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THE INTER Oi J tlRNAL lYOLo XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1908 HO tiT 4 HIGHLAND Labor Day was observed by tho schools of Misses Maud Hntficld and Fannie Young- A girl baby has arrived at tho home of Olllo Vanhook Mrs C M Young hoe been qulto nick Rev P II Ebright has been enlaged in holdlrg his last revival service tor the year at the now Methodist church during tho last 10 days Eld J M Long has returned from Pulaski where he was engaged in a meeting Mias Antoinette Fletcher tho organist dur t ing tho flat week of the meeting has returned to Science Mini Zora Oaugh and John II Young left Monday to attend Union Collcg Darbourvillo Miss Ilosa Meier of Louisville and Jako Meier and wile of Samersut spent several days with their parents here John Spires and daug ten Mesdames Hutchison and Hyot intended the frfr at Somerset Mrs E J Mills and son Jack have rotur ed from a visit to relatives at Somerset Misses Grace Young and Annie Butt havo entered school at Stanfon Mrs C M Young desires to behalf of tho building committee of thoI new Methodist church recently dedicated tho editor for his manly kind won and noUces in his worthy paper trom time to time and also the many persot in Somerset Science Danvilli t Junction City Stanford Crab Orchard Moreland Klngsvillc and Waynenbm and other parts of tho county who 80 liberally donated to the church and alao for their presence at tho dedicatory lIer vices Also to Mr E G Oaugh for his untiring efforts and energy in stayln with the work until it was complete HUBBLE MINot Nannie Adama and Bettlo Walter are attending the State tai II I McKechnie has returned to Tan 10pa Flo after a visit to his parenl here It L Hubble is In Louisvlll tie week Mrs J A Hammond la visiting relatives In Casey and UUsse counties Hubblo Gooch sold some stock ewea to M B Eabanka at 1460 H W- r Given sold his mixed hay to Banks Hudson at U per ton Jess Fox bougl some holtS 1n this community at lie J A Hammono has already placed I oarload of fertilizer among the wheat growers hero After a brief Ninons of typhoid Cover Mil Lucrctia Underwood passed to her reward last Saturday night She waa t a devout member of the Christie church and a most excellent woman Her taking away shows the important of being prepared as she was to ar 4ewer tho final summons t Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Sheep Coug Remedy And It is so thorough harmlou that Dr Bhoop tells moth era to use nothing olio even for very young babies The wholesome greo n t loaves and tender stems of a luns healing mountainous shrub give tho ourattvo iiropertlos to Dr Hhoop Cough Itwnwly It oalms the coup h und heals the sonsltlvo bronchial membranes No opium no ohlorb form nothing harsh used to Injure or HUpprois Domaml Dr Shoopn Ao rapt no other Sold by Pennys Drug StoreIWashington special says Churlo Cottrell of the staff of tho Associated Press In this city who has been wltl Mr Bryan in his travels through the West since the Denver Convention said After witnessing tho enthusiast with which tho Democratic candidate was received throughout tho Middle West 1 am of the opinion that this fat will seo a landslide for Bryan- I If believe Bryan and Kern will not Ionly carry Ohio and Indiana If Cottrel as saying but I believe he f will carry Iowa by a safe majority Mr Cottrell is about as nearly do void of personal political opinions ai any veteran newspaper man in political J work can fie The bipartisan Board Control tor Charitable Institutions seems to bt working out all right in so far as it enables members of both political partie to get a slice of the pie There is no other visible reform Bowling Green Messenger Pink Pain TabletsDr Shoops stop Headache womanly pains any pain anywhere In 20 minutes sure Formula on tho 25o box Ask your druggist or doctor about this formula Its fine Pennys Drug Store A Munich physlcan has patented a camera small enough for a person to swallow by which the interior of the stomach may be photographed on a film that is 20 inches long by a quarter an inch in width When New York City gets its water from the Catskills the longest flow will be from a point 130 miles from the City Hall ZACK T MILLER Its forenoon street parade Is a prompt and positive feature of the dolly life of tho 101 Ranch Wild West Show which will be hero on Monday Sept 21 If you are not acquainted with tho tame resources originality and genius of tho Miller Brothers they are content tor you to base your conclusions upon tho pagei nt which will traverse tho principal thoroughfares of the city in tho morning It is a worthy and fitting troduction to the stirring performanc which follows at the show grounds From the very nature and character of the 101 Ranch amusement undertak- Ing this parade is a radical departure in constituents and conduct from anything ever witnessed before There la no vaudeville no circus no theatric no makebelieve and no disguise in tho makeup of this typical Western instl tution Tho parade thus has nothing in common with tho glittering and spangled figures and features which arc annually familiar hero Every portion and part of the 101 Ranch parade is of and from the Imd of cattle corrals and coyotes Ever person is a figure of unquestioned repute In tho Western world of sturd and suple physical endeavor Everyman Is an admitted champion with la riot horse or firearms or in otter partments of ranch routine Ever girl is a suntanned product of tho rangeland whoso beauty and youth seem to cry out against her hazardous exploits Zack T Miller one of the three Milt er brothers who own and operate the groat 101 Ranch leads the line and be hind him is a living narrative of tho picturesque and spectacular West of past and present Every manner and type of Western vehicle and every appliance appurtenance and paraphemalii of tho ranch is displayed There are emigrant wagons prairie schooners roundup wagons and stage coaches every ono of which haa dono servici over the prairie trails Nobody walks in the cattle country and nobody appropriately walks in the parade of the 101 Ranrh Show Tho horses are an interesting study There are every kind and every sizee 5000 Arabian imported steed ridden by Mr Miller the trained cowhorse of the cowboy the jaunty equine pet of tho Wild West girl tho spotted four rooted pride of tho Indian tho Shetland pony dear to the hearts of the little roes id the bucking desperado who looks lambliko but is full of ha tred toward mankind Tho Indians form a gorgeous and ipcctacular phalanx in the procession They paint themselves and their horses with all tho colors and in all tho designs of frenzied savage fancy Wrinkled hiefs warriors with black records oi warfare against the whites patient iquaws and their unremonstrating pa xx 3cs and belles and beauties of the wigwam aro in tho lino They aro clad In beads buckskin moccasins feathers and blankets Many tribes are represented In their ranks It is tho first nlgrimage among the whites of these rude redskin denizens of prairie and great and they aro as much amazed mused and interested as tho palefaces who watch them pass Tho tomtoms and trumpets of the Indians mingle with tho brazen harmony of threo bands the shrill clamor oC a fifo and drum corps tho clear notes of buglers and tho vociferous call of the novitablo steam calliope in tho rear Tho first of these bands Is a pretentious nllltary organization Tho members oC another aro tho musically inclined lowboys of the ranch who practiced heir art while guarding their cattle far rom human ear or habitation The third numbers only cowgirls who orig- Inally formed an organization to provide- ho music for the infrequent entertainments on the ranch The Miller Brothers invite everybody to witness this whether or not hey attend the performances of the big amusement life joyrestoring spirit of prairie md mountain It will do you to see It It has no liko in annals of amusements CHURCH MATTERS Rev C J Sipplo of this county Is pastor of tho East Bernstadt Methodist churchDr F Vaughan was returned to Somerset by the Methodist Conferen at Middleaboro Rev W E Arnold twice pastor of the Methodist church here has been made presiding elder of the Moysvil 100 persons signified their In tcntlon of joining church at a union re vival meeting which opened in the court house yard at Now Castle The movement at Owcnsboro looking to tho uniting of tho Fredericastrc Presbyterian and the Cumberland Pre byterian churches has failed Tho revival of the Christian church at Nortonville resulted in 60 additions to tho church Rev S M Bernard formerly of Louisville held the mee IngThe Christian church at Harlan Court House was dedicated Sunday Elds J C Elliott of Sulphur and J W Mai ten of Corbin assisted in the dedtci tory services A communion set presented to tho Congressional Church of Princeton Mass in 17G7 has just been found In a deep closet under the church orgar The closet had not been used for near ly 100 years The pastors subject for next Sunda morning at tho Presbyterian church will bo Secrets of Happy Homo Lift What Have You to do With ItT It- of Is the greatest importance for all old md young to know tho things that Go has revealed to direct cur lives in the making of a home that is the type oC the heavenly For this life to which vc are called A cordial welcome to all The revival at the Christian chute Continues with increased interest and attendance The house is crowded at nth service and frequently number are turned away for want of room Evangelist Barnes ia delivering pow irful sermons to rapt audiences which is bearing fruit in a number of con ess ions The song service is especially beautiful and Prof Leigh Is the sub oct of much praise Somerset Journal NEWS NOTES The capacity of the Atlantic cable 300000000 words annually Only 25 KWOOO aro sent Four people wore killed and 20 Injured In a wreck on tho Yazoo and Miss ssippi Valley railroad H H Smith father of Gov Hok Smith of Georgia and a well known ducator died at his home in Atlanta An attempt to assassinate Gov Fort of New Jersey was thwarted by the watchfulness of post oflice employes who discovered in the mails an inferno machine addressed to the Governor Whisky and other liquors must have ago and natural color or bo labellei imitation according to the decision or Judge Humphrey in the United tales District Court at Springfield At a baptizing near Murray and in the presence of 100 people Fred and Victor Jones sons of Poko Jones shot and killed Will Lewis The trouble rose over Lewis keeping company with a young woman to which Victor Jones objected Suit was filed at Jackson by Mrs Evelyn Hogg daughter of tho pate udgo James Hargis against her mother seeking to have the department tore at Jackson and all other HargU state property placed in tho hands of receiverA from Newton N C says that a sensational murder was committed when Miss Willie Bullinger aged 1J was stabbed to death by Lon tadcr 21 The girl was seated at the organ playing tho cloain g hymn at Sunday school when suddehly Rader leaped across several benches and with his pocket knife stabbed her once in the back and twice in tho breast She died most instantly Rader was arrested and is now in the Newton jail Some oaths ago ho was committed to the State asylum and in his ravings often mentioned Miss Bullingors name Re ently ho was discharged from the hospital as cured In jail later Rader said he had killed the girl because she was a witch Hpw to get Strong P J Daly of 1S47 W Congress St biaago tells of a way to become strona He says My mother who is- old and was very feeble Is deriving 10 much benefit from Electric Bitters thllt I feel its my duty to tell those who need a tonic and strengthening medicine about iU In my mothers caso a marked gala in flesh bas ro ulted Insomnia bas peon overcome and she is steadily growing strong r Eleclrlo Bitters quickly remedy loraach liver and kidney complaints old under guarantee at Penny a Drug Store Soc HUSTONVILLE James P Givens of Cisco died last week of stomach TuxasI leaves many friends and relatl this locality where he was rals dand educatedLittle Miss Francis L Depp enter tamed 20 of her friends at a lawn party on Friday to meet Miss Martha Al- bright All had a merry time long to be rememberedC has bought the M5acre tract of land near new Bethel church from Isaac Halde for 2500 There a tine body of timber on the place which Mr Sipplo will put on the market Uriah Dunn left this week for Barn well S C with a carload of good Kentucky horses for that market GII Cowan sold George Cox of Jonesbor Tenn a splendid gelding by Dignity Dare for J300 All singers and members of the OIble Training Class are requested to meet at the Christian church Saturday at 4 r M to thoroughly organize for Sunday school and choir work in the church Dont fail to attend Rev A B Miracle has sold Thomas Meadows 151 acres oft his home tract at 15 possession to be given soon He also sold John Douglass and Fount Prh It five acres Tom Yocum 15 acres and Sam Yocum 151 acres at an averag if 850 In addition to the line of splendl blue grass farms in this county Wil llama Co have secured a short time option on 35 tracts near Ponca City Okla and on 10000 acres near How ton and Brownsville Tex Call and Iet lamphleta and full description of grea bargains in fine producing lands Rue Spraglns our efficient telephone nanager was found on the road side beneath a telephone pole by T G Tup nan just before dark Saturday In loing some work on the pole as it lay on the hillside it tilted toward him atching his foot and ankle In such a nanner that ho could not release him aelf and would have stayed there all night doubtless but for Mr Tupman Mrs Prudence Shewmnker of More land is visiting Mrs Mat Engleman at It Salem T Hood Engleman ot ulesburg Col after a weeks visit to- his mother at Shelby City is with his rother Mat Engleman lie is operator and cashier for the Union Pacific at Julesburg and has not had a vacation for some years G Cloyd Johnson and wife of Pona Okla aro visit- Ing their relatives Mr and Mrs F M owell Mrs A J Adams was painfully injured by falling down stairs at- her home this week Miss Susie Frye of Lexington is visiting her cousins the Misses Edrington IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES In a suburb of Corbin George Mobley shot Tom Bartons brains out with a 5caliber pistol It is alleged that a woman is at the bottom of the case While hunting wild turkeys on the main branch of Stinking Creek in Knox county Columbus Taylor ehot and killed his nephew Will Taylor mis eking him for a turkey Hiram Glass of Winchester is in possession of a porcupine which he captured in Jackson county on the Laurel Fork of Rockcastlo river It was on- tho farm of John Summers and is supposed to havo escaped from a show at McKee about three years ago Tho following is sent from Ilarrods uuilt While gathering eggs in a barn loft Miss Ella Murrah heard the chirp of young chickens She began asearch tor them and after moving hay found a nest full of young chickens that had bocn hatched without the aid of a hen Tho harvest hands had unloaded some hay on a nest of eggs and the warmth trom the hay had hatched the chickens Tho chickens are growing nicely A Paying Investment Mr John White of 38 Highland Ave oulton Maine says Have been oubled with a cough every winter am prlng Last Winter I tried many ad jrtlsed remedies but tho cough continued until I bought a 60c bottle of- Dr Kings NewDlscovery before that WIlS half gone tho cough was all gone This Winter the same happy result has lonowed a few doses once more ban Ished the qnmml cough I am now convinced that Dr Kings New Die covory is the best of all cough and lung remedies Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60o and 1 Trial bottle fr- eesThe yearly subscription to any Ma nlla dally newspaper is 12 When Trifles Become Troubles It any person suspects that their Idneys are deranged they should take aleys Kidney Remedy at once and not risk having Brighta disease or labetea Delay gives the disease a Tonger foothold and you should not pelay taking Foieys Kidney Remedy New Stanford Drug Co flLL Wool I Fit Style 1 Is What You Get When You Buy a= Mart schafhier I Marx sun a Z Our Fall Line Is Upt = Date and Complete Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY SEND ijE A BOX TODAY No need to ask any Iwoman if she likes Candy if you buy the kind we sellTo please her and to prove your discriminating taste be sure the name on the box is Lowneys era PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadwaywe are obliged to seek a now location To avoid the great expense and risk of taking down loading hauling and resetting in the new show room we propose erecting we offer the largest as sortment of Cemetery work ever assembled iu Central Kentucky 80 Monuments J 28 Headstones 85 Markers at most attractive prices Persons who may wish to purchase later in the year could order now and have their work reserved for future delivery Wm Adams SX Son 142 North Broadway Lexington Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WfiY TO U TRANSFER MONEY t IlaV LONG DISTANCE TELEPHOUE FOR RTES APPLY Tl LtiGAL NfANAbER EAST jt TENNESSEE TELEPHOJlECOMPANYi IMCa1ICMna The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON W L MCARTY Ii n candidate for Bherlfl ot Lincoln coun tie subject to tbe action ot the detuocrntli party M S BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to tbe action of the democrat party JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln county object to the action of the Democrat party M BRUCE Is a eabdldateforjnllerofUncolncounty object to the action ot the par 7 JAME C HAYS is a candidate for japer of Lincoln county subject to tbe action of the IXjmocratli party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomlna Lion for Jailor of Lincoln county subject tt tbe Action of the democratic party D C ALLEN ii a candidate for Aisestor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democrats party t J W FOLEY lift candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to theactlon of the idemocratli party r DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska l For Vice President John Worth Kern of Indiana J For Congress to HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county For County Judge t John Sam Owiley Jr For Jailer t ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE TUG United States Circuit Court of Appeals in a decision handed down at Richmond Va sustained the opinion of Judge J C Pritchard in the case of the Fleischmann Company and others against the South Carolina Dispensary Commission holding in effect that a State cannot conduct liquor traffic that being a private business WE are In receipt of a copy of the minutes of the Kentucky Press Associa Lion W V Richardson of the Danville Advocate secretary It is a booklet of 50odd pages fined with the doings of the meeting at Cerulean Springs last June and is of much interest to the press boys It is also a typographical beauty MR KERN the democratic vice pres- Idential nominee was given a great ovation at the State Fair Louisville where he spoke Wednesday His speech was nonpartisan and a very able effort Mr Kern made many warm friends during his short sojourn in the Falls City TilE Republicans were victorious in the Maine election Monday but their Irplurality was cut to less than 10000 All four Republican candidates for Con gress were elected and the Leglslature is Republican IT is announced that President Roosevelt is take the stump for Taft Ted dy has had his ear to the ground and finds that his man Friday is in great dangerof defeat ONLY 464 Socialists voted in the late- Vermont election At that rate it will be a long time before that socalled r par ycan get on the ballot except by petition A NEW YORK pastor has refused tot accept an increase of 500 in his salary He will be tried for lunacy- POLITICAL Thomas M Taylor has been appointed Postmaster at Hidalgo Wayne coun ty Connecticut Democrats in State Con vention at Hartford nominated Judge A Heatou Robertson of New Haven for Governor Lieut Gov Lewis Stuyvesant Chanter was nominated by the democratic State convention for governor of New York The nomination was by acclamation William J Bryan spoke in Baltimore- to a crowd conservatively estimated at more than 27000 and received an ova tion the like of which was seldom seen in that city Gov Charles E Hughes was renom inated on the first ballot by the New York Republican Convention in session at Saratoga Gov Hughes received 827 votes 151 for James W Wads worth Jrtand 31 for former Congress man 1 The situation in the Eighth Congressional district is all that could be desired from a Democratic viewpoint and everything indicates the return to HarveyHelmoler Judge Jiethurum of Rock castle county his Republican opponent says a Shelby ville dispatch i r J MDDLXBURG James Winfrey will move to hla farm near Boyle in a few weeks Mr Win frey in a mighty good citizen and we re Bret to part with him but when Jim takes a notion to do a thing he does It The Yosemite people are working tho roada lthln the corporate limits in way that will require but little work In the future They have ditched and graded them and are now putting on aI thick coat of the very best river grave which will last for years Rev Andrew Taylor of Durnsldc held a 12 days meeting with Calvar Baptistchurch Some 40 persons were added to the membership Rev Taylor seems to have done a little proselyting as several members of the Mt Olive Christian church joined him On account of the dullness of a review lesson the Baptist Sunday school huladopted a special program for next Sunday to take its place The lives of Samuel David and Jonathan and the mistakes of Saul are the subjects that willlbe discussed and they have been assigned to different members of the graded school question is being discussed at length here The great National contest seems to have beet lost sight of entirely as one hears nothing but graded school A vote will be taken on the question Oct 3 when a high old time is expected We are counseling moderation and hop there will no cause for calling out the militia Mrs Ella K Davis wife of Georg Davis died Thursday afternoon at her home on the Liberty pike She was about 45 years old and a member of the Christian church She is survived by her husband and six children Rev J Q Montgomery conducted the funera services at Green river church after which the remains were laid to rest In the cemetery adjoining Mr and Mrs Miller of KIngsville the aged parents of Mrs Laura Lee were here Sunday to see little Frank Lee who is quite sick Capt A B Williams has broken up housekeeping at Yosemite and gone to live with his son inlaw R M Sharp The captain has gotten to be quite feeble and deaf and his children thought it best for him to break up John Black has returns from a visit to his father in Kansas and is boarding with Mine Host Chris ROle ers at Yosemite MATRIMONIAL Alfred Beazley and Miss Lizzie Wilson were made one here on the 15th Rev H E Rosenberry aged 31 and Miss Carrie Mastin 15 eloped from Wilmore to Chattanooga to bo mad one The groom is from Mason coun ty Mr and Mrs S J Embry Sr who will have been married 50 years on Sept 28 will celebrate their goldei wedding Invitations have been issued for their friends to gather at their home from 3 to 7 PI on the above dateJoseph Thompson and Miss Olga Cum- mins both of the Preachersville sec tion were married yesterday at the home of the brides father Mr W 11 Cummins Tho bride is a handsome and popular young woman while th groom is one of the East Ends best and most industrious young men The Bowling Green TimesJourna says the marriage of Dr L G Single ton to Miss Temple D Potter was a quiet but elegant affair Dr J S Dill of the First Baptist church officiated after which the doctor and bride left for Chattanooga for a brief stay Dr Singleton is a brother of Supt Garlanc Singleton of this place At the suburban home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Mitchel Taylor Miss Grace Taylor was united in marriage to Mr Arthur G Colburn the ceremony being performed by Dr E H Pearce in the presence of near rela tives of the bride and a few invited guests The bride is a young woman of many graces of character and person and has won for herself a host of de voted friends and admirers during her residence in this city while the groom is a prominent young business man of CincinnatiAdvocatoA grade truly flavored amber colored cup of Icoffei can be had and without the real Coffee danger or damage to healthby simply using Dr Shoops new substi tute called Health Coffee Pure wholesome toasted cereals malt nuts etc make Dr Shoops Health Coffee both healthful and satisfying No 20 to 30 minutes tedious boiling Made In a minute says Dr Shoop If served as coffee its taste will oven trick an expert Test it and see Pennys Drug Store The jury returned a verdict of guilty in the case of Henry Poison charged with the murder of Mrs Julia Brown in Clinton county and gave him a life sen tence His first trial resulted in a death sentence but was reversed by the Court of Appeals and a new trial ordered Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar affords ira negate relief to a thma sufferers in the worst stages and if taken in time will effect a cure New Stanford Drug Co When they teW Brother Dfckey abou the WeatentfaMa who had built a mon ument to the devil he said Dats a wise man in his day an time Wenever we knows fer certain dt we gwlne straight tor do devil de bes tlng we kin do is ter keep on good terms wid him fo we Kits dar Dati only good politics lAtlanta Constitution A Sureenough Knocker J OyGoodwln of Reldsville N C says Bucklcns Arnica Salvo is a sureenough knocker for ulcers A bad one canto on my leg last Summer but that wonderful salvo knocked It out in a few rounds Not oven a scat remained It Guaranteed for piles sores burns etc 25c at Penny Drug Store ils your eon derelict in his studies Mrs Comeup T Yes indeed ho is and it makes us so proud of the dear boy to have all the teachers say so They Take The Kinks Out I have used Dr Kings New Llfi Pills for many years with increasing satisfaction They take the kinks out of stomach liver and bowels wlthou fuss or friction It says N II Brown of Pittsfield Vt Guaranteed sails factory at Pennys Drug Store 25c A iublic health officer has found enough bacteria In the mouthpiece of a London telephone to kill a guinea pig in three days About 300 union coal miners employ ed in the Wooldridge mines at Jcllico Tenn have gone out on a strike John Miles a Negro was lynched at Batchelor La He was accused of shoooting u storekeeper- December wheat went 109 in New York Wednesday PUBLIC SALE I At Llnnletta Park Junction City Kvof furniture HATUHDAY8EP RIA beginning promptly at I oclock P MI will sell to the highest bid dor the entire lot of hotel furnishings cou silting of chair tablet trade bed clothing dressers Chinaware kitchen ware and In fact everything once used In laid hotel alii iharei stock In Crab Orchard Banking Uo bushel teed rye to plow and corn teller ltememtier day BnturUny tieptGo thoI JAB l 8IIKLUY Admr John W Hhelby Public Sale- of Real Estate We will tell at public outcry on SATURDAY DOT II about SSOocrei of Dlx River bottom land Thli land It within one mile of tbe town 01 Urab Orchard About acre well timber ed Laud will be told In Iwrcell tosuit pur chasers and atn whole Male will be made to suit purchaser Termi eal and rind known on nay tale For Information call on or address A Addami Crab Orch ard yor W S Dumb Htnnford Ky JOHN BUCIIANANHIIKHCrab Notice of Election I Lincoln County Fiscal Court held April lion J H Owiley Jr Pretldlng with tbe following Juitlcet of Peace U HAd null W M Uuddernr James ale Kechnle and J T Ilobcrtt It wai moved by Justice W M IHidderni aud teconded by Justice Jamei McKecbnli that the action be taken by thli court The grandJury of Lincoln county a i its February term of the Llncolt circuit court having recommended a now court house for Lincoln county and It ap peering to the satisfaction of his court thai the court house now In use Is unsafe and Inadequate for the public convenIence and the prvtervatlou of the public records It Ii ordered and adjudged turn of Tint ty lire SUuuxn thouund dollar be tug getted at the turn necessary to build a new courthouse and It U further ordered an election be held and a poll opened at the teveral preclncttln Lincoln county on Tuesday November 8 1H8 the day orate next eneratelectlonat which the appropriation above tuggei ted shall botubmltted to the voter of Lincoln county for their approval orrejection The Sheriff of Lincoln county It directed to odvertlte said election for at least thirty dayt next before tbe day thereof In the IMTRUIOH JOCHKAI newtpapor being the only newt paper published In LIncoln and the OUlCetl of said election are diroctetl to hold the election between the tame hours that They are required to hold elections for county offlcem which election thall In held ind conducted In all respects at required by the general election lawt In force In this state at the time the tame Is held The clerk of the Lincoln county court hall cauie to be printed on the official bal ott to be used in said election the words and tlgurei Are you In favor of an ap iro of Thirty nve Tbouiand dollan or building a new courthouie for Lincoln ounty and have two spaces upon the Ight of lame one for voters favoring tbe ipproprlatlon to bedcilgnated by the word yel one for voters opposing tbe as- rnprlatlonto be designated by the word No and laid clerk shall prepare acid bal otH in all other respects as required by sec- tlon of the Kentucky Statutes In the vent that the requisite number of legal otertnl Lincoln county vote In favor of aid appropriation It It ordered that this court cause of Lincoln county to tbe amount of thirty live thousand dollar to be prepared executed and Issued on printed torsos the teal of the county to be signed by tbe presiding Judge of the Lincoln county court and counter signed by the clerk of said court payable to bearer at Lincoln County Rank of Stanford Ky which bonds shall not bear a Interest than tour entparable temlannually at Lincolln- ounty Sank of Stanford Ky and Interest coupons shall be attached to old bonds signed by the clerk of the Lincoln county court said bondllbaU be Issued In three 8 series towltl Merles A Herbs Band Series O8erles A embracing ten thousand dollars of said bonds shall con lilt ot O bonds for the turn of live hundred SoW dollars each and numbered one o20 Herlet H nmoroclng ten thousand ollari of said bonds thnll consist of O wads for tbe sum of five hundred dollars each and numbered from 21 to 40 and Ho tea O ombraclng fifteen thousand dol an of said bonds consist of bond of Site hundred dollars each and numbered from to 70 The bonds umbrnctxl In litrIesAiilinll be redeemable at the pleat iroof the court In and after toveu years rom the date of their Issue find shall bo due and payable 10 year from said nnd tho bonds embraced In series H ball Iw redeemable the pleasure of the court on and after 10 years from tbe date ot their ssue and dun and payable IB yuan troth the aid date and the In series U shall be redeemable at the pleasure of the court on and after 15 years from the dnte ot their Issue and due and payable ears rum the said date which bond shah not boor a greater rate of Interest than four m per cent yablelemlannually at Lincoln Oounty National hank otbitanfoniKyandn- terestcoupons shall attached to said ends signed by the clerk of the Lincoln ounty court Attest a B OOOPKR Clerk The Truth Every person in this city who it suffering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durggwts sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE MtKINNEY MARlLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs t Harris Prors Donlort In end manufacturers of Oranlt and Marble Monuments KlntClaii Work at Renionable Prices Onir and Works McKlnney Ky Shop closed on Saturday Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured Hy Zcmo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or 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 n tailor ot ex Then your clolheswhethcrnlou- price business suit or the lineal evening clothe will have that Individuality and n which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure will also take your menu ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Fell and Winter tarn plea on hand ready for your Inspection 110 RUPLKVThe Tailor Stanford Ky FirstClassBuggy Painting Phone G MEDAIRY McKINNKVKV Adorinas Fox Ii n handsome large young Jersey null de icended from n and unbroken line o the must noted bulls and cows on the Island of Jersey England and America lift lire U one nt the licit bulls ever and lilt dam Is a show cow that has given M teaeveIIkebegetssome Ancestor and have a goot cow you should avail yourself ot tilt set vice will bo allowed to terra a limited number ot approved registered cows out aide of our own herd this year for n ol tarach Make engagement before tending cow to be bred II AOTTBK Telephone so Htanford K- yNIIWe have to otter three extra choice bull calves that will be sold lit right pri- cesCONCRETING We are In Itlontodnalktnda of concreting such at llloak Work Pavements and In tact we can make any hlng from a house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee firstclass work and material Uall and get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Cough Caution XereritOBlUrelyneTerpolionrourltmn Ifyou eouz should a yshuwtheheadrhIZTtIted bron tidal tube Dons blindly suppress u stupefying poison Itiitrancabow m thloft finally tame about For twenty yean Dr fiboop bat COI1IIID1J wand peoPit n to take lOuzb mixtures or prescriptions stamina Opium Chloroform or similar poltoos And nows iitUe UU though Conireis 171MruUton theUbrl II lint In our Good VeryfoodlllltreafurforthUTeirreuonnotben and others should imiston Couth Cure No poltoo marks on Dr Bhoopt labelsand neneln the medicine tin It miu law be on th Libel And its not only safe but It It tald to ba by bOIl that know tt bert a trnlr re markable couch remedy Take no chine then particularly with your children Imlit on hiring Bboopt Coatn Cure Compare carefully the Dr Bhoop pawn with other and note the difference Nc potion marks there You caa always be on the sate ilde by dtmandloc Dr Shoops Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STORE PUBLIC SALE listing recently sold my fine Blue brass farm and In view of prospective Induce ment elsewhere I will on TIUIIHI AYHKPT J4TJI sell all ot my property In this county which Is more definitely described below A KINK VIoUIUNO Mil of barrel capacity which I have recently refitted with the latest Improvc machiller from basement to garret Maid mill la lull of the lest wheat I have been able to buy since I have been In the milling bust nest Mill It run by steam and has an abundant supply of water Also a com modloui neceisa Dwellingiswlthln75orluJyards of mill The house conttdns rooms eon venlently arranged with buck porch con crete and concrete cellar A No good cis tern In buck and well In the kitchen and all necessary outbuildings Property situated at McKinney on the Q A U rail road amalnthorougnfaro from the North toHouthlomlles Houthof Dunvlllo and Hi mllei North of Somerset and one of the belt markets In tho world for feed of all kinds with asidlng trbm road running to mil door This is your opportunity to secure a good Roller at a My twrson ally consists of 40 good 1year old cattle weight 11W or 12I ounds or 0 milk cows and calve 86 good yearlings some nice young yeiiroldi by such Ilorseaas lrotf Lout Cheater Oblet coil lain bruno one Roodi gentle family mare 7 yean old a nice large brood mares In foal to lacks 3 or pair of work soulpsandmulti- olta60or75Smogsow and plgvand sonic cheep All of my farming Implements com posed of n McCormlck Hinder Mowing lachlne UIIY nake r new Wbeat IIrlll second hand hat baler ISnoresof corn to 1Ao0 straw rlcklISale will be at the form 9yy mllei from McKlnney on the Stanford A Hustonvllle plko Parties desiring to look at mill property can get off train at McKlnney and I ur one ol my sons will take In bow- Ing them through tbe plant mid take curt of you while here Parties desiring to attend ale wlil notify us one or two will before heir coming and conveyance fur nished fleet Durgooandlast but not least dar nine Will alto tell two small tracts of knob land and a spotted pony Pony It good and Hale will begin at 0 sharp- TBILMHMade known on day of sate PossessionIllgQIIJ Ky rapt T V English Auctioneer LRDI r SHOES t i f We are ready now to show you ar veri I beautiful line of Womens Fine1Shoes iI Black ViciM i Patent Leather Ligljt I aijd Dark Tan 1 in both Blucher and Button The very est toes and heels They are indeed the righff things and right prices at tV r309 350 and 400t J per pair in the regular or extra high scallop ed topiH J McROBERTSI STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO L f Surplus 33330OO ft s Resources 34000000 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER tJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER H C jDIREOTORS ty J B Owdey Stanford S IL Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John P Cub TraylorGilberts v H Cummins Prcacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts CreektJfiirst Tfcttional tank Stanford Jty Organized 882 Capital Stock fSOOOO e Surplut and ItndfoMid Profits tJ000 Fiat paid in Dividends Inc Oryanixaton S2Jf 500 fnoiio 9etff jfeeounts an Our Wjerils 41 OFFICERS DIRECTORS tii iN p 1 S liocker PresidentF Reid J H Baughman S VlcePresidentM D Elmore J M Peltni CummlniJohn 11kJ VVSaundersBookkeeper C E Tate Summer Vacation Trips J VIA QUEENCRESCENTROUTE Tllt Lake Seaside and Mountain esostc Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale rIf you Intend taking a trip tin out WanJi an j mall tce lufontuiKM H C KINO C P A lOl East Mn2u 5 LcJr too Name r l Address p t Destinatio- nS If 1 itThelnterir Journal SEIT 18 190 8 INEW assortment of local view poi t Pennys Drug Btore PERSONALS DR E J BnowN was at Plnevllk yesterday MRS It 0 WILKINSON continues very sick Miss ADDIS MCCLARY Is visiting I LouisvilleIMR Ing friends hero JAY FREEMAN and wife spent Bever days in Louisville JUDGE J S OWSLEY JR spent yes ttrday in Louisville MESSRS E D Pennington and II C Rupley are in Louisville It MR J S UICE and wife are visiting f her mother et Cave City MRS S D HARTLEY joined her hut band in Loulevilloruesday CLARENCE WITHERS is over from Lexington with the hotncfolks Miss SALUE DUDDERAH loft Wednes a y day to visit friends in Louisville DR J G CARPENTER is at PInovllle a witness in the Cooper murder cases MR W G KOUTON of the Waynes burg section is threateded with fever I MISSES ANNIE AND MARY PHILLIPS are ft Louisvlllo buying millinery goods MESDAMES T D RANEY and W n Brady spent several days In Louisville MIss LEWA C STAFFORD of Star ford Pa was with Miss Ella May SaundersJ of the Gilberts Creek section is back from a visit to relatives in SIIELnY of Area dla It is with her slater Mrs P M McRobertsMiss Buncil leaves Saturday for Northampton Mass to teach the oral system 4ED C GAINES of Lancaster was r Tuesday en route to the State 1 Fair at Louisville Miss MARY MODLEY is visiting Mrs Eliza 0 Flowers In Louisville She will visit rclaslvcs at Boston J CARL McIIgE is now down with ty phold fever making the fourthmember of the that has been so unfor tunatoIliON A G PATTERSON of Pinevllle I democratic nominee for Congress In thoI 11th district was hero this week returning from AdairIMRS S J HELL has had the follow Ins guests Mesdamea I C Brown and Marcus Helm of Doyle W D Smith- and Ed Polly and son of Dunnville WILL STONE and wife S II Al dridgo and wife Neeley Stone and wlfo and W II Underwood were among those who went to the State Fair yes following from here attended the State fair at Louisville J C Lynnc J J II Woods W H Brady Lee Rup ley J E Bruce E T Pence E P Woods K T Bruce Hays Foster Marti i JshaU Stone Sam Embry Morgan Benz Icy and othenI1CHARLES KEDD of Crab Orchard via of W R Dllllon Maurice Givens of Pittsburg will leave Thursday for New Uaven j where ho Is a senior In the bhottiekl t Scientific School of Yale University Maurice has mado a that has done him and his county greats credit Knowing him as wo do we feel assured that ho will be one of tho best high etand men of the class of 1909 London Democrat LOCALSrSEED Ryo for sale J II Baugh man Co LADIES be sure read H lUgs gins ad of this issue IPECKS Bad Boy at Waltons Opera Thursday night Sept 24 WANTED to sell a cane mill anil evap orator D M Anderson Stanford LOST Waterman Futain PenB Return to Wm Severance for reward t GET close to nature ndkeep well e r Crab Orchard water should bo kept in every homo SATURDAY Sept 26 Is the last day for filing claims against the county of Lincoln George B Cooper county clerk SEE the splendid Webber wagon on sale at Coffey Bishops store Moroa land Best farm and road wagon made to MJ I WILL continue to make photos at my residence In Darsttown East Stan ford at 50c per dozen cash with order Frank Cordicr r VEHICLES AT COSTJ L McKeo of RlfTo of Hustonvllle Is offering his sample stock of vehicles of all kinds at absolute cost Now is your chance to a ILINCOLNf a move on themselves and begin to or ganizo the county If anything hasn been done in that line so far we not heard of ftt1TuE Bad Cowhlch fJwas to have held the bonniest Waltons House next Thursday night 24th has concelled its date and willptay hero later in the season IL F JUST received a car of American W a Yen Wire Fence WI E Perk 1M Crab Orchard Ky IIIdueCarter collector READ tho big display advertlscnrai t of Cummins k Wearen which appear on our first page Ii WARD off the fever by mlngi OrchardSlored died Wednesday after a protract Icd Illness Tho burial occurred at Lex- Ington alDo not be Imposed onThere ar imitations and adulterated water and salta on the market Whites Dlamon d Brand 2s the genuine THE Crab Orchard Graded Schoo taxes are duo If not paid by Oct 1 B penalty of 6 per cent will be added M M Perkins treasurer and collector TilE Cloyd farm of 365 acres in the West End was sold at auction Tuesday and bought by George L Carpenter at 65 The price is considered a ver fair one MR J M PETTUS is having ll Springfield Lumber Co build a g eight room dwelling on his farm Iii brother Joe F Pcttus is manager o the above company Gov LUKE P NUURNoften saidI that he did not believe any ono who used Crab Orchard water regularly would ever have typhoid fever Whites Diamond Brand at all drug stores THERR will be a box supper at the Graded School building Kingsvllle Sat urday night Sept 19 The proceo will go to the library of the Grade- School at that place The public is in voted We thattho largest crowd seen in Stanford for many years will be here next Monday ty see Miller Bros great 101 Ranch Show It Is the bes Wild West show on the read and yo should not miss it Punic SPEAKING W P Kimball Congressman from the 7th die trict will speak at the court house here Monday morning at 10 oclock in the interest of the democratic ticket He is a pleasing speaker and a good crowd should hear him THE Baptist church at Crab Orchard will havo an all day meeting and grand rally on Sunday Sept 27 There will e preaching both morning and afternoon Plenty of dinner will be furnish ed on the ground by the ladies of the church Church roll will be called A collection will be taken tho proceeds- of which will be applied to tho repair of tho church A general invitation is extended BADLY HURT aged Tim MI Pennlngton who was visiting relatives aL Somerset was badly hurt In a run way accident Tuesday A message from his bedside yesterday morning gave the news that he Is still unconscious butI seemingly some stronger Dr Tim W Pennington and Miss Amanda Goggin are at hU bedside Ills many friends here hope to hear good news from the splendid old gentleman today WeI were unable to get the particulars of the runaway THE rink Danville was for opened last Saturday night more people attending Many Stan lord people attended and were high in their praises of the delightful time The Danville rink will be open on Saturday night of this week A first class brass band will furnish the music and all who attend wil have a big time It is understood that a largo number of Stanford people will drive over and enjoy the merry rouund of pleasure Hustonvlllo Is also billed to a delegation OLD DEMOCRATMr James Dudde rar who recently celebrated his 88th birthday is the oldest democrat in Lln coin county and probably the oldest man Ho cast his first vote in 1842 for George Alfred Caldwell for congress and he has been voting the democratic ticket since In that race Mr Caldwell ran against Bryant Y Owsley and Frank Stone both ofwhom wore Whigs Dudderar is a red hot Bryan man nd Ilk other good judges thinks the Commoner will be elected It ho lives voto for him which wo hope ho will ho will have voted at 66 regular elections Who can bent his record HURT IN RUNAWAY Mr George C Givens was badly injured by his team mules running off aa he was going home Wednesday afternoon Tho an- Imals began running aa they wero do standing the Embry hill and Mr Givens was thrown out with much force large gashes were cut in the back his head and a slight concussion of ho brain was caused Ills condition is serious but the shock almost shat cred his nerves Tho mules continued o run and smashing Into a buggy con raining Mrs Alden RIgney and daughter two wheels wore taken off the vo ilcle and the occupants were hurled out They both sustained cuts And brutaea but are not dangerously wounded MB J H COLLIER cpalified M ad tniflhtrator of Samuel Lindsay gears day THE enterprising merchants Coeii fag True of McKirmay are prepay- Ing to enlarge their already big store DR ED S ALCORN assignee haa sold the stock of goods at MllledRevlll e owned by the late F R Compton to Jerry Briscoe who Is now Milledge villas only merchant FOR SALEMy splendidly improve farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonvill pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phoneme A J Rico Stanford Ky s DONT fall to hear lion W Pres Kimball of Lexington at the court house Monday morning next at 10 o clock Ho Is not only one of the best democrats but one pf the best speakers In the State t CALL on E T cocawhenyou want the best there is on the market He ia headquarters for Old Hickory wagons Hoosicr Drills of all kinds and has just received a full line of field s eds timothy clover etc Globo Swifts yoyU a 0 has them oWATER WATER teverywhere and nor a drop to drink The first state hordefon so scarce at the water works here that it U turned on only from to 7 in th morning and irom 5 to 61n tho after noon Thus it will be seen that It hooves our people to be as saving a possible with water or the supply maybe exhausted entirely It also behooves as to be careful about fires Should one occur now we would be almost com flamesdAT a meeting of the Board of Direc tort of the Stanford Water Light Ice Co on the 14th day of September 1908 the following order was adopted Whereas the of water in the contpoolsuhave recently been emptied and cleaned for the purpose of furnishing pure water to customers it is now ordered that all sprinkling of lawns and streets shall Immediately cease and any one who shall after thia date use the water for sprinkling shall have his supply cut off entirely The water must be preserved for domestic and fire purposes until suf ficient rain falls to renew the sources GILBERTS CREEKlt is very dry and hot and crops are short John Holtz claw had a good mule to break his leg and a very valuable horse to kill him self W H Traylor has had consider able work done on his farm this year Born to the wife of Ivon W Flab a nlnopound boy Will Holtzclaw and brother are cutting their large cropof hemp It is verY good considering the drouth Mrs Jim Stanley is improving we are glad to state George Luns ford and family of Rowland have been visiting relatives here R C Dudder ar and family visited Leo Holtzclaw Oz Reynolds of Cincinnati and broth er Oscar Reynolds of Waynesburg have been visiting John Moser PROGRAM Teachers Association Ed ucatlonal Division No3 at the Chris tian church Kingsvllle at 10 A M Saturday Oct 3 Song Devotional Exercises Song The Teachers Mis slonE G Gilliland Advantages of a High School Education Prof J W Ireland RecitationMiss Grace Thomp son The Trustees Relation to the Pub lic SchoolsDr J W Acton Teaching Arithmetic to Beginners Mrs Caleb Newell RecitationMiss Eva Leach Good Qrder How to Secure ItCyrus Johnson Noon Dinner on the grounds Song Debate Resolved that all teachers should be required to attend some Normal School of good standing for at least six weeks of each year Affirm atlveJ A Hayes Fannie Young Leslie Anderson Negative T D Lay Maude Hatfield Caleb Newell The New School LawSupt G Singleton Grading of Country Schools Miss Ora Williams Some Things a Teacher Should Know That are not Required by LawCornelius Ware Recitation Miss Eliza Thompson All subjects will be open for discussion Each speaker is expected to be fully prepared Dinner will bo furnished by the ladies of Kings ville A good and profitable meeting assured The public is invited and all school trustees aro requested to be present Leslie Anderson president Miss Ora Williams secretary Rev Edge of Jackson bolding a series of services at the Baptist church at Pleasant Point Rev Edge is a splendid preacher and there have been several additions to the church during the past services Belfeving they have two highway robbers rounded up in a cornfield five miles from Paris armed farmers are guarding the IncloSure In the hope ot effecting their capture Forest fires South of Fort Francis Ont in the United States are sweep- Ing toward Canada Several large lands in Rainy Lake Bra In flames One man was killed several others were Injured and the country for miles around was shaken up by a powder explosion near McAlester Okla Thirtyone cases of cholera have been reported in Manila and the death record up to the present time ta 12 I Foleys Orino Laxative is a new remedy an Improvement on the laxatives of former years as it does not gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to take It is guaranteed New Stan ford DrogCo Good Farm for Rent I I desire to tans for the year Hon my good farm of 2T acre Bplendld hemp and corn orwrltetoBUnford Ky It F D No4 Good Farm For Sale j farmsImeroedon easy payment For further particulars write to or call on O T Ilohon bnnoaKy MASONS MEET mlelIn780oclockIr8trnalltlnI FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 cr aof good blue land lylmj one mile North of McKlnneyon nndlendnltAlso acre of tlmtwred land one mile plntorIngcrop J ACIIVKNHAgent McKlnnvy Ky For Sale Privately I elllItroomsmokehouse deeHtanford Ky 1aInalanaTUKBIIAY SEPTEMBER 22 sell to the highest bidder at the residence hornLnncasterontnrnplke iII one ycar old extra sugar plantation U1J8rllIlIt8t10n 51Wlastmules six years old hands I inch high welch HIX pounds well broken one mare pairhorse IIIhandgenUautomobile one good brood mare IS years old coltbysldeand In foal to jack 1hrolten to work tome yearling colts and tllllei a lot of two BOll year old miletrotters and combined n lot of broodmares and M had of extra feeding cattle will weigh over 1100 pounds n lot of good yearling steers some extra good milch cows one goat W good stock will weigh over loulbs good brood five stacks of timothy hay a lot of bnllPd- b811IO acres of corn to be Judged In the Held and some con be fed down 75 bushels of good seed wheat half Interest In ten nerve of tobacco 40000 tobacco ticks Hale to begin at u AI Ihr KrWOCT 1 1908 Auction Sale AT t JOHNSON FARM Danville Ky 35 Registered Jerseys Registered Po land China and Duroc Jersey bogs IS treed iinportedbullLtnebert Tormentor bull Also some fine young mulct one wean ling one yearling one two year old All these animals are grand Individual and the Jerseys are of the best Island nnd American breeding Catalogs reedy Sept lath Halo begins at oclock with the mules hogs then the cattle Address W W JOHNSON or K T QIMBKNUKIUIY Danville Ky ijc CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA SUNDAY SEPT 20 SPECIAL TRAIN tee Jaittion City 600 AM AtK TICKET AGENT PARTICUUrft ern Fall Skirts JJ I t We have just placed on sale our firstship ment of new Skirts We believe the 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 i Green Smoke Grey Navy and Black t 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 SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY r UNDERSHIRTS I In Blue Black Tan Green Etc Satteen and HeatherI bloom from 81 to 8250 In silk from 85 to 750 Our buyer haa spent the last week in the cities purchasing the choicest that the market holds AVe will soon have in stock an elegant line of Ladies Skirts Our buyer was assisted in selecting these by John P Jones Come in and inspect them and we know Mat you will be con vinced thht it is the prettiest line ever curried in Stanford That we are agents for International Tailoring and L Ei Hayes it Co Remember wo guarantee fit quality of goods and price A TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseISTANFORD KENTUCKY On FRIDAY SEPT 25 Mr Bluitt will be with us Andegive a demonstration of Heinzs Preserves Pickles Apple Butter c Mr Hutsel will also bo present representing The National Biscuit Cowith a full line of their goods Chase Sanborns coffee will be served during the day Ladies we want you all to mako your arrangements to bo with ua that day We Jire looking for you aoooogoo W H HIGGiNSSta- nford Kentucky Ir 1The Interior Journal MnteredinO Pal Ofee at Stanford weendaaes tr1P1- 7JILt1llDllD TUBSTJATS AMD THIDA = r AT 100 PER YEAR CAST when not so paid ILaa will be charged L tN TIME THBL No tl Houth llttl PlI No tl Houth 1J r x No 34 North ton A tL No2l North 118 p x JOS S RICE Agent BID CARTER New Llverv Depot StreetPhone 96 STANFORDKENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For the arrest nud conviction of any person doing Inlurylostocklntraveling the pub or blghwnYI or injury from the lands of reward reterstr- paet present rind future I also Oner apee- al reward of s for portlculRn see met J also oiler two special ol sand ieeachJOOnrpenter i A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the 0 wile Building 10 PERCENT CUT 1 In order to dieposeof my stock so I can conveniently enlarge mystore room I will give a cut of 10 percent on all goods for the next 30 daysG B Pruitt Moreland A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in cluding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Mm Phone 36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 I desire to sell privately my splendid lllue Dross Farm of acres situated In the Wet End ot Lincoln county one mile North of McKlnney Farm lies on splcndfd pike ns welt as on the Q h O llallroad It from Hustonvlllo end 8 milts from Htanford the county seat Form Is well Improved and has necessary buildings fenced and IIn abundance or water Convenient to schools nlld churches nnd especially convenient for traders and One of the Ixnt stock farms In Lincoln county All of the Innd Is product- Ive and a machine can lm run over every foot ol It About lOOacresincultlvatlonand thecropshowforltself acres are being prepared Fall For further JlllrUculftri addrtAA or clllI on 8M OWENH McKinney Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY i J C McClaryi a Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY v Office Phone Iff HoraeJPhone f FARMERS DEPARTMENT ESTRAYA white boar wCllfChltsit about 175 pounda H F Martin Tur neraville laS Rogers of Nicholas county sold to Pennsylvania parties 41 mules for 4600 FOR SALE76 stock owes and 40 feeding cattle A W Carpent Moreland Ky Josiah Bishop of Uustonville got third money in the brood mare ring at the State Fair A few Polled Angus bull calves subject to register for sale J W Baugh man Stanford Ky C C Cain sold his farm of 150 acres lying near Ansel to Lincoln Weddle for 3300 SomersJt Journal Poland China boar weighing about 200 pounds for sale Good one B W Gaines Stanford R F D No1 WANTED to pasture 25 or 30 head of cattle on the Estes farm near McKinney Apply to Albert Epperson McKinney Ky At a sale of Berkshire hogs at Van dalla Ill 60 head sold for 8739 an average of 174 The top price was 2500 fora yearling boar Night riders are said to bo organ- Izing in Northeastern Arkansas for the purpose of reducing the acreage of cotton and controlling the price Victoria Dare by Dignity Dare and owned by Josiah Bishop of Hustc rifle won in the ring for mares under four years old at the State fair defeat- Ing a big ring of good ones ESTRAYA barefooted bay mare with left eye out left my place two weeks ago Saturday Reward for information leading to her recover tfanford Reynolds Waynesburg FOR SALEPure seed Winter turf oats Made this season 50 bushels to the acre Seed rye and wheat samples jf which can be seen at Lincoln National Bank For prices write J M Reynolds Waynesburg Ky The splendid team of mules and a yearling mule in Harris Woods lot of show stock got hurt en route to Louisville and were not in condition to- be shown or else that firm would baveI nade a better record at tho State Fair For SaleWarrenwood the beautiful blue grass farm of 3SO acre wo miles from Danville Ky Elegant home second to none in Boyle county No railroad crossings between it nnd Danville where there are colleges forI both young men and young For particulars apply to Mrs Jean D Warren executrix of Wm Warren J H Baughman swept the deck In the mule rings at the State Fair Tuesday He won first and third in the ring for horse mule one year and under two first in mare mule ring two years and indcr three first in mare mule ring ono year and under two first in ring for marc mule under one year Harris i Woods got second and third ties in thing for horse mules two years and under three third in the ring for mare mule two years and under three second and third in mare mule ring one yea and under two second and third in ring for mare mules under one year OITENHEIM J P Chandler sold a good work horso- to Miss Katie Wentcheze for 100 G M Ballard was elected superintcn del1t of the Pine Grove Sunday School T F French who is an expert singer conducted the singing in the Sunda school at this place Sunday Richard Young who is driving team for T N Butt who is running saw mill near here says he is driving horse whose strength like Sampsons les in his hair He is going to shear his mane oft to keep him from breaking sing Ie trees and trace chains Mr E P Manuel attracted much attention last Sunday by wearing a der by hat to Sunday school as it was gift to him provided that he wore it- publicly on that day Some of his closest friends did not know him as he reo sembled a Cuban cigar maker Wm Boone Jr of Somerset has- been with relatives and friends here for- the last few days There is a good- joko going on Chas Enslin the mill- man After putting in the telephones they were testing them up and down- tho line and when they rang him up- and inquired who it was he responded by saying dis is me lady Adams and wife of Garrard visited his relatives in this section Saturday and Sunday Pettus Adams who- has been in several of the Western States for the last year is paying his mefolks a visit and is undecided whether to make this country his home or not Mrs Anne Cullman a German lady died and was buried in the cemetery at this place last Friday Its a pity when sick ones drug tho- stomach or stimulate the Heart and Indnoys That Is all wrong A weak Stomach means weak Stomach nerves- always And this Is alto true of the- Heart and Kidneys The weak nerves are instead crying out for help This explains why Dr Snoops Restorative is promptly helping Stomach Heart- and Kidney ailments The Restora tlvo reaches out for the actual cause of these ailments the falling Inside nervesIt Anyway last the Restors tlve 48 hours It wont cure so soon as that but you will surely know that- help is coming Sold by Penny Drug StoreJ Passed Examination SUOOIi1 fully Jamns Donahue New Britain CoBn writes I tried several kidney rvmo dies and was treated by our boat ph sedans for dfdbotea but did not 1m prove until I took Foleys 1dno1 Remedy After tho second bottle I showed improvement and five bottl s Icured me completely I have since a rigid examination for ute In suranco II Foleys Kidney Remedy cures backache and all forms of ki- no and bladder trouble Now Stan ford Drug Co A burglar entered the homo of Shelby Gish at Central City and ransack the house piled the silverware on a table and took a diamond pin from un der the pillow of Mrs Glsh As the burglar was passing into tho hall with his booty Miss Nettie Smith a member of the family snatched the diamond from his hand when he turned upon her and dashed her to the floor He mado his escape leaving the silverware In the yard S aa A clever popular Candy Cold Cure Tabletcalled Preventlcs Is being dispensed by druggists ovorywhen In a few hours Preventios are said to break any cold completely And Pre ventlcs being so safe and toothsome are very fine for children No Quinine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Box of a32Sl Sold by Pennys Drug Store FOR SALE I HhoJo 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Campnre lad Council their lint muiinunce with Ctraitauon In Fan tattle Native Accoutrements and lalntlnoI eihitiac their War Dances and other Weird Rites and Ceremonies Savageries Honemanahlp Bow and Arrow Skill of HuntinfTraifcif Tnff4nknd ARtbuiMnf OVERLAND TRAIL NOON 5TRCCT PARADE Fpm your ofour Entnp tr you art stquabttd what we rids the principal in the rDAILY PERFORMANCES 01 SWINEI PIM t Doon open an hour carter fur FREE and Impection ofour Indun aN Encampment Grind Stand Ticket on ale at the from 9 Ie m to p po Do ADMISSION 50C CHILDREN 25C V A vg VII Business on the Square I will be InCrnti orchnnl this iuisiirr nm winter to teach on all kinds of musical strument Hatlifnctlon guaranteed PROFJDATHON Eczema is Curable Zit M 0 a scientific preparation fo external use Stops and destroys the germs that cause IkinI diseases quickly permanently cured by this medicine Drucgiiti for sam pie E W Rote Co StLoula Me Pennys Store Fire and Life Insurance Representing old and established Cum panics Odd Fellows Building Stan ford Ky Exhibit of The Gloce Hot Blast At our Store on HSDAY SEP il iurns SLACK or SOFT CpAL rithout smoke or soot Heath double the space heated by any other tove with one half the fuel Glean conomical Neat The kind to buy for service A money saver for icople who want a good stove at an honest price See it in operation You will like it Sold exclusively- by GKOHGC H o r IEINQ THE FIRST ANNUAL HOLIDAY D J TOUT OF THE COW XlrRLS AND URIAHS THE MOST FAMOUS RANCH I I V THE AND COM POSED SOLELY OKLA = It r A prodigious J Use two Ruach Skews oJicofwhkh proved the trifle ant feature of National nftlflftn t AND FIGURES II Mera IIaftsource w InpaulbU of dypU catlaa er IralUtJoa ther two moetlu the Icglllmtlc led AMUSEMENT SENSATION OF NEW YORK CITY turdaJ IlipptoLip of tbetr erjthint a from making Paletacc I Pattlroei Mrthodi 1rILOR opinion not thoroughfares morning 2 PIMITWO RAIN welcome Cowboy grounds Itching Eczema reniatkabl Write Med Drug oopefPeneintoo Special WORLD JFEATURES continuously h w InsureYour ft Trousers 4IWith I 4 Use Its like taking out a policy when you buy tho OUTGUESS TheaoTroui eri are ao strongly made that tho man UTCHESS ufacturpra attach a specific cash war JTROUSERS D to every pair We havo just ra give Style Comfort aridcelved our Fall Trousers in thu latest Service at moderate Coat patterns Come In and trya pair 10 Cents a Button 100 a RipattArs Irr1lSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Watch our Window for I Bargains in Coffee 1 UI t i- sd Geo Didpp r tanrord Ky- r k