they called it Pretium Cost comes from the old Icelander word Koster signifying to Choose to Test to Prove soldCostup in actualuse So were not so far ofT the track today for when you I r t buy paint the Price of it should be the measure of its usefulness in appearance and wear Its Cost to ybulwill be how well it stands the test you put it to If it does well its cheap if not you paid too much Measured by this poor paint costs far far more than good paint never worth the price asked and never stands the test of wear Theres one house paint made thats worth the price and stands the test and thats HORSE SHOE BRAND HOUSE PAINT best leadzinc aged linseed oil japan coloring matter and nothing else honest materials honestly prepared sold on honor Seven gallons of HORSE SHOE PAINT rovers as muchsurface as ten gallons of ordinary paint and covers it longer d Then too theres a full line of Rood HORSESHOE BRAND Paint Spccialtiei HORSE SHOE BRAND faint for the Barn for the Roof for the Porch for the Floor for Inside Walls Screens for Buggies Wagonsin fact for everything When youre ready to buy paint or paint specialties and want the Price and the Cost both right as well as the Paint just remember that here is one store where youll find what youre looking for For Sale by The New Stanford Drug Co 7 BeechNut I- Bred t Sliced Bacon r Try one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your money back GEORGE H FARRIS The New PerfectionJ Wick Blue Flame Oil Cookf n J St01estQeo D Hoppers StahforeTi Kyo- P r Get HLisvPrics a