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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL ri VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 1908 so at I MIDDLEBURO Wild ducks on tho river here since Tuesday morning have furnished fine sport for the boys R M Sharp has moved to his Knob Lick farm Ho sold his house and three acres of land on tho Liberty pike to Mort Estca for 400 Mr J R Wilson tells us that In ono voting precinct In Russell county thero are 49 voting Wilsons and 48 of that number are democrats Meson Tapscott McWhorter and Frederick have contracted with Mr W T Earls tp build a nice cottage bn his farm near New Salem It is being reported here this Wed t nesday morning that i M Sims has sold Olympian Springs for 30000 though the report has not been confirm ed Doth sidca of tho graded school ques tion are getting busy and things are warming up some The election will como ofT Saturday and while tho vote will be close It looks now llko thor will bo a small margin in favor of tho school Rev W G Tilford attended tho Sunday School Union at Wayncsburg Mr and Mrs Joe Elliott visited relatives at Liberty Sunday William McClure of Mt Olive was hero Saturday Clco t Thomas came up from Phil Sunday to r iseehis beet girl MATRIMONIAL Every married couple may calculate upon 1194304 dccendanta in about 600 yearsMot Waggoner and Miss Florence Dudley of Columbia were married in LouisvilleJ of Chattanooga and Miss Ada Leo Marcum were joined in a wedlocks holy bonds at tho bridoa home in tho McCormacks section Wed nesday The groom U a prosperous 1travelini man while his bride is a young woman and very pop f itiWar She Is a daughter of Mr Sam I1 TIM wholesome hormlosa greet loaves and tender stomnof a lung heal Ing mountainous shrub give to Dr J flhoopft Cough Remedy Its curative properties Tickling or dry bronchial oottffhs quickly and safely yleW to lisle highly olTcoitTo Cough medleino Dr Snoop ns un s mothers tbot1 they pan with safety give it to over very young babe No opium no chloroform abiolutcly nothing bomb or harmful It Galmil tho dUtrcssIng oougbi and heals tho sensitive mem brands Accept no other Demand Dr Shoop Sold by Pennys Drug- Store The Doyle county grand jury indict ed Den W Durham of Junction City on tho charge of willful murder Some 6 s weeks ago ho killed John Wright and at his examining trial before Judge Parycar ho was acquitted The grand jury had witnesses summoned and re turned an indictment as above It is Inotlikely that tho case will bo tried court Would Mortgago tho Farm I A Farmer on Rural Iloutoi Kmplro tiGa W A Floyd by numo says Arnica Salvo cured tho two worst sores I over saw ono on my hand and ono on my leg It is worth more than its weight In gold I would not be without It If I had to OnlyrGruund was broken on tho public square at Somerset for the purpose of converting it into a beautiful park on which over 3000 will bo expended A large fountain will adorn tho center of tho squarowhlle through it will run concrete walks Tho park will bo set with bluegrass and shade trees and will bo illuminated by electricity Saved His Boys Life My three year old boy was badly constipated had a high fever and was In an awful condition Igavohlmtwo Idoze of Foloys Orlno Laxative and morning tho lover was gone Iand ho was entirely well Foleys k Orlno Laxative saved his life A Volkush Caslmer WIs New Stan ford Drug Co A Washington correspondent deems it of sufficient Importance to telegraph that John W Yerkes is in lino for This Is tho first time tho distin r tTart gentleman has been heard from tho rollers ran over his favorite Fairbanks in tho Louisville convention Frankfort Journal- In tho four cables of the Manhattan i I bridge now being constructed over the East river New York there will be 23100 miles of wire weighing 12670 000 pounds and coating 507125 Leslie Dudloy carter son of the ac tress Mrs Leslie Carter Payne has an pounced that he will contest tho will off his father v r 4a One Fare Rate Secured For The Newport Convention For the first time In several years woI havo secured a one faro rato to our Stato Convention at Newport October fell With tho magnificent program this ought to Insure by far the largos convention ever hold in tho State The selling dates are Oct 7 8 9 and 10 goodreturning to leavo Newport not later than midnight Oct 12 This will give all the delegates a day of sight seeing in Cincinnati if they prefer to remain over tho 12th No stop over privileges aro allowed Each county is entitled to three sets of delegates first 10 at largo select ed by the county association or appointed by tho county president or secretary second delegates appointed by tho Sunday schools each school In tho State is entitled to ono delegate for ev lory 100 or major fraction thereof enrolled third pastors and superintendents aro ex officio delegates Every delegate must havo credentials signed by one of tho county officers This en titles them to free entertainment on the Harvard plan that is for breakfast and lodging Meals will be served near tho church for 25 cents To Insure en tertainment tho namo of every delegate should bo sent to tho chairman of tho entertainment committee Rev II T Hanihue Newport not later than Oct 1stEvery county within 100 miles ought to send its full delegation as tills is to be tho very best convention we over held and It comes ata time in tho his tory of tho Sunday school work In tho Stato when it cAn accomplish most Every Sunday school is urged to send at least one delegate and if they can not find any ono who is willing to pay his own way it would bo a good Investment for the school to pay the way of tho pastor superintendent orsomo ear nest teacher For program and detail information call on your county president or secre tary or write to tho Stato secretary E A Fox 712 Louisville Trust Build jog Louisville K- ycaUltcsThero will bo preaching at the Christ- Ian church Sunday morning Eld W G Montgomery will fill hit appointment at tho Christian church at Hubble Sunday morning and night The German Baptist brethren havo organizations In 41 of the Stutea with 1154 churches an increase of 53 over the last report The ladles aid society of tho Christ- Ian church will meet with Mrs J T Dudderar on Somerset pike this afternoon at 2 oclock Tho Mod Saloon League will be the subject of Rev T W Barker at tho Methodist church Sunday morning Tho Junior Leaguomeetlng begins at r M Preaching at night The Dible press of Oxford produces on an average 3000 copies of tho Dible not to mention prayer books every day The skins of 100000 animals aroused every year for the covers of Ox ford Bibles Elbert E Young of Highland was assigned to tho pastorato at Deattyvllle by the Conference which was held at Darbourvillo last week Itev J D laggard was assigned to the Kingsville church Rev S M Carrier a former Lincoln county boy goes to College Hill Madison county Stomach trqubles would more quick ly disappear if tho idea of treating the cause rather than the effect would como Into practice A tiny inside hidden nerve says Dr Shoop governs and gives strength to tho stomach A branch also goes to tho Heart and ono to tho kidneys When these In side nerves tall then tho organs must falter Dr Shoops Ilestorutlvo Is directed specifically to those failing nerves Within 48 hours after start- Ing tho Restorative treatment patients say they realize a gain Sold by Pennys Drug Store State Treasurer Edwin Farley says ho will havo enough money in tho treas ury next week to pay all tho country school teachers in tho State the first in stallment duo them which amounts to about 375000 The VicarIs it true Samuel that your father allows games of chanco to be played in your house 7 The Boy Thero aint no chance about it sur they all cheats Foleys Honey and Tar cures cou ghs quickly strengthens tho lungs and expels colds Oct tho genuine in a yel tow package New Stanford Drug Co I HoaxMen live faster than women JoaxThats right My wife and I were the same age when wo were mar vied but Im 50 now and shes just 31 Tho cholera reports at St Petersburg show that tho totals since tho begin sing of thocpidemlc are 5655 cases 2168 deaths and 1651 rccoyeries e a NEWS NOTES It snowed a little at Frankfort Mon dayW H Taft spoke at Lincoln Neb to a big audience Wednesday night The Mountain Hotel at Harlan Court house burned causing a loss of 1500 John Reed was fatally shot in Mc Cracken county by Emmett Wood Both were dunking Basil Ashcnhursc for killing Tom French in Cumberland county was giv en 21 years In the penitentiary- In the elections under the Rose coun ty option law every county in the Tenth congressional district of Ohio voted dry Thero have been 600 deaths from the bubonic plague at Tong Sha miles northeast of Tien Tain China since the outbreak of tho epidemic John McClurg president of the Cos mopolitan National Bank of Pittsburg and for many years a wellknown bus ness man of that city is dead Charles Clines big barn containing several bead of stock and a large quan tity 6f tobacco was burned to the ground by Incendiaries in Mason coun ty The forest fires which during tho past few weeks havo caused extensive damage throughout the eastern part of Now York State have been effectively checked by rain John Henry Neville vice president of tho Kentucky State University and ono of tho leading educators of the South for half a century died suddenly at his home at Lexington of heart fail ureLittle Eunice Anderson the eight yearold daughter of Charles Anderson of Cumberland county was kicked on the forehead by a mule crushing her skull from tho effects of which she diedAccidents in coal mines of tho United States during tho last calendar year re suited in the death of 3125 men and in jury of 5134 more according to statis tics lust made public by the geological survey Rev F H Hill and his wife were ac cidentally drownod in Chaplin Rlyer Nelson county Monday afternoon They wore married at the Gait Honso In Louisville Saturday night before Mrs was formerly Miss Marga ShelbyIUpon tho second appeal the Court of Appeals affirmed tho life sentence im posed upon Elijah Blanton in tho lIar Ian Circuit Court for the murder of his wife The court reversed tho life sen fence given in tho first trial on instruc tions Blanton claimed the killing was accidentalAfter Gallipolis and Gallia county maJorlIthe County AntiSaloon League fought localIker stabbed North several times and North may die After James Hargis is dead and when it can no longer benefit him he has won a case before the Court of Appeals and his estate is relieved of the payment of tho forfeited bail bond of Doug Hayes Tho case which was de cided in an opinion handed down by Judge Nunn was styled James Hargis etc versus Beglcy County Clerk and was an appeal from the Leslie Circuit CourtCircuit Judgo R 1 Stout decided that J W Hedden cannot be removed from the office of State Superintendent of Printing by the Board of Printing Commissioners Judgo Stout holds that under the act creating the office it is provided that the term shall bo for four years and that Hedden under ap pointment of tho previous board holds- a good titlo to tho office for that length of time He was appointed in Jane 1906 Served as coffee tho new coffee sub ovcrywberoItrick even a cofftecxpcrt Not a grain of real coffee in it either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nuts etc have been so cleverly blended as to glvo a wonderfully satisfying coffee taste and flavor And it is made In a mlnutet too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Test it and seo Dr Shoop created HeAlth Coffee that the people might have a genuine cof tee substitute and one that would be thoroughly satisfying Inevery possible respect Sold by Pennys Drug- Store I lYoung man you rescued my wife water I beg pardon sir I thought she was your daughter Judge A prescription printed upon each 25o box of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Ask your Doctor or Druggist if this formula is not complete Head pains womanly pains pains anywhere get instant relief from n Pink Pain Tablet Pennys Drug Store 4 HUSTONVILLB George F Hicks who sold his farm last week to John R Martin left Monday for Montana where he expects to Wm Stodgtll of Chicago Is with Mrs FrankNorth Rn Young and wife of Louisville spent last week with friends and relatives here John M Dye who lives in the Matt Reynolds neighborhood on Green river killed a vicious mad dog recently that was seen on tho pike below Turners villa A black barrow weighing about 100 Ibo broke in my corn field about three weeks ago Owner can get same by paying for this notice and his keep Dink Jarman It Late reports from R H Givens son of Mr George M Givens gives his condition as serious Ills first opera tion not being successful necessitates a second one which will be performer as soon as he is in condition to stand It Every member of tho Christian church who has the interest of the church at heart should attend the Sat urday afternoon meeting A choir should bo organized and a new and bet terorgan take the place of the last rose of summer Milton McCormack is at home from a most successful seasons work as twirler for the Lexington ball team of tho Blue Grass League James Frye who made good with the same team In the box came home also to see the friends and relatives of his childhood They both have contracts for next sea sonNotices ore being received here of the approaching nuptials of Sam C Burton son of John D Burton and Miss Roxana McFarland at Southport Ind on Wednesday Oct 7 at 755 P M Sam is a native of our place where he has a host of friends who wish him and his bride a long life of unalloyed happinessThe meeting at the Bap tist church closed Friday night with IB additions to the church Rev Arga brite took occasion on the last night to literally skin All other denominations although the pastors ofboth the other churchos had attended regularly and assisted him dally in tho work upon requestA for the arrival and departure of mails from thsoflicewent into effect last week The change causes the arrival of our morning mail ona hour earlier and the leaving of our last mail in the afternoon one hour ear lier By this change all rural route and other afternoon malls always catch fast mall train No 2 on the Q C Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom tho widely known proprietor of tho Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several months suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to havo its grip on me when a friend recommend ed Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affect ed a complete cure The fame of this life saving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer Is worldwide Sold at Pennys Drug Store SOc and 91 Trial bottlo free A special tram Guthrie Okla says Gov Haskell announced on his arrival here last nlghtfrom Chicago that he would bring suit against William Ran dolph Hearst next Wednesday For criminal libel governor 7 Well I dont know what you would call itTo make him prove what ho said 7 No sir To make him prove what he said was not true IA Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health since wo began using Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills three years alto says L A Bartlet of Rural Route 1 Gull ford Maine They cleanse and tone the system In a gentle way that does you good 25oat Penny Drug Store Why Is a gun like a catY asked the conundrum fiend I dunno replied the victim Because they both go off But theres a difference What is 1t7 The cat comes backHarpers Weekly To quickly check a cold druggist arc dispensing everywhere a clover Candy Cold Cure Tablet called Pro ventlcs Proventics are also fine for feverish children Take Proventics at the sneeze stage to head off all colds oxol4825o Pennys Drug- Store The Indiana State Federation of Labor in session at Vincennes adopted resolutions declaring James E Watson republican candidate for governor unfriendly to labor and denouncing Gov Hanly for calling a special session of the Legislature to pass a county local option bill flLL Wool FitStyle Is What You t I ieWhenYou sa Hart schaflner i Marx sun Our Fall Line Is Upto = Date and Complete Cummins Sc Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY SEND HER A BOX TODAY No need to ask any woman if she likes Candy if you buy the kind we sell To please her and to prove your discriminating taste be sure the name on the box is Lowneys wastaautr PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky LEXINGTON TROTS OCT 6 TO 16 The Greatest in the World ST AKES 75I 000PURSES 21000 FUTURITY Tuesday Oct G 3009 TENNESSEETuesday Oct G 5000 TRANSYLVANIA Thursday Oct 8 3600 CUP STAKEItIonday Oct 13 GREAT 2 Ot PACE j Friday Oct O GREAT FrccForAll PACE Thursday Oct 15 GREAT 2t05 TROTWednesday Oct 7 Other Sensational Races Dally Webers Prize Band of America BLANCHE BERNDTMEHAFFEY SopranoSoloist IN DAILY CONCERTS ONE FARE ON RAILROADS If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts0STANOIfD RUa6rs The Interior Journal Eo Co WALTON WLMCARTY L a candidate for Hliorltl of Lincoln county lublecuo thlt action ot the d mocratlo party p M S BAUGHMAN It n cimdldnto for BherlfT of Lincoln county to the action of tho democrntlosubject JOHN J MOSER It a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county inbject to the action of the Uctnocrotli party- M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of abject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS lift candidate for Jailor of abject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER i It a candidate for the Democratic nomina son for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party j D C ALLEN tiIsa candidate for Auditor of Lincoln coun subject to the action ot the Democratic e party t J W FOLEY countr partyDEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryan 5of Nebraska For Vice President John Worth Kern of IndianatFor Congress HARVEY HELM s of Lincoln countyIt For County Judge JrIFor Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate t JAMES MKECHNIE there be and we emphasize the any democrat in Kentucky who glorious autumn full of prom IIF full fruition of hopes so long de iif there be any Kentucky or county democrat who marked- r t the honorable scars won in battles of otherjreara if there be any democrat who feels that while struggling in rr the ranks in other days he was betray ed by those who are now captains and colonels in thejfgrcat army marching toward WashingtonIf there be any democrat in Kentucky any democrats who brood overthe loss of days and nights offtoilingl which might have been of aval1 but for the desertion of now promoted and then trusted privates and officers if therebe any democrat 1whobelieves or remembers that some it of Kentucky Xrnostjgallant leaders were slaughtered by rewarded mutineers if we repeat there are any such in Lin coIn county or Kentucky the INTERIOR JOURNAL is herelto beg them to plead with them as tobrothers whose woes it too knows how to feel to never be caught evcnjfor ajmoment sulking in their tentsto forget at least until No vember 3 any wrong that theirIeaders have endured to forge now if theynever have before nor can again the stealthy stab dealt them by any of the privates or officers now in the columns marching on to listen only to the bugle that sounds suchjjromiae of victory as it never has before toI look ahead past captains and colonels and reclaimed deserters to where in the very front of the whole of the greatest army the world has ever known there leads as even he never generaljling world thata plumedknight a Chris tian man ajpatriotic statesman a great genius a popular ideal and the hope of the worlds grcatestnation can be uni ted in the same IdentityjAnd again if for we know of none there be any democrat in Kentucky who is to disheartened by the really politicsthatelectrified a nation that has promised victory in an hundred places where the enemyihas been entrenched for gener ationsifthere be any such any where in Kentucky we beg of them to remember this Kentucky democracy could nover livo down could never blot out the humiliating black pages of her record if she were to remotely contrib ute to or even seem in part responsi ble for the defeat in this gfcrious year of the gallant leader who never yet saw a Kentucky democrat in distress who neverlsaw a democratic nominee in need without flying with the wings of the wind irrespective of his own welfare to that brothers succor and aid MR BRYAN said in his Cincinnati speech I think that I pay Mr Taft a higher complment in assuming that he isable to conduct his own campaign than the president does in contending with him the leadership of the party in the campaign II Mr Bryan says something every time he opens his mouth to T ACCORDINO to the report to the geological survey just made public accidents In coal mines of the United States during the last calendar year resulted in the death of 3125 men and injury of 5134 more With all the inventions tomake minlnd8 rthlswholesale slaughter is inexcusable and calls loudly for legal action to force the introduction of lifts preserving appara tunAN effort is being made by the Gid eons an organization of Christian trav eling men to place a Bible in each room of every hotel in tho United States An excellent move in which we hope the splendid order will be successful BRYAN has Taft going some now The latter made 16 speechs in South Dakota Monday However 16 of Tafts speeches wouldnt equal oneof Bryans The correct ratio would be about 100 to one POLITICAL A democratic Senatorial primary will be held in Jessamine Wuodford and Scott counties on Nov 14 Hiram Farmer has wirhdrawn from the race for the republican nomination for Commonwealths attorney in the London district w Certificates of their nomination were filed with the Secretary of State at Frankfort by the presidential electors on the Independence League ticket which is backed by W R Hearst Twelve candidates for presidential electors were named by the New Jer sey Democratic State Convention at Trenton Monday The platform indors ed the work of the National Democratic ConventionJ Chiles one of the lead ing Negro lawyers and influential men among his race in Kentucky has repu diated Taft and will use his influence in in the interest of Bryan President Roosevelt will not reply to the latest letter of William J Bryan Secretary Loeb says that the President felt that inasmuch as Mr Bryans let ter was simply an attack on him person ally there was no reason why he should answer it- William J Bryan asked the Democrats of Lincoln Neb to remove the lithographs of himself from store and residence windows during the visit of W H Taft there These pictures were the germ of an exhibition of intense partisanship early in the campaign Circuit Judge James M Benton has announced his candidacy for reelection from the Twentyfifth judicial district composed of Clark Powell Madison and Jessamine counties So fur no other candidate has announced and it is not believed that he will have opposi tionGov Hanly is getting some hard knocks during the closing days of his special session In addition to bribery charges against him alleged by Representative Knisely which called forth a message from him demanding a rigid investigation the night rider measure was defeated by his enemies in the republican ranks William J Bryan replied to the last letter of President Roosevelt addressed to him at Rock Island III He accuses the president of attempting to shift the issues raised and attacks his autocratic manner on the subject of trusts In his answer Mr Bryan says I have lived a life in vain if your accusations have lost me a single friend At the conclusion of Owsloy Stanleys address at Hopkinsville Clarence Le bus president of the Burley Tobacco Association was called upon He had- been a lifelong Republican he said md had never voted any other ticket but if he were In the Second district he would cast his ballot for Stanley and urged every tobacco grower to do so He announced that he was going to vote for Kehoe Luther W Knisely member from Dekalb county of the Lower House of the Indiana Legislature now in special session has signed an affidavit in support of a charge made by him on the floor of the House when he voted against the county option bill that Gov J Frank Hanly had offered him a position paying 2000 a year if he would vote for the bill He names Senator Wickwire as the man through whom the offer was made At the Kentucky Womans Christian Temperance Union convention Chief Justice Edward ORear of the Courtof Appeals declared for Statewide pro hibition as well as for prohibition throughout the Nation He said that often injustice was done to local option counties by the Federal Government granting licenses Another point was that the White Ribboners should get the Legislature to have an election for Statewide prohibition submitted to the people Where Bullets Flew David Parker of Fayetto N Y a veteran of the civil war who lost afoot at Gettysburg says The good Electric Bitters have done is worth more than five hundred dollars to meI I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble to little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me I now take them as a tonic and they keep me strong and well SOc at Pennys Drug Store c James T Collins cashier of theNot th MIddletown Deposit Bank has announc ed for the democratic nomination for Representative of Bourbon Recent reports having failed to indi cats the presence of yellow fever In Havana Cuba the public health and marine hospital service has removed the quarantine against that city Thomas E Watson Poupllst candi date for President says he has no chance of being elected but ho has hopes of breaking the solid South away from the grip of Northern Democrats The special session of the Indiana Legislature came to aclose Wednesday The session was a stormy one through out and closed by exonerating Gov Hanlv of a bribery charge against him by Representative Kniiely r Good Farm For Sale I I desire to prIvattyS00ncn tart3 mUll Houthrait of It Is nil- ItgraslexveptloncresandIs well lot ed Wilt tell foronethlrd and- roe balance on easy payments For further Particulars write to or call on 0 T Ilohon Lebanon Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 00 F4 A Mwtll meet In tinted communication on each first nnd third Monday nights of Inch month nt 73U oclock In their hall on Main street Htan fOrd Ky Members of sitter 10dgtll1re frn ternally Invited to be present U L Penny WMT W IMimlngtouHoe FARM FOR SALE I grasslandthe Btnnrord pike Improvements fencing good plenty of water and fruit Also 123 acres of timbered land one tulle East of McKlnner half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Hen grow tog crop J A GIVEN Agent McKinney Ky Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stop itching Instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly yields and ii permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for earn pIe E W Rose Med Co St LoulsMo Pennys Drug Store INSURANCE Tire Lightning WindStorm Life and Leeldent tbe BTKONOKHT and 3K8T Companies Represented lowest Pot llble Rates Guaranteed Lost Paying Rae jrfl Unequalled Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J Good Farm For Sale 1 will tell at public auction on TIIUIlHDAYOCTlt At 10 oclock my farm of 5 Beret ono mile west or McKlnney on thn Iluitonvllle and and 2j mllet from HuttonAfCKlnnorplko at the Michael IHoyd place The farm It In a fine state oleultlvn tlou nnd over half It virgin toll The Im provement include a good dwelling kern end other outbuilding Well watered end fencing It good Term made known outlay of tale Apply to Phelps Cobh Danville Ky or John P Oath Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I At administrator of Samuel IJndeey I will tell at publlo outcry at hit Into home one mile Honth of drab Orchard on the Ut tenhelm pike where Matt llolmnn now II vet beginning at oclock A M on WEDNESDAY DOT 7 the following property One mUIiI milk cow 7 tbeep S hogt about S In Sold hone wagon buggy hay rake machine harness and other FermealhAdministrator Bamuel Lindsay 8 F Reynolds Auct Kept W The Remedy I that Always Outs ZBHO ll recognized n th nest honest and laccctifnt medicine la lb miU toJir EM Initintlr fellertt and potldtttf t4 pern ixDilr cares Eczema tad all itching akin dltfitct Get t bonlc lodir All nugglaa- Wtlu lag smpt- eEWaseMeIaeCo SL Iwls Y- sPublic Sale- of Roal Estate 2IWe will tell at public outcry on SATURDAY COT IT iboutSMacret ot Dlr IUver bottom land This land It within one mile of the town ot Crab Orchard About 100 acret well timber Id Land will be told In totult pur ihaiert and am whole Sale will ba made to suit purchasers Terms ens and made known on day of tale For Information call on or address A AddanalJOrnh Orch ard Ky or W S Hale will take place at Grab Orchard at ioclock PM JOAN BUOIIANANH lilts Orab Orchard Ky PUBLIC SALEof Farm Stock Crops and Farming Implements listing decided to change locations I 1111101 to the highest bldderon- TUESDAYOOT J01S08 beginning at 0 splendid home tit iated on the Hustonville nnd Danville pike one mile froth UUltonlIIe containing acres of one lllue Grass In good blue grass sod und the renmlnder In timothy and clover except about no acres In cultivation A modern dwelling of 8 rooms ball nnd porchci 2 burnt und all other neeessryoutbuildings bt good repair Veil watered hycreok two good Interim Live ttock one pair well broke work lu r et 7ypnrtold three good brood mares two mule colts one iiico yearling horse good milk cows nice calves two yearlings six owes Ij hogs about liO nice Plymouth Hook lions hay straw rick corn Kllll oats grown on tern Heorlnc binder nowliig machine wheat drill Kenwood clod crustier i iron beam Oliver Ohllled turning plows smoothing harrow etc Two hone waton4 buggies wagon und harness plow gear cud kitchen furniture Mont of furniture comparatively new Two nice led room suits Bonn mil rack etc Terms made known on day of tale loslelslol1 given Nov I1KN Free dInner for all It L OIJlUB1oIA1J a vstsuuaw LUMBER NOTICE i I have taught a boundary of white nnd red oak Hhnnki farm and have moved my mill close to Itowland I will have constantly on hand lumber for tale Hills sawed to onSHO o HPEAKE Waynetburg Ky For Sale Privately I My house and lot houte contains eight rooms with cittern and pantry toots and nil necessary outbuildings turn ni smoke house buggy house con house hen house stable For further de- scrlptionetllon J HIIIUCIIIT Stanford Ky The Truth Every person in this city who is suf feting from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durccists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE McKINNEY MARBLE CGRANIT WORKS Jacobs 8 Harris Prors Dealers In nnd manufacturers of drnnlt and Marble Monument FlrttUIatt Work at Itenionnblo rrlcet OfJIoo and Works McKlnnoy Ky Shop closed on Knturday Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form if Itching Skin or Scalp disease Al Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE When Ordering Clothes have your measure taken by n tailor of ex p rlence Then your clothes whether low price business suit or the rinest erenlni clothes will have that Individuality and n which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also your meat ure tar extra trousers fancy vests topcoats and overcoats Fall and Winter sain plea on hand ready for your Inspection liC RUlLEYTbeTallofJ FirstClassBuggy Painting Phone G MEDAIRY McKINNRY KY Adorinas Fox It a handsome large young Jersey Hull do eeiided from u and unbroken hue of the most noted bulls and rows on the laUnd of Jersey Knglaml and America Hit lire It one ot l bulls ever anti his dnut II a show cow that has given II beitome Ancestor nnd have a ttrlctly good cow you should avail yourself of hIller vice HP will bo allowed to serve a ItmlUxl number of approved registered cows out tide of our own herd this year for a fee ot Hrnch Make engagement before tending cow to be bred D AOTTKIt leyNbull calves that will be told at right pri- cesCONCRETING We lire In Itlontodoaltkinds ot concreting such ni lllock Work Iarementt and In fact wo ran make any thing from n house down to a fence lout Ww win serve you promptl and guarantee Ilritelnn prlcelbefOro PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Stop That Cold To check oOrlP18 with PrennUfI meaty sure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold with PrtTtatlct littler than to let It run and be obliged to cura It aftermtdi To be Pre yenties wfU care as deeply sated cold but taken Ines strtheJ brru or head off theearly colds Tottt surely tuu- Thatl why are colled PreTenUc Qulntoeehlldrenud thoroaibly aria too If you feel chilly if you sneeze If you ache all over think of Prevents Pramptuew may also says half your- tuna l tlckntti And dont fotrtt your child thersi fertrUhneit nlchtorday IferelnDmb- ab1y Ilea PrennUca greatest Sold In boxes for the pOCket also In Zo tare of 4S nrtntict Imut on your diurdil giving y- ouPrevcntics PENNYS DRUG STORE FOR SALE 1 Ifnot sold privately we will ofler for sale o- nOCT 9 1908 the Stigall homo of 255 acres eituat Pdon tho Perryville pike even miles West of Danville Farm well improved New seven room frame residence good stock and hay barns LIVE STOCK SmMlo Stallion Chester Chief 1120 Gomez a ercheron Stallion 21018 5 brood mares 11 jennets 5 jacks 15 yearling cattle 50 good owes and hogs Also hay corn and oats All farming implements TERMS Under 810 cash STIGALL HEIRS Perryville Ky yc nktlrarewhw Walk OverShoes Possibly there is not a Shoe under the sun more universally worn more extensively sold and advertised today than t- heWalkOver r- yIt has the right name it simply rf Walks Over and Walks Away 4 from the rest We are the sole agents in Lincoln county Our Fall stock is now in com prisingPatents s Vicis Kangaroo and Calf Skin t r in all the new lasts heavy and V r j light weights at TiJJV a r 3dqoo and 5o li H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY i The Emporium Hustonville have now their Fall ctoek complete for your intpcctiou Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Effortst ever Attempted in Hustonville + Our prices always conservative Sec our Tailored Clowns now ami pretty Wo have just introduced this line Ladies Skirts our Pal line of Cloaksr Ladies Miescs and Children you will find to bo mousy avers to you Shoo stock now complete Wo have handled the Sterling Shoo for years to our satisfaction and to tho trade Try a pair and be convinced Every depart ment is now complete and ready for your inspection Yours for fair ox change CHAS WHEELERHUSTONVILLE KY the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 3333000 t Resources 34000000 8 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J f B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIERI H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS v J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford J John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Prcachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek JUSTReceived a full stock of Wagon matferial includ ing Spokes Rims Buggy and Wagon Iron Also a full line of Tinware Grate Baskets Grate Frames Et- cGeo b Hopper Stanford KyA i c The Interior Journal r STANFORD KTM r OCT 2 1908 NEW assortment of local view post cards at Pennys Drug Storo- PERSONALS MR KINDIHCK ALCORN continua qulto lit In LoulsvllloIMR B W GIVENS who has been III is convalescent MRS II D MCCLURE IS at Crab Orchard with relatives ED WILKINSON spending a few daYI at Olympian Springs FINLEY ALEXANDER DAVIS spent a few days In Cincinnati Mil JOEL T EMORY is getting along as well as could be expected tf 4 fr MRS J F CUMMINS spent several r days with relatives in Lexington REV A A HiaciNS is up from flat rem county on a visit to his parents ATTORNEYS Q C GODnEY and E C Moore of Liberty were hero Tuesday t t MRS GEO D WEAKEN attended tho- r 1 Altord Crawford nuptials at Loulsvil Tuesdayl A HATCHER who has been I threatened with appendicitis is now III with typhoid fever ZION G A LACKEY returned Tues diy from an enjoyable visit to his sons In Illinois and Missouri y MRS A C CONNETT and son Georg Edward are in Cincinnati spending a week with her mother MESSRS JOHN B STOUT and T D Kowland Jr of Danville attended tho show Wednesday night MRS C M YOUNG of Highland Is traveling in Tennessee and North Car olina for a book concern t MRS J II HILTON returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs J B Nt vlus at Lebanon Junction Mns W S ELKIN of Atlanta and a Ir Mill Jcnnlo Duncan of Lancaster wcr guests of Mrs Charlotte Warren PROP J W IRELAND went to Mill 4 dloburg yesterday afternoon to speak in favor of the proposed graded school MESDAMES E W HARRIS and W L Lawson of Lancaster were tho guest of J R Harris and family Wednesday MR J C HAYS wife and son of tho East End returned Tuesday from a do r l htful visit to their son at Bozeman Mont MR T CliENAULT WlLUS and family of NIcholasville and Mrs D C and of Bowling Green 1 Dsjirnett son 1 Va have been with Capt and Mrs J B Willis at Crab Orchard Springs JASON WESLEY of Liberty brought his wife and handsome little son Sherwood hero to take the train for Cral Orchard Wednesday They will vlsii relatives in the East End forsorao time PROP J S LAWIIORN principal of tho Middlcburg College and superin tendent of schools in Casey county was hero to see Prof Crabbe yesterday lie tt says that old Casey will go democratic t J this year Frankfort Journal JOHN IL JACKSON of Stanford vis f 4 Hod relatives hero during tho week Ben Hnrdln of Monticello has moved hla lIldcnco and is now in tho law of ficu of his brother Attorney Sam C lUrtiln Mesdamcs John W Bastlr and R L Young of PitUbuVjr aro with i4Ltheir husbands In tho Western Ken coal fields London Sentinel tl LOCALS t GET Singletons prices on stoves SEED Rye fpr sale J II Baugh man Co fJUST received car of American Woven Wire Fence W E Perkins Cral Orchard Ky LOST n pair of check reins between Goodknight form and J H Baugh mans residence John Lair Stanford GAME WARDEN L C REID says hOI will have prosecuted to tho full extent of tho law those caught killing quail before Nov 1C Two freight cars left tho track nt 1 lS Crab Orchard yesterday morning do ylaying tho Northbound passenger somo or more HEAR lion John K Hcndricks at tho courthouao Monday afternoon Oct r tJ 12 Ho is ono of the best democratic r speakers on tho stump this year Miss ARNOLD Millinery opening j Friday and Saturday Oct 2 and 3 t Swell line of pattern hats Tho public are cordially invited Crab Orchard is MR D H GOYEN the Painter Or ator will address tho Bryan and Kern 11club at tho courthouso Saturday Oct 3rd at 230 P M You are invited to hear him and join the club i liON W II SHANKS has bought of Mrs J M Phillips tho vacant lot on Logan Avenue between Prof J W f Irelands and J M Phillips storo and r will erect on it n handsome residences SAM CAMDEN son of G W Camden of Rowland was declared of unsound mind and Deputy Sheriff A C 1f took him to Lakeland Asylum yester day Young Camden recently returned from tho Philippines where ho served eight years iH 1 LET Jesse D Wearen Stanford In sure your tobacco LARGE and well selected line of lap covers just received E T Pence Call and see them FOR ItENTThe Harris residence on Logan Avenue Possession at onto A T Nunnelley SENATOR W 0 BRADLEY will IpeakI at Lancaster at 1 oclock Wednesday Oct 7 Ho dt Lebanon on tho Friday following FOR SALES II Aldridge cottag on Portman Avenue or will rent by tho month until sold Seo or write L II lIughes Stanford Ky THE Kings Mountain Telephone Co capital stock 5020 has been Incorporated Dr J W Acton of Kingsvilli is of the Incorporators ITIIER will be ag foot gam on Graded School grounds hero thu Friday afternoon between tho liar rodsburg and Stanford teams A DRYAN and Kern Club will to organized at Crab Orchard tomurrcn Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock Attend tho meeting and join tho club Go to E Endsfour tinning plumb- Ing and guttering Thomas Leo wate filters hand mado stave pipes roo I painting otc Shop on Somerset St SAN ROBINSON tho clever clothie and gents furnisher asks us to stat that his storo will bo closed next Mon day Oct on account of the JewU holiday Tim Advocate S yeBud Roo of that city caught an alligator out of the Hanging Fork near the bridge on Stan ford pike but wo suspect it was an un usually large crawfish THE last Legislature repealed tho law regarding registration in fifth and sixty class towns hence there will be no reg istration in Stanford Hustonvillo am Crab Orchard thus year Tim Persians have eaten 61001 horses in nine months of this year If beeC steak continues to soar in these dlggins our people will bo compelled to kill n horse or so for their own consumption THE Misses Lipps Hustonvillo mill ners will have their opening on Friday and Saturday Oct 2 and 3 They extend a cordial invitation to the ladles 01 the West End to come and see their stock STEPHEN OWENS son of Ashley Owens of Rockcastle was shot and klllei by Sheriff D H Williams of Knox county Owens tried to take a prisoner from the officer and had leveled a shot sun at him HON JOHN K HBMDRICKS who de lighted tho democrats when ho spoke here a year ago will speak at tho ourt house in Stanford at 130 Monday iftcrnoon Oct 12 county court day Dont tail to hear him MR ISAAC SHELBY was tried Tuesday for shooting Frank Los Chatman who had camped near his house and was acquitted in short order Chatman was brought into the courtroom on a cot and was In a bad physical condition SAM ROTHWELL hoek part tho shooting at Moreland a few Saturday nights ago waived his examining trial and was held over to circuit court In 300 which ho gave Steve Benedict who was also in tho trouble will bo tried next Friday There ore two cases against him w IN a letter asking thathis paper bo hanged from Cloves 0 to Waynes Burg Mr Val Fagaley says ho is glad to get back to old Kentucky tho grand tat and best Stato of them all lie thinks the democrats will sweep things his Fall and winds up his interesting pistlo with Hurrah for Bryan and Kerns TilE millinery stores Misses Dora Straub Frances Van Do veer and Ella tiny Saunders had their Fall and Winter opening Wednesday and throngs of ladles crowded their places of business prom early until late The styles are said to bo unusually pretty this year nnd Stanfords milliners have outdone themselves in bringing largo and well elected stocks TilE republicans ontomorrow laminate a candidate for county judge to oppose Judge J S Owsley Of ourso it will bo a lamb for slaughter but the rads must keep up theirorgani ration and hence the nomination spoken of aro Messrs J L ThosoI Cingsvllle Russell Dilllon of tho End and George D Florence of this place Good men all of them but tone of them can beat ono side of udgo Owsley WHILE aboard train at tho Tenth trout station Saturday night Mrs lames W Guest of Crab Orchard was robbed of her purso containing two rings and other valuables She had been visiting relatives hero and was en outs to her homo at tho time tho theft PlaclIIdow grabbed her purse and then jump down and ran Courier Journal 1cd THIS is delightful rail weather Dut rain is badly needed FOR Myers pumps see E D Eadat tinner and plumber Somerset street Low RATES to Louisville via L N account Fall Races Sept 28th to Oct 17th SEE tho splendid Webber wagon on salo at CofTey Bishops store More land Best farm and road wagon made ONE FARE plus 25 cent round trip to Lexington October 616 1003 via Ltl N account Fall Races Kentucky Trot ting Horse Breeders Association READ in another column what Sam M Owens will sell at his sale near Mc Kinney on Wednesday Oct 21 1I0rseI men especially should attend this sale Tire Hustonvillo Graded School taxe are past due If not paid on or befor Oct 6 a fivo per cent penalty will bo added J H Rocker treasurer and collector THE ladies of the Baptist church of Hustonvillo will servo refreshment Friday and Saturday afternoons next in tho side rooms next to Lipps Pea vyhousefl store Patronize them FOR SALEMysplendidly Improve farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonvill pike three miles from Stanford Cal on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky MRS WIGGS of Cabbage Patch was presented at tho Jackson Open louse Saturday evening by a compan composed of homo talent under the dl rcction of Miss Bertha Jackson now of Stanford and the play made a decide- hit says the London Democrat HAVING suffered damage by fire to my dwelling and household goods being insured with Jesse D Wearen the surance man Stanford Ky I takea gleosure in recommending him and E B Ray agents for tho Homo Insurance Co of New York to tho public foi prompt and liberal settlement of loss Very truly Printus Walker Buckeye Sept 30 1903 EARNEST Foxs presentation of Chasing the Rainbow at Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening was enjoyed by a small audience The show is good from beginning to end but the mem bers of the company could not do them selves full justice here because of the unties cut by tho electric lights which finally went out for a half hour when the interest was highest BALLARD Mrs Clora Ballard widow of Mack Ballard died at the homo of Mrs Bun Withers on Logan Avenue st0 oclock yesterday morning of a complication of troubles aged about 40 She leaves a little son Leonard Ballard a brother John Camden and one sis ter Mrs C C Withers Deceased was a devout member of tho Christian church and a good woman Tho burial will occur in Buffalo cemetery this norning after funeral services at Mrs Withers at 9 oclock by neveF M finder of Lancaster THE democrats of Kingsvillo are requested to meet Friday night Oct at that place at 7 P for tho pur ose of organizing a Bryan and Korn club There will bo a lot of good speak ers on hand The democrats of Way esburg also are requested to meet at Waynesburg Saturday Oct 3rd at 7 It for the purpose of organizing a democratic club and thero will be speakers on hand for that occacsion Dont fail to bo at each place Hon R H Tom linson of Lancaster will speak at each place W H Shanks chairman ALLEN WINTER AT TilE TROTS The sensational stAllionAllen Winter which won the 50000 handicap race at Bos ton In August pulling down 30000 in cold cash for his owner out of one race Is probably the largest winner over on the trotting turf Ho will start in two races during Kentuckys Great Trots at Lexington which commence Tuesday Oct and last until Oct 16 During this meeting thero will bo great stake aces trotted and paced daily Weber and his Band the best one in America will give dally concerts and all rail roads in Kentucky will sell tickets for ono fare round trip Lexington There Is no race meeting like the Trots at Lexington Think it over and come IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The aged Aurelius W Eastland Is lead in the Cove Spring section of Doyle William Moss of Perryville was itrickcn with paralysis and is in a crit- Ical condition- D W Mahan has sold his interest in tho firm of Durham Cecil Mahan anvlllo to his partners The mother of M B Salin cashier of the Bank of Mt Vernon is dead In Ow en county She was the widow of Rev Lewis II Satin Herman Wheat formerly of Perry rille was shot by a Negro near EliZA- beth Miss while acting as night watchman of a cotton gin The citys new hose and ladder wag on is completed and it certainly is a redlt to cur homo manufacturer It was made by J B MershonSomerset ournal r Mrs Edward S Mills Is dead at Danville Ellhaz Williams tho 16yearold Ion Riley Williams of Danville has been mysteriously missing since last Frida nightThe Court of Appeals affirmed thodi cislon of the Pulaski circuit court in tho case of JC Landis who got 10 years for having carnal knowledge ofa girl under 16 At Allen McGahas sawmill in Case county Otha Knight lost the toes of his right foot e was replacing the car riage which had slipped from the tract and came in contact with the saw PUBLIC SALE I I will tell nl public auction nt my farm one mile North of McKinney on tho MoKI nay Hiutonvllle plko Smile from Hu tonrlllo and on q O railroad on WEDNESDAY OCT JlltW Ilealnlnr at 930 following do scribed property conslslingot some of the best tired trottori In the Htate of Kentuck The Wnrtlold stallion by flare Dcvlli Ioi KredIlIgnllmares by Dignity Harp three linmlioti niceftarhnKwmely bred brood mares three very line colorlotfour largo work mules three or lour frelh mlllccowi 25 extra Rood yearling cattle splendid calves ru mountain ewes nice bogs if not sold privately before nlo end other things too numerous to mention Terms mnde known on day of sole HMOWENH McKlnneyKy J I Chandler auctlo- nerPUBLIC SALE I Fine Blue Grass Farm p III will offer for sale on the prerni es three miles from Harrodeburg on the Frankfort pike o- nWednesdayOct i 7Oi aat 1 oclock P M my improve farm containing 250 ACRES LAND The land is all in clover Blu Grass and hemp Has an abundance of water some fine timber well fenced 75 acres have never been ploughed tobacco barn will hold 10 acres of tobacco seven room dwelling Al the premises in good repair Fern is ono mile from L S R It Btatioi and one hall mile of good school Sale will be absolute the terms very liberal and poE eion of land given it once Sam ForsytHe Harrodeburg Ky Notice of Election i Lincoln County Kl cat Court held April 0 lion J Owilcy Jr Pre Idlng with the following Jiutlcfiof the Traces U H Acl ems W M Uuddarnr James Me Kee mle Bud JT Roberts It was moved by Justice W it Duddero nd seconded by Justice Jnmes McKechnl tbt the following nctlou be taken by this ourti The RrnndJury of Lincoln county N its February term ltm of the Lincoln circuit court having recommended line ourt house for Lincoln county nnd It ap lenrltiK to the saUnfavtlon of this court that tbe court home now In use Is unsafe and nudequate for the public convenience end tho preservation of the public records It It inlered nnd Unit tho sum ol Thir five a3jiM 00 thousand dollars bo itug IiiClto11I1 the sum necessary to build new court house and It Is further ordered ai ilecllon IH Held and ii poll opened at the everal voting precincts tn Lincoln county in Tuesday NoTembor Slid the day ot the rest general election nt which the appro above suggested shall be submitted to the legal voters of Lincoln county for heir or rejection The of dtrecttdtoedverlisosaiditectlan before the day thereof In tho IKTHKIOI loiUXAL newspaper being the only now uiiier published In Lincoln county and the ollle of said election are directed to hold the election between the sane hours that hey tire required to hold elections for ounty odlcers which election shall he held md conducted In nil respects ns required bj tho general election laws In force In this Itatu at the time the same Is held The clerk of the Lincoln county court hall cause rlntntontheotllcinlhal ota to IM usedIn said electron the word and flgureo Are you In favor of nn ape ro of Thirty live Thousand dollar for building u new courthouse for LlneolnIcounty nnd have two spaces Ight of snmoone for voters favoring thi proprlatlon to bedeslgnated by the word yes und one for voters opposing the np iroprlatlon to be designated by the word No clerk shall prepare said leil ots In nil other respects ns required by sea Jon 149 of the Kentucky Htatutes In thi went that the requisite number of legn otentol Lincoln county vote In favor o f nld appropriation It is ordered that thli ours cnuso of Lincoln tbo amount of thirty live thousand dollar to bo prepared executed and Issued o ir nt ed forms the seal of the county to be signed by the presiding Judge of tin Jneoln county court nnd counter signet by the clerk of sold court payable to beer er at Lincoln County National Hank o Itanford Ky which bonds shall not bear Interest than four UI r antrpanyble nt Lincoln ounty Notional Hank of Stanford Ky ind interest coupons shall Iw attached old i hands signed by the clerk of the Un coin county court enldbonds shall belssued In three series wit Rerles A Herl- eRnndberiosOt4erles s A ombraclna tOil thousand dollars of sold bonds shall onslst of yo bonds for the sum of live nun dred WM dollars each and numbered on- o9Horses einbrnoliiE ten thouinnd ballots of said bowls shall consist ot ands for the sum of five hundred dollar ench1nnd numbered from 21 to 40 and Ho embniclau fifteen thousand dol Inn of said bonds shall consist of so land of live hundred dollars each nnd number d from to The lands embraced In rlesAnhall IM redeemable at the pleas uro or the court in end after seven years from the date of their Issue nnd shall bo duo and payable yearn from said date nnd tho bonds embraced In series It shall lie edeemnble nt the pleasure of tho court on nd after 10 years from the date of their lens and dUll and 13 years from the aid date nnd the bonds embraced in Ushall be redeemable the pleasure o tho court on and after 15 years from the dot 01 their issue nnd duo nnd payable J elln from the sold date which bonds shall not bear n greater rate of interest than four 4per cent semlannnallynt Lincoln lounty National Bank HtanfordKynnd d aterost coupons stall De attached to said ondnlgned by the clerk of the LIncoln county court Attest QB COOPER Clerk ji3outTese New Goods I 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 Suits New Curtains Now OIonkiNew Portierres Npw Skirts New Druggets New Tau Shoes New Counterpanes New Patent Shoes New Bordered Percales New Herringbone Dress Goods New Bordered Calicoes fNew Wide Wales Dress Goods New Satin Bands New Derectoire Belts New Teasels 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 TRIBBLE HUGHES I Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY 1iarPOCKET KNIFE Their made of the mere f and U0 temper is You dont any chances in buying because they run regardless of price byeI W H HIGGINS HThe Interior Journal Mnitred in the Pat Office at Stanford AI tt end clait mater- pVLISrtxD TOIDBDA7at AND rJUDAY- SLor 5700 PER YEAR CASH men not so paid 1100 will be charged L X N TIME TABLE No SI Mouth 1I1 r x No XI HOUtll ISlSS V X No II North a1 A K No a North 818 p K JOS S RICE Agent B D CARTER Now Llverv Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I convictionFor the any person trespassing farm tiny or night or doing Injury tostock In traveling the pub Itohlghwnyor Injury to stock trout the lands of refers to past present nndlutureIalso offer spec 9 see me andIJ Q Carpenter l A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist I STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building George B Pruitts reduced prices will continue until Oct 15 GB Pruitt Morelandi tA Friend In Need Is A Friend M Indeed t For Insurance on Farm Property in eluding Tobacco Bams talk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm For ItSale1 4 I desire to sell privately my splendid Blue Oros of KB acres situated In the West End of Lincoln county one mite North of MoKinney Farm lies on splendid pike ni well as on the Q Jt O Ilallrond Is 8K from Hustonville und 8 mile from Htanford the county sent learn la well t Improve ond ball all neeessnry bUildIngs Hplendtdly fenced and nn abundance of water Convenient tokchoolsandcburoueal t nnd especially convenient for traders and Rhlppers One of the best stock farms In F Lincoln county All of the land Is product ive and n machine can be run over every foot of It About lit acre In cultivatlolband toe crop shows for Itself tuacres are being prepared for wheat this Fall For further particulars address or call on M O VENH McKinney Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and EmbalmJ en Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock GiveIThem a Call Prices Right i STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealor inHarnoss Saddlery i STANFORD KY Once PhonsJKTJ yIiomelPhoreS5 I 0 ssrs e s f z FARMERS DIPARTMIICT I have a Chester White boar for sale J L Beatley FOR SALE13 good yearling mules D M Anderson Stanford Balgowan the great thoroughbred sire is dead at the ago of 21 WANTED 10 or 15 cattle to graze Edgar Reynolds McKinney L P Nunnelley bought of James L Wilmont a pair of maro mule colts for 120 FOR SALE75 stock ewes and 40 feeding cattle A W Carpenter Moreland Ky A few Polled Angus bull calves subject to register for sale J W Bauglv man Stanford Ky More than two hundred suckling mules were sold Monday at Williams town The average price was less than 40The fair grounds at Columbia will not bo cut up into building lots as published but will be continued for the use of the fair- WANTED to pasture 25 or 30 head of cattle on the Estes farm near McKin ney Apply to Albert Epperson Mc Kinney Ky Marcus Prewitt of Montgomery county bought in Clark and adjoining counties 75 feeders weighing about li100 pounds at 4c Canadas wheat crop in her three prairie provinces is officially estimated at 110000000 bushels oats 135000000 bushels and barley 30000000 bushels The cotton crop of Georgia will be the shortest in years A conservative estimate of tho total yield is 1300000 bales as against 2100000 bales last yearJames McKechnie has sold 800 bushels of Kansas red wheat at He says he could have sold as much again if he had had it The farmers like it for seed purposes Edward McGinnis of Atoka sold 20 shoats to John Webb at 450 and C H Irvine and N F Hardin sold 50 hogs averaging 150 pounds to J C Johnson 5cAdvocateTwentyfive belonging to James B Haggin were sold at auction and realized 18500 A colt by African der out of Florence Breckinridge brought the best price 3200 The large tobacco and hay barn on the farm of Mrs Ellen Moore near Paynes Depot in Woodford county burned and it is strongly suspected that the fire was of incendiary origin The Mfddleburg Boys Getting Sau cy MIDDLEBURG Sept 26The Casey County Stars chewed up the Huston villo boys Saturday 5 to 1 The Stars had their eyes open and sent Camnitz to the tall timber in six innings The Hustonville boys were outclassed at all points and had no show to win at any time Watkins the Stars pitcher had them at his mercy at all stages of the game In the eighth inning the Huston ville boys threw down their gloves and walked off of the field because the um pire saw fit to call a man out at the plate who was plainly out even to all the spectators They said that was the reason but some think it was to keep the score 5 to 1 instead of making it worse Any team wanting games with the Casey County Stars address E L Gadberry manager Yosemite orE P Wesley Middleburg Ky A Jewelers Experience C R Kluger Tho Jeweler 1000 Vir glum a Aye Indianapolis Ind writes I was so weak from kidney trouble that I could hardly walk a hundred Feet Four bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy cleared my complexion cured my backache and the Irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business every day and recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy to all sufferers as it cured me after tho doctors and other remedies bad failed New Stanford Drug Co Gen E B Grubb United States minister to Spain under President Harrison and former republican candidate for governor of New Jersey has ac cepted the democratic nomination for Congress in the Second district of New Jersey Gen Grubb said if elected he will go to Congress as an Independent Married Man In Trouble- A married man who permits any member of the family to take anything except Folcys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble is guilty of neglect Nothing ejse is as good for all pulmonary troubles The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and is in a yellow package New Stanford Drug Co Teacher says exclaimed the pre coclous child that we live in the temperate zone Yes answered Col Stilwell and it these prohibitionists keep going itll thatWashlnjttonI Gov Haskell gave out a long letter to the President in which he defends himself in a vigorous manner of the charges made by tho President against him in his letters Living in London Is 40 per cent n in tbejarge cities 9L the UnltedStatear It = A HAIR BALSA ClMBM ud WutlTkl Ik rromout I iniwtaM e I lime ItlU to n tor OrsStair to U ootkn1Oaru Jsd Jesse W Sweeney PBorainoB Livery Fail and Sale Stable Lanoaster Ky 1t port of tho Condition of The National BanK of Hustonville nt Hustonville In tho Htnte ot Kentucky M tho close of business Hept31Ne- nxeooacs Loans nml Discounts 1518910- 7OvvrdrnftsBocuml nnd unsecured 995 M U 8 Bonds to secure circulation 12hi W Dunking hoinofurnUuroniid ilx lures j ikl 00 Due tisenu 17 flue from Htnte Banks A Hanker Duo from npprovott reserve agents MWT M Checks nnd other cash Items Notes of other Nntlnnnl Hanks fACU Fractional paper currency nick els and cents lea Lawful Money Reserve In Manic vlzr Hjwclo 1181001- 0LegaMender notes Jooo U 18Nue 00 Redemption fund with UHTrviu urer 8 pcrcentof circulation 6J300 mltl1tLt41uLtTIItIJ Capital Block paid In swon ro OJUndhldoMNationalDuo to other National Hanks 4811 M 03IndlvldiinldepodtsUcrtllled chocks lJM if7UMs 1- 1Btah of Kentucky County or Lincoln MI UlcaboIUlIlltdbnnt knowl000lonnd nthdaycominlulon expires Fob la isis JRobinson XTRAGOOD CLOTHES FOR BOYS Old Sore Cut Ie Burn Antiseptic Cures the Old Sores that other remedies wont cure F Dr Old at The PARIS MEDICINE COMPANY 262230 Pine St St Louis Mo manufacturers of LAXATIVE IWOMO QUININE and other standard preparations have a new discovery that far surpasses anything ever placed on the market for old sores cuts burns and all When Marconi stated that he could send messages across the ocean without a wire or cable the world did not believe if if we were to tell you that will cure old chronic sores which other remedies have failed to cure and wilt relieve the pain of a burn Instant ly you woulll not believe It therefore we wish to the remedy h1U R 011 COST la your hands to convince you that it is the most wonderful remedy ever discovered It Is needed in every home When any of the family are severely burned or cut you time to send for a remedy but you need Itat once therefore do not delay to send to your Druggist for a 25c package 1KEE OP COST We give it free in this way because we know when one family tries it they will recommend to other families and thus Introduce It Send for a free package and convince yourself that a wonderful progress along the line of new discoveries has been made in the manufacture of this preparation It will cure Chronic Catarrh Eczema Ear Ache Sore Throat Skin Diseases Ulcers Fever Sores Carbuncles Scalp Diseases Throat Trouble Bites Stings Wounds Tho following dealers have these goods in 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tIA1Of Jt Relieves the Pain Lof a Burn instantly IWeDr Porters Antiseptic Healing Oil absolutely Mean EyelidsRunning YOUR SAFEST TnAnloFEn mOresEY TELEPHONE fWJTOmwmrs FALLOPENING of the newest and best Clothes Shoes Oats Caps furnishings in town for your Inon eYeOur stock of Fall and Winter goods is more complete than ever before Come in andsee our goods be J fore you buy elsewhere SAM ROBINSON rJ STANFORD KY jBeechNut eans BeechnutCranberryJolly Pineapple Preserves Peanut the best line on the marketi i GEORGE H FARRIS Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadway wo are obliged to seek a new location To avoid tho great expense and risk of taking down loading hauling and resetting in the new show room we propose erecting wo otter the largest as Bortment of Cemetery work over assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments 128 Headstones 85 Markers at most attractive prices Persons who may wish to purchase later in the year could order now and have their work reserved for futuro delivery Win Adams Q Son142 North BrKxlBay e Lexington Ky 1ttsr