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I THE INTERIOP JOURNAL VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1908 NO 60 Enjoying The Great Northwest BOZEMAN MONT Sept 2liMy wlfo and Httlo son Elmer and myself are still enjoying Gallatin Valley which it surrounded by tho Rocky Mountains I am In good health and have gained 12 pounds In the two weeks I havo been hero My wire and little son are in tho beat of health Yesterday wo had a tine run through tho valley in a largo automobile Wo made a trip of about CO miles and enjoyed It very much ai wo got to look over a good portion of this great valley and tho vast wheat I Ifieldl and numbers of threshing ma chines It la nothing to BOO a 200 or rfield oflwhcat yield from 30 to- bushels to tho aero Wo like this country fine and havo met a good many fino people a number of them being from old Kentucky Wo will leave hero Thursday for Yellowstone Park for a short stay From there wo will start for our old Kentucky homo whore I hope to meet my friends and tell them tho rest J C HAYES = A Card With the True Democratic Ring Your suggestion In a recent issue of your valued paper That all candl dates for county offices before tho pri mary lay aside their own races and work for tho present National and county ticket I think Is a good one I will for myself that my time will be devoted from now until tho polls close on Nov 3 in an effort to Increase tho democratic majority In Lincoln county for tho National local tick et Wo should now go after the common enemy So lot tho battle cry of every democrat bo Itch for Bryan 4 and the local tickot Let the people rule Respectfully J MOSEnI1 They Take The Kinks OutI t I have used Dr Kings New rHoI Pills for many years with Increasing I gati faotlon They take the kinks out of stomach liver and bowel without N II Brownfuss or friction says of Ilttsflftld Vt Guaranteed sails factory avIVnnys Drug Stove S6c Report of tM OomiUHHi of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK nt Hinnford IB tin Hint f Katahjr a t the CtUM BflMMlltMIHli t welnkCNt- f iIin4 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nt the clow of lm ln M R llIHHiODKC- mLonnnntul DUcountu IITITM T- oOtTrdrnftMOCUrrdnndunwourrd 10H Ir llond to uro etraulutlon WM 00 rremlmiu on U H band Ia0 ro MoiuUieciirltlMuto 9Nu1 HiinUliiK house furniture unrt tlx turn eollill Other ral elute owned 3422 47 Hue from National Hnnk notre IIglItIM1GI II- i t r Duo from Btate llnnki A nnnkur 81 Hue from IIllprontJ r orwngentt 3eaun heck null other cmh Iteuu W Notes of otlwr National Bunk 1130 00 Frnctlonal pupor curronoy nlqk clsnndcad 16h70- f lawful Money Iteeno In Hunk vi Hiwolo IKWtt Q Igaltenacrnot 881100 llvdemptlon fund with V Trea- xuror5lwrcentotclrculatlun 2JAOhts4l LIAlIlttTIRK Capital Block paid In 50oqo 0 Hurpluf fund ITtw 00 Undlvlilutl pront leii uxpenscii and taxtipnld YMI m- National honk note outstanding tajxa Duo to other National Ilunki aelaao Due to Btalo llank and Unnkcri td Individual dopoilU luhjcct chock VttflU in Demand oertlflcattfi of loHiil 6180 80 Time of Notei and bills redlicountud I 1041190dl Htatoof Kentucky County of Lincoln II- IIJohn J McItobcrU Oaihler of the ahoij namvd iMink do lolomnly swear that the nbovo tatoment U true to the beat of my a knowledge and belief r JOHN J MoJonxareCashier 4tqtinyofttept 190tlsworn1YtM1rlghtNI Correct Attettt JH Hooker 8 H Batlgh 111111 D Elmow DINotOriJ CHURCH MATtERS Tho protracted meeting at Buckeye conducted by Rev Campbell resulted In 21 additions to that church Dr Carter Helm Jones formerly of Louisville has resigned his charge nt Lynchburg Va and accepted a call to tho First Baptist church of Oklahoma City Okla Eld W G Montgomery closed an eleven day meeting at tho Christian church bt liradfordsville which resulted In additions Ho assisted the pastor Eld J Q Montgomery Tho Christian Endeavors of tho 8th District will hold their annual meeting in Danville Saturday Oct 31st Every society is urged to send a largo dole gallon G L Carpenter President Tho State Sunday School Convention will meet at Newport Oct 8 0 10 11 inclusive All delegates wishing certi ficates and Information regarding same can apply to President J F Holtzclaw PreachersviUo Ky The Bible says that Ills namo was Jesus and there is none othernamo un der heaven whereby man may be saved Mr Taft is a member of thq Unitarian church which church denies tho divin ity of Jesus Christ denies His resurrection and ascension into heaven Which Is correct tho bible or Mr Taft Somerset Times A Glasgow dispatch says Rev A A HigRlni pastor of the Presbyterian church here recently received a call from one of tho largest Presbyterian churches In Central Kentucky offering him a salary of 1800 a year Though quite a young man and receiving less than 1000 a year from tho Glasgow church ho declined to accept tho offer giving as his reasons that his present field was tho one where ho way most needed Rev Higgins is a son of Mr and Mrs W H Higgins of this place MATRIMONIAL Charles E ftorrisT of Louisville and MiM Maud T Settle of Danville were married in JeiTcrsonvillo Robert Graves of Livingston an L N conductor was married to MIll Sallie Baxter of Richmond The wife of EId James W Harding w dead at Winchester aged 80 The counlo had been married 05 years Maurice Sumlar of the East End and Miss Martha Manuel of tho Halls Gap section wore joined heart and hand Saturday William Jennings Moran 25 of Dan ville and Miss Ethel Young tl of Highland were married Sunday at the homo of the bride Had not the misfortune befallen their son Mr Joe T Embry Mr and Mrs Samuel J Embry Sr would havo eel ebrated the 60th anniversary of their marriage yoaterjlay afternoon But man proposes and God disposes and their program could not well have been carried out By tho way three of the four comparatively young people who waited on Mr and Mrs Embry at their wedding are still living They are Muse damos Jennie Buchanan of Crab Orchard Susan Campbell of Arkansas and Mr S II Shanks of this plnco Dr William Huffman who died at Lancas ter several years ago was tho fourth attendant Tickling dr-yerCougls will quickly loosen when using Dr Snoops Cough Homedy And It so thoroughly harmless that Dr Shoal tolls moth ers to use nothing olso oven for very young bablos Tho wholesomo green leaves and tender stoma of a lung healing mountainous shrub glvo the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy U calms tho cough and hoals the sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or supprois Demand Dr Snoops Ao copt no other Sold by Pennys Drug- Storn President Roosevelt made public a long reply to Mr Bryans letter In which ho compares tho number of prosecutions under tho antitrust act during tho last Democratic Admin stratton with tho number under his Administration Tho President again bitterly denounces Gov C N Haskell and criticises Mr Bryan for his attitude toward the former treasurer of tho campaign committee Mr Roosevelt expresses unwillingness to have campaign contributions made public before election on the ground that such publi would be mado tho basis for unjust criticisms of tho Republican cam paign A Sureenough Knocker J O Goodwin of Reldsvlllo N C says Bucklona Arnica Salvo Is a sureenough knocker for ulcers A bad one canto on my leg last Summer but that wonderful salve knocked Its out In a few rounds Not even a remained Guaranteed for piles sores burns etc 25o at Pennys Drug Store Washingtons new SOOAOOO union station has tho largest baggage room under one roof in tho NEWS NOTES Heavy rains havo fallen In Iowa and light raitjs in Kansas and Missouri John Phelps shot and fatally wounded his brotherinlaw Bryan Woodard in Menlfeo county Mrs Eliza Bragg widow of Ma- Con Braxton Bragg of the Confeder ate army died in New Orleans James S Sherman the republics nominee for vice president will speak at Danville III the home of Joseph G CannonTemperance hosts paraded the streets of Chicago in what was intended to an annual exhibition of the strength oCI the foes of liquor- A collision near Livingston Mont caused by a blinding snowstorm result ed in tho death of 16 passengers and the Injury of 11 others Leslie Carter formerly a prominent politician and capitalist of Chicago andI tho former husband of Mrs Leslie Carter the actress Is dead At Borden Ind Harry Okers clKhtI years old shot and seriously wounded George Fordyce aged 14 The boys had previously quarreled John Glasco aged 50 years living on a farm near Anderson Ind shot and killed his wife and then attempted sui side by cutting his throat Louise Lonadale an actress sued Blame Elkins son of the West Virginia Senator and railroad man for 100000 alleging breach of promise Since the beginning of the epidemic of Asiatic cholera in Russia there have been 15683 cases officially reported from which there have 7102 deaths The largest gathering ever at Hyde Park London was that to protest against the licensing bill Over 300000 persons were in and about the park- J D Ford known as the Dollar Mayor is dead ut Timpson Texas He would only accept a salary of 1 a year during his term as mayor of Timpson Justice Stills denied the application of Harry K Thaw for a jury trial to de termine whether or notThaw is sane but promised to give Thaw a hearing Broughton Brandenburg it is alleged is the literary agent who forged the Cleveland letter and who attempted to get Samuel Gompers to apostate the mouse whoa he was seriously ill Judgo It L Stout decided that it was not a violation of tho constitution for the Legislature of this year to appropriate 5600000 for buildings and maintenance of tho State University and Eastern and Western Normal Schools Suit for 16000 damages has been in stituted in the Shelby circuit court against Councilman A J Glenn by Miss Mamie Martin aged 14 through her mother and next friend Mrs E E Martin for alleged slander In the petition it is alleged that Glenn uttered slanderous words about tho girl in tho l roaence and hearing of divers persons Simon Gross and Bert Flinchum were killed in Estill county near the Lee county line by John Hoffman HolT mans sort had been accused by Gross and Flinchum of having stolen some thing from them and they had him un der arrest when Hoffman demanded his sons release which was refused HolY man then procured his shotgun and killed both men instantly with one shot Hoffman Is still at largo Tho second day of tho Cynthlana fair was replete with stirring Incidents Ed Fitzwater fired two shots at Joseph Wills and wounded two Negroes In the 230 paco a sulky broke down and dumped James McMurtry president of the association upon tho track bruising him up Tho aeronaut fell a distance of 10 or 12 feet and was painfully hurt A horse driven by Miss Emma Ammer man shied at an automobile and after running a short distance dropped dead How to get Strong P J Daly of 1247 W Congress St Chicago tolls of a way to become strong lIe says My mother who Is old and was very feeble is deriving so much benefit from Electric Bitters that I feel Its my duty to tell those who need a tonic and strengthening meillclno about lt In my mothers case a marked gain in flesh has re sulted insomnia has been overcome and she Is steadily growing strong er It Electric Bitters quickly remedy atomacH liver and kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at Peonys Drug- Store 60c- Taft and Bryan were both in Minneapolis but despite the efforts of both to meet and exchange greetings the several engagements made for them prevented Messages were however exchanged Judge Taft spoke at tho dedication of the now Y M C A building in the afternoon and at tho Fowler Methodist church Foleys Orlno Laxative is a new remedy an improvement on tho laxa tives of former years as It does not grlpo or nauseate and Is pleasant to take It is guaranteed New Stanford Drug Co IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tho wife of Matt Currey is dead at Uarrodaburg Thomas Pollard died at his home on Sugar Creek Garrard county- J J Hackett has been appoints postmaster at Dudley Rockcastle coun tyMiss Sarah Walker sister of J Stone Walker is dead at Richmond aged About 70 Mrs William Pritchett died at her home in the Marksbury section of Gar rard county Mrs Sallio Kirklltcr aged 87 years died at Pcrryville She was the widow of Henry Kirkliter formerly of Louisville Misses Sallie and Mary Yeakoy sis ters aged 81 and 83 died at thi home- or Fred J Conn near Hyattsvllle Gar rard county within two days of each otherA and Kern club with 200 members was organized at Harrudsburg Saturday C E Rankin was made president and Charles T White secretary Such clubs will be organized in every precinct in Mercer county In a shooting affray near Bradford ville James Fallowell was so badly wounded that he died Those who took part In tho fight wero C E Mullins and- bll brother H J Mullins on one side and James Fallowell and a son Clint Fallowell on the other Sam and Will Wiggins and Andy Crank were dismissed on the charge oi killing Clell Smith The wives oUhese three men were also Implicated but wero likewise discharged There was- no direct evidence all being circumstantial Smith was found dead on his wagon his body filled with shotMt Vernon Signal After much hard labor some Lancas terhustlers hnvesucceeded in raising the necessary funds to construct an upto date opera house The funds word rais ed by private subscription and are am plo to construct the house desired The two large second stories over tho Blue Front Sweeney room and the store of Smith Herring will be thrown into ono raised to proper height and fitted up in the very latest and best manner Lancaster Record IN MEMORIAM In loving memory little Emma Lee Albright daughter of Mr and Mrs R L Albright She was born May 26 and died Sept 14 It was so hard to part with sweet little Emma Lee so hard to see her suffer and die But God knows best and while ve grieve for her it is not as those who have no hope for we know she is safe in the arms of Jesus Who said Suffer little children to come unto Mo and forbidthem not We all loved her but God loved her best and has taken her to be with Him So cheer up fathermother and friends Little Emma is dead and can not return to us but wo can go to her Full oft we see the brightest thing That lifts its head on high Smile in the light then droop its wing And fade away and die And kindly is tho lesson given Thendry the falling tear They camo to raise our hearts to heav en- They go to call us there ONE WHO LOVED liEU TilE KENTUCKYFUTURITY Kentuckya Great Trots begin at Lex- Ington Oct 6th and run through the 16th Tho first race of the first day is the great Tennessee Stake in which the fastest racing pacers now in training Minor Heir 1591 and Tho Eel 2021 will meet 13 other crack pacers such as Jerry B Copa do Oro 203 George Gano and others Tho second race of the day is the Futurity tho richest and greatest trotting colt stake in tho world Ninteen colts are eligible cluding Justo 2101 The Harvester 210 Helen Hale 2141 Leading Lady Binvolo Henry Setzer Oro Lambert Thistlq Douno and others that havo shown better than 212 this season Colts valued at over 100000 will start in this race and it will be worth com- Ing miles to see Remember the dates Oct 6 to 16 and the rates one fare on all railroads Passed Examination Successfully James Donahue New Britain Conn writes I tried several kidney remedies and was treated by our best physicians for diabetes but did not Im provo until I took Foleys Kidney Remedy After the second bottle I showed improvement and five bottles cured me completely I have since passed a rigid examination for life Insurance Foleys Kidney Remedy cures backache and all forms of kid ney and bladder trouble New Stanford Drug Co The Fall racing season has been open en at Douglas Park Louisville Many of tho best horses in tho country are there Chasing the Rainbow Musical Comedy Waltons Opera House Wednesday Night Sept both fiLL WoolIFit Style II Is What You OetWhenYou a ion schaifner i Marx suit a Our Fall Line Is Up=to= Date and Complete Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY SEND FjE1A 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 rrls PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadway wo arc obliged to seek n now location To avoid the great expense nUll risk of taking down loading hauling and resetting in the new show room wo propose erecting wo offer the largest as sortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments 128 Headstones 85 Markers at most attractive prices Persons who may wish lo purchase later in tho year could order now and have their work reserved for future delivery Wm Adams lSon 142 North Broodway Ky1J0 The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON = W L MCARTY Ii a cnnclldnte for ShortlY of Lincoln coup tyiubjjcttotlie action ol the democrat M S BAUGHMAN It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count abject to thu action of the democrat JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln count abject to the action of the Democrats party M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county abJect to the action of the Democrat any JAMES Co HAYS Its candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Ii candidate for the Democratic nomlnn tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject tc the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN II a candidate for Anessor of Lincoln coun ly subject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLEY Ii a candidate for Aiiouor of Lincoln coun tyiubject to the action of the democrat party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryant of Nebraska For Vice President John Worth fcrn of Indiana For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county For County Judge John Sun Owilty Jr For Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE CHAIRMAN MACK late Saturday af ternoon announced the appointment of Herman Ridder of New York as treasurer of the Democratic National Com mitteo to succeed Charles N Haskell of Oklahoma resigned Mr Ridded has accepted the appointment and will leave for Chicago in a few days to take up the duties of the position Mr Rid der is unsold newspaper man and is the gentleman who called on Mr Bryan just before the Denver convention and while pledging his support entreated him not to accept the nomination for the presidency IT now looks as if Commonwealths Attorney R B Franklin will be nornl nated to succeed himself Judge Pols grove of Franklin and Neville Fisher of Paris having withdrawn from the race This is as it should be Mr Franklins good work of prosecuting thosewho brought about the death of Gov Goebel should entitle hint to the office as long as he wants it Hois one of tha best Commonwealths attorneys- in the State and it would be bad policy and an exhibition of ingratitude for his party to relegate him to the rear IT is said that in the East the set ting of forest flrts is a regular Indus try by those out of employment The law of New York gives every man 2 a day for fighting forest fires and an of ficial report on Adirondack conflagra tions three or four years ago noted that that was more than most persons in the timber regions could earn in other ways TilE county unit is now a law in In diana The Legislature Saturday pass ed the option bill by a vote of 55 to 45 Five Democrats voted for it and four Republicans against it Intense excite ment prevailed while the vote was being taken The temperance forces stormed the legislative halls and won the day TilE Somerset Journal says that the speech of Mr 0 H Waddle opening the campaign in Pulaski was disappointing and aroused little or no enthusiasm Probably the republicans who heard it eould not get out of their minds that their present leader was until a few years ago a rampant democrat HASKEIL has resigned Du Pont has resignedand Foraker has been elimi nated from the present campaign Cant somebody suggest something to put a quietus on Teddy 7 He doesnt seem to know when it is his time to keep quiet THE JUt Vernon Signal is now free whlto and SI that good paper having reached its majority last week We hope it willlive to be a thousand years old and that its clever editor will break Mathuaelnha record for longevity WIZEN he was governor of Ohio For aker declared the Confederate battle flaga should never be returned except over his dead body An exchange suggests that now is the chance as his i body could not be deader Frank C Linnvijte has been appointed postmaster at Bird countyQt r POLITICAL The Chapman family of Pike county claims to have 20 votes in it for Bryan and Kern Gov Charles N Haskell of Oklahoma resigned as treasurer of the Dem ocratic National Committee Gen T C Du Pont chairman of the Speakers Bureau of the Republican National Committee has resigned Gov Fort of New Jersey has been left 250000 by the will of Mrs Abby Reasoner which was probated at Tren ton TheJDemocrats of New Hampshire In convention at Concord nominated Geo R Bingham of Manchester for Gov ernorChairman Hitchcock of tho Repub lican National Committee denies that other resignations may follow that of- T Coleman du Pont The Ohio State Democratic Cam paign was formally opened at Mans field John W Kern was the principal speaker at a rally held Saturday night It is said that Gov Wlllson will ape point Dr A T McCormack of Bow ling Green to tho vacancy that will oc cur on the State Board of Control after Jan1 Dr McCormack is a straight democratGov N Haskell issued an open letter to William R Hearst tak ing the New York editor to task for his attitude in the present campaign Gov Haskell discusses at length tho issues of the campaign- W J Conners chairman of the Dem ocratic State Committee of New York made public figures of his preliminary canvass of the State which ho said show that Bryan would carry the State by 100000 plurality- In his speech at Cincinnati William J Bryan had this to say of Roosevelt All I ask of the president is that he put into practice for a month and a half what ho has talked about for seven years and that is a square deal The result of the primary election for the Republican nomination for Gov ernor in Michigan is in doubt The con testants are Gov Fred M Warner and Dr James B Bradley A recount of the votes in several hundred precincts is now in progress at Lansing Senator J B Foraker is out in a lengthy statement referring to the Hearst and Roosevelt charges in which he severely scores the President and mildly roasts Judge Taft He denies that there was anything improper in his connection with the Standard Oil J Bryan Saturday night gave out at Milwaukee a reply to the recent letter of President Roosevelt Mr Bryan says he knew nothing of the charges against Haskell prior to his ap pointment but remarks hat Haskell Is entitled to a fair hearing Incidentally he reviews some of the issues of the campaignW received a remarkable series of ovations in Ohio great crowds greeting him at Springfield Dayton Cincinnati and elsewhere At Dayton the crowds were so large that Mr Bry an was compelled to make several speeches In Cincinnati the welcome extended the democratic leader was demonstrative and enthusiastic Samuel Gompers in testifying In connection with the injuntion proceedings against him John Mitchell and other labor leaders declared that the whole case was based upon an opinion given by Judge Taft He also charged that an emissary oj James Van Cleave pres ident of the National Association of Manufacturers had attempted to bribe himWilliam R Hearst in an address be fore the Independence party State Con vention in New York read another batch of Standard Oil letters written- as he said to or by John D Archbold One of the letters was to former Senator McLaurin of South Carolina Mr Hearst renewed his attack on Gov Haskell and brought a new charge to the effect that Haskell was one of the organizers of the Steel Trust A Investment Mr John White of 38 Highland Ave Houlton Maine says Have been troubled with a cough every winter and spring Last Winter I tried many advertised remedies but the cough continued until I bought a 50o bottle of Dr Kings New Disco very before that was half gone the cough was all gone This Winter the same happy result has followed a few doses once more ban ished the annual cough I am now convinced that Dr Kings New Dis covery Is the best of all cough and lung remedies Sold under guaran tee at Pennys Drug Store SOc and 81 Trial bottle free e W J Bryan made a dozen speeches- in Wisconsin A feature of the visit to Madison was the presence in the hall where Mr Bryan spoke of Senator Robert M LaFollette who occupied a prominent seat among the audience and who in reply to a direct question by ope of his admirers if Mr Bryans are gument on publicity of campaign contributions before elections was not all right responded yes it is Pink Pain Tablets Dr Shoops stop Headache womanly pains any pain anywhere In 20 minutes sure Formula on the 25o box Ask your druggist or doctor about this formula Its fine Pennys Drug Store The ninth annual exhibition of the Louisville Horse Show Society begun at tho Armory last night and tho event this year will be the most its portant In the history of the society This year will witness the Rreatest number of exhibitors and ever seen in a arena in Louisville Among those from a distance who will either as exhibitors judges or visitors are Alfred G Vanderbilt W H Moore president of the Rock Islai ailroad Rockefeller nnd Miss Emily Bedford Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar affords hr mediate relief to asthma sufferers In the worst stages and If taken in tIme will erect a cure New Stanford Drug Co Tho drouth threatens Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio with an epidemic of contagious diseases Warning has given citizens by health boards to boll the drinking water Good Farm For Sale I desire to sell prlvat my SWVacro fRrm 8H miles Bonthputt of Hustonvllle It U RII In grot except 10 acres and Is well Impra ed Will sell foronothiril cash end Ilnuce on easy payments For further partlculn write to or call on C T Itolion Lebanon MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No flo F A A M will meet Instated communication on each first ROIl third Monday nights of each month at 7c oclock In their hall on Main street Htnr fond Ky Members of sister lodges are frr ternnlly invited to be present O Llellny WMr W IVnnlngtonHec FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 110 Rcr gore ood blue grail land lying one tulle North of McKtnnoyc the Htanfont pike Improvements nnd fencing good of water frul Also acres of timbered land one 11110 East of MoKlnney half under lance plenty of water and good tobacco land See groii Ing crop J A OIVtNH Agent McKlnney Ky Eczema is Curable ZRMO a scientific preparation fot external use Stops itching and destroys the germs that cause Ikln diseases Eczema quickly and permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co SuLoulJ M Pennys Drug St- oreINSURANC Tire Lightning Wind Htorm Life and keoldent None bat the BTKONOKHT and 9K8T Companies Represented Lowest Fo bible Rates Paying stet nil Unequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J Good Farm For Sale I will sell at public auction on TII uns DAY OCT H 1W At 10 oclock my farm of 1M acres one mil west of McKinney on tho Ilustonvllle IIntl MoKlnney pike and 5K miles from Hustoi vllle known as tho Michael Cloy place The farm Is In a fine state ofeulttve tlon and over half Is virgin soil The Ice provements Include a good dwelling par and other outbuilding watered nt fencing Is good Terms made known ondi of laic Apply to Oobb Danvlll Ky or John r Cash Htanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I As administrators of Samuel Lindsay I will sell at public at his late home lone mile South Crab Orchard on the Ot tenhelm pike where Matt llolman now lives beginning at 0 oclock A M on WEUN ESDAY COT 71W8 the following ane mUloll milk cow 7 sheep Shogsabout 6 In Held In hone wagon buggy I hay rate mowing machine plows harness and othc to mention Tu- rllllcAlhJIIlJOIIUnAdministrator Hamuel Lindsay B F Reynolds Auct Wept 3d W Public Sale- of Real Estate We will sell at public outcry on SATURDAY OCT 17 118 about acres of Ilx River bottom land This land Is within one mile of the town 01 Crab orchard About 100 acres well timber ed Land will bo sold In parcels to suit pur chasers and as n whole Sale be utadt to suit purchasers Terms and mad known on sale For Informatloi call on or address A Addanu Crab Orch ard Kyor W H Iturch Stanford Ky JOIN BUOHANANH H118 Crab Orchard Ky OCT It 1908 Auction Sale A- TJOIiNSOhIA FARM Danville Ky 35 Registered Jerseys 68 registered Pa land Uhlnn Duroo Jersey cows cows iiiul heifer bred buhclIlel a heifer calves service bulls Importer bulllred by uhlunplon Flying Fox I Bt IjimlxsrtTormentor Also some tine yoiinir tunics one WORn ling one yearling one twoJjel1r old AI these animals are urn the Jerseys are of the best Island nn American breeding Catalogs ready Hopt 15th Sale begins at 10 oclock with the mules hogs then the cattle Address W W JOHNSON- or R T QU18KNI1KIWY Danville Ky LUMBER NOTICE I I have bought a boundary of white IInd rod oak Hhanks faro and have moved my mill close to Itowlnnd 1 wilt have constantly on hand lumber for Sa- llulls sawed to order 0 O RrRAK 0 Woynesburg Ky For Sale Privately I My house and lotI house contains lIsht rooms with cistern and pantry rooms Rnd alt necessary outbuildings such as smol house buggy house coal house hen houle and n very stable For further duo scrlptlon food J JI11U1OHT Htanfonl Ky The Truth Every person in this city who iuuf feting from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zcmo a clean liquid fOI externaluse All durgcists sell ZEN PENNYS DRUG STORE McKINNEY MAftlLE 1 GAANIT WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In anti manufacturers of Gran end Marble Monuments First Clns orJi at Reasonable DIces ODIcu and Wor McKlnney Ky Shop closed on Hntunl Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives insta relief and permanently cures any fontl sf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E VI lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whethera 100 price business suit or the finest ovvnl clothes will have that Individuality end which plainly Indicate they were made tc your measure trousers taketsuture for extra coats and overcoats Fall and Winter al1l pies on hand reedy for your Inspection HO RUPLKY The Tailor e FirstClassBuggy Painting Phone G MEDAIRY McKINNB- YKYAdorinas Fox Is a handsome large young Jersey Bull lungtheIt land of Jersey Bngland and America UII sire Is one of the bulls ever Import and his dam Is n show cow thAt has given IrIetroLikesome Ancestor and have a strletbr goc cow you should avail yourself of his ler vice lie will bo IIlIow to serve a limit number of approved registered cows lut 0Icow to be brt Telephone i5Ntnnrord Ky N ItWe have to offer three extra rhol bull calves that will be sold at right pr- iceCONCRETING We nre In position to do all kinds of lion cretlug as Work 1avnmei and lu fact we can nicks any front house down ton fenoe post Wo can lenyou promptly and guarantee dntcla pilebeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Stop That Cold To check early colds or Grippe with Praventlfi means sure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a co with PrsrenUcs Is safer than to let It run and obllf ed to cure It afterwards To be sure Jre Leona will cure even a deeply seated br taken the sneeze stagethey break headoa these early coMs Thats surely betted Thats why are tailed PrtrenUcs QUIDInetchilly If you nee If you ache all orer think 0 Prarentlc Promptness also save of usual sickness And dont tom your child I ther1t f rlthncis nlghtorday Ilerelcpro ably lies Prerentlcs greatest effldency Bold Ir exes for the pocket also In 25o boxes of IPrerentlc InslJt on your dmggUW thing y- iPrcvcntics PENNYS DRUG STORE FOR SALE I If not sold privately wo will oWe for sale o- nOCT 9 1908 tho Stigall homo of 255 acres eittia Ion tho Pcrryvillo piko seven mile West of Danville Farm well improved New scvc room frame residence good stock an hay barns LIVE STOCKSaddle Stallion Chester Chief 1120 JQpincz i Pcrcheron Stallion 1018 5 hroo snares 11 jennets j 5 jacks 15 year i ling cattle 50 good owes and huge Also hay corn andoats All farming implements TERMS Unlle 810 cash STIGALL HEIRS Perryvillo Ky wan over Shoes Possibly there is not a Shoe under the sun more universally worn more extensively sold and advertised today than the WalkOverIt t Walks Over and Walks Away from the rest We are the sole agents in Lin coln county Our Fall stock is now in com prising Patents Vicis Kangaroo and Calf Skin i f in all the new lasts heavy and L lightweights at 3504eOO and 500 f H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY r u ijiistonvillerHave now their Fall stock complete for your inspection Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Effortst I ever Attempted in Hustonville Our prices always conservative See our Tailored Gowns new end pretty Wo Imve just introduced this line Lndic Skirts our Fall lino of Cloaks Ladies Misses and Children you will find to ho money savers to you Shoo stock now complete Wo have handled the Sterling Shoo for years to our satisfaction and to the trade Try a pair and bo convinced Every depart meat is now complete and ready for your inspection Yours for fair ex change CHAS WHEELER HUSTONVILLE KY I the Lincoln bounty national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 I fl Resources 34000000 3 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER 0 Jt DIREOTORSi r J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachcravillc Lilburn Gooch Gilbert Creek s Red Cedar Churns Boundwith Brass Hoops f r r Geo Da Hopper Stanford Ky I The Interior Journal STANFORD KY SKIT 20 1908 NEW assortment of local view postcards at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MRS R J IIU Lvisited her Bon at Seaman 0 CIIAIILES E UOHON of Lebanon was up again Sunday Mns ED WILKINSON spent severe days nt Crab Orchard Miss LIZZIE DAVISON spent severs days at Crab Orchard Miss MARY CARTER spent severe days at Crab Orchard Miss KATIE TURPIN of Richmond is with Mrs B D Carter DEN HARDIN of Monticello was wits his brother Mark Hnnlin Miss MAGGIE LEWIS of Crab Orch- ardt Is with relatives here REV W S GRINSTEAD of Versail les is here with his family WILLIAM TUCKER went to Bdwlinfc Green Saturday to enter college Miss PnACiilE BAUOIIMAN spent soy It eral days in Lexington with friends ASSESSOR E D KENNEDY comment ed taking tho Stanford lists yesterday Miss VIRGINIA BOURNE Is in Hunt Ington West Virginia with relatives Miss ELLA DAm TrE of Huston yule was tho guest of the Misses Van veerMu KINDRICK ALCORN Is still quite sick though his condition is somewhat ImprovedMR WALKER of Nicholas vlllo was hero Sunduy to see a charm ing widow MISSES LILLIE Pia of Chicago and Leo Bobbitt of Danville aro with Mrs W T SmithG- RANVILLB LUTES has moved his family into the Fenzel property on Lan caster street DR J G CARPENTER attended tho 4Kentucky Medical Association at Win cheater last week MRS MARY A WALLACE and daugh I ter Miss Mary Etta Wallace are visit jag Danville friends MR AND MRS W IL SHANKS havo moved back to their farm The former Is not in good health MRS G T GRINSTEAD and little daughter of Somerset spent several days with relatives here Miss MARGARET PULUNS of Paint Lick is the guest of Misses Margaret Huffman and Vera Totten MU9DAUK3 L B COOK and C E Tato attended the C W B Al Conven lion at Hopklnsvillo last week MRS C L DORSEY and little daugh ter Mcota of Louisville arc with Judge W L Dawson and family Miss KATHBRINB WARREN of Somer set spent n few days with tho home fqlks hero and left for Texas yesterday EARL COLEMAN who is attending a pharmaceutical college In Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with the homefolks hero MR S II ALDRIDGG and family have moved back to Garrard much to the rev Bret of tho many friends mado during their sojourn hero Miss STELLA McCLARY is threatened with appendicitis She Is at tho home of tho late Laban Withers in tho GII berts Creek section MR J T EMDRYS condition Is very encouraging and unless something un looked for occurs ho will soon be en tirely out of danger MISSES BLANCHE VANDEVEER and Mattie McClary left Sunday morning for Indianapolis to enter the State School for the Deaf BEVERLY Hour had the misfortune to fall in practicing foot ball at Stato Col lege breaking his left thumb Tho in jured member is doing nicely we aro glad to say MR HENRY G PEDIGO of Glasgow was here yesterday mingling with old friends Ho once lived in Stanford and clerked for tho dry goods firm of Hughes Tate MR GEORGE L WILUS private sec retary for Congressman Harvey Helm is hero for a few days Mr Willis home is at Shclbyvillc where ho is held in very high esteem MR W L NEAL of Gold Bar Ne vada who Is largely interested in what promises to be a goodpay Ing gold mine I is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J C Neal In1 tho West End Miss MAUDE CARTER left Saturday for Indianapolis where she will teach again Miss Mary Carter leaves today for Council Bluffs Ia where she will be associated with tho School for the Deaf CABBL OWENS of the Q C force is sick at his home on College street Itov end Mrs S B Lander aro the guests of Mrs Landers Mr and Mrs J L WaddleSomerset- Journal LOCALS THERE are several cases of scarlet fever In town wo aro sorry to state JUST received a car of American Woven Wire Fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky- WiwAti MINOR of tho Shelby City vicinity has a bureau which has been in use in the Minor family for 125 years and It was quite an old piece of furniture when his forefathers came in to possession of it GET Singletons prices on stoves SEED Rye for laleJ II Bough man Co FALL opening Sept Your attcn tlon solicited Miss Frances VanDe veer FALL Opening Wednesday Sept 30 Pattern hats and novelties Come Misses Straub LOST n pair of check reins between Goodknlght farm and J H Baugh mans residence John Lair Stanford W P KINCAID of Paint Lick has rented a warehouse at McKinney and will buy and receive tobacco there when tho season opens THE Crab Orchard Graded Schoo taxes are duo If not paid by Oct 1 a penalty of 5 per cent will be added M M Perkins treasurer and collector THE latest and most stylish hats wil bo displayed in my millinery patio Wednesday Sept 30th All aro cor dially invited Miss Ella May Saunders TilE Hustonvillo Graded School taxes are past due If not paid on or bofor Oct 5 a five per cent penalty will be added J H Hockcr treasurer and collector THE ladles of th oBaptist church of Hustonvillo will servo refreshment Friday and Saturday afternoons next in the side rooms next to Lipps Pea vyhousos store Patronize them FOR SALE Mysplendidly Improved farm of 180 acres Ono of tho best farms in tho county On Hustonvill pike three miles from Stanford Cal on or phone me A J Rico Stanford Ky THE largo barn on Mrs Farrara fern near Lancaster burned causing heavy loss She had fGOO insurance on the building and a similar amount on the contents with Beazlcy Hamilton th Lancaster insurance agents It is not known how tho firo originated TUB court of appeals has overruled tho petition for a rehearing In the case of Robert Mocker from Lexington and Hockcr must hang for the murder of Newton Veal Hockcr used to live In tho Hubble section and hung around that placo when evading tho officer after his fearful crime A SUCCEsse the unan Imous verdict of the newspapers In ev cry town where Chasing the Rainbow is presented This big musical comedy headed by Earnest and Fox supported by n company of 26 singers and dancers and comedians will appear at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night Sept 30th CASHIER R IL METOALF of tho Mc Kinney Deposit Bank if fortunate it having a wife who knows the banking business lie was at the Murphy sale tho other day and when we asked hin who he left In charge of his bank he answered Mrs Mctcalf is looking after it She knows every detail of the work and can run it just as well as I canBIG LAND SALE Thomas Lanlersol his farm near town this morning to Senator R L hobble and Mack Eu banks tho consideration being 125 per acre The farm contains about 55 acres and is one of tho richest in the famous Bluegrass country Senator Hubblo and Mr Eubanks will bo welcomed as citizens of Doyle county Advocate Mr Eubanks has sold his 225ncro farm to J C Rankin of Pu laski at 100 TRIAL ToDAYSam Rothwell who took part in tho shooting affray at Moreland Saturday night a week ago was placed in jail Saturday and his trio is set for today Ills wounds are healing but he is not a well man yet Den Ferrill and others who were shotaro do- Ing nicely Steve Benedict who was in the trouble is still in jail but Jim Hughes who was working out an old fine took leg ball last week and ho has not since been seen Tho riddance is a good one- IIORTONA good old mother went to a glorious reward when Mrs Nancy Jane Horton breathed her last at her home in the East End Saturday night She had been in bad health for years and critically ill for some six weeks Deceased was p6 years old and one of tho best women in tho county She had been a consistent member of tho Chris Nan church for a half century and was willing and ready to meet her Maker Mrs Horton was Miss Nancy Jane Clark of Madison county Sho is sur vived by two sons Rev B C Horton of Fort Thomas and John Horton who lived with her and Mesdames James Grissom of Bliss Adair county and R C White of this county May Ho Who tempers the wind to tho shorn lamb comfort and strengthen them in their irreparable loss In the presence of a large concourse of sorrowing friends the remains were laid to rest In Buffa lo cemetery yesterday afternoon by thi side of thoso of her husband who pro ceded her some four years Rev Hor ton and Mrs Grissom were denied the sad privilege of being with their mother when tho end came but arrived in time for the burfal r THE first frost of the season fell last night Tho thermometer registered 38 this morning SEE the splendid Webber wagon on salo at Coffey Bishops store More land Best farm and road walton made ONE TARE plus 25 cento round trip to Lexington October 010 1908 via L i N account Fall Races Kentucky Trot ting Horse Breeders Association MR E C JORDAN of Waynesburg brought to Stanford and turned over to Jailer Coffey Will Perry charged with misbehaving in church Ho will be tried this week RAINBOW mu steal comedy success of the season will be presented by the Earnest and Fox comedians at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night Sept 30 Tim Misses Ltpps Hustonvillo mill nets will have their opening on Friday and Saturday Oct 2 and 3 They extend a cordial invitation to the ladies of the West End to come and see their stock MK W H HIGGINS the popula grocer gave our people an enjoyabli treat Friday At his store Mr Blultt representing the Heinz Preserving Co served products from that great concern Mr Jack Hutsell of the National Biscuit Co gavo away box after hoof fine crackers Uneeda biscuits etc while Mr Higgins set up Chase San horns coffee by tho gallon Hundred of ladies and many men visited the storo during the day and enjoyed the good lunch STANFORD as has also many othe towns had to shut off the water for sprinkling and almost every other purpose Come over Ed bring your bucket and wo will supply you as we have about 10 feet over three acres By tho way what do thoso Lancaster croakers think of this as they made 10 much fun of the little pondas they saw fit to call the artificial lakeLan caster Record In quantity your wate is all right Lewis but they do tell us that a person is compelled to hold his nose while ho drinks it so bad is thi odor from it ONE of the most essential things foi tho success of the musical comedy it the selection of tho chorus Engaging girls who are pretty and can sing and danco and act is a problem that requires a world of practice Messrs Earnest and Fox havo been busy since the early Spring selecting girls that can come up to these requirements and a glimpse of the chorus in Chas ing the Rainbow which will come to Waltons Opera House Wednesday night Sept 30 will show that their ef forts have been well rewarded The newspapers In every town played by the company have something to say ol tho beauty and shaplincss of the chorus girls and they have been largely re sponsible for the success of tho production TABLES TURNEDAs Air Thomas Jennings one of Nccdmoros mer chants was going home from his store tho other night two men stepped from the roadside and ordered him to throw up his hands Mr Jennings did so but ho fired his pistol into the air as ho did it and tho wouldbe robbers stood aghast Now run you scoundrels or Ill put a bullet through each of you remarked Mr Jennings and the fel lows skiddooed in great fashion Mr Jennings is not in the habit of carrying a pistol but it was fortunate fcr hin that he had one that night The weapon had been borrowed and It was re turned tho afternoon of tho nttemptei holdup Wo are sorry Mr Jennings didnt march the rascals to town and turn them over to Jailer Coffey TilE following gentlemen have beet appointed to servo as election officers at tho November election 1908 Stanford No 1J 1 Wilmot judge- D W GIvens sheriff Thomas Ferrill judge Hart Luce clerk Stanford No 2T A Rice judge Leo Hill sheriff Major Reynolds judge Cicero Reynolds clerk Stanford No 3R M Newland judge J T Morris sheriff J F Cum mins judge J J McRoberts clerk Stanford No 4Wm Logan judge Lilburn Gooch sheriff Wm Cordier judge Ii J Darst clerk Crab Orchard No IR H Bro naugh judge P E Parrish sheriff Ben Lunsford judge John Holtzclaw clerkCrab Orchard No 2Snm Magco judge Sam Chandler sheriff James Melvin judge K D Noakes clerk Waynesburg No IJames Reynolds judge Joe Koontz sheriff Joe Record judge Dean Hays clerk Waynesburg No 2J B McKee judge W C Alford sheriff Craig Leach judge J L Johnson clerk Waynesburg No 3D R Adams judgo Elbert Baugh sheriff M S Bostin judge O G Speake clerk Hustonvillo No IGeorge Hunn judge J J Allen sheriff J B Myers judge W D Rocker clerk Hustonvillo No 2J B Williams judge J G Lynn sheriff J B Hona ker judge Val Morse clerk Huatonvllle No 3Thomas Walker judge Ike Tuttle sheriff Charles Ash ley judge John Newell clerk LET Jesso D Wearen Stanford in sure your tobacco FOR RENT After N ovI the Hard residence on Logan Avenue will bo for rent A T Nunnelley A GOOD crowd attended the sale of furniture etc at Llnnietta Springs near Junction City Saturday and satisfactory prices were realized The five shares of stock In the Crab Orch ard Banking Co brought 10750 CHASING TUB RAINBOW a musical comedy with 20 big song hits including the famous burlesque Tho Finish of Salome IIa satire of the reigning fea turo of New York theatricals will be the attraction at Waltons Opera Housi tomorrow Wednesday night Sept 30 CLUB ORGANIZED An enthusiastic Bryan and Kern club was organized hero Saturday afternoon Judge J S Owsley was chosen president T A Rice vicepresident T J Hill Jr secretary R M Newland treasurer The club will meet at the courthouse in Stanford at 230 each Saturday after noon Join it next Saturday and help push a good thing along TimE countycommittee of Garrard met Friday and nominates Judgo A D Ford for county judge W S Carrier for assessor J E RobI- nson for county attorney W B But ton for Representative rend Miss Jonah Higgins for school superintendent There was only candidate for each of these offices A primary was called for Nov 28 to nominate the rest of thi county officers TilE democrats fKingsville are reo quested to meet Friday night Oct 2 at that place at 7 P M for tho pur pose of organizing a Bryan and Kern club There will be a lot of good speak ers on hand The democrats of Way nesburg also are requested to meet at Wayncsburg Saturday Oct 3rd at7P for the purpose of organizing a dem ocratic club and there will be speakers on hand for that occacsion Dont fall to bo at each place W H Shanks chairman FRANK LEE CHATHAM who was shot by Mr Ike Shelby some four weeks Saturdarandwhich inset fortoday Chatman claims that ho is paralyzed from tho wound and cant walk but the officers thought it best to hold him while they had him He has been at a house near Shelby City since the shooting and has had the best of medical attention It will be remembered that Chatman with sever al others camped near Mr Shelbys and the trouble arose over the former take ing corn from the latters field When Trifles Become Troubles If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Foley s Kidney Ilemedy at once and not risk having Brlghts disease or diabetes Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not nelay taking Foleys Kidney Remedy New Stanford Drug C- oPUBLIC SALEo- f Farm Stock Orops nnd Farming Implements Having decided to change locutions I Writ toll to the highest bidder on TUK8DAYOCT K0l 8 beginning nt 0 my splendid homo sit unt d on the Hustonvillo mid Danville pike out mile from llu tonvlllc containing IC acres of floe Hlue Iran H In Rood blue gross sod and the remainder In timothy and clover except about u ucre In cultivation A modern dwelling of rooms bnlli nod porches y barns und all repairWIIUcisterns Llvo stock one pair well broke work horses 7yoursold three good brood mares two node colts one nlco yearling horse 6 good milk cows a nice calves two nice1lymouthnod oats grown on farm Deerlng binder mowing machine wheat drill Kenwood clod crusher S Iron beam Oliver Chilled turning plows smoothing harrow etc Two horse wugon buggies wagon nnd harness plow gear household and kitchen COlllparRtlVelrnowhnll rack etc Terms made known on day of sale Possession given Nov Free Sinner for nil It IOHUISMAN llunonvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE Fine Blue Grass Farm I will offer for sale on the premis ed three miles from Harrodsburg on the Frankfort pike o- nWednesdayOct 708 at 1 oclock P M my improved farm containingI 250 ACRES LAND Tho land is nil in clover Blue Grass mid hemp Has nn abundance of water some fine timber well feiic Cdi 75 acres have never been plough ed tobacco barn will hold 10 acres of tobacco seven room dwelling All tho premises in good repair Farm is one milo from L S It R Station nUll oneball milo of good school Sale will be absolute the terms very liberal and possession of land given at once Sam ForsytHe Harrodsburg KyI dead About These em Goods 1 j We have just placed on sale the following desirable merchandise These goods are right from the fashion centers of the world There is a big change in the styles of Cloaks and Dresses for this season and the styles are pretty too Come let us show you the New SuitsNew Curtains New Cloaks New Portierres New SkirtsNew Druggets New Tan Shoes Now Counterpanes New Patent Shoes New Bordered Percales New Herringbone Dress Goods New Bordered Calicoes New Wide Wales Dress Goods New Satin Bands New Derectoire Belts Hew Tassels New Neckware Etc New Buttons New Extra Long Corsets New Outings New Gloves New McCall Patterns New School Shoes New Linens The new trimmings for this Fall are Satin Bands Buttons Drops and Tassels We have them SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY of the and the is You dont any in run of For by W H e C ac p cS Co II n jcs c0A ftP tjIt g w 0 e O II C a p NO G co C Jrn0 c- jco E G CEIIa gUJ Im A = t7 TRIBBLE HUGHESD- ry t Goods Shoes I STANFORD KENTUCKY I CANT zE- ROBESN A 1 POCKET KNIfE I Tteir made temper here chances buying because they regardless price Sale HIGGINS ffid mS i7M gne W gci Notions YOU I The Interior Journal Jtolered in tAt PotlOffict at Stanford weendelan I matter pIILIeU O TOKSDATS AMD rsIDTI- AT 5100 peR yeAR CASH when not 10 paid 1200 will be charged L tN TINE TKBL Not Idoulh1121 r x No houth 1JSS P X No 2l Nortb4 as K No SJ North X18 F K JOS S RICE Agent BeD CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Vor the arrest and conviction of any person trespoMlng farm day or night o doing Injury to etockin traveling the rub lie Injury to tock from the lands of other iwopIf This reward rovers to and III nro I also offer a spec fat reward of so for artlcularfee me I alto offer two ape lal rewards of liO and IWeflchTaCarpenter A S PRICE Surgeon DentistI STANFORD KENTUCKY Office goer McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building George B Pruitts reduced prices will continue until Oct 15 G B Pruitt Moreland A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property including Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 I detlre to MIll prlvntelymSsplendldBlue- raes form of ffB nores Wast End of Lincoln count one mile North of McKlnnoy Farm Urn on splendid pike os well us on the Q A O Uallrond Is S mule from Hustonvllle and 3 Mlles from Hanford the county sflt Farm Is well SmprotQ and haM all necessary buildings HplemlUlly flnc1 and no bul1dOI1CH of water Convenient toMboolsandahuroliesI ond especially convenient for trader und BhlpjMTS Oneol the best stock farms In Lincoln county All of the land U product ive and umnohlne ran tw rnn over every foot of It About lOOiicreslncultlvntlonand the crop show for Itmlf cure are being prepnrtnl for wheat this Fall For farther particulars addrwig or call on H OWENS McKlnneyKy JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and EmbalmI en Also Dealers in Fur niture Matting Rug They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InlHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY rjflJci Phone HomeJPiiote S5 FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE13gdyearling mules D M Anderson Stanford Leo Rankin sold a lot of 1000poun cattlo to Perry Ingram at 4c grazeI 40rMoreland Ky Sam Uyslngersold to John C Black of Madison 16 fine cattle at 340Mt Vernon Signal- A few Polled Angus bull calves subject to register for sale J W Baugh man Stanford Ky The average value of land on Man hattan Island according to the assess meat is 272173 an acre R L Throckmorton of Nicholas has sold to R T Campbell of Masoi county a fouryearold jack for 900 Mrs George W Logan rented her farm which was advertised In this pa per to T L Tucker of the West End Tho Lexington running races promoters are said to have lost about 3 000 on their meeting which ended Satur dayJ B Honaker and Charlie Lutes of the West End bought a lot of mules at Somerset at 100 to 175saya the Times A large tobacco factory at Adams Tenn owned by Ben Sory of Clarks ville who is a nonassoclaUo man was burnedThe farmers of Nicholas county art planning for a big celebration and fair to be held at Carlisle on or about Octo ber 17th- I desire to rent out about 30 acres of wheat land Parties wishing to seethe land can call on Dr G G Perry Stanford WANTED to pasture 25 or 30 head ol cattle on the Estes farm near McKin fey Apply to Albert Epperson Mc Kinney Ky A horse can live 25 days without sol id food merely drinking water 17 days without eating or drinking and only five days when eating solid food with out drinking At B Ramseys sale in the Paint Lick section mules sold at 9650 a good pair of mules was withdrawn at 435 cattle brought f43 corn In field sold at 250 to 301 Farming implements bronght satisfactory prices- A Woodford county farmer who is raising a crop of tobacco planted a lot of dynamite near his barn and connect ed the various lots by wires A num ber of hogs got into the lot and in root ing around touched off the mine and seven fine porkers were killed LANCASTER COURT There were some 75 or 100 cattle on the Lancaster mar ket yesterday but buyers and sellers were far apart and there were few sales One bunch of good twoyear olds went at 3Jc Mule colts brought 40 to SO The horse and mule trade was slow At J S Murphys sale in the West End sheep brought 460 to 585 sows and pigs 13 to 14 horses 140 to 160 mules 100 to 125 mule colts 65 to 75 farming implements sold well The mill at McKinney was taken down at about 8000 and will be sold private ly An immense crowd was present Its a pity when sick ones drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart and Kidneys That is all wrong A weak Stomach means weak Stomach nerves always And this is also true of the Heart and Kidneys The weak nerves are instead crying out for help This explains why Dr Shoops Restorative Is promptly helping Stomach Heart Rod Kidney ailments The Restora tive reaches out for the actual cause of these ailments tho falling inside nerves Anyway tort the Restora tive 48 hours It wont cure so soon as that but you will surely know that help Is coming Sold by Pennys Drug Store Congressman Ollie tames will leave for a 15 days speaking tour in behalf of the national democrat ticket through ilissouri Illinois Michigan Indiana tad Ohio A pleasing good high grade truly lavored amber colored cup of coffee can be had and without the real Coffee danger or damage to healthby simply using Dr Shoops new substi tute called Health Coffee1 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 even trick an expert Test it and see Pennys Drug Store This ole world were livin in Is mighty hard to beat We get a thorn with every rose Butaint the roses sweet A clever popular Candy Cold Cure ablet called Preventlcs is being llsponsed by druggists everywhere In a few hours Provcntics are said to break any cold completely And Pre ventlcs being so safe and toothsome ire very fine for children No Qui nine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Box of 4325i Sold by Pennys Drug Store An exchange asks What becomes of ill ihe Whytheyfalltoearths- nd become terraplnsAtlanta Consti tution Special Exhibit of Tho GloDe Hot Blast At our Store ou Wednesday Sep30 Burns SLACK or SOFT COAL without Biuoko or soot Heats double the spaco heated by anyother stove with ono half the fuel Ciena Economical Neat The kind to buy for service A money saver for people who want n good stove nt nn honest price See it in operation You will like it Sold exclusively by GEORGE H FARRIS LEXINGTON TROTS OCT 6 TO 16 The Greatest in the World STAKES 75 000 PURSE 431000 FUTURITY Tuesday Oct 6 3000 TENNESSEE Tuesday Oct O 5OOO TRANSVLANIThur dR Oct 8 3000 CUR ST4I EMondaOct12GII- EAT 20 1 PACE FrldnOctD GREAT FrccForAll PACE Thursday Oct Iff GREAT 205 TROTWednesday Oct 7 Other Sensational Races Dally Webers Prize Band of America BLANCHE BERNDTMEHAFFEY SopranoSoloist IN DAILY CONCERTS ONE FARE ON RAILROADS Young Mens Clothes Ederheimer Stein Co Makers this Fall PROVIDEDespeciallyschool and college age Bought the smartest Young Mens styles of makers sp- ecializingYoungMens I clothes Thats why the garments were selling best meet your ideas of the sort of clothes you ought to have Youve probably gueiied the makers name it Ederheimer Stein Co No other name 10 closely associated with stylish clothes for young men I no other house devoting to much thought study and ripe experience to this one branch of clothes making Weve got the newest models many nifty styles of cuff and lapel patterns are the richest American and foreign weaves Youll find your choice among them For Sale by H J McROBERTS YOUVE been reading a lot wear and wear ability of paint and there are 1 paints that do have these qualitiesBut paint that has more than these for it possesses the peculiar quality of stlst illcdjwear namely the Mound City Horse Brand the paint with the life in it the paint thats made of honest Lead and honest Zinc and Pure Aged Linseed Oil the paint that wears and looks better than Lead Horse Shoe Brand Paint all colors alwaysit gives a clear beautiful living look to the fin ished job Never bleary or nVuddy or gummy none of that dead dullappearance Then too it pays to come to a store where they are able to advise you and help you to get the most good out of paint Ifyou 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 Paints Barn and Roof PaintII t Buggy Paint ToWaukOn Stain Screen Paint Wagon I 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 docs 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 thingsfworth rcmemberin2JFor Sale by The New Stanford Drug Cor FALL AlI OPENING of the newest and bes- tlottesSlioesltots GipsFuniisiiinjis in town for your mon ey Our stock of Fall 0 and Winter goods is more complete than ever before Come in 1 andsee our goods be fore you buy elsewhere fl SAM ROBINSON 17 r STANFORD KY JITZL57athrnTl tank l Stanford flyY1 Oryanixttl SS2 Captlal Slack SSOOOO Surplus and VndMtlttt Profits J9OOO f t Has paid in Eividonds since Organization 2f500f- noilo 9otv Accounts on Our 9larils OFFICERS DIRECTORS I I S Mocker PresidentPol Reid J H Banghraan S VicePresidentD Elmore JMPettui CumminsJohnH C Baughman Asst Cashr T P Hill J S Hocke- rWWSauodersOookkeeper C E TatejIf you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ited and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts DRUOOISJ Iip aTANFOIW