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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL j VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 1908NO 67 Cotton Farther North It ia evident that the Kentucky and IITennesseo farmer must have somo deep rooting crop to rotate with tho surface rooting crops which are now being planted throughout these States U less this is dono tho crops which are now being grown will rapidly decrease In yield until it will be unprofitable to grow them Corn hemp wheat and oats art all surface rooting crops and they should rotate with soy beans cow peas field beans etc Commenting on this condition Mr W M Bambcrgo formerly a Special Agent of the United States Department of Agricnlturc but I now Agricultural Superintendent for tho Queen Crescent Route said 3 looking over the field of available economic plants which will rotate with shallow rooting plants and at tho same time prove profitable to the farmer I havo come to tho conclusion that cotton would answer the purpose adm 1ably It is not a great consumer of the plant fooda required by corn wheat i oats etc Is very deep rooting is easy culture and is most profitable The improved strains of cotton com mence opening their bolls within 100 days from planting and a paying crop can be taken off within 150 days This short period of maturing will admit of Its culture as far north as tho Ohio riv er and will add another commercial product to tho long list of cash crops theso two States aro growing Tho far i ther north cotton Is grown tho larger the yield la tho evidence of the Stat tical Bureau of tho general government Florida tho most southern cotton pro ducing state avorigcd 122 lbs per acre while Missouri tho most north- ernc of tho cotton growing states averaged 263 Ibs per aero Ho U desirous that all farmer living contiguous to the Queen Crescent Routo plant small patch of cotton tho coming year nnd to induce them to do so ho proposes to mall a package of improved cotton seed to all who will apply for It Simply say you will plant an experimental plot of cotton and address your letter or postal card to W M Bambcrge Agri cultural Supt Q a Route Lexing ton Ky and the seed will bo sent you free of coat Dont you know that Bryan laughed When ho learned that DIlly Taft Made an automobile trip to OyaterBa There to let his master Teddy View his speech when It was ready Ere he lot the curtain rise upon the play Hut as every ono expected- It was easily corrected Till it touched upon matters in dispute Then away to the Queen City Billy hied himwhat a pity Such plaudits did not all the people suit Every working man Is ready To support a man like Teddy hut Taft on them will vainly vainly ca For without the least compunction They will answer his Injunction With asolld voto for Bryan In the Fall Wm Yancey Erwin Frank S Monctt former Attorney General of Ohio addressed a largo gathering of Utah Democrats at a thea ter in Salt Lake Mr Monett rbediscussing tho principal issues of th campaign said Tho reason I leftI tho Republican party and advocated lh election of Mr Bryan Is duo to tho fee that while I was prosecuting tho Standard Oil trust in Ohio and with every reason to expect a successful Issue the Republican campaign fund in Ohio wasI welled by contributions by tho StonI dard Oil Company and in return that company was allowed to name tho per sonnel of tho Supremo Court of Ohio whereupon all of the Standard Oi cases were promptly dismissed Then i I became a DemocrattStomach troubles more quick l ly disappear If tho Idea of treating tho 1cause rather than tho olToot would Jcomo Into practice A tiny Inside ihidden nerve says Dr Shoop governs and gives strength to the stomach A t branch also goes to the Heart and ono to tho kidneys When these In side nerves fall then tho organs must falter Dr Shoops Restorative Is directed specifically to theso falling nerves Within 48 hours after start ing tho Restoratlvo treatment patients say they realize a gain Sold by Pennys Drug StorebHad a Close CallTMrs Ada L Croom known proprietor of tho Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several months I Buffered with a severe cough of and consumption seemed to have Its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I boo gas takIng It and three bottles affected a complete euro1 Tho famo of this life saving cough and cold remedyd l and lung and throat healer wide Sold at Pennys Drug Storot 50c and el Trial bottle free a rrS-i Eight locomotives aro turtiedout each working day in Philadelphia alone i e MIDDLEBURG Rumor has It that a wedding will take place hero in tho near future in which two of our most popular young people will bo the principal actors- n Mr and Mrs James King of Way nesburg passed through hero Sunday en route home They had been on a two weeks visit to relatives at Hopkins vlllo and made the trip through In a buggy Rev J L Jones of Lexington Bibio College preached Interesting sermons at tho Yosemite Christian church Sun day morning and evening Rev Jones is only 22 years old but handles his sub facie In tho pulpit like one of moro m- In ture years James Winkle was acquitted of tho charge of assault on Bob Wells In ti magistrates court at Yosemite Satur day Wells and Winkle are brothers inlaw and had a difficulty over a wirer stretcher when Wells claims Winkle as saulted him Agnes tho threeyearold daughter ofof Prof and Mrs J S Lawhorn died of diphtheria hero Wednesday alter several days illness Bev W W Hunt pastor of tho Methodist church conducted funeral services at the grave Thursday forenoon Mrs Rebecca Dye tho aged mother of Andy Dye nnd Mrs Albert Pike died Thursday afternoon and was bur led at Green River church after ser vices by Rev W G Tilford Mrs Dye was 70 years old aud had been a memos her of the Baptist church for 06 years Miss Maud Miller of Cynthlana a niece of Mrs Laura Lee spent Satur day and Sunday here Crit Dillion of Bumsidc attended church at Green river Sunday Mrs A R Scott has returned to her home at Scdalia Mo after a five months stay with her para cote Mr and Mrs J A Estes J E Foglo has returned to his home at Hart ford Dr J M Haney and J K Cof fey were in Liberty Monday bIr Mary Jones F L Jones and Mlsa S lena havo returned from Trenton Mo Will Wells the 1C yearold son of Shor iir Wells has scarlet fever Jason Lnwhorn will be 21 years old only a few days before the election and ho U grow ing a crop of whiskers to avoid having his vote challenged MoneyYSpeaking of trio charges made by William J Bryan to buy tho election Democratic National Chairman Mae said that there was no doubt that th Republican organization was obtanin plenty of money with which they wool endeavor to repeat tho purchsaiu- plans which he alleged were pursued In the campaigns of 1896 1900 and 1901 Mr Mack said I think the letters of Mr Ilarrlrna- and President Roosevelt prove prett Ilwell what was done In 1905 campaign in tho purchase of votes and there is no question but that tho Republican or sanitation is preparing to do the same thing this year So long as they dont print their campaign contributions they can do anything they please and handle the money in any way they see fit Notwithstanding these efforts that wit l made to purchase tho election 1000 agree with Mr Bryan that ho will be elected notwithstanding Dcmocratit c so oooNow York SpecialfThe wholesome harmless green leaves and lender StoolS of a lung heal Ing mountainous shrub give to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy Its curative proportion Tickling or dry bronchial toIDr Shoop assures mothers that can with safety give it to over very young hobos No opium no chloroform absolutely nothing harsh or harmful It calms tho dlstressln coughs and heals tho sensitive mem bravos Accept no other Demand Dr Shoop Sold by Pennys Drug Store Tho women of Campbellsburg hav organized a Womens Democratic Club About women enrolled their name Tho following resolution was unanimously adopted Whereas We believe the best Interests of our National Government can est bo secured through tho policy and- rinciples of tho Democratic party be it Resolved That we as a unit uso ourp moral support and Influence in a legit p imato manner to the a tho Democratic partySsSaved His Boys Life liMy three year old boy was badly trfaozes of Foloys Ortno Laxative and next morning tho fever was gone nd he was entirely well Foleya g1Wolkusbford Drug Co low NEWS NOTES T C Jefferson a wellknown Ken tucky horseman died at Lexington Tho Colonnade the most substantial building on the Chautauqua assem grounds Jamestown N Y was stroycd by fire Charles Ellict Norton the wellknown philanthropist and scholar and many years a member of tho Haryard faculty is dead Judge James Wortham ono of tho bestknown lawyers in Kentucky died of stomach trouble after several weeks illness at Lcltchfleld Col J F Adams of St Louisa a Confederate veteran was found Wa Bering on the streets of Cleveland 0 and died soon afterward- ho Asbury Hatficld a Hardin county farmer was shot to death by his son aged 35 The elder Hatlleld wag charged with debauching his daughter At Pittaburg Judge Young dismissed tho writ of habeas corpus in tho Harry Thaw case This means that Thaw will not be brought to Pittsburg at present From nearly every mountainous sec flea of Pennsylvania come reports of forest and brush fires the flames in some instances endangering villages that are surrounded by woodlands Night ri0ere warned J W Clinks beard a candidate for magistrate in Bath county to withdraw Mr Clink enbeard took an active part In the effort to bring the guilty to justice following several barn burnings last spring The statement of government re ccipUfrom internal revenue sources for the month of September shows a marked improvement over August For tho former month the total collections were 21096956 as against 19094087 for August Tho city of Frankfort lost Its suit topis recover taxes on 211000 bonds beiong Ing to the Illinois Life Insurance Co tha0A were fort and therefore no taxes can be re covered Fire supposed to have originated from a carelesslydropped cigarette destroyed Atkins Ellis largo stock barn near Hopklnsville Thlrtythree head of stock were rescued with great difficulty Two mules wero seriously burned Riley Atkins a youth was painfully burned while saving the conaukm RgZ Ten Reelgat tbo lake by a band of night riders Copt Rankin was lynched and Col Taylor it is believed lost his life while PatYj of 10000 for the arrest of the gait men and has ordered troops to the Icenefat Saturday night caused a loss of about 70 000 proximate losses aro as follows Gi son Company building and merchan in disc 15000 Herndon drug store 2 el Parker Grocery Company 6 Lockharta restaurant 1000 Decker building 3000 Hlgnitc building 3000 postofilco building 2200 of Armory 500 Mrs Barret ladles furnsshings 1000 W S Hudson office furnishings 100 Scalfs barber shop 1000 Shannon jeweler 500 Smyth s dentist 500 Westerfleld physician as tlLlttloproperty To check tcaroIIvenLicsfeverish children Take Preventlcs allgg StorotlFive persons lost their lives at Paints villa when the residence of Mrs Liza Staffordetwo daughters and a son were burned Itbrokenstory window 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 Head pains womanly pains anywhere get Instant relieffrom Pink Pain Tablet Pennys Drug the A recently patented roller skate carries n fifth wheel under the toe slightly raised shave tho ground and revolving to enable the skater to fancy figures and to stop suddenly Foleys Honey and Tar cures cou L quickly strengthonsthe lungs and pels colds Get the genuine in a yel the package New Stanford DrugCo you HUSTONVILLE Over 1000 people attended the Chris man sale here Wednesday E C Hopper leaves Monday for tho eightIeMiss Mello Hopper and Rev W S Willis are in Cincinnati to buy a Vocal- or ion for the Christian church Baptistan elegant pair of 35 pulpit chairs Charles Lutes will arrive home this week from Canada where ho has ar ranged to move with his family In the Spring- n The District Medical Society which mot hero last week tenders tho Mason ic lodge here Its sincere thanks for their hall so generously offered The Word of the Holy Spirit w be tho subject of Rev W S Willi sermons next Sunday morning n night All Invited to attend A full attendance is desired Saturd at the meeting of the Teachers Troi ing Class at 230 r M and on Friday 230 P M for choir practice at the Christian church Allen Swope shipped two cars of butcher cattle to Cincinnati this week for which they paid 2 to 41c This is arranging to ship via the L from Stanford hereafter by which th can save a days time andexpense on each shipment Rev W S Willis pastor of the Christian church at Hustonville will begin a protracted meeting Sunday morn ing when he will preach from the sub ject The work of the Holy Spirit a Comforter His Sunday night eu jeer will be The work of the Iio Spirit in Conversion 01On Monday night he will preach on Some HInd- rances to Our Work Rev E S Wil of Kirksville Mo will arrive Tuesday and assist throughout the meetin Day services will begin Thursday at M A splendid new vocation has been bought and will be in place this Friday evening All who can assist us urged to be present at 7 oclock evening for song practice and agener conference regarding work for t meeting The citizens hero and in Casey county ere up in arms over tho action taken by the C S railroad in withdrawing the Blue Grass Special from Moreland By this action the traveling public can only get away at noon and get back when it is possible The railroad bus iness at Moreland is of such proportions that we are entitled to some considera lion at the hands of the officials That elhowever seems to have been ignored an take September last when tho freight receipts were 1724 freight forwarded 1899 ticket sales 1488 total 5110 August one of the dullest months In the year shows fury4893 Considering that for the months past but little business has been done these figures show up fairly fubthe way of travel much of this trav will be given to the L N via Stanford Efforts aro being made thro four Commercial Club to give us some relief and Dr Alcorn vice president tho club has gone to Cincinnati to tho railroad officials TServedascoffee the now cotTee sub tltuto known to grocers everywhere Dr Shoops Health Coffee will C trlekeyonaeoffeaoxpert Not a grain real coffee in It either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nuts etc have been so cleverly blended as give a wonderfully satisfying cof taste and flavor And it is mado a minute tool No tedious 20 to minutes boiling Test U and see Dr Shoop created Health Coffee that the people might have a genuine substitute and ono that would b satisfying inovery respect Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Although Nebraska is a Republica- State Mr Stealey who has been over in the interest of the CourierJour says that it is sure for Bryan It certainly ought to glvo Its most distinguished citizen a practically unanimous vote Like a certian brand of beer which made Milwaukee famous Mr Bryan has given Nebraska a name abroad that she could not possibly have acquired in any other way A practi cally unknown State has been kept in limelight for moro than 12 years Gratitude ought to make Nebraska support Mr Bryan if for no other reason Frankfort Journal A Healthy Family lOur whole family has enjoyed good health since wo boganuslngDrKloJrs- Ne w Lifo Pills three years ago1 says A Bartlet of Rural Routo 1 Guil- ford Maine They cleanse and tone system In a gentle way that does good S5o at Pennys Drug Store 06 06 Slioeat goodyvalues i- nHanan v Bates Eclipse Douglas fl8Queen Quality Red Cross Buster Brown Etc ion all the new styles and shapes Lookheje Il FL ffi7t7 Cummins Wearer STANFORD KENTUCKY Tooth Brushes If you want ai Tooth Brush that will give perfectjsatisfaction try one if our 25c GuaranteedBrushes We nave all sizes and shapes PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky BankeWaynciburgf Lincoln County Ky Organized Aug 15th fool Capital Stock 1500000 Surplus 81200000nu us to you Your money Is safer In the bank than anywhere else Paying bills by CHECK is the SIMPLEST SAFEST AND MOST CONVENIENT METHOD and your checks becomes a receipt for the debt it pays It gives you a better standing In tho com munity especially among business men to payby check rather than in cash To be known as having money in the bank strengthens ones credit Our aim Is to mako this tho Peoples Bank systematic saving pays A deposit account encourages saving This bank re ceives deposits from Sljup Dealingwith all customers are always confldentfal and this bank Is always ready to assist and advISe Wo are Interested in the development of this country andlmake a specialty of taking care of farmers accounts Call in to see us when in town We are always glad to do business with you OFFICERSL G Gooch President M E Wheeldon 1st Vice President Tames A Hays 2nd Vice President Stanley EMcintosh Cashier J B Paxton Attorney DIRECTORS Dr J W Acton n Curtis Dr A K Cald Legateswell C C Gooch H H Singleton J W WheeldonftG W s The Interior Journal and Eo C WALTONw a = WL MCARTYnl Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty lubject to the action ot the democratic partyblM S QAUGHMAN- It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county to the nctlon of the democraticsubject JOHN J MOSERIiIi a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic of pauySlMBRUCE Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county to the action of the Democratic abject JAMEt C HAYS 6f t Is a candidate forialter ot Democratic rrpariTr4 DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomlna lion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic of partyCof JW FOLEY Ii a candidate forssouorofLincoln coun ty subject totbenctlon of the democratic party J A DUDDERAR- ii a candidate for asse sor of Lincoln Coun tysubjectto the action of the democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET t For President William of NebnukahFor Vlco President J John Worth Kern of Indiana For Congress a HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county lV For County Judge John Sam OwtleyJr For JullerjROBERT H COFFEYIFor Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE Tni election is only about 10 days offI and it behooves every good democrat toI do what he can in that short time to promote democratic success If youI know of a democrat who has a griev ance against some nominee go and reason with him and try to straighten out matters If you know of a demo crat who has no way to get to the polls inform County Campaign Chairman W H Shanks who will see that he gets there or if you know of one who has grown lukewarm show him the Importance of staying with the party of par ties this year Vote the straight democratic ticket then vote yes on the courthouse question and after having done this stop and think if your neighbors have done likewise If any ofI them have not take the trouble to see what the cause is and do all in power to remove that cause A stamp In the circle under the rooster is a vote for Bryan Kern Helm Owsley and Coffey Be sure you stamp there Remember the rooster will be found in the second column of your ballot Dont make a mistake and vote in the first column or your vote will be recorded for the republicans By Kentucky going republican last year the democrats lost first place on the ballot TilE Democrats were not in power during the panics of 1873 1883 and 190708 The election of Tilden and a Democratic Congress in 1876 and the election of Clevelaud in 1884 did not o cause any business disturbance while the panic of 1893 began before Cleveland was inaugurated or the Wilson bill thought of The Republican effort to create a scare with reference to the upsetting of business If Bryah is elect ed is the merest poppycock and should not frighten even the babies The prospect of his election has even crea ted better feelings in the financial world WHILE William H Taft is traveling about Ohio rind elsewhere making fran tic appeals for the support of laboring men his running mate on the republi givrare composed largely of anarchists so cialists and demagogues Mr Sher man heard the organized wage worker of the country thus denounced by a trust magnate who presided at a meet ing where he spoke and gave approval- of the sentiment expressed AN observant democrat remarked to us the other day that the busiest peo pfo he has seen this campaign are tho distillers and brewers who are arrang ing or rather are trying to arrange the personnel of the next Legislature Since we have come to think about it we not tice that there is something doing in the camps of these great concerns Arc the people going to stand aside and let a few corporations say who their lawmak ers shall beT We hardly think they will ACCORDING to the CourierJournal Times John Whallen who runs the theater and saloon in Louisville was the biggest man in the Bryan demonstration in the Falls City the other save Bryan himself Only a few months ago these papers refused to print advertisements of Whallens business how he is the bully boy with a glass eye with them I THINK it was the greatest demon stratton that I havo ever seen and I say that I mean it in every sense of the word I do not remember ever before reviewing a procession miles lopg or speaking to a more magnificent crowd William Jennings Bryan just after his severalspeeches in Louisville Tuesday night SIDNEY C TAPP was notified Tuesday his nomination for the presidency by the Liberal party which advocates wo suffrage and the initiative and Tapp is the one horse Atlanta lawyer who came to Frankfort and made a speech before Gov Will son asking pardons for Powers and Howard A VOTE Judge LNBethurum Mt Vernon is a vote for Joseph G for speaker If you are tired the old trust sympathizer vote for Mr Bethurums democratic opponent on Hon Harvey Helm VICE JALNOMINEE KERN has abandoned his campaign in the East- on account of the serious illness of his eightyearold son He will speak in cities nearer his home so as to visit his son frequently IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John D Shepperson aged 73 died at home on Rolling ForkeColumbia will vote on the graded school question on Nov 28thIThomas Pendleton living over the Casey line in Adair blew his brains out Some 10 days ago he took morphine with suicidal intent Gov Willson commissioned Henry G Sandifer Jr as Police Judge of Danville to succeed John C Voris resigned Mr Sandifer is a Democrat Allen Huddleston who killed his father in Metcalfe county a few months and who was acquitted at the last term of the Metcalfe circuit court has been arrested on a requisition from the governor of Tennessee and will be taken back to that State to answer to a charge of another shooting affray Virgil P Smith of Somerset was elected Grand Master of the Kentucky Grand Lodge at the meeting in Louis ville having been advanced from the position of Deputy Grand Master Mr Smiths election was no surprise as he simply advanced a grade which is in keeping with the custom of the order Daniel Elam and F S Shearer of Somerset were in Danville Saturday seeking to lease four lodge rooms for four different lodges of the railroad people which will be moved from Som erset to this place The Brotherhood- of Railway Trainmen the Order of Railway Conductors the Brotherhood- of Locomotive Engineers and the Broth erhood of Locomotive Firemen desirer to establish their lodges here The four lodges have a total membership of 400 people The representatives of the lodges were unable to find lodge rooms here and it is not known what they will doAdvocate POLITICAL Fully 100000 people turned out to hear and to see Bryan and between 15000 and 18000 marched in the parade in Louisville says the Times Richard Croker has wired from Dublin Ireland 1000 for the national Democratic campaign fund and 500 for the New York State campaign in behalf of Lewis S Chanler President Roosevelt has signed a contract with the Outlook of New York to act as an associate editor of that publication after his retirement from the presidency in March next Congressman Moses P Kinkaid Re publican has put himself on record against the reelection of Joseph G Cannon as Speaker He is the fourth Nebraska Congressman to make this pledgeThe two Houses of the Vermont Leg islature voting separately reelected Senator William P Dillingham and elected former Gov Carroll S Page to fill the remainder of the unexpired term of the late Senator Redfield Proctor In a last desperate effort to save Ohio the Republican National Com mittee has determined to train its big gest guns on that State and ten or fifteen of their best campaign orators will spend practically all their time until election day in the candidates home State Would Mortgage the Farm A Farmeron Rural Routed Empire Ga W A Floyd by name says BuckleniJ Arnica Salvo cured the two worst sores I over saw ono on my hand and one on my leg It is worth more than its weight in gold I would not be without it if I had to mortgage the farm to get it Only 23c at Pennys Drug Store No cities of any size In the empire are without electric street cars There are 545 miles of trolley tracks CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W Barker will preach at McKinney Sunday at 3 r M nil Subject Sunday morning at tho Methodist and church Enoch Walking With GodEpworth League will hold a Missionary service Sunday at 615 p M at the Methodist church Prof S M Jefferson of Lexington will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning at 1045 Tho two official organs of the Methodist ly church South of Kentucky and West Virginia have been consolidated and publication headquarters established in Frankfort Isis many friends will be glad to know that Rev Robert J McMullen of Louisville will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening at the usual hours PASTOR The Methodist pastor will deliver sandat third lecture on the Beatitudes Sunday evening at 715 Tho large increase in the night congregations has induced him to continue these lectures for several weeks Good Farm For Sale 1 jf I desire to sell privately my JOOacre farm ot tonvllle It Is Ml G improvedeasy payments For further particulars write to or call on C T Itolion Lebanon Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 00 F A A M will moot Instated communication on each first mud third Monday nights of each month at 730 oclock In their hull on Main street Htan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally Invltod to bo present Penny WJIT W IVnnlngtonBec Eczema isCurabie ZBMO a scientific preparation fot external use Stops itching destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and is- permanently cured by this remarkable medIcine Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co SuLoul8Mo Pennys Drug Store Good Farm For Rent I desire to rent for 100 my farm of 100 acres In the town limits of Urab Orchard 40 or so acres are In timothy meadow The land Is In splendid condition Large brick bouse of eight rooms and out houses good and numerous Plenty of water Wrlio or call on James F Jtoldnm Htanford Ky INSURANCEtrite loflldent None but the HTKONOKBT and JeST Companies Represented Lowest Pos able Kates Guarantied Lou Paying Ileo ltd Unequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Pbone NoM PUBLIC SALE determineddtobrenkuphousekeer lfavln ing 1 will sell at tbe James Pepples farm 1H miles Hast of Rowland on FillDAYNOV11Tlt 100 shocks of corn In held so shocks of sorghum cane tome fodder S brood innrvs one In foal to Jack and oneln fool by Preston Jr I suckling mule colt and one horse co I 8 mllkcow 2yeurllng mules fat hogs 15 ewes farm wagon spring wagon top buckboard set buggy harness sot spring wagon harness 3 sets and all farming implements household goods cook stove extension table Jdishsalesund oth er things too tedlousto mention also bed ding chairs sewing machine carpets and lot of other things also some cedar posts TEUMHAII cash over that amount acrtdltof6montbs Note with good security and hearing 6 Pet cent Interest wilt bo required of the purchaser Hide will begIn st A D IU DIBHON Howland J P Chandler Auctioneer Central Kentucky Real state nhangeI TITLE CO Notroacres on the Waynesburg pIke near Highland 6room house burn and oth outbuildings i nice orchard This property Is near nudschoolhoutu It well worth the JIM No yUOucres tulles Houth of Grab Or chard on the Htnte road has a twostory house good barn orchard and Is well water ed about 100 acres of this land Is bottom land and produce One crops A bargain at f ItCW H cash balance one and two Mo 3118 acres on Duck Greek near WllI nesburg 4roolU houle barn other out buildings plenty of water Cash price booNo4icencres near Level Green Rock castle countKy This farm has a new y story would cost to build now good crib Ac located near church and school This Is a nice home and can be bought tor ID per acre 14 cash re malnder In li months No rrhO acres adjoining the above farms 100 acres in of rooms barn and other orchard One of the best springtnibe coun ty Irlco SflOO half and 2 years No 611 acres adjoining ferns Nos nnd 160 acres In cultivation balance in tim bur Good white oak hickory and some line cedar Hits 2story log huse and good orvli Iud well watered Uusli price 1UX No 7 Stoiicres near Muretsburg KyltO acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings line wntl and school church mud It It Station 1rlco 1600 H In ono and two years No l2U ncrvs near Conway Ky nearly nil of this faro is bottom land one for corn and meadow very good dwelling House m w roall16mlleltinNoOatlneros on Drakes from Grab Orchard This farm adjoins tile pike and is n purl of the lea Evans farm This Is line land and In good condition all necessary buildings n bargain at yV per owe No IG7H acres near Stanford Ky in bUlldlnGIetcseFor full particulars In regard to all the above farms seu or write L R Hugb i or James I White Htantord Ky For Sale Privately I house and lot house contains eight roonuwith cistern and pantry rooms and necessary outbuildings uch as smokehouse bunny house coal home hen house a very good stable For further de scription culloii J II RItlu11T Htanfonl Ky The Truth Ever person in this city who is sub fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis case can find relief and be permanent cured by Zemo a clean liquid fot external use All durecis sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE McKINNEY MARBLE C GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors nnDealers In nod manufacturers Ornnltw Marble Monuments Flrst Uass Work Hensonnblo Prices ONce mud Works McKlnney Ky Whop closed on Boturdoy Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Mcd Co St Louis Mo L PENNYS DRUG STORE Fruit and Ornamental Trees Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We have no agents Free CatalogueII HltUJNMBYnU it SON- SLexington Ky When Ordering Clothes Slave your measure taken by a tailor of ex Then your clothes whethera low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were suede to your mvasurv win also take your roes ure for extra trouser fancy vests top coats and overcoats Pail nnd Winter sam plea on hand ready for your inspection H O UUlLK Y The Tailor Htanford Ky Adorinas Fox Is n handsome large young Jersey null de scended front n and unbroken line of the mOlt noted bulls and cows on the Is land of Jersey England and America Ills 1Ir II one of the best bull ever tmpottto and his dnlll Is a show cow that hOIIInllmilk in one day K hoveLike begets Like or the Likeuessof tomeAncestor and have n itrlotly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice Ho wilt bo allowed to serve n limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for n fr ol IS each Make engagement before sending cow to be bred AOTTBU Telephone so Htanford Ky N IlVu havo to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold ut right pri- cesCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of eon creting as Work Pavements anti In fact wu cnn make any thing from aIhouse down to a fence post We run ten you promptly and art lase work Jail and get our price before you buy your material at leo t PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky r Heart Strength ITeart Btrenrth or Heart Weakness Deans X ernIPtraigth or None Weakness nothing more itofc lUrelr not one weak heart In a hundred 1s In It self actually diseased It is almost always a nerve that really all at fault This obscure nervethe Cardiac or Heart Nerve simply needs and mutt have more power more more OODllolUnJmure lorerninj strength Without continue to foil and the stomach and kidneys also ban these laID controlling nerves This clearly explains why as a medicine Dr Shoots Restorative has past done so much tor weak and allin Ueartl Dr Shoop aUI sought palplIaUnrlU1foraatnpopular prescription Is alone directed to ttoij bulldllItrenrthensIt you would have strong Hearts auont IUoo strengthen these nunsreestablish11- 10w u needed wIth Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States hnvo not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all thing clean In all things It Is essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEKKLV COURIEBOUBNAL one year and this paper for the price name above Send your subscription fo tbe cum blaatlon te usot tqthe urlerJouroa UMDR1ERThe rs cl1r 1m 1 must change our clothing to suit the season t1 We are especially well fixed this time in Undl1derwear dl The Royal Silk Plus d is unquestionably the best Underwear on the T j1 wo market today Never fadesnever draws upJmedium weight but WARMER than anything tor else In shirts and drawers at 150 the garment M WRIGHTS WOOL FLEECED is the standard Everybody knows it Thecwool a little softer and weight a little heavier than other makes Shirts and Drawers at the garmentI In COOPERS WRIGHTSCIta ffor J ht r c d gl UNION SUITS soft warm balbrigan at and 2 suit Of course the cheaper grades 50cCstuff we all have Some buy LIGHTER + c WEIGHTS and sell them a little less than rt 50c butthey are LIGHTER WEIGHTS AND Sj POORLY MADE Boys Union Suits 4 to 15rtyears good ones for 50c the suitiH J McROBBRTS STANFORD I KENTUCKYtrd The Emporium Huston villeH- nvo s t now their Fall stock complete for your inspection c Our Millinery Surpasses all Former EffortsPever Attempted in Hustonville t Our prices always conoratc See our Tailored Gowns new and luettrrWe have just introduced this line Ladies Skirt our Fall lino of Cloak t Ladies Misses and Children you will find to he money savers to you ShooCt tock now completer AVo have handled the Sterling Shoo for yours to our I satisfaction and to the trade Try n pair and Ira convinced Everylleitart ment Is now complete and ready fur your inspection Yours for fair ox change CHAS WHEELER HUSTONVILLE KY isf BeechNut jIBrand 14 r cans il1 Onco tried always used Money back if not satisfactory Also Ideeclinu t Cranberry Sauce Sliced Bacon Currant Jelly Orange Marmalade Grapo I IJelly Pineapple Preserves Peanut Butter Always Call and see f lino on the market GEORGE FARRIS save The Dillerenee 1l Every little bit helps Inspect our line of Heatersbefore you buy1i f Geol Da Hopper Stanford Ky 4 I The Interior Journal i1 i STANFORD KT OCT 23 1908 NEW assortment df local view post cards at Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS MR KINDRICK ALCORN continues to t D MAUONY was In Louisville this week t Miss MARY McKonEriTS spent ycster day in Cincinnati DR W N CRAIG returned to Mid dlcnboro Tuesday t Mn GEonaE L PENNY spent several days in Louisville MR GEORGe D WEAKEN went to Knoxvlllo Tuesday L tIL M NEWLAND is in the mountain insurance Miss UEULAJI JORDAN of Corbin Is with Miss Knto Phillips CAPT D H GOYEN went to LexinK ton this morning to register 1 4 Miss MARGARET HUFFMAN U with Mrs T S Elkin at Lancaster MIss OniEUA LACKEY of Crab Or chard was the guests of the Misses Al i cornMRS T C RANKIN Is with tho tam fly of her brother Dr II S Doolin In SomersetMR J BELL and family are spend t Ing a week with relatives at Dunnvlllo Casey county REV H R MILLS and family of Lat ta S C wero hero the guests of Mr J II Bright and family DR A S PRICE sends us word that he will be Inhls dental office hero be ginning Monday next 26th Mu3 DAVE DAUGIIERTY and pretty I daughter Miss Mary Daugherty were callers at this office Wednesday DR W M MYERS came from Thorn town Ind to attend the burial of his M L Harris at J Crab OrchardIWM H REYNOLDS and James D J Cravens of Morcland left this week to- rT Urbana UK much to the regret of 1their many friends and relatives Mn 0 G HARRISON nnd wife of Sprlngboro 0 are with her parents Mr and Mrs A J Walden Mr liar rtion is cashier of the Farmers Bank at Sprlngboro MRS TOM JASPER of Texas will stop In Somerset for a few days this Week en route homo from Cincinnati where she has been under medical treatment Somerset Journal MRS WM BonBETT handsome t daughter Miss Lena Bobbett and son Luther of Nebraska Mrs Wm Rutherford of Salem Oregon and Mrs James Doclin of Somerset have been the guests of J H Reynolds and fam ily at Moreland Miss Hurleo Gut neau of Kansas City is with Mrs Reynolds MR J F AUSTIN of the Louisville Post was here Tuesday to see Miss Minnie Sine who has entered the con teat which is being conducted by that paper 20000 In property is to bo distributed and Miss Sines friends will take pleasure in having their ballots counted for her when they remit for that good afternoon journal a LOCALS GET Singletons prices on stoves MORe of that good candy just receiv at Farris 2od at fr FRESH fish celery and oysters Satur day Geo II Farris FOR SALEA twohorse power gas oline engine This office BOYS agile in new patterns just received Cummins Wearen t NEW lIno of lap robes nnd horse blankets just in J C McClary AGENT Itics informs us that he will receive bulletins at the depot on election night r TilE L N will run another excur lion to Cincinnati Sunday 175 for i the roundtrip MY green house is Mecondition and am prepared to store your flowers J for tho winter Ed Htibbard 4t 4Mns S J TATEM is In the new build on Main Street Crab Orchard with 1ing line of millinery goods and notions Call and see her BE suro and hearJudigo C Sauf ley lion R B Franklin and Elector R 11 Tomlinson at Hustonville Sat urday afternoon They are all good speakers and they will both entertain and Instruct you TilE cake and candy salo by themom bers of the Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church will be held in tho Owsloy store room opposite Mrs W S Jones restaurant tomorrow Saturday Attend the sale and help a good thing along WE wish to exp our heartfelt thanks to tho good people of McKinnoy for their kindness to us during the illness arid death of our beloved daughter i and sister Especially do we thank Dr T II Singleton for his untiring efforts to save dur dear child Mr and Mrs D 8 Rifle and family LET mo insure your tobacco W A Tribblo LARGE and well selected lino of lap covers just rccefvcd E T Pence Call and see them a FOR SALBS II Aldrldgo cottage on Portman Avenue or will rent by the month until told Seo or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky Tim Ladles Aid Society of the Bap tist church will have an exchange and BlacltTilE following are the prices at Ed Wilkinsons barber shop Hair cutting 125c shampooing 2oc shaving 10c no extra charge for shaving neck IA the of the County Fair Association will beheld Friday afternoon Oct 23 Impor tant business JJ Cummins Secy FOR SALEAA tllablo ono that will work any where perfectly safe for women and school children to drive Will guarantee his qualities W B Jarvis Cedar Creek READ tho display advertisement of W E Perkins tho up todato Crab Orchard merchant which appears this issue and call on him when you need any thing in tho general merchandise lino HAVE you guessed on Bryan and Kerns majority in Lincoln county 7 If you have not you had better do so or the other fellow might get tho 10 which you have a chance to win UseI tho coupon in this Issue Mn JAMES F CUMMINS secretary of the Lincoln County Fair Association tells us that all of tho special premiums havo not been paid In yet but that what money ho has on hand will pay the stockholders about 12 per share Of course this is exclusive of tho amphi theatre and other buildings HUDDLE Ilubbbleagedaged 86 died near Waynesburg and was buried in the family burying ground Wednesday after services by Rev John Singleton Deceased was tho grandfather of Mrs Garland Singleton of this place and was a line old gentleman Isis wife had been dead a number of years AT R L Chriarnans sale In tho West End Tuesday cows brought from 25 to 48 a team of gray horses sold for 210 hogs only about 3c a yearling steer sold for 2350 corn brought 351 per shock hay 10 up per stack farm- Ing implements and household goods brought satisfactory prices The farm was taken down at 7525 A good crowd was present Miss MAGGIE SACRAY formerly of this place but now a most successful photographer at Danville has had ar ranged one of the best galleries in tho State She got a 10year lease on a big up stairs room on Main Street opposite the Clemens House and has had it Improved according to her wishes She is better than ever prepared to catch your shadow now Give her a chance AT a meeting of temperance people held In the Stanford court house Friday night the following executive committee was selected for tho purposo of cooperating with the AntiSaloon League of Kentucky J A Allen Prohibition party J II Baughman Democratic party Hon P M McRoberts Republican party Rev J Murray Taylor Rev- J L Yandell Rev D M Walker Mr A C Carman Rev Joseph Ballou1 W Barker chairman Garland Singleton secretary TUB ladies of the Presbyterian church at Hustonville will hold their annual bazaar at the Emporium Flats Satur day Dec 12th They will begin at high noon and continue until 12 at night Will endeavor to surpass all other efforts in entertainment A rare social function for the old and young Will servo a fine menu continuing through out the above named hours and will dis play for sale many useful articles of handiwork for Xmas presents Dont forgot the date LADIES SOCIETY HUSTONVILLE and Crab Orchard will hold elections for town councilmen on Nov 3 There is only ono ticket In each place and that for Hustonvillo is composed of Messrs J W Hockcr Josiah Bishop Charles Wheeler R A Lipps and John Dinwiddie Their de vice will bo a pair of scales Tho tick et at Crab Orchard is as follows Dr M M Phillips S J Tatem John De ford A Addams and W E Perkins Their emblem is a bee hive Stanford will not elect councilmen until next yearTim ballot to be used at tho election Nov 3rd will bo as big as all out doors There are seven tickets and they ap pear on tho ballot as follows Republican Democratic Prohibitionist So cialist Social Labor Peoples Party and Indopendcnco Party In addition to these a column will be devoted to the courthouse question making eight columns or two columns wider than a page of this paper It will bo by odds tho largest ballot ever used in Lincoln county since the Australian system was adopted and it will require hundreds of pounds of paper to print It n SAVE the difference in quality and prices on heating stoves George D Hopper SEE the splendid Webber wagon on sale at Coffey Bishops store More land Best farm and road wagon made POSITIVELY no hunting or trespassing allowed on my farm Those doing so will be prosecuted to the full extent of tho law Mrs R L Williams Hus tonville Ky LADIES Your Fall suit will not be- like others if you come to our special display of suits from a maker of high grade goods Saturday Oct 24 Severance Son liON HARVEY HELM returned from Madison county yesterday where ho left things in good shape Ho says the democrats are feeling good over the pros pects of victory In county State and Nation Mr Helm addressed a crowd of 500 or 600 voters at Richmond Wed nesday night- JEsussaid Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of heaven There is however danger of the little lanes joining the church before they what they are doing For in stance a little boy of our acquaintance who joined the church under a protracted meeting excitement said when his mother had unfermented wine to drink with cake for supper Mother Im so glad you had it They dont give you enough at church to know how It tastes Of course he did not realize tho solemnity of the sacrament but who is to say children nay when they want to join tho church 7 The best way is not to urge them to do so until they are fully aware of what they are doing but ho would indeed be a monster who would try to prevent tho little ones coming to Christ if they want to Frankfort Journal The little fellow who made tho amusing remark lives in StanfordSPEAKINGW II Shanks and W S Burch will speak at Klngsville Friday Oct 23 nt 7 11 J S Owsley G B Saufley and W S Burch will speak at Ottenhem aturday 24 at 730 11 Judge Saufley and lion Robert Hard Ing 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 11 J B Paxton and T II Shanks will speak at Way nosburg Saturday Oct 21 at2 p M and at Highland that night at 7 oclock George B Saufley nnd T H Shanks will speak at Goshen Monday Oct 26 at 7 P u Judge Owsley and T J Hill will speak at Sugar Grove Monday Oct 26 at 7 P M M F North and W S Burch will speak at South Fork Monday Oct 26 at 7 P M Judge Owsley and W S Burch will speak at Bco Lick Tuesday Oct 27 at 7 P M and at 0 K Wednesday Oct 23 at 7 p M at Chestnut Ridge Thursday Oct 29 nt 7 P M and at Walnut Flat Friday Oct 30 at 7 P M Judge Ows ley and W H Shanks will speak at Rowland Saturday Oct 31 at 7 riGeorgo B Saufley T II Shanks and W S Burch will speak at Schaffers Saturday Oct 31 at 7 P M Judge Owsley T J Hill and W S Burch will speak at Ottenhelm Monday Nov 2 at 7 p M Judge M C Saufley and Harvey Helm will speak at Stanford Monday Nov 2 at 7 P M MATRIMONIAL Richard M Rico and Wife of Paris celebrated tho 50th anniversary of their marriageW Powers of Casey aged 21 will be married Sunday to Miss Ida Coffman aged 17 of this county and W A Powers 23 and Miss Josie Low rry17 will be made ono tho same day Wo did not hear until yesterday that Mr John W Cummins tho clover rove nue man of the EastEndbut who is now on duty In Anderson county and Miss Beatrice Bastln the pretty and popular daughter of Mr A B Bastin of Crab Orchard had been made husband and wifo They went to Jeffersonville Ind some 10 days ago and had the knot tied This paper joins their many friends in wishing them a long arid hap py married life Mr Marvin Adams of Danville and Miss Ella Mao Newland of this place were married in Cincinnati Wednesday Tho two had been sweethearts for long time and their marriage was not a surprise to their moro Intimate friends The groom Is a prominent young busi ness man of his town while his bride is the pretty and popular daughter of Mrs Annie Newland of this place They will make their homo in Danville where Mr Adams has a flourishing business Roger Rucker of Lexington brother of W B Rucker the telegraphopera tor who was mysteriously murdered four years ago while at work at his of fice in tho Q C railroad station at Danville states that he and other mem bers of his family had learned of a new clew which they hoped would yet reveal and bring to justice the murderer of their brother Ho stated that ho would not at present make piibllcwthe infor mation on which it was hoped to clear up the mystery The wife of Senator James B Mc Creary Is cirtically ill at Richmond o Here and There M J Farris of Boyle sold to D C Tucker 130 200pound hogs at 3J to 4c Albert Hem a wldelyknown and popular business man of Lexington is deadA E Hundley bought of Dr S 0 Eads his 400acre farm on the Hatreds burg pike in Boyle at 125 Reports that the racetrack interests had contributed 500000 to be used for the election of Gov Chandler wero vig orously denied by chairmen Mack and Connojrs Charley and Millard Hale six and nine years of age respectively were horribly wounded by the explosion of a railroad torpedo at the home of their parents at Brumfield Bishop Alexander Watters colored of New York City addressed voters of his race at Bardstown the place of his nativity He advocated that the Ne groes divide their votes this fall A total of 1297263420 in new money was printed and circulated by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing during the last fiscal year according to the nnnunli report of Director Ralph Rush Strong a capitalist of Knoxville Tenn has purchased about one third of Cumberland Gap Tenn expending probably 100000 Mr Strong will begin the erection of a mammoth hotel in the Gap next Spring The State Racing Commission met again at Lexington Wednesday and sent out a warning to owners trainers and jockeys racing at Latonla that their licenses may be revoked if they con tinue racing at Latonia track Col R Z Taylor the Trenton law yer who was taken from a hotel at Reelfoot Lake at tho same time Capt Qulnten Rankin was hanged has ar rived at Tlptonville Tenn having es caped from the night riders after Capt Rankin was hanged Tho masked men got into a dispute among themselves as to what to do with Taylor some fa voring killing him while others want ed to hold him so as to force a con cession to the demands for free fishing Married Man Trouble A married man who permits any member of the family to take 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 tales no opiates and is In a yellow package New Stanford Drug Co NOTICE I will dress hides for robes with liner on nnd will tan bides for leather on shares Will nlio pay market price lor hides Ohnr leg Knsslln Ottenhelm y Write IL K Wnynesburg No It4i iiJ00Inn-o Cen0 en inEtI IIIIoI z a a- g J C Ii rr2 F IZr a 1Ia- Z c c SenPUBLIC SALE OF 55 Magnificent Building Lots- In Growing Danville on Saturday Oct 24 1908 At 1230 oclock sharp West Danville Is the name of the new sub dlvidan which Is located Immediately West of the Cincinnati Southern depot where there ls a tremendous demand for houses At the present time there Is a cry demand for 70 dwellings In this very neighborhood A request was innde of us this week to secure so dwellings by tbo tint of November for another delegation of rail road and business people who desire to 10 cato here- Flueshade trees are already on these lots West Danville frontsopeoflhe most mag nttlcent estates In the lllue Qrnss and has all the good advantages of Danvlllo yet It Is lo cared Just beyond the city limits where there Is no municipal taxes One of the best lots In tho addition will be given away ob Holutely froot the only requirement necessary to secures free chane Is to be present on the day of the sale and register nnd be when tho drawing cornea orri1mmediately following tho sale As tration of the growth of Dnnvllle there was nn Increase In registration of ITS voters this October over last October which meuns nn Increase or prnctlcnlly Juw oplelnnsingle yearDnnriiIOIs the homoof Central University Ciildwell Female College tbo Kentucky InstliUtlon for the Deal ono the lest Public Hchools In the State the best water plant tho bust gas plant and tho best else irk light plant and lino churches of every denomination All educational advantages and every modern convenience here The ill visions of two railroads are located here Tht sale will begin promptly at liSW o clockSaturday Oct 24th 1908 These lots will be sold on easy payments DUNN A A UAMfl Ky English ft Dunn Auctioneers Will You Look E hl at our special display of fine furs whicn we will place on sale in our store on at i 1 Tuesday Oct 27fh Some of these we will only have for 10 days They are high grade goods from Miller of Detroit These are the pick of the market If you need a fur it will pay you to get our prices 5 + + + + ++ ++ + + MMHHMMMU SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY Bargains In Shoes We have just received our Fall lino of Shoes in Tan patents kid velours etc It is n beautiful line of the latest styles nod best material and workmanship On account of late delivery we refused to receive the goods unless the houso would make big cut they did this and wo can now sell you any of our shoes 50c cheaper on the pair than you can buy elsewhere t Come see and be convi- ncedTRIfflELE HUGHES Goods Notions Shoes JDry Block Opposite Court House ORD KENTUCKY JSTAN When You Are Ready to Select Your Suit Try A Heldman With A Pile Of Style We are showing by odds the largest line ev er exhibited here and we can prove to your satisfaction that our prices are lower than those asked by others for goods of equal mer it Nobby shades of brown and olive with stripes Every thing that is correct will be found in our assortment Prices 750 to 2OW aFa Perkins Crab Orchard T The interior Journal I BntendinAe PortOffice aJ Stanton s Meendeiaas matter rUBUSHBD SOBSDAKa AND 1tIDAT1 Aor 100 PER YEAR CASK when not so paid SSOO will be charged L N TIME TABLE No Houth 1111 p x No H south ijsn PM- No24North483A x No r2 Nortb X18 p x JOS S RICE Agent B D CARTER New Livery Dopot Street Phone 96 STANFORDKENTUCKY IOREWARD I For the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon my farm day or night or doing Injury tock In traveling the pub lie highways or Injury to stock from tho lands of people This reward refers to and future 1 nlso sec incIllreward of sro for particulars I also offer two special of W and IWcach yJOCarpenterf 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 leA Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Farm Property including Tobacco Barns talk with 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 tea nero situated In the West Bnd of Lincoln county one mile North of MoKlnney Form l1e8 on splendid es well as on the Q O Itnllroftd pike from uatonlIIe and 8 mllesfrom- Htenfordthe county seat Farm Is well improved and has necessary buildings fenced and an abundance of water Convenient to schools and churches and especially convenient for trader ODd shippers One of the best stock farms in Lincoln county All of the land Is product ive oDd n machine bo run over every foot of It About lOOacreslncultlvntlonnnd the crop shows for lt olf W acres lire for wheat this Fall For further particulars nddre s or cull on- HII OWE MoKlnney Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaEuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and DoalorZlniHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY Offlcel Phono lei Home Photo U Resolutions Passed by the Demo cratic Senatorial Committee of the 18th District Be it resolved by tho democratic county chairmen of Lincoln Boyle Ca Beg and Garrard counties composin tho 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky that a call bo Issued by tho Democratic Senatorial Committee of the 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky for a mass convention to be held at tho respective county seats of several cour ties In said district on the 17th day 01 November 1908 at tho hour of 2 P on said date for the purpose of select ing delegates from said counties to at tend a district convention to be held at Liberty Casey county Ky on the19th day of November 1903 at which Senatorial 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 fron the said several counties In said 18U district shall beas follows One dele gate for each 200 votes cast for the democratic nominee for president In the election of 1904 or fractional part ol said 200 votes and Be it further resolved That in pursuance of said basis ol 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 affiliate with the democratic party shall be eligible and are hereby Invited to participate in said mass convention to be held in said counties Be it further resolved That the delegates selected from the several counties to attend the Senatorial District Convention and who shall bold credentials as such signed by the Chairman and Secretary of the County Convention shall be prima facie tn titled as delegates to organize and participate in the District Convention- J F HOLDAM Chmn CIIAS F MONTGOMERY Secy FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE300 shocks of corn J L Jarvis Saufley Rabbits are selling at 25c and 50c per lozen and the merchants are having a hard time to unload says the Cincinnati sheep marked in red on hipleft J W Baughmans pasture a few days since Information leading to heir recovery rewarded T C Rankin Lancaster A black and white boar weighing bout 175 pounds came to my place a nonth ago Owner can get it by paying for this notice and Its keep Uriah Albright Crab Orchard The Southern States Association of Commissioners of Agriculture and other gricultural workers began a three days session in Nashville with delegates present from every Southern State The State Racing Commission inses sion at Lexington Tuesday revoked the license of the Latonia Jockey Club The cause for their action was on account of the Latonia management vie ding the commissions rules in relation to betting the Latonia management having instituted bookmakers at heir track on Monday- A large crowd attended the sale of S M Owens WednOay3tYcarling cattle brought 3c cows 40 la 4Va line jack went to Joo E Wright for S690 W M Duncan bought a handsome mare for 225 Adam Pence bid In a good geldipg for 150 and mules in pairs sold at 404 and 420 Mr Owens stallions Powhatan and Warficld were taken down the bids received not being satisfactory A Jewelers Experience C a Kluger The Jeweler 1000 Vir Jlnia Ave Indianapolis Ind writes III was so weak from kidney trouble that I could hardly walk a hundred feet Four bottles of Foleys Kidney lemedy cleared my complexion cured ly hack ache and the irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business every day and recommend oleys Kidney Remedy to all sufler ers as it cured me after the doctors and other remedies had failed New itanford Drug Co The fire losses in the United States Septemberof this extra loss was due to the destruction of villages and farmhouses as- a result of the extensive forest fires specially In the Northwestern States Where Bullets Flew David Parker of Fayette N Y a eteran of the civil war who lost d foot at Gettysburg says The good llectrlc Bitters have done Is worth more than five hundred dollars to me 1 spent much money doctoring for bad case of stomach trouble to little urpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me I now take them as a tonic and they keep mo strong Drugtore Notice of Election 1 Lincoln County Klicnl Court held lore lion J H OIIl- Jr1relldIDg1Ih tho following Justice of fence H Ad MCIthat the following action Ira taken by this courts The grnnd iury of Lincoln county at Its February term IsuiJ of the Lincoln circuit courtJ having recommended n now court lOr Lincoln county and It ap pearlng to the satisfaction of this court that the court homo now In use Is unsafe and Inadequate for the public convenience and the of tho public records It Is ordered and adjudged sent of Thir ty live t II thousand aug grstrd ns the sum necessary to bulllill new court house and It Is further ordered An election bo held and n poll opened nt the several precincts in Lincoln county on Tuesday November SIMM the day of the next enernlelectlonnt which the oPIro- printlollllboe suggested shall be submlttMl to the legal voters or Lhicolu county for their approval or rejection ThoHherlff of Lincoln county Is directed to advertise said election at least thirty tail days hex before the day thereof In IWTEHIOH JOURNAL newspaper being the only news paper published In Lincoln county and the otncers of saId election are directed to hold the election between the same hours that they lire required to hold elections for county officer which election shall be held and conducted In all respects an required by the general election laws In force lu this HIAte at the time the snmo In held The clerk of the Lincoln county court shall cnuo to be rintelon the olllclnl bill lots to boueII n said election till word and Are you In favor of nn roprlatiouofThirtynyuThousanddollanfor county and have two iw ccs upon tho right of same ono for voters favoring the appropriation for designated by the word yes Dnd ono up theproprlntlon to be designatedby word Nonnd said clerk shall prepare said hal lots In nil other respects a required by see tlon 14M of the Kentucky Statutes In the event that the requisite number of legal voters ol Lincoln county vote In favor of said appropriation It Is ordered that this rourt cause the bonds of Lincoln the amount of thirty live thousand dollars- to bo prepared executed and issued on printed forms under the seal of the county to be signed by tbe presiding Judge of tho Lincoln county court and counter signed by the clerk of snld court payable to bear cr nt Lincoln County National sank of Stanford Ky which bond shall not bear a renter rote of Interest than four HI per rent llyable aeml annunllr nt Lincoln bounty National Hank of Htanfonl Ky tad Interest coupons shall lie attached to mid bonds signed by tho clerk of the Lin coin county court said bonds shall be Issued In three Si series wit Series A Hlrlo embracingtenonsttt of so roads for the sum of live hundred tVD dollars each nnd numbered ono oSO Merles 1P embracing ton thousand lollnrs of said bonds shall consist of m wads for the sun of five hundred dollars moo and numbered front 51 to W and He les O embracing fifteen thousand dollars of said bonds shall consist of K bonds of live hundred dollars each Dud number ed from 41 to TO The lends embraced In erie A shall be redeemable at tho pleas yeanfromduo and blo lo all Id datennd- hebondembrnccsllnCries e1I shall lie edeumnble ut the pleasure of the court on and after 16 years from the date of their from thessuonnddueandlmynhleISyears In series O shall be redeemable nt tile pitmure of the court on and after 15 years from ibe date yrArsfromfear n greater rate of Interest than four H per cent iximlannuiilly at Lincoln ounty National Jlank of HtanfonlKy and ante the clerkattached to saidsigned by- s Lincoln ounty court Attest O II COOPKH Clerk Halo ti upputa ter Punlin Faulkner Kennedy who was convicted Of manslaughter In the circuit court of LID coIn county a the Nombur term of said court 1W7 wlllask the Clovernorforpardon and nil who notify thnOovernor and state In writing any objection FAULKNEH KKNNKDY Jesse W Sweeney riorurroB Livery Fwd and Salt stable Lancaster Ky FARM FOR SALE I S grasslandthe Htanfoni pike Improvements and fencing good of water and fruit Also 12 acres of timbered land on untie Lust of loKlnllerhalf under tone plenty of wnter land Heo grow Ins crop J AOIVKNHAit MuKlnm y Ky POSTED whose names appear below strictly forllili huntllllnblnAi ur any kind of tn pasting on our places nnd will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law lIlra3Iaryl1JplllMHlmrsculims Tinslny Hpoonatiior lion P Martin M F Lawrence Itoutwn Uurtls J Mllocker J M rettus T A lllce Morgan Ghappoll Amandt Bchaeffer Irvcn Korrlll J Ij Iloltsclaw HastyItMrsJK rutllaui Peter Jlnlmerjtrs Kntherlne Ador Mr 4 Ollannon James N Cash J Nevln Carter 03flIock Joseph llallou M Mrs Jas Italnes J 11Oantenlsch UrJnOftrlntl1r- lIlr Hebeccn Carpenter W r Martin A M J II Thompson Thomas Perrlll Jas It Hbldmoio David llurton J H Munch MO Itlohanlion Joseph Krnit Miss Mattlo Ilewes Droi Kred VonClruengan H K Unlnet Albert Vondruonjnn A T Traylor Illburn Ooooh N It riummvr Fred Itaumann lllohard Hester Owsley Dunn Henry Hester Will Hester HO Nunnelley O Floyd J W Peck JIJarlt J W llaughmai HJlraUWL n ITnderooodAHon Mrs Mary OUIvens John John lIf oarltrllIlrtll1 Alooru linn TraYlor D Klmorv Mrs N flUoodo U K Tate David Htevens John Jufer It 0 Durham WtItoutGotllbUllek llandorf Adeline Craig Obrlstlan Jamb J J Thompson D M Anderson J K Mo ftr Mr and MrJas It Knds A Kllmsn Mrs N J Morton JJ Klllott irsOre Logan Mrs Mary llufmann Wm Fields W U Daughterly Frank Conllw Her Kntlicr lo Dr 001rryII W II lUUKhmii AlnlHtrlnh nltcoot Mrs Mnrgaret UoollI Jacob tJluuIIr 0o0Ohtiens v1LTreylor Ham Itobvrti Young Mens Clothes Ederheimer Stein Co Makers your pet ideas of how your ALL overcoat should look find expression in the new styles were showing Most Young Mens clothes are lacking in either smartness per fect fit or right tailoring These are correct in all three respects Some of you havent worn one of these long toldierlibe buttontotheneckcoats YouveVdmlred them on others Youll want others to admire them on you Were showing several styles In rich brown olives and other medium and dark shades The EderheimerStein name is guarantee of quality For Sale by H J McROBE TS J FALL OPENING of the newest and besttClothes Shoes Hats tips Furnishings in for money Our stock of and Winter goods is more complete than ever before Come in andsee our goods be lfImIImS fore yOU elsew- hereROBINSONSAM STANFORD KY i- i01rE P 1 J Whether I + M fine a pair embroidery- scissors or Latest pair of shears the sharp points theYblades Smooth Velvet Action For Sale by LW H HIGGINS town your Fall bUy r Pirsf 7ational 9ianAI Slan1ord Jby Cryantxftt 1382 Capital Stock SSOOOO Surplu and 7WWaW iProfilt S9OOO j ifs paid in 3lvtdontls since Organization 121 500 yivite 7eu jfccounts on Our 91lIrllr o4 I OFFICERS DIRECTORS I S Rocker IresideutNF Reid J II aushman VlcePreMdcDIM D IUmore J M IettasS T Harris 11 BaugUman J F Cummins John iMcUoberts Cashierg T Itarita James Robinson II C DauRhman Met Casbr T P Hill J S Hocker WWSaundera Bookkeeper C H Tate the Cincoln bounty national Dank Of Stanford ntuckVICapital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 t S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsloy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanfordh I John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cush Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W II Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachereville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadway we are obliged to seek a now location To avoid the great expense and risk of taking down loading hauling and resetting in the new show room we propose erecting we offer the largest as sortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments 128 Headstones 85 Markers at moat attractive prices Persons who may wish to purchase later in the year could order now and have their work reaervedjbr future delivery fir Wm Adams Si Son 142 North Broadway Lexington KyI