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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tb r- i i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t JYOLo XXXI STAMFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1908 NO 55 IhcCicero Likes Lebanon t LEBANON K Sept 7 1903 INTERIOR JOURNAL I spoke here to day to an Immense crowd There were 2000 people In town Of course not a fourth could get into the court house Many farmer and stockralsers came up and endorsed what I laid and had found It to bo two from experience Aftrr I concluded I announced they would organize a Bryan Club which they did many Joined and raised quite a campaign fund by contribution Col Thompson called the meeting to order and made a very handsome speech and Bald democrats owned Kentucky and democrat nhould rule Kentucky and ap pealed to democrats to Ret together and to elect the State officials and to cast their votes for Bryan His speech was warmly applauded The audience was enthusiastic Why do not the democrats in all the counties In the State do as Lebanon and Marion have done to day I leave here tonight for Stan ford I was Invited by soldiers of all the wars and by veterans of both aides of the Civil War and Spanish American War to speak at the rounlon of the Blue sad Gray at the Chautauqua Sept 16th and 17th and accepted and will speak a part or all of two days Much pleated with tho county that bears the name of General Francis Marlon FOUNTAINB FOX BODDITT Tkkllng or yCougIll quickly loosen when using Dr Snoop1 Cough Hemwly And It I so thoroughly harmless that Dr Snoop tollJJ mothI era to use nothing else oven for very young babies The wholesome green leaves nnd tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give the curative proportion to Dr Shoops Conph Remedy It oalms tho cough and heals the sensitive bronchial tnwnbrano No opium no ohloro form nothing harsh used to Injure or Huppreu Demand Dr Shoops AGo cept no other SoW by Pennys Drug- Store Old Lady Havent you got any more figures In marbl- eAttendantNo madam these are nil Is there some particular one you are looking for 7 Old LadyYes 1 want the statue of limitations Ive hoard my husband talk so much about Pink Pain Tabl ttIr Shoopa stop Headache womanly pains any pain anywhere In 20 minutes sun Formula on the rill box Ask your f druggist or dootor about this formula Its fine Pennys Drug Store W W bold Mrs C It Watts her farm on the Lancaster pike to Dave Simmons at 3- 0Adorinas Fox ii n hand aor large young Jtney null de nondrO from n long and unbroken line of Hi r mot noUtl bulls Mint cows on the la Inmlof Jr1 IIIIInI Auwrlem III- alrrIIoaroflime bs ImlU ever Imnurtwl and his dnnr It a show cow that bni t3 pound of rich milk In one tIny If you bw e Like Iwffotl Like or the IIKrllWll of some Antiitor and lave n strictly goal eow you should nvnll younolf of mi Mr vice Ito will be allowed to vrvo n llmlUtl i liumUr of npprovwl reiiUteml ron out feldeof our own herd this year for n few of SJuirh Ink e ngng im nt before srndhtg cow to to urvtl HK1I AOTTKIl Telephone kI Hlunford Ky N IIWII have to over three extra ehoire r bull enhM that wilt bo sold nt right prlctx Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 I desire to sell privately ipl nilld llluo urns t Knrinof rat acres Uun UiV in tlio f west End of county one mile North of McKllllleljrlllll on iplontllit nlkani Untlronil li a miltS from JlIItonlIIo olld 8 IIIl1u from Mtitnfonl the county tent Knrni U well liuprovvd and has all neruwnry hulldliign HI mlllll1 fenced and nn nbundenee of tr1onvnllIt to schoolenudcl urohea for traders and nblpper Ono of the brit stock farmi In Lincoln county All of the lend li product ivt and n maebtne ran Im run over every foot of It About lonncrci In cultlrntlon nnd the crop shows for Itnelf pi acres nn being nrepnrnl for wheat this Fall For further MirUculi r nrcnIlpiiHM Ky MPUBLIC SALE I r Having bought n fnriu Inthoitnte of lndt nun I will on TUKHOAY HKITKMI1KH 211101 111 to tho highest bidder at the rIIJnclI of Dr aarmrd inllei frontPaint Lick mud 10 micafrom 1Iancaiter on the Lancaster and lllchuiond oiieycnrold extra auger plantation mnro mulct a onoyenrold extra anger ereIlast YRIIt weaning time one muro inulculxyoari old 17 band Inch high uo pounds well broken lone mare mules yenri old well broken ont pairt horse mutts 4 old Is hands high well bro k 15encuI hnnd ond Illch 1II0rt1 leyearsold cult b akiemindInfoal gen tie for ladles todrive not afraid of itenni or utollloblhl one Kooa brood mare 15 years old colt by aide and In foal to well broken to work some yearling coll and mile a lot of two and three year old nillei trotters nnd combined n of brood snares and e1 heed of extra feeding wlll weigh over lIla pounds II lot of good- yearling teen some extra good mulch cows one goat III good stock hogs will weigh over you nine Rood brood or tllllothy hay II lot of balled tbeIof good seed wheat half Interest In ten acres of tobacoof toIIQ tobacco stick Ralo to beilin BarpB Lick Kr W P Prewltt Auctioneer Berea Ky I CRAB ORCHARD Work is progressing nicely on tho King Hotel There Is a faint chime of wedding bells In the nlr Mr and Mrs Spiegel of Indiana returned to their homo Friday after a visit to Dr Doores who Is better Mr T Mack Holmes is preparing to buildan elegant brick residence on tho Chsppels Gap pike near the Crab Orchard depot Misses Fannie Redd and Clara Collie are spending a pleasant week with Mrs Kate Totter In Manchester Miss Lll Han Garner has returned from a visit to Mrs James Stevens In Lexington Miss Mary Severance continues quite lowThe graded school opened Monda with Prof Davis Mrs Cochran am Miss Georgia Lewis as teachers Give them your full cooperation and help make this the best of your schools Dont be afraid to tell them of your ap predation of their efforts with your little ones It wilt help them Immensely Miss Echo Smith left Sunday to visit her grandparents in Wapakoneta Ohio Mrs M E Fish has returned from a pleasant visit to her children at Yin cennes Ind Mrs Margaret Gormlcj has been quito sick also Mrs Egbert Mrs Harris remains about the same Mrs Emma Farris left Saturday to stay some time with Mrs John 0 Fos ter of Stanford She is an experienced hand with tho olck and her amiable disposition makes her services eagerly sought for so she never gets to stay at home long at a time- Kentuckians at Latta S C There arO2 Kentuckians now make ing their homes In Latta Dr Carpen ter has a good practice and Is very highly respected by all He has lately moved into a nice new cottage next door to our parsonage Mrs Pinkerton of Lexington Mrs Carpenters mother Is visiting here now Walter Jones is holding down 2nd trick at tho A C L depot and giving good satisfaction Ho says that tho L N boys dont know what railroading is but that there Is certainly something doing on the main line of the Atlantic Coas- tLine Miss Bettle Moses of London Is teaching In our high school Mr Ill wood Totten is studying up on the rules getting ready for an examina tion os operator on the Ai C L and your humble servant is pastor of the First Methodist Church At our last service the four ushers could not seat tho people and many were turned away Tho Kentuckians hero confess that they never saw such churchgoing people in their lives Our new Washington pressed brick church with Its 20 or morn of rooms its going to be a per feet beauty Why not come down and Visit tho Kentucky Colony at LattaT Yours Truly H R MILLS A Paying Invbstment Mr John White of 38 Highland Ave Houlton Maine says Have been troubled with a cough every winter and Spring Last Winter I tried many ad vertised remedies but tho cough corn tinued until I bought a boo bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery before that was half gone the cough was all gone This Winter tho same happy result has followed a few doses onto more ban ished tho nnniml cough am now convinced that Dr Kings Now Dis covery IItho best of oil cough and lung remedies Sold under guaran tee at Pennys Drug Store 50e and 61 Trial bottle free a SOMERSET JOURNAL FOR SALEA splendid plant splendidly 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 fn 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 Whon Trifles Become Troubles If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Foloys Kidney Remedy at once and not risK having Drlghts disease or diabetes Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not belay taking Foley Kidney Remedy New Stanford Drug Co Hardin county Is suffering from aI Treat drought the like of which not been known there in years Corn IsI beIIngand many have never known to fail are dry S S Irvine Roberta aged 73 la deaJ near Ruthton Madison county NEWS NOTES Tho Union passenger station at Memphis sustained a 50000 loss by lire Congressman Nicholas Longwortha barn at Cincinnati burned causing a 30000 loss- During a storm near lethal Bath county John Hewitt was struck by lightning and instantly killed Tho county judge and tho fiscal court of Leslie county were indicted for fail ure td publish a financial statement of tho county Senator Philander C Knox of Penn- Sylvania had a narrow escape from serious injury in an automobile wreck near Geneva Switzerland There were suicide cases In St Petersburg A largo proportion of that number were working girls between the ages of 18 and 25 years One million dollars will bo disbursed by tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers in tho construction of perma nent headquarters In Cleveland The body of John N Sears of Ash land was found on the shore at Her mosa Beach near Los Angeles Cal Tho cause of his death is unknown William the 14 year oidson of Lean der Sheetz hotel keeper at Lancaster Pa committed suicide in his home be causo his parents compelled him to go to school Jesse Woodruff of Brookville Ind crushed his wifes skull with a flat- Iron and then shot himself twice The woman is dead and Woodruff it is thought can not live Edworti Smoot was shot four times at Flemlngsburg by his wife and in stantly killed She then tried to kill herself shooting herself in the arm inflicting a flesh wound Two valuable jacks owned by William Boggs a prominent farmer of near Red House Madison county were killed by a Louisville Nashville train They were valued at 700 each T J Hlett 72 years of age shot his wife to death at Benton and then com mitted suicide Hiett and his wife separated about a year ago and she was preparing to file a suit for divorce Tim Needhatn president Kentucky Press Association has ordered many of tho most prominent newspaper men of the State to attend the Good Roads convention to be held at the State Fair September 17 William T Driessmann an Inmate of the National Soldiers Homo at Marion Ind shot and fatally wounded Capt George W Reepe in charge of the bar racks Tho attack was the result of a quarrel between tho two eight years agoTho body of Mrs Gertrude M Hill occupies the largest grave over dug In Cave Hill cemetery Louisville Mrs Hill weighed pounds and the body and casket in which it was brought from Prescott Ark weighed a total of 1100 poundsIEvidence brought out at the Coro ners inquest at Omaha indicates that Dr Frederick Rustin whoso shooting has been a mystery died as a result of a suicide pact with Mrs Abble Rice Mrs Rices nerve failed her and she did nolcarry out her part of tho agreement How to got Strong P J Daly of 1247 W Congress St Chicago tells of a way to become strong Ho says My mother who Is old and was very feeble is deriving uo much benefit from Electric Bitters that I feel its my duty to tell those who need a tonic and strengthening medicine about It In nly mothers case a marked gain in flesh has resulted Insomnia has been overcome and she is steadily growing strong er Electric Hitters quickly remedy stomach liver and kldnoy complaints Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60c HUBBLE Tho protracted meeting at tho Christian church closed Sunday morning with 21 additions Grover McKechnie came over from Lexington Sunday to attend tho reunion at his fathers home- J C Robinson has bought the liar Inn farm on which he resides at 115 J N Chrisman bought some hogs at 41 and 5c Mrs SM Spoonamore and daugh ter Miss Jewell aro visiting friends in Montlcello Misses Jessie and Jean McKechnio left Wednesday to enter Bourbon College Alva Bowmer of St Louis Is with his uncle Mr J L Hammond T C Rankin is attending the fairerA Sureen ugh Knooker J C Goodwin of Reidsvillo N C says Bucklens Arnica Salve Is a sureenough Knocker for ulcers A bad one came on my leg last Summer but that wonderful salvo knocked it out in a few rounds Not even a scar remained II Guaranteed for piles sores burns etc 25o at Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE Miss Ora Mae Fox of Danville Is the guest of Mrs Jno Lynn A large list of good farms containin from 75 to 300 acres of splendid land Is in the hands of Williams Co to be sold this fall Your city taxes are past due and the penalty will go on If you do not pay them at once W H Lair Marsha City of Hustonville Huston yille Masonic Lodge meal next Saturday Sept 12th at 230 P All members are requested to attend Important work Members of other lodges are cordially invited Joe Will Routt who was painfully jured last week by being kicked by a mule Is able to be out on crutches Miss Mattie Alcorn left Sunday for Chicago after spending her vacation at home Our graded school opened Monda with a full corps of teachers and a new principal who side steps for nobody Tho buildings have all been repainted and filled with now furniture and Hoot and fencing around tho campus About 150 students are enrolled to date The outlook for the Kentucky tobacco grower for next year was never moro promising Sales of last years crop Is being made at 15cts and the small crop this year will bring more as indicate by offer for the few acres in this local ity One party has refused an offer of 250 per acre for a ten acre crop Tho protracted meeting which begin at the Baptist church Monday next will be conducted by Rev G W Argabrite of Georgetown assisted by pastor Rev R L Creel All are cordially invited to these meetings when they will hear one of the ablest men of this denomina tion in the State Mr and Mrs W S Vanarsdall of Stony Point are visiting friends and relatives in our city Jno B Riffe returned from a two weeks tour through the West prospecting He says Kentucky looks better to him now than ev er before Chas Brown who Is engaged with the Eureka Light Co of Lexington and by the way is making good was home Sunday to see his best girl One of the most enjoyable events of the season was B birthday picnic giv en in honor of Miss Armanda Alexan der of Lexington and Mrs Lillie Gal lie of Orlando Fla by Mrs John B Riffe at Roys Mill on Monday In ad dition to the honored guests who have tho same birthday tho 7th quite a number of society folks were present and partook of a spread of artistically prepared dainties that the connoisseur would pronounce exquisite Miss Sallie Williams will havo charge of the music in our school this year She is a daughter of Rev Zach Wil liams and a graduate of tho Cincinnati Conservatory of Music She should hove a full class Mr Mort R Dam ron who is engaged with tho Eureka Light Co of Lexington had a narrow escape from serious injury while working in Louisville last week An iron plate falling the corner juattouched his forehead sufficiently to leave a scar as a reminder of the incident Sam Rutherford has sold a carload of water melons from his two aero patch and has another carload on hands The triumph species is a wonderful producer and he has a vine that by ac tual measurement Is 105 feet and 10 in ches long and has 13 green melons on it now tho smallest of which weighs 26 Ibs and the largest 41 lbs He expects an 80pounder from this vine Ho prunes his vines for early melons and they are now growing their second crop He is certainly tho champion melon raiser of Lincoln county Mrs Ann R Bosley who since a fall nearly two years ago has been and in valid visited her children in Danville last week Judge Jas F Baker of Huntsville Tenn spent Sunday in our city Lieutenant Carlo Britton of the with in FINorthguests of Mrs J D Depp Misses Sal lie and Lillie daughters of Mr and Mrs J P Goode returnedto Louisville Sunday after a three weeks vacation at home A pleasing good high grade truly flavored amber colored cup of Coffee can be hadand without the roal Cof Leo danger or damage to healthby simply using Dr Shoops new substi tute called Health Coffee Pure wholesome toasted cereals nina nuts etc make Dr Shoops Health Coffee both healthful and satisfying No 20 to 80 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says Dr Shoop If served as coffee its taste will even trick an expert Test it and seflr Pennys Drug Store The aged Inventor of tho Mauser rifle has now perfected a new which fires 25 at a single load inga T The fair grounds at Columbia will be told at auction Sept 21 The Event of the Season WALTONS OPERA HOUSE Saturday sept i2lh One Night Only J fl Cotaras j Greater Minstrels New Comedians I New Singers I New Cos tumes I New Vaudeville Acts I Presenting 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 only 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 sellTo please her and to prove your discriminating taste be suretheJname on the box is Lowneys PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters ouj Nortli Broadwaywo are obliged to seek a new location To avoid the great expense and risk of taking down loading hauling and resetting in tho 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 ii at most attractive prices Persons who may wish to purchasd later iu the year could order now and have their work reserved for future delivery Wm Adams l8l Son 142 North Hroodwny Lexin ton Ky Residence lor sale i s t I desire to sell my residence on Portman Avenue This is a new mod ern uptodate house4 rooms and bathroom below 2 rooms and hall above hot and cold water in bath room and kitchen Hot water heat all over the house This is the best and most economical heat that is known today for asresidence Good Stable and Garden J rice 92000 SeH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky i The Interior Journal L c WALTON WLMCARTY a candidate for Bberitt of Lincoln cour tjr subject to the action ol the democratic party M 8 BAUGHMAN It a candidate for Bherlff of Lincoln count subject to tbe action of the demoeratl party JOHN J MOSER It a candidate for Jailer of Democratobject to tbe action of tbe party I M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Democratsubject to tbe action of the party JAMES Co HAYS It a candidate for Jailer of Democrat abject to tbe action of tbe party DINK FARMER It A candidate for tbe Democratic nomina tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject k tbeaction of tbe democratic party DCALLEN It a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln coon to tbe action of tbe Democratic iparty tiiJW FOLEY candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coon democraticIDEMOCRATIC TICKET For President d William Jtnnlngt Bryan- of Nebraska For Vice President John Worth Kern of Indiana t For Congress HARVEY HELM 1 4 of Lincoln county For County Judge John Sam OwtUy Jr For Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate i JAMES MKECHNIE WILLIAM J BRYAN was the truest of labor leaders in Chicago Monday and was the recipient of an allday ovation During the morning he reviewed th great Labor day parade and was greet- edI t with almoat continuous applause from the marching thousands In the afternoon be made two extended ad dresses one at Forest Park and th other at Brandts Park- At DANVILLE dispatch says that nobody in Boyle wants the democratic nomination for State Senator Of course not and why should they Senator R L Hubble has served the district faith fully and well and is entitled to an endorsement Besides he is one of the very few gentlemen in the district who can beat any republican who may shy his castor in the ring i wjTIDE popular vote in 1904 aggregates Of this Roosevelt re celved 7620000 or 6642 per cent of tbe total this being the largest per centage of the popular vote ever receiv ed by a presidential candidate since 1872 when Grant polled 5562 per cent The popular vote has more than doubled since 1872 L FRANK JOHNSON who was nomi i nated for Congress in the Seventh die trot by friends of Hon W P Kim ball who thought they were not treat ed right by the Can trill men at Lex ington has stepped aside and In a card urges all democrats to vote for J Campbell Cantrill the regular nomi nee TilE republican campaign will be formally opened at Louisville next j Tuesday night Secretary of the t Treasury Leslie M Shaw will be the principal speaker but a number of the small fry will have a say during the meeting which will be held at tho Coli scum D M HUTTON editor of the Har rodtburg Herald was elected president d of the Eighth District Publishers Lea jue at the meeting held at Estiil Springs Mr Hutton is good anywhere you put him and we predict he will make a capital president TilE editor of this paper has been honored by being made a delegate to the Good Roads Convention in Louis ville next week Watch out for a de cided improvements on the highways of Kentucky TilE 42 etand pat Republicans in the Iowa Legislature Tuesday prevented the election of Gov A B Cummins as United States Senator to succeed the late William B Allison Sixtyfive Repub licans voted for Cummins WOMEN are helping raise money In Franklin county for tho democratic campaign One woman has been appointed in each precinct and they ore all doing good work Leaders of the Democratic party of Indiana hold n conference and decided to oppose the county unit temperance measure at the special session of the Indiana Legislature nr JTIIGPQEIKG COUVTIES Mrs Clem Phillips is dfftfl at Juno tionCityMrs Ann Boner is dead at Danville aged C3 Mrs Mary Waddle daughter ofJob Stringer is dead at Somerset Charles Sharp of Madison county was probably fatally kicked by a horseThe two banks at Burnside have merged and the First National Bank of Burnside is the outcome A petition is being circulated in the mountains for the pardon of W S Taylor Charles Finley and John L PowersRepresentative R Sam Rector ci Casey who is ill with typhoid fever ii improving and the doctors think he wil recoverThe of the T M Bate Mill Company at Lebanon caught fire and were destroyed They contained 75000 pounds of flour a lot of wheat and other valuables The loss is about 116000 fully covered by insurance William Bourne a thrifty farmer of West Garrard died at his country home after an illness due to a complication of diseases aged about 60 years He leaves an aged mother two brothers R M and Ed Bourne a wife and sev eral gron children The interment took place in the Lancaster cemetery One of the worst electrical storms in recent years passed over the Mt Olive section of Casey county Rev Leslie Bottom was holding a revival at Mi Olive church where about 600 perI sons were gathered Lightning struck several trees killing two horses owned by Millard Bastin One bolt struck so close to the house that several persons were shocked Dottie Staton suffered most Twentyfive persons remained in the church all night on account of the heavy rain which followed the storm CHURCH MATTERS The new 150000 Christian church and parsonage at Winchester is nearing competionRev W Barker who is attending conference at Mlddlesboro Is stopping with Mr and Mrs R C Ford Rev W 0 Forster of Lexington closed a two weeks revival at Baldwin Madison county in which there were 138 additions- E D Smith was nominated for Uni ted States Senator in South Caroline over John Gary Evans by a majority estimated at 25000 Dr E H Rutherford who died at Paris some weeks ago had been pastor of the second Presbyterian church Ir that city for 37 years The Seventh Day Adventists are still carrying on their meeting at Hanging Fork on the Danville pike Good crowds attend the services each evening Ev erybody invited A protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church at Crab Orcbari Sunday week 20th Rev George D Verco the pastor will be assisted Rev Hugh McLellan of Richmond Sunday school at the Christian churcl Sunday morning at 945 preaching at 1045 Christian Endeavor at 645 r M but no preaching Choir practice this Friday evening in lecture room of church Prayer meeting Wednesday evening and teachers training class will meet afterward D M Walker minister There will be a meeting of the Sun day School Association of Lincoln Co at Stanford Ky in the Presbyterian church beginning at 930 on Saturday Sept 12th All Sunday school workers and Bible students are urged to attend Mr E A Fox our State worker will be with us Come and hear the greater plan for Sunday school work It will do you good POLITICAL Senator Foraker is billed for a speech- at Barbourvllle later in the campaign Boyle county democrats will nomi nate county officers by a primary on Nov Judge Alton B Parker says he is not willing to make the race for governor of New York The members of the Bardwell City council have all resigned because they could not agree on a city marshal Harry G Wingate a good democrat and a clever gentleman of Boyle is spoken of for democratic nominee for State Senator A Paducah dispatch says The Independence party will bring Hearst and lisgen here September 17 when a nomination will be made for Congressman W J Bryan the Democratic nominee for President will bo one of the speakers at the National Farmers Con gross which assembles at Madison Wis Sept 24 Mr Bryans subject will be The Farmer and Ills Relation to Public affairs A clever popular Candy Cold Cure Tabletcalled Prevenllcs Is being llaponsod by druggists everywhere In u few hours Provontlcs are said to break any cold completely And Pro rentlus being so safe und toothsome are very fine for children No Quinine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Box of 482 Sold by Pen ys Drug Store TopekaKansas Prison strlpie a mark of fegrafettai and a badge ot shame will soon be a thing of the put in the penitentiary at Frankfort except for those convicts who do not care to rise above their sur round ings and who are content to be singled out as incorrigible As soon al new suits can be made for the prisoners the old striped suits which have been in use there ever since the prison was built and which have become the mark of the convict in every State in the Union will be discarded Ever convict in the prison will be clothed in a neat gray suit but little different ex cept in texture and quality of good from suits worn by citizens in the ordi nary walk of life Every convict will be placed on the same footing and start ed equally Further than this earl convict will eat with a knife and fork and will be put on the same footing as men who are not prisoners Heretofore the men have not been allowed knives and forks and have been forced to eat everything with a spoon They Take The Kinks Out III 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 to says N H Brown of Pittsfleld Vt Guaranteed saUte factory at Pennys Drug Store 25c The Democratic primaries in New York leaves McCarren supreme in his particular bailiwick while Murphy still dominates the situation in Manhattan Quick fay Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar affords 1m mediate relief to asthma sufferers in the worst stages and If taken In time will effect a cure New Stanford Drug Co- Charles May a fireman on a freight train saved the life of a 2 year old Negro child near Owensboro at the risk o1 his own life W P Renaker of Harrison county sold to Ed Reling of Pennsylvania 2 yearling mules at about 55 Henry A Schrieber a wealthy cap Campbell county is dead MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 80 Yt A M will meal Instated communication on each not and third Monda nlgbt of each month at 73- oelockdnthelrhallonMain street Htan ford Ky Members of titter lodges are fro ternallY Invited to be present U L 1enny W MT W Panntngto- nHeePOSTED whose appearbelow itrietl forbId buntingnbingoranrkind of true- pauln ute vl olator to the full extent ot the law Alex Cooper MM Mary eppl MM Walter Warren MM Mottle Wblte llro Tlnsley Hpoonamore- I W Carter lien P Mnrtln M F Lawrence lleuben Curtis JH Mocker J M 1ettus T A lllce Morgan Uhap- rAmandt bchoeffer Green FerrtH J L Jlollzclaw 0Whasty MnJF rulllatn It L rulllani Peter Mrs Katherine Ado- tMessert Paxton Alhlet Ohnnnoi lame N Cash J Nevln Carter O M Rack Joseph llallou M II tie M r Ja llulnei CarpenterIAM Fr7 e J H Thompson Tbom Ferrill JBI It Hkldmorc David Button J It Hunch M C Richardson JOI pb Hind Miss Rattle Hewei Kelchenbach Bro Fred VonUruengan KOalnet Albert VonOruengun A T Traylor Llltmrn Ooocb N Illluminer Fred Uaumoun Richard Ileiter owtley Dunn heater Will ester It U Nunnelley W O Floyd J W Peck J L Jarvis JW Uaughmnn wDOooch JOHprattWHIUgney Ii II Undrwoodt8on farTOlIven- JobnllOarler MurtlnAIcorn John Camenllco wOICordler Danrraylor MD Klmore Mrs NIlGoodo C K Tale DavId event John Jufer HO Durham Itout GotllbOltck Hrjil llamlorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob JJThompson ii M Anderson J K Moser Mr and hilts JBI H Kad I A Kltmm Mrs N J Horton J J Ylllott Mrs Gt o Logan Lira Mary Hufrannn Wm Fields W K DauKhertjr Frank Cordler Rev Father Leo Dr 00 Jerry B W Galnes PUBLIC SALE Having recently sold tine flue Orall farm and In view of prospective Induce menu I will on- THUllHUAYSKIT tTlI toll nil ot my property In tblf county which H more definitely described below A KINK FLOURING MILb of k barrel which I have recently refitted with thelatettlmprovedmachlner front baiement to gnrret Hold mill U lull of tbe bet wheat Unit I have been able to bus lnCfJJ have been in the milling butt nest Mill Ji run by team and lint an abundant supply of water Alto A com necessary modiout fwollingIswlthlnTOorlluyardi of mill Thu house contains rpoms eon renlently arranged with back porch con crete and concrete collar A No I cu ern In back and well in the kitchen and all necessary outbuildings Property situated at McKinney on the Q 4 O railroad a main thoroughfare from the North to Mouth 10 mlle Houthof Dnnvlllo and in miles North of Homerset and one of the best market In tlioworldJor teed of all kinds with tiding running to mil r door This Is your opportunity to secure a good Holler Mill at a bargain person iseor old cattle- weigbt1100orh2Upounds i or 0 milk cows nnd calve nlU some nice young Olllet 2 yenr old sired by such horses as Lear Chester Chief and Gain truno one family mare Tyear old a nice gOOdi large brood mares In ton to tacks 8 or pair of work mules and mulo oltt or 75 hog cows ami pigs and ram- sthtep All of my fiirmlnK Implements com posed of II McCormick lllmlwr Mowing Machine tiny take 2 new Wheat JDrllU second hand nay baler 25 acres of corn Gn- bales of nice timothy hay a good straw rick Hnle will Im at the farm 2r miles from IcKlnneyon thn Htnnford J llustonvlllo pike Iartlivi desiring to look nt milt pro train takepleasureinshow or naofiiiysoii will Ing thorn through the plant and taKe enroot rot while bore Parts denirliiR to nttond nlo will notify mono or two dlrbefonholrcomlng und conveyance nllbell Heef Uurgoo and last but not least larealniWill also tell two small tVactt of knob land and n spotted pony Pony It good and entlo Bain will begin at9AXsharpT- HItUHi3fadn known on day of tale otiettton given Jan 1JCP RyCapt we The Truth Every pered In this city who w auf faring ttom n rand ruff or any form of skin or die ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fo externaluse All druggists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE The Ilex Jelllco the king of coals Best In both price and quality Little ashes and no clinkers Write or tall on ut before buy Bag your coal McKINNKY COAL A FEED C-U Uoocb Mgr MCKINNEY HABILE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Jt Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturer of Granite and Marble Monuments XJritOln s Work at Reasonable Incei Office and Works McKlnney Ky Hbop closed on Haturday A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I S I wilt vll privately my farm of acrItwo miles from Htanford on Danville to the highest and best blddrr Healed bids will be received until tfcpt 16 lew Forty nr re of this farm lie upon tbe West tide of said pike and tbe balance with esgoaibrick residence and other un the East- side Will consider bids for the whole tract rurehalKrYohotlon of land be wishes for titling purposes the balance on Jan low Jon ALrut Htanford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid lor external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE When Ordering ClothesH- ave your measure taken by n tailor of ex I rlence Then your clot ties wbrtberb low price business suit or tbe Ont evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to measure I will alto take your meac topcplll on hand ready for your inspection HO HUPLEYTbeTallor Htanford Ky Stock of Kerrtiandlii tar Salo In MlllMlffvlllt As assignee of Lennta Compton for tUIbenefit ot her creditor I will offer nt prl vate tale her stock of merchandise consist Ing of sueh articles at ure usually found in a general store EDWARD ALOonX Assignee Huitouvllle K- yCONCRETING Wear In petition to do nil kinds of con crating ocb a k Work Pavements and In fact we ran make any thing from a house down to a fence est can serve you guarantee tintelanpromptlrandwork Jail end get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yPAIN Pain la the head taanywhere bat lu rants Pain conrettlon111 U blood pnature nothlcs U moan to sa ji Dr fihoop and to It be bal created allttl pink tablet That buttailed Dr Iboop Headache centers teaS blood tnaan away from tain Its elect iitiarming leasinz1ydellgbthd Oentlr- iE rth solely It snrsly eqaallMe the blood Wca It joa lava a headache Itsblood pressure R us painful periods with women Penis ISDI8- If you are sleepless renters narylw its U0c4 eetMtloo blood Shoopi feadacheTbleitssttop R n7o minutes sod the tablets 1mPlr c11JUIbc- neI WlllaJuraI blood prem1R anger and d ems It ret red andBru1Ielour Ol It does Its con nfil It wberplwabsltpIsimplyOmlmon Sense Tft nil tt rrrrmt n1 cheerfully rnnnranil Dr SHoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE iThe State University Lexington Ky The Htnte University Lexington fen the following courses namely Allrieul tnral Mechanical KnalneerlnK Civil Kn MiningHnglneerlngOludcal over four coursesleads toe Ilachelori degree also n Department of Law and a Department of Education lint has Iwen eitabllihed Initoiul of the JJprnml Hchooi Parson who enter tbl department prepare for advanced wortin pedagogy are granted II Bachelors degree In subject when completed The Academy for preparatory Instruction Is appointees recleve free tuition privilege of residence In tile dormltorlei fu el und traveling expenses If th re main ten consecutive monthsuroneco tegl ate Tbe laboratories and museum are large well equlppedconlprehenstvennd modern Military Helene for nt re quired Congress Tho graduate In the several courses of study readily employment with liberal remuneration The total numberof matric tunic for lust Iar Will ins Each depart iitontbeaspeclallstfitIts hood with tho necessary number of nssstant- Youpg women find all excellent home with and lodging In Pnttrrxon Hall well with fill tho modern physicaluIn tho nre to women on Identical conditions with those applying to tonics The completion of the Agricultural Min imi Engineering Laboratory and Kducotlon afford ample and commodious quarters for thnio departments which aro rapidly Increasing In the of niatrlc ulntes For catalogues method of obtaining nppolntmonts Information recanting courses tUII and terms of ap plyto3AMEH JC PATTKriftOK Ph DjjlL V President or to D O lJAZC Term Regina sept 10 108 Fire flflOUfl66ffiGflt I First day of the first FALL month an gvea are beginning to tell you what we shall nav b Our Clothing Stock we feel is always as well t made th- eFabric as Good as Anybodys l 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 beautiful tf WATCH FOB to match eachSuit They are beauties Come and see them H J MCRBERTSt STANFORD KENTUCKY DID you ever lookup the meaning the words Price and Cost J We venture youd be interested even surprisedPrice 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 f ProveSo is really the Wdrth of the thing sold Cost means how well the thing bought proves up in actual usejSo were not so far off the track today for when you buy paint the Price of it should be the measure of itsIusefulness in appearance and wear Its Cost to will be how well it stands the test you put it to If it does well its cheap if not you paid too muchtMeasured by this poor paint costs far far more than good paint never worth the price asked andnever stands the test of wear I tandhonest materials honestly prepared sold on honor t Seven gallons of HORSE SHOE PAINT covers as much surface as ten gallons of ordinary paint and covers it longer Then too theres a full line of good HORSE SHOE BRAND Paint SpecialtiesHORSE SHOE BRAND Paint for the Barn for the Roof for the Porch for the Floor for Inside Walls Screens for Buggies Wagonsin fact for everythingg When youre ready to buy paint or paint specialties and want the Price and the Cost both right ns well as the Paint just remember t that here is one store where youll find yhat youre looking for For Sale by The New Stanford Drug Co I If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me v W B McRoberts DRUGGIST I STANFORD The Interior Journal tL Co WALTON t W L MCARTY Ii a candidate for Bherltl of Lincoln coun tr subject to the action ot the democrat party M S BAUGHMAN Ii n candidate for Bhcrlft of Lincoln count subject to the action ot the democrat party JOHN J MOSER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count object to the action of the Democrat party I M BRUCE IlacandldateforjallerofLlncotncountssubject l party JAMES C HAYS i I a toathforction of Lincoln count1 of the Democratlparty DINK FARMER nominarthe action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Aneitor of Lincoln conn ty subject to the action of the Democrat party J W FOLEY Is a candidate for Assatsor of Lincoln coun ty subject to theactlon of the democratic f party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President j William Jennings Bryan- of Nebraska For Vice President John Worth Ktrn of Indiana For Congress HARVEY HELM j rofLincoln county For County Judge John Sam Owiley Jr Jailerj4ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate I JAMES MKECHNIE r WILLIAM J BRYAN was the quest of labor leaders in Chicago Monday and was the recipient of an allday ovation During the morning he reviewed the great Labor day parade and was greeted with almost continuous applaus from the marching thousands In th afternoon he made two extended ad 1zdreuee one at Forest Park and the at Brandts Park A DANVILLE dispatch says that no body in Boyle want the democratic c nomination for State Senator Of tours not and why should they Senator R L Hubble has served the district faith iifullyand well and is entitled to an en Besides he is one of the very few gentlemen in the district wh- can beat any republican who may shy I his castor in the ring aggregatefid fit the total this being the largest per f centage of the popular vote everreceiv li ed by a presidential candidate sine t 1872 when Grant polled 5562 per cent t 1Thepopular 1872 vote has more than doubled if L FRANK JOHNSON who was nomi nated for Congress in the Seventh dis trict by friends of Hon W P Kim ball who thought they were not treated right by the Cantrill men at Lexington has stepped aside and in a card urges all democrats to vote for J 4 Campbell Cantrill the regular nomi nee TILE republican campaign will be formally opened at Louisville next Tuesday night Secretary of the Treasury Leslie M Shaw will be the principal speaker but a number of the l small fry will have a say during the meeting which will be held at the Coli rj scumD M HUTTON editor of the Har rodsburg Herald was elected president of the Eighth District Publishers Lea Rue at the meeting held at Estill Springs Mr Hutton is good any where you put him and we predict he will make a capital president f Tim editor of this paper has honored by being made a delegate t the Good Roads Convention in Loulsr villo next week Watch out fora De tided improvements on the highways of Kentucky THE 42 standpat Republicans in the Iowa Legislature Tuesday prevented the election of Gov A B Cummins as Un ited States Senator to succeed the late William B Allison Sixtyfive Rpub titans voted for Cummins WOMEN are helping raise money in Franklin county for the democratic campaign One woman has been appointed in each precinct and they are all doing good work Leaders of the Democratic party of Indiana held a conference and decided- to oppose the county unit temperance measure at tho special session of the Indiana Legislature IN illOHBOWtro COUKTIES tin ClemPbillipe is dfad at June tloti City Mrs Georgia Ann Boner is dead s Danville aged 63 Mrs Mary Waddle daughter of John Stringer is dead at Somerset Charles Sharp of Madison county was probably fatally kicked by a horse The two banks at Burnside have merged and the First National Bank of Burnslde is the outcome- A petition is being circulated in the mountains for the pardon of W S Taylor Charles Finley and John L PowersRepresentative R Sam Rector o Casey who is ill with typhoid fever is improving and the doctors think ho will recoverTho of the T M Eates Mill Company at Lebanon caught fir and were destroyed They 75000 pounds of flour a lot of wheat and other valuables The loss is about 1 15000 fully covered by insurance William Bourne a thrifty farmer of West Garrard died at his country home after an illness due to a complication of diseases aged about 60 years He leaves an aged mother two brothers R M and Ed Bourne a wife and sev eral grown children The interment took place in the Lancaster cemetery One of the worst electrical storms in recent years passed over the Mt Olive section of Casey county Rev Leslie Bottom was holding a revival at Mfr Olive church where about 600 persons were gathered Lightning struck several trees killing two horses owned by Millard Bastin One bolt struck so close to the house that several persons were shocked Dottie Staton suffered most Twentyfive persons remained in the church all night on account of the heavy rain which followed the storm CHURCH MATTERS The new 50000 Christian church and parsonage at Winchester is nearin compction Rev T W Barker who is attendin conference at Middlesboro is stoppin- with Mr and Mrs R C Ford Rev W O Forster of Lexington closed a two weeks revival at Baldwin Madison county in which there were 138 additions E D Smith was nominated for Uni ted States Senator in South Carolina majorityIIIIDr E H Rutherford who died at Paris some weeks ago had been pastor of the second Presbyterian church in that city for 37 yearsiThe Seventh Day Adventists are carrying on their meeting at Fork on the Danville pike Good crowds attend the services each evening Ev erybody invited A protracted meeting will begin the Christian church at Crab Orcbar- o Sunday week 20th Rev George D Verco the pastor will be assisted Rev Hugh McLellan of Richmond Sunday school at the Christian church Sunday morning at 945 preaching at 1045 Christian Endeavor at 645 P M but no preaching Choir practice this Friday evening in lecture room of church Prayer meeting Wednesday evening and teachers training class will meet afterward D M Walker minister There will be a meeting of the Sun day School Association of Lincoln Co at Stanford Ky in the Presbyterian church beginning at 930 on Saturday Sept 12th All Sunday school workers and Bible students are urged to attend Mr E A Fox our State worker will be with us Come and hear the greater plan for Sunday school work It will do you good POLITICAL Senator Foraker fa billed for a speech at Barbourville later in the campaign Boyle county democrats will nomi nate county officers bya primary on Nov Judge Alton B Parker says he is no willing to make the race for governor of New York The members of the Bardwell City council have all resigned because the could not agree on a city marshal Harry G Wingate a good democrat t and a clever gentleman of Boyle is spoken of for democratic nominee for State Senator Indud a nomination will bo made for Congress manW J Bryan the Democratic nominee for President will be one of the speakers at the National Farmers Con gress which assembles at Madison Wis Sept 24 Mr Bryans will be The Farmer and His Relation to Public affairs A clever popular Candy Cold Cure Tablet called Preventics is being dispensed by druggists everywhere In a few hours Preventics are said to break any cold completely And Pre verities being so safe and toothsome are very fine for children No Qui nine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Box of 4825 i Sold by Pennys Drug Store TopekaI PHeon tripea mark of degrat and a badge of shame will soon be a thing of the past In the penitentiary et convictstroundings rfnd who are content to be singled out as Incorrigible As soon as new suits can be made for the prison ers the old striped suits which have been in use there over since the prison was built and which have become the mark of the convict in every State in the Union will be discarded Every convict in the prison will be clothed in a neat gray suit but little different ex cept in texture and quality of goods from suits worn by citizens in the ordi walk of life convict will be startfeachIand will be put on the same footing as men who are not prisoners Heretofore knivesdeverything with a spoon They Take The Rinks OutIIII have used Dr Kings Now 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 The Democratic primaries in New York leaves McCarren supreme in his particular bailiwick while Murphy still dominates the situation in Manhattan Quick Relief for Asthma Suf ferers Foleys Honey and Tar affords 1m mediate relief to arthma sufferers in the worst stages and If taken In time will effect a cure New Stanford Drug Co- Charles May a fireman on a freight train saved the life of a 2yearold Ne gro child near Owensboro at the risk of his own life countygyearling mules at about 55 eapigMASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No F A A M will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month at laa oclock In their hall on Main street Htan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are tin ternnlltlnvltl l to be present U L Penny IVnnlngtonHec POSTED whose names appear below strictly forbId hunting nblne or an1 kInd of tree passing on our places and will prosecute vl fepptergP W Carter Tlnsley Hun PMartin Hpoonamor M y Lawrence lleuben Curtis JH llockcr J M Iettus ltntirdpelt Ieter Ualmer Mrs Katherine Ador Mcsser A 1aiton Ashley A Ollannoi James N Cash JNevin Carter O Itnllou M nlue1ifr Jag llutnes J J O Carpenter Mrs KebeccaKOarpenter W1 Martin A M JH Thompson Thomas Kerrlll Jar K Hkktmorv David llurton J It Jlunch- M O Richardson Jose h limit Miss Mattle Hewes Ilelchenbacb Bros Fred VonQruengan It K Gaines Albert VonGruengan A T Traylor Lllburn Qooch N II Plumber Fred Uaumnnn Richard Hetter Owsley Dunn Henry Hester Will Hester 11U Nunnelll W U Floyd JW Peck J I Jan ls JW Uaughman J K Ilruce JO Hpratt W U Oooch W II Ulgney I D Underwoodt8on Ira Jlfar10Hnnl John M Carter Martin Alcorn John Oamenlcn WmOOrdlea Dan Traylor MU K more Mrs N B Goode O E Tate David Stevens John Jnfer 0 Durham WO Ilout Ootllb Ollck Pied Handorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob JJThompson UMAnderson J K Moser Mr and Mrs Jas H Kadi JlurtonIMrs Mary Hufmann Wm Fields W II Daugherty Frank Cordler Rev Father Leo Dr G a Perry D W Gaines PUBLIC SALE Having recently sold my fine Blue Grass farm and In view of prospective Induce menU elsewhere I will on TIlUnHvAY8EPT 14TH countytA PINK FLOURING MILL of 00 barrel capacity which 1 have recently refitted with the latest Improved machinery from basement to Bald mill Is full of the best wheat that I have been able to burlyabundant supply of water Also a corn Iward1olmlllveniently arranged with back porch con crete and concrete cellar A No cIa tern In back porch and well In the kitchen And all necessary outbuildings Property Is situated at McKlnneyon the Q A C rail road a main thoroughfare from the North to South miles South of Danville and 80 miles North of HomerseVand one of the best klOdSlwithdoor This to secure aopportunitygood Roller Mill at My person 40 good 2year old cattle-wedgbtll00or12 poundll11 or milk cow nod calves sa g soma nice young linen 2 year olds sired by such horses as lied Leaf Chester Chief and Gain bruno one gentle family mare Tycara old a nice tot of largo brood mares In foal of work mules nod mulo teotrsor75hogs sows and pigs and some hiep All of my farming Implements com MowingMachinesecond hand nay baler 15 acres of corn Ml to 1000 bales of nice timothy hay 3 good straw ricks Hate will bo at the farm 24 miles from McKlnneyon tho Stanford t Hustonvlllo pike Paitloa desiring to look at mill property can got off train at McKlnnoy and I or one of my sons will tnko pleasure In show ing them through the plant and tatto care of scale will notify Partiesr tondaybefore their coming unit conveyance will bo fur fished Beet Ilurgoo and but not least BargainsWill sell two small tracts of knob land and n spotted pony Pony Is good and Sale will begin nt 9 A x sharp all10loulonKyCapt Th6 Truth Every petien in this city who is sui fering from ctemil fim lestndruff or any form of or dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid for external use All durggists tell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE COAL NOTICE The Rex Jelllco the line of conls lied In lath price and quality Little miss and buyIlogMcKINNBV COAl A FEED CO B O Couch Mgr McKINNEY MARILE ft GRANT WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturer of Granite and Marble Monuments HlrstUlnss Work at Reasonable Prices Once and Works MiKlnnty Ky Hhop closed on Haturday A GOOD FARM FOR SALE t I will soil privately my farm of HO acres two miles from Htnnforcl on Danville pike to the highest and twit bidder Henled bull will be received until kept 16 It8 Forty acres otthl term lie upon the Wet side ol sMil pike and the balance with a good brick residence and other un the Jolt side Will consider bids for the whole tract IlUfCbaerwhorurpollrltheHtnnlord Ky Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form Af Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex Then your clothes wtartbera low price business suit or the bluest evening clothes will have that Individuality which plainly Indicate they were made to your I 1allo take your ure for extra trousers fancy vetts topcoats and overcoats fall and Winter sample on hand ready for your Inspection 1IO ItUlLEYTbeTallor Stanford Ky Stock of Mirentndlst for Salt In Mlllrigcvlllt I enntte As aulKnee of Compton for the benefit ol her creditor I will offer nt pri veto sale her stork or merohanduv consist Ing of such articles as are usually found In a general store EDWARD ALOOnX Assignee llustonvllle K- yCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting a Work Pavements and In fact we ran make any thing from a house down to a fence post e cnn serve you promptly and nratchll pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford I- cyPAIN tabsFsiniscoagesushe usually At leait so SIn Dr fihoop and to tablet called crestedhoop iileadkatbMlhb That fDUlit blood pressure away from pain renters U1ol1lb Ita tJrlC plt multi equahisesntbe blood eurO 100 If you han a headache its blood prewar CIlUlOIfe m itloo blood pressure Thai surely is k certainty for Dr Snoops Headache TabltU stop it In 70 cwIuel and the tablet simply dturibWI UM unnatural blood pressure Bruise war and dawn It ret rr4 and anceurse It does Its coo EetIIIr1lw11as cents nd as Dr Shops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE The State University Lexington Ky The fltato University Lexington tars to following courses namely AKrlcul turalMechaflcal Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Knglneertng Mining Engineering Classical and seven Hclentlnc ourses each of which extends over four yeanandleads ton llachelors degree also R Department of Law and a Department of Education last has boon established instead of the formal Hcliool Persons who nter department prepare for advanced work In nil lire II ach- elor reslnthluubjectwhencompleted- The Academ for preparatory Instruction is retained County appointees recleve free tuition privilege of residence In the dormitories tu- ci trawling expenses If they remain ten conlecutlvemonthlorone collegl atetllrThe laboratories and museum are large well equipped cont and modern Military Hctenee is fully provided for as rev qUlred by Congress Tho In the several courses of tuily readily flndemploymentwith liberal remuneration matrlc ilates for lust year was Each dlpart- ment has n specialist nt its head with tho necessary number of assistants Young women find nn excellent home with and lodging In Patterson Hall which Is well equipped with all tho modern lonvonlencfia hall for physical culture nt fliu per week All courses of University are open to women Ion Identical conditions with those applying to tonics The completion of tho Agricultural Min Inc Engineering Laboratory and Education afford ample and commodious quarters for these departments which are Increasing In the of metric catalogues methods of obtaining appointment Information courses and terms of admission ap- JivMESKpi PATTKltHON PhDLLD resident or to D U fllAZKK Uuslness Term Beglni Sept 10 1909 Ftrt RnnounoementIFirst are beginning to tell you what we shall have Our Clothing Stock we feel is always as well made th- eFabric fff 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 beautiful WATCH FOB ito match eachSuit They are beauties Come and see them t H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY DID you ever lookup the meaning the words Price and Cost J We venture youd be interestedeven surprised tbutCost comes from the old Icelander word Koster signifying to Choose to Test to I ProveSo is really the Wdrth of the thing sold Cost means how well the thing bought proves up in actualuse So were not so far off the track today for when you buy paint the Price of it should be the measure of itsiusefulness in appearance and wear Its Cost to will be how well it stands the test you put it to If itrdoes well its cheap if not you paid too muchIMeasured by this poor paint costs far far more than good paint never worth the price asked andnever stands the test of wear Theres one house paint made thats worth the price and stands the test and thats HORSE SHOE ERAND HOUSE PAINTbest leadzinc aged t linseed oil japan coloring matter and nothing else honest materials honestly prepared sold on honor Seven gallons of HORSE SHOE PAINT covers as muchsurface as ten gallons of ordinary paint and covers it longer Then too theres a full line of good HORSE SHOE BRAND Paint SpecialtiesHORSE SHOE BRAND Paint for the Barn for the Roof for the Porch for the Floor for Inside Walls Screens for Buggies Wagonsin fact for everythingr When youre ready to buy paint or paint specialties and want the Price and the Cost both right as well as the Paint just r membertthat here is one store where youll find what youre looking For Sale by The New Stanford Drug Co If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B MsRoberts DRUGGIST f tTANFOKD I t The Interior Journal BrA woRD KY SKPT 11 1908 NEW aseortm nt of local view poet cards at Penny s Drug Store PERSONALS MRS W A HATCHER Is quite WILL SEVERANCE It In Louisville buying goods JUDGE J S OWSLEY was In Louis vlllo Tuesday REV J MURRAY TAYLOR went tc Georgetown Wednesday- MR Eb HALE is back from a visit toj Pulaskl county relativeIREV T W BARKER Is attending- r j Conference at Mlddlcsboro MR J D FADS and Miss Kate Ends arc attending the Montlcello fair I MR ALBERT R WALLACE Is In thoI t Clarke Sanitarium at taxlngton MRS W M BRITT of Olionflcld 1 was the guest of Mrs J S Rice MRS D V UALLOU and children are t with her mother at Crab Orchard liON P M McRoiiERTS Is at Somer f tset holding a eptclal term of court MRS W A TRIDIILE is in Cincinnati buying goods for Trlbblo Hughes MRS S C LACKEY of Cuero Texas t spent several days with his old friend Mr W P Grimes MR C T DOIION of Lebanon peas Idthrough to Tennessee Tuesday night buy Jersey cows MISSES DORA AND MINNIE STRAUR were In Cincinnati this week buying Fall and Winter millinery MR G S PROCTOR and wife of Rockcaitle were on Tuesdays train en rout to Iowa to visit relatives MR W E PERKINS one of Crab Orchard best merchants passed through to Cincinnati Tuesday to buy goods MRS W n McKiNNEY and little Miss Nancy Katherine have returned from a visit to her sister at Middles 6obora CYNTHIA DECK left Wednesday for Knoxvllle where she will teach P again MRS S E RICE of Lexington arIrived from Lexington Wednesday sister Mrs Leonora GoodI knlltbtIMRS W T RICHARDSON of Junction City now of Paris is visit ing her mother Mrs W S Milton at Junction City MR J S HUNDLEY has returned from a visit to relatives in Washington county Miss Mary Hundley of Louis ville came with him MESSRS D J SMITH and family and W n Kirk and family of the GilbertaJ Creek section left Wednesday pew Okla to reside MRS W T DAVIS of Plnuville who has been with her brothers Meson W L and J M McCarty returned to her homo at Pincvlllo yesterday MR FRANK LKE has returned from California and located at Mlddlcsboro lie spent several days with relatives here Mrs Leo Is with Mrs J U Owe ley MR ERNEST RICHARDSON son of W T Richardson agent Standard Oil Co at Paris has secured a as t stenographer with the Powar Grocery Co at Paris TilE many friends of Col T P were glad to see him town yeller 0day It was the first time since May I last He is still very weak but is on gaining ground PET BECK of Marcellus is visiting relatives here Miss Berta Eads of Stanford Is the guest of her alter Mrs W I Drown of Mill Spring Mrs Sam Ends and children of Stan ford are the guest of her Mr and Mrs J B LanlerMontlcello- Outlook LOCALS received a full line of ladles IJUST Winter shoes Cummins Wearen LOST between Rowland and Crab Orchard a lot of blue papers Leave at tills office JUST received a car American Wo ven Wire Fenco W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky i CITY TAXES DUE Your city tax is due Plcaso call and settle B D t Carter collector WARD off the typhoid fever by using WhItesDiamond Brand Crab Orchard I Water It will do itw WE will have a carload of Northern seed wheat this week Call at mill andI see samples J II Baughman Co TUB hay barn scales etc at Crab Orchard formerly owned by B D Holtzclaw but sold recently burned Wednesday night FOR SALEMyy dilly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonvillo t pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phono mo A J Rico Stanford IcyTHE best singing thelatest novel ties the brightest music tho newest ideas in costumes and scenic features in fact an entirely now attraction now people songs stories commedians dan cers and headline vaudeville features- everything reliable and first class this I season with J A Coburns Greater Minstrels Dont miss them next Sat urday sight Sept 12 at Waltons Op era House SCHOOL shoes for children Cumnl Wearen DROP in to see uawhen you come tc court Monday Wo need you GET close to nature and keep wellI Crab Orchard water should bo kept it every home BEAR In mind the sale ofthe QlvensI farm next Saturday Sept particularsIour now Fall line o f Hart Schaffncr Marx all woolen clothing Cummins Wearen SATURDAY Sept 26 the last day filing claims against the county of Lincoln George B Cooper county clerk ISEE the splendid Webber wagon or at Coffey Bishops store More Best farm and road wagon COL R G EVANS has been matt chairman of the democratic campaign committee of Boyle county A capital selection SOUTH Texas lands for sale Excur lion from Danville Sept 1C Apply to- W L McCarty Stanford or Dunn i Adams Danville Ky WHILE Will Mattingly was loading a 22 caliber pistol the other day the weapon discharged the ball going through one of the lingers of his left hand ATTEND the sale of tho Givens farm Satur1davand should bring a handsome amonnt TUB L N will run an excursion from Richmond to Louisville on Sunday Sept 20 It will pass Stanford at 630 A and the fare for tho roundtrip will be 175 PERCY STEWART and Mien Hill colored are under arrest charged wltbI stealing chickens from the produce firm of Land Buchanan TheirJrial Is setj for Saturday Coar J L McKee Rllfe of Hustonville is offering his sample stock of vehicles of all kinds at absolute cost Now Is your chance to a bargain REFRESENTATIVE W II SHANKS has been appointed campaign chairman for Lincoln county lie is a hardworking democrat and godd reports tnay be exI pccted this year THE little daughter born to Mr and Mrs Joseph E Nevius of Lancaster only 24 hours Mr J C McCla and Mrs Mattie Nevius attended theI burial yesterday afternoon AT tho R E coda gale tomor row Saturday a number of young horses and mares will be disposed of- Also a lot of business horses 150 hogs and some farming implements Gov LUKE P BLACKBURN often said that he did not believe any one who used Crab Orchard water regularly would ever have typhoid fever Whites Diamond Brand at all drug stores OUR item about the number of teach era of the deaf Lincoln county has sent vut Is being copied by most all of our exchanges but only a very few of them give this paper credit for the article IN the quarterly court Marshal B D Carter was given a judgment against- W II Leslie a drummer who drove one of Mr Carters livery horses to death Mr B F Goodo secured a ver diet of 111 against Tol Timbprlake on a mulo deal JIM LEE colored was placed In jail Wednesday night charged with shoot ngJohn Payne of Crab Orchard The wound is a painful but not necessarily a dangerous one Leo says Payne was st his home in the Deep Well Woods and had threatened to shoot him FINE singing bright comedy clever lancing and all that is new in mInstrel- sy will be seen next Saturday night 3opt12 at J A Coburns Greater llnstrels at Waltons Opera House Everything now New music now Conga now people new costumes and a augh In every minute of an evenings njoyment and amusement Thero is tat a dull moment not a single un ntcrestfng feature in the attraction provided this year by Manager Coburn and his guarantee of your moneys worth or your money back wo all know means a first class performance and satisfaction to every patron NEALS CREEK Rev Darker filled his appointment here Sunday and delivered an interesting sermon Among hose who are on the sick list are Mr- S T Roberts and Mrs Kittle Mundy Miss Jennie Rogers of Preachorsvllle was visiting her cousin Miss Biddie Green Mr John Price and wife of Danville were visiting at tho homo of J T Mundy Miss Desslo Harrington visited Miss Grace Dishon Saturday and Sunday Mrs B P Martin was visit- Ing Mrs Kirkpatrick Mr S T Roberts and wife visited Mrs Carter at Rowland Mrs Ben Cooley has returned from a visit at Junction City Mrs Florence Terry was called to her home at Highland on account of tho ill tees of her mother Mr John Raines VM visiting tir En Austin at Hlgh and COTTAGE for sale or rent P G Warner Logan Avenue Stanford Do not be imposed upon There are imitations and adulterated water and on the market Whites DIamon Brand la the genuine ITnE Crab Orchard Graded Scho taxes are due If not paid by Oct la penalty of 5 per cent will be added M M Perkins treasurer and collector To TEXAS uS- ept from Danvill ICth 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 We nro still at Aldridges old stand and will give prompt attention to all orders W K Warner I 6t MR URN W DURHAM the Junctio City druggist who shot and killed John Wright last Saturday afternoon was acquitted at his examining trial at Dan villo Wednesday SOME scamps fired a number of shot around the depot about 12 oclock Wed ncsday night We hope Marshal Carter will spare neither time nor eherg in arresting the guilty parties You had better reserved seats to Coburns Barlow Minstrels today The choice seats go first and the chance are tho entire reserved section of Wale tons Opera House will be sold MR A T NUNN LLCY who had a finger cut olT while traveling In Texas got pretty well repaid for his loss lIe received 300 and his hospital expenses from the railroad company and 400 from an accident company in which he was insured Mr Nunnelloy will be home tomorrow CALL on E T whenyou wan the best there is on the market He Is headquarters for Old Hickory wagons Hoosicr Drills of all kinds and has just received a full line of field seeds timothy clover etc Globe Swifts fertilizers always on hand and if you want a pleasure vehicle of any kind hi has them THE latest and standard selections played dally by J A Cc burns Greater Minstrels band at the noon concerts is a treat well worth waiting for and Mr Coburns cornet solos add materially to tho merits of their music The performance this year is the best he has ever given and assures all an evening enjoyable and Interesting with the latest and best In minstrelsy Dont forget the date Saturday Sept 12 at Waltons Opera House noon yesterday Mr W G McBco who has been ill with ty phoid fever for some 10 days breathed his last Ills wife and seven children were in the house when the end peacefully came Deceased was an excellent citizen and his death is greatly regretted His family is a large one and he was greatly needed Mr McBee mov ed to Stanford from the Turnersville section several years ago and has made many friends here Arrangements for burial had not been made when we went to pressP- LEASANT OCCASION Miss Sara Baughman very delightfully entertained Wednesday afternoon in Honor of Mrs Joseph Harkins and Miss Marie Harkins of Prcstonburg Some 50 or SO ladies were present and they report an exceedingly enjoyable time The handsome home was darkened but was made as bright as day by myriads of candles and gas jets The whole low er floor was decorated with brides roses la France roses smilax nastur tiums and asparagus every whore Mesdames J H and J W Baughman entertained and Miss Elizabeth Baugh man served frappe in tht sitting room which was especially pretty with nas turtlums and smilax tastily arranged Elegant refreshments were served Miss Baughman was warmly congratu lated and heartily thanked for givIng her friends such an enjoyable afternoon Mrs Hurkins and Miss Harkins left yesterday for their home much to theI regret of the many friends they have made here ON Thursday nightatthe pretty ome of Clyde Curtis on Crab Orchard pike he entertained 35 or 40 of friends The spacious lawn was beau ifully decorated with Japanese lanterns ending a charm to their beautiful coun try home During the evening delight fut refreshments were served and mu ale was furnished by Mr Davis arid Mrs Byrd Curtis Those honoring the ccaslon with their presence were R I Collier Miss Fannie Collier of New fork Porter Dishon Miss Mary Corm Icy of Lancaster Will Chancellor Miss Lucy Hail Miss Gracie Dishon Guy Drady Sam Holtzclaw Miss Lizzie Drent Edd White Miss Beula White Virgil Hester Miss Mary B Spoon more Oscar Holtzclaw Miss Fannie lolman Mr Weaver Miss Stella Me Clary Mr Perkins Miss Phillips Sam Miss Bessie Holtzclaw John Spoonamore Miss Lizzie Carpenter Woods Carpenter Miss Garner Mr White Miss Mr Rigsby tiles Mary Carpenter Fien Davis Miss tames Thurman Tudor Miss Russell Luther Tudor Jlisa Annie Carpenter MIDDLB1URG Jesse Fogle hamne young mule killed by lightning last week Ore M 0 Sallee and William Sweeney killed a large red fox whllo out squirrel hunting Monday Mrs Geo Davis is quite sick at her home on the Liberty pike But lIttio hope is entertained for recovery The Baptist Sunday school will hnve an outing about the first of October and the children are anticipating a good timeQ R Jones was awarded first money on corn at tho Liberty fair He has sent 12 ears of the same corn to the State fair The meeting at the Christian church closed Saturday night and Rev Joseph Montgomery went to Junction City to begin a meeting Rev Joel Jones of Cynthiana was here on a visit to aunt Mrs Laura Lee and assist Rev Montgomery in the meeting part of the time The congregation was quite favorably impressed with him and will likely Ball him to the pastorate of the church Mrs Walter Gooch of Indianapolis is with her mother Mrs Mnrtha Sharp at Yosemite Rev J L Owens was here Tuesday to see Rev W U Tilford Mr and Mrs J R WII son attended the Somerset fair E J Godby was down from Hustonvi Monday and spent the night with bls daughter Mrs C C Jones Lincoln Wells went to Lexington last week Frank Lee is able to be out after a sick spell of some 10 days duration- MATRIMONIAL Miss Rinds Horton of Sandy Hoo Ky rode 1000 miles to meet and mar ry the Rev Thomas Houghton of Warner Okla The couple had carried on a courtship of two years by mail The bride had never seen her husband un til a few hours before the marriage Harry Bright of Woodward Okla and Miss Rose Mary Dickpeddic of Emmottsburg Ta were married Marcb 23rd last but the matter has just been made public The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs H C Bright of Danvilli and his bride is a former resident of BoyleMr Will Bybee a dry goods merchant of Somerset and Mrs Lind Tucker the handsome daughter of Rev and Mrs W S Grinstead for merly of this place but now of Vet sallies were married in Cincinnal Tuesday The bride is a sister of Mrs Kathleen Beazley and Mrs Jesse Walter of this place Mrs Tucker is well known here having visited her sister at this place and their many friend wish for them all the happiness this world cia bring to a happy couple Good Farm For Sale j I desire to toll privately my nacre farm miles Houthrnit of JIustonvlUr It Ii all In grnu except 10 acre and Ii welt 1m roved Will ell foronthlrd cub and balance on rnty pnymcnU For further rnrtlculnwrite to or call on O T IJobon Lebanon K For Sale Privately I J1y house and lot house contains elgb room with cistern end pantry rooms and all necessary outbuilding such at smokehouse buggy house coal house hen honi and a very good stable For further de crlptlon cull on J H imiOHT Htnnford Ky Splendid Blue Grass Farm for Sale As executor or Mrs L J Cloyd I w1l one PNIIIIItliatnhoutmagnificent blue limn farm of about acres of which bodied poutlied It Is lit uatedln Lincoln county Ky on a turnpike ahout14 miles from McKluney IInd about the same distance from llustonvlll TtiDlmprovtmenti conMit principally of a twoltolffroUle dwelling large doe tenant house alt nec enary outbuildings cistern stock scale etc In grass but about 76 acre It II near good sonooli churches and n run road station on the Queen A Crescent rnllwn The iiid Is to be surveyed Possession for seetllnj will be given ns soon al tho terms elute tire complied with and 01 the whole tract Jan 1st limy At least om third of tho purchase price must be paid In cash and terms as to bulanrv will beaming ed to suit purchaser Tills Is one of the best farms In Lincoln county For lurthe particulars address J B PAXTON Executor Htanford Ky J P Chandler Au- ctAt Public Sale A VERY DESIRABLE IDE GRASS fARM IlOne Mile from Stanford Ky IAIexecutors of the will of B W Given Sr deceaSed and ns agents for his devisees we will on SATURDAY BE IT II IS oclock p u soil on the premises at lUbllo auction to the bidder the arm on wblch Mrs SlaryCGiven resident her death The farm contains W1 acres Ituated on the East side of the Iinnvlll turnpike about one mils from Blunfon and n holt mile of this Htanfon Jroded school The Improvements conili if it residence containing rooms beside mils iilxo commodious burns and other outbuilding Abqut one hnlt of the tarn slu grass and nil under good fence Tile toll is adapted for tolmcco hemp and Use othor crops usual to this section Pos esslon for seeding purpomi will bo given III oon as tho condition of the growing crop will permit and full possession Jon tea tweIwith interest from day ot sale with option to tho purchaser to pny all cash A good general warranty deed will bi made on receipt cash payment and note ij purchaser George O Given S W Olveni B W livens Executors and Agents All persons haying a claim against the stato of Mrs Mary O GlYens ar roueitei agentllabhieXy New Fall Skirtsi l We have just placed on sale our firstship ment of new Skirts We believe theI 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 of Brown Green Smoke Grey Navy and Black They come in the 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 r SEVERANCE Si SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY Fall Goods Come in and inspect our Fall line of Dress Goode Ladies Mists and Childrens Shoes Kimona Goods Purees Ac 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 Ijwer than the lowest and the quality of Our goods is the best A new line of Post Cards just received II That we are agents for International Tailoring and L E Hayes l Co Remember we guarantee fit quality of goods and price t TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY a rYOU OJLdI CAN T SON FAZE A 1 POCKETKNFE I Their made of The There and The temper is You dont any chances in buying because they run regardless of price For Sale by W H HIGGINS rt The Interior Journal STANFORD Ky SEPT 11 190 NEW assortment ot local vIew poi cardat Store- PERSONALS W A HATCHER Is quite ill SEVERANCE is In Louisville buy IMR9 J S OWSLEY was in Louis J MURRAY TAYLOR went U Georgetown Wednesday- MR Eb HALE is back from a visit to Pulaski county relative REV T W DARKER is attending Conference at Mlddlosbo- rott J D EADS and Mla Kate Ead ifore attending the MontlceUo fair e MR ALBERT R WALLACE is In the J Clarke Sanitarium at Lexington I MRS W M BRiTT of Ills o nfleld 4was the guest of Mrs J S Rico IIIt MRS D V BALLOU and children are twIth her mother at Crab Orchard lioN P M McRonERTS is at Somer set holding a sptcial term of court MRS W A TnmiiLE Is in Cincinnati buying goods for Tribblo Hughes MRS S C LACKEY of Cuero Texas 1spent several days with his old friend Mr W P Grimes Ma C T DoitoN of Lebanon pass d through to Tennessee Tuesday nigh t to buy Jersey cows STRAUnee IFalland Winter millinery MR G 8 PROCTOR and wife o f r Rockcastle were on Tuesdays train en route to Iowa to visit relatives MR W a PERKINS one of Crab Orchards best merchant passed through ItoCincinnati Tuesday to buy goods IIMRS W B McKINNEY and llttfc Katherine have returned h from a visit to her sister at Middles boro Miss CYNTHIA BECK left Wrdnctday j for Knoxville where she will teach e again Mns S E RICE of Lexington are rived from Lexington Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs Leonora Good knight MRS WT RICHARDSON formerly- of Junction City now of Paris is visit ing her mother Mrs W S Hilton at Junction City MR J S HUNDLEY has returned I from a visit to relatives In Washington county Miss Mary Hundley of Louis ville came with him MESSRS D J SMITH and family W R Kirk and family of tho Gilber J Creek section left Wednesday for De pew Okla to reside MRS W T DAVIS of Pincville who has been with her brothers Messrs W L and J M McCarty returned to her home at Pincvlllo yesterday MR FRANK LEE has returned from California and located at Mlddlcsboro He spent several days with relatives 4 here Mrs Leo is with Mrs J B Ows ley MR ERNEST RICHARDSON son of W t possitionoaeRstenographer with the Po war Grocery Co at Paris TilE many friends of Col T P Hill were glad to see him town yesterday It was tho first time since May last Ho is still very weak but lion I gaining ground PET BECK of Marcellus is visiting t relatives here Miss Derta Eads of Stanford is the guest of her sister Mrs W II Drown of Mill Springs Mrs Sam Eads and children of Stanford are the guest of her Mr t and Mrs J B LanlerMontlcelloO- utlook LOCALS received a full line of ladies IJUST Winter shoes Cummins Wearen LOST between andand Crab i Orchard a lot of blue papers Leave at this office tteoAmerican Wo 4 ven Wire Fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky u CITY TAXES DUE Your city tax is t DsWARD off the typhoid fever by using 4 IWhiteeDiamond Brand Crab Orchard Water It it WE will have a carload of Northern seed wheat this week Call at mill and see samples J1i Baughman Co TilE hay barn scales etc at Crab Orchard formerly owned by B D Holtzclaw but sold recently burned Wednesday night FOR SALEMy splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best I1ustonvltloton or 1y 3e TilE best singing tho latest novel = ties tho brightest music tho newest 1Ideas in costumes and scenic features in fact an entirely new attraction now people songs stories commodians dan and headline vaudovillo features 1ceraI In g reliable and first class this season with J A Coburns Greater e Minstrels Dont miss them next Sat- urdayr nifcht Sept 12 at Waltons Op eta House SCHOOL shoes for children Cum lnt Wearen DROP in uewhen you como to- court Monday Wo need you IGET close to nature and keep well- t Orchard water should be kept Ii every home BEAR in mind tho sale of the Given farm next Saturday Sept 12 See particularsIour now lined Hart SchafTncr Marx all wools clothing Cummins Wearen SATURDAY Sept 26 is the last day for filing claims against the county o r Lincoln George B Cooper count clerk ISEE the splendid Webberwagon o MoreImade COL R EVaNS haa been chairman of the democratic campalg committee of Boyle county A capita selection SOUTH Texas lands reels Excur lion from Danville Sept 15 Apply t W L McCarty Stanford or Dunn i Adams Danville Ky WHILE Will Mattlngly was loading a 22 caliber pistol the other day the weop on discharged tho ball going through one of the fingers of his left hand ATTEND tho rate of the Givens farm on the Danville pike tomorrow Satur day The property is very desirabl- and should bring a hahdsomo amount THE L N will run an excursion from Richmond to Louisville on Sunday Sept 20 It will pass Stanford at 630 A L and the tore for the roundtrip will be 171iIPERCY STEWARt Allen lull col ored ore under arrest charged with stealing chickens from the produce firm of Land Buchanan Their trial is set for Saturday ATCOST J LMcKee Wile of Hustonville is offering hi sample stock of vehicles of all kinds e absolute cost Now is your chance to get a bargain REPRESENTATIVE W II SHANKS has been appointed campaign chairman for Lincoln county Ho Is a hardworking democrat and good reports may be ex petted this year TilE daughter born to Mr an Mrs Joseph E Nevius of Lancaster McClatoburial yesterday afternoon AT the R E Goddard sale tomorrow Saturday a number of young hones and mares will be disposed of Also a lot of business horses 150 hogs and some farming implements Gov LUKE P BLACKDURN often said that ho did not believe any one who used Crab Orchard water regularly would ever have typhoid fever White Diamond Brand at all drug stores OUR Item about the number of teach era of the deaf Lincoln county has sent out Is being copied by most all of our exchanges but only a very few of them give this paper credit for the article IN tho quarterly court Marshal B D Carter was given a judgment against W II Leslie a drummer who drove one of Mr Carters livery horses to death Mr B F Goode secured aver dirt of 111 against Tel Timbprlake on a mule deal JIM LEE colored win placed in jail Wednesday night charged with shoot ingJohn Iayne of Crab Orchard Th wound is a painful but not necc a dangerous one Lee says Payne w at his home in the Deep Well Woods and had threatened to shoot him FINE singing bright comedy dancing and all that Is now in minstrel sy will be seen next Saturday night Sept 12 at J A Coburns Greater Minstrels at Waltons Opera House Everything new New music new songs new people new costumes and a laugh in every mInute of an evenings enjoyment and amusement There Is not a dull moment not a single un interesting feature in tho attraction provided this year by Manager Coburn and his guarantee of your moneys worth or your money back we all know means a first class performance and satisfaction to every patron NEALS CREEK Rev Darker filled his appointment hero Sunday and delivered an interesting sermon Among those who are on the sick list ore Mr S T Roberts and Mrs Kittle Mundy Miss Jennio Rogers of Preachersville was visiting her cousin Miss Diddle Green Mr John Price and wife of Danville were visiting at the home ofJ T Mundy Miss Dessio Harrington visit ed Mlts Grace Dishon Saturday and Sunday Mrs B P Martin was visit ing Mrs Kirkpatrick Mr S T Roberts and wife visited Mrs Carter at Rowland Mrs Ben Cooley has returned from a visit at Junction City Mrs Florence Terry was called to her homo at Highland on account of tho illness of her mother Mr John Raines was visiting Mr E B Austin at nlibl- anil COTTAGE for sale or rent P G Warner Logan Avenue Stanford Do not be imposed upon There are imitations and adulterated water and salts on the market Whites Diamond grand is tho genuine 111TUE Crab Orchard Graded taxes are due If not paid by Oct 1 penalty of 5 per cent will be added M M Perkins treasurer and collector fTo TEXAS Excursion tram Danville Sept 15th to Southern Texas For rates and other information see W L McCarty Stanford or Dunn Adam Danville yGIVE us a chance o your plumb- Ing tinning and repairing We are 11stili at Aldridges old stand and will give prompt attention to all orders W 11K Warner f Gt MR BEN W DURHAM the Junctio- o City druggist who shot and killed John Wright last Saturday afternoon was acquitted at his examining trial at Dan ville Wednesday SOUE scamps fired a number of shots around tho depot about 12 oclock Wed nesday night We hope Marshal Car ter will spare neither time nor energy in arresting the guilty parties p You had better get reserved seats to Coburns Barlow Minstrels today choice seats go first and tho chance- are the entire reserved section of Wal tons Opera House will be sold hadea finger cut n got pretty well repaid for his loss Ho received 300 and his hospital expenses from the railroad company and from an accident company in which he was insured Mr Nunneliey will be home tomorrow CALL on E T P whenyou want the best there is on the market He headquarters for Old Hickory wagons Hoosier Drills of all kinds and has just received a full line of field seeds timothy clover etc Globe Swifts fertilizers always on hand and if you hethas TilE latest popular and standard selections played dally by J A Ca burns Greater Minstrels band at the worthgwaiting for and Mr cornet solos add materially to the merits of thisdassures all an evening enjoyable and Interesting with tho latest and best In minstrelsy Dont forget the date Saturday Sept 12 at Waltons Opera House McBEEAt noon yesterday Mr W G McBcc who has been ill with ty phoid fever for some 10 days breathed his last His wife and seven children were in the house when tho end peace fully came Deceased was an excellent regretswas greatly needed Mr McBee mov ed to Stanford from the Turnersvillo section several years ago and has made many friends here Arrangements for burial had not been made when we went to pressP- LEASANT OCCASIONMiss Sara Baughman very delightfully entertain ed Wednesday afternoon in Honor of Mrs Joseph Harkins and Miss Marie Harkins of Prestonburg Some 50 or 60 ladles were present and they report an exceedingly enjoyable time The handsome home was darkened but was made as bright as day by myriads of candles and gas pate The whole low brideseroses la France roses nastur whereasMesdames J H and J W Baughman entertained and Miss Elizabeth Baugh man served frappe in thositting room nasturtiumsElegant refreshments were served Miss Baughman was warmly congratu lated and heartily thanked for giving her friends such an enjoyable afternoon Mrs Hurkins and Miss Harkins left yesterday for their home much to the regret of the many friends they have made here ON Thursday night et the pretty home of Clyde Curtis on Crab Orchard pike he entertained 35 or 40 of his friends The spacious lawn was beautifully decorated with Japanese lanterns lending a charm to their beautiful country home During the evening delightful refreshments were served and muI sic was furnished by Mr Davis arid Mrs Byrd Curtis Those honoring theI occasion with their presence were R C Collier Miss Fannie Collier of New York Porter Dishon Miss Mary Corm ney of Lancaster Will Chancellor Miss Lucy Hail Miss Gracie Dishon Guy Brady Sam Holtzclaw Miss Lizzie Brent Edd White Miss Beula WhIteI Virgil Heater Miss Mary B Spoon amore Oscar Holtzclaw Miss FannIe Nolman Mr Weaver Miss Stella Mc Clary Mr Perkins Miss Phillips Sam Spoonamore Miss Bessie Holtzclaw John Spoonamore Miss Lizzio Carpenter Woods Carpenter Miss RigsbyMissRaines Thurman Tudor Miss Russell Luther Tudpr Mica Annie Carpenter raIEND J WDDLEBURG Jesse Fogle had a She young mule killed by lightning last week Drs M 0 Sallee and William Sweeney killed a large red fox while MondayMrs at her littlearecovery Tho Baptist Sunday school will have an outing about the first of October and the children are anticipating a good timeQ R Jones was awarded first money on corn at the Liberty lair Ho has sent 12 ears of the same corn to the State fair The meeting at the Christian church JosephMontgomery begin a meeting Rev Joel Jones of Cynthiana was here on a visit to his aunt Mrs Laura Lee and assisted partnof the time The congregation was quite favorably impressed with him and will likely call him to the pastorate of the church IndianapolisisSharp at Yosemite Rey J L Ow ens was here Tuesday to see Rev W G Tilford Mr and Mrs J R Wil son attended the Somerset fair E J Godby was down from Hustonville Monday and spent the night with his LincolnsFrank Lee is able to be out after a sick spell of some 10 days duration- MATRIMONIAL IMiss Rinda Horton of Sandy Hook marIIner Okla The couple had carried on a courtship of two years by mail The bride had never seen her husband un til a few hours before the marriage sHarry Bright of Woodward Okla and Miss Rose Mary Dlckpeddlc of Emmettsburg la were married March 23rd last but the matter has just been made public The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs H C Bright of Danville ofDoyleMr Will Bybee a dry goods mer chant of Somerset and Mrs Linda Tucker the handsome daughter of Rev and Mrs W S Grinstead for merly of this place but now of Ver sailles were married in Cincinnati Tuesday Tho bride is a sister of Mrs Kathleen Beazley and Mrs Jesse Wal wellknownat this place and their friends wish for them all the happiness this world can bring to a happy couple Good Farm For Sale j I desire to sell privately my acre farma S miles Southeast of Hustonvllle It U all Improvedon easy payments For further particulars write to or call on 0 T Rohon Lebanon Kr For Sale Privately I My house and lot house contains eight rooms with cistern nnd pantry rooms and nil necessary outbuildings such as smoke house buggy house coal house hen house and a very good liable For further de scription cull on J H BUIOIIT Stanford Ky Splendid Blue Grass Farm for Sale As executor of Mrs L J Clod I will otter lor siile at public outcry on the premiaIlllitabout 10 st Tuesday Wept magulllcent blue gratis farm of about 865 acres of which she died possessed It Is sit uated In Lincoln county K y on a turn plkeabout1S miles from McKlnney and the same distance from llustonvllle Tbutmprovements consist principally of n two dwelling double crib buggy house tenant house all nec eikary outbuildings cistern stock scales etc All In grass but about acrer It Is near Rood sotiooli churches and H railroad ruI1W8YTbeseeding purposes will be given m soon as the III lire complied with and of the whole tract Jan 1st At least one third of the purcliake price must be In wllllltnrrangldbest farm In Lincoln county For further particulars address J B 1AXTON Executor KyJAt Public Sale A VERY DESIRABLE BLUE GRASS fARM One Mile from Stanford Ky As executors of the will of B W livens Br deceased and as agents for his devisers we will on BATUIIDAY SEPT IS IMS at S oclock p v sell on the premises at thelaarmat her death The farm contains KfJi acres situated on the East side of the Dnnvlllo turnpike about one mile from Htanford and n half mile of that Stanford Graded School The Improvements consist of n residence containing 8 rooms besides halls also commodious burns and other outbuildings Abqut onehalf of the farm Is lu grass und all undo good Peace Tho soil Is well adapted for tobacco hemp and the other crops usual to this section Pos session for seeding purposes will bo given as soon us the condition of the crops will permit and full possession Jan I liw THUMB Onethird cash remainder In two equal Installments In one and two years Interest from day or sale with option- to thu purchaser to pry nil cash A good general warranty deed will be made on receipt cash payment und notes of purchaser George O Givens W livens B W Givens Executors and Agents All a claim against the estate of Mrs Mary oOlvnIR requested o Tesettamo to me U W Givens agent I Ky X ew Fall Skirts J l We have just placed on sale our first ship ment of new Skirts We believe thezii 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 the 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 r SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY Fall Goods Come in and inspect our Fall line of Dress Good Ladies MissA and Childrens Shoes Kiniona Goode 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 Igwer than the lowest and the quality of Our J goods is the best A new line of Post Cards jUt received t That we are agents for International Tailoring and L EIIayes ds Co Remember we guarantee fit quality of goods and price t TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD e KENTUCKY HouseI r IROBESON POCKETKNIFE I Their made of Ihe lirthrshiff and ttie temper is mere You doni any chances in buying because they run regardless of price For Sale by W H HIGGINS The Interior Journal Lt as Bred in She PotOffice ml Stanford a Nee d cMer malde- rPBSLIBBID TUDAY8 AND VRUMLT AT JIOO PER YEAR CASK isywhen not to paId OOO will be charged L do N TIME TABLE No Houth 1111 p x No Si Houth 1JS v x No St North as A x No a North ins P x JOS S RICE Agent B D CARTER Now Liverv Depot Street f Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I i For the nrreit and conviction of any person t treipastlng upon my farm tiny or night or to in traveling the pub fromlbndiofotkerppopllo tho to present end future a spec al reward of for pnrtlculnri oA me I oleo otter two social of 30 and tadlJOCarpenter A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Buildiqg For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland leA Friend In Heed Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in eluding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse De Wearen Tile Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY 60 YEARS yamEXPERIENCETRADE t Anyon IeDdlne kettb aDd maIucertaln our optnton ee whether an Omtaunle-etIonetnctyconedeutlaLitAND0004 on Patent I WtentPatents i tfxeiolnotUe without charge to the Scientific fltttcrlcatt A tincJiomelr IHnntrsIM we klf Afelt elr ralatlon of an ctenttoe journal Terms II SoldhyUtnewdealeruMUNN Hooch mace3 Y SLo WblortoQ Ir i JLBeazleyCo Embalmt1aiture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for t nil Kinds of Stock Give t Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY iJC McClary IMplaalrj w1U Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery ITANFORD KY Once Phoae HomeiPbone S3 c FARMERS DEPARTMIXT Dan Patch paced a mile In 158 fa DetroitFOR Northern white seed rye Jas D Shelby Junction City Well Bros bought and shipped from Madison 400 1500pound cattle at 6 to 6c i Harris Woods will take their premium mules to the State Fair at Louisville FOR SALE75 stock ewes and 40 feeding cattle A W Carpente Moreland Ky ESTRAY White sow weighing about 150 pounds bob tall Reward W O Walker Stanford A few Polled Angus bull calves lIub ject to register for sale J W Baugl nan Stanford KyIin New York the other day 187 per son were arraigned In court for cruelty to horses and 51 of them pleads guilty and were fined C E Duff sold to W B Greene a 3 yearold Shorthorn heifer that weighed 1625 lbs at 6c per pound or 9750 Mt Sterling Advocate- A black gilt weighing about 80 pounds came to my place some three weeks ago Owner can get her by pay- Ing for this notice and her keep E W White Stanford Attend R E Goddards sale at Har rodsburg tomorrow Saturday He will sell a lot of Red Leaf geldings and fillies some business horses 150 hog and a lot of farming implements FOR SALE Pure 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 Reynolds Waynesburg Ky Many mule colts sold at Richmond court Monday at 10 to 80 aged mules brought 100 to 200 Scrub cattle Wrought 2 to 2c Better class went at 3 to 3ic There was a demand for iheep and many sold at 350 to 450 For SaleWarrenwood the Beautiful blue grass farm of 380 acres two miles from Danville Ky Elegant home second to none in Boyle county tfo railroad crossings between it and anvilc where there are colleges for both young men and young women For particulars apply to Mrs Jean D Warren executrix of Wm Warren The Kentucky State Racing Commis slon met in Lexington and sanctioned 49 days of raring in this State this fall Seven days were allotted to Lexington 18 to Louisville and 24 to Latonia The ates are as follows Kentucky Asso ration Lexington beginning September 19j Louisville Racing Association September 23 Latonia Jockey Club October 19 The Latonia Club asked for permission to allow bookmaking but was refused In Loving Memory of Mrs Elizabeth Payne After years of untold suffering caus ed by a complication of diseases that baffled medical skill Mrs Elizabeth Payne peacefully entered the mansions of rest Aug 18 1908 She was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Severance of this county and sister to Messrs Joseph Severance deceased of Stanford William Bud George Dan and John Severance and Mrs Thornton Pollard all of whom preceded her to- the grave Several years Elizabeth Severance was born April 12 1852 and- was married early in life to Mr David Payne of Crab Orchard and to them wero born eight children Ephriam who died in 1904 Mrs Sam Tatem Mrs Dr Burdette Mrs R E Tanner Joseph Payne John James and Elizabeth all- except the last named are grown As wife she was all that a true devoted woman could be and no children ever ad a more loving devoted mother and in this sad separation they have the Beet consolation of knowing that her every want Was gratified as far as hu man power could avail Mrs Jennie Tatem never missed one morning to vise It and care for her comfort and a de voted husband and children stood by her in all her sufferings Her last acta were to minister daily to a suffering niece not being able to get out of her carriage but taking something everyday to nourish and sustain her and try Ing to relieve her suffering She was devoted to her friends and blind to their faults She was a member of the Christian church and died in that faith May her loved ones emulate her good qualities and in another world where no- sickness or death can enter there will- be a family reunion and they will not- see her drawn and emaciated with dis ise but radiantly beautiful and happy she will be ready to welcome you home Then you will know that a loving Fath er does all things well B B Its a pity when sick ones drug the omach or stimulate the Heart arid Kidneys That is all wrongl A weak tomacb 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 Bhoops Itestoratlye Is promptly helping Stomach Heart and Kidney ailments The Restora tlve reaches out for the actual cause of these ailmentsthe tailing inside nerves Anyway test the Restorative 48 hours It wont cure so soon- as that but you will surely know tha- he1p is coming Sold by Pennys J Drug Store Passed Examination Successfully James Donahue Now Britain Con writes I tried several kidney rem dies and was treated by our best phi siclnns for diabetes but did not 1m prove until I took Foloys Kidney Remedy After the second bottle I showed Improvement and five bottles cured me completely I have slnco passed a rigid examination for life It surance II Foleys Kidney Remedy cures backache and all forms of kid nor and bladder trouble New Stet ford Drug Co Scriblets Ive got a book that wl sell this time- FriendNow historical novel Scriblets No its a book of excuse for borrowing money Theyre all cats loguedfive for every day in the year Foleys Orino Laxative Is a new remedy an Improvement on the laxi tines of former years as It does not gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to take It Is guaranteed New Stanford Drug Co Small Farm For Sale Situated on Somerset pike four mile from Stanford Contains acre Qoo rcihlenco und abundant outhouse In goo repair For further particulars call at this olllco FOR SALE I Rhode Inland Red Pullets nnd Cockerel Kga from selected pen tl per IS Wild Mnllnrd Muck E8i or young nook Cell end tea them 1k w J KDMISTOX Phone Crab Orchard Ky CUT FLOWERS Of all kind alwnyi on hand Prices rea lonnble eolal attention to funeral or wedding order 01UUBMAN OUKKXHOlHK KiMIubbnnl PropHUnforU Ky Jesse W Sweeney PBorsirroB Livery Food and Salo Static Lancaster K- yINSURANCE I JTlre WInd Htorm Life and aeoldent Nontbottho HTUONQUHT floe SEBTOompanlei Iteproientvd Lowttt Pos ilblo irate Ouarant d Lou Paying ReO ltd Unequalled Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phoue No St BRIDGE LETTING I At committee of the Lincoln County Fly Ofll Court I will receive nealed oldI for an steel over Hanging Fork pikeUtbldetprwopnns 01t CUOPKU Clerk Htnnford Ky Danville Board Trade 223 E MainStreet Bonds Grains Cotton and Provisions stock bought for eaih or carried on mar Rlnl Our execution guaranteed mtUlnc lluilneit confidential prhatllI eleplionoSHKTenneMeo for inarketi DANVILLE BOARD TRADE Farm For Sale II Flue blue grits form located on tilt Pleat three mile North of the town or Ibtnvlllewllllwsoldatpubllonuctlouto- re hllbeot und best bidder la front ourthouse door In lIanvllle on MON DAY BK IT ti ti oclock p x Thli farm contain 04 crei of well Improved blue grow land ei oddly adapted for hemp and tobacco me welling v large new tobacco burn Term of sale will bw one thlrtl cash nud balance In easy payment Person desIring Information will write to COBAOIJYAtty Uanvllle Ky Any prospective buyer will be shown the arm fit any time StanfordMonday Sept 21 I r r a C Seats on t Exhibition at Drug CoHIT RINGS TRUEr THROUGHOUJ line behllew that ever struck- Chicago C fcro Joaratl e world eJ Tented- Amusements it Its equal N Y rVortt THE OF lHE IIRLS ANI IhE t Coobo t Wild Wet q FEATURES FJIUIESGurdinWomen l pone of the LarIAt tough ealyexpeaRldenPioneer Tn IluntenSeoutsNerocsern berderllfe IIId Old Timer of theAprodigious elite original kind veryDuctThrowers tad Steer I Shtwi 019 Tim HooeWruijltn proved the triumirpesslble er Lonhoratd ihaat feature of the atlee ar Tan Cattle flocking Jamestown NationaltDronchot inJ fuiunti I Oxpoiltlon Pilntpontei other for two months the legitimate ndcoacedcU and ill other reil actual gea SENSATIONlagCITYhipslures and Ronumie Dally of their Era mrthln except a TenJcrfootl Indians fresh from Cusp F e tad Council making their fiat tcqotlaUnce with PiUfe Ctrllkitlon In Fan tank Native Accoutremenu and Paint soil eihibidof their War Dance and other Weird Rbc and CeretnonJe Panimn Sanjcritt Bow and Arrow Skill MrtboJi of HonOn j Tra2w Trapping aoj Ambuahinf- Eiubcrant Western movement prrradct our every long and varied ffojramnv number Erny act and ftIla typkalof the Ranch and Range Without Brew Vavderille or Theatric adjunct or OY RLANb TRAIL FORENOON 5TRCCT PARADE Form your opWoa ofour f t t are not acyualnted what rids The principal In the morning 2 PIMTWO PERFORMANCES RAIN OR SHINEI Pe M Doon open an hour utter for FREE and welcome of our Indian and Caabsj Grand- Stand Tickrti on sale the groundi continuoutl from 9 a m to 9 p m ADMISSION 50c rCHILDREN 25Ct V A vg VII Business on the Square I wilt be In Cruli Orchard thleaummer and winter tench on all klmli of mutlcnl trumunt HHturactlon irunnintpeil rilOK J KATHON Eczema is Curable ZBMO a scientific preparation for external use Stops itching Instantly and destroys the germs that cause diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sam ple B W Rose Med Co StLoulsMcr Pennys Drug Stor- eCooper Pellfflflgtoll- Fire rife Insurance Representing old and established Com panics Odd Fellows Building Ky Exhibit oi The aloha Hot Blast At our Store on TUESDAY SEP tl Burns SLACK or SOFT COAL smoke or soot Heats double the space heated by any other stove with one half tho fuel Clean Economical Neat The kind to buy for service A money saver for people who want a good stove at an honest price See it in operation You will like it Sold exclusively by T GKQRQE H FAKRI3 aaMILLRDRO V Rustt e Reserved Sale Day of NethtarlHtha HIEINI FIRST ANNUAL HOLIDAY v TOUR COWOJS cow LI INDIANS OF THE 1 I Sharpthooten Chun Dufhloa dUpI Cowpoaict Htppcnlap Horxmiiuhip atmosphere we tboroahfirc DAILY bupectiun EocampnwJt It to In and Stanford Special without DUTCHESS TROUSERS give Comfort ar d Service at moderate Coat 10 Cents a Button 100 a Ripe G le 1 a Insure el YourifTrousers IXTithr Us t r Its like taking out a policy when you buy the DUTCHESS TheseTrous ors are so strongly made that the man I ufacturers attach a specific cash war ranty to every pair We have just re ceived our Fall Trousers In the latest patterns Come in and try a pair I et t SAM ROBINSON L STANFORD KY r r Watch our Window for p Bargains in Coffee j t tI fir Geo Ds Hopper Stanford Ky t d