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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxxvi STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 16 1908 O65 I GUARANTEED DEPOSITS We believe that next to the tariff is suo tho proposition In the Democratic platform for a law requiring banks to guarantee deposits will prove the great est winning card in Bryans election Our reason for believing this Is two fold In the first place tho proposition It is right and just and in tho second J canrnot be possibly meaning The Republican platform proposes instead of it guarantee of de posits that postal sayings banks bo es tablished by the government In other words it proposes for tho government to go Into tho banking business rather than have the banks guarantee theirde i posits The Republican Campaign Committee is circulating as campaign literature on this subject the speech of Congressman Wm E Humphrey delivered in Con gross May 18 this year We have a copy of this document and It contains some very remarkable statements Ono is this Humphrey was speaking of the present panic It was a panic of un founded fear a panic that was brought upon us because of a lack of confidence of the people in banks It If Mr Humphrey is correct about this then wo must all admit that some remedy is necessary and tho matter narrows down to the question as to which is best for the country at large a guarantee system or a postal savings bank system Tho bankers of tho country who seem generally opposed to both propositions had as well mako up their minds that one or the other is coming and by de ciding whether they are willing to en dorso the guarantee system and stay in banking business or have tho gov get Into tho banking business be forced whether it so desires or 1etto practically absorb the entire In business of tho country ex that dono by a few favored banks made depositories by the government The Republican platform is not ox t pllclt as to just what character of pos tal savings banks it proposes to estab lish but tho presumption Is that they mean to Indorse the plan proposed by the President and Postmaster General This plan was to placo n limit upon tho amount each person or each family could deposit Ono does not have to be a banker nor yet a wise man to see t that as soon as tho government has made It absolutely safe for these small savings deposits to be placed in tho government bank that the people would clamor for the privilege of depositing not only their savings account but their account upon which they wished to check also with tho safe bank They would not bo satisfied with the privilege of depositing a part only of their mono ey in an absolutely safe bank they would demand tho right to deposit all they had In a sate bank with tho priv pleasureispread all tho little banks of tho coun try would have to closo up shop for tho demand for a safe place for wll deposits would sweep the country like wild firo It might be well enough to add that it has already attained some of the characteristics of n burning issue The government once in the banking business would be forced to enlarge t tho plan and in a little while every bank in the country not favored with government deposits would be put out of business This same speech of Humphreys being circulated by the Republican committee has this remark ably frank admission in it If we had postal savings banks then in timo of pan ic the money would go Into the postal savI- ngs banks and then into the national banks and then back to the channels oft trade In time of panic where would I all this money that Humphrey admits would go into postal savings banks come from The answer is easy it would como from the smaller banks that is j tho depositors would draw it out of the small banks put it into tho government banks the government would then do posit It with the big national banks that are government depositories and it would again reach tho channels of trade when these big national banks had loaned it out and secured the Interest on It In the meantime tho lit 0 tie banks would havo gone to tho wall Suppose wo had had government banks when tho panic struck this coun try lost fall Every one knows what would havo happened every depositor in a bank big or little that was not a government depository would have de manded his money at once and tho banks would havo either been forced to Iclose their doors or to issue clearing 2 lhousecertificates as many of them did It was a great strain to make tho depositors satisfied last fall with certifi cates when there wero no government I banks but if there were government banks and a panic came and depositors demanded their money from the unsecured banks in order to put it into safe government banks and the banks un dertook to put them off with clearing Wertc houso certificates tho night rider trouble in Kentucky would look like a Sunday school picnic by comparison with the riots that would bo precipitated The people have mado up their minds after losing and seeing their neighbors lose tho earnings of lifetime In tho failure of some unsecured bank that when they hand their money to a bank er that ho may loan it out and get terest on it that they shall know not guess that when they want tho money back they can get it And the people are In the right In the matter If wo let another man use our money for his benefit wo ought to havo an absoluto guarantee that we can get It back when we want it This right and demand of tho people has crystalizcd into planks in tho platforms of tho two great po litical parties One proposes that the banks shall be required to guarantee deposits tho other proposes that the government shall absorb all tho banking business of tho country except that done by a few of tho big national banks Ono or tho other Is headed this way sure and tho small banker had better be digging him a storm cellar or help Ing to elect Bryan You ask why tho Republican plat form did hot propose bank guarantee Tho answer Is simple tho Republicans did not dare write in their platform any thing that would antagonize tho Harri mans Rockefellers and their fellow conspirators that own not only tho great trusts but the great national banks of New York City and the other great cities of tho country that would be tho beneficiaries of tho postal say ings bank system They omitted such a plank from their platform for the reason that they did not propose to re duce the tariff and defeated a plank offered for publicity of campaign con tributions they did not daro offend the gang that is putting up their corruption fund in this campaign as it has been doing for the last 12 yean Frankfort Journal CHURCHMATTERS Fifty more men wanted Call at tho Methodist church promptly at 11 A M Dr Pearce the new pastor will preach at McKendroe church at Hubble on Second and Fourth Sundays 11 A M Rev Robert M Hoskins of Louis ville will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning at 1045 Subject Sunday morning at tho Metho dist church is Advantages of Good Civil Government Contrasted with Gods Spiritual Government Epworth League service 630 r M Preaching at 715 r M or second lecture from tho Sermon on The Mount It The Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky met at Winchester Tho principal bus mess before tho meeting is tho discus sion of control of Central University At the lost meeting the government of tho institution was vested absolutely in tho board of trustees a self perpetuat ing body A protest was madq to the genoralasaembly which opposed the synods action in giving up Its control of tho college and directed tho synod to take up tho question again The wholesome harmless green loaves and tender stems uf a lung healing mountainous shrub glvo to Dr Snoops Cough Remedy its curative properties Tickling or dry bronchial coughs quickly and safely yield to this highly effective Cough medicine Dr Shoop assures mothers that they can with safety give It to oven very young babes No opium no chloroformabsolutely nothing harsh or harmful It calms the distressing coughs and heals tho sensitive membranes Accept no other Demand Dr Shoop Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Dont you get weary Along the dim ways Fan the faint fire An glt up a bUfto Face the dark fearless Flash the starrays Still fan tho fire An git up a blaze Atlanta Constitution r Would Mortgage the Farm- A Farmer On Rural Route i Empire GasW A Floyd by namo says Bucklontf Arnica Salvo cured tho two worst sores lover saw one on my band and ono on my leg It is worth more than its weight In gold I would not be without it if 1 had to mortgage tho farm to get it It Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store Great Britain imports about140000 000 worth of timber wood and manu factures thereof yearly of which tho United States supplies about 32000 000 worth To quickly check a cold druggist aro dispensing everywhere a clever Candy Cold Cure Tablet called Pro vontlcs Proventics are also fine for feverish children Take Proventics at the sneeze stage to head oft all colds Box of 4825c Pennys Drug Store The Prohibition Platform Tho following platform of tho pro hibitlon party is printed at the request- of our old friend Eld Joseph BallouI First The submission by Congress to the several States of an amendment to tho federal constitution prohibiting the manufacture sale importation export tion or transportation of alcoholic liquors for beverage purposes Second Tho Immediate prohibition of tho liquor traffic for beverage pur poses in the District of Columbia In tho territories and all places over which the notional government has jurisdic tion tho repeal of the internal revenue tax on alcoholic liquors and the prohibi lion of the interstate traffic therein Third Tho election of United States Senators by direct vote of tho people Fourth Equitable graduated income and inheritance taxes Fifth The establishment of postal savings banks and tho guaranty of de posits in banks Sixth The regulation of all corporations doing an interstate commerce businessSoventhThe creation of a permanent tariff commission Eighth Tho strict enforcement of law instead of tho official tolerance and practical license of the social evils which prevail in many of our cities with its unspeakable traffic in girls NIneth Uniform marriage and dl vorce law- sTenthAn equitable and constitutional employers liability act EleventhCourt review of postofilce department decisions Twelfth The prohibition of child labor in mines workshops and facto rtesThirteenthLegislation basing suf frago only upon intelligence and ability to langullKolFourteenth mineral and forest resources of the country and the improvement of the highways and waterways Believing in tho righteousness of our causo and In the final triumph of our principles and convinced of the unwll lingness of the Republican and Democratic parties to deal with these issues wo Invite to full party fellowship all citizens who are with us agreed NEWS NOTES G W Thompson of Bath county has been teaching school 51 years Pennsylvania had 02 persons killedon railroads and street railways in August Thomas Pendleton a prominent citizen of Metcalf county suicided by tho morphine route The Treasury purchased 100000 ounces of silver for delivery at New York at G15M4 cents per fine ounce The State Grand Lodge of Odd Fel lows in session at Bowling Green voted to hold its next meeting at Mayfield Thero were 77 new cases of cholera and 27 deaths from the disease in tho municipal hospitals at St Petersburg Tho Gocbcl Monument Commission will meet in Frankfort Saturday to fix- a time for the unveiling of the statue of tho dead Governor Tom Williams a young Todd county farmer was accidentally and probably fatally shot while engaging in revolver practice with Miss Mary Mullen John Cnleman a Negro charged with shooting Clarence Blllack a 14yearold whiio boy was hurried from Dixon to Henderson to avoid mob violence The North Carolina Peace Congress convened in Greensboro in connection with that citys centennial celebration Senator James B McCreary delivered the principal address The Commissioner of Patents in his annual report says there were issued during tho put fiscal year 41952 patents trade marks labels and prints ns against 44121 in tho previous year Judgo Moore at Belleville III had made permanent an injunction against 110 insurance companies doing business In Illinois restraining them from fixing rates and maintaining a joint agent at East St Louis Justice Mills In tho supreme court at White Plains N Y recommitted Harry K Thaw to the Matteawan Asy lum for tho criminal insane Thaw will remain there until tho question of asan ity trial by jury is passed on by the court of appeals 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 pleto Head pains womanly pains pains anywhere get instant relief from a Pink Pain Tablet Pennys Drug Store Onefourth of tho material taken from tho bottom of the harbor of San Padro Col by Government dredging operations consists of fossil shells which are ground and mixed with chick en feed to supply lime Foloys Ilonoy and Tar cures cou gbs quickly strengthens the lungs and expels colds Get the genuine In a yel low package New Stanford DrugCo IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Berry Guthrie formerly of Perry ville fa dead at Birmingham Herbert L Moody has been appoint ed posotmaster at Worley Whitley county The Barbourville city council has passed an ordinance imposing a fine for spitting on tho pavements In that boom ing little city M D Smith who keeps the poor house In Casey county fell from a Nel son county passenger train at Coon Hollow and was probably fatally hurt Gov Willson granted a pardon to Sam Martin convicted in Laurel county and sentenced to tho penitentiary for detaining a woman It was shown that Martin and tho girl are both mixed blood and that he had married her The postoffico vault was blown at Richmond All registered packages of which there were a largo number with contents not known and about 1150 in money were taken Entrance was gained by prizing open a window at tho side of the building At Harrodsburg a fatal affray was narrowly averted between Councilmen Frank P McGarvey and James G Mal Ion the prompt intervention bystand ers who separated the two and the dis arming of Mallon by Chief of Police Smith probably preventing a shooting London suffered a 50000 fire Wed nesday morning Tho blaze started in J C Rineharts livery stable which was burned with the buggies harness feed and two horses Tho large brick building owned by Col ItM Jackson then caught and was destroyed In it wero Kehr Bros drug store Eberlein Cos store A J Howards grocery and a restaurant Here and There The Kentucky Synod of tho Cumber land Presbyterian church will meet in Hopklnsvllle Oct 27 Emperor William of Germany has invented a new hub and break for use on railway trains and automobiles The Kentucky division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy is hold idg its 12th annual convention at Bards townJudge John D Carroll of the Court of Appeals was elected Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at Bowling Green A locomotive company at Richmond Va recently completed 80 locomotives and two steam shovels for the South Manchurian railway at Dalny By defeating Detroit by the score of 2 to 0 the Chicago team of tho Na tional League retained its title as the champion baseball team of the world The Spanish bal1oon one of the mis sing contestants inthe international races from Berlin reported as having landed in the ocean near Heligoland after a flight of 775 miles All tho balloons save ono havo now been heard from Elder John S Sweeney Auditor of Keutucky during tho brief administra tion of W S Taylor and one of the bestknown ministers of the Christian Church in Kentucky died at his home in Paris Served as colTee the new coffee sub stltuto known to grocers everywhere as Dr Shoops Health Coffee will trick oven a coffee export 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 cof feo tasto and flavor And it is made in a minute II too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Test it and see Dr Shoop created Health ColTeo that the people might have a genuine coffee substitute and one that would be thoroughly satlsfyinglnevery possible respect Sold by Pennys Drug StoreA Ferris wheel in an amusement park at Waterloo la large enough to carry 24 passengers is driven by fall ing water on the old principle of tho overshot mill wheel Tho water is pumped to tho top by an electric motor Where Bullets Flew David Parker of Fayette N Y a veteran of the civil war who lost a foot at Gettysburg snysliTho 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 tako them as a tonic and they keep me strong andwell II 50c at Pennys Drug Store- S S Black leg has mado its appearance among cattle in Garraad county A Healthy Family goodIwo New Life PlllS throe years ago1 says L A Bartlet of Rural Route 1 Gull ford Maine They cleanse and tone the system In a gentle way that does you good 25o at Pennys Drug Store Slioc Slioe 4 Slioe 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 Queen Quality Red Cross Buster Brown Etc1 In all the new styles and shapes r Take A Look JkIi Cummins Sc Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY room Brushes If you want a Tooth Brush that will give perfect satisfaction try one of our 25c Guaranteed Brushes We have all sizes and shapes PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky BANKOur New Concrete Fire Proof Bank Building We wish to call the publics attention to the feet that our Now Concrete Fire Proof Bank Building is now completed and that wo are now permanently located in same We needed better accommodations for our business andas we are amply able to pay for the building we saw no good reason why we should not build it Besides wo thinkuothiug too good for our friends who by their generous patronage have mado it possible to put up for their use so fine a structure built solidly for all timo typical of our banking institution which la built as solidly and on as enduring a foundation This Batik studies the needs of its customers and properly takes care of them whether their business is large or small no business too large for us to handle and none too small to receive our closest attention We have tho Modern Screw Door Burglar Proof Safe and our depositors aro doubly secured by Bank Burglar Insurance also our officers are bonded A cordial welcome awaits you at The Wayncsburg Deposit Bank Waynesburg Lincoln Co Kentucky The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON I MCARTYltysufil cUothe action ot the democrat cour party M S BAUGHMAN It a candidate for Hherlff of Lincoln count subject to the action of tho deniocratiparty MOSERt bemocratl- t t party f i M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Democratabject to the action of the i tpan JAMES c HAY8- It a candidate Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democrat party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomlna tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject the action of the democratic party 0 C ALLEN Ii candidate for Assessor ot Lincoln coun ly subject to the action of the Democrat Party J W FOLEY II a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of tho democrat party J A DUDDERAR II a candidate for neseuor of Lincoln Coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryan- of Nebraska F9r Y Ice President John Worth Kern of Indiana For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county ForCountyJudge- Tohn Sam Owsley Jr For Jailer ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE FROM reliable and und conservative sources comes the gratifying intelli gence that the democratic national tick et is gaining ground at a rapid rate In the north mIddle States especially great uneasiness is felt by the republicans The labor vote is solidly organize against Speaker Joseph G Cannon and it is likely that he will be defeated for reelection to Congress Stevenson the democratic nominee for governor has more than an even chance to carrj Illinois and the best authorities on the question contend that with the election of Mr Stevenson will come the defeat of a majority of the republican nomi nees for Congress in that State So with Kern holding down the enemyi majority in Indiana Judson Harmor making great inroads on Tafts vote in Ohio Chanler the conceded winner of the gubernatorial race in New York and tho return to Washington of all Congressmen from the solid South it seems more than that Mr Bry an whose election is confidently ex pected will be backed by a democratic House and the cry from a taxridden populaceShall the People Rule 1 be answered In thundering tones YES It has often been said that talk is cheap therefore in order that an assertion may have something to com mend itself there must be a basis for it There can be no cause without an effect There can be no effect without a cause Glancing back at our state ment anent the prospects of a greatly reduced republican vote in Indiana and other pivotal States the conservative reader will look for a cause for this change in those rockribbed strong holds Indiana is well nigh torn asun der on account of the recent passage by her Legislature of a county local option law The republicans have con trol of the General Assembly and are therefore responsible for its effect which however great morally is sure to result disastrously to the party that fostered it In Illinois the labor vote is a factor that must be reckoned with This class of people are keenly alert and recognize the fact that Judge Tafta action in denying the right of jury trial to the wage earner augers no good to them and almost to a man they will support Mr Bryan In addition to this the democratic State ticket Is head ed by Adai E Stevenson a man of great ability clean in every respect oft charming personality and the recogniz a ed friend of labor The effect of the wageearners treatment by Taft is therefore readily seen In Ohio the forces of Senator Foraker remain alien ated His elimination from the cam paign by Roosevelt and Taft has in nowise been wholesome and sma- rtingiunder the disappointment of his defeat for the presidential nomination he will do nothing to wing his following into line and there is no doubt about his following lining large and Influential In the Buckeye State as in Illinois the democratic nominee for governor is an Intellectual giant his bitterest i i enemy can find no flaw in his career either private or public and his followers are by no means confined to the democratic party Judge Harmon Is in the full vigor of manhood while his republican opponent is growing rathe infirm and out of touch with his party The situation in New York presents a grave aspect for the republicans Gov Charles E Hughes a short time sine caused to be passed by the Legislature an act prohibiting gambling on the racetracks of that State Without questioning the moral effect of this law we must pause to reflect upon the probabl outcome politically With factions strife lying dormant New York is heave ily republican the race horse owner and lovers are characteristically repub lican they are also rich powerful ant number far Into the thousands This potent element is solidly arrayed against the reelection of Gov Hughes whom they correctly charge with destroying the very life of the racing game It is openly charged that Hughes renom ination was brought about by the Roosevelt machine the rank and file of republicanism looking on with protest lag eye but powerless to help them selves With this apathy in the republican ranks and with a powerful advocate at the head of the democratic State ticket it is not an idle assertion that democracys future Is at high tide not only in the Empire State but the nation as well Passed the Demo cratic Senatorial Committee of the 18th District Be it resolved by the democratic county chairmen of Lincoln Boyle Ca sey and Garrard counties composing the 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky that a call be Issued by the lenv ocratic Senatorial Committee of the 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky lor- a mass convention to ho held at the respective county seats of several counties in said district on the 17th day of November 1908 at the hour of 2 P M on said date for the purpose of select- Ing delegates from said counties to at tend a district convention to be held al Liberty Casey county Ky on the19 tl day of November 1908 at which Sena torial district convention there shall be selected by said delegates a democrat ic nominee for the said 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky- Be it further resolved That the basis of representation from the said several counties in said 18tl district shall be as follows One dele gate for each 200 votes cast for the democratic nominee for president in the election of 1904 or fractional part of said 200 votes and Be it further resolved That in pursuance of said basis of representation that Lincoln county shall be entitled to nine delegates Casey county six delegates Boyle county eight delegates and Garrard county six delegates to attend said district con vention at Liberty Ky as aforesaid and that all known democrats who have heretofore supported the democratic ticket aud all young men who have become of age since the last regular dem ocratic election and who purpose to af filiate with the democratic party shall be eligible and are hereby invited to participate in said mass convention to be held in said counties Bolt further resolved That the delegates selected from the jeveral counties to attend the Senatorial District Convention and who shall Sold credentials as such signed by the Chairman and Secretary of the County Convention shall be prima facto en titled as delegates to organize and par ticipate in the District Convention- J F HOLDAM Chmn CIIAS F MONTGOMERY Secy POLITICAL Congressman Ollie James is speaking to immense crowds in Illinois Tho 8year old eon and namesake of John W Kern Democratic vice pros Jential candidate is very seriously ill suffering from infantile paralysis Reports from Indiana look favorable for the Democrats James E Watson Republican candidate for Governor nay lose his home congressional dis rictW S Bennett a member of Congress torn onq Qf the New York City districts has been appointed head of the Republican Speakers Bureau to succeed A Coleman du Pont National Chairman Mackannounced that Mr Bryan would make daylight speeches through Indiana on October 20 speaking at Louisville on that evening Mr Bryan will speak in Ohio on October 21 William J Bryan delivered an address to university students at Lincoln in which he replied to some of the recent speeches of Gov Charles E Hughes Jr Bryan was given an enthusiastic eception by the students Walter Wellman political correspondent of the RecordHerald Chicago says Ohio is a doubtful State in the oming election with chances favorable to Bryan He bases his opinion on the trend of the labor vote Chairman Mack of the Democratic National Committee said that the cam aign list showed contributions to the- umber of nearly 25000 from lulThe chairman said the total fund wl be abort s225QQO as already has been ublished k L W J Bryan made 22 speeches in Ne braska Wednesday John W Kern Democratic nominee for Vice President has entered upon a seven days speaking campaign In tho EastTreasurer Ridder of the democratic national committee will make public all contributions to the campaign fund of over 100 There seems to be some doubt as to whether Gov Johnson will have opposition for his race for Governor of Min nesota It Is reported that his opponent Jacob F Jacobson is not a nat uralized citizen MATRIMONIAL S J Clarkson 33 and Miss Crolla Haynes 21 both of McKinney were married this week John J Carter of Louisville was married a short time ago to Miss Mary Riat of St Croix Ind The groom is a son of J H Carter of this county and a mighty clever young man His bride is said to be very pretty and at tractiveAt pretty homo of Mr and Mrs A C Alford on Logan Avenue this city Mis Gertrude Gooch the handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Gooch of the West End and Dr James B Smith of Morrow Ga were united in wedlocks holy bonds Rev J Murray Taylor of the Baptist church officiating They left at once for their homo in the South taking the train at McKinney The bride is a uieco of Mrs Alford and is a fine young woman Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of tbo Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss saysIIFor several months I Buffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to have Its grip on me when a friend recommend ed Dr Kings Now Discovery I be gan taking it and three bottles affected a complete cure The fame of this life saving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold at Pennys Drug Store 50c and e1 Trial bottle free PARKERS HAIR BALSAM clears ud tmniific Ih bats promote HnuUitf imfittcTtr Tall to BMtor any U Com hibWuifSfcuKlllnotl Good Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my nacre furl8t1 miles Houttuiut of Iliutonvllle It Is nil 1lIIlrovedon easy payments For further particular write to or call on 0 T liohon banon K MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No FtAM will nice Instated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month at 13 oclock In their hull on Main street Htnn ford K Membenot sister are fra Iennyw3tTHitlce tf Applleatrtn for Pardtn Faulkner Kennedy who was convicted of manslaughter inthuolrcuitcourt of Lin cola county a the Novemtierterm of said court 1W7 will ask the Governor lor pardon and all who object will notify thaUovernor and state In writing any objection FAULKNEI KENNEDY Good Farm For Sale I will sell nt public auction on TUUnstAYPOT rrRltll- At 10 oclock my farm of ItA acres one mile westof McKlnneyon the liustonvllle and fCKlnnerpike Rndt H miles from Huston RI the Michael Oloyd place The farm Is in a nm stata of culttvn over half Is virgin soil The Im provements Include a good dwelling barn and other outbuilding Well watered and fencing Is good Terms mode known on day of sale Apply to Phelps Cobb IMnvllle Ky or Jobn K Cash HUnford Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public auction at farm one mile North of McKinney on the McKln 11utonvilleWKDNKHDAV OCT tl KBeglnlnir nt 9OO following de scrlbod property consisling of some of tho KentuckyThogreRDignitymares by Dignity Dare threw handsome two olde by The Wnrneld two nice yearling studs by The Wartleld some nice weanllncs by same Italllonllot of band somely bred brood more very sine colorlotfour large work mUlll hree or tour fresh milk cows m extra good yearling cattle 12 vleraiU calves 05 good mountain owes nice bogs If not sold privately before sale mentionTenulB 11 OWENS McKinney Ky J Chandler uucti- onerPUBLIC SALEo- fFarm ntockpropsand- Farming Implements Having decided to change locations I will sell to the highest bidder on TUK8DAYOOT 201008 beginning nt A Mmy splendid lionieslt uated on Hustonvlilu and Danvlllo pike one mile front Uiutonvllle containing Itu acres of line llluo Urns land about U in good blue grass sod lUll the remainder In IIcrelInrooms halls and porches g barns and nil rpalrWIIcisterns Live stock quo pair well broke work horrvf yeurs three good brood yearlingborn nicelImolltband outs grown on farm Dtorlnc binder mowing machine wheat drill Kenwood clod criuiher j iron btum Oliver Uhllled TwohorseklloItnfurnltllru boliNbllllYreudinnerIt lLOHniHMAN nvllle Ky For Sale Privately I My house and lot house contains elKbt rooms with cistern and rooms and all necessary outbuildings such as smoki house buggy house coal house hen how and n stable For further scriptloncell rood J II nillOIIT- Htnnford Ky The Truth Every person in this city who is iUt fering from Eczema Pimples Dam ruff or any form of skin or dir cue can find relief and be permanen ly cyred by Zemo a clean liquid fOI external use All durggists sell ZEM PENNYS DRUG STORE MoKLNMEY MANRE GNANIT WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Omnte and Marble Monument KrslOlnsa Work at Reasonable Prices Otnco and Work MoKlnncy Ky Shop clostxl on HMunln Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liqui for external use Zemo gives instan relief and permanently cures any form if Itching Skin or Scalp disease AU Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Fruit and Ornamtnta Trtis Everything for Orchard Lawn oat Garden We have no agents Fie Catalogue II F IIlLLUNMEYEU it Soasi- Lexington Ky When Ordering Clothe have your measure taken by a tailor of ez perlence Then your clot fan whether alow price suit or the finest erenln clothes will have that Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were made to your nuAiara I will also take your turns ure for extra trousers fancy vests top cents and overcoat Fall end Winter torn pies on hand ready for your Inspection UO KUPLK Tbo Tailor Htnnford lry Adorinas Fox Is a handsome large young Jersey null de wended from n long and unbroken lino of the most noted bulls and cows on the Island of Jersey England and America 1111 sire Is ono of the best bulls ever and his dom Is a show cow that hits given M beIsonic Ancestor and have n trlctl load cow you should avail yourself of his service He will bo Allowed to serve n limit number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for a fee of 5earh Make engagement before endln cow to bo bred Uta A OTTKIl Telephone lit mnnrord Ky N 1kWe have to offer three extra ebolc bull calves that will be sold at right pri- cerCONCRETING W tire In oeltlontodoallkinds of eon cretins such as lllock Work Pavement and In tact we can snake any thing from a house down to a fence post We can serfyou promptl and guarantee first cla pricebeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yRheumatism I hen fo and a Wed sad tested tore for JtbitSml Not a remedy that wUl straighten the nor turn bony ltiroetomidtmbsofchroniccripples is Impossible Rat I can now y kW and pangs rids deplorable disease a Chemist In the fJtJ Dsrantsdtbound the last Ingredient with which Dr Stoops Rheumatic Remedy was made a perfected d Without want eases tlnndi ol bnwUInIiibutnoow atlssiiknuuL- Iorm ycurse all curable rises of this Urstofo much drM411d dllMle Tboessandlike granular wtmI found In ltbeumatillBloodlMm todlssoln sad pea away a m remedy u lreelyau dON IIIPr when added to pure watur And then when dlwoltedthese potaooOUI reely pea from the system and the cause of Rheumatism II gone forever There ti now no real needno actual excuse to snflsr looter 1rltb sat help W sell and in ceafldsnce rscomasn Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STOR- EHENRY ATTERSONV PAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 915O Few people In tbe United States have not bear of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all binge It Is essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to fer the WEEKLY OOURIEROURNAL one year and this paper for the price named bore Bend your subscription for the com nation to uiaot tc tbe Oonrler Journa FaW a wi sauae M UMDR1ER II E The season of changes is here and we must change our clothing to suit the season 1 We are especially well fixed this time in Un derwear The Royal Silk Plus is unquestionably the best Underwear on the market today Never fadesnever draws up medium weight but WARMER than anything else In shirts and drawers at 160 the garvment 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 1 the garment COOPERS WRIGHTS balbrigan Shirts and Drawers Just the thing for those who do not like heavy UnderwearI Soft and pleasant 1 the garment UNION SUITS soft warm balbrigan at 1 and 2 the suit Of course the cheaper grades 60ctj stuff we all have Some buy LIGHTER WEIGHTS and sell them a little less than 1 IIPOORLyears good ones for 50c the suittH J AcjROJ3JSjRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY t The Emporium HustonvilleHu- vo tj now their Fall took complete for your inspection l Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts ever Attempted in Hustonville Our a1118 conservative Set our Tailored Cownenow and 1Lndic8gatufuction and to tho trade Try a pair and Ira convinced Every depart ment is now complete and ready fbr your inspection Yours for fair ox change CHAS WHEELER HUSTONVILLE KY IIBrJmd eansOnce tried always used Money back if not satisfactory A1 Q Beechnu t Cranberry sauce Sliced Bacon Currant Jelly Orange Marmalade Grail o Jelly Pineapple Preserves Peanut Butter Always fresh Call and so e tho best on tho market GEORCEH FARRSI JUSTReceived a full stock ofItJ Wagon material includ BugJa full line of Tinware Orate Baskets Grate i Frames Etc Qeo Da Hopper Stanford KyI wwaflV it w 1 c t The Interior Journal STANFORD KY OCT 10 1008 I NEW assortment of local vlow po cattle at Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS MRS W A HATCIIEII Is convale cinjc MR C R COLEMAN was In Loul thla week MRS M M SWEENEY Is visiting hi r mother In Harrodaburg Miss ELLA MAY NEWLAND Is bak fron a vWt to Danville friends CHARLES LEVITCH of Louisville Is with the family of Sam Goldstein Miss ETTA MAR JONES spent sever days with friends at Junction City Miss ALPIIA TRAYLOR is visiting friends and relatives at McKinney MR AND MRS F P FRISBIB of Lar caster were with friends hero Wodnei dayMiss MAE TRAYLOR has rcturoc y homo after a visit to relatives at Gl- berfs i MR WM SARTJN and daughter of Lotus III are visiting his son Jest Sartin MR J D PAXTON and Rov J L Yandell attended tho Synod at Wit MARY CUNNINGHAM of Merced has been with her brother Mr M M SweeneyMR MRS JESSE SARTIN llpont several days with Mrs J A Overstrcc at Wllmoro MRS JOHN BLAIN and Miss Aria Wright of Hustonvillc were guests of the Misses Ellis Miss SARA DUNN Is back from an extended visit to relatives at Knoxvill and Jonetboro Tenn Miss KATE WATERS who has been with appendicitis for some time a considerably Improved Miss JULIA WELCH of Wilraoro wrjo t visited Mrs U S Traylor left Thursday for PlatUburg Mo JUDGE W E VARNON of Ash yule N C attended tho burial oC his sister Miss Mary Varnon MRS W P LINTON and little son uC Louisville have returned homo after a pleasant visit with Mrs Ben Martin MKS SUE C LANE of CioverdaU Ind orders her paper changed to Parka vlllo where she is visiting friends for A A HIGGINS of GUugOH spent several days with his parent here enroute to Winchester to attend tho Synod Mns W n WEAREN was in Frank fort this week to sea llltlo Shelton M Saufley Jr who was very sick Sho left him considerably Improved MESSRS R G EVANS and Harry Wingate of Danville wero hero Wednesday They report things in ahlp shape for democracy in Boyle county MRS H D GtiEGORY orders her paper changed from Gridlcy Calif Orovlllc J that State where her hus band has located for tho practice o f lawMR GEORGE MARTIN and wife o Livingston Mrs J S Cordierof Leba 1non Junction and Mrs O D Murph and children of Lexington aro with their parents Mr and Mrs Ben Mar tin at Rowland WE are glad to state that tho report that Mrs Rhoda Waters was of ty phold fever at the homo of her sister Mrs T F Spink in Hardin county I not true She is In fine health and I enjoying her visit greatly LOCALS c RINK tonight Attend MORE of that Rood candy just reedy ed at Farris LET Jesse D W Stanford in sure your tobacco FOR SALEHot blast stove Apply to T W Pennlngton Stanford Fon SALEfi0 Brown Leghorn hens t Mrs J M Cress Prcachcrsvillo 2t NEW line of lap robes and horse blankets just In J C McClary FORSALBOR RENTMy rcsidcnc on Logan Avenue Mrs Nancy Logan cStanford It DR W Carjirwill bo In his office over McRobcrts drug store today and tomorrow Oct 16 and 17 Thoso who need glasses should not fall to have their eyes tested It IN a recent issue we stated that there was no water for either man or beast on tho farm of J L Holtzclaw Th owner tells us it is hardly that bad II 0 has no stock water but a well on his place affords a reasonable supply for domestic purposes THE editor of this paper has been joying a delightful family reunion this week Ills brothers Messrs W P Walton of Lexington and T R Walton of Atlanta Ga and sister Mrs Emma Leo Vaughn of Richmond Va have been with him and ho has been too well entertained to attend to much business They have departed how ever and he will again at the office ready to do business Mr T Walton was accompanied by his lent wife GET Singletons prices on stoves To LOAN f1600 or 1700 Apply at this office Go to Farris Saturday if you want a good dinner Sunday VARY tho monotony by attending thoI rink this Friday eveningILow RATES to Louisviilo via L N account Poll Races Sept 23th to Oct 17th TUB L N will give a roundtrip rato to tho Lexington trots at 2 Um Ited to Oct 17th LARGE and well selected line of lapI covers just received E T Pence Call and see them IP all city taxes are not paid by Nov let tho 6 per cent penalty will bo added B D Carter collector THE Ladles Aid Society of the Chri tian church will meet with Mm C E Tote this afternoon at f oclock STANFORDS second fool ball team defeated a team from Danville 27 to 0 on the grounds hero Tuesday afternoon DUNN ADAMSof Danville will sell 65 magnificent building lots In that city on Oct 24th Dont fall to attend FonSALe5 H Aldridgo cotta on Portman Avenue or will rent by the month until sold Seo or write L R lIughes Stanford Ky NEAR Gov Thome Judge Saufle and lion John K Todd at tho court house hero Saturday night at 730 The ladles aro especially Invited to hear these noted orators Tug Advocate says tho Devil leave hell to como to Danville but gives no good reason why his satanic majesty makes the change and in the mcantim tho public just wonders THERE will be a great game of loot ball here tomorrow Saturday oftc noon between tho Stanford IIIRh School team and lIarrodAburg Gam called at 3 oclock Admission 25 ct Ladles free READ tho advertisement of T D Bright sale near Danville of thor oughbreds stallions jacks and Jennets etc which appears in another colum of this paper It will occur on Wednesday Oct 21 SPEAKING Hon Ben Leo Hardin of Horrodsburg and Messrs Georgo B Saufloy and T II Shanks of this place Will speak at MeKInnny at 230 P tomorrow Saturday and at Turners vine at 730 that night YOUR attention is called to the sale of John Buchanans heirs at Crab Or chard Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock A splendid boundary of Dix river bot tom land will go to tho highest bidder Seo advertisement in another column AN intellectual treat Is in store for the voters of Boyle county Judo M C Saufloy of this place is billed for a number of speeches there They will be delivered the last week of the campaign the exact dates to bo announced later MAIL your guessing coupons to the Guess Editor of tho INTERIOR JOURNAL If addressed to tho editor or tho paper they will bo opened otherwise they will remalnsealed until tho day afte the election By the way guesses are coming in right along and somebody I going to got 10 BOYLE WILL 1IAv CANDIDATE Mr Harry G Wingato of Boyle who announced his candidacy for State Sen ator before tho Senatorial committee hero Wednesday says that the action of the committee will not eliminate him from tho race Although ho was the only candidate to announce himself and It Is Boyle countys tune to furnish a Senator tho committee gave him stone or you might term it a lemon when ho asked for bread It is true that Mr Wingato has not been cndors eby tho democracy of his home cpun ty but ho can and will get tho endorsement whenever ho wishes it lie is splendid democrat a fine gentleman very popular man and should make strong race it matters not who comes out against him VARNONMIa9ryVarnVarnon aged G9 for many years a resident of this place died at Lexington Tuesday morning at an early hour and tho re mains wore brought to this place for tntermcnt Wednesday morning at 1030 Deceased was the daughter of tho late Judge Thomas Varnon for a number of years judge of the Lincoln county Qcourt and was an estimable Christian woman having been since childhood consistent member of tho Christian church During the second adminls ration of President Cleveland Miss 1Varnon held a lucrative position In the collector Chas II Rhodes and was recognized as one of the most efll lent and faithful clerks in this district the is survived by one brother Mr W E Varnon of Asheville N C who arrived In time to attend tho burial The remains were brought to the home of Miss Amanda Goggin who had been Hfotimo friend of Miss Varnon and after a short service at the grave by weroIconslgnedtoirrection morn TUB rink will bo open this Friday evening HON R B FRANKLIN of Frankfor will speak at usfcmville Saturday af ternoon week at 2 oclock FOR sale rent tho cottage on cor Logan Avenue and Lancaster street I now occupy Mrs Laura E Hundley Stanford ONE FARE plus round trip to Lexington October 616 1008 via L N account Fall Races Kentucky Tro ting horse Breeders Association POSITIVELY no hunting or trcspassin allowed on my farm Those doing so will be prosecuted to the full extent of tho law Mrs R L Williams HusI tonville Ky ESTRAY havin the astray pen a black sow weighing about 160 pounds and a black sow with white point weighing about 200 Owners will pleas call and get them B D Carter city marshal MRS M V aRE of McKinney has just received a handsome line of Fall and Winter millinery to which sheI kindly invites tho ladles of McKinne and vicinity to call and examine before purchasing Wno WANTS TO BUY A PIANO I can furnish as fine n piano as ever wna shipped to Lincoln county If not sup nor to any piano now in use in Stanford I will pay all freight and give my commission on same Address W B Barker Stanford Ky WHAT would you think if you saw a bull churning It would look funny wouldnt It7 Well tho sight can be had at Mr J II Otters farm on tho Hustonvillo pike nearly every day Mr 0 has a fine Jersey bull and to give him exercise he puts him in a treadmill which runs a large churn and turn out lots of golden butter By tho way Mr Otter has 50odd of tho finest Jer sey cows in Kentucky MR JOHN BRIGHT SR familiarly known as Red John Bright presented to the fiscal court of this county Q com pilation in Index form tho marriage h censes that have been issued to white people from Jan 1781 to Dec 1907 There were 9506 licenses issued and any one of them can be found in a fey seconds so well is the big book of mar riagcs arranged These 126 years ex tend from tho time when Kentucky as but a pariah of Virginia and when Lin1 coin was one of tho only three countte In the State to the present great erg of progress and advancement They run from the time it was necessary t rive security in tho sum of 250 or 60 pounds of current money as then ex pressed to this good tlmewhen are pu tablo citizen needs no endorsement save a witness to his signature Tho valua bio book contains tho marriage dates of i great many prominent people inciud ing several men who became governors jf this and other States So pleased were tho members of the court with the work that they voted Mr Bright 101 in cash and extended to him a rousing vote of thanksD- EMOCRATtO 0Judge John Sam Owsley Jr lion M F North tad W S Burch wilt speak at Rich rds Schoolhouse Friday Oct 16 at 730 p M Geo B Saufley and T II Shanks will speak at Kingsville Friday Oct 16 nt 730 r u Hons M F North Geo B Saufley and T J Hill Jr will speak at Wayncsburg Satur lay Oct 17 at 7 P M Lieut Gov V P Thome and lion John Todd will peak at Crab Orchard Saturday Oct 17 at 2 PM and at Stanford that tight at 730 p u Judge J S Owsley md T J Hill will speak at Pine Grove Monday Oct 19 at 7 P M and at Frog Branch Tuesday Oct 20 at 7 P i Judge Owsley and W S Burch will speak at Hobbs School house Wed icsday Oct 21 at 7 P M W H Shanks and T J Hill will speak at El lion Schoolhouse Thursday Oct 22 at 71 W H Shanks and W S lurch will speak at Kingsvillo Friday Oct 23 at 7 P M Judgo M C Sauf 1ley and W S Burch will speak at Mc Kinney Saturday Oct 24 at 730 P M IiJudICe Saufley and lion Robert Har- dling will speak at Hustonville Saturday Oct 24 at 21 M Judge J S Owsley and T J Hill will speak at Jumbo Fri day Oct 23 at 7 P M J B Paxton and T H Shanks will speak at Way icaburg Saturday Oct 24 at 2 P M jid at Highland that night at 7 oclock ieorge B Saufley and T H Shanks will speak at Goshen Monday Oct 26 at 7 ri Judge Owaley and T J lilt will speak at Sugar Grove Monday Oct 26 at 7 P M M F North and 11W S Burch will speak at South Fork 1Monday Oct 26 at 7 p M Judge wsley and W S Burch will speak at- lee Lick Tuesday Oct 27 at 7 P M and at 0 K Wednesday Oct 28 at 7 1 M at Chestnut Ridge Thursday Oct 29 at 7 P M and at Walnut Flat Friday Oct 30 at 7 P M Judge Qws ley and W II Shanks will speak at lowland Saturday Oct 31 at 7 P M tcorgo B Saufley T II Shanks and- WS Burch will speak at SchafTers Saturday Oct 81 at 7 p M Judge wsley T lull and W S Burch will speak at Ottenheim Monday Nov 2 at 7 P M Judge M C Saufley and envoy Helm will speak at Stanford Monday Nov 2 at 7 P u FINE evenings to skate Attend tho rink tonight BEE the splendid Webber wagon on sale at Coffey Bishops store More land Best farm And road wago made A GOOD crowd attended the Under wood sale yesterday and satisfactory prices were realized Yearling mule brought 87 50 mule colts 54 ponce 80 to 11260 calves and heifers 560 to TILE steam roller worked well at the Senatorial committee meeting her Wednesday It didnt exactly run ove Mr II G Wlngote of Doyle but It came dangerously near it Fair play gentlemen of tho committee the vote Is close Iq this district and we cant afford any hen nagIQ AN effort was made to break into R G Jones store near the depot Wednesday night but it is thought that the wouldbe burglars were scored away A large glass in his front door was bro ken and the store could have been en tered and burglarized but as nothing missing the supposition is the scamp were frightened off JUDGE Fonn of Garrard de nies in a strong card that ho either defrauded or attempted to defraud thi State in the collection of money for Ann King a pauper for whom he was committee He gays that ho receive tho money and turned it over to thi supposed beneficiary but when ho found out that the woman had been dead nearly two years ho very promptly returned the money to the State and Is out 129 by the transaction AT Tuesday an en thuslastic Bryan and Kern Club of 60 members was organized Rousing speeches were made by Messrs Hill Burch Owsley and Shanks lion C A Hardin of Harrodsburg was the principal speaker at tho organization of a Byan and Kern Club at Moreland or Wednesday evening About 75 members were enrolled and each pledged himself to give all possible time to work in the Interest of the democratic ticket Public Sale- of Real Estatol We will sell at public outcry on HATUUDAY OCT IT 105 bout I5Q acres of Dlx Ulver bottom mad bli Intul u within one mile of the town ot Iruli Orchard About 100 acres well timber Pd Land will be sold In pnrceli to suit pnr ohnln and as n whole Hale will be made oiult purchasers TermsForlnformntionknown Oil day tale call on or address A Addams Crab Orob ird icy or W H lluroh Stanford Ky Kale will tnke place at Crab Orchard at S Clock P M JOHN IJUOHANANH JIM Urab Orchard Ky I Ii 5oc 0I oyI 1i 3 td P f Z a Io Igrq j- B o iI 2 t- oarooEitI M gr EtI 0 tv S PUBLIC SALE o1 55 Magnificent Building Lots In Growing Danville on Saturday Oct 24 1908- At 1230 oclock sharp lithe name of the new IlIImedlatelrWeltwhere there U n oases At the time there s a cry Ing demand for 70 dwellings In thus very A was niado of us thla week to secure dwellings by the lint of November for another delegation of railroad and business people who desire to Kine cate here shade trees are already on these lots West Danville fronUonoof tho most illlcent estates In the Blue Grass and hllallt- bo good advantages of Danville yet It U lo sled Ji tvt beyond the city limits there Is no municipal taxes One oUh lots in the addition will bo siren whoreI ulutoly tree the only requirement ryto secure a free clmnco Is to 110 and itnd be OlrllmmllIatelyration of the nn Increase In rvRlttratlon of 175 voters this ictober over last October which means nn ncrease of practically JllOO peoptelnuslngle- Dniivlllels the bomeof Central Inlverslty nldwull Female College the Kentucky tor the Dellf bas ono the bes- tubnoNehoolslntheNtatethe best water ant the bust best elec- trIc light plant and tine churches of every nomination All educational advantages IInd every modern convenience here Tin Ivliloniot two railroads are located here The sale will begin promptly ut 1180 0 clock Saturday Oct 24th 1908 Those lots will be sold on easy payments DUNN A ADAMS Danville Ky English 4 Dunn Auctioneers fl Look lit Oar r i 5 Shoes Will convince you of the Superior Quality and Style of the Goods we sell To get the best service Quality must not be sacrificed for Style A Shoelooks Just as well with a cheap counter as with a good one but does not stand up to real hard wear So with any part of a Shoe We will show you Shoes H from honest makers at reasonable prices Let us show you SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY New Goods We have just received a new line of Belting Kuching Collars Linen Towels from 50o to 100 j Shirt Waist Silks iu nil colors from 81 to 8150lAlso nice line of Comforts from 3125 to 8250 and Blankets from81 per pnir to 85 per pair c We invite your f inspection and guarantee Price and Quality 0 TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 6fvl f PWether fineIkI scissors or the pair of ROBESON shears the points the bladesJ Retainiha Smooth Velvet Action For Sale by W H HIGGINS J The Interior Journal 61anfordf sa ueonddo nuttier rPBLTBHBD TTTMSDATS AND TRIWT A- Ts1QO peR yeAR CAST 3Wbes not 10 paid IJOO will be charge L N TIME THBL No a Mouth 1111 PM No 21 Bouth ItT3 p X No J4 North 4 as A M 1N01rrNottb11e p x JOS S RICE Agent j B D CARTER New Livery Depot Street t Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Poe the arrest and conviction of an raon farm da or night or doing InJurytoetooklntravelingthepub Ulandspresent nnd future reward ISO for particulars see me 1Mlalso offer two of JjO and JGCarpenterii A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts1 Drug Store in the Owsley Building George B Pruitts reduced prices will continue until Oct 15 G B Pruitt Moreland CIA Friend to Need Is A Friend Indeed i For Insurance on Farm Property in cluding Tobacco Bams talk with Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Mm Phone 36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass FarmFor Sale 1 I desire to sell privately my splendid Blue Orals Harm of 6 acres situated in the West End of Lincoln county ono mile worth of McKinney Farm lie on splendid pike as well as on Q AU Ilallroad Is from Hustonvllle and 8 miles from the county seat Farm Is well improved and has all necessary buildings fenced and nn abundance of water Convenient tonchoolsnndchnrche and especially convenient for traders shippers of the lest stock farms tn Lincoln county All of the land Is product lye and n machine can bn run over every of It About lOOncres In cultivation and thecropaliowsforltself tuncrosare being for Fall For further particulars address or call on M OWENS McKlnney Ky JLBeazleyCo I Undertakers and Embalm f erg Also Dealers in Fur niture Mat ngsRugs They Will exchange Furniture for all Kinda of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 Ja C McClary Yit f Undertaker Embalmer and DealerlnlHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY- OatcePboneh7 Jj Home Fhoce 26 4t 7 4 SUr MIDDLBBURO There will be a magistrates court at Yosemite Saturday when two mUd meaner cases win be disposed ofIThe Sunday schools hero were quite attended on account of the scarlet feverIDon Jones and Herbert Benson killed a large rattle snake on Foglos Knob last week while out squirrel hunting John Tomlinson of Somerset hl1s bought the Geo Hicks farm adjolnlnJt the Olympian Springs We did not learn the price paid The scarlet fever is worrying the tit tie ones of this vicinity and causing much anxiety among parents There have already been some 10 or 12 casesI The Casey fiscal court went up the statute by refusing to make a levy for the benefit of the schools of the county This is regarded as rather singular action of the court but you can depend on fiscal courts to do sins ular things Rev W G Tilford has resigned pastorate charge of the Baptist church here to take effect Jan 1st Bro TiI ford has been pastor here for two years and the work has prospered in his hands It Is likely that Rev J L Owens will succeed Bro Tilford though no call has yet been made Mrs Eliza Estes arrived Saturday to visit the family of J A Estes Mi and Mrs J W McWhorterare on the sick list Attorney J E Foglo of Hartford arrived yesterday Tuesday and will spend several days with relatives Jess is one of the friendliest men I ever knew and everybody is glad to see him FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fresh Jersey cow for sale W C Shanks Stanford A few Polled Angus bull calves subject to register for sale J W Baugh man Stanford Ky The Western mare advertised by J Nevin Carter belonged to B G Cove and he called and got her A fine Shropshire Down buck left my place a month ago Reward for his return or information leading thereto James McKechnie Hubble George Gano by Gambetta Wilkes and with a record of 2031 was sold at Lexington to C M Greenbaugh of New Hampshire for 16000 There were about 300 cattle on the market hero Monday and all except about 25 were sold The prices were not high but there was a demand foi good grade stuff A black and white spotted gilt weigh ing about 140 pounds left our farrr about a week ago Any information concerning her whereabouts thankfully received Ewalt Givens Stanford The State Racing Commission refut ed to grant the request of the horse men to eliminate the parimutuel form of betting and beallowed to return tc the oldstyle of betting known as the bookmakers Stomach troubles would more quickly disappear if the Idea of treating the cause rather than the effect would come into practice A tiny Inside hidden nerve says Dr Shoop governs and gives strength to the stomach A branch also goes to the Heart and ono to the kidneys When these Inside nerves fall then the organs must falter Dr Shoops Restorative is directed specifically to these failing norvcs Within 4S hours after start log the Restorative treatment patients say they realize a gain Sold by Pennys Drug Store Microbes so they claim today Marthe bliss Scientific folks all say Do not kiss But we do not scare at this Let them warn No one will who gets a kiss Give a darn A Jewelers Experience C R Kluger The Jeweler 10CO Vir ginia 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 backache and the irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business every day and recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy to all suffer ers as It cured me after the doctors and other remedies bad failed New Stanford Drug Co Tafter If the ballot were given to women the republican party would have a cinchByronYes Tafter All women want protection Puck a a Married Man In Trouble A married man who permits any member of the family to taue anything except Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble Is guilty of neglect Nothing else is as good for all pulmonary troubles The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar con tains no opiates and is in a yellow package New Stanford Drug Co Judge Taft spoke at Lexington yesterday lie will make several other speeches in Kentucky but it will avail him nothing The State is sure for Bryan and Kern MtW INEALS CREEKThe people of tht were more than glad to Ret the muchneeded rain which came Fri day night Rev Barker filled his ap- plntment at this place Sunday after noon and delivered an excellent sermon Our teacher Miss Dessio liar rington took her school Friday after noon on a chestnut hunt They wet also accompanied by Mr and Mrs Fel- Ix White All reported a nice time and plenty of chestnuts Jack Terry is confined to his bed with muscula rheumatism J T Roberts of Crab Orchard spent Wednesday night with his brother S T Roberta Mr Good and Miss Nellie Brady of Stanford attended services here Sunday afternoon The box supper at this place Saturday- night was well attended and a ROW sum of money was realized All had a nice time Revs Freeman and Vercc are holding a series of meetings at Saufiey with a good attendance Saved His Boys Life tlMy three year old boy was badly constipated had a high fever and was in an awful condition I gavo him twc dozes of Foleys Orino Laxative and the next morning theJover was gone and he was entirely well Foleys Orlno Laxative saved his life A Wolkush Caslmer WIs New Stan ford Drug C- oFARM FOR SALE I S goodThe farm of 110 acres blue grass land lying one mile North of MoKlnnvyon the Htnntord pike Improvements and fencing good of water and fruit Also acres of timbered land one Mlle tatof McKlnney halt under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land 8ru grow ing crop J A OIVtNH Agent McKinney Ky PUBLIC SALE I will sell at my farm two nines East of nnvllle on the Lexington pike on Wednesday Oct 2J 1908 It 10 oclock X IS head of one thorough bred horses Including the celebrated tin ported stallion Ruskin The remainder onslsts of heRd of registered Saddle Htol Ions mares and colts headed by the three tar old stallion Chesters Last I will also offer six aged jacks and eight rennet all of which are breeders and extra goOd ones Forty head of fat hogs This onslsts of my entire holdings and thcreare no culls to bo found among them All of tho nlnmU are first class In every detail nod wilt be sold without reserve or limit Terms node known on day of solo Write for Catalogue- T nIlIUOHT Danville Ky Kngllsh and Dunn Auctioneers IEczema is Curable Uchlsg preparation fo ad destroys tko germs that cause tkii disease Edema culcUy and I permanently curedaly this remarkable ruediclae DnxgttaU Writs for urn pie E W Rose Med Ca lItLouleUe Pennys Drug Store Jesse W Sweeney rBortusTon Livery TNa and Solo Strili Lancaster Ky NSURANC lire Lightning Wlnd and leoldent None but the HTROIJOEBT Bnd 3B8T Companies Represented Lowest Pea able Rates Guaranteed Lou raying Keo Ile Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8- 1PSTEDC whose names appear below strictly forbid bunUnl fishing or an kind of tress passing on our places and will pro e mte vl olators to the full extent of the law Alex Uoouer Mrs tarp Mrs Walter Warren Mrs White Him tsou lire TtnsleyHpoonauiore P W Carter Hen I MFLawreace Ueubcn Curtis JH Hooker J M Pettus T A lUce Morgan Cnappell- AmandtHchaeffer Ureen JL Uoltiolnw H W Hasty AfrsJK Pulllnm It L Pulllam Peter llatmer Mrs Katherine Ador Dlesertlaxton Ashley A OUnnnoa JameaNOaih J NevlnOnrter C MKack Joseph liallou M II Lytle Mrs Jas haloes JII0Rmen Ich Dr J O Sirs lteb ccaUOarp nter W P Martin- A M Vrye J II Thompson Thomas Kerrlll Jas It Hkldmore David Burton JltHunch MC Richardson Joseph Jorndi Sllss Mattis liewes Jro Kred Vondruongau HKOalnes Albert onOruengnn A T Tray lor Illburn Jooch N II Plummer Fred Uaumann Hlohard Nester Owsley Dunn Hester Will r NunnelleyJWU Floyd J hJnrvls J W Ilaugbman J K lIrucelJOHprattW I It UnderwoodABon Mrs Mar OTfllveni John M Carter Martin AI i WtiiCurdler Dan lor M D Hlmore Mrs N liOoode O KTate David Htevens John Jufer ICO Durham w n stout lotllbOllok Fred Handorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob J Thompson D M Anderson J K Moser Mr and Mrs Jas HKsJt A Kllnsa MrsNJ Morton JJKlIlolt Sirs flee Logan Mrs Mary Hufmann Win Fields W It Daugherty Frank Conner llev Father Io Dr O O IVrry- II W ORluelHII Itaughiuan Uriah Airs Margaret hooch Jnlob oa dlrneo U livens XTRAGOOD CLOTHES FOR BOY- SEdcrheimcr Stein Co Makers thing for mothers to know FINE best boys overcoats in the worldcome from the makers of XIM222D Ederheimer Stein Co Weve tied to this brand the makers have tied to us A combination to give you the biggest values you ever had in clothes All the new Fall Styles for you to choose from now Russian Overcoats for ages 3 to 10 perfectly made beautifully trimmed Coats for boys 7 to 17 like Illustration or button to the neck with storm col lar Clothes to please you at price you want to pay For Sale by H J McROBERtS i f dW Jni1bUi9LIIIiJ rrJllfj Ii trJf4 FALL OPENING of the newest and best Clothes Shoes Rats Caps furnishings in town for your mon ey Our stock of Fall and Winter goods is more complete than K ever before Come in andsee our goods be fore you buy elsewhere SAM ROBINSON I STANFORD KY D first Iatonal JYanka- nford Jy Orfamxtct J32 Capital JtocJk S5OOOO rpl1 anti ndiudsdralih S9OOO t Jrpaid in Wioidendi since Organitation 21500 Jnutl ltlW Jfecouns an Our 9lriis OFFICERS DIRECTORS I S Hooker President N Reid JH Daughmin VlcelresWentM D llimure J M PennsS T lUrrh S II Uaughman J F Cuwmini J JlmeltoblntonUWWSaunder Bookkeeper C B Tate the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 r Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owslo Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John 11 Fouler Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J H Paxton Stanton W II Trnylor Gilbert Creek K L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachcrsvillc Lilburn Gooch GilborU Creek Removal Sale of Monuments ifI t Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadwaywe are obliged to seek a now location To avoid tho great expruso and risk of taking down loading hauling and resetting in the now show room we propose erecting wo offer the largest assortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments 128 Headstones 85 Markers I at most attractive prices Persons who may wish to purchase later in thisiyear could order now and have their work reserved for future delivery Wm Scrams lSon142 North Broodway Lexington Ky THE SAFEST ADD QUiCKEST orJj4V 1U t TRANSFER MONEY 18 avILONG FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONECOMPANV INCORPORATED If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Purest I Drugs Call on me t W B McRoberts f jLJ II Ir It IJ4I jI A DRUCOIS1 1 STANFORD