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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tl THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 I OLe XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1908 N054 MATRIMONIAL Mr and Mrs C M Roberts of Dontsvllle Nelson county celebrated their golden wedding Saturday Soy en children have been born to this cou pie and they were all present at the celebration Atlas Clydla Waddle daughter of tilt and Mrs J L Waddle was married Wednesday afternoon at the home oftha brides parents t jRov Stephen B Lander of Dloomfiold Rev Tad lock of Norma and Rev Vaughan of this city officiated Somerset Journal The engagement of Miss Helen Her Rer daughter ot Alexander forger a prominent miller and Board of Trado man of Minneapolis Minn and Wit liam Jennings Bryan Jr is admitted by Mr Berger Miss Berger and her mother are visiting In Lincoln Neb It Is said the wedding may not takeI placo for a year or longer A Few Figures There are 481 systems of shorthand The Jest ostrich feathers bring 25 a worlds annual coffee crop Is 700 000 tons Two peerages a year become extinct in marriages in every hundred each include a widow or widower The sweepings of Londons chimneys make annually 60000 tons of looti which sells as fertilizer for 200000 In India In the healthy neighborhood of Negapatam living is so cheap that beef costs only three cents a poundI mutton two cents chickens from twoI to five cents apiece eggs four cents aI dozen butter five cents a pound and fruit and vegetables in the same reoI markable proportion as for instance pineapple 10 cents a dozen and new potatoes five cents a peck t Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly CoughIlaers to me rotting eUo even for very yoHDgbntitai Tho wholesome green loaves and tewler sums of a lung healing mountainous shrub give the emraUve rop rtlM to Dr Shoops Qoafsh RetMdy It eatms the cough add Inata the sensitive bronchial inwHtiranM No opium no chloro forma nothing harsh used to Injure or illgupprele Demand Ir Sheops Aa Dept no other SoM by Pennys Drag Stern I Pink Pain TabletsDr SUoops stop headache womanly pains any Palo anywhere In 20 intnutM sure Formula on the 26o box Ask your druggist or doctor about this formula Its fine Penny Drug Storo Aiac FoxInn tmmlwmie large young Jerry lull de m4 mlnl from n afar unbroken lln of IIlan1ItolpuledandMun Uol rich milk lit one day If ln lltvf MUe IwjiU IIke or Ult JtktlllAlof- Hlllle Anmitor ant hnvt ilrlrtly soot cow you iluiultl nvnll youiwll 0111 sur vlit Ise will h nllowo to orv n llmllnl iiunilnr ot approved regUUrwl roam out stir of our own Aral tlilt jvnr fur u too of llllITrlephnnr re t Ky N 1IW hlllooar tltrer corm hone hull calve Unit will botoltlnt right price Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 I dtflre to tell privately my tplemllil Illue Iran Knrin of acrvt iltunled In the dyed End of Lincoln county one ttdln North of MoKlnnvy Kami Iles on tplvmlld l lk ni wvtlut nn the Q tO Railroad In a sites from Uuitonvlllv end 8 mlletfrom Ntenford the count tent Farm It well lustprove4 tint hni necry bulldlnKs fnl1 mud alt nbuntnace of water Convenient to acbooll alld church t nnd pipoolnllr convenient for trnderi nods iiblppen Urn of the IMI t stock fnrmt In IliKMln county All of the lead it product lye nmt machine can run oar every foot of It About imncmlncultlvntlonand the crop shows for Ibelf l acret bet pre trrt for wheat this VII Kqr furtlfur iiiurtlculnrt address or cull on 1 BM OWKN8 MoKlnnoy Ky PUBLIC SALE I ergInlt boulht In the ittte of Indl unitTi1ENDAYREITEDInERfi1m04Iad tlnmwy In County KYI two niflot from Point Lick nod 10 ro- mA ncaller on the Lancaswr and Illchmond unplketIi yearold extra uitar plantation mule a one year ol sugar borao mules Thewllmules ore to 16 hands high and cost from 176 to tin Fall at weaning time one mare lux years old IT hands Inch high 1111 broken one mere pairIbroken olle Mood Jack nine years old hands and molt good brood mare 10 lIfI old co bylde and In Ionl gen tie for Indies to not afraid of steam or automobile one goal brood nmce Ir years old colt by side and In foal to Jack well broken to work some yearling cols and ltllies n lot of two and Ihfte yrold flue trotter and oombined ti 101 of brood tnaresand 81 bead of Iun feeding will welgh over ll0o pounds a lot of goon yearling steers tome extra good milch one goat good tock boat will welghover100lba nine brood sows n of balled corn toyfejudg In tbe fieldtandsome elln be Itd down i5 bushels of good heauhalf interest m ton cores tobacco tobacco sacks Male tObegin ataAtrsharp B Ramsey lslnt Llck Kr W T Prewltt Auctioneer Berea Ky 51 c Here and There Mrs Ellen Endsley aged 104 Is dead at Butler tXp Spanish War Veterans voted to holt their next encampment at Tacoma WashSo tiny are some of tho screws used in watches that an ordinary thimbk will hold 10000 of them Frank P Sargent commissioner of Immigration depkrtment of commerce and labor died in Washington A long continued drouth in Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia is grad ually reaching serious proportions John J Emery of Now York and Cincinnati died at Bar Harbor MeI after several days illness of pneumonia Arthur Jenkins a naval clerk is ir jail at Norfolk Va charged with writing an obscene postal card to President Roosevelt Three thousand people are homeless as tho result of a lire at Rawhide Nov The property lots is estimated at 750 000 or more Henry Bennett of Dycusburg wit sue the night riders of Lyon and Trigs county who whipped him and burned his warehouse last winter The leper colony on the Island of Mo lokal Is to have a moving picture show People of Honolulu subscribed 500 in a few hours for the purpose Tho condition of Charles B Roberts Jr of Baltimore who was shot while in a rolling chair on the boardwalk at Atlantic City continues to improve The farmers predict an early and se vere winter because the bark of the dogwood is thicker than usual That seems to be about as good as the av erage weather sign As a result of thus operation of tho child labor law which became effective September scores of boys and girls employed in stores offices and tobacco factories of Lexington have quit work and are preparing to enter tho city Cosmopolitan National Bank of Pittaburg was closed by direction of the controller of currency on the grounds of insolvency The Mount Washington Savings and Trust Company was closed nt the same time by the Pennsylvania State banking commissioner The forest fires which have been dev astating suctions of Minnesota have been checked Tho wind has subsided and for the present there is no feat of further serious damage Gov Johnson has issued a proclamation to the popple of Minnesota asking assistance for the fire sufferers Alonzo Kelley a lad 15 years old rncde a confession at Louisa in which he admitted that in company with John Sprouso they set fire to tho house of Charles Cooper on the night of August 28 During the burning of the house two children were cremated and Char le Cooper was fatally burned Mrs Cooper arid another child were disfigur ed for lifeA Investment Mr John White of 88 Highland Aye Houlton Maine says Hare been troubled with a cough every wintorand Spring Last Winter I tried many ad vertised remedies but tho cough con hailed until I bought a too bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery before that was half gone tho cough was all gone This Winter tho same happy result has followed a few doses once more ban- Ished tho annual aough I am now convinced that Dr Kings Now Dis covery Is tho bust of all cough and lung remedies to Sold under guaran tee at Pennys Drug Store 60o and 91 Trial bottle free SOMERSET JOURNAL FOR SALEA splendid plant plendldly equipped the only semiweekly newspaper In the Kentucky mountains and always a mon ey maker Citys population from 10 000 to 12000 Population of county about 40000 or more A rare oppor tunity for a hustling newspaper man to get possession of an oldestablished in fluential and popular newspaper and job office at a greatly reduced price in the most promising small city in the State Situated midway between Chat tanooga and Cincinnati on the Queen Crescent railroad Address the Jour nal Somerset Ky or 444 W 6th Street Lexington Ky- HUSTONVILLE J Beecher Adams will be in Huston ville Wednesday and all who want to go on the excursion from Danville to Texas would do well to consult him regarding rates and other information concerning the trip When Trifles Become Troubles If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Foloys Kidney Remedy at ones and not risk having Brlghts disease or diabetes Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not play taking Foley Kidney Remedy New Stanford Drug Co NEWS NOTES Mrs T M Downing barn in Jessa mine burned causing a big loss John A Hall president of the Massa chusetts Mutual Life Insurance Com pany died in London Col II N Nevius of New JerseyI was elected Commander in chief of th- C A R at the Toledo encampment Rev Francis Tiffany preacher au thor and traveler died at his home In Cambridge Mass Ho was born in Kentucky in 1827- Fallowing a severe quarrel with his wife D Swope a former fireman cut his throat at his homo in Lexington The wound may not fatal Word has been receivedat the War Department of the death from hear disease at Fort Yellowstone Wyo of Brig Gen Calvin DeWItt retired Mabel Smallwood a 12 month oh child of Carter county found a lot oC strychnine pills and ate them She died in terrible agony a short while later Mrs Fred S Breyfogle wife of the head of the PeerleSs Manufacturing Company a prominent and wealth Louisville man is dead in Columbus 0 The city council of Murray has passed an ordinance which is intended to protect tho citizens of that city against incendiary fires and raids from night funeral of Gen Alexander P Stewart late Lieutenant General in the Confederate army who died at Biloxi Miss was held at the home of his son A C Stewart In St Louis Because of tho low stage of the rive ers at Pittaburg vast quantities of acids from mines along the rivers is gather ing in the pools and is playing havoc with the boilers on towboats Chester Jordan of Somerville Mass was arrested by Boston officers on the charge of having murdered his wife Honorah Jordan whose body minus tho head was discovered in a trunk in BostonDr II Sayres a prominent phy sician was shot and killed on a Norfolk and Western train by Wesley Wilkes Sayrea had previously knocked Wllkos down Both are prominent men in Southern West Virginia Two persons wore killed two fatally hurt and three seriously Injured near Chicago when an electric car on the Illinois Valley Railway struck a carriage in which were seated Walter Snell a wealthy farmer and a party of six persons Shelbyville is in the throes of a ter rifle drouth The water company has notified its patrons that it can no long or supply them as tho scant quan tity left must be reserved for fire pro tection Much apprehension of a Beige of sickness exists John Franklin Dalton a mill man in Calloway county shot and killed his wife Ho mistook her for a nightrider They had oply been married one month and the husband is frantic over his mis take He had been warned by the night rider organization John Fletcher Johnston a brother of Adjt Gen P P Johnston formerly a prominent citizen of Lexington and who for several years had been an em plovo of the Interstate Commerce Com mission at Washington died in that city after a brief illness s The Sheriff of Clark county Ind and his deputies nipped a scheme of prison ers In the county jail to escape The ifllccrs had watched the preparations for days in the hope of catching out ildd accomplices but had to stop opera Ions before they could do so or allow the prisoners a good opportunity to escape How to got Strong P J Daly of 1247 W Congress St 2hicngo tells of a way to become troncr He says My mother whols old and was very feeble is deriving aO much benefit from Electric Bitters hat I feel its my duty to tell those rho need a tonlo and strengthening ncdlolne about it In my mothers case a marked gain in flesh has re tilted Insomnia has been overcome and she is steadily growing strong cr Electric Bitters quickly remedy stomach liver and kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug- Store 50c- Judge Blrkhead overruled the motion of the attorneys for a change of venue in the case of T S Anderson ar ale aged bank wrecker at Owensboro Special Judge John S Kelly arrived at iwenaboro and opened court to hear the cases of the Parrish brothers hanged with the same offense as Anderson The attorneys for the Parrish rolbers also applied for a Change of enue to another county outside of the ixth judicial district Qulok Relief for Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar affords im lediate relief to avthma sufferers In the worst stages and If taken in time1 rill effect a cure New Stanford Drug Co- IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The average yearly salary of all min- Ister in Indiana is 58839 Richard Ramsey aged 20 is dead At Monticello He was a son of Mr G T Ramsey formerly sheriff of Wayne Sievers while on his way horn suffered a hemorrhage of the brain and fell unconscious from his horse near Columbia crossing Somerset Journa F P James has bought of Mrs Mary G Thompson her residence on Lexlnf ton street for 2800 and presented It to his nephew Leo Hampton as a br dal present Harrodsburg Herald Sam Logan Williams and little sor of Casey had a narrow escape from death They were on they road net r Dug Hill When a storm came on and they took refuge under an oak tree Lightning struck the tree shattering it and Mr Williams and his son received severe shocks A special from Chicago says W B Offutt a wellknown and wealthy farmer living near Shelbyville Ky and his 15yearold son areundergoing treatment in the Pasteur Institute Botb were bitten by a mule affected with tbe rabies This is the first case of the kind on record The mule was bitte some time ago by a mad dog Fitccn thousand cans of tomatoes a day are being turned out by the new canning factory at Burgin The enter prise is capitalized at10000 by local capitalists The farmers in the vicinity have in about ICO acres of tomatoes which will average 400 bushels to the acre and are sold to the cannery at 25c per bushel There are employed 50 woo men and girls as peelers and 20 men nt the heated and heavy work A Danville special says Fayett Jones and Henry Davis were arrested at Parksville on tho charge of the mur der of Hugh Dougherty at Pinevillc July 11 Jones and Davis came to Parksville several weeks ago and were leaders at Sundayschool and praye meetings Both seemed to have plent of money and spent it freely Daugh erty a prominent young man was kill ed during the progress of a dance at Pinevllle and the officers have beer working on the case Detective Mont gomory made the arrests and will gel the 400 reward offered by the Gover norAFTERan investigation into the evi dence and hearing the statements of in terested persons on each side Gov Cox has decided to take no action in the ap plication for a pardon for R E Lee Sims convicted in Lincoln county and sentenced to the penitentiary for eighty ars for the killing of John R Farris Gov Cox docs not reject the applica tion for a pardon nor does he grant it but simply leaves the case inatatu quo The Sims case has attracted a great deal of attention here on account of the fact that he is the only Knight Tom plan in the penitentiary and is prom nently connected For more than a week friends of Sims have been here trying to prevail on the acting governor to pardon Sims Friends of the deac mart were also here protesting against the pardon and the case has caused a great deal of talk here Frankfort dis patch to Courier Journal A pleasing good high grade truly flavored amber colored cup of coffee can be had and without the real Coffee danger or damage to healthby simply using Dr Shoops new substl uto called Health Coffee Pure holcsomo toasted cereals malt lifts etc make Dr Shoops Healtl Jollee both healthful and satisfying sro 20 to 80 minutes tedious boiling Made In a minute says Dr Shoop It served as coffee its taste will even rick an expert Test it and see Peunys Drug Store Tim funniest acts in vaudeville nov elty comedy knockabout absurdities mad pantomimic capers will be seen next Saturday night Sept 12 at Wet tons Opera House with J A Coburns Greater Minstrels Dont miss it it is a great show with a multitude of features this season A reliable enjoyable ompany which we have learned to know and will keep all promises every eason A Sureenough Knocker J C Goodwin of Reldsvllle N Clays Duoklens Arnica Salrt is a lureenough Knocker for ulcers A bad one came on my leg last Summer but that wonderful salve knocked It- out In a few rounds Not even a scar remained Guaranteed for piles ores burns etc 25c at Pennys Drug Store The United States produced 29704 129 barrels of salt each of 280 pounds In 1907 leading the world in the Indus try New Yorks death rate is less than It- was one year ago about in the proportion of 1219 a week as against Forest fires destroyed 25 houses at- Ste Marie Quebec The Event of the Season STANFORD OPERA HOUSE Saturday sept 12th One Night Only Jll Gourns Greater e Minstrels New Comedians I New Singers I New Cos tumes I New Vaudeville Acts I PresentingI the most elaborate Electric First Part Set ting and Stage Accessories ever produced by a traveling organization Guarantee your moneys worth or your money back The on ly big show of the season No raise in prices 25 50 and 75 Cents SEND HER A BOX TODAY No need to ask any woman if she likes Candy if you buy the kind we sell To please her and to prove your discriminating taste be surethe name on the box is Lowneys PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Removal Sale of Monuments t Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadwaylwe are obliged to seek a new location To avoid the great expense and risk of taking down leading hauling ami resetting in the new show room we propose erecting we offer the largest as sortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky 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 t Wm Adams Son 142 North wayLexin Ky Residence for sole I I tiJ desire to sell my residence on Portraan Avenue This U a new moderns uptodate house 4 rooms and bath room below 2 rooms and hall above hot and cold water in bath room and kitchen Hot water heat all over the house This is the best and most economical heat that isjkuown today for a residence Good Stable and Garden Price 2000 SaH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky S The Interior Journals L Co WALTON WL MCARTYIIi candidate tot HhcrlfT of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot the democrutli party M S BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democrat party JOHN J MOSER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action ot the Democrat party I M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democrat party JAM Eft C HAY It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomina tlon tor jailer ot Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon ty inbject to the action of the Democratic patty J W FOLEY Ii a candidate for Assasior of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska For Vice President John Worth Kern Of Indiana For Congress j t HARVEY HELM S of Lincoln county For County Judge John Sam Owsley Jr For Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE TUB overwhelming defeat of John J Jenkins for the Republican nomination for Congress in Wisconsin by Irvine L Lenroot is a slap at the Republican stand pattera headed by Speaker Cannon Jenkins was an especial pet of Cannons and he was badly beaten He is reported to have spent from 75 000 to 100000 to get the nomination ACCORDING to the repott of the collections of internal revenue 8616 retail liquor dealers went out of business during the month of July which is said be largely due to tne prohibition legis lation in the various States Looks like the rum saloon must go as our good old prohibition brethren used to sing THE State of Kentucky has suspend ed payment on its warrants and State Treasurer Capt Ed Farley says that the different institutions departments etc will have to skimp along as best they can until the school teachers of the State are paid in October Bear in mind that the republicans are in power PFIMAKIES for both parties will be held in Greater New York today While there are several stirring con tests in New York county and Brook lyn the wider significance will lie in the indication of popular sentiment for or against the renomination of Gov Hughes by the Republicans BRYANS Commoner is a money mak er Charles W Bryan has Sept to Gov C N Haskell of Oklahoma 2000 the receipts over expenditures from July 29 to Sept 1 The money will be used to defray legitimate campaign expenses t MAINE is the next State on the list to hold Fall elections and this week will see the Republican party sending prominent speakers into the New Eng land State in the effort to roll up anIimpressive majority a week hence FROM the number of Kentuckians who are trying to ride into Congress on the tobacco wave the weeds interest should be well cared for at the 1909 session t Two hundred men each weighing 200I pounds or over will attend the State fair from Shelby county in a bunch ExCongressman Gilbert is getting up the party which will be worth seeing Tile enterprising Somerset Times is sued a creditable daily during the Pu laski county fair Brer Williams is a hummer in the newspaper world POLITICAL Lionel SackvilleWest formerly Brit ish Minister to the United States is dead in London Vice Presidential Nominee Kern and Ohio James will bo tho star attractions at the Florence fair in Boone county State Chairman Ben Johnson has ap pointed Rodman W Keenon chairman of the Mercer county campaign com mittee The Tillman republicans of Tennessee opened their campaign Saturday in Gal t latin Hon G N Tillman delivering an address If bps been decided by the republican managers that Judge Taft mutt take the stump in October and speak in the socalled doubtful States Samuel Gompers has announced hi intention of canvassing the Eighteenth congressional district of Illinois in opposition to Speaker Cannon The Indiana campaign of the Independence party was opened in Indianapolis with speeches by Thomas L His gen William R Hearst and others A Chicago special says it Is Ollio James ambition to become speaker o the next House of Representatives should the democrats be in control Announcement was made by Democratic National Chairman Mack that Homer S Cummings of Connecticut had been selected as vice chairman o the speakers bureau William J Bryan is expected to at tend the democratic convention in Peoria on Wednesday and on that day the republicans of Illinois will Hold their State convention in Springfield Horse collar makers employed by a manufacturer at Galesbnrg sent to William J Bryan a collar for Mr Bryans mascot mule Every man in the shop took part in making the col larAlexander Troup former democratic national committeeman from Connect- Icut and editor of the New Haven Un lon died suddenly in the Grand Central Station at New York while waiting for a Republicans opened their cam paign Saturday at Youngstown The speakers there Gov Charles E Hughes of New York Senator A J Beveridge of Indiana and Gov Andrew L liar ris of Ohio The speech of Gov Har ris was mainly devoted to State affairs and he took a strong stand for count local option Democrats in Fayette and Woodford counties who took part in the rump convention at Lexington Thursday tha nominated L Frank Johnson for Congress repudiated their action and all came out for Cantrlll pledging him their support Johnson however claims he will appeal his case to the State Central Committee and abide its y decision liesays that he will giv Cantrill his hearty support if the com mittee decides against him Senator Bob Taylor of Tennes see who used to be known as Fid dling Bob says after a trip throug- Texas Missouri Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska and Indiana that it is his deliberate judgement that things look brighter this year for Bryan than they ever looked for Cleveland in either 1884 or 1892 Judging by the way the people talk he feels confident that Indiana is going Democratic Bryan will carry Nebraska and upon my gtoe Democratic he sure that he will be elected CHURCH MATTERS Tim Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will neet Friday afternoon at 230 at the church Rev J Q Montgomery is conductin an interesting meeting at Yosemite Eld Jones of Lexington Bible College is assisting him Rev C T Thompson pastor of the Bethel and Mt Horeb Presbyterian churches in Fayette county recently received a call to the Presbyterian church at Kosciusko Miss Revs R R Noel of this place and J M Roddy of Harrodsburg closed a 10days meeting at Waynesburg which resulted in 36 additions to the Baptist church 27 of which were by baptism Revs Noel and 0 M Huey began a meeting at Olive church Sunday The old Normal College School property in Prestonburg Ky has been ac quired by the Baptist Education Society of Kentucky and will be opened as soon as preparations can be made The corre spending secretary Dr P T Hale is now on the lookout for competent and suitable man to be principalt Rev J B Briney of Louisville and Rev W W Otey of Lynn Ind min- Isters in the Christian church will hold debate in Louisville beginning September 14 lasting four days The questions at issue ate instrumental music in the church and the maintenance of missionary societies by the church In the Eastern part of Adair county is a church called The Mt Zion composed of women comeouters A series of meetings have been in progress there for several days and closed last week without any additions to the church The last exercises were the most unique ever attepded and con sisted of a footwashing and the giving of the holy kiss The ordinances are performed as follows The women wash the feet of the females and the men the males As soon as the feet are washed and dried the holy kiss is theholydance100 persons thatsection who to this faith The footwashing service was attended by several hundred peo pie A cleverpopular Candy Cold Cure Tablet called Preventlcs 8belng dispensed by druggists everywhere In a few hours Preventlcs are said to break any cold completely And Pro ventics being so safoand toothsome are very fine for children No Qul nine no laxative nothing harsh nori sickening Box of 9815n Sold by Pennys Drug Store They Take The Kinks Out I bar used Dr Kings New Life Pills for many years with Incrcasing satisfaction take the kinks outs of stomach Ihorand bowels without fuss or friction says N H Brown of PIttsfield Vt Guaranteed sails factory at Pennys Drug Store 25c I am a Republican but Im going to vote for hilly Bryan declared the Rev William Sunday the basebal evangelist during a lecture at the Wel- f don Springs III Chautauqua Cheap Politi- csBusiness on the Square nnfd tstruments HiitUfactlon 1KOKJDATHON IIZEHO Ii recognized tt ibc moil kosttt sad ZEii reap T Intttnllr ttllwi sad positively sal perms uenllr coIn Ecscas tat all llcbloc ikla dlKiKS Ccl s bottlt to4AU Drag gist Wren lei unfit EWotdltoStUobHs Blue Grass Farm For Sale As executor of J W Glllllple deceased the State Hank A Trust Company of Hlch mond Ky will on TIiU1tHDAHEiT10lialay high est and bent bidder the fine blue grass farm or sold Gllllsple located near Lowell In Unrrard county y The entire farm consists of about CAacres splendidttarp and all necessary outbuildings and Is convenient to church and school being lo cated on n turnpike and about two mile from Lowell Station on the LA Nrallrond und arolles from Lancaster Ky by turnpikeThe will be offered for sale In three Si parcels separately then the two iarceU on Houth side of turnpike together and then the farm as a whole and will be sold In poeof the purchase money will be duo und pare and the balance of the purchase money will been two equal Installments due re IswetlelY Jan l 1p10 and Jan I nil bearing legal Interest from Jan IIN A lien will be retained for the deferred pur KObecurUyI I ted on day of sale The sale will take plac on theprrmUes HTATK BANK A TIIUHT Hlchmond Ky By LA HCMI VAK President POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting llshlng or any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent otthelaw Alex Cooper Mrs Mary Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mettle White Hlmpion Bros Ttnsley Hpoonamore P W Carter Hen P Martin M X Lawrence Reuben Curtis JB Hocker J M 1ettus T A Hlce Morgan Chanpell- Amandt Hchaeffer Oreen Ferrtll J L Holtzclaw I W hasty Mrs J Klulllam It L Pulllaui Peter Balmer Mrs Katherine Ado Messer A ruxton Ashley UBunnon James XOash J Nevin Carter O M Hack JOh Bnllou MrsJnsllalnesgMrs Rebecca Carpenter W P Martin- A M Krre J II Thompson Thomas errlll Jas It Hkldmore David Burton J It Bunch AL U nichardnon Krnst Miss Mattle Hewei ItelchPnbuch Bros Fred VonQruengnn U K Gaines Albert Vondruengan AT Traylor UlburnOooch N It Plummer Fred Uaumann lllchard Hester Owsle Henry Hester Floyd H O allvvV J W Ieck JWiiaubmnjlJDOoocn W II L BUnderwoodhflonMrs Mar7Cohen John M Carter Martin Alcorl1 John WmCordter DanTra lor M D Klmore Mrs N fiOcxxlo OKTate David Htovens JoblJurer It O Durham W U Rout GotllbOllck Kredllandorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob JJThompson DMAnderson J K Moser Mr and Mrs Jas II Ends A Klbasa rnNJllorlon JJ Elliott Mrs Geo Logan Mr Mary Hufmnnn Win Fields W it Dougherty Frank Cordler Rev Father Leo Dr G Q Perry PUBLIC SALE Having recently sold my tine Bluo Grass farm and in view of prospective induce meats elsewhere I will on- THURHDAYBEPT S4TH sell all of my property in this county which Is more definitely described below A FINE FLOURING MILL of Q barrel capacity which I have recently related with the latest Improved machinery from basement to garret Hald Is of the best wheat tat I have been able to buy since I have been In the milling bUll ness Mill Is run by steam and hal an abundant supply of water Also a com modious all the lots attached necessary Dwelling is wlthlnTAorhlUyards of mill The house contains 7 moms con venlently arranged with back porch concrete concrete cello A No I good cistern in book porch and well in the kitchen and all outbuildings Property U situated at McKinney on tlie Q A o railroad a main thoroughfare from the to Houth mites Houth of Danvllln and miles North of Homerset and one of the best klndllwithdoor This Is opportunity to secure a good Roller Mill at abarllRln My person ally consists of W good 2 pear old cattle welllbt 1100 or I milk cows and calves a5 good yearlings some nice young Itllles 2 year olds lired by such horses as Red Leaf Chester Chief nail Gain bruno one good gentle family mare Tyears old u nice lot of large brood mares In foal to lacks 3 or pair of work mules and mule colts 00 or 75 hogs sows nnd pigs nnd some sheep All of my farming Implnments rom MowingMachinesecond hand hay Ixilor XSncrfu of corn 800 to luuo bales of nice timothy hay a good straw ricks Hale will bo at the farm Sys mllus from McKinney on the Htnnford A Hustonvllle plko Parties deillrlntf to look at mill property can get off train at McKlnney und I or ono of my son will take pleasure In show ing them through the plant and take care or you while hero Parties desiring to attend sale will notify us one or two days before Ihelrcomtng and conveyance be fur nished Beef Burgoo and last but not least BargainsWill sell two small tracts of knob land and a spotted pony Pony in good nnd sharpTEItMMMade sale Possession given Jan 1 1800 KyCapt The Truth Evlirypcraoninthitcitywhoistu ferine from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or sc lp disc case can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fOII externaluse All durgeists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE lIeltInbuy1ng1rourcolAIcKINNEY COAL A KEKUCO E0 hooch Mgr McKINNEY MARiLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs tit Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments KlrstClais Work at Reasonable Prices Office cud Works MoKlnncy Ky Hop doted on Saturday t A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I tarnI will sell privately of acres piketowill be received until Kept IS iww forty acres of thl farm lie upon the West tide of said pike anti the hnlunre with n good brick residence and other hl1l1nlntl un the taU side Will consider bids for the whole tract Yurebalrwltotlon the purposesbalanceBtunlordKy Itching SkinDiseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant t relief and permanently cures any form jf ItchingSkin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE When Ordering Clothes Slave your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then yaurclolhawhrtheralop- rice business suit or the lineal evening clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were inside to your measure I will new take your meat ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Kill and Winter sum pies on hand ready for your inspection UO RUPLKY Tallo1Jjjlantord11 Stock of Merchandise for Sals In Hlllidgevlllt I assignee of Leant Compton for the ot her creditors I will offer at pre sale her stock of merchandlkv ingot lucb nrtlclt n lire uunlly sound In a generaljtore KDWAHD ALUOHN Assignee uuttonvl- lleMyCONCRETING We ore In position to do nil kinds of von creting ns Work Pavements and In fact wo can snake any thing from a house down to n fence post We cnn serve you promptly nnd guarantee firstclass pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky PAIN eaasaPainelse usually Dr Shoop and to props It II hu Dibhoops pink tabln Thai Ubltt ctllM headache Tablet- oouea blood pressure away from sIn centers III er1lCt dwmm plCS1nJrlr dllabtful OenUJ IlatloaIf you fear a achelt blood pressure Alta painful periods with women same aess If you are sleepless restless n nrcus Its blood eocrwUoo blood pressure That surly It a Tabltll1OpItpressureBralsa It ret rod and nrslU and pain you Ot coarse It does Itt coo Wt11fwe MIl at anti end cheerfully reo0xtasaA Dr Shoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE The State UniversityL- exington Ky The RIMe University Lexington ten the following courses namely Agricul tgrolMechaniCal nlllmtrlnK ulvll En- gIneering Electrical nKln8erlnlr Mining KnglneerlngOla3slcal und seven Scientific courses extends over four years and leads ton Bachelors 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 pe and are granted a Bach elordegreeInthissubjectwhencmnpletedm retained County appointees rccleve free tuition privilege of residence In tile dormitories fu traveling expenses If remain tOil consecutive months orono collegi ate year The laboratories and museum ore large well equippefeonnprhomtveand modern Military Science Is for as required Congress The graduates In the several courses of study readily find umploymont with lllwral remuneration The total nuntoerof matric elates for Ihst year win Each depart ment has a specialist nt Its head with the necessary number of assistants Young women find an excellent home with board anti lodging In Patterson Hall which Is well equipped with all the modern conveniences hull for physical culture nt flM per week All courses tudy In the University are open to women on Identical conditions with those applying to males The completion of the Agricultural Mining Engineering Laboratory and Education afford ample and commodious quarters for theso department which are rapidly increasing In the of matrlc ultelFor catalogues methods of obtaining appointments information regarding courses and terms of President PJAMEHK or to D IL Term Begins Sept 201508i flnnOunGeI11ent1 r 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 th- eFabric 1 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 cuff on sleeve large and beautiful buttons on vest with flaps on every pocket Pants full bloomer style 4inch turn up bottom with i beautiful WATCH FOB to match each Suit They are beauties Come and see them H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KetitucKy Capital 4fc 5000000 Surplus ilj 3333000 Resources 34000000re r SH SHANKS PRESIDENTs W M BRIGHT CASHIER J0 PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS 40 jI J B Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford J John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John P Cash TraylorGilbertiH Cummins Prcachersvillc Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek first II3lanlOryanfxtit JS82 Capital Stock Iso000 Surplut and SVtoVWaW Profilr S9 000 f Nil paid in Dividends since Organization S2J 50O- fnvilo tyotv Recounts on Our Jtftritt OFFICERS DIRECTORS l j a J S Hocker President F Reid J H Baughman S T Harris VlcePresldenlI D Elraorp JI Pettni CumminiJohn j y H C Baughman Asst Caihr T p Hilt j Sj Hocker WVSaundersBookkeeper O E Tate THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TeTRANSFER MONEY I18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER rEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONECOMPAHV eIPOIUytn If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur aest Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts DRUGOII9ea TANPORDP The Interior Journal STANFORD KY SEPT 8 1908 NEW QB3ortnifnt of local view post cards at Pennys Drug Store- P16RSONALS J T MENEFEB was In Loiilsvlllo last SUSAN YEAGER spent leveral days at Crab Orchard Miss JOSEPHINE WARREN spent seve oral days in Louisville G G UEAZLEY and W H UlRney attended the Somerset fair William Akcrage was killed by Bert SkaRRs in Taylor county s MR ED BALURD and wife vllited relatives In Upper Garrard Miss LAL PICKETT of Finchville Is y the guest of Mrs William Severance v JiM lion NEWLAND U up fron homcrolkllMRams of Danville were hero Saturday Miss JOSEPHINE SANDIDGE West End Is visiting friends at UlJersl r burg MR W II JOHNSON of Wilmore poised through to Laurel county Sat K L MoKECIINIE of Tamps Flo is with his parents in the HubbU section Miss SARA EMERY JOIINSON of Dan vile was the guest of Miss Eloiu Bcazlcy Miss HELEN TIIUIOND orders her J sent to horse Cave where she will teach again MR L B HILTON and wife hAVe I moved into the residence of John M Stone on Miller street MR L J PARRIOAN of Wayne county is back with Mr R B Mahony in- tho insurance business MR W A YEVOER of Mlddlesboro spent another Sunday with a mighty pretty girl friend here t MISSES BERTA AND RATHERINE MUR THY of McKinney left this week foi Paris to attend College Mns MARY ADAMS is spending a month with her daughter Mrs Uodmar Keenon at Harrodsburg 1 MRS TINSIEY SPOONAMORB and Miss Saliio Smith were guesUi of MrI J D Holderman at Somerset MR J C HAYS of the Eaat End pasted through Friday en route to Boze- man Montana to visit his son MR JOSEPH HARKINS of Preitons burg spent Sunday with his wife who U visiting the Misies Baughman MR W DODDT who has been visit ing his daughter Mrs J N Cash has returned to his homo at Downs III MRS IL F H TARRANT of Birm- Ingham is visiting friends at Crab Or chard where she lived In the long ago CHARLES DAWES is at Indianapolis this week exhibiting machinery for the harvester company for which ho works tMlas LUCILE COOPER leaves today Idaho where she will teach again in the State School for the Deaf MR JOHN S GOODE of Piano Tex t IeIcionMR JASON WESLEY wire and son oi Liberty and Mrs J B Williams oi 4this county attended the Somerset fair FridayJ PRICE formerly of Rowland has secured a good position at Ells worth Kansas and orders the L J sent to him- MISSES PEARL AND GRACE FIELDS oC Stanford have been visiting relative and friends here Livingston Cor Mt Vernon Signal Mns EMMA CURTIS and daughter Mine Julia Curtis of Clifton Louisville were guests of Mrs A W Carpenter i of the West End MRS J M PHILLIPS Miss Mary Phillips and Foster Reid Phillips at r tendqd the Boys Fair at Danville Fri day and greatly enjoyed it Miss LUCILE MENEFEE left Saturday f h visit her sister Mrs Georgo P Maury at Joplin Mo She will go from Joplin to Bozeman Montana to teach 1Mns W C FLOYD and Miss Mark a Floyd of the West End have returned t from a visit to her daughter in Kansas t fair Miss IsaFloyd attended the Somerset IIMa P W HARRELL the gentlemanly manager of advertising car Nc1 of Miller Bros lOl Ranch Show washers billing for the exhibition here 1Saturday MR W G McBEE is very ill with typhoid fever lids daughter Miss Eliza McBee is also down with the fearful disease Raymond McBeo convalescing from it fAIRS CHARLOTTE L WARREN ac Aompanledlhcr son Mr A M Warren as far as on his return to Mobile Ala Mrs Warren will spend r several days withrelatives in the Falls City PROF J N WIGGINTON arrived from his homo inScott county Friday to be gin his duties as teacher in the Graded School Myrtle Green also of Scott came with hlmfand matriculated yes D M WALKER who has been HI eo long wasable to till his pulpit at the ChristtorCchurch Sunday morning to Itm ch to the delight of his many friends He will preach at the usual hours Sun day next MR 11 C WRAY Iat London Miss ELIZABETH HIGOINS Is qulto sick MR T M PENNINGTON is visitln relatives in Somerset MR A B MORGAN of Waynesburg was a caller yesterday ARTHUR C KILL and wife attend the great Somerset fair Miss OPHELIA LACKEY of Crab Orchard is with Misa Sue Rout MRS JOSEPH COFFEY returned Sat urday from ovisit to hn sister at Lon donREV W S GRINSTEAD went up to Mlddlesboro yesterday to attend Conference JOHN BALL and wife spent sever days with the family of J M Reynold atWaynesburgMRS MORTON who has been visitingher sister here left Saturday for Chesterfield III MR J 0 BOGIE one of Garrarc countys best democrats and clovercs gentleman was here Saturday MR J It MOUNT and wife of Lancaster spent Sunday afternoon with tho family of Mr II J McRoberta Miss MARGARET HACKLEY returned to Georgetown College today after a visit to her cousin Mr J T Ilackley MRS W J YAGER and son who have spent the Summer with Mrs W M Bright returned to Louisville Sat urday MRS ANNIE ENGLEMAN and daughters MUses Sue Taylor and NannleII Woods Engleman and Levisa are viiitlng the Misses Kitchen at Ashland LOCALS EGos 15c H B Northcott Stanford SEE our new White and Gold China Farris JUST received c rAmerican tent- Ing Farris inI WATCH our window for bargains coffee G D Hopper JUST carof American Woven Wire Fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky CITY TAXES DUE Your city tax ii due Please call and settle B D Carter collector WARD oil the typhoid fever by using Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchan Water It will do it TUB 1903 tax books have been made out and your taxes are due Come In and settle T J Hill sheriff WE will have a carload of Northern seed wheat this week Call at mill and see samples J Baughman Co SEE the splendid Weibberwagon on isle at Coffey Bishops store More land Best farm and road wagon made Do not be imposed uponThere are imitations and adulterated watf and salts on the market Whites Diamond Brand is the genuine DUFF G PoR TM ANhas rented the Whipp Hotel at Liberty and asks his friends in Lincoln to remember him when at the capital of Casey SAM FISHER son of Spears Fisher 6f Somerset broke one of his arms while handling ice the other day The little fellow works for Beecher Smith JOE JORDAN the horse buyer will beat Beazley Wallaces stable today Tuesday to buy a carload of horses and mules Bring your stock to town THE Crab Orchard Graded Schoo taXcs are due If not paid by Oct 11 penalty of 5 per cent will be added M M Perkins treasurer and collec tor Dn P TRUEHEART of Sterling Kansas winds up a business letter with this good news The political outlook Is bright with us Short but sweet To TEXAS from Danville Sept 15th to Southern Texas For rates and other information see W L McCarty Stanford or Dunn Adams Danville GIVE us a chance to do your plumb ing tinning and repairing Wo are still at Aldridgos old stand and will give prompt attention to all orders W K Warner 6t yFOR SALEMyy splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonvilie pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rico Stanford Ky THE republicans this had a pow wow at Danvlllo Saturday after noon An effort was made to hatch a theme by which Judge L W Bothu rum might defeat Congressman Harvey Helm but it died aborning 54 ACCIDENTALLY KILLED Homer Steel a Negro boy about six years old- was accidentally shot and killed at foreland a few days since A little Ion of Thomas Smith also colored socked a gun from the table it was lying on and the weapon discharged ho load striking Steel in the head kill- Ing him instantlyI SCHOOL shoes for children Cumral Wearen COTTAGE for sale Tent P G Warner Logan Avenue Stanford THE best 20c coffee on the market for IGc per pound G D Hopper JUST received a full Iaof ladles Fall and Winter shoes Cummins Si Wearen GET nature ndkeep well Crab Orchard water should be kept In every home A FREIGHT engine lot the track while switching at Rowland Sunday but did little or no damage BEAR in mind the sale ofthe Givens farm next Saturday Sept 12 Seo ad for particulars CALL and inspect new line oC Hart Schaffner Marx all wools clothing Cummins Wearen Sept 26 is the last day for filing claims against she county oI Lincoln George B Cooper count clerk SOUTH Texas lands for sale Excursion from Danville Sept 15 Apply to- W L McCarty Stanford or Dunn i Adams Danville Ky Gbv LUKE P BLACKBURN often laid that he did not believe any one who used Crab Orchard water regularly would ever have typhoid fever White Diamond Brand at all drug stores AGENTS One Kentucky man earned I960 in one month He was a Hus tier Are you If you are get busy write today M N Schaden 410Trac tion Terminal BJdg Indianapolis Ind I AM now taking subscriptions forth Ladies Homo Journal and Saturda Evening Post All wishing to subscrib please send orders to Miss Josephin Carpenter Box 17 They will be prompt ly attended toIROUTENJames Routen aged abou 23 died at Junction City Saturday afternoon of consumption The burial occurred Sunday afternoon Mr T C Ball of this place an uncle of the de ceased attended the burial AT Junction City turday afternoon Ben W Durham shot an killed John Wright with whom he had a shooting affray several years ago Only one shot was fired the ball brooking Wrights neck We are told that Wright was attempting to draw his weapon when Mr Durham fired In their fight before Mr Durham was shot in the ankle making It necessary to amputate the foot Wright was shot through one of his lungs HE WAS BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY The funniest man in minstrelsy the- best dancer the hardest worker fe the omical lanky sure enough comcdi an and end man Gov Bowen often ad vertlsed as the Kentucky Whirlwind To those who know him no introduction or guarantee is required to those who do not the best we can say is go andI sec for yourself If you dont pronounce him one of the most clever entertainers and original singing and dancing come Bane in minstrelsy you must be hard indeed to please It is impossible not to be entertained by this performer and his funny capers He is the acknowledged peer of any singer or dancer in America his work stands alone away from all others But do not forget that Gov is only one of the many features and entertainers with the Big Minstrel Show at Waltons Opera louse next Saturday night Sept 12 THE biggest and bestinstitution In Stanford the Stanford Graded and High School opened its doors yesterday morning and promptly at 830 operations began There were fully 30C pupils present while the trustees and visitors greatly augmented the attendance The opening exercises began with a song led by Prof J W Ireland and with Miss Ellen Ballou and Miss Jean Patrick at the organ and piano respectively Rev J Murray Taylor read from Proverbs and Rev J L Yandle offered prayer Another song was sung after which Rev Taylor gave an interesting and timely talk lie was followed by Prof Ireland who outlined the work for the year This over the teachers and pupils repaired totbeir rooms and settled down famine months of work Following are the teachers Miss Annie McKinney first grade which is taught at the college Mrs H D Phillips second and third grades Miss Lena Palmer fourth grade Miss Frances Adams fifth grade Miss Lau ra Dye sixth grade Miss Annie Dunn seventh grade ProfJN Wigginton High School Miss Fettro vocal music and elocution Miss Ellen Ballou instru mental music Miss Charlotte Warren art Mrs W K Warner physical cul ture Prof J W Ireland superintendent With such an auspicious begin ning the present term of the school can but be a successful one At any rate It will be if teachers pupils and parents do their duty and we have every reason to believe they will Since tho last term a handsome new piano has been added to Miss Ballous music room and the room has been papered painted and furnished until it is a thing of beauty and a JOY to the accomplished teacher and her pupils I E C JORDAN of Mason county W- Va has opened a hotel at Wayne burg He will also start a livery stabii and feed store there soon YESTERDAY was Labor Day but only those who had to do so labored The banks were closed as tight as clams and Postmaster Florence observed Sunday hours SPEAKING Congressman Harvei Helm and others will address the peo pie at Kingsville tomorrow Wednesday night at 7 oclock at Waynesbnr at 2 oclock Thursday afternoon and at McKinney at 7 oclock Friday night Everybody invited A JUNCTION CITY base boil rooter says wo were wrong when we said that the Stanford team defeated the nine at that place Wednesday lie says tho Junction City boys were victorious by a score of 19 to 7 The Stanford teams captain gave us the score as it was printed TilE biggest crowd ever Walton Opera House is expected Saturda night next 12th when Coburns Greater Minstrels will make fun They wero here two years ago and gave entire sot isfoctlon The show is larger and better this year carrying 40 performers musicians and specialty people IN remitting for his paper to Juno 1910 Mr Sam H Rout formerly o this place but now residing at Gervais Oregon says I sold my oats at 45c Will have about four carloads of Ir- Ish potatoes which ought to bring 1 per bushel This is a great fruit country Send your good paper on we greatly enjoy It HUNG HIMSELF Samuel Lindsay a bachelor aged about 65 hung himself In his barn near the Crab Orchard dept Thursday afternoon He had been In bad shape mentally for some time and his sister Mrs Matt Holman watched him as closely as she could but he gave her the slip and took his life Dcceas ed had considerable land and was a clove man before his mental trouble came THE boardhaving orgAn- Ized it is now the duty of each distric to turn over all property and mono held by tho trustees and treasurers un der the old law to said county board The old treasurer vacated when the new treasurer qualified Ths trustee of Educational Division No 2 are reo quested to meet with their teachers at Crab Orchard next Saturday Sept 12 at 10 A M at which time a new school law will be given each trfistee Everybody Invited G Singleton supt MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge NO to Ft A M will meet In stated communication on each tint nnd third Monday nlghtiof each montbat 730 oclock In theIr hall on Main street Htan ford Ky Member of sister lodges are Ira PennyYSplendid Blue Grass Farm for Sale 1 As executor of Mrs L J Cloyil I willolTer lor sale nt public outcry on the premises at about x Tuesday Hopt IS Ww till magnificent bluo grass farm of about acres of which silo died potnessed It U sit uated In Lincoln county Ky on a turn pike about miles from McKinney and about the same distance from Hustonvllle Tb Improvements btlutnclprlly of a twoitury frlIIo double crIb buggy house tenant house nec wary outbuildings cistern stock scales etc All In grass but about 75 acres It Ii tear good schools churches and n railroad railwayfbeseeding purposes will be given as soon ai the are complied with and ol the whole tract Jan 1st mm At least one third of the purchase price must be paid In clUb and terms as to balance will be arrang ed to suit purchaser This Is one of th boost farts In Lincoln county For I urthei particulars address J D PAXTON Executor KyJAt Public Sale A VERY DESIRABLE BLUE GRASS fARM One Mile from Stanford Ky As executors of the will of 8 W Givens Br deceased and as agents for isle devisees we will on BATUUOAV BKPTK IMS at a oclock p sell on the premises at public auction to the highest bidder the fllrm on hleb In resided at her death The farm contains tciI acres situated on the Knit side of tho Danville turnpike about one mile from Stanford nnd within n half mile of the Stanford Uradcd Hcliool The improvements consist uf a residence containing 8 rooms besides halls also commodious barns nnd other DUtbulldlnKS About onehair of the tarn Is In grillS and all under good tease Tile loll 1s well adapted for tobacco hemp and the other crops usual to this section Pos lesslon for seeding purposes will tie given as loon as the condition of the growing crops- Ill permit and full pOllelSlon JanIliOI TBBMS OnOthlrd cash remainder In two w yearsIthto the purchaser to pay all cash A good general warranty deed will side on receipt of cash payment and notes of purchaser George O Givens H W Givens B Vf livens Executors and Agents All persons having a claim against the state of Mary OUlvens are requested to present same to me II W Gives agent Jlubbte Skirts I We have just placed on sale our first ship ment of new Skirts We believe the i Elite Skirt for which we are agents in Stanford are as near perfection as human hands can make them Our new showing embraces the new shades o- fBrown Green Smoke Grey Navy and Black They come in sthe new gored flared styles Remember we take your measure and make you a skirt just to your liking and guarantee a fit Give us your order now I a SEVERANCE Be SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts t STANFORD K- YFallGoods r Come in and inspect our Fall line of Dress Goods Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes Kimona Goods Purees Ac All Oxfords nt cost and big reductions on all Winter Goods Make our store your headquarters wbile in town and you will find that our prices are lower than the lowest anti the quality of our goods is the best A new line of PostCards just received That we are agents for International Tailoring and L E Hayes Co Remember we guarantee fit quality of goods and price TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY rThere has ken many fad tonimposea uPolljgPblic1 But they all come tack tollie only Reliable I for a Good PrdcticalShaviu Instrument mIIgBfJfH F cIComes sealed air ti ht in immediate I readiness for Perfect Results win Certificate coverin6 unconditional Guarantee and Iwo to year free honing agreement For Sale by W H HIGGINS The Interior Journal Onteredmilu PotiOfict at Stanford III uaend das maNer PLIED TOKSOAX AND IUDATII AT 100 PR YEAR CASH t 1wbeahot so paid f100 will be charged L at N TImE TAILNo SI Month il PM No SI south U2i P x No n North 43 A x Non North Z18 P x JOS S RICE Agent B D CARTER r NoWLlverv Depot troot Phono 96 5TANFORDKENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For the arrest and conviction of any person Impacting upon my fnrm day or night or doing Injury to In traveling the pub lic highways or Injury to itock from the lands of otbEr prole Tbta reward refer to peolalI alto oltor two special rewards of JJ an 1100 eacbJOOarpenter A S PRICESurgeon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owaley Building For the next fewing days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland A Friend In Need Is A Frien Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in eluding Tojmcco Barns talk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY 60 YEARS PATENTS TRADC MARKS 1DratGNS c mayeclctlisteelnttreereceiveyretglScientific jnerican Lergestelrulanonofanyctentigjarnal newdalerMUNNBranch omce cJ F St Wathliiu U U JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and EmbalmI ers Also Dealers in FurIniture Matting Rug They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ca McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OffleePlioae Homophone i FARMERS DIPARTKIMT FOR SALitNoythernwhlto aeed rye Jas D Shelby Junction City R S Scudder will show his string at the Uodffcnvillo fair this week W H Dudderar and S J Bell bought- in Casey 10 long yearlings at 3Jc Four hundred gallons of milk a pea is the average yield of a healthy cow Uriah Dunn of Huatonville sold t Asa Jewell of Fayette two horses fo 265 Mack B Eubanks of the Hubble sec tion refused 5100 per acre for his splendid farm FOR SALE75 stock ewes and 4 feeding cattle A W Carpenter Moreland Ky Dr H Reid sold the 60 stock ew advertised to Sam Castello andlJ B Camenisch at 4 ESTRAYWhtte bow weighing about 150 pounds bob tall Reward W 0 Walker Stanford No bookmakers will be allowed inside the grounds of Belmont Park New York at the approaching race meeting Belle Sprague 216 was sold by Au gust Butterweck of Louisville to W B Linn of Martinsville Ind for 500 Smith T Powells combined mare was a popular animal at the Somerset fair She got a string each time she went in dthe ring Hansford of Harrodsburg sold to Wm Bonta also of that place Nancy Gentry a trotting mare by Ce cilian Chief for 2700 R S Scudders fine threeyearold stallion Chester Peavine won second money in the sweepstake saddle stat lion ring at the Bardstown fair last weekA black gilt weighing about 80 pounds came to my place some three ago Pwner can get her by pay for this notice and her keep E W White Stanford Tobacco was successfully grown un der government supervision in Ireland yetsnot be known for some time On the largest tobacco farm in the world a 25000 acre affair near Am sterdam Ga is grown about a third of all the Sumatra tobacco used for cigar StatesI section of Shelbvare receiving many threaten ing letters They are told that they may cut and house their tobacco but that the torch will be applied to their barns Chairman A G Kyle of the Mercer County Board of Control of the Society of Equity has received an additional sum of 18000 for distribution among the Mercer county farmers for tobacco sold at Winchester FOR SALEPure seed Winter turf oats Made this season 50 bushels to the acre Seed rye and wheat samples of which can be seen at Lincoln Nation al Bank For prices write J M Rey nolds Waynesburg Ky Calvin C owned by Calvin C Carpenter of Huatonville won theroad ster stake at the Somerset fair Friday defeating W B Burtons great road ster and other good ones He is by W M Dodds Gallon and Mr Dodd is showing him Mack Hughes of Dan ville drove him and did it well At West Baden Ind an old sitting hen disliking the idea of hatching out chickens abandoned her nest of eggs and flew into a box containing some small kittens and drove the mother away She has apparently become their mother remaining with them day and night When the kittens mew she Milton Young owner of Mc Grathlana stud in Fayette returned home from New York where he sold 95 thoroughbred yearlings at an average of about 300 Col Young said The condition of the racing game in the East is by no means as bad as I expect ed to find it and it looked to me as if it will again flourish and reach its for mer prosperous state My horses sold well and the prices for yearlings were so bad as I had been led by reports believe they would be In fact the iItIts a 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 This explains why Dr Snoops Restorative is promptly helping Stomach I eart and Kidney ailments The Restorative reaches out for the actual cause of these ailments the falling inside nerves Anyway test the Restora tive 48 hours It wont cure as that but you will surely knowthat help is coming Sold by Pennys Drug Store The following issefrom Wallace Idaho Game Warden Wilson and Deputy Sheriffs Barnhart and Lightner ar rived here yesterday mounted on cay uses and driving before them a footsore army of 46 prisoners arrested for dynamiting fish in tho Coeur dAIene river The arrival of the cavalcade had been annou eed and practically tho whole town turned out to escort prisoners to the county jail QulneyWardb Passed Examination Successfully James Donahue New Britain Conn writes I tried several kidney reme dies and was treated by our best phy sicians for diabetes but did not im prove until I took Foleys Kidney Irshowed Improvement five cured me completely I have since Inrsurance Foleys Kidney Remedy cures backache and all terms of kid ney and bladder trouble New Stan ford Drug Co Jrhls country has turned out some great menand there are a lot of others m office that should be turned out- Somerset Journal Foleys Orlno liaxatlve is tI new remedy an improvement on tho laxa tines of former years as it does not gripe or nauseato and Is pleasant to take It Is guaranteed New Stan ford Drug Co Small Farm For Sale I Hltuntetl on Homi net pike four tidies front btunford Contains acres Good residence nnd abundant outhouse In good repair For further imrtlculnri cull at this stiles FOR SALE I OOcbrellElfllluck Call KDXIATOXIbone FOR SALE I theHouthern tobaccoday J NOIUasP O Wayneiburg Ky CUT FLOWERS Of all kinds always on hand Prices rea Konnlilc Hpoolul attention to funeral or wedding order OHBISMAX OHKENHOtTHK Kd Hubbord Prop Htanford Ky Jesse W Sweeney PBOFBIBTOR Livery Food nand Salo Stable Lanoaster K- yINSURANCE lire Lightning WlndHtorm Life and wad3E9Tilble Rates Guaranteed Lou raying Kec tea Unequalled Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Keildenoe Phone No 8J BRIDGE LETTING I i committee of the Lincoln FliCountyeiil Court I will receive val d tin Iron or steal bridge over Ilnnglng Fork pikeAllTwo pun each 32 feet long 15 feet wide O HCOOPKUClerk Htnnford Ky Danville Board Trade 223 E Main Street Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions p htocki bought for cash or carried on roar ulni Our xecutlonl guaranteed intlifac prhlIteTellphone DANVILLE BOARD TRADE Farm For Sale f Fine blue grnR tarn located on the Pleaout Hill pike three rollei North of the town publlcaucllontothecourt tiouae door In Danville Cyon MONDAY HKPT ltW atx oclock p x This farm contains M of well Improved blue grass land ea adapted tat damp and tobacco dwolllllK I large new tobacco Term of Mill will be onethlrd cash und bnlnnre In easy payments 1crions desiring Information will write to O O DADDY Atty Danville Ky Any prospective buyer will be shown the farm ut any time StanfordMondaySep J Reserved Seats on StanfordH 11 dT Exhibition at Drug Co IT RINGS THROUGHOUT line bait hew that ever struck Chicago Ctktro Joaml uNetbleK III the world at Tented- Amusements U IU equal M K WorM 15kUI 1S Cowboys Wild West Girls VfMrwf Scnotfoi Giurdul KM Men and Women Shirfthoottn Champions of the Lariat Rouh RIden lint Rider Rate RUm Pony Eipmt Veterans TnppenHunttnScouts and Old Timers of the i Wilderness Eiplortn Hull Lighten Steer i Thrower and Steer Tim hone Wrasgicts Bufliloci LonjhomtJ Trui Cattle Docking I DroMnotindMuitintH Cowponies Pllntponlt- fan all other real actual gen Sine limonfuredcniieniofthi cowcamp and range reproduc ing the Sports Frolics Games Roundopt Gallantries Hard ihln Ierili Combat Adreo J HFIRST HOLIDAY U URLS OF V RANCH IN WORLD t POSEI OFOKLA ff4 c of fj t the two IN oBeef the ef the iMMtowa National XDOiltlon sad the t The slyexpe UkM of West life al of er ImlUttesu v NEW YORK CITY I turn and Happenings of their Urn Everything a TmdtrfootlrIndiana fresh from Campfire and Council making their tint acquaintance with In Fur taitic Native Accoutrement and Paint and their War Dances tad other Weird RItes and SJi typical of the Ranch and Range Without circus Vaudeville or Theatric or atmosphere OYCRLflNb TRAIL FORENOON 5TRCCT RilDC Form your OJ 2 P MTWO DAILY PERFORMANCES OR SMINEI Doon open an hour earlier for FREE and welcome Inspection of our Indian and Cowboy Encampment Grand Stand Tickets on talc at the continuously from 9 a to 9 p ADMISSION CHILDREN I A Vu Vfl1Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fat external use Stops instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin dlseuei Eczema sickly yields arid Is permanently cured by this remarkable All Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co lilt LoulMo Pennys Drug Store Hlgn Writing Simper and Stout ralntlng Taper Hanger G MEDAIRy Interior Fresco Decorator Kte McKlNNKYKY Coo per Penniugtong Fire and Life Insurance Representing old and established Com panics Odd Fellows Building Stan ford Ky Beech Nut Brand Sliced Bacon Try one of these If not satisfactory return it and your money ba- ckCHORGE H FARRIS I TRUE IEINI THE ANNUAL TODD OF THE COWIOYS COW X AND IIIIANS THE MOST FAMOUS rx THE AND COMiSOLELY A prodigious BielldaUoa Reach Skews which proved trl- pkaat feature MOM IFEATURES era border oMU kind JBImpossible dupK catlM thcrfrtwo OF MENTesSATi 1 Romantic Daily except raleface drSUitlm exhibiting Ceremonies AmbuthlJUEiobcnntadjunct F 4theRAIN PIM groundi 50C 25C V itching medicine Draining get CLEARANCE SALE In order to tnakerount for tho largo ttQfik of FALL and WINTERt tlenecost Mens 50c Underwear at 39c I Mens 25c Underwear at 19c Now is your time to buy while the price1 ate low Remember our lose is your gain Come in and be convinced of the Bargains we have for you e SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Cups Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc The New PerfectionX I Wick Blue a i Stoves G OID Hoppers Stanford Ky Get His Prices 1 r I