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I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL YOLo XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 131908 MO 64 Teachers Association I Tho teachers of Educational Division No3 had a very enjoyable and profitable mooting at Klngsvllle Saturdaj Oct 3 A number of teachers and trustees were present and spent the day In discussing educational topics Tho mooting was called to order at 11 o clock Miss Bertha Thompson served the association as organist Supt Sir gleton conducted tho devotional exercli cs by reading the 23rd Psalm and oflfei Ing prayer E G Gilliland opened the discussions for the day with an address on Tho Teachers Mission Cyrus Johnson told tho meeting all about Stood order and how to secure it Ills exec lent talk was followed by an Interest f ing roundtable discussion of the same subject Misses Grace Thompson and Eva Leach of the KIngsvllle Graded School and Miss Serena Young of the Highland school favored tho assocla lion with recitations which were round ly applauded When the noon hour are rived the ladles of Kingsvlllo spread a feast of good things to eat before tho visiting teachers and trustees Tho dmner was spread in the churchyard and after everyone had dined sumptu ously many full baskets were taken up The debate In tho afternoon was hotly contested by both sides It was probably tho most Interesting part ol tho program and brought out a Urgi crowd After considering the argu ment of both sides tho Judges decide that all teachers should attend sorm Normal school for at least six weeks of each year Cornelius Ware gave a good talk on Some Things a Teacher Should Know and Do Miss Fannie Hatfioli read an able essay on The Bad Boy trSupt Singleton gave an explanation oC new school law and pointed out some of the advantages to the peopl of our State Prof A H Long of Al pine Pulaski county was made an hone orary member of the association The meeting adjourned at 330 J J Hid t dlonian took a picture of all tho teach era just outside the building Eight teachers who should have bcei present wore absent Few If any or them had a lawful excuse for their ab once The law says plainly that each teacher shall attend tho teachers SMO elation or teach an extra day Itis now tho duty of tho school trustees to see that an extra day is taught by each teacher who failed to attend If the trustees neglect tho matter tho peopl of the various subdistricts should seo that tho law Is carried into effect Tho following resolutions were adopted by the association lit That we desiro to extend our thanks to the people of the Christie church for the use of their building a a place of meeting for our association 2nd That wo desire to express our appreciation to tho good ladles of Kings villo for the excellent dinner etc thcy 30 cheerfully provided for the visttlnj r teachers and trustees 3rd We wish to thank Miss Berth Thompson for her services as organist and also tho other three girls for the recitations rendered us 4th That we havo another meetinf yeart and that to bo presentLESLIEf ANDERSON lfrho wholesome harmless green and tender steins of a lung heal ing mountainous shrub give to Dr Cough Remedy Its ourativi I tSlioops Tickling or dry bronchia coughs quickly and safely yield to this highly effective Cough medicine Dr Snoop assures mothers that they con with safety give It to oven very young babes No opium no chloroform absolutely nothing harsh torharmful It calms tho distressing II coughs and heals the sensitive memo branes Accept no other Demand Dr Shoop Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Would Mortgage the Farm I A Former on Rural Houtoli Empire Gus W A Floyd by namo says Duoklonri Arnica Salvo oared the two worst sores I over saw ono on my hand and ono on my leg It Is t worth more than Its weight in gold I would not bo without It If I had to mortgago tho farm to got it Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store 3Young Fitznoodlo with a yawn Ya ae it costs me five thousand a year just to live dont yknow Farmer HardpanDont yo pay Itl Talnt wuth ILJudge- Toqulckly check a cold druggist Bro dispensing everywhere a clover Candy Cold Curo Tablet called Pro ventlcs Preventics are also One for feverish children Take Preventlcs at tho sneozo stage to head off all colds Boxof48 25o Pennys Drug Stora Benjamin D Itidgely United States Consul General to Mexico City died sud denly in the Mexico City Pullman while waiting for tho Mexico City train Mr Rldgelys home Is in Louisville CRAB ORCHARD TUG following pupils were neither absent nor tardy during tho first month of Crab Orchard Graded School Eighth Grade Beatrice Bastin Kath erlne Middleton Besslo Holmes Earl BakerSeventh Grade Chaa Jones DavId Anderson Wilson Napier Fred Hoi man Paul Reynolds Ellen Holmes Goodio Redd Nannie Napier Aberdeai Frazier Sixth Grade Martin Strathe CarterIIAaron Frazier Myrtlo GIcszl Shirley Cover Jack Perkins Bessie Reynolds Doyle Singleton Fourth Grade Jas R Anderson Al red Bastin Russell Frazier Rhoda Gross Ethel Gleszl Mamie Holman Wm 0 King Vantoy Martin Churl Moore Hendley Napier Birdie Perkins Marcus Steenbergen Albert Tilfrcy Dee Wilson Third GradeMartha Broughton Jack Collier Joe Tom Edmlston Iucy Gross Annie Monk Henry Robinson John Stephenson Bennie Duke Clar enco King- Second Grade Nadlno McClure Mar Bailey Bryan DIshon Norris Smith Isom McClure Hendley Napier Henry Napier Harvey Kates Keith Singleton Gee William Moore Eugene Edmiaton Floyd Reynolds Perry White Mor lon Harris First GradeAnnie Elam Vivier White Eva Gleszl his Hunter Warren Smith Willie Rutledgc Andrew Rob inson Edgar Robinson Foster Bastin Thos Steenbergen William Dilllon Sam Perkins Owsley King Frank Adams Raymond Bell Edmund Schel der GThwMrs John McKinney and daughters Misses Maggie and Mettle spent sever al days In Garrard with relatives Ed White was with his brother W T White Ho was very much stirred up and enthusiastic over the election and phoned to us to know whether it was a fact or whether ho had dreamed the Bryan was going to be our next pros dent Wo told him it was an event thai would be settled tho third day of next month Henry James has teen very sick Mrs John Pence has been India cd but is improving Wm Skcans oC Illinois Is visiting friends In this sec lion J C Hays who has just return ed from tho West said that ho was go- Ing to spend most of his time in the field working for his party until aftei the election Cyrus James and wit and Mrs J Chappoll are visiting in Indianapolis Mrs Andy Adams is threatened with typhoid fever Here and There Charles II Errlngcrs big stock born in Bourbon was burned by incendiaries Four persons were killed while driv Ing over a railroad crossing near Troy N YMiami University defeated Centra Universitys crack team to 0 at Dan ville Saturday William J Bryan delivered an ad drosa before the Lakes to the Guli Deep Waterways Convention in Chi ago speaking strongly in favor of riv er Improvements and urging that it should be promptly begun The Commissioner of Internal Rovc mo has ruled that rectifiers who sell the same product under several different names must pay the special tax for ach brand instead of ono tax as here afore has been the custom The new law reducing letter postage lotwcen tho United States and Eng land went Into effect last week Let era can now be sent from any part of the United States to any part of England for two cents tho samo as domestic rates CHURCH MATTERS Over 29000 has been subscribed for a new Presbyterian church at Frank ort The Christian church at Jackson Tenn celebrated Its one hundredthun iversnry on Sunday evening with an iniquo service The church was lighted entirely with candles the service be Inning at early candle light The songs were lined out and led with a tun- Ing fork and the men sat on the left side of the church and the women on tho right as in the early days troubheswowuld ono quick Jy disappear If the idea of treating the lauso rather than the effect would come Into practice A tiny Inside ilddon nerve says Dr Shoop governs and gives strength to the stomach A ranch also goes to tho Heart and one to tho kidneys When these Inside nerves fall then the organs must falter Dr Shoops Restorative Is directed specifically to these falling nerves Within 48 hours after startI- ng tho Restorative treatment patients lay they realize a gain Sold by Penny Drugstore NEWS NOTES Tho health of Count Leo Tolstoi Is completely restored The Browder trial at Russcllvlllo reo suited In a hung jury John Waters a prominent citizen of Frankfort Is dead Andrew Cole an aged farmer dropped dead at Smiths Grove War between Servia and Austria Hungary Is now recognized as a possl bllity Chicago won the pennant in tho Na tlonal Lcaguodofeating New York 4 to i Over 35000 people witnessed the game Fire of unknown origin destroyed the tipple trestle and powerhouse of the Fork Ridge Coal and Coke Company near MIddlcsboro Bank exchanges last week at all lead- Ing cities in the United States were 2467874799 134 per cent under the corresponding week of 1907 Practically every manufacturing plant- Is idle in the vicinity of Rlchwood W Va and over 1000 men Bro out of work on account of the drouth A Manila cablegram says Charles II Trotter an American and two Span lards were killed by Filipinos near Lu bao in the province of Pampagna A passenger train was wrecked near Follcr Mont on tho Great Northern railroad The engine went Intotho rive and a fireman and a watchman were killedThe Mississippi River Commission will make an Inspection trip from St Louis to Now Orleans In the Government steamer Mississippi starting OCt tober 21- Escorted by Sheriff Rhea and om soldier Rufus Browder colored who was saved from conviction by a hung jury was brought back from Russell villa to the Louisville jail After the first ballot had been taker John J Hannahan for 23 years grandmaster of the Locomotive Firemen and and Enginemen withdraw and W S Carter was elected to succeed him The Canadian Pacific Railroad Com papy has agreed to tho proposal of the striking mechanics to take them back The company has shipped ill of the strike breakers back to the East and South In the most exciting long distance automobile contest ever seen in Phila delphia George Robertson driving a locomobile won tho 200mile race over a dangerous eightmile course in Fair mount Park Ills time was four hours two minutes and 30 secondlIFire which broke out on the roof ol the kitchen at tho infirmary of the Kentucky Confederate Home at Pewee Valley threatened the destruction of the institution for a time and only the prompt and determined work of the officials and inmates prevented n sent ous conflagration The proposed arbitration treaty between China and the United States wti signed at tho State Department In Washington Wu Ting Fang tho Chinese Minister acting on behalf of the Chinese Government and Secretary Root on behalf of the American Govern mentThe Peabody educational fund which tho trustees decided two years ago to distribute In tho South is intact The trustees mot in New York and after distributing the income 90000 among several Southern educational Institu tions it was decided to defer the die tribution of the pripclpal fund until tome more definite action Is taken by ho State Legislature of Tennessee in elation to tho appropriation to the Peabody Normal School at Nashville which is to receive 1000000 of the und A pain prescription 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 Pink Pain Tablet Pennys Drug Storo r NEW iNSTUUcron Miss Virginia Bourne of Stanford Ky niece of udge and Mrs T W Taylor has been mado instrumental instructor at Mar shall College This will bo learned with ileasuro by her numerous friends whom she visited in our city and they will be made doubly glad to know that sho will reside hero Miss Bourne cannot be surpassed as a musician of tho true type having exceptional talent and is possessed of great love for her Mrk being untiring in her efforts to Impart her knowledge to pupils She graduated nom the Cincinnati College oC Music after a threeyear course tho last year her scholarship being given her for having accomplished such dim cult and excellent work so satisfactori f Huntingdon W Va News Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly strengthens the lungs and xpels colds Got the genuine In a yel low package Now Stanford DrugCo N HUSTOWVILLE The teachers training class of the Christian church meets each Saturday at 2 r M in the church All the musical talent of tho Chris tlan church is requested to attend the rehearsals on each Tuesday evening at 7 Brown of Lexington Is at home on his annual vacation Judge Val Morse is visiting at Etowah Tenn Miss Edna Camnitz is seriously lit with appendicitisThe to the C W B M met with Mrs Charles Lutes Thursday Mrs Lutes lead and Mesdames E S Powelland Ed Powell made appropriate talks After services Mrs Lutes servo ed delightful refreshments which added much to tho pleasure of the soda hourThe matter of a new organ of the Vocation typo for the Christian church has been settled and Miss Melle Hopper is chairman of the committee to make tho selection It Is expected thai the instrument will arrive within 10 days and will bo firstclass in every par tlcular Mrs Ann Ellis of Stanford is thi guest of Mrs John Blain Miss Dar ling Daugherty is visiting Mrs T C Carter in Anderson county N C Hicks has rented the George L Carpenter farm Mr Hicks pays 1200 rent for this place and 750 for the place is living on- Elwood Weathcrford who has beer attending school at Lexington Va came home Sunday quite sick His friends hope his illness is not of a seri ous nature George L Carpenter is attending tho National Convention of Christian churches at New Orleans and admiring the beauties of the Crescent City Miss Mello Hopper is visiting friends in Lancaster Danville Is to be the Seuthern terml nus of the Blue Grass Special that has been coming to Moreland for the last eight months This train was a great convenience to our city and community and was liberally patronized from points 15 miles in Casey county whose travel now from that section to Louisville will revert to the L N Next Sunday will be the lost trip of tho train to Moreland IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William Mitchell a retired merchant is dead at Winchester Fred Slesser a prominent merchant of Olympia killed himself in Cincinna ti Tho Paris creamery has closed down on account of the disastrous effects of the drouth At Emanuel Knox county Jim Do rum and Dave Holton killed each other in a row which came up over a game of cards Thieves went to tho home of Mrs N I Buster on the Danville pike robbedI a number of bee hives and se them on fire- Bosarios Kcmper who was in charge of tho U B F ceremony at the burial of Zack Smith in Danville dropped dead on the brink of the grave Jack Hawkins cf Edtill county has made a confession to burning a house in that county Ho says he did it at the instance of James Lane and wife oC RichmondJas Nicholasville has been granted a patent on a combined tirrup and spur and John M Farra Lancaster a patent on a railroad tie and fastener On Trace Branch of Stinking Creek In Knox county Stove Jackson and his wire had a quarrel and she shot him with a bull dog pistol from the effect of whiclf he died John Parsons one of Pulaski countys bad men who was sentenced to five years in the penitentiary and awaiting to be transfercd to Frankfort and rank Sloan awaiting to bo tried at tho next term of court broke jail and made good their escapeSomerset Journal Served as coffee tho now colleo substitute known to grocers everywhere as Dr Shoops Health Coffee will rick even a coffee expert Not a grain of real coffee in It either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nuts etc have been so cleverly blended as to give a wonderfully satisfying cots taste and flavor And Isis 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 have a genuine coffee substitute and ono that would be thoroughly satisfying Inovery possible specs Sold by Pennys Drug- Store A Healthy Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health since we beganUslnglDr Kings New Life Pills three years ago says L A Bartlet of Rural Route 1 Gull Cord Maine They cleanse and tones sysvwa In a gentle way that does yOU good 25o at Penny Drug Store snoet i T Shoop 4 O6 S It is your faulj if you do not buy good Shoes for Fall Our line is now full of good values i- nHanan Bates Eclipse Douglas Queen Quality Red Cross Buster Brown Etc In all the new styles and shapes Take A Look Cumitiins Wearer STANFORD KENTUCKY Tooth Brushes If you want a Tooth Brush that will give perfect satisfactionJ try one of our 25c Guaranteed Brushes We have all sizes and shapes v 5 aersr PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky BlANK Our New Concrete Fire Proof Bank Building Wo wish to can the publics attention to the filCt that rNow Concrete Fire Proof Bank Building is now colIpletcd and that wo are now permanently located in same SWe needed better accommodations for our business and as we are amply ablo to pay for the building we saw po good reason why wo should not build iLBesides we thinknothing too good for our friends who by their generous patronage have made it possible to for their use so fine a structure built solidly for all time typicalof our institltion which is built as solidly and on as 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 and none too small to receive otir closest attention We havo tho Modern Screw Door Burglar Proof Safe and our depositors are doubly secured by Bank Burglar Insurance also our officers are A cordial welcome awaits you at E Ml The Waynesburg Deposit Bank Wtynesburg LiucolnJCo Kentucky a The Interior Journal t Eo C WALTON I WL MCARTY If a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot the democratic party I M BAUGHMAN Ii n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailer of subject to the action of the Democrat party- J I M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of abject to the action of the Democrat Harty JAMES C HAYS Ii a candidate for Jailer of DemocratR sweet to the action of the DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN j It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun i ty subject to the action of tho Democratic party J W FOLEY Ii a candidate for Asssssor of Lincoln conn ttyubjecttotbeactlon of the democratic J A DUDDERA- RI a candidate for assessor of Lincoln Coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party N DEMOCRATIC TICKET For resident iWmlun Jennings Bryan- Of Nebraska For Vice President John Worth Kern of Indiana For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county For County Judge John sun Owsley Jr For Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE TilE democratic candidate for presi dent a few days before the election 1904 charged that the republican cam paign managers had raised enormous sums of corporation money for his defeat To this Roosevelt gave the lie saying Parkers accusations against Mr Cortelyou and against myself are monstrous If true they would foreve- brand us with infamy etc In th e meantime the revelations have amply shown that Judge Parker spoke th truth The latest proof is the levy o 100000 on the Standard OilCo If the truth was known the bottom of all the irruption of 1904 has not been reach ed A little of the lid only has been lifted But since then Roosevelt has harped on other strings He has at tempted among other things to fasten upon the democratic party the suspic ion of illegitimate relations with the Standard Oil Co Though he has miss erably failed in this he has succeeded in fixing the brand on himself Let him wear it as best he can TUB paper mills of the International Paper Co commonly called the Paper Trust in Franklin N H has just re sumed operations because the employes have accepted a 5 per cent reduction in wages That reduction of wages like the 10 per cent cut made by the Standard Roller Bearing Co some months ago and hundreds of other reductions was made with Theodore Roosevelt in the White House Joseph G Cannon in the speakers chair and the Dingley tariff bill on the statue book Why should the wage earners trust the republican party to give them a prosperity which they lost under it A MAN who was fined 1200 and given 32 months to work on the coun ty roads at Winchester Va is said to have taken a chew of tobacco and laughed when sentenced was impos ed He must have a keener sense of humor than most people to see any thing in such a sentence It certainly is no laughing matter ONE billion dollars This is now the cost of tbe national government for one year It looks big to the ordinary tax payer but it probably seems quite mod peribillion dojlars worth of watered stocks vycar for the past ten years PKIR ROCKEFELLER says A laborer Is worthy of his hire but no more and in the long run he must contribute an equivalent for what he is paid Won der when Mr Rockefeller will begin working for refunding Mit FORAKER returned the draft for 50000 because the deal did not go through Mr Cortelyou did not return the 260000 raised by Mr Harriman presumably because the deal did go through GUESSES on Bryans majority in Lin coIn county are coming in rapidly y Rtt r yfiLUAu B TAFT in ac r uing the TaftSherm aft Club of The Highlands said at Cincinnati that he was going to make speeches in Kentucky Tennessee North Carolina Virginia and Maryland not so much because he thought he could carry those States as for the purpose of trying to convrnce them tht It is a mistake on their part to remain a permanent political asset of any one party A WHISKY candy is now made for consumption in prohibition communi ties that is almost the real stuff in tabloid form and the prohibitionists are threatening to prosecute any per son handling it TUB momemtous question is at last settled President Milton H Smith of the L N says he is going to vote for Taft POLITICAL S P McDowqll has withdrawn from the race for sheriff in Boyle Washington county democrats will nominate a county ticket by a primary Nov 22- Hon Seth Low formerly mayor of New York City spoke at Richmond Saturday in the interest of Taft W A Rothwell Democratic Na tional Committeeman of Missouri died at his home at Moberly Mo John W King has been appointed postmaster at Speck Adair county and John L Corum at Tinsley Bell county Congressman A 0 Stanley of the Second district says he has about made up his mind to run for governor Stephen A Douglas son and namesake of the great rival of Abraham Lincoln died suddenly at his home in ChicagoG Ballard school superintendent of Rpckcastle has announced for the republican nomination for county judgeGeorge K Sheldon treasurer of the republican campaign fund has issued an appeal to 10000 business men ask ing them to give SO each Senator Thomas H Paynter and Gov W P Thorne will speak in Danville on Monday October 19th court day a 130 oclock in the afternoon Gov Charles E Hughes of No York wound up his tour of Kansas in the interest of the Bepublican ticket with a speech at Wichita All doubt as to John Mitchells peal tion on the presidential race has been set at rest by the publication of a let 1ter written by him in which he warmly advocates the election of the Demo cratlc ticket The report shows that it took 330 000 to elect Hughes in New York more money than the Democrats have in this cap iltn It is said however gonerfor money to save him ExSenatorT R Welch of Nicho candidacyfHe is a very popular democrat and was one of Gov Goebels attending physicians during his last illness The Taylor County Sentinel is the name of a new paper which will make its appearance at Campbellsville The paper will be Democratic and will have for its editor a persevering young Democrat Rufus Mathews of Taylor countyAll robberies committed by all of the insurance companies In all times in the past does not amount to onefifth of the robberies committed under the Dingely law in one single yearGover- nor Cummins republican governor of IowaNational Chairman Hitchcock has an nounced that Mr Taft would remain on the stump until the day of the elec tion After making a short swing in the South the Republican candidate will invade the East where he will remain until the campaign closes Timothy L Woodruff republican State chairman of New York said that Andrew Carnegie had contributed 2QI 000 to the republican campaign fund The only other contributor of 1000 or over according to Mr Woodruff is Mrs Russell Sage who gave 1000 The Democratic National Committee on Oct 16 will announce the contribu tions that have been made to the cam paign fund and the names of the con tributors According to statements given out in New York the amount so far received is something like 220000 William J Bryan and William H Taft met at the banquet of the Chicago Commerce Association and both deliver ed addresses The meeting of the two political leaders was an occasion of dra matic interest and as they clasped hands at the festal board the other guests cheered long and loud Traveling through Missouri William J Bryan delivered 25 speeches allof them being heard by large and enthusi antic crowds The closing speech of the day wan at St Joseph On his tour Mr Bryan was accompanied by sentatives of all the Democratic factions in Missouri and by several of the State candidatesJohn Kern the Democratic vice presidential nominee concluded hisI Southern speaking tour Saturday night with an address to a demonstrative crowd at Huntington W Var He ali so spoke during the day at Point Pleas ant After resting a day or two at bit home in Indianapolis Mr Kern will en ter upon an eastern tour Me TooTaft will invade Kentucky next Thursday Oct 15 beginning at Ashland and speak from his special train at Olive Hill Morehead Mt Sterling Winchester Frankfort and Shelbyvillo It is planned to havo Judge Taft leave his train at Lexington and hold a meeting at some point in that city The State election was held in Georgia last week At this writing the re ports Indicate election of Joseph M Brown the Democratic candidate for Governor by a majority of over 80 000 over Yancy Carter the nominee o the Independence party The Democratic candidates for other State offices had no opposition MATRIMONIAL Henry Royalty end Miss Sarah Royalty of Bohon were married last week Hubert Clarence Griggs of Rich mond and Miss Gertrude Foster of Utica were married in New Albany IndMadam Rumor has It that a mighty attractive young lady of the East End and a young farmer on the Knob Lick pike are soon to wed Sam Levitan who clerked for Sam Robinson was married some weeks ago to Mrs Annie Landy of Danville The fact was made known only a few days ago Mr Levitan will likely engage in business on his own hook Had a loseMrs Ada XL Croom the widely known proprietor of the Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several months I suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to have Its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I be gan taking it and three bottles affected a complete cure1 The fame of this life saving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold at Pennys Drug Store 50e and el Trial bottle free Good Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my anacre farm 8H miles Houthmst of Hustonville It 11111 balanceton For further RywMASONS MEET Lincoln Lodgu No Ft A M will meet In stated communication on each first anti third Monday nlchts of each month at 79oclock In their hall Main street Htan ford Ky Membersohlsterlodgs tire Ira L1rnnyyNotice of Application for Pardon Faulkner Kennedy who was convicted of manslaughter In circuit court of Lin coin county the November term of said Ill ask the Uovernor for pardon nod aitwho object will nutlly theOOYefnOr and state In writing any objection FAULKNKIl KKNXBDY FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acres of good blue grass inneyonthefencing good plenty of water and fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land ono tnlle Kastof half under fEInt lenly of water and good tobacco land Hoe grow ing crop JAUIVKNHAgent McKinney Ky Good Farm For Sale I will sell at public auction on TIIUIIHDAYOOT BlWrt At oclock iny farm of 1M acres one mile west of McKinney on thA Huitonvllle and McKlnnerplkll and 54 miles from Huston ns the Michael floyd place The farm Is In a fine state of cultiva tion and over half It virgin soil The Im provements Include a good dwelling burn und other outbuildings Well watered and fencing is good Terms mode known onday of sale AJlllIxto Phelps Oob Danville Ky or Stanford sly PUBLIC SALE I I will soil at public auction at farm one mile North of MoKlnney on the McKln ney A Huitonvllle pike 8 miles from llus tonyllle and on Q railroad on VKDNE8DAY OCT JI Hoglnlnjr at fjn A x thee following des scribed property consisting of sine of the KentuckyThegreatDignitymares by Dignity Darlithree handsome twoyearolds by two nice earllng studs by The Warlleld some nice weanlings by seine stallion lot of handsomely bred brood tn very nee locks good size style foot bono and color foalfourmilk cows 25 extra good yearling cuttle splendid calves mountain owes 1W nice hogs if not sold privately before sale and other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale RIf OWE 8 MoKlnney Ky J P Chandler uucti- onerIPUSLIC SALEo- f Farm Stock Crops andIFarming Implements Having decided to change locations I will sell to the highest bidder on TUKHDAYOOT S 1109 beginning at u A Im splendid home sit uated on the Hustonville and Danville pike one mile from Hustonville containing 120 InDOncreInrooms halls and porches burns unit all repl1lrVellcisterns Live ttockono pair well broke wprk horses t years old three good brood yearlinghorse nlcoIvntouthuitU on Tara Deerlnic bindermowing machine wheat drill Kenwood OhlledturllllllC kitchenfurnitureTwo daysofdinner for all It LOHUISMAN liustonvlileiy a l For Sale Privately I f My houio and lot house contains eight room with clttnrn and pantry rooms an all necessary outbuildings such ai smokehouse buggy house coal house hen house and a very good stable for further de scription on J II imimiT Htanford Ky The Truth Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent cured b Zemo a clean liquid foi scllZEMCf McKINNEY MARILE GRANITE E WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments FirstClass Work at Reasonable Prices Office and Works MoKlnney Ky Shop closed on Haturday Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form 3f Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E Wi lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Fruit and Ornamental Trill I Everything for Orchard1Lawn nnd Garden Wo have no agents Free Catalogue 11 P IIiLiRNMKYin L SusL- exington Ky When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken lor a tailor of ex Then your clothes whether low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your nua uro for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Fall and Winter sum pies on hand ready for your Inspection 110 KUPLUYTheTatlor Stanford Ky Adorinas Fox list handsome large young Jersey Hull des scented trout a long and unbroken line of the most noted bUll and cows on the laland of Jersey England and America Ills sire Is one of bulls over Imported and his dam ts a show cow that hits given Oi pounds of rich milk In one day If ou bo l lke begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor and have a strictly gird cowyou should avail yourself of his set vice Ho will bo allowed to serve n limited number of approved registered rows outside of our own herd this year for tee of Is each Make engagement before sending cow to be bred D AUTTKIt KyNbull calves that will be sold at right pri- cesCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con crating as k Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing trout n house down to a fence past We can serve you promptly and guarantee nmolnti prlebeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Weak Kidneys kJdDJNunaorganIlseltand strengthen them Dr Bhoops BsttonUv Ii a medicine spectaally jlrepared to ranch thew slmeIslnuswell U your trek aches or Is weak U lbs orto scalds oils dark and stroar UJoubYU7IDPtoms of arlghts or other dl6 or dangerous kid 1Itu try Or Bhoops KcstoraUv a month wWdo ShoopsRestorative PENNYS DRUG STO- REHENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people in tbe United States here not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things talr In all things clean in all things It Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to o- ftr the WEEKLY OOUBIKKOOUNAL one yes and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the combination to usaot t the OourlerJoura- UND ER IVERR The season of changes is here and we iIiAtmustWe are especially well fixed this time inUn = i derwear r The Royal Silk Plus is unquestionably the best Underwear on the market today Never fadesnever draws up medium weight but WARMER than anything x r else In shirts and drawers at 15O the gar anent WRIGHTS WOOL FLEECED is the standard Everybody knows it The wool a little softer and weight a little heavier than other makes Shirts and Drawers at the garment COOPERS WRIGHTS balbrigan Shirts and Drawers Just the thing for those who do not like heavy Underwear Soft and pleasant the garment UNION SUITSIsoft warm balbrigan at and 2 thef J suit Of course the cheaper grades 50c stuff we all have Some buy LIGHTER WEIGHTS and sell them a little less than 50c butthey are LIGHTER WEIGHTS AND POORLY MADE Boys Union Suits 4 to 15 years good ones for 50c the suite l H J McROBERTSISTANFORD KENTUCKY The Emporium Ijustonville Have now their Fall stock complete for your inspection Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts t ever Attempted in HustonvillttOur prices always conservative Sco our Tailored Gownsnew and pretty Wo have just introduced this lino Ladies Skirts our Fall lino of Cloaks Ladies Wiescs and Children you will find to ho money savers to you Shoo stock now complete We have handled the Sterling Shoo for years to our satisfaction and to the trade Try a pair and ho convinced Every department is now complete nnd ready for your inspection Yours for fair ex change CHAS fHUSTONVILLE BeechNut Brandtl eausOnce tried always used Money back if not satisfactory oBeechnutI Cranberry Sauce Sliced Bacon Currant Jelly Orange Marmclade Grape Jelly Pineapple Preserves Peanut Butter Always fresh Cull and BOO lino on the market OBORGE pARRIS JUST J Received a full stock off Wagon material includ ing Spokes Rims Bug gyand Wagon Iron Also a full line of Tinware Grate Baskets Grate Frames Etct t Geo Da Hopper Stanford Ky unitThe BTAKFOKD KY OCT 13 1908 NEW assortment of local view post cards at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS ISAAC sn Cincinnati on business Mn A C CONNBTT is in Cincinnati on business F MATIIYS of Soo Mich is with r friends hero DR JACKSON GIVENS of Pittsburi woahoro Sunday Mn W J YEAGER of Mlddlesbon was hero Sunday JOHN AIINER of Lee county is with his friend John Lutes MR SAM ROBINSON was in Loulavlll i this week buying goods T D NEWLAND JR of Danville is at his homo here quite sick F Mn CuutGNCE ELMORG and wife ot Corbin are here with relatives a Miss EKFIE WARE of tho Sauflo section hat entered school here PrUss MATTIE SACRAY of Danvllh Bj ent Sunday with her sisters hero MISSES IDA LEE DOURN and AUie Yantis were with friends hero Sunday MRS J W IRELAND and littlo baby aro spending a few days is Danville MRS W M BRIGHT and Miss Mar greet Bright are with Louisville reel lives MR J M REYNOLDS of Boo Lick paid this once a substantial call yes today Mm W C SHANKS and little daughter are with Mrs William Moreland In LexingtonDR ALCORN was called to Mlddlcsboro to see Mr Ed Peyton who is quite sick MRS N C ADAMS and daughter or JChesterflcld III aro theguests of Mrs J M Phillips liON F P COUIICST of Liberty and Je Coulter of Middloburjr wee hero yesterday DR B F WALTER wife and dough e ter Miss Kathleen Walter spent Sun with relatives here MR E J HOWBNSTINB of Bellcfon tame 0 is hero to see one of Stan fords attractive girls t M RS JAMBS W GRAHAM and children of Knoxville were tho guests of her aunt Mrs M C Saufley J A WALLACE of Springfield is at tho bedside of his mother Mrs Mar- E Wallace who is quito Ill ELWOOD WEATIIERKORD son of Mr and Mrs J G Wcathcrford of Uus tonvlllc Is ill with typhoid fever MR ARTHUR BEHRENDS of Spring field 0 who has been visiting his sis ter Mlle Minnie Sine left for his homo last week MR E C HOPPBR and daughter Mian Mello Hopper of Huitonvlllc passed through to Lancaster Sunday to visit relatives t MR W P WALTON and family or t Lexington Mr T It Walton and wife of Atlanta and Mrs I N Vaughn 01 Richmond Va will arrive at noon today for a brief visit to their brother the editor of this paper LOCALS LET Jesse D Wearen Stanford in lure your tobacco e FOR SALE Hot blast stove Apply to T W Pcnnlngton Stanford FOR SALE50 Brown Leghorn hens Mrs J M Cress Prcachcrsville 2t NEW line of lap robes and horse f blankets just in J C McClary i REV ANDREW JOHNSON prohibition icandidate for Congress will speak a t Rowland at 230 and Stanford at 7 P M on the 10th We desire to thank the good people of Stanford for their kindness to us during our recent bereavement Mrs f W G McBco and children rI A GENTLEMAN who has seen Vice Presidential Nominee John W Kern says ho greatly resembles our dlstin guished townsman Judge M C Saufloy A BRYAN and Kern Club was organ t Ized at McKinney Saturday afternoon with 125 members enrolled S Mj Owens was elected president and Joo Leo Murphy secretary and treasurer lIONS HARVEY HELM and R II Tomlinson and Judge J S Owsley spoke to a good crowd at Crab Orchard Saturday afternoon in tho interest of the democratic ticket and much en thusiasm was manifested by the East Endcra J As executor of M CloraBallard I will sell at the residence of Mrs Bun Withers on Saturday Oct 17 a lot of personalty consisting of household and kitchen furniture All articles In first class condition Salo begins at 2 p C a Withers 2t BLACK LEaiMr J C Lynn and Dr Hugh Reid vaccinated 75 cattle for W 0 Walker and 34 for Sam Matheny It i is said that a lot of black leg is among tGre119ck learnj GET Singletons prices on stoves SUM GARLAND SINGLETON paid the teachers their October salary Saturda Low RATES to Louisville via L N account Fall Races Sept 28th to Oct 17th TilE L N Igive a round trip rate to tho Lexington trots at 2 lin Ited to Oct 17th LARGE and well selected lino of lap covers just received E T Pence Call and seo shedseIFOR SALES II Aldridgo cottage on Avenue or will rent by tho month until sold See or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky TUB young men of Stanford gave an enjoyable impromptu dance at Walton Opera house Friday night Prof Taylor and Dr Join Cook furnished tho music liON T B MCG EGOR assistant attorney general addressed a fair Ilzed audience here Saturday afternoon an tho interest of the republican ticket His oratory was not of tho etone mot big variety ITIIERE will bo big timesecCrab Or afternoon next 1711 when ExCov W P Thome will speal A brass band will be on hand and arter the speaking tho democrats will tako part In a big horseback parade De sum to be present youll enjoy tho occasion CONGRESSMAN HELM has appointed David R Lee son of Mr George Let of Boyle and Henry P Burnett of Shclbyvllle to fill two vacancies in tho naval academy at Annapolis The IIrst alternates aru Wallace Bruce of Per ryvillc and John M Fish of Mt Vet nonlioN ANDREW JOHNSON of Jess mine county prohibition candidate lor Congress in tho Eighth district will deliver his famous address on Blood and Thunder at Moreland Thursday Oct 16 at 730 P M at Hustonvillo Friday Oct 10 at 2 P M Prof A C Johnson tho gifted soloist will render mi sic for the occasion All Bro welcome MIDDLRTON CAL waLL son of Mi Dan W Caldwell of Waynusburg was run over by the Southbound passcngc on tho Q c Sunday afternoon ant killed When last seen he was walkin up tho track ton cut near Wayncsburi limits and it Is supposed that he lat down on the track and foil asleep lie was a hardworking young man and in his sudden taking away much sympathy is felt for his parents brothers and its ten who aro left to mourn his loss PROGRAM Farmers Institute to be hold here today and Wednesday Meeting called to order by president at 10 A M J II Baughman Opened will prayer Rev T W Barker Welcome Address W H Shanks Response John G Blair Tho Outlook for Orchard ing in Kentucky W II Clayton Increasing Wheat Yield John G Blair Improving Farm Water Supply Adan W Carpenter Improving Corn Crop W II Clayton Wednesday Restorinf Fertilizer to Worn Soil John G Blair Handling the Hemp Crop C E Tate Renovating the Old Orchard W II Clayton Dairying Prof J J Hooper Clover on Kentucky Farms John G Blair Cow Peas as Stock Food and Soil Renovaton W II Clayton Tobacco General Discussion PUBLIC SPEAKING Hons W H Shanks and T J Hill Jr will speak st Turneraville Tuesday Oct 13 at P M Hon C A Hardin Common wealths attorney and Judge J S Iwslcy will speak at Moreland Wed icaday Oct 14 at 730 P u Judgo S Owsley George B Saufloy and W- S Burch will speak at Mooroa School house Thursday Oct 15 at 730 R M Judge J S Owsloy lion M F North tad W S Burch will speak at Rich roV Schoolhouse Friday Oct 16 at 730 p Geo B Saufley and T H Shanks will speak at Kingsvillo Friday Oct 1C at 730 P uHona M F forth Geo B Saufley and T J Hill Jr will speak at Wayncsbnrg Saturday Oct 17 at 7 P M Lieut Gov W P Thorno and lion John Todd will peak at Crab Orchard Saturday Oct 17 at 2 PM and at Stanford that light at 730 p M IT behooves all democrats to get to- work for tho National and local ticket In Lincoln county The republicans are ctivo and it is not hard for them to got ogethcr on all matters that redound to heir interest Let harmony prevail verywhero and all will be well From what wo can learn Lincoln county Is in rood shape for tho democrats but by good organization it can bo made better If you want an economical admin itrutlon of your fiscal affairs in Lincoln ounty elect Judgo Owsley judge on Nov 3rd Ho is eminently qualified for the office ho seeks and will fill it to the satisfaction of all The oyes of democracy will fall on those democrats In lincotniwho are candidates and will be candIdates for county offices next year U you fall to do your duty for the nom GiveIwUl come hereafter ATTEND Iho teachers meeting tMcIKinney Oct 17 at 1 P M G ton Supt LOST Sunday night a long black overcoat Leave at this office and get reward ITilE democrats aho bear in mind that Gov Thorno will speak at Crab Saturday afternoon J H CO aro layin tho foundation for their big warehous on Mill street opposite the millISEE the splendid Webber wagon on sale at Coffey Bishops store Moro land Best farm and road walton made ONE FARE plus cents round trip to Lexington October 016 1908 via L N account Fall Races Kentucky Trot ting Horse Breeders Association POSITIVELY no hunting or trespassing allowed on my farm Those doing so will bo prosecuted to tho full extent ot the law Mrs R L Williams Hui Itonville Ky Box SUPPER There will bo a box supper at Goshen schoolhouse Saturday night from 730 till 10 oclock The proceeds will go toward purchasing a brary Miss Stella Holtzclaw tells us WE had a clodsoaking rain Frida and Saturday and no doubt it will prove blessing to tile farmer after all Oh Lord send us some more for even Imall favors are thankfully received CHAIRMAN W H SIIANKS will orgar Ize a Bryan and Kern club at Mercian Wednesday night lion C A Hardir of Hnrrodsburg will address the club after its organization There will also bo a club organized at Turncravlllo night MR JAMES A DUDDEKAR announce a this issue his candidacy for the democratic nomination for assessor of Lincoln county Mr Dudderar has alway been a democrat is a farmer of IllnlC oxpcricnco and is therefore fanllla with the worth of lands etc which II of considerable importance to the assessor He has many warm friends In the county and they will do all in their power to assist Mr Dudderar in land- Ing the office ON Thursday Oct 15th at Huston vlllo the Lincoln County Medical Socio ty and the Central Kentucky Medical Society will meet in joint session am will hold a memorial service at the gravo of Dr Hawkins Brown Ho was the founder of the Central Kentucky Medical Society and duly elected to various offices This society has had a most honorable and worthy member ship Many of the best physicians ir Kentucky are its members Dr Brown friends are cordially invited to be pres ent and bring flowers to decorate the grave Drs Anvil Price John C Bo goo James B Kinnaird J T Wesley Bcrtio Carpenter J Tom Price and J G Carpenter will mako appropriate remarks on this great event J Ton Price Beetle Carpenter J G Carpen ter committee of arrangements- SPEAKINOlio n John K Hendricks of Paducah spoke to a courthouse full of people yesterday lie was introduc ed by lion W II Shanks Mr Hen dricks at onco told of tho magnificent platform presented to the people by the democrats in National Convention at Denver and spoke so earnestly of itt effects throughout tho land Ills tributes to Bryan and Kern were beautiful and ho showed to his hearers the thor ough unfitness and the mismanagement of the government by tho republican party Mr Hendricks effort was o splendid one and wo are sure it did much good for the National ticket as well as the local one lie is n magni firms speaker and very popular indeed with the democracy of Lincoln county Ho urged tho democrats to be on the alert and go to tho polls on Nov 3rd sad vote tho straight democratic ticket from top to bottom MR THOMAS R TON formerly business manager of tho Stanford Ky INTERIOR JOURNAL but now a retired merchant of Atlanta Ga is the guest of Col W P Walton at his homo on Vest Third Street Mr Walton does tot visit his Kentucky homo every year and his coming was made tho occasion of a happy family reunion this week at Col Waltons all tha surviving brothers and sisters and their children being present Twentyfive years ago Toml Walton as the bustling business mana ger of the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL was one of the best known and opular members of tho newspaper trnI ernity in Kentucky but poor health compo lied him to abandon journalism and for a year he traveled extensively in tho South and West Ills series of Interesting letters descriptive of his ravels and printed in tho INTERIOR OTRNAL at the time were among tho most brilliant contributions of the kind ever contributed to a Kentucky newspaper At the conclusion of his travels Mr Walton whose health had greatly mproved settled down at Atlanta Ga where ho embarked in the grocery bus- Iness and in which ho remained until his etirement recently Mr Walton will ovisit his old home in Stanford and spend several days in Kentucky where bo has many friends and admirers be ore returning to Atlanta Lexington Leader STEve BENEDICT for sbootingonth daysInLOST last week a handsome small diamond setting Return to Mrs W S Denham and receive liberAl reward IMPORTANT business is to be transacted at the K P lodge Thursday nigh and all members are requested to 10 present H C Wray K of R S WHO WANTS TO BUY A PIANO I can furnish as fino a piano an over was shipped to Lincoln county If not sups rlor to any piano now In use in Stanford I will pay all freight and gfv my commission on same Address W B Barker Stanford Ky Y AFTER next Sunday the Blue Gras Special which now runs between Cincinnati and Moreland will be stoppe at Danville This will cut off all con nections with tho Q C and our pea plo will hereafter be compelled to driv to take the trains on that road if they take them at all AN Bryanand Kern cub was organized at Hustonville Saturday night George D Weatherford was mado president Dr J C Barker vicepresident J W Hoskins secretary and W M Myers treasurer Congressman Helm lion C C Bagb and Judge Sam Owsley addressed the members DESIRABLE PLACE FOR RENT I desire to rent my house large barn BII necessary outbuildings and 63 acres of lane on HATUHDAY GOT 81 nt J p x I will itll on m premises n lot 01 household nUll kitchen furniture Rood milk cow and pure bred White I eghor chickens MKU CHAN H HIVOLKTOX Grab Orchard Ky The Remedy that Always Cures znrot rccofolud tl tktnoit honest sod laccenful niilcb la Us weilj to- dirZEMO + Initially rellcrtt sad rulllI r inj perms neollr cues Eczema nod ill Itching ikln Use Get DruUltllWrlle EWRMcMtdldacC StUuUHs PUBLIC SALE boglnnlngAtTHUH8DAY OCT 15 1808 the following described property SIno brood mere In font to Jack mule colt pair of iyenroM work mBrednlft moron ayesr uld Zyenrold pony Ibeefstalldrycow urllntt mules JetRoy Jersey bull sty cow1 year old lack III shont I fat 0 harness etofdoublehnrnee ponr single bar ness I elder mill corn crusher I cuttlnboxes Xcnlllvntora mowing machine wsganTennuL H UXDKUWOOD BON KyAPublic Sale- of Roal Estate I Wo will sell nt public outcry on HATURDAY OCT lfS about acres of nix Hirer bottom land This land Is within ono mile of the town ot Ornb Orchard About 100 acres well timber ed Land will bo sold In parcels tosult pur chasers and as n whole Hale will be made to aun purchasers Terms easy and monde known on dRY of sale For Information coll on ornclilre A Addams Oral Orchard Ky or W Burch Htanford Ky Halo will take plnco at Crab Orchard At J oclock P M JOHN BUCHANANS HIIH Crab Orchard Ky PUBLIC SALE I will sell at my farm two mile East 0- 1Dnnvllleon the Lexington pike on Wednesday Oct 21 1908 Rt 10 oclock AI head of One thorough tired horses Including the celebrated Im Huskln The remainder onilstsof 10head of registered Badclle Htal lions mares unit colts headed by the three rear old stallion Chesters Last I will also offer six aged jacks and eight Jennet nil of which are breeders and extra iouslsteofmyentlthold inandtlierenre 10 culls to be found among them All of the nlmnU are lint class In every detail nnd will be sold without reserve or until Terms undo known on day otsnle Write for Catalogue T U BniOHT Danville Ky English nnd Hunn Auctioneers t- S x IJc III GdoD j c 2 w o tJi t r o t r 8 a lc In a S i Suits1 Rt- A I Gloaks Skirts Wo have just placed on sale quite a number of new and attractive Suits in the very prettiest materials and designs the New York makers could produce 1250 to 45IOne hundred new Cloaks in the new Princess Josephine styles at5 to 25 One hundred and fifty new Skirts in Voile Panama and Fancy Mixtures in Satin Trimmed Plain Gored nnd Gored Coat Styles ++ 4Hf KH + 4 H M H M H N+ SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main DepotJSts STANFORD KY New Goods I We have just received a new line of Bolting lurching Collars Linen Towels from 50c to 8100 Shirt Waist Silks in nil colors from 81 to 8150 Also nico line of Comforts from 125 to 2600and I Blankets from 81 per pair to 85 per pair Ac We invite your inspection and guarantee Price and Quality TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 6 f f Whethert scissors or the Largest pair ofRO shears the points theyblaes RetainJhnt5moothVelvetActioa byIW H HIGGINS it11 1fJ w The Interior Journal Jfntered in the Post OQee et Stanford GI tttenddau matter- pVIILIefDD TUMDJLTBI AND TRTDA- Yif AT 100 PER YEAR CASH BWWhen not to paid f 100 will be charge1 L at N TIME TABLE No H Month 1111 P Mo Si Houth 1153 P x- No21Northt85A x No H North J18 P JOS S RICE Agent B D CARTER li Now Llvorv Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I f For the arrest and conviction of any person trespauing upon my farm day or night or doing Injury to tock In traveling the pub Itc Injury to took from the of other This reward refers to specfalI alto over two fllpeachJOOarpenter A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building George B Pruitts reduced prices will continue until Oct 15 G B Pruitt Moreland A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed Fqr Insurance on Farm Property in eluding Tobacco Barns talkwith Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 I desire to sell privately my splendid Blue- Grass Farm of ns acre situated In the Wet End of Lincoln county one mile North of MoKlnney Farm llet on splendid pike at well os on the Q A O Railroad It 9u miles from llllUonlIIe and 8 miles from the county seat Faint Is well improved amt ho ail necessary buildings fenced and on abundance of water Convenient to schools and churches and e pclally convenient for traders and shippers One of the best tock farms In Lincoln county All of the land It product- Ive and a machine can be run over every foot of U About lOOacret In cultivation and the crop shows for Itself tel acres are being prepared for wheat this Fall For further particulars nddnut or call on a M OWENS McKinney Ky JLBeazieyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and DealerlinlHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY Hot Phone Home Phone K t Wt m FARMERS DIPARTM1HT Fresh Jersey cow for sale W C Shanks Stanford T C Rankin bought 20 mule colts an average of 57 Lutes Co sold to William Land a lot of fat heifers at 3Jc C J SIpple bought of various parties 27 carloads of hay at 9 to 11 Forty grocery stores In Chicago were fined 50 each for selling oleomarga rlncSpanish Queen driven by Gus Macol won the Transylvania at Lexington Best time 211 A few Polled Angus bull calves subject to register for sale J W Baugh man Stanford Ky There will be books and bookmaker at Latonia during the coming meeting at the Milldale course Lawrence Jones of Louisville bough Queen of the May a handsome three yearold walktrot mare for 5000 J E Madden sold to H P Whitney the crack twoyearolds Sir Martin Fayette and Lady Bedford for 50000 A fine Shropshire Down buck left my place a month ago Reward for his return or Information leading thereto James McKechnle Hubble Fortyfive thousand pounds of Equity tobacco was destroyed in a large priz- Ing warehouse belonging to J J Fa gan living near Germantown Mason countyWhite Western mare came to my place Sept 21 II branded on left hind leg Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep J Nevin Canter Stanford At a meeting of the District Board of the Burley Tobacco Society held in Winchester Clarence LeBus was unani mously reelected President and Gus A Brooks Secretary COURT DAY There were about 400 cattle on the market here yesterday but only a few of them sold The prices ranged from 2J to Sic Mule colts were low averaging about 40 The horse market was dull Louisville is to be made the head quarters of the Union Tobacco Society a 75000000 combination of all the tobacco raising societies in Kentucky In diana Tennessee Virginia West Vir ginia Wisconsin Ohio Illinois and MissouriThe of live stock at the Chi cago market last week compared with the previous week in round numbers increased 5500 cattle 15900 hogs and 31200 sheep Compared with the cor responding week last year cattle decreased 19800 hogs increased 400 and sheep decreased 37900 Anthrax regarded by the medical profession as the most virulent disease which attacks cattle and horses has broken out in a certain quarter of Shel by county The State authorities have asked the Federal authorities to take command of the fight against the dis ease explaining their action on the ground of lack of cooperation of local health officers A Jewelers Experience- C R Klufror The Jeweler 1060 Vir ginia Ave Indianapolis Ind writes I was so weak from kidney trouble hat I could hardly walk a hundred feet Four bottles of Foleys Kidpey Remedy cleared my complexion cured ay back ache and the Irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business every day and recommend Joleys Kidney Remedy to all sufferers as it cured me after the doctors and other remedies had failed New Stanford Drug Co The trail of the serpent over them all With Stanley Milward of Lexington getting ice having his family rash sent to the Lunatic Asylum in hat city and vegetables from its gardens for his own private table Governor Willson taking 50 for a 30 cents speech to a commencement class in the State and Theodore Roosevelt Presi lent of the United States accepting 260000 for campaign funds from the greatest railway magnate out of jail our friends the enemy are smashing all precedents for a square deal and Down with the Trusts 0 politics how many sins are down in thy name Somerset Journal I Where Bullets Flew David Parker of Fayette N Y a veteran of the civil war who lost foot at Gettysburg says MTho good Electric Bitters have done 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 me I now take them as a tonic and they keep me strong and well COc at Pennys Drug Store Sister AnnDid you get any marks at school terday Bill Bill Yus but theyre where they dont show ketch Married Nan In Trouble- A married man who permits any member of the family to take anything except Foleys Honey and Tar for ought colds and lung trouble is guilty of neglect Nothing else is as good for all pulmonary troubles The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar con alas no opiates and Is in a yellow package New Stanford Drug Co J 1 ft r2trwJrr T l J D Horton PREACHERSVILLE has returned from Lex ington Mrs G C Kennedy has been iil but is better lOur school is not in session this week pn account of the illness of theteacher Miss Kate Waters of Stanford Rev F D Palmeter was sent back to this place by the M E conference lIe tells us that Rev Hobbs who once preached here is dead About 7 oclock Sunday evening a great dense cloud of smoke and very foul smelling drifted over our city from the North There was much conjecture as to the cause when a bright lad remarked It must be Cincinnati burn Ing up- Mies Georgia King of Mobile Is vis- Iting at W P Whites Miss Beulah Jordan of Corbin is with relatives here Miss Eliza Anderson of Lancas ter is the guest of Mrs F F Cum mins and her uncle John Anderson Woodson Carpenter who sustained In juries in a runaway which were thought to be fatal is able to be out 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 Foleys Orino Laxative and the next morning tho fever was gone and ho was entirely well Foleys Orino Laxative saved his life A Wolkush Caslraer Wis New Stan ford Drug Co Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Feed and Sale Stable Lancaster KyI POSTED whose namei appear below itrletl forbid lIuoUnlfl1hlnlt or killd of tree passing on our places will prosecute vl olator to the full extent of the law Alex Mn Mnrr lepple Mrs W lterWorren Mrs Mapco White Hlmpson Bro Tlnsley Hpooimuiore P W Oarter lien H Martin M K Lawrence Reuben uctts JH Hooker J M 1ettus T A Ulce Morgan Ohappell Awandt Bflhneffor Ocean Herrlll JI Holuolaw o W Hasty Mn J K 1ulllam it L Iulllttm Peter Unlruer Mrs Katherlnu Ador Messert Pnxton Ashley tkOJtannon James N Gash J Nevin Carter O M Duck Joseph llnllou M Mm Jut lUilnes J oRmenich Dr J UOarponter Mrs Uebecoi U Carpenter Wl Martin A M J Thompson Thomas Kerrlll Jat U Hklduiore David Burton JU Hunch M U Richardson Hrnst Miss Mattle Hewet Itelehenlxioh llros Fred Vondruengau H KOalne Albert Vonoruengun A T Traylor Lllburn Oooch NII Flummer Fred Hnumann Itlolmrd Nester tester Will hester It C Nunnelley W O Floyd JWPeck- J Jams J W llaughninn J O Hprntt W0bock WII L U Underwoodt8on Ire MarJOhivens John SI Carter Martin Alroru John Wmcordler Dan Traylor M D amore Mrs N II Uoode C K Tote David Htevent John Jufer IUO Durham wo llout OotllbOllck Fred Hon lorl Adeline Craig Obrlitlan Jacob JJThompsun D M AnUumon J F Moser Mr and Mrs Ja JI Uodl A Kllmta Mrt N J Horton JJ Klllott DIrsOeo Logan Mrs Mary Hufmann Wm Fields W It Daugherty Frank CorUler- He v Father Leo Dr n O Perry 111V UilineslH IL Hauijlininn- Uriah D Hoot Mrs Margaret hooch Central Kentucky Real Estate ExchaDie TITLE CO No1oeacres on the Waynetburg pike near Highland 6room house barn and oth er outbuilding nlco orchard Thlsproper ty Is near churclI aml schoolhouse is well worth the price No2Irl acres x miles Boutlr of Grab Or chnrd on the Htate road hat a twostory house good barn orchard and Is well watered about 100 acres of this land It bottom land and produces fine crops A bargain lit lao 54 cash balance In one nnd two year No sus acres on luck Creek near Way nosburg broom house barn and other out buildings plenty of water Ooh price 5 6rNob1i acres near Level Green Hock castle county Ky This farm hat a now to story frame house would cost to build now sep good barn crib do located near church and school This Is a nce home and can bn bought for SlO per aero y cash re mainder In IS months No 5Pu ncres odolnln the above farms 100 aero In cultivation UAelllng of rooms good barn and other outoulldlngi dice or chard Otis of the best a the coun ty Irlce SJwJ half cob balance and t ytlnrsINo ftsai acres adjoining torah Not and S 1W acres In cultivation balance In tim ber Good white oak hickory and some lino cedar Has istory log lime and good orch ard well watered Ooh price Sluo- oNo7 SSOncres near Mnretsburg Kylro acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn mind necessary outbuildingsIlue water and school church mid H H station Irlce sal cash balance In one nnd two year No 8Ill acre near Conway Ky nearly all of this tarn is bottom land flno for corn and meadow very good dwellln houienew 0 piopmilesfromfarmThisQtseoNo 1078 acre near Htanford Ky In nice shape with a1 necessary bulldingsutc can ba taught worth the moneyIFor lull particulars In regard to all the orJames t w3 L t1r6 rwsdtaa ItL 4 d 14 Eczema is Curable ZKMO a KUetc preparation lot external Vie Stops itching and deettoya the germ that cause skit diseases Eczema quickly and Is permaneetly cured by this remarkable medkla All Dnlggkte Write for sam pie E W ROM Med Co StLoulttMo Pennys Drug St- oreINSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndRtorn1Ufe and and a i6TOompanler Represented Lowest Poi able Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying neo Kd Unequalled Talk with SIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence hone No 81 If You Want to Keep Posted on Political Doings Subscribe for the IeituchyState 1 Journal The best Demo cratic Daily in Kentucky Write for Price and Par ticulars to WIPu WALTON Frankfort Ky Notice of Election l Lincoln County Flical Court held OasleyJrlresrdlngwith JuttKwtof the lace D Ad min W M Dndtlerar James Mo Kechnle and J T Roberts It was moved by Justice W M Duddenir and seconded by Justice Jnnict SIcKechnl that the followlnu action he taken by tblt court The grandJury of Lincoln at itt February tern Hut of the Lincoln- Ircultcourt having recommended n now court hoiue lor Lincoln county and It ap pearing to the intltfactlon of this court that the court house now In ute U unsafe and Inadequate for the public convenience amt lha preservation of the public records It 1- 0ordtlllnd adjudged t turn of Tlur t live Zm5Ufp thousand e tug tested its the turn necessary to build n new court houte and It further ordered an election be held mind n troll oponed at the neveral votliic precincts Is Lincoln county an Tuesday iorelllber the day of the next Inemlelcllonllt which the appro nrlatlon above shall botubinlttetl to the legal voters of Lincoln for their fOvnl or rejection TbeHherlfT of edvurtlsesaidleclionbefore the day thereof In the IHTRIIIOU JOUIIXAI newiimpor Iwlng the only newt paper publhhltlln Lincoln county and the of said election are directed to hold the election between tint tame hours that hey are required to bold elections for county otllctTt which election shall be held and conducted In all respects at required by the general election laws In force In this unto at the time the tame is held The clerk of the Lincoln county court hall cause to Imprinted on the otllvlal bnl loll to be n election the words and figures Are you In favor of an ap propriation of Thirty live Thousand dollars or a new courthouse for Lincoln countY and have two apace upon the right of tnuirone for voters favoring the Appropriation to designated by the word yetnndon for voter opposing the ap propriation to be designated by the wont No mind said clerk Mmll prepare said bal lotIn all other respects at required by see ion lisa of the Kentucky Htatutet In the vent that the requisite number of legal voter ol Lincoln county vote In favor of ialdnpproprlntlonlt Is ordered that tills court cauke the of Lincoln county to the amount of thirty live thousand dollars to ho prepared executed nod Issued on printed forms under time seal of tho county to by tho presiding Judge of tho Lincoln county court nnd counter signed by the clerk of said court payable to bear ar at Lincoln Jaunty National Hank of Stanford Kywldoh loads shall not bear a greater rate of Interval than four t per cent seinlannunlly at Lincoln County National liank of Htanford Ky and Interest coupons shall be attached to said bonds lgned by the clerk of the Lin coin county court said bonds shah belssued III three series wit Herlu A tierle HandHerletCHerlet A IlI1brllclllg ton thousand dollars of said slum consist of in bonds for the sumo of llrn hundred dollars each nnd numbered one to 20 Merles H embracing ten thousand lollnr of said consist of 20 ends for tho um of are hundred dollars each and numbered froml to 40 mid He rle O embracing fifteen thousand del lar of sold Kinds shall consist of 80 bonds of five hundred dollars each and numbered from II to TO The bonds embraced In series A ilmll be redeemable the pleat urn of the court In and after seven years from time date of their Issue and shall be due Inrl from said datennd the boudsembraced In series II Ih8 be edeomable at the pleasure of the court on and after years from the date of their isue and dna and payable years from the aid date and tho In aeries O shall hI redeemable at tbo pleasure of tbe court on and after years fromthednte of their Issue and due and payable years from the tald date which hondu shall not bear a greater rate of Interest than four HI per cellt payable mlannuaIlY Qt Lincoln louatyNktlonslhiank ofHtnnfoniKyaud- uterestcouponsshall attached to said ands signed by the clerk of the Lincoln i ounty court Attest OB OOOPKR Olerk r 1 PALL OPENING of the newest and best Clothes Shoes Oats Caps Furnishings in town for your mon ey Our stock of Fall and Winter goods is more complete than ever before Come in 4 andsee our goods be fore you buy elsewhere SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY flirst Rational 9Jank Stanford Jty 1 Oryanixuf 882 Capital Stock JSO 000 rrpltr 7WWoW Profit S9OOO- Jfas tpaid in Dividends tines Organization 2I SOOt fnuitt Jew J7tmounts on Our lfirMi 1 OFFICERS DIRECTORS I I S Hooker President Ir Held J H UauRnraan S T Harris VlertlilclenlM D mature J M Pettus t CttmmlalJoIIII C Baughraan AMI Cash r T I Hill J S Hoeker VWS undersDookkeeper C K Tale Oe Lincoln County national Bank t Of Stanford Kentucky tCapital 5000000 3Surplus3JResources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J l B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORS J B Owslev Stanford S II Shanks Stanfonl Gco W Carter Stanford John J3 Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F dull TraylorGilborUII Cummins rechersvilleLilbnrn Gooch GilborU Creak Removal Sale of MonumentsI Having outgrown our present quartern on North Broadway wo nro obliged to seek a new location To avoid tho great expense and risk of taking down loading hauling und resetting in tho now show room wo propose erecting wo oiler the largest assortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments 128 Headstones 85 Markers at most attractive prices Persons who nifty wish to purchase later in the f year could order now and have their work reserved for future deUvelt Wm Adams 18l 142 North Broadway Lexington Ky s THE SAFEST AND QUIGKE8T WAY TOIITRANSFER MONEY 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE GOHPWINCORPORATED If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B MsRoberts DRUOOISJ II aTANRORD- er