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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f IrtClarence Coleman on the Political Situation In Louisville LOUISVILLE Oct 23ThodemocracvI of Loulavllla and Jefferson county greetings to the faithful out in tho Stato with assurances of a decided victory in tho city as well as Stato on next Tuesday week Tho writer for one his age has witnessed many big political demonstrations but they all dwindle into insignificance when compared to tho reception given to lion William Jennings Bryan by a united democracy in this city My pen Is too feeble my vocabulary entirely too lim ited to describe or portray it on paper Tho parade which was 10 miles long was tho greatest thing ever pulled off In the South men on horseback in car riages automobiles together with 40 Bryan and Kern and Sherley Clubs marching on root tho burning of two carloads of fire works 30 brass bands and hundreds of floats banners and oth er signs and placards was an imposing kpcctaclo and baffles description Tho enthusiasm was unbounded and be speaks tho victory which is practically wonFor tho first timo since 1892 the de mocracy of LouUvlllo is thoroughly unit ed enthusiastic and full of fight All dissension and strife has been buried and forgotten and the reunited democ racy of the Fifth district is fighting man to man shoulder to shoulder for Bryan Kern and tho straight democratic ticket In 1896 Bryan did not have tho support of a single Louisville newspaper Today the Courier Journal Times An zelgcr German and several smaller sheets are doing yeoman service for the cause of democracy In 96 12000 erst while democrats of this city led by Gen Basil W Duke paraded tho city in an anti Bryan demonstration To day this same commander of Morgans corporalIdeman Bennett II Young Boyd Win cheater John B Castleman and hun dreds of other big lights who went el- tray In that year are burning the most powder and firing tho biggest guns in the battle now riming Those who were for Bryan In his former conpaigns arc for him now and will stick to him thro thick and thin Bryan delivered two speeches at Phoenix Hill one In tho auditorium to something like 10000 another from the pavilion platform in tho park to an au dience that could scarcely bo estimated Fully 60000 people were unablo to gain admittance to either tho park or audi torlum and Baxter Avenue wasluoeth- Ing mass of humanity from its Intersec tion with Broadway on tho East to tho railroad on the West a distanco of one 01lIe Other speakers who addressed the crowds were exCongressman Jos Hamilton Lewis of Chicago Congress man Swager Sherley Congressman Ben Johnson of the Fourth district Rev Sam Small of Georgia and others On the same night that Taft spoke to 6000 people In tho Coliseum the demo crata held a big rally in the Masonic Theatre and tho crowd taxed the morn moth building to its utmost capacity many being unable to gain standing room Speeches were made by Champ Clark of Missouri next speaker of the louse Joseph T ONeal who loft the party in 1905 to run for mayor Herman D Newcomb and Congressman Sherley Tho reception tendered the former Ken Ituckian Mr Clark in spite of tho big republican guns In town was pleasing to him A week previous tho opening gun of tho democratic battle was fired at the Masonic when tho veteran journalist lion Henry Watterson exSen ator William Lindsay and Congressman Sherley spoke This was Mr Watter sons first and only speech of tho cam t paign and it was a corker Senator Lindsay received a great ovation and despite his 80 odd years was in tho pink of condition and delivered one of the most telling and effective speeches for democracy that has besn heard In Ken tucky for years Tho venerable states man strayed away in 189G sulked in 1900 but is now back in harness and appealing to the gold democrats to ral ly to Bryans support In the fight for the peoples rights as against tho trusts and plutocratic government Congressman Russell of Missouri has delivered two speeches one in the city and one In the county in support ofI the democratic ticket Bourke Cochran Is yet to come and suffice it to say no hall in this city will accommodate the outpouring of peoplo who will greet him Louisville not only has a united de mocracy but that party has been ma tonally strengthened by recruits from the G 0 P Many republicans have announced their intention of supporting tho democratic ticket this year While Taft was speaking In tho Coliseum on Fourth Avenue several hundred Ne groes were holding an antiTaf meet- Ing on Walnut street They have two Negro Bryan Clubs hero and are toe l j have Bishop Walters of New York a prominent Negro to address them Fully 75 per cent of tho labor vote a this city which includes most all of th railroad employes will support Bryan The ministers generally are for himan- altogothor it looks mighty good for democracy in the Fifth district Tho democratic clubs of Louisville and Jefferson county number about 40 and others are being organized an meetings held In each ward of the city The registration figures aro satisfactory to the democrats giving them about C200 majority out of a total o 51C98 There are some 9000 Independ ent and they will go to eight parties Louisville with a united party is strongly democratic and has returned substantial majorities for the party since 1901 until lost year when it went mad for Gov Willson by several thous and If the local democracy continues to gather recruits and no dissension ap pears I predict a majority in this city of from 3000 to 6000 for Bryan Kern and Sherley So moto It boo- CLAREHCG COLEMAN IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The Spottswood saw mill at Pulaskl station In Pulaski county burned Frank Bryant who had been an inva lid for 30 years died of heart trouble at Mt Vernon William Neff a native of Kentucky was killed by falling elate near Pen nington Gap Va Levi Ellis of Butchertown Casey county has announced for the republi can nomination for county judge M M Ramsey yardmaster for the L S N railroad was perhaps fatally Injured at Big Stone Gap Va Ills head and body were mashed W R Rowsey of Boyle who was paroled by the prison commissioners hoe been arrested and taken back to tho penitentiary Ilowscy it is claim ed violated the terms of his parole Jess flowling of Tyrone was drown ed at High Bridge A party of pleas ure seekers attempted to land there and m some way Nowling lost his balance and full Into tho water He was drowned within 10 feet of tho shore t John Canter better known as John the Baptist was arrested by United States Marshal Masingalo of Somer set on the charge oftelling liquor with out government Ilccnso Advocate Canter used to live at Rowland and was a fairly good citizen then Mrs McCreary wife of Senator Jas B McCreary died at the family resi dence at Richmond Friday night Mrs McCreary had been in declning health for more than two years tier condi tion about two weeks ago changed for the worse and tho end came when not unexpected Mrs McCreary was one of the most refined intelligent and at tractive women in Madison county She was with her husband at Frank fort during his six years in the Legislature and presided over tho executive mansion when ho was Governor She also accompanied her husband to Wash ington and was with him during his long service in Congress ho was a woman of lovable character and had aI host of friends at her home at Rich mond and also at Frankfort andWash ington Mrs McCreary was a member of the Presbyterian church and was married to Senator McCreary in lb67 She was the daughter of Thog Hughes deceased who was one of the largest landowners in Fayette county Mrs McCreary leaves but ono child Robert Hughes McCreary who lives in Chi cage Tho burial occurred in tho Rich mond cemetery at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon Tho wholesome harmless green leaves and tender stems of a lung heal ing mountainous shrub give to Dr Snoops Cough Remedy Its curative properties Tickling or dry bronchial coughs quickly and safely yield to thU 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 tho distressing coughs and heals tho sensltivo mem branes Accept no other Demand Dr Shoop Sold by Pennys Drug Store A special from Chattanooga says II E Roseberry formerly pastor of the M E Church South at Sardis Ky was arrested and lodged in jail Two weeks ago Roseberry went there with a 16 year old girl They have since lived together as man and wife H P MasC tin brother of the girl arrived thero Monday and caused his arrest Saved His Boys Life liMy three year old boy was badly constipated had a high fever and was in an awful condition I gavohimtwo dozes of Foleys Orino Laxative and tho next morning tho fever was gone and he was entirely well Foleys Orlno Laxative saved his life A Wolkusb Caslmer Wls New Stanford Drug Co NEWS NOTES CitoCracksmen raided thq State at 8400dAll grades of sugar been advanced lO cents a hundred pounds In Bath county three sportsmen wero fined 30 each for killing rabbits before outd of the found ing of Princeton Univirsary was observed with appropriate exercises ouncesffor delivery at and 50000 ounces for delivery at Den vcr Dr Irving J Cooko a New York physician accused of criminal practice committed suicide at the WaldorfAs toria Hotel Lawssof that State which forbid almost all Sunday businesss transactions Benson F Bidwell and his son Chas Bidwill convicted of swindling by ex ploiting an alleged cold motor were sentenced to serve from ono to 10 years in tho penitentiary by Judge Chotlain atChicagoW Horn president of tho union miners of the Terre Haute dis tract has obtained an injunction pre venting President Lewis of tho United Mine Workers from removing him from office An epidemic of typhoid lever which has been prevalent in Montreal for several weeks is assuming serious propor tions All the city hospitals are tilled to their capacity and are refusing addi tional patients John Ray manager of the Climax Club at Lexington was held up in the roomsof the club by a lone robber with a pistol and the whole bank roll of the club comprising about 1100 was taken from a drawer Circuit Judge Shaw created a sensation when he reinstructed the Kenton county grand jury demanding that they investigate gambling at the Latonia race truck and to indict every one who is violating the law Tho United States Circuit Court nt St Louis refused to grant an injunc tion tho Interstate Commerce Commission to prevent its putting into effect an order lowering the tariff on cattle shipments from tho Southwest Broughton Brandenburg the maga zine writer who is alleged to have sold the bogus Cleveland letter to the New York Times was arrested in Dayton 0 as ho was getting on board a train Brandenburg was locked up in tho police station- F S Bcauve a rejected suitor of Mrs F S Van Ingen shot and killed her husdand as tho couple were travel- Ing toward Now Orleans on their bridal tour The murder occurred on a Texas and Pacific train and the slayer was captured by tho passengers The mansion of Charles T Yerkes In New York will probably bo sold at auc tion his widow having taken no steps to defend tho foreclosure proceedings brought to enforce a mortgage for 225 000 By his will the traction magnate left the house and its many art trans ures for a public museum after the death of his wife The Fayette county grand jury made a report on tho Willis E Smith disap pearance case The report states that after the examination of members of Stato University faculty and many students of the Institution that no clew as to the fate of the missing student was found Consequently no Indict monte were returned against any of the alleged haters It Stomach troubles would moro quick ly disappear if the idea of treating the cause rather than tho 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 one to the kidneys When these In side nerves tall then tho organs must falter Dr Shoops Restorative Is directed specifically to these failing nerves Within 48 hours after starL- Ing tho Restorative treatment patients say they realize a gain Sold by Pennys Drug Store To quickly check a cold druggist are dispensing everywhere a clever Candy Cold Cure Tablet called Pro verities Prevention are also fine for feverish children Take Preventlcs at tho sneeze stage to head off all colds Boxof48 25o Pennys Drug Store Clay Cornelius 11 painter of Harrods burg was found dead under a trestle on the Southern railway near Salvlsa Cornelius went to Lawrcnceburg from Harrrodsburg and while there got drunk It is supposed that he fell from the train on his return home Foloys Honey and Tar cures cou ghs quickly strengthens tho lungs andI expels colds Get the genuine in a yel low package New Stanford Drug Co Mr J S Murphy on His Trip Thro Texas IIENRIETTA Tex Oct 23While my Western journey my mind natural wanders back to my kinfolks and friends and the editor being one of latter I thought I would drop a felines to the I J We are now at Henrietta Clay coun ty Tho town has 2600 or 3000 inhab- Itants and was named for the wife of Henry Clay while the county was nam ed for the great statesman himself We are domiciled with Mr G M Nunnelley and wife from whom we received a cordial welcome Their daughter who is my cousin married Mr A V Win ters a prosperous business man who is engaged in the mercantile business here Wherever I go I run across the INTERIOR JOURNAL Even Uncle Green 1200 miles away from Stanford gets tho I J My wife John Jr and my self are enjoying good health and have stood the trip well We will leave here Tuesday for Oklahoma to see Dwight Root one of my nephews and family From there we will go back to Dallas Texas where another cousin Murphy Popplewell and family reside The people of Texas are enjoying a good season in which to gather their cotton of which they have an abundance Cot ton is bringing from 8c to 86 cents per pound which is rather low but the yield is so great it will make up for the low price This is certainly a fine country and its inhabitants are prosperous There are not enough republicans hero to let a person know there is a republican party and therefore there are no polit ical speeches like I see you are having in Kentucky but I tell them all that our State is going all right next month- I have not yet seen anything in the way of a Tarm that I considered a bargain Land runs in prices from 50 to 76 per acre One man near Celina where Joe Murphy and his wife live sold his farm of 375 acres at 75 per aero and left on the same train I did to go further West and invest in cheaper land For about four years there has been too much rain here and it has ef fected tho corn crop to such an extent thot somo aro complaining a great deal but notwithstanding that you can see Indications of wealth on every hand The people like nice houses but dont seem to care for nice looking farms for they let tho weeds grow at will From ono who stands for morality and righteousness J S MURPHY Served as coffee the new coffee sub s tltuto known to grocers everywhere as Dr Shoops Health Coffee trick even a ooliteexpert Not a grainI of real coffee In it either Pure healthful toasted grains malt DilleIetc have been so cleverly to give a wonderfully satisfying cofI fro taste and flavor And it is made In a minute tool No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Test it and see Dr Shoop created health Coffee that the people might have a genuine cof fee substitute and ono that would be thoroughly satisfying In every possible respect Sold by Pennys Drug Store Eleven suspects have been arrested by soldiers on duty in the neighborhood of Reelfoot Lake among them Ed Powell who said he was forced to go with the night riders when Capt Ran kin and Col Taylor were taken from thn Ward Hotel Additional troops have been ordered to the scene by Gov Patterson A housetohouse investi gation is being made to learn who cut the military telephone wire One ofI the men under arrest is said to have expressed a willingness to confess and turn States evidence An Owensboro dispatch says A unique suit was filed in court here H B Phillips has attached the entrance fee of L P Tanner candidate for tho democratic nomination for Senator in the Eighth district Phillips alleges Tanner owes him 39 on a note made several years ago Tho treasurer of the Democratic County Committee with whom Tanner deposited his en trance fee of 250 is made a to the suitIA Healthy Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health sinco wo beganatsIngJDr Kings New Lifo Pills three years ago1 says L A art let of Rural flouts Gull ford Maine They cleanse and tone tho system in a gentle way that does you good 25o at Penny Drug Store President Roosevelt has appointed Col Fred A Smith of tho Eighth Infantry a brigadier general to fill the vacancy caused by tho retirement of Brig Gen Philip Reede Col Smith is now stationed at Fort McDowell California Thero aro nearly 6000000 subscrib ers telephones in operation in the Uni ted States one for every 18 persons in tho country 0 Tbanksgingw Day will be here with its usual RAIN arid SNOW and you will need that new SUIT that you have been intending to buy Our Hart Schaffner Marx all wool line is rich in excellence of quality in perfection of tailoring and in neatness of fit Remember THEY ARE ALL WOOL WILL HOLD THEIR SHAPE and WILL NOT FADE When you have worn one suit of it nothing else will satisfy you v Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY Tooth 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 The Wayesburg Deposit Bank INCORPORATED Waynesburgf Lincoln County Ky Organized Aug 15th 1007 Capital Stock 1500000 Surplus Fund 200 00 Resources over 81200000 Why a bank account with us is profitable 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 tho debt It pays It gives you a better standing In the community especially among business men to pay by check rather than In cash To bo known as having money in the bank strengthens ones credit Our aim is to make this the Peoples Bank systematic saving pays A deposit account encourages saving This bank re ceives deposits from 8iup Dealing with all customers are always confidential and this bank Is always ready to assist and advise Wo are interested in tho development this country andlmake a specialty of taking care of farmers accounts Call in to see us when in town Wo are always glad to do business with you OFFICERS L G Gooch President M K Whoeldon 1st Vice President Tames A Hays 2nd Vice President Stanley McIntosh Cashier J B Paxton Attorney DIRECTORS Dr J W Acton R Curtis Dr A K Caldwell C C Gooch IL H Singleton J W WheoldonJG W Leach iiI f The Interior Journal Eo Co WALTON qIWL M CARTY- al It Ii candidate for Hliorlfl of Lincoln cowl Ji notion 01 the democraticperybjecttothe it M S BAUGHMAN countstpar y t JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count inblect to the action ot the Democratic party M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of abject to the action of the Democratic JAMES Co HAYSj li Ii adandldataforjafler of Lincoln count flfnbJeo to the action of the Democratic DINK FARMER II a candidate for the Democratic nomina f tion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the ncUouof the democratic party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count r ty subject to the action of the Democratic party r J W FOLEY Ii candidate for Assassor of Lincoln coun I poly tyiubjcct to the action of the democratic J A DUDDERAR a candidate for assessor of Lincoln Coon tIIinbjcct to the action of the democratic partyDEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryan- of Nebraska For Vice President John Worth Kern of Indiana For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county For County Judge r John Sam OwslcyJ- rForJller ROBERT H COFFEY For Maglitroto JAMES MKECHNIE HON HENRY WATTERSON the talent ed editor of the Courier Journal who is supporting the democratic ticket this year for ararity Bays we are not for Bryan but fur TAft and should be and will be in the republican party Mr Wattersons saying so does not make the statement true any more than his pet phrase A democrat can not be a prohibitionist settles the question Pardon us for referring to our own po litical record but it has been challenged by the erudite editor We have been L voting for a quarter of a century and have never scratched a democratic tick et nor failed to support with our limit ed means and feeble efforts a democrat ic nominee In fact we were working and voting for democracy in 1895 1896 1900 and 19041 when Mr Watterson was supporting the republican tickets or trying to fool the people by advocating the election of such decoy ducks as theI Palmer and Bucknerjticket was His sup port of the democratic ticket last year was worse than opposition It was only last Spring thatMrWatterson foughta democratic nominee and he thinks the people have forgotten his recent breakI but they have not Democrats and the INTERIOR JOURNAL among them were doing all in their power to elect Gov Beckham the nominee for U S Sena tor while the mugwump Courier Jour nal and its democratcantbeaprohi bitionist editor were using J the most unfair unjuat and undignified methods imaginable to defeat him and did with the aid of the beer and whisky trusts and some hellhounds in the guise of democrats put him out of business We were working for the great democratic party and the matchless Bryan when Mr Watterson made his attack on that Christian gentlemans charac ter something not even the republican papers jiave ever stooped to do And with such a record as this Marse Henri would weed out the democratic party and drive out of its ranks one who has fought the good fight and kept the house in order while he has bolted and bolted again Do our readers think af ter this comparison of records that Mr Watterson or this humble scribe will land under the log cabin 7 We pause for a reply The gifted editors defini L tion of prohibition is made according to his own liking and not in accordance with Webster To oppose the sale of whisky in State and Nation no more means hypocrisy bigotry corruption 1 etc than the fact that he is support ing Mr Bryan this time means that he is a democrat Mr Watterson knew like the rest of us that Kentucky would go for Bryan and wanted to be in the music wagon so he just Jumped in How ever a half loaf is better than no bread and we are glad to have him again with us if its only for a short while ks it is a pity indeed that the brilliant Watterson does notjuae argument in stead of billingsgate in his discussions with his country cousins all of whom love him but detest his spotted politi cal record and sorrow because of his af filiation with the corrupt heads of the booze trusts Diverting just a little Mr Watterson changes his views on the whisky question with almost the suddenness that he does his politics was only last December that the following appeared in the columns of tho CourierJournal and whether ho wrote or not he has never repudiated it But an between no saloons and the town dominated by the saloon interests and influence tho Courier would not hesitate a moment in joining the Antl Saloon League in its work of annihilation No city was ever more under the influence of tho saloon men than Louisville and had Mr Watterson had an opportunity when he published the above he might have commIttedt the unpardonable sin of the whisky interestsIGov PATTERSON of Tennessee wearied with the night rider out rages that have brought disgrace to the fair name of his State has suggested that the governors of Kentucky Alabama Mississippi Arkansas and Mis souri meet him in a conference to devise means of putting am end to out lawry Gov Willson of this State was sent an invitation to join to the conference and in accepting he suggested that the governors of Illinois Indiana and Ohio be also asked to join the conference and his suggestion will be acted upon It is expected that the conferencojwill be held immediately af ter the election Tile office of county judge is one of the most important in thn Common wealth The statutes do not require that he shall be learned in the law but he should be as he is called on to de cide many points Ho should also be a man of fino judgment and executive ability broad and liberal minded pub lic spirited and progressive Judge J S Owsley Jr fills the bill to a 1 Vote for him and you will have reason to be proud of your days work AT a meeting in Carnegie Hall New York the other night Mayor McClellan presided and John Bigelow 91 years old intimate friend of Tilden David R Francis of Missouri Judson Harmon Nathan Straus Richard Olney and Hil ary Herbert spoke for Democracy This looks like Democrats are pulling together for a fact MANY are called but few are chosen An official list issued by the Republican National Committee shows that there are 1114 candidates for Congress in the entire country including Porto Rico and Hawaii The number of members of the House is 391 so that 733 dlsap pointed candidates are assured His legion of friends in Lincoln coun ty sorrow with Senator James B Mc Creary in the loss of his excellent wife who was a helpmeet in all the word means A CHICAGO woman is seeking divorce because she was compelled to move 39 times in 17 years She should have it MATRIMONIAL T B Surber and Miss Trecie Bunch each aged 20 were made one at Letch er Bunchs Saturday- M Hocker and wife celebrated tho 60th anniversary of their marriage at Lexington Saturday News comes that Leo Hayden son of Mr and Mrs J W Hayden of Paris was married in Louisville some 10 days to a handsome widow Miss Lizzie Padgett the 16yearold daughter of William Padgett and Wm Davis a young farmer of Buckeye Garrard county were married at Nich olasville Dr Duke M Godbey one of the lead ing physicians of Perryville and Miss Kate Walker were united in marriage at the home of the brides mother Mrs Mary Walker of the West End of Boyle The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs E J Godbey of Hustonville S W Buster Fife of Richmond and Miss Etta Bailey Chadwick of Crab Orchard were married in Cincinnati Thursday The bride is the handsome and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs J T Chadwick while her hus band is the well known and clever horse manMr Marvin Adams of the enterpris ing firm of Mahan alt Adams left Dan ville Wednesday morning for a brief vacation To the surprise of his of friends a telegram was received Wednesday night announcing his mar riage in Cincinnati to Miss Mao New land of Stanford The wedding took place at tho Ninth Street Baptist church at 5 oclock Rev C S Mason performing the ceremony The mar riage came as a complete surprise to the many friends of the contracting parties although it was known that they had been sweethearts for many months The bride is well and popular ly known in Danville and is a most ex cellent young lady They are at the Grand Hotel in Cincinnati and will shortly to Danville where they will make their future home Advo cate The right hand which is more sensitive to the touch than the left is les sensitive than the latter to the effec of heat and cold In round numbers 2500000 ounces of gold and 60000000 ounces of silver are produced in we United States each year POLITICAL Cordia G Petrlo has been appointed postmaster at Hnteey Whitley county Wednesdays contributions to tho Democratic campaign fund were head ed by one of 4000 from Senator R F Pettigrew of South Dakota A movement is on foot to hold a dum my presidential election on the Isthmus of Panama Booths will be erected and a set of commissioners watchers etc appointed at each of tho big towns Chairman Mack of the Democratic National Committee gave out n state ment in New York Saturday in which he predicted that Mr Bryan would receive 301 electoral votes Chairman Mack said the election would be a veri table landslide in spite of the fact that republican party had accummulated trcmendousjsluih fund He said ho understood that the republican organi zation had accummulated 3000000 which would be used in several of the doubtful States But U he said they cannot defeat us with 50000000 Mr Mack had a conference with Mr Bryan on the candidates private car in Jersey City and said that while Mr Bryan understood that tho Republican National Committee had vast sums of money he expressed confident belief of his election IDSOCall Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of tho Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several months I suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to have its grip on mo when a friend recommend ed Dr Kings New Discovery I be gan taking It and three bottles affect ed a complete euro1 The fame of this life 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farll1l 4 utile from Hustonville onTJIUR8DA y NOV HUMS Beginning nt 830 A v the following de icrlbed property One work mules 6 cattiewelghlngaboutidoorttlOpounds told before diiy of sale two cows lot of hogs r5 head of nice sbeep aboutMoole- lt hay1 mowing machine McOormack self hinder I Lightning Hay Pren UA barred of corns 11uorie wagon set walton hartIrafodder lied kItchen furnlturu Ltberthingetoonumer- Qua to mention Term made known on day ofiale NHBIHHOP- forehand Ky PUBLIC SALE IlnvlnBUeteriiilneUtobrcnkupliouaektep will sell nt the JnnieslepplB farm l nines East of Ilowlnml on- KUIDAYNOV 8TH 100 shock of corn Infield yo shocks of got oniatoulloJnckundonolntontbyrester suckling mule cult and one o 10 t Ig milk cow yellrllng mules t fat bogs ewe furni wagon spring wigon l ton buckboard set IIUIlItY hotness l sari eprfn wagon bornoll a ttN burners and a farming Household goodscoo- stove extension tnbleSdlihiafv and oth er things too tvdloiu to mention also bed chnlri lowing machine carpets and poststover that amount n credit of Omontb Note with good security and bearing a per cent interest will be required of time purchaser Hale will begin it A x n n UIBHON ItowUnd J P Chandler Auctioneer For Sale Privately I I hounfl and lot home contains eight roumswith cistern and pantry roomi and all necessary outbuildings such at imoke house buggy houie coat house hen house and n good table For further scrlptfoncalon J II IIHIOHT- Htanfortl Ky The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE McKINNEY MALE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments KlrttOlum orkIat Kcaionahle Prlco Ontca and McKinney Ky Shop closed on Hnturday Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zcmo A liquid ion external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any formI if telling Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W tose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Fruit and Ornamental Tress a Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Wo have no ngenU Free CatalogueII IIILU IILexington When Ordering Clothes hate your measure taken by a tailor ot ex perience Then yourclothM wbelhoru low price business suit or the flnrit evening clothe will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were toads to your measure will alto take your meal ore for extra trousers fancy vc ti topcoats and overcoat Fall and Winter MIU pIn on band ready for your inspection 11 0UOPLKY The Tailor Stanford Adorinas Fox It a handsome largo young Jersey Bull de scended from n Ionic mind unbroken lino of the must nuke bulls and cows on the Island or Jersey England and America JIll ilrrlionoof the bat bull ever nod bis dam Is n show cow that has given 01 pound ol rich milk In one day If you bo hove Like begot Like or tho IJkvneu of some Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of till tor vice lie will be allowed to serve it limited number of approved registered cows out ido of our own herd tbltt yvar for a fee of Stench Make engagement to fore sending cow to be bred Dully AOTTKIt Telephone Stanford Ky N itYe have to otter thaw eitra choice bull calves that will bo sold at right pri- cesCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of concreting suoas Work Pavements and in fact we can make any thing trout n houie down ton fence poll We cnn xtrve and guarantee nrstclai prlcelrPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Heart Strength nn5renrth or Heart Weakness recant Nerve Ptrenathor WratnMIDotblnlf more Poe Itlrely not one week heart In a hundred 1a1n self ctutllr diseased It U almost always a hidden tiny IIttlll nerve that really U all at fault This obscure nerve the Cardiac or Hurt Nerve Imply need and bust hue more power more stability more controlllnr more governing IUfnltb Without that the Heart to foil and the stomach and alsobate these controlling nerves This clearly explains why as a medicine Dr Ehoop Restorative hat past done 10 much for weak and Um Dr Shoop lint IOUIb thll 0l11li of aU this- lpl ingheart distress Dr Bboopsltntortlyethlsp- opular pretcrlptlon done directed to the weak and waning nerve centers It bulluti 1tlUenlr omen real rennin heart help If tort would lure strong heart strong di- as IUenlthen teas nerves Oe1b1Ihthem I ncedod with Dr Snoops RestorativePENNYS HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND I The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY L5O aFe people In the United State have not heard of tho CourierJournal Democratic In all thing fair In all things clean In all things It Is essentially a family paper Dy special arrangement we are enabled to of Pee the WEEKLY COUBIKBOUBNAL one yearend this paper for the price named abov Send your subicrlptton for the corn bUatiaa U asaet k t rlerJo1Uaa 1 w The season of changes is here and we must change our clothing to suit the season We are especially well fixed this time in Un derwearThe Royal Silk PlusI 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 1 SO the gar ment WRIGHTS WOOL FLEECED Y 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 Underwear Soft and pleasant the garment UNION SUITS soft warm balbrigan at 1 and 2 the suit Of course the cheaper grades 50c r stuff we all have Some buy LIGHTER- s WEIGHTS and sell them a little less than 50c butthey are LIGHTER WEIGHTS ANDt POORLY MADE Boys Union Suits 4 to 15 years good ones for 50c the suit H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY The Emporium ijustonville Have now their Fall stock complete for your itupcctiou Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts ever Attempted in Hustonville J Our prices always conservative See our Tailored Gowns new nut Wo have just introduced this lino Ladies Skirts our Fall line of prettyt Ladies Misses nnd Children you will find to be money layers to you stock now complete We have handled the Sterling Shoe for years to ourIsatisfaction net to the trade Try n pair ant bo convinced Every depart ment is uov complete and ready for your inspection Yours for fair ex ti change CHAS WHEELER i HUSTONVILLE KY t Beech Nut Brand Once tried always used Money eans back if not satisfactory Also Beechnut a I Cranberry Sauce Sliced Bacon Current Jelly Orange Marmelado Grap o Jelly Pineapple Preserves Peanut Butter Always frcshjfcCall nmlS80 the best lino ou the market GEORGE H FARRISi perfection OH Heaters Can not be surpassed in both Quality t and Price Call and inspect them it- aQeo D Hopper Stanford Ky i PiThe Interior Journal Ky OCT 27 1908 ttfrANFORD NEW assortment of local view post cards at Pcniiyi Drug Storo f f PERSONALS S II Goocil went up to Drodhcad Sunday p MR J B PAXTON was in Richmond on legal business rJ B FOSTER was In Lexington yes on business JfDR W W BtmaiN was here yester l day from Lexington BEVERLY ROUT Is at home from Lox f Ington for a few days MRS A C HILL has been visiting her parents at Somerset A GROVER WILKINSON visited Casey K county relatives last week r MR ALFRED PENCE was In Chicago and Kansas City last week ED M HALE it visiting his brother John M Hate at Memphis I J Miss Eme DRYE of McKinney ha been visiting MIss B May Jones J T AND S J EMDRY JR Bro in Lexington attending the horse sales MRS MARVIN ADAMS of Danville la with her mother Mrs Annlu Newland MR S II MARTIN of ML Vernon spent a few daya with Mr R G Jones MRS 11 KIRBY BOURNE of New t Castle is with her mother Mrs Lou Shanks Tnc U D Ca will meet with Mrs Mary I Burch at 3 oclock this afternoon ft ATTORNEYS J W BROWN and C C Williams of ML Vernon were hero Sunday MR E P OWBLKY js up from Columbus Ga with his father Dr J B Owstoy MRS S J TATEM was yesterdays train returning from Cincinnati to Crab Orchard MRS SIIELTON M SAULFEY and Mas 0 ter Shelton Sauflcy Jr are here from Frankfort 4 MRS MAUD LANCFORD of Taylors ruble III has been visiting relatives at toMaywoodI C LECOMITB of Frankfort was hero Sunday to see a handsome Stanford Kid MRS BENEEICT SPALDINO of Leb anon spent Sunday hero with her father Col T P LITTLE Miss ISAUKLLE REYNOLDS has typhoid fever at her homo In the McKinney section Miss ADDIE MCCLARY left Saturday for Little Hock Ark to teach In tho School for the Deaf MR AND MRS MAURICE L JONES of Kansas City Mo are vliitlng Mr and Mrs Cyrus M Jones MRS RAMEY has typhoid fever an Miss Kitty Smith of Mt Vernun hero wailing on her Miss LIZZIE ZILUCK returned to New port Sunday after a three weeks visit to Mrs A C Connctt MR BAKER WALKER of Nicholas lbyule was here again Sunday to see a mighty attractive widow t Miss SALLIE TAYLOR WOODS return ed yesterday from Miss Elizabeth AI lena house party at Mlllorsburg Miss SARA BAUGIIMAN returned Sat urday night from a delightful visit to f Miss Marie Harkins at 1rostonburg Mil A C DUNN is a grandfather An elght pound daughter arrived at the homo of his son Willie Dunn Sunday liON G A LACKFY of Crab Orch ard Is spending a few days with his 1daughter Mrs S W Givens at Middle 7 MR CHARLES IL SINGLETON of Crab Orchard orders his paper changed to Hendcrsonvllle N C where ho and his family will spend the winter MRS M E PRUITT is up from Burn lido to be present at the marriage tomorrow of her ulster Miss Ophelia I Chancellor to Mr J W Williams MESSRS GEORQE CHANCELLOR of Norwood Ohio and Vest Chancellor I of Lexington are hero to attend tho I ChancellorWilliams nuptials tomor row FRANK MUDDLE has left for a two J weeks stay at Olympian Springs Ho f will then leave for Hot Springs Ark where he will spend the winter Sorri erset Journal I NEWS comes from Mt Sterling that e a little daughter has arrived at tho homo of Mr and Mrs Anderson Bogie Tho young lady wao named Elizabeth Elliott for her maternal grandmother LOCALS f GET Singletons prices on stoves I MORE of that g cud just reedy r ed at Farris FOR SALEA two horeo power gas olino engine This office BOYS suits in new patterns just re calved Cummins Wearen NEW line of lap robes and horso f blankets just in J C McClary MY green house la in fino condition and am prepared to store your lowers for the winter Ed Hubbard 4t vMRS S J TATEM is In tho new build Main Street Crab Orchard with a complete line of millinery goods and notions Call and see her A FRESH assortment of Hulnz goods just In Goo D Hopper LARGE and well selected lino of lap covers just received E T Pence Call and see thorn JAMES R Cox of Garrard has ID sons and sonsinlaw who will follow tho elder Cox and vote for Bryan and Kern TILE smokehouso of Leslie Shcrron was entered tho other night and two hams and a middling and a half stolen FOR SALES H Aldridgo cottage on Portman Avenue or will rent by the month until sold Seo or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky Tim following arcprices at Ed Wilkinsons barber shop Hair cutting 25c shampooing 25c shaving lOc no extra charge for shaving neck BASTIN Georgo Bastln aged 65 died in tho East End Friday and was buried at Mt Moriah Saturday Ho leaves a wife and several children to mourn his loses FOR SALEA reliable horso ono that will work any where perfectly safe for women and school children to drive Will guarantee his qualities W B Jarvis Cedar Creek DR J G CARPENTER representing Dr Steele Bailey bought tho Michael Cloyd farm one milo north of McKinney at public solo Thursday at J65 The place contains 165 acres N II BISHOP will sell at public auc ilea at tho Bennett Cloyd farm near Hustonvillo on Thursday Nov 12 a lot of stock crop etc See in another column what he has to dispose of TUB ladles of tho Presbyterian church will hold their annual exchange and bazaar on Wednesday Dec 16 Besides tho usual articles they will offer for sale some Colonial rugs nlco for Christmas presents Further notice will be given RerunucAN SPEAKING Judge L W Bethurum republican nominee for Congress will speak at Crab Orchard tomorrow Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock and at Ephesus at 730 that night A cordial Invitation is extended to tho public to hear him ON the docket of the next circuit court which begins Monday there aro flvo divorce cues 63 commonwealth cases 33 old ordinary 18 ordinary ap pearances 20 equity appearances and 79 old equity cases There is not a murder case on tho docket we are proud to state AT a meeting of the directors of the Lincoln County Fair Association held Friday afternoon it was found that a dividend of about 2 40 could bo paid alter all of the special premiums had thosesmoney 1240 10 for their shore of stock and 240 their dividend If however the stockholders prefer to retain an Interest in tho amphitheatre they can collect the dividend and leave their stock money HAVE you contributed to the demo erotic campaign of Lincoln county yeti If not you should lose no time in doing so A dollar or so of your means will not hurt you and it will help defray the expenses of tho campaign which other wise will have to bo borno by the can didates Help tho cause of democracy by sending or bringing your contribu lion in If you cant give 10 give ess Any amount will be acceptable Mend or mail it to W H Shanks chairman JUST a week from today the most important election in years will behold A president vicepresident congress man county judge and jailer are to bo elected and every thing points to tho fact that those whose names appear under tho rooster will be the successful ones Wo havo no doubt but what Bryan Kern Helm Owsley and Coffey will bo elected but that is neither hero nor there It is your duty as a demo crat to go to tho polls and voto tho straight democratic ticket and make the majority as dccisivo as possible Stamp under the rooster and voto yes on the courthouse question and youll sleep well next Tuesday night HiLLtitre Edna Elizabeth lull rel ict of William Hill who died somo 60 years ago breathed her last at the home of her son Mr T J Sr Sunday afternoon aged nearly 86 Her funeral was preached at the home by Eld Joseph Ballou at 230 yesterday afternoon after which all that is mortal of the good and aged mother was laid to rest in McCormacks burying ground She is survived by four sons and one daughter viz Messrs W II Hill of Topeka Kansas Robert Hill of Evant Texas J M Hill of Ponca City Okla and T J11111 Sr and Mrs P W Carter of this place Mrs Hill was born InI Madison but camo to Lincoln county InI 1850 and had since lived here She had a largo number of relatives and was distantly related to Capt James EstlllI Deceased had been a member of theI Christian church for a half century orI more and was a faithful follower of thoI meek and lowly Nazarine A good wo man has gone to her reward may those who weep soon realize that their loss is her eternal gain t FRANK B LUCAS has been appointed postmaster at Arabia this county vice I Cunningham resigned Tits theMoreland Union church will give an Ice cream supper on Saturday night Oct 31st Proceeds go to tho benefit of church POSITIVELY no hunting or trespassing allowed on my farm Those doing so will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law Mrs R L Williams HUB tonvillc Ky e TUG bill boards tow belonging to us aro under tho control of H J Mc Roberts and the public will please not post any bills on them J E Frank Advertising Co COL J P 3s popular auctioneer and Is justly so Ho cried the threo sales In the West End last week and in each case was highly com plimented by his employer GUESSES on Bryan and Kerns ma jority in Lincoln county continue to pour in Only two moro issues will contain coupons Better uso them and take a chanco on getting a ten apoL IN the darn show given by Ed C Gaines tho insurance man at Lancaster yesterday David Ross tho clover jailer won Mr David Thompson showed 12 ears that weighed 19 pounds and was very fine Gov BECKIIAM telephoned us late yesterday afternoon that ho could not fin his appointment to speak hero tomorrow Wednesday night owing to tho long drivo necessary to come lie and lion Morgan Chinh will fill their appointments at Liberty Wednesday pftdrnoon however REV J A SAWYER of London will speak at Hebron church this Tuesday evening at 630 oclock at Highland Wednesday evening at 630 at Preach crsville Thursday evening at 630 oclock at tho Methodist church Ho will speak on Prohibition at all the above appointments YOUR exposition of Republican Nominee Tafts religion was clear and convincing and I shall take pleasure in voting against a man with such belief BryanBarker to lion R B Franklin after tho latter had finished his splendid speech hero Saturday night- LAWSONRobertson Lawson aged 21 son of Mr W L Lawson of Gar rard died of typhoid fever Sunday night and will be buried at 1030 this morning Ho was a fine young man and his death has cast a gloom over the section in which ho lived This is the second son Mr and Mrs Lawson havo lost in the past few years and much sympathy is felt for them PUBLIC SPEAKING Judge J S Ows Icy and lion W S Burch will speak at Dee Lick Tuesday Oct 27 at 7 P and at 0 K Wednesday Oct 28 at 7 P M at Chestnut Ridge Thursday Oct 29 at 7 P u and at Walnut Flat Friday Oct 30 at 7 P M Judge Ows ley and W II Shanks will speak at Rowland Saturday Oct 31 at 7 r George B Saufley T H Shanks and W S Burch will speak at Schaffers Saturday Oct 31 at 7 p M Judge Owsley T J and W S Burch will speak at Ottenheim Monday Nov 2 at 7 11 Judge M C Saufley and Harvey Helm will speak at Stanford Monday Nov 2 at 7 P M THERE js something doing in politics in this county just now Besides the regular election a senatorial conven tion has been called a new county committee is to bo elected Nov 21 and candidates for county offices aro as busy as bird dogs Suppose all hands and the cook lay aside all politics save the gen eral election which is to bo held next Tuesday and put in just one week work ing for tho magnificent ticket tho dem ocrats havo nominated It is far moro Important now to elect the gentlemen who have already been nominated than it Is that any than should be tho nomi Inco for State Senator or for a county office or even a member of the county committee Get busy Mr Candidate and help the nominees or you will bo remembered when your race comes off THE speech of Hon Robert B Frank lin at the courthouse Saturday night delighted the goodly number of democrats who heard him His discussion of the issues of tho present cam paign was clear forcible and convinc- Ing and his arraignment of the republi can misrule was scathing He discuss ed at length Mr Tafts religious belief and urged his hearers not to help in to tho high office of president a man who does not believe that Jesus Christ is tho son of God Mr Franklins trib ute to Mr Bryan was beautiful indeed He pictured him tho clean Christian humanitarian that ho is and showed most conclusively that he would make president that the people irrespective of party would be proud of Mr Franklin grew very eloquent at times and his speech was a rhetorical gem Tho democracy of Lincoln county tenders the distinguished Conmonweqlths Attorney a vote of thanks for his superb efforts in Stanford and at Hustonville Mr W H Shanks introduced the visit ing gentleman hero in a few fitting re marks LET mo Insure your tobacco W A Tribble potatolCliON HARVEY HELM addressed a good crowd at Lancaster yesterday SEE the splendid Webber wagon on sale at Coffey Bishops store More land Best farm and road wagon made IN a fight In Mack vlle Sunday morn Ing Anderson Carr Jr hit Will Blake ly also colored in the face with a rock severely wounding him IT looked to us yesterday like there was something doing in republican circles as nil tho republican henchmen wero in town to see their bosses and carry homo with them their prorata of tho campaign fund TILE democratic ers having good crowds wherevor they have appointments in Lincoln county and that goes to show that the democracy is aroused and will be out in full force on Nov 3rd Dont fail to tell you neighbor to vote FOR RENTCottage with cistern at door largo garden and necessary out buildings Store house well located with good pasture for horse andcow and a never failing well onefourth mile from church and school Mrs W P Bradshaw Turnersvllle Ky IN THE RACE TO STABYAt Lancaster yesterday Mr H G Wingate of Boyle told us that he was In the race for the democratic nomination for State Senator to stay and ordered his an nouncement which will appear next sue Ho will also very likely have a card In our next paper r REYNOLDS Mrs Reynolds wife of Theodore Reynolds the Waynesbu merchant died at that place after a few days Illness Mrs Reynolds was a splendid Christian woman She leaves a husband and several children to mourn her loss After a short service today at her late home by Rev W R Dav idson her remains will be laid to rest in the Waynesburg burying ground liON HARVEY HELM has made goo during his first term In Congress and the Democrats should show their appre ciation of his services by giving him a handsome majority Mr Helm has not only served his party well but the voters of this district of every political faith have received nothing but the most courteous consideration at his hands He has truly been a represen tative of all tho people Vote for Helm and you will have dono well Jessa mine Journal KENTUCKY oYNews comes from BaileyJrnated by tho democratic party for Representative to the State Legislature The nomination was without his seek ing and shows tho reputation tho young physician has achieved among strang ers He has had charge of a hospital since his location In Robinson and has not heretofore taken an active part in welllas surgery and medicine ho will reach the governorship of the Mormon State CHURCH MATTERS The most recent church census of the country shows 40 denominations with 161731 ministers 210199 churches and 32883156 members The meeting at the Christian church at Lancaster conducted bv the pastor Rev F M Tinder and Rov L E Sellers of Terre Haute Ind closed Sun day night with 63 additions Some 15 members had been received into the church a few weeks before the meeting Would Mortgage tho Farm- A Former on Rural Route 2 Empire Go W A Floyd by name says Ducklend Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores 1 ever saw one on my hand andono on my leg It is worth more than its weight In gold I would not be without it If I had to mortgage tho farm to get It Only 25c at Pennys Drug Stor- eBUILDING LOTS I have for sale eight nice building loti Slorclnnil Ky They are level and tltuat near the depot For particular see A Slink Moreland Ky This is a picture of one of our swell suits that has just come in Material is herringbone diagonal Colors Black or Navy Trimming Satin band and Satin Buttons Coat as you see is the new 45inch coat Skirt new gored flared with buttons Price This suit would cost you regularly 3250 Our price 25 Other new suits just in 4 drtt+ t++ ++ H f ttttttttt+++ SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY Bargains In Shoes We have just received our hall line of Shoes in Tan piitents kid velours etC It ig a beautiful line of tho latest styles and I best material and workmanship On account of late delivery we refused to receive the goods unless the house would make big cut they did this and we can now sell you any of our shoes 50e cheaper on the pair than you can buy elsewhere Conic see and be convinced TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes j Opera House Block Opposite Court House J STANFORD KENT CKYI When You Are Ready t6 Select Your Suit DeTry A Herman 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 t those asked by others fDr goods of equal mer it Nobby shades of brown and olive with stripes Every thing that js correct will be found in our assortment Prices 750 to 2OW E Perkins Crab Orchard It The Interior Journal j Bred in the Pat 0fiee st Stanford Naend c1aM maltr- rIItrsss2D TXmUDAM AND FHIIJATB Af S00 PER YEAR CASH IBrwhen not no paId 1100 will be charged i L N TImE TABL- t No Jl Mouth 1111 PM No S3 MOuth l2PMNoS4North4S5A x No KNortbZls P x JOS S RICE Agent B D CARTERI- t f Now Livery Depot StreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I POT the arrest end conviction of ony perso- ntrepeinguIonmp tnrn duyor night or In traveling tbo pubdoing stock trout Ho hlgbwaYI or Injury to land of I1l1d ortrrtloullnrioieemeooialrewardof I nlo oITer two peeled tlWeoch JQ Carpenter A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building George B Pruitts reduced prices will continue until Oct 15 G B Pruitt Moreland ILA Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed For Insurance on Fann Property in chiding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phon36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm For Sale l I desire to sell privately my splendid Blue Grass Farm of ad acre lnthe Lincoln county one mIle West End of ikenuwelln ontheQntC ltallroml on Iplendld It Ntantoni the count senta FarmIs sell Rnd hnatl necssnry buildings Improvea offenced and Rn Rbundallco water ConvenIent to for traders and and especinlly beret tock farm InOne of tIlishippercounty Allof the land It product andmmnohine can be run over every lye andtnlulUvaUonAbout looacrtlfoot out being the crop shows for ltself tsncreaore prepunid for wheRt this Fall For further nddres or cullpartlculAr JI OWESH JiclRmeyI 7 JLBeazley Co Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture Matting Rug TjjSy will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Je C McClary f Undertaker Embalmer and t DoaloisiniHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY Offle PUon let Home Phone 88 p Resolutions Passed by the Demo cratic Senatorial Committee of the 18th District Be It resolved by tho democratic county chairmen of Lincoln Boyle Ca sey andl Garrard counties composing tho lSth Senatorial district of Ken tucky that a call be issued by the Democratic Senatorial Committee of tho 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky fa- a mass convention to be held at the re coupEtics in said on o 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 tobu held at Liberty Casey county Ky on the19tJ I day of November 1908 at which Sena torial district convention there shall beI 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 18th district shall betas follows One dele gate for each 200 votes cast for thedem ocratic nominee for president in the election of or fractional part of said 200 votes nnelIBe it further r solvedIThat 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 havb 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 a 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 hold credentials as such signed by the Chairman and Secretary of the County Convention shall be prima facie tn titled as delegates to organize and par ticipate in the District Convention- J F HOLDAM Chmn CHAS F MONTGOMERY Secy- FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE3oo shocks of corn J L Jarvis Sauflcy Frank Wooten a 13yearold boy is earning 513000 a year as a jockey Wm Royston sold at Lancaster yes tsrday a threeyearold mule for 180 We used up 141020029 pounds of tobacco in making cigars and cigarettes in 20000 sheep were killed by the blizzard which passed over the section around Santa Fe N M Phil Chinn shipped a carload of thor oughbreds from Harrodsburg to Cali fornia where he will race them Morrison of Iowa bought 13 jacks in this section In the bunch was the premium twoyearold of J M Cress for which he paid 900 More than 22000000 pounds of food stuffs with a value of 150v000 have been destroyed by food inspectors of Greater Now York within the last year Wet weather generally in the winter wheat belt had a weakening effect Sat urday on the Chicago wheat market Unexpected firmness at Livcrmore however tended to restrain wouldbo sellers and in consequence prices show ed only slight declines LANCASTER COURT There were about 50 cattle on the Lancaster market yesterday and nil of them sold J M Roberts sold 37 twoyearolds at 330 to E L Sowder who sold 14 of them to Pendleton Co at 3c and seven to George D Boone at the same price A Jewelers Experience C R Kluger The Jeweler lOGO Vir ginia Avei 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 bystness every day and recommend obeys Kidney Remedy to all suffer aters as It cured me after the doctors and other remedies bad failed New Stanford Drug Co A New York tradesman of long experience says that the hardest persons to collect from are those who have no money and those who have a great deal of money Where inlets Flew David Parker of Fayeltej N Y a veteran of the civil war who lost foot at Gettysburg saysliThe good Electric Bitters have done is worth more than five hundred dollars to mo I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble to little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me I now take them as a tonic and they keep me strong and well 50c at Pennys Drug- Store There is a big rush to the new gold fields at Sylvanite N M Where last week it was a barren prairie there is now a town of 700 inhabitants The LN will build a handsome passenger and freight pepot at Paris IK MEMORIAM God in His Inflnato wisdom has called sister Lizzie Wilson from her temporary abiding place to her home at the right hand of God in Heaven Dear friends mourn not for Lizzie for while her mortal body is mouldering to dnst her Immortal spirit is resting in the realms of heavenly bliss For she said on her dying couch she wanted to go homer Kind friends did all that could be done We hoped and prayed for her recovery but God knew best and took her homer Many fond hopes many loving hearts are bleeding for none knew her but to love her Those who knew her not will glance at this memoir but those who knew her will read It with tcardimed eyes and It will be many years before she is forgotten Farewell dear Liz ale sweet be thy sleep A few days or years at most and well meet theo in that bright and happy home A FRIEND Married Man In Trouble A married man who permits any member of the family to taro anything except Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble is guilty of neglect Nothing else Is as good for alt pulmonary troubles Tho genuine Foleys Honey and Tar con no opiates and is In a yellow package New Stanford Drug Co At the present rate of increase the population of the United States in 1910 will be 100000000 A pain prescription is printed upon each 25c box of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Ask your Doctor or Druggist if this formula is not complete Head pains womanly pains pains anywhere get Instant relief from Pink Pain Tablet Pennys Drug Store NOTICE I will dress hides for role with hair on and will tan hides for leather on shares Will also mnrket price tor hides Char Knsslln Ottenhclm Write It F II Waynesburg No1 POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or an kind of Ire passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Alex Cooper Mrs Mary s Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mattie White Hlmpion lire Tlnsley Hpooimiuore P W Carter lien r Martin M F Lawrence Reuben Curtis JH Hooker J M Iettus- TAjllce Morgan Ohappell Amnndt Green Ferrill J L Holticlaw O W Hasty Mrs J F rmilmn U L IMIIInm Peter Mrs KatherIne Ador MesserA Paxton Ashley Ollannon James N Cash JNerlu Carter C M Hack Joseph Bnllou M U LytSe Mrs Jas Italnes J IlCninenlsch Dr J U Carpenter Mrs Itebecen Carpenter W P Martin- A M Frye JH Thompson Thomas Ferrill Jas It Hkldmore Duvld Burton J It Hunch M C Richardson Krnst Miss Mattle Howes Hetchenbach Bros Fred VonOruengan H K Games Albert VonOruengan AT Tray lor Lllburn Gooch N H Ilummer Fred Ilaumnnn Ulchnrd Hester Heir nosieroWllefDunn UO Nunnelley WO Floyd LW Peck J L Jnrvls J W Ilaughman J K O Hpratt W lIruceiJ H Ulgney L nUnderwoodAHonMrs Mar O iveas John M Carter Mnrtln Alcorn John WnlOordler Don Trarlor M D Klmore Mrs N U Ooodo O E Tate David Htevens John Jufer ICO Durham WG Itout GotllbOllck Fred Hnndorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob JJThompon M Anderson J K closer Mr and Mrs Jas II ads A Klluisa Mrs N J Horton J J EllloU Mrs Oeo Logan Mrs Mary Kufmann Wm Fields W U Dnugherty Frank Cordler Itev Father Leo Dr G G Perry H H IiaughuianiwOlllneAiH D Mrs Margaret Gooch Jacob Gander i Geo C Glvnns W HTntylor Ham floburts John Jufer Amend Hohnefer Jesse W Sweeney rBOPBirroR Unry FH Mi Sli SUWi Lanoaster Ky FARM FOR SALE I rnofThe farm of blue fm M land lylns one mile North ol McKlunejron the HtonforU pike Improvement nnd fencing ROod of water fruit Aliio 123 acres of timbered laud ono mllo Kaetof 3icKlnuey half under fence plentj of water and goal tobacco land tiN grow lug crop J AIIV1NMAgelllIdcKlnuey Notlca of Application fir Pardon Faulkner who was convlQtcil of- manllaughter In tho circuit court of Lin coin county athit November trrm of said nslctho Governor for pnrdon and ahwho Oboct will notify thoOoycrnor and slate In writing any objection KAULKNKll KKNNKDY Notice of Election 1 Lincoln County Fiscal Court held April lon J Ii Uwsley withthisfollowingJUItlrel nun VM Uudilernr Jnm i Jlc Kec II1le DUll J T Jloborll It was moved by Juitico W DL Dudiiarnr and lecondcd by Juitlce Jnmci MoKechiitu that the following action be taken by this courts of Lincoln county at Ha February term iiwrt of the Lincoln circuit court having recommended n new court house for Lincoln count and It nn nttheInadequntu for the public convenience anti the preservation of records II is ordered anti adjudged that the sum of Thirty ne tfciauiuxj thousand dollnri bo tug grated as the sun ntttry to a new court house stud it is further ordered an i election be hold and a poll opened at the several voting precincts in IIncolncounty- ouTIIestiayNonutberalwitthestay of the next Nneralelectfonnt above suggested shall belUhllllrtedI to the legal voters of Lincoln their nppruvnl or rejection The MherllT Lincoln county is directed to advertise orIelection for at least thirty iii days before the day thereof in the JOUUXAI newtpnpvr being the only newspaper publlihrd In Lincoln county and the- officers of said election are directed to hold the election between the same hours thatthey are required to hold election for county omcen which election shall Iw held and conducted In all respect in required liy the general election laws In force In this state at the time the same U held The clerk of the Lincoln county court shall cause to beprlnud on the ouitial bill lots to u n election the words and flgures Are you In favor of nn arw donorstorbuildingcountyt and have two pnce upon the right of same on for voters favoring the appropriation to bedeslgnnted by the word yes undone for voters opposing the njv pmprlatlon to be designated by the word and said clerk sbitll prepare said bal lots In nil other respects us re ulrt d l y see non of the Kentucky Htntuus In the event thnt the requisite number of legal voters ol Lincoln county vote In favor of said appropriation It Is ordered that tins court cause the latch of Lincoln county to the amount of thirty five thousand dollars to Iw prepared executed and Issued on printed forms tie the seal of the county to be signed by presiding Judge of tin Lincoln county court and counter signed by the of said court payable to tour er lit Lincoln County National flank of Htonford Ky which bonds stall not bear a greater rate of Interest than four II per tent payable soinlnnnually nt Lincoln fiY1ROIllntrell tmbmclngtenconsist of n bonds for the sum of live hun dred IttD dollars each and numbered on- eoHerles11 ten thoumnd hollers ot said bonds shell consist of so bonds for the sum of five hundred dollars eiich and numbered from SI tft 40 and He rlei O embracing fifteen thousand dol arsof said bonds shall conslit of 80 bonds of live hundred dollars eaoh and number ed from to The bonds embraced In series A shall bo redeemable at the pleas ure of the court In and after from the date of their issue nnd shad Iw due and payable II years trout said and Ihe bomb tmhmcltlln series II shall II redeemable at the pleasure of the court on and after 10 years from the date of their Issue and dun nnd oynbie 16 year from the snld date and the bond embraced In series C shall to redeemable at the pleasure of the court on and after years from the bate of their issue and dup and payable years from the add dale which lands shall not IllncofniountyNational nterestcoupon shall 00 attached to said bonds signed by the clerk of the Lincoln county court Attest a II COOlKJt Olerk Removal Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters on North Broadwaywe are obliged to seek a new location To avoid the great cxpenso and risk of taking down loading hauling and resetting in tho now show room we propose erecting we offer the largest as eortmeiit of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky 80 Monuments 128 Headstones 85 Markers i most attractive prices Persons who may with to purchase later in the year could order now and have their work reserved for future delivery Wm Adams 8l Son142 North Broodway Lexington Ky GOING SOUTHI Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA QUEEN S CRESCENT ROUTE- To Many Points South and Southeast Tickets Good Retaralag Until May 31st 1909 Writs for rates sad folder N KING CPA 101 1 HaU St UxlafUa Kr 0 We now have and ready for your inspec tion the swellest line of Mens Shoes in the country Our Crosset 350 and 4 shoe in Patents Tans Gun Metals and Vicis are peaches for the swell dress for Winter In Water Proof and High Top Shoes Tans and Black I have the best the market affords Call and see my line before buying elsewhere SAM ROBINSONtSTANFORD KYr e I ti Chase Sanborns Coffee Has No Equal Try It COiXZ J W H IIIGGI NSIStanford Kentucky UILL 1IJ rsit7cthrn7 tankcitanford Rg Oryanixti 8S2 Cafilal Jiloek JS0OO0 Jurfilut and 7WVaW SPnfilt S9OOO Seas paid in tDivictentts tines Organization 211 500 fnvito 7fUf jfccounts on Our 9oritt OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePfesldent John JMoRoberts Cashier II C Baughman Asst Cashr WW Saunders Uookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J 11 Oaughraan M D Illmore J M Pettui 511 DaUghmao J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P 11111a J S Hocker C E Tale the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIERwJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John 13 Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cult TraylorGilherUH Cummins Prcachcrsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Crook THE SAFEST AND QUI6KEOT MY TO TRANSFER MONEY lily LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAIER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IHCORPOIUTtD W B McRoberts J DRUGGISl aTANfsORD