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THE INTERIOR JOURNALI IfOL XXXVISTANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 1908 NO 89 I A Birds Eye View of the State Sunday School Convention at Newport Newport has 35inhabitants and Is bounded on the North by Cincinnati on tho East by Bullovlow and Dayton on the West by Alexandria Newport and Cincinnati are separated by the Ohio river In going over thoso greut cities it looks like wo could not esti mate tho human beings who Inhabit them then we are mado to consider the intellectuality of man and his great in ventive powers It makes us cry out what a great and wonderful Creator we have and what great wisdom Ho has given to man Oh what will it bo in that city that Is m do of gold with tho Son of right cousncssboaming down upon us with nil of Ills light love and beauty Oh wont that bo glorious I Make us am bassadors for our King This great assembly was composed orI men and women who came to get in spiration and information with hearts hungering for lost souls planning tho best way to gather children and parents into the Sunday school that they may be taught tho wonderful oracles of God Eight hundred delegates with hearts and minds open to receive the council of those godly men and women whoso hearts were full of zeal and love nnx out their messages of wisdom lous to pour I and love into waiting hearts uni teeny planning the best ways and means to win tho world to Christ Mo thinks that angels were listening to tho hearty welcome and loving greeting that was extended to tho delegates It was in deed good to bo theroITho 43rd Annual Convention met at Grace M E church Wednesday Oct 8 1903 The convention opened with thanksgiving and praise song Blessed t no The Tie That Binds lraidng Co- In Scripture reading ICO Psalm PrayI or by Dr J P Whitehead Wo aro for coming Dr H thankful to you Wolgle We are glad for your coming will seal our friendship through aU eternity and wo are all only a small part You sire just as welcome as the next shower of rain Wo are asking God to give us showers of blessings We are thankful wo nro here Proal dent J D Weaver If tho world is ever brought to Christ it will bo by tho Sunday school Wo believe that tho smile of heaven is over us whllo wo work and pray and gather the children into tho Sunday school If we work we should work hand to hand and shoulder to shoulder wo will win tho world to Christ Wo aro thankful for Gods blessings during tho year Hus ton Quinn chairman of the executive a committee Our hearts go up In ono i united praise and thanksgiving to Goa for Ills loving caro over us during tho year Ho explained to us tho wonder ful progress of tho Sunday school and how God had bossed his efforts in many ways Indications of progress for which we should be thankful- J IlLevell When we look around us and leo tho great progress of the Sunday school our hearts go up to Goc In thankfulness for organization and teaeher training There is a great heart throb all over tho world in the interest of tho Sunday school and its progress Is great Studies in child na tureMrs M S Lamoreaux The prob lem of activity in tho life the power to do something In the junior period try to got tho child to use its energy for good service It ia like tho woman kneading the leaven in the bread It is not the person who does the most for the child but what wo mako the child do for Itself Nothing is our own until wo do it ourselves strength only comes by doing Habits formed mako groove- stt tho mind and the soul which only the grace of God can cut out Mako the children understand what they ought to do Teach them not to be sel fish but do something for others Fath er and mother should walk right them selves and say this Is the way walk ye in it- Tho Scope of Teacher Training Dr Franklin McElfresh Passion for ser vice There are two ways of looking at things The scope of teacher train ing ought to bo redoubled Thero is unrest in tho people to find out a better way The thing we need is efficiency We need to be training tho young to live a higher life and get the great divine nature imbibed in tho hearts of our children now are we to do this 1 Oh Lord open our eyes to our oppor tunities and thero Is something in the way wo should do it If wo come to the highest efficiency of work wo must redouble our work in training teachers Tho passion forserI- vice Back of all this work tense love and great intense passion to save lost souls How can wo secure this great passion 1 Ifls hard work to v be a Sunday school teacher unless you have that wonderful passion that se cret of the Lord in your heart When we feel the great heart beats of our loving Savior the work will be easy and there will come a joy in our hearts un speakableDr M Hamill Heart Searching Tho convention that touches both heart and head is what counts for good Wo should have solemn thoughts of our own personality Am I growing TAre wo stronger than wo were last year or weaker Can wo know that wo arO growing We certainly know Am I growing in earnestness 7 I cant understand how a Christian manor woman docs not know We should go forth in our Sunday school work with great en orgy Because thou hast been aithfu in n few things I will make thee ruler over many Are wo growing in unsel fishness and in patience 7 Aro we grow ing in forgiveness are wo growing in charity do we love the llttla ragged girls and boys on the streets 7 The highest worship U to thank God for his goodness and to look after nnd sympa thize with the distressed And if thou draw out thy soul to the hungry and satisfy the afflicted soul then shall thy light rise in obscurity and thy darkness be as tho noon day There comes a time in which no earthly friend can minister arid nothing In tho world can we enjoy At this hour and these times we should not ac cept ounelvca Are we taking caro of our bodies tho temple of tho 1I0lyI Ghost 7 Aro we living better are wo taking caro of our ambitions 7 Look at Brehem He lived nn hundred years after he was dead Aro wo taking caroI of our gifts and what are our glftl7 Tho Sunday school teacher and preach er who are not taking care of theirI gifts are starving to death in the midst plenty J Shreve Durham Education Or ganization and Visitation Corns overJ and help us with your power and Chris Linn light to educate and christianize Come over and help prevent crime in the home and prepare citizenship and provoke love toward ono another louse to house visiting is the greatest agancy to load souls to Christ Then te a great need for missionary work If you want to help the distressed in your community go and see what they need Keep your eye on the mountain country so hungry for Sunday schools ThoC hope of our country is house to house visitation nnd tho Sunday school Dr Joseph Clark of Ohio Kobert Mode It and Livingston Those words so memorable I havo seen tho smoke of a thousand villages that have sieves seen a msslonary The Sunday school is here its great wheels aro at work The Sunday school is no toy no play thing There should bo In every Sunday school a missionary society The Sunday school is Gods houso of sup piles Begin with tho children while- they are young John Wesley could read Latin readily at seven years Wo have taught Gods word only when other know it We arc not tho salt of tho earth unless we are put in use No Sunday school lives to itself When we see the great progress of the Sun day school we nro staggered The great temperance movement has come from- the Sunday school The home depart ment has brought about the complete Sunday school thatprovldcsj for the needs of all As the little boy says Everybody goes to Sunday school ex cept Pa Mug J E LYNN The wholesome harmless green loaves and tender atoms of a lung heal log mountainous shrub give to Dr Snoops Cough Homedy its curative properties Tickling or dry bronchial coughs quickly nail safely yield to this highly ofTeotlvo Cough medicine Dr Shoop assures mothers that they can with safety give It to oven very young babes No opium no chloroform absolutely nothing harsh or harmful It calms the distressing coughs and heals the sensitive mem branes Accept no other Demand Dr Shoop Sold by Pennys Drug Store Koscoo Tartar held tho boards at Cumberland Falls Saturday night to a largo crowd of enthusiastic politi clans but when he finished roasting the Democratic party and blaming them for ringing tho panic on ho was dumb founded to find that ho had been bellow to only three nnd two of them were sound asleepSomerset Journal Saved His Boys Life My three year old boy was badly constipated bad a high fever and was In an awful condition I gave blm two dozes of fcoloys Orlno Laxative and tho next morning tho fever was gone and he was entirely well Foleys Orlno Laxative saved his Ufa A Wolkush Caslraer Wls New Stan lord Drug Co- Lightning S which struck a school house at Mich tore the shoes nnd stockings from the feet of Miss Mabel who was knocked unconscious but not seriously hurt Foleys Honey and Tar cures cou gbs quickly strengthens tho lungs and expels colds Got the genuine In a yel package New Stanford DrugCo Democrats Enthusiastic and Confi dent LOUISVILLE Ky OCT 28 The dem ocracy of Louisville Is waging an ng grcasivo fight and that too against great odds however the old party Ia confident of victory and the rads are now on the defensive The supplemental registration has added some 200 majority for tho Democrats making their grand total majority over tho republicans of over 0300 Of course thero is the Independent registration of some 10000 votes but why are not tho democrats entitled to as many supporters from their ranks as the republicans Then a largo part of those who registered as Independents will divide their votes among tho So cialist Socialist Labor Prohibition and Independence tickets The various democratic clubs nd or ganizations will hold meetings and rallies over the city every night until the election Tho laboring men identified with labor organizations are preparing for a monstrous rally and street parade to be hold Saturday night There Iwil be several good speakers on hand no licking of oratory Louisville democrats are making the fight qf their lives to carry the city and county Jefferson which compose the Fifth Congressional district for Bryan and Kern and for Sherley for Congress Mr Sherley Is now serving his third term In Congress lie Is a young man learned and popular has made an ideal representative and it is predicted that e will lead tho the ticket several hundred votes Tho party managers and workers as well as the rank and file are working just as faithfully for the National ticketIWe have a united democracy In LouisI ville and it lacks not for enthusiasm however we have a strongly entrenched enemy with lots of boodle to combat The G 0 P is in control of the city and county governmentIn fact all the political machinery of city and county is in their hands including the ponce and fire departments Despite this the democrats aro confident of victory If tho democrats out in the State will rly do their part there will be no doubt of the position Old Kalntuck will tako in tho battle of Tuesday next Three cheers for Bryan and KernIYours CLARENCE COLEMAN NEWS NOTESIPresident Roosevelt was 50 years old Tuesday The two youngest children of A D Irvine of Green county were burned to death when the home was destroyed by fire Mrs Irvine and the eldest child narrowly escaped Little Elsie Lehhardt aged 12 of New York took her own life Clasped in her hand was a picture of her dead father She left a note saying Everybody is mean to me It The First State Bank of Fallis in Lincoln county Okla was robbed of 3600 in currency and gold George Schmake the bookkeeper was arrested on suspicion of knowing something of tho robbery- A quarrel resulting over a woman culminated in a fight between John Murphy and Thomas Lawson near Hart ranft Tenn in which Murphy was kill ed lib assailant though wounded mado his escape William Montgomery former cashier of tho defunct Alleghanoy National Bank which failed some time ago for over 11000000 was found guilty of embezzlement by a jury in the United States Court at Pittsburg The citizens of Trenton Tenn received a night rider warning in the shape of an anonymous left at the door of T J Kappels home A special term of court has begun its investigation of the murder of Capt Rankin at Union City and tho soldiers on duty at Reel foot Lake took 14 additional prisoners into custody bringing tho total under arrest up to 61 About 60 alleged night riders were arrested by tho Tennessee State mill tia in the Reelfoot Lako section They are some of the best known men of that district Many of theme believed to have knowledge that will lead to the culprit who murdered Capt Rankin and thoso who were guilty of tho assault on Judge Taylor In the event that Gov Patterson de clafes martial law today it is said several military hangings may tako place Stomach troubles would more quick ly disappear if the Idea of treating the cause rather than the effect would come Into practice A tiny inside hidden nerve says Dr Shoop governs and gives strength to the stomach A branch also goes to the Heart and ono to the kidneys When these Inside nerves fall then the organs must falter Dr Shoops Restorative Is directed specifically to these falling nerves Within 48 hours after start- Ing the Restorative treatment patients say they realize a gain Sold by Pennys Drug Store POLITICAL William II Taft it is announced will close his campaign at Youngstown 0 next Monday Ho will deliver two speeches and review a parade of Re publican clubs Justice John P Elkin letters to whom from John D Archbold were read by William R Hearst denied that ho had ever received money for im proper purposes from Mr Archbold or had tried to influence legislation fortho Standard Oil Company John W Kern Democratic candidate for Vice President who was compelled to cancel his speaking engagements last week on account of the illness of his son began a tour of Southern Indiana Tuesday speaking at Greenwood Frank lin Columbus Seymour and JciTerson villeMembers of President Roosevelts Cabinet will take an active part in the weeks campaign Secretary of State Root will speak in Ohio and New York Postmaster General Meyer in Ohio Maryland and New Jersey Secretary of War Wright in Virginia nnd Maryland Secretary of the Navy Metcalf in West Virginia Attorney General Bona parte in Now York Secretary of tho Treasury Cortelyou In New York and Secretary of the Interior Garfield in OhioNew York State will bo the storm center of thAlosing week of tho po itlcal campaign Both the Republican and Democratic presidential nominees will tour the State and some of the ablest speakers at the command of the National Committees have been assigned to participate in the battle for votes With tho exception of a brief speech in New Haven Conn Mr Tat the Republican candidate for President will spend the entire week within the Empire State Mr Bryan will devote four days to New York and on Friday will enter Ohio which like New York has a place in the doubtful column Indiana another uncertainty will be toured by Mr Bryan on Saturday the Democratic candidate closing the weckss campaign with a night speech in Chicago HUBBLE Dr fickle bought 25 barrels of corn t 2 50 John Robinson sold some fat hogs at 4Je to J H Gose Eld W G Montgomery will fill his appointment at the Christian church Sunday morning und evening Mrs T C Rankin has returned from a visit to Somerset Miss Nannie Ad ms our efficient teacher spent Saturday and Sunday with the homefolks at Mlddleburg Dr and Mrs L D Hammond have returned to Russell county after a visit to his brother Mr J A Hammond H C Taylor of Monticel lo is visiting friends here Uncle Jack Yakey is back from Louisville having come home to vote We aro glad to know that Mrs J C Robinson is rapidly improving Sewed as colTeo the now eolfee substitute known to grocers everywhere as Dr Shoops Health Coffee will trick even a co Tec ex pert Not a grain of real coffee In it either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nuts etc havo been so cleverly blooded as to give a wonderfully satisfying cot fee taste and flavor And U is made In a minute too No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling Test it and seer Shoop created Health Coffee that the people might have a genuine coffee substitute and ono that would be thoroughly satlsfylnglnovery possible respect Sold by Pennys Drug Store Tho Benjamin Harrison monument at Indianapolis was unveiled Tuesday with impressive ceremonies Gen Harri sons youngest daughter drew the cord that revealed the monument and Vice President Fairbanks made the principal address A Healthy Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health since wo beganusingJDr Kings New Life Pills three years ago1 says L A Bartlet of Rural Route Gull ford Maine They cleanse and tone tho system In a gentle way that does you good 25o at Penny Drug Store The county judge of Leslie has sued the editor of the Thousand Sticks for 5000 for saying that the reason the financial statement of tho county was not printed according to law was that there was crookedness going on To quickly check old druggist are dispensing everywhere a clover Candy Cold Cure Tablet called Pro ventlcs Preventics are also fine for feverish children Take Preventics at the sneeze stage to head off all colds Boxof 4825c Pennys Drug Store It has been estimated that tho eye- S of the average man open and close no fewer than 4000000 times each year HON HARVEY HELM Our present past and future Congrcnemnn who will windup his campaign in n speech in Stanford Monday nfternoon bcginning at 130 P M- Thanksgiving I a y will be here with its usual RAIN and 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 j f fi i jIi Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Goods Gilberts Creek The Interior Journal Eo Co WALTON H G WINGATE of Dole la n candidate for Stnto Senator subject to the ronventloni called for Nov 17 and 10IWLMCARTY Is candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action o the democratic party M S BAUGHMAN- Is n candidate for Hherlff of Lincoln county abject to the nctlon of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party I M BRUCE countsnbjeotparty JAMES Co HAYS countsableotparty DINK FARMER Ii candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party O C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Democraticty subject to the action of the party J W FOLEY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the democratic party J A DUDDERAR ty Is n subject candidate to the foraction of tLincolnocrat c party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President William Jennings Bryan- of Nebraska t For Vice President John Worth Kern of Indiana For Congress HARVEY HELM- of Lincoln county For County JudO John Sam Owsley Jr ForJallet- ROBERT H COFFEY For Magistrate JAMES MKECHNIE a NEXT Tuesday is election day Of course you are aware of that fact but we want to remind you that you have a duty to perform and that you must per form It It will be the most important election in years and your vote Is necessary to make democratic supremacy certain Vote in the circle under the rooster early Tuesday morning and spend thebalance of the day seeing that your friends and neighbors do likeniseA single stamp in the circle under the game cock means a vote fcr Bryan Kern Helm Owsley and Coffey Then look at the bottom of your ballot and vote yes on tho court house proposition Bear in mind the democratic ticket will be found In the sec ond instead lot the first column this year Be certain to find the rooster be fore you vote TID BURTON one of the men under arrest in connectlonwith the Reclfoot Like Tenn outrage has made a com plete confession to the authorities in which he named 40 of the members of the band that killed Capt Rankin Rude masks were found on several prisoners We hope the last one of the scoundrels who took part in the horrible murder will feel the halter draw before another year is ushered in Gov Patterson Is to be congratulated on the firm stand he has taken and his acts show that the democrats of Tennessee made no mistake in nominating him for their chief executive another term i UNION county S C again voted for prohibition by about 300 majority out of 1500 votes cast During the past three years of prohibition the ar rests for drunkenness decreased per cent and property valuations in the county are said to have increased 2 000000 This item appeared in the CourierJournal How Mr Watterson must have pulled his hair and cussed when he found duch an admission in his wet paper Marae Henri has been paying too much attention to politics and not enough to the booze trust inter ests or the above would have been bluepenciled SENATOR LAFOLLETTE is a Republi can but he is more of a patriot than a party man Ho says that Cannon ought to be beaten for his disregard of constitutional methods and the way they are pouring money and orators in his die trict the Republican leaders evidently think he will be beaten TEDDY called a cabinet meeting Tues day but only two members were pres ent and nothing was done The other secretaries were out to prevent the election of William Jennings Bryan We shall see how effective their work was TilE CourierJournal is arguing itself unknown by speaking of Rev Andrew Johnson as Rev AndrewJohn The CJ should post itself IN a speech at TIpton Ind John W Kern the Democratic vice presidential nominee made the specific charge that 100000 of money largely contributed by trusts and combines was brought into Indiana last Sunday and passed through the hands of the State Board of Commissioners MR BRYAN says If the Republican party controlled the elements which give us bountiful crops there would be a trust on sunshine and a meter on the sun As it is it has provided a tariff that puts everything else nearly in the power of the trust Bas Faith In Bryan and Gives Rea sons for that Faith PINACLE POINT LINCOLN Co KY Will you grant space in your pure demo ocratic columns to introduce a few ar guments from a man in the mountains of Lincoln on the political question 1 Never in the history of tho American people has there been such a political battle as now I fear many of our com than people and the careless reader do not see the Truth We live In circles i e history repeats itself Before us is one of the most gigantic struggles over waged between the Old Federalists and true democracy The Federalists went down in 1816 as many thought never to rise again But like Rip Vanwinkle it was only sleeping to awake with greater vigor than over From 1860 until 1903 Fed eralism has prevailed The republican party stands for concentration of pow er for autocratic plutocratic and aris tocratic rule It protects the few and makes them rich and enslaves the many It ignores the right of a State tram ples the wish of the common people un der tho feet of those who rule The republican party today stands for tho doctrine of Hamilton John Adams De Witt Clinton and other leading Federalists who preached protection and centralization of power The lines never were so closely drawn in the history of our nation between the two great par ties as in the campaign of 1908 Let no one be deceived It is a fight to a finish Tho differences have never been so clear cut between the two parties as in this campaign There are 17 subjects in which we find eight agreeing Nine widely differ The republican platform in these nine have not one clear positive enun ciation except it be to praise the present plutocratic government It is evi dent to every clear headed unprejudiced reader that their object is to blind and deceive the common people while on the other hand the utterances in the democratic platform are bold daring and radical Any man with a thimble full of brains can comprehend what they mean And if ho be not a prejudiced man it seems to me he ought to see that the democratic party is the peoples party and the poor mans friend I am a prohibitionist as strong as Chafin Watkins or Carrie Nation Notwithstanding I am a democrat and Watterson nor the Louisville Post can drive me out of my home nor from the true principles so dear to me No sir I would hate to think that I would vote the prohibition ticket this time when we are in such a crisis Democratic principles must prevail this time and Federalism moat go down before it Dont ask me to throw away my vote when there is a possibility of placing a man in the highest oflico within the gift of the people of the United States a man who would reinstatn tho whisky canteen in the army and thus rob tho soldiers of their money and their brains Throwaway my vote when by so doing I may place a man at tho head of this great Protestant nation who denies that Jesus Christ is tho son of God Must I vote against the greatest purest and the best man our nation ever produced A man who has always and upon all oc casions uphold the Bible Throwaway my vote and by so doing possibly place a man in power who would recommend the elimination of the holy Bible from all our public schools and from the States for he stands for the old Federal doctrine No not I Listen to reason you prohibitionists of Kentucky Are you for a few rich men to rule all tho common people 1 Are you for the old Hamiltonian doc trine 7 If not then be wise waste not a vote for the fight is on and the rich few will rule the many or tho many will rule all Your vote against W J Bryan may be the one he needed and so you throw it away and elect a man who defends the canteen and denies the Bible Do not think I am an old croak er away up here inthe knobs of Lin coln county I prophesy that the crisis is on us The claims of the common people will prevail or forever go down in defeat If we fall this time autoc racy plutocracy and aristocracy will have us unhorsed forever- I appeal to the socialists populists the independent party and all other friends of the common people to weigh your actions well think seriously con scientiously before you voto against William Jennings Bryan who is today your best friend Say voter do you want to continue the high protection of the republican party and enrich the few and enslave the many If not mako your vote count one Now Mr Editor this article is at sayjustrepublicans say W J Bryan wrote ev l ery word of the platform of 1908 Es peel ally the Louisville Post and makes capital out of the fact that it is a Bryan platform Then they all try to provo him a fool Now sir I have this to say If he wrote every word of tho 1908 platform then he is the wisest man that the world has ever produced for there is not another man living or dead who could produce one better If he produced all that is expressed in this platform no honest democrat can dare vote against him for it ia tho clearest enunciation of democrotlc prin ciples ever before seen It is tho pure unadulterated Jeffersonian doctrine doubly distilled- I am not a native of Lincoln county but thank heaven I have been hero long enough to have a vote for William Jennings Bryan ROLYAT REKRAB HUSTONVILLE Will Pea vy house has gono to Atlanta to take a civil service examination for a position in the Navy Ira Cox 18 son of Dr Cox who lives near Powars Casey county shot and killed Ed Cunningham Saturday near Alstotts store George Downey who lives in Casey county was thrown from his horse Sat urday and sustained a broken wrist and several bruises- Delightfully appetizing refreshments will bo served by the ladies of the Chris tian church on election day Patronize them and you will bo happy In knowing that you have helped tho cause of the MasterMr Mrs Frank Vaughn have returned from a visit to Dr Herri n at Liberty Misses Sallee and Yancey teachers In our graded school gave the pupils of their respective rooms a delightful picnic Saturday All parties who subscribed amounts to assist in purchasing the Vocallon now being used in the Christian church are requested to pay same to Miss Melle Hopper who is secretary and treasurer of the organization Marshall Powell 74 years old ana tive of tho West End of this county died at his home in Southerland Mo of typhoid fever lie lived hero many years and has numerous relatives and friends who will remember his substan tial kindnesses on many occasions Great improvement has already been made in the song service at the Chris tian church Some special selections with contralto and duet will be rendered at Sundays service morning and evening All are invited Rev Willis and wife of Kirksvillc Mo have arrived to assist in the service Mrs Willis nee Bennett was formerly a resident of our city and has many miring friends here Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Groom the widely known proprietor of the Groom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several months I suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to havo its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I be gan taking it and three bottles affect ed a complete cure Ij The fame bf this life saving coughs and cold remedy and lung and throat healer Is world wide Sold at Pennys Drug Store 50c and 31 Trial bottle free Eczemais Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops Itching instantly and destroy the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly yields and it permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug St- oroINSURANCE fin Lightning WI1dRtorDaLife and Accident but and 3JCST Companies Represented Lowest Pos ilble Rates Guaranteed Loss Paying Rec ire Unequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 PUBLIC SALE of Farm Stock Crops and farming Implements I will sell at public auction on the Ben nett Uloyd farmlyndlesfrom Hustonvllle on THURSDAY NOV 17 IMS Beginning at 030 A the following de scribed property One work mules 6 eara old and good workers 40 head of cat tie weighing about or goo pounds If not sold before of sale two milk cower lot of hogs 76 head of nice sheep about bales of hay I mowing machine McUormunk self binder I Lightning Hoy Tress bar walonharnesscutUngboXkite furniture thlnKI too numer ous to mention Terms made known onday of Tale N HBIHHOl1 Moruland Ky PUBLIC SALE hOU5EkoelInKmiles Host of Rowland on FRIDAY NOV CTH 100 shocks ofcorn In Held M shocks of sor oneIn1suckling colt and one horse mllkcowa gyearllng mulls fat hogs topbuckbonrd1wagon ImrncsxUBuU plow harness and nil farming Implement Householdgoodscook store extension table tdllhBnflIlId other things too tedious to mention also bed ding chairs sewing machine carpets and postsTKRMHlover that amount a credit of Binonths Note with goal security and bearing 0 per cent Interest will bo required of the purchaser Sale will begin st 0 A I R DIBHON Rowland- J P Chandler Auctioneer BUILDING LOTS I have for sole eight nice building lots in Moreland Ky They are level and situated near tho For particulars see Ale Slinks Moreland Ky Good Farm For Sale I desire to privately100acro farm a H miles Bouthonst of Hustonvllle It Is nil hnproedon easy payment For further particulars write to or call on C T lk hon Ky The Truth Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis case can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All duregists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE McKINNEY MARilEft GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments KIrstOIass Work at Reasonable Prices Ofllco and Works McKlnney Ky Hhop closed on Saturday Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form Pf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W tose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Good Farm For Rent I desire to rent for my farm of Ire acres In the town limits of Crab Orchard 40or Mncresnraln timothy meadow The land IIln splendid condition Large brick house of eight rooms mind out hours ROOt and numerous Ilcnty of water Write or call on James r Iloldam Stanford Ky When Ordering Clothes have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlcnce Then your clothes whether low price business suit or the durst evening clothes will have that Individuality ami nt which plainly Indicate they wero made to your intmuro I will also take your meAl ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats anti overcoats Fall and Winter sam Pica on hand ready for your Inspection HO UUlLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Adorinas FoxIs handsome rll young Jersey Hull de Kcended from n and unbroken line of the mast noted hulls und cows on the Is land of Jersey Knglnml and America Ills sire Is ono of hulls over Imported n ml his darn Is n show cow that p ands of rich milk In one day If you lIeu Like begets Like or the Ilkenet of some Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avaIL yourself of bis ser vice He will lie allowed to serve n limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for n fee of cow uebred engagement before tending to hU I l 0 0TIJ1t Telephone 80 Stanford Ky N nire hove to offer tbte extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices n XTRAGOOD CLOTHES FOR Jon Edethcimer Stein Co Makers CERES the boys overcoat for which most parents have indicated a prefer ence Its the newest style a mighty sensi ble coat best protec tion from the cold Yoyll find the ones we are selling have the Xtra gooD label only store in town representing this make Its standard everywhere If you fail to get it youll probably have occasion to wish you had Weve a good assortment of this style In the best patterns for ages 7 to 16 Other styles if t preferFOR SALE BY He Je McROBERTS ruwnr kx I UMDER1VLRThe must change our clothing to suit the season We are especially well fixed this time in Un derwearThe Royal Silk Plus is unquestionably the best Underwear on the market rtoday Never fadesnever draws up medium weight but WARMER than anything else In shirts and drawers at 150 the gar ment WRIGHTS WOOL FLEECED is the standard Everybody knows it The wool a little softer and weight a little heavier than other makes Shirts and Drawers at 1 the garment COOPERS WRIGHTS balbrigan Shirts and Drawers Just the thing for those who do not like heavy Underwear Soft and pleasant the garment UNION SUITS soft warm balbrigan at 1 and 2 the suit Of course the cheaper grades 50c stuff we all have Some buy LIGHTER WEIGHTS and sell them a little less than 50c butthey are LIGHTER WEIGHTS AND POORLY MADE Boys Union Suits 4 to 15 t years good ones for 50c the suit H J McJROBBRTS i STANFORD KENTUCKY The Emporium ijustonville Havo now their Fall stock complete for your inspection Our Millinery Surpasses all Former Efforts J ever Attempted in Hustonville Our prices always conservative Sea our Tailored Gowns new and pretty Wo have just introduced this line Ladies Skirt our Fall lino of Clonk Ladies Misses and Children you will find to be money savers to you Shoe took now complete Wo have handled the Sterling Shoo for years to our satisfaction and to the trade Try a pair anti be convinced Every dqwrt mont in now complete and ready for your inspection Yours for fair ex change CHAS WHEELERHUSTONVILLE KY BeechNut Brand I Once tried always oeanstCranberry Sauce Sliced Jelly Pineapple the beet lino on tho market GEORGE H FARRIS Save The Difference j By getting a 10 Per Cent CASH DIS COUNT on HARDWARE beginning Nov 1st Lastingr10 Days Geo D Hopper Stanford Ky The Interior Journal STANFORD KY OCT 30 190 8i NEW assortment of local view post cards at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Miss MARIA WARREN continues vcr illsMRS MARK HARDIN Is at Olympian Springs i Mrt J S HOCKER went to Middles boro yesterday Miss KIT HUFFMAN of Louisville is with friends hero MRS Jolty J MCHOBERTB In visIting i Richmond relatives 4Mre Mary McCowan aged 63 died at Eubanks of consumption Mns W II relatlvcslln Madison countyIMR T S STARLINO son to attend tho MR WAYNE WARDEN of Atlan- Ga was horo to sea a mighty pretty girlMIss SUSIE THOMPSON of Mt Vcr non is with her lister Mrs Logan R HURllM MRS L U HILTON attended tho bur lal in Itockcastlo of her aunt Mrs Nan nie C Albright MESDAMES J D MERSIION and A C aro visiting Mr John Walter and family at Lancaster Mil A C CARMAN and family havo rented rooms at Mrs Laura Hundleys and will move to town MRS W P GRIMES and son Joo went to Middlcsboro yesterday to visit her brother Mr S W Givens MESDAMES W II WEAREN and S M Sautley went up to Middlcsboro Wednesday to visit Mrs W N Craig MISSES SARA DUNN and Bcrta Jean Ienny very delightfully entertained n number of their friends at cards Tuesday evening at tho homo of Mr and Mrs G L Penny An elegant luncheon of several courses was beauti fully served and an evening of social t enjoyment was given those present bY tho charming hostesses ONEof tho rcgrctable features of tho 1oloso of tho campaign to us is that we lose Mr George L Willis lion Harvey Helms cfllclent private secre t tary who has been hero some six weeks attending to Mr Helms extensive correspondence Ho will go homo to voto Monday probably will not return Wo have enjoyed sojourn hero and hopo ho will como again I LOCALS GET Singletons prices on stoves FOUND a small Masonic button Thia olllco MORE of that goodndy receiv ed at Ferris I AM paying 20e for eggs H 0 Northcott Stanford a FOR SALEA two horae power gas ollno engine This office BOYS suits In new patterns just re ceived Cummins Wearen NEW lino of lap robes and horse blankets just in J C McClary GET your ticket to hear tho election returns from J S Rico Only eta FOR SALETwo rolling top desks Will sell either or both at a bargain Jesse D Wcarcn TUB Journal says thero are 19 cases of smallpox in Somerset and urges everybody to got vaccinated MY green house is In fine condition and am prepared to store your flowers for tho winter Ed Hubbard 4t Tim creamery hero Is ono of tho few that Is in operation Good men aro at tho head of It and it is proving a suc cessful enterprise Tim affairs of tho county have been well looked after by County Judge Owe t ley Let tho good work continuo by electing him for another year AFTER 33 years of successful mer chandising at Waynesburg L G Gooch Son havo sold their stock of goods to somo Tennessee parties whoso names wo did not learn- ATTENTION FARMERS 10 per cent discount on every thing In hardware beginning Nov 1st and lasting 10 days Now Is your chanco tosavo tho difference Geo D Hopper +GUESSES on Bryan an Kern major I ity in Lincoln county are coming in from many States and counties 34 bUej ing received Wednesday Uso the coupon in this issue and youll get a chanco at that ten dollar bill JUDO M C SAUFLEY will speak at Richmond Monday afternoon and tho peoplo of Madison may expect some thing good Senator McCreary was to havo spoken but death has entered his homo since tho appointment was mado and of course ho will not speak f WHICH do you think tho moro capa cbloof filling the important office of county judge Judge J S Owsley or Mr Russell Dillion Is thero any com paris on We think not and believe tho I voters will agree with us and elect the present Incumbent by a handsome ma jority LET me insure your tobacco W A Trlhble FOR SALE 1UO bushels of potatoes C L Henslcy Kingsville Ky LARGE and well selected line of lap covers just received E T Pence Cal see them land M S BAUQIIMAN had ono of hi painfully hurt while unloading gasoline engine at the depot Gov wasbilled to speak Waltons Opera Huuao last night an the prospect for a big crowd was good ISEE tho splendid Webberwagon o solo at Coffey Bishops store More land Best farm and road wage made FOR SALES II AMridgo cottage thI Hughes Stanford Ky TilE ladles of the Moreland Union church will an Ice cream r Proceedtago to tho benefit of church MT XENIA Hons W H Shanks nndTJ Hill will speak at Mt Xcnia Friday night Oct 30 at 730 Every body ia invited to hear them POSITIVELY no hunting or trespassing allowed on my farm Thoso doing so will be prosecuted to tho full extent of tho law Mrs R L Williams Hue tonville Ky Toe bill boards In town belonging to us are under tho control of H J Mc Roberta and the public will pleaso no post any bills on them J E Frank Advertising Co A CHIMNEY on the residence of Mrs Charlotte L Warren was discovered 6n fire Wednesday morning Tho fire de pattment came quickly to tho seen but tho fire had been extinguished be fore its arrival The damage was very slight of puIb tic auction on Saturday week Nov 7 After the sale ho will move his family to Hustonvillo and engage in stock trading Wo regret his removal from Stanford but are glad he will not leave the county To THE TAX P of LINCOLN COUNTY Tho law as fixed by the last legislature changes the dato of the penalty on your taxes from November to December and all parties who fall to pay their tax before tho first day of December will be required to pay a pen alty thereon of C per cent Pay up and save the penalty T J sheriff Tilt Ladies Aid Society of the Christ ian church at Junction City will give a box supper und Halloween party at the Maccabeo Hall tonight Friday Oct 30 Fortune telling potato racing ghost walking etc will bo tho pro gram for tho evening A jolly good time with your supper is promised fo 15 cents Dont fall to go and tak your friends Louis WillTT writes from Stroud Okla that crops are short thoro on ac count of too much rain Ho says tho lowlands aro now covered with onto- and that many crops that had not gathered havo been washed away Bry an and Kern will make a clean sweep in Oklahoma ho adds Mr Whlttcn closed 1 to pay for his I J to Dec 1909 and also a guess on Bryan and Kerns majority in this county CONGRESSMAN HARVEY HELM Is log gallant work for democracy In th campaign He has spoken all over the district day after day and will contin uo to do so until election day If speeches aro able earnest and effectiv- and aro doing much good Mr Helm has emphasized his claim upon the demo ocratic voters for their loyal and en thusiastic support and he should have it to a man Harrodsburg Democrat RAINES SwimRaines died at her home on East Main street Tuesday morning after a lingering Illness which begun with grip over a year ago Tho burial took place in Buffalo ctimctery Wednesday afternoon after funeral ser vices at the home at 230 by Rev J Murray Taylor Deceased was a de vout member of tho Baptist church and a good woman In every sense of tho word A husband and several children all grown are left to feel tho loss of a model wife and an affectionate and dulgent mothe- rALnnIcIITM Nannie Catherine Albright aged 64 died at her Mt vcr non homo at 930 Tuesday morning after an illness of six weeks of cancer of tho stomach Tho funeral occurred at tho Christian church of which denom ination she was a consistent member Wednesday morning at 9 oclock and burial followed in Marotburg cemetery by tho side of her husband John C AI ICraveI17 years wero dren William L and Edgar Albright William died 16 years ago and is burled by his father Edger S the only remaining ono of the family Is editor of tbo Mt Vcrnon Signal and ono of Rock castles best citizens Mrs Albright was a member of tho order of Ladies of tho Maccabees a most excellent Christian lady and very popular Gov BECKIIAM and lion J Morgan Chinn spoke to an immense crowd at Liberty Wednesday CAPT D II G ENis speaking nightly for tile democratic ticket in Lexington and Fayctto county His HIGHNESS Gov Augustus E yesBilcanlln that good city MRS S TATEMto Inthenew build withdnotions Call and see her 11TilE democratic ticket will bo found In tho second column of tho ballot this year The republicans got first place by Kentucky playing the devil lust year FOR SALEA reliable horse one that will work any where perfectly safe for women and school children to drive Will guarantee his qualities W B Jarvis Cedar Creek eFoR tENT Cottogo with cistern at door largo garden and necessary out buildings Storo house well located with good pasture for horse and cow and a never failing well one fourth mile from church and school Mrs W P Bradshaw Turneraville Ky TUB announcement of Mr II G Wingate of Boyle for the democratic nomination for State Senator appears elsewhere Mr Wingate is a clever gentleman a substantial citizen and a democrat without spot or blemish If nominated and elected wo believe hot repIIT Is a commentary white voter that ho oftener destroys his own ballot than does tho colored brother who Is supposed not to be so intelligent ItTho reason of this is twofold The white voter thinks ho knows it all sometimes attempts to scratch and usually succeeds in rendering his ballot worthless Tho colored brother Is drill ed In a sort of kindergarten heW by the white leaders of his party and told to stamp only under tho log cabin This ho generally dote and his vote counts If Democrats would be as partisan and stamp only under tho rooster there would be no trouble about his vote It is only when ho tries to scratch that he gets in bad Tho safest way is to stamp in tho circle under tho game cock and let him do tho scratching for youI MATRIMONIAL IW II Williams formerly of Mt was married at Frankfort to Miss Lucy Gammon Friends hero have received invita tone to tho marriage at Kansas City of Miss Christine Evans the beautiful daughter of Mrs Henry W Evans to Dr A Comingo GrifTh on Nov 11 Tho brido is related ti Mr II C Farris and family of this placer At tho hospitable and pretty country ChancelsDlor at high noon Wednesday their charming daughter Miss Ophelia Chan cellor was married to Mr James Wes ley Williams The ceremony which was an exceedingly pretty ono was said Rev T W Barker of tho Metho rndiet church Mr Robert T Bruce and Mr George E Chancellor tho latter of Cincinnati preceded tho happy pairand stood with them during tho ceremony Mss Sue Taylor Englcman played most exquisitely Mendelssohns Wedding March and during the ceremony render ed Falling Leaves The bride who Is a andivery popular wore a becoming ing suit of bluo and carried a huge theaandbeautyoThe groom a wealthy young with a host of friends wore a suit of black After tho ceremony tho odd guests were invited to tho dining room where an elegant breakfast was served in courses It was a toothsome repast beautiful in Its every appointment The parlor and dining room were tastily do corated with cut lowers smilax and other evergreens and the alcove where the bridal party stood was a veritable sea of flowers The occasion was alto gather a most happy one and each per son present was made to feel that it was good to be in the Chancellor homo The popularity of tho now Mr and Mrs Williams was to some extent shown by tho number of wedding gifts they received A short whllo after 1 oclock the bridal party and a number of friends drove to Rowland whero Mr Williams and his pretty bride took the train for a bridal tour of a week or so On their return they will make Stanford their homo and thero the best wishes oftheir legion of friends will always bo with them IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Joseph McGran aged C7 Is dead at Nicholasville ExCongressman Gilbert will speak at Harrodsburg Monday Jack Watson aged 85 Is dead in tho Cane Valley section of Adair Alec Walker bought tho W 0 Brads ley home at Lancaster for 1000IBert F Bandy formerly of Perry ville died of heart trouble at Brocton IIIAt Jamestown Henry McGowan was liven a life sentence for killing Lozler Dunbar Central University defeated Chatta nooga 34 too at loot ball In Chatta nooga Tuesday There will bo an automobile line established this week between Burniidi and Monticello J Will Hutchison a wellknown and prosperous farmer of Harrison county suicideI forces won In three county elections in Ohio putting 118 saloons out of business Forest fires are raging in the knobs near Perryville and tho residents ot that section have been compelled to call- for assistance in fighting them Tho Democrats at tho national headquarters at Chicago grow more Ope timistic as the election day draws near Bryan continues to gain heavily In every State CHURCH MATTERS The Christian church at Nicholas vllli Has extended a unanimous call to Elder W S Irvin of Flemingsburg to preach for the church for the year 1909 Dr W C Morro of Lexington will deliver at the Christian church Sunday morning the address ho mado to the State Convention at Hopkinsvillo some weeks ago- Subject at the Methodist church Sun day morning Christ the Living Gos pel and tho Living Law Epworth League service at 615 r M conducted by Mrs Rancy Fourth lecture from Christs sermon on the Mount at 715 p M The Womens Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist church will spend approximately 700000 for mis aionary work in foreign lands the com ing year This was decided upon at a meeting of tho secretaries of the sev enteen branches of the society held in Cincinnati Monday The amount to be spent in the coming year is 25 000 moro than was spent last year when 675000 was approximated for the work Rev Walter G Harbin the Southern evangelist and his singer Rev Gueis TheyhadMiss and have just closed u meeting at Port Gibson with over 200 conver alone 40 family altars erected 80 mem bore to the church and six young men called to preach tho gospel as a result of their meeting These gentlemen will hold a union meeting at the Metho dist church Stanford Ky beginning about Dec 1s- tMASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 60 F t A M will meet In tinted communication on each nm and third Monday night or each month at 730 oclock In their hull on Main street Htnn ION Ky Member of sister lodges are Ira PennyWMT FARM FOR SALE I grnulandtho HUnforU pike Improvements and Fencing good plenty of water and fruit Alto 123 acres of tlmU rvd land ono mile Holt or McKlnne uDder fence plenty growingcrop1oIcKlnntI PUBLIC SALE I I will salt at public auction at my home on- rue Homcrsut pike the Jumps P Unlley property beginning at 10 oclock x 8ATUIWA NOV 711108 ny entire lot of household and kitchen furs mure Including torero bed room sail folding bed lot of carpets as good in new cook Stove heating stoves etc Alton sacs hogtopant lot of Plymouth Hock chickens Terms nude known on day of sale JOHN LUTES Stanford Ky Heart Strength NerveStrengthlovely not one weak heart In a hundred U In U ahIddenNemslmplgoverningstrengthto fail the stomach and kidneys ale hart UJIImJ controlling nerves DrShoopfor week and aUinj Heart Dr tint sought papllAtlnJrIu1atInpopular preacrfptlooII alone directed to those hulJdallCstlll1lrthenllltIf you would have strong harts strong dU rMitabllahibem hr Shoops RestorativePENNYS DRUG STORE tI8 II SGQ 0 IcR IaZ fofac E o 2J C en 8p ll8 g 0 8 Q t1 rn oJ This is a picture of one of our swell that has just t come in suitsIa Material is herringbone diagonal Colors Black orNavy Trimming Satin band and SatinButtons 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 t++ + + t4+tttt F4tt + 4+ SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY IKlllmuooIAMERICAN BEAUTY Situ 223 Corset Co Makers t We wish to call your special attention to our new line of j American Beauty Corsets Tho latest styles in long hip and medium the latest styles in Belts Pocketbooks Collars Center Pieces Dank Combs and Burettes and lots of other now goods too numerous to mention Come see and bo TRIBBLE vlnced IUC H3 canI When You Are Ready to Select Your Suit I Try A TifneldmanOf 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 goodsiof equal merit Nobby shades of brown and olive with stripes Every thing =that is correct will be r found in our assortmentQPrices f 750 to 2O W E Perkins Crab Orchard y r y The Interior Journal akredM the Pot Ofce Stanford at ueondclau tnaue- rpLl8UaD TUMDATS AMD FRHU- YBjoo AT PER YEAR CASH IWWhen Dot so paid i2oo will be charged L Si N TIME THBLE NO South 1121 PM xINoWNorthI19 P K JOS S RICE Agent B D CARTER e New Liverv Depot StrootPhono 96t 5TANFORDKENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Oar the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing my taro day or night or InJury to Ilock In traveling the pu- DMndsofotherpeople ho Thtearewardtreferi to- JlMt present and I alcloffer a upe- Isl reward of iO for particulars see me I oleo offer two peclal of iO andI tlOOeach J a Carpenter d AS PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owaley Building George B Pruitts reduced prices will continue until Oct 15 G B Pruitt Moreland A Friend In Ted Is A Frien Indeed IFpr Insurance on Farm Property in eluding Tobacco Barns talk with Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Blue Grass Farm For Sale 1 desire to sell privately my splendid Blue inWestNorth of MoKnnev Farm lie on tike as well us on the Q tO Ilnllroad Is miles from llustonvile and a mites from tbe county seat Form Is well improved and has all necessary buildings fenced and an abundance of water Convenient to schools and churches and elpeclnlly convenient for traders and RTJncoln Btootthe crop shows for Itself W acres are wheat this For further particulars address or coll onJH M OWENH McKinney Ky JLBeazleyCo II I feet my ers and UndertaKers and Embalm case en Also Dealers in Fur ijrillall Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary bad as all ed Ga Undertaker Embalm ar and- DealerInHarnessSaddIery II two my STANFORD KY I e e Paoae18T HomoJPhone 25c r Resolutions Passed by tile Demo cratic Senatorial Committee of the 18th District Do It resolved by the democratic county chairmen of Lincoln Boyle Casey and Garrard counties composing the 18th Senatorial district of Ken tucky that a call be issued by the Democratic Senatorial Committee of the 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky for a mass convention to be held at the ra t spectivo county seats of several coun ties in said district on the 17th day of November 1908 at tho hour of 2 P M on said date for the purposoof select ing delegates from said counties to at tend a district convention to be held at Liberty Casey county Ky on the 19th day of November 1908 at which Senaj tonal district convention there 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 tho said several counties in said 18th district shall boas follows One delegate for each 200 votes cast for thedem- ocratic nominee for president in the election of 1904 or fractional part of said 200 votes and Be it further resolved That in pursuance of said basis of j Lincoln shall Ifbecounty 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 be come of ago 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 beheld in said counties Bo it further resolved That the delegates selected from the several counties to attend the Senates rial 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 Conventio- nJ J F HOLDAM Chmn CIIAS F MONTGOMERY Secy FARMERS DEPARTMENT George Logan U delivering corn in town at 3FOR SALE300 shocks of corn J L Jarvis Saufley C C Carpenter sold to Pembertcn Bros of Hardin county a threeyear old gelding for 250 William McCormack sold to the Ken ttucky Supply Co at Danville 400 bar rels of corn at 2 75 Morgan Arnold shipped 123 head of hogs to Louisville and got 550 per hundred for them They averaged 180 poundsAdvocate Kentucky horses were again dom ant at the St Louis Horse Show the first tringMorrison of Iowa bought a jack of iBoyleat 450 and three of B B King 650 A Jewelers Experience C R Kluger Tho Jeweler 1060 Vlr ginta Ave Indianapolis Ind writes was so weak from kidney trouble that I could hardly walk a hundred Four bottles of Foleys Kidney mRemedy cleared my complexion cured backache and tho irregularities disappeared and I can now attend to business every day and recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy to all suffer as It cured me after tho doctors iother remedies had failed New Stanford Drug Co FedCartersville Ga evangelist and son law of the late Sam P Jones charg with using profane obscene and language presence of a femaleobWhere Bullets Flow David Parker of Fayetto N Yf a veteran of the civil war who lost afoot at Gettysburg says The good Electric Bitters have done is worth 81Icase of stomach trouble to little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me I now take them year a tonic and they keep me strong and well50c at Pennys Drug Store Prominent colored Methodists from over the country have verbally clos a deal with the owners of the Good Lexingtonschool patterned after Booker Wash ingtons Tuskegee institution Would Mortgage the Farm- A Farmer on Rural Route Empire W A Floyd by name says Bucklend Arnica Salvo cured the worst sores I over saw ono on hand ahd one on my leg It Is worth more than Its weight in gold would not be without it if I had to mortgage the farm to get It Only at Pennys Drug Store 1Married Man In Trouble- A married man who permits any member of the family to take anything except Foleys Honey and Tar for cough colds and lung trouble is guilty of neglect Nothing oleo is as good for all pulmonary troubles The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar con tains no opiates and is In a yellow package New Stanford Drug Co S Albert Miller aged 65 fell dead af tel being informed that Tom Johnson of Cleveland had lost his traction fran chise IA pain prescription Is printed upon each 25o box of Dr Shoopa Pink Pain Tablets Ask your Doctor o Druggist if this formula is not com painsIpl a Pink Pain Tablet Pennys Drug Store NOTICE I will dress hides for robes with hair on and will tan hides for leather on shares Will also pay market price tor hides Char lee Knsslln Ottenhelui Ky Write It V OIVnynciburg No1 0 POSTEDwhose names appear below strictly torbld hunting asking or any kind ot fuss passing on our places und will prosecute vi to the full extent of the law PopplesMrsSunpaonBros Tlnsley Hpoonnmon lien Mnrtln Ml Lawrence Reuben Curtis JB llocker J M PettuscT A lUce Amandt HchueRer Green Kerrlll J L lloltzclaw 11V lUsty Mrs J K 1ulllum U L Iulllam Mrs Katherine Ador lesserArnxion Ashley Oliunnou James NCab J NovlnOarter Ct hack Joseph Uallou- M U Mrs Jas llalnes J IlOaraentsch Ur JO Carpenter Mrs Rebecca nOarpollter 1V P Martin ThompsonThomasDavid Burton J It Hunch MO Richardson Joseph ErntiMiss Mettle lie we Fred Vonuruongnn It K Canes Albert VonOrueugan AT Tray lor Lllburn Qooch N IL1lummerdFred Uaumann kunnelleyWvJ U JonI J llnuahmnn J Ilruce J O Hpratt WlIIlIKDe11IJbbnuamenischwmCordlor Dan TraTlor M D Klmoro MrsN llOoode O ETate David Htevens John Juror 0 Durham W O Hout lotllbOllck Fred Handorf Adeline Oralg Christian Jacob JJThompson M Anderson J K Mo er Mr and Mrs Jas Ends A Kllxiin Ito NJ Horton MrGeoLognnStnW H Frank Corner ltev Father O DrOO Perry nallgblllonUrSahMrs Margaret hooch Jacob leo C sirens W II TraylorcHans Roberts John Amend Schaefer Notice of Election I UwsteyJrlresidlngwith Justlecs of the Peace O n Ad JIIcKeoIt was moved by Justice W M Duddnrnr and seconded by Jtutlco Jnnio McKectinlu that the following notion III taken tpy this court lury Of Lincoln cOUllt at tu February term Ifcxj of tbe Lincoln circuit court haying recommended a nw court house for Lincoln county and It nix waring to tbo intKfactlon of tbl court that andInadeQulltothe preservation of records It U ordered and adjudged that the mm of Thir ty eve 33WUCU thousand dollnri be tug newrelector be held and a poll opened at the several voting precIncts In Lincoln county on Tucidny November a liKHthvdny of the subndiledto ofJl1I011lelection for at spat thirty w day next IlaranlnnJougxunewspaper paper Iubllshlllin Lincoln und the lra of said election are directed to tooltl the election between the same hours that they are required to hold election tor county olllcetn which election thall bo and lid conducted In all respects as required by the general election laws In force In Ibll Btutent tbe time the sumo Is held The clerk of the Lincoln county court oaiclallulotsa and Iliiurei Are you In favor of an alo forbuildngunewcourthousetor Lincoln dollars county and have two spaces upon tho right of snmconu for voters favoring tbe ipproprlalton to bedealgnatnl by the word ycsanti one for voters tbe ap propriation to be designated by the No and said clerk shall prepare said onlI loft In all other respects as required by seo lion Hi of the Kentucky Htalutrs In the event tint the requisite number of legal voters ol Lincoln county vote In favor of aid appropriation It Is ordered that thl ourt cause the bonds ol Lincoln county to tbe amount of thirty live thousand dollars to Iw prepared executed and lulled on irlnted forms under time seal of the county o be signed by the presiding Judge of the liicolu county court and counter signed by the clerk of said court payable to tour er at Lincoln County National llnnk of Stanford Ky which land shall not hear a greeter rate of Interest thou four K i er tent 1 able Mintannually nt Lincoln County National Rank of Ky ond Interest coupon shall lie Mtnrhtsl to said bonds signed by the clerk ofthe I- tcolncounty court said bonds sbnll tMlssucd n three series to wit Series A Herles and Htrlel 0Scales A embracing ten thousand dollars of said lands she- onsist of S lapis for tbe sum of rive hun ied 10 dollars eoch and numbered to2oSerloa H embracing ton house dollars of sold bonds shall consist of bonds for the suns of five hundred dollars each and numbered from II to nod W ties 0 embracing fifteen thousand dol tars of said bonds shall consist of bonds of live hundred dollars each and number ed from to TU The lands embraced In tenet A shall bo redeemable at time pleas ure of tho court In and after Hven years from the date of their Issue and shelf due and payable 10 years from snld datr a tho bomb omhmMlln series It shell lie redeemable at the pleasure oll4e court on and after 10 years from the date ot ibnr Issue and dun end IS years from sehidotonnAlhetandtembrecarlln he terles O11m11 bo redeemable at the pleasure of the court on and per years from t be date of their Issue and due end payable Si years Iron the said date which lands shall not beer a greater rate of Interest than four fJlncolIIOountlad rest coupons shall attached to SRl- dbonltlllgnill by the clerk of tie Limot- ounty courtAttest nI011 filOPKIl Clark I room Brushes II MDi If you want a Tooth Brush that will give perfect satisfaction try Weiof our 25c Guaranteed Brushes have all sizes and shapes mmmPENNYS DRUG STORE mStanford Kentucky m emoval Sale of Monuments Having outgrown our present quarters ou North Broadway we are = liged to seek a new location To avoid tho great expense and risk of taking down loading hauling and resetting io the rely show room we propose erecting we offer tho largest as sortment of Cemetery work ever assembled in Central Kentucky Monuments 128 Headstones 85 Markers- at most attractive prices Persons who may wish to purchase later in thJcould order now and have their work reserved for future delivery Wm Adams 8l Son142 North Broodway Lexington Ky J THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY = IS BY If LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY Tl LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOKPOMTCO liflJll We now have and ready for your inspec tion the swellest line of Mens Shoes in the inPatentsInWateraffordsCallSHIM ROBINSON STANFORD KY The Wayesburg Deposit Bank f INCORPORATED Kyi Surplus Fund 200 00 Resources over 1200000 youYourPaying hills by Cuncic is the SlMiLBST SArMST AND MOST CoNVENiaNT MKTHOD and your cheeks beoomoa a revolpt for pQRho debt it pays U gives you a Iblttjlr standing in the corn inanity especially among basins men to pay by ohealc rather tlwn In cash To be known IU having money In the bunk strengthens ones orwdlt Our aim is to make this the Peoples Bank systematic saving pays A dspoilt account oneoaragM saving This bunk re selves deposit from up Dealing with all customers are always confidential arid this bank Is always ready to assist and advise Wo aro Interested In the development of this oounlry and make a specialty of taking caroof farmers accounts Call In to seo us when In town Wo youOFFICKIISL M B Wlwcldon lit SLanloylkintoshDIKKCTOnsDr J W Acton 1U Curtis Dr A K Cult well C C Gooch n H Singleton J W Wheeldon O W Leach Sr ICha e Sanborns Coffee Has No IEqual Try It OQQQQQQQ WeH HIGGINSJ T r t flirst 9lational tank Stanford dig Organized JSS2 Capital 3toet Iso OOO Suruand WnttioMttt Profit S9OOO as paid tn Dividends snoa Organization J2t500 fnoite 7fftv jfcoounts on Our W rill OFFICERS DIRECTORS S Hooker President F Reid J H Baughman S T Harris VlcoPresIdcntM D Elmore J M Petius CashierS U Daughman J F Cummins RobinsonHWWSaundertBookkeeper C E Tate you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on meJw B McRoberts t DRUCOIS1 i STANFORD