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I THE INTERIOROURNAL I I VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER b19d8u II NO 63 Ii t M S Hubble Passes to Great Be yond M S Hubble thewellknown Eu Reno drayman after an bight months Illncia of tubcrculoola of tho splno di at hIs homo on Olivo street betwec West Fifth and West Sixth this morn ing at 1 oclock Tho funeral will bo held at the rcsidcnco Friday afternoon at 3 oclock the services to be conduct ed by Kev 0 C Wright pastor of th Baptist church Tho Eagles will hav- charge of the services at tho grave i tho I 00 F cemetery Monroo Smith Hubble was born at DecN30 on Ida 21st birthday Dec 30 1879 to f Emma Moss of Winchester III Fro this union five children were born They moved to Eugene in 1888 and had been hero only nino months when Mrs Hubblo and two sons wero drowned in Willamette river near this city On Juno 24 1893 Mr Hubblo was united In marriage to Miss Minnie Farrow of Eugene who survives him with his daughters Mrs Arthur Merrill of Speer ilL Miss Cecil Hubble and Mrs James Grant of Portland Deceased was a man of genial dispo sition and had hosts of friends Ho was in tho transfer business hero several years until ho was taken etc eight months ago and from that time was never able to work lie under went three surgical operation durin his illness and spent several months i SU Vincents Hospital at Portland be t ing brought home only a short time ago lie was a member of Eugene Aerie No 27C Fraternal Order of Eagles and the Sons of Veterans Eugene Oregon 1Guard Mr Hubblo was a son of the P Hubble of this county and brother of Mrs C C ferry of tho j Green river section IWAY URG Tho Wuynosburg Deposit Dank is al most completed A largo crowd attended the Sunday a school convention hero Sunday- J M Reynolds has plenty of seed wheat and winter oata for sale Politics to all the talk hero now Ev orybody thinks Bryan will bo our next presidentA rain foil hero Monday week which was much needed as dust was al most ankle deep Charlie D Reynolds of Ohio Is hers with relatives On account of III It D Padgett has broken up houc keeping and gone to Kingsvillo to live with Mr and Mrs Daniel Hester Rev M G Tilford of Mlddlcburg attended the Sunday school convention Our noted horseman Tully D Cald well has tho finest horses over seen In t l this end of tho county Among thorn are his lino threo year oldstallion King Eagle Jr by S T Harris King Ea gle and Queen Eagle a two year ol filly and a great saddler Ho can bo seen most any time riding through our e J little village at full speed with a long smile on his face Tully is a mighty good boy a dear lover of horses and a splendid rider Too wholoiomo harmless green leaves and tender sterna of a lung heal Infnountalnous shrub give to Dr Shoops Cough Homed Us curative properties Tickling or dry bronchial coughs quickly and safely yield to this highly effective Cough modiolno Dr Shoop assures mothers that they can with safety give It to oven very young babes No opium no chloroform absolutely nothing harsh or harmful It calms the distressing coughs and heals tho sensitive mem branes Accept no other Demand Dr Shoop Sold by Pennys Drug- Store r 1 t Would Mortgage the Farm A Farmeron Rural Route Empire Ga W A Floyd by name says Huoklenri Arnica Salvo cured tho two worst sores I over saw one on my hand and ono on my leg It IsI r worth more than IU weight In oldI I would not bo wlthojut It If I hud to mortgage tho farm to ct It II OnlI 2Bo at Pennys Drug 8toroI Somo one dropped a lighted match on tho farm of Mrs W S Potts In Nich olas county which because of tho ex tremo drouth immediately ignited the grass Before tho fire could bo extin guished several acres had been over and much fencing destroyed To quickly check a cold druggist aro dispensing everywhere a clover j Candy Cold Cure Tablet called Pro venues Proventics are also fine for feverish children Take Proventics at tho sncbzo stage to head off aUI colds Boxof 4825c Pennys Drug- Store t Italy during the next 1G years willI spend 107000000 to construct 992 J of neW railroads as well as to improve t existing roadS J IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John V Phelps house near Poplar Hill Casey county burned Ephraim Walt a Somerset Negro 1shot his wife and killed himself 1E Burns charged with forgery was given four years by a Boyle county juryRaymond Davis tho 20yearold Ion of Mrs Hester Davis of Nicholas hear annd Samuel Wheat for killing s at a base ball game at Perryville hung They were held over to the next term of tho Doylo circuit court in 1000 each hams a detailed statement charging county officers in Kentucky with grafting Tho Auditor charges that ono County Judge drew money for the support of a pauper idiot for 18 months allot tho Idiot died Tho 12000 residence of Judge S B Dishman at Barbourvillo one of tho handsomest in Southeastern Kentucky was destroyed by fire The flames had made but littlo headway when discover ed and the building might easily have been saved but the lack of water hand capped the firemen knowkn men ing homo was thrown from his buggy when his horse became frightened an thent a Noft was about years of age had been in the poultry business there for many years and was widely known throughout tho country ChairmanMack Predicts Success Norman E Mack chairman of tho Democratic National Committee has made known the reasons upon which ho bases his prediction that New York Stato may safely be regarded as Dem ocratic this year and they are na fol lows The Democratic party in New York was never more united not even i 1802 than it to this year Tho Stato to never doubtful when the Democrat stand together With u united party wo find our opponents all shot to piecesSome Republicans are opposing Roosevelt others are against Hughes while another faction is set against Tart As an instance of the union of the Democratic forces tho National Democratic Club of New York City composed of 1400 members made u of bankers merchants and professional men opposed Bryan almost to a man in 1800 and 1000 1 am told that 95 per cent of tho club membership is ready to support Bryan this year and that tho club recently passed resolutions Indorsing him promdWith this situation I feel that New York is not only safe for Bryan but thero will bo a Democratic landslide MIDDY The fiscal court is In session at Liber ty and several of our citizens are in at tendance There aro three cases of scarlet fever hero and two at Yosemite The school has been closed and considerable ex citement prevails- A difficulty arose on Doe Creek Tues day between Bob Wells and Jas Winkle in which knives and other weapons were drawn though none of them were used The vote on the graded school question at tho close of tho election here Saturday stood 87 for to 41 against tho tax Thoso who opposed the tax throw up the sponge at an early hour and went home leaving it easy sailing forI tho advocates of the school Q Jones W P Wesley Coleman Luster Jason Coffey and Dr J T Wesley wero elected trustees and It is presumed that an organization will be effected once There is much ill feeling among tho Indian Creek peoplo over theI result of tho vote and it can not be de nied that those people have cause for grievance It U unfortunate for them that they should be cut oil from school but wo have confidence in the ability and fairness of Supt J S Lawhorn and feel suro tho trouble will bo arnica bly adjusted Stomach troubles would more quick ly disappear If the Idea of treating tho cause rather than tho 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 inside nerves tail then tho organs must falter Dr Shoops Restorative Is directed specifically to these failing nerves Within 48 hours after start Ing tho Restorative treatment patients they realize a gain Sold by Pennys Drug StoreGe Denmark has the highest suicide rtl NEWS NOTES Four prisoners escaped jail atGeorgo town The mother of former Gov Yates of Illinois is dead at Jacksonville that StateA was born to Mrs Joseph lIar rte a spectator at a big base ball gam in Chicago Capt Thomas G Poore aged 74 dead at Frankfort Ho was once star of the court of appeals 0 S Gordon an cxConfederato sot diet died at Nichotasvillo after a pro frosted Illness Ho was about 70 years old John Clegg former Louisiana Dis trict Judge died in New Orleans Judge Clegg was one of the leading lawyers of the South Copt R T Albritton was found dead in his bed at Mayfield Ho was tho father of Tillmdn Albritton anda prominent exConfederate soldier Louis Shrader after leaving a not to his wife explaining that ill was the reason for his deed killed him self at his home in Henry county A darning needle was removed fro the ankle of Miss Fannie Inskeekof East Liberty Ohio which a physician said she probably swallowed when child The Japanese nation is to outshine all others In tho elaborateness of its welcome to tho Atlantic battled ship fleet which is scheduled to reach Yokohama October 17 Mrs Mary Cummings and her two grandchildren Harry and Jcannctto Howard were burned to death in a fire which destroyed Mrs Cummings cot tago at Yonkers N Y W M Ponder ono of thE attorneys for tho defense in the case of Gardner and Hunt who wero tried for murder at Clarksvillc Tenn lost a barn and 250 bales of hay which was set on fire Grant Daniels a porter at tho Phoenix Hotel Lexington was shot and killed by a bellboy The shooting occurred in the crowded lobby of tho hotel and the guests wore thrown into a panic when firingbegann Caps J Clayton Erb was shot dead by his aiatar in law Mrs Kathorine Boise in Philadelphia during a quarrel over domestic aflfaias lie was well known in that city and had many friends throughout tho State A Paducah dispatch says That night- riders are driving farmers out of the Black Patch was evidenced when farmers some representing tho best topr cato Suffering from the bites of poisonous diamond rattlers with which ho fought for hours in which he killed 90 of the hideous monsters Howard Jordan a tank builder in tho oil fields near Kief cr lies in a Tusla Okla hospital in a precarious condition Ills recovery is doubtful In the Fayotto Circuit Court the IlargieEdwith complicity in the assassination of Town Marshal James Cockrill at Jack son five years ago which have been on the docket for two years were ordered dismissed and stricken from the docket Served as colTco the now colfee sub stitute known to grocers everywhere as Dr Shoops Health Coffee will trick oven a coffeooxpert Not a grain of reSl coffee In it either Pure healthful toasted grains malt ants etc have been so cleverly blended as to give a wonderfully satisfying cof fee taste and flavor And It Is mado In a minute too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Test it and see Dr Shoop created Health Coffee that the people might havo a genuine cof fee substitute and ono that would be thoroughly satisfying In every possible respect Sold by Pennys Drug Store Suddenly attacked by a big black bear which sprang upon him from the undergrowth on Mosaonutten mountain near Winchester Va Linden Allen a white youth had tho presence of mind to empty the contents of both barrels of his shotgun into tho brutes body The bear fell dead The boy was unharmed The bear weighed 200 pounds A pain prescription is printed upon each 25c 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 a Pink Pain Tablet Pennys Drug Storo The largest clock in the world weighing a ton and a half Is in the tower of Glasgow University Tho hammer L wolgha120pounds and tho pendulum 300 pounds Foleys Honey and Tar cures couy quickly strengthens the lunge and colds Get the genuine In a yel low package New Stanford DrugCo fcUSTONVILLB Kyle Dohon and family of Auburn III left for home this week Mrs Allen Burns of Colorado is vis- Iting her mother Mrs Jennie Carpenter and other relatives Fred Carson and wife of Portland- o Ore havo arrived to visit his parents Mr and Mrs W P Carson lieskwill mako her home in Lexington ere Spring time comes gentle Annie Many are taking advantage of the dry weather patching cisterns cleaning springs and deepening wells preparato ry to welcoming the return of Jupiter Pluvlus Fryehaveacres on Carpenters Creek in Casey county for 7925 Mr Frye will move to immediately There will be special services at the Revhthe old people from the text The Twilight of Life pushfcontinued drouth The corn cutting hast disclosed a much better crop than had been reckoned In this localtty EsTReYA good fat blackmuly cow weighing between 1000 to 1100 pounds left my place Wednesday In paIdforCharles Piles and family of Dunn ville will move to their splendid home known as the Dave Johnson place on the McKinney pike about Nov 1st We welcome these good people to our midst and wish them abundant success in their new home Violet Slope Mr P D Smalley of Harrodaburg was the guest of ono of Lincoln seen tya fair maids last week Miss Jennie MeFarland of Columbia is tho guest of Mills Florence Epperson Rev R L Creel pastor of tho Baptist church hero resigned Sunday and left Wednesday to accept a call at Tapa Wyo People in Hustonville are beginning to sit up and take notice of the improv cd condition in our rural and star route mails caused by the new schedule that went into effect Sept 15 In several instances letters from this place as well as Liberty were received in Cincinnati and Louisville the day after they were mailedOn Saturday evening some 25 of their friends gathered at the country home of Mr and Mrs Frank North and enjoyed to the fullest the genuine hose pitality characteristic of this couple The event was complimentary to their guest Mrs Wm Stodghill of Chicago Early in the evening games of various kinds were enjoyed and true mirth was never more in evidence A word con test created much interest Tho first prize was awarded Mrs Wm Rifle while Miss Lora Bohon followed a closo second Loser in the evening various delicacies were served and when the parting hour come all seemed Joath to leave Among those present were Mrs Wm Stodghill of Chicago Misses Sue Annie Fannie arid Mary North Lora Dohon Jessie Powell and Messrs SamI McKinney Smith Powell and Horace Bohon Mr and Mrs Grant North Mr and Mrs Nathan Pipes Mr and MrsI John Lynn Mr and Mrs McKee Riffe Mr and Mrs Ed Powell Mr and Mrs Wm Rifle Masters Charles Pipes and Stuart Lynn and little Miss Margaret Powell Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the JVaugbnmonths I suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to havo its grip on me when a friend recommend I ed Dr Kings New Discovery I boo gun taking It and three bottles affected a complete cure1 The taros of this life saving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat hoalor Is world wide Sold at Pennys Drug Store 60c and gl Trial bottle free Ellis in the Georgia Superior Court denied tho application of E H Carroll and 114 other nearbeer manufacturers dealers and agents for an in junction restraining tho levy of a spec ial tax provided for by tho recent sea ion of tho Legislature The dealers sought to enjoin the collcctlon of tho tax of 600 Imposed on the manufactu ten and 200 Imposed on tho retailers of nearbeer on tho ground that the act was unconstitutional A Healthy Family Our wholo family has enjoyed good health slnco wo bcgan uslngDr Kings New Lifo Pills three years ago1 says A Bartlet of Rural Route 1 Gull ford Maine They cleanse and tone tho system in k gentle way that does good 25c at Penny Drug Store Korea with a population of 20000 000 consumes 840000000 cigarettes yearly SfloeShoes 06j It is your fault if you do not buy good Shoes for Fall Our line is now full of good values i- nHanan Bates Eclipse Douglas j Queen Quality Red Gross Buster Brown Etc In all the new styles and shapes Take A Look r rJ I mHlJJ Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY Tooth finishes If you want a Tooth Brush that will give perfect satisfaction try one of our 25c GuaranteedBrushes We have all sizes and shapes ear PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky BANK j Our New Concrete Fire Proof Bank Building We wish to call tho publics attention to the fact tbat our New Concrete Fire Proof Bank Building is now completedand that we are now permanently located in same We needed better accommodations for our business and as we are amply able to pay for the building we saw no good reason why we should not build it Besides we think nothing too good for our friends who by their generous patronage have made it possible to put up for their use so fine a structure built solidly for all time typical of our banking institution which is ns solidly rand on as enduring a foundation This Dunk studies the needs of its customers and properly takes care of them whether their business is largo or smallno business too large for us to handle and none too small to receive our closest attention We have the Modern Screiv Door Burglar Proof Safe and our depositors are doubly secured by Bank Burglar Insurance also our officers are bonded A cordial welcome awaits you at The Waynesburg Deposit Bank Waynesburg LincolnJCo Kentucky I fl THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER b 1908 u 1 NO 63 M S Hubble Passes to Great Be yond iM 8 Hubble tho wellknown fu gene drayman after an elghtmontha illness of tuberculosis of tho iplno died at his homo on Olivo street between West Fifth and West Sixth this morn ing at 1 oclock Tho funeral will be held at tho residence Friday afternoon at 3 oclock the services to bo conduct ed by Roy 0 C Wright pastor of tho Baptist church Tho Eagles will have charge of the services at tho grave In tho I 0 0 F cemetery Monroo Smith Hubble was born at Stanford Lincoln county Ky Dec 30 it 1858 Ite was united to marriage on his 21st birthday Dec 30 1879 to Miss Emma Moss of Winchester III From this union five children were born They moved to Eugene in 1888 and had been hero only nino months when Mrs Hubble and two sons were drowned in Willamette river near this city On Juno 21 1893 Mr Hubbto was united In marriage to Miss Minnie Farrow of Eugene who survives him with his daughters Mrs Arthur Merrill of Spear III Miss Cecil Ilubblo and Mrs James Grant of Portland Deceased was a man of genial dispo sition and had hosta of friends He was in tho transfer business hero for several years until ho was taken sick eight months ago and from that time was never able to work Ho under went three surgical operations during his illness and spent several months in 1StVincents Hospital at Portland bo f brought home only n short time ago He was a member of Eugene Aerie No 276 Fraternal Order of Eagles and the Sons of Veterans Eugene Oregon Guard Mr Hubble was a son of the late M P Hubble of this county and brother of Mrs C C Terry of the Green river section I WAYNESBURO i Tho Woyneaburg Deposit Bank is al most completed A largo crowd attended tho Sunday school convention hero Sunday J M Reynolds has plenty of seed wheat and winter oats for sale Polities is all tho talk hero now Ev erybody thinks Bryan will bo our next presidentA rain fell hero Monday week which was much needed as duet was al most ankle deep Charlie D Reynolds of Ohio is hero with relatives On account of III health It D Padgett has broken up housekeeping and gone to Kingsvillo to live with Mr and Mrs Daniel Heater Rev M G Tilford of Hlddleburg attended tho Sunday school convention Our noted horseman Tully IJ Cald well has the finest horses over seen in t j this end of the county Among them are his tine throe year oldatnlllon King Eagle Jr by S T Harris King Ea gle and Queen Eagle a two year old filly and a great saddler Ho can bo seen most any time riding through our little village at full speed with a long smile on his face Tully is a mighty good toy a dear lover of horses and a splendid riderIThe wholesome harmless green loaves and tender stcmsota lung heal Ingjmountalnous shrub give to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy Its curative properties Tickling or dry bronchial coughs quickly nnd safely yield to this highly effective Cough racdloino Dr Shoop assures mothers that they can with safety give It to oven very young bates No opium no chloroform absolutely nothing harsh or harmful It calms tho distressing coughs and heals tho sensitive memo branes Accept no other Demand Dr Shoopi Sold by Pennys Drug- Store I l tWould Mortgage tho Farm A Farmer on Rural Route Empire f Go W A Floyd by namo says Huuklend 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 bo without It if I Had to mortgage tho farm to ret It II Only Sflo at Pennys Drug Store Somo ono dropped a lighted match on tho farm of Mrs W S Potts in Nich olas county which because of tho ex tremo drouth immediately ignited the gross Before tho fire could be extin guished several acres had been over and much fencing destroyed r Toqulckly chock a cold druggist arodispgnsing everywhere a olevor Tablet called Prop yehtics Preventics are also fine for feverish children Take Proventlcs at tho snooze stage to head ott all colds Boxof48 Pennys Drug Store Italy during the next 1C years will spend 107000000 to construct 992 miles of new railroads as well as to improve l existing roads IJ IH NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John V Phelps house near Poplar Hill Casey county burned Ephraim Walt a Somerset Negro shot his wife and killed himself E Burns charged with forgery was given four years by a Boyle county juryRaymond Davia tho 20yearold son of Mrs Hester Davis of Nicholas villa shot and seriously wounded her lie claims the shooting was accidental The jury In tho case of Thomas and Samuel Wheat for killing Rolla Davis at a baso ball game at Perry ville hung They were held over to the next term of tho Boyle circuit court in 1000 eachFrank P James State Auditor has announced his intention of preparing a detailed statement charging county officers in Kentucky with grafting Tho Auditor charges that one County Judge drew money for the support of pauper Idiot for 18 months after the idiot died Tho 12000 residence of Judge S B DIshman at Barbourvilic ono of tho handsomest in Southeastern Kentucky was destroyed by firo Tho flames had made but littlo headway when discover ed and the building might easily havo been saved but the lack of water hand- Icapped the firemen- J H Neff ono of tho best known business men of Richmond whllo driv ing home was thrown from his buggy when his horse became frightened and ran away injuring him so severely that death resulted a few hours later Mr Neff was about yearn of age had been in the poultry business there for many years and was widely known throughout tho country Chairman Mack Predicts Success Norman E Mack chairman of tho Democratic National Committee has made known the reasons upon which he bases his prediction that Now York State may safely bo regarded as Dom ocratic this year and they arc as fol lowsThe Democratic party in New York was never more united not even in 1802 than it Is this year Tho Stato to never doubtful when tho Democrats stand together With n united party we find our opponents all shot to piecesSome Republicans are opposing Roosevelt others are against Hughes while another faction is set against Taft As an instance of the union of the Democratic forces the National Democratic Club of New York City composed of 1400 members made up of bankers merchants and professional men opposed Bryan almost to a man in 1806 and 1900 1 am told that 95 per cent of tho club membership is ready to support Bryan this year and that tho club recently poised resolutions indorsing him and has contributed 2500 with prom ise to contribute a liko amount later With this situation I feel that New York is not only safe for Bryan but there will be a Democratic landslide MIDDLEBURG The fiscal court is in session at Liber ty and several of our citizens are in at tendance There aro three cases of scarlet fever hero and two at Yosemite The school has been closed and considerable excitement prevails- A difficulty arose on Doe Creek Tues day between Bob WellS and Jas Winkle in which knives and other weapons were drawn though none of them wero usedTho vote on the graded school ques tion at the close of thd election here Saturday stood 87 for to 41 against the tax Those who opposed the tax threw up tho sponge at an early hour and went home leaving it easy sailing for tho advocates of tho school Q It Jones W P Wesley Coleman Luster Jason Coffey and Dr J T Wesley wero elected trustees and it is presum ed that an organization will be effected at once There Is much ill feeling among the Indian Creek people over tho result of tho vote and it can not be denied that those people have cause for grievance It U unfortunate for them that they should be cut off from school but wo have confidence in tho ability and falrnesa of J S Lawhorn and feel suro the trouble will bo amica bly adjusted Stomach troubles would more quick ly disappear If the Idea of treating tho cause rather than tho effect would come 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 tbesoIln sldo nerves tail then the organs must falter Dr Shoops Restorative Is directed specifically to these failing nerves Within 48 hours after startI- ng tho Restorative treatment patients say thoy realize a gain Sold by Pennys Drug Store r Denmark has the highest suicide rate NEWS NOTES Four prisoners escaped jail atGeorgo town The mother of former Gov Yates of Illinois is dead at Jacksonville that StateA was born to Mrs Joseph Har ris a spectator at a big base ball game in Chicago Capt Thomas G Poore aged 74 is dead at Frankfort Ho was once clerk of the court of appeals 0 S Gordon an exConfederate sol dier dIed at Nicholasvlllo attar a protracted illness Ho was about 70 years oldJohn Clegg former Louisiana Dis trict Judge died in New Orleans Judge Clegg was ono of the leading lawyers of tho South rapt R T Albritton was found dead in his bed at Mayfield Ho was tho father of Til man Albritton and a promi nent ex Confederate soldier Louts Shrader after leaving a note to his wife explaining that ill health was tho reason for his deed killed him self at his homo in Henry county- A darning needle was removed from the anklo of Miss Fannie Inskcek of East Liberty Ohio which a physician said she probably swallowed when a childThe Japanese nation is preparing to outshine all others in the elaborateness of its welcome to the Atlantic battle ship fleet which is scheduled to reach Yokohama October 17 Mrs Mary Cummings and her two grandchildren Harry and Jeannetto Howard wcro burned to death in a fire which destroyed Mrs Cummings cot tage at Yonkers N Y W M Ponder ono of tho attorneys for tho defense in tho case of Gardner and Hunt who were tried for murder at Clarksville Tenn lost a barn and 250 bales of hay which was set on fire Grant Daniels a porter at tho Phoenix Hotel Lexington was shot and killed by a bellboy The shooting occurred in the crowded lobby of tho hotel and the guests wore thrown into a panic when tho firing began Caps J Clayton Erb was shot dead by his sisterinlaw Mrs Katherino Befool in Philadelphia during n quarrel over domestic nflfaias Ho was well known in that city and had many friends throughout the State A Paducah dispatch says That night riders are driving farmers out of the Black Patch was evidenced when CO farmers some representing the best families in Western Kentucky left for tho Panhandle section of Texas to locate Suffering from the bites of poisonous diamond rattlers with which he fought for hours in which ho killed 90 of tho hideous monsters Howard Jordan a tank builder In tho oil fields near Kief cr lies in a Tusla Okla hospital in a precarious condition His recovery is doubtfulIn Fayette Circuit Court the cases of Alex Horgis Elbert Horgis Ed Collation and Jesse Spicer charged with complicity in the assassination of Town Marshal James Cockrill at Jack son five years ago which have been on the docket for two years were ordered dismissed and stricken from the docket Lu Served as colTeo tho new calico sub stitute known to grocers everywhere as Dr Shoops Health Coffee will trick oven a cofftooxpcrt Not a grain of real coffee In it either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nuts etc pave been so cleverly blended as to give a wonderfully satisfying coffee taste and flavor And It Is made in a minute too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Test It and see Dr Shoop created Health Coffee that tho people might havo a genuine cof fee substitute and one that would be thoroughly lsflng inevery possible respect Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Suddenly attacked by a big black bear which sprang upon him from the undergrowth on Massanutten mountain near Winchester Va Linden Allen a white youth had the presence of mind to empty the contents of both barrels of his shotgun into the brutes body The bear fell dead Tho boy was unharmed The bear weighed 200 pounds A pain prescription Is printed upon each 25c box of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Ask your Doctor or Druggist if this formula Is not com plete Head pains womanly pains pains anywhereget Instant relief from a Pink Pain Tablet Pennys Drug- Store The largest clock in the world weigh ing a ton and a half is in the tower of Glasgow University The hammer weighs 120 pounds and the pendulum 300 pounds Foloys Honey and Tar cures cou ghs quickly strengthens tho lungs and expels colds Get the genuine In a yel low package New Stanford DrugCo HUSTONV1LLE Kyle Bohon and family of Auburn III left for home this week Mrs Allen Ourris of Colorado is via lUng her mother Mrs Jennie Carpen ter and other relatives Fred Carson and wife of Portland Ore have arrfved to visit his parent Mr and Mrs W P Carson Dame Rumor says that another HUE tonvillo damsel fair with flaxen hair will make her home fn Lexington ere Spring time cornea gentle Annie Many are taking advantage of thedry weather patching cisterns cleaning springs and deepening wells preparato ry to welcoming the return of Jupiter Pluviua Judge Won Myers and Geo W Frye have bought the ojd Myers home of 629 acres on Carpenters Creek in Casey county for 7925 Mr Frye will move to Immediately There will be special services at the Christian church Sunday morning Rev W S Willis the pastor will preach to the old people from the text The Twilight of Life Corn cutting is being vigorously push ed while wheat sowing is delayed by continued drouth The corn cutting has disclosed a much better crop than had been reckoned In this locality ESTRAYA good fat black muly cow weighing between 1000 to 1100 pounds left my place Wednesday In formation leading to her recovery paid for R A Lapps Hustonville Charles Piles and family of Dunn ville will move to their splendid home known as the Dave Johnson place on the McKinney pike about Nov let We welcome these good people to our midst and wish them abundant success in their new home Violet Slope Mr P B Smalley of Horrodsburg was the guest of ono of Lincoln coun tys fair maids last week Miss Jennie McFarland of Columbia is the guest of Miss Florence Epperson Rev R L Creel pastor of tho Baptist church hero resigned Sunday and left Wednesday to accept a call at Tape Wyo People in Hustonvillo ore beginning to sit up and take notice of the improv ed condition in our rural and star route mails caused by tho new schedule that went into effect Sept 15 In several instances letters from this place as well as Liberty wero received in Cincinnati and Louisville the day after they were mailedOn Saturday evening some 25 of their friends gathered at the country home of Mr and Mrs Frank North and enjoyed to the fullest the genuine hos pitality characteristic of this couple The event was complimentary to their guest Mrs Wm Stodghill of Chicago Early in the evening games of various kinds were enjoyed and true mirth was never more in evidence A word con test created much interest The first prize was awarded Mrs Wm Rifle while Miss Lora Bohon followed a close second Later in the evening various delicacies were served and when the parting hour como all seemed Joath to leave Among those present were Mrs Wm Stodghillof Chicago Misses Sue Annie Fannie ami Mary North Lora Bohon Jessie Powell aril Messrs Sam McKinney Smith Powell and Horace Bohon Mr and Mrs Grant North Mr and Mrs Nathan Pipes Mr and Mrs John Lynn Mr and Mrs McKeo Riffe Mr and Mrs Ed Powell Mr and Mrs Wm Riffe Masters Charles Pipes and Stuart Lynn and little Miss Margaret Powell Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom tho widely known proprietor of the Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several months I suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to havo Its grip on me when a friend recommend ed Dr Rings New Discovery I be gan taking It and three bottles affected a complete cure1 Tho lamo of this life saving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer Is world wide Sold at Pennys Drug Store 50c and 91 Trial bottle free Judge Ellis in tho Georgia Superior Court denied tho application of E H Carroll and 114 othcrjnearbeer manu facturers dealers and agents for an in junction restraining the levy of a spec ial tax provided for by the recent ses sion of the Legislature Tho dealers sought to enjoin tho collectfon of the tax of 500 imposed on tho manufacturers and 200 imposed on the retailers of nearbeer on tho ground that the act was unconstitutional Our A Healthy Family whole family has enjoyed good health since wo bcgan uslngDr Kings New Life Pills three years ago says L A Bnrtlet of Rural Route 1 Gull ford Maine They cleanse and tone the system In d gentle way that does you good 25a at Pennys Drug Store Korea with a population of 20000 000 consumes 840000000 cigarettes yearly SlioG S11o6 ie Slioo It is your fault if you do not buy good Shoes for Fall Our line is now full of good values in Hanan Bates Eclipse Douglas Queen Quality Red Cross Buster Brown Etc In all the new styles and shapes Take A Look I rj IPJIJ Cummins Wearen i STANFORD KENTUCKY TooII1llrusIiesIf that will give perfect satisfaction try one of our 25c GuaranteedgBrushes We have all sizes and shapes sssesss PENNYS DRfUG STORE Stanford Kentucky BANK wi4ij Our New Concrete Fire Proof Bank Building We wish to call the publics attention to the fact tbat our New Concrete Fire Proof Bank Building is now completed and that wo arc now permanently located in same Wo needed better accommodations for our business and as j we are amply able to pay for tho building we saw no gocJ reason why wo should not build it Besides wo think nothing too good for our friends who by their generous patronage have made it possible to put up for their use so fine a structure builtIsolidly for all time typical of our banking institution built as solidly and on aa enduring a foundation This Bank studies the needs of its customers and properly takes care of them whether their business is largo or small no business too Largo for us to handle anti none too small to receive our closest attention We have the Modem Screw Door Burglar Proof Safe and our depositors are doubly secured by Bank Burglar Insurance also our aro bonded A cordial welcome awaits you at The Waynesburg Deposit Bank Waynesburg LiucolnJCo Kentucky t i The Interior Journal IiEoc WALTON r r W L MCARTY t Is a candidate for Hherlff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the ACtion ot the partyI BAUGHMANI coun subject to the action of tbe 1t party t t JOHN J MOSER j Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbe Democratic party M BRUCE countyaabJecparty JAMES C HAYS jI countYjlableot FARMERIa nomina tion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to partyuD C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun q subject to the action of the Democratic party J W FOLCY n courparty DEMOCRATIC TICKET President- William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska tForVice President John Worth Kern of Indiana For Congress HARVEY HELM of Llnooln county For County Judge John Sam Owsley Jr For Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE WHICH an assemblage of gentlemen 4ora band of ruffians 7 About two weeks W E Smith a student in the State University at Lexington disappeared and has not since been heard of The actions of the students induces the be lief that he has met with violence at the hands of the student body Threats from an unknown source have been received by those who have attempted unravel the mystery of his disappearance to identify those responsible for it and ascertain how and where the young man or his dead body has been disposed of It is even stated In th public prints that the young man brother is in danger of vengeful vio nce from the students because of his forts to discover his brother and th men responsible for his disappearance If this is the character of that student body it should be dispersed with the State militia and made to stretch the noose If our State University engenders or countenances such men or such spirit then the torch of refining fire should be applied to its walls its very foundations erased and its campus restored to blue grass pas ture and to rolling woodlands TUB election is less than four off and while not a great deal of work has been done in Lincoln county th prospects are most flattering for the democrats We confidently believe that Bryan Helm Owsley and CoffeyI will carry the county by from 500 There Is absolutely no opposition to the splendid ticket the democrats have nominated and headed by the matchless Bryan it can not fail to win There are no factions in the democratic ranks and nothing to prevent a democratic landslide Do your duty and oMc Lincoln will roll up the best majority in years This is democratic year and the democrats are going to winjWREN the banks let any money go they require giltedged security per sonal or collateral The depositor ia entitled to the same protection The Democratic proposition Is that national and State banks shall be required by Federal and State legislation to certain small percentage on the amountI of their deposits to constitute aguaran tee fund for making good any default to depositors through bank failures It is a system of compulsory insurance not a Government guarantee CALEB POWERS is one of the heavyweight orators in the republican cam paign this year He is billed to appear at Barbourville his home town on Oct 31 and the assassination sympathizers will be on hand world without end It would redound to the benefit of democracy if Caleb would speak at every prot duct in Kentucky TILE Democratic National Committee is planning to make a vigorous campaign in Ohio and Indiana and within the next two weeks will send a large number of speakers of national prom MrBryanGOOD morning Haveyou guessed on Bryan andKernsmejorlty in Lin coin county THE registration all over Kentucky satisfactory to democrats and eve thing points to the best State in bunch giving a rousing democratic majority POLITICAL toDr Charles E Latimer of New Yor bequeathed 50000 to the prohibition party hi1tlannounced for the democratic lion for State Senator William J Bryan gave out a tat meet denying reports that in editoria- and speeches he had opposed a fiber pension policy Chairman Mack of the Democra National Committee who arrived in Chicago declared that tho tide was strong for Bryan in the East John W Kern the Democratic nom nee for Vice President addressed largo crowd at Asheville N C Jame- Hampton Lewis of Chicago also spoke William J Bryan delivered a number of addresses in Iowa towns Mr Bry an was greeted by largo crowds and his speeches were said to have been dell v Bred with exceptional vigor Gov A E Willson spoke to a large audience at Hopkinsville The Governor devoted himself largely to the night rider situation and declared that the- o lawless bands were being broken up Democratic speakers were on the stump in many counties of the Stat In every instance good crowds listen to the speeches and great enthusiasm for the national Democratic ticket was race between Judge H C Faulk ner present judge and L D Lewis for the republican nomination for cir cult judge in the London districtswax lag warm A primary will be held Dec In a speech at Lexington Senator elect W O Bradley said that President Roosevelt did wrong in the Brownsville caSe but that Secretary of War Ta was in no way responsible for what the President did John F Howes has withdrawn fro the race for Judge of the Court of Appeals in the Sixth judicial district and Judge E C ORear will be reelected without opposition Congressman Nicholas Long worth denied the story that in a speech a Rock Island III he proposed that a ter Judge Taft had served two terms as President President Roosevelt wool again be a candidate President Roosevelt told Senator Hemenway that he did nut consider it necessary for him to make speeches in Presidenr t numerous s to go on the stump but he had decided not to accede to them TILE speaking itinery of Congressman Shelbscounty r 9 and 10 Jessamine county Octobe- e 13 14 and 15 Mercer county October 16 and 17 Madison county October 19 20 and 21 Boyle county October 22 23 and 24 Garrard county October 26 27 sled CHURCH MATTERS lien T W Barker will preach at Neals Creek church at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon Eld J G Livingston will preach n Holdams Mill Saturday night SundayJ and Sunday nights WANTED 100 MENWho are not no engaged in tho Lords business Apply Iat the Methodist church Sunday at 11 A tJThe Methodists are planning for a protracted meeting It is probable that Rev Harbin of Biloxi Miss will assist the pastor Rev Gano M Buckner former pas tor of the Christian church at Harrods burg has accepted a call to the First Christian church at Owensboro Subject at the Methodist church Suns at 11 oclock Cross and ICrown645 P M preaching at 730 p M Sub cct Sermon on the Mount PROGRAM of the Lidcoln County Christian Missionary Convention to beJ held at Mt Moriah Saturday Oct 17tDevotional exercises 10 A M Address 1016George D Verco Address 1040F M Tinder Report of county evangelistJ GT Livingston exercises 1 p H Address 115W S Willis Address 145Jos Ballou Address 215R M Hopkins Benediction P W CARTER Chmn Saved His Boys Life liMy three year old boy was badly constipated had a high fever and was in an awful condition I gave him two dozes of Foloys Orlno Laxative and next morning tho fever was gone he was entirely well Foleys Orino Laxative saved his life A Wolkush Caslmer Wis New Stanford Drug Co John W Richardson a young farmer living in the Lamberts Point section of Virginia shot and killed his sisterin law Miss Josephine Cromwell his father In law Beverley Cromwell and committed suicide after ho had killed his fatherinlaws horses r t Sere and There ryaThe Harvester won the rich Futurity 9bdce fct Lexington Tuesday In stmigh- head Beet time 2081 XftttMTUM Frazier in ia jail at Man heater on the charge of breaking into countyctween Congressman Owsley Stanley and his republican opponent J C Wo NlSatu- day than on any other day of the wee thaakindDCcorn England driving an electric gen stator employInearlysies that the immigrants are segregated there MATRIMONIAL F S Gooch a clever widower of 37 and Miss Lena Mae Warriner aged 19 were married at Rev J M Cooks that gentleman Tuesday The groo is a prosperous ung business man Waynesburg while his bride is said to be exceedingly pretty and popular The now era House in baset seat will cost 87J cents and the cheap est 12J cents Good Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my SCOacre farm 3H miles Houtheast of Hustonvllle It Is al In grass except 10 acres and Is well tmnrov ed Will sell for one thlnl cash and balance on easy payments For further particulars write to or call on O T Uohon Lebanon Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No on F A A SL will meet nItoclock In their hall on Main street Htan teal Ky Members of sitter lodges are fro ternally Invited to bo preieut u Penny naingtonSacm FARM FOR SALE 1 seaslandthe Mtanlord pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water and fruit miltgrowfMcKlnney Ky dEczema is Curable ZBMO a scientific preparation fe external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause akin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable All Write for a pie EWIRosebfedCoSLLouteb4 Pennys Drug Storey IrNSURANCE rJlre Lightning WindStorm Lifo and incident None but the BTUONOKHT and BEST Companies Represented Lowest Pos Uble isles Guaranteed Lou Paying Ueo nil Unequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No n Good Farm For Sale I will sell at public auction on THUIlHUAYOOTnlWS miletoKlnney pike and 2 miles from Huston tlle I known as the Michael Oloyd pliicu The farm Is In a tine sate of cultiva roll The Im wproyementslnofndoagood dwelling barn and other outbuildings ell watered and fencing Is good Terms made known onday DanvilleKy PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public auction at my farm one mile North ot McKltiney on the JIcKln neyt Hustonvllle pikes mlle from Hue tonvllle and on q A U railroad on- WEDNESUAYOCT Ji IMS following de properiycondeiingof some of tbo KentuckyThefouryearold stallion by the great Dignity Uaro two handsome threeyear old mares by Dignity Uaratthree handsome two Sear oldsDy two nice yearling studs by The Warlleld some nice weanlings by same three of hand bred brood wares very tine acksof good size style feet bone and color wellbred Jennets all safely In loaf our largo work mules three or four fresh milk cows SSoxtra good yearling rattlesplendid carVcs mountain ewes nice hogs If not sold privately before sale and other things too numerous to mention made known on day of sale BMOWKNB MoKlnncyKy J P Chandler auctloner HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR t ONLY 150 LUMBER NOTICE I I have bought u boundary of white and herethave constantly on hand lumber for sale Hills sawed to order O tayneburK For Sale Privately I My house and lot liouso contains eight smokerhouse buggy house coal house hen house dorHtanfonl Ky kThe Truth Every person in this city who is iiif fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All du resists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE McKINNEY HABILE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs tk Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments KirstOlais Work at Reasonable 1rlccs Otllco and Works McKinney Ky Shop closed on Haturday Diseasesffor use relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Fruit and Ornamental Tress IEertbing for Orchard Lawn and Garden We have no agents Free Catalogue 31 P IIlLLENMEYKIt iV BoV- SLexington Ky When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlouce Then your clothes whelhora low price business suit or tho flnvet evening clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were mado to your measure I will also take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overconti Kail and Winter sain plea on hand ready for your Inspection HOnUPLBYTheTallor KyeAdorinas Fox Is a handsome large young Jersey Dull de scended Iroiu n long and unbroken line of hIUn Is one of the best bulls ever Imported and his dean Is a show cow that has given ca beIleneL1keDrRNbsome Ancestor and have a strictly gaud seramservo n number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for n fee of Reach Make engagement before sending cow to be bred AOTTKIt KyNbull calves that will be sold at right prices CONCRETING We lire In position to do all kinds of con cretin as Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from a house down to a fence post We ran serve you promptly and guarantee llrslclass prlcelwforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Weak KidneysWe- ak Kidneys point to weak kidney Nina The Kidneys the lleart and bl orwanWeltand stnncthen them Dr fihoop s KMtoraUre a msdlebM specifically prepared to teach the alooefa1IILIf roar feaek aches or is weak U the nriiu IUOI1hanJ1IIIIo1llofne disease UJ Pr Shoop RHtoraUn a month wmdo ShoopsRestorative PENNYS DRUG STORE FOR SALE I If not sold privately we willoffer for tulle o- nOCT 9 1908 Stigall homo of 255 acres situate ed on the Perryville pike seven iniles West of Danville Farm well improved Now seven room frame residence good stock and barns LIVE 6TOCK Saddle Stallion Chester Chief 1120 Gomez a Perchcron Stallion 21018 5 broodmares 11 jenncte 5 jacks 15 year ug cattle 50 good ewes and hogs Also hay corn and oats All farming implements TERMS Under 10 cash STIGALL HEIRSIPerryville Ky N 1 walk overShoes I Possibly there is not a Shoe under the sun more universally worn more extensively sold and advertised today than the WalkOvertoIt has the right name it simply w 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 in all Ilight350 400 and 500 t f H Je McROBERTS iI STANFORD KENTUCKY The EnporiumIjustonvilleti Ilnvo now Our Fall stock complete for your inspection Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts ever Attempted in JiustonviIleIOur prices always conservative See our Tailored Gowns new and pretty Wo have just introduced this line Ladies Skirts our Fall lino of Cloaks 1 + Ladies Jlisees and Children you will find to be money UCla to you f boo stocknow complete We have handled the Sterling Shoo for years to our satisfaction and to tho trade Try a pair and ho convinced Every department is uow complete and ready for your inspection Yours for fair ox changeId S CHAS WHEELERHUSTONVILLE KY I BeechNut Brand eans IOnce tried always used Money back if not satisfactory Also Beechnut GrapeJellGEORGE H FARRIS JUST t Received a full stock of Wagon material includIing Spokes Rims Bug Igyand Wagon Iron Also a full line of Tinware Grate Baskets Grate Frames Etc a Geo D Hopper Stanford Ky I 8ty The Interior Journal f STANFORD KY OCT 9 190 NEW assortment of local view poet cards at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MR J A ALLEN spent yesterday it Louisville MR M S BAUOHMAN was In Lexing ton this week Miss lucY SwrsoN spent seven I days In Danville MRS SUSAN of Madison i with relatives beretIMR J F HoLDAil and wife were In Louisvillo this weekIMRS SUSAN Woods are In Lexington Miss EDNA CAMNITZ of Hustonvillc II very ill of appendicitis ALVAII LUCAS of Casey took yestet countyJ old home Peoria III for a few days MR T A RICE saw the races and circus at Lexington Tuesday MR JOHN LUTES and wlfo visited Lexington relatives this week w MR GEORGE L WILLIS spent a day or 10 with his family In Shclbyville MRS J A BEAZLEY of Lancaster was the guest of MRS W W Hays Miss SALLIB TAYLOR WOODS Is with Miss Elizabeth Allen at Mlllereburg MRS W A HATCH EU who has beer ill for so long is thought to be improv IngMR KINDRICK ALCORN was consider cd press somewhat better when we went toI C L CARTER Is over from 1MItS with her parents Mr and Mrs D Root REV It B MAIIONY is back from a 1A sojourn in Louisville greatly in health MISS SARA BAUGHMAN loft Wednos day for Prcstonburg to bo tho guest of I Mrs Joseph larking MRS PATTIB DRYE and Parkei ll Swope of Huitonvllle were here yes terday for a short while A LARGE number of tho ladles of the Baptist church attended a missionary meeting at Danville yesterday Miss OPHELIA LACKEY who has beer i tho guest of Mrs Wm Severance returned to Crab Orchard Tuesday MR MATT WOODSON is down from I Mlddlesboro Ho says Bryan and Kern will fare well in the ex Magic city- Jf D HoLDERUAN orders his paper changed from Somerset to ClitUnoo ga to which place ho has recently mov ed PROP J W IRELAND will represent the Stanford Lodgo of Odd Fellows at the Grand Lodge meeting at Bowling Green next week MR AND MRS J R NUNNELLEY left Wednesday afternoon for Springfield Mo at which pbco ho will make his headquarters for a while MESDAMES J E LYNN and Adclla Woods and Misses Mary McRobcrU and Mary Hlggins are attending the Sunday School Convention at Newport MR GEORGE L CARTER who lives in I the McCormacks section celebrated his 82nd birthday Monday Ho had a number of friends to spend tho day l dinner with him and they enjoyed a splendid 1 DR T M LEWIS and daughters v Misses Georgia and Margaret Lewis who have been boarding at tho Gover Hotel at Crab Orchard have rented rooms at the Springs and will go to housekeeping next week Miss GERTRUDE NOEL was slightly injured b Into the cellar at her home on West Main street Although a painful gash was cut on her is not serious and she is getting alon- gnlcelyAdvocate Miss U a daughter R R Noel of this placer LOCALS GET Singletons prices on stoves LET Jesse D Wcarcn Stanford In suro your tobacco FOR SALElIot b stove Apply to T W Pcnnlngton Stanford NEW line of lap robes and horso blankets just In J C McClnry TilE L N will run an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday at J175 for tho roundtrip tSEE tho splendid Webber wagon on Coffey Bishops store More land Best farm and road wagon made AN will run to Louisville from this place Sunday at 175 for tbeI roundtrip Tho special train leaves Stanford at 615 3L ONE FARE plus 25 cenU round trip to Lexington October 616 1908 via L N account Fall Races Kentucky Trot ting horse Breeders Association Miss CREEL of Cincinnati spoke atI the Graded School yesterday morning on the Importance of vocal music InI public schools Her talk was full of good points and food for thought SPECIAL communication of Lincoln Lodge No 60 on Friday evening at 7 oclock Work in the M M degree Visiting brothers cordially Invited GI JL Penny W M T M Pennington secretary l L FRESH oysters fish celery cranberries etc Saturday Ceo H Farris Low RATES to Louisville via L Si N account Fall Races Sept 28th to Oct 17th GUARD J B GAINES of Lakelan Asylum took Jeff lisle to that Institu tion Tuesday roundtrlpIUcd to Oct 17th I S J BELL bought of Miss Harriet V Owsloy a small lot of land adjoining him at 100 per acre- IROAD SUPERVISOR DUDDERAR tell all of the 13 iron bridges in Lin coin county have been painted ONLY a few of the Stanford ropubli cans went to Lancaster to hear Sen ator Bradley Wednesday afternoon TUB trustees of Educational Division No4 are requested to meet at McKinney Oct 10th at 10 A M G Sing leton Supt TUB BUnderwood Son I salo is Thursday Oct 15 instead i f Wednesday Oct 14 as stated last Ic sue Sec advertisement in another column 11IANKR tolls u s that ExLieut Gov W P Thorne wll speak at Crab Orchard on Saturday af ternoon week Oct 17th and at Stan ford that night TilE fiscal court has contracted with tho Champion Bridge Co of Wilming lIanitlingANDERSON CARR was taken bofor U S Commissioner Lawwcll at Dan vllle Wednesday on tho charge of soil Ing whisky and held over to Federal court at Richmond in 200 A CRAD ORCHARD gentleman told u the other day that ho had been inform ed that two moonshine distilleries were being operated within five miles of Crab Orchard Undo Sams men should look into tho matter at once YOUR attention IS called to the display advertisement of the Wayncsburt Deposit Bank which appears on our first page Read what Cashier Stanley Mcintosh says and if you live conven lent to the bunk help it along by do positing In It TIIBRE will boa Bryan and Kern club organized at Turnursvllle Friday night nt 7 P M at McKinney Satur day at 2 P M atllustonvillo Saturday night at 7 PI Thero will be good speakers on hand at each place W II Shanks chairman News reached hero of the death of John Kelly who died of typhoid fe ver at his homo in Johnson county Texas Ho leaves a wife and four smell children Deceased was a broth er of Mrs John L Spoonomore Jr all formerly of this county RECTOK Hon R Samuel Rector is dead at his home near Dunnville Casey county aged about 40 Ho had been ill of typhoid fever nearly two months Mr Rector who was an exceedingly clever gentleman represented Casey and Russell In the last House with much PLACE Ienot a drop of water on J L Holtzclaws farm on the Crab Orchard pike and has not been for three weeks except that which ho haul ed He gets his drinking water from R E Games well 21 miles distant and his stock water wherever ho can find It Very naturally Mr Holtzclaw is wishing for rain GUESS on Bryan and Kerns majority In Lincoln county on tho little coupon which appears in this issue After making your guess cut out tho coupon and send or mall it sealed in an envel ope to tho Guess Editor of tho INTER Ion JOURNAL 10 will bo given to the person making the correct guess or the money will be divided if more than one person guesses correctly No per son is allowed to guess more than onco FARMERS INSTITUTE14 S J Patrick is here from Frankfort Interesting- our farmers in tho Farmers Institute whIch will be held at the courthouse next Tuesday and Wednesday Oct 13 and 14 under tho auspices of tho Stato hoard of Agriculture and tho Lincoln County Farmers Club Lectures on various subjects will be delivered by omo of tho ablest expert agriculturists or the State All farmers are requested to attend POSTMASTER 331IIr W H Cummins postmaster atPrcachorsville tas been handing mail out at that village for 33 years Ho got his appoint ment in 1874 and ho has kept the office once with the exception of about 15 nonths During this short period a ompotitor in the goods business kept tho ofllco but tho patrons were so par tlnl to Mr Cummins that the postmas ter resigned and Mr Cummins stepped back Into harness Who do you want for your postmaster when Bryan get- sn1we asked of a democratic patron of the office Billy Cummins is good enough for us wo dont want another change he answered LARGE and well selected line of lap covers just received E T Pence Cal and see them A BEVENYEAROLD son of Robert Cox of Garrard fell from a tree and broke his neck FOR SALES H Aldridgo cottag on Portman Avenue or will rent by th month until sold Seo or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky THE Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will hold an cxchang and bazaar on Dec 10th Dont let this important event slip your memory WE hopo aWarden Reid will make It hot for tho boys who are killing quail Several reports have reach ed this office that partridges aro being slaughtered Wiio WANTS TO BUY A PIANO I can furnish as fine a piano as ever was shipped to Lincoln county If not supe rior to any piano now In use in Stan ford I will pay all freight and give my commission on same Address W B Barker Stanford Ky MATTIE WHITE a Negro girl Rot out a warrant for Solon Craig charg ring him with selling whisky but whet the time for the trial came she coup not be found By tho way have thi officers made any effort to ascertain whether or not Craig has a government license to sell weisky t PROGRAM of Teachers Meeting to be heldat McKlnnoy Oct 10th beginning jutl p u Music Devotional Exer Glace Address W B Hubble Reading Mrs Claudio Leber Paper Miss Anne North Education Wm Coldiron Ben cfits of Physical Training Miss Sallee Address K G Martin Benefits of Eth Ical culture in the schoolroom Prof Mcintyre High schools Prof Ireland Kate Bogle Vice Pres Hettie Moore Secy ITIIERE was a gathering of enthusias tic democrats hero last Saturday A Bryan and Kern club was organized with a membership of 125 Mr Curtis Gover was unanimously elected president of tho club and Mr A Addams Secretary D L Thompson Jr Vice President and Carroll Dailcy Treasurer Perfect harmony prevailed at the meeting and the club starts out with a membership of 125 and all of the Democrats in this district will become members and tho club members will see to it that a full vote is cast for the comiDgINEALS CREEK deathangel vis ited the home of Thomas Manuel Tuesday night and took away their little threeyearold daughter She was laid to rest Wednesday Mrs E D Terry has been very ill but is some better at this writing Born to the wife of Mr Jesso Manning a girl Both baby and mother doing well Mr J M Pettus has moved in his beautiful residence which has just been completed Mr Epperson of Highland has been here at the bedside cf his daughter Mrs E D Terry Rev Mason has been hold ing a series of meetings at tho Mason Gap school house Will Cooley of High bridge was visiting his mother Mrs Cooley A crowd of chestnut hunters passed through this community Saturday and reported fine time and plenty of chestnuts There will be a box sup per at the school house Saturday night for the benefit of tho school Everybody Invited to come Girls bring boxes and also your beaux HONOR ROLL of Stanford Graded School for first month Grade 1 Jamea Burke Walker Hub ble Marie Powell Sophia Saunders Grade 2John R McKinney Rachel Grade 3Florence Dawes Patience Calmcso Clarence Singleton Claiborne Walton Besslo Miller Grade 4Kleln Brady Clinton Cole man Joe T Embry Houston Gentry Nellie W Hill Mary Jarvis Lottie W McKinney Jean Paxton Ethel PoweU Adolia Russell- Grade 6Maud Arnold Ella Eichen berger Tillie Goldstein Josephine Morns Bessie Moore Eva Rankin Isabel Reynolds Elizabeth Stagg Prescott Brown William Carson Sam Embry Harry Farmer Maurice Jarvis Willie C WhiteGrade 6Annle Gray Anna D Mc Roberts Bessie Wilkinson Gertrude Wilkinson Willie Wilkinson Mary M Raney Mary S Cook Ethel Brackett Docla Hardin Mamio Singleton James Dwslcy Boyco Hunn John T McAlis ter Hobart White Blain Newland Grade 7Laverne Brady Annie Butte Josephine Carpenter Marion Grimes Eva Moser Manme Mobley Lena Traylor Grace Young Nancy Yeager Grade 8Oca Mos r Catherine Gentry Marietta Wallace Lillian Mueller Wary Gray Lucy Leo Walton Mary E McKinney FreshmanMorrison Bright Lorrian Campbell Annie L Gentry LIssa lolzclaw Virginia Mahony Willie Moore Emma Napier William McCar y Maud Stone John M H Waters SophomoreJoseph Hopper Emma lays Eugenia Patrick Sallie Burdettc JuniorGrady Tucker Thoa Bright Jessie Hubble Walter Singleton Senior BerU Jean Penny STANFORDS foot ball team billo- to play a game at Lancaster this after noon LOST Sunday night a long blnck overcoat Leave at this office and get reward A FREIGHT wreck at Gravel Switch yesterday delayed considerably No 2J tho Southbound passenger DR L B COOK won second prize his Rhode Island Red chickens at onI TrlStato fair at Memphis A LIGHT shower fell Wednesday It was hardly enough to lay tho dust but lour people aro very thankful for it any way THE court of claims completed IlB work and adjourned Wednesday after noon The claims allowed may fall a little short of last year II D PHILLIPS and H H Singleton have completed the Waynesburg Deposit Bank building and the former returned to his home here yesterday WE hear that tho trustcess of the new Graded School at Middleburg hnve contracted with Supt J S Lawhor for tho college building there for50X ARE the candidates for county office doing what they can to carry Unroll county democratic Nov 37 If they are not they should get busy The people have their eyes on them COME to town Monday court day and hear that splendid speaker lion John K Hcndricks It matters not how good a democrat you aro you will be a better one after hearing him CREEDTile are about through cutting corn in this neighborhood and are now sowing their wheat J E Buck has returned iron the city where he bought fall and win ter goods Conn Moser bought a fine saddle more of R L Hubble Jobs Breedlove of this place has moved to Stanford The Sunday school at Gosh en is progressing nicely Mrs Ivot Fish has returned to her home at Crab Orchard Wm Perkins is confined to his bed James Dyo and family ol Pleasant Point and Mrs Sarah Short of Middleburg have been visiting John Moser and family John Moser and wife have been visiting at Middleburg DESIRAILE PLACE FOR RENT I desire to rent my house large barn all necessary outbuilding and ta acres of land on SATURDAY OOT 2t11O ofhOU5CboldvRboruchlokenGrab Orchard Ky Notice of Application for Pardon Faulkner Kennedy who was convicted IIIftnflftugbter In tin circuit court of Lin coin county at the Norewher term of laid court will Blk tb OovOrnorfor ectwillnotifythoOovernorand PAUiKNKK KKNNEDY PUBLIC SALE belllnningotTlI URH DAY DOT 15 the following detcribcd property Nine brood marealn foal to Jack 7 mule colts pair 5yvnrold work mares draft mares I 3yenroId pony Xyenrold pony Q yearold stallion it yearling muleA Jetsey heifers I dry cow Jersey bull l Jer Icy cow fat bogs buckboard1Setoipony harness set sets of single hare cuttingboxes wallonTerm111 UNDERWOOD A SON KyAPublic Sale- of Real Estate We will tell at public outcry on SATURDAY OCT JUS about acres of Dlx HIver bottom land This land Is within one mile of the town ot limb Orchard About 100 acre well timber ed Land will bu sold In parcels to suit pur chasers ando 0 whole MOle will be made to suit purchasers Terms easy and made knows on day of sale Information call on or address A Addnms Ural Orch ard Ky or W S Burch Stanford Ky Halo will take place nt Grab Orchard at oclock PM JOHN BUCHANANH HUH Crab Orchard txyH 8 5 OiIOC0 o iiI gtII w I 2 i a 2rn en a H 5lr0e a JSCloaksSkirts We have just placed on sale quite a number of new and attractive Suits in the very prettiest materials and designs the New Yorkmakers could pro duce 1250 to X45 One hundred new Cloaks in the new Princess Josephine styles nt 5 to 25 One hundred and fifty new Skirts in Voile Panama and Fancy Mixtures in Satin Trimmed Plan Gored and Gored Coat Styles + ++ + ++++ ++++ +++ +++++++ tttt SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY fn a= V 0 3 n E c 0C t= C c r iPo- va L G E o P g P cm ry Q eI 3 = o 2 iDN Pte i 1 o11 I S t J Dry fJr I Jj it betit pair or the For Sale by W H HIGGINS cr ziw01A Po go iJ rDi j 1meqo TRIBBLE Goods Notions STANFORD ShoesI f pOlfjr embroidery scissors ofRoe bladesRetainJhitt The Interior Journal Sntertdtn ike PotlOJficeal Stanford a e nwndrlan safer- puaLISH10 TUBSDATS AND mXXXSY LTi 5100 PER YEAR CASK when not 10 paid l00 will be charge L tN TIME TABLE No 11 South t2l PM No zt Houth 1128 v No K North 435 A Non North 118 r x- JOS S RICE Agent B D CARTERN- ew Llverv 4 Dopot Stroot f Phono 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Por the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon my farm day or or doing Iock In traveling the injury to tock from the land of other people Thts reward rulers to palt present and future I also otter a spec ml VO for particulars see me I also offer two special of 150 and i100eachJOCarpenter A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building George B Pruitts reduced prices will continue until Oct 15 G Bo Pruitt Moreland CIA Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property in cluding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm For Sale I I desire to sell pri acrestunted Blue- Grass Harm of In the WeM End of Lincoln county one mile North of McKlnney Farm lies on splendid likens well as on Q AO Railroad Is X miles front Hustonvllu nnd 8 milts front the county tent farm Is well Improvei and hu all necounr1 buildings Splendidly fenced and no abundance of water to schools nnd churches and especially convenient for traders and shippers One of the best stock farms In Lincoln county All of the land Is product- Ive and a machine can be run over every foot of it About lOOncreslncultlvatlonand the crop shows for Itvelf 80 acres are being prepared for wheat this Fall For further particulars address or call on 8M OWKNs McKlnney Ky JLBeazleyaCoi Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingHRuga They willexchange Furniture forIall Kinds of Stock Give 1Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Je C McClary Undertaker Embalmor and DealoKlhlHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY 1 v OfflcePhoneIer Home Phone si rMwhens waavJkMataM nA4sr 4yY a HIGHLAND Warmer and some signs of rain Farmers aro cutting corn and eowl wheatJ Butt has gone to Louiavlllo to buy goods Messrs Hollars and Glsl r left with their families last week to seek a home In Oklahoma On mat Tuesday about 100 persons gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs John Young to witness the marriage of their only daughter Miss Ethel to Mr W J Moran of Chattanooga Died at Ludlow the 11 months old son of Mr and Mrs ManfordChevolel Its remains were laid away Thursday at 2 P M in the Methodist church graveyard Vm White of Burnsld after an absence of 25 years spent a few days hero with friends C M Young and Mrs Mary Graybe were called to Science Hill last week to attend tho funeral of Mrs II Parker Baugh U G Stevens after spending some days with relatives here and at Somerset has returned to his homo at New Albany Rev J M Cook is In Pulaski county holding revival service Mrs Mary L Young and daughter Mrs Goodpaster and Miss Emalln Young aro visiting relatives at Burr side Misses Fannie Young and FannI Hatfield and Cyrus Johnson attended the Teachers Association at Kingavill Saturday Rev Elbert E Young left for his circuit at Bcattyville Friday Miss Fannie Young visited friends at Duncan Sunday FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fresh Jersey cow for sale W C Shanks Stanford Edward McGlnniss sold 74 hogs to John Webb at 41cAdvocate- J W Allen of the West End bough 40 odd cattle in Adair at 3 to 31c A few Polled Angus bull calves subject to register for sale J W Baug man Stanford Ky A fine Shropshire Down buck loft my place a month ago Reward for his return or Information leading thereto James McKechnie Hubble White Western mare came to my place Sept 21 H branded on left hind- Owner can get her by paying lor this notice and her keep J Nevin Carter Stanford Dunn Adams the Danville real estate men sold the 113acro farm of Bryant Glore the Duke place on Lebanon pike to D H Stile of Wash ington county at 115 Fire which caught from the sparks of a train on the Cincinnati Southern rail road destroyed about 400 panels of fens ing 10 tons of hay and about 60 acre of gross on the farms of E A Farra Len Bryant and Cleveland Simpson In Jessamine county A Jewelers Experience C R Kluger The Jeweler 10CO Vlr glnla Ave 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 back ache and the irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business every day and recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy to all suRer ers as it cured me after the doctors and other remedies had failed New Stanford Drug Co George R Sheldon treasurer of the National Republican Campaign Committee was at Washington to confer with the Big Chief as a result of an order from the White House After seeing the President Mr Sheldon gave out a statement in which he said that he 4Big Chief was thoroughly satisfied with Mr Hitchcocks conduct of the campaign Where Bullets Flew David Parker of Foyette N Yf a veteran of the civil war who lost a Coot at Gettysburg saysliTho good Electric Bitters have dODo is worth more than five hundred dollars to me I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble to little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured mi I now take them as a tonic and they keep me strong and well COc at Pennys Drug- Store After having drawn for years a pen ion to which he was not entitled an nnamed veteran of the Civil war has just returned to the United States government the sum of 1172 to be added to the evor growing conscience fund Married Man In Trouble- A married man who permits any number of the family to taKO anything except Foleys Honey and Tar for loughs colds and lung trouble Is ullty of neglect Nothing else Is as good for all pulmonary troubles The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar con airs no opiates and is in a yelloW package New Stanford Drug Co She So your friend Singleton has voluntarily joined the ranks of the ben- edicts has he He Not exactly He was drafted a widow married him Chicago News- Women are barred fromtbe Island of Ferdinand do Norouha belonging to Brazil It is reserved for convicts I The blind population of Great Britain Is about 40000 Jff Joss W Sweeney ROr11CTORI fell ttrili Lanoaster Ky- POSTED appear below itrlotl forbllbunting tubing or any kind of tree passing on our places nd prosecute vI olators to the full extent of the law Alex oooper Mre Matle1Fhite Mr Walter Warren Mrs SImpson tiros Ttniley Hpoonamor W Carter lien P Martin M K Lawrence teuton Curtis JH llocker J M Pettus T A nice Morgan Unappoll Ainumlt HchaeRer OreenFerrl- llJLltoltselaw OW hasty Mrs J F 1ulltam U L Pulllain Peter 11l1lmerlIr Kathortne A Ado Jamb NCab JNevIn Carter 05i Back Joseph Uallou Mrs Jas Italnes 3nOamenlseh UrI O Carpenter Mrs lttlbeccn ItOarpenter W P AM Krye J Ji Toonipson Thomas Perth Jas H Hkldmoro David Burton J It Hunch M C Ulchanlson Joseph Krnst Miss Mettle hewed Uro Fred VonOruengnn U EOalnes Albert VonQruengnn A T Traylor Mlburn C4ooch N II Ilummer Ulolmnl Hester llenr3rltesterrtvliilWO Floyd j w Peck J Jarvis J MlauRhman J K Itruce JOHnratt WlIltIgnoTJXBJohn M Carter Martin Alcorn John Win Oordler Dan Traxlor M D Elmore Sire ode O ETa David Stevens John Jufer HO Durham WO stoat JotllbOllcfc Fred Jl Adeline Cinlg Christian Jacob J J Thompson D M A nderson J F Moser JlrahdIrsJaILFadsA Klimsn MrsNJHorton 11 Elliott Mr Ofo Ix Rnu Mrs Mary Hnfmann Wm Fields W II DAugherty Frank Cordier Rev Father Leo Dr O O Perry- II V It lUughuinn Urlab ualneshH Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange- TITLE CO NolOeacres on the Waynesburg Pike I near Highland 5 room house bun and oth er proper ty la near churchanIUbOOIboule la well worth the L1O- uNo2lfUacresSmlles8outhI of Crab Or chard on tho State r08Id has n two tory house good barn orcha and Iwell wate- rednbout 100 acres of this land Is bottom- land nod produces lino crops A bargain at lUlU K cash balance In one and two yenta No a USncroson nUt II Creek near Way nosburg4 room house tarn other out bulldlniis plenty of water Cash price s Yo4Utacres near Level Green Rock castle county Ky This farm has n new it story frame house would cost to build now SPO good tarn crib Ac located near church and taboo This Is n plee homo and can be bought cash mainder In montblINo t13100 acres In good barn anti othur outbuildings offroollI chard One of the best pringain ty Price 1800 half cash balance and i 6I1 acres adjoining farms Nos and II lW acres In cultl vnnon balance In tim her Good white oak hickory and some line cedar Has 2story log huse and good orch ard well watered Cash price 8tw No1IW acres near Maretsburg Ky Ito acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings line water and school church and H It station Price flJXi H cash balance In one and two years No82U acres near Conway Kyi nearly all of this farm Is bottom land One for corn and mend ow very pooddwellmghouaenew burn and other buildIng on county road fl miles from liuren College Cash price I j 000Nogacres on DrakeVi miles front Crab Orchard This farm adjoin the pike and le R part of the Oeo Evans farm This Is line land and In good condition nil necessary buildings This is a bargain at too per acre No 13111 acres near Htanford Ky In nice ibnpe with neclllftry bulldlngllo can be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the above farms seu or J II Hughes or James I White Htanford Ky PUBLIC SALEof FarmStockUropsandFarming Having decided to ehnnge locations I will sell to tho highest bidder on TUK8UA OCT 201Y119 beginning at I A m splendid homo mated on Huitonvlllo end plki one mile from Hustonvlllu containing U acres of lino Clue Grass land about In good bluo gross kod and the remainder In timothy and clover except about 20 acre In cultivation A modern dwelling of rooms halls and porches 1 barns and nl repaIrWellcisterns Live stock ono pair well broki work horses Tyearsuld three good broo I mares two mule colts ono nIce yuarllni horse S good milk cows 0 nlco calves two six owes ill hogs about Its nlciPlymouth Hock Ions hay straw rick con and oats grown on farm Doertntr binder mowing machine wheat drill Kenwooi clot crusher 1 Iron beans Oliver UhllUi turning plows smoothing harrowote Two horse wagon buggies wagon and buggy harness plow goart household and kitchen furniture now Two nice bed urnllunl room COI1lI1Rn boarl hall rack etc Terms made known on da of sale Posnesilon given Nov 1W8 Fret dinner for all K IOHRIBMAN Huitonvlllo Ky Notice of Election 1 Lincoln County FluiU Court held April lux lion J H Uwsley Jr Presiding with the followlnt Justices of the IVacei D U Ad- anllzV M Dudderar James Mo and J T Uoberl It was moved br Justice W M Duddera and seconded by Justice Janus MoKechnl that the following action be taken by this court The jury of Lincoln count at Us February term ivuo of the Unroll circuit court having recommended a new court house lOr LIncoln counl a nIl n up policing to the satisfaction of this court that the oourt house now In use Is unskfo and Inadequate for tbo pUbll convnlellcu nllli- the preiervatlon of the public records It Is ordered end adjudged sum of Thlr ty live 35QOOOO1 thousand dollars be sug gettd as the suns necessary to a now court further ordered ai election bebeldanda poll the several precincts tn Lincoln county on Tuesday November 3 the day of tin next etteralelectlonat which the prlatioii nboV1lUrICellttlball beubmlttd- o voters of ount1 for their approval or rejection TheHhurtff of Lincoln county Is directed to advertise said election for least thirty U days next before the day thereof In the IMTKIIIOU JoPRXALnowspnptT being the only newspaper published In IIIMln and the onlcer of said election are directed to hold the election between the shine hours that they are miulred to hold elections for counl olllcers which election shall iw held and conducted In all respects as required byi the general election laws In force In title Into at the time the amn Is held This clerk of tho Lincoln county court- hallrausetobe printed on the ontclnl ballot to tae ned election the word and figures Are you In favor of an roprlHtton of Thirty five Thousand dollars- for building a new courthouse for Lincoln county and have two spacos upon the right of same ono for rotors favoring the appropriation to bedplgnal by the word yes and ono for voters opitotlng the ap propriation to be designated by the wont No and said clerk shall prepare Bld Iml lots In all other respect na rc iulr d liy sad tlon itsa of the Kentucky Htatntvs the event that the requlilta number of legal voters ot Lincoln county vote In favor of saldapproprlatlonlt It ordered that thU court cause of Lincoln the amount of thirty live thousand dollar to Iw rreltltttd vxvcutMl nail Issued on printed forms under the seal of th county by the prv ldliig Judge of the Lincoln county court and counter signed by the clerk of sold court pnynhk to bearer Ht Lincoln County National llank of Htanford Ky which bonds shall not tear 1InlIIer rate of Interest than four per rout semi unnunlly at Lincoln Uounty National lank of Htanford Ky and lntvre t oUltOnlI1RII Iw attached to sakl bonds slgnid by the elrk of the Lln eoln county court sum txutds leeissusl- In three Si scries to wit ttcrles A Merl- es11andl4ertesllierles A embrnoluc ten thousand dollars of said lands b11 consist ota bonds for the sum of eve hundred ipti dollars ttoli and numtiend one loau Boms H embracing ton thousand dollars of said bonds consist of so bonds for the sum of live hundred dollars onch and numbered f mm SI to to anti Me ries C emhntclnc llftwn thousand dol lau of said bonds shall could of ai Ixindi at live hundrwl dollar ouch and number cd from to 70 The bands embraced In testes A shall lie redeemable at the pleas are of the court In and utter seven years front the date of their U sun and shall bt- Jdu and in years from snld datennd ihe bonds embraced In series II shall IM red IIIIble at the pleasure of list court on sod after 10 en from ditto of their Iaue nnd dun and payable U years front the Mid date and the I lit series O shall be redeemable nt the pleasure of tbo court on nail utter 13 years frot51 thedate of their Issua mid due and payable from the said date which bonds shallnot iwarn greater rate of Interest than four m per cent papablesernl annuaUsat Lincoln 00uul1 National k l4tnnfontKyand Merest coupons shah Ie attacht to said mds signed by the clerk of the Lincoln iunty court Attests 011 COOPKU Clerk Abe Cincoln oumy national Dank Of Stanford KentucKy Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 So H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENTC JO REID ASSISTANT CASHIER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSi J B Owsley Stanford S IL Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Prcnchersville Lilburn Gdoch GHberte Creek THE SAFEST AND fUGKEST WAY TQ TRANSFER MONEY Hilly- LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE INCOnPORATCO TELEPHONE COMPArtVI If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best arid Pur est Drugs Call on me W B JflloRobertsDi UOEI RD tYoung Mens Clothes Edcrhcimcr Stein Co Makers young fellows must depend YOUthis store for your style ideas knowledgeof Marvelous hew easy It COMet with these Esltr peclaNlbIIIable en that account Were showing the new Fall styles the new shades in all sixes for Young Men For Sale by H J McROBERJS ML ti OPENING of the newest and bes- tIdes Shoes Hats I Caps Furnishings in town for your moniey Our stock of FallIand Winter more complete than ever before Come in andsee our goods be fore you buy elsewhere ft SAM ROBINSON rtl STANFORD KY Ptrst 9latonal tank i slanfordT6 f Oryantrfif SS2 Capital Stock 5OOOO Surplus and VndiatdtJ Profit r 9 000ti JVas paid in Dividends sinao Organization 2I Snvito 7ffiv jfccouni 500lJ f IIOFFICERS DIRECTORS J S Hocker PresidentF Reid J H Baughman VlcePresldeDtM D Elmore J M Pettus S T Harris DaughiJohn J F Cummins James Robinson II C Baughman Asst Cashr T P Hill J S Hacker WWSaundersBookkeeper C U Tate Removal Sale of Monuments t Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadway wo arc obliged to seek anew location To avoid tho great expense and riskof taking down loading hauling and resetting in tho new show room we propose erecting wo oiler the largest assortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments J28 Headstones 85 Markers at moat attractive prices Persons who may wishfto purchase later in the year could order now and have their work reserved for future delivery Wm Adaftis Hi Sons 142 North Broodway Lexington Ky 1