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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I TOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25 tgOSJtO59 MIDDLEBURG There will be justices court at Yo Semite Friday Ben Edwards the sorghum maker is In this vicinity and Masses will soon be plentifulCal got two fingers cut oil while working with hU saw mill on In dian creek Mae Stolla Compton has dismissed her school otiine Liberty pike four miles below hero on account of scarlet feverThere are several cases of scarlet f ver In the Lanham neighborhood Dr William Sweeney has charge of them and they are all doing well R M Sharp bought the Jas Bast farm on Knob Lick pike for 1100 This land adjoins the farm Mr Sharp bought of Theo Brasher and will bo qulto an addition to It The INTERIOR JOURNAL devoted nea ly a column to the proceedings of the Lincoln County Sunday School Associa tion but the Caaoy County Nowa did not so much as mention the Casey County Convention at Liberty Brer Thomas should get a move on himself EdMrs J A Estes and daughter Mrs A It Scott visited the Misses Shannon at Junction City Mrs Young of Liberty is here with her son R B Young F L Jones his mother Mrs Mary Jones and sister Miss Salcna left this week for Trenton Mo to vis- It relatives J N Wilcher who been living In Brcathltt county for 10 years has moved back to this county Jason Coffey is in the city buying Fall goods Mrs Coffey accompanied him Frank Leo Is somewhat better Miss Nora McDaniel running the exchange here o Death of TM Pennington Somerset Journal lie was not a Pulasklan Mr T M Pennington who lost his life hero last week by being thrown from his buggy on our illshaped atreot way the main thoroughfare to the depot but ho w a native and lifelong citizen of Linco county with pulaski associations Soon after I hall settled In Somerset t in the middle of the 19th century and had married o noblo woman to the manner born who died just a year alto t Mr Pennlngton came hero on purpose and married another one of the name kind a daughter of Mr DourneGoltgln then a first class citizen of this count Thus began an acquaintance a friend ship and an appreciated fellowship till now his lamented death at my house Mr Pennington was born in 1824 an ancient brick mansion near Crab Orchard built by Col Whitley one of Kentuckys early celebrated citizen and which was owned so nearly 100 years ago by Ephraim Pennlngton whoso large family of excellent people are every one dead Tim Pennington was a man of pleasing presence of charming sociability brotherly friendship Rood principles moral rectitude and unpreton lon pi ety and beautiful domestic fidelity and good citizenship characterized his litp Though so aged ho was yet active at least in disposition lie was hero adjudging a land interest of tho o Goggin estate for the benefit of h family and hastening to finish t work when the fatal accident occurred- It seems a pity that a lifo so Ion could not complete ita brief remainder and gently end in natural death b Itot casualties are liable early and late first iandlast they come unexpected How very few live to tho end J W F PARKER The Eastern Kentucky State Nor mal Opened on Schedule Time At a meeting of tho regents of the 1 three higher institutions of learning of t the State held in Lexington Aug 25 it was unanimously resolved to open all the State schools on scheduled time This has been done and the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School at Rich I mond is now in full operation with increased attendance in all departments over last fall Pupils that have been hesitating on account of the rumor that i went abroad on account of a possibility of tho school not this fall nc hesitate no longer All departments fir Richmond aro running order an there are boarding accommoda tions for all students of both sexes R N ROARK president Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Shoops Cough Remedy And It Is so thoroughly harmless that Dr Shoop tolls mothers to use nothing else even for very young babies The wholesome gree leaves and tender stems of a lun healing mountainous shrub give tIeJcurative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy It calms the cough and heals the sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chI oro J form nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoop a Ao no other Sold by Pennys Dr Stork CHURCH MATTERS Regular services at tho Christ n church Sunday Preaching at 1045 A M T W Barker will preach in the tlst church at McKinney next at 3 p M The next county meeting will be held on the third Saturday in October atMt Moriah church at Highland Eld Joseph Ballou will preach a Sun day School temperance sermon at M t Xenia at 330 next Sunday afternoon There will bo choir practice at the- o Christian church this Friday night A full attendance is desired D M Walk er pastor campInand will continuo 10 days Those who will preach aro Elds Burrill Irvine McVey and Hays All delegates expecting to attend tho- r State Sunday School Convention at Newport Oct 8 9 10 11 must notify tho secretary at once if they wish to got entertainment Mrs John Bingo man Co Secy Phone 110 Stanford Ky Services at the Methodist church next Sunday Song service at 1045 A M preaching at 11 A M subject The Light of tho Gentile World Epworth League at I M Walter Milhurn pros dent of Fourth Department of League Echoes from Middlesboro Conference at 730 r A wellknown preacher who hall travI- S led considerably recently said to us yesterday You have do idea what a figure Tafts religious views are cut ting In the campaign I verily believe that they will be a contributory element to tho certain defeat that awaits him FrankfortJoumalThe will be formally opened Sunday morning and an inter eating program will bo carried out with a sermon by Col R L Ewell There will be no other services in London that morning the church goin people being turned over to praises to a new house of God London Sentinel IIDr Evcritto Gill recently called to Inthe pastorate of tho Baptist church this city will preach his first sermon Sunday morning and a largo crowd will doubtless welcome him to the city as he comes as one of the best preachers i tho country Until lately ho had charge of tho church in Rome ltalyAdvo cats m LindsayYCRAII ORCHARD Sept 21Dy re quest of the poor brokenhearted sis tor I contribute a few lines to tho col- In umns of your paper dedicated to the memory of Samuel Lindsay deceased Dom in 1848 near Crab Orchard Ky tho son of tho noble old man Ope Lind say and Polly Lindsay who were hone cst industrious and worthy people and Samuel was the very embodiment of honesty tho very soul and spirit o f honor What a glorious county we would have if every member of society was as the honest old yeoman Samuel Lindsay lie was connected with some of tho best families In the Stain and longed to that class of men whodo to accumulate property by honest labor and not by dishonest speculation The sheepIsdeliglitfudIIraillfe and delighted in turning up tho virgin soil to raise by tho honest sweat his noblo brow the corn and oats to feed his little herd Poor Sam ho often said I cant pay my taxes and funeralexpenses but I can pay my fu neral expenses This terrible graded school tax weighed heavily upon his mind until it became unbalanced and ho finally took his life a sacrifice to er roneous and unnecessary taxation What an outrage Is this unreasonable rage for school taxation What the poor man wants is education and no taxation I shall boa candidate year for some office In order to show up taxation in all Its masked deformity 300awith no wife nor child to enjoy ft Ii leaves behind him a name for truth honesty and integrity that is of moro value and moro lasting than tho thing- cd of earth Poor Sam you aro gono an againidMesdames Simpson and Julia Holmes who are heartbroken at the tragic end of a useful and honorable life If w could all read our titles to a seat in glory as clear as poor Sam wo would all be certain to meet tho noblo old farmer in the Now Bright World F F BODBITT gA Sureenough Knocker C Goodwin of Reldavllle N C says Bucklens Arnica Salvo Is a euro eaough Knocker for ulcers A bad one came on my leg last Summer but that wonderful salve knocked It out In a few rounds Not oven a scar remained tI Guaranteed for piles ugsores burns etc 25c at Pennys Store NEWS NOTES Tbo United States drank last year 1879225409 gallons of liquor Odyd John Ellis of the Luthrell section ot Casey is dead after a long illness Tho Shelbyville council fired two policemen for Irregularities in office Thomas Noo shot and probably fatal ly wounded his brother Dan Noe a t FranklintonZeb was ambushed and killed on English creek five miles North of Harlan Courthouse- In a fight between white men and Nepgross two were Dr George II Grant president of tho Wayne county Indiana board of health killed himself with a revolver An entire gun crew numbering 17 men were killed when a big turret gun on a French cruiser exploded near Tou Ion Forest fires have destroyed several vllliages in Northern Michigan and some 4000 people aro homeless in con sequence Wm Hardin Ezekiel Anderson and John Moore Federal prisoners who broke jail at Frankfort Monday night wore captured at Versailles A Russell Peabody one of the attor neyi who bad a leading port In the defense of Harry K Thaw died suddenly at Babylon L 101 pneumonia The Grand Lodge of Kentucky of th Knights of Pythias decided to estsblie- permanent headquarters at Lexington for tho keeper of records and seals entd t Gaines Ga by a Negro he was to arrest The Negro was lynched b a mob Fire insurance rates have more that circaMrs Thomas C Walton wife of the president of Margaret College Versail lee died from inflammation of the brain at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lex ingtonFor the past few days there has bee 1less than a toot of water on the falls of the Ohio and rivcrmcn say that prob ably not again in a lifetime will th river bo so low William C Izzard of New Washing ton Ind hits been declared legally dead in the Clark circuit court He has been missing for 30 years and it is desired to dispose of his property Tho lifeless body of Miss Stella Miller was found near the Monon passenger station at Bedford Ind but investiga tion leads to tho belief that the gir committed suicide and was not murder ed as was at first thoughttLawrence O Murray controller o tho currency in an address to bank examiners severely criticised many of them who ho declared had failed to discover defalcations and to find out the true conditions of banks Dr W J McGee of the Geological Wl18hlngIstates that a conservative estimate of the damage being done In that section by the forest fires is 1000000 a day CallowayItrial cf Gardner and Hunt at Clarks villc Tenn swore that ho was positive that an organized band of night riders existed and that It was largely made up of the criminal and lawless lasses Five dead Negroes have been foun between Fulton and Cairo within the past few weeks all with bullet holes in their bodies and along the railroad track It would appear that railroaders are be coming tired of tho wholesale slaughter of conductors and employes by Negro bums Strongt St Chicago tells of a way to become strong Ho sasliMy mother who Is derivingIso that I feel its my duty to toll thoso who need a tonlo and strengthening motherdcase a m re suIted Insomnia has been overcome and 610 la steadily growing strong er Electric Bitters quickly remedy complaintsI g Store 60c IA salvage firm has made tho sunken steamer Mr Temple once worth 500 000 but abandoned as good as over fo 12000 Compressed air raised her They Take The Kinks Out III have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for many years with Increasing satisfaction They tako the kinks ou of stomach liver and bowels without fuss or friction says N H Brown of PlttsOeld Vt Guaranteed satisfactory at Pennys Drug Store 25o HUSTONVILLE Geo Hicks sold his farm of 50 acres to John R Martin for 2600 About 40 desirable farms near Ponca Okla have been placed in thehands ot Williams Co for sale this fall Call and get prices and descriptions A pantry reception was given Rev Willis and wife last week by the ladles of tho Christian church Everything from corn hay etc to the smallest want in the pantry was there- About a carload of people from the attended the State fair last week and are enthusiastic in its praise Several blue ribbons were added to our list of victories achieved over hundreds of have a splendid little farm of 70 acres of river bottom land with good dwelling that must be sold in 30 days at a sacrifice A bargain for somebody Other farms with elegant improvements no better land In Kentucky sizes from 85 to 250 acres can be bought at a lower price this and next month than later E C Hopper has arrived home from his arduous duties for the past six months on the Pacific slope Mrs Lou Fidler and sister Mrs Amanda Brad ley of Bradfordaville spent last week with Mrs F M Yowell Miss Annie Cook Huffman the accomplished daugh ter of Dr Lee Huffman of Lexington is the guest of Miss Melle Hopper this bithof Perryville are visiting friends here Marshal Lair and his bloodhounds were called to the home of Wm Morse near Campbellsville Wednesday eve burnedYtho dogs were taken to a carefully guarded track which they followed by the entire populace on account of the exceedingly dry weather and tho ease with which they followed the trail to the man who had on the shoe that tracknorgan in an uptodate church- Is a constant reminder of the poets sentimenteThe last rose of summer left bloom ing alone All its companions are faded and gone It is not in harmony with its compan ions nor surroundings and ere tho ad vent of 1909 a modern piped instrument will be installed and good music as in days of yore will again be a feature of service at theChristian church here 1The committee will meet next Satur day at 3 P M at the Christian church invitationfieticulars see Miss Melle Hopper Mr and Mrs Frank North entertain ed most delightfully on Wednesday at their country home Highview in ChicaIThos Galley of Tampa Fla Mrs Stodghil of Chicago Mr and Mrs John D RifTe Mr and Mrs Grant North Misses Sue and Annie North and Mr Sam McKinney Mr Thos Galley was awarded first prize a box of tins candy for proficiency in drawing a cow The consolation prize Mr Booker Washington in bronze was awarded to Mrs Grant North After various games ths guests all joined in dancing the Old votingdtertainers Mrs Jesse Huston has just returned from a visit to her son George at Mt Olive Mrs II lives within a mile of HustonviHe and m plain view of Stanford pike yet in 29 years she has been no nearer town than tho juncture of the Middlcburg pike when she went to Casey on the visit mentioned In fact she has not even been on the pike since fire destroyed a portion of the town and then only in response to frantic appeals of a neighbor made during the conflagration This mostunusual habit of Mrs H Is due largely to her many years of close attention to her her em- players business as toll gate keeper As a cook and housekeeper she is par excellence and her life Is an exactitude without an equal in this part of Ken tucky When Trifles Become Troubles If any person suspects that their kidneys aro deranged they should take Kidney Remedy at onco and orrdiabetes Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not pelay taking Foleys Kidney Remedy New Stanford Drug Cot In deciding a case tho entucky court of appeals holds that the collect ing of money as taxes upon property which hoe not been assessed Is not em bezzlement flLL WOOl Fit Style II Is What You Get When You Buy a nary Schaffner i Marx suit Our Fall Line Is UptoDate and Complete Cummins Si Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY 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 sure the name on the box is Lowneys essaos PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadway we are obliged to seek a new 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 in Central Kentucky m 80 Monuments 128 Headstones 85 Markers at most attractive prices Persons who may wish to purchase later in the year could order now and nave their work reserved for future delivery Wm Adams ll Son 142 North BroodwaLC nJtton Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY Is ay LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FIR RATES APPLY Tl LOCAL MAHABER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOftPOHATtO i 1The Interior Journal Kt C WALTON i 1EWLMCARTY It a cnndldnta for HhertIT of Lincoln coun ftyubJect to the nctlon ot the democratl MS BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Hh rlT of Lincoln county nbject to the action ot the democrat party tJOHN J MOSER a of Lincoln county inbjecl to the action of the Democrat pattJ iIM BRUCE I countsablectparty JAMES Co HAYS II a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county to the action ot the Uemocrntlpony DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomlna tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN coontparty t J W FOLEY of Lincoln coun htyubJecttotheaction of the democrat ti iDEtIOCRATIC TICKET For Freildeut t William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska For Vice Preildent John Worth Kern of Indiana For Conmas JSHARVEY HELM of Lincoln county 4 County Judge ijForSam Owiley Jr For Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE i WILUAM J BRYAN sent a telegram from Detroit to President Roosevelt in which he challenged him to produce proof of the charges against Gov Has kell of Oklahoma treasurer of the Democratic National Committee Mr Bryan serves notice on the President t that as the candidate of the Democrat reIr 1 ganization to misrepresent the Demo cratic party in the present campaign IT looks now as if Bryan and Kern will win beyond peradventure of doubt and it is a glorious thought The ques tion shall the people rule will be answered in thundering tones on Nov 3rd and on March the 4th 1909 democracy will come into its own Successr has been a long time coming to thepar ty of parties but it is headed this way- now praise the Lord Tim State reunion of the United Confederate Veterans of Kentucky will beheld at Peweo Valley on Friday Oct 2 I and preparations are being made for a great gathering of the Wearers of the Gray Cheap rates have been secured from the various railroads for the re iPOLITICALIllinois emblem have t James P Owens has been appointed postmaster at Lincoln Pulaski county Judge James Polsgrove of Frankfort withdrawn from the race for Com Attorney in favor of R B 1has 2000 and 3000 temperance workers and enthusiasts stormed thej capitol at Indianapolis and demanded of members of the Legislature that they vote for the county local option bill t Charles W Swisher nominated by the regular republicans of West Virgin ia for governor has relinquished his nomination as a result of an effort to harmonize the two factions of the par I tyA movement is said to be on foot among Democratic National Commit- teemant to depose Gov Haskell as treas urer of the committee One report has it that Haskell has tendered his resig nationMr Taft has wired Frank H Hitchcock denying the report that Senator Crane had been placed in charge of the republican campaign and assuring Mr Hitchcock that his work was satisfac tory Senator Crane also added his denial of the report But few nominations for Congress and presidential electors have been properly certified to the Secretary of State and as it is necessary to do this 30 days before election the governing bodies of both parties in Kentucky have been asked to attend to the matter President Roosevelt again came to the rescue of Judge Taft with a letter which Taft wrote in July 1907 in op position to a joint indorsement of Taft for President and Foraker for Senator by the Ohio Republican Committee The President also submitted a few remarks on the political situation rcl 001 Yy ter Xa r M Police were called at Indianapolis to clear the House of Representatives of temperance workers who nearly precipitated a riot One of the temperance men denounced members who were opposing the county local option bill as saloon bums and was in turn calleda liar by Representative Coble The President has seen fit to give the Republican candidate another in dorsement It seems that I am run ning against two Republicans Instead of one but our platform is so plain and the purpose of our party is so well ex pressed in that platform that I am pre pared to meet the argument of one or both of them said W J Bryan in a speech at Buffalo Carl McGee a wellknown lawyer and business man who presided over the Oklahoma State Convention which in structed for the nomination of Judge Taft for the presidency and who was a candidate for Congress last year on the Republican ticket has announced in an open letter that he would support Wil- lIam Jennings Bryan lie resents Judge Tafts attack on the lawguaran teeing bank deposits and adds Fur ther Mr Taft is raising his campaign funds from those with whom he must deal very firmly and toward whom he must have no obligation IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Wm Crockett of Casey county fell dead at his home Wednesday afternoon- H Floyds barn near Poplar Hill Casey county burned causing a 500 lossTho Grand Lodge of Knights of Pyth ias will be held next year at Winches terJudge Bell in the Boyle circuit court decided that J H Dunn was the legal school trustee in the Shelby City dis trict A Mr Silcox who ran against Dunn contested his election Frank Chapman and David Elliott Jr were held to await the action of the Federal grand jury at the Novem ber term by United States Commissioner George C Moore on the charge of breaking into the postofllce at Viva Laurel county The 25000 damage suit of Mrs Ezra Lawson against Magistrate Burch and his bondsmen W R Marsce John Davis and W F Westerfield in the Knox circuit court resulted in verdict of 1000 for the plaintiff The suit which is the most important of the term grow out of the killing of Ezra Lawson by Demps West and other officers commissioned by Burch to arrest Lawson West received a sentence of two years but was pardoned When Thomas Prather and wife who live five miles from Danville arose Tuesday morning they found on their door step a handsome cradle containing a month old baby boy Around the youngsters neck a shipping tag was tied bearing the inscription William Jennings Bryan take good care of him and you will be well rewarded A large trunk of clothes was placed be side the cradle and the waif has more than enough to last him until he gets out of the long dresses While the banquet of the London Commandery Knights Templar in hon or of visiting Knights was on in the Jackson Opera Hall there was a dis tur ianco and shots in the county jail in the rear Town Marshal E W Moren investigated and found Jailer Johnson locked behind the iron doors oI the jail office with a 45 Colts and a jag on Up on Morens expostulating with him Johnson fired another shot into the street through the in the door Johnson was presented before County Judge Pennington on the charge of be- Ing drunk Pennington ordered Deputy Jailer Dan Johnson to take the keys of the jail and hold tho Jailer until he was In condition to stand trial The fine for drunkenness in office is severe running- as high as 1000 London dispatch to Louisville Times A Paying InvestmentIMr John White of 38 Highland Ave Houlton Maine saysIIHave been troubled with a cough every winter and Spring Last Winter I tried runny advertised remedies but tho cough continued until I bought a 60o bottle of Dr Kings NcwDIscovery before that was half gone the cough was all gone This Winter the same happy result has followed a few doses once more ban shed the annual cough 1 am now convinced that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best of all cough and lung remedies Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 50c and 1 Trial bottle free MATRIMONIAL Nat C Goodwin the actor has filed a sealed complaint for divorce against his wife Bessie Hall Goodwin better known as Maxine Elliott John Robinson the circus owner was tarried at Clarksville Tenn to Miss Mary Maud Logan a professional nurse who has been traveling with him for some time Pink Pain Tablets Dr Shoops stop Headache womanly pains any pain anywhere in 20 minutes sure ormula on the 2Su box Ask your druggist or doctor about this formula its fine Pennys Drug Store GET close to nature and keep well Crab Orchard water should in every home Tho county unit bill passed the In diana Senate by a vote of 34 to 17 Three Republicans voted with the Democrats against the measure It is now before the House where the hottest fight is expected Both sides claim a victory Tho entire State of Indiana is wrought up over the fight Quick Relieffar Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar affords im mediate relief to atthina sufferers in tho worst stages and If taken in time will effect a cure Sew Stanford Drug Co ARK N HAIR BALSAM I batstluootn I I ICant CUT FLOWERS Of all kinds always on hand Prices reasonable Hpeclnl attention to funeral or wedding order OHHI8MAN OUEENHOtTHK Ed Hubbonl Prop Btanford Ky Jesse W Sweeney rBornirron Livery Feed and Sale Stable Lanoaster Ky- HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journa AND r The Interior JournalB- OTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150Few people In tbe United States hue not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair in all things clean In all thing It is essentially a family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to of tel the WEEKLY COUBIEROORNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the combination to usnot tc the CourlerJourna XTRAGOODCLOTIIIS Ederheimer Stem Co Makers carry great ITmust with you boys clothes we sellare the XTRAGOOD make Dont need to advance a better claim for your atten tion we couldnt This II the make to reion for quality wear and com splendidmodern tailoring methods of Ederheimer Stein Co have railed the standard without increasing the price You can see for yourself the difference between these andordinary clothes in the garments were telling for all ages 3 to 17s FOR SALE B- YMcROBERTSH Je Ioo The Truth Every person in this city who it tuf fering from Eczema pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis case can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durggists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE McKINNEY MARILE It GRANT WORKS Jacobs t Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Ornnll and Marble Monuments Hlrttrini Work at Reasonable Price Office and Work McKlnnoj Ky Shop closed on HnturUny Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form if ItchingSkin or Scalp disease A1 Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken a tailor of ex pvrlencf Then your clotheswhetheralow- price builneii soft or the Uncut crcnln clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they wore made to your measure will also take your measure for extra trousers fniioy veils top contend overcoat Fall and Winter am plei on hand ready for your inspection IIV UUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky FirstClassBuggy Painting Phone G MEDAIRY MCKINNBY KY PUBLIC SALE fofAt Ky hotel rItureaATUIIUAY ITKMHKUitUlui beginning promptly nt oclock I 31 I will snit to a bidder the entire lot of hotel furnishings lonilttlng of cbalri tables beds tied clothing dressers Chinaware kitchen ware and lit furl everything once used In said botttl IIho fiihnrem stock In lrab orchard IlanklngUo 9S bushel seed rye i I mule t potn to plow and corn seller lteneember tile ilny Hntunlay Sept jo JAM II 4IIjHInAdmr if Adorinas Fox II a bnmUome large young Jeney Bull de icvnded tram n louiz und unbroken line ot this most noted bulli and cows on the island or Jersey Bn land and Amerlea His IlIIflOrttduDdpound of rich milk In one dRY If you hove IIke begets Like or the Ilkeneu or some Ancestor and taRe a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of lilt service He will be allowed to I0rve n limited number of approved registered row out sldeof ourownhantthisyear for a fee ol each Makeengngonient beforn sending cow to he bad tOTTKIt KyNbull oalvesthat will bo laid nt right prt- cesCONCRETING We HI III position to do nil kinds of concreting R8 Work Iltveinenti and In fact wu can make any thing from n house down to a fence poet We eon aerva you promptly cad guarantee nritolnii pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky IndigestionIn lennbum and Indigestion as ronl dUeaie yi lped40NeShoopInlemedy Dr fihoop Restorative Going direct to the stomach nerves atone brought that luccesi and favor to Dr and his Rattoratlre WIth- out that original and highly vital principle no such lasting nccompllihmrnU were e to bo had- For stomach distress bloating btllouinr bad ShoopRsell what It taD and will do We aeJ1 and cheer run 1 recommeod Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS FOR SALE I If not sold privately wo willoffer for sale o- nOCT 9 1908 the Stigall homo of 255 acres situated on tho Perry ville pike seven miles West of Danville Farm well improved New seven room frame residence good stock and hay barns LIVE STOCK Saddle Stallion Chester Chief 119 Gomez a erclieron Stallion 110181 brood inres H jennots 5 jacks 16 yearling cattlo 50 goollcwoa nnd hogs Also hay corn and outs All farming implements lEn rSUllor 10 cash STIGALL HEIRS Perryville Ky s walk overShoes Possibly there is not a Shoe under the Sun more universally worn more extensively sbljct and advertised today than t- heWalkOver H It has the right name it simply t Walks Over and Walks Away r from the rest We are the sole agents in Lin coin county Our Fall stock is now in cam prising Patents Vicis Kangaroo and Calf Skin in all the new lasts heavy and 1 lightweights at f K 3 5O 400 and 5Oo f 1 H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY The Emporium rjustonville HAve now their Fall etock complete for your inspection lh Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts ever Attempted in Hustonville rtl Our prices always conservative See our Tailored Gownsnow and pretty Wo Imvo just introduced this lino Ladles Skirts our Fall lino of Qlonkaj Ladies Misses and Children you will find to be money eavent to you Shoe stock now complete Wo have handled tho Sterling Shoo for years to our satisfaction and to the trade Try a pair and he convinced Every depart ment is now complete and ready for your inspection Yours for fair ex change CHAS WHEELER HUSTONVILLE KY We Announce For Saturday Sept 26 1908 J I OUR Fall Millinery Opening You are Cordially Invited RUSSELL HAT SHOP Danville Ky Double Edged Tobacco Knives Made of Finest Cutlery Genuine HandMade Corn Knives Geo Da Hopper Stanford Ky I a r F v The Interior JournalI TAMFOHD KY SHIT 25 1908 postfv PERS NALS KINDRICK ALCOIIN continues III v MRS P M McKoiiBUTa hns quHoilck f W F MARTIN of Lexington Is with- Ed Ballard REV J MURRAY TAYLOR was In isvillo this week MISS LKUA JONES of Lexington with Miss May Jones J R ROUT Is clerking for Lutes Bros at Turnersvillc SAM GOLDSTEIN is in Louisville buy ingFall and Winter Goods MRS ANNA HOLTZCLAW Is den in Tribble lHughes Store Mns S P STACO of Lexington with Mils Ophelia Chancellor Miss Conner HUDDLE is atten the Normal School at Richmond MR W M DmoilT attended tho bankers convention at Lexington Miss POLLY DUANE TRAYLOR Is vis icing Mrs Juno Hunter at Pcrryvillo Miss MARY MORLEY returned yes tcr day from Louisville and other points Miss FRANCES PORTMAN of Liberty was the guest of Miss Gertrude Wilkinson MRS J W IRELAND and little Lucile are visiting relatives In vllle MRS MARY STRAUD has returned where she hisStateDR WM SHELTON is visiting his grandson Mr Sholton M Saufley FrankfortJUDGE G WILLIAMS of Coving ton was a passenger on Wednesdays Northbound train- Ee F GREEN formerly of Le has taken a position with W K f ner tho tinner and plumber MRS JUDD PHILLIPS and children of Liberty are visiting her sister Mrs A W DIHion at Crab Orchard E 11 Helton B widower of 20 and rl Miss Ethel Walker 18 were married at the grooms homo Wednesday MRS CLARK MOORE of Somerset with Mrs J W Cocking at McKinney at They were hero shopping Tuesday MR GEO C GIVENS who was pain fully hurt in a runaway several days ago still continues III at his home It L COWER the hustling timber ers man of Crab Orchard was hero Thurs day and Friday Lontlop Democrat DRS J F PEYTON AND E J DROWN pent yesterday at tho Stato Medi Association meeting at Winchester MR T F MuiiniY of the Pow anti section of Casey and all right exc terwouldIn his politics was a substantial cal MR this week J C FLORBNCE Stanfords clever and efficient postmaster is at tending the postmasters convention at t hLexIngton 8 LEVISA HARRIS and Nan Woods Engleman havo returned from a protracted visit to tho Misses Kite at Ashland N llRssna JS RICE W IL Went tenVernon and II C Wray represented Diadem Lodge No 81 K of p at the Grnnd 30 Lodge meeting at Lexington REV G E POWELL was over from Lexington to see his sister Mrs W Hatcher who is quite of append tis at her hume on Lancaster pikeheMESDAMES MATTIE NEVIUS and Detlat tie Caldwell aro with Mrs J E tlf at Gilberts Creek while tho lattcrs hug band is in tho cities buying goods MRS J H HILTON has gone to Li b anon Junction to see her now gra child a little son which was recen born to Mr and Mrs John B Nevi ue MRS W B McRoiiERTS accompan fi led Miss Mary McRoberta to Cinclnn yesterday where she has matriculn at the College of Music for vocal and of MrMRShome from Crab Orchard Springs aft cr a delightful stay of several wee Dr Wallace will remain some timoy Frankfort JournalnocMiss BERTHA JACKSON of Stanford arrived Monday to visit relatives and to organize a homo talent to r Mrs Wlggs of the Cabbage Patchcou for the benefit of the Christian churchI London Sentinel3rdLOCALS judge JUST received a car of American ven WIro Fence W E Perkins Crab Judge Orchard Ky ty FALL Opening Wednesday Sept 30any Pattern hats and novelties Come nato yeaMissesare MR J N MENEFEE is repairing his residence on Academy hill prepnratoIssuto moving into it WARD off tho typhoid fever by using Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water It will do it continuo to make atIIenry nighmyford at 60c per dozen cash with order Frank Cordler Do not be Imposed apedThere are the imitations and adulterated water and salts on the market Whites Diamond Brand Is the genuine GEl Singletons prices on stoves TOBACCO and corn knives at Ceo D Hoppers Sept Is tho last day for filing claims against the county of Lincoln George B Cooper county clerk SEE the splendid Webber wagon on solo ht Colley Bishops store More wagonJeenTUB L N will run an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday at 175 for the atJ6AMTilE Court of Appeals affirmed killingJoeteary for 18 years fikingdAYIsllnsONE FARE plus 25 cent round trt Lexington October 610 1908 via L N account Fall Races Kentucky Trot ting Horse Breeders Association plfiky A severe application of black snake whip would have done more good TUB Crab Orchard Graded Sc taxes are due If not paid by Oct 1 a piDantor CIIRISMAN will have a sal ltsleek crops and farming imple manta at his farm near Moreland onI veinsue TilE latest and most stylish hats bo displayed In my millinery p corebPrWarAT tho Kentucky Medical Ass tlon meeting at Winchester Dr Alcom of Huitonville read a paper oncutAntcpartum and Postpartum lien ior rhagc orIs280 tomorrow Saturday attern Every democrat in the county present and join tho club THERE will bo a trustees and ten meeting at Kingsville tho first Saturday in October at 10 AI Some noted educators will bo present Everybody come G Singleton Supt macalthat ho did not believe any ono who Crab Orchard water regula in ever have typhoid favor Yhi toethe Brand at all drug storesLuliON JeRRY A SULLIVAN of Richmond will speak for tho democratic Nominees Bryan and Kern at Lancas filohenKtttEnCharlie Lclchlltcr an L ed brakeman whoso home was at Mt was killed while coupling cars there Tuesday morning Deceased was of years old and a splendid young man of THE Somerset Journal says that the ladles very sensibly leave their merry htiin are An example worthy of emu 5 Tile moving picture show and lecture given by the representative of Robe Johnson Rand shoo makers of ylypeople enjoyed the occasion Son sell the famous Star Brands Belatetheir son Mr Joel T Embry has and Mrs S J Embry Sr have ofT tho celebration of tho 60th 0Wo tamaforward with much pleasure to happy cVent and are pained that fortune should coma to tho splendid old in their declining yearscal republicans will meet hero i to nominate a candidate for eau oftionieta to oppose Judgo J S Owel lambWabedS Owsloy has mndo a good Judgo and we aro suro ho can def republican that party may nomlv This is going to bo a democratic r tho sign is right and tho people going to vote the democratic tick etularly5 failed to state in our Tuesda e tho thoughtfulness of the c ityeby tlff100CouncilmanHester to sprinkling pose and kept tho good work up u noon Monday Mr Hester hSai theDybusiness portion of Main street sprinkled each night by private 8U ConIly WANTED 10 or 15 cattle to graze Edgar Reynolds McKinney FOR Myers pumps see E D Eads tinner and plumber Somerset street W S ism superintending the concrete work while his brother Joe is III FALL opening Se SOYour attenW tion solicited Miss Frances veer VanG MR G THOMAS I hoe awn from the race for tho democratic nom Inatlon for sheriff of Boyle ATTEND tho meeting of democrats at Saturdaytherousing Bryan and Kern club plumbInglters hand made stove pipes etc Shop on Somerset St A LARGE crowd attended John S Murphys sale in tho West End thpmill horses cattle etc were sold CHASING TilE RAINBOW each ing musical comedy in which some 25 take part See it at Waltons Opera Houso next Wednesday night Sept 30 hohootfarms in the county On Iiuaton ke three miles from Stanford or phono me A J Rice Stanford Ky eoners at the third Sat urday in October at 10 A M ry important subjects will be among which will be the School Law Como and us JSrlorLET everybody pray loud and Ongd for a good rain We believe a good ovidence will answer your pro abundantly Rain never was so b haveEdin two and then some Mn JOEL T EMORY who was acci dentally shot by Chief of Police Carter Slimfart ed bedbeMr Embrys left arm and then thro andhshoulder blade HAVING lost my household and kitch en furniture by fire and being insured Jesse D Wearcn the insurance n Stanford Ky agent for the Homo of New York I take pleasure recommending him and tho Co to insurance public for prompt and eral settlement of losses Granvillo tes Hustonvillc TilE Baptist church at Crab Orchard will have an all day meeting and grand ly on Sunday Sept 27 There will preaching both morning and aft noon Plenty of dinner will be furn- id on the ground by the ladies of church Church roll will be called collection will be taken tho prove theo which will bo applied to the nor the church A general invitation is extended NEALS CREEK Water is very eta tho this part of tho county Quito a number from this community attended tho 101 Ranch Show at Stanford Mrs lalSundayIIIrelatives hiStni ss Viola Brady and brother wero relatives in this vicinity Saturd childrenhoes of JCRhogs lden of Somerset visited J T Mun last week Mrs Wallace Farmer been visiting Mrs Terry ANDREW JOHNSON FOR CONGRESS rlare in receipt of a pamphlet c ing the news that Rev Andrew hnson of Wilmore is the prohibition distrlmesa nUFine a holiness or sanctification preacher Ho bear tho empty honor conferred upon hfm as well as anybody the probe bi could have nominated Rev es d a the courseor ho not Congressional timber but that snt matter as it is hardly probable excepteat to w from tho galleries REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION Pursuant to a call therefor duly made by tho Republican Tycalled to meet In mass convene of at the court house in tho city of ed nford Ky on Saturday Oct an 1ed j at 2 oclock r M for the pur of nominating a republican cant tho fstetsr is 8nail election for county judge Is to till Sill unexpired term for said office mass convention tho form of ye tmvisesGeorgeD SEED Rye for sale J H Baugh man Co MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No JIII A aLw1n meetIn stated cnmmnnlcntlon on snob nrst andtalnlJfondaynight of toch month at Taw HlnntoMternalls Invited to be U L IvnnyW Panaingtouriee ood Farm For Sale j fnrmaKIn grnn oicflpt luncreinnd li well bnlnnctlouenaypnytnentsw to or call on 0 T liotioii Lebanon Ky LUMBER NOTICE I olldredwillecnrotantlysawed to order 00 HPEAKK roofWnynlburg Ky FARM FOR SALE I Rraltere HlolIurll pike Improvements andgood plenty of water and fruit milhastoty growrmMcKinney Ky For Sale Privately I Ightroomsmokeusea very good ttahle For further duo ncrlptlon callon J II 1IUIUIIT KyCallPUBLIC SALE I At administrator of Hnmuol Lindsay I homeenowIIvtImeWJoUNE8DAYOOT111 milNWk rateGTermcashAdministrator Hamuel LindsayK Reynolds And SeptzaW Salellyof Real Estate WI will toll at public outcry on HATUKDAVOOT 17IW about OH aorei of Dlx lllver bottom land otisLand will be told In parcels to fUn pur nlUdehinformationughor W N lurch Htaufonl KyJJOHN JIUOIIANANH Orab Orchard Ky OCT 11908 Auction Sale ATsh JOHNSONIA FARM roeDanville Ky Iteglitered Jrrteyi llegtiternl To China maul lluroc hogs fresh cakesuulsimiIjiinbertTorincntor bull weanCSandISayAmerican breeding reedy Kept lath Hale begins at 10 oclock with the mules then tho cattle Address W W JOHNSONurn T QU1HBNBKIIHY Danville Ky PUBLIC SALE Blue Grass Farm I will offer for sale on the premie three miles from Harrodsburg on Frankfort pike on Wednesday Oct 708 improvedfarm LANDExhe laud is all in clover Blue 8 and hemp Has an abundance water some lino timber well fenc 75 acres have never been plough tobacco barn will hold 10 acres of tobacco sown room dwelling All premises in good repair Farm ono mile from L S n It Station oueliall mile of good school will bo abOluto tho tends very giventSam Forsythe eIlarrodeburg Ky J j Read About These eat Goods I t I ot We have just placed on sale the following desirable merchandise These goods areIright from the fashion centers of the worldIThere is a big change in the styles of Cloaks and Dresses for this season and the stylespare pretty too Come let us show you the F New SuitsNew Curtains New Cloaks New Portierrcs New SkirtsNew Druggets New Tan Shoes New Counterpanes New Patent Shoes New Bordered Percales New Herringbone Dress Goods New Bordered Calicoes New Wide Wales Dress Goods New Satin Bands New Dercctoire Belts New Tassels New Neckware Etc New Buttons New Extra Long Corsets New Outings New Gloves New McCall Patterns New School ShoesNew Linens The new trimmings for this Fall Ore Satin Bands Buttons Drops and Tassels We have them SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KYfr Your Last Chance I We are closing out our 5 and lOc department We have a small stocktleft and it goes at a bargain Any IOc article for 8c Any5c article for 4c I That we are agents for International Tailoring and L E Hayes it Co Remember we guarantee fit quality of goods and price TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI On FRIDAY SEPT 25 Mr Bluitt will be with us and give a demonstration of Ileinzs Preserves Pickles Apple Butter c Mr Hutsel will also be present representing The National Biscuit Co with a full Una of their goods Chase S Sanborns coffee will be served during the day Ladies we want you all to make your arrangements to bo with us that day We aro looking for you DODQOQOO W H HIGGiNS Stanford Kentucky 1 a JThe Interior Journal PHlo ice at SUMftri t1JhnMintM tf AMD TKTDAT YEAR CASH WfWhen not to paid UOO will be charger II L N TIME TABLE INo Honth 11tH r x M Houth llial P x No JI North 415 A xi No U North 118 P x 1 JOS S RICE Agent B D CARTER NewLlvervDepot Street r Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For the arrest and conviction of any perto treipattlng my farm day or night or dome Injury to stock In traveling the public hlghwnYI or InlurT to stock from the lands of people Thus reward reieri to past present nnd I oleo offer a spec HO for particular tee me I also over two of VO and 1100 eachSOCarpenter A S PRICE Surgeon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building 10 PER CENT CUT I In order to dispose of mystock so I can conveniently enlarge mystore room I will give a cut of 10 per rent on all goods for the next 30 days G B Pruitt Moreland irA Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in cluding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 I dCHilro to sell privately III splendid lilue Cruse Farm of acres situated In the Vest End of Lincoln county one mile North of MoKlnney Farm lies on splendid pIke as well as on the A C llallrond Is SA mile from liustonilleendemllesfront Stanford the county sent Farm Is well- improved end has all necessary buildings Splendidly fenced nnd nn abundance of water to schools and churches und especially convenient for traders und shippers of the heat stock forms In Lincoln county All of the land Is product ive and u machine bx run over every toot of It About lOOacreilnculttvatlonand the crop shows for Itself sMacresnre being- prebanrl for wheat this Fall For further particulars address or call on a M OWENS McKlnney Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Pbons 147 Rome Phone 88 FARMERS D1PARTKIVT ma1ketJ H Young bought the Columbia fair grounds at auction for 2405 FOR SALE76 stock ewes and 40 feeding cattle A W CarpenterI Moreland Ky few Polled Angus bull calves sub BaUghIman of wheat land Parties wishing to seethe land can call on Dr G G Perr Stanford WANTED to pasture 25 or 30 head of cattle on the Estes farm near McKl MeIKinneyA K McCown sold to E Son of Paris about 1200 bushels of blue grass seed at CO centsRlchmondI county Ind verely from drouth Farmers are com pelted to haul water in barrels for their stock and corn is ripening prematurely J H Woods refused an offer of 110 for a suckling mule colt at the State Far and Harris Woods 5225 for yearling How is that for Lincoln cou- ty stock t A Paris dispatch says A peculiar lituation developed by the drouth in this section is the inability of dairymen to supply their customers with mill Hundreds of customers are taking their toffee straight as a consequence Reports from the country precincts tell of an epidemic of tonsilitis and otber throat troubles due to dust and droutt The Peacock Stallion sold by Cabe Jros for 1000 a few days ago to a entleman in Tennessee was sired by Jordan Peacock the noted stallion owr cd by W L Grady Gradyville this ounty J W Allen of Lincoln county bought 16 cattle from J C Dehc ney 12 from Robt Allen and four from nother party last week at 3 to 3- 6centsAdalr News J F Cook Co of Lexington wer tho largest prizewinners in jack stock at the Kentucky State Fair They Kot irst premium on Cook Farm Prince their yearling jack second on Cool Farm King McChord twoyearold jack econd on Greatland Jr jack any age first on Cook Farm Belle sweepstake ennet In the Senior Herd they won the cup for the best jack and three jen nets Greatland Cook Farm Belle Gibson Girl and Queen of Greatland Out of seven shows this firm won four firsts three seconds and the cup for the her ing Cook Farm Belle has defeats over 160 of the best jennets in Kentucky and Tennessee in the past year not losing a single first or a sweepstake ring Last September she won first in lass and sweepstakes at the Tennesse State Fair Nashville and first in elm and sweepstakes at the Blue Gras Fair Lexington as well as at the Nlch lasville and Paris fairs In the past even years they have only been second once in the herd ring and their collec tlon of cups won by jack stock is ono of the finest in the country The majority of these jacks and jennets were redvon Mr Cooks Dix river farm Its a pity when sick ones drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart and Kidneys That Is all wrong A weak tomach means weak Stomach nerves hvays And this is also true of the Heart and Kidneys The weak nerves arc instead crying out for help This explaIns wily Dr Shoops Restorative Is promptly helping Stomach Heart and Kidney ailments The Restora Ue roaches out for the actual cause of these ailments the falling inside nervesII Anyway test the Restora tlO 48 hours It wont euro so sCIon- as that but you will surely know hat- help is coming Sold by Pennys Drug Store Since he has no direct heir to the throne who will bo of constitutional uge it is said that President Roosevelt has put his aon la law Nicholas Long worth in training to succeed his friend Taft whom he now regards as the only man In the United States fit to succeed him as president Frankfort Journal A pleasln good high grade truly vored amber colored cup of coffee- can be hadand without the real Cot feo 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 ColTee both healthful and satisfying No 20 to 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says Dr Shoop Ir served as coffee Its taste will evep trIck an expert Test it and see unnys Drug Store Henry L Godsey of Hazel Green died in Washington of heart trouble lie attended Central University and arried Miss Berta Snail of Danville Mr Godsey was the orator of his graduating class A clever popular Candy Cold Cure Tabletcalted Preventlcs is being dispensed by druggists everywhere In a few hours Preventlcs are said to- break any cold completely And Pro mtlcs being so safe and toothsome are very fine for children No Qui- nino no laxative nothing harsh nor ckenlng Box of 9825n Sold by innya Drug Store Passed Ixaralaatloa Sueew fully James Donahue New Britain Conn writes I tried several kidney Nmo dies and was treated by our boat phy slolant for diabetes but did not im provo until I took Foleys Kldnoy Remedy After the second bottle I showed Improvement and fie bottles cured me completely I have since passed a rigid examination for life Insurance Foleys Kidney Remedy cures backache and all forms of kid ney and bladder trouble New Stanford Drug Co John Hays Hammond was reelected president of the National League of- Republican Clubs SrFoleys Orlno Laxative Is a nev- remedy an Improvement on the laxa lives of formeryears as It does not gripe or nauseate and Is pleasant to take It Is guaranteed New Stanford Drug Co POSTEDW- e whore names appear below ItrtctlT huntinK nblng or kInd of ire aulng on our places and will prosecute vi latort to the full extent of the law Alex Mrs Mary le pter Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mottle White Hlmpion llrot TInsley Hpoonamo P w Carter lien P Martin loIlt Lawreuce Iteubon Curtis J B Hocker J M Pettut T A Klce Morgan Ohappell Amandt Schaeffer Green Kerrtl J L Holtxclaw QW hasty Mrs JIt Pulltam K L IMlllam Peter Ilalmer1fn Katherine Ador A Ollannc James NCnsti J Nevin Carter OMIlack Joseph Halloa M H Mrs Jat Unlnei BOnmenlich Dr SGCarpeote- Mr llebeccn KOarpenter W P Marti AM J Thompson Thomas Kerrlll Jat H SkIdmore David Burton J K Hunch MC Richardson Krnst Mitt Mattle Ilewei Uelcbenbnch lroi Fred VonOruengan K Kflalnrt Albert VonQruengan A T Traylor Mlbum Gooch NlIPlummer Fred Uaumann Richard Hester Owiley Dunn Hester Will pester NunnelleyJW WO Kloyd J 1 Jarvis JW IlauKhtnan J E Brucg J O Hpratt W DUOOCU MaryU L B UnderwoodJkSon Mrt lven John M Carter Martin Alcorn John WmOordler Dan Traylor M D Klmore- MM N ioode O E Tate David more ni John Juler It O Durham W o clout OotllbOllck Fred Handorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob JJ Thompson D M Anderson J K Moser Mr and Mrs Jan H End A Kltmit Mrs NI Morton JJKIIIott MrsOro Lognn Mrs Mary llufmann Wm Fields W It DauRberty Frank Conner Ilev Father Jeo DrO0 Perry UW H H Uaugbmun Urlnb Albright Contral Kentucky Real Estate Mans TITLE CO No flOaoret on the Waynetburg pike near Highland 6 roost houte barn andotl1 outbuilding nice orchard This proper ty is near churc and schoolhouse U Kell worth the ilN-qNo1lraacresladlesouth of Crab Or chard on tbe Htate road has u twottor house good barn or ha and II well water ed about JO acres of this land U button lAnd and produces One crops A bargain Rt K castle balance In one and two yenta No 8litacres on Duck Crock near Way nelburg 4loom house born am other out ulldlnat plenty of water Cuih price No4108acres BJ near Level Oreen Rock catle This farm hOI a new 1 ory framehouse would cost to build now tXX Rood barn crib de located nest churcb nnd school This It n plea home anll- can be bought for 110 per acre W cash re ninderinllntontbNo the above farms Jncros In cultivation Dwelling of rooms good burn and other outbuildings nice or chnl One ot the Itsprings iii county Price flfw half cash balance I and J 6HI here udjolnlng farmt No and 110 acres In cultivation balance In tlm- wr Good white oak hickory nnd tome fine- cedar Hits 2ttory log hu e and Rood orch- on well watered Cash price sawo No 7 acret near Marettburg Ky150 ocree In cultivation good dwelling house bflrn nnd necessary outbuildings line wattr- nnd school church nnd It Httatlon Rice SJ y4 cash balance In one und two year- sNoSUtacres nearConway Ky nearly all of this farm It bottom land Ono for corn- and meadow erGOd dwelling bouse new bun nnd other buildIngs on county road Imllel from form College Cash price fV 000No 3acrel on Drakes uiCrab Orchard This fnrm adjoins the farmlIscessury buildings This Is n bnrgalnat1- M per acre No 1078 acres near Stanford Ky In- nIce can bulldingsetcbefor full particulars In regard to all the eve farms neo or write L R Hughes or- Jllmes I White Htanford Ky Business on the Square I will be lnOrnbOr oh this and winter to leach on all kinds of musical In itrumonti BntlifucUon ttIMIOKJHATHOX FOR SALE I Ilhode Island Red Pullets and Cockerel Eggs trom selected pen II per IS Wild Mallard Duck Eggs or young Ducks IlIlITOIfllhone Eczema Is Curable ZBMOt a scientific preparation let external use Stops itching Instant and destroys the germs that cause ak diseases Eczema quickly and II permanently cured by this remarkab taedklat Druggletl Write for IRr pie E W Rose Med Co StLoulaMo Pennys Drug St- oreINSURANCE Tire WInd Htorm Life aad- Aooldnt None but the BTKONOEUT BBflTOompanletlteprcientcd Lowest 101 itkle Metes Paying Reo ira Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 BRIDGE LETTING 1 At committee the Lincoln County III cut Court I will receive sealed bids for 8n Iron or steel bridge over Hanglna York creek on the Stanford A Ilustonville pIke All bldt to be In on or before Oct JIJiJI Two quans each 32 feet long lei fees whir OJ COO IKU Clerk Htanford K- yoopeiPeoologtoo Fire andLife Insurance Representing old and established Com panics Odd Fellows Building Stan ford Ky If You Want to Keep Posted on Political Doings Subscribe for th- eIetucky StateJournal I The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky Write for Price and Particulars to- N Fi WALTON Frankfort Ky Special Exhibit of The aloha Hot Blast At our Store on Wednesday Sep30 Burns SLACK or SOFT COAL without smoke or soot Heats dou blo the space heated by anyother stove with one half the fuel Clean Economical Neat The kind to buy for service A money savor for people who want a good stove nt an honest price See it in operation You will like it Sold crdusivcly by GEORGE H FARRIS YOUVE been reading a lot wear and wear ability of paint and there are paints that do have these qualities But theres one paint that has more than these for it possesses the peculiar quality of sustained wear namely the Mound City Horse Shoe Brand the paint with the life in it the paint thats made of honest Lead and honest Zinc and Pure AgecJ Linseed Oil the paint that wears and looks better than Lead Horse Shoe Brand Paint all colors always gives a clear beautiful living look to the fin ished job Never bleary or muddy or dummy none of that dead dullappearance Then too it pays to come to a store where they arc able to advise you and help you to get the most good out of paint If you read this ad you will know where such a store is right in this very town Besides the House Paint theres a Horse Shoe Paint for every purpose Floor Paint Barn and Roof Paint Buggy Paint ToWaukOn Stain Screen Paint Wagon and Implement Paint what you want for whatever you want to put it on Lets tell you about one of these Horse Shoe Brand Specialties Floor Paint Horse Shoe Brand Floor Paint is the best floor paint we know anything about for the reason that the more you wash it the harder it gets like cement Wears like concrete and yet keeps alive all the vivid color that it had when first applied So when youre ready for paint that it paint and does what good paint ought to do heres the place and heres the store that sells it You can trust the paint and you can trust the store two things 4 worth remembering For Sale by The New Stanford Drug Cor I PAL J OPENING t of the newest and best j Clothes Shoes Hats Caps Furnishings in town for your mon ey Our stock of Fall and Winter goods is 4I more complete than ever before Come in andsee our goods be fore you buy elsewhere SAM ROBINSONIJI Pirst 3aona2ank Stanford RyIOrgantxtd 882 Capital Jtoet Iso 000 Surplus and ndlvld d IProfilt J9 000 r jffat paid in ftioidonds sinco Organisation S2500 fnvto flew jfecounts on Our Sherryij OFFICERS DIRECTORS J S Rocker PresldenlF Reid J H Daughman PresidentiM D Elmore J M Pettui S T Harris Vice II Daughman J F Cummins John J McKoberts CashierS T Harris James Robinson H C Baughman Asst Cashr T p Hill J S Hocker WWSaundersBookkeeper C E Tale If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B MoRoberts DRUCOISJ Ji J TANRORD